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.v. hi rv.icli a good cla&s of peopl.
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He Series Yl. 11..-C-13
SCOTLAND NECK, N. C, THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 1308.
umwii Kavo Kidney
TroaMo and Ikm Suspect it.
I ",ivv:;'cjicy o Kidney Didciae.
" tost peeplc do r.rt realize the alarm
i ,; ii.dacc and reuuirkahle prcvalencj
cf kidnev disease
?"t?:0 While kidney dis
Tt f jb5orders are the
r---' i JiVmoct common
I P'XtXTl V diseases that pro"
i ,-A$f-2-j vai1, tllcy ar;
- ty.fJj almost the las'.
;; vi W ff! recognized bv
U-V p patient and phy
- -. tcnt (tteineirfi
. 7A 'Jo-l-''vir Vie efcets, while the c--
. ..' mc vadermincs the fystcm.
WTir.fc To Do.
'i'i'iro i-; ecnu'nrt i;i the knowledge sc
'on ivpressc-d, that Dr. Kilmer's
T .;!'!-! loot, the street kidney remedy,
1. ''!''..: eve: vi:-1i in curing rheumatism,
i :;;t i:! tlie li:ic.c, kiilncj s, liver, biaddei
.'ad every pent of the r.rinary passage.
corrects inahility to hold water
: :: fea'diatf paia ia passing it, or bad
t- foci.:; iVti'iowi-ig u:-e of liquor, wine o:
1 . .r. raid overcomes that unpleasant ne
.. .:sity of being compelled to go ci'tci
i .ring the day, and to get u; many
t':.-:.-s during the n'ui'.t. The mild ami
i .: c trao:i:n:iry cu'eet of Swamp-Root
; roaa reali.;-d. It stands the highest
t i iu wonderful cures of the most dis
i ing c-.tf-es. If yon need a medicine
a '.i sl.o-.iM have the oe?t. Sold by drug
j; hi iuiy-ceat ::d one-dollar sues.
' Y jv. r.iay have a simple bottle and &
l.:::r.t'n, N. Y. V," lica Hoa-sct e'-imp-Reit.
v. vitn-.g mervioa this paper and don't
!:::''.;e i-.ny mir-takc, bat remember the
i-.'.v.-?. J;r. Kilmer's Fwaiv.p-Iv.ut, and
j a ':..:a?. i.i:..;h:nulo;:, N. Y.
yR. J. P. WiffScRLCY,
PlIYSICIAX AND SUKGEON,
Scotland Neck, C.
OiTicc on Depot Street.
TT DHieo tm statw in White-
hea l Building.
0:Tico hours from 0 to 1 o'clock
and 2 to 5 o'clock.
R DcR acting Optician,
"Watch Maker, Jev.reler, En
graver. Scotland Neck, N. C. .
E HcBSYD WEBS,
Attorney and Counselor at
219-221 Atlantic Trust Building
Notary Public. Eell Phone 700
INWARD L 111AV5S,
Attorney and Counselor at
Halifax, N. C.
Money Loaned on Farm Lands
ILL 11 JOSEY,
General Insurance Agent,,
Scotland Neck, N. C. ,
fc A IV A. KI V J 47
4) s t y
Full and Complete Line.
Coffins and Caskets
Burial Robes, Etc.
Ikarse Service any Time
I?. E. Josey Company,
Scotland Neck. "North Carolina
TV. r-lvnr.l- tw vM .v. Pinnn wit! "FreTpnticS
Si' tuis sure defesit loV Pammioiiia. To stop a cold
with rrevealic is enfor ihnn to let it run and be
cMii'M to euro it aft-jrwr.rds To be sure. Pro
Vuntics will cure even a deeply seated cold, but
tr.ki n arly at tho srsp70 ;&! thoy brenk. or
brad off thc-5 early told. Thafc suroly better.
1'liafs why they ere called Prerenttw. n ,
lTuvciiitif-snro littlo CuMly Cold Cures. No Qu!n.
1no. no physic, nothing sickening. Hico lor the
ciiiiilnn and thoroughly safe too. If you feol
cliilly.if you mcezM.if you aclio all over, think of
I'rovf'iitios. Promptness may also save half your
Usual sk-Uncs. And don't lors;t your child, if
there is fevi'riKhm'FS, iiixht ordr-y. Herein prob
ably lius Prci'Mitlcs' greatest efficiency.. Sold in
to boxes for the pocket, also in 2Te boxes of 43
trevL-ntics. Insist ou your diiissisti giving you
Hicf-y&'Zl UAI 'SALSAE.I . j
.v.r,-"., ; tf-.'ITciffi a:l rcaiiillcs the oat?, t
S; '':":-.: H.-al-r..v:r Ps'.Ib so Bestero Gr-'yJ
i .tV..cJ liti.- to i- Tnulliful Cs'or. I
I.. '-.' -.'Ctirt:z tri'.p c.ivefz f- hair ialucfr I
' :"s-' .; -'5' bK,rvkln 1?ntU I
A. C. PETERSON.
! THE EDITOR'S
From the following taken from the Rich Squai-e Times, it seems thai
there may not be enough anti-prohibitionists in tlit precinct to hold the
Kct Eco'jgh to G3 Round.
zens of the vicinity came into our office and inquired if we had his name
n the paper as a judge of election for the election in May, and we inform
ed him that we did, that he had been represented as being1 opposed to pro
hibition and was put on to represent that side. Ke caid that it was a
nistake and demanded that we take hi? name out of the paper. We" tried
:o persuade him to let it remain and we would make the correction this
week, but nothing" would do but that his name must come out, so out it
came and this is why the name of only one judge of election for Rich
Square appeared in the publication last week. We may have to send to
Conway for a man."
The present campaign in North Carolina is fraught with more impor
tance than people generally think. Apart from the great moral question
Let Tiiem M2K3 Good.
die country, there is presented an opportunity to mny people to make
rood certain declarations which they have made and which now are
ander test. Many men who have been asked to support local temperance
r prohibition measures have waived the question aside by saying that
:hey did not believe in local option or temperance on a small scale but
A'ould gladly support State prohibition. Doubtless many such declara
tions have been made by men who really felt and meant what they said,
md in the election on May 23 they, will vote the prohibition ticket accord
ngly. Eut if men have said that they would favor State prohibition
vithout meaning what they said, but took that means of shifting the ques
:ion at hand concerning local matters, their failure to "make good" in the
iressnt prohibition campaign will be carefully noted. Then many have
;aid from time to time that they did not wish to see the question of pro
nbition mixed up with a general election, but put before the people cf
-.he State solely on its merits. In this desire The Commonwealth has
shared, and now rejoice 3 that such opportunity is before the people of
Torth Carolina. Let there be no dodging, but let the question be settled
vj a full vote of the people.
The Manufacturers' Record
Telegraph concerning certain opinions
Is liie Poor Doy Shut Gut?
he peer boy, and ho-.v can he win in a contest v.d'h m '.;-?' SpM Mr.
3ryan in reply: 'The poor man has no chance unless he can arouse the
paople with his tongue. The corporate powers are busy misleading the
paople, and are shutting "out the poor boy.' One would think Mr. Bryan's
Idea is that agitation is the highest ahn and duty in life. Human impcr
cections and short-comings aio very prevalent, but there are far higher
nd more fruitful fields of endeavor
Hie universe lies fallow and open to the endeavors of the boy born today,
!iia advantage for doing things in life, great or small, a3 may befit his
capacity, are greater than ever before in the history of the world. Mere
than ever the present generation stands on the shoulders of those of the
past, a3 Daniel Webster once observed. Ars between brains and money
there is no competition. The one is the mere instrument of the other,
and the striking abuses of the corporate power are the product of the
poor boy with brains rather than his oppression. The Carnegie3 ar.d
Rockefellers were poor boys as the rule and not the exception. So fsr
Crom shutting them out, modern conditions have widened the field and
)pportunities for them so that it is actually proposed by Mr. Roosevelt in
3ome one of his nostrums to circumscribe the limits of achievement by a
positive statute prohibiting successful efforts beyond certain bounds."
There has sprung up recently a sort of slang phrase, which we see in
print and hear used by speakers, that means a great deal. Indeed, there
is so much common sense in it that we believe
Lest Time. it shoud not be regar(led ns slaRg at aiI It
should be regarded and heeded as the real key idea for enterprise and
development. "Get busy," 13' the phrase to which we refer, and if more
oeople would heed its suggestion there would be less idleness and more
iccomplished. We have made these observations to say something about
lost time and its results. It is a common thing to see almost as many
people sitting about or standing around in a small to wn as you see at work,
f such people would "get busy" and stay busy at something their com
munities would not appear so dull and dead. It ia astonishing to observe
the lost time in almost any community. If men would loaf less and stay
away from the places where loafers congregate and pay more attention to
little things they can do about home, .their communities would make a
great deal better show as to thrift and industry. Many a man loafs about
the streets or elsewhere when he might be putting in some slight improve
ment about his front yard which would give his home a better appearance.
There is a vast deal of lost time which ought to be saved. Many a town
and community which seems lifeless and dull would seem quite the oppo
site if ail the people would "get buy" at something and keep up'the lick
all the year round. And many people who say times are hard and pros
pects dull would see things in quite a different light if they would "get
busy" at something and do their best to make things lively and times
prosperous. The truth is, every, man has a pretty good and safe capital
in time, and if these assets were turned to good account there would be
more good busmen and less stagnation. Just sitting around will never
improve -conditions, but the rather
should "get busy."
Tickling or dry Coughs will quickly
loosen' when using Dr. Shocp's Cough
Cure. And it is 0 thoroughly harm
less that Dr. Shoop tells mothers to
use nothing else, even for very young
babies. The wholesome green le.-vves
and tendev etcms of a lung healing
mountainous shrub give tho curative
properties to Dr. Shoop's Coush Cure.
It calms the cough, and heals tho een
aativc bronchial membranes. to
opium, no chloroform, nothing harsh
ueed to injure or euppres. Demand
Dr. Shoop's. Take no other. A. C.
Peterson. s '
prohibition election: . "Last week after we had
begun to print the paper one of the good citi
of suppressing the awful liquor traffic which
has assumed such frightful sweep throughout
prints the following from the Macon
about a paor boy's chance: "Cabell
a Cinncinnati high school boy, asked
Jennings Bryan: 'What chance has
than mere fault-finding with others.
will make shem worse. Everybody
$100.00 paid by Dr. Shoop for any
recent case of Crippo or acute Cold
that a 25-ccnt box of Frevcntics will
not break. How is this for an offer?
The Doctor's, supreme confidence in
these, little Candy Cold Cure Tablets
Frevcntics is certainly complete. It's
a $100 Kgainst 2-5 cents pretty big
odds. And rrcventics, remember,
i contain no quinine, 110 laxative, noth-
ing harsh nor sickening. Fneumonia
would never appear it early colds were
always broken. Safe and sure for fe
verish children. 48 Preventics 25c
A. C. Peterson. -.. - v '
A Life Size Picfere hj Represen
tative Jack Beall, of Texas.
SBHET'SES EIGHT, SOMETIMES WEOKG.
Frsna nis Speech in Congress April
6t& en the Acriciilfursl Appro
Now, Mr. Chairman, I am not one
of those who regard the slightest
utterance of the President as oracu
lar in its wisdom, nor am I one of
those who would deprive him of all
credit for the virtues bn may posses.
He sometimes does good thing3 in a
way to make them look bad, and he
sometimes does bad things in a way
to make them look good. He some
times thinks without acting, and
oftentimes acts without thinking.
Laughter and applause.
He is sometimes right and some
times wrong, but always pictures
que. He is patriotic enough occasional
ly to seize upon some of the policies
of hi3 political opponents and use
them to his country's good, and
sometimes partisan enough to cling
to the policies of his own to his
He is the apostle cf simplicity.
He believes in the simple life and
He is ambidextrous. He wields
the "big stick" in or.e hand and a
fountain pen in the other and creates
equal havoc with each. Laughter
and applause on the Democratic
He is fickle in his atlcstions. In
1304 the name of Ilacriman in the
code book cf the White House was
"Donation." In 1903 it is "Damna
tion." Laughter and applause on
the Democratic side.
He in a broncho buster and a trust
buster, the difference being that
when he breaks a broncho he blind
folds the horse, and when he at
tempts to "bust" a trust he blind
folds himself. Laughter and ap
plause. He i3 a nature student. He has
counted all the stripes around the
body of a mountain lion, but he has
never seen a stripe upon one of the
He is a great hunter. He can
draw the finest bead upon a bobcat,
but he can not get a sight on the
Constitution. Laughter and ap
plause on the Democratie side.
He is progressive. For years he
chased the bears, and now he is chas
ing both the "bulls" and the
He is trusting. . He took "In God
we trust" from the coins and then
trused 200,000,000 of them to the
banks in New York. Laughter and
He is a contradiction. He declaims
against race suicide, but he insists
on keeping the tariff on safety pins
and baby buggies. Laughter and
He cultivates the artistic. He
whitewashed Paul Morton and is
now frescoing the reactionaries with
a tint of blue.
He is perverse. He was given the
Vice-Presidency in the hope that he
would bury himself, but has con
stantly refused to deport himself as
a well-disposed corpse should.
He can see a war cloud in the
heaven3 before breakfast, but get3
color-blind about lunch time.
Laughter and applause on the Dem
In the South he has more admirers
than supporters, and in the North
he has more supporters than admir
ers. Laughter and applause.
He can make a noise like a politi
cian. He discharged the colored
troop of soldiers in an off year, when
they committed murder, and now
recommends their restoration in an
election year. Laughter and ap
plause on the Democratic side.
Ke is generous. Given the power,
with the advice and consent 01 tne
Senate to make treaties, he is will
ing to relieve this body of its oner
ous duty and do it all himself.
tTa ia a mftorieian. He can trans
form our Uncle Joe, who is a roar
ing lion in the House, into a purring
kitten in the White House. Laugh
ter and applause.
He is sympathetic. When he sees
the Senate suffering from ennui he
give3 it diversion by permitting it to
eat out of bis hand.
He is considerate. He permits
Ask For AUsa's Foot Ea32, A Powder.
It makes walking easy.
Corns, Bunions, Ingrowing
a-..iiQT, onrl Sweating Feet.
At ' all
Druggists and Shoe Stores, 25c. Don' t
accept any suusiiiu. .v
Addrces, Allen S. Olmsted, LeEoy,
the Supreme Court to construe a
part of the laws a part of the time,
instead of himself construing all the
law3 all of the time.
He is thoughtful. Instead of in
troducing into this House legislation
prepared by himself, lie permits the
"Carnation Club" cf the Hous3 to
look over the finished product.
Laughter and Applause. i
He is the Sandow of the century.
He can hold the Senate in one hand j
and the House in the other and keep
both of them in the air most of the
time. Renewed laughter.
He is a patriot. Realizing from
past observations that his party
of tentimes makes mistakes in nomi
nating :is candidate for trie Presi
dency, he is seeking to relieve it of
that resposibility and is mailing the
He is the strangest combination
of wisdom and folly, of honesty and
obstinacy, of patriot and politician,
of courage and rashness, and of the
spectacular and the grotesque that
this Republic ever saw, and just
what niche he is to occupy in the
temple of his country's history Ged I
and the future alone can tell. Pro
longed applause on tha Democratic
side. TiseSIaasad ills Job.
(Ey Herbert J. IlErocti.)
I know a young man who seem?; te
ll ave a natural capacity for knowing
how to go about things. He grad
uated from a college of phavriihcy
only last June and was put iuchnrpx
of the laboratory of a perfmnery
house in New York at a salary of
twenty dollars a week. Before he
was on the job a month he discover
ed a valuable formula and asked for
an increase in salary of five dollars r
week. No sooner was this granteJ
than he distinguished himself again
and asked to have hi3 salary "raised
to thrity dollars a week.
."Look here," said the -bos?, "ev
ery time you do something clever,
you pat yourself on the back arid
strike for a raise. Now, I'll give
you five dollars more than ycu a?k if
you will sign
contract for t vo !
My friend signed the contract but
the assurance of two years employ
ment at a high salary didn't lesson
his willingness to make good. As 1
said he possessed a peculiar char
acteristic of knowing how to go
about things and last week some
thing happened that called into pliy
every latent power in" his makeup, j
At three o'clock in the morning a !
l-al -!"! -n.a no;crrn fnTrl Liin ih.i !
rhs?r l-itiildinrr vrn- pTii-p
Everything was wrecked CXCCDf j
the safe containing the books ar.d j
formulas. The manager and office
force completely lot their nerve and
enlana liu nlnnrpirifT info Btni-(J
of intoxication which lasted unbrok-1
en for several days. The your-g i
chemist, however, knew haw to g1 '
about things. He waited at the
'nrnn nf thp fire anrl r.e--nf?.l the ad- !
dresse3 01 aa tne employees, nieiii
i t 1 rni
he borrowed somebody's office, sent
a form letter to all their cuctomcrs,
and attended to infinite details which
previously he knew nothing whatso
ever about. After a half day's search,
he succeeded in finding a suitable
loft and placed orders for material
and fixtures all of which was done
with such promptitude that within
three days they were doing business
It is in a time like that when all
the ability which lie3 dormant within
a man come3, out and he can show
his employers that he know3 how to
go about things.
TI10 Sun o! His BHEd.
(Helan Keller in Ccr.tusy.
I have not touched the outline cf
a star nor the glory of the moon,
but I believe that God" lias set two
lights in ray mind, the greater to
rule by day and the lesier by night,
ord hv t.l-.p.m I know that I am cole
to navigate my life bark, as certain j
of reaching the haven as ho who I
steers by the North star. Perhaps j
my sun shines not as yours. The i
colors that glorify my world, the!
blue of the sky, the green of tue 1
fields, may nul correspond exactly j
with those you delight in, but they 1
are none the less color to me. The !
sun does not shine for my physical!
eyes, nor does the lightning flash,;
nor do the trees turn green in the j
spring. But they have not there- j
fore ceased to exist any more than :
the landscape i3- annihilated when
you turn your back on it.
JIanZanPilo Keinedy coinr-g ready
to use, put up in a collapsible tube with
nozzle attached. One application proves
its merit. Soothes and heals, reduces
inflammation and relives soreness and
itching. "For all forms of Files. Price j
50c. Guaranteed. Sold by E. T. (
Whitehead 4 Co. - 1
E.UEiet ExpbJns How He Carae to
Compose this Popular Melody.
AS A WH PLANTATION SOKG.
Ff EparesI co Dreary Sunday, at Rcqeust
f-f Bryant, ivlili wfesa Hs ?:as Assc
c!a!edTii8 Author's Csresr.
"Uncle'' Dan Emmett, tho author
of "Dixie," who is in the city with
A'. G. Field's miiislrels, gave a D-s-p:.tch
reporter yesterday, fioin his
own lips, an account of the circum
stances which induced him to write
that popular southern sor.g. Kd
said he was of southern parentfge,
hi ; father being a Virginian and hid
j fn:th:r Mwyfcnder, yet he was
"ill m 'i v mi wri 1 1 w
1815, "and I am therefore just
years old," added Uncle Dan
In nis early days Emmett deve:op- Tho now9 of Df Williamson.a
eu a remarkable musical talent, ami , do,Vilf.ul wa, reivcd ;n Vadesboro
w-icnaboutlGyc-arsofage.he.wUhi. 1hfj sQ fc
tne consent cms parents, accepted : f i Ue ;3 mwy 80
an engagement to a c:rcus. lie m f ci. hag
travelled with circuses then icr t. ,
At the Oa?" ira-
ti.n of that time he went to N
York and earned his living a.3 a mus
was to compose
" 7 1
o.Vigj and plantation negro vak;-j
and to take occ?siera! '
?.ome feature of the musical
pi rt cf the entertainment.
A NEV: PLANTATION CONG.
Oil Saturday night after the per-
f.;rma"ce one of the Bryants asked
Mi-. Emmett to compose fcr Ivm a
now plantrion song. The next day
being Sunday, end a dark and di j
m u day, too, Mr. Kmrnett set to
w.ri-k to comply with the request 01; 1
i- L 1
Bryant. This was in the year
), and the words and music of
tii'"3 T'ce as they vvere composed on
that Sunday were oppropriate to the'
til n 03.
"LTncie" Dan wrote the words cf
"Dixie," as it is at present sung,
or-1 r.nr ihr in tV. trm.- of the !
"I'ixie" of this day. The piece took i
w.il at the start, although it was
chteen .months later befoie the
j sc.-;.? came ooutn, anu ic was m icjc
j th;tt the Confederates adopted it eo
their national sons. Mr. Emmett
being known in the North 2s the
i composer of the piece, he was the
ov Person a iowea to smg ic m any
P'-ft?1 uu ,
and U xon s line.
After the disbanding of the Bry-
ar.ts in 1SS3 Mr. Emmett moved to
Cv-cazo, wnere no resiaeu for years,
craning ms living a muiifinn.
Leaving Chicago, he went to Ohio,
a.;d took up his place of abed on
I v.." - -f-ivm n.-.r.r Mfiim!: Vprr.oii. vh re
leaving there last August to go v;ith
NEVER AN OBJECT OP CllkV.IT:.
Mr. Emmett finphatiaally dc-nio?
til':? reports printed in some pipers
that he was living in Ohio in desti
tute circumstances. He says he lias
always had plenty of good warm
!'.-:va m brass bauds, l.ater on he; ,. .. . . . . ,
. .,, . . - ., led m trie illicit tale of whiskey sever-
vvmt with tiie nnnslrel tro'.ip C that , ,, . . . . t
n , , , . , .; id years, it 15 aioO alleged pgainst
Bryants, whoperiormcd at Ino. 4,2 hc V) hh tj
brcaaway. inn particu.ar engine- j oth a ,alhor inferior article of
behest wilciei'.'j-tisitccs- -
have vhsti ih&
TKs only hz
if la m m) wJW&
with Royal Grape Crcm ol iextar
- There can Be no cosnfcrtlng confi
dence when eating aluri baking pov-
derfood. Chemists 2ay that mere or
less of the alum po7;kr in yncnanged
alum or alum salts remains hi the food.
clothes and of something to eat, and
has never been an object of char
ity, as some of these newspapers
have stated. He adds that when he
ha.3 no professional engagement he
receives the sum of $10 a week from
the Actor3' Association, which is
abundant to supply his wants, es
pecially when he is living in the
country upon his own land with all
that it produces beside?.
The above selection was made
several years ago. Editor.
Illicit ScUsr at 80 Years.
(V"uJ;:,bvo Measenjrtr and Inteli:?enccr.)
The most sensational happening in
Ibid section cf the state in many a
dy i3 the indictment of Dr. J. II.
'Williamsou, cf Richmond county.for
selling whiskey in prohibition terri
tory. Last week, at Rockingham,
the grand jury found three or more
true bills ugainst the doctor, and it
is probable that he will be mulcted
j for a large amount in fines when ho
ii ii'j:.'i!iicni, ii'.'jiu hi i'ie uiuiui.
lie also very wealthy, his estate
being estimated at $100,000. It ia
tew paw at vl.7:" a quart.
F'.!o TNvy.r-r'y, pricft oCc, IB
t'ul ready to use.
n prompt ivlii f to nny
j fwnin.i ' I'i;-i',. ,tl.s and heals, h'.'ld
bv 10. T. Whiu-bMd v Co.
"3iv v)ii-cthi;ig neat and modest
i in a iiprir;?: hat today.
'Its main features consist-
ed of 07,000 tins snipped from feath
er du-:trrj, festoons of tin can3 all
m. fl rl rl'irmt li 'o ntrtnin
. L ... ... . . ,, n .
Liver Tills for bilious-
i r.e.- rj HiiU
k Iioa'.KK-i.e. They clean
l:e;:d & Co.
"Who did this?" "Oh, sir, I don't
like to blime auvbody." "Noble
youth! For your sake I'll forgive
him. But who did it?" "I did; sir."
- Lou isv i i 1 C- u r ier- Jou rr.al .
iTcver c ;'M ("li when you'll mash a
j j'liv.'fr or fidl'o.r a rut. bur;.', burn or
jsti!d. I!.' I'.ivpared. Dr. Thomas'
Delect He Oil instantly relieves the pain
;;fick!y cnr-. tho wound.
"Docs he enjoy funny stories?"
"Yes; when ho tells them."
r. :-e roiri'. s tlic 'i :nu; wind.-! to chap,
tan and fiwWi. Cse FinoHalve Car
V'uH.cd (acts like a poultice) for cut,
-ore. hum.-, c'n:ij;v;d lips, hand end
f-..'.. It r--oothcs a-.id heals. Sold by
Ik T. Yk-i::; head & C-y.
"Ye?," raid the sufragiston tho
platform, "women have been wrong
ed for age?. They have suffered in
a thoutaiid ways." "There is one
vcy in which they nver suffered,"
said a mock-looking man, standing;
u; in the rear of the hall. "What
way ii that," demanded the suffra-g-i.-;!:.
"They have never suffered in
ibj,-: ii has
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