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A! i f V I f I': Is rUBUSHED EVERT FRIDAY II The Herald Publishing Co., Inc. J. T. Stainback F. M. Shute . . Editor Manager Subscription $2.00 Tear in Adnce TELEPHONE 570 Entered m Second CImi Matter April S, 1914, at the Post Office at Roanoke Kapida, Nortb Caroline, under Act of March 8. 1879. All communication! thould be addreeeed to the Herald Publishing Co. Pereoni wiahinR return of ma, muitt in all eaaea enclose stamps. All cards of thanks, resolutions of re apct etc., etc., will be charged for at the rate of ten cents per line, cash roust acccmpany article in all caaei ex cept where customer bas a regular ac count No insertions made for leas than 25 cants. Friday, June 3, 1921 Don't forget to send those old clothes to the Armenians. Have you bought that season ticket to Chautauqua yet? Glory be! They are talking about that hard surfaced road to Weldon again. If seizing the Bergdoll kale doesn t make him cry kamerad he is little like the rest of his tribe. June brides peaches roses bugs That $400,000,000.00 railway wage cut listens good 'to those of us who have been paying the freight. Colonel Harvey is not from Kansas but he has all of the Kansan's proverbial capacity for spilling the beans. Ye paragrapher will continue to enjoy his storms right on the ground, having lost absolutely nothing in the upper atmosphere. Somebody has figured that Wil liam Jennings has travelled 600, 000 miles in the last twenty-five years. But remember he was . jrunning half that time. The convention ofHtHJtcfcMSIl" ufacturers and Retailers now be ing held at the county jail under the auspices of Chief Jackson Vis becoming a marked success. fhe attendance is increasing eadily and if a few more of the iers in the profession can be ced to attend, the gathering quite representative. It is tood that Judge Cranmer ress the representatives : well chosen sentences. We Build, and around us every where are the agencies released which only tear down. We Build, and on every hand the wrath and the passions of men are bringing divisions and disruptions. We Build, and the continents are torn asunder with social strife and racial bitterness. We Build, and disease and pestilence are holding carnival in all the countries. We Build, and in a back alley of my home town I have seen enough squalorand gaunt penury to absorb thecity's total annual appropriation to public charity. We Build, and in a few wards of this community are at work agencies destructive and virulent enough in their social passions to contaminate this whole city with the same spirit that drenched nations in blood. What a moment, this, then, for red blooded militant men to go forth, robed as artisans of the precious metal of human destiny, to recast society upon a foundation of fellowship, and to draw about it the girdle of charity which is the sign and symbol of perfection! The opportunity is ours, here and everywhere. The spirit which brooded over chaos in the dim beginning of time is brooding again over today's dis orders. The voice which started the centuries with the command for light is again vocative in the earth. O, the dawn is upon us; The pale light climbs to its zenith With glamor and golden dart. Up men, boots and saddles! Give spurs to your steeds, There are cities beleaguered That cry for men's deeds With the pain of the world in their cavernous hearts. Ours be the triumph! Humanity calls. Life's not a dream in clover. On to the walls! On the walls and over." JulianS. Miller, Editor Charlotte News. 11 W ' '' ' ) (1; '5' LICENSED EMBALMER ' , l , U SgfSN Roanoke Rapids, - - N. C. i'j M ' !men, fat men, and above aW married men, are con sidered best risks by security companies" declares a represent ative of the National Surety Company. Just what relation "cussing" and avoirdupois have to honesty we are not certain, but there is no question but that amilitantly energetic frau, in these days of Women's Rights, has a strongly deterrent effect upon friend hubby's departure from the straight and narrow. Mr. F. M. Shute Resigns We announce with regret the resignation of Mr. F. M. Shute as Secretary-Treasurer and Manager of the Herald Publish ing Company. Mr. Shute has held this position with us for near ly three years and during this time has made many friends in the community. The best wishes of the Herald staff go with him in his new undertaking in wider fields of en deavor, and we do not hesitate to predict for him that success which his energy and ability de serve. For the present at least there will be no further changes in the personnel of the Herald staff. 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