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THE AfiHEBORO COURIER, A.
- IHITRSDAYACGyST 17. 152
HAVE "POCKET BOOK
INTEREST" IN TARIFF
(By Wallace Kassfurd. Spr-ial ( ourirr
(. orrespondt-nt. )
Z V LO.NG
:u i . iljt-ctfi
lreoeil cvunty li hoeored in one of
her most worthy sons havuig been
gnen the democratic nominatii.n for
solicitor in rhis district, without a
cunte.-t; the position f prosecuting
attorney is a vitality imporuini one.
urn the fart that Zebulon Vance Lonr.
of the Statesville bar, ha receive.;
without opposition this hiirh ami hon
orable iru.-t at the hui..i
lerimoraCN of tl.e district
lr: '.r ltom1 Droplt-
towri ,u,.i i.atnr ci.i.t
i.nd J.I.-1 iri'lr.
K, i 'n -.ir- Mi. Ii;. ha.
t:oed law in ta'e ille, during
tune e ho appeared, with
abilit, in man of the must imj
irinnnal and ciil ca-t- that
ITY WAS "THE MESS" i
G. OP. INHERITED.
The chief feature of Republican
propaganda is a plea in confession
and avoidance. Many Republicans
of the pure
Is a matter
!" in.- '10: .e
admit that ttiev have not keDt Lheir
pre-election promises, but offer thr
mendacious and hyporcntical ecu-t-that
the Iemocralic adminitrat i !
left such a "mess" on their hands H. a'
they have been unable to do more.
Thi pieten.-e, made for the Dur.'.s.'
of enabling Republican leaders ai..;
Republican press to dodge the i.-.-ui
of broken promises to the" people. i-!
thoroughly exposed by Cordell Hall
Chairman of tlie Democratic National;
Committee. After referring to tl.e J
mendacious campaign conducted b. '
these same Republican "best ir.iii.ls
in 1 S'20, "in reckless disregar. of
truth and morals, which they are now
to lepeat," Chairman Hull
"Under the rules of testimony in
aiiv court of lustice these authors of
ator Wadsworth, it....
to the consideration i
resolution providing '.
to the personal p.nrie
which senators inigM
fending tariff bill. ' .
..... I. . . - . L .
mvwuiik in me .r, .,: K n.g r.i i j,.,,r. .Mi. !,..;. ha.- ra
movement which i- .lestine.i t . g-, 'm t:i-e.! law in i;tate- ille, during which
ward until the peo ' str , a ,t- tune e l a.- appeared, with great
grace' . comatio: , ... , . xi. t . m both abilit, in mam of the most Important
house and senate. He din. however, irinnnal and civil ca-es that have
more definitely, if po-.-ible. align him- omie up for trial. "A man is not
self with the force- of reaction which without honor save m hi.- o. n
fcelieve that "the good old days" ot country," .-aid the .Man of Gallilee
spoils are still here and that a lobb nearlv 2,000 vears ago; tins eternal
can still exist among the members of truth applies to Mr. Ing onlv in re-
ine nate itself. Ispecl to its beinK humanly impossible seeking
Again Senator Caraway has ren- to rate a home boy at his real worth, savs:
eered the people of the country a 'eb Vance Long is a man who has th'
great service by bringing out into tfle respect, confidence and esteem of every
light the fact that wealthy gentle-, man, woman ami child in Iredell everv species of criminal deception iiC,, ,
men sit in the senate and hr:i7in)v countv: not onlv do those who know 1 cwn ..... tv.;.. .:.i.i ... i.l1 '1(
jfuv tic nui uii vcai enuLieo LO oe
vute in matters in which they have aim have the utmost faith in his believed upon any political subject.'
fiij inieiesi. ror a judge aunn.-, as a lawyer ami ins nonesiy tiul let us see what kind of a "mess
to sit on the bench to try his own! and integrity in every legal or busl- the recent Democratic administration
case would very properly bring swift ness transaction, but his home people did leave to its Republican successor"
impeachment, and senators, in voting appreciate him thoroughly as a public Chairman Hull then points out how
tariff rates on their own products, are speaker. In bestowing upon Mr. Long the Republican Congress of 1919-20,
equally indecent and shameless. The their rare distinction and peculiar bitterly partisan and vindictive, did
great Jefferson, who saw with fine honor, the democracy of this district obstruct, delay and defeat the great
feamess and prophetic vision the va-have only placed upon his brow a reconstruction program of the Demo-
-"".'"Kix-ic.- which woum arise iauiei wincn ins nome people, wiin cratic administration for the early
stated the case in his "Manhal of Par- one accord, will say was richly de- settlement of all post-war problems,
liamentary Procedure," which has for served and worthily bestowed. anil tn this extent rnu
more than a century been accepted as Zebulon Vance Long was born and which the present Republican admin
a guide for both house and senate and .Jn.i Qto;ii u istmti inhoni,,i
They are GOOD!
hey to mm
THK WHISKERED TENT MAN
in each congress reprinted for the'eated in the common schools, in the
At sixty an hour the trains make their
The auto gives race for the glory
While towns, in a whisper, just
speak in refrain
To each happy neighbor, 'cross
mountain and plain.
use of the members Hp " Whl I cti...Vii- Y" " , . ' , V,e U,iUan "u lfien 'ves tetail
. - ,..,;,,: otoLcsviiie male academy and under a picture of Democratic nroupritv
te Vk i, f a membuel' able Private tutors- After readi"K Whi the Democrlo party bZeath
hl S w1X, , i:?UeS.,t,0nhe 13W frutW yearS Uml7 JudKe B- R el t0 the Republicans, which thev, the
Lest A"'heresuchanin- Long, he went to the University of Republicans, now refer to as a
terest has appeared, h.s voice has been 'North Carolina, where he completed "mess." He says
disallowed, even after a division. In his legal education and entered uoon ..Let us Bp f,lrthor ; t i .
a case so contrary, not only to the the practice of his profession about 20 of " V J f
laws of decency, but to the fundamen-1 years ago 01 ,.peae,e-, farmers in every section
tal principle of the social compact I i ., ' , . tration did leave to its successor. The
which denies to any man to be a judge I ,DCmp.a'BnI for VVhl e SuPrem" country was enjoying unparalleled
in his own cause, it is for the honor1 y ,n,.1.898' Mr- LonK entered upon prosperity during 1919 and 1920 un
of the house that this rule of imme-l. pU career making a fine repu- der Democratic rule. Every laborer
morial observance should be strictlv' as0a camPalKner of force and was employed on full time at the
adhered to." " P.wer. Since then he has been in the highest wages ever received in time
When Semtn,- r-,,,,..,,. thickest of every fight in both county of peace. Farmers in eevry section
tJi " "t StlLe 'n-!?nd state where duty called. In 1904 were never more rich and Drosnorou
inquiry to determine if senators had LZ?TiJr acfu'r'ate,d n?ar thirty Here distance and space each are lost
been voting in the intP.es; f ,;, ' I . ' ', u"-ra?,v .tc.' """" ' weaun anu savings under in tne wake
own business occupations, he read 'h, ! i P h .' lnfe eKisiaure , tne eignt years ol Democratic control, That follows the progress where
lrom an editorial in the New York' , t sCi.- ..U,.K . uumi ana reciprocal; mucn is at stake
w-hihi i -""" piopusiuon iuicign mansei conditions, enabling And nere grossly tempted to lav bv in
wnicn an,l grievances and .-iter fr.r tha 1-,-t the fnrmoro o.lll.. 4- I .. J
Kind nature still clothes her moun
tains in green,
The valleys in verdure lie nestling
The prairies' wide borders hold riches
Yet all is obvious to that which is
ie whiskered tent man
fr n 'he Ion" truil; '
He ha- not been banished, nor is
he in ail;
I've in the forest hw passed
like a dream,
Kor he no more camps ir a tent by
Westward, in sweep of the civilized
The trend of his deeds, like the glow
of his face,
Has been to make belter by sweat of
The bit; world ojj:d hi n, in the
past and the now.
factory wheels turn where the buf
Broad highways are winding where
by-paths once led,
The olden styled wagon with fleecy
No longer is passing the tent-man's
"GOVERNMENT FARM LOANS"
Negotiated Without Delay at Reasonable
No Commissions Charged
6 Per Cent. Interest
Maximum Loan $37,500.00
Minimum Loan $1,000.00
If you can't pay it back in your life time, the
payments are so small your children can
Talk it over with either of the following:
BRITTAIN & BRITTAIN
Attorneys Asheboro, N. C.
The oldest joint stock land bank doing
business in North Carolina.
THE VIRGINIA CAROLINA JOINT
STOCK LAND BANK
Elizabeth City, N. C.
Herald, a Rennhli..-,,, .,:,, ...k;1u , Ing. nr?c as cnaian ot proposition loreign market con
JQitd bee., ol.ked out ,.f K """"" ?m.' ,alcI ior ule u,c '"""ers readily to sell everv
a&p by the attitude of the Wool se a-' 7 aS cnalrman ' the ap" ou.nce ot thel1' surP'us product at top
totkl they will be known hcreal . I propr'atlons committee. Among the prices, were maintained. The manu-
i.-,,!or Cru-au-av did no read the1 "T 1ueftlons ln whlch he took facturing and mining and other great
names of the senators, but the Herald f- K ."'11 secur"JK 'egisla- industries had increased their volume
referred to Smoot of Utah Warren ' L'"" ."I "1 t0rthe SC,hi fr Wa" f ,P!:2,luCl,on more than Per cent,
Wyoming, Gooding of Id ,ho Sta n '? t b0T - CT' . "T" ,8S Tff the!r,annual income more than
field of Oregon, Hursum of New Mex-1 JaCtkiT0n TTg fifteen , bllhons of dollars. Their i-
,7 ; . -New mex 0f the institution, J. P. Cook, state, creased prouertv vahi h ...
35" Al er; u, he -s ' X I " a -cent public address that "Zch amounted to tens andtens'of
mem a Republcan of the inner circle!, "K , y-
i iic ii uiatcn vinf tuiisiuuieti me ma-i :. ...i...-, uUnnft
worid war, Mr. L,on volunteere' his uninierrupted peno
CLOVER SEED, ALFALFA SEED
of dollars. The ablest hantpr I.,.,.;'
ll. .. .. rtAOO 1Ar n.I a
in me various campaigns during the "r . "c" a,lu economists were pre
wool taxes was fastened on the hun-.-semces amt devoted his eloquence and ""f'edented vrospenty. .Our inter- M,loul nas Dee ,ost-
dred million Americans who use arti- a" the earnestness of his being to the "a .commerce aggregating eighty-five ' Tl the.tleal. tU
cfes made of wool luri,.r everv vear cause of his country, working in this 'ons of dollars in rm, iWT, 'raw "either the plow nor
f their lives, from the "cradle to the aml other State ere his services more tha" doubled, while our foreign' n"1 .
grave. Had thev possessed the de-iwere n,ost needed; Not only is he commerce, aggrogatmg thirteen bil- far better days have come not
cencv to decline to vote in a mattei , recognized as one of the ablest speak- hv hundred millions of dollars in t0 depart-
where the interests of their own pock- ers among the young men of the ,"naU more than trebled. Every Then why not agree that the whisker
etbooks are alleged to be involved, the state, but he also is regarded as one 'ke stack was smoking and every face gent whisker-
bigh wool tariff rates would have been of the most popular speakers the ldct0I7, humming. America had be- Who lived m i ti, b.i.i .i
ronuccd. as nis services "aimer and the tv .
dele.'lferl llnrl mittild millinns u.-mil.l county has p
Iiave been saved to the ueonle in those are in great demand
unseen but deeply felt indirect taxes schools, churches, school an.
which surreptitiously ease uDward the fraternal organizations and others
selling price of everv article into His eloqueence and his power
by the Sundav
------- - '-''-'-'V-V-V W T T W
Vetches, Grasses, Rape, Abbruzia Rye, Common Win
ter Rye, Seed Oats, Seed Wheat. Seed Barley, Vegeta
ble Seed, Flowering Bulbs, Turnip Seed, Onion Sets. -
These seed should be planted freely. Others who are growing these
crops are prospering, are you ? Write us for complete price list
covering all seeds most suitable for soil and climatic conditions in
A. B. KIRBY SEED COMPANY
GAFFNEW, S. C
Khickx wool enters or is even alleo-ed speaker come not only from his liter
whether the article is made ary attainments, but his
ufactures and raw materials. A great
merchant marine had been built up
Ihe nation had achieved a most glo
rious war record under Demorratir
. . . ln.lnMu: a .
ogic and his. UC?0,"V: . America Had leadership,
bound policies ami programmes, both
Is still the same creature with great-'
Who views today's wealth and be
holds morrow's crown.
Victor P. Hammer.
Washington, D. C.
domestic and fnrpi.r,, ,1, ,..;.. .k. r
i ----- " a e i ""..UK me x-'em-ocratic
administration, which was the
envy ot the world.
KNOW NORTH CAROLINA
A Resort Street '
ihe business of caring for
tutci , nctiici luc diiii.it; is made "j v-t.. ...... v.., ,,,.- iuRu
iruad and shipped in here, or wheth- deep and earnest convictions.
r it is made here and the price fixed : .
u ndex Mm protecting wing of the high' ' A treed.
ilTinr. ilnti' II ntr
Hi thal connection it is suggested T.iat, while in this old world few .., 1 the great outstanding fact
ibxt Minhir VA' -,,lt ......I U I lU;.,.-. , .Will alwflVJ mnrt iiTm.lo.-f.,
.. n,, .cicnciiuiuK ,...- Miit, . . j""',uoniBis ana resort vis tors wli one
a state containing teeming millions of Right, truth, and love forevei more en- e,&bts to which America climbed Jn day be a big one in North rlL;
.users, manufacturers, jobbers and re-' dure; her financial, commercial, economicfor as wealth increase in ihe T?n t ,
tailers of articles made of wool, has That these are 'mongst the things m' 'tary an(1 social achievements from'Statea more DeoolT are ,Zl , I!
rown his lot in with Senator Oddie; most worth our while 1913 to 1J20. These big facts, which'awayrom hCe for a lnJr n.
f Nevada, representing 80,000 peo-'-A song, a smile. speak for themselves, and which the'Eer ri5 ot Creation
nfe. a fe W flf whom a TP 1TH kin tr t hpi r Thp U"l til n ir nt :i p:ir fr.wn . - U .. mOKt i CTlOrant CltizPn (ldnr1 v Mtmam t t . ... '
living, like Oddie, raising sheep.) grieve? bers, are lasting and intuJ Z otT?LJ,i f V.
wu-,,.r.ii i... r.u .. .. .:. . ev inuM .i,- .. "mount oi this business, lor the state1
who will not suffer financial disadvan I do belie . hich the present Republican admin-Wr..w " fractlonS- ln ths
tage or loss h, r.a .... , the action of That , ..... ,iy of famine or of feast ftration inherited from its Democrat-'uin8 of the MUSfrn fl?if T T'
the wool sona.,,1, That ...- ,.. ichest who has sought lc Predecessor.- to"e cowl a fh d
A few i,.:,r. U'.rl.u.Arth'.1 II., I..,.. , Un ne 1oast. are tne sounds And the1
inend, Lul!iu N. I.ittauer. gotriirnseif That, spitr -ulL. earth's woes, and
electe.f to emigre . from the (Hovers-1 tears, and pains,
vine, iN. l., distiict. I.attauer was a l.ove i.,, and reigns;
oianufacturer of gloves, an.
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RALEIGH. N. C.
E. U LAYFIKLD, Prssldint
CHARLOTTE, N. C. I
THE BIG GAME
1 (By Victor P. Hammer.)
ages Time uu u,u w""t you thought
i DURHAM, N. C.
CHARTERED IN 1859
Srtton knoln J? th. 5 .1 n""'6 A, C,,e?4 f u,b'ral ftrts w!th an stli8hed national reputation tot high
aH three secionT L?" ' " standards, noble tradition-, and progressive polic. Iti large endowment
on fool toZd thfS. Wk " fU,n1 makea i1!?88"6 it9 fi1"" equipment and Ur faculty of -well train
curifon tJZZ Ji'."1 anJ, ed and .caref' y chosen Uachers. Student fees low. Comfortable, inexpensive
. . A n ,,,. K , K 4k T; UH1 VOU Did WMBf Vmi hmwrht . . wwva oi ivi .ai C1UIIV CI1UMCI1 LVliCnerH. fsHUClfinr rMI lfW ( 'mf
the house, with hold eft ronton- ht- ,h-l dnfhwonve , couldmake I. . . 8'ctin working rooms in carefully supervised hygienic dormitories.
Uined from the ways and meanx' When you started the big game of to the Tstat, Tr lit Tslf ln; Ca8aX nd "clentinc courses leading to bachelor's degree. Graduate
committee engage,! in making up that I do believe 1 We? Ithe state n th , J, 3 if '"" departments. Schools of Entfneerinfc-, EducaUon, and Law.
colossal collection of special legislative God plants ome see.l.s of gladness in DM you chance any risk on your thousands V mLi. yf ew studenU Bdmitted September 18, 19. Fall term begins September 20.
r i. . . -
ivnin Known as imp 1 ttvne-Alilnrh 1 enrh rinv
ill, the arivilege of writing- the tar- And smiles on children happy at their
AT rates on, gloves. The Democrats I play;
stood aghast, but the Republicans, That living men, though paupers,
with a brutal majority such as theyl churls, or 'staves,
now have, ran it through, and everyAre more than graves
man, woman and child in the United To which the irrass and mosses damr-
States had to pay more for gloves of
very sort and description, but Lat
Uuer waxee fat.
And o ft Is said to be with Ford
er, avt whom it is common talk that
Ire kt personally Interested in the lum
aVrr and beet -sugar Industries, and yet
ha stta at the head of the table in the
ways and means committee and dic
tate lumber and sugar schedules.
And Winslow of Massachusetts, shoe
manufacturer, very kindly brings his
ftchtucs knowledge, to the aid of the
Clarence E. Flynn.
DONT RISK NEGLECT
stake !... , r . . : " "u
When you took to the altar a m&MSZ Jj
No man know, what tomorrow hashed! Z'.ot .Sturl C
Nor'items that make up iSSZjSKl
No onenow. he, acted SSSTu ZZlZ ti
The result of life's wonderful Kamelonh Carolina , ha. three strong!
weetheart. It's a 3 ZL IT.,."!,. V " .
Secretary to the Corporation.
Don't neirloct a coriKtuit kackafh.
sharp, darting painc or urinary dl-,To sweethearts It a case ef straight bneeTwiU Ibe TZtL fi! L!?
oraarat. ina ainrar or. nrortsv or ituuc. i .. . .. .
Bright', diseaae Is too-Mriou. te Ig- With desire, amplifled for U winl beul tinted 'k Ai STfT S
no re. use uoans cuaney puie ai , mnh in.i . 7
have vour friends and neie-hbon. An To the Christ-Ilk. it I. t. ) ''5r".rtr .fUUM? for reaching
Asheboro eaae. f And s dream of the street termor.:' 17" 7' - or. cm"
To the aimless H not to Imnrov KT9- wn"
. . 'r u. -ii. a. . i " -' "Mwiia. ior me peepie when the
rr : -"--- airs, nuen j, rjurns. r. rayeito-i M """" nv m improve , noma Naaii i r
aoamniee in nxJnt;.ttp a schedule or.-tit- street: savai "About three At the game, nor to try at a scor. .iir " ' Zr .l'.
rates cm shees that will, hi his opinion, j WM iUtt Beverly from' ' V TZtJi mmun"
o bis business Justice and make wre.ft0 JWnuLJZ?t, ilK! But to all If. a at wlth.,i !? 'orwmrd " ut "
P' of W "made J Ger-U' the .mall of my lack ,M fater. An aMuranc. tht faith wUl nhold. North Carolini m tZTZSl
anatny" will ever teach these shores.' i u.j. x.h ij a.... That', ihm w.v L .v.r" -" resort sUte ere
. JTa, i "J"', ' T"ri 1 ne way my kidneys acted
MWll ia Eivnuworin, tnwnreajvejq l'nia) (reatly. ' I
wjvsm awta cimiiKais, ypiafa Ul pun- j jQnrtnjy
awioen. mm s nouunsr use VOanr- ' mu,' i, t- . . 'nlimhrrMmt. I K.im . T Vi..'
Kldn., Pill, to m. l" t .WIU. . f U. U..I It lu4 M CSwtt, C?
With their spectaT bet Inter-
. we hiMrenl heard ef any little boy
11 this neighborhood rettlnc hi. pic
ture in the papers for ssylng: "No,
fattier, I don t want a radio eeCE
suai . muni ... ' a at- - .
iiuuwict ' . r . ea ret.- ; . i'
finally sent for Doan s Alter. lore, Hr lame, afUr gold!, . t. th fi.jr.m. w -k.
Tin. and after I bad used one W to have rf;.Y.,r.ri"
I wu Jeeling better.'. I kept en ine aaunes. that creep through laUo of fortr thousand ... -
g Doan'a until 1 waa cured of tfte U U..-- f. - IrnV'The
kMStatement tdrett January 2. IWhen some life, aa it stand, ennre. tiTT- .t-ir" . dh"ta ! "t' .
;t . - '--.- ' . ferreaV' , C 2r region wie xorr-
'rwi4d i 1oW. i,., Tak..-- .ii-L ..4 r1"1" In.the-South, and J
T" aUHf I Rats- 1st nA MsSah t JM.Lt ia- - I
One for You
K-w 7 : cold, delicious :
ahd relTthing: .!;
U - I 1 laMB I
' coca.cola noTTLfN-o ori -
1 V e
Ko-iter-Milbnrn Co., Yet, but f?
V. At t
fvr bnd to nrrr,l
rno'-'-" ! i