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JULY 21, 1916.
THE PALATKA PAGE NO. -THREfi Russians Continue ies i ! '".';! Ha ? Ill II ATJlfjifHiii . Successful Drive Germans r - 1 DiWnl teutons rcrceu io ncucu CAPTAIN PAUL K0ENIG. Teutons Driven From Strong Positions la Volhynia GENERAL ALBERT FOCH. :: Html ,V.vff Brought German Merchantman Submarine Deutschland Here. .7 v jOSS CAPTURE 3,000 I French Commander, Leader of Big Offensive on West Front. ALONG EXTENDED FRONT, ttu Inl r iv - Drive Of All ,.fttH,..M....T....u w jU Zj M. -J ITT Stasrsers (S a.i. i;ins cunt Liuio to score linst liolli the Turks and ttio VirHiin F"" " V- r.,ntre Herman Po- "th'hs Northwest of Fortress. Heavy Bombardments Continue. to tup It,- Ten!""--- ii.,M.,h"!':l( I' 1 "' l" . T. !., f 11,,, py 1110 mis-siimo " of liaimtrt, in iiirKisn iviv niiU's souui or me ,t cf Trobizond. IVI1U1 IUC luis.'l.m ion imi, iw Teutonic attacks and tin. 'lentous to rerrear ro nt tl .- ii k oil. More 1 1m n its the capture from the Th ncrtaiir tow Armciitii. Black sf;i In V'"1 ,lrwu have t"!'''1' i.i heii J1 1 . I 1, .. !.. 3,01111 llli'll wo"' captuieu u.i iuc ims- slan. , , . .. Tl,,. lii'iiw li irM M u tr mac nas m-ou miiiL'oll t'"- "' 1,11 mw Ii:is dwindled perceptibly in lUtfiisit-, SlllUluy WIUICSMHB lijoiei.v heavy l),ini!:;irilnioiits on the British (rout fl"'1 eomparauve ciuiu on noes 1,(1,1 by Hie French. In tin1 fi'j-'i"" "r Pi"n 'no i'l-encn to the lion Invest of the fortress have caiitmvil German positions. nnd fjmlnvist of 'I'liiauiiiont, on the east bank f tin- flense, have penetrated German first line trenches. In tin1 south of the Sonmie the Ger- IflllllS, HI SUOIIg iltiunm liiiuiumi nil jpr rover of a fog. captured La Mni Eonoto anil ihe village of r.iaohes, while farther south they iienetrated first liJio l-'r-in-li tronciios. From all these iiliiee- t ey were driven out later by tin- French in heavy couiiter- attai'ks. la the Champagne region there is ngaiu groat activity by the Freneli troops, who are being aided In tlielr maneuvers by the Russians who recently came to Trance. Berlin tells of the repulse at four British iittie-Ks Saturday afternoon in the resiun of Ovillers and P.nzontin-le-Pet it. wliil" the London war office ailmits the withdrawal to the Hrltish main line oi a ioree mat nan noon thrown forward to the Foureaux wood anil was engaged in improving the tew Jlritisli positions. Diarrhoea Quickly Cured. About two years ago I had a were attack of diarrhoea which sted for over a week." writes W. C. Jones, Buford, N. D. "I became so weak that I could not stand upright. A druggist recommended Chamber lains L'ohc, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. The first dose relieved me ar.d within two days I was well as ever." Obtainable everywhere. ),0: U.S. Mav Exports Total $472 00' Ann rii a!! rvenrts fur May re el - tntnl of s IT". 000. 000, exceed;: by JOl.diiu.tiiMi the previous high r. Wil fur Ma v. The total exports foi the year eliding with May wen RlM.lino.iiiHi. imports for May also broke all previous records, tlic total being .:'0,000,000. Permanent Dry Russia. IVrnuiui'M prohibition for all Rus sia was a strong probability today, following the passage by the duiiia of a hill prohibiting the sale of drink containing more than (, per cent al'i'liui. tiu, upper house and the ar have yet to pass the measure. I OWE MYHEALTH T Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg etable Compound. jrashir.-ton Park, 111. "T an tV fered with feninl" trouble, hnckech.-, nervous Fpells anc the blues. My chil dren's loud talking and romping would make ine so nervous I could just tear every thinrjr to pieces and I would ache all over and feel so sicl; that I would not 0 rno "miii. uiiii.,1; iu mi. i iW ;..JiaE: rinkham'8 ky ,v "l'uuim ana Liver ruts re frou im,tt0hu:'Uh QnJ 1 wnt to thank lave rood thl'y have done mo. I rorrv !,,; a Llt of trouble and lt..i.'.uul't dot's not n(T..- Lk . WJ friends snv 4 Whv dn von to the f'Tg lnd Wo" ? ' I owe it all tl "dla E. Pinkham remedies." Khinl T- Stopif-L. Moore Avenue, I ""'ngton Park, lliinni mm Tsri .. . .... ; L . - r ?! Photo by American Press Association. EDRAL Nill Not He Rqalrcd Until Sever;;! Years Alter War linds. '-st ginger snap that ever t3 O v7 imn: - ' A f " V-l WWW iwi-.....' Kg! Everybody!! vuZu! EatZuZul The crisp- ginger r si a line to the nearest grocer t a whole packageful for BISCUIT COMPANY t ZtJ Zi Zu Zu Zu Zu Su Za Russian Drive Greater Than E Iiheillls paired fur closes, iiei French govi'rtmieiit. Cathedral will not be re "everal years after the war "filing to the plans of the as nut lined by Teuton Lines Shattered by RUSSIANS MAKE ADVAECt On Eastern Front Teirtunic Forces Im ported Retiiic. in (i;jal Disorder. Benin Is Aniuus Over Advance tl the Russians. the Paris Petit .luiirual. This is the wonderful Cuthie struc ture, centuries old. which had few rivals in beauty of architectural de sign and linish. Its fairy fa brie wa, laid in dust by the rain of (lerniaa' shells when the French city oi, liheinis was subjected to the terriliil bombardment last fall. j 'I'll is cathedral was not only cole, j brated throughout lairepe for iH beauty and grandeur, but for t li H ' historic associations connected wiih it. Here many of the French kings were crowned prior to the l!evo-i llition, and here the celebrated .loan of Arc sheathed in the armor of a French knight of the period, witnessed the crowning of one of the Freneli nionn rclis. i Irive ot Russian armies lorn front T!: nlmig: the whole of ihe i :: is greater than ever. Apparently it is (.weeping on with iucnasii pow- r. The Russians have cross -il li.e oe '. linil river in their opcr.it ions a;, tii.st the town of Kovi'l. a most ;.:ipi :!a!:l stra i v ;:'. I point, and have i pliiieil a number of vlllngis aloug tl:e H ie of the Kiivel-Sariiey r;"r'.-l. I'l'iogr.id dUjTt.-li.s say tha' t'ie Sto:. i-.'d has l;e:u! ( at whi. h lies a fi ,v mill - ai; h i ml!"" "il. "ill I he Aic: l i. in . stati ti nt iii.'iki s iiit-!tti:i I'-: at S i-byel'Wii. lying w-; .f i!.- hod. wliieh imlii'.Mes tl' have ero-i-.d the miles 1 1 1 I' !:e,",st of il line, tin ri I'nre, il ! y is a vi" v i x ' 'io Associated Press ro-rail says that i I'ver-'d along tie he Anstrn I German L'-Roat .Makes Voya;;e Across the Atlantic. j Hearing a message from Kniperor; William, of Cermany. to President Wilson, running the gauntlet of In- J numerable dangers from sea mines, sea sweepers and enemy warships; nnd bringing a cargo of dye-stuffs.! chemicals and maiJ, the Cermati un-i dor-sea merchantman, the Iieutseh-1 land, quietly slipped into Chesapeake' lia v. savs a dispatch from Old Point,: Va. It was the completion of a 4.000 mile sea voyi'Ke, the longest and most hazardous ever ntteinpted by any sub marine. The rieutsehlanil left a Herman port on June 23, and although she en countered n number of merchant ships and one warship, she easily es caped detection by submerging, commander said. He declared the vovage was uneventful. sum T at I'eT. tack ib I line, wh engaged vol line the lius fieial Ki 'il the riv" r Kuril i til's hd on I'e. lius- Jicilt T'ie mm PROGRESS 217,000 Teutons Taken by Forces of Czar. While the liifssians report progress south of the Dniester river, in (!ali cia. the Austrii-Oormans claim the capture of Russian works west and northwest of Lutsk, especially in the vicinity of Sokuh Volhynia. Maintaining their drive against the Austrlans in Calieia in the region of Kolomea, the Russians have captured many villages. Northwest of Kimpo. lung. Buliowiiia. the Russians already are in the mountains and they report the seizure of several strong positions, Attacks on Cerman troops in the rd prion of the I.ipa river were repulsed with heavy losses. Petrograd asserts, The Herman troops nude:' General von I.insingen have taken Russian po sitions west of Kolkoi and southwest of Sokiil. Fighting is in progress southwest of I.utsk. General von Linsingcn's forces since .Tune 111 havii captured 20 oflieers and rt.l (i." men. Petrograd reports the number of pris. oners taken from June 4 to Juno Ml), inclusive, as L'1 7,000 officers and men. 'j.-,vuoy;---V'f.i--Xl.-: .-.: Entente Allied Drive Begun Against German Trenches, Leveled After Seven Day Bombardment Million Shots Were Fired Daily. eucli troops, thrown at offensive againstl on both sides of tin1 ity miles north on 4 ver OFFENSIVE JUST BEGUN .ii i i ddl! e at - : LAST OF WAR (?) tin in defending netted a clcai sians of tii'teeli ssjati ilispatchi'S ern spoi I Sllllll'is Sari'.v-Kov.l eriuaus were KiivnoKo advance to miles, sav that In ( it- the forces Lower Stokhod are ret inng m . the reat Teutonic disorder. Beauty More Than Skin Deep. A beautiful woman always has Rood digestion. If your digestion is faulty, Chamberlain's Tablets will do you good. Obtainable everywhere. Help We have a s; first-class eeiui can't fit them, Wanted. ; !.'i:;!iil answer for a drum, but somehow which is: One looks the that after the niarria-e ti er alters the nianiei a minister an I a in" : Philadelphia L d '.. : and the oth We suspect are involved Present Great Drive Mav Result Peace Overtures. Neutral Kuropean diplomats bclievo that the pnsent great drive of the Al lies against the Central empire will bn the last of the war. One neutral diplomat said: "The .allied powers have been pro paring for this drive for more than a year and Germany, aware of thcit activities, has prepared to meet it, with the result that the two sides, with their millions of men. are en gaged in what will prove to be a sc ries of decisive battles. "The outcome of this drive will re sult in peace overt ures. "If the Germans are overwhelmed by the enormous armies sweeping against Iheni. there will come posi tive peace proposals from I'erlin. "The Allies will be ready to partici pate in peace negotiations if they fail to crush Germany in this, their max imum effort." TENNESSEE TRAGEDIES. Fourth Claimed Several Victims In That State. James Denny, a prominent farmer of Sequatchie county, and James Knight, a deputy of the same county, were fatally wounded in a Fourth of July celebration at Pikeville, Temi. Penny was shot by the otliecr after he had resisted arrest. Knight was, shot clown by Walter Whaling. Den-, ny's cousin. Asa Condra was shot and fatally; wounded by Sam Thompson, a ilep- j t,. t wiiiuvetl. Teiin.. during the; Independence day celebration there Canning Club Department I iiiiiliirii'il ly MISS JOSEPHINE 11 TN All lOlNTY IIOM! LI MOJiSTK ATION .UiKNT iff,f?e:li British Pressing Every Point Against Central Powers. The entente allied offensive on the western front is only in its beginning. declared Premier Asuuiih in an nouncing in tlic house of commons that the government had decided lo ask workers to forego their August holidays because of the demand for lit ii ii i 1 ions in France. lie expressed conviction that the workmen wou'd co-operate in this plan so as to make It plain to Great P.ritain's foes that the offensive in its present intensity of bombardment and assault, would, if necessary, be "continued indefi nitely." The premier also announced that by royal proclamation the August bank holidays would lie postponed nnd he appealed ti all classes for post ponement of all holidays until fur ther and definite progress of the of fensive had been secured. U-BOATJfVARFARE Revival of German Submarine Ac tivity Reported. There has been a revival of Ger man submarine activity. Three Iiril ish fishing boats have been sunk in the North sea. All the crews were allowed to leave in boats except in the case of one fisherman, on which the skipper was killed and two of the crew wounded by shots. It is of ficially announced that a British mine sweeper was hit and damaged by a torpedo in the North sea. A report from Christiania says that, a German submarine attacked the Norwegian steamer Petronelle off Fnr sund, tho submarine firing three shots without, however, damaging the steamer. Benefited by Chamberlain's Liniment. "Last winter I used Chamberlain's Liniment for rheumatic pains, stiff ness and soreness of the knees, and can conscientiously say that I never used anything that did me so much (rood." Edward Craft, Elba, N. Y. Obtainable everywhere. I'rilish and Fi forward in a gn the ( lerman lines River Somnie. s Paris, have penetrated at one point to' a depth of ijve miles, taken several villages and eapinred a labyrinth ofl trenches extending to a depth of l.Oiili yards on a front of seven I ii I lie di n e, tlic most spectacular in this ri gjon since the P.nli-.h eapliirul Loos last September, began after the German trenches had been subjected to a hail of shells from guns of every caliber for days. Progress has been reported along the out ire front of about twenty-live miles. The greatest siieciss gained by the Rrilish was on the right. In tlib center they captured what are desig nated in the oliieial report as "many strong points." along a front of four miles. Put north of the Anere valley to Gonimeeiuirt, powerful counter-attacks by the Germans have resulted in forcing the P.rilish back from va. rioits sections of the ground gained in their first onslaughts. Tlic town of Albert was the start ing point for one of the fiercest thrusts, the P.rilish advancing from east of the town to Montauban, morn than five miles away. Resides Mou fanban and Serre. the villages of Ile btiterne, Lal'.oisclle and Neinetss have been captured. Two thousand Ger man prisoners have passed through the I'ritish collecting stations. In co-operation with the Rritish, the French initiated a strong offen sive. South of the Somme they cap tured four villages, ami north of that river they established themselves iu the neighborhood of Ilardeeourt and Curlu. The entente allied drive was begun against German trenches, leveled after a seven-day bombardment, in which more than 1.00(1,(100 shots daily had been fired. The allies are now on the offensive in practically every field of war. The Rritish assault comes on the heels of the great successes won by the Rus sians in Galieia and Ilukowina, which have resulted in completely driving the Austria ns from Rukowinn. On the Italian front, the central powers have also met with severe reverses, and for several days the Italians have been steadily driving the Austrlans from positions in the Trentino. UTILE GERMAN BID Seven of Eitfht Members Have Eaten Last Sauerkraut. Pittsburg's little German band is no more. When the war broke out Its eight members joined the German navy. Seven have been killed in action. The sole survivor, Herman Koedel, a mem ber of the German merchant subma rine Deutsehlnml's crew, has Just written to Captain of Detectives Ar chibald Mackrell, at Pittsburg, telling' of the deaths of his seven comrades.1 Koedel writes that after being dis- abled in the naval service he entered the merchant marine and is now at tached to the Deutschland. Don't Make Curiosty Telephone Calls lle-ir Club Girls and Housekeepers: j flattened I Pinkham " e .... "iiime tronbl., From f 1 1 y wman who Buffers fekache or t" l.,UWes. nervousness, rswritt. r s C0UIJ 8ee tne Iet F4 E. PinJl y .'onun made we hy Ly- Ifv v stable Compound. W ilson Burned in Efligy. Mexican mobs have burned l resi- dent Wilson iu elligy in many towns j f tt, si.ite of Michoactin, according ' ' to Frank P. Smith, an American en- gineer who tied from Mexico to save j his life. He stated that starvation, ! attributed by CarrmizisU ollientls to an American embarto on ioo.i. !"' valent iu Michoaeau and that the na tives have threatened to kill all ciu gens of the Fniled State. ; and in with an louhav... 1 : a Wnnia i-, ' symptom about which -" nie to U,., . -''aF p: , , lo know write to tho lss-. for hi,? w"sne Co., Lynn, ge. 'pful advice given free of eave on Thursday July 20th, for mv vacation, to be gone iwo I expect to spend my vacation at Nashville, Tenn., where I will attend i'caboily Institute taking up a Domes tic Science Course. Three weeks ago i puonsueu m'tielo on "Canning m tin, u,;- inn T am following it article on "Canning in Glass." Canning in Glass. The 'teps 1, 2 and 3, under "Can ning in Tin," are aso to be followed when packing in glass. Steri Use )ars bv pacing them in a vessel, side down, overing with cold water, bringing to a boil and boiling for. 15 minutes. Packing After selecting fruit or vegetables for uniformity in size and quality, it should be arranged with reference to symmetry and the be.,t ithin the jar. Jn Had Been There Before. Dasher had evidently had experi ence. Lasher "We're going to have anmA nmatfiur theatricals at my npxt week and a big suppo ward. Can you be there?" "Ob, I'll be there, old man I may be late." iin or rne soacc wui"" - placing the fruit or vegetable m a iar a thin, slender flexible paddle made out of cane is useful. This paddle U.NM - i...i.l.ln rtf nif nous ouoo'" - ':-tnT bubbles r alter- , m "dded to the each jar. Place label on asher- alter tne mi""' - . side of the jar Pa but er pack the cap Adjusting the Ca,,-r!ofore placing be sure mat m in its groove, without the presence ot any seea or parucie oi the fruit. When a screw-top jar is used, screw the cap evenly about half way; when a glass-top jar with wire clamp is used, place the lid on even ly and raise both clamps up, the up per one fastened to hold the lid in place. Processing Place the jars in a wa ter bath on a rack (a wooden one is good) to avoid breaking. Have the water the same temperature as the contents, letting' it come to within 2 inches of the tops of the jars. Have a tight cover for the vessel to keep in the steam. Do not count time un til the water begins to boil; keep it boiling steadily for the time required. Seal the jars anr-tight promptly at end of processing and remove them from the ath, being careful not to allow a cold draft to strike them. In intermittent processing, raise the clamp of each jar at the beginning of each processing to allow for ex pansion. Seal at close of each pro cessing. Store products in a cool dry dark place. Before labeling wash and polish the plain jar midway between the TELEGRAPH CO. seams one-fourth inch from lower edge. I Ppcauje 2.000 tdle cuTio.iiv sttkerf tn Btnfttam- ton asked 'Centnl' wliure the rir was, ao emergency call for an amliul.ace was hr Id up lor nearly 1 5 min utes and t"i:s di-U? resulted in tlie death ol . Physicians say that hd the ambulance been lecured at ouce 't liie might hive been saved." lifmiru Ativcrluer. SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE AND "T is beyond the bounds of possibility to answer promptly tne mass oi cu riosity telephone calls that threaten to swamp our ex changes every time there is a large fire. Calls for physicians, the am bulance or the police, held up at such times might result in the loss of human life. For your protection, as well as for the protection of your neighbors, we ask you not to call the telephone operator merely out of curiosity. After all, she has no more informa tion than you have. L