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D. M. Gillis Co.
PROGRESSIVE GENERAL HER.
Laurinburg and Scotland county baa
no mercantile bouaa wboao reliable
business method* are more genacally
endorsed than the firm of D. M. Gillis
Company, who succeeded Russell,
Gillis Co.. Inc. .
This wall known store baora aa en
viable reputation for high grade goods
of ail kinds, and a name for uniformly
fair dealing that has acquired a vary
large and satisfied regular patronage
aateng discriminating purchasers.
Aa immense stock of high class dry
geode, notions, standard makes of
shoes, whose quality ia a guarantee of
comfort, style and durability, heavy
and fancy groceriea, and the buying
and selling of country produce make#
this store bead quarters for the entire
trading public. ,
Satisfaction or money rofundad ia
the policy of D. H. CUlia Co., end If
a customer has causa for complaint,
the cause la always righted and the
customer satisfied, otherwise they
cheerfully refund the money.
AH in all D. M. Gillis. Co., are carry
ing a s-ock of genera] merchandise
not surpassed by any house of its
siae in this section. The principal
owner and manager of 1). H. Gillis Co.
it Mr. D. H. Gillis, a native of Hoke
coanty, whose well known high class
business system and fair treatment
hat won for him the tateem and pat>
Ton ace of the public la a substantial
measure, and placed him in the class
. of merchants dho have made a aasar
for commercial enterprise.
T. T. Covington &
This Is so ago of modernity hi host- •
nos* conduct, just ss It 1* modern in!
the provision of so many conveniences
of living of which our forefathers did
Aad la the buaineae world then la
ao agency which Is serving stettw
purpose and prodding hotter tawtass*
convenience than the reliable, trust
worthy brokerage firm.
One ad the meet reliable Irua of
this character in this on Ore ssstlsn
of North Carolina, la that sd T, T.
Covington ft Son, with offices In the
Britt building, located on Mata strata,
Lanrinburg. This Am was orgataqsd
•beat two years age; however the
senior member of Uv* firm is ana ad
the oldest and beta known brokers la
North Carolina, ha having bean In this
hustaasa far the past U years, la Urn
They make a specialty of daaltag
in Cotton Bead Products and fotHh
srs aad FsrtfHaer Materials, and
among them products handled la Add
jrrvorpnswfi tmbu nMijnitw, ix>v
tan Bead, Gotten Bead Meal, Gotten
Bead HutU, Muriate Potaah, Kabrit,
Agrleattural Una, Bagging ami Ties,
aad Steam and Daosastla OoaL
They uaa all sedsa, aad *1 quota
Hone are eabjoet to market ikaugaa.
Mr. T. T. Covington. 8r., and. Mr. T.
T. Covington, Jr, compose tfels im
portant and enterprising Mam
fins, and they fin up important niche
in the commercial Ilf a of T sinlnlims
sod this section.
Mrs. Sue Brinson I
HIGH CLASS MILLINERY AND
ft* l«*hily dt«WMtl«t ladfca
W I "ilMn tad Saotlaad mtty,
•to iNtidm eridnaUto and
ttorKatdw itrlM to todmn, tow
lMWad to (tod* diaito wfll to
to MS nMSpSoly to Sr to
Briaaea, laeatad «• Mala rtraat
Mm Brtnaw aatoasta <m> of tto
•very detail of the millinery business.
In addition to carrying a large and
beautiful display of art millinery, a
select Has of notions, fancy goods and
ladies novelties are kept in stock.
If there is any business la the world
that depends upon personality and the
artistic, It is ths mtlHaesy business.
Ths womm who have ths time aad
ths money and above all, tbs taste,
demand bocomiag, stylish hats, aad
far this a true milliner, an artist in
hats, who can make exclusive de
signs and make fust the right one for
every customer, la needed—and this
la jaat what Mrs. 9ne Brinson and her
experienced artists are doing, ad
mirably. Mrs. Brinson has been os
tabll ■ bod in Ugs particular business
for the past * years and each season
shows a deckled gala in the volume el
business transacted. Mrs. Brinson is
an example of the Twentieth Century
Mrs. Bricsoa't husband. Mr. A. i.
Brinsoa, now deceased, was ths pion- !
eer cantaloupe and watermelon man -
of this entire section, and waa a high
ly respected gentleman and boainaas
Hotel Chetwynd J
MODERN AND UP-TO-DATE.
The Hotel Chetwynd ie * smell
magnificent structure, end *11 Its ap
pointments era af the moat modern.
Then* ere 60 bed rooms, numerous
baths, and every room is provided
with bet and caM roaoing water, also
local sot long distance telephone con
■neetfdnsr The furnishings and serv
ice* are af the highest, everything be
ing done to promote the comfort of
the guests of this hotel, while the
ratee are as reasonable as possible,
consistent with the service given.
The Hotel Chetwynd is ran on the
popular american plan, and a special
featers Is the dining room service,
which ie most efficient and polite, has
become a meet popster innovation.
The cuisine ef this hotel la not sur
passed by any in this entire section,
ail delicacies and luxuries being serv
ed hi their season.
The proprietor of the Hotel Chet
wynd is Mr. L. T. Sanford, who Is
the activo manager and who under
stand* the ext ef providing the eon
gueota comfortable and to feel that
their patronage ie appreciated.
Mr. Sanford ie an experienced man
la the culinary Jspaitmsat, and h*
■*** to it that the meals of this hotel
have no superiors, and bat few rivals.
Mr. Sanford ia a prcgrsmln and *g
grmstve young business man, who to
always witling to lead Ms support (a
aay movement that would farther the
growth and prosperity ef Inurtaburg
and the comity.
M. F. Gilfeather
PROMINENT CONTRACTOR Of
THU SECTION TOR PLUMB
ING, STEAM AND HOT
^ It i» lh* "man who know* how" who
world, K wrttiw m* what Mm aodar
takln*. And H baa boon in tMa
"hnaWin# bow* that baa gaiaad tmt
Mr. M. P. Oilfaatkar bia aplwidld ane
ftttteg buatnaaa. Tbia la a eemblna
tioa at tradaa whan Mm auat export
kaowMfa and lamina ability aawot
Mr. Gilfaathar baa baaa nfagad hi
Uria Una of Milam far 4« pat
atgbtaaa yaa#a. Mm paat Mx of which
ha baa baaa data* haalwan ia Laaria
BahaMate Scan acaaialitj aa
latsa or awaH Mlnha awarded ta
hi* which ban baaa MBDad ta Mm
' * : ' 1 ; ’
fall satisfaction of all parties con
As an indication of Mr. C Ilf aether's
qualifications in this line of work, we
need only to point to the fitting out
«f Mr. J. T. John’s residence at John's
Statioa, N C, Mr. W. H. Cooper's
residence, Mra Mary Whitaker’s resi
dence and Dr. Pater McLean’s resi
dence, of Laurlnburg—also many oth
ers throughout this section ef North
Carotins, too ousts roue to mention la
a limited article as this.
la addition to the above Mr. Oil
feather la agent far Pneumatic Water
systems and ‘Acetylene Qaa Generat
or*, and makes a specialty of install
ing these in country homes.
He employs nothing bat the experi
enced mechanics, and in that way all
are assured at the very beat work.
Mr. Oilfeather has taken a com
mendable interest in public and civic
matters since becoming a resident at
Laorinborg and he la ana of oar moat
valuable business assets.
la Us shop on the graond floor of
The State Bank building, he carries a
complete stock of plumbing fixtures
J.T. Bostick & Bro.
ONB OF TUB LARGEST BUYERS
OF CANTALOUPES AND MEL
ONS IN SCOTLAND COUN
HORSES AND •
I« this Anniversary Edition of
Scotland County in (he Lauitabuxg
Exahaw—. It is a pleasure to mention
tho»o concern* which are the greatest
factors in the commercial and agri
cultural enhancement of Lsuiriaburg
and Scotland county*.
One of the foremost producers, buy.
era and shippers of cantaloupes and
watermelons in this part at the coun
try is the Arm of J. T. Bostick A Bn.
of Laurinburg. This Arm has boon
established for the past three year'
and each season has seen their
■sue expand, and we are safe la the
aaeertlon that this Ann shipped during
the last season over five hundred ears
of Vupas and malons from thto see
Mon—wtdeh to more than half of all
that went from this territory to the
Northern and Beat era —-Tt-rtT ). T.
Beoekk A Bro. are not only the targ
m* shipper*. but in addition are one
of the largest growers of this deUd
•na product in Scotland county, hav
ing hundreds at acres -at land under
cnMvatton. They have faBy demon
strated that they are not only sue os as
ful commercial operators at the first
class but progressive fans mo at the
ohavwdeat kind. The firm of J. T,
Bostick A Bra to inmpissJ of Mr. 3.
T. Beotick and Mr. J. A. Bostick.
i- T. Boetick * Bra. waa om of tka
jj™* twMm to Nt« into tot gancraJ
cento. Chian* tka krtun of tka
Bn i> to buy niVD nalii, botaac,
wagana, buggiee, hameee and aup.
ptiaa. In addition to thia they also
haadla agricol.aral toipltunto and
antomobliaa ^ To todtonto too high
tka aopartority of An gnoda handled
by ton, they an ton aato aganta far
ton wmM mnownad Una ad Lrtoma
ttonal Hamate* farming implamanta:
Niaaan, Haaknay, Wabar and Knight
eouraglng tka raiaiag ad dna leaal krad
kacaaa. toa jrapraram* ad atoek at
IN THE CONFEDERATE ARMY
Tfcora WHO WENT FROM THIS WMfctHATE MOTION TO JOIN
TIB ■ CONFEDERATE FORCES. AND WHO ADDED GLORY TO *
THE STATE'S PROUD WAR BISTORT.
Company P. BghteeoMi Baglmaut.
Kmwb m Scutch Bays. Left
I aerinhacg May —, IML
Qicriei Malloy, Captain.
Alfred A. Mofflt, Captain.
Wm. H. McLaurin, let Lieut.
John B. Buchanan, let Liaot.
Laurence Stewart, let Lieut.
A. A. Mofflt, lit. Lieut.
Daniel M. McLaerin, 2nd. Liaot.
John W. Roper, 2nd. Lieut.
■A. A. Moflit, 2nd. Lieut.
Archibald W. McGregor, 2nd. Lieut.
Franklin Mclntonh, 2nd. Lieut.
Jamee C. Buchanan, 2nd. Lieut.
Quia top her C. Qibeon, 2nd. Lieut.
Alfred A. Moflit, let. Sergeant.
Lawrence Stewart, 2nd. Sergeant.
Denial W. Middleton, Sid. Sergeant.
Jam** C. Buchanan, 4th Sergeant,
.v* T. Person, 6tb. Sergeant.
Archibald W. McGregor, 1st. Oor
Wm. H. McLaurin, 2nd. Corporal.
Franklin Mclntoah, Srd. Corpora].
Owen Mel^urta, 4th. CorporaL
Wra. H. Grifflth, musician.
AUep, John A.
Ballard, Wa. W.
Chance, John A
Colder, Jama. A.
Calhoun, D. McL.
Calhoun, Hugh C..
Clark, Andrew J.
Comelly, Daniel W.
Cornell j, W. C.
Cranford. John J.
Davis, Wm. C
DePrket, B. T.
Fairley, John II.
Falrky. Ale*. A.
Fortner, P. 8.
. Graham, Henry P.
Grayaan,*. J X
Green, Wm, H.
Green, Joseph P.
Gilchrist, John F.
Gibson, D. X.
Gibson, John A.
Gibson, Christopher C.
Ciboon, William H.
Harris, Winks- W.
Sl Harrk, H. B.
ilfeUiAald, H. W.
Harward. L. D.
Henderson, John A.
Huekabee, Angus A.
Jonae, Joecpk J.
Lyteb. John A.
Martia, John G.
Mat tea, D. F.
Ketplqr, Job* A.
Merphy. WOUmm A.
McCall, MM A.
Me Back lit, Milton X.
McKay, Archie F.
McKay, M. O.
Melina an. DanlaL
McKinnon. O. M.
MrKtaaaa. f, B.
, Mcloaa, DanlaL ,
McLean, I£,9.’. >
McLSaa, Mm P:
MeLaoehlin, Alexander B.
McT ancfclln. »ihn M.
MeNaOl. N*m A,
McNaffi, W. H.
HaKMO. A. H.
MeNaUl, Daaean. 7
MePharaon, Bdyar P,
MeQaaan, Naffi A.
MaOrafor. M. V.
MeKaa, Archibald L.
MaMata —a ,j
McNair, J. O.
Morrtana. John A.
Morrison, John K.
Maaaa, Gaarya M. '
Nawtoa, Jinn W.
Mfhwn, Waalay H.
Morton, Elijah, Br.
Hnrtan, jtUJah. Jr.
Morton. John C.
Mkhok, Hoary SL
NHkoio. j. W, Br.
MlrtaM. J. W, Pr.
Pattcrooa. Nadi. McN.
Padgct, C. A. C
Powell, John M.
Powoll, W. A.
Parson, Jesse. P.
Pate, John. ,
Pate, Stephen W.
Patterson, Hugh L
Patterson, John A.
Price, Calvin W.
Queen, Joeepta P.
Rash. L. P.
Roper, Ames W.
Smart, O. P.
Smart, W. H.
Smith, A. E.
Smith, J. W.
Smith, WUtiam P.
Smith, NalU W..
Smith, Neill McN.
Stewart, John W.
Thrower, Chaa. N.
Thrower, Henry M.
Upton, Boyd P.
Waters, John T.
Webb, Arhllst D.
Whisaant. J. P.
Wiikerson, M. A.
Wright, Jamaa W.
COMPANY E. FORTIETH REGI
Thi» company was principally from
Robeson Coaaty, bat Dm following
named persons warn from Scotland
Coonty. This company waa known aa
Chance, Christopher c.
MeBryde, Maleom H., Captain.
McKinaon, iota M.
McKinnon, Milton M.
Me Am, H. W.
McCormick, N. L.
McEacbin, W. X.
McGregor, B. P.
McNair, 8am. P.
McKay, John A.
Sutherland, Duncan D.
COMPANY D. FORTY-SIXTH REGI
Colin ptewart, Captain.
Danin! Stewart, 1st. Liaut.
Staphan M. Tfcoaaaa, 1st Lieut.
Hath Middleton. Sad. Uoat
Hailey Patteraoa, tad. Lieut. '
John A. MePhaai, Sad. Liaut.
John W Ptpty IdlMla*
NON COMMISSIONED OFFICERS.
Juaoi H. Morgan, Sad. Rargaan*.
Dunoon J. Stewart, 4th. toft
Haarr McNeill, Jrd. Corporal.
JaaM* H. Graham, 4th. Coiporal.
Bmetep, Jtmaa C.
OeldweB, Arehlbald C.
Oeetngtaa, Henry P.
Darla, George W.
Gflwea. Stephan P.
Godeon, J. T.
Graham, Alexander M.
Graham, Joe. C.
Haety, John H.
Bate, Hebert H.
■aadeeaaa, Hugh A.
Jaaaa, Jamaa 8.
Lameirt, Jamaa W.
Urfagstea. Danean D.
LMngetea, P. J.
■a i a w-- <
MeCaamtek, B. B.
Norton, William L.
Pa:Ur*on, NtiH McN.
rtmnim. Wilbajo L
MmB. fiiMii V.
m*m. Jooopfe w.
8oaad, Aim K.
Storaar, Anrfrww J.
Witan, John X
Wataoa, And raw X.
Watson, Jaaas V.
COMPANY B, THIRTY-THIRD
Brava, John W.
Chance, WOUaai A.
Morriooe, M. L.
Morriaon, John U
COMP ANT D, TH1ETT-TEISD
- MaBaa, i. Q. R.
McPhcroon, WItHam. 1
Me Loots, NailL
OHvar. Laochlte L.
Paolo. Plate her.
COMPANY. O. TWENTY-FOURTH
Smharland. John A.
COMPANY E, THIRTY-THIRD
Orm, DnnM E.
Smith, Male mb, B.
Wright. DanM D.
The following ftom tw.
ngiMt or company they hMongad.
McArthur, CoHn 8.
McCormick, Mardodc, Mia*. Cavalry
McConaick, John 1L, Mias.