OCR Interpretation


The Pensacola journal. (Pensacola, Fla.) 1898-1985, June 30, 1917, Image 8

Image and text provided by University of Florida

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn87062268/1917-06-30/ed-1/seq-8/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for 8

; j
If
V.
THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. SATURDAY
3, JUNE 30, 1917.
s
If You're Not
in Khaki, Why
Not in a Cool
Summer Suit?
This is the time to
keep cool cool headed,
cool bodied!
To live up to the old
classical saying about a
healthy mind in a heal
thy body, you simply
must keen cool.
A cool mind in a cool
body is now the wise
man's motto. To enable
him to live up to it we
have as fine a choice as
any man might wish for
in cleverly made suits of
xJQhTiWmte Store
( C n iNce isrt
Block H
ii MM
The Pure Juice of the
Loganberry.
Beautiful in its nat
ural color, delicious in
its taste and its effect is
most refreshing.
A healthful beverage
that should be in every
home.
The Lewis Bear Co.
Wholesale Distributers.
Necessity
Our dry cleaning ser
vice has comelo be re
garded as a necessity to
mcst people in Pensa
cola. Whether you entrust
us with a fancy waist,
gown or a man's suit of
Palm Beach, you will be
more than pleased at
the result.
The EMPIRE Way
Laundering and Dry
Cleaning.
Phone 322
TO RELIEVE INDIGESTION OR
DYSPEPSIA. TAKE A
DYSPEPSIA TABLET
BEFORE AND AFTER EACH MEAL.
25c Box.
The Crystal Phannacy.
The Parlor Market
"Horn f AH Ttiafi Pur
Fresh Western Meats.
POULTRY, EOQS AND ARSEN
anOCKRIES.
PHONES 17J-174.
E. I. FISSEL
Manufacturer of
PORK PRODUCTS
Fresh and Smoked Sausage, Bologna.
Vlenn
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
SOS East Wright Street
PHONE 651.
The Journal's "Want Ad.
Way" is the BEST way.
LADIES A DIME
GENTS A QUARTER
Fairchild's Orchestra
Cool Palm Beach
cloth.
Cool "Kool Krash"
cloth.
Cool tropical wors
teds. and cool suits made of
light weight woolens,
all tailored to Derfection.
Cool
$27.50.
Suits, $6 to
Everything else that
men and boys wear in
reliable qualities.
Pensaeola
Daily Weather
Report
U. S. Department f Agriculture,
Weather Bureau, Charles F. Marvin,
chief.
Pensacola's Temperature Data.
Pensacola, Fla., June 29, 1917
Highest temperature yesterday, 85
degrees.
Lowest temperature yesterday, 75
degrees.
Day temperatures in June usually
rise to 86 degrees
Night temperatures irx June usually
ly fall to 67 degrees.
Pensacola's Rainfall Data.
Rainfall for 24 hours ending 7 p.
m., -0 inches.
Normal rainfall for ti month !
June, 4.87 inches.
Total rainfall this month to 7 p. m.,
2.74 inches.
Total deficiency , to May 31, 0.75
inches.
Weather
Tern- jPrecip
perature itation
12 hrs.
Stations:
7 p. m
7 'high! ending
p r. est 7
yes- p. m-
'day
Abilene, clear . ;
Atlanta, pt. cldy.
96
84
76
62
84
72
94
88
78
82
84
88
82
82
88
82
88
92
92
80
96
98
98
8.1
108
70
68
88
84
68
84
88
76
84
88
.08
02
.46
.16
boston, rain
Buffalo, clear
Baltimore, pt
nicago, cie.'
Denver, clef
Galveston,
Green Ba
Huron, ck
Jacksonvil'e, cldy. .
Kansas City, clear.
Knoxville, clear
Louisville, clear
1 92
02
Memphis, clear 8i
Minneapolis, rain ... 7
Mobile, cldy 82
Montgomery, cldy. . . 70
New Orleans, pt. tidy- 8:3
New York, cldy 71!
North Platte, clear... 9:J
Oklahoma, clear .... 94
Palestine, clear 94
Pensacola, cldy 8(1
Phoenix, clear 108
Pittsburg, pt- cldy... 68
Portland, Ore. pt cldy fiC
St- Louis, clear 84
Salt Lake City, clear. 82
San Francisco, ciear. 64
Sheridan, clear 82
Tampa, cldy 74
.44
.50
.14
.18
60
76
.02
.02
Toledo, clear 72
Washington, cldy. ... 74
Williston, clear 84
Weather, barometer readings, rind
direction and wind velocity at 7 p.
along the gulf coast.
Brownsville, pt cldy., 29.96. SE.
Corpus Christi, clear, 30.00, SE-18.
Galveston, cldy., 30.02, S-12
New Orleans, pt. cldv., "0 00, SV-
Burwood, pt. cldv-. 30.C0, S.
Mobile, cldv.. 30.02. S.
Tensacola, cldv., 30 02. SV.
Tampa, cldy., 30-08, E.
Miami, cldy., 30 06, E-
NOTICE TO WATER
CONSUMERS.
All water bills arc due
July 1, 1917, payable at the
office of the water depart
ment, city hall. A discount
rt ffr allowed off all bills
paid on or before the 10th
of July.
All consumers who have
not paid by August 1, 1917,
are subject to have water
supply discontinued and a
penalty of $1.00 charged for
turning on again.
Pensacola Water Works.
ISjuneot
ft
i 770
J l 70
J I 60
I ra
7 I
r
71
8
73
80
Benefit
Shriners of Ameaica
Elect New Head
K K 1
X J
" -'Hi. Q
- '' 1
Members of the Ancient Arabic
Order Nobles of the Mystic Shr'ne
of North America have elected Oven-
shire Imperial Potentate. Ovcnshire
lie3 in Minneapolis, Minn-
IEW PILOT BOARD
TO GET TOGETHER
Oil MONDAY NIGHT
Much interest is being manifested
in the organization of the new board
of pilot commissioners, and it was
stated yesterday it was the intention
of the board to get together prob
ably on Monday night, form a work
ing organization and look after any
business which might come before
the board. With the new men re
cently appointed by Governor Catts,
the board now consists of Dave Levy,
Henry Clopton, A H. McLeod, T. T.
Todd and Ed. Brown.
This board has general control over
the working of the pilots as the name
of the organization signifies. The
board elects one of their number as
secretary, elects an attorney as a
legal adviser to the board, and also
elects a man as harbor police, the
position held for some time to the
apparent satisfaction of shipping in
terests generally bv Walter Everitt
Although the board elects such man,
the county commissioners pays both
the harbor police and the board's attorney-
SHOUT SESSION OF
T OF
A short session of the court of
record was held yesterday morning.
One case was on the docket for trial,
and after a special venire was sum
moned and a jury empaneled, the case
was dismissed by the plaintiff's attorney-
This was the case of B.
Dotson vs. Sydney Levy
Two defendants, charged with train
riding, were each heard in a plea of
guilty, and were sentenced to pay a
fine of $5 and costs or thirty days
John Bowman, charged with inti
macy with a female under the age of
consent, pleaded guilty and was fined
$50 and costs or three months-
This ended one of the longest ses
sions of the court of retord held in
a long time.
RID OF A LINGERING COUGH.
Cold weather persisted so late this
year that many more persons have
colds than ever before at thi3 sea
son. You can get relief from rack
ing, hacking coughs, from wheezv,
sneezy breathing, from raw, sore
throat and tight chest. W. G. Gla
zier Bentonville, Ark., writes: "I
can recommend Foley's Honey and
Tar Compound. I used it for a cough
that I had for years and was said to
have consumption, but it cured me."
Contains no opiates. Children like it.
D'Alemberte's Pharmacy. Adv.
RUSSIA ADOPTS THE
DAYLIGHT SAVING PLAN
Tetrograd, June 29. Russia has
adopted the daylight saving plan.
Clocks will be set forward an hour
July 14, on order of the provisional
government.
Most Common of Bodily Ills.
By far the most common of bodily
ills is constipation. The usual cause
is the indifference of many people to
Nature's call- The inclination is noc
heeded, or it is put off until a more
convenient time. When this is done
repeatedly, constipation !s almost
sure to follow. It is of the utmost im
portance that everyone establish a
certain time for the bowels to move
each day and let nothing interfere
with it. When that is done and prop
erfDod and exercise arc taken and
an abundance of drinking water, the
bowels are not likely to give much
trouble- When a laxative is required
take Chamberlains Tablets. They are
mild and gentle, easy to take and
agreeable in effffect. Adv-
Import Possibilkrdvill Be
Developed In Pensacola
As a result of a transaction per-,
fected yesterday morning: between lo
cal shipping interests and northern
capitalists Pensacola and the gulf
coast in general will be greatly bene
fited. Heretofore it is stated by promi
nent, shippers, though much export
business has been done here, it has
been practically impossible to get im
ports. Under the new arrangement
and by the increase in capital, im
provement will be made which will
permit imports, thus saving local ves
sels and shipowners, the loss of re
turning without cargo.
Frobably the largest local shipown-
BE NO DISSOLUTION
OF THE RUSSIAN DUMA
Petrograd, June 29. The Russian
duma will not abide by the recent
resolution of the congress of soldiers
workmen's councils calling for its dis
solution. The resolution was adopted
at a private meeting of members of
the duma, and says it is having the
powerfully contributed abdication of
Nicholas in the formation of a pro
visional government. The opinion is
it cannot cease to exist.
BREAD PRICES GOING
UP IN CANADA
Quebec, June 29. The price of
bread, begining Monday, will be seven
cents a pound, an increase of one
cent. This is the second increase in
a month.
The M. & 0. Clothing Store i I
SPECIAL SALE M
FOR Vj- lit
. ' : " ' . Jiijl
$5.98 $10.00 ' jil
Mens Palm and Panama Beach Suits
in dark and light colors. All sizes.
We can fit stout men up to 48.
t : 1
M.
w mh vi
Underwear
B.V.D.Shirts 50c B.V.D. Drawers 50c
B. V. D. Unions $1.00
M.& O. Athletic 25c M.& O. Shirts 25c
Mail orders filled
same . day as re
ceived. 321-323 S. Palafox
Phone 1155
er to profit by the deal is the Aiken
Towboat and Barge Company, which
has recently increased the capacity
of it3 vessels and barges by chang
ing deck space. Ihis will enable larg
er cargoes to be shipped, and also
permit the importation of certain
goods which would otherwise have
been impossible.
Captain Aiken's interest in the
matter is of particular importance in
view of the rumors which have re
cently gone abroad that the veteran
shipowner intends retiring from ac
tive business. Not only does Captain
Aiken state that he does not intend
to retire, but that he expects to in
crease his business.
DORSEY INAUGURATED
GEORGIA GOVERNOR TODAY
Atlanta, June 29. Hugh M. Dorsey
will be inaugurated governor of Geor
gia tomorrow at noon at a joint ses
sion of both branches of the state
legislature, succeeding Nat Harris,
and Chief Justice Fish of the supreme
court will administer the oath. The
ceremony will be simple and. devoid
of public demonstration or military
features.
ADMITS COMPLICITY
IN LATE KIDNAPPING
Springfield, Mo., June 29. Dick
Carter, arrested at Hutchinson, Kas.,
on a charge of murder in connection
with the kidnapping and death of
baby Lloyd Keet, has confessed lis
nap C. A. Clement, the wealthy
Springfield jeweler, according to
Prosecutor O'Day-
STYLEPLUS SUITS in pinch
in blue serge, fancy worsted and soft
same in price and quality.
& 0. Special Shirt, $1
M.&O.SiIkShirts,$2.50P
Boys' and Men's Shirts, sepa
rate collar and high collar, 75c
Uncle Sam Bine Work
Shirt .... 75c
SHOE!
We are agents for the following advertised brands of
Shoes: Barry, $5 to $6; Beacon, $3.50 to $5; W. L. Douglas,
$3 to $6; Walton School Shoes for Boys and Girls, $1.50 up.
M. & O. Special Shoes, $2 up.
Big line of Ladies and Men's, also Children's White
Pumps and High Shoes, $1.50 up. Remember, we carry
everything for men and boys.
THE EASIEST
TODAY, SAENGER AMUSEMENT'
COMPANY PRESENTS AMID EN.
VIRONMENT DE LUXE
FANNIE WARD
Supported by
TOM FORM AN
In
I'ftnSf
'HER STRANGE WEDDING'
FROM THE FAMOUS STORY OF THAT NAME BY GEO. MIDOLETON
ALSO
NIEL BURNS and BETTY COMPSON In "OH, FOR A WIFE I"
CHILDREN, 5 CENTS
TOMORROW FOX
"SMILING GEORGE WALSH"
in "SOME BOY."
Talk About Fairbanks, See Thli
AIo Ora Carew In "Skidding
Heart," Keytone Comedy.
MONDAY J
OFFICIAL
GOVERNMENT
WAR PICTURES
COMING "The Law
"PEARL OF
5c Thrills
Today Fun 10c
PEARL WHITE
In
'FOREIGN ALLIANCE"
PHIL DUNHAM
DRY GOODS and DAMP DEEDS'
(L-Ko Comedy)
and
"WILD ANIMALS AT LARGE"
(Wild Animal Tlcture)
A
VICTOR MOORE In BALLADS
AND BOLOGNA.
THE RAILROAD
The Journal's "Want Ail
Men's and Young Men's Keep Kool
Suits, in all models, pinch back and
plain. Light and dark shades. The
season's new effects.
back, English and conservative models
goods. The suit that has always remained the
Special Sale of Boys' Wash
Suits at Reduced Prices
Also Wash Pants
75c Suits, now . . 50c
$1.00 Suits, now 75c
$1.50 Suits, now..$l
itraw and
HatS from 2 to 5
Neckwear and Hosiery, 25c and 50c
JUNE 30th
WAY"
: t
ADULTS, 10 CENTS
Sea the British
Tanks' at the
Battle of the Ancre
of Compensation
r
THE ARMY"
Jiaa.
r.OME TOMORROW AND GRf jV
FAT I
-c LAUGHING 10c
HELEN HOLMES
In
'THE KNOTTED CO
((Railroad Raiders
MUTT AND JEFF
and jf
CHARLIE CHAPLIN j
L
R7ERS"
way will get-isults.
4 v.
.
Panama
(r
r r a-
BENEFIT RED CROSS.
Official War P?c-1 j
tures, Monday
sr e
f f ti
i
i f
y
i QUI i
COME AND HELP
A WORTHY CAUSE!
FOR
THE RED CROSS

xml | txt