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I v It 11 i X "V a o.. o o o 0; o o o o o g)OOOOOOOQPpOCOOOOOOOOOpOOG free : F Atlanta Journal: It; Is too early for the Fourth of July, but what about a sane St; Valentine's day and Wash ington's birthday. ; : " X1 Charity and Children : The- brethren who have butted in-to-the Henderscn- yille JElesolutions will t think twice hereafter before ' they "dash at a stone' In order to shrow our aipreciation for our customers trade and for the peoples trade that we hope to. become pur customers, jwe are going to give away ABSOLUTELY FREE, Rogers guaranteed silverware. : '' ' T ' ' ' " ' This is the same staff ff through and through. Somethings that anybody would be proud of. We have a big line of shoes, dry goods, Notions, clothing, groceries, etc, in fact a general line of up-to-date goods. ' . . ' This is no chance game Everybody fares alike. A coupon given free with each purchase. If you are not a customer you should be- 3 1 t M 4V XT.n tVai vfflrThi come one at once, auu uegm iuo ncn i6" ii ' V ' .. "v "" ; Alt, Opposite Court .House Aliens' Old Stand.. . R. L JOIS ID CiPP J. R. WILLSON Wholesale ; Lumber and. Buders, Supplies. ; 'Ajax" Tin Shingles, the . "Loose Lock," Woo Fiber Wall PI aster, " Boone Brand,? Vulcanite Roofing the best made. . .. . I . I i; . - ' . . . . ' V A complete line of Framing Lumber and Dressed Lumber in Stock, Doors, Windows 1 Mould ings' Flooring, Ceiling, Sid ing, Partition, Base CasingrRail Balusters,. Blocks, Newels, Columns, Mantels, Glass, Sash Weights; Cord,' Pulleys, Grates, Dimension Lumber,-Framing, Sheathing, Lath, Shingles, Brick,. Lime, Building Paper, Roofing Plaster, Tin Valley.Ridge Roll Tile, Repressed Brick. PROMPT DELIVERY. PHONE 231-2 The Turkey's Orgin. The turkev is the onlv SDecimen ot the native found in America wnicJi lias ever been reduced to domestication. The orignal wild turkey from which our demestica- ed breeds have descended was a aoble bird, strong of legs and lUffS. rane-incr ih fnrpsta in larsre - ' o o o jocks and attaining great weights. Aue oronze turkey t)f today re tains the charafltfvrist.ips of the wild bird most completely. jmce xms Dira was suojugat edand subdnprl tn th usa nf nian. J has broken into several varie- "es: Bronze, Narragansett, white, j, black, slate. Of these the oronze and the white far outniim- uer an others combined, says Mil-: rurvis, m American Cultiva- An adult bronze t.nrkpv . male 0 wV UUU.J5 auu LUC XU.UI.ls female 20 pounds. This is the most fwar variety we have and vws more popular as time pas- Of all our domestic fowls the Pnze turkey is the most beadti r:s far as the color o tie 4um Se is concerned. Good specimens a bronze luster n the plum- .jfi aj per part 'of the bacl which v-einblcV Itfhly burnish od cop per wiht greenish and tmti r? flections. The female is ii.it so brightly colered, her predominat ing colors being black and dull white. This variety is very hardy and has considerable wild blood of recent crossings in it, making it the nearest akin to the regular wild bird of any variety. The Narrangansett turkey is not quite as large ts the bronze, and is black and grayish white in color, making it a much lighter colored bird. Turkeys are more creatures of habit than any other of our feath ered fowl; yet while they will roam over the prairi during the day in search ot iood, they will always come home at night if one will make a practice of feeding them however lightly: CASTOR! A For Infants and Children. The Kind Yob Have Always Bought Bears the Signature . Gaston Progress : Four hundred mil lion dollars, worth of ; cotton at near-y-15 cents a pound, spells prosperity with a great big P for the Sdutllern planter.';-- ' -y ; -New York World: The Standard Oil Company byJ bringing a .libel suit. proves at last that if the corporation' has not" a soul to.be seved it has feel ings that can be hurt..- v -. ; v Washington Herald; How is this for race suicide? Three men killed them selves in a- Massachusetts ; town 'be-' cause their wives had presented them- With twins. . ' ; . ; i Fayetteville Index: We are unaltfir- ably opposed to "the State issuing bonds tor the higher education of young men until she provides for the lower education of the masse of the childL ren. . Wilmington Dispatch: Not because it is capable of barm itself, but , be cause it performs duties like the red flag in .its relation to anarchy is why near-beer is to be banished.' but somn are kicking on kicking out the social cmos, which are the real dynamite bombs. ' K Charlotte Observer: Everybody knows that Stokes county' is a creat tobacco-raiser but" The Danbury Re porter declares that chickens and eggs bring ; more money into Stokes than does the weed. .Strikes us that Stokes would be a good place to visit about frying.size time. Greenville Piedmont: Permits have been issued since the first of the year for new buildings and reDairs and ad ditions to buildings totaling a cost of $52,365. These permits date- from January 1 to January 31 and include one or two specially large contracts and.a number of repairs and additions. Lexington Leader: The preachers in the ancient borough of : Mocksville have gone after the skatine rink in that town -with a vim. From the pul pit one said "there is more danger to morals In the skating rink .. than in rouna aancing." Not having ever ac complished either feat, we will have to pass It up. . Concord Times: The presidency of the Presbyterian College of Charlotte, has been offered to Bev. Dr. J. L. Caldwell, of Pine Bluff, Ark., one of the most forceful, men in his denom ination. Dr Caldwell has the offer un der advisement at present and will give his answer to the trustees of the college at an early date, it is believed that the offer will be accepted. ' Concord Times: The city of Wilming ton seems to , think it is bigger, and better than the State of North Caro lina. It asks the Legislature to give it privileges of local option, which means that it would have saloons. If such a law is good for Wilmington, it is good for the whole State. This question was settled. by the DeoDle of the State two years ago by a major ity of nearly 50,000. v Monroe Journal :; The folk's who un derstand the gentle art o hog rais ing say that the" most pjtt at'e hog Is not the largest, but the one that yields the most per day for the en tire number of days in his life. And as a standard, they say, a hog that nets a bounds a day when butchered is a good one. According. to this Stand ard Mr. P. C. Crator of north Monroe has killed a" fine one. IV was. 240 days old and netted 06 pounds. "Mr. Crater wants to know who can beat it. Asheville Citizen:-The advocates of the commission form' of government were in a vast majority at- the mass meeting of Asheville citizens at the court house Thursday night, and it was decided by an overwhelming ma jority to ask the Buncombe represen. ority to ask the Buncombe represen tative in the legislature to introduce a bill providing for an election to be held in this city to permit the citizens of Asheville to determine whether or not this city snail have this form of government. Fayetteville . Observer: John G. Jonason, J. P., is responsible for the marriage of Mr. Colon Brown to Miss Bessie Johnson, of Lillington, Route 1, while they were in a buggy, the horse going' at 'break-neck speed and the bride's father in close pursuit with another horse and buggy. The mar riage question didnot set well on the old. folk's nerves and there was but one way to marry that was to run-a way, and run they did, too. Congratu lations to the aeronautical couple, and may .they ever more reside on Cupid Square and Felicity Street with Hap piness and Prosperity as their near est friends. - Newton Enterprise: A man by the name of Brown, said to be from the Denver section, was in Newton Wed nesday morning with a four gallon keg of corn whiskey in a buggy. After mak ing proclamation, he produced a syp hon and invited everybody to drink. He was in the lot in, rear of Smypr's hardware store and soon had a good crowd around him. Later he moved to the other side - of town. He must have taken about every body with him; for when the Enterprise repor- er went out to get this item the streets wer deserted. The i man had no fear of the police. He said it was hia Unnnr and hf could ' civo it qwqxt to whomsAve he pleased. THE KEAE-BEEK BILL. , . Jfevf Act Strengthening . State Prohl, K bltion Law To Be Effective Jane 1,J Raleigh N. C. Feb. 3.- The: House last night, by practically a unamlmouS yotej passed theKent bill prohibiting sale "of Near-beer and similar concoc tions. The following is a full text of the' measure .C;":, ";4". r r " A'bllftb be Entitled "An Act to.Prpi hibit the" Sale of Near-beer, Beerine and other Llke Drinks." " .: , ; The General Assembly V 'of North Carolina do. enact: - . . ; Section , 1. - That it shall "be un lawful tor any person or persons.- firm i or , corporation to sell or dispose of borgain, near-beer, beerlne other spirituous, vinous or mait liquors Tor j mixtures of any kind and under what soever- jmm'e called that- shall con tain' alchohol or cocaine or mornhlne or, other opium derivative except as ! herein provided.-, - , . , . Section 2. ' That it shall be unlaw ful for. any person or persons, firm or corporation, , wno is engaged; , in the sale or any jona ot arinics, to refuse to allow any person -to' carry away, from the place where said drinks iare being sold or offered for sale, any package or quantity of any size of said drink which ; has been bought and paid for ; andrif any person, firm or corporation shall refuse ,to allow said package or quantity of said drlng to be car ried away from the place of sale," it shall be prima facie evidence of the violation of this act.; , Section 3. That any person or per sons, firm or corporation violating the provisions of this act shall be guilty of a misdemeanor , and fined or im prisoned, or both, for each and every off ense, in ,the discretion of the court: Provided,- that this act shall not be construed to forbid the sale of spiritu ous vinous, fermented or malt liquors or. intoxicating bitters by a legalized medical depository, or by any licens ed and registered pharmacist, for sickness, upon the written prescrip tion of a regularly licensed and ac tively practicing physician or surgeon having the person for wnom said pres cription is . made under his charge which said prescription shall specify the amount , of spirits required; and that this act shall not be construed to prevent the sale of any alcohlic liq uor to any legalized -medical deposi tory or to any licensed and register ed pharmacist,, or any cocaine or mor phine or other opium derivative . to any registered pharmacist; and that this act shall not be considered to for bid the sale of . cocaine, morphine or other opium derivative by a licensed pharmacist upon the. .written pres cription by a regular licensed physi clan or surgeon: Provided further, that -this act shall not appyl.to the sale of domestic wines when sold in quantity of not, less .than two and one half gallons. in sealed packages, or crated,, on the premises where manu factured, or to the sale of . cider in any quantity, by the manufacturer from fruits grown on his. land within the State of North Carolina, or to the sale of wine to any minister of religion or other officer of a church when said wine is bought for religious or sacra mental purposes, or to the sale of flav oring extracts or essences when sold as such, or to the sale of medical pre parations" Manufactured in accordance with formulas prescribed by the Unit ed States Pharmacopoeia and National Formulary which contain no more alcohol than is necessary to extract the medical properties of the drug contained in such preparations, and no more alcohol than is necessary to hold the medical agents in colutiftn, which are manufactured and sold as medicines and not as beverages, or to the sale of carbonated drinks that con tain no more thanf one-tenth of one per. cent of alcohol, and. in which brinks a flavoring agent is used, in the manufacture of which flavoring agent alcohol is used to dissolve and hold in solution or to extract from the crude material said flavoring agent. .Section 4. That this act shall be in force and effect from and ? after" the flrst .day of June, one thousand nine hundred and eleven. . ' jpo. ypu ";.vaiiit ' 6 - ioiii; ohf:'. rary?, .'"".:'.--V' Lib A PERSON PAYING US THE PRICE OF ONTI T O ftir xsttt.t: tt a tttt AT THEIR DISPOSAL Ac NUMBER OP THE VERY BEST NOV- Went Swimming at 92. London Chronicle. ' ; "The Grand Old man of Highgate Ponds," William. McKenzie, long known as "Grandfather" by his fel low members of the Highgate Life buoys Club, has passed away at his North London home. He was in his ninety-third year. ( Up to six weeks ago Mr. McKenzie was bathing in Highgate ponds, where he had bathed for many years. His unfailing regularity at the age of 92 probably constitutes a record in nata tion. Until three years ago he joined in the winter lifebuoy bathing sports. His practice was to walk .over the two miles from Highbury and back for his swim. 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