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Mr. Wuyne McNeill. uf Wipn,
mi • Laurinburg visitor Monday.
We regret to note the illness of
Master Jamas Jones, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jaa. A. Jones.
Bar. J. C. Shire, field representa
tive of Davidson College, occupied the
PrcebytarUn pel pit her* Sunday.
Mrs. Mask Morgan, of Laurel Hill,
waa the guest of her granddaughter,
Mrs. J. U Gibson, last Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. Y. Juoee attended
the Shriners' meeting at Raleigh
Tuesday afternoon and night.
Mrs. J. D. Shaw, who has been in
Washington, D. C., for the past sev
eral weeks, has returned to her Leu
Dr. Albert James, a student at Jef
ferson Medical College, Philadelphia,
is at horns to jpend the summer srttfa
his mother, Mrs. W. D. Jamas,
Mr. A. L. Jamas was among the
Laurinburg people who attended tbs
dosing exorcises of the Flora Mac
donald college. Bed Springs, Tuesday.
TVs first formed cantaloups of the
Misrm that we have heard of la one
that was sent to this office by Mrs. T.
W. Parker yesterday.
Dr. D. M. Prince, who has been con
fined to hie home on Church street for
aevorui weeks from a severs Illness,
is earns better et this writing, we are
glad to note.
The condition of Dr. W. G. Shaw,
of Wagram, who was stricken sud
denly ill several weeki ago, and for
more than a week wa* dangerously
ill, la steadily improving.
Mieses Lula and Rose Lewis, who
were guests at the home of Mr. and
Mr*. F. C. McCormick during the past
week* returned to their home at Ral
Messrs. A. M. Fairley, D. Stewart,
•Jr., G. F. Avtngwr, J. S. Jackson, E.
L. Smith. J. T. Bostick and R. L. Ham
mond left bars Tuesday morning for
Raleigh to attend a meeting of the
Quito a number of Laurinburg and
Scotland county people took advant
age of the opportunity to see and boar
President Wilson at Charlotte Satur
day. A special train of ten cars
passed hare early Saturday morning,
on which quits a number went.
Tha Kukup greatfully stknowl
•dgm receipt of an invitaUon from
Mr. H. A. GLauss, a former Utariu
burg eftiaan, to- the eommcsuHaat
exercises of Trinity College, which
win he held June 4-7.
Tha Brat cantaloupe bloom to be re
ported to thia office waa brought in
by John L. Clark, colored, who la look
ing after a crop for Mr. John K. Phil
lips. Tho bloom waa found on Mon
Mra. D. A. MeDougald and her
mother, Mrs. L. N. Lucas apant a
part of laat week in Charlotte visit
ing Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Avert, Thay
remained over for tha celebration
Saturday and wars Joined by Mr.
MeDougald on that day.
Wa era publishing in this issue a
statement of the financial condition of
tha town, it ia year money that is
hning spent and this statement la
published la order that you may know
v.hat tha money is apant for and from
what sources the town secures lea
revenue. It is published for your
benefit, take the time to read It.
The latest news from Rev. J. M.
Bose, D. D., pastor of the Laurinburg
Presbyterian church, who la etUl un
dergoing treatment ia Charlotte, la
that his condition ia somewhat Im
proved. H# is still under tha cam
of specialists and 11 ia not certain
whan he will be permitted to return
The Laurinburg friends of Mra
Austin McCormick win regret to
learn of the painful Accident which
befell her Sunday last. While out
driving with Mr. McCormick and their
baby, at Sanford, something got
wrong with the horse thay ware driv
ing, causing the shafts to ba broken
off the buggy. Mra McCormick be
came frightened and jumped, la
Jumping she sustained a fracture ef
one of the small beaes in one of her
Heater James Ray, eon of Mr. and
Mrs. J. F. Ray, who haa been serious
ly 111 with eeltti* for the peet two
weeks, continue* very U1. Specialists
from both Charlotte and Wilmington
have bean here and oonanlted with the
local physicians about the child’s con
dition and everything that human
■kill can do ia being done for the tittle
fellow, but hit improvement is mighty
•taw. Today it ia thought that hi*
condition ia more hopeful. Mr. and
Mrs. Ray have /the sincere sympathy
of the entire com pi unity, and resting
in every heart uf the hope that the
little one may be spared to them.
| You wiU t* pleased with oar Qwfa*»
> loupe La boll. Cull in and an* than.
| Planters Trading Co. 2fc£g
| Good lot of ah on to weighing from 80
to SO pound! for unfa. Coo U. W.
Good Cantaloupe* without attractive
label* mean* lea* money for your
Topoa. Got uur price* on labels be
fore you buy. Planter* Trading Co.
, 2<i-M ,
[ ■ 1 " > 1 — "
CANTALOUPE CRATES—I wum
cantaloupe uhlppor* to rum amber
that I am manufacturing the boat
cantaloupe crate that baa ever beer,
put on this market, and too. I want
ta any that you can get them at the
right price. Don’t place your or
der! until you hare teen H. W. Me
Laurin or Everett Covington.
Buy your Cantaloupe Labels Do in
1 Planters Trading Co. 20-23
BEEP CATTLE—Wo win pay 6 cento
per pound for fat Bout Cattle de
livered at Wagram. Crump A
If Ifa Cantaloup* Label* you want,
ear Planters Trading Co. 20-23
MILK COWS and Sola Baant for
auto. I have sevtraf milk cows at
price* that will tell them. Soja
Beans 11.50 bushel. Limited amount
of rhufa* 80 canto per pock. R. E.
MeLaao, ’phono and ustiSn Lau
rinburg, N. C. lf-tf
Pint Installment of large shipment
oi Cantaloupe 1-abelt just received
at PUnter* Trading Co. 30.23
FOB BALE—Berkshire BhoaU and
extra Ana brood sow.' A. L Mc
We want to sell yen your Cantaloupe
Labels. Planter* Trading Co.
FOR SALE—Two story dwelling with
all roodorn conveniences. Apply to
Lauriallnrg Agency Co. 13-tf
FOB SALE—Six Du roe Ullta, nine to
ten months old. Excellent condi
tion. See W. H. Farmer at Bryant
Attractive Cantaloupe Labels wilt
help you get the highest market
price for your Cantaloupes See
our*. Planters Trading Co. 90-23
WANTED TO RENT a desirable
house and lot, having all modern
conveniences, and well located. Call
at this ofioo._'
FOUND—Corbin Key. Pay for this
ad and gat uni at this ofilce.
COMM U MONEB'I BALK OF LAND
Under add by virtu* of e Jodpawt
of the leietwr Court of BcotUnd
Canty, wHng data ef March 28,
1918. wherjin ute undersigned were
appointed (JKatalselanera fee the par*
of auMlsg tele, for partitioa, of
1—de fyahsefter ducriixd, w«
axpoed far aale at public auction
‘ ■** door ia the tear*
on Monday, Jane 8,
i of Scotland Buper
tba following deeenbnf
to the late Kliaha
____• BiKi viu" rsn mo to i
ia the eaac of Will Rea.
plaintiffs vs John Rust*))
m fat Washington Fail,
Suburb of Laeriaborg town, ea shewn
on a Map made by C7 M. Furman, Jr.,
and duly recorded fat Scotland Regist
ry office Book J page* 474 and 478.
Bald lot being located on tha North
aid* of Taft Street facing 40 foet on
■aid street, the treat line of which in
168 feat keg and the eeot line 1* 179
feet long, art ending from Taft Street
in a uniform width of 40 feet.
Th»e let day of May, 1916.
W. H. WRATHKUSPOON,
M. L. JOHN,
L. Onto* Clbeoa, '"!
To L. Brace GI boon .
Wbonaa, hi tb* above entitled
cause, judgment wee rendered hi fever
pleletBf-B. E. Moor* and
againat tb* defendant L. Brae* Cibeon
on tb* fifteenth day of December,
on the fifteenth day of December,
1911, which judgment etando upon’
Where*., also, the aUS.L Mid.
<U*$M» We moved tb* court to rueive
•aid judgment and Isaac execution
Yea will, therefore, take notice the*
K!3"as 'STS. TM
Court of Boot)end Countr at hie office
not he allowed
Tbf. the ath day of Mar, 191«.
C D. McCORiflCK,
Oork of Superior Court.
n-w _ v
Oammfcateuart Sate at Lie—Mira.
Under and by rtrtaa at powar at
•ala and Judgment of Superior Court,
eaterad at March tans, 19Id, Scot
land Superior Court, in the eaaa of
Ga. Car * LttoaMN Co. vt A. H.
Calmer, I will eapaat far aale at pub
lic auction, for caak, tha following
daaeribad ptaparty, ad tha Court
Houae door at Scotland county, te
tha tews of Uuriabwi, at 12 M. aa
tha 7th day af Jwaa, Tha loeamotira
operated by aaid A. IL Calmaa, let
toad "A. M. Calmer Lumbar Co."
No. 1, tha tamo bates oaa <11 Focaay
(0-44) Type locomotlrr, Shop No.
Time of rale: Wwfoaaday, Jima
7th, 191*, 12 1L
Place Court Hot— Door, Lauria
May 16th. laid.
M. L. JOHN,
raldia, Headachan Cramp*, Colic
W. C CALDWELL
Office on Railroad Strwot. rear ot
! M. A. MeDoagaMo.
«i(M .PhoM 133-L D*r -PboM IN
BEGINNING THURS IAY, MAY 25th,
I will open one of the GREATEST BARGAIN FEASTS that the shoppers in this section
tunity of attending in many days. This is not ONE OF THt-T_B REGULAR SALES ive gotten
used to, but a REAL BARGAIN EVENT entirely worthy of rour sincere attention. Withou. long-wind
ed talk about the values, we ask you to read the following offerings and decide for yourself:
•18*0 Suita $11*8
§18*0 SuKa $0.88
818*0 Suits . $8*8
• PALM BEACH SUITS.
8**0 Valuw $4*8
- . - i
BOY’S KNEE SUITS.
$5*0 Valuw $8*0
88*0 Values $2*8
$2.50 Valuw . $1*8
$2*0 Valow SI.48
$1*8 Valuw Me.
FANCY NIGHT GOWNS.
$1*0 Valuw 98e.
MEN’S LINEN PANTS.
12.50 VahM. f 1.18
$2.00 Values $1.08
America* CotUn Thread 7
Spado for 25c.
AD eolnra, 10c. or 2 for 25c.
Best quality, f for 25c.
$140 Values 08c.
BOYS’ WASH surra.
IL50 Valae# 11.18
OOe. Value* 68c.
SILK WAISTS. - .
I2J5 VakM tljU '
75c. Valves | • tte. %.
75c. Vetoes Vr <3c.
15c. VakM ' 1 J 'ike.
10c. Vakw . I, 7c.
5c. VakM . y j feu
EMBROIDfcKY*] ? ■'
20c. VakM •' V ! lie..
15a Value lte.
6c. VakM . ' t fe.
i ■ . .. .. i l^.«- I* ,1.
105 White ' Me.
Tie. White 4k.
AD Start* Dry Goods Will Be
Sold at Cerresroadlag Pries*.
Ss* Oar Big Rack st Oxhrk
Law Prices aad Marked la Plata
•4.50 Valnee > $2.98
11.75 Values |Ug
f 1.50 Valase $1.18
•*-00 Values $1.4$
Per pair 48c.
1 - - - — - - —-__
25c. Cum 15c.
- 15c. Cum 15c.
MEN’S SUMMER UNDER
19c. Per Garment.
CoH*m that mN for $1.55 pw
4m«, only 96c.
$1-25 VahiM 98c.
$L96 Valacs 73c.
75c. VahMS ' 58c. .
55c. VahMa 55c.
PURE TABLE LINEN,
t Yufs Wide.
$1.09 Value Uc.