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Mr*. W. N. Robertson spent Tuee
dey with friends in Fayetteville, re
turning home Tuesday availing.
Mia. B. r. Fan* Is spending aev.
eta) days.with relatives at Shelby and
Mian Minnie McKinnon. who has
bean teaehlng at Jacksonville, haa re
tained home for the summer vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Haaamoad are
visiting at the Some of Mr*. Ham
raond’a parents at Windsor, Va.
Mia* Tam Stewart ha* returned
from CuQford Collage, where she was
a student the past session.
Lt. Lasrrenee 8. Everet of Camp
Jackson spent the week-end in Ladr
inburg with home folks.
Mr. J. Tom Covington spent the
weak-end srith friends at Qrecnaboru
Mr. aad Mr*. C. A- Chahh left
Monday night for a visit of aoveral
days with rslatlveo at WtBard.
Muter Themes toughen Hour of
Charlotte is visiting his frsodp* rents,
Mr. sod Mrs. N. Hammond, of this
Mrs. D. A. MeDoegald has hooa 111
for a fear days at her heme in the
city. Her many friends hope she win
he greatly improved soon.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Bollard end
Mies Katie Lee BeU of PayetteriDe
•re visitors In tho etty, gaoate at the
hoesi of Mr. N. Hammond.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. John and Mies
A Use John of Johns, accompanied hy
Miss Frances John of Lawriuhnrg, left
Tuesday morning for a spook's stay
at Mount Verne* Springs.
John Henry, the Z-year-otd sen of
Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Moors, who has
boon 01 with colitis end waa taken two
weeks ago to Cleveland county, la
recovering and latest reports are that
he ia getting along vary wall.
Mr. A. L. James attended the com
mencement exercises at the State
univanity last weak. Mr. James is a
mem her of the board of trustees of
the University and eras preamt at
th» annual meeting of the board. •
Those who have net yet listed their
taxes for the year 1918 ere reminded
that the time for listing taxes ex
pins July 1st. It will be well to
see your list taker at once and attend
to this most Important metier.
Deputy Ska riff D.-B, Sauth went U
Camp Jsckson. 8. C., Monday with
James and Loanta Roberson, colored,
-who wars claaaad aa deserter*, haring
-failed to return their qutationaire*.
and ddirerad then to tha military
Remember that your paper will
atop when tha time expires if you do
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date on your label and be sura yea
do not miss nay tseaaa of the paper
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Xlias Isabella Arm-wood of Clpeer,
& C., ts a pleasant rialtor ia tha city,
the guest of Mias Roberta Coble.
Him Arrawaad is a daughter of Rer.
W. B. A no wood, a former paster of
-tha Lanriaburg rroabytiarlan church
and wall knows bale.
Mrs. T. V. Baker was taken to the
Haariat Hospital Tuesday, Jana 4,
and underwent a wacy awtsua opera
tion. It Is atstod bar candid en was
eery eertoua for a few days tat latent
reports from tha beapitol are to tha
effect that aha ia dalag nicely and her
the ra—rairr with rdatleaa. It la
atated'Hre. Bergman aad children
-wiH return in .the mrty fall before
the opening of the next tom of
Prlando of Mr. A. L. MeXonal*, Jr,
fonaorty a poyala* 1 MX aarrtar
tor*, wM to tatarrtant to know that1
to ta ta rated ta 0—tataana toy,
Goto. United Stetea Naval Stetfea,
dMk "-yr Marten Mr. Mdto
dnty aTfSsytot aad to wtHas tons
that to la vary >1 nasally Intatd rad
finds Ms work agraaaM* Issngb •
- Don’t forgot War tovtaga waak
Jana tt-g. Mr. W. H. Wotatonyoaa
thta tsaua I that to ta tegia
ntag ; a* tto aoatay
*« ■ _ l in tHM ov
ary ana wfll to salad an by a oauasit
to* of two and aatod to ptadga hto
aatf to bay war savings stony
Garda arfll to faralsbsd for 0*1* aaa
vass aad ovary assra*s rsytlos to yat
Ooaa aatod Mat wfB to written ten
and Atad tetrf star* ssa of tto On*
Min Annie Goodwyn (pant Tuesday
In Fayetteville on a shopping tour.
Mrs. E. E. Detter has returned from
a trip to Louisburg, where she visit
Mr. C. M. Pay tor and little son, C.
M. Pay lor, Jr., of Dillon, A. O, spent
Sunday in the oity with Copt, and
Mrs. J. M. Pay lor.
Mi is Margaret Wilkinson left Wed
nesday for Chapel HJU to attend the
University summer school for teach
ers fer 6 weeks.
Mias Lily R. McKinnon has return
ed from Bed Springs whore she at
tended the three county touchers' In
stitute at Flora MacDonald Coll age.
Mr. Charles W. Odom has been eon*,
fined to hit bod this week with Ill
ness, but hla condition is reported ns
being improved Wednesday.
Mrs. J.. M. Roes and Miss Amis'
Rose of Fnywttcviils were visitors in
iLaurinbarg last wash, guests of Mr.
and Mrs. A. M. Fairley.
MUe Outs Witcher, who hoi boon
with Albritton A Cos as sslllinor this
sisson, left last wash for her home
at Raids villa to spend the rammer
Mr. Bolton P. Lytch in carrying the
mails this weak on route No. 1 from
Lanrinburg, oabatitating far Mr. W.
P. Livingston who io taking bis an
Miss Odeasa Capps, stenographer at
the Lavripfanrc A Southern freight
attest, will spend the week-end with
Mends at Wilmington and Wrighta
Mra. Cart McLean aad little eon,
Carl, Jr, are spending several days
at the boms of Mr. W. L. McLean in
the county. Little Carl, Jr., baa bean
ill far several days with colitis, bat
is improving rapidly now it Is stated.
Pood Admin] ram tor Lunar P.
Smith haa rooeirod notice from State
Pood Administrator Henry A. Page
of a conference of tha county food
administrators to be bald in tbs city
of Balaigfc Tuesday and Wednesday,
June 1R-1B. Mr. Smith trill attend
A conference of tha county post
masters la tha interact of the war
aartngs stamps campaign was bald at
the Lauriabarg postoffiee Monday,
June I. Those present at this asset
tag wars Miss Maggie Coslcy of Ws
gram, Mr. W. L Gibson of Gibson,
Mr. J. H. 0*81400 of Lanrel Hill, Mr.
P. A. Kendall of. Johns, and Postmas
ter G. H. Russell and Assistant Post
master Carl McLean of Laorinbnrg.
Dr. J. B. Weathers peon, Mrs.
Wsathsrspoon and their three chil
dren of Winston-Salem are expected
to arrive bare Thursday to visit a faw
days at tha home of Dr. Weather
spoon's brother, Mr. W. H. Weather.
spoon. Dr. Woatbempoon is pastor
of tbs First Baptist church of Win
ston-Salem, having recently taken op
thin work and cornea from Texas
where bo has bean located for a faw
Mr. N. Hammond received a maa
■aga Tuesday manta* from Us
comm. Mr*. A. W. Fiwratt, Hender
sonville, announcing the death of Mr.
An* W. Ptwratt at that place Mas.
day night. Mr. Prsaatt lived at
Lambartan and was a wall known
merchant than. Seam Um* ago ho
want to Hendersonville far rest sad
traatmant. Tha remain* wan
hraagh t* Lumbarton far barlai Wad.
Wa have racaiead a copy ef tha
catalogue of North Carollpa State
Co hag* of Agriouttar* and Bnglnear
fa* at Wast Raleigh That gnat
technical callage in dab* a Una week.
Scientific education fit* in kdmlmUy
with the domuuiia of each tbneo as
thaoa whan production to all lines re
quires sffioiantfy trained man. Tha
College offers full foar-ymr' eauram
Hi Agrie utter*, Chemistry, Ctrl! Bn
Ensign W. K. Clayton fa spending
• Sort forloogh with relatival in
Laoriaburg. Kaeign Clayton wan
graduated Inal week from the Unite'!
States Naval A end way, Annapolis,
with a eUea of 1M yoong wan. 8a
has already been eeeigned to native
savins sad baa orders to report tor
doty Jana POth. Friends af Ensign
Ciaptaa, who ranks as asaoad Uem
tanant In the navy, congratulate him
■pen ft niching hta Madias and wish
hiss pood lack and eanesna la <ht sere
ins s< he eon try.
Mr. Lamar P. ftnith baa been ap
pointed food administrator for Seal
land county and aassssda Mies Emily
Walker, who has qaH bar nssidsnes
in the ooaaty. Mr. Saitoh has re
ceived bis rrsdentiols oad wlU giro a
part of bis than to this work, mob
lag tbs voluntary sacrifice for bfe
SSanUj, as tbs piaoa pays nothing
Mr. faith is the popoter and capable
deputy sheriff and Ms Wort carries
Mm to all parts at the eeaaty. It
Is bopad that nil dtiaaas trill so
opstnte with Mr. Smith and make Ms
dotlaa as light aa poaalbls by obeying
strictly all the legwlatiooe af tbs
Peed A dmlalatroilim
Mr*. Jam. C. Niwnjrar of Hsaslet in
rived TnmUy evening to visit rela
Master Alax Noble of Keaslsgtoe.
Md, l« here for the summer tsca
tion. stopping st Sheriff W. 0. Mo
Lourin'*. Young Mr. Notts U a
school-mate and close Mead of Mas
ter Angus McLsurin.
A post card from Mr. Bverott P.
Covington aaaouoeoa hit safe arrival
overseas, Depot Section, First Cor,
American Expedition* nr force*. Mr.
Coviagton left Camp Jackson a few
weeks age and his fHsndt knew ha
was sn route to Prases and sanoaoea
ment of his safs arrival than was re
ceived with a degree of rsessnmnco.
an. iu. Lang aad Him EIlea I
Leng, after spending several days
with friends here, have gone ta the IT
new home at Antander, where Xev.
Jaa. Long went as pastor of tha First
Baptist church Kay lit. Mias Ellon
Long ta spending a faw days with
relatives at WUsao’a Mills bat wilt
Jala her parents at A aland er in a faw
days. Bar. Mr. Loag la pleasantly
remembered as pastor of tha Baptist
church boro, and many friends hare
of this pood family wish them much
bap pines* in their naw home.
Mr. Jno. L. McKinnon aad Mr. T.
L. Henley, and Mr. Boland Covington,
the committee having la charge tha
distribution of nitrate of oada far A*
Covers meat in the county, anneamaa
that a vassal loaded srtth nitrates
reached tha Wilmington port Kay 14
aad another on May SO. Tha Arst
cargo has boon allotted already and
moat of H deliver'd to femora in the
eoonty. Tha saoond Bipoust has sat
boon allotted bat la exported ta ha
ready feed elivary hare soon. It la
also stated that another shipment la
exp eat ad ta reach Wllmtagtoa on Juno
SOth. The Government is ketpiag Its
promise to tha farmors and It appears
that tha balk ef tha nitrates applied
for will ho delivered In time for use
*a this year's crops. Conditions have
been each that delays wars ana void
able and those who have aaadad tha
nitrate of sada svfll readily under
stand tha dUBeoKia* encountered in
trying to make them available fora se
A Bit CIimj.
Edith—"How dooa Erod imaka
Mario—"Wall, T shook! doAae It os
VBokfflod labor."—Boston Transcript
Has just closed one of the most
successful years in its history.
The 37th annual session will be
gin Sept. 25th.
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for particulars concerning our
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Authorized Agent of the United State* Government.
Lrarinburg, North Coralin*