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THE PENSACOIiA JOUKNAIi WEDNESDAY MORNING. APRIL 30, 1919.
LIFT OFF COWS! Watson, Parker & Reese Co. Everything to Wear Apply few drops then lift sore touchy corns off with ficyrs No pain! Ml Price Sale, oi jursnsr? Letter to Tho cszt t&nd i T7est Philadelphia. Pa.' I tci Lydia E. Pinkham'a WreUtia Coa- pounaiornYemontns before my baby was born aciutasmada tzm rznh better in kxsla. I was always very in when my other children were tern, bat with this cae I had a much eacier tine. lie is a tis healthy boy now, three years old, and I beliere it was Lya H Pinkham's Vegetable Compound that made me so welL It is certainly a cod medicine for every woman. I cannot say too much in its favor, and yon may publish my testimonial. "Mr. W. PmixiFS, 64C0 Kingsessinsr Avenue, West Phila., Pa. ' The reason that thousands of women from all plrtsof the country write such letters is CzzZ this famous old root and herb rcneiy, LydlaE. Pfcskham's Vege table Compound, has brocht health and bxppiness into their U res, once bur dened with pain and illness. . For special advice in regard to such ailments write Lydia XL Pmkham Med icine Co., Lynn, Uses. The result of its many years experience is at your service, r : , - - -.v'. BY HERBERT FELKEL. Tallahassee. April 29. Nothing since the 1919 , session began has created more interest than the two bills intro duced by Representatives Watson and Marshall, of Dade and Broward coun ties, amending the acts creating the Southern and Broward Drainage dis tricts lying in Broward and Dade coun ties. , The two measures, alike except u to the names of 'the districts and the land descriptions, were introduced or Friday and were referred to the t Doesn't hurt a bit! Drop little Freesone on an aching corn, Instantly, that corn stops hurting, then you lift it right out. Yes, magief. A tiny bottle of Freesone costs but a few cents at any drug store, but is suQ cient to remove every hard corn, soft corn, or corn between the' toes, and the calluses, without soreness or irritation. Freesone is the sensational discovery of a Cincinnati genius. It is waderfuL house committee on Canals and. Tele graphs, of which Mr. Marshall Is chalr- A meeting was held that Afternoon, the attorney for the Internal Improve ment Fund Trustees was heard and the bills were ordered reported favorably. The measures provide for what is known . as the unit system, imposing taxes for the drainage work in sections as the operations progress. In ; other works, the additional taxation on a particular tract will not begin until the drainage work in that section is begun or about to begin, it is said, y ' Opponents of the bills - claim that their passage will mean the imposition of from between six and ten millions of additional taxes upon the property owners of .the two drainage districts. They cannot say Just bow much money will be involved,' they declare ' before ail " o '- TLoptrvTbd calcsncl tab lets that are entirely free - cf all cadcesslsr and sal. sly fa Iff Sell Price 3Sc a proper hearing, was granted. . An effort to have : the , bills . recommitted Saturday by a resolution was defeated on the floor of the bouse, and the legis lation remains on the calendar f avorab ly reported. . - : Friends of the bills state that it was generally known to an interested par ties that such 'legislation would, be proposed, that no, request for a public hearing was made before the intro duction of the bills and that time can be saved by letting them come to the floor of the house- without a second hearing. They also make " the ; point that the senate committee will allow a hearing after the measure reaches that body. They have not been introduced in the senate and it is said they will not be. Another effort in the house to re commit the measures Is expected both sides in the house to recommit the measures is expected. Both sides . are busy button-holeing the members and the : people from the East coast and Everglades sections are considerable The taste is I the test , of Coca-Cola quality. The flavor is the; quality itself. Nobody has ever been able to successfully imitate it, because its quality is indelibly registered in the taste of the American public. .Demand the genuine -by foil name -nickname encourage substitution. Ilk. Ill -; v, ) 1 . . , , AMI " :fli . U A X n i v r : ;' jj o ?s - . .... ) I? o f0 -J i The Coca-Cola Co. ' atlanta, ga. we may not be misjudged by state ments contained in the telegram sent they examine bills. .They allege that j exercised in the matter of the Mar- I over the name of the Florida Dive the measures were railroaded , through the committee and no opportunity for t lever cut a creepy child to bedwkh out CiviaJ a dose ol . UeCheis know it stops croup because It cuts the chick choking mucus, cleats the throat of phlegm, stops the hoarse metallic cough, esses diSculi breathing, gives quiet sleep. . lira. T. Newman Em Gain, wla, write rolsrs. Tar nr boy ef a aevern attack of craop. Mrm. CkM. Raita. Allen 'a Millm. Pa 1 ha-r uumd Foley's Homt and Tar for tae past c teres yesrs, and would not ba withoat it. It has aarcd mm SMsys doctof'sbiU far eeUs adcroan.M Sold Everywhere. s,f ' ' 1 1 : BARRACKS New in proportions . and dssin. aH inch points l With the reinforced Oblong Cable'Cord Ductonholc. , v AhytmJijar 7jran (affrurst HOT TAIIALES AND CHUJ AT ALL II0UE3 . v : ; J MADE FHOZI OIUGINAL UHZlCAa RECIPE. Orders tesa fcr tr nadu cf fbb cr ch!g!yga. THEY AEE mirTaY THElX Abo Cscrt Orders. 1 ' II. Motrtea. Pre?. . .FLTENCEI CAFE 11 T7. Gorcrti at St. s hall-Watson bills. "..The East Coast 1 Stock Exchange. Chamber of Commerce is insisting upon a recommitment and a public hearing1 because ; it considers the measures dangerous to the best Interest sof the two wealthy counties concerned. Frank Baker, secretary ; of the East Coast Chamber of Commerce, is here repre senting ; that organization, and . it- is understood that Former Governor V. S. 'Jennings also is opposed ' to .the passage of . the bills in their present shape.'. ' . .. STOCK EXCHANGE F A V O R S S T A " E WIDE ERADICATION Seter Ihm: Stealk There is as much food in a quart of good Ice Cream as in 3 pounds of steak. Serve it to your family of ten. It is easily frozen with an Alaska Freezer. George can do it and you'll know its pure and clean if made at home. Buy one today and be happy. 2 quart -....$4.75 M ... , 3 quart .... . . . . . 5.50 4 quart . .... .... 6.75 $1 Cash; $1 a week Rhcdes-Ccllins Fcrcitcre Conpniy vr (By HERBERT FELKEL.) Tallahassee, April v 29. The follow ing letter is Interesting and explains itself: . ': Jacksonville. Fla,- April 26, 1919. Hon. N. C Bryan. Member Live Stock Committee. .Tallahassee, Fla. - Dear Sir: In ' the Florida Times Union , of . Friday, ' April 25, appeared an article purporting to be a press dispatch ' from one of the correspon dents of that paper at Tallahassee, Which' was headed, "Live Stock Ex change. Asks Legislature Not" to Crip ple Uie Cattle Industry,": and in which was reported the action of the senate In ; spreading the telegram on "! its journal as received from the . Florida Live Stock Exchange of this city. The Florida Live Stock Exchange is composed of four members, as follows: Williamson &, Dennis, . National Live Stock Commission s, ' Company, . of Florida, C- A.; Dupont and Keller & Murphy; .Three ' of the four ; members of this exchange, whose names are signed to this letter desire to earnestly protest ' against the statements con tained In that telegram, - and through you we ' hope that this . protest will reach every member of the senate and house of representatives. The tel egram in question purporting to come from the Florida Live Stock Exchange does not: express our views with ref erence to state-Wide . tick eradication or with reference to the ' bills now pending before the state legislature. No meeting of the Florida Live Stock Exchange has ever been held to our knowledge for the purpose . of taking action- on the subject . of legislation affecting state-wide tick eradication: This letter is sent to you in order that the members of both the house and the senate may be acquainted with our , position in this matter and that In conclusion, we desire to state that we are in favor of state-wide tick eradication at the earliest possible moment. Lloyd, Wisconsin, April 16, 1917. (Signed) "NATIONAL LIVE STOCK ; By C. C. HARLLV, President. - Yours very truly, COMMISSION CO., DUPOXT LIVE STOCK r COMPANY, By C. A. DUPONT, President. N; W. KELLER. cental census report to be issued in 1920. i NEWS - BRIEFS. A submarine lighting cable is being laid across Little Bayou, to replace the present . over-head wires. Engineer Shannon of the Stone & "Webster- Co. is in charge. The Maxent Corporation, in a let ter to ' the mayor" and commissioners, has offered to arbitrate its dispute with the city concerning the tax assessment on its property.. The matter has been referred ;to the city attorney. The F. F. : Bingham Ship Yard will launch 'Within a day or two, a barge which1 required but 26 working days to construct. The barge is 80 feet long,' -27, feet .wide and 7 feet deep. Capt. , H. Paulsen Is superintendent of the Bingham plant. " Mayor ; Sanders has . f u rn ished Paul L. Rogers, director of the census, full information as . to the boundaries of city ' precincts, number , of . voters and number 'of votes , cast " in: the latest presidential election This informa tion " is to be. incorporated in the de- ; QUINCY ..All of Quincy is eagerly anticipating the coming on Wednesday night, April 30th, of the U. S. Naval Air Station's vaudeville troupe. It will , stimulate even greater interest in the Victory Loan drive which is now getting well under way. ' The Domestic Science Department gave another of its delightful lunch eons Saturday at the Quincy high school building. Misses Ella Ellis and Kathryn Woodberry of the senior class were hostesses, and those enjoying their, hospitality ' were Mrs. Y. 11 Wat son, .president -of , the. Woman's 'Club: Mrs F. "P. May, chairman of . school committee from the club; Mrs: R. F. Goddard. past i, president and .'Miss Emily Babcock, teacher of English. The following menu was . daintily served: 't Fruit Cocktail Peas and Shrimp in patties. New Potatoes in cream, Beets Perfection Salad - Saltiner Hot Biscuit Strawberry Shortcake Ice Tea Quincy jail is filling up-with some of the colored population that have al lowed their liking for booze to lure them into , forbidden paths. ' Sheriff Gregory and his deputies spot the of fenders and sometimes capture the lit tle irewn for making intoxicants. Mrs. W. F. Graves entertained the Mission Stcdy cldass of the Methodist church Monday afternoon at her beau tiful new home. The class is study ing "Adventures in Faith . In Foreign Lands." At the conclusion of - the study, an ice course . was ; served, . Mrs.- D. J. .Blackwell, wife of the beloved pastor of the Presbyterian church, is recovering", from an opera tion . recently performed in a Jackson ville hospital. ' ' , j ' : HIE. DUTIABLE ScrThese Soles Save , You Shoe Money " I have been wearins my shoes with Neeiin Soles nearly a year and they are apparently in as good condition as whenlbou'dit them." written August. 1918. by WVH. Cocke. Officer, aJLF 'France. Only Ne&fin Soles could endure a test like this. That they do so is because of the touh durability built into them by a scientific process. To cut your shoe bills down, buy shoes with these kx4-wearing soles. They come in many styles for men, women, and cbikbren.-".; ReraemberNeeuxi iSoles are fiodble and waterproof, too. and are available . everywhere for re-sohnz. They are made by The Goodyear Tire & Rub ber Co.. Akron. Ohio, who also make Wusfoot Heels guaranteed to out wear all other heels. says People don t change from ID But those who-have eaten other corn flakes change to loastieo when they discover how- it they are. Post Ibaaties ere America Meet PcpxdcrjCbrn Ftahes ' - Robes May Extra heavy, large size, all-wool and wool, dark attractive colored plaids, double faced, fringe and fancy, hem border. Fine for your auto, boat, porch, lounging and out-doors. $25 Robes $12.50 $17.50 Robes $8.75 $22.50 Robes $11.25 $15 Robes $7.50 $12 Robes $6 Half Price Sale oo Felt Rugs Today Genuine all-wool felt Braided Rugs in assorted colors, sizes and shapes, for your library, dining room, den, porch, kitch en and any other room. . $12 Rugs $6 $9 Rugs $4.50 $8.50 Rugs $4.25 $5 Rugs $2.50 $4.50 Rugs $2.25 $3.50 Rugs $1.75 $2.50 Rugs $1.25 $1.25 Rugs 63c. Sale Ends Friday Night Good Morning Speaking of DRUGS, What Do You Need Today? Castoria 35c Syrup Figs .60c Wine of Cardui ..... $1.00 Black Draught 25c Cuticura Ointment, 25c and ..... . . .50c Waterbury's Cod Liver Oil ......... .... .$1.00 Colorite ........ .30c Freeman's Face Powder 25c Red Cross Baby Powder 25c Herpicide, 50c and . .$1.00 Black and White Ooint- ment . .25c Hood's Sarsrjarilla . . . $1.20 5 per cent Rebate on all Cash Purchases. 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