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EIGHT PAGES hjcr Money Was Gone! Aa old omD who lived alone had kept nearly 2.009.00 la currency around her house for years. She was afraid of banks. Last fall she bet i me seriously 111. and ' No. she didnt die. But when she vent to look for the cash it was tone! Fortunately some honest friends had found it while she was unconscious and had deposited it to her credit in a bank. This woman has now decided that after all the bank Is the safest place, and, besides, her money Is not idle any longer. It U new earning 4 per cent for its owner. Let us put your money to work for you. THE BANK OF UNION How Cox and Harding Behave On Nerve Racking Speaking Tours Newspaper Men Tel) Interesting Stories of Activities of the Two Presidential Nominees While Enduring the Hardships of a Speech-Making Grind ;ovkhxou cox &EXATOR HARDING. TV. i . . . . t In his race for the presidency. Got- VTT , ,1 mDlnrou" ernor Cox has set a new style for :- :":7' , " .w. .V T campaign oratory. Aside from the I.SrrflSSJ?"' lhV .V ?nI . ik. u,.t .i, .wi. i. I standard-bearer is one of the hard- tetenn nolitical observers has been i cmpaJners that ever stepped on one of tie most interesting features Monroe, N. C CAPITAL . SURPLUS $100,000.00 $100,000.00 W. 8. BLAKEXEY, President. J. R. SHTTE, Vice-President V. B. COLE, Ast. Cashier R. G. LAXET, Cashier HARGROVE BOWLES, Asst. Oaehler of the Democratic nominee's slump ing tour. ' delight iin calling the "great mau of. ' our people"' heretofore - had looked ' upon presidential candidates with a , feeling akin to awe. Only the brav- , est of the brave partisans essayed to i heckle them. Governor Cox has nosticators foresee the rough time ahead for presidential aspirants who j cannot handle themselves under a ' fire of questions from their audi ence. ! AUns to Get Tgether. tn th ird the, morning.' no matter o'clock now nam in previous days cam paigning might have bean. On sev eral of his trips he had addressed crowds gathered at wayside extem poraneous and are followed by a short handshake and brief word for every one in the .crowd that geta near enough for a personal greeting. And this kept up until the train pulls out, despite the energy used up to the heat of a campaign. Senator Harding Is a light eater, a poached egg or two, toast, fruit and coffee. constitutes his breakfast, with soroe- tning a little heavier for noon, fol io ed by, a light lunch"' at night He la a great believer In the health ful properties of fruits, and his car is kept supplied with baskets of an- ples, peaches and plums throughout a rear platform. Starting off without having pre pared a word of anv nf his ad- V. . : .v. . ,. 'dresses. Senator Hardlnr In (Its Hava Ithe entire trip. i Li a vrv uiu iur UllJ UK Uv ' a- a-. v a v is aa. aca was j ing twelve. Including the total num- tD rod la due largely to his manner ber several of the most important ' relaxing after a big meeting. This j pronouncements in the campaign. ne does by conversing with the news part leu la rly the address delivered at DIDer mea or " the four can com- i Des Moines, Iowa, in which the noiu- I Prising tne equipment of the party I t .1 al 2 I ii.i.j a. iKa nikAn i ka n.WA a i ' chanred all this and unlit!! nrnr. " - ur"n""' rrpuuiaieu me league uuw " regular Write Sieerh in Pencil. This speech, with several others In which the candidate wished to make his position unmistakable and with out fear of misconstruction, was 1 WriffAfl hv Mm lurun.llw wKH. tA- Governor Cox has about htm an'i, - .., tn:,A, ... : air of contagious good fellowship niyrlad of interruptions encountered ..uh.iv u" wrriw. rea iu uie piai-kv . urenldentlal ranHM.l. vhll campaigning, this Is quit a feat In itself, and Senator Harding achieves it only by adhering rigidly to the fol lowing procedure: Locking Himself In the compart ment on hia private car, he tempo rarily oars htmseir to all visitors, taking one of the short stubby pen- campaign ercurstons orer and the party returns to the restful atmoe pher of Marlon and the front porch tor a abort breathing spell the least Jaded and most enthusiastic of ail to Senator Warren O. Harding. .... 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Hm favorite gesture aC(,u,re ,he habit of dictating hia is a pump-handle motion .of the speeches and prefers to write them right arm with the index flnger jout all alone, as he used to write the pointing straight into the eye of the IpditorlalB for his paper, the Marlon wan to whom he is directing his star, even while serving aa United Was. IStatea aonatnr train, he pays hls respects to hia fel low-pa&sengers and geta their view points on things politically. This is on of the candidate's outstanding characteristics. He likes to meet people and get Intimate Impressions on how they view the Issues of the campaign. When one of the rapid R.U.Carren.M.D. Practice Limited to Treatment of Disease of EYE, EAR, NOSE AXD THROAT Office Over THE rxiO.X DRTO COMPANY. PHOKE 58. The governor had a number of pet mannerisms, which help him to "put over" his arguments. He shakes his head and flashes his eyes open and shut to arouse ont form of emotion and stamps his right foot when mak ing an attack. Tricks All his Own. Other oratorical tricks used by the candidate are ail his own. ' A re markable voice inflection, reinforced by a happy smile and the full power of his own personality, ofttlmes car ries to a crowd the meaning of what he is saying before he can put his line ot thought into words. He delights In telling his audience he Bpeaks their language. And he la probably at his best when he has to answer a difficult question right off the bat. .Here Is a typical illustration or how he handles a heckler. A man at Topeka, Kansas, shouted from the gallery that what the can didate was saying "would please Ku- gene v. Debs more than anybody I snow or. ' ah ngnt, tnat a line," the gov- nor reionea. "I am hannr to ulease anybody, especially a man behind the uars. In the private car the governor ap pears reposed and satfsfled. but on the stump he is a human dynamo. He has calned weight under the wear ana tear of bis long camDalen trios Since his nomination he made nearly three hundred speeches, his high rec ord being sixteen in one day. Sat urday, In Southern Indiana, he spoke iouneen limes, oeing on his feet, al together full eight hours. A lyiupa tneic crowd reems to insnlre him and his night speeches always are his nest. Take Long Walks. That he has been able to stand the strain is due tn large part to the fact mill no taxes peneci pnysiral care of himself. He Indulges In all forms of outdoor exercise but does not go in ior any or tne rads. Onoe In a while he slips away from the train and takes a long walk through out- oi-me-way places where he is not likely to be recognized. He carries with hlrn an allendant who Is a masseur. During a stren uous day he will take several mM showers and rub-downs and change clothes and "come up smiling-' and reireenea. Another contributing factor to the governor's perfect physlclal condition is nis aDliity to a eeo. Slept, t. a ousmess with him, as much a work or campaigning. Hia disposition is carefree when not on the Job and he can drop Into a chair and be snor ing in a minute. He refuses to let anything worry him. When caught asleep at a slation where he is scheduled to speak he springs to his feet, brushes his hair back over his head, and starts for the plaiform all in one motion. Before going to sleep at night the governor reads the dally papers. The first thing he looks for now are the accounts of the world series baseball games. He Is an ardent fan and re fused to believe the scandal stories until th players themselves confessed. Copies Given Out. As soon aa the speech is completed copies are made for distribution to the twenty or more correspondents traveling on the car Just ahead of the candidate's and the business of supplying the campaign utterances of the Republican nominee to the world has begun. In being able thus to Isolate him self for short periods In the prepara tion of his long addresses, delivered for the most part In large cities, Sen ator Harding receives the able assis tance of Mrs. Harding. She accom panies her husband on all his trips, taking an Intimate interest In poli tics meets all visitors and chats with them. In the words of the candi date, "She is as good a campaigner as I am." Senator Harding believes firmly in the old adage about the early bird. He Is up and going always by seven n : Gar Load Bagging and Ties S We cdji make you the right prices 3 See us at once ! IT. C Lee & Sonf GENERAL MERCHANDISE COUNTRY PRODUCE FERTILIZERS PHONE 356. 3 si DR. S. A. ALEXANDER VETERINARIAN Office Phone 113. 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