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FRECKLES AND HIS
FRIENDS
HE'S A TRUTHFUL STORY
TELLER.
Bu Bloaer
SQUIRREL FOOD
IT MUST HE GREAT TO
THINK THAT WAY.
By Ahem
CHESTNUT CHARLIE
By Blosser
with a pipe in his mouth and a pepper­
mint stripe across the end of his muf­
fler, sits in drowsy content, the reins
dangling loose.
A bright-eyed old woman steps
briskly along, her market basket ort
her arm a sturdy peasant girl with
a.push cart a boy racing with a dog
Just enough movement to give life to
the restful panorama.
Out there the deep blue water, held
lovingly in^the arm of a greeasloned
protnentorj% and spreading beyond!
td a blue infinity. The waves tum­
ble merrily in on the beach, spark­
ling and flashing in the sunlight, and
tossing their dainty caps of pearl on
the sand with recklkess extravagance.
A few gulls ride fat-breasted on the
Water, bobbing like corys a few oth­
ers circle lazily in the air: and above
all, over gulls and sea and beach and
Winding road, cart, old woman, girl
and boy and dog, roses and green
cladv hills and white chateaux, there
bends a serene blue sky, deep, fath*
otnles#, with aiiljr here and there a
fleck 6t fleecy cloud to make the blue
more vivid.
jOh, It is a beautiful world beauti­
ful!
And to think that all this glorious
Paradise was given to man to be its
lord and master, given to him that he
might Bjijoy its boundless wealth, and
live in peace and plenty.
But What ia that n«w move*
ment on the road among the Mile?
Something gray passes there a big,
catered wagon another, another, a
loag procession of them.
Ambulances, for up in the hills
there are vast hospitals tor convales­
cent wounded.
War! The whole dream, the
viaion of peace and plenty, the
thought of thanksgiving for the
gift of all thia beauty of aea and
aky and ahlfting, breathing life,
fadeeaway.
War- There, is war In the world, a
war so eolbesal, so tar reaching, that
no human being, even in (he raoit se­
questered spot of this terrestrial uni­
verse. eftn. be free from Its defcden-
Wi MjM
THE CALM OF FRANCE IS A
DEADLY CALM THAT SPELLS
DEFEAT FOR GERMAlTBULLY
Chesters Find That Bluster and Bragging of the Huns No
More Affect Spirit and Determination of French Peo­
ple Than Does a Russian or, Italian Disaster or a Re­
verse on the West Front.
The days of the German bully are numbered, and he knows it,
writes George Randolph Chester in this, the tenth story of the
Chester series on FRANCE TODAY. Chester, the world's greatest
reporter and the author of the famous "Get-Rich-Quick Wallingford"
stories, and his wife and collaborator^, Lilliam Chester, went to
France to tell this story of FRANCE TODAY exclusively for the
Daily Tribune and other members of the Newspaper Enterprise As­
sociation. The Chester articles are exclusive in Bismarck in the
Daily Tribune.
By GEORGE RANDOLPH CHESTER
AND LILLIAN CHESTER
•(Copyright, 1918, hy tho Newspaper Knterpriso Association.
Paris, March 1,—Roses grow in tho south of Fiance. In thn shelter of
the green hills, where summer hides unl.il she can once more spread her
fairy carpet over the world, and deck it with bright colors, the guy blos­
soms cluster against garden walls and clamber over quaint trellises and
nod from the very wayside.
A road winds down along the sea and twists among the cliffs, and up
there gleam white chateaux, red-roofed and yellow-roofed, amid their oddly
mingled palms and pines. Along the voad the tiniest of horses, drawing
the gauntest and tallest of carts, comes plodding patiently, its bells tinkling,
and its driver, a wide-cheeked fellow
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WUADVA, TttlNK.
tteCKLESS MY WClt
.ffcOfo SMX LAUE
crry
com misit
US T'OAV
V4HATS
BLANKET
Bill was the bully that started the
show,
Bill was tho bucko that strii''k tho
first blow.
Pat was tho lad
Who was slow to get mad,
But when ho was mad he was
mad,.
By dad!
They hammered and pounded all
over the place
Till nekhei- had hardly a sign of
a face.
With every clout
That Bill landed, he'd shout:
"Take that one, you sucker, now
you're down and out!"
Pat kept his tongue
He just countered and swung,
And used every organ he had but
his lung.
At lastrboth were groggy and fed
to their fill
'Twas then spoke upiBill,
With his voice coming shrill,
"Well Paddy, you're licked, but
I'll quit if you will."
Not one word from Pat,
But by this and by that,
He found one more punch in his
system—and spat!
There was Bill on the floor, and
the winner was Pat!
"It was close," confessed Pat "I
felt, near to my death,
"But I've won all my battles by
saving my breath!"
to the business of living, and blossom­
ing into beauty, should human kind
hbve suddenly fallen upon itself to
maim and mangle and destroy!
Why should humanity have risen' in
on mighty appalling madness to kill
itself!
Why should it have .bent all it en­
ergy, and all its mind, and all the
resources of the te6mlhg Garth, to the
one grisly business of death!
There is no sane mind hut that
stofts, startled, to Mk this unasrtwer
able question, no properly constitute^
sou) which does atft err out in an
.agofty of passionate protest, afcliwt
this awful coTndftlWtajij|
We niilit aloft Itf' Thw^Snust
SALT LAWE
Gfcfc, MA \W02 OUT
TU&BE \NUNSTj
OOT FWHA Tri'
KNEES-1
ianQmshr
polenco of our fury. What can do do
that wo are not already doing?
There succeeds a foejing of utter
helplessness, a feeling that this ruth­
less ^ujtlclyrfiu of carnage is supernat­
ural in lis immensity, and there is
faint moment when one. seeming piti­
fully small and weak before a mon­
ster so glgnntit-, recoils from the
struggle ftnd would like to creep itway
into a hole somewhere, and numbly
exist until the storm lmik passed.
It Is necessary to still rnat panic of
the mind, for It Is little less than a
panic, a recoil and a quailing of self
against a disaster 'so universal that.
TEROLE-i
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Many doctors and nurses use Muster
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They will gladly tell you what relief it
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VfcS, BUT WY
MA TOOH A BIDE"
IN A GLASS BOAT
AM' I BST YSfe
DAD OlDMTi
LONGER '.
no human creature may feel safe from
Us imminence.
An atorh cannot stop the rushing of
a flood, says FSar.
To the afd of the individual
Reason musticome, as it has come
to this nation, of France, thrbugh
her individuals. Enduring rocks
are made of atoms which cling
together.
The rage against war, the passion­
ate protest against, the very possibil­
ity of war is here from the highest to
rhe lowest, for these arc human peo
pie, and cruelty is abhorrent to them
but exactly because the rage against
this war and all war, is in them, they
have, fought atfrl are fighting at the
side of their stauilch allies, with a
i.sublime courage WHICH HAiJ NFV-
El'. WAVKKKI) F.aOM TII10 FIRST:
AXI) WILL N'KVER WAVER TO THL
LAST for that is the only way in
which wa ris to lie sti'inpeii out'.
There is no rage so terrific as that
which holds itself calm and that is
the secret of the Frenchman's never
changing attitude toward this colossal
conflict and it.is his greatest
strength.
The German loudly proclaims him­
self. Let him win a slight advantage,
and he boasts to the world that he is
already victorious. I
Evert as he does so, he discovers
that the French, entirely ^disturbed
by the reverse so far as their plans
are concerned, are steadily treading
to the front, are steadily marshaling
their resources, are steadily facing
the line of living flame.
I.et the French obtain a slight ad­
vantage/and the German boasts to
ithe world that he has laid a strategic
trap, and that he Is already victorious.
Even as ho does so, he discovers
that the French, entirely undisturbed
by the advantage so far as their plans
are 'concerned, are steadily treading
to the front, are steadily marshaling
their resources, are steadily facing
the line of living flame.
If we have eomfttly read the psy­
chology of events, it worries the Ger­
mans, that calmness of the French,
It In apparently a reversal of ra­
cial characteristics, that the German
should be nervhuH and the Frenchman
phlegmatic.
But there, is a reason.
The Germans started this horrible
sftlurnalbt of murder -is a game, ami
thoy are phiylng it an a game, in which
they hope to win all they can, and
kerip all they gel or, losing, whlcji
Pi
Hend
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LAVW OM TU' BOTTOM
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CUTftN
mi.vou KNOW
AftT\^ ews AUit"1
The French are pouring out
their hearts' blood because they
are filled, through and through,*
with a rage against war, and they
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w,as their later thought, give up the
least possible.
There can be but one end to a con­
flict between the cold trickery of
greed and the passionate consecration
I to high purpose for, on that day
when honest men determine-to be no
*more under the domination of a mur­
derous bully, the days of that bully
I are numbered.
This one knows it.
When the German proclaims his
belief in an ultimate vitcory, shift­
ing his guage of tbe extent of that
victory with the shifting occur­
rences of the day, according to his.
warped judgment of how the oc­
currences of tlie day affect other
peoples, he lies, and .he knows
that, he lies!
The hand-writing is on the wall for
llohenvollernism, and that fact may
be best known by the German at­
tempts to flaunt before the world
for the louder he shouts the more he
is scared. His only hope is now, be
his next reverse shall come, to so
frighten the world by his brazen
blusterings that he can finish his
game with as much possible on the
winning side.
The same German blindness!
The same Gorman deafness and
dumbness! If tho French were play­
ing a political and an economic game,
as Germany is, if they were trying to
pretend, as Germany is, IhiT mey hold
a royal flush in place of^only a pair of
deuces, then they might he frightened
out by a stack of blue chips, or a
shoulder-shaking chuckle of pretehd
fcd confidence but they are not play­
ing a game.
"I
examine every farm imple­
ment we to iinc in l!)1H erop production and make out
a list, of repiiirw needed for tliat machine, if any. Then place
111in list of repuii'H needed with your implement dealer, that
he niiiy
for the parts he does not have in stock, so that
,eaeh niaeliine may lie put in working order before it is needed
'.in., the,fiiililv,„.
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ji. gfe, ij, SIM?*
he^awe'stfco-n^i%'tibn of. cvftcy loyal
'f^^ncSted in this movement.
AMERICAN
ELCH-HARDWAt^-
,«:•
are determined that there shall
be rio more of it!
'Let Russia collapse, an.l let the
German loudly proclaim that now the
war is over, since there is no need
to wait for America and let him
IdMiy call that now his beaten foes
may come to the peace counter and
haggle for such scraps of peace as
may still be bought.
No answer from the French, ex­
cept ttiat their original purpose is
unchanged. They will fight on un­
til France is saved, and until the
world is safe for humanity! They are
filled with a rage against war!
Let the German assiduously circu-'
late blood-curdling reports about the
great offensive which, before America
can get into the war, is to be con­
ducted witl the troops released from
Russia: and the answer is the same.
The French will meet the offensive,
and they will fight on, for they are
filled with a rage against war, and
they are determined to end it, once
and for all!
Let Italy meet, a terrific reverse,
and there is but one answer to the
blatant crowing of Germany, anxious
to make peace before America can get
in, to quit while the quitting is good!
Only one answer the French will
light on, for there is in them a pas­
sionate rage against war, and war
jnust go out of a world inhabited by
civilization, since jthere is not room
for both!
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to supply needy farmers with seed
and feed. It is estimated that about
$7i5 OOl) will be needed. The county
plans to issue warrants in lieu oi
bonds-.
WEEN WEAK
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