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POLK COUNTY NEWS. TRYON; N. C.
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HAVING WON UNDYING FAME
IN FOUR SHORT MONTHS
THE 80YS COME HOME. -
UNDER THE ARCH OF VICTORY
Record of Regiment Proves It d(orthy
of AH Honors America and North
Carolina Can . Bestow.
Pressure For Quick Action.
, Swamped by lettersand telegrams
asking him to appoint "anywhere from
10 to 25 members of . $he .North. Caro
lina' highway commission, Gbtcnipr
Btckett who I had meant-tottake-, his:
time in selecting four imeh to direct
the $22,800,000 road , project - written
last week uto law, may be driven to
make his appointment earlier ;ihi self
defense. :';. -y : ;;:'vl' v:
The name most" persistently offered
is that of ( Henry Branson Varner.
good roads ou g for 10 years ind " pub
lisher of the only turnpike magazine
south of New Yprk or east of Chicago.
Mr. Varner .is chairman j of Governor
Bickett's rison, ;too, but he is Srst.
last and ail; the timeTarroad'.enthusij
ast" He- has m6re indorsemenfsT than
any -man in 'the. state;::-r:vl;':' '.
The positions are more sought than
any public station filled by -Governor
Bickett since he began the governing
business. The west the "center, and
the-east have their "peculiar geograph
ical appeal. Then there fs a jmember-at-large.
The members . receive for
their actual work a per diem of $10
and expenses. .The chairman of the
commission wondl draw a wage of $5.-;
500 and expenses. . : : i :
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i ISSUE OF
BRIGHT PROSPECTS AHEAD
YELLOW PERIL IN
iMliOYED CMFOEfl IMTtuNATIOIt AL
Contract for a New -Street Railway
'System Has Just Been Signed by
the CityJof Fayetteville. ;
$1,000,000- V ILL:
BE -SUBMITTED TO VOTE 7
' OF THE. . PEOPLE.- '..'-'
Newport News, Va. (Special.) Hav
ing won in four short but terrible
months of warfare, undying fame
through its operations with' each of
the three American armies in France,
materially assisting in blasting out
ihe break of the , Kremheild line, the
11 3th fipld artillerv is rfiatiri? in an
American camp, joyous in the thoupht Washington
that a few days hence they will be
again among those they left behind
when they sailed from. New x York last
.May 26. ' . ': : . ' ' V "v j '
After a troubled night's rest on the
Santa Teresa which brought the regi
ment here from France the boys
came ashore. ' i..
Battery after battery passed up the
gangway, each man receiving a cake
of chocolate, a doughnut , and a: Hrge
package of cigarettes, but they never
looked up and , the redness ol their
faces hardly all could have been at
tributed to the chill of the morning.
Tramp, tramp, in thunder of
sound they traversed the pie and
into the street, with Old Glory and
the regimental colors fluttering in the
brisk breeze. Tramping with the
bearing of victorious heroes, they of
the khaki line marched. , under the
arch of victory, nearly completed .by
the North Carolina, citizens of this
town and theirN neighbors. , It was fit
ting that a unit of .the .Thirtieth divi
sion should be the first to pass under
this massive and artistic work of ma
sonry and the record of this crack
unit justifies the assertion that it is
worthy of all and more of. the honors
that America and North Carolina " can
Fayetteville. - The Fayetteville
'Chamber of Commerce tat its annual
meeting paused to . review the most
prosperous 12 months in its history,
and looked forward to the most prom
ising year that has ever awaited Fay
etteville. The "repqrts of the various
officers'and directors showed progress
n. Two very substantial instances of
.thisj kind ' were brought v out .wheh
Mayor -J; J D. McNeill, reporting for
the ' conventions, , entertainment and
'.Street , railways committee, told of
the signing of papers that" day with
Ta Richmond capitalist, who is to build
Washington. N. C One of the most 1 a street railway through the principal
ATTENTION OF JAPANESE - IS
" r- . . . . , .f f f
CALLED TO OUR ATTITUDE. ON
ALIEN LAND HOLDING.'
DATE OF ELECT ON APRIL 20
Office of States and Federal Govern
i - ment to Assist is Accepted By the ;
i ' 5 Board of County Commis'rs. ''
ONE MJLtiON ACRES - SOUGHT
No Land Sales, to Foreigners .Which
Might Be Used for Military or
' Naval Purposes Favored.
One Bureau to Be Retained. " '
nance of ; more -employment bureaus
than the 56 determined upon when;
the federal employment service was
oraerea reaucea oecause ot - me - iacK
of funds will be made possibly by co
operation of volunteer workers. Di
rector General Densmore .said. Hp
explained heads of many of the stat?
organizations had offered tq continue
at - nominal salaries and their clerical
staffs had arranged to conduct their
work during spare hours.
fThe cities in which the federal em
ployment service w'lV continue its bu
reaus after Mirch 22 include Raleigh.
N. C, Columbia, S. C. Richmond and
1 Washington. As a'. 'result' of tele-
grams from Senator Phelan, of Cali-
f ornia, . giving information. of a pro
posal, by Japanese 'interests to acquire
a large tract of land in Lower Cali
fornia owned by Americans, the state
mahentroads throughout the county, fiaS "Ug nWr department has called the attention
-;kA J ibuHdingof a 'woodworking, plant, and . , --.
streets of Fayetteville, to the Cape
.Fear river and to Camp Bragg, and
when n.U.. Saridlin, head of the di-
yp in snoiai W,in -9nH aiifl,i fP '' Ol i WBOiesaw ana mausinai av
Ian, -election- to vote on a million-doUar :rno' M"
important meetings ever - held by any
set' of officials inTBeaufdrt county was
held when, the county, commissioner j
bond issue for the construction of Peri Jacksoii thers Lumber.Com
i o a k . k A,.w : Pan which has bought land .for th
The date for the! election was i fixed Ur; 71"' -of the ownine cornoraUon. the Cali-
securea me passage or ordinances at-1 - - . - - - -
for April. 29.. The commissioners also
decided to accept the proposition of
fered by' the State and Government
for assisting in road building, agree
ing to put up one-fourth of the amount
required to secure federal aid. They
also donated $500 to be used on the
celebration which.- it is planned to
give Beaufort county boys who have
been in the service upon the return
of Battery B of the s113th Field Artil
lowing the building-of spur. tracks to fornia-Mexico Land Company, of Los
the. site and the opening of two new 'Angeles, to the attitude of the United In ' Egypt.' Israel was to be the' relig-
CBy RFTV, P." BrFITZWATKiy D DL.
Teacher of English Bible In the Moody
Bible .Institute of .Chicago.)
Cop.vrijtht. t. Wesirn Newspaper 't'Bion.l
LESSON FOR MARCH 30
review. ' v
GOO'S HAND IN A NATION'S LIFE
SELECTION FOR READING John Z4:
GOLDEN ' TEXT Righteousness exalt- "
eth a nation; but sin Is a -reproach to any. '
people Proverbs 14 :24. '
PRIMARY TO PIC How God led fa$
leading ' v "...' ' ;t -
INTERMEDIATE TOPIC--Evidence 4of ,
God'a guidance. ,:B, .! ,st,'-. - ,iV.-
Since Israel was a theocratlcbation,' ,;'
1 m. a.t L L 1.' ' ' . m . . f '
be to trace God's hand In that nation's -'-
life. Israel' was led,. fed. clothed and.,
disciplined by God. . r -, J fl , ? -Lesson
I. God's hand Is clearly dls- 'j
cernibie in the experiences of Israel - 1
streets in the southeastern part of the
city, , hy which $thv: property will h
reached. The company will employ
700 hands here. v
Greensboro-New Bern Road. : . ".
Completion of the hard-surfaced
road from New Bern, to Greensboro,
"provided the . matter, - is pushed
enough," by , the end .of the coming
summer, was prophesied yesterday by
Mr. W: S. Fallis.' engineer of " the
North Carolina , Highway: Commission
Work in Alamance . county is al
ready under .way Mr. Fallis announc
ed, and plans are, completed for the
road in Durham, Orange, and Wake
Amendments to Constitution. .
No legislative act was considered
more "thoroughly by the General As
sembly than Governor Doughton's pro
posed amendment to the State consti
tution. It was gone over In detail at
hearings before both the house and
senate finance, committees and was
discussed at length on both floors of
the legislature. It now goes to the
people for consideration with the pre
diction from wise public leaders that
it will be adopted.
5 Two amendments are embodied in
the bill, one being to change the con
stitution as to taxihg incomes and the
other lowering the neriod of residence
to one year in the State as a requisitg
for voting. 1 1 1
. Ex-Soldier Caught Blockading. "
Statesville. E. J. Cain, a young
soldier recently discharged from the
military service, giving- his home as
the northern part of this county, was
arrested by Police Officers Gilbert
and M ills. He was caught in the act
of measuring up a lot of blind tiger
liquor. The officers had gone to the
home of Charlie Allison, colored,! to
search his premises for some articles
recently stolen here. Allison was un
der suspicion of having received them.
The officers not suspecting anything
unusual, walked into the home of the
negro and found Cain and the colored
man in possession of four gallons of
.whiskey. Cain was H arrested and
tried Saturday night and released on
bail of $200. His team consisting of
a horse and buggy were seized by the
officers and it together with the whis
key was turned over to the county;
authorities. - .
More TQbaccoWarehouies. i
Sanford. -A second tobacco ware
house company has been organized to
erect a warehouse ior the coming sea
son m samora.
The stockholders held their first
meeting last nigh't in " the Commercial
club rooms and elected the following
directors: H. A. Palmer, J. W; Cun
ningham. J. E. Brinn.. K. L. Baldwin,
J. E. Walker, M. C. Reeves and Geo
L. Stone, who met and elected J. W.
Cunningham. r president, and ; -: J. E.
Brinn. secretary. The directors also
appointed a committee to secure char
ter, select lot and " erect a building,
work to begin within SO days if pos
sible. ; ' v.- - --iV--
Thi outlook for a larse -tobacco
crop in Lee. county this year as good
TTrtAnsivi nrenarations . have been
made in the way; of plant beds. Be
tween 40 and 50 tobacco farmers have
moved into the connty this year and
have already made . arrangements for
crons. It is expected that there will
be more, than two million pounds put
on the Sanford market this fall.
States government toward such sales
of 'property" which 'might be used for
military or naval purposes. ; ? - -
It was said at the state department
;the land in question was' reported to'
comprise nearly a million .across .-The
use, to which the prospective, purchas
ers prqpose . to, put it ',is not .known
here... . i. .- : ..;'' : . ,
Documents indicating the , attitude
of the government to which the ,de:
partment called the Los Angeles ocm-
pany's attention included the Lodge
resolution in the 62nd Congress, and
a message by President Taf t. .? .
The Lodge resolution : declares the
sales of property by Americans to
any nation which might use the site
as a base to threaten the united
States could hot be" seen without
grave concern by the government of
the United States." The 1 message of
President Taft I transmitted a k report
by Secretary Knox in response' to a
senate resolution, and conveyed cor
respondence" bet ween the off ice of the
secretary of state and' a New York
lawyer who represented a Japanese
syndicate which sought to purchase
land on Magdaleria' bay. ; '
SITUATION IN EGYPT
r IS DISTINCTLY GRAVE
Fair of the Carolinaa.
New Type of Road.
Charlotte The Mecklenburg cottn-
ty commissioners have under consid- tlm is distinctly grave, a Reuter'
r.harlhtte The directors of the eration a new type Ot aspnauic roa. Mtny frftTT, rnim sav- General
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Fair of the Carollnas decided' to hold -: with the view of using it on the nign- ienby. the ' commander: in; Palestine.
a fair here duriner nrobablv the second wavs of this county. , ' - wm raorh.irn Tnesdav. The larpe
week in next October. The meeting The' advantage of the road was forCes of troons already in. Egypt are I out food." 1 God sent them 'manna and
inails The manna' did not fail them
LondbnThe' situation m Eevnt- is
becoming worse 'and- at the-resent
Twitoh from Cairo savsi General ai-
North Carolina Casualties.
The following list of casualties - CT&r-
seas among North Carolina troops was was called for the nurpofie of electing pointed out to be that little rock will beingreinforced
lous ' teacher of - the world, therefore
the nation must sojourn in Egypt, the v
most advanced in learning of any' na-:
tion at that? time. ' In order that'Mosea
the great 'lawgiver might be equipped
with the best possible education God
used Pharaoh to oppress tlie people. ;
This oppression serted;a threefold ur-
pose J (1) ' It served' the testimony' to -the
Egyptian nation that the living God
was the God of Israel. -The more they ; ,
oppressed them,' the more they multi-" '
plied. (2) It served a beneficent' pur
pose In bringing the nation Into its ',
own. It , required the crucible of , suf '
fering to bring humanity into its own.' '
- (3)' It made the nation willing to leaved
Egypt and go to Canaan, the promised
land. ?r Had not the' hand bfbppressiotf " -oeen
. upon them s they would have '
chosen to remain in -Gosheh ..'. . v
Lesson II. When Israel was ready to'.'
go to Canaan God had' a' leader ready, .
for i the difficult task. - His parentage, v
education at his mother's knee and mt
lharaoh's ? coui't; and comnranicatlon
with God- in . the desert- of iAlidian had
equipped him forlthls.wark.C!
y. Lesson III. Though enslaved, by a
powerful nation, God' undertook free- '
dom for Israel, . and by ten ; telling .
strokes the plagues he tore " the
shackles from their hands and set them -free.
The Pnssover is a meniorialof r
that blessed deliarerance. . - '
Lesson I V. God "opened the Bed sea
and made a path of safety for Israel to
cross, : but overwhelmed" Pharabli ' ahd
his hbstsnn the seaf J, s " W , " .
when they faced the wilderness wit-
recently made public by the War De
partment at Washington:
" Killed in Action Privates Jenkins
v ,u." Fennell. Ivanhoe: R. L. BlackWell.
ceived informal applications from all
the counties but one in the New Bern
Greensborb route to take advantage
of the Federal aid this season. The
one excepted county, Lenoir, is push
ing a $2,000,000 bond issue, so Js sure
to.be in with the, rest ,' : ,: :
In the four counties mentioned 17
miles of pavement are to be-built 'in
Orange, 10 to 12 in Durham, the same,
in Wake and 25 in - Johnston. . Ala
mance has 13.4 miles to do. - -
"The road can be built this summer
if the matter is" pushed," said Mr. Fal
lis. " , ' ' -
This is a Federal aid road, which
means that the county will, pay one
fourth of the cost the" jState one
fourth and the - Federal government
. the remaining half. " - i. '
No Need to Forward Papers
. Washington (Special). Regulations
Mill, previously . reported
, Died of Wounds Corp. W. A. Davis
Seaboard, previir.:sly reported miss
ing ..-- : ,r'--. ;' . .....
Died of Disease Corp. Richard E.
Adams, Asheville: Privates J. E. Lew
Is, Morven ; Harry Owens,' Garlan d :
Rov A. Summer. Dallas; James Til
lerv. Halifax: Charles Vaughan. Coal
field: vRoger Williams Wade: Sergt
M. Clark Johnson. , W'nston-Salemv
Privates F.': E. Soivey, Maggie ; D. G
Britton, Rich Sou re : ." Artfe ' Fllis
Huntersyille; W. M. Hrwood, Wav
-rville; L. L. Ausbon, RobersonvUle ;
Robert Gallis. Aurora; Rob t. Vaughan,
Died of Accident Private T. G
Hut Alert . - : '
S?ck Hospital P"ivte Robt. L
Ross. xGsoti. rrevonly repartee
missmg;, E. Powftll. White Oak, previ
ouW reporting In
officers for the ensuing year and for
discussing , plans by. which the fair
next fall would be operated
A conference with the directors of
the Charlotte Merchant's association
will be requested by the fair associa
tion directors for the purpose of dls:
cussing with the merchants the mat
ter of securing their Qo-operatioh in
holding the fair. r '
be reouired. Unless some preparation a lrge number, of armM bednixins until they came into Cauaan.
can be secured - which can be laid hinre eptered Behira! province, i Wer Lesson VI . God sent Jethro to give -without
rock the county commission- gyot from .the west .and are rMibing ueeded counsel to Mosesi The strength -ers
will be undoubtedly unable to do towns and villages.'-. The situation; is of Mdses was about to break.1 God'fook
any - extensive repair work on - the not carded as presenting-any mill- one outside of the commonwealth of
Mecklenburg county roaas. Mr. sac- tarv danger.
Donald said last night Because of , The Turkish fa is reported to be
the labor shortage during the fall and flymK ; jn some' villages of - Beheira
winter"irthe farmers of the county Dr0vince. There are no reHrts of any
have gathered practically no rock and caitfes having been suffered by .the.
it would be prohibitory to shipit here
for road purposes.
Delight of Traveling Public.
Next Mayorjof Gastohra. ;
Gaston ia. Friends ot. Capthin R.
Gregg Cherry of i Company A. 115th
now en route home frpm France, have the ; Q.Henry Hotel have rbeen. orr;
i k.- ed and it is expected that tms new
flee of mayor of Gestonia. This fact hostelry . will be occupied not later
will come to Captain Cherry as' a sur
prise when he lands in the homeland.
The mention of his name in connec
tion with this office is without his
knowledge or consent but his friends
believed that he would not turn a deaf
ear.to.the call, which will beunani
mous. .' - '.:.:,-,.,. .
mHtary, but some ' nrominent native
officials and Rflveral. Egyptian police
have been killed. - , v.;....-'--'--
- , . 50 MISSOURI LEOI9LATORS
Greensboro.-The furnishings for 50, K-w;DCcn Tn ppsigN
than Mav 1. It is understooa tnai iae
contractors expect to hand over the
kevs of the completed building early
in April. The furniture will be placed
as rapidly as possioie w, to run for ra-rlction: pW theysnt
w.i to h or.cuoied in a short time j rn V ' . ...i.
UVVVt M.KT V --"w
will b hailed with delight by,, trav-
liner salesmen and others who visit
Greensboro frequently or occasionally.
Jefferson City? Mo Fifty. Pmo-
cratic mmebrs of the Moiiri 1as-'
lature offered to resign if Sef - tr :J s.
k 1 Red? Democrat from - momtv
would resin from the IT" ited States
senate The lVt6rs t bm ororo'
governing the payment of t$G0 bonus ReturflM to Duty Private J- I
ji.i)riraH soldiers -were ' ' f
iu uuuuiauij movu.v- I TPPie.. NaVR, v - .
amended by the War .Department to
day to permit the acceptance by' ais
Varsing officials of a "true copy" of
discharge certificates. Heretofore the
original certificates were required,
but it was found many? soldiers re
fused to part with the papers, prefer
ring to lose the bonus rather than
risk the loss of official evidence i of
tVi oiv linnnid Mo foiA.ase 'from - "the
army. ;; :.:V;.,'v':.Vvr
All copies submitted under the'
amendment authorized must be certi
fled by the army recruiting - officer
dearest the soldier's residence. .
Severely Wo""deH Srt. L. P.
V. Williams. Vnxon: H. L: Gff.
tMv : -LJeuts. W. H, RoM ?.rd '
TV R. Nimocks. F?yetv?iie: Privntr
T. A. Moore. Trust: Albert R?nor.
Dii"i. rviTisly reno''' nisinc:: 3
V Harv'll Comel'us 3. N. nnrnr
S9TOT)"avv rev'otlv reported
eifr.i-r : Wounded Privates nw V,
riiii w.h Poi"t r W: F .MDona?,
TTt.v: .Tar"". Rve. Saforrt - f, ti
Uarr""Vv H'mony ; Lieut J. H. Cold
well. Clemmons. . . .
Hambrick Charges Dismissed.
Gojdsboro. O. V. Hararick, princi
pal of the Goldsboro high school, was
Elections on ; Petition, ,
Shelby. The county board of com-
.-jt .,.11 An fo forffli nH'r
vote :in Missouri on the league of na
tions. ' .:-"' ' "' ''--.
The bons of roreseuf r
ntl lio ref oiutions . a-H' vw
that Benstoi- Reed m')!,?.v nt:
hW opnosition- to resiaent v h5u .4
tried in the countv court upon the L jstissioners on petitions signed bythe rogram
TAtpm of No. 5 ana no. n iowuwj
issued calls for elections to be held HYDoOA i pot Mt cai ;
in each town April 14 on the question TWO FLIERS ARE KILLED
of bond issues for good roads. no. o
will vote on an issue of $40,000 worth
t Kona while No. lt'.wUl vote on an
for young Grady, stated following the issue ;Of ?S0,006 worth of honds., ii
wa antfifl- with thMA : to elections carry. &s 11 18
Judge Bland's decision, and that while thought they 'will, because the state- WA j.: A. rte K. x H-m-o-d,
it -nht nossible to 'anneal the case wide road law uuu- t .oTit' aio noi r
he inteded placing sme in the hands tion is called, the issues can carry oa
of the next - Wayne county grand a majority of votes casi
charge of assaulting Harold Grady,
one of the school pupils with a stick.
After hearing both sides of the case
Judge- O. H. Bland refused to find
Hamrick: guilty of this offense. Hon.
J. L. Barham. prosecuting attorney
Israel, and through ' himebmmiftifctfted v
the wisdom which 'Moses n'eeded 'Hb
save him from collapse -through ' over
VS'Ork.' ' i ' . ' -iy. ,..'-r f.-'-'f 'f.'j.'i1 f
Lesson VI L' At Sinai Israel Is organ- r
ized into a nation, and the ten com- -mandments
are given as their consti
tution. ' in this constitution. ' is clearly
set forth man's duty to Godsand his'
obligation to his fellow metf. v- 1
Lesson Vltt. G6d's hand Is -seenT lh'
his burning anger against the -nation
for turninc away ;from.him to, worshln
tbeA golden calf He, Is a Jealous God,
h.e ; will ,nottolerate a rival,., : , x.. k ',
spies, are sept to search , out Canaan. ,
When, they were. urged to take posses-. '
si on of the land according to God'a
promise Jhey rebelled Because of-this
failure God caused them to wander ln
the. wilderness for 38 years... , ..t
Lesson;. X,, Whenr God's disciplinary
'measures had run, theIr,course te peon;
pie were back again upon the, borders
of Canaan. Joshua. was chosen 7 by. ,
' God to lead the people, as Moses time
to depart had come. ' -' ,
Lesson XI. In the cities of refuge
God provided .that revenge should not
take the place of Justice.. .- , , . ,
;Z Lesson XII.., Before ..Joshua's death ,
Pensclo, fi Two tit off
- So tiv1 : station X"". r,
j.rminA foil. Into the ,bwY. ; Thov
- - -
the accident has not been determined.
hearted obedience to' God and separa- .
tion from their wicked neighbors. ', 11
Women's Clubs to' Help.
Presidents of woman's , clubs in ev
ery quarter of the State are receiving
from Mrs. Clarence -AV Johnson,-president
of the Federated Club's of the
State, an urgent letter, asking that all
these clubs be actively interested in
Clpan-Up Week, March 24-29. as desig
nated bv Insurance Commissioner and
Pir Marshal James, R. Young.' Mrs.
Johnson suggests "that if necessary,
the Woman's Club te a community
take " the initiative in this clean-up
movement that means so much 'for
safety, health and tidy appearance.
Poster for Centenary. ' "
A beautiful new poster has' just
neen issued bv the Centenary of the
Method ist - TCniao.nBal Church. South,
that is one of r the 'most, effective
Pieces of advertising issued in their
campaign for $35,000,000: lt is apho
tograph of President Wilson and oyer
h5t? signature the following quotation
"Let no man suppose that progress
wn be divorced from religloa.-or that
there is, any platform written' for the
ministers ot reform ' other than the
Platform written' in the- utterance1 of
. ". . : a.j
An inc'oiPt POTI TO ""V ii,-"'"
of the United flt"w
rtd brr iTv uai"".
e bn5rr v0(i
r.Hoad of Fine Jerseys.
' rw-ntt Charles E. Miller, Meck-
.nnntv demonstration, agenL
returned from Ohio where he bought
FIRST GRFAT RESULT TO , i
BE OBTAINED IS PEACE;
; , Pris'The first result to J oh-
nnoi-d to the office of ner-jd
Red Cross Conference.
Greensboro. Home ' v; service ; work;
prs of ;the Rel Cross will meet ' in
Greensb&ro March- 26 and - 27 for - a a' carload of Jersey cattle, ior -ram, talfl po,re he rt
nfwnco v All Red Cross workers lenhurg breeders. , v t V esr-;-io9lb1..-!ld Bv'd -Lloyd
rontral northern . cotmtis of There are 21 head in the carioa aorz. the ; Rr?tishf premier. Jn
North , Carblina c are expected -to at- Mr. Miller said - that the catue iornj i mwL nt? Tf;nt?. U
,'--:- ..!-.''':.v A Prayer. . . -
Our, Fathen we bless thee i haTthon' ,
h ef n nt Wb f f'pd to he ask wl but know-
ing our need, hast permitted" us; n thy i
knoivn unto thei'weiri'bnr 'ado
ration and' Joy1 In 'thee." so- we y pray
thee for the things that are requisite
nnd neressarv. Thou kno'west'' what
things1 wfr have ricvd of' before we;ask'
nosltion rree?nwv -. , m Va H in tb Flks rlub. and the
visitors will be
Donald, of the
oWartrs in Atlanta. Is here to act as
tend, but the meeting ; is especially one of the best lots taa J" "e . country, allied or. enetr-y. d bse th- delfghtesi Iri f bdr ' W
Sessions been brought into this county
;8tf?)M a-d W the Food Conserra
tion' Commission. .--.; .'
: Gran ville Hpsjery, M!l s. Co ,
. , . To . Relieve CowtsV-". . .
congestion ".brou'ebt about by, tbei burn
ing oi rthe Rosemont hotel, were taken
w1in J; I. Sanders, proprietor of the
scribed $5 0PJ "mu? LaFayett oteI Closed a contract tor
the lease ! of the .two upper floors ot
iMine owned by the " Huslce
30 TRA1MJNQ CAMPS ARE TO ' "
BE RETAINED BY GOVERN Wl few l
Amenc? n v T- itar
G? stoma: auinvi"---
m-jtoti subscribed W
tsoo" 1 duration- 2 ' years. t
SUbscrTbed; S70- T;d pbwer ; Co.
Troutman L ft f5Oo0f
Trmitman: autnonru v-; .
lKnt into this couniy. . j i nondent unon that neace.
VoarW ico neaa oi ,iuojuu6uW.vH . . oirj to come rt tne
n . ffc r- tt1p have been brougnt iniu ,. f nnA.Ki wnmpnt. Pendp
1. M'ss; Mav ,C. Mc- Mecklenburg county with.n tne; ias eypryone v!n r ln wstate of
i southern division head- year or more, and there are at pres- tatjnn ' Vcirtaintv; Com-ii-i..
fc- ohnnt 1 5R head in the comty. t ni innetrv Are' stagnated.
4 Hioh Schools Cc mpeted. .
wt With t'renty-fiveae
credited r high scnoois repi--.
cbvering a wide geograpnic , w
from Edenton to Asnevu-e.. r" department to proceed with the pnr-
Inter-Scholastic Deciamauon "f ?w nhase of the sites of .15 army camns
which f closed at WaKe r resi nd f3 Dalloon van-Z -flying, fields t over
marked the.beginnmg oi w nhe country was announced: hTi Acting
the declamation nem. " Qrrtarv . Crower; ' Ls tha i&.-
MMAn. nr the declamations aeuy: AMM. ,, ?n. ifr rmwell
ered. The 'iitiprixe; cnnslstlng oi a - and.it not be necessiry.to
scholarship in M f i -wait- action- by Congress ;ar; me ob-
fin.tm medal, from,, the uierarr a aw -, . rtfl necessary
Societies went to Mrt- Victor Tcnnt, Witht thescaurchases- .the 2rmy.
ai uttrnam i-iv . -"rv s ; -, a I tfll hare 30 traw tg campe.
sclbusihess "of dependence 'upxw ' thee. "
and wouldst have -os-"feel -our neeils
that we'tnay bev fit to 'receive: "their
supply: ' Through' Jesus Christ 5 our
Hardware bouse on Hay street and
wilt At theni up inimedlately' f or :the
entertaUmentt guesU : Other hotels
here are making; efforts toexpani
their facilities., though . mmt .of theni
xr already overiaxeu.
" Sphere of His Holiness. .
If this sphere of ' Ms . mercy : - and
wrath, tenderness and '.severity.- Is so
beautiful what shall ? be the splendor
of the. sphere of Us, holiness) wWhat
the glory of the f presence chamber.
Judged, b.v.the excellence . of , this di
tant, boundary. lodge, .;.t.
r . voina ,xo.vnurcn..t.
We cannot take advantage ..cf tb
chuivb wjthoutf going to, church, any
more than ..we could take 'advantage
f . a week-day school, without goln 3
o classes, each day.
written in the- uttnm'-ot Tronan; -.- 0 raar; ,7,: .- V. -.rt