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Kr W. T. Covinfiun of Rseford
wm • week-end visitor It the eity.
Neper*. A. H. Jean end J. McN
Pots vrsrv goats Tottdty arming at
• dinner in Charlotte *t»an by the
Automobile Dealare’ Aiomiatfea ad
la. Cbaa R. Bailey, patter, an
the mmmaiillr fa tovttsd to tttaod.
aaee addraot fa, Base EeepUel 1M,
Amrim Bxpadltionary Taira*.
It fa aaMoneed that Bov. C. B.
Austia, poster of the PI rat Baptist
etiaiak of MooimtOI*, will pros eh
this Safer monitor ad irmtog at
tbo Isptfat eh arch to tMa dty. TVs
public to tovitod to hoar him.
B fa tantaitnpd that thorn will ho
a call mistiac of the Woman's Mto
ciunary Raoioty ad the Y. W. A. at
tho Baptist church PrMay afternoon,
November ». at 8 JO. AD mtmhon
of thaae argaaisattoM am aakad to ha
Mm Mary F. Boetick, daughter of
Mr. P. T. Boetick. Lanriabarg, route
1, retained to Wiagato Monday to
resumo her work es teacher la the
Wingate High School, which tastita
t'ton has boon cloeed for a few weeka
on account of the “flu* epidemic.
Mr. M. L. John, eommlaekmer. ie
ndeertteiag for eale at auction the
Bendy property, which will be arid en
Monday, December 2, at 10:90. Thia
property includes tbs ground now en>
dosed aa a bell perk on Railroad
street aad other vacant lots near, with
nee lot fronting on Main etreet at
Fverlngton’s drag atom.
The animal meeting of the Woman’#
Missionary Union will be held In the
Tint Baptist church Tuesday after
noon, November 2«, at 9 o’clock. Mrs.
C T. Willingham, a returned mieaion
ery from Japan, will make an addrvaa
A cordial invitation is extended to the
lediet ef the eeverml mleelonery #o
detlee to be preeent at thia meeting.
L*wia Caiton, son of Mr. H. I.. Cai
ton. of East Laurioburg, ie eeriooaly
it! with pneumonia at Camp Kearney,
California. Wednesday morning Mr.
Caiton had a mettage from the phy
«irrsne there mying that hit eon’t
condition wae alightly improved but
nf.t etill ecriout. Young Mr. Calaon
vrinntuered in tbe regular army over
f>.ar vetr> ago and for a time was
rationed in the Hawiian Itlande.
Mr. T. C. Everett, chairman of the
local exemption board, state* that the
lK-yemr-old registrants should bear In
mind that they an required to file
their questionairaa, promptly with Mm
local hoard. It appears that there la
mm arias pprebeasion aa to this rule
and the queetionairm of the 19-year
olds are not e-wntng in as promptly
at they should. Failure to We the
queethmalrea property Sited eut wffl
malt in serious consequence# for the
registrant af this age. The local
board has roealvad ordera to dtaeam
tinae the physical examination off
-registrants of Ctoca 1.
Mr. F. H. Livingston of the Snead’.
Grove eeetten U one of Inttirfi
-pigi which netted on overage of SM
Tbo. each These pigs, It h stat'd,
were exactly twelve men the oU frk
day *f lact week. One of them waa
aald in Lasriabwrg Monday evening
for M Mat* a pound, or ISO. Experi
enced market men here My they be
hove theoo are the ftneat pin & their
are ever eeea bora. Mr. Llringolim
believes la "bag and hominy” aad bis
■works boar ont Ms faith
Messrs. Jasper T. and Ralph E.
CHbasn returned Monday svsidag from
a trip of eaeerel day* ta Detroit.
Michigan. The rsCma trip wm aado
across man try la Dodge ears and good
-reads an the way with tbo exception
of a mnaU stretch la northern Vir
ginia la thslr report. Mr. J. T. Glboon
etataa that b* noticed particularly a
large sign lust in front of so# of the
■which rand: "The Sooth is running
the war; the North Is paging far R.
Vote the BepaMtoaa ticket." This is
-the Mad of "dope" tbo republican,
"handed ont in the North and Went ta
gala ^ —a. A ntnddldfll
WIS T*lM M »1* rscwv VNCUWh
Ta all who faal aa Interest In aad
lyaftdqr for crphsn children: Yoa
WORK Hits ARB KKKDKD AT RBD
The sweater aad eock wool hoe ar
rived end ie at the Red Croea head
quartan. Those who have read the
“Weti' have aeea hew urgently they
are calling for the knitted artkiae.
Tha boys are jaat aa aold as they
wan last win Ur, aad they an hi tha
aareiea af our oa—try now as Mach
as than. Lath not forget them.
Than la great aaad af weeks— te k*
•adti aad awoitsn '.aad >elp with
•Mmr wort, that am* Vs finished so—.
AO who will help ace —gently re
gaaatad to yeeemt thsmaolree at tha
Bed Osasw—krsem*. tfy—den*
wish u weeh at tha reams, you any
taka tb* week U ye— hens* and da it
there. Year holy la seeded saw.
The Southern divisional beadquar
r*re at Attest* has Sant ost the faf.
; lowing iaatraetiaas regarding tha
malUag of Ohrietmn yaekagee to the
bay* ia tha aacetoa:
L Tha asaiMag date has been ex
tended threegh November M.
I. The War Department has au
therised tha American Rad Ones U
have printed auAcient additional la
bels. —aotly shatter to those received
from abroad, to ha furatahsd so re
quest by Chapters U individuals who
have not received la beta frees abroad,
«r whose labels have bean lost or do
*■ Applicant far label la required
ta malt* affidavit alaallar to that re
quired for pareela addressed to war
retief orgaaisation workers, and file
it with Chapter official leaning Ubel.
4. This arrangement li effective
November tl and not before.
The rule of Cm bra to a man «tU1
holds good, and Chapter official* are
reqoeited to see that the spirit as
well as the totter of the request of
the War Deportment to obrvd.
A supply of labia which ere deem
sufficient to asset your needs will be
seat to you within the next few days,
together with printed forme of the
affidavit. If you need additional lab
ala they will he supplied oa request.
We urge your dose cooperation and
ask that you toko every precaution
to see that two labsls are not issued
for one soldier. Bo sure that affi
davits are on die in your Chapter of
fices for every label Issued
WOODVILLE NEWS NOTES.
Special to The Exchange.
Woodville, Nov. 1#.—Mias (jruce
Monroe has been spending the past
weok with her mother. Mrs. B. N.
Monroe. She ntumei to Queen's
Mr Jack Gibson was a recent In
teracting visitor in Woodville.
Mr. Bufus MeCallura and Mr. Ray
mond Monro* made a business trip to
Baeaten last Wednaoday.
Misses Belle McNeill and Mari*
Monroe, two of this community's meet
attractive young ladies, were very
successful tat their recant canvass for
funds in Urn United War Work cam
paign. All the. old Sandhill "tight
wads" opened up their hearts.
Mr. Jam** A. Patterson of Kae
ford wash visitor here Sunday.
The old "B. P. D." milk root* ha*
been discontinued owt Ok way for
leas to say <t la mdly 'missed, but w*
Mara that ora lam to the city's gain.
EAST LAUBIKBUEG NEWS.
Special to The Exchange.
Baet Lanristeug, Hov. 1*.—Mr. Je*
Thenapsen mad family ef MeCoU, &
CL. ware vidtonat the heme ef Mr*.
Kate Frye Soaday.
Mr. McKinley Brneley af Camp
Jaefcieb, 8. C., spent famdey with
Mr. Archie Madden ef Gibeoa .peat
Saturday aad Benday here with rela
Mr. H. L. Calami ef East Leurin
berg received a kfapm Saturday
menfag teOfag Urn that hto eoo, Mr.
Lewie Caleon, was aarfcmaly IU with
pai—nta at Camp Kearney, Cali
fornia. Learie Ceiaen wps one of the
Am young men ef Beet Lauriabwg
ontS a little mere thaa 4 year* age
when he gam op We werfc here end
volant**ted aad Joined the rtgeiar
army. Hie many frlmdr anxiously
hope he will aeea recover.
Mil. Jeha Beddlah ef Hamlet epeet
8etarday ham with Meads.
The greatest Immediate duty before
the American people ie to (apply feed
to m/OOtJN or mere starring pern
pie la Barege. Every todhidenl to
America bee e part ef this reepoed
bllity aad opportunity.
notice or AmuNornunoit.
GIBSON NEWS ITEMS.
Special to The Exchange.
Gibson, Nov. li—Mr. and; Mrs. S
B. Baxley spent Sunday with rate
lives at Wagram.
Mrs. J. G. Adams and mo, Joe, oi
DiUoo, A C„ spent the week-end wHk
Mr. Kalyh. Livingston af Bad
Springe apart Saturday at tha hvuu
af Mr. J. A. Livingston.
Mlaa East* Clark* aad Mias Elk
Cola af Imuriakm* mm vMtaea k
thia Mtp Friday aft eras da.
Mr. Charlie Qiboon af JUCaU, A C.
viattod harir I mttay.
Mlaa Lala Mndd spent the wash and
at CM*. S. C.
Mlaa Qortrod* BtaaSaM ratamad
Sunday night from a plnaaat viril
wtth hone* folk* at Mahaaa.
Mra Eienr BdrtMt lad ehiMm
af Kowinad are visiting at tha beau
af Mr. A. F. Gtbaaa.
Era. J. A. MaMaffl aad daaghtor
Mlaa Janie, af Laurel Hill were hi sai
Mias Lola Taylor af Rockingham
who baa boon visiting Mia* WAUe
Maria If aaaham, returned to bar heme
Wasted feed on thia aid* mania
starving, suffering and daath aa the
THAN A CUBE FOB
Notice to the Public:
An oonee of prevention it
worth a pound of cure. Save
youraetf and your family from
the ravage* of thie dread plague
Get plenty of freeb air and
Keep the bowel* moving nat
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SKI IT NOS NtNUIl EIHTVSNf
FOR THE CAROLINA#—JNO.
M. SCOTT A CO, CBABLOTTK,
FOR SALE—One 1917 live-passenger
Ford. First class condition, will
sell at bargain. And 1 1914 fiva
pasasnear Ford, SRMjOO. N. A. Me
FOR SALE—A good wflk cow. D.
FOR RENT—Two faratahad room*.
For fafMMMtlM, oddrsae Bn SM.
city, v w lt-pd
WANTED—A goad t bun (up to
rant *c Inn tor rssssaslili not.
AgPhr Bn 179, Cfty; 4 S3
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Jjkm QtC, JeUm, N. C. ^ 44-47
JUST raoatrad a WhUMUm at Dm
Clapp Am far man. W. P. Srana.
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: \ We are headquarters for Dodge
•nd Hudson parts. We are especial
ly equipped to take care of the service
on these ears.
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We work on all makes of cars, and all
Electrical and battery work given espec
We carry a foil 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
LAURINBURG, N. C. .
JA8. L. SUTHERLAND. Mgr. Gtnge. ’Phoo«
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