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   Oelwein Daily Register (Newspaper) - August 24, 1915, Oelwein, Iowa                             tin VOL 28 QELWEIN FAYETTE COUNi V A ITKKDAY AUGUST 24 1915 TEN CENTS PEB WEEK REGISTER WANT ADS tht will put you In touch iruli the want ad department Kive cents a line for the in tertioii and three cents line for consecutive insertions of tbe same advertisement No advertisement tor leas ban lu cents Cash must Invariably accompany tbe order Address all communications to THE BEUISTEK Oclweiu FOB SUUB FOR room bouse and 13 lots fruit trees 6th Ave E G M Aid FOR acre fruit and garden farm Address for particulars H Register FOR SALE OR room mod ern house Inquire of Frank Lucas or Phone 342 FOR Metis roadster a bargain if taken at once Enquire C W Sch neider Overland adv FOR Latest model L C Smith typewriter roll top office desk ex line Straduuri violin Must sell John W Saukey adv EDITORIAL COMMENTS The temperance lecture by Wm A Urubaker in the Christian church on Monday evening was practical and convincing It was along the line of uptodate speakers in tlaat line and was an argument along the line that boozing does not pay rather than abuse of those engaged in the traffic It has come to be realized that the man who drinks to excess is worse than is an that if he doesnt know enough to cut it out liquors should be made difficult to obtain rather than inviting in thirst parlors It has been suggested that those who wish to live to be 80 or ninety years old should be among those Far from the maddirg crowds ig noble strife Their sober wishes never learned to stray Along the cool sequestered vale of life They kept the noisless tenor of then way Tliis would indicate that noisy knockers need not expect to live on borrowed time beyond the three score and ten period FOR RENT Furnished rooms mod ern house 128 2nd Ave adv FOR Small garage and repair shop Delia Blunt Phone adv FOR Furnished rooms Mod ern house close in 101 1st Ave N adv It is suggested thai in the future fashions for Americans are to origi nate in Washington D C It is pre Rinned that congressmen are 10 set lu pace and judging by a look in on congress white suits are to take the place of the oM fashioned Vrince Albert suits in the summer season Whether the ladies of official Wash ington are to set the pace remains to be seen WANTED or 5 room house En quire at this for kitchen work wages Mealey girl Flinn Howard Millinery 23 K adv in private family to do general housework Phone 481 adv B W R1TCL1FFE Attorney at Law Oelwete and settlement of E E KRIDER Ear Nose and Throat and Glasses Office Over Iowa Savings Bank IMuiuS13 OEUYEIS IA Between the recent storm and the floods in southern Texas and the tYar of invasion by the Mexican banditti the lower part of the Lone Star State is in rather an unpleasant condition In the event of war with a European nation or an entente the coast and border states would be the first to suf fer But still it isnt so far up through Minnesota to the international line ELECTION PRIMARY COSTS IOWA COUNTIES Average County From to on Them Statistics Uatheml Des Aloines Aug J Small state law librarian has compiled sta tistics showing the cost of the election and primaries in the counties of the state for the years 1910 1912 and 1914 Not all of the counties reported but complete statistics of all of the coun ties except Warren are shown in the report The information is being pub lished in the official red book gotten out by the secretary of states office The average county spends fron to on the primary and the election The counties which include cities of considerable population of course spend the most Polk county in 1914 spent over on its election ana primary being tlie largest amount spent by any county in the state Of this amount was spent on the primary and on the election Scott county spent the next largest sum the election costing ind the primary making a total of Pottawattamie coun ty spent of which was for the election and for the rimary Woodbury county spent titiiira ranking just a trifle below Scott on the amount pxppnrlod in 1914 Uubuque county spent Black hawk and Marshall G W TlEGRAPHERS PLANNING STRIKE SAYSGERMANYT MONEY ALL GONE Disaster to Nation Seen by Chancellor von Bethmann Hollweg Is Report CANNOT DEFEAT RUSSIANS Germany Ready for Peace Petrcgrad Aug a confer ence with the publishers of the loatl ing Petrograd papers who visited him to urge the facilitating of the trans port of supplies of paper M Sazonoff the Russian foreign minister declared categorically In reply to a question Germany twice already has at tempted to open pourparlers for a separate with France and once with Russia M B Uneasy lies the head of Georgias governors The predecessor of the present executive required the state militia to preserve his hide intact fol lowing his changing the death sen tence of Frank to life imprisonment and the present governor is receiving threatening letters to deter him from prosecuting the parties who took Frank from Milledgeville and lynched him Tis the irony of fate Bryans son inbw has received honorable men lion for bravery in fighting in the Dardanelles campaign Col Bryan if doubtless proud of his record while il indicates that there is a difference of opinion in the family relative to hor rid war E W BURKE D T M Veterinary Surgeon Office at Boom Livery Sight Call 247 The Hon Thomas K Watson form er candidate for the vice presidency on the populist ticket and now edi tor of The Jefforsoniau published down in Georgia commends in his paper the mob that lynched Frank Horn is a sure enough southern fire eater It is noted that while England de cotton to be contraband it has no t included powder and shrapnel in list of contraband goods That is 1 t to the dual alliance DR L f HARBISON Osteopathlc ter So Fred St Oelwdn la AT THE HOME FAJfTITOMFl ii place to get your and pressed Four auiU a month and your shoes shifted tor CAXHOT BE CURED by local applications as they cannoi eached the diseased portion ot the ear There is only one way to cure deaf ness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused oy an iutlauied condition of the mucous lin ing of the Eustachian Tube When this tube is inflamed you have a rum bling sound or Imperfect hearing anc it is entirely closed deafness is the result and if the inflammation can not be taken out and this tube restor ed to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh which is nothng but an inflamed condition of miHiioiis surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circu lars free P J CHENY CO Toledo 0 Sold by all druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for Constipa tion S p ember will soon be in our midst ami the final R indicates that oy stev will be served on and after the fir tor a period of eight months Tiu Greater Des Moines committee is reasonably active in advertising the State Pair Renrisentatives Organization in Oubmiue in Their Interest One Hundred to There Dubuque Aug members of the Order of Railway Telegraphers employed by the Chicago Great West ern Railroad company on its entire system are making every preparation for a strike that may come at any mo ment or may not come at all accord ing to E E Deleplaine of St Louis who is in the city making arrange ments to house and board something like oen hundred telegraphers who will be brought to Dubuque during the expected strike Mr Delaplaine rep resents the telegraphers In recent years all railroads of the country have installed telephones in many of their done away the telegraph instrument Some of these telephone operatoragents are also telegraphers tuhgh many of them arc not However all or nearly all of them belong to the Order of Rail way Telesraphers and are regarded as telegraphers by the telegraphers Some time ago the order asked for an increase in wages This the com pany finally granted for telegraphers nit according to Mr Delaplaine re used for the telephone operators As t is a matter of self preservation the elegraphers have stood by the tele phone operators and have demanded hey too be given the increase so that there will be no money incentive on the part of the company to put in telephone operators instead of teleg raphers New War Loan to Exhaust Finances of Kaisers Realm Is Warning Moltke Reveals Danger of Empire Amsterdam Aug the secret conference of cabinet ministers po litiqal leaders and influential writers called by theGerman imperial chan cellor before the reassembling of the reichstag last Thursday to discuss the political situation the Telegraaf says Karl Helfferich secretary of the treas ury explained that the new German war loan would completely exhaust 1 the empires financial resources and that the increase in exchequer bonds would cause bankruptcy Therefore Doctor Helfferich urged it was needful to prepare for an hon orable peace Hollweg in Peace Plea Chancellor von HethmannHolhveg according to the same reported dp dared that the difficulties of the em pire were increasing and advised his hearers to use their influence to soften down bellicose inclinations and ex pansion policy in the reichstag and the country and carefully to prepare peace proposals which would be ar ceptable to the four members of the entente Dr Burnhard Dernburgs report of the failure of his mission in the Unit ed States and other neutral countries the Telegraaf says made a strong em pressionon the conference Cannot Defeat Russia Lieut Gen von Moltke former chief of the general staff declared that he fully agreed with the chancellor and added that only those not fully in formed on the situation could hope for the possibility of complete Russian defeat Despite these declarations the story concludes the meeting refused to adopt a resolution advocating moderation in the reichstag whereupon the chan cellor declared that if a majority in the reichstag should show an irrecon cilably Chauvinistic attitude he would be obliged to resign as he could not accept responsibility for Germany FAVORS OFFERS OF ALLIES Serbian Parliament Gets Full State ment of Proposals Which Are Advocated by the Premier Nish Aug sessions of the Serbian parliment concluded with a full statement of the proposals made by the allies to gain the sup port of Bulgaria The premier advo cated the acceptance of the proposals hut adjournment was taken to permit the various parliamentary groups to reach a decision Were Siill Having Special Low Price on all Odds and Ends in SUITS Just Came in Childrens and Boys Suits lor Fall Good time to pick out that School Suit tor that Boy Novogeorgievsk has been taken by the Germans wliich would seem to in dicate that the Teutons will tackle most anything PERMANENT INJUNC TION SINGER HOUSE Iy luilte Kiiir HIP Superior Court Tnesiiav YHeritimii Mulct fSee its Purity Pure transparent vege table oils make pure transparent KIRKS UAPRflSE Soap Soaps made from animal fats are not so good tor the skin their heavy lather does not easily rinse away See how quickly Jap Roselathersand rinses leaving the skin dean and soft Vour Dealer Sells ft CASHONEPR1CECLOTHIERS HOPE FOR SHIP IS GIVEN UP Thorough Search of Cuban Coast Fails To Reveal Any Trsce of Steamer Marcwijne New Orleans La Aug of finding the steamer Marowijne was abandoned when the United Fruit steamer Abangarez sent a wireless stating that a thorough search of the Cuban coast failed to reveal any trace of the vessel which has been seven days The steamers i Pttrismina rnd Cartago also wirelessed news of Ueir failure to locate the beat ITALIANS EVACUATE FELAGOSA I 1 Jslanrl Is Abandoned Following a j Bombardment by Austrian Ships and Aeroplanes Berlin Aug of Poiapcsa island in the Adriatic sea by the Italians vas officially announrprl The abandonment of the island fol lowed a bom hat merit by Austrian ships and aeroplanes which destroyed the Italians defenses The Aus trians have delivered several attacks against the Italian position upon Pelagosa in order to prevent the es tablishment of a naval base tin Berlin News Agency Says Constanti nople Has Granted Bulgaria Direct Communication With Sea Berlin Aug 24 The Overseas Mews Agency announced the receipt Of an official report from Sofia and Constantinople that Turkey and Bul garia have signed a new treaty grant ing Bulgaria its desired direct railroad ommunifation with the sea Bulgaria is observing a benevolent neutrality if not more added the Ftatpment demonstrating the definite failure of the ententes to revive the Halkan states al iance to join the war against Turkey VILLA RENEWS HOSTILITIES Attacks Carranra Forces at Monterey on a Large Sides Claim Advantage Aug 21 Gen Villa has renewed hostilities against Gen Carranza on a large scale according to advices received by the state de partment In the suburb of Monterey Villas troops have engaged a large number of constitutionalists and fighting is reported Both sides claim an advantage Villa has full control of the railway lines in that section To Aid Wrecked Vessels Washington Aug Coast Guard Cutter Miami was ordered to proceed at once from Key West Fla along the Gulf of Mexico coast to give aid to vessels wrecked In last weeks hurricane Arabic Unafraid London Aug number of surviving passengers of the Arabic un daunted by tbe destruction of the Ara bic booked passage for the United States on the Saxonia and St Paul THE MARKETS Grain Provisions Etc Chicago Auj 23 Oppn iiiK Hich Close Sept 102s lOOs 1004 The Grand Prize Winner SAN FRANCISCO EXPOSITION JAPS TO RUSH GUNS TO RUSS Premier Okuma Says Government Has Decided to Give Greater As sistance to Czar Tokyo Aug 24 The Kokumin Shimbuu says Premier Okuma stales that has decided to give greater assistance to Russia to prose cute the war lie could not discuss details but allowed it to be understood that this assistance would take the form of the forwarding of greater sup plies of munitions It be a t porurx injunction iss n Superior Court some irc o i v j he Singer properly i1 rick street The hearing was en ore Judge Kane Tuesday he state being represented by Cuiiy Atty Hughes Judse Bane decide tu nake the injunction permanent or ne year closing the house for iiiat iigth of time It was learned that the property lad been deeded by Mrs Singer to icr sons and they appeared ard p it up a bond for JUfO guaranteeing that he property shall not he used for im proper purposes otherwise to be for Feited so that it may be occupied under the bond A mulct tax of has been assessed against the house this being it is said the first red ligt tx as sessed in Iowa HOW rKKXMI PKOILK riKE STOMACH TKOlBLK Get Permit to Strike AUK M Fifty five tlioiUMid machinists in a scorr o cities thviHishout the Vniteil States 1nvr viihoriiufl to strike ifthev are nnt ptvin the eiRhthonr day h thfir rniployors Steamer Diomcd Torpedoed liillnn I Ill1 Ili Sir plifl liv rOj i Mil fin in ions hnrt i New VoiK uiul lii A household remedy of the French peasantry consisting of puif vege table oil and said to possess wonder ful merit in the treatment of stomach liver and intestinal trouble has been introduced in this country by OeoiR H Mayer who for twenty years has been one of the leading downtown drug gists of Chicago and who himself was cured by its use So quick and effective is its action that a single dose is us ually enough to pronounced re lief in the most stubborn cases and many people who have tried il declare they never heard of anything to produce such remarkable results in sc liort a lime It is known as Mnyrs Wonderful Kiiucih can now b had ni all leading ilrus stores It is iohl with uiidirstantlinn yi ur moiitv yill tie refunded vtit uit qnuhtion or iniiiiMif ONK lioitl touivr you ilisolue silt i flc toli It Pa vi to Trade With OKLWEIH ADVERTISERS 37g iltlV steady choice new tirn thy J165Pfi1750 No 1 new timothy l56ftjM600 No 2 nrw timothy iKht clover mixed heavy clo mixpO No S red top and Brassy mixed timothy 1350 iluvtr hay Jll heated and damaged lfi5091150 alfalfa No 1 al No 2 niOW51200 IHTTKBOTfSvrmry extras extrd firsts firsts seconds JO dairies eTtra C3c firsts ilfrJ2c seconds pnrkinK stock 19fflV la lles Price to retail trade Kxtra nhs prints lots pases Includ ed ITJhMp cases returned or Irsis firsts extra must he per cent fresh and packed in whitewood cases 2Jff4c chepkn 10W13i illrties IJSilV storage packed firsts 21 LIVE 14e per IV ihlrtifng fowls Iiff14c sprlnjts roosters lOc ducks 13o fffft JG10e Trices to retail trade in Kindle coop Ion ftlc hlRtier POIMTRY Fowls spring cliikens UmBtSc roosters lie dnckn turkeys peese SfllOp Virginia cobhlers pel hit hulk Jersey Mlnnisotft Ohio Live Stock hlcKfto AUK U IATTlK StPirs sooil ti choice in 40 yeirlinis Rood lo choice ivifriss to Ilmiii hiifeis Kood to choice i vi can ners liiiiih Lulls J rt IMII I rlldlfe rllhiS Jlil 1 K1 i v i IT Till TlmlS t air lo fM MM in1 vt v I i tT i i ii i n v M iiir to emO t1 ii The Tractor That Has Set the Whole World to Thinking Over 500 Farmers Attended the Man chester Iowa Demon stration Last Spring Earlville Drew Over 250 Farmers BIG FIELD DEMONSTRATION Oil Tractor Plowing Wednesday and Thursday Afternoons August25 and 26 ON R S ZABRISKIE FARM THREEFOURTH MILES SOUTH OF STANLEY The small farm tractor is here to stay We are liv jng in a Tractor age The farm slogan is Let the Tractor Do It Around the buildings it runs all the barn machinery thresher fodder cutter feed grinder It hoists the hay or anything you wish It pulls stumps stones because of its steady power You can even use this Tractor to stretch wire fence It is the greatest oneman efficiency tool now before the pro gressive farmer INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER MACHINES The Grand Prize Winners at SAN FRANCISCO EXPOSITION On the above dates this little Tractor will pull a P Power lift 3bottom 14inch Tractor Plow and may perform other feats in accordance with its power same to he announced later This will he one of the most important events of its kind ever held in this vicin ity and it will he worth the while of anyone interested in the Tractor proposition to attend 1 shall he glad indeed to ijive any additional information desired re uardinir hy phone or in person A spedafinvitation is heinu sent to every farmer in this community to attend Come everyhody Call me up at anv or evening Seventy of These Tractors were Sold Last Week to Farmers Around Hutchin son Kansas Over 100000 People At tended the Tractor Demon stration at Cham pion 111 one day last week A STANLEY   

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