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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. SATURDAY MORNING. AUGUST 11, 1917.
3 i .--'-- '-It m,i . mm ii irA jbtecommend Resinol to that friend witW skin trouble If you have a friend suffering with eczema or other itching, burning eruption, what greater kindness could you do him than to say : " Why don't you try Resino! ? I know you have experimented with a dozen treatments, but I believe Resinol is different. It does not claim to be a 'cure-all' simply a soothing, healing ointment, free from all harsh drugs, that physicians prescribe widely in just such cases asyours. Do get a jar today ! " ResinM Ointment is sold by all druggists. Prices Everything have advanced at a tre mendous rate over that of a year ago. You would be sur prised to know that we give the same high quality, the same full weight and practically the same prices consis tent with that quality, as a year ago. Try a pound of our special blend, fresh ground coffee. 25 cents. Peoples Supply Store 213 rhoncs 073 9th Ave. and Gregorv. On ' lip, i.i mm mmp i fff r The Banking Sayings & Trust Company THE UPTOWN BANK General Banking Only Trust Company in Weal Florida. WE BUY AND SELL BONDS II ffl uK MAN WILL CALL ACME PRINTSHOP IVatBnn.ParLprX ww J j w) m m m m m Reese Company "EVERYTHING TO WEAR." fj GET AN ELECTRIC IRON DO THINGS NEATLY. SPEEDILY AND COMFORTABLY. Pensacola Electric Co. PHONE 2010 The Personal IjpS Writing Machine CoroNA Reynalds Music House TO RELIEVE INDIGESTION OR DYSPEPSIA, TAKE A DYSPEPSIA TABLET BEFORE AND AFTER EACH MEAL 25c Box. The Crystal Pharmacy. LX-L-LL J. P. REMICH & SONS DISTRIBUTORS. ESSEN KAY. MSS0J9JkXLW OIL FOR WHEELS OF PROSPERITY IN WAKULLA GO. SPECIAL TO THE JOURNAL. Tallahassee, Fla., Aug. 10. The oil well drilled by the Benheur Develop ment Company a few miles west of Wakulla station in Wakulla county, has reached a depth of two thousand feet. President B M- Cates, of the com pany believes that the oil sands through which the drill is now pene trating are indicative of a flow of oil below- He will continue to sink the well, however, to a depth of three thousand feet; HOTEL PORTER Rill L LI10R ueorge crown, a negro porter in the local courts, and is based upon the employ of the San Carlos hotel J the proven refusal of the railroad was arrested yesterday afternoon bylcompanys agents to allow plaintitf the United Mates marshal on a war rant sworn out by Assistant District Attorney Earl Hoffman, charging him with violation of the president's proc lamation by bringing liquor into the half mile zone arouni the armory. ! l ins is iiie lirsL tase ui us twin to come up since Company I encamped in the armory, and thereby made it a military camp. When the company mobilized, a zone of one-half mile in which licjuor was prohibited was thrown around the camp The affidavit charges that the ! porter did transport upon his person j on the train with Strong from Quin certain alcoholic liquors into a zone;tette. The family was bound for within a half mile of the camp. When arrested by Police Officer Murphy, the negro claimed that the supply was for some men in the hotel, but later protested that it was his own use, as he was giving a "party" at his home that night. The liquor is in custody of the United States marshal. BOOSTER PUBLICATION ISSUED IN CAPITAL Tallahassee, Fla , Aug- 10. The first number of the North Florida Advertiser, published by Mrs F. R S. Phillips, secretary of the Tallahas see Boosters' Club, in the interest of Tallahassee, Leon county and thi3 section has been issued. Regain Your Normal Weight You can add one-fourth to one-half pound a day by drinking a glass of this delicious digestant with each meal Shivar Ale PURE DIGESTIVE AHOMATICS WITH SHIVAR MINERAL WATER AND GINGER Gives a hearty appetite, Tjgoroua digestion, rich blood, clear complex ion and firm flesh. Your money back on first dozen if not delighted. At all grocers and druggists. Bottled and guaranteed by the eele. brated Shivar Mineral Spring, ShcU ton, S. C If your regular dealer cannot supply you telephone West Florida Grocery Co. Wholesale Dutribatori for Peniacola. D'ALEMBERTE'S PEROXIDE CREAM for face massage. Phone 109 GOOD DRUG STORE' "A The Parlor Market "Moms of AU That's Purs" Fresh Western Meats. POULTRY, EOQS AND GREEN GROCERIES. PHONE 175-174. Doings of the 1 1 Large Food Production Vital to National Safety Washington, D. C, Aug. 10. The production of over one billion bush els of wheat and over eighty-three million bushels of rye, through the planting of 47,337,000 acres to winter wheat and of 5,131,000 acres to rye this fall, is the immediate war agri cultural program for the nation an nounced today by David F. Houston, Secretary of Agriculture. This rec ord winter wheat acreage, an increase of 18 per cent over last year, would yield 672,000,000 bushels if the aver age yield for the past ten years is L. N. Is Fined $250 For 1 Making Man Miss His Train One case was disposed of in the court of record yesterday, this being that of William Strong vs. the Louis ville & Nashville Railroad Company, which resulted in a verdict for the plaintiff in the sum of $250 and in terest from date of suit, and sixty cents refund, the price of a ticket bought- This was one of the most novel cases heard in any recent terms of company's agents to allow plaintiff senger depot after he had purchased a ticket, which he exhibited, and which was the price of transportation to Milton- Xhe verdict, except for the sixty cents, was for punitive damages against the railroad company on ac count of the refusal of the gate keep er at the Pensacola passenger station to allow plaintiff through the gate and board the company's train for which he had said ticket for Milton Plaintiff 's wife and child rams hpre iunton, out, according to testimony in the case, were unable to purchas tickets for Milton at Quintette Plaintiff decided to purchase tickets to Pensacola, and then, leaving the train here, purchased transportation Here's How to Tell Amy Cook on Snght Can you recognize a chef on sight? You can if he is an armv cook in uni form, and you use this diagram. Special duty men among the Sam mies wear appropriate devices on their sleeves the cook a cook's cap, the horseshoer a horseshoe, etc. (1) Mechanic and artificer. (2) Signal company, firstclass pr" ate. (3) Cook. (4) Hospital company, firstclass private. (5) Horseshoer. (6) Second-class gunner. (7) Saddler. ELL-AWS Absolutely Removes Indigestion. One package proves it 25catall druggists. BALKCOn DRUG CO. "The Prescription Store." Phone 19 or 123. Duffs Ccd5 3 j j I I 0 B equaled, or under a repetition of the favorable conditions of 1914 would give SSO.000,000 bushels. In either case with a spring wheat crop next year equal to that of 1915, the na tion will have more than one billion bushels of wheat for domestic use ani export. This vastly increased production of wheat, needed in any case, will be absolutely essential to prevent a se rious shortage of breadstuff's next summer should the growing corn, now behind the season, be much damaged by early frosts. for the balance of the journey. Fur chasing said tickets he started to re turn to the train and was intercepted at the gate when, he charged, the gate keeper was engrossed in some dispute with another passenger. While this difference was being aired, the train pulled out, leaving tho hus band and father on the wrong side of the fence. Expecting his wife and child to be put off the train, Strong decided that the best thing he could do was to ! follow as best he could. It would be morning before another traTn was leaving, so he-walked, believed in this way he would be most certain to lo cate his family, who he expected to be put off the train. He walked nil the way to Milton, his family's trans portation having been paid by a friend. His claim for damages for discom fort and suffering from the walk, and also for loss of time on account of be ing unable to work on account of the walk, were both ruled o-- nnrl Vo jury was confined to the money spent for ticket and punitive damages for j the wilful act of the gate keeper's re- fusal to pass him through the gate. In other words, the award is in the i light of a fine for the railroad company- SERIN IT MX CHURCH raw Tomorrow night at S o'clock, on the lawn of the Knox rresbytorian church, 13th avenue and Blount street, the pastor. Rev. I E. Phillips, will preach a patriotic- sermon on "The Man of the Hour " This prom ises to be of timely value and will deal with the present conditions of this country. It will be a plain talk upon the aims of our nation, how it is measuring up to them in this time of crisis, and what influences are weakening- and which are enhancing her progres Somethinc of interest is promised, ine evening service will de held on the lawn where ample accommodations are provided for r.I! who may desire to attend. The morning service will be held at 11 o'clock, at which time there will be special stories and sermon to the children, followed bv a short ser- 12DREAM S ix HAPPENS HERE'S A MICHEL DOu(bLAS. MOW, reurs BUY SOME PATH DT G Si UP AND don't rA (WAN NONE: Things Look Expensive CROSS, FEVERISH CHILD IS BILIOUS OR CONSTIPATED LOOK. MOTHER! SEE IF TONGUE IS COATED, BREATn HOT OR STOMACH SOUR. 'CALIFORNIA SYRUP OF FIGS CANT HARM TENDER STOM ACH, LIVER. BOWELS. Every mother realizes after giving her children "California Syrup of Figs" that this is their ideal laxative, because they love its pleasant taste and it thoroughly cleanses the tender little stomach, liver and bowels with out griping. When cross, irritable, feverish or breath is bad, stomach sour, look at the tongue, mother! If coated, give a teaspoonful of this harmless "fruit laxative," and in a few hours all the foul, constipated waste, sour bile anti undigested food passes out of the bowels, and you have a well, playful child again. When its little system is full of cold, throat soar, has stomach- ache, diarrohea. indigestion, colic- remember a good "inside cleansing" should always be the first treatment given. Millions of mothers keep "Cali fornia Syrup of Figs" handy; they know a tenspoonful today saves a sick child tomorrow. Ask your drug gist for a 50-cent bottle of "Cali fornia Syrup of Figs," which has di rections for babies, children of all ages and grown-ups printed on the bottle. Beware of counterfeits sold here. E0 don't be fooled. Get giriuine, made by "California Syrup Company." Adv. - the i Fig TOO MUCri riOltat TO TALK lJEACb mon to the grown-ups. To both of these services the fren- j eral public is most cordially invited- inn?e entireties whose pastors are absent on vacation are urped to wor ship with the Knox eoneresration at their services Sunday. Every man, woman and child interested in the v edfare of our nation is urgently in vited to attend the evening service, when vital facts will be presented in a graphic way, so that all may un derstand. Mr. Phillips will be in Fensacola but one more Sunday after tomor row. Then he leaves the city per manently to take up work elsewhere- Tersely Told. State Senator W. A. McLeod of the first district spent the day in the city vesterdav on business- To Drive Out Malaria and Build Up The System. Take the Old Standard GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONTC. You know what you are taking as the formula is printed on every label, showing it is Quinine and Iron in a tasteless form. 50c. TIAR PAGE FROM 70.000 BOOKS EXTOLLED EMPEROR Chicago, Aug. 10. Scores of citi zens who visited the supply house of the board of education to witness the Garden Cash PHONE Saturday Crackers, per pke .... oc Irish Potatoes per peck 50c Brookfield Butter, lb. .4oc Oleomargerine, per lb 25c Swift's Oleomargerine, per lb 30c Lard, per lb 171 :c Swift's Prer.iium Ham, per lb 26 1 ;c Majestic Ham, per lb 26: ;c Picnic Ham, per lb. .221 2c Side Meat, per lb. . .24I 2c Maxwell House Coffee, 2 cans for 65c Maxwell House Coffee. 3-lb can 95c Charmer Coffee, 1-lb can for 25c Palmetto Coffee, 1-lb pkg for 20c Tetley's or Lipton's Tea, per lb 75c Best Loose Tea, lb. . 50c Cocoa. 25c can 20c Van Camp's Hominy, per can 10c Van Camp's Soup, can 10c Libby's Tripe, can. . . 25c Canned or Roast Beef, can .25c Lunch Tongue, can. . -20c Potted Meats, 6 can. .25c Libby's Salmon, can. .20c Argo Salmon, can. . . .25c Bala Sardines, 2 cans 25c Van Camp's Deviled Tuna, 3 cans . 25c Early June Peas, 3 cans for .... 35c EXTRA SPECIAL! 14 pounds of Sugar for $1.00 with purchases of $4.00 or more assorted Groceries, or 7 pounds for 50 cents. All Orders Amounting to $1 or More Delivered Free tearing out of spellers of a page eulogizing the German emperor found the operation was being conduct eri IF YOU are as particular about your coffee as you are about the rest of your food if you demand that it be exactly right and always the same then you should order Maxwell House. You will never again have occa sion to be critical. For Maxwell House Coffee represents years of patient experiment and a life long study of the beverage. It has an indescribably smooth, rich, delicious flavor that has established this brand as pre-eminent in cup quality. No premiums, but full value Coffee. Ask your grocer he will tell you how good it is. Packed in sealed tins whole, ground (steel cut) or pulverized. Enjoy Maxwell House Tea, too J CHEEK-NEAL COFFEE COMPANY ' Oo. rvr 202: Monday Peas, No. i can, 2 tor 15c : Tomatoes. No. 2 car. i 2 for 25c 'Dkra and Tomatoes, ! 2 cans for 25c Tomato Paste. 2 caas 15c California A.-spacaus, 2c can ... 15c California Peaches. 25c can for 20c White Cherrvrs. No. 3 can for 30c Velva Syrup, can ... 10c Evangeline Sy.rup. half gallop. .... 10c Ripe Olive.-, 25c can.. 20c Beechnut Peanut But ter, jar 10c Wirfner or Magnolia I Milk, 3 cans 50c j Libby's Milk, 2 cans. .25c jPet Cream, tall, 3 cans 40c i Macaroni or Spaghetti, 12 ok its . 50c Toilet Paper, large rolls, 6 for -25c Sweet Pickelette, 50c jar for 30c Shaker Brand Pickles, 25c jar 15c "Hot "Stuff," bottle . .10c Vinegar, 2 bottles. ... 15c Pride Jelly, 3 jars 25c Wilson's Pure Jams, 25c jars 20c Caluiaet Baking Pow der, 25c can 20c Dried Apples. 3 pkgs . . 25c Mince Meat. 3 pkgs. . .25c privately A squad of police wa present. Faces were torn from sev entv thousn unditrihu-ed hook. if You're F. -t f 9 lmcky Ahonb Coffee By Allman Groce IT f'&inp' -Vr-fcl:1 :':