THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, MONDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 2, 1916.
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MONDAY and TUESDAY
LAST TWO DAYS OF THE ,
MARK DOWN SALE ; 0
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Felt Brimmed Hats, solid colors,. . .$1.45
Combination Felt Hats ........ . . . . ..... .$1.85
Skirts at ,$2.45, $3.45; $4.45, $5.45
The Quality Shop
78 EAST WRlbHT STREET.
WHY PAY MORE?
? The fair is occupying the atten
tion of the canning clubs 'at- pres
ent, according to Mis3 Lonny Lan
drum, home demonstration agent, and
all of the members are engaged in
preparing their record books of the
crops this year. These books form aj
story of the work, and presents a
complete history of the particular
crop it has reference to.
The keeping of the books is a part
of the canning club work, for an ex
hibit without the story is not consid
ered complete. Entries are made for
pearly every day and record the num
ber of cans, as well as the condition
of the crop and the general condi
tions which affected it.
This season, of course, the entry of
July 5, will be given undue promi
nence, for the storm of that day very
nearly crippled the work for the sum
mer.. But as soon as it was over the
girls set about planting other crops
and it is expected that the exhibits
this year will compare favorably with
those of former years. .
Any article that can be delivered on a wheel
anywhere in the city, 10 cents. Phone 218 or 1363.
CHARLES MAYES AND DOYLE DRIVER
All Spring Suits" and N. WEILAND
Dresses at Half Price has' moved to
and less. N Palafox and Intendencia.
LA MODE , Come See Us.
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More Proof that Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound Relieves Suffering.
Chicago,' UL. "I suffered from a bad
case of female ills. Lydia E. Pinkham's
pound was recom
mended and I took
about six bottles.
It fixed me up all
right. The common
symptoms of such a
when walking, irri
tation, bearing do wn
pains and backache,
nervousness and dis
soon passed away. I look much better
now than I did before, and I recommend
the Compound every time for female
troubles, as it did for me all it is claimed
to da You have my permission to pub
lish this letter." Mrs. J. May, 3543 S.
Lincoln St, Chicago, 111.
If you have any of the symptoms men
tioned in Mrs. May's letter, remember
what Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound did for her, and try it your
self. It is a good old-fashioned medi
cine, made from roots and herbs, and it
has helped countless numbers of women.
If you need special advice, write
to Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine
Co. (confidential), Lynn, Mass.
Your letter will be opened, read
and answered by a woman, and
held in strict confidence.
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Marianna, Fla., Oct. 1. Marianna
won a hotly contested game from
Chipley Friday afternoon by a score
of 1 to 0.
This was the last game of the sea
son in the Tri-County League.
Not a score was made until the
eighth inning. Zellars beat out a
bunt to first, reached second on Cone
ly's sacrifice and scored on Price's
drive to deep center.
Batteries: Bonifay and Alford; Ful
ton, Zellars and McCorvey.
Monday the postseason series will
be begun between Marianna and Boni
fay, the winners in the first and sec
ond halves of the series respectively.
Beginning at Bonifay the games will
alternate daily at Bonifay and Mar
ianna, ending on Friday at "Chipley.
Much interest in this five-games
play-off is being shown.
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Stop Wishing You Had Electric
Light in Your Home Wire,
for Electricity Today
You can enjoy the comfort, convenience and economy
of Electric Light right away by having your 4iome wired
Your family will have plenty of use for good light this
Fall and Winter. The children need pure, glareless Jight
for studying; your wife, mother and daughter deserve easy,
white light for sewing; and you will want a steady, safe
light for reading.
Matzda Electric light fills all these requirements. It
is three times as bright as the light from old-style carbon
lamps but costs no more. It requires no matches or atten
tion is on or off with the press of a button.
The help of a score or more of Electrical appliances is
available in your household as scon as your home is wired.
TELEPHONE 2010 AND ASK FOR AN ESTIMATE ON
WIRING YOUR HOME. IT'S FREE AND YOU ARE
UNDER NO OBLIGATION.
Pensacola Electric Company
AUDITING COMMITTEE OF
GULF BEACH HIGHWAY
After a month's work on the Gulf
Beach Highway, ending Saturday, the
committee in charge of the work, has
submitted a report on the expeditutes
which have bo far been made. Aa the
money which is being used to carry on I
the work was subscribed by the peo
ple of Pensacola, the manner, in which
it has been disbursed is therefore of
interest to all who contributed to the
The itemized statement, which fol
lows, shows the amount of, money re
quired to construct the road, and the
committee emphasizes the necessity of
being unhampered by the lack of
funds. Many of the subscribers have
paid the money to the committee, but
in order to continue the work and
carry the road to a successful com
pletion, it is imperative that the com
mittee have sufficient funds to com
plete the road.
To this end all persons who sub
scribed to the fund for building the
road are urged to pay their subscrip
tions immediately, for upon them de
pends the continuation of the work.
While no general campaign for addi
tional money will be inaugurated, the
committee requests all who wish to
add to their formes; contributions to
do so at once, or any other parties
who were not in the city at the time
of the campaign. The amount makes
no diference, the large sum collected
in the early summer was made up
of subscriptions from ten cents to
fifty dollars. The road is for all of
Pensacola and all of Pensacola is call
ed upon to help build it.
The Gulf Beach Highway will make
Pensacola a great summer resort, and
the development of the city is of
great importance to every person in
it. Are you doing your bit to help ?
FoDowing is the report of the audit
Auditing Committee's Reports.
Pensacola, Fla., Sept. SO, 1916.
Financial statement of the Gulf
Beach Highway Committee : "
July 15, Cash in bank ..... .$2,888.02
Aug. 7, Deposit
Aug. 14, Deposit .......
Aug. 31 Deposit
Sept. 6 Deposit
Total Cash . , . $2,983.02
July 17, H. W, Gibbs Harware
Company $ 9.S0
July 22, gall Book & Novelty
July 22, B. F. King, Boat Hire . 12.50
Aug. 10 Mayes Printing Com
pany, letter heads, etc., ... 7.85
Aug. 10. .Y. M. C. A. (Cam-
Constipation Dulls Your Brain.,
That dull, listless, oppressed feeling
is due to impurities in your system,
sluggish liver, clogged intestines. Dr.
King's New Life Pills give prompt
relief. A mild, easy, non-griping
bowel movement will tone up your
system and help to clear your muddy,
pimply complexion. Get a bottle of
Dr. King's New Life Pills today at
your Druggist, 25c A dose tonight
will make you cheerful at breakfast.
The . housewife's de
Jight. Strictly high grade
and uniform quality.
Phone for a Can.
Like getting back home
' they satisfy !
Thanksgiving with the old folks et home it does
satisfy! For your smoking, Chesterfields do the
same thing they satisfy !
But Chesterfields are MILD, too that's the
wonder of it. . - . .
Don't expect this new cigarette enjoyment satisfy,
yet mild) from any cigarette but Chesterfields, be
cause no cigarette maker can copy the Chesterfield
blend an entirely new combination of tobaccos and'
the biggest discovery in cigarette making in 20 years.
"Give me a package of those cigarettes that SATISFY. "
10 for Be
AUo ickod20 Sax 1 0
paign expenses) .......... 5.25
Sept. 16 J. D. Nored, for auto
Sept. 9 Abbott Garage, auto re
pairs Sept. 16 H. W. Gibbs Hard
Sept. 16 Forbes, Quigley &
Morgan . .v
Sept. 16 A. M. Avery & Son . .
Sept. 16 Morgan Stables
Sept. 16 B. C. Duval
Sept 16 W. A. Ray Hardware
Sept. 16 A. H. McLeod & Com
pany, tents for camp
Sept. 16 Payroll two weeks,
ending Sept 15 .
Sept. 18 Richards and wife,
purchase of clap pfe 25.00
Sept. 20 Pattillo CaopbelL ref
eree, mailing . notices" ...... 20.00
Sept. 21 Forbes, Quigley &
Morgan M 4.50
Sept 22 A. M. Avery & Son . .' 2.88
Sept. 27 Stephen Lee , . . 25.00
Sept. SO Payroll, two weeks,
ending Sept. 29 487.53
Sept. SO J. S. Gaston, salary "
and expenses for Aug 174.06
Sept. SO T. W. Harris, for sup
Plies . 9.65
Sept. SO Cash in bank . . : . . .$1,683.68
(Signed) , , j
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H. P. BALL, '
O. J. SEMMES,
Auditing Com. '
Head-off That All-Winter Cough.
At the first sign of sore throat,
tight chest or stuffed-up head take a
dose of 'Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey.
The healing pine-tar, soothing hone?
and glycerine quickly relieve the con
gestion, loosen the phlegm, and break
up your cold. Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey
has all the benefits of the heal
ing aroma from a pine forest, it is
pleasant to take and antiseptic The
formula on the bottle tells why it re
lieves colds and coughs. At your
Druggist, 25cv Adv.
Dr. Lischkoff is out of the
HOTEL LAST NIGHT
Sunday evening at 7 o'clock, while
most people were at church, or the
moving pictures, or otherwise en
gaged, little Dan Cupid, aided ty a
congressman, a congressman-elect, an
obliging notary public, a perfectly
willing pair of victims and some other
interested spectators, was getting in
his work at the San Carlos hotel. J
In the parlors at the hotel last
night, Mr. Earl Leroy Corwin and
Miss Kunigunda Popp were united in
marriage, Miss Nellie B. Mills, notary
public, performing the ceremony. The
witnesses signing the certificate of
marriage were, Congressman Emmett
"Wilson, Congressman-Elect Walter
Kehoe, and Miss Marion Hall.
Miss Kunigunda Popp wa3 born in
Munich, Germany; has been in Amer
ica five years. She is well known in
Chicago, having interested herself
since the beginning of the war in the
work carried on towards securing aid
for the war sufferers. Miss Popp
has been singing with the Chicago
Singing Club fo some time, and not
infrequently has her voice been heard
in operas and amateur performances
of different kinds, gotten up for the
purpose of sending relief to the Eu
ropean sufferers. She is also an ath
letic girl and swimmer.
The groom is the northern reprc
fcentative of the E. E. L. McCaskill
Company, of DeFunii'?, and cs been
in tloiina since siarcn. -te fcss
made many frienas in W.f: Flor. ta
during this time, who wi3li him all
the happss possible.
Mr. and Mrs. Corwin leave today
Tor Lefuniak, where thev will malte
Cowin will go to Indiape polls te estab
lish headquarters for his firm.
This is the third marriage cere
mony Miss Mills has performed. Sh
t.'as one of the first women in Amer
ica to perform the marriage ceremony
and at the time she first officiated,
Collier's Weekly published a notice of
the wedding and a photograph of
' Your choice of any one
of the following specials
with each purchase of $3
or more of groceries.
1 Six bars Octagon
Soap FREE.. V
2 17 pounds Sugar
3 Three packages of
4 Three pounds of
Davis and Lloyd Streets
Children's Mifldy Suits
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their home tnta Chrntmss, when Mr,
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