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The battle of liberty has raged with The Vegetable Garden
= == fluctuating fortunes from Lexington to ,
. -r^T-i».T t3TTT T ‘C'T'TTVI Flanders Field, until the race out of July Planting
BADINBULLE excess of its suffering cries aloud gg^. cabbage, Scotch kale, collar ».
Devoted to the interest. o« the employeet of pg^ge. But this is a war that knows celery, and tomato plants,
the Tallawee Power Company, and the pleature spirit of despotism pj^nt snap beans and corn "^ekly
and profit of all people of Badin. beaten down in one quarter only to succession. Corn can be planted^
wr ^ Mnnthiv by the flare forth in another. It is the cease- coasting ears up to the twentieth
Employee, of Talla..ee Power Company of selfish might to aggran- gow ruta-bap turnip, coUar ’
« 1 dise itself at the expense of unarmed j^ohl-rabi, beet, Swiss chard, Bruss
F,,„ CJU pickling cucu^ter. th. »H>
s.....jr-rm c. . _ . . dictatorship of kalset and ciar , j„iy. The latut part ot 1
CONTRIBUTING STAFF dictator- the following can be so«
Been, H. ^^’"‘"“carborKlnt ship of the proletariat. No sooner is gpjnach, endive, dwarf kale^
r ■'..Laboratories ^he divine right of kings shattered by chicory, turnip, lettuce, and Spanisn
T ■ 1 Construction democracy than the spirit radish. Tomatoes planted in J
Hunnicutt,' F. R of apprehension inflames the class con- « j^te crop, and come m han
Moore, Aiken sciousness of imbruted ignorance to fresh ^pickling.
Oliver. T. - Rooms tyrannies, committed in the name of an Sweet chard beet. The term c
R^i^’y iH-begotten misconception of the sacred to the edible mid-rib of
Sheppard, Thos. ■’''1 n°'^ffhtine principle of equality. leaf of certain plants, hence Swiss
Taylor, J. G “TownsUe DrLghting The master principle of the Declara- ^ j,ggt with the heavily nbl^d
Rice, A. J-"- Special Contributor tion of Independence, the equality of developed instead of the roots. ,
Mn'c^ffman.....:—”..) . ^ human right and opportunity, holds the ^5^,^ leaves are eaten. It is
Mr.. Parks -• Womens Page civiliza- greens, or, where the r
Mr.. Thorp* j- ■) the highest hopes of mankind; ^niy is used, in the same
B .!n«. Manager Subscriptions, and Distribution bolshevised conception of it aS an asparagUS.
H. R. Wake enforced equality of capacity and achieve- j^. that ver>- few i^pie
p A. Cummings ment would drive the race backward to about spinach. It is high >
Managing Editor......... morals and the manners of the cave French, who call it the ‘ sea'
Vol 1 JULY, 1919 No. 10 stomach,” as it
The Jeffersonian conception of the ^^j^eral salts than any other greei
1 fViP Reoublic political equality of mankind is no other should be in every ?
Natal Day o . • a than the Christian conception of the ounce to one hundred
It well behooves the patriotic Amer- equality of the sons of God.
ican, on this anniversary of the Nation s democracy of his kingdom is Don’t wait until the suckers
birth, to refresh himself in the principles g^plained, but in no sense qualified, by tomato plants get five or six inc
upon which it is founded. Our surest parable of the talents; and the bol- before removing them. th^^
title to the perpetuation of the liberties gj^gvic doctrine of equal talents for all plants every few days, and
that we enjoy, and our best hope of offensive to divine teaching ^^t with the thumb and *”3
their more perfect realization, abide to- j^^g mature. when done at this time, it is
gether in the enlightened patriotism and the calcium lights accomplished, and only ®
informed political conscience of the indi- spreadeagle acclaim of this food has been
dividual citizen. It is good to make a republic depends upon g^ckers. Of course, where the ,1
joyful noise before the public altars, the intelligence of our comprehension of, pruned and staked. *
it is better to know in our hearts the courage of our devotion to. the to allow these to develop.^
truth that makes us free. principles of enlightened justice and sane ^^grage home gardener will i'"
In the immortal Declaration is a gos- pj.jj^ress that underlie the political fabric ^.jgable to do his pruning. '
pel of political right that suffices the y,g^ygj,thed to us by the wisdom of the j-^gp right after the
ultimate need of all generations of men, fathers. the way of cultivation and ®
and all the beatitudes of that jfospel —FRANK Carter Certainly every one of the '
inhere in the one inspired thought of ^ cultivated ’'.uiti'*^.
human eiuality—inspired, we repeat, oe- editor and owner of "The Albemarle rain does not ia**»
cau.se first brought to the surface of New.,” ^he Judge the^^new.- ^ “""*/nitf
consciousness in the religious teaching.s p„,„, ^ggp ^ji^inR a .small dose of
of Jesus Christ. By so much as the good soda occasionally, especially *
news of the democracy of God’s kingdom their [
on earth burst the bonds of ecclesiasti- ‘ ^ mysterious trip made by .such as cabbage, cauliflower.» „t.
cism that had fettered the souls of men ^jcNeely DuBo.se, to -two teaopoonsful around
so it was that the political concept of Joe Tay Kp worked in with a hoe- j
the aquality .f ri.ht, rir« effe.tivaly Hi.h P.iat, o„ th. .leventh ult.mo. ‘"'T"'
proclaimed in the American Declaration „uch P K j
of Independence, at la.st has broken the Mr. C. ». Avani. ( ^ crop t
idols of autocracy in every Christian has a garden in front of the house. juD