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man A Home Newapaper Published Affaire _ _ -j ._' • _;_;\____________ V0T XIV NO. 47. FOURTH SERIES SALISBURY, N WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6TH, 1013. .. ESTABLISHED 1832 JJ> * -■ * ’ _■ L: :■ •_I •* ._ •>*■■• ' _:_i,__i___■■___ WHITE MEN. hHD colored men culled. While Men Go to Fori Caswell and Colored Meo Go to Camp Green, • The following is a list of men J called for entrainment to Fort Caswell, N C, during five day period Torn November '5 18: Lafayette GBAckweU Richard K A Stirewalt Garland Henry Pope. Baldy Monroe Heilig. Thomas Brown Wood Charlie Archie Warie Thompson Dunn Lee Roseman Thomas H Salley Wade J Safrit Burwcli B Deal. Jennings- E Kester Sidney Clde Beaver * John Henry Baity Guy A Hegler Henry Caldwell Wesley C Agner J L S^nnge Alternate: David C Jordan L M Fl mtiUatl Ral pli tvarriker James ueonJrd Mills Cecil Augustas Peltea The following negro men are called for entrainment to Camp Green. N C, during three day period beginning- November 19 under call No. 1347. Renism: a Tr .tt Katie G dry Charley Haley Vick SifforJ Waller Ashfojpl. Idel Hat grave Hezekiah Grider John Austin Sam Gaither' Alternates. Adolphus Heilig William Setzer Leo Thorn A SALISBURY INTERVIEW. Hr. Glsysr Tells His Experience. The following .brief account of an interview with a Salisbury man ten vc- rs ago and its sequel will be read with keen interest, by every citizen. J W (Dover Shoemaker, 116 N Maine St., says: i have suffer ed at tt u j from spells of back ache. The pain was so severe at times I couldn’t get out of bed without help. • Dim; ally a friend advised me to get Doan s j Kidcev P’l.ls and a lew doses j stopped the backache. Since then when I have had any! trouble, a few of Doan's have al- ; ways made me well again. I can’t say too much in praise of: D ail’s anu hope others will try; th cm. St:;: . j o n. g 1 yen J an u ary j n 1 t r. i On May 11, 1918, tor Glover; said: Doan’s Kidney Pills cured : me of kid nr - trouble anti back -: ache several years ago artel- I consider them the Lest kidney remedy I use Doan’s when I feel the slightest sign of trouble returning and- they give me satis faciory relief.” (>t)c at all dealers. Foster Mil burn Co.. :'grs., Buffalo, N. Y. Wea'liar Kwh. !er fay. 1313. From 3 to llch, changeable with rain along, cool with wind and irusty. From 11 u 18, changeable wish cold wind, 'threatening rain and sno v. From 18 to 25, fair and cold win is. Slightly warm a’ortg, Snow northwest. Frrm 25 to Dec. 3..4*smn ar.d win i along and some c’oider bliz zard s. N member has appearnce for mono rains than the past month. Sno ■/ heavy northwest and west threatening cent r a 1 states. Noi lowest- heavy rains central most / about the 25th out, with som warm and cool along wish wind . Kill mg f o-t to ail cron after be 11 •< or about then. This •ci. ■< >r 28". rlKNUY Rkid, R No. 3 Pox 107. Salisbury, N. C Terms of Armistica Unisr Which Austria Laid Down “irms Givou Out. Washington, Nov. 4.—The terms of armistice under which the land and sea forces of what was once the Ausiro-Hungary envoi re has laid down their arm were announced today simultan eously in Washington and allied capitals. They accomplish com plete surrender, and open Austria and Hungary territory for Ameri can and allied operations against Germany. From this drastic document it is slated may be gleaned an accurate outline of conditions Hearing completion in the su preme war council at Versailes under which Germany may ha £ cessation of hostilities. The terms under which the debacle on the Italian front end ed today at 3 p m (9 a m eastern United States time) include com plete demobilization of Austrian forces, surrender of one half of ad artillery and military equipment. occupation by Ameri cc and the allied forces of such s.ragetic places as may later be selected, use of Austria’s rail roads for operation against Ger nany, evacuation of all invaded territory leaving behind all quipment and supplies including •oal; surrender of portion of the \ustrian surface and submarine Gets and disarmament of others and under American and allied control,- surrender of all German submarines in Austrian waters and repatriation of allied and American prisoners without re ciprocity. Evacuation oi Austrian terrt to''V roughly corresponding to1 the boundary lines claimed by It ly under the Italian Irrenden tia or treaty ot Loudon program. Pite right of occupation by allied forcesjis reserved, Leal authori ses to maintain order under allied supervision. The terms of the armistice are to he carried out under the direc tive of Marsh i! Tech who will des goats material to be turned over and supervise the mo ve in c it of Au tro iiuagarxaB forces to the rear All Germ- u troops in A astro Hungary, Italy or the tialuans rnu,t be out or interned within 15 days. Destruction • of, any property by retreating forces is specifically forbidden. Ships to be surrendered include fifteen modern Austrian subma rines, three battleships, three light crusiers; mne destroyers tv. elve torpedo boats: one mine jay ot and six Dane ho monitors to be designated by u.e allies. Other war craft-: arc to be con c e n t: rated and disarmed under allied direction. Free navigation of all Austrian waters by both the war and,com mercial fleets of the allies is pro vided for. rue jjanuDe route is to oe kept open by the occupation of dismantling of fortresses to be selected by the allied comman der. Existing blockade of allies against Austria remains unchanged, Austria’s ships being liable to capture where found except wherea commission, to be later, made provides otherwise. All fortresses protecting the Austrian naval bases or stations are to be occupied and the arsen al at Pola is specifically surren dered. Ail allied craft held by Austria are to be returnad im mediately The -only organize: *ui .ary force A. iVcris is permit •:.c< to retain is limited to tha to laiucaiti order *n her owi j b ' ler. Grove’s Tasiciess chill Tonic destroys the malarial germs which are transmitte to the blood by the Malaria Mosquito. Price 60c. f China Grove Boys, Two Deed and Ota. Wounded. f The following is taken from last week’s issue of Mooresviiie Enterprise: Clarence A Sloop, who came to Mooresviiie about seven, years ago from China Grove and lived with Mr and Mrs J F . McGraw, died at sea on Ociober 14 of in llucnza,atelegram having reached here Tuesday announcig the sad fact. Only last week Mrs cGraw received a card which stated the ship on which he had sailed had reached • its porp safelyoverseas, and it was re sumed that Mr Sloop had been with the ship. The remains, were sent back to Hoboken N J.j and will be fshipped froth there to Mooresviiie. It is expected the body will arrive ..Friday mdVninsr and the remains will be conveyed to Ebenezer church, rear China Grove for interment Mr Sloop was a son of the late. P A Sloor> and a brother of John A Sloop of the post . office in Salisbury. Letters have been received here stating that Litz Linn and Mason Wilhelm ate wounded slightly and John. Linn is'gassed All are in a hospital in France. ; Mrs Will Cornell daughter of John W S Correll of this place, received a telegram saying ’her husband had been killed in- ac tion in France All are in the Both Division. ARE YOU “CHIPPY” THIN, RUN-DOWN? Acid Iran Mineral Will Put New Lifejntn; You —Build up Your Weakened System Caused By Influenza. 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For sale by all druggists and general slotes. Don’t delay, call for it today. Ferrodine •Iheenical Oorp, Roanoke, Va. i Ygung lo Suit In the Le?. Ed White of Chestnut Hill, j was accidentally shot through | the calf of one of his legs Sat j urday afternoon b y Homer Gardner- The accident occurred down on the creek near Chest nut Hill where a party of young men were hunting. White was taken to the sanatorirm fos treat ment. I Sleep aid Rest. One of the most common caus : es of insomorua and restlessness 1 is indigestion Taka one o I Co. mberGin’ Taoiet-; iannedia Iteiy alter supper and see if yoi d | do not rest and sleep better [They only cost a quarter. Notice to Borrdiioiders: r:f 4 Washington, DC 12 13 P T, Noy 2 1518. “Governor, Federal Reserve“Bank, Richmond, Va. ' ‘Immediate—Secreiarv McA dooitoday made Hiicm " following . ! -* . announce njdn;WT" -v » ' The privelege .pfCcotty.erting'. four per cent bonds pi. the First Liberty Loan ohiGflliyferipd *ai|d fon’r-per c<$rnt bon'ps blithe; Second Liberty Loan into four and a quarter per cent bonds expires onfNovember Ninth Nineteen Eighteen and cannot under ex istifgplaw be extended. The Tr'* " hone all in its mis vat date of its expirat|dh|1-. 11 fe' safe to assume that upon 'the ex- | pira'tion of the conyersioq.. privfh lege the fact will reboot itself unfavorably, in the market price of unconverted '"four per cent' bonds whith « 'have heretofore beeti rina-intafned ■ 'sn-Ust-aiitially on a .party with.■•the.' pcpji^rted four and -.a• qq-arter " ger*. cent bonds b?y fth$r •d:xistenceipjoTythe : privilege of cqnver.&ibnP .The Treasury ’ how asks the' ‘iiews papers"'o'f the ' United 'States, bankers, brokers and others to do what they * call to 'bring these facts before’the attention of the bond holders. Please make a special effort at once to bring this announcemtto the pat t e-tit ion of bond holders. ’ ; P ’ 'Signed ■ EeffingwelP;.. ■ null! Your Bqud... A' : \ ' :- ; 4: Some get-rick ^uiok. . toricerirs a i e e ri d e.;a v.-o m. n g .to p e s a. a d ., pa^riotjc .r.cjL'i k-.o rn ty, bopd holders ;‘.hiib§im,f know will not sell .outright their Libcrtyd'jqi.Kls -to turn qwefei^ix. Liberty .bends :tar tdjests cpiitparties,-1 as security for ftrildatiy ‘arid with; the mobey tlUK hipTlAVed.- pur-; chia-se stock,in -their,companies; ;;; • A Liberty John* bond i^.ithe ^ safest investment -in the’ \yorld-. and- a pEUdeht tnah v Ayild-.-very carefully investigate any etiort to.indilce him tp cxehang.e . ’it'Ach' a ' iess “i.a-fe.. .in.y esttp^rK-A'This deriding’ oife mobey.^.'bui/Di'jerty.-' bonds as a.'security. -Apif purchbie St’ofck in the lender's cgwipaityA is in maiiyyaseS only A. xiis-* guised method ■ j?T_ ■-» eyYh-artg.itsg stock of dpubtiaiV'-alue-y It is a goeikiilsi^ss danij'lt t is patriotism tO.idio'fd'-.your'5: Lifert'y; bonds. ; ;fV •A'. t--. Chanibarlain’s Eough* Remedy. , . t ' .Do not that ’.because othH?-:c6Ug:h; .mcdfcities' -failed' to give you relief that- wil l be ^the same wi.’n Chimti'e riaiii's'-Cough Remedy. Bear. ‘m’.. .imm$/.*4iaf. from a small beginning this remedy has gained a world wide reputation and immense sale. A medicine must have exceptional merit to win esteem wherever it becomes known. - «* Lifcarty Loan FMr Cvarsuboenbed '' ■ :V j. Washington. Nov1—T'Id~e fourth Liberty Loan* was' over subscribed by- more tnjtn': $866,• 000,000. Final report’s announc ed today by- life- treasury ;shoy s u bser.i p tion s ■- of : 46?866-4 f6; 300, It is estimated: that 21,0t0t00( persons bought bonds. All Federal reserve' districts oversubscribed, tne,Boston dis I reaching 126 .per.cerjt,. of its q.uo j taand standing first in percent . I age column. Richmond madi 123 per cent, and : Piiiladeiphii ’.1119 per cent. . . r • Grove’s-Tarir’ a-i cliijl' Ionic 1 ■ -: i restores vitality and ©a .igy a/.- pnriiyitrg ana ei • j riching tire blood, Yea Situ soon feel its Strengti I erring. Invigorating Meet. Price 60c. BELIEVED GERMANY WILL CAPiTULATE Council at Vienna issues Appeal to Germar People of Austria Statins Conditions. ■London, by way of Montreal. Nov. 5.—In sending the new al lied agreement on armistice con ditiiins to Germany the Times’ Paris correspondent says that th^ allied successes on the French front lea re little dou.bt of Germany’s acceptance. London, Nov. 5.—A demon stration was held before the Bis marck monument in Berlin Sun.' day in favor of continuing the war and a resolution was passed protesting against the accep tance of a humiliating peace, a.c ggjWfcUnjej to a_ Copenhagen, dis ■Mfib \) the Telegraph pompangj q uotiag the, Tegfeblatt of l|eiAli. Amsterdam, Nov. 5.— The State’Council at Vienna has is sued an appeal to the German vpegpl'£-pf-A!ustria, in which it is declared- the con n try is5 in danger aad the arifry breaking up in his order. hThi/aVl,Tal-e.xtuirts- the soldiers to volunteer to join the Ger'man-iVtssfriajx &rmy <:orps. ti4ri2dn;.Noy: 5. — The -Bos hevikhgovernment of Russia, it is reported from Petrograd, has handed the neutral ministers a note.for fairs mission to the e.i - lente -nations asking for the op ening .of peace negotiations in -order. . that -hostilities between the allies that the Soviets gov ernment may be ended ,'says an Exchange Telegraph dispatch from Copenhagen. Wash dig ton, Nov. 5.—Efforts of the Rolshevihi government to disc-ties'The withdrawal of United ■■Suites’ fund ^allied forces from ■Russia tlfrotigh negotiations' for kd'rarmis'tice attr-acked lio serious attfeif&cvn-here, as the nations do note recognize ’ th'e' L/enine and Trotsky regime in any way. About Group. v i ;K your children are subject to croup, pr if:you. have .reason to fear their being attacked by.-this 'disease, you . should procure a hjottle d-i\ Gframberlain’s Cough . Remedy -and study -.the directions pfor.usqifsQ that iu.casc of an at tack )ro$i will, know,jjcxcally what .■cpycsbfo pursue- .This.is.a iav -oiritQniud very successful reme dy -fpr-croup.and it is important thatjou' observe the directions carefully. "" v Susar Allowance Increasea. - Raleigh, October 31.—The rapid manufacture of the new crop beet sugar in the west and new crop Louisana cane sugar in the south /'together with the freer- railway transportation con-; jditidn-s' the reductions that have Teen made in the consumption of sugar in manufactures and trades and the patriotic conser vation in the past four months enables the household allowance of sugar to' be increased from two pounds per person per month --to three-pounds' per person per , month, with the same ratio to . "ip'uTtfe'xsaling places -after Novem . ..birfl , - ■ i his makes good the promise \ (>f' t h e f o o d. a dpi i in i s t r a t i o n; i pd n r : cfease the' household allowance of sugar at the earliest.passible moment that the ^supplies would ■justify and make's’ u possible for the householder to more freely use the apple, cranberry and j.grape-fruit productsCand to use i | ;the fruits' canned . during the i ; shimmer without sugar. The' regulations are also re ' vised to.the extent that an . pers oh mity purchase a month's sup piy for the entire ianiiW in oik . | purchase from the retail trade, wmmm BRITT IN TENTH. Nortii CaroSsa Delegation in Congress Re Mains Solidly Democratic. Notwithstanding the bitter tight waged against Congress man Zebnlbu Weaver and the deter niaatiou ot partizii Republicans 5n the Tenth ! ’ongressional .district to elect former Congressman J J Britt, Mr-Weaver was re flected, it is safely estimated by a majority of 1,000 and die North Carolina rielega-. don of ten in Congress re mains sol ally Demu.pratic. The nly change in the ieingatiou is the eiNotib'h of dvM . Brfnson.; "iu the Third district', who will succeed Jougressmau George Hood vho wa.s n 't. a cauiidate to suceed himself. 1 lie I Hlowiug are i ue u uated maj iriGes the De iccratic c,.; n i id a tes receivad: John £H Small, Fir-et Dis t net. 5,000. \ Claude Kit chin, Second Distric', 7,5000, S \1 |Hrinsoii, Third Dis trict, 8,0 )0. . j Edwaid W Pou Fouith District, 0,500. Charles \I Steadman. Fifth District, 8,800. ilanibal ‘Godwin, Sixth District, 0,700. Lee .Robinson, Seventh District, 5,000. - R L Donghton, Eighth District, 2.700, EY Webb, Ninth District, 5 500. < " . . - - v;> " Zebulou Weaver, Tenth Distict, 1,000 Asheville. Nov, 5 —In every-precinct so far heard from, with one- exception, Weaver has made material gains over two years ago, Present .indications, accords ing to Democratic headquar ters, show that Weaver has - carried Haywood • county with a majority of 925 against , over t.vfp’^earg.ago c f 79 Weavtipoarrieu Asheville, third precinct, by majority ' of 157, a gain, of 76 over two years *ago. Weaver -aho gained fifty in hir majority in. Forest City, Rutherford. Britt’s majorities are being , cut largely iu all Hmidersou count, y precincts. Britt’s majority iu Maw Creek, Bah' combe, shows an increase of rigid over two yearsago! ' In Swain, with three pre» edicts.to hear from, Britt has -a maj uity of 227, which is a a very heavy loss. He count' ed on a majority of 650 iu Swain. His majority in Swain two years ago was 378 • Wjeaver’s maj <it iu M Howell is 50. Britl am d the county two yeans ago by 17 Votes. ■ : A-' J- ' 1 Greatly Benefited by Chamberlain’s Tablets. j 1 I am thankful for the g od I have received by using Cham berlain's Tablets About two years ago when I began taking them I was suffering a great deal from distress after eating, and from headache and a tired lan guid feeling due to indigestion : and a torpid .liver. Chamber Iain's Tablets corrected these ' | disorders in a short time, and j since taking two bottles of them imv health has been good ’’ writes Mrs M P Harwood, Au jbttrn,N. Y.