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ill. q. P. Osborns was a business
visitor ht Laura! Hlil Thursday.
Mbs Ins Morgan of Bad Springs
Is visiting friends in the city.
Mr. Jam— C. Morgan and family
of Raeford are a ponding several days
in and nsar Laurtnburg with friends.
Mrs. J. W. Mason and children have
gone to Mooresvilte to spend e month
with Mrs. Mason’s parents.
Mr. and Mrs.' H. M. Eubanks at
tended the big Fourth of July celebra
tion at Monro* leat week.
Miss Mary MeXtnnon left Sunday
night tot Lenoir to spend soma time
with her sister, Mrs. Lamar Pngram.
Mr. John L. McKinnon >* spending
the week In Florida, gathering am'
shipping hit cantaloupe crop.
Mi— Tom Stewart la spending a few
days with Mias Ail—n Rsmsaur of
La m barton.
Mr. Lonnie Hammond left Monday
for New York and Other northern
eities on • pleasure end business trip.
Mile— Margaret and Betsie Mc
Neill returned Monday from e ten
day*’ clasping trip at Jackson Springs
Mi— Annie Bostick has returned
from EUerb— Springs where the at
tended the annual Fourth of July pic
Ml— Lilly May. after speeding
some time here with her unde, Mr. J.
M. McCormick, left test week for her
hots* at Moreen.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Maxwell Gregg re
turned I—t week from their honey
moon trip and are at home at Mrs.
Lieutenant A. L. James, Jr., of
Washington, D. C„ has arrived to the
city to viait hit parent*, Mr. sod Mrs.
A. L. James.
Mrs. Gao. W. Neal left last week
to spend some time with her sen at
Beaufort. Mrs. W. H. Neal accom
panied her a* far aa Wrightsvillo
Beach, where she spent several days.
Miss Annie Elmore, who has been
with Mrs. Boa Brinson aa milliner for
the past several seasons, left Tuesday
for her home at Waco to spend a
month with home folk*.
Miss Mary Deaton of Jacksonville,
Fla, who spent several days her* with
Dr. and Mia. J. L. Gibson, left Thurs
day of last weak for Hickory, where
ah* will vlsk relative*.
Friends of Mrs. W. F Gibson of
Gibson will bo glad to loam that ah*
has so far recovered from a receipt
'lllnae* that she is able to attend
Mice Anal* Ooodwyn has returned
after a month’s viait to Tyhes island,
Ga.. where ah*, attended e boss* party,
and a visit with friends at Beaufort,
8 . C
Friends of Mr. Arch Currie, who
went seven! days ago to fate farm in
the Sandhills, will he glad to knew
that hie condition is rapidly improv
Mrs. J. H. Harrin of Charlotte sod
Mrs..M. B. Wilkes, and little son. M.
B. Wilkes, Jr., of Bichburg, 8. G, art
spending several days In the city with
Mrs. R. K. L. Cowell end Mrs. J. T.
As announced in hut week’s paper
by Supt. L M. Peels. txaaLhatioos
for teachers’ carti flea tee, whit* and
colored, will be b*M at the court
house Thursday and Friday. July IS
Dr. W. P. lamt, m «< Mr. A. L
Junto ef tide dtp, saceoaefuUy paeeed
an iraarinatfoa before the board at
examiner* ef the Bute Medical So
ciety and wee granted Meeeee U prac
tice wed trine la Ibis State.
Mr. Cecil Sanford, ef tbe Srm of J.
D. Sanford * Son, loft last TOoraday
far Saif, Va_, to Join Mre. Saafotd,
who baa beea mending some time
there with her relative*. They ere
expet ted to retain home this week.
•ta-lp8te in M IM IMU 2MMI
Mr. and Mr*. Lamar Peg rale have
returned to their heme at Loaolr from
Baltimore, where Mr. Pagram under
went e eerieas operation. We ere
glad to note that he baa euAcicntiy
recovered to be retnovod tc Me borne.
However, It ie said that It will be
mm time before be bee entirely re
Among those receiving Heanae to
practice medicine at the recant exami
nations by tbe State Board ef Medi
cal examinera, was Dir. J. 0. Pate of
Gibson, who tied wKh Dr. J. C. BraaU
lay of Spring Hope fee second place
in ben era far highest average*, the
grade —da by Dr. Pate beiaf MAS.
Phrrt place wee wen by Dr. John W.
■aerie at SeidevUle with e grade at
. Rl*irtea-Wagraas Data.
Speelal to Tha Exchange.
Wagrsm, Jaly 11—Rev. J. A. Me
MUlao of McCoU, 8. C. with a party
of about twenty-five yooag mao and
boya, has bean spending a week, samp
ing out on one of the moat popular
bluffs of the Lumbcc. This communi
ty ia always glad to welcome Arch,
aa ona of the original “eun-burat"
boya. We cordially invite tbs young
men to coma again. Such boya would
find a welcome anywhere.
.Miasas Fay, Xaud and Mary Mem
ory of Whltevllle, with their little
brother, John Charles, ate visiting el
the old McNeill homestead. Their
mother, Mra. J. L. Memory, will Jol*
them thle week.
Miss Kate R. McMillan te spending
a wash or two at tha Baptiat Retreat
in the Blue Uidge mountains.
Mrs. Annie Pattereon of the Laurel
!<11 section, with her sisters. Misers
.'Jery end Kate McNeill of WoodvIUe,
made short call* among their many
friends at Riverton recently. These
changing sisters have learned the an
of growing old gracefully. While
they must have had their share of
trouble—their only thought seems to
be to scatter happiness wherever they
Mr. Sib NcLmd and family and
Mr*. Kirkpatrick have returned to
their home at Merton after spending
ten days at Riverton. It is jast this
kind of felka that ear people would
like to fee own cottages end spend
their simmer* among a*.
Mr. K. C. Smith end hie wife err
visiting at St. Paul this weak.
Mrs. John A. Natron and son of
SmithIIeld are speeding the summer
at tha horns of Dr. W. C. Shaw.
Mm. Alex McKenzie of Chad bourn
has returned' hetne after spending a
week with her mother, Mr*. A.*A.
Mm. Charles Beeves of Loris is
visiting relatives at Riverton.
The boy scout* who hav* been tent
ing on the 1 .umbos, entertained a
number of young ladles at a chicken
stew. The young ladles report a
most delightful evening. Thanks to
the gallant young South Carolinians.
Cera are being loaded dally with
cantaloupes for the Northern mark
Misses Jannell end Mery Patterson
Livingston entertained the Csrpe
Dims clab on the night of July the
Fourth. The national colors wars
used in the decorations. Master Phil
lip McNeill, dressed to represent a
firecracker, served a delicious fruit
punch. In the progressive games
Mias Kate Watson sn first prise.
Miss SaUie Smith the booby. After
a salad course mad much sweet music
end patriotic songs, the gueete de
wmr it IB comforting.
What It Means to Haro tha PabUc
Health Cared far.
Bulletin State Board of Health.
“There's ae little comfort," said -a
man reoaatly, “la living in a county
where the health of He dtisona is
weQ looked after. 1 weed to live,"
ho, “la a county where there wee
ao attention whatever given to health
matters and tha people themselves
bettered la those old fogy supersti
tions about keeping o* (Resales that
are almost as bad ae witchcraft, and
what is worse, they practiced than,
and are still at It, from what I hear.
How are they to help ItT That ectas
ty doesn't spend one cent to teach
after their health aad keep them wstL
As a matter of fart," said Ae
■panbar, “those people, meet of than,
are still afraid of sight air to tha ax
teat that they believe H cause* sick
aaaa instead of pres wets it, end ft is*
ara tlm tame oeagmdal tampan ions to
la a county where snek la not tha
ease. Why, tha whole-time health of
ficer of the nuaty hi which I new
live hae vaccinated everybody who
would he, free of charge, agalaet
smallpox and typhoid favor, and bas
shewn us hew te get rid of meUrie,
ao what have we to worry over If we
do oar part to keep well 7 I'd tike to
knew that 1 would always live ht a
The Derby Memorial School in Rich
mood County <• wide awake to the
yoeeibiUtki of the public school la a
, The pupils ere ratting out a school
wUrrMI. HUB uViiT ll'c InWTMt
Ins sheet. The artieiee shew tha ra
how the viewpoint end botUon of the
country child may he broadened.—
L'niTcmlty News Letter.
With tha 8kk.
Mist Martha Newton of Oibeon an
ferweat an operation at the Hamlet
llenyiul Thursday of lest week. Her
condition is rery favorable.
Mrs. 8. Y. Bridges* of Laurel HIR,
who anderwent pa operation at tha
Haaokit Hospital asm* Urns ape, hat
fnHy ^raaersrsd and was abta te rs
' Ear. and Mrs. Frauds Inn Ma
Can of ML oily, aaaaaata tto mi
xfaga ad ttoir dsagktar. Mina Wood,
ta Mr. William Faaataln Ltyaaamk,
wkitfe amt »aa aatanadaad aa tto
mmatag of Wada today, July Sftk.
Mr. and Mra. Upaaamfc wSl to at
boats, altar Jaly U, at T17 Calaatal
Avaooe. Norfolk. Ta.
to. Mr. MoCaA and family art
farmor raaldaata ad Scotland eatmty
aad tto aaaanni—at ad tto mar
rlagw of Ma daughter will to raarlrad
with intaraat hara.
NOTICE or DttSOLL’TIOK.
Thia ia to aartlfy that tto Inn of
Byrd A Kaarni, doing baaloaao at
Wagram, kaa boon diaadasd aad that
J. W. Koama la no longar aonoaafad
with tha kuatnaa*. W. J. Byrd taka*
over tha buainaaa and iiaamn ra
aponaibility for obligations.
I. W. KEARNS.
July II. 19H.
A man* the many other Into footing
faataroo that Manager Dilkm hat
gathered for th* Foarth ed Jaly cele
bration at Monro* la a yorferaware
by a do* of the county that rail*
beep* and perform* ether iataroetin*
atunt*. Th# do* era* trained and 1*
owned by C. F. Yandlo ed Monro*
Townabip sad is named Taft.
BOUND TRIP FARR
WEEK END EXCURSION
SR 26 to Wilmington
$6.20 to III* Of Palma
$6.20 to Sullivan# Island
Tickets on sale for all trsinsoo
each Saturday and for forenoon
train* on each Sunday from May
27 to Sept. 11, inelusice, limited
returning to roach origins] start
ing point prior to midnight of
Tuesday next following date of
SUMMER EXCURSION FARES
$7 35 to ule Of Palma
$7.35 to Sullirana Island
$410 to Myrtle Reach
$10.66 to Norfolk
Tickets on tale from May 15 to
October 15, Indus#, limited re*
turning until October 81. Liberal
stop-over privileges. >
Schedule and further particu
lars cheerfully furnished upon
application to, •
O. P. FOWLER, Ticket Agent
Pembroke. N. C.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
The Standard Railroad
of the South
A well established, well eqsip
ped, and vary prosperous school
for girls and young women.
Fail term begins September
For catalogue, address
J.-M. Rhodes, Littleton, N.C.
w. c CALDWELL
Office oo Isilroad Street, rear of
M. A. McDougalds.
Might .Phaae lJJ.L Day TKom l&t
JAB 1 MeNAIR, Agent.
T. H. MONTS R, Maaegor.
FoM Bn# bast eampani**. Yam bed
•am will b* appreciated and amefufiy
Ltiirinburr, N. C.
mr. A. P. Hawawwd.It-ad
FOR SALE—Two alx room boaaat:
two rmam botidin* lota, all aa
FOUND—Praabytariaa Sonday aehoe)
sfc. °ss^a/i^r* •*
<wnc*- WMffl «• MllU.
CANTALOUPE CBATEE so taal ,t
LmMee. Cm b. MbaN at
BT “ 3 YOUR JUNK
TO THE WOOD YARD
At Lnriabanr, N. C
OM Arctic SImm. HWreU IVn, bU
V^Ttm. AfnMI.., Mixed I
BAGS—Gum Beck*. (hu «tadb
W« p*7 k nr A far Ti1lirii|
GA8TON A GRAHAM
What you want la Fir*
Insurance is service and
We gt*e both.
bare yoar busi
ness, then yea will be con
HINTON JAMES, Pres.
W.& DUNBAR. 8**. 4 Tims.
AT THIS STORE
QUALITY will please you and our
SERVICE will not get on'
• . • r % •
The BEST of what yea want when yea want it.
That’s ear style.
■ Maybe you are “creaky" about what yea eat.
Mast people are. If yea are particalar la this ie»
•pert, we can please yea.
Grocery Buying Is Easy Hen
Too don’t have to take rkaarae oa the %aaUty
—for we sell only one Mad Tilth Grade. The
Mnd that pleases yea and caoars yon. to Imp right
oa coming here, month after nsentfc and year after
We are in business to please yen and we knew
that SERVICE means soccem.
McLaurin & Shaw
’Phone No. 43
Laurinburg, North Carolina
A Wise Man Pro
tects His Future
It mom coaifart b aid aft.
It mmma frectoa froa the kanvwiaf
car** of parertj in tbe decline of life.
Let a tarings account in thia bank ha
the FIRST step. The athan will com
The State Bank
“The Bank For Year Soring*."
9 metal shingles
J. F. McNAIR, I'jbqrt, W. C.
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