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    WASfflNffTON BAILY NEWS'
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August 5, 1909. at the pottofflce at
Washington. N. C.. under tbe act ol
M|rch 3. 1879.
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A XRW I'SK FOK IlAltlKS
science, ID TWTMwirFir pfBgmr, t"
finding some use for everything. It
Is now being applied In domains _that_
for long were thought to be beyond
its range, li.ut there was one object
In existence whloii. taken in its en
tirety. was hitherto supposed to be
Immune to the attentions or the at
tacks of pure, as distinguished from
-? taedical., science, a living baby,, that I
little mite of humanity, that little |
bundle of sensation*,* shielded from
the "?moment, of Its birth by an all-)
protecting mother, had been so far
exempt from anything even approat h
irig a:i experiment um in corpore v Hi.
No bespectacled scientist durst p':a>
any pranks with this essence of 0:??i
joy of lis fond parents, this precious '
world revolve
Hut. alas! the sac^dtAvs of baby- 1
hood has been a: last violated. lcc.no- :
elastic science has puled down the |
ancient wall ef brass that heretofore
w?.' ih? jTtiiu ainn ? u.' i,im guXjdlo&J
innocent. We wonder that all tlv:
young mothers of the, land did nor at (
once rise and rend the monster in the I
shape. ?6f man whom science used a? 1
her ? willing instrument, and s attecl
his limbs to the four winds of heav
en. as the Thrarian Hacchantos ot j
old. fftr far loss reason, did with Or
pheus.
The unthinkable thing fain*- to pas.
In this wise. ' The learned world has.
always been at a loss to deterr.fln**
for certain how the human mind ?ge:f
syr-.^.arsy.gw ; ?,
JiOiU.ur tome 4. CrpilL ?n?'goCv?iiaiL_ T?7j
the ordinary person That would seenvJ
an unimportant mai'in': the main I
thing 5s that the idea is there. NotJ
so with yrr.ir man of scion H<*i
'wants to k:?ow the why and the
wherefore .of everythi .g. A- eordir.s:
ly. or.'i ol tire >pe.-ies rauuht a baby
n i , 1 :? i:. ?.
few m?im-ni.-, arid :ivr. 3 ? it v> ? r ?
He did nut tir.ip it f.iv. ,"i:?t n f
feet, nor 91; to anythir.t; hard, .iusr
to a bed:' hut ?he m-inv-pr he wit!:
drew his sustaining 'arms. ;!;? baby|
rh*?^wl tmmlMiikahla symptoms o:
fear. lis conn? ensure rhansed. if
grarpeil wildly &r anything in reach,
:10c excepting the pavan^s beard, Iti |
crcier to >-u,c itself from the fall. T^ic
experiment ?vn.< vepeaTed on oth< r U:'i
? u 1 1 . the pr^i.-lpb* Is estab
lished: the idea of s;.a is iii'born.
\Ce do not co^m-nt on the value |
of the testimony thus secured: K
under the circumstance*, appear In
fantile. nut whai about the feeling"
.of the child? Had the scientist no1
compunctious visit lugs as to how ne
might wrap and embitter that young
mind for evermore. slSTke jtn rottfl
&nco in its kind, and produre in the
da?fc^o come a modern Timon o!
Athent^V^Cgular man-hater? And
what children did he experiment on ?
Were they waifs and strays of hu
manity? II so. It was a shame to
take advantage of -their unprotected
position. If th: / were more happily
placed, we are confident their moth
ers were not about during the experi
mental prO/,?3S.
Now, that the lapse of a few week?
has allowerfthe feminine mind to
tone down its first impulse to* fury
and resume Its normal judicial pose,
we suggost that the perpetrator c,i
thc*e deed." be arraigned Uelfi:* a
jurjr of young mothers to answer for
_JUa dcedv Such a tribunal is the
only one" that eon id make flic puhlsfi
~ men t fir "EHo ~~ crime. ? WiiK?ilnj?ton
? ....
\The Census Bureau estimates the
: population of the Stmt hern 9 tales at
' tmnethlng more thaif27.00.0ft0 pepv
plb. From this It I* figured that the
yearly shoe blH of the South aVer
*ge* 80 millions ofdollars. ~ '
' '' Ibo#, /a bbh fact u r?fs fay t?at 20
VT csiit Of tfcl< MiOMI
labor, that t* to say. something ilk*
*16.000.000 U paid annually ca
wages to the people who make our
shoes. To carry figures further ? at
an average weekly wage of $10, 20
per cent of these 80 million? -of
Southern dollars, gives year round
employment to 30.7G9 people.
Hut- - and here Is the thought that
?romptu the .recital of-th.e**? figures ?
over three-fourths of the shoes sold
in the South, and paid 'for with
Southern money, are ran.de in New
England and the middle Westerh
Stateg; OTgr 1* millions- of thSHu 16
million dollars paid as wages go into
the povheta of New England and mid
dle Western shoe workers.
New England shoes are good
| shoe? St. "T.outB maker good sho?s ? -
but. and this Is a fact that every
Southern man and wumau ought to
-knowrrr^lbe city of Lynchburg. Va .
a Southern city, in a Southern State,
makes some of the finest-shoes the
trade knows.
We send 60 millions of dollars
away from home each year, why not
keep this money In the South. Think
for a moment what It would mean if
every shoe worn In the South was a
Southern-made shoe. The $12,000,
000 paid as wages to shoe workers
in oth'er States would be paid to
Southern men aud women. Ttrls
would give employment to more than
1 22.000 wage earners ? people who are
perhaps now Idle and dleconteated. J
These laborers would In turn spend
their money for neeessltles and the
grocer and butcher and shop keepers
of every description would be ben
; e fit ted. With trade increased In all
-lines, cur railroads would grow.
j With increased wealth our schools
' would grow.
Prosperity multiplies itself rapidly)
? greater raTTfOflitTg demand more em
ployes ? ano're schools more teachers. I
.Wholesale and retail business alike
would feel the stimulus of increased
acltivlties, consequently more sales
men, more sales-ladies, more stenog
raphers. more bookkeepers.
Added to the increased earning'
power of the people naturally follows
| an. increased profit to the' manufac
turers. greater dividends on invested
capital makes greater bank deposits
? the launching of new enterprises ?
new factory developments ? the hum
of looms ? the souivd of hammers ?
the glow of forge.-s. -
Th'? solution of this economic 'prob
lem rests with the 27.0'?0,(i0?> con
sumers in the Souih. If every South
'??. r;?r vipoiv-Uu-v.^.
|fhg a Southern-made shoe, ti:e mer
chants will buy from the Southern
Ir.!ir.ulafiuferj and the Lynchburg
factories wil grow so rapidly and be
come 8?o j?roi|?rous that shoe faccor
Jtn'ir.g uu i:i other Suuilmiafr
towns, and" it will not toe so very !">n?x
re wc-uiake all or nearly all of
o'sr own shoes.
Lynchburg has set a noble exax
wl?? -of hustle and bustle. Ten years
I ago' there was no such thing as a
Southern-made slioe. Then came the
Craddoek -Terry. Company. Today
J Lynchburg hit* forged to the front as
one of the leading shoe manufactur
ing cities of the world. Between them
they have demonstrate!) that tine
*b'vs '-sn be ni^de i? the South ar.fi
>-x -aai l h e .tivaJisv ' mar. u ! a?. l .1 ?
Tntf of Southern-made shoes will soon
rival* in importance I Re* pr*3t rrrrtor
industry. .?
r""''\VashS):?ton capitalists could df
.< i? ' ; i i :: better th*?n ir.vegc their n:on
;y ?:; t ^ iio? facory. It pays in other
?la?w .a.- siaci?ii:-x show, arid there i?
mi y-hv it ?;hcuM notUc?
~ ' ????? : i -,i 'i- " :i: -
iMU .-TijF ai. mm <\\tu?s ix Tin:
r^VEil.lr SCHOOLS.
Last public school year. November i
?? .vjar ;h. t!.o educators and busine.-'*
men and women of Anson county. N\ j
Joined for?<-s io see what . ould b~
remedy for sprains and bruises.
It quiets the pain at once, and
can be applied to the tendcrest
part without hurting because it
doesn't need to be rubbed ? all
you have to do is to lay it on
lightly. It is a powerful prepa
ration and penetrates instandy ? '
relieves any inflammation and con
gestion, and reduces the swelling.
I
Sloan's*
Limxdeiit
an excellent antfrgptic and
?"HP
will draw
lone -toward teaching the children of
'.he public schools how to do things
Starting then* work that woultt
;ead on up to making manufacturer*
jut of Southeru -boya and girls, yes,
.he girls were Included. The flnti
lesson was to be the makjng of axe
handles. Every school teacher' and
?very child in the county became en
thused. The State officials gave their
aid aud encouragement. The State
Superintendent of Education. J. Y.
Joyner. who has recently been elected
President of the Educational Associa
tion 6t America, was ^ very ^actiTe^ ^in
The outcome was so great that-lt was
pronounced by the nreaa representa
tives present to be the most practical
way of teaching the child how, to do
imngR. ? :
Those interested have been asked
to make of it an Inter-State affair,
holding an Industrial Educational
Convention and School - Exposition, j
bringing together all -kinds of shool
appliances bo that educators who at
tend the convention jwlll have the
chance to see the latest appliances
used In connection with school work.|
especially the Industrial work.
Little school girls and boys will j
daily glte public demonstrations of |
making things. These children have
only had training through their coun
ty school teachers, but It is aaid the
way the training has been done, these
little fellows way' of working Is a
marvel to all who hare had the op
portunity to see them.
| These people^of Anson are opening
their doors to visitors, and each edi
tor and superintendent of education
throughout the country have been
aBked to appoint flve delegates-to at
teml the meetfhgs. The work Is to
commence at Wadesboro, N=? G?,-ihe
county seat of Anson, the beautiful
little city on the hill, as 1TT8 ^aWWI7
November $th. 10th, A 1th, and 12th.
Then the whole outfit moves every
other da"y~ fiT"a nearby ? town. . and
shows the workings' of this magnifi
cent movement for the training of
the young along practical lines.
Many of th?^ State and County Sup
erintendents of 'the Southern 'States
have stated that t'ley will be present
one or more do. .. We hope the
Cor.hty Superintendent and every
#* hno! commltteemtn aud our County
j Commissioners may be able to attend
at least one day. as it Is <o last from
November 9th to .T&th. They ought
:o flnjLii me during that period to ak
tend. Those interested can write
Mr John T. Patrick, President of the
[?Southern Savings Bank. -Wadesboro,
1 N. C'.. who Is Secretary of the Enter
injurnt. Committee. *
T|| K 1?KI?F.ST|{I.\N IX 1010.
'clm&T '
I Br-r-rl br-r-r!
I Hunk-honk!
p WlUgllluii-g.llltinje* ; ? ? --
j Tlie j,p,ips;rian paused at the -Sn
(Jccseriiua. of two busy mm streets,
] and looked abo'iL
\n automobile was rushing at him
fro n? one direction, a motorcycle from
j another, an auto-truck was coming
J from behind and a taxi^ah was speed
Illy approaching.
| Zip-^lp! Zsng-glig!
j lie looked up and saw directly
d?--- hu.
*i here was but cna- chance. He
Qt*: k'lr- sizing it, he lifted, the lid
md jumped into the hole? just In
'5m* to he rr.ti over by a subway j
?ra!n. ? Oi tober IJpplncoit'?.
? Nn-_t.ur linr of fliamoia skins, Oc to
I -l ??!/??. il.miv'3 I irii^ Wtt^lb.
TK.%1 II I Its K.VA.M1XKI). * i
County Superintendent of Schools :
? V . I.. Vatighan is today engagod,!n;
-xainiag twelve white applicants for
' : fcTiooi i i.i i Dili aitiii? exam
nation in fwing.held in th* ?-liy hall.
Tonorrow the colored replicants will,
or examined. i
STII.L IMPftOVRS
7!ie~ roiiartlon 6( WK 5ft iter, tie )
ainival man, who was struck and i
ob bed here last Sunday morning/I
'II f*on tin ties to improve. His re
covery |g now looked for.
Hicks' < APl'lll.NE ( ures Sick Itaid
'Aclie.
VUo Nervous Ileadactte. . Travelers ,
"'?fcadficTiT" and aches from f?rlp, ?
Stomach Troubles or Femalo trou
Icr. Try Capudlne ? It'n liquid ? *
?/Tecta Immediately. Sold by drug-i
ifats.
I#K(*Af . NOTN US
NOTH K. i
^orth Carolina, Be?. ?i fort County. In ]
j tlie Superior Court. A. I). Lloyd'
v*.> Lilly Lloyd.
1 ? The fi"fnrdnnt nbov*- named will
, ake'nollce that un artlon entitled as
| ibrvp has been commenced In the
-Superior eot*rtr of lleaufort county, |
o secure a~n absolute divorce from !
hn #nij_Jho aojrl rlo fan..
( iant will further take notice that she [
'? required, .to appear the term" oTl
i Ue Superior court to be held on -the
veii th. Monday afier the flruL Miw-I
Tit/ ' nr '.je |huiii t ror~, Tt -uuiu^ v/ntroer 1
'IT,, 1009, at the courthouse of said
ounty, - in Washington, N. ,C and
\rifrwer or demur to the complaint In
o the court Tor the relief demanded'
n- mW complaint. J
Ttrta lathi day nf Orlg^er. Jte?.
% Cl?rk Superior Court. '
LETS GO TO
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JL-X. ? . _____
Bargain in E. Main Street
House. A. C. Hathaway.
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jTLEbirwooDttKr
HANKERS and BROKERS
S$?CKS. BONDS. COTTON, GRAIN and PROVISIONS.
73 PLUME STREET. CARPENTER BUILDING. NORFOLK. VA.
Private Wire* to N. Y. S?oek Exchange. N. Y. Cotton Exchange, Chicago
Board of Trade and other Financial Center*.
Correspondence respectfully solicited. Investment aad Marginal t
accounts given careful attention.
EAST CAROLINA
I Teachers' Training School
Established and maintained by the State for the young men
xj and women who wish to qualify themaelve* for the profession
7< of teaching. Buildinga and equipment new and modern. Sanl
^ tation perfect'
Ij SESSION OPENS OCTOBER 5TH, 1H*.
f"' For|proapectus and Information, address ROBT. H. WRIGHT,
5 President. Green vfUe, N. C.
L ... ? i
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Miss Beulah Tboxnason
Chamber of -Commerce
FOR~SALE ~
THE CHOCOLATE YOU HAVE
been watting for, "Apollo," none [
better: at Sparrow's.
NEW LI NE OF KID GI.OVES .11 ST |
received. James E. Clark Co.
NEW ARRIVAL OF HAND-PAINT- 1
ed China, at H. G. Sparrow's
ME.Vrf AND BOYS' UNDER WE A R |
In all grades and prices, at J. K.
Hoyt's.
THE (j?KAM LAUNCH FKTKKL ,
length' abtyut 50 feet, belonging to|
L*. ft Bureau of Fisheries, is offer
ed for sale. Sealed bids directed |
to Fisheries Laboratory, Beaufort,
Nr-Cr, will te received untH noO&rJ
Wednesday. October 20. The launch
may bo inspected at the above)
named laboratory at any time.
I KKSH CBOCOUIE ? JIST AU-|
rived. H. G. Sparrow.
! LADIES', MISSES' AND <'H I L?-|
i drqn'a underwear; prices right.
SEE SPARROW'S TKX CENT L1NE|
of Fudge.
NOTICE,
At the request of Honorable Geo.
*!Y? Paul. Clerk of the Superior court
of Beaufort county, there will be a
joint meeting of the various precinct
""""""""" A
township at 11 o'clock a. m., On Sat
urday. October 16, 1909. at the court'
house In Washington, N. C.
The purpose of the meeting Is
recommend a successor to fill the un
I expired term of the lata H. Q. J or-:
[dan. as County Commissioner, made
I vacant by his death.
Tikis 6th day of October, 1909. *
? * WILEY C. RODMAN,
L__^PiU*lrman JQem, I^sgcutlve Com.
' CIT? MARKET.
Chickens, grown 26 to 30(
Spring chlcKens. 10 to 25c
Hides, O. 8 gcj
Green hides 8 l-2c
Mixed wool ; ... 18 to 20e
Tallow s l-2c
Wool, free rrom, burrs 20c
Lambskin 25 to 40c
Sheerllngs 6 to 10c
COTTON. ~ -
Se?-d cotton . . .7T.\ T. f 4.R5*
Lint eotton 18 1-8
FOR GENERAL'
SURGICAL
-andI
Won- ' '
CoflfagtoHs
MEDICAL
fjKFs
/ ~~ .
R J9TE&:~ Private
room. f? 5 to $25.M.
gPBCi&UStS
H. W. CARTER, M. D.
Practice Llcntted to DImmm of the ?
.Eye. Bar, Nom and Throat.
Hour*: WJ A. M. Cor. Main and
3-9 P. M. Gladden Sta.,
?PHONE 94. Washington, N. C.
TDrTTTH. Hardy
PRACTICING
PHYSICIAN ?
?! Wiuhtftglou. N. C.
DIL H. SNELL ~
? ? Dcnttot. ? ?
Office corner of Main and ' ?
Respass Streets. Phone 100
Washington, N. C.
attornhcu '
H. S. WARD JUNIUS D. GRIMES
WARD & GRIMES
ATTORNEYS- AT-LAW
WMhia^ftoUj N. C.
We practice la the Court* of the Firai
Judicial District, ud the
? . Federal Comm.
John H. Small. " A. D. MacLeaa,
Harry McMuIlan.
SMALL, MAC LEAN Sc
McMULLAN
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW
Washington, North Carolina.
W. D. GRIMES
XrilORNEY-Ar-LAW ?
Washing ton. North Carolina.
" PnictkM in all tke Courtt. ?
W. M. BOND. Edeotoo. N. C.
NORWOOD L. SIMMONS
BOND & SIMMONS
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW
Washington. North Carolina.
Practice In all Couits.
W. L. Yaughan W- A. Thompson
VAUGHAN & THOMPSON
aTtorneys-at-law
Washington and Aurora, N. C. ?
Practice io aTl the courts.
H. C. CARTER, JR.,
ATTORNEY- AT -LAW,
Washington, N. C.
Office Market Street.
.A" in. lL~TTtxlman. VV'ttAy f*. ffiutm?n,
RODMAN & RODMAN
Attorneys-at-Law
Washington, N. C.
Business Cards
R. L. STEWART
PRACTICAL iVATCHMAKER and
JEWELER,
Corner Main anil MmVr i Siiceis. ~
Just received a large assortment of the
latest dcsi.ns In Jewelry. Re
pairing a specialty
H. B. Goldstein,
We are stil! doing business at our
" oldstand. In this period1>etwcen the
seasons' v-c are still iatisfying cus
tomers. Our fall samples are already
in attd w* ORB uug your orflgr nnw ? - ? ?
for immediate or future delivery.
Yours for business, H. R. Goldstein.
For
^ FIRE INSURANCE
see
J. "and P. B. MYERS
Jhe J- H. Simmons Marble
and Granite Co.
MONUMENTS
Prices and Work Right.
WASHINGTON. N. C, *
WHITE"- BARBER - SHOP
The only first -class white shop in city.
A trial will convince anyone of reas
onable judgment. We have 3 chairs,
3 first-class white barbers. Satifaction
assured. Opposite Postal office.
A. B. DR AUG HON. Prop
Morgan* WILLIAMS
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k>
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