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G-U-U-R.R-A-A-T-E GOLLY! Shades of Napoleon! Here we come! Head us! And so here is a sample of how awful bad the great statesmen of the world want peace and, dis- armament. r I I clip the following news story from one of the bigphite papers, and I am going to give you the headlines, sub-heads and all, so you can see. just how sincere they are in their disarmament tcllk. All the way from President Hardtimes on down or up, "whichever it is they have no notion of trying to disarm. They are only trying to pull off a few stage stunts in order to fool the common folks and make them think that something big is being done. But now just listen: ( GAS APPROVED BY MILITARY EXPERTS Conference on Limitation of Armament Will Not Recom mend its Abolition DOUBTS OF PERMANENT PEACE The Proposition Is Advanced tv.q n r,oe -RnmV. ia TTirrnoihr oC Humane as a 'vLOOO-Pound .ii-ii ti j OUcll Ui JLUrpCUU. I Washington Poison gas as a aneans of warfare lias come to stay. AmorW ilitarv fixnerts ioin with those of other countries in insisting that the gas bomb is iust as Humane - , I a, the torpedo or the 'v shell. Any idea that the United States army experts will advise the Ameri- ean delegation to the conference on limitation of armaments to propose the abolition of poison gasses can be dismissed as out of the question. President Harding in his invitation to the other powers pointed out that 'it may be found advisable to f ormu- iate proposals by which in the interest of humanity the use of new agencies Soiled.- A canvass of military authorities develops the fact that the American , army holds chemical warfare to be a rocugiuu "uaMxC wartare-that it is just as desirable as any other means of killing the troops of the enemy. Mr. Harding himself in his speech to the army war college spoke his doubts about permanent peace and iTirhrif Art tnn.r, armifis and navifis vovJd always be necessary. xrr, Annt vm, ror-tnn m win N0y don t yOU reckon We Will I play smash at getting disarma- ment trom a gangtnat talks nice tQf? t inot nrarf vnn tn hnQh that? Ijuat want you to hush, as Tom Watts says. I composed most of the dope in this issue right at the type case, putting it in type with my own hands just as fast as I got it hatched: Do you want some more like it to oil your thinker with? Need another line here. Got it. THE FOOL-KILLER, BOOMER, N, C. WONDERS OF THE FUTURE. I ' I find that a great many people are sorter puzzled about-these smash-up which is certain to fol modern wonders that are coming low the Disagreement Conference into the world so thick and fast, They can't understand what it means, and they are wondering what, it will all Iparl tr in the future. Just a few days ago I was tilk- ing to a man on this subject. The conversation started about the modern improved methods of travelling the convenience and sneed nf the! automobile as com- pared, to the slow and clumsy methods of the past. From that the conversation drifted on to the various other startling achieve- ments of modern invention and discovery. Leaning back and drawing a long breath, my neighbor said: "Well, it's wonderful. We can see that the progress made in the Past ers nas Dea reaier j rf 1 1 l I than m thousands of years belore. But do you suppose the change in the next 25 years will be as great as it has been during the last 25? Yes, and a great deal more, sez I. sez Mr. Neighbor. "It don't seem Possible. It looks like everything has a read v been invented that " n be. 1 can t think ot anything else." JNO," sez I, ana you COUian't think of the things that have al- roRAr c.nmp. ' until somebodv else " thoujAt them first But there wni1 uc mvcutiVO mmuB xu uuo future, and they will go right on inventing and discovering more wonderful things than you can nnBfl:Ww ;moff;no " . AUUlliaHS "utu- V1C cannot begin to comprehend what the world will be like even 25 years f rom now. There is no pos- hibility that inventivo Progress W1U SA(W ul- wn mQ otner nana' it is certain to get faster. And just try to imagine what it would oe m vears even at tne present . . whv stnoo.prs tllA irna:n. . ' aiIUU w 4V "" x. Ut course we see that the art or science of government is not keep- ing pace with the rapid improve- . - .i i- r ment m omer .mes. xno mven- ""us a wor f fh. 'MrP.amp.rs"-f)nl whn haye im8gipation and caa look , , R t fh h - ftf aneacl- t tne business or gov ernment is still in the handa, of ignorant and short-sighted 'politi- cians who aie so hang-taked practical" that they still try to run the governments by the law of the jungle-brute force. The political "dreamers" believe there is a better way to run govern That the "Jewish Double" as ments, but they hay e never been given in prophecy is an absolute permitted to try it, lv snrp nrnnf nf the time when But the old out-of-date jungle methods of government are going to peter out pretty soon. The big will iust about finish these old fang - and - claw governments, and then a more civilized system of Urovernmp.nt". ost-n Via AefnhlicViPrl in the world, so that the science of government can take its place along with the other progressive things. Then it will be possible for all the people to get the benefit of these ornat inventions an dicpnv- cries. They are coming in now for that very purpose to be here ready for the glorious Millennial Age. These things will be largely instrumental. in making the earth an Eden, Please Learn Something. Suppose a little ehrht year old school boy who was just learning to spell "cat" should butt in and try to dispute the teacher of the 1 algebra class. You would think that kid was a little too fresh, wouldn't you? Wp.11. hnnpr that's snrtprtTiA way I feel when some of these- i1PTp i it-tip nrthnrinv fpllprs trvHn be so wise and tell me that Mn'f TOi,of t UUil LV11U vv vnai. a cn.il mining i about. For instance, when I say J that the preachers have lied to! t.hP npnn p fnr thnnsanrts nf vears and taught them all sorts ; of nkntlf I WlUaKiliUtlUUO O.KJJA UCOWl tuu Lhfi herpaftpr. snmp 1Me - anc upstart Will cut loose ana caH"me all sorts of bad fnames. nd when I trv to reason 1 with him nr! nhzr him thprRihlP - r 1... i proois ior wnac i say-nu sir, ue aon's want to near any 01 tnat. just because he knows nothing about the nroofs he thinks they do not exist. The average person does not know any of the following facts: That the Great Pyramid of i Egypt corroborates the Bible Qr a nmiros fho nhnno P an nf f. 8, inat tne jew is tne Key mux, uni0cks nearly all the mysteries of the Bible and makes it all harmonize and give good sense; D . That everj thing in the old Jewish order was a. type ot some- Lt - : it. ! rTn, ftf fimr, tT7 ,,,, , and dates, mostly hidden under navmhnlism hn. gjjj there That the length of time the Gentiles should, rule the world is D0Sitivelv . sriven as 2520 years, beginning 606 B. C. and ending 1914 A. D.; PAGE THREB God's favor would return to the Jews; That history shows that it DID come to. pass just on time; That the 70 Jewish Jubilee cy-. cles of 50 years each show the time when the Great Jubilee will be due to start. , All f these things and many more are in the Bible, but - the average Bible reader has never seen them nor heard of them. . Even the preachers do not know that such proofs exist. But in their ignorance they go around disputing the word of people who DO know. To those of us who have given lotg' years of careful study to these things it is sorter hard to have patience with the big talk of people who have never studied them at all. Say, mister, please learn some thing before you talk so big. In a world where nearly every body are liars it is sometimes dangerous (to tell the truth. It don't take much scratching of Daugherty's skin to find old Gregory underneath. Wouldn't you love to have you Iian!ce ""le league , oi Nations a" umscui H Inland was just one Ireland i mammy iiigianu icould manage it. But Ireland seems to De twins. "BLUETS and BUTTERCUPS" This little book of poems was writ en by the wife of . James Larkia Pearson, editor qf The Fool-Killer. The book contains about 20 poems, a 'ew written in the author's girlhood lays, but most of them in later life, (t is neatly printed, and has a pic ture of the author. I will send you ne postpaid for 25 cents, and I will ilso throw in for good measure an other little book entitled "An Auto biographical Sketch of James Larkin Pearson," giving a complete history f The Fool-Killer and its editor. Mrs. Cora Wallace Pearson. Boomer, N. C. STATEMENT Of the ownership, management, cir culation, etc., required by the act of Aug. 24, 1912, of The Fool -Killer, published monthly at Boomer, N. C, for October, 1921. Editor: J. L. Pearson, Boomer, N. C. Managing Editor: J. L. Pearson, Boomer,. N. C. 1 Business Manager, J. L Pesrson, Boomer, N. C. . Publisher, J. L. Pearson, Boom er, N. C. Owner: J. L. Pearson, Boomer, N. C. (Signed) J. L. PEARSON, Editor. , Sworn to and subscribed before me this 28 day of September, 121. MATTIE F. GREER, Postmaster.