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f. , rowing letter has been receiv-
Vr. and Mrs. N. A. Neilsori, 1203
piV: street, from their son,
N-i!on, of the 120th Fteld ai
r?ittTv D. who has been in
i i.-:-ice for six months and ac-
r,ed fn the Front for the
,r, :iio:mis.
' m? on:?;,'.! in Company I of Pensa
sn ! w.is transferred to the ar-(,:--v.
II' writes interestingly of his
Vrwi experiences "oer there."
u? "ivs: "1 have just received all of
vn - "'"ft rs and believe me, I cer
,..,''V glad to hear from you all
nv-rr. hut by the way things
inel fT a while I saw my finish,
j-y certainly made things hot for
"Vr raid? and everything else for
jViV ;,m1 I nearly broke my neck
iin? into a dugout. These aeroplane
-.ftainly rut a queer feeling into
it it a luck would have it they
nindrd one man out of about J
'a:nd. How I came to slide
rii.cruit so quickly was because,
.line: to glance up I saw a bomt
b.-Mr.r thrown out which explod-
f i nr.ouT ! i"ri utiimu me, so j uu seu
I iust ciMfod in time.
T am r.o'-v a long ways behind the
lT." in a rc?f camp and enjoying life
rr.',fS mAra. We had a few casualties
frivo them hell, which you can
.- bv th newspapers.
';:nc bv the way thines look over
f.Drf. we win be home pretty soon. We
virrlv hid to do some work to pet
'thos Dutchmen" out of their holes.
fh,-v h-,r dugouts down in the ground,
f'.rr" rf hem being 50 or 60 feet deep.
Th?- f::i(i carpets, bath tubs, tables,
o!ccfr:c lights and everything that is a
luxury to life. They were actually so
1'"ri in the ground that shells had no
'fff-ct on them. The way things look-
it seemed they were never goins fo
mskf another drive. They certainiy
thincs fixod nn fine. v nan a
'? rf casualties in our infantry hut
h-- Germans were double ours. We
vfr rieht in the middle -of .the big-
Ti?t drive the world has ever knetvvn.
' suppose you all have read about it in
h3 war news.
Well, T guess T will have to clos
bout this war done or my letter will
nr.t pet through the censor.
Ynu all asked me for my picture, I
'iroly haven't time to hardly cat or
T haven't been paid off yet. so I'm up
cainst it. They must have lost my
n icp record, or something is wrone.
T will tell you what I saw in a vil
s? we captured during this drive. It
vs completely ruined and a large
poup of soldiers were scattered about
V.ng various canned and bottled
tnir.ps. I didn t know wnat was com-
ng off but. looking up the street I
?.iw a house or at least a walled uo
ffair in which a Red Gross worker
as serving hot chocolate and te.j
ike?. This was ahout two and a
alf miles from the front and shells
vine everywhere, but she seemed
arless and unconcerned.
In rising on nur way back to a
fn?t camp one time we were so eloss
ist. we could see our infantry and the
nrmy. flghtinc. We had direct ftre on
um for awhile and we gave them the
v!. This war is surely cruel. They
ivp high explosive shells with sup-'-cpnsitive
fuss, which by just
"uchlng will exple.de tearing up
.thing for 20 yards around, buried
'! -long the road, to stop our ad-
We have had the lightest part of the
ir but the infantry has the hardest.
"Hpv art the ones that deserve the
ci;f but still they could accomplish
thing without the artillery. You see
;: i.;. is fo nut up a barrage and
r i;p barbed wire entanglements,
vhine gun nests and the Boche ar
rv ?!? they can't use it while our
usb boys go over the top.
WiH dn?p with love to all, write to
" more than once a week. I could
'M yeur iptters all day. Believe me.
! Vne.w .hat a good home i3 if I
e- sfp nne again. We are going to
,vp revp;iiP at 4:30 a. m. T don't
irw uhre we are going but will
' en nur way. We have, been in
tf'e village for the past five days
H rested up. Am sending
. uu won't forget
i? of love, ; V.
isbinef in. Nov. 2. Increase of
" ninthly allotment of sugar from
to tVee pounds per capita effec
e -iav tne food administration
c a-el trirlay must not be taken to
'"n th3t the conservation of food
renpraHy js not now fully as
- "'am as It nam at th helsht
iar shortage. While the
'nation has imoroved. largely
fv'n !lP co-operation of American
Kj,,!ves in reducing consumption
t- u .! availability or new do-
.o r-,-je and beet sugar, the needs
ratt-r exports in other lines is
VC55 rrarked.
T "r,Vl oon?umption of sugar for
y A':?ust, September and October
" iths during which the two
i estimated at 1.600.000.000
' 'y ' ' ' Lilt; u 1
C;"5 '"' year is believed by food
;.;;;.n!tri!on officials to total 300,
''"', rounds.
. , r London. Nov. 2. After the
""Li,,:i in
Budapest. Ar-hrtuke
representative of the em
r the city, according to an
Telegraph dispatch from
-a V . wie ujspaicn anas.
;.a':n- Vienna personally gave
,n ' a ali conflict with the popu-.'-r',..
T avr'ided. He instructed the
to yield without resist-
Paris, Nov. 2. The Huns are keen
ly feeling the losses 'they sustain 'in
guns, ammunition and material aban
doned in flight before the advancing
Ameircans,-French and British.
Proof of. these .conditions' is' con
tained in a general order signed by
Ludendorff, found on a captured pris-.
oner, n.says m part: . '.
"I has been reported to me by Gen
eral Ziethn that at certain points at
the front it is thougbt that the in
fantry ought to be very strongly sup
ported by artillery and that the guns
of the divisions at rest should be
used for this purpose.
"Under no circumstances should
such an idea be ' alowed to circulate.
It is absolute proof that the -infantry
does not yet realize the value, strength
and resources of its machine guns.
"Reports of recent battles show
that the infantry is alone able to com
pletely repulse the assaults of the en
emy if it knows how to make use of
its machine guns by scattering them
ove rthe ground to ' be defended arid
hiding the from the view of the en
emy. "Perhaps it would be well to add
that to use the artillery of the divis
ions at rest would place the artillery,
which has already suffered terribly,
in such a position that it could not
repair its force.
"It is absolutely necessary that the
artillery economize and reserve its
force for future operations."
Bulletin. Copenhagen, Nov. ti. (By
Associated Press) The organization of
the new Czecho-SIovak state is pro
ceeding in an orderly - manner, ac
cording to reports from Prague re
ceived here by way of Berlin. The
national council has appointed nw
railway, telegraph and postal authori
ties. There have been no special acts
of violence. 4
Garniers, F'la., Nov. 2. W. X. Hart
grove was a business caller at the dye
plant last Friday.
E. R. McKee was a Camp Walton
caller Tuesday.
Mr. Gaskins, of Freeport, spent sev
eral days this week with E. R. Mc
Kee, looking for clay to build the road
from Crestview to Camp Walton and
they think they have found all they
will need.
J. W. Fowler, of Dorcas, called on
W. X. Hartgrove Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Jordon of East
Bay spent a day with Mr. and Mrs.
E. R. McKee this week.
F. L. Hand and A. Tierce were busi
ness callers at the dye plant Thurs
day. The steamer Captain Fritz mad
her bi-monthly trip in the bayou
9 Pay
100 Ladies' and Children's
ample Hats
The season's latest styles
will be on SALE Monday at
Don't fail to "get in" on this
rare offer.
At the same time, see some
of the best values in Ladies'
and Children's Sweaters. They
are world beaters.
Dry Goods Store
31 South Palafox Street
"Everything New That's
We Give Thrift Stamps
Shep Early, th
Government .
us net to.
tr4 er4 ho!.,: -
From eyOTliere we visitors; theyl be here they know
we clothe the family.' They know we have as tine shpwing of merchandise as is obtainable. at present; also that more
V- ; , will be hard to get Attractive styles, rich qualities, right prices, large stocks. : :
Priritzess Suits
This Year
Value Counts
Style is very important in. coats
and suits, but this year, with the
and usits, but this year, with the
greater necessity of economy, value
counts as never , before- Printzess
Coats and Suits are not only ab
solutely correct in style but they
are made' of" all 'wool quality ma
terials, tested and pre-shrunk and
tailored in the most thorough man
ner. They will give good service for
two or . three seasons, if need be -and
hold their shape and stylish
lines. It pays to buy a distinctive
Printzess Coat or Suit. Visit our
Garment Department and see them.
Suits are
Curtain Nets
Real pretty pieces and sets In
wolf, coon, squirrel, kalinski, blue
and red fox, and other pretty skins
$100. to
New Lace Curtains
Many colors and styles $15
Jack Tar Togs
Fol all size ' girls,, serge, . taf-"
feta. fancy silk, elegantly made,
made up and finished, tLf
$35 to U.JU
AH Main Floor Dept's Being
Silk Handkerchiefs
New pretty line in fancy border
ed all-over paterned and embroi
dered crepe-de-chine, at 65c
r f FOR .
- - - ;
y MSOp9rapeir Reese (Uompaiimy
Virginia Dare dresses
are thoroughly American
from the shaggy wool
on the sheeps back or
the dried-up cocoon of
the silk worm, to the verv
' - ----- - - .
last stitch in their manu-
facture. For this
the creators of
Child's Bath Robes
Pretty colors and patterns in all
sizes. ' Blanket cloih and other
warm , fabrios. Prices
S6.50 ta
Real Leather Belts
Black, and red patent leather,
wide and narow, fresh
line, $1.00 to ... . JdOC
Leather Bags, Purses
You know, you will give some
for Christmas. Why not get them
now? We ' have the very , styles
for this purpose, and strictly
up-to-date... f 15.00 X SO
. Fine Perfumes
Plvers and Melba lines of high
grade goods, excelent to save up
for gifts; also powders ; and
High Grade Soaps
Woodbury's Facial Soap. Cuti
cura Skin Soap, Packer's j .
Tar Soap. Each ...CiJS
Pebeco Tooth Paste
Known for its curative and
.healing, .medicated -t rtfl
value A,iJV
Liquid Face Cream
Well known Honey of Almond
Q-eam. new supply. Still tLfg
selling .it v
Monday Special
Sheets. .SlxM. splenditf quality,
wide hem. full size. Noj
'phone orders, cash . ...XI77
Monday Special
Sheets. WxOf. Oneida brand, x
tra heavy, soft , material, slightly
mill Boiled . No phone or- AtL
ders, - cash .
4 F3irsft(CDirsiss cii0)0 SDnes
Strictly high grade, patent leather, dull leather, warm cloth tops,
arid kid. Buster Brown, Sorosis, Educators, and Godmans. See window
.'. School
1.50 to
1 3 - A:!
for Women of America
Dare has been the inspi
ration of these Twentieth
Century dresses. . Their
makers ever, strive to
have them measure up tc
the ideals they represent
beauty, youth and
Americanism until they
are conceded to be.
First in Style First in
Quality First in the
Hearts of American Wo
: men. '
' ' Exactly in the same
degree that you yourself
radiate charm and loveli
ness, should the clothes
you wear reflect the
charm and loveliness of
your personality. Truiy,
Virginia Dare iswjhe
Dress with Personan
$ 20 up
House Dresses
Bungalow aprons, all-over aprons
in neat styles, good qualities
anu extra well made, mC
$3.50 to .... XDJ
Crowded with
Monday Special
Domestic, "Gold Coin" standard
grade, soft finish, superior.
qualit. Yard ..... . .. .
Women's Union Suits
Good weight. fleeced, ankle
length, long sleeves, high neck.
36 and 38, good value,
only ......
Child's Union Suits
Long sleeves, ankle length, sizes
to 12 years, excellent value,
large lot, each only
Sleeping Garments
..Women's styles- in good quality
warm outing cloth, night gowns,
pajunions arid pajamas, many
styles, . all sizes, : f 3.50
Children's Sleepers
Oiiting: cloth, cut large and full
-some with feet, some with ankla
fastening, Get them now
while you can, 32.00 to
New Lace Curtains
.arge pretty line just unpacked,
-all-over filet in large florals, heavy
nets with fancy edges, soft rich
lace curtains . with dainty em
broidered effects. All reasonably
8, 1918.
U. S. A.
t taw -a
charming drc ises decided
to call them Virginia
Dare-r-in honor of the
FIRST American girl
of white parents.
' (Roanoke, Va., August
18, 1587). The pictures
que and romantic history
surrounding Virginia
Child's Knit Goods
Sweaters for babies, sacqups.
cans, bonnets. 3-piece sets, mitts
anclw booties, at 23.00
Season's Finest
Curtain Neis.
New arrivals, figured patterns,
bird designs, fancy dots, squares
and stripe efects, wide mesh and
close weave fabrics. All prices
to suit your needs.
Buy Romper Cloth
Most eleeant fabric for boys
blouses, rompers, and other chil
dren's wear, fast color 32 a f
men, yard . , t3 C
Lots of Fine Serges
Popular colors, large stock that
will go fast because it'swg
scarce, yard $2.50 to
Kid Gloves
Fownes and Chanuts in fashion
able shades and styles. Children's
too. -
Good Blankets
All fresh stock, cotton and wool,
plain and fancy paterns.
Prices right, S17.50 to..
Warm Comforts
"Maish" laminated cotton, and
China cotton filling, strong covers,
sne silk, all new fresh stock
of all kinds at $12.50
famous Esmond, .cortex firh,
fancy color and Indian patterns,
for blankets, bath robes . L
and shawl use, 64x78 .... wO
Line -Baby
75c to
Printzess Coats
Note a few of
Mecy Values :
Ric i'lush
Large fur collar, extra' wide
fur tfottom trimming. gf
Only ........ .......... DJ
Suede Velour
Large fur- collar. hancrin
pockets. double belt," At) Cfl
large., buttons 4liUU
Fine Broadcloth .
Large roll fur collar, m A f
gathered waist lino, cut full T"
Silk Frost-Iow
Beautiful now fabric, all wool
full throw ; collar, very at- q
tractive 50?
Morei Velvet
Extra wide, crush- I velvet'
bottom trimming, It''AO.
collar P
Wool Velour
atin lined, velvet trimmed lined
collar with fringe slit vel
vet sides, trimmed buttons, j.
"for I......:.......... , 9dO
Brocaded Velvet
Barred efferl. plain velvet nr
collar and cuffs, at onlyLI
Silk Rain Coats
Rubberized transparent silk in
f.iney colors, light styles and extra
durable. Prices, 817.50 el
and V 1 D
Baby Blankets
?!-3w designs, fancyyy patterns
and figures, dainty pink and
blue colorings. ?1"5, $1:50
and ,
Auto Robes
Extra heavy, thick double stitch
ed borders, plaids in attractive
colors, some fringed, all new stock.
For auto, motor boat, porch or
all outdoor uses, $25.00 to
& j - 7
f. ?;

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