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Helps and
Strengthens
Never Hurts!
This is one of the ad
vantages of Postum
over tea and coffee.
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is made of wholesome
cereals, and is cafFeine-free-one
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young as well as old
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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, TUESDAY MORNING. MAY 13, 1919.
ORE THROAT
The Modern
Business Man
finds help, health
and delight in the
vigor inspiring",
wheat and barley
food
Grape-Nuts
Vsuaftrfca J5 prr package
ill
NEWS BRIEFS.
ss m.
The Parent-Teachers Association of
the Clubss school will meet at the
school at three o'clock this afternoon
and all memhers are requested to at
Whid'den's Pharmacy, formerly lo-
Mount Building Pcizsocolc 27a.
Ask for the Union Label
On Your Sign
Wrighton the Sign Man
HE. Intendencia
J. P. REMICH & S6NS
"The Store That Satisfies"
Remlch's Grocery Specials
Always Satisfy
PHONE 722
THE LEADER
FOR MEN AND BOYS
SOUTH PALAFOX STREET
Just Try a Pound of
WARFIELD'S
COFFEE.
Phone 1566.
BICYCLES
New and Second
hand TIRES, REPAIRS
Wilson -Biggs Co.
"Home of the Dayton"
24 South Palafox- Street
cated at 405 S. Palafox street, has re
moved to 315 S. Palafox street. H- M.
Massias is. now in charge of the pre
scription department. 1
A meeting of the teachers of the
city is scheduled to be held at three
o'clock this afternoon at the Eliza J.
Wilson school, corner Eighth avenue
and Gregory street. Various . matters
of interest to the teachers themselves
are said to be subject to discussion
at that time.
kand Williams, who; are to , be com
mitted to the industrial school.
Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Philips, of Pro
vencal, La., are the happy parents of
a son. born at Brewton, Ala., Friday,
May 9, it was announced last night.
Loam Brown, of Pensacola, has re
turned from overseas. He arrived yes
terday morning from Georgia where
he stopped off two weeks enroute from
New York.
Rev. N. D. Weber, for some time pas
tor of the First Christian church of
this city expects to leave today for
Hartford, Conn., where he has accepted
the pastorate of a large church. His
successor has not been chosen.
Damon Lodge, No., 13, K. of P., will
work the rank of Esquire on a large
class tonight. All members of the
order are being urged to attend. ,
V
or Tonsilitis, gargle
with warm salt
water, then apply
ICffS 4P0IHJE
Y0UR BODYGUARD"-30. 601.20
21
Company G, Of the Patriotic League,
under . the leadership of Mrs. Henry
Jeudevine, will give a dance at the
San Carloss auditorium Wednesday
night.' The proceeds are . to be used
for : the Pearl Eagan Orphans' Home.
There will be a dance conducted by
the "Rainbow Club" at Odd Fellows
hall, Warrington, tomorrow evening.
Music will be by O'Brien Motta's orchestra.
At the meeting of the board of
county commissioners to be held this
morning it is expected that bids will
be opened for the construction of the
Klondike bridge, specifications of
which were printed in the Sunday
Journal.
THE KOZY KORNER
Agents for,
Johnston's Milwaukee Candies
"The Appreciated Chocolates"
. CUT RATE SHOE SHOP .
Shoe Repairing Quickly Done.
Work called for and delivered.
Guaranteed work at fair prices.
. 431 West Belmont Street.
1 Phone 932.
Probation Officer Sam Pinney, of
Escambia county, left yesterday for
Marianna with two boys, Kimmons
FOOLING WITH
HEALTH SERIOUS
I have frequently asked druggists
"What do you push in a blood medi
cine?" . The answer usually came "The
kind I can make the most money on."
My answer has always been "Not me."
I have succeeded pretty well and I
have always recommended the one that
I had found by experience to be the
best and the one I would be willing
to take myself or give to members ot
my own family. I have never offered
the public a medicine that we do not
use at home. This is why I can offer
"Number 40 For The Blood," with a
clear conscience: we have not only
tried it on thousands of others but on
ourselves. . We take it in , all "cases
where a blood medicine is needed nj
matter in what form it shows itself
and we get splendid results in consti
pation, kidney, stomach and liver
troubles. I fimly believe if every one
would begin in the spring and take
"Number 40" they would escape mal
aria and fevers in all forms. J. C.
Mendenhall, 40 years a druggist, Ev
ensville, Ind. -' Sold by Crystal Phar
macy, Adv. , , . . .' . -
A MISTAKE MADE BY MANY.
Don't wait fo,r rheumatism to indi
cate diseased kidneys. When you suf
fer pains and aches by day and sleep
disturbing bladder weakness by night,
feel tired, nervous and run down, the
kidneys and bladder should be restored
to healthy, strong and regular action.
It Is a mistake to postpone treatment.
Foley Kidney Pills put the kidneys in
sound healthy condition and keep them
active and strong. Beginjtaking today.
Good results follow the first dose.
Sold everywhere. Adv.
ALLEGED "QUACX"
DOCTOR HELD FOR
ILLEGAL PRACTICE
Attaches of the sheriff's office last
night brought in from near Flomato-i
a man calling himself "Doctor" Louis
Thomas, arrested on complaint of phy
sicians, on the charge of practicing
medicine without a license as required
by law.
Judge Bellinger released the prisoner
HAY FEVER SUFFERER
Tells How He Found Relief, ft Might
Pay Other to Try the Remedy.
Millville, N. J. I was run down,
could not sleep at. night and entirely
wornout with Hay Fever. I have
charge of Golf Links, but had to lay
off for weeks at a time. My druggist
asked me to try Vinol. Three bottles
entirely cured me and I am healthier
and stronger than I have been ' for
twenty years. Every person who suf
fers from Hay " Fever ' .should try
VinoL" Sam'l Flickinger.
Vinol contains the tonic properties
necessary to enrich the blood and im
part health to nerves, muscles and
tissue.
White's Pharmacy, Balkcom Drug
Company and Druggists everywhere.
P. S. For rough, scaly skin, try
our Saxol Salve. -Money back if It
fails. Adv.
TASTE LIKE GANDY
These Wafers
Act Pleasantly,
Toil need no longer shudder at the
sickening thought of having to take
nauseating calomel, pills, or castor
oil.' For science has dons away' with
the necessity of these violent, drastic
drugs, and provides in LAMARINE
WAFERS a delightful laxative that
acts just aa thoroughly with no un
pleasant effects.
"vv.ic ana taste like
dy, yet they contain valuable meL
ingredients that cleanse the hi"
vwwiu :aj.t::ca wet
Or 0U
a ria ri.- r, . . '
from your druercrist r,,t , 10,5
easy it is to avoid the
nd se just h.
annoyance
constipation. Rempmv.. 4 1
LAMARINE WAFERS .
Lamarine Laboratories, Atlanta
on a $50 cash bond, to appear in court
this morning. In an interview with a
Journal representative, Thomas exhib
ited what purported to be a legal
statement to the effect that he was
practicing medico-therapy exclusively
and that the statutes of Florida did not
exact a license for the practice of this
profession. Thomas Stated tnai ne nas
been enjoying a big practice in me
country around Flomaton and even as
far as Mobile: and that he aoes not
administer drugs, but relies wholly on
exterior mechanical manipulations ana
applications. The case has attracted
much attention in the nortn ena oi
the county. "
Do Your Best,
Wvorvnnff should do all he can to
provide for his family and in order
to do this he must keep his pnysicai
condition possible. : No one can rea
sonably hope to do much when ne -S
half sick a good share Of the time.
If you are constipated, bilious or
troubled with indigestion, get a pack
age of Chamberlain's Tablets and fol
low the plain printed directions, and
von will soon be feeling alright and
able to do a day's work. Adv. .
LAWMAKERS HERE
TO DISCUSS BILL
LOCAL INTEREST
Representatives Taylor and H. P.
Caro were in Pensacola . yesterday to
interview local fishermen concerning a
bill now before the legislature which
is of interest to small operators in all
Florida waters.
It is understood that Representatives
Caro and Taylor were acting as a spe
cial committee to, get information rel
ative to necessary changes in the bill,
which is now pending.
"BLUE RIBBON" TALKS.
' Blue Ribbon Vanilla and Lemon save
money for housekeepers. Use Just a toa
epoonful to the quait of material "Best
and takes lss."
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6 Bell-ans
Hot wafer .
Sure Relief
FOR INDIGESTION
LETTERS GO TO
TRAVELLING ME:
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as to secure a subscrinti,-:
the entire need. ' c"ua! !
"First: Because it has long been f.
that the plan hitherto purSUCd-fh
getting of nickels in tin cans and tair
bourines was unworthy and inaJem,v
and consequents it has been regard
as a temporary expedient.
"Second: Because the old systo
was a burden to the workers therr
selves often demanding- as much -0
per cent of their active time i
of this time had to be taken from' V
doing of the work.
A TRUE REMEDY
FOR IV1ALARIA
NO. 101 TONIG
In the low marshy places whe
mosquitoes breed, there is always m;
jana in me spring ana summer .r.i
this terrible affliction can be compter
ly knocked out of the system hy r
Williams 101 Tonic. It not on
knocks out malaria, but it builds i
tne neaitu generally and makes ti
sufferer strong and well and able
resist attacks of every-day ai'men
The quinine in it kills -the malar
germs as soon as it permeates t;
system; the iron strengthens and t
vigorates and improves the appetit
the magnesia regulates the bow;
and prevents constipation and hea
ache. Dr. "Williams' 101 Tonic is
most valuable medicine for any c
in run-down health. Try it. Yc
druggist can supply you. Refuse ;
substitutes. Adv.
THE WAR IS OVER
Eut the soldiers and sailors will w
stop talking: about tTie comfort they i
from the Allen's Foot-Ease. .t!ie antise:
powder to be shaken into the st
which their sweethearts, mothers or s
ters sent them. Until it is tried no
knows what a quick and wonderful ro
Allen's Foot -Ease is to painful, actv
pwolien, tender feet. Corns. Bunions :
Calluses. It makes walking a deliv
Hold everywhere.
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The Salvation Army Performed Notable Work With Our Boys at the
Front, and Gave a Good Account of Themselves in the Trenches
B. S. Hancock, Zone Chairman,
J. B- Perkins, County Chairman
Chas. B. Hervey, City Chairman
E. 'R. Malone, Zone Treasurer
P. K Yonge, City Treasurer.
Ex-Gov. Charles Whitman, National Chairman
Ex-Gov Earl Brewer, Division Chairman
J. Kirkman Jackson, Div. Treasurer
W. G. Green, Zone Manager.
Capt. Bergren, in charge of Local Army.
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