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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 22, 1918.
t - aumd King.Mtw , m4 KdiclAtlmx SI :tif WUUAIJ EVEflV COTIIEn EVERY DAUQI1TER I J E E D S 1ROTJ I AT TIMES halp streasthaa Jttr pat color Into r-r- S Thre eas to no beau UfuL henlthy, rovy -cheekea women with out iron. Tli trouble In tn VASt has baen that when, t nmei need a iron tnew neraJiytooHr ordinary me- t iiilc iron, which ottn tomach am c"kj more Hum tnn rood. .1 nlwmjrs insist mat iuy p tients tak only organic Iron Nujc r ted Iron. Ttu particular form of Iron la exurity aMimiUted. 4oea not I .lock en nor tnjwro teeth nor upaes the atotOMCh. ; It will Increase the strenctu . uwJ endurance of vjtk. ntrvout. Irritable. cMzsworn. Iiuerard-looklnjp women li two weeks tint In many instances. ; lA I ... om mrtlm with a, u 32 .King. YTa IV X FtMIMM Kiev fctf Or w 7. j . i I G. A. R. AND VETS CONDUCT CHURCH SERVICES SUNDAY The O. A. R. and U, S. W. V. org-an-lzaUona wlU conduct their usual church aervlces on May 26th. at 3:80 p. m. at the'eity hall this year Instead of at one of the churches as In the past. It Is their Intention to hare a highly patriotic and religious service in order that the general public and all the men now in the military and naral aerTieo may attend. This open air service will ba con ducted by tha chalplain from the na val station at Fort 'Barrancas. The naval band and local singers will fur nish the music. A program will be announced later. Send Your Old Shoes to West End Shoe Store For Best and Neatest Work in Repairs. All Work Guaranteed 321 North DeVillier Street Phone 2032 .$1 Down, $1 per Week WILL FURNISH A HOME PROM THIS STORK. FOODS DESTROYED BY HEALTH OFFICER ENDS GREAT YEA fl More than a ton of foodstuffs were found unfit for human consumption, and were destroyed by orders of the city health officers during the past month. This is the smallest amount in some time, it Is said, and some of it was sent to the incinerator before or ders of tha health offifcere- were re ceived. The ' foodstuffs. In pounds, were as follows: Beef, 70; fish, 24; pork, 210; sausage, 194; liver, 60; vegetables, 665; fruit. 760. During tha month, according to the report of the health officer, there were 190 inspections of butcher shops, six of which were founed In bad condi tion. There, were 65 Inspections of restaurants, eight of which were found unclean. There were. 30 Inspections of fish markets, five of which were found in bad condition. Twenty three inspections of packing houses, ona having been found bad. and 60 Inspections of fruit stands; two of which were found In bad condition. All were ordered cleaned up. There were 4016 premises Inspected, 453 hav ing bean found unsanitary. SLIGHT ACCIDENT TO OUT OFTOWN CAR Mr. T. C Wilson, residing at or near Gull Point, was reported to have, been In a slight accident on Palafox street. Near the corner of Palafox and Garden streets." it was reported, Mrs. Wilson, endeavoring to get her car in the clear Bryant officiating. FEIIRY PASS SCHOOL FERRY PASS, May 21. The Ferry Pass school held its closing exercises Friday morning. May 17th. There was a good attendance of the patrons. The stage was beautifully decorated. The exercises were short, there - being but two pupils to graduate . from the eighth grade. Miss Earlie Haynes and Howard McLean. Mr. Edwards wej, with us and gave us a short talk, after i which he introduced Mr. Turner, the rural school inspector, whom, he had; Daily Weather Report U. S. Department or Aoiieyiture, Weather Bureau. Charles F. Marvin. Chief. DAILY WBATHElt BULLETIN. - Pensacola's Data. Pensacola, May 21. TEMPERATURE : Highest on record lor May, 44 degrees. Day temperatures in May usually rise to 80 degrees. -.- Night temperatures in May usually fall to 61 degrees. Highest temperature 24 hours enainj 7 p. m.. 82. degrees. . Lowest temperature 24 hours endina 7 p. m., 73 degrees. - AMirrmlattrl rip.fifip.t.tW thlS Year tO brought with him. To say that hid; date. 85 degrees. i' remarks were fully appreciated does RAINFALL for 24 hours ending 7 p. m, not half express the feeling with which! qo inches they were received by that audience, formal rainfall for the month of His thorough knowledge of and deep - tav org inrhp - 1 A A. t 1 J A. A -. ' interest in uis worn was so eviueut to; Total rainfall this month to 7 p. m- alL 1.14 inches. After the exercises two of the girls. Accumulated excess this year to May sold Thrift Stamps and War Saving 1st, 7.42 inches. Stamps. They exhausted their supply. HUMIDITY: 7 p. m., 81 per cent, of the former and sold two of the lat-; BAROMETER : 7 p. m., 30.11. ter. A general desire vas expressed- Stations, weather at 7 p. m., tempera by those present to be remembered byjture at 7 p. m. and highest yesterday ; the committee to send out speakers, precipitation 24 hours ending 7 p. m. - this week In the Red Cross drive. As Atlanta, clear ..' 80 84 usual, we had dinner on the grounds Boston, cloudy ...72 76 after the exercises were over and it Buffalo, clear ...'...66 74 was a typical Ferry Pass dinner. The Chicago, Pt. Cldy 76 76 ' crowd lingered for a social chat and Charleston, clear ...74 78 .0 then Miss Lonnle Landrum came to Denver, cloudy 70 72 give- a demonstration on drying fruits Des Moines, cloudy ...80 84 .38 and vegetables. She was accompanied Dodge City, clear 84 90 by her mother, and Mrs. and Miss In- Ft. Worth, clear 86 86 gram, of. Pensacola. As usual, the, Galveston, cloudy .78 80 demonstration was much appreciated.; Hatteras, clear .......7278 Neighborhood News. i Havre, cloudy 54 56 Farmers are all very busy ana it is Jacksonville, clear 76 80 almost impossible to hire a day's work Kansas City, cloudy 76 84 .02 done. Crops are looking fine and there Memphis, clear 86 88 has not been so large an acreage or. Miami, clear ..78 SO so great a variety of vegetables plant-, Mobile, lear 80 86 ed in years. Montgomery, clear 86 88 The Methodists held services at the New Orleans, cloudy 82 86 school house yesterday, the Hev. Mr.'isew lork. rain CO 76 1.28 North Platte, cloudy 74 82 .12 is said to have backed into and slightly! There was a party at Mr. Ed. Jones', Oklahoma, cloudy damaged car John Kramer. owned and operated by There were no arrests. REPAIRING BICYCLES, GUNS, REGISTER?), SAFES. COMBINATIONS CHANGED. JOE QUINA WITH WILSON-BIGGS CO. PHONE 883 FISHER-BROWN. We Will Bond You. 018 Phones 910. "Let Us Make You Make Good With a Kodak." REYNALDS MUSIC HOUSE The Ready-to-Wear Store If It's New You Will Find It Here 0 anl 11 South Palafox Pensacola LaUich & Ma chine Co. WILLARD SERVICE STATION WILLARD 8TORAGE BATTERIES AND REPAIRS OF ALL MAKES BATTERIES TWO SETS MARINE WAYS MA. CHINE SHOP IN CONNECTION. It's Absolutely Safe to Eat BENNETTS Bread and Rolls THREE EMPLOYES OF CITY PAItJ FULLY INJURED DY TRUCK Three employes of the city street de- nartmrnt were in the hospital last evening, one in a serious condition, and L: B. Rosenau was later arrested .and charged with careless and reckless op eration of a motor truck. lie gave bond for'appearance in the city court. Walter Joseph was reported to have suffered painful lacerations on nts face; Paul Santo was suffering with a broken nose, and Charles Burke suf fered the fracture of a collar bone and other internal Injuries. The accident was a most peculiar one and was said to have been caused by defeotlve steering gear of the truck. At least that la one of the reports the police gave out. The three men, wait ing for time to resume work In the af ternoon, were enjoying the cool of a shade In front of the city stables ot South Spring street. Sitting or loung ing on the grass, the men were un mindful of any harm. A truck, said to have been driven by young Mr. Rose nan, came along, and was proceeding slowly. It was claimed, when suddenly it veered from the pavement and dashed over the little crowd of street em ployes, giving them all a close shave for their lives. It was claimed, It was reported, the steering gear was defect ive, or that the truck became unman ageable when but a few yards from the little group. -Last night the condition of Mr. Burke was regarded as not satisfactory. A date had to be inserted where the col ar bone had been broken, and he suf fered otherwise. last Saturday night, it being the first Palestine, Pt. Cldy. ..84 wedding anniversary of their daugh-J Pensacola, clear 77 ter, Mrs. Tom Cobb. A good crowd was Phoenix, clear '. ..90 present and spent an enjoyable even- Pit'.i'ourg, cloudy 72 ing. Light refershments were served, jyt. Louis, cloudy i.82 At the last regular meeting of the Salt Lake City, cloudy . .. . .. !sl S. I. A. it was decided to hold our' San Francisco, clear ........ .56 meetings during vacation on the first Sheridan, clear ....56 Wednesday of each month and a good Itbreveport," cle.ir ..".".". .".86 deal of Important business was planned Tampa, Pt. Cldy. ......'.'.."...82 for the summer. It is hoped there Toledo, Pt. Cldy. Y.'.'m will be a full attendance of the mem-j Washington, cloudy 76 bers at each meeting. Miss Margery, Williston, Pt. Cldy. .'........42 McLane was appointed to act as sec- . .) retary in place of Miss Johnson, our, Weather, barometer readings. primary leacner, who nas returned iu, airection and wind velocity at 7 her home in Quincy. STEVE JONES CASE NOT 60ILTY DY U. S. COMMISSIONER TAKE CASCARETS AND FEEL DANDY Enjoy life! Don't stay bilious, sick, headachy and constipated. Get rid of bad bream, sour stomach, coated tongue, indigestion. To Save Money on Shoes Go to Canadian Shoe Store 518 North DeVillier Street Phone 1133 AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK Of Pensacola CAPITAL STOCK Paid In S5C0.00O PAY $1.00 WEEKLY Clothing for Men and Women. Suits, Dresses, Skirts, Waists, Etc. Largest and Oldest Credit House. Reasonable, Reliable and Confidential. Gentry-Strickland Co., 26 S. Palafox St. United States Commissioner Jerry Sullivan yesterday afternoon heard the ease against Steve Jones, charged witn taking a keg of beer to Little Bayou to some soldiers, and after hearing witnesses for the government and the defense, took the matter under advise ment, announcing that he would likely render a decision this morning. Later he announced the defendant would not be held. Soldiers and civilians were witnesses in the proceeding, the . latter predomi nating. ' Two witnesses, "Lemon" Fisher, a white man and Ed Tyes, a large bulky negro, testified that they were work ing near Little Bayou and saw Mr. Jones drive down in a clump of trees and deliver a keg of beer to soldiers. The rule was invoked in the court and the testimony of the two men did not exactly dovetail in several respects The soldiers had the same story to tell. They were Corporal C. W. Stacy who stated he took the beer to his sol dier comrades, having vised an auto mobile belonging to Mr. Jones. He had a brother driving cars for the latter and at times he helped him. It did not cost mm anything to use the car of Mr. Jones. He further said he and about bought a keg of beer in Pensacola, He wheeled it by car to Little Bayou. There he was assisted by several other soldiers In unloading it from the ma chine and to a shady place where all drank for a time until they thought mey naa Deer enough. Cross examination failed to shake his testimony. Corporal Coleman verified the state ments of Corporal Stacey, as did several others. juage bumvan threshed the matter out recalling witness after witness. Attorney Beall for the defense Drought out that the two men, Fisher ana jyes nad been arrested by Mr. Jones in his capacity as constats But both denied they had any trouhle with Mr. Jones in his official or any other capacity. along Che coasL Brownsville, clear, 29 Corpus Christi, Pt 24, Galveston, cloudy, 30. New Orleans, cloudv.. Mobile, clear, 30.10 S., i Pensacola, clear, 30.19, Tampa, Pt. Cldy., 30. Miami, clear, 30.08, N. Jacksonville.clear, 3t naueras, clear, 30.28, 4i .38 wind p. m., S., 10. ., 20.98, S. E., Tides, May 2 Navy yard Pensacola Bay Navy Yard Pensacola Bay EXAMINATI Cldv 0l S. E., IS. 08 xt.. f V I IV" D FOHT SELF-INJURY TO SAVE LITTLE GIRL To keep from running down and nos- slbly seriously Injuring a little girl. Frank Johnson, 36 years of are. resid ing at Brent, yesterday at 12:30 o'clock piloted, the motorcycle he was riding at the time full ahead Into the brick wall of the L. & N. freight station. The child escaped unscathed, but Mr. John son suffered the severe fracture of one or nis legs, and he had to be borne hom ein the city ambulance. It was claimed that the child, safd to have been returning from school exercises, did not notice the motorcycle approaching, and had not Mr. Johnson have chosen the move t'aat he did, she would hav oeen struc.i a very serious blow. TEACHERS NOW PROGRESS HERE The members of the state board of education are in Pensacola having In charge the first examinations here for state certificates under a new law which requires that, ' all examining boards conduct' these tests- Dr. TV. P. Tocum is chairman of the board in session here, Miss Clem Hampton and Miss Christine Mc Donald are the secretaries. Both white and negro teachers are taking the examinations at the Pen sacola. High School Building. Those taking the tests for teaching of sec ondary schools in the county, which also provides that the holder of cer tificates may go elsewhere in the state to teach are: Mrs. Lizzie Allen, of Milton; J. U. Hammoc, of McDavid; Mrs. Autie Peaden, Mrs. C. E. Whitehead, of Cot tage Hill; Miss Lena Chavers, of At more Miss Mildred Ropke, Miss Pearl Nicholson, of McDavid; Miss Ethel Lpw14 of Floridatown; Mrs. Maud Kitchen, of Atmore; Miss Allen For tune, of Holt; Miss Alma Clyde Daw son of Munson; Misses Irma and Lena Gilley, of McDavid: Miss Evelyn Hud son, of Century; Miss Sarah Burgess, of Gonzalez: Miss Ethel Bailey, of Gonzalez; Miss Annie E. Harrison, of McDavid; Miss Mildred Voris, Miss Elizabeth McLean, Miss Anna Crist, of Mulat, Miss Lucile Gray Miss Sarah McAuley, of Cottage Hill; Miss Carrie Louise Yniestra, Miss Emetine Bailey, Miss Marcella Lewis, of Cat awaba; Miss Ella Polk, of Jay; Miss Trudy Hammoc,. of McDavid; Miss Fannie Lewis, of Floridatown. E. R. Enlow is taking a test for high school certificates for life and Miss Maud Suter. Mrs. E. M. Schorn herst. Miss Florida Waite-and Forest A. Wheeler on special subjects. IGNORING RULE POTATO SELLING Only About Half (the Steer is Beef live Weight 1200 pound 100 Drecd Weight 672 pounds of Beef 56 When Swift & Company buys a steer weighing 1200 pounds, only about 672 pounds goes to market as beef; the other 528 pounds consists of hide, fats, other by-products, and waste. When the packer pays 15 cents a pound for a steer, he sells the meat to the retailer for about 24 cent. But the packer gets only about 6 cents a pound for the other 528 pounds. This means that the packer gets about 16 cents a pound for all the products from a steer for which he pays 15 cents. The difference of 1 cent per pound covers the cost of dress ing, preparation of by-products, freight on beef to all parts of the United States, operation of distributing houses, and leaves a net profit of only about 1-4 of a cent per pound on all dressed beef sold. Large volume of business and utilization of parts that were formerly wasted, make this achievement possible. Year Book of interesting and Instructive &cta sent on request. Address 8wift ft Company, Union Stock Yards, Chicago, Illinois Swift & Company,U. S. A. Iocal Branch, Garden and Tarragona Sts., Pensacola, Fla. mi. i' .1 . I, 1 ure except by wholesale when con taining, in standard boxes, . barrels or crates ; they must be sold by the pound. , . W. O. W. MEET TO PROCURE A HALL Countv Food Administrator C S Bonacker vesterday issued a warning to dealers In Pensacola who are ap parently Ignoring the ruling of the food administration that they cannot sell potatoes by the measure. He HarMvl that potatoes can no J longer be bought' or sold by the mcas-Jfor discussion, one of these important Members of Hickory Camp No. 21 are urged to attend the regular meeting to night, for it Is expected that business of much importance will be called up matters, It was made known, is the re ceipt of the report from a special con mittee on the procuring by purchase or decision to build, of a Woodmen's home. The committee was named sone weeks ago ami will submit final re port tonight. It will then be offerei to the camp for acceptance. At any rate It will be discussed, and the conr mittee's recommendation will be de bated, whether or not it will be accep ed. The attendance of every memi' is strongly urged. CAPT. BENNIE EDMUNDSON; LAUNCHES TO RENT TELEPHONE 204 McCann Tire and Repair Company Vulcanizing Exclusively 113 N. Palafox. Phone 404 Pensacola Boggy Works 8TUDEBABER CAMS. , Repairs Parte Accessories AND SUPPLIES. Phone 806. 10 N. Palafox St. WALK 3 BLOCKS AND SAVE 3 DOLLARS Pensacola Bargain Store S11 South Palafox. BALKCOn DRUG CO.' The Prescription Stare.' Phone 19 or 123. ABBOTT TAXI COMPANY Phone 415. RATES REASONABLE Greoory and Palafox Sta. look for This sion 108 East Wright Stroot Star Brand Shoaa Ar. Batta ; 3fTTERY & SUPPLY CO. SPECIALISTS ON ELECTRIC LIGHT ING AND 8TARTINQ T3 I LM 16 North Palafox Street TO RELIEVE INDIGESTION OR DYS PEPSIA, TAKE A 4al irv -v rf b dyspepsia Tablet for and Aftar Each Msal 25c Box THE CRYSTAL PHARMACY THE CITIZENS & PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK. 414 per cent bonds of "the 3rd Liberty Loan now ready. MARSTON & QUINA Watt Fiorlda'a Oldest Furnltur Hotia McKEE REFRIGERATORS. GLOBE WERNICKE BOOK CASES AND OFFICE FURNITURE 1 1 EVERLASTING Fabrics Company MS Swrtft Pvlfa, BLUE SERGE and FANCY PATTERN SUITS, that would ba con.ld.TJd ax" tra good $15 vatua In w g mm txr.xr:;:. f.0.1:.0. . I0.7 5 NEW ORLEANS BARGAIN STORE. Palafox and Government sts. Owens Market and Grocery Co Sanitary Meat Market, new Una of ro-' ""'?. notions and. house furnlshlnc gooes. -' Phona 574 '. Belmont and De-Vlllier Sts. WATfR A7TMTrYlX7Q fc POSS' (I Mew T)r. fVisvrfo C.m4 V y wuuo w w w 1 South Paafox Stravt. li