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tin of Great Brink
Wht tki atadytag of Spaairh may
amaa U hard ta tall, aalaaa tha Gar
aw haHsra that after tha war tha
*wl straggle Bn made will ha ia Oeo
gal aad Sooth America, aad that
Phan ar that part af tha world where
the^wmr^lma art aerianly fariartsnad
maaeatlm. aa la certain antral
omnMn of ear mlghhiring coerti
Ihtp are a carina let. than Gar
amaa. Tha oMnrs n guard tell am
that wot da of appreciation from tha
Gaamaaa for tha Idad troatenant gtraa
them am vary rare, either eoUecttre
tp or hUrilwRy. The only ocgaai
aaOaa that has ahowa ggwddha
U the mandolin^and^riiur clob. which
tanlty to prarHai la a vacant bar
Ihop had broagkt thetar maakal in
Wramoata' from aboard ship. Almost
or anybody ia tha camp, hawarar. ob
iactad ta the stramariag of a atrlngad
nrrhaatia, aad tha woalrt ha gioa club
had haaa drivaa from plan to ptaoa
Thair oaly Mends ware tha American
ofleera, h> charge of the oaoap, who
made ap their minds that they
moaldat discriminate agataet any
Wad^of awn lament the Germane
tha lonely camp. The players
od thair apyrariatkm—hat that'll
aaan the majority an sailors, aad
that seaman an a aaDn lot anyway.
Other paoplo say H k hoc ana they
an Gormans, aad 1st ft go at that.
About tha only appreciation wa can
•boot aayway ia in Khlaalaad, whan
each Americana aa an nafortanataly
ca ptared by the Germans may almi
aak Bor tha prhdltgn of darning
aad drfriag array tha aw
Get Taste at Demeerecy.
Mate of the German, interned for
the deration of the war frankly eey
they beUrre the Betted Kates m
jnptldef in entering the Elaropian
•■Kt Only they glee as Jaetlflta
the a mm hanSy mfhMtny
and at eartanee with the ml cause.
Thar belters America had a right to
aaier the drer—■In feet, was retegell
WKfi., k amt tar
Idaele aad in dpfemo of hmkded
right* oa the earn Je atfO tee
* Metier far tba Qannan mind to
at tha fofta In
while in tha United Kates, knew very
wed why we tdok ay arms. To them
the whale thing wm e terrible mis
take. ami to them, tee, it grow* In
.: *r **
■met ho of
h filling a
■m Ke Batted Mntee
Kjr toy, in ton tot of dm Germans.
raanaa aad war material and aa aad
ton proneel— of war freight tod
tlnad to seaboard rashes a* lum
•too tight. On top of Ute tha ton
meuw know (Mg the AMtom —a.
papore which they rood that Md£00
American eakilera ere la Fraaea, and
that mtihona more art goiag aver,
tha sabawrinaa to tho cantrary aot>
No longer do Uta 0—aa horn
of a apoady and lag. They to
tha aUoa would be boa tan by
r, but aamjnrr la kara and tho
to aabaatan aad a fresh aad
battgoraet to aatortag the
Hata. Tat there to retottoely llttto
bltta—aaa bare against America. All
tha hats aad fasting name to ba eah<
contested »dll agaiast tha Kagliot
gat, laeid—tally, to Ip
Germany, which cams
toon or torn regal* rly. On* af tha
of a serious shortage of food
rafarriag to tha food sop
ply as aot Inadequate. Bat ha uQa
to* than to aa anmtlag uniformity «f
atatomwit aa to aabrohaa German
tomato aad otaaachaaaa of spirit, mot
wlthttandtog the hardahipe and largo
Outgoing isO is strictly censored.
Tbs Germans ass permitted ta write
twtoa a silt, and letter* at as* moee
tbaa two pages in length. Thqr caa
earreapoad only with their nooflrst
rsiathrss, and arc not able tawrfts
•boot saytbteg imgt (Mr own per
sonal affairs and troataunt.
Bat while tbsir lattsra might pus
tbs American turner, thars is no toll
ing wbat the German coaaor will do
to tbo eonospondonts whoa it rseebos
Gormsay. Per the Gsrmsao interned
but could toll many an interesting
thine, fff liitavici. iboit donoertey
la their own camp, to the talks bool
No Caato System Betacwiisd.
■ark to |9 took to (knwi as to
co to aw acton. Thia i» tto tancnt
titoa that Many hava «var ihyii "to
port," and tton Cm took* to thh**,
UM Majority to tton btoiova It will
ha a Mill topr tku baton thay an
parnlttda to anka a veto voyage
MAT NON* MB UNBNUSTKD.
Prnldnl WOna Bn Faith la Nto
«lto» hiMMlac a Cavtoc Pn>h)
-That then nay ha aaaa it-rrHitoil
on that day" la Cm Mato appeal Made
by TVaatdant Wilson to Cm InUnal
to tba War Matinee Campaign to Jana
M-B. The aapaal la made to every
when ha arc«a to aabot la tha army
to War Mavan and to do thia hatoaa
Pwittoit Wttaon haa groat talth
la.tha paopla to A Marin baaantoc
• nation to nvaea. Ha baitavaa that
whan ok tha paapia to thia iinntiy
tha Mnt to.
•ary tor this
Can to iaana a war lean, far tha ran.
•an ty ton Thrift Mevnaaat and tha
lhat caanfery tor two yean, hava tan
Me British Traaaary. That
Than axe two waja of enlisting as
a War Barer, explaiaa a toilette from
State Headquarters. Owe stay Is to
ndaes as—topttan to a wax ha ala,
"We must abstain froa* srsooaasary
expenditures in the wsy of comforts
and services. We moat avoid waste
la the use of necessary things Hks
food and fuel. Every hoaaehald
■hlch gets oa with aae servant leas
set* one laborer free for war work.
Every tan ed coal saved la the cellar
Is * ten ef coal gained for the fac
tory or tbe shop. Every change ef
diet whlA enables as to keep ap aor
health with leaa expensive feed re
leasee a corresponding saount ef food
t* feed tbe AlUes."
laws ere an effort to supply this in*
creased demand, but every individgl
mat work end produce that his
country may have a sufficient amount
at home sod for her soldiers and Al
SIMPLE WAT OF LENGTHENING
Praqaeut Bsaarinettag Diaclase Bs
glaalage of 8 trims Treaties.
Preparatory, to estahiisfaiog the life
extension unit in tbe health depart
ment of Davidaoa county Dr. E. F.
Lang la apendlng some time at the
Stale Una stories* whom he is taking
diagnosis. Dr. Long**la^tba^^ibri*
Usee county health officer for Derid
there. The tnrfniBg he is now iw
eaMag will eaaUc Mm to aateztafly
inert*ta the scope ef the health work
to Davidson comity.
; The Ufa axtogtoa suit la among
the meat Important to the program
hp the Burma at County Health
Wm|i ef tha State Board «f Bantth,
tBn-^psi— fan atoa-ahum! (Bxsaffirdha
work, to ha aafartahg.
to that the Ufa «rt»—Ini -nVtotS'
la the' aaeato yaa* to i—h^toto
aattoaa to alqlto. la otor to Aetoat
mv fearer afcaak whtafa Might totar.
It aatoaatog, 4wto*f* tote .aerlehe
toahtoy. to the toll rlMiil. Par tha
—eft tha ii—ty health aflear to (to
lar the —a* ‘hrie^T—toT*—rtohi
hatot, — tat— a whale fey, aaah
the eeaaty. The ytoa to the weeh la
wtotoaM—rabe^nidhar that to tha
aaw hator hae hy a— life laear
ate Wa’an—n to —toTaTto—t
■Mat, la eaM’f aaaa tha yaBaae to
lar tall—to to <to to—Uy ptyetetea.
— teua ^acUMrfyr t—ataa—t.
S3 la a «M* twy.ato —4M>to
natty aaito tf Itoei-ril aaity
aaaaffh. T— totoa tha taal taaetta
la an iaato aatt tt to too lata. Tha
MMtohaMaart—to —to to to
laaato tha— taaaftl— hi Mr hah
hto* » toa atoyto way to aaahy
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