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IT , v ojj 0 SNA M HI n Li L1 LL ILLE i " KXOELSI OR." Tot, 35-Established 1832. GREENVILLE, OHIO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16,1916. No 70 1 : . - - . , Gettysburg. x Rev. J. F. Warner entertained visitors yesterday. Kirk Williamson and Frank Sellers and their wives of the Beech visited Mrs. M. E. Hahn in this-place yesterday and at tended divine services at the M E. church. Frank Luzena, wife and son Harry, visited their daughter Mary, living nar Troy, yester day af teiTiOon. Our M. E. Sunday school had an attendance yesterday of 102 and a generous collection. C. J. Miller and wife enter tained visitors yesterday. . J. H. Kniesly and wife had visitors yesterday from the vic inity of Oakland church. B. Z. Gibboney and wife par took of the hospitality of I. M. Petersime's home yesterday. The first number of our lecture course, consisting of a musicale, by three young ladies, was well attended and enjoyed by all. This augurs well and hopes are entertained that the venture will be a success. P. B. Moul, H. M. and C. L. Dershem, Lewis Krisman and wife, I. M. Petersime, B. Z. Gib boney, Mesdames M. A. Pickett, B. F. Hahn, and P. B. Miller and wife attended the Sunday School Conference held in the Christian church in Greenville " yesterday afternoon. It seemed to be well attended and was about as large as the attendance at out S. S. County Convention usually is. This augurs well and bespeaks a growing sentiment in favor of the cause. No matter, it seems, how much persons may be admonished by the occurrence of tragic events, a course will be pursued by which some person will suffer on ac count of such happenings. While out gunning for game this morn ing, Chester, son of Samuel Hous ton, living about 2 miles west .of . Painter Creek, accidentally shot and killed himself, the load en tering his face and going upward through the brain. He was aged about 17 years. North of this village about 2 miles a man by the name of Sul zberger shot himself yesterday with suicidal intent, but failed to accomplish his purpose. Rev. J. 0. Hillery, pastor of our M. E. church, gave us his last service yesterday before changing to go to Toledo to fill a vacant church of that city. It was really a great surprise and disappointment to our people to lose his services so soon after his re-appointment to this charge. But the thing which most sur prises his parishoners is that in the change they can find no pro motion. Well, the nation as well as the parts bas spoken, and the results seem something like this : We have met the enemy and we are theirs. It was really a great surprise in many of the accounts, and seems difficult to determine why it is thus. The most ra that eome people are seized per iodically with a paroxysm of mental obliquity and this elec tion dove tailed into that period, and thus a sufficient number of votes resulted to carry the elec tion in some parts, making a mixed result and placing some doubt upon the national result, whish it is claimed the official count alone can clear up. Noy. 13. XOB Constipation Dulls Your Brain. That dull, listless, oppressed feeling is due to impurities in your system, sluggish liver, clog ged intestines. Dr. King's New Life Pills give prompt relief. A mild, easy, non-griping bowel movement will tone up your sys tem and help to clear your mud dy, pimply complexion. Get a bottle of Dr. King's New Lif 3 ills today at your druggist, 25c. A dose tonight will make you cheerful at breakfast. Adv Brief Items. A ton of soy bears will yield about 40 gallons of oil uWul in various ways. A hundred and twentyfour pairs of birds nest on the aver age farm in the Northeast. Garlic flavor can be eliminated by heating milk to 145 F. and blowing air through it. There are 70 national bird res ervations, of which 67 are in charge of the Department of Ag riculture, Care should be taken to handle alfalfa hay so as not to lose leaves, as these contain considerably more than 50 per cent of the 'eediPR value of the hay. After testing his 17 cows thro' a cow-testing association, a Ne braska farmer sold 7 and receiv ed more profit from the 10 re maining animals than he had re ceived formerly from the whole herd. Tiie United States meat-inspec tion service certified to the whole someness of 11, 220, 958, 0C0 pounds of meat from 61,826,304 animak during the last fiscal year. It condemned 348,945' animals and 738,361 parts of animals, equiva ent to about 84,320,000 pounds of meat. It is impossible to make sweet, clean, flavored butter from old, unclean cream. The formation of ice on the surface of fields is fatal to alfal fa. This condition is most apt to occur on fields that are level or that contain pockets. C ASTORIA For Infants and Children In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears the Signature of If you will subscribe to The Journal or renew your subscrip tion at once we will include four standard magazines, all one year, for only 25 cents extra. Write or call. . 1 Read Magazine Offers COURT HOUSE NEWS. PROBATE COURT. Application filed for the ap pointment of a guardian for Hen ry L. Fitzwater, a minor. E. A. Fisher was appointed ad ministrator of estate of Adam Hill; bond $6900. First and final account filed in estate of Daniel G. Petrie, also application for an order of trans fer and ordc issued. First and final account filed in estate of Joseph R. Glass. Answer and cross-petition of Esom Shuff filed in estate of Earce E. Shuff. Inventory and appraisement filed in estate of Henry Shumak er. First and final account filed in guardianship of Elmer Heck. Last will of John M. Bond was filed for probate and record. Inventory and appraisement filed in estate of Abraham Farm er, also petition to sell personal property at private sale and or der of sale issued. Answer and cross-petition of Virginia Slonaker filed in estate of Mary J. Heath. Last will of Matthew White was admitted to probate and re cord. Last will of Amelia Shank was filed for probate and record. First and final account filed in estate of Curtis A. Swabb. Sale bill filed in estate of Ellen O'Sullivan. Order of private sdle of per sonal property returned and first and final account filed in estate of Mary A. Townsend. MAKKIAGE UCESSEfe. Chalmer Krtider, 25, grocery clerk, Greenville, son of IraKrei-; der, and Clara M. Horn, 23, Greenville, daughter of George W. Horn. Walter F. Reigle, 21, farmer, Arcanum, son of Ora O. Reigle, and Mry C. Schaffer, 21, Neave township, daughter of Edward C. Schaffer. Harry D. Young, 22, farmer, Arcanum, son of Charles E. Young, and EdnaL. Brumbaugh, 22, Monroe township, daughter of S. I. Brumbaugh. Ralph L. Boze, 19, farmer, An- sonia, son of Eli-Boze; and Bon nie I. Miller, 23, Ansonia, daugh ter of Alonzo Miller. Glenn D. Netzley, 19, farmer, Arcanum, son of Ira Netzley, and S. Elizabeth Thompson, 22, Ar canum, daughter of Urias Thomp son. Ernest V. Logan, 22, farmer, Butler township, son of Amazi D. Logan, and Pearlie L; Rush, 17, Butler township, daughter of Lemuel Rush. Grover A. Miller, -23,' farmer, German township, son of John Miller, and Leo Ross, 20, Ger man township, daughter of John O. Ross. Joseph S. Troxel, 20, barber Arcanum, son of Milton Troxel, and Kathryh M. Hartzell, 18, Arcanum, daughter of Andrew COMMON ILEaJj COURT. NEW CASES. 20994 Hazel ' McCabe versus Glen W. McCabe; for divorce, gross neglect charged. 20995 Charlotte Henne and others versus George W. Schlec ty, ditch supervisor of Neave township, and others ; to enjoin cleaning out of a certiin portion of Mud Creek ditch. 20996 J. B. Myers and others versus John Dayj?y others; to enjoin cleaning out the Simons joint ditch. KEBISTEK OF DEEDS. Emily C. Scott to Charles W. Scott, 39 acres in Brown town ship, $4800. Delbert Wilson to W. D. Craig, a small tract in Greenville town ship, $1900. Elizabeth Rentschler to Kath ryn Rentschler.quit claim to part lot 404 in Greenville, $1. . Sheriff to F. U. Schreel, 40 ac res in Allen township, $2500. Lewis E. Jones, per executor, to Clara E. Rhoades, 24 acres in Greenville township, $2050. Same t) C. Appenzeller, Jr., 87 acres in Greenville to wnship, $8400. " . Thomas E. L'nes to Tampa C. Lines, quitclaim to three lots in Greenville, $1. ' Jamea Short to Esther Snell, part lot 3 hi Union City, $1700. Ana Meodyftj Esther? Snell, part lot 3 in Union City, $1000. Chra Saylor to Wir R. Mike sell, undivided one-half of 120 ac res in German township, $3500. Wm. R. Mikesell to Clara Say lor, undivided one-half of 120 ac res in German township, $3500. Andrew Rierer to W. O. Bor man, 80 acres in Mississinawa township, $9000. Grace Moore to Emma H. Stahl, part lots 61 and 62 in Greenville, $4500. Squire G. Chenoweth to Geo. A. Downing, 35 acres in Ham son township, $3000. Ernest Bell to W. E. Nelson, kl acre in Greenville, $75. Emma H. Stahl to Grace Moore, 34 acres in Greenville township, $6800. Eleanor R. Ward to The White Star Oil Co. , a small tract in Greenville, $200. Charles D. Miller to Hiram Hoi linger, part lot 43 in Gettysburg, $1500. - Sloan's Liniment for He ural gia Aches The dull throb of neuralgia is quickly relieved by Sloan's Lini ment, the universal remedy for pain. Easy to apply : it quickly penetrates without rubbing and soothes the sore muscles. Clean er and more promptly , effective than mussy plasters or ointment; does not stain the skin or clog the pores. For stiff muscles, chron ic rheumatism, gout, lumbago, sprains and strains it gives quick relief. Sloan's Liniment reduces the pain and inflammation in in- sect bites, bruises, bumps and, other minor injuries to children. G,t a bottle today at your drug- Wbere Intimidation Really Exists. Washington, Nov. 15. (Special Correspondence.) Late in there I cent political campaign informa tion was given out from the De partment of Justice to the effect that large numbers of colored men had been transported from the South into some of the nor thern states and that there was suspicion that this was done un der the guidance of Republican campaign managers who wanted to colonize these colored voters for illegal purposes at the elec tion. Any man who would stop to think would immediately see the absurdity of such a proceeding The transportation cost alone would amount to not less than $20 per voter, and it would cost double that sum to keep the im ported men in the voting pre cincts until election t;me. While there has undoubtedly been pur chase of votes in both political parties in the past, no political campaign manager has ever paid a price such as this in order to add to the number of ballots in the box on election day. Notwithstanding the absurdity of the story, the Depart. aent was willing to let the impression go out that Republican campaign managers were directing the col onization of men from the South. The fact of the matter is, as shown by census reports for a number of years back, there has been a steady drift of colored la borers from the South to the North because of the higher wa ges offered and a greater demand tor help. Moreover, the Depart ment of Labor itrelt has been en couraging this drift of colored la borers northward, as its records show. The action of the Department of Justice in thus endeavoring to cast reflections upon Republican campaign managers was no more reprehensible than the ucusual action of the Department of La bor just before election in issuing orders to its agents in the South that they should discontinue aid ing southern colored laborers to find employment in the North Here was a plain effort of the De partment of Labor to utilize the offices of the government for po litical advantage. One of the duties of the De partment of Labor is to aid in sending laboring men where their services are most needed. If, in the regular and legitimate exer cise of that function, one party gains or loses an advantage, that is not the concern of the Depart ment. It had been encouraging colored laborers to move north ward before thecampaign began and it should have continued its efforts along the same line with out any variation whatever while the campaign was in progress, Any deviation in that regard was nothing mere nor less than an effort to use the powers of the ' government for partisan politica advantage. , i Palestine. The Palestine school will hold Community Day just prior to Thanksgiving. The Rally Day to be held by the Disciple Sunday school will be on next Sunday, November 19. First, Sunday school at the church and then dinner and an afternoon program at the Junior hall. Frank Heck and wife enter tained Mr. and Mrs. Parent, Mrs. Rilla Rush and Mr. and Mrs. Wil son last Saturday night. George Harris was home from Dayton, O., over Sunday, where he is employed. Mrs. Elliott, one of our older residents, had the misfoi tune to fall and dislocate her shoulder ast week. How is it that Palestine has no lealth Officer? If there was one. he could find occupation. Nov. 13. Fbom Palestine. Head-Off that All-Winter Cough. At the first sign of sore throat, tight chest or stnffed-up head take a dose of Dr. Bell's Pine- Tar-Honey. The healing pine- ar, soothing honey and glycer ine quickly relieve the conges tion, loosen the phlegm and break up your cold. Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey has all the benefits of the healing aroma from a pine brest, it is pleasant to take and antiseptic. The formula on the bottle tells why it relieves colds and coughs. At your diuggist, 25c. Adv Get the Habit. No matter what his vocation or condition in life may be, every man owes it to himself and to thf world to form the habit of being just as happy as he can. Hap piness means harmony, and har mony means health and efficier.- Much natural ability is render ed inefficient because men do not lealize that discord, whether in fear, worry, selfishness, hatred or jealousy, is a health and hap piness killer ; an efficiency blight er. Many men waste more yi- tality and mental energy in a few minutes of hot temper than would be required in the legitimate run ning of their business for days. Happiness is a great stimula tor of growth. Nothing grows when discordant. When we shall have learned how to conserve our energies by getting our minds into harmony, even the hardest dav's work will not tire us. It is nerve exhaustion, wasted en ergy through unnatural, discord ant conditions, that makes us jaded and tired out the result of friction in our machinery. If we could keep ourselves in a hap py condition all day, we should be fresh at night. It is by keep ing ourselves in perfect harmony that we become more efficient and get the most out of life. Ex. Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S C ASTO R I A BOrTry the Journal a year, or one Silage for Dairy Cows. Cows fed a ration compose i largely of silage produced 17 per cent more milk and 28 per cent more butterfat than those given a ration consisting mainly of grain in a feeding test conducted for 121 days at the Ohio Experiment Station. The silage ration was also cheaper for milk production. The coffs gained nearly 8 per cent in milk yield when pat on the silage ration. They produced butterfat at a cost of 13 cents a pound, while the cost of a pound from the cows fed mainly grain was 22 cents. There was little difference in the gains in live weight between the two lots. In addition to 58 pounds of si lage and 6.8 pounds of hay, the one lot received only 4 pounds of rrain consisting of oilmeal and bran. The grain-fed lot received only 12 pounds of corn stovtr and hay but 13.5 pounds of a grain mixture of oilmeal, cornmeal and bran. . Bad Colds from Little bneez- es Grow. Many colds that hang on all winter start with a sneeze, a sniffle, a sore throat, a tight chest. You know the symptoms of cold3, and you know prompt treatment will break them up. Dr. King's New Discovery, with its soothing antiseptic balsams, has been breaking up colds and healing coughs of young and old for 47 years. Dr. King's New Discovery loosens the phlegm, clears the head, soothes the irri- ated membrane and makes brea thing easier. At your druggist, 50c. Adv Just "Paragrafs." From Paragrafs. Efficiency is just doing the right thing first. i Quit kidding the cheer-up phi- osother! He's got himself be- ieving it. When in doubt, don't use the crawling stroke to swim out. Tread water! Stick the poj ter-stamp of cour tesy on every one of your busi nesb transactions. When you go to meet the other man half way, don't hog the road. Service is the Golden Rule melt ed down into one golden word. Lt the other man talk when he's mad. He'll get reasonable all the sooner. Never argue with a woman. Telling her you are wrong to be gin with, saves time. There's no tax on the use of l kind words. Give your vocaou- lary a try-Out today. The golfer who carries his grouch back to the club house never qualifies for the tourna ment. Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTOR I A . See Clubbing TAst uonai way w account ior iz is Page Five of Journal. J. HartzeU. t, 25c! Adv SuUcribe For the Journal of our clubbing offers.