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A Home Newapaper Published in the Interest of te People and for Governmental Affairs
VOL Xltl. NO. 44. FOTJBTH SERIES
SALISBURY, N. C, OCTOBER 17TH, 1917.
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THE PAPAL PLATFORM.
C aim AH Spiritual and . Political Authority
Without Leavina Crumb tor Others.
Let every person who receives
The .Men ace, read carefully the
following Papal Challege and
say whether Oi' not this paper
has a right to be-a field to culli
vate, an alarm to sound. Public
. sentiment only needs to be arous
ed to put a quietus to the nlon
trous doctines announced in Pope
Pius IX's Encyclical of Decem
ber 8, 1864-, which are binding
upon all Roman Catholics of the
United States today. Tiie Men -ace
intends to furnish the facts
to awaken the slumbering con
sciences and stimulate action,
See how it begins, you Ameri
can Patriots! Listen to this.!
The people are not the source of
The church has the right to
exercerise' its .authority without
having any limit set to it by the
The church has the right to
itself of force, and to use the
temporal power for that purpose.
The churph has an inate , and
legitimate right to acquire hold
and to use property without limit
The pope and the priests ougbt
to have dominion over temporal
The chureh and her eccl -sias-tics
hava. right to immunity
from civil law.
The clergy should be tried fcr
civil Jand criminal offenses only
in ecclesiastical courts -
In cases of conflict bctwecuthe
ecclesiastical and civil powers,
the ecclesiastical powers ogkt
The church has the right to in
terfere in the discipline of the
public schools, and in th ar
rangements of the studies of the
Public schools open to all
ch'ldren to the education of the
-' young, should be under the con
trol of the church, and shpld
not be subject to the civil pr.wer
nor made to conform to the f pin
ions of. .the ae.
While teaching primarily the
knowledge of natural things, the
public schools mast not be sepa.
rated from faith and power of the
The civil power has no right
to assist persons to regain their
freedom who have once adopted
a religious life that is, become
- priests, monks or nuns.
. The civil power is inferior and
"subordinate to the ecclesiastical
power, and in litigated questions
of jurisdiction should yield io it.
Church alffd state should be
The Roman Catholic religion
should be the only religion of
the state and all other modes of
v worship should be excluded.
Cardinal- Wiama, at Malines,
Belgium, in 1863:
!Ali Roman Catholic England
only sent one member to the
House of Commons, 1852. Yet
we did not despair. We observ
ed; that the electors were divided
between two parties, and they
found that by combining their
strength, and then bringing it to
bear in favor of one side cr the
-other, they could cause that side
ibtsucceed" which appeared the
more disposed to do them justice.
; Thus we have taught the two
parties in the sate to count the
power-of the Roman Catholics as
From "The Catholic World."
V-The Roman Catholics, like
the church, is one and the same
ir all ages and all times . . The
most obvious, interes.ing and
important view, of the Roman
-Catholic in his relations to the
Century is that of voting. . . We
do not hesitate to affirm that in
Man Never Satisfied.
rrhH kind of weather we are
having at this wriiing, which
may be totally different how
ever when you ge it, thiDgs
changing bo rapidly these
day?, is the most dissatisfac
tory kind of weather that
there is. Verily, man riseth
up in the moruiug in a bob
taUed nightshirt punctured
by goosefleah, digs bis last
winter's garments out of the
mothballs, leecueshis felt hat
from under his wife's setting
hen, and goeth down town
shivering. And before he
can get home again the sun
emes out aud begins putting
in it's bestlicks and be com
minces to shed that coat and
vest and open the windows
and swears because be wish
es he had his palm beach out -fit
on Yadkin Ripple.
performing our duties as citizens,
electors, and public offices we
should always and under all cir
cumstances act simply as Roman
Catholics; that we should gov
erned and directed by the immut
able principles Lour religior,
and should take dogmatic faith
and the conclusions drawn from
it, as expressed and defined in
Roman Catholic philosophy, the
ology, and morality, as the only
rule of our private, public and
Cardinal Manning, speaking
in the name of the pope says (in
"Sermons on Religious Sub
jects, " 1873) : ill acknowledge no
ci vtJ Jpow,er4 .J3tiiiyei,t.
no prince, and I claim more than
this I claim to be the supreme
julge and' the director of the
consciences of men. I am sole,
list, surpreme judge of what is
right and wrong Moreover we
declare, affirm, define and pro
nouce it to be necessary to salva
tion of every creature."
The Cannon Law of the papal
church says: "We declare, say,
define, and pronounce it to be al
together necessary to salvation,
that every humar creature should
be subject to the Roman pontiff "
Dr. O. A. Brownson, the
ablest writer which Rome .has
ever had' in this country, said in
his Review: f Undoubly it is
the intention of the Pope to pos-
sess this country, m this in
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tention he is aided bv the Jesuits
and by the Catholic prelates and
From the "Syllabus of Errors
ot f ope Jrius 1A-: 'lt is an er-
tot to hold that in the case of
conflicting laws between the two
pQwers, the civil power ought to
Cardinal Mannings words:
"Why should the Holy Father
touch any matter in politics at
all? For this plain reason: Pol
itics are a part of morals; Pol
itics are morals on the widest
Archbishop Ireland, at the Ro
man Catholic Congress in Balti
more, November, 18;9: ''Our
work is to make America Catho
lic. If we love America, if we
love the church, to mention the
word suffices, Our cry shall be,
"God wills it!' and our hearts
shall leap with crusader enthusi-r
Eat slowly, masticate your food
thoroughly, abstain from meat
for a few days and in most cases
the sour stomach will disappear.
If it does not,-take one of Cham
berlain's Tablets, immediatly af
ter supper. Red meats are most
likely to cause sour stomach and
you may find it best to cut them
v HARVESTING SOY BEANS.
Gaiiiar Before Leaves Drop and Beans
Shatter oat. Makes Splendid Hay.
Vauy are growing soybeans
or the first time probably won
dering what will be the best way
to harvest their crop this fall.
Before cold weather comas on
and the leaves have dropped
only alitlle it will be.well for
hose wanting hay to cut the
vines. The leaves contain much'
of the food constituents of the
cropland it should be ,planne
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to save as many or jnem as pus-
sible when curing the vinos.
Whore grown merely for hay,
the cutting should take place
after the pods have formed and
have grown considerably, but
before they have matured. If
the plant stems are left until the
pods are mats re the leaves will
shed badly, and the stems will
become too hard and woody for
the best quality of hay. After
he plants have reached the pro
per haying stage, there is a ra
pid decline in the feeding value
of the stems.
In cutting, an ordinary mow
ing machine with a side delivery.
attachment or self rake reaper
or any ordinary mowing ma
chine withDut-any attachments
may be used with satisfactory
results"; It is well to cure the
vines in wath and windrow asi
much as possible finishing np incatedpn a railroad siding, if
the cock,s it is done with cow-
pea-vine hay. Great care
should be taken that tlie vine's
be exposed to direct sunlight aj
ittle as possible after they have
thoroughly wilted in the swath.
If this recaatian is observ4f t
mere win o a mmimum oi me
shedding of the leaves.
handling should be done, i
sible, when the vines are slight
ly damp from dew. If favorable
weather prevails the hay may
be carried" to the barn and
stored there with safety after re
mining in the cocks for about a
As with cow peas, the curing
may be done usually most satis
factorily on some kind of cur
ins: frame or pole. The cocks
or small stacks should, be ?o
constructed as "'to shod water and
to adii.it of a free circulation of
air through the center of the
Soy bean vines ha ve a high
feeding value. Judging from
the composition this hay is as
rich or richer than alfalfa hay.
There is no -question but what if
cut at the stage of development
indicated that the stock will rel
sh it as well as any. other hay
produced on the farm. In this
day of high feed and food values
it is of. the highest importance
that all hays be carefully saved
When the soybeans are to be
cut for hay as well as for seed,
they should be cut later, after
the pods, are ripe, but before
they have dried out sufficiently
for the beans to pop out. . The
curing of the vines should take
place in the'way indicated reduc
ing the handling to the minimum
so that there will b(i but little,
if aay shattering of the beans.
Aft?r the is hay has been thoro
ughly dried the beans may
be thrashed out with an ordi
nary thrashing machine or with
a husker and shredder.. Usual
ly it will be necessary to reduce
the speed of the thrashing part
oi trie maornutjs m uruer mat
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tnat tnere may not oe any split-
in & of the beans.
ing the' beans should be spread
out evemyuvx in nn a,., altfays fo,ind u a
dry place where a free circula--quic cure for colds and bronch
lation of air takes place. It : ial troubles. We find it to be
; would be unsafe, rdinarily to
tm TO CONSUMERS AT COST.
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Cities m Tewns are Urged ts do so by the
Stat FhsI Administrator.
. Griisboro, N C, October 16.
In fK3n terview given your cor
resjpdent today, A W McAlis
tef 5tate Fuel Administrator,
outlines a practical plan for the
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co'rjpjratjonof municipalities in
thl? Gpnservatiou of coal. Said
".yhrEhe President and Mr
Oarfild are solving the coal sup
;ply problem, which they are go-
mg'do, even ir they have to
jfjyor the coal mines and op
erjilhem, the cities and towns
olifth Carolina can reduce, the
thdMamand for coal and -can ma-
tefMy reduce the price of wood
to the consumer by going int
the wsd business. I have taken
counl with some of the safest
most thoughtful and business
men jtt. North Carolina, and they
ail agree th at the plan is not only
practical, but highly desirable.
Ther4s is an abundance of wo.od
in Noth Carolina, and there will
neverfvbe a time when the largest
use this abundance can be
niadeso advantageously as now.
The ffran is as follows:
'TI eachrnunicipality (I) buy
wood Jy-wholesale in large quan
titieskfor delivery by wagon
or railroad ac a municipal
jwoodiyard, which should be lo-
wocdaVto be shipped in bv railj,
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4) ecj4tp uiq yard witn power
saws,'?ti utiliziug sucb avail.
abtirirnents as the munci-pali"aref-Uas;
(3) use con
Uip&L. workhouse labor, or
strist :fVTce. to do 'the wor!;: (4
use : itb municipal teams i or de-
livefyCof wood to consumer, cut
readyjfor consumption at actual
cbsliS) put somebody in harge
of thj work who is capable of, do
ing it successful ly; (6) do not
ijse coal cars for shipping i- your
suppVyior wood; (7) if woe d can
not be bought in sufficient quan
titic1' to supply t-he muracipal
yardcon tract with land owners
for tfeeLprivilege of cutting the
wood under forest conse. vation
restrictions ', and direct the cut
tingf the wood with your own
labo (8) encouraged consumers
to' substitute sheet iron wood
stovi3itor tnejr coal burners as
the saving, in price will more
thanpay for the outlay.
!Klrs. Igith Rscommends Cliamherlain's Tab-
Khave had more or less stom
ach ytroub e for eight or ten
yesirj'? .writes Mrs G H 3mith
Bre,rton, N. Y. ,Wheu suf-
ferii from attacks of indiyrestion
and - after eating-, one or two
of Clhamberlain's Tablets have
always relieved me. I have also
f oi.n'. them a pleasant laxative '
Tl efee tablets tone up the stom
ach nd enable, it to perform its
tuucsiions naturally. 11 you are
troubled with indigestion give
thcrtfa trial, get well and stay
relspr sacks. Tnere would be
da.ier of their damaging. A
a matter of fact soy beans har
vested by any method should
be died out in thin layers as in
dicated above before storing.
Division of Agronomy N C Ex
Chamgriain's Cough Remedy the Most Re
"Atej many years' experience
in tk -use of it and other cough
medicines, there are tnanv who
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prefer Chamberlain's to any oth-
er. feMrs A u mrstein, Green
villejllls, writes "Ch amberlain's
! Cough' Remedy has been used in.
the &iost reliable cougrh ttiedicine
MEET ME AT THE FAIR.
Great Interest Beretehg ia the Big Event
ofNsxtWisL Splendid Exhibits.
Interest in our Fair, both lo
cal and the surrounding,' coun
ties is now at blood -boat. A re-
cent whir.lwind" trip through
this and adj iiiinin countias ' in
dicate a large attendance. We
visited" China Grove, Imdi,
Kannapolis, Euochville, Saw,
Granite Quarry.. Rockwell, Gold
Hili; Faith, Mill Bridge. Mt Ulla,
Bear PopLir, South River,
Woodleaf, Barber, Cleveland and
many other places in the coun-
ry, "rubbing shoulders with
Lhe people, aid talking the Pair.
By -coming in contact with these
people, we find many who are
corn! g out with -exhibits, some
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agricultural, otuer nve siuuh,
some poultry and others house
hold articles aud ra'uc.y worK
Our xh'b ts are coming from
every sec ion of the county,
which insures a splendid atteud
ance from every district. rlhej
bake a pride in c-tn muni tins,
each being anxious t ) see the
)ther fellow's exhibit This fair
rom the educational stand point
promises to be quite a schooling.
brherethey will see the bs
from every locality of the county.
We have visited some of ilu
neighboring towns such as Con
cord, "Mooresville, ' Statesvi!kj,
and find people in these pros
perous cities wji ) are coming to
the fair. The g"t acquaint cd
ide4i is fast becoming a factor.
At the fair you will liave the op
portunity to make new friends
-ee oid aqHaintances, it " is here
whr ettiit f d'eHfjom ear met
t.hat ou feel at liberty to speak
20 the other fellow, mingle to
gether in a social way and for
the week feel keener the brother
hood of man.
Bv a string of fortunate cir-
cum stances our n:dway. will
surpass that of ma:iy fairs in
this section. The fi,ct that we
had the choice of booking only
independent shows, gives ns
the best on the read. Anion
other amusements :n the way
of snows, we are expecting to
have a merry go round, Ferris
wheel. Monkev sneed way Ath-
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letic shows, spider girl show,
Pit shows, and other shows
We are fortunate to secure a car
load of Shetland ponies, which
will be a free attraction during
the entire week Ponies will be
sold ;it auction on the last day of
the F air.
More interest develops dsy
by day in our race program
We f iel quite sureour races this
year will develop mote gooo
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honest racing and will give our
people better satisfaction.
Our free attractions will prove
interesting and instructive to all
and must be seen to be appreci
ated. The premiums we are offer
ing in every department are as
liberal as we can make them.
Our cotal premiums amount to
more than turee thousand dollars
Few fairs in this section of the
state offer this amount.
Wednesday, October 24th, will
be children's day at the fair.
All children of the county, city,
rural, will be admitted free on
this date, and we want the m tc
come for the educational advant
age. Children attending .the
fair must be admitted in a body,
accompanied by their teacher or
one of the school committeemen
from thair school or district,
who will vouch that only child
ren enrolled in the schools or
euiitled to be enrolled are awong
iho nnmliflv vo t c 1 r ur in tVio nrofn I
y-fc a l .,., C . A
ted without ticket who does
SERIES OF SERMONS.
Pastor Thomas To Deliver a Series of Ser
mons, on Various Kinds of "Fools"
Rev C A G Thomas, of the First
Baptist church, has announced a
a series of eveninsr sermons. Ale-
jgi;unag ia his church on ' the
e vening of October 14th and con
tinuing e'Sch Sunday at 7J30o'
cl ck. From the announcement
which is being circulated the
following information is gather
There are all kinds of fools in
the world. At some time or
other every one has acted the
fo 1. If you have, not you are a
wonderful person. These ser
mons are for everybody, wise
or otherwise; The subjects are
all very interesting when you
think about "Some fools" you
have seen. Of course these fools
iived years ago. but they have
lieu successors in every age.
Of course there are a few in this
ily. Find them ai d bring
iHin Jiow about your
ieighborrfey ihe5 way; .how
tb; ut oi rsel f ? '
Corneani bring your neigh
bor. Tlis subjects are as . fol
lows: 1 Tne Fool who Bartered
2 i.e Foo! Husband.
3 -Tlie Foot Who Wauled too
4 The Fool Who Loved dis
a The Fool Who Trified with
6 The Big Mouth Fooh
7 Tte Fuol ,Who Loved
8 The Self Deluded Fool,
9 Fi ve Fi ale Fools .
10 The Biggest Fool in. the
State of Ohio. Citv of Toledo
Lucas County, ss.
Prank J. Cheney makes oath
that he is senoir partner of the
firm of F. J. Cheney & Co , doing
business in the City of Toledo.
and that said firm will pay the
sum or HUNDRED DOL
LARS for each and every case of
Catarrh that cannot be cured by
t'V3 use ot HALL'S CATARRH
FRANK. J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before- me snd sub
scribed in my presance, this 6th
day of December, A. W.Gleason.
A. D. 1886.
(Seal) Notary public.
Hall's Catarrh Medicine is taken
interually and acts through the
Blood onthe Mucous Surfaces
of the System. Send for testi
F. J. CHENEY & Co , Toledo,
0. Sold by ail druggist. 75c.
.Hall's Family Pil's for constipa
accompany the school.
This is the last opporotunity
we will fiaye to speak to the go
pie of the county through this
paper before our BigFair begins.
We want to again assure the
the people of the county that
they may expect fair and just
treatment from the management.
We are at your service at all
time. We will anticipate your
needs and we want you to call
on us. We will have a Bureau
of information and we want you
to patronize it. Let us .finally
insist on all of Salisbury ana
Rowan county turning out to see
the best fair ever held in the
county. Take a day off from
your work, from the shop, the
'farm and enjoy the festivities of
the week. Remember the dates,
October twenty-two and includ
T. D.Brown, Secretary,
Peoples Agricultural Fair Assso
Drives Out Malaria, Builds Up System
The Oid Stesdard Ec.tral strenethenins tonic.
i The Oid Stesdard. eitral strengthening tonic.
6XOVE'8 TASTtLKSS chill TONIC, drives out
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tern. A true tonic. For adults and children. 60c
out. store these bean? in boes, barr j we Have used
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