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Mr. W. C. Bum all spent today at
Mr. B. M. Kubanka mad* a builaaw
trip to Chariotto Thursday.
Mr. X. Campball Bias of Fairmont
•pent Sunday In Liarinburf.
MIm Mary B. Parker U viriting
relatives In Bladen county.
Mr. nnd Mr*. D. O. Wright at Cib
oon worn in tb« city Thursday. shop
Mia. Olodva Wataon of Virginia U
the guest of her slater, Mrs. D. T.
Mra, It- R. Micklrr of Florida U
mending aereral daya with her sister.
Nr. E. W. Craham.
Mr. Gna Hasty, a member of the
local ball team, »pent Sunday with
friends at Maxton
Mr. Lonnie Hammond has returned
after an extended trip to New York
and other Eastern point*.
Mt. C. K. B»mar> left Saturday
night for ■ two weeka’ etalt with rela
tives at North Emporia, Va.
Mr. Robert Monroe. wh<> has been
attending the summer eehool at Chap
el Hill, haa returned to the city.
Mre. G. Y. Jonm end children have
been visiting at the home ef Mr. end
Mra. S. McIntyre of Lumbertoo.
Mine Sarah Smith kdt Wednesday
for Durham, when aha srill rielt
friends for several week*.
Mra. T. A. Ramaaur and ehlldrm ef
Lumbertoo ara guMta ef Mra. Ram
aaur'a mother. Mr*. H A. Stewart.
Mim Tom Stewart has tetorned
from a eialt to Lcmbertoo, where rile
wai the gueet for a few day* of Mia*
Mr. R. L Crump of the new Arm of
R. L. Crump A Co. of Wagram. left
Monday night for an extended trip
to Northern a ad Barters points.
Mr*. f>. W. Medlln returned to the
city Sunday night from Maxton.
where the spent several days Inst
wwk with (ntwl».
Mr. A. H. Jama* left Thursday
evening of last week for Wrighto
rille Beach, where he joked a party
of Laurinbnrg folk.
Mr. Dan MeDougald went to Ham
let Friday ef laat week to attend the
funeral of Mr. Frank Lyles, who died
Thursday at that place following an
illness of several month*.
Messrs. Ralph Sanford and Perry
Inman of Part Laurinburg kft lart
week for Camp Glenn at Merabead
City, where they joined the North
Caroline National Guard.
Mr. and Mra. C- M rmykx ol utJ
lon, S. C., motored over Sonday after*
noon and apent Sunday alght and
Monday In the city, gnats at tha
home of Capt. 3. M. Paylor.
Mrs. KaW Thomas, Miaa Sue Wine
ton, Mre. Battle Shaw, and Maatw
John 0 Shaw, Jr, arrived this weak
' from Wright*vllle Beach, where they
•pent several days.
Min Bonita Hamrick of Boiling
Springs is expected to arrive this
weak to visit at tha horn, of Dr. B. F.
Falla. Mias Hamrick i# a member of
the faculty of Boiling Springs High
Rev. J. B. Thompson of the East
Laurtnburg and CaledonmMethodiet
<h arches. preectvrd the totrednetoey
sermon at tha opening of the Buck
ingham District conference, which
convened at Haaalat Wednesday «•
tog of last weak.
Min Mary Howard, whs has horn
tha - 3-*
Mias Cora Farmer, who haa bna
at Bax Hospital, Raleigh, for emna
time fox tmttnnt, haa retansd
horns, very much improved in health.
Her lather. Mr. H. C. Fanner want
to Raleigh last week and accompanied
her on the trip home.
Miaeaa GUdye Comgtoa ana
Laoiee Bin* hare returned team an
extended trip U North*™ and East
«rn potato. Mtea Corington waa one
of ifii umiiifill contoetmnta In tha
Charlotte Obeerrer'a recent eontaet.
offering trip ta a munbor of
yoangTOMB in thle eectien. Mtea
Bigga wont along in company with
the Obaerror party.
Tbia oAoo la gted to aaknamUdfa
tha receipt from Congraoomaa Bate*
art H. Vteaa a handiama portfolio,
matting forth ta erttatie manner the
bondttea od the National Park*. TWa
work waa taaued* ondar tha direction
and nltertti af dm Department ad
the Interior and te worthy of preeer
• Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Dos tar of Trwg
■pant Thursday and Friday at last
£*• ^ Mr- *"j h. m.
Mr. W. T. Covington nod two little
5°“* <rf„ R*«fonJ are visiting nl the
6TK ,a"- ">•
Mrs. Walter Normsnt of Dnxtlag
too, S C., la spending e waott in -the
f’dWSS. r w* B'- *•
Mrs. A. B. 'Walters end children
left Ust week tor Grafton, Vs., wkare
Miss Lins Kirkiaan, of filler (fity
wke spent severs I days here srith
Misses Iran* and Mary Lou Sanford,
left Tuesday for Fairmont, where ska
will visit friend*.
Mrs. L. L. Usxls of Wilson’s Mills
and children. Misses Ellen and Har
riet and Mr. Marshall Usslc, are
rasta at the horns of Mrs. Usxle’s
brother, Rev. James Long.
Mr. Edgar Whitaker celeb rated his
sixteenth birthday Monday evening
with a delightful social gathering at
home. A number of the younger set
were invited to enjoy the pleasure of
the .veiling. Delicious refreshments
were served and the occasion was a
happy one for those attending.
TWO CAMB8 CALLED OFF.
Engagement Here With Dana Thars
day aad Friday Cancelled.
sod Thursday at this week srere can
celled yesterday, because of anfev
orabie weather conditions.' The locals
are expecting to go to Dunn Thurs
day for a two game engagement. If
rains de not conUune these games will
be played, and the engagement with
Dunn here this wreck will be played at
some futury date. .
Claude Kitchla ia 112*.
Charity and Children contain* this
“Congressman Kitchin delivered an
address recently In the House that
Maj. Stedman aays era* the finest
aver delivered in Congress. This ia
n little strong, hot nobody in the
Homs today ia in Mr. KiUhui’i class.
Hon. Jim Mann la a baby ia his
And that la why we said months
ago—long before this particular
speech was delivered, that Congress
man Kitchin is the biggest man in
the democratic party. That is why
ere are for him for President ia 1»20.
That ia why ere have an idea that he
already looms large a* a presidential
possibility. Kitchin is a clear think
er. He is a man of wonderful abil
ity and ha ia as honest as spring
water. He docent truckle. He took*
thing* ever, conclude* what 1* right
mad what is wrong, and ~ s 11 liana,
goes according to Ms convictions.
Claud* Kitenia ia going to be beard
from -netioewBy-h» the nut four
yeara. They can talk of Underwood
and Lansing and all tha bally boys
prominent today In the party, bat
above them all and bey and them tow
ers Claude Kitchin. For President la
1910—Claad* Kitchin, of North Caro
Don McNeill Da^Tat Bern.
- Tha last iasne of the Msdm jour
nal contains the following account of
tha death Den McNeill, son of D. T.
McNeill of Corny. 8. C.:
A Utter to Mr. J. M. Johnston from
his brother-in-law, Mr. D. T. McNeill,
of Conway, 8. C-, Tuesday announced
the sad /act that ha had received a
telegram from agent* of the Steam
ship Marion, conveying tbs news of
the accidental death and burial at sen
on Friday of his youngest eon, Don.
No particular* of tha accident had
reach ad the bereaved family. The
raws “ -re*?- ±es
ago. Ho was w*U known around bore
sad his away ratatfvas and friends
will be shacked to hoar of his untime
ly death. . _
SIGNAL CORPS TELEGRAPHER
■ Ird lipffl WshMthrt.
W. X. Trench, atoat for (ho Sautu
F*. • year ago tan hU overall* bang
ing on a poc when bo wont for a visit
In vm pocket was a valanhle key With
a airing attached to It. The string
Inaghal not at the pocket. When Mr. j
Trench rotor tied he fonntl hW overall'
Of on ke/a. He ha* Jaw found tb<
wring and tbe key when he kicked i
cfen's nest while atepptn* new i
mneh of caetna-Mlent.ine (Cal.l rM«
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| ' V CibU1o«|« MoT»<»#nt.
j, July 14, 1*1*.
I Yesterday: Pea lean la 4 can; N.
1C. 2 care. Incomplete, 1 to PhlUk, 1 te
1 Wilmington: Ga. Bathing; Ala. 1; lad.
2; III. 8; Aik. 9, Incomplete; Nev. 17;
Ariv-Cai. an reported.
Previous shipaisnU: Sunday, Ind.
2, Cal. 47; Saturday, Ark. 4, Tea. 2,
Aria 04; Friday, Am. 44.
Yesterday: N. C. un re ported; S. C.
2 ears; Ga. 14; Ala. 6: Ark. A. incom
plete; Tex. ST, Incomplete; Vs. 1;
Previous shipment: Sunday, Csk
2; Saturday, Tea 4; Friday, Aria 1.
Columbus: Ge. 1; 8. C. 1; demand
good; 24-10 Ib. average. *1.74-1144
Buffalo: Ga.-8. C. 4 care, unload
ed; mkt. strong; dem. good; irregu
lar; variable: Tom Walaoa, 22-80 lb.
Boston: 20 lb. average 18-20e; SO
Ib. av. 24-S0c; 40 Ib av. S4-40c.; few
sales owing to late deliveries.
Cincinnati: 12 ears; dem. good;
Philadelphia: 8. C. 10 care, ar
rived, 11 unloaded, 21 on team track;
mkt. active: dam. good for good stock,
variable qJty. aad condition- consid
erable decay: Tom Walaoa. 28 ib. ave.
8174-8300: it lb. ave. 8824; 88 Ib. eve.
8240 ; 30 Ib. ave. *400.
Pittsburg: Go. 4; N. C. 4; 8. C. 9;
to ear* held over; mkt. strengthen
mg; dam. good: qlty. ordinary; varia
TTtw rrxi m*dum' •*0M**‘ Ur«».
. CWvaland: 4 carq; strong; $824
SS26 CAT Iota
Washington: 0*--8. C. 4 ears ar
rived, 1 bald ever; mkt. streng; dank
Chicago: Arrivala mure ported;
rakk steady; deal, moderate; many
poor; badly decayed; beat, $114-4260;
poorer, nothing to 8140.
New York: A C. 22 cars; N. C. 8;
arrived; 40 on team track; no sales on
account lata deliveries.
1; 1T.C 4; ia.Ta^g; 'Xh'S
irrogalar; variable; (lata, 1*125; Ga.
wide rang* olty. and ound. (lata, 60
*5e; North Caroline., qhy. poor; con.
126; Indiana a, gen. good; itda. moatiy
8-00; (lata, mostly 126; Climax bask
et*, moatiy 1.60
Boston Warm, eloady; Aria. 8;
Southern 11 cam: unreported yeeter
dar Nav. 1 car; dam. moderate; Cats
holdovers: atda. 8.80-8.75; Arias, qlty.
gait, good; some arriving soft; atda.
3.50-8.75; 86a. 8-8.50; ponies, i.75-8;
flats, 1.60-1 65; rails, wrap. 9s, 1.48
ortt. drWjr* ***■ *lowi
North Carolina*, fair, variable; boat
•td*. 1.1A0; Maim. 40-60e: Ga. flats,
moatiy 60c; md. qlty. aamaary, var
labie; atda. 1.25-1.50
Plttaborg: Cool, cloudy; Aria. 2:
Art 10; Cal. 1) Nov-rHi. C 2; lad!
1; M ears bald ovar; Ark. mkt. itaady
d«m. good for good stack; qlty. fair;
aomo arrlvtag soft; atda. wrap and
aofto 25-50c lorn; Southern mostly
poar and vary groan; ventilated .lock
vanr inferior, badly decayed: f#W
sales; demand alow- bast, 75-1.00;
others low aa 26c;'^*v. mit. onset
rtda. 8.00-826; pool**, moatiy VOO:
hidhuma, flrat oar. olty. fair, asm* *r
rivteg aaft, fear aaU* owing to late
ddivatite; Aria. mkt. Itaady, dem.
(Md. qlty. eond. good; bast atdo. 180
SJjS; pool**, UO-2.7*; Cole, mkt.
duB. dem. alour; arid* rang* qlty. aad
cooJ.; variable, boat,
hr; ponies, moatiy 180-2.T5: Honey
Washington: Rained aU night aad
indications *f non; N. C. 4 can, BpO
by axpraos, (crates); V*. 600 eratoo
by, bo*1: a car* bcU track storage; 1
holdover; wide rang* qlty. and cood.
North CmollnmTTdi^lty. good;
J£?®,*UJr f®®*1' *J**-8-08|
fate, 18<t?!00; poor, Tow aa 60c; Vir
fhtiaa, teda. flvo pack eratoo, boat,
2.00; troabol crates, 1.00.
W«yt»r^. I~«*r; Boatharal 10: Md. V,
•nM; Arts, lj Ark. 1; M<L X mw
1—dad; Ark. 1 Um track; Md. 81
tm forwarded; 8 teas tr^k^rw
yesterday 1000 crates hy ex
Joe; date, So-6Se; Aries, yea. good;
Dr. McLeod at Laurel HiA
Dr. W. A. McLeod of A satin. Texas.
ehmxrh and la Well knots kJJe luS
shown at the Q«t Theatre are aC
a food patronage and are
1 BUSINESS locals
•yon want ia Fir*
is service and
wili be con
s e rhore
roiInd nup FARE
. V to Wilmington
IT M to Iala Of Palms
Sunday from May
27 toSi*- ^ Indus! ra. limited
rcturntaJ to reach original start*
Pdor to midnight of
Tuesday n***1 following data of
SUMMEir EycU*SI(>N PARES
. *7 ZjtolMn Of Palma
•7 gglto SalHvass Island
S' ^ItoMyrUa Baaeh
nekataf00 from May 15 to
Oefabar W5’ '“dose, United PS
October 81. Liberal
Scbed Jf* *“d ,orth*r P«rtleo
] u^pfully furniahad upon
^CwLER, Ticket Agont
It’s So Easy
co**« nothing to keep your money (■ the beak.
W* don't charge you anything for taking eare of U.
We even give you a nice cheek book to be need when
fou wnb to draw any money. It (• aura eeay and con
venient to have a bank account You never get caught
041 aoaM Pl*M vriti-^Mit fund* because yam check is good
any plus. You never lose your rwmey. You always
know where it eonwa from and whom It gom to. You
hart a receipt for every dollar you pay out You si wave
have tbc exact change to pay your Wile and you will
cwtainly save money. Try It Wo bars neat end fold
ing pocket cheek books for ladies.
We psy 4 per oent and Compound tbe Interest snob
three moeths on aavia* deposits.
START AN ACCOUNT WITH US TODAY.
The State Bank
“The Bank Pgr Ynur Savings.''
Fruit Jars |
Pralt Jan have nth a habit of gettinf Imk- II
an that the supply needs replenbhiaf nth year. 11
How About Yours?
We adl the Queen Wide Month Glass Top
Jar—the Und recon aieoded by the United States
Department of Apricaltun ns the ante Jar. Lot
k y««r next supply he the “Qaeest.” Cents u little
mere than eedinary fruit Jan—bat worth the
Quarts 90c per dozen
Half-Gallons $1.20 per dozen
1 "The Quality Hardware Shop." I
I IT PAYS TO PAY fAHH I
THE HAMLET HOSPITAL '
Hamlet, N. C.
A thonmffhly nn»nl invitation fir the
adentifie treatment of X-Ray, Medical and Sargi
cal Came. Trained Nanea famished.
Special attention given to the Surgical Condition of the
Ear. None sad Throat
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