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Mr. J. W. Jackson spent Sunday
afternoon with friends et Gibson.
lire. Bury McNair of Mextern was
a »i liter in Laariaburg Monday.
Mr. Douglas Baxter of Uibeun waa
In the city Tuesday on boutness.
Mr. Henry Page, Jr, of Aberdeen,
wae a business visitor in the city
Mr. H. T. Jackson, of Red Springs
■pent Saturday end Sunday in the city
Mr. R. D. Phillips left Tuesday for
Bladtnboro to spend a few days on
Mr. W. T. Crump, eaihier of the
Bank of W a gram, waa a visitor in the
Miee Flora Belle Currie, of Max ton
spent Sunday in the city, a guest of
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Curri*.
_ Mr. M. A. Stutts went to Charlotte
Friday for a short visit. He returnad
to the city Sanday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Gao. 7. Avinget have
returned from their bridal tour, hav
ing visited New York. Nlagra and
other Northern points.
8upL 8. W. Rabb of the Laurinburg
city schools has returned to tha city
after a three-weeks' visit to kls par
ents at Indianapolis, Indiana.
Mr. and Mra. J. R. Weetherspoon
of Durham are spending a few days la
tha city with Mr. Weethsripoon’s
heather, Attorney and Mrs. ff. H.
Mrs. W. A- Johnson and children of
ML Vernon, 6a, arrived in .the city
Wednesday of last week to spend a
few Jays with Mrs. Johnson’s parents,
Mr. ana Mrs. A. D. Currie.
Prof. Hugh Long with lira. Long
njd children left Friday far their
heme at Darlington, S. C.. after spend
ing a few days Hare with Mr. Lang's
brother, Rev. Jamee Long.
Messrs. Cooper and Avingsr, pro
prietor* of the Gem Theatre, are
treating their patron* to K>me high
clau photo-play production*. They
are running the Paramount • erica.
The following party made a pleas
ant motor trip to Fayetteville Tues
day: Mia. T. T. Covington and
daughter, Mbs Mary l^uiec, Mrs.
Mary Whitaker and far. I. H. Mason
of the Charlotte Observer. ,
Mr. A. D. Currie, accompanied by
Min Flora Belle Currie of Maxten.
and grandsons, Albert 8ydney and
Little D. Johnson of Mt. Vernon, Ge.,
•aent Sunday nt the hone of Mr.
Murdock McLeod In Hoke county.
Capt. and Mrs. J. M. Wright of the
Laurel Hill section wars ia the city
Toeaday, shopping. Capt. Wright b
one of the county’* oldest sad beat
Renown dtiaeoa and hit friend* are al
ways delighted to see him in Laarin
Mr. J. Letter Paylor left Monday
for an extended trip through the fag
Meat. Mr. Paylor win W»R San
Franc! too, Spokane. Seattle, Portland
“And other points of intereit. On the
return trip be eriB step for a visit to
the Yellowstone National park. Mr.
Paylor will be away from the city
three weeks of longer.
. Lieut. A. L James, Jr., who baa
bam hers for torn* time vleltiag hb
I parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Jamee,
1 leave* Thursday, July *0, for San
Prandsco, where be arfll anil far the
Philippine I*lands. Lieutenant James
win he stationed ia the Philippines
for perhaps the next two years.
Dr. F. P. James, son of Mr. A. L.
James, am* who was graduated in
andlntn* free* the University at
Pmodyvania last month, after a vis
it here with his parents, ha* returned
to Philadelphia, where be will make
a • pedal study of diseases peculiar to
wet mi and children. HI* work will
ha in ellaieu connected with the Uni
versity of Peanelyvama.
MM. L. L. LITTLE DEAD.
••bud W«a»« af Southern Pnaby
ttfiaa Church Dlaa la China—
Wen Enm Hen.
The newe received here tout day*
age to the effect that Mr*. Ella David
•on Little, wife or Rev. Lacy I.. Lit
tle, died In a hoepltal In Shanghai,
Chine, brought Morrow to many peo
ple who know this saintly woman.
Mrs. Little was the wife of Bov. Lacy
L. Little, a native of Richmond ooun
ty. She wee a native of York. S. C.,
being the eldest child of Samuel L.
Davidson of that place.'
Mrs. Little waa educated at Staun
ton, Va., and at the ago of 14 years
waa sent to China aa a miftkinnary
for the ProBbyterian church, repre
senting the rorkvilte church. She
wea for about tan years head of the
Hang Chow training school for girl*
at Hang Chow, China. After visit
ing America and lactnrad throughout
the country she returned to China
and wns married September 30, 1*00,
to Rev. I„ I,. I.ittin. She made two
other visits to America and while
hmy did a great amount of work,
visiting a number of the Southern
Hvr work in Chine was a splendid
psoeaM. 8hs organised a Bible train
ing class for girls and also a girts
hoarding school. Doctor 8pnmt at
Wilmington gave $5000 for the build
ing. She waa an unuseeUy beautiful
woman and possessed magnetism in
an unusual degree and personal charm
First Half Peaaaat Safe For Lam
. l*J®hert®a. July II.—Lumberton
cinched the Arst half pennant In the
Cepe Fear League today by defeat
Ing Leurtnburg.2 to 1, In e pretty II
tarring battle. Park toe, in second
place, has no chance to overtake the
leaden. The visitors' only telly was
• home rua by Davie in the second
inning. The locals tied the score in
the third on a wild pitch after the
base* bad been Ailed. Cornell end
5*U®"f* if.*he thirteenth,
doubled. McCormick, signed by
Lumberton today, split • Anger in the
third inning end was forced to retire.
Fairmont drop pod out of the league
today. The franchise probably will
be taken by Dunn or Hamlet.
Score by Innings: R. H. E.
T-a «rin berg— '
010 000 000 000 0—1 7 2
001 000 000 000 1—2 10 4
Batteviee: Lamb and Smith: H.
Stone end McCormick end Comril.
Who B«mU Re Vaccine ted A(aW
The question. Whe should be vacci
ne ted against typhoid fever? has re
cently boon answered by o noted phy
sician of this country. Ho says oil
who,come under the following heads
should ho vaccinated against typhoid
«* their positions largely increase
their cbaneee for contracting It:
Drummers and railroad man; oil vac
ationists, especially campers, paopla
whe travel much: practicing phyalc
utas end nurses; all people who live in
town end email cities; people who
Irro in the country; people who live
m a town or community when typhoid
ta epidemic; paopla tpho eat at various
hotels and restaurants; people who
havu no moons o4 knowing whether
their food has boon free from flies
and fllth; and finally all people who
have not big bank aeeeunts or who
have loved ooaa dependent on them.
The doctor dose not any aa much
but bo evidently moans to include the
whole world for fear somebody will
wilfully bo left out Bo docs not want
the responsibility laid at his door if
mme oao should excuse himoeif from
the above list and should contract ty
phoid fever and die.
Another doctor who dose not want
to bo responsible for any person's re
maining on vaccinated and contracting
people whom ho duos mot advise to
take Urn treatment the dead and
those who have already been vacci
nated—N. C. Health Bulletin. ■
CLYCKBINX AND BABB PBE
The simple mixture of buckthorn
bark, glycerine, etc., known aa Adler
l-ka. astonishes Leuilnbarg people.
Because Adler-i-ka acta oa BOTH
FUST EXCURSION OP THE
SEASON TO WRKUBTg*
Via Seaboard Air”Line Railway
Tuesday, July 25.
Prom Charlotte, Monroe, Lao
rtnlrarg, Hamlet, Wadeeboro,
Max toe. Lonbotea, Councils
and intermediate agency ata*
Tickets will be on sale far aB
trains July 25 with Bnal return
Unit to leave Wilmington an any
train up until No. 13 leaving Wil
mington 3:46 p>. m. July 27, |Sl4
Par rates, etc., call on your lo
cal agent or addrme,
H. E. PlenannU, T. P. A.
Wilmington, N. C.
Jnmoe Her . Jr., tTp. A.,
Charlotte. N. C.
John T. Want, D. P. A.
* REMEMBER 1'8 NOW. •
a _ a
,* Cantaloupe* are moving rapid- *
* Ijr sad email ia gowrag into •
* Scotland in a manner that to- >*
* «w»» a high dagrae of pew •
i* parity. Buyers and grower* •
* of the famous Scotland variet- *
* laa art reaping a rich harvest
* this yaar. •
* Now la a good time to roman- •
I* her that subscription account •
I* with Tha Laurinbjrg Exchange •
i * Wa have no cantaloupes to awl, *
* but we are glad that we oaa •
* enjoy proapnrtty with you in a •
* measure—if you will give aa *
* the glad hand and remember as *
* with a check for that subacrip- *
* lion. •
* If a goodly number of oar •
* friends and subscribers will *
* pass a little change our way, •
* while money ia easy, it will do *
* us good. And we tan just not. •
* orally do batter work with tha •
* proper encouragement. All *
* favors of this kind are highly *
* appreciated. Wa will be glad *
* If you will not forget aa. •
for * - •
All tha new idaaa are hare.
Wide latitude for choice
at popular prieea.
The newest idess in
now reedy for your selection.
Chooee here end he
25c to $1.50
Everington's Drug Store
The Bea-Tox Store
~ "!■■■" ■■■■■■
OUT OF FIXT
Tboae jour grocer fore .
dene plate of this delicious dl
, pm** Mai*. Driak a ptrt witk each
aalal U jraa v*M dafegleadwUh
R»l«aa rali.t, unMate|U*i *a
SHTVAR GINGER ALE
La aria burp. N. C.
A well aetaWiabed. well equip,
pad, end very procparoue eehool
20. 1M6. •
For catalogue, add me
J. M. Rhodes, Littleton, N.C.
W. C CALDWELL
Office on Railroad 8treet, rear of
M. A. MeOousalde.
WPIvAm 1J3-L Day ThM III
jab i McNair Agon*.
Y. H. HUNTER. “—t
Pall Itn* baot toaynlai. Yoar boal
aoMWlUbo appreciated aad carefully
iMriabnii N. C.
GASTON & GRAHAM
What you want ia Fire
Insurance ia service and
pivtccuT^# •• “•
We five both.
Let as have year busi
ness, then yoa will be con
Inaarancs and Loans
HINTON JAMES. Pros.
W. & DUNBAR, 8ec, ATrs—■
ROUND TRIP FARE
WEEK END EXCURSION
$8.26 to Wilmington
$6.20 to We Of Palms
$6JB to 8(1111 vans Island
returning to roeih
log point prior to
Tuesday next following
-* - I
$7.86 to Isle Of Paha.
•7.86 to Salttvaas Isia
$4.10 to Myrtle Beech
$10.65 to Norfolk
Tickets on sale from May 15 to
October 15, Indues, limited re
turning until October 81. Liberal
Schedule and farther particu
lar* ehserfdlly furnished upon
^OWLpSR, Ticket Agent
p-wi broke. N. C.
auJINTIC COAST LINE
The Standard Railroad
of tke South
AT THIS STORE
QUALITY will please you and our
SERVICE will not get on
The BEST of what you want when yon want H
That’s oar style.
Maybe yea are “cranky" about what yon eot
Moot people are. If yoa are particular hi Ode ro»
epeet, we can pleaae yoo.
Grocery Buying Is Easy Here
Tea don’t hare to take rhoaroe on tka qoaMty
—for we eeU only one kind— High The
kind that pleaeee yoa and csMea you to keep right
on eomiag here, month after maath aad year after
We are in business to pleaae yoa and wo know
that SERVICE aaeceae.
McLaurin & Shaw
’Phone No. 43
Laurinburg, North Carolina
TOURS FROM 10 to 40 DAYS
New York Alaska
Boetea pacific Ceaet
White Moaatilwe Yosearite Valley
The Segaeaaj Canadian Reckka
• Qaehee Lake limrier
Lake Champlain Gladar National Path
AoaauTcham YeUmratoae National Park
fit Lawrence Salt LakeO* *
The Thoaeand Island Colorado EUckiea
Niagara Ftlk Los Angeim
--- AND THE --
at Dan Diego, California
Tha vary blgbaet clan of aorviet, which make* travel
for p'teatur* comfortable and enjoyable
The Toon cover the moat attractive route* and the
principal place* of Scenic and Historic Interact through
out th* Groatoot Country in tha World.
Write for rate* booklets and descriptive
Tourist Agent* Seaboard Air Uao Railway
Raleigh, North Carolina