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Mr. a. Bobissoa, of Mandat. part
Htsedsy la th* dpr
M. Lonnie If am mood spent the
tm Of the wash at Hendersonville.
Mr. B. W. Hargett, of Klnaton, waa
a business visitor to the city Tuesday,
Masers. Andrew Smith and H. H.
atubbe, of Fairmont, were Laurinburg
Mg. and Mrs. B. L. Hammond re
turned Sunday morning from a trip
to WasUngton, D. C.
Mrs. J. R. Gordon, of Hamlet, spent
Ms week-end hers with bar mother,
Mrs. E. A. Stewart.
Messrs. McKay McKinnon and T. L.
Steith, of Martoa, ware Laatfaborg
Attorney Donald Phillips, af Rock
*-g*— waa a Lenrinburg visitor
Masers. 1. E. Carpenter sad G. B.
Putt arson, of Maxtoa, wars Lmis.
hare visitors yretarday.
Mis. W. L. Mania sad daughter,
Mias Edith, of Eaflald, are Urn guasta
af Mrs. Mary Whitakm.
Mrs. Allan SavUla, M Richmond,
Yu. waa tho guest * Mrs. Roland
MsefsMtea during the past wash.
Mm. H. A. Stewart sad daughter,
IM Baas, returned from a visit to
MPUves at Lsmbsrton Monday night
Mr. D. T. Bias and family have
moved to the house oa Church street
jast vacated by Mr. T. C. Everett and
Mr. Dickson McLean, af Lumberton,
spent Sunday la the city visiting hie
aiatara, Mrs. T. J. Dunn sad Mrs. C.
Kn. J. T. John sad deugnter, aw
Alice, of Johns, Mis. Alex Grs«g.
M Isaac Mat and Era McEachia. spent
Friday In Charlotte.
Mum John Morrison, O. L. Henry
sxS W. A McDonald, of Rockingham,
sm bars Tuesday to attand upon
the irscins of Federal Court.
Mbs Ins McNair, Mrs. R. C. Ever
ett, Mia. Jaa. A. Jonaa and Miss Em
ma Ritek spent Tuesday marnlng in
Tha Lord’s Supper will bo celebrat
ed at the Presbyterian church Sunday
morning. Preparatory serricea will
be held at «:00 o'clock Friday night.
Mrs. W. A. Rudd, af Hightower.
who-has been tha guest of her eon,
' Mr. E. 8. Rudd during the peat week,'
.returned to her homo Tuesday.
Mrs. H. M. Eubanks it expected to
return this weak from Atlanta, Ge.,
where aha has been visiting Mrs. M.
L. Troutman for tha past three weeks.
Miss Martha Fairly and Mr. Harrsy
Evans have been chosen to rspree wit
StawartsviUa township in tha recita
tion and declamation contests at tha
Mr. William Dawkins won out in
the declamation contest at Laurel HfH
Monday night, sad will represent WiL
namuoo township at the County Com
Measrs. J. C. Thomas, J. B. Cock
men, Edgar Hall, Luther Clark, M.
W. Mcluan, W. M. MeFadyan and E.
Ik Smith, erf Bastard, era hem this
week attending Federal Court.
Wu are glad to note that Hr. T. &
Russell, whs has bean quite ill for
auroral days la eumaslml hatter at
this time. His bow, Mr. Shepherd
Russel], af Petersburg, Vs., arrived in
tha city yesterday to ha at Us bed
Mr. D. K. King, of Hanford, Was a
lanWnff riaitor this weak, coming
km ta attend tha eeiaion at Federal
Oort. Mr. King ia a Laoriabarg
boy, and a great many at am readm
will reoall the family of which bo ia
tha yoaageot bob, that at Mr. John
Xing, who Hoed bare daring the time
that the Seaboard maintained tta re
pair abcpe here. Mr. King is a bright
many of Msfri^d^of thTleag ago
while ia the city.
The prmmtetion to W employes at
the Southern railway of bronae med
als of honor by President Fairfax
Harrtaon gatarday marked a notable
day ia raflroad circles in the Char
lotte division at the service. The
medals ware givan to all whe had an
aninter rapted eervice at t$ years.
The oil nt mu In tha dhrieten, J. P.
Reynolds, whe has been in the tarries
tm to yea*. was unable to b* on
Workmen Shtarday while cieening
cat the eld Ooauaenwealth ffttrftn
mil at Durham, which haa net been
optstUd In Mfml piivi, fepad
what le mid to be »11,000 worth at
dye etaff. The boOdtag end plant woe
■eld several months age te the Dda
, MUX CAPTURES,
bcwl Btill la Elatary af Coeaty
Scotland folks drink a good daat of
liquor, but moat of It eomos la qtmrta,
and only ovary onto to a whllo, Thor*
i* perhapo a* Uttia moonshine liquor
made In Scotland county aa any coen
ty la tha State, but even Scotland la
not free from this illegal traffic.
Only two liquor stills have ever
been captured in Scotland county.
Several years ago. Deputy Sheriff
Lamar P. Smith took oae into hla care
and keeping, but since then there has
been but an occasional reason to (as
pect that such an enterprise had
housed itself In the county.
Some days ago, tha same officer and
his brother, Frank Smith, who serves
as a rural policeman, received infor
mation that certain parties were re
viving more oorn meal than it ap
pealed Just an ordinary person net
doing a retail grocery basin see, had
need of. Now corn meal la an im
portant factor in tha manufacture of
oorn liquor, and the possession of too
much, especially if you live (lose to a
creak, makaa matters look rather sue
Foil owing up the deduction that
then# extra supplies of oorn meal per
haps meant the existence of a still,
the officer* began a systematic search.
This was the program for several
days and nights, but no still was
On Saturday evening the place ^e
located and about six o'clock Sunday
morning the Smith brolhtru and Mr.
J. E. Wright mad* the raid and cap
tured the oufftt. It waa practically
new and from .the looks of things
about tha place, had not been oper
ated more than ase or two timos.
Along with the still they found U
barrels of beer and about one and a
half fallow* at aaw eon liquor. No
ooa waa at tha etfll aad no arraata
have baaw made.
Tha at ill was located In an ideal,
place on the crash about one mils be
low the oM Morgan water mill and
abort three miles from Old Hundred
hack toward Laurel Hill.
la a secluded spot close by the of
ficer* found a little cabin, evidently
where the distiller* lived, but “nobody
was to home.'* In the cabin they
found n full aat of cooking utensil*,
mattress so. quilts, ate. This tha of
ficer* burned. Tha outfit was brought
hare to Laurinburg aad is carefully
housed at the dourt house.
Mr. Varner Bore.
Mr. H.- M- Varner,' at Lexington,
who la ooo of the several candidates
to succeed Hon. R. N. Page as Cow-'
groaaaan from this, the Seventh Dis
Mr. Vaznar U one of the mart me
restful newspaper men in North Caro
lina, and la prominent throughout the
South as owe of Urn leading advocates
of good roads. He is a fearless fight
er for tha things that era for tha
coaunon good. Ho la a man that be
gan at the vary bottom and has by
reason of hi* rakl worth risen to a
position of prominence that it both
enviable and moot commendable.
Monroe] March IA—J. Dunham
Bandy, Saab sard baggageman*! (wa
ning between Monroe and Atlanta, in
Mdtated salt Thursday In Atlanta far
t&flOO damages against J. 0. Mc
Haa, night alack at the Southern Ho
tel In that city, for alleged slander.
The petition, which was filed by At
iomay W. A- Coburn, art eat that Mc
haa told several persona that Bandy
had stolen a WOO diamond ring owt
of the hotel oaf*. Attorney Cofewzn
stated that etwaa that tha* a negro
porter in tha hotel had boon arrested
and bad admitted the theft of the
Bandy, who bum Mb homo Horo
** » *°o 8. B. Bandy, who repro
BOMU tha Interna hoaai Harvaatar
ComptMy, trttH hoadguartaro at Char
la Oavofauad eaaaty roeontly Horri
toa Cook, at woafc In a odea m!na, SO
to SB foot oadoTyroand, waa oaocht
by a eovo-ta, Ma body yraaaod agolnot
a piek-Haadla, which ydnctand Ma
bewail. Ufa waa extinct whan tha
body waa raoavorad. Mr. Cook waa
a Confederate aoldlor and waa 70
Mm, B. V. Lenta visited is Char
lotte laat weak.
A large crowd of Olbne people at
tended Coburn** Mlnetxeta to Hamlet
Bora to Mr. and Mra. L. W. Odom,
a girl—Mildred Wyotnia
Mr. X. D. Handemon'i new reel
denee U almoet completed.
We art glad to not* that Mr. Char
lie Croeland lk aome better.
Mm. W. Z. (libson, MU* Willie Gib
eon and Mrs. J. L. Gibaon attended
the millinery opening at Bennett*vlUs
Mr*. W. F. Thomas waa In Char
lotte last week taking treatment un
der Dr. Neeblt.
Bora to Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Gibaon,
Meter*. J K. Cibsen, Ziba Gibaon,
Ell Cibeon and T. C. Adams motored
to Raleigh last week.
Mr. and Mm. Fetaer were In Char
latte laat weak.
A number of Gibson people attend
ed "Walk TtaU Way" in Leterinburg
Mr. Ralph Oibeen, of Laurloborg,
waa a Gibaon visitor Batarday.
Mm. T. J. Adams and Mra. M. L.
Gibaon vtalted la BenaettaviUe laat
Dr. Parka, af Lagrange la uMtfc«
hie daughter, Mra. F. D. Gibaon. '
Mis* Both Bristow of the faculty
of the Gibson High S<*ool apani the
— il in MaCalL
Mr. and Mm. T. C. Hamer, of Ben
taettevUle. visited in Cibsen Sunday.
Mr. and Mra. Stella, Mr. and Mra.
0. T. Goodwin and Mr. and Mra. Boy
kin, of Hamlet, were Gibeon visitor*
Mr. Douglas Odom visited in St
Paula Uat week.
Pod* McKcask Marriage.
feudi Own, March 17.
la the township preliminary held
at the school House Friday night. Miss
Mary Snead woo the distinction of
representing her school In the recita
tion contest at Coanty Coauoenee
maot -Mr. Patterson Covington won
oat in the dec le motion ran toot. Poor
Ctrl* contented for the red tar's place,
while five boys took part ia the dec
lamation contest. Attorney W. H.
Weetherspoon, Dr. J. L. Gibson, and
Dr. A. B. Cannady of, Loorbiburg
acted as Judge*.
In the prettiest gams of Hnf ball
ever seen here our base ball team tri
umphed over1 the team of the Mason's
Grass School by the fancy boots of
^ The game was featured by the
Cnee, byitke catching of fowm,;siiI|
Norton's boms ran in the sixth.'
These two teams wfll play again
Thursday at Mason’s Chose. '
Mr. John McXeozi* and Mine Alma
Pack ware quietly married Sunday
morning at the home of the bride’s
father, Mr. Joe Peek. Tha com
munity Joins in wishing fv (ham tha
bent Is life. “
Charlotte Petka *-g
A number of the prograadve bud
nans men of Charlotte wffl make a
"Bodabillty Tour" down this ami of
the 8aaboerd on Tirnkj of next
The tour will he made on a apodal
train, which win leave Charlotte at
740 a. m. They will step at aH of
the towns along the line, leering
Hamlet 8:18 p. mi; arrive Laurd HOI,
8:48 p. m.) leave Laurel Hill 8:80 pi
m.; arrive Laurinburg 4:05 p. m.;
leave Laurinburg 6:18 p. m.; arrive
Maxtor, 6:80 p. ns.; leave Maxtsu 740
Laurinburg will be mighty glad to
have these good Meekkahurgan ax
Maal to North Dakota.
That tha Loe-Land Mm, which ia
owned and operated by Mr. ft. K. Lay,
mDm a flea prod net ia notad to tha
fhet bat a shipment of eon maal,
which thia mill b notad for making
Joat a bit better than moat otheta. hes
Amt beam made to On, North Dhkota.
Mr. Lee luu a One equipment at hit
country estate to milling
aad a party who waa Waftiag I* Latt
fhdmrg taaiad a bit of bread bade
from (the loe-Tand meal, and waa a»
enamored with Ita flat |intthn that
ha boaght a quantity and had ft ship
ped to hie far away bone.
. — i
Prof. N. Glal dot, of tha China Mb*
Won, will dalieor a oeriee of iiiiirmni
aa China la tha Mothodiit oharah b
thia city, beginning on Monday night
next MW running through the weak.
These address ss will ba apaa to tha
pohUe, and tha member* af all tho
aongragatbno bra cordially ianrftad U
attend. Prof. Oos's intimate acquaint.
mbs with tho Bald aad delightful
maaaar of handling tftp subject,
makaa him an attractive apoakor, aad
a treat la b atom for al who attend.
DURABLE HOUSE end lot on
OiNkibMtteuUAiM. H in
i'OB BALE—Battling plant m good
for caatTor axahaasa far Uie"m£toJ
I SELL Daybreak Arid Phoepfcate,
Good lot af aboate weighing from M
to 80 povada for sale. Boa H. W.
CANTALOUPS CRATES—I waat
cantaloupe ehlpper* to rameartiar
tkat I am manu/aetorimg tba beat
eantalaapa crate that baa ever been
put on thie market, and too, I want
to toy tbat yoa can gat them at the
right price. Don’t place your or
der* anti] yoo have aeon H. W. Ko
Lanrin or Everett Covington.
THREE nice young milk eowa with
prang eatoaa for enle. A. L. Me
BABQAPfB la^ Second Hand Aateaaa
b^. tCC?" Brotkm’ U5?S
BARGAINS to Second Band Atom*
bilea. Gibaon Brother*, Laorln
brg, M. q11-16
BARGAINS la Second Hand Agtnaco
bOaa Gibeon Brother*. Lourba
banr. N. C 11-16
AFTER April Ut the Ufa of an to
&•«»«** at Currie's lee Houe is
t six days—each Monday la Fay
IF you want yaar automobile or your
Buggy Top, Cushions, Harness or
■hoes repahud. see aw. Ladies’ and
AWiwi fine shoes a specialty.
R- *• Overby. Next deer to Gibson
Bros. " lS-pd
LOST—Key ring coataiaiag three flat
hey*, one of which is narked
Master Kay." Return to this of
• -m. aa^MM
WANTED—Men to salicit consign
ment shipments of fruit and vege
lire commission noose which eaa
satisfy shippers. Write ta John
son A Gilbert. Ill Dock St., PMJa
FOR SALE—Com plate Job Printing
outfit including two job • presses,
plan tv of type, furniture, eta. Will
. aeS ebeep or exchange for eat own
_ Wlw n for some printer. B.
tt-mywum. Laurinburg. N. O;
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Lsurinburg, N. C.
Bcfifiainf Monday, April
MMatfam 3 to 5 Every
Admission S and 10 carta.
Night 7 (o 11
Admission 10 cents.
Monday and Wednesday.
Diamond From the Sky
Thursday, and eu other
days Full 4 Reel Program
of the best pictures obtain
Rex Beach’s Famous 'Novel
in pictures May 4 th
9 Reds of pleasure.
kotics or uimoujtion.
' mtaMOT Me Ua
Do orphan bags ‘huh* gandt”
Bead this aad that a nan a i far ywr
Heary Gessaway Daria of West v£
!•»>**, age M. Ha waa far U years.
• U- *• Senator aad waa the daw
eratls candidate far riee-preeidaat in
1M4 an the ticket with Alton B. Par.
her. Mr. baria begaa aa a pear bey.
father Up*, who In hie cnrly - had
to eapport not only himeoif bat a
faaaiiy. Ha Itacaoia a brmkeman on &a
Baltimore nods Ohio railroad. Baal
Iring the great poaaibilltiw of Um
Watt Virginia mountain region
through which hi* train paaaad avoay
day. he saved Ms wages and bought
land when H waa cheap. Ha became
eaa of the richest man in tha United
State*—Our Fatherless Ottos.
MkM» MmSh, <Ma hbepamd
by Mr. Sun Epatain, who mm km
teem Baafatd. Mr. fptiki It •
brewer of o» t.wnnnar, Mr. Jm*fc
Ha will tarry a Mae of fancy draaa
waar geode, aad will he located Iraaa
of the new baildlaga Jaat baing 0am>
pitted by Rev. W. C. Barrett.
"The mi who erne mat wiaafy mid,
*>a eora yoa’ro right, thaw ga ahead/
Might well ham addad tide, to wit:
la tore you’re wrong before yaw
At lap! a tooth Paste that really acremptiebea
desired remits. Has rmgtional dsaatag and
whitening qaaUtss. Are refreshing, partly an
tkaptic dentifrice that bans a delicious taste sad
■watt breath. Neutralises acidity ate keeps
Cum la a healthy eoaAtian. A trial take will
deUght yon or money refunded. Distinctly dif
ferent from ordinary tooth paatjm msdr of tbo
pniest ingredients by expert chemists.
Remember that we hare equipped far year
convenience a comfortable Beat Beam In the rear
of oar store. You are always welcome to nee it.
Our prescription department is nadcr the
care -of a competent, gradaate and registered
Pharawcist, and year prsacriptions will he filed
with that can aad accaracy that bafety demands.
Yon an always welcome at
Everington’s Drug Store
THE 8AN-TOX STORE
^__ _ .. _>•' •
I Don’t Let Your Neighbors
Get an early start and beat them out.
A Mtrio work each mo rning with Quality
I—"tn tnrh —11! arrmapHsh iraailisa In
vegetable* etc., and save you candd>
arable of tbe high coat of living.
Garden Sets, Garden Plows, Rhovels,
Folks, Hon and Rakes. Yon anut
rake the earth before f$m can mica a
crop af anything, and wo have tho teolc
to da the Taking.
. Sanford & Son
I “The Quality Hardware Shop.”
J have a ropply of Rieka' Bit Boll and Tool# Cotton Rood
for aale. Theoa erode wore epee tally aelacted and wOl *iv#
the floeet reaulta. Price 11.00 per boahel.
I aba Have a limited amount of Pure Ribbon Cana Syrup,
made from 8eed Ribbon Cana. Thla waa pereonally looked
after when ft waa made, aod ia aa rood a. it I. poLbie to
rank# It Par aale only In btnral lata
J. G. WARWICK
Luriakur N. C. R. F. D. No. 1.