The Robesonian from Lumberton, North Carolina on March 23, 1911 · Page 5
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THE SEMI-WEEICLY ROBESONIAN. THE ROBESONIAN. PUBLISHED MONDAYS AND THUHSDAT8. THURSDAY, MARCH 23. 1911. -OCAL RAILROAD SCHED ULE. Arrival and Departure of Trains at Lumberton. SEABOARD AIR LINE. Train No. 45, west-bound Lvb 7.15 a. m, Train No. 39, west-bound Lvs 5 57 p. mi Train No. 40. east-bound Lvs. 9.50 a.m. Train No. 44, east-bound Lvs. 9.37 p.m. V IRGINI A & CAROLINA SOUTHERN FROM HOPE MILLS. (Daily except Sunday) Train No. 79. arrives 8.50 a. m Train No. 64, leaves 9.f0 a. m Train No. 65. arrives 6.15 p. m Train No. 78, leaves 8.35 p. m EL1ZABETHTOWN BRANCH Between St. Paul and Elizabeth town (Mixed Trains, daily except Sunday.) Train No. 7. leaves St. Paul 9:15 p. m. 7, lv. Tar Heel 10:05 p. m. 7, leaves Dublin 16:40 p. m. 7, ar. Eh'b'tht'n 11:00 p. m. 8, arrives' St. Paul 8:15 a. m. 8, lv. Tar Heel 6:50 a. m. 8, leaves Dublin 6:10 a. m. 8, lv. Eli'b'tht'wn 5:30 a. m. Train No. Train No. Train No. Train No. Train No. Train No Train No. RALEIGH & CHARLESTON FROM MARION, S. C. Train No. I, leaves 9.55 a. m. Train No. 2. arrives 5.40 p m. Cotton today. 14 1-6 cents. Strayed or Stolen Two large black sows. Lartrest one has short tail. Weigh about 150 and 200 each, when last seen. Reward for any yiforma-tion as to where abouts. Hardy Pur- nell. Buie. N. C. 3-23-4thurs Lost -Pair of nose-erlasses, gold bridge, on street between 2nd. and 1st. Return to Mi9S Juette Barker 3-23-tf There will be a special agent at St. Paul at the store of R. J. Leggett to fit and exchange the famous Hawk's Eve Glasses April 5 and b. batisfac tion guaranted. April 5 and 6. 3-23 3t For Quick Sale at a bargain 25 shares Cotton Mill Stock. $6,000.00. Notes secured bv real estate mortgage A eood investment. P. O. box 327, Lumberton. N C. 3-20-4t For Rent 6 room house, corner of Fifth and Willow streets. Apply to J. H. Floyd, Lumberton. 1-2-tf. Sinn Palntlna. Show Card Writ lngrSign Painting of any kind neatly and artistically executed. Gold and Silver Leaf Signs a specialty. W. Henry Wade, at Advance office. 12-12-tf For Sale About 100,000 shingles. An- 1 a T r : T U XT " ply to J . r. ivozier, ijuiiiueiiuiifn.u 7-14-tf If Ton Want to sell your farm, place it in the hands of Robeson Loan & Realty Company. Lumberton. N. C, and they will sell it. 6-27tf Wanted To do your house moving and raising. Have full equipment. See me. A. W. Pate, Lumberton, N. C. 6-9tf. Wanted Everybody to know that Woedlawn dairy is the place to get sanitary milk. Delivery wagon on street twice a day. 4-21 tf For Sale A gocid mule and a good driving horse. Apply to W. H. Humphry, Lumberton. 2-16-tf Don't Dress In the Cold Our kiln dried blocks take the chill off these cool morninirs. 75c ter load. cash. delivered. Cut slabs, green, 60c, per load. Kingsdale Lumber I'o. lu-3tl ANNOUNCEMENT I hereby announce that I have associated with me for the general practice of law, L. R. Varser, Esq., and J. Dickson McLean, Esq., under the firm name of McLean, Varser & McLean. The new firm will occupy the office formerly occupied by the late firm of McLean & McLean in Bank of Lumberton building, Lumberton, N. C. A. W. McLEAN. March 13th, 1911. 3-13-4t Notice. W. G. Reynolds having tendered his resignation as keeper of the County Home, notice is hereby given that any one desiring to apply for the position will file his application with T. N. Hig-ley. Register of Deeds, on or by the first Monday in April, 1911. This March 20, 1911. J. W. Carter, Chairman Board Commissioners. 3 20-tf Restaurant ! I have opened up a first-class restaurant at the foot of x the old bridge. Meals at all hours, and have rooms furnished. I solicit your patronage. ELIZA OXENDINE (GOINGS) 3-16-tf Lumberton, N. C. PERSONAL Mr. J. M. Butler, of St Paul, is a Lumberton visitor today. Mr. Jas. Fields, of Allenton, was a Lumberton visitor Tuei day. Mr. N. A. McCormick, of St raul, was a Lumberton visitor Tuesday. Mr. N. J. McRimmon, of rural route No. 3 from Rowland, was among the visitors in town Tues day. Mrs. J. L. Stephens, who had been spending a few days visit ing at Barnesville, returned home yesterday. Mrs. John McArthur. of St Paul, and Mrs. John Stewart, of John's Station, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. McAllister. Miss Mary C. McNeill, who has been spending time on a visit to relatives at Wannanish. is expected to return home this afternoon. Mrs. E. C. McNeill went yes terday to Raynham. where she is a guest at the home of her son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. John McCallum. Mr. T. C. Reaves, of Ashe- ville, formerly in the tobacco business here and now interested in a warehouse at Fairmont, was a Lumberton visitor yesterday. Mr. John M. Dick, who had been in town since Tuesday morning, a guest at the home of his sister Mrs. Lizzie G. Proctor, left this morning for his home in Greensboro. Mrs. J. F. Graham, formerly cf Anderson, S. C, but now of Darlington, S. C, is a guest at her parents, Mr. Meares, near the 1898 Boylin's Jewelry Store 1911 Oldest and largest in Robeson county. The entire first floor of the corner building herewith shown being used for the display of our large stock of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry. Silver ware, Cut Glass, China, Optical Goods, etc. Our large stock makes it possible to get just what you want in this line. Boylin's : Jewelry : Store, Lumberton, N. C. . v : : . . . . t, ' ft " . - t I ""L .-'- ' E r ' r n r. I "X St . mm 1 " r ; -.---4 -' Plant Cotton One Seed at a Time Equally Spaced No SkipsNo Bunching. Without preparation of the seed, plant a bushel or more or a peck or less to the acre, one to six inches apart, as you set it. always one seed at a time. Save half the work and time of chopping. Positive force feed means absolute regularity of drop without cracking or crushing seed. Each plant has room to grow though chopping be delayed. Insures early maturity and 5 bales from land you now get only 4, because no skips or gaps in your rows. It was announced from the Postoffice Department at Washington on the 21st that Sunday work in postoffices throughout the country is to be discontinued so far as is consistent with the facilitation of the transmission of mail. - J John W. Sickelsmith, Greensboro, Pa., has three children, and like most children they frequently takecold. We havetner several kinds of cough medicine," he says, "but have never found any yet that did them as much good as Chamberlain's Cough Remedy." For sale by all dealers. , the home of and Mrs. F. J, county home. Mrs. W. L. Mitchell, of Fort Springs, WestVa., who had been spending a few days in town a guest at the home of Mrs. Daisy Jenkins, left yesterday for Latta S. C., where she will spend some time visiting. Ex-Sheriff and Mrs. W. S Clark of Clarkton were guests Tuesday and yesterday at the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. A. Ped neau, at their home on the un named short street between Second and Third. They return ed home last night News Notes and Personals From Glennwood Sc hool Closses 31st. Correspondence of The, Robesonian. Wen wood, March lo. we are having some pretty cold weather these days Mrs. Mary McMiIhan, from Barker's, is spending a few days at Glennwood with friends. -Miss Lena M'White from Glenn wood is spending a few weeks with friends and relatives at Barker's. Mr. Hurbert Cul- breth and Miss Maggie Duncan attended preaching at Pembroke last Sunday night Mr. and Mrs M. N. Folger and Miss Lilian were guests 01 Miss Kosa Gre gory Sunday afternoon, There will be a concert at Glennwood school house March 31st and everybody is cordially invited. Mrs. E. L. Odum and Mrs. Mary McMillan are visiting friends and relatives at Orrum. but will return home soon. Mrs John Culbreth spent Monday and Tuesday with Mrs. M. N. (Jul breth and Mrs. Jacob Duncan at Moss Neck. Glad to report that Miss Margaret McNeill was able to go visiting Sunday afternoon. Mrs. M. N. Folger spent Saturday with her parents in Lum berton. Mr. John Thaggard and Mr. Brav, from Pembroke, were visiting friends in this com munity Sunday afternoon. Mr. Dan Buie spent Sunday at Pern broke visiting some of his friends Mr. Francis M White and Mr. Arthur Odum spent Sunday at Barker's visiting relatives and friends. Daisy Bee. Box Supper at Rennert Evening of 29th. The ladies of Rennert are to give a box supper at the public school house on the evening of Wednesday, the 29th of March The girls are requested to bring a box of lunch for two. The entertainment is for the new Baptist church. The public is cordially invited to attend. In Shelby the other day a horse was instantly killed by stepping on wet ground which a ground wire belonging to the local electric company was charging. If you haven't the-time-te exercise regularly, Doan's Regulets will prevent constipation. They induce a mild, easy, healthy action of the bowels without griping. Ask your druggist for them. J5 cents. The Ledbetter One-Seed Planter plants on ridge or in water furrow. Levels the bed, opens furrow, plants seed any depth, desired one at a time, and presses earth over seed, all in one operation. Has flexible hitch rod so planter always runs true. See every seed as it comes from hopper to spout. Hopper easily removed. Furn ished with drag coverer f lace of press wheel, if desired, f'not at your dealers, send us J14.00. We pay all freight. Our guarantee of satisfaction or money back proctects you. Write for interesting Free Books showing this and other styles. Write or see your dealer now. $14.00, Freight Prepaid, if Your Dealer Does Not Sell It. Satisfaction guaranteed or money back promptly Furnished with plates for planting cotton, corn, sorghum, peas, maize, kaffir corn and all similar SGGQ ': N. JACOBI HARDWARE CO., Selling Agents. Wilmington, N. C. Out Saddle Tree Way News Notes and Personals. Correspondence of The Robesonian. Lumberton, R, F. D. 2, Mar. 20. Most of the farmers are well up with the breaking of their land, and planting corn will soon be the order of the day. It was very dark during the storm Monday afternoon, and there was considerable hail, but no damage was done. Miss Olive Baxley returned to her home at Red Springs last Sunday after spending a week with her sister Mrs. W. H. Powell. Miss Annie Belle Humphrey, who is a student at Meredith College, Raleigh, is at home on account of the sickness of her mother, Mrs. R. Humphrey. Dr. D. A. Humphrey of Florida came home Friday and spent two days with her also. We hope for her a speedy recovery. Miss Omah Barker of Rozier s is visiting her sister Mrs. Edward Humphrey. Mr. . W. H. Powell attended the biennial meeting of Head Camp W. of the W. O. W., which was held at Greensboro last week. He reports a fine time. We are glad to know that Misses Lula and Mattie Prevatt, who nave had pneumonia, are improving. Mr. Edward Humphrey and family moved into their new res idence last Thursday. They gave the carpenters a dinner that day, as a token of appreciation. The many friends of Mrs. Jno. N. Regan are sorry to hear that she is still unimproved. Messrs. Roy McPhail and Mal- com Humphrey are visiting friends and relatives near Max-ton. Messrs. W. H. Powell and C.J. Biggs visited at Red Springs Sunday. Mr. W. J. Gray and family moved from St Paul's last week to the house recently vacated by Mr. Ed. Humphrey. We are glad to have Mr. Gray with us. Mr. Lewis and little daughter Pope of Barnesville visited his daughter Mrs. J. B. Ward the atter part of the week. Mrs. D. Humphrey of Fayetteville vis ited her mother-in-law, Mrs. Sarepta Humphrey, Sunday. Juanita. A disDatch of the 20th from Calcutta states that the final pro visional census returned to Con gress gives the population of In dia as 315,000.000. This is an increase of as com pared with 1901. When you have rheumatism in your foot or instep apply Chamberlain s Liniment and you will get quick relief. It costs but a quarter. Why auner: For sale by all dealers. Raft Swamp News Notes. Correspondence of The Robesonian. Buie, March 23. Planting corn seems to be the biggest thing of today's work. We have been havigg some rough fires this week. Mr. L. E. Tyner's place got burned out yesterday. He has lost lots of limber by the fire. Miss Dora Johnson of bt. Paul was a visitor at the home of Mr. David Davis last Sunday. Mrs. F. G. Odum and son Clarence of Buies, route 1, were at Powersville Sunday. Mr. J. Q. Parnell is spending the week at his brother's plowing. Mr. J. C. Baxley of Buies, K. 1, was in town Tuesday on business. Mr. J. W. Lowe of Buies, R. 2, is through planting corn for one time, but he may have to do it the second time. Mr. Archie Odum is going to school at Philadelphus. The pupils of Rait Swamp had a prayer-meeting iuesaay at 10:30 a. m. After this year we are expect ing to have our stuff shipped to the station at Mr. Giles Davis', near Mr. S. L. W. Davis, who has a depot started in his yard Mr. W. O. Davis is expected to be the operator and Mr. Everett Davis is depot agent. Mr. Ira Davis is to be express agent, Miss Name Davis is to be mail clerk on the Beaufort Lumber Co. R. R. running from Fairmont to St Paul. The school at Oak Grove closed yesterday after having a grand time in the afternoon. The biggest thing was a spelling match, Mr. Alexander Odum being best speller. Mr. Thomas Davis spent Sun day at Mr. Lawrence Smith'o. Some of the tobacco men thought one while they would not have any plants, but since the rain they are coming fine. John & Peter. The body of a negro woman, zl years old, was lound in a trunk at her home in Hamlet Tuesday night. The woman lived with one Will Darrah and went to Hamlet two weeks ago from Monroe. Her husband, a porter on the Columbia local train, has disappeared and mystery surrounds the murder. Near Monroe Monday Chaf. Hasty shot Jeff Crook as a result of a dispute over the boundary between their farms. Crook was not seriously wounded. ' Stops earache in two minutes; toothache or pain of burn or scald in five minutes; hoarseness, one hour; muscle- I ache, two hours; sore throat, twelve . hours Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil, mon-' arch over pain. REXOLVEO THAT I R YOU WISH TO MAftCfl ALONG YOU MUJT BE CLAD IN THE LATEST. T H ET BETTER. YOURAPPARFL; THE SWIFTER WILL BE YOU P. PROGRESS, 3USTE-R BROWN Htad CWTMGMT H.eYTMf BVTm f "own CO CHK00. the man who has the right .sort of brain5 on the inside will have the right .sort ot a hat on the out-side of his skull. other-s will think more of your face if you wear, a good hat above it. we are the -sole agents in this city for the howard hat, which will cost you $3.00. you cannot get the best for nothing. yet if you wi.5h a hat lower in price we can supply you. you know that we have a good reputation for carrying hats that are right in style, and of cour.se you wish the .stylish HAT. RESPECTFULLY, XL? 0UTF1TTE LUMBERTON, 'Phone No. 141 N. C. AND EVERYTHING IN FOR BUILDERS. OLS TO( ULL p b mam n mmt mm 1 1 I m t a Rope, tvine , Cord- CARPENTERS : FOR THE BEST TOOLS THAT WILL HOLD THEIR EDGE, COME TO US. BUILDERS : FOR THE BEST FINISHING HARDWARE THAT WILL LAST AND BE ORNAMENTS TO YOUR BUILDING. COME TO US. EVERYBODY : WHEN YOU WANT ANYTHING IN HARDWARE. COME Ttf' THE STORE THAT HAS MADE ITS GOOD REPUTATION BY SELLING ONLY GOOD GOODS. McAllister h'D'w. co. 7-7tf Lumberton and St. Pauls. N. C. v 'The House of Quality." Lumberton, :::::::: North Carolina Spring time calls for tonic. Try Pope's Sarsaparilla Compound When in need of anything in the Drug or Sundry line give us ": '" a call. Agents for Ashcraft's Stock Powders. The Pope Drug Co.

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