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Coburn's Minstrals the 20th.
The Gem Theatre ti being beauti
fied by the petateo.
Mr. J. J. McHugh, of Gibeoa, was
a Laurinburg visitor Monday.
Mr. G. B. Patteraon, of Max ton,
epeat Sunday afternoon to the city.
Mra. A. M. Fairley left yesterday
for a visit to relatives at Tar boro.
Mr. J. C. Graham, of Kaxton, R.
F. D. No. X, was a Laurlnburg visitor
Mra. Thomas J. Dunn entertained
the Elisabeth Browning Book Club
If we are the only one that wants
a town dock, we ere willing to hush
for an Ingersoll Watch.
Mr. S. M. Norton and son, of Max
ton, B. F. D. No. 1, wars bargain day
visitors to Laurinburg.
Mias Annie Brewer. cf McCod, 8.
C, ie a facet at the bom* of her de
ter, Mrs. John T. Bostick.
Mias Janet Witherspoon, a tearher
In dm school at Josthe, was the Sun
day guest of Mies Base McNeill.
Mr. W. F. Jackson, of Laura) HOI,
B. F. D. No. 1, was among those that
Joined the Exchange family Satur
the next meeting of the Scotland
County Teachers' Association will be
hold Saturday at Brawasvillo school
Quito a a umber of laurinburg peo
ple are having the fan there to to ho
gotten out of ordinary eases of the
Mr*. W. R Teller and children at
New York City, are the yueata at
Mm. Teller’s atom-, Mrs. W. D.
• Mr. Jasper T. Gibson is spendiny
••versU days in Wsdasboro in inter
est of the sal* of Dodge automobiles
is Ajuoo county.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed McColl, and
daaghtar, accompanied by Mrs. Mary
Whitaker, all at Laurinbury. visited
Dr. and Mr*. J. R. Bivens Sunday.—
McColl Items Pee Dee Advocate.
Mr. C. B. Tyaor and family who
have occupied rooms in the Jam**
huildiny, have moved to tbs house
reoently vacated by Mr. H. T. Horan
day ia North Laurlnbury.
Mr. J. D. Biacall, at Kinston, ar
rived ia the city Tuesday for a visit
to his sister, Mrs. John Monroe.
Mr. Baaoom Weill spent several
d*y* tins peat* weak In Washington,
Mr. WIIH* Watson, at Hasty, N.
C., has moved his general merchan
dise business into the new store ra
Csatly purchased from Mrs. John
Mclanxic.—McCall Items Pee Dee
By aschanye of courts Jody* W.
J. Adams, at Csrthsye, wOl ylia
at the terra of Superior Court to he
M sssslnn here next week, instead at
J«d*s M. H. Jus tics, who was sehad
ulsd to come.
It wOl ha aria* to have that prhst
iay done now. Everythiny in paper
stocks have advanced from 10 to SO
pm cent The price of job printing
win necessarily her* to be advanced
accordingly. Better yet yours now.
Miss Gladys Covinytou has ' base
loading In the ChartotU Observer
Popularity Contest for almost all bf
the time durkiy the paat two week*.
She ia not only leading in this dis
trict, but throughout the Stats.
Weather Prophet Joe Peals, of the
Snead’s Grove section was a,bargain
day visiter Saturday. Mr. Pari*
•ays that his sect! era had a slight
fall of hall Friday afternoon. He
ala* disclaimed' the states*sat that
hs had predicted ths storm.
Mra. Sue Briaaoa and Mias Army*
Umars have returned tram Us*
matfcate shin they went ta pur
•haa* stocks for the spring miUi
nsry trade. Mrs. Brinson wfli hoM
Umm. T. C. KvereU, E. H. Chb
mn. A. P. Gibeon, B. 0. Covington,
B. B. Covington and B. D. Phillips,
■ *—> in af the gnenoa and MMky
«a— ltties for the proponed aaw
Methodist ekonb, spent Monday h
®t»». where they went U see Ac
chareh hi Mere* of erection in that
Bav. heat Swell, tbs noted evan
gsllst and prohibition leetarer, who
wsa schsdalsd to deliver (u« lector*
oa “Uncle Snath Wagon** Monday
sight la the Presbyterian church,
ariB not he hers at that tfree. Chang
es la Ms plans necessitated pestpon
Isg Ms Laurioburg ongagenieot nntU
Sunday night, tbs llth.
•' Charlie Cane.
Osborn's Wastrels, which sppasi
hssn March tOth, has that premier
■ ■■»*y.|OhaiMs Qaae- lf yea hare
1dMIgbt, get randy fee IBs
1' • PEGRAM-McKINNON.
Marriage ef Pepdar Young Couple
Here Wcdacaday Events g.
A wedding of unaanal interest to
many people here and elsewhere was
I that of Mr. Lamar Pagram, of I*e
| notr, and Mtaa Anna Belle McKin
| nun which waa soieroniiad Wedrvee
jday evening at 0:30 o'clock io the
• First Presbyterian church in the
presence of a large concourse of
friends of the contracting parties.
The ceremony waa performed by the
pastor of the church. Rev. Dr. John
M. Uoset D. D. The church was beau
tifully decorated for the occasion in
long leaf pines and baskats of pink
While Mrs. W. DeB. MeEacbln, of
Laurinburg, dispensed the' wedding
music the wedding party enteral the
church in the following order: First
<.am« the ushers, Mr. George Aving
er. and Dr. W. D. James, of Unin
burg, sad Mr. Foster Clinton and
Mr. B. H. Parker, of Oaatonia; thou
fallowed the groomsmen, Dr. Ro
land Clinton, of Wilmington, and Mr.
Henry Duff, of Cincinnati, dews op
poeita aisles, these beiag followed by
the two bridesmaids, Miaa Prancae
Louise Neal, of Laurinburg, and Miaa
Jennie Pegram, of Oaatonia, lister ef
the groom; neat came the bride ac
companied by the maid of honor,
Miaa Mary McKinnon, her sister,
down one aisle as the groom, accom
panied by his brother, Mr. E. N. Pe
mm, of Oaatonia. beat man, ap
proached the altar from the other
stale. Before the entrance ef the
bridal party |Mlas Patta James sang
“At Dawn' and “You."
uw afwptUi wore pink silk
with Dash-colored over
draiKi with direr tiinningi
•ilrer dipper* and pink picture kata
and carrier! lace* booqpeu of pink
KiUaroey roaaa and asparagui fame.
Tl»e bride were a three-piece raft
•f crape Juice blue silk with trim
mings of twee and aiiver and carried
a muff of chiffon ralret and silk
with s large bouquet at purple or
ehkia end IQlica at the rati<7. She
wore hat, shore and gloroi to
The bride's gifts to the hridse
malds were pink ostrich feather fans
with white leery sticks.
** of wadding present*
consisting Chiefly of silverware. cat
glut, chins sad Mnen. nttstUd the
«*•«*» in which they are beM by a
wide circle of friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Pegram left Wednes
day night for e bridal trip to Wash
The groom ia eonnactad with a
string of cotton mills in .and. around
Leadr, bolding a responsible posi
tion. He to a young business man of
exceptional ability and has a hoot of
friends throughout the Btste. The
l*nd# ia a charming young woman
and a member of oae of Lanrinburg's
moet prominent families.
Pre-Naptfal Kntertain stents.
Mrs. Walter H. Neel entertained
Monday afternoon in honor of Mias
Anne McKinnon. After the game
•rrerel ladles cut for the prise, Mrs.
8. A. Gregg received a beautlfal piece
of head work. Than the hostess came
In with a very Ub-ge box, whieh she
Planted to Miss MeKinnon. On
opening It ahe found lovely pres auto
from the entire family. A thrae
coarae laaeheon was aerrad.
MUa Rose Doer gave a beautlfal
reception Monday evening la honor
of Miae McKinnon, who wee mer
ried Wednesday evening to Mr. La
mer Pegram of Lenoir. Th. geests
were presented with acorn earth
Cupids foe the lad lee and hearts for
the gentlemen. After the game the
«» Mr. George T AvTngm the
priaa The* Miae McKinnon received
■ handaeme gift, and last Mr*. Re
land Covington, after carefully cat
ting with Mr. James Maxwell Gregg,
bmame the ynmuiei of the booby—
a baaatifol Cupid. A aalad eourae
with aeoaeaoriee was served.
Aa Informal recaption wee held at
th* bow* «f Mb Anna MeXbwM
Taaaday evening after the rebearaal
at the cbareh. A magnificent dis
Ptajr ef Hand tone* praam ta waa alow
ad by tba gwaeta, among which was
a large cheat of elhrarr, tha gift of tha
gracWa family. Thl bride'■ wka
*** cot by Mia* McKinnon and tha
fta# waa captarad by Mia* Fan
Ont-of-town gaaats hare to attend
tba marriage ware Mias Jennie Pag.
ram of (laanoata, Mha ffaili Pag*
«*m ad Yorktown, g. O, Mia. Mattie
McNeill of Fayetteville, Mr. Plica
Pegnua of Yorktown, g. C, Mr. Fos
ter Clinton ad Gaatonia, Mr. H. B.
Paebar ad Gastonia, Mr. Ilwry Daff
of Ctadnaati, O.. Dr. Boland Clinton
ad Wibbngta* and Mr. B. N. Pa
gram of Gaatonia.
Taddb- and Hryaa.
Don’t aria* that mirth' producing
playlet in whisk Gam* and Doaaoily
rapraaaating Teddy sad Bill era aaar
tba loot river la bag* bad. They
settle tba l.tmMaaia mattar aad
drbk grape bb*. Yea aaa aaa this
>» Oobara'a Mbatrela. which appear
bar* tha ggtfc.
| WACKAM-B1TBBTO.N NOTES.
Lyoanm Coon* Ovar—(Mlgbtfal
Forty—Talaphan* at Ivimmlag
B«v. ui Mr*. Good* accompanied
by Mia* Martha Wataon, motorod to
Lam barton lait Wadnaaday. Miaa
Wataon viaited with friend* in that
good town until Friday.
Mr*. C. E. Duncan viaited bar
daughter, Mr*. Wayn* McNeill, of
Riverton, for a faw daya laat weak.
More naw car* on the a tract* of
Wag nun—Mr A. McNeill ha* a new
Dodge and Dr. W. C. Shaw haa a
The laat number of th* Lyceum
course booked for Spring HiU, wac
given in th* acbool auditorium Wad
naaday evening, March 8th. All the
entertainments wore elevating, high
toned and moat enjoyable; and wa
^••1 grateful to the three gentlemen
who mad* th* eouna poaaibl* by be
ing raaponaibl*. We bap* they era
no* in arrears, and that they will do
L«»t Friday evening;, a delightful
party was given in heoor of the
marie class at Spring Bill, by Missss
Annie McBryde and Cfit Cooley, at
the hone of the latter. Besides the
sueete of boner, Mine MeBryde'a
clow in music, the faealty of tka
•ehool and the high echoo) students
were preeent. In n aaotset of pros*
'waaiv. rook, Johnaoo Matthews woo
the prim. Delirious refreshments
were served la the dining room aad
«o«»t*ad of a salad coarse followed
by cream and ealca.
Neat Snoday morning at 11 o’clock
L. Gay, tba mti atlooo league
lecturer wlU be at Spring HJU
Mr. Bill Hints, the owner of the
Wag ram telephone system, expects
to tnatall a telephone at the River
ton Swimming Hole daring the sum
mer months. ‘Hello—U that you
Patterson Park? Nobody over there
thie lovely evening? I geese not,
your friends are all here.” 'Nough i
Return u Itolui
»r. J. McN Smith and bride re
turned to Rowland Friday morning.
Dr. Smith wai married in Baltimore
■omo time ego end haa tinea been
taking a apeeial coarse ia jMdJdno
in that city. He baa bean practicing
medicine hi Rowland lor several1
yaars and U one o# the moat promt-!
ncnt yoong phyeiciana ia thta pan of
• -D* «d »*n. Smith . Waited Or.
tethh’a mother, Mm. H. McN. Smith
horn thii week.
A Pleaaaat Visiter.
It waa oar plaaaure to hare aa a
Walter Saturday, Mr. W. T. Wright,
of Gibson. Mr. Wright is a stauaeh
and faithful friend to the Exchange.
Ha says a goad word Instead of
being a eaastle critic; he hirsts in*
■tcad of knocking, leaves sunshine
instead of shadows and wears a
smile instead of a grouch. Mo, ha
did not pay Ma subscription either,
for he is one of that aalaet dam
whom subscription la ahraya paid a
Tear or more hi advance. May his
kind never grow less.
I take this means of Inform ag the general
public that I hare opened a SEwING ROOM np
stain om R. G. Stone’s Optical office, for the
pnrpose of doing all kinds of altering, sack as
altering Coats, Pants, Ladiso* Coat Salts ete.
I also do tost daw Drees Making.
A trial will convince 70a as to tke quality of
my work. *
MRS. W. C. BARTLEY
EDEN GEM Cantaloupe Seed Personally Select
ed from all-orer-aetted Cantaloupes. All my
seed are gaaranteed to be as rood as the best
offered for sale anywhere.
Price $1.00 per pound.
Mall orders solicited,
W. P. HENLEY, Johns, N. C.
| BUSINESS LOCALS
.DENIABLE KOU8B ud lot os
®W* rtraet for iilo cheap. Hi*.
*>e*~SALE—pi*nt us good
j (natttlaa. Will Mi at a bargain
for *•*< »»33
?°5? £ »*•' condition.
J • Wl*8taa at Exchange otlW.
* ££.££3* S? JMSt
i Tr Ata’as*cr«
CANTALOUPS CRATES—I want
cantaloupe ehJppem to remember
that 1 am manitfe r farina tha b«t
can talonp« mu that ha % over boon
pot on tail market, and too, I want
*•« can vm thorn at tha
ri«kt_»jW. Don't place poor or
der* emtil too hoee aoao H. W. Me
Laurie or Everett Corlncton.
wANTED—An energetic active man
to aoLobllah permanent hnatnaaa
Whole or part time. Health aad
J. H. WADE has bought
the Woody prating cflsb sad
has a good man in charge.
The work is all done at
Wfcde’s old stand. Uee only
«ne 'phone for the buiineos,
WADE IS ON THE JOB
ootyod »t March term. 1*14, Beet-1
Oa. Car A Locomotive Co. va. A, M.
> I will expose for sale at peb
Hoe,fer taeh, the following
..P'yjy. •* the Court
House doer of Scotland county, la
4*. t*wa of Leurinburr, at 11
?,d«* "U on the SOth day of
**•£*• 1*1*, the locomotive operat
•* IjMi A. M. Calawa, lettered -A.
M. Catem Lumber Co? No. 1, tha
jPlaoa Court House Door. Latvia.
' 'MJ* M. L. JOHN,
18-1^ j ; Coramieiioner.
«aat to leogti? Thou by
aaa Gano and Donnelly
•4" “» MUeu minutes of tha
PMfenfBhoa that Coburn*. Minstrel*
will fit* bora the EOth.
Mr. *. 2. Bother land, who
WMt operation for appoadieHia
at tha ^Hamlet Hoipjtal two weak.
MO Thpaday, returned to hie home
CAR OF FINE
!■ this lot yoa will fiad Mnethiaff that wiH
joat Mil yon.
Theee were booffht epedally for this eeetiea
end are in the fineet eoadltkwL
It win pey yon to look tUe lot over before yew
do any buying. PRICES ARE RIGHT.
’Phone 124 Lanrinbnrff, N. C.
War Has Closed
Stop talking War and tail year friend* when
they can ear* money. They can etve money by
baying their meets from
THE SANITARY MARKET.
W* are oot going to aaU to tome ooe at one
price and to others at another price, bat me ace
going to aell to everybody the aama.
THE BE8TCUT8 OF BEEF, PORK AND
VEAL AT 171-Sc.
And remember too, oar MentJ era strictly .atrfT
fed. Nothing but Mountain Beef and VeaL
We also keep Pith and Oyetare, Chicken* end
Zggi and Country Produce, and in fact, anything
to ant that ia kept In an up-to-date market.
Thaae Prices Start the 8th.
We appreciate yoar huaiaem and win give you
Good Meats, Prompt Service and QMck DeMmcim.
All me aak is for "Our**” when pay day r iasa
The Sanitary Market
J. L. Harrell & Co. Props.
Lanrinbnrg, N. C. ’Phone 156
Spray Your Trees
Don’t neglect your fruit trees
and then expect toget good fruit.
If yon have only a few trees a
MYERS SPRAY PUMP will pay
for itself in a larger yield and a
Spray your garden and chicken
coops and get better yields from
them. Chickens Jay better if
they are healthy. Give ’em a
We’ve just received a shipment
of these Spray Pumps.
Prices 50c to $6.00.
“The Quality Hardware Shop.”