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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY MORNING. MAY. 21, 1919.
7 ffO- '0 F) u vk irw " n ' r r n 'r ' Why Lack of Iron Keeps Women Carried Life XI eak, Kervoiis, Fretful and Ruh-Boitb MA1EU HERBERT URNER jr . ""ftr,w : - fir- Accountants, Public RAINES. R. T. Public Accountant- Auditor American National Bank Building;, Fensacola, 71a. McCaskill Block, DeFuniak Springs, Fla. Automobiles. POPK MOTOR CAR G. H. HATS, Dealer. Phone S74 Auto Painting: PEKSACOtA BTTOQT WOKKS Ml-m Fat TntewdenHa. - -. Prior KT Auto Repairer and Accessories. ABBOTT AUTO REPAIR CO. Ml N. Palate street. - Phone 41 A complete line of Automobile Aceeaaorie ' Bakeries. REEDS SAKITART BAKKRT l? N Palafox St. Pbone 494 BEXKBTTS BAKEPT 4?8Wrt Belmont. Phone III Baggage and Transfer, BORRAB TRAICBFKR CO. Dim Ptret Phon 1145 Chiropractors W. GOKLZ . Chiropractor Offic.. Phone 893: Residence. KS-3S1 Brent Bulldtng. Clothiers M. & O. CLOTHIXa BTORS S19-323 South Palafox. Phone HIS CoaLDealers. CART A CO. Of flee Phones 91-119: tard Phones -U4 Dry Cleaning. N'ATIOKATj drt CLEANTICO CO. 18 East Garden St. Phone JS1. Druggists. THE CEXTRAL PHARMACY 100 South Palafox. Phones 1T7-I?t THE CRTS T At PHARMACY SS South Palafox. Phonaa m-KS D' A LElfB TZR TK" S PHABWACY WlSowthPrnHfoT Phone 1M Electrical Supplies PEAKS1 ELECTRIC ft BAKITART PLUMBING CO. ' 19 8. PaUfox Street. Phona S4S BAROCO ELECTRIC CO. 17 Treat Garden Street. . Phone IT LEE'S ELECTRICAL CO. Electrical Supplies ?hone 1874. 101 N. Palafox Bt. REED BINGHAM House "W trine. Electrical Supplies, Contractor. Phone J075 Box 381 Florists. MRS. NEtXJK M. BOYS EN The Only Down Town Florist. IS West Garden Street. Phone lf.00 NORTH HTTJt ORSENERT x-eenhauaea, 91 N. Be Tien Bt. Phona 7 rlowar 8hop, 9 W. Romans, St. Phona SS W Mil 1 PEACE BASIS SREAT NATIONAL. SAFETY FIRST MCtT OF TEAMS OF MINERS FROM- ALL PARTS OF COUNTRY IS PLANNED. Washington. IX C., May 20. Aftfr having devoted almost its entire ener rs toward.- helpins to win the war by giving over to the com on cause Its ex perts, that they might through their Peculiar knowledge develop new meth of destruction for the ejiemy. the bureau of. mines, Department . of the Interior, hs now returned to Its inter upted. ptace program and during the wek of SejiL 29 next wUl formally de dicate to the best Interests of humanity its new ..million dollar laboratories and. workshops In Pittsburg, Pau, with cere monies which will be national . In scope. . ' High officials of the government, to Sether with the governors of the princi pal raining states and the leaders m the reining Industries and miners organiza tions win be present to take part in the dedicatory ceremonies. - . A feature of the dedication will be a sreat. national Safety-first meet, teams cf miners from all over the country competing for cups and medals which JUS BUREAU in THIS i hi -. 'Directory: ; Js Issued Three Times a Week and the Charge $1.09 Per Month Phone 1500 and tell us enter your name under proper classification, v to the Central Trades Council PENSACOLA. TRADES AND LABOR , - ; COUNCIL WM V VcVETR. Sec. ' P. Q; Box M ' Foundries, sii nSiJw8?0 FOUNDRY CO.. il West Main Street. Phona 67T Groceries. MRS. U W. VAN METER ... . Groceries. th Ave, and Strong. Phone 1C57 ,M C5AT GROCERY CO. 419 West Jackson 8t. Phono 15 TCTtnr vi B-k r.. lT1" and Groceries. ? M H. Wright st. Photte 47 - Horseshoinz. O. A. BRIOGS . PracUcaJ Horseshoer 1 W. Intendencia St. Phone 423 Ice Dealers. ... . -PENSACOLA ICE CO. v 10l-10 N. Tnrraswna. j Phones S4-JS9 Job Printers. MAYES PRINTING CO. II West Government 8t. Phone 1S1 Laundry. THE PERFECTION LAUNDRY Dry Cleaning nd Steam maelng Plione 181 Motor Boat Supply Store PENSACOLA 13X5 - JTOXOTrr"4V, SUPPLY CO. 713 S. Palafox St.. Phone 427 GULP MACHINE WORKS 113-117 South Palafox , Phones 161-149 Market and Grocer. JOHN CRESSES, GROCER 924 N. Davis Street. Phone 433 TONY CLEVRO CHRIS CARVEL GROCER (20 N. Gulllemarde, Phone 1I4( B, B. MARKETS Meats - .- Ilf N. D-V!TUr Street. - Phone- 94? Meat Markets. THE PARLOR MARKET 314 Fouth Palafox. Phones 173-174 Merchant Tailors. DAN BROWN. MERCHANT TAILOR CO. Expert Steam C'eawws and Dyeing, -. Suits Pr44 ' 35c. ' 437 'W. Belmont St.. Phon B2J Music Stores. CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE 114 South Palafox Street. Phone IS Newspapera. THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL Daily- Wkly-Sunday Phones: Editorial, 31; Business. 1500 THE PENSACOLA NEWS Evening Except Sundays Phones: Editorial 454; Business, 111 will proclaim their supremacy to the entire country. There will be contests in rescue work and in first aid to the injured, and as there is immense rivalry between the teams of the different mining companies, it is expected that these contests will take at ; lesist two days for decision. : On September SO the elimination contests will beein at Forbes baseball field in Pittsburg and will continue until only, the ' winning teams are left for the final champion- shp contests, which wll take place on October 1. immediately after the elimi nation trials are completed. Souvenir banners, badges and mementoes will be given to every competing team. It is Tinned that the coal operators in the Pittsburg districts, employing thou sands of men, will declare a holiday on the day of the final contests, thus permitting the miners to witness the finish of .what promises . to be the greatest safety-first meet ever held In any country. At the. last national safety first meet, which was held in 1911. there were more than 18,000 min ers preesnt. The contest, are to be open to all teams from the mining and metallurgical industries of the United States. While the national safety first meet will be the spectacular feature of he dedication, other events of importance will be sufficient to make the dedica tion the occasion for a notable gath ering of the engineers and scientific f fhtk rnuntrv. for the bureau is engaged in many tasks outside the safety problems in mining. The dif ferent laboratories of the bureau have been completely equipped for the in vestigation of the various problems relating to, not only greater saieu, Y I ni, ja' li A Optician. 1 tB-. T- O- YATES Expert Optician. Flaher Baildlns; Painters, Paper Hangers. B. B. WELLS ; 1 Raat Qovemment. Phone 775 Photographers. w - CHAS. COTTRELL -19 Ut South Palafox. Phone 1101 kestaurants. e A5E.L9S DAIRY LUNCH South PaUfox Street. Phone 101 Shoe Shops. . SAM CHARLES 8eoe Maker Palafox and Mala Sta. Phone fci "5?T.WKA.R REPAIR SHOP 1081 N. Davlw atroet. Phone 61f CHATTMAN'S ELECTRICAL SHOE SHOP ror City Quality at Village Prices Ship Chandlery. A. SHELIUS a , . Sn'P Chandler.. 711 S. Palafox St. Phono in Taxi Service. V. Q. VENTURA East Garden si S"' Phone 107 Bob's Taxi Phone 833 f.,fJT,c Dy and Night 18 West Garden TJn Workers. .... A.'COX. TIN SHOP 610 S. PrJafox SreeL Phnn. 41. Tailoring. o. ?m0 .TAILORrNG CO. . a t Fttlns; Clothes 80 South Palafox Street Trained Nurses. Rexistery of Trained Nurses at Whtta'a Pharmacy. Day Phone 130. Night Ut Turkish Baths. PENSACOLA HOSPITAL. Phone 143. UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS . REPAIRED Work Guaranteed J. C. Young 103 E. Gregf Wholesale Grocers. CONSOLIDATED GROCERY Ca 201 E. Garden St. Phone 1710 Undertakers. - NORTHUP & WOO. . Undertaken!. 13 West Intendencia SC ' ' Phone 19. but also to greater efficiency in min ing and metallurgical industries. Visi tors win be invited to the electrical and mechanical workshops and labor atories of . the bureau and also to the petroleum, gas and coal laboratories, the testing gallery of the mine safety section,"and the industrial gas-mask division. Another point bt Interest will be the experimental mine of the bureau at Bruceton. Pa,, twelve miles from Pitts burgh, where an . actual explosion of coal dust in the, mine will be staged for the benefit of those , attending. At the experiment . station there is also to be shown a complete exhibit representing the mining and metal' lurgical industries of the country. It is expected that this alone will prove a' magnet for the scientific men, as it will represent the . latest develop ments In these industries only to be brought to gether in such an exhibit. In addition there will be a varied program. Including- visits to typical Pittsburgh industries. The dedication wilt cover three days, eSptember. 29, SO and October 1. Rheumatism is completely washed out of the sys tem by the celebrated Shlvar Mineral Water. Positively ; guaranteed by money-back offen Tastes fine; costs a trifle. Delivered anywhere by our Pensacola Agents, West Glorida Groc ery Co- Phone them. Adv. ' .1 vfryQs. i By MABEL HERBERT URNER. Warren- Takes a" Mortgage on a Smalt ' House and Helen Sympathizes With the Owner. . "Can't see the numbers on Cthes doors," grumbled Warren, as ha scanned the houses on both sides of quiet, dimly-lit Bronx street. "Must be in that row on the next block. "Will we go In?" asked Helen eager ly, for "looking: over a mortgage" was for her a new and interesting experience.- . " . 'If It looks like a good loan. Can't tell much -from the outside. Here we are," pausing in front of a small three story house. . :- ' : There was a light in an upper win dow and a faint hall light shone through ' the diamond-shaped glass around the old-fashioned door. , "Why it's frame," exclaimed Helen. "All these old houses along here are frame. But it's a good deep lot 120 feet. House seems well kept up too. I should say that's good for a three thousand loan. Let's have a look In side." . ,-: ,r:w'- As Warren went up the steps and rang the bell Helen tried to picture the person who she thought might open the door. Since Warren was making this loan through a client through a mortgage company they knew nothing of the owner except that, the name was Tollman. Yet Helen felt a profound sympathy for anyone who was so unfortunate as to have to mortgage their- home. To her this seemed the last resort of some hopeless indebtedness. ; Ehe - had vis Ions of the door being opened by a sad -faced woman, . probably a widow with L couple of children clinging to her skirts. ;- -.-:-:: . There was a sound of steps inside and the door opened. It was a woman but not sad faced, and there were no children. Instead she was a stout, wholesome and Very prosperous 'Ger man woman. Warren stated briefly that he want ed to look over the house, in view of taking the mortgage. ( A Surprise. "Certainly, sir. Come right in. Just wait a moment, 'as they entered the hail, "and I'll light the gas in the par lor." To Helen's surprise there was no evidence of poverty or destitution. The "parlor" was furnished with very high-polished imitation mahogany fur niture, heavily upholstered in rose damask. r There was an upright piano, a num ber of pictures in heavy gilt frames and a bright colored Smyrna rug. The ceiling had been newly done over, and the walls were papered in a large rose and gilt design. "Everything looks well kept up." commented Warren, with a quick ap praising glance about. "May I see the back outlook? The diagram showed this to 'be a good deep lot." ."Oh. yes, sir," leading them through the pack parlor and drawing aside the stiff lace curtain from the window, this is a 120 foot lot." f "Yes, that's a good back yard,' peer ing out Into the darkness. "I believe you have twelve rooms here?" "Yes, sir. i "It's three stories and basement." '"Modern ; pJumbingT "Yes, sir, I had all new plumbing put in two years ago. Would you like to go upstairs?" "I'll take a look at the bathroom." Helen feeling that for her to go would be an unneces ary intrusion waited In V ba"k parlor while Warren and Mrs. Tollman went up. - Instead of being distressed at this Inspection of ., her .house by ,. atrangrs, Mrs. Tollman '.took It quit as a matter of course. "Whac taxes do you pay here?" ask ed Warren as they came downstairs. "I'll juit get my tax receipts, sir," and she ran back upstairs. "Did things look as clean upstairs?" whispered Heden. "Yes, It's an old house but well kept up The plumbing's all new; porce lain tub, good sired bathroom. It' good for thre thousand." Mrs. Tollman came down now ait I gave Warren a blue tax receipt, over it. "This is for half a year?" "Yes, sir. ninety a year. It's asses sed for. five thousand." "Now, I buppoe you've had this title examined?" "Well, no sir, I haven't, but I'll have it done. I know it's all right for my husband bought this house in 1884." ' "In U64," repeated Warren in as tonishment.! r v - ' Yes. sir. you see I was Mr. Tollman's second' wife he was almost twice my age when I married him. That's his picture up there nodding proudly toward a crayon portrait of a portly old man with side whiskers. ."Isn't that a uniform," asked Helen. A Sea Captain "Yes, ma'am, he was a sea captain He ran for twenty years between here and the West Indies. He was well off, but of course his first wife's children came In for their share. This house and the house on Cyprers street that I rent were willed to me and my boy." "Oh, then your son han art interest to this?" observed Warren. "No. sir; not a penny. Every brick and every board in this and the Cy tress street house is MINE!" with tin expected vehemence. His father's will wan that when my boy was twenty-one I should divide half and half. This I have done. A year a.?o . last February I gave him $7000 in cash" and her lips trembled, "and now he hasn't got a cent." "You don't mean that he has spelt it all in that time," asked Heleiv In sjmpathy for Mrs. Tollman had -unconsciously turned to her. "Ye. ma'am, it's ail arone. Ho was a good boy. but he got in the clutches of . a bad woman and she got every cent of his money." - . 'That's hard , 'admitted Warren. It s a pity that you gave it to him in cash." , "That's the way he wanted it and I wanted to keep the house. I had three appraisers go over every inch of this and the-Cypress street house. They appraised it all at fourteen thousand and Albert grot hi3 seven thousand in cash. - I kept roomers eighteen years, ever since his father died, to save that moneyr-and , now it's all gone. That woman got every cent of It. And she is forty old enough to be his mother." Ts she an actress,' asked Helen im pulsively. . "No ma'am, she's no actress. She's the wife of a dentist here. And' now that she's spent all of my son's money she's through with him. At least Tve got that to be thankful for." .. "Hope you're not mortgaging this to give him more," advised Warren. "No indeed sir, decidedly. He has had his share. I'll give him a home, but no more money. He's a bookkeeper now in a furniture factory, getting- only fifteen a week. No I'm mortgaging this to buy some bungalows on a couple, of lots I bought three years ago at Rock away. The lots aint bringing in anything-, and if I jut up a couple of cot- taj-es X can -rent them for $300 a season - Warren Interested Waren, who was always interested In real estate, began talking to her about Rockaway lots, but Helen kept pondering over the boy and the woman . j - - . . . i. .... ul xoriy wnu uau gviuin ins ven uiuu sand dollars. She looked at the mother, wholesome and hardworking, and' thought of ad she roust have suffered as she saw her boy's fortune slip away from him. She was not a woman to give up easily, tor Helen read both strength and character in her firm mouth and chin. But evi dently she had been helpiess to contend with the facinatlon that had held her Son. . Then Helen had tried fo picture this other woman of forty. What had been her power? Wi at did she look like? How had she held this boyjof twenty one? : - ''Well, Mrs. Tollman," as Warren now rose,"yoti ave the title looked up, and yoj can call this closed. . You under stand about the teima iV per cent for three years. "Yes, sir, I'll have MrClaflin, my lawyer atend to all thaL" "Then he can nend the papers around to my office. You have an attrac tive little home here, Mrs. Tollman. Come of these old frame houses a btter built than the flimsy brick ones they're, putting up now." . f "Yes sir, this la a well built house and we've tried to keep it up," proudly as she followed them to the door. "I hope you will be successful with yon-" bungalows," murmured Helen. "Thank you very kindly, ma'am, I nope so," opening the door for them. as they came down the stepe Heler. turned to look back. The little f ram house had an added interest now that she knew its history. She could see Mrs. Tollman's stout form outlined 5n the shade as she reached up to turn out the gas. "This whoU row is pretty well kept up" mus-d Waren, who was surveying tho surrounding houses, intent only on the real estate point of view. "Prob ably all around here own their homes. That loan's all right. "Oh, don't you liko her?" for Helen saw only the. human side. "Couldn't yousee that she was . very fine woman?" . I "Pretty good business waman, too. :he'Il do well with v those Rockaway lots.' - "But think of her working all of those ysarr to eave that money and then to have that toj throw it away." - j :"WelI. she's sensible enough to take it philosophically,. The boy's had hv share and spent it." "Did you notice how she said eve'. board In this house is MINE? I can imagine: how she felt. Dear, if she shouldn't be able to pay the interest you'd make it easy for her wouldn t you? Oh, I'd love to help a woman like that." "Huh, there's no sentiment about mortgages. You pay or you are fore closed. But she will keep up her pay ments all right Those thrifty Germans make mighty good business women. I'd like some more loans as good. She 11 not get behind. Now don't you begin to worry about her." Speedometer Service Station Specialists on U Speedometers Vacuum Tanks, Horns and - Spot Lights 19 East Garden Street Phone 333 T Partridge Insurance - Agency : Now Loeatad at . Room 405 Amtrein Nat'l Bank Bldg. Phone 291 Fire, Aeeldent, Health. Life, Liability, . . . Automobile. . Court Contracts and Surely Bonds. Just Try a Pound of WARFIELD'S COFFEE. -V Phone 15S3. bpecial rices Knight Tires j Guaranteed 5000 Miles Sportsman's Supply Store Walter Bigss Chas. H. Eupfrian Yftile Plenty of Red Diced Ricb in Iron Helps U&ke Tbem Stress, t j' ' ...! i cmd Beautiful. r. f How Organic Iron T Nuxatedxron helps bolre Problem of bup- Dlvine Iron TherebY Strength of Delicate Care-worn - Women in Two Weeks Time in Many Instances Many a woman who ought f still to be young in feeling is losing the old-time vim and Vt energy that makes life worth living I imply because her blood is thinning L X' J OUT ana possiDiy starving WQUnn tauc of iron. It is through iron in the red coloring matter of the blood that life sustaining oxygen enters the body and enables the blood to change food into living tissue, In commenting upon the alarming iron deficiency in the blood of the aver age woman of todayj Dr. George H. Baker, formerly Physician and Surgeon Monmouth Memorial Hospital of atronrly emphasized the fact (bat doctor New Jersey said: should prescribe tnare organic iron Nox- mm., j t ated Iron lor their nervous, run-down, . i. ll.TZZTtSZLt fJ? ihm weak. bgrd lookins; women patient! cheeks and th e " JL ,! , , ; " ilzTf Lack Ihe blood mar often trans. r?U r?rr.?wliS P VitW ,ar beautiful sweet-tempered worn, a V'iSSL J?rid toWself to into onm who u eros' ' d irritable ' ltZ.ZZml?jr;.LlJ"l! Z .'l? -?ne who malce. Ufe a burden to.berlf. strength and blood builders and I lo?neS fo mmXt7oTlthrrrl viuducu wvuicu mm iiuAcu ituu. rion careful examination of the formula and my own tests of Nazatcd Iron I feel convinced that it is a preparation which any physician can take bunstli or prescribe tor bis i tients wkh the utmost confidence of obtain- Ing highly beneficial. nd .factory remits." Ut. reramana lung, a ivew xork fnyai- strength agaia and see bow much you have eian and Medical Author says: "I have gained. 'For Red Ofood, Strength and Endursnco Sold in trrts city by Crystal Pharmacy, D'Alemberte's Pharmacy, Balk com Drug Co. , . SALVATION NELL. Who is it makes the doughnuts for the : doughboys brave ; And sacrifices time and strength as doughnut slave? If you will read these lines the story it will tell Of a very fine young lady I've named "Salvation Nell.' She starts her work quite early I think the hour is eight And never ceases tolling until at night quite late. : . -i .;' "V ' She makes the doughnuts tasty the boys say "They are swell!' So let us sing the praises of our good "Salvation Nell." She always has a pleasant smile for all who meet her there. And also has - a charming way that drives way dull care. She does her work so dauntlessly, not learinjr shot or shell. That we. have how all learned to love i bur own Salvation Nell.' . The boys start coming early to form the growing line; Some try to get a hundred of these . doughnuts so fine. Funny are the stories that you hear the "doughtes" tell To try more than ; their share to get from fair "Salvation Nell" The nearer to the front, she is, I know " it pleases most. And though her work is dangerous you never hear her boast; So don't think "they are joking when you hear the Tankees tell - Of the bravery and sacrifice of good . "Salvation Nell." . - Countertenor faayiin iue Jse-w lork fcesJUi authorities had a lirook .lyn maaafactarer sentenced to the penitentiary for sailing throagbawt the United States mlilTloTMi of "Talcum powder' tablets as Aspiris Tablets, Don't ask for Aspirin Tablets say "Bayer!" Don't buy Aspirin in a pill box! Get Bayer package! Don't forget that the "Bayer Cro" is your only, protection against dangerous counterfeits. The genuine American owned "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" hive been proved safe by millions for Pain, Headache, Neuralgia, Toothache, Earache, Rheumatism, Lumbago, Colds, Grippe, Influenzal CoSds, Joint Pains, Neuritis. Proper dosage on every "Bayer" package. Boxes of 12 tablets Bottles of 24 Bottles of 100 Also Capsules. Aaniria is the trade mark af Bayer Hannlactcre of ItoaoaeeticacidcsteT of SaUcrUcaod Healthy Deficiency, -v- Increasing the t and Endurance muscle and brain. unMarafiie tor ner Husband, and disaaree-' have .kl. t..r rkiUr. .k. !l "mCn' "e - it you are not strong or well you it to yourself to make the following test: See bow long you can work or how far yew can walk without becoming tired. Next k".?!,, Z " S? ?I7r "Jmr w take two Besides the fancy doughnuts which w say are very fine, . There are chocolates and candies for the boys far up the line; And the service ia "tres bien," which Is French for "very well"; 'Tis due t otoil and kindness of "Miss Salvation Nell.". We cannot praise too highly the work ; she likes to do, Because there's no. one else that does so much for you. So when we get back home,' boys, we'll have a lot to tell Of all the good that we have had through our "Salvation Nell." I must not forget to mention, or I may fail to please. That just a little credit is due to our "JI. P.'s" . Who help to keep the lines and see that all goes well; They do .their best in every way to help "Salvation NeUL" Now all that I have said I hope you'll find O. K. . Because I try to tel the truth" in every thing I say; So wishing you good luck and all else that's good as well As coming from a grateful Tank to grand "Salvation Nell." LAMARINE WAFERS EAT LIKE CANDY. The ideal medicine for delicate sys tems. They relieve headache, bil iousness and constipation without dis comfort. Mfg. by Lamar in Labora tories, Atlanta, Ga. Adv. y v Don't fail to say to druggists "I want 'Bayer Tablets of Aspirin in a Bayer package." The genuine ! Buy only the regular Bayer pack age with the safety "Bayer Cross' upon it and on each tablet inside. Sfq)0TU(A) u