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" VM. C. 1IAMMEK. EWTOlt
Asheboro, K. C, Thurs., Jan. 21, 19V
Th militarists are wild with the
Idea of biiilitincr a great navy
spending millions to increase the dc
nnH pnlHriro the army. This
is not the idea of the American peo
ple at large. They do not believ
that the way to avo'd war is to h
always preparing for it. The people
f thin country believe that the nation
that takes the sword shall perish I
Insurance Commissioner J. K
Yousg in his annual report made last
Saturday and transmitted by Govern
or rvair to th General Assembly
eppoees State made rates for insui
anct companies. In this he opposet
a large element in the Legislature
He favers a bureau or assoeiatron
ccieseaed of companies.
The Republicans in Congress havi
adopted a plan of warefare for t.hi
campaign for lC'lfi. it is for a big
navy and an increased army under tin
pretense that this country is m dan
ger of a foreign war, based upon t!v
idea that the way to prevent war is
1 prepare for it in time of peace.
Tht plan now is to opposu Pres:de:i'.
Wilson's peace policy.
Tht Courier will publish from timf
te tie some of the most ititerestinc
parts if evangelist Billy Sunday's
sermoas he is preaching in his twc
meath's revival service in Philadel
phia. The tabernacle built for the oc
ca.'ioi holds something like 20,000
people and cost $o0,000 or more.
There are two trained choirs for the
occasion, each with 1,500 members.
Billy Sunday is known as the bas.
ball evangelist. He has conducted
many successful revivals, one of the
most successful was in Pittsburgh
WHERE DID YOr GET YOI II
The following appeared in t Hi
"The recently elected Rcpublicu:
ticket in Catawba county has gone
the salary system and Catawiia is a
county very much in the same cir
cumstances as Randolph. They c!.i .
it will save that county in the noij:
borhood of five thousand dollars
year. Catawba county, of course '.-
to wait for the election of a Republi
can county ticket to get the salary
system and Randolph will have to ti
the same thing, but this county wu
have it in two years from now."
If the editor of The Rullctin had
taken time to look at chapter A'-'i,
page S"9 of Public Laws of North Car
olina, besjsion he would not have
made the above statement. Section
24 of the chapter referred to a'.;
says: "This act shall he in force froii.
and ufter the first Monday in Decein
ber, 1!M4: Provided, the sheriff's Hil
ary for the first nine months thereaf
ter shall he s:t the rate of $1,.100 pi
annum, and such fees as are allowou
in section ten of this act: Provided
further, sections nine, fifteen am
eighteen antl the proviso contained i
sectios twenty-one, shall be in force
frera and after rairication.
"Ratified this the 5th day of Marr!
This bill was introduced by Hon. W.
B. Gaither, representative from Ca
tawba and was a law nine months be
fore the county elected a Republican
Why does the editor of the Bulletin
insist on making such groas miss-state
men? This might have fooled somi
of tht people if The Courier's lo
editor, who is a Catawba county man
ad sot been living in the county t
t'.r t;-r" t!-e Ir.v west i".to c(T:.t. f
yeur information from some othe.
source next time.
The beautiful longing and unrca
imagination of "Grecian Mythology
u unequaled and grows in popular.;
vomvs fm he. What is more
beautiful t-;--n ' i'L.-.xus and Hello'
or "Cadmus art! I'ropa."
And now as to Shakespeare. If al'
the other books ever written-the Dilm
excepted tvere put into one, t'. :
book would 'not contain the thong,
that is crowded between the toe;-.-of
"Shakespeare." Goethe, Milt -Dante,
eath wrote a' masterpiece
but Shakespeare wrote masterpiece
Other writers have hail flights of in-
enimtinns. hut Shakespeare babbien
in inspiration. As a historian he wtu,
greater than Hume or Maccaulay. A.-
a storv writer he was better than u.
Henry or Conan Doyle, his eloquence
surpasses Byron's antl in tentloriio.
and pathos he surpasses Keats antl
Burns. Tis characters are km:
queens, peasant, beggars, robftei,
ghosts and witches, anil he hamllei
chem all with ease.
AS TO LEGISLATION NEEDED
Anti-Card Playing Law and Others
To the Editor: First, all public
card playing should be cut out. It is
seldom now that a man or a woman
can enter the office-room of a hotel
without facing a game of cards. One
can scarcely' find a seat on a train
without facing a game of cards.
Some time since 1 was on a train ann
some parties as they thought hat!
quite an interesting game of cai.
noticed some young Doys inai wore
held spellbound by the game. When
I found time 1 asked one of tne oojs
if he could play cards. He said no.
but was very anxious to learn. I
think he determined then and there
to learn to play cards.
If the women are determines 10
keep card parties going they shoult!
be moved to a back room where their
hiltlren and other people s children
iho are not interested in card pTa.v
ng could not see them. There is no
mi more destructive oi men, un.
time and money and their souls than
cart! playing. Numbers of boys am
young men instead of going to churcr
on the Lord's Pay gather in some ole
out-house and others go to the pin
thickets antl spend the day card pi-
ing Many of these boys lose al'
respect for the church and soon learn
lespsse the preacher ot ot the worn.
The preacher can have little or n-
influence over the card players. n
the duty of the State to legislate
ni nst a sin that is destructive ot
the mortal and sp. ritual life of its
ME, I'M FLAT FOOT ED
ike ter see th' preacher thump
his pulpit now antl then.
A-hammerin' home his sermons in th
minds uv sinful men:
Hob Glenn's style of spt-akin' (he kin
whisper, he kin holler)
Strikes me sumhow ez th' best kin-'.
he alius wilts his collar.
I like ter look a pritty gal right p.;::1:
stmare in th' face,
An' ef she goes an' blushes hit's en
Uther adtletl grace;
Them gals thet turns ther noses up
when vtm look em in th eye,
Tl'.ev'll be wirkin' like th' dickens i t
a stranger on th sly.
You see. I til tint rtrateforotl I ki:i
stand my si-rmnn stout
An ef 1 feel' like shoutin' I'm shore
ter holler out.
An' I don't keer whut yore job is
ef you never raise a sweat
An wuz lookin' ter me for wages,
you'd be unimployed yet. O. J.
Coffin, in Charlotte Observer.
The grimmest purpose of the Danis'
farmer is, as he says, to get his lc
under his own table. Ninety four in
every hundred Danish farmers owr
the farms they cultivate.
They know that real freedom, under
any form of government, is sourcer.
home and farm ownership; that
landless and homeless are on the way
to economic serfdom, whatever flag
flies over their heads.
LOST: A RACIAL INSTINCT
Death if Little Child
Saaiutl, the 22 months old
ch id of Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Phil
lips, tiled t'tei-da evt-iiir g at G
-j'clociv from pneumonia and
I'h fuiR'tvil -.services will be
hrU frc m thf tu-me totiay l'.v
H v. MFarhrd, pastor of the
Friends church in Uijih Point.
The burial will be in the Ashe
boro ceme i r
Dr. J. W. Coltrane with Will Hen
ry Kimrey, went to llaltimore last
Friday where Mr. Kimrey will enter
Johns Hopkin hospital for treatment.
Mr. and Mrs. Rose Tcnffuc, of Ral
eigh are here w'uh relatives.
Mrs. A. S. Pickett and little Miss
Jennie Pickett were visitors in Giveu-
boro Thursday of last weeit.
Mrs. Ernest Teague Crutchfield,
daughter of Mr. antl Mrs. A. A.
Teague, of Liberty, men tasi ountiay
morning in r lorma, v nere one
been on a visit to relatives for sever
Her manv friends ami relatives
throughout this community were
shocked and saddened to learn of her
death. The remains were brought to
Greensboro Monday night, her formei
home, where interment will be made.
n nm-onts of Mr. and Mrs. A. A
Teague, with them, A. W. Teague, of
Sanford, went to tireensooro xuontiay
for the burial Tuesday.
Aunt .lane Jarrcll. an aged lady,
who makes her home with Miss Min
nie Crutchtield, was paralyzed last
i.nat Fritlav while playing with her
baby sister, six months old child, lit
tle Helen Amick. four year oia aaug: -
ter of Mr. ar.d Mrs. Roy Amick, was
rolling the baby in its carriage, wnen
in some wav civing it a plunge tin-
child was thrown out into the open
tire place with face down severely
burning it. It vas badly burned on
both hands. Tne child is getting on
as well as can be expected at this
Master James Brower was indis
posed several days last week.
AN ACTIVE LIVER MEANS
No. VI. Advice to Millers.
(Official News Summary of Up to Daf
Matter Compiled by tho United
States Department of Agriculturo.)
HE fanner has long rell"d on
the chemist In regard to be
man food, fertilizer and feed
Ina bis cattle. The miller.
He-cording to the bureau of chemistry,
department of ngrleulture. bus been
behind oilier industries lu putting the
ibr-niist r-t work.
The small miller can often attend to
his mucin nery and. In addition, moke
bilking and other tesU. but in the lar
ger mills, whlcb nuiunfacturea variety
of protlucts nnd firepare mixed feeds,
tlieiv should In- n division of labor, the
miller and Hie t ht-mist each doing bis
shiire of the work.
The moist lire content of flour la a
point too little considered, according
o the department If i" lmyluK "d
gelling grain the moisture Is taken Into
tiecount. as It should be by soui:d
i,nsln..ss men. the moist ure in Hour
If von want troot health, a clear and rieiii as w is m un
complexion and freedom from dizzi- . should also be riven suitable attention
ness, constipation, biliousness, head-1 The variation of ii per cent or mols
ar'nes and indigestion, take Dr. King's' tun- in I lie llo"' of the big mill Is
New Life Pills. They drive out fer- . ,.(Uival.-i.t In n .vnr to thousands ot
menting and undigested foods, clear ,!invis and thousands of dollars
the blootl ant! cure constipation. Only J 'j-),,, moisture content wl.l be one of
c. at your druggist. 'great Impuriamv n year hence. It la
j tuitt-nileil bv smile of our lending
CRAY'S CHAPEL NEWS mU-vs that 'in Judging to short-
, - r, .1 7Z ,o ' ii ago in weiL'ht the government should
Lillian Routh, the 12-year old :?..... ....... ...... ..,. tl mois-
daughtcr of Mr. antl Mrs. Weshy , '-'J- " ,.,. if flour
Kouth. who has been seriously sicW re couteuU or exai i.ple. If ' uour
of pneumonia, is improving. , c.Mitalns wlien sniPI-eu
Mr. Wcsby Routh has pneumonia, i ot "ll"s "lc' '", " h '
. , i ed ns the stiinthird. ana if the sam-
Mr. Jetter ork was a welcome vu- , .. t of motstnre
itor at L. P. McJlustcrs Saturday '7 .,.,... ? u.
nif?nt- ...t in w.-i.-i.t should be
'Bud" Pugh went to Greensboro , ' E,piVrul.nt re now In
ast wet-k with a loatl of chick, ns an. i"1""'" ui.i.1i-,,.rp In flour
progre! "- -
I is enured iy less of moisture.
The auioiMit or moisiure m nii-m n
f ever, gn-i'ter tmpoi'tanee than In
liet-aiwe moisture is ini "J
poiiiinercltilly v,iiiclesn and iiillu.mes
hrinU-M!-.. hut also Jioeiiuse It Is an
Horses and Mules
We will have one car load of Kansas horses and mules on
Wednesday of this week. Eleven head of horses and mares and
fifteen head of good mules for farm or milling use, ages from three
to seven years..
COME AND SEE ITS BEFORE YOU BUY
Presnell & Brown
Our Annual Clearance Sale
IS STILL RUNNING AND SOME? OF THE BARGAINS WE ARE
OFFERING ARE AS FOLLOWS:
Best grade Columbia Mfg. Co.'g sheeting worth Tt cents
5 cents a yard.
A lot of ladies' woolen dress goods in brown blue, red, gray
and black, former price 50c to $1.50, reduced to 25c to 75c yard.
300 yards silks, all shades, former price 75c to $1.00, reduced
to 40c to 75c yard.
All ladies' hats at half price.
100 men's and boys' hats, former price 50e to $2.25, reduced
to half price.
A lot of men's av.d boys' work shirts, while they last, half price.
All men's drees siijrts during this sale at 10 per cent. off.
$1.00 underwear reduced to 90c.
50c underwear reduced to 45c.
A lot of children's hose, former price 25c, reduced to 15c.
A lot of men's and boys' clothing at your own price.
All new stock clothing at a reduction.
All ladies' and Misses' coats at 25 per cent, off daring this sale.
All 1 2 ' '2 c dress ginghams reduced to 10c.
All 8c dress ginghams reduced to 6e.
About 50 yards of table Damask, a little soiled, to go at 40
cents a yard.
Men's fancy vests and neckties to go at half price.
About 100 pairs of men's shoes, former price $2.00 to $4.C,
reduced to $1.25 to $2.50.
125 pairs ladies' shoes, former price $2.00 to $4.00, reduced to
$1.25 to $2.00.
2 spools thread for 5 cents.
Full line of groceries. Highest price paid for country produce.
Come early and get your choice.
Carter Mercantile Company
PHONES 66A AND 6GB, RAMSEUR, N. C.
eggs last week.
Krnest Routh is the new miller at
Brower's Mills, lie succeeds Mr. Os-j
si Hrower. who was the cll'ii k'tll i
millm- tVifM-p fm- s.-vcii vears. fl""r-
Mr. Daniel Hurley, who has bee
the sawmill business down .-old
for t'.vo years has returned ho
has leased the Wesly Webstc
just south of here.
PROMPT ACTION WILL
im- anti important lac-tor in cnimu.- t'"--
r M: , It Is therefore specially desirable that
i the chemist aid the miller Id drying to
the proper degree.
When vou first catch a Cold (often, The department of agricnltnro has
indicated by a sneeze or cough) break Issued a system or poultry accounting
it up at once. The idea that "It does which. It Is expected, will assist tne
not matter" often leads to serious poultry owuer to determine the status
complications. The remedy which 0f bis flock at the end of euch year
immediately ind easily penetrates the : one of the greatest needs of most ponl
lining of the throat is the kind de- j lry keeper l definite record of el
mantled. Dr. King's New Discovery pnditures and receipts
soothes the irritation, loosens the system formulated by the depart
phlegm. You feel better at once. I mpnt (.,msjstH 0f a moutbly and yearly
"It seemed to reach the very spot of gummary inventory, balance sheet
my Cough" is one of many honest . --.."i. record ' On the monthly
testimonials. 50c. at your druggists. . . . .,., ,ho nnmDcr 0r chic
SURPRISE BIRTHDAY PARTY
A FEW OF TilE BEST BOOKS
To wake a list of the best books
and confine yourself to a few in nur
ber cannot be done because there art
so many view points from which to
cnider the matter.
The inevitable "Rhymes of Mother
Geose" are so old that who wrote
thei nobody knows is one of the best
sellers, and has been for years.
"Robinson Crusoe" stands in a class
by itself. It is simply unapproach
ably by the many who have tried to
The "Call of the Wild," Jack Lon
doa'a famous dog story will be i
classic of it3 kind so long as the K:i
lisk laaguage is spoken.
"utiful Joe" and "Black Beauty'
the Mrtt a dog story and the other a
horse story are among the best booi .
far ! a well as young people.
EMwiag ia them makes men, w
mwm, aoya ana gins oeuer ior naving
' Fiigrii Progress" is wonderful
Ur iU simplicity, written for the mo.
art by John Bunyan while in Bedford
jail, with nothing but the Bible
draw from, except his , imagination,
and tht inspiration that comes to a
aeiuaaa aoui inai nas lound peace
with God. This book is marvelous to
tt written by an uneducated ' man.
V-.i : C'-.tVO vh:'.? fi-.:v.crr ':
North Carolina are tenants ami rer.v
landless antl homeless. And this
n a commonwealth that contains more
than twenty million uncultivated
Counting our Tenants antl renter-?.
white antl black, in villages, town" and
cities as well as in our country regi'in
thev number with their families, all
told, 1.1 .",6.000 people.
Anil fioO.OOO of them are wni'.e.
Like poor Dante, they spend their
lavs anil nights going up ano (town
another man's stairs.
On Thursday eve January 14, 1915,
several friends of Miss Lollie Jones
met at the home of Miss Marietta
How to Build Up or Tear Down
By J. O. LEWIS
Ths Menace of the Mail Order Houses.
TJllAT the until order bouses la the large cities hnve BECOME A
MENACE to the smaller cities, towns and comraunitioH is proved by
tlu- large patronage they enjoy from nil over the entire country antl
further substantiated by the number of iinckap-s carried by transporta
tion com pa ules. whlcb under the Inw must bear the name or some mark of
IdeiitiiiciitUm by which the shipper is kuowu. i
This mail order business got its incept ion from men who made a hnbtt of
buying up secondhand goods, stocks from bankrupt firi:is ami tire djimagetl or
salvage goods from fire losses. To these were added goods that were culled
by manufacturers and graded seconds and thirds, etc.
These were shrewd business men, men who belt.ived in advertising, and.
realizing the possibilities of advertising, coiui.ienced their business entirely
along these lines, and to PROVE THE SUCCESS OF ADVERTISING no
better evidence could possibly be offered than the fact thnt every weekly pa
per farm, industrial, social or religious curries their advertisements and also
that they send out catalogues of enormous sizes, beautifully illustrated ami
embellished, costing hundreds of thousands of dollars to publish.
Today they have grown to such enormous size that they own and control
factories, while they contract to sell the entire output of other factories.
However, the plants they control and operate manufacture what is termed
In commercial parlance as competitive goods something tlmt every merchant
can sell at a low price to meet the demands for cheap merchandise.
BUT AS TO STANDARD AND HIGH CLASS GOODS MADE BY
LARGE AND RELIABLE FIRMS YOU NEVER 8EE THESE GOODS AD
VERTISED BY MAIL ORDER HOUSES, OR IF YOU DO THE PRICE
13 JUST THE SAME A8 FIXED BY THE MANUFACTURERS FOR ALL
Therefore when one orders articles of the low priced and cheaper kind
BE IS SURE TO GET JUST WHAT HE BUYS cheaply made gooda
and seconds nnd no cheaper than be can buy right at home when freight
ens and eggs for eacb month in the
vear. All eggs and clilcsens usea in
.hmiiri i i-retllted to the flock
Rt regular market value. Hnd egg useu cnarges. money unier ees uuu iiosuiKe ib uuueu.
hut. iiiii-r nt home should oe both ' Thousands of dollars annually are being sent to these mail order house
her a delightful surprise party
honor of her birthday. They were
. - i j veiir
unvusing games were piayeo. .riany - , . ..,..,-.- .ilw.
beautiful antl useful presents were. tne nwfc' "v ' - ,h '.olltt,
nroionteii Mism Jones hv her f i lends, toiismi" ".
In conclusion, delicious refreshments, ly totals of
were served by Misses Lura Jones
and Bertie Kivett. The out-of-town
quests were: Miss Cornie Curtis, of
THE LAND LS THE MAX
The fiercest feelinir of our Teuton
fore-fathers was their lust for land.
Common proverbs in the early das
were: The Land s the Man; wo kana,
No Man: Who Owns the Land Owns
the Man; The Landowner is lord; ana
so on and on.
Till this arood dav. it is an insult or
a mark of ignorance, to address a.
English landowner as Mister. It must
be Edward Mooseley, Esquire, if you
WHAT WOULD YOU DOT
There are many times when one man
questions another'! actions and mot
ives. Men act differently tinder differ
ent circumstances. The question la
what would you do right now if you
had a severe cold ? Could you do bet
ter than to take Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy? It is highly recommended
by people who have used it for years
and know its value. Mrs. O. E. Sar
gent, Peru, Ind., says: "Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy is worth its weight in
rold and I take pleasure in recom
mending it." For tale by 11 deal era.
letts? on Soiith I FWtteville street I d"..-d huJ deb.ted agHtnst the flock from this vicinity, thus DEPRIVING TUB HOME MERCHANT OF HIR
iui uom there they proceeded to K.c ttt lm, BUl,.e price 1 He uil-.i ol tU , ItlfSUTFuL IUTItONAG. Ahd yet. no tuaUcr how uiuca the merest
ome of Miss Jones where they gav 0WIier 8mid be estimated and cbarg may be dependent on the piitromige of members of his community, he is sup
in ed against the dock each month If de
The Imliince at the end of the
Randleman, nnd Mr. Duren Forrester,
f Ellerbee Springs.
RHEUMATISM PAINS STOPPED
The first aplication of Sloan's Lin
iment goes right to the painful part
it Denetrates without rubbing it
stops the Rheumatic Pains around the
joints and gives relief and comiort.
Don't suffer! Uet a bottle today I it is
a family medicine for all pains, harts,
bruises, cuts sore throat, neuragla and
chest pains. Prevents infection.
Mr. Chas. H. Wentworth, California,
writes: "It did wonders fer my
Rheumatism, pain is gone as soon as
l amy lu l recommend u to mi w
friends as the best Liniment I ever
used." Guaranteed. 25c. at , your
YOUR COLD IS DANGEROUS
BREAK It UP NOW ,
A cold ia readily catching. A run
down svstem is susceptable to Germs.
You owe it to yourself and to others
of your household to fight the Germs
at once. Dr. Bell's Pir.e-Tar-Hone? U
fine for Colds and Cor.ghs. It loosens
the Mucous, stops the Cough and
soothes the Lungs. It's guaranteed
Only 25c. t your Druffftist. .
xpeiidltuies and receipt
for the year The inventory mietu
should be used at the twglnnlng of
eacb year, and a complete Inventory
should be taken of tho equipment,
stock, feed. etc. Ent-h piece of equip
ment should Ih listed at IU actual
value. In the case or Dunaing wiut u
are substantially eouxtrueted a f pel
cent deterioration should be mimeieut
to allow for the pasage or a years
The balance sheet shows tne setut.
status or the nock for the year It
will be round desirable to keep a sim
ple egg re ord for the year In connec
tion with the ace-ount. as tt will enable
the ponltry keeper to check up the
number of eggs ued at home and thus
be sure to credit the flock wttli them
Bismarck's "Sacred" Numbs.
Belief In the number S was aV
most a religion to Bismarck, tor It
ran Ilk a vein of gold through all his
dueling cartsr. Ha served under
thrsa months, and In three great
wars and signed three treaties of
peace. Ha was the father of the triple
alliance, and from his three names
and as many words In his family mot
to, "Strength In Trinity." and his
three children, there was no period
or undertaking In his life In whlcb
this "sacred" figure was not of the
best omen to him.
posed to give and to aid In every work undertaken for the material betterment.
of his town, untl he does, being often coerced Into giving by the demands ol
his customers, fearing to offend them because of the feor of loss of patronage
THERE CAN BE NO QUESTION BUT THAT ALL OF OUR PEOPLE
ARE IN DUTY BOUND TO PATRONIZE HOME MERCHANTS. TO
THEM YOU OWE ALLEGIANCE AND SUPPORT. AND I NOW At II
YOU CANDIDLY. ARE YOU GIVING IT TO THEM?
If you are buying good out of your home town more particularly from
mail order houses mid iiii-rchiiiits in other cities 1 say to you that you an
UNDEKMIXIXO THE Ilu.MH MERCHANT and likewise the very founda
tlon of your own well lie-lug. . Every dime that you send to a mall order house
makes that much harder the success of your home merchant antl likewise re
tards the growth or your town. The money you send to mall order houses Ih
taken entirely out of lociil circulation Is gone forever
WHEREAS. iF YOU SPEND IT WITH A HOME MERCHANT HE IN
TURN WILL SPEND IT WITH SOME ONE ELSE PERHAPS PAY IT
BACK TO YOUR FATHER, YOUR SON OR BROTHER, SISTER OR
DAUGHTER AS SALARY. AND THUS IT COMES BACK INTO THE
FAMILY, IOIWu A UNIVERSAL GOOD.
That mauY of our home people are ordering good from nnil order house"
Is a well known fact One has but to viRit the depots mid express office to Hint
therein dolly many packages addressed to them and likewise bearing the name
or address of certain mall order houses. These people tire known to .mr nier
chants, and that's a fact These packages consist of clothing, dry good. gr.
cerlee, drugs, toilet articles, furnitare, hardware, cariienters" tools, farm imple
ment and wnst not ALL OF WHICH COULD BE PURCHASED ITM
OUR OWN HOME MERCHANTS. QUALITY CONSIDEItED. FREHS1IT
CHARGES ADDED AND TIME IN TRANSPORTATION, JUST A?
CHEAPLY AS FROM ANY MAIL ORDER nOUPE IN THE COUNTRY.
Supposing the merchants should band themselves together and refuse cradtt
tn hn whn nafronln these mail order bouses and further refuse to trnploy
members of families who do this or refuse to buy the wares of these people?
Wouldn't they find living mighty hard?
To be eontlnned under the title. "THE HOME MERCHANT HAS EARN