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It ft* aa*y to I—fain and eftaa
llfiahliuit fa aoUuna fart a fa*
tm It Ha* km aaiil, and fa
daad Ua» beeva** axiomatic, that
yaa can t**t fagfafata rigfataousnaaa
tafa folk*. Than fa a *oad deal
. afaMw *» *«« *«»<• <• arl
TW folks to this country who
talk Mto and lnm> aka at tbc
f*!ly of trying to legislate right
•aoaaaaK Into folks m those who
■ ; do wot care moth atari rightmi
■eoa- in fact they an intonated
to nathiag scared), eneapt the
gratification of aensto and appe
tites aN unrestrained license to;
commercial tb# ponton* and vices,
«f mew. To them prodt is monel
t __. fej to
._thr mind* at good A mart
ian* r*r*w. the prohibitum Uw.
ta th!< the lino* harm haan
par- *a>j> drawn. Not at] the
(Wd « ‘i»d an on the *Me of pro
hibits-n jrri not all the beirf i*
again*' Tirrvh'bilinn. Then arc
hti—* owe and women on both
aide* bat the greet preponder
ance of nn'niun (a again** liquor
and n?*r iva wiB be. Moally tba
lama deeha, tha rot*. the wine
bibber*, tba gaatan end the pre
dater* -ntareata are agaiaet pmM
Mtiea. What they ate aekfog 1*
that the hraanem paopU legalise
bnaMeg^'ny ami “*f*ak-aa*y"
JaMs and Ht* deo* and the who!*
man and wiwn-n who wiB do ,*b»
<Me~ rather than nett'e down to,
ban! wn*V and decent tiring.
It la In-ooeeWaM* th*t the con
adanea «f America wtB be laBed
M* hrffr-mv* by the eefce of
the iwrpert. Prohibition may net
V* ♦»- •»«■** «hh*», f may nnt be
a*1 teasihae good. ft may oat do
who* many wwdd hare it da, hat
ft ad* nee»r W^hsnirnsd w«1
ia net popular fa
and that ia eery
that H la efteettee. ,
'im' Pr>'v*t» capital? Soma eUl
| an-war rw ami some nu. depend
I InjC on th« information at twad
j ifj .?TT t* tho -r~-rMpn
} Whar at'litilo^r'^no^eoa^aalS^a^
i capinp tho crpalar and fefMmata
.ospomno of tho trade, U common
I la North Cmihuu Schools and or
Inhaaapm and other Inotfations
have not hooitated to establish
j nrintla* plants la competition with
. trada. So loo* ad thoao plants.;
>1 hoy* ar oooofcta.1
1 by tha miss, It is
® thrna could ho serious!
to tha work. It stands to!
*—"»■> »tot a prist shop that haa!
no mat t* pay, so labor charge
••d hat bttlo if say noirrhsad. can
do work cheaper than tho araratol
5*^ sbopa that mast awt sDI
lofttliaalo coots of doinc business. I
Friafam hare waged a dotermia
*» ««ht, and are still IghUag, the
government envelope aMdy, which
»oW the trade of a large volume!
of baainam every year. Tha coa
Mwar la able to buy envelope*
cheaper from the government, and
if there U a deficit In tha depart
ment it can bn taken care ml wtth|
White money. But la that iegki-j
mate bmiwwf la It aaond moral-'
ly and economically • Suppose the
Karmwrmnmmt should go into the
huiking boaiaaM .the department
■tore business, or tha grocery
hnrinom. in competition with pri
vets rote rye las.
Wo dealt if 3*r. Poe’. prison
orint ah«p fai anythin* more than
• bubble. It is Hire a new toy and;
■» KOdk aa they «M tired playing
'Hth it are win hear nothin* man'
«f it. But the Mem of printers ia|
Jail ia exciting!
Shootinx Fire Crackers
Some citizen* ot Liutiabug arc
pmtaatiair'at the wanton manner
*“ which mm and bojra am ahoet-]
imr fira cradomoo the atmoU and
near place* of bciinca* and raai
dancaa. Flam aotna imliridoai*
thara ia a demand that the dtp
•nthorftlaa put a ban on the fin
I •maker, prohibiting it* aale to *!.e
city a * I ''lrhfcMt'ng the ahoofcag of
fhwe Mnanli of deviltry an
the (treat*. The complaint is net
withoo* foundation, end the condi
tions at which people tomjUtm are
evtainiy net what they ra%ht ha]
Hew te cope with the (Uuetioo
and how to restrain the Mlarfami
portion*. To start with tbei w
HttW possibility of oat lowing tits!
Are cracker as Ion* as It la ia the
heads of boys. Before the Jrre
nrr**ibUity and the irrnaponslWli
tv of youth the T)"*r*r» that ba
are impoteatand kelpies*. If a boy
amiar sixteen year* of e«e should
ran wild and shoot firs crackers
rfl over town, them is no law
that would p**ter him very orach.
| You can not pat him la prison and
| you can not deal with him in the
wntarly constituted court*. The
hteealle court i« nothin* more than
camouflage and oely make* a bad
situation more dMScuH to tal
IV knee a ka*o Are eraekar w
alade order one’* heels or at Ma
front door la a miisonce. There la
T* srmmaot oa this point- To
V“*e them paomiserasly and eoo
Moaosriy exploded on the streets
-*rt all oear town for weeks be
fore Christmas U an on trace,
floch a practice, if encurbad, wfll
lead eventually to somethin* mam
The CkrWaM Basket
Good people of the eomnmnity
M matdntr plan* far the diatriha
Horn <m ant vttk of Christman
haahaat to aaady famllle* rad in>
rtirMuat*. TMa la a moat worthy
^ __J |k., . -IJ,, »„ |
miprpri** >nn iiK>rf>ogni\ in wtp*
Inc with the (TbrUtma* spirit
That* la aa way la which wa aaay
eat *o much of real happiness out
of the Christmas saaaaa «a la
earryUur aabotaatlal n»ac«ari*n» of
nympathy and adrwtmiaf to
those in .Patron* Particularly
wa ahaalf raaka aa edbrt to M«
happhwt* to all IPtlo chBdraa at
thin Maas*. Think of a Uttle fol
low rdne throuah the holiday’
with no daft from Santa Ctma aad]
piaadMji without aaSMant faad and'
hapa has amdo tha way af Wa
hard. Thar* are eases af real
'*»•» <•»<> odkc in JnM 0r nut
i Oi. L R« ulaiAaas—ht't
|“ «• "•-*» W» In thh.
*t*t* a well known.college txeoi-1
«leet in retiring Awn dTcc um
year became ho in 7a year* old.
Georgia'* «uxt governor la Ju«
gelng Into oftew at Urn tamo age.
JUny do the beet work of their
live* aftor they have paaoed tho
hWf century mark. Age i* a
leiive term. Many man at 40 and1
** >ro »Wer than the new Georgia,
governor to at 70. In late yearai
our Mean of old age and long life!
have changed materially. The nan1
•f Wo io being lengthened and aa
***u team mote and do hatter they I
»*y vsaronably expect to live long
er. But think of living and wot-It-I
tag for 70 year* and then being'
elected governor. That U certain-,
ly an unique dietioction. !
, NEGRO steals
HEARSE AND GETS
A JOY RIDE1
I Th* Maxt«i Scottish Chief tells
HfiwAJS1 DwWVthe under
eoaudered a toko tandiax to reflect
« th. Wth.tSTto^SS.1
fact that miwi one dW steal
Heerec of Mr.
Daniel*, thn undertaker Mondavi
morning the ^hok community
5? if ‘V*? *,r J*"* it Jndud
«T Mr. r*aie!*. the undertaker
£VC'Ari*0 v’n'- l!s
•jl iother Tneenn of corarntmlMtlon
»cUvlty. with the
w«nit that t ., hrarne vraa return
£“ by the ' river, who had taken
It away JU t to set Mane when.
Ww‘:L *“***■ e»y« that
" t)«e bears* m preference
; » ^k that was in, tbs
soed at the cams time, ae the
had a flat tire, and he did
£S* *?** ''he waKimr to fix the tire.
[«»•*«» wax eonaidcrabljr dam
sw tfwsa. s. aa
barj and other plaoaa it vac found
Then too ha drove the ear at a
[*■*7 high rule at speed.
Harris waa an mad and placed
*“ the lockup, charged andar aav?
•>•1 warrant* with tureeney of the
car, wjtt) being drunk while driving
an the highway, and with driving
at an umawfal rata at apeed.
Ranis Breaks JaU and Escapes
t— * ■■ ^ *“• Si —
Will Harris. He was not so well
satisfied with his quarters at the
lockup and with out-side help he
secured hack ssws and cut the
bar* of the Jail windows and mads
good hie escape, while the populace
was enjoying its quiet moose.
Rariy next morning it was discov
ered that Harris had made n gat
away and the last search did not
toeatr. the thief.
Harris came to Marion from s
town in South Carotins and had
only been in Marion about 18
month.*. Ha U now believed to be
a notorious criminal, probably
escaped from prison. He has been
in limbo several times under dif
Ordinarily a negro has a horror
of a eoflin or a hearse or any de-1
vice that ia connected with a dead
person, bat with Will it was dif
ferent, he had nn fears
There wss another negro. It was
learned, who intended to taka the
trip with Harris, bat tbs trip was
plumed te be made in the track.
The flat Ura on the truck made a
change in Harris' plana ami ha
drove eat the hearse for the trip.
The other negro also made a
change in plans and derided that
a hears# was the but thing that
He wanted to ride in. He declined
to go with WIN.
lyraadT Hriumru^yy »*?»
•ffi ITucj m>on
«••- la »ilr—?|„,;"F>?t| «"
bed«r<l aarttm* th/Tj""*'*.
fbr hmiIiIm knJ*" m«pi(
•cn«>rsu«i mi IB *: ;.; '
rlcaJ amt •inn*nai*|flr “V
H to rlui and 4" »• *»•
t*br*. In l*n«tr*.
T*. Twtooio 'I***
**••• population* r£T" ""22*
or I bo BrtSb P^P**
2r«r« p~p* “uJSLiTTE:
BUTlaM Of awnJr®- *•»*•
■«*• practically *r ^ •**■*•
of Hoi load and D the In^yuan
of Europe It ta<Hi.0'',Vk_0qt>V*
•» »!>• aboTo-np2?*'
that hare cnlfe*
Harder, luiltal^ Africa.
•*** b«»» tb«lr i “»™«wwd ni
flint rr! fa, tfapjet Nhw. «*t,
tr. Sot for noth lr*“PWa loqotr
PJayrnJ aim to. u# wwOrpM m*.
•■aod arrow baa *rraw- Th* po»
bWorr tor thortp^?red *» bTimor
“■wot rweoa" a^y—ra.
•««*■ Pliny wrc*?* dMto»w>t P"t
a**** a artstvoo) ’bo Oaoti
mattw **. tooOmt doeajrod Raima)
M th. p.tot to put .ir.tr
•“■o Macao la ™*r arrow*, fag
d»a»b poaalty t_***•* tk*
bow! of doadl. u^HWrt via a
™*rvel« of H «m of fee
**«l la eowy.dj*- •« h lo be
g*®1- I* most kClJL0^1®,®*““K
*•**. rot It lo M®*th® th* *lr to
•M reason its UtrT ““**■ »■««.
«“•** It. It cot. r\ ***b®r on or bo
tko onrforp of tht“* u Man? opon
•Mty creators dof ••tor unoo
ft Ossa below tbo** ®P to"A. Whop
to bo «UsNnta« »*Jto®®lt *" *«*
tpidor if cfttb babbles. Tb#
Motion. hi ik^ototfd with little
*“*• with It toJ2« 1ewt» the air
■kto of tbo optda. *• »»*». Tbo
neror wot 'r *■ eooaoqooaUy
■ut tadto* Ucrt' at '&• Dutch
W^LL_ i ■ i^. :v.
Mon than two million pounds of
eopMV warn required by the Unit
ed States Treasury Department in
76 per cent e&pper.
The attain of the old nxpreeidon.
"Please the l>i*«," is Please the
P4ra,M from the old Saxon v.oru
“Pita," a vintin. It originally
meant “the Vintin pennltUna."
An opa i*«d davfiah wti* found
thiity-fiea foot below tbs surface
hi the fanout opal Baida at WMtc
Cltta, New South Wales. The
WES* and til la mint of pur
ple opal nnclrctfd the fish from
tip to tip.
• than half at many buggies
were manufactured in IMS as in
Mnontj opposition to tin. •'no hnt’*
custom *iti- sorw'.tir v cntc-a, «ov
OltllJe ■! o'rttfu .■> o' IV ' •> '► ,v?4u
tonivnty the custom of chief clerk*
"to cheek the preenne* o>' their m*
wMiui'k, monu-nui'tiy «i<s <it from
the office, by thrir linlA hunipnjr
nutsidn the nooi.
Two angry polar barn- became
as docile as lamb* when t\o crew
of u schooner started uirtfinc.
Are Friendly to the
Family Bank Account
Like Lullwatrr Men's Shirts, Over
all*. Jumper* and Pants. L nil water
Play Suita are made to stand the
kind of wear that reins ordinary
, service garments. And tlwy do.
bn in addition to this, in appear
ance ard style, they are as neat sod
well t" ade as any so-called "dnae
up" pl-y suit.
All Latlwater Play Suits hm
double sewed seams, are cat Ml
snd roomy, snd are guaranteed nac
tc fade. The picture shows dak
gsn-ral style sod bow well they fix.
Lullwater bungalow Dresses arena
attractive as the Play mi
ehry are real service gan—
Luixwatbk play Sum
FROM COTTON MU, TO YOU
ujp-£z ter atirAtfya.’s
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WHB,Aii2SiriM5^ ***** 1-tALWATf-R GARMENTS, BOOMOMT
« OCMKWT AND GOOD APPEakavce APE ASniOD
A lUnta u m Oncgh
\ WALTER T, CANDi XR. PmUkk
gifts for men
• ft7hy Not Shirts?
A aufatfCBBtUl firfft. No man has
too matfty- Lustrous broadcloth
«iw> p^ple shirts with and with
y"F 11 so
Osiers 98c to $2.95
Msn’b rW MWhy socks JQ,
Jn tact Oo*ors--wC
Patt^rne for father end brother,
awMtlxWrt or relative—all here in
full fgjtbkmad eat sflks at
•50c “ $1.50
"Kayser? "GothamM Gold
Stripe. "True Shape”
In every desirable shade, full
fashioned, silk to the hem. Won
derful new Christmas showings.
Chiffon and Service weights.
$1.50, $1.85, $1 95
*£"*”!* 50c “* $100
Ladies'' Handkerchiefs in
A great assortment of ladies hand
kerchiefs pnt up in the most beau
tiful boxes we have ever shown at
prices ranging from
25c, 50c “* 95c
Men's fln« mercerised cotton sad*
pore Linen hemstitched initial
handkerchiefs in Holiday boxes
75c “ $2.00 4ox
pie gift she would select herself.
Bsyoo sad Crepe De Chine Undies.
Bloomers, Teddies, Gowns, etc.
Ladled Outing Gown
GLOVES FOR GIFTS
A splendid assortment of high
quality Charaoiaette Gloves for
Ladies and children. Also the
"Kayaer" silks. Mostly with the
now turned over cuff. An new
Give Linens for Christmas
Turkish Towels, extra values,
25c, 39c 65c
Pure Irish linen towels—
Pure Linen Table Damask,
$1.95 $3.45 71
Linen Napkins to match,
Rayon Bedspreads. 80x105 pretty
_ $1.35 “p
£ T:'~ 35c
$t inch Pepperell bleached sheet
per yard ——. _v9v
Showy Christmas presents. Colors.
Black, Navy, Purple, Red.
98c **$3.75 •
Greenburg*s Dept. Store
Lmmrimbmrg, North Carolina