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ELS OF VALLEY'S
LIFE STORY OF NEXT FIRST LADY OF THE LAND
, "I nnlf wlint tin1 Mnil Tribune xnid
j'oMordny concerning- the shortiiKe f
.tuple crops produced in this vnlley
t this j-enr, assuming tm it did, (lint tin1
Ttrontli in roHpoiiKibltt fur the Iohh,"
observed .1. (. Whitloek, who in n. vis
itor here from HIiiHtu vnlley, Cnlil'or
niu. "It h true that tin- drouth litid
(i uri'ut deul to do witli tlio shorUtKc
in yield in all of the Ktapltm named,
but it In not tlio only enuse for your
complaint. I.ct me tell you, nir, there
. never hns been a sufficient nomine
of these RniwtliH planted in thin
County not iu recent yrftrH, at all
evcnln. You can rniw! prize eorn
here and the loenl demand for it is
inereasitiK all the time but the fann
ers necleel it, just ft they neglect the
alfalfa aereae, the. potatoes mid Vil
lous arid the proper hog feed.
"During my itinerary of the valley
thm month I lined to live here, mind
you- I nnke many farmer whv they
neglected thene very creps: and the
Msi.nl answer vvih:
"UVih Shy nf Water"
"'Why don't you get the water?' I
lme ahked them. The mountains
about vou .ire full of it. It will cost
a little money to eorrnl It and get it
to vour tieldn, to be miia; but there
is birr money in doing that. It will
Jia bigger diviuendrt on (ho invest
ment than anything you ever did iih a
permanent advancement. Don't charge
everything to the drouth, Much of it
is due to lack ol busiiKMi forcKight,
bu.iiiesH ennnigt and biudneSH opera
tioi on tho farm. (I.I the water and
riii vour growling. Don't trust e.v
ct.vlhing to Pnuideni c. The Lord
helps those who help theinscIvcH.
Don't yon see?
"Some of my fanner neighbors Haiti
to uiej 'We're going to have, the water
thit time John. We've got to have it.
Wo know that now, We truMed to tlio
I.ortl twice (no often and got stuck
both times while no sat around and
wondcioil what to do iic.nI. We've
found out and arc going to do it.'
(Jot to Have Voter
'That spirit pleased me immense
ly. I like Itoguo uver valley. lt' the
finest region on earth, all things eon
Mdcrcd. Hut you've got to have irrij
gallon; ami you ve got lo plant nunc
ol the tilings you need at home. Then
you must cultivate them right; get
down iutti tho virgin noil. You've been
skinning it and, therefore, skinning
yourselves long enough. You haven't
plowed deep enough; you haven't cut
tiwited enough some of you t nnd
then Mm haven't put bunk into the soil
Ilia wealth of organic life you'u
taken out of it by your one uuuy-ono-
"The people of many vnlleyu I know
bate dime all of these things, villi
le-s prospect of pjosperity but
they've prospered, just tlio sninc. So
will the people of this blessed valley,
when Kiev get down to business in the
right Ihimiicsh way; and let me tell
you that it' about time they are do
ing it. They bavti every inviting
prospect to do it; all of their natural
resources, now going lo waste, uige
it Nature has been nmtv than gen
erous to tho people of thin bountiful
alley. Now, it's lime for Ibeni to
be generous in their lieattiient of the
things that nattiiu linn given them so
.Mr. Whitloel' is a scicntifir farmer
nnd we'll be glad to welcome bun
mining (he fannets of Itoguo lHer
nlley in the near tuluiv.
DRY CREEK WOMAN
A letter Just received by fieo. W.
Iteagan, 318 South Newtown street,
this city, from a Mr. JeHtcr, of Jealer,
Oklnhomn, to which plaeo Mr. nnd
Her Girlhood in the Little Virginia
Town of Wylhevllle, Where She
Was Born--"Briino Up" by Old Ne
fjro Nurse Her First Triumph at
Onlt, --he waa 'J.'!
....... .. .. . i -
urn. j. ai. AicnaniciH, formerly or;H)(, Thursdnv-was bom in. tho
till valley, moveil some montliH nRO, Lt,.,,,,.. m H,,;,ti,nr t..u- r U'fli.
ville.'Va., Oet. 11, IH7U. I lor father,
conveys tho Impression that the mid
den ilenth of .Mrs, McDnnlelH In her
home Home.dayH iiko wan a tragedy
In which the hiiHhund may be charged
with murder. So definite details arc
given. It appears that, at the time
tho letter was written, nothing tlefl
nlto had been done toward unraveling
J. M. McDnnlcl will bo remembered
aii having owned mi orchard on Dry
eieelt, In the Antelope dlHlrlct. He
traded It for property at Jester,
Oklahoma, whero tho alleged tragedy
In until to have occurred.
Termor nelKhbora of the McDanloln
family remember them well and tire
anxloiiHly a waiting fuither Informa
tion couceriilUK tliu apparently niyn-
terloiiH death of Mrs. McDujilcln.
TO OUST PREMIER
AMSTERDAM, via London, Oct, Ufi,
-Callit for tho overthrow of Piomler
Prattano of Itumaula were ahouted
during a meeting yesterday In Nucha
re&t preiilded over by former Mlnlft
teru Taltejonencu and Klllptuico, at
which n reKolutlon wan adonted fav-
orlnR Itumanln'H intervention In tho
war, according to n telegram from
nucharcHt received here.
The resolution tlcmandliiK mobili
zation nnd "Immediate action to pre
vent a junction of the Germans, Hun
garlaiiH and UulgarlaiiH which Is
threatening the existence of Human
Iu," tho dispatch adds.
A procession wan formed, II Is utat
ed, hut tho police barred the road.
the late Judge William II. Moiling, was
a lawyer of distinction ami a iiiembei
of a family distinguished iu the mi
eial and political history of the old
Dominion, 1'ioin the en i lies t colonial
The Hollings, in fact, trace their
anecslry back to John Holfc, who
man ied Pocahontas. So IMith Doll
ing, the present Mrs. Noniuin Onll,
is really a descendant of the fammm
Indian maiden who figiucd so (immi
nently in the early history of Amer
ica. IMith Hulling waa the youngest of
the four daughters. Her mother be
fore her marriage was Miss Sallfe
While, and tin- Whites wcto an old
Hedford county family. Little IMith
Dolling also had five brothers.
She tlid not ;itleud public pchnol,
but was educated by a governess and
her maternal grandmother, ,Mrw, Log
wood, who p reputed her Inter for college.
She was also "brung up" by "Aunt
Heeky"' AndeiHou, a negio mummy
who served the Dolling family for
When she grew old enough she was
mnt away to Martha Washington col
lege at Abingdon and afterwards to
tho then well-known finishing school
Powell's School for Young Lubes, in
Dy this time the "Dolling girls"
weie known in Wytheville and the
surrounding country for their beauty,
tact nnd social ehann and this in a
eetion tif country famous lor gener
ations lor its beautiful women.
t Jhi' tirst real event or perhnps
trijimph in her-life came while she
was at' school 'At Iticlnnonil. She en
lered a contest lor reading anil he-
I'oie the e.vcH ol the entire school wtu.
awarded first prixe. The selection
she icad was Mrs, Drowning'H "I'ata
nun lo CnnicoiiN."
(Chapter II of the "Life Story of
Hit Next First Lulj of Die l.nnd" will
app"ar in the Daily Mad Tribune to-
STOMACH ACTS FINE!
When she was I.". A kIiIIkxmI pic
Jure of Dttltli IIoIIIiik, now Mrs. A'or.
man (.'alt and tho iix',sldents lnhlcto.
Ik-. Ilelow Ls a plrttirtMir Munt Mccky'
Anderson, the old iickto nminiiiy who
helHsl "hring up" tho next first lady
of the laud.
The program for the dedicatory ex
ercisos at the formal occupation of
(the new nnaory of the Seventh com
pany tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock,
!to which the public is invited, is us
I IL'tWi p. m. Arrival of Governor
James Withyeombe, military staff and
1 p. m. Parade to armory, escort
ed by Medford band, Seventh eoin
paify ami Idtfh school students.
1:10 p. m. Dedication ceremonies
nt annory; mastery til" eetcmonie.s,
Captain A. J. Vance.
Invocation, Hcv. Weston P. Shields.
Solo, "Ah, Dlythsome and Gay,"
wall, song from "Faust," by ('buries
Gounod, Miss Dcss Dryan.
Address of welcome, W, II. Ooro.
Address, Governor James Withy-
Solo, "Tosti's Good-Dye," Herbert
Alford; Carter Drandon, accompan
ist. Address. Hon. D. F. Mulkoy.
Denedictiou, llev. Harry K. Tucker.
"PaK.'.s l)InM'p.sln" l'les Sick, Sour,
I'jiset Stomachs In FlVo
.Mariicd John Rolf
ThomiiH Itolfe Married Jane Pnyth
less, and had '
John Hulling MarriojlMari? ICcnnon
and had ;
John Hollin; II Mini ied Klizuboth,
"Toin ItlchardHon, ,Mannger-8ccre-tary
tJnuth and Html TexaH Develop
ment l.engue, Houston, Texas,'' Is Col
Tom's new address, business nnd
olherwlHO. Ho hi now happily In a
territory broad ami long cnous'li to
serve as a single sheet on which to
spread ouo of bin boost speeches
provided no questions are asked dur
liiK the "dlseuHslon." It Is a big
cou u try to boost unit It bus it hlg
booster on the Job. Tlio many friends
ami admirers of Tom Dlchaidsou,
here ami elsewhere, will ho glad lo
know that ho hint finally found a ter
ritory sufficiently Ioiik and broad and
auiimiauiiy repieto witn varied re
iiources to keep tho redoubtable col
onel delightfully busy as long us he
cares to boost which will bo until
ho iccelves the hlfih sign ftoiu Ga
LONGS FOR PEACE!
Gny and had
Hoh.'it Dolling (Mi-k.
father), who hud
WASHINGTON, Oct. 20. Samuel
(lompers, president of tho American
Federation of Labor, talked with
President Wilson today In advocacy
of lcKlslatlon to bo proposed In con-
f'rlCU liilVt H'llllnH Iti f-lmiil.. n il.n
. III in loleomb I lolbng (Mr-. Gall's Int)0r movomi.nt, (j0I.,t.I8 ,..., tho
You don't want a Blow remedy
when your stomach. Is bud or an unr
certain one or a harmful one your
stomach Is too valuable; you mustn't
Injuro It with drastic drugs.
Pope's Dlapopsln Is noted for Its
speed In giving relief; Its harmless
ness; Its certain, unfailing action In
regulating sick, sour, gassy stomachs.
Its millions of cures In Indigestion,
dyspepsia, gastritis nnd other stom
ach trouble has made It famous tho
Keep this perfect stomach doctor In
your home keep It handy got a
largo flfty-ccnt case from any drug
store and then if nnyotio should eat
something which doesn't ngreo with
them, If what they cat lays llko lead,
ferments nnd sours nnd forms gns;
causes headache, dizziness and nau
sea; eructations of acid and undigest
ed food remember as soon as Papo's
Dlapepsln comes In contact with tho
stomach nil such distress vanishes.
Its promptness, certainty and cano in
overcoming the worst stomach disor
ders Is n revelation to those who try
POCAHONTAS TO MRS. GALT
father) who had
l-Mitli Dolling (Gait) Who become-.
Mrs. Gnlt' sisters are: Mis Der
t'm Dolling, Mrs. Aliwnudcr Gait
(wife of a eouin of Mrs. Gait's for
mer hu-liand) ami Mrs. Matthew If.
Mr-. Gall's In others- are: Diehard
W. Dolling, Julian D. Dolling, Itolfe
K. Helling apd Dr. William F..' Dolling.
Her mother, Mrs. William 11. Doll
iug, now lives iu Washington.
Importance or Industrial education,
vocational training, nnd general leg
islation for conservation of llfo
and human energy.
the Illinois rier and theicbv makiii',
n direct wnter loulo between the
Great Lakes and the Gulf of Mevico,
weie tentatively approved today b,
Sec re lur GnrriMin of Ihc war depart
ueiit. Goeinoi- Dunne ami members
of the Illinois waterway commis-.iou
presented (he pians.
We offer One lltimlml Dollar ItomrJ for mi
r or Catarrh lint tamiut In- lurnl tir llall'i
1. CII:NI:V L CO., TuleJo,
Wr. tbp umlrrttcacil, bat knonn I', J.
Ctiriirr for tlw lui Ift jrar. ami Wllcr Mm
lirrtrcllj honorable In all l.u.ln.. tran.artlona
on,l nnanrliillr able to catrr out any vbllKalluui
tuadi. l bla linn.
N.vr. iiaxk or ooMMintri:.
TTair Catarrh Cur la tnkm Intrrnallr. artlnir
rllriiUr iiiii Dip bloul ninl iuiii "in urfii nf
tl ijalrm. Ti-atliuiHilala fnt ttrf. Crlie T."
Crnla irr botll.-. SoM ,jr a rtitrsltai.
Tako Hall's lamlljr l'lll. for cmi.IIiIK.h.
The Corona Typewriter
(Weight fl lbs.)
Will do more work for the avcrago
user than another machine because It
Is portable and always nt hand. It
has two color, ribbon, back spacer,
stencil cutter, does very excellent
carbon work, will do everything a big
machine will, except tabulate.
Wo will tako your old machine In
MEDFORD BOOK STORE
PATENT FOR HANGER
CHANCE FOR CYPRUS
LONDON, Oct. 'JU.-Gicut Diitinn's
oiler of tho island n ( ypiu to
Onerti hub lapsed beeue Ihe condi
tion under which the oiler whk wade
lias not been tulfdled. .Sir Kdwaid
Grey, the secictun of btute tor for-
civn alluii-s, iul'oimed the luiuo of
coiiniioiis thih ntteniooii.
Dr. W II. Nmling has been u'lowed
a patent on a doico that iiomists to
become tpiilo popular. It u a com
bination garment hanger ami eieaser
Tho patent office at once rcconuixod
the inoritH ami ptaetieul utility of the
iineution by promptly gnmtiug the al-
lownmm of a patent.
It folds, is light, eomiMtcl and eas
ily mid quickly ndjiihted to a pair of
trnusoVs, winch it will offeetuallv
ieae in n lailor-lil;e niMiinor while
i'ii sleep. It should be iu the suit
cne of mow trrtveling man niitl tour
i-l. to him it will piovo invaluabli.
when once ue.l, and no uardii.be wil'
be complete without it.
AUSTRIA FIRST TO
tria-Iliiiiv.'.i'N ttas the
Uet. Jti An
DY FORD OWNERS
VVALKHltVII.U:. Out. Oct. SG. -I)birlbiitlou
of u nix hundred per tent
.-iltopk dividend to sliarcliolderH of tho
fKrt .Motor company of Chadu.
t Sulvitluiit at tho prennnt prhtt of Ihc
' itftick'to I18.0UO.UO0 wan iwoiuiuond-
ed by tho company's utoeUioldoni at
ihaW annual nieutlng today. Mftllur lo .,.,;,, tho Kveiuiii.i.i '
This uctlon follows pasmont of a v.-wiMhuih .iroMti. N'.Mil.. ..lo.n
fi)' per cent eflh dividend which urilu- r.-. .i.n...n w.., ivceived I.hIc
3fas luatlo by tho eonipuny to Its , m ., ,,.. rnun lh Aomii..-.
tockholdeia within tho lust two
The stock dividend Is icooiiiwoimI
rd as pail of the Plan nnpravod kr
tho Ntooliholdura for Increasing tho
tompaaj '8 capital Ktocl; from l,0ee,
000 to iio.ooo.ouo.
IIOMF, Oct. Cf..Popo Dene.lict iu
ni) interview published in Hie Aweii
iie il'llulm, expressed his deep affile
lion by the liajiie events niMslnnn
r.uiope ami Ins sutlermg at bein
oblinctl to look powt'ilfM. upon such a
Hut iu His I'm I her's htsnt, which
cheri'-hetl alike all Ills chibluii, the
iope xnid he thought onl of the day
when the iiilcrs o warnng people-
tin 1 1 umlerslaml the necessity and
di.ly of ending the enruage which is
ocrthi'owiug all human ami divine
The hol.v father ttbi-laiued, hi mui.
fiom p.isnjnx judgments which have
no pniclical result, but would, on the
contrniy, eauite fiesh reeriminntiou
ami sow fienh discords. He dcploru!
Ihe violence ami the bnibaritic pnn
lieetl in u war whetein the comiuests.
of soieuce were pluced nt the sornee
In conclusion, the pope dcclnied
that hi, appeal for peace having been
unheard, he would continue his char
itable work her the bcuelit of the
Red Letter Day
1 10 Free S. 8c H. Green Stamps to All Vistors I
LLINOIS PLANS FOR
WASHINGTON, tKl y Plnis tr
the Mate 01 Illinois ir the building
ol an eiht-tioi w.itivv.i t.iiniel
i n it tl e ( hicni'i- ili uimjir i .in t uitii
cluilVi .1 .il ' .HI.-- Itt UlMI'O t'llv.
(iellilnl (nll'Hlua CutllUIUfxl ln
i noli i. 0. . - ;,..l.iy willi IN inihiuiv
.iili-ii .ii, i -i1 r . iiimwgiint ' t ul
nf i'iiiii huh t.i .. :'..- tiri i.f tin
eolUIIIV li H.il. il.U will ,n ,i i
berv I ui .iIm'I in i i i n i i ui , i ,
The Real Suffrage
Thought of Women
M,,IIk-Ui ii mw)a u, iIIUtt in ii,.iu'i
wmJ k. M'Ui i Dlur tlni.Ma ir !,.
tt irdu '' ri,inc Im (Miiia auj ill
Iim tit tl Di.lrai
Ait ttiiuil irmnlir, "Mullet t trlrml.' It.
kiM' miHHIUflHtnt. IIU'Hllnla t twiNf '
luultMrn Hill km ir)MtM IIn) wei at thr
Im'U.' NHtruiii- aifliiMM. urniw.i.. M
ulhrr UItiMa l U.IIU' nf '-.Vlotlwr'a
Ktlnid" at amy JluC !" StonU IS( It
tttrf tin. atwtui-ti HMairlM ami rwt .ii(l
nt ucrrot .afrli khJ iiMtifiMt f4l 4l mM
Wilt U, llia.lArM luUtr fu lot I 4,114.
HMr. AlUMla Ik, fur tUdr Lulniu aiuj
Bring Your Books
M. M. DEPARTMENT STORE
Robe Blanket Sale.
These Mlnnlcets comprise floral
well as Indian designs, special..
Men's Pant Sale
AVnul ( Vhmere Pants, hrown and
na lniNtnics, S'J.oti regular, sale.
Hm AsKui'tiiicitt just received and marked at
spi.-i.il lt. pri.-cv $-1.50 tn (.50
.")() Laendcr Top Onvx Hose 35c
20e Ladies' Fast Hlack Lisle 12-
120c Misses Fast Ulack, till .sizes 12
Coat and Dress Sale t
Inst received, some
and Whipcord Suits,
come and see them all
S1S.50 to $JJ5.00
Velvet and Crepe de Cliche Dresses have
iit-vtr lie it more i'ashioiiaMe, elnsive
ieiicv for the famous Block Mftr. Company,
at 15.00 t. $-15.00