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THE SNEEDVILLE NEWS
b'! mi wraicoT. -ash Yin patch i . WORLD'S EVENTS ill sh n BEST OF THE NEWS BOILED DOWN TO LIMIT. ARRANGED FOR BUSY PEOPLE The dealer who has achieved big eu Oeae does not ult hla tlo. energy and moeey trying; te Mil unknown accessories. Ha knowa that cheap accessories ara a seculateeav, pure and simple, both Tor ha and hla etiatotners. Ha la not willing- ta put hlmaelf la the clan with the makers f products that ara "Juet as food." lis wai UBS on am asivemu w . 1 x ur 11 wear. Moos Monkey Orlp the one eetabllahed patch, the ana that la universally accept 4 aa ataaoara. Tola famous lire pa tea baa beea tested by Impartial experts and pronounced perfect la performance. It Wlthetaada the Met tonal heat generated Wnder anv eoadltlone of service. If your dealer does not handle, order direct, pre paid If money aocompanlee order. Put up In two alee eana only, M square laches . ILM, 100 square Inches $171 ArWa faWsa4 far te r.looo Laboratories, Inc. Oklahoma City, Okla. V WftlTB WOSB mate. a)AML.BI U . J.l Girl students la New Brunswick art gathering sphagnum moss for uss la surgical dressings. KI0EY TROUBLE OFTEN CAUSES SERIOUS BACKACHE Whoa row back aches, and roar blad der and kidney, seem to be disordered, go ta your nearest drug stora and get a bottle 1 Dr. Kilmer', Swamp-Root. It Is a physician'e prescription for aUatsnU of the kidneys and bladder. It has stood tba test of years and baa rsputatioa for quickly and effectively firing results la thousand of cases. This prep ration so very effective, baa been plaeed on aala everywhere. Get a bottle, medium or large ,Ue, at your near st druggist. llowevtr, if you wish first to tost this rrTr n ent Kilmer Co, Bingbamton, N. YH for a sampla bottle. When writing bo sura and mea tioa this piper. Adv. ( MR. UMSON AT HIS WORST Uncalled-Far Food Criticism That , Could Only Bo Properly An, war ad f by F'ylnj Crockery, Unison leaned bark In hla chair at the dinner table, held a cooky between tba thumb and flngor of bla right band, and eyed It closely. Mrs. TJmsoa looked, but did not smile. Pinching the, cake and moving It up nd down aa If to carefully ascertain Its weight, Umaon continued 'bla la pert I on. By this time lira. Umaon waa glow rtng. "Welt," aha said, "I suppose yon ara going to poke fun at my cooking again r "Far from It," ber buaband , an awered. "I waa teattag Ita resiliency " "Its wbatr "And alao taking note of Ita com pactneas and strength." -Isn't tbat making fun of Itr "My dear, you may hare unwittingly mads a great discovery," Tlow'a tbatr Thla tblng aaay not b mnrh of a success aa cake, bat It might make wonderful aubeUtute for a rubber bee." Youngstowa Telegram. Notee Covering Moat Important Hap penlnoa of the World Compiled In Briefest and Most 8ucclnct Farm for Quick Consumption. U.S. Teutonic War Sews American troops will go direct to the Italian front before long, 'American delegates declare, according to a Cen tral News dispatch from Home. a a The United States armored rrolser San Dlegn was sunk tea miles off Fire Island light, within fifty miles of New York hnrbor. The vessel carried 1,114 officers, marine and crew, bat no lives have been reported lost. Survivors were pit ted tip by freighters und de stroyers. The survivors aald that the vessel waa orpedoed by a U-boat, e e e The newspapers of Tokyo, Jnpnn, publish the terms of an American pro. posnl to aond American troops to Si beria. The newspnpers declare thnt the Jupuncnc government hns decided to accept tho suggestion made by the American government that Japan also aend troops. see Chicago greeted the newa of the American victory over the Huns with wild enthusiasm. Siren whittles ou tho flro boatB shrieked tnelr exultant MfRxnge lifter news wns received of what our boys hnd done "over there." see The hell In the New York city hall j tower wna ordered by Mnynr Ilylnn to be rung for 1.1 minutes In celebration of the victorious American odvnnce on the French front. e e The American stenmer WVntover, an army supply ship mniined by navy men, was torpedoed nnd sunk In the war r.one July 11, while bound to Eu rope, tho nnvy department wna advised by View Admiral Sims. Ten officers and men of the crew of 02 are miss ing. see Foreign I Well Named. Old Lady Can you tell ma what U Inalde tba sandbags, young maaf 8peclal Constable 8and, ma'am ttence the name. Lom'on Tunch. . , i" ' .a . ' , That's what is done food barley and other grains are used with wheat. this odds to food value and flavor, and the sum total rewires ls wheat TLe malted barley lnGrapeNuts also, helps digest other foods. For an economical, nourishing and delidous food. try' r- The Amerlcnu enngrennmen who are vlxliliig Itnly were received at the Vatlcnn nnd other plnces of lnterent In Rome, and afterward were received by Itaron Sonnlno, tho foreign inlnNter. e e a The ' municipal councr) of.Lemherg (Hungary) has adopted a resolution drtnnndlng Immetllnte peace based opon the right of nelf-determlnntlnn by the people, enys a dUpntch from Vienna. see A biplane carrying malls between Hilda pent and Vienna fell from an alti tude of 2,000 feet, according to reports received at Amsterdam. The two oc cupants of the machine were kilted, see An Indictment bns been fonnd against M. Manoury, former director of the prefecture of police of Tarla, France, charging him with having com merce with the enemy. see The Cologne Oaxetto says that IS revolutionary octllNts Implicated In the plot which culminated In the ae annalnatlon of Count von Mlrhnch, the Herman ambassador to Hussla, have beon esecuteil. Many others. It a del a, are being held. a e e Cliarges ngnlnat lwla J. Malvy. for mer minister of the Interior, were ao moll fled by State I'maectitor Merlllon Hint the greatest punlahment that can be vlfttted upon him will be life Im prisonment, says a dNatch from Tar lit, France. a a a Domestic Agencies. of the council of national defence were Involved la the nation wide conspiracy of alleged brlb'ry and graft In the manufacture of sohllera' niblM-r raincoats ihrotiKb the arreat of Harry M Ixorua, a inemlter of the de- fen-M coiiiicU'n aulHMmmlttee supervis ing mlm-oat !mductlon. He Is ac- cuel of aitcmptlng to bribe a, govern ment lnxHMor. e - e " The slncker drive will put 3.000 Chi engo tmn of drift age Into the army nt once, federal officials announced af ter a check-up of the results from the questioning of more than 100.000 tueo. e a a K. It. llliliiely, former congressman and wealthy farmer of Kansas, has pc?i axn-iiei at riuimrg. Kan- on the charge of vlolnting the espionage act t.y attempting to oitrut th n!e of govemtiM'nt Nnd. e e e A f.M to mJ.llie 2iktY German thrmiclioul the t nlt.il Mate and and them In Cnnntla nnd Meticn to spread enemy roaganda was revealol at I New York In aa amaxlng series of 0irumrnl a.-1e.l by federal ae. nl. In raid u un epnrtnu-tit w.-tit..-,l hr FrtnlrMi Au;it Hli-hard voo MrabM-h. e Three ui-n were klll.il and !.inur etltnnt.'. ot -vrrnl bnn1r.l h ueid dollar was lr an etil...n at the Mirafe plant of the Aetna i:il- European War News Two German torpedo bouts were sunk by bombs during th.e lat British air raid over Zeebnige, soya a Cen tral Newa dispatch from Amsterdam British airmen have Ik en bombing Zeebrusje at close Intervals for sev eral months. a a According to a review of the mili tary situation In IIIomme J.lbre, the Paris new-Kpnper owned by " Premier t'lemeuceau, the German loasea since March 21 ara approaching 1,000,000 men. " Tlie low ebb of morale In Germany was never more elouueutly indicated than In the stories In the Valfte Grace hospital at Paris. Some AuMrlnns among these aald they had been draft ed from their army and Incorporated In the kalser'a forces because they were not trusted. All possible revolu tionary elements are taken from Aua trlr and aent to the Genu an army on the western front. a a a The Japaneae diplomatic council baa agreed to the American proposal for Joint Intervention by Japan and the United States lo Siberia, says a Cen tral News dispatch from Tokyo, under dnte of July 17. e e A I 'nils dispatch enys the German press Is realizing that the alarno Chanipagne offensive baa ended in dis aster. One puper Bays:; "We are unuble to con ecu I any longer the fact thqt German prisoners betrayeJ our offensive plana. We must 'recognise that the German, offensive has been a failure. The German people are pa tiently awaiting the Issue." , e e -' An enemy submarine attacked a tow off the eastern point of Cape Cod. near Orleans, Mass tank three barges, aet n fourth nnd their, tug on fire and dropped four shells on the mainland. No Uvea were lost nnd only one man Injured. German avlutors have dropped a note Into American arlntlon campa confirming the death of Lieut Quea I In Roosevelt In an nlr battle, accord ing to a Pnrla dispatch. e e e Tho Gennnn military authorities nre ngnln deporting Belgian. Word waa received In Amsterdam that the Ger mans nre taking 10,000 from the Ghent district, COO to 2.000 being carried off dnlly. . .- , sea A German airplane appeared over the Isle of Thonet, on the northeast extremity of Kent county, England. Anti-aircraft guns fired on the machine which turned to the westward and trov ceeded out to sea. " - , a a . WORK ON LINCOLN HIGHWAY i aMBJBSSSBBBBSBBB Indiana State Commission Apprapri. atea WZfiOO for Improvement In Allen County. Aa a further Indication of tba mo ay Improvements to ba expected en the route of tba Lincoln- highway during tna coming year, made la response to tba appeal of tba aectlon oa co-op eratlon with atatea of tba council of national defense, la tba announce. ment of aa appropriation of 173,500 by tba Indiana state highway com mis sion for tba Improvement of the Lincoln highway la Allen county. Tba work to be undertaken wtU cover alt of tba unimproved sections of tha highway In the county outside tha cor porate limits of tha towns and village It la anticipated that the work In quea Hou will result In tba permanent Im provement of tha highway from tba Ohio state Una on the eaat to tha No ble ccunty Una on tha west t::i:i:2!nn!!!2!!!!:!I!!!!!!!!!!!II!II!nnil Mula and Musket Prlca of Land. Neville Island, which baa been cnoav en by tha government aa tha site for tha world'a greatest ordnance plant waa once aold for an old white mula and a flintlock musket according to traditions on tha Island. One of the "old-timers" of the Ohio valley recalls bearing Sol Ague, who died In Sewlckly a number of years ago at tha ripe age of ninety-eight tell tha story of the sale of the Island. Ague aald bis father -aettled on tha Island mora than 100 yeara ago, There waa hardly a day, the story went that tha Indiana did not go to tba Ague house, demanding food and whisky. Tha relator of tha atory aald hit father became ao disgusted with the place that ha derided to get rid of It One day a stranger came along riding a white mulu, with a musket lying acroaa tha pommel of bla saddle. The man atopped at tha Ague house and tba elder Ague told tha stranger hla troubles. Tba latter offered hla mula and tha gun for the Island, which offer was promptly accepted. Tha Aguea then moved to tha district now occupied by 8ewlckly. ' Washington The nnvol pumoc'.i C-T r 503,71)2 omora,ta Esen la nl t Secretary Dank-U annoasr. !: ' i Ington. There are 210,11 c men In the regular navy, amiCers and men In the carina corps, 219,560 officers nnd men In tba naval reserve force, nnd (1,005 officers aud men In the courft gunrd. a Secretary Baker announced that on tho reconvening of congress he would present with bis request for new ap propriations, plana for modi flont Ion of tho draft nges and a "somewhat lurger ml tit a ry mobilisation." The plan con cems the mobilisation of n huge Amer ican army probably upward of 5,000, 000 men. see A call for 50,000 colored men with general military sen lea qualifications waa Isaned by Provost Marshal Gen eml Crowder. The men will entrain between August 1 and August 5. e e e The department of agriculture at Washington haa asked farmers to aow 47.500,000 acres In winter wheat this fall. This would yield approximately 007,000,000 bushels the greatest win ter wheat crop In history. While the request seclflcnlly mentions 45,000,000 .acres as the area to le sown. It a ska fanners If they cannot raise the total to 47,500.0110 acres. e e e The fuel administration ordered llgbtless nights In effect again, begin nlng July 21. The order prohibits the Ue of any light for Illuminating or dis playing ndvertisementn. announce ments or signs on Monday and Tues day. No Illumination In shop win dows or signs In store windows will be permitted from sunrise to sunset nor on llgbtless nights. a a a Bight officers attached to Provost Mnrshnl General I rowiler a office at Washington are to lie recommended for promotion as a reward for the off! clency and co-operation with which they have Iteen conducting the draft e e e Warning that all business (Inns la the United States should strike from their mailing lists unities ilat have been placet! upon the enemy trading list wns given by the Nst iffloe d.jmrt-ment.- - see proldcit Wilson's proclamation tak ing over for ihe duration of the wjr operation f telephone and telegraph lines was loed at Wahlnzton. It ill. not Include radio systems nnd or, an cable line. Government O-rnllon and control begin at nil.lnU-li July 31. e FooU valued at apjroslm.itely !,. 4rtMl0ii wns sent to the allied coun tries from' Ihe United Stale during the flaml yv.r hlcb ended June Jul. ljod Administrator Hoover wrote President Wirson In a letter revlesyinc Eskimo Wrltea Folk Tale. "Adventurea of Kl-ya-yuk-tna- Iook,'" a tale of tha wanderings of a character In Eskimo lore, waa tba only article publlehed la a recent Issue of tha Eskimo, a native school magatina leaned here, a Noma (Alaaka) corre spondent of tha Rocky Mountain Newa writes. . Tha atory, written by a native, la believed to ba as vivid to tba nntlvea of thla country as tba stories of Ulys aea ware to tha Greeks and tha Sagaa to tba Norsemen. , foa 8ekonlk, an Eskimo, tha author, aHld ta bava spent much time gath er: r his material from tha old folk " f Kavallna aectlon near hero, wbo j It from their fathers. According tale, "KX-ya-yuk-tua-took," tna Sras tha father of tha kavallna cm wandered into many parts viiorth western Alaska, meeting strange adventures, fighting hostile na tlvaa and finally killing a giant Tha tale tells of Ufa of tha early Eskimos, of their ballet In magic and their harsh treatment of strangers. Feed Value of Fish. Tha high worth of fish as a food la strongly upheld by tha Journal of tha American Medical Association, noting that fish must ba better cared for than aoma other forma of animal food, but concluding "It Is no Just criticism of fish to say that they may ba harmful unless properly cared tor." Ta Calculate Interest. A rule often recommended for cal culating Interest for abort periods la as follows: To find tha Interest of any given sum for any number of days. multiply tha principal by tha number of days and divide aa follows: At 5 per cent by 72; at 6 per cent by 00; at T per cent by 62 ; at 8 per cant by 43, and at 9 per cent by 40, flu. Whla In I ! Com pa rod with India. 814.000.000 dark-skinned natives, that country haa but about 300.000 white InhaWtanra. I aire company, near Uhpeinikg. Mlrh. tn. 'of the food adiulnlsfrstl a. CINCINNATI MARKETS. Hay and Grain. Hay No. 1 timothy IJ7.B0OJS. No. 2 127 (jtliO, No. 1 clover mixed S25.50 & 26.L0, No. 2 clover mixed $23.50f 24 50, No. 1 clover lS.50fJ 20.50. Oats No. 2 white 803 SO He. stand ard white 707Vsc. No. 2 white 78 V79c, No. 2 mixed 76077c. No. I mix ed 76076c. Corn No. 2 white S1JS62. No. 2 white $1.9001.85, No. 2 yellow $1 60ft 1.70. No. 2 yellow tl.6O01.6S. No. 2 mixed II 6001.65. No. 2 mixed $l.tO 1.60. white ear $1.90 0 2. yellow ear II 6301.70. mixed ear 11.6001.65. Butter, Egge and Poultry. Butter Whole milk creamery exiraa 4fi4c. centratlxed creamery extras 43c. firsts 42c . Eggs Prima Crsta 274c firsts 36Hc ordinary firsts 21c. Lira Poultry Broilers. 14 la and over. 23c; under 1H lb. 30c; fowls. 4 Ins and over 25c; do under 4 lbs. 2Cc; roosters. 19c lb. Live Stock. Cattle Heavy steer, $1301625, butcher steers, extra lt.E0f 15 23, good to choice $12.50014.25. common to fair $7.50012; heifers, extra $11.75 012.50. good to choice $10.600 1I.S0, common to fair $7010; cowa. extra 1 10 011.25, good to choice l.750;. common to fair J4.;ouslu. rann?ra 25 0 6.75, Blockers and (cslers $7 50 011. Calves Extra $1150015. fair to ro.vl f 12rfl4.50. common and lance $7 011. Hogs Selected heavy shippers 19 75. good to choice packera and butchers 1 200 lbs upward! $18 75, me- iara and light packera 116200 lbs) I i. stags I1I9H, common to caoice heavy tat sows $13314,75, Vienna Sausage A Refreshing Change THE tenderness of the meat, the delicacy of the seasoning are noticeable the mo ment you taste lobby's Vienna Sausage. For it is made from morsels of choice meats, seasoned with the greatest care to bring out all the rich, savory flavor. Serve Ubby's Vienna Sausage today. Not only is it a refreshing change, but a hearty and inexpensive meat. LCbby, MTNeOI Lfbby, OUcauja acn Eovi France Has Been Fed "Before the war. a distin guished French Officer, General Mai trot, wrote a series of ar ticles in the 'Echo de Paris' to warn France, that in case of war, the French meat industry would be unable to supply the French army in the field with fresh meat, owing especially ' to the lack of modern refriger ating plants and of refrigerating transportation, and too, owing to the deficiency In the national herd.- "Since the war began the French army has never been short of fresh meat thanks mainly to the prosperous condi tion of the American meat in dustry, and too, to the American live stock breeders." The foregoing state ment was made by a representative of the Allies now in the United States. Another representative of the Allies said recently: "that the American packers have been of the greatest pos sible assistance to' the Allies and have, by their efficient co operation, contributed in the utmost degiee to the successful prosecution of the war." Swift & Company, U.S. A Coal Flewa Like Water. In a great steel works at Pittsburgh powdered coal flows like water through U00 feet of four-Inch pipe under a pressure of 40 povnds to the sonars Inch, and flows so rapidly that four tons bare been put through a UO-foot Hoe In five minutes. Tf year re smart or rwt e-'44. Ka ma,. Ky Balaam a.llr4 sm taimm I. e4 ba jut tha (alaf I. rltva tm. A4. His Job. "What does a press censor have to do, enjwayT "Oh, Just Incense everybody." There are 130 colleges ta China de voted to the study of edeouae agri culture. , Going to Dig for One. In Alabama they tell of ooe "Doc" Marsh, a queer old "yarb" doctor of decidedly limited education. One day someone aald to him. -Sea here, doc, haven't you any diploma 7 "Well, no," said the doctor, 1 alat got none on hand Just now, but Taa goln to dig some as soon aa tba ground la right la the spring." Har per's Magazine A man's best things are nearest to hire; lie clnse about his feet IUcbard klonrton Xlllnes. 1 i WHeo Vocr Eyes Need Care ' Try Marine Eve Remedy I fsa smxu at e oaf-r. at in. aa ' tHIn a I VTrlfa m I ve Sa r 1 - eaXaOaaMaaUuaaeTi opcbuoajw .