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Orleans Talk. Assurance for Indus.
trial DIevelopment of Soulth (G iven,.
To Saillor Par Inam Today.
New Grlean;, Nov. 1S.-llain living
and square dealing were invoked by
President-elect liarlding in a speech
here today, as .the nation's strongest
reliances during the coming period of
after war readjustment. "Sanity, cleat
thinking, common sense, honesty and
Co-OIieration" were amiong tie qualities
he named as prime necessities in meet.
ing the demands of tihe new world
order, and he declared material in
terests and national happiness both
would benefit if the United States be
came "a simple living people once
Whatever discouragetnents and re
verses there have been, ie declared,
would be only tenoprary in character.
lie predicted that a "confident Amer
ica" would solve its new problems'on
the simple basis of the old time vir
tues and iwould come through the re
construction 1perkod stronger and More
dependable than ever before.
Senator Harding's speech, delivered
at a luncheon of the New Orleans As
sociation of Commerce also contained
q message of assurance for the in
dustrial developmient of the South and
an expression of hope that the ties of
commercial co-operation with Latin
America would be strengthened by ev
cry possible mean11s.
The address was a part of a five
Itour visit to New Orleatis by tite pres
idlent-elect, who camne from his va(a
tion in Texas to take ship for a vo3 age
to the Panama canal zone.
lie said, in part:
"I believe the American peolIe have
come to realize that we must face
momentous iroblems, and must face
them with resolute courage and prac
tical wisdom aid patriotic determina
tion.. There must be no reason for
pa'use or excuse for despair nor place
for pessimism. If we are effective in
solvinug our problems at home we shall
be the better able to help solve those
of tite -world as befits outr part in
"Tle big thing for all America to
realize now and always Is the dignity
of productive labor. No mnatter how
humtnble, the producers are the makers
of the ULeai t, uA ciiiZalu an11d 1we
must, each and all of us ,accept and
discharge our duty of producing for
the world or of ministering to the
ieeds of comfort or progress of man
"'There are certain funudamentals
which are everlasting. Neither our ownII
nor the world's salvation is to I,
worked out througlt any patelt no.,;
truin,. throughI aniy inrceofstt -
tman;iltip, through any govIrnmteni
italneen. Governimen1t I. btit th(
agent1'%' to admointister ith( vollective or
gantizedt pl~ic servite. 'lTe g reati
the task is thtat of the Atmerican peo
le themtselves. It is for thtett, utndle
go~tVernmenital leadetshtip to metet th
"Ourts ate mtilions of broadt aetre:
touc. W tuvt an emir~e andi mtl
iin tmr ate waitin",; rejamnationi
- We h:ivi tiot -half tevealedl outr mttnt;
edurlt.>n W \ ate fre' int teligiotinam
u't 'O stay fit; ati tmtan 'virt
be frot it irs tei spiri, Wte inavI
e OthanC th I beooInnike t i see it n
i : n reliiaion wott iiken toatr
cai d Sootitlyahd withaet mpor
fortune ad gmeham E~rneftolwid
tn t'outg it , wet i agcinI to ne anU na(
Thtlt ie Neu Soutlan lt
\,er havet pblet.li anudt
taw mauth fria or tof .wanm at
*~ntocatIts nfwantsritb ntwtin dr
* velotttent.i wulda'l 'lkerte i ne
inalizain. It No'tl becaue oia
claim ae glory wllnd wi udde vcot
fortue and gaterttt oelfat
wotult li tofee tatauth andrt atarr
wsithtt inutry w11 ithca traepotao In
(eter-rongate prolne hi ltand<
raw3' ttI matile ogttsb to mauatu
andl tote gits ftories by mipnaale
Jaouy i tte Nrthieetat b east yo
rter at glo wi'l bengrmnusico
"itr wet re'ada andNh ti one f en
reapth gteways of ttLeati--Aeritc
ome hwe I el tat the westhavehe
ishee is ounseca Ield of inafl
enceand rade Comerc mars t
highways of~AA fiendshi aswl sr
les in policies and practices. We must
buy as well as sell to be sure, but we
necd the expanding trade policy, its
epleient agents in salesmen and cred
its and the simple, practical under
standing that commerce - is the life
b!ood of materal existence. Our great
assurance at home lies in a virile. In
telligent, resolute ) people in a land tin
ravaged by war, at enmity 1with no
teople, envying none, coveting noth
lig, seeking no territory, striving for
o glories which do not become a right
colt-s naton. This republe can not, will
not fail, if each of uim does his part. If
we bit work and use thriftily and seek
tlr-t understanding which reveals mul1
tuality of Interest no dificulties can
lonI abide. Such a solution can not
come out of the greedy thoughts of the
proliteer or the revolutionary agita
tion of those who would destroy. These
are but surface disturbances. We
choose the deep and ever onward cur
rents of normal America for the course
or tile republic.
"There has been a 'wild conitemi)la
tion of earnings whether in wages or
dividends, in terms of dollars rather
than In terms of purchasing power.
WAe must be more concerned with the
substance of reward for activity in
this coin measurement. And our con
cern must be Iin a dependable pros
perity which is righteously shared.
"No law can alter nature or change
Ier varying moods. We have not yet
learned to combat destructive weather
and the law of supply and demand is
eternal. lut we may soften their rig
ors an(d minimize their penaltios. We
Want fortune a comm11on110 possession in
America. We want the cotton grower
of the south to have his becoming re
ward with the wool grower and the
wheat firamer' of the north. We Want
soulhetr. fI.io to be tune11 id to tile
1n115ie of the Illills of tile norti, We
want your ports to send their cargoes
uMier the American flag to bear 'thi.
message of !peace and good will to all
marts of the earth. There is no sce
tionml 1im ill righteoolS American amhi.
ii)tn.'. It is the: wonoerfat and incon
parable lTnited States of America
which sets our hearts aglow with be
coming aspirations and patriotic love
- -1w America of the constitutiotN, fr9
.11 A.1011'I'Y COTTON
MILLS ARE IDLE
Around Clarlotte are Closed Down
ThoNe in Operation unning-l Part.
Cha lotte, N. C., Nov. I.---An
ntoutncellelt today of the c.o. ing down
of the (Chadwick-'lloskins chain of cot
tol mill, four at Charlotte and one at
Martinsville, Va., the biggest chain of
11111iS ilt, this stctiont, was followed by
the iisciosur te of in format iol that the
gre'at m1::.jority of the liltnzdreds of lox
tile lills in this section are idle, while
those in operation at' rnttniing on palt
- ' ith the, sittiationi Ihat at least 75
lptr ('ent of the mills of Gaton~ andt
.\leclunburg ('ounlties. are tirely idle,
proxj iately 10,000t sindles inl (as
M \ost of the ml is av been oper~at.
SIthe lst few days mlait of I tem
>iLack of 0! th-r' for thle timamifact'.:--I
jroduct b; it n :s the r.:iwon for~ the
I TeI Iril of~ the lh;:t haisoatd
t - - ---i.--f'---:-a -h.s, a. lar
- pr Ao I'L whm n"ow' ar idle.Th
-te es. es of tdi rinb iver-in
- t ol. s I numbrI is nlstor awitt an11
y1 I .au1n Testimony lean l'len bakeIii
'im n11; ''he best est'iof ruth, or idr
ity tao bLren stor et had a severa year
'tst of wame hac i acltory wtith a poinIt
wh500) Vh wil tont pikusftriht home ~ stt
e~pa nnytll a l ueI le ttli of n
naey troube which I hae toverae yr
self in order' to st'aighttent. My kid(
-. ieys dlidnt't act right and( the 5Cetre
me t ions Wvere scant ty andmc Iturning in pass
a. go. I had vetigo and dizzy spellIs itnl
wotulti neairly topple over whten wvalk
in~g alontg the street. I sutff'ered off am11
on~ for about nix monthts in this way
te I littalIly read( abtout 1)011an's lKidne:
.. ills andr got a supp~ily at -)r'. 13. 1'
Postey's Drtug Store. I felt better' afte
taking Ithe flirst box, and twvo boxes en
1s tImely CUrted me, I hlave reCcommendttl
r~e dl Itis miedlleitne to otheris.'' (State
Ot .\larlchl 26', 1918. m'.r. rantks said1(
"i am glad to rCcommendtt D~oanl's id o
~ noy Pills again. I have great faith I1
lthem. lDoanm's (lid mn -a lot of goodi sov
crl years ago and - ihalven't htatd to us
ea kidney t'omedy since."
60c, at all dealers. Foster-Milbuj
"i Con Mfes. Tiuffnl, N. V.
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Their Medicine Chest For 20 Years
3 ? and does more than any laxative oni the
T is characteristic of uarket today. The thousands of lottern
Ifolks after they pass the allotted from users have convinced meo i was right,
"three score years and ten," to look and that the user of Hature's Remedy as a
back over the days that are gone family medicine, even though ho may have
and thoughtfully live the ver. used it for twenty-giov years, never has
I find myself, at seventy-one, frequently to inorease the done.
drifting back a arter of a century, when y knowlodge of medicine and the re
I see myself in th little drug store I owned suits of its use in my own family and
at Bel ivar, io, making andi telling a amenj my friends, before I ever offered it
vegetable compound to in friends and for nal e, caused mie to have groat faith in
customers-what was then enown only as Hatres Remedy from the very UrA.
Dr. Lewis' edicino for Stomach, Liver
and Bwel Cmplait.. hun I must bow to the inevitable and go
F or many years while I was perfecting my to another life, mny greatest pleasure is to
formula I studied and investigated the sit each day and road the letters that each
laxatives and cathartics on the market and mail bri,%V from people as old or older
became convinced that their main fault than 1, who tell of having used Webs
was not that they did not act on the bowels Remedy for ten, Ofteen and twenty years
but that their action was too violent and and how they and thei children and
drastic, and upset the system of the uner; granadchildren have been lienefitted by it.
which was duo to thIe fact that they were I Isa consoling thought, my friends for
not t*orough enoughin their aetion, some
simply acting on the up per or small lutes- amnatiygeofelhtasd ra
tines, while others would act only on the i own success, one has done something
lower or large intestines, and thiat they for his fellow man. NTgreatest satisfac
almost invariably roduced a habit re-greatest I laes toda7, is the
quiring augmented doses. knorledge that tng ore an one
quiria augmnted osesmillion people will take a Khsmtes Reed
I believed that a preparation to produce (MR Tablet) and will be better, healthier"
the best effeet must iret tone the liver, happierpeople for it. I hope yo wili
then act on the stomach and entire alimen- be one them.
tar sste. t tiswas acoomplished, the
medcn -o ewould hiroduo a mild but
thorough eliminatioa of the waste without 4
the usual sickening sensations, and make
the user feel better at once.
Afler experimenting with hundreds of
different compounds, I At last perfeted the A H. LEW16 MEDIOINE 00.,
formula that is now known3 an Natues
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