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Keep this advertisement. Rememb
nearest you, or attend them all. Over I
AT ONCE! If you need fine farming or
Sales At The F<
400 Cavalry Horses, 750 Artillery
Horses, 350 Draft Mules,
For information write Lt. Col. H. C. L.
Jones. Remount Depot, Camp
Wheeler. Macon, Ga.
300 Cavalry Horses. 450 Artillery
Horses, 75 Draft Mules.
For information write Major T. E.
Price. Remount Depot, 308
Camp Hancock, Augusta. Ga.
1',7 Artillery Horses, 330 Cavalry
Horses. 160 Draft Mules.
For information write Lieut. L. L.
Evanw. Q. M. C., Remount Depot. No. 316
Camp Gordon. Atlanta. Ga.
Other Sales Will B2
April 25-Camp McArthur, Waco, Texas.
April 28--Camp Upton. Yaphank, Long Island,
April 28-Camp Dodge. DesMoines. Ia.
April 28-Camp Travis. San Antonio, Texas.
April 30-Camp Dlx,
Fr~ furtter information write Commanding Offl
These animals are all prime, f
exceptionally fine farming stock.
MOUNT DEPOTS, rain or shine.
Highest Bidder. Lunch on grounds.
TERMS: CASH OR
."'sold singly, in pairs, or car lot
animal. Railroad Agents will be on
ICT0Il (A N Qt OTAS Ilin
imiate C'ounty3 A pportionmenlts geil
rrba A p'ril 18H. -The publicity Gogtw
tee (of theW Souith Cairolinai vie-(;((niI(
ian (campatignI announlces~ the Genwo
nig aipproximaJt( q1uota~s for this IIn ~o
by counties: (ry
lle $ 225,000.Jx r
le122,400 dfc tr
on- 1,062,400 Ltrn
rg 283,800 I'
ell - 1831,850 teigo
rt. 225,0001 Mrbr
ston 4,891,400 (cn'
ce 293,600 Oagbr
r ..- 348,1(00 Iikn
n--.. ---.. ---.--148,000 pitnhr
er the dates! Attend the sale or sales
11000 well conditioned animals to be sold
draft stock, you will get bargains.
Spartanburg, S. C,
400 Cavalry Horses, 900 Artillery
Horses, 450 Draft Mules.
For information write Capt. P. S. Bur
dett, Q. M. C., Remount Depot,
Camp Wadsworth, Spartanburg, S. C.
Greenville, S. C.
575 Cavalry Horses, 550 Artillery
Horses, 350 Draft Mules.
For information write Capt. Oliver L.
Overmeyer, A. M. C., Remount
Depot, Camp Sevier, Greenville, S. C.
North Charleston, S. C.
30 Cavalry Horses. 350 Artillery
Horses, 250 Draft Mules.
For information write Major Albert
Kr'b,, Q. M. C.. Embarkation
Depot. No. Charleston, S. C.
~e Held As Follows:
May 1-Camp Fntn otRly ass
May 1-Camp SeiHtlsug is
Wrightstown, N. J.
cor, care Remount Depot, at the foregoing camps.
at and in good condition. They are
Sales will be held always at RE
---under cover, if necessary, and to
s, to suit purchaser. Halter with each
the grounds. Come! It's your last
269,701) Un ion 28G,050
162,3001 Williamlsbur '22,501
Y3,r(1 ork .8GG,15(
745,650 Th <uota for the fourth 1liberty.
loan was $32,425,000.
- 195,0010 AM EIU' ~A NOT TO
187,50i0 JOIN ALLIANCE?
225,000( P'aris, A pril 20.- (Hy t he Associat
3(03,5!0I ed Press) .-Pr-'iesident Wilson had
424,450 conference with Premier Clemencear
--253,9(00I this afternoon between dlriv(e aboul
410l,800i town with Mrs. Wilson.
447,250 Fo ihsuc nte. e
132,1 (00cndlgto i a ere
- 295.500Iote alane et en he )wrst
- - 9 (0(,550gurne th aty of Irnc
thI410 aat tt Ame rimanytd wan t.' -i
.3,50l7,400( no alliance would be entered into ha
-- 187.5l)0 the United States that was not con
,358,800 ,tistent with the spirit oif the leagoi
The government 'of .the Unit<
States is your government.
That government has given il
sacred word to do certain things.
These things require the expend
ture of great sums of money.
Your government must- keep i1
word, must spend these sums
This money can only be secured no
in two ways: either by taxation or b
Taxes are high enough, are the
not? Nevertheless, they will not pre
duce enough to meet the preser
Then, the only way the Unite
States cc .1 pay for peace is by boi
rowing the balance needed $4,500
All right then, your governer
must borrow $4,500,000,000 and sin<
other countries have no money to lent
it must borrow this money in tih
United. States and from one or tw
Your government must borrow fror
the b:tnbs and other financial institu
tions or it must borrow from millior
of patriotic citizens.
If this money coul') be borrowe
from the banks. would it be wise
With all of their capital tied up i
Government securities. how would th
banks perform their normal function
of financing regular business enter
prises .and development projects
W ithout beim finance,, how coul
factories : nd business operate, ho'
could the country be developed, ho,
could labor be employed, how coul
people live? Think it over!
Very well then, there is one cours
left upon. Your government mus
borrow from you and from ever
other mndividual up to each one's limi
Hence the Victory Liberty Loan o
April 21, 1919,--the loan of victory
peace and thanksgiving.
These are just facts. Can you se
any other way out of it ? We can't
The Treasury Department cannot, ant
after you think it over and conside
that the government is asking you t
subscribe for an absolutely gilt-edgei
short term, good interest-bearing se
curitry, andi by loinie it help pay fo
vietory and peace and prosperity, yot
won t want to find aoynther way out
but will. Like a true American, yoi
will step up and say
"Sure, we'll finish the job! Uncli
Sam can have the use of all my mone:
to pay for peace! I can go over the
top mn the Victory Liberty Loan i
my boy could do it at St. Mihiel."
Y ours for the Victory Liberty Loan
Edwin W. Robertson,
" rBite i
We use for
We put mil
I teeth in.
go to it for cc
out a "comec-L
8APS SUSPECT MISSIONARIES
kpanese Consul Gen l Gyla . Out
s Tokio Cable
- New York, ,N. Y., April 18.-The
Japanese Government suspects "one or
two Americans nfissionsrles. of.a con
'f neetion With the present uprising in
Korea" but has, followed, the most
w "considerate method of dealing with
y the matter' and hds not' 'arrested a
sintgle of them," according to an ofl
y cial cable message from Tokio made
i public here today by Chonoguke Yada,
it Japanese consul general in Ney York.
The cablegram denied .reports' that
d at Ping-Yang, "a Japanese "soldier
struck an American lady missionary
' with the butt end of his gun" or that
at Noburu-Kawa " our soldiers geprch
it ed the hone of an American niission
e ary and forced their way into the
1, bedroom of his wife." Thorough in
e vestigation of the Ping-Yang inci
o dent, the message said, showed "the
report originated from the action of a
n Japanese soldier trying to force back
the passage of a crowd with his gun
s held horizontally."
Asserting that the riots .have been
spensor'ed by "one Son Heiki, who i
- at the head of a cult called Tendo-Kyc
n (heavenly way) and harbors amutin
e ous ambition of bringing about a
s eoup dletat," the message continued:
"Ie is matter of exceeding regret
- that a certain portion of the mission
11 ary body has inspired the suspicion
v that they have indulged in words and
actions susceptible to political con
structions. But the authorities have
ever respected the freedom of faith
e and at no time and in no instance
t have they closed the churches con
' ducted by the missionaries. Only those
t among the leaders of the Tendo-Cult
and the Korean missionaries who
have had an intimate connection with
the present rioting have been put
The message asserted the reason
certain native christians and Korean
I students had joined the movement was
because "they misinterpreted the
significance of the league of nations
and the doctrine of self determina
r After denying reports of cruelties
1 practiced on the Koreans, the cable
gram declared armed forces had been
1 employed only in "certain remote sec
tions where police powers were inade
"Such a report as that of a sol
dier striking off a girl's arm is utter
ly without foundation in fact," said
the official statement. "As a matter
of fact the sword now carried by the
soldiers is entirely too dull to cut off
41HEN 1 go fisha
fish that bite, ani
tobacco comes eit
or- wrong "ripening.
VLELV ET only the fines
.t we don't stop there.
1ions of pounds of this t<
in wooden hogsheads, fc
en and mellow..
quicker ways, but they
'way mak ~es
kind of to
can always '
mnildness and smooth~ness
make it just eight for
Should Read Mrs. Monyhans
Letter PublisheJct ley
Her Pern insin.
Mitchell, Ind.-" LydIa F. Pikham'a
Vegetab!e Compound helped me ao much
during the time I
to comgn o,wIy
litte one that I.ir
mothers. Be fore
' taking it,someday.
Ij 1 suffered with neu.
ralgia so badly that
I thought I could
i not live bdt after
- taking tfiree bottles
' ,ofL ydia E. Pink
ham V e e table
Compound was en
tirely relieved of
neural gia, 1 had
gained in strength
and was able to go
around and do all
my housework. My baby when seven
months old weighed 19 pounds and I feel
better than I have for a long time. I
never had any medicine o e so
much good."-Mrs. PEARL MONYHAN,
Good health during maternity Is a
most important factor to both mother
sad child, and many letters hate been
received by the ydia E. Pinkham
Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass., telling of
health rstoredduring t. ,s tryin period
by the use of Lydia E. Pinkham s Vege
TOBACCO WORKERS STRIKE
Cubans Ask 20 Per Cent Increase in
Havana, April 20.-A strike of to
bacco workers of Havana and Pinar
Del 'Rio provinces began at 1 o'clock
this afternoon to enforce demands for
a general 20 per cent increase in
wages and various betterments in
working conditions. It Is estimated
between 8,000 and 10,000 men are af
Cigar box makers who have been
on a strike for some time have the
support of the tobacco workers, who
declare they will not return to work
even if their demands are granted
until the demands on the former are
satisfied. The strikers say thew do
not desire a general strike.
nl' I want
r Nature to