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See Ward & West and Company at the Opera House SATURDAY NIGHT October 16th Look, Special Prices: 25 & 35 Cents A Few Choice Reserved at 50c Free Street Performance at 5:30 P. M. THE NE6R0 QUESTION Nearly everybody has a solu tion of the “negro question” to offer the ignorant public, and “Fuss” is no exception to the rule: The negro is an IMITATOR. He is an imitation of the human being, just as the ape is an imi tation of the negro. In Africa he acts naturally. In the United States he tries to imitate the white people. The negro is what the white people make him. When he does something here that he does not do in Africa it is a trick picked up from us white people. So long as we continue to hang Coco-Cola “ladies” in public for Bro. Sambo to gaze upon, so long we may expect for such hellish crimes to be enacted by the ‘ ‘beasts of the fields. ” So long as we continue to talk immorality in the hearing of the negro, just so long we may ex pect him to play the act. So long as we continue to sell goods to the negro on credit just so long we may expect to be un able to control him in any way. Human beings use reason in all things. Beasts have no reasoning power. This is why hanging Sambo to the crooked trees in oar land does not deter him from repeating his crimes. If your old ram jumps the fence in the presence of your billy goat the billies will immedi ately try to imitate the old ram. And if you s oot one of the dear billies as an object-lesson to the balance as to what they may ex pect if they do the same thing, it has just the same effect upon them that hanging Sambo has upon the balance of his species. Quit displaying immoral pictures and otner things of like nature in the presence of the negro. Mind how you talk in his presence. Never argue with him. Do not sell him pistols and other things he should not have. Do not sell him anything on credit nor loan him anything,and you will thus throw him on his own resources, and when you do this you will see Bro. Sambo and and his “cullud ladies” go to work. When you get them strung out at work you will see signs of contentment and happi ness growing among them, and worry on the part of the whites will die away, and crimes by the negro will be few and far be tween. The white women can do a big part in solving the “negro ques tion” by doing al tlheir own i cooking and other household work. It will force the negro woman to go to the fields, where nature intended them for and this will force millions of big, black, greasy bucks to go to work that the negro women are now feeding out of your kitchens. And when all this takes place there is going to be fewer jobs than hands, and as they must work or starve, they will beg you for a job instead of you beg ging them to work for you. Then wages will be cut to where they can make only to live off of each l day they work, which will naturally force them to work every day. And when this is done the “negro question” will be a thing of the past. And they will then have to quit send ing their kids to public schools at the expense of white people. And when we prevent them get ting a book education we are do ing a favor to them as well as ourselves. An educated negro compares favorably with an edu cated billy goat. Both are a nuisance. Treat a negro right in every particular. But stop right there. Jimmie Vardiman and Tommie Watson can peel and repeal, codi fy and modify the U. S. Consti tution all they want too. But it will not amonut to much until our plan is put into operation, and they ought ot know it. As to what the Northern fa natics say about our plan, we don’t give a cuss. They DO NOT know what they are growl ing about. — From “Fuss, ’’ Toombsuba, Miss. Provided, the following coun ties shall be exemped from the provisions of this Act: Arkansas, Ashley, Baxter, Boon, Bradley, Calhoun, Clark, Chicot, Cleburne, Columbia, Conway, Crittenden, Cross, Dallas, Desha, Drew, Hempstead Hot Spring. Howard, Izard, Jef ferson, Lafayette, Lee, Lincoln Little River, Logan, Lonoke, Marion, Miller, Mississippi, Mon roe, Montgomery, Ouachita, Perry, Phillips, Pike, Poinsett, Polk, Pope, Pulaski, Saline, Searcy, Woodruff, and Yell. Approved May 12, 1909. — —--—— For Sale At a Bargain—One 1 Black Jack, Tenn. Stock, 7 years old, 14 1-2 hands high, well broke and sure foaler. Has produced some as fine mules as the country has. Will sell him cheap or trade for other stock. Vaughan Realty Co. VAUGHAN REALTY GO. OUR SPECIALS If you want a home in Pres cott or a farm for half price, see our lists. For this week we have: One of the prettiest and most desirable houses in the city, situ ated on West Walnut St., ad joining business part. A two story 10 room residence with all conveniences. Lot 150 x 150 feet Concrete walks and side walks. Shaded with maple trees —an ideal home. Title perfect, and you can buy it for $3,500. No. 295. 99 acres 5 miles northwest of city on R. F. D. and telehpone line. Dirt land. 5 room residence, barns and out houses. 2 acre orchard, fine free stone water. 70 acres fenced. Good fruit and melon land. $600, No. 294 80A. sandy land, 35 I acres in cultivation. 4 room resi dence, barn and out houses. | Best of water, and orchard. — A truck, orchard and melon propo sition. $500. No. 301, 81A. 3 room dwelling, j barn and.fine water. 30 acres in j cultivation, balance timber and pasture. $500 buys this. Good school and churches. R.. F. D. and telephone line. Also: No. 299. 80 acres 5 1-2 miles northwest of city. 60 acres fenced. 5 room house, 2 wells, one in lot other at kitcheu door. $450 net, worth double the price asked. 48 acres of Redland 2 miles south of city, on R. F. D. No. 1; 33 acres in good state of culti vation;^ room dwelling, good water, bam and out-houses;tract all fenced and includes a good pasture, good.for truck, grain or anything you want to raise. $700. 120 acres of sandy and dirt land 5 miles northwest of city; 60 acres in cultivation, 2 acres in orchard of peaches, pears and apples, 12 acres in pasture; 5 room dwelling, one 2 room ten ant house, barn and stables; 1-4 mile of R. F. D., good school and churches. This land is fine for fruit, melons, potatoes and anything you want. $1,300 buys it; 1-2 cash, balance notes. This is a good home. 272 acres 6 miles northwest of city, on R. F. D. No. 5 and tele phone line; 80 acres in cultiva tion; 4 room frame dwelling with brick chimney, barn’and stables, best of water, one 2 room tenant house; fine fruit land, sandy; one acre orchard of English walnuts, pears and Elberta peaches; 100 acres of pasture land, lays well and prductive. Will sell all or part and you can buy it for $6 per acre; best truck and fruit land in the country. Something Real Fine. 120|acres bottom land 1 1-4 mile east of Bough ton; 40 acres in cultivation; one small|house and outbuildings; some good oak and cypress timber. This farm has produced over a bale of cotton and fifty bushels of corn per acre; good water. $1820 buys this; 1-2 cash, balance terms. See or write us for anything you want. We have several nice city residences for 1-2 what they are worth and can get what you want. Write for lists. It will pay you to see us. VAUGHAN REALTY 60. C. B. ANDREWS ALEX VAUGHAN. PRESIDENT, SEC. AND MANAGER OFFICE PICAYUNE BUILDIN6. BOBBY FOUNTAIN FAMOUS SHOWS AND TRAINED ANIMAL EXHIBITION! COMBINE LADDIES AND CHILDRENS SHOW| AERIALISTS-.-SUPREME I An Army of ClownJ LARKS OCl ANINE /'ll OLLEGE LUJ _ _MJ COUNTERFEIT THE Pony With A Human Brain ABO ALLA’S Arabian Horses FIRST TIME IN AMERICA The Great Equine Spectacle Gathering the Garlands A SHOW OF QUAUR 2-Shows aily-2 3 and 8 P. M. ig Free Exhibition On Show Grounds at 2:30 and GOOD WORKING MEN WANTED