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MX HELL OR HOBOKEN Sty Americans, As They Over the Top. Go fcwnlon, Direct from a visit to AM 'front, Sonator Jnmos Hamilton CUctf. of Illinois, voiced conndenco SmUy tliat tho war will end with in a 3jar hence. Slesprossed satisfaction over tho jka$ the American nrmy is going nf- Irf !4i Germans and revealed tho jennies fear of America that is mak 5,U(i acrman blood run cold. Stralor Lewis consented to wrlto ftu WHowing impressions exculslve ?jirv.THnlversal Service: Uy James llatnilton IjcuR Ij7oicu. August 28. Unstinted yzttxr fur the American soldier Is Jkanl everywhere on tho front from Tun Sr of allied officers. I ,uns pay tribute to tho men 'Snai Kllnols. I do not take credit .ti.-T Icotn any other units, but our -jwrio must know that tho French .ssrot&c that It was where the Jflintyr men went In that victory be TM i Chateau Thierry. 1&rr broke tho German advance ix x counter-attack and drove tho .ffltsw to retreat. That was the ' 3n iTviIliatlng defeat for tho Gcr- j jsxbs. At the British front, at( SHsipnir (southeast of Albert), ( sraare llio German right held out . irsct'. talnst tho British onslaught at tut opening of tlie IMcardy drive. IE wh the Illinois men tho First ami Ssjond Regiments from Chicago .teat tf the victorious attack. lufcs Amuc Ili'ltUli Veteran. Xufnr Colonel Sandborn they took ifcu itgii ground right under &wa C 'he German cannon. '""'i -npBtwl these- cannon and hade sfli'Xce r Germans prisoners. So itagnlflccnt was this Amorl rsnj'tecii to victory that the . Eng Sci mimandor, a vetnran of tho Exit Indian and Egyptian cam &&, said to nic: I voudn't have sent my men in Ai ikx". attack. It seem ?fc te mke the hill." Sanborn was jJwt. Brigadier General and glv ar i jaodal of lilgh distinction by ritcst Britain .1 rwntlerful, a noble spirit lives aatiawj boys from Illinois. I vislt si iiwn and mingled with them on "icear front. I saw them In tho Tnsreh'a and In the dugouts. Ttii make you think of fellows szblxwk out preparatory to a hunt Sxr rilil animals. I saw that they iad wary comfort and better food .Stasr.'an bo obtained in city hotels. tlTliimv st-u riifTi otmrv ertvii baBLfc J lib blll;u vl1; VMI.i , ..... . . Vi 'it hospitals the wounueel are fvrxil iVir a If Miov wnrn hnplr In Stonr tomes. They recover lapldly. sa4 sl artr fn great haste to get iXxt-ia. fight. They cry out as a .Uajw.t: "Hell, heaven or Hobokcn; iio! i'aradisc Illincis." Win. name? of your young men un; t.-tarri I'verywheic. Colonel Ito 'Mrt iJcCormlck, Joe Medill I'atter jmtu Colonel Ki'illy and . Captain 7'i&c&iu, nl Iteilly's battery, are with ufc-taaureds of olheis setting an xutaq) of valor and noble conduct. .Ttfium oun be proud of lier flht ug mm in France. Bva the Australians pay tho tri sux ifcat the Americans go it too any .and ""till ever thing at once" "ft iurmanB fear defeat and ii&Cr- German prisoners confess iuiA iir comiunudeis bay .1.... ,i... Ttr.vk Uts with America, and Ainerl .kk fitlug will chango all previ tjn tstfmates of the Germans in 'Gsaray. They admit further that ri it leeessary to recover from the jtftt tnnlcied on Gormany In the firy iist test of tho Americans or Ja Csrai&n people will be crushed hi ftiitit. "Our bud been taught Mint Ainerl xxattVHiU not be reckoned with as . , SB -ii4fli)aaent torco. nut merely ss ttnauts of tho HrltUh." I&a nr'ucnt drive and Its success xttL'M continued by tho Increase of 4auocin soldiers. lose Germany ov- iiv i-rh nf crnund nreviouslv caln- 'fed fa. Vrance and will mark tho be- 35mmsff of an advance on German ..! -rhn ,,v nf tim Ampricaii sol-1 . . cj . - .,... iu. I iicr ,uiifc o. "ib to Uerlln.". fikvaiplete Unity I.everj where. TI most noticeable thing to mo is the aulty with which tho Amerl- vox -nrkH nrul. eo-operates with tho Hri.i.1, ..mi Trench on tho Held. 'Til Americans aro new at this work ,-iad tit harmonizing thomselvcs with .titr nationalities. Germany has -siraituted statements through her .ifwr that tho Americans would ro Toft and not obey French orders. nw French say tho conduct of the MUwJeami is winning tho war a( ;yrsr 0rore they had hoped for sue- rjttau .,, 3i health of our troops Is n ,iKrfr the food, comfort and i ccls that which any of them i hx any city. All aro content. 'tH only foar revolves around tho mffcnco of the Americans to fln- iM tho Job. BACK ON THE HINDENBURG LINE Falllns back nio tho Illndon but l'v. which ' ..Ir-Ady under ny ti :any poti. on tho west cm rwt. means 'tot the tired, low-spirited Hufli cih niako a stand thero In tholr concrcto pill box dugouts nd fortified Ironches. S53E23E l&VX IMfV Ik ; f v" N J. M.' V ft . .?V' '; 37i.. $25u ;'s HVf. ' ry-)u f. . ywxVift' sssassi. - twfci 7TrHcM. v '...'& 'SV i3YJ 1 f XS.!J ?! jiiMmaw Ncaw ( - j jw. - fcTT r&A3&ZyJfc S , ,t -. vti fii(BraS2 flPiillr .iffliafr a .'3?ijffiS I If Your Paper Is Cut Off- Read the Reason Below, Below is given tho new govern- mail regulations regarding county weeklies, in conservation Us campaign ior "' iie turn ui io v.v.u..."v, ... -of newsprint paper, minimum of 10 copies. I If your papor Is cut off, you will , " ,h reason why. Much as Much as .iPsire to continuo sending your v uto ,n fn Ii)iner knowing tnai your iuuui - ' my up is only oversight on your .. ...- . ,in sn wlion Uncio iviri. wis Liiiiiiwi. , ihirt, we Ham ! atop -it. rr. .iiilillwliPl's Of IJ Mil liQlqwj ( country wccKiy crs. TliV Priorities Board of the War, ...., , ,.,i i,n . listed paper Ml' IF...... ' - 1IK1U31I nja a.uw - mills as has rated an essential Industry, anil them in fourth class for e nios sil'Prlorliy for coal on the distinct un eu unpossi- . ontpgt nossi- derstanding that the greatest possl- bio economy In ho use of paper be exercised and that the reduction in the ue of paper by the newspapers hall be 15 per cent. I Paper mills will bo put upon tho nrlorlty list for coal, conditional up- .. . , i.i iimt fhov on tneir sibuhik u i:uiu " ... will furnish no paper to any cusium- ". ...0..v..v... ,. cvcr anu i BOl urea, UUi. yci mo er woh will not also sign a pledge tlons. scenery was great and soon got rest In duplicate that he will exorcise 12. No publisher may issue holl- C(1 aftor iall(1inB, i fln(j things the greatest possible economy in the day, industrial, or other special edi- much better thnn x rcany exi,ected. u-o of paper, and will observe all tlons. Did not get a bit sea sick but some rules and regulations of tho con-, 13. Publishers shall, so far as of Ul0 othere aitl. There are about nervation division and of the pulp possible, procuro paper -and all other Uventy of tho homo fellows In this mul nnnnp confirm of the War In- '""' -", ,, .., n,. dustries uoaru. m iJ.-ub.o -" no'v 1,elllg V aml will bo tuniibiiBu B..ull. I Tho war committee, of weekly newspaper publishers feels that the necessary saving oi iu iiui clui should come out of tho industry as n whole, and in .order to accomplish this purpose ninkc the following suggestions, which were accepted by tho pulp and paper section of tho War Industries Boaid, and are to be effective September 1. 131S. Each publisher shall eliminate tho following wastoful practices. If for any reason a publisher desires to continuo any of theso practices, he must adopt some other methods to accomplish at least a 15 per cent . .. n...i. CC11L reduction in paper tod. it y Nnvnmner l. ivio. a fauns ui au per cont lias not been made In the industry as a whole, tlw matter will I,., rnvinwnii hv the nuln and naiier ' section and further cuitallments i will -bo ncces-sary. 1. No publisher of a weekly, soml- weekly, or triweekly newspaper '.hall uso In Its production any, 'paper eexcept newsprint and of a 'weight on tho basis of not heavier '" " " it -i'u' - a In- ".T.!l! nnmiilsl. Alt -- -- -- ;r stocks now on hand, may be uset . . l i n.nnti tan. f1lnlt. wneinor jion)rii, iiiuciuih.-ihudii- oil or slzeu anu supercaiunuureu u regardless of weight. No puoiisuer may cuuirmu .... .. ... ..... . . ' huoscriptions auer mreo iiionm m- tor date of expiration, unless ub-j tcrlptlons aro renewed and paid for. a. No nubllsher may give free copies of his paper, except for ac- tual service rendered; except to camp libraries and huts or canteens of organizations lecognlzcd by tho Government, such as tho Red Cross, Y. M. C. A., or K. of C: except to the Library oi uongress aim omer libraries which will agreo to bind for permanent keeping; except to Government department libraries which uso said publications in their work; nnd except for similar rea- sons. 4. No publisher shall give free copies to advertisers, except not 'moro than ono copy each for check- Ing purposes. 5. No publisher Bhall nccopt the return of unsold copies from news dealers. 0. No publisher shall print extra copies for stimulating advertising or subcsriptlons, or for any uses Du that Foch and h -Oied war riors wjll blast their through Is shown as possible by this ex S' r fQriIJWJl.vIWr.V' Rflb .V ' t J M. -. aim& ikBr -MS ii: , ai,' r;j Tir!fe5'':v sirfsviy-'iSKy ..y' r"r i x rt. tffiFmw44ifwmmsKW..., ; m n mg$$&8M?' t &m ?!&isms3mia&mLMS3V& fclK.iKEE--k.'S SXWTZ-C?? ','VJJkJr-flBtoSV.r'V?ww?S5.BMEi'ai afflfcs'-to.,sa?Ar! nt - - 7i&jtxjsagviavJJra other tlinn tnose spcciueu in un.se regulations, except not to exceed 1 - 7. No publisher snail senu ireo copies In exchange for otner pupuca copies in exenango ior ouiur puiw tlons, except to such other publica- llnno na n rn nrlntPll within tllO COUn- .... -...- ,- - - ty, or witnin n rauius oi iu n.m-a from ills uomi oi puoucauon. ....... s.jsp jmuiisuer siian sou .us publication ai au icuuiBu i" " nominal siiusuniiuuu imre. 9. No publisher shall sell publication to anyone below ll.. ..tnr. his the .... . ... :,. puunsnur suosuuimuii imi.. urns with his publication unless a 10. No publisher snail oner premi- price is put upon the premium ior pale separately and the combined price is at least 75 per cent of the sum of the Individual prices. " publisher shall conduct otlng or other contests for the pur- pose of obtaining subscriptions; aub- scrintlons obtained in this way -will .. . . . , . ..f 1m .AT.c.trlni.nfl lintin firlo all IvsPTin- materials nom me uearusi .nana- i,in K,iroR of sunnlv. nrovided It is - ' ... consistent with price, quality, and , Borvice. SnLKCTIVK SHRVICK - iu stg imu ujaiu auuu, mu .ij Every maio citizen of America Is a anxious now to Hear from some of uwraber of tlie American Military you. for haven't had a letter since 3ervice. A fighting or non-fighting f left Camp Taylor. After we get lucmner. He Is navcr released the mall started it won't be so had. ltom )ti Exemption does not re- Tow Is everything with you all? TOm,n htm ' IKcpe you have food crops. Kiss Exemption, let onry American.; the children for mo. Did you get uun reaHze. is not a right to bo do-. 7 "traveling bag?" I sent It some UVaiuled. or u gift to bo sought .time ago. Do what ever you want Exemption Is a Judgment against t with It for r may never get to a maai ft mealls u0 is not fit ior the J it again, but I reel Uko I will f,Euting front. His country can not BT hack safe, ir T do it will bo a ,0 i,m tiierc. it has hotter men. Igieat trip foi mo. Don't worry TIIIJIILI'. I S il UlliriV. Diwiiuva xJto vjivvx Exemption cares nat whether a' mans weakness la phjsical , Cononiic It bars hlnii from military (Mce. it sets hln? asldo becanso "iiiinrv ciniwinnia niimii nniv thB'wtll soon get uso to it. The3i MronBcst, best men to the import- (iut business of beating tho Hun. ' Exemption grades- a man b-ilow tho class of fightiugr men. selective Service picks him out, 4U( ufts him to tlv highest clvss of American manhood. It stamps him in iroui ins toes ia mo tup i.nn,i. of hlsiS. "-" Selective Service crowns an Amor- .. .. ii . . i . ican wim mo groiicest nonor u coun- try can comer. "i mu uu, uu.u mmu w k.uuiV, m.o Our country now calls them to.thoy not? Never thought t would coma forward anu register on tne , aoiecuvo service noil. Qur couniry ncods imoro than two million .. .. n. . .. a. something lighters to c make- up thw five million army that ( will hurl the Hun to bis kneei in his own laic. Amorlcau men 1& to 45 years old (both incluslvo, except those previously registered.) will furnish tho new army to svoll the old. Horo is that chance of glory kept from theso claBsos of men. Their first duty is quick response to their country's command to regis - tcr. America will register theso nion thoro aer 10,000,000 of them on a slnglo day In September. Your country requires a willing speed. Patriots will register at once. Others must, or pay tho penalty. Do your part to make America's peaco drive go forward wih a ruBh by being tho first to register on Selective Service Registration Day. Patriots will register. Others must. cept tonal photo of the jp!o:!on of a "whlz-bans" (bl? r.'ioll) m a first line trench and tho big nolo It tears through. Tho soldiers "havo all raced to tho ducout in such bombardments fihrMiucl falling every rc " i i - - -- IXTKIIESTIXG LETTER j FROM A SOLDIER. Tho following letter was written by Mr. Ray W. Bennett, who is with tho 332 Field Artillery, In France, to his sister, Mrs Learnon Lake. It will bo read .with Interest by his many friends In Ohio county. July Sth, 1918. Dear Sister: Will now attempt t Jt Pardon mo for not wrltlng cooner for x havo bccn vrMy . . ... . . .... ,... misy ami secrecy must uu iuumiuiu- cd g0 can.t (ell you varJ. much about ,,i,n ..... ,lr .lnlni?. Thprnfnrnr' ..... .. w ..u...a. thereJs't much to wrlto but think. of you an vvcry ,iy. visli I could bo there and have a romp with the children, but inaybo this thing will toon bo over and I can come back; hope so at least. Am getting along fine, getting plenty to eat, but this 13 too far from homo to suit me. I Yet I try to keep my mind on my work for I havo a lots to learn yet ( before I am u soldier. Think thero is more la tho "Artillery" than tho "Infantry" and I like it much better. Wo have a go'od bunch of officers i3 one great help. Wo were several days on tho way . . . .. t . a. .. .... resnlont that went to camp the day I did. So guess I will get to go through with tlrern. I have seen Corbet Lake since I lauded. Never was so glad to see any one, but don't know where ho is just now. Hope kn nn 1.1... nr.nl.. nnnn A OT. n... about mo for am doing alright now or?ar.d if I havo to go that way It Is still no uso to ""ems odd to us worry. Everything us now but guess wo- I'rench treat us mighty good and " to 'alk tc,os ,mt wo can,t nde?- stend anything they say and don't l:olliv r,-"' can. Dons Tn;itt)r; recm to woiry much about mo being ovor horo? Don't think she should. I Think now If I ever get back to U. A. I will never want to run around any more, but I may cltango by the tnno l get tneroi P.iinon , Imvn tnTriin 1 rkta mnrA juuoo .uj ...u iu.vc. .ui- ..uu "" ucrusn nu nuuu nu i uuun.-u. but itm ready to do my bit, for couldn't havo, dono any good there. 'How is every uouy tncrei write mo x long newsy letter as soon ns you get tuns ana don't wait for mo tc wrlto, for soo r haven't, much to ic'I nnd would bi glad to hear from ('u every week. Don't think my jnddress will uo chapged but yet you pwt your return addross on all mall. I will Just havo to wait and tell you jH about my trip when I get with )'u again. Well don't think of any , moro to wrlto now. So will close, hoping to see you soon. Now don't forget to write me often. Give ev ory body mo host regards. With lovo to you, RAY. SENTENCED FOR, ASSAULT. 4 - Loltchfleld, Ky., Aug. 29. 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