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"THE UNION COUNTY PAPER EVERYBODY READS IT
THC UNION COUNTY I'APEK-EVERYBODY NEEDS IT"
Tee Monroe Journal
PUBLISHED TWICE EACH WEEK TUESDAY AND FRIDAY
VOL.27. NO. 23.
MONROE, N. C, TUESDAY, MAY 3, 1921.
$2.00 PER YEAR C VH
REY. MR. MOORE TO HOLD
.V1!5SJBICKEII,S FIRST EFFORT iOYER S200 CONTRIBUTED
MEETING AT MARSHYILLE fin BEFORE ESQ. M'WHORTER1 . FOR RELIEF OF CHINESE
j largely attended and hichly eujoyed j . j Zl
uj mi luisim. i in uruKraiu ov me .. .
rmiiiiiu i-Mir .ar. in iiikiiiiii ihii. aih'H a r. 1 1. uiiiui . .. ...
William IVtl.lcl to (,!lr il.r i Give UrM Hand Account or ',,,ait- our '"al export iu March thu
V.KiHK l-awyer Trial. SutlfHiiK of the People. ! -? 11 ,' ' ! S'. b?U ai;ai"sl
1 !4. t.0 biles in March last year
p T.!S The'joVnial :- j CHAPTER KU KLUX KLAH
Great Hi imia in March tbu year took , ,. nnn . Mr,, .,r,r,
nsr.:rrr:;! hay be organized here
1' . I. . ..Ii 1 ft I
vi mrr .limine .tri :iiu.m iirmiirr .lmj,.,.., rt r,kii.u .-...- " ,
" "l. 'T, ? "- Pmeml profusely by those fully
competent to judge such matters and
'the speaking by the oltlir ones was
M:VS KYKNTS OF TIIK WV.V.H well ii i to ihe hiVli standard estab-
jlished lone aso bv the speakers.
Marshvllle. May 2. The Methodist i After the children's part had been
S-uday school at Marshvtlle is plan-'flnished Mr. W. C. Heath of Monroe
ning to combine with the other Sun-!arose to introduce Mr. B. C. Asheraft
day schools in the district in a rally ago of Monroe, and while on the floor
day Wednesday. May 4. Prof. Oscar made some very feeling and impres
. Woo-iley, Sunday school secretary give remarks that auiounted to an ex
of the Western North Carolina ron-!tra etmA sn-rh itself alihoueh h
pan less than one halt as much. In
ClUrR PROSPECTS AKK "Kl'I.X T!" BK. t.lIIKT PI.AYF.lt SAXti SOU
Our. geuial friend. 'Squire Henry A congregation that filled fairly
McWhorter. has for a Ions time lol- well the huge Chautauqua tent heard
lowed the habit of calling, when in the Rev. Dr. c. N. Caldwell of the
town, at the Enterprise office for a North China Mission of the presby
chat with the paper's manasers.write.s terlan rhurvh Sunday afternoon In
Mr If II I ft A.f:.lll In thil lu( lua.i.. tl an'...?,! a.....:.... ar
of his paper. We have studiously en- of the- five northeastern provinces of n ?' I,la,1,1S iiue and let
Uir uruiia leiltaill UU I lie 1(1111
not half so much this March as Ia.l.
The farmer who has not cut his cot
ton arieat;e will use not thus.
There are farmers in this state who
have increased their coin yields per
acre trom twenty-live bushel., to hiiy
Triit)-i Miinioe en Ht-cciic In
illation in et'inie .Member of
the "lutisible K-uipiiv."
lllvroKY Or' THK KAMol S OKHf R
An a'jtt will be made to organize
a brain !i of t!ie "Ku Klux Klan" here
this week, according to letters re-
and seventy-five bushels per acre just cived by twenty-six prominent busl
by the practice of plant. us soy beans n,'S!' fro1" "Ti-Bo-Tim." of Char-
i"ue, one or ine imperial organizers.
The letters read:
C ., WA . It I . . illt rtt 1 Hi a hultil fni H-Kn M-mil.l 'h n L. ...-I. . l. . i . inr uruna I e Ilia 111 UU I lie 111111. 1
in, iu or iirwui unu iisir j . at the Ix nil ii hi he would not 1 " , u - .-u.u ......... iwuunniK me vmu account . .,,.1 . ..." . . , ,r I i..0. lr. vn.n. !.., i .
charge of the program, while othorlke " hi. un ,1 ituMto"Uni0rilmmrniro,ittni ot Arable conditions illustrated t'sr 1 has ha ",ade, il,h Lv. ?0 me bT . ne! 1 11
M-eakers and features will add Inter-1 of course It "a tiseless to tHI I nion a ,alk wi,h ,hP Sui'e? Wh" ,h0 b' th rwll" ot everal heart-rend- Tr "' 5 Tufnt f W,!U- vo.n" vl ,o .iid tlTt v, I 2t I
est to the occasion. PYof. Woosley U comity folk tha Mr Ashcraft made a 'Sinltf callod the da" folloine he ,nK """ of the dreadful trem- US,H, 1" Mllda of. Pressive : om a ". th . w,er
an expert In Sunday school work and SVc,?. Mncemos lot the . hav'e ?Id of April lOth. a marked it.e. ,8 which the sufferers are driven. ' 0y " neon'a 'rowl1 K the Tenent, o'f theCh L an re
the day will daubtless be a profitable lh(vtrA hilu on various occasions and chail5e from hls usual unner was hau were passed among the hearers .co? " Kr? f ua,:iiiCi ,,? wonianhoi .hif-
one to all the Sunday schools that thai Z t.Xs nTXr k"nd Immediately noted. He was Strug- and nearly two hundred dollars pour- iff"0' "'1 ' ""'V "l 0t suoremac" omanhood nd hl,e
avail themaehes of this opportunity to' HVbject war- Klin to be cheerful, to be sure. But ed into the,,.. It Is understood that ' . J- k h'8 Tl T,"1' 'tM "The above order mo t . o -itivelr
hear him and .earn of the best way. .ffr'a'." and no one tot "tired or ! h'7 V ha'' fad- ' " time the amount has been J b,aD8 ln th" cora stand- for a I thet'.nd also "or the
to push this important work forward. 'even showed idcns of restlessness kept re",rn,nK 10 h' fac. nt ogmented to a total of something. p , l' .... , . . 'uuholdin fi.ifillinir u.,.i P,f!r!m.B
People of all churches, as well as the n9oMlookKotoTt real fr,,nd of the Sluire cou,d view ,ike Uo huudrpd and flf,y doIa"- L , L "C ,,h.L,U pla,,,td ? of the lav's enfonement
Methodist, are cordially Invited to be ' Jut PSlM WMrtef we will not With lndiffr''nce- The rt The address was preceded by a 'f0,' . "' he, C0,,ntK thi" 'r 8??U'V "V are anxious to nut an or
Present .. . . . )orter- not reflected his sadness even before the serr.ee of song and orarer In the be Runted to soy beans, it would re- " e, re anxious to put an or-
1 B-ball 1, again the order of the iiVK ce"ny " " 'e8t had' "d " d i C C. r. pas or ui Ht thoujaad bushels -U. on in the city ot
day in Mar.hville and the local team I Dln0ner be, ng next on the program Mt- even aa h 8Pttled h,m" ln, r C,,ntral Methodist church. Dr. H. do th- ol"d aJd names fre S an of the sln.e mind
Is. a. usual, holding its own with all L. .B.nDi.K?.t r I VZRl chair, with a mournful sigh, that E. Gurney. pastor of the Presbyterian erU ty t0 ou.r 80118 lhat. in l"e:,ZlTl ''i' eJ ?Lt ai"!. " V"
( teams with which It crosses bats.
. Mr. Bay A. Marsh and Miss Jean
i Hallman spent a few days last week
;, in Itutberfordton, where Mr. Marsh
was teaching at the time he was tak
Miss Hester Bricker who has been
the audience disbanded for the pur
pose of refreshing the inner man.
and having an abundance on the
grounds, all were soon enjoying en
tertainment of a wholly different type
and getting ready for the further ser
vices In the afternoon.
Mr. Johnson of Van Wyck made the
spending several niomns wun ner ur8t gpeech in the afternoon. His
uni. rs. 1,. o. v,oviaSion. reiurneu .subiect. "SundaT Schoo Poss bill
to her home in Polkton on Saturday.
Mrs. Frank L. Harrell returned
ties," was interesting and very well
presented. He intimated that the
Tuesday irom a tnree weens visit to Heatn Memorial folk, had fed him
Tier parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Culnn t00 wel, for Degt r8Ults in -speech
In Rutherfordton. . making, but lhat he would do Jii. best
j jirs. Annie .nrn uauey is apeuu- under ,ne circumstances.
lag the week end in Monroe attend
Mrs. H. C. Ashcraft spent several
day. last week in Monroe.
Mis. Lola Caudle of Wadesboro at
tended the commencement exercise.
here last w?ek.
The Rev. Geo. B. Thompson of
Waxhaw came next, and from the
subject. "Watch." He made some ex
cellent hits. Mr. Thompson complain
ed in the outset that he had had no
ftlnnoi mt nil tn whllh Mr T T KIlv.
'en renlied. "vou had the offer of it
Miss Kate Bailey who Is teaching . h ' npnrMrterf i hu reninrk
at Old Fort Is at home to be with her we were of tne impresslon that he
lamer. r. wvirj ua..e,, ... made a fine talk, and that If he had
been very 111
Miss Orpha Wrenn is visiting rela
tives in Hoffman.
Miss Otis Marsh visited friends in
harlotte last week.
Itev. Mr. Moore to Hold Hevlval.
Rev. John Moore of Statesvllle,
had dinner and had done any differ
ent, we doubt If It would have been
for the better.
This was the first children', day
exercises ever held In the Heath Me
morial. Let u. hope that many more
such occasion, may be enjoyed by the
formerly pastor of Central Methodist , membership and by the surrounding
church, Monroe, will begin a meeting community, and that the beginning of
(n the Methodist church here on Sun- a work of great good nas neen launcn
day eveuing, May 8th. It i. under- ed on the knob whose elevation .give.
atood that Rev. Mr. Moore will not ar- a wide range of vision toward the en-
rire until Monday, but the first serv!tlre four point, of the compass
Ice of the, series will be held on Sun- vus Homo.
Way evening by Rev. J
Ilev. Mr. Moore ha. many friends and
admirers here and in the nearby
(own. who will be glad of this oppor
tunity to hear him in this meeting.
AH the churches and their pastor
HiihIiiths lleo.irtres a looe Itein.
(From the Type Metal Magazine.)
Business requires a loose rein.
Business Is temperamental
modern business man does not know
some deplorable event had occurred church, presided. Mrs. Frank Laney
that would hit us, as well as the was at the piano. After the singing
"Squire, a heavy blow. He seemed of several old familiar Gospel hymns,
to hesitate as if about to divulge the prayer for missions was offered by the
sad new. without any preliminaries; rector ot St. Paul's Episcopal church,
then, as If afraid to" risk his emo- S. L. Rotter. The Scripture lesson,
lion., he turned the conversation to from the tenth chapter of the Gospel
another tnnic. Keel in r thai it wns aprni-riln? tn Ct 1 ubo lnln1ina iha
his cue. the writer forced himself to parable of the Good Samaritan, also p,ant tne corn- p,ant one P0 per
appear cheerful, and launched nto a I from flftv-eiBhth laiah Hide nt l me w wun tne corn, ine
discussion of the happy timej the two ) thyself from thine own flesh." and
had enjoyed when we rode all over from the Book of the Acts, "He hath
the county in political campaigns made of one blood ail nations of men
year ago, .and of the big speeches for to dwell upon the face of the
the 'Squire had delivered on those earth," was read by Dr. Caldwell,
rounds through our great county. The I Miss Spalding of the Chautauqua
'Squire relaxed and smiled a little, company, accompanied by Miss Helen
Just a little smile, and then that Paine of the Ben Greet players, ren-
mournful look returned to his eyes, dered In solo an anthem with words
would more than equal our annual ,n,t y1' ar'' n1 r' tne first-class
ferliliier bills. It would practically business men of your city We do
double our average yields or wheat not at any ,i,ne "PProach a man un
and oats next year is sown on these i,es ne nas ue,n vouched for by some
soy bean corn fields, that is if a fair onc h" e know, so you see that
stand of beans should be secured ami selection 01 men are tne nest men
allowed to remain on the land.
Get your seed and plant when you
plan we follow Is to plant the corn
with planter and then set the planter
so as to cover beans very shallow,
about half inch to one inch deep, and
go over the row again and plant the
We have ordered one hundred
bushels of soy beans and will wire for !
the country affords.
"We want to have a meeting at
Monroe some night next week. The
date will be selected later. In the
meantime I want you to look over the
literature I am enclosing, and if you
think best advise me at Charlotte so
that we can go right ahead with the
A booklet accompanying the let
ters gave the following information
concerning the history and aceoinp-
Still clinging desperately to the task from the Psalm. "Like as the heart yo"r crop 'p,ds Pr acre and make
tiu J ... v l-Ll.. . J j 1 .1 . vnils livln u- i t h laaa unrlr an1 11-
more today. If you want to Increase ; laments of the old Ku Klux Klan
or origniening up our nigniy esteemea aestretn for the water-brooks, so
friend, the writer mentioned a few longeth my soul after thee." Then
of the brilliant lawyers that had ap- the first and third verse, of the Com
peared In the 'Squire's court. This nation hymn were sung, and Dr. Gur
turn to the talk seemed to cheer him ney Introduced the speaker of the
considerably more than our first ef- afternoon,
fort. He proceeded to narrate with' '
considerable fest how ex-Governor CONVICTION OK NKWItKKKY
Bickett had made his maiden effort! 1 SKT ASIDK 1IY COl'ItT
before him, representing a person!
your living with less work and ex
pense, try planting soy beans In your
corn. T. J. W. Broom.
The Red Cow
The perversity of cows Is set forth
by Mr. Peter MacArthur in his book
The Red Cow, in which he gives by
way of illustration the following
and the alms of the new order:
History of Old klan.
"The history of civilization ha
many instances In which a race, re
ligious or class consciousness ha
come and swept all before it, and of
ten these revolutions of thought have
found expression in secret orders.
The Maccabeans, the early Chris
tians, the crusaders, the reformation.
ident of the city of Monroe. Indeed,
when led on by a few carefully se-
story. which ends with a remedy that!lne rencn revolution, tromweu s
e ivuiiiiiiuiivi en 1 1 11. me xsusiuu it-a pi 1
-1.. .... j 'and ruanr other ereat solvent, in clvl-
llefrulHte ITImarles. ..'t..Hu thoir wv. ho th ,.. lizatlon weie only able to effectively
Setting aside the conviction of Sen- ,UIZiinlj npV become to me ?ome- oppose the establishment of, or throw
widely known In both the Carolina ; Kwleral Corrupt Practices i Held I n- lg 8ln',pe lt no,hing else
Jack William, by name, now a res- eoimtllutioii. and Congress Can't The more j wolk am0
a. 11-11.. i .!.- 1 n .... t
uave oeen co many " y )n advance what hi. problems 111 be
ii, ,V .v a, . J L. .1 T.or will meet them.
II1a UA.hAil ul. 11 m.blnv tha mailt. ! . .
VfilG tliriiK'Uiflia 11. iiinnnifs .v
lags interesting and beneficial
Vt Rev. A. C. Sherwood preached a
particularly strong sermon In the
Baptist church here on Sunday even
ing from the text: "Thou shall not
. i i 1 At 1
w. " 11, , t , . 7 -T. k Blly and the more economically
vain." This Is a subject on which ...,'. u ..
Laws, on the other hanJ, are fixed
and Inflexible. The process by which
laws are changed or interpreted is
slow and cumbersome.
Therefore, the fewer the laws and
the fewer the restrictions, the more
Viiialniuu in Ki ft it to A it aA
mucn nas aireaay neen sam anumuca, T r , gt tp Stee, Corpora.
more is waiting to be said. With , organized in 1901.
apologie. to no one. Rev. Mr. Sher-. A , fh t combnatlon
Wood clearly expressed his views up-' . ,hr .. . -ii
on the subject of profanity after quo- . d B0M,bly
ting from others who had done the h .r.lnlz.ir. that the
aame. The summary of the whole ,..,- w violating th anti-
was that no gentleman will curse. . ...
Also a man who will curse will steal., T g'rg .fter orKanUaUon and
Another effective statement was that .. ,ha i,,.,,-.. w.j -.nvn Hif
hhe use of profanity reveal, a person- . ' . f h , of ...
al weaknes. in the matter of einpha- ., hean ,,. Be.lnt
is and the use of adjectives. Many corporation as a trust,
other good thought, along the llne( N,ne tfter guU WM b.-n
were left with the congregation and h g Court dedded (hat the
It ia to be earnestly hoped they will . . ,rlla.
be heeded by the guilty. , n,.-, of uncertainty!
Social Events of the M eek. Can business be expected to prosper
Master Ralph Green entertained and expand under such conditions?
the Junior Missionary society on Sat- A remedy has been suggested which
urday afternoon at his father's home seem, both practicable and desirable,
near town. Owing to the Illness of A bill has been Introduced into
the leader. Mrs. M. P. Blair conduct- Congress under which It Is proposed
ed the dovotlonal exercises and busl- that when there Is any doubt whether
do a certain
tess meeting. Later a lolly social or not a business can oo a certain . ilev H B shsnkle took charge of
hour was enjoyed during wnicn ice tning, a "oui or mieniion may
(cream and cake were served. Idled at Washington.
Mis. Margie Mar.h delightfully en- This bill of intention would be opep
the situation, organizing ' a Sunday
school out there and now conducts
recular Sunriav services as follows:
nertamea a numner ot me oign acnooi to puonc inspecir-ii. unu u Sunday school, 10 a. ni.; preaching
iected Questions, he gave an outline tor Tiuman H. Newberry, of Michl- timo. .!, f , ,nn . ..'off the yoke of. tyranny by shrouding
of the Incident, how Mr. Bickett, then dslxteen other, for violation of ceite(j j think I understand them pret- i leir work in secrecy during the
ategfnner with a brand new license, the failrtral corrupt practices act, the ty weiitnH then something: hannena niovement s early stages,
"was staying around" the dfflce of sutM-etffc cTittrt yestefday held that the tnat pu me entirely out of counte-l "Among the great secret move
hls uncle, the late Mr. Dave Cov-ct was unconstitutional. I nance One warm day last week """nta of the world's history that have
Ington, and how Jack, who resided' The court was unanimous In re-iWh(.n'j had ,(t them ut tQ water been brought Into existence to right
then In Jackson, went to Monroe in versing the convictions, but divided j thought I would let them stand out tn wrongs to humanity, there is no
search of a lawyer, and, finding Mr. Ave to four as the validity of the law. and BUn themselves for a while be- more shining example than the orlgl
Covington out. "thought he would Chief Justice White and Associate fore driving them back to their stalls lna, Ken"' order of the Ku Klux
give that voung chao In the office Justices Pitney. Clark and Brandela i hn rmunihrn(l ,hn, ,Ua , Klan which was organized in 1866.
The a trial" and so employed Mr. Bickett dissented from the court's finding the young orchard had been opened and after accomplishing Its noble pur-
to prosecute a case ror htm; and how nat congress was witnout power to wnen the snow wag depu and ,(ft' pose.voluntarlly disbanded by order or
the 'Saulre desulte an eloauent ad- regulate state primaries, but concur-1 t u . its Grand Wizard. General Nathan
d.-ess by Jack's advocate, adjudged ed In the reversal which, they 'thought. The government drain was .
tne case trivoious ana malicious ana moum, snoum nae urvu uuseu fluolcl and was covered with slip-
sent the ruture governors nrst client me error oi me mai juices insuuc- pt,ry ,ce that ! wag gllre thpy coul(1
to Jail for the costs. The 'Squire tion to the Jury. ,, crogSi and , Mt tnat everything
smiled faintly as he concluded the1 Justice McKenna, while concurring wag gprene for a pleasant sun bath
atAcv Thon hi u.ritap saw th.it In the nialorllv ooinion "as antilied . - ....
j v j , auiis - " a v ' hh m - - lUi ill" VwW B I
bevond anv Question, all his efforts to the stateute under consideration." i ,, ... u" ,, t an, construction unfluenres.
had been in vain, as the 'Squire ap- reserved the question of the power ot ' , gpe where tt,Py wt.re and every ni0i't of Bll 5'p8, bnt nevertheless
peared again to lapse into a deep congress under the 17th amendment j ,a(ll one of th,1u wag in' the youn(. all; for the great threat to the white
melancholy, sizing out the window! which provides for direct election 0Ichard ..icm,,,, at gome long grass rac'' tht loomed on the horizon Of
with a settled dejection that would of senators to supervise primaries. ',nat had b,,,,n brollgnt nto 8lKht by the South would have spread through
have saddened an Iron man to look! Opinion was divided In the senate the thaw There was no waiting about I out the entlre nation, had not the
at. "What is the trouble. 'Squire? as to the effect of the decision upon , ,,,. ', ,hon. , f- vn.i . white robe of the Ku Klux Klan kept
Co on and tell It all and get it over,future activities of the-electlons eom- know th(, way cows have of rubbing unrevealed those courageous and de-
Bedford Forrest, in the year 1870.
'The Ku Klux Klan the Invisible
empire was the great Idea of Amer
ican reconstruction. We pay "Amer
ican reconstruction" for the reason
that nil America was affected by re-
with!" suggested the writer, as gent-l mittce with regard to the Michigan tnelr neckg a,,alni,, young trees and.votd heart, that were consecrated to
ly as possible. The 'Squire moved election of 1918 in which Henry Ford, breaking 0ff limbs. Luckily they had paving the Anglo-Saxon civilization of
nis cnair up cioser. i nave, ne s m ue murrain: canuiuaie, uiineu not gtarted rubbing and had done no uur i"""" i,,c ""-
whispered mournfully, "got some- Mr. Newberry for the senatorshlp. daniaKe but i bad t0 do some rush- well-being of our people and shield
thlna to tell you. When you como Senator Dillingham, chairman of tft , '.a Wnro , flnaiiv thpm ing the virtue of womanhood.
. ill ... . J . .. . 'Aniiiinlttiia n i ll.nl alnna . Vi 11 anminl . . .1 . . i I . a.'. . . ft... I......
10 see mo lum uuniuier, uuu i rApevi iviiiiuum, i'i i -...vr- ...Cvu..UF- out q( the orchard. But when l got
r. The cider prospects are practices law naa oetn neia unconsti- onrk t0 the ,c). government drain,
mint completely ruini: uuiouai n appeareo mai me comiiiu- tn(ire wa g) k(ndg of trouble. You
THE I.KK PARK SUNDAY SCHOOL
Vann Hikes Says It Is the Best One
In the Kntire County.
tee wouia nave no tuiiner jurisac .... ..... , ,lml(, bunph of cows
ti0"- . . . B in your life. It was absurd to think
On the other hand. Senator Spen- tnat ,n foud walk on ,ce llke lnat,
cer. chairman of the sub-committee ,, ,hol ,. .h, ,nlli(i-.
which has been considering the Ford-do u Bul knew th'at thcy couldn't J They reverently bowed to the soul of
Newberry case, announced that des-fly and tha- (hey had crossed that, real law and swore to enforce its prin
ciple of justice, protection and tne
Original Klansnien Not Outlaws.
"The original Ku Klux were not
outlaws or moral degenerates, nor did
they perpetrate outlawry. They were
men of moral and social standing and
their leaders were men of sterling
character and unquestioned culture.
M- a - WTA! - at !. . 1 .
11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
house has been wired.
lights, an electric fan and a new or
gan. We have one of the best Sun-
Boy and girls on Saturday evening in , came forward in protect.- the bill
honor of the three graduates. Misses would constitute a complete aeienne
Hattle Armlleld, Kate Morgan and if at any future date tne business
tr. Seahrnn Blair. The lovely were haled Into court.
Lhonie was filled with a profusion of I This bill will not be enacted Into da- ...hooU in the rnuntv. and there
lovely spring flowers In baskets and law this year or next year. rublicJgn,t t jitter preacher to be found
Icor vase.. Tables were arranged In opinion has probably not yet reached anywnere than Rev. Mr. Shankle. Be
the reception hall and parlor for pro- the point where It is rtidy to give giuog being t minister of great abil-s-resslve
Senior, the score cards bear- business a loose rela 'ity. he la a good singer. We expect
nc the school color, blue and gold. But the time Is not far aiaiani... build hlm a brick cnurc soon.
An Ice course was served. when the people will recognize the To gnQW bfJW we appreciate him.
Mn J s. Harrell was hostess to a futility of attempting to lay down Clll,H..
J lumber of the high school set on down complete rules for the conduct ithe K00 gaTe him a twenty dollar
fhursday evening in honor of her of all business. . bill. This caused the church folks
lasses in expression and public .peas The golden ruie oi irecoom is mi t0 make np , collection for hlm. se
nr. Heart, dice was played at four a man's liberty shall be J8trJct! curing about thirty dollars, making
abies. fcacn taoie oore a nassei oi.oniy wneu u inumsei vu iuc
I weet pea. and numerous vases hold- of others.
ng roses, sweet peas and carnations cannot tne same ruic o appueu
irere placed about the room. The to business?
irlze for the highest score fell to Mr. If no one will be Injured by a pro
llyron Williams after cutting with posed course ot aetlon. should not
Hiss Vlrtlnla Griffin. Misses Kate that constitute an unanswerable argu
Jorgan and Georgia Dean furnished tnent for letting the business man go
lellehtful music. Misses Virginia Crlf- ahead? .
fin, Rachel Dean ana Hester uncier
pursuit of happiness. Their strong
arm fought valiantly for the preser
vation of the Integrity of the race
against the cruelty of base, unjust and
Newberry a ma- noronaiv conducted across the ice tyrannical leelslation and insufferable
I by an earnest man who was earnestly conditions created by a horde ot con
r. has not yet been tuif,tin8 hPr tail. scienceless. diabolical, greed and lust
taken on the recount. Senator New-1 i then made the discovery that crazed adventurers that swarmed
berry has taken no part In the senate ,.i,.nir a cnw'a tail nuta a lot of down from the North to use the negro
'The schooi ,ffalrs and h"s not been in his seat In Rint,VT )nt0 her, for when the last one for their own damnable, selfish ends.
has electric . u was across they began to romp rouna , These adventurers poisoned me
rmeiitru iu ." .hp Held, i saw that i would nave minds or ana orutanzea me inonen-
Leavenworth federal prison and. pay trouble getting them Into the stable slve negro and converted many of
lerved Ice cream, cake and punch
Mrs. C. B. Covington and Mrs. J. 8.
arrell were Joint hostesses to the
,nok club on Wednesday afternoon.
K itrofuslon of sweet peas, roses, and
a $10,000 fine.
The Art of Reading.
(From the Type Metal Magazine.)
which Is acq
The near-Illiterate man rends a
i i n a f us k i ii ii 1 1 ui w ui u n tx l m Liniiir.
a total of fifty dollars for the small rnally, skilled reader, find no diffl
handful of people in the community. culy in readng simple matter, such
Now. Mr. Editor, lt you want to a. flction or articles on subjects with
hear a good sermon or visit an ln-;wnich thy are more or less familiar.
terestlng Sunday school Just walk In
at any of the above stated hours.
Hurrah for Lee Park!
Tho New Twist
Bromide They say a bird In the
hand Is worth two In the bush.
Baseball Manager Huh! I've got
some birds on my hands that ought
to be back in the bushes.
"Sing a song of double eagles,
A pocket full of rye."
"Mr. Wattles." said Alice. "Is the .
ainations made a eolorful and fra- most perfect conversationalist I ever-.
fcrant decoration. Progressive hearts knew." A Sign of Famine
La. played at six tables, the prise "I hardly know him." said Vir-i Rub What makes you thia't
I ... a. . . . I I . - . . l . A . 1 1. ...... It- I . , . . . .. ... . . . .
ailing to Mrs. Fred Asncratl aner gmia. rtnai uoe ne un auoui; uoods private biock is runmnK im-.s .-
rawing with Mrs. Frank Harrell. An joining, ne jusi sits situ ana, uuo He s Beginning to complain
e course and punch were served. listens." j about the water service.
and went to the house to get some, them into human beasts by their
'one o help. . cheap whiskey and glaring promises
I I don't. think I was In the house of itch reward end loosed them arm-
i. . .Imni Zpn Ave minutes, but when I went' out'ed and Indimed upon the sacred prlv
L MlVto SSIt ' wlth re-lnfoEcements those lieges snd persons of the suffering
uirea oniy Dy Pp,su'nl wre,.hed cows were oil the other side and oefenseless Southern people.
of the government drain again and stood I'pon Promise to l-eo.
"The Ku Klux Klan stood firmly
ouslv. iii;iiiij ii w ":." ' . upon the solemn promise of the fed-
After doing a considerable amount r,!"' that on the eral Kvrnment made through Gen
of reading, almost everyone learns to lt..m'Mn'e'- ,1La L fr nl Grant t0 Genera . and the
.nun. ..,. ...w - ,r " .ngnts or citizens vouchsafed by the
much tail twisting. Possibly the sec-' coimltution snd lt swore allegiance
ond twist hurts more than the first. ,0 ,ne prlnrlpe8 of tbat constitution.
Anyway, they hustled back and didn t , t w ,h. Attmar i.i.tio tha
-A llk . I". . "
IUI IV B.BUC IIU mc
i II r iifar-.u iriaic iiiuii it-ua . . ... . . . i. . .1 ... .
;. ...... . a i.tui.i. headed toward the orchard gate. Ap
worn i - .".e. -iu "'".MrcntT it was no trouble at all for
by paragraphs or even pages,
Immanuel Kant, the philosopher,
said he could digest any book in an
hour. His biographers say this was
j enforcer of civil and racial law and
me great regulator oi me gauing ir
regularities ot prostituted law at the
Not at Home
Among the guests at a reception hands of so-called men. the mention-
was a distinguished man ot letters, lnc of whose names Is an Insult to
lUArallv 'ni that hla mlnit waa aA He was grave and somewhat taciturn, the blood of the race of Caucasian
keen and the' art of reading was so One of the ladle, present suggested .lock. It struck from the neck ot
Dieeaing, pauperized ana
South the dirty heel of the
degenerated outlaw the 'scalawag
bright smile, "you see, he can't talk and the 'carpet-bagger' and the mls
anythtng but sense." I guided, lust-crated negro, and made
I possible the birth ot the greatest na-
tiood Old Saturday Night. ition of all time the re-United States
Teacher Why is cleanliness next of America: It destroyed the fanatic's
vile hope of the amalgamation ot the
keen and the art of reading was so One of tne laate. present suggesiea it0ck. It
highly cultivated In him that he to the hostess that he seemed to be ( wounded, i
could take In a page of printed mat- out of place at such a party. prostrated
ter as rapidly as most of us take in' "Yes," replied the hostess with a degenerate!
- 1. J a S A aautlk aKn A ilia . m t .
The Itifl In the Ixn.t
Th-re rnc w-;s a dlzv young loot.
Wo or? 'linred his lailor-made suit.
When his pants lost their creases
He flew all to pleres
Pupil Because It comes the day
From meeting a whiz-bang, en route, before Sunday.
Continued ou Page Eight.