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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 3, 1918.
1! t y t: t e. U 1 : , r bt h - r. lii! i 'p. 1 i 1 . i '1 . A 1 J ft Hi CAPT. BENNIE EDMUNDSON LAUNCHES - TO RENT TELEPHONE 204 ? ' R. A. ROBINSON, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON REMERAL DRASTIC Special Attention Paid to Disease cf Women and Children. Offlca Hours 10 to 12, 3 to 8, and 7 to 8 nt- Rooms' 12 nd 14 Masonic Temple. " ' Phone Connection. i AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK Of Pensacola ? CAPITAL. STOCK Paid In $500,000 Send Your CM Shoes to West End Shoe Store i ; For Best and Neatest Work in ii: Repairs. Air Work Guaranteed 821 North DeVillier Street Phone 2032 Pensacola Launch & Ma chine Co. WILLARD SERVICE STATION WILLARD STORAGE BATTERIES AND REPAIRS OF ALL MAKES BATTERIES TWO SETS MARINE WAYS MA. CHINE SHOP IN CONNECTION. YALE BICltCLES CASH OR CREDIT T. T. Wenty;orth,Jr Cor. - Belmont and Oavii MARSTON & QUINA West Florida's O'de'; Furniture Houss Mr.KEC RE FRIO ERA TORS. GLOBE yERNICKE eOK CASES AND ' OFFICE FURNITURE. Vc Will Bond You. Bio -Phones 8.1 3.- be Banking -Savinis Trust Company THt. UPTOWN DANK .General Banking Only Trust Comoany in West WE BUY AND SELL BONDS EVERLASTING Fabrics Company 106 South Palafox FORCHEIMER'S FASHION SHOP "Tha Store for Wojnen" EXCLUSIVE SHOP FOR READY-TO-WEAR AND MILLINERY Will g. Diffenderfer V Jeweler Optician THE HOUSE OF RELIABLE GOODS 14 South Palafox Street WATCH WINDOWS ; poss NEW DRY GOODS STORE 31 South Palafox Street D'ALEMBERTE PEROXIDE CREAM : Pkon 109 A . GOOD DRUG STORE" for face massage. FALK'S . . N'orth' Palafox, Jut Above lals Theatre .. Millinery and Ready-to-Wear f Read the Want Ads. you may find what you yant through them. OFFICIAL LIST OF CASUALTIES IN AMERICAN ARMIES ABROAD The following casualties arereport ed by the commanding general of the American Expeditionary Forces: Killed in actio a '92 Missing in action , 33 Wounded severely ....110 Died from wounds 14 Died of disease 1 Total .... 250 KILLED IN ACTION. Sergeants. L. F. Antozak, Detroit, Mich.T A. Buehl, Brooklyn. X. T.; R. E. Gill, Long Island City, X. Y. Corporals. H. J. Behrentz, Jr., Chicago, 111.; J. P. Flynn, Conneautvllle, Pa.; H. E. Jones, Cleveland, O.; J. E. Gilmer, Central City, Neb.; F. Kowalkowski, Frimrose, Pa.: J. F. McClelland, Washington, Pa.; C. R. Ramsey, Lat robe, Pa.; A. T. Robrnson, Beacon, X. Y.; Bubler J J. , Gilmette, Onoway, Mich.; Cook ,R. E. Shook, Verbank Village, X. Y. ; . ' ; Privates. , . J. WV Adams dntenagon, Mich. ; G. Ancona. Buffalo, X. Y.; J. I. Atwood, Gadsden, Ala.; F. I?. Benbrook, Wide man, Ark.; -F. Chierichettl. Rockford, 111.; P. Clark, Philadelphia, Pa.; R. E. Davis. High Point, X.'C; E. F. Deck, H osteins, Xeb.; . A. Dunleavy. XeW York, X. Y.; G. Fewell, Turners Station, Ky.: ' J. Kolliart, Jr., Brook lyn. X. Y.; M. X. G allegros. Central, X. M.; C. A. Garner, St. Vegas, X. M.; G. W. Nash. New York, X. Y.; C. A Geary, New York, X. Y.; C. C. Ger main, Cove City, X. Y.; J. Gray, Xew York, X. Y.: J. R. Hickey. Palmyra, X Y.; T,. V. Higgins. East Rockaway, N". Y.; TV. C. Johnson, Brooklyn, X. Y.; H. V. Labar, Brooklyn. X. Y.; William I Lasley, Speedwell, Tc-nn.; H. Ljnaka, .Mount Airy, Fa.; C. lisenski, Chica go. IH.: W. C. Lowery, Cana, X. C: W. Mallon, Xew York, X. Y.: E. K. Marshall, Washington, Pa.; L. D. Muri, Forsyth. Mont.; H. I. Xikirk. Blooming-ton. Ind.; J. M. Percival, Brooklyn, X. Y.; G. Peletrocci, Elmwood. Ind.; J. Quinn, Ireland; J. I.. Sheets, Sugar Grove. Va.; E. C. Steckbauer, ,Osh knsh. Wis.: S. S. Stewardson. Colby, Kan.; A. Van Patten. Fayetteville. X. Y.: W. J. Watters, Washington. Pa.; I Weiss. Woodbine. la.; X. C. Woom r( Tyrone, Pa.: a. Wren, Middleburg, X.; C; E. Crowe. Laddsdale, la.; Wm. Crute. Philadelphia, Pa.; II. A. CUm minscs. Aurora, Mo.; S. Curtin, Long I.olend. X. T.; J. Cusano, Derby, Conn. K. Dale, F.ridateport, 111.; F. Daley, Now York. X. Y.; J. DSmhtik, Hartford, Conn.: R. M. Davis. White Plains. N. Y.; F. J. Dax. ChlcaRo. 111.; J. F. Di nar). J. J. Donahue. Philarelphia. Fa.; r. Donovan, Oslning, N. v.: R. 1 Eckard. Taylor? ville, N. C. ; C. Ellis, I;onrr.t. X. Y.: I.. Englander, New York. N. V.; J. D. Fa rely, Chicago, 111.; C '."arns worth. Litchfield, Xeb.; A. Kenton, Reading, .; F5. L.. Gallagher, N'eTv York. N. Y.: R. P. Garza, Taylor, Tex.: W. G. Gerk.', Chicago, 111.; 'A. -Sro. Pittsbuicr. Pa.: J. R. Gor . O3ceola Mills. Pa.: E. E. Gnrd .Whr3ton City. Pa.; H. H. Hall. " Mills, N. C; K. Haut. Davenport, In.: r. . ayslip, Wade, Okla.; F. W. Heimburg. North Troy, X. Y.; CM. Her'oir;. Indianapolis. Ind.; AY. M. Housor, Keyser, W. Vfc.; S. J. Hower. Shamnkln, Pa.; D. S. Hubert. Bedford, Muh.: II. Ka?e? Rincrtown, Pa.; J. M. Knutson. lnfOn, Minn.; J. Kooistra, Marshall. Mich.; T. Xunz, St. Louis, Mo.: J. Kutia, Uncasville. Conn.; 11 McAllister. Brooklyn, X. Y. NUT INC BUT YOU CAN'T RELY ON SPRAYS AND INHALERS Thpre is no use permitting iv urself to be deceived. Per haps, like thousands of others afflicted with Catarrh, you are about ready to believe that the disease is incurable, and that you are doomed to spend the remainder of your days hawk ing and spitting, with no relief in sight from inflamed and stopped-up air passages that make the days miserable and the nights sleepless. Of course this all depends upon whether or not you are willing to continue the old-time, make-shift methods of treat ment that you and many other sufferers have used for years with no substantial results. If you are still . content to depend upon the use of sprays, douches, inhalers, jellies and other like remedies by themselves, that are applied, to the surface and can not reach below it, then make up your mind now that your Ca tarrh will remain a life com panion and will follow you to the grave. . You must realize that the dis ease itself, and not its symp toms, is what you have to cure. Of course you know that when vou are cured of any disease its symptoms will disappear. Can tarrh manifests itself by inflam mation v of the delicate mem branes of the nose and air pas sages, which choke up and Id A ARM DIED FROM WOUNDS. Privates. E. Clemente, Tlconderoga, X. Y.; J. Keppler, Stapleton, X. T.; T. W. Kearns, Lawrence, Kan.; F. M. Lough ran, Brooklyn. X. Y.; A. Manfredl. Brooklyn, X. Y.; J. H. Prentice, Fred ericksburg, Va,; H. D. Schultz, Daven port, la.; X. S. Scogln, Batesville, Miss.; H. W. Sielaff, Buckeye, la.; F. Slier, Bradford, O.; R. w. Stevens, Corydon, Ind.; O. P. Street. Shelby, X. C.; H. Wolanski, Buffalo, X. Y. DIED OF DISEASE. Private John Rader, Peebles, O. The following casualties are report ed by the commanding general of the American Expeditionary Forces: Killed in action 93 Missing in action 42 Wounded severely 54? Died of disease 21 Died of accident, etc c Died from wounds 33 Wounded slightly 5 Prisoners 4 Total ..556 KILLED IN ACTION. Lieutenants. X. C. Barber,' Medford, Ore.; L. O. Beaton, Xew York, X. Y.; A. E. Pur chas, Xew York, X. Y. ' Sergeants. E. Allen, Philadelphia, Pa.; R. A. Berg, Chilago, 111.; W. A. Jackson, Philadelphia, Pa. Corporals. F. M. Allison, Savannah, Ga.; A. C. Copeman, Kent, Wash.; J. A. Green, Xew Brunswick, N. J.; R. p. Russell, Pittsburg, Pa.; J. C. Wilkerson, Bin ger, Okla.; E. A. Covey, Exeter, X. H.; B. Perkins. Brooklyn. X. Y. ; H. Luby, Denver, Colo.; P. I. McLeod, New York X. Y.; J. W. Pegram, Winston-Salem. X. C; J. E. Wilhide, LaGore, Md. ; Mechanic. J. E. Robinson, Brooklyn, X. Y.; R. L. White, Seagull, X. C. Wagoner E. J. Woll, Brooklyn, X. Y. Privates. J. Braun, New York, N. Y.; Stanley Brogis, New Britain, Conn.; Clyde P. Clark, Monroe O.; A. Cobb, Geneva, Ala.; J. ostello. New York, N. Y.; E. J. Ecklund, Thief River Falls, Minn.; W. Gaj, Detroit, Mich.; L. Galczyn, Erie. Pa.; J. T. Heney, Moultrie, Ga.; H. G. Harrison, Watson, La.; Achi leffs Karausta, Tyrone, Pa,; J. W. Kidd, Kenmare, X. D.; C. Letoukidis, Orour, Turkey; S. Makarewicz, White Haven, Pa.; M. Palambi, Rome. Italy; A. Parenty, Pisa. Italy; G. A. Rodman, Denair, Cal.; J. D. Ross, Franklin, Pa,; B. G. Samstad, Atwater, Minn.; C. A. Schulz. Saco, Mont.; A. X. Spencer, Knowlton. Ky.; S. Burnette, Alert, X. C; R. Broussard, "Youngsville, La.; A. Cheran, Bentley ville, Pa.; E. J. Crotty, Elmira, X. Y.; G. A. Darr, Pittsburg, Pa.; T. J. Duquette, Gouverneur, X. Y. F. Finger, Brooklyn, X. Y.; J. Fiore, Newahk, N. J.; H. G. Fix, Sherman, S. D.; J. D. Hensley, Jr., Blanche, Ky.; D. Lee, Danville, Va.; W. W. Lesher, Reading, Pa.; H. C. Lewis, Delphi, Ind. G. Lukasiak, Chicago, 111.; J. T. Miller, Bicknell, Ind.; A. Pagers, Chicago, 111.; J. Rhodes, Monongahela, Pa.; Wm. L. Robideau, International Falls, Minn.; C. O. Robinson, Paton, Minn.; A. C. Terry, Brevard, N. C; G. L. True blood, Terre Haute, Ind.; M. C. White hill, Kingsville, Pa.; R. A. Arowood, Auroroa, Mo.; W. Ball, Chauncey, W. Va.; O. P. Beck, Huntingdon, Pa.; G. BoneSs, Union Grove, Wis.; T. Boyle, New York, N. Y.; J. F. Brosnahan, Brattleboro, Vt.; R. Bryson, Lancaster, make breathing very diffis" To get rid t)f these distressing effects you must remove their cause. The blood is laden with the Catarrh germs, which direct their attack against the tender and delicate membranes of the nose and throat. These germs cannot be reached by sprays or douches, which, of course, have no effect whatever upon the blood. S. S. S. is a purely vegetable blood remedy, made from roots and herbs direct from the for est, which combat promptly any disease germs or impurities in the blood. This great remedy has been used for more than fifty years, with most satisfac tory results. It has been suc cessfully used by those afflicted with even the severest cases of Catarrh because it drives out from the blood the Catarrh germs, and eliminates every foreign substance from the blood. S. S. S. is sold by drug jgists everywhere. For the benefit of those af flicted with Catarrh or other blood diseases, we maintain a medical department irr charge of a specialist skilled in these dis eases. If you will write us fully, he will give your case careful study, and write you just what your own individual case requires. No charge is made for this service. Address Swift Specific Co., 406 Swift Laboratory, Atlanta, Ga. UR.ABLE Pa,; F. F. Button, Fairfax, Okla.; W. J. Campbell, Pauls Valley, Okla.; A. E. Chapell'e, Ponca, Xeb.; J. Chuk. Los Angeles, "Cal. ; J. W. Claiborne, Jack sonville, Tex.; E. F. Cors, Aberdeen, S. D.; E, Davidson, Ulysses, Xeb.; J. Doucett, Lawrence,- Mass. i G. L. For man, Jr Old Chatham' X. Y.; Lester Hodges, Clayton, Ala.; E. D. Hughes, WTindsor, Mo.; R, D. Jacobson, New York, X. Y.; O. Johnson, Gable, 111.; J. B. Koeing, Rhineland, Mo.; S. A. Lang, Brooklyn, X. Y.; W. F. Lynch, New York. X. Y.; G. Miller, Xenla, 111.; L. E, Pixley, Detroit, Mich.; H. F. Reeves, Greenville, S. C; J. Richitelli, Xew Haven, Conn.; R. J. Schwartz, Xew York, X. Y.; W. W. Spragg, Adena, O.; E. D. Stewart, Xew Cum berland, W, Va. DIED FROM WOUNDS. Srgeanta. A. C. Bradley, Shawnee, Okla.; J. J. Hagger, Brooklyn, X. Y. Corporals. J. A. Demorest, Qulncy, Mich.; A. Knipper, Glendale, X. Y.; W. W. Shankle, Rockinpham, X. C; G. J. Winter, Xew York, X. Y.; E. L. Lam bert, Munsing, Mich.; J. E. Williams, Windgap, Pa Privates. C. W. Barker, Harrisburg, Pa.; O. E. Jarden, St. Catherines, Ont.; C. H. Leigh ty, Detroit, Mich.; L. Levenson, Los Angeles, Cal.; A. J. Marfaro, Jer sey City, X. J.; O. A. Miller, Carml, 111. J. C. Xorris, Georgetown, La.; A. B. Schering, Xew York, X. Y.; Peter P. Schwenkler, Chicago, 111.; G. C. Wal ker, Clay ville, R. I.; E. L. Baker, Xew Bloomfield, Mo.; A. D. Baughman, Ellis, Kan.; E. Igo, Arminta, Ky.; E. A. Kelly. Xew York, 'X. Y.; C. D. Smith, Galveston, Tex.; A. Stokka, Xorway; G. J. Bush, Haverhill, Mass.; E. Cabrini, Mishawaka, Ind.; E. Kl Da vies, Munhall, Pa.; A. Geidel, Xew Britain, Conn.; M. Jacobson. Fairport, O.; C. Johnson, Kanopolis, Kan.; D. F. Kaufman, Davenport, la.; H. L. Kel ley, Climax, Ga.; H. H. McClaflin, Clarksfleld, O.; H. D. Mabry. Reading, Pa.; P. L. Omo, Pittsburg, Pa.; R. W. Roberts, Eaton, Ind.; J. M. Sterner, Duncannon, Pa.;F. Wylle, Bald Prair ie, Texas. DIED OF DISEASE. Sergt. S. E. Ely, Broadway, Pa. Corporals. A. McCombs, Miami, Fla.; O. John Petschat, Manor, Pa. Musician Z. Jablonowski, Philadel phia, Pa Privates. W. Banks. Covington, Va.; H. A. Baumer, Utopia, Tex.; J. R. Bentley, Cleveland, Ala.; G. Hatjoglon, Xew York, X. Y.; R. O. Johnson, McEwen, Tenn.; C. L. Melching, Portland, Ore.-, A. Read, Mansfield, La.; R. Reeder, Blaekton, Ark.; W. D. Reusch, Eliza beth, III.; K. L. Richardson, Peters Landing, Tenn.; J. H. Ward, Weston, W. Va.; W. A. Corcoran. Hartford, Conn.; C. E. Jennings, Santa Rita, X. M.; H. Lee, Indianapolis, Ind.; H. C. Medlin, Danville, Va.; T. Parks, Shugualak, Miss.; E. Strauch, Buff ton, O. DIED FROM ACCIDENT & OTHER CAUSES. Lieut. C. E. Berner, Pottsville, Pa. Privates. E. Aceveda, New York, X. Y.; Roka$ Alexiewiczius, Xew Britain, Conn.; E. W. Higgins, Marlboro, Mass.; H. D. Lowery, Virgilina, Va,; H. Pearl, Phil adelphia, Pa. . MARINE CORPS CASUALTIES. Summary of casualties to date: Officers. Deaths 40 Wounded 67 Missing 1 108 Enlisted Men. Deaths 1038 Wounded 2009 In hands of enemy 20 Missing t 162 3229 The following casualties are report ed by the commanding general of the American Expeditionary Foroes, (in cluded in above total): . KILLED IN ACTION. Corp. J- W. HIgginbotham, Piper, Ala, Privates. J. F. Butler, Lewistown, 111.; J. Li. Dean, Flatwoods, Tenn.; E. B. Dudley, Roxbury, X. Y.; W. McK. Fox, St. Louis, Mo.; F. H. Hixon, Syracuse, X. Y.; W. H. Jeffries, "Cincinnati, O. DIED OF WOUNDS RECEIVED IN ACTION. 2nd Lieut. T. A. Redford, Pawtauc- ket, R. I. , Corp. V. W. Young, Colfax,- Wash. SALTS FINE FOR We eat too much meat, whicn clogs Kidneys, then Back hurts and Bladder bothers you Most folks forget that the kidneys. like the bowels, pet sluggish and clog peel and need a Hushing occasionally. else we have baekache and dull misery in the kidney region, severe headaches. rheumatic twinges, torpid liver, acid stomach, sleeplessness and all sorts of bladder disorders. - You simply must keep your kidneys active and clean, and the moment you feel an ache or pain in the kidney re gion, get about four ounces of jan Salts from any good drug store here lake a tablespoonful in a glass of wa ter before breakfast for a few days and your kidneys will then act fine. This fam,ous salts is made from the acid of grapes and lemon juice, combined with lithia. and is harmless to flush clogged kidneys and stimulate thern to normal activity. It also neutralizes the acids in the urine so it uo longer irritates, thus ending bladder disorders. Jal Salts -is harmless; , inexpensive; makes a delightful effervescent lithia- water drink which everybody should take now and then tt keep their kid neys clean, thus avoiding serious com plications. A well-known local druggist says he sells lots of Jad Salts to folks who be lieve in overcoming kidney trouble while it is only trouble. . H KIDNEYS ja The Weather Weather Bureau. U. S. Department of Agriculture Charles P. Marvin, Chief. DAILY WEATHER BULLETIN. Penseols St. Pensacola, Oct. -2, 1918. x TEMPERATURE Highest on recor for September 98 degrees lowest on record for September 51 degrees. Day temperatures In September usual ly rise to So degrees: night tempera tures In September usually fall to 72 degrees. illehest fcmordli;re 21 hours eoi- Ing 7 p. m., 79 degrees. Lowest temperature 24 hours ending 7 p. m., 70 degrees. Accumulated deficiency this year to date, .289 degrees. RAINFALL for 24 hours ending 7 p m., 0 inches. - Normal rainfall for ths . .month of October, 4.08 inches. Total rainfall this month to 7 p. n .0 inches. Accumulated excess this year to October 1. 5.16 inches. HUMIDITY 7 p. m., 81 per cent. BAROMETER 7 p. m.t 30.14. if u r g E Stations. 5 S a . 8 Boston, cloudy ....... 62 68 ... Buffalo, cloudy 58 62 Chicago, clear 58 58 .02 Charleston, cloudy . . 70 74 ... Denver, cloudy 62 70 . .. Dodge City, ptr-cl'dy. 78 80 Ft. Worth, pt. cl'dy.. 86 88 ... Galveston,' clear .... 78 86 . . . Itetteras, cloudy .... 72 76 .54 Havre, clear 66 66 ... Huron, cloudy ....... 48 52 ... Jacksonville, rain ... 72 82 .94 Kansas City, cloudy.. 74 76 ... Memphis, clear 80 84 ... Miami, cloudy 82 84 .06 Mobile, cloudy 80 84 Montgomery, pt. cl'dy SO 84 .01 Xew Orleans, pt. cl'dy 80 84 ... New York, clear 64 66 ... North Platte, cloudy 60 64 .02 Oklahoma, clear ...... 80 86 ... Palestine, clear 86 -90 ... Pensacola, pt. cl'dy... 87 79 ... Pittsburg, clear 72 78 St. Louis, clear- 72 76 ... Salt Lake City, clear .72 74 ... San Francisco, cloudy 69 .68 ... Tampa, rain 74 86 ,24 Washington, clear ... 70 " 7 Weather, barometer readings, wind direction and wind velocity at 7 p. m. along the coast. Brownsville, pt. cl'dy, 30.06, SE. Corpus Christi, clear, 30.12, SE. Galveston, clear, 30.12, SE. Xew Orleans, pt. cl'dy, 30.10, SE. Mobile, cloudy, 30.12, S.- Pensacola, pt. cl'dy, 30.14, B. Tampa, rain, 30.14, XE. Miami, cloudy, 30.08, XE 12. 'Jacksonville, rain, 30.18, XE. . Hatteras, cloudy. 30.20, NB. - TIDES. H, W. L. W. Xavy Yard 8:09 a.m. 8:45 p.m. Pensacola Bay . . 8:29 a.m. 9:05 p.m. TOOK OUT DREADFUL SORENESS. When the kidney are weakened or overworked so that they fail to filter and throw all impurities out of the blood, the poison remains in the system, and back ache, soreness, lameness and rheumatic pains are likely to develop. Mrs. David Henry, 63 S. Lincoln Ave.. "Washington, N. J., writes: "Foley Kidney Pilla are do me me much good, both my Kidneys ana the rheumatism. They took all the dread ful soreness out or my llmos. bold everywhere.- Adv. M Oeiniice ft rireveotiom is Better Tfaaini a Poeimdl of Cere Influenza has come to Pensacola. The germs of this dreaded disease, though among the smallest of bacteria germs, are taking t heir dreaded toll. WE MUST FIGHT THE DISEASE GERMS The Pensacola Dairy Co. Has Started a Campaign in Pensacola Against All Disease OUR MODERN CLARIFICATION AND PASTEURIZATION PLANT Destroys all bacteria germs it is the enemy of disease our method of clearification and pasteurization of milk assures our patrons of pure, free from disease germs, dairy products. . We Are Serving Others Why Not You? Naval Hospital Post Hospital, Fort Bar rancas San Carlos Hotel San Carlos Electric Grill Balcom Drug Store Central Pharmacy Hughey's Cafe B. & B. Cafe Liberty Cafe PENSACOLA 7" 'mwm ii ""Lj11 "' Phone COLORED PEOPLE'S LOAN MEETING At 8 o'clock this evening at Big Zlon Tabernacle, the Liberty Loan Committee of the colored . race, of which J. B. Hall is chairman, acting under the direction of Bryan - Dun wody and Gus Eitzen will hold a rally, which will be addressed by prominent Liberty Loan workers. J. M. Muldon; county chairman of the Fourth Liberty Loan Committee, and J. B. Perkins will be among the speakers of the evening. The colored race has done some effective work in other drives, and it was stated at Lib erty Loan headquarters yesterday that splendid results are expected from their campaign. IIEI7 KIM) OF CALOMEL SAFE AIID DELIGHTFUL The new kind of calomel, known as Calotabs, retains all of tne good medi cinal virtues of the old style calomel, yet Is entirely purified from all of the nauseating, disagreeable and danger ous qualities. You can, therefore, eat what you please and go where you please, with no loss of time from your work. One Calotab at bedtime, with a swal low of water that's all. Next morn ing you awake feeling fine, your liver cleansed, your system purified and with a hearty appetite for breakfast. Calotabs are sold only In original, seal ed packages, price thirty-five cents. Your druggist recommends them and will refund your money If you are not delighted. Adv. Sincere Gratitude. Mrs. "William Bell, Logansport. Ind., writes: "I deem it my duty to express my gratitude for the good Chamber lain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy did me when I had a severe attack of diarrhoea three years ago. It was the only medicine that relieved me?' Adv WHEAT IS SCARCE Corn is more plentiful. It's a patri otic duty to try to save the scant wheat supply. Serve your country eat more corn ancHess wheat. Corn Bread is delicious and whole some when made from GONZALEZ CORN MEAL All the flavor and nutrition of the grain retained after grinding. You are sure to get Gonzalez Meal fresh it's ground every day at Pensacola. - The Following Establishments Pure Dairy Products Exclusively a Reason! . '; American Cafe Kozy Korner Angeleto Bros. People's Cafe Isis Candy Kitchen Angelo's Dairy Lunch You will also find our pure dairy products used in thousands of t he best homes in Pensacola. Let Us Supply Your Home DAIRY CO. PURE PASTEURIZED DAIRY PRODUCTS 1312 31 W. HAVE DAB ID LOOK YOUHG Nobody Can Tell When You ' Darken Gray, Faded Hair with Sage Tea Grandmother kept her hair beauti fully darkened,- glossy and attractive with a brew of Sage Tea and Sulphur. Whenever her hair took on that dui', faded or streaked appearance, this simple mixture was applied with wonderful effect. ' By asking at any drug store for "Wyeth's Sage" and Sul phur Compound," you will get a large proved by the addition of other in bottle of this old-time recipe, mi gredients, all ready to use, for about 50 cents. This simple mixture can do depended upon to restore natural color and beauty to the hair. A well-known downtown druggist says everybody uses Wyeth's Sage ami Sulphur Compound now because it darkens so naturally and evenly that nobody can tell It has been applied it's so easy to use, too. You simply dampen a comb or soft brush anil draw It through "your hair, taking on" strand . at a time. By morning the gray hair disappears; after another ap plication or two, it Is restored to its natural color and looks glossy, soft and beautiful. This preparation is a delightful toilet requisite. It is not in tended for the sure, mitigation or pre vention of disease. About Chronic Catarrh. Chronic catarrh results from a neg lected cold or from a succession or colds, that Is, before you are over on cold you contract another. The inflam mation, at first acute, becomes chronic. When the cold is properly treated ami promptly cured there is no further trouble. Parents often neglect cnlrl contracted by their children and chron ic catarrh, from 'which they nevrr fui lv recover, is the result. To get rii of a cold take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It is prompt and effectual. Adv. MID Sold at all good groc ers in 25, 50, and 100-lb. sacks. M. F. GONZALEZ CO. Use Our There's Garden Si pr?n 1 m