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THURSDAY, 3LYKCH 6th, 1919.
FPTTTT BRCMT) HtSTLER, H1ENUERR01VTILLE, X. C. BID WE WO THE WAR? (Continued from Page 3) . McDccl.'. A.. J. McGalia, w. Murphy, C. A. Maxwell, V. -M. McManaviy, C. II. Merriniun, ,T V. Nelson, Mont Oatis, R. T. Oates, R. R. Oates, R. M. Osborne, W .. Penny, R R. Penny, :j. Pullin, .1. P. Poteat, W. v . Presle, W. i Praytor, E. Penlan-l, C. Penny, "ty" . . Reese, J. 3. Reid, H. P: Roach, E. AI C. RoBards, R. . Rusher, W. O. Rymer, Paul Ross, C . ' ft . ' Rhodes, E. j. Russell, L. P I.r. Rhodes, J. . Rymer, W. U. Truex, A. S. J - . Tebeau. A. C. Todd, J. T. I Taylor, G. L. Taylor, W. II. still well, r:. (I. Smith, W A. Smith, R. 1. Stewart, J. SI. Statoa, P".r?en Stewart, H. F. Smith, .ailvr Summ.v. E. Vr. Summev, G . C. Smirk FrauK Souther, '1 Sorrels, J. W. Sherrill J. . Sherrill, J. P. Sales, G -3 Sales J. O Sales, n - Sumner V. r.. Suttles. V'. Singl3'..u. W C. Suttles. C N. Sorrels .Sri.a. Seals. T. S . South, iV.ue.st Southc . .'il.ii"'. Tandor Linu;a, Dr. ann, 1 . T. Yvrenshall, C. N YTelis, D. 1M. WhitSeid. O M. Wilson. J C Wells, W. il, "Willis D. S. U Wilfong, W W. Ward, Arihv. Walker, J. G Wheeling, I. R. Watl-.ms, J SI Watlitn". J i Whitakev, Q . Whitaker, J X- Ward J . 3 v iikie, J. .Wa-i-er, II . '3 Walker E- i'. Yvaiker, W A. Walker, "L. 1 Wilkin, JA i 1" . " Young, W. A. Young, D. H. Youngblood, !. . J. Youngblood, n. H. Youngblood, H. - Youngblood, J- Young, W. 3. Young, W. 'E. W If. nnnnnnnninnirnRnniB ! g s H ! g ; W. Jj; ; H ' H : U M i M l H j g j If ' H I if!, g I fg j H j ! when you want that next job of "twti -ire 1-4 i-i ia g I You will get first-class work, and you will get it when promised, for having work done when promised is cne of the rules of this office. If you prefer, send the order by mail or bring it to the office in person. C3 maiiimiiiiHiiiHHiiiiimrifnirniininiiiifiriiiLTii E3 Let Us Show You What We Can Do I i Era ITS. .. 1 iOCIIIIIil i I u fraanBEE I:: IJt ' Senator Kirfcy Says. He Is Almost In Doubt When Ife Jlccrs Partisan Lr.nientaicp.s. "Washinton, D. G., Feh., 27 'I am akncst in doubt as to whether this country won the war or not," remark ed Sanator Kirby of Arkansas, after he had listened from the Republican side of the Senate. "How in God Almightys earth did we win the war if we were guilty o' the mistakes, stupidity and derelic tions -that have been charged -against the War Department?" he asked. "The Senator from New Jersey has j accused the War Department of being j responsible for the severe winter partment responsible for the intro duction of influenza into the United States. Why is all this done, and where is there any foundation, . in fact, for it? "It seems to mo some Senator ought to stand by the Government here after it .has won the v.-ar; that some one ought, to have an into: est in thss conduct of the soUiors on the LuUle Seld being propei'ly preae.-iiM, aua in the country gettiaz a correct vievv and having a proper upvecif-.tion of all the great objects .vhioh havo iio.?n accomplished. "If here and there r. .iv I '.s fuii or iias miscaried, if "a-"i sr there in convenience and deu hav r-i;;'.cd because of something not having been done as well as it now appears ii might hr.ve been done, why should this be made a recc.-tl ;a an everlast ing monunent to a Singl.: failure or the War - apartment , vhkli whatever else may be said, dii v. in this war with the army that it organized rnc with the :.rmy that wm sent abroad." First New England Whits Child. November 2 is the anniversary of the birth of Peregrine White, the first English child born in New England. He was born aboard the Mayflower in, Plymouth harbor. After his father's death his mother married Gov. Ed- .ward Winslov.-, the first marriage in New England. TTO newspaper can succeed with out advertising, therefore we solicit the patronage of cur readers for those who by their advertising help to make this paper possible. TQ Through envy, through malice, through hating, Againfet the world, early and late. No jot of our courage abating. Our part is. to work and to wait. Alice Cary. (CAN BY ANY METHOD YOU CAN; BUT CAN, CAN, CAN. . HILE a regular can ning outfit is aa ad vantage it is not necessary, for any clothes boiler with a wooden xyick made to fit the bottom, of strips e. aJi lath will answer ery purpose. The important ConswissiorV -' thing in canning is to have complete sterilization of the product; this is in sured by .good i rubbers and a perfect seal. - . A. kettle, pnll or boiler "of an7 kind which will take a few jars deep enough to cover or come to the neck of the jar with water ind a cood tiffht cmrpr fnr the boiler is -ail that is needed " Sterilize the cans by placing them in cold water, tops as well, and bringto ; the boiling point. Dip the rubbers in- J .to the hot water before adjusting them, then with the filled jars, if a Mason, screw it tight, thf.u loosen one-quarter way DacK. ir tne covers are screwed too tight, the rubber is forced out oi place or the jar may crack, if too loose the water or liquid will be drawn from the can. The blanching cf many fruits ami all vegetables is aa important part cf the preparation. By blanching is meant the dipping into hot water and letting the fruit or vegetable stand a certain time, then plunging Into cold water, Blanching shrinks, drives out the gases in the tissues and brings the color to the surface making a more attractive product. The age and tenderness of 2 1 the product determines the length of time for blanching. If apples are -to be canned, peel, quarter and dip for two minutes (if quickly cooked apples are used), otherwise five minutes, then plunge into cold water and drain and pack into the jars. Fill the jars with hot water, seal .as mentioned above and cook twenty minutes in the hot water bath. Seal tightly as soon as removed from the boiler. Peaches, pears and plums may all be cooked in the hot water for twenty minutp The reaches are blanched one minute; the plums' or berries are not blanciied. . few E IB GARMENTS IS IUU I IL MtllllMMI II IMIII I III II i mm I I I 1 I w a cii. in Every sample in our store marked in plain' figures absolute wholesale cost, exact accordance with IS a in the net wholesale of the firms that. garments, elieve to A7.e -es t wholesale firms m tne country. I Aft. and show you the wholesale price list, as sent out by these firms. When' your garments arrive we al so show you the invoice. Our profit for handling the order and person ally guaranteeing YOU a perfect fit and satisfaction is as follows: on an ouits, puss postage, sz.uu on ail extra trouse plus . postage : $1.50jon all extra Trousers, from same material, plus postage. Mo latter 1171 - wnat r xactsy We ssll -the well known makes: Schaefer Weedon Tailoring Co., Cincinnati, Ohio; Ed V. Price 8c Co., Chicago, 111; Isaac Hamburger & Sons, Baltimore. Let us show you what a difference there really is when 1 he x . . . ; ; The woolsack is th;. ui' red-bag; without -back or arms, on which the lord chancellor sits when presiding over the deliberations of the house of lords. Its origin is curious. An act was passed in Elizabeth's reign pro hibiting the exportation of wool, and to keep this source of national wealth in their iordships' minds the kindergarten notion of making them sit on wool bags was tried. Nowadays, when a new chancellor is appointed he is said to be appointed to the woolsack and to sit oa tbo woolsack. a n mi price make d an he the very tailoring $3.50 on all Palm Beach Soils, . plus postag - m iitc uai uicuL i uu uuv. uui the bame and we Uner $1UU.01) Keward Proving added to the actual wnolesale cost, Homes Hslp Community. A wealthy Englishman once said that a good home was an institution for civilizing a community, and in stead of surrounding Ms own home by a, high hedge, like many in the vicin ity, he built about it an open fence, so that whoever passed, rich or poor, might enjoy the beauty of house and lawn .und garden. It is a good thing for the girls of today who are to be the home makers of tomorrow, tdl grow up with the idea that the home ti m . ' - mm m erwise, M 6 vemsit husMer Sells tne 13, r -ww l imiLMtemii is only Five Dollars is r he ig: m .jEEifflDiaimiaijiinnipiBW