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1. A. Mam and Son bar* pur
chased a handsome delivery wagon.
Doat forget about Big Bargain
Dag la Lauriaburg. K’e March 4th.
Mr. and Mra. Alex Gregg speat
Friday with relatives at Florence.
Mr. E. B. Letter, of DaUae, baa ac
cepted a position aa prcscripoonist
with Cveriagton’e Drug Store.
Mies Mlttie Sanford returned last
sight from Fairmont, where the baa
been visiting Mra. John Brown.
Mr. H. K. Weill left Saturday night
for Atlanta to purchase stock for
Weill Brothers Stables.
Mias Tom Stewart spent the week
end In Lumbarton the guest of Mies
Mrs. Hugh Stewart left Saturday
for I < an barton, where she Is visiting
her daughter. Mrs. T. A. Rammer.
Fire Monday afternoon burned a
barn at tha home of Mr. Pickett Jeans
on Middleton Haights.
Mr. Ban Winston, of Orr, North
Dakota, ia in tha city and Is tho roast
t* his sister, Mia. Kata Thomas.
Washington's birthday was obasrr
sdd la Lavrtoborg by the 'employ***
pi Unde Bus.
Ur. B. M. Eo ban Ira returned Friday
bight from a stay of several days
with Union oouaty relative*.
Mm. T. J. Dues had ae her goast
■daring tha past weak, Mrs. Allen Mc
Lean, at Wagram.
. Mr*. D. T. Martin, of Salem, Va., 1*
the gmt of her daughter, Mm Cedi
Miae Mend* Stewart, of Johns, who
la a patient ia the Hamlet Hospital,
we are glad to note is constantly ia
Bias Margaret Meiver, at Carth
iu the dty and ia a guest at
of Mr. and Mrs. R.V Cov
Mr. Cku W. Till*tt. • former Leu
rinburg dtiaao. but of 1st* run a
***M*nt ot Charlotte, spent yesterday
Jo tbs dtjr on lsgnl busineo*.
Mre. 1. B. McCallum and Mrs. J. E.
Harbour, of Max too, spent Tuesday
in the dty aad were guests at the
home of Mr. oad Mr*. T. B. BosaaU.
Mr. t. T. Beotick made a trip to tha
•teak markets tha poet weak yahoo
ing a lot of males for the • tabid of
. Mi** Lao* Allan, who was tha goad
Mm. 1. E. Bon ton daring tha past
»**k, returned to her borne at Troy
W A Haaford A Sob kin complst
to*1 the Improvement is their store
"building. The Improvement wee that
of Saying a cement floor.
Our good friend, Mr. T. J. Dwm, we
regret to note, waa forced to remain
abed a couple of day* the past week.
A eraere odd and chill .truck him.
Tha Exchange welcomes Mr. & L.
Peony and family, who moved ban
from Wagrmm during the paat week.
Mr. Pen ay has opened a stare in the
James block an Wert Mate street.
...A ^■•uk above Hamlet paeweatad
tha delivery of the Sunday morning
mail from that cad of tha »»■ a
*»rial train was mage up at Hamlet
to aarae this and of tha Han. .
Miss Haggle Graham, who recently
underwent an operation at tha H—
let Hospital, has aafldeaUy racov
raed to return home, which aha did
Master Arthur James, son of Mr.
and Mrs. A. A. James, underwent aa
operation at the Hamlet Hospital
during the paat week. He returned
home Saturday night
Wa. are glad to note that Mr. Dun
Shaw, who waa confined to Ida home
■raeral days the paat waak srfwlsg
from kidnay trouble, has auHriantly
recovered to return to t*l» work.
Mr. Charlie Oraady returned to Ua
heme hare from the Hamlet Hospital
Saturday sight Mr. Oraady waa a
yatlant In dm hospital far several
day* an account of a dislocated should
* and Mb. L. A. Pindar, Mb B.
M. Grabb, Mn. W. H. Cox, Mb Jana*
Urn* and Mia* Lottia Grubb ip^nt
yfoday •omin, fa
•• 0., ufaf th* trip by
A whlrtwtod campaign li
daetod for tha pacpoa* of i*i*fa« tha
fifada for arartfan tha aaw Mathodfct
AbA Mldfap. Tha eonuaktaa km
mgtmA upon a fatUdfay to ooat 910,000
and th* fund* an wkhfa fight.
Qatto a aaaabar ad Uatfabary pm
P>* tha aala of lota at Ran
,l*t lop. So Tar aa w* ham
to ton mm od tha La»
heaght any of tin
I Mr. B. B. Joaaa, at Mutton, K. F. D.
No. 1, spent yesterday in the city.
Mr. J. P. Ray, the progressive
Southern Express sod Western Union
•*•"1 nt this pises, has purchased an
automobile delivery track to bo used
in transporting express. The truck
was built by Mr. Douglas Dortch, pro
prietor of Lytch's Garage.
Mr. W. Roy Satharland entered the
Hasalet Hospital Tuesday for an op
eration for appendicitis. The opera
tion was performed Tuesday morning,
and we are glad to nuts that the con
dition of the patient la highly utia
Wo are glad to announce the con
tinued improvement of Mrs. W. U.
Cooper, who ie a patient in the 8k
Luke's Hospital, Richmond, Va. Un
less something unexpected happens,
Mrs. Cooper will return borne nest
Whoa ovary conceivable thing that
you have to boy ia going op by lea pa
and bounds, you will do your pocket
book a favor by coming to La arm
bug Saturday, March 4th, and ta
coring acme of tha bund rod ■ of bar,
gains that wUI ba offered you that
Wa are ptaaaad to note that tha
La uric burg Oil Cku, will soon begin
tha erection of oos of the moat mod
ern and complete ginnariea that thla
•octtoa has aver known. Tha old
plant ia to ba ton away and one that
■eaana tha teat wood in cotton ginning
ia to ba built The plant will ba ready
for tha fall 1—‘-tii
Tha lira department responded to a
eall Friday afternoon and found iU
aervices unneceitary. The blase was
in a wood pile ia tha back yard at
tfca homo of Mr. C. L. McCoy, an
Sooth Main street. The lira
quite a lot of amoks and this earned
everybody living In that neighborhood
to hustle home in double quick time.
Wmte playing TOnmday afternoon,
Mim AUeen McCall, daocbter at Ur.
and Kn. K. T. McCall, happenad to
tho mlafortaae te break bar left arm
cloee up to ber abooldar. Aecotn
panied by ber father, the waa carried
to the Hamlet Hoepital. where the la
jared member wae act and pot is a
While attempt!np to apply eome
medlciae to the tore foot of their da>
Uredry bore# Monday moraine, Mr.
Shelton Monroe (offered the mirfor
tm«e to bare Me hand painfully cut.
Mr. Moaroo waa boldine the boraa*
foot by one head and poartaf the
medicine from a gtaaa Mh with the
tba bona kicked back braakine the
] battle and canainc the cots.
But few of oar dtteene that we
hare heard at, fait the earthqeake
that occurred here and throughout the
country early Monday erasing. One
oitiaec fait the unnatural movement
of things and was thoughtful enough
to closely tnvaetlgate. He was lying
on his bed and feeling the quake no
***** *** >*etur“ os the wall, aad
they ware swinging in an unnatural
way. Ha epoke to Us wife and ra
asrfced that ha feU suse that It eras
as earthquake,' aad siting the time
<•*«> said be weald eae what the
■*•*»!«* Bapen had fee aay of rath
“ sw«Tesce end was therefore not
aurprlaed to eae In them that at that
ps*tlc«ler hoar the qaeka was feK
throughout nvenJ eta toe.
in making a raid oo a bunch of
*“Nari Sunday afternoon, Offloor
Brown came near haring to ahoot oeo
the participants in the fame. Tha
party cams toward wbara tha oOear
waa hiding and when dJaeorerad by
tha Seeing gamester, he reached la
his pocket had kept trying to pell
something from hia poeket. Despite
the fact that the edleer petliroad to
demand that he teaser* hia Set from
that port!an of hie anatomy that car
ried tho pocket knows as tha piatol
P«x*»t, bo ooe tinned to fumble in mid
Pocket, the oAcer area about ready
to ahoot, thinking Oat tho party waa
attempting ta get a weapon to'use on
Mm. Finally tho demand of tho ed.
•esc was heeded, oad whan pieced un
der arraot tho party declared that ha
wu only trying to threw the wespea
•way ao that bo aright escape the
Pmdehment usually meted out to
Oflear Frank Smith want oat ta tha
ooantejr tba othar night oa tha trail
of aararal portion for wham ha ted
wmute. Ra ted hate tald tint a
Party would bo la pragma at a ear
taia plaoa that night aad knowing
itet te wonld fad mmm of thoaa far
wham ha hold pnparn, te want aa aa
"oUritad guaat. Bafara making tha
plaaa te apiad two od tha ranch want
ad aaao coming out ad tea wood* ear
rytug a .uapidoaa looking Jug. Thoy
wara atao on tha lookout aad dtaoor
arad tha cdtear a Imam aa moo aa ha
dlacorayad tkaai, aad aaaaadlag to nx
pat tat Iona, «*ada a haa-Bna for tba
mmmp. Thoy w*ga too teavlly bord
aaad with H<p>id rafraohmanta to maka
^■l to cat awap, aad
dwppad tha Jog, white ooatataod B
•aar, fad tarn aaa ad team taaaad Ida
faB oat §tl Ida pc teat- ymaumahly
teat te aright ha if aop
hody, but tefaT MfaC^T
Caad "par* mamafal- x
Spring! Tailoring Opening
February 28, 29 and March 1st
Here at Our Store In the Date Named Above We Will Show a Grand
Display of the Latest Styles and Models in Men’s and Young Men’s
Fine Custom-Tailoitng. All the New Fabrics of the Season will be
Shown l>y an Expert Designer and Cutter from~
I SCHLOSS BBOS. & ro.
V I BaWtao** and Naw York
THIS is a semi-annual event with us
-the Advance-showing of the
styles in Men's and Young Men's
Fine Tailoring, demonstrated by an
Expert from Schloss Bros. & Co.,
the famous Baltimore style-makers.
It affords you an opportunity to
see what is considered most fashion
able on Fifth Avenue, New York,
and what the best custom-tailors all
ova the country will show this
include the cho
from $60 up for a suit of Clothes.
They will coal you half that here.
SCHLOM ftAl/hxQltB I
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We will have to arrire today, tbL 24th another car of
FINE YOUNG [MULES
Thmla maethia* la thk kttkat will mH
Tom, and too, the Price* Are Rmt
We benefct thin lot apedaUjy tor tUa territory.
Yon wffl profit by viaitJn* Ur atablea.
Lrarinbnrg, N. C. ; ’Phone 124
. When You Build
J. D. Sanford & Son
“The Quality Hardi p