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The Best Groceries
That’s the kind you get when you buy from us.
If you are not a regular customer give us a trial
and you will be pleased.
It is our constant effort to keep a Stock of
Fresh Groceries that will appeal to the Discriminat
ing Housewife and make it possible for Her to Plan
and Prepare Tempting and Wholesome meals.
The Holiday Season Is Rapidly
And this la peculiarly a Seascn of food things. A
little extra effort, an extra touch here and there
and all the Family can fed the Spirit of the Benson
In the Home atmosphere.
Make the coining Christmas the very best you
have ever known by providing your Dinning Room
with dainty and delicious Delicacies.
A complete line of Canned Goods, Cereals,
Vegetables, etc. Also Fruits, Nut#, Cakes, Cran
berries, Celery, and Many other dainty and whole
some things to est st this Store.
McLaurifl & Shaw
’Phone No. 43
Laurinburg, North Carolina
AIR LINE RAILWAY
THE PROGRESSIVE RAILWAY OF THE SOUTH
Schedule Effective Nov. 12th, 191$
Trains Leaving Laurinburg
No. 19-8:25 A. M. Local for Hamlet, Charlotte and all in
termediate points—Through Sleeper Wilmington to
Charlotte. Open for paeeengeri at Wilmington at 10 P. If.
No. 18-7:27 P. M. Local for Hamlet, Charlotte. and all in
termediate points,—Connecting at Hamlet for all points
North, South and 8outh West Pullman Parlor Car Wil
mington to Charlotte.
No. 20—8:85 P. If. Local for Wilmington and all intermediate
points,—Through Sleeper Charlotte to Wilmington.
Pfcaomgerf may remain in Sleeper until 7 AM.
No. 14—8:67 A. M. Local for Wilmington and all intermediate
points,-Pullman Parlor Car Charlotte to Wilmington.
For additional information, as to rates, schedules, or re
servations. «all on local agent or write the undersigned
J. Watson, Agent H. E. Pleasants, T. P. A.
Laurhtbarg, N. C. Wilmington, N. C.
• - John T. Weet, D. P. A.
Raleigh, N. C.
THIS DRUG STORE SELLS
Tpilet Articles and Face Creams
Toilet articles of every variety for men and women
aft eold at very low price* and the quality la always of
Face Creams and other Beauty Preparations for
wooes represent the best products of the market No
article of an injurious nature la Bold at thia store. They
Your prescription will be compounded from the
freshest and purest of druca. and the otmnet earn as to
aeearaey will be obeerved in a very detail Dona while
medical. umracnoN fcor- ,
Monday, D—Mr 4. and Cea
Dmi te Ootidey °- "-r"
By L. M. PIELE, Bupt. ■
On lht following da too tha phyui
elan u*»t out by the SUM Bonru of
Health will ho at tha schools namod
opposite tha date* for tha purpose of
examining the echool children for
phyaical deficiencies. This examina
tion, which our very progressive coun
ty commissioners have made possible,
should be lekmi advantage of by every
on* in the county. That dull boy,
found in every achool, might b* max
• ng hi* mark but for lent slight de
fect. which th« simplest operation
would eradicate. It is to he ho pod
that a full achool will great the ex
aminer on hia arrival at every achool.
The schools named below will be
visited on the dates named after each
Laurel Hill High School: Thurs
day, December 7, R. R. Walker, Laurel
Bruwnsvftla School: Friday, De
cember g. Prof. Morgue, Gibaoo,
Aberdeen, Monday, December U,
Janie McNeill,- Laurel Hill, principal.
Rachel* Bchool: Monday, December
alj^Bayinond Monroe, Laurinburg,
Sneed Grove School:. Tuesday, De
cember 13* Prof. Brown, Laurel Hill,
WoodriUa School: Wadaeaday, De
cember IS, Fannie Wright, Laurio
Laurel Hill School: Wednesday,
December IS, E. B. Cole. Laurel Hill,
Oak lawn School: Thursday, De
cember 14. Mlaa Eugeaia Cassidey,
McKinnon achool: Thursday, De
cember 14. Annie McLaochlin, Max
Spring Hill High school: Friday,
December 18. E. G. Clary, Wegrem,
John Station achool: Monday, De
camber 18. J. A. Wilkins, John Sta
Hasty school: ■ Monday, December
18. Marie Monroe, Laurinburg, prin
Caledonia school: Tuesday, De
cember 19. Carrie McIntyre, Laur
Leviner school: Tuesday, Decem
ber 19. Louise Monrue, Laurinburg,
McGIrt school: Wednesday. De
cember 20. Evelyn McCIrt, iia xtoc,
"NK- achool: Wednesday, De
cember 20. May Bostick, Wsgruaa,
, Murrey echool: Thursday, Decern
bvr 2L Sal lie Smith, Laurinburg,
care E. F. Murray, principal.
Watson school: Thursday, Decem
ber 21. Ed Currie, Laurel Hill, prin
APPLICATION FOR PARDON OF
A JOHN NORTON. WILL WOO
DLE AND CARi THOMP
Application will be made to the
Governor of North Carolina far the
pardon of John Norton. Will Woodie
end Carl V Thompson, convicted at
May Term, 1810, of the Superior
Court of Scotland County for the
crime of atpr-p-bracking and larceny
and sentenced to the public roads of
Stanley County for a term of two
yean each. All parsons who oppose
the granting of said pardon are in
vited to forward their protests to the
Governor without delay.
This Bth day of December, 1816.
Mrs. Carl T. Thompson,
Mrs. Alice Norton.
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Owners have found that its economy
and its efficiency are unchanged
through the changing seasons.
It rati u well ia Fall ee la
Social—la Winter aa ia t«a
««r-»a4 at aa treater coat.
It mill pay yam to miattma and rxamina thia car
Tkalaaaliaa raanmpUea fa eneeaaUr law.
Tfca tin afateapa fa eeaaaaup fcipk.
Ifaa piica at Ua Tomatop Car aa HeaPaier aenpleta
Tka p/iaa at Ike WMer TewrWf Car er KeaPater canptala
***** rapalar watnlfclap WHtlU.I. Patraol
Laurinburjr, N. C.
Pttm Cured la 6 to 14 Days
Taac draesUt *<11 k!m< aonr M PA ICO
ournuorr uos to c.r- ic.cm m* laMw.
IBM wifiiiJn rlwit... iad ha Saa.
" LOAMS NEGOTIATED
I ^Scotland, Robueu A Hoka
-p*-1- Catmint) -- - -
V SSAOaOO to HO,006.40
I Five YEARS
, 5 per cent Interest
• , A. T. McLean
N . C.
Laxative ard Tonic. Lax-Poc
and daw not nipe doc
At thauew Hwr, Ketda
the baeithy tDBctioae- SOe
" Molasses I
Those fine, Sa
vory. hot cakes taste
flU Mic better when
Copied with some of
Otm dear, IwmI lyrup
cornea to nm
' fwk and data
We sell die bestknown,
most Reliable brands on
the market—cane, corn
am jaapis wrap—a prioae
And our stock of mo
lasses for baking and cook
*n* pt eposes will please yoo
. io aw ty wap-Ha rida
mm flavor sad price.
O Ivo oa a trial
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Teleohone Order* Given hnmnl AHmMm
“Every nun m"ct be
“•own fortano.” T1
at ttria Bank. H
Begin tn^fty—^ _ ■
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SCOTLAND COUNTY SAVINGS BANK
CUT FLOWERS FOR ALL
deeifna artictieaHy arranged "***
FUiandwinter Baiba are now ready, plant early for
Hj&r^sarss-a* *"* 1
J. L. O'Qoinn & Co*, Raleigh. N. C., 'Phone 149
Pfawa year order* with oar local agent,
I. T. FIELBS
yiowJ oir»i>f*m ouT tor
Prompt ottmtion to oot-of town ooion.
SCHOLTZ, The Florist, Inc.