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TIIE UNION COUNTY PAPER EVERYBODY READS IT
-THE UNION COUNTY PAPER EVERYBODY NEEDUr
PUBLISHED TWICE EACH WEEK TUESDAY AND FRIDAY
VOL.27. NO. 22.
MONROE, N. C FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1921.
$2.00 PER YEAR CASH IS
A. E. f:s biggest rogue
WAS A LEAKSYiLLE BOY
Ik' Braved the Um f l'.ntl"ii Dui;ip
(llartl l-'ur Si (.nllim ol Mil
.New Oilowii .Mol.ivun
THS JOKE ON Ml!. I'. V. I'LYI.KK
The senior Lieutenant of Co. C
5t.ti Pioneer Iufantry, of which the
writer was a lowly private, used to
Vll his men to "do anything you can
get by with." Most of us, howerer,
accepted his edict with more or less
reservation, but one lad, claiming
Leaksville, N. C, for his home, went
the "whole hog. He was the biggest
rogue In the entire A. E. F. He would
take any risk to gratify the hunger
that only those who were in the Ar-
gonne engagement have known, and
to satisfy bis Insatiable craving for
sweets he would brave a regiment.
Otherwise he was a good soldier, and
It should be said to his credit that he
never stole from his own comrades
confining his raids to supplies belong-
lac to other outfits. Many were his
escapades, but none had a more de
lightfully humorous, though at that
lime disappointing, ending than the
one which occurred In the vicinity of
Mountfancon. that natural fortress
occupied for so long by the Germans,
ftnd the capture of which by the
Americans marked the beginning of
the end of the imperialistic designs
lit the now humbled, exiled Kaiser.
Ktar the town was a ration dump,
td while passing it one afternoon,
nt Leaksville boy thought he espied
case of Jam among the piles of
turned beef, tomatoes and hardtack,
r.d he immediately laid plana to con
fiscate it for himself and bunk-mates,
or lather tent-mates. That night he
ti ld us ct nib intention?, and wheii we
protested, pointing out the danger he
would incur, the dump being under a
luv.vy guard, he ridiculed our fears
o confident was he of his uhllity to
j:rt awuy with the much desired case
of jam without detection. Vainly we
tvitd to dissuade h ut from his pur-
j os-o bv derating it t ) be our earnest
or.vietion that he could never get
siv.-.y from the (l imp without being
i n : oe! with a bullet from one of the
M'..Hfs guus. Ho gn at vns his rrav
i . for so mo; him: sweet that nothim!
tb.Mt of a combined ;-.Tni:in nir raid
.t Ur.rae would liuve Ilt hi:t
la iiia tent. Soon lie w;m off, leav ini
tio in the throes of anxiety, for u'l ol
us hud conceived unite a toiuln-'-s tr
l.dii, and although we knew v.e would
share In the plunder it nis mission
was successful, none of us enred to
see him risk his life. Minutes passed.
Our ears were keyed to hear the rifle
hot that we momentarily expected to
m.stcn the end of our courageous but
rtb friend". But no shot rang out.
nor was the nir pierced with the
fchnek of the mortally wounded.
Quick, heavy treads heralded the ap-
Droach of the tuning lau, ana our
peering glances "through the darkness
if him coming nearaer ana nearer
with a case of goods on his shoulder.
W wcro overjoyed. By exercise of
caution, we reasoned, ana oy
Meting our appetites, tne case
kf jam would last us for weens.
Etcerlv we 1 rted tne ouroen
from his shoulder, wnue one
LOVELAND TO LECTURE
"Perils of Democracy" WiD Be
- His Topic
"AUNT ALICE" ROBERTSON FAMOUS SPEECH OF LATE
TAKES JATH OF OFFICE' CRRUS Q. LEMMOND FOUND
"1 W.hi'l Mind It a Hit," Say Fein- A Member .f Legislating !,
iuiiie Meiiilier of t'ongrf nn Fmmii
the State of Oklahoma
'tini). He Advocated Calling f
HIVf lltioll III I Mil.
Authoritative, Challenging Address In.
plrlng Sanity and Sturdy
"The Perils of Democracy" will be)
(he subject of Dr. Frank L. Lovelaud'a
challenging address at the coming Red
path Chautauqua. Hta lecture li tba
WAXTS "MISS" DKOPl'FI) OX KOI.L HE FAV(HtKI) THE 0FF.HF.K.UY
MONTAVILIE FLOWERS , STOS WITHIN GRASP OF
TO LECTURE HERE! SAB DR. WEAVER
Weil-Known Publicist on Redpath
"Aunt Atice' Robertson has been Mr. R. W. Lem
worn in as Representative from a copy of the famous speech made
vKiauuuia. iskiub me oam wun i.ie in inc .orth Carolina General As
rest of the group of members front 'sembly by his father, the late Cyrus
uer siaie. sne leni tne oniy color to y. Lemmond. in 181. The elder
the somewhat drab proceeding which
marked the organisation of the
House of Representatives of the
Miss Robertson entered the hall of
the house dressed in a simple and
business-like frock of blue and car-
rying a large boo. net of rosi. She
took a seat in an obscure rorntr.
Later, when the. so.aker callej for
the delegation fro.n Oklahoma, shf
s sen a mug o.r.i'on.
"It wasn't ned.-'y as bad n i'd
expected." confld'd Miss ltobeitson
afterward. "I diJu t r-ially mind it
at all. I had ex.). it would be
FRANK L. LOVELAND.
eulmlnntlon of thorough Investigations,
both In America and In Eurojw.
Into all of his utterances, Doctor
I.nveland Injects an Intense patriotism
based on a sturdy Americanism and n
faulty of vision that are stimulating
Doctor liovcltind Is so fired with his
theme, ami Is so thoroughly the embod
iment of that theme that he stirs the
hearts of his hearers to new pride In
the past nnd new faith In the future
Doctor I.ovelnnd's lecture fills a gen
uine need in these days of Imilling
.ochl nnd economic unrest.
IIIiiNK OS-' THK
;u.m. iu n:s i.s:vu:w
, inlnume IMIHikcs Keiitenced f
i:ie (r iiied June 1", Askit I'tuy-c!-s
for l.lfe Impiisiiiiiiieiit.
V. Talmage Dllliuga. sentenced at
the last term or Wilkes county su
perior court to be electiouted June
17 for the murder of Will Chatham,
writes to friends "back homo'' ask
ing them to pray that his senteuce
be commuted to life Ininrisoumeiit.
His deed was committed eeveial years
ago, he escaping and travelled over
tliirtv-eiKht states before his hemth
failefl, causing him to return to
I Wilkes county, where be was Imme-
'diutcly arrested. His letter, as re-
. ported by the Wilkes Patriot, reads:
I .T. t..I w I.
hhc party, a Pennsylvania man. in- - ""', "". 'uu
sertrd his bayonet under the box li.t. - - "'-,'" ""'
heir most acute disappointment.' ';' Bplrit that I cvrr
black New Orleans JUn life and
lUPiasses! (, ,,,. ... ... . .
The next morning while he was ;"- '' "" ' ' ''
building a fire preparatory to cook- " - "'Iw.. ""3
inn breakfast, tne company coon ...... . '. - -
Ironr.d six cans of molasses. He has
lir-t learned to this day whence tney
The Joke on Sir. Plyler.
Sonic days ago there came to Mon
roe a mati by the name of Davis, rep-
ffnting the Koenwald fund, Jewish
niliions placed In trust for the pur
'fli II U'aa uhptl Ilia. ni.:tihtirv
of a new Congres.1 being rwoin iu
years ago. It juis all so stiff and
formal. But thli war. much better.
We Just went .town front together
and it was all over."
Wears Mustot Klephant.
Representative Robert w ihtn
pointed proudly to a ti'imber of pins
and badges she woim and described
them. On a thin gold chain Mrtng
around her neck she word the little
ivory "C O. P." elep'iaut--her mas
cot during her campaigning days, she
exilaiued. The otheib weiv for the
Daughters of the Ai:iarlcin Rexolu
tion. Red Cross, Siiaalsh War Vet
erans, and there wau a small bow
of gold and purple ribbon hei col
lege colors with a gol 1 wishooue.
"Yes, I have been flooded with Je
niaiuis that 1 Introduce a'.l b-uts of
legislation." she replied to a ques
tion, "hut I am Just -"''ii,' to sit
back for a while until I ..ee how
things are run here. I d-rn'r want
to push forward and be in tin way
"The bills? Oil, there is every
thing from really serious and dest rv
ins matters to trifling and novel
schemes for new divorce laws. W!i,
do you suppose they should Wk uion
tin old maid to handle surh stian
bufe'iness as divorce comjerns?"
Tells of Debt to tile t'olom-l.
With a shy smile, the white-haired
aud blue-eyed woman who lepre-
sents the Muskogee district conllded
that the proudest day of her life
had just been made doubly good. She
said she had met Mrs. Alice Roose
velt Longworth In the corridor and
that they had talked for several
"You don't understand," she con
tinued. "Dark in the old days, when
things were not going as nicely a
now, her father, then President, help
ed me ereatlv.
"My mother was an Invalid and I
had to be with her always. Presi
dent Roosevelt made me postmistress
of Muskogee, so I could attend to
mother and keep the postofnee, too,
There were a lot of others who want
ed the Job, because It was one of the
best in the Indian Territory. But
he told me I rhould keep It as long
as he was President. And he kept
"Mrs. Longworth knew about It
and I am clad that today I have
proved his confidence In me."
"And there's one other thing,
she called back. "I am not going
to let them call me 'Miss Robertson'
when they call the roll. I want them
to Just say 'Robertson.' Why should
thev be allowed to accentuate the
people will work for ?n. t) get me
off with a life term and I sure hope
that they will, fur it is an awful
thing to think or to have to take
that chair. You nlenne tell Mra
Dorothy to pray for me, and you pray;'"0 1m an oltl mald?
for me to die a natural death. If 1
only had let that whiskey alone I
would not have beenJiere, but I did
pot-: of according flnuiuiul aid in the not think of ever getting Into trou-
-cction of negro school houses in the hie like this. I sure never thought; Well there are sucars for which such
mth'. He was dark-complexion and of killing that man In my life. What nrlppt are asked, and which people
bof!scd sharp facial features crea- that Nichols told, If I had to die this 'buy. The most expensive of them
.... , - I : i . j ...1. ...... t .......... B..!.a i.. . tir.. .... I . ..... . n -
:iK lit u i!H'i.-: :iun iu;-.i ill! ui nuniue, i iicirr twin iu my Hie, unu called dUICilOl BIIU COSls fiio a
wish extraction, a nirmi:!i that I hope the Lord will bring the truth I pound. By comparison the other
air.ed credence when Ma mission he- out some time. If I am to die I hope 'sugars seem almost cheap. Mnnnose,
tr.ie known, for what v.ou'.d bo more the good people will find out the real for example, costs only $140 a pound,
itural than for a Jew to entrust his thing about it. Mr. Foster, If I only! .Mimno-e is made from the scraps
iK!iis in the hanJs of memurrs of coi l.l see yon and t ilk In you nnd 'that are left over In making vegetable
tne purpose ol tus ten you now i reel since I'nrist na; ivory buttons."' Another sugar, man-
Some Uemlly Kxpcnslve Sugar
What would you say to sugar that
cost from $75 to $375 a pouna:
is own rare
Lemmond, who was the renreaenta-
tive from this county, advocated se
cession, and extracts from his speech.
wnicn was printed and distributed by
the Mate in '61, so forcible were his
"Sir, nearly every religious chord
which bound the two great sections ot
our country together has been snap
ped asunder, and the Christian
churches of the North and South non
stand in hostile array to each other,
and Southern Christians are denied
the right of communion with them
at the holy sacrament table, simplv
because they tolerate slavery. Again,
I ask, what is it that made Southern
submissionists so much love such a
t'nlon, when they are denied equal
rights in it; denied their rights oi
property, their rights of equality, and
above all. their rights to commune
with their brethren at the Lord's
"But this is not all. Look at the
damage they have done in Texas.
Mississippi, and other Southern States
by . stirring up servile Insurrection
among our black population. Look
at the amount of property that has
been stolen from the South by the
North and for which the South has
no effectual remedy. More than one
hundred million dollars of our slav
property has been stolen and run off'
... r- i . i . i
iu vsiiiiua, oy way or the under
ground railroads, that we can nevei
net; no effectual remedy in the world.
And yet they cry, 'the Tiilon, tb
Illustrates Inconsistency of l iiloii fry
'consistency iri said to be a jew
oui it v. poss.'sf, it. There is Just
about .us much consistency in a man
ottering on a cup of hemlock ;u
leiuug you it was the very best of
wine, ami you would drink ii down
J'.ist 1 irailsi- it vv;s called will',
though yn;i knew it would dciiro.v
you the next minute, as there i:i ii:
I Ilia cry of 'l iiimi, I'liion, k;iv the
1'nioit,' when you see Uifit that I uion
is about to prove your utlr-r vul'i and
destruction. Permit me, Mr. Chair
man, to Illustrate our condition in
Ihe South, by way of comparison.
Suppose in a neighborhood of some
ciuht or ten persons, one of the in
dividuals commence stealing from his
nearest neighbor, taking his bacon
Out of his meat house, in the course
of a night or so take his horse out
of his stable, and so on until he is
about to take all his neighbor has;
and the injured one knowing who it
is tnat Is taking away his property,
begins to complain to hb other neigh
bors, and talk or Instituting legal
process against the wrong-doers, and
all the other neighbors advise him
not to do so Hdvise him to make no
disturbance in their peaceful com
munity Just let the villlan go, and
he does so; but finally, finding no
security for his property in that
neighborhood, comes to the conclu
sion to move out of it In order to
obtain peace and security. But all
the rest of his neighbors tell him he
must not move; it will break up their
glorious community: and finally tell
him that he shall not leave If he
does they will compel him to come
back. I ask would not every sane
minded man say, that everyone of
his neighbors were accessories before j
the fact to thel't, and were all receiv
ing a portion of the stolen g.n!s?
Most assuredly they would. And yet
will Deliver HI Great Address,
"America Looking Ahead" A Study
of Today and Tomorrow.
Montavlll Flowers, eminent publl
cist, will lecture at the coming Red
path Chautauqua on "America Looking
Thla address presents principles up
on which the future life and happiness
SJl I VlfSF
by MnnVit, Chicago
of the ruitlou depend. It reveals the
new continent of difficulties nnd prob
lems which have been upheaved nero?,
otir national path by the volcauk
forces of the World war.
Mr. Flowers Is n striking type o(
the constructive mind. Do personifu
action. He s'e!s n snlis; hU lecturt
Id lil t nil tn 1 III Itself but seti up s
clear jre-a! for iiatl;uial aim, nnd stiimi
lates united purpov to attain It Hi
subject Is of universal Interest.
-Not Kven a.. Kcuse f, Hhhr Man
lt..j SajiK . di.ln-t IUe
MODF.ilN DKXT1STUY IS UKST
AMI ( IIFAPKST l.VSl HA VCC
l ulled Slates has Realized .More Than
Any Other .Nation the Importance
of Mouth Hygiene.
(From the Type Metal Magazine.)
Even the young people of today
can remember when no one thought
ot going to a dentist until he had a
And yet today some of us are so
VUtSK of SUt F-SSFt b SCHOOL
Marsliville. April 21. The com
iiencemeiit exercises of the Marsh
ille school which have been in prog
ress this week, beginning wi,n the
to? f Udi' mornin8. come
to a clos! to-night with the .i.'
K?ay enin8 the Piano pupils
and public school music pupils enter-
wi.h Tn . pac,ly nouse for two "our.
with instrumental numbers and songs
which give evidence of tho ..m.
training the pupils had r.iM5
Tom the first raii. w.w
school, the s ntiii" u. 01.....-.,
T?tl0", of t,H akng musical
ability of younger Marshville. and the
,i - 11:1 ure development along
.... ,j , .,- Kiatirying to the
Patrons and friends of the school,
ine instrumental iinmh,..o .n .
hich were played from memory
were rendered with a sureness of
technic and a musical aini-,.i-.tin
unusual in pupils so young.
"ii tuesuay afternoon the decla
mation contest was held at 7: 30 fol
lowed by aa ndiln i,v r.. A
Weaver of l inroe The H,.i..i.,'..I
and innr stiliim -.p na e..u
Harry Hlli. "Vision i i..
v I"' l!lis:" Seab'n Blair,
ine Confetti rate Dead:" James Mnr.
gon. -The , South." All thim
joung men a;e yi,lendid speakers and
at the conclusion 0f the program re
ceived heartiest congratulations from
w.c .uifce auuience upon their per
formance. The 1iulireo t!cv f n
Weaver of Monroe. Mr pu-hA tA."
of Wingate, and Mr. Bedford Graham
of Statesrille voted, two to one in
awarding the medal to Harrv Ilivens.
Rev. C. C. Weaver was then intro-
uu.-eu io ine audience by Rev. J J.
Ldwards. and the appearanro or the
speaker drew forth spontaneous ap
plause from the audience. Ir, Wea
ver prefaced his til dress with remarks
to the effect I hat having eaten too
much dinner himself and having an
audience who looked ns if they had
been in the hal.it of .atinK too i.iuch,
he was rather npprchem-jve or the
outcome or the h,iur, but he assured
them he would not he offended if nut
over two-thirds of the audience went
to sleep. However, the speaker's
tears were groundless, for he suc
cessfully delivered thoughts which
louseu nis nearer lo admiration and
deep concentration. His subject was
"What makes us what we are." View
Ing the subject first from the point
of heredity, next from environment
and circumstances in general. Dr.
Weaver made clear the point' that
nothing could keep a man down who
had the will and purpose to rise above
the many obstacles, and succeed. The
theme was especially appropriate and
doubtless s"ed were sown iu good
Well educated in enn nH nfr.. ...... I """""r "own
if we hvp ..T Th, .k. t .Y"" I ?"". 0,11' often do we hear
me piamiive cry "i did not have a
we nave a pain in tne knee we
suspect that something may be wrong
witn our teeth.
More tooth brushes are sold in the
I'nited States than in all the rest of
More dentists are practising- in the
United States than in all the rest of
We are probably at least a gen
eration ahead of any other nntion
in the matter or the attention which
we give to our oral hygiene.
One way to pick an American out
of a crowd in a Kuropean city Is to
look at his teeth. We have the best
teeth of any people.
chance.'" There is no excuse for a
boy or man of average health and
Intelligence even making a remark
like that, and even women may rise
up and make a successful way in the
world If they but have the grit to
stick to it. But, we did not begin
with the Intention of "painting the
lily" by adding more to Dr. Weaver's
admirable address; rather we were
giving a . full, hearty, Methodist
"amen!" to what he has already said.
On Wednesday evening the play,
"An Average Man," was given by the
high school. This play was pronoun
ced by ninny to be the best ever pro-
We are told that ir a dentist could .. " ,OCB' li" " '
examine the mouths or every pel son ho h ilt .5 TJ,,, rp
in a theater tonight he would find I ? ? !?drend.l,,.on'.. l "de'
would. And yet nearly evervoTie need I nir rientimrv nf I 1 ." ul "lss "'a a 01
arter the South has borne, again ami Vine kind ' me mgn school faculty and Prof. Big-
again, with Just such robberies; has An invesiinator renorted at a re- iY'Haractera of tlie play, each a
remonstrated for the last forty years, 0Hlt meeting of a dental society that Y'r"'. wpr" "iPally repre-
until remonstrance is no longer a less than twelve i.er cent of the ueo- ? lne .'ocal uoys and girls, and
virtue; has almost gotton upon her ie of the I'nited Slates einnlov a '. q. . oulnur8 of laughter, and
knees, and Implored her Northern denilKt or nnnreriute :... i..lftri.,'nee " 1 r ail ai'I'iause at the end of each
brethren to cease to Intrude upon of ,(), hygiene. Examinations have Vi? ,i . domonslrntedl the ap-
her rights of person and property, rexealed t o,! there is an i.v.v.i-e r":!'lti,"i f Ihe audi.-nee. Theaud-
fails to net her enual i-lchl . In ihn :. i., . !.. ... ""' lUlil Was packed to the limit bo-
Union: when he conies to the con- a,,,,,,-!,.,,,, Inie eight o clock and hundreds turn-
heol hoii't', iii lower Biiford town-; rlern spirit. IMra. e read St.' Mai li the
then iitnji r conns union, before f.th chapter and that fits my cane the
aUng the p-iiii l uppropiiatlou of best of anythins' I ever saw, anil if I
lout ?S(0. I'iiforiunntely, Mr. Kay : roiild I would write a whole tablet
uiid- iburk. the county supei Intend-' and send it lor 1 have h:id experi
it of public Instruction, wss out oiicnce enough lo fill it. But I am
'n, and the duty c taKing mm to liiau or one tning, tiiourn tne n"vn
i;;t was to Innpei-t the Silver Hun come In me and has ca.-t out the un-,ite, is mnde from manna, the nutri
tive gum with when the children ot
Lirael were fed In the wilderness.
Manna forma in little flake-like scales,
which the wind blows into the air
and carries to the ground some dis
tance away. It has the delicate taste
nr a iciwi uafW Still another of
ie school hou:e fell upon two of the, has destroyed my life he can't get tm? sugars, called xylose. Is made
icmbers of the board of education, my soul, for I am going to the Lord rrom corn-cobs and Is priced at $120
ir. r. r. w. riyier anu niyseir. in prayer nigni ana nay, ami now a nonnd
V - , . . . ... ...... .. .. I.k 1. ... I . 1. .. . . . I '
iieiore starting in air. fiyier s au- mmimui i uiu iui i can gui on my
mobile, we bought cigars for our. knees and ask the Lord to forgive
ost. On the way. we chatted gaily. 'me and I ttianK the Lord that il-
lavis proving himself to be an adept jvation Is free to all. "Well, I think
mversallonalist. He was well vera-, I will come to a close by asking you
d In literature, especially French to write nie a long letter and to tell
tad English, quoting at length from Mrs, Myrtle Freeland and Mr. Rob-
Ln 6h1m.nAi.A ThnnViiM TVitmna ' prt V. Hunt that Iheti nrnt-Ari hava
lusiim to t-.iove, to secede from such These new figure show how large !'V, TV'i ,Iow"'"'
, Union in order to get rid of this I, the tusk hcr.,r, ns Th.-v iu.li-! . ,,,a)' 1e repeated here on Fi 1-
den or thieves; we h,r rrom r.ll quar- cate that when peo;.le are once arous-' .'1, h'-h "1 Rive many
tiT. remain in the I'nlon. You r.n.-t '0l, t0 tIl(, )rtae,re of a clean n.outli " ''V opportunity to see an es-
not. you shall not. secede nnd break ,.d heulihv teeth there will he .U- ,f nA' r,, vor '"' 'y v-1'11 rendered.
t im t-fiiiii;-, uuiovviiiK tne recita
j lions and debate the medals will be
awarded and the graduating class
i half-yearly visits to my dentist aro
up tins glorious cnion. it does reem llu,n(j for dentls ry that will put that '
in me. mat tno. e suomisive penti-- ,.;r. t-iiui mi a tui ..-tmn ihiv
men who are dailv croaklii'' 1'iilnn .! m.. .. ........ i i... i.. ..,..' "... i
I'nion. are In some wnv or other ul-i hnif.i-omiu vuii. m mv HemtHt n.-e:wl" " Kiven their diplomas. The
cott. Shakespeare, Thackery, Dumas.' ert E. Hunt that their prayers have
le Maupassant and a host of other been answered and 1 thank the Lord
riters. His mind was a veritable ana to pray ror my sentence to be
ore house or sparkling literary cnangea to me imprisonment,
ms. He could recite poem arter j "This Is from a sad friend,
ieni. and so enormous was the le "W. T. BILLINGS."
bis vocabulary that ho never hesi-
ted for a word. Mr. Plyler and my-,"Tlie Minister's Wife's New Bonnet"
If complimented him on his attain-1 A riot of laughter, millinery and germs
ents time ana tune again, mum io mn. une or tne most popular mus-
Miss Hattie Armfleld.
. f ........ ...,... I "'""i" Mir
a iiinuri ill rii. vi utiuui . . A nn 11- . . , . .. , . A, . . ,
tioned this to him one day. and he K:"P MorKan and Mr' 'aorn
Tlie costliness of those sugars Is
the result of the excessive care that j
must be exercised in making them,
for the presence In them of any Im
purity or of any other kind of sugar
unfits them for the Important uses to
which they are put.
Every bacteriological laboratory
has them. One Is particularly useful
In detecting typhoid; the organisms
that cause the disease are so fond
ot it that they pounce upon It at once
and there multiply so fast that their
presence Is easily detected.. Others
are Invaluable In detecting cholera
lied to those Northern thieves.
Secession Only Hemedv.
"Mr. Chairman, it is said that the told me that those of his patients who. . . .
election of Lincoln is not a suf- came in regularly ror examinations " T"" Y " ' -
flclent cause for a dissolution of wnt far less money with him than Sencv of Mr n I
the I'nlon. Now, Sir. I am not aware thnw who waited Tor a toothache to rn has ma,', manv forward
that any one on this floor contends, bring them In. - stenT his nrhoTSLnV d
that the election of Lincoln or anvl ui me money economy or mis , ,; .. ":.:, :',:
one else according to" the forms" of ""outh hygiene is the smallest factor. V' Ml the best Intef-'
vii luiiamuiiuH, in, ui iisi-u my ciuiw --. - . ....... . f ( school alwava at heart
of a dissolution, or even romnininf .Millions of people have neuritis, rheu-? 7v. , .. . , f "f,8
K... oi. .wV V" " Vw ..Tl'in.tl.m .nH m.nv cninmnn rit.en.e. oevoung nis Hie IO tne Up
on, ok ii urns iiirv tifince ine .... ... , - h,, u ,1 i n ...j . i .. i . v. ..
Issue: Htht her-thev cioethe.r! of the stomach, kidneys, heart and i V" " v'1! .V L. , yo.uns
. .'k; V.V;:.:uV; ".T liinll caused, we are told hv '"'H1 "". uoiaing unaone
' .u . u"uc,"u'" ',T r"'1" infiipH teeth , which could be accomp lshed in behalf
re the real causes, and wh en Just ry ,,nrctfd lee- it ... or the school and th tnireth-r with
the whole South to secede. What are Modern dentistry, without doubt. Is f 1 ' t't01gtohaerr, l
i. .... !. -v... ' . lih PhunHi nri ninnt pffprtii hpniih Ine support or tne school board and
a pleasure; and so great was our. leal entertainments ever written: ov-
hnlration of his ability that when er 1000 churches have used It. At the
,e car got eturk In the mud we has- court house Friday evening at eight
ncd to do all the necessary dirty o'clock. For benefit of the hospital,
ork that getting back on dry land Admission 50 and 25 cents,
itailcd; and when we returned to m
onroc late that afternoon, thej future tnaiots that we adapt our
. . 1 selves to conditions or change th -
IVr.tlnue,! on Tage f lghl." conditions take your choice.
Only a small quantity of the sugars
Is used at one time. An ounce of
some of them would last even a busy
bacteriologist a year.
Hogville will soon have to havo
new jail as the old one we have no
has been broken open and cut o:t n?
so often that It Is getting vci v much
out of repair.
these ,facts? Sir. they are the n. the cheapest and most effective health
auguration. through Mr. Lincoln, or insurance we can ouy,
principles hostile to the constitution
or the Union, and the Institutions of
fifteen sovereign states of this great
Confederacy. It Is the Inauguration
of the Irrepressible conflict which Is
- , t e.f. riiiination. until
f;-..- l-.ii vestige of rdavery shall be
faculty, and the unfaillnc Interests of
,the town, have placed the Marshville
cnooi si me top in" trie educational
urra - ! . , .,. t m. m """I wi- luy IU iuq tTUUlMllUUill
"Tlie Minister's Wife's ew Bonnet" Jife of the county, and ranks it among
Come laugh through a few hours not , gUe. Th, ,8 tnrtJllT
of v bo'esome fun. and take a look at hanHionnerf . nUnt . .
nod to mean, that thla wv- the family rotygraph album, at the equate buildings, and an" auditorium,
t can not permanently endn-e rot.rt house Friday evening at eight and It Is becoming necessary that
ve and hilf free; i',;m o o.-unk. Admission 50 and 25 cents, something be done to relieve the slt
er ,rC(,n -i mu t iv;:!i forward! uatlon and nllnw th -hnt rnn.
j What has become or the old-rash- tlnue to grow to Its possibilities. It
. ioned mother who used to done her Is the hope or everv interested citizen
, , (Children with sulphur and molasses, that by next year an auditorium wll!
tominticd on Dace Light, every spring? !be built.