THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, MAKCH 9, 1919.
j RAIROAD SYSTEMS
I ADVICE OF ELLIOT
; I hcC oalgr. ooENSACOLAc ,. ... . !..
Chicago, March 8. Advocating an
j early return of the railroads to their
owners and the passage of constructive
legislation to enable their successful
private operation, Howard Elliott,
president of the Northern Pacific, ad
dressing a Chicago commercial: Club
tonight, presented data contracting
c- the railroad situation under private
-and government operation- He said
"i the Pennsylvania required nearly 40,
.;"D00 more employes to operate its lines
?5-n 1918 under government control than
1917 under private operation, although
,. the ton per mileage handled was less.
intv.flv ner cent. The board of
railroad wages and working conditions
agreed tentatively to hear their caxe
;4R AJLROAD SHOP
t.vt wAnw crrAT i?
Y"C" "Washington. March 8. Several Jinn
faired thousand railroad shop employes
. .have asked the railroad adminlstra
"'illon to increase - their wages about
BY TU LLY MARSH LL
In the original cast selected for tho
Kvr York nroduction in 1907 of Eu
gene Walter's famous play. -Paid in J
Full. which has been adapted for the i
screen with Pauline Frederick as the .
star and which will be shown at the j
Isis theatre today , Tully Marshall, ; a
popular Artcraft player, created the ;
role of the weakling husband of fmma j
Brooks, played by Pauline jrrenenc
in the screen version, and he presented
one of the most wonderful character
izations ever witnessed on the stage. -The
part played by Marshall on the
stage Is In the hands of Robert Cain.
Miss Frederick . has an unusually, ap
pealing role and she makes the most
of it The story has all the captivat
ing qualities which make . productions
of this character so potent a factor of
clean and wholesome amusement. Miss
Frederick Is supported by excellent
screen -'players, - .
fey, Dr. WELLSMAN
Cleaning the System of Poisons ,
"111 Life Is not merely to live, but to live
"Ten, eat well, digest well, work well,
sleep wen and finally and to some
people most essentially o look well,
i ''TThat a glorious condition to attain,
y&nd yet how very easy It Is If one will
; " 'wily adopt tike morning inside bath.
nTriT who are accustomed to feel
-iSull and heavy when they arise split---4nar
headache, stuffy from a cold, foul
Ath. naty tongue, acid -stomach,
instead, feel as fresh as a daisy
- ttT opening the slucles of the system
each morning and flushing out the
whole of the internal poisonous stag--"c
A. glass of hot water each morning
- wtth one-half laxcarln tablet with it,
'"before breakfast, keeps us looking and
whether ailing, sick, or
wall, should, each morning before
breakfast, drink a glass of real hot
; trater. and take one-half or on whole
. hucearln . with It. to wash from the
Tv .stomach, liver, kidneys and bowels the
previous day's Indigestible waste, sour
WW and poisonous toxins; thus
JLcleanslng, sweetening and , purifying
entire elimentary canal before
Fuerst & Kraemer Candies
Nyal Quality Remedies
TO CONSIDER WHEN YOU ARE SICK, WHO FILLS YOUR
. . Just thought it made no difference all drug stores were alike?
There is a difference, and we woulci like, to show you.
c Your PRERSCCRIPTIONS and DRUG ORDERS are filled here by
Registered GRADUATES IN PHARMACY.
' We also carry a complete line of PATENTS and DRUG SUNDRIES,
TOILET ARTICLES and SICK ROOM NEEDS, and solicit your patronage
OPEN SUNDAYS ALL DAY r
NEW PICTORIAL HISTORY WORM
WAR- Pershing's own story America s
Operations in France. Big book $4.7.'.
Surpasses ell war books. 30 illustration".
Big $2 outfit 60c. Roosevelt Memorial
Book, outfit 25c. Best terms. Llvest
house, Phillips Publishing Co.. Chicago,
Philadelphia, Atlanta. Address nearer
Pensacola Lodge 311.
Reg'jUr meetings first and third Fri
day each month. K. of P. hall.
J. N. Smith, Wm. P. Davis.
Recording Secretary. President
A7o7rQu,!cke11- Bi? rra- Calu 5tani- TIUI;,'
fornia Rosebeads. New stuff. Tre-men- nights for recular mitlMt Woiin
dous demand. Coining monov for Hustlers. Vi.il i is 5TvSSL St!.. fJI0??f.n
free. Mission Bead Co., 1315 - CLELITTI r
78 J. Z. NEVILLE, Jr.
Irola, Los Angeles, Calif.
AGBNTP Big prfits selling our "NVon
ler Gas Ll(fht"ni' no spark or friction
positively het ma-'c: quick sales. Writ
today. Moe Bros., Houth Nor walk. Conn
Kegular convocation of ML Horeb Chap
ter No. 6 iR. A. M.. Monrfav M.nK inth
eonA . f..A . . " : " - . vv
to.v i lot p. m. visiting companions fra-
WAR" Book C. S. BONACKER. H. P.
".NEGRO SOIDIKH TN
-n tains nmny pictures of eolorea T. T. TODD, Secretary,
trocn. Kvervbotlv buys. Agents mak- -
putting more food Into the stomach.
The action of. hot water an 3 lacarln is.
wonderfully Invigorating- It ' cleann
out all the sour fermentations, gases,
waste and acidity and gives one a
splendid appetite for breakfast. While
enjoying your'breakfast the hot water
and the laxcarln la i quletlyr extracting a
large volume of water from the blood
and getting ready for a thorough
flushing of all the Inside organs.
-The millions of people who are
bothered with constipation, bilious
ness, stomach trouble, rheumatism;
others who have sallow skins, blood
disorders and sickly complexions are
urged to"get a" box' of laxcarln, which
costs almost nothing, or If desired six f !
boxes which In the majority of cases) I
Is enough for the whole treatment. Is
sufficient to . make anyone a pro
nounced crank on the subject of In
- Laxcarln is sold by the Laxcarln
Products Co DepL' K-ll,' Pittsburg,
Penn. Price per box, one dollar, full
treatment six boxes,7' five ''dollars', will
be sent postpaid upon receipt of cash,
money orders or stamps. Substitutes
must be refused. adv. '
ITS A GOOD THING
WE HAVE IT
PHONE US YOUR NEEDS.
Iiik ?25 a d-ay: Big hit. Send 2.rc for
outfit tn nuMifhers. Jenkins Publishlns
i Co... Washington. I. C. 7905.
"AMERICAN'S WAR FOR HUMANITY." !
1 Complete History World's war. ?00
j paired, with nearly 100 magnlflcent plc
! ture. Retails 2.00. costs you $1.00. Some
I agents making over ,$20.00 per day. Pell
the- book the people want. Orders filled
i promptly. Credit if desired. Freight
paid. A 'so '.'Life of Roosevelt." same
! terms. Both outfits free to workers. Geo.
' O. Clows C, Philadelphia, Pa., or Sa
vannah, Ga. Address nearest o..ce.
WANTED Salesmen, with energy, who
wishes to considerably increase his
earnings with easy selling, staple pro
duct as sideline. Experience unneces
sary. If you mean business, wrltu
MOUNT VERNON PAINT AND . OIL.
CO.. Richmond. Va. 7202
-UNIOR ORDER UNITED AMERICAN
Pensacola CounclT. No. 85. Junior Order
united American Mechanics .meets sec
ond and fourth Fridays. 8 p. m.. rt
K. of p. halU 111 B. Intendenela St.. over
McHugh Store. Visiting brothers cor
P. P. DILLARD.
' Recording Secretary.
PENSACOLA LODGE. NO. 4. I. O. O. F.
Pensacola Lodge. No. , T. O. O. F..
meets every Thursday at T.I0 p. m. in
Ralford Hall, corner Baylen and Belmort
treetr. Visitors cordially invited.
m. w. pp:tersen. n. o.
t . S. MCOiAN. Recording Secretary.
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED Clean white rags for wipJog
machinery. Pensacola Journal office.
J SALESMAN Capable specialty man ' ff P
Florida. Staple line on NEW and EX-i
CEPTIONAL, terms. Vacancy now. At-!
'ONLY THE BEST"
;V " !,.. Druggist and Prescriptionist
212 South Palaf ox.
WANTED To buy one medium else fir
proof sfe. Address Buss & McCaskll!.
Barrlneau Park. Fla. 7853
I tractive commission contract $35.00 week i ,yyio ,DUY ,a nrse and wagon
ly for expenses. Miles F. Bixler Co.. 3410 t," ArnU worn. Aaaress "K," Koute A.
i far'lti Tlle.. "levelaiil. O.
r SPECIAL. MESSENGER SERVICE day O
night called for pjJ delivered prom pt-
Phone number 62.
.box 103. Pensacola, or call at Bowen's
store eight miles out Palafox street. S
WANTED "TO BUY second hand house
hold furniture. Phone 1851. i 791i
'i - , i iO -I'm
YOU'VE BEEN THINKING OF r
K STOP PAYING RENT OWN YOUR HOME
. Our plan makes it very easy for you
IP3NSACOLA HOME AND
WHEN HEALTH IS ATTAINABLE; SICKNSS IS CRIMINAL
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Second Floor Masonic Temple,
If you suffer from poor health because you think it unavoidable,
rou are making a mistake. Ninety per cent of all you people suffer
ing from chronic diseasea can be healthy If you really want to be.
To Do Well, You Must Be Well
With health as the sole foundation, many a man has built fame
and fortune. For lack of it many a budding: grenius has passed Into
oblivion. America Is full of half-fed, half-alive, half-successful peo
ple, any one of whom would be come a power in life with complete
health as a fundamental asset. ,
.MEN M gpeciai treatment fo Diseases of Men. both acute and chronic,
perfect lasting; cures. I have treated thousands of men throughout the
country. I do not patch up temporarily, but relieve permanently. A slight
trouble now may develop later to be serious. You may save time and
money by seeing me now... . ... .7? " -
rf . rWOMBN-I Buceessfuny cure diseases of women without operation by r
my scientific methods. They rapid y Improve from the beginning and when
once cured never return. Remember no operation.
1,mak "Pfclty of treating all diseases of the Rectum. Kidney, Blad
der, Prostrate Gland, Pelvis, or Sexual organs of men or women. I suc
cessfully treat Specific Blood poison and all private diseases of men and
women; also Nervousness, Weakness of Body or Brain. Loss of Energy.
f0 Weakness. Female Troubles, Including Menstrual Irregularities
and Weakening Discharges. I ACCEPT ONL.T CURABLE CASES.
- 1 Hours 9 to Wednesday and Saturday evenings 7 to 8 also Sundays.
to 1. 20 years practical experience. Graduate In medicine of leading
Stionefree Phone 706 pract ce ln Florida many other states. Consul-
Z ... ..,"; ; 20 YEARS SUCCESSFUL PRACTICE. "
ODKo tLDVDRldBSirdDRJE 0
W. E. Lazelle, Expert Piano
Tuner and Repairer. Player Pi
anos a Specialty. All work
guaranteed. Phona 204.
Anyone wishing Matzox and
Mustard Meal for the coming
holidays, please phone 615 not
later than Saturday.
WANTED To buy a three-burner gas
plate or small gas stove. Phone ISO.
214 West Gregory street. : 7858
WANTED Large flat-top desk;
drawers on both sides. State
condition and price. Desk, care
Journal. -.-v 6622
I hereby announce my candidacy for
me on ice 01 tity commissioner, subject
Primary and respectfullv solicit the vote
and support of all voters.
I D. GREEN.
I announce as City Commissioner, sub
ject to the tion of the coming city
I ieii utiauu priii.ary, ana solicit ine vote
a.nu nujiiuri ui a. ii voiera.
P. I. ROLLO.
; I announce as City commissioner,
subject to the action of the coming
city Democratic-' primtjy, and solicit
the vote and support of all voters.
J. HARVEY BAYL1SS.
GEO. H. H1NRICHS for re-election
City Commissioner. Your vote will be
There are some 12,000 differ
ent parts to the average piano.
To Keep this delicate mechan
ism in order, requires regular at
tention. Let us assist you; we
guarantee to please.
THE PIANO SHOP
Z. A. THOMAS, Manager.
18-20 East Garden Street.
WANTED Cook wanted.
rox . st. 783.
1901 N. Pala
THB PAUIOUVB CO. DESIRES THi
services of 4 nice ladles wor trieasant
work. Call on T. H. McGarrah. San Car
los Hotel, S to 10 o'clock, Monday morn
WA NTED An experienced middle aged
white woman as waitress. No other
need apply. Apply Immediately at Fried,
man's Cafe., corner Palaf ex nd Zarra-
Allen. Old Mill Inn.
WE WILL START YOU IN THH WANTED Good cook.
icraiiiiij5 anu UCUl$ uusiliesrs, lllLie C&P
Ital needed., big profits. Write for book
let. Ben-Vonder System, Dept., 678 Char
lotte, N. C 7896
Apply Mrs. Steve
. . . 7433
WANTED Wh!t and
colored help at
10 South Palaf ox Street.
AUCTION SALE.T : ; J AUCTION 8ALE; I- AUCTION SALE.
BY McMILLANi AUCTION CO. 5
The postponed sale at 1100 East Strong Street will be held Monday
The entire contents-of the 'residence
consisting of the following: Several
bed room sets, dining room set, jiving
room furniture, rugs, pictures, tables,
curtains, shades, ornaments, sideboard.
refrigerator, large, practically new gas
range with oven,, utensils, china, and
many, other things will be sold at auc
tion without limit.
Terms cash: No limit.
Take East Hill car get off at Jack
son ana inn ana walk north three
diocks. . - ,
cuyx-kr p. McMillan, n
ONE DOLLAR STARTS YOTJ IN" BUST- WANTED Experienced laay bookkeeper
NESS, selling "KRUSTY KORN KO: and stenographer: experience In lum
MOLDS." New-Novel-Practical-maKers per office preferred. Must write good
corn bread, resembling ears of com with "-na. Answer ln own handwriting. State
delicious crispy crust all around. Light.! xperln,ce &lv references, state salary
eisy to carry. Appeals instantly sells
on sight to ' every housewife. Big com
mission to men, women, discharged sol
diers. Territory going fast. Write to
day for wonderful proposition. Sidney
Hollow ware Co., Sidney, O.
IP YOU HAVE $2000 TO $3000 CASH
capital and wouid be interested in
opening an entirely new line of business
ln your locality which should net you
$10,000.00 to $1S,000.00 annually, write at
once for particulars. Mechanical Ma.
chine & Tool Works, 229 W. 52nd t. 7900
STENOGRAPHERS WANTED Register
with the employment department of the
Pin. Amttwtnttrt rAll.. Duix. Ml 4K4
7893, Brent Bldg. No charge. Positions wilt
WANTED bright, capable ladies to
travel, demonstrate and sell dealers.
$25.00 to $50.00 per week; railroad fare
paid. Write at once. Goodrich Dru
Co., Dept. 224, Omaha, Nebr. 7756
TPPtE MONEY GETTING SELF COT-!
LECTION letters for bad debts. Send
10 cents. Vaughan-Gill 70 Home BW",
Lonlwville. Kv. 7899
WANTED Experienced co'ore cham
bermaid and cleaners. Apply Miss Con
nor, Housekeeper, San Carlos HoteL 7479
To obtain perfect carbon copies use
MULTIKOPY; it will give clear, clean-cut,
and legible copies that will reflect the per
fection of your original letters.
Let us know your requirements and our
. salesman will gladly call with samples.
MAYES PRINTDSTG COMPi
17-19 West Government Street. Phone
DAILY AND SUNDAY
W A MTTRr) 100 B0YS DAILY AND 200 BOYS SUNDAYS
W AlN 1 TO MAKE FROM 50 CENTS TO C5 PER DAY.
SEE CIRCULATION MANAGER ANY MORNING, 5 O'CLOCK.
ARTESIAN WELLS Win put ln weDa
4 to 20 inches diameter, any dpeth. and
rnarantee water. Write for foil informa
tion. Orny Artesian Well Co.. P. O. Box
WANTED TO RENT
WANTET Three or four iinfur"Hh1
rooms, in good neighborhood. 217 H.
Gregory. . : - 7823
DANCING TAUGHT, at 206 West Ore.
ory street, jror Information, phone 27.
Children's class Tuesday and Friday
COMPANY. Phone 334. Haul
injr. packingr, storiiur.
FNEOTIATE T fi andm
ye&r loans on improved faraa
in Escambia and Santa Bosa
Counties, Florida, and Baldwin
and Monroe Counties, Alabama,
at reasonable rates. Money
A. C. BINKLEY,
601-2 American National Bank
ready when title perfected.
DUMOIT 2 in.,
PEER 25s in. . ,
THE OVAL BUTTONHOLE '
Notice Is hereby given tnat Mrs. Annie
I Beck, purchaser of Certificate No. 194.
dated September 5th, 1910. haa filed Bald
certincate in my o..ce and has made ap
plication for tax deed to Issue in accord
ance with law. Said certificate em
braces the following descrbed property,
situated In Escambia County, Florida,
to-wit: N. E. 1-4 of S. E. 1-4 of S. E.
1-4, Section 6, Township B North, Range
The said land being assessed at the
date of the Issuance of such certificate
in the name of R. F. Beck.
Unless said certificate shall be redeem
ed according to law, tax deed will issue
thereon on the 23rd day .of March, A. D.;
(Seal) Clerk Circuit Court.
OCOEST BRAND IN AMERICS
Sealed proposals for furnishing uni
forms for the police and fire departments
of the City of Pensacola will be received
by the Board of Commissioners at the
City hall up to 2 o'clock p. m., Monday,'
March 17, 1919. Proposals to be addressed
to j. . walker, clerk. - ana ; enaorsea
"Propsala for Uniforms."
Specifications end blank form of pro
posal maybe obtained by application to'
the city clerk. The right Is, reserved to
reject any or all bids, or to award the
uniforms for the police department and'
the fire department to different bidders.
J. O. WALKER,
March , 1919. Cltjr Clerk.
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