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MENACE TO CAUCASIAN RACE
Practice of Polygamy In the Orient
Constitute? Peril Which Mufrt
*y^,^ Not Be Underestimated.
The storm center of s) "...! relornj1
In Asia for the next quuri? r v?' ;; cen?.
tury Is likely to be over tin* relational
of the sexes, writes Tyler Dennett In!
Asia. If any statement of the pjoq
ace of polygamy were i?e?- ? *<?; ry 10
Tmmedlacy of the subject.' ?.? re
cent statements from the ? ? . .ortul
colujnns of the Far Eur" -? i'.-vlcw
would seem to be auttnbl**. Th-? Can-i
caslan population of the v. o:: \ !?; don-J
Ming Its number once In a hundred J
years; the dark-skinned mee?, which j
now outnumber the wh!' * population
two to one, are doubling tluir num
bers every twenty-five y< mw.
At least such Is the ca'<" *n Korea,
where the most recent ft:; in*h are ?
available. The editor of ' '\r Rust- I
ern Review figures out t hrt : t the j
present rate of Increase ti: * C.iucaa-1
Ian element in the world's population i
will have shrunk in a !: ndre.i years ?
to scarcely 5 per cent. Tl. ? ? denial |
demands mnle children, as rviny of I
them as he enn produce. The editorial
In qnestlon savs: "So lone ns the |
oriental *tnan Is able to arrogate to j
himself the right to possess plural
wives, just so long will polygamy pre
vail. Rut there Is a way out and one
which Is becoming broader and more
easy to tread each year. The wife
with foreign education Is a precious
thing In China In the eyes of the re
turned students, since she Is one of
a few women of his own. race that
realizes and understands his' peculiar
aspiration?. She has It In her hands
to be the one and only wife, and If
the few examples that have come un
der the writer's notice are any crite
rion. she will exert that power to tbe
TO ADD STRENGTH TO COTTON
Machine Devised by New Jersey Man
la Something for Which the World
Has Been Looking.
There Is probably no service which
subjects cotton fabric to bo severe a
test as that It hns to endure In nn au
tomobile tire, says Scientific Amer
ican. The fabric serves as a rein
forcement for the rubber. It If de
signed to withstand an enormous ten
Blie strength In all directions, Im
posed by steady pressure of air within
the tire, awl must "also withstand the
Budden shock?? due to the passage of
the wheel over obstructions. At the
$ame time It must be perfectly flexi
ble; for It Is flexed eonstantly ns the
prheel runs over the ground. The fab
ric cannot hove'lts strength increased
merely by using heavier threads, for
JJjls would Interfere with Its flexibll
UJ. It has occurred to an Inventor,
^llllnm O. Trautvetter of Paterson,
N. J.. that a fabric might be designed
In which. In addition to the regular
Sarp and Ailing, diagonal reinforcing
treads might be Incorporated. And.
fc^arting out with this Idea, he has de
signed a machine which will actually
weave such a fabric. Anyone accus
tomed to handling looms or familiar
With the operation of these machines
be a mechanism which will put bias
threads Into a woven fabric.
W Madagascar In 1917 was estimated
At 3.r>,000 tons, and exports amounted
lo 27.838. Shipments to England to
taled 15,.r>06, and those to fVance 17,322
tons. While direct shipments to the
TTnTted State?-have not been permit
Uk], It Is under-mod frorv. ronsulnr re
ports that 8.0'K) tons reached this
country from Marseilles iu 1917, and
a considerable quantity has also been
chipped from that port during the
present year, principally through a
consortium of French firms which, up
tint i 1 now. has controlled the bulk of
the output of Madagascar grnphlte
(Other than that shipped to England.
Inasmuch as the French firms belong
ing to this consortium are represented
Madagascar, It Is not unlikely that
iey will endeavor to control such
graphite as may t>e shipped to the
United States direct from the island
ftrhen restrictions are removed, while
pi would appear that various inde
gcndeijt producers are endeavoring to
porm direct connections with the
Martin likes to f?o next door every
?flundav morning and have hfs Uncle
Uj read the "funnies" to him. One
morning the pictures were particular
ly alluring and he was deaf to all im
portunities to get ready for Smiday
dPhool. Finally Uncle A1 added to
Wartln's discomfort by urging the
benefits of attending Sunday school,
offering as an argument ?int he had
Attended until eighteen years old.
Whereupon Martin cast a withering
glance upon him and said: "I don't
?ee where it did you any good."?Chi
Oren t Interest trnu b<?*n aroused by
the announcement that a profossor 'n
?ne of^ftie Japanese universities hod
Invented a successful Incombustible
substitute for cellul?tld. to be manufac
tured from soya bean cake.
The new product has^een given the
trade name of "Satrilltn," derived from
the name of the Inventor, Prof. S. Sato,
and a company for Us manufacture ban
b?H*n started with.a capital of 2,000/
000 yen ($1,000,000).
HntoMtf Is described as a palaljth
made of the pluclne of aoya bean, c+
fcguli I. kJ by fercjLlIii.
Ugh! Calomel Sickens; Salivates!
Please Try Dodson's Liver Tt
I ~ani .sincere! My medicina 3oea not up^et li\
" Calomel loses you a day! You
know what calomel i?, it's mer
cury; quicksilver. Calomel i* dan
gerous. It crashes into ?our bila
like dynamite, cramping and giefc
ening you. Calomel attacks the
bones and should never be put into
iWhen you feel bilious, sluggish,
constipated and all knocked out and
believe you need a dose of dangerous
calomel just remember that your
se)b lor a few cent? * large
godson's Liver Tone, *"hieh
vegetable and pleasant to
a perfect substitute lor
guaranteed to start
stirring you np
! It makes you
you a day's
Dodson's Liver Tone straight
ens you right up and you feel great.
Give it to the children as well.
Death of .Hrs. (*. M. Kay nor.
Mrs. Ray nor of Wood, N. C.. passed
away the night of October 10, 1918,
after an illness of a little more than
two weeks. Everybody thought she
was getting better but she died sud
denly. The deceased was Miss Delia
Shearin. daughter of Mr. William and
Mrs. Nancy Shearin. Miss Shearin
was married to Mr. G. M. Raynor when
she was about twenty years <>M. To
this noble couple were born three
children, two sons and one daughter.
Sister Raynof leaves a good husband,
three children, her excellent mother,
a host of relatives and friends, but we
cannot sorrow as those who have no
hope for Sister was born into the
Kingdom of God in early fife and join
ed the Baptist church and continued
a persistent i worker the rest of he?
life. The writer met her. about1 four
years ago and begc^n pleaching at
Wood as a Mission point. The follow
ing autumn we organized a church Mt
this place and found -Slater Hay nor to
be interested in every rorward move
ment in her community. She wm 29
years. 3 months and lldays old. She
was tenderly laid to rest at her moth
er's home Friday afternoon. The
lat go number of flowers which were
placcd on the grave serve to test the
esteem in which she was held. The
Raynor home was one into which the
pastor felt welcome to go at any time.
Ii it had not been for this family we
could not hr.ve made the progress we
Mrs. Kate Marquis, Mid
dleburg, Logan Co., Ohio,
writes as follows:
"I have used Pcruna with suc
cess. Tt has cured me of catarrh
of the head and throat. It Is the
beat medicine for catarrh that I
have ever us<'d. I am completely
cured. Thanks to Peruna."
Mr#. Marquis is but one of
many thousands who know the
value of Peruna for thai catar
rhal condition of the membranes
responsible for many of the
If you object to liquid remedies
ask for Peruna in tablet form.
Bracing as a
AT the end of a hard day, just 8k
* down to a cup of Luzianne
Cofffce. See how you pick up with
every savory sip. Luzianne is far, far
?mm 1 H'l
got something that all the others seem
to lack. And it's packed in duat-procrf,
sqofstore-proof cans''that bring
L'pzianneTiryffar kitchen jnstthe-sHinir
arwfcen it left the roaster. Buy a can
and try it for yourself. An iron-clad,
air-tight guarantee says that if you are
not entirely satisfied with Luzianne,
your grocer will giva yon back your'
money.' And he wilI
'When It Pours, It Reigns'
..The bl^?ck crcr hruiiccbl to
Locishurf? t"Jf a store. (>?ire in look
it n?er. Oqr nklres ran be relied on to
?<?11 Jt. We hair all kinds and colors,
RMtiUfrs and letien* to suit all de
nlrcir and occasion??.
The RyGOCk Drug Gompany
"A'f, ct.try in correction Kodgc Supplies
did on the new church there.
Life's raco well run, Life's crown
well won. Life's work done, Now
comes rest. t\m*.
The Strong Withstand t??e Hem of
Summer Better Tlun ttu Weak /
O il people who are feeble aod^ounger People
*> l.u are weak, will be st rci:*t he iJbl and enabled to
go through the depressing heauftf\umn?r by tak
ing GROV E S TASTELESS cbjfi TONte. Jt purifies
yH^LMyo^?awM^raiut^xiilds up fhe whole ry s
iem. Toucan soon feelits Strengthening. Invigor
ating Effect 60c.
v For Sale?
One five' p&sfeqnger Dodge automobile
and two 1918 motel irfd touriug cms.
rll in excellen coSdlv?.i.
J. W. CO.
10-25-lt ^ouiswu'g, N. C.
I.uls for Sale.
Two nice N^h.encu lots in Fran!:
linton for snlcNchedp for quick pu:
chase. Apply t\/Vrankli:i ."Times.
Lnuisburg, N. :;t
Cows !orS^;ils' i/ Exchange.
I have a nimyrTof cow?. fre?h !
pail, will nell or ^fnanee for dry 00:
tle. // \
J. B. SMITH.
S-16-tf H. F. D. 2, Louisburg, N. C.
I For .->alc.
' Twenty-five ^eron^ li-ind 2-Uorse
t??1. scoop; irk Mrarcondition, for
'ri.njg roads. jLr*ling fields and
r.Utl*v?.. Every^Kr^i ought to have
?*>' <e r<. V^^"and lot on
t N? Bank.
FOR BAIL'S BATH
and the wanning^of hi* tiny garments the port
able Perfection Hentey gives a ^nicroiis glowing
warmth?drives aw'ay/all chill and dampness.
Sturdily built?easy t/io clean and till -smokeless,
odorless. Inexpensive to buy and use.
Aladdin Security Oil gives best results.
See the Perfection i/t your dealer's.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Waihincton. D. C. Baltimore, Md Charlotte. N. C.
Norfolk. V?. Catrlitior.. W. Va.
Hichmobd, Va. Charleston, S. C.
Look for the
TruxrujU TmJc Mark
Uncle Sam-Save Fuel
Every member of your family should have a
good wool cloak, dress suit, overcoat, mackinaw
and sweater, heavy warm underwear and good dry
winter shoes. They will save fuel. Our stocks
are at your service. "Everything for Everybody."
lluy the clothes you need and the ear
lier you buy, a more complete stock
yon will find to select trom. You can
rest assured that trey wUl Hot be any
This Is a season when It 1b Important
that every one exer*.??<o som ecare,
gome discretion in selecting his cloth Pa
Buy good materials?a cYieap garment
this seat-on is a very poor value at
any pr ce.
JPHng in your feet; we'll fit them prop
>rerly witr shoes you'll like at a price
that will fit your pocket book.
Yours to serve,
The Allen Brothers Company