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JACKSON COUNTY JOURNAL, SYLVA, N. C.
GOOD NEWS A Lady in Texas Tells How . She Regained and Keeps ! 5 Her Health. 7Z Every household should have at hand all the time a dependable rem edy with which to fight catarrh and catarrhal conditions. The exp" "fence of Mrs. M. E. Berk ley, No. M-2 27th St., Galveston, Tex., Is not unique, but her letter does car ry a vigorous "safety first" suggestion to every American home: "I wish to tell you of the good Peruna has been to me. I have used it five years and have never found it other than satis factory as a remedy for colds, catarrh, Indigestion and many other ailments. I am never without Perana." Coughs, colds, catarrh, grip and in fluenza cannot safely be neglected. Any disease due to catarrhal inflam mation of the mucous lining, whether of the nasal passages, throat, lungs, stomach, bowels, kidneys, bladder or other organs, is to be feared. Catarrh is always a menace to the general health and on account of its preva lence must be fought and fought hard all the time. Thousands place their entire depen dence upon the well known time-tried remedy, Peruna. Dr. Hartman began selling Peruna for catarrh forty-five years ago. Try Peruna first and avoid possible disappointment and expense. Tablet or liquid form. Sold everywhere. nnrnrthiiitniniiiiHiinnmnmnrtiinn BEPEW By ALBERT N. BEPEW Ex-Gunner and Chief Petty Officer, US. Navy Member of tne Foreign Legion of France Captain Gun Turret, French Battleship Cassard Winner of the Croix de Guerre Copyright, 1918, by Relay and Britton Co., Through Special Arrangement With the George Matthew Adams Service iiiiiiiiiiiwiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiim CHAPTER XIV Continued. j do not believe I came to, singing, be- 13 cause I never sans "Sweet Adeline" When I looked around I saw that before, that I know of, or any other our real position was to the right of song when anybody was in range. But wheje the artillery was, and that there I heard it lots of times, so maybe I were three lines of trenches with did sing it at that. French infantry in them. So the Then I went to sleep feeling fine, trenches I had come from were more The next morning the detachment like outposts than anything else, and from the Cassard was withdrawn, and were cut off. I felt pretty sure, then, I saw some of the men who had been that the boys in them would never in the two trenches, but I was not come back alive, because as soon as near enough to speak to , them. So I their fire let up the Turks would ad- do not know how they got out vance, and to keep them back our guns You never saw a happier bunch In would have to wipe out our men, and yoxir llfe than we were when we piled il meor um nut, uio xurKs wouia. ax into the lifeboats and started for the tirst I was glad I tfad come out, but Cassard. The old ship looked pretty then I remembered what the artillery good t0 us, you can bet and we said uiucer uaa saia ana x ngurea x wouia if we never put our hoofs-on that place uuv to go uac-K ana stay wim inem nfrfl5n ,t would he soon enollrh. Some Difference. 'You want to charge me $40 for this sergeant's uniform?" said the recently promoted soldier. "Yes, sir," replied the dealer. "That is the price $40." "But I know a corporal who bought i uniform from you last week for $30," "Very likely, sir." "But you advertised tbat your prices wore uniform, did you not?" "Oh, no. I advertised that I had uniform prices." or bring them back. Either way there was not one chance in a hundred that any of us would make it. Because when I got through it was really just ft miracle and nobody would have thought it could happen. Then the officer told me to go back to the beach, where our naval guns were, and that I was detailed to them. Maybe you do not think I was glad? But there was rough work still ahead We were shelled on our way out to the Cassard, and one boat was over turned, but the men were rescued. Two men in the launch I was in were wounded. But we did not pay any attention to that shelling the Turks might just as well have been blowing peas at us through a soda straw for all we cared. I noticed that when we came near other one. I got outside tne turret I tenant Barbev. He ninned an Ameri- door and across the deck, got the nec- can flag on my breast, a French flag essary parts and was coming back beneath It and beneath that the war with them when I received two ma- cross. He kissed me on both cheeks, chine-gun bullets in the right thigh, of course, which was taking advantage One went clear through bone and all of a cripple. But it is the usual thing and drilled a hole on the other side, with the French, as you know I mean while the other came within an inch the kissing, not the meanness to of going through. The peculiar thing cripples. is that these two were in a line above When h had ninnd th mpdni nn the wound I got at Dixmude. The line he said he thanked me from the bot is almost as straight as you could torn of his heart for the French people, araw it witn a ruier. THMINGOF A FAMOUS MEDICINE m How Lydia E. Pinkham'o Vegetable Compound Is Prepared For Woman's Use. A visit to the laboratory where this successful remedy is made impresses even the casual loo!ier-on with the reli ability, accuracy, skill and cleanliness which attends the making of this great medicine for woman's ills. Over 350,000 pounds of various herbs are used anually and all have to be gathered at the season of the year when their natural juices and medicinal sub stances are at their best. The most successful solvents are used to extract the medicinal properties from ana aiso tnannea an tne Americans these herbs. Of course it knocked me down and vho had come over from their own ! Every utensil and tank that comes in l nit my neaa a pretty hard crack on ian(j to help a country with which contact with the medicine is sterilized A BRIGHT, CLEAR COMPLEXION is always admired, and it is the lauda ble ambition of every woman to do ail sshe can to make herself attractive. Many of our southern women have found that Tetterine is invaluable for clearing up blotches, itchy patches, etc., and making the skin soft and velvety. The worst cases of eczema and other torturing skin diseases yield to Tetterine. Sold by druggists or sent by mail for 50c. by Shuptrine Co., Savannah, Ga. Adv. th C!nssnrd tho nthpr hnnts hplfl nn of me because when I got behind the and let our launch get into the leadf unru line i saw a wiae open neiu xnut and that we circled around tne Cas. was light gray from the shell smoke sar(rs bows and came up on the gtar hanging over it, and I could see the board side, which was unusual. But flashes where the big ones were doing x did not think anytnmg.of it until I their work, and I had to go through came over the gide There were the that field. side boys lined m and tne old Man I fell time and again, sometimes was there, with the ship's steward when I thought a shell was near, and Desicle him sometimes when I had no reason for He toQk the j bQok f rom the gtew. it-only I was thirsty again and was ard and ghowed u tQ ftnd shivering all the time, and was so m my name Qr t Nqw wheQ yQU weak I could not have choked a gold. are punished for anytning you are fish. I do not remember hardly any- loggedVbut T could not figure out what lilmS auuui guiug uiiuugu mut iiciu, t hn(, f. of nxx,0A fm. cri t When soldiers meet in a spirted at tack in a cafe, re-treat is the usual order. and you might say the next thing I knew was when I was overtaken by a dispatch runner, and got in a tin tub at the side of a motorcycle and was taken to the guns. I felt ready for a Rip Van Winkle was very much surprised. But the Old Man slapped me on the back and everybody cheered, and then I saw it I Was Able to Crawl on to the Turret Door. most of them were not connected. He said it was a war In which many na tions were taking part, but in which, there were just two ideas, freedom and despotism, and a lot more things that I cannot remember. He finished by saying that he wished he could dec orate all of us. ' Of course it was great stuff for me and I thought I was the real thing sure enough, but I could not help thinking of the remark I have heard here in the States "I thank you and the whole family thanks you." And it was hard not to laugh. Also it seemed funny to me, because I did not rightly know just what they were giving me the medal for though it was for one of two things and I do not know to this day. But I thought it would not be polite to ask, so I let it go at that. There were twelve other naval offi cers who were present and they and all the other people did a lot of cheer ing and vived me to a fare-you-well. It was great stuff, altogether, and I should have liked to get a m6dal every day. One day I received a letter from a man who had been in my company in the Foreign Legion and with whom I had been pretty chummy. His letter and as a final precaution in cleanliness the medicine is pasteurized and sealed in sterile bottles. It is the wonderful combination of roots and herbs, together with the skill and care used in its preparation Which has made this famous medicine so successful in the treatment of female ills. The letters from women who have been restored to health by the nse of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound which we are continually pub lishing attest to its virtue. DE PREPARED TO COM DAT THB Influenza Germ by putting a little Brame's Vapo oenlha Salve up your nostrils each morning before going out and each night before retiring. Price 25c, 50c and $1.00. For sale by all dealers or direct upon receipt of pries. C2ANE MEDICINE CO.. Ns. WHkesbore.N.C nan then, hut the officer in command would not let me He said thev were uelv uecoration lor roix oe back ond toe cordlte fite and gas about my TJtZh.. through the breed, which the Guerre. I " " i kiiiiw' Hiifi innr is n rnnr nn nor Mwr Mm Mi Besides those painful attacks of in digestion; that awful bloated, lumpy feeling after eating and downright stomach misery that you who have experienced it know so well; besides disgusting belching, food-repeating, sour stomach and distressing heartburn besides all this, ACID-STOMACH undermines the health and saps the strength of millions. If you don't get rid of those stomach miseries there is no telling where your stomach troubles will end, for it is a well known scientific fact that many serious ailments have their start in an acid-stomach. 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You'll feel so much better have punch and pep the power and will to do things and get results, and your stomach misery will be gone. Take our advice. Get a big box of EATONIC from your druggist today, it costs so little. If it fails to remove your stomach distress, he will refund your money. That is guaranteed, you are to be satisfied or money refunded. the steel deck, but I was able to crawl I was partly in French and partly in nn tr tha tnrrft rtnnr .Tnst na T woe I Ensrllsh. Tf Tens 'nil nhrnit whn had was not punishment, but just the op- abQut tQ enter thQ gun wag fire(L TmU been kmed and wno beeQ wotmd. fective. The shell split and caused a death, which he had heard about, and receiving the Croix de was wishing he had said 1 . . - I 9 ... m had killed off dozens of them and as know' r; ; " fTpv ,nrh" : explosion aa opened. someuung aooui urown, wnom x naa he knew I could point a gun he had ZlLl JZJLt t been a piece of cordite not heard frpm and who I knew would ordered them over the telephone to BoIvn WWh did !t bUt whatever " was' " ViSlt me 11 he nad tne cnance get me to the bach as fast as possi- j S work?nl ovPrtime That Mt me ln the right 6ye and bUnded iL But r three dayS later 1 hin tta snntfAii th twn wnrhnnsps 7 . 7? g overiime- The ball of the eye was saved by the another letter from the same man and is wnac tne limeys say, or ii tney French surgeons and looks normal, but when I opened it out tumbled a photo- ; I L"f it pains me greatiy sometimes and graph. At first all I saw was that It got it for being very careless. Ask th tell me u wm al be gi M. was photograph of a man cnlclnftd one of them and see. iM v ,, All of us were oertn-inlv lnd tn he I bucked up a lot. The warehouses were nhnnr(1 thp rflSS!nr(, A 1f OTW 1 was unconscious Immediately from it cioseiy l saw it was Brown, x T aDoara me uassara again, and if any Klrtro. or,, . m ao fnintori fhon net uv m uuout xv or xx unies away, x Miuum place ever looked like home to me it I ' judge, and about 30 or 40 yards apart. tho o1rl cll. noniao mar.a which I must have swallowed. This When I came to I could hardly make I teit very veaK, as l nave saio, very high and we were therefore or-1 f" , " " . I "JC1 . " . and shivered e-ery once in a while, ,w0h n nr. ttUU sivea m U1W SPUS llt;u lo una yius gouej xi nun me so mucn w - ... - . . , . v,.x,v. w iuv "V.iV W XJXtOL. C UUU J. T H 1 .V,. 1 I 14. T 1 -J V 1 so l did not tJunk i could ao mucn n iitHa rPiDhratinn tv.f uu uuy " lltlL "wtu vai x wusuCU i"c gunning worth whistling at. But they and next momine weiehGd anchor and ?Uring tne rest of tne engaSement. as UP m my hand but later on I couM loaded the old j 4-inch and made ready. UfofoH ho w i 1 aia no regain consciousness until read parts 01 it. It said they haa , V I aJ.L ucaimg 1UI W.UUU. thro H lafo- o aaa Ti, T hoarH fnnnH Tlrrn M,lc wn o rkrH and we got tne range ana an was set. T fin -. y.,..a oV,. "" The officer told me to let her ride. Z ln the hospital that the French super- about two days after he had been re- So I said to myself, "This is one fr I safetv of mv own skin t filwrt aUg Jeanne dArc and the ported missing. So three of us went T Saiety Or my OWn Skin, and I nprefl li?ht nmisor TCnonrltr In If ocLvpr onrl fTi7rt cfoTToH thoro Tf cooma you, ivxurray, oiu uuy. xei gu that ftpr tho nnrnoll nH mw locf 7 I Y " 77 7 , J ; wen as ourselves, though not at the very strange to me that both or my ble. He spotted the two warehouses I have spoken ot for me and said it was up to us to put them out of com mission. The gun was a 14-inch naval, and that looked good to me, so I y here." So I sent that one landed direct and the warehouse along and she f af, they had made time 1 was wounded, and that we had pals should be crucified and if I were rarehouse went , ! i?r me ye US , a11 been Pre"y wel1 battered. The superstitious I do not know what I about the same way and we were sing ing all the time. CHAPTER XV. Cassard lost 96 men in the engage- would think about it. It - made me ment and had 48 wounded. Some of sick and kept me from recovering as our turrets were twisted into all man- fast as I would have done otherwise. ner of shapes and part of our bow Both Brown and Murray were good was carried away. One of our lieu- pals and very good men in a fight, tenants was killed in the engagement. I often think of them both and about I was told that both the Werf t and the things we did together, but lately the Kaiserliche Marine were sunk in I have tried not to think about them Je Suis Blesse. As usual, when we got to Brest there was rush work day and night on the SS dJ7?f! TOpplle8 7. this engagement. I have seen pictures much because it Is very sad to think ( TJ T i k sailors from the Werft who were what torture they must have had to IS? J?e ,TurkS-, The 7reh ?a,V Prisoners at interment camps. stand. They were both of great credit uies were always Kceu ior me trip ,Tt . " . frt fia niinfrtr hont f n,r nTAia c When we arrived at Brest the to this country. . wounded were taken from the shin in The American consul iug up uu iuuuucu auu omer tilings 1 . they needed. visited me stretchers and after we had been rest- Quite often and I got to calling him My twelfth trip to the Dardanelles ed for about fifteen minutes on the Sherlock because he asked so many Cuticur a Heals Itching Burning Skin Troubles All druggibti; Somp 26, Ointment 25 and 60, Taleom 2S. Sample ecn free ot "Otuemra, Dept. s, mmflim." AS SHE FELT JUST THEN Woman Had No Occasion to Smile. and Wouldn't Do It to Please Photographer. The village photographer was losing . patience with his lady patron. "Just a , little smile, please, he said, dwelling somewhat on the last word. "A smile adds so much to the artistic effect. The ladV shook her head. "Of course, If you'd rather com menced the artist. 'I would that," came from the direc tion of the head rest "Our one layin hen died this mornin', bacon's gone up tuppence a pound, mother's had a couple of fits, my boy George has Just broke a plate glass window, and my husband is in a military hospital with four or five pounds o lead inside him. If you think I'm goin to look like a Cheshy cat when I'm up against that shower o blessln's you're scratchln the wrong pig. You git on with it natural, mister. London Tit-Bits. Business. The Deacon It Is said that the preacher who mixes business with his religion never succeeds. The Dominie Well, we'll go on pass ing the plate a little longer, anyway. ATONIC (FOR YOUR STOMACH'S SAKp Magic Relief for Bad Stomachs FROST PROOF Cabbage Plants Early Jersey and Charleston Wakefield, Sue cession and Flat Dutch. Bv exoress. 500. SI. 25: 1,000, $2.00; 5,000 at $1.75; 10,000 and up at 81.50, F. O. B. here. By Parcel Post, prepaid, 100, 35c; 500, $1.50 ; 1 ,000, 12.50. Wholesale and retail. D. F. 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So I got the cross wires on the warehouse again and, I said to myself, "This is not for any body, just for luck, because I sure have had plenty of It today.' Then the juice came through the wires and into the charge, and away she went, and up went the second warehouse. That made two directs out of three, and I guess it hurt the Turks some to lose all their ammunition. The officer kissed me before I could duck and slapped me on the back and I keeled over. I was just all in. They brought me to with rum, and they said I was singing when I came to. When they tried to sing, to show me what song it was, I figured it was "Sweet Adeline" they meant. But I ' ci I -l 1- a. t i j3 i a I nnosHnnc Wa tiIoitzmI Iric r rramaa Cassard was doing patrol work at the to the hosPital- On the way those who together, mostly with dice, and had a time in the neighborhood of Cane could leaned out of ambulance and great time generally. After I became Ullie 111 lUe IieigUUOrilOOa OI V--ape - , t , mnrolDCnont ha arminrl Tirlfh V.. Helles. Those of us who had served "au a reai wme wim me P16 aioas ; T-T r on the Peninsula before were thank- tne streets' many f whom ther knew 1,! ine our stars for the snan we were Ior tne Cassard was a Brest ship. And r"" """"w uiuw .ncLwLWL of- course the women and children I what I had seen he got my discharge yelled, "Vive la France !" and were from the service on account of phya glad to see the boys again, ' even lcal inability to discharge the usual though they were badly done up. duties. Alter i naa been at tne nos- Some of our men were bandaged Pltal lor a lime over a montn 1 was which I afterwards heard were the a" over the face and head and it was rg aner a luue pany Werft and Kaiserliche Marine one on nny wnen tney naa to teu their "r "rr ""IVri T 1 ,1 l nnmpa to frina tholrc txtI, "11 lUC 11U1U& UlUVVlUg UUU Ull U1B tne slui uuui u auu uue uu iue uui l. i .k, v i . tt... i .. did nnr rppnrnizp thprrt As snnn ns except my lavunie uirgo xiuw liicj uiiu mauagcu i.u oucan. up X " Wo,1 o off annth. so near us I do not know. They one ofWhe Brest people recognized a , , . friend off he would so to set cisrarettes neriocK arrangea everytnmg than a thousand yards and gave us a and other things for him and some of me-my passage to New York cloth hot time from the start, though with them almost beat us to the hospital. lnS etc- 1 ra UP to St azaire and any kind of gunnery they should have I do not know, of course, just what s grandmother loafed around done for us thoroughly. the surgeons did to me, but I heard 81lcuT"us' j a We came right back at them and that they had my eyeball out on my l "lUfueu w were getting in some pretty good shots. cneeK ior almost two hours. At any t wc i th0 ii.in,h omn rnrrot afflP. rate they saved it. The thieh wounds Georgic for New York. I had three board bow my old hangout and we were not dangerous in themselves and with me fu Jf tninSs 1 had were letting them have it about four u uau not Deen ior tne rougn treat- f " shots every five minutes and scoring ment tney got later on tney wouia oe " .-t, , heavilv Quite healed by this time, I am sure. ,rciC oc'cllu I do not know how long we had been i iiiy think 1 got a little extra at- - feV 7 " V , " T ' r fighting when part of our range finder tentio, in the hospital in many ways, TLT' was carried away. It was so hot, tor tne t rencn were at ail times anx- &v,.w though, and we were so hard at it that ious to show their friendliness to to the loAer of 1 Jtoney went such a little thing like that did not America. .Every time my meals were bother us. It is hot in any gun turret, served there was a little American but I have always noticed that it is flag on the platter and always a large hotter there in the Dardanelles than American flag draped over the bed. I in anv other place. The sweat would had everything I wanted given to me simply cake up on us, until our faces at once and when I was able to, all were just covered with a film of pow- the cigarettes 1 could smoke, which dery stuff. were not many. But the range finder was carried While I was still la bed in the hos- away, and although it looked bad for pita! I received the Croix de Guerre, us I was feeling so good that I vol unteered to go on deck and get an- Fi nance. Father Can you support her In the in to which she has been accus tomed? 'Q'Q r fir there will have to be a transitional penoa. (TO BE CONTINUED.) which I had won at the Dardanelles. The presentation was mada by Lieu- Shrines to Foxes. ' There are numnerless shrines In Japan dedicated to foxes. The badger Is another animal feared by the super stitious Japanese mind. It Is bell, vec to have power to annoy people, and t be able to turn into a priest at will The crying of weasles and of dogs are considered ovil cm n such insignificant hapjeriinss shudder through Vw beav?r .4 3& TT.e real -food elemervfcs of wheat and bar ley so made as io be rich in sugar. ant) ready -to eat from package vrfch milk op cream.7Jtas A Substantial Food and Economical