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if you begin now and keep on buying and eating
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about have it already. Bat if you haven't tried
our groceries, now is a mighty good time to start.
McLaurin & Shaw
’Phone No. 43
Laurinburg, North Carolina
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Twrirt Arab, Seaboard Air Hm Hsflwy
EafSgh, North Carotins
•ombthing or mu •Got
tauMg af the Mai VW Btw Bid
Chare* *f th* ftmtyb Affairs
Maea 1U Create la MIL
Raaford, N. C., July M-—Whaa th*
Legislator* of MM passed tha set de
claring Hoke to be th* Mte aoaaty hi
that grqat galaxy of counties that g*
to make op the Old North State tha
people of the new county at eae* be
came interested la selecting th* vary
bast men to All th* various county sA
c*a, knowiag that tha fatar* destiny
atf the county rested largely with
tlMaa who were to launch her eat into
th* tide of affairs, and they carefully
considered tha claims aad merits sf
all who announced thair willingness
to be of service to tha aoaaty.
«**rk of tee court alt agreed
test W. B. McQuocn. a direct de
scon dent of those noble sons of "th*
0a*»“, was best Atted for this re
sponsible position and ao McQuaaa
was duly elected and inducted into
office, and each successive team has
succeeded hlmaalf. And Hake today
has as her clerk cna aa competent aad
efficient a* say county In North Caro
The first register of dr.-ids for Hoke
was John M. McNair, whose service,
theughi short, wee most satisfactory,
ho haring resigned on account af 01
health. McNair eras rirriailad fay tha
pi-sent Incumbent, Mr. R. L. Brthuna,
whoa* ancestors once roamed evwr the
hills at Bonnie Scotland, and abme
coming to the “land of tk# free aad
tha hota* of tea brave” have ever been
found in th* frost tanks at every
movement that haa far Its and the
betterment of thair country along all
lioee. Tha folks In Hoke believe in
Bethune. aa evidenced by the fact that
he is about to ha rr-aUetod without
opposition. The reason is hit ability
Ospt. Edgar Hall, a ana of old
Robeson, who distinguished hlmaalf in
the Spanish-American war aad Into
whom life the word failure had never
hem Injected, whose only bond hnd
been hit word, was elected Hoka'a
first sheriff and each year haa sue
caedad himself and enjoys tha distinc
tion af giving to hi* county a police
aarvica squalled by few and txeallod
by no county In the State. Under hia
administration lawlessness haa l*t—
the wings at the morning and Aown
to pans unknown, and Hoke's criml
That Ball will b« sheriff till barred
by the statutes of limitation on ac
count of old age (he ia a young ■»—«
yet) all Ilokeites admit.
Hoke’s first and only treasurer (this
office having been abolished by the
last Legislature) was aad it W. 3.
McCraner. Mr. MeCraney is there
fore tha balder of Hoka’s financial af
faira and be baa made good, because,
although other good men beet as
pired to fill bis place, there was noth
ing doing for them when the ballots
Theta Scotch man, believing that
education and religion should go band
in bsdd, went careful in »»U»-Hmg
. their first superintendent of schools
- aad after taking a careful survey of
the situation they unanimously rec
ommended to their board of education
Jelm Archibald McGoagas, who is a
sou of the county, an honor graduate
uf the Untvaresty of North Carolina,
a young man brim full of energy, who
has given Hoke an educations) repu
tation of which, although a small
county, compare* favorably with tha
highest and beat m the State. We
And within her border* two State
high schools, having madam brick
buildings, on* at Antioch, aad oae at.
Rseford, and all over the county i
when forests one# grew tha traveler!
win observe church aad school bolld-1
Inga In close proximity with boys and 1
girls being, euuippad by experienced '
taarhrr* to All well their places in
Ufa’s great drama. MeGoogaa h fa- •
tereetad m hi* work aad his paopla!
believe in him. In fog fas Mf#
companion he waa not unmindful of
the Scriptural injunction, and so did
net become unequally yekadThfa wife
befog one of the most catered aad re
Aneu ladies of Buhm North Caro
lina. She aids her husband fa stim
ulating Hoke's schools fa undertake
aver greater thing*. All North Caro
linians My keep their eyes *a the
type of mast and women Hoke will
Tie Woman's To*
Mi*. Sylvan* Woo*,
otQtfkm Ml*, Ky., lays
• "Before taking Car da I,
I wm, at lima, ao weak I
eoaJd barfly walk, aad
the pais in my back aad
hoad nearly killed na.
Attar takiag dree battaa
- afCardid, the pefaa die
watt ail ever did. Brag
KEBCUTOBjS^ NOTICE KOE
State of North Carolina,
Covtjr of Scotland.
Tha andenigned, having bm ap
pointed and My qualified a* execu
tor of tha last will and taetemant of
Jonathan Ptet, deceased, late of tho
County of Scotland- State of North
CaieHw, ail parsons having claim*
MRaiaat aaid satete are notiOad to ex
“Mt them, My verified, before him
at hia office in tha City of Durham.
County of Durham, State of North
Caroline, on or before the tweaty
•ecnad day of June, 1#17, or this no
tice wfl hepleaded ie bar of their re
Paruoua indebted to aaid
will plaaee make inuaadiate
t*e twanty-ftret day of Jane,
W. W. PEELS,
Ease - of the Last Will aadTmU
■M of Jonathan Peek. Deceased.
Uniilnrf, N. C.
W. C CALDWELL
Offlee on Railroad Street, rear ol
U. A. McDougalda.
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AIR LINE RAILWAY
THE PROGRESSIVE RAILWAY Or THE SOUTH
Schedule Effective May 28th, 1918
Trains Leaving Laurinbttrg
No. 19—8:25 A. M. Local for Hamlet. Charlotte and all io
tenrvciate points-Through Sleeper Wilmiuvtoo to
Charlotte. Ope® for paaaeogwra at IVihalagtotat 10 P. IL
No. 18—7:27 P. M. Local for Hamlet, Charlotte, and all i»
termedfate point*,—Connecting at Hamlet for ait poirts
North. South and South West Pullman Parlor Car Wil
mington to Charlotte.
Through Dally Pullman Service Wilmington to Atlanta.
All Steel Can. On Friday Through Simper.
No. 20—8:86 P. IL Local for Wilmingtoo and all Inlntmedlsls
pointa.—Throagh 8teener Charlotte to Wilmington.
Paosengers may remain in Steeper until 7 A U.
No. 14—9.-07 A. M. Local for Wilmingtoo and all
pointa,-Pullman Parlor Car Charlotte to Wilmingtoo.
Throagh Daily Pullman Service Atlanta to Wilmingtoo.
All Stm Cars. Through Sleeper from Birmingham Sat
For additional information, as to rates, schedules, or ro
svrvatioos, call on local agent or write the undersigned.
J. Wateon, Agent H. E. Pleasants, T. P. A.
Laurintmrg, N. C. Wilmington, N. C. '
John T. West, D. P. A.
Raleigh, N. C.
J. F. McNAIR, Lanrinburg, N. C.
FLOWERS FOR AIX OCCASIONS
Room, ValUea, Orchids and Carnations s specialty. Wad
ding bouquets and decorations arranged in lataat sort
Floral offering* arranged with finest touch. Write u* (or
prfese on year requirement*.
All communication! reoeieve prompt attention by
J. L. O’Quinn fc Co., Rsdefch, N. C., Tbone 149
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_J. T. FIELDS