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Mrs. Carl McLean spent Saturday
with Rockingham relative*.
Miu Fas Louie* Neal is spending
aomeilmo with relatives at Nowbarne.
Attorney M. L. John spent Satur
day in Wilmington on legal business.
Chief of Police Hubbard is giving
his home on Cronly street a now lid.
Mr. H. W. McLaurin made a busi
ness trip to Miami. Fla., during the
Mr. R. S. Jonas, of Maxton, R. F.
D. No. 1, was a Laurinburg visitor
Mr. W. T. W right, of Gibson, R. F.
D. No. 1, was a business visitor in the
Mla> Annie Roee entertained the
Elisabeth Browning Book Club Toea
dny ef terooorj.
Mr. W. D. Reynolds, a popular
young buoineao man of Gib eon, was a
Laurinburg visitor Friday.
Mr. H. F. Bonwotl, ■ prominent law
yer and RopabUean politician, of Car
thage, spent Friday base.
Rev. £. A. Osborne, of Charlotte,
conducted servicee at 8t. David's
Episcopal church here Sunday mora
Miss Mirnile McKinnon, a member
of the Rochdale school faculty, Gib
son, spent tbs week-end with Lsurtn
Misses Irens Prince and Bern Bry
ant, students st Converse College,
8pertsnbsrg, 8. C., spent the week
end here with relatives.
An examination for rnrml mail car
riers to All vacancies at the Hasty
poatoOee, will bo hold hers and at
Beimittaville, S. C., Saturday.
Miss Margaret Wilkinson, a stud
ent st Queens Collage, Charlotte,
spent the week-end here with her
mother, Mrs. Bessie Wilkinson.
Mr. Harry Everett, who is taking a
special coarse la pharmacy at Page’s
School of Pharmacy, Raleigh, spent
Sunday in the city with his mother,
Mrs M. W. Everett.
Mrs. Mary Whitaker, Mlae Edith
Harris sad Dr. W. T. Herndon went
—asp to Sanford Friday to be present
dtthe debate between, the Lsnrinburg,
and Sanford schools
Miss Janie McNeill, who has bass
teaching at WhftaviDa, baa returned
to her home near Laurel Hill. She
and her deter, Miss Edith, were Lsa
rinb ^Sj shoppers Saturday.
Mr. A. P. Leach, a Scotland boy
who has mads good with s big G st
La Grunge, spent several days hare
the pail week. Mr. Leach is a large
plantar of tobacco aa wall si eotton.
After as absence of more than alx
* y-ar», daring which time ha has work,
ad at various points in Georgia, Mr.
Walter Medlia, arrived in the city
Satardsy to opend a few weeks base
with bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Express Agent Mr. 2. F. Say. and
Us assistant, Mr. Curtis Falla, have
been confined to their homes with
serore cases of mumps. During their
Illness Mr. Coble McIntyre looked
after tbs affaire at the express aad
telegraph oOes. ^
Mr. La Orange Sistrunk, of the U.
S. Navy with assignment to tbe U. &
Battleship Pennsylvania, who has
baas sta timed at Norfolk, Va., spent
Tuesday in tbs efty with hie sunt,
Mia. W. McN. Lytah. Mr. Sistrunk
is eff an a furlough and is sn route to
Us bctne at Ooala. Fla. -
Mrs. W. T. Wright aad daughter,
Miaa Leila, of Gibson, R. F. D. No. 1,
were pleasant callers at this oOoe
Friday. Mis. Wright says the taxm
en in her section are preparing to
pleat tbe anal acreage In caatd
leapes this year. Mrs. Wright it one
at Scotland's largest and moat see
A party at gentlemen representing
-the town of Ssethera Pines same to
Laariabarg Saturday to see oar now
Are truck. They arrived in the city
Jest b time to see It set the run ans
wering the fhlet alarm spelean at eba
whesa. They wire very much plea as il
with Laarinburg aad oar Are Aght
ing equipment, sad were oatspohea
1a their prsiss of both.
CfcoHotte Sociability Tow to LnHa
bwt Tuoedojr, it woo oar plooowo to
And oar eld tteo friend, Mr, W. A.
Aroot,, a former Laarlakwn sea.
Mr. Atom It one of Uto toy non of
«ho Qwoa CKy, Mi* ostooMroly'oo
«*ir*d hr tko wood oad coo) baotaeoi,
Mr. cod IfcJ^A^Mon^okrlrtdlo
to Morton oad retam woo
In Um program of tbo event* for
tbo Comity Cvniuacmiwt in our loot
Issue it wmi noted that there would
ho n small too charged for the bale
bell game. It has been decided rince
then to have the game aa other fta
turee of the program, free. There
will be no charge to *oc the game,
which will be beiwsea the I<aurinburf
school team and a team made up from
the aehools of the entire county.
Mr. John C. Davie, of Rockingham,
ia in lusorioberg for the weelt He la
engaged in putting a new roof on thu
store belonging to Mr. R. E. Loo and
which is occupied by the Planters
Trading Co. Mr. Davis formsrly
lived in Laurinburg, at one time
served aa Chief ef Pulice, and has
many friends here who are much
ploased to have him hem for the
Char let te People Receive Warm Re.
ceptlea ia Laarinbarg.
Tuesday afternoon the Charlotte
Sociability Tour came to Laurinburg
and received aa royal a welcome and
generous entertainment aa anywhere
along the line. The train arrived
here at 4>U, twenty minutes let*. A
local committee had made arrange'
manta for their entertainment and
when they stepped from tbo cars were
invited to board waiting automobiles
la which they were transported to the
court house, which was fillad with a
representative gathering of Scotland
• muaical (election by the
Charlotte band. Attorney W H.
Woathermpoon called the meetin* to
oeder end delivered a abort addreae
of welcome. He then lotrodaced
Jud#e W. H. Neal, who told the via.
I ten somethin# of Scotland countv
and ita achievement*. Followtn* thii.
Mr. W. C. Dowd, editor of tho Char
lotte News, ■ poke of the purpose ef
the tour. He was followed by Mayor
Kirkpatrick, who took tha boose by
storm when he sold that If Scotland
county had not riven anythin* alas to
North Carolina except John Charier
McNeill, he would thaak God for
Mr. Edward Cole*, a member of the
new company ownin* the Charlotte
Observer, delivered a abort addreae.
1* waa then time for the train to con
time its way to Max ton, and the tour,
so far as Lauriabur* wee' concerned,
Tha stay of these fine end clever
business men o( Charlotte was neeaa
earfly abort, but was exceedin*ly
pleasant to Lauriabur*, agd Laariu
bur* waa. ml*hty *iad to have op-1
pertuaity of entertaimn* them.
Mr. aad Mm. GUI Entertain.
Mr. and Mr* T. J. GUI delightfully
entertained the Thursday Afternoon
Book Club and quite a number of their
friends Wednesday evening la it from
*■80 to 12:00 e’dock.
Tha evening was one at informal
pleasure and delight to the eighty odd
fortunate persoes attending.
The guests wars met at the door
by Master Edgar Whitaker, who pre
sented them u the receiving line,
which was composed of Mr. and Mrs.
GiU, Misses Emma Wash Gill, Mary
Boyoa, May Hampton, and Mary
Gray. Tha guesta were directed to
Jb« eh** rooms up stairs, where they
hors taken in charge, the gentlemen
by Master Harold Covington and the
ladles by Miss Nell Withering**.
Partners for Progressive Book were
■sleeted and soon eighteen tables wore
•orvounded by intereoted guests bid
ding high end contesting for the hon
or of winning. When tbs final count,
eaaso, Mr. R. E. L. Correll eras fonnd
to ba the winner of the greatest num
ber of games and was presented with
a lovely bouquet of sanation*
Than came the dollctoas refresh
••nti, co&jiadof of cfotn ud
followed by sandwiches, coffee and
crystal! led fruits.
Mr. aad Mrs. GiU are noted for
their hospitable entortaiaataato, and
oa this occasion proved themselves en
tirely worthy of that reputation.
Satarda^ Mag th* fim day of
A»r«. aad of coarm*, -An Poor* Day,"
it wmi exported that than would bo
tho neual playing of laaooaht aad
hannlaaa Mm by tho nathrao, but
no on* exported that *n* would go to
tho ration* of loading in fata* fire
About aoon aounau* cuilod tho
atom of J. D; Sanford * Sou on tho
>bou* and told .Mr. Sanford to toll
Mr. D. C. Odour that Ida pretty boa*
ou Chart* .traat waa *n fire. Mr.
Sanford (u(porting nothing hr th*
way of u> April Pool Joka, doHrumd
tho diatremina nnaaag* to Mr. Odom.
Th* file department waa hastUy eallad
and raapondlag found no aigna of th*
(aaflagrathai that had barn reported.
Mayer Toekar hue inetitatad an In
reMgntfen. and if tho extra*** joker
b dboorertA, ap that Ute-Wwn wfU
DEATH VALLEY DODGE
Drive, by Teddy T.Ukff, ft Mrtw
Alt Bet ImpeselbU Night Trip
“Death Valley Dodge," the famous
Dodge Brother* motor car that was
the vehicle of a trip last yoar through
Death Valley that attracted national
attention because of the nature of the
Journey, ha* won new fame on the
Drivon by Taddy Tdlxlaff, the fam
ou» racing driver, the car made the
night trip over the mountains of Cali
fornia from Nnrdhoff, in the OJai
valley, to San Liu* Obispo in slightly
, more than 12 hours.
The ran was started at 10 o'clock
at night after all the wiseacres had
predicted that It would ha tmpoaalblo
to get through owing to the conditions
of the roads which are regarded us
exceedingly dangerous even in the day
Tetalaff in discussing the trip said:
"It's alright when you have con
fidence in your ear. Thare were some
bad places on the road where we
wound around the edge of a precipice
and thare Vara various spota where
yoa wanted to be aura that both
brake# sad transmission were depend
able. But I had triad out the Dodge
Brothers motor ear and I bed every
confidence that it would sot bo the
fault of the cur if we faked."—Adr.
Thursday, April 6th
The Last Shot
Chapter 27, Diamond From
Friday. April 7th
The Uplift (3 Beds)
Fredd*ys Narrow Escape
Charlie Chaplin in the New
Saturday, April 8th
Golden Lies (3 Beds)
Monday, April 10th
Hazel Dawn in Hearta of
Taeaday, April 11th
Haia, The Driwr
8elig—Tribune No. IS
The Angel of Piety Flat
Wedneaday, April 12th
John Barrymore in the
NATIONAL SLOGAN SUB
BESTED BY PROMINENT
WwM RmM tha PubAa to Pravaat
etafcnaaa by Ramaylna tha Caaba
1 7 --—
T. D. BALLARD
a prominent dregglat of Mimphla aapa;
"Mach Methane coaid aad weald be
prevented If the people woald only rw,
MBbor that cwuetipatfaa la —# «f thj
•aaa*M the atogan.
" 'Ba*aH Otdartlaa, the laxative tab
let with the plena an i taste.'
‘*1 aaggawt Basalt Ordartiaa aa j Jcaew
thatr forme la aad believe they ate the
beat remedy for roller tog oouatlpetten.
Tbayoaa be uned by ML women or
J. T. HELDS
• A Year sad a Day.
"On* jr*ar aad a day In the Federal
prtaoa at Atlanta,” waa th* iwrtanci
impoeed by Jadge Connor agon on*
Wfll MaPweea, eolored, Wednesday
lart. Jast before the adjoarawt «f
MtSneeu had been found guilty of
engaging th the Dtelt manufacture «f
Mgaor, and beaaae* of bia traaegrea
■lea of th* law, hia way waa etad*
hard far at least see whole •'Lamp
Tear." Th* crime was eonuhittad hi
ttebmeod eaaaty aad ha was agyre
haadad M a f aw waaka ago.
^ Urn James or W. 8. DimbarV
roJLJ!£ft-^t.Umf. ***** «* rx>d
Will sou at a bargain
for eash or oxi hangs for lats model
i J? •'*t"“oWta I? *°°* condition.
1. V. Wiggins at Exchange olflev.
Good lot at shoata weighing from M
to 80 pound, for m'SmT W.
CAJfTALOUM CRATES—I want
Cantaloupe shipper* to rssaembar
that I am manufacturing the best
cantaloups erata that has erar beta
put an this market, and too. I want
to ssy roe can gst them at the
5***11 D**rt place your or
darn until you bar* INS H. W. Me
Lsurtn or Ererett Covington.
THREt nice young milk cowa with
yoiaw oalree for aal*. A. L. Me
BAB0AIN8 in Second Hand Antomo
bflto. Glbeooi Brothen, Lauita
B ABO AIN 8 hi Baoond Hand Autoeaa
bflae. Oibeon Brother*, Lauria
b*T|^ M. C. 12-U
B ABO AIKS »■ geeoed Hand Aatetoe
bll«, Gibeon Brother*, Learie
kjWfc N. C. ix-Id
T’9* UP 00 «W boot*. Veto
*>• tone and abe will go.
AOBNC8 WANTBD to eatl Lehe
greebe Motor Fen. J. K. Herrieon.
Br****»««. Va 14-15-pd
buriabux, N. C.
Om pwtairf Vw —T-1I1|
oa H» tana is that it nm
HP th«s mr frlaatfs to m
they awy Itoa.
. . - • !
taO tomiPilli i wm emU to
It’s hijrh time the screens were up
if you would keep the house free
from flies end other pests. The
sooner you get rendy tor them the
I fewer you will hare. If you are
w hare new ones, come to
The Quality Hardware
• • . V-'5:
We have juat received a shipment of windows sad
doors. They are ready r £
prices are lew eaeafh to
I “The C
SPRINGTIME IS HERE
And you should be careful to sesTthat yocr stock la pto
perly cared for. To keep them in the beat condition you
Dr. LeGear’s Remedies.
We haw a emnpletejine and risht now you will find our
POWDER. Worm Remedy, Poultry Powder sad
Lies KilUr almost todJspeeaeble.
Do you patronise it T Ws seres the Purest sad Pitt
Drinks passible. Oar Ice Crass fa Absolutely Purs. Yeu
eun gat in any quantity.
Everington’s Drug Store
THE 8AN-TOX STORE
$7.00 PER ACRE
FWlfag to ret any satisfactory offer* for the two tram.
480 acres recently advertised far sale. I now offer both tracts
1700.00 far the 100
acre tract. 12.510.00 for the d£0 ansa tract. Both tracts la
w«4 oniniirored rolbnc sandy* win grass land and locatad fas
Garocron. I1C RegJSr
cd fa Book of Deads 174 paire U» at UtHngtoo, N. CT Tbs
100 acre tract was purchased from N. Hsmannd. of Laarfo
Ll'mL.uflJ to BookcrfD««1» 177 paga 18S at
tract purchased. *Tbe first notice ofthe deposit foai the
Bank rets the land. If you want to buy either or bath
. tracts deposit the purchase pries to my credit fa any 1*s»h
C. S. HENSLEE
CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 14-17