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First Knox County Boy At
Front Writes Letter,
DOESN'T THINK WAR
WILL END THIS YEAR!
Is Thankful Fighting Is In1
France Instead Of
The following letter from Corporal
C. II. Hall of this city, who Is a mem
1 or or the Pirst U. S. Engineers, was
written to Corporal Hall's uncle anil
iiinit, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Miller of.
Ni'Wnik anil was originally publish
eil In the Newark Advocate:
Dee. I'.l. 1!)7.
My dear Aunt anil Undo:
About three weeks ago I received
a box or canity Irnin you tint -rlKUt ,:U"
terwards I was sent away on a spec-,
ial detachment and havon't had aiii
opportunity to write until the present J
1 was awfully Rind to hear from
J on, especially In tho'shape of 11 box
ir my 'favorite candy. It surely was
mighty considerate or you to think of
me at all and, needless to say, 1 en
joyed it immensely. I cannot express
the thanks 1 ieel to you.
1 have been in Franco for more
than lour months I suppose mother
told you that I am with tho First
IteKlmeiit, U. S, ICiiRlnecrs (regulars
in tho first division. 1 was 0110 or tho
first American lighters to go to tho
fiont. No American troops were on
the front previous to thoso I went
wllh. So you see you've got a nephew 1
who is right in tho moss with tho!
llrst. . I
I won't attempt any description of'
the front, for you've rend 'hundreds' of
them in magazines and .papers, but
no description could inaltn this, war
heein any worse than it. actually is. I
had a short visit to Paris 011 the way
to tho place whoro I am now sta
tioned. Hlneo I was 011 .1 military
mission my slay was short, but I on
joyed it very much.
Paris, too, is up to nil descriptions.
1 expect to go thero again on my way
back to my company, whenever I go'
back. Conditions over bore are not
bad. Yankee troops are coming over
by the thousands and the submarines
aie not getting any transports.
Hal IIIIS will hardly end tho war,
though t don't think it will go much
longer, (icrmnuy is still strong, but
the allies are unshaken.
I'm glad I'm not a drafted man, but
whether we're regulars, militiamen
or national army men, we're all sol
diers. I've wrllton many words, but
little of interest. Nevertheless, I
must end this letter hore'. This leaves
mo well for I'm In excellent physical
I sincerely liopo you aro both well
and happy and untouched by tho sav
agery of this frightful war. Thank
Cod, wo aro lighting tho finches In
Franco rather than the United States.
Iti'gards to all,
COIIPOUAL C. I). HAM..
Co. C, First I'. S. Fnglneers,
A. K. F.
Srhnnlc Jshirt- War Snvi'no-c,
IIOWAUI), Feb. 13 Harry K. Simp
son, for sovurat years assistant cash
ier at tho Howard Savings bank, hns
been elected cashier by tho board of
directors. Mr. Simpson Is tho son of
L. O. Simpson of this place, .ludson
Diirhln will becomo assistant catth
ier. Thoy will nssunio their now du
ties at once.
Tho llrst day's sales of war savings
stamps iu tho Howard schools netted
over $luo. Tho students aro cuthus
liihtlc ovor tho govcrnmnt's plan lo
euablo thorn to save money nnd are
boosting tho campaign along.
Ilorhort Norrick of iioueyvlllo, W,
Va., spent sovoral days with relatives
hero. Mr. Norrick will go to Texas
within n few davs on business for n
West Virginia llrm. J
Joseph Ilonwood, who wns Injured '
u.ovural days tiK ly u fall on ilin loo,
' la Improving slowly.
t v r y t t v i n f r t
t .j. ty ! !. i 4. .;. 4 4 ,
A son wnB horn Tituniliiy In Air. nml
Mrfcrf .William Pawrolt of tho Colum-;
A daiighli'r who lioni Wednesday'
to Mr. mill Mrs. .lames Hmltli ol' the!
Newark hmd. I
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Advertised I 'i-li, II, li) IS.
Anderson,- Nniilo ,
McCarthy, Miss Mario
Rankin, Mrs. Jennie
Schuster. Mrs. Margaret
Smiths Mis. Clara,
, PIlAN'K HARPP.R, 1'. M.
;; ps .
TLV foinmltW RprnrnmonrU
I "V "" - .ww....w..
More Authority Be Given
4 The President
Ccntrullzntion or authority in tho j
president of tho .Mt. Vernon Cham-1
her of Commerce, abolition of election
of 'tlircctni'H by direct vote and sub-1
stltuthm therefor of a plan by which I
tho directors will select tho same
nnd.rfjWeckly luncheon of all members
arc recommended in changes to the
constitution of tho body, a draft of
wlfich Was "road Wcdnosdny by
iTlidor tho new plan, tho president
would bo responsible to
a board or
fry Associated Tress to The Manner) j
COLUMUUS. 0.. Feb. 13 Ohio's
wartlmo piogram includes n vigorou-,
light against venereal diseases and a
study of the munitions Industry in tho
stato with a view to gunrdiug tho
health or workors. Thoso features
were ojnphaslzed iu a forecast of tho
1018 plans of tho stnto henlth dopan
incut given out this weok.
Tho venereal disease campaign is
undertaken in support of similar ac
tivities of tho federal government, de
signed to guard tho health of soldlois.
Tho state's activities Include educa
tional measures, establishment of a
bureau for free advice on sex matters
and arrangement with city health of
ficial's ' for tho control of vcnoreally
diseased persons. As the munitions
sufvdy, proJ;resh'os recommendations
will be 'made to employers for provi
sion'! which may bo needed to protect
employes In dangerous occupations.
' BY ENGLISH COURT
I LONDON, Fob. 1,1 Two partners
in. a hrowory llrni wero recently, lined
$1,000 for browing several hundred
barrels of beer in oxeess of their out-
At Hnlstcad, KAsox, police court n
fanner , wns summoned for feeding
flour to pigs. His defenco was that
It wity moro In the Interests of tho
nation that barley should bo used for
feqdhig; stock than for making beer.
Tho ease was adjourned for a fort.
, $100 EACH AND SENT
; TO DAYTON BY BAIR
Harry Portor and John King, re
spootlvoly charged with selling and
furnishing Intoxicating Honor unlaw
fully. ,wcro fined $100 nnd costs each,
Wftijnesday aUcmoon by Mayor Hair
and ordered Committed to tho work'
nmJ.s.0 nt Dayton until thn fines nro
m h m h
l-IIWI UULU III Ul Ul Ul
! finiKTITIITinil M
y 1 1. c. s.
I Jay Critchficld Also Keeps
1 Tab On Folks At Home
BOYS ARE PROUD OF
KNOX COUNTY PEOPLE
Successful Campaigns For
Liberty Loans And Red
Cross Delight Soldiers
Perhaps no soldier has shown
IiIb loiters 'hack .home" just !
closely tho boys keep track ot the
doings or the honle folks and how ' """Hi'""' hero next Sunday evening
much they appreciate tho support or ","1 ,lltlllU0 tw weeks,
tho people thiough tho medium of the' c'!l11 ,,l,,c' w" "-'sided near Chos
V. M. 0. A Red Cross uuil kindred i t(''vl1-V ' will leave Chilllcothc,
organizations than has J. It. Crltch-, W,1UIG h is in tralnlmr. for Franco in
Hold, In the U. S. navy, who has wrlt
1 ton the lollowlng letter to his aunt
mid uncle, Mr. and Mrs. .lay Seavolt
of Ninth Sandusky street:
H. S. S. D.i vis,
Jan. 11!, liilS.
My dear Uiielo and Aunt:
, V0 w)
III probably think that I have
forgotten you and that I do not ap -
predate your kindness in sendbie nw.
, Tho llanner, but I can assuie you1
that such is not tho case ami will
not bo. This letter leaves 1110 In the A,,Hi William lirolmw is seriously,
best of health and enjoying the game 1 '"
wo aie playing. I lin'- Nollo is slclt with pneumonia j
I will hove so mndi i iniir .ii.niial his homo hero.
If I over get back tliere. so inniiv in -
teresting experiences to relate after
the war Is over and nn iindvlne- lnv..
for tho Hod Cross and Y. M.C. A.
I just received a big bunch of Ilan -
ners and believe mo. Aunt- Miime. I
was hungry for them and leail everv
w0'"d tu'lnled In them from the first
10 "1G 'aKt I'"?0-
Tho latest paper did not tell, whctli-1
cr tho Y. M. C. A. drive had been a
success, but I surely hope it was for ,
tho Y, M. C. A. really aiid truly do-'
serves every edit donated to it.
Vo beys know Unit wherever we ,
go tho rod triangle will welcome us
and do tfor us all that can be done. I
know tho pcnplo ol old Knox will le
spond nobly, as they did In both Lib
erty Loans and to us at tho front will
come tho pride of knowing that the
people at home aro back of us.
I am deeply interested in all news
pertaining to 12 Italtery and fool sure
that when the timo comes tho boys
W,U "rovo theil' v1kM t0 Ul fait1' '011
hnvo in them.
I can't write much about tho lifo
we aro living, but I can truthfully
say that we are much moro than
holding our own. Toll Undo Jay to
remember mo to all tho boys iu 'the
Hoping to hear from you soon in a I
big letter with all tho news, and !
thanking you again
for the Manners!
you sent, I remain
Your loving nophew,
(F.y Associated Press to Tho TtannerJ
KI. PASO, Tox Feb. 13 Francisco
Villa's forces havo boon reduced by
malaria and other onuses, in tho
course of operations on tho isthmus
, of Tcliauntopcc, from 2,500 men to fiOO
men, according to letters iccolvod
hero from General Fortunato Maycot
to who at ono timo operated against
Villa iu tho states of Durango and
Chihuahua. At present tfio .100 sur
vivors uro said to bo stationed at
ATTEND FUNERAL OF
VICTIM IN NEWARK
j fectivo, Detroit theaters faced n pen'
l Mr. nnd Mrs. M. M. Russell anil Mr. I "y H,l0l'tnK0. Most of tho theater,
and Mrs. .1. T. Russell of this cityl"10" ,10aM' mrl tho Hlt,liltlon by
I went to Newark Wednesday to at-' 1)(,0'"B ''o''- l,rl('0H to make penny
tend iho funeral or Irene Russell,
aged 11, who was Instantly killed
Monday afternoon when struck by a
passongor train in that city. Tho
child was tho daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. o.t.. Russeii.
Tho following persons wero called f
hero by the death ol tholr father,'
Jonathan Smith: A;. J. Smith of Find-
land, W.VJ. Smith of Marlon, Albort I
S. Smith of Columbus, Mrs. .Icunio '
I'Jerco of UtlCA and Frank Smith of
j PRMnERICKTOWN IVb. M Ms
1 Tinkle mitnrliilnod the I.ikIIch' Aid
mo-Inly tif tho M.'E, church ut the
laiHiinngii Wednesday iillerncon. A
Valentino program wan rIcii. About
"n ladle were iiresent.
Wllfonl .ItiinuH ol the 112th Supply
Train. Truck Co. . Camp Hhrrldn.i,
Ala , Is homo for n Tew days.
Mrs. .lames Withrow Is In Mt. Ver
non Inkiiiitr enre of her moihei, who,
Is ipille III.
I'.co flolllbaugh had the inlsrorltilio
to rail 011 tho leu, IractnrJng two ribs,
.Monday of (his weok.
MIhi, Helen Harris Is visiting Mr
ami Mrs. I'niil Wright ln Columbus.
The farmers' Institute was held In
the Nell theatre on Tuesday of this
weok. Dcnpllo the bud roads, iulto a
number of farmers were present and I
tin Institute was greatly enjoyed.
Mrs. ltussell Robinson of Mt. Vor-1
11011 Is tho guofil or her tiiother, Mrs. 1
l.illlo Hyatt, this Week. '
union evangelistic services will
u shoit tltno. 'Mr. Illue was one of
the 7ii() 11)011 who slgiled 11 paper ol-l
iilitoerlnv to go.
Tho Mens llible class' cf the M. 13. i
fliurch entertained with a social last I
Tuesday evening In the chinch par-1
William l.ommcr, who has lived on 1
l,M0 Jt(llP'l Kos farm for two years,,
'"' icnteil the Wltlirow farm, south'
ol town, and expects to move some-
lImc tllis moiilh. '
1 -''"Pl'. l-ovlson has employed
j l u'm "D'lor to taiio ciiargo of the
i 1J(,nio store here. Mr. Taylor has
I,L'C" Ciployed this winter as ship-1
, ''K clP,-u at tllc Ooodyenr Uubbor'
ml" at Akron. , i
Pil111 Varger has
accepted a posl-'
l," as Halcsmun in the I.. II. Wagner j
clothing :il ore.
Joseph Cocoanour. who was lor1''
merly employed nt 1.. It. Wagner i
More has enlisted in the U. S. ma-1,
lines a.itl will1 leave immediately. Mr.'
Cccoanniir's home Is la Newnrk, O.
Hobart Cassell, 'oft.Camp Sheridan,
Ala , who has been Iho guest of his
parents, Mi and Mrs. Harry Cassell
has returned to tho ramp.
OI-CEil PIECES ARE
II 0EI1; M IS
CORRAUK THEM Jill
rily Assmclnlnl T'icf.1 to The IJalincr
DETROIT, Fell 13 There Is one
prominent hoarder in Detroit, who ,
doesn't care who knows it. i
His name is Charles Navin nnd his
father, Frank, owns tho Detroit baso
ball elub. Charles is secretary ot the ,
team and ho is vigorously on tho
scent of tho cent. Ho is collecting,
pennies by tho cpmrt. '
Secretary Navin has a good reason
for his activity There will lio a
war tax or eight cents on baseball j
passes this season and a tax or ten
pei cent on paid admissions. Amori-I
can leaguo magnates suggested to
government officials that a tax ot 10 i
cents on passes would bo "all right," i
lint tho government ruled that the law
says eight cents and eight rents Itj
probably will be.
Mr Navin, like other baseball men, i
Insisted that their only reason for !
urging a higher tax on passes was to j
iclicve congestion at the pass gates.
Ho indignantly denied n rumor that
tjlub owners wanted pass tax boost
ed to a dollar so that It would ho
cheaper for n lot of complimentary i
ticket holflois to watch tho games
trom the bleachers. j
Navin, who Is considered a statist-1
ical genius, lias figured out that his
ticket sellers on big days will handlo I
as many as lS.ooo ponnJ.cs, CC.000 five-1
cont pieces and 12,000 dimes. On or
dinary days, probably, S.OOO one cent '
pieces will change hands.
When tho war tax hill became of- j
I t,aMsactio,,s .innocossnry. Rut Nav-1
I '" ('0'dn't do this, so ho Is (llling a
' s"ai' ,nom or twn "wi,n "10 lnwl'
LOCAL EAGLES BOAST i
MEMBERSHIP OF 500
Tho membership of Kokosing ncrio
No. 700, Fraternal Order of Frfglos,
was brought up to 500 Monday oven-
ling when tho local lodgo initiated
I Ijiroo candidates inlo tlio order.
BASE BALLS Ai
JOY TD AVIATORS
Men's Spirits Revive With
Chance To Play National
Game; Army Y Helps De
MPM ni.MM, ., w.
MEN TRAINING IN ITALY
AMICIIICAN AVIATION CAMP,
SOUTHKItN ITALY, Jan. 27 (Cor
respondent of The Associated Press)
The two chief events of tho New
Year at the camp have been the ar-'
rival or some baseballs and bats and
the- opening of the Young Men's
Chiistinn Association room by Dr.
Walter Miller. Time had begun to
hang heavily on the hands of the
young men being trained for officers.
paitlcularly at nights and during wet
or windy weather, or on days when
there wero not enough machines to
keep all busy. In the latter case tho
students for whom thero wore no ma
chines had to go through Infantry
drill or do their duties of an unexcit
ing kind. It was a good deal tho same
for tho forty or more men who had
passed (heir examinations and bee.n
declared ready to receive their com-
Although tho "piece," as Is railed tTio
big flat body of land used for train-1
mi;, is generally pietty well crowded,
room has been found for the baseball
Players and llfo fo, the,,, " "
more become Interesting. Tho Young
Glen's Christian Association room
provides a place to write letters home
and abovo all to read books and mag
For months thero was hardly a
fresh American peiiodiral or news
paper in camp, and all the old ones
were falling npnit from much thumb
ing. Added to tho oldfaohloncd dis
eases or loneliness and homesickness
to which youths hnidly over twenty
tiro subject wns added also thesis
comrolt or tho cold, raw wmUmr
without any hoat. and this lack The
Ymmir Mnn ni i .i . . .
A oung Mens Christian Association al -
SO filled bv nrnvlilltin- n n,i v.. n
so mien l) providing a good hot fire.
CITY IS DESCRIBED
lish Officer Tells How
r. ... ...
English Officer Tells HOW
Way Was Opened To Cap
ture Of Jerusalem.
LONHOX, Jan. 2S (Coi7espond-
nnnn nf Tl.n AnnnniA,j .. .
1...H. ui i.iu Aanutimcu ITeSSJ HOW
Uritlsh cavalry charged and captured
It.... . m.-ffe .
uiree i uiKisn imtterles and thus op-
ened tho way to Jerusalem, is told
in u letter from u Rritlsh officer.
"It was tho first time the brigade
had used their swords." he says.
"When 'Charge!' sounded I think ev
ery man went stark mad. Cans wero
bolching their shells at us iu ono
shoot of flame, and bullets by thous
anils swept past, but not ono man
seemed to get hit as on we wont,
with drawn swords flashing in tho
sun, in ti long straight lino, horse go
ing like mnd and everyone shouting
like fury. Now wo could see some of
our pals falling, yet straight at tho
guns wo charged. As wo camo up
with the first lino of protecting in
fantry the enemy put up their hands
as thoy stood In tho trenches, so wo
jumped them and wore charging at
tho second lino when tho first line
thought better of their surrender and
fired at us from behind. Their artil
lery nnd machino guns kept firing at
us iii to tho moment wo reached I
them with tho sword, it seems mar-1
vellous that nny of us escaped alive. ,
i... .i i. . '
uui. iiiuiiKu our raiiKs wero thinned
we took tho positions, nnd nil thn
guns and ammunition,"
JCE GORGE CLEARED
VIA DYNAMITE ROUTE
AT GAMBIER BRIDGE
OAM'IRER, Pel). 13 An ico gorgo
which threatened tho railroad bridge
abovo tho dam hero wns dynamited
by uion operating tho mill near tho
dam yesterday afternoon. The ico
moved on freoly and today tho water
was clear of tho congealed mass.
Mrs. Clifford Doty returned to her
homo hero Monday evening after vis
iting her brother, Cliff Deck, who is
stationed at Camp Sheridan, Ala., and
Major JJekstom and family.
Minm i nnai n i
Caul l AshbaiiKh npitilt Tuesday
in ColunibiiB oh biiHlnewH,
A. I, Marry wem in Ml. Liberty
Weiliiembiy in upend the day.
' IJmiiii'tt I.. Crlder made n business
trip to lliiryniK Wednemlay.
Mrs. II. II. Tattle went to Coltun-
1 bus Wednesday to sneiul (he da'
t 1 'i'-,ii, 1. 1. ..f 1 .
.1. J. laugher left Wednesday on a
i.i,ui.w. .Hi.. . t , ..
misineRR trip to Johnstown, Pa.
A lo. of men's oxfords that sold fori
5. sale price J2.0:,. at Parker's, xl.'l
tUa i.iiw.i i-..ii. . .. . .
Miss Mabel Wythe spent Wednes-
diiv In C..IM...I.... :
" A- Ktmx will sell Uvctock. farm
implement,, hors,,, rattle, hogs, on
inomlHOH. I miles eas. of Fredoilck-:
tewn. on Feb. 22. IBM, beginning nt'" , .. .
12 o'clock, noon xl'i f!",, '" n""'on-
(i ,, r .,. .... , ' ill', and Mrs. .1. (J. Porter of Fast
.Mrs. (. ft. Cooper went to Colum-i ,, ,, . , . ., . .,
bus Woilnwilny 10 spend the day. "amb'or street wcie fillmiililti visit
. 1 iir. '1'ilfte.lrtv
Harry Dennis spent Weiluemluv In
Columbus on business.
Dr. K. II. lirown of zunesvlllo visit
ed at the M. & s. hospital Tuesday.
C. II. Young and H. V. Smith
went to Columbus on business Wed
nesday. Itnlph llrork went to Cenlerburg
.'.iit.,.,.,v i .nB.i fii,. ,in. 1....1
A. C. Harnard and pon, Palmer,
siient Wednesday In Columbus on
Grover C. Wolfe went to Columbus'
Wednesday to spond thn day on busl-
S. G. Taggart went to Howard
Wednesday to attend Iho funeral or
-Mrs. Frank Mavis,
Zenno Taylor and daughter, Ruth,
,lilVe loturned home nftor a visit in
Cleveland and OberHn.
-,,ra ""'icr ness was in iiownru
Wednesday to attend the funeral or
' iho late Mrs. Frank Mavis.
,i.i.. ..i... .. .. . ... ..
una cuj io inane nor iiiiure nome.
Mrs. William Murray, who has
, , , . , , ,
been heie visiting lier mother who is
111, reliiinod to her .home in Mt. Gil-'
, ,,. , ,
ead Wednesday. j
U,, '" r-' mattery..
Montgomery, Ala., who has been v a-'
1 ,.,.. i.i m.... ',t.... .. , ....
Howard Hammond ot K Cattery.l
."....., ...1B. lumuci i usl
nf M un,i,l l..ff fnr Cmn Slm-bln.,
ti. ;..,,... i ..,i.i-i.....i. .. .,.i ...i
"" "w "-" '"
ills homo In Columbus TuesdSV after I
"'"- """'b'' H.-1.......-U i
s homo In Columbus TuesdSVafter I
h)iending a few days in this city with I
KlIPIllllw n fou- ,1,1V In tl.1. nll- ..-Ill, I
Mi. and -Mis. C. G. l-auderbaugh. East
1 own and will sell al par 10. shares
of 'k preferred stock, net assets !
equalling four times the preferred
stock. No taxes. O. Poppleton.
M xlS TFxl5
Roy Spearman spent Tuesday in '
Samuel Ilnntman spent Tuesday in
Miss llesslo Leo went to Columbus
Tuesday to spend tho day.
II. K. Walker spent Tuesday In Co
lumbus on business.
L. S. Bradliold spent Tuesday in
ColumlnlE on businepi.
r'lltlnf. (Jknii w v
"""" uuv, mn
' Col"ml"la " linslneas
Shaw spent Tuesday In
Mis. Gcorgo Wisner arrived home , -"i'"-' " ,'!""n,V. nK"?K, ",'.''. f 'inf. sf
, , , (Ohio, nml lirliiK ll'e wc-xt puit ol the S
iiii'sdny fiom u weok.s visit In (Jleve- i: quri-r of Scrtimi i. ami tin IJint
land will, her sister. Mrs. 0. K. Ioy,. rrfniuZti
Mrs. I.oretta Flack left Wednesday lp-rIlMl as rollow-.. iifinnin nt a
niornlng for Crooked Lake. Fla,. be-' ru&p'nr""-"'!. "'''-
ingealled there bv the illness of her x"'u " " sl"nM '" t,p MnitinsiniiB iimi
sister, Mrs. I.avlna ISabcock. ' i., rml io n point in ii,ip ipiiipi of .niil
Ailn.. 1.-... i.i ,...!. ...i i. .. I rri.id! IIipiicp ill the cin'ti-r of .ilil lonil
... I.3i IVIIllIltJCJII 1.11111,-1 llil, lull. ii:i' .. .
Win the War By Preparing the Land
Sowing the Seed and Producing
Work In Joint Effort the Soil of the U. S. and Canada Co-Operative
Farming In Man Power Necessary to Win the Battle for Liberty
Thn Pood Controllers of United States and Canada aro asking for great
er food production. Scarcely 100,000,000 bushels of wheat can bo sent
to the allies overseas before the crop harvest. Upon the efforts of tho
United States and Canada rest the burden of supply.
Every Available Tillable Acre must Contribute; Every Available Farm
er and Farm Hand must Assist.
Western Canada has an enormous ncrcage to bo seeded but man
power is bliort. and an appeal to the United States allies is for mom
men Tor seeding operations.
Canada's Wheat Production last Year was 225,000,000 Bushels; the
demand from Canada alone, for 1918, Is 400,000,000 Bushels.
To secure this she must have assistance. She has tho land but needs
tho men. Tho (lovornment of tho United States wants every man who
can effectively help to do farm work this year. It wants the land in tho
United States developed first of course; but it also wants, to help Cana
da. Whenever wo find n man wo can spare to Canada's fields after ours"
aro supplied, wo want to direct him there. Apply to ottr Employment
Service, and wo will toll whoro you can best servo the combined in
terests. Western Canada's help will be required not later than April 5th. Wages
to competent help, $50 a month and up, board and lodging.
Thoso who respond to this appeal will get a warm welcome, good wag
es, good hoaid, and find comfortable homos. They will get n rate ot ono
cent a mile from Canadian boundnry points to destination and return.
Por paiticulars ns to routes and places where employment may
bo had, apply to
U. S. EMPLOYMENT SERVICE,Dept, of Labor
Norman 1.. Danny Went to ('lev
land on business Tuesday.
I.. ('. I'eiin went to ColumbiiH on
1 .Mi. and Mrs. A, P. WoMrlch or
Howard spent Monday in this eliv
.ludgn and .Mrs. 1. I,. Wllklns spent
Tuesday In Columbus.
(1. O. Warner went to Colunibu .
Tucudny to upend the day on hum
Miss Lola Wright of Itraniloii went
lo vvoHiervmu tiiohi
.. , . ...
to Westervlllu Tuesday to attend the
miicrai 111 a reuuive.
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tho .Mt. Vernon hospital Tuesday.
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'"'"' I)'1' "f ColunilniH return-
' '"e Mon,,njr U,U" lta,,,,,B
'rl '",1h , w f
, ,'9- SItcwl,r;,l Uo1 "r oft ",1,1B",1,B
.Mrs. I.ydla .laclihon of Zanesllle
j was operated on at the M. H S. h is-
piiui 1 ni'snay,
John O. Jnnns tent to Danville on
Tuesday to spend the day on busl
Dr. and Mrs. C. N. I.oroy and son
Robert, of Fast Chestnut stir el
Hpeut Tuesday in Columbus.
Tlmiilit" .1. lli-liH -l ul
Wllllnm M. Koons ot ul
Kims fjoluiilnn I'lciii
I'.v itrtUP iif nil Older ir Snlo ill l'r
tltlf'in i-iifd out of (tin Court ot Coiumi'ii
I'lfUf nf Knox f '01II1U . Ohio, nml to me
illrirtfil. I will nirer for reli- ul Hie door
of the Court llotisp in Alnunl Vernoii
Knox C'niihtv on
Saturday, the 23rd, 'day of
i.pIwppii hip imim f 1 ! i,"- "V.'1
'.: '!!"nWlns ''
nml '! n 111
nml pn-inpnt!. town
III "aid rtiacJ: t'lPiire N. J'JLIti rciil- In tlip
:( il'TPPi U'pst .3i imli lo a liiiiiit
iinrili llnp nf tlip S. W. Uii.iilpr nf Si
,, Ki Tlioiur. nn ii.i line K.ixt v.i'm
,f"ls yr " "' ' "t inc- N. I: mi'iirr
of xaiil Quarter; tlnne K.mt on lip
.oitl line of Hip s. i:. Qu.it u-r of Sro-
i1,",", ' "' ' u Ht.me. timu--
l.t- rods to n hionp tlipncc i:.mt l."il
rods to u sinnc tiii-wi s. sr.iii uni m n
7 A" "" . inoIC" :ii" ,J,,V. '-.
ncjp. m t
lie is. v. ir, or ectlnii 1. mul
In thM - I', lie ..f U.ir.ti.1., li.
nunu- HU...H urrp in liotli paicols (uvonl-
""-' I" Hint anil Kiirwn ,,r .sni.l nri'ini-
f". limile lij Jolin Mi ( 'loo .Siiru-sm
Ans. ictii, ni;.
Apprnlnul ut jiom.fjn.
Ti-nnsorFnlP Onr-tlilnl oasli. mic-tlui.l
"i e year: nnt-thlnl in two vonm. m-
Ti-nnt or palp Onc-tlilnl cash, o
in e year: nnc-thhil in two vt
V"?." m" l'a " '-"""I' UP Ml
WAI.TKR I! MOSSIIOI.DIlIt.
i. i - hlii'ilfr Kno Count. Ol.lo
o.Jv.o, l".nlr 'ittoriH- for iilaliillff
shin. Knox county. Ohio, for tho pur
chase of one Ueioeno tiactor, 1W 11. J
to SS-.-.0 11. P. S.iid tractor to he u.spit for
ireneinl road woilt and positive Rtinmntcci
I that it will Rive sntlff.ictnry icsulls must
I accompany piopo-'ul.
None hut the 1owpi ipsponslhle hid
will he accepted, and the hoard In its
discretion re.aerei the ilsht lo lejeei
nnv or all hlilx.
I!. older of Tioard of Triintpex, llarrl-i-on
township, Kno Couim Ohio
O II. FAWi'lvrr. flerk.
I H.imhlor. (Jhio
N'oUpp ! liPrPby Riven that until 12 nil
o'clock, noon, slnnclnrd time, of the inil
.Iny or March. WIS. M-nled proposali will
i rwniiv.1 nt Hip oITIpp of the clerk of
of Trustee of Harrison tuwn-