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Be oomfintible this summer
rTb easy enough in the right kind of looau
htting, light-’veight underwear.
We can show you several good styles; the Wilson
Bros. At hi.'tic Union Suit k the veryjbest. Try one or
two suits ai’d you’ll be delighted. We guarantee that.
They’re extra comfortable and designed for convenience.
Odter spring furnishings—ties, socks, shirts—here
now; you ought to sea there new things soon. They’re
venr attractive and there’s s big variety to choose from.
Everything la Ifea’a FunUiingi
Bridging die distance ’twixt
you and “anywhere."
The Sell Telephone, with it* 1S,*M* miles of
****** miilione of people within earshot of
^ Many thousand of them, living within fifty or e
■■adred miles, can be reached for a email toll charge.
. Are you waking uee of this rest bridge on your
farm, in your home or in your bwalneea. There’s a
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Grasp the Opportunity!
Cefl or write the manager to-day.'
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BOX III, KALBHBt
rhe Florist, Inc.
Tjjrwjt^ ^ Q^ripw. M. C.
A CHAT WITH OQI HEAD—
% A Cwni^ miii»ti.
To* amag young people depend ea
Mir father's men ay * taking them
through this world, aad their moth
er** prayers making every Lhiag ail
right for the next.
A town never loses earthing by ex*
leading g royal welcome to every de
terring stranger who appears in its
midst Hospitality (a a priceless gam
but it costs very little.
We are generally losers is the end
U we stop te refate all the backbitings
sad gossiping* we may bear by the
way. They arc annoying, k is true,
bat not riengesoas so bag as we do
not atop to expostulate and scold.
Oar characters are formed and sus
tained by ourselves aad by oar own
aetieoB and net by others They may
injure na for a time bat public opinion
and jnatice will carnet an groundless
slender If wa de net famish fuel to
the flam* by taklag valuable time to
deny the chargee.
There is nothing that causes ao
mvefa trouble among naighbos? as
chicken*. Poor chickens! If they! ere
blamed for all the enemies they be vs
made tm this werid they have scene
of black marks agalast them It nesses
will let their
mrislaty mr as
Improvement to e pretty lews. Now
b the time when chicken oaa de the
greatest damage \e dower gardens
aad vegetable gardens. Now in hot
wsethsr, b the tints when people bat
their temper the ee sleet ever trifles,
tap op yoar chickens and keep the
geed will of yoar neighbors.
. A schoolmaster net aaid to Us
pepita. to tho bay who weald make tho
boot piece of compoettioa in Are raio
atea an "Hew to Overeosto Habit" he
weald give s prise. When the five
■tastes' had expired s tad of nine
ysera tood op and laid; “Wall, sir,
habit is hard to oTewemo. If pea
take off the Ant Uttar it does not
chaage ‘obit.’ If pea take off another
Uttar, you still have a 'bit* loft. If
yoa take aff stiU another, the whoU
mt ‘it’ remains. If you take off anoth
er it h not totally used up, all of
which goes to show that if yoa want
to get rid of habit yea mast threw it
off altogether." Result—ha won It.
Just at thU time the mail order
booms are active In flooding the
coon try with Mg, handsomely gotten
up catalogues, (tooting attractive
Prices on atfcpU articUs and making
all sorts of trig aotxvimr dalnfiT^
yos» cash. They do not offer to sx
ehaage their goods for the farmers'
eggs, poultry, butter or other produce.
They don’t trust a penny's worth, bat
■•he yea pay cash before yotLget the
goods and the freight besides. H any
thing U wrong with the goods or they
do aot suit you, they wUl not ex
change them. They pay no tuxes In
to year city or county treasury, with
wMeh our schools are maintain ad,
reads, bridges, end sidewalks buOt
They do not eontribsto to ear church
es, charitable institutions, nor to our
We beard a young man remark last
week that “the world ewes me a liv
ing." It is hoped for that young man’s
good that he’ll get tbs notion oat of
Ms head. It’s a mistake, a grave
■latske. Be never entertained a
■see foolish ides nor one which win
bring him a sms Her mao auto of re
spect. The world owes the yoang man
nothing; but instead he ewes the
world and society an set Us, nobis
manhood, a steady, hornet energy
which will enable him to smsrlidi
with decent men and women In a trie
maaUnaas of character that will make
Me friendship vnluabU and hU prm
anas and entapanlimahlp lashed. TVs
truly intelligent activity, and thU
yseng nun should Contribute to so
ciety’* happiness asd welfare tbs
grace which cosmo through atariy, toil
sad honest thought
Wbaa otto ftoda 1m ii oat of iyih
pothy with Ma town, aad can only aay
• Hood ward for H eooplad with an
•Pot*gy, ho owght to rat eat. Man,
poop)# fan Into a tort of tnirnnlmi
haMt of rrowiiaf. Bat Ifa a ■iaor
ahl« HaMt. dock paopte maka of
ammmdrm a doad watgbt, white, of
octant, thay teactna pa*
Haoterty indrpondanl Tha tadtrtd
aal haa a boat all ha oaa do to cat
■loof aadar hia own teafc. aad ha
aranta holp and anciarayJkwrt fracn
tho« ge*ng kto way, aad who aid
MtatMad with tdao fa iateraat Bo
wttt tha town. It haa Ite tawaraat to
«an tor, and ft aaada aU to* plocfc. an
*ka oairgy, all tha to npnallan and
boipfuhxwa ite oittaaaa can pvoyido
aad kvias to hodfc .
Da*rt try to holly tha world. t%
’•Brawl Better ahaha the maititadi
mm head eftho giant good-natured
ly, than anaaoaaaazUy prevoke bio
wrath. Despite the world tt B ao
pl—ee yoa though ta do ao la proof
tf arrogance, conceit and egeuni—
hat, ao yo« have to Uvo in the world,
to lean oa tho world. It it jest as wall
to treat It civilly. Shrewd man, who
understand their race, never took a
laarrol wllh society They under
stand that It ia possible for an indi
vidual to persuade, lead aad quietly
'octroi a community, but not to light
it down. If you desire to reform so
li aJ evils or to disabuse your follow
a® of their prejudices, the surest
way not to sue coed la to resort to
danunciation and abuse. Kindness,
conciliation. tho influence of good ax
ample—these are tba true and effect
too means and appliances of reform.
A LITTLE FUN.
“What wore you oaytng, Harold?"
feebly asked tho young woman re
clining in tho at seuner chair. There
was a pause, and then the young man
loaning over tho vessel's rail, respond
ed, “I wasn't speaking Angelina, yoo
—you misunderstood mo.”
"What earthly objection eon you
have ta that man," naked Mr. Brown
of bio daaghter concerning tho man
of wealth whom ho wiaked her to
“Ho has habits which I detest,” eras
the reply. “When 1 marry I want a
haahand who does not smoke, chaw,
•wear, belong to a dob or stay out
late at night*
After regarding bin daughter sor
rowfully far a few minutes ia eflanca
bo said, “My child you are bet a
stranger bore, heaven ia your homo.”
Icoming a Itoy’b Ac*.
While the (fwt «u mU mg farm
machinery at the house, the friend
at the cate held h!i horse and a eon*
vfatiuu took place with the small
bey of the family.
Wkh grave incredulity, he wai
haying: “An you sum ye* an only
nine yean old? I think then most
be some mistake.”
The boy was positive, bat to make
sun: "Me," be called, “Ain’t I just
nine years old?"
After a time be ventured, “Say,
mister, what mads you think 1 was
more than nine years old?"
“Why," said the stronger, I couldn't
understand how you could get so dirty
in nine years.”
A Cam racy of G. Washington's.
•~«hte story hasn’t raissod a reunion
for thirty yean:
A group of Sherman’s man wars
camped for a week near the cottage
of a widow who owned a few acres
of peer land and a good eaw. She
prospered amaslngty during our stay
by Mlliag plan and cakes to the sol
diers and furnishing the haadanartaM
Tbs general Issued most stringent
sedan against any foeaging oa bar
Uttte property and was decidedly ang
ry whan the widow reported that aha
oould famish no milk beoaime the
aoMOan had bean making her cow.
He hurried to the company nsernst
the widow’s hams end called the cap.
"I don’t know anything about R,”
the captain assured him, “but if my
toea bare boon stealing milk it will be
••ay to tod it out—my men don't Bk*
Ha wimaxned bis bagler and ordered
Urn to sound the • a as stably. Tie
oampgny fell in and stood at atten
tion. The captain addraaasd them
toiefly. tell lag af the complaint, and
ordered any saaa who had bean guilty
of tanking the widow’s cow to stop
to the front
The company moved forward as
mn aagM -a at- m_. o. . . .
an* mXCwyX UM nnt MrgMQt
Istnswtiat envious. “How to it, oarg*
aasto,” ha asked, “that when an the
tot have bean stealing milk yea re*
f rained?” '
“General," replied the soldier. “I
mat mOk— I haM the eaw.”
Tba general tamed to the captain
feat tr*. ^C“ptaln'
1 *tor saw. Dismiss year company,
. LONNIE HAMMOND
liwytirtatla Han’t Furnlshfn*»
All you have to do is to buy
your groceries and cured
meats at this store.
Quality, price and cash will
do the rest for you, as it is
doing for hundreds of others.
McLaurin & Shaw
Thone No. 43
Laurinburg, North Carolina
Are You Spending
All You Make?
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If ao you will more than likely be an ob
ject of Charity in yonr old age.
The Sensible thing to do is to tare part
of your taming NOW. The best way to
•are is to start a bank account
You are always welcome at this bank no
matter how small your account my be.
Come in and let ae Ml yea about our
The State Bank
“The Bank For Your Barings.”
One vertical or apright 6 Horae power Steam En
gine. One 2 Horae power Gasoline Engine.
' We also famish wagon teams for Public Hire;
W. P. EVANS
1 ’Phone 11-J and M Wood and Coal Yard Office.
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