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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. TUESDAY MORNING. JULY 10. 1917.
3 esioo. the home remedy for sick skins When someone in the family de velops an itching patch of rash or eczema, you want something that will give immediate relief and heal the trouble before it has a chance to become serious. The success of Resinol for skin-troubles has been proven by years of use by physi cians and in the home. Resinol is alio a valuable heilinj dressing for chafing, cuts, burns, and sore places fta eraliy. Sold by all druggists. ITINERARY FQRWEEK COiTYFfWGENT The following- itinerary for Miss Lonny Landrum, county home demon stration agent, is announced for the week, beginning today: Tuesday, ten o'clock, Century; three o'clock, Burnsville Eire Circle- Wednesday, Canning Club picnics for Bogia and Bowmanville Can ning Club, to be held at Chumuckla. .' Thursday, canning demonstration at Dogwood. Friday, co-operative work with Farm Demonstration Agent O. A Fulford, at agricultural picnic at Gonzalez school. Saturday, office. ELL-AWS Absolutely Removes Indigestion. Onepackage proves it 25c at all druggists. Moden Methods in OPTOMETRY MODERN in Ideas MODERN in Service MODERN in Equipment MODERN in Examina tions. Modern in advanced de velopment of optical science. Ingram Optical Co. 14 S. Palafox St. Phone 694 -BETTER CUOTHEL" MAYES PRINTING CO. PRINTERS FOR PARTICULAR PEOPLE 17tSWMt Qovrnmnl 8V. ffl!i ItV WATCH WINDOWS POSS New Dry Goods Store tl South Paafox Street. HALF PRICE SALE THE LA MODE ALL.SPRjq AND SUMMER GAR MENTS OING AT HALF FRICE. Watson, Parker & Reese Company "EVERYTHING TO WEAR." BIG POLITICAL ISSUES ST ST1KE If! I DAKOTA Fargo, N. D., July 9. Conscription and the war have furnished the main issues in the congressional campaign which closed in the first North Da kota district today, preliminary to the special election to be held Tues day to fill the vecancy caused by the death of Reprc ;entative Henry G. Helgesen. The election is certain to attract-nation-wide attention, for not only is the issue more than local but the eventual political control of a half a dozen northwestern states may hinge upon the result- The situation can be compared only to that of a quarter of a century ago, when the People's Part suddenly became a power in national politics. This time it is the Non-partisan League that threatens to sweep the West and disorganize not only one but both the two great rival parties. Already the league is in complete control of all branches of the govern ment in North Dakota and is making its influence felt in the neighboring states. Success in the forthcoming congressional election is counted upon by the leaders of the movement to provide the entering wedge for the league's participation in national politics. The success of the Non-partisan League, a co-operative movement of farmers based on socialistic prin ciples, has been one of the greatest political sensations of recent years. Less than a decade ago the farmers of North Dakota, disgusted with sell ing wheat for less than a dollar a bushel and then seeing it kite up to gilt-edged prices through manipula tion by speculators, conceived the idea of establishing a grain elevator of their own in Minneapolis or St. Paul and bucking the market with their own massed product. The state took a referendum on the project and voted in favor of it, bub the, leg islature refused the appropriation- In one of the counties a small organiza tion was started to secure the elec tion of candidates for the legisla ture who would vote the money for the elevator. The movement soon spread beyond the boundaries of the county and included most of tne farmers of the state. Th promoters had no dream of the success with which they would meet in organiz ing the state, but when they began to see the nossibilities of the sdifms and funds flowed in on .them, they proceeded to organize the farmer population clear down to the ground. Havincr thorouffhlv orennirpd t.h state, the leaders then began picking candidates for the legislature. They avoided the mistake of the old Farm ers' Alliance and the Pomilista of trying to form a new party to over whelm the old ones and shrewdly pro ceeded to play their game withm the Republican party. They nominated Lynn J- Frazier, a Republican, for governor, and a complete legislative ticket, each candidate designated as a Republican- Acain the nossihilitios grew and they named a complete Stomach Out of Fix? Phone your grocer or druggist for a dozen bottles of this delicious digestant. a glass with meals gives delightful relief, or CO charge for the first dozen used. Shivar Ale PURE DIGESTIVE AROVATICS WITH SHIVAR MINERAL WATER AND GINGER Nothing like it for renovating old worn out stomachs, converting food into rich blood and sound flesh. Cottled and guaranteed by the cele. brated Shivar Mineral Spring. Shel. ton, S. C. If your regular dealel cannot supply you telephone West Florida Grocery Co. Wholesale Distributers for Peuacola. Doings of the lf& lmmA WWm psSsfep-ss PSMiis ffly" f iPAi't LESSON 5. Instruction will now begin in the use of arm3. The manual of arms is perhaps the most interesting part of all military life, especially to those getting their first glimpse of training. In this lesson there are detailed instructions as how to Order, Present, Port, Right and Left Shoulder Arms. At the outset Ihe recruit must A learn a soldier always calls a gun a "piece," also, in vaall movements in the is the command of execution. The following rules govern the carrying of the piece: First, the piece is not carried with cartridges in either chamber or magazine except when specifically or dered. When so loaded, or supposed to be loaded, it is habitually carried locked; that is with safety -lock turn ed to "safe." At all other times it is carried unlocked, with trigger pulled. Second, whenever troops are formed under arms, pieces are immediately inspected at the commands: "In spection Arms," Order, (Right shoulder, left shoulder, Tjort, trail, present) Arms. A similar inspection is made before dismissal. If cartridges are found in cham ois . it j j i j .- .i. - Der or magazine wiry are reuiuvtru aim jjiatcu in wie belt. Third, the cut-off is kept turned "off" except when cartridges are actually used. Fourth, the bayonet is not fixed except in bayonet exercise, on guard, or for combat. Fifth, Fall In is executed with the piece at Order U3M PORT ARMS Arms. Fall Out, Rest, On resuming attention without arms taken. Sixth, if at the order, unless otherwise prescribed, the piece is brought to the right shoulder at the command March, the first three mo tions correspond with the first three steps Movements may be executed by the Trail by prefacing the prepara tory command with the words "at Trail" as "At Trail. Forward March." At Trail is taken at the command March. When the facings, alignments, open and close ranks, taking interval or distance, and assemblings are executed from the order, raise the piece to th Trail while in motion an.i resume fne order on halting. Seventh, the piece is brought to the Order on halting. The execution or the. Order begins when the halt is completed. Eighth, a disengaged hand in double time is held as when without arms. Would Cut Operating Expenses of City $33,000 With a view to reducing the op erating expenses of the city about 533,000, Fire and Police Commission er Sanders yesterday offered a res olution, which was held up for furth er consideration, by the other two commissioners, and it is understood, the board will get together Wednes day to take action thereon. It makes many changes, and should the sug gestions of the commissioner be adopted, quite a number of employes may find themselves without a posi tion shortly. Possibly the greatest axe wielding is to be in the police department, it is said, where it is proposed to reduce the force to twenty-seven men, with a captain and two lieutenants of po lice in charge. The men are to be placed on a 12-hour watch. One clerk is dropped in the office of the water department, three men are dropped from the plant. This is a recommendation which may be changed considerably before adotion. state ticket, and followed this up by naming a supreme court ticket- They won all along the line. Gov ernor Frazier assumed office last January and the league began throw ing its bills into the hopper. As the movement grew in numbers and pow ers the ambition of its leaders in creased accordingly- It had not been the original purpose of the league to enter national politics, but the death of Congressman Helsresen last spring gave them a new idea. Steps were immediately taken to extend the or ganization into neighboring states and it is already strong in Montana, South Dakota, Wyoming and Idaho, and has made some progress in Min nesota. The leaders cf the Non-partisan Leairue picked as their congressional candidate John M. Baer. who had been postmaster at Beach, in the western part of the state, but had been brought to Fargo to work as a cartoonist on the local daily news paper controlled by the league. Baer's clever cartoons, it is generally ad mitted, have contributed in no small measure to the success of the move ment. The regular Republicans have nominated O. B. Burtness as their candidate and the Democrats have put up George Bangs- Duffs manual of arms the word Arms and At Ease are executed as the position of Order Arms is The city clerk, as well as the comp troller, it is said, will probably have to worry along without assistance, and the city tax assessor will prob ably have to shoulder the duties of city registration officer, with prob ably no increase in pay. It is recommended the city building and plumbing inspectors offices be combined, and that a man be employ ed to conduct the double duties at a salary of $1,500 per year. The city electrician will also prob ably have to worry along without an assistant. In the fire department, there is one man dropped. That is in the central fire station, where the watch is leng thened to twelve hours instead of the present eight hours. Thse has been considerable study ing on the part of the author of the resolution, and' it has been changed from time to time, until, in its pres ent form, it is finally submitted for adoption. POLICE OFFICERS STAN I SUSPENDED Police lieutenant 'CHIrrrore and Pa trolman Donaldson were suspended for twenty-four hours each last eve ning by Police Captain Wilde, both of them being charged with neglect of duty. Captain Wilde took this action im mediately upon the recorder announc ing his decision in the case of W. Wikins charged with allowing cus tomers in his place of business after 10 o'clock at night The defendant operated a service club on Palafox street opposite the postoffice, the case having been made against him last week when the evidence was ad duced. The recorder took the mat ter under advisement, announcing YiS decision when court convened yester day. Motorcycle Officer Tarrants acted as police lieutenant last nierht, re porting upon orders from Captain Wilde, at 8 o'clock. In suspending the officers, Captain Tom Puts MITERS NTS TO SHAKE OFT HIS WIFE SUFFERED FOR YEARS AND WAS SO WEAK SHE COULDN'T HOLD OUT TO SWEEP A ROOM "I've been hoping a long time to see my wife strong and well and I've got my wish at last,' said R. L. Winter, a machine operator for the Plains Mills, Macon, and living at Crumps Park in telling of the bene fits his wife has received from Tan-lac- 'For years" he continued, "my wife was in a general run-down condition Even before we were marled she nev er had ve yrgod health. She couldnt eat nor sleep to do any good and was so weak she couldn't hold out to sweep a floor; she would have to stop and lean on the broom handle to rest and she could hardly get through with her housework at al. She was in a very bad condition and suffered all the time, some way or other. I bought everything in the way of medicine and did all I could trying to get her well, but nothing helped her and she kept getting worse instead of better. "I kept reading and hearing so much about Tanlac I decided to get it for her, and it's the truth if ever I told it, before she finished her first bottle she had gained three pounds and was looking like a differ ent woman. I don't wonder at so many people praising Tanlac, it de serves to be praised. My wife has been improving ever sine- she start ed taking it. She has taken three bottles up to now rnd eats anything she wants and sleeps like a child She's gaining in weight and strength all the time and if she suffers any she never says anything about it. It's the best medicine I ever saw, and she has tried lots of them. I would cer tainly like to shake the hand of the man who discovered Tanlac and toll him how much I appreciate what it has done for my wife " Genuine Tanlac is sold in Pensacola by the Crystal Pharmacy.adv. Wilde informed them that such vio lations of the law if discovered would lead to suspension in every case, and possibly dismissal should the viola tions be repeated. 0 MEETING RED SS COMMITTEE Because of the P-bsence of a quorem no meeting was held by the Red Cross Finance committee yesterday after noon. Important matters were sched uled to come up and the meeting will probably be called again in a fsw days. Don't Hide Them With a Veil; Re move Them With the Othine Prescription. This prescription for the removal of freckles was written by a prom inent physician and is usually so suc cessful in removing freckles and giv ing a clear, beautiful complexion that it is sold by any druggist under guarantee to refund the money if it fails. Don't hide your freckles under a veil; get an ounce of othine double strength and remove them. Even the first few applications should show a wonderful improvement, some of the lighter freckles vanishing entirely- Be sure to ask the druggist for the double strength othine; it is this that is sold on the money-back guarantee. adv- SPRINKLE'S MARKET Fresh Home - Grown Meats, Poultry, Eggs and Vegetables PhJNE 783 the Dance on the IT MAKER racPifi to 1 101 Li 111 isa Ifa w Today is the Last Day OF OUR FINAL MILLINERY CLEARANCE READ THESE WONDERFUL VALUES: Any Trimmed Hat in our rear parlors, QO values up to $18.00, your choice vO.y O Any Trimined Hat in our main section, dj 1 QO values up to $S.00, your choice P A O Your choice of any ready-to-wear or un- 05? r trimmed shape for yOL. You are missing the money saving opportunity of your life if you fail to attend this money saving millinery sale today. Millinery Department The Ready-to-Wear Store STATE PRESS COMMENT Fish Commissioner on Tour State Shell Fish Comisicner, T. B Hodees is making an inspection tour of the waters of the state, acompan ied by ex-Senator J. A. Williams, of Gainesville, who will succeed to Mr. Hodges' office July IS, and desired to familarize himself with his duties before taking chr.rge- Dr. Porter Enters Army Service Dr. J- Y. Porter, former State health officer, who was recently ap pointed lieutenant-colonel of the medi cal corps of the army has been or dered to report to Charleston for duty at the headquarters of the How Long Must I Suffer From the Pangs of Rheumatism Is There no Real Relief in Sight? Doubtless like other sufferers, you have often asked yourself this ques tion, which continues to remain un answered. Science has proven that your Rheu matism is caused by a germ in your blood, and the only way to reach it is by a remedy which eliminates and removes these little pain demons from your blood. This explains why liniments and lotions can do no perm Every iVIeal tf you hove hot corn bread mad from GONZALES CORN MEAL A Dellciously Fine Table Meal. A iweet. pure, wholeaomo -neal ground of the choicest rr.HUng corn at our own mills In Pensacola. Sold by All Grocers In 23-lb, 46-Vb and 82-lb sacks. Orocers can buy through Jobber or direet. The M. F. Gonzalez Co. MEAL, HAY, GRAIN. ETC. Cssri Peniacola, Fla, JUcunt Building, Bum j Southeastern Department:- He ex I poets to leave- probably Sunday night for his new pot where he takes up his duties as surgeon. Dr- Porter I served th? State of Florida for thir- ty years as head of the health de , partment and recently resigned, re j turning to army service. He has : performed noub'l work as en army I medical rerp officer und during hia Ion residence in Florida greatly en deared himself to ell who knew him. j Bic Increase in Revenue ! Senator J- S. Rliteh, member of the ! state tax commission, is authority foi (the statement that the increase in propery valuations torousrhout the state will total more than $15,000,000 not including the ten per cent in crease on railroad properties, and the increased revenues to the stats will amount to more tha.n $225,000. anent R-ood, for they cannot possibly reach these germs which infests youi blood by the millions. S. S. S. has been successfully us6 for Rheumatism for more than fifty years- Try it today, and you wit find yourself at last on tin righl track to get rid of your Rheumatism You can pet valuahi"csflviceBotit"T?iT treatment of your individual casi bj writing to the Chief Medical Advisci Swift Specific Co., Dept. N-37, At lanta, Ga. adv. a Pleasure v 40M2AU-X I 1 I If ,mflii .yfomton (o. tllN Pertsacolu, tta. S'1 By Allman Subscribe for the Journal.