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THE PENS AC OLA JOURNAL. THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 26, 1917.
BASEBALL RESULTS MEAT HOUSE TO AMERICAN LEAGUE E. Chicago 4-3, New York 1-1. First came R H. Chicapo 4 10 ?. New York 1 7 0 Batteries: Cicotte and Schalk; Mo pridge and Nunamaker. Umpires, Evans and Moriarity. Second game R. H. E Chicapo 5 12 2 New York 1 7 3 Batteries: Fabcr and Schalk; Fish er, Russell, Love and Walter pires. Evans and Moriarity- LEAGUE STANDING American League Clubs I Chicago i Boston ' Cleveland ' Detroit i New York , Tjm 1 vv asninron 1 hiladeiphia Ft. I.nuis .St, Louis 4. Boston 5. R. 4 H E St. Louia 4 0 4 Boston 5 0 1 Batteries: Davenport, Hamilton and Severeid; Leonard and Thomas Umpires, O'Louphlin and Dineen. W L. .59 33 .53 35 .48 40 46 41 .44 43 .35 52 .33 51 . 36 56 I NC 111 AMUSEMENTS LEGAL NOTICES. Detroit 3, Philadelphia 8. R. H. Detroit 3 0 Philadelphia 8 13 E. o 0 Clubs j New York . j St. Louis . . i Cincinnati Philadelphia Chicago . . Brooklyn . Boston Tittsburfr . National League. W . . 54 . .48 .51 ..42 .44 .38 ..36 .-.28 L. 27 40 43 36 46 44 46 58 Pet. 641 .602 i .527 511 ; 506 I .398 ! .3f3 ! .301 Pet. .667 .546 , .543 j .538 .480 I .464 I 430 ' .326 ! Batteries: Davis. Jones and Stan- age; Myers and Schancr Umpires, Owens. McCormick and Nallin SOUTHERN LEAGUE -2, Atlanta 2-2. R. H. 7 11 2 6 F 0 1 Little Rock First game Little Rock . . , Atlanta Batteries: Tineup and Chapman; Fullenwider, Hess anil Tcrkins. Um pires, O'Toole and Morgan Second game R. H. F. Little Rock 2 5 1 .Atlanta -2 5 I Batteries: Roman and Kennedy find Chapman; Sheehan and Picinich Umpires. Mot&aand O'Toole. Second game called end of fifth inning, account of rain. Southern l.tasue- Clubs V. New Orleans 63 Atlanta 63 Rirminsrham ......... 5S Memphis 57 Nashville 51 Chattannoea 53 Little Rock 44 Mobile 27 L. 40 42 43 48 51 ret. ; 612 I .600 : .574 .515 j .500 I 500 j .436 .270 j PEK S AC 0 LA E G. Thomas, representing Morris & C, meat packers of Chicago, is in the city perfecting plans and arrange-! ments lor a branch plant for his firm in Pensacola. Mr. Thomas says that Morris & Co., have had Pensacola in view for some time, but that it was only recently that satisfactory quar ters could be secured. They have leased the Taylor building at No. 12 Manressa street, and workmen are , now busy remodeling and installing ': a first class refrigerating plant and ; cooling system. When complete, it will be the equal of any packing plant in the country. The plant will be open for business about the 10th of; August, and J. Seeger, a well known local produce man, will be in charge.! Mr. Thomas also stated that his ; firm had just closed a deal whereby they would operate large stock yards in New Orleans Mr. Thomas leaves tonight on oth er important business, but will re turn the early part of August to be present at the opening of the new plant. if f tv-J v - jz&JL LEGAL NOTICE. pires, Moriran ar.d Krrin NATIONAL LEAGUE E 1 o Nashville 1, New Orleans A- R. H. E. Nashville ( . . 1 7 1 New Orleans 0 2 0 Batteries:' Cavet and Marshall; Smith and Hisprins Umpires, Pfen ninger and Chestnut. Brookhn 4. P.ttsburt; 3. R. H. Brooklvn 4 13 Pittsburg 3 6 Batteries: Marq.iard, Coombs, Smith and Meyers ar.d M. Wheat; Grimes, Jacobs and Smith. Umpires, Qui.trley and Byron. Thirteen innings Onlv game todav. WARDVILLE. YESTERDAY'S RESULTS Chattanooga 7, Mobile 3. R. H Chattanooga 7 10 Mobile 3 7 Batteries: Merritt and McDaniels; Chine. Bennett and Kitchens. Um- E. 3 6 American Leacue. At New York 1-1. Chicaco 4-5. At Washington-Cleveland, rain. At Philadelphia 8, Detroit 3. At Boston 5, St. Louis 4 rm sguARE jXi WOTEW National League. At Pittsburg 3, Brooklyn 4. Thir teen innings Only game scheduled- HERALD SQUARE HOTEL 34th ST.. Xr OF BROADWAY NEW YORK EVERY com fort and conven ience. On direct car lines from all R. R. Stations ar.d Ferries. Two minutes walk to the finest shops and theatres. ROOMS: 125 with privilege of bath $1.50 per day 75 with private shower bath $2.00 per day 150 with private bath $2.00 and up Club Breakfast . . 25c up Special Luncheon . 60c Dinner a a carte at moderate prices J. Fred Sayers Managing Director E. I. FISSEL Manufacturer Of PORK PRODUCTS Fresh and Smoked Sausage, Bologna, Vlnn WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 306 East Wright Street PHONE 651. Southern League. At Atlanta 2-2. Little Rock 7-2 Second called at end of fifth inning, rain. At New Orleans 0, Nashville 1. At Birmingham -Memphis, rain. At Mobile ?, Chattanooga 7- MILLVILLE Millville, -Tuly 25. Company M ca.i count on the roll about 150 men, and are arranging to be ready for Jack sonville, or elsewhere they made be ordered by August 5. The good pa triotic women of Millville have com pleted a "comfort kit," for each of the?e soldiers; these kits are real beauties, with the initials of the names neatly worked on them, and will be presented the day of their departure. The captiin and lieuten ants are very much deliehted at the progress the boys have already made in the practice of dri l work. Rev. Wiley F. Martin has returned from a trip to the following points, Freeport, Bruce, Penracola and Bluff Springs. He reports a nice trip and carefully noted the improvements in these sections, and especially he says Pensacola's future is exceedingly bright. YVardville, July 25. A large crowd attended the holiness meeting at the tabernacle Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Ward and Tit tle son, of Pine Barren, were pleasant caller's at E. Ward's Sunday. Mrs. Lige Graham and daughter, Clara, and Mrs. Pearl Hall spent Monday with Mrs. Nora Mims. Miss Carrie Majors and Oscar Ward visited in Walnut Hill Thurs day. Mr. and Mrs. Noh Belle, of Robin sonville, spent the week-end here with homefolks- W .S. Ward had the misfortune to lose a fine 200-pound hog. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Milsted visited their son, W. G. Milsted, of Walnut Hill, Sunday. Mrs. George Trammell and daugh ters, Hazel and Elmer, will leave on Tuesday for their home in California, after an extended visit wit'i rela tives. Mrs. Hattie Steadham, of Jake Sprincs, visited her mother, Mrs- Har riet Eddins, last evening. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Taylor, of Mc David. have moved into our vicinity recently. George Ward and Grover Lee have gone to Pensacola, where they hava secured positions. They expect to move their families soon. About one hundred cattle were dip ped here one day last week. A reunion dinner was given at E. Ward's Sunday. A watermelon cut ting wa3 enjoyed in the afternoon. OLIVE THOMAS IN TRIANGLE PLAY, "MADCAP MADGE." A BREEZY COLLEGE COMEDY SH OWING AT THE BON IT A TODAY "The Brand of Satan." In "The Brand of Satan" the prin cipal character is a man who, be cause of circumstances surrcunding his birth, has two distinct personal ties. When in one personality he does thincs that the other personality dors not know about. Neither per sonality has any recollection of the other or oA tho thinfrs the other per sonality does. Montagu Love depict the interesting and unusual rharact'1' of this man and depicts the two per sonalities in a way that will litv.rer long in the memory of all those wh-- see this production. Needless to say the course of the drama is marked by thrills and excitement. There is something strance and startling do ing every minute and the smashing climax in which everything is cleared up and two loving hearts are united, comes o.ll too soon. Mr- Love is sup ported in this attraction by an all star cast including Gerda Holmes, Evelvn Greelev and Albert Hart. "The Brand of' Satan" will be the big attraction tomorrow at the Isis theatre- of her front wheels skidded and threatened to throw her and the car over the bank which sloped down to the majestic Hudson. Like a flash she swerved the steer ing gear and a fatal accident was averte-1 by her quick thought and action. Series No. 7, Orodinance No. 6. AN ORDINANCE To Bo Er.tt!i I An Ordinance prant Ir.s to the Gulf. Florida & Alabama T? ilwn- t"rmy ti a rnrnftrafinn 1 1- rizht to eonstruct, occupy ar.d malr.. t3in a railroad track on certain portions of Main street, in the City of rensa-ola. Florida, and to authorize the r? ns.i, o!a Flectric Company to change the e:M:rie oration of it? track in a certain pcrti ci 1 f Mdin street. He It Ordained by the Board of Com miFS oners of the t'i'y of Pers-i' r.i,i: Section 1. That in consideration i-f the ' ;-iif. Florida & Alabama Railway ,om parv or its receivers, after o!-f i:;!!ic ; itho'-ify from the Pistnct Cn-ir! of the I'nifd States for the Northern I ij.-itrt'-t of Florida, releas.ng and re'm n';is!::ni: t-- the City of Pensacola withir. iv.nctv ( i da vp from the passaco of r: is or dinance, all its franchises, rights and privtleces in and to that fart street U iner Vetveen "A"' s'r u -st and 'nvi-a Mret on 'he . s Y:f o!n Granted by the "it v 'ia to the said G'llf. Florid 1 (a ma Railway Company ti: onst ru. t. miiti'uln an 1 of.-rat re. tier, with its buMiit-ss a .1 arrier. sme ra'Irc.f 1 tt.x- (or: the street and ; 'il h - pre li.e Citv of Pe ! sa -oj 1 , :is fV.Sott mer.cir.K on Main s':--r t at it-.-e tion wth OUvii. or "A" thence extending east v -irdly a'one M.in . street and across th" track of t:ie JVn sacoia Electric Companv to a point one : hiitidred and ten fe-t. a p:roi ma t el . 'cast of the intersection of Main nnd 1 'o lc streets. th"n into .,nil i-'ii and over bloi ks twentv nin' Tfi ai.d t vcnty.elpht (Tm of the water front to i . i..-00 mi eniif ii ltr., nf Mil n rti-ft t and thence in and upon Main street to connc-t with the track of the T'ensa ila K'ei trio Company at a point on. or west of, ihe eastern boundary line of r:i d b'o.'k twentv e-crt t extended across Main s'rect. as show i.pon the plat a't o-h.-d to this ordin uve Se.'tion 2. That the said Culf. Florida t- Al iba'ra Itailw ay Companv shall s- constrnct the s.ud track that sti.-pt passage over and alone the same for vehicles w;!! not h interc, ; tod. and shall at all times keep the space be tween the rails of the tra k. and for eichteen in- hes on each side thereof, in the same condition in which the city shall maintain the remainder of the Electrh- Co-Tip In full foree a rasped j-.;:y nA-21-.-.v4w "' s r. 1 effec 1 f. r.T. C;tv Ork. DISSOLUTION The p rr r.erhin ve 'aider t'". mme ef 7 . Oorrriny. ; tuis ., ni-j'-nl eopotit. Mr TI from, t e f'riTi Th.e b'iS!nes wil' tKe s a rr. rirn - o a ss ii it- e s a '. 1 hi. t'r.l (i':e t"e I.'r-'-e-i'o be co'jert-! b-, X c ?: OTlCE. "re e:st:r.5 '"o'a Potth.nst d- solved bv I 'e-i 1 r t ' ri r " 5-.ct1 'ir.der T R Pea!. lTd at; rr-panv w,., K I'ea" -. PFaU F' F" A I. -f Vd.ir ) r n th- I I:- there ; fore.-l f ivpS;i. ; V.' ! md Ala - j i'-'.a r-cht to i decre , con - j sal i a. men in a -: and ! A i : y of 1 'o-ii -:nter. ti-eet. i w NOTICE Cr ; la : of a ' e I ! d S 1 '. e v. !" :: .. i A L E , of 1 i s M ' : r t ; f o- Ch.est i .e Philadelphia Evening Ledger: "'Womanhood.' at the Chestnut Street Opera Houe for three week?. ! i. .- - p AAV WAITER MG!?All One nf the Stars in "Womanhood, ' 1 ,..i,A i is about four times as interesting as fre f.lorv of a Nation." Which Comes 'The Battle Cry of Teao?' and four to ihe jsis Ncxt Wednesday and times as handsome in visual appeal, ; Thursday in realistic sense, in dramatic value." j " street adjacent thereto, and if the 1'ity of pensaci.la shall pave any port on of said street occupied by said track, th.e said grantee shall pave In '.ike manner, between the rails, and for the sna e of eighteen ill' hes on eacli side tc..-.!-oof and shall keep in coo,! order and m:ui; t in the said pa vine. Section " That the franchises berebv pranted- shall continue for the pe;- od of twenty. five r ears, subject to the ter mination thereof and purchase by the City of Pensacola. at anv time after fifteen ears from the date of the pass age ot this ordinance; provide. j. how i' "h.T-.iei.- : Mn p-m-eU v ders: k;1 e 1 . a Mon-lav. a-..- lsal ho jva the rn'inn Florid 1 cash to t f"!l"!'i; des.-r:led I'll 5 lylr-e and be-i e r, the 1 '1 bia. St lte ,-' F'."nd i. lots eleven a-'d twelve i tair.me tn elve a "ft Pi an.1 t'-.e notttieasr ,-nv I 1 ii 1 . roi-1 i mi : 1: fn'ni or les, n. 1 1 ' :ic a total aci rs. "1 o e Vss. a:1' ,T, 1 ' U'lto.c p"M-, -, .1 'M n Pon - i n ; ne7. cr.vii fo'ir 1 1 1 . towntdp t w t h i; t 1 '."1 west, a ceo: '. W F i.ee. eco;,!e, pipe ; t S of th'1 fecii;-. o ;n t . Flo: Ida. t i:et he ! fluents, l-ereditament ; a a rices T e 1 at pur- Tern's, cast: at time of s. -.',' K1 ''HF Ihl' Spe :...) Masf r h l"2f A-M iiy Iw d' -.-,. .- - re' 1 on I'ir. C Kcirr rv. w i-.i.-h n:n ;;es of it rut- 14". : 0: r ere - -i M .j r-r'i!",:'t. and v F Nham. C '-'.r- ,, n,i T.o'a dints, t h ; :-. - : a s t e -. ix i : 1 , on r-.s of 1 "i p e r s t i . and sell for : M hidde- th iiv,-tv. s.'uate. ut ' ' of Fs -i m to it a;i of i n r 1 1 ; h con -1. nore or '.ens, er of lot ten ... .p.-,, n-.o-i of th'rtv.elsbt know tl as t e ! beine in the se. t ion t u!r t v -2 1 nouth. r:nif oir to survev of ohime 13. at s of Ks-,imh.i with, the ten. and arP'irter. rC aser s cast. FT. I Notice is hereby eiven that the under sicne.i, administrator of the estate of Kavniond Fnhwaid. de. eased, will on the dth (lav of Octohei, A I. 1 PI 7 rtesept liis f.nal accimnt and ouch.er- to the count-, i.clte of l-h-.amhia county. Florida, and ask to he d'scharced from Ins paid a im : nis 1 1 a t 1 -!; I . F. I. HF RHINO. Administrator. 14TA a p ' 1 7.oa mm Notice Is i Don't Stand There and ever, that a'l the right and privileces 1 evf the shai herein njid hereby cranted shall cease and determine imn-.ediatelv If the said tra'k shall not be compiefed wiflln nine months from the date of the pass ace of this ordinance, and thereafter ron tinuonslv maintained and operated by said (iulf, Florida &- Alabama Railway Company. Section 4. The tra-k herein author i7ed to be constructed, maintained and operated, shall not be used for the stor age of cars, and cars shall not be al lowed to stand on same, within the hurts of any street, and all the richts and privileges hereby granted shall be suhieet to existing ordinances of the Citv of Pensacola. and to such reason, ab'e regulations as th.e public safety and convenience miv rei-julre. and a? the Commissioners of said City may prescribe Section 5. Except as specially pro v'ded herein nothing in this ordinance shall be construed to affect anv pro ions grant or other existing right of any person, firm or corporation, and all of the rights, privileges and grants men. A BAD SPRING FOR WOMEN The late, cold and damp spring seems to have ben particularly sev ere on the herlth of women, and many ar? suffering frovi the back ache, rheumatic pains, oches, and pains in sides, joints and mus-les lumbago and other ailments faused by overwork or disordered kidnova or bladder. Mrs. T. J. Bucknell, Hardy, Neb . writes: "1 ?m recover ing from nn attack of lumbago by the aid of Foley 'lidney Fills. Tt surely help me" Women seem pe culirly liable to kidney trouble, and no symptom should be n.-"rlected. Pi' A loivhort"'-. P'vamicv . adv. The Cause of Constipation. Constipation is usually due to a la k of water in the excrement. To effect a cure you must take more water into the system. It may be months, however, before this has any appreciable effect on the bowels, but when persisted in and fruit and veg etables containing water are eaten freely, the condition may be over come. In the meantime use the mild est laxatives obtainable and take onlv enough to produce the desir.d effect. Chamberlain's Tablets are one of the best. They are easv t,i take and most agreeable in effect. Adv; It cure? the itch, eczema, itching piles, r'neorm, tetter, etc. Isn't it orth a ha!' dollar to stop itching ' Then get Tet.--rine at your druggist's or direct from the Shuptrine Co., Savannah, Ga. -Jl JL Li ROYAL TYPEWRITERS MAYES PRINTING CO. FINE JOB PRINTING ! Office Supplies ! 17-19 W. Government St. Phone 181 j and Pensacola Launch Machine Co. fwo Sets Manne Ways. Willard Service Statior;. Skiffs and Motor Roct8 Ruilt and Repaired. P. L. Brown. Msr. Phone 6S2 Pensacola Buick and Supply Co. BUICK VALVE-IN.HEAD MOTOR CARS. TIRES. OILS. ACCES SORIES, SUPPLIES. PHONE 4S5 NOTICE. j Owners of property on which the City of Pensacola has liens for taxes can pay the taxes levied for any year prior to January, 1917. and save the penalties and ac cruing interest, at the rate of eicrht (8) per cent. Property owners will find it to their interest to avail themselves of this privilege without delay. For further information, applv to the Citv Comptrol ler. " CKO. H. TITXRTCH-S. Commissioner of Finance and Revenue. Alice Joyce Is Near Death c- . 1 In order to plav the feminine l-ad. ' Scratch; Cure the Itch i that of Mary Ward, in .1 Stuart i No need of everlasting scratching it I tionM and nude herein shall be puhieot P.Urlttnn'c natr-iotio Qnoetaclo "Wo- 'locks had. I,earn ahom the wonders of marihood, the Glory of a Nation."; TETTERINE wnicn is at the is's theatre next Wednesday and Thursday, Alice. Joyce was forced to learn to drive i motor. A country road alone the Hudson was chosen for the lessons for here is where the scenes showin:: hop es caping through the enemy's lines were to be filmed. After the neces sary training, M'ss Joyce was able to qualify as an expert driver and the camera-man and director stood their ground when the final action started. However, Miss Joyce had driven over the road before when it was per fectly dry and this day. owing to the night's storm, the ground was very damp. She started ' to speed ; along before th soldiers in the pur suing automobile when suddenly one Tte Banking Savinp & Trust Company THt. UPTOWN BANK General Banking Only Trust Com nan j in West FJorids. WE BUY AND SELL BONDS ISjulyTt "What Corking Luck the People Say. It isn't luck that wins the day But if success ('and fish ) vou're wi shiner .Get fishincr tackle "fit for fishincr." Fishing Tackle 'The Sportsmen's Store' keeps nothing but the verv best. WILSON-BIGGS CO. Phone '2? South Palafox -ii' H existing grants or vested rlcnts all othr persons, firms and corpora- i Hons. Section fi. Neither this franchise nor any rights or privileges herein and hereby granted shall he transferred, sold or assigned unless the same shall hereafter be authorized by ordinance of the C'ifv of Tensacola. Section 7. This ordinance shall taVe effect thnty davs after its passage nnd publication at the expense of the Gulf, Florida v Alabama Railway Oompsinv, or its receivers, subject to referendum and to each, and all of the terms and conditions provided in sections r. 1 ami 2, of t-hapter fi74. Laws of Florida. providing for a commission form of government for the Citv of Fensaeola. in so far a-- the same can be made to aprlv. and the r.ghts and privilege? hereby granted are granted subject to ea'h and all the terms and "ondifion.s contained in. the ordinance passed Feb ruary 12th. lf11. "grantinc to Rov c Megargel, Wm H. Knowle? AVm. S. K'evser. Wm Fisher. YV. A Rlount. John F. Stillman and A. M Avery, and their assigns, a right of way over, alone and across certain street? in the Citv of Pensacola. and certain rights in and to eertn' n property in said ottv. and in the water front thereof." and in all other ordinances amendatorv thereof Section s. That not-withstanding anv thing herein to the c.ptrarv. this or dinance shall be of no effect unless the Pensacola Ele. trie Company shall within ninetv rilvi! after 'he flare of th passage of this ordinance, file in tho office of ti'.e i tv clerk of the Citv of Pensaco'.i. it acireen-ent in writing to change the location of the aid coin pany's track that in now laid In Mam street from the point where Main street intersects with "A" street to a point In Main street one hundred and ten OK') feet, approxima telv, esst of the inter section of Main and Covle streets, to the location in Main street between said points and along the lines indi cated upon the plat attached hereto anrl upon the grade to be approved bv the city engineer, and to surrender, relin quish and release all sid company's franchise, rights and privileges n and to said portions of Main street oc.-upied by said existing track, which said lights and privileges shall thereafter he ex tended to. and apply to, the portions of Main street to he occupied by said rompany's track as its loeaTi.on between the points aforesaid shall he 'hanged, and fixed as herein provided. And. except ns is herein specially pro vided, all existing franchise richts. priv ileges and obligations of saii Pensacola herehv F en that a meeting 'holders of the National Rank of Com n-ere e will he held at it's banking rooms. In Pensacola. Florida, at 2 o'clock p m.. on July SI. l'.17. for the purpose of considering and taklnc action upon a resolution placing said Park in volun tary liquidation, nnd nion a proposed purchase of its assets by th.e American National Rank and for other purposes. J. YV. MAI.OXR, mSA-SM'.ineda P-a shier. Notice ts h.erehv gdven that a meeting of the shareholders of the American National Rank, of Pensacola. Florida, will be held at 2pm. or July 31. lal". at lt banking rooms in Pensacola. Florida, for the purpose of considering and passing upon amendments to it Artic'es of Association, and of increasing its cat it.il stock and for other purposes. C V. LAMAR. 1327A-eniuneSMa ' Cashier. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. The Roard of PubHc Instruction will bp in session Thursday evening at six o'clo.-k to consider bids for remodeling the Tabernacle for h;f hs chool building, and for the erection of a dormitory at the J M. Tate Agricultural School at Gonzalez. Fla. Plans and specifications mav he had at the office of the super intendent. A S KPYCARPS, St Superintendent. NOTICE. Xotic is herebv given -hat under and bv virtue of a decree of foreclosure and sale rendered by the Honorable C. M .Tones. Judge of the Court of Record of Kscambia countv. Florida, on the 21st day of July. A D l'17. in a certain cause pending in the circuit court of Escambia count v, Florida, in chancery, wherein Ruth Reynolds. Mary Reynolds and Wm. Reynolds are complainants, and Rose Rmilv Hyer and Henry Hyer. tier husband, fv A Leonard, et als , are defendants. I will, on Mondav. the 3rd dav of September. A T 1017. offer for sale, in front of the countv court house door, in the Citv of Pensacola, Florida, during the lecral hours of sal, to the highest bidder for cash the following Ascribed real estate, sitnate, l".ng and being in the Citv of ret-.sa cola. State of Florida, as follows, to-fit- Rlock one hundred and forfv.two ClTi of the New City tract, together with the tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances there unto j-.elonging or in any wise apper taining Term? ci;h. Peed at cost of purchaser YVM FTSKF.R. 1342 A -Jul" I'oawiw Special Master. The Clutter Music House PIANOS, PLAYER PIANOS, ORGANS, TUNING, REPAIRING " THE OLD RELIABLE" REMEDYFORMEH. AT YOUR DRUGGIST. Doings of the Duffs Olivia Can Probably Do As Well As Tom By Allmah ! ffetr to tTwfr unnatural diebr,-e. pinl,joB poitoooua -nd will oot (incurs. KelltYt. In ltatdftra. frel rllf dMlred-Prlct II. or 8 boitlet tl 75 ONCBMATI.a MB 16 rr pared by TMft HVANS CMHMICAL CO.. r Hot Weather Necessities My howlng of Ice Tea Giaisem, Water Set. Ice Cream Dishes. Fruit Dishe, etc., la most complete. Will C. Diffenderfer. JEWELER U. S. Army Uniforms Tailored to Measure LONDON WOOLEN MILLS 117 South Palafos Street DAWNS, I pONTT Know wow well Vi VJITH T.MIS.&UT I'LL MAKE A STAB AT IT 1 b i 1 . kNOVj, SON THIS IsmV AS EASS AS IT LOOKS oh.Tom, Look AT ALL THE BAWDAtfES I MADE FOR- THE Red ccoss r- i " Vell, szeinG"s You're. r--r So PtJOFIClEMT AT j h 3 BANPACJJM TWJTR I j A LITTLE BRST AID J j ' f t