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Rev. L N. Clegg, of I enrol HiU,
vu a LeurioburK visitor MoaJay.
Mr. and Mrs. Mae Cameron spent
the week-end with Charlotte friends.
Isn’t it about time to begin to get
thing* in shape for summer baseball T
Mr. Hinton James made a business
trip to Raleigh Thursday.
Mr. R. A. Peels, of Olbeoa, R. X. 0.
No. Z, spent Monday afternoon in the
Mosers. R. J. Jones and A. E. Shaw,
of Wagram. ware business visitor* to
the city Friday.
Messrs. W. G. Bulo and NaUl Mc
Kay. of Wagrsm, wars Lsurtnbur*
Mr. Edwin Morgan made e boaineei
trip to La Grange ths past weak, re
Mr. Charlie Weill, of Greensboro,
was the guest of his brother*. Messrs.
H. R. and B. C. Weill, Thursday.
The Greater New York Minstrels
will appear hare In the opera house
next Wednesday night, the fth.
Mr. Thad Fields returned to Ral
eigh Tuesday to continue hi* stadias
at Pace’s School of Pharmacy.
Mr. Harry Everett left Monday for
Ralaigh where ha entered Page's
School of Pharmacy.
Mr. W. C Scale*, of Monro*, spent
ths weak sad ta the city with Laa
Messrs. W. L. Fields and A. A.
Jams* Heft Taaaday oa a bnainasa trip
Mr. J. A Stanton, of Red Springs,
apgnt Friday In the city ths guest of
Us daughter, Mrs. R. G. Stone.
Mr. W. V. McCall left Tuesday for
Raeford where he goes to assume the
management of the Raeford Hotel.
Mrs. Kate Gibson, who has been
the guest of her sister, Mrs. H. O.
Covington, returned to her home at
Union prayer meeting will be held
at the Baptist church tonight, the
services being conducted by Rev. J.
M. Rosa, D. D.
- E*v. J. M. Row, ». D„ occupied the
pulpit gt the Baptist church Sunday
night. The service was ths union **r
vtco that is held one* each month.
' . Mh D. C. Odom speat Thursday and
- Friday gt McFarland. Anton county,
^looking after his farming interests
VlB fot wltion.v
'• -Zdifm Rath MeKinnaf. a student, at
Flora MaadmaM Coilags, Rad Spring,
apaht the week-end with her parents,
Mr, and Mrs. C. McKinnon.
Mr. sad Mrs. Roland Covington
■pent Sunday in Hamlet with Mr*.
Covl>on's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Dr. W. ft. Matthews, of Rocky
Mount, baa accepted a pwMw aa
preaerlptiauUt with Evertngtoo'*
Mr. Bu*#eU Middleton, of Jpckaen
vflle, Ha, arrived is the city Saturday
> night sad U the geeet ef Me aunt,
Mn. Mate Middleton.
. Mine NaneyFairiy, ef Rockingham,
la the meat of MU* Lee McNair at
her Home on Laurinburg R. F. D. No.
Mr. and Mra. Dea Shaw and chU
dree apaat Thursday in Lumbertm
vMthc Mra. Shaw's parents, Mr. aad
Mr*. G. M Whit/WM.
Mrs. T. J. Breeden, of Bennetta
vttte, 8. a, is th* guest ef her aietsr.
Mra. D. Z. Hardin, on Laurinburg R.
F. Ml Mo. 4.
Mr. Ralph E. Gibson baa jnet re
tnmeri from New York city where he
■peat a month taking In the wonders
of that town. '
h ’ Mr*. John T. McBpekln, of Flor
daoe. S O, and little Mia* Mariah
. Eerie Welle, ad Wilmington, arrived
la th* city Sunday and are the guests
«d Mra Alex WaH*.
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. Mr. H. T. Jack eon, a former Seot
laadite who has east hie lot on a farm
Bear Bed Springe la Robeson county,
peat Saturday with Laurinburg rela
Ob January l«k this yaar, Sant
land eoonty had gtonad 25.M8 halos
of ootton. At tha tame time last yaar
tha word* abosr that we had giaoad
:: Mr. Ita Mgartaa, of Ooldahoro.
apaal Saturday and Sunday bora with
Ua aaata, Mr. L O. Kdgortoa. lot*,
tataad to Ua homa Sunday, making
"tha trip by ntemoMU.
• Ur. Allan Flalda, Mrs. J. T. HaUa
Bad Mr. Dowgla* MaAru laft M re day
mriwfrg far a rtatt to reiattra* at
ratMaSo*.TWr JMd* ^ *
V'- Dr« J. O' libertroo, wha far Mha
Mr. Q- Y. Jonae apart the weak red
at Ml Oliva vieitiag setativas.
Miaa Lily McKinnon expects to
laara aaxt Tuesday tor a auy of two
month* In Florida.
Mi*. Pater Mcloon waa hostess to
the Elisabeth Browning Book Club
Attorney M. h John returned Sun
day from a stay of ton day* In Geor
gia and Florida, where he waa called
on legal business.
Mra. Dan Shaw entertain or! yester
day, both morning and afternoon, in
honor of her stater. Miss Ellmbeth
Whitfield, of L urn barton.
Mr. Harry Winston, who has been
the guest ef hie staler, Mra. Kate
Thouae, for the feast several week*,
left for hta home at Orr, North Da
This morning between ten end
eleven o’clock there will be a partial
oclipee of the mu, which wUl be visi
ble her*. If you have net already
dona so, gat a smoked glass.
Mr. A. F. Schell, of Gnat Falla, A
C., an routs to Raleigh where ha will
take a special coarse hi pharmacy at
Page’s School of Pharmacy, spent
yesterday In the city.
Mr. C. W. Cherry underwent an op
eration for appendicitis in a Charlotte
hospital owe day the past wwek, and
we am glad to nets is rapidly recov
ering. Ha ia axpaetad to return home
the latter part ef this week. .
Misses Bliss and Dickson Peden,
who were called to Laarinharg ten
days ago on account of the death ef
their mother, Mrs. Howard Peden,
hav* returned to their home at Hen
We are pleased to note that little
Mtaacs Frances and Virginia McCor
mtek, children ef Mr. and Mrs. F. C.
McCormick, wm have bean quite tU
with scarlet fever, are rapidly recov
ering from thelf Illness.
Mrs. J. G Powell, who has been the
•west of her stater, Mrs. J. A Mc
Neill, returned to her homo at Jack
sonville, Fla., Friday sight. She waa
accompanied home by Mies Betsy
The automobiles of Mseers. H. A
Quick and H. C. Farmer loekod home
at the corner of Main and McKay
■treats Monday morning. Both cars
were running at a low rate at speed
and fortunately no eerious damage re
We are glad to note tha return of
Mrs. E. H, Gibson to bar home here.
Mrs. Glbaon hoe bean undergoing
treatment at Sawatamam Urn the poet
toe months, aad to the delight of her
■any friends, has entirely recovered
We regret to note that oar good
Mead, Mr. B. & Rudd, has suffered
the return of the eye trouble from
which he euiTered so much several
moaths ago. Ha is taking treatment
under a Charlotte specialist aad spent
Tuesday In that city
Meean. Phillips A James, managers
of tha local play house, have booked
“The Show Girt", a musical comedy
company carrying twanty-toa people,
for two nights February 18 and IT.
This show comas with a good raoord
and is highly pro la ad by tha manager
of the Fayetteville opera bouaa.
The Sanitary Market, which far tha
past several years has been located
next door to J. D. Sanford A Son, has
boon moved to the store room opposite
Kvertngton’s Drag 8ton which was
formerly used by G. J. Jacobs as a
troeery. Tha reason for this move
ia explained in their ad elsewhere in
Weather Prophet J, L. Peel*, of the
Sneed's Grove eection, was a Lanrin
berg visitor Tuesday. Mr. Peele re
perte a smell hog killing in kla neigh
borhood at which Will Monroe killed
two shoe to that were cine months old
and weighed 4M pounds not. He also
mid that Bank Thrower kiled sue
that pulled the scales for gU pounds.
la a general fight at Mason’s Cross
Sunday of last weak. Lake Bldges wae
shot add painfully wounded by Zan
nle Terry. Ridges, H is said was run
ning, and was indiscreet enough to
leek beck. As he turned the weapon,
a shot gun, was fired, aad he received
the load in hie face. Fortunately hie
wounds were net eerieus.
Mr. Den McLauehUn, of Wegrasi,
was a Laurinburg visitor Tutaday.
Mr. McLauefclbi Mils aa that bis
brother, Mr. Lacy KcLaochPn who
was so sarlously stabbed seme weeks
ugo at Florals, Ala., is rapidly raeov
ering from tbs effects of the wound,
and hopes to soon be able to make
the trip to his home at Wagiaas.
The sale of Bed Cross Seals la Lau
rinhorg daring tbs Chris tarn* holi
days was snore than the number that
was sold a'year baTors. The entice
■ale amounted to 6.TST The year be
fore eras only 1,700. A prise of one
dollar was off seed to the organisation
selling the graatoet nsmber, and ffria
was aaafiy captured by the Fourth
Grade la the city eshaela. Urn sU
dsea very rib rnisij gave the prfae
hack into the fund for wWeh the mmlm
The many friend* at Mi* X. E. Lee
will regret to knew that aba wn pain,
fully but Sunday night by failing.
Ska want to tha back yaH at bar
Home to ran away a bunch of doge
that ware molesting bar poultry yard,
ami while in tha yard stumbled over
a stick at wood and fail. In falliag
aha sustained a braised knee end
It will be a matter at much gratifi
cation to tho people of T-aurinburg to
know that Mre. W. H. Cooper,'who
underwent a serious operation In a
Richmond, Va_, hospital owe day tho
past week ia rapidly recovering from
the effects of the operation, which was
a saccessful one. Mr. Cooper, who
accompanied her to Richmond re
turned to tho city Monday.
Maser*. Gibaon Brothers, who are
agents for Dodge automobiles in Scot
land, Richmond, Anson. Hoke, Cum
berland and Harnett, have moved
back Into their old stand Just below
The Exchange office. They-will not
conduct a repair dapurtmant as be
fore, nor conduct a garage, but will
urn their place eolely for a salesroom
for Dodge care and Dodga parts. Mr.
Edwin Morgan, who has been using
the building for the display of Hud
son automobile* gave it up lb* first
■aul War "
“Fighting For France" ia a real
war picture made on Urn battled side
where the actual engagements are
had. ifiOO feat of thrills lowing tha
real fighting. Thie picture run for
two solid months is a Maw York the*,
tr* sad is now being shows for tho
first time In tha South. Laurlabarg
la one of the fist towns in North
Carolina to see It. 8a* it at the
Gam Theatre Tuesday night.
THE GRIP GERM originated in Ro*.
sia, and If tha Russians could ar
range to use It en the Ormans they
oomid save lota of aausanition, tho
same aa you will save mousy by
bringing auto ton*, buggy tone and
cushions and col fare lob* cut down
or repaired. Next door to Ex
change office. R. 8. Overby,
FOR SALK—Top Buggy. Condition
pod aa new, only used a sheet time
WflJ sen at attractive bargain. See
H. 8. Quick, Laurinburg, RC.
DESIRABLE HOUSE and lot on
90 R SALE—Bottling plant ui good
condition. WUlaeB at a bargain
tot caah or exchange for laU nodal
Ford an to mo MJ« in goal condition.
J. P. Wigginaat Kacknnge artea. :
FARMERS! Own your fame. Reap
all It nrodneee tnataad of ball. We
knve ttna farm f 10 to MO par acre,
large and email, improved and an
I SELL Daybreak Add Phcephata,
gtmraatond 29* par eaat >boe
phoric Add, IS par aent rhdnli
raa. Call, writ* or ’pbona No. 22CS,
Qibaon, N. C. W. TfWrlght.
CABBAGE PLANTS—Any kind yon
went. Low prieoe. Plants detir
arad to your doer. ’Pbona or leave
^oar order* Coble McIntyre.
FOB RENT—A w*U located ottce
room, ground floor. Main streoL
^ Apply Everington’a Drag Store.
Pereonally Condaeted Toon
FEBRUARY AND MARCH
Attractive Winter Tripe
toore of 12, IB, 20. SOatxl 86days
Ail Exponent Included
2180.00 and up
Write for Booklet
Tboriet Affaate Seaboard Air line
Raleigh, N. C.
A NEW LOT OF
SPRING COAT SUITS
Consisting of Blue, Black and Green Silk Taffea
tors, Blue Gabberdines, Serges and Shepherd
Plaids in all the late new styles now ready for
, your inspection.
All Winter Goods going at GREATLY RE
DUCED PRICES, consisting of Shoes, Ladies’
Coat Suits and Sldrts, Misses’ Long Coats, Men’s
Clothing, Overcoats, Underwear, Union Sntta,
Gloves, Men’s Dress Shirts and Fur
When you are in need of anything in heavy
i weight goods you can save money hy seeing us
! as we will make PRICES TO SUIT YOU.
See us for Fay Stockings for children.
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Laurinburg, North Carolina.
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We take this method of announcing to the
people of Laurinbunf and Scotland county
that we have secured the services of Mr. W.
S. Matthews, of Rocky Mount as piescrip
tionist. Mr. Matthews is a thoroughly com
petent, Registered Pharmacist, and with the
addition of his service to our business we
•. we prepared to take care of your prescrip
tions in a safe and professional manner, and
we respectfully urge the people of thissec£:=i
to continue to give us a share of their pat
ronage in this line.
We handle a complete line of Drugs and
Drug Sundries, and in fact, everything you
would expect to find in a first class Drug Store.
Tour needs in our line will be supplied
. promptly and correctly. We have a free de
livery and your ’phone orders will always
liave careful and prompt attention.
Everington’s Drug Store
’Phone 9-J. Laurinburg, N. C.
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