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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 31, 1917.
SHERIFF ISSUES INSTRUCTIONS TO CHOSEN DEPUTIES TELEGRAPH MEN GET 1 PEH GEST Of LIBERT? BONOS CHILD GETS SICK tjr f ,.y a., ' - " I, f jr.-1 IF CONSTIPATED ROSS. FEVERISH m 1 : & : nil t ! i J f -vi jar t i nn ures; Certainly, when you save in the first cost of a Diamond Tire, and add to that saving by its ser vice, you will save four times as much by using I four Diamonds. Get Diamond Squeegee Treads tough, stubborn rub ber that actually outwears carriage-tire steel in abrasion tests. Look at a Squeegee-Tread Diamond that has gone thousands of rriles; note that the Squeegee Tread is sull there. Your car may need only ona tire today. Get a Diamond, and keep on until you ore using four and saving on ea:h. Every Diamond Tire must deliver full value in ervice. If ever a Dia mond Tire fails, a cheer ful, willing adjustment vill be promptly mads. Black Trea .1 Red Sides Squeegee Tread Peerless Rubber Co. PENSACOLA. FLA. Give Your Government Your Support If you value the privileges you have en- joyed as an American citizen if you want to make certain that your children and future generations will enjoy the same privi leges you must do your share towards stemming the tide of oppression which threatens our shores. Every citizen should make sacrifices in or der to insure the IMMEDIATE SUCCESS of the "Liberty Loan of 1017." Place in the hands of our Government at once the means of hurrying the day of Victory and Peace. Buy Liberty Loan Bonds Our Government is offering a liberal re turn ?l2rc interest for your money the safest investment for individuals, estates, business houses and public insttutions. Help your Government and help yourself. For particulars and subscription blanks, apply 205 Ameri can National Bank Building. We will count it a privilege to enter vour subscription to the "Liberty Loan of 15)17." c make no charge for this service. American National Bank, Banking, Savings and Trust Co., Citizens and Peoples National Bank, National Bank of Commerce. Sheriff Van iVlt has issued cir cular letters to be sent to every county precinct, conveying general instructions to those who will be in charge of the registration next Tues day. These letters are now being mailed out. The instructions especially stress the fact that all males within the prescribed age will have to register, this taking in white and black, and the penalty for non-performance of said duty is one year in federal j penitentiary. This is a part of the I instructions plainly pointed out Xext Sundav. it is honed, the mes- sage will be announced from practi cally all pulpits, especially in the colored churches, when the ministers will be expected to explain fully the duty of colored as well as white men between 21 and 31 years of age There ?e ms to be a general misunderstand ing on the part of colored people, and ; a good many white people as to the necessity of registration on the one day. This will be June 5. next week. After that date, men who are net otherwise exempt who have not regis tered properly will be liable to arreft There appears to be no loophole for excuse. Even men who are sick are expected to register, even through a proxy, and men of the age announced must make arrangements to have proper registration in their respective home precincts in ample time or else they also stand in the shadow of the law. A succinct explanation of who are expected to register, and what meth ods should be pursued in said work, is given in an announcement from Washington, which follows: All Must Register. Washington, May SO. Men who claim exemption from army draft when they register naxt Tuesday, will be required later to explain fully why they believe they should not be called, Provost Marshal General Crowder has explained. Public authorities will determine the exemption of each in dividual on the basis of the second and more ample explanation, not on the basis of the second and morgr ample explanation, not on the briefly stated reason given the registrar Tuesday. All men, who are married or who belong to classes which may be ex empted, will not necessarily be sub ject to exemption. Furthermore, every man between the ages of 21 and 30 inclusive must register, regard less of his claim to exemption, unless he is a soldier, sailor or officer ac tually in federal military or naval service. Each man must state his full name, age on last birthday, street address, date and year of birth, occupation and the kind of establishment where he is employed, military experience, whether he is single or married, at present; whether he ha? a father, mother, wife or child, brother or sister under 12 years of age depend ent solely on him for support; wheth er he is a state or federal official; whether he- is a native born Amer ican; or whether he or his father is naturalized or has taken first papers. Men past 31 should not try to reg ister, as they will be refused and will only confuse the system LOOK AT TONGUE'. THEN GIVE .FRUIT LAXATIVE FOR STOM ACH, LIVER, BOWELS. The Mutual Investment Credit Union of the Postal Telegraph-Cablf Co. has announced through its presi dent, Edward Reynolds, who is alo vice-president and eeneral manaerer of the Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., that it has arranged to purchase Lib erty Loan bonds for the employes of the company to be paid for on the partial ravment plan, it beintr under stood that interest is to be paid to THEY LOVE IT. purchasers on their partial payments j from the date payments are received i at the rate of 3 1-2 per cent per an- A invt; tnrl,- cr, e,vv nA arge to be marie to the : -u.-u i -n . , . , , n . tomorrow. Children simply will not purchaser for monev advanced for the 1 , F ' CALIFORNIA SYRUP OF FIGS" CANT HARM CHILDREN AND purchase of bonds. Lnder this plan the yield to the tane the time from play to empty neir bowels, which become clogged I 93 for. HISSED BUT ONE IN THIRTY NAMES buyer is seven per cent. A lanrc j UP .vith waste, liver gets sluggish; number of bonds have been subscribed j 6tom&.'h sour. ! Look at the tongue, mother! If coated, or your child is listless, cross, j feverish, breath bad. restless, doesn't j ! eat heartily, full of cold or has sore j throat or any other children's ail- j i ment give a teaspoonful of "Califor : nia Syrup of Figs,' 'then don't worry, because it is perfectly harmless, and in a few hours all this constipation j ; poison, sour bile and fermenting waste will gently move out of the i The winner of the prize of a ?20 i bowels, and you will have a well, ! gold piece ottered by The Journal to 1 playful child again. A thorough "in- tne person wno suomiuea ,e most sidp Lansing" is oftimes all that is nearly correct list of names of prom:- Tf . r . . . . . .v. t, . ii juvmu u r Luc nisi L.ia men in any sickness. Beware of counterfeit fig nnt Pensacola professional and busi ness firms featured in the "Who', Who" contcrt recently conducted, i: Mrs. Kate Waters. To be the winner m so strong competitive proposition ij h:j:.T creditable and in presenting Mrs athiiig Suits for a Dip in the Deep Have you bought yours yet? Our bathing suits are the kind that women want from the best makers that we know of. Each model is selected on merit of beauty and service. Siylishly cut and designed, tastefully trimmed, but not garish in appearance. There are all sorts of dif ferent materials to please the most fastidious and the prices are consistent with true qualitv. S2.50 to S22.50 each Some of them are cotton, some are wool and some silk, and the styles, include both one-piece and slip-ons. syrups. .-ik your druggist for a 50-cent bot- a , tie i f "California Syrup of Figs," .r.i.n .Ml.-. r',:i,-iMn .f n n.- j e ! Waters with the reward The Journal T , V . f , , . .. i does so with heartiest coneratula-1 , pb, pm,my, pnmeQ on ine Dome' tions upon her success. Look carefully and see that it is made The Journal's "Who's Who" con-1 by the "California Fig Syrup Corn test proved a most interesting and . pany." Adv. profitable feature, drawing, as it did. I the attention and consideration of thousands of readers to the profes-j NAVY DIRIGIBLE IN sional and business firms of Pensa-1 LENGTHY FLIGHT co1- , , ! Washington, May' 30. The first of Contestants were asked to solve ; the diritrible balloons, being built for the identity of thirty-eight mer-1 the navv, much after the pattern of chants and professional men. being the British "blimps" made an entire given as a cue a short description of j v successful flight vesterday from the different products and business ; C hicago to Akron. Ohio f eavino- policies represented by these firms , Chicago at noon, she landed without mishap at Akron about 5 o'clock in the afternoon, making an air line and individuals. To arrive at correct answers re quired careful consideration and, distance of aorut 500 miles stuny, inus creating a iamniaruy and wide knowledge of the merchants and professional people represented and their lines of business. The great numbers of answers re Bad Colds From Sudden Changes. Spring brings all kinds of weather and with it comes colds and the re ceived proved . conclusively that theivival of winter coughs and hoarse people of Pensacola and vicinity arf j ness- Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey will accustomed to "reading advertise-: head off a new cold or stop the old ments in The Journal and that I 0ne, the soothing balsams relieve the through these advertisements they; sore throat and heal the irritated tis have become very familiar with tne ( sueS- Gct a botte todav and ?tart iq.i-nwi.vc iiuiwaiui ".u uu.-, trMtn,nf f t vn-,r rncrcHsr MRS. 0ER1G DIES IN DENMARK A cablegram was received by the family yesterday announcing the i death in Denmark of Mrs. P. H. Oerting, at the advanced age of I eighty-two. Mrs. Oertinc was the j widow of Peter H. Oerting. whose I memory is honored both in Warring ! ton and Tensacola. After the death of her husband, Mrs. Oerting, a na tive of Denmark, returned to hr for mer home in Aarhus. where she had resided the nast four years. ness firms of the city. The many excellent sets of answers . received also gave evidence that this knowledee is widespread throughout' the city and state ami of a vcryj thorough nature. I All in all. the "Who's Who" contest ' was a great success. Seldom has J The Journal offered as interesting a feature. In order that all participants might 25c. Formula on the bottle. Adv. USE ALLEN'S FOOT EASE For the Little Tots There are suits in both wool and cotton that are ideal for children, and the range of sizes, graded according to age, are priced from 50c TO $3.50 EACH. Bathing Caps of Seamless Rubber In a wonderful range of colors and styles some plain, some fancy, to match or contrast with your suit. Prices from 25c TO 75c EACH. Shoes for Bathers You may choose either sandals, slippers or high shoes, made from the best materials at prices rangmcr Irom Tbe antlsprtio po-wrler to he shaken Into tho phuffs and prrinklen into the foot Visith. If you want reFt anrl comfort for t:rpi. achir.K. swollen, sweating feet, use Allen's Foot-E.i s. It instantly re lievep soreness and preyents Mistere, pore and callous spots, just the thine for have knowledge of the correctness OI I'nctnc Parties. Patent Leather Shoes, their answers, the names of the 1 for Breaking in New Shoes. Try It . ., , today. Sold everywhere. 2,,c. Don't ac- business firms and professional poo- cept any Sl)bstitute.. For FREE trial pie included in the contest were package address Allen s. Olmsted, Le printed in The Journal last Tues-. ' T. Adv. day and are repeated today. j The winner succeeded m so.ving the identity of twenty-nine out of the possible thirty. YOU NEED A Si RING LAXATIVE. Dr. King's New Life Tills will re move the accumulated wastes of win ter from your intestines, the burden of the blood. Get that sluggish spring fever feeling out of your system, brighten your eye, clear your com plexion. G't that vim and snap of good purified healthy blood. Dr. King's New Life Tills nve non-griping laxative that aids nature's pro cess, try them tonight. At all drug pistm 25c. Adv. 25c TO $1.00 THE PAIR. Bathing Suits for Men The kind that "speak for themselves.' Of course you will want one of them as soon as you see them, for they are, in a "class by themselves."' Select yours today and be in the front ranks at the beach. The quality and fit mark them as the best to be had at the price $1.00 TO $7.00. Watson,? arker& Reese Co. "Pensacola's Greatest Store." : sxs zzx m o sxx rxx sn zxx n The BR0ZTELL East 27th Street at 5th Ave T'EW YORK The Homelike HOTEL where every room fffc ! Cri Per has a bath OVday and shower JL upwards Convenient to Everything WILLIAM J. QUINN. Jr. ANNOUNCEMENT ! Nelson & Laird ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW Have removed their offices from the Thiesen building to 307 South Palafox street, over Citizens and Peoples National Bank. ll f.", In hi ' n ninir. - Blount Building, Pensacola, 71a. SAN CARLOS HOTEL Geo. H. Hervey, Managing Director Pensacola's Pride L. E. NOBLES & CO., Apnts Hart Schaffner & Marx, and Kirsehbaum Suits. "Your Money Worth or Your Money etc" $ tt South nlafox Street. F'hone 790 le Children Made over to your liking, with rosy cheeks, hearty ap petites, vigorous digestion and ro bust health. Give them a glass of this delicious digestant with meals Shivar Ale PURE DIGESTIVE XR0MAT1CS WITH SHIVAR MINERAL WATER AND GINGER Nothing like it for building rieb blood and solid fiesh. At all gro cejs and druggists satisfaction or your money back on first dozen. Bottled and guaranteed by the cele brated Shivar Mineral Spung, Shel ton. S. C If your regular dealer cannot supply you telephone West Florida Grocery Co. Wholele Distributors for Pensacola. Don't Miss the Missing Link SCHEDULE: Leave Mulat 6, 9 and 12 a. m. and 3 p. m. and 6 p. m. Leave other side 6:S5, 9:35, 12:35 a. in., 3:35 and 6:35 p. in. S. OTIS. LIBERTY CLOCK IS S POPULSB SIGHT One of the mo?t attractive points in the city late in the afternoon is in the vicinity of the custom house Out on the ereen. erected several ' aayg aeo. is the Liberty Bond clock, which tHls from day to day, j ist ho-.v the people of Pensacola are comintr forward with their money to support Cncle Sam ;n the war crisis. At r o'clock in the afternoon people begin to gather in the neighborhood, to see : the hands hands moved. I "One thing about it," said one en- ! thusiastic man yesterday, "and that is gratifying. JThe hands v.-Ml be ! moved every day, but never backward and I am very early looking for 'the ; big hand' to go all the way around, i What's the matter with Fensacola? , Nothing- She's all right " ! DISAP-: TROUBLES ENTIRELY PEA RED. Fathers and mothers worry over a child with a chronic cough. Knudt Lee, Wannaska, Mich., writes: "For several years my daughter had a bad chronic cough. Every time she ,' caught a little cold, it aggravated the trouble. We tried many medicines but not until we tried Foley's Honey and Tar did anything produce any great relief. In a few days the trouble entirely disappeared and has never returned." Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs, colds, croup, whoop ing cough. Adv. Beach tit o 0tL Highway Ji For Transportation Ccine to the San Carlos Hotel corner between 11:30 and 12:30 o'clock Friday. Notify committee at Telephone No. 15 that you will want transportation. The amusement committee announces new at tractions to their already long list. CASTING CONTEST SPOT CASTING. GREASY PIG CONTEST. ROD CASTING. SLIPPERY POLE CONTEST. Buy a ticket for the Picnic at Reynalds Music House, Central Pharmacy, or San Carlos Hotel. Transportation costs you nothing and you will have the time of your life.