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k '. T. J. Will left Monday mom in*
U r.p tad a few <!:*>* !n Charlotte.
Mi-">a Kotolle Cox left Monday for
Wilmington to visit horns folk* for a
Mr. L. A. Monro* went to Uarsh
•vi’ie .-tad Monroe Tuesday on a "cow*
Mr. W. H. LI lee of Laurtnburg,
mute 1, was a bueinetu* visitor here
Mr. 4. C. Hodges of Lsurlnburg
route 3, era* a visiter l:i the city Mon
a Mr. 4. A. Caldwell, of th* “Y*
Hreice and located at Camp Greene,
^^Lusrlotte, spent the week-end in the
Hey with hit family.
HMt. and Mrs 1>. H. Lew la left
Huesday monvinp for u visit of eav
P^ra) day* with friends in Randolpli
Mr. W. P. Henley ef Johns, who ha*
hewn arorking at Petersburg, Va., cam*
home last week to spend a few day*.
Mr. Hanley has just recover**I from
an attack of lnfluenaa.
Attorney W. H. Woatherspoon sront
to Raleigh Tuesday aight in th* inter
tf. at hia clients who have soma cases
an appeal to hr heard this week by
th* Supreme court.
Rrr. Dr. Dugald McIntyre, pastor,
st*tea that the uaual Sunday morning
service will be held at Learel Hill
Prrebytarian church this Sunday
Bar. and Mrs. J. A. Bam and
daughter, Mra. Smith. at Roxboro, re
turned to thair homes Monday after
a abort visit bare with Mr. and Mrs.
D. A. McDougaM.
Ex-Judge W. H. Neal aud Mr. T. I.
Dunn want to Raleigh Wednesday
morning to appear before the Su
preme Court in eoaaa ease* that are
ap from the Thirteenth judicial dis
trict set appeal.
It la announced that the turn of
' vh. ee who contribute to the United
War Work fund will be published in
Th* Exchange. The big drive begins
, Monday of nnxt weak and continue*
through Monday, November 18.
Kv. Jno. M. Gibson, a well knoem
young mar of Gifcaon who has Wan
Imatsd at Annapolis, Mil., was a vis
itor in Lsurinburg Monday. Mr. Gib
son gos* this week to Chop*! Hill tn
enter ths S. A. T. C. there.
Mr. J A. Overstreet at th* south
ern part uf the county wns In th* city
Tuesday and stated that hi* ton, Mr.
W. M. Overstreet, who has been very
ill with Influenza and pneumonia, ia
Improving rapidly now.
The privilege of converting Liberty
bonds bearing leas than four and a
quarter per cunt tnto bonds bearing
four and a quarter, expiree next Sat
urday. Persons bolding bonds that
may bo converted are urged to attend
to the matter at their banks.
The name of James W. Pittman,
XermapoHs, N. C.. appeared in tbs
casualty Hat Tueaday, as having bean
kilted tat action in Prance. Mr. Pitt
man, It ia stated, formerly lived at
East Lsurinburg and eras well known
The Food Administration boo
' ncunood that tho corot ration hoo
boon tnercuod to t pound* per par
son per month. Mr. Don Show of tho
Am at McLaarin * Show iteUo that
tho amfp troabte with tbU raUn* U
ItoOtar tho npu. Tho morchont hi
permitted to mO tho t pound* par
month for each poraim, hot it b *WJ
h*rd to Rot ouRor nod ft the merchant
rant R*t a oadhdant aupply ho ran
senrooly bo aspoetod to fandoh bio
easterner! with the full allowance.
Mr. and Mra. D. H. MeAra received
a Blimp early thia woolc odvldnR
thorn that their ton. Mr. Konnoth Mc
Arn. at tho U. 8. Amy and who id
located at Xa«to Paso, Tan., waa vary
HI with puma onto Another n»
eaRo same later odvWnR that hi*
condition was otfl] ration*. Mr. Doa
etd O. MeAra, who we* bore on a viMt
a (beat Mm* oro, h now heated at
Fort SIB, Ohio., and wa* immodlataly
ndviaod by wire by Wa parent* ,«f the
told* ted*. Tb* many friend* of tMo
will Join th* featjiy
hap* that bo amp *ooa roaeeor
Mr. M. It. Brown of Oolumba* eoaa
ty and a firmer citlran of Lamta
woo a visitor in th* «Ky Satar
pj up t/> mok.
ky i on a farm whbdl
< V p uo Min id from Mr. ina. F. Mo
Weir a fow pin oro and pMeh ha
now Brea aa la Col—bra. Htfh prie
ra *ad Road trope ham braaRht Mra
m oak prraprally that ho paid oat
•hood of radwdalo Mrao aad ooram to
te fan piramli. and owaonUp of
a Baa farm. H* rays this poor ha
M* taboo** crap
I* Sl«n taboo** a taUL Mr.
^ _ myo ha was at fret ehepMeol
*JJm» >M rada«r far iho-MMfl
Kudo Glenn McLauvlu return
I to her rto-Ucs at Pt-tHW Inrtitotc,
Twrleivll. Tue. lu y afar a visit of a
lew dry* horo at the hem* of .Sheriff
W. D. McLaurin.
Miss Eugenia Pairisy returned to
Peace Institute, Raleigh, Tuesday,
nflar * stay of several days hers with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Pair
Ivy. during tha influeesa epidemic.
Chief ef police D. W. gedberry la
maklsg a special effect to cal one the
town ordinance which forbids spitting
nn tha sidewalks on Main struct. The
Ana far this offense is 91 sod Chief
3-dberry has collected severs! doDan
recently from persona who violate the
law. The money was tamed ever tc
the local Red Cross chapter fur aee
in Its work among the Influenza suf
fersrs. These who at* caught In the
'.r“ •• I violating this ordiaaaca are
'J d to be glad to pay the smajl fins
. •><■4 duller and thereby excuse thesn
! solves from (he duty of attending
court end gutting a formal hearing,
NOTICE TO UBKRTV BOND HOLD
“ Immediate -Secretary McAdoo
maria the following announcement:
The privilege of converting four per
cent bonds of tbo First Liberty Loan
Converted and four per cent bonds of
tbs Second Liberty Loon Into four
end a quarter per coat bonds expires
on November Ninth Nineteen Eight
een end cannot under existing law be
extended. The Treasury has done all
In its power to call the attention of
the bond bolder* to the existence of
this valuable privilege aad the date
of its cxplrstioe. It is soft to as
sume that upon the expiration of the
conversion privilege the fact wiU re
flect itself unfavorably in the market
price of unconverted four per cent
bonds which have heretofore been
maintained substantially on a parity
| with the converted four and s quarter
j per cent bonds by the existence of the
, privilege of conversion. Tbs Trrea
, ury new nabs the newspapers of the
] United States, bankers, broker* sad
j others to da wbet they can to bring
! thane facts before the attention of
- tbs bond .holders.' Please make a
: special effort at ooce to bring this
| announcement to the attention of hoed
LAUREL HILL NEWS.
Special to Tbs Exchange.
Laurel Hill, Nov h—Misses Martha
| Hargrave, h>a Gibson and Elisabeth
Flythe have returned to Flora Mc
Donald College after being at home o
week or two on account of the "flu"
Mrs. J. W. Wilcox and daughter,
. Mist Jessamine, Misses Ellen Watson
and Emma Vaotal spent a few days
in Carthage last week.
Little Mies I-ena and Master Frank
lin Gibson are spending part of this
week with their sunt, Mrs. Rachel
Gibson, of near Gibson.
Mis* Sadie Sailers is visiting her
sister here, Mrs. Luther Stublie
The many friends of Mr. 2. V. Pure
are glad U know ha is recovering
from a recent attack of influents.
TOWNSHIP COMMITTEES FOB
UNITED WAB WORK CAM
Mr. W. H. Waathenpoos, county
ohalrmsn, ha* appointed tha foilawing
Pomoas ta act aa Uadsrs af tha work
bi tha Unit'd War Work campaign
next wnak in their diatrieU :
Sprtng HOI—I. F. Marray.
WiWacaaoa township, north of t.
A. u Baitway—Q. c. Matthews and
Mrs. Z. V. Pate.
WQUbmson township, sooth of S.
A. L. railway—Bow. W. H. Brown and
Mrs. T. J. Adams.
Me appointment hoi boon made pat
fee StewartarlUa township.
LAUBINHUBC SCHOOLS OPEN
Mrs. T. O. Hoilier, ■operintendent
of the Lanrinharg orbonla, statoo that
lha schooio wld ra-epaa Maadsy morn
big, November 11th. It is laqoaotod
that an pupils be praaoat promptly
Monday morning. It to tha ragoaot
ed tha school aatharttlsa that where
there to any akknaae tnm toffaaaaa
hi fsmflia* with ohBdiaa of school
ago^thwo chfldrsn bo kaagiB mg beam
bars roemreored from ths dbaaao and
there to no farther danger of spread
lag H. Parents arc expected to pay
atriot attention to thto regnant and if
there to aiikniai in tha family keep
tha ehHdrea away from school aaUI
all hare rsaororod.
t. M. DEATON.
Mr. P. M. Deaton, an aged end
waB haosm monof the osewty^ died
pa ram tali, and wan bnried Taeeday
at Hto Btawart family ba;lg aneal
Bar. E H. Daria oeadaeted dm fan
aral amtoa. Mr. Daataa was nearly
M yearn of nge owd was e ms. of
|A'N ;JD VVAK VVOllK CAali'A.UN
The campaign begin* on Monday
morning, November 11. and enda at
midnight on Monday, November IB.
An approved by represent*three of
the Govemaient at Waahlngten the
*170400400 will be divided aa fol
Y. M. C. A_9100400400
Y. W. C. A. 19400400
de War Council
of Columbus) .. 9040*400
War Camp Com
ice . 16400,000
Jewish . Welfare
Board .. 8400,000
tion . 3400400
Salvation Army 8400.000
Any aurplu* will be divided pro
THAN A CURE FOR
Notice to the Public:
An oanre of prevention it
worth B pound of car* 8ave
youreelf end your fondly from
the ravage* of th la dread plague
Oat plenty of freab ah' and
Keep the boweie moving net*
•ebw eel id Intel, h*l u% *Hfc
Utara't fent! f rewMatiw
M Met lew wee
ML* IT MOt (MNOTt ETERTY1EIE
WANTED—Too to **e ray lino of
tamplci of drew good* in wool,
illkn end cotton. Sweater* for men
and women. Service flag*, cur
tain*, dniptrim, table linen, hath
rebes. towel* and many other
things. 1 shall b* glad to show toil
Mis* Uuit Dowdy, city. M-tf
FOR 8ALE—Fslehum oats, Abrn**i
rjf*^ R. A WiUrinwra, Laurinborj^
FOR SALE—Two Ford tonring ear*.
1 Bnlek totmng car. All in good
corutttinn. J. Epatein. Laurinborg.
WANTED OTAR GRASS ROOTS.
W* want ton* of Bur Grsa* root*
dry at We par lb Ship by tqiw
or mall, dwelt will ho malted *****
day nod* arrtv*. R. T Graar *
Oo., Marion. V*. 40-*»
NOnC*-We hare emptor** an ng
John Pad*, at Bmtd'i Orera
AUCTION *AL*_Xrtda7, No»«b«
8, at XX a. m. at Mtta ptaea wa^aU
oktT a lead lat «£ eora aadMdar,
1 X-hoeae wagon, ana ijwceo *«g
&1 Mae harrow. 1 etaBc cottar, X
i plow*, I Oliver iriawa, X oat
tan plantar*, heae, and gear, e*e.
Wooldiall ec rant place at Mata
ttea. McNeill and Steele. **-a*
F<Mcl^LLTuriS|, N!C^ 44-JS
elated and Cleared far a few
SS&JZFc*~ * "V5
3TO* XAIX-Owo need reef togrbg
SbL ^ ”** \ It
lb ib.iy. u»i»»
Lighten* the tardea of the heaee
wtfe. No more hoaeehoM 4radg
We are headquarters for Dodge
and Hudson parts. We are especial
ly equipped to take care of the service
on these cars.
W e work on all makes of cars, and all
Electrical and battery work given espec
We carry a full line of accessories for all
cars. If we do not have what you need we
will get it for you.
Try our bumpers. They protect your
car where the insurance does not
We help keep the Fords going by. Try us.
Bring us your battery work, and electri
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LAUBINBUBG, N. C.
JAS. L» SUTHERLAND. Mgr. Gftnft. Thonf 151
Buyers of F th lib
If on Gorcnment Installment plan— Pay 10 pm cant NOW.
M per cent Nombcr 21st. 20 per cent December 19th.
20 per cent January 16th. M per cent January 66th.
If all cash, payment is due NOW.
Registered Bonds must be paid for by Oct. 24th.
Don’t forget YOUR pledge to buy WAR SAVINGS
THE STATE BANK
Authorized Agent of the United States Government
Laurinburg, North Carolina
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