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THE CREENEVILLE DAILY SUN, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1819.
THRO Albert N. Moore Tells of Sights in N French Capitol Brest, France. Dear sister: Have just returned from a trip to Paris, so will try to tell you some thing of my trip. On last Thursday, the 10th, I went to the R. T. 0. and made the necessary arrangements for our trip, Corporal Cohen and I. At 7:30 P. M. we boarded the train and proceeded on our journey. Corporal Cohen said he would turn over his francs to me and I could pay the bills. Don't know why. Probably because I am the senior N. C, 0. We arrived at Montparnesse Sta tion, Paris, at 8:3!) A M., Friday. Then we took the Metro subway to Place de la Concorde. From there we went to Grand Hotel de Pavillion and escured a room. After having luncheon, we took a trip over the city, visiting some of the most important points of the city. First we visited the church, through, the roof of which the Big Bertha sent a shell killing 90 persons and wound-, ing 126. This happened on Good Friday while the people were con gregated in the church. Next we viewed the Cathedral of Notre Dame, which was built in 1165, being near ly 800 years old, and in which lies the original crown of thorns which Christ wore at the crucifixion, or it is said to be the original crown. It is only shown during Holy Week Easter so I did not get to see it. It was in Notre Dame that all the Kings were crowned and all the bish ops and archbishops are buried. Next we visited a palace of one of the old kings which was a very mag nificent edifice. Then we passed on to the tomb of Napoleon, which is made of a very fine granite, and is in a palace whose windows are made of a peculiar glass. The sun shines or the tomb all the time; even on a cloudy day the glass admits the light in such a way that it seems the sun is shining. From there we made our way to the Palace de Justice. I had the honor of sitting on the juror's bench of the Supreme Court of the Repub lic of France. There were so many things I can't mention all of them, but the next thing in order was the Pantheon de TGuerre. A picture of the war which was completed in four years by 19 artists, two doing the main work end seventeen the detail work. It rep resented all the nations that took part in the war. It's dimensions are circumference. 360 ft.; height, 40 ft. Thence we proceeded to the Eiffel Tower, where the famous Galileo made his experiment concerning fall ing bodies. The Tower reaches to a height of 984 ft, including the flag on top, 1,000 ft. I also had the pleasure of looking upon the great ferris wheel which was shown at the world's fair. It's height is 310 feet. I wanted tq take a ride on it and ascend the tower but did not get to do either. Now let us pass down the Boule vard de Italiens, which is lined with captured guns of all types. Just a word about the public square, and I will stop my descrip tion of Paris, because my letter will be rather long. The square is where the public ex ecutions were carried out at one time. I was told that four hundred heads were chopped off in that square. A magnificent Egyptian obelisk stands on the left and a beautiful fountain on the right. Saturday morning Co hen and I made our own picture by standing before a large mirror in CLOSE IN Reasons for selling, owners living out of town. 4-Room House and Hall; large lot, 81x200 feet: splendid barn ; can be converted into a dwelling at small expense. Granolitic sidewalks all the way to business center. Terms reasonable. 6-Room House and Lot, close in. Easy terms. Vacant Lot, 100x98 feet; on graded street, grano litic walk to business center. N. T. HOWARD & CO. HAVE Y0USCR0FULA? Now Said to Be as Ofton Acquired ai Inherited. It is generally and chiefly indicated by eruptions and sore3, but in many cases it enlarges the glands of the neck, affects the internal organs, es pecially the lungs, and if neglected may develop into consumption. It causes many troubles, and is aggravated by impure air, unwhole some food, bad water, too much heat or cold, and want of proper exercise. Hood's Sarsaparilla, the medicine that, has been used with so much satisfaction by three generations, is wonderfully successful in the treat ment of scrofula. Give it a trial. If a cathartic or laxative is needed, take Hood's Pills, there is nothing better for biliousness or constipation. our room. He said he wanted a pic ture to send to his folks, so they could see who was taking care of him while in Paris. I call it the city of allurements; a very appropriate name, it seems to me. Now for Sat urday afternoon. , We took a trip to Versailles, visit ing the Palace of King Louis 14th. We passed through all the rooms of the King and Queen halls and chap els.. There are some tapestries there that are over 200 years old and havq not faded. Then comes the Hall of War whicl has seventeen windows to admit the light and seventeen false ones to rej fleet the light. When in use 450,000 candles were required to light it. Then we passed into a beautiful room in which the treaty of peace will be signed. Enclosed is a card that I ad dressed to you on the table upon which the treaty of peace will be signed. Let us pass to the marble stairway, a' stairway that is made of the finest marble. And lastly we feasted our eyes on the beautiful paintings in the Hall of Battles. Some of the finest paintings in the world are hanging in this hall. After passing out of the palace wt wandered through the park, viewing the beautiful fountains, lakes, stat ues. I have made my description of thr palace very brief because my letter is getting lengthy, or will be by the ! time I get it finished. Saturday night we went to the cirque de Paris to see the wrestling and boxing matches pulled off. Sunday we took a walk through the ity viewing some magnificent struc tures, and on Monday afternoon we took a trip by boat on the Seine. Wr made the trip to St. Cloud and back to our starting point in four hours. While making the trip we passed un der 32 bridges, one a very artistic bridge which was presented to Paris by the Czar of Russia. On this trip, by chance, I fell in with two members of the W. O. H. What is that? you say. I'll explain Womens' Overseas Hospitals. Of course they were ladies, one a doctor and the other a nurse. Did you evei see a lady doctor? They seemed t( like to talk to me pretty well, sc they stayed with me during the whole trip, which made it all the more in teresting for me. At one point along the river it erected a copy of the Statue of Lib erty, which caused a peculiar sensa tion to fall on us; and I might add that it looked good to us. At St. Cloud we got off the boat and climbed to the summit of the hill where we viewed the Cascades that were erected by Louis 14th. After feasting our eyes on the beautiful scenes to our hearts content, we de scended the hill to the boat and steamed back to Paris proper. We then took the Metro and arrived at Montparnasse Station in time to take the 8 :00 o'clock train for Brest, but BARGAINS Plot for Nation wide Uprising Is Frustrated WASHINGTON. Nov. 8. Hun dreds of radicals, including many de scribed as among the most dangerous anarchist agitators in the country, were arrested last night by the De partment of Justice agents in simul taneous raids upon radical headquar ters in many cities of the United States, It was learne that thirty-six warrants had been issued by Commis sioner General of Immigration Cam inetti for men in New York, consid ered particularly active in creating unrest, and it was reported that these men had been caught. A nation-wide plot to defy gov ernment authority openly is said to have been nipped in the bud upon the eve of the second anniversary of the establishment or the Russian soviet government. This plot, it is alleged, had been advocated for weeks by combined radical elements throughout the United States, includ ing the I. W. W. anarachists and Russian agitators. Plans for the radis, which took olace in New York, Philadelphia, Chi cago, Detroit, St. Louis, Newark, N. J.; Jackson, Mich.; Waterbury and Ansonia, Conn., and other cities, have been in preparation for weeks, it was aid in Washington. William J. Flynn, head of the De partment of Justice's iflvision of in vestigation had general supervision of the roundup of agitators. The more important prisoners, it was said, would, be held for deportation. Congressman Sells Mustered In WASHINGTON, Nov. 7. Repre sentative Sam R. Sells, of Tennessee. hairman of the House Pension Com mittee, a Spanish American war vet eran, who has been elected a member of the President's Own Garrison No. 104, Armv and Navy Union of the United States, was mustered into that organization at a meeting in G. A. R. Hall last night. He addressed the garrison. Other speakers were: Rep resentatives Clyde Kelley, of Penn sylvania, and W. Frank James, of Michigan. SPEEDWELL Sunday school at this place is pro gressing nicely. Mrs. S. O. Greenway and daughter, Inez, also Miss Matilda Shelton spent one evening last week with Mrs. Hat tie Gibson. Misses Annie, Mary and Ozell Guinn spent Saturday night with Miss Louise Gray. Miss Oma Gibson spent Saturday night with Miss Annie Russell. Miss Ella Susong is visiting friends and relatives at this place. Misg Bertie Vannoy called on Miss Annie Russell Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gibson and lit tle daughter dined Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Guinn. Misses Jennie Mae and Annie Crumley spent the week end with their mother. Messrs. Kenneth and Robert Slu der and Willie Russell called on Mr. Dana Gibson Sunday afternoon. Messrs. Burl Morrell and Bruce Guinn left Thursday for Akron, Ohio SCHOOL GIRL. wishing we had a leave of eight days in Paris instead of four. Our train arrived at Brest at 11 :30 Tuesday morning. Now I have given you a brief de scription of my trip to Paris "the city of allurements." I bought some views of the places I have described to you, and I will send the mto you later. So you can for msome idea of what I have seen. I wouldn't have missed the trip for anything. It has been very interest ing as well as educational. On my return I found that I had four letters; one from you, one from Juanita, one from Geo. Holder, and one from uncle Tivis. The latter twe were written the first of October. Last night the First Sergeant want ed to know if I would like to go to the show down town. I told him I had not thought of going as I had just got back from Paris, and he told me if I wanted go he had a ticket fori me. So I told him we were off, and away we went. The show was put on by the Q M. C. and proved to be very inter esting. As this is going to be a book in stead of a letter, I must bring it to a close. Your brother, CORPL. ALBERT N. MOORE. P. W. E. Co. No. 246; A. P. O. 716 American E. F. DAILY SUN WANT ADS PAY. Name "Bayer" on Genuine Aspirin GET RELIEF WITHOUT FEAR AS TOLD IN "BAYER PACKAGE".. The '"Bayer Cross" is the signa ture of the true "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin." The name "Bayer" is on ly on genuine Aspirin prescribed by physicians for over eighteen years. In every handy "Bayer" package are proper directions for Cohta, Headache, Toothache, Earache, Neu ralgia, Rheumatism, Lumbago, Sciat ica, Neuritis and for Pain generally. Tin boxes of 12 tablets, cost only a few cents. Druggists also sell lar ger "Bayer" packages. Aspirin is the t rade mark of Bayer Manufac ture of Monoaceticaeidester of Sali cylicacid. Palmer Wants Troops Sent to Virginia Mines RICHMAN, Va., Nov. 7. Hiram M. Smith, Federal district attorney: was in conference with Governor Da vis, for an hour or more early yes terday afternoon urging upon him thti necessity of having Federal troop? sent to Appalachia in Wise county, to auell disturbances reported in the coal fields in that section and to give protection to miners who have ex-j pressed a willingness to return to work. It was explained that Dr. Garfield, Federal Fuel Commissioner, visited the Appalachia fields a day or so ago and was informed that quite a number of the miners on strike were eager to resume work but fear ed violence at the hands of other strikers. Mr. Smith acted at the re quest of Attorney General A. Mitch ell Palmer from whom he received an urgent telegram yesterday. Gover nor Davis deferred his decision until eight o'clock last night. Mr. Smith received from him a communication, at that hour and forwarded it to Washington. Meanwhile, he deemed it expedient not to disclose its con tents. Efforts on the part of report ers to locate the Governor later prov ed unsuccessful. MT. AIRY We have been having some cool weather lately and Jack Frost has been visitin gthis place. The people of this place are busy sowing wheat and gathering corn. Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Reynolds and son, Lawrence, attended the revival at River Hill Wednesday. Miss Mary Guinn spent the night with Miss Bell Gibbs Thursday. Mr. M. M. Susong was visiting the school at Mt. Airy Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Huff spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. John Roberts. Mr. Joe Susong spent Monday night with Messrs. Fred Russell and Mar cellus Massey. Miss Inez Greenway spent Tues day night with Miss Jennie Russell. Mr. B. F. Russell and son, Fred, made a business trip to Greenevillc monday. BLUE EYES AND BLUE BIRD. WOMAN SO ILL COULD NOT WALK Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Restored Her to Health. Perth Amboy, N.J. "For three years 1 suffered with a severe female trouble, was ner vous, had backache and a pain in my side most of the time. I had dizzy spells and was often so faint 1 could not walk across the floor. The doc tor said I would have to have an operation. I read about Lydia E. Finkham's Vege table Compound in mv newsDaDer. and tried it Now 1 am better, leel strong, have no pains, backache or dizzy spells. Every one tells me how well I look, and 1 tell them to use Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound that is what makes me feel well and look well. I recommended it to my sister and she is using it now. You can use this letter if you wish, for it is certainly a grand remedy for a woman's ills." Mrs. Martha Stanislawski, 524 Penniji., Perth Amboy, N.J. For forty years Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Comjiound has been overcom ing such serious conditions as displace ments, inflammation, ulceration, irreg ularities, periodic pains, backache, diz ziness, and nervous prostration of women, and is now considered the stan dard remedy for such ailments. - . IK. Campaign Started for 45,000 Families in Religious League PITTSBURGH, Pa., Nov. 8. A house-to-house canvass of every Unit ed Presbvterian family in America will he conducted November 9 by New World Movement campaigners in their efforts to enroll 45,000 fam ilies in the Family Alter League as part of their movement to revitalize religion in the home. Special sermons will be preached by all pastors on the subject and in every congregation a committee of six will conduct the campaign for members of the altar league. A sur- ev is being made of the church mem bership to learn in how many homes religious services are being held, usiness men are being enlisted in the campaign to prove by personal xample that home services are feasi ble in the modern home. A sym posium by ten of the leading business men in the church membership is being distributed as an argument that successful merchants, bankers and financiers still find time for prayer ind reading of the Bible in their home. The campaign is being directed by Dr. J. Knox Montgomery, president of Muskingum College, who has es tablished offices in Pittsburgh, as sec retary of the department of spiritual life of the New World Movement. DEBUSK We are having some cool nights at this time. Our first frost for this year came n November 4lh. Mr. Walter Cook and children are reported quite ill. They took sud denly worse on Thursday and a doc tor was summoned. Mr. Jeff Devoti is reported in a verv serious condition, with but little hopes of his recovery unless there is h change in the near future. He has been in bad health for several years. Those who called at the home of Mr. Jeff Devoti Thursday afternoon were, Mrs. William Roberts ard Mrs. R. C. Jones, of this place, Mrs. Willie Roberts, of Ealy's, also a Mrs. Gentry and a Mrs. Wilson. Mrs. R. F. Shipley spent Wudnas- dav afternoon at the pleasant home Vf- o,,J lira Willinm Rnhflft.s. 1 Ul Hi i . auu 'nu. ........... -. - - Several from this place have been attending the revival meeting at River Hill church. We hope that much and lasting good has been donu. Quite a r.umber of our folks are moving. Mr. Robt. Hipp has moved to the R. K. Webster farm and Mr. Grover Hipp has moved to the Harri son Cutshall farm. We are sorry to report Mr. Scott Wykle not so well at this time. Mr. Bob Harmon was the guest for dinner at Mr. and Mrs. William Rob erts' Wednesday. Mrs. Mollie Roberts spent Friday afternoon with Mrs. Matt Bird, who is not so well. Mr. J. Rufus Reed is building a house on the farm he recently pur chased from J. R. Hancy. Mr. and Mrs. Claud McCampbell, Mrs. R. C. Jones, Mr. Bert Swecker, Miss Mabel Kate Wells and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cogdill all went to Greene ville Friday. Farmers are all busy getting their wheat in the ground. They are hav ing some fine weather for it even though they are a little late. GYPSY, Asheville Woman Attacked by Negro ASHEVILLE, N. C, Nov. 7.--Searching parties, including practi cally every available officer in Ashe ville, continued shortly after mid night in an attempt to locate the un known negro who early last, night at-, tacked a white woman in West Ashe ville. The police have a strip torn from the front of the negro's shirt by the woman, which it is believed, will identify him once he is caught. The negro mad?' three attempts to attack the woman and the first; time she trip ped him and he fell to the street. The second time he tore her clothing. She is now in n hysterical condition due to fright and is attended by two physicians. "Jim Crow" Law Brought Into Play LITTLE HOCK. Ark., Nov. 8.-In the first case ever tried in Arkansas under the state "Jim Crow" law, M. L. Meador, a workman at Camp Pike, wis awarded $2,r00 damages against the Missouri Pacific railroad yester day. .Meador was badly cut when he tried to eject a negro from a pas senger coach reserved for whites. He contended the railroac was negligent in allowing the negro to ride in a coach with white passengers. ATLANTA. Mrs. Mary Davis of this city has claimed that her hus band was a spree artist and had de serted her for the West. She is try ing to follow him as far as Reno. CRYSTAL SPRINGS, Miss. After traveling 117,375 miles in fifteen years in her little buggy behind her faithful old nag, Mrs. Carrie King, the first rural mail carrier appointed, has sent in her resignation to the post office department Mrs. King will re tire to a farm near this place. Itching, Scratching, Skin Diseases That Burn Like Flames of Fire Hr It Sensible Treatment That Get Prompt Results. Eczema and similar skin troubles come from a disordered, impure condition of the blood, and they can only be cured by giving the blood a thorough cleansing, and removing from it all traces of im purity. . This is why S. S. P. has been used so successfully in hundreds of mmam Unlets a lien ob tains abundant elements rlunntr ill mm lit to malt A feathers, she will draw on her system, impoverishing the blood, nerves and muscles. This prolongs the moult and leaves the hen in such poof rnnrlilinn that he tnav not lav until Snrinnr. FVulhM are Utaelv brotein. -'I" ""O" ' Begin now to feed Purina Chicken high in leather and ejg A scientific, high-protein tr k fiH in -niiI Wtioht tU Tkoio. turn the perfect ration for moulting and laying hens. Purina Chicken Chowder is Dot a tonic, but a pure feed containing granulated meat, alfalfa flour, wheat bran, wheat mid dlings, linseed meul.etc. high protein coo centrales. More Egg -money This Winter . PurinaChickenChowderfed now means high priced eggs this winter. The reasonable cost will come back many times over in extra eggs. Order today from Ihovm flJJJJ iWlMl Armitage Wholesale Grocery Company (DISTRIBUTORS) IE c a package c a package c a package THE FLAUOR LASTS SO DOES THE PRICE! fr -fr ! 4 ! -I 4 4 4 AT THE PRINCESS. 4 "fr 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 MONDAY 15th Episode of "Elmo the Mighty," also good two-reel comedy and Hearst News. TUESDAY Norma Talmadge in "The Way of a Woman." Admis sion 1 0 and 20 cents. 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