THt ROWERS COLLECTS
A Home Newspaper Published in the Interest of the Peopx and for Hoaeity in Qar.rnis.ntal Afiaixi.
' -i-i i
( i. " -
VOL. XH. NO. 12 FOURTH SERIES
SALISBURY, N, C, WEDNESDAY, IIARCII 8TH,
Wm H. STEW ART. ED. AUD FHOP
Boote Aiy Bill is Int odced Dooamit Certir of Gat Battle
lleasnre Pfcposos to lacrosse tbo Armj to RissitRS and 6sniBS Engaged la Furious
-1 Strength of 140.000 Fign'iog Troops. Fluting Id Nortawost Russia. '
Washington, March 6 With N arch 5 The ,Grmanf iu the
the introduction today of the region of Verdun are being hard
house army bill by Chairman Hay held to the positions they occupy
of the military committee, the by the Fienoh. The fighting
second of the natioual defens throughout the region is till vig
measures recommended by Pff si oroai but it contitti mainly of
dent Wilson was before congress, artillery duelt.
Th fi at of these measures, the Douaumcnt is the storm center,
senate army bill, was introduced and here and in the wood to the
Saturday. ' east of Vaoherauville on the east
The house bill, the result of bank of the Meuse have occurred
months of work and investigation, the only infantry attacks. On
was accompanied by a report both these sectors the Germans
whioh asserts that the committee were repulsed by the French,
believes it has suoeeeded in em- The German attack of Douaumont
bodying in the measure "every extended from the Hauremont
feature whioh is necssary to bring wood to Fort Douaumont, but ac
about a reasonable plan for na- cording to Paris, it was stoppsd
tional defense " by the curtain of fire d the rifles
As o jnp'etsd the measure pro- of the Frenoh infantry and ended
poses t increase the regular army with the Frenoh holdtog all their
to a strength of 140 OOO flgbti ig positions. ;
troop which means the addition Paris reports that in the Woe-
Gieat Flies of Dead
Nothing Llki Soch an Expendilnro of Mu
nitions Evor Knovi Btfore.
Panp, March 6 It is stated
semi-cfficially that the battle at
Verdun continued yesterday
throughout tbeday with tre same
intensity and without causirg any
change in the respective position
cf the opposing armies. Fighting
is still going on for definite pos
session of the village of Douau
mont. The situation as a result of this
second phase of the German offen
sive, is regarded as altogether dif
ferent from that of the first days
battle . The only progress made
by the Germans was daring the
first two days of the seoond attack.
For the last 48 hours they have
not advanced . This information
from semi-official sources points
out that it must be demoralizing
to the Germane to see 40,000 to
50,000 corpses cf their oomiadei,
40,000 men and 7,489 officers. It vre region .abouVFresnes, the bom- lying before the French lines.
als ) groid s 789 additional offi
cers for deiaobed Berries with the
national guard; military shrols
And els where. A mazimnm
strength, howavr, is tired at 170,
bardment is a powerful one but
adds that the Frenoh guns are
answering thos? of the Germans
here and along the whole of the
In Lorraine near t'ie forest of
Tin bili rov'es for federali- Thiaville the Frenoh fire, cencen
Siti jn of the national guard under trated on the positions the Ger
a military pa? oill substantially mans had previously taken from
simiftar t j that proposed in the the Frenoh, forced the Germans
ee. atebill The house plans, I to eviouate them in order, accord
h we ver, diff-r fr m the senate bill I ins to Berlin, "to avoid unneces-
iu that tfce president is authoriz-rsary losses
ea to.oratt navonei guardsmen! The Kusuans and Germans in
Renfoivcements brought up by
the Germans since the inaugura
tion of the se:ond phase of the
bat le on Wednesday are estimat
ed here at 250,000 men, raising
the total forces utilized by ths as
sailants to more than 500,000.
Estimates of U sees show wide
varisnoe. Details of local actions
and the size of the reserve forces
brought up cause French observ
h ive the samr result S3 the Ger-
maLs will 1 e compelled to seefc a
dec sion elsewhere on the front!,
French artillery officers who
took part iu the battli of Verdun
(Mai! Aulas Ii Tenlii
RusIib Trwfs Haa Be?o Abie "to Main
Lifllingoo Coast of flick Sea.
March 6 Further advances by
the Germans in the Verdun region
and in Champagne are told of in
the latest French oflacial com
munication whioh, however, alio
! J . -
reooru successes in rsneinns a
Cosgralalatos Yotirs tiat ill lattrialDis
sibsIo.s an Pissid.
estimate that daring tile first four Ths North Carolina Republican
days of the straggle the Germans State Convention, du'y aisembled
discharged 2,000,000 shells, most in Rileigh on Maroh 1, 1909, con
of them of heavy caliber The gratulates its voters that all in-
number of projectiles-fired by the tercel dissensions are so happily
Frenoh probably was ;a'l great. ended and that the calamity of a
Nothing like snob In expendi- J National Democratic Ad sain is-j German attempt to debouoh furth
lure of munitions net beta known 1 tration. coupled jrith an ex-ier from captured position, the
before, even in ths Ohampagt e at j travagant and inefficient Demo-I driving of the Teutons out of a
tack. f leratio State Administration, has I trench thev had taken and the
The whole theory of opereti dm 1 brought about a reunion, based hammering with the Frenoh bis
was to pulverize defense at long j upon mutual respect and under- guns of German organizations
range, drive out or kill defenders standing, whioh reunion is being After having vigorously shelled
and then occupy the) ground by strengthened daily by the addi-lthe region between Bethincourt
J I ffl I a.1 m . . . . I .
mRiiea iuidm vi uijuij. luui iiuu oi voters wno are osssingi ana ine Meuse, tne u-ermans in a
principle of ths defense was to aside prejudices and are joining litrong infantry attack captured
oru uus uobyj fw!, wi u I in me auvanoement oi tne oom-line viuage oi forges, about nine
veriary with edally fsavy shells, aon good. miles northwest of Verdun. Not
withdraw f rom deutoliihad first I We are determined to bring I satisfied with the gain, they sever-
il times essayed to debouch from
he village against ths Cote de
li Oie but the Frenoh ;n couuter-
ittaoks forced them back into the
'illage and held them there.
Iu Hbampagne, th? right and
left flinks of the French were at
Hcked by tr e Germans iu the re
gion between Mout-Tetu and Mai
ns d Champagne. At the form
r po ut, the Frenoh fire kept the
lermaus n hk trenches but near
line works and then.J when those I back our nation to pr tection for
deserted trench ?WJrcs were ap-
proaohed by afetackitig forces on
the ran, to catch thftl with mul
tiplied enfilading artillery and
machine gun fire. At times, the
fire was suddenly saapei ded and
the attackers were f engaged in
hand-to hand infantry.
The Germans in their assaults
Ameri.an iLdnstry and labor and
to the prosperity which follows
oar time honored pr icty jp i-
Hies; we are deter tniu-d t-. nd out
itatt cf useless office h d is at d
official rxtrarigsuoe a: d tcu dls
to the end that the recklete speud
iogof the peop e's mo ay shall
not be permitted to increase taxes
are using several sorts of burning I to the point "f confiscation.
liquid projectors. One of these is I We demand in State affiirsi
in the fcrm of a small tank which
is carried on the bank filled with
a composition liquid which seems
to be mostly kerosene. Attached
(1) Fair eleotions.
ers to make the deduction that to the nossle is an igniting appar-
ftha Germans have oaid a verv atus.
heavy price for the sir square
intol'federal service on the out- northwest Russia hava been fight- of ground they have gained,
breajcj of ya. The ultimate ing furiously near IUoukst for
saredgtih of the guard is greater possession of the craters of 14
under the house plan since a max mines exploded by the Russians,
imam ' force of 455,000 mcu is Petrograd reports that six of the
stipulat d to be organizad within 3 raters were captured by the Bus
five years. The senate plan pro- sians and that the Germans are
vides for approximately . 850.000 surrounded in a nartlv demolished
irdTTmen. ' ' - --- I brockboose, chaving suffered severe-
laiso s de Campagne they sue
(3) Equitable taxation upon a eeded in occupying a small sec-
basis of eonomy. j ion of a Frenoh trench.
(8) Auditing of all our fioan- In the Argonne, the French
cial affairs. blew up near Courses Ohausiees a
(4) Improved sohool system German post with a mine, and r)PO. rather the story of tke
and atncultural eduoation. kaptured a pntion of the crater. bjy ana tner,.are tuat ISpiey
(6) Convict emolovment in Near Haote Ohiyauchee. the Ger uad "oexed Xne against
Kows Consatratoi irTfcw cti Wut to
. KMlAi.it HI2I AUlirt. .
Aunie Belle Tbooas,. who si is
alleged tvok a small quantitps ei
Ltstter from the apartment of "
Sarah Piatt; in Obarl6ttsvaeir
shot Sauday afieirnoon' bf the lat
ter and died almosli imaebateiTi" '
Both Negroes. The Pratt Woea! -was
arrested and is charged with '
! In a spelling eontesV given tbe
sixth and seveiith gr4detb
Hickory graded schools tbe Vfr r
age in the sixth grade 5 wu ; tJ$f
per ont. and m ine seventb grade -
98.4. In ths seventh gradec snijr
ope pupil made below 75 on the
test. Fifty words, some of them
dinioult. were given the children.
and 17 made 100 per cent, not
missing a single w ord. This' beats
During fight tfanday between
Robert Lane of Morganten anjd
Jehu Tate Jfi play, the full par tiou-'
lars of whioh cannot be learned,
the eight-yeafld son of Lane is
siid to bave f atallj i tabbed 'fipley,
The affair bajppe'hed in ' ino yard
of Bpley, who lives in the South
Mountains out from Glen Alpine,
a ad Epley was carried by pbyai
cian to Long's Sanatorium at
Statssville Sunday night. It is
eaid Latie was fisiting in the
neigh norhood and the available
In -the bouse bill as in the sen- losses.
ate an effioers reserve corps is J Unofficial dispatches from Bu
provided icr, butthe.hcuse planloharest report extensive Russian
would double the enro lment stl troop movements in Bessarabia
the Military Academy, Chairman There has been another clash
Hay's rport estimates that a force! between Bnleahon soldiers and
of 1,824 E90 mm trailed for mi. Greek frontier guards in the
itary Service "will be at once neighborhood of Maoikovo on the
available upon the passage of this Greoo-Serb frontier,
bill.' To reach this total he relies The German commerce raider
upon the rpgalars with a strength Moewe, the exploits of which have
of 140,000 and a reserve of 60,000 been sensational, has ran the En.
upon 129,000 national guardsmen tente allies blockade and. entered
the guards' present strength, and' a German port, unofficially de
upon 895,790 former regulars or dared to be Wil helms haven,
national gsardsmeu. Aboard the raider were 119 prU-
A feature of the houe bill is oners from vessels she had sunk,
the broad scope given its propos- laud 1,000,000 marks in gold bars.
the mobilization of co n- In addition to sinking or captur
industries and lines of ins nearly a soore of Brit sb.
communications for war use. Re Frenoh and Belffian vessels the
gularly enlistsd r-serves in all Germans report thit the Mewe
civil occupations necessary to the has besn sowing miues, tne of
maintenance of au army in war whioh sank the British battleship
time are authorised and govern- KingE lward VII.
m ut orders for war material are Two German airships bave pass
given right of way at all plants by ed over points o:; the northeast
law. The bill authoriz s also the coast of England, dropping
construction of a plant for the bombs.
fixation cf atmospheric nitrogen The resolution warning Ameri
f or us 9 in jaanufaoturing explo- oans off armed ships of belligerent
ives . powers to which President Wilson
The total c:st of the plan for ig opposed probably will coma up
the first year is estimated at for final aotion in the house of
$116,8)9.271 while for the fifth representatives Tuesday. The
year aon oereaisr i is piacea as administration leaden express
In front cf the village of NVaux,
alone, 4,000 German oorpses were
counted after the eighth unsuccess
ful attack. This part of the bat
tle overshadowed b- the fight for
Dauaumont is regarded in Paris
as a serious :heck for the attack
ers.; The Germans carried on the
assault with gf sat courage inrtil
the dead lay thick oi the field.
Then tte officers, it is said, were
compelled to urg on the troops
as they olambered over the corpses
of their fallen comrades for the
Th attack on Vaux begar on
the evening of March 2. after a
ferocious shelling, ai.d continued
until the following night Columns
of Germans advanoi g simultane
ously froTJ the north and north
west tried to envelop the village.
Frenoh artillery immediately
opened a heavy fire whioh seper
ated the. first wave of Germans
from thsir reinforcements. Never
theless the fresh troops came on
a't'd - observeie saw plainly the
trasio spectacle of lir es of men
The liquid i s projected b y
means of a hacd. pump. The
radius of aotion of the oil depends publics works. maus sprang two minei aud later feuoe and w beating him when
on the skill and the physieal of- General progressive and entered the-lfrench trenches at Ue D6J 8 om niB katf Wittl5
fort of the man who projeoti it ubor legislation.
but it is ordinarily from 60 to 90
Some Free oh Soldiers bave beea
burned to a crisp by the filming
liquid. Other chemical weapons
used by the GrmaJ:n ibis bat-1
tie inolude asphyxiating shells.
vapors whioh irritate the eye and
We d mand in national afftirs:
(a) Rsturn to protection.
(b) Preparedness for petce.
(c) Honest civil service.
( J) Rural credit system.
several points Ccun'er-attaoks. iy n18 lather's aid and plongtsl""
however, drove .tbem out and the the knife into Epley's sidei Sev- -
French also occupied a portion of ral bruises on Lane'i fate hcat'
the mine crater. o it the story, and he wasprobabl
Sxoept for the infautry attacks gating the worst of it. ; Lne aai'
at Fonrea. the enm on bnfch aidiia I thiat th y were sittins in the yaxd't
iY fcttTriction oHiaaratioth4 ts J.rtB.i region havebeenP4
(f) Upholding rights of Amen-
60 RI6HT AT IT.
Ffionds lad Neighbors in Saliskiry
Show Yoi a Way.
Get at the root of the trouble.
doing all the work. To the south I
I west of Metsj. near Pont-a-Mous- j
. . a . 4'-.
sn. tne French artillery has
heavily' damaged Gsrcsan positions.
The Russians under cover of
the fire of their fleet, at last have j
in a friend y. way whs
rauf -on him unawai
ley's side of the story oan't be
earned, and may never be, as it
is said be has no hope of resovery .
Hanison Cook, a confederate
8oldier,lost his life ja a micaj mina
iu No. 10 Township, Cleveland
and emerging thinned to half
their strength. Some contingents
lost six out of every ten men be
ore even having fired a shot. The
survivors undaunted, resolutely
stormed the French trenches and
fought hand-to-hand in fierce
melees at the outskirts of the
Octai Dlsastir Sroatost Km i,
n a a v .
raris, maioo, s. it was an
nounced st the Frenoh ministry
of marines today that there were
nearly 4,000 men on board the
t" i , i I Franfih inTiliftr nrniiAr Prnvannc I ; ...
rtuDDiug id aoning Daox may . . ' Trebisond, oapturiua: the towns of hmrf f th. arnnnA
! I whan iri w .nnlr in ih. IIaHi. . ! I
But it won't ours it if the kid- terraneaa on February 26,
nana eva tnwzaa tr I a .a
, . . i as tne ministry of marine
iuu man ihioo iae roof oi 11-
the kidneys .
Doan'e Kidney Pilla go right at
I "ioansnrea. i -.-i.-j . -, u . u tk.
Reach the canter aitaok the ftTH it i. inHi.t 1,. th. f-rt. - . . T"- uwuj wi 9mm
. ' ' I " j v,veu I fjonaiderable nahtinff hatweAn J.i :j j l : u
Pn- inr diinatch that nn.ard.nf llxn .. , . ? " rVia mtw iuu, sisnB r isw
Are recommended by miny t ' ' m " Bna ne wermans ing gomnd hurried ownS to find
Salisbury people. " . V . n fcakn Plaoe 1Q northwest Xfa nook oomoletelv covered mo.
Mrs. l. JfTost.OOfttN.MainBt., I . ' Rnsia, the Russian artillery vLKKn.. ..iii .h hUk.
was uncovered but life wasextinet.
neen amsto make a landing on county. Saturday afternoon while
tne tsjaox sea coast to the JCast of I working 80 or 85 feet below the
Trebisond, capturing the towns of surface of the ground. ' He was in
Atins and Mapraya and driving the mine alone whenthe esWth'1
off the Turks who opposed them, sajyed in and oaagHrh'iia leaiiin."'
Tm offifltri and 980 man ra u';- i. iu.t:Lu J.kl'
F.bra.r, , .-nca,, th., h. pri.oa()ri 4nd V4 tar.d Hi. bo w. 1.. Jo ' '
nomb.r . f of h.. Pro- i ,ity of mBDUion. " wm A-hoi.l'.to-SS-f:.
venos disaster was estimated at J.;mh i ; i . . . 7
plunging into that storm of steel Salisbury, says : "I had backache lives in the sinking of the Frnch imMnig German trenches in the
auxiliary cruiser rrovenoe is tne Riga J0tor ftnd diipeiBing B00Ut.
Oaagers of Draft
Drafts feel best when we are
1 ot' and perspiring, just when
they ara- moat dangerons and the
result is Neurtlgia, Stiff Neck,
Bofo'Musoles or sometimes au at
tack of Rheumatism. In such
cashi apply Sloan's Lm imfut
the opinion that the President's
wishes in the issue will be carried
and ether kidcey disorders. At
times my limbs were so weak aud
lame. I could hardly get around.
In the - ornmg the trouble wss
worse. My kidneys were irregular
in action ind caused me a lot of
annoyance. I had heard of so
many who had fou d Doan's Kid
uey Pills beneficial that I began
taki g tbem.
village . The bitterest fighting the olaims made for them, reliev-
wm for nosfliaion of the road g he misery in my baoV and
leadins to Dananmont. the advsn
r . - . neys
WW"UIUU w 1 uo Price BOc. at al dealnrn. Tinn't
Germans charged eight times simply ask for a kidney remedy
there. The supreme effort vas get Doan's Kidney Pills the same
carried out by his hix regiments. -h M" Fro had . Foster-
.dwanniriw in 0lftBe fnrmatinr' Mllbum Co., Props., Buffalo, N.Y.
French machine ernes did erne-
woamorrorecasi tor uarco isib.
Kiwuw.u uimioiui mouwn inj? paItieg in the vicinity of
cimes. up so tne preaeni, 106 ,:.,).:
largest number of lives ever lost Owing to the heavy rains and
in one wreck was when the White ...i.Aha. i
Star liner Titantfo struck an ice a.Bai nr An.t m Tfcalian fvnn si
berg off the New Foundland banks Berlin reDortg thafc fche z
They Jived up to on U1912 and Bank a pelin raid over England Sunday
U.gCV U7 UHF.l UVIUI was
bombed with effect. All the Ger
man aircraft returned safely, A
A Specific Armla 1 0I1. RrUifih offioial renorfe iiTi that
The nsirest thing to a speciflo I Yorkshire, Lincolnshire, Rutland,
regulating ths aotion of my kid
death Joss of 1.595.
jOari Preddy, aged 84, overseer
of the spiLuing and spooling rooxs,
of the White Oak Cotton llillf,
wsi killed in Greensbero at noeu
Monday by a second hand whom
he bad disobargea.. Mis Haver
was Monroe Johnson, aged.t'ttn
of J. 0. Johnson 'of GlentWea
Tohnson fired a' bullet frosa
volver into the ' abd&men of Prxsl- x
dy and the latter Tived bnt sfiw(t
minutes. The tragedy occurred
ag-iost oold is a sleeping poroh or Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire Nor
open bed room and a oold sponge
WB.U MI IMUtUlU. Tl UOU TUU Hill I , . , , . ...
O J I .vvvm An mwH H A AIMlH.An MAMA W.ll
gtji up. tu .u.u ju win uo- ,d hv tne bombB dronned' and 88
Keep Your Bowels Regular
As everyone knows, the boweli
are the sewerage system of th(
body, and it is of the greatest im-
Importance that they move once
some execution in the mass and
French infantry, held carefully From 8 to 11, rain south snow 1 casionally take a cold, especially I other persons were injured.
under oover until the advanoing nrrtb, cool and stormy, by winds I when colds are epidemic, and
torce approaonea tne trencnet, From II to iy, snow north, rain -hen vou do von will find Cham- Ma Quickly Relieved
leaped out to meet the omush south, some windy and cool
when you do you wilt find Cham
berlain's Cough Remidya great
in the mill, where Johneori said
Essex, and Kent Counties r.1 . 7
Three men, four! joo Daox. jounson is wmumw
J. B. Woodell,; aged ii, was
held up by some - unknown party
Saturday night, near the ball pari.
at Sanford, while on hia way
home: Upon being told to hjLi;
Many people cough and cough j
stimulates circulation to tne sore eaoh day. If your bowels become
freely, and in a short time the conetipated . take a dose of Cham
stiffness and pain leaves. Those Plain's Tablets just after supper
f jffering from Neuralgia or Neu end they will correct the disorder.
. K. ; -i. VI. sl. i.
I tlgio 'Usadaone .in i nd one or uotainaoie every wnere.
two applications of Sloan's Lihi-
-. . it -i I 1 c mi.
i-TS pS: V " ol H8t ta Dti.1. For Hrs t, W.r.lot -ieiKSilUS
tingling sensation of comfor and nOSOlatlOB. commander at Verdun, is being
warmth and quiet rest and sleep Washington, March 6. The compared more and more careful-
J BO I nnAn anil mil hvmi. .4a ikn I - IL. L11. A XT. A l...TI U.1III Usm D .
with cold steel. The fighting was Fsom 19 to 26. cold, game hitrh . ., . .. , l .u f - u-i no his hands he did so but thosaht
rru. : ' " - Mip m sdsduur yuu w gn im Pi -R.-u.ug ui ru fl, - .-..,,;.. Mmm a
finished in a fsw minutes. The winds frequent showers south, and
t 1 1 I . . . T
vjrermana reiireu, l saving nun- wind Storms.
dreds torn and tangled it. the
barbed-wire defenses and thous
ands laid low by machine gun
shots and bayonets.
As the battle proceeds, the
From 23, to April 2, cold, along
and high winds with threatenings.
Some stormy for Maroh, from
8rd to 26, mostly about from 8 to
14, and to the 19.
Along through March and some
rough. At the time the moon
ohsnges some of the snow may
reaon us oy nurries but all ram
ft a m m . m
upon, ana win bring into the
house tomorrow a special role for
four hours' debate cn the MoLe-
more resolution warning Ameri-
in the battle of Nancy. General
Petain's withdrawal of the Dauau
mont platean was like General
Casteluau's withdrawal t o the
When a woman obeys a man
she (tteed never question herself if
she iioves him. When she onlv
respeols bis opinion he has only leans off armed shfps of the Euro-1 plateau of Amanoe, away from
nersteem pen beligerants. 'ibis aotion the heaviest blows of the adver
i - a
pnts the much ditousied resolution I sary to a dominating position
fiorst, Cthw Remedies Won't Cure. J into a parliamentary position from which all efforts failed tc
Hvkbt Rkid, Route 8. hex 167,
Salisbury, N. C.
Proper Treatment for Billows.
For a long time Miss Lula Bkel
ton, Church ville N. Y., was bil
ious andV,"4Jieadaone and
Obtainable every-1 through to Spring. Others get
oold after aold. Take Dr. King's
Jew Discovery and you will get
almost ins mediator lief. It checks'
Some women love with a re
servation of personal liberty, yo o61di 8toP the racking, rasp
whioh leaves something lacking ing, tissue-tearing oough, heals
to the man, whioh years of emp- inflammation, sootheYtne raw
tineas in love flly reveale. With nbes. . Easy to take, Antiseptic
such natures, love gives a partial f4Halin8- ' Geb 1 500 hM
surrender on'y when compelledof5 Dr. King's flew discovery and
ilo io: A man of dominatina Keep It in ine uouse. "is is cer
some one just rooiing mm
ing his assailant in earnest, 1 .'
began to make an alanwhexe-v
upon he was shot through J ihe 1
lower part of his body. Both lit?' J
Woodell and' his assailant rani'
Mr. Woodell made his way to the -residence
of J. W. Stouts from
which place' he was carried io
Central Carolina Hospital, whsre
m he died Sunday night, Theresa
mind . m to h.T. t...bl. ,ith toinlV t..t .d.om. and I ke., .g'Sri wSS
.h i oa... boML'of it oonlion.ll, oo h.nd" ' f ,
m Mtad by the wonderful, old tilbi nT. 1 wuere laurauir.iiun naaers are
C3ScJ!u3 oonfldsnt they oan kill it. ,
WfcS9Vr You Need aOeoersl T
Th Cld Standard OrOTe's Tasi .
Cba::Tocic is equally valuable .es
writes W. O. Jssseman, Franccnie,
N H. Money baok if not satis
fied but it nearly always helps.
dislodge him. Frenoh officers pre
diet General Petain'afBSy will able i
rlain's Tab Gorl Tonic because it coritk&Biti
iff that aava laowntoofcpropettieaofQUINJF1?
1BJ na gave rnw. ItacteontfaeTJver. TVtfl
was unable to give a deeeriDtioa'
Chairman T. D. mrrenor tie 1
f the maD. A regard wOI be X-a
iel. Obtain- j f-iBnrf 3the'i"ayJ
mM 1 - iiX. I 1
matter of temptation, inclint tion I called' a m eWt'; cf that DOtfo
cpportunity . Morals ars also be held in Raleigh WnigS. XSis
ittecei meed. patpeee of the call ia xSS-j2T
r ; -i
r. 1 :
It S t.