"YES YOU'RE LOOkING SPLEN
DID.' I CA^'T SUGGEST A SINGLE
CHANGE. THj^T NEW HAT Oif
YOURS' IS DECIDEDLY BECOM
ING, AND. IT SHOWS YOU 1} AVE
A LOT OF PERSONAL PRfj)E."
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OR DOES IT SAY?
"WELL, WHAT "YOU NEED'S JUST
. - A KITTLE TOUCH i(eRE' AND
THERE I A HEW HAT FOR INS
STANCE, "ONE * THAT'S" NOT
, , QUITE SOe'INDIFFERENT'? JUST
THAT WOULD TONE UP YOUR
appearanCr 'Most as much
?AS AN ENTIRE NEW OUTFIT."
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few-minutes in front of our mirror
?yog wilKfind the hat you need
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0 $5.00 $
"'"TO' ^ ownt Ptwamuff MOM
v N. Morris
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Who Is Louie Gniioway.o'f Balsam .1
Grove',, N. C.? Candidate for Sheriff.
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Ta my fellow-citisi^na of?Transyl- i
vanja Comuty: ' . I
pieaso don n?t think -that I. am i
trying to tax your patient* with an
"autp?b'ographj(" of myself, but re
alising that there are many demo
cratic voters ir> the County whom I
i'o not kno.y personally, and whom
I shall perhaps be unitble to see be
/;. .e (he primary, I feel that I owe
.<? such, because of the fact that I
am asking their aupport for the noni
.nation f<Jr Sheriff, just a word of
?'noli inttroduclion" that they may
kroV, indirectly at least, for whom
they are casting their ballots.
I might say in the out3ct that I do
not come from a fam.ly of politician
and ' ofllce-seekcrs, although my fa- [
ther, J. M. Galloway, is at present a
member of the Uouril of Education
a position, however, wh'ch he ' did
not ask for Out to which he was draf
jted by the state Lcgislatut-o-.--: I am
1 a grand son oif W. P. Galloway, late,
! of Gloucester township, who \va3
| very aptly called, l^y some one in
1 writing of him, (the "seed corn of der
j mocracy" ir the republican strortg-'
! hold of Gloucester, which "he really
?,wai |or many years; he having',at Orjf
Wme, be6n the only democratic vo
ter in the entire township. ' > My
granflfath^f lived to see the number
of h.!s fellows increase , from, pne to
a scant "bakers dozen" before leav
ing Gloucester to make his ' 'home
near Brevard where he spent his last
years near the tojvn he helped to es
tablish and among those friends
whom ne had stood fatithfully by in
many a hard-fought political contest.
Time has dealt none too genero
usly with .us during tb?si past twen'y .
years, speaking fror^a political view
paint. While the democratic streng
th is considerably greater than it was
twenty years ago, it is plso true that
with the passing of my grapd father
A. J. "Galloway, a more distant rel
ative, the Robinsons, the Smiths
Prices, Thos. Hayes and many others
I maght name who in their time 'hoi-*
ped to compose the "ol$ school" of
democracy, their, party sustained
an irreparable loss, as did also the
educational, moral and religious in
terests of the community. ' ?
I do not' claim to.be a worthy suc
cessor to any of these departed 'pio
neers, however I took my place' in 1
thv depleted tanks of democracy
when I was nothing but a boy*" anc(
together with others no less devoted
to the cause we deemed worthy of
our hest efforts, we have "carried' '
on" until today we claim some thir
ty to forty demgcratic voters in
Gloucester. ' " ' ~ .
Soon after last democratic pri
mary I wag solicited to make the
race for sheriff when the time ^ for
nominations should come a
roXind. Recently sti'l others of my
friends have urged tjiat I enter the
race, a number of wjioin do not re
side in Gloucester. I 'fravo acceed
ed to their requests and in doln^ so
have taken the first step towards
tliat Hroal to which my -strongest de-<
sires hnd ambitions hnvfe i i -r
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Bincc early manhood. I am not as- ' t
hamed to admit that I long, have :
thuerished an ambition to bo sher
iff of . Transylvania- County. Whet- t
her or not I shall utain to this ^oal .
is a mattei* resting entirely witli the .V<j
democratic voters, in whose hands I ' '
am quite content to rest my case,
respeetfulfy soliciting the support jrtt
all good citizens, both ladies ( artd %
gentlemen. . *?
' Respectfully, \
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is its floors. They are battered, . yi
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And they ruar Of, malcc the in
side bfeauiy of (a home. Their
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lyl^ke ycur floor' a present of ~ '
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Afift) ( > ? ds double profit to the owner ? it pro
vide:. . t tiful supply of fresh vegetables for the
?table andHhe worlc required to keep it. in condition is
health-building exercise for every member of the
?family* V: v ' *? \'
Plan to enjoy the double benefits of a, garden this
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' season; ? we have the necessary tools and seeds:
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Every man should have a set of tools with which to do
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the odd jobs of repairing around home: It saves dol
lars o fexpfense as well as hours of time; every year:
We guarantee the quality .of our Tools at the follow-;
\ faffing ? ..
- ; ; ' " ' ? EASY
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' Farming these days may be made just a3 easy as you
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want to make- it: Our assortment of farming imple
thing mechanically ar.d much more economicaUy than
ments affords you th ^opportunity to do almost every
you can do less work without them:
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?. "a; handy kitchen
A Kitchen Cabinet in one of the greatest Kitchen con
?* veniences ever manufacture*! ; and every home should
have one: Let us demonstrate these now models:
Farmer's Supply Co.
J. M. Allison, Manager
TWO STORES CADWELL ? MAIN STEETS