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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL', SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 2jUgm
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WHY IS IT
that some men are willing to
pay $10 for a gas saving acces
sory that squeezes one mile
more out of the gallon and then
turn around "and buy clothing
that wastes a gallon to every
mile?
If the truth were known, a
part cotton suit of men's clothes
is more costly to own than a gas
eating automobile, for the last
only consumes when it runs,
while the first gently nibbles at
your purse even when you're
standing stilL
All Wool Clothes cost less by
the mile. Ours
Price $18.00 up
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lief, bare entirely relieve
many asemingly hopeleai
cases. J3wellinr and shon
rirnth iMn vnn Oft
r-vNiJ give entire relief In 15 to
j wJS5 days. - Trial treatment
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Jase. GREEN. SUCCES-
SOR TO DR. H. M.
3 KEEN'S SONS. Box B. Chataworta.
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OLJTUARIES.
The funeral services for the two-
year-old son ot Mr. and Mrs. - Chas.?
Villar, of 901 West Garden street,'
were held at the family residence
yesterday evening at 5 o'clock. Tha
child died Friday " evening from the
effects' of ptomaine poisoning. Inter
mentwas at St. John's cemetery. The
services were attended by a large,
number of sorrowing friends of the
family. "
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Why Lose
The Cause is
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Afldrutt-rts: SoapS, Ointment 28 & 60, Tateoni 25.
Sample ee- free cf "thrtggr. &ep..g.
Mrs. E. R. McKee and children and
Mrs. Curry, son and niece, called on
Mrs. W. N. Hartgrove Sunday after
noon. Mr. E.. R. McKee and son and Mr.
Marfa went to Nlceville Sunday after
noon. . . -
The schooner Viola came In this
week with some lumber for the for
est station.
Mr. Thos. . Eccles, of Pensacola, is
visiting his sister, Mrs. Claud HalL
- Mr.. E. "A:. Mooney returned the
first of the week from Crestvlew,
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Nadine
Face Powder
(In Crmen Boxes Only')
Keep The
Complexion Beautiful
Soft and velvety. - Money back If not en-
vi -Nndinsi liimn find harm
Jesa. Adheres until washed oft Prevents
unborn and 'return of discoloration.
A million delighted user prove Its value.
Tints: Flesh. Pink. Brunette, White.
By Toilet Coanttrt or Mail SOo.
National Toilet Compear. Peris, Tenn.
where he has been for the past four
months. '. '
Mr. P. L. Hand Is getting ready to
saw some logs this week. -
Miss Medill Brown spent the night
with Miss Myrtle Brown Wednesday.
Mrs. Robert Brown and children
visited Mrs. R. C. Irwin to Five-Mile
Bayou, Sunday.
Lemon Juice
For Freckles
Girl! Make beauty lotion at
,. homo for a f ew cents. Try Itl ,
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CONDUCT DRIVi
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Squeeze the Juice of. two lemon3 Into
ft bottle containing three ounces of or
chard white, shake weU, and you have
a quarter pint of the best freckle ana
tan lotion, and complexion beautljler.
t very, very small cost.
Your grocer has the lemons and any
drug store or toilet counter wIU supply
three ounces of orchard white for
few cents. Massage this sweetly fra
grant lotion into the face, neck, armt
ind hands each day and see how freck
les and blemishes disappear and hov
clear, soft and white the skin becomes
ei ,ii is narmiess. aov.
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ALL GARMENTS MADE TO YOUR IVffiASURfe UNION MADE
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mm i ili.ii,, in, 1,11,1m, inif. uwi ilrinimn-irtimi J V"-
An Extra ffj)
1 Pair of
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With Every Suit Order, for a
Few Days Only, Suits $18 up
OH BOY!
They are free
. with every
. suit order ..
OH JOY!
At last something; for
nothing. A pair of
pants with every suit
ordej ,
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Fit and r
jWorkman-
ship
Guaran
teed 7
Fit and
Workmanship
Guaranteed
This Is the Event You
Have Been Waiting For
Don't wait longer. Gome
in today. ;
Have" a Suit made to
your individual measure
ment
S18andup
and get an extra pair of
pants of same material as
suit or others you choose.
Don't Miss This Oppor
tunity.
Every man knows that a
coat lasts longer than one
pair pants
BUT
Two Pair Pants that's
different: A word to the
wise.
SEE US TODAY
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117 S. PALAFOX
LOOK FOR THE BIG, ELECTRIC SIGN
J. BREAZEALE, Mgr.
PENSACOLA, FLA.
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ALL GARMENTS MADE TO YOUR MEASURE UNION MADE
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"Washington, May 24. An appeal to
American people for funds ; to carry
on the work of their American Red
Cross will be made next November
according to the following statement
issued today by Dr. Livingston Far
h.irmitn - at the central com
mittee of the organization.
"Appalling conditions in u the coun
tries of Eastern Europe, imposing on
the American Red Cross obligations
additional to those assumed during
the period of the world war. and the
continuance of activities In connection
with the already outlined domestic pro
gram of the Red Cross, make necessary
an appeal to the people of America
for further funds to carry on the woric
for the relief of humanity. -
"It has been decided to make this
appeal in the autumn, in a per lor. of
two weeks culminating on the eleventh
of November, the anniversary or me ,
. . . totr. n. season i
when the American people may. prop
i n.ifo.t9ttnn: through con
J.,..i. i-hi. rtetA Cross, of tneir
o iHvprance from &aa
i f . wnr which has fauen
. i a lass fortunate, r
UUUU IWlluna
"At present the American Red Cross
1- - in ft. ClOSe 11.3 .--.
" r "Br f we3tem Europe
1H Lilt? tVUUW -
and with the withdrawal of American
troops-frmo the war. zone its work for
the Army abroad will end automatical
ly. Disease and suffering of the most.
. j : i,o i r-tor nowever,
... nf in nther fields, ine
calling iui - - ,
new international organization of Rea
Cross" societies is preparing to deal
...u -oiif and ' health -problems
throughout the worjd in future years.
. . f tmTne.di!te emergencies
DUL luci o k,. w
which require the aid of agencies al
ready eslablished.. oremur
these agencies is m
Cross, -j ' Are being
At preaeni e''b-" ,,.
met with all the resources available,
.I -,.. th.t the imperative
DUC I- s "Vl"" ----- -vm-
calls for assistance for the next y
or more wUl j.maKe a.uu- '
ner.-H...t. that the generous
XL 1 tii-.
heart of the American pePjM
spond to the appeal w
of the needs that will present hem-
selves." '
TRABUG BOARD
IS SOLVING A
BIG PROBLEM
MAKING CITIZENS OUT OF RE
TURNED SOLDIERS IS GREAT
TASK NOW GOING FORWARD
WITH PROGRESS, '.'v,; .
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TODAY
SUNDAY
SPECIAL
1 if r- JL-bSJf 4 J fw He was the
." S?ra-il,,rr . - - - do
word in uselessness. He
never did anyttuner for an
hody in his lire.
Then he got a sudden ambition to
"something for somebody."
Oh Boy, Oh Boyi where ignorance Is bliss
'tis folly to be wise and Bryant Washburn
doesn't play a "wise one." Don't miss It!
ISIS BRAT PICTOGRAPH EDUCATIONAL TOPICS.
BOBBY VERNON and DOROTHY DANE in "SOME CAVEMAN"
; - , a Polite Humorous Offering.
: " TOMORROW
: That Dare-Devil Queen of Mirth in the Pepperlst
1 Play of Her Career '
MABEL NORM AND in "THE PEST"
A - cinema cyclone that will tickle your risibilities.
. aXONTGOMERY AND ROCK
The famous "Big V" knock-about comedy acrobats in
"GIRLIES AND GRUBBERS"
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SAENGER INTERNATIONAL NEWS WEEKLY
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TMCOA AAA
FOX FILMS
BIG SPECIAL WED. and THURS.
Herod's Court and the Seductive
"DANCE OF THE SEVEN VEILS"
T DUE-DA EACIA ,n
60 SALLdDrvDE 99
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Washington. May 24. To make the
number of returned citizens , equal to
the number of returned soiaiers i
the problem that is now before the
federal board for vocational educa
tion. About two million of our sol
diers have been returned to ,civu me.
Two hundred thousand nave oeeu
wounded but many of these will soon
be physically fit to take up tneir au.ie
again, while it is estimated that at
least ten per cent or tnem nave
caps which must be overcome. From
the latest reports tuDercuiosis ia re
sponsible for 32 per cent of the dis
abilities incurred, wounds not neces
sitating amputation and miscellaneous
wounds for 31 per cent, nerve diseases
for 8.3 per cent and wounds requiring
omniitotinn R er cent.
Tv -mnVo. tis 20.000 disabled sol-
i(-r Yn onnl of 20.000 citizens con
tributing economically and socially to
thAir community life, is the duty dele
gated to the federal board by the gov
ernment.: It is a difficult problem
but results are . being found. The
e-reat maioritv of . these young men
r ii nflpr thirty years of age; youth
plus will power is one of the known
miantities in the equation.' The broad
scope of .the training given is one of
the chief factors in the solution. What
ever a man. wishes to train for, where
ever he wants to train, the federal
board stands ready to advise as to the
proper course and to provide a suit
able place where his ambition may
be attained. More than one, hundred
different courses are already being
erivert under the direction of the fed
eral board in almost 400 institutions
of elarnint scatered throughout the
country from Florida to the great
northwest to 1.860 men who have be
cun their training. In the few months
that have elapsed since the boys began
their homeward Journey, nearly 5,000
of these disabled soldiers, after con
feriner with the federal board have
started life strain: some placed by the
board and others Belf placed; some in
the old jobs, others in new and better
ones. The process is fascinatihg, the
results are Interesting. "Plumbers too
disabled to work at their trade, have
become sanitary inspectors; farm lab
orers are being - trained for agricul
tural . specialists : wounded ' tailors are
studying and designing and wireless
telegraphers are being made out of
wounded barbers.- while a stone cut
ter with' a weak " heart Is now doing
tne worK or a secretary. .
Up to May the first, the central of
f ice had approved courses for 4,376
of these men. Tno onuati
completed and each day's results are
proving. mat returnea aisabled soldiers
pius training and application, are
equivalent to returned citizens upon
whom the nation may confidently de
pend for. its future welfare and happi
ness.
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TODAYj
Showing Also
BILL iY WEST in
"HE'S IN AGAIN"
One of the Funniest Comedies he has made
NEAL HART in 'THE RAUT
A' Western Drama Brimful of Fen and Action.
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; Tomorrow
"Doug'' Fairbanks
in
"ARIZONA"
Tuesday
Mary Pickford
in
"RAGS"
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A BIG SURPRISE WEDNESDAY
GARDEN THEATRE
TODAY
TODAY
ALICE JOYCE
m
THE CAMBRIC MASK"
also
Episode No. 6, "THE IRON TEST"
' ' ' and ,
-Reel, Side-Bursting Comedy
"DAMSELS AND DANDIES"
PRICES THE SAME NEVER MORE
Adults 13c, plus 2c war tax; Children 4c, plus lc war tax
A PERMANENT FEATURE GARDEN'S POPULAR ORCHESTRA-
iff -'-t!n!
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'NELSON" S uill make yoa proud of your hair"
If you want your Hair to he admired, use
iMei
BESSIE JONES .
oolorecl girl of Houston, Texas
gives Nelson's crd.t for het -long,
silk heir
Send us jlour pnorgniplt
if 30a use NElJON S.
sons
HairDressing
sTe!sons is the original and genuine high
grade hair dressing. For more than so
years it has been the favorite with the
particular colored people of the United
States.
kelson's is fne Jbr tKe scalp, relieve danclruff,
end makes tKe Hair grow. It maltes stubborn, curly
hair soft and easy to manage.
TeVetkis advertisement to tne dr4 stwSj
. and be sure to fet tKe genuine NELSON'S
Nelson Manufacturing Co., Inc.
RICHMOND, VA.
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