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THE PENSACOLA JOlJRNAIi FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 9, 1919.
I 'n;'-';-::2,: . m LWj Tiimj "bayer cross- i . lira - onaspirih DIGNIFIED CREDIT & sett. COrjTROVERSY BOTH CITY OFFICIALS AND OIL. COMPANY HEADS HOLD OUT WHILE PUBLIC WATCHES IN TERESTS OF CITY. Watch Your Child's Tongue ! Constipated Children Gladly Take "California Syrup. o-Figo For the Liver and Bowels Tell your druggist you want , genuine "California Syrup of Figs." - Full directions . and dose for babies and children of all ages who are constipated, bilious, feverish, tongue coated, or full of cold, are plainly printed on the bottle. Look for the name "California" and accept no other "Fig Syrup." Beware! THE EASY WAY To Keep The System Right a Headache, sour - stomach, foul breath, bad taste, dizziness and other eorrmon symptoms of constipation, are, dsnsrer signals. They tell you that" Im purities are clogging up to the body Instead of passing off through the human sewerage system the bowel. Dorv't isore these "warnings. Go to yo-.ir drusrarisfc and pet a box of LA- MAKUOT WAFERS, the delightful lax ative ,that ,taste. like chocolate flav-. ored candy. Just dissolve one la youi mouth at bedtime and they will ; keeji the bowels acting regularly end pleas antly. Be sure to ask for" LAMARINE WAFERS. La marine Laboratories,. Atlanta, Ga. Adv. . S T. f. mm. Ki Daidraff nticiira All drnggits: 8op 23, Ointment and iK VfllMtn '. Sample each tree o "CaUcma, Dept. E. Swtoa." INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL AT DEFUNIAK HOLDS ANNUAL MEETING The election of officers and plans made for the further development and enlargement of the school featured the annual -meeting -of the board- of trus tees of the Thomas Industrial School, at DeFuniak Springs, Tuesday. Rev. J. M. Schoffner, president of the D. I. S., of Brewton, who has very ably served as president of the school in the past on account of his manifold duties, declined to accept the position again and Professor J. B. Murphy, of FVSHE Dr. Williams' 101 Tonic Kills Her Sting It's the lady mosquilo that "vamps you. She's the one that comes around singing at night. She's the one that bits you and makes the chills run down your back and the feverish sweat break out all over you. She's the cause of malaria. But Dr. "Wil liams' 101 Tonic knocks malaria out. It is the true srecific for this terrible affliction. The quinine in it kills the malarial germ ; the , Iron strengthens wd invigorates you; the - magnesia keeps you bowels regular. Dr. '"Wil liams' 101 Tonic is doing splendid work hi the malarial sections of the country. & any case of poor health. Get a Mai bottle from your druggist. Re fuse to accept any substitute. (adv.) . Washes fcartiifeg J Water Won't Williams Transfer Co. "Our Business is Moving" All Kinds of Hauling. PHONE 2099. r RELIEVE INDIGESTION OR DY3 PEPSIA, TAKE A dyspepsia Tablet C Bfore and Aft- tf T Each Meal.. A-VW , Cent. fSoxCJW t CRYSTAL PUA1UIAQX Louisville, Ala-, was elected as his successor. Rev. C. II. Motley, of Louisville. Ala., was elected vice-president and busi ness manager. Rev. E. L. Crawford, was reelected as president of the board of trustees; W. B- Harbeson, of De Funiak, vice president; M. "T. ICIngr," of. DeFuniak, was reelected secretary, and A. F. BuUard, of DeFuniak. treasurer. A splendid report was made oa the condition and progress, of the school for the past year. - AU debts arranged for and prospects were bright for the future. V'. ' ' ' " Trustees of the school present were: Reverends B. F. Marshall, of DeFun iak; H. ..T. Strout,' of Camden, Ala.; C. A. Ruch, D. D-. ef Opelika, Ala,; H. L. Crawford, presiding elder South ern District, Selma, Ala.; D, P. Slaugh ter, of Andalusia, Ala.; laymen were: A. L. Beach, of DeFuniak; A. Sessoms, of Bonifay; "W. B. Harbeson, of Dfj Funiak; T. M. McConnell and A. F. BuUard,-of DeFuniak: Dr. D. H. Siitt mons, of DeFuniak; W. D. Owens, of Atmore; M. T- King:, of DeFuniak. , . " Among members of the board who were absent were Governor Sidney J. Catts and J. E. Groves, of Qulncy; Mrs. B. V. Thomas, of Chicago; Mr3 Arthur Malone, of Dothan; J. Q. But ler, of Chipley; Mr. Pennington, of Blountstown; Dr. J. F. Tatom. of the puMIo health board. The school has a faculty of six teachers with a matron and Is under the control of the Alabama conference of the Methodist churchy South. It is cq-educationaL Rev. E. L. Crawford visited for a short time in Pensacola enroute to his home in Selma from DeFuniak. To Cure Habitual Constipation Take "LAX-FOS . WITH PEPSIN" regularly for 14 to 21 days. A Syrup Tonic-Laxative. Pleasant to Take. 60c. It Regulates. Adv. AN IMPORTANT' : FACTOR IN CUTTING SHOE EXPENSE "Many months of comfort at little expense" is the way Charles A. Pear- ; son of Saa Diego, California, sums up his experience with Neolin Soles. Mr. Pearson had two pairs of shoes re soled with Neslin Soles, and after wearing them for twenty months writes "I will have to get new shoes sometime, but so far as the soles are concerned, that time seems as far distant a3 when they were new." ' This is typical of the experience millions are having with Neolin Soles. Created by Science to be durable, flexible and waterproof, these soles are an important factor in cutting shoe expense. You can get them on new shoes for the whole family, and for re-soling. They are made by The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., Akron, Ohio, who also make Wingfoot Heels. guaranteed to outwear all other heels. leol Jit SoIgs. Mayor Sanders, when questioned re garding developments in the bulkhead controversy with the Texas Oil com pany, said that the matter had taken no new turn; that the commissioners were "standing pat" on, th proposi tion that the bulkhead must be con structed to the ipublio interest. He contended, however, that 0- the controversy . was not, an unfriendly one; that there was no disposition to discourage the location of the Texas OU cmpany here, and that the mat ter was purely one of principle to guarding the best Interests of th com munity. He said that If the Texas company could not bear the .expenss of the bulkhead, then the city ought to bear it. but it should" be put to. The Texas Oil company representa tive maintains,, however, that bis com pany should have been advised at th start what regulations would be im posed on them by the city; that they should not b discriminated against, and that they cannot afford to locate In a place where they cannot feel assured of a fair treatment.' both at the date of location and to the fu ture. ' ' : " - Many expressions are heard on the streets among boosters of Pensacola and-hert fine harbor hoping that some amicable adjustment may be reached without great delay, and that this large enterprise may be permanently added to the list - of possessions of which Pensacola is proud. . LE LOCAL ELKS GOTOKI ON MAY 151 BIO CLASS INITIATION WILL FEA TUBE CELEBRATION BY MO BILE ELKS IN ALABAMA CITY. Always Ask for . Gsnu&fi "Bayer Xatlats of Aspirin" Only Aspirin Tablets witn the safety "Bayer Cross'' on them are ; gens tee "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin,'' own fed cad made by Americans and proved safe by millions of people. Unknown Quantities of fraudulent Aspirin Tab lets were sold recently by a Brook lyn dealer which" proved t fee ecxa posed mostly Ttoia Powder. "Bayer Tablet ef Aaptrta ifeewi always be asked for Then look for ,the safety "Bayer cross on the pack age and eask tables.- Aeeept aeth lae else! Proper directions and 4os- fc mm. " a lV ' tla UAH - M 1m s hCg Ul COVM ywviMwaw. , Aspirin ls. th trade- nuuic ef Bayef Manufaoture ef Moneacetloaeldester ef Ballcyllcacld. ,:;v - H1LOREN Should not be dosedM for colds sopjy tha "outside," treatsjeh-. icirs VAP f5S a h S3 a is sis b hb a s m a 55 k NEWS BRIEFS. a Local. Elks, Pensacola 'Lodge Num ber 497, aye manifesting enthusiastic interest to a big class initiation cere monial session to be held in Mobile on May -15. and a lares number are ' - lfc AMac making plans to attend the meeting J two 5, on an urgent invitation from the Mo- J Chaa F Lehne, C. M. M., (a XT. S. iN. R. F., who was detailed In - the hydrogen plant at the naval air sta tion for the past sixteen months, "has been placed on inactive doty' and left Pensacola the first of the week for his home in Union Hill. N. jr. During his stay in pensacola ne maae many friends who ' sincerely regret bis de parture. Mr Lehne expects to return to Pensacola next winter to visit with, friends. During bis stay in the city he had apartments with Mrs. M. P. Bonifay, t,ber home oa West Romana street. . - T. "W". Mayne left yesterday at noon for Cincinnati, where he will attend the convention of the Brotherhood of Railway Clerks.' He will stop on bis returs home in Louisville. Ky., to be the gupst of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Mc Daniel for a few days. He expects to be absent' from the city for about bile fraternal body. f. Friends of Mrs. M. E. Dickens, who Among the biff features of the event 1 underwent a serious operation at the will be an Impressive spectacular pa- . Pensacola hospital yesterday, will be raae auring tne aiternoon or xne iuij&iai to know that eh 18 reported as ana rouowing tne initiatory session a 1 resting well. sumptuous banquet win be served. Exalted Ruler O. B. Crona and Sec retary Henry Jeudevlne, of the local lodge, will very probably head the delegation of Elks from this city on the occasion and all members of the ktdge who expect to go are urged to communicate with the secretary as early as possible. HEARTS OF THE WORLD IMPRESSES GARDEN AUDIENCE Dr. R. A. Brown, lieutenant, U. S, K., has fnany friends here who will be delighted to learn that he is ex pected to " return to the city within a few days. Dr. Brown, who was sta tioned at Key West, was mustered oat of the servicse a short time ago and has been visiting there" and to parts of Soutb Florida as the guest of rela tives and friends. SAN CARLOS Main Cafe Club Breakfast .35c and up served T to 10 Luncheon ...60c and 75c served 12 to 2:30 Dinner $1.00 served 6 to 8:30 Saturday and Sunday - Dinner DeLuxe ?L50 served 12 to 8:80 Service a la carte at GriU Room prewar Prices Coffee Shop and Grill Closed for Summer. "Without intending to make Invid ious ; comparasons. , it may be stated right off the bat that the great photo play. "Hearts of the World," which opened a three day's engagement at the Garden theater yesterday and will : bedside a a V ed to her bedsiae. the greatest picture ever shown in Pensacola. Of course, there is only -one with which to ake comparasons and that is the "Birth of a Nation." one of Griffith's own creations, and one of the greatest ever brought here up to that time. From the scene Of the girt chasing the wandering gosling to the finale with the boy and irl waving Old Glory and the Rainbow Division just landing in France to do or die for the freedom the world, the entire play grips one's heart. With an almost unendurable tense ness one follows the fortunes and mis fortunes of those unhappy people. The orchestration Is perfect and adds very much to the effectiveness of the play. The imitations of bugle calls. whistling shells, infantry and artillery fire, and the clatter ef the machine guns is splendid. The acting of all persons in the picture la up to the best. The rattle scenes nave tne merit; of being not only realistic, but real, having been taken in many instances, from life on the very front lines.' And so .it is with blare of trumpet, with boom of cannon, with charge and counter-charge, the play moves on and one sits spellbound, his heart beating high with hope for the viotery ef the allies. Through It all runs the sweetest of all sweet old stories, ever now, not "until death do us part, but "forever and forever." And cold. Indeed, is the heart which does not respond to all the sentiments portrayed and especial ly to "Love's old sweet story" as told on the screen in this charming and grandly beautiful and transeendingly masterful production, "Hearts of the World " The many friends of Mrs. J. A. Kirkpa trick will learn with sincere regret of the death of her sister, Mrs. J. G. Centerfit last Sunday at her home to Montgomery. Mrs. Centerfit had been ill for several months, but not seriously so until the Friday be fore her death, when Mrs. Klrtrpatrlek left for Montgomery having been call- New demonstrating booths for Victor machines are feeing install fey the Rey nolds Music House, which Is continuing its active dally trade in spite of the fact that the store is somewhat dismantled, owing to the Installment of these modern booths for the Victor. Messrs. Leo Mayer and Lewis Bear, are in New Orleans where they are at tending the Southern Grocers' conven tion. Mr. and Mrs. Max Eahn and daughter. Sylvia and Janice, ara visiting In New Orleans where Mr. Kahn has gone to at tend the grocers' convention, The Parent-Teachers association t-f School 10 will held its last meeting for the year at the school building- at Z:39 o'clock this afternoon. An Interesting v-tvire of the program will be a display of the art work accomplished by the pu- Our CONVENIENT PAYMENT plan should not be confused with installment credit houses. By our plan you can clothe yourself or your family and pay for same while wearing:; instead of a hard ship our EASY PAYMENT plan is a decide convenience. pi yf n If - pi DIES HA We are offering' some of .the very finest dreses in rich Georgettes, Satins, Printed Novelty Silks, Crepe de Chine, Serges, Crepe Meteors, J erseys and many handsome doth combinations. Summer Suits A large and most ex exelusive stock. The fin est materials including Poiret Twill, Gab erdines, VelouT, Serge and Tricotine. EASY PAYMENT PLAN tEOU FELLOWS whoknow and demand ultra-smart style, fine tailoring and thorough ly dependable fabrics, you'll find all these in the clothes we sell, and there will be no guess work when you buy your suit here. You are sure in advance that the transaction will be satis factory from beginning to end. A large line of tropical weights in neat striped patterns and 'solids. s Something cool and comfortable. PAY AS YOU WEAR MIA 1 1 V Wt. cut "11 ar over I ratcbes ji rignt April 1 . heard ! reward I ' Wire i "anama. : An- goia; a end I x and . fined to BOTXINERY Very smart and stylish for summer wear, and the price is very reasonable. How about some pretty dresses for your little girl. Our stock of dresses is most complete and wfll delight her to have some of these. Does your; little boy need a new suit, shoes, or hat or cap ? Bring him in and let us dress him up. You will not miss the money. SHOES For Men, Womer and Children All Styles All Leather . GENTRY-STRICKLAND CO. i 'PensacoIa's Largest Credit Store' 26 SOUTH PAL ATOX STREET V PHONE 826 pUs during the year. All parents are especially urged to attend. - Clifton it, Pefitli leaves for. BirmtoS- ham this moraing 'w a short visit with Mr. aad Mrs. T V. Hoyt. Car service to Bayvlew park will fee raavgurated Sunday at one o'elook.- Tie cars wiu connect with the Mast hiu loop at Btxteenth avenue and Moreno street. - An examination of the police records tor the aBt few days shows that while the city is quiet from the standpoint Of law breaking, the police cannot be ac cused of doing nothing. The number of fmes Imposed for gambling and riding bleycles on the sidewalk will certainly have a salutary effect "on these who are disposed to take chances with the law. City BuUding Inspector Wolfe yester day Issued a permit for demolishing the old , Sanders mill on Kortn -juaiox street. The lumber wiu be used By tne contractor who is doing the wrecking. An auettee. of unclaimed express pack ages will be held at the McMillan Auc- MtMMMHM THE MAN WHO SUSPECTS that he bas kidney troubls and neg Uon to take Meaaurcw prosapdy (or Ua niiet ia taldatf danf erooalr oirwiae tUk. U the fcidaer srs bo p(prir perfonalof th3r &ncdon ef puriiag ta too troam, watte pvoAiata aad polaeooM add tMMls la tke rm sa4 came aarvouaocM, rhanoutia paiaa. backache, lancoid eaa, aora ntdaa, swollen Joiutt, Miffnow, sag Uaa ssoer notadohtwniaa4iria9tom. teMecs aad rasaiat tio booh&r sad aormd actioa of aiaara sad bladde. brie4a elaa blood, tooai serroa. dear bead. o4 dUeadoo, Active bnla, aad all Vooad vUarewa beaks. U. W. Taylor. Calr, Ala.. wAmi "My UIaatssi4rtroabia. I trted tarea dSTareat rasealaa, bat aeaa cava aia aaca raiiei aa r eiejr XUa PUla," Sold Everywhere. Hon Company, at 10 o'clock Saturday morning for the American Railway Ex press Company. v The packages will be sold blind" to the highest bidder. ' Captain Mackenzie of the Coast Guard 8tatlon on Santa. Rosa Island, has left for his home in Michigan on a leave of absence of one month. j For Itching Torture There is one remedy that seldom fails to stop Itching torture and relieve skin irritation and that makes the skin soft; clear and healthy. Any druggist can supply you with zemo, which generally overcomes ail skin diseases. Acne, eczema, itch, pim ples, rashes, blackheads, in most cases tive way to zemo. Frequently, minor lemishes disappear overnight. Itching usually stops instantly. Zemo is a safe, antiseptic liquid, clean, easy to use and dependable. It costs only 35c; an extra large bottle, $1.00. It will not stain, is not greasy or sticky and is positively safe for tender, sensitive skins. The E. W. Rose Co.. Cleveland. O Falls Tires king of the highway; A medium priced tire, giving greatest mileage for least money. . The BEST tire on the market for Ford cars. P. S. Melleo Co. Distributors. Phone S34 "DRESS UP." Newest, Stylish Clothes for Men and Women. Buy your new Spring Clothes here on easy Credit. We clothe the entire family. Gentry-Strickland Co., 26 South Palafox Street. Let Us Be Your Milkman Pasteurized Dairy Products PENSACOLA DAIRY CO. 123 W. Garden St. Phone 1321 L. E. NOBLES & CO.! Agents HART, SCHAFFNER & BIARXI and IORSCHBAUM SUITS : YOUR MONEY'S WORTH, OR YOUR MONEY BACK" 29 South Palafox Street. Phone 790 . CUT RATE SHOE SHOP . Shoe Repairing Quickly Done. Work called for and ' delivered. Guaranteed work at fair prices.; . 431 West Belmont Street. Phone 932. -i Chero-Cola There is none so goon. Chero-Cola Bottling Works. Phone 236. THE LEADER . FOR MEN AND BOYS SOUTH PALAFOX STREET VOTERS SHOULD REGISTER FOR NEXT ELECTION The books of City Registration Officer J. A. Klrkpatrick are now open and voters should register and be transferred to the preclnets in which they live, be fore the forthcoming city election. J-e far there have been few registrations aad little interest ia displayed. t i We, the undersigrnecl, agree to close our stores for hbif -holidays every Friday aiternoon of each week, be ginning May 9th and continuing until Sept. 12th. RHODES-COLLINS FURNITURE CO. MARSTON & QUINA FURNITURE CO. TI E. WILLIAMS FURNITURE CO. HARRISON BROS. FURNITURE CO. NOVELTY FURNITURE CO. HOME FURNITURE CO. x