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VOL. XIV. N ). 35. FOUBtH SERIES SALISBURY, .N.5'ar3i;AS4lW918.
WHY WE NEED $6000,000 MORE!
'ButOna Wssy to Peace, and That is the
Way to Beiliu. , .
Editor A'anufacturos Record:
My opinion is that wo cannot
consider any terra a of peace
whatsoever with the Germun
Government as now constituted.
Germany must be licked, and the
Hohenzollerns kicked off tho
throne before we can even talk
of peace without outraging our
The German military ring
moat be broken and so shattered
tluitlit can never- be reunited.
Thoe who have been responsible
for the rape of Belgium And
Prance, those wh.) have been .re
sponsible Jpr the heinous - out
rages upon the civilian 'popula
tions 'overridden "By Germany,
those who have been responsible
for breaking the rules of wai
a ;d using poisonous ga iii battle,
thoe who have been responsible
Ltv torpeiiiMtig passenger. vessel
and hospital ships., and tVr drop
ping aerial bom os on slune hos
pitals those who have bee n re
sponsible or the killing anc!
maiming of women and children
tu London and Paris with aeria,
bombs, those who have b'eeti re
sponsible for breaking the most
sacred treaties and obligations
have placed themselves bey on n"
the pale and cannot anu must uoi
be bargained with in a ny peace
Those militaristic bandits ol
the breed of Attilla who cold
bioodedly prepared to pluuder
the world and enslave mankind
and to that nefarious-en planri-
ed to violate every human iiiSpu ,yegroua4j;
' ton"anttHSttrl its uiror umfr.
and decency, and are not tit t-
place their uames to pe&ce com-
pact beside those of the heroes?
who shall with sacrifice of blood
and treasure, save the world
from their clutches.
Anyone proposing peace with
Germany before Kaiserisra shal
have been crushed out of existnee
should either be interned or be
placed in an insane assylum for
medical treatment. There ; is
but one way to peace, and that is
I Jio way to Berlin. It will be a
long, hard, expensive and bloody
load, but it is the ouly road, and
when we shall have arrived at the
end of that road we shall have only
asubjugated, suppliant, Kamrad
calling populace lo deal with, and
trie terms which we shall . then
make will. not be jerms of any
birgain, but merely imposed by
us according to our ideas of jus
tice Justice will make one inexor
able demand on that occasion,
and it will be that Germany shall
' bear the burden of rebuilding
and reimbursing Belgium and
the desolated portions of North
em France in full measure, and
Alsace and Lorraine must be re
stored to Prance.
vVhat other terms must be im
posed will matter far less.
Landing P. O., N. J.
Cur. For Dysentry.
' While I was in Ashland,
K t:isas, a gentleman overheard
m speaking of Chamberlain's
Co"cand Diarrhoea Remedy,"
vrt es William Whitelaw of Des
Mi.ines, Iowa "He told me in
del il what it had done for his
family, but more specially his
daughter who was lying at the
pa. at of death with a violent at
tack of dysentary, and had been
giv.-u up by the family physi
cis Some of his neighbors ad
vised himto give Chamberlain's
Crur.o and Diarrhoea Remedy,
-wht.-ibe.dtd, and 'fully believes
th ' by doinj? so saved the life of
his Hild. He stated that he had
als used this remedy himself
VtiHeuallj gratifying results.
Rupprecht Has- BroaghFtj Reserves Bot
. AHhs Pause of Their Own Accord;
With the British army in
If ranee, August 1 2 During the
lull in the battle there are furt'-T-er
indicattons that the line Ts
hardening. . '
This afternoon the Crown
Prince Rupprecht of Bavaria
eems to have brought in more
fresh triops and while the allied
.forces are pausing -of their own
accord the enemy within the
area of his new battle front, with
the Sorame at his back, is baving-
a most uncomfortable time. The
British guns are hammering
Chaulnes while cannon of large
calibre are coming up all the
time and 'drenching the enemy
rear with stel They are also
pounding a way, at the bridge
across the Sum me at Bethin
The, shelling of the bridges
here is a serious matter for the
enemy, as borrUs from the, air
are "continually being dropped by
Uritish 'airplanes at a low alii
tude at the bridges in the Peron
ne district. This bombing has
been going on day and night
since the battle began, forcing
the Germans to divert tbeir-trans
por t, so that the general - move
meat was southeast.
No a; his bridges to the south
east are under heavy fire.
With the comparatively small
force of Americans there ' has
been no real heavy fighting to
day. The are still holding
their Hnes and tbcir patrols have
been sent ou n&w-aad then fezl-
front, esoeciallv iust South tf the
Somme, the Germans are occu
pying the old line dugouts built
by the French more than two
years ago. The Germans have
concentrated artillery at many
places and today are sending in
more Shells than on any day
since the battle began. Lihons
which oame into British hands
yesterday When field Marshal
Haig's men stormed the place
after having been driven out by
a counter attack, was being
heavily shelled today.
A party of cavalry charging
down the Roye road ran into the
cross fire of large German pill
boxes studded with machine
guns just this side of Roye and
received a check, but the Ger
mans who happened to get the
opportunity to do this execution
paid the extreme penalty.
Today the resistance by the
enemy has been stiffening pro
gressively, Hut his troops appear
to be nervous and apprehensivs
of what the future holds out for
them and what the allies intend
to do. The order to feci out the
allied force, it is expected that
further heavy counter attacks,
may be launched by the enemy.
Stcries of the air fighting over
the battle lines are amazinjr
One observer coming into his
station shot down four Machines.
In the same fighting a British
pi lot chased one enemy plain to
earth and was swooping . down
upon his antagonist, when the
man climbed out of his machine
and held up his hand in token of
"So I didn't kill him," the
Britisli pilot said.
4 But on my way home I met a
group of enemy machines and
got a bullet in me but managed
to land inside our lines."
The report of this incident
ends with the statement'that the": not until about a year ago when
pilot died shortly after relating,1 -saw Chamber I ain-'s Tablets ad
his experience. vertised and got bottle of them
m, , ,. . .... did 1 rinn he right-., treatment.
Therere dozens of thrilling: Since taking them m- digestion
tal.s of how machine after: ma- is fine." Mrs " Blattfti;Bow.Qr3
cninc, sKimmiu close to the;
(Courtesy of Life and Charles Dana Gtbsoil.)
Planting home gardens, producing more food, and saving f oo.d are all war-time efforts' of
this government in which the women of-America have co-operated loyally. We are all in the
home army; the home army here mtist help the, fighting forces and home armies over there;
120 million Allies must eat. , ' ' ' s
ground, .fired point blank into
bodies of enemy troops, killing a
great many, despite the fire from
the ground, and how they wiped
out crews of enemy machine
guns holding up the allied ad
vance. They also effectively at
tacked the poorly constructed
German tanks before they ever
had a chance to get into action.!
-Prisoners from fresh Prussian
and Bavarian divisions have
been captured in the past few
hours. The morale of these
men is extremely low, a great
many of them expressing the
opinion that Germany, twice
badly beaten in recent weeks
and perhaps having further de
feats in store for her, is on the
down grade, headed for defeat.
London August 12. The allies
have captured the town of Gury
on the right flank of the Sointne,
battlefront, according to the news
from the front this morning.
The French war office in Sun
day morning's statement an
nounced that the Frqnch had
reached the outskirts of Gury.
This town is an important point
the Lassigny massif, within two
miles of Lassigny itself, which
is the immediate French object
ive in this sector possession of
which would be likely to cause a
considerable retirement by the
Germans both to the east and the
west on this end of the battle
To Improve Your Digestion.
''For years mv digestion was
so poor that I could only eat the
lightest of foods. I triedeverything
that I he'ard 6fi-i.o get rclfef, but
indUaara, V ... -
Weathei Forecaster August. .
Frm 6 to 14, changeable
with- rain threatening, some
storm.8 south west, beavy,
unsettle i .weather here and
From 14 to 21, fair", with
sultry weather, generally
with :Vrai tfs and so me "..wind
Fromv21 16 28, fair, stormy
wests threatening cool cen
tral cd slight rain .
Krdro 28 to Sept. 5th, rainy
tbreating storms along.
August, pleasant, sultry
and some cool ail along with
raiii ani wind storms west,
south and northeast mostly.
By time' of moon; changes
bere. and there. Fair sea
sons continues here.
' This August 1st, 1918;
f Heky Reid,
I : ft3 Box 167,
V ;: v Salisbury, N (J.
in tbelark. ;
A Colored minister was' 'about
to le(T his congregation in prayer
wheyruddenly .the floor of the
church" sank a foot, causing a
commotion among the parishion
ers. J 1 be preacher was equal to
the' occasion and quickly quieted
his ffock by solemnly saying:
4tay just whar yo.' is, my
people, de Lawd is wif you!"
Immediately a big Mose Peters
ju.mpted upon a pew and shouted
. 'Misto' preacher, if de Lawd
' was wif me just now, den who
all's done took ma fo' bits in dis
iiea It law do wn bunch ' o' -black
be r He s? Gar foo n Magazin e
If PAZO OINTMENT tails
id, Bteedrag or Protruding Piles.
Tnstantlf relieves Itching Piles, and yoo can get
re3iU sleep after Uie fiiapplUtioiu Prico
Best Effort is Everything.
How then shall the Nation de
cide who has proven his va ue?
The answer is this:
There is nothing any man can
do more than his best. From
President Wilson down to the
business manager of a small fac
tory and to the man who drives
the rivets, there is moral equali
ty among all who do their best.
The factory manager who com
pleteiy sacrifices his personal
interests f r nroducnon. the
man- who drives the greatest
number of rivets that he possi
. . , - , , ,
uiy uaa in a uay iiiey nave ooin
done their all. they have bot;
done everything. That is com
plete, absolute, unqualified pa
Mad M Does Damaee.
Some days ago a supposed maa
dog was running at large in sec
tion around and below Granite
Quarry, and, after biting several
people ana pro oar, jy some ogs
and other animus came to Salis-
bury whore it was run over . and
killed by an auiomohiie. It's
head w;is sent to R ileigh for e
aminalion and Cnief of Police
Steele has been notified that the
dog had a genuine case of hydro
phobia. Therefoie it is neces
sary that all dogs ;ind other ani
mals bitten by the mad dog be
slain and the persons bitten take
the proper treatmont,"
Loans to Our
The Unite! Stf- Tn- sury
has extended jvld'ni-wijil fitdi'
of $100,G00,00u .-. i ' - . -'.
000 to Belgium, and u-, i..
Serbia. Th total of credits ad
ra' --! lo our associates in the
Avar against Germany is now $6V
i a no (An aoo
mUMl J SKES mACK M LIEIITHOUSE
Submarine Operatic Off Virginia Caast Praba
bly Sunk by Amencaq Destroyer. '.
WaHhiiigtoij, Aug, 12,r-(ias
lfr)ni all discharged on the
vvater ly thb Germau Bnboia
ritte '..tipurattiig off the rriMl? .
At Hi ii lie coast, overcame six'
tnriii i tliH coat guard Bta
Mou a n d light houe o. u ,
SmithV I-)airl, N C, atur-:
Jay evoiiing,' th uavy des,
parhnn1 was advised today
t he commatidaQt of the :
aixtli naval district.
If the gas attncK was delib
erate, an. 1 moBt officials t)e
ivh! tliat.it wa-t it coiietts
siitwl a new andiiVgenibtja
fnii f 'fl.Uuhh' and,
o'far :iri liar lutn THportefl,
was ihe IhM direct effort of
li Genua n mirlpr-p to harm
jeiFons in property on Arntj-
. Thn ga was taiM by the
nrnman 'ant n? ih coast
uaid stalhrn to hav- mncli
h e sa in h h T c 1 a p t ! i h m n st a r d ?
as uvx by the Germans on
sir- wirni i ilint. i j s e men
were laid "nl lor muie than
balf an hour "nnt at-carently
Buffered no eei iou? after nf
, The riippatch relating thn
r,af attack was oue of a perita
pnct-rnii g , German eubma
i hie warfare off thw Atlantic
)ast leceived during 4he day
My t4ie na v 7 der artment.
Q,1H tmHfea attack on a
an A metfean degtiyy W f w blcfe
charged 17 depth charges
'Tlu je, the raider. w,s seen to
submerge. Thri result of the
tUack was not ohsi ve.i, b:it
.ifte- il b id appeared on the
surface of the water, two
bombs drc.pped ou the spot
and the submarine was not
seen again .
Sinking rf the Brit!sh
sJeann-r Penistone, of 4,189
gross tons, and the Swedish
steamer, Sydlano, of 3,033
gross tons, in New- England
waters near where 10 fishing
smacks were Suuday also waa
reported to the navy depart-
ma.f H.iri.ir fi,u ,ir 'i i.a
former was orndoed Sniu
j ,;i.r i -
nay with the fateoi her crew
still undetermined while the
latter was destroyed by bombs
August 8 and her rrew later,
rescued bypassing ships.
Still another dispatch said
that four survivors of the
fishing schooner Kitie PaN
mer lauded at New Bedford,
Mas?., reported that they had
been taken aboard the sub
marine, the commander of
whjch boasted that be was
,.quipprt(1 f0 remain in Am
, (jan w.lHr, f()r moij1UH. if
In the Van.
It was an idle hour in a cer
tain high -class shoe store. A
few salesmen were gathered to
gether in one corner of the es
tablishment, discussing the rela
tive values of footwear. Said
cne, proudiy.rThe shoes th t I am
wearing are the best ma'tlc. Tht-y
are genuine Cordovans
A hort silence enued. but it
it wa-. sn.in iirnupn .hv ih" oifir
s;jtsni,ni w;i' s "u :rji ri;t
.. i !u-i i a v king av.aV
troui lilt oi iv,s ;al'i:
Til a I s
in uc ate
moving - v .us.
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