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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 2, 1919.
r DO YOU KNOW That wc are selling Puritan Paint that would cost us now ?3.25 per gallon for $2.85. Why? So that we can clean out and stock and put in a new line of paint the same brand as that carried by our other store. It will pay you to investigate this. See Our Window. ay9s Corner hardware PHONES 30-35. Half of French Army Lost $ ! 1,500,009 killed in battle and an equal number seriously wounded is the ! enormous sacrifice of France In the ! world war. Thirf constituted about j half the men she put into the field a j larger ratio or her ib.uuu.uuu popula tion than any other nation gave. America owes France a large debt of gratitude for this heroic outpouring c. her life's blood that liberty might live, jand also to the peasants of Franco j who discovered a perfect remedy for i stomach, liver and Intestinal ailments which is reported to have relieved in . calcuiablf suffering, prevented many ! surgical operations and saved thou j sands of lives. Geo. H. Mayr, a leading jChicago chemist, imports the ingred ients and sl!s this remedy in America under the name of Mayr's Wonderful ; Remedy. It is a simple, harmless i preparation that removes the catarrhal j mucus from the intestinal tract and ; allays the inflammation which causes practically all stomach, liver and in testinal ailments, including appendlci ! tis. One does will convince or money i refunded. Crystal Pharmacy and druggists everywhere. adv. FEL0 M'ALLISTER j the greatest favour at present. How j ever, some designers says that full j circular tunics and skirts will be I worn. Simple straight lines with the t P YOUR SICK CHILD GOHSTIPATEO! LOOK AT TONGUE Hurry, Mother! Remove poisons from little stomach, liver, bowels. 1 Give "California Syrup of Figs if croiss, bilious or feverish. Ofl Tn February "Vogue" we find the following suggesfions which will be "helpful in the replenishing of our "peace" springtime wardrobe: . The American woman has never Vjuite given up her perference for the tailored suit. She, accepted the one ;piece dress and the topcoat for what they were war-time fashions, and. to a certain extent, has laid them aside with the signing of the armistice. In Paris, too, suits arc row being much iGuredHisRUPTURE , t was badly ruptured while lifting a ,trunk several years ago. Doctors said my only hope of cure was an operation. Trusses did me no good. Finally I got Tiold of t-omething that quickly mil com pletely cured me. Years have passed and the rupture lias never returned. There was no operation, no lost time, no trou ble. I have nothinjr to sell, but will give "full information about how you may find 'a complete cure without operation. It you write to me, Eugene M. Pullen. Car penter, 71-E Marcelms Avenue, Manas quan, N. J. Better cut out this notice and show it to any others who are rup "tured you may save a life or at least .stop the misery of rupture and the 'vorry and danger of an operation. Adv. worn by the fashionable women, and every early collection shows at least half a dozen suits. These early indi cations point to the fact that suits will undoubtedly surpass the one piece dress and coat in popularity. This means the return of the blouse, a fashion which has many advantages. There is no collar or neckline that can equal the freshness and chic that a pretty blouse lends to a costume. The thin blouse is a particularly appro praite style for spring, especially the type of the new models, trimmed with ruffles and frills. There will be no distinct change in materials, since, as yet. very few new fabrics have been made. A little of everything is seen gabardine, trico tine. serge, tweed, homespun, and broadcloth. Later on we shall be in terested in seeing silk suits, as well as suits made up in the various American fabrics that are composed of Flk and wool with a predominance of silk. Many new colors will be seen this spring and there will be a wi der variety to choose from than in the recent past. The new silhouette is a matter that Is uppermost in the minds of the de signers at the moment. There are three entirely different lines that may be followed, and each is prom ising, the sheath skirt or that line that hugs the figure at the back with fulness in the front, seems to meet the hips are still another style that persists in coming over. Bright colors are coming back and for spring and summer they aro very welcome Soft dull shades of almost every color are seen in the new top j coats. The loose movement from the j waist line up is particularly smart this season, especially when the skirt outlines the figure. The belted suit coat with a waist coat is one of the styles that will I stay with us. The finger tip length j will probably be the length that will t last throughout the summer. A stun j ning suit is shown in sand coloured i tricotine with a fine white pique j waistcoat and a black patent leather belt. The coat is slim, straight and ! belted at the natural waist. It has Felo McAllister, for many years a well-known citizen of Pensacola, has announced his candidacy for the of fice of city commissioner in the com ing Democratic primary. Mr. McAllister advocates a business j administration and says that he is not the candidate of any faction or clique, but is running as a citizen and tax l:iyor. who has the best interests of j the city at heart. no collar or fastening arrangement, o Luck for Him This child won't play or smile. He is real sick. His tongue is white, breath feverish, stomach sour. He fears he is in for a dose of awful castor oil, cal omel or pills. How he hates them. He would rather remain sick. No! He won't tell mother! If his mother would only learn the value of candy Cascarets.' How children love this candy cathartic how surely it acts on liver and bowels. i. j but is held in place by the belt. I Loops of the material fold back over the front of the coat and but j ton with black bone buttons, giving J a pocket effect. The skirt, which is a trifle full over the hips at either j side, gives ever so slight a suggest j ion of the barrel line. Around the , bottom it hugs the ankles tightly. A number of designs from Paris have come to us in black and white ! combinations or in grey and black, which is the smartest of all. A three-quarter length coat of straight j and slim silhouette is shown in one j model and is made of a dark grey mixture. The collar and an edging I which forms a trimminga are in j darker grey mixture and are stitched ! onto the main part of the coat. The model is fastened with one button at the side and is lined with a black and white plaid wool material. The skirt which is finely pleated, is in the same plaid wool material. The costume is particulaly smart for walking, motor ing, or for country wear. Clothes of this type need not be reserved for the country alone for they will be worn a great deal in town this spring A particularly smart tarn o'shanter hat that combines black aun ana ouve green straw in a most unusual way is also shown. The shape itself is stiff, although it fol lows' the loose Imes used in the poilu cap. A pearl pin irims the front. This is an excellent first hat to bo worn with the tailor-made suit for spring. Joffre bluo Japanese straw is used in a hat and bag to match. They are trimmed most attractively with patches of Tndian print embroidered in colured threads and leaves. The small turban shape in the straw has two wing-like patches of print at either side, Kiving a slightly military suggestion. The straw bag has a flap of the Indian print finished with an Oriental tassel in br!ght colours. It hangs on the arm from a jade brace let. One of the new wide-brim sailors for spring is shown in a brilliant pur ple. This hat is perfectly round with a round medium-high crown. A band of purple velvet ribbon encircles it and ends in a stiff aeroplane bow at the front. Tweeds and homespuns are shown in many of the simple tailored suits for country wear. In the model at the lower left on this page, a dark grey mixture is trimmed with black stitching. The deep shawl collar, which is a new feature of many of the tailored suits, continues around the edge of the coat, forming pockets iit cither side. .u mU " rtu" CASES ALIKE Dr. ewervmb, a famous specialist, who was called from civil practice by the Government to help fifrht the dread ed disease, inlluenza, wa.s stationed at Camp Iix, where, it is said, men died by the score every day. He states that after many post inorteuis the many physicians agreed that hardly two cases were handled alike. At this writing no certain cure has been found for influenza. All one can do is be careful and at the tirst sign headache, backache, achlnsr joints, that tired, listless (grippy) feeling and bad cold is to take Plank's Chill Tonic in moderate doses for a few days and in connection use Plank's Eucalyptus Oil Jrray to sterilize the throat and nasal pass aeres. Both can be bad without trouble at J'Our druggist and general stores, 25 and 50 cents. For many years Plank's Chill Tonic has been a favorite house hold remedy and during the last epi demic it was undoubtedly the means of saving many lives in cases where doc tors and nurses could not be had. Man ufactured only by the Tropical Co-operative Company, Manufacturing Phar macists, Jacksonville. Fla adv. NOTHING SO DELICIOUS AS CORN BREAD OR MUFFINS 5 . .Especially if they are made from GONZALEZ'S CORN MEAL v Tender, sweet southern corn holds ;Coi5T, s4 . - - u - r -to i I all its delicious flavor and substantial I wholesomeness the way we g'rind it. I Ground fresh everv dav at Penscaola. iSJ ,u Put up in 25, 50 and 100 pound sacks t XtzSS which you can cret at your grocery. M. F. GONZALEZ CO. 'CTAX SAYTNOS STAMPS IJS UED BY TUB UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT ft i ANNOUNCEMENT "The Home of Good Service" OPEN ALL, NIGHT 214 South Palafox Street No matter what ails your child, a gentle, thorough laxative should al ways be the first treatment given. If your little one is out-of-sorts, jalf sick, isn't resting, eating and act ing naturally look, mother: see if tongue is coated. This is a sure sign that the little stomach, liver and bowels are clogged with waste. When cross, irritable, feverish. stomach sour, breath bad or has stomach-ache, diarrhoea, sore throat, full of cold, give a teaspoonful of "California Syrup of Figs," and in a few hour9 all the constipated poison, undigested Tood and sour bi'.e gently moves out 3f the little bowels without griping, and you have a well, playful fti'id igain. Mothers can rest easy after giving this harmless "fruit laxative," because It never fails to cleanse thf ITttle one's liver and bowels and sweeten the stomach and they dearly love Us pleasant itaste. Full directions for ba bies, children of all ages and or jrown-ups printed on each bottle. : Bewarj of counterfeit Sig syrups.' sk yn r druggist for a bottle of. "CalifoJ! a Syrup of Fig," then see? that it is made by the "California Fig Byrup Company." Adv. Save Your Hair Combings and have them made up into a nice hair MRS. NORDSTROM'S. MILLINERY. 120 South Palafox Street. We have our beautiful larg-e line of the world's best Spring suiting's on display, and are ready to take your measure now for that Spring- Suit, tailor ed in the latest style to fit you. Delivery anytime you say. Try us for results. IS KING TAILORING CO, 30 South Palafox Street : TO MOTHERS! Each tea cent box of Cascarets contains full direc tions for dose for children aed one year old and upwards. Nothing else V works' the nasty bile, sour fermentations and constipation poison from he tender little bowels so gently, yet so thoroughly. Even cross, fever ish, bilious children gladly take Cascarets without being coaxed. Cascarets taste just like candy. Cascarets never gripe, never sicken, never injure, but above alt, they never disappoint the worried mother. Now Can R ealiy See Before she wore the glasses prescribed by us she only thought she could see; she was seeing thing's and people wrong. At last she has perfect sight through the aid of our man-made eyes, the correct lenses for her condition. You can bo helped by us in the samo way. tngra tical Company We Understand Eves and Grind Our Own Lenses. 1 B T'j7rrvr.r!r: gAy.rwCTMffua, wins y.H'g.vk'j Ttim.il zAssssn i 1 SPECIAL SUNDA Y DINNER j i i ! $1.00 i B. & B. CAFE ! NOTICE. Our stcre will Te closed until further notice on account of continued sickness I ui tamily. J. E. DUBISSOIIN & BRO. -.t- a MEYER SHOE CO. Pensaeola's Popular Shoe Store Palafox and Romana Sis. r TOAST YOUR SHINS WITH OUR SPLIT GET RIGHT AND STAY RIGHT! m Deliveries Promptly Made. Single Load $2.00. Double Load $3.60 STEARNS LUMBER & EXPORT CO. Phone 1313. MARSTON & QUINA West FtwJa's Otdes-: ryrnltura .VcKEE REFRIGERATORS. GLOSS WERNICKE eCOK CASES AND OFFICE FURNITURE YALE BICYCLES I For Cash or Credit T. T. WENTWORTH. Jr ! Cor. Belmont and Davis Streets ! HUGHEYS REST AURAN SUNDAY, FEBRUAY 2, 1919. DINNER 12 M. to 3 F. M. RELISH Oyster Took fail SOUP Cram of f"Wv FISH Bailed Hod Snapper. Ega S'-rp ROAST Young Tennessee Turkey with Dro VEGETABLES Baked Macaroni with Che?e O'Brien Potatoes. Sugar Com SALAD Combination DESSERTS Ice Cream with Lemon Meringue Cake BEVERAGES Coffee Tea or Milk 75c J K fry v7l ..i.,,.., I n. i . ii -r-n v j i i " 1 i ' i n j , i ' p i 1 . " ! i ; ; i ; ; ; ; ; " " Trry 'Moments are far t" valuable today to b j wasted or misspent. Fully one-half 'f the tim: you now devote to ironing ",vjth old stovi'-hoatff' s nd -irons is a sh.-or loss. This a: iv .:m' of i.'m -Hd easily b ,.v- d -.: :or urgont 'v-uso-v-ld re-on-p av-nt ; by u 'iuc an tw.fi. iron In addition, an Kle'-tri'- Iron will do better work for you will save ynjr rlothcs, line:::, doilies, etc. will elimi nate r.cedbvs tran"-r.ii;g .ii- ;:' will rivtirh dirt and muss will safe fu ! and expanse. Thousands nt Ele-t i-a- I ror, x .'! he us'I tiiis vear because :f hojr "fvi -'-aliiiity. Buj one nov. 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