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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 20, 1919.
"MELSOIfS xoill make you proud of your hair' The particular colored people of the United btates use -.... Nelson's airDressIng For more than so years Nelson's has been sold and recommended by drug stores everywhere. Nelson's makes stub born, curly hair soft, glossy and easy to manage. It isjme for the scalp, relieves dandruff and makes the hair grow. It is important to get genuine Nelson's. TVe tkis .dvertisemwtt to tk. drug Htm, nd besure to get th. genuin. NELSON'S Nelson Manufacturing Co., Inc. RICHMOND. VA. X8S PERROL DAVIS Colored ftirl of Tunpo., Fla.. ay tker 1 no Hair dr5ini ' like Nelson's. Send us "Jour photograph if you use NELSON'S. -For Burning Eczema ST. MICHAEL'S TO GIVE CONCERT THIS EVENING Ft Michael's school will give the fol- the school this Indepen lowing program at evening: Overture "The Spirit of dence Orchestra. . . Musical Moments Violins: F. Green but, J. Roth, F. Geri, J. , Massey I. Quina, P. Cumraings, D. T. Johnson, j e. "Watson; Piano :C. Marques. ; Duet T. Hilliard.and C. Jtiera. THE FAIRY'S CARNIVAL." One Day's Rule in Fairyland. CASTE jtajor Manuel Gonzalez Jiajorie ". ...... Mercedes Johnson Queen of the Fairies,' Sylva - ' . , ; Lillian Massey Kin? of the Fairies, Silver Thorn.. Leo Keuster Fairies, Elves, Brownies. ? -Mother Goose Louise Eccles Mother Hubbard ... Johephine Eccles Ked Riding Hood ....... . Alma Eccles Piano: Catherine Marques." THE MISSION TF THE ANGELS Gypsy" Life M. Brandon and-L. Mas sey.. " . On Patrol M. Johnson and M. Eran don. ' Greasy salves and, ointments should not be applied if goo4 clear skin is w,a, F"m any drujjgisf for 35c, or $1 .00 for large size, get a bottle of Zemo. When applied as directed it effectively removes eczema, quickly stops itching, and heals skin troubles, also sores. ' burns, wounds and chafing. It pene trates, cleanses and soothes. Zemo is a clean, dependable and inexpensive, antiseptic liquid. Try it, as we believe nothing you have ever-used is as effeo tive.and satisfying. The E. W. Rose Ca. Oevelaad. O. BACK TO THE GOOD OLD U. Our Flag Boys. : SJate Militia Orchestra. S. A. U.S. EMPLOYMENT BUREAU REPORT SHOWS BUSY WEEK ine report or the u. S. employment service for the past week shows that there, were 54 new registrants, includ ing ten Service men. Fifty-three men, mcjuamg au me service men, were referred to prospective employers, and 42 men : were afterwards reported placed, including 13 service men, three or tne latter; being cases pending it the beginning of " the;: week. Four service men were transferred to other localities.; There were but five calls for. help.' . Mr. McNeir stated that he believed ORCHESTRA . Piano Miss C. .Quina; Violin Miss Hilliard, R. Brady, T. Johnson; Clar inet J. Campodonica; Trombone Chris A. Johnson; ; Drums F. Campo donica. -.:'-. Cinderella Little Miss Muffet .. Little Bo Teep ...... Fairy Godmother . . . Simple Simon Jp.ck Horner AUadin Fairy Dancers M. Fox, Durant, C. Riera. Duet Adonis Galop L. D. White. Trio The Bud of Promise L. Eccles, J. Eccles. SHOES WEAR LONGER When you walk in comfort: so do stock ings. A package of Allen's , Foot-Ease, the antiseptic powder to shake into the shoes and sprinkle In the foot-bath, Kives you tiiat "old shoe" comfort. Allen's Fotf-Kase f tons the pain of bunions. corns and calluses, and makes tight or new snocs ieet easr. Ladies can wear fhoes one size smaller with -the same Pomfnrt t .ti l- ; . - -- Kane in each-shoe in the morning."" Sold D. White T. Hilliard M. Pearl . J. M. Koch T. Johnson .'. J. Massey C. Diaz, L. Massey and R. Quina, SNOW WHITE CASTE Princess Snow-Vv'hite .... M.-Brandon Queen C. Marques Prince C. Hilliard Carl, the Huntsman ......... F. Riera Forest Children Magdalene , Johnson, Fannie Villar, Nellie Gonzalez, Mary Lambert, Isabelle Hurly, Leona Burk hart, Muriel; Condon, ; Alma Eccles, Jacqueline Brandon Ferdinand Gon zalez, R. Bosso. ; Dwarfs II Roch, J. Sweeney, A. John t son, B Jack, K. Bonifay. . . .. SCENE I. . . Festival on the occasion of Snow Whites Birthday. ' r ; .-. Duet Gaiety Polka L Hurley, and L. Burkehart. . " - Trio A. Epples, M. Condon, I. Flores. SCENE II. : In the Forest ' Lustspiel Overture M. Johnson and C. Quina. - - SCENE III. A Room in the House of the Seven Dwarfs. ' ' La Zingana F. Wesley. , .". - SCENE "TV. Grounds Near the King's Palace. ' The Return of the Heroes C. Mar ques and S. Quina. THE WEAVER'S DRILL. Little Corporal Violins: J. Roth, P. Cummings, J. Massey and F. Geri. everywhere THE JITNEY STILL JITS. Recent articles on the war tax lust levied on soft drinks, confections, etc., nave given rise to some misunder standing, and the Wm. Wrigley, Jr., Company issues a statement to the effect that .the 3 per cent tax on chew ing gum does NOT affect the retail dealer or the consumer. Mr. Wrigley explains that the manufacturers stand this tax, and there should be NO CHANGE in the price charged for your package of Wrigley'S Spearmint, Doublemint or Juicy Fruit. In other words, the jitney 'still jits. Thanks, Mr. Wrigley. Adv. A FOOL AT 40 1 ; It !s an old proverb that every rnai$ is either a foaL-or a physician at 401 Well I foolsKl along for 40 years In th flrug business and practice of medi-1 Fine before I perfected a blood medi- fina that I thought and knew I could Direr the public with impunity. : I have perfected ''Number 40 Toi The Blood," and to " show, you that i o not wish to fool you I will send you your money by mail if ypu return, the front of the carton with the state- cient that you have tried one bottle? bf "Number 40 For The Blood" with-j put satisfactory result for any scrofula CJ3 disease, for blood poison; chronia rheumatism, malaria, chronlo llverj and stomach trouble, constipation, or. fit fact any disease for which it is recom-J friended. J. C. Mepdenhall. Evanavillei Ind. Sold by Crystal .Pharmacy. adv! M ni. TTTAT?TT?5 " The. funeral services of Mrs. Frances E. Bridgman will be held at her late residence, 1320 North Fifteenth ave nue, at 3 o'clock this afternoon. "Burial will be at St. John's cemetery. The pallbearers will be Messrs. B. Stewart, H. . Thompson, Harris, Mattlmore, Clark and Jerauld. , . CHARLES J. ADAMS DIES FOLLOWING A SHORT ILLNESS Charles Joseph Adams, better known as "Jack" Adams, 'died yesterday morning at his home, 1006 West Chase street, after a brief illness, aged 47 years. A native of Baltimore, Mr. Adams had lived in Pensacola a quar ter of a century, and was for many years driver of a tank wagon for the Standard Oil company. He leaves a wife, formerly Miss Amy Adkinson, a brother, George, of Balti more; a sister, Mrs. H. M. Berry, of Miami, and four daughters, Mrs. ' Lil lian Brady and Misses , Violet, Josie and Goldle. Mrs. Brady is visiting in Miami. Arrangements for the funeral await word from the relatives in Miami. Services will probably be held tomorrow. V ATARRH For head or throat Catarrh try' the vapor treatment ?SVA left's tYOUR BODYGUARD" -SO 60M1.2C j t THE Success of Dainty Bakings or a Substantiai Dinner is assured Ly the use o . RISING; SUN risIng FLOUR An added zest for every meal. WELLES-KAHN CO., Pensacola, Fla. f MR. DWIGHT ANDERSON Artist Graduate and former Faculty Member of Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, will acept pupfls in Piano, Harmony and Counterpoint dm IXiiy, June, July and August. For appointments Address: 1403 East Let Street, Pensacola. Habitual CoQstloation 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. . special attention of possible employers should be given to the last mentioned item, of the report. The bureau is re ceiving, very few calls ( for - help in proportion to the number of men placed, which places it under a con siderable handicap in doing efficient work. Mr. McNeir feels that employ ers, by cooperating with him, can at once perform a patriotic Service and supp'.y themselves with men from the war service who have had the best of discipline. .". Now Is the Time to Ge Rid of Your Rheumatism. If you are troubled with rheuma tism get a bottle of Chamberlain's Liniment and use it according to th plain printed directions. You will be surprised at the quick relief which it affords. No Internal treatment is re quired in cases of chronic" or muscular rheumatism. All you need Is to use this liniment freely. Adv. - She Set a Good Example. . "I keep a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy In the house at all times and have recom mended it to many friends and ac quaintances who have used it with good results," writes A. O. Newell, New Kensington, Pa. - Should you not do likewise? Think of the pain and suf fering that must, be endured when medicine must be sent for. Adv. CANDY THAT KEEPS THE BOWELS RIGHT CO w EMSSIONERS UlAR iLY M LD REG w The board of city commissioners transacted routine business at their regular meeting yesterday afternoon, the item of most general interest be ing the reading of a communication conveying the information that the telephone company would collect the advance rate from its customers and deposit the advance portion as pro vided by action, of the court, sub- Chocolate Flavored Wafers In stead f Nauseating, Griping Drugs. Sickening, nauseating calomel and ,oil are dreaded by so many people that the evils of constipation are often 'preferred to these drastic drugs that act with uch violence. But It is no Bonger necessary to subject the system .to such heroic treatment. The bowels jean be kept regular and all the 111 effects of constipation avoided by the use of LA MAR INE WAITERS, a de lightful chocolate flavored wafer that has all the necessary medicinal efficacy to cleanse the system thr oughly. Tet their action is mild and gentle without the ellghteet unpleas antness. Simply dissolve one of these Wafers in the mouth at bedtime, and thorough results will follow with ab solutely no unpleasant effects. LAM ARINB WAFERS are sold at all drug stores, at thirty cents a package. Get a package today. LAMARINE WAFERS. Adv.! ject to final action of the court, which action is expected by the end of thi3 month. A request for an ordinance grant ing a gpur track on Alcaniz street was referred to the commissioner of streets. A request of H. M. Young for readjustment of street assessments was filed. G. H. Hinrich's certificate of nomination at the April primary as democratic candidate for' commis sioner at the June election was filed by the party officials and Mr. Hin rich's " statement , of campaign ex penses, as required by law, was also filed. The bonds of Comptroller Walker and Clerk Heinberg were re ferred to the city attorney. The bid of F. D. Hagerman for auditing the city books was accepted, the price be ing $$200 for each half year audited. A bid for concessions atBayview Park by Austin Wolf was referred to the proper department, as was also the petition of citizens for the im provement of Davis street, and the request of the management of the Bonlta theater for certain street sign privileges. The estimate of the city engineer for laying a sewer in Gov ernment street and other thorough fares was received and filed. w 9 - . N 'JM'fittT & That we AtuM . - kSkjJiSm Wy . the Earth are rallying fe,- W That we may have justice, humanity, peace all the peoples of the Earth are rallying under the Christian flag TJnxxr rKn t the sHattered rem- nants of the earth are slowly com ing together, the Methodist Epis copal Church, South, is proving faithful to the vision and is setting itself to the task of bringing the world again to its knees and to God f The flag of Christianity is being unfurled from the pinnacle of the world, and man is having his faith rebuilt so firmly that no thought will ever recur that God has for gotten his people, as in the dark days of the war when everything was drumblirig and falling, before the wild devastation of big guns. r' This Space Contributed by YSw1 iv.w 'v vc,EJi Jh v.irif ww t i . iff The good that will come through the wise expendi- ' ture of thirty five million dollars c an not be meas ured nor foretold. Our own' generation and, the generations to come will walk in the way of knowledge ana nnxu. xaiW because we have recognized our duty. All good citizens, therefore, upon reflection, should naturally wish God-speed to the Centenary Can paign. Will you do your part in this big work! i . The date of the campaign is the week of Sunday, May 18th. to Sunday, May 25th. Send your check now to the Treasurer of the MetJi odist Church in your city. Don't delay. " . - . ' - ii if ; .1 v ; H i Jl