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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL 'rognAY MORNING. MAY.15, 1919.
Heal Skin Diseases M .. -s NEW S H I P M E N T J U S T It E C E I VE D 11 r i ' 0 J it- ti 1 ! r ! t. ! 4 I i'i t '? i -i u i i i f ft. f i if . . t - ART RUGS and; 9x12, $17 RAY'S CORNER FLOOR COVERING $2:30 per yard HA RD W ARE It is unnecessary for you to suffer with eczema, blotches, ringworm,-rashes ana similar skin troubles. . A little zemo, obtained at any drug store for 35c, or $1.00 for extra large bottle, and promptly applied will usually give instant reuer from itching torture. It cleanses and soothes the skin and heals quickly and effectively most skin diseases, . Zemo is a wonderful, penetrating, dis appearing liquid and is soothing to ths most delicate skin. It is not greasy, 1 easily applied and costs little. Get it today and save all further distress. "The E.W.Kose Co, Cleveland, O. . . fifiette r. thasi ' Steals There is as nmch. f ood irt a quart of good Ice Cream as in 3 pounds of steak. J Serve it to yaurfzznjiy often. It is easier frozen with, an A?ctl Freezer. George can do it and you'll know its pure and clean if made at borne. Buy one today and be happy. . . . 5.50 fg , 2quart .-..54.75 Ic. .-.-al--' 3 quart . I T ' 1 T." """ "" i r; ' rgoart . G.75 1 Ufe !irt0k ft j. f- T f t """fc l .llini , , in iiinir'Mr-irrTIMii .r " -i f imii-rr -irmnnrtu .ni.iiMir TlMiiimniiiinrf Iriniinliliin xjtimm" 1 Cash; 1 a week to ToiiF Blood Starvm P&Wor Want of Iron? Modern Methods of Cooking and Living Have Made an Alarming Increase in Iron Deficiency in Blood of American Men and ' Women v,:':;,-'-V:;' " : v . Why Nuxited IroS o Quicxiy Helps . Puild Up Weak, li ervous, Kun-uowa Folks Over 3,000,000 People Annually Tak ing It to Increase Their Strength, Power, Energy and Endurance. 4j ! -roar blood starvinc tot want ot ironr It you cre to co without eating tmtil you became weak, thin and emaciated, you barm to yourelf than whra WlueB . you let your blood literally Idnd or man tarve ior want 01 iron iron that eives it atrcnitb) end power to change food -into living tisiue," sayi Dr. Jamet Francis Sullivan, formerly physician of Belle-roe Hospital (Outdoor Dept.), New York, and the Westchester County Hospital. 1 "Modern methods of eookisg and the rapid pace at which peopls of this country live baa made such an, alarm injj increase in iron deficiency in the blood of American men and women that I have often marveled at the large s L?r or jt- m jt (fas I WBJchl ' kind of woman axe you? Special Prices Knight Tires Guaranteed 5000 Miles Sportsman's Supply Store Walter Biggs Chas. H. Kupfrian SOLDIERS LETTER BALKCOM DRUG CO "THE PRESCRIPTION STORE" Phone 19 or 123 PURITY ICE CREAM Made of Pure Cream astd Fresh Fruit Juices. Jackson and D Sts. Phone 1781 FOR RENT Electric Vacuum Cleaners Pensacola Electric Co. Commercial Oeoartmant PHONE 2010 CO. conVRSTON & QUINA West Florida' Oldest Furniture House M'KEE REFRIGERATORS, GLOBE WERNICKE BOOK CASES AND OFFICE FURRNITURE. Always the latest records in stock. PALACE JEWELRY CO. Cilasnea, France, Nov. 11, 1918.! Three months have pased three long and trtying months for our division. In trenches too rotten to describe in shell holes and hell holes in places everywhere, 'twould seen, no living be ing could possibly survive, lived our division. The brave, the bold, the fighting American soldier throughout the A. E. F. who willingly fought un til his last breath was drawn, will for ever be an eternal memory to the cause of justice and humanity. Our division, now that the war is won, . can f roudly claim forever more the Bar Red Arrow as an emblem to a real man's job well done. Our di vision had these men from general down to him who wore no bars nor chevron. They fought in Alsace, on the Marne, at Soissons and in the For est of Argonne they fought on the Meuse, did our division, ; and there staged the last exhibition of love for home and liberty. The work they did is an open book to every one who. care3, to look and when they do, they will say "fine!" The Thirty-Second was in line as Germany was forced to sing. The world today is full of joy. The mon ster beast and human demon is safely somewhere out of sight. So here's the wind of up to former toast. "We will not brag, we' will not boast, we will not say that w did most; but pity the nation, country or clan that dares to lay hands on Old Uncle Sam. For our division will live forever and you bet we'll be loyal forever and ever." - - . (Printed at the request of Mrs. J. H. Tlnsley of Mulat, Fla., whose son is in the 32nd division.) . number of people -who lack iroa in the blood. Memorial Hospital, New Jersey, taytt and who. never auipect the cause of their a to pu roses in weir weak, nervous, tW-down state. -Lack of cheeks and the spring-time of life Into the sufficient iron in the blood has ruined many ep not cosmetic or stimulating drugs. man's nerves and ntterlr robbed him of P6" ot fch P-urf. r5d biuod- .l??a j that vh-ae force and stamina which are so one of the greatest of all strength and blood-; necessary to succes and power in every Wer and unless this iron w obtained , walk of life. - from our food it must be supplied in some rr i j jj ; ' . , , form that is easily assimilated if we want) I trongly dvise those wier fed the po,, power ' energy and endurance, need of a strength and blood-buUder to get J have found nothing in my experience so! t a physician prescription for organic iron effective for helping to make strong, healthy: f" . lrZ?T " TOtloat yt 8 red-blooded men, aid women as Nuxatedi to this trouble, then purchase only Nuxated Iron. . j Iron In its original package and, ee that HumeWui'iiraii lhuMInaUck b pmeriM1 this particular name (Nuxated ; Iron) ap- tmmmradl atxm br phTaieiao i. not m-mt Dears on the' oackae e. rmwly but on. which la w.u koowa to dratgrl. T.rr " ..-''. ' - h. Vnllk. tb. old.r iDorrmolo iron product, ft ! : In commenting upon the value Of Nut- msilr mltniUtl and doM not injur th. wth. mk ated Iron as a means for creating red blood. bn bik nor pm th. rtnnxK Th nutKMnn strength and enrfursnr-e rr Rmr.. W Sxlrntr iatxmtn ud atlr.lr Mtirfaetotr rmlw to Brrengrn inu endurance. ur. oeorje li. parrhr op th.y win refund jour uosv. it u Baker, formerly physician and surgeon, Mon- dunwd by all food drotfiM.. . FISHER-BROWN We Will Bond Sou. 918 PKones 919 UOHISON & FREDERICKSON "'"I Painting, Paperhanging and V ' Decorating 16 West Government Street Phone 534 Sold in this city by Crystal Pharmacy, D'Alemberte'a Drug Co. Pharmacy. Balkcom OUR DIVISION (By 1st Class Louis A Hurtz, 3Jnd Division. Dedicated to every mother's son in the 32nd Division.) . t'ensacola Launch & Ala chine Co. WILLARD SERVICE STATION WilUrd Storage Batteries and Re pair of all Makes Batteries Tro Sets Marine Ways Machine " Shop in Connection. - kFord Cars and Tractors J. D. Anderson, Dealer 19 W. Garden. Phone 1914 Kill Malaria Germs With Dr. Williams No. 101 Tonic Mosquito bites cause maaria. And Dr. Williams 101 Tonic kills malarial germs. These two scientific facts have been proved over and over again. People in the malarial sections loo& upon this Tonic as the finest medicine in the world. One of its ingredients is quinine, which is deadly to the ma- ; larial germ, destroying it as soon as i the Tonic impregnates the system and relieving the patient of all disagree able features of disease. Another In gredient is iron, which strengthens and invigorates and helps the body to repel attacks of any ailment. Another ingredient is magnesia, which keeps the bowels regular and assist in throw ing off the accumulations of waste. Billions of mosquitoes are hatching now for . the summer campaign and if they infest your section, you should have Dr. Williams 101 Tonic. It is a good medicine for any one in poor health. Adv. ONLY THE BEST IS GOOD ENOUGH The business world wants expert help. Let us train you. Pan American College PHONE 51 274-289 BRENT BUILDING Cierges, France, August 11, 1918. They hailed from all corners of the U. S. A., From New Tork City to 'Frisco Bay From the Northern woods to Dixie- ' land -.. .( .-.-And like brothers, all worked hand in , . hand.'. ... The backbone of this mighty division so hard, ' Was made, up of men from the Old National Guard, v . With co-operation of the men who were called They soon showed the enemy they were not to be stalled. They trained our division at Camp MacArthur, - ; , And then in . Southern France some what farther Away from loved ones and home but the. spirit was there And' stayed with Our Division every where." t ";. -. v . . Now Our Division was trained near fire and foe. The way they learned fighting was nothing slow; - They "Got on to a few tricks of the game that's called war." It sure made old "Wilhelm" red-head -' ed and sore. ' - The training was finished, they were harder than steel. Their minds were "all set" their ob jects were clear, Their- duties they knew and only too well, .--';; '"".'.-. For Our Division sure raised some hell. Carefree and happy, without doubh or grunt, Our Division one day left for the "Big Front," ' '- The side-shows weer over, the Main .One was near. But the boys were all "raring," they knew naught of fear. After riding in box cars thirty hours br more, ' ' ' They found themselves near' the bat- tie's front door; -V They could see bright flares in No "Man's Land, Oh, how anxious they were to take their stand. One day in midsummer," 'twas nineteen eighteen, " " Our brave boys were ready to go on . the scene. They waited awhile, then came the decision It meant. Go! And they went Our Di vision. -;v Then somewhere In France Our Di- ivsion began To give "Fritz' 'a taste of old Uncle Sam.; ; -Our Doughboys ; went forth like war riors of old Hats off to them! They were fearless and bold. Powerful Photoplay. John ' Barrymore's ' new photoplay. The Test of Honor," a picturisation of E. Phillips Oppenheim's famous novel, "The Malefactor," will be shown at the la Is theatre next ssunuay. n 10 u. powerful photoplay in which Mr. Bar- rymore ; plays the pan i xim.11 u eacriflces his career ior .a ww"u woman, but who finds nappiness.m ma end. rn rts. ' They showed the enemy that Our Di vision couia iignt, . That we were right and right was misrht. In spite of tbe : fact that the kaiser mad . Threw the best troops against us he ver had- The best that he sent against Our Di vision Were "beat to a irazzie unua condition. ' The mothers, wives, swethearts so fair. The; fathers, sisters and' brothers o'er there. Relatives and friends; they all see a vision. Of their boy , who L is in Our Division. After all has been said, let us ever re member, That many a brave ana xeariess oe- fender Of Our Division, gave up his lire In this the world's greatest strife. In years to come, history will tell Of how our lads have fought and reu Of Our Division American style Forever spoiled Old Hindenburg's - ' smile. This struggle Is not over yet, That 'Our Division won't be released And It's a safe and dandy bet ' Until the enemy is well policed. So here's a toast to Our Division . ., Withf"Boku" courage, an- dstubborn decision, With efforts combined and guns in po sition, - : We'll knock the old kaiser out of commission. Also showed "Heine" what they ' were corps, for ::-c ; ' Were on the job, both day ant night. And helped the good cause With all their might. ' ' - All other units in Our Division so strong, - - Helped make- a showing that will live long.-. ; ; lV- '. '"" '-: They all worked like beavers and never did whine. For our doughboys were driving the "swine" towards the Rhine. Forward and onward Our Division did Driving the enemy and letting him - know That his . days were numbered, : his power gone- His camouflaged army riot worth a -. song.- Through hamlets and villages historic and shatered, Our boys drove the Boche and you bet ' they were scattered. ; They showed "Fritz" no mercy our boys held the line, -Shot straight and oftep., hit every time. Thru acres of forests, j o'er miles of green fields, v Dashed Our Division.7 The Boche kneels - On the ground and cries "Kamerad" Spare him? No! Not a foe like that. For-many a hard day .and night. Our Division sought and did just what was right, ; . , . ' They fooled and beat the enemy at his own game, - .. That's how Our Division won its fame. Day after day Our Divison gained, Until the time was finally . named, ' For them to rest. Brave defenders of democracy, ,' Champions of loved ones and Liberty. Their bodies were tired but not their hearts They Stood the test, they played. their engi- Machine gunners, artillery -and neers, too. Showing the baffled enemy what Our Division, could do; The signal corps also, in muck and in mire, - Delivered the goods with pliers and - wire. . Th Medicos and thos in the Q. M. TIZ" S JOY TO E, TIRED FEET sn Use "Tiz" for aching, burning, -puf fed-up feet and corns or callouses. Good-bye, sore ' feet, burning feet, swollen feet, tender feet, tired feet. Good-bye, corns, callouses, bunions, and raw spots. No more shoe tight ness, no more limping with pain or drawing up your face in-gony. "Tiz" is magical, acts right off. "Tiz" draws out all the poisonous exudations which puff up the feet. Use "Tiz" and wear smaller shoes. Use "Tiz" and forget jyour foot misery. Ah! how comfort able your feet feel. . Get a 25 -cent0 bo of "Tiz"' now at any druggist or department store. Don't suffer. Have : good feet, glad feet, feet that never swell, never hurt, never get tired. . Ai year foot comfort guaranteed br money refunded. Adv. r - - til "7"' f 3:M V . ' v. V hit -' if - -4 V , -si 'i i cnita Stewart m a scene i-om "Virtuous Wivei'" SHOWmtJ AT B ON1TA TODAY. If1 is 3 INCREASE IN POPUtARTTYOF FISH PROMISED "Fish is one of the very real essentials of adequate diet," according to Dr. L. 14. Hirshberg. professor In Johns Hopkins university, and one of the best known American writers on head topics. Florida has available fish in salt water and in fresh water, says the State Mar keting Bureau, in excess of any othar state in the ' union. ; The bureau gives out the following: - "Now that the seas are pen to pur suits of peace, and the world Is sorely in need of food, many problems of ocean geography are likely to be solved In tie course of the quest for deep sea rations. The salt waters around Floriua are known to contain over 600 kinds of flsh-?s. As soon : as we begin to study the sub ject of ocean fisheries we come up against the fact that there is abounding variety and wonderful forms of life. '"Whale meat is now being canned, a.i-1 so is shark, the latter under the name ot Sray rish. Shark . meat Is said to re- semble that of the sturgeon, but its cannibalist reputation is against it. Man's dread of the untried is only equal to his curiosity. It was a brave man who first swallowed, a raw oyster, but now it is a popular astronomical pleasure. , V rejudiee plays a large part in our food purchases. The prejudice against goods in cold storage helps to, keep up prices. Were it not for storage facilities our butter and eggs would only be - lux uries of the rich, and meats would be uearer. rne raomt would furnish . us with food as well as fur if our "don't like it", did not stand in the way. . It Is a matter of fact that "don't like it" and "can't eat" are mainly psychological con ditions, fixed in habit and prejudice. . Our likings are generaly a matter of habit es tablished by repetition. Few persons take kmdiy to caviare, olives or alligator pears on first acquaintance. ,: . : ,-. "Referring to fish again. Dr. Hirshberg says: 'Dietary haDits and household ex travagance along with obstinancy are l?ss or more guilty of the absence of fish from the American table. Actually, the aver age housekeeper knows nniv- ahnnt .0 dozen kinds of fish, instead of a hundred v..,jr tu uuien cimereni . wavs Ot preparing , them, instead of possibly two : hundred tasty combinations. Americans' nt eat per capita one-fifth of the ' En iney should consume.'" v a -v. y.-. '. .'ffi, v.. v L 111 AX J M. . A K-;':,..:.;.:.,:.r :' .W-:'" 1 1 SLIMRLR nOUNTAINi - . THE ONI REELf SUPtR SI'EaAL' . V - - .-r-;- KiriiftWrtinntftiiirrrtfiiM-ii rrfr At the Past me Sunday. The Pastime Theatre ' PHONE 66. Thru' Saturday FRANK LEAD'S NEW YORK SHOW; - . in "Follies and Frolics" Added Attraction STANLEY AND LEA Instrumentalists The Liberty Theatre Thru Saturday Thos. Findlay presents Hazel Joyce and Her Heartbreaking Baby Dolls in "A Day at Saratoga" Songs-Beauty Chorus-Dances .' :fyiyt - .'fit' " w-5riFm? r?;JTS LlfT r, - r.r .rr- i. French general receivinsr the firs : t ball pitched in the opening baseball game' of the Southern France Servio ; e of Supply championship series. Came played at Nice, 'Will 1 jtf-? , 1 '.IT" ' ""'-awp: GILFiLLAN SCOTT Trains Concert Fianists, Teachers and Beginners. Regular Weekly Lesson, at Pupil's Residence, One Dollar; ' , s Single Lesson, Two Dollars. The Clutter Music House. Phone 15. AUDITS Rl T.RAINES COST SYSTEMS Public Accountant Auditor ' American National Bank Building, Pensacola, Fla. ' ' McCasklll Block, IeFuniak Springs, Fla. INCOME TAX REPORTS ' EFFICIENCY ENGINEER CJT THIS OUT IT IB WORTH MONEY Yoa will recele in r:turn a trial nackaia containing Foley's Honey and Tar Coin! Kfi5 t J !m' baache. kidney and hladder ailments: and Fotev Cathnrtie Tablets, a whQjwm ana thoroughly I ior constipation, biliousness. headache. and sluggish bOWelS. Sold Tnhn AAv jawaaitBlBBfMMawaBay ffloimt Building Pensacola,, tto 1 I L 1