THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. THURSDAY MORNING, AUliUsi z, ivn
'CLEAN AS A
TCHI Y is it that a dog's teeth are clean?
Why is it that wild animala seldom
have decayed teeth?
Nature's substitute for a tooth brush is
a tree-flowing saliva which washes away
the food deposits. Hut the mouth of civ
ilized man is comparatively "dry." Also,
we eat soft, starchy foods, which stick to
the teeth, ferment, and so cause tooth
The only way to prevent tooth decay is to
clean away this food debris with a tooth
brush and an efficient dentifrice. Ask vour
dentist if this isn't so. Ask him also about
S. S. White Tooth Paste a pure, wholesome,
Your druggist has it Sign nd mail the coupon be
low for onr booklet, "Good Teeth; How They Crow
And How To Keep Them."
THE S. S. WHITE DENTAL MFC CO.
MOUTH A.ND IOLLX1 PREPARATIONS
211 SOUTH 12th ST. PHILADELPHIA
K?nnH!TE TOOTH PASTE ! i IP
i iiiiiwwuw i hi awn iwiii mm,, m LMj
ft. - - - - - -- l . Tl l.l Mill
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, -r ttiwt t least sena me a ccpu or kjoou ieein.; i iuw i i.ry uru
COUPON n&Sto Kerf TheWalsoa sample tube of S&MtitlbotiiRutt.
TRY IT IT IS EASY TO MAKE
HERE'S THE RECIPE.
4 cupful chopped nuts. 1 egg, 1 teaspoonful salt
IT'S TASTY AND WHOLESOME.
water, tableepoonsful melted lard or Crlsco,
Maal. Boll water and salt together,
atlr in corn meal, add nuts and stir
and cook 10 mlnoteB. Remove from
fire and add melted lard and efts
well beaten. Turn Into greased tin
nd cool. When cold allce and fry
In hot laM or butter. Serve with
syrup, molasses or honey.
Be sure to use
Gonzalez Corn Meal
It Rves best results, because It Is
the tenderegt and sweetest corn ob
tainable, ground fresh every day in a
ttarfttary milling plant at Pensacola..
old at all grocers. In 23. 46, 92-lb sacks
2 cupsful Gonzalez Corn
The M. F.Gonzalez Co.
FINED FOR HAVING
BRILLIANT LIGHTS WlllNffl TRIftL
ON AUTOMOBILE L MAN WAIVED
Cases were made against a number
of parties yesterday for operating
their respective cars with either pter
ins lights or with no tail lijrht, and.
with one exception, the defendants
riro v,j ---i'tv. n'eadine: in some case-;
a lack of knowledge of the provis
ions of the new amendments to i?
ordinance regulating the operation of
automobiles on the streets of Pensa
cola. Recorder Semmes, ' unable to be
present on account of iilnos-. had
passed on like questions before, and
the fine, a sort of a precedent for
the first offense, was fixed at and
costs by the acting: recorder. Officer
Frank Robe and Georue B. Gina'le.
acting in special capacity, were
prosecutors in every case.
This amendment prohibits the use
of glaring headlights on cars in the
city, and also requires that all cars
carry tail litrnts at night, and in some
of the cases yesterday it was shown
that no tail light was showing- j
Preliminary hearincr in the case of
the county atrainst Paymaster Rob
bins, who was arrested recently on
comp:laint of William R. Wooters, for
assault and battery, was waived
the defendant in the county judge's
court yesterday, and the case wlTT
come before the court of record at
the September term The arrest was
made after soma difficulty between
the officer and Mr. Wooters, who is
publisher of the Naval Flyiner Corps
Monthly, ami who claims that the
officer struck him, upset the chair
in which he was sitting, throwing him
to the floor.
THE DONE DRY LAW
Joe Porton. colored, broach t back
from near McDavid, some time since
on a charge of violation of the bono
dry law, pleaded guilty to the charge
yesterday in the court of record and
was sentenced to pay a tin" of Sl't'J
and costs or four months in th roun
tv jail. The negro was found nea
McDavid some several davs ago, tar
rving more liquor than the law al
Ruth Samuel and M. Johnson, col ;
ored, and Minnie Rivers, white, all
truiltv to vacrrancv. were sentenced bv
j court like others who have pleaded to :
j such charge in the past. The two first
. named were sentenced to pay the cots
of prosecution and six months in the
' county jail, to have the privilege of ;
I leaving the state, however. In casej
j they leave, which they promised to do, 1
! the jail term will be suspended.
In the case of the other woman, she i
Upon a replevin sued out by Mont
romcrv oarties, the fine four-cylinder
Cole autotno'.le. which was halted j
when on the way to the Alabama i
apital -with a large copper tank'fit
ted in the car, ami which contained
about thirty-five gallons of liquor, !
was released and it is understood the
Huick Company, of Montgomei y, si-;, j
up the ilaim for the car. j
The . ovcral arrests which were J
made from the discovery of the tank i
filled with liquor in the auto ;,o'dk !
will be tried out in the United StaV,s
JV. ; if I
m IS IS ED
Xavy recruiting stations are again
urged by the district headquarters
obtain machinists mates, and ngro !
mess attendants. There is no limit i
to the quota of either, and it is hoped !
that the appeal will meet wiui some
was sentenced to pay costs and serve i response in Pensacola.
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six rnontns, tne latter part oi me,
sentence to be suspended on good be-!
We Are the Authorized Shoe Repairers
Subject to the Grade of Material and Prices Approved
by the Government.
Chatt's Electrical Shoe Shop
Near Main Gate, Aero Station.
CARRIED BY NEGRO
John Smith, a negro from the Wal-;
nut Hill communitv, was brought into !
I the city yesterday by Deputy Sheriff
Graham, on a charge o! carrying con
cealed weapons. It was claimed the i
negro was found to have been carry- S
ing a dangerous weapon in therom-,
munity and was caught with the
goods, it is asserted. Reins: unable
to make bond he was locked up in the;
county jail to await trial i
i ne naval recruiting station was
moved yesterday to the Isis theater to
add further stimulant to the showing
of the patriotic spectacle. "Woman
hood, the Glory of the Nation."
The magnitude of the great war in which we are now en
gaged, has necessitated unusual preparation. Mighty forces are
marshaling, great stores of food and munitions are being gathered,
and the energies of the nation are focused on problems incident
to the war.
At the very beginning of the war, the whole Bell System was
placed at the disposal of the Government. No nation has entered
the war with such a comprehensive and efficient telephone service
As our military establishment grows, the demands of the Gov
ernment upon the Bell System are bound to increase and always
they must take precedence over all others.
Increased activity in commerce and industry as the result of
larger demands for food and munitions from our allies and for our
own use, means more need of telephone service by private business.
But private business must always be subordinated to the Gov
Each individual American will co-operate in this patriotic
service, and submit cheerfully to inconvenience or delay in his tele
phone service, when he understands how vital it is that Govern
ment service shall take precedence over all else.
J. T. PEELE, District Manager.
SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE
AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY
NO MEETING YRCHT
CLUB LIST NIGHT
Xo meeting of the Yacht Club was
held last night in spite of the fact
that it was the regular time for meet
ing. The lapse was made because
of the big semi-annual entertainment
last Wednesday night, and the cruise
and races Sunday.
The next meeting will be held next
Wednesday at the usual time-
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WORKING HARD DN
TNE DRAFT LISTS
Work on the selective draft list for
this county progressed rapidlv yes
terday and every effort is being made
to complete it at the earliest possible
moment, as much time was lost by do
lay in receiving it.
It is expected that it will be nearly
a week before those r.ithin the first
draft can be notified to report for
IS ARRESTED ON
(Montgomery Advertiser )
into this bone-dry tate, J U. Reeves j cola U M
was arrested bv Deputy United I the officers
States marshals ami taken before ! aio the whi-kcv
United States Commissioner J- R. j tinally settled.
Thomas, who bound him over to : - - -
court in the sum of S'100.
Reeves made the bond and now is
at liberty, pending a preliminary
trial on August 0
The case probably will be decided
eventually in the F'lorida courts, as
the specific charge against Reeves is
that of conspiring to transport liquor
out of Pensacola to Montgomery in
vioTalion of Section 5 of the I'ostof-
MEN IN D.-M. OEPT.
reported that nearly a car load
came into the citv a month or so ago
i Mrs. Mary W. Martin, aged about
I '"'0 years, died yesterday afternoon at
j her late home, Xo. 410 East Govern-
ment street. j billed as a car of shingles.
The funeral will take place today,! However, the usual manner is V)
; the cortege to move from the home endeavor to get booze into the city
at 4 o'clock, services to take place at ! out of Pensacola by automobile.
; St. Michael's Church and interment i Charged with making such an attempt
Since the "bone drv" law went into ncp Appropriation Act, approved
effect in Alabama 'all manner of ; March l'.UT. relating to the inter
schemes, all more or less clever and I st&to trafti of liquor, except for
ingenious, have been used bv differ- 1 medicinal, sacramental, scientific or
ent persons to import liquor into ' mechanical purposes.
Montgomery, either for their per- ; It is said that Reeves had several
sonal usf or for bootlegging, and it accomplices in the alleged infringe-
at the cemetery of the same name.
ment ut the federal prohibition law,
and the officers have been endeavor
ing to locate the others who are be
lieved to have been in the conspiracy,
but the men have made good their
get-away for the time being.
The automobile in which the liquor
' Orders were received r.t the !oca
; army recruiting station cstcnla.
j from state headquarters authorizing
J the enlistment of married anplicant;
for the quartermaster's department
who are qualifhd as cooks or bakers
The only condition to such enlistmen".
is that such applicant agu e to main
tain his family.
transport liquor from Pensacola j was being transported from Pensa-
The Journal's "Want Ad
way will get you results.
R. E. Dorian and son, Frank D. Dor
an, w'th Misses 13. S Gilbert and
. Dorothy West, motored to Pensacola
: from Mobiles yesFeruiYy for a short
i visit to the citv.
LOW SUMMER FARES
ROUND TRIP tickets over the Louisville & Nashville Railroad
are sold daily at greatly reduced fares to all the principal lake,
mountain and seashore resorts and to many of the larger cities
in the North. These tickets are good returning until October 3 lit.
Liberal stop-over privileges.
E. F. Porter, of Pittsburgh. Kas..
and Holt, Fla., arrived in the city
yesterday Mr. Porter is extensively
interested in the lumber business in
Florida, and is a frequent visitor
W. X. Robinson, of Atlanta, arrived
j in the city yesterday on business.
J. P. Headly, Jr , and W. H. Nolan,
of Atlanta, are business visitors to
ROUND TRIP FARES FROM PENSACOLA
Charlevoix - -
( hiutauqua I akc Pli.
French Lick Sprint -Indianapolis
Louisville - -
Minneapolis - .
Petoskey - -Put
Salt Lake "City -St.
Louis - -Toronto
Return Limit 90 Days
These are a few of the points. There are a great manv others and me witl be
pl'ssed to give full information upon application. Proportionately low-fares from
other points in est Florida.
Let Us Arrange Your Vacation Trip
CH. MANN, District Passenger Agent
F. L. MILLER, City Ticket Agent
A. C. rroudfoot, of the Tampa firm
of that name, arrived in the city on
business yesterday. This company
was recently awarded a larsje con
tract by the navy department for the
construction of three concrete piers
at the aeronautic station
D. A. Sir. hit and B. H. Buiruss, of
Jacksonville, are business visitors to
X. W Bradley, of Brewton. is in
the city on business and while here is
stopping: at the San Carlos.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Van C'.eve. of
Flemington, a suburb of rMlr.delphia, j
left yesterday for their home, after
spending several weeks in Fcnsacoia '
anrl the rnait reports- !
Five-cent Tickets Between Country Club and
Effective Wednesday, August 1st, we are placing on sale a five-ce-t ticket in books
of ten for fifty cents, good for transportation either way between the Country Club
and Fort Barrancas and intermediate points.
Passengers boarding car at Fort Barrancas or Navy Yard can ride to Country
Club for this ticket, and then, if desired, proceed to the city for additional five-cent
PENSACOLA ELECTRIC CO.
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