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Mr. W. II. HaiT at Elko, 8. C., spent
the waek-tnH la the dty with hi*
daughter, Mrs. L. A. Pender.
Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Covington re
turned Friday night of last weak from
a trip to Charleston, 8. C.
Mr. T. J. GUI, cashlsr of the First
National Bank, has boon confined to
hie beau this smelt with i Nsps eoM.
Mr. F. D. Gibson, esshier of the
Carolina 8tale Bank of Oibaoo, and
family left Thursday of Mat wash for
a visit with relativss la Wayne coun
ty, making the trip in their auto.
Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Grubb* are
i moving Wednaeday from the Hubbard
house on cast Church street to thr
Baptist parsonage. It is stated Mr.
Ed 8. Lytcb has purchased tbs honor
they are vacating and will move Into
Lewis Cm sen, son of Mr. H. L. Csi
son of East Laurinbnrg. who as re
ported last wrek, has bean ill with
pneumonia at Camp Kearney, Cali
fornia, is reported as improved this
McLaurin A Shaw have purchased
frum Mr. A. H. Jamoa, dealer, u Bao
3-4 ton truck for their delivery serv
ice, which It in operation daily and
proving a great convenience to their
Dcmbtirs* the biggest beef animal
e' er seen in Laurlnburg was a 1740
lb. Hereford steer butchered for Me
Laurtn A Shaw’s market last wwek.
The animal came from the western
part of the State and was n beauty.
Mr and Mrs. C. J. Fleck of Union
Mills spent a few days last weak with
their daughter, Mrs. W. A. Jordan,
re turning home Monday. Mrs. Jor
dan and tittle children accompanied
them on the return home and will
spend some time visiting there.
State Food Administrator Henry A.
Page eras at Lu no barton Monday far
the purpose of investigating the eases
of a number of merchants in Scotland,
Robeson and Hoke counties who are
i said to have violated the rulings of
' the Food Administration
The laurlnburg city schools opened
Monday of this wreck with about two.
thirds attendance, after having been
cl cued 7 weeks on account of Influ
ents. Mrs. F. 0. Hellier, superinten
dent, states that no effort is to be
made to make up lost time by nstrn
school days, etc. Intensive work will
be done all the time.
Rev. J. B. Thompson, pastor, aisles
that special Thanksgiving Harriett
W'U be held Thursday morning at 11
o’clock at Oaledooia church; "niura
dty afternoon at 3 o’clock at Johns,
and Thursday evening at 7 o'clock si
Fast Laurinburg. Special offerings
for tii* orphanage will bo taken nt
Tho following gentlemen went to,
Rockingham Wednesday to take the
Knights Templar degree in Free Ma
rc try at the Rockingham commsnd
ery: Messrs. Rdwtn Morgan, W. S.
Dunbar, A. H James, E. W. Bryant,
J. A. Jones. C. E. Muss, and B. J.
Jones of Wagrara Mr. fi. Y. Jones
rcrompsniod the patty of eandidatas
to Rockingham. About twenty-firs
candidates wore to be initiated Wed
nesday and Wednesday bight.
It Is announced from Lombsrton
* that Evangelist B. F. Mcl-endon of
IRcnnettrrille. 8- £*,,1* majtfng •*-.
raagement* to begin a meetihg in th*
Banner tobacco warehouse there cm
December A This meeting, it it said,
will be held under the auspice* of the
Chestnut street Methodist church of
Lambsrton Mr. Mcl/endon was to
begin a masting at Lumberton several
weeks ago but the influents troubles
cancelled Ms plans.
Lieut Lee Corrsll, son of Mr. sad
Mr*. R. E. L. Corrsll of this city, has
bna promoted from second to first
lirutsnsol fas bravery In action in th*
battle of th* Argonne forest, which is
said to have boon one of th* fiercest
*n gag sonants of th* war. Th* last
letter to his home folks was written
October U in which he stated that
tho fighting in the Argonne forests
was terrific and terrible. Lieut. Cor
t*U la a asomber of Company A, 18th
' TV eoonty board of health aigm
upon tha minds of tka paopk tbs ns
Irfskr far Individual protection
apahmt ladnaitaa and athar dtaaaoo*.
Afiar all tfs largoty a mattar far tV
IndMdaal Wr or not V mast
vv bars bifusaaa and namarmm otbar
(Mkflm dlaaascs. At Rakitb last
pealed to paopk to stay off tha streets
■on latasdap to avaM a poaolbk apsaod
of Vo iHooooo that dap thara. Tha
■saMhaats ad Raleigh *n« papered
at Via aatka ad tha chsmhar ad aM».
HOLD ►'Ok 13 CKNT8
Governor* ml • 8l»lw Urge Kuans
aad Basinets Mn U OrganLu ta
HoM Callao far Fair Prise.
A Joint proclamation signed by the
Governors of I cotton States urging
farmer*, merchant*, banker* and bua
tnes* men to organise aod hold cotton
far not lea* than W cent* n pound,
middling baaia, sraa leaped Saturday
night nt Atlanta through tha aatton
Stnta efflclal advisory markallag
SCOTLAND'S RECORD IN FOURTH
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Tha following facta aa to the part
Scotland county had in making the
Fourth Liberty luan a great succeae
r-t published for the interest of the
patriotic people hero who are glad
their county baa done ao well. The
county *a allotment sraa >401400.
Actual amount subtcribtd. >661,500.
Number of subscribers. 1010. Par
ccntage of population subscribing,
5.1. Per capita suhaeriptloft, >38.14.
23JUJ BAI.RS TO NOVEMBER 14TH
Ah reported to the Bureau of the
Census by Special Agent W. N Me
Kenile, there were ginned In Scotland
county prior le November 14th 25.2*2
bale* of the 1918 cotton crop a* com
pared with 22,990 betas of tbs 1917
crop to November 14, 1917. The In
crease for the tame period this year
over that ol last it 2,242 balca. which
ia a substantial gain and means many
thousands of dollar* to the fanner*
of this county.
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December lei. It has all the new
war-word*. *19.76; *1.76 with order
and *3 a month. 1. T. .Newsworthy,
Thompson Hotel, Lumbarton, N. C.
t Divisions Soon to Ba Beni Hack to
‘ A mottos.
Demobilisation of tha American ex
peditionary forces, already ia prog
ress with tha homeward movement of
sick and wounded, will ha hastened by
•he return at an early date of 8 di
vision* of national guard and national
army troop*. 8 regiment* of coast ar
tillery and 2 brigades of field artil
lery. This announcement wax made
Saturday by Gen. March, chief of
staff, or receipt of dispatches from
A Rare Book Hargain.
For immediate delivery. I will sal)
the complete works of O’Henry, the
most fascinating of all story writers.
In 12 fine volumes for only *12; *1
with order and *1 a month (The
publishers’ price la *17). Send me
your order today. J. T. Norsworthy.
Thompson hotel. I.uasberton, N. C.
NOTICE OP ADMINISTRATOR.
^Having qualified as administratrix
of tho estate of Mrs. T. W. Parker,
lata of Scotland County, North Caro
lina, this la to notify all person* hav
ing claims against the estate of said
deceased to exhibit them to the un
dersigned at his home on or before the
27.th.day of November, 1*10, or this
notice will be pleaded in bar of their
recovery. All persons indebted to
said estate will please moke imme
This 27th day of Novembvr, i918.
. _ Administrator. ’
Cos A Dunn, Attys. • , •••• . 48-2
The Junk Buyer
While cleaning oat yoar
Ban*, sare yoar Bag*, Bag
ging am! Rags.
Zinc, Lead, Abaninam, Pew
ter and Radiators.
Rabber Shoes, Bicycle Urea,
8aHd Vehicle Tins, Inner
Tabes and Ante Tires.
HIDES—Horse, Mole and
Dry Field Boa*.
OM Stores and Scrap Iren.
Brill row Jnak to
TW PUe«: W. P. EraM*
f aaifidbu'i, N. C.
HEX T E It
THAN A l URE FOU
Nonca to tab Public:
An ounce of prevention ie
worth a pound of cure. Save
yowwlf and yoer family from
the ravage* of tbie dreed plague
Avoid crowd* I
^OetjMnnty of freab air tad
Keep the bowela moving nat
TkteuMt trt pniedar themvlm till*
tpullk Itflmri tad kupi*( htn
Mlm vel tad kitpj, (hay mi, trlik
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TOR THE CAKOL1NAS—JXO.
M. SCOTT a CO, CHARLOTTE,
1 N. C.
IP IT IS nmMhinf new ami atyliah
la children'* ahoea you want—I
have it. W. P. Evan*. It
KOB BALK—A bench of nice pin.
See Henry G. McKcmnl* or Mr.
John Peale, at Sneed** Grova
A UNITED lot of )ob lot overeaaU
far Ben hut received. Original
price *S6 and *40, now *10, *12.50
and *17. W. P. Kvaau. It
NOTICK—Wc have employed an up
to-date electrician and winman,
and win be glad to make bid a on
any work of thta kind. Laurinburg
Electric Service Co. Xft-u
BOYS SUITS in all etylara end lowrat
price* at W.’P. Evan*. it
POB SALE—Puhrtaum data, Abrum
rjre^ R. A. WUkiaaon, Laorinburg
ALFALFA 1IAY for cow*, if roc
want Increased yield of rich milk.
At W. P. Evans'. It
WANTED—A good Z-borae farm to
root or loateo for reasonably rent.
Apply Box 27ft, City. 46-tf
ALFALFA HAY fo. tnuloe and hors
es, if you want to keep them fat on
lean grain. W. P. Evans. It
AUCTION SALE BUNDY ESTATE
—Monday, December 2, 1918, at
10:30 a. ns. Free band concert and
thrift stamps given sway. 6T
business lota, fronting on Mala and
Railroad streets. Desirable prop
erty for business purposes, which
will never be for msU again at your
own price. Right In the heart of
the business section of Laurmburg,
bound to increase in value. There
it none other for sale. This is your
rhtnee. National Realty Auction
Co., B. H. Hsmley, auctioneer; I*
M. Felton, salee manager. Sal* by
order of the court. M. L. John,
FOB SALE—« 1-4 acres land J 1-2
- mile* south MarshviUc, N. C.. in
splendid community. House and
outbuilding* fairly good; ejtcellent
#•11 never-failing water. Land lias
as weir as thnt of Scotland county
for impewimcct- Cotton never
had over 880-lbr. par acre, yet pro
duced better than half-bole. Part
•oil fine wheat and com land. Price
only 440 acre; p.'rt cash, balance.S
years. Come to Momroc, show pros
pective purchaser over any time.
Eugene Ashcraft, Monroe, N. C.
FOR SALE—One brand new Ford
touring car; taro 11*17 model Ford
touring cars. Good once. Lonnie
Hammond, Laurinbwrg, N. C. It
LOST—Two sutossobils liasnse num
bers 14,783 last weak between Wa
gram and my homo. Finder return
to Arch MeLaan, Wag ram, N. C- U
... Tear Bays Wart It.
Gat your "Mark Twain" now, Pub
Ushert inert*so price Docambar 1st.
Present price for the 2S volumes,
*29, II with order. 91 a math. J. T.
Norswortby, Thosapaan Hotel, Lurn
her ton. M. C.
The s am plats FtsaSris light and
Safa for the children Brings
laalla* —A — —. — 4 A — —1.
Illllrlf CllwvTi Wf wnOH
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A few of the many Auto Accessories
we carry that make very acceptable
Tire Pressure Guages
Running Board Foot Mats
Greases and Lubricating Oils
Do you know what kind and GRADE
of Lubricants you are using or do you
buy ANYTHING OFFERED. We
handle nothing in this line but the
LAURINBURG, N. C.
JAS. L, SUTHERLAND, Mgr. Garage. 'Phone 151
Fourth Issue U.
We are ready to deliver Coupon F*--jg.
. . INSTALMENT PAYMENTS
* . I
November 21, 1918, 20 per rent
January 18,1919, 20 per cent.
December 19, 1919, 20 per cent.
Jannary SO, 1911, SO per emt.
The above payments MUST be made promptly.
Have you bought War Savings Stamps according
to your pledge ? If not do so atonce. We sell them.
Come on—you have bought Bonds and Stamps,
now fulfill your pledge. Pay for them 2
v THE STATE BANK
Authorized Agent of the United States Government
Laurinburg, North Carolina
Otcaa Quick BaHaf ter
Price l*c and He for battle