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THE PElvSACOLA JOURNAL. TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 10, 1917.
PICKLING RECEIPTS ARE DEMONSTRATED T U Cool Clothes in Summer Keep You Healthy and to buy a suit from us 1 i 1- ItU.. a man neea not ue wuiui). At the refruiar demonstration work- in the summer school yesterday V-,rr.nC mttprns in od- morning by Miss Lonny Landrum, . home demonstration agent the follow els and colors arc nere m Palm Beach, Kool Krash and Tropical Worsted Suits at prices that will surely sur prise you so good is their quality, fit and workmanship. We'll tell you tne prices; they're $6 to $18 now come and see the suits. "Kantsink swim wings, nositivelv keen vou from i " sinking". They're $1.50. aJq hriWh ite Stare I FVwacota f londa While the Vacation Season Is in full swing and before you leave, on this event of long an ticipation send your light summer clothes to The Empire For Dry Cleaning and make it a wonderful success. Phone 322. IDT TO DO IN TIB STORM II you are out or doors in a very severe electrical storm, it is well to observe the following rules for your own protection: 1. Keep away from wire fences They may carry a dangerous elec trical charge long distances. Cattle in pastures are frequently killed from the neglect of farmers to ground the wire of the fence. 2. Keep away from hedges, pond3 and streams. 3. Keep away from isolated trees. Oak trees are frequently struck; beech are seldom struck. It is safe in a dense forst- 4. Keep away from herds cf cat tle and crowds of people. 5. Do not hold an umbrella over you. 6. It is safer to sit or lie down in an open field than to stand. 7. Drivers should dismount and not Btay close to their horses. 8. Do not work with any large metal tool or implement. If you are indoors: 1. Keep away from the stove and chimney. The hot gases from th chimney may conduct the lightning to and down the chimney. 2. Do not take a position between two bodies of metal as the stove and water pipe, for example. An excep tion to being near metals is the case of an iron bed. One of the safest places is on a mattress in an iron bed, provided yotf do not touch the metal The metal surrounding you makes a safe cage which will prevent the lightning from reaching a person In side. 3. Do not stand on a wet floor nor draw water from the well or faucet. 4. Do not stand directly uncler a handellcr, near a radiator, nor on a register. 5. Do not use the telephone. ing pickling recipes were used: Spanish Pickles 2 cups chopped cabbage, 1- cup green bell peppers, 1 cup onions, 3-4 cup squash, 6-z cup cucumber, 1 cup green tomatoes, 1 pint vinegar, 1 tablespoons salt, 1-2 cup sugar, 4 sticks cinnamon, 3 inches long, 1 tablespoon must?rd seed, 1 teaspoon whole cloves, 1-6 oz. whole mace, 1 teaspoon whole all spice. 1-2 table spoon cerery seed, I teaspoon dry mustard, 1 teaspoon tumeric Chop vegetables fine. To the vine gar add salt, sugar and whole spices. Bring to a boil and add chopped vege tables- Bring to a hard boil and add dry mustard and tuireric which have rubbed to the constituency of cream with cold water- Pack in sterilized jars and seal. Rosey Relish ! 3 cups chopped beets, 3 cups chop ped cabbage, 1 pint vinegar, 1-2 cup sugar, 2 tablespoons salt, 4 sticks cinnamon, 3 inches long, 1 teaspoon whole cloves, 1 teaspoon whole all spice. Boil beets being careful not to cut roots off before coking and to leave 3 inches tops on while boiling so as to retain color- W hen done chop and mix with chooned cabbage. Drop into the vinegar the spices tied in a spice bag. Add sugar and salt and bring to boil- Let boil 10 minutes. Add cababge and beets and let come to hard boil, rack into sterilized jr.rs an seal. Cucumber Sauce 2 oz- large cucumbers grated. 1-2 doz. onions grated. Put in cheese cloth bag and drip over night. Next morning measure this liquid and add to the cucumbers and onions vinegar equal in quantity to the water dripped from the vegt- tables. Discard the water. Season with cayenne pepper and salt to taste Pack cold in jars and seal tight Converting Interned Liner The German liner Frieda Leon- hardt which was interned at: Jackson ville at the beginning of the war in being converted into a collier at a Southern navy yard and will soon be ready for service. The ship has been renamed Astoria. LACKING MILITARY ABILITY IS NO BAR TO TRAINING CAMP The War Department authorises the following. On June 4 The Adjutant General Department sent broadcast through out the country a call for men to send in their applications for the second series of officers' training camps, to be held between August 27 and November 26, 1917- Half a million sets of instructions were pub lished and mailed. The expectation was that the response would be as overwhelming as in the call for the first training camp which after only 18 days of preparation, produced 160,000 applications. Despite the fact however, that bhe auspices for the second course seemed better than for the first, only about 20, 000 men have applied so far for en trance into the schols. General Misunderstanding Found The comparative weakness of the response is due, it has been found upon investigation, to a general misunderstanding- The rumor has gene forth that the second series had be?n planned exclusively for older men and for men of previous military ex perience. A certain clause in the in structions stating that "pi'eference will be given to men over 31 years of age, other things being equal," has been misinterpreted to mean that young men need not apply. The War Department "wishes to put the greatest possible stress on the fact that men under 31 years of age are what they particularly want in this camp. The lack of military train ing will be in no way a bar to the applicants' availability. If an appli cant has been a soldier at some pre vious time in his life, well and good He may require a shorter time to "learn the ropes" than would the inexperienced student. But what the Government wants above all other things is brains, courage and physi cal ability to stand the test of war Campaign to Correct Errors The Military Training Camps As sociation is carrying on a vigorous campaign to disabuse the public mind of errors concerning the require ments for the new camps. In Chi cago the association has given a lun cheon to 20 or 30 of the older and more prominent applicants to discuss the situation and enlist their imme diate co-operation. The sentiment expressed here was to the effect that men below 31 had been given to INVESTMENT IN CATTLE GOOD AS WAR BONDS, SAYS EXPERT The Ne'er Do Well" July 25-26 jSNBR(W3 RECORD ZZT - " ' I , A: -srl figures & r?m WJrxosr i n v. v,- ''AlK-MViX-XIXVfXU'- I ... siwOi''7ift4?i( v. ''.ytx-tfx-i I . . t ;HsAi hf i Saenger Amusement Company Today Offers KATHLYN WILLIAMS (Star of the Great Production '-The Ne'er Do Well," Which Comes Here Soon AND WALLACE REID In Bertrand Sinclair's Famous Play and Sto "BIG TIMBER" Ther Are Many Thrilling Scenes In THu Pro. ductlon, Amonn Them a Real Forest Fire In te ETi-i Timber rf Cali fornia Also a Dash of Life It New York Soclty ry. , , J ALSO TODAY Mrs. Vernon Castle in "The Island God Forgot" -ADULTS. 10c. TOMORROW SPECIAL NORMA TALMADGE In a Gripping Drama of Modern Society THE LAW OF COMPENSATION" - ' .Jk i 'fvAbyss. 1 UF "Fatty" Arbuckle : f? n His Latest Two Reel Para . , -i mount Comedy, ROUGH HOUSE" SPECIAL MUSIC 10c-25c "1 Womanhood The Glory of a Nation. I How a Woman Was Saved as She Stood on the Brink of an m "The problem of producing meat in this country is one of the greatest tasks before agriculture," said Dean Lharles F. Curtiss of the Iowa State College in a letter strongly com- THE R AfcE FEW FAT CATTLE LIKE THESE Calomel Today! Sick Tomorrow! I Guarantee Dodson's Liver Tone Dont take nasty, dangerous calomel when bilious, constipated, headachy. Listen to me ! mending the warning of Clay Robin-! heard of on the open market, but ion & Co. of Chicago that farmers of the same is true of the genenu ranlc 'he United States ar. marketing and file. The commonest bred and i heir live stock faster than it can be the commonest fed are bringing produced &nr that still higher prices prices previously unhearl of and un are inevitable. He points out that dreamed of. With such a demand the war in Europe has drawn heavily ! as has prevailed lately, it is only on our productive resources and as ! logical to figure that still higher we have now entered the war our-1 prices are going to prevail. If there selves the problem of providing ade- J is a material drop in supplies tere ,uate supplies i3 a most serious one. is bound to be a wild scramble to get In the opinioti of Dean Curtiss there I the cattle and the producer will be are two factors to be met: the world j the winner. shortage due to the destruction of "Of course there is uncertainty supplies in Europe, and the demand about the market next fall and win for meat created by the armies in ter and with feed costing so much the field which will continue after people naturally hesitate to take the war. The United States after I risks that run low?. Our opinion is the Civil War became a meat-eating j that these cattle are well worth the Eddie in 'THE GREY GHOST T T TODAY SAENGER AMUSEMENT COMPANY PRESENTS EARL WILLIAMS and ETHEL GREY TERRY In a Picture Full of Thrills, Excitement and Love a regular Up-to-the. Minute, Full-o'-Pep Picture That Tor One Hour and 15 Minute Will Take You From All Your Cares and Worries. SEE WHAT HAPPENED IN 44 APARTMENT NO. 29" ALSO A JOKER COMEDY CHILDREN. 5e -"THE BOSS OF THE FAMILY" ADULTS. 10c. TOMORROW METRO Emmy Wehlen in "SOWERS and REAPERS" S3 rwuli Eddie Polo in "THE GREY GHOST" nation and gave the meat industry the greatest boom in its history. In their renewed warning, follow ing the liberal supplies of cattle mar keted this spring contrary to the predicted shortage, Clay Robinson & Co. admit that possibly tha produc tive strength of the country is being underestimated and that receipts may continue to be a surprise. "The market, they say, "certaimv offers money and that investment in thera at this time is not only warranted, but highly advisable. "As for the 6heep market, it was almost undreamed of that wooled lambs should ever pass the $20 per hundredweight mark, but that was accomplished a month ago when wooled lambs in Chicago went to $20.25 and in Omaha reached $20.10. It is a good time to invest in sheep, plenty of inducemenc for shipping but a breeding ewe is cherished by cattle without practically any de- i its owner. Lamb in this country is ree of nesh. Iot only are pood inds selling at prices never before going to be a luxury that few can afford." Calomel makes you sick; you lose ,a day's work. Calomel is quicksilver and It salivates; calomel injures your liver. If ytra are bilious, feel lazy, slug gish and all knocked out, if your ,bowela are constipated and your head .aches or Btomach is sour, just take a '.spoonful of harmle8s Dodson's Liver ;Tone Instead of using sickening, sal ivating calomel. Dodson's Liver Tone is real liver medicine. YouH know it next morning because you will wako up feeling fine, your liver will be working, your headache and dizziness gone, your stomach will be sweet and bowels regular. You will feel like working. You'll be cheerful; full of vigor and ambition. Your druggist or dealer sells you a "0 rent bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone under my personal guarantee that it will clean your sluggish liver better than nasty calomel; it won't make you sick and ;m can eat anything you want without being salivated. Your druggist guarantees that each spoonful will start your liver, clean your bowels and straighten you up by morning or you got your monev back. Children gladly take Dodson's Liver Tone because it is pleasant tasting and doesn't gripe or cramp or make them sick. I am selling millions of bottles of Dodson's Liver Tone to people who have found that this pleasant, vege table liveer medicine takes the place of dangerous calomel. Buv one bot tle on my sound, reliable guarantee.'. ask your druggist about mi Adv. believe that they had no chance to get in. It was agreed that special encouragement should be given to men from 2-" years up and evn younger men if they are excellent material with executive experience or qualities of leadership or exper ience p.t construction work or civil engineering. Business men's clubs in Chicago are going system.iticaly to work to have their membership circularized, and in an appeal are calling espe cial attention to the fact that, prevous military experience is not required by the War Department. Working In New York In New York, where 10.000 blanks were distributed nnd o:ilv 7.0 re sponded to the training camps asso ciation is working with equnl vigor to make good t!i deficit They re port that the men who have aplied so far are of the very highest quality. Governor Buys Farm Governor Catts and Adjutant Gen- 92 STSDURING IE MONTH OF JUNE TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY. During the month of June there were a total of 392 arrests, accord ing to a report which was filed with the police and fire commissioner by Police Clerk John G. Welsh, and which was read at the meeting of the board of city commissioners yester day. The total of fines assessed was $1, 858, of which $1,476 were collected, including a fine of $250 imposed some i time no-n unnn a ronvirtion for sell- eral Christian have each purchased ; iiquor without license. 40 acre farms at Bunnell, Fla , which j A total of 1,703 meals were served they will plant to potatoes. It is at tho station, at a cost of $193.02, or probable that, the governor will build , 3-4 cents each, a summer home at Eunnel. STRAYED OR STOLEN Bull dog, answers to name of Bismark; $5.Q reward if returned to 13 East Ro mana street- Sweet Dreams Highly Recommended For Keeping Mosquitoes Off Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy. Now is the time to buy a bottle of this remedy so as to be prepared in case that any one of your family should have an attack of colic or diarrhoea during the summer months It is worth a hundred times its cost when needed. adv. Did you know that a million people are using Sweet Dreams every night? Did you know tnat a friend told a friend about Sweet Dreams and that friend told a friend cf his? At this rate of speed, did you ever figure how long it would take a piece of good news to get 'round? Well, the wonders of Sweet Dreams has traveled like scandal and now theres hardly a home that doesn't know all about it. And it all came about because a friend frld a friend of his. Sweet Dreams is the greatest mos quito remedy ever maae, so tell a by every store in every town- adv. Relayers my Specialty LoisH.Metzger,Mobile,Ak There is Nothing More Delicious More refreshing that tends to steady ing of nerves, the quieting of brains on a hot day than Iced 63 And when you say Tetley's to your groc er, you have said the last word in tea of quality. The Lewis Bear Co. Wholesale Distributers. K7 TheM.&O. On t tquir. WltnU Easy a lvmfwtfii 2223 aavtfr.'.T-assrags A BAD SPRING FOR WOMEN The late, cold and damp spring seems to have ben particularly sev ere on the health oi women, and many are suffering frovi the back ache, rheumatic pains, aches, and pains in sides, joints and muscles lumbago and other ailments caused by overwork or disordered kidneys or bladder. Mrs. T. J. Bucknell, Hardy, Neb-, writes: "1 am recover ing from an attack of lumbago by the aid of Foley Kidney Pills. Hoy surely help me-" Women seem pe culirly liable to kidney trouble, and no symptom Bhould be neglected. D'Alemberte's Pharmacy. adv. The Journal's "Want Ad columns is a first-class medium. CREST has been manufactured for over fifty years and controls the sale in a number of cities where it has been sold for years. This brand is not an EXPERIMENT and the only reason that it is not the leading selling brand in Pensacola today is because it has never been presented to the public for sale before. Time, combined with its wonderful quality, will convince the people that they are getting a better value in White Crest Flour than any other brand at the same price. Demonstration Daily at ''Everlasting99 Fabric Co.9s Store Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your Money Refunded Give yourself a treat and try a sack. All grocers sell it D. KUGELMAN & COMPANY Sole Distributers The Sack With the BLUE Label. 2 222S3S3