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VOL. XIII. N0..45. FOURTH SESIS3 SALI3BUEY, S. C,
THE LIBERTY ISSN.
Wfey t!t3 Govarnment Nesis Your
and why we ars at War.
For the purpose of
equipping with arms, clothing
nod food our gallant soldiers
who have been called to the
maintaining our Navy and oar
valiant tars upon the iiigh
Providing the necessary
means to pay the wages of
our soldiers and sailors and,
if the bill now pending in th-
Con . ress passes, the monthly
allowances for the supporl of
their dependant families and
to supply them with 4ife in
surance; constructing a great fleet of
merchani vessels lo maint.tiu
the lie of communication
with our. brave troops in
France, and to keep our
commerce afloat upon .. tn
hiifh selis in defiance of the
German Kaiser and his sub-
. creatinga great fleet of aero
planes whicn will give com
plete supremacy in the air to
the United States and th
brave nations fighting with
us against the German mili
tary menace; and for other
necessary war purposes.
The Congress of the United
States has authorized the Sec
retary Of the Treasury t ) s al 1
the American pi ple bond.; of
the United States bearing
four per cent interest, with
va'ua le tax exemptions, and
convertible under certain con
ditions into other issues of
United i States bonds that may
be authorized by the Cone;rr.ss
The official circular, of the
Treasury Department j,ives
There is now offered to the
. American people a new isue
of $3,000,000,000 of bonds to
be known as the Second Libr
erty Loan. They will b is
sued in such denominations
and upon such terms .that
every patriotic citizen will
have an opportunity to a.isist
the Government by lending
his money upon the
of a United States
It is essential to the
of the war and to the
of our srallant troops that
these loans shall not only be
subscribed, but oversubscrib
erT, No one is asked to give
or donate his money to the
Government: but every or a is
to lend his money to the Go em
inent; The loans will be repaid
in full with interest at the rate
of four per cent per annum A
Government bond is the safest
investment in the world: it is as
good as currency and yet better,
because the investment com
pares with it for safety, ready
convertibility into in any bank
in the United States.
People by thousands ask the
treasury constantly now they
can help the Government in this
war. Through the purchase of
Liberty Bonds every one can
help. No more patriotic duty
can be performed by those who
cannot actually fight upoii the
field of battle than tofurnih the
Government witn tne nrcces-
sary money to enable it to give
our brave soldiers and sailors
all that they require to make
them strong for the fighi and
capable of wincing a swift vie-
tory over our enemy.
We fight first, of allifor Aiiieri
ca's vital rights' the riahtr to the
unmolested and unobstructed
use of the high seas so that the
surplus products of our farms,
Paciical Courses in Agriculture For Farmers.
Dean C B v ilihtms says that
active arrangements are being
made to putinfinalshape the short
c iursesin asrricuit-.-.ro for farm
ers. that are to start on October
.30 at the State College, Raliegh,
and continue for sixteen weeks.
These corr&es havr been especi
ally designed to gh-e tiiose who
come to the Johege for this
short practical instruction, infor
mation along different lines of
farming practiced in the State
that may be put into use on the
home farm by those who come.
The early farming in North
Carolina under pioneer condi
tions of society was a compara
tively simple operation, but in
this day and time as farming
has become more complex and
commercial enterprise and when
crop- arp raised on a large scale
for competition in world markets
the well informed and alert farm
er, oiher things beiug equal, is
the one who is going to make the
most out of his farming opera
tions. The courses, as arranged
will no doubt greatly aid those
taking them to become more
modern and businesslike in
their farming operations than
:ney could otherwise possibly
drives Out Malaria, Builds Up System
Che Old Standard general Firenethening tonic,
JROVE'S TASTELESS chil1. TONIC, driyes out
vlalaria, enriches the blood, aud builds up thesy s
em. A true ionic. For adults and children. 60c
our mirier and our factories may
be carried into the harbors of
every friendly nation in the
world. Our welfare and pros
perity as a people depend upon
cur right of peaceful intercourse
wfth all nations" of the earth.
To abandon thee rights by
withdrawing our ships and com
merce from the seas upon the
order of a military despot in
Europe would destroy prosperi
ty and bring disaster and humil
iation upon the Americau people.
We fight to protect our citi
zens against assassination and
murder upon the high seas
while in the peaceful exercise of
those rights demanded by inter
national law and every instinct
and dictate of humanity.
We tight to preserve our, dem
ocratic institutions and our sov
ereignty as a nation against the
menace of a powerful and ruth
less military autocracy headed
by the German Kaiser, whose
ambition is to dominate the
We tight also for the noble
ideal of universal democracy and
liberty, the right oi the smallest
and weakest nations equally
with the most powerful to live
and govern themselves accord
ing to the will of their own peo
ple. We fight for peace, for that
lasting peace which agonized
and tortured humanity craves
and which not the sword nor
the bayonet of a military despot
but the supremacy of vindicated
right alone can restore to a dis
To secure these ends I appeal
to every man and woman who re
sides upon the soil of free Amer
ica and enjoys the blesings of
her priceless institutions to join
the League oi Patriots by pur
chasing a Liberty Dond.
Eat slowly, mast cat your iooO
thoroughly abstain from meat
for a few days and in most cases
the sour stomach will disappear
lf it does not, take one of Cham
berlam's T ablets immediatly at- j
ter supper Red n eats are most;
- - i 1 - S - - A 1 I
11KC1V lO caufee cour siouiacu dnu;vt:i, druist will refund "money if PAZO
vou mav find rt best to cut them ' 2 f.vr fails to cure y case of itchiw.
G9V. WfeKman Pays Slirrins Tribute toPresi -
New York, Qct 14. Governor
Whitman Republican, paid a
stirring tribute to President Wil
son in a patriotic address to the
con.greg'atton of St Paul's Meth
od th Episcopal 'Churcti.
''As we contemplate the solii
this ligure who is ruling over
the destinies of our hundred mil
lion people," the governor said
;anc' consider th tremendous
task he has before him, we are
no longer democrats, or republi-q
cans, or progressives, but Amer
What certain persons termed
"apathy" in the attitude of the
American people toward the war,
he asserted in reality was "our
national poise "
"Today the United States
leads the whole world in muster
ing materials and in the sweep
of the human mind," he added.
'The European nations had the!
false impression that America is
the land of the dollar arid
thought the Yankees wouldn't
fight. All history gives the lie
to these slanders Our dollars
have carried food to the hungry,
help to the wouuded; and health
to the sick. Peace is our devo
tion. but not our obsession."
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy the Most Re
liable. . . .
After many years' experience
in the use of it and other cough
medicines, there are many who
prefer Chamberlain's to anv oth
er. Mrs A ' C Kirstein, Green
ville, Ills, writes "Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy has been used in
mv mother's home and mine for
years, and we always found it a
quick cure for colds and ,bronchrL
lal troubles. We find it to be
the most reh ible courh medicine
we have used "
C!y!r Sarvice Examinations to be Held in
The Civil Service Commission
airiouujes that it will hold exam
inations in the federal building
!in Salisbury for the positions
Aid. light house service, male
Liuo'ype machinist, male,.
Apprentice fi3h culturist, male.
Assistant observer, male.
hirst class steam engineer,
Library assistant, male and
Pressfeeder, male and female.
November 7th and 8th.:
Junior engineer caning, male.
Scientific asbistat, male and
Deck officer, male.
Steele plate transferer, male.
November 14th :
Clerk departmental service',
male und female.
Special agent in educational
community organization, male.
Chief clerk, male,
Accounting and . statistica
Physical Laboratory help
Immigrant. Inspector, male.
November 21 and 22 :
Mining draftsman, male.
Special field agent in Entomo
Call at Salisbury post office
- fci application blanks, ietc.
pr.es Curedln 6 to 14 Days
i iiaa,.ieeaingorTr tracing aiesinoioi4aays.
Ttie first application gives 3ase and Reit. 56s.
pjasmngtpn; uci. y uer-
nf oiS military remUb now
sf'Is a-r:lcar : decreased for the
Hjt titne ince the war bejjran.
according -to a review based upon
dvi of the French , general staff
nx'Affe public here tonight by the
F$it3ch high commission.
'Worn down and driven back, by
tl trevv r-ceasing poundingof
1biilfies on the wes'ern front
tMatemeut says' the Germans
hft&.tpade their supreme mili
tary-; efforf after drawing heavily
upon ineir inactive armies in
tbeueast. and call ;ng out their
191 and part of the 1919 re
ierts. 1 Jehus while the allies have
, " - -
readied and are prepared to
! maintain-- their full strength
wtf&g awaiting- the cominer ' of
America's great armv, the en
nrjhs resources, are diminishing
at ihe. ve,ry moment when the
minrary siiuaiion aemanas tnat
c'fhis shows," concludes the
statement, "the decisive charact
er Attending ihe operations of-
lylpr, when three great democra
cies England, France and Amer-
icatti unite their entire strength
inttacking the enemy in con-
oi&aity- with the only sound prin-
cips of war "
0 Cure a Cold In One Day.
TakaxEAXATlVE BROMO Quinine. It stooa the
Coughs and Headache and works off cthe Cold.
Druggists refund money if it faila to cure.
. W, GKOVE'b signature on each box. 30c.
slaif of Hawaii has Unique Wondois,
Among the m'kuy unique
wToradVrs of the IslaTidjOf Ha
waU art: :
active volcauo in the world.
Phe.-largest isianH uicun
tain mass in the world.
rX wo til ow p ped m ou n
taiijs rising ..nearly 14,0(0 feet
f rotn a tropical ea coast .
yrea1 -hanks of hot sulphur
inroces of formation.
undreds cf marvelous
lava ciivrns extending for
Oreal forests of koa or na-
tM& mab gauyN tmea.
h$ 1 orgeat f. Test oi: tree
feriis hi the uttivTse
.j.-nirtv-inree neiaus r.- an
riii-i a j i i
cleat temples ot'i iol v?( rship.
, ixtraoi diiiary series of
faier fa is in basaltic lava
Yast- lava fields thickly
etile4, with olivines.
, A chain of fourleen great
vofcanic craters extending for
twenty miles in a straight
Many great cinder cones
arjl weird lava formations.
pome of the loveliest trc pi
c&l scenery in the world.
i'he famous cave of refug
atgKalapana in the heart of
thS noted Bird ot Para Use
sxJnique Japanese fi.-hing
sampan harbor in m.uitb of
.31a'ny of miles of magnifi
cent cpffee plantations and
thj only plantation in- ih
woria wnere conee id srrowrj
uder groves of hhade trees.
-The largest rubber trees in
the western hemisphere.
Jif-your children are subject to
cwup get abottle of Chamberlain's
Gfeug-h Remedy, and when te at
tack comes on be careful to fol
lojv the plain printed, directions.
Yqvl will be surprised at the
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qlCK relief which It affords.
Pro. Paul Eltzbacher writing
in tlfe German Newspaper, Das
Grossere Deutachland, September
"Our General; Staff and our
other authorhivis, in preparlu
for the Next . War. will see to h
that froin the oulset we are sup
plied as we! i as possi ble w iJ h
food and raw materials. Our
Admiralty Stsif will provide Us
with the subm irines with which,
in luture, we &hall be able to
conduct the War ag-ainst the civil
population of that State which,
for the last three years, has cut
off food from our women and
children, and thereby paved the
way for the new international
aw, which hence forward will
serve as a sure foundation for
submarine trade war."
Winand Enl writing is th
"A peace which -is concluded
before one of the two opponents,
England or German v, is clearly
and complete!', defeated is a
sham peace, which, after a lev
years, must caue the mt t
revive, with redoubled violarice.'-
''German policy also is forced
to ootain for itself bv all con
ceivable m..ans domination .;
the world ea. I .deliberately
use tne expression 'dormnatioix
over the world sea' and not ihe
expression 'freedom of the seas'
which is so common today, Thf-
latter expression is either dt.-. .tu
est or stupid. The sa is free .for
us only if we dominate it."
ven and women of the navion,
shall there be another great war?
then' lend your money to your
To put '(town" a whole "people
run mad under criminal rulers in
whose very blood runs the lu-it
for war aid who have fattened
and grown powerful as a result
of previous wars. The time nas
come to conquer or suomit.
State of Ohio, City of Toledo,
Lucas County, ss,
Frank J. Cheney makes oath
that he is senoir mrtner of the
firm of P. J. Cheney & Co , doing
business in the City of Toledo,
and that said firm will pay the
sura of UMJS HUNDRED DOL
LA17S for each and every ease of
Ca nrrh that cannot be cured by
the use of HALL'S CATARRH
FRANK - J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me snd sub
scribed in my presance, this 6th
day of December, A. W. treason.
A. D. 1886.
(Seal) Notary public-.
Bail's Catarrh Medicine is taken
internally and acts through the
Blood on the Mucus Surfaces
of the System. S-jnd for itsti
F. J. CHENEY & Co t Toledo,
O. Sold by ail druggist 75c.
Hall's Family Pit's for constipa
Reason for SubsGiibiK te Liberty Bonds.
"It is my business to decide if
there shall be war. There is only
one law and that is my law."
The Gem in cmpei'r.
' Let all who fall into your handa
be at your mercy. Just as the
Huns a thousand years ago, under
the leadership of Attila, gained a
reputation in virtue of which they
still in historical tradition, so may
the name of Germany become
known in such a manner in China
that no Chinaman will ever even
dare look askance at a German."
; The German emperor at the
time of Bxer Rebellion
It is. certain that a man that
studieth revenge keepeth his own
wound green, wl;ch otherwise
would heal. Bacon.
Th9 Quinine Tfcat Does I .'rt Affect the 'stead
Etcause of it9 tovis and Iazative effect. LAX A.
T1VE BROMC Ql INlNEisbttterthanord.ary i
rf-V. . ! 1 - m . ;
Quinine aBd Ioe? not croe raiwousuesB nor
rinsing in he&a. Re-aemccr the full name and
loot for the signature o is. w. G&0V3. 30c.
THE LIBERTY LOAN.
Attention, People of M Carolina! Open
Hearts! March! Now Is t&a Hme.
Your President has called
on yftu. , Your Governor has
appealed to you Your boys,
6 -on to4 be in the trenches,
are t u r n i r wistful ey es to
ou Tfcu.y bear your names:
hall they uot in their
eiaipment bear abroad un
equaled evidence ot your
Open pocket-books! Double
"Ihe winters in France are
fold: are you willing for these
plucky hoys to shiver for lack
dollars to be converted in
) w ol ami warmth? Your
iMe known no lack; can you
and fir our oos : broad to
h ivn ks abundance? Our
V have to f hoot: are you
Vi ling f..r jiiem to fire With
way for every
: w i bVh an
h!- of lives:
? ii ii'- !ada !ih ve
ju'n halt 5 e without
Active barrage of
)t -a-;io !. of"
vhM Vim-.! h-il-? fly-
.'2. iiirtchiu ij - rt-.jl eiiHiuy
a:ul tni1e evry raovr
;ri;4ht otoni ami,, . shall t'hy
6t.-he to gi!5ly mi! gnnr
MtsiJ t'i;niisbKi thft tJiey
will hover Tke a protective
chnid over th sons of our
homed Brave men wifl drop
hali they t erish f or fack of
hospitals equipped with evry
healing art to nurse them
tuck to robustness. Crossing
the ocean ia dangerous unless
'convoy? encompass the trans
portrs shall attending con
voy not bki multiplied until
our troop-ships sail through
guaided lanes? ,
To supply this clothing,
f iod, guns, cannon, hoepitals,
flying machines, ships, mon
ey, money, money is quickly
needed. Let us not love our
dol.ars mnre than our boys.
It us out of our abundance
or outcf our sacrifice p'ovide
an t-qnipment worthy of the
magnificient manhood and
proud annals cf our loved
country. Act this hour.
Central Committee for
Federal Court Busy with liquor Cas
' The term of the Federal court
transferred from Statesville g-ot
down to work last Wednesday
and disposed of a number of
cases, mostly for illicit distill
ing. Judge Boyd who is pre
siding is very considerate in bis
sentences and give the violaters
a square deal every time.
Some who were given jail sent
ences were allowed time to re
turn home and gather their
crops and prepare for their ab
sence, while others who could
not pay their lines in full were
permitted 'to make partial pay
ments. There was one case
from Caldwell county where a
young man was charged with
violating the darft act. He
was probably under ago and his
case was docketed and he was
dismissed. Bob Freeze of this
county, charged with distilhnp
was lined $100 and one month in
The coart do d Fr.dav n,l
iha ftrliehniM t.-m -rrr;i. .
i . , ,J x " w as lO
be held this week was cancelled.