THE PftNSACOLA .thttpv AT,. STTNDAY MORNING, MAY 18, 1919
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TODAY Coal shortage already in sight.
TOMORROW It will be a reality, stern, serious.
TODAY You can order for the winter and get it. -
TOMORROW Is full of doubt, a nxiety, misery for the unprepared
TODAY You can protect yourself and family.
TOMORROW It will be too late. TOMORROW gets closer every
day. ; -
TODAY Phone 6, 93, 119 or 134 and we will say certainly, right
away, as many tons as you like.
TOMORROW We will have to say not a ton in town, expect a car
next week. A word to thf wise is sufficient.
MONTEVALLO PIPER C ORONA EMPIRE EBONY
Highest Grades of domestic Coal v
YARD NO. 1
YARD NO. 2
Tarragona and Gongalez Streets
Garden Street and Barrancas Avenue
l MANUEL KU ESTER.
The funeral services of Oscar Man
uel Kuester, three and a half years
old, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar M.
Kuester. whose death occurred Friday
night at 8 .o'clock, will take place to
day. The funeral party will proceed
from the family residence, 613 West
Gregory street, this afternoon at tnree
o'clock to St. Michael's church for the
service and interment will he in the
family lot in St. Michael's cemetery.
The pallbearers will be Frederick
Kuester, Charles Durant, Thaddeus
Durant and Frank Easter.
There is none so goon.
Chero-Cola Bottling Works.
Credit cheerfully extended.
The newest styles in Clothing
Ifor Men, Women and Children,
i Pay only $1.00 a week.
26 South Palafox Street
Let Us Renovate Your Old
Pensacola Mattress Co.
940-948 E. Romsna St.
' Escambia Wood Yard
WE HAVE IT
The Kind That Burns
$1.50 and $2.00 a load
Pensacola Shoe Hospital
We do expert shoe repairing and
use best quality materials.
Phone 359. 102 E. Wright St.
20 is. PALAFOX sr.
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Let Us Be Your Milkman
r ; Pasteurized Dairy Products
J j PENSACOLA DAIRY CO.
t M 123 W. Garden St. Phone 1321
"The Home of Good Service"
OPEN ALL NIGHT
214 South Palafox Street
Beauty More Than Skin Deep.
There Is an old saying that beauty is
only skin deep. That may be so with
those who get their beauty out of a
box but not the genuine sort. Beauty
is really only another word or good
health and no woman who is bilious
and constipated can reasonably hope
to be beautiful. 'Chamberlain's Tab
lets will correct these disorders, then
with proper diet and exercise there
is no reason why any young woman
with regular features may not hop
to be beautiful. Adv.
BRUCE DRY DOCKS
$4,000 FIRE LOSS
HARRINGTON MOTOR CO.
105 N. Palafox St.
Distributors tor Maxwell
The offices and store room of the
Bruce Dry Dock company took - fire
at 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon and
were a total loss. The fire was the
most spectacular one Seen in the city
for some time, due to the highly in
flammable nature of some of the ma
terial burned including several barrels
of oil and the department was obliged
to fight for three hours to gain com
plete control of the situation. The
building was a rough frame structure.
T.' A. Johnson, secretary and treas
urer of the company, stated that th-s
origin - of the fire was Unknown and
that the loss amounted to about 54,000.
about one half of which was covered
by insurance. It was also stated that
a number of the workmen at the plant
lost their tools, the fire starting after
Saturday knocking off time.
. Usually gives quick'. r
lief tiar entirely relieve
many seemingly bopelesi
case. Swelling and ahon
breath soon gone. , Of tea
gives entire relief In 15 to
26 days. Trial treatment
csent FREE. DR. THOM
ASE. GREEN. SUCCES
SOR TO DR. H. H.
SHEEN'S SONS, Box B, ChAUworth.
Local News Briefs-
Myros Baggett, of JJcDavid, : was
tried in the court of record yesterday
on a charge of violating the liquor
laws, and was found not giiilty by a
jury. There was no other business n
Sheriff Van Pelt and Deputy .. Hall
yesterday arrested -Robert Bascom, on
a 'charge of larceny of goods frdm the
Southern Grocery company, also Wil
kie Douglas for receiving stolen goods.
Probation : Of ficer Sam Pinney is
looking for two truant boys, J. B.
Turner and Philip Pierce, on request
of their parents, and says that ; he
will appreciate any information leading
to their discovery. They are believed
to be in Pensacola.
Ed "Wright, negro, was fined $5 and
costs yesterday morning in the police
court for wife beating, and had no
sooner gotten out on the street In
front of the city hall than he began
to repeat the offense with energy. She
ran screaming to the officials and her
obstreperous spouse was soon behind
the bars again.
Let Us Plan Your
We've made hundreds of cheerful
homes for those starting out anew, hand-in-hand
on life's journey. You want your home furnishing to be
substantial, in good taste, refined, serviceable and econom
ical. Our experienced judgement will be of great assis
tance in providing all these essentials within your appro
We are prepared to outfit your home
complete from parlor to kitchen. We're prepared
to offer you a convenient, extended payment plan, too if
you want it
iams Furniture Co
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" ' IS A WATCHWORD WITH ME
iTOU WILL BE, TOO, IF YOU TRADE
YET PRICE IS A SECONDARY
"EVERYTHING IN DRUGS"
THE H01ME OF
PRICE 15 and 25
EVERY TRIAL A SATISFIED CUSTOMER
Hamilton Russell, P. D.
A MISTAKE MADE BY MANY. ,'
Don't wait for rheumatism to indi
cate diseased kidneys. When you suf
fer pains and aches hy 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. Begin taking today.
Good results follow the first dose.
Sold everywhere. Adv.
A VELVETY SKIN
Nothing is more prized by women
than smooth, velvety skin. And a
good, clear skin is something that Is
within the control of most women if
they will only use
an old tried and true skin remedy. It
positively removed ugly blotches and
scaly patches. It cures eczema, ring
worm, tetter. Itch, and all skin affec
tions. It is really a very meritorious
article, sola at drug stores. Shap
trine Company, Savannah. Ga. (Adv.)
. "Only the Best"
Druggist and Prescriptionist
212 South Palafox Street
Popular Prices Prompt Delivery
& B. CAFE
SIP E (CD AO.
S QJ Rl ED A 'if; EED D II E m
Welch Grape Juice
Hoyt Bros. & Co.
A rather serious automobile accident
occured last night at the corner of
Jackson and J streets, when the cars
of Joe McCall and It. A. Adams col
lided head on. Neither of the occu
pants was injured seriously, but the
machines were considerably damaged.
the car of R. A. Adams getting the
worst of it. Both of the drivers were
arrested by the police on a charge of
II. Houghton, who for 18 years was
engaged in the hardware business in
New Mexico, has come to Pensacola
to live. He has retired and in lookmg
about the country for. the prettiest
and most promising town decided that
Penracola was the place for him.
. Dr. Saunders has .returned to
7 TEAMS ARE SERVED
LUNCH BY LADIES
Team captain3 and all team mem
bers met at the First Methodist
church last night and made plans for
the whirlwind , campaign which is . to
start at two o'clock this afternoon,
when an attempt is to be made to
raise the entire church quota. After
the meeting a luncheon was served
by the ladies of the church.
.Team captains and members are as
follows, the first name given being
that of the captain: 1 J. W. Andrews,
C. R. Burgoyne. W. J. "Watson, J. H
Baylm; 2 W. B. Cole, A. R. McAllis
ter, Jack Holland, W. A. Freeman;
3 B. II. Park, D. L.. Lamar, W. B.
Dillard, C. Hartsfield; 4 N. C. Mc
Millan, W. C. Mackey, J. H. Collins.
J. C. Clark; 5 J. G. Pace, Fred Ham
mond, E. Y. . Morgan. J. L. Mayo,
6 L. V. Holsberry, C. M. Braxton,
E. Kaselack. A. A. Gunn; 7 Jv A.
Kirkpatrick, Charles Hall W. "W. Hill,
J. W. Malone; 8 E. R. Malone, J. F.
Dusenberry, T. V. Hannah, G. C. Rob
inson; 9 C. S. Brjerley, J. P. Moore,
Phil Smith and Mr.' Wainwright.
90 East Wright St.
Change of Ferry
MONDAY, MAY 19
Leave Mulat 6 and 9 a. m. and
1 and 5 p. ra.
Leave Escambia 7 and 10 a. m.
and 2 and 6 p. m.
Mulat 9 a. m. and 5 p. m.
Escambia 10 a. m. and 6 p. m.
1 he CKNTfCAJL PHARMACY
"to t. Heart of Pmucou
The Home of
QUALITY ICE CREAM
Finishing Picture Framing
and Films Ansco Camera.
Mount Building v Pensc&olaTZQ.
WOOD! WOOD! JVOOD!
WE HAVE IT
ESCAMBIA WOOD YORD
PINE BLOCKS, ALSO SPLIT WOOD, OAK AND PINE
All nice dry wood w
Your Order Will be Appreciated
Foot 10th Avenue and Intend encia Street. Phone 2315
31.50 and $2.00 per load.
The Pensacola branch of the Jewish
Welfare board, whose many entertain
ments have been , enjoyed by men of
all branches of the service, will bring
their activities of the welfare center,
24 West Chase street, to a close June
The final dance will be given next
Thursday night, in honor of returning
overseas boys: Clarence Frenkel. Sid
ney B. Dannheisser, Aubrey Weiland,
Leopold Heinberg, Louis Berlin. Louis
Rosenau and J. Greenblatt. All men
of the service are cordially invited."
Just What He Needed. V
X used a bottle of Chamberlain's
Tablets some time ago and they proved
to be Just what I needed. They re
lieved me of indigestion, toned up my
liver and rid me of headaches that
had been subject to. They - did me
a world of good and ' I will alwaWj
speak a good word for them." writes
Mrs. Volta Bahkson, ChiHicothe. Mo.
No better way to keep cool during the hot
weather than using Gas for Cooking.
No hot kitchen when ' you use Gas.
So time lost building fires. Cooking with
Gas is the ideal way.
Our All-White Enamel Range is a beauty, so
easy to keep clean ; no stooping or kneeling to get
at the oven.
3all at our office and we will be glad to show
you the different styles. Prices from $24 up, sold
on easy terms.- ."
PENSACOLA GAS CO.
25 and 27 East Garden Street
Gas the Faithful, Efficient Servant
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