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HENDERSON DAILY DISPATCH
HEtlDERSOH DAILY DISPATCH
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Of Interest that is worth a busy
iuui s time to read.
TIME FOR THEM TO STAND UP
AND BE COUNTED.
RepresentativeThomas J. Heflin, of
Alabama, may have been somewhat
impetuous and precipitate in the ac
cusations against members of Con-
It is high time to eradicate the
German germ from this country.
The tide of battle on the western
front continues to go against the
Teutons. Each successive British
offensive for weeks past hs suc
ceeded in gaining the objectives for
which it was launched and subsc-
n 11 on f 1 V tfiev or Vio1t In I Via 1 1
Kress wuuui ue BiruuKiy ouoycvivu i ,
,,, fl ... all German counter attacks.
in favor of Germany by the Bern-
storff $50,000 "slush fund, but
very evidently Mr. Heflln'a suspi
cions were Hot merely a matter of his
about it fn the
may have been rather ill-timed, his
statements after all must have gone
home to the mark in a few cases at
least. Tie seems to have stirred up
a regular mare's nest In Congress.
Mr. H. E. C Bryant, familiarly
known throughout North Carolina
as "Red Buck," and who by the way
is one among the best known Wash
ington correspondents, while
Wh ta he , U WORTHAM SCHOOL OPENS .
, he"? of exenemtt MONDAY OK NEXT. WEEK
Entered' at the Postoffice at Hen
-"ertttfn, N. C, at the pound rate for
mittine that Mr. Heflin "went too
far" when he said that a certain
number of members of Congress act
ed suspiciously, prophesies that "be
fore the rumpus started by him is
over, Congressmen who have been
trimming or dodging will be sing
ed"' There has been entirely too
much "trimming" and "dodging" in
Congress and Germany has had too rext spring.
many friends there not to arouse
general suspicion. . -
Mr. Bryant further says that "the
time has come" for members of Con
gress to stand up and be counted
for the country or against it." This
time has been only too long delay
After having been delayed for two
week on account of the lack of a
teacher, the Wortham school, sever
al miles north of the city, but In
the cUy system, will open its fall
term next Monday morning. Miss
Helen Church, of Middleburg. will
be In charge. Miss Church his
tanfht in schools of Halifax and
Warren counties durin ethe iast
a" I three years, and Superintendent It.
Food conservation seems to have
degenerated into food conversation
G. Klttrell said that he felt he ha
been fortunate in filling the vacan
cy at Wortham. An attendance
about forty on the opening day Is
Wortham school was delayed In
beginning its session because of the
resignation of Miss Sallie Garlick.
It is understood the lost time will
be made up at the end of the term
IF YOU HAVE FEET YOU NEED SHOES IF YOU NEED
SHOES NO MATTER WHO YOU ARE HERE'S WHERE
YOU CAN GET THEM.
THE PRICE, LIKE THE SHOES, IS PAINLESS.
sunnrni! Wat kin
. (Member C&amtHT Commm)
j PERSONAL MENTION
Mrs. N. A. Ghee has gone to Ox
ford to spend some time.
Miss Grace Moore, who hit been
visiting W Sadie White, has re-
Cars Loaded .For Henderson.
uttitn nMHf -v. that turned to her home at Rldgeway
the Seaboard Air Line Railway has Mr- ,EJah rr",er d Ix,tmem"
requested the announcement to the J h, fa"!V? i,Ck2.lh 7,
tobacco growers of the section that Pho f fTer vltbelr br cfl
f.o,r ,.0- i in,H.H wiih Miss Cora Younger, of Stovall. haa
ed in its arrival, and if Mr. Heflin ' a ,o1ma , .- she will atend school this year.
pointed remarks have helped to has- , nn,r.nn m.rvt I ,Mrs. C.,E. Earl, of Stovall. has
ten it, then they were not in vain. These cars of tobacco are delivered Eone to Richmond to Tlslt her fath
There needs to be a genuine sift- in Henderson early on the following eT wbo ls 111 l ome ln tnat clly
ing of the present Congress before morning. Shippers are requested; - stovall School Orxran.
it aajourns, m oraer mai me sneep The Stovall school onanad lait
may be divided from the goats. The
Kaiser'3 crowd in ' both houses
should be thoroughly branded be
fore they are permitted to go fur-
o'clock ln the afternoon.
MADAM LOTTIE AND SISTER
week with Mr. W. II, RUer. of Vir
ginia, , as principal. .The other
teachers are Miss Sallie DavU, of
LouUburg; Miss Bessie Maogum'of
Name Is Omitted.
In the list of names ln the page
ther with their treachery to their I advertisement of the Chamber of I Stem; and Mies Loula Dufln, of
The latest news from China ris 4 - ' -I Commerce, giving the full member-1 Fredericksburg, Va.
A 1 A 1 Al J -
Certain members of 'the Senate UV. B UOB. " .
inai 01 u, w. uurrougos, 01 uao-
that Tien-Tsin is about
The new National Army is lucky
In that the Government proposes, to
give it a free excursion to Berlin, t
Unconditional surrender of the
Hohenzollerns and Hapsburgs
should be the first condition -of
peace stipulated by America.
Th,e Senate should at once pro
ceed to exercise its constitutional
rights and clear its roll of the names
of traitors to America. - :
First of all, put down treason in
high places, and then it will be
easier to blot it out among the
Some Congressmen and newspa
pers were too quick to denounce
Tom Heflin. It is apt to be the hit
dog that howls.
sweaen s 100a envoy arnvea in
America just in time to learn that
the United States had been handing
his country some food for thought
have become exceedingly bold In
The ?only way to gue the French
riev waa omitted. Mr. Bnrronrhl, Pope even an ounce 01 sugar per
making their treasonable utterances name 8h0uld have appeared as he li day u for ech xnn won" boy
both on ana on tne noor 01 ire ten-ift m,mv.r n tv chamber iana gin in America 10 reuuee nis
ate. They have gone to the very I : ; 1 consumption one-inira.
nnioHs limit In Violr- Vi?ttOT-n ect I " .
against their own country and gov- R R . wUe wn reach W0W S..An.lS
ernment. Neither Tom Watson nor vAtn oroMn, ot.. I We OBer Uno llunflred dollars
Emma Goldman has surpassed them at the Presbyterian -church Sunday. Keward lor any case of Cataria
in-this respect. It is therefore lit- in the morning the sermon will be thzi cannot bo cuxed by Hall's
tie wonder that 1 popular demand especially for (he benefit of the Catarrh Cure.
for their expulsion- should have children. Services in the evening xiii'wlmlSftSSm kMrS.
arisen Congress is no place for WN be at 7:30 o'clock. The public Cheney for list iiyr. and tuT
traitors in a time like this. They cordially invited to both services. .Kund
should be branded and driven from
our national legislative halls.
But it is strongly hinted that
there is an element in Congress
which se-jks to wear a mask and
play a double role. Some are even
accused of writing to certain of their
constituents one way and to others
another way. Others who claim to'
be loyal rarely ever lose an oppor
tunity to knock the administration's
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. OOverton re
quest the honor of your presence at
the marriage of their daughter,
Lenoia Myrtle, to Mr. Wade Slmson
Latta on Wednesday mprnlng, the
tenth of October, at ten o'clock at
at home, Klttrell, N. C. Route 3.
Vt nT oMigt!cp ro" M firm
TTair Catarrh Cur la taken Internally.
acUna directly upon th blood and mu
cous surracs or t arttem. Tanmonaie
nt tr. rnca 7S centa per bottla. 8U1
ty au irrcrna.
aa bait a itmrj nr-a rre ittti;tua
Every boy and girl In America
can serve his country and earn tile
I f . M J At . f
war policy. They are sort of "hawk rrencn auu togusn
and buzzard," not exactly for Ger- """J" 7 g,.I1Dg up ca"ay rr
inu ui I lit CC UJVUIU8. aUQT
many and not exactly for America.
is made of sugar and the French
That story of how he backed Ger
many out of Venezuela in 1902 may
he just another of the Colonel's
Mr. Bryant says the Heflin episode people have less than one-third the
win Dnng 10 puoiic nonce inose amount that we have.
who have failed to stand by the ad-
The American people can enable
the French to maintain their one
ounce per day per capita consump
tion of sugar by reduclng-our con
The heavy artillery - of Colonel
Roosevelt and Senator Boh LaFol
lette is still in action at long range,
but no casualties are reported.
And just to . think that at one
time Bob LaFollette waa '"seriously
considered for the Presidency of the
If Senator Bob' LaFollette really
has sought to be the "big noise,"
doubtless he has already heard the
echo from Oyster Bay and Columbia
- President Nicholas Murray But
ler, of Columbia, - thinks it is time
for the Senate to have a house
cleaning. So do many other loyal
Food Administrator Hoover ad
vises us to eat moro hash. We find
the regulation Hoover hash dished
out to us in the newspapers every
As soon as the Government ar
ranges to draft all industrial strik
ers into the army and send them to
the trenches, industrial strikes will
cease for the remainder of the war.
If the Emperor -could manage to
get in personal touch with Senator
Bob LaFollette, he no doubt would
at once proceed to decorate the Wis
consin srentleman with the iron
The coal miners also sought
favorable opportunity to show their
"patriotism" by seeking to paralyze
the coal industry of the country at
a time when it would be the most
embarassine to both Government
ministration in its war program.
Then we should be thankful for the
The time has come to call the roll
in" Congress and to force every mem
ber to take his stand either squarely
for the United States or against it,'
and the results of the roll call
should be given to the people broad
cast.- There is no longer any half-.
- . - - -
way ground as Detween tne unuea 1 . r
States -and Germany. . "He. that Is f JJ J J
not for. us is against us, and he that I
gathereth not with us scattereth LOST SAMPLE CASE DETIVEE
Mr. Barber .Ward, Jr., who haa
been spending some time with
friends at Stovall, has returned to
his home in Baltimore.
abroad." No cloak is needed for
down. right. loyalty to -America, and
the mask should be unceremonious
ly torn f rom every pro-German rn
Yes, let them stand up and "be
counted either for or against their
own country. Let them show their
colors, and let there be no mistake
about the correct entry of each
man's record as his name is called.
It is time for treason and disloyal
ty in the United States Congress to
come to an end, whether there be
but two or three members of a
hundred who are guilty of either.
The people have had enough of it
and they will most heartily endorse
a house cleaning.
, Rowland's drug storeJn South
Henderori and Vance notel Con
talned C. D. Kenny's sample's. Re4
waxd for return to Vane bocl. It
That American citizen arriving at
Stockholm after spending ten years
in Russia has broke no news to
many of us in making the declara
tion that from now on Russia might
as well be counted out of the war
equation onj.the side of the United
States and the Entente Allies.
Fact is Russia has already been out
of it for some time.
Congressman Small gives it out in
Washington that the people of the
First North Carolina congressional
district "want to fight Germany to
a finish." This should be due no
tice to army recruiting officers to
start at once a thorough canvass of
WANTED: FARMERS AND STOCK
-men for bargains ln 'our good
North Florida agriculture axu)
stock lands. . Write to J. B.
Streeter, Burbrldge Hetel, Jack
BOWLING ALLEY FOR SALE,
Located on Garnett street, doiag
a good business. . Best of reason
for selling. Apply to II. L. Nor.
REFINED YOUNG LADIES AS
Telephone operators. Between 16
and 25 years of age; Sth grade
education; salary paid 'while
learning; rapid advancement;
sick benefits; vacations with pay
after -first year. Apply to Chief
Operator, Home Telephone &
Telegraph Company. ' 25-6t
FOR SALE OR RENT rRIZE
House next door to D. C. Lough
lln's residence. Price 15,000.00.
Terms easy. Apply to R. J. Cor
I have this day qualified as ad
ministrator of Haywood Murray, de
ceased. All owing the estate wll
please settle the same, and all hav
ing claims against the .estate wll
file them within twelve months, or
this will be pleaded in bar thereto.
J. C. KITTRELL,
Th Wot I J Cmalrt
T.rtora LocaUhS Ovrr
GAS CO- Gara-u Slrr-t
! arrived la towm
mad thla la oar flrt vitt.
rabUc IntltrJ to oar
ADVICE ON LOVE COl'RTSnrP AND MAIUUAGE.
Settles lovers Quarrel, rtu<ea the separated. eaoM- a tpe4r
and happy marriage with the oce ef your cholc. She l&tcrprvta
dreams, tells of your frleads and e&e&l, glvea advice perui&Isr
to law salts everything. The troubled and nnfortaaate shoaU
seek her council. Thouaacdt of he aria made glad throata lr
truthful predictions. Whatever may t your troutl. aniMr.
fear, hopes and wUhe. call oa thU gifted lady Immediately.
If you are separated from the oae you love, or la trost!
from any eaue. consult ber NOW. Would you like to curry
quickly? Are you troubled over aay afair of lift? Are yoa rca
templatlnjt a&y Important chance? Do yoa wUb to t-t mare asc
cestful? If so. yoa need her advice; to qeatlocs aaked; yca'r la-
mediately told of your trout!?, a&d how to overcome tt9.
her now. tomorrow may he to late.
Only to Know I the Great IWlre.
OFFICE HOURS, IO A. VI. TO O I l.
H pedal Invitation to llf IjhUc ef Ilrodrrtoa.
OPENING H.TUIlIlArH:iTlmni 2TII.
DISPATCH WANT ADS GET THE RESULTS
THE GREAT ROCKY
EASTERN CAROLINA'S FAVORITE
OCTOBER 2-3-4-S, 1917
BEST IN EXHIBITS GREATEST IN AMUSEMENT.
THE BIG METROPOLITAN SHOWS ON GROUND
ALL THE WEEK.
SOMETHING DOING ALL THE TIME.
Every provision for accomodating the Biggett Crowd
ever attending an Eastern Carolina Fair.
DON'T FORGET THE DATES. BE.Ofl HAND.
EVERY DAY A BIG DAY.
Of Fall Shoes, .
Dresses, Coat Suits
i the First District.
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