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Ur. Ray Stewart ef Laurinbarc,
roots S, w»a tn the city Tuwday.
Mr. and Mm A. c. McCormick at
Parktoa apaat Thanksyivlrr hi Lrnar
inbutf, dm soseta of reiativM horn
r. D. Phillips, Esq., of Rockiophs*
■pant IteMatlvUi day la the city
with homo folks.
Ur. Jasper T. Gibson spont Taos
day and Wsdnosday at Wsdeeboro oa
Miss Rom Door of Hamlat mat
Tuesday in ths city with Miss Julia
Itf—re C. I. Davis and Robert
Webb of McFsrisn, Anson county,
mat Thanksgiving with Mr. W. T.
Rev. Jam ns Lou left Sunday ms
lag for Elisabeth City, where he ie at
tending the seeeloae of the State Bap
tlet convention this week.
County 8opt. L. M. Peete attended
the sms loos of the North Carolina
Teachers’ Assembly at Raleigh last
Prof. R. R. Walker of the Laurel
BUI High school went to Raleigh last
weak to dm Teachers’ Assembly meat
Hen. W. H. Westherspoon loft
Tuaaday for Xtisebetli City to attend
the meetings ef the State Baptist
convention at that place thlsweek. .
Policeman 1 H. Dunlap ef Wsgram
was In’ the dty Monday and hmogM
to tk# iovt mm ft oooftBcmUd MocV
ada still, which ha mpNiiil la the
tipper section of the county lhat with.
Supt. 8. W. Babb ef the City schools
and Mlsees Cobls, Carothsrs aad Leak
of tha City school faculty attended the
moettnge of the North Carolina Teach
ers’ Assembly at Baldgfa last week.
Mlaa Catherine Bussell, mad
daughter ef Mr. T. B. Russefl, sad
MIsaKHnbeth Cloud of Hamlet spent
Saturday is the dty with Mr. and
Mrs. tTB. Bussell.
Mr. Durant Wright of Old Hundred
urea la the city Tuesday. Mr Wright
has bean an the Exchange’s rnbceilp
tton Hat for tO years and says ha
wants the paper to keep coming.
'Squire L. P. Gibson of Elmore was
In tha dty Monday and qualified as a
justice of the peace. Mr. Gibson eras
elected to this position at tha recent
Mlaa Pearl Piskel of the Mason’s
Cross High school was among the
Scotland county teachers who attend*
ad the Teachers’ Assembly at Raleigh
Mr. A. D. Currie. Jr.. Mn. Currie
end Their two children have been
■pending a few day* her* with Mr.
Currie's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. D.
Currie. Mr. Currie ia engaged in the
drug business at Newport Nears, Va.
'The Birth of a Nation.” photo
drama built from Thomas Dixon's
novels, will he presented at the opera
. House ta Laariaburg Monday and
Tneedjafc December II -and 19 See
tir.'K. dT'fiufla of the 'State Board
<* Health began Monday the wort at
inspecting the public schools .of the
C015&* T** done thor
etlghly and the sclfc ol p St rone are
sShK SSSSSBT^ t0 ^ Doetor
Mm. and Mia. James Long solar
tnined the oMaers and deacons af the
Ftm Baptist church at a delightful
toritoy dinner Friday evening <3 Mat
-week. This eras one of the meet
pleasant at the many Thanksgiving
•ecMJ affairs ia tha city this year.
The sale of Bed Croes Beale is now
on M Lauriabsrg and a sparial rifort
is belag made to lnesenas the sales
this year over previous rears. Last
JOT **" W" I.WO sears sold hern.
Tfca^pr&caeds ^STS^ttaed in the fiffht
Mr. Jassos L. McNair one of ths
Mr. J. R.
fsnrtsse sffMar. It in i
whsrs be will make Us
A fores af hands is at work Wed
F»* <* «Be Street, loading to the
??*boV?L»,l'“PV' Hla will
be a much seeded improvement.
Dr. WIHUmi W. Parker
physical byk specialist
Lombbrtom. N. C.
mem ana eooeervatlon of Tieion.
DUBoolt and parptning caci «■
pedally aoUeltad. Expert advice
te MM of dtaeaaa. Oat of town
• pttttanta by appointment.
DE RUE BROTHERS
“The Peeple’e Favoritee”
SPECTACULAR FIRST PART
“A Fountain Of Mirth”
Introducing oar Contort tarn. Blnfm, Danoere and Superb
BILLY DB RUB rad BOBBY DB RUE .
“That Talkative Man" "A Bates for the Horn"
Eight—Big Vaudeville Acte-Eight
: Challenge Acrobats
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Pint American Appearance with title Company
Wb. Been and Carl Ritter
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Alien and Flaherty
Golden City Quartette
Weber, let tenor; Hodge, 2nd tenor; CdRn, baritone:
Bavin Madnl Trio
Comedy and Ifoak In a Joyous Combination
Yonder and Bel mare
World’s Champion Comedy Barrel J ampere
And Many Biff, New,' Startliaff Features
Guarantee Beet Minetrel Show Ever Hen
Grand Street Parade At Noon
Remember the Date
Tickets on sale Thursday, 10 a. hi. at Model Phar
macy Drtiff Store
Prices 76c and $1.00. Children 60c.
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A^yviui^UAJU&1M W* t^Ajkifc »»w. .... .
“THE BIRTH OP A NATION”
December 16—It. Matinee aad Nig hi with a &.
piece Orchestra. Seats may be had in advance kff
addressing * ' ^. / f
Pox’s Drug Store, Rockuigham^jC.
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First Period Big Trade Campaign
BLUE’S DRUG STORE
V Closed December 1st.
Vab4 the rota. Cor this tm*d have been e*»:tad.. ,lfa j
remdta at* meat pleasing had the Campaign I* prov(*g i' "
' fine suaeeee. * •
Contestant Number 4 was in lead by —■ — --i.
Contestant Number 24 was a dbaa ami
Contestant Number 17 third and a dose runner.
Contestant Number 2B fourth very eloee.
Conteetnnt Number 26 fifth, does.
Contestant Number 14 sixth, does.
Contestant Number 16 seventh, does.
Cooteetaat Number 11 eight.
Contestant Number 26 next Contestant Number 21 next
Contestant Number 28 next. Contestant Number 8 next
Contestant Number 7 next. Contestant Number 27 next
Contestant Number 6 ribxt Contoetaot Number 88 next.
CootMtant Number 80 next Contestant Number 8 next
Contestant Number 18 next Contestant Number 1 next
Contestant Number 2 next Contestant Number 8 next.
Contestant Number 16 next Contestant Number 18 oext
Contastant Number 29 next Contestant Number 10 next.
Contestant Number 12 next
No. 24 was winner of Dinner 8et Monday. The
next Dinner Set will be given away Monday. December 1*.
to to one setting the greatest amoeat of duo bills. This it,
e pretty campaign. Help your favorite.
BLUE’S DRUG STORE
Lanrinbutg;-N. C. I
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One Big Lot Of Ladies’
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Waists, In Order To
Week We Have Reduced
J. W. MASON
Laurinburg, North Carolina <
e Carolina State
i N. O.
[OUNCES to the People of Scotland and other
jties of this section that its Doors are now open
the transaction of business,
share of your Banking F__jness will be appre
l&ated and we offer yon a banking service second to
Yon are most cordially invited to give iis a
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(■ addition to the regular commercial departments,
g strong feature of this bank will be a Savings De
partment in which we will pay 4 per cent interest,
compounded quarterly, on savings accounts. Yon
Jre invited to become a depositor in this depart
ijpent. $1.00 starts an account.
W* H. SANDERS, President.
M. W. ADAMS, Vice President.
WOAH H. JENERETTE, Active V. Pees.
F- D. GIBSON, Cashier.