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The Badin bulletin. online resource (None) 1918-1920, May 01, 1919, Image 3

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BADIN BULLETIN Vol. I may, 1919 No. 8 (A PROCLAMATION I,*."™” •entiment is higher than thought. There is sent virtue in merely keeping within the “The fear o’ hell’s a hangman’s whip, To haud the wretch in order; But where you feel your honor grip, Let that aye be your border.” sacred hJ. ^ ^onds, honor grips hard. To achieve the victory, we pledged our lives, our property and our I falter inredeemed. The blood cost of victory was paid with solemn pride. To fail or ' •'onor dri . the money cost would immediately brand us with infamy, and utimately mark us for destruction. Our sacred “keen thl / ° 0“’’ soldiers offered their lives. They “fought a good fight.” We must P the faith, or wither in fires of self-contempt. ’’as beon Government asserted that a solemn obligation was but a scrap of paper; and that government if to the scrap-heap of civilization. “God is not mocked;” and this nation will surely become as Nineveh and ‘*>an fP u No nation can survive that advertises to the world that it holds money dearer j ""°od, that while it was willing to sacrifice the only son it cannot spare the firstlings of the flocks. ministers of the Gospel, and all men and women of every class and condition who have faith in the final the great Victory Campaign, to the end that our national honor may be redeemed destiny secured. in°th *** Raleigh, this, the third day of April, in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and nineteen the one hundred and forty-third year of our American Independence. ’ the Governor: Santford Martin T. W. BICKETT Private Secreta>i/ Governor OUR HONOR ROLL 'ft thg being rapidly discharged from the military service of our country, and are returning to take their places ''^6 important fields of the trades, industries, and professions. So we present herewith a new Honor Roll, which readers will help us to make and keep correct and complete. It is the roll of former soldiers who are now Ifl^°th by the Tallassee Power Company and by other businesses. ®ep the first place, however, for our honored dead. GOLD STARS ON OUR SERVICE FLAG EDWARD L. SLEDGE WILLIAM SHANKLE ROBERT FLEMING THOMAS LLEWELLYN a'*"'-. C . u, • ®- p. "■ c. r. EMPLOYED BY THE TALLASSEE POWER COMPANY: B. ‘iry *“**ARmacY: D»vli. W. H. Dermid, J. K. Dick, J. C. DuBoie, McN. Efird, Clyde Praiicr, Walter FrUr. R. T. Gibion, Chai. Giertch, R. F. Gill, J, H. Karl Perree Greene, J. P, Hardon, Norman Haughton, Thoi. H. Helmi, W. T, Henderaon, Jaa. R. Hollifield, Dan Humbarrier, Irvin Hyatt, F. H. Ivey, Haiel Johnion, Archie Jones, Coit Jonei, Robt. Kendall. J. S. King. C. R. Leonard, Joe Lilly, W. T. Lowder, E. H. McCall. B. P. McDonald. J. R. MacCehee, Virgil Mallory, Guy Milton, C. Y. BADIN SUPPLY COMPANY: Marvin Snugga PAUL REINER: Robt. Elwanger Mitchell Mooae, B. N. Morgan, Val. Morris, Lacy NcUon, Roy Newkirk, Nelson Ritchie, W. S. Robinson. Z. B. Ross, T. R. Scarboro, John Small Smythe, I. F. Sullivan, W. H, Taylor, Joe Thompson, H. B. Thompson. Robt. Vann, James Weatherspoon, C. B. Williams, P. L. Wimberly, Claude SANITARY PRESSING CLUB: Jno. Herring THE HIX COMPANY; Harlo Hix

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