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THE ROBESO.YLAN THURSDAY. "NOVEMBER 7. ms.
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THE MOST IMPORTANT WORD IN THE ENGLISH UWGUGETODAiS
VICE
cEommerci!nv to S "J l' t0 C0,untP' for the PurP of advancing one's interests
commeraally, is to oui mind the poorest kind of taste and the cheapest kind of publicity.
vanchfeS aSogVcaf 'reason why ? Sud in ding .Ur parVn the Libert' Loa" "Pai8ns. but we Jo not ad-
ugiuu reason miu we should o; given preferment for your banking business.
WE OFFER YOU SERVICE AND SAFETY
MAKE OUR BANK YOUR BANK
BANK AND TRUST COMPANY.
LUMBERTON M r
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THE ROBESONIAg PERSONALS
CHtce 107 West Fourth Street..
Telephone No. 20.
THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 7. 191.
BUSINESS BUILDERS
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Kiiarpp
GOOD FARM FOR SALE::
ACRES.
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ALE :-: A CAES OF LAND NEAR
el'inr" W: V se --iir"
Tommi
Aiire"'? "a. "c""M:Le:. Qt
FOR RENT GOOD
:-HOR.SE FARM. TWO
cf ytrm.r.t. G.oi
:uthu-l'.i:r.;rs. Apply tic
Mrs D
J. MeLe
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T. A.
Authentic Styles from Fore
most Fashion Centers in
COATS AND MILLINERY
Beautiful Coats of Chilton Broad-Cloth in most attractive styles
reasonable prices. All the new materials and shades.
HATS OF QUALITY
Combined with excellent styles and workmanship.
Miss Joesphine Breece's
at
GOOD AUTO SPECIALTIES
The Best Made. LRATHER-NU.
For Automobile and Buggy Tops and All
Leather Goods
JOHNSON'S CARBON REMOVER
JOHNSON'S AUTO WAX FINISH
JOHNSON'S SQUEAK OIL
encl us an order for these items. There is
a large and increased demand
N. JACOBI HARDWARE COMPANY.
Wholesale Distributors
1 0 & 1 2 South Front St. Wilmington, N. C.
FOR RENT TWO-HORSE FARM IN CON-
An
?.:':-irt E. Lee. a"c:rr;.
ONE NICE MILCH COW FOR SALE.
V.". F. Stephens. Fair:r.- K. C.
MR.:
Messrs. Frank Shepherd and Frank
Nye of OrroiB are among the visitors
in town todav.
Miss Mary" Hugh Stewart of Max-
7. A. Ramsaur. L" S' '
ROBESON GAVE LARGE
DEMOCRATIC MAJORITY
YOUR LAST CHANCE
I Lor.t-.r-.
ice i. t
LOST. WHITE HAND-BAG NEAR JOHN T.
3trs' 5t-.re. I: ::.r.i return to A. Wen-
ma t j n T-i ... 2 v. "ua vrahuii
. o V' IF-" r "Ir? r"-a No. 3 McNair
w uuiksvuk wen; L.IUUUC1 luu visi- ):--,.:-
tors luesaav.
T:-.:s is your last chance to buy
O'Herry's popular and tascmatmg
stories. Only 20 sets left. Can get
no more. Twelve splendid volumes
SIT. Send SI with order, balance Si
372: Atkinson. 71:1 mor.tr.. lo all who oro.er before
Hashes. 373: Hall 71. November 10 a 6 volume set of Jack
a TOC WANT TO BUY OR SELL STOCK
in any of tie Lamberton coxier mills or
banics, ddresj P. O. Eai 3.S6, L'awrxs,
E c.
LARGE BTRKSHIRE5 FOE SALE I AM
crTer; iry erd sL-e Daric vicccr lftth as;
tTr 3 UBh e'jLU bred o the a:3vebcr.
all refrutred. Great opporrar.ity for auy
or.e wihir. to part'sas foocdatiori tock
at a rac-nab'.-e prie. Write for in.forma
ti'Cn, or ccne them. H. J. White. Blad
eebcro, K. C.
NOTICE SALE I WILL SELL TO HIGH-
est bidder c Friday 15th November all
far-mir.s implements, 2 two-horse piow?. 1
et ground plow. 1 disc harrow, 2 wagons.
2 "trigsies. 2 hoes, rakes. gea.r of all
ktc-ds. Ho-'jaeisold and kreeben famhrore.
M ijt go at your price. Come one and
all and get bargain of your fife Sue
start 10 o'clock sharp cn the Wuliani
Towr.end farm owned 1? Olin Britt. Ed..
Smith. St. Pau'j, N. C. R. 1.
Mr. T. M. Kinlaw an
ence. of Lumberton. Pk.
tors in town vesterdav.
T A 1 . -ht
t?,-vo-j mmmimwtr Ti-z'y-. v.- t Lonaon s oest stones win oe sent rree.
were v:s:-
Townsend. 373: Bulla:
Distric
Kovember 10
J. T. Norsworthy
Phone 16.
Lumberton. N. C.
Mr. F. K.
Xo. 2 Flovd. 373. District No. o
Yf.ftiT-T c.-.r. i-wm 71 n-T-.-
Biggs of the U. S. navy, I No 4 Brown. Democrat. 372. ollio Joins Ranks of Dry States.
stationed at Hamrton Roads. Va
spending a few days' furlough here
snsitine his parents, Mr. and Mrs. K.
M. Biggs.
IF YOU WANT TO BUY OR SELL REAL
estate addrea P. O. Box No. S:6, Lnmoer
toa. W. C.
DOST FORGET CHE BEST PLACE TO
step hunger is at the Olympia Caie, E'm
tr&et. Lumbertcn.
tnci .no. o avails, democrat. Ohio in the election Tuesday joined
Recoraer : Lumoerton aistrTct he f. coiun:n of State,
xsrit.'... on; rarrer a. juaxtcr. a:s-
trict W
To the Members of Robeson Cir
cuit M. E. Church.
Correspondence cf The Robesor.ian.
Fairmont, Nov. 5. Providence per
mitting, I shall fill my appointment
from now on aaiisual ax each al.the
churches on the charge. I earnestly
reonest your cooperation in an filort
to bring the work back to a norrnal
condition.
Our 4th Quarterly conference will
be held at McKindree church. Barnes-! elected justices of the peace without
ville. on Wednesday. Nov. 20th, ar oppos;
iiams. o,6: McLean. .lT-tit.1 .ni,j nr.koc i.,v.;v,;i- .,o
Springs district Buie. 373. Rowland
district Bullock, 373. Fairmont dis
trict Floyd, 373.
Solicitor, Lumberton recorder's
court W. Lennon, Democrat, 373.
County surveyor J. Ed. Tyson,
Democrat. 373.
Solicitor S. B. McLean, Democrat,
373.
For amendments, SoO, none against.
E. L. Hamilton. W. G. Pittman and
F. Grover Britt, Democrats,
ried in that State bv a majoritv esti-j
mated at around 15.000.
NOTICE OF COMMISSIONER S SALE.
COMPARE MY INTEREST RATE AND
terms -a-iti -ther; wio are land.-.r-g tne
tame class cf l:anj. Amounts, tl.0O0.WI
to IM.M0.M; R-:bescn, Scctnc mad Holoe
ftrn-r.;e-. Bate of interest 5 1-2 PER
rrT A. T. McLean. Limberton, N. C
MONEY TO LEND ON IMPROVED LAND
in Ecb-est-n ecur.ty cr. long time. Ks.ts as
good aa any can give. Stephen Mclntyre.
11:30 o'clock. This is important. Letj
all the members of the e,uarrerly con-!
ferer.ee be present on that occasion!
prepared to attend to the business of j
the church.
Our annual conference is only a lit-,
tie more than a month off. and there;
1 is much to be done before that time, ml
-Democratic, 162: Re-
L'nde.r aifd by virtue cf a judgment of the
Superior gfourt of Robeson County, made in
the ease- wherein John C. Fuller is plaintiff
and W. TL Bethune is defendant, the under -ijfnd
ecmmissioiier. will, on Monday the 2.
ifiiy Iecnber. at 12 o'clock, noon, at
the court house door in the town of Lumber
ton. Robeson County, offer for sale to the
highest bidder for cash at public auction the
fallowing land; lying and being in the county
of Roteson and bounded and described as fo
iowj. to-wit :
On the East side of Elm street- Beginning
at a stake in the Eaust edge cf Elm street.
L. H. Caldwell's
cae soutn -.vest corner of
M. G. Redmond to Mrs. Sue A. Towr.ser.L
lot' 11
s OB S
tne r..;
feet to W. H. Hum?
e .'
conveyer oy
. and
said
-.er.ee
.tie 01
e :
south along W. H. Humphrey's line 38 feet to a
stake: thence west with the line cf the Re-.i-mond
lot 115 feet to the east ed.ee of E'.rr.
street: thence north with the East line of Elm
T . m
re-et iee.
Also anot.-.er .?s
-.e r-ec
m tr.e
NOTICE O THE PUBLIC: I HAVE OPEN-
ed new Gara ia Carlyle iui.imr. Cr.est
T -rf formerly occupied by du..x.
Brothn. Am pr-rtared to do general re
pir work. Tom business will be appre
ciate. Welfare Garai-. P.. T. Musse. write,
proprietor.
order that we may make a creaitabie
report. Let every one do his part and
it will be easy.
Fraternallv vour nastor.
J. T. DRAPER.
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AM MAKING LOANS FOR FIVE YEARS
on improved farm lands in Robeson, scot
land and Hcke counties, in amounts c..
00 00 to ISO.OOO.OO, bearin? interest at tn
rate of 5 1-2 per cent. Call on or wnte
A. T. McLean, Lumber-ton. N C.
Si
and ay
DON'T SUPFER CATARRH OP THE HEAD,
tha loathsome and dreaded disease, cured
w"hi'yo'u sleep. Sesoms Late Discovery
tve great hrme remedy, in use more than
fiftaea years! "testimonials and lining wi:
nesies bespeak its merit. One bottie usually
cures worst case. Price J100. For sale by
C MOM Remedy Co.. LumDerton, N. C. ;
Grantham Bros., Lumberton, N. C. ; Gran
tham Bros., St. Pauis: Red Springs
Drua Co., Red Springs, N. C. ; J. M. be-
UIZT.
school 9:30 a
Gospel Tabernacle
Services will be held
follows :
Sundav
service 11 a.
ins 6:30 p. m.; evening service 7:30
p. m. It is urged that all members
and friends come and renew their al
legiance to God and praise Him for
His protection and deliverance dur
ing the epidemic.
By Townships.
Democratic and Republican Vote
Parkton township Democratic 107:
Republican. 4.
St. Pauls
publican. SO.
Saddletree Demicratlc. 49: Repub-i ton. adjoining the above tract. Beginning a:
licsn -13 I t,he soma west corner 01 tr.e .ot conveyer oy
Sterlings Democratic, 50: RePub-'M' G. Redmond to Mr. Sue A. Townsend by
I oeec cate Apr:. ift'O. and duly re-cord.ei ta
ucan ii.
Orrum
49.
Gaddy Democratic. 60: Republi
can. 4.
Burnt Swamp Democratic. 104:
Republican 1.
Alfordsviile Democratic. 76: Re-
This Tractor will do the work of 8 mules, it travels at a speed of
2 1-2 miles per hour while performing its hardest tasks. The bell
power alone is worth the price for sawing wood. running your
gins, grist mills and shredders. Let us show you this tractor today.
Hardware Dep't
the ottt.-e
of Re:
-Democratic. 60: Republican.: County in Bock 4-E. pace is
1 ward a. one the Eastern line ot Main or ..m
ftreet tt :eet to a . ... k-j r.e.-ce -- cbj.c..j
direction and parallel with the south line of
said lot 115 feet to 3 stoke in the dividing line
between the said lot and W. H. Humphrey's
ai-iline use m a
Robeson Baptist Association.
The 36th annual session of the
Sage, widow of the
it her home in New
m.: morning publiean, 2.
young people's meet-! can 56. s-hrdlo mohr hor mohnhmm
PERSONAL EXPERIENCE.
Notices of New Advertisements, to the Editor of The Robonian :
nouu-es 01 w j am writing this m regard to the
Quality merchandise at prices to 0 a jfe i ijvei up to last Sat-
save you money R. D. Caldwell & ur(jav morning, and to give God cred-
Son. . . it for the wonderful life he has given
A cordial welcome to fair visitors me And give Him credit for fear
Fleishman's Big Store, Fayetteville,; some mav believe that I think I got
X. C. , help in other ways, from other sources
Mules, horses, buggies, automobiles which t neVer have. . ,
f Xf P"i-illoT an ri C. M. Fuher & bon. T i;,.ori Q VPrv sinful life and 1 nave
Your last chance J. T. Norsworthy. repented, believed, confessed and God
vr n Unrl nn warehouse re- u n-nrHrnndv saved me.
ceipts for cotton National Bank of Mv life for the past 12 or 13 years
t K--n hi in t 5aturdav was a life xill-
Farm for sale C. M. Reaves, Proc- ul of trouble. I had no peace of
torville, N. C. . mind, I believe caused from the re-
c,r0 vnliiP and Quality Lum- nt cir, On Saturday God won-
berton Bargain House. drously saved me through my efforts
in believing on Him, and he helping
- me. i have already spent 4 of the
unmt Hsv that l ever nae. me
are worth more to me than all the
happiness I got out of my past Lo
vear and over which ended that kind
; Hfp Saturday. I give God credit
ot-ar-ri i n(r.
With God's help I am going to live
Him -fpavlef;? of man and the
LUX -
He 'i; going to be a Father to me
and I am going to be a cnnu to mm.
t i oivfiri-L- fnnnd out this is the
1 I . l V rj tuivn'.t;
lifC t0 liVe W. H. M. BROWN.
Buie. N. C. Uov. 6. lf'lS. pd.
DELCO-UGHT
Tbo complete Electric Light and
Power riani
the modern
to sweep.
and sanitary way
ELECTRIC SERVICE CO.
Lauxinburg, N. C.
WF PAY THE HIGHEST CASH PRICES
for all kinds of furs and hides. L. H
Caldwell.
tr.e
itr.er.
y dxrectn
1 n
Pembroke Democratic. 6S: Repuo
lican. 56.
Wishart Democratic. 57: Republi
can. 74.
Maxton Democratic. 162; Republi
can. 12 .
Red Springs Democratic, 160: Re
publican. 10.
Rowland Democratic 163; KepuDii-
can, 0.
Fairmont Democratic, 204; Kepuo-
lican, 1.
Howellsville Democratic, 142; Re
publican, 73.
Shannon Democratic, 2o; KepuDii
can. 0.
Smith Democratic, 74; Republican,
19.
Thompson Democratic 109; Repub
lican, 6.
White House (estimated) Demo
cratic, 80; Republican, 1.
Back Swamp Democratic, 74; Re
publican, 11.
Rennert Democratic, 38; Republi
can 2.
Lumber Bridge Democratic, 74;
Republican 18.
The Democratic State committee
of New York claimed last night the
election of Alfred E. Smith for Gov
orner bv more than 18,000 majority.
corner o: sa:i lot : tcence
line of said lot 115 feet t
ner on Eta street
eet to tr.e sooto east
the beginning cor-
i Thurs.
ay 01 rsoven-.rvr. ii .
E. J. BRITT.
Commissioner.
Robeson Baptist association will
held at the Parkton church Nov.
oe .
Mrs. Russell
financier, died
York Monday at the age of 90 years.
During the last 7 years of her stew
ardship of the S70A'ii0.u00 left bv her
and 21. postponed from Oct. 30 and. husband, she returned nearly $:0.
31 on account of the influenza epidemic.
Mr. R. P. Davis of R. 3. Lumberton.
is in town todav.
000.000 to the oubli
philanthropies.
bv svstematic
Mrs. T. C. Johnson spent Tuesday
in Wilmington.
Service, Value andQuality
Is What You get When You Trade at The Lumber
ton Bargain House.
We sell for Cash and sell (or Less and we invite you to call in and see our
goods and note the quality and our Low Cash Price. No trouble to show you
whether you make a purchase or not.
Negro Lynched in Wake County.
George Moore, negro, was lynched
Tuesday night near Rolesville, Wake
county, for criminal assault on Mrs.
S. L. Rogers Oct. 30. The negro was
arrested at Wilson Tuesday after
noon, taken to the R,ogers home,
w here Mrs. Rogers identified him, and
tnen a crowd oi indignant citizens
strung him up to a tree near the Rog- j
ers farm. Mrs. Rogers was attacked!
while alone in her room with a 5-
infant Qnrl Vine hppn in H
i y AAU-uxAW t.i... in -
serious condition since the assault.
SPECLL EN SHOES
Children's shoes, per pair 85c to
$3.75
Ladies shoes in all styles and leathers
$2.48 to $9.98
Men's shoes one lot to close out at
$1.98
Men's solid leather work shoes, per
pair S2.39 to S5.48
Men Dress Shoes S3.69 to $8.50
DRY GOODS SPECIALS
25c Bookfold shirting percale. 26 inch
es wide, yd 19c
35c Dress Gingham, yd 25c
25c Apron Gingham, yd 20c
Yard wide Bleached Domestic, per
yard 25c
Ladies' Black hose, per pair 20c
35c extra heavv canton flannel, per
vard 25c
Plaid Homespun, per yard 20c
Children's Blue Serge Middy suits
will be closed out at a great reduction
We are overstocked on these and need
the room.
Ladies' coats and coat suits in all the
new Fall stvles. prices from $16.00 to
$45.00.
SHOP EARLY FOR EXMAS.
In a few days we expect to have on
display a full line of Holiday goods.
Toys of every description for the little
ones and appropriate gifts for the old
er ones. We ask you to call in and
make your selection while stocks are
complete.
SHOP EARLY FOR EXMAS.
Lumberton Bargain House
THE CUT RATE CASH DEPARTMENT STORE.
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