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Mr. P. C. McCormick mads a busi
ness trip to Fairmont Friday.
Mr. W. X. Peden, of Hoke codkity,
•pent Friday la the city.
Miss Do real Martin, of Salem, Vs.
is the guest of bar sister, Mrs. Cecil
Dr. J. W. WUcox. of Laurel Hill,
arse a business visitor in Lanrinburg
Mr. John Watson, of Riverton, was
• business visitor to Lanrinburg Sat
Mr. C. L. Stubbs, of Laural Hill,
was a pleasant visitor to this office
Messrs. II. D. Gibson and J. J. Me
* Hugh, of Gibson, wore Lanrinburg
f visitors Saturday.
Suppose are had waited another
week to bold our County CemnMoco
We regret to chronicle tbc illness
of Mn. Fannie Neal, mother of Judge
Walter H. Naal.
Mias Fan Louisa Naal returned
from a vtait to Now Berne ralatlrea
Mr. R K. L. Corral! spent several
days the latter pert of the creek in
Atlanta oo business.
Dr W. T. Hsmdoo and Mr. E. T.
McCall left Tuesday night on a busi
ness trip to New York City.
Mias Olivo Hogan will give a piano
recital at ths Laurel Hill school house
tomorrow, Friday night.
Mr. 8. C. Lawrence, a prominent
attorney of Lumbcrton, spent Friday
ban oa legal business.
Mrs.* J. Fred Oliver, of Hamer, 8.
C.. visited her mother, Mrs. N. McN.
Smith, here daring the past creek.
Quite a number of Laurinburg citi
sena hava visited Fayetteville this
weak to sea the Birth of a Nation.
Mr. W. D. B. McEachin is now mak
ing heavy shipments of asparagus
from his asparagus farm near town.
Tbc Scotland Crate Co., is running
full blast now making crates for the
cantaloupe shipments that will come
Dr. Peter John left Tuesday morn
ing for Durham where ho wont to at
tend a meeting of tbc North Carolina
Miaa Anna Meta Buchanan, who has
been teaching at Teacbey, has re
s turned to her home hare for the sum
*Mr. J. 8. Mono, Superintendent of
the State prison, who is a candidate
. to ante sad Hon. B. R. Lacy as State
Treasurer, was a Laurinburg visitor
Sunday and Monday.
Ws are requested to announce that
Rev. E. A. Osborne, of Charlotte, will
conduct services at the St. David's
■Episcopal church tomorrow, Friday,
st 10:00 a. m. and at S:00 p. m.
Mr. N. Hammond returned Friday
uight from Atlanta, Gn., where ha
Meat earlier in the week to carry taro
.prisoners who had bean sentenced ia
the Federal Coart to serve terms in
the Federal prison la Atlanta.
MV*. H. E. Gasgua and daughters,
Misuse Sadia and Mabel Casque, and
Mr. Henry Barry, of Marion, 8. CL,
wara the Sunday guasta of Mr. and
Mrs. T. T. Covington. Miss Badie
Gaaque remained over for the week.
Dr. W. G. Shaw, of Wag ram, and
Mr. Arabia Watson, of Hake county,
ws»e Laurinburg visitors Friday. Mr.
Wafcaou cams to Laurinbvg to call
his old time friend and neighbor,
Mr. T. B. Bussell, wha has beau ea the
sick liat far several months.
Mr. 8. D. Fry, aged 58, of the Dick
son Cotton Mill, died at hU home Moc
lap morning at 8 o'clock and au
buried at the city cemetery Monday
afternoon at 4 o’clock. Tha funeral
was conducted by Bar. Jamas Long,
pastor of tha First Baptist church.
Tha Lauriaboig friends of Mr. Hal
Adams, of Monroe, sad they are
legion, win be gratified to know that
t ha la rapidly responding to treatment
ha is receiving in a Richmond, Vi.,
hospital, and that bis health i* greatly
t Improved- Mr. Adams • uttered a
nervous breakdown soma weeks ago
and foaid It nianaary to seek tha
advice ami traahasnt ad specialists.
Dr. /. L Qibesa journey sd up to
■Charlotte Thursday to wttnma a pro
daction of tho Bottle Cry of Pane*
Dr. Olboou was already a complete
eonrert to a full preparednasa pro
gram, but had ha not bean, ha aaya
that ths picture to aa convincing of
m attar aapreperedness, that ha
woald have seam haaaa cured. Ha
thinks ha would bare bought himself
« rlBo, a award, a rapid fire gea, aa
atrahlp, t battleship and four tarpada
beats and tha weald have fata that
ha wee net ready to son gat mad at
UMif the apspieiee at the St Co
eslia Music Club, Mias Gladys Beulah
Powers, assisted by Miss Mary Wood
berry Clarke, will render a ooetimed
novelets* at the opera boose Friday
Mr. J. P. Troutman, of Concord,
district manager and his staff of (laid
men, ars in this territory recuperat
ing the order at the Woodmen of ths
World. They have op to this time,
secured about seventy-live applica
tions as a part of a clast for initia
tion, which will bo held here at some
near fator* data. At thin lima the
entire class will be introduced to Um
mysteries at tbs order by the prise
winning crack team at both North
and Booth Carolina. On this occa
sion, the regimental band of tho 12th
District will be hars.
Mrs. Everett Entertains.
Mrs. R. C. Everett vti boaters to
the Elisabeth Browning Book Club
and a number at invited guests Tues
First came the program of the club,
which consisted of reeding the min
utes of the lest meeting, end this
area followed by '‘Current Topics",
which waa handled by Mite LSU Mc
Lean. Then cem* the exchange at
The club members and guests were
then Introduced.to aa Raster game
entitled, Easter Fashions, ar Whet
WUI His Wife Wear. In this sacb
contestant was required te guess the
Fester costumes wore by tho wives
of men of the different profession*.
Ia this contest a number guessed ell
answer* correctly end cut for the
prise, a beautiful hand-made gift,
which want to Him Lila MeLeau. Tbs
guest prise, a dainty hand-mada
towel, was won by Mrs. i. T. John.
Aaelstad by 'Meedame* J. T. John.
Alex Gragg and T. C. Everett, the
Hostess served delightful refresh
ments consisting of cream in the
shape of Eaater llIHas, cake, crystal -
ited fruits, followed by coffee aad
The Cedds 11-Stewart wedding was
duly solemnised on tho afternoon at
tho «th, Rev. Mr. Tbocspaon, pastor
uf tho bride, officiating. I was not
present on the happy occasion, but
have the report from other members
of tho family. Quite a large assem
blage ware present la the purl or.
which was beautifully decorated in
forns aad white carnations. Under
neath an arch composed uf similar
material, tbs handsome young couple,
attended by a brother of tha groom
and sister of tha bride, Mr. Dougald
Stewart and Miaa Kate Caddetl, stood
while the words were being spoken
which made them one. The wadding
■uareh was sweetly rendered under
the efficient touch of Mice Mabel Cur
rie. The bride, who la one of our
bonniest lassies, waa costumed in a
handaoroa traveling suit of blue cargo,
with hat and accessories to match and
carried a lovely bouquet of sweet
pcea, while her sister. Miss Kate, was
akgaatiy gowned In white sUk and
lace end carried a bouquet of whit*
carnations. Immediately after the
ceremony, the young couple, seessa
panied by several of their young rela
tives, were driven In automobiles to
Uuriaburg, where they took the train
for a bridal trip. They arc now spend
ing a few day* at tha hem* of Mr. D.
M. Stewart, where last night, aa I un
derstand, they ware t* recipients of
a long and lively serenade given'them
*y the young folks of the community.
I must not neglect to state that assay
handsome and useful presents war*
received by thee* popular young peo
pie, end the beet wishes of their many;
Mends go with them to their new
boss*.—“Aunt Becky" in Scottish
LALOMKI. SALrVATRB AND
MAKK8 YOU SICK.
Acta Like Dynamite ea a glaggtafc
User and Yaa Lana a Day’s
Tkare’i no reason why a parson
should taka siekaaing, saliva ting cal
oawi when M cants boys a large bot
tle of Dodson’s Liver Tone- a perfect
substitute for calomel.
It Is a pleasant, vegetable liquid
which win start your Avar Just as
earely as calomel, but It doesn't make
you tick and caa not salivate.
Children and grown folks can taka
Dodson’s Liver Teas, because it Is por
Calomel is a dangerous drug. It
la mercury qnd attach? your bones.
TUta a dose of nasty calomel today
■ad you will feel weak, sick and nans
anted tomorrow. Don't loss a day's
wsrk. Taka a spoonful of Dodson's
IJvsr Tons Instead and you will wake
np reeling great. No mors bilious
ness, const!patio*, alaggiahness, heed
aehe, coated tongas or sour stomach.
Your druggist says If you don’t And
Dodson's Liver Tows sets batter than
horrible calomel your mousy is wait
ing for you—Adv.
DESIRABLE HOUSE and lot on
Church itroot for sale cheap* Hin
ton Jamaa or W. 8. Dunbar.
FOR SALE—Bottling plant in good
condition. Will Mil It a bargain
for each ar exchange for late model
Ford automobile <n goal condition.
J. P. Wlgfin* at Exchange often.
Good lot of iboou weighing from 60
to 00 pound* for ooiu. Boa H. W.
CANTALOUPE CRATES—1 want
cantaloup* ohipper* to remember
that I am manufacturing the boat
cantaloune crate that haa over boon
pul on thii market, and too, I want
to toy that you can gat them at the
right prim. Don't place your or
der* until you have aeon H. W. Mc
Laurin or Everett Covington.
Sweet potato plants. Nancy Welt and
Porto Bleo Yam*. $1.40 Thousand
reedy for ahlpmeat about April
16th. C. S. Duritag, Starke, Fla.
Several nice ahoats for Bale. See or
call J. T. Lytch. 16-14
WANTED—First claae barber. Send
reference to D. H. Love, Lenrel HIU.
N. C_ 16-11
For Para Eden Gca cantaloup* aeed,
call oa W. D. B. McXecMn. 16-17
BEEF CATTLE—We will pay 6 cents
per pound for fat Beef Cattle de
livered at Wagraao. Crump A
MILK COWS and Bole Beans for
■ale. I have severe! milk cow* at
price* that will aaU them. 8oj«
Beam $160 bushel. Limited amoaet
of chafes 80 cants par peck. B. E.
McLean, 'phone and poetofflee Leu
riabqrg. N. C._ l«-tf
Plant Spanish Peanut* for bogs. Seed
for tala by D. H. Love, Laurel HIU,
FOB SALE—Berkshire Shoat* and
extra fine brood aow. A. L. Me
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC—This is
i1** pwbl4e u“t “» Com
Mill win ha In operation only en
Tuesdays and Fridays hereafter.
Please be governed by this. A. L.
Sweet potato plants. Nancy Hall end
Porto Bico Yams. $160 Thousand
reedy for shipment about April
16th. C. S. Darting, Starks, Fla.
POUND—Small Breast Pin with rad
setting. Pin found at graded school
building. Owner can get same by
describing and paying for this ad
FOUND—Automobile glove on Main
street near Gem Theatre. Ow.ier
can get same by paring for this od
verOsesnent, and esdUag at this of
Haring qualified aa executrix of the
hut will of James P. McBae, deceased,
notice ia given to aB persons bolding
claims against hi* estate to pee*sot
them to me duly verified for payment
on or before the ISth day cd April,
1817, or this notice will be pleaded in
bar of their recovery. All pantos
owing the estate will please matt
immediate payment to me.
MBS. LILLIAN C. MeRAE,
Lauriaburg, N. CL
April 1*. 1816.
M. L. John, Attorney.
Thwaday, April 20th.
Chapter No. 30 ”IHiima4 From
The Loot Chapter.
The Burglar's Dilciaa.
LUBbb Giah sad Homy Walthall
Vim CaoMdy—Phmp A Kant.
Friday, April 21st.
“Tha Master SmOaa.”
Bay WoMob A Howard him
"Taby Turns the Tabtea.”
Higher Mack A Adelaide Garde
Charlie ChapMp 0—Af»
The Cam of Becky—Btaaehe
The Girl Teberapber'a Nerve
A ThriMag Railroad picture.
Teeeday, April Z»tb.
A Change of Heart—A twe reel
Labia feature SeHg Tribune
Ham A Bud.
Wednesday, April 2«th.
I’aramouat Morosoo—Fire reel
Fbmmm umOna B**ck’*
NaydSu ■ maUea ptetare,
* * » ,
THE EDWIN CLA1
Are now on Exhibition at
« s t
Also Ihe Famous
jJThe Farmers Mutual Fire Insurance Association
7 op KAU2IGH. N. C.
Endoxcd by tbe State Farmer* Union
Among the reoolotioM of public intenot to Carmen adopted fay the State Fuat
ero Union at their annual meeting, held at Greenville. N. C., Noe. 18-19. 1914. was
For Mutual Fire Insurance
“Whereas, fir* insurance baa become to be ana of tha nsnasritiss that every fanaar tHoM
earefotly consider; and.
Wbareaa, It haa baan abown by mop* than tweaty-Ave yeon of eaeeeaefu) operation in North
OaroBoa. that tha Farmer* Mutual Fire loeoraooe Aaaodatfcn baa proved to be the ehaepeet Bra la.
■oranoa aver offarad to oar farmer*, bacaoae—
1st It ia purely co-operative:
Sad. Is ran at a minimum expense:
fed. It is controlled and run by tbs roam bar* of tha eauaty or diatricc eomarisfaur tha dtffv
ent braaehaa of tbe AsaocUtloo:
4th It Is now carrying farm insurance in the State aggregating 117,670.888. Tbarafora ba It
Raedved by the State Armen Union, that wo commend tbe Farmer* Mutual »—«——r a-~
elation ofjNorth Carolina, to our mambenbip throughout the felt*, and alao to all North Carallaa
farmer* and recommend that they examine into tha merit* of eaid --with a view to taking
oat iosoranee In R.” ^
W# also bare sodoreement from oar Insarmaoe Commissioner, Hoe. James R. Young, of tha
Ineormnee Departmact of North Carolina.
_ THE FARMERS MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE ASSOCIATION —
(Covering She Yean)
JSr tatof * cmSwliM LmmM UZ£S? i top
~2l its '.WHS ffiH *M?:8 ‘BBS
'' 5? M-J2 JK2-2 SMU-2 2-2MJ »»®-a >***» £«
82 | $52 $S$S 2:52:2 $25:2 $522 » 8-J52 ; »
1«* ! hum n,ex*aa* *4*3 ( 4t.4n 07 k^Sm | S.oSS J It!
—•1-Li .... '■1 ■■”1 — ■ .
•The "Average Coat par 11,000” Include* atom insurance. But for tbia fact the average
would be very much lower.
Tba memberahlp fee it not included In «eti mating the average coat for tba ytara 1908 aad 1908,
which la one reaeon for ita being no low during thooe yeara.
Medwatlea most W the watchword
In off appreprlatlone. It does eeetn
if w^ have readied oar lealth on Una
lino. Wf Met be too etinjry In them,
trot we, met ted. a happy mediant,
white la alwaye between two oa
by retina for
;■ A. D. Cunt*.
A Ketch Higher.
While the rcyreMxtativw of the
Learie barf whom did oot win the de
bate lest week at Chapel Rill, they
■raved Laartaburg one notch higher
than It haa been before. The efllrw
atlve fide, which area roprwcntwl by
Mlaeee Kerr John ead Mary Fields,
won not in the drat preUralwury end
entered into the waoad wnteet In
which the fowl debaters were teUet
1w Utoii Harr.
Or. TWntcn WWllnf, pratidont at
CahaabU Tkcoloyleal Samhmry, Co
lumbia, 8. C.. will lactam bar* at At
txadad aekool awUtortaai Moaday
nlCkt, Mb aabjact kafay •'TJncIa la
MaaCaradtad tal4 Daya