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tamyeUm wntatra ara cjniwUrw of a
amt gcncrou* reaponar bar* next
weak. Scotland win gr*t fivj thM>
mad. and than abrll *»••» mi mn
tt Proaidant WUaon and Ueattal
Parching aay stare to aeaied. Ihafa
tba tpirit that asanatea l to people at
boaaaaoar. Tba tba toya *erer tboaa’
ara ara ttaadlay aqpanly bahind tb—
with av iway aad aJI weV* yak!"
aaad to ttxa OM WmU next weak.
Bat to atoto (to abra* dtotontotaa
aa uyfldNt to will to ■ nifty
tor a conaMaratdo number td aa to
Hoaaan op" a UUla. Iraa fr»a tboa
toad doOata to a* Jwt ffckad ap aa
tto atraat way day aa oaa wflto at
wtotoa. Ihto to a mall awn wtoa
»■ itn aa aa sspraatoba aI tba ya>
trtottoai and daaatlaa tto poopla ad
tWa county Bat there to pit du|w
that mm of aa aay Jort aaforaBy
forgot to to patrfetk. Tea We're
got the caon«y aad era'll gfcre It, ate.
Bat wa lie buy awlriay wore ddlara
aad wmto ta • head tad and oaa
thing* that prm apaa ear ttou aatO
wa May jnat fall ta do oar fall doty
for this aaaaa as promptly aa cm
A man has M that Scotland ceun
ty tmr dm things Iff halvas—yon
can bank on hex to go the whole
length or name. But there i» io evi
dence a tudwry to jut let tktag>
drag onto the ataaatWe become* *1
—I drapers** aal da eg mu Than
ws rsfl up oar stssvsa aad “go to ttl"
That may h* a gaed way to do things,
hot it entails gates * hit of mad
are actively behind a campaign tike
thk. The** people who an charged!
with the responsibility of getting the (
county arc need often endure agonies
at snap ease while they work aad wait'
fee the ^dt to take held. They knew.
tha folks are amiaae to da their daty
aad are oce-ba»<ired-per-cent patriots, j
But the folks may make it hard far
them by just being indifferent—nei
kkKv^^*TiI obligated to give some- ^
thing to this ftmd. Berne will give
tea dollars who ought to give Afty aad
others will give nothing, salving their
omeciencm with to* whit* tie that
“those who haw* ought to give " The
man who to amply able to give liber
ally and who gives stintingty to thW
reuse is a hypocrite, and the men who j
is able to give only a tittle and rc-J
ruses to give anything is more beast
than man. GW* all you think you can
possibly afford aad then give roeaa
mere to order to make sure you are
doing your full daty.
The eloctioa news Wednesday morn
ing is nuvtt confusing. This office
goto thru* morning paper* sad thare
were ae many different report*. Not
enough Is known yet to be sure of a
victory for either party. Both par
ties are d aiming a majority Congress
aad it may be several days before the
truth will be known. The report by
the Associated Prase aad carried in
the Wilmington Star was released at,
I o’clock Wednesday ewtning and to
apparently later than reports to the.
ether dailies. This vapen is rep an t
sd in The Buchans*. But H may he!
Ear from correct. Meant ime all mutt *
•art with toe hope tons the PrmMeot
baa bean given a Democratic Coo
gram. Don't target the 191S elec
den when it was several day* before:
the actual result* of the election was
mown and first repeats said Pro*Hunt.
ffliaoa was defeated.
Tk paper* Mjr bkr Dill tp«*d*
Md tin* nateg hh BtM* and
pnajlag. BrltaUr to to* tots dfo
lyyalatad la Me “gstt.
BAST bAUBXBBtnW NBWS.
h«l«> to Tto frikni.
Ian Lasrlntorg. Mo*. 4—Mias
May Sikr *h a visitor la But Laur
atoag Friday of Mat week.
Mr. and Mr*. Bright OiUoo aad Ut
la aaa, Netoo*, *f BadM ara m*king
toir boats la aar tawa tm a wWW.
Mr*. M. c. Taagaa la aM bayro*.
Mr. Balyk OadwM toa retarnad
mmm tea Fayetteville aad aN Ha
Maadyan glad t* tosr Ms haakh la
Meet *0 tto yaayW a# Bast Lavr
ahaag who bars toaa akk akk to
lawn, at the Met rayart. ara kn*
pnrtag aad condHlene aaa awh te
Mr. Will Tarry af Bad Byrlaga was
Mr. /. H. Tarry, Mr. C J. Tarry and
Hr. Baton Tarry af Hda ylaaa aad
Haw Win Tarry af Bad Byrtaga want
GIBSON NEWS NOTES.
Bpaaial to Th* Exchange.
Qftaan. Nov. 4.—Mm. Henry We
Qmn at Clio. & C„ la a
fear days with bar mother, Mr*. Jeeia
Boa. O. W. MoMaans boa lebmad
tram a pleasant visit with friend* at
Baer Croak, N. CL
Mm i. F. Lewis Is visiting rata*
throe at Greensboro.
Mr. James Man gam at Hemlst oh
day omhiJMm AM* the^an*
at Mr. Floyd Thomas, a very papolar
young man who has been ■ mleeman
in Mr. S. V. Pueb atom ham Aar
Mias Emma Lea MeMlDaa of Wood*
vine ta ipmiiiwg a few day* with bar
slater, Mrs. J. G. Fata, and baa bean
U with the “An1* bat is greatly im
proved at this time.
Mr. Poag at Charlotte was a visi
tor In toon Friday on business.
Wa are glad to report Dr. J. S. Gib
son it improving after an attack of
Hew War Orta Rood Wert
Indicating bow the war-tim* policy
at riatrirting highway construction to
projects of’military or great economic
importance has feaan enforced, the Bu
reau of Pahlle Bonds ssasuaom that
from the day la January, 1*1*. wins
the Secretary at Agriculture caltod
Ubor, transportation, and materials
aa tar aa pssatbla. to S ml mb it JO,
tbs parts sail on ~i* -- * ■* peat
read prsjorto aggregated ****,><* *4,
or lean than eua-thtrtieth of the e
meust which theoretically eeoM have
bean paid ta that parted. In the ad
ministration of the Federel-eH toad
act, 681 projects, involving com true
lion at 7,177.88 miles, at a total eeti
maUd coat of $62.873,888.74, at which
Federal aid comprised $ 18,843,31 &.02,
were approved by the Secretary at
Agrricaltare Is the period from Jaiy
11, 1*1*. whan the act became effee
trie, to October 1, ISIS. The total
amount of Federal aid available to
October 1, attar deducting * pat aamt
tar admtnistratbrs patpuaoo. eras $29,
Liberty Flecks for California.
Four thousand sheep have already
been placed on California forms in
n campaign recently initiated by the
farm bureau counties of the State.
The farm bureau* will trke large
bands of sheep from the grass ranges
und place theta in small "'Liberty
flocks" on - individual farms- The
grass ranges have been so depleted,
nerlng to two successive dry seasons,
that many at the sheep would die, due
to pasture shortage, if some other
provision were not made tor than
“Liberty flocks" is the proper desig
nation for these bands which wfll pro
ride food and clothing for oar Amy.
WILLIAM PRIEST NOT KILLED IN
Mn. One Pneet, of Lanrlnbur*. X.
F. D. 1, has ncrirni a letter from
her eon William, who is in France,
mi who was oiranoooaiy reported
killed oereral weeks ago. He on
la the latter, whiek war dated Sept
"Hither, 1 have beaa ea the treat
Car a leap time end deal knew whea
I win pet to pe to the mar far • teat
[ deal think it will be leap before I
can pet to pa to tea Lather."
Ml Tear Uhartp Ms. |
We have on hand at our Stables
Another shipment of extra fine
Horses and Mules. All good
broke and sound. In this lot
we have a few Extra Fast
H. R. WEILL, In Charge
Laui inburg, North Carolina
' 4 •
Mr. Alexander Norton, a wcU
linorm and highly esteemed young
nun of the county, dlod Thursday, Oc
tober 31, at inftuenw and pneumonia'
The remains were laid tn rest Friday
ut' the McNeill cemetery. Rev. Geo.
T. Simmons officiating. Mr. Norton
eras about 30 years of age and a young
man of aplswlid worth in his com
munity. The bereaved family have
the sympathy of many friends in their
Nervous trouble*, with backache,
Easy spall*, qaeer pains and irregular
ddneym, give reason to suspect kidney
ivsaltasae and to try- the remedy that
"toil: HonhgNNi. Mate St.,
iamrteborg, says: "I saRired froan
Sidney trouSbla/ My hack ached moat
TdahuHi fit^aa^a weight
r^sr ar ssayedTn aagr way a sharp
wings weald gSthisngh at I was
V mil^nd ^khS^TlSed llJ
■egtdarly. Dean's Udngy PUb wee*
take 2 awkm feel WUer In ev
iry wny. I need Doan's gntfl 1 urea
^Oe, at an dealers. Poster-M libera
3a, Wgn., Buff ale. It. T.—A4v.
1'RWTRgR SALE OP LAND.
Two Acres ef Land hi Tnera ef Lear
Laurinburg, North Carolina
FORDS FOR SALE
8 Fin Pwngar Ford*. I Roods*?.
I Dodfo FI** P*o*iigir, too aadWon.
1 Fin P*—«mht Muwill, *h*o*t now.
2 U**d Ctorrolot Can. .
AH tfca*o can in good rmuUar coodMoa.
*** JNO. W. MOORE
Rarfnd, North CanHaa