Group Title: Fernandina news (Fernandina, Fla. : 1891)
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Title: Fernandina news
Uniform Title: Fernandina news
Fernandina news (Fernandina, Fla. 1891)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: H.P. Trimble
Place of Publication: Fernandina Beach, Fla.
Fernandina Fla
Publication Date: November 8, 1918
Frequency: semiweekly[<1896>]
triweekly[ former <1891-1894>]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
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Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering is irregular.
General Note: Publisher: S.W. Manucy, <1894-1896>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 15 (Mar. 3, 1891).
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Volume ID: VID00019
Source Institution: University of Florida
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FERNANDINA


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HE President has expressed what is in every
American heart. As a nation we are united in
the winning of this war. As a nation we stand
behind our fighters eager and prepared to do for them
whatever will hasten victory and n ake the fighter's
task a little lighter.
As individuals there is little we can do. As a na-
tion we can work wonders through the seven organi-
zations authorized and recognized by the Government.
They come to you not as Catholics, nor as Jews
nor rotetant, not as the representatives of any
creedor enterprise, but as Americans to ask that you
join in this great unit undertaking for God, and
comntry and our fighters
The President has voiced his belief that this spirit
of unity will be crowned with abundant success."
He believes it because he knows this campaign is
"of vital mltary value and he knows that you will
leave othi undone to win this war.


UNITED WAR


It rests with you. Think of this campaign as your
sole responsibility. What you give will mean its suc-
cess. You cannot leave this undertaking to others. It
is YOUR c'anliign. In France, Americans are fight-
ing this war as if the result depended on the way each
individual fights. At home, this campaign rests with
you. What will you give-decide to night-and make
your share the biggest thing you ever did!

Why you ahomld give twice as much as you ever gave before I
The sMeda for a m 70 mw..w ay ift ev aked fr since the world b. Theb. Oerms
it etlsd tu m at $170 OOJO.
BDy- ftrn o.e.p a m garg Mdoeasea taher cot and effort a i additonal campige im I va
Unles Amus dmcmedo Ie twice an *w bam ., oar c oldi.s atnd milan my not enjoy dealing
3WR00.RomIlddi n..b 2500 Lambmupplyt S=00.000 books
MnoIwM4 ed As" 65sas Hoestes Hous
No L w ..... m 15.000 MB-brother ecwe
3M Athbb e famtm ed d seosf d ofbo n. Pm ewin
Wahsm ge &I6l% p=7 mdm *m ~ wr f bthr b the cbews mad codorts of tesm seven
Og' -- e y shopCCdp oe wal y In=ea le, the front and back ai. YATou provide him with &
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Kaiser Bill ha last his leueedte
o bas Sidney J. n Florida, "Its a
at nue that has no turn."

The goenorwO' "imflueae" it DIt-
ul mutmy fild to land hbis ee-a
law hl the ll estor of taxes once.

im Tuesday' eleetkia the Domo-
emal k1aL hre Seunors and eigst
0m0001 of the home. Presidem
WUM poleles relating to the war
was terefure termed down by the
maRy of whom were niamlaa
Owmpmbhms, o true AmeriA m
*s.d or womld Ia anyway stay the
head of their greatest Pakcoidt.
Theo loer -e of Ogreas will be
mCtrold by Republicamn

Colledo aM. of Duval comumy,
who 1eeat1 y rrelgaed to the oBfe of
OUNy tax colector, was Tuesday
deted g".w to the ofke by a ote
of do01ble to mmber of his two op
poeme. The Florida governor, who
appolated his son-ia-law to the
vh8a0ey made by Mr. Ra&t, peat
several days In the etropUint 1the
atermt of his 1 o-i.-law's eleetom,
but m little "*pulr by the governor
was shown i the etemu that D A
Mayeld, a plauder, polled two to
m vols agahint the soma I-taw.


Sebool will open Monday momnag
8M ateudardtiome.
Aay new pupils will meet the prim.
dpal in his rom at 8 a. m. for as.
digment to grade&.
High l b*ool t4dents will beez-
pcteld to recite the kewao misiugMd
Oe the ,lb day of dschol.
W. H. RUSSELL,
Principal.


ClEFNIES






llEshr, Fr uuis a
HemI~ I-r SuliRs


TYm yeung dskeersU ethe taeam
Army Tranin Corps eof the Uanvere-S
ty oe Iretre. recently applied far a
furmsed bouse and a ouAseeeper
who would not be a mervaSt, ht, as
m young oeimer expreed it, "the
Sort of woman to whom the bae emM
can out Helo, mother wbmh e
Ceme I tIh frot doer."
emecknes is tmhe imalady ftr
which War Camp C muty Sa reMe
upplles ilannumerale curm.
We've geot your umber." aa the
V. C. 8. to the bhe ik eboy eG
camp with lelseaa s pe" IN. eYo
Oe the three hb dred twn ntied
Over the country. Whie he' wk d-
eg what on earth hell do with him-
eltf when he gets there, mat kewig a
oed In town sad with a a111 1 PO
eCage of his "thrty pef" is l peck-
., aloag omea a etridly prti emld
fmte the leoal branch of hs ow lodge
announcing a receptes that g0ht e*
specially for soldier members By th
Wme maiu the MothodeAt hCbrI mame
aM announceemst at al Its mmeatlm
addressd to him, with This Meame
Yeu printed at the 0tom eow -dI
they kow be was a Ma di tI
Be had forgettm aboat e Oittlo
1*ooal Catd" he ot a the
aftutant's requmag -iShs i m y
to camp wim ft was owy m eaf te
dleft detalls i the r d at tl
and doctors ad geuemal lutem.
The W. C. C & had t elyb uam-
ber, but his ame ad addISS his
home town. the sm a the asheel
he'd gone to a a good Mt about the
things he was efaesi et ods ch
ft written eM a %tl bIdk e them
Card especially for It.


Wa YlmU
School hours Sa hoMur. The
maenufacturt esr mermt camset al
ford to wage time bin ad beems;
the future m*n beter or maet
CMnna.M sWA6 ..0 U La... s. ..


Irm. J. LH.orea, of thit city, i
Sn l of the MowlagM better from
her ad, which viu prove of iee4
to PermanMdiiam:
Demmett
Th m bee a a title break In my
e~ib d letters to you and It hi been
eapM -ble lately for me to eme a
towm where I eColdM md a able
However, I hope that before you
receive hibyom will haws beadfiew
e.
I rmulaiGV o ~Ny about te y day
wit h OD nh Diimo, &dl was or.
&dred torepirt to the mth for duty as
aseatst ehief of tal GL I had to


do ne real hadsmhito Neach theU
befbe the hbr America show Maed
gated4 theSL Meble ialeot, the re-
alt of whC you probably kow all
abost through the papers. I am very
p iased ideead wMk my a*mgmnmt,
although I have bees put back Ia nmy
ed mak as eaptai. The gemeraHlI a
real *,e"g mn, rd m ya probably
kaow e diviio wasd cited by Ge.O
Pe lg- for its e work Ita he
Muatea Terry ght, so you etaa
jege what a erackiag good ot it It
tosMd how pro Ifedel to be l its

id ad have hadMla pgiding it

Arriving practically m the eve of
the M Al-ht, I badly had time to
get adjusted, bet thiap mest have
perated dsatwestary, as he staff
waseemplme-ted by the army Oem-
mmnder for its work.
I have ut4 received a letter frum
father elated July 2Mth, so you no
me how jr behad am with my
mal. However, It beroht me the
very goud e that everybody w
we at himeaiad that ymo were aI
utimrly good health and saptrito


(I hope 0t he kiad the Jacknmvtlle
people eame to Fermaudia for). I
ta youm what. It makes a low fel a
whole lot happier hom he hamo
that a s welhat ho eo.
I wish I emM tell you all about the
very remarkable ght that we have
ust bee through,but agatpithe e-
qaioemefst th emr preve s
writingg a story of the war". Of
Sene, the remarkable part about it
Was the iteat swifts whM whie
the blow was dealt the Ha eas, ad the
great depth o which we carried the
lght ia la thas twety-fuar hbor.
Naturally, the Him elat that he
withdreww" s a mw peslmio. Tanm e
ise doubt that oedid withldraw, but
bhe bademadeuptlemiad to doeso
antl we M him as the morth and
whe. he rea scotieued to kek him is
the pea Th1e Aght Marted at 8
o'clock Is the ,o I ag (the 12th)and
at 8 a.. tLMe mext day we had pela-
trated his poielos about seventeen
kikloaer bhad made a jetion with
Amerieaa troops who Mad attacked
from the south, an edtWl vely ippbd
44F the St. Mebhle ealtet Proma our
present po4tkg we have obsrvatlou
on the fmeos **HladenMaerg lIe"
with our asked eyes ad everybody
Ie growling became we anmet or-
dersa to smah this wedl pmito mad
go trogh to Mets. As Pve told
you kbeur- lthe AmJerleua oldilers
6Qht like tlers-they have dash se
pi(it aed at s Indeed wosderfal t11

I bad a remarkable experlence a


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Ceole of de y a Se. I wes oa my
w up the linue a my er, whea two
boy stMadi alosngepe ote rmead at
traced my nttmesta. I dropped, sod
to say s rpriOe and 4rught they were
two mes who hetl been I my old
Company at Wheeler. I pt out of
the car sid h l quite a blagtalk
with them, tryiat to ge a Ite eo-
where the ret of the til b Is. Thly
I was almost as glad to re them as
though they had ies members of
my family. They were both Tapa"
boys. *
It feels mighty good to be dolig
ome real work after all the etady
ad tratalag I have had to abWsr.
I am trylg ashamr as I eap awd
srely hope to capture my additdoal
raak---* jor-whi ch this asmilmet
did not carry with it. However, it
1s worth a great deal to be with a di-
vmil which I coidered me of the
hardeMt aod best lthigta ogltts la
the Aumerieaa ary. *
GoodMight, dealt. I wish very
amhI couldeen yoIu tighl The
greates-t delight In whipptagthe HRa
is the realluaso that I eas t ~bak
home to yo Givemy love to all
thel famUy and kis each ouel them
for me. With a heartfl of love for
you aOd tho- d of kis, as- ever,
Devotedly,
HAMILTON.
A.C. of 8--L2
2th Diviedom
Ameriei F.


If your dldme am sibes to
erop, or If yes have reao to -r
their belag attacked by that dieae,
you mold pem re a bote of Chaim-
buriaft'* Cmuglh Remedy and stdy
the directions fr as, so th" t isae
of t tGtck you will know exactly
what eomam to prnme. This Is a
favorite sad it s Importat that yo
observe the directiems cawefUly.

Artlet Ps est
A blem d hremey U, S L a erA
every sh. Is t amdalse 1W Steles
hrom 2 M-e-a Becresrmw," a.

pilsespher Audeathe w ble p ,
A mak r thet eL The Jes edase
eosa of e oeat varis thl
called dews ad seaseme with mad
ambergris admsinkV alusmablewl

gamhm e-.m eldiLr., allhe-

Alssaeudrbeew. N at -a early
"ago fom emetsudve1st at
the delee mitues P FPSeP by


fICKlE SAYS



mmmOUND IS oFFice is
drkIa COWAROL4 WiMVVPS
VHO %=G 6 419 PAPER Off
A NhE68*41bhP Ab~wl346

RSR~SE1il Al rw a.II


Wh Yea ShM (iee Twice
Wht YeM DM Bebre
21 wmegummt hts axed the
S- Mede tar the care of the
mI Is the nie akoat iTuSiMO.
aD eoAMe iaive ti twice
mt& as IW bete MOr sodime,
aam md tm anidnu Ig y met
tshe hsa
o e ala g



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Augh medlene failed to give yeonu





merit to wi esteem wherever it bbe-
eues known.

Nes-eeord I to advaace.
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Newia-Reoid $ I In advance.


for It. The men can't do enough to
show their gratitude."


Cy'St... Killed by Poisoned Waters
A few months tagip a phenomenon.
known ior-iiiy a-; "!t irisiep.. sipjseart-I
in aPart of the j tri-fi-hinir gro~undsl
ne-ar M~arwarita I sland. rThis consistse
In a decnrnpoqltirn or Imiklsning of the
WAatesr, ,whichs hrinrs a~ ts ut thesde~ath
Of the OYsters and the e rs~f~l.'4.ti4de-
structhri, tif the bIds1-.
The 1ai 4oju, I,.-iltIw jeas fromt
this dkasn.tsr Is. eqtnia~ted at from 3.-
0000.100 to 4.49MN).INNJ t'.11vars ($579010)
to $4 d20JiO). and It was thought best
to prieffilsit fishingr in the infected dis-
trLt-CEoniuwx~ce Reports.


ILegal NoticesI
Notice of App.'ication icr Tax Deed
Under Section 575 of the Gezeral
Sta' utes of Florida
Ntis.I## crf.I.Y I",,q mat It. T. liadiukok
Jr. reur@eieit..r 4 1,FtT,% *Is-rttirste N't
*41. da;*1ti Ow m h 4,,% .4#f _pitcsitr. A. It
110-ufl Tmn % ITi. ertiticO' ~lp t rv. d(ntl do4-t
in M otoyclie#..-,n(I 11u1., 11.1:4s. al.*l.twtItion tir
tax ei ft~l ff. pj-p Inn.,o-"r-i..'tw,eV6ith 184.
Flrl!rid .t it: LE,tI% e, i t i e I Ig arid 2v. 0
sectionn 2.1-1',sw n'imij p t N or itIi. l' miue-04 E1 e.
The f14iaid i ti .-,i.1c a' tt I h.eldate Of
Mei #01.i,..et oe-fn,15 l e tc= tfl t~ S lip
iseU, t -re., the S ;-Ujel dulesof lt ht


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MEC0Y I!"iTiONS i

NEEDED I TRENCHES


LUmut. Connisby Daw n., FiM-i,
:, "u,::-, Wakes Stirring I
Apeal ior y. W. C. L

Lient. Coniii .' awuso, who wrote
"Carry On.".. ., the war work
which the Y. V i o. ong: "You
at home can."' fight with 7Your iv '
but you c.:!, :;itt with your mercy.
The Y. W. c A i offering you ust
this chance( 1' iaisons the wommn'
support trend*"., itcleh le behind tbe
meas'a. It n: you to supply then I
with munlti-..s f4 mercy that they
may be pi:t,,>, ,, to us. We ned,
such supplhs thailly. Solve generoiuly
that we may the sooner deftt the,
HuB."
What Lieut. P wane says of the T.
W. C. A be milzht have said of all the
national orgunizutlons which are ce0 -
In togelith.-r ',,r tiihe biggest fntacial
camlpain tLnt orgsnzatlons have ever
headed. All the $170,500,000 to be
raised by thi. se ,ven great natoal or-
ganluatihn, the week of November 11
wMl be iisef to garrison and supply
the iupPlrt trenches behind the llne.
They are tI T. M. C. A, the T. W.
C. A-. thsl .%itilonal (atholec War Coun-
4dl, Jewiish W.iirre Board, Americas
Library Ats.srltin. War Camps om-
munity Service and Salvation Army.
American girls in various uniforms
mingle strangely with piletureque
Brittany costun es into rance. The
American Y W. C. A. has a hboten
house In Brittany where the Signal
Corps women live and a hut where
the nurses spend their free time. Both
these centers are fitted with many of
the com orts and convenieou Sf
home.
"At a tea given at the nures hut
one Saturday afternoon," writ Miss
Mabel Wanuwr, of Sallna, Kanas, T.
W. C. A. worker there, "there was an
odd gathering- -one admiral, a bibop
a Presbyterian minister, a Roman
Catholic priest, a doctor, ana o1l,
ome dvilan and myselL"


SERVICE THAT WINS

THE SOLDIER HEART

Fred Lockley, Y. M. C. A Tet d
the Gratitude of the Boy
at the Front

*One of the discoveries a B NO
making over here," Fred Lockley, e
the Y. M. A. and of Portland, Ore
weo, writes from London, "Is that
more pleasure can be bad eat of gIv-
Ina than getting. Many a man wh
has spent money freely In the ald days
to buy pleasure Is finding that he gota
more pleasure over here by the upen
ang of one's self in the service of others.
"A few months ago I went emt with
a fellow Y. M. C. A. secretary to hint
up out-of-the-way detsachmnta of
troops. A stable guard hr, a ma-
chine gun company thera a plateon
somewhere else. We carried our
goods In an automobile. We had
plenty of writing paper ad enlope
for free distribution, and ebocolatie
cooklea, chewing tobacco a4 saoin
tobacco, cigarettes, raoer bnladas,
tooth paste and things of that kmind fo
sale. American war service worors
were busy everywhere. We found 8il-
vatlon Army lantdes making doagla uto
for the boys a8d K. of C. secretaries
glvtn help. loks furnished by the
American Library Assoeatloo were to
be seen on all oides.
"Hearing firing at a distance, we
drove down the road and found a
Score or so of men at machine gun
practice. The ofniler gave the men
half an hour recess to buy good.
"At another place we came In sight
of a lieutenant drilling a platoon. I
said to the lieuitsvant: 'How soon be-
fore you disminls the company? We
have Y. M. C. A. goods for sale.
"He said: 'Rtihtt now. Sergeant.
dismls the company I'
"And ten seconds later the company
was In line walltng to buy goods from
our traveling *y.' gratefull Is no name


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Value Fires

That'swhat you w.
when buying clothes
Let us show you ho"
we can supply y%',
with

Rose & Company
H Qaity Chlothe
made to your order
from selected mate-
rials, and better
tailored than you can
buy elsewhere for less
money; quality con-
sidered. We guaran-
tee not only perfect
fit, high Quality and
Satisfaction, but a big
money saving too.

We invite you to call.


NULma BMEES


mm.is


--40FwiniL FLa


i


Legal Notices (

Notiee of Applicatio for Tax Deed
Under Sectole 575 of the General
Statutes of Florida.
Not Ie ia herety given hatl (;arie Mn1Ier
purebaaer or Tax 'ewrtealeo No 76. da-,A
he 2nd day of October, A. D., .. bha fiali
mal eertifeate nto my office, and bha n.mi.
application for tax deed t. 1d o In accor.t-
anoW with law. Maid cetltfcal e bru-,
the following deserlbd property situated 11.
Nae u county, florida. to-wit: ;Lote and I4.
In Bflok 12. Oily of Pernandlna. The aid
land being aseased at the dale ofr isuanee ol
such certificate In the name of J. K. Clark.
ITnaleM aid certificate 'ball be redeemed ac-
cording to law. tax deed will issue thereon
on the lith day of November. A. 1D., 19Ws
Witness my official signature and mealM this
the th day of October, A.., IVII
(Meal) G. v. 14111Mt.EM1.
Olerk (Cirenit a court Nal tu county lorida.

Notice of Appication for Tax Deed
Under Becties 575 of the Gneral
Staftt of Florida.
In ('irult ourt. Fourth Juditcal Cirealt.
Namss u monty. ae" of rort da.
Notice m thereby iven that Joseph Mlva.
purchaser of T (eax 'Vr tes No,. iat and
9M4k, dated the tnd day of October, A. u. wlie
law filed maid certificates In my office.aact
has mane application or tax deed to issue
accordance with law. Haid certficallte en.
bracen the lollowlng described property. alt-
uated in Masmu lo1tn I. Z.X. 4.!, k.;. Kl.I Block m, Cityo a
Fernandina. also Lon I.2, a .1 4. 1, % a. Xin
lork ft. City of ernanidna. The maid lead
being auoted at Ilw dale of the i stunre or
maid certificateM In the name or W. A. Man-
sell. Unlea maid certificates shall be re-
deemed according to law. tax deel will ltsue
thereon on the 18th Witnew my official sig nature and Hseal lill
the 17th day of tolutwr. A. 1. 191L.
< enl> 4J.< 1.at' I ESS.,
Clerk Circuit Court, NMau County. Florid..

In Court of the County JuJle. Nassau
County, State of Florida.
In re Vtiatte of
Ada M. (round.
IOeeaned. 1
Notice tI hereby given, to all whom It may
concern, that on the b7th day fA May. A It.
111t. 1 mshll apply So the Honorable J. I
Stewart, Judge of Msaid cout.u Judge of Pro.
tate. Ior my final discharge a Admnlnb.
tralorof theetate of Ada N. (round. d-o.
ceased and thetata tiheame time I will pre-
ment to mald '(cur my final areount ans Ad-
minitrator of mald estate. and ask for their
approval.
Dated October Wtlh.. A. D. 1981&
1.t H. RIONI).
IWA Is 4 Zk-i9. Adminlstrator

Notice of Application for Tax Deet
Under Section 575 of the General
Statutes of Florida.
NoUtie n hereby given that U. W. A
non, purebhaer ol Tax Certiflcate No.;Sjdad.
the 2nd day of I t-lober. A. U.. I1M. ha ailed
maid certificate Ilun my ulle, ad i made
application for tax deed to bise in ar ord.
naee with law. Maid certificle enabrace
t lowlnU adadertiled rto ty situated in
Nau county, loiorda, to-wit:
Lot 3, in msetion 1i, Township 4 North,
ang2e *t KaL
The mid land being amsad at the date of
the Ismance of such certifiaate in the name
of Namau FarmI *oWopny. 5U lm"ai1ld cerI-
feaase shat be redeeumed a cording to law.
tax deed will itue thereon a the tod day of
Ieoember. A. I).. l918.
Witneu my official signature and seal this
the Ith day of October, A. D.. 103L
(Cerk Circuit courtt Naau county, erida
a Court of County Judge, NlaMa
County. State o Florida
In re Esate of
W. V Alle *
To allCredltork Legatl... Distrlbutee and
all Perso"n having Clauias r ls imands
against aid KVtate:
lou,. ad each of you. are hereby nofttled
and required to preWet any claMe anad de-
mands whibh )o,oreithebrr ofyo. may have
alst thbe estateof W. F. A len, em"
late of Nassu county, lJortia, to1. eUnder
signed Kzewutor of aid 8sg lWitbln two
yeamn frlon date hereoL
MM4e October ath. A. A .. D-.
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was created primarily to stabilize,

finance and strengthen the busi-

ness, industrial and faiming inter-

ests of the country.


Through our member

vast National Bank

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FIRST NATION/


FERNANDINA,


LICAL. LACNICS

Picked Up About Town ty
Busy Pencil Pushers

The Newa-Reomrd, St Is er
Fred MeOlteela, of Jaekomville,
vilted his pueat here Suday.


Snake Oil, Crbol, Tirpentme
Man, Omea Oil, etc., at 8her'..
SI. BBeuart m d Msa Th:-
t= aio m i .tewday a in Jack-
*mville. ___
Atterey Calkias, after spending a
few days an Brunswick, retermtd
hoe yesterday. .

Keeping physically It helps win
the war. Citrtae of Magnesia 86
per bottle at Suhrer's drug store.

". Iti **. Padtt, J i
vlte, spent few days here with vel-
.tivel this week.

iMceMss care chills and f.ever, tones
Sp the appetite ami aids digestion.
.We., at Shubhr-,' drug store.

Frank S rtnucy returned to Fer-
anndina Wtdne.day evening from
Newport News, Va., to be examine
Isa the present d lrt.


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Asasre al Djer Ki*s perfume,
toilet water and face powder mar
among the new gmid-. to be fond at
8ubrer's drug store.

Mr. and Mr-s. L U. Hirth aod
family left this mtring in their car
for Aag eta, where their so, Albert
Is located, to vi-it him.
spectace and p.. Ulss L nUmaes
duplicated? rp h- *h *"ot*re, frames ze
paired, etc., by Sehrer, Jeweler.

A large number of nen from Nas
a county have been in Feruma
dien this week to be examined. I
found physically fit they will soon b
AM to camps.


ship in this

ng System,

tor of this

nefited.


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Men cMakse tig profit (who live
where mimla tree grow) startlag
crmp andMl ualg same for the
I purpose fierAu amg iolaileaves,
ith their ean help, or with yoarng
euolored pale or wamer. dtate
ea=My y :ve la, and bow meeb
timber w aot, dad advise if
yoa cam it awe. Write for In-
riuetloa m '. O. Box 1208, Jack-


Jm M. Fudly, of Bry dile,
was is UMe gt. WedBday a ex-
biU a dr he belevev'wil mid the war. The
cartridge btm vomelemimand a moft-
nose mlet, tie iules Itelf Ia stri-
h, a moderamty eoft object is nmide
to ezplde by t penMisel ap at it
mWe, whihek tta wilt Indte aMd
euee the explode ofm the high ex-
pmives ni seaims Ime uMd two ear-
ried aIn their bIes, argud which Js
ImIled a ~Imobr of low-mImdl beh*k-

hot na nmI ber me w U heahurled for-
wurd aud that 1isau1ber two mack-
ward, beside the MeeM will
tear great tboles I i t bits.


City CouIne I a mreglar mieoa.
Wednemday mma: .
J. IL Lye a T. 1 0. O wr were
appolted the former
from Ward 2 the Ltter from
Ward 4, and sworm ul.
J. F. L Bhmas appointed tax
collector.
The water ftoe was setbor-
imed to lnve4t eco of exteidlog
water pruteita the lboalA A nda
ICu's. saw "ill.
A petition makingg that
electric cmemua usalaed one


day each week
Las not yet lb
.|will be either
day.
The fre noa
- to Invegat
- driven trLuk


The foIowi
ed War Wor


The oulthen Express Co. Is now Fermindin ..
aeing a truck to enable them ia hea-* Crandll.......
iag s@trimm o thmedeqt mo time to shp Chester........
them away. The days catch to semt Ylee..........
to destlnatkh every day. Evergreen ...
Ki gs Ferry.
Dr. J. B. Lynn, chairman United Ldslete..........
War Work campaign, Rev. 0 L. Boulogne.
Martial and Judge J. L. tewart Hilliard.......
pMnt yesterday at Callahan in the I-i Callaban... .
erest of the drive that will be start- Kent...........
ed all over the United States Moew Bryeeville....
day. Brandy Brat
Hoe. Fmink Clark informs s tha Total...........
hhe has several thound package Of
vegxta e and Iwer seed, cmIy Only W
ated, for ree dilAribntks that wIN A m m
be s$adnothis fall. Person der- eal ever
log a package hi uhi advse him a a# w
*s at Watangtou, D. C., so that

p -pairn P
ver yone me help. o "r boy *mal, valk
Ssavtag tio Ml and peMeb stom; pairs Bel
Psmr artet% prone, olive Nas;t date to 4',
e cb, emay pit; BnraL, waent CASH.....
di rY and better nat sheM. mft T p lPnP
leave m"t shells andw t at % -ai
&Mow Id.whof .w.I-I-&M x I6aRL AN=


granted. The day
decided a, sbut it
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Sas nthorised
Seot of a motor-
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the qnuta In Unit-


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TheW 6fullowig Is thIe precinct
which mtfing will be held in the
waters at of the Uaittd War Work
camp, igt3:
Yulee-Saturday, Nuvemuber 9tbh,
3 p. m.
Fer.uaudinnau-utday, November
10th, 3 p. in., Lycmum.
OCllthan-Monday, Nov. tih, 8p.
h..
Hi ilard-Mntnday, Nov. Ilth. 8 p

Ft rosilina-Thur-day, Novenv-uer
14th, 8 p. M., Lyceutu.
Parade ad open air ,eting,
F*v*oanuiina-S lartldy, N,.vanuwr|
I6ta, 8p.m M
There wdll al-i,, be sioit ',yI kerl
for tUe colored peotoluin Kern-indina
on Monday Novembr I Ith, 8 p. uo.
Prominent epeskers have een it -
oared for all these nueeting-a MIy
every oun in Niasau county eimiplr
it a privilege, as well as their pat f ti-
duty to bear at le.st <.ne ,**f til-e
speakers that they may know what
is expected of theiu in this greAt vit I
work of the war and to put N s-tu
county gloriouasy over the top.
J. R. LYNN,
Chairman Na.mu county


Thehone of Mrs. D A. Keily was
must artstically decorated on
Thbmrday, (a'tober 31st, in h,,nor of
Mrs. Samuel Merrow, a bride of the
month, who prior to her marriage
was Mis Ida Leib, of Palatks, Fla.,
and a most popular visitor to Feruan-
dim for many years.
Ruse de Montama and asp ages fern
gracemally carried out the color
scheme of pink and green, aeretalt-
ed here and there by exquisite bows
of pink tulle.
The guest' were frst received by
Mrs C. H. Binnieker and Miss
Tracy Heekel In the drawing room,
by Mrs Kelly, bostea, most becom-
ilgly gowned in white g agette
with hbeded trimm s, and Mm.
Marrow, ehbarmin and graious,
la her cream laee wedding robe over
eatil with eiffb trimmings, each
carrying piaparnaUeas.
Upon invlbitation t the dining room
each gte was served with pitk
Iees, scake and pink and green miata,
Me4atmes Lynn, Clark and Allan
serving.
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exteadid to tle bride form any sleh
happy boar.


The geberul election of Tuesday
last was the tamest one ever before
held In Naasau eounty, scarcely more
than own-lhird of the vote being
poled.
Both coInttutional amendments
relating to prohibition sad the school
tax was carried. aso that of compil-
swry cattle dipping.
Frank Clark and the State eandi-
dates were elected.
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,.rte for .Florda, United
k eimipagn, who, with
, tpresent li the Y W
cr Flra, Will padres a

ovely. 14 h, at 8 u'cluk.


as

Dr.r 9B MeNair, fuor
Set'l of the An
Mnuld Itlib Asociatlk
will address a a
i:at. IAceuMo S um
aIneap lT mber 10th, pt
I the t of United W
We bhae a reprea
t k of r au I
this a4peraps
r Cimp John
a a '| Mrs. M lm Mer
i orchuesra will
us8Lac. The. e
baa trtlt in eve
a gf"eatple.i
McNair to a P
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bhe has beoen


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my Yomug
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day aft, r
3 o'clock.
Nar Work.
mtathve of
to speat
a quetsit
to., wth
row. fThe
reader ap-
tire pro-
ry way.
rei to,iato
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No~e Mir. Inth, and ends Monday,
November 18th. The committees
have all been appointed and all are
eager to Iegin the great work of cut
feetig the greatest offering of wroney
that was ever aked of the American
people. The sum asked, abjut 200
millions of dollar, is a stupendous
one; but the object of it, to bring
Cheer and comfort to our millions of
soldiers and sailor, to make them
feel that we are backing them up, to
help them nerve themselves for
heroic deeds o that.a glorious victory
may crown their gallant efforts; this
Is greater than any money eoosidera-
tion and .~* we will not ciont the cost,
but will give more than we ever geve
before.
Don't let talk of peace make you
releave your generosity; peace isaoin-
ing, almost her.-, won by our invin-
cible American armies, hut in the
period Isay be of years until our boys
are returned to their homes again the
work of ihe Unite-l Sacieties, who are
asking your help, will be more than
ever nece-eary es.eially in guarding
the morals of the men In camps, in
throwing around them the sweet
lflueenes of home and religion
in protecting them from the moral
dangers and temptations incident to
the soldiers and stllors life. Again
our home tmys deserve something for
their hard won victory; show them
your gratitude by your generosity.
Our slogan is "In Union there is
strength"; with the seven societies
all working as one, with their vast
organized membership all tueml up
and Imiked together surely success
must crown our efforts. Be ready
then next week to give promptly
and generously; you are lending this
time to the Lord ad the lord will
repay in things far more praeeofs
than gold or silver or wordly treas-
ure*. When the count Is made up
we hope to -ee Naomu county not the
last or let but away near top in the
list of the counties that helped Florida
go over the top with her $1,000,009
quota for the United War Work


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One of th(. Metasi amas musmof
IWlim" mn.And rellessemis Indigen
tseL Take ems of Wealm
T&Jbletsmmediatly &a"ter suue mw


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A mm4ohwdIm 1w e
uWinm kFrnua. 00e MIwmit ameto
Ida m el I appea w for itsthuhaancma
eappoFra iI -love v cm atuz t t obeery
its cmerim 0 I'mmeine tequakyofI its
pmondmud Iuits 1buuodal kinet
upoiloU"ops, ud1wishUcsredy
to comund its vw or do tmearmy.
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. _C N"DMA is around.
-~", ,o soap lying in
Wmi terastlg away. ing.
sN g ,e shaving off we than
StI d. GRANDMA is a won-
g t.i "' dfr soap-K -a it s ;
the big cr t. You jut4
a cu,,t wg you n ed. so
n Sprinkle it in the tub and
I- .. ...b1 j-st lke magic, ual.ions
Sant Then, the wet, ean-
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Fr he wash ine.


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Also a selection of Army and Navy t
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Sr. M SFP.LCEKI
REV. J. W. BLOCKER, Rector.
Twenty-fourth Sunday after Trinity
Holy Communion at 7:30 a. nm.
4Snday school at 10 a m.n.
Morning Prayer anseI sernn m. Sub-
ject: "The Vision at Bethel".
Evening Prayer and .ermon 7:15
o'clock. Subject: "The Crown-4 of
Christ"
Evening Prayer andt brief addre-s
Wednesday, 7:15 o'elot k.
Please note that the night services
are at 7:16 instead of 7:30 as here-
tdfore.


REV. 0. L. MARTIN, Minister.
Sunday shool at 9:15 a. m. W.
H. Sims, superintendent.
Preaching at II a. smi. and 7::) p.
mn. Morning topic, "The United
War Work Catmpaign"; evening
topic, "What the Fool Thought."
Jr. B. U. at a p. m.
Y. W. A. Tuesday afternoon.
Prayer meeting Wednesday night.
Thepublie cordially invited to all
of our services.


Rev. L. M. WILLjAs, Pastor.
Service every Sunday at II o'clock
L m. and 7:30 o'clock p. uI. by the
puer.
T" 8-lday evening's service will
be n the imtemet of the United War
Work e pain.
Payer meeting, 7:w p. m.
We condialy invite everyone to
m-m. (ve Oad manso A Is. lday by


lMs NMI=u nIIKI
Dlr. Eugene Daniel. Minister.
Sunday school, 9:60 a. tin.
thi vine service, II a. in. and 7:3)
p. Ill.
('iriJtian Endeavor, 6:15 p. an.
Mlid-week prayer wervire, Wlues-
tiy', 7:30 p ein.


L. Grunwald
Optmc~strist anad
M aate r Optician

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P~bDINAWSSROORD, NOVEAMBER8, 1918


BOYS PIGS TAKE PRIZE

G mt e ea At ik Smr Wat Byose
& *CiDFar The War

c.. pres war in completion
aft I-IN _I- Ml hmI the swime entered by professional
t th aml Mt with If the pig club members do a
the =m411t 1sp3ay by this year as they did last. they
Stse Us Depi&m Iat H As- produce more than 1*,@,0 IeP
u'IBBhto n &9tamia r art draesed peeI ofr market. Tha
eMiga. ta MaI&tb. Novmiger mea a lot of meat for some
W Damb.. 6aB seme there ever in frace.I
the hy aMt twee with a asnll Udocle Sam wants 2M,0 boys
Pit at l. a. tk a&Me ribbM at girls, too-to erol as pig club
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the fatr wih a large eg. Many at
the pig ate iaIw been rime wsa
do -ebb a"t eb pins we.
paim s ma"mtg a. mawe $31.-
*-OI At the Geeagltfeddaklr club
Ss.~~e two arm
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with
hog
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mnds
t will
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brs as a part t the great army of
blood promecers at home who are help-
lag the boys at the front Every
member of a pig club raises at least
aem pig which helps to feed a soldier.
The modest picture is an appeal to ev-
ry boy nla *very tarm community who
wants to do a bit at home to carry on
the war.


Poutery Shoi At Florida
State Fair Of High Standard


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1Y SALVAUN AM

bmmu.........

up wiv I"Wink
NIf biExW"n


1 em..nw.. .na.eom. -a lo '-I

ad be s, m be b mty t adod
s. nto I. .a e.im.al r
wad -u to. irme, wBi uqad
toMilwalB at aed m ptJe rcalId
3 he a aam Ct. Winem A. banbe
d06 bivaireara the hra whe a
amI to tea efew a wear qp. to *a
b aftmt d ommalt wor edl-
Waek ft the Aerian trees
"We w do all We eas to I at
domea," i Commngder seth whenI
diualsew the applesang Vill
war Wek campa. "asd the med
lNNtt 0 d l press the Amertam
padle al the mer with the sabelas
m tMoy w suntstainte sad e" ateo g
the war Wet t emk o them aeveme
e bi beetles the aneble e e
Onoee4 ame asotm me r a drive I-r
atnds. mdi is a vital mg tin a vat
macebi fAr b mam rdie, end each ta
nilesl Nl servig to pald
dee iamIn Us o"n way.
nubivaie. Army wm bern
ha. rare d In Parivaties md
trained to every fPhases hembuisle.
ry am hew to empe withIt. Perh
that a Iee I sm degree i th
st oar woek has attailne a o
which we ae takdfust
We we at the mmo peplem
we tOUG ass pbeeR d bia We leam-
isth heem se hew to d it in th
meer War, wbei we Nteedat the od.
ot U lf etroe end wathred dU
Stotheam& W havet m tbe OW
by ba, ade th asth ma and Ar
dhe Idtim Amy to ft so ga s
Ot ef uMd MO to de er their n mI
bat habad a0 0mneas
.WImb 1 W aied workers at so
tea I epgUl hem 4M0 bab amd
egag S o BhdtAsm Army is ,
a doe mead w eAnttomms too d
beSt hod o0 m a hamaiy ad
Lien*.


**I a thaakfr ifor thle good I
have reMved by using C aum'-.i
late's Thlet. About two yeawma
wheb I beg taking them I waS
fStierg a great deal froun dislMM;
after eatig, mad fre hesdtehe sad
a ti1usd, laugld elif due no t, i a
atoe and a teIrpid liver CIIme.
beratai's Tab.es corrccii ths di*s
order lea abart time, aNi ndsn a toa-
Iog two bo'ties of them ay health
has bes rd,*" writes Mr. M. IP.
Harwood,' AMrn. N. Y.

Ubefty for Chldr"'.
A reeat Ital eIANv-a,'I Ir dba
dew dot unnesessary re*itmla SO
a Adds we it a crime. Tw a
be rumf,- ea am e. and chmdra -at
meas to m0, bt emch trictIe MSa'
he..... by aveleal ng bmee ar
b a *Am s ed be ftm1O4l'
bredt It U totdy bett Mt t0


sboldsevemo~t unis.mere toev
batsm senedd-Is nemtherpeyft
at a do* ad wq M *bthw
makOWeres amews M miew to pSI
does smat H U oP~ o
coebetr TM3m mums 4Sam% end
the- Ipa Br31hm to smeIn toUe wid
swat go POMMM w ~s onb
mat mas is,0a*.o 1 3- 'eas

- evwis a m byerwsmbiug
- o RIN e liwhom"Ist
am Webre she coleW w wlsom
vul to fmat AmMe i wL
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*Cmu. Ik COMPOS


SEP* ago doft I

~m 3m m hum

Mind ftobe...ow

de. heft"a a

A ld daN"

.&%im mboa hb~IL
Imb 3 4 3mm td
&*VOL dutwak
SO ft lm W
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Iar SpSomf
m be omi


The peaelu chew at the ulrtda
Stato PW.ir at ltdo ge at
lateresttg g it wh I rnINAwM1
be vasly warmer mam ee apr a.n.-
sde hi the e sibRM to be ma to
the penltry bIMts oa the fair -ad
empeut to epeM J amt Mn eas an
November 21 oT tbi year w d ds
De &6 Peultry ad egg are


anw mee aImportant than ever. The
diplay will he educaUtonal; It will have
iwe speiomsa et the best breeds in
al worthwhile varieties. The Florida
tate Fair and Exposition Association
belag a member of the American
Poultry Association, the rules of that
anla&thmaU will govern In the matter
e eshlzbts sad the awarding of prizes.
aamarg a high standard for both.


FresS Egg Advice By

Department of Agriculture

hm e.mm O- Ts. a W Net Sl 4aM They Are
of TMe IdOOtN Varity


Reek of Pure4re


WhItt Ligmerm nsa United Matms Puary Farmn
U -yan,


Uscle Sam mam the ea~tga f $ AM- sho Ma*y GM by rwodltdng for food
0M t aM thua hd elp WV ay a market ely intertUe eggs. The
bIys in sram. That is the sm that dalty dew pmmt of the chick in the
it asaily wasted very year byr I pslctwrd a compariso with the
thwevie away eg that have na kept almost nachaged coaditlon of the in-
fresh bacam they are a thMe tIe tertile egg. The hatching of pare-bred
varety. hdckds is see in the same lm.
. The Uatted Statea ovrammt aM Aa Illatrata etof the sort of chick-
Ute pictures to be shibWted at the ens Uacle Sam produces at the Gov-
Flrida State Pair amt Kpenttm- to erUmet Poltry farm. in Maryland,
J~afin'isL November 27 to Decem- is to he nm la the accompanying pic-
her will hoow how lfertgle e we tare. This Is a Sock of pure-bred
keep &a wm fertUe egp will Mt. Whte Leghora hens producing infer-
and why W arbIn at ebkeb e UAISrs tle lSM the kind that will not spoil


Oral Manager B. L Hanablorde. of the
lorMda State FPar Association, is
eatremely anxious that all progressive
meln eat F rdaM shall be present at
this Cogress iad prot by the accu-
mdate wisdom of the members of the
cO rsm.


-palmers Of Prominefnce.
Speakers of natimal pwminence are
Nasa Opla To Hld0 s, to be Invited t attend the Farmers"
eems o JmevlM Dsoesmer Mlemal Cages amos those listed
t3 4 a hndor Itvitatiuo nhdingm the Governors
S--- aB the States at the Southeast and
SThe meaf Natioml Cges to Geowaurs Whitman, at New York;
be hbId tI Jassemvi-i DIXmber 3, Brambaugh. at PeMylvania; : the
4. atd 4iar tthe tim the ten (lr nd eutives of Indiana, Ohio and
d State Fair ad lSR e WO** l h Maryao; Oscar Strauss. ex-Pres-
bhae ng tlerh a os e m c aly, w l Meat Theedore oosevelt, Senator
bte to this State reprettItwet M- r. Senator Tra mell. Secreta-.
IM altej l aMMrta a. t edeca y at Agriculture Hrbert s. Houston.
ten em m an ga t*.Ia 4 mel James H. Preston. Mayor of Balti-
Sageis, mee; Miss Jeanmtte Bankin Young.
A Ptemr Aiultrdl Ot*. -member a of Congress from Montana;
TU amers' Nateeal CanreM PrMdet WllIam H. Taf, John
am gM aad t 1Al to vales by re w autlat, DirectGe Oeral of Pan-Amer-
Mo So WIiMOs of the Swas t laed tUnie; John Temple Oraves. Con-
a ar y all -mattrs vas y at e gresm John HamiltoE Lmwis Geo.
I 0@1stei l 6sW~t. The C1o1 es W. Pikla, of Neow York; Dwetor Car-
wi. m=fmnuly, thls year or ter, of Harvard Uiversity; A. p.
0t6 atm rI Seado stbet.I, tesem Wood, af the Nastland Agricultural
Weni 4 a, dedals aend the CatO e; P. P. Chmer. Commissioner of
Goflat the gsqpaIle Sesor-if Agripee MINelssa1d1; J. M. Paige,
a ated by the Statue serdl ef A& Cem amr of A.Kaltse,. Arkan-
dletme wa a ee gp rlNI at s t ei; Wesley Webb, of Delaware-all
5m M Tir wee @ al IS @& ofml b 6a t 1U C lt priamlwa to assure a
wain theOak ebow lats. Wbmnd list I atspess well worth hearing.
,dOWh dsmw dsoh In addWioto to the above. Ambassa-
tin kmch amtuma rtt O Bewaat da1 aAw nh3 .Cr S countries and of
.- -- ..--. lS". a.....m evno.l.


"&,Y little girl is subject tc
1V1 attacks of stomach an

trouble and Dr. Caldwell's Syrup ]
ways relieves her quickly so she is s
ing about as usual. I have used Syr
for three y and would not be
now at a2fy prce.
Foa tter to Dr. Cdawewi s by%
D J4.i-. Camhdwe, Viti Av.)



D4. Caldwell'


S


Constipation Is i
infancy to old I
safe and plea
the strongest c
ed free of ch
458Washi


WOMEN TO K



IN FLEA

The women of Fl
honored by the Florid
Exposition management
so than their work of


EFAR

are signally
Kate Fair and
bIt no more
'ery character


merits. They have 1a set aoMe for
their exclusive use.odegreat building
of the State Fair gronds, wherein
will be displayed whatever pertains
particularly to wqpaa's achievements
in the realm of domeaic economy a"d
science, her accom bhments in em-
broidery, knitting, cmheting as well
as in the art of basketry, bead work.
the working of stenelled designed and
all the finer evidences 4 woman's skill.
The results of her vork in enaning,
preserving and, espeeally in the mak-
ing of war-time cakes and breads will
claim very interested attention, Ea-
tries in all these ma other linem of
women's endeavors r encouraged by
the State Fair m cement through
the liberal awards of premiums, all of
which are set forth Ia the annual pre-
mium list and catalog whoh ti now
available. In co .- w.N te U.
tile exhibits there wll be a sales do-
partment. This wil' ord an oppor-
tunity to those desirng to sell articles
on exhibition, or dou icates thereof for
which orders may be aken. No charge
will be made for tbhi service, but en-
try cards must shove the articles in-
tended for sale, withtthe price of each
marked on the card.
Women individual sad as members
of organizations a. taking a very
great deal of intere the Woman's
Department of the il State Fair
and are devoting Tr comaiderable
time and energy to that the dis-
plays in the Womas ilding shall
be in every manner hy of this
great State which so much of
its development and th to woman-
kind. The State Fai ement has
especially requested gh the press,


and otherwi-e. that tl women of Flor.
Ida shall make the vy'best possibleI
display this year, a tie In which they'
have been so conpi in all win
the-war" work and p ents which
the State Fair of th r wishes to:
be brought proninien fpre the peo-
pie, as evidences a, of their pa.
triotism and of their ty to achieve
things worth while.


p


An educational,
ricultural exposition
Ida State Fair has t
designated. The ex
will prove the corr
sifieatlons, one and
the fields, fruits fro
tie from the farms
try. results of boys'
raisers and as grow
dustries In which i
handiwork of the g
and evidences of t
ning and preserving
bles, all, and much
be an exposition of
that will be as astol
Interesting. Jacksc
Fair and exposition
easy of access from
the State as from th
And all roads will I
vember 27 to Decea
CatFht 0 CMWP
with LOCAL APPI1
casot reach the e
Ctarrh is a local "d
1 ,Ied by coeMstaft
In erder to cume It
Internal remedy. H
elue is takes Interm
the blood on the muc
system. Hairs CatU
WserUemd by om at
e tb country for
posedM of some of the
combined wtts some
prfliers. The perlt
te tngbrelre ta In H


trial and ag-
bat the Flor.
ery property
of this year


Sof the class.
Produce of
groves, eat-
,nches pool,.
favors as pig
eor. the In.
Sexcell, the
1 the homes
skill In can.
andt v*get&-
besidesa, w
la enterprise
as it will be
Where the
be held. is
7 portion of
ktry at large.
re from No.


to,


) sudden
d bowel
Pepsin al-
oon play-
up Pepsin
without it


55 EWISH WOERS


-I
NS G VER THERE

C. Barker B idsGodepai to
the Graduate* of Train-
ing SchooL

The wholesemed co-operationa e-
tweeo the seven great orgaaltlom
working for the happiness and welfare
of our soldiers and aleors was re-
ceatly mistrated at the gradatines
exerctes at the tenth dclassn ef the
Jewish Welfare Beard's Training
School In New York. Col. William &
Barker, who wet to France represent-
lag the Salvatsem Army with theA rM
contingent at ew troops and has beem
"ever there" aftee memath, woa the
principal speaker and wished the fty-
eight Jewbis workers of the class Go.
s-ed. while late Marshall, the pm -
mat Jewish attorney and ph lauthr-
plt at New ork. laded the we ot
the Saiate. Army among the boys
at the mst.
"What o filghiag boys ned tl in-
spqratem an beaart adoradter t i
them who are tere to hep tbem."
declare d OalL Barker.m "TO wvI s-.
Went iN th ep amlp eor s s
Ideate san standardsat er 0
faith, and t sup t yeoF ew ee
thing to be smmisatf t yew M r
llow -met L Practice what ye
preach. That. I a1 .ar, has. bee
the secret of ow wa neesea. If ye
ive up to the prtdplea e "r faith
and give what you have to give ftra a
heart big with loev the bo will re
Gspet you, wbet they be PretM att
Catholc or Jew."
The newly graduated eld workers
wml make a total of UW mu0 doing
field work I o .r came sad naval
treating states e the aspices
of the Jewish Welfare Boar. The
Board has ahbot fty "bats" in the
varlem campa and mataans centers
It all large cities where modler, sa
smaller of all AithA am wecemsd. A
headquarters has meatly been est.
Ulibed Paris and 100 -m are behig
recruited here fWar overseas work.
There a w nearly 12= 0 Jews
srvi m the amy ad nvy.

TO FIGHT


k.


THE "FLU"P


CA Ed NM il uibI
6 lhINTH9ftsnt
hh A~M~h


DI't negket the Pimple rules of
health. One of these is to keep lth
mouth, the skin and the clothes clean.
That it easy. Another k lto main-


tain the bodily vigor at or absve par.
It's the run-down systems as a rule,
that catch the *flu" If you o nut
feel strong and vigorns, you can
help make yormelf so by taking a
few dAse-. of Dr. Williams' No 101
Tnlie. It is a gmud tonic. It will
pat new life la you. If you have the
* fl," Dr. Williams' No. 1I1 Tonic
abould be taken imnediaely. The
quinineine in it kle the infenz germ
quickly. The Irein it tone-s up the
system. The magnesia ingredient
artson the liver and bowels. o you
sw, M is an ideal mnedieal pretsralion.
Your drutgiet or drug dealer can
supply Y -ON-s e ad bottles. Re-
0e to aep any substitute. There
is notbi thaUt Is jst as god.


CASTORIA
Fo M-ta-- -eCUM


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I


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*1


- p Pepsin
Perfect Laxative

So by Druggists Everywhere
50 cts. () $1.00


mco edition to be urded at from
Dr. Caldwell s Syrupepsi is as
for children as it is effective on even
S4dtution. A trial bottle can be obtain-
e by w to Dr. W. B. Caldwell,
St, Mn IIl


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