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Xr.jj; r. Bbm want Co Charlotte
Tuanday an baSnia*
Mra.' D. A. Watkins of Laurel HiU
warn a vtailor In tha city Monday.
Mr. H. D. Gibeou of Gibson spant
a law honra in th* city Monday.
Dr. 3. 0. Pst* of Gibooo was in th*
city Friday on boslaoa*
Mr. Douglas Baxter of Glaon was s
visitor In th* city Friday.
Mr. John M. McCormick apont Sun
day and Monday at Morwn, visiting
bis aiatar. Mrs. Ckariaa May.
Mrs. M. J. Caasidey hai raturnad
from Richmond, Va, whars eh* visit
ad her ton, Mr. W P Caasidey.
Mitt Cora Msa McNsilt of near
Raaford baa baan visiting Miss Agnss
Lyrm Back an nan.
Mr*. J. R. Bivaas and children of
McColi, S. C., spent Tuesdsy In the
city with raiotlvra.
Miss Mary Sykoo of Savannah, Ga
ls snendlnj^a ewk In the city, a
guest of Him Mary Whitaker.
Mr*. R. E Lea raturnad Monday
evening from Wilmington and Bladen
county, where th* visited relatives.
Judge W. H. Neal returned Tues
day evening from a two daya’ buai
nasa trip to Charlotte and Lexington.
Mias Mary Morgan of Rod Springs
has bead apending aavoral days In
Laurlnburg, visiting Mr. and Mrs. J.
C. Morgan and ethers.
Sheriff W. D. MeLaurin. Mr. J. L
Jamas and Dr. Albeit Jamas hav*
goat to Hot Springs, Arkansas, for •
vacation of two or tkra* weeks.
Miss Eugenia Cassiday raturnad
Tuesday from Gram villa, where ah*
baa been attending the East Carolina
Teacher*' Training School.
Mr. end Mr*. Grady Gibsoo of
Fairfield county, 8. C., are spending
several days hare, guests of Sham
and Mrs. Lamer Smith.
Miss Margaret McNeill returned
•' Saturday evening from CharietU,
where the attended a house party
given by Mias Esther Caldwell of that
Postmaster G. H. Ruaatll returned
Sunday morning from Hot Springs,
Arkansas, where be spent about three
weeks. Mr. Russell La delighted with
Bov. R. F. Busnpee, pastor of the
Methodist church, accompanied by
Mr*. Bum pat, returned Friday even
ing from Chatham county, where they
spent several days with relatives.
Mr*. Christian Gibson, Mias Lola
Gibson. Mrs. Middleton and Mr. Kil
gore Gibson of Giboon spent a few
hours in the city Sunday, guest* of
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Morgan.
The Universal Gar Goar posy, agents
for the Ford automobile in Scotland
county, report aiz aalea Tuesday fol
lowing the announcement of the new
r Mr. W. H. Cooper, cashier of the
1 Stats bank. Mr*. Cooper and son, W.
H. Cooper, Jr., Ml Tuesday for a tan
days' trip to Richmond, Ocean View
ana Virginia Beach.
Mr. L. Brace Gibson loft Saturday
for Fort McPherson, G*., where he
joined the reserves of the United
States Army, who are being mobilized
at that point, presumably for service
on the Mexican border.
Messrs. M. G. and James Thompson
of Juniper Bridge were business visit
ors hi taurlnubrg Saturday. Mr. M.
G. Thompson la met recovering from
an eight weeks* eeig* of typhoid
Mr. J. W. Meson left Sunday for
Mooresvilie to join Mrs. Maaoe and
children, who have bean visiting rela
tives there for several week*. The
family will return to their home bars
Mrs. W. A. Johnson and children
«f ML Vernon. Ga, who have been
spending several day* her* with Mrs.
Jobnton’* parents, Mr. nad Mrs. A.
D. Currie, left Monday via automobile
tor their home.
Bo*. W. D. Long of Monroe spent
Thursday and Friday have with his
aoo, Bov. James Long. Mr. Long
stopped over en rente home from
Wllendegtea, where he attended the
issbUb of Confederate veterans.
ahiaat mfateters In the State and those
!?*!!?‘VS. ?“ ■••flogs last week
***** teat he mars than sustained his
rspotaaaa as a preacher.
Attorney H. W. Cox went to Char.
Wtt", *K«'W to o*Mad the Kaput*,
oaa JoliiAcetion nesting at Lakewood
p**k\«-*«Pub,k*n, if**" from all
over the State and Coiumassama Rod
eatmsg of Illinois andUneU Joe Can
oa" “ U. I. A. were preseat. Mr.
Cax says Mr. Rodenburg'e speech wee
■ «a*«™rpiete and the beat political
address ho ex er beard.
Scotland county people have an en
viable reputation financially, aa well
aa in other ways. The impression
to be general teat people hero
bars money. It is a heppy situation
and sack that outaiders are ready to
•sails*. As proof of this «i mention
the quarter-page ad In this issue of
the First National Bank of Hamlet.
However. Hamlet is not far removed
Mr. J. J. McHugh of Gibson was In
Laurinhurg Saturday. Mr. McHugh
is an Irishman and ia fully in symp
athy with the effort* of the Iriah to
rain their Independence. He is an in*
terse ting talker and eras the center
•f an interested crowd on the court
house atop* daring his stay bars Sat
Mim Maria Oevtaftan. whe hae lu*'
CbrnST*lufiUJd*slater. Mto Ctodya
eta toe and Ctwda, left W
morning for Fulaon to apand
weeks with lhair aunt, Mrs. „
Mr. Torn Fetaer. au»*|W af thi
Soatkam Cotton Oil Company’s plant
at Cl been, and who waa called .to
Camp Glenn at Moruhoad City with
the National Guard, la exueried home
this weak for a few days* riaK. Mra.
Falser and little eon left last weak
for Shelby to spend the summer with
Mrs. Charlotte McUeachy •/ Chip
ley, Florida, and aon. Mr. Arthur,
McCsachy. a prominent yoang attoav
noy Of Milton. Florida, have been
rnoata of Mr. and Mra. Sddle Bo
conn nan for day*. Mr. Mo*
Goaehy ha. aorrdd aereral terrma in
both houses of the State lagwlatura
of Florida and la new State solicitor.
Mias Mary McKlnnoa returned
borne Tuesday from Lenoir. where she
spent three week* with her slstear,
Mrs. L. C. Pegram. Mias McKinnon
brings tha same stopr that others
bring of the fearful damage wrought
by the floods In that section.
to kkka Thai fleas flst tftsat to laafl
FOR THAT HOT, DRY THROAT
On a hot Summer day, tVtn’i nothin* that will
reach the spot and give yoa "pep” like a bottle of
Coca Cola or tome of the other delicious flavor* we
manufacture-just off the ice or medium, as you
Yoa only need to drink one bottle to know why it
is sold in eysry town hereabouts and by the most
Laurinburg Coca Cola Bottling Co.
Laurinburg, N. C.
EAST CAROLINA TEACHERS’ TRAINING SCHOOL
A State school to train teachers for the public
schools of North Carolina. Every energy is direct*
ed to this one purpose. Tuition free to all who
arree to teach. Fall term begins September 26,
For catalogue and other Information address,
ROBT. H. WRIGHT, Pres. Greenville, N. C. 26-39
BIG SALE TO GO ON
Beginning Friday, August 4, and continuing
ten days, we will offer special bargains in Millinery
and all summer merchandise. A big stock will be
ckmed out at greatly reduced prices. Be sure to
coaee to this sals. We need the space and you
need the goods. We want room for a full stock of
goods. Come and bring your neighbors. Remem
ber the sale will last ten days. Be sure you find
the right place, at
MRS. D. A. WATKINS
Laurel Hill, North Carolina
The Strong Box
The newspapers often tell of instances where
people less their sayings, becanae they here pat
their money in a stocking, or i bureau drawer,
or a strong box, and hare boon ROBBED.
When yon hare money around the house you
INVITE tike burglar and the sneak thief.
The BEST STRONG BOX IN THE WORLD
IS THE SAVINGS BANK.
There your money is protected as well as it
can be protected ANYWHERE.
The State Bank
“The Bank Per Year tarings."
AUGUST CLEARANCE SALE
; ■> •/ '• y- ' ;
While our special 15-day sale has been a great suc
cess, we still have left a big lot of Summer Dress Goods,
Ladies and Men’s Oxfords, also a big lot of white canvas
oxfords and Tennis goods, Men’s straw and panama hats,
Boys’ and Men’s Mohair and Palm Beach and Cool Cloth
suits. Men s Shirts and Underwear, Men’s Palm Beach
Pants, Men’s and Boys’ Sport Shirts. Boys’ Wash Pants, a
big lot of Suit Cases and bags, both straw and leather.
Ladies’ Skirts and Spring Coat Suits, which we are going
to continue to sell during the month of August at die
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slaughtered prices that you found in our previous 15-day
sale. Everything tagged and marked in plain figures. And
if you haven't visited this sale, it will pay you investigate
our prices and inspect our goods before you purchase.
Look for the big Red sign.
J. W. MASON
Laurinburg, North Carolina
The First National
Bank Of Hamlet
“The Only National Bank of Richmond County”
• I* I* i» podtfam to loam FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS for the
j »**•■• •ftorvarfiag their erepa. The nto of htamt wffl ho
; dx pm east, aad laaaa will to allowed to rna from throe to abc
j Thle Bank being a member of The Federal Reserve System, its
pottey let# enable-Thrifty Formers to obtain loans at loir rates
I of interest.
Wo pay 4 par cent Interest in oar Savings Department, interest
The First National Bank
i ’ • *
HAMLET, N. C.
B. «. RHODES, President NOAH H. JENERETTE, flmMm