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WEEK END EXCURSION
; #8.25 to Wilmington
16.20 to Isle Of Palms
trains on each Sunday from May
Tl to Sapt. 11. iodtisi^e. limited
returning to reach original start
lag point prior to midnight ot
Tuesday next following date of
SUMMER EXCURSION FARES
#7.96 to late Of Palma
#7.96 to 8ullira»s Island
$4.10 toMyrtto Bench
#10.66 to Norfolk
Tlthet** on ante from May 15 to
October 16, induse. Halted re
turning until October 31. Liberal
Bebedole and further partfcn
tern cheerfully furnished upon
a P. FOWLER. Ticket Agent
Pembroke. N. CL
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
The Standard Railroad
of the 8enth
BILLY SUNDAY WAJUUK AS
;?■: m as mum
MM] He Mn 1*0 Mid aave the
YV MMWt railroad is 14 attaa away.
ottm kt win toad the aorvitoa.pcay
W aad praiihlag la hia acaai arneo.
toeator manner, eetratohiag the Fata
who hear him.
Billy himeatf doaa aot min*!* with
Mb netjebbers «e orach of tote aa in
farmr yean. WhBe ha to hospitable.
« the bard mi at eetortelning
fall* on tbo thoaldora of “*»" San
Thera is a story that whoa he ftnt
man into Vbo valley aa automobile
»f«nt attempted to eeO htoa I ear.
The sale waa believed te have beta
'Naw^tagra.'wSt wtS,I r^out into
StYW® -**«. — «
Yha Hoed river valley home to 1a
My Lead Chief Jaetfae:
“Thmi to .ehjeeiieji poaethly not
food m tow. but nnh coed on mar
ts aa tora of this KngtieSMitute.
bytoy u tha KtJtMito'Inito'
idbennf ta his awa paania.
“■•to* tried, in trutCnot by my
ytg ee*tha life pmnt. bat by faara
tor n atatata framed in tha luimn
af tha toad that trtoa me, butlSStSd
to tha tonip of an may toad—
•o antioZUd ta tha taw that moat
ba mncit today to atoy aa triahman
whose ofaua la that ba pata Ireland
“Loyalty to aaatimant, not tow. It
lasts on love, not restraint. Tha gov
cramant of Ireland by England rests
aa rsatratat, not Jove; and etaaa It
towth «*• love, It can evoke af
"Bat this eta tote la man absurd,
even, than it ia antiquated; if it ba
potent to ban* one Irishman, it to
afafl^mort potent ta gibbet all Eny.
today may poll tha nooaa around an
TpiuKfiha K*a mkrma — —-j- a. -
uiiiiUMn I Bov to, WQOM BOTfrCifa M
was oat, although it can at nun no
■trend around m Frenchman's threat,
whose sovereign ha was.
“Far Mnhmdj fWn --4
Edward 11 (. claimed to be tlw Kings
of Prance and quartered tha anas of
Frat>oe on their royal ehletd down to
the^urdon with (reload oa January
’ "Did the‘Kings of Praam’ resident
bera -ia Wtedeor or tha Tower of
London hang drew sad quarter as a
traitor every Frenchman tor 400 years'
who fell into their hands with arms
in their hands?
**T» the contrary, they reeaivad the
embassies of these traitor*, presents
from them traitors, even knighthood
itself at tho hands of them traKora,
feasted with them, tilted with them,
foagfct them hot did not eeeaeeinate
them by lawl
. "The judicial assassination of to
day was reserved for one race of the
King’s subjects—for the Irishmen;,
for those who cannot forget their eis
Mgiaace to the realm of Irelaad.
h-tl Sfct BSSfcVti
time of Henry VIII., save such as
tested on the cer,tract of matual ob
ligation entered into between them
and certain prioe#*, chiefs aad lords
of Ireland. This form of legal right,
such aa it eras, gave so king of Eng
land the lawful power to impeach sa
Irishman for high treason under this
statute of King Edward III.
-Aad whet !■ the fea
he be tried by his petit.
-With aQ reapert/I assert that mas
court is t* me—an Irishman charged
with this defsnse a foreign court?!
this jury is for me—an Irishman—not
a Jury of my peer*, to try ate ta this
vital Issue, for it is patent to every
man’s conscience that it is hla tn-i
defensible right, if tried at nil, trader
this statute for high treason, that ha
be tried in Irelaad before an Irish
court and by an Irish jury.
“But for the Attorney-General of
England there ia only ‘England’—
there ia no Ireland and these is only
the law of England—no right ia Ire
land; the liberty of Ireland aad Irish
man is begrudged by the power of
u you never thought
could be is yours to
command quick as
you buy some Prince
Albert and fire-up a
pipe or a home-made
Prince Albert gives
you every tobacco sat
isfaction your smoke
, appetite ever hankered
v for. That’s because
if a made by a patented
process that cuts out
uno ana parent Jrtince Albert has always
~ ^3n soid without coupons or premiums.
We prerer to give quality 1
national joy tmoJtt
* <‘e“Khtfui Kou«— »"'•<' '»* n*»ofiti
Men who think they can’t smoke a pipe or roll a ciga
rette can smoko and w/// smoko if they use Prince
Albert And smokers who have not yet given P. A. a try
oot certainly have a big surprise and a lot tf enjoyment
w»y m *oon aa they invest in asupply.
Prince Albert tobacco will tell its own story I
R* J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO, Winsto^SaJam, N. C
We have just received a car load of the
famous Nissen Wagons.
We have them in One and Two Horse,
s Round and Square Hound.
The Nissen Wagons need no praise in
any quarter—they are the last word in
We urge you to call at our stable and
see this display. If you will do this, we -
are sure yon will buy the Nissen.
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