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Special Dollar Day prices will prevail lor these two
days. Unusual reductions in all lines of merchandise,
featuring special values in the Department Stores, the
Hardware stores, the Furniture Stores, the S and 10c
Stores, the Drug Stores, Men’s Furnishing Stores, the
Grocery Stores, the Automobile Supply Stores, and
practically every department of merchandise that can
We want you to know Laurinburg better, to know us
better, and we want to know you better.
The prices for Dollar Days will be real money savers.
There are certain things you have got to buy now. Why
not come to Laurinburg Friday and Saturday, May 23
and 24, and buy more with the same money?
In addition to the many attractive values that you can
buy for a dollar, there will be general price concessions
and unusual offerings in all lines. Whether you want to
spend one dollar or a hundred, you can get more for
vour money if you come to
CITY SERVICE STATION
OOME-ALONG-1N T ROOM
CAROLINA WILLYS LIGHT CO.
EPIRD’S DEPARTMENT STORE
EVERINGTON’S DRUG STORE
•8 5,10 AND 2So STORE
NATIONAL BANK ,
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D. M. GIM .IS,
LONNIE HAMMOND COMPANY, INC
LAURINBURG HARDWARE GO.
IAURINBURG ELECTRIC SERVICE GO.
LAURINBURG AGENCY GO.
McLAURIN A SHAW
McNAIR AUTOMOTIVE GO.
M. A. McDpUGALD
E. T. McCALL :
MRS: C E. ODOM
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H. A. PAGE, JR. '
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ROSE’S 5,10, AND 2Sc Store
GEORGE T. RHODES
READ ft SNYDER
DR. R.G. STONE
SANFORD HARDWARE CO.
SCOTLAND COUNTY SAVINGS BANK
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