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'allmark Transf er Co. i it Kinds ofHaulinsr ah Heavy Hauling a Specialty Phone 618 fliCLOVER STUDIO n iafl N. Palafox St. v. Place Where Kodax. Finish- Uayes' Printing Co. ' Office Supplies 1-.19 W. Government Phone 181 We Furnish the Home Complete or Lt Us Renovate Your Old Mattress. Pensacola Mattress Co 940-948 E. Romana St. Phone 1515. EXIDE BATTERY AND SERVICE STATION THE JNITED AUTO CO. 4 s. Byln tret Phone MS rREMICH&SONS f' r-- TU. Satisfies -meowr- ' Kemicn j'g grocery opccKua Always Satisfy PHONE 722 -Let Us Make You Make Good With a Kodak." REYNALDS MUSIC HOUSE Pensacola Shoe Hospital ie qo expert, biiuc icvuiu6 use best quality materials, hone 359. 102 E. Wright St. TRY LIPTON'S TEA The WELLES-KAHN CO. AGENTS - READY-TO-WEAR STORE If It's New You Will Find It Here 9 and 11 South Palafox Street CARY&CO. Highest Grade Domestic Coal Order now for Winter ; Phones 6, 93, 119, 134 WATCH WINDOWS POSS NEW DRY GOODS STORE 31 8out Palafox Street Change of Ferry Schedule MONDAY, MAY 19 eave Mulat 6 and 9 a. m. and 1 and 5 p. rn. eve Escambia 7 and 10 a. m. 2 and 6 p. m. Sunday Mulat 9 a. m. and 5 p. m. Gambia 10 a. m. and 6 p. m. BICYCLES New and Second hand TIRES, REPAIRS Wilson -Biggs Co. '"Home cf the Dayton" 24 South, Palafox Street '- v. . HTHE SYRUPwitK an -f- irresistibly delicious flavor that makes every meal, more palatable and nutritions. scientific blend of corn and cane. Economical. , Healthful. Red Label Can at your Grocer's. ' SOUTHERN SYRUP COMPANY MONTGOMERY BIRMINGHAM -JACKSON H&TSEl.lSBIBBIS NEWS BRIEFS. The. police court yesterday made findings of guilty against twelve per sons . apprehended by the officers of the city. Eleven received fines, rang ing from $3 to $10 and one was turned over to the probation officer. Six of the cases were for fighting or disor derly conduct,' three for lewdness, two for careless driving of automobiles, and one for letting c hickens stray Into the (gardens of neighbors. Miss Daisy Hallmark has returned to her work as public stenographer at the San Carlos; after a prolonged absence. Captain and Mrs. King have returned t TTWTSwi if I J W f ; 1 1 ti F m a :r t 3 ft .1 l ft.,aai -ti a fccpcpean T&. teeo. Esst awana tokwHu 4 fair maud c ijjiI al Oar rata mr aawar tv fc) aar f writ im f immm at ar tiw &auia lnoHfl at Cam Pgaatfar jrinntmnai alTnartani Scdk you? frimib TT&ere on arts most ITkmy to "meet thua "t TIjc txaingccsj -"CEjtjy - every conLfort- iczxd , convenience fcnotm to Tnodeni hotd -wtrir v ona half the cert cf .the sxrac fioxacssasdzdas ia the jlown -tosn'hotftK in Automobile Hjowtis rarare escconsmodaHons crcpcrfsct end it is the raecca of .taoSqr-toxaistSm HcsUenttf of ytxir tnry? rcsjxHwfiagltaTw&S 6 cdrercag. haw helped to make The Lcxinsaon oae of dte oast toccrffM hacels in Chicago and for tii we thanfc x them. Yea etc inrited to write fat jieivuont, or to wire at ocr expense, with erery sssarmce.af service, hcspttalky xnd tnooirnitaan.in.charTa. Intestate Hotel Company HEfiJJAN TTA". 1cIreaSdeot THE PENSACOLA from a month's vacation trip to Nova Scotia, . .: Walter E. oVigt of Mobile is a guest at the San Carlos, being in the city on business, for one of the steel com panies, with which he is connected. Permits have been issued by City Building Inspector; Wolf e for the erec tion of two large garages. One at 204 South Baylen street, 80 by 83 feet and costing about . $7,500. is being ; built by C. Thiesen. The ptLr, on West Romana, ' near Baylen, being built for J. E. Kramer, will cost about $3,000, and , is already under construction, ap plication for a permit having 4 been made several weeks ago. - Tony Bisazzo, a South Palafox street merchant, complained to . the police yesterday that some valuable chickens " o.-. Cmji i ? 4 .jt. JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY MORNING. MAY 21, BARRACKS New in proportions and design. z6 inch points With the reinforced Oblong CablcCord Buttonhole. had been stolen from his jalace of busi ness. ... Noclue to 'the thef t has . yet been discovered- The case of Roy Baggett, charged with assault, was . the only - one . tried in the court of record yesterday, and the jury brought in . a verdict of not guilty.' .-, Two civil actions were Settled by consent, the ono of Fred Hamilton against; M.. D. ! Iambert, and the , one of. Reuben Gant against; the L. & N. R. R. Hamilton will receive $139 and Gant $75., . W. B. Strickland, of the Gentry Strickland Company, leaves today with his family for Fort Deposit and Mont gomery. After a short visit with rela tives he will proceed to the northern markets to make purchases .-for his company. " , ' ' . ; A. Gerstenzang, southern representa tive of the Great American Mills, of New York, will be at the San Carlos next week to display hosiery. Superintendent of Waterworks 3.' I Sweeney, reported yesterday that dur ing the month of April 75,521,000 gal lons of water were pumped; This a greater amount than was ever before pumped in a single month in thi3 city. ' - , . C. A. Green, formerly a member of the ; police force, has been appoint 1 a constable by Governor , Caflts. He succeeds W. II. Kyle who was recently appointed . to be mounted ' policeman. Mr. Kyle was relieved from duty Mon day by the city commissioners along with 24 other city employes. 5 Charles Mertlns, of this city, has arrived In New York from France, ac cording to information received yes terday. " He has been overseas about two years. . W. I Bogart, of this city, who is In the army has been transferred to Camp Merritt, N. J., to Camp Jackson, South Carolina, for discharge. He is expected home in a few days. Members of the Osceola club held their regular monthly business meet ing at the club last night, followed by a banquet at which covers were laid for between seventy-five and a hun dred. ;'.' ' . Mr. . and Mrs. W. S. Hamblln and Mr.' and Mrs. H. M. Cobb, formed a partyi motoring down to the city yes terday from Century, to spend the day here with friends Return of Railroads and Wires to Owners (Continued From Page One.) dent's declaration on that point left no doubt he was through with any possible scheme of permanent reten tion';. .- . . .:; . "The telegraph and telephone lines." said the message, "will, of course, be returned to their owners as soon as the transfer can be effected without ad ministrative confusion. The railroads will be handed over to their owners at the end of the calendar year. "Though we are as far as possible from desiring to enter upon a course of retaliation." - he said, "we must frankly face the fact that hostile legis lation by other nations is not beyond the range of possibilities and that it may .have to be met by- counter leg islation. ; "Although the United States will gladly and unhesitatingly Join the pro gram of international disarmament, it will, nevertheless, be a policy of ob vious prudence to .make certain of the successful maintenance , of.' many strong and well equipped chemical plants.".. '.. ; Makes Feller Feel as "though rted had some-thin Post Toashes HI 'iioh (of&rs . OLDEST BRAND IN AMERICA (j . C-k. wnp t com... co. te. . t. JtHr SHIPPING NOTES The big British freighter Matador, from Tampico to a European port with cargo, came in- port yesterday, after-, noon for bunker coal and was anchored out in the stream. It is expected that she will begin taking her tonnage dur ing, the day. , , . The Australian steamer , Austra.1 cralg, which -' came in ; port Monday afternoon for bunker coal, was. busy yesterday afternoon taking her ton nage at the chutes of the O. F. & A. railway. he is expected to be ready today to proceed to, Port Arthur where it is understood . she will take cargo. The American steamer Oregon, from Nicaragua, with a cargo of mahogany logs is due in port today. She is ex pected to discharge cargo, here and take cargo of lumber. - The steam tug IeRoy went In dry dock yesterday . for a few days .for the purpose of having her bottom scraped and repainted, some slight re pairs otherwise will also be made. . The schooner Crescent, formerly of the Liutz , Shipping Company, taken over during the war, after . having been in dry dock for some time at the Bruce ; Dry .Docks has gone to Mobile to take cargo for a West In dian port. Ol-TUARIES. assssigis Erg MRS. MARY E. CLIPPER. , Mrs. Mary E. Clipper, 40 years old, died at her home, 407 North L. street, yesterday morning, after - a 'long Ill ness. - Mrs. Clipper was the daughter of .Mr. .and Mrs. George Mayne, . of Pensacola,. by whom she Is survived. She is also' survived by thre chil dren, 4 Etta, , Cora and Russell Mayne; three sisters, Mrs. J. H. Benson, Mrs. J. I. - Sharritt and Mrs. R. H. Whit comb; two brothers. George Mayn-s, Jr and T. W. Mayne. Burial will be at St. John's cemetery at four o'clock this afternoon. , ' The funeral , services for Chas. J. Adams will take place at the family residence, i005 West Chase street, at 5:30 o'clock this afternoon, the Rev. Father Fullerton of St. Michaels church of f iciaiing. Interment will be at St. Johns cemetery. The pall bear ers will be C. Ling. Frank Dubuisson, Eugene Roch, Chas. H. Born, B. H. Fairchild and Chas. Van Matre. SOLDIERS LETTER : 2 IS My Dearest Friend: Just a few lines to let you know my whereabouts and that I am well and alright and I hope this will find . you enjoying life line. ' ; - I suppose you are surprised to hear from me in this part of the world, as I am, myself. I did not expect to be here as X ; thought my chase would lead me oJa different route, but It so happens that it leads me away up the Switzerland border among vthe Alps mountains. - - I am at' presen. telose to Geneva, Switzerland, an dit is one of the most beautiful mountainous countries I have ever seen. I am mailing a couple of pictures to you with this letter that shows where I am and I hope you get them alright. Please write me soon and let me. know how all is. 7 ' , Dearest tfriend,' 1 will surely be glad when my work is finished over here and I can come back and tell you that I have done my part and did it well and then I may be able to take a' rest and feel at. ' ease ? fo ' rawhlle. ." I will try and see you all as soon as possible, but will not promise you Just when, as I am awfully busy nowadays with few stops, only touching the high places here and there. I may be in the States or Russia this time and the next time I write I may be In England or Soaln. It is hard to say where my place ! is half the. time. 4 1 will surely be a hap py fellow when I can say I have fin ished with this foreign service and quer peoples and get back where I can speak my own native tongue, , I am going to give you my next two or three movements. Cant say for sure but I think they will turn out in this, wayi C I am at this .writing in a little village - somewhere in Europe called Racey Sur-Ource. I think I will be In Paris next week; will try and drop you a few lines from there. But I. think you will hear from me prob ably in Switzerland. England or Lon don and from there I guess my next will be from Germany. After then my whereabouts will again become known. They are having some awful times In Germany and Austria now. It is fierce. I am enclosing to :you an idiam In which It states , about the division I am with and its part in the Alps and Vosges mountains where it was surely tough for us, and also in" the Argonne Forest and around Verdun where some of the ' fiercest battles weer' fought, also a couple of pieces of poetry I fix ed up. I hope you will like it, .and a leaf from the : Argonne forest picked out with a needle. Keep It for a sou venir. jWell. my friend, I hope this will find you much Improved and doing fine. I must close, hoping you all the best of luck In the world. Well, Mrs. Dykes, do not forget me as I will return sometime. Tell Mag gie to write to me and give her my best regards and give Grace my love and tell her to ,. write. Tell all the boarders "howdy" for me. Write soon and tell me all the news. I remain. Your friend, . Sergeant Alvin Williams, Co. 6th Div. Am. Train, A. E. F. France. Sergeant Williams is the son of Mrs. Arteen Williams of .this city. . , GARDEN NOTES -. - Tomatoes All Summer.-. How about your tomato plants, gar deners? Are- they strong and stocky J 1919. Watson, Parker Exerything LAST DAY 35c, 40c, 45c Curtain Nets, Curtain Marquisette and Curtain Swisses, plain and fancy patterns, new goods, special 25c yd Deacon Dobson thJ It will taste all the better says National War Garden Commission,' pf Washington, which will help you ft Z by sending you a garden book 05 a, two-cent stamp to pay. postage. ' This little bird must delve and dig. to find a worm or catch a pig, to feed th hungry mouths you see, a-gapin wide invthis old tree. She has to rise at half past four, when "he'd much rather lie and snore, but she's a worker from Podunk, and ne'er from duty will she flunk. She sets th' pace for Mr. Mann, whd buys his eatin's in a can, until he sees how mighty cheap, this little bird her young can keep. He thinks about his home' grown flock, and starts at once to takin stock, and figures out how he can save, by rais in' stuff th stomachs crave. And then he starts his seeds to buy, and digs' his garden plot on high, then throws his joints right into low, and straightway starts his seeds to grow. Now Mr. Mann Is f eelia big,, because he like: th"-bird did dig., and soon his livin' cost hell cut, fcy'gettin' out a' buyin' rut. Th' garden now is doinV fine, and soon, his little flock' will dine, on home grown eats fresh from th' soil, where father, earned 'em with his toil. or weak and leggy, asks today's bul letin from the national war garden commission of Washington. If the little plants -which you started in seed toxes are5 crowded, -either prepare an other seed box "in which to transplant them two inches apart each way or fiower pots, strawberry boxes, or tin cans. The object is to get them where they have room to grow and spread. If you must use rather "leggy" plants set them deep so part of the stem is underground. Roots will form on the buried stem . and soon a good system will, push the plant , along nicely. :9":;.r:::';-': Tomato plants should be set in the open as soon as danger from frost is past.. Set them 18 inches apart, in rows three feet apart if they are to be staked and pruned to ono or two stems. These stalked and pruned plants will ripen the earliest fruit. "BLUE RIBBON" TALKS Ask for Blue Ribbon Vanilla and Lemon. The best is the cheapest because it goes further. Better than Steak There is as much food in a quart of good Ice Cream as in 3 pounds of steak. Serve it to your family often: It is easily frozen with an Alaska Freezer. George can do it and .you'll know its pure and clean if made at home. Buy one today and be happy. 1 Xrugfirrune & Reese Co. to Wear. OF SALE ECZEMA, i OLD SORES, ITCHING SKIN Blood Poison, Risings, Bumps Pimples, Bone Pains, Cured by Prescription C-2223 Stop Paying Out a Lot of MoseJ for Expensive Trips for Baths and Get Well at Home at Slight Cost. Great I Many of our readers will be glad to know that they can now get Prescrip tion C-2223 at any of our home prea eriptlon druggists. It la all prepared and so don't cost much. Dose is Indi cated on bottle, so you can eaaly cur yourself at home. C-2223 la liquid, ana and taken Internally purifies and en riches your blood, sending m flood o pure rich blood to the skin surfaces. Joints and every part of th body Pretty soon th itching stops. Ecxema and old sorM. pimples, ridings and bumps are healed. . Bone pains on? rheumatic aches are stopped, your sktn takvB on the glow of perfect health. It would cost a good deal to consul c a fepeolalLst, but you can get his prtm sriptlon at little cost by asking for Pr 3c?-lptlon C-2223. Zt also drains out of our system all the urlo acids and lm purities trot cause aU the sores anj imora. pains and aches of rheums Vism. , (fill STRAIGHTENS OUT - KINKY HAIR Herolin Pomade Hair Dressing is not sticky or gummy. Finely per fumed. You like to use it. Takes the place of straightening irons. Makes your coarse, kinky, snarly hair soft, lnstrous, long, straight and silky. If your hair is dry or wiry try Herolin. It cleans dand ruff and stops falling bair. Hero lin sent by mail, PBICE 25 CENTS, stamps or coin. Agents wanted everywhere. Write for particulars. HEROLIN MEDICINE CO., . Atlanta, Ca, CLOTHES at only $1.00 Weekly. We clothe Men, Wo men and Children on Credit. Wide selection at attractive prices. Gentry-Strickland Co., 26 South Palafox Street. 2 quart . . .4 . . . . .$4.75 3 quart . . ...... . 5.50 4 quart 6.75 1 Cash; 1 a week rC II it i S.. hi" in iin-.ni im.' ii ii ' . "1 t ii.