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The Laurinburg exchange. (Laurinburg, N.C.) 1913-1992, June 29, 1916, Image 5

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~ Local Notes. Tb« next atep to the Feutth. Mr. J. C. Onto, at Esclringhaw. ■pent Tuesday la the oity. Mias La* Pop*, at Lambert on, to the guest of Mies Ida Wilkes. Mr. Aubry Hammond spent Bus. day at Wrlghtsvills Beech. Miss Angle Qoodwyn to attending a house party *t Ridgelaad, 8. C. Miss Mary Dee tan. at Jacksonville, Fla., to a guest at the home at Dr. and Mrs. i. L. Glbaon. Mrs. Betti# McMillan was called home from New Berne oa account of the death at Mrs. Kate Middleton. Attorney W. H. Weetherspoou and Mr. C. L. McCoy spent Tuesday in Moor* county. Mrssrs. L. A. Pender, B. N. Grubb and J. W Mason spent Sunday after noon at Bed Springe. Mrs. G. Y. Jeaee and children have returned from a visit to relatives at Mount Olive. Hiss Base Gibson, of Grocewood, Ge., to the guest of her grand mother, Mn. N. MeN. Smith. Mr. B. F. Smoot, of MeColL 8. C., was a business visitor to ths city Fri day. Mr. N. P. Gibson, at Mnxton, R. P. D. No. 4, was a La Brin burg visitor Thursday. Mill Bftay McNeill visited Mines Annie and Elisabeth McEubern. at Raeford, during the put week Mr. J. D. Cameron end Dr. N. C. Hunter, of Rockingham, (pent Thurs day in the city. Dr. Qua. W. Regan left Tuesday night for AaheviUc, where he goes to attend the meeting of the North Caro lina Dental Association. Lsurinbnrg will play Lumberton here July 4th and iith. Today and to morrow they have with them the Perk too lads. Messrs. J. M. Butler, Lauch Mela nie and A. R. MeEachin, of St. Pauls, were Laorinburg visitors Tuesday afternoon. Rev. J. C. Shivs, field representa tive of Davidson Collage, occupied the Presbyterian pulpit here Sunday morning end evening. Messrs. Jake Hinson and Stencil Covington, of Rockingham, spent Monday afternoon with Laurinburg friends. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. McRae and son, John Burn ter, of Maaton, arete the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mr a. T. B. RuaactL Rav. and Mrs. R. F. Bumpaa, who have been visiting relatival In Mm ant sections of tha State, hava re turned to Laaririburg. Mrs. D. T. Bins and children re turned ta the city Saturday night from Xayner, where thay have bean visiting relatives. Rev. J. M. Rons. Mrs. Rom and Mias Annie Rom will Imvs this weak far Fayetteville, where thay wB spend two months with relatives. We regret ta nets tha ooatinned {B neea of Mr. L U. Kincaid. Ur. Kin card baa baan sudtelag fat- several weeks from an attack of neuritis and his condition does not improve. Miaa Fauna Rltch left Thursday for Charlotte ta enter n hospital for a minor operation and treatment. She will remain in ties hospital anathar Miaa Ola Herron, a member of the faculty of tha Salisbury Normal and Industrial lastttnta, is in tha city tha gueet of her Mater, Mrs. W. D. B. MeKachin. Mr. T. 8. laMt, iblwkMN 111 that be was eoaflned to his bed several day* during (he yut week, we are glad to note la my Mtk im proved at tide writing. Mr. aad Mrs. George Falla, aad Bt tle Mias Annie 8m McDonald, who bare bean the gaeete of Dr. and Mrs. 8. F. Falls, bare retained to their homes at fhsrryriTIa Judge Walter H. Nani, whs attend ed tin aaveHfng of tbs Vance mono meet at Washington, D. C., Then day, was aaMa« a anmhm of prnsf nent Carol Mans who wars givsn aeete of honor foe the occasion. Mr. Sidney J. Smith, Who has base visiting bis children at several Sooth Carolina towns, rotamod to Laartn burg Thursday, sod is the guest of his son. Deputy Sheriff Lamar ?. Smith. Mia numerous friends throughout As county will rsgrst to learn that Mr. Hector 6. MeMOUn, of Levin burg, 8. F, D. No. 3, In oitnBitsd to* his home suffering from aa attack of ty phoid fever. ‘ Mrs. Hot. whs has been the VMM of her daughter, Mrs. Peter MeLpaa, returned to he* boms fa Cutobevtaad county Tuesday She was •eoceapnnied home by bar grandson, Master Hester Mel,mu. Mr*. Mm A. Hama and nan. J. A. I Kama* Jr, *f laHMiH, war* geest* at th* hwu «t Mr. Daa Daw during tt* post weak, and am new at Um ham* od Dr. W. O. flhgw, aar Wt> graau Mrr. and Mr*, J. H. Dixon, Mia*** Alio* and In Covington. Mnm. Harry Malloy mad Dieknon Phillip* « St Rook Hill, 8. C., t* attend th* C*roth*r*-Gn**g wadding which took Ms** last night. Th* first r*ady-to-msrk«t eanta loap* that Scotland had at that Um* produced. to far as w* art able to aay, wu brought h«r* Thanday by Mr. John A. McGregor, of th* Muon Crou uctlon. Mr. McGngor I* on* of th* exteoatve grower* and largvit shipper* in th* county. Mr*. A. B. McNair and children, Mr. J. A. McFayden and Mr*. F. C. McNair, of Hartaville, S. C., spent Thursday night with Mr. and Mr*. K. Bechaaon. Th* party, swept Mr*. F. C. McNair, left Friday by automo bile for Wilmington. Mrs. McNair I* still ■ gust at th* Buchanon home. Th* young poop]* of th* town gav* a done* In th* opara bouse Friday night, to which a large number of Touag people from the neighboring town* cam*. Th* occasion I* said to have been the most *uee**aful social affair and th* pr*tti**i danc* gj*«n I h*r* this year. An orehutra from I DerUagton, 8. C., fumiahod th* music. I A tang needed work b being dent on the Presbyterian church yard. The Ptaobyterian congregation hone have the moat attractive church building in the city, and situated as it la, in a beautiful grove, should ha the pret tlest and most attractive place of woemhip in Scotland county. The work that ia being done will supply the lacking attraction. We note with pleasure the con tinued Improvement in the condition ef Master James Ray, the little eon of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Ray, who has boon ill for the pact ewe months with colitis. For several weeks-It was fee rod that the child could aot sue* teeafully fight the battle with the disease, but fur the past few days a change hue come for the better and. It is now hoped that tha little one will soon be well again. Among tha out of town people here to attend tha MeNalr-Avingar mar riage. which was solemnised last night at the Presbyterian church, wo note the following: Mr. I). A. Clark, of Boydtoom, Va, Mr. L Everett, of Monroe, Miee Catharine Fairley, of Rockingham, Mias Julia Tatum, of MeCotl, S. C, Mias Louise Blue, cf Aberdeen, Mias Helena Wade, of Jacksonville, Fla, and Mias Beta Gib son, of Grace-wood, Ga. BUSINESS LOCALS IHBB nr and hand Ford Touring Can for aala. Gibson Broa. 2 MX BKCF CATTLE—Wo win pay 8 cants par pound for fat B«ef dottledo-i Dye rad at Wagraai Crump A' Monroa, _ 18-tf FOR BALK—Two story dwelling with ail modem conveniences. Apply to Inurinbnrg Agency Co. lB-tf FOR SALK—One 4 K p, Fairbanks I GaaoUao Engine. Now in opera-' goa every day at Exchange office. Bargain for oeah or credit| TWO esaond-hand Ford Touring Can for sale. Gibson Bras. 21-tf WK wfll nay tha market prioe for' con and now wheat. If you have: any. cal) ua an ‘phene or mom to see no. McNair Milling Co., Laurin burg, N. C. *4-27 t ... ■ ! FOR BALK—Two da room houses;' two vaaaat building lobe, ail oa KL*?Slh2S.“E7F®S;! *S-tf _I STOCKHOLDERS' MBHITNG. | Tta* win be u annual Stoekhold-'' «• neetia* of the Bcstlsnd.' Dtckaos and Warerly Cotton MM* the 24th dayofJtg, »lg, at the Court House E&itfw " » B25w. FOUND—Prea bytartan Sunday tehool pin. Owner can get hum* st this otter. Charge* 50 oenta CANTALOUPE CRATES on bead st Laertaborg. Can be delivered st ■■y «»*. 8e* Rrerett Covington or H. W. XiluHn. fotf College well fquip school Palm Beaches, Mohairs, linens, Silks and Flannels, in “Pinch-Backs” and Plain Models $10;?! c New arri.a]*. The latest Idea* In featherweight Clothes from each greet tailoring houses as Bell lose Bros. * Co. and . other famous makers, beautifully cut and tailored. And. note this I There’s a tremendo'U difference ia Clothes of tide nature. Moat of them art towed together by girls la overall and shirt factories. These, are carefully hand-made by expert men tailors, exactly Nice the beet woolen garments. “What’s the difference ?" Well. It’s just one of those little things that “comes oat in the wash.” Are you oo ? Lonnie Hammond Everything In Men's Furnishing* Wouldn’t You Like to have a GAS RANGE IN YOUR KITCHEN? Of course you would, and of course you've often snaked you lived where iu was available. You need worry over that no longer for the FLORENCE AUTOMATIC OIL STOVE is an oil range equal to a gas range; it's safe, convenient and easy to use; no wicks to trim, no valves to wear out. You light a‘match. You tom a lever. At once you have an ia tensely hot, clear blue flame. It costa you for meh - burner about ONE-HALF CENT AN HOUR and ia always ready for instant use. Whether your family be large or email we have the very range that you need, and guarantee them to give P«rfect satisfaction. Stop In today and investigate. i.D. Sanford & Son “The Quality Hardware Shop." "The Velvet Kind” lee Creunaeldbf THE MODEL PHARMACY EVERY TIME YOU EAT I You realize the importance of the “quality” of your groceries. That our specialty 1b “QUALITY.” It costs us a little more, and we have to meet the same price as other dealers, but we find from exper ience that it pays in the long run, because we never lose our custo mers and are always gaining new ones. If s the quality that does it Buy. your groceries here and your wife can prepare » dinner fit for a king—Yes, even better than that—one fit for an American citi zen. McLaurm & Shaw ’Phone No. 43 Laurinbursr, North Carolina NOTICE Notice is hereby given to all parties who are indebted to the Town of Laurinburg for paving— that the amount is due and pay able on or before July 1st next. Those paying amount in full by that time will not be required to pay interest Those interested will please take due notice. T. J. GILL Traaranr Turn of Lamrfafcw*. REX TYPEWRITERS Brand New Prom Factory To Tew., I can nw you 180.00 oa a Typewriter and mU yaa one u Rood or better than tbe other fallow. A 9100.00 Machine For 967JO Guaraataad for 10 yean, and yon can pay for It at t&SO par roooth. to me or write me before yoo boy. D. J. EVERETT H» Tyiwirrltw th«._Uuri.biirr, N. C. JACKSON SPRINGS HOTEL JACKSON SPRINGS, N. C. OPENS JUNE 10th, 1916 Leonard Tafia, Leaned MRS. E. C. BUSS, Manager

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