THE PEN SACOLA JOURNAL' STTNDAY MORNING, MAY 18, 1919.
TKESE TIES PICK
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if vou please, lYou won't
lirxi them running
around with every Tom,
Disk and Harry, for the
patterns are exclusively
f o r good dressers.
f ' - ' '
r Prices 50c up
$ - . . ,
ar d if you like good
looking ties you'd bet
ter get busy NOW and
m atch up every shirt in
4;'" 4.. ..' 2 f :--ywm ft-.... dk-k MCMMMMa
& B. Hoffman & Son
' : Best Goods, Lowest Prices.
ET East Gregory. Phone 825
IfALKCOM DRUG CO
-THE PRESCRIPTION STORE"
Phone 19 or 123
PURITY, ICE CREAM
Made of Pure' Cream aad
Fresh Fruit Juices.
, 3i ckson and D Sts. Phone 1781
J Electric Vacuum Cleaners
Fensacola Electric Co.
IS U AT
DECORATION DAY EVENT8 WILL
BE CONDUCTED FOR SERVICE
MEN BY WAR CAMP COMMUN
Plans are being: perfected for a biff
celebration to take place on Decora
tion Day, May 30, under the auspices
of the War Camp Community Service.
Through the courtesy and cooperation
of CoU J. I Hughes, the entertain
ment will be held at Fort BarrancaS,
as this place is ideally fitted for open
air entertainments, such as being'
planned on this occasion.
The program, while not yet fully
complete, will embrace a baseball game
in the afternoon between teams from
the army and navy, to be followed by
other athletics events. Bathing in the
fine surf may be enjoyed, as two bath
houses, one for men and one for wom
en, are being constructed. Through
out the afternoon and evening music
"The Store for Women"
EXCLUSIVE SHOP FOR READY. TO.
WEAR AND MILLINERY
MARSTON & QUINA
Went Florida's' Oldest Furniture
M'KEE REFRIGERATORS, GLOBE
WERNICKE BOOK CASES AND
Always the latest
records in stock.
We Will Bond You.
918 Phones 919
JOHNSON & FREDERICKSON
Painting, Paperhanging and
T 16 West Government Street
B0RRAS AUTO SUPPLY CO.
) - 117-119 W. Garden St
i, automobile Supplies and ' Accessories.
' Agents fcv
,7ord Cars and Tractors
J. D. Anderson, Dealer
19 W. Garden. Phone 1914
- for face maasage.
, Phone 1C9
"A-GOOD DRUG STORE
The Parlor Market
Home of All That's Pure
Fresh Western Meats
POULTRV, EGGS AND GREEN
ITS PHON ES 174
16 North Palafox,
will be furnished by the Fort Bar
rancas band and dancing will be par
ticipated in during the evening.' .....
The -navy and-', a, large .number of
townspeople will be Invited' and a large
crowd is expected. Enthusiastic In
terest Is already being manifested in
The War Camp Community Service
will issue passes to Pensacolians who
will be expected to take basket lunches
and Vie service men, both of the army
and navy will be guests at the basket
picnic to be spread between the hours
of 6 and 7:30. rancing in the pavilion
will begin at 8.
A complete program of the various
athletic events to be .put on will be
announced within a day or' two. ,
For Wrinkhd Faces
Those who have tried all sorts of so
called "wrinkle removers" in a vain
effort to lose those unwelcome traces of
ago. Illness or worry, can scarcely find
words to express their delight with the
wonderful saxolite formula, once they
hsve siren it a trial. The suooess of this
method is due-not alone to its marvelous
effectiveness upon the deepest lines
and crowsfeet, as well as upon the very
fine ones but also to its surprisingly
?uiok aotlon and its entire barmlesaneas.
ts simplicity is another commendable
feature, for one need only dissolve an
ounoe of powdered saxolite in a half pint
witch hazel, and bathe the face in this
solution. At once a remarkable trans
formation Is beheld.
It is not only the effect on wrinkles
end creases that is so notloeable. but
facial oontour is remarkably improved
and the faoe looks muoh younger. One
should be sure to ask the druggist for the
Ewdered saxolite. The lotion, being!
refreshing, is particularly grateful to
FERRY PASS BOYS
AGENT J. L. SMITH
About a dozen members of. the Es
cambia County Agricultural Club were
brought to Pensacola from Ferry Pass
yesteday by County Demonstration
Agent ,J. L. Smith, who carried the
boys to the Pensacola piggery, the
Richland farms and other places of
interest to members of the club. Most
of the boys in the party were' mem
bers of the Pig Clubs anH were much
interested In the methods employed at
the Pensacola piggery.
Mr. Smith carried the boys down
to , see the county commissioners and
also brought them In to see the Jour
nal's plant. The trip was made in MrV
Smith's automobile. . .' :
SCHOOL NUMBER 105
COLORED MADE GOOD
SHOW AT CLOSING
AFTER. ARMY TOUR
D. W. Berry, who recently received
his discharge from the army, has re
sumed the practice of law with an of
fice at 402, American National Bank
building. Mr. Berry practiced' law in
Pensacola for about a year berore en-
tering tnT5'army.! He was admitted to
the bar in 1917 and to practice in the
district court in the same year. . He
studied in the office of Hon. John C.
Avery and will have an office with
him. ' .
Mr. Berry was a member of Bat
tery 2, Second regiment, F. A. R. D.
The closing exercises of school num
ber 105, colored, occured Wednesday
night at the K. of P. hall. A play
entitled. "A Floral Festival," was pre?
sented with credit to an appreciative
audience. The promotion certificates
were presented the following day.
This school has run independent of
the Parents-Teachers Association, and
since its extension last December has ;
been maintained .in large measure by
contributions from parents, teachers
and friends, .approximately $150 hav
ing been thus obtained, $6 from schooj
101, M. Wingate. principal, about $40 ,
from parents and friends, and nearly.
$100 from entertainments during the
month of April. For this assistance
and other support the teachers of the
school express themselves as very ap
preciative. . . '.. '' '
The principal. M, Leo Gaskln. and
her assistants, V. Patten and G. Brown,
stated that they feel much concerned
fora better attendance and more homo
study during the next term. , j
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tin Crn Box Onlyl
6o."i and velvety. Money back if not en
tirely pleased, riadine is pure ana narca
Jess. Adheres until washed off. Prevents
sunburn and return of discoloration.
A million delighted users prove its value.
Tintst Flesh, Pink. Brunette, White.
By ToiUt Counter or Mail. . 60c .
National Toilet Company. Paris, Tenn.
IS MARRIED WHILE
AT HOME ON LEAVE
Lieut. Webster Mv Wright, of the
naval air station, : returned last night
from leave of absence While on leave
Lieut. Wright was married, his bride
being Miss Mabel Lawrence, of Cin
cinnati. Mrs. Wright did not return
with the lieutenant, owing to the se
rious illness of her father. -
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Ask for "Bayer Tablets p Aspirin" lira Bayer
package-marked vi "g Cross.,
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age with the safety "Bayer Cross" on
both package and on .tablets. No other
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"Bayer" means - you are getting the
genuine "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin,"
proven safe by millions. of people,
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cently 'a Brooklyn manufacturer was
pent to the penitentiary for flooding
the country with talcum powder tab
Jets, which he claimed tr be Aspirin.
In the Bayer package are proper di
rections and the dose for Headache,
Toothache, Earache, Neuralgia, Rheu
matism, Lumbago, Sciatica, Colds,
Grippe, Infiuensal-Colds, Neuritis and
Bayer Tablets of Aspirin." Amer
ican made and owned, are sold In ve.it
pocket boxes of 12 tablets, which' cost
only a few cents, also in bottles of 24
and bottles of 100 also capsules. As
pirin is the trade mark of Bayer Manu
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FOUNDED ON E. PHILLIPS OPPENHEIM'a "THE MALEFACTOR"
The woman had said she loved him and he, like a fool Innocently cause4
her husband's death.
Then In the crowded courtroom, she denied him, said she hardly knew
him. - '
What could he do? How could he acquit himself? COULD he acquit
himself? Come to see -
Girla, what would you rather be a princess or the
.wife of the man you love? One grirl had to make this
choice make it with her in
"THE GREAT RO MA N C E
A Stirring1, Romantic Drama to be Shown
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Starring HAROLD LOCKWOOD
-SMILING BIIJL PARSONS in "Breakfast Food"
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HARRY T. MOREY
A Throbbing, Pulsing Picture from the Blue Boole .
Story "JUNGLE HEART" i
A Vitagraph Feature in Five Acts . 1
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" THE IRON TEST"
Benefit Daughters of Isabella
MUSIC BY GARDEN'S POPULAR ORCHESTRA
Mayes' Printing Co.
17-19 W. Government
Phone 181 t.
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THE LIFE INSURANCE MttT
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