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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL', SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 8, 1918.
T vJrmr. - DAIl3"nrTB&KLY SUNDAY Journal Publishing Company LOIS K. MAYES. President HARRY R. COOK. Publisher Conducted from 199 to 1915 Under the Editorship and aianagement of CoL Frank L. Mayes. ;(bCIATED PRESS rer Publishers Association ress Association Southern Newspaper Publishers' Association UP TION RATES: ' One TVeek.f D or innrln v 1. 2 .15 Two WeiUllyafcSunday One Month, Dally and Sunday Three Months. Dally and Sunday lj Six Months, Iaily and Sunday Mail subscriptions are payable In advance, and papers nwjp l?crfct limed on expiration oate- OFnCE JOU Bldg., Corner In dencia an (Wj Lr' T Streets. BlOJf. 1 HONES Editorial Rooms. 38; Presl lmt and Publisher. 48; Bus. Office. 1500 The Associated Prets Is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of all news credited to it or not other-y-r. frrtit.,i tr, ran.i- nd also to local news pub-Tithed '.SSSrrJ! --rSffairlaiia matter at the postofflee In - . . . . - . 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JUNE 8. 1918. by Atlanta ,nnMhta c1 flMfflftrtS OPPORTUNITY. rwn 7ftaO!pr1J'mAtion of the Lord Lieutenant Rffilarl wktyJhfipr 50.00" voluntary recruits 'aluIthAfe-ffw.OOO to 3.000 monthly to main hrtein irish mvjisi.ons! js intended as an opportunity frI4hB'bid the application of the con script!oh',Iawectly passed by parliament, is nil il-ihi.' , : ,nd Milled. bqv il-ms r: 'fgC'proclamation says: "In pur . suance of our promise, we now make our offer, .rrwhielu lfisuccBssf ul, will insure that Ireland will jny.r; JaU.and freely in the world strugle li?ry?f0he Offer is that Ireland voluntarily iifiirnislnthei number of men required to establish "-fr$n4 The proclamation pro- -ct e'cte ttf tleclarthat there is no intention to dis eittiBbtfarmingoir food production or do anything mitft V9f9 iWln, the country's essential indus- bmqltffianproposed to first call the younger men rt,andftnnose1wlio can be best spared for the fight. Theltfais for men 18 to 27 years of age. ltii!-cktecHr.however, that it is not intended to preclude ofder men, who are especially fitted or f?f rone"nf serving their country. One If tain(fi and MelisrJcM LSI K. a Chit&WBijMAg EVERYBODY'S CAMPAIGN. the greatest benefits that we shall ob- s; war will be the lesson of economy ce, says John C. Shaffer, in the Post. He that giveth from the abundance that he hath is doiMfell. And he who makes sacri fices inrder at another may live, is benefit ing boili mm tljt receiveth and him that giveth. Ajacmjv en$ftt from this war is that it is teaching us to think nationally and not locally. Everywhere throughout the United States today men andqwnen, boy rand girls, are thinking RSS'Soll&i foSyeiiiation. In addition to giving their time they are giving their money and their savings.' We shall have a stronger and more unified nation at the end orJJiiFwr than we had before it begun. It is of eifermous advantage to the nation ttQ-Mjre the people buy War Savings Stamp! wlto their savings, because it links their minds and hearts closer to the nation's Through this method of financing our national 0&t$&? we Jtnlttmg3t3biteIpeople closer together and getting a more compact national life. 3c3 It will be rrtfkhsTeMdr U3 to solve our eco nomic ditions 3ested their jsavings.irWar Savings Stamps and Liberty bonds. They will feel that they are spckholdeEs. in .thatttf Peat corporation known as the United States government than ever before. 3s-It-is highly6 &shkD& natv the campaign for DdPJI.yff.SSiE8 should be fi:eneral- Let us have a campaign that will get everybody PkTeAKMdlmzvmsnent securities. Thus shall we doubly help to win the victory over the ationsifiaelFeffby1 democracy through out the world. , , dOI n&o ,quo3 a v.at . tions aner ras and .adjust ourselves to new con- Cer the war if all the people have in to save easoline. .vxcr .i an automobile We know a fellow who to save corn and oats and says the cable, drives a horse bought sltelt . An4 KHHW(f9er fellow who walks to save both gasoline and horse feed, and an- mv 'i fflluw whi" t dw 1 in1 a -street car to save shoe leather. CONFIDENCE IN OUTCOME. The supreme war council, which- has had un der advisement the entire war situation, has ex pressed in an official statement Itull confidence in the outcome of the war, with the aid of the American forces. Complete confidence in Gen eral Foch is also expressed, and tribute is paid to President Wilson for his co-operation in the work of transporting and brigading American troops. "The supreme war council held its sixth ses sion under circumstances of great gravity for the alliance of free peoples," says the statement. "The German government, relieved of all pressure on the eastern front by the collapse of the Russian armies and people, has concentrated all its efforts in the west. It is now seeking to gain a decision in Europe by a series of desper ate and costly assaults upon the allied armies before the United States can bring its full strength effectively to bear." The advantage it possesses in its strategic position and superior railway facilities has en abled the enemy command to gain some initial successes. It will undoubtedly renew its attacks and the allied nations may be still exposed to critical days. After a review of the whole position, the supreme war council has expressed the convic tion that the allies bearing the trials of the forth coming campaign with the same fortitude as they have ever exhibited in the defense of right, will baffle the enemy's purpose and in due course bring him to defeat. THE QUESTION. Did the German submarines, which raided American shipping off the Jersey coast, destroy the missing collier Cyclops, or did they capture her at sea, put aboard her a prize crew and send her to Germany? Out of the mysterious disappearance of the American collier, now missing for three months, this question has been raised, by the passing re mark of one of the submarine commanders to Captain Lowry, of the steamer Texel, that the U-boats had been on this side of the water for three months. . It is possible, though not probable, naval ex perts say, that the collier, with her cargo of manganese and some three hundred souls, might have been "spurious versenkt" sunk without a trace after she left Barbadoes, where she had put in for fuel. The statement of the U-boat commander that he had been in American waters two months adds to the theory of those who have maintained that there is a submarine base on this side. The sub marines, it is claimed, could not otherwise hope to remain away from home ports so long. A number of cities throughout the country are managing their financial problems of the war by opening war chest headquarters, where money is deposited, to be drawn upon to finance any war campaign which may arise. Already Phila delphia alone has placed to the credit of the war chest $19,139,442. L ' ' - Might is right, says the Hun, as his long range gun brings down a maternity hospital. While any nation holds to this policy,, the world cannot be wholly a decent place to live in. The Irish convention took a great step toward self-government, says its chairman. Now, what would Ireland's self-government look like, should? Germany win in this war? Sort o' Russian like. Six New York men, names unknown, have failed to make their income tax returns, because they have so much money their clerks haven't been able to finish the work. That's another ad vantage of being poor. A New York judge has declared that an auto driver must do more than toot his horn to pro tect pedestrians. We can't think of anything else that it's possible for him to do, unless it's to check his speed, but that hardly seems reasonable. The bock beer sign in Austria has been changed They're using Czernin's picture. Poets, says H. L. Menchen should be killed at the age of 26. Mr. Menchen may have some good reason for allowing them to live after 16. Don't Chase The Dog Chaise The Bugs If tout vets of any kind troubled by fleas or other bugs, you can relieve them quickly by applylng BEE BRAND INSECT POWDER. It is perfectly harmless to both yourself and pets but it is sure death to almost every kind of an in sect. The directions are plain, easily followed and printed on every can. Bee Brand insect Powder fan It Into th adr j Flies and mosquitoes die in a few mi nates. Will kiU ants, fleas, roaches, bed-bues, lice, and bugs of nearly every kind. Directions on package. Look for the Bee Brand Trade Mark. 25c & 806. Everywhere) EcCCXXKX CO, Uiw, W. Big Revision of Classification Been Ordered (Continued from Page One.) doubled classes. Classification should be scientifically adjusted now so as to avoid the necessity of proceeding to the deferred classes. The remedy Is yours to apply. "It is Important also that corrective procedure should be applied where necessary in case of boards showing unusually high percentage of class one. Where there are no apparent ex planations for such high per centages you should make inquiry of the prop er boards with a view to ascertaining whether the boards have correctly ap plied the regulations. "Also instruct all local boards to re examine under the new standards of physical examination now being is sued all doubtful cases which may have fallen into group B, group C, or group D, with the particular pur pose of rinding men physically fit for general' military service who may have been placed in one of the above men tioned groups and of removing to group C, as qualified for special and limited military service such men as may heretofore have been totally re jected or placed In the deferred rem edial group," T. m DEFEATS AVIATION BUNCH In the first game played this sea son, the newly organized team from the Y. M. C. A. yesterday defeated the excellent team from the" air sta tion in a match contest at Maxent park. The score was 6 6to 3, and in trying to oust th-j. Y boys from the biggest end of the score, two pitchers were used, without having attained the desired effect. McVoy and Olsen worked for the winners while Barnes and Harris"pITched, and Gradstorff was on the receiving linb. Flushed with yesterday's victory, the Y boys expect to play again early In the week, and laler will again meet the air station team. ... RHEUMATIC AND KIDNEY ILLS ... Are you troubled with rheumatism, kidney or bladder affecicns? Any such symptoms as swollen muscles or joints, backache, headache, dizziness nervous ness, played-out feeling, urinary irreg ularity pufflncss under the eyes? You need Foley Kidney Pills. Mrs. Frank P. Wood, R. F. D. 2, Morrill Maine writes: "I found relief as soon as I ge- gan taking Foley Kidney Pills. My hus band also received much benefit from them. He was so lame he could not stoop over; now he feels no pain." Sold everywhere Adv. LEG NOTICES QUARANTINE. In accordance with and by authority r Chapter 7345 (No. S7). Acts of 1917. Laws of Florida, Escambia county is hereby placed under quarantine. NOTICE. It Is hereby ordered that no cattle wliich shall embrace Bulls, Work Oxen. Steers, Cows, Heifers and Calves) shall be driven, tiansported or allowed to stray Into any part of ESCAMBIA COUNTY except under the provisions of the Rules and Regulations of the State Uve Stock Sanitary Board, for the Control, Preven tion and Spread of Splenetic or Tick Fever In Cattle. By order of STATE LIVE STOCK SANITARY BOARD, J. W. DeMlLLY. Secretary. Acting State Veterinarian. tone at Tallahassee, Fla., May 16, 1918. Kfective June i. 191. Copies of Laws, Rules and Regula tions forwarded on request. EXPORT FUEL AND ICE CO. C01 North Tarragona St. Phone 3(3 Clothiers M. St O. CLOTHING STORE 119-333 South Palafox Phone 11SI For sale, says the , Birmingham, Ala., Age- Herald, three thoroughbred, registered sows ; can be eeen in rear of office. O! tbp. rirh Alarmmn editor! - IN ESCAMBIA COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT. STATE OF FLORIDA. Export Fuel & Ice Company, a corpora tion. vs. Merit or ia Averfeld and Minnie J. Aver- feld, and their unknown heirs. All parties and Dartieularlv th un known heirs of Mentoria Averfeld and Minnie J. Averfeld. claiming an interest in the South half tS 1-2) of that parcel or iano described as follows: Besinnlns at a point one hundred feet (100') South of the Southwest corner of Gregory ard Spring Streets on the west line of Spring street, thence south parallel to Spring street ninety feet (90') thence west at right angles one hundred forty feet (140") 1 PE.VSACOLA HIDE ANB METAL CO. Phone 2S tnor or les thenee North parallel to Sprinz street ninety feet (90'). thenci east one hundred forty feet (140' . more cr less to point of beginning, th said South half (S 1-2) being forty-five feet (45') front on Spring street by one bun-, dred. forty feet (140') deep more or less, between Gregory and Spring streets in said City of Pensacola, are required to appear to the bill of complaint filed in this suit on the 3rd day of August. A. D. 1918. This order to be published once each week for eight consecutive weeks in the Pensacola Journal, a newspaper pub lished In said Escambia County. J AS. MAtlHHMUW, (Seal). 1570. Cerc CIrvuU Court. By M. L. Beu, D. C fa the Court of Record. Escambia County, Florida In Chancery. A. M. Cohen, Trustee, vs. E. A. Clubbs. et als. The defendants. J. S. Sibley and airs. J. S. Sibley, and Lizzie Converse, are hereby required to appear on or be fore June 25th, 1918, to the bill of com plaint filed in this cause. This order to be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In The Pensacola Journal, a newspaper pub lished In the City of Pensacola Florida. a. M. McMillan. Clerk of the Court of Record. ADVERTISEMENT Sealed proposals for installing and de velopment of an additional Well and Pump for the City Water Works will be received by the Board of Commissioners of the City of Pensacola up to IX o'clock, noon, on Tuesday, June 11. 191. Copies of spcifloation and- form or contract, are on file in the office of the City Clerk. Terms of payment different from the terms stated in the form of contract must be stated in the proposal. Proposal must be addressed to the Board of Commissioners and endorsed, "Proposal for Well, City Water Works." The right is reserved to reject any and all bids. , , By order of the Board of Commission ers of the City of Pensacola. THOS. II. JOHNSON. Attest: Mayor. L. E. HEINBERG. City Clerk. DENTIST. Dr. Lemuel Colson, 204 1-2 S. Palafox Street, Phone S80. Special attention given plate, repairing and vulcanite work. Hours 9 to 12; to 5 p. m. 2927 tf FOR SALE No. 3 Potatoes Free of Rot 50c BUSHEL ' Cut out this advertisement and mail it with your order and address to - . . RICHLAND FARMS Box 261, Motor Route "A" Pensacola, Florida. We will make delivery for cash anywhere in the city on same day order Is received. EDUCATIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL by Miss Kate Hall in school number 74. opens June 10. For particulars phone 1307. 3129 MISS MAYME FREEMAN Will open summer school at No. 2, June 17. Phone 1329. 298 TAXI SERVICE TAXI SERVICE S. J. JONES, Phones 184 and 1825. SEVEN Passenger STUDEBAKER cars only. SAN CARLOS Taxi Ex change and Baggage Transfer Co. Phone 200, day or night, for prompt, courte ous service, uood cars ann son DANCING DANONC TAUGHT, at 208 West Greg ory street. For information, phone 278. Children's class Tuesday and .Friday afternoon. 1251 PENSACOLA LODGE, NO. 4, I. O. O. F. Pensacola Lodge, No. 4. L O. O. F., meets every Thursday at T:S0 p. m. In Rafford Hall, corner Bayleo and Belmont streets. Visitors cordially t J. ff. NICOLAU. Invited. E. F. RICE. N. O- Recretarr. PIANO TUNING We tune and repair pianos to your entire satisfaction. Esti mates free. THE PIANO SHOP, Z. A. Thomas, Manager, Phone 791, 18-20 E. Garden St. Boy! That's Great Let the sun scowl but you smile smile no matter how terribly hot it may be safe from the bnoning rays of Gld Solfortified behind the untiring barrage of Electric Fan Breezes Hot weather simply can't "get you" if home and office are equipped with Electric Fans. Day or night they will throw about you a cloak of cool comfort that will keep , your vitality up to par. You will go about your work and play unmindful of the sun, doing full justice to whatever you may undertake. Come down today to see our Electric Fans and to learn how slight is the cost of operation. It's refreshing even to look at them. PetmsacoDs EDectttruc (Co0 PHONE 2010 LOOK! LOOK! Mattresses, Feather Beds and Pillows cleaned and made over. Phone S27. Germ Proof Mattress Co., P. O. Box 862, 107 South tfaylen street. llau NEW SPOilTbMAN'S SUPPLY, STORE Large and complete line of Fishing Tackle, Hunters Equip ment, Guns, Ammunition, Bicy cles, Etc. 34 S. Palafox Street.. Phone 889 3C3E n T 0 JEFt "ST OF THE BUSINESS AND PRO FESSIONAL FIRMS OF PENSACOLA Journal readers in and out of the city will find it most valuable from time to time. Name, address and phone number of leading business concerns and professional men of Pensacola. Paste this in your scrap book, put it in your pocketbook or tack it in some convenient place. Automobiles DODGE BROS. MOTOR CAR O. H. HATS. Dealer. Phone 7 Abstracts of Title TITLE GUARANTEE CO. 202 South Palafox Phone 6S4 Auto Painting PENSACOLA BUGGY WORKS lil-133 Etist Intendencia. Phone 67 Bakeries 423 BENNETT'S West Belmont. BAKERY Phone 215 Coal Dealers CART CO. Office Phones 88-119 Yard Phones 8-124 Music Stores CLTJTTSR MUSIC HOUSE t!4 South Patafox Street Phone IS Hides and Junk 200 E. T.nm ftoftiz 5t. Newspapers THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL Dally-Weekly-Sunday Phones. Editorial. 38; Business, 1500 THE PENSACOLA NEWS Evening Except Sunday Phones. Editorial, 4Z4; Business. US Painters, Paper Hangers E. B. WELLS, 12 East Government. Phone T7S Sign Painting O. M. GIOVANNI The Cartoonist Sljrn Writer All orders promptly attended to. Phones S or 412. Photographers, CHAR. COTTRELL 204 South Palafox. Phone 1102 Optician DR. T. O. TATES Expert Optician Fisher Building Shoe Shops CHATT'S ELECTRICAL SHOE SHOP Authorised repairs for U. '8. Goverrment at Aero Station. Warrington. Fla. Meat Markets Tob Printers MAYES PRLNTLNii CO. -15 West Government St- Phone 1L THE P"RLOR MARKET 214 South Palafox Phono- 172-174 Trained Nurses R-etstry of Traired Nurses at White's Pharmacy. Day Phone ISO. Nirht. Druggists THE CENTRAL PHARMACY 100 South Palafox Phones 177-172 5 South Palafox . Vhnn.. i 121 South Palafox PHARMACY Phone 102 M,tH?DFrS DTO STORE . C Phone S24 Florists NORTH HILL GREENERY Greenhouses. 919 N. Bavlon r tv. Flower Shop. 9 W. lg&Zl it! Pwl HI Hardware Stores ,,W- A. RAY HARDWARE CO. 710 South Palafox Phonel450 Ice Dealers a ,a. PENSACOLA ICE CO. 106-108 N. Tarragona Phones 69-259 Laundry THE PERFECTION LAUNDRY Dry Cleaning and Steam Pressing Phone 188 Machine Shops ..r,TJLrMACHIrE WORK 212817 South Fa laor Pbones 142-144I Motor Boat Supplies PENiiACOLA GAS ENGINE A SUPPLY net 713 S. Palafox bu Phon eii