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THE HANG OF THE
PANTS
can spoil the picture faster than
the coat and vest can paint it.
Not much enjoyment in driv
ing a pair that knocks at the
knee3 even tho the rest of the
suit hits perfectly on all cylin
ders. With OUR CLOTHES it's a
case of perfect pants from waist
to watch pocket. '
Every detail from calf to cuff
is so well done that the coat and
vest have nothing on the pants
on or off. ,
Men's Spring Clothes
$18.00 up.
Stole
1
1 Simply Irresisf able
PATRONIZE
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DRY CLEANING
PRESSING
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Pensacola Shoe Hospital
We do expert shoe repairing and
use best quality materials.
Phone 359. 102 E. Wright St.
20 fc. PALAFOX oT.
-BETTER CLOTH
i E CLOVER STtfDIO
196 N. Palafox St.
. Place Where Kodax Finish
Is Well Done.
Chero-Cola
There is none so gootl.
Chero-Cola Bottling Works.
Phone 236.
LEE ELECTRIC CO.
Contracting and Supplies
109 N. Palafox St.
Phone 167-
TTOi Ivtl So
On the Square, Within Easy
Reach of Everywlerc
L. E. NOBLES & CO.
Agents
HARTr SCHAFFNER & MARX
and KIRSCHBAUM SUITS
YOUR MONEY'S WORTH, OR YOUR
MONEY BACK"
9 South Palafrx Street. Phone 790
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London Woolen Mills
Made to Yoor Individual Order
117 Svutft PaUtex CtrMt
JOUR FALL SUIT
$15 nn
wrote
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SCHOOLS WILL
BE HELD HERE
ONE SCHOOL TO BE FOR BENEFIT
OF TEACHERS AND OTHER FOR
PUPILS DESIRING TO FINISH
CERTAIN WORK.
Two special summer schools wiU
open session in Pensacola at the close
of the school year the last of May.
according: to County Superintendent A.
S. Edwards. One. to be conducted
by Prof. Stapleton. of the state de
partment of education, will be for the
t oa '
leacners anu win run iiu t unc .u.
The other will be for the benefit of I
pupils who wish to make up delinquent
work or to do special work and receive I
regular credits for it. j
This school will be In charge of Prof.
Collier, and the nominal fee of ten
dollars will be charged. It is stated
that neither of the professors in charge
of the summer schools are to benefit
from the tuition fees, as these men
are on regular salary, and the teep
will be used to pay the four ladies
who were recommended by Prof. Col
lier to the board as the teaching force
and formally chosen by the board.
Supt. Edwards also stated that the
architect has been asked to submit
bids for the new high school building
on three different bases:
1. With the interior of the audi
torium and gymnasium incomplete or
unfinished.
2. With the auditorium, gymnasium
and five class rooms unfinished.
3-. Without auditorium or gymnas
ium. REALTY TRANSFERS.
W. J. Forbes and wife to S. Daniels,
May 2, 1919, $100 and other: lots 2 to
8, 11, 12, 23 and 24, Block 31 West King
tract. .
R. A. Baker and wife to C. H. Smith,
June 22, 1906, $2500; lots 2, 3, 4, 6 and
7, SE. 1-3. E. 1-4 of SW. 1-4, fJW. 1-4
of SW. 1-4. Sec. 33, Tp. 6 N. R. 30 W.
Fred L. Rhodes, a single man, to
Theresa Cohen, May 9, 1919, $1.00 and
other; lots 6 and E 1-2 7, Block 104
East King tract, E. Tarra. St.
Stomach ills
permanently disappear after drinking: the
reVhrated Shivar Mineral Water. Ponl-
tlve'y guaranteed bv monev-back offer.
Taste fine; costs a trifle. D-livered
anywhere by our Fensacola Agents, West
Florida Grocery Co. Phone them.
Recent governmental inspection gives us the above score . We shall now endeavor to
reach that point of EFFICIENCY and CLEANLINESS that will make this a PERFECT
place that of 100 per cent.
Joist Waitch Uc IBeacfo the (Boat. 9Tbq
Meet your friends at the KOZY KORNER, where only the purest and most wholesome
of DRINKS ARE SANITARILY SERVED; The best cup of coffee in the South, and sand
wiches, pastries and cakes that are appetizing. Your FAVORITE SMOKE awaits you here.
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Palafox and Romana Palafox and Romana
AGENTS JOHNSTON'S MILWAUKEE APPRECIATED CHOCOLATES
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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL
D C. V. REPORT
FIE TRIP TO
STATE REUNION
CAMP WARD REPRESENTATIVES
EMBRACED COMRADES STRICK
LAND, RIGBY, BRADLEY AND
RAWLS.
Camp Ward, United Confederate
Veterans, was represented by Comrades
Strickland, Rigby, Bradley and Rawls
at the convention held in Jacksonville
last week. They have returned to the
city and express themselves as hav
ing been delighted with their trip and
the reunion.
They assert the meeting
we" fS to a" thf fviving veterans
he widows of veterans throughout
Florida.
Resolutions were passed asking the
legislature to grant an Increase in the
monthly allowance up to $d0 per montn.
Another resolution commissions the
delegation ' of Sons of Veterans, now
in St. Louis, to represent the Florida
Division, TJj C. V., and to ask that they
be incorporated in the American Le
gion, now being formed in that city.
In electing officers for the ensuing
year, the division named General N. A.
Blitch of Tallahassee, r commander.
General Blitch has been faithfully sup
portnig the work of the division for
many years, is popular throughout the
state, and will doubtless serve most ef
ficiently. October has been selected
as meeting time in future.
Gen. H. H. Duncan, in turning over
the command of the division to Gen
eral Blitch, mad? his' final report, and
gave a stirring talk which was ap
preciated by all the veterans of the
60's.
Brigade Commanders.
During the week the various bri
gades met and named commanders as
follows:
First BrigadeGen. R. D. McLeod of
Crawfordsville, commander.
Second Brigade Gen. W. T. Weeks
of Starke, commander.
Third Brigade Gen. B. C. west, re
elected. General Blitch has named Col. W. A.
Rawls of Pensacola as adjutant gen
eral and chief of staff of the Florida
division. - . y ' '" .
"On each of the three evenings which
the veterans spent in Jacksonville they
were delightfully entertained by the
Daughters of the Confederacy, and at
all of these they were treated as the
guests of honor. No more delightful
reunion has ever been enjoyed than
this one," say the local veterans.
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TUESDAY
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PASS TODAY
ATTENTION OF CITY COMMMIS
SJONERS IS CALLED TO INADE
QUACY OF WATER SUPPLY.
At the regular meeting of the city
commissioners yesterday the sanitary
ordinance was read the second time
and by unanimous consent a special
meeting was set for two o'clock today
at which it will be brought up for
final passage.
The 'comptroller's report for April
was presented and ordered filed. The
report indicated something of .the na
ture of the city's financial problems
which require careful consideration,.
By resolution adopted, S. O. Walker
was formally Inducted into the office
of comptroller, to begin his duties to
day, while Heinberg was formally re
instated in the clerkship, to resume
its responsibilities at the same time.
The Pensacola Engineers club,
through its secretary, V. R. Dunlap.
called the attention of the commis
sioners in writing to the inadequate
water supply of the city, and volun
teered their assistance in planning an
adequate water system.
The petition of citizens for the re
paying of Garden the street extension
having been referred to City. Attorney
Jones for an opinion, he reported that
the city could not legally let the work
to John Gerkins under the contract
for paving Second street. .
The bid of Lazare Lacoste for casino
concessions at Bayview Park was re-
ijected because not accompanied by a
bond.
The request of the Standard Oil
company for permission to sink two
new oil tanks on their property at
Gadsden and Tarragona streets, was
referred to Commissioner Hinrichs.
A communication was read and filed
from Manager J. A. Jones, of the
Isis theater, asking that a deadline be
provided around the fountain in Mal
lory Square, to prevent the congested
parking of cars around the fountain
and make it possible for animals to
reach the watering place.
The matter of the Texas Oil com
pany bulkhead did not come up and
it is understood that the matter will
not be pressed further, and that work
on the big , project will not be interr
rupted.
Dr. Lischkof f has . returned
and will resume practice.
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MORNING, MAY 13,' 1919.
SMOKE FROM CITY
TRASH PILE IS
CAUSE OF PROTEST
Residents of East Romana street In
the vicinity of Alcaniz, are objecting
strongly to the smoke from" the city
trash pile fire. E. J. Quina of 325
E. Romana declares that the smoke
from this fire is so dense and foul
smelling at night that he and his fam
ily are unable to sit on the porch" of
their home, and that other residents of
that community report the same un
pleasant conditions.
It appears that the city crematory
is not large enough to burn all the
trash and the paper is thrown into the
swamp and burned by night. Resi
dents of that section of the city will
again appeal to the commissioners, it
is said, and if relief Is not forthcoming
will endeavor to obtain redress through
the courts.
DON'T LET IT LINGER.
A cough that follows la grippe or
any other cough that "hangs on" from
winter to spring wears down the suf
ferer, leaving him or her in a. weak
ened state unable to ward off sick
ness and disease. Jos. Gillard, 148 Fill
more street, Nashville, Tenn., writes:
"I was suffering with a dry, hacking
cough and pain in my chest, but since
taking Foley's Honey and Tar I have
been relieved." It soothes, heals and
cures coughs, colds and croup. Good
for whooping cough. Sold everywhere.
Adv.
BUSINESS WOMEN
FAVOR FEDERATION
WITH STATE CLUBS
Mrs. J. F. Huddleston, wife of Lieut.
Huddleston, of the naval air station,
told of her work in the interest of the
Red Cross in France before ' the Busi
ness Womens' club at the club rooms
last night.
A resolution favoring a Federation
of Business Womens' Clubs for the
state was unanimously adopted. Dr.
Mary Noyes told of a speech which
she heard at Mobile by Miss Nina
Price, of Atlanta, on the subject of
the federation.
An excellent supper consisting of
chowder, salttnes, cakes and tea was
served by Mrs. John Hall.
CJT THIS OUT IT IS WORTH MONEY
DON'T MloS THIS. Cut out this slip,
enclose with hc and mail it to Foley &
Co., 2833 Sheffield Ave., Chicago, I1L,
writing your name and address clearly,
rou will rcele In return a trial package
containing Foley's Honey and Tar Com
pound for cousrhn. colds and ctoud".
Foley Kidney Pills for pain In sides ana
back: rheumatism, backache, kidney ana
Madder ailments; and Foley Cathartic
Tablets, a wholesome and thoroughly
cleansing cathartic. for MnstIlon.
biliousness. headache. and sluggish
bowels. Sold every where. Adv.
to Qay
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ELECTRIC
FANS
HOUDINI in "THE MADAGASCAN MENACE"
ISIS SEMI-WEEKLY LIVE WIRE NEWS
(International Topics of the Day)
10c - 20c
TOMORROW THRU THURSDAY
CONSTANCE TALMADGE in
"THE VEILED ADVENTURE"
She Wanted to Learn the People a Lesson But She Learned
One Herself.
MR. AND MRS.
"ROMANCE
A Polite Comedy, Just as
- TODAY
MARGUERITE
CLARK in
" T H E CRUCIBLE
Supported by
Harold Lockwood
Because of a girl
ish prank, Jean Is
unjustly con
demned to a re
formatory and
compelled to as
sociate with the
riff-raff of the
community.
There's an Educational Weekly,
CANDIDATES FOR
HELEN M. FISHER
MEDAL ANNOUNCED
Candidates for the Helen M. Fisher
medal to be awarded at the Clubbs
annex school were announced today.
They are: Hilma Hall, Hilma Kahn,
Margaret Weekley, Mary L. Moore,
Mary Chittenden and Master Marion
Fleming.
The contest for the best composition
on "Mothers' Day' was held at the
annex Friday, -the winner being Miss
Mary Frances Chittenden. Her compo
sition follows:
MOTHER'S DAY.
The second Sunday in May is usual
ly selected to be observed as Mother's
Day and this year it falls on May 11.
The people of this nation, even little
children, wherever they may be, will
wear flowers for their mothers, white
for the mothers who have gone before
and colors for the mothers who have
been spared to them.
The carnation is the favorite flower
and the one usually chosen as most
typical of the day set aside to honor
the mothers of the world. The white
blossoms are fitting in their purity
I and fragrance for her who has crossed
the bar, and the pink carnation is em
blematic of the love that still lives on
in beauty.
Ist this be said of mothers. "From
their flesh and blood the race of man
is fashioned. From their hopes and
prayers the faith of man is molded.
From their love and tenderness the
heart of man is pulsing warm and red
and deep today, as through ' all ages
past. : v.
"Friends come to us and love
smooths our pathway, but never such
sweet friendship, such true iove as
mothers know."
BUT NOT NEW PEOPLE
We are giad to arinounce that we have
opened a garage at the corner of Gregory
and Tarrag-ona Streets, where we will be
pleased to serve our friends and the public.
No job too small or too large; all will receive
prompt attention.
BE CON VINCED TR Y US
Hoffman & Sellers
A. R. Hoffman
A. R. Hoffman
GILFILLAN SCOTT
Trains Concert Pianists, Teachers and Beginner3.
Regular Weekly Lesson, One Dollar.
Single Lesson, Two Dollars.
The Clutter Music House. Phone 15.
Anderson Douglas
Jazz Band
You've. Heard About "The Bull
in the China Store" Well-
straight from the farm they drove
in their rattletrap car straight to the
mansion at Newport, and there they
installed themselves. They were
strange pair, this young maid and the
old one. As for the younger "you
Never Saw Such a Girl."
TO DA Y
WE PRESENT
VIVIAN
MARTIN
IN
"YOU NEVER SAW
SUCH A GIRL"
PLUS TAX
SIDNEY DREW in
AND RINGS"
Funny as "Once a Mason"
"
Too
LADIES TO FORM
AUXILIARY TO
CAMP 9, U.S. W.V.
A special meeting will be held in
the council , chamber, city hall, at 8
o'clock Wednesday night, for the pur
pose of organizing a Ladies' Auxiliary
to Col. W. F. Williams Camp, No. 9,
Department of Florida, United Spanish
War Veterans.
The mothers, wives, widows, daugh
ters, sisters and other relatives of
Veterans, also nurses, patriotic women
engaged in relief work during the war
with Spain or the Insurgent War in
the Philippines are eligible to mem
bership and are requested to attend
for the purpose of signing an applica
tion for a charter and for the elec
tion of officers. E. W. Thomas, Jr.
is commander of the local camp, anil
O. A. Bailey Is adjutant.
Habitual ConstiDation Cured
in 14 to 21 Days.
"LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" is a specially-prepared
Syrup Tonic-Laxative
for Habitual Constipation. It relieves
promptly but should be taken regu
larly for 14 to 21 days to induce regu
lar action. It Stimulates and Regu
lates. Very Pleasant to Take. 60c
per bottle.
We Furnish the
Home Complete
JNITUC
COMPANY
Geo. B. Sellers
Geo. B. Sellers
Phone 825
GENTLEMEN 50c.
Including
LADIES 25c
War Tax

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