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   Chillicothe Weekly Constitution (Newspaper) - October 17, 1918, Chillicothe, Missouri                             JERRY BROADDUS DIES TUESDAY StOOUMIlS OP INFUKNZAINKU MOXIA AT 0AM P JtODGK Body Will Bo Mronglit to This Cily For o Cnmp v on May Vary daughter of and Jo Broaddus of Walnut and Second received a message Irom the commanding officer at Camp informing her ot the death HIGHHONORTO THEFARMERS AT KAIOl COXOIIES8 SENT TO Will Ho Kliowu at tho International Turin Congress ho It la doubtful If over In the history of Livingston as high a coin plltnont was paid tho farmers of Liv ingston as was paid them by the State of Missouri last GERMANY READY TO GRANT THE PRESIDENTS LATEST DEMANDS NO ARMISTICE Exchange Telegraph Says Teutons Are Willing to Accept Wilsons Conditions If German Interests Are of her Jerry In base hospital at that place Tuesday His death was caused from and Hroaddus and woro at Camp tyronddus having Kone there last Thursday and Ilroaddiift and Joseph going Sunday Tho body will bo to Chilllcothe for Tho young man had been at the base hospital for n Jorry llrouddus left hero on Jliiyj 28 with a contingent for Camp and where he had since boon in j Heforo entering thn lie wanassociated with his j City Engineer Jo He WIXK hard working young man of good tiliaractcr and his friends were niimj bored liy those who know j liwiides his parents IH survived j by the following brothers Attorney James Hrouildufi of Kanfias now stationed at Ciimp transportation Mick of this who is 111 with double Wayne and a all ofip ibis Jerry Hroaddun was 23 years old It happens in this tho Inter national Soil Products Show aiid Farm Congress opens in Kausna City on next All tho United States and Canada will show products from tho Tho State of Missouri or those Ignoring All Discussions of Allies Driving With Supreme Effort on the Whole West Liberating Great Aeras of North ern France and Nearing Belgian In charge ot tho State Form on account of the dry season have nothing with which to make n con test exhibit against Illinois and the other pro ducing Hackolman ot tho MIs Kourl University Extension Depart ment visited tho Farm Congress last Ho was amazed the fine qual ity and numerous exhibits of farm He at once set In for llio management of Congress to make tho Missouri State exhibit for tho stale at Kansas Under the stipulation of tho Farn Congress It was planne to mnku a Livingston County cxhlbl at Kansas taking tho sample from the exhibits of the Farm Con grossand selling enouKh at auction to defray the 13nt be man Uwitli f Mary Miss Mury G yi liy The Uiiilcd to nn Exchange Telegraph lispatdi 1roin Amsterdam it is roportod from Berlin that Ger nnny accepts ail of President Wilsons conditions providing he of the krnmn people are Jiy The United report from Amsterdam that Gpr accepted all of President Wilsons conditions is bo iieved hero to he npproximnieiy is a persistent revival hat Hie Kaiser has of reports CANNOT THBAT W1XH PRESENT GEUMAN Suggests Gorman People Tnlco Rolns of Government in Their Own By United Wilson will let his decision regard r Ing the Gorman pence maneuver sink the sale of hondSfartoiii Into the minds of the AustroHungar Ian people before he sends his answer to their governments It was Indicated today that It would be some days boforo the president replied to tho Austrian By that It was pointed tho people of the country would have had time to rea lize and think over the tact that they are now lighting primarily to retain Iho ilohenzollern autocracy and It ia confidently believed here that they will not relish the Practically the same situation ap plies with respect tq gov ernment will take Its time In answer Ing both but tho Turkish situ ation differs from the rest In that the United States and Turkey are not at The Iniicd newspapers declare Presi State Department Information is that In AustroHungnry are constantly growing Politi cal conditions particularly are These curt and commt leave the Leeper Hotelat promptly oadTttlt1 their aid as directed The cars andTpertonBtolBOl are as follows Albert CobuTtt Qinr Barry Karl Seymour Wlgely TK Chris Miles Elliott Gunby Welch has been directed by t department to draft any thinks will make good a worW the Loan He has been structed that thequota totl There are certain In press i iiiuiu uiu vai Ltuii luuiLULiuna ill dent Wilsons note dashed tho hopes of peace were raised I aiul governmental reports that Prince liv hisiirst Home say Wilsons languageis excited win not hold the post of German result of conferences with the i ui m of on Xinh Loom t of a couiiHiTi agreed to step abolls the if tho exhibitors would con sent to aid the Htuto In malting up it Hackolman made a tal to Ibo exhibitors rniiuestlng the j turn their samples over and help tho j i A wns given i All a very j VM of thv This is i to I County i lii German clutches hi France and Belgum are today X bcine ried loose frompoints to which they have chins since ks of the battle line which reaches from the North Sea Such a lioth to Verdun are in iininent danger of hein blow would slialco the whole lernuui In Flanders on the north llnuk the Vreach and Bel srians have pnslied until they are direedy south of At the tinallied iorcus are reached miles in that will the tier ut Chancellor Phillip Socialist appears to be slated for the The election of a so cialist do that it was might conceivably mean a real politi cal reform In President Wil ty must over ness or any thing elsa and tH mantleer enough help maka It f No excuse except sickness inn terfere with Welch gets His fromf higheri both by The to 6 oclock night was i and nes t Satiffdtay Mt sons reply to Germany la Snown bo liHinently satisfactory to the Iho conditions ha cojby not only with the of the toIt win take I British but with Lord Kd the other to ftpit SI s na nlng in ttoreouaty is tWe put t5i3 counts i A wyt Of a in cin i r vjsie t f tv I t f U oii iJ h liiilt Viy liii youii and indicatitl i liy immonso crowd which sitlond od the funonil He Jiuil been In naval training at tho Great Lakes Desides IH and Frank ho IB survived by u llorron of Joseph and three Will of Fred of WbeeliiiB and Hod tho American M noil yju dloil hont who Is with forces In HoiiKitN Jshcrwood rujilgned tho secretaryship of the Chilllcothe Triint MuinUty iiHornooii at Camp I Kuiiiiton from jinoumonhi whlcli do viilopcd from un attack ot Spnnlnh In Young Slovens was ytarH old iiml WIIB a memher of n njcint draft contingent from this HitJ mother and brother Hurry were at bednldo wlien death Hlntcr 13d I th return inK liomn from Fiuifiton only yester after Hpin days with Kdlth and lirfithor IH rtu in I no thru wlro In rl 1rmii i is just ll m 10 i 0 III I nip a the1 tlio 1rtrscli of i J niileH north of Laou lii niilrtnfrtinvtho Belgian Mnit Qiirnut la 30 miles southeast of of 10 face of Bhowors of hand Ftirtlier to tho right In the tirlnadus tho moil ot ttio llrwt army Imvo mopped up Oraml crossing 1tapol is being outltunkTd whllo tho Oermans are unsnccossful tbo pastiage of the Argonne and aro iy to preventtho French from arosslng Iho Captured florman ordors state thai Grand Pro niiiHt bo hold at all wlth urltloh Army In Flanders Another Imtmlnn guard division wasj0ct forces driving Into Idonllllod in third imiltiiig n nolglum hnvo thrust tliolr wedgo nM the road from llrugos to Cour total slnrn of 20 of tbo American sovuilng nnotlier urtory of om effective At mecMlllg vivul by of the board of directors Jibnon ft U imi1 lfitorroH body will h viinmd to lledtord j funeral will be held ry or tit Dawn vaK to Kiiccixxl Isherwood ftiiJ will inovu hin family to IhJs city nl un oarjy Jwh who will dovoto Ula ontlru timo to hiB will still re tain tho Her Robert Cabbfll of iftli uud Broadway received a message an nouncing tho death ot her Kdward Philip Hoolmor at Holy Cross Lako Hooluier lived In Hoenoer was formerly Death of William dlftd j at hlu boiiie in tho Jncksnlpo neigh1 horhood Monday nlfjht lit 9 oclock of dcceaHBd hud llv IM In Hia totiiity pfiicllcally his en tire life and in well He In anrvlved ly two Bato nf tliiH city and OfoiTo L tlto Jaelrsnipo and two 8latrs Mary IColly of this city TJelcho o i munUatlon Id Uio Uboat Tho K lUu pnHcnt of the lire jrbornlly of tho the KtOreHof In thulr liel the Hamo hoiiud an t s bwiiomlng ovt fliiiii led will bo tumble to savo tray our troniJK Bearcbliig for luaihitu theHti inunltloiiH no tho enemy id us Kiin thorn np fanl aa Tholr Klutli of tho Almio Amorlcami arnj gavo out a nioro ntubborn dlgfcflng j rtiBpotiHo than at any llme In recent Tho AmerlcanH widened thelri brooch in tho Krlomhllde lino In an Althotigh Oorrnans aro forced ii In tiirca hand lighting with the t capture otru number of prlsonaw also j Tl IH 1 The With the Americans North of Veruvtll he of are bttt t9ring another breech in the Krlenxi hlldo line In the region of Geori Tho enemy is lighting with tho utmost A breast be tween the Alsne Mouse means tho collapse of German tho loft lank would bo shattered and the ef fects would probably be felt all along the lino which has been shoved back by recant assaultso the allies or liuzaiicy ia under shell tiro Big railroad centers havo been repeatedly bombed by our The way Is being cleared for a further advance and tho enemy communications are constantly being Tho steadily have It is not necesaary Bureau of War Risk Ii ing policy sion of the cqrtlflcaie Is n all clay tullliij tlidlr Kpond lavlslily of tholr shells to dity along tho Alro The dough boyii Thoro WJIH Wttor flghtlugbetwoon and Landros caul of Grand Pro where sir troops penofrated formidable wire tit tho face of torrlAc machine gun Owr tanka helped aro narrowing the avenue thru which tho Germans can Ititpld them from falling Into the hands by the Orltish and Preach in of flu they have had time to remove a conaldorabUs ho foro the Jong droadud Belgian slve waa Yet voat stores slill lino the coaat oUawlng clearly tJia Germans ns tho north rnuko it nocessary for tha to offer the ntlflest anee to tho Americana here to aold being cut off by Perahlnga M to enforce Qovcrnment has a aiSco and of thobeaeflc afcoucta of th vrhlcli tho man U monthlydeductions t the premium which ho Tho Bureau Intturance aieRsc at and day preparing certificates ttJ rite to the why the insurance cert been reeetradl eaa ly serves to Insurance the Issuance of the Romance on I was   

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