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Ur. Tel Harris, of Maxtoa, R. F. ».
Mow 4, urea a Lauriaburg visitor Mon
Attorney W H. Weather spoon spent
Thursday ia Raleigh on professional
Mrs. W. D. James. Jr., has retained
from New York, where the spent the
Christmas holidays with relatives.
A moot Interesting message from
“Aunt Becky” was received too late
for nee fai this Issue. Same win ap
pear ia our next leans
Rev. J. L. Fairly, who spent the peat
week here visiting his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Angus Fairly, has returned
to Us work at Faykttevtll*.
Master Marshal Prinoe happened to
the edafortuae Saturday to saffer hie
right arm broken. A kicking auto
mobile caused the trouble.
Mr. J. A. Patterson has sold Us in
terest ia the N. S. Blue Company atom
and trill travel this year. He sella
groceries.—Hoke County Journal.
Mr. 0. H. Reaaall accompanied Mrs.
Russell to the Hamlet Kopital on
Saturday where Mrs. Raaaetl under
went s slight operatise.
Kit* dan Marti*, of Wilmington,
who opent several days tba paat weak
with bar Motor, Mn. Cecil Sanford,
ratunad to tor torn Monday.
Mima One* aad Made Una Burk*,
of Pduabm, Va, airtvod In too city
last night aad an too attractive
guest# of Mn. W. D. Jam**, Jr.
Mn. U B. Brooks aad children, of
Lyadhont, are gaeats at tb* boato of
Mn. Brooks' parents, Mr. aad Mrs. J.
D. Sanford in North Leurlnborg.
Bor. J. H. Halt. Presiding ; Cider at
tb* Xocktogham Dtetrict, occupied toe
Methodist pulpit ton Sunday non
lag aad at CoMdnnIo Sunday after
Mrs. T. A. Congtaonhour. aad oca,
Thames, Jr, who have boon tb* gusote
of Mrs. Cnagheatimir'e pareste, Mr.
and Mn. N. Hammond, tor* return
ad to thair homo at Charlotte.
Mias Roberta' Coble, a member of
th* faculty *f the Klaaton estsoalo,
who baa been at boos* for tba paat
month, on1 account of illness, returned
tb Klaaton Saturday.
Dr. Kolly guaunoy, of Oa*t*n eoun
> formerly told a clerkship with
Store, ratunad to the
*’• The asst attraction booked far to*
Meat play touaa la Tba Greater New
;To*k An Star Minstrels. They ap
pear February Mb. aad an March tba
Va s egret to note the Ulneta of Mr.
John Maw, who ia oenftnod to to*
bom* bf bis mother, Mn. Bettio Shaw,
<m Church otioot. Mr. Show la suf
fertog^frota^ toe affects of a sorer*
^Oftaonhlp with Mr. W. B. Cherry,
who I* an expert at daop wall drilling.
Tb* Urns will da wall drilling on a
large seal*, aad will b* knows as
Maxwall A Cherry ,
. Wa an glad to aato that Mr. D. A.
McDoagaid. who was quite 11 far a
maob with that popular die****,
grippe, too euflrfeuily xacovatad to
affaire bf the Dim of M/A^cDoug
s • . l. •#
■ Mr. trmtt Cevi^tea tw >mg.
ed a position with the Bootland Sap.
pig Co, at Johns.
Mr. J, B. Maxwell has formed a
The Bostisk Mule Co, as will ho
soon ia thair pngs advertisement olse
whora hi this issue, ara going out of
the haroeie and vehicle business.
They will conduct an auction sals to
diapooo ai their large stock in this
has, oo Baturday. This does set
sssaa however that they are going oat
of the stock business.
The Exchange Is pleased to note
that Mr. and Mrs. Angus Ljrtch are
now nuking Lanrinburg their hone,
having Just moved in from the coun
try where they have lived since their
marriage. They ate occupying the
McOaachy home on West Church
street, which was recently vacated by
Mrs. S. M. McArthur, who it occupy
ing the boose recently vase ted by Mr.
and Mrs. E. B. Rudd.
Seat Dougl*i, colored, of Moore
county, in op before United States
Cosaiaiaatopar H. L- Outhria, on Sat
urday, charged with operating an il
licit distillery near Keyeer. After
bearing the evidence the commissi oe
er bound the defendant in a bond of
$U0 for hla appearance et the next
ter*) of the Federal court at Laaiin
barg. I x-Judge W. H. Neal, of Laa
rtnbwrg, represented the dcfradanU
Laurie burg's new Are track has
been reeeived end hna every appear
ance of being an up-to-date and ooas
plets one. With thin added to ear
firs fighting facilities and with the
greeter eaaoaat of water with whlah
to de the fighting, Laarinburg is bet
ter equipped to fight fires than ever
before. Nobody wests to see a blase,
bat if one ceBase, we will all feel safer
about our ability to snrrussfellj fight
Th. m«*Jc*l eomady “Night oa
Broadway" waa praaaatad hara on
Tnaaday night by Mr. Hairy Baaaiaan
■upporUd by a atrong campaay af
playan. Tha production sat with the
inatant aad lead approval of th* aa
diaoc* witnaaalng it. Mr. Tmaman ia
a comedian af artnaediaary ability
aad kept tha aodteoe* ia aa uproar
th* antir* avaning. TMa abaw ia oaa
of tho boat that baa viattad LaartabCrg
ia many aaaaana, and Mr. irwiraaa
eaa ba aaaorad of a aobotaatial wai
ooaa# when be Boaaaa thi* way again.
Our friend Mr. Bob Gibaoa, oi tho
Bt. John neighborhood, caOad na over
th* *pbon# Monday to tall na of a bag
killing that had boon bald inthataag
It ia the lmbit, and. a good egg,
to nMag Mg' ho#*. Mr. Oikoaa aw'
parted that Mr. C. B. Smith had W
alaagbtarad aowwo packer*, tha ooa
Maad not waight of tboa* beiag 2.020
pound*. Ha alee atatad that Mr. J. L.
McLaoeblin had UOod cm that tipped
tha aeala at 40d poonda not. The’
largo* of Mr. imlA’t Waited 4M
pound*. Mr. CHbaaa addad after t*d
ipg a* thi* gpod aad* ** be vfchU#
na to call oa' Woathar Prophet J. L.
fhk af th* Sneed** Grove taction
for a ripe* af Bnairtha* worth white
team kU neighborhood.
Mr. John MonToe, aon of My. W, M.'
Macro*, of Laorinbocg, B. T. D. No.
t who, ear reader* wfl) mean, waa an
aevamly injured the pa* tummar
wbH* in bathing at' tha, Fbirfy ntDV
pond. Wo regret to note la ataadOy
growing wanker aU tha wUla. Mb.
Monro*, who waa quit* a atont man,
wgnt U tb* pand to gn in bathing and
in diving from tha bank atraek fate
band and abooldam againot aeana ob
Jaot *r tha bottom of thopgad aui
tnining a fmetam of kia apinal ooL
nmn. Tha ahoah paralyaod hi* body,
aad dmptt* tha teat that ha baa had
•vary earn and atpeetten, inelndhg
tha trmtmant of a apodal) at, ho bm
baac in a batelma aad hepclaat ooa
««o* dnoo tKt'aoeidmt. Hi* body
hna waatedmwpsr md Ida Urbagthlg
mp4<fly fading. ‘.Tha yottig man, why
ia waO known harm having had ehuSb
of tha fin bourne tm gam* Mm*, and
Ma afaUai lovhd mm have tha *ya*
pethy of thoir M*nd% wha'hm many.
Um thing" for*a'3r besrdfcMpkMSS
Conveniently located. • Mb SM
4M, LaarUborg, N. a
FOR SALE—Bottling plant to good
Oonditioc. Win seU st a bargain
for oath or euhaog* for lata modal
Ford aotomoblla to tool condition.
J. P. Wiggins at I askant* olV*.
FARMERS! Own yonr fame. Esso
all it produces Instead of half. We
hare fin# tents 110 to SM per acre,
large aad ansil, Improved sad ar
im proved. Sea ss today. McLean
A Croom, Maxtor, N. C. 44-tf
I SELL Daybreak Acid Phosphate,
na. Call, write orjpbons No. &0>,
Gibson, N. C. W. tT Wright. ’
WANTED—Man to team bather
toads, few weeks required. Tools
given. Weakly demonstration. Di
ploma when finished. Write for
BOB KENT—McUwln Ormt «
Church street. 8U room hooaa re.
LARGE ROOMY HOUSE, sattobli ter
PIGS POE SALE—Berkshire Pigs. 10
t »y» old. Giles Leach.
scad to roar door. Then* ar leave
^1—r orders. Coble McIntyre.
LOST—A assail Broach sat w»h
• . Pearls. Probably lost to East Lao
•gBgeJjB-. » —e~-j
A dispa tab to the Evening News,
of Lea Am, tspesto the less with tha
■tehtog of tbs Panto, ad 44/»<M)00
worth of jewels batoagiag to >1hs
maharajah of Eaptuthste. grand eom
wssdsr of the Star of India. The'
his salts, the ruler of jiapurtteitehss^
lag intended to beazdthe .FWato-ai
Port -Said., t v* . ,_v \
Ttglpf A refute' Lw?H*hnrK ^ao
’ Dto aiHriUrfyfctuRtad.
C*n tbsra 0a anystengnr peoai
afisrad than tha nvfdnecr <rf
lAorjnbonr rssideats 7 After yog
bnra rend teg following, QaWtir
of tUs mnAdan glrab
IWf. I have not
thing bottef than _
PUb nod 1 don't borftstn
omineDd th«m to Umm who __
in^aaad of « rails bio kid Day mod'
Prise BOe, st sll dsnlstn,. Don't'
singly aak for a kidney moody
—Rtt Donn'a Kid nay Pills-tbn
«nnsn that Mrs. Baron* had.
Poster-Mil burn Ca, Props., Baf
galft N. Y7
’ A. Grande, Peter Apoatck and A
Argoefl, all st Be urswrote, CaL.wer*
bjBsd by the ssploskm of a dynamite
bomb thrown tbsoogh tha wiateir of
the Apodtols bwns st midnight. Tbs
dyes ml ting wasthsreeull of a fond.
' ■ — _LI—
“ Ladies’ 4.50 Selby *«
“ “ 3.60 “ .
One lot 3.50 44 **
We have a good lot sf Boys' sad
, tale at cut prices.
£* '^d‘^COmt WUuJltakfr.B.d. SUrt.
First New York Coat.
All Man’s 913.60 Overcoats, one half off
M 10.00 “ « <. ^
At these prices these Overcoats will go.
AH**®"’4 W.50 Rais costs, Sale Price MM
“ Ladies’ 5.00 . « 3 2
“ Men’s LOO Union Salts 44 x eg.
“ M 1.60 “ 44 •« * VS
“ “ 3J» « - - w . ££
“ L00 Wrights Health Underwear gfc
“ LOO “ 1 Springneedle Underwear
“ “ IS." Ml. t. *»
“ •• 13.59 M U M
1.00 Dress Shirts, New Patterns
44 •• L50 44 44 •« H
“ “ 1.00 Flannel Shirts
j ■ M “ 1.50 «
Bwr in .ind thr .bore prit« bold for Thirty Din moi it
will pay you to call and Inspect these goo* before yen Maks your nor.
chases, as we propone to save yon aoney.
r Ltorinborg. N. C.
Ltil _ _• - • - - •:
,We received of Mne
Mole* On the 14th, iflW b»Te
another car to arrivd ^he 27th.
Do >w, need j ®ol«J W
you do, pay.ye]® to call and
seethes %ey%^ fll,e ones,
and the Prices are
’Phone 124 iW'M""*..» C.
,if *ii«t if‘ •*»- r "■ L—,:j. 1 . <■ ■ <
11 1 _
Seasonable eat flowers, Palms. Fern a. •
Floral srraoiraaiena for *ay oeeaekn.
Prompt attention to oo£of>towa orders.
SCHOLTZ, The Florist, Inc.
Phone 144S. 806 N. Trron 8t Charlotte, N. C.
BUTS® Drug store, aim*