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Easter la Just oaa month eft.
Mr. and Mr*. T. C. Everett spent
yesterday In Charlotte.
“Walk This Way" is tho attraction
at tha opera house tonight.
Mr. H. & Ledbetter, of Rocking
ham, spent Thursday in. the city.
Nick Glynn srill be looking for you
at the opera house tonight.
Mrs. J. O. Cox, of Spencer, is the
guest of her sou, Mr. W. H. Cox.
According to the calender Spring
slipped down out of the lap of winter
Mrs. H. W. McLaurin returned Sat
urday from a visit to relatives at Co
lumbia. S. C.
Friday of next week ‘Tack’s Bad
Boy" will Coens to town. The play
will be teen at the opera house Fri
Mrs. D. P. McLeod, of Bed Springs,
was the guest of bar daughter, Mrs.
Angus Lyteh, several days during the
Mias Betty Clark, who has been the
guest of her aunt, Mrs. T. C. Everett,
returned to hair home at Spencer Sun
An examination for rural mail car
riers to serve route from Hasty will
he held both here and at Bennetia
ville oa April 8th.
Messrs. G. B. Patterson, of Max
tea, awl J. C. McCormick, of Wil
mington, were Laurinburg vlaiten
Mies Maggie McDoegald, of Ham
let, spent Sunday In the city with her
sisters, Mrs. L C- Edgsrton end Miae
Mrs. A. M. Fairly has returned
from a stay of one weak at Tsrboro,
where the was called on account of
the illness of bar mother.
Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Oibaon and
children, of Bed Springs, were the
Sunday gneats of Mr. Gibeoa’s moth
er, Mrs. J. T. Cibeon.
Don’t forget to bo on hand at the
school house tomorrow night- This
big get together meeting la your af
fair and you will he expected.
Tomorrow the local high school
-team will play their first bell gams
of the season with a team repre
senting tha Spring HiU school.
Misses Myra Jordan and Maggie
Clark, members of the graded school
faeutly, spout Saturday in Charlotte
tha guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Pat
Mias Bettis MeDougald returned
last week from a trip of on# month,
daring which time she visited her
brothers at St. Louis, Mo., and Sa
Tha base ball lid was pried off Fri
day afternoon. A negro team, rep
resenting the Lsuiinburg Normal A
Industrial Institute engaged a team
from Marten in tha national sport.
Mr. Bdwiu Brower, of Concord, a
grandson of Mrs. N. MeN. Smith of
this dty, has accepted a position with
tha now corporation that will operate
the cotton mills at Hope Mills.
Mrs. Jamas Long left Tuesday
morning far Winston-Salem wham
she went to represent the Indies’
Missionary Society of tha First Bap
tist church at tha Baptist Stats Wo
Governor Craig Tuesday commuted
to Ufa imprisonment tbs death sen
tence passed upon Mrs. Ida Ball War
ran and Samuel F. Cristy. They wars
under sentence of denth for the mur
der of G. J. Warren nod the date far
tha aleatr caution was ant tor Friday
<f next weak.
In passing upon the mutter Gover
nor Craig said:
"But aa the Governor of the State
of North Carolina, it it eat my judg
ment that the majaaty of the law da
manda that thia woman ahall he pet
to death. I cannot con torn plate with
approval that thia woman, unworthy
and blackened .by aan though aha be,
ahall be shrooded la the cmeeeeate of
death, dragged aleeg the fatal eorvi
dor aad boond in the chair of death.
The apy baa ht all countries bean pun
ished with death. Germany execut
ed the woman apy; England did not
The notion of the military governor
of Belgium area condemned by the
aouegsnss ef the world The hilling
of this woman would tend a shiver
through North Carolina. Humanity
dooa not apply to woman the inexora
ble law that H deee to man. Thia
mur aria# from miaeoneelvad senti
mentality, it may artea from the daap
inettoeta of Urn suae.”
felkcman Slaughter of Proper,
who aoma weaka ago abet end k Iliad
Kvsrir.gton'i Drag 8tor* ia a»
iMMaciag something bow ia Lour la
bo rg in an tdmtbl—t In this Inm.
It is b root room that ia thrown open
to thoao who com* to Laurinburg to
(hop from out of town.
Manager Robertson stated to tho
Exchange man that they had two
large rooms fitted up for tho comfort
of thoec wbo came to Laurinburg to
shop or spend the day, and who Had
no friends to visit or nu private pises
to leave their package*, robes, etc.
It is an inviting rast room, and tha
uso of thvso rooms is not conditioned
upon your making any amount of pur
chases from this store, but is opsnad
for your convenience and comfort, and
whether you have drugs to bay or
not, or whether you bay from Ever
ingtoD's Drug Store is not to enter
the question of your baiog wel
-wiiis to use them.
Laurinburg needs a community rest
room, bat It has not sack, and it ia
most thoughtful in tha manageioaDt
of this popular drag store to make
thia provision for the comfort and
pleasure of tbs thousands at people
who oome to Laurinburg from every
section to do their shopping.
Evsrlngtoo's Drug Store is to be
oongrmtainted for this progressive and
sensible move, and there is no ques
tion bat that the people of Scotland
ewanty wbo visit Lsurinburg will
■how their appreciation in a substan
Tho Exchange is glad to announce
the fact that tho Gulf Refining Com
pany, who have boss represented on
tha Iocs] market far several months
by Mr. J. E. Phillips, have decided
to put in s largo storage plant here
sod tasks-Lsurinburg a distributing
point for their products in tho sur
They will soon begin tho erection
of settable buildings, storage tanka,
office* and warehouse* to toko care of
tha enlarged business they will pise*
bore. The expenditure for buildings
etc, will approximate **,000. Those
will be erected on the Lasriabarg A
Southern Railroad at a point near the
Tm addition of this enterprise to
Laurinburg'* buiUMM ind comner
rial Ufa will be generously welcomed
by the tewn. <
Mr. Phillips will hare charge of the
Saw Sanford Church.
Judge Walter L. Neal had ether
members of a committee from the
Methodist church at Lauriobarg, were
here last week to aee the new Steele
Street Methodist church and learn
something of the plana of the build
ing. They are planning to erect a
new church at Laurinburg and may
build it according to the plans of the
Sanford church.—Sanford ITiprom
Goes With "Ttirmiuf Co.
Mr. J. Coble McIntyre, who has for
' beg while boon tho assistant to
Southern Express Agent Bay, and
whq bfS made a faithful and efficient
helper about tho telegraph and ex
proa# office, has resigned hie position
with Mr. Boy to accept tho position
of shipping clerk for tho
Co, wholesale grocers.
Mr. McIntyre will take up his new
Passenger train No. 4S of tho
Jontham Bailway was wrecked at
laiaietowii early Sunday nlggt. Tho
wreck waa caused by a derailed
freight ear which waa traveling on
a parallel track. One person, n Mrs.
Hiatt, of High Point, waa killed and
twahte^ther persona Injured, some
Pruoly Given by a Laurinburg Cltl
WhM on* has suffered tortures
tram a bad back and found relief fraa
tha aches and pains, that person’s
advise is of untold valae to Mend*
M*d neighbors. The following neigh
borly advies comas tram a Laorinburg
Mes. J. C. Cals, Laurinburg, says:
"for live jeers I was in misery with
wrak kidney* and fee weak* at a tint*
was down In bad. The kidney seen*,
thsna ware scanty. My back ached
almost cosrstanly. Often tha trouble
kept *M from sleeping and mornings
I aauM hardly gat op. My head
arhad and 1 bad «say spalls and waa
all ran down. Nothing did iris much
good util I hoard about Doan’s Kid
ney PUls and gat a supply. They
aasad the misery la my back. I took
about four boxes at Dean’s Kidney
Pills and they Improved my health In
ovary way. 1 still take Doan’* Kid
asp Villa now and than sad they al
ways do good work.”
PNe# Ido, at aO dealers. Don't
simply ask for s kidney remedy—get
Dean's Kidnap PIS*—the mm* that
Pm pa, Mala, N. Y.—Ad*.
• llave You • Sand PUa.
I observed a looomotlva la tha railroad
yard one day;
It was standing at tha roadhouse,
where the locomotives etay;
It wmt panting for tha journey. It was
coaled aad fully manned.
Aad h had a box tba ftremaa waa fill
ing foil ef aand.
It appears that locomotives cannot al
ways gat a grip
On their aisndsr Iron pavements,
'cans* tba urhoala nr* apt to
So whan thay reach a alippary spot,
their tactics thay command.
And to get a grip upon tha rail, thay
sprinkle K with aand.
It's about this way with travel along
Ufa’s slippery track—
If your load ia rather heavy, aad
you’re always sliding back;
If a common locomotive you complete
You’ll provide yourself in starting
with a good supply of sand.
If your track is steep and hilly and
you have a heavy grade.
And if those who Vs gone before you
have tha rails quite alippary
If you'd over reach tha summit at tits
You'll And you’ll have to do it with a
liberal use ef saad.
If yaw strike some frigid weather aad
discover to your coat
That you’re liable to slip upon a heavy
coat of frost,
Tbsa soma prompt, decided action will
oa called late demand—
And you'll slip “way to tha bottom if
you haven’t any aand.
You can gat to any station that to on
Ufa’s schedule seen.
If there's fire beneath the boiler of
ambition's strong machine;
And you’ll reach a pises called Flush
town at a rate of spaed that’s
If for all the slippery places youVs
a good supply or aand.
—Ben Franklin Monthly.
Tba Spring term of Federal Court
will convene here nest Tuesday with
Judge Maury G. Connor, of Wilaon,
The Laurinborg court la rather
yoeng and but few, If say, civil ac
tions have been docketed. There are
several eases ef blockading on the
docket however, but not enough to
keep the court in session many days
at bast. ,
Murders Four aad Kills Self.
D. C. Patterson, of Greensboro, de
spondent because of loss erf position
end business failure at Hopewell, Va,
Tuesday morning shot to death Us
four children, Louise, 1«; Gordon aad
France*, twins, 8; Cowles, T, aad me
quickly as ha could reload his sreapon,
ended his own life.
Pattersua made a will shortly be
fore tba tragedy in whfah.ha directed
that the bodies of such of the chil
dren aa should die be hurled at Lib
erty, his old been a; that plain earnest
slabs should be placed at the heads
erf their graves, but that these taark
are should bear na inscriptions. It
farther provided that if any of hit
children “survived", they should re
ceive whatever property be had and
the proceeds of hie insurance. He
appointed « tk» - for the
survivor* his 1 -thar. Dr. R. D. Pat
tenon, at Liberty.
The wife and step-mother of the
children, who was also the sister af
their mother, was tba only member
of the family to weep* the Ineune
father aad husband.
A. C. Inman, formerly a merchant
in ML Airy and a man of soma preen
insane, was arrested to 8L Louie a
fuw days ago and braagfct back t* ML
Airy to answer a charge at forgery.
BVBB SALIVATED BY CALOMEL?
<^■1—t *■ QiMdlw and Acta Like
Dynamite on Taw Liver.
I A .
Calomel Iom you a day! Ton know
what calomel i«. H’> mercury; guick
ailwr. Calomel ll dangerooe. It
naahaa into sour bOe Iflca dynamha.
cramping mad sickening yen. Calomel
attack* the bone# end • boo Id never be
put into yew system.
When you feel bilious, sluggish,
constipated and all kuotked eat and
balleva you aaed a doea of dangerous
calomel Jest remember that yeur
druggist sell* far 80 cento a large
bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone, which
ia entirely vegntahlo and pleasant to
tako and le perfect substitute for
calomel. It is guaranteed to etart
your liver without stirring you ap la
tide, aud csm net salivate.
Deut taka calomel! It *ckn you
atok the next day; it loess you ■ day's
oun m4 ui w
■■--r- wtra ts-i ;^£S
J. P. Wigging at Exchange odteo.
1 £&£3*3? £IJ Jr%£
£r“ci?W£ sys !£S3;
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.lot of eheate welrhmT"fr^TBO
Mci auSsr41 for “l#- *** H W
CAMTALOUP* CRATES—I want
cantaloupe elrippen to remember
**»* I •*> manufacturing the beet
cantaloupe crate that ha* ever been
P«t oa tCa market, aad tee, I want
?*!* PJn!*' Place your or
der* until you hare eeen H. W. Me
Lamria or Krerrtt Covington.
■••on<I Head Auteaao
b«¥o N. C. U.1S
BA&QAJNfl 1b SwoBd Hand AstoBo
bileo. Oibaon Brother*, Lourti»
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LOST'-Xey ring containing three Bat
!“7*v “S of vhJch 11 marked
Mooter Key.• Return to this of
Laartaburg, N. C.
sieroftT or th* condition or
Tie Ml a UftSK.
jtiMjhm or Nona u*r«Vao M M -~
1 »iNi II MAroA 1. mi
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wJtorr FaMIc. I
There art nu; persons in this county who fed, pea.
aibly. that ttrtr business does not warrant the keeping of
* bank account, but who would, la reality, ha greatly
Thie is a mistaken Idea. A bank account ii valuable
to every person who transacts business.
You are enabled to keep your aooey where It is safe
yet it is available In part or whole at any time.
You can pay all bills by check. This gives you a re.
eeipt for every dollar paid, far all checks are returned to
you after having been paid by your bank.
The fact that you poarnus a bank aeoount givau you
a better standing asnoog huataaasman and enables yon to
establish a credit with your bank when you have need of
» •. v •* i, ' Wr''.•’a
We Welewne Small Account! At Thfa
The State Bank
I have a supply at Rieka’ Big Boll sod Tools Cotton Baud
forage. Those soeds were specially aeloetod sad will give
the finest results. Pries SLOO per bushel.
I also have a limited amount of Pure Ribbon Cane 8mm.
made from 8eed Ribbon Cane. Thie was personalty
after whan it was made, and Is m good as It is possible to
make K. For sale only In barrel lata
J. G. WARWICK
Lanrinburg. N. C. B. P. D. No. 2.
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