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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, THURSDAY MORNTNG, NOVEMBER 15, 1917.
THREE
THE NEW CALOMEL FINE
FOR COLDS AND GRIPPE
Calotabs, the New Nausea
less Calomel, Breaks Up a
Sever Cold Overnight.
Physicians and druggists have at
last found a quick and dependable
remedy for colds and grippe. One
Calotab on the tongue at bed time
with a swallow of water, that's all.
Next morning your cold' has vanished
and your liver and entire system are
purified and refreshed without the
slightest unpleasantness or interfer
ence with, appetite, diet or work
Doctors have always contended
that calomel is the best medicine for
colds, bronchitis and la grippe and
the first medicine to be
glve"i!n J
pneumonia and acute fevers. The
new calomel, Calotabs, is purified
and refined from all of the sickening
and dangerous effects and with the
medicinal virtues vastly improved.
Calotabs are sold only in origina;
sealed packages price 35c. Your drug
irfst recommends and guarantees
themv and will refund your money if
you are not delighted. Adv.
H. E. ROOT
Auto
Supplies
29 West Garden Street
Phone 220.
ICHELINS
EAN
UCH MORE
ILEAGE
Try ThemYou'll See!
DISTRESSING
EYESIGHT
HEADACHES
'.Medical investigation proves
that 75 per cent of headaches
are diectly due to eye z train.
Eye strain can be relieved
by correctly focused and
fitted glasses.
If you have the headaches
We have the glasses
INGRAM OPTICAL CO.
The BROZTELL
East 27th Street at 5th Ave
KEW YORK
The Homelike HOTEL where
every room 4$V1 t5flper
has a bath H UKJ day
and shower Jr il upwards
Convenient to Everything
WILLIAM J. QUINN. Jr.
DON'T MISS THE MISSING LINK.
SCHEDULE.
Leave I.lulat 6, 9 and 12 a. m. and
4, and 6 p.m. Leave other side, 6:35,
9:35, 12:35 a. m., and 4:35 and 6:35,
p. m.
First class Road House at Mulat,
serving quick meals and drinks.
S. OTIS, Prop.
$1 Down, $1 per Week
WILL FURNISH A HOME FROM
THIS STORE.
C2
FORCHEIMER'S
FASHION SHOP
,The Store for Women
108 East Wright Street
LOOK FOR THIS SIGN I
2s
FUHNITURC COMPANY
TbeIpijB
W. FLA. DISTRICT
G. E. CONVENTION
MEET THIS WEEK
I won service wncn is expected xo uo
Special to The Journal away with the innumerable disputes
DeFuniak, Nov. 14w The West which have occurred between ship
Florida District Christian Endeavor pers of fruits and vegetables and the
Convention will meet in DeFuniak . price which should be paid for them
Springs, Friday evening, November , on account of their condition.
16, at 7:30, and will continue its j Branches of the service were es
work through Sunday evening. Every tablished on November 1st at New
Christian Endeavor Society in West- j York and Chicago and the depart
ern Florida is expected to send at 'ment expects in a few weeks to ex
least one delegate and it is honed tend the service to Boston. Philadel-
that there will be a full attendance,
lor a very interesting and instructive
program has been arranged under the
supervision of Miss Ruth Coffin,
State Secretary. '
Karl Lehmann, field secretary of i
the south, -will be present throughout
the convention giving several ad
dresses on different phases of En
deavor work, and will preach the
convention sermon Sunday morning.
Mr. Lehmann's wide experience in
Christian Endeavor has rendered him
a most efficient worker and he is to
day recognized as one of the most
active and enthusiastic leaders in
young peoples work. This is a rare
privilege for the Endeavors of West
ern Florida and the fact that Mr.
Lehmann is to lend his assistance in
this gathering of young people is full
assurance of a most profitable and
successful meeting.
Mr. Marcus C. Fae-fr. suDerin ten-
dent of the Children's Home Society j
of Jacksonville and other prominent '
speakers will take part., on the pre- I
gram from time to time. Miss Ruth !
Coffin, state secretary and acting
state president will take part, also
and it will mean much to each society
to know her personally.
The DeFuniak Springs society will
entertain all &Veg2Ses in their
homes, and they extend a cordial invi
tation to all interested in the work.
VICTROLA CONCERT
BE GIVEN TONIGHT
Following is the Victrola concert
program to be given at Keynalds
Music House tonight, at eight o'clock.
The program consists of fifteen beau
tiful numbers by the Victor's most
famous artists:
National Emblem March (Military
Band) Arthur Pryor's Band.
Iiigoletto La donna e mobile.
(Woman is Fickle) Verdi Giovanni
Martinelli.
Zampa Overture Part I and II
(Concert Orchestra) New Sympho
ny Orchestra of London.
Mignon Polonese (Soprano with
Orchestra) Luisa Tetrazzini.
Liebesfreud (Violin Solo) Fritz
Kreisler.
Elegie Melodie (Tenor and Violin)
in French Enrico Caruso-Mischa El-
man.
Le Cygne(The Swan) Violin cello
Hans Kindler.
Kathleen Mavourneen (Tenor with
Orchestra) John McCormack.
Lanette Waltz Caprice (Saxa
phone Solo with Band) H. Benne
Henton with Conway's Band.
Laurelei-Volkslied (The Loreley)
Contralto with orchestra Ernestine
Schumann-Heink-
Light Cavalry Overture (Accord
ion) Piedro Deiro.
"Old Folks at Home" (Soprano
with Violin) Alma Gluck and Efrem
Zimbalist.
Gems from "Naughty Marietta"
(Operetta Medley with Orchestra)
victor Light Opera Company.
Simple Confession (Simple Aveu)
Violin Solo Mischa Elman.
Lucia-Sextette (Sextette with Or
chestra) Tetrazzini. Caruso. Amato.
journet, jacoDy, eaaa.
In most cases
of Dyspepsia
Coffee Does
Not Agree"
says a well known
authority.
Many who use cof
fee -r not knowing
that it aggravates
stomach troubles
could still enjoy a
delicious hot table
beverage and es
cape coffee's effects
by a change to the
wholesome, pure
cereal drink
POSTUM
'There's a Reason'
Fruit Shippers Profit By
New Inspection Service
Washington Bureau
Pensacola Journal
Washington, D. C, Nov. 14. The
Department of Agriculture is rapidb
getting under way the establishment
of the new fruit and vegetable inspec-
phia, Pittsburg, Minneapolis and
otner large markets, inspectors are
now being trained at the New York
i and Chicago offices for service in the
other cities where the work is soon
to be extended.
This service will be a considerable
advantage to fruit and vegetable pro
Apalachicola Again Answers
Call of the
Apalachicola, -Fla Nov. 13. Apa
lachicola, or her citizens, have again
come to the front in their demonstra
tions of charity and patriotism. Hav
ing answered the call for the first
Liberty Loan, they responded to the
Red Cross drive with the munificent
Bum o $1700- Then Franklin county
volunteered, so many sons for service
that she was exmpt f tY draft3;
M,vvu is lajcen oi we sewnu
! ijiDerty ixan. ana wnen ine commit
tee was notified of the Armenian and
Syrian relief, the thought of solicit
ing again gave them pause.
Mr. Fred Sawyer was chairman of
the committee, and was ably assisted
j by Mr. Benedict M. Murphy, Mr. Geo.
Marshall and Mr. Harry Marks. Sat
urday, the 10th, being the first day of
the drive, bright and early a proces
sion of automobiles tourned the town.
The cars were draped in Greek and
Armenian colors and bore signs to
the effect that the occupents were
out in answer to the President's proc
lamation. Mrs. Will Sawyer and Mrs. Harry
Marks were chaperons to the ten
young ladies, who, in Syrian cos
tumes, occupied the cars. These
young ladies made a thorough can
vass of the city during the day. In
WARDVILLE.
Wardville, Nov. 13. Rev. Wm. I
Johns conducted services at Pine Bar
ren church Saturday night and Sun
day. Mrs. Louise Meges, of Mossy
Head, visited friends here the latter
part of the week.
Miss Carrie Majors, of Mobile,
spent the week-end with relatives at
home.
Mrs. H. Graham, of Pine Barren,
spent Friday last with relatives here.
Walter Ward is at home after an
extended stay in Akron, Ohio.
We regret to note that B. H.
Bryars house was destroyed by fire
the past week.
Ernest Steele has returned from
training camp in Macon, Ga.
E. Ward was a business visitor to
Pensacola Wednesday last.
Mrs. Gertrude Graham left Sunday
for a visit to her parents in Polland,
Ala.
Burtus Mason has purchased him
a new car.
The little infant of John Peterson
was buried in Pine Barren cemetery
Friday.
Oscar Ward and Nat Mason have
returned from a business trip to
Crestview.
DIED
Iabelle Murphy, the little daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Murphy, died
at 6 o'clock last evening, after a short
illness. The funeral will take place
this afternoon from the saddened
home, the interment to be made in
St. Michael's cemetary.
Funeral Today
The funeral of the late Mrs. Faus
tina Bonifay, who died Tuesday after
noon, will take place at 9:30 o'clock
this morning at St. Michael's church,
the interment to be made in St. Mich
ael's cemetary. Pall bearers will be:
Messsrs. Anthony Biera, Francis Bon
ifay, John B. Jones, Tino Gonzalez,
a. o. u liver ana na. iuma.
TWO APPOINTED TO
PATRIOTIC LEAGUE
Miss L"uhari" Ph"illipV who is " In
Pensacola in the interests of the Y.
W. C. A. and the Patriotic League
appeared before the Women's Central
Committee of the Army and Navy
Life Activities Committee yesterday
and requested that two members of
that organization be appointed to tht
Patriotic League Board. Mrs. W. C.
Davis, and Miss Fannie Aiken were
named for the positions.
NEW MANAGEMENT OF
HOFF VULCANIZING CO.
Elsewhere in today's Journal is the
announcement of the new manage
ment of the Hopf Vulcanizing Co.,
formerly operated under the name of
the Peerless Rubber Co., W. W. Hop
kins, former manager, having dis
posed of his entire holdings in the
plant to Chaa- Hopf. It is Mr. Hop
kin's intention to retur nto his former
home in Akron, where he will Tenter
the same line of business, and while
Mr. Hopf has never been identified
with this particular line, his identifi
cation with Pensacola business men
assures him of splendid success in
his new enterprise.
ducers and shippers in the outlying
producing sections and to the produce
dealers in the cities as it will create
an arbitrator to settle the question
of the condition in which these pro
ducts reach the market, a matter over
which there is often serious dispute
Until this new Bureau is in full
swing it is expected inspections will
be chiefly confined to shipments in
regard to the condition of which
there ig dispute. Applications for
inspections must be made by the
shipper or his agent, and the .depart
ment must be furnished with a com
plete description of the shipment, in
cluding the name and address of the
shipper and consignee, the car num
ber, initials and routing, contents
and the condition concerning which
inspection is requested.
No charge will be made by the
government for this inspection and
an inspection certificate will be
mailed to the shipper, or telegraphed
to him at his expense.
President of U. S.
the evening, at the Dixie theater,
were tableaux to stir up the sym
pathy, and the audience was solicited
by the Syrian maids. The tableaux
were "Armenian, June, 1914' and
"Armenian, November, 1917."
In the first lecture the ten girls in
costume were J posed Misses Floyd
Rice, Callie May Eldridge, H- Patton,
C. Hoffman, E. Marks, N. Langstan,
L. Hickey, Theobold, F. Hose, Fay
Hose, etc. The same young ladles
did all the soliciting. Each carried
a surgi box, presented to her by Mr
Fred Sawyer.
In the second picture, Mrs. Frank
Wakefield was Armenia. She was
ably assisted by her little son and
Charles Benedict, while little Misses
Dorothy Brown and Mildred Sawyer
were the dramatic stars of the even
ing. ...
After the tableaux, Judge John
stone introduced the girls and their
cause to the audience in a few able
words, whereupon they solicited the
"house."
About $180 has already been col
lected, and more is to come in. St.
Patrick's church (Catholic), at ves
pers, took up an offering of $17.80.
Once more, therefore. Analachicola
answered to the call of the President,
upon her pity and her loyalty-
In Memorium (
In the passing from this value "
tears to the great beyond 5few have
gone over more cherished and dearly
loved than Clarence Langford who
"fell asleep in the Lord" on Friday
night, November 9th.
His friends were legion for his
generous, loving heart made all he
knew his friends, from his highest
omployer to his humlest coworker.
He was generous to a fault, often
denying himself that he might help
others. His place will long be missed
in this world.
Nursed faithfuly by his loving sis
ter through a long spell of sickness
which he endured with the greatest
patience, his whole thought was
anxity that his sweet mother who
for many years has been a helpless
invalid should not be troubled, often
stifling the weary moans of pain that
she might not hear them. He passed
away in the full communion of the
Catholic church and was laid to rest
on Saturday evening last, just as
the i sun was dropping away in the
West. We laid him to vest close be
side his brother while a crowd
thronged his grave and covered it
with beautiful flowers.
Loving, afflicted mother, your boy
is safe, with the everlasting arms
under him and the dew of perfect
peace forever on his brow. His
memory will be sweet to us all as
long as life lasts.
A FRIEND.
ARE
YOU SUBJECT TO HEAD-
ACH?
You can relieve this trouble by
taking Hollan's Headache Tablets.
Price 10c and 25c per bottle. Sold
by all Druggists. Adv.
SAN CARLOS ARRIVALS.
W. O. Evans, Mobile; J. B. Neeley,
Jacksonville; R. A. McGeachy, Mil
ton; H. J. Busby, Shelby, Ala.; G. H.
Nevins, Rochester, N. Y.; J. R. Henry
Atlanta; W. M. Dougles, Nashville;
C. Friedel, New Orleans; J. D. Nich
olsen, St. Louis; L. N. McVoy, Birm
ingham; E. L. Hunter, Arlington, N.
C; D. B. Turner, Atlanta; J. S. Thorp
and wife, C. S. Cahill, Pittsburg;
Annette Ferris, El Monte, Cal.; Caryl
Sayre, Aero Station; Geo. F. Roeh-
rmg, Denver; r-d. uames, Mobile;
Daniel L. Brown, New York; H. S.
Boykin, Alabama; C. M. Hempstead,
Mobile; Irving Dow, Brooklyn; H. Y.
Bryan, Mobile; J. W. McDermott, G.
G. Goodwin, Wm. White, G. C. Kin
ney, Chicago; W. O. Evans, Mobile;
W. B. Cosgrove, Memphis; R. P.
Vroon, New Jersey; J. F. Jones,
Chattanooga; C. R. Murray, Birming
ham; A. J. Bacon, Atlanta; W. W.
Flournoy, R. E. L. McCaskill, De
Funiak; George Haseman, Eureka,
CaL; D. E. Tybee, Mobile; R. S
Haines and wife, Mrs. J. E. St. Johns,
D. Osborne, Michigan.
ELL-ANS
Absolutely Removes
Indigestion. Druggists
refund money if it fails. 25c
W:
PHY spffer with foot tor
tures with blistered,
burning feet and aching:,
throbbing eornt? Wa-Ne-Te will end
these trouble for yea tt bee for thou
and of other. We-Ne-Ta eoothee aad
heal. Refresh and cure your feet. Get e
twenty -five cent box at your draggiet'e.
For sale by the Balkcom Drug Co.
COMPLETE PLANS
FOB XMAS TBEflf
At a meeting of the Women's Cen
tral Committee of the Army and Navy
Life Activities Committee held yes
terday afternoon in the Chamber of
Commerce, plans for the great
Christmas celebration for the men of
the service were completed, aed
with the cooperation of the people of
the city the success of the under
taking is assured.
More cakes and candy are needed:
and it is hoped that the pledges of the
women of the city will be swelled
to sufficient size to care for the hun
dreds of men who will attend the en
tertainment. In addition to cakes,
decorations for the Christmas tree
are needed, and any donations will be
welcomed.
At the meeting yesterday it was
decided to convert the lower corridor
of the armory hall into a dancing
hall, and have the tree, and musical
program upstairs. In this way, all of
the men can be accommpdated at the
same time without crowding.
CIRCUIT JUDGE SPENDS
BUSY DAY IN PENSACOLA
.r$
Judge A. G. Campbell of the Circuit
Court spent the day in the city yes
terday hearing several matters pend
ing before the courts in which local
attorneys are interested. The busi
ness was completed yesterday after
noon, and Judge Campbell returned
to DeFuniak last night.
Pale
Children
Made over to your liking',
with rosy cheeks, hearty ap
petites, vigorous digestion and ro
bust health. Give them a glass ot
this delicious digestant with meal
Shivar Ale
PURE DIGESTIVE AROMATIC WITH
SHIVAR MINERAL WATER AND QIRGEB
Nothing like it for building rich
blood and solid flesh. At all gro
cers and druggists satisfaction or
your money back on first dozen.
Bottled and guaranteed by the cele
brated Shivar Mineral Spring, SheU
ton. S. C If your regular dealer
cannot supply you telephone
West Florida Grocery Co.
Wholesale DUtributart for Peasecoh.
W. A. GAHLENBECK
& BRO.
WATCHES, DIAMONDS. JEWELRY
HIGH GRADE WATCH
REPAIRING
Watch Inspectors L- A N. Railroad Co.
WATCH WINDOWS
POSS
New Dry Goods Store
SI South Pasfox Street.
MARSTON & QUINA,
West Florida's Oldest Fumlturs
Exclusive Agents Giobe.Wefilcka
Exclusive Distributers
COLUMBIA PHONO.
GRAPHS AND COLUM-j
BIA RECORDS
PALACE
JEWELRY CO.
ALBERT KLEIN, Mgr.
The Ready-to-Wear Store
If It's New, You
Will Find It Here
9 and 11 South Palafox
L. E. NOBLES & CO..
Hart Schaffner & Marx, and
Kirschbaum Suits.
-Veir Money WertH or Your Money
j ts South Palefox
51 USUAL DANCE
SATUDDAY NIGHT
Plans for the regular weekly dance
to be given Saturday night by the
Entertainment committee of the war
recreational board for the men of
the service, have been completed, and
the following are announced as pat
rons and patronesses of the enter
tainment: Col. and Mrs. W. C. Davis, Mr. and
iurs. Aiex Lischkoff, Mr. and Mrs.
W. S. Lurton, Mr. and Mrs. J. G.
Holtzclaw, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Ma
lone, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Mitchell,
Judge and Mrs. E. C. Maxwell. Miss
Fannie Aiken, Mr. and Mrs. C. H.
Turner, Mrs. Lula A. Pierce. Mrs.
Jennie C. Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. C.
H. Mann, Mrs. and Mrs. Leslie Part
dridge. For a Weak Stomach,
As a general rule all you need to
do is to adopt a diet suited to your
age and occupation and to keep your
bowels regular. When you feel that
you have eaten too much and when
constipated, take one of Chamber
lain's Tablets. Adv.
Get all the pleasure there is in
smokisg. Get a "Tampa Nugget" 5c.
Reilly, Hatton & Co., Distributors,
220 South Palafox street.
Relieves His Itch
By Telegraph
David Humphries, Norfolk. Vs.. wired: 1
"Please forward today four boxes Tet
terlne." He was in a hurry to be re
lieved of his Itching and wanted
TETTERINE
Teterlne cures eczema. ringworm,
ground itch. Itching: piles, tetter, etc.
No need to suffer long years. Get It In
& hurry. 50 cents at druggists or write
or wire The Shuptrine Co.. Savannah.
Ga. Adv.
(hiality Same
Ian Felice C
Now 6 c
As long as it tras possible to do so
we have kept down the price of the
San Felice Cigar, so that it could be
retailed for 5c. However, it becomes
imperative for us to increase the
price to 6c-
Taxation, raw material and wages
have advanced so much during the
past year that it no longer possible
ctrob
Tonight, 8 o'Clock
The Following Beautiful Numbers Will Be
Rendered :
18374 "So Long Mother"; "Somewhere in
France Dady" -Chas. H. Hart.
18369 "Beale Street Blues"; "Old Gray Mare"
Earl Fuller's Jass Band.
18370 "Over There" ; "Where Do We Go From
Here" Victor Military Band.
18371 "Girl I Left Behind Me"; "Hot Time in
the Old Town" Victor Military Band.
And Many Other Selected Numbers by Victor's Cele
brated Artists.
The Reynalds Music House
21 South Palafox Street
Escambia County Fair
MOLINO, FLA., NOV. 12-17
S1.05 Round Trip
Tickets Sold to November 16
Limit November 19
Phone 47
RIEW ODDBILlEARJgj, LA.,
AND RETURN
$9)oS DSdDQJRIIID "iriMP
Tickets Sold Nov. 9th to 19th Inclusive.
Final Limit
Phone 47
Every Little
B BIT.B
Helps
Mid-Week Special
$2 Spreads
Good heavy weight,
full size, 84x72, hem
med, assorted pat
terns. See window.
Todav onlv
$1.65
Stylish women should
get a pair of those
fashionable $S.50, $9,
$10 Fancy Top Lace
Shoes, now at
$6.95
WATSON. PARKER
& REESE CO.
The Underwear Store
The Journal's "Want Ad
columns is a first-class me
dium. e
to sell San Felice at the old price.
To those smokers of fine taste vl f
recognize in San Felice a cigar of ur"
usual merit we ask your continu
patronage It is unnecessary to stat
that the same high standard of Sr
Felice quality will be maintained. So
Felice Cigar now -6c. The Deisel
Wemmer Co., Lima, Ohio. Adv.
. H. MANN,
D. P. A.
Nov. 21st.
F. L. MILLER,
C T. A..
Ever
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