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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 F4
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.
177 Artillery Horses, 330 Cavalry
Horses. 160 Draft Mules.
For information write Lieut. L. L.
Evans. Q. M. C., Remount Depot. No. 316
Camp Gordon. Atlanta. Ga.
Other Sales Will E
April 25-Camp McArthur, Waco, Texas.
April 28-Camp Upton, Yaphank, Long Island,
April 28-Camp Dodge. DeuMoines. Ia.
April 28-Camp Travis. San Antonio. Texas.
April 30-Camp Dix,
For further information write Commanding Of
These animals are all prime,
exceptionally fine farming stock.
MOUNT DEPOTS, rain or shine
Highest Bidder. Lunch on grounds
TERMS: CASH OR
.3old singly, in pairs, or car lo
animal. Railroad Agents will be or
ICTO1(Y J,0AN QU'OTAS Ido
imaite (ount y A praortiwriEmmets ge(I -
A nnou~nced. I:it(l
mbe,. April 18-Thne puiblicity Gogtw
.tee of t he South Carolirna vic-(rri 1.
aian campaign annfounlces theGre oo
nig approximate quotas for this hmpo
by counlties: lrr
lie -$ 225,000 .apr
- ~ ~ ~ I07,000Krhw
ale ..122,400 Ian atr
on 1,.062,400 Iarn
rg --- 283,800 le - -
rt.-. 22r5,000 Mrbr
-y - 172,500 c rm k -
n .180,000 Nwer
sion-------- 4,891,400)(oee .
r ---.. ----- 48,100 Pces.
don---_ ---. --- 240,000 ld -
n .. - 148,000 M~rahr
~ton------------. 487,40 chster - .
er the dates! Attend the sale or sales
1,000 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.
. May 2
5'5 Cavalry Horses, 550 Artillery
Horses, 350 Draft Mules.
For information write Capt. Oliver L.
Overmeyer, 0. M. C., Remount
Depot, Camp Sevier, Greenville, S. C.
North Charleston, S. C.
30 Cavalry Horses. 350 Artillery
Horses, 250 Draft Mules.
Far information write Major Albert
Kalb,, Q. M. C.. Embarkation
Depot, No. Charleston, S. C.
Le Held As Follows:
May 1-Camp Fntn otRly ass
May 1-Camp SebHtisug is
Wrighistown, N. J.
nI cer, care Remount Depot, at the foregning camp.
Fat and in good condition. Thery are
Sales will be held always at RE.
---under cover, if necessary, and tc
ts, to suit purchaser. Halter with eaci
the grounds. Come! It's your las
269,700( Union . - 286,05
* 62,3(0 Williamsbur "25
2,2.(l Y 'ork............8;0,lr
74l5,650) T he quota for the fourth libert
* - 1.7 5,4 loan was $32,425,000.
9,00A MI Efi('IA NOT TCO
187,50l0 .IJOIN ALLIANCE
225,0010 Paras, A pril 20.-(P1y the Associa
303,5r ( ed Press).---President Wilson had
124 ,450 conference with Premier C'lemeneet
* ~253,900 this afternoon betwceen d rivVes abm)
.10(,8001 town with Mrs. Wilson.
*t47,2F50 From a high source in the A mrn~
132,10(0 enn delegation is was learned toni
456l,000 Ithat the A mericano Ottituode oni the r
3,507,41(00n linewud eetrdit
n8:I o alinwudbe entered ittsha. s nt o
- - - - '146 0 ofnai'0s
- JUST; FACTS
The governmernt of .the United
States is your government.
That government has given its
sacred word to do certain things.
-These things require the expendi
ture of great sums of money.
Your government must keep its'
word, must spend these sums. of
This money can only be secured now
in two ways: either by taxation or by
Taxes are high enough, are they
not? Nevertheless, they will not pro
duce enough to meet the present
Then, the only way the United
States can pay for peace is by bor
rowing the balance needed $4,500,
All right then, your government
must borrow $4,500,000,000 and since
other countries have no money to lend,
it must borro.v this money in the
United. States and from one or two
Your government must borrow from
the b:inbs anid other financial institu
tions or it must borrow from millions
of patriotic citizens.
If this money coull be borrowed
from the banks, would it be wise?
With all of their capital tied up in
Government securities, how would the
banks perform their normal functions
of financing regular business enter
prises - and development projects?
Without bing finance', how could
factories r.nd business operate, how
cotid the country be developed, how
could labor be employed, how could
people live ? Think it over!
Very well then, there is one course
left upon. Your government must
borrow from you and from every
other individual up to each one's limit
Hence the Victory Liberty Loan on
April 21, 1919,-the loan of victory,
peace and thanksgiving.
These are just facts. Can you see
any other way out of it.? We can't.
The Treasury Department cannot, and
after you think it over and consider
that the government is asking you to
subscribe for an absolutely gilt-edged,
short term, good interest-bearing se
curity, and by doine it help pay for
victory and peace and prosperity, you
won't want to find aoynther way out,
but will. Like a true American, you
and sA eian-o
will step up and say
"Sure, we'll finish the job! Uncle
Sam can have the use of all my money
to pay for peace! I can go over the
top in the Victory Liberty Loan if
my boy could do it at St. Mihiel."
Y ours for the Victory Liberty Loan,
Edwin W. Robertson,
We use for
We put mil
I teeth in.
go to it for co
(I out a "come-b
(1Get ch umr
JAPS SUSPECT MISSIONARIES
Japanese Consul Genaii! Gly4s . Out
New York, ,N. Y., April 18.-The
Japanese Government suspects "one or
two Americans nmissionaries of.a con
nection with the present uprising in
Korea" but has followed . the most
"considerate method of dealing with
the matter' and hits not 'arrestdd a
single of them," according to an offi
cia cable message from Tokio made
public here today by Chondguke Yada,
Japanese consul general in New York.
The cablegram denied report. that
at Ping-Yang, "a Japanese soldiei
struck an American lady missionary
with the butt end of his gun" or that
at Noburu-Kawa " on soldiers jearch
ed the home of an r erican nisslo -
ary and forced t- - vay into the
bedroom of his wir. Thorough in
vestigation of the Ping-Yang inci
dent, the message said, showed "the
report originated from the action of a
Japanese soldier trying to force back
the passage of a crowd with his gun
Asserting that the riots .have been
sponsored by "one Son Heiki, who iq
at the head of a cult called Tendo-Kye
(heavenly way) and harbors amutin
ous ambition of bringing about a
coup dletat," the message continued:
"Ie is matter of exceeding regret
that a certain portion of the mission
ary body has inspired the suspicion
that they have indulged in words and
actions susceptible to political con
structions. But the authorities have
ever respected the freedom of faith
and at no time and in no instance
have they closed the churches con
ducted by the missionaries. Only those
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
students had joined the movement was
because "they misinterpreted the
significance of the league of nations 1
and the doctrine of self determina- I
After denying reports of cruelties
practiced on the Koreans, the cable-%
gram declared armed forces had been
employed only in "certain remote sec- t
tions where police powers were inade- I
"Such a report as that of a sol- c
dier striking off a girl's arm is utter- s
ly without foundation in fact," said (
the official statement. "As a matter e
of fact the sword low carried by the t
soldiers is entirely too dull to cut off s
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~fishA that bite, an
tobacco comes eit]
or wrong "ripenmng.
VLELVET only the fines
t we~ don't stop) there.
iionis of pounds of this to
in wooden hogsheads, fo
en and mellow.,
quicker ways, but they
' way makes
kimli of to-A
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mildness. and smoothnese
make it just r.Iht fo,
Should Read Mrs.Monyan s
Letter Pubishef d y
Her Pern iision
Mitchell, Ind.-" Ly1ia E. Pinchm e
Vegetable Compound helped me so much
during the time I
to the comng-of ny.
little one that I a
recymmending it to
mothers. Befor e,
taking it, somedays,.
t I suffered with neu.
ralgia so badly that
i I thought I could
-i not. live brit after
- taking tfiree bottles
of Lyia ]. P in k
ham Ve getable
Compound I was en
tirely relieved of
neuralgia, I had
gained in strength
and was able to go
around and.. do all
ny housework. My baby when seven.
nonths old weighed 19 pounds and I feel
)etter than I have for a long time. I
lever had any medicine do me so
nuch good."-Mrs. PEARL MONYHAN,
Good health during maternity is a
nost important factor to both mother
md child, and many letters ha'e been
*eceived by the Lydia E. Pinkh-im
edicIne Co., Lynn, Mass., telling of
ealth restored duringt.is trying period
)y the use of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
TOBACCO WORKERS STRIKE
nbans Ask 20 Per Cent Increase in
Havana, April 20.-A strike of to
acco workers of Havana and Pinar
)el 'Rio provinces began at 1 o'clock
his afternoon to enforce demands for
general 20 per cent increase in
vages and various betterments in
vorking conditions. It is estimated
etween 8,000 and 10,000 men are af
Cigar box makers who have been
n a - strike for some time have the
upport of the tohpcco workers, who
leclare they will not return to work
ven if their demands are granted
intil the demands on the former are
atisfied. The strikers say thew do
iot desire a general strike.
a' I want
r Nature to