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Mr. R . E. L Correll has Jolnsd tha
motor club—a Bukk.
Mlai Eva Covington la spending
•mmUim in Baltimora. 1
Mr. A. V. Wallace visited Rocking
ham relatives for the week-end.
Mr. John A. McKay, of Wugram,
a pent Monday morning in the city.
Mr. and Mra. L. E. Benton and two
children spent Sunday with Wades
Mr. J. Max Gregg attended the
Heath-Williams marriage at Bed
Springs last wash.
Hr. J. A. Patterson and Attorney
Johnson, of Raeford, wera viaitora in
Scotland Superior Court, for the
trial of criminal actions, will convene
here Monday, May 1st.
Hon. L. D. Robinson, of Wadeabore,
candidate far Congress from this dis
trict, spent yesterday in the city.
The Birth at a Nation will be ex
hibited at Fayetteville Monday, Tues
day and Wsdassday ol next week
Mr. J. C. Morgan has moved his
atoak of goods to the now store room
an the comer at Mala and McKay
Lumbar is being placed for the
handsome new home Mr. Jasper T.
Gibson will soon have erected on
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith, of
Coagareo, 8. C., are in the city visit
ing Mr. Smith's parents, Mr. and Mr*.
8. J. Smith.
Mias Mildred McIntyre end Mr.
Woodbsrry Lennon, of Lumbertosi,
...war* the guests at Mr. and Mrs. C.
t. Jones Mad day.
Mias Stella Ethradge, a student at
Flora Macdonald Collage, Rod Springs
spent Monday In the city the guest
of Mias Annie Ferres.
Mrs. R. E. L. Correll and Mrs. J. T.
Fields had as their guests for the
week-end. Miss Sarah Harrell end
Miss Jetton, of Charlotte.
Mlaa Lena McLaurin, s student at
Flora Macdonald College, Rad Springs
spent tbs weak-sad hare with her
mother, Mrs. John D. McLaurin.
Ws regret to note that our good
friend and neighbor, Mr. Lonnie Ham
mond, is confined to his hums with a
genuine case of tbo mumps.
Miss Ruth McKinnon, of the Flora
Macdonald College, Rod Springs,
■pent the week-and here with her
parents, Mr. and Mia. C. McKinnon.
Mr. and Mra. R. N. Grubb and Mr
. and Mrs. L. A. Pend sc left Tuesday
morning by automobile for a cross
country trip to Williaton, Elko and
other South Carolina points.
Mrs. Edwin Morgan, Mrs. A. M.
Fairley and Mrs. D. C. McNeill wfll
represent the ladies' organisations of
tha Presbyterian church at the moat
ing at the Presbyterlal which will be
hold at Dunn April SSth.
The writer la moat thankful to Mr.
Brantly Maae, of LaurinbuTg, R. F.
D. No. 2, for a generous Jar of fins
cane syrup. Mr. Muao grew a large
crap of csrne the pact year and mad*
it into syrup that ia aa fins as was
Mra. E. Buchanan laft last Week
for Teachey to attend tbs closing ex
ercises of the Taaeboy school, which
is taught by bar daughter, Miss Anna
Meta Buchanan. Mrs. Buchanan is
spending the week In Wilmington at
tending the Chapman-Alexander
J. E. Dorman, Inspector tn charge
of the Salt Lake City dairy illvUin of
the United States Bureau of Animal
Industry, states that mere than 6,000
coyotes, a large number Infected with
nbioB, have bean trapped, abet or
poisoned la Nevada within the past
six months It was learned during
the campaign against the oeyoteo that
they were directly responsible for
stock losses aggregating mors than
WOO,000, Stockmen of Nevada have
raised a fund of 1100,000 to eombat
Ulus Beeeie Reimers has confessed
tost, driven by fear that she would be
foroed Into white slavery, she set fire
to her roans in the Pester apartments
in Cleveland, O., causing the death of
two persons and injury to Id. Tho
girl Is under arreet on charges of am
en sad manslaughter. George Han
son and George Banman hava been
arrested on a charge of trying to
foeve the girl fate a life of shame.
The state grew nearly nine million
buahela of ewuet potatoes last yarn,
and ths smith up towards M minions,
and Now Jsrsoy and ovary whseo siso
••sm to have prod need a bumper
a**»p. That's why the price tbU sea
sen is way down.
MU* Riley Wo*.
With only a few friend* and im
mediate relatives in attendance, Mr.
11 ugh Edwin Whittod, eon at Mr. and
Mrs. J. M. Whittod, sad MUe Roxie
Mae Riley, daughter of Mrs. John
Jefferson Riley, two of the city’s most
popular young people were married
Monday morning at id:M o'clock in'
the home of Mrs. T. H. Lawrence, SIS
Watt* street, a sister of the bride.
The ceremony, performed by Rev.
H. M. North, pastor of the Memorial
Methodist church, sms simple but im
pressive. There were no attendant*
plana far the marriage having been
kept practically a secret from every
oae save intimate fricade and reU
Miss Riley eras dressed tn a pretty
blue traveling suit and wore a cas
cade bouquet at bride’s roses and
Ullson of the valley. Her champagne
shoe* sod blue hat, with gloves to
match, formed an unusually attract
Following the ceremony Mr. and
Mrs. Whittod, amid stormy congratu
lations, left for the Union station
where they boarded the Seaboard for
Norfolk to make their home there
dobing the summer.
Mrs. Whittod has for many years
bean looked upon aa one of Durham’s
prettiest and moat attractive young
ladies. She ta the daughter of the
Into John Jefferson Riley, who for
years prior to his death was a lend
ing tobeeoo man of the eity. Mrs.
Whittod graduated from the Dur
Mr. Whittod is oae of the etty*s
moat popular young man. He was for
many year* a leader in Durham high
school athletics, and has for ths past
thras years played league baseball,
being a brother to George Whittod,
tha outfielder of the Philadelphia Na
tional league team. He is at tha
praaant time a member of the Norfolk
team at tho Virginia laagae and will
play there this summer.—Durham
Search tha Scriptsree.
8ome years age an old man la Now
Jersey found 16,0*0 scattered is bills
of large denomination through the
family Bible. In 1874 this man’s
aunt died and a paragraph of bar will
rami aa follows: “To my belovsd
nephew I will and bequeath my family
Bibla and all it contains, with the
residue of my aetata after my funeral
expanses aad Just and lawful debts
are paid.” Tha aetata amounted to
only a few hundred dollars, which was
soon spent, and her nephew, neglect
iag to read tha Bibk, didmot And tha
trpasure put there far hi*. He lived
in poverty all that Urns, and it waa
while packiag up his things to remove
to his son’s home for the remainder
of his days that he discovered the
money. How many people mbs the
precious treasures that are placed in
the Bible for them by a failure to
read Its paces) How many rejoice in
having found Christ in tho blessed
Book worth mors than all the money
of all the banka, the pearl of great
price worth mors than all the costly
Jewels of the earth! Christ thus bids
ua all to secure this wealth: “Search
the 8cr1ptor*e; for in theta ye think
re here eternal Ufa, and they are
they which testify of see.”—The
DON’T LEAVE LAUBINBUBG.
No Need to Beak Afar—Urn Eri
to at Year Doar.
No Mad to leave Laurinburg to
hunt op proof, becaaoe yon hero It
bore at home. The straightforward
statement of a Laurinburg resident
like that glean below, bakra an inter
ad for every man, woman or child
bore fat Laurinburg.
J. H. Sanford, broker. Main street,
Laurinbugr, rays: "I have found
Doan’s Kidney Pills line for kidney
disorder and t always say a good word
far them. Whan my kidneys cause
me any trouble, a few doaea of Dean's
Kidney Pills relieve me.”
Woe BOe, at all dealer* Don’t
simply aak for a kidney remedy—get
Doan’s Kidney Pills—the same that
Mr. Sanford had. Foster-Mllburn
Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y—Adv.
North Carolina sew has 22£71 au
tomobiles, of which number 1,100 were
added to the taxable wealth of the
state the last month. The investment
'• tmehlnes has grown remarkably
and ao month has wan such a spurt
as the last. Guilford loads the state
sow with shout 1,400.
Mr. C. C. MoiUagaworth of Mag
nolia was carried to Goldtboro, to the
hospital Saturday far treatment and
it ia said, he It not expected to lir*
Mr. Bollintwworth and kle wtfe have
hesa separated several months and his
Mends say that ha has worried him.
self sick and at times they warn
afraid that ha would loaa his mind.
Fred D. Hatchteoa. who was injurad
whan bo bet control of Mo atotorey
eU an tha Capa Fear race track. Fay.
attoville, Tuesday, died hi Highamith’a
hospital Thursday. His body waa
taken to Graham for iatermewt.
ABIE TO LAUGH AGAIN AT
ANTIC CHABUE CHAPLIN
Dyed-in-the-wool Movla Pan ToOa of
Hi* Now Gained Poach.
B. A. Davli U again able to hutgh
at Charlie Chaplin.
Mr. Davie la Durham's loading
movie fan and la tha popular man
ager of that city's loading motion pic
For many months the comic, Thes
pian and diverse offering* of Chariia
Chaplin and olhsrs of the Aim head
liners failed to move the delight at
Mr. Davie though ha saw their work
many times daily.
TU not ao now for Mr. Davis says:
"Tanlac has given me a new punch.
"Three bottles of Tanlac have ac
complished for me what other medi
cine* failed to dn. I am no longer1
■object to improper digestion, nerv-1
oosneas, poor appetite and sleep I am
nee*. Then too, Tanlae has helped
mo gala weight.
“1 tell about Teniae’s good work
for the sew punch it has given me."
Bloc's Drag Store sells Tanlac ex
clusively in Laortnburg, and the W.
Z. Gibson Drag Co. In Gibson.—Adv.
EVER SALIVATED BT CALOMEL?
Calomel to Quicksilver and Acta Lika
DyaamHe aa Yaar Urw.
Calomel loaaa you a day! Ton know
what eatomal ia. lt’» mercury; quick -
silver. Calomel U dangerous. It
craihoa into soar bile like dynamite,
cramping and iiekentng you. Calomel
attacks the bone* and should never be
pat into your system.
When you feel bilious, sluggish,
constipated and all knocked out and
believe you need a done of danger
ous eatomal Just remember that your
druggist sells for 60 cants a largo bot
tle «d Dodson’s Liver Tone, which to
entirely vegetable and pleasant to
take and ia a perfect substitute for
calomol. It is guaranteed to start
your llvsr without stirring yon up In
side, sad can not salivate.
Don’t take calomel! It makes you
sick the next day; ta loaas you a day's
work. Dodson’s Liver Tone straight
ens you right op and you fad gnat.
Give it to the children because it to
Perfectly harmless and doesn’t grips.
DE3UUBLE HOUSE ud lot m
Church street for sale toan-to*.
ton Jsmee or W. S. Dumber.
808 SALE—Bottling plant in goad
condition. Will sell at a bargain
for cash or exchange for late modal
Pord automobile !n goa l condition.
J. P. Wiggins at Exchange oBfce. .
Good lot of shoots weighing from 60
to SO pound* for sale. Sea H. W.
CANTALOUPE CRATES—I weak
cantaloupe shippers to rammbar
that I am manufacturing tha best
enntaleupa crate that has aver been
put as this market, and too, I want
to say that you can got tham at tha
right price. Don’t place your or
ders until you have seen H. W. Mo
La urin or Everett Covington.
THREE nice young milk oow* wtth
for aula. A. Ljh.
BARGAINS In 8eeond Hud Automo
bile*. Oibaon Brothers, Laarbw
•boiT, N. C._ 18-15
BARGAINS In Second Hud Attini
btla*. Gibson Broth arm, Laurin
BARGAINS In Sseond Hud Attuaa
Mss. Gibson Brothers, Laurin
bunt, N. C.•im
Tom another Up on old bouse. Veto
Isr A. D. Cams and aba win go.
AGENTS WANTED to sell Laka
Breaae Motor Fan. J. E Harrison.
Brudrrflla. Va._ lt-lbyd
Sweat potato plants. Nancy Hall and
Porto Kiea Yam*. (I SO Thonaand
ready for ahlpmamt about April
15tK.CS. Durling, gtarica, Fla.
"i " «■' ■
Sareul idea ahoate for sale. Bee or
call J.'T. Lytch. 16-1*
WANTED—First class barber, (Und
reference to D. 11. Lost, Laurel
I am arranging to meat at aaah pro
cinet in the county and expiate my
WMkaring Hud” and anew yoa
tern to “Turn The Tap on OM
Boasa." I Invite my oppoaaata ta
meet ms and a jahilee will be on.
Vote for A. D. Ourria.
Tbs Soprano Court baa gmatod a
now trial to Jdolvin Roma, convicted
in New Hanover Superior Court of
A*»t degree murder In tba killing of
D. L. T. Capps and sentenced to
death. Horae's attorney* based tbshr
appeal sa an exception to the ralNng
In of an export on insanity bp Mgs
Rouatma, of Us own motion; sad the
fact that ha too warmly iismailsd
ta the Jary the testimony of the as
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THE EDWIN CLAPP
Are now on Exhibition at
Evan's White Front
\; • up
■ . ] j;.'?-: . ..'
Also the Famous
, FOR LADIES
Call at once before the sizes are all gone.
Thursday, April 13.
Number 28 Diautad from the
Om Bad Dnuu^Hia MotWa
One Uni Comedy—"Bungles
Enforces the Law.”
Friday, April 14.
Three Beet Drama—ToDtcneas
One Boel CoJuS^L"Hufhey Urn
Ons Red Charlie Chaplin—
Saturday, April 13.
OmiRtd Rallread Picture—
. <lm Switchman's Story."
Ons Bod Nows Picture—SeUg—
St April 19.
_*W of PsrkaasS" riisi
OUbert Newell, 17 yean old. em
ployed aa clerk by the North Caro
lina Public Service Corporation, own
are of the street ear eyetem et Greens
boro, wee attacked by a burglar Sun
day aaeenlng shortly after I o'clock,
forced Int* the company'* vault, look
ed in, end HU tak cash ateloa. New
eX, when dlaeovered Monday morning
et S o’clock wet In a "«ml-rooectou»
condition from suffocation while hie
face was braised.
Governor Craig Saturday pardoned
John T. Doreett, blocked, at Dnr
bam eounty. who has served three
meaths of a sentence of six. The
reeeose are that the prisoner did net
appear to have gone late the beetneas
of making whiskey bat wan Induced
b aorce friends to make it. He had
•how* a good the Tartar otherwise,
fudge Oliver H. Allen Timtamaudal
Th« Florence Oil Cook Stows sis safe, ro
UsUs, simple, convenient, economical, fesat fa
easily regulated by a little lever. No wicks fa
trim; no valves to leak. A rises “ball's eye**
always shows yoo amount of oil in tank.
No other stoves approach Florae OH Stows
in reliability and economy'—in the intensity of
boat, in work done fay a given quantity of ofl—in
their low coot of 1-2 cent an hour per burner.
AD Florence Stows and Ovens are Mfa
“The Quality Hardware Shop.”
TRADE AT HOME.
A bale of cotton covered with pine
otnw hoggin* waa amikcted at Kea
i«e a faw dajra ago and Uie Frwioirer
raoalla that it waa the firot pine atraw
bagging taa* mi Utat market aiaea
1IB-IO, when Uta ii|M waa oti
agaiaat the joca begging truat Along
•boot that time a pine atraw bogging
factory waa cetaMWwd at WUmtag
ton. bat (U proteat waa not a ted after
tba^aanteat with the ja* bagging
a • y