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off hta “kaslp" to
that Brstbar Bob to so at
big that then to cwt sow*
sAm to tba Seventh District a man
top eaoogh to AH his shots aad not
asttu to tot How com* that Brother
Bab looms ap so Mg that ws do not
ton a man wba will not rattle to fate
ly make sack dates. Has ha Bred
tonga* aad had mom of the teaching
in the weald's giant school than has
aay other mna to the Seventh Die*
triet? Hardly think so. Than to Gad’s
man to an thr
District? Has God Almighty
Mb sa math Wggar iataUactaaDy aad
to stbar srsyn that thara to not a man
la tba Seventh Cwgisselnnal District
,vwba afl not mttto ta his shorn? Wa
hardly think as. Wa toy no claim to
aritotay, bat It always did strike os
that Gog Almighty is jnst and our
God would not be partial enough to
maha aaa man at the saiaa race, the
samba Wood, ao much bigger than bis
ABam that to a great big Congees
atonal district there couU not bo
fnmd a man large enough to take hla
Piaas aad not rattle in his shoos.
Mother Bab to a Wg man aad ha to
doing a Wg man's work, bat If ha sad
•wy ether Pegs to the Seventh Coa
, gtoilfii il District warn, to pass to
today the hoy aa the
be piping eat,
Is not up to hk high standard hi up
lag that ha does not >ilhw that than
k a gum k ths district who can AH
hk brother Bob’* Owe Why. aaa
■a* does not mad far aa much that
hU place tm the world’» big work win
not ha fined rniflatity. If Sdlae*
had died whan he wee tea deya old
we would here the electric light just
the same as we now hare it, and going
dew* street you would hour aoioe pho
nograph grinding out -It*. * Long
Way to Tipperary.- If BeU had died
h» Mi Infancy wo would bare die tek
jnt ea frequently hear the guy whe
mdk from At other end ad the line
bawl out, "Who ia thief If WhJtaay
had not been hen wo would not be
picking tend from the cotton and
gka would buna jnst ths earn#. If
Howe hod *er*r drawn breath the
Bowing machines would be stttshtag
away juet as they are. ff Grant and
Lee hed newer aaaa the light of day
the results of the aril war would be
ae they axe. Owe men la this groat
big world coasts far so little and
there are ae omay other, who caa
Ml hie shoe, that it ia not worth the
paper on which It k written for a
■an to say *tt k my Tory profound
WM that w* haven't a man te pat
k bis pises who will aot rattle in fata
Beoeicy 8qn Ne.
Monro*, Starch 23.—Is aauouadng
Mar. in response to iaquirice, hit ds
«taM aa to whether ho will try for
tha Democratic nomination to Con
Srm for the Seventh District to sue
eeed Representative Page, Rowland
9. Beaaley states that he will not be
a candidate and at the same time
takee a rap at the preparedness pro
tmm. In the latter connection he
“I will net be a candidate for the
nomiaation. I am utterly oppose^ jo
the whole so-called preparedness pro
P*®t about which the country baa
gosw wild. I regard tha alleged danger
of foreign invasion from any aonroe
aa a bugaboo and the increase of ar
mament* ss dangerous to-oar domest
ic tranauility and a positive menace
the interest of ■ the masses toward
which tho current has beon so strong
"If Mr. Page could not remain* in
Congress oo this platform, I certain
ly could not get in on it, and I will not
conceal my views on a matter which
I consider critical U> Ate welfare of
"1 shall continue to devote my time
to running a local newspaper and in
• general way forwarding these fun
damental reforms to which X am whoi
The North Carolina negro BepubH
mb fiAtttiTt corantttet b **ti
Friday for B MB COBTMtlon to u
held in Raleigh April 24. The call la
to the eolersi Republicans of tbs
State, but the call says "all true Re
publicans of Whetuvas rase, ooler or
pnsiena nwidiUim* asw invited to par*
tfatpoto la He ccaveaUsa. The dee
termtion la made that tan
te to formulate a causae of action that
win secure to aD BafmtiHi sue «d the
taste of every Maas and color their
riffcte and privilege* in the party or
—taattaa. la this smainUtia it la
a shmtitoaat fact that tha recent Re
publican eusrvaathm ksdssit single
Mgre delegate, and there was aa
"tames whatever to the negro con
tingent of Iho party.
Win Jtotfar, • rntgn. •mriag a •»
t«oe» for Mmjf from Chatham comn
chin* Girl” IMA
Thuraday, March 90—Diarmal pea
canto The Panama Canal to to* Gait
ad States, ih behalf of Bnctand. 1800.
* Priday, March >1.—Admiral Dewey
daacaa the Spanish Pandanyo, ISM.
Saturday, April 1.—Pool KOI or
—T~r" his annual winds fwiy yoar
Sunday, April S.—Milttoaa of way
one go about, Catharine up tb* Pool
Killer's victims Sooty yoar.
Kuraary Shymoa Saraai,
Tam, Tom. too Piper's son.
Stole a pic and away h* run;
If ha told it for what pork soils today
Ha could mast any fins ha had to pay.
If SufTAtt^b^r^aMid^Umh into
a boat with toe Prsaiijrwt, don't yah
think the latter would row Will’s son?
If aa American Indian could bo in
duced to lector*, would he do H In
tb* chaw-tajk-way T
Should a maker wf hah tonics nec
essarily be named Harry?
Is lumbar wall draaasd that put* on
a window aaah?
To Bomo*« Sktee from Block Sic
Lay the garment on a table, and
with a flannel, wat to elder vinegar,
rob tbe shiny places wail, until they
have disappeared. It done not mat
ter how wet the garment gets. Hang
up. in tbe shade to dry. This will re
move tha shine, and make tha doth
or ailk look as good aa new.
Haw tbs Craps Blags of Satan are
Tbe crepe ring of Saturn has base
observed and measured at' the Lowell
Observatory persistently, wider oa the
cast than on tha west aide' of the
plant, several months ago, by a dif
ference of five bundrsdthe. 'This fact
will have important haaflags oa tbe
mechanics of the stability of the ring.
Any phase effect or defect at Dhtml
natioa at tbe constituents at tbs ring
are not safident to explain tha phe
nomenon on account at tbe diminutive
alas of tha meteorites composing it.
inevitably attacks tha lips So
that suffering results for
after the trip is over.
menta nor artificial coatings teem to
protect tbe lips after tha first .day or
two, and act very slowly in effecting
a cure. •
After much experimenting the staff
of ML Rose observatory baa adopt
ed tha simple expedient at covering
tbe bmd with a flour sack.
Tho thinness of the doth makes tbs
mask comfortable even on warns days,
providing the sack Is cut short enough
to hang loosely about the neck and
permit tha circulation at air about the
face. On tha other hand, if a cold
wind springs up, the mask, if tucked
Into tbe collar, affords desirable pro
tection to ears and seek.
Cs«M a laundry man who waa fond
at tern pins make his wash bowl?
If April should make it ton hot for
thsm, would tbe trees leave T *
Now that sainlrelans powder ta al
together used, what makes my lady's
If tha states at the Union wore
ploying marbles would You Taw?
After Anna had beau proven guilty
of stealing fruit, was that any rea
son ufcy tbe court should bar Anna 7
HU* td.lt TW» to
■aee and taprcriag Um light, becidea
' tha H/e ef the aa^tto.
A. .*. * **»*• *4.
A Mail and axpraaa auto, traweraiag
lha wild. 0r Colorado, haa a'bandit
prod cage to the rear fear ra aaMea.
It to toUmatad that iaaoeta «d ro
daau doetxey MjmjMtJHO «U of
•dHtattuie to Um U. & m*mry hoar.
The whiatla at a tnroMntlia can he
heard a dittanaa ad h£00 7.,d i whan
the air to atm.
United fltatae rfaa eg* rtattoo
»"*Mad to a year.
■fated eoftee to an eaaalla at die
MERE PUNITIVE EXPEDITOR Will HUNT
> . i i • • * - i a %
I'blhsaaua r»*ion to b* ptorcod by United States troops bsnt on cancartaa
aurdsrsrs of Nov Max too dtlasns sad soidiors; srrov Indicates point vbars
Mormon eolovlsts aro la portl from VUUstas.
BURNING BODIES OF VIUA’S RAIDERS
AT COLUMBUS* NEW MEXICO.
• UK picture uQutoa tua uurnm* ul in» oodiea ot Ti Meatenaa who war*
killed to the raid. Is tha fore#round ta the galvanised coping of the Central
hotel, all that remained ol (be building after It bad been burned.
i i m » ^ ^ — —.— r-ii—ii->i-i o^_i-i_i-i^i-i^i-u-»_<n*-i_i--i_»-i_<--»
PLANNIN8 MOBILIZATION OF THE TROOPS
Mowwo U MOOT. too n«» Memory at war. ut Oaaohu Hood. MM a
°* tka OoHo4 (Motto tmy. eoarorrtog to too war ImrTlM
PERSHING’S JOB k HARD ONE
' Odaaral Parable* ordered into
tb* arid aoDnuina of Chlhu.hn. with
araara to artcb a pameutnr rente
«*toba Ivrktb* thera hi. fob could b*
taaroolj a®i* f IIP celt than lb. oa*'b*
ba* bcae aet to do—to catch Villa
Somewhere within thotifaada ot
ogoara mNaa of vatcrlcaa, .and* tart
■taw la large part mad. op of maa
a alt* aowarad daetrte. broken ap bp
■•charted moentaia raeteaa. um baa
dll ead bla (ollewera are hiding.
"Per Ain* amjrttr oatab VOla, ia
r ■■ • ■ ■■ ■ i
Mmm la CMMM at traapa ta
capture Villa and Me band.
MAJOR GENERAL SCOTT
Chlot or ntaft m in* unitad tdtuaa
army who li la cttarpa ot tha plana
tor tha pursuit ot Villa.
WOUNDED AT COLUMBUS
r— — i
••COM Llout CtafMCt Bmhi.
TWRtnOi United States cavalry, who
«•' woundsd ta Villa's raid an Co
Imbu, New Max, laid tea foundation
at hie military training In MaKJnloi
•ahool, Washington. D. a The »i«
uu» abowi him In tea ami town of a
eadat captain For two yams ha hai
haoa on patrol doty on tha Maaloai
bardar, stations* at Cotoahos. Arte
MAJOR GENERAL FUNSTOH
tt. «MUMM m ib# Untud
MtK OB tkB border of Mratoo.