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Mr. Harry Ik Everett has accepted
a position with the Model Pharmacy.
Attorney T. J. Dunn spent Tuesday
in Buckingham on legal business.
Mr. and Mr*. Carl McLean spent
Sunday ia Bebaeou county visiting
Mias Georgia Mason, of McCofl,
was a guest at the home ef Dr. W. T.
Mrs. D. B. Brown and children vis
it od relatives at Hamlet during the
Mr. R. A. Peels, of Gibson, R. T. D.
No. 2. eras a Laurinburg visitor Sat
Mr. J. F. Jordan, of WhltevlUe. vis
ited hi* parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R.
Jordan during the past week.
Mrs. Kate Glbaon, of Faison, Is the
guest of her Mater. Mrs. H. 0. Cov
Mr. J. L. Covington, «f Merven,
apont a short while in the dty yes
Mias Minnie Norton, of I a aril burg,
R. F. D. No. 4, is vial ting relatives in
Mr*. Tommie Cullen Fletcher and
Mrs. J. &. Bivens, of McCoU, 8. C..
wore guest! of Laurinburg relatives
air. a. m. warn mi ruaeoay Dipt
ter Atlanta, Ga., whan ha want to
parekase stock for Weill Brother's
We are glad to note that oar friend
and titiaen, Mr. ft. C. Lea, who is un
dargolag treatment at Hot Spring*.
Ark., la still Improving.
Mi*. G. H. Ruaaell spent Tuesday In
Hamlet, where ska is undergoing
treatment by Dr. James at the Ham
Mr*. W. D. Jhmaa, Jr., entertainad
Friday afternoon In boner of her vis
iting guests, Mlease Grace and Made
line Burke, of Petersburg, Va.
Mr. Gilbert McKacbarn, of McCall,
S. C., wont i short while In the city
Friday. While here Mr. Heftsrhern
paid the Kxehaaga office a visit.
Mr. and Mr*. W. H. Cooper loft
Bundsy night far .Richmond, Va.,
where Mi*. Oeopw baa entered a hos
pital tor an operation pad treatment.
' The maay friends of Mr. Q. H. ftas
aall will be glad to know that he is ro
hoene eevarai day. the
The Bostick Mule Co., ooadueted a
«oc*Mf«l auction sale of a portion
of tbair large stock of fane supplies
fiataiday. TWy win hold niThn
sale next Saturday.
Mr*. D. A. Watkins, of Laurel Hill,
was a Leufirtobnrg visitor Friday.
Mrs. Watkins will soon mavp bar dry
goods and mBHnary huetnsee into a
naW eOere rooen Just completed. She
is eaoduettag a spaaiah sale at tbia
It will M an ttaaa of gtad aowa to
qll Laorinburg and Scotland comity to
baow that Mm X. H. Gibaon, who baa
boon • paticat at Sanatorium for tha
paat dro tasadho wfll iwtaia to Law
rlaburg Saturday, aad too, tha* bar
haalth baa baaa folly rwatorwd.
Wo ara aorry lad aad to nOta that
Uttlo Miaaaa Fraaooo aad Virginia
McCormick, ehildran of Mr. aad Mm
F. C. McCormick, ara eonilnod to tha
brnoc of their paranta Buffering from
an attack of ooattot fbaac. At this
writing both ara aa wall as could bo
bapod for. .
Mr. Loonia Hammond maria a bwai
aaoa trip to Otaoaobciro last wacb.
going aad ooaalag In bla Scrippa
Booth aatotoobUa, for which bo baa
tha aganoy la laotland county. Mr.
Haanaomi ratamod Friday aigbt, ooy
artag tbo diatonca from Gromoboco
1M atfloa, on tva pjpbd of gatollna.
- Mr. Moan* Livingston, of Laurel
HAL waa a Lauriabarg visitor Sstar
Now that we have added the hand
some and useful automobile Axe truck
to our Are Aghtiag equipment,
wouldn't it be well to reorganise our
Are department and keep in training
for such occasions as wAI require its
Many Scotland people will regret
to learn of. the death of Mr. John F.
Campbell, which occurred at his home
near Floral College la Kobe son coun
ty, Sunday. Mr. Cuaspbelt nod been
sick but a short while. His death
being caused from a. severe cam of
la grippe. He wss about 41 years of
age, waa a sun of many fine quali
ties. Hs has a wide circle of rela
tives and friends in this county, being
a cousin of Mr. Jaa. V. McLean of
Spring Hill township.
We regret to note that Mr. J. C.
Currie, who Uvea a short distance
above Old Head rod suffered the mis
fortune to loee his One country home
by Ace last Monday. The blase suit
ed la an out house about tha noon
hour, and Is siwiiiI to have bean
caused by rats. Several outhouses
besides the horns and a good portion
of the household goods was burned.
Only such sf the household goods as
were down stain were saved. Mr.
Currie la one of our best cittsene and
this distressing loss to'him Is to he
The will of tho Into Mark Morgan
waa filed for probata at tha office
of tha Clark of tha Superior Court
Monday. In tha win Mr. Morgan
gave to aaeh of hie children $5,000
and to each of tho grandchildren »lr
000. To Mra. Morgan bo gave $6J)00
la cash and tho remainder of hie ae
tata Mra. Morgan U named aa ex
ecutrix. She ha* appointed har
grand eon. Mr. Xdwla Morgan to taka
action charge and control of the *#
tata It was the expressed desire of
Mr. Morgan that tha mills and other
enterprises la which ha waa largely
lataieetad ba operated as heretofore.
Tha aoml-ftaa] dabataa at tha city
wheel that wars announced in our Last
imma to be h*M yesterday morning,
war* postponed anti] Monday and
Toaaday nights January 81st and
February l*t. Tha pupils of tha
school deserve year presence and ia
tareat, and wa faal that an invitation
will ba suflldaat to aacure your praa
mca at both of than* interoiting
wonts. Wa know that you will ba
highly an tarts la art, and no doubt you
■jiUJiritiT ■wartMiiia ini
what tha boys and girls ia tha city
aabooU am doing along this line. Yoa
asm it Co them to encourage them by
This U to notify our Maud, Mr. Bob
Gtbaoci, of Qibeeu, B. t. D. No. 1, that
on Monday, Weather Prophet J. L.
Paaie, of the Snead’s Grove section,
waa ia Laurie burg. Mr. Paste asked
■* to aay that tha fact that ha had
made no report aa to tha alaaghtar of
Mg hoga ia his neighborhood eras no
indication that there would ha no good
reports from that section, for ha bad
them coming soon. H* ax plained that
aa tha people of that section had only
boas killing pigs that ha did net think
it worth while to asaka mention of
them, hut said ho “You tail Bob I said
ba had just aa wall get randy to kill
that one that ha says is as big aa a
ur. s. A. gun, • prominent Meth
odist minister of Columbia, 8. C, wiD
lecture in dm Methodist shursh Tut
day night, February let The sub
ject of Dr. Steal's lecture wfll be "A
Wedding Tear.” Leurlnburg people
will ram amber Dr. Steal as the min
ister who delivered the first annual
sermon of "Hetbodiem" in the Meth
odist church last summer. Tide ser
mon is delivered sad year and la pro
vided for through a gift by Judge
W. B. Neal of this city to tha North
Carolina Conference. Dr. Steel to as
eloquent and forceful speaker, and hit
second appearance here will he a mat
ter of much delight to au Laurinburg
There wilt he no admission charge,
hot an offering will he taken at the
dees of the lecture.
Laurtahnrg Man Mantes.
Mr. William I. Elliott, of Laurin
burg, was married last Sunday to
Mtoe Manuals Sdwards, daughter of
Mr. and Mm. 3. M. Edwards, of the
Batwirtle village. The ceremony was
performed by Justice of the Peace A.
P. Barrett. They toft immediately
after the oe reason/, far Seottaad
•onaty wham they wUI make their
hems. The Dispatch extends con
gratulations sad good ntohia—Pied
Repo Micas Ceaveotiea CuK.
a •’ .* ' . #
Knight* of Pythlao MmL
Th* larg—t and moat enjoyable
moating ta many day* of th* Knight*
of Pythlao of th* olty wag hold loot
Wwin—day evening in tha Maaonic
Bar. J. B. Thompaoa bad boon in
vited to apeak to th* gatharing. Ha
cho— for hii ■ object “The Halation
of Fraternal Onlera to Xeligien." Hia
add— waa foil at intoraot aad de
licti tod th* gathering of th* Knight*.
After th* principal add— of th*
evening, M—or*. B. Oocar Covington
and P. L. Crouch dallvorad abort taUte
which war* vary mqeh enjoyed by
Mr. R. X. L. Corrvll, Muter of Ex
chequer had charge of th* mooting
and Introduced tho op—ton of the
After the delightful hour in the
hall, the lodge la a body, went to the
Baay B— Cafe, where a bountiful
oyotor rapper wai oervvd, and all who
wore the devote— of King Nicotine
paid him homage, for dgan wore
plentiful aad for aU.
It waa an oceaolon when men felt
the etock of real brotherhood going
The Laurlnburg Agency Company
la a new Laurlnburg corporation. The
Secretary of State Issued • charter
for this company daring the past
The company, which is composed of
Meaara. A. L. James, Hinton James
and W. 8. Dunbar, will do a yea oral
insurance, raat estate and loan busi
ness. The eathortsad capital of tha
oompapy is *26,000 with *6,600 paid
Tha officers far the year have been
elected and era as foil owe: Hinton
Jamas, president, A. U Jamas, vteo
presidant, W. 8. Danbar, secretary
TWa company has been doing a
general insurance business for some
time past, and tha formation of the
corporation will giro It wimt its
growth demands, a mere extended
field for a larger business
Tha Exchange bespeak, for.tha
company, which la controlled by some
of tha beat business man la tha city,
the large success it deserves.
CALOMEL SALIVATES AND
MAKES YOU SICK.
Aeta like Dynamite an a Btaggtah
Mr* *■* Tan Lass a Day's •
There’s ne reason why a person
ahonld take sickening, salivating aal
°mel when 60 cants bays a large bot
tle of Dodson’s Liver Tone- a perfect
substitute for ealomoL ,
It la a pleasant, vegetable Liquid
which wOl start your liver fast ns
■muljr as calomel, but it doesn't make
yon sick and can not salivate.
Children and growp folks can take
Dodson’s Liver Tone, because it is per
felon.el la a dangerous dm*. U
Is mereary and attacks your beam.
Take n does of nasty calomel today
and yon will foe! weak, sick and naus
eated tomorrow. Don't loan a day's
work. Taka a spoonful of Dodson’s
Dver Tons Is stead and you wQ] wake
up feeling great. No amro MKoan
nace, constipation, sluggishness, hr—1
echa, coated tongue or soar n—wi,
Yonr druggist says if you dent And
Dudunnt Liver Tone acta batter than
horrible calomel your money Is wait
tag fop you.—Adv,
, BMUSTOf TlllOMromdll Of
TBE STATE IAJU
Dm M im
_ tTXjf* yjm oo 1
laiemal Bcthn rtoounnury au«p m oo
Dd«t14»<I profits tow Mmi »HIM
TMto W\k m
•MM M Mnt CitoM. OMHrd TinilifiD
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I udft Do*pita! Notes.
Hanoiot, N. C, Jan. *6U.
(■ edal to Tba Exchange.)
Mr*. Venn McDonald, of Learin
ber* an a able to b* up is a rotHna
a id aarriod to tha porcini
Mr. C rdine Brown, at Cl I boon, who
waa op rated on lent woo* for *p
pa^latt i, wtlj bo abis to go home
within i few day*.
Mr. I orton, at Lanrinborg, who
undwrwo it an operation at tha hos
pital Ui t weak, was abi« to go homo
^ttle ,Anni* B®U« Job**, of Mo
Col!, 8. ■»», who bod to bivo her right
l‘‘* "®l ■*■** Bays ago. is
math hi Iter this wsak. Tho loss of
tba Uml waa caaood by her brother
accident illy shoot In* bar, the satire
content* of the *hot gun poaabt*
throogh bar right)**.
plaot to ge«d
•t a bargain
_ _ for lata modal
Ova year farms. Keen
_ ^eentoatendaf hnK. We
MgPW BOOM to «
WANTED—Man to iaara barber
«** *" *•*• reqatood. t£E
rfreo. Weekly demonatmtiea. Di
ptaaa when finiabed. Wrtta (or
catetena. Richmond Barber Col
lage, Kiehmond. Va.1-i-pd
rOR RENT—Mel maria Grove aa
^"^riaaat Bto room boaoa ro
toodoldi oa toolda. 916 par month.
. Apply to Him Ladle Pa/ea.
’ HOURS. atotabU lor
far rent. Goad lo
» Mated to right
' to Box
yy oar door. ’Phooo or loam
%Jent , Oobla McIntyre.
CABBAf PLANTS far aala at D. 0
OIS^,L Pi May and Saturday,
J23 * HR. ^ 1-1 cants par
4 qmtt .1 D. O. and W. D. Wrigbth!
DU Ring JANUARY
FISBRl^ARY AND MARCH
Tou» <^U, 16. 20.80 and 35 day*
AnJ Expanea* Ineladtd
j $130.00 and up
We Win have to arrive by Etpt—•
Saturday, another car of fine young
Ton are urged to call at our stable*
1 and Inspect this lot, which has bee n
■elected specially for this territory.
We wQl be glad to show you and **m»
PRICES ARE RIGHT.
’Phone 124 L&urinburg, N. C.
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Oil Heaters I
Shot Guns I
Low Cash Prices on Other Goods. |
^We1saviTTou Oh ABytuny
J.D. Sanford & Son
"The Qaulity Hardware Slop.”
Car Load Ship*
Leave your order
for yours today.
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Mercantile & Machine Co.
Laurel HO, N. C.