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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 30, 1918)
MONDAY. SEPTEMBER GO. 1918.
PI ITS MOUTH SEMI-WEES LY JOURNAL.
SHORT STATE NOTES
Kcws cf Nebraska Told In
r'.m are already la process at
Omaha for the State Teachers' ass
elation convention, November 7 and S.
M..iiN..n county now lias a woman
county food administrator, Mrs. II. J.
Shui-th-f of Norfolk having succeeded
J. J. Cirlii.il. who resigned.
Two ears f inch,? hgs shipped to
the S nth Omiha market by A. J.
M;.e,s of r.urv.ell. brought .ss.rioo.Qi.
Tim hogs ?:.; f,r .o.'r, a hundred.
A movement 1- under way at AI
!!:i!.'' to orL':ir.i;:e a boy scout cora
; -tv. wiih S.-eretnry Fiher f the
Community club as seout master.
Nathar! O. A. R. headquarters have
been opened in Idm-ohi. All of the
o-u': eir.a h-u's record? and equipment
!:.r. e l.-' n n moved from Indianapolis.
The -orn Mo.-k disease, which cana
rd the d nth of many head of stock
in Vehra-!;n lat year, has appeared
'!ie northern part of Buffulc
dfi'.crTii'it Investigators are noir
r vr!; ..? the hooks of the big eream-
vies in Nebraska for the purposo of
1 '.i.;:- fnjo the reasons for the lu-
; ,. jn j,iiei of butter to ',0 cents
.';. of Fremont are lnokintx for
m J. T n'Rrhin. who "cleaned"'
f.-v. mi ;'eh:in' of the Podge rourpy
n i ri !: out of ahont S.l. ru .
I e.i-oT..-rat've carafe scheme.
nci ii.s of the state fair this y ; r
nmountid t. SI 11. tl (VS. a. cording C
jj-r. refolds f Secretary Pan'oKo-.;
Tii. vtt, r. of the f;iir wer J?'i -$'"-':'J.
whh-h haves a balance in tb
tr- :-;:ry of S-JJ.lT." 1.
I.lovd Th.i!,::is oil: tor of the A!
P !-,ce Herald, has organized the A.Z
p. ;.:tP'I I'oia -I. riant- of Alliance, r. I tiedy. Thos0 found railiy ir ov r-h-H"
t.e'lioi: .ie!:;!r e.rper.-:iion. Art I- j fhar-irg eustoiut-rs will dealt with
"--s of ineoajM.ra.'Ion have been tiled
v. ::h the secretary of state.
The state coiineil of ilefene V.fT.
?" r ee a cir -u.lar frem t'.e war irt
) i f'h s b.-ard. giving a INt of elal-
f'.;:oes . f co:i!rttfl!.!tl projectP.
defense will pa
r-n btri'dln-' j ro' i'fs, rep--rttn- t the
,;e ceuneil. whih in. turn v.i!l make
re oar-ei'd-ttions to the war indus
t . i -s le.ard.
The L-reat Tcitemrnt in wrcte: t Xp.
-i,a o(-r the d:civry of a tuoun
t i i of pi.'as'i nr-r.r I.r -ad water ha
I'rp.-.rt5 are th-it tlie man
T ! ' M id-' tie" d!-a-ovcry suhudifed
F-irap?e! of t!:e deposit to the Fnlfed
v-r ..,.- ;ivc!T.!i;f nt and t rastem
"tai'st --. but bo-!i declared it not
Ci H i- -i ; 1 T v valuable.
S ' o. l ehMdren of Xebra' a will be
r'" d up ti t !idf In ?h urvey of
r-i!!'e and In this s'-.t--. which
v i'l be Oef. L". i:n-!i-r the diree-
Tl a of the sf.de food ad'iunistratfon.
V.'atl'es Is :lsl;ire- that I'Vfr.V far-
r In N bras':-i let-d all p-.s-iMe aid
... r,v .,n,j t!iaf th -y have the
! ".-r -a ' m ready for the "ibool ddl-1-
o -. hen fb.ry alc f..r it on Octo-
TT-e S-r R-iil.vay f"oinm!s-fon re-fir.-.-.f
ar. appljeat' n of the Nebraska
rr.d T.'r.e..'-i telephone ':::;';:!.'' the
I. a:' o -py to taah- n:al!at!on and
!-.. '. al s d: reeled ' i'ost-
iiet d r.urb-on. '"This corn
I'l -i-n is not n rubber ta:i.i." said
':',.:--'. .?e-r UTfl. "U'e will not
.;; -.e.e ad-lition-1 teb-j.hone charges
.''. u a h.earii'ir. .b't beeati-e a
ernuicr.! ollidal tcdls us to do so.""
Hides h'ae been Issued fro:n. the
r?a?j.'-drafi headquarters at Lincoln
. ri ::::: the a; jxiintment arel d-tties
cr tad'!-'rial advisers to the two d's
trie'; d.rafi at-e;d boards in Nebraska,
t: on per a ; e ith the boards in keep-.
Ir ' uei-e-s;,! -.- lH n In civil life to maln
t; b-. o-'--er.rhiI Industrie, asricuiturc
i ;ut'd:e wiifare properly. The Uls.
Tre t ...ard are in Lincoln for th
S'-'i'h I'hitte counties nr.l Omaha for
th ..r:h Ti; tte. The r.dvi.r- board
I-- to eondst of three tuVn one ap-pi'i.-ed
by the department of labor,
f :,e l-y the dep; . rtne-iit of agriculture
rnd i-r by tlie dNtrb t board. Mem
bers of this board collect all data en
ird-:-;r. and needs of civil life, and
rrpy c to the l .cr.l boards, pick out
e w:n it deems essential, whether or
ii. t h- has tiled exemption claims, and
pro, nt his case to the district board
fer deferred classification.
A ii-i.al.ir of farmers in Scottsbluff
ronn:y have been ucable t', market
tie-V v. liear o?i aceount 'if smttt.
Tv-o i:. en ,,t their lives when on
ru' c .r,:. i!e iri w hich they were riding
rr:1 bed into a trolley pole at Jsouth
O .. .ha. T!i" ong!n; exploded com
t! 'e'y d -:;a di shing tin- ear.
o-V with a i op uhition of 11.000,
ln!d r)::;;h. in the riade !n fund.-,
raise i auetionins off I'ershing
b'rrh day cakes. Ord's auction netted
f."i Mui. v. lele n.-nnha rai.-ed but ?1,'i0
On h T eake.
Aeci.-'iu-: to a statement made 17
Feed Ada-iaisf raf-ir V"ut:Ies at f:uah
farmers wh hold their wh-.'at until
titey a c o'fered a fair price hy local
I.:!;. -rs or ur.tll they t an uet tin if ears J
to i. .eve 11. e iriuil to the- ura tri 1 ofj.o- !
retain j;; n-d be considered tin-p.:-!-:..-!-.
The condition for fall wheat In
Polk couit v ;.i ery discoiirauitr.'. and
f.irti'i rs ;nv be,;tat:!i'- in i lar.tin.. a'-ih-
re is r.- n.-.i -tare iti th. croun
p. id th ;. ";! th-'t -t:nb- it r.iiuo
th1 re v dl he pn eh: nee for what tO
jrew llr.o-tgh the winter.
Regular work In the Students Ar
my Training corps at the Domic cop
lege at Crete is expected to begin in
a few days.
The cornerstone of I'eatrhe's new
Lutheran hospital was hi id a lew days
ago. The structure, when completed,
will cost $1C0,UU0.
Uu;nha. is slated to be the r.et
stopping place In extension jf aiipl::ne
mail service, according to Washing
Governor Neville was the second
man in Lincoln county to 1:11 out h.s
questionnaire. Under the u,-v draft
he does nut claim exemption.
Nebraska's methods of publicity .'or
conserving fuel is to be adopted by
several slates. Oklahoma has already
decided to Use tills states ph.ns.
Captain Anderson, provost marshal
of Nebraska, has announced ou:i:y
quotas of men c:.iled in Oi toner. Tho
call for o,'. h i.", men from Nebraska is
the heaviest made siae the Man ef
The largest land deal in ibis s!. :e
for many months tcok pla-.-e the other
day when John It. Wel.-wr c f Onu-hu
sold his (harden county ram'a to .1. .'I.
Cox of Hamilton for a consider; tion
Col. 11. II. Ilcrsey lms been 'relieved
ot command at Fort Omah : hello a
school and Lieut. Col. J. YV. Wu -t of
Fort Sill. Ukla.. has l.een made Ids
successor. Colonel lleiey. it is he.
lieveil. is to be assigned overseas.
Several Care .':nty farmers la.ve
planted their winter wheat crop. They
report that the ground, wc.s neor in
better coi.ditio-n for seed: a'-'. A mueli
larger acreage will be planted this
year In Crist' county thr-n 1: st.
F. A. (Japen, 'publisher i f the S:d
ney Tebvraph and one oT Nebrask.-i's
most widely known coat:1 ry nc s--.j.
per men. died ::t his hon;e at Sid;., y
3f diabetes after a short iilni -s. Tin1
ieeea-ed was ?1 years old.
VIolatiors ,.f n';. jin.l reuia f "e" s
laid do". by the fuel adru'n i-t ra : i m
are to receive Jtit vur-le;: at. ac
cord Ins to Slate Admild-l ;;'! i' it n-
Severely, he said.
AH counties of the state have r.c.y
reported n th- resist ration :''
last draft. Idxovinir a total r. -1 ra ; i.m
f lll'.IM, of whom 1 17. ''"" white
nnd cd.-r, d. This is 7. " 1--
lOW" the LOVertiU:. P. esj;i late. which
.vas ir.7.' f- r the entire s-a.te.
F.ace.l i,7) tilt govc! nii.-'l.t I t tla
finnl estimate on wle-at in N-hra l.-i
including stirng wIo-t. s J l 1
'ittdlcl-'. Tf the f-vora' h- e: p-'"i'--e-now
prevai'lii"" for p'owin-. a id s e
in? con'intt a r.-irred a-n-ae will be
?eMed Ibis fall. It N ahl.
Th.e I'iatte county e,em il of d feiw
reeeiveil the commendation of I."-!"'1
?!titens at a j-.-.ttr!otie iratd eri:;- ;1 '.
iitmbus. The hiL-e voiol ib.e'r
eonfidencc in th eounctl and -e '. -vi d
it had r.cted always v e.e-.'laa' to the
tlictates of right, reason .-.n-.l patii.-t-
I'otalors sliipped fret. i N --':r.
this c.in will b" "da r-1 1 "' -d f
the flr-r th-te. All lb- -1 de. 1. rs
lai. !Ilng i- tables n-.i.- see ihed t'.-:r
hlpm nf s are ir-.-!.eete! .-tel th.-t th.-y
bnr tla- T'eia! Inspe -r;. :: of
the federal f 1 :.d;.:in-t ration for
More to!, ranee for forei-.m -p--ak'n?
persotis In this sate w.-a.s :1 d..--l f.- by
leleL'at.-s to the Xebtrska A-.-erp-:n-izaf.o-t
meeting at I.iiicir.. The A l-
PCtat-s critlel'e l t' stale eo'T.e'! of
defense, and ff -rts by e,,ut:ty c.--iu-"Hs
to i n vent spejikin in foreign
TIm," Dawson County Coup-il 'f 1 -
fpfico :esse,T T.'-Wjs Ta 1 -' .-t'M'o
m::':in spualerous rem." rk f'ah: t
A.merle::n .soldiers. StllWI of vie.'- - eat
to the Fe d fVn. SJ.VI to th ' V.
C. A. and the balance to tin- A -.a-.- an
The state railway cot in :i!-n b-s
ftUthori7ed the Steele City Teleph -.-e
eorajiany. a hlch has ei-I;;inu'es a.t
Ptefle City and Fndieott." f i-oae-e
Its rate from SI a month for all
rlases of telephones to Sl.r.o fer hu
iness .-mil for resld -nee and
farm telephone". Xo hcarlnir was
The town of Crrm art town. Seward
?ounty. has at last chati.ed it-: name.
Ppot.i, of (he tan woke np tic other
mornintr and fCrel the bbr sign -er
the Ftirlhicton depot, v.hh h ha", rami.
Oenixinto-.vn." the n-uht before, snb
sfltuted in gh-rlnc- letters wdt'a Ihe
nrme riarland.; TTeneeforth the town
will be called ' Oar'and by the resi
dent". Farmers of Scottsbluff county r,
planning to sow the largest wir.t-r
,That jicroare thl' year in the li:i ry
of the ommtry.
Scottsbluff county Is making pian
to send the county exhibit shown at
the state fair at Lincoln to the Imer-nati-mal
Soil products exposition t
ICanas City in October.
The sij-ar beet crop In weMern Ne
braska I tttiu-mdly irood. an-! the
factories at C5-m in?. Fc..tls!d-.:ff and
P.ayard are bein put in sh ap-- for toe
longest campaign in their history.
One man was killed, an the-.- lalally
Injured aial nhi" other mo." la-
fteriottsly Irtrt io two aat-i.-aehile
ma.-h-i!i s at Aubuin
sheep run at South Omaha ir,
,.r a in the his'orv of the
maruet. .just tue "wiu .'
head were received. siua-dtim: :!1
records for a sing!- hiy.
That the potash industry of we.---ern
Nebraska is growing by ieaps rtud
bounds f- videnod by the f.-mt that
two hs 'reMning plants are in coar
cf construction In Cherry county, on
mi ..j k othii at Merriaian.
- . . f . . t . .. . I . . . . f.l o '
2 CASS CO. FARM
V ill ll III II l)l-l()t.ll to
I.wcitl I'lirmiu lutrrt-st
F.e sure you are getting right pric
es before ycu sell your walnut logs
Several head of cattle from the
other Counties are listed at this
odice. Call or write if interested
Storing the Tractor.
The high cost of tractors makes
it advisable to store them for the
winter with care. F,e sure all the
water is drained from the cooling
system and all fuel from the fuel
tanks. The last time the tractor is
run, use heavy oil so as to coat the
c Unders; and ptstons--a little oil
might be poured through the prim
ing corks. This will prevent rust
ing of the cylinders and pistons
Where the exhaust nine is vertical
with th? exhaust end up," cover ot
ke?p water out. Clean grease and
dirt off. engine an dall moving parts.
and inspect whole tractor for break
age. All new parts should he ord
ered a once on account of the diffi
cultv in obtaining them. This ap-
piie-- to all mac hinery.
rr.fir.il icn of Skilled Farm Labcr
Hy Bc-:a!ittient of Ariic:ilti:n
The word "ahilb'd" as applied to
farm laborer is pariiaps the most
u;mcu!t to interpret. In" the new
regulation: he is said to be ".skilled
.v!: e:i J.e -ial!v fpteil fer the
weik 'v. which, he is engaged." Thi
oi'bjei i ha-; aiven th following defi
nation: "A sltii'cl farm laborer i
ene who has the strength, iu'illie-
eP--. ;".d ep: ri-'nee to perform. a
ccpta.hly. the ordinary farm opera
tions cf th" district, cemme.nitv or
ran.chcs. orchard? or barns."
L. Ii. SNU'i-lS.
Count v AgT. Agent.
kikd or ga?::ents iielbed.
llvry kin.d el garntan . for all
agis and. both : exes. is urgently
. o'l. Ip addition. Piece (b".ds.
iigi-.t. warm canton flannel and oth
er kinds of (lath from which to
make-trarmon's for new born babies.
V." eel ".. floods of any kind wltaJso
( ver are acerp;nbb men's t hirt-
'.'I'd p.tj .mas so worn or siirunKei
as tin banger to be serviceable, a
the material em be titili.ed i:i ltial:
ing children's garments. Shoes of
everv sixe are pske:! for. Scrap
bather is needed for repairing foot
wear. (lirnion's need net be in perfect
repair. One hundred tho-i:ar.d
destitute women in the o cupitd
reg'-uis are eager to earn a sma.l'
liv.diheed by ripairing gil'i cietli
! r a:; i mahing pew j:i:r:nents
adapted to f.ee-ls v'th l:i!i they
are familiar. Anything sent must
he clean, rtr-T. g and durable.
Do Hot Send
(lame, rt -. i f Flimsy material or
ga.udv cedcring. hall dresses, high
heeh-d -dippers, etc. . Stiff i :;t . 'eith
er ire-u's or women's; straw, dress or
derby. Ar.yth.ing conttMiiing rub
ber, raincoats, rubber boots. etc.
i Remove rrbl-or l:e Is) P.ooks, toys,
soap, lcib't tirticles.
Notes or ( emmunicat iv.ns of any
sort fr description must poiitively
not be sent.
Leave all articles at Lut:'s store.
IEAVrS CITY THIS JIOKKIKG.
Fi'-ri Sat a r. lav's- 1 ).;!'.
This morning Jehu. C Clan-- with
a large m: tor tnovine van took hi
hous-.-ludd goods, and i -mfied for
Oniaha. where he will m-k. his
!';:m? in th" -future. Mr. Clans Was
an crunloye of the ilitrlin.gton sl:oj
here for a number oT years and an
excellent workman. lie goes to
Omaha to make his home, and will
be connected with the Wer-tcrn Car
CARD OF THANKS.
We v.i.h to thank tho friends and
nei ;hhors who so kindly a :-:istcd us
throigh my operation and sickm-s.
A. It. LINDSAY AND FAMILY.
SOCIAL DjNCE AT IiIUPiEAY.
There will tie : ml!:ar socm! dance
given at ii Puis & (Jaib-i'tTr hall,
on ik-xt Friday evening, Oct. .". The
nisic will he furnished hy the fam
ous Dan Dusdinos. colored orchestra.
There wiii be an good time in store
for you. so do not fail to come.
CAH LOAD OF POTA
TOES AT" MURK AY
I'-ils t; 0: n:eratr --sill have y car
load of good homo grown pot r. toes
f.n track in Murray, (lie last of the
week, that will be sold at ?1.30 per
Mrs. .S A. Mrll.i.v was a passeng
er this afternoon fur Omaha, where j
she will visit for a few days at the
home oi her daughter.
mm SnALu i.ui
A PLEASANT TASK
THOSE WHO PERFORM IT KNCVVj
THEY ARE IMPOSING HEAVY j
BURDEN ON THE PEOPLE.
DONE AS A VITAL NECESSITY
"Shcrmanesque" Utterances by the
Senator From Illinois Entertain the
Upper House Money Aid Refaced
Farmers Suffering From Drought.
Dy ARTHUR W. DUNN.
"Washington. It is n. pleasant tasl;
to lay taxes. Foople may have an idea
that the ways' and means oomniitiee
and the finance committee take groat
pleasure in making revenue bills for
the pun ose of imposing taxation 0:3
people. That is far from tin- truth. It
is a fact that both these committees
are most sought after by men who
want good committee pediions. and it
might be assumed if was I. ecan.se they
took pleasure in imposing taxalbui.
F.ut taxation now is very din "erect f re;.)
that in peace times. (1. e ernne-iit
tuxes were not very heavy in the days
before the war. although there w.ts a
great deal of hot air expended upon
the subject of "burd'i-'ome taxaii- a."
The men who are i:e,pis:p r the ta.es
are doing jt as a vital necessity; tlicv
are performing their pat riot duty
just as others are doing in these tine
of groat stress and tribulation. These
immense revenue bills are burde!isom-, I
but war is n very expensive undertak- j
ing. The ponding f ventm bill, levy-J
ing S' s. m 11 1.01 k i.O! m 1 ior on-- year; is mat y ,
limes larger ihau the entire cost of ih :
Civil war: and the run war la.sf di
four years an-! the expenditures v.e:cj
spread over a very mia-h longer p r'-'d j
following the war. The nun who have)
to vote this taxation 011 the people!
cb-arly understand that they are in:- j
posing heavy burdens ntid they are md ,
doing it for pleasure by any means.
We have in the Fnited Slates senate
what we call Sher a.aic sp'.e utter
ances. Lawrence Y. Sherman, wle-ia
many men in Illinois call '"Larry." ha--a
way of getting off almost epigram
matic observation s which have ie
ceived tho designation "Sh"rn.au
esipie." Uce.-iitly in discussing the fed
eral trade 'commission he remarked:
"It is an ineuliator for Fnited StaW -senntors
and other odieors. Many can
diilales have heea batched in till'
nest."" ;. referred to the fact that
Joe Ihtvies of Wisconsin and W.l'h 1;
.1. Harris of CeorLta both became candi
dates for Fnited States senator. Ke
ferriug to-eii!ics, jitid more particular
ly those in maga.ines, and other writ
ers, he said: "Tlu' b ss one has don :
of cons', rue; ive work of any kind n
private life, th" better qualified he :-'
to instruct those who have founded
and managed great undertakings.
Speaking of th.e city of Chicago, wide
ho praised, but which he said gave !'-,-
001) niajoritv against him, he gao
teranee to .this truth about po.itb--:
We" was then referring to t!
down-tate section of Illinois alw ay
c:m figure out in the go wards of Ci::
cago about how ialge the major;' v ill
l.'e against any country camlidaie and
then we simply go out in the country
and get a 1 igger majority, whaieer
It may need to be."
Tie- m state politicians in New orl;
have always worked the same gaia.e in
thai gnat state and probably other
country di-triets in other sections also
have used the same system.
A land proposition was invo.ved in
an amendment otTered lo the water
power lull in the house ,-iud Congress
man ItaUer of California, a man wilh
an ca.-y tUev of language and alway---ready
to ihrnand recognition to exploit
his views, was on the Hour talking. "I
can see myself working here for the
next -in years in getting homestead
and desert land claims and mining
claims released from this hind of leg
islation," remarked Kuker.
"I congratulate the gentleman on hia
assurance that he is going to be le-re
for the next ' years." n marked Con
gressman .Mauuen in inine.i.
An amendment offered t the agricul
tural extension bill by Senator Walsh
f Montana appropriated !?- . ."
is a fund from which to make loans to
farmers whose crops were injured hy
drought. Senator Thomas of Colorado
suggested making it a gift instead of
i loan, but several other senators in-
digmmtly declared that the -farmer
didn't want charity," or words to that
effect. "I contend that this is a gift
nyhow," retorted Thomas, "ami I be
lieve in making a gift directly instead
of making it tinder false pr t. nses."
F.ut a linn! survey of the-hill as it
assed the senate show that they
neglected to appropriate it. eimer as
a gift or as an accommodation.
One of the greatest comforts a sol-
dier can nave is 10 .wio-.v omu-t mat
he Ims no one dependent 1010:1 him.
or if h" has that they wi'i be tale'n
care of in ca" h" is killed. Nothing
makes for better morale. That is why
!0 per cent of out men have taken out
government war risk iietinmie poli
cies. Almost without exception the
new men. as soon :is they are drafted,
apply for the m.i::?mi;m rate of .,1f.
(l :i. The war rh k branch is prohn'dy
the busiest of ad government bureaus
in Washington, working day and night
shifts iakinz of the applications
tiiat a iv pogrinj In.
'Winning the war is the one big
job that confronts every man, wo
man and child in America.
Everything else must be sacri
ficed for that one great end.
Hudson has for some time been
devoting part of its large factory to
war work, and while the decision to
go on a 100 per cent basis affects no
one more seriously than the Hudson
dealer, it commands only our heart
Under present circumstances we
WOULD NOT HAVE IT OTHER
WISE. We rejoice that the Hudson fac
tor can and will play its full part
in carrying the banners of liberty
forward to victory.
Oar hope is that this move may
exercise the greatest possible in
fluence in bringing the world strug
gle to a prompt and triumphal close
So far as we are concerned we are
mil! smiuisiTr n no bt nnrin
nun u wiii 1 l. 1 lmu ru uui m
First Break Comes in Ranks of Central Pow
ers Balkan Pflember of Alliance Sues for
Peace May Mean Turkey Cut Off and
Back Door of Austria Thrown Ajar
With, the wedding of the armies of
the entente into a compact whole
under command of the inter-allied
war council, guided by the master
strategy of Marshal Foch, apparent
ly has come the first break in the
united front of the central powers.
Bulgaria, smallest of the Teu
tonic allies, seems to have struck
her colors. Premier Malinoff has
asked for an armistice to consider
terms of peace. Whether he is act- 1
ing upon his own responsibility as
the representative of a revolution
ary party or with the approval of i
King Ferdinand and the government
remains in doubt.
In either case, however, there is
little doubt that Bulgaria has ceas
ed to be a military factor in the
war. Her armies are in full retreat
and her soil has been invaded.
Will Cut Turkey Off From Huns.
Secession of the Balkan state from
the thraldom of Germany, will be
almo-t as severe a blow to the Ted
tonic alliance? as was the collapse of
Russia to the allies.
If Bulgaria lays down her arms.
Turkey, her armies shattered by the
coup of General Allenby in Tales-
tine, will be cut off from her allies.
Her lines of communication will be
severed, except across the Black
sea, through Rumania or over the
mountain peaks of trans-Caucasia
into Russia, where the grip of the
German controlled bolsheviki is be
coming steadily weaker.-
With her supplies of German
made munitions and row material
hanging by such a slender thread,
military observers believe the Otto
man empire will have no course left
"le it resolved that it is our plan to produce only those automobiles during
the period of the war as are necessary to clear out the btock on hand and con
tracted for, which we estimate will be accomplished not later than January 1,
VM'.); and that thereafter our plant resources and our entire manufacturing
energy are to be devoted to war work."
Board of Directors of the
Hudson Motor Car Company
August '.Pith, FJ1S.
Not Have it
proud to bear our share of the sac
rifice. To our good friends' and custom
ers our message now is one of con
gratulation and reassurance.
Although the manufacture of
Hudson cars will soon cease, the
supply of replacement parts now on
hand is adequate to meet all needs
over a long period of time.
We know it is no longer necessary
to suggest prompt action to pros
pective owners of Super-Sixes. Ev
eryone must realize now, if never
before, that for each Hudson Super
Six still to be made before produc
tion ceases entirely there will be a
We hope that it will not be many
months before we can have the
pleasure of making another an
rnnouncement a post war announce
ment. saying: "We are ready
again to take orders for the new
Super-Six a car as worthy of. your
confidence as its predecessor."
Pheoten, $2300 (p 0f
m m ssBitn
but to follow the example of her.
Back Door of Austria Ajar.
But it makes little difference to
the entente whether the Turk
abandons Germany and Austria. If
Bulgaria quits he can no longer be
a menace to their plans.
The back door of Austria will
stand ajar before the victorious
British, French, Serbian, Greek and
Italian armies plunging ahead thru
the mountains of liberated Serbia.
Car Load of
will have a car load of good home grown po
tatoes on the track in Murray, the last of the
week, that will be sold at
1.50 PER BUSHEL
Only 230 inil?3 ahead of their ad
vance guards is IUlgrade, across the
! Danube from the 'plains of Hungary.
They already have pressed forward
a quarter of this distance since the
great Macedonian offensive began
Once over the river, they would
he passing through territory occu
pied hy the oppressed nationalities
of Austria, v. ho have little love for
the dual empire, and there would
be no great natural obstacles be
tween them and lludapest.
Early winter in the Ilalkans, with
the limited means of communication
available, would present the most
serious difficulty, and one which
could not be overcome before spring.
MRS. BRINKL0W GETTING WELL
From Saturday's lnily.
Mrs. J. I,. Stafford of Kalania.oo,
Mich., who has been here for the
past two months, assisting in the
nursing of her sister Mrs. George
Brinklow, who has been very sick
during almost the entire year, is
now showing good improvement, and
has hopps of soon being entirely
well again. This is excellent news
to her many friends, and a matter
of rejoicing for her and family.
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