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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SATURDAY MORNING. MAY 24. 1919.
3 s ONY CLIVERO 5 GROCERIES SPECIAL FOR THIS WEEK Si MO riair. Flour, 2 Mb. bags . . Plain Flour, 12-lb. bags ...... S. R. Flour, 2Mb. bags . . S. R. Flour, 12-lb. bags A-No. 1 Flour, 24-lb. bags . . . A-No. 1 Flour, 12-lb. bags Rice, 10 lbs. for ............ Sugar, 10 lbs. f or . . . . . . . . . . . Alaga Syrup, per gallon Alaga Syrup, per 4-2 gal. ... Alaga Syrup, 1 1-2 lb. can . Karo Syrup, per gal. . .... .. Karo Syrup, per 1-2 gal.. . . . . Karo Syrup, 1 1-2 lb. cans . No. 1 Tomatoes, 3 cans for . , No. 1 1-2 Tomatoes, per can . No. 2 Tomatoes, 2 cans for Lard, per lb. ....... ...7 V. C. Pork-Beans, 2 cans for . Octagon Soap, 3 bars for ,. . . . . W-Powder, 6 pkgs. for ..... Chile Concarne, 2 cans for . . Sweet Corn, per can ....... American Sardines, 2 cans for Brooms, 4-str. for ........... .. . . ...... .V. . Tomato Paste, 2 cans for .......... . . . . . . . . Delivery to Any Part of the City Corner Coyle and Gregory. PHONE 620 If ; ; II j . L" " "" 'llL'l I, r i.,-. m. . il nil I in. I .... -..,., ..i. ,. , ,, .i, - Y11niK,.l7, -,.... Jl"""-1 , ; a , EXIDE BATTERY AND SERVICE STATION THE UNITED AUTO CO. S. Baylsrt street Phone 348 Let Us Renovate Your Old Mattress. Pensacola Mattress Co. 940-948 E. Rororma St. Phone 1515. J.P.REMICH&SONS "The Store That Satisfies" Remich's Grocery Specials Always Satisfy PHONE 722 "Let Us Make You Blake Good With a Kodak." REYNALDS MUSIC HOUSE . .va. mjm.Jisj.M heh Pensacola Shoe Hospital We do expert shoe repairing and use best quality materials. Phone S59. 102 E. Wright St. TRY LIPTON'S TEA The WELLE S-KAHN CO. AGENTS READY-TO-WEAR STORE If It's New You Will Find It Hero 9 and 11 South Palafox Street CARY & CO. Highest Grade Domestic Coal Order now for Winter Phones 6, 93, 119, 134 JESS WATCH WINDOWS POSS NEW DliY GOODS STORE Alw . - - - I-L : : BICYCLES New and Second hand TIRES, REPAIRS Wilson - Biggs Co. "Home of the Dayton" 24 Southx Palafox Street, $1.60 ..80c $1.65 . .85c .$1.65 . . 85c $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 . .55c . .15c .:75c . . 45c . . 15c 25c . .10c . . 25c . 25c . .25c . .25c . . 25c . . 25c . .15c . . 15c . .45c ..15c THE EMPIRE WAY takes out all dust and dirt and makes your clothes last much longer. CLEANERS PRESSERS DYERS Phone 322 and let the EM Pi RE man call today. "Where Linen Lasts" CARD OF THANKS. We Ixiw in humble submission to the will of our divine Heavenly Father n the departure of our beloved wife and mother. We wish to thank the many Pensacola friends for their kindness shown us during the sickness and death of our loved one. We wish to especially thank the Salvation Army workers lor their tender interest and care; also our friends in the engineer department of Fort Pickens and our frjends of Pleasant Grove. We thank you from our heart depths. (Signed) JOHN RfCH AN0 FAMILY. elief From That Headache Don't let a headache make you mis erable. Get rid of it! One or two Hollan's Headache Tablets will quick ly give you the desired relief. Tou ought to have a bottle of these little headache removers handy a the time for instant use when needed. Hollan's Headache Tablets are made according lo a scientifically correct formula and atiafactory results in cases not only of violent headache, but also in fevers and neuralgia and rheu matic pains. Hollan's Headache Tab lets are sold in drug stores bottles of 24. tablets, 30c. Be sure to get the genuins with HHT stamped on each tablet. There are none "just as good.wj Adv. THE CLOVER STUDIO 196 N. Palafox St. The Place WThere Kodax Finish IsWell Done. Mayes' Printing Co. Office Supplies 17-19 W. Government Phone 181 We Furnish the Home Complete V-,, , -. A . in r General Von Kluck Said Von Kluck to the kaiser. "We'll take our Christmas dinner In Pn h b march our victorious armies through. o.u.ls iU1 iilc ui.uHe(, vve win.;- ' Uandsberg put ihgare the oness&kd arrived-asjzmtouishei r tH Instead of 'conquering leaders there arrives In Paris a group of delegates sent to sign the peace term that the allies dictate, headed by these men who have come to power through the fall of the kaiser gang. And the;11 be kept under guard and march between high fences from their hotel to the place of conference with the allied delegates.1' a - g M NEWS BRIEFS. a ill si iiSiiiaisiEg Much coal is being moved now to Cuban ports by the Aiken Tow Boat and Barge company. , The latest move ment left yesterday when two barges with cargo left port---in tow of the tug Seaking. These barges came Jn from Cuba only two or three days ago and were reloaded immediately arid cleared for return to Cuba, y Mrs. F. J. Commyns of 200 West Tn tendencia street, who has been ill at the Peneacola Hospital is convales cing. - Friends of -Mrs. Edward Thomas of East Zarragossa street' will be glad to know that she - is recovering from an operation at the Pensacola Hospital. Mrs. A. F. Kelly of 113 East Inten denCia street has returned from the Pensacola Hospital and will go to New Orleans to be trented at .the Turo In Srmary. She is much improved in health. Senator Stokes arrived in tlis city from Talla"hassej lasi. night to attend sessions of the county court of record. Leon A. Carter, second engineer on the Emily, a ship well known in this port and which is now in New York, where Mr. Carter left her a few days agx, has arrived in the city to visit relatives. Since leav ingr Pensacola some months ago The Emily has touched at South American and West Indian ports. A fire call from 710 North Guille marde at 12:13 yesterday afternoon brought the department to a small dwelling controlled Jyv the Wason Agency and occupied by Mattie Pace. The only loss caused by the blase was slight damage to the roof. Burglars entered the store of A. Henry "White & Bro. late Thursday night and helped themselves to a sup ply of the finest suits, overcoats, s'noes, hosiery, valises and other articles. Traces of their work indicate that en trance was made at the rear of the store, possibly from the Second story. No arrests have yet been made. ? The police court had a busy day yesterday, disposing of 19 cases. Three cases were continued, 2 no-prossei, 2 turned over to the county and 12 found guilty as charged, and f'ned. They covered a variety of offenses of a draw this plum, said to be worth be- ( - " - it ' ... , Franklin D. Roosevelt, assistant ton when the girls first doffed their ' I: km ; Wilhelm We'll show the French what we an That was back in 1914 Crockdorf - Rantzau FIRST METHODIST EPWORTH LEAGUE TO HEAR ENSIGN WATERS Ensign Harris Waters, XT. S. X., of the Pensacola naval air station, will give an interesting talk on his experi ences in Japan which will be an inter esting feature of the evening services at the First Methodist church tomor row evening, conducted by the Ep worth League of the church. - Ensign Waters was born in Japan his mother and father being mission aries in that country and has spent a great portion of his life there. A cordial invitation ..is extended to everyone to attend. A special musical program has been arranged which will be announced in the Sunday Journal. j The centenary campaign will be closed j at this service and a report of the drive will be given. ,-----.. .-.---. BUSINESS COLLEGE INCREASES FACULTY ACCOUNT NECESSITY On account; of the growth of the Pan-American Business College it has been found necessary to add more teachers to the faculty. Teachers that will measure up to . the standard of this college are hard to be found and the v owners of the college feel very fortunate in securing the services of Professor E. Chester Hendley, B. C. S; Professor Hendley has an enviable record as a teacher. He is a graduate of the Bowling Green Business Uni versity and has been teaching in Plamfield College, New Jersey. Pensa cola is very fortunate in having a business college that maintains the high standard that the Pan-American Business College does. CITY COMMISSIONERS TO HOLD SPECIAL S E SSI ONTO DAY . "The city commissioners will hold a special sessionNjn the city hall this morning at 10 o'clock for the purpose of revising the registration lists. Any persons ' whose names were not on the list printed during the week and "who know themselves to be entitled to vote in the coming election should meet the commissioners at that times and present their case. - We are proud of the confi dence doctors, druggists and the public have, in 666 Chill and Fever" Tonic -adv. ; - 4 1 it ,y, avv. rAviewed the several hundred yeomanettes In "Washing- jsecretary of the navy viewea uie mUormm. That very night the ther Diue ana omi --- Frederick William . Said the kaiser. "We will. Well do." Echoed Willie, who was Giesberts w . 2 MARKET REPORTS g New York, May 23.' Cotton futures opened barely steady. May, 30.15; July, 29.87; October, 28.S0;- December, 28.40. January, 28.15. Cotton closed steady. - July, 30.02; October, 29.C4; December, 28.54 and January, 28.40. New Orleans, May 23. Cotton fu tures opene steady. May, 30.79; July, 29.79; October, 28.06; December, 27.72; January, 27.55. Spot cotton, steady and unchanged. Sales on the spot, 2,575 bales; to arrive, -1,400. Low middling, 25.63; middling, 30.38; good middling, 31.38; receipts, 2,280; stock, 430,613. Liverpol, May 23. Cotton spot, in good .demand ; prices strong; Good middling, 20.48;- fully middling, 19.98; middling. 19.38; low .middling,. 17.8a; good ordinary, 16.18 ordinary, 15.65: sales, 10,000; bales, including "800 American. No receipts. Futures closed irregular. May, 19.14; July, - 18.46; September, 17.50; October, 17.10; Jan uary, 16.53. Liverpool, May 23. Weekly cotton statistics: Total forwarded to mills, 70,000 bales, American. 56,000; stock. 516.000, American, -325,000; imports, 51,000, American, 34,000; exports, 7.617. New York,' May 23. The early rally met increased offerings and the mar ket became unsettled later in the morning owing partly to near month liquidation. May notices estimated at 5,500 bales were reported in circula tion and. before trading in that de livery ended at toidday, the price broke to 29.60 or 90 points net lower. Later months sold about 25 to 39 points net lower with July touching 29.62 and October 23.60. A private report makes the condition of the crop 77.8 and estimates the . reduction in acreage at 12 per cent. GRAIN AND PROVISIONS. - Corn - Open . Close July'... ... ... 1.65-4 1.65 Sept. ... ... ... 1.57 1-2 . 1.57 7-8 Oats July ...... ... 68 t , Sept. ... ... i.. 611-2 r- 64 3-8 Pork ' " '- May .. .... ... Y 53.90 July ... ... ... 49.10 Lard ; , July ... ... ...30.80 V 20.80 - Sept. ... ... ...30.50 30.30 - Ribs ' : July 27.23 27.15 Sept. ... ... ...26.70 26.60 - Chicago, May 23. Corn No. 3 yellow, 1.801.S1; No. 4 yellow, 1.79; No. 5 yellow, normal. Oats: No. 3 white. V - -A P. cousJn of the late T, r. is the Vatson, Parker & Reese Co. ' Everything to Wear. ' See. Our Win do w of BOYS' SUITS today Suits for the Graduate, the Sunday Boy, the Little Worker and Play Fellow, including Wash Suits. Prices 1.25 to 17.50 LLLLL.UUUI l ill U UUIL U LaVUJ Presented By HIGH SCHOOL MUSIC CLASS High School Auditorium Monday and Tuesday, May 26-27 v:",':. 8P.M. . Build Up the System mportant That You Get Back Your Strength as Soon as Possible irrvnn who has had the "flu" finrta the svBtem in a weakened and' run-down condition, the nervoua sys tem all upset, the appetite gone, and & sreneral good for nothing leennjf pervades the entire body. This Is the effects of this stren- iimin disease. It always leaves its victim so weak and debilitated that there is as much danger from its after-effects as from the disease it self. In other words, after an at 69(5:70 1-2: standard. 70 1-2G271 1-2 : Rye No. 2, ".1.49 1.51; barley. 1.1 6 1.24; timothy, 9.0012.00; lard, 33.00;: ribs, 28.0028.75. . - . . The market' closed . unsettled 3-8c lower to 3-4c advance, with July 1.65 1.65 1-4 and September, 1.57 7-81.58. St. Louis, May 23. Poultry: Tur keys, 37c; - seese, , 16c; othenj un changed. 4 Butter, unchanged. Eggs, 40c. -- "" PAINTER AT BUGGY WORKS IS BADLY HURT IN A FALL Harry Pierce, a painter employe-1 at the Pensacola Buggy Works on East Intendencia. street, fell down the shaft at the plant last night about 10 o'clock and broke his right leg t-bove the knee. Mr. Pierce lay suffering intense pain for nearly an hour before he was dis covered by his son and daughters, re turning from the theatre. The po lice and a physician were then notified at once and Mr. Pierce was removed to the Pensacola Hospital. The fam ily residence is at 214 East Intenden cia street. Y. W. C. A. HOSPITALITY HOUSE AT CHAUTAUQUA TO BE OPENED THIS YEAR ., A Y. ;W. C A. Hospitality House is to be opened this year at Chautau qu. I'Yiin a house which has been purchased by the national board of the- WE ARE PRUD OF THE CON FIDENCE DOCTORS, RUGGISTS c AND THE PUBLIC HVE IN 666 It Has Proven Its Efficiency in the Treatment of Malaria, ChiH3 " and Fever, Bilious Fever, Colds and La Grippe It Killa tha Parasitet That Causes the Fever. " 658 is the most speedy remedy we . know; it will soon break the fever and tJin if taken as a tonic the fever will not return. You can give it while the rfever U on or off. 666 is a fine tonic for pale people. It builds up the blood corpuscles to a red, healthy condition, glvlng a nat- jural. healthy, complexion. I 666 quickly relieves Constipation, BUiousnes Lot" of Appetite. Foal tmm :liTrT .... -7-.-r THEY REACH THE LIVER. Are you tired of -iuing bad tasting calomel, oils and pills that art $9 drastic that they leave you weak and tick? If to get a bottle of Lamarina Wafert, the delightful, laxative and note how nice they 'taste and haw pleasant they act. " At all drug stores 30c per bottle. If your druggist can't supply you send order direct. They will be sent prepaid. . MAKCTACTCTED BY ' LAMARINE LABORATORIES, ATLANTA, GA. After "Attach tack of the "flu you ne4 thor ough tonlo to rebuild the ytem so that you can have your oW-tJma strength and vigor restored. Nothing- can. equal S. S. S. tor com pletely restoring your strength and vitality after you have had this dis tressing disease. This splendid rem edy purifies the blood, removing all disease germs, and builds up the en tire system. S. S. S. is sold by druggists every where. If you wish medical advice, simply write to Chief Medical Ad viser, 255 fiwift Laboratory, Atlanta, Ga., who will give you such advice as your case may need, without costi Adv.j Y. "W. C. A. as a permanent hospitality house. ' The house, which fronts on the cen tral plaza and is to be equipped with a cafeteria, rest rooms, writing rooms and checking room will dispense, gen erally, the same sort of hospitality for which Y. W. C. A. hostess houses be came famous during the war. During the week of July 14-19, when the program at Chautauqua is to be devoted exclusively to "Women's Prob lems," the Y. W. C. A. will furnish speakers such as Florence Simtns, ex ecutive of the industrial department; A. Estelle Paddock, publicity director of the National War Work Council: Mrs. Harry M. Bremer, executive of. the division for foreign-born women; Ir. Anna L. Brown, director of the department on social education; Mar garet Slattery, internationally known speaker and social worker; Mary E. McDowell, director of the University of Chicago Settlement, and Mrs. James S. Cushman, chairman of the National War Work Council. For the past three years the Chau tauqua county Y. W. C. A. has main tained a smal holuse which served as a general center with rest, reading and writing rooms for women. The Y. . W. C. A. Hospitality House will great ly enlarge the scope and amount of service which the asosclation can ex tend to women visitors at Chautauqua, Mrs. Jen C. Murphy, of Yankton, is the only woman city commissioner in South Dakota. , Breathe and Headaches, due to Torpid Liver. For Colds and LaGrippe we know of nothing better than No. 666. A fe doses will give quick relief. We especially recommend 666 for those exposed to the weather, mm they can take It, eat anything they want and go right on with their work with no fear of being Salivated. It contains no Alcohol, Arsenic or' other paiaoaoya Orugr-4v ' mometer hit 35 and the next morn the winter-unuormu ciu ". . . . civilian with the cane. : i Z. 4 1