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Mr. W. N. Robertson la visiting
relatives at Mcbee, 8. C.
Mrs. R. C. Everett haa aa her guest,
Mlee Wilma ComU, of Concord.
The city school) were closed on
Triday for an Raster holiday.
Mr. K. H. Gibson .pent Monday
in Rockingham on legal business.
Material is being placed on a lot on
Church at root for the new residence
of Mr. J. Max Gregg.
Mra. W. 8. Hasty, of Racford,
■pant tha past week at the horns of
Her brother, Mr. A. L. MeKonaio.
Mrs. P C. McCormick haa aa her
guest, her sister, Mrs. Austin Mc
Cormick, of Sanford.
Scotland Superior Court foT the
trial of criminal actions will convene
Mrs. R. C. Pearce and baby, Haset,
of Selma, an the guests of Mrs.
Pearce’s sister, Mrs. Q. Y. Jonas.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Jamas spent
Sunday in Wilmington taking in tha
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Tatum and chil
dren, of Dflkm, 8. C., spent the week
end with Scotland relatives.
Mrs. Roland Covington la spending
sometime in Richmond, Va., with her
friend, Mra. Seville.
Miss Pattc James ia in Washington
to visit her brother. Lieut. Alex L.
James, who ia an aids to the Presi
The old Quaktobueh school boos* Is
being torn sway and thros attractive
cottages are being built oa the prop
If rears. R. C. Leggett and J. K.
Long, of Fayetteville, both former
Sootiandltea, were Laurinbort risiton
Miss Eugenis Canldey left Monday
night for Raleigh In response to a
message an noun dag tho illneaa of her
sister, Mrs. Jack Davis.
lfiseea Frances and Virginia Mc
Cormick entertained a party of their
young friends Monday afternoon at
an Eaater egg hunt
Mia* lass McCormick, Miss Cattle
McCormick and Mrs. W. T. Webb left
Monday fey Morven where they will
spend sometime visiting rale lives.
Mr J. F. McNair left yesterday
morning for Raleigh where he went
on a mission of business. Ha remain
ed owes to attend the State Conven
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Gill entertained
a party of their friends Monday
night, the occasion being the birth
days of both Mr. Gill and Mr. A. &
Messrs. H. R. and Beacon Weill
will leave Laurinburg today going to
Darlington, 8. C., for e short visit
They will then go to Savannah. Oa.,
to visit their mother.
Messrs. Neill McKay and R. A.
Monroe left last night for Raleigh,
where they go to represent Scotland
oouaty at the State Convention in ses
sion theta today.
Mr. E. P. Riviere and children,
Richard end Sarah, spent the week
end with Charlotte relatives. They
wore accompanied home by Mr. Ri
viera's mother, Mrs. 8. E. Riviera.
Mrs. R. A. Brewer and eoa Frank,
who ware Eaater visitors to Mrs.
Brower's mother, Mra N. MeN. Smith,
returned to their heme at Concord
Messrs. Duncan Nivens and Frees
Ratliff aad Mimes darn Lowery end
Christina Ratliff, of Morven, wen
guests at the boats of Mr. end Mr*.
K. L. McCormick Saturday.
Mr. I. r. McNair Is making extra
aive improvements to hie handsome
home oa Church street. Additional
win be repainted aad otherwise Me*
Kiu John D. Stew. Mies Male
Shaw and Mae Nancy Fairly of Laa
rlnbarg have taken an * pertinent at
tha BwUagtoa tad will apand tha
apitagi In tha etty.—Washington, D.
C., notes In Cherlette Ohaarvar.
house at Blchasoad, Vs., Saturday.
Bov. John L. Ray, of Stanley, a
brother of oar tewnwnun, Mr. J. F.
Bay, spent Saadey in the city. He
ooeuplrd the Presbyterian pal pit both
Saadey wonting and avanln.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Fairley, Miaa
■tagvnia Fairley and Mr. Alex Fair,
lay, spent Sunday In Fayetteville with
Mr. Fatrtey'a brother, Rev. Walesa
Fairley, tew arm soon leave far Taxes
where he tea accepted a call to
Miaa Hattie Wan Bryant tea had as
ter gasste this weak, Miss Marten
HM1, ef Shelby aad Miaa Rate Baa
aaH, of Moaroe. Mbs ReeseU retanw
- to ter teas# today and Miaa Bryant
and Miaa RaB am laava litaiilaj ter
Ibwdlia, where they wIM vtolt Mrs.
| Mr*. 6. Baaean has pore ha sad tha
I D. 3. McDuffie stock *f goods and Is
| dost occupying tbs store room reoant
I ly occupied by Mr. McDuffie, who is
, retiring from business.
The meeting which was in program
at the Firet Raptiet church the past
j ten days, closed Friday night, Tha
, meeting arse productive of great good
to the community, and Dr. Wilson,
who conducted the meeting, made a
sincere sod lasting impression upon
tho community. He returned to his
Mr. and Mrs. II. N. Grubbs, Mr. and
Mrs. I,. A. Pender, who have boon on
an automobile trip to various South
Carolina points, returned to Leurin
burg Thursday night. They war* ac
companied borne by Mr. Crubbe*
father, Mr. T. B. Grubbs, of Willla
ton. 8. C.
Ths Worrell House i* the name of
Laurinburg's hotel. It ia operated by
Mr John Worrell, and w* are inform
ed is doing geod busineea. The old
Glenn house on McLaurtn Avenue is
being used by Mr. Worrell and la an
ideal location for the operation of a
business of this kind.
DEATH OF MRS. SMITH.
Following a Lea* lllaes* Nn. Sidney
J. Smith A newer* Call af Death.
Although not a surprise, the death
of Mr*. Sidney J. Smith, which oc
curred at tha family home la North
Laurinburg Friday morning, came aa
a great sorrow to the community. She
had enffered long from Bright’* dis
ease and for several weak* had ling
ered near death’s door.
The deceased wee the mother of a
large end splendid family and al
though but two years of her sixty
four had beeA spent in Laarinborg,
ehe had endeared herself to the peo
ple of the town in no uncertain meas
ure. Her life eras marked with
deeds of lundnaaa end cheer; eh* was
a kind neighbor, devoted mother and
a true friend, and withal a woman of
heroic mould la bravely meeting the
stem requirements aad disappoint
ment* of Ufa
The great destroyer has placed his
signet on her brow end today, hun
dreds who loved her living mourn her
The funeral eras conducted by her
pastor, Rev. R. P. Bum pas, from the
Gibson Methodist chereh, Monday
afternoon at 3:00 o'clock, the burial
taking place at the Eli Gibson grave
The pall bearers were eight nf her
eons, Messrs. Flowers, Watt, Ira,
Henry, Frank Lamar, Ernest and
She la enrvivad by her husband,
nine eons end two daughters, all of
whom have the sincere sympathy of
tho satire community in their great
DAUGHTRIDGB TO 8PBAK.
Spring Hill Cloning Near at Hand—
The closing exercises p* the Spring
Hilt aehool wlU begin oo Sunday next
aad close Tuesday night. Wa regret
that wa are anable to give the pro
gram in fun, but the copy for this
came too late far ua to handle it in
it* entirety hi this issue. In part it
ia aa fell ear*:
Sunday 1.1:00 A. M.—Commence
want Sermon by Rev. R. P. Bumps*,
Monday 3:30 P. M.—Operetta—Cin
derilla in Plewerland.
Taaaday 10:00 A. M.—A. McNeill
Literary Address Hon. E. L,
SrOO P. M.—Baa* ban gam*
8:30 P. M.—Class enardaaa.
Hw MMMnnt of tha marriage
of Mr. D. W. Medlta to Mtse Belle
Peaeoolc, of Maarten, came as quite
a warp rise te Us Leurinburjr friends.
The marriage look place at tka
home of Mr. C. M. Furman at Boek
tagimm early Sunday afternoon. The
eenple aaenmpanled by aevaral friends
want by aetoaeobUe from Maxtoe te
Baohfctghaat. aad aa aeon aa the cere
mony «h perf eon ed, Mr. and Mr*
MedHn continued their way to Alim.
»«rle to rieM a Meter of Mxa. Medlta.
Mr. MedHn ia tha youngaat eon of
Mr. and lire. J. A. Medlta and la am.
ployed by the Southern Bell Tola
phone 0o„ as night operator hero.
Mia. Medlta la a daughter of Mr. and
Mrn. J. A. Peaeeek, and held n like
poeMon with tha telephone company
Both »f; these young people here
a wide circle of friends who Join tha
Zxcjiansra In wishing them an etaad
Snaday flchoel Conrrnttan.
Aa event of mach interest to tha
Sunday School* of the comity la tha
annual ftsnday School, Oonveation,
whieh will be held at Laurel HU
church on Tuesday, May ML
We Imps to pnfaiioh a dataflad pew
ftm ed tha avdbt la oar aaut Issue.
Good lot of shoate weighing from 50
to 80 pounds for sale.So* H. W.
T-tf _ ' •• ■
CANTALOUPE CRATE 8—I want
cantaloup* shipper* to remember
that 1 am manufacturing the best
cantaloupe crate that has ever boon
put on this market, and toe, I want
to toy that you can get team at the
right price. Don’t place year or
der* until you have seen HT W. Mc
Laurin or Evcratt Covington.
For Pure Eden Gem cantaloupe seed,
call on W. D. B. McKachin. 18-1*
BEEF CATTLE—We wfll pay 5 cents
per pound for fat Bocf Cattle de
livered at Wagraa. Crump A
MILK COW 8 and Sola Beans for
tola I have several milk cows at
prices that will sell them. Bela
Doans 51.60 bushel. Limited amount
of chinas 60 cant* per peck. R. E.
McLean, phone and postoffle* Lau
Tinburg, N. C. l»-tf
Plant Spanish Peanuts for hogs. Seed
, I* tola by D. H. Love, Laurel Hill.
FOR SALE—Berkshire Bhoats and
mrtrm fine brood sow. A. L. Me
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC—This is
te notify the public that my Coca
MiU will be in operation only on
Tueodavi and Fndaya haraafter.
Plcaec bo govern*! by this A. L.
8w*et potato plants Nancy Hall and
Porto Rico Yams, fl.60 Thousand
rmdy for shipment about April
16th. C. 8. Duriing. Starke, Fla.
FOR 8ALK—florae, wagon and ham
mb. Hone 8 years old, la heat con
dition. gentle, will work anywhere.
Wagon—one-horse, hi Ant elsas
condition Harness new. See H. 8.
HORSE FOR BALE—Eight years
old, In good condition, win work any
where. Bargain for snnstody. Ap
ply to Alex L. McKenzie. 17-tf
This la to notify the public that 1
have bought the meat marks! con
ducted by Hasty A Smith on Main
street, t will continue te opr rata the
business bet upon a cash basis. Any
persons indebted to the firm will
please make immediate payment to
R. E Mel.BAN,
La aria burg, N. C.
' •« exeedtriz of the
last silU of James P. McRae, doeaaacd,
notice U given to aU person* holding
claims against his aetata to present
them to me duly verified for payment
on or before the 19th day ef Apnl,
1917, or this notice will bo pleaded In
bar of their recovery. AQ persona
owing the estate will p1—t ■"■v
immediate payment to me.
MRS. LILLIAN C. McRAE,
M. L John, Attorney.
Did you know that the Corporation
Commission sitting ha Raleigh sets
aside aU sworn valuations ef the
County Assessors, and arbitrarily in
creased the assessments In the State
by 886,227,974 end rained it bare in
emr own county, Scotland, $0 per
cant, which caused you to pay oae
third more on your real estate than
yoe wore assessed by the County As
seaaors? The Csar of Russia in the
green leaf of hie might could not do
more. Vote for A. D. Currie end
there wOI be trouble at such doing as
A. D. CURRIE.
Tkuaiajr, April 27th.
The lut chapter ef The Dia
mond from the 8ky.
Oae Reel Drama—"The Heuee
Oae Reel^ Comedy—-"Bungle’s
Friday. April 28th.
"A Slave ef Cerruptlon."
Oae Reel Comedy-Tier Bad
Quarter ef aa Hear."
, Saturday. April 2tth.
S Reel Drama—1The Human
1 Reel Comedy—"She Gama She
Saw, She Cooguered."
Monday, May 1st.
Paramount Famous Player*—
Railroad Picture—"A Race for
TOeaday, May 2nd.
Two Raul Drama—"A Grip of
One Reel Drama—"Ophelia."
One Reel—"SeMg Tribune."
THE EDWIN CLAPP
Are now on ELchibition at
Also the Famous
V ‘ ■ |
Call at once before the sizes are all gone. !
Lanxinluug, N. C.
W. C CALDWELL
Lqostsd to Laartoburg for tbs
prsutiee of bis Profession.
Wgbt VkMU IB-L Dmy r%om* 1M
One Two Story Dwelling
with all Modern Conveni
ences In the moot desirable
pert of town.
Also one or two nice
Building Lots for sale
/Anything In Insurance.
HINTON JAMES. Prss.
V. 8 DUNBAR. See. A Trass.
Seheai Children Ptade.
Mine Undaay, teachar of the Sixth
Qrnde la the city echoola entertained
the tklldm of that grad* with a ple
at* at the Minora] Spring* Saturday.
Mia* Gray of the Fifth Grade en
tertained the children of that grade
ta a like manner on Friday.
Battle Cry af Peace.
Oee day oaly—Gem Theatre May
Srd. 11 a. m to 11 p m.
Stanly aoanty let a ana tM* the
other day that waa oaly 1M year*, «
aaeatha and tl day* old.
Laurinburg, N. C.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 3rd.
10 A. M. to 11P. M.
Dr. P*Oi hi Haajdtal
t*r. B. r. lib l«ft Friday for
RutharfordU* «km ha antarad tha
Ua Id andar tha ava ad a WaaMn*