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Fall Clothing for the . Little Gents Children's Suits ; fa Fancy Mixtures and Corduroy Price, $6.00 to $00 Children's Overcoats ; In Fancy Mixtures and Corduroy Price, $5.00 to $10.00 Child's Sailor Suits ' fn Blue Serge Long Trousers I Price, $12.00 Ira Boys' Suits latest Fall Models, in Serges End Nobby Mixtures. Price, $6.00 to $16.50 TO ALLEHBY J N. E. A. Special.) London, Nov. 11. For a day and night before General Allenby's cavalry shot forward in Palestine, not oae Turkish plane was able to make a single observation. The work of the British' flyers was so complete that the Turk planes were literlly pinned to the ground be hind their own lines. Starting with the night of the 18th of September the Turks' principal air drome of Jenin was peppered with bombs. Then on the 10th fast machines In pairs, each carrying a number of 20- pound bombs, "sat" over Jenin all day. Each pair of machines was relieved at pre-arranged intervals. And all "day the slightest movement below brought a bomb crashing about the Turks so that they were unable to get a single machine up for observa tion. As each machine was relieved he zoomed down on the way back and sprayed the hangars with machine gun bullets further terrorizing the Turks. The work of the fliers thus con tributed largely to the surprise which made possible the most remarkable "roundup" in history. r mm :!sf?- I " ik... IL, M Boys' Overcoats In Corduroy and Fancy Mix tures. The Coat that makes the boy look and feel like a little man. Price, $5.00 to $20.00 i Boys' Mackinaws 'n Corduroy and Fancy Mixtures Price, $8.50 and $10.00 Every Day PATRONfi: THE EMPIRE HI . in ! , xW H4 UN DRY CLEANING PRESSING - Phone 322 Pensacola Launch & Ma chine Co. W!LLARD SERVICE STATION WILLARD 8TORAGE BATTERIES AND REPAIRS OF ALU MAKES BATTERIES TWO SETS MARINE WAYS MA CHINE SHOP IN CONNECTION. DR. LIVINGSTONK- .. THE SPECIALIST . What I Say I'll Do. I Will Do, Second Floor. Masonic Tom, Penaacela. WEST FLORIDA TOWNS CELEBRATE RETURN OF PEACE On receipt or news of the signing of the armistice by Germany, The Journal wired a number of the West Florida papers. In larianna, immediately on re ceipt of the news handbills were printed and distributed throughout the city, so unique and evidencing such patriotism that The Journal re produces one of them, which was later mailed this office : WAR ENDED The following telegram received here early this morning says: "Pensacola, 6:15 a. m., Nov. H. TIMES-COURIER, Marianna. WorM vvar ended. Armistice signe. Hostilities ceased 6:00 o'clock this morning. (Signed) PENSACOLA JOURNAL." In of this fact it is earnestly reque. a tnat every patriotic citizen, for tLw time, close their business i JML, m Retinu. of Sea Nymphs, Appoarin g in the -Nw Wm. Fox Spectacle, Queen of the Se," Showing Annette Kellerman at the leis Today and Tomorrow. - fjctue, buspena worK or every nature, April l ............ 41839 24.629 and all meet on- Main " street at 4 Th rncin t-,-i. r;r-m o clock this afternoon and let's have a . r . GENERAL CELEBRATION This war has affected every citizen and enterprise in Jackson county and its ending means much to all of.us, so let's honor the American soldiers. J. C. DAVIS, Chairman City Council. The following reply was received from W. O. Keeling, editor Marianna Times-Courier: "Thanks for your message, ttur town has gone wi?o and is celebrat ing." From Bloi nltown the following message was received: -Wire received. Accept thanks. Please favor U3 with any additional news, uiountstown is now ceieDrai Ing." L STORES PENSACOLA MARKET. Pensacola, Fla., Nov. 12, 1918. The spirit market was firm at 74 with sales of 157 casks. Receipts Casks Today 9 This month 655 This season 22,304 Shipments, Casks - Today 143 This month 1,127 This season ........... 26,867 Slocks Casks Today 37,276 Last Year 398 2,021 44,566 . 28G 1,310 28,555 41,670 sales of 296 barrels Receipts Barrels - , . ' Las Year loaay, 399 2,282 mis month. 2.070 8.106 This season 70,133 -139,720 Shipments Barrels Today 450 mis month 3,992 7,136 i nis season ........... 100,402 132,711 ' Stocks Barrels Quotations wre as follows: - v. Close A. WW WG N ., M . K 16.02 1 15.07 Cm e 16.77 16.52 16.27 16.12 lo.OO ..... 14.95 14.80 V.... 14.75 14.75 14.75 SAVANNAH NAVAL STORES Savannah, Ga., Nov. 12, 1918. The spirit market was firm at 72 1-4 with sales of 247 casks. .. . Receipt Casks. F E D B 199 Last Year 458 DRUGGISTS STILL ASKED TO CONSERVE STOCKS OF VAPORUB NEEDED IN "FLU" DISTRICTS Influenza Epidemic is Decreasing in Most Sections and The De mand is Slackening But We Are Still 18,000 Gross Behind On Orders and It Will Take Some Time To Catch Up. THREE MILLIONJARS SHIPPED DURING OCTOBER EVERLASTING Fabrics Company 106 South Palafox TO RELIEVE INDiuESTION OR DYS PEPSIA, TAKE A Dyspepsia Tablet Before and Aft. Z3 er Each Meal 25 Cents Box THE CRYSTAL, PHARMACY CAPT. BENNIE EDMtJNDSON LAUNCHES TO RENT TELEPHONE 204 On Monday, October 21, we ad dressed an advertisement to , tne wholesale and retail drug trade, ad vising that we were badly oversold, due to the influenza epidemic, stat ing that all deals and quantity ship ments were postponed, and request ing that VapoRub be purchased in small lots only. This condition still prevails. At this writing we have back or ders for eighteen ' thousand (18,000) gross and our orders each day are double our daily output. Teh epi- i demic, however, is decreasing in most . . . . . . sections, the aemani is siacKening ana we are working night and day to catch up. In the meantime, we ask the trade to be patient with us. ENORMOUS SHIPMENTS HAVE WIPED ITS INFLUENZA DISTRICTS. On October 1st we had on hasd at the factory and in twenty warehouses over the country a tremendous stock of VapoRub, accumulated during the summer months. This Is now gone we actually shipped during- the month of October over three million jars of VapoRub. We are speeding up our factory as much as possible and the problem now is to distribute the fac tory's output as quicly as possible: "We have, therefore, for the time be ing, abandoned freight shipments and are shipping either by Parcel Post or express trying to give each jobber at least a little stock. IMMEDIATE SHIPMENTS TO DRUG GISTS IN INFLUENZA DISTRICTS. Preference is being given to those sections stricken bj influenza. In or der to reach these sections as quickly as can be, we are, during this emer gency, making shipments by Parcel Post, driect, to the retail trade of not more than three (3) dozen 30c size in any one shipment. We prefer that the jobbers order these shipments for their trade but to save time we will, If the need is urgent, ship direct on receipt of check or money order. Na turally, no new accounts can be open ed during this rush. SAMPLES AND INFLUENZA BOOK FREE ON REQUEST We have1 prepared a little folder giving all the information available so far on Spanish influenza its origin , the symptoms and the treatment, and these will be forwarded to drug gists on reuest. We will also be glad to mail to any individual one of these booklets, together with a quarter ounce sample, free. HOW TO USE VAPORUB IN TREAT j, IN SPANSIH INFLUENZA. In every case call a physician VapoRub should be used only in con nection with the physician's internal treatment. Apply hot, wet cloths over the throat, chest and back between the shoulder blades to open the pores Dry lightly and rub VapoRub well in until the skin is red spread on thick ly and cover with hot flannel cloths. Leave the bed-covering loose around the neck as the body heat releases the ingredients in the form of vapor. These vapors, inahled with each breath, stimulate the lining of the air . passages to throw off the influ enza germs.: In case of head or chest cold, which often accompanies influ enza, the vapors tend to keep the air passages open, loosen the phlegm and make the breathing easier. In addi tion, VapoRub is absorbed through and stimulates the skin, attracting the blood to the surface, and thus aids in relieving -he congestion within. HOW TO USE VICK'S VAPORUB AS A PREVENTIVE It is questionable if there is any thing which will prevent-Spanish in fluenza, except avoiding those per sons who are' - spreading the disease by coughing, sneezing . and spitting, and by keeping up the bodily resist ance by plenty of good food and exer cise In the open air. The Public Health Service recommends that the nasal passages be coated with a .weak solution of Menthol in liuid petroleum as a protective. For this purpose VapoRub is excellent. Just put a. small portion up each nostril from time to time during the day and snuff well back into the head. KEEP FREE FROM COLDS BY INHAL ING VAPORUB Colds irritate the lining of -the air passages and thus render them a much better breading place for the germs. At the first signs of a cold usa Vapo Rub at once." Melt a little in a spoon and inhale, the vapors arising, or VapoRub can be used in a regular benzoin steam ketle, such as most druggists carry In . stock. If this is not available, a very good substitute to use is an ordinary tea-kettle. Fill half full of. boiling water put in half a teaspoon of VapoRub -from time to time keep the kettle just slowly , boil ing and inhale the steam arising. 70,603 ', 115 59,958 23,753 Today This month . This season 35.303 Shipments Caks. Today 7 This month ..... . This season 29,537 Stocks Casks. Today 3,099 April 1 ...... ...... 24,293 11,169 ine rosin market was firm with sales of 531 barrels. Receipts Barrels. , . ' . Last Tear loaay 1,642 1,582 'lnis month This season ........ . . .131,597 229,894 Shipments ; Barrels. loaay 80 . 1,255 inis montn This season t . . . 160,666 263,761 Stocks Barrels. Today,.. 67,644 ; 76,822 April 1st .... . 96,263 103,456 guotationa were as follows: , Close WW . WG .. N .... WOMAN DIVES 85 FEET Cable is Cut Behind Her as . Sh Walks From Tower to Mainland. Even realism isn't enough" these aays, according to Annette Keller- man, the internationally famous woman - swimmer. They wanted realism recently In a . picture In which I was starred, she explained, "and so they stretched a cable from a tower on a point of land, arcoss an arm of the sea, to the mainland oppoaite. Then they . In duced me to get on the wire while someone chopped It near the tower end and plunged me into the eighty five feet of spaec between my starting point and the water. I did the stunt "The the dray I was wltnesing a private showing of the production. A party of women were present who did not know me, and I overheard one of them remark, knowingly: 'Oh, that isn't real! It couldn't be! They must a used a dummy,' I didn't remain to see the rest of the picture. What was the use, after that?" The thrilling dive which Miss Kel lerman made is shown in the newest William Fox submarine snectacle Queen of the Sea,", which is booked for the Isis Treatre today and To morrow. . M K I H G F E D B 16.50 16.25 16.00 15.83 15.75 15.25 13.00 14.90 14.80 14.75 14.75 14.75 JACKSONVILLE MARKET. Jacksonville, Fla., Nov. 12. 1918.-- The spirit market was firm at 72 with sales of 83 casks. Receipts Casks. . -. Las Tear 295 360 THE VICK CHEMICAL COMPANY GREENSBORO, N. C. Today ............... This month ........... This season ........... 58,296 .104,674 - Shipments Casks. Today ... 300 100 This month , This season ........... 57,876 80,954 Stocks Casks Today ...... 57.641 53521 April 1 57,219 29,511 The rosin market was firm with sales of 567 barrels. Receipts Barrels. Last Year Today 1,200 878 This month ............ This season ............189,247 305,565 Shipments Barrels. Today 800 163 This month This season 236,697 317,875 Stocks Barrels. Today ..... l.T0,796 144,796 April 1st 178,236 157,106 Quotations were as follows Close X 16.75 WW ,16.75 WG 16.50 N .V 16.25 M miu K i if.oo I ............ 15.10 CLOTHES VERSUS LOVE PROBLEM IN METRO PLAY Which would tip the scale in your estimation, prelly clothes, or Iov? Such is the problem before beautiful Virginia Parke in the clever Metro play, "A Pair of Cupids,", which will be shown at the Bonita today. In this clever comedy drama Bev erly Bayne and - Francis X.' Bushman are seen ; in some of their best work. Both these popular stars have roles to their liking and bring out the de cided lights and shades of their each indivdiual - role to perfection. How a girl whose mind . has been occupied all her young life with frivolous things so that the young man considers her nothing but a scatter-brain whom he will not take seriously. Is ' clev erly played by Beverly Bayne, while Peter is the "slave-to-business type of young American who subordinates every other consideration to the great god, "Work." - The picture is one that will draw on both the sympathy and humor of the beholder and is a delightful even ing's entertainment. (I KeDDetrDuDsiini I I AND A RETINUE OF 2.000 BEAUTIFUL MERMAIDS 1 ; I DISPLAYING SHAPELY FEMININE CHARMS AND I Sl MARVELOUS AQUATIC SKILL IN I ,0?" Hundred of Thrills and 10 Reasons Why You Shoulc See This Wonderful Attraction. 2,000 Daintily Clad Species of Fem!nln Beauty, and 1Annette Kellerman's 85-foot dive from a cable Into the sea. 2 Swimmer's lif.anddeath battle In the boll. ing surt. 3 Heroic rescues of men from ship afire In mid. ocean. 4 Tremendout storm that batter vessel to pieces. 5 Desperate fight la sea cavern with balls of tire as weapom 6 Heroine's miraculous escape from death under revolvinj knives, . . . 7 Chained woman attacked by ferrets In the dungecn the screen villain. 8 Terrific combat beneath tho waves between mermaldj and sirens. 9 Girl's amazing fall from tho clouds Into the yawnlt; ocean. 10 Sword conflict In the dark between dismounted cavalry forces. A Photo Play for Grown-Ups. A Masterpiece of Film Craft A Riot of Beauty, Feminine Chora and Thrilling Story Musically Synchronized bv . REILLY'S ISIS ORCHESTRA TODAY TOMORROW 2 DAYS 2 Admission Children; 10c Adults 25c Plus War Tax GIRL IS STRUCK BY REMICn AUTO Tho little daughter of Mrs. Stella Cendon. 20S South DeVillcr street, was struck and seriously injured yes terday afternoon by an auto driven by J. J. Remich, according to a police report. The : driver was arrested at 2:30 o'clock and charged with reckless driving. The accident occured at the corner of DeVillers and Intendencia streets. GIRLS! BEAUTIFY OB 111 AD STOP DANDRUFF Hair Becomes Charming:, Wavy, Lustrous and Thick in ' Few Moments. Every Bit of DandruiT Disap pears and Hair Stops Coming: Out. TODAY 4 .tAVtffcfti Could You Love a Social Butter, r- Lggg; 1 1 JT TVIIVOV Will " w. Clothes and a Poodle Dog? SEE ' FRANCIS X. BUSHMAN -an BEVERLY BAYNE in "A PAIR OF CUPIDS' -TOMORROW- Pauline Frederick in "The Final Reckoning' 25251 NO QUININE THIS GOLD CURE Pape's Cold Compound" Ends ... Colds and Grippe in a Few Hours. H o p" E D B' ' 15.00 15.95 14.85 ,14.75 14.75 14.75 DROPSY SPECIALIST ,. Usually rae rottoC entirely reltorod many aeemlngly hopelea" Swelling ao4 short - breatli soon rone. Often frea) tiro relief In 16 to W dare. Trial treatment 3t KKKK. TR. THOMAS a SUCCESSOR T ODIt-H - OBKENS TONS. Ba Chatsworth. sv . ( 1 For a few cents you can save your hair. In les than ten minutes you can double its beauty. Your hair becomes light, wavy, fluffy, abundant and ap pears as soft, lustrous and charming as a young girl's after applying some Danderine. Also try this moisten a cloth with a little Danderine and care fully draw it through your hair, tak ing one smal strand at a time. This will cleanse the hair of dust, dirt or excessive oil, and in just a few mo ments you have doubled the beauty of your, . hair. A , delightful surprise awaits - those whose hair has been neglected or Is scraggy, faded, dry, brittle or thin. Besidss beautifying the hair, , Danderine dissolves every particle of. dandruff, ; cleanses, purifies and i invigorates the scalp. forever stopping itching and falling hair, but what will please you most will be after- a few weeks' use, when you 1 see new ; hair fine, and downy at first yes but, really; new hair growing all over thelscalp. If you care for pretty, soft hair, and lots of it, surely get a small bottle . of . Knowl ton's Danderine from -any drug store or toilet counter and just try it. Adv. .-: " Take "Pape's Cold Compound" every two hours until you have taken three doses, then all grippe -misery goes and our ; cold will be broken. It promptly opens your clogged-up nostrils and air passages of the head; stops nasty dis charge or nose running; relieves the headache, dullness, feverishness, sore throat, sneezing, soreness . and stiff ness. Don't stay stuffed-up! Quit blowing and snuffing. Ease your throbbing head nothing else in the world gives such prompt relief as "Pape's Cold Compound, which costs only a few cents at any drug store. It atvis with out assistance, tastes nice and causes no inconvenience. Accept no substi tute. Adv. SODA SAVES LIVES OF MUSTARD GAS VICTIMS N. E. A. Special.) Paris, Nov. 12. Miss Bernetta Mil ler of New "fork gave first aid to sev eral soldiers suffering from mustanl gas by dipping her hands into soda, to render her immune to burns, ani getting to work without waiting for gloves. Her promptness, physin'.ini said,; saved the soldiers' lives. Miss Miller is a Y. M. C. A. worker ani a former reporter, in New York. If you have anything to sell, rent o? buy ; or want to buy or rent, try a "Want Ad" in The Journal. We Furnish the Home Complete URNnUhC COM.-ie.NT BREAD, ROLLS, PIES, CAKES, COFFEE CAKE BENNETT'S -BAKERY 426 West Belmont Street Phone 315 "Quality Goods Only" NEW ARRIVALS! Fresh Shipments Just Received tBaOOardl's BaacCiwIhieatI: OFIour tBaODawfl's tParocaOie tfOour THE LEWIS BEAR CO. Wholesale Distributors AT KEYSER AUDITORIUM Another of those SemijWeekly Dances that have Done More to Amuse the Lovers of Dancihff in , Pensacola Than Can Be Wondered ! Asli the Sammies! iSeetfor Vcarsoll! GokIo 35c, Including war tax EUKALEE PAYTON'S NAVAL AIR STATION JAZZ BAND. Ladies FREE!