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Mr. J. W. Jackson spool Sunday
wtth bsme folks at ■nead's Gcvra.
Ur. J. H. PnyWr to spending aorurul
day* wtth friends at Ditto*. B. C,
Wiiaton aad Charletu.
Work ha* bin eommoneod on th*
n*w Mtdwcs of Ur. J. Uaa Gragg
oa Church street.
We regret to note the Ulaea* of Mr*.
E. D. Ballard, who to suffering from
a kvus case of typhoid fever.
Mr. C. P. Osborne, manager of th*
Port Barrie* Balm Static*, made *
business trip to Aberdeen Tuesday.
Mr. Henry Pag*, Jr., of Aberdeen
wa* a buaincaa visitor in the city thi*
Mr. Bentos) O'Brien of Hamlet spent
Tuesday, July the Fourth, in th* city
with his father. Mr. John O'Brtesv.
Mr*. Agnes Myer* left Friday for
Clarksburg, W. V*., whore ah* goes
to visit her daughter, Mr*. C. J. Gar
Rev. J. M. Rosa. Mrs Rose and Miss
Annie Roa* toft Monday for Fayetta
viito, where they will visit until Sep
Rev. H. M. Dixon, pastor of Red
Spring* Pr*abyt*rian church, oecu
piod th* pulpit at the Laurtnburg
Presbyterian church Sunday.
“Young" Harhtr, editor of th*
Maxtoa Scottish Chief, was a Laurin
burg visitor Monday, coming up to
witnoaa the ball game between Lau
rinburg and Raeford.
Rev. A. A. McCeochy, D D, paster
of tbs Second Presbyterian church of
Charlotte, apent Friday in tha city
with his mother. Mrs. N. A. Me
Postmaster G. H. Russell left Tues
day for Hot 8piings, Arkansas, where
he will spend a month, taking treat
ment far a rheumatic affection which
has been giving him trouble for earns
Mr. end Mrs. C. C. Bullard of Fay
•Ueville wore hers to attend the fun
eral of Mr. Shelton Monroe. Mr.
Bullard returned home today. Mr*.
Bullard will remain here for a few
Mr. Russell Middleton of Jackson
ville. Fla, and Mr. Joseph Middleton,
of Wilmington, who were called here
on account of the death of their aunt,
Mrs. Kate Middleton, have returned
to their respective homes.
Special mention la mads of the ad
.vertiaemant, beginning in this issue,
of the A. and M. College, Raleigh.
examinations foe this col
lage will ha hold at tha court house at
Laurtnburg Thursday, July IS
Mr. Frank Wright, a successful
young farmer, of Gibson, was In tha
city Monday. Ha states that he and
his father, Mr. 8. J. Wright, along
with others, will begin shipping can
taloupes tha latter part of this weak.
. We are glad to note that Mias
Emma Bitch, whs underwent an op
eration at a Charlotte Hospital one
day last week, la rapidly recovering
and is expected to return to her home
The Men's Union Prayer meeting
was held Monday night at tha Pres
byterian church, with Mr. H. O. Cov
ington leading. The next mooting
will ho at the Baptist church Monday
night of next week, and Mr. R- D.
Phillips win conduct the meeting.
Sheriff W. D. McLaurin wont to
Charlotte Saturday to meet Ms son,
Mr. Angus MeLaurliV whs has boon
In school at Kensington, Hi They
returned to the city Sunday. Master
Angus was accompanied horns by
Master Alex Noble, who is also a
student at Kensington.
Mr. J. L McNair and family.
Messi*. J. P. McNair. Connie Ham
■mod, Gilbert McKltmon. T. T. Cov
tngtoo, Jr, W. T. Herndon, Mr. D. C.
Od«m and (badly, Mr. and Mrs. B. N.
Orabb, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Pender and
Mr. tad Mra. Mm Cameron, apant
Sunder at Jackson Spring*.
Mr. a,d Mrs. C. I. Patrick and chil
dren of Charlotte arrived in the city
Saturdafta vhdt at the home of Mr.
and Maa-1. C. Jordan. Mi' Patrick
baa retamd to Charlotte, where be
I* employ* by the Ford Mater Co.
Mr*. Pbtric and children wfll re-,
main hate fa aovaral week*
Mr. J. local agant for Urn
Saahoard, wither*. Wataoa and chil
dren, Is epandU a- month'* vacation
at Mt. Airy. b;ri*g Mr. Wataoa’a
aba nice Mr. G. ' Bowe hea Charge
of the Seaboard's-mine*, bssu. Mr.
B. M. Blown of C-nyviii, ■„ r,!,,*.
hut Mr. Howe m agent.
Mr. Whiter Voper ef Chariot* to
eptndiag a few da ye hen with heme
Mr. a C McCallem, formerly with
the Cape Fear News of Fayetteville,
wae (n the dty today.
AUoraey ,W. H. Woathonpooa left
Wedateday morning on a butlacie trip
to Wilmington and Whherfllt.
Miat Rodney Flack, stenographer
for Xueeefl and Weathorepoou, hae
glveo up bar work for the prooiot
on account of illneea. Mite Flack
loft Taoaday for her home at Union
Mr. J. L. McNair, agont for the
Buiek care, reporta a tala Saturday-^
one Buiek tix tearing car to Mr. An
gut Blue of the county. Mr. McNair,
we unde re land hat other aalea made
and will deliver the can Just at aeon
at they ran be had from the factory.
MISS HAZEL HUSK.
Uled at Hamlet Tweeds? Evening—
Funeral Here Thla Monrisi.
Mil* Hasei Muae, daughter of Mr.
and Mr*. M. D. Muse of Hamlot, dtad
Tuesday evening at six o’clock at the
home ef her parents in that city, fol
lowing an illness of about four months
The remains war* brought hole via
special train this morning and laid
to rest in tha Laurinburg cemetery.
Punaral services were conducted at
the grave and war* in charg* of Rev.
M. H. Tuttle, pastor of the Methodist
church at Hamlet.
Miaa Muae waa a niece of Register
of Deads C. K. Muse and Mr. t. B
Muse of this city. Her grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Musa, are resi
dents of this county.
1 On Program.
Of much interest to tha people of
laurinburg and Scotland county is tha
success that is being won by ooo of
bar young ladies in the educational
work of the State.
The young woman in question ia
Mias Lula M. Case!dry, daughter ef
Mm. H. J. Caseidey. Mia* Cassidey
holds an Important position with the
board of education of Orange cocmty
and has been doing such highly satis
factory work that board recently stood
by her in a matter ia which ths waa
not receiving the full co-operation of
the superintendent. In fact he was
•■Wed to resign and ret out of the
In glancing over the program of
Country-life institutes in progress at
Chapel Hill this weak, w# notice that
Mia* Cassidey will today at 10.40 a.
m., deliver an address on girls’ club
work, and Saturday aha will rilaouau
County. Couuasnscmtntl and'setioaT
Strew* Hail Storm.
Mr. E. J. Ha*tar of Lower William
son township, was a Laurfnburg visi
tor Saturday. Mr. Hester told tho
Exchange man of • oarers hail and
wind storm which visited his section
Friday afternoon. At his own farm
tha damage was quite servers, oom
pistMy destroying about 12 sens of
cotton. Just below Mr. Hester tha
storm struck tha plantation of Mr.
James A Graham audhare the dam.
«»• was i. Large
stones falling on a_ oaa and
a wagon simitar,. smashed both of
them. The damage to crops at Mat
Graham's was mors extensive than at
TBY IT! SUBSTITUTE FOB
Starts Tw U*er Without 'Making
You Sick aad Caa Net Ballrate.
Every druggist in teem' your drutg
gtat and everybody's druggist has no
tiead a great falling off In tka talc at
colonial! Tbay all give the same rea
eoe. Dodson’s Liver Tone la taking
'Calomel is dangeroua and people
know H, wkllc Dodson's liver Tone la
perfdetly Ufa and give* better re
MlU,” said a prominent local drug
girt. Dodson’* Liver Ton* la person
ally guaranteed by every druggist
who (alls It- A large battle costa M
easts, and If It fails to give easy re
lief 1” every base of liver sluggish
ness And constipation, you have only
t* ask far your money back.
Dodsoa’s Liver Tons is a pleatsnt
tasting, purely vegetable remedy,
harmless to both children and adult*.
Taka a spoonful ut night and wake
up fasting An*; no bfliouantaa, siA
hoedacha, add stomach at constipated
bowels. It doaen't gripe or cease tn
convanltnefi all the next day like vio
lent calomel. Take .a doe* of calomel
today and tomorrow you will feci
weak, rtek and naueaatwl. Don’t km*
a day’s Work! Take Dodson’s Liver
Ton* Instead and fwl fine, fuU at
vigor and aaabKioo.—Adv.
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GREGG-CAMTHEM AT ROCK ”
Mr. J. Muni Gregg Wade HiJ
Annie Lynne Carethor* ta South
Lynne Cere Users, tha beautiful and
accomplished daughter af Dr. and
Mis. T. X. Cam this, became tha
bride of fames Maxwell Gregg, of
Laurinburg, N. C.
The suburban residence of Dr. Ce
rethera, with its colonial perches and
wide sweeping lawns, afforded an
ideal setting for the sacred ceremony.
The whole Interior eras embowered in
greenery, delicate ivy and smile* and
tiny white wedding bells being ar
tistically combined, the appropriate
emblems swaying in rows In the
double doorways on either aide of the
hallway, and crowning the arching
trellis of green before which the
'youthful couple stood to plight their
troth end speak tha solemn roars as
pronounced in loving tones by the
bride's ancle. Rev. J. H. Dixon, of
Banking tha mantels, roars of light
ed white candles added to the effect
Aa a prelude to the ceremony, do
Mghtfnl music was furnished by Miss
Julia Cork, of this city, avtth plane;
Hoyt Cook, of Kershaw, with violin;
and vocal a umber* by Mias Eve Cov
ington, of Laurinburg, and Mrs. J.
Barren Steele, of this city.
The Lohengrin Bridal Chorus an
nounced the arrival at the bridal party
which pasted down the stairway and
into the Eaet parlor, as follows: First
the uehere, the bride’s brother sad un
cle. Erwin Carothers and Lae Rnrin,
of Charlotte; bridesmaid. Mies Isabel
Carothers, sister of the bride, wear
ing a gown of white net with tetin
bands, end carrying p bouquet of
white sweet peas and roses; maid of
honor, eldeat sister of the bride, Mies
Florins Carothers, guwned in Nile
groan taffeta, with silver lace, with
arm bouquet of the sweet peaa end
roans; ring bearer, a tiny cousin of
the bride, Isabel Byars, wearing a
white lingerio frock, and carrying the
ring in the heart at a gsrdfnia; train
bearers, alec cousins of the bride,
little Elisabeth and Margaret Byers,
in lingerie end white ribbon*.
The bride was attended by her
father, Dr. Carothers, end the groom
by hie best man, Donald Clement, of
Salisbury, N. C.
The bride made a naver-to-be for
gotten picture of youth aad beauty In
her gown of shinuaering lUnrc^tk
Otany Princeaa lam, the bodies
ambroidarad ia peart*. The veil,
esaght around the hair with vaUey
lUliea, touched the ham of the train.
A» alagaot bouquet of Bride rose* aad
lerpa showered with Uliaa, completed
Daring die ceremony soft' mask
!wne pUyed on piano aad violin by
Mia* Cork aad Mr. Cook, pod daring
the reception foUoerfng, theee moot
cions, aad another. Miaa Margaret
Craig, of this city afforded a pleasing
accompaniment to the happy conver
Receiving with Dr. and Mra. Cs
rothers were the following: • Mrs. S.
A. Gragg, of Florence, tha groom’s
mother; Rev. and Mr*. J. H. Dixon,
Mlasos Eva and Alies Covington,
Henry Malloy, A. A. Jamas, and J.
Diekeon Phillips, all of Laurie burg;
A. Jacluon Bell, of Charlotte; Mias
Sadalla Stewart, of Raeford, N. C.;
Mias Gladys Twitty., of Heath
Springs; Mias Ivor Brown, of Ssnaea;
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Byars, #f Bethea
da; Mrs. J. R. Sburlay. of Beak Hill.
In the west parlor war* tha wad
ding gifts, a beautiful display, and
entertaining here and presiding ovsr
*ke bride's register was Miaa Ivor
Broom, of Kanawa
The dining room was most attract
hm h. He odonuaeat of giaen and
piak, in rests and hydrangeas. Sus
pended over the table the centra] Hght
abene through the eoft mist of a wad.
ding heH of whit# mailae, outlined
with tiny rosebuds. Delieiooe cake
■»d block cream in pink and white
ware served by Miee Elisabeth Paris,
Irimlaa Carothars, Jessie Rabb, Re
beoea Hieklln, Virginia Cork and Mary
Evelyn Byers. Pavers—tiny whits
ribbon bows—'wsre pinned <m by
Mlsaoa Mary Oral* and Aanis Barron.
• On the front porch, punch was
mured, by Misses Gladys Twitty, of
Heath Spring*, and Alice Covington,
of lmurinbur*. The pum-b-bowl was
»o«t unique and attractive, bring
fashion sd freen a huge block of ice, in
a bed of ferns.
Mr. and Mrs. Gregg motored to
Charlotte, whence they proceeded on
a bridal trip of a fortnight to At
lantic CHy and other points north.
They will be at home to their
friends in Lauriaburg, wham the
■Mom^s a prominent young business
man and mast popular to society dr
eles, wham a cordial -ilrnmi awaits
Ms^jlalaty bride,—Roek HOI, 9. a,
i Boaster Vance's states was unvsOad
to Washington Thnmday wMh ay pm
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W* will far tha market priea tor
• tan ami dow wheat. If you have
1 ***’ »«« «■iVhoaa er coma ta tea
aa. McNair kJHSg Co, Laarin
hur*, N. C. 14-17
? *011 BALK—Two abc room bouaaa;
two vacant building lata, aU on
| l* •lu* puicusBgf, D9t *. 4. A/fil.
* (OUND—Presbyterian Sunday achaol
• pin. Ownar can gat aama at Uila
o®ta. Charger SO eanta
C. tANTALOUPC CRATK8 aa band at
. Can be dalivarad at
_ ..Saa Kvaratt Covington
H. W. MeLaurin. BMf
—Sterling silver pencil, coming
■ ball ground Saturday after
Reward If returned to Cbet
Caring your junk
#TO THE WOOD YARD
7a At Lmrinborv. N. C.
| «in bay jraar
■Us tap*. Diy,
w. Bboot Burlap
or tar par.
maa, Zinc, Load,
Bom and Hhoaa
ytU Tiro*. 8*14
•MW. Mixed la
ta. clean alack,
k. far Tailoring
| N A GRAHAM
you want in Fire
tS ferrice and
We" »lre botk.
Let*! oa hare your bu*i
awe. I [then joe will be eon*
fLAUH IN BURG AGENCY
Inaj ermnce and Loaaa
HIN-J rON JAMES, Pm
W. a* DUNBAR, Sec. & Tran.
• • v *' if.
You realize the importance of the
“quality” of your groceries. That
our specialty is “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
opes. It’s the quality that does it.
Buy your groceries here and
your wife can prepare a dinner fit
for a king—Yes, even better than
that—one fit for an American citi
'Phone No. 43
Laurinburg, North Carolina
SAID — “Bare what you can--always Ihro within
year income—avoid all oporalothm If
yon will always do this, yon are me to
• Try it. Select a strong, conservative
Bank* Open an account, however small.
Dopooit ngulaiiy and see how your
amiey works day and night—and grows.
The State Bank
“The Bank For Tear Savinfe.”
I * ArUfc
J. F. McNAIR, Laurinburg, N. C.
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