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Mr. S. T. Smith of Maxtan, route 4,
eras a visiter in Laarinberg Tisedey.
U. Urnius Everett of Camp
Jackson, 1. C-, spent the week-end in
the city with home-folks.
Mr. Willie L. Goodwyn of Camp
Jackson, B. G, spont Friday, Satur
day aad Sunday at home.
Miss Freasle McLean left lest week
for Lowell, Ha, where aha will spend
several walks vial tiny relatives.
Mr. Haney F. Glbeon and family ef
Gibson were visiters in Laerlnbury
Mr. Alex Norton end little eon.
Master Lather Glenn, were visitors la
tbs city Teaoday aad caller* at The
Mr. Bdwta Gill, who has keen
studying at the New York School of
Fine aad ApgUod Arte, has returaod
for the sewer vacation.
Miae Ella Mae Btnniagbaai. daught
er of Mr. and Mrs. J. G Birmingham
left Saturday far Wilmington where
ehe el etady at e business college
for e few mnethe.
TVs Hoka County Journal says:
Robert, tha ysungar tan of Mr, W. T.
Covington, who te being treated far
appendicitis ta a hospital in Charlotte,
it ctttin* along nicely vt an gtad to
Mr. Douglas Lyteh, whs has been
•working with tha Hudson Motor Co. st
Detroit. Mich, easno home last week
and goes ta Camp Jackson this weak.
Mr. Lyteh came through tha oountsy,
driving a Dodge ear far Mr. Jaapm T.
C.beon, tha local dealer.
The congregation of Ida Mill Pros
byte ri to Church will, on Thursday
next. May >0. Past Day, assemble st
tbs church for an hour of prayer aad
meditation. Tho aarvtoe will take
place at 11 A. M. The public is in
vited to be proa sat.
The congregation of Aberdeen Free
byteriaa fhurtb will in compliance
with the Presidents request meat ta
tha church an Pant Day, next Thurs
day, for an boor of prayer end wor
ship. Tha service will take place st
4:M> P- M. Tha community In gen
eral is invited to taka part.
Rev. Prud T. Collins of Clinton will
preach at tho Baptist church of Lour.
Inburg Sunday morning and evening
at the usual hours of service Rev.
Mr. Collins is'a young minister of
splendid ability and doubtiset will be
heard by large andienees hare Bun
Mr. G. H. Roeadl mad* an ad
dress Sunday morning at Baft
Swamp, iobwnn county, at a m•mo
rtal lervtee of the Woodmen of the
World fraternal order. Mr. and Mra.
H. T. Jackron and Mr. J. C Norton
and aoa, Vance, alto attend*)
meeting at Baft Swamp Sunday.
Mfa. John D. Shaw and Mr*. Bo
land Covington left Tuesday mom
tar for Raleigh to attend tha Fsdsrs
te.n of Woman's Clubs, which masts
there this week. Mra. Shaw and Mrs.
Covington will ha tha guests of Mrs.
T. W. Bickett, wife of the Governor,
and wOl ha entertained at tha Man
Mr. Cotta Hasty, aaa of Mr. and
Mis. 3. K. Hasty, and who has been
a student at tha State Callage af
Agriculture and Kaginserlag at Ral
elgh, and Mr. Nathan Gibson of Lam
tv) Hffl, have volunteered is the
quartermaster's divfalaa of tha army
and go to Raleigh Friday of this week
to report far duty. Sunday they as
pect la start for Fort Thomas. By*
where they will ha Motioned for soma
II to wnitoi that tha moaroea
Man iwtu to p.son* that Mr.
Halstsad Covington. yoaag aoa of Mr.
and Mn. T. T. Covington, who war a
atodmt at (ha Marina <AU.) Military
IasUtate tha paat aaaatoa in propara
tlon for anlraaaa of (ho Uaitod Stairs
Nava) A nadany. faltod to paaa tha ra
qalrrd oxaninattem and far Dda al
togad riaiaa haa aot pM to Aaaap
olto Now Dm Caeto la (ho eaao ora
’haaat Mr. Coriagten not only ana
ha haa aot abroad* gras ta AaaapaHa
to that ha was alternate and Mr. Trad
tMa district. Mr. Hteesyrr also paas
erodfc aad pa to Amaaolia drat, as
omM aataraBy ba npptitatl nadar tha
appointment. Mr. BabilWOO has writ
tan Mr. Cariagtoa that ha atoada «a*t
aa tha Hat at aUgfMas and as anoa as
than to a aot bar vacancy at Aaaapolto
far this dtotrkt. ho. Mr. Covington.
•vriH ha adOad. Iha Bachaago la glad
to pafcHah than facte la ardor to aot
at anas tbs ariah ad say Who May ban
entertained Mae notteaa la Dda ra
apart. Ms tow had noaaaa to (ha
teals aad rrory ataHtoaat oaa ba vorl
Sad. Mr. Orriagtaa stood high to
Mamoard at hoaas. Tha fataas balds
awtoh proariM far hha.
The-music pupils of Mils Katie He
ltons will give a recital at the city
•chool auditorium Friday evening.
May 31, at 8:30. The public t> cor
dially Invited to attend this oxer
• Owing to pressure of other duties
we are unable to publish a list of the
selectmen who went to Camp Jackson
front this county Tuesday, May tt
The names af these young men ware
published In recent taaBei of The Kx
chaage aad ean ha aaaa by referring
Mr. J. Marian McNeill, ton af Mr.
and Mrs. D. C. McNeill, spent a few
days here with hie parents recently.
Mr. MeNeiU has been a. student at
OgMthorpe University, and has se
ll* tod in Dr. J. W. Lang's hospital
antt. He left Tuesday morning far
Fort McPherson, Ca, to report for
Nitrate ef Soda.
Tho county distributer for Uovern
MBt Nitrate of Soda Is amlcing a
aaall delivery to tbo farmers of Scot
land this week from n cargo which ar
rived in Wilmington May 24th. This
delivery and tho one made oarly in
tho Spaing, will amount to about SO
per cent of tho Soda applied for by tho
farmer* of gaottond county. Tho local
committee is advised that another
vessel it exported In Wilmington
•bout Kay ,90th. and it li expected
that tho county will rentes an anet
■te “boot equal to teat now bob*
delivered. These throe allotment* wQl
bring the percentage da)trend up to
from 44 to AO per east of tho appil
cationa, and is air that the department
of Agriculture has in right for imme
diate arrival. The Department ad
visee that every effort t* being made
to secure vernal* to bring Nitrate to
this country, and that oca of the vas
set* which has discharged her cargo
of Nitrate la already oa a aooood voy
age- Should further ellotmeot* bo
■Mde to this county, the local eom
mlttoa wiH give due series to farmers
oa soon as they are advised by the
department. At present, it is stated,
than is nothing to indicate that fur
ther shipments, exclusive of the one
to reach part May Mtb, win bo re
ceived before the Utter port of Jane,
or early in July.
A HOME FOB TUB MOTHERLESS
Wc understand that Rev. J. H.
Spa aiding, manager of the Patteruan
Springs Home for the Motheriem
Child has east oat dialer lot tars to
*h» Hoapitala of Usa State, announc
ing the fact that the Honsa it pre
pared to taka infanta. And that tha
Home haa aacaied the services of Dr.
T. G. Hamrick of Shelby. N. C. Dr.
Hamrick haa tha honor of being one
of the best baby specialists in the
State. Ha haa about twenty year*
experience, and wOl be of gnat serv
ice to tha Uome.
This work commends Itself to every
mother, as she looks her little one in
the face, and thlaka a boot tta future
welfare in case aha should bo taken
away from H. Nona of ae can hardly
realise what a great work this D un
til as* have aome experience that
hrlnga tha laaaon home.
Wo are glad to know that aome one
haa taken up tha work to hotp aaee
tho prusnt crop of beMaa. Wa may
naad than if this war continues.
LAUREL HILL NEWS.
Special to The Exchange.
Laurel Hill, Map 28.—MUmi Mir
iam Hargrave a ad Katie Gaboon of
Plata MacDonald CnHegt are at home
for the rammer.
Mr. R. R. Walker, after spending
laat week with kia mother at Barling
tan, returned hats Friday. *
Maser*. Nathan Oibarn and Melvin
LMngstona of Kings Business Col
lege. Kaltigh, are at haaaa this weak.
They hpve given up their stadias to
offer their ranks* tr Uncle lam.
Mr. L. Calhoun of Davidsou la at
haaaa for tha summer race ties,
Prvt Geo. Hargrave of Camp
Jackass spent Monday at haaaa.
Several young todies delightfully
entertained at tha Loom of Mias Eu
nice Gibson Men day teialag. la honor
of Mr. K. R. Walker, whs left far
Clamp Jaekson Tuesday.
Mrs. Bailey, after spending eeveml
weeks with her daughter, who ts de
meetk eeUace teacher at Meredith
CeHage, arrived hare last week, aa
companied hy her daughter, and they
am at lev. Ches. R. Salleys.
Mr. Gatuom Matthews spent Sunday
la Pateratnirg, Vr, with Ida brother,
Mr. Churiee Matthews, who la In
| LAl’RINBURG SOOETV
MISS SMITH HOSTESS TO
The meeting of the Ladles' Thun
deg Afterwon Book Clab with AlUq
Miaaie Smith- on Wednesday, May 2t,‘
win long be remembered as one ef Un
meet unique and interesting ef the
year. This being the time epeeided
for seised an ef books far the ——<“g
year, the names were read oat and
tumad into tbs committee for books.
Report of the medal given by this
dub to tba graded school was also
mad*. Then with a raffia of expec
tant Interest the slab settled down to
the hM of the afternoon, a suffrage
debate. Query: Resolved that equal
suffrage should be granted imme
diately. Affirmative—Miae Julie
Stewart, Mies Effle MeXae. Nega
tive—Mrs. J. A- Caldwell, Mrs. A. L.
James. Judges -members ef the
dub. Each debater her pa
per with marked ability and it almost
—ansiJ as If the hrart, aa well as the
beaia. was speaking. The dedsiea
was ee dose that the affirmative wan
by «mly one vote- It was rare enjoy
ment to hear the pres sad cone ef this
amet Interesting matter end the
head Mag ehewad elose nod careful re
search into the subject. Misa Agnes
Lyan Buchanan delighted the deb and
the many visitors with two very in
tricate and beautiful piano setae. Miae
Smith, assisted by Misses Saiab and
Agnes Lyna Rochaaaa end Mrs. An
gus Lyteh served delightful lea cream
and cake followed by mints. The
deb adjourned with assay expres
sions of thanks for the plaaemaa ef
BgV. BAILUt CADE DEAD. ■
(W T. Boot In Croeasboro News)
Tho death of Bee. Bay)as Cade In
Philadelphia yesterday afternoon not
anly removes from tho pal pit a p*c
tarmMM character and a superlative
intellect, but It naturally luiaaa a
Mutisa as to what will be deoo to
ward the dovelopmeeit of tho Coda
typesetting machine which Ws hem
advertised many years and appeared
to ho going well as a stock eompany.
The machine has set beau manufac
tured and sold, hut Mr. Cade had bscu
La the market long onough to got al
most the required amount of stack.
Ho wa« being backed by some mloudld
men in tho west. Naturally it fa fear
ed here that hfa death will affect tho
future of the machine which ho has
tried so long to perfect.
Mr. Cade wai a Confederate soldier,
was many years a school teacher, rala
fater In the Baptist church and was
secretary to Governor Russell. Ha
Mors recently the Inventor had taka*
active pastors boa and hfa proarUng
was such aa gave him unique position
in tho Baptist denomination. Ho serv
ed Wake Forest two summers ago and
as a collage' preacher eras profoundly
Mr. Cade was one of the few mem
bers of the fusion regime who voted
the Republican state ticket and tho
national Democratic. Ho sever went
back on Bryan or him philosophy. Tho
nearest a disagreement with tho Ne
braskan was on tho war, Mr. Cade
being intensely pro-ally and a believer
in the war before It was declared.
Germany was an anachronism to him
and tho war was wholly a rstigtoua
It fa understood that tho body will
ho brought to Loufakurg. where ho
Ptmehpd many rears, and the burial
will take place Monday. Ho leaves a
WOODV1LL* NKWB NOTES.
SpgeW.to Th* Exchange.
Woodyfll*, May 17.—Among tfcoa*
who cam* horn* last weak for the ram
mer holidays were Miss Mao McMillan
5?£ M“* Anni# Gibson of Meredith
Cortege, juut UUm Oraeo Menroo of
Oorporsl J, D. MeLoaa of Corny
JorVoon mat Sunday at hams.
Mltaeo Manr Lhflsgstiai and Maria
>*omeo loft Monday for Sad Syrtaga
Jha tsorhsrs* I rail tut* at
ctT ' •“***
BobM^olrioy” Mlm "orac* Hmdonmi
of Maomo/iOma. Hunt and Haot of
haea bam jdraa at Woodeflla school
good nntn Friday night, idaT*!
Th* yroesada trill go talks Rod Cross
11000 values, n,
caE 9 Wed
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LAURINBURG, M. C.
JAa L SUTHERLAND. Her. Gance. *Phoae 161
Payment of Second Instalment of 20 per emit on
Third liberty Bonds due and payable on or before
Safe Deposit Boxes
We offer yon our safe deposit vault for your
Each box is separate and apart and absolutely
We are selling War Savings Stomps. Are you
We solicit your business.
THE STATE BANK
Authorised Agent of the United States Government
Laurinburg, North Carolina