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 - range rifles. Oscar Holcomb, east of the city....
range rifles. Oscar Holcomb, east of the city. efforts* made by Germany or to preserve the tratje, had, .been practically failure. imports from Germany to countries was only slightly over cent of the whole and less one-fourth of the imports from States. stories have been told yet being told of German success to Latin America. spreading of such stories is has been part of the German It creates an atmosphere which is supposed to have a effect "upon rivals. The French, Italian or American is apt to be reticent about is doing to foreign countries. German. He claims everything then some. illustrating that, some time came- from Buenos Aires effect that agricultural machinery from the United States imported into Argentina since the war great disatisfactton; that machinery used prior to the much better made and more to the country. This story, detail as to why the German machinery to general use in Argentina prior to the war was better, extensively iff the States with no comment whatever. The facts are that Germany hold on Argentine agrcultnral imports. She had been ousted this field more than twenty ago—-horse, foot and dragoons. machinery had done the because it was better made suitable to the country and The' trade was more intelligently handled by American exporters, and" as a consequence they tt." , ., triangular class pin. Return please to^Perryman at post- 6-6* THE STRENGTH AND ENDURANCE nervous, care-worn, haggard-looking men and women- in a remarkably short time. This is found effect of. the new medicinal Hood's Sarsaparffla one'taken before eating the other after. 1 two medicines, whose great baa been fully established are made from the best Big U. S. Troop Ship 8*nfc- Washington, July 6.—The American American army transport CoVington, homeward homeward bound after landing several thousand soldiers to France, was torpedoed torpedoed and sung to the war zone last Monday-night. Six members of the crew are missing, but all the other men, with the ship's officers, have been landed at a French port. No army personnel or passengers were aboard. The Covtogton formerly was the Hamburg-American liner Cincinnati, which' was laiS up at Boston and was taken ever when the United States entered the war. She was 608 feet long, of 16,339 gross tonnage, and had a speed'of fifteen and one-half knots an hour. The Covington is the second of the great German liners seized at the outbreak of the war to be sent down by Germany's sea wolves and is the third, American troopship to be destroyed. destroyed. All were Homeward bound. The former Hamburg-American liner liner President Lincoln was sunk May 31, and the Antilles, formerly a Morgan Morgan liner, .was Sent down last October October 17. The mem missing are: Ernest C. Anderson; fireman, ' Lynns Mass.! Joseph, P; Bwwden, seaman, Mountain Mountain Lakes, N. Jv;'Ambrose C. Ford, fireman, Somerville, Mass.; William Henry Lpnch, jr., fireman, Manchester, Manchester, N. H.; Albert S. Payne, seaman- Staten Island, N. Y.; Lloyd H. Silvernail, Silvernail, seaman, Bainbridge, N. Y. The Navy Department's announcement announcement last night of the torpedoing of the Covington said none of the officers officers and men landed was severely injured. injured. The Covtogton was struck at 9:17 o'clock Monday night, while proceeding proceeding with a fleet of other transports convoyed by destroyers. The sub- marine'was not sighted. The transport transport remained afloat until Tuesday, when efforts were made by another vessel and two tugs to tow-her to port, but she was too badly damaged eo keep afloat. My In Which Packed the New MATINEE for the, blood and nerves. laxative is Deeded take Hood's They are genfle. and thorough, 5jo i» y~i* t .'.'•''"-• •• - P"*ipr« itRtr'--^' t*iP*3 :AO Matinee NOTE — This Picture cities from 25c to $1.50. ture at the Empire prices. NOTICE—No-contest admission on Monday Ambassador Gerard's authorised is to be shown Sour stomach, clogged up- bowels, pimples, blackheads, foul breath are evils of constipation. Hot days and nights unset the stomach—you become become constipated, peevish, cross. Don't suffer HoDlster's Rocky Mountain Mountain Tea will purify your stomach clean your bowels restore your appetite. appetite. Clark's Pharmacy. Whistling the same becomes monotonous, shirt sleeve season should avaid monotony ties. AH the ChBHcothe Benl wffl close ^urinr the months ot July and August at noon^on Saturday- Saturday- We have 7 Just gotten to a : ly of Boggles. Bu tee ffe£.* " * - * * •• T '•=• • !**-' unrsun- Lumber »ltt. " . «< Have enough variety yon need to wear only now and then. Perhaps youU need new ties ot do this. have some of the at .-••'. - . l-^X: ,is** it Cu S^f. *^k !?. i ^*; <-** jf""® '•*ws, • V-* ;i-_ -*»*

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  1. The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune,
  2. 06 Jul 1918, Sat,
  3. Page 12

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