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In PWwfil Political Addiau Iku
l«ta Lawyer Baida Up Be card af
Party la Stale a ad Nation.
Par an hour and a half at tbs court
house at Lanrimburg Tuesday after
noon Cameron Morrison at Charlotte,
•leetor-et-Urg*, preached Jaffsraon
ian Democracy to a representative
gathering at voter* from all section*
at the county. Ml* speech ia pro
nounced cue at tha beat heard here
Chairman Bdward H. Gibson pre
sented to the audience Hon. Loci* M.
Blue of Gibson, Democratic candidate
for the State aaoata, who ia turn la
w's?*^ **•■»•■)»* 01 ft* *** Mr.
Blue^ referred to Mr. Morrison as
suitable and aaasanad gubernatorial
tnnber and served notice on him that
four year* Knee he will bo called to
head tha State ticket.
J With a few complimentary remarks
directed at local Democratic leader*
Mr. Morrison passed to state and na
tional issues and In word* that born
and with a natural vigor that carried
conviction laid bars til* record of Re
publicanism la state and nation for the
peat half century at one of unparal
leted extravagance, corruption and po
He refened to the record at eon
legislation of tha Democratic
Party ia North Carolina tor the past
•wteeu years, and reviewed tha
eehteransaata along line* of education,
public health, agriculture and wealth.
Mr. Morrison commented upon the
high Mae# occupied by tha South ia
the affair* of ths nation and stated
that this was the logical outcome of
circumstances, the South having re
malned true through all tha years of
Republican misrule and extravagance
to the cardinal principle* of Democ
racy and bonastv, and being therefor*
the «av*our at ths nation.
The speaker was mild in his re
marks concerning Republican* and the
Republican party, ,saying that h*
?**•£ Mn but loved sinners." Theo
dor* Roosevelt, he said, with all his
fault*, is the greatest man this party
ha* produced almco Lincoln. And
Ruoeeyelt says the Republican party
is in "corrupt alii area with Big Baal
Mr. Morrison allowed how for aoarly
■ half a century tha country and the
South struggled under the burdens
Imposed and kept alive by Rapcblicaa
miagovernmaot. H* showed now un
der the old banking system, the far
mar, tha merchant and the local banka
dmUred that there it no longer
there never will be credit moooply
again in thia country.
declared that the regional re
aerve banking tyitara wai the great
aet piece of eoaatroctWe legislation
ever credited to any body of lawmak
ers in any age. and paid tribute to
the wisdom and statesmanship of
Woodrow Wilson, proclaiming him the
^tesrtnmn in tfa prs.idcncy since
Referring to the derisive insinuations
«rf SoaeevoH and Republicans fa which
they characterise the diplomatic coe
renoadcnca of the Wilson Adminis
tration aa “notes," he declared that
these notes were neat state docu
ments that would live aa long aa tho
cowotitetion itself; and he mid they
wane framed fa language aa nobla, aa
mnu and as elegant as ever eaune
from the nan of Gladstone or Temple
ton. In tide connection and at a high
pitch the speaker declared fa teQfaf
■armor that ^Woodrow W11 use's name
. r" ■ mock-heroic vein he referred
to thejmdBanjmoaa efforts of Oaadl
date Hughes la attacking President
Wilson and the preeeat Admlnistra
Uom He wound sp with a fervent ap
peal to the Democrats «f Scotland
oaoatf to eoms out to the pods la No
vamhnr with a record vets tor Dsmao
’ I*'the audience was Mr. W. N. Ive
rett of Rockingham, candidate with
Hon. L. M. BtoTto?’the State soneS
from this district. Mr. Morrison
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THE HEAT 18 GOOD FOB TOU.
A.VTl-Ti f HOiD CAMPAIGN GRT
TING GOOD START.
Mare Than Twa Hundred Took Treat
ment Monday at Wagrani aad
Saead*a Greve. '
Dr. A. C. Bulla, who arrived here
Sunday, and Monday, began tha work
•f vaccination against typhoid fever,
states that results Monday at Wagram
and at Snead’* Grave were highly
satisfactory, more than two hundred
people coming to the dlapenaariea at
th*»« places Tor the treatment. l>r.
Bulla otataa that a pleasing feature of
the work was tho fact that at each
plac* it was what is usually termed
the beat folks, who tool the treat
ment. They camo in automobiles and
bora themselves as men and women
«rf a bish type. Ttda Indicate# that
tho Intelligence ef tha community has
been reached and Ineurt. . splendid
■Rllisa for the vaccination work in
This example on the part of the
beet people will be an encouragement
to these of bumbler station in life,
who might under certain circumstan
ce hesitate to take the treatment. It
la> especially desirable that landlords
and farm managers encourage tenants
help generally U go to the
*n3 bko tha treatment,
which Is absolutely free of charge.
Is the wish of those in authority
that all the people understand that
tins treatment la in no way painful
and does not interfere with the nor
mal activities. The pels is nothing
■nor* than a pin scratch, and the
treatment usually occasions only a
•light reaction in tha system. It does
not make ■ sore.
It Is stated also that persona who
failed to ge to tha dispensaries this
<o; *5? **r to next
begin the treatment, as the
work will go for four weeks, giving
yet three appointment* at each dis
pensary in tha conn tv. Three treat
ments are necessary for complete im
Attention is called to the two oxtra
dispensary appointments at McBryde’.i
SS1*? Fr*d*y mornings end at
Marions Crass Friday evenings for.
th* four weeks of tha campaign. Be
low is a complete list of dispensaries
end dispensary appointments:
gust-21 28, and September 4 end 11.
Sneed’s Grove—Monday afternoons,
August 21 aad 28. sad September i
John’s Station—Tuesday morning*,
August 22 and 29, aad S.pUmber 5
—Tuesday afteraeoaa, Ao
nt 22 aad 22, aad Sept«mb«r 8 amt
day MHbmfr. August » and M, 'acid
September Band is.
a Wadneaday afternoons,
amf?A W *ad **’ ,nd September 6
Laurel Hill —‘Thursday mornings,
aiwfl? *4 8,1 September i
Old Hundred—Thursday aftemeoos,
anIRd! ** *n^ 31' end September 7
McBrydc’s School House—Friday
mornings, August IS, September 1/8
Marion’s Cruet—Friday afternoons,
August *6, September 1, 8 and 16.
BrilUant Marriage af Popular Couple
at John's Station Wednesday of
its ported for The Exchange.
The Methodist church at Johns
when Mias Psari Jonas became the
bndo of Mr. Robort Yoder of Hickory.
P5* Ji-B; 'rhomP,0*>. paster of
Simplicity waa the keynote tkat
graced the skillful hands sad minds
of those who directed the decorationi
in whits and green.
The pulpit and spaee beyond was a:
fTr*ml^.0,.Lon* l*** RMa, palms sod
‘•mm, the ebsacal column* festooned I
. «aP»*»*»M and white tulle, above
waa a white: arch draped in |
white and green. The setting waa
°®T <* 4«*Pt‘«*wl baanty. where I
riematic* gleamed like stars, while
iafms « altar caadlssticks il
lumined the whole scene.
Mias Janet Waathersnoon of San
ford artistienny renderod^To A Wild
**•« «m the giane, then to the strains
M1.. »e»d Thorn, of LlttUton, with
Kendall Mltelfoby Jones with Mr.
The bridesmaids wore draasas of not
over white satin with lace trimmiaga
and carried bouquets of brides rooes
and asparagus fern.
The flower girls, ttttie Misses Sarah
Grmc* »*cLaurin. tarried
baMcet bouquets of brides roast. scat
Jtri*<LS#e ‘SS*1* °* Pf^bwny of
tho Iwido. Thoy won hand-made
,rS£“ white organdie lace trimmed
with white aeahee and white tulle
Little Miea GUdyt Jones, sister of
the bride, was ring hearer, dressed
in white and carried the ring in a
Mias Claim Jones of Fayetteville,
sister of the bride, was, m.i/of heno^
and wore white chiffon tnnamed in
Mn, over white satin and carried a
bouquet of pink bridee roees.
The groom was attended by his
brother. Mr. Paal Yoder of Hickory.
The bride entered with her father,
Mr. Malcolm^ Jones, who mire her in
marriage. She was lovriw la bar
worn oag | jffset,
of Mdes mom and -aBor hllioW fif
DMbk the impressive ring cas
ti\5r‘b^**"* M?r!diahh£?,'wSd| £
> The bride la the oldest daughter of
Mr. and Mr*. Malcolm Jonasof John.,
who.* paternal lineage here link* W
yoad tea Bevolutionary parted in the
making of our great commonwealth.
5? f* Littleton and
Tftnjty Colleges, and is a woman of
bright mentality and attractive per
Mr. Yoder’s family has long been
P*"**S*w* in the educational and so
da] life of Western North Carolina.
H«‘» the son of the late R. A. Yoder.
D. D„ who for years was President of
UnohrCollega. Hie forspareate wars
angapd in odaeatioaal work In pion
eer dan and ha is also'engaged ia
edocattenal work, in which profession
he is very popular.
wsliCiHfsAjF* *• *
CURRIE annual reunion.
u Raacaa c Carrie
P*4*** at OM Hoaraetoad fee Aa
aual Lovr Peaat. '
• ; ,
Seacial to The Exchange.
.JAaguat 14. at the boas
t^* eoaotiy toy, of Nr W. N. Cur
«J»tar LaaNnbery. the nnnryU r*
■Jlw rf the deawBvfootr of the late
Daaeaa^C. Currie and hi* brother*
fl»* weather eraa ideal lor the oe
•f*1®*- R**Aeeed under
£*'?!?*• te partake of the
b3Ii“5 .if"** to the
****** * the family—a dinner that
BSr^mhSSKu "to to thm Um
s~ isra ,sia -s, is
******** »»e fehtre, erCw the yoonger
membere aajeyed an innocent errantry
jjj£“ along with other pan and
umt .tn wore rrmdy to no- I
the grove to bo rofrcohod by'
•f to **• good to match their tklU to
jj* ?—U< dt Looriaborg; Mr. i. A.
£■"£ m fIdrraad Mra. W.
Omja, M*. aad tin. L. P. Carrie, Old
Sg*.1*** *Jr *■ Oorri* and family.
3£fiS5Hfe ™ *_
aidt, Lanrinborg; Mrs. D. W. McNeill
tad, daaghtor. Mi.i Jaeei*, R*d
•At a leu boar the family and
ntenda rehuoed to their komea, ear
■tan SLAVE CASE FOR FED
* BEAL COURT HERB.
r«mg WMU Maa Held ia Daamrcr
Wl to Be Tried Herr oa fleriaae
» Charge. ,
JOd Wilmington Star of Wedacaday
gtrnUgeanSc the following etory:
58b. I. k.2?s iJSSs::
llw thpt hie daughter. Both Fft.
SHIPPING mix IS PASSED ST
i>mtm Shlpglmi Heard ul Ann
Brteta. IHSMM to Bay «r Oy
Wwhla^tan, Aun. II—The Govern
mmiitration. In tb« 1aAt Conmtit
by the aala irf Panama Canal boada.
Several important ■nmalmaiH ware
withhold clearance from maeten ed
-A* »»I* effort* wot*
made by Senator Borah, to attach the
Inclination MU to the 8hiyyb«
PrevWoo* ad the Maaaara. .
uThe Shipyty bill woaM create a
Mamben haetny bean tv,I
ho«f would ho aatboriaed, either™
Pwtljr or indirectly, through a oor
P ~ taSrssS* *srz
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