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THE WESTERN SENTINEL, JUNE 20
BUXt1iEIIMTED STATES DIDN'T GO TO WAR.
Tuesday and Friday
IlITlItL PUBUSHIHE CBSSPWI
i.. . . Publishers
i:i'ninni Yiavc hpn n trite
Some Republican bSa in handling
free in their criticisms of .Wnrmis." in their
foreign problems h e has no have been lost at
ocinion. They refer to the Ammcan live ad
sea and in Mexico aurinB iv ..-- t to
ministration should have taken a finn posit or, p
such outrages." ney ao .7", state3 should have
TViev deDlore President
It'll ll,Ul,l"vvui v
Wilson's peace policy a m r Louig convention
In his admiraoie .r , vh- AMvered some telling
. Ob Tear
..$1.00 .r.nvprnnrGlvnn.OtJNeW lOIK, ueiivi.. ----- -.
.. .so yesieiuBj,. - r . Mn handlnJt our loreign raa-
""".V. -"Wows at this course entirely in keeping
tions, msicieni '"b.rsome of the nation's greatest presi
with the policies , a d d mnb where American lives
dents, ne "T v,;trrv of the country, under the
Vu,d boon taken during the past history ot tne co uri i ,
; The publisher. 'f i?
r.l.V-t any communication tney ym
EKf beet. Un.lrn.ed. communication.
S-n r.au.. had been taken during rpvered by present day
ah communication. Jt'inS !: administration ol men V..u- -h matter had been
wm.;N:" Sat InotherVords, President Wilson
P as second-ciaas
Rpnnblicans. and show
: ettled without going to war. jn tions
has a precedent in Republican inht"
' I e pleased to call his "un-Amcncan. vac 1 a
UT AUTO TIRES
TmRS. CHARLES E. HUGHESAND DAUGHTER
LEAD 10 TRIAL
Tnterestine Episode In Iredell
County 13 Related In a Mag
for what his critics
illatine;. weak policy
There are some parts of Mr.
brlbr. In lrln Tke
tfe.ttnel rkK from ,
dr... to anotber, ma.t ,
Ktn tbrlr ml poetofllce
well tbelr mw addrwe.
rtic jv. - .;io
with reference to sue. que ; mind
" be so sorely aggrieved be-
ciauyuy uiuc r--- . Hiirmir the past tnree
cause this nation has ueeu i
war between Spain and the Span-
ii I ; iPir niim v c 1112
,M, Wert indies, a KXZ to cMhtoi shot the captain of
"When Grant was prisimm, " -
A THOUGHT FOft THE DAY
To understand all is to be
come very lenient. Madame de
StThose readiest to criticize
are orten least able to appre
Tin not what man does wnlcn
exalts him. but what man would
do. Robert Drowning.
Arnpriran flap a" niinum. f th nasaenKers.
ie -Virpinius: thirty-six of the e - by negotiatlon Just
But we dian t " tps , trv!nR to do today. . ,
as tne preHiiiui" . ., ,a nroBi,ient the people 01 i.iuu
"Wlu-n Ilenjanun ,u""r"'" .:, .,. in.,ic;tehce upon neutrality ciurms
iolont dislike to the United Staten of our inM.ten p otnrer
...i: it'lion T IK trim .... ..t.nntn
the t'liilian revoiuuuu - - - wn8 killed outright in viv
from the Vnited States warsh p Bait ore w onfj ftprw
,f Valparaiso and sixteen f our bb 1 on won 8Upp0-rted by Secretary
messaKe to Congress on January io , ie . ol), Rvans
o Suite James G. Maine, and on cvi.i. re a MIlU on our l,onor
U Winfl,h! Scott Schley W; p 'o Aor. of the United States
had its origin in the hostility to these n en i ,nuividual act of per-
earlnR the un.form of the governn e nt a fld not may pypnt &n
Lnal "'sit tt"d that ,t:!!J "1, a a msion of its 'international
of its rtgius aim u'6"J
... . .... .n..v.ioa hv negotiation
t war. Harrison setueu ou.
UUl B " " ,
i ..-!je,.f rho Uni'
juntas tne P .rf
wav witli reference
.. . r. mr nf Slate
tnai owicww .
them at one ana i "-"" ,,.,., settled our
. - ,u,' tn war,
just as the president is 5 hundreds of our ships
When Jefferson was Pent " n a historians say England
i,,.,irorta more, rrom iiM.iu oia and sixty
Napoleon hundreds more.
Q. O. P. TRIBUTE TO WILSON.
in discussing ' the nomination by
the Republicans ot Mr. Charles E.
Hughes for the presidency the New
York World says in that action the
O O. P. paid to Woodrow Wilson the
highest compliment it was capable
of that partv selected as their stand
ard-bearer the one man of ail the can- thousand American
didates who is most like the presi
dent, yet, as the New York Times
says, "inferior to the latter in capac
ity and experience."
n .1,0 uonnhllcans had really
Ik . r'
thought the president's foreign poli
cies were detrimental to the best
interests of the country, that a course
in contrast to the one he has pursued
was needed and that a different kind
of man should be chief executive ol
this nation, the logical thing would
have been to nominate Colonel Roose
velt, for he has represented most
clearly and persistently the opposi
tion to the president's 'policies. And,
for that matter, almost any of the
other candidates would have been
more eligible, from this standpoint,
as the nominee. But they dared not
choose any of these. They selected
the one man among their leaders
who had not voiced opposition to the
president's plan ot keeping the na
tion at peace with honor. They chose
as their standard bearer a man who
had criticized none ot the president's
The idea is plain, me n i - . . jn &ny
preseniaiivco ycy- -- . ,
r"1'" .... tn An tndav
ted States i -- , fnrcn
11. v. - , ... .. ... nrpmnem. Bcvn'
.i.n4 ...hun .ml Mill r -
Mr. Glvnn pointeu oui umu "-- . ,Inited states government
nations acted in such a way w. n tQ g() tQ w wIth all 0i
troubles by negotiation
essels and sixty mil
aiuireas iuoio. ,,tirprt American vessels aim
ther captured sixteen l.u nirj J. a compelled over two
llona of dollars' worth 01 ai their wUl in the Kngnsu ...y
stntoRville. June 17. But for Just
one feature the cutting ot an auto:
mobile tiro the story of "X very inu.r
Mtini enlsndn which occurred at hhn
. . .- :.,l.t
wnori Sunday night a weet
never have become public property
iii tim cutting of the tire caused a:i
,.n.,Hnn hv lhn owner of the
mconbn"n "j ---- - .
m.xhinn. resnltine in the case be
ing aired In a magistrate's court here
yesterday. As the result of the hoar
1.,. n v r'.nmhH. a farmer living at
Kimwood. and his sons, Kverett and
McKinley, were fined $5 lor an aiv
sault on Gurney Pierce find Floyd
nunrtlnv. and C. W. ana u-vuirn
nlnced under bond for
n,i, D.itir.ar!t!iffi at Superior court
t anuivpr a charce of willful an
ininrv tn nrnnartv. viz: cut-
The hearing, which was held before
Justice W. J. Lazenby, toon pm' o
h annnvinr nnnrt. room anl was at
. . . . 9 t'lmurnnll
tended by a largo crowu ji ..u..---people,
supplemented by Sl.itesville
people who had , become interested
in thn case. There was a big array
r,f lcral talent for both sides. Ac
cording to the testimony the story
runs about thus:
Sunday night a week ago while the
Misses i'ombs three daughters of C.
W Combs were cn route uuuic
church Floyd Hendley, the 15-year-
old son of A. V, Henuiey, auu uu.
ney Tierce, a neighbor, riding in Mr.
umwi .v'l wnra murine car.
tim vouiib ladies, wno wbib
to get in and ride, ana accept
When the Combs home was reached
one of the girls suggested that they
get out, but the boys wanteu mem
go further ana me car i
ped. The party proceeded to Barber
Junction, a few miles away, and then
returned to the Comos nome. iu i.
mQantime McKinlev COlliDS uau "
frnm church and made a
report. And when the automobile
oWv arrived at the Combs home
the young men were given a rather
warm and undesiraoie recepiu.u.
soon as the three young ladies had
ioft n.o nr the father and two broth
ers made a dive tor it., uie iai,
i 11 iv" A- -7 fife jlfwr
! fill rtff;
: fill .1 s.l4Hir4 fr &An
I V MitfjM til ' ,; v--r -S'fi
c w rnmhs.
fiscation of American ships where- pj j who wa9 , the rear seat
IlbC.Llllli prows ... into the
Z7sZ ordoreV the seizure andcon.uon "port, our crews kv'ett Combs bounced into the
;ver found. Our shipping rotted at ev,daneRiect. The British ship front Beat with y0ung Hendley Ac-
wVre cast Into prison and left to die of , American waters, f0ralng t0 the testimony of bo h de;
Leonard fir" d upon the American cru aer native-born American f(jndant8 and prosecutors the "boys
u W and wounded several of our "orB- tklleln Halifax. , were given no Warning further than
killed ann w"u"u haneed one of meiu -ntlntlon - tmM tho Combs as to why
iibii off the i-neBayraBo Mio nur trounies j a luc"'lu" ""-
- Zwt BE ELECTED."
they had taken the girls -out riding at
(v,at tiinn of night. And before expla-
nation could be mauo me nBt "
. ttia wrath
on. fierce auempieu w uc v.w
f Ma hbkb ants, but ail uireo ou-
tacked him at the same time, desert
ing young Hendley, wno is a uic.o
A Story for Boys and Girls
IN NORTH CAROLINA
Since the national Republican . th re has natur- 1)0By wwie the two eider Combs
rhirlw E Hughes for the presidency t&k tne y
rno re or less speculation regarding the poss 0 y yQ
; Plprted to that high position ux-- " t and oua .y. fy -""-j Tthe at.
uv ...u olwnva BUDDortea.ine uw"' " - ,ofo nTlf1 .c: " iir managed to
cans. Wliu iiavv. i. rf - - . f hf li li. 1. caiiu-'"v"- uwiius ,
laVs Wm,areloud . ta their P"-; , November, make his escape and ran a short
in their Pactions tn" ""'ublican victory and they aireauy of the flght the wit,
Thpv ran see nothing but nepuiH . ,q1 r0Unter. fnr hoth sides testified about
----- , j,, ,T0nrci 9 , tile uvi ! - . . . ,. i"-u" - . . ... r
have visions 01 anouiei luu, -- f enthusiasuc the same, but there is a ume.ci -
v-iw in a time like this, the preaicwoiw " , that, statements as to the not chapter.
. "f rpqtpit va ue. It IS 10 ue "17 7, Pirce and Tlendley .claim
nart sans are not of the greatest vd u his party will naJ v tVrted
the enthusiastic Ilepubhcan P""J politician will think "p' who -.led to end,e;
Win, and that the enthusiastic fl It ig much the drive on after him with the car;
" !.j incr the chances of his own pariy. . car 8tarted c. w.
with Pa or-nM ft . that one of the rtKrttS '
In the llgni m buu "--'vr' i f 0 aitnation and tor an whIl.h resulted in an explosion ann
1 i 4- nnlr Tnr ail eswiii- t.
tn look for an estimate vi u.c owa. fl..tin nf one of the tires.
Lie Ky 1, a n thP f ) Umn m it Bio" ..v.- ? . ., ty,at hov cut
"X; " frPP from too much bias is in the coiur
The nepubn- - . . , anv sense a party organ
of paying him, for the rep
They admit hearing the
,,Uw ... 7v - - - , T. While it nas seen ,,. thfi ..,)low out,' nut claim
reamed President' wusous OUui a ncr-"!'- . ,ir;Y u U Tint nndulv partisan ana IT. nas they were not responsiuie "
IJ I t-. ,1 UiSiirllltf T rlil' ' 1 1 t'l 1 IU
cans reaiuca rrwiumn uu-.. ---r-. ,,.., -f ja
M.,i.ritir nnri thev a so real- ic in annnnrt, President vv uu" . tv,. mnttors
--- - "" "''t , v,. j . j rriono nhnnt noiiticai auu uiu .,.. k . nr t.hn ir-
a spirit occiaj" he Times has looked at the situation from 07Them kept ,ui.t
Mas well. Ihe editor Ol tne xhc ,,,. nn,;m on. and has . ,.,.,f h,,i tau,n nlace. Likewise
turned away many Republicans who vari0U3 angles , in the light 01 tne ',u ... . . 0i0pfPH " Thp Lt, rn,h familv also remained
r,,,rnvft of the nresident's course. By rnmp r, the conclusion that Mr. liUgnes win - Hendley couldn't un-
'!.... mo f ,hfi Wilson tvpe In tho Times on the subject a lew Ua W - " ,,prstand -how come" his tires were
Pierce and Hendley
ized that Roosevelt or one of tne
other candidates named would have I ag wey
they hoped to get the votes of those L.jthout interest just here:
members ot their party who uo noi "The nominauo
... . th. t),,r.u.vlilan deuun lhad a meaning
'""...r.;::,; ri-d 1.11. and made
CiailOll Ol lH aum. ...""
However, there Is no reason to be
lieve the voters
a good margin
of the Re
oln nlements supporting him for the
so badly cut and his
aUon of Theodore Roosevelt by the Republicans would ave Ul0 sto,.v from the bo.
Hear to every American mind. That candidacy would have thore WM a dlfip09iUon t
ImiZ the issue of opposition to Woodrow Wilson on maUer ot an(l tne offic
iraiseu iiik" , . , t,i r statement. It would nave lueuiu . iftrn ,f it until a lew aa
1,1 rnuiiiisi that mane it "i""1" ' .. . i, i .. ..j.i ,... .i c,.
la nn reason to be- Rmiblican party the Uniiea &uiie8 uB. v w- "Warrants were acforuu.B. "
" I thai in iiib juuRM.c.. r - . t r WIln meXico, or
of this nation want a e engaBcd in the European war. that it ought to be a nomtnation of
present time and. il as a conquerer actually in possess on Ui ' to an ex-
few days ago
Wiison is not reelected by Mr. . t't,-.ntration of Woodrow WHson e am
, all signs win ..... - - conservative, deliberate. a-. " .V- '
York World, in speaking th() ronHWlUeni.e, of hta acts, never ras, ne j - -
publican nominee and cer- Hwayed by the teat of passion, yeiw iki. """'. ' ,.. to Con-
Hsible to imagine ir.
It is impo
the three Combs ana were neivcu
Monday, tho trial being set for yes
terday. , .
The three young latiies mvoiveu
. .. .. jt ...am nurnrn
were in court aim
as witnesses, but were never piaceu
on tho stand. One or more of
n,o notvhhnra was in court uui
SVnV. naval, mi.ltary preparation aa n?tca?.?d to the stan All
I llOKU III Wl u in - -
1 ,. nmanfi nv n v tmm l nai v.it,uu .
presidency, comments on the situation wause of the invasion of Belgium or ine uesu uc-
" 1 111 n. vcii n.ii
in oart as follows
"A shattered and discredited Re
publican machine has again turned to
rharles E. Hughes. The Republican
bosses hate him now as they hated
him when he was governor ot New
York. They have takcu him up as
they took him up in If "0 only in the
desperate hope that he will win for
them and establish thorn in iower.
i. t. .hrmlii he elected, they will
fight his national administration as
bitterly as they fought his New York
"There was no good faith back ot
the nomination of Hughes for gov
ernor. There is no good faith back
f the nomination of Hughes for presi
dent. He is again the candidate of
a bankrupt party gambling for power
this time with the aid of the German
rote, which insisted upon liugnes
rumination. Hia high character, his
.,11.1 ,nnl of nublic service, his
.notteaa Integrity and his devotion
to duty are aordidly capitalized by
an old guard that is in partnership
with Privilege and Plutocracy for the
restabllshment of reactionary gov
ernment and by hyphenated Amen
cana who are determined to avenge
thamselves upon President Wilson for
hi patriotic refusal t6 aubmit to
-.nrAomn anhmarine w4r-
uenuau luu."'... ----7
fir. - -
rrM hmi the highest respect
t war w.tn uermauy - ; . ... doe9 not enable us to see good characters.
r.f ti.n .us inn n. I u uuuuo. k,..v.... - - - ., , . ..i.n.. i
ivmi " . -. , The n ctiirn wouio uo wiiunj-1 n i
him asking t ongress 10 unvmio ; - -
nnrterstoood that Combs had
forbidden Pierce calling on his daugh-
. . . . .1. - nnH in. nppHHiiiu. 1 . . ,
imaginary, laise 10 u.e ... w nn nther issue upon which with any Iters and that this was me reai caum:
Yet the Republicans have absolutely no other issue 1 upon w trouble. Considerable feeling
degree of force and consls ency .ey - - r T bpeil aronK(Hl
"'.lir un - r-ly'th; : Adjectives of the language but
their nouns ana , , --7 order that they may
"Th nepuoncaiis wui iu ..." u,.iji ti,ov Iibvp
. .. . .. 1.. nnn uriii.h t lev can speak boldly. 1 hey nave
no otVo T ey " i h candidates from a historical period long past
". 0""!;.ll "?ul . th. r-ountrv save what would have been meant
.r. nun.. ...;.. r, -----...- , ,.annMfWv of Mr. Fair
by any oiner ciiwcu ... w.i nto. nf
. . ki.t.. n.nra than tllfl llOTtn 1)1 WIIIHUIK ,-, v" ' "
Winks meaus uuuiun ... , tM, h mn who are
irMimii nrt a few other States wncre ne in m-m n... v... , - --
Indiana ana a "" fc ci ions. Platform and candidates
unaware that anyuni.s "B,'r .. , ... hurts and
. iin iAnu niu'Hri null. ntiMiiip. - -----
rlke rfulbrrga,n for the return.to .U liousehold of those who sought
tn ri. trov it has no new or vital message w u.;ur. ... r
n.ichca w ill not ne eiecieu. m u:i-. w .
FOREST 2,000 YEARS YOUNG
IN YEAR OF CRUCIFIXION
(National IJeographle Mazazlne.)
Towering a giant among giants, the
oldest living thing that connects the
present with the dim past, majestic in
Its mien. Its rtimiitv and Its world-olit
exnerlence. the "General btierman
Tree ' isthe patriarch ol me sequoia
National part of California. It was
already 2.(0V vears old when Christ
,va born. In tho age when tne
bHA. unrhl ...na rnnVini. tn the three
j .onn that th Invasion nf I . .. . j ,ht
r.i...r rpasnns. tor this gooo aim buhh;ioiiv i.o"" lor tne 1 rojan wars ana ihb imc i"
. . - - Kii.ir.innM in Bflnrrh nr r .eaaer. now i . . . r
the surireme oourt a cnamoer uy nemj .i..."..." -- - i inmory leim us maraeu uib.cauiu.b ..i
or tb . first time in American history auccessfully accomplished, may be re- he Hebrews from Kgypt, this greatest
buked and made a precedent too dangerous for following The w"e "'a ot aequola glgantea was a flourlshina
we have been taught to believe snouia loucu " ' '"'" LTI
must not be donned for a few seasons' wear to be 'V onhy ,eba i
party convention forcing its wearer mio uie uusi uu .u.u.v... v. r
lie servant. There is nobody in pub
lic life tor whom we have a higher
personal regard, but we can find no
reason why he should be elected
President in place of Woodrow Wil
son. We can find innumerable rea
sons whv the sinister and tin-American
interests that are trying to use
him for their own purposes should
be overwhelmed at the polls.
"Hut even if the Influences behind
Mr. Hughes were different, this la no
ima tnr the American people to make
no time to change administrations
Thin la no time to take needless risks.
This is the worst of all times to give
European nations the impression mm
the United States lacks political sol
idarlty and that it is ready to trifle
with the vital question of peace with
-The welfare of American people
at home and abroad, the highest and
. I.I.M.H of the republic in this
critical period of civilisation, demand
sanling of some 2't or 30 feet In height.
and truly under the especial care of
the Creator, who held it safe from
the lightnings of His wrath as he did
from the attacks of earthly enemies.
The "General Sherman" was discov
ered in 1S79 by James Wolverton, a
hunter, and named by him in honor oi
General William T. Sherman. It tow
ers 279.8 feet into the sky; its base
circumference is 102.8 feet: its great
est diameter 31.5 feet, and it has de
veloped a diameter of 17.7 feet at a
peint 100 feet above the ground.
Can Old Vau. uatr rnnaiStt Won't C rt
Hi ort ceJ)0 fn.ttrr of howlonf ttarfdlnu
ire tared W tMraidfuK-l Rhabie Dt
PVrttrWjfatlKpticyHemlici J-K relieve
Tiger was a kitten, and from his
name you can, of course, guess what
he looked like, lie was a very smart
kitten, too, and caught as' many
mice as his mother.
Tiger loved to eat, and when the
milk was put in a saucer in the morn
ing for his mother and another dish
for Tiger and his brothers, Tiger kept
hla fives on both dishes and if the
mitt .-!ia almost izone from nis qimi
Tiger would rim to his mother's dish
and try to lap as much as he could
of hers. ,
Sometimes he ran back and forth
so often he did not get all he might
have eaten if he had stayed in one
"You will learn some day that you
are better off to- stick to one dish,"
said his mother, giving Tiger a box
on the ears.
One day in the barn Tiger almost
had a mouse in his paws, when he
aaw two mice run into a hole.
Quick as a flash Tiger went for
them, letting the mouse he nearly
caught escape, and though ho sat very
still and watched a long time the two
little mice did not come out again,
and so Tiger did not get any.
"Tieer." said his mother, "remem
ber that 'a bird in the hand is worth
two in the bush'; stick to tho mouse
you have and don't leave it for two
Tiger didn't see what that had to
do with mice. "Mice don t live in
bushes," he said; "but, perhaps, I
can catch a bird even if I have lost
Tiger crawled close to the bushes
under a big tree where he knew
Robin Redbreast lived and watched.
By and by Robin flew down to get
a crumb, and he did not see Tiger, al
though usually Robin's bright eyes
snicd Tiger and any of his family.
Nearer and nearer ne came
where Tiger was hiding, and Tiger
had all he could do not to spring be
fore it was time, lie was so anxious
to catch Robin, and show his mother
ho could catch birds, if not mice, that
Robin hopped closer to tho bush and
Tiger was just making ready to
spring when he saw something in the
bushes that made his eyes grow even
bigger than they were then.
Two little birds sat right close to
gether under the bushes, and all
Tiger would have hail to do would
be to turn carefully and reach out
his paw and grab them both at once.
Just thou Robin Redbreast saw
Tiger and quicker than you can think
he was on tho top of the tallest bush,
where he could plainly see Tiger and
all his movements.
Tiger could hardly keep bis tail
from swinging at the very thought of
catching two birds, but ho did and
turned very slowly so as not to be
seen, and then lie made bis spring,
landing with both paws ou the two
He waited a minute, for them to
move and try to get away, but not a
chirp or motion did they make, so
Tiger carefully lifted his paw a tiny
bit and looked at them.
"Guess I struck too hard. I have
killed them," he said.
Then Tiger noticed they did not
feel warm and soft as the other birds
he bad caught, so ho sniffed them
with his pink nose.
This time Tiger lifted his paws oft
of the two little birds and stared
hard at them once, and only once did
he poke them with his nose, and then
he knew- they were not real birds.
lie looked about to be sure no one
saw him and was just sneaking out
from tinder the bushes when Robin
Redbreast, who had watched a'.l from
flie bush overhead, screamed a
Tiger as he fiew away. "A bird in the
hand is worth two in the bush. Tiper
"I know what that means now.'
said Tiger, as he kept close to the
bushes on his way back to the barn,
"but I didn't this morning.
"1 wisli those children would not
leave their toys anions uio
Those birds certainly did look
DIVORCE CASE WILL
NOT -BE CONTESTED
Durham, June 17. Dr. George A.
err we.ll known Durham surgeon
dentist, will obtain absolute divorce
c.vm h'i wife. Mrs. Betue Hunt carr.
without a legal contest. When the
case is called on Monday, with Judge
Harry Whedbee presiding, tho proof
urat-rstntine a separation will, it is
i.,in,eri hv tilaintiff's counsel, be es
tablished by the plaintiff unhampered
ii,- fhn attorney of the defendant, ix
11. Sykes. Dr. h. M. Kdwards, a den
tist of Durham, has been named co
respondent. The law firm of Manning,
Kverett & Kitchin will place upon the
stand such witnesses as are absolute
ly necessary to maintain tno ciauna
for divorce. Dr. Carr has recently
returned from Richmond, where he
has been under teatmciit at the Hy
geia Hospital. Mrs. Carr will not re
turn to Durham as a personal de
fendant in the case. Tho examination
of half a dozen witnesses, by the at
torneys for Dr. Carr will bring a
rather abrupt end to the suit.
URGE HANK WHERE
POOR CAN GET HELP
Charlotte, June 17.-Recommcndlng
that a law be enacted that will give
to the city and county a banking in
stitution where the poor and unfortu
nate may obtain loans at reasonable
rates or interest upon small securit;
and easy terms and furthermore thai
a more rigid enforcement of the stat
ute regarding the sale of cigarettes to
minors be emphasized, the grand jury
of Mefkhmtiiiretr. criminal court, with
ex-Sheriff Z. T. Smith, foreman, sub
niitted its report vesterdav- and ad
journed. This grand jury was in
strucled by Judge Frank Carter to
consider the loan shark evil In the
city and hence its recommendation.
The concluding suggestion of an
oilier enactment that will keep six
of the retiring grand jury on the
incoming board in order that the
new body might know where the old
left off is regarded as a most excellent
one. The finding that as much as 240
per cent interest, had been charged
by loan sharks was corroborative of
what Judge Carter himself discovered
In a recent action for usury, in this
DOG STEALS KITTENS;
FIERCE BATTLES FOLLOW.
One poultry plant in westen
North Carolina has found egg prodi
Hon a nrofltable venture. A boiiM
was constructed of sufficient size
accommodate 1.000 birds U square feet
floor snace ner bird) and the bird!
(Single Comt wnite tjegnorn) pirn
chased at live months of age at
head. The birds were hatchel
thQ intter nart of Aoril and the lore
nnrt nf Mav and were not lorce ten
Thev were nurchased the first of Octo.
. . . ii,. ... . u
ers and the flock contracted colds
llowed to roost in a buildiu
u-hieit h;wl anniA cracks in the back
n at tim rnnst level. Tiiserrorwu
,.Kr.teri hv mnklne the roof enai
and back tight. During this month
flfis MrzH. The bird.
u pro fed the following ration:
Rrrntch Feed Corn. 2 parts; wheat,
2 narts: oats. 1 part.
Drv MashCorn meal, 6 parts;
flr e. imrto. hran. 3 narts: bed
scrap, 5 parts; ground aiiana, ii
n-i. n..,in waQ oriven mnrninir. nooa
i.,v,t- in nttc on the. nn a ten
Mllll lllKIll. ill Wv
,.,.mll. (r acratch. The total
l-Vlll UUIVU fcV "
.rrtn ner hen was20UHC
.law nniv nod sound best grade
MWJ. -v..-., o
eram and other feed was used.
i, !.. en.l in a rifV IJiaSll
1,,, m.l linr MPTftrft 111 P. U11U3
all times. Green feed as capiwMj
iimls tender alfalfa, clover ana
,. nu ..ienn nnPA a anv. UUfi
wtflrmiik was triven to each 100
firont nnrA ailU ITKUUHU
of all timps both
fnH..ir mwi wntprinfr.
i uu iicua
hniisft on October 1. nir, ar.a
, .ri,i ha muse at
. , t,-i horn
1 1 TYl C I tlH 1 1 ii l L lliWlUt"
1 f -in.fi r.nnliP' It AL 111""
.-, ,.,., from
in ine nrsi bia
her, 191-5, to May, 1910, this l.W
laid49,fiJ2 eggs, or 4,1 M dozen.
fee,i nr labor for this pPriod
.. ,,. .... . .. kr it i-'i cents
fSUd.jS, or a u' ......
,lo.fm This is a low producliif,
Mrs. denrge Zahnlo is undecided
whether to appeal to the police, call
upon the hociety for tho Prevention
of Cruelty to Animals or rciuest the
services of the State board of arbitra
litr home is in a turmoil because
Josephine has stolen the four chil
dren of. Clara, and Clara doesn't like
it a bit.
Josephine is a lady dog and Clara
is a lady cat. and they have both been
living in the basement of Mrs. Xah
lile'B home on West I'ark avenue, Chi
cago. Trouble started when Clara gave
birth to fonr kittens, she was hap
py. Josephine was desolate so she
appropriated Clara's offspring.
Josephine has leenth and Clara has
Claws, and the kittens are having; an
awful time jf it. j;rs zahi0 wants
advice and help Richmond Journal.
The Strone Withstand the Heat of
Summer Better Than the Weak
Old poplewho aflTfceble, aoUyonnget
people whv are weak ,wffc be strengthened
and enablti'Eo throdih 4he depress
ing heat Of SUmmrr hv fxfrinfT rllarl-u
nd enriches the blood anil build nn
l -,1c nrft ninrr .udu
StHULl v. .
... . ... ,..rort l ffi
nhtain. A veariy
... .. .n t rnhnm -arras
Willi luaiiy vi- .-" - .
...... .... .,UoriiilTlfi. )0.-r
inft MHlB. UV Mttunw. ,
. ... ,,r and
private famines, bu-iuuh' -resorts
and others for eggs W
round "next day laid." 1
.i.i. a 1iq same day or
;irt i 1 vt i tii i..
. .M-ifPS r
ninrnhlir ThCSO COIlliacl i...---
:S ..n u ner Aom
prtm :.i i-. in ii r--
...j ...... 57 1.'! cents Pf"
mis iiiHiaiice . ,
nr fhdon neTlH VMJlliU
... ' ... i iM os which alter
"'"" .. TV ,T ",1 feed llie
Daais caicuwu g
tnO lirSL hlA uiuui... " ... flnfl
. !, . Tiinni ns iur o" '
c t uniii.pu vwu, n " - -
. e .rkiirRO HI IM'""-
VllK O 11U IA.V,. 1 " .pu.
Hi. olinrt .niirKpa ill 'w1"-. '
D""'.v. . ... ,w during
past college year , w stud
v.; classes, wnu " - . .
..... . .,.ii ,j K412 student
urn iiib nnll a
but S classes, 77 stuuci..
f liniirS. '
crease ol u vi -v incrpft
i o n nor i-i iii,
ciasBCT, ; .1 create
t. rrn lie"
siuoeiii. uuuia. heint
house started wsi i-"
pleted and new eV""v
B. F. KAU I, rat!
. ...... tn tne
tor o inc. iui.
ship, for 1500. c,0e.
M. E. Itenegar to i-
on the Walkertown roaa i
other considerations. tvpf.
X. V. Teterson to ,,,.r
on Fifth street for l ar'11
. n. A. Bro"
A. is. iiiinmiii"
Jacob F. Ueich to
tract of land in Forsyth co-1656.
.TTwrimems in government. This la
the re-eiecuon 01 rrwiuom
for Mr. IJugaeB H 1 V'
The Western Sentinel (Winston-Salem, N.C.)
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