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ipeiED 8Y M
IT HAS PRE
FOR HANDLING OF
\ R. BRADLEY HERE
et Office of Collector of
Interdi Revena* U in the
W, H., Bradley of Columbia, who
coonfrctsa with the office of Kx
>yernor Tf .C. Hey ward, Collector of
nial Revenue, la In Anderson on
aterday that druggists
?rho deal In opium had re.
,tb?a week copies of the law
by congress by which ?ll desi
re or handlers of this
Prior to Msrch 1,
l?y stated, registration
made with the bureau or in
re?ue by all persons who pro
^drt, msnufacture, compound,
in. sell, distribute or gire away
n or coca leaves, their salts, de
lyes or preparations. Regulations
carry. Into effect the law of Decem
r lt, 1814, hare jost been Issued
Commisploner W. H. Osborn of the
terna! revenue bureau.
The. regulation H prescribe the form
registration required. The ap
icattoo 'mu?t be accompanied with
amount of the special tax, $1 per
, in the form of a special tax
attached to the application,
haters of the drugs enumerated,
exempted from this require
by the law, must issue an or?
therefor in form prescribed, prior
or receipt of the drug,
are registered are to be
blanks of the form pre
^ at; a cost ot $1 a hundred.
A record ls required to be kept of |
euch dtugs distributed or dla
M t* ? Patient by a physician, I
. oin veterinary surgeon , these
Mtaera are not expected to take
..on order from the patient. This'
muet 'show: The date wheo
drug,ia dispensed or distributed;
tu? kind and quantity, in each case;
a came and residence of the patient. j
ta record, will be available for two!
T??sU dwpsaslug such drugs oj
faacHptloh fir a physician., dentist or
sterinarian must beep a record show
la? the carabar of the prescription,
tac sunmo of the practltloasr signing' it
lad th* ahm* ot, the persea tor whom I
?ons t?tw? alta *>.?!.? names lu full, j
by* alpress 'direction of the regula-'
lloa? Where tho druggist suspects
fraud, ha U profited from fliting
th^ ^irescrjption, nader penalty ot th?
.: vIMsacftMrs of th? drug are required
to m&xejava&tory ot such drugs on
': Marchi 1 ?nd ?wear ta it. Where
?:-s-?'W itkUati-? ?-sMg?? .MW
Hwtcihes- cf the lawlessness of the
a taken to accuracy of record J kept
? statement* that may be exacted.
Agenta ?nd other inspectors ot the
?a service ar? to make
ij^^HIIHPPmr Interval* to tbs
^?peatct ail who dispense or dis
tribu?a opium or tts compounds, etc, to
lfc?p?ci the stock> o-smlae end verify
record*. .They will report for
^^?Pfoajthy Violations of law dis
nw?f ?d. r. Where suspected drats ar?
W??f'.m-: the premises ot maoufac
Pfeva aaa: dealers registered, samples
are to be forwarded to the service,
BABNg IN ROUTH CAROLINA.
m barns are being built In
rural districts of South Carolin?,
ldhaa material dealers in ?ll sec
ot lae State report aa uupreced
l demand for barn lumber ead
ilntu Next to the berne, the bara
?B??.most important building on the
and wherever red barns exlct
frtisallty and prosperity abides
i^r^bervpjd construction of new barns
Hi South Carolina ls lifting the farm
.? Industry ot this Stato into a higher
Ijj^Bfe? or utility , end ls establishing a
^^Kar* in our industrial progresa.
ommunity caa proceed far into ita
^^HpR^ral economy until ita stock
.veli} jshettered and its crops are
?r Otp. titeaba? Betaras,
M. L. Hort hem has returned
gfr?ta? bylaea* trip to Colombia and
I? CALOMEL M
fife ST?Y JU
St* Sit SlnWfc
i. ?ur? ??iioa*? ?.e* ?.*J*#LBU
act-kad oat, W yeer bowel? are
year *?*d ache* er
^m^kM eonr, i*?* tax? a ?p??af ni ot
idssit ? ' aMver Tee? lassoed
? eateg, aslivatiwr cakv-Ml
tA^tygm !. reel liver ssedi
? i ?ft%.M?w lt ?ext. MOraleg bs
,11 : t? yorklay, y?ar h?d
itsfrtwuhl. fjea*. 'your Stow?OH
Weat' ?ad bowel? rttiuUr. LVa?
. .in?, Y*?ill h? ohejrr
. i^t^vjgfb vigor ?ad ?jabiU?}
J. FlemiDf Boyd of Spartanborg waa j
among the visitors lo the city yester
R. A. Ooasett of Greenville was
among the visitors in the city yester
Albert Dean of Starr waa In the city
yesterday for a short while.
John Campbell of Pendleton was
among the visitors apending yester
day In the city.
Marvin McWhorter of Hsrtawell,
Ga., was lo the city yesterday on bus
Capt. Miles Plckens of Pendleton
was a visitor In the city yeaterday.
Mrs. E. G. Evana and little daugh
ter. Sam, were visitors In the city yes
J. J. Galley of Iva spent yesterday
In the city on business.
C. 8. Puller of Laurens waa a visi
tor In the city yesterday.
Mrs. P. M. Gary and daughter. Miss
Helen, were shoppers In the city yes
C. M. Gray of Starr waa a visitor |
In the city yesterday.
Floyd Watson or Fair Play waa In
the city yeaterday.
Mra. W. M. Wootbright of Town
vllle waa among the shoppers in the
E. Cromer of Townvllle spent yes
terday tn the city on busineas.
R. F. Bagwell of Belton was In the !
city yesterday for a short while.
Ed. McAllster of Pelsar was among
the visitors in the city yesterday.
R. E. Sparks of the Mountain Creek
section waa In the city yeaterday for
a short while.
A. G. Wood of Wllliamston was
among the vleitors tn'the city yester
Sheriff Joe Ashlsy went to Hones I
Path yesterday on business.
. t \ m. O , ...
Miss Caro Aull of Pendiste* was
among, the shoppers tn the city yes
terday. _ . ?t.
Alfred Barnes of Lowndeaville wei
among the vistiere fas the city yester
Miss, rennie Harper ot Hones Path L
spent yesterday with Mrs. William j
. W. O'Brien, a popular, traveling mea;,
of New York city, la hers for s few I
j days. ; : _ , ,
W. B. Bradley of Columbia, wea ls!
Wameoted with the eScc of Cc;lector !
of International Revene, le tn the city
C. E. Grahmann of Alkea ie a visitor
C. L. Cu re tod of Ptckena was among
j the visitor la the etty yesterday.
Fred I. Nissen, easlsteet manager!
I of the southern sales district for the I
Llggett-Myera Tobacco company, te In
the city for a wto weeks stay. He ead
J. A. Mullins, affectionately known ns
"The King." represent this well known ]
concern la the sooth. Both Messrs.
Nleaoo end Mullins hrs food Of An
derson and have fallen toto the habit |
of calling lt "My Town." More popu
lar travelling men are not to be found |
on the roed.
1 J. A. WILLIAM? DEAD
rasas* Awsy at Heme et His Mather
Beith ef City.
James A. Williams. Bl years of age,
died yesterday ?norning at a o'clock
at the home of hie mother. Mrs. S. A.
Williams, som? two miles south of the
etty. The funeral services will be held
et ll o'clock this morning at the resi
dence, after which interment will be
at Silver Brook cemetery.
Mr. Williams waa married severs!
yeera ago re Mise Whitten of tula city,
who preceded him to the grave by
come yeera Three children survive,
their naines being basel. Floyd and
!Annie, fie ls also survived by his
mother sad ouo brother. John A. Wil
liams ?>?'? A??C-***=
nKEi YOU SICK.
--*v . . ' '
You? draggisi er dealer sells yen a
80 c?sk ?paftle of Dodson's Liver Teas
tinder, ns? 'persona! wasresdes that lt
will chan your sluggish liver belter tb aa
aaa?*b?&*?)i it won't snake yea sk*
ead ?kai can sat anything yea, was?
with??? being salivated. Your druggie*
guaraiteea thal each spoonful will start
your liver, clean your bowels sad
streifet?* yee ap by mora lag or yon
get year nwaev beek. Children gladly
Uk? Dedra's Liver Toce because lt ts
pNraaJaV tasting ead doeaa't gripe or
cr-m> ?y make them sick. a)
1 ita erllisg millions ef bottles sf
rvd4n*s User Tea? to people wu? save
fosM tbsi this pleasent, vegetable, Ever
medginf tsksa the piase of d? agers**
?-*b*t' e> (toy eas hettie ea aa? esas*,
r<W ?aw ?atea *? yew ?r^firt
?KOEPSON VO??D FIN
ELECTION ON LIQUOR
Delegation From Thu County
Unanimously For TlUi-Full
Text of Mentare.
Anderson County's delegation In
tba lower house Toted for the prohi
bition election which waa carried
Test ef BUL
Here ls the full text of the prohl
tlon referendum bill, as passed by
Be it enacted by the general assem
bly of the state of South Carolina:
Section 1. That on Tuesday, the
l '-th day of September, 1915, an elec
tion shall be held, pursuant to law,
submitting to the qualified electors of
the State of South Carolina the ques
tion aa to whether the manufacture
and sale of alcoholic liquors snd
beverages ahall be prohibited OT con
tinued In thia State, sa now provided
by law. And such election shall be
held and conducted under the laws
and In the manner now prescribed
for regular election?.
Sec. 2. Each person favoring the
manufacture and sale of alcoholic 11
quora and beverages In South Caro
lina, and voting on this question,
shall cast his ballot: "For the manu
facture and sale of alcoholic liquors
and beverages la South Carolina,"
and each person opposing the ?ale and
manufacture of alcoholic liquors and
beverages in South Carolina, and vot
ing on thia question, ahall cast his
ballot: "Against the manufacture and t
sale ot alcoholic liquors and beverag- i
es in South Carolina." One ballot i
box at each precinct ahall be previd- 1
ed and all the provtsions of law of
force In regard to general and ap?ela!
elections ahall be applicable to and
cover the manner of conducting this 11
election, and ascertaining the result
Sec. 3. If the majority of the bal
lots so cast be "For the manufacture
and aale of alcoholic liquors and
beverages in South Carolina," any
laws existing of force at Ute time of JI
auch election shall ne snd remsln tn
full force and effect.
Sec. 4. Should the majority of
the bellota so cast be "Against the
manufacture snd eels of alcoholic j 1
liquors and be vb rages In South Caro
lina," then the manufacture and sale
of alcoholic liquors end beverages In
thbi Stet* ahall be unlawful, except
en hereinafter provided, and the au
thorities in every county In this State.
BOW or hereafter, vested with the
control of dispensaries, where dis
pensaries for * the sale of alcoholic
liquors are BOW .operating under ex
isting laws, shell proceed to wind up
the affaire of such dispensaries end
shall close the same on or before the
1st day of December. 1915, and no li
quor ?hall be bought by the county
dispensary board after tb? result of
said election ls declared by the State
beard of canvass are.
Bec. 6. Tbs words "Alcoholic ll
quora and beverages." as used here
in, ahall be considered to be any lt
quor". beer, beverage ' or compound
whether distilled, fermented or otb
wise, by whatsoever asms Stso^ra pf.
ceiled, which will produce Intoxica
tion, or which contains - In excess ot
one per centum ot alcohol and is used
ea a beverage.
Sec. ?. AH eat or perts of nets in
consistent with tbs provisions of this
set be. ned the seme ?fe hereby, re
pealed. Provided, nothing in this act
contained ahall be construed to re
peal nay law dopa lui; the offence snd
eay penalty, fine or provision for the
enforcement of lew not Inconsistent
herewith, but ?ach provisions, pen
alties ead fines shall remain ia fall
force and effect.
ON BAOT PRUSSIA
(CONTIKITED FROM PAOB ONE.) .
dtentes a Russian attempt to turn the
flan* of the Teuton alli?e. If lt should
prove successful, observers say. lt
would heve serious con sequences i**
the large Austro-Germen army in sud
about the Carpathian pass?e.
Russisn military experts . antici
pated that the Asst Hans aili deliver
their mata attach with' their extreme
right. In western Bukowina, aiming to
achieve a algnal victory and thus give
Rutn?nla cause to pause, . The only
thing holding Rumania In check at
present, lt la said, is uncertainty ss to
what Bulgaria will do. Bulgaria, lt
in 'sestsrted, attll demands that part of
Macedonia now under Serbian rule as
the price of her neutrality and Ser
bia ts reported unwilling to make this
! ''Greece, lt 1? asserted, also objects
u> Bulgaria estend'sg h ?r ba?ad arlee
westward, taking the ground that this
would piece a wedge between her and
her elly, SerbJ v
. Thus, seemingly, the whole Balkan
situation remalas inYMvtd and lt te
stated it la tot Uroly to be cleared
up until Bulgaria's remands are sat
; ' Another skirmish with tho Turkish
advance guard not \*r from Sue* te
['reported by the Br.tish forcee ia
Egypt. It was not of a serions char
acter. British marines are said, to
have landed at AlexandretU, Asiatic
Turkey, and to beta cat the telegraph
" FIFI CENTS FROTES IT
A Ge***ens Offer. Cut oat tala
ed-, enclose with I canta to Foley sk
Co.? Chicago, m., writing pasir name
ead address plainly sad receive a free
trial package containing Poleys
Honey aaa Tar Compoea'd, for coughs,
cold*i sad croup; Foley Kidney Pillo,
for kidney ead bladder complaint*,
backache, pains In J?tate. Thansen
tassa;: sad Foley Cathartic TabUU,
a wholesome gad thoroughly cleans
ing cathartic-try all three ter I
esr.ia, the cost ot malling. Sold by
?rana Ph argrey. ,
?? Lfc**,Vti^< J Li..?
BE HELO SAME TIME!
PROBABLE LAW AND BOND
ISSUE WILL BE VOTED ON
G. Collen Sullivan Attorney For
Paving Commission Give?
The election on the ratification of
the assessing abutting property own
ers law and the election on the ques
tion of Issuing bonds for strest pav
ing will be held at the same time, in
al! probabilities, aa an opinion to the
effect that both elections can be held
st the same time has bean rendered
by G. Cullen Sullivan, Esq., attorney
for the paving commission, who was
requested by the board, at its initial
meeting last Wednesday, to Investigate
ibis matter and report back to the
chairman of the board.
The commissioners were of the
opinion that lt would not only expedite
matters but would be advisable to bold
the election on the two questions at
the Bame time, provided he wo elec
tions could b held Jointly legally. The
question of the legality of holding
both elections at the saine tine was
the matter Mr. Sullivan was asked to
Investigate, and in the following let
ter to Chairman E. R. Horton of the
paving commission he gives his opin
ion on the matter:
Mr. E. R. Horton, Chairman, Ander
ann Street Improvement Commis
Dear Mr. Horton:
Pursuant to Instruction ot the An
icraon street improvement, commis
lion; of which you are chairman, I In
restlgated th? question as to whether
ir hot the question of approving the
ict bf the general assembly autborls
ng the assessment of abutting prop
>ryt owners can be submitted to the
luatifled electors of ths city at the
lam? electron by which the question
>f the city of Anderson Issuing booda
to provide for one-half the cost, of
luch Improvements ls also submitted.
My opinion is that both question"?
nay be legally submitted at a singl?
sleet ion. provided each may .be rr.ted
sn senarately so that each may stt.nd
sr fall upon ita own merita
Yours very trnlv,
G. Cullen Sullivan,
GREAT PROGRESS . ~
s . ; . MAA REEN Iff ABE
'. (CONTINUED PROM ?AGE eui)*.1"
number waa what ta known aa th? ne.,
native inspection law. a pr?position
by Mr. Harris, of Greenville, 40 re
strict the sale of coca-cola, and a
comban lon bill by Mr. Boyd to that Of
Carlisle relative. t'? amending the
mileage book lan. Messrs. Toole and
lAlv? iatrcdwCim* a bili piovidius ..??v
a five thousand dollar appropriation
?nd the participation of thia sfate
In the celebration ot Perry's nata)
vlcotry a hundred years ago.
Mr. Graydon had a proposition pro
viding for th? free transportation of
sheriffs and deputies while traveling
on official business.
Mr. Moor?, of Abbeville; today uh
der took to have the state-wide prohi
bition referendum recommitted. He
wanted it sent to th? railroad com
mtttee as that committee was most
flmtltar with railroading and fae sag
gested that th? referendum measure
had been "railroaded" through the
Th? Columns stood just ?bout-the
Bame as they did yesterday and twen
ty members voted to recommit th?
bill, while eighty-two voted to for.
ward lt to the . senate, thereby pass
ing it beyond the control ot the
house with its approval.
Th? house baa made a special or
der for next Wedneaday morning tor
th? Harper ?nd Hawkins compulsory
At the request ot Mr. Cothraa all
of th? delegations ar? to hand to the
ways and means committee exact In,
formation aa to the floating pest due
?nd bonded indebtedness of th? var
One at the meet Important bills of
the session provides for a tax com
mission ot three members and this
commission ia to have absolute and
unlimited authority la ?lt matters re
lative to .. assessments, equalisation
and. tax collections, and ia to super,
.ede My ?ad ?very taxing or siseas
tag authority ?? the State.
Th? Mil has had a favorable report
from the committee. ?
THIS IS A BAB MONTH.
The indoor life st winter, with lack
of adtdeor exercise, puta a heavy load
on kidneys; Nearly everybody suffers
baal rheumatism, backache, pata tn
?Mea ead back, kidney and bladder
ailments. A backache may not tneaa
anything ?eriotsa, but it certainly does
not mean anything goad. Ifs better
to be aa the tata Mae sad take Foley
Kidney pills ta strengthen and in
vigorate the kidney? ?ad help them
<# .their work They help rid the
blood af acid? and poison a. SoM by'
COLUMBIA. Jan. 89.-Governor
Richard I. Manning baa aoeeated ths
appointment as Stato chairman of the
cc4nmlssloa of relief la Belgium.
Bruce Walker Ravenei, ot Columbia,
who has carried on the relief work,
has been natn?d aa vice-chairman.
. Tea caa gat ta* a?w? walt? lt? nsw
la Tba Morai ag Deity iotslllgsaosr.
titi?! . ?? t\
MILL URE STATU QUO
PLANT IS STILL IDLE AND NO
OVERTURES HAVE BEEN
b Looked For by One Who Is in
Touch With Affaire at
So far aa can be lean I, no over
tures bave as yet been made by either
officers of the Equinox Mills or em
ployees rooking to a settlement of the
disagreement on the wage question
which baa caused a complete shut
down ot the plant.
One who ia in thouch with affaira
at the mill expressed the. opinion yes
terday that the employees who are
holding back will return to their work
and that by Monday the mill will be in
full operation again. Already, he
atated, numbera of the employees have
expressed themselves as being ready
to go back to work- And he bas been
informed, he stated, that only a '.?mall
number of those who refused to return
to work are holding out
The plant of the Equinox Mill was
again Idle yesterday, this being the
second da.' ;hat the machinery in all
departments was at a etandatlll aa a
result of some of the weavers refusing
to accept the reduction In wages which
waa ordered by the mill authorities,
effective last Monday morning.
Mr. R. E. Llgon. general manager of
the Equinox and Oluck Mills, stated
yesterday afternoon that he had been
to the Equinox Mill that day. Dally
reporta of the trouble, he states, are
being malled to Wellington, Sears and
Co.. owners of the plant, and that the
first report should have reached the
DETERMINED TO END THE FIGHT
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE.)
ble the substitute was defeated. 40 to
14, end in quick succession four
amendments offered by Senator Gal
linger were laid on the table. .
Maneuvering left the bill at mid
night in auch a position that a vote
oe the substitute might come at any
moment if the opposition faltered,
and Senators Lodge and Smith, of
Michigan, appeared at a Ute hour
laden with many papers and appar
ently ready to relieve Senator Smoot
and continue the battle of words
throughout Ute hight if necessary.
At I O'' lock Senator Smoot had
been talking three hoare and a half
sad showed no signs of concluding.
Half a dosen senators were on the
floor, some dosing In their .chaira.
Couches in the cloak rooma each had
. Senator Fletcher, in charge of the
bill, ; was ; stretched out at hie denk
and 'slept peacefully during quite
portion of Senator Smoot's remarks
Senator Williams, of Mississippi
who sad sse3.'2$ut'l?.? ii his desk, la
terrupted Senator Smoot to ask:
"Has the senator calculated the
amount of money his speech is' cost
ing the American people?"
Senator Williame then said the
speeches made by Republican sena
tors during their fight against the,
shipping bill had cost more than
1500,000 In printing bills and stenog
Senator Burton's speech, which
lasted more than 13 hours, had cost
$250.000. he aald; that of Senator
Lodge $150,000; that of Senator Gal
linger $200,000, and that of Senator
Smoot np to 1 o'clock $41.500.
Senate listens to Republics* Sen
atoe- Read Neera ol Day From
WASHINGTON. Jan. 29.-After pro
gressive Repuo.tcan senators had sug
gested amendments to the government
ship purchase bill today with a hint
that they might support lt in amend
ed form, tiie senate settled down to
listen to another speech by Senator
Gallinger, who read Into tbs record
many pages of reporta on ocean trans
portation and ship subsidies, histories
of famous filibusters und the news of
the dey form a morning newspaper.
?* tate ia the day Republican leaders,
confronted with rumors that the Dem
?Crs?? wOuiu attempt to held thc sen
ate In session ail night, began a pro
gram of parliamentary obstruction,
Including demands for many roll calla
All efforts to conceal obstructive t?c
tica were abandoned and as the even
ing wore on the session became an
other endurance test.
Senator Norris suggested to the
Democrats, that if they would amend
the bill to insure permanency of gov
ernment operation of ocean eatpc ead
to piyhlbit purchase of shtpa from
belligerents without consent of all bel
ligerent nations he would support the
measure. Senator Kenyon, another
pregraslve Republican, presented
amend meeta to make the proposed
shipping board entirely civilian and
to prohibit shipment of war munitions
Hf* Savers Beach Yacht,
NORFOLK. Vs.. Jan. 39.-Advice*
received over the government sea
coast wires today stated that lite
savers had succeeded ia reaching the
unknown yacht wrecked seven miles
o?? Desmond Shoals, bat found noth
lng io definitely establish the tdaattty
of the both or leam the fate of her
arejar. .. ^L???
McLeod & McDonald Musical
Comedy Co. present
A Rip Roaring Farce Comedy, with plenty
of Singing, too.
MQVIES FOR TODAY
"BRONCHO HI LL i Pl'TS OSE OVER"
Thin bi a Splendid Plctvre.
Essanaj Farce Comedy.
The third reel will be one of those fanny Key.
Rtone Taree Comedies, title unknown at this time.
Dont fall to see our pew elect rle pop.com pop
per und sample our "Butter-klst pop corn." It's
In the lobby. . ,
IS ASSURED NOW
DAIRY AGENT OF CLEMSON
COLLEGE IS HERE TO
WIND UP MATTERS
TO START SOON
Hopes to Get Routs Working by
February IO-Meeting Prob
ably Next Saturday.
D. W. Watkins, dairy-agent at Clem
son College, ls In the city .today tor
the purpose ot getting mattera shaped
up for the establishment of the cream
route out of Anderson, which he hopes
to pu* mtp worKivi.g order i>? Kebi-ftary
10. Mr. Watkins arrived in Anderson
Friday and spent toe day making in
vestigations in around the city with
reference to the possible supply ot
cream that could be had from a route
established out of Anderson, and re
ports that already he has been prom
ised cream from at least 100 cowa
Ad generally known, cream la col
lected on these routes-several ot
wnica have been established in thc
Piedmont section-and shipped to
Clemson College, where lt is manu
factured into butter ot the very high
est grade, and which sells from 10 to
16 cents more per pound on the mar
ket than butter made in the ordinary
manner. Farmers who have cows pro
ducing cream on too small a scale for
them to go lato the creamery Indus
try themselves find a ready market for
.ll the cream by means of this route.
Eventually it may be profitable to es
tablish a creamery route at Anderson.
It ia possible that Mr. Watkins wilt
call a meeting of all farmers who have
promised to supply cream for this
route to be held next Saturday at the
chamber of commerce, when Ute mat?
ter of selecting the route' will be taken
up. It Is probable thr-t representatives
of cream separator manufacturing
concerns will be on hand at this meet
ing for the purpose of quoting the far
mora prices on cream separators. An
other matter which wll be taken up at
this meeting will be that of deciding
upon . location for the recelvir.r sta
tion in Anderson for the cream which
is to be collected from this route.
ITAFT rOXCXlTOEs HIS LEOTt'EKS
(CONTINUED PROM PAGE ONl?>
K^rr"- - ?
may properly place upon the sanity
.nd clear perceptions of the people
in avoiding Its baneful effects when
there is real danger.
- rhe constitution does give the pres
ident wide discration and great power,
.nd it ought to do so. It cells from
bim activity and energy ter see that
within hts proper schere he does whet
his great responsibilities and oppor
tunities require. He IS no figurehead, j
and it ls entirely proper that an en
ergetic ?nd active and clear-sighted
?copie, who when they have work to
do wish it don? wall, should be will
ina to rely upon their Judgment In
selecting their chief agent, and hav
ing selected him should entrust to him
ail the power needed to carry out their
governmental purpose, great ns it may
f When ssked for his opinion of Pres
ident Wilson's veto of the immigra
tion bill. Former President Taft de
clined to make any formal statement,
but expressed hi? delight at the presi
dent'? action. "I do not approve of
th? literacy teat," he declared firmly,
"and hop? that coners?? will i-M pas?
th? measure over Wilson's veto."
you carit get
than the famous
Our Price Is Still
Why Pay More ?
X am th? man to ax your teeth
ao you can eat the pie that I put
In the Piedmont Belt.
! make pintea at $6.50
Sartvt rttlinay, cOc and uss.
Gold filling* $1.00 ?nd tm
Puntes* Brtsnc^ng 4Cfc.
I make a specialty ot treating
Pyorrhea. Alveolar!? ot thc ajuma
and all crown and bridge work
end regulating mal formed teeth.
All work guaranteed ftrst-claes.
s. a BRUCE
SAYRE * BALDWIN *
* ARCHITECTS *
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I Raliegh, N.C. .
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