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ALLMAN CAN'T LOSE TOM DUFF EVEN ON
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A tnapshop of Waltl Allman, craaidr of "Doings of the Duffs," on his
vacation, Willie i an snthusiastio golfer.
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Will C. Diffenderf er
THE HOUSE OF RELIABLE GOODS
14 South Palafox Street
The Ready-to-Wear Store
If It's New You
Will Find It Here t
9 anl 11 South' Palafox
"I'm through with this guy Allman,
Helen. If I ever play golf with him
again my name 'ain't Tom Duff."
"Why. what's the matter Tom?"
i "Well, it's Just this way, I took on
Allman for a nickle a hole this morn-
teenth and he sliced his drive into the
rough. He can't play golf anyway.
"I sneaked over when he went after
the ball. He had a rotten lie all right.
His ball was in a little hole. He
couldn't of dug it out with a shovel.
"'Nobody lookingY'he said, and dug
out the ball and put it where he could
get a good swipe at It.
"Well, he beat me and I'm off him
"Well. Tom," said Helen, 'Txe no
ticed that about the best golf friend
you have 18 old General Alibi."
NO BOOZE FOR
MRS. STEVENS, PROHI. SPEAKER,
SAYS SIMILAR CARE SHOUL BE
TAKEN TO KTEP LIQUOR FORM
BOYS WHEN WAR IS OVER.
"If Uncle Sam sees fit to protect
his fighters from the use and influence
of liquor, American citizens cannot bo
more patriotic than to ee that these
same boys are protected here from
such influences, when they return from
the front at the end of the war."
This was the leading thought in the
speech made by Mrs. M. O. Stevens
of St. Augustine who addressed an
audience of several hundred people in
front of the Elks club building at "S
o'clock last night. Mrs. Stevens will
speak again tonight on the same topis
An Over-Ripe Tomato ;
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quickly as possible. Get a bo'lle of
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safe and sure remedy for Summer Diar
rhoeas. It Is Just ss effective for Adults
as for Children. Adv.
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In Addition to Orchestra
THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. FRIDAY MORNING, UGUST 'SO, 1918,
You Are the Food Adminis
tration, You Are the Red
Cross, and You Are Doing
- Wonderful Work. '
Do you ever get tired of savins
Do you sometimes follow the
Food Administration's requests a
Do you ever ask yourself.
"What's the use 7"
You wouldn't be human if you
didn't. Sacrifice doesn't corns
naturally, it is something you must
. i learn.
You have heard that the food
you save means life to those across
the waters. Perhaps you haven't
believed this. It Is true.
"The food you do not use at the
request of the. Food Administration,
saves the lives, daily, of thousands
of refugees in Italy. France, Serbia,
Belgium and other war stricken
- countries, where the American Rd
Cross, through Its food distribution
organization, is making good its
title f "The Greatest Mother of
You play a greater part than you
will perhaps ever know. Surely
you will never quite be able to real
ize It. For after all, YOU are the
'Food Administration. YOU are the
Red Cross, and it is YOU, in tho
spirit, who serve milk, meat, and
.bread to whole nations, who are the
innocent victims of the war.
' This story ehows what happete to
'the food saved over here, when the
.Red Cross distributee It over there.
In Italy and France. -
And as you read, remember that
ft la YOU who were there in the
Massimo, at Palermo. In Italy; that
It wee the food YOU eared that
enabled the Ill-nourished four-year--
old, who had never walked, to take
hie first tottering steps; and that it
Is to YOU that the final tribute
will be made not only In history,
.but In higher record.
' "We are in Italy.
( The scene la In Palermo, at a
'publio building which Is called the
. Massimo. It is three o'clock . on
mnd& f Lernoon. the hjour and
at the Elks club. Should there be rain,
she will speak at the city hall.
Mrs. Stevens came here under the
auspices of the Florida W. C. T. U. and
Is engaged with other speakers in at
tempting to create a "dry" Florida at
the coming election this fall. She is at-'
so in favor or the national amendment
to the constitution providing for a
After tracing American ideals and
history and the principals of the con
stitution. Mrs. Stevens said, "Foreign
born people come to America mostly
for the liberty offered here. Mony and
social conditions attract them, but
nothing so much as liberty. America
is giving her greatest gift when she
is sending her boys by thousands to
France to fight for this same liberty.
"If the government prohibits the use
of alcoholic liquors among the troops
why should we not also aid In increas
ing their vigor and sustaining their
health by following the standard Set
by the government?"
The speaker quoted scientists and
other authorities to prove her asser
tions as to the effect of liquor as a
poison on the system, and said that
America Is awakening to the dangers
for the liberty offered here. Money and
unanimous for the abolition of the
liquor traffic. Besides making Ameri
ca safe for the boys when they come
back, Mrs. Stevens said the voting of
liquor from out the country would aid
in the better baby campaign and every
other efTort being exerted by the gov
ernment for the good of the people.
ST. LOUIS LIVESTOCK.
St. Louis. Aug. 29. Hogs Receipts
S500; higher. Lights. 19.7020.00;
pigs. 14.60 19.00; mixed and butchers,
19.6020.05; good heavy, 19.2020.05;
Cattle Receipts. 5000;" steady. Na
tive, beef steers, 11.5018.25: yearling
steers and heifers, S.oO'SlS.SO; cows.
7.50 12.50; stockers and feeders. 8.50
12.00; beef cows and heifers, 7.50(3
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ViORKW?- TMR RED-CROS
day set for the distribution of food
by the American Red Cross. (Re
member, food from America, that
you didn X eat because YOU, as tho
Food Administration, decided would
he better in Italy.)
The families of the soldiers at the
front are about to receive their
weekly portions. Mothers with
strained faces, and thin, fret
ful babies, are waiting for their
share of YOUR food. Here is an
old woman, she might be your own
grandmother. tottering as she
stands, mumbling with tears . and
many head shakes of her hunger.
Her nearest ' neighbor talks about
the dried beef In the big room up
stairs, and the thin old lips quiver,
and the . tears trickle down her
withered cheeks. If she came to
your door today, would you turn
her away empty handed? Bhe s at
your door now, and hundreds like
There, on the "stairway, too big
to be carried, for he is four, Is a
little boy who until a week ago
never walked, because he had never
tiered Soap on anything
that pure water will not
nann. a ne dirt just rolls
on. it s wonderful.
'No chipping", slic
ing or wasting of
bar soap when
GRANDMA is at
rua (lf-aatrmst s i
Powdered SO A P
Ask Your Grocer For It!
15.00; native calves. 7.7515.25.
Sheep Receipts 2000; steady. Lambs
14.0017.00; ewes. 11.0012.00.
DR. LIVINGSTON K
.. THE SPECIALIST
What I Say I'll Do. I
Second Floor. Masonic Temple,
North Palafox, Just Above Isla
Millinery and Ready-to-Wear
Notice to Ice Consumers
Our wagons are equipped with scales
and consumers will please exast correct
weight and report any discourtesy of
drivers to office. Phones 59 or 259.
Southern Utilities Co.
THE WAR FOR FREEDOM !"
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had enough to eat in the last two
years of his life.
Now only the "rlchlamati," the
proven relatives of men fighting at
the front, whose affairs have been
investigated, and who have been
given a buono, or ticket, can be ad
mitted to the Massimo. They
crowd eagerly In, the unfortunate
ones outside, Just as hungry, just as
deserving, but who cannot prove
that their relatives are at the front,
or that there is illness in the fam
ily, are shut out. Even with all
you are doing, many are left hun
American beef, American rice,
and American condensed milk, are
plied high on the tables. . The meat
is out up into portions, and the
rice Is done up into small pack
ages. One can of eondenssd ml!k
goes for each "baby. (Remember
that YOU save all of this YOU
and you next door neighbor.)
The tickets are preaenttd, the
food is given out. The mother with
the four-year-old lingers over her
allotment. Bhe bluhe and tries to
If glasses will help
you do more or bet
ter work, it is your
duty to yourself and
country to wear
Please call phone
72 0 8 for appoint
ment. All Lenses Ground in
Our Own Laboratory
"We Understand Eyes"
22 South Palafox 30
"Let Us Make You Make
Good With a Kodak."
REYNALDS MUSIC HOUSE
Will Furnish Music Throughout the Evening.
J XT. S. Food Art mlitiitnttitta.
It Is You Who, in Spirit, Send
Milk, Meat and Bread to
Whole Nations of War
talk. Then 6he sets her small sbn
up on his legs. One of the Red
Cross delegates holds out her hands,
and everyone is breathless while
the young man walks the distance
of five feet, alone, for the first time
in his life of four years! (Alone?
No not exactly, YOU had him by
the hand, although the others could
And now we are In France.
You know what the war news Is.
A German advance is told of In a
few. words in the newspapers. But
in actual life it means not only the
operations at the front and their
reactions upon the relatives of the
men engaged but it means, to mul-i
titudes of French people. DEVAS
TATION. Were you ever "burnt out?"
What was the first thing that your,
friends and neishbors did fnr vmi?
They FED you.
France has been burnt out. Nnt
only are you her neighbor, but you
are her acknowledged friend. And
you are feeding her.
When the Oerman thrust nf
March forced the Franco-British
retirement alonsr the Komm nl
the Oise, scores of thousands of the
frencn were made homeless. They
choked the roads leading westward
from St. Quentin, Noyon, Montdidi
er and ether towns. Just nfctur
the people in your town turned out
neck and crop with their hounthnM
goods on their backs and you will'
Know now tney looked. Walk for
twenty miles with your heart
Broken, and your stomach empty,
and you will know how thev folt. ,
How were they kept alive? By
food. And where did they ret thV
food? From Red Cross canteens,
established all along the WRary
Calvary. And where did the food'
come from? From YOU. from
From YOU. (And was It YOU
who whispered "What's the U9e?"j?
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of kidney diseases. Pains in tho back
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BICYCLES, GUNS, REGISTERS,
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NEW DRY GOODS STORE
31 South Palafox Street
The Parlor Market
"Horns of All That's Pure"
Fresh Western Meats
POULTRY. EGGS AND GREEN
fnlDSCELL ARiEOQJS SiPC2TS
has just arrived
& Reese Co.
Knit Sacques, Caps, Sweat
ers, Bonnets, Bootees, Mitts
TO BE ERECTED
IMPROVEMENTS WILL BE ON
PROPERTIES RECENTLY AC
QUIRED IN WEST PENSACOLA
BY THE EITZEN-TOUART CO.
Lumber warehouses which will cost
in the neighborhood of 1100,000 are to
be erected by the Est2i-Tonart. com
pany on land which they recen. pur
chased between the CI. F. & A. and G.
M. & X. o. railroads in the western
part of Pensacola. This addition to
the city's industries was announced
yesterday by Guy Kltxen of the com-
Most of the land IJirr t-eivTeen the
two railroads has been purchased by
the company and work will begin o:i
I the erection of the bisr warehouses a
fast as material nnd labor cun be se
cured for the undertaking. The com
p'any does not contemplate the erection
of apartment houses on their property,
to relieve local hous;:;3 congestion,
as has been rumored, according to Mr.
The lumber plant of the exporting
firm 13 to be located on the now rail
road line connecting Tensacola with
Mobile, and offlcla'.s of the Eltzen
Touart company are much Interested
in the progress of construction on the
railroad, practically all of , tht $100.
000 . which ' had to be Subscribed bv
local capital eto meet the $400,000 ad
vanced for the venture by the govern
ment, has been t ubscrwd. The line
local capital to meet the $00,000 ad-
connections between Pensacola and
1 Many hundred thousand feet of lum
I ber can be housed In. the hi? ware
houses which the Kitzen-Touart com
pany will build and with extensive
building operations contemplated by
the government in this vicinity. th
supply of Irmbtr will be availib!?.
The Eiti-en-Touart company have been
exporters of lumber and the v.are
houses may figure in their export trad
when norma! chipping conditions have
been resumed. ,
Grove's Baby P.oivH !tclic!nr
aids Difrosion, relieves Sour Slonnch,
f diarrhoea end Flux. It is Just as eff-vi-!vt!
for adults as for children. Per
"ectly harmless. Adv.
IT SAYS HERE !
For a Breakfast, or
Lunch, that will delight the
palate of the epicurian, pay,
a visit to the
"Coffee Best in the City !"
Palafox and Romana Sts.
Every taste may be satis
5c Car Fare to Any Point in the City.
Dancing Starts 3 p. m.
ADMISSION, 25 CENTS.