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if- ' ' . .. ,- .; ; . - - ' - ' ... ' - Fll Mart a war . j&T)T S rjj73?!) rtJr ifr -1 J?,- wmm iff luYlYl Wt V ,re - G Zr A t .5 J; ' LSJL . v III " h Ji -The Crown Prince of Germany FIATS what Germany's Crown Prince told an American woman six months before this war began, as related by Ambassador Gerard in his recently published book. The Crown Prince said he hoped that war would occur while his father was alive, but if not, he would start a war the moment he came to the throne-"just for the fun of it" He told her tlfc&JiSc) their plans were laid to attack and conquer AND THE I TNITFH STATES and Russia And so they started the war in August of that vear, "just for the fun of it," and their "fun" has been going on for over three years. They have bombed hospitals and killed Red Cross nurses, "just for the fun of it" Thev sent their Zeppelins to drop bombs on helpless women and children in England, "just for the fun of it." ' They sank the Lusitania, with American women and children on board, "just for the fun of it." They have tortured and clubbed the helpless wounded, lying in agony on the field of battle, "just for the fun of it." They have spread starvation and ruin and terror all over Europe, "just for the fun of it" They have planted their sneaking spies all oyer America, "just for the fun it." Thev tried to get Japan and Mexico to attack the United States, "just for the fun of it." Von Bern storff , while he was our honored guest, arranged to blow up our factories, sink our ships and kill our soldiers, "just for the fun of it." I . v Our soldiers are going across to France Third aSty L?an ki thS """tnou.sand3 of them are already tnere city haa been mad possibk and if YOU don't do your part, if you through the patriotism of thd rlnn'f hnrlr f Vinu solrliiar nnxArifK nil fk i i j a l i generously contributed th moneyatyour commd,then thousands pace in which the adver-ti. or our brave An v ican boys will be inn anil innMfl T J 1 isl: ing will appeari - ' CORUM & JACKSON MOEGAN-VEE.HHJE CO. . J. A. COBLE, SON & CO. . FRANK C. WEHMAN W. G. CLAGETT CO. NAIILING-KEISER HDW. CO. DAHNKE-WALKER MILLING CO . FARMERS EXCHANGE BANK THIRD NATIONAL BANK OLD NATIONAL BANK NEEDLESSLY KkLED, "just for the fun of it" !uyThird Liberty Bonds Buv all you can possibly pay for, even though the payment involves stern self-denial. Remember, you are not asked to give your money; you are asked to lend it, at good interest, to the wealth iest, strongest nation on the globe. If you can't pay cash for your bonds, you can borrow a part of the money at your bank, using f; the bonds as security; or, you can buy- them at your bank on easy partial payment plan. It is no trouble to buy Liberty bondsit is no trouble to pay for them. See your banker today. THIS ADVERTISEMENT 1 , , As a part of their contribution towards Winning the War, IS DONATED BY i Wo (G-o LAG E T T C O MP AN Y