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the moxhoe jornvu... ii Fntv. ifcfmbkr. n, FIGHT PACES II H I. CATS AM HE'S Editor l1iililT Stale a Few sim ple mill solcjiui Truth. There are two people who should never be allowed to trie a victim Into the bonus of wedlock, writ-' Robert Quillcn, editor of the Foun tain Inn Tribune. T!ie first is a selfish man, and tue other U a c!fl!i woman. Contrary to t lit- u-ual idea. .1 ";i" I fellow" ui;i be one hundr.sl per cent elrth. A good l' !!' is usallv a chap who spends his money freey- but always spends it on hi own He hnvs the drinks and ! m 'i's turn tomes. but .1- that is part of hist !!!!. !! ibwSll't give n .ey to the aeei'.y. He '.. s that ihere -ir uny t 1 cut Vi lli :os pleasure the c; ir he b' Sellis'1 n any oi :: hard'y neesly. lie is the chap who f.M :: up 1? ie wovi.! for his v point: to work in the in.; ter ho has bet n m.iirnd 1 years his Wife :s a faded trained slave who t'eniies 11 i for hiiii. meekly suimnts to i: - ht ces.itit s-rowls, mid worrits about !!ic m ficlit of his underwear, tihe sd dom has time in ,jn up hor 'iair. uiid she no longer I eels ashamed tt the fou.iiittf-s of her hands. She has become a plow horse working fi" !.er lyviiler. Bat if a selfish "good fellow" sort of a .nan can nuke li!e a burden for a wife, he has not anything on the eighteen-karat elfishnes of a she oat that has been petted and spoiL-J by pareuta with mote ambition than A tirl is much like a filly. A 1: tie care in the raisins and training and they make Rood running mates, but a fool driver can spoil them for all time to come. When you see a Cirl whose clothes ate finer than mother's, whose hands, arc softer than mother's, who bangs ( the piano while mother scrubs tho back plana, who trots "cultured" at a little one-horse college while old dad sits up at night trying to devise means to keep the banker from fore closing on an overdue mortgage, who use a broad "a" and lilushtw a fie.1-)- red when da.d says "I know ed before company w.-ll. she may have a form to una me Aphrodite, a vi.i.-e thai Jenny l.ind would h;' b.v-1 proud of. and a taee as fair a a June morning, but there are lens; '.i;s.iUj 011 her oi;l. and the will be a tpai-'. h-ll-rat for a wife. She may be a slurp-tongue .1 a who splits lire, or :ie may be one ol the nastier breed that teigu "p-'or h tllh" and mope around the house i'i nevli-e year in and jvr out. crowing fa' ter and laier as the i.iuii of ihe house gets giaver at the bus iness of be.nc lady ii'aid. la ei.ln'r case the scleral result is the same. The world is full of srifish p o pie. Old maids and bachelors a'v usually Si'l'ish. but ihats noho.iv s USTKIIX YOl'TH MtoFS I KIK MILLIONS AT CAUts The W inner, Julius Ym SietiiMi, a ; "Social umpire," Has Had Many ; Adxentu'w j A .-peciil dssnatch from Vienna. J Austria. says that one of Vienna's1 most di'bouuair social vampire has " i'ee:i ariest.-u in the person of Julius : von S.:t-i:i-o, a Utilitarian aristocrat.. .;-.d He has been ill contact with th pol;c on previous occasions, but h.s 1 airet is made this time 011 tv .'urge that at a same of bacca a , in Ins pnvaie house he and his bio; ;. ' :- ai 1 !".i.-ities. Its the scl'ish man led 1 11 p.ake hoii:is hideous, an. I t;; ttie batt'.ug average o! ; out S.:icii!e. IVlitical writers 111 ihe dai! p--s-have assutne l the task f ot.sti ;;ct ing a cabinet for the next ptoi ! And vet it can hardly be t'-ni;"! "loves labor lost." can ny llut they tloi'.ed. The Federal Keserve Hoard r.-( ;or:s increased idleness Ml industrial confers; comprising ail class of labor. Many plant ar shut down or running en sho" time and con s'lhu rs f on a "sti'i'te " irH buy ing waitins for uv. er pi ices. r(h)i w 11 wti.'r" er Won 410 less ihau twenty- niill.on k:ouen. or nominally nin e ' t'tan the million dollars from a ouiig Viennese aged Jl. whose tut t e 'l is not !e n ilisclo.-vd. It sti-tus that the two Szc . btciheis wete neaiing the enl 1 'heir financial resources, despite th r o.-:". tal ons life. ar. I resorteu tc siiearing this voting lamb, who is t;; son of a rich manufacturer. T! invited him to the house of Jul:i;! tor a social evening, but the you' u.noceni found only tho two brot!nv; I present. They propo-ed a came o baccarat and stipulated that thou 1 1 A lot of people j i!(y plaved for kronen the los- - were also men-j should be paid in some foreign cur- Jrencv, dinars being ultima't 1 j agreed upon. A dinar is a Serbia 1: Keserve Hoard r- ,.(., i-,.ntv-fiv.' of -hiih in new.. - - - . - time eiiul about live dollars. At the end of two hours' play the young innocent found to his horror that he had lost twenty-five million ; kronen and was obliged to sign seven bills of exchange for two million dinars, this it was ?ald, beini; tho converted value. In case of trouble with the police the sum was mated on the bills to be in consideration of a loan of twenty-eight million kronen received from Szeniso. Even here, however, the younj; Innocent had been swindled, Siemno having calcu lated, the dinars at twice the rate or exchange prevailing. Julius Szemso is well-known in certain strata of society as "the man with the yellow gloves," owing to his habit of wearing such gloves when playing cards at various clubs. He lives in a house called the Palais Szemso, where he keeps a large es tablishment of servants, six motor cars, seven race horses, and two milk cows, these being considerable of a rarity here nowadays. His adven tures have long been a subject c! ciiiVoisation. He has been previously arrested for encaging in what is known as valuta smuggling, or smuggling cur rency across the frontier, and for lu.ving Illegally stamped Austiian kronen notes so as to give thei;i u higher value. Similar charges ve'. al-o prelet-fd iig.ihist him in I! 1 ! ape At Kiverhead. L. I., z few oay ago. John Uayton. agei sixty years and Maria Kaynor. aged sixty-five years were married. It was the fi'i" time that each hail V-n married. To their credit both had tnriivl alUtheir former mates and there was no divorce. During October ISO. 101. 701 worth of German goods were received !r. this country, Omf th thrm mttt tltrtitmg tkatntratkt tfmatmoliittt tirii Heakst'S ft J AS VARY The Absolute Proof of Life After Death By Sir Arthur Conan" Doyle , ?T HAVE all the documents before me, and, in thia JL article, I will try to show any man capable of adapting his mind to fresh facts that the existence of discarnate spirits is not only no longer a fair subject for debate, but that up to a certain point it has been definitely settled." And 24 Other Great Features 'Magazimwith a'Mission s FOR JANUARY NOW ON SALE BY W. J. Rudg'e Co. v jUat Hrash Lensored wi U Mis tiiiitniiinutiu analrs' are in It"ep:ng with his oiieral conduct He has had many matrimonial ad ventures, and not long ago his pres ent ile caused some diversion In a fashionable restaurant here by throw ing vi'riol In the fee of n married lady of whom she thought she had Lruinds for Jealousy. At las; he is salt ly under arrest on tl.e s rious charge of using his ureinlses for the purposes of a gam ing club, and a writ has olso been is-ueit against his brother, who has lied from Vienna. Another ftiiNlonlii Victim. .Margaret Hauna, n young white woman whose IkhuiJ Is in Danville, '.ut w ho has been living in po'klng ha nt and Charlotte, was nnestod, alone with a band of gambler In a woods near Gastonia, N. C, u few days ago. Along with the woman's testimony in tlie rase, she unfolded a tale rf having In en held up six we !, ago i;i ihe same spot where occui 1 the sensational Ford murder of three w.eks ago and under almost bbviicil conditions, lioth she and her male companion were robbed, but were otherwise unmolested. That le r tal is true Is vouched for by tin farl 'hat the same story, rorrobora'lvo il every respect, had been told to shoriiT Carroll by the man in the case shortly after the Ford murder. As vv,,s the Datl was the censor. Did he answer the letter? We'll say he did. He bought Columbia Records jazz tunes, Christmas carols, monologues, all teeming with fun and Christmas cheer for the little folks. Like Skinay we say: "Don't forget Columbia Christmas Records." W. J. RUDGE COMPANY WILD (iOllW.KR F.U.I S A VICTIM TO (ilAXT K.Uil.F. Senrch for Kixxl KmN in n Trnijedy of thr Air, When Flying guwn Attacks. i Py JAMKS HKXRY RICK, in the Charlestmi News and Courier. When the freeie came last April, away out of season, It a conseqm nres : were to be remote. Planters of early vegetables were the first sufferers, but they were by no means the last. How far its ill effects went Is yet to be li tenulned., A later effect, already referred to, was the killing of the mast crop, on which so many livine things depend for food during the winter. Along with the mast crop went many of the berries, also a serious loss to the ani-: tnal creation. j Turkeys have been upset by the , failure of the live oak acorn crop, i This almost never fails along the! South Carolina coast: and the yield, is enormous These acorns are ready to eat in September nnd they remain . plentiful, as a rule, until well into January. No matter how cold fhe(hp eai.i0. winter, if the acorn crop nas neeu i. aa.i. MANY OTHERS have found an account at this bank very helpful in assisting them to pet a start in the world. Why don't VOL' try it? Your Income isn't so small but you can save a part of it. Most of the present day bank accounts were started In a very small way and gradually buikled to their present. VU can do as well. No matter how small your account at the start if you show that you nre in onriiewt nnd really want to get bheaiK In the world we shall be very plad to hare you use the conveniences nnd accomo dations furnished by this bank. Also, Insofar m is consistent wit! safe, conservative banking, to assist you in any way that we cnn. Farmers & Meronants Bank . The Bank That Backs the Farmer. Capital Surplus and Profits $95,000.00 M. K, I.F.E. rrUlent, t 11. ADAMS, Vice President. W. U. I.OVK. Vice I'rewidoiit R. A. MOIUIOW, Jr., Cs4iier has been good, the wild turkey fares well, forithe air case hits several other similar li ippen- he is indifferent to cold. This fall the turkeys have been non-plussed and at their wits end to find a livina. especially In remote parts of the Caitle Belt, where little is planted. A w ild tiohbler. strayed off to him self for better foraging, had searched far and wide for food, and found lit tle. Cold had driven the frogs and 'other water - dwellers Into winter .quarters. Lizards were few. Smalt fish had pone seaward, looking for warmer water. Several times this gobbler had bnrelv escaped prowling Irushmen There was a scream and tail price, body shot downward from dollars. In a flash the tuignty taions fully eight thousands of There are 7. 56s, 84 S automobiles in the United States and of this num ber North Carolina Is credited vith 109.017. were buried In the flesh of the tur key's breast was torn by the sharp beak, driven with the force of power ful muscles. The eagle ripped huce gashes across the turkey, tore the tl-sh from j XOTU'K OF ADMINISTRATION, its frame, and, hearing an approach- Having qualified as administrator, lug noise, tried to mount and ily ith tnp will anneved, of the estate away with Its feast. of J. K. Row ell, deceased, late of Two young ien in an automobile Vnion county, North Carolina, this came up rapidly and found the eagle g t0 uoiify all persons having claims on Its prey, wnereai. wim a miem.i against the estate of said deceased this spot, the victims cid pot Once he had been shot at. but es caped scot-free, leaving a yellow fauged bitshman swearing by the loadside. What little feed there was the tur key picked up on a plantation, once famous because a countess lived report the hold-ups on account if tin undesirable publicity that woi.ld fol low. The Hanna girl's ston is l the effect that the negro limpt I, h.n a gold tooth, spoke with peculiar iirouiie, foreign to native negroes and wa short and fat.' At the tunc of he Ford murder, she says sl,o was in Spartanburg. I ORANGES I N B M n n We are now receiving regular shipments Florida Oranges direct from groves. By handling in large enough quantities to enable us to buy direct we save you the middle-man's profit. 45 cents per doz.S A fresh shipment every week. B 1 T. C. Lee & Son GENERAL MERCHANDISE PHONE 336. I'ses Tire I'limp mill Quill and Save Cow for Farmer, With a first-aid veterinary kM con sisting of a chicken quill and an au tomobile pump, on of the tenuity aneuts of the United States Depart ment of Agriculture saved a two hundred dollar cow belonging to ; fanner in render county, N. C. This farmer had expressed an un favorable opinion of farmers' co-operative demonstration work, declar ing that he would rather ue hi money for other purposes man In milling to pay the county's portion f tho expense. While he was in town bo received word that li :- val uable cow was attacked wit' t fever. The county agent went home with him and found the neighbors usin,-; primitive methods In treating tht animal for "hollow tail'" and colic. I sing the chicken quill and the au tomobile pump, the county agcit pumped the cow's udder full of air. In less than two hours she was on her teei. Some simple remedies com pleted the cure. The. larmer attempted to give the county aget.t a check for ten loilars. which, of course, was declin -.i. Th firmer, however, became a warm supporter of the farm - extension work. of defiance the bird flew away. They examined the turkey nnd found it ioo torn and mangled to be fit to carry away. Besides the tur key was emaciated, and here was re vealed the story of its undoing. Hunger had driven the bird to its doom, for the wild turkey is the wari-1 est, most cunning and most cautious of birds. Another factor entered Into the In search planted. The rice fields and the pea of p,, aiui premature cold had driven flue foraging grounds ror tne (here. But the plantation is no longer I f!a.Up for tnt, eaKe wnH to exhibit them to the undersigned, or lo his attorney, t Monroe, N. C, on or before 241 h day of November. lUIl, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. All per sons indebted to said estate will please make immediate payment. This 24th day of November. 1920. A. A. SECIIKST. Administrator ! with the Will annexed. W. 0. LBMMOND, Attorney. fields turkey's ancesttvrs, no longer held food lor him. They were grown up in weeds. In his strolling the gobbler passed Vn ancient live oak, beneath whose huge limbs generations of plants lay buried; but the oak was bare of acorns and the pines yielded no mast. Out bevond stretched for mile on fish seaward that Is the smaller fish which are easily taken. The big basj are able to tcke care of thetnselves. Moreover, the eagle's tenant, the rsprey or fish hawk, had gone south ward to Brazil for his winter stay, and Ihe eagle was compelled to do its XOTK'F. OF TIU STKFS SA1.K Under and by virtue of a power contained in a certain d'eed of trust executed by Duke E. Wentt to A. A. ' Edgeworth to secure a certain note ! therein mentioned, a default having been made In payment of said note. I and demand 'having been made by llriMim Curries F.lectrlc I.lghl. An inventor In Maryland has pnr feciod a small electric light to ly at tached to a broom to light t!p.laik corners when his wife sweeps the floors. mile the gray wastes, which had once bi-en rice fields. Now the ses myrtle trew along the old banks, iaUKhtered to feed the guilty. flashing a plaintive glory to the jkies. jtl (g Yemenis, the tragedy was own iisning. . ,. , , . . . ... So here nature had arranged all the holder of said note. I w 11. on the elements of a tragedy and the ! Monday. lh KM day 'f Jaii.mi; y. .i, .vi..i. th riehi nf the 1921, at 12 oclock M., at the court- strong the Innocent were being as is enacted of human house door in Monroe. N. C, offer for sale a two-eighths undivided in terest in and to tho following des cribed tract of land, which lies in Union county, Vance township, and adjoins the lands of Mrs. Nancy By rum, A. I. Vnii!, T. A. Rltiii, and others, and bounded as follows: Beginning at a stake, formerly a P. O., Nancy M. Byrum's and A. I. W'enti's corner, and runs thence with gobbler ( liniieston Officers tint ."522 Oimrts said WenU line 8 7 E 20 chs.. cross- Fields of bulrush took the place of aim(Wt human, such rice, and in the wetler place wampee eVPrv day in the centers and lotus grew, with patches of cat- activity. tall and plumes of pampa grass, i in both nature and man the slogan flinging them. 8i vae Vlctic! Among the straggling trees, there mm grew a few persimmons and one was; !; l.lyioil SK.I.l HE loaded with fruit. The tree stood out in the open. The hungry eyed it from the friendly covert or Off ship. mg a Drancn to a mone nya r. u., k. bulrush. He was famished. The Rr.nt quantity of liquor was O., and two hickories; thence with danger was great, and Instinct taught seized In the bilges of the Clinch- division lin"e S 44 3-4 E. 89 poles to him to be wary; but hunger was field steamship Cotopaxi yesterday by a stake by two hickories and two P. zuawing at his vitals. Food he must State Chief Constable J. L. Foppen- O.'s. Leminontis and Fenneger's cor- . ....... , . . r. 1 : i I.I T'.. t nnm Im .. 1 . J I ....... f 1 1 .11 1 : . . . Iieilll. ano ITOniniWUII r.nioivrun-iii mi iu rtam auira .h. vv run um line. Officer John J. Healy and Custom" thence with Lemniond'B line N t!0 3-4 Inspector Brown, says the Charles-, E 57 1-2 poles, crossing Dry Run ton Sunday News. i Branch, to a P. O. stump and pil'e of: The liquor was removed to a place stones by three sweet gums and two under the custody of the officers, at large dogwoods, T. A. Hitch's corner; will be held as evidence of violation thence wirh his line X. 13 1-2 E 2D of the United States prohibitionlaws, chs to a P. O.; thence X. 36 1-2 W John C. Kennett, of Pleassnt Gar den, Guilford county, died th past week. He representel his county In the legislature twice and had held positions in tho Revenue Service. have, cost what It might; and here. right before his eyes, was food, de liciods food, for the frost had touched the fruit and ripened it. Even then, in a gentle wind, persimmons fell now and then. So, casting caution to the winds, the gobbler ran to the tree, nnd be gan swallowing the Juicy fruit, seed and all. Even as he satisfied hunger, a shadow grew across sky. The turkey kpt looking up as he ate, and finally raught sight of an object that frr.se his blood. It was a giant eagle, a female in search or food. The eagle had not seen the turkey, and probably e would have been It Is reported that no charges have his been made Rgninst any individual so the far. It Is said that the enptain of the Cotopnxl has protested his in nocence, declaring that he was no' aware of the presence of the whiskey. 8.72 chs, crossing said Rry Run to a pine stump; thence X H 1-2 W 1.90 chs to a piti'e knot by a pine and three P. O.'s, the division corner; thence with the division line, X 83 3-8 W 91 1-4 poles to a stake and The officers took off the forty-three pile of stones. Nancy AI. Ilyrum's cor- cases and three sacks of Green Riv- ner, by a II J. and 3 P. O.'s; thence er, Jockey Club, Liberty, Golden Gi-!ith said Byruiu llnV S 77 VV 24 raffe and other brands of whiskey, pdiea to the beginning, containing. safe, provided he had squatted right which appear to hare been taken ninety-two acres (92) more or less, there. The place was so open and aboard liv'a On ban port? In all the I Terms of sale Cash, cpvr so near that he dashed for It. secure Ktnounts to 6S2 quart! of This December 7th, 1920. , No turkey, however, is so swift as whiskey, worth, at th prevailing re- T. T. LIMERICK, Trustee.