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M. C.
baing born loto th·· nobility fwd
lu bo Dm only opportunity to become
ΓΜΙ. A«nt|f men then bvgan l<>
•how what thry Had In tb«m.
In lUnlort, politic·, lavention·,
military affair·—la n«ry activity,
m«n of obacuro origin bogan to pall
tliinilwi «ut of Ik· rank· by tKelr
g<nioa or industry. »nd took plar»
tmong tbo grrat.
In Rngland, Carlylo, th» ton of a
ma«oa, produced writing· tkal «rill
alway· «tend la EnglMi ilUratorc aa
atrrrli of lnt«ll«-ctuality
Chart·· Dickon·, aon of a poor cljrir
draamod lata boing itori·· thai hno·
daligfctad million·, and whkh placed
k m among tlM Immortal·.
Jam·· watt, fathor of tha η·4«ηι
•Uam «nfln·. «U poor and unknown
up til bif HrroMlona braagkt kim for
t«n« and rroowa. Ho witk ICIIaa
How·, who I Wad la a dingy l.oadon
atthr a at il kl< towing ma«Un« aarnod
kim It^OM.COO and mad· him ono of
tho moat tuww and rWSnl mon of
hi· tfmo.
Banana rt· of Frnnoo, and Oart
bnldl, MM I a I tan patriot, war· moa
of ma* of lowty atatloa who fawaΛ
tb· gain·· p' griatxm withla tknn
wive* Hubert Born* we* born In
humble circuautaacc*. Ho m
rborwaldaen, tV.a famoua I>mniih arul
ptor.
Our own country baa produced
mora (rrat man than ar.y nther, for
»f honor «prclal ithlnrmtnt in any
fteld. Until Neuit year·, tutccM la
basinet* m»«nt nothing in Earopaan
rountrlaa, for btialMU—"Irada"
·■> not d«a»ad mytrtablr
Fvrrjr achnalbor knowa Ko« in
nuwiaraala aro the Americana who
bava rlaaa from avarac· atation to
rrratnata. So*»» did It by ferra of
r*nhia, aowta without tba •iichtaat
trara af that ifift. loaaa wara hanrli
rapfx-ri by ilr pavorty—and aoiaa by
(be burdaa of ton murh wraith
If il Ιι Una that a prophat l« an
ι rvewn la kle own eouatry, it in »·(ο·Ι
ly trva that graat man ar« aaldom
rtcafniaad far Ihalr tran worth wbila
llvla*.
Our Mtltaa af (leal ara ara da
rlvwt from reading a boat >ln tone
da ad, wtwad. abarartara arc clothed
with a aiyart« jlawdar by lb· paaa
a«a of Ihia We aaaak af lhaaa ai
MM WWaaitly. and waadnr haw It
would ha la aea thaw* and toarh tbr
hem of their pnrimU
A· a matter of fact, if we «»w
Hiojrenm, Γηνγ, Napoleon or Khakt
■peare on the «trrot. In modern ilicw,
the *)rht of the m would give un no
mot» ol · thrill than that of oar
butcher, or our family doctor.
Peter Witt >* riffht. No mar in a
hero Ao hie eontemporari*-* -if hl«
rontemporarien con· inta pereonal
contact with hi™.
The writer hat »ecn ioipe whom the
world call* (treat. He onr« »ho<ik
Hand· with John I) Rockefeller. ac
knowledged the richest man in the
world'· nieto^. Thert· wax nothing
about h la preeenre to Indicate Mm »u
perlarlty to ui all in bumcn and
Anance.
It U the udvertieinff that man *et
that investa tK*-rn with awe-inaplrtnir
qoalitlee. They arc not belap from
another world, bat Hainan· like oar
»lm
They are différant Tram ax In that
they developed totae ability more than
we have, or work M harder than wa
hare.
They ara )a«t averern mm wha
had a chanee ar look a chance
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ί PRESERVE/fe LEATHER;
ί υβυIDS «^PASTES: For Β leek.WWt·.Ian »J
end Ox'Blaod (dark brown) ShOM «
The New Motor Car
The Greatest Imp
Riding Comfort Since
of Pneumatic
TTKRK la m bru! net» type of
tTÎcar. It solves the problem
which hu biBid mutomotive en
gineer·—how to combine riding
comfort with tight weight and
economy.
Our new Three-Point Cantilever
Spring* make this possible.
These are the first springs of
their kind and they are made οf
c'.irome vanadium steel. They are
exclusive with Overland.
Because of these springs, Over
I n.d 4 combines the riding qual
14 of large heavy, expensive, long
wlioeilxise care, together wfth the
advantages and economy ot amall
Klht cars.
With lift-Inch wheelbase. Over
l"^rt 4 has the luxurious riding ease
o: US-inch Bprlnghess.
The exclusive, Three-Point Can
tilever Springs cushion the car so
that It rtdes well on all roads: they
reduce choppy" rebounds and aide
swaying, protect the car from road
shocks and prolong its lifw, mini
mize twisting or rucking of frame
and body, enable the car to hold
the road better.
The car and passengers ride
smoothly as though floating, free
from road shocks that the sprints
Mtrd off'
But this new riding comfort* pos
sible only with these,
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the «dvant^iefc«f<HErl^ L
Its light weight make· possible
great economy of gasoline and tires.
High quality materials insure
durability. All vital parts of the
IS
front axle and steering gear and all
highly s tressed genre and «halts for
driving the car are made of alloy
tieel.
The equipment list of Overland 4
is high grade· including Auto-Lite
Starter and Lighting System —
Electric Horn—Marshall CM van Up
holstery Springs — Demountable
Rims—Three Speed Transmission
—Slanting Rain Vision Windshield
—-Tillotson Carburetor—U. S. L.
Batteries and many other high
quality conveniences.
1 ' Da every r^specj Overland 4.1» a
quality caiT^TKe body ΚΠϋΙ steer,
all enamel, the brightest, hardest,
most lasting finish.
Overland 4 has been tested for
two years and more than ΙΜ,ΟΜ
mile* over the Rocky Mount·!—,
prairies, through deep mod tod
scorching, deserts—-through quick
•harp climatic changes. Am a result
of those testa we were able to Judge
the car'· performance under every
condition and to perfect it belera
offering It to the public.
There is no previous car of wmf
size or price to adequately compare
with the character of ■■like Over
land 4 introduces.
The farther you rid* In ti the
more you will appreciate It. Come
in, see the car and ask for booklet,
" Thé demand wCl be greater than
the supply for a long time.
Overland 4 Touring, 1845; Road*
eter, $345; Coupe, $1335; Bedsnj
$1375. Pricca f. o. h. Toledo*,
ΊΟΟ inch Wheeltoaee
PARR1SH-DRTVER COMPANY, Dunn, N. C.
TcUphon· No. It2 Λ PRICKS 8ÛWBCT TO CBANOE WITHOUT NOTICE 111-116 S. Wibon Avenue
    

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