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   New Market Herald (Newspaper) - April 25, 1918, New Market, Iowa                                VOLUME XXXVI NEW TAYLOR APRIL 1918 NUMBER 10 GERTRUDE BONN1N FOE JFIEiRIURDFIGHT Heavy Attack Made Against Yan kees at HUMS SUFFER HEAVY LOSSES Teuton Forces Cross No Mans Land In Three Waves and Are Mowed Down by Machine Gun and Rifle Says 183 Prisoners and 25 Guns Were Cap April French lines i north of where the Gcr began a heavy attack against j IFrencli and Americans have been Spletely according to the war office Berlin Claims 183 April capture of 1S3 American prisoners and 25 machine Ipuns by the Germans is claimed in he report from Tin Serinan storm it also Is dej advanced to a depth of jldiometers about a mile and a piar Iter into the American lines at Seiche The the statement sustained heavy Throw Enemy April between TrancoAmorioun troops and Gorman forces in the vicinity of northwest of where the Ger launched a strong attack against Sfthe French and American continued through the The war ollice statement says the French recovered nearly all the ground overrun by the troops lighting in this yithe announcement repulsed the Sreuton assaults on their The text of the statement reads The struggle continued throughout the night in In rFrench troops regained nearly all UK terrain which hud been lost to the Gel American troops lighting in this sector also repulsed a determined Gcr Gertrude u highly ed ucated Sioux whose Indian name sig nifies Ked Is In Washington attempting to secure legislation which will prevent the sale of a drug made from a species of to the The drug is a narcotic whose effects resemble those of and has become widely used with the In evitable result of mental nnd physical i Bonulns i who is of French nnd Indian is a lieutenant in the United States Bonnin is u contributor to magazines and Is un accomplished pianist and public TWO SHIPS ARE SUNK EIGHTYSIX MEN MISSING Steamer Lake Moor Torpedoed in European Blown Up by Internal Germany Furnishes the Proof Every development since our en tiy into the war has justified and proved the the imperative necessity of Americas participa Every German success and every German failure have shown how necessary to our own welfare and how necessary to the safety and peace of the world 1he defeat of Germany Every foot of ground Germany has been forced to give every foot of land she has have demonstrated the absolute necessity of defeating that intolerable thing called Make War on Gopher Now There is no better time than light now to begin warfare on They are hungry and there is still less for them to feed on than there will be Con sequently they can be destroyed more effectively by the use of poisoned bait now than later hat is the judgment of the ex perts of the zoology staff of Iowa State To get rid of gophers by poison the following method is sug gested With a crow bar or point d punch a hole down into he newest part of the burrow iear a fresh Into this hole Irop pieces of sweet jotato or turnip which have been oisoned with strychnia sulfate in crystal form as follows Make a in he potato or other bait with i knife then put the tip of the moist knife blade into the strychnia ulfate and take up a particle as argu as a half grain of wheat put his into the After the bait is dropped into the leave the hole open Gophersjwill go for this jait eagerly and it kills them April loss of two American from which men are was announced by the navy I The Lake Moor was sunk by an enemy submarine on the night of April i 11 in Kuropean Of the ten region of live I ollicers and twelve inert have been I landed at an Knglisli The others 1 are i The Florence was blown up in n I French port by an internal explosion mnn attack in the same i Fight for Every j With the American Army in April forces which tncked American positions west of the Uenners northwest of part of March on come across No Mans Land in three They bad been lit midnight April Reports Indi cate that Hi of the crew of approxl mately wore The Lake Moor was a cargo carrier of and sailed from an Al rifle advancing ly trained for tlds The although greatly fought for every inch Of the giving ground slowly and pouring n deadly machine and automatic fire into the Huns Use Gas The German barrage began just be fore sunrise after a heavy bombard on tin American front and rear position in the course of the j In an attempt to put the American batteries out of action the Germans Used in unusually large number of fgns but the American artillery teplied burling hundreds of shells across the Teuton A counterbarrage set down by the Americans caught the advancing Ger iffians nnd killed a number of them before they had an opportunity to reah the American The Germans entered the shelltorn Tillage of Seicheprey in the but only remained a short being drhon out again by a brilliant coun tei attack made by the American In The of one unit Miolding un outpost reported at one stage of the attack that bis men were Blowly giving hut that they lighting every inch of the French Capture April French attack of on the Flan lers battle resulted in the cap ture of several German it announced was built on the Great Lukes and sailed from Philadel phia March witli n cargo of about tons of powder and ALL OF IRELAND CONSCRIPTED URGES ALL TO AID LOAN ManPower BUI Passed by Both Houses and Signed by Irish to April the remain Ing stages of the manpower bill were concluded on Thursday by both the house of commons and the and the royal assent was given the meas The bill Includes Conscription for of the army age to fifty years and In some cases to fifty five combing out of industries to se cure Jieietofore for war Conscription of Ireland is ex pected to add men to the fight ing Chancellor of the Exchequer A Bonar replying to a query in the house of declared he expect ed that Irish conscription would bt enforced before August The leaders of the nationalists In including the Redmonites who now are led hy John 111 Sinn labortte and are united in their de termination to resist conscription by the most effective means at our dis which is the wording of a res olution passed at a meeting of bishops lit Field Marshal Viscount French and bis stall have arrived In The 17761918 descendants of the compat riots of Washintgon and Paul Jones are fighting once again side by side with the descendants of the ompatriots of Lafayette and Roch The time and opportun ity have come for a nation to pay a great debt of gratitude for ser vice rendered in great national need and America is paying France the debtshe long has In the Revolutionary War for the freedom of America the French fought on America soil under the command of an Today in the war for the freedom of France and for the preservation of liberty to and indeed to all the Americans fight on French soil under the supreme com mand of a The honors are even and the honors are No true American who knows the history of his country but thrills at the thought of the American Army in The invincible Ameri cans will turn thetidejof war they will bring to France and her allies a victory for liberty such as France assisted us to and repay with interest a debt to liberty and to France long owing and honorably Big Oil Company To Start Work Soon Have Valuable Oil Lands Under Lease The Clark Fork Oil Company of Montana expect to start operations on may be considered equal to 1 pound of This rationing requires a more restricted use of wheat than that asked for by the observance of wheatless days and which are no longer but in prac tice it will be found that an even wider and more strict observance of wheatless days and meals will aid greatly in limiting the house hold consumption of wheat flour and other prepared wheat to pounds per person per Meat of any kind may be eaten on any day in moderation until May In buying wheat flour an equal weight of other cereals as substi tues for wheat flour must be bought pound for In buying gra whole wheat or mixed flours the substitutes in them may be counted so that a smal tor propor tion of substitutes may be bought with these flours than with wheat This is the 5050 Wheat flour substitutes are hom corn corn edible corn barley rolled rice buckwheat potato sweet potato soya bean flour and feterita flour and Householders in towns and cities may not buy more than i of a barrel of flour any one Householders in the country may not buy more than i barrel of flour at any one In no event shall any purchaser have more than 30 days supply on All kind of especially fat and should be economically Grow ani use local supplies this saves These regulations are necessarily siibject to change at any time as the needs of the Allies and our own needs Food Ad ministrator for Taylor Sorghum Offers a Way Out Iowa can do a great deal toward meeting the serious sugar shortage by growing sorghum says Erwin of the agricultural experiment station at Even the town or city dweller who has an acre of or even avail able for this crop may well consider growing it providing he knows that there is conveniently near a sor ghum mill for making the sorghum Sorghum cane yields as much as 100 to 150 gallons of sirup per which at present prices is Sorghum airup con tains much more sugar than corn For Iowa the best varieties of sorghum cane are the Early Amber and the Early the latter being recommended for the south ern half of the state A clay loam or sandy loam produces excel lent quality sirup of a lighter col or heavy bottom lands produce heavy but the sirup is not of the best Sorghum is essentially a hot weather crop and should not be planted until the lat ter half of when the soil is thoroly About 2 pounds of seed per acre is it should be planted 1 inch 4 inches apart in a gardenfine seed The rows are the same dis tance apart as with If weeds to start and just before then harrow Secretary in Speech at Wash Says Army Will Do j Its April will do our part you do is the mes sage from the American army in to Ihe American people that Hakor delivered hero on at a Liberty loan rally in first public address since bis ro ll from We are fighting an tier who has elected to force the center of his political and naked fc It Is not the doctrine upon which n ivMJipernianont And beautiful i be but we accept that clinl gc as It has been There is answer except ade K3nuate tremendous crowd thai lacked the great to its capacity roared with ause as the war secretary reiler tvil the purpose of America and UK When force IK divorced from mor he there Is sonic ilng in morality that engenders the TCV to overcome There IK no doubt as to the out BOLD PASHA IS EXECUTED French Traitor Faces Firing Squad at Delighted When Warned of His April Paul Holo I condemned faced u firing squad In he forest of When the order to lire was given the rltlcs spoke and Ilolo crumpled up with several bullets in his head nnd Escorted hy several guards Holo had left Ihe Smite prison 15 minutes be fore Ins After leaving the automobile at he listened to the exhortation of a prison chap So much better I am ISolo exclaimed when In the morning by Commandant Julien of the third who told him that the hour of expiation had These were the only words spoken by Sixteen British Ships April The British shipping by mine or submarine In the last weeU totaled according to tlie admiralty Klevcii of Ihe iiseicliiuiiiiien siicl lous or Mini four miller HIM tumm Dm vessel was their extensive leases within thp next few At the present the officials of the company are in a quandary as to how to place two rigs on five dif ferent They have leases on the famous Warm Springs Dome of Wyoming which astounded the oil world last year by the vastness of its and it is expected hat at least one of the rigs will commence work the Clark Fork Oil the Car Donado theManderson and a productive field Kansas lave attractions which may decide in their The progressive men behind this concern are confident of n fact with the additional leases which they are securing every day and turning in to the company will make it possible for the Clark Fork to become one of the big pro ducers in the WyomingMontanta oil In every field that they have entered they control sufficient ground to drill hundreds of Wflls in ease of good Food Regulations for Householders Briefly Stated All householders who can entirely eliminate the use of wheat until the next harvest about September should do Householders who are obliged to use wheat should not use more than a total of 1 i pounds of wheat flour or prepared in any person per includigthe wheat flour in Victory and includ ing the wheat flour or prepared wheat in maca breakfast and other In estimating flour consumption every Ul of Victory which is bread manufactured by bakers under the Regulations of the United States Pood large acreage is spread the planting over 2 or 3 weeks to allow more time for The best way to fight weeds is to kil them before Get the ground ready ahead of allow Round About News Clipped From Our Exchanges Irve Cade found a two headed pig among his crop the other The pig had two noses and and three as there was only one the third eye being in the It was one of a litter of the only one that was deformed and was He is thinking ofhaving it Paul Edwardson was taken ill Sunday night from eating Mary Ann cookies and ginger cookies which it was believed contained some hard particles thought to be Upon investigation several pieces of fine glass were found in the cookies which were purchased at a grocery The Edward sons live north of town on the Frank Johnson Burglars entered Jacobsons store Tuesday and got away with several pairs of some silk dress shirts and a lot of Jacobson stated that other articles were probably taken for it was hard to tell just what is The burglars entered the store by taking a light out of the basement door and then break ing the lock They did their work and got away without leaving any clue as to their ege Springs Frank Dutton was up from Leon last Saturday and and he old us about the capture of 1150 ints of booze that was going hrough the county on the way from it Joseph to Des Three ars had gone bad and the sheriff examined them and found the In two of the cars were a man and the other con ained a lone The bonds of each were placed at which hey have failed to Pretty good haul for four residing seven miles north of made an idd find a few days when he discovered an opposum lying beside he fence in his Homan recognized the sort of meat so high y prized by our colored population and proceeded to capture the ani Possum showed fight at irst but was soon He iad lost a portion of his tail and ipparently had been hurt in a scrimmage with other It snt often a possum is found in this section of country any Corning Mayor DeWitt has been scratching his head ever since he ins been in the office and trying to think of some good man in Elliott who wants a The city has the job of street com pumping of all combined into one and not a man to fill the Corwin who was resigned the position and has taken up another thus leaving the important office of city cop Now if there be a man in all the city of Elliott who wants a let him make the fact known to Mayor DeWitt and he will see to it that he gets what he is looking for in short Ed the young and pros perous farmer of the Clearmont has some good stock on his among the number being what he calls an April Fool Calf this calf arriving on the first day be sold for now it is the duty of this and is normal in of every corn gmwer to find his every way with the exception of own seed and test it The being minus a an important reserve stock is for emergencies feature especially in fly so only and for no other The Ed thinks it is yet to be decided who the joke ia the owner or the This is no bobbed tail the calf having no more sign of a tail than a rabbit and is certainly quite a Ed expects to blanket the calf when the flies come as well as applying an anti fly preparation and when it gets to be a fat yearling will let it go for baby beef unless some one buys it ss a side show attrac Seed Corn to be Centralized at Des Moines The County Agent is in receipt of a letter from the government to try and secure from the farmers of Taylor seed corn mostly of the 1916 The seed corn situation in some sections of Iowa is a critical The Government is asking the County Agents of southern Iowa to give their entire attention to the location of early maturing The government has a large ware house at Des Moines where this seed will be shipped after a careful germination test has been made of it by the County The corn will be purchased by the government if the composite germination test shows 80 per cent or better and there are 50 bushel or more in the The price paid by the government will be according to the quality of the A fair price in every case will be The purpose of the government purchasing and storing this corn is three supply those who find their seed corn poor too late to secure seed in any other supply those who fail to secure a stand and must furnish seed to localities where washing or loss of stand by other damage has The Government has given the County Agent the power to draft other men into the work of helping locate seed also he has asked the Taylor Couty Farm Bureau Di rectors and County Council of Nat ional Defense to cooperate with Of course the first thing that must be kept in mind is to see that the farmers of Taylor County have an adequate supply of seed if there is any the Government rather than seed houses should receive the seed is being bought at the fairest prices possible and bssoldat cost plus the expense of which will not be All sales are to be This emergency seed distribution is being financed by the gov ernment It is advancing the cap ital necessary and it is assuming all the risk that there is in having considerable stock of high priced seed corfr on hand after the plant ing season is over and emergencies are al cared But the govern ment feels that it is so important that Iowa produce a big corn crop that it is willing to take the risk and charge it to says secretary of the state seed stocks which co operating is with the govern and the college at Willows Here Willows came down from Camp Dodge Friday to spend a few days f He had just been released from the camp hospital where he underwent an operation for He is feeling fine and is anxious to get across and take a crack at the POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS For Representative I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of representative from Taylor subject to the de cision of thf republican voters at the June John You may announce my name as a candidate lor representative and trust the republican voters at the primary may think I measure up to the standard and am patriotic enough for legislative War Please announce that I am a candi date for the Republican nomination as Representative from Taylor subject to the decision of the voters at the June 1918 pri Van I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of representative from Taylor subject to the de cision of the republican voters at the June Its A Mistake to think training isnt a very important taking proper care of ones Many people have money left to them but lack the special training needed to properly care for it gets If YOU expect to have money left to you later on in life you will need training in order to be able to give your interests the vigilant care they will demahd if you are to hold your own or build for a larger This training is only acquired by actual No other method for gaining it is so so busi so safe as the Bank Account Start YOUR training NOW by coming in and opening an account with dollar will get you to it as you We pay 4 per cent Interest on Time Deposits The New Market Savings American Engineers Build Railways in France The official review of the first year of war issued by the Com mittee on Public Information con tinued the following description of the work of American engineers in American engineers have gone into French forest and done the work of the pioneers of our own They have frequently been under One of their first tasks was there construction and ex tesion of a railroad GOO miles long to carry our products from ports of disembarkation to general bases of The First Engineer arrived in France about three months after war was de Since then the number has been greatly These troops have been constantly engaged in general engineering in cluding the construction of rail and An American Army locomotive was built in this country in 21 days and shipped to the Expedition ary Many other locomo logging dissembled buildings and other have been shipped to augment to output and facilitate the construction operations of Am erican forces For Auditor I hereby announce my candidacy for the ollice of Auditor of Taylor county subjcet to the decision of the republican voters of Taylor county at the June R I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the nomination for county subject to action of republican party in June pri Tuck For Recorder 1 hereby announce my candidacy for the office of Recorder of Taylor subject to the decision of the republican voters at the June Jessie I hereby submit my candidacy for the office of county recorder to the republican voters at the June pri mary and agree to abide by their Richard I am a candidate for Recorder of Taylor County subject tn cision of the the Primary the de voters at Republican Dale I hereby announce my candidacy for the repbulican nomination for the office of recorder of Taylor subject to the vote in the primary of Lowell Sidney I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of County Recorder subject to the decision of the re publican voters at the June pri Bushel Seed in Reserve A reserve stock of bushels of tested seed corn is being bought by agents of the agricultural ex tension department of Iowa State It is to be held for emer gency use to make sure that every field of corn land in Iowa bears u corn crop this It is to be stored at three convenient points Dos Cedar Rapids and Mas on From there it will be distributed to meet these three em To help farmers who find out at planting time that their seed is To help farmers who plant poor seed and who fail to gct a stand and must To farmers whose fields have been damaged and who must Orders for send will be accepted only on approval of the county agent of the county in which the seed is to be It will be sold only to farmers who must have seed for planting and cannot secure it It will be kept out of the hands of speculators or persons who expect to It is not to For Clerk 1 hereby announce that 1 am a candidate for clerk of the courts of Taylor county subject to the will of the Republican voters at the June primary Floyd For Supervisor I hereby announce my candidacy for the republican nomination for the oliice of supervisor of Taylor county for the term beginning Jan uary subject to the vote in the primary of William Polk For Treasurer 1 hereby announce my candidacy for the office of treasurer of Taylor subject to the derision of the republican voters at the pri mary of June Loy For Countv Attorney I hereby announce my name as a candidate for the office of County subject to the decision of the republican voters at the if   

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