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strategic potato at the regions. A
right tJ.T*ef the Bhint between the
stream and s line drawn parallel to tt
40 kilo—tern to the east from the
frentier of Holland to the parallel of
Gernshohn sad aa far as practicable
a distance at JU kilometers from the
Mlt of the stream this parallel upon
. the Swiss frontier. Evacuation by
the enemy on the Rhine lands shall
be aa ordered ns to he completed with
h a farther period of 11 days in all
l» days after the signs taro of the
**fl^Ii»^U#t»rrttofY raaraatod by the
—my thera sha^ be no cvacnatlon at
sataWirtanenta rf ^ljcinda^^^
mifwtr. The allied power* and the
Halted States shell be ehle to dispose
ef these ptieoaers aa they wish.
arm be eared for by
aal wbe will be left ee the spot with
tha amdleal material requl red.
Disposition ntativr ta the aaatsca
froatitr* of Garmaayi
IS- All Gesasaa troop* at present
la **y territory which before the war
bay aha* withdraw within the fron
tiers ef Germany a* they existed oa
August l, IMA
la. Hyaenatisa bp German troop,
to bayta at sms aad all ta
aad ctyfiiaoa as
tondtory of I iadsflaul Wore
l*H) to ha:
1A Osbmb, i to eeaaa st once
.' ilk The alltoa shall hay* 4m* ae
aam to tha test busies amssmtoi by
the Germaas ontheir eastern frontier
either thraayh bawdy er by the Via
tala to order to seamy supplies Ho the
•f these ter silos tee or for
IT. Unconditional capitulation ef
*■ Oertoaa farces opsmtiay In Bast
Africa witkia ooe month.
to. Rapatriatlen .without reciproc
ity. wttoln a maximum period of one
amato, la strordeess with detailed
•wtoWon* hereafter to be total of all
civilians Interned er departed who
assy be citUeoe ef other allied or as
aodstod states than thorn mentioned
to dame three, perayreph It, with
the reservation that any fetor* claims
aad demands of tha allies and tha
United Skates of America remain un
1*. Tha followiay financial condi
tions are required: Reparation for
daawyo don*. While suck armistice
is to force a* public securities shall
b» removed by the enemy which cat
serve aa a pledge ta the allies fur the
recovery or reparation for war I-n tv*.
Immediate restitution ef e-.*i> de
posit in the National Bar\ of Bel
gium, and in general rvurn of all
decuascBts, spade, * The, shares,
paper mcnay, toyeth'r with plant for
the issue thereof, t.aching public or
private interns* in the invaded rour
IHes. Resti--'ion of too Baseian aad
Ramanisa " M ylaldad to Germany er
taken by that power. This void ta ha
dattni ul la trust to the altim until
tha signatures of pease.
position* of theta are U ha indicated
**■ f>»adBta of aeeaaa to and from ,
tha Baltic to bo given to the na v a I
sad ■ereantik awriass af tba aMed
and associated powers. To secure this
•ha silks aad the UaHad States of
Atonies shall be empowered to oo
«W aU Oanurn forts, fnrtHsatlaas.
batteries aad defense works af ail1
kind* la all the entrances frost tha
Catagat into tha Baltic, and to awcop
*P sU the toinaa and obatructioaa
widdn German territorial water*
withoat any question af aaatrality ba*
lag raised and tha positions of all
such toinaa and obstruction* arc to b*
M. The existing blockade sondl
«kaa set ap by tba allies aad aaaodat.
•ad an Osman merchant sM^teCdl
«t «• •»• to (eesain liable to captor*. I
IT* An a*sal aircraft are to bat
concentrated aad ImmsbiUsad in Gor
Maa bases to ba spedflad by tha alliaa
•ad tha United State* af America.
» ta evacuating the Belgian
_...__ fif all ktada.
*- AD Blast; saa porta to ba era
hy Germany, aU Basal an war
«f an -‘ttttIuHiim —»*—« w.
la thg Slash' in are to ba
J over to the aBiaa and tha
W^id States of America; sH aaatral
Mvfvhaet vsssili seised are to ba ra*
kaaad; all warlike and other materials
rf all Mads seised hi theaa pom arc
to ba rvtsrasd and German auterials
shandsasir* ** *****' **■*•*• ba .
*0. All merchant -mill is Ger
bmb hands belonging ta the. all tad
and aaaodatad power* an ti hi n
•tmad ta porta to be specified by tha
alliee and tha United States of A
mertsa wtthsat reciprocity.
*1- Nl destruction of ships or of
amtoriala to he permitted before are
eaatfan, surrender or rmteratioo.
**• The Gortnan government shat]
foatally notify the neutral era
meats of tha world aad par-i-dlaHy
tha gonracamaats of No*wr>r. Sweden,
Denmark aad Holland, that all re
strictions placed on the trading of
•heir vessels with t’ac allied and as
sociated coant rim, whether by the
German gmv’-nmcnt or hy private
German lr,<-' nti. and whether in ra
ter* for peeiftc nuemwii such as
tha «"i-'rt of shlpbatiding materials
or n:i, at* iramodiatcly/cancclled.'
3J. No transfer* of ^Gcrmiiu .mc-r
Kant shipping of any description to
any neutral Sag are to take, place
after signature of tto unaiitica
Duration of armistice:
34. Tto duration of the armistice ;
is to be 80 days, with optioa to extend.
During tbli period, on failure of ex
ecution of any of tto above clauses,
tha armistice 'may to denounced by i
one of the contracting parties. oS 48 ]
boars previous notice.
Time limit for reply:
88. This armistice ta be accepted
or refused by Germany within Tt
hoars of notification.
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Auction Sale Of Desirable
The Dr. W. T. Herndon residence on Conly street
in the Town of Laurinburg will be sold at auction
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19th, 3 P. m!
« • % %
. This 9-room modern home is located in a most desir
able section of Laurinburg—good neighbors and close-in
A little more than a block from Main street On north
side of Conly street opposite the First Baptist church and
adjoining the lots of Dr. Peter McLean and Mr. G. W
A commodious home v/ith all modern conveniences, 6
closets, bath room, pantry, electric lights, water and sewer
age. Lot fronts 65 feet on Conly street and extends 150 feet
to alley. Has good bam and cook houses with running
water in bam. Remember the dato—Tuesday. November
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H s)j$ i$13
‘■■‘/ •■''j __ES
W. H. WEATHERSPOON, Trustee
Laurinburjf, N. C.