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my stock and getting my price?
before bujfng your groceries else
where, fltore on Market street.
Washington. N .C. C has. L. (Men.
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RIG BARGAIN: TWO RORSRS, S
years eld. weighing about 1000
pounds. Sound, gentle and will
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C. B. BELL.
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IK FOTKD: A ONE-YEAR-OLD
heifer calf. Owner must apply for
Same at once. Calf la red la color.
See Chief of Police Roberta.
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fully equipped with 5 H. P. La
throp engine and magneto attach
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Washington, N. C.
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POR SALE: ONE M ARE S jtmm oM.
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HO ALUM-NO PHOSPHATE
THE SHE DRIVE ENDHIIS
' EEHn ZEPPELIN USE
(United Pre* BUI Correspondent) '
London. Nor. 8.?The groat An
glo-French offensive on the 8omme
In Northern Fraaee today has direct
bearing on future Zeppelin raids on
England. This hint was given to the
Called Preee today by a British offi
cial la .a position to know.
If the Anglo-French forces on the
Sam roe drive a wider and deeper
wedge lato the Oermaa line, the en
tire line must eventually fall back to
straighten Itself. This would mean
that the Allied aerial basee In North
ern Praace would also pove forward.
The aatnral sequence Is that German'
military aad aviation bases both la
Belgium aad across the Rhlae, be
come from a strategical and military
point of view, more legitimate ob
jectives for Allied air squadrons.
Hitherto. Allied air forcee have been
able to make long dlstaace raids, but
not heavy ones.
The great Zeppelin hangars In Bel
glum, Including those now under
construction and those In Oermany
from which the present raiding Zep
pelins operate, will become practical
ly useless to Oermany.
According to expert opinion here
file not Illogical to believe that theee
and their contehts, under
iuch conditions, would be a total loss
unless the German move tbem to*
safer places. Safer placee In this in
stance would mean far Into the in
terior of Qermany. Thus all present
calculations concerning the Zeppelin
radius of action, atmospheric condi
tions and other scientific problems of
Zeppelin raids on England would
hare to made over again. Even the
radius of the great euper-Zeppellns
would be seriously cut down and the
smaller type of airship probably
would become wholly useless so far
as strafing England Is concerned.
A recent British communique, de
tailing a raid by eighty aeroplanes
carrying tons of high explosives,
gives s further hint of the force
which (he allies can put intp use
against Zeppelin lairs within 9 safe
radius of a readjusted Western
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MCI SHE IS HII BUCK I
H THE HI HIE
By QBORCU MARTIN,
(United Preee tmC Oorrospawtat)
Ntw York. Not. ?.?? pol la 01 the
Frenoh front not Ion? ago told Prw
tdeat Polnenlre that when the AlUee
h">r?? pushed the Teutons back to the
Rhino then will "glva the Oerman
people n republic." t .
In the Beet today la ? very huaky.
my earnest, rery lntenae French
man with a cloee-cropped ran Bj%e
beard W\q Is preparing to trarel aH
orer the ynlted States and explain
that re^anf. . . .4
M. Jules Bole. the man. Is a spec
ial envoy of the French government
to the United States. His task iaNo
explain the difference, as he sees it.
between French and Oerman Cul
ture. He said today that the polip'#
remark waa the result of his mental
schooling In French culture?"a fem
inine culture band on love, not a
masculine culture based on conqueet.
"The teaching of .French culture
t? as important a part of Um train
ing of lighting man In the armories
of Franca," said M. Bo Is. "ss is the
military drill. I do not know that
this U trn? la your United States,
bat It might vail be. Tho polln's
remark epitomised the spirit of
Trench culture. Along with his
baronet and run h? got the Idea that
ba could not uae either In attack, but
only in honorable defence. French
culture la a culture for the women,
the children and the weak m much
as It la for the strong man. Every
Frenchman who fall* upon the bat
tlefields of Europe dies that the Ideal
of Individuality In nations may en
Between now and January 1. M.
Boli will deliver addresses at all the
large universities In the east. After
the first of the yesr s tour of the
west, beginning st New Orleans, will
be made by him.
? Buenos Aire?. Oct. 16.? (By Mail)
?The city authorities today bellere
they have beatea - the strike of
nurses in the Buenos Aires munlcl-1
pkl hospitals. The walkout resulted
from the attempt to substitute Wo
men for men nurses. It was con
tended that the former were better,
than the latter who were gradually
being replaced as women were grad
uated from the local school for
nurses. , In an effort to compel
abandonment of thle system, the men
nurses struck, leaving 4,645 patients
temporarily uncared for.
Sisters of Charity, medical students
and othor volunteers rallied to the
aid of the women nurses nlready In
the service and now the city officials
say the change from men to women
nurses has been made for good,
though they were forced to affect It
sooner than they had originally in
MANY FREAK BETS
HADE IN NEW YORK
New York. Nov. 8.?Today in New
York City could be seen the effect*
of many a lost bet on the election.
One man came down 'Broadway in a
wheelbarrow with hia hat put on bot
tom-aide .up- On 42nd 8treet could
be seen a man daahing down the
street wearing a full dress suit and
a ladiea hat. At the corner of |
Broadway and Twenty-third street j
there was seen a man riding down I
town on a surface car. He was puf |
off by a policeman before he had1
gone very far.
Men came down town about noon
wearing one tan and one black shoe,
with trousers rolled to the knees and
coats on Inside out. But the funniest
sight of all was a man at the Grand
Central station who, with long mus
tache and whiskers, was cleanly
shaven on one side and wore white
suspenders over a blue coat and
striped trousers of red, white and
blue. At other points could be seen
men riding horseback backwards and
wearing most unsightly uniforms.
Will learn to earn
more cents if bank
Bank of Washmgton
Washington. N. C.
E. Carolina Teachers Trainmg School
A Stat? acbool i? train tMchtri (or tba public aebotli of Nortb Car
olina Et?tj ?n*rf7 1? dlroctad to ibis ono porpoa?. Tuition If* to
all who acroo to toaeb. Fall Torn began September 14. 191?.
For eatalogua and oibor Information addroaa.
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features for old and young.
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Tuesday, Wednesday and
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Thursday, Friday & Saturday
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