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' ' r- c ! wmil aTairs to fitiil out for kin:-! PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY BY The Herald Publishing Co., lac. J. T. Stainback . r. Kitvok R M. Siiiiti: . . Man.;i:u Subscription $2.00 a Year in A l i u s" TELEPHONE R.O tfntered hh i-Vum! ('In Mutvr At n. W, litl-J, Ht tho I'uct. (M!ir ill K lUpiiln, North (Velum, uai' r V f March 3, 18711. All coiiitminii'Htiur' i!;'Hi I ' tulilrvMHfd to Hie HemM PultSi.-liin- ' . IVrmitiH wishing n-turti of iik-s, u a in nil CH.i'S enclose 8tttni( M. All i'iinl: of thanks, rr-H'iut i.ai-j ef a ,;ifi't etc., ill' , will In' i h!i"!.i : t ht- raW of t. n ccn!- p.-r ' i -; must Hi'foinjmny article i'i .il! ; 'i.- ret where cuntonuT l:n- n a ,..':' :e'- COIIIlt NO tLHTtll.'l.t. I' ll il' : i ; than ll'i cents. Friday, May 20, 1921 Crist tor dndee ( I'd!;!!'.'1' -mill scorns to In- ; vt;r.i::!.it:n , rit'ht aloivr. Matewan, Wot j.,,,:n:;;i. : carrying on very much ns t!;e..t.i it had boon settled ly emi'.r.ii.t from Mateawun, Now YeM.. A strong upw ard tetaii m the price of Inn-tch ha.- ' noted in the local market ! ai week hy the Morally Stunts. The .iunkirvjr oi' nvaMa'ie means in so many v.ords tls;;t tin majority of Nortli Car.'dr.ia.: think honesty is anytime I at the best policy. A Kinsti.n of!;c-r has vl -n-tarily reduced his salary hundred (iollars a ear. I- :t ti; article doesn't stale t- what ::. stitution he was committed. We see by the pa! rs :h.it Prof. Carpcntier has arriv.-d : e his little argument ',. 1 'r. 1 Hmipsy and i f Carpcut h-r d. : . t knock that yellow stria!, i.:... way to eternity aad MeM, shall refuse t a he o!..rU-i. The ('ensii- liuiva : r ; increase in the value . ;' Ma. i county farm larals and htn.di: during the decade -ndea: ' ary 1, aaae.a.ia u i . -MM per cent. Look- like t'n-r.-milit have hi-er -vr:i na.-: :. the tevalvati r, M- ,n ::': r a. ins an X Kay Machine for the Roanoke Rapids Hospital. self what is vhr on within tiny i ,;,,,, rtf lt ,.Vwits in our 1 have made an X Kay exam- school walls. Tuesday's I'esti-. ( mmi.iitv, . e desire for th h ation of Mr. Vicks proposition i val jrave to all el' us a clearer ; nl,erMiin of our Church to j and the exposure shows that this lwlied so easilv iue;i in uie u:i-.misii.i;i' aim em.-i- iMi'-p;eiil puiaiciv tile eiloris i wuu,"i , i ' ' ... II ...... l.-nrvu' tmey el the school muring anJ success ot the last several , discipline than we had h !-tc. .-, i,-, law enfotvoinent made ; Im'aieii'niw t!s . ."uo iv ear paiiee under I lie leader tile '-.eeiii'aa' , .iin,-.- - t at we would scarcely know that we had made an ell'ort. I feel perfectly sure that the th" iv-A !'nv ili'ae-.M h.ia thrir n if.-' els. and fur all ihnl '-': h,:s e.ah'isln-d all in '. '. m:;; . as! (ierniany s'stw Ki'.v.a- ! ''!' tile 1 a Vi ' : pie a , n ( , I a :iv i i i-. , , le late Si I' II II,. t lilll.1.1 UH v ,1,1, I - , . I. llolfo !na s .a ;a;111 ..iilant (.'hief We ' operauves oi mo - f . -cl. f. , : ,aat we express not onlvourin the community would gladly I .r.c . hut also that other ; contribute the small amount re- vi-ie'' ci-.rch..mle.r ..r best type j quired to make this addition to t!-.'d at ,a',.,:' sap , the institution. .' . . , ,, , ,. i I We are proud Hospital, the . lvi :..-! i l;e !,. ard ei .stewards, ' , f , , , , ., , loetors, Supermteiulent, ami ' the Nurses are second to none. i Now lets add to all of this an i'a.eis Pure;, a?i:ie, 1 X Kay Machine. Wo can do it, X it;y Machine I mid by heck we will d o it if 'someone will start th" hall roll la 1 1,.- i a ' . aes ef tin1 Herald , iiv.r. Mr. ie: 1 ,. an article reaanl-i d. M. I'nderwood. an, ; w Men ', ilea' bl ei. " f . liiim-Mor cur ..Kocotg in l!io Modeim 'YVtty K. t!at fire worth transferrin-; arc worth i ; , "; rr.:;vt::iently accessible shape. The z .'., - ; tranafa- cases meet just such re(;uire ;a a' a $:Sc, sanitary, convenient, and perma :....!. ?!.:' iTst cost is the last. Oillee Furniture The illustration shews how Allstrt'l transfer cases are .laelnal. The legs oil e;tch ' i Men interloek with the frame on the section beneath. Tl.a as ma'-.y units as are usee re held fa-mly toi -'ther. This 'lie Eavis from 15 to 25' ,' floor spac cfver wood lecausc of its greater fling capacity. Whether you need files, safes, desks, tables, or shelv ing, yen will fmd here the very unit to fit your requirements in the 1seeline of office f u r n i t u r e t h e equipment that be longs with success. ef TX) BE lionet - to be kind - to oarn a little and to spend a lit tlo loss - to make upon the whole a family happier for his presence to renounce when that shall be necessary and not be embittered - to keep a few friends but those without , capitulation -above all, on the same grim condition, to keep friends with himself - here is a task for all that a man has of forti tude and delicacy. - R. L. Stevenson. 1 - - ' e- - ,-tri HERPAJ) PUBLISHING CO. 4 On Savings 4 The First National Bank of Roanoke Rapids Member of the Federal Reserve System C A. WYCl IF, IV si. S. F. PATTERSON, V-Prt. j. r. stainmack, Cashier T. W. M. LONG. V-Pimi. ;.t i ii inri-s Uf every ,iai i:. Te l. income tax, the t i..vt-:r.!'.. will be compelled t sper: cents to cover tiie f"-v.y past wars and prepare u-r f. : .r-.-wars. It would seem (M e that war is more bar. . M ai. .-.. joyable and profitable t h;a. .. other activity of humaa i.a. i. The Holy Keller j.-.-t-- :. his text t'other nhrht frnm ,. editor's column of !: t l ii iaM paper and seems to have clearly demonstrated tiie finding of td ditional proof ii!:' the "per-en i. devil" doKma in the par- en . the editor himself. Now that our private opinions of each, other have been gotten out ef our systems, we probably bi.i a feel better. THE FESTIVAL Tis Lots Better This Years Friends the 1 r- sa r: 1,-Ma, If la ie! ' ; Tiaa ara :M that Manaaa , P ', ! , , ' - a i . r - a iunjr and iiar-i read t fere she can tru."r-e ' . ' ': e: ! :im. e 1 :l 1! l ; , nil. ill.;:: I" ; a ,, vi;.: : i n-. !,.-..! ' . . . ii,,- t. i.i i ,i IS. ',1.;;. ' a p . !il i: i: S t aa,' (ii.,,-. Mi e,f , !. .rihity : ; .:, .- ma,- e,.,i - ..I ti. i- ,... : -at P. -a mil a, Sv t. a, iCellta l't The faculty of Roanoke Rapids Public Schools and the commun ity at large are to be congratu lated upon the Festival tfh'en by the Junior Grades of the Rosemary and Central Schools on last Tuesday. Probably none except those who actually did it can have a fully adequate con ception of the amount of time, energy and patience required to train so well the several hun dred children who participated. We wish that those disgruntled souls who yearn so constantly to know "where all the money goes" that is expended in the operation of our educational plant could have witnessed the Festival. To all but the moyt niggardly it must have been a . most gratifying dividend on a large a large and profitable in vestment. The schools are doing wonder ful work even if the most of us do know very little about it. Superintendent Coltrane and his faculty do very little press agenting and the average ci ur i. I;i I. j j-i.T I ami ci'e- i Woriil. J.Ut t a ' ' ta. f ' e:-:-;,, . i tae i if rt ef t'i" natieif that h .t tered her v.: ';-n- p'v t -ihr , to maintain af lien ,M' v ' seance towar ' in a humilh.tiiir pei ; nomic subjection. .hy wi.i be i free slow iy to work out her own 1 destiny. Rut there mast be no I mistake about the necessary ' steps. The ( lerman ( !ov(-rr,m-nt must not lose a day in balancim: its budget and stahiliain;.; its !i- nances. Overdue measures of 1 taxation must be imposed. Fares ' and rates on the State railways i must be leveled up to the average I in France and England. To her ; heavy industrial tasks Germany 'must bend every tmcry. Her people have got to feel the pinch I bqth of taxes and severe econo i mies and hard labor. All dreams of restoration of the old regime must resolutely be put .aside. : Rut if (Jermany docs all this,, sincerely renounces the obsession ; of world domination and also ev- j cry thought and plan of revenge, ! and presently tfives convincing: proof of a determination to meet her obligations and to devote: herself to the arts of peace, she ; may count upon winning the in-, ternational place whichA'ill thenl be due to her. --New ork Times . I,, 1921 Chautauqua Then You'll Remember Me" ' Vi lli : otlier Ii), ami otli-r ln .uts" ;, ' m l.n tin' ri'-t iuul lire ji . .1 ..t t ! -hiiiiaiiin,' tli.it walPPni.u'ii ari.i iiiDii ''Ti'ii- IJ'-ln mi in ."ill. Vmi li;ti ) . itril thi- ..!! aii l tliu.-c iitluT I.iMir itc .-0 ef!. n mi tliii j.liiiiii.r.ilili tliiit jnii Hi" ' !"ie- t" 1ii-,ir tl-m sung Iiy inli-.'- in rial vniiff. Vniir iii'iiii.tnn:!y rominj! T!ie ( !i:iiit:iiHi-ifi ir,ir;ini, t lie icn wre 'inn, ini liiili s a niini!i tt- ri iulitiuii uf ll ilii 's ii.'is niii.il fav.ii itp. An c- vriini-ul ciist. or-titniiJ liy tlie Mil tmi Al.ujn StuiliiH, uf N'cw Vciik City, nu.l icis(iiiiillv omrtii'il by Mr. Alinrn, v. il in'i-iin't 1 1 ip uporn with full rust, clmriH and nrehfsti'a. 1I uu- liivi'rs of tliis town are for ,ruimt(n this fxeeptiuiial oji)Ortunity to rwuiv their acquaintance with their favorite songs. You will agree with us too when you see the program "The Bohemian Girl" will delight you and if that comedy - drama "Nothing But The Truth" don't make you laugh lots - you are laugh proof. A Season Ticket For The Entire Week $2.50 0 The General Admissions Total $9.00 Get Your Season Ticket Now College Boys in Hussars "The day uf tli old rounh ncck banJsnitn it .st" i the theory on which Dunbar' White Huaaara U or jjuniicd. When they present their feature (ull evening'i prof?ram at th coining Chautauqua our citUen will he entertained by a company tonaUt ing moatly of college men, all of them under thirty, a clean, manly group of youn' fellow, Jio will make atrik ing appearance in their apick ami span whit, uniform. nepresentativea of Indiana Unlvcr thy, Ohio State, Ann Arbor and Co lumbia arc included In the company. Intelligent fellow who take their muaical work aerioualy, they ar In tht work becauw they lov. it; pay ing la to them a Joy, not taak. Their enthusiaam i contagioua; th audience feeU tha Rood tim It going to hav aa tht company Upa on to the platform. Chorua. aonga and emM n1"--cat numbera which rival th raaultt of froupa many time a Urga M tWturw of .very progiam. 1921 Chautauqua Punch and Judy Coming Yes Chautauqua Will Soon Be With us! Bang I Slap I Craihl "You wilt do itl" Noise and mort noiael What U it all about t' Don't get excited) It I merely a warning of what tht chil dren will hear and tet when they ' attend tht big Children' AfUraooa program at tht coming Chautauqua and aet tht big Punch and Judy ahow by Profetaor Will H. Smith. All tht grown up havt uen Punch and Judy ahow tome time, and they think they know Jut what make those littlt puppet act ao in telligently. Ia it that they art con trolled by wire? Or rubber bandar Or just how ia it that they act ao quickly and accurately f Th aecret ia hard (o diacovtr. St tht big ahow at tht Chautauqua Tent l x A i J ii H. wwA.ii.MJI.i i.i J..'