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Mlaa EatelW Cox left Monday for
Wilmington to nptnd several days
with htBe folks.
Mias Louisa Alexander of Qaatuola
has boon spending oevaral days at the
borne of Mr. Ira Kincaid.
Dr. W. Q. Show of Wagruai was in
tbo dty Mooday attending a mooting
of the county board of education.
Mr*. &. L. Hammond and children
loft Tuesday for Mount Varson
Spring* for a stay «f sever*! days.
Mr. W. N. McKonals of Oiboon was
bore Mooday for the regular mooting
of tbo county board of education, of
which ho Is a member.
Mr*. Agoaa Myara left Tuesday
morning for Clarksburg, West V*. to
visit bar daughter, Mm. C. J. Gar
Mr. N. Hammond returned last
wish from Ilrnidmaua. Vance county,
whom ho spent several day* on busi
Mr. Aabrey Hammond left Moo
day morning for Quantieo, Ve, wham
ha is stationed with tha Marines as
special instructor on the rifle mage,
after a ten-days' furlough at henna.
Another Laurinborg young aaaa
who recently landed in Trance for
■ereioa with the American armies la
Mr. W. T. Clayton, who Writes homo
folks here that ha ham landed safety
Mr. a D. McCormick, clerk of Um
•out, left Tuesday morning far Ral
eigh to attend the annual convention
of the superior court clerks of North
Carolina, which is in ssealon this
weak in the eepltol city.
Mrs. L. C. Pegnue arrived heme
Saturday eight from Battle Creek,
Michigan, where she has been study
lag this year. En route boms Mrs.
Pogrom stopped over in Spartanburg
sad Oastenis for a few days to visit
Mrs. Mattie Raabell of Freeport,
U., and son, Mr. John Henry Weehall,
of the aviation eerviee and now eta
Uoned at Camp Greene, ChariotU, ar
rived Saturday to visit at tha home
of Mr. M. M. Ritch. Mr. Rashsll ia
a niece of Mr. Rlteh.
Mr. H. R. Weill spent Friday ia the
city. Mr. Weill, with Mrs. Weill, has
been spending several weeks with
relatives In New York City. They
bev« goes to Atlanta for tha rest of
the summer and will return to Lass
inburg in the early fsJW- ' ..
The board of county commissioners
held its regular first Monday meet
ing at the court bouse here Monday
and transacted only routine business.
The meeting wee continued to Tues
day when tha board made a final set
tlement with Um Sheriff for the fiscal
Mr. Rrnest Smith baa resigned bis
position with the McNair Phosphate
Works, effective July 1, and left
Tuesday morning for a few days’ out
ing et Wrightevitle Beach. Mr.
Smith was Hi the draft end hue been
classified for limited eerviee. He ex
pects to be called soon and far this
reason gives up his work here. He
has bees succeeded at the McNair
Phosphate Work* by Mr. W. D.
Deputy Steal# Lamar Smith ran
Id a tench of dmortors Monday «*«o
io# wtea Ha hteagbt bafoca tba local
exemption board Jim Blue, a odd Me*
Neill and Jew. T. Barela, oolored.
Thaoe negroee registered at Kinston.
Lteedr county, last year and It semes
later returned to this county without
notifying tte board there of any
dhaago of addrsm. Mr. Smith locat
ed Item Monday aftemoea la tte Ma
son's Oram moMin. Haring failed to
re tea > their pMmtira they are te
go to camp as desert era.
In this col man last week It «M
stated that ao far as known Dr. T. O.
HeUisr aad Mr. Gas. T. Goodwyn ware
«Hs aa|y awn from Scotland scanty to
offer their ssntoea to the Y. M. C. A.
far ararnaa work, Inedrirttutly w*
ooartukcl Mr. B. W. lUkh. formerly
superintendent af tha Laaitabnrg
year and want to France as a Y.,M.
ft A. worker. Mr. Babb to tha Ant
■pedal hreaA of the terries and wa
are glad to Mks the proper sacra#
A# atated tost weeh Mr. C. V. Odetn
anhaerfhad for 91/NO of wer eaetogo
maa to the
to bap a thousand doltooa of
•liglkie ter Mb
-dab la Mr. Horny ■vans, who has
alee piwdonl IlfN of war seringa
Heap. Mr. Hvaaa to a grandoon of
Mr. Jaa. f. MeMalr aad waa a eta
dent the past asooton at tha Uatoar
etty of North Caroline If then an
mm la tha eoaaty who
tho Unit of war ee»
i or who wfll qoalify foe
la tea Hath dto, wo
stall ha ptoasod to add tholr aatoea to
Meears. E. K. Gibson. W. H. Weth
er spoon and Postmaster G. H. Russell
■peat Tuesday at Rockingham on
Mr. H. A. Sasseen state* that he
will sell ice cream Thursday at hk
store, and the proceeds win bo given
to tbs Rad Cross.
Mr. W. 0. Bui* of Wagnun, a pop
ular member of the board of county
commissioners, was hors Monday at
tending th* regular monthly mooting
of the board.
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Franck hav* aa
their gaasts this wash Mrs. Franck’s
mother, Mrs. M. N. Dark, of Fayette
ville, and Miss Laura Frank of Roae
Mr. T. W. Hunter, registered drug
gist of Lumber Bridge, has accepted
a position with Everiagtoc’s Drug
store of this city and has entered upon
His now duties.
Mra. T. V. Baker returned Satur
day from the Hamlet Hospital where
eke recently underwent a serious op
eration. Hot friends will bo pleased
to kern her condition k very mack
Deputy Sheriff Leaser P. Smith ead
Chief Frank R. Smith want to Camp
Jackeon, S. C, Wednesday to deliver
to the military sotkorltie* there a
number of dsoortm recently appre
hended in this county.
IUv. W. A. McLeod, D. D.. of Aoe
tto, Texes, wlU preach in the Presby
terian church bare on naxt Sunday
morning, Jaly 7. Dr. McLeod is •
nephew oif Mr. A. D. Carrie of this
city, and will sail for Prance a boat
Jaly 9 to engage in Y. M. C A. work.
It ii announced that the regular
monthly union prayer meeting will
he held tbit Thursday evening at the
Presbyterian church. Members of all
congregations In tha city and the pub
lic generally an cordially invited to
attend thii service.
Laurinburg ritlxana report that the
mercury registered as low a* 60 de
press Wednesday morning at 7 o’
clock. This is unusaal for July wea
ther, and xleeping under blankets in
mid-eammer is the exception and not
the rale here.
County Superintendent L. M. Peek
announces an examination for teeth
ers at tha superintendent’s office m
the court bouse here Tuesday and
Wednesday, July 9-10. Teachers de
siring to taka tkk examination are
refloated to report promptly Tuesday
morning at 9:90.
Mr. Geo. T. Goodwyn who left sev
eral days ago for New York to report
•t Y. M. C. A. headquarters for over
seas duty, writes home that he has
been sent to Columbia University in
that city, along with a numbor or
others, for a few weeks special train
ing in the work they will be vx pec ted
to do in France.
Mr. and Mrs. A. McNeill of Wood
ville had aa their guests during tha
past weak, Dr. V. I. Masters of the
Baptist Home Mission Board. At
lanta, Gn^ Dr. Livingston Johnson,
editor of tha Bihlieal Recorder, Ral
eigh, Mrs. E. M. Ratcliffs of Carthage,
and Lieut, and Mrs. W. V. McRae of
The Uigur situation la becoming
alarming according to the Pood Ad
ministration and nil won of cagar
quired eftar Paly 1 to purcfaas* sagar
only on eertlfieau of tho Pood A4
mlnlatratlon. An article elsewhere
In this isone explain* Uw new eager
rationing plan and those who are in
tarosted will find hart Uw rntm of
the Pood Administration far supply
ing Utia commodity.
People who hold Liberty Bonds of
Uw Pint sod Second Liberty Loans
are advioed that they may have them
converted into bonds of the Third
Liberty Loan if they desire. The
First National Beak advertise* else
where In this tame that H wfll be glad
to attend to this me ft or far thee*
who desire to bar* their bonds con
vnrtod Into beads ef the last loan.
Tb# Bonds ef Uw Third Loan pay 4
j 1-4 per eont internet which in morn
then tho I 1-1 nitd 4 per sent paid on
the Pint and Second Liberty Lean
bends. Ge to yonr beak end attend
to Ms wetter if yen have bends pen
weald Hka to her* ocnvnrtcd farts
those of a later tarn*.
In kaaptog wttk th* raqnat of Gar
amor Bickatt and In Mna wttfa n ew
tiaa, aneh or ante* at f o’clock tka
•bank beD* ad Untobari ring far
on* er two ntnato^ when all tka paa
pW ta U»o community nr* aakad to
caaac Unit vnrioua arthritic* and af.
far n ml nut# *d aUaot raananca and
prapar to Almighty Gad, invoking
Hi* bloating* *o * atari ca and the A
toortenn troopa In Prana* and at Dm
rarlona training tamp* and atattaaa
throaghaut th* world, and praying
totoTriUbe atrlet^dMmd^ uSa
duration of th* war, and thee* who
Hr* on th* farm* and ant ad bearing
d latent* af th* ahnnk baUa art ra>
gntatid to ring th* farm htUa aaab
evening at 7 attack and Jala to tha
Mrs. Bam McKinnon ami children
of Maxtor arrived Tuesday morning
to visit relatives here.
Postmaster W. J. Roberts, and
Messrs. See. Hoyle, M. M. CPBWelds
and C. W. Laugbridge of Bbeiby
•topped In Laurlnbarg a short while
Wednesday, ec roots to1 WrighUville
■a*. J. M. Hamrick, paster of the
Qwnkes Avenue Baptist church of
Gaffney, & C„ will preach at the Bap
tist church of Laurtaburg ea Thurs
day evening, July 11, at the usual mid
week prayer service hour. Mr. Ham
rick was formerly pastor of the First
Baptist church, Lexington, N. CL, and
U well known ia the Old North State.
Mr. J. Tom Covington, who has
•erred the local exemption hoard at
dark since January 1, has resigned
this position and treat to Ksleigh
Tuesday night to report at artsy head
q Barters tor examination and assign
ment for duty. Mr. Covington ia un
der the draft age hut states he has de
cided to volunteer his services to Ue
country end will go Into (he army if
accepted for sendee. Mr. T. L. Hen-,
toy. dty clerk, is serving the local
board as dark at present and K la
probable that the dty clerk's office
will be moved to the coart house In
order that Mr. Henley assy servo both
the exemption board and the town aa
Poll co-op*ration on tho part of all
tha people ia the report of ovary
Marty rhainaaa. They aay tha pao
pla art sabecribing and are eager to
dgn tha pladga to ahaw that they
are doing aomatbtng for thetr Gov
ern merit and the boy* at the front.
Mr. John A. Kaodrteka, chairmen of
Meditor county, aaya that he haa
never earn <f- heard of aurh a fine,
earnest, patriotic spirit aa la ahaw
by the peopleo t him oounty. They
are pledging to the ntnsoet of their
ability, especially tha bomhirr daat
of paoplt. He aaya Many are ahow
the spirit of the “widow*! »lteM end
If there ere those who fall abort It
will bo thooo most able to pay.
Clean, eafe electric ll*ht aad
power at the touch ot a conrew
lent button. k
SERVICE CO. AGENTS.
Laertnbary, N. C.
GEORGIA COTTAGE, WriyhUvffle
Beach, N. C., is now open far
roasts. Under the inanayaraant of
Mrs. M. A. Crabb for the peat three
seasons. Naar Station One aad In
easy walldny lUntanco from both
hotel*. Reasonable ratea by tba
day, week er month. Addreaa Mrs.
M. A. Crabb, Wrtybtrrffle Beach.
FOR 8 ALE— Ft rat-class bone, wayon
and ham lea Hone will work ant
where. Cap bo seen at Dixon »fll
■tore any time. A. LWayalaa.
POE SALE—Corn la the aback at
NOTICE—Wo have employed an ap
to-datc electrician and wireaaan,
aad wfll be ylad to stake bids an
any arork of this kind. Laertnbary
Electric Barvlea Co. Bd-tf
WANTED—B/ refined youny lady, a
position tn Laorinbury la any yeod
. line of wprk. Good ref trances.
Address Box 6, McDonald, N. C.
SEE D. O. Wriybt for Jersey bal
serriee. tl.60 cash. SB-17
POE SALE—One Ford tonriny or,
1917 Modal, in yood condition, bon
I ' and about 8 mchtha. O. L. Mon
| roe, LmbM Hill, N. C.9M7
It will mean economy for yon to have
your work done in a shop equipped
to take care of all makes of cars,
where first class mechanics, who
know, see that each job is right be
fore it is turned out
WE HAVE THE SHOP AND THE
Think It Over Now!
Then Act At Once!
r\*\- ’ / ;
The United State* Government is addnf yon for n leu, a vary --
loan, you name the amount, and effeca yen a Bond payable January let, ltXS,
with compound intereet.
Should yu be cempeOed to caU thtn leu and for any reaabu have urfent
naed for the money, the Government wiB pay back the loan, with intereet, ap.
•a tea days notice.
' FAIR! EASY! AND PROFITABLE!
Y«* glm nothtag mr- ItkaMtataTCatamtudtatfpajrar comto, ta ■
time of need.
Buy Thrift Staanpa and War 8avinca 8hmpa amr. Bay all yen can aad
then bay awre.
I Safety Deposit Boxes $3.00 and $4.00 per Year!
A Mafa. Plieate |||$i f—> ^ f tltHfaft PfcpW lid QUm
>Mm. Only a limited mnnbeT «ui be fomiahed. Get nan am
THE STATE BANK
Aathorixed Agent ofthe United States Government.
Lanrinburg, North Carolina