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loins ,ili' li.nil'i I In iMhlii Hi , mini t niiiii: -ii long iih In'
arc tin' mole mv tm Hi" Hiii'1 VN1" iilnin'l have I" Kill ItliiiHi'liI lulu think
inn nli' tlii'lii I nil- In- Ik
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how hi niiiKi- innlilK in .hi almost lint on i.m'l ii'll, l Hi" notches
1 iiinfllti'iii nt.irl.i-l will u'lniiminl big ! on his tendi'i. how mii l'fm mi
nkw' wi.M. ami m.KiJ .-UHJ.Mi:! I"I,','U"'
I Men i-Kt imlil Im w IiiiI Ilit'S know,
Congicssmati llii'in.m, m .Mlthlgaii
ha lt Invil ii si heme wheteby In:
intlti'i limn fnt what Uhv ii" A safe
hiinnd I., l.lli.i li... ...imlll In 11 i 111 11
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jjud boei burls lor llii- sake of the
tolillulR iml Unit the noldlcrs might ,
havo llm win" mid beer to uriiu
but that llu-y mlalit (unfit ly lh lax
brought In (ruin tliu sale of wlnv nd
i-ii'tl ci'til In tills lilll 'To npptilnc
J til To knnwlMK liow, 1 2 J 0 "
JlRikVi-rt IHhASC $2,000,000..
Otin orth nf Muff n i'.ir, thrown
nu'n liv AmnrlrnnH. wi mn tnlil liy
boer for conKiiinillim In Ihi- irlvlo , WnMr Trn(, jrnni
homo. Tim unh.-iKi- Inrlmlrn 2!IO,000 tons
lie him fortlfliil liltnn-ll In nil-lnf I.iiibx ntul Son.OOO tun, of nuto
vanco Nlth the fliil ilcclamtlon that ' tnoMli- tlrox, Inm-r IiiIh-h nml other
hii piojrrt wonlil not mi'un a tu-1 Junk rnhhrr
turn of tho saloon. Im-cbiu oorj-l 1'lfly thoilR.inil proplc nrp kept
body rocoKDltiK ihnl iih u InHItu- hn-y picking up what wc throw
lion at the pant. "wnv '','', '" s',1nKn nm '"'Ihb '
Mr. UiiMin.it MimlU tiiitliotuu ihu ,".r'n "-,cn- ...,.
, . 'I hero In mi olil nnlnc. "huropo
sale bor una uiuu lur bimiu tun- p(1( m wIia, Amcr,p(l tnroWH
umptJon under a lux which would ;U ,,
bo upplled to the bonub luw for th0)' w: nro a wnB,f,i ,i0plc, because
x-iorvlco meu. lie would huu tho . normnlly wo nre the tnoal prnsper-
Mrvlco moil benefit iroin the roe- ,, t(,p world.
oue upon which tho bootloKKt-rs have
been waxing fnl, and ho is veoklni;
tho support of the Amurienn Legion
In hit cnlcrpriKo.
Ho Is Hiiru to encounter opposi
tion from iuobi of the clnitilus and
from tho unti-Biiloon leugia-, nud ho
tar the Ameiii;an l.i'Klon Ii.ih nut
endorsed tho plan. Hut Hit- fact
that bucIi a meuMiro li- bcitiK pro
posed and aerloui'ly iIKiU'-mmI hhows
that tho pluclnc of tblf country on n
wlno and beer Ii.isIh Ih .i prnpopltjon
that In ill o to have increase it UKti
tlon hna cnfnrcenirnt proMrinR be
como inoro difficult
iintoHt h.is killed.
Tin- we.ithi't IH Kooii "lli-nci- the
priit,i-l iiKiiln-J tin- in-vallliiK illei
In lnitliltiC Kill!')
And li wnn't be Irniii mull eiy
tti'wapnpnr in Hie lOutihy will lie ad
MhIiik you I" ilo .Mint t'htlMtunR
V. It. 1 1. 1 wood tuny not como
hatk In thin coiintr.i, after all. His
wife did not die nml li-iiMi him a for
tune ;m ban hei'ii leporleil.
Tin- world iloea move, Villa nn-nnimci-s
that hbt followoni have re
volted and he akn the Mexican rov-i-ruinunt
for protection nimlnM them.
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W'p urn not i;nlnE to have that
business revival, aa.Vf tho Columbia
Ki-coril, until HonielliinK or somebody
ib-am off the mourners' bench.
uti'i mil lb.- pot of koIiI," ioiil l.i bl- honor, nllliiR fr hie iih-
mil implenii-nlK of the tnbl". At lant
Wlllliiin .li-iinlims Itr.viin nml Warren
llmuiilli'l llmilltiK have HiiinetiiinR
Uiiuli whli h they nliniililtely iiKroe.
SllM'l Ik V, I I'lllllllill f"i hiilli of
i i .11. I tho b.ib Ivy bi'ciiiiii'
hIio i i I'-'l niii'iii'i 'he lioiK"
t 1' III HATH
i Uii- tlio ii-llovv I h.iw von
Willi Mti'lllll Hi'' mi" .von
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ill i mi I i not 'I bis in niv
tlulit to bi-Klii at the
li Mm ilnn't 'lop tlii'l" oh
nun i' mn- enii ask
wiitlli of j-umi'lbllm vthoul
iKti'ldeli-d n hlltuoil!t,
'blnu I' h.inli-r on u man's n-pu-l
linn Ivmi women, miiKli-s,
id i 1 Ih-k von p.iulon, sli '
Your i beck tlm-ni'l Include anytlilliK
tin the waiter
iil.l Man (lilmm -Well, why
Khniil'l II" 1 illiitVt eat one, did I? .
tiii'n thi:iu. :.UA nr.cAMi:.
b:nh-s of nlpllt
man wi- ii-lii"
nt hi' lf''
' .lobn, shall
(low n to ee
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ii li.iln oil' 'lav wan a
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Somi 'In' 'aid to hint
I In tin: tho children
I'lie mn n bioli-d nKtiinl'lieil and
snld, '-oii oiinlil lo be ii'liiinieil nf
vnuisilf suKpenlliiK 'neb n IhlUK."
Thai's JUM like nu," die reinon-'tinii-il,
Yon ni'Vei did wnttt the
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1(iiiiiiiiiii in .iijii iin-iii-'ii..
Yon uin'l It'll the sire of n ear
1 1 the IouiIiichs of Itp hull)
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The free trader also believe in
flee spreih (Hid ptatlleo it
"'" '"'' Iho Dura,,, w '
NewH for Orlolmr n. ..:?MI
The Durant UClal,.,N' A, ,' ;
announced a plan f ., . "c'"l
road faies lo out of ,, '
to li to mimulau l.u.h,,'
liiel'l-nlally, was n ,, w , -IA
linw. " ul IBIS
AectinlltiK to the ruuiiti .k. ,
lelident c. 1. VV..I.. i.""5 ,uMb
' ""'i), lucre ur. ,.
"00 children in the J, ..". '
r.illlilv "' l III
r.iiiun had hit tho top. Tho ,t.
had Jumped up in U)m Jar tlZ
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Tho corporation conitiMoa wu
regulating ulnnlnR prices. ihn ,
An onlcr fixed tho price at fit cnte
per 100 pounds and l jor b "
Look in tho R.irbaRO can or around
the back lot for proof of our own
VOTKS AND AMMONY
There ale pennlUci. :if well as
privllecea attached to tin- ballot A
man In Minnesota Is snlnn ii- wife
for support and nllmnnv It is the
first time the isue Iiik been laiscd!
In that state. The Jink-, u tbliik-j
inR It over.
In KnclKb anil AiiierKan l.i. all-1
mony Is laklnp to niTan pa.Miient by
the husband to the wife on tho as
sumption thai the Ini'liard ! the
Hut it does happen tb.it a woman
tiled of a man lor an one of a wide
variety of ummiiis, i- willing to pav
him to tako hiuiM'lf ml 'I In price
of tho blosicd lelief ma muiio highly
but sho feels that to be ritl of the
worthless fellow lb wmih the price.
It is not clear to tin l,i muni why
a woman, because slit votes, has
equal rights ami is :, t iti7en, is bound
to assume the ohimalinti'. of a lueail
winner for her hii'-h.iiil The lay
mind has nut been an to-tnmcd to
tho woman beini; all tin si tilings.
Tlio decision ot tin Minnesota
Judge may shed lmht on the problem.
There arc innumerable mistakes
that peoplo can and do make in life
A writer in a current mai;aine en
umerates twelve mistakes which he
says aro most common, but which
may easily bo avoided. They are:
.1. To attempt to set up our own
standard of right and wrong.
2. To try to masuie the enjoyment
of others by our own.
3. To expect uniformity of opinion
In this world.
4. To fail to make allowance for
6. To endeavor to mold all dispo
6. Not to yield in unimpoitnnt tri
fles. 7. To look for perfection in our
8. To worry ourselves and others
about what cannot be remedied.
9. To consider a thing impossible
which wo ourselves cannot, perform.
10. Falling to help others when
ever, however, and wherever wo can.
11. To bolleve only what our
minds can grasp.
12. Not to make allowance tor the
weakness ot others.
There are many other mistakes
that we can make, ot course, but if
we try to keep from these twelve In
Itparcular wo will be headed In the
right direction. And in striving to
void these twolve we will no doubt
avoid many others.
AS TO BALD HEADS
The statement is going the rounds
of the press that some scientist has
said that baldness is caused by un
due work, but we don't take much
stock in it. If any scientist, made
such a Btatemont he probably is not
in good standing with the Scientists'
Baldness is caused by a disease ot
the scalp or the blood rather than
by fatJguo or strain of tho brain.
Some of our heaviest thlukers have
well thatched heads.
But tho statement suggests this
woNiimirn.? if tiiui:
Novt comes John Adams, of Kln
ston, V '' , with tho solum state
ment that a rabbit whipped a hound
lieloni:liiK lo him the other day, and
he explains It by saying that the
rabbit had been pasturing around
a mnotish.no still all summer
All of us lememher the story
about the i. it that filled up pretty
liberally with the contents of n spill
ed bottle and then came out to
ask what hail become of that "damn
Now rabbits have gone to whip
ping hound 'Iocs, not to say kicking
All wti've got to ay is that they
must have fearful and wonderful
hootch at Kinstnn. N. C, If fills
story Is true.
There were Just four builniM
flrmB advertising In that laut
years bro, who aro now In Imilnta
In Durant, and they wr. tw
State Bank, Durant Morcantllt Cost
Thete Is a man around on tho next
block who eats onions uvoty day, and
seems to be enjo.vllig tho best ot
health but is not very popular.
THE OFFICE CAT a
Iteiiiililbau bailers are beginning
to iealie that to the victor belongs l'd K'rl Is by
for a man's arteries,
hut it is rough on his
iiill Spiv ens says all
any modern cook needs is a can open
Money talks, hut there would not.
be .so many financial scandals It it
stutteieil moie, opines, Illll Spivens.
You can never tell how sophlstl-
tho cut of her
' Psalms HI: LI 1
1 lie Unit dwelletli In the secret
were fnUIng, place of the most hlfih ahnll abide
im, I.. i i he diuiilow nf the ntmlRhty.
,n auto sped through tho city1 I will say of the Lord, he-is my pany. Tho Enterprise Grocery ut
refugo and my fortress; my wou; in'i -' " -omp7.
him will 1 trust.
Surely he ahall deliver thee from' Durant's total tax levy that jnt
the minio of Iho fowler, and from n ' on cacn xiun of
the noisome pestilence. valuation. InschooldlttrlctNo.il
He shall cover thee with his tho total levy was only 82 cnti
feathers, and under his wings shnlt Per xiuu.
thou trust: his truth shall bo thy'
shield and buckler. ( Cat Hogcrs, pioneer aviator fltr
Thou shalt not bo afraid for thoivcr uurant in a flight from ion
terror by night; for tho arrow that where In tho cast to tho Quit. fot
flleth by day. . 0I no lolKB noro men saw thdr
Nor for the pestilence that walk- first airplane. Ho came to etrtl
ell! in darkness; nor for the destrue-, south of town, and nearly the whofe
lion that uastoth at noon day. population wont out to see bit plant
A thousand shall fall at thy side, i
nnd ten thousand at thy right hand; Henry Blsner, 19-year old ion of
but It shall not como nigh thee. Win. Rlsnor of Rennlngton, wa a.
Only with thine eyes shnlt thou cldentally Killed while on a 'ponw
behold and soo tho reward of the1 hunt.
v Icked. I
Because thou hath made tho Tho Durant National Bank
Lord, which is my refuge, oven tho i high bidder tor an Issue of tlO.ttt
most high, thy habitation. . Durant City bridge bonds, parli
Thcro shall no evil befall thee, a premium or 317 for them,
neither shall any plague come nigh I
thy dwelling. I Bryan County's cotton crop to
Down In Atlantic City, the other For he shall give his angels estimated at 40,000 bales by Tm
ilav President Harding refused to eat i barge over thee, to keep thee in all Benson, governental agricultural
with a special solid gold sorvico dug thy ways. t statistician for the county.
lights of the city
So they use (he light of their own
Moonshine, v., C.
iiotht-r sight wo like to sec is
a t hntiffer In a tilg uniform messing
w lli a tire on a dusty road.
v. tempest in a teapot is a mere
7i i hyr compared to tho tornado in
n bottle of moonshine, says Bill
Our Idea of a model wife Is the
one who allows her husband to run
an automobile In his own way.
We've never seen Cupid hanging
around one of those church courting
Haitlc may bo good ' l'.rloni which some preachers aro in
1. Illll Ul.
Sumo of thoso still
make a terrific rncket.
Sim e the deflating of tho curren
cy began we can all soo that much
of the boasted prosperity of a year
oi M ago was simply hot air.
gown. I hat s why sumo men are In
continual hot water.
as si:i:n in the moonshine
Homy went out to set! his friend
in the mutiny. Tho conversation
turning to ciops, he askod: "Hunt
Still another definition of an optl- how much you think your corn villi
mist, says the Hnaiioko Times, Is a yield.'
man who can see the bright sldo of
the other fellow's misfortunes.
I'lingri'shwoman Alice Robertson,
of Oklahoma, savs tho men members
of Omgroi-1 talk too much. And
there vim are
Well' answoied his friend, "I'm
figuriu' on somcthin' llko twenty
gallons to the acre."
Till: MARCH OF PROGRESS
Ned- "Do you lememher the old
joko about tho rural gent coining
to town and blowing out the gas.
vi hen he wont to bed tired?"
Ted -"Sure thing, and now he
The tie. sui depaitmeul nntioun
it's that tbeie will ho no mine loans
to the f Icii nations Well, thai s-'i'P1 on the gas, and tho blowouts
Is some comfort. late in the wheels that aro tired" '
"Never kill a girl on tho impulse' A siKn pitted up in a Wisconsin
of the moment," says an exchange. -.iw mill; leads: "The saws ate run
('eitiilnly not. She prefers to bo'u'uK- no use to touch them to con
kissed on the lips. jvince yourself." j
And there me too many people HANDS ON YOFR POCKETBOOKS
who seem to think machinery was "Dad, what is a touching speech?, '
made for the purpose ot throwing ask Johnny.
monkey wrenches Into. I "One that precedes a collection,
my son," answered Dad.
A feminine golf enthusiast is au
thority for tho statement that somo
of her sister players are catty enough
lo be called golf lynx.
THE SUPERFLUOUS ADJECTIVE
A headline speaks of a "Rig
oration." Did anybody over receive
a little one? New York Post.
During one week rcrontly 279,500
words were spoken in congress, and
nobody remembers anything that was
Moro men might go to church if
hte doors were guaided and ono had
to give a p.-ss woid in order to get
No. Jason it is not good form to
look at your watch during tho ser
mon; but better do thnt than go to
Japan is heartily In agreement
with tho idea that, the rest of the
world should cuitall armament--while
she catches up with the pro
Our observation Is that after a
man quits smoking he doesn't feel
as virtuous as ho feols envious. I
Headline: Organized Hoboes Offer,
Aid to Solve Unemployment. Shucks;
thought they'd solvo it long ago. i
Many a girl could have kept tho
tragedy of her bowlegs a secret un-1
til after her wedding if it had not'
Tho man who says he does not , been for the short skirts, says Rill
know what fear is has nover fallen Spivens.
The disarmament conforenco will,
at any rate, enable the nations to
toll each other how hard up thoy
Thero is a dlfforenco between
knowledgo nnd understanding, as
short skirts go to prove.
Why not give tho Filipinos their
independence? They admit that thoy
are bankrupt,' too.
over a wheelbarrow in the dark.
This shipyard workers who made I havo to live with myself, ami sn
$20 and $30 a day during the war I want to be fit for myself to know. '
are not asking for n bonus yet. ; I want tq bo nble. as days go by
' I Always to look myself straight in
Why worry about taxes? Didn't we ' the eye
lick tho kaiser? I don't want to stand, with the set-
People who mako good do not And hate myself foi tho things I've
havo to make excuses. . done.
Tho golden rule, like charity,' The Rergdoll investigation failed
ought to begin at home. to determ.no who let the slacker cs-
They've Won the
Applause of this En
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Suits and Overcoats
Never has any of our Value-Giving-Offerlngs met with greater re
sponse than this Fall Showing of high grade $35 Suits and Over
coats. Its a line of clothes that from the start has met with popular ap
proval. The price is a price less than most men expected to pay
the quality is far better than they expected to get at the price.
Volume Prices Make it Possible
This is a year we'd all like to play even. On this line we cannot
count our profits on one garment alone, but on dozens. A small pro
fit on ten Suits now is better than a good profit on one. We're ask
ing volume prices and getting action.
Famous Makes Comprise this Line
Makes like Hart Shaffner and Marx, Styleplus, Alco and others of
National Reputation. Makes that assure you of the highest grade
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Fabrics Good Too
Dependable hard wearing all wool worsteds in light and heavy
weights, fclain and fancy all-wool Cashmere for men of all ages.
Stouts, Slims and Stubs
No matter how tall, big or short you may be, there is a suit of good
clothes here that will fit your particular build.
Other suits and Overcoats at $21 $29 $43 $48 $57
HlLTIBR AND-STATON (o.
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