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1 " XV THE COCA-COLA COMPANY
A steak broiled on the New
Perfection Oil Cook-stove is
tender and delicious.
The New Perfection has a
special broiler, a hood that
sits away from the flame but
which gets all the heat. It
broils both sides at once.
AH the flavor of the meat is
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t r.-nr l;
VY !1 ii we
'git in the tiiiu hiii! rmlf to i
jc h it,' lni.s, nun- l;ur:t .j. i n.
!-: i: guaid tin re ami the:i i
1 ir. -llu id, .h re I met :
1 . I saw otii- ni.m tit
! !'(: ;,i ii to ii, j u ii pi. i lii
:i.- 1':kU i.. In' lad charge
. II. I Ml ttl'.ell 1 'Ailk HUM lit i
! i. . r Sali-Luiv. Row
ic . :.t... I u iii.i! liiiu m-ur the dt i
a ..1 said to Mm. ' U hete liN
e ii. i ai. ?" answer a-, "in li
1 i i .." I't li t lac Mich talk."
sai.l u lii in, "this w .r.
I ! t u- k to tl.e P'ev
! i,::ice .ii. l tal
our payroll si ml tiit.i we will le fr
' n i n once mure." lie lc eked at nu
' b .el said, "Sergtnt.t. I will foil .w
! tii-in to in 11 leuir I will take the
i bushe-." "Vi u 1 n't knew what
I I Mean, Mr. 1'lnlfii. go with 'Hie."
j We get thmitli ail liglt. On our
I said. "Wi l t a I was, I call ste
i it now." I m.w that he was a M( 1
i o!i.ir and would die beft re 'he
As I am now about t! roi:gh n.y
war trail. p I will write oi.e mere
nuriiUr and tlwtll en the old s 1-
i dit is that are livit . I have left
out sev ial of the sm; 11 battles' 1
;was in and as 1 said In t fie be
ginning, 1 hae told my story rs I
saw the things happen. Some rf
tie old stldiets taw the war in a
ciiffert-i.f wp;- and I would like for
some utb-r "Id f.'olff derate soldier
to take it tip es I liavT done.
want to f - hew they saw the war.
i It was haul times 'n all Southern
'l'fiiile, especially the w( nic n and
; the fiirls who were lare enough
itii work. Whtn 1 was at home n
ifurliiigh I saw them In the field
1 carryir.g' the scythe anl cradle,
'some of thm could do as good rr
! t etter than stinie men I have seen
in the field with me. Hut my t!me
I can ee hftw th y had" to do back
in these days. The fdks it hon.e
( turned thtir hands a thou.' and cif-
rcrer.t ways to suju'en mc ovnu-
ein caue, ac.d their litue cnmirtn.
too. while their husbands ar.d sVir.s
have a war ahead of us in which
I expect to gain the victory a
answer to t!i lavt r ill call.
JOHN T. TVKXEK.
A THIKTY Mll.UtOI SI KPl.l'S.
Secretary Mc.d o has isi ed a
ttateniti.t in which he declares that
the revenue eltainxf fri m- the new
ii.ctiue tax law will aggre.gi.te about
$ol-(uiti,utMi. The levei.ue Horn the
cut-tonis fioiu internal reveme ai.d
nher taxis wi J btiiwg the total :j
n substai.tial tiguret
"He eMiniutes t!t t Ii e.ces if
ordinaiy rtCeipts over ordinal li
l uii-enuiit will be in tlin ueillb ir
hood of $1o, oou.diMi. Kpenditur s
on the 1'aiian.a (."uiial wi amount
to :!7.otii,oi'ii, kaving a de:ic:t vi
i r-i'Mii.tmo. j
Tl.tj rictiits fit in cit li Tp : r
June 1 have te n $ l'7i',"ipii,('ihi and
1 Llr. MpAi'iiii estinstK thit total re-
over and jce.l.ds fri m this source w ill amount
marshal s .to si'M l .(hio.ihki an n( .f t .
w ho I
K' t j niio, uuo over the origim.l etimate.
Oiili.iary internal rtvumo receipts
will amount to $3 1 1 . Hut. too, (r a
iLecrtase of tne uiiilic n uuiier th
Oil er recn'js tun the tttal intu
many figures and offer iissuranto
that the Iitnitciats have n t quite
h caii.e to his semes and as yet wrecked fr.ij.Eces of the na--
Uon r brought n a panic. In
fact, I'ncle Sam will be able to pay
his laundry bil l and othr Inci
dental expenses and itill have a lit
tle pocket change left.
'OM.KniK . I. WAITS lOli
KM IS .V J.UI(IKI. IMF.
t'ollecton A. D. Watts was recent
ly in Wa.-hingtui and there was
published in The Creem-boro Daily
News what purpoittd to be au inter
view declaring against the piimary
mill fnKtitiir lUlc ni.s t .. iienti.
lllnent for ft iiiimarv.
Mr. Watts came out the next day
in a signed sfiUniif.it as follows;
"Mr. I'arker It. Anderson, the
Washington corret-pondert of The
tIpeensbro Iaily News, has. in to
day's issue of tl.sit jipr what (pur
ports to be an interview wiMi rue.
"1 have given Mr. Antlers; n .10
interview. Yesterday he came into
Senator Overman's office while I
The oldn I get the inorejwas tht-re talkii.g with Mo Sena--
iicr anu soou nuuuuno me suu--ject
of the aitiji of the State con
tit n as to prtmaries, stating that
the convention hail wad a mistake
a there was an orverwheim:"j seiiti-
meiit in the State in favor of pri
maries fol all oflitxis.. All I said
uiitjtn the matter wasi n effect t.lvat
1 did nc think there was an over
whelming' sentimei.t in favt r (f plN
maiits; thut fe-w. iff any. county
Conveiitio.is had passetl re-olutioiis
asking for pijmaries, wl.iie one, and
probably more, county conventions
adopted resolutions ag-aintt) primar
ies. 1 added that I was s.tti's.iedi tba
1 eglslature would pats a primary
bilil, including all officers, c;,unty
as well as State and distiitt, but
that it would contain a proviso ex
empting such couc.ties i's desired
to be exempted as far as t,he coun
tv and legislative offices, were c n-
cerned and that practically alii the
Democratic counties in the State
would be included
"This Is the: substar.ee of the
statement made by me in! thw com
A Itemititul Tribute.
Mo.-t rending .ptople of Ani'iica
k,ntw- of William Allen liite, a
; famous Kansas author and editor
i of Tjlfe Kmpfiia (lazelte.. Mr.
: White is a Repull'cai!. He was the
'Kansas m-einber of the National Re
publican Executive Committee dur
ing the Itoosevtlt adniinistifeticn.
j It is gratifying to know .that
'Amertcans are fast forgetting party
lines, and are adopting for) thheir
creed "humanity, service, God."
The Ricbnioad Timei-Di-pfctch says;
"William Allen White' is rut ha
Demociat. Ei.t he is an American
who loves peace and hates war tie versatica with Mr. Anderson
kidri of a man who has moie pa-latter I will net discuss ipubllc que.-
priotiftii than all the shijeking lit- tions with Mr. Andeistn as he ha
tie ii'.'i.(fs in tie worlit lie is an. -shown from the article thit he
American who is proud of thhe man
who on-n make ust kr.o'V thst every
Iionoralle meal s has been taken
to guard against war. The supp nt
he gives to Wooelrow Wilson in the
'etl'tr to this end and the splendid
ti'lhute he pays to him a a man
and a Christian- refkets as much
crefl.t on William Alle'ii White as
anythtre he l,s ever dor.e, as murhj
credit as upon the man rie praises.
Mrs. Reld Coley. y,ho las been
j?l for a long time, dtee not im
lu.fs. Kemp Farlow and children
are visiting ner auui m t runs
On account ot the illness of Rev.
Way's children there was no
preaching at the, Hollne chuich.
In the suit of Ivy. vs. King, for
libel, tried latt week in Rocking
ham Superior Couift, the Jury
awarded the plaintiff $1,500. It Is
said that one member of the Jury
pulled the other eleven men down
from $5,000 while some wanted to
award him $14,000.
CARD OP THAMiS.
I wish to exiprew my gratitude
to the many fiJct.ds who were eo
Vind during the illnets and death of
my wife. I
will not treat me faiirly.
. ( Signed ) . "A. D. WATTS.'
Lawyer A. L. Urooks, who was
especially active in getting: tbrouxli
the Legislature the special act for
the investigation of the receiver
ship sale of the old Cape Fear and
Yadkin Valley and its partition be
tween the Southern and Atlantic
Coast Line, has recently held an
other conference with Attorney-flea
eral T. W. Bickett relative to the
matter of bringing' to thr attest
tiom of Attorney-General Mc Rey
nolds the fiading with, r com men
datlonn that the Federal govern
ment institute suit for the; annul
ment of the eale and the parti
tion, aa hhavlng been in violation
of the Sherman antl-tru jt law.
For Infanta And Children.
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THERE'S A CHANCE FOR RESCUE
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Don't stav sick and hopeless." Don't lose the look of youth and health. Get a
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JunV 29-July 5
Victor and his band.
McKinnie Operatic Co
Imperial Russian Quartet
a jriuicsu raipme i ouiers
Judge Ben. B. Lindsay.
Lecture: "The Panama
Canal and "Panama-Pacific
Paul M. Pearson.
Dr. Russell H. Con relL
E. E. MtNEILI
Sea grove- N. C. ,