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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 25, 1917.
3. Y ROAD FROM LILLIAN BEAUTY'S EYES VS. HUMAN LIFE TO illli IS 111 need of inn W- J. Forbes, who made the trip to Robertsdale with several friends Thursday, stated yesterday that a slight error crept into the account of the trip, when he was made to say that the road from the city to Mill view was in a bad condition- On tha contrary, that stretch of road is in good shape, he said, whereas, as a matter of fact, the bad stretch of road complained of was that which ! extended from Millview to Lillian, a distance of about five miles. Mr- Forbes had as a companion in the car also Commissioner Gandy, who was much interested with con ditions which he found in that part of the county, and who promised to throw every effort in an endeavor to eive the relief sought. "If the stretch of road from Mill view to Lillian is fixed up, it will help a gr?at deal, but we want those roads out there improved as soon as possible and the county will benefit much if the work is done," Mr. Forbes stated. Commissioner Candy's district em braces all those highways in that part of the county and he has famili- ! arized himself with them, when he will bring the question before vhe board in due time. -?i v;r , Mvlir -rgagg&AY r ' J,ffi&-$& - - w Ik . JtffiFef ' - . v Treat your beauty iainy- &ee yowr 54m clear with Resinol No matter how pretty your features are, you cannot be truly attractive with a red. rough, pimply complexion. But Resi nol Ointment, aided by Resincl Soap, will usually make poor skins clear, fresh and charming. Resinol Snap nd Keninol OintmenTre old by all druRgisu. Why not try them? Keep Things Spick and Span about your kitchen, and alunvnum ware may be kept scrupulously clean with ORONA the marvelous house hold cleanser. It is also fine for mar ble, tiling-, bath tubs, bowls, linoleum and wooden ware. Cleans perfectly and will not scratch. 10c Peoples Supply Store 213 Phones 073 Above, in two column picture. M rs. "Jack" De Saulles, slayer of her husband in a dispute over their child- Below, reading downward. Evelyn Nesbit, Nan Patterson, Mrs. Gertrud e Gibson Patterson, and Madame Caillaux, other beautiful women whos e eyes have conquered murder juries.' New York, Aug. 24. The old tense duel between a beautiful wo man's eyes and "twelve ood men and true," will be fought out again when Mrs. "Jack" DeSaulles faces the jury m her trial for the murder of her ; husbard at Westbury. L. I., August 3- i Caesar Young, But this silent contest of dances maker, between the handsome Chilean wo man who as Bianca Errazuriz-Ver-gara won international fame as the richest and most beautiful heiress of South America, and an American murder trial jury, will be more dra matic than any in American court annals, except perhaps the Thaw case jury upon which she turned t bat scenes in which Evelyn Nesbit bat- ' terv of her glances, and a Chicago tied under the cross-qusstioning of lawver, brother of the murdered man the merciless Jerome. (said: "In mv opinion the verdict This is the almost unfailing record of murder trial history. Three juries failed to cermet Nan Patterson, whosa feminine charms had won her a place, in the original I'loradora sextet, of the murder of a New York book- When Mrs- Gertrude Gib son Pat terson killedl her consumptive hus band at Denver the. odds were all against her. The rich man upon whose assistance she relied was slow in coming forward. But within two months she was freed bv the first For Evelyn N-sbit's life is not at stake. Mrs- De Saulles' life is. means that a pretty woman can com mit murder and get awav with it. I ft f . In the presence of witnesses she ! K.now irom m' Practice that onnc shot the famous Yale niiarter-h.ack- ! tlon of a woman criminal is almost captain, former United States minis ter to Urueuay and sociallv promi- impossible.' Madame Caillaux, wife of the nent, at his summer home in airrench minister of finance, franklv frenzv of desperation when he re-! admitted her guilt in the slaying of tused to let her tfre their son withlaston Calmette. editor of the Paris her- j Figaro, and gav2 her reasons The Expert criminologists have always ! French court, not less gallant than attributed Harry Thaw's escape from I American juries, freed her. the electric chair more to Evelyn ! How far may a woman go to Nesbit's dramatic revelation of her J keep hr child ? That is the oucs life story than to the technical de-,tion Mrs- De Saulles eye will ask of fense of emotional insanity- The 'the jury- Ruined honor was Evelvn j beautiful woman faced the jury and -Nesbit s weapon. Protecting her hus- r Y-4 -zfjfr-'- -. ft1 w .: -1- r , 4 in 3f . i 5 7 YOUR SICK CHILD IS CONSTIPATED ! LOOK AT TONGUE nURRY, MOTHER! REMOVE POI SONS FROM LITTLE STOMACH, LIVER, BOWELS. Garden Cash Grocery Go. . PHONE 2027 SPECIALS Wednesday Thursday Friday 4- .n -w' i- -I f 1 'i .VK j GIVE "CALIFORNIA SYRUP OF FIGS" IF CROSS, BILIOUS OR FEVERISH. No matter what ails your oiild, a gentle, thorough laxative should al ways be the f.rst treatment given. If your little one is out-of-sorts, half-sick, isn't resting, eating and acting naturally look, Mother! see if tongue is coated. This is a sure sign ;that it's little stomach, liver and bowels are clogged with waste. When cross, irritable, feverish, stomach sour, breath bad or has stomachache, diarrhoea, sore throat, full of cold, g.ve a teaspoonful of "California Sy rup of Figs," and in a few hours all the constipated poison, undigested food and sour bile gently moves out. of its little bowels without griping, and you have a well, Playful child again. Mothers can rest easy after giving this harmless "fruit laxative," be cause it never fails to cleanse the lit tle one's liver and bowels and sweeten the stomach and they dearly love its pleasant taste. Full directions for babies, children of all ages and for grown-ups printed on each bottle. Beware of counterfeit fig syrups. Ask your druggist for a 50-cent bottle of "California Syrup of Figs"; thea see that it is made by the "California Fig Syrup Company." Adv. Winner Brand Milk, 3 cans 50c Magnolia Milk, 3 cans 50c Brookdale Peaches can 20c Hawaaian Sliced Pine apple, per can ..... 20c California Asparagus. 25c can White Table Peaches. 2 cans 15v w -1 ,- ,,"'"W 4, Iu-wv-AVa XUV1A I'll , the beautiful woman won. band was Madame Caillaux's trump card. Watson, Parker S Reese Company "EVERYTHING TO WEAR-" J xxxxxxsxxxxs Notice to Ice Consumers: Our wagons ar qulrpeS with acalna and consumers will please xact . rsct weight and report any discourtesy of drivers to ofTlce phones (9 or HI. Pensacola Ice Company 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 AROMATICS WITH SHIVAR MINERAL WATER AND GINGER Gives a hearty appetite, rigorous 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 cele brated Shivar Mineral Spring, Shcl ton, S. C, If your regular dealer cannot supply you telephone West Florida Grocery Co. Wholesale Distributor for Peatacola. REV A, 5. MDFFETT TO PREACH SUNDAY Rev. A. S. Moffett returned from his vacation Friday at 4:S0 p- m. and will fill his pulpit at the First Pres byterian Church Sunday. WARDVILLE. Wardville, Aug- 23. A. W. Major? and son Bryan returned from Tcn- sacola Saturday- I lr: c -xi i- rti i .uiss uiaays Aierrut, oi unve is j visiting relatives here this week j Miss Gladys Ward, one of ur most popular youn ladies left one i evening last week for a lengthy vis j it in McXar-, La. Mrs. Eva Smith and four children j of Pine Barren are spending a few I days here with relatives and friends, i Grover Lee, of Pensacola, was amonrr the last week business visitors here S FHEQH SUBURBANRESOflTS People in lare numbers frequent ed the suburban p!"n.-ure resorts: yes terday afternoon, an 1 enjvM : pelves hu2t-i,. .-it. Eiyvif-w park hundreds were there (hiring the after noon and the crowd was unusually large despite the ' lateness of the season The crowds were also lare at Chicoway .Inn, where special dances were given, and the number of pa trons were especially numerous dur ing the late hours- Another diversion which a great many people are enjoying these davs is a launch ride about the bav. r, r Of course points of former interest LRPnth of the VV' t -j j u. i from Friday was recalled -b been closed for the duration of the war to the public, but some of the Oatmeal, pkg 10c Brookfield Butter, per pound 45c Swift's Oleomargerine, per pound ........ .30c Oleomargerine, pound 25c Lard, per pound. . . . 171 :c Irish Potatoes, peck . . 50c Onions, 6 pounds .... 25c Swift's Premium Ham, per pound 27 1 ;c Majestic Ham, per pound ........ .271 rc Dixie Bacon, pound .35c Maxwell House Coffee, 2 cans 65c Maxwell House Coffee. 3-pound can 95c Charmer Coffee, 1 -pound can 25c Palmetto Coffee, 1-lh Pkg ..... Cocoa, 25c can . . . Tomatoes, 2 cans . Peas, No. 2 can Sifted Peas, 2 cans PeaSj No. 1 can. 4 cans 25c Grated Pineapple, can 10c Corned or Roast Beef, can 25c Veal Loaf, can 25c Hamburger Steak, can 10; Corned Beef Hash, can lCr Lunch Tongue, can. . .20c Potted Meats, 6 cans . . 25 : Libby's Milk, ll-oz cans, 4 tcr oc I EXTRA SPECIAL 14 pounds of Sugar for $1.00 with purchases of $4. CO or r.iore as.:.avtcd Groceries, or 7 pounds for 50 cents. 20c .20c . 25c .10c 35c 25c White Cherries. No. 3 can 30c Ripe Olives, can . . . ,20c Libby's Salmon, can.. 20c Argo Salnon, can. . .25c Sweet Pickelette, 50c jar . 30c Hirsch's Salad Dressing 25c jar 20c Shaker Brand Pickles. 25c jar 15c Libby's Relish. 2 iars 25c Macaroni or Snnghett' 12 pkgs . . ' 50c Calumet Bakin;: Powder 25c can ..... .20c Beechnut Peanut Butter. iar 10c Dried -Apolej-, 3 .pkes Mince Me v. 3 nkrs Cloth10-. Pin?. 5 dozf-n Washboards, galvan ized Toilet P.ner. large rolls " rr V'son's Fure Jams. 10c 25c OA - 2-r-c iars JUST OIE 18TH OF VftGATION Tlffi ..'in v ..".r.tcr atta. i i'.-.i-jnt pp.- Dead Mm H'1 and Hi! be deadly f-ilures. icavm ;r.a?t(-rs of the poir.t? th ..-v the bet inr.inc of the -j-rea Verdun last ear w th th Hi!l "04. yt-sterday v.". - such as 4 4 proved tn : i!.e French ' i""!d hefo"'- l.atrl(j excej win-, n .- ct 1H lm peno.i te irher and pupil yesterday, an.l i: practii al ly all the city schools preparations boats are in active demand, es- , , t ,u , , , . -,n,. a. that the buildmsrs on th" morning of pccially during the afternoons on Mr. and Mrs. Nat Mison and litti. 1 f riday?. and this was the case yes son Curtis, of near Crestvr" w. are. tf-rday- visitinsr home folks. Fred Graham and family ca!'c-!d at his mother's. Mrs. L. Graham's Sun- Iturkish baths Pensacola Hospital, $1.00 Ladies 9 a. m. to 12 m. Men 1 p. m. to 9 p. m. r Pensacola Buggy Works STUDEBAKER CARS, repair p4rt, Accesorle and Supplies. ,.. Phone M 105 N. P.Ufox St. The Personal Writing Machine CoronA Reynalds Music House ELL-ANS Absolutely Removes Indigestion. Onepackage proves it 25c at all druggists. dav last Mr and Mrs Joe I.e Ikms visited near Canoe Sunday." The infant, of Mr. and Mrs. Alsie Ward was laid to rest in Pine Bar ren cemetery Saturday Rev. W'm. Johns conducted the services. Our community extend our heart-felt sympathv to the bereaved. Miss Carrie Majors was the cucst. of Miss Myrtip Graham, one- even ing last week. Mr and Mr? Noah Re He, of Rob insonville sent the week-end with home folks here C. A. Davis is improving from chills and fever. A few of our soldie;- hoys are at hone on a few day:, furlouch. There was no services at Pine Barren church Sunday nieht a; pre-vioush- announced, on account of bad weather. IF THE BABY OR YOUR CHIL DREN HAVE SORE EYES. Use Hollan's Eyewater. ures -n from 24 to 48 hours. So! by all Drucpists Price 25c per. bottle. No cure, no pay adv. COTTAGE HILL. BERLIN ADMITS THE SUCCESSES OF FRENCH Cot t ace Hill, Aup. 23. Mrs John McDonald and familv moved on ! Tuesday to Pensacola, where Mr Mc Donald is now emploved. Mr. C. W- McDonald has been ill for a week or two with an abcess on his knee. Mrs. Joe Tait has been enjoying a visit with, a brother from Texas. The younc. people of our communi ty are planninc to cive a play in the near future for the benefit of the Red Cross Mr and Mrs. C. W McDonald have moved into the house vacated by the family of John McDonald. QiVe a number from Cottage Hil! attended th revival services at Gon zale: last week The Farmers Association meeting Tuesday mpht was well attended and a very enioyable pro cram rendered. Mrs. Darnes and Mrs. Cosby of Monday, September 24. There is every reason to believe that the tabernacle will b" ready for occupancy lon.tr befor" the open: I r day, and the same mav be said of other points where school? w.l! b taucht durine the fortheommc term. Pome of the teachers are out of the enemy's hands- A proiectile tired y a French tery whi h was sileinunc; enemy teries struck a depot of asphyxia cas. It burst, si'encinc three terics. German pri.-or.ers express pnv: admiration of the French art ill fire. "No troops could have ; thiour.h your barrages," said one REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS aIts Ellen Touart. widow to J. (.( I-hodes. .lulv 27, lf'17. ?1 no and cvt consideration:- Lot ", hlork ."i, sec- city, but friends are keeping them in tion tov n.-hip 1 -.nth nn P.O touch with any possible development ! w e:t, Pcn:-acol.i Farm Lands Coin -of interest which may take place I pan v map. here. ! Enoch A Rriv and wif to Frank Croiby. Apr.! 0. lfOl, :?K,0 no. South- COSTLY FAILURES WERE ATTACKS ON FRENCH Paris. Auc 24. The French oh- i S'm. L. ? 1 ieetive north of Verdun appear tojNel!ums. Apr east 0'iarter of ,r- tf.n township 4 north, ranee . e.-t. ! .".ft V a4 res. in- and wif- to Willie 2. FT.. 12." 00 Th;4' have been attained. If the offensive 1 south'-ast I I of uthv.r 1-1 nf were continued fresh artillery prepa- j southeast 14. section t--.vnship 1 ration would be necessary. The Ger-i north, ranc-e r,l v. rst. Berlin. Auc 24. In the fichtincr yesterday in the recion of "erdun. the German freneral hcadoiarters staff todav reports the French -aine i : Oh.o are visitinc at the home of their a footinc 'only in a German foremost I are"!r Mr" and Mrs" C W Mo" Hi . i Donald, trench on a small front west ot ach-1 p. M was a Pensacola vis- erauviile-Beauinont road. j iter Monday. How Long Must I Suffer From the Pangs of Rheumatism? IS THERE NO REAL RELIEF IN nent pood, for they cannot posbly SIGHT? ! reach these cerms which infest your Doubtless like other sufferers, you : blood by the msllions. have often asked yourself this ques- S. S S. has bee-n suecessfu'ly used tion. which continues to remain un- for Rheumatism for more thin fifty answered j years. Try i' today, and you will Science has proven that your Rheu- j find yourself at last on the r'cht, matism is caused by a perm in your ; tra- k to re" . id of your Rheumatism, blood, and the only way to reach it i? You ran fret valuable advi- e about by a remedy which eliminates and re- I the treatment of your individual case moves these little pain demons from I b writinc to the Chief Mk-i! Ad- your blood This explains why lini ments and lotions can do no perma- vispr, Swift Specific .Atlanta, Ga. Co., Itept. N Freckles and His Friends He Might H ave Had an Army By Bios osser f DON'T Keiovw You? 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