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V. C MANXINC.
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I year - - SI-50
C ■■oath - 80
3 months _ - 45
Enteied *1 the **ost o«ee at Wi»-
juJui. North Car-lina M second
FBI DAY. MARCH 21. 1924.
I*. teems- U> us that is :ot much
less than a sin to aliow on*- of If"
prx nur.ent s.rtcls of the tcwn to be
turned into a dump pile fer "n* I
a-tJ wor: out truck-- and auunobil-s. [
Highways Nos 30 ar.d » bo n P"» j
by the row of ohi w eat he. and tune
worn vehicle that line Ha-rtr ol
street from the railroad to |
Main street a««1 tne effect or- •he
visitor car be no more than di.-pie—---
When proper., becomes to tn p> '•
where it »sn\ w.rtfc sheUennir, ti en
the jw* p:le is the place f« >- A h -
day or - couple cf woud »J f
W;ier a store -ae- two s\r»- .
the pronr.etor.- sh.vuld lemerab'-r t! a
they icvr no back door an u *■- wh.th
oM pop bottles are tkrJwr. an-, boxe„j
piM-c or* or. the other. bat t:C l ' !
entrances arr fio t and fhouW i-e
The fishing season is much
uter tha . usual It mry be cause »
by the cold weather, yet some «M
fishermen dt:ir it is betau*- the
waters are so full «f nets arwi
that the s««*i o' 'he fi>n have bee'
ltrgely diminished. This it e pecta.-
1) true of the sturgeo . It is aL o true,
in^par". 3J '*o' sha«t-
Tfce waters of the Albemarle »«un.i
practically from the ocean inie* to
the mouth of -he Roanoke river are
filled with nets of s« dry kinds an-!
a fish hrs to swim m the straight
and narnuw way or he never reach**
a? high up as the mouth of the river
It is not at' ended when he reaches
tbr water* of the various river*. The
fcsh the- come into the narrow ?• reiir.*
jx" most of them a»e picket up by
Tart" or hauled in b. -ernes
The fi>herme- in the upper river*
find it hard to ex i on Iht s—"ill
catch they have a'-d are irakirjr Bunk
complaint in the raewr of-fish T- •>»
the sound where the nets •«*> tfle»»
block the chan" e! and the fc-kir» •>(
the r.vers by two -emes so as to ft nn
a complete he. pe i also r nspta'ed
of a? Mndilf * o de>tiwjr the tndus
Another thirjr which is forbidden is
Sunday fishing It is a fact that m>-re
fish are caught Murxjtaythan on any
other day of the week All fishermen
say because the «i*> are out Sun
days. The machines run Sundays and
scire complaint is made such
a pratice- These complaints. we ui.
■ierstan-1 are be:r.(p nuaie to Mr. J
H. Stor*. inspector for the Sort-
Carolina Fish r.. ktwe dr.ty
it is b> see that all fishir-r is doce »
accordance with the fish laws. .
It is. of course a ha> i ihir.* v
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herniate Ctko« under every condition,
ret we cannot pats lightly the fact
that it is important to have such
regulations so that each year may en- 1
joy the abundance of wealth brought 1
by the great "timber* of fish coming 1
to our water? from the ocean.
The an; ourcemerit of John D. Biggs ,
for Congress shouM anpea! to the
voters of the first district. ]
The idea that the officer is the 1
servant anc n r the master is in sc
cv raa ce with the principles of true i
Dwaqnacy. The willirgness "To Live" i
; and "Let Live" is not only cemtnend- j (
able but it measures up to the Chris-11
' tian pr.nr.p>es. I ;
! In any pretense at a J
• knowiecre of political tactics, per- [ i
haps he rrakes the way more reason- ' ]
able why the people shauld support
him. If there is any or* thing that |
j the country hould baulk at. it is the
, professional politician, one who ea" i
|do ao much for ym
T*ve feOow who knows enough
aw-ut tie p(4i*ical ropes is not al- >
iwfys t*ae tes fellow. It has bee |
-hown that thos* fejlows who knov.
mt-re aoout the -ropes" around Wash
irgt or. were about the worst fellows
It will fee safer to select :: Con-jj
rrev-nur. who aoes not know much |
aU«t political wires t)a" it will to
take a fellow who knows al! sboul
the po"it«cal by paths, and ivj .xse ts i
bie interest.- as attorneys, an! l«by
T*3r sh*«ul«l do some tiiinkiii;; i
ar»: not have all of It»e:r thoughts j i
moui'le-: for theni by the astute I
Truiy we have been led by |>olitical
»iiLirU.- too lo'.r already.
Here are a principles
as arriounced by l'r. Biggs.
•i* ,e enartmer.t of a sta'.e law i"
Oregor requsri-g that kindness to ani
nois t» tauifit in ail puUic schools
• fivn 15 mir-utes to lialf an iiour each
seek is attrartinr Hat»on-wide a> ten s
' F Rtvers K eld Worker j
' of thr American Education Society, i
' e-«,uM-d a sta'emetit from S. M N
! Marrs. State SapenutetKient of Kduca
' tw. Austin Texas, to the school chi'-1
dtea of Teias as follows:
"I *ake pleasure in directing your
' attention to the fart that education
in Ms broadest sense inrlu«i«*s the train
ing of the individuals in onler that [
read chaiact** may le the main re j
f suit. Hr car-nxt have g «xl charact* |
1 y f>s we ol«s«-r*e the 'Golden Rule* i
! ar.-l tine ««!*servanKe of the "Colder I
1 Ku*t" shost-'J i>e made btoad enough
I in it- apuliratioc to include artmals
'as»e !as '|4
• i- Ir s er-d I wish to endorse teach
' :r.r ti" ktcjine treatment of a Imals
- a near-- o' ito mtnds of
ci i*«;re' pn-pir legard for feeh g of
s • If we ran have the conception
• U--»" the word -OTHERS' incljdes all
r xniiu! life we will have taker, a leng
5 s;ep lomiw v.o*ld p>-ace 'or the in- i
- diiiJiul m h-s this feeing and will
J a)4>i> the tio?«len Rule' will sot be j
'«M a>tvocating harsh treatment of
- nunkiiik. It is the function of
I- seho«ls u» make con' ributior to
R education ard the argamzat ion of
y leeal s*«*t-ea-. which have for tiieir
II purfp-se the piotect.oji of animals ami
childre- will contribute very largely
e to the opiift of sorial condiions."
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10 EVmniSE. WILIAAMSTOX. NORI CAMOUXA. FRIDAY, HAICH 21. UK.
OAK CITY NEWS ' ji
Messrs. Garland Barabdl of Everrt T
and Norman Minnow of IWilliuMt^i
were visitors at the leschrtage Sen
We are glad that Ms Foust is bul jj
to resume her work filter several f x
days of Oirea.
Mis- Marjorie Engtand and Mr. j.
Ernest HarreK motored fo Tirboto
Wednesday af err. -w.
The Paiwi'.-Toeer Associatto w.
ir. the school ludhchsia V«! e:ay
night. An interesting prcgraiE n:
g:ven by the 6k a ti Ttt grades. Tne
boys p)uartec e was also esy«»;-ed by
The Ladies Aid Socsetv of the Rap
tist church me? with Mrs. Thorton
DaiieLs Tuesday afemim.
The opere'.ta *"Cimiere!ia In l"!ower- >
| land" was riven :n the -hw4 ioditr r
iarr, Friday night by the 2nd :nd 3m
j jrr.nies. The everrtse* were re; y gnot' '
ar.d .-hewed rr.iicfe work e the pert of
the terchcrs, Moye and Sr
T* e Oak C; y V>k*" t»a": ta-i play- }
le' the K->berjtftv2> leam Tufxb.v
n fht, the game i* s -1 to
5 tj:v in favor ef »-ak City
, LOIS \\ll--«»\ IN "TH£ OiViJt
Fl> » \GO\ AT NEW THEATRE
Lois Wilsas i> ea*ae*i by mo
tion p.t titre metres it Ut- A: -eks I
I No' b«'cause ' f her jNo-ei ei ah.lrty (
las an aitre- . r of cwuise- »k
I otl.er adits? wvuM r« or-* '« aa :r-
I sta't thut any one- cmiW km l«e er
I '.ha - i fctrrflf. N« M-S(» Wis en
vied because sfue iiliwißrwi a K-t of ;
..ew iljiwc s:e(s. and Sf ■****r jfiris !
• not o!y did not knew Ke* steps.
ib— c.iuld r>: >id w" --»e MLss !
• Wi'son learri*'! lhe«-_
V hen a.;b>l »•>■' she ir*i
"rrern, M>ss Wiku sweetly imt
= : uere«l ne-' ar «th "I wienlrd '
them, of ceurse T lier fr«Sy r vair j
did not "be'ieve her. but *ijt x«uM j
they do * »
Now the secret is *«*. Miss Wslko
j was leadmr woman I "TT>«c Cwve-red'
Wagorf. which is te be >t®wt ir the
! New Theatre in Washington lues-day
TJhe rreater part of the pcSmr was ?
nia-te at Camp Crare in southern ,
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; DR. HOWARD SMITH
The Eve-Sijrht ?i>ecialist, of Monroe
N. ( will be in \\ ashinjrton airain on Fri
day and Saturday. March 21st and 22nd.
ilasses fitted to Relieve Your Eye Troubles
at a Reasonable Price. Examination Fi*ee.
Tin: BEf L JEWELRY COMPANY
. WASHINGTON. NORTH CAR
| FURNH LRE— THAT WILL ADD
COMFORT TO YOUR HOME
Stuiiiy construction and serviceable fin
ishes emphasize the importance of chocs
injr furnitui-e. The patterns we are now
showing for Sprinjr and Summer are ma:!e
of the highest quality materials. They arc
varied enough to suit most any home dec
Our extended payment plan may be used,
. if desired, even though the prices are much
I less than regular.
Cherry Furniture Go-
CASH OR CREDIT .
WASHINGTON ORTH CAR. -
L'tah. and at the camp akcn UNO
bdim of several iMntat tribes,
n* nfetiiliog held by these litiam
it varkiu tract rami|r the makir g of
the picture fjsdaa'cd Mia Wilson,
rt« never SkDerf to be o*. hzad vim
Lbere was ss Indian dsare «r other
She oatched until Ac was sure ahe
t cr ."je steps, and then one ni-ht,
===aH ™ l * !! "
YOU have Lccn ac-
OiStomcii co think
of a K i« x Hat as the
lar word in style.
but you Ju vent thought :
of a Knox H_t as the
:asr word in economy, j
Yet a Knox Hat costs
but seven dollars. Tiuly
i .then,at such a reasonable .
tost, a Knox Hat repre
sents the most sensible
i kind ot economy.
*4*4+ l hart Brook/
WILL UWS'N N C
n wrapped in a blanket rite joined tbe
L "squaw dance." Her wnMnw her i
a terpsichcrean ability was justified, far |
f ahe aei through tbe whole program
u of steps wit hoot a mistake
, k When she returned to LBS Angeles *
T «he waa dancing one night with one
cf tbe men who had been at Camp
1 1 Crwae, when abe suddenly realised that
i 'be jazz music fitted tbe steps of the
■ "sniiw dance." At orea ate and her!
partner bepui to dance it, in a fewi
minutes they had the floor almost tot
j themselves, otter dancers having ,
' dr?wr to the sides to watch them.
Applause followed the cessation of;
I the music and Miss Wilson's friends [
i gathered around to ask questions, j
Smiles and mendacity rewarded them.
-ot only on that evening but at |
SANDY RIDGE LOCAL NEWS
Miss Sue Asby c..tc:t*-lacd a r umber
of friends Surday night.
Sir. Frank Hopkins motored to
Rocky Mount Saturday.
Mos rs. Leo. Roberson, Frank Grif
fin Er.d Irving Colt rain mol >rad to
Rocky Mour.t Sunday.
Miss Susie Keel spe t the week
end in Everett* with her parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Keel.
Mr Howard Hopkins spent tie week '
iid > home wtfc Mr. and Mr-. J
Mrs. W L. Jones entertained a large j
number of friends Wednesday after
noon at a quiltirg party. After the
quiltig the gue*ts were served cake
Mioses Marjorie Jones and Thelma
Hookins motored to Williamston Wed
Mr. Nick Griffin and Mr. J. W. Car
man went to Williamston Wednesday |
aftemo . •
The other day I saw Clarke. She
said that she was going down town
: for some things that she needed. A
half hour later. I met her again. She
was walking along leisurely. but her
lips were much rosier, and her cheeks (
more colorful than when I had seen |
I her a little while before. That shows
f — : — "Y
I Haven't You Heard of the
II New Way to Grow jjflT
I Better Crops?
II Cared Fertilizer —The Result of Yean of
■* II For • lifetime Mr. Royatcr awl Im* acaaMMliaa of fuai
| One at the moat starting fatniiiin has beta the af
fertilizer. Mr. Roystrr and IHS helper* fotukd that after a|B«
TTI trnifir fmn in ■■ W iltl ■ gii ■ Imm i una! The ——*% '
various chrrairsl elements aaJhiat aid mm* aattkr wad the Jm*.'
of proper feeding for phata. ' •f*"
F. & ROYSTER GUANO COMPANY
m m T ■ «*» ™
Jnckt KSWu frr ImXtiM
what • ftl the Cnfc air t* set
the tkiap ymm mmi earn 4m far }«t
1 Mat. And TUESDAY MARCH 25.
At 3:30 and 8:30
WASHINGTON, N. C
THE WORLD'S GREATEST RECORD
TWg If THE OWtY AHP BPfISWI BKMBBt
OFHIKCOVOEDIMON* TO BE PURTED M
THIS CITY FOB TIC SEASON Of 198W9M
* *M* —* *• N if aa«i la
-THE COVCJtXD WACOM" It is a
\ COMPANY ORCHESTRA OF NOTED
Prices. Mat. 50c. $1.00; Night SI.OO. $1.50
■ Plus Tax. Seats on sale at Turnagre Shoe
MAIL ORDERS NOW
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—it depends cm the Bak- I
fac tWJrr to« —r. Tow I
"IT I Level spoonfuls arc all that are tieo
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