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NEC. DAVIS PAYS TIIBUTE
TO AMEICAN 1411011
Deelares It lias .lade reat( Strides
DInritr Past Year.
.\oo i art. IlI:.. Sept. I.--Aimeri
can labo, has mttale great strides inl
the at yar. secretary mIvis of the
Labor Ikpartme declared today inl
aa labot Day address. In spite of tt
miploymtent .> (dtclared, it has fought
oitl at"I i t decrease Wage lev
els set up u ithe wict, and safe
ly palssed ;t -,v r -, risi.s. Working mell
".grown i u to e to !"frs nlf
io! ast I h'1fre, he added. wil
liow find th- at ,ese'rv le I thl'olighout
''llsitt( tij essure, of a1 trenteni
tols m!S of unetluployd, despite tht
efforts of a ; w reactionary emlploy
(rs who 44..ishly sought to take ad
vamag ;'i :'e distress of labor and
the na!ion. laive' kept the general
level of wli t,h declared.
"I alat sale ill saying tlie averahige
ComIipetNsatiio 4f the mant wh'o toils to
da v is withi a few per (eItt o what
it was :1 y.-ar ago, and( sotie have re
eiliv. a tase.
Tday ' te have some tmen in inl
(st )y w o ph'otest with lnoisv vir
tie that I: y favort Iigh wages and
that I t v !a high wages. A little
inuiry into the tse deceptive a'reages
however. soon reveals that the high
wa::es ( 'aid to specialized work
ers. so-cal I Ixit-rts, who work with
plat and map. TIis appeals to me not
it all, !4 awse they as a (lass ar.e
al to :)Ie , ro themliselve' s. I am
for a .savIng wage for tfte man\ who
wvokis wi' h his hanlds, the 1an 11(ho ilt
the words o(f the scriptuire 'earns hlls
bread 'it ih" sweat ot hi s face,' thie
man wai s ;,ns a1 hamm111er or. a pick."
Coniti.11atiotn of ligh;l wage levels,
6l'. Davis Wodited, would briig pros
etrity iti I'n1ited States. hwecalse it
Would incr< a1ge thei nationl's consum111
ineu p(-ns ,,. The"kre have beenl induistrial
cotlicts, ht said, refertri n to th ]
mines, I . and textite strilks, which
Ilave mefbant "inalculable loss" andtti
loss that ''will reach every tttat, wo
mant, and Iild itt Amwrica."
Snaxespeare mating in iotJJ.
As t te trok tigue Is made famous
andl elltient by Itomer. lIeslod, Eurip
Ides. Aebiylis, Soplocles, Pindarus,
'ho'yli(s :1tnd Arlstoplhans; and the
Latin tongue by Virgil, Ovid, Hlorace,
Silius. 1tali(us. I Lucaius, LI'cret Is,
Ausonits and Claudinus, so the Eng
lish tofngiue! is mightily invested Ii
Iakre (o'rtnatlsnl aniid resplendent hia
hillments by Sit Philip Sidney, Spen
ser, Daniel, Drayton, Warner, Shake.
speare, Marlowe and Chapmian.-Fran
cis 'Meres, in Palladti Tamia.
First in del
for the commo:
and fought con
Was the ca
centage of vote
I will a~
the best inlt<
* IIIS(KORY T.AVElRN NEWS *
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I lefkory Tav'ern, Sept. 5.-The farm
ers through this section are very busy
iathering (heir fodder.
A Iice raini would help the gardels
-.lr. Dlorroh 1olt, of Bielton, spent
a few nights last week with Mlr. J. M.
Miss -\ittle Williams, a teacher at
\'aneluse, is spending a few days with
her ister, 'Mrs. Harley Abercrombie.
Mr. J. (. Sunterel, who is 'with the
telepholle companiy now working at
1,ake, Waccaiman, N. C., spent the week
end with his homefolks and friends.
.\lrs. 'Nettles and children, of Laake
ity, spent Friday night with her sis
telr; \i's. WI. Abercrlollbie.
Nir. I. .l. Wlolt and family attenlded
ithe I lackstone reiIii Ion at Piedmont
Sat urday, Sept. 2. the annual com
muon ity lienic was held at the home of
.Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Somerel with about
thra e lundred being present. By 113I)
al had arrived. At 11:50 our good
friend and physielan, Dr. H-. B. Stew
a, made a splendid talk that was
enjoyed by youlg and old. If we will
only heer, Iiis talk will help us all.
After his talk was over all were in
vited down to tle spring where a houn
Itiful table was spread with all kinds
of good things to eat. After dinner
tle crowd all retired to house and
spen it Ihe evening making music and
ilscussing everything im agina)lq.
Next year the first Saturday i Sep
tember there will he another of these
Otit-of-tlie-commun1( ity guetss wer'e
Victor -Weathers and family, of Lau
rens; ILary Armstroia and family. of
Pointtaini Inn; lIroadus Bolt and sis
ter, of (GreenvillI; A. T., Knight and
famnily, Poontain Inn; and many oth
! el's in cludiing our good friend and
teacher, Miss .1aggIe J. Becks, of Ware
Shoals, who gave us two yea's of hard
work in Ihe ;hool' room. Numbered
among the guests we were all glad to
see and have her.I inl our mlidst againl.
We were s1rry inleed to know that
she was leaving the (bointy to teach
this winter in Washington, N. C.
Correcting a Saddle Nose.
For the correction of saddle noso
and tip Irregularities Lewis makes an
Inclsion on the under surface of the
tip of the nose parallel with the long
axis or the nostrils, converting the nas
al tip Into a hood. The imphlnt or
tranlsplilt used to straighten the nose
Is inserted Into this pocket.New
s Record and F
Fense of the rural po
dl the educational ri
ai schools of Laurena
a definite platform
mndidate for represe
is at his home box.
ppreciate your ~
trests of Laurell
P- B E
CLIMATE OF SOUTIH
NOT TO BE EATEN
Col Needed 14o heep 3Mills (of Stalte
ngSenator D111 Helleves.
Washington, Sept. L.--"Yes, we have
a finle climate but we canl't vat It."
This was the reply of Senator Dial
today to government officials when
they told him that because of the mildl
eqtuable climate prevailing in t he
'South the people there did not neced
s-o much coal. Senator Dial replied as
above and further Informed those now
attemipting to remtedy the situation
that climate would not run cotton and
oil mlills and provide food anld Cloth
ing- for the laoring man and his fam
ily throughi the winter montins.
" it is almost Impossible to believe,''
S.4enator Dial saidl, "that so many of
our happy, contentedI mill people and
other worker.; are apparently soon to
be out of work inl thle South because
no0 coal canl be had to keep enterprises
going. I have donle anld will Continue
to do everything that human ingenu
ity canl Suggest and1( will lot nothingm
hinder me from my purpose.
"I know that the hieads of the dif
ferenit mil11s have beenl doing all1 they
could to keep their coeerations from
stopping. 1 h1ave consistently advised
them to demand dleliveries of their
coal according to their contracts. This
is, but fair- andi honest and the only
real way to prevent further closing of
mills and keeping working people
froml h111unger and want.
"I b~elieve the big steam and water
!ower planlts inl Alabama canl fuirnish
us considerable power to run some of
nur concerns a~s they hlave done hiere
dli11 e ad 14 ~P wnt into tl
a~ott thea begainneinge of
afore lte bat e pr'etincip
n~ttat)imtewh re ivted
ottet intrei' the sitto
il thoutentyr ifo elec.
It is ,ms imasil toJe ve
fore and I an now working on this q
d of the matter in the hope of pre
cnting, if possible, more mills from
Much Harm Done oy Smoke.
It Illy soumd ain extreme statement,A
lit there is relasonh to think that a
mokeless atmosphere would do more
o rid us of our diseases than any oth
r cobotivable ieans of prevention.
Ve should In suimer have at daily
lushing o' our streets and houses with
ho great Oh!NewptLe, and even iI win
er the unfiltered rays would "keep
lowin the vermhin" which threaten us.
Ve cannot make our wites warmner
hall they are, but we can most em
>latically secure the services of "na
tire's gaikeeper" to prevent the an
111111 overgrowthii of bacterial pests.
"Soine people gits to klekin' foh one
hing or 'niuther." sa1ii6 Uncle Ehen,
tlhoo force of ibit. Fame as i parrot
loll' Say lli1' hilt 'Polly wanOts It
Not So Bad as it Could Be.
The car of .Iuggernaut wasn't as bad
s It mnight have been. inasmucl as
I rrled 11111l11 c t-oit to add .n
lilt to injury.-Loulisville Courier
We wish to a
that we have
tion next to I
We will be p
our new oC
work and sul
rd Seat in
ras assailed on
e field to fight
the largest per
id primary and
Ldvise our friends
moved from our
he Express office
g opposite the poi
leased toserve ou
:ation in all kini
of the Fair I
OUTIilFNE OF PL~ATFOI
1. That the education of
rogardless of present conditioi
will insur~e a bettor condition <
2. The extension of our
a nine (9) emonths school and e
a period of at least six (6) mor
ciualify by complying with 0tati
3. To put our country sci
the same rating as the gradet
(Uniform text book law.)
4. AdditIonal statte aid for
lags in impoverished communi
5. That the State float
buildings of .her educational, c
6. Referendum as to the i
7. That our system of irO
sistent with our ability to pay
8. Sufficient appropriation
and ample funds for Supervisei
roads, always keeping same in
9. Bi--ennial sessions of 11
members consistent with the r
10. That the burden of ta
and eqiuitably distributed 'upboa
prop)erty, and homes of the pe
11. That we practice the
penditures as we are how comn
12. That all useless ofllcei
if -possible to merge our 'State C
on things of importance to the
13. A PUBIJIC MIDUNNON4
l[Ell[EGATION -JUST 'DEFORE
ASSEMI1[Y TO 'DE0TEfIbMINE~
1i3AOH OFF~iOE ANID TO EN'IJI
VONDITION OF TH-E~ 00UN'IB
ens, S. C.
to the Dial
r customers at
Is of electrical
~I FOl LEGISLATURE 19~22
sur boys5 andl girlis should continue
is and for any appropriation that
>f our! Common schopis.
)resent state aid lawv to guarantee,
xtendi our ecompulsory lAa to cover
Vths. ('Provided school districts can
'iools on the same basis and enjoy
I sichools or high schpois in town.
the erection of pubiic school build
permanent improvement bonds for
haritable and penai institutions,
ssuing iof any bonds for road build
ad improvement be continued con
to maintain our cpresent highways
'to keel) OUr chain gang on country
good state of repair.
jegislaturo and cutting salaries ,of
edluced cost of iving.
xation be lifted from the producer
all classes. The minimum on real
opie and the maximum on luxuries
amne rigid economy .in our State ex
)eiled to practice With our personal
and 'commissions b)e abol-ished, and
fficials into a IWelfare Board to pass
YF AfL COUJNTY OFFICIAIjg .WU'IYH
'11H E CONVENIING OYF. GENJIRAL
AI1PROPRIATIONS NEIDD7JD FOR
lWHTEN ENlO0BIE AS TO THE TRUIlD
If to work 'for'