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VlLUMfc X vXVI NUMBKK 4fi / LAURINBURG. N. C.. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 14. 1918
“THE WAR THUS
COMES TO AN END”
HmUUUm CuMd Monday Mondag at 11 O'clock, Kaiser and
“Clowa" Prince Beat It To HoBaad Preeirisat Reads
Terms to Congress.
The World war Is ended!
Sunday at midnight the German representatives signed the
armistice and hostilities csnssd at 9 o’clock morning,
Faria time, and 11 o’clock Washington time. TOi announce
ment was made by the State department at 2:90 Monday mon
tag. Asad Germany is now proceeding to moot the terms of the
■nnietUa, which art In all probability the most drastic ever ex
acted of any congnerad people
Wukiaitm, Nov. 11—“Dm war
TV PvwMoat at tha Uatted tain
<Vt epoh* Mm a jahl aaaaiaa at
ahoatly after 1 ^JdT'hMag!
Previous to this dacUratiaa there had
Aa tha chiof spokeemaa af the Unit
ed State* and the imditii aatiosu
nttasud thte sentiment, the raatrnint
of waiting momenta vna let loo**. TV
enter* aeasmblagc on floor and in gal- j
tentea area* aa ana man. Bran the'
■ora phlegmatic of tha ttetaaon hrnka
aat la apphmaa. Bonator Pea rear, of
PannayWaaia, who had remained im
movable daring tha aarllar portloaa of
the Pretedaafs address, brought to
gether his fat hand* in appreciation.
Tha apparently unemotional Senator
Martin, of Virginia, whipped hia hands
into a tribute of applaaac. Senator
Poindexter, of Washington, tall, bald
headed, unemotional. critical —
brought hte palms together In re
■ oaadlng ctepa.
With tha exception of the statement
of the Praahtanl that tha Qenaane had
agreed unconditionally to s re reals
A laacs-Lorraine, no other Portion of
Mr. WUaoa's address received such
LMtuiu i Dead A«np4. I
Tha declaration of tha President
meant official announcement of the
fact that tha war which had coat more
than 4,000,0m Urea at last had ended.
It meant that the Lusitania and her
dead were a vanned; that tha murder
at Edith Carall had found fast retri
bution; that the rapine of Belgium
and of Prance had enacted satlsfac- >
The legislator* of the United States
assembled upon the mast momentous
eneeeinn in the history of the repnb
Be, as VO perhaps the declaration of
war, arose in acclaim to the coqu
mander-io-cfclef of *,©00,000 Anari
eane on tha western battle front
“It waa the privilege of our own
tho Inn at rapraasatatli m, rwmnl
bff Mt by Mk the unyielding nature at
thoM turn, thorn won suppressed
sounds of, incredulity, aafamd with ap
probation. Bath tram tho advocates
mad from detractors at Wilson dtplom
Btsmarfc, the bap Chancellor, laid
down to a eobaerrient Fiance tho pr
recant iamamli at tho Prussian ktng
dom, there had bean ao tarns as
rwoopfaif In tribute and seirandar.
Tbo tarma of tbs aasociatad gevala
ments meant more than the haeksney
•d phrase of "unconditional surrend
ar." They represented to the nth
decree tha gall and wormwood of de
feat to imperial)atic Germany.
The scene in the bouse of represen
tatives, where gathered also tha mem
ben of the senate, was without paral
lel in the history of thia republic. The
gallerias ware packed. Thar* was not
an inch of standing room in them. Tha
floor contained not only tbo political
adherents bat tha political opponents
ef tho President, now come to the final
scans in the greatest drama of all
Mr. Hughes Heartily Applaud*.
Jirat came the announcement of the
doorkeeper at the house: “The Vico
President of tha United States and tha
members of the United States sen
ate." Tho members ef the upper
body cams bt, lad by Vice President
Marshall, who wss followed Imme
diately by Senator Martin, of Vir
ginia, accompanied by a senate em
ploye, followed by Senator Hoke
Smith, of Georgia, and Senator Over
man, of North Carolina. Nest march
ed Senator Simmons, af North Caro
lina, and Senator Trammell, at Flor
Besides them stepped with the sol
emnity ef the moment other mam hart
of the nation's greatest dslibersthra
Ones they wars aaatad, the hocus
doorkeeper announced the antral of
the Seprame eonrt ef the United
They took seats immediately in
front of the speaker's rostrum, the
renemUe CMaf Justice White bulg
ing ertr a chair la the ewtar.
OFFICIAL COUNTY VOTE
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* ..*•“ “ U 44 4» Ml 784
Foe X«|trtor of Doodo
£ • «» M4 44 14 •# 4ft Ml 744
fw Vimj surveyor
Wator^TMattkm —.•* lift *4 M 44 44 Ml 7S1
J. Mwta-—-•• lit *4 14 •» 4> Ml Tftl
For Canty Canlaaimr
w n -**1 »*» .** 1ft *4 4S Ml 74ft
*■ ®* *<• 1M 44 14 *4 44 Ml TM
y* -1M 44 II 44 «S Ml 744
For Trial J attic* County Coart
y *.w u> •< » » « ui m
For Froaocullm A tty. Canty Court
y h/!1*..-.a4* Mft M 14 44 44 MO 747
For 8taU Sonator
R. L. Burn*.444 118 *4 16 00 4ft 180 741
WUkn F. Horton.249 118 04 14 W 2 100 744
A. E. Shaw- 840 84 04 14 40 34 MO 70S
WOODVILLE NEWS NOTES.
Special to The Exchange.
Woodvflle, Nov. 13.—Mr*. Daa
Hatty end little daaghtor, Thelma, of j
Batty were recent visitor* in Wood-!
Mr. James Nicholson of Eller)*
Springi epeat Sunday with Mr. sad
Mra. Arch MoNeOL
Mrs. R. N. Monro* left Toesday for
Charlotte to attend tha Paris sym
phony orchcitr*. While there ah*
win vleit her daughter, Mrs. D. JE.
Mlae Mary Uviagatoa win h* the
attractive teacher of tha Wood rill*
school, beginning Monday, November
Mr. and Mrs. James Gibson, Mr.
and Mrs. J. G. Pate were the gneata
af Mrs. H. C. McMDUaa Sunday.
Mlaa Panola Wright, after spending
several day* with ratetrva* her*, m
tonied to Washington,. D. C, Monday.
Mrs. J. M. McLean and Mr. Arabia
McLean visited relatives tat Fayette
ville last Wednesday.
Wa are glad to report that Mlm
tema Lae McMillan, tha attractive
daughter of Mrs. R C. McMillan, has
recovered from a meant attack af tha
•fn> and will resume bar atadtea at
Flora McDonald Teasday.
Mr. Ryfua Mirflallom, the anterprti
tag yooag clarh at Fettemon Bma.
stem, haa maignad effective with the
now year, to taka ■ apodal conm* at
WoodviU* so aa to b* fitted far a
higher oad Doblar calling. Hia many
friend* of this aacMan wish him aumh
Dear hunting to now tha favorite
apart In the Sandhill*
MB. KENNETH H. McAEN DIKB
AT KAOLB PASS. TEXAS.
Yeuag Soldier DtaSaaday M_lag,
November 16. KolWisg An At
lack of Pataaseaia.
Laannbqrg was grieved Sunday
wNrn Ike »-ed nawa waa received here
that Mr. Kenneth McArn, son of Mr.
•ad Mrs. D. H. McArn, waa dead at
Eads PaaT. Teams. News carat to the
family bare eariy last weak that
r«M Mr. McArn waa seriensly U]
with pneumonia at tha army box boa.
pttal at Eagle Pass. Messages ware
rueet»ed from tha army physicians
every day but no wood came tlat the
xouag man wns improving st»d the
aad news of Sunday did not come
wholly unexpected, but under the cir
cumstances was vary sboekiag. The
tragic circumstances surrounding tha
death of this splendid young man only
add to the grief of ai makers at the
fMrnOy aad friends here, aad tha cets
m unity la in tears tar tha hey who
volunteered tor military eervlss aad
died fat tha Berries. It waa last year
that Mr. MeAtn Teethed his majority
aad waat to Pert Derives, Oa., aad
waa latar trmaaferred to tha camp at
It Is expected the raaalaa will reach
Lauriabarg Tharaday stoning. Wed
n-dsy the funeral arraagaamu bad
Mr. aad Mrs. McArn had four scan
to the military aarviee. Hagh M. Me>
Asa ed tha aviation oervtae la to
Itom. Donald O. Is.at Part SUt,
Olihm. Dongles. tha yoaagsat, la
located at Gamp Taylor, Keatacky,
aad la mrysstid to reach laarihhurg
la time far the taasL
1. a HMCIMOBAlt mi tart*.
vr Ml LnnmNAMT ooumwl
aa«, a Laartataug bay aart a am art
waa* kaaa anaailart ta a lliakw
mt Ortaamr. flaatttiaat ON. tv
attt aiikaftai ttlaf at aaat at tta
CHATAL'QUA 8ECIUD FOB
laubinbubo in spying.
J. w. Maatk. Mn. Jim C. Uhr,
Mn. Jm. D. Anr, Hfarton Jama,
Mn A. M. Falrtay, Mrs. M. J. Ma
Wn, Mn J. A. Joaaa, Mm DnM
•Ma*. U. W.. Malloy. D. K. McBaa,
OaH B. Cnin. J. L. Gibaoa, MnJ.L
«Mw». Thamaa J. GUI. B. C. Evaratt,
Mr. and Mn. Loonte p-ml Max
ey U John. Mr. aad Mn Walter Me j
Bacbin. Mn Calvte McKteaon, Mn.
Baaala B Wilkinaoa. Pater McLaaa,
Wada 8. Daabar, J. T Piaida, A. H.
Janas W. L. PtaMs W. D. McLaurai.
Bdwta Marcaa. Mr. aad Mn W. G.
Bate. Mn. D. S A Hamas Mn Al
»•» MaLaas Mr. and Mm B. J.
Jonas Chariaa W. Kagan. Mn C W.1
Bacax. Mn P. C. McCormick. D. A.!
MrDoocald. W. B. Mlddtetan. Mr. aad
Mn H. W. MeLaorin, Mr, aad Mn
B. I. Nichalaaa. E. H. Davis W. MeN.
Lytch. E. W. Bryaat, J. T. Boattek.
G. H. Baaaall. C. Y. Joaaa. A. P. Fat
tened, F. D. Gibaoa.
W. X. CLAYTON WOUNDED AND 1
WritM Bnm That a “Big One” M
Oaad mad large one Hava
n*ed Searraalia Oat of
“Sana Hoapttal M C
VYanea. October IQ, ISIS
'Mr. J. T. Myorm.
Laurinbarg, N. C.
“DaerTbn:—Tbie ta bun writing
lata V» tying flat ea my bark in bed
and the ana that par bn the hand
that paafces thin ’•tab’ U ob the ban
Yen’ll excare It. I failed to go
Veer the top’ nt-, ea S,
as a ’big one* landed about Ms feat
Mala street fna the lUabeard
creasing at the aorth to the Coahd.
®*»»7 hew a niitiw mam of ho
maaity. riding, walking. «.
kaypy way ap and down natll the
eeiebranta wore thaateic. out far
(be night and fad, a few at a time,
am ad the tanka, while the m-ire ar
dent end jroethf at carried oofiaed
ebration fade the wee small boor*.
AatimokOm hying Sage and hearing
thetar burden, ef happy, fayeu hu
mreat, while the