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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, THURSDAY MORNING. MAY 29, 1919.
t ( 3 I . l i: 5 I S3 -S'. AMROW COLLAR We Furnish the Home Complete Chero-Cola There is none so good. Chero-Cola Bottling Works. Phone 236. FRED C. WATTE THE LIFE INSURANCE MAN1 915 American Bank Bldg. Phone 912. Let Us Be Your Milkman Pasteurized Dairy Products PENSACOLA DAIRY CO. 123 W. Garden St. Phone 1321 Elebash Jewelry Co. Jewelers and Opticians Successors to Peter Lindenstruth 112 S. Palafox St. Phone 713 PALACE CAFE Under New Management Everything Good to Eat. Cooked Right STEPHEN CLEOTELIS Proprietor THE LEADER FOR MEN AND BOYS SOUTH PALAFOX STREET M'MILLAN AUCTION CO. Moogs Old Stanfl ' 327-29 South Palafox Sa. QUALITY SHOP FOR WOMEN 78 E. Wright St. Phone 676 J:; - - m TIRES . - fi III mi imr--'"-"'"'"'---' - - ' --lUi-pihii iriiwiifciiii' iiMiiiijiiMii ii,aliiiimm iiuuan uit in "ttr " it'si il" nt i -- nnii n fi M ,1,.. lMMgttlllljLLj f TJfllSTS3 we have theJMezt U U GJ IvU u and the Machhtes TO KEEP TOUR TRUOCon Hie JOB 1 We watch your, truck and see that the tire equipment is properly . protecting the truck. 2 We give you the right kind of service in applying new tires. 3 We see that the tires are standing up to the work after application. NEGRO LODGES ARE BURNED BY ORGANIZED feAND Eatonton, Ga., May 28. Five nesro churches, two negro schools; and one negro lodge hall in different sections of Putnam county were burned appar ently by an organized band between midnight last night and one, o'clockJ this morning. A race clash near here Sunday is believed to be the cause. , The state fire warden and local of ficials are investigating and promi nent white persons of ihe county are foremost among them hunting the fire brand party. Rewards of more than a thousand dollars are offered for their apprehension. "White persons In addition have contributed three thou sand dollars to a fund for the. burned buildings. ' Open For Business Thursday- Go to the Pensacola Photo Studio for every kind of photo graphic work, Novelties, highest grade portraiture, enlarging, ko dak finishing, etc. Valuable premiums given away to sitters the first ten days. MRS. B. W. BAYNE. MRS. J. N. MILLER. Palafox and Intendencia Over Cocorenes Confectionary LET STEVE FIX 'EM He Knows How ROYAL SHOE SHOP CARY&CO. Highest Grade Domestic Coal Order now for Winter Phones 6, 93, 119, 134 Pensacola Shoe Hospital We do expert shoe repairing and use best quality materials. Phone 359. 102 E. Wright Si. J.P.REMICH&SONS The Store That Satisfies" Remlch's Grocery Specials Always Satisfy PHONE 722 Just Try "a Pound of WARFIELD'S COFFEE. Phone 1568. NAY'S READY TO WEAR STORE Ladies' Suits, Dresses, Skirts. Blouses, Hosiery and Hats. Also fine Shoe Repairing. 82 East Wrisht. Phone 441. We have a tire press and other ma chines to give you this service. We have a complete stock of Firestone Tnipk Tires in all sizes and styles.' Here you find tires and service that keep trucks working and reduce delays. Make use of bur aids to economical trucking. PENSACOLA BUGGY WORKS m-lSS' East Intendencia Street. Phone 57 SAVE YOUR SHOES Allen's Foot-Ease, the antiseptic pow der to be shaken into the shoes, not only , i , inrn. and bunions, and gives quick relief to sweating, calluous, tired, aching, tender feet, blisters and . i tn.n. Vnrkt - Kd ha rfnt a bui c s(wis, tvu l - the feet, keeps them Cool and comforta ble an the time, saving me cwmiam wcar wear on shoes caused by constant nerv- - fa at Rhni and stock - liUDtlC. V . v- - ings wear twice as long when you walk In comfort. Try Alien s Foot-Eease to day. . - - - . - . ' ; " . R. L,. TOUART BUYS PASTIME SODA AND CIGAR STAND R. Lu Touart, formerly a resident of Pensacola, has purchased the Pastime theatre soda fountain and cigar stand and will , hold a grand opening from thrse to ten Saturday afternoon and evening. Mr. Touart will have as souvenirs of the occasion carnations for the la dies and cigars for the men. Music will be provided' and a cordial invita tion is extended to all. Sixteen years experience in the soda fountain business fits Mr. Touart to provide his patrons with excellent ser vice, which he promises to do. For the past five years he has been - con nected with the Exchange Drug Co, of Montgomery. Mr. Touart's wife will arrive In Pen sacola in about three weeks. In the meantime he is at the home of his mother, Mrs. Mary Touart, 100 South Florida Blanca. - 666 has more imitations than any other Chill and Fever Tonic n he market, but no one wants imitations.. They are dangerous things in the medicine line. -adv. FOREST SUPERVISOR BISHOP IS BACK FROM CONFERENCE Supervisor L. L. Bishop, of the local forestry office, in charge of the West Florida government forests, returned yesterday morning from Ashville. N. C, where he went to .attend a conference of supervisors May 19-24. From Ash ville he went to "Washington where he spent a couple of days. In Washington Mr. Bishop conferred with a number of the government bu reaus with reference to land exchange work in the Florida forests in which work private owners of land within the - forest, are mainifesting a great deal of interest just now, with the result that the plan of consolidation of the governments holdings is pro gressing very satisfactory, several big deals now being in course of construc tion. . Mr. Bishop reports a most success ful and instructive conference at '-Ashville. Capt, I. F. Eldridge, was also in attendance at the conference follow ing which he went on an inspection tour to Arkansas and Oklahoma. Re turning to Pensacola, he will arrange to move to Washington with his fam ily to assume the duties of the post tion to which he was promoted from the local office, that of assistant dis trict forester for the eastern division of the government forestry service. Rub-Mv-Tism is a powerful antiseptic; it kills the poison caused from infected cuts, cures old sores, tetter, etc. adv. The fact is Over half the truck Tonnage of America is carried on 1,30 for lo cenits (2 packages 40 dgarettes 35 cents) , o COMMISSION IS PROPOSED FOR HIGHWAYS Washington, May 24. "That a com- mission as contemplated by the Town- sena-jjanKnead mil, wm ue tne metnoa of administration adopted by congress for building a national highway system la Indicated not only by public sentiment but by the weight of government pre cedent," says Dr. H. M. Rove, past pres ident of the American Automobile Asso ciation and a member of the special com mittee of the A. A. A. Good Roads board which-will devote much time to federal highway legislation. r '"Highways should be considered in, the same class of public activities as rail ways, waterways, merchant marine, the national banking system, and, in fact, any of the great distinctly national un dertakings." continues Dr. Rowe. It seems a eelf-evldent proposition that the building of a national stem of highways will form an enterprise of such magnitude and such complexity as to put It entirely beyond the sohere of a F'ni bureau or other subdivision of an ex ecu- 40 WINTERS 40 SUMMIRS-SINCE THEM HAVE ROLLED AWAY Forty winters and fortjr summers have rolled away since persons who are living- and well today first took the prescription for "Number 49 for the Blood." "Number 40 is com pounded from ingredients that ara set down In the IT. S. Dispensatory and' ether authoritative medical books as follow "Employed in diseases ef the ', glandular system, in blood poison, mer jcurlal and . lead poisoning, scrofula, 'rheumatism, catarrh, constipation, Urmt jand stomach diseases. Under Us use. : sores, ulcers, nodes, tumors and scro jfulous , swelling that have withstood (all other treatment disappear as If by . 9 No. 40 is sold by the Crystal Phar- macy. -nA.dT, On every package of twent7 cigarettes made from imported tobaccos, smoker pay over 4 cents of the price for Import duty. Also they pay the cost of Marine Insurance plus Ocean Freights and other charges. nnmissiiim llmait3;'. No other tobacco can dive a cigarette that taste, that relish, that zest one dets in a cidarettd made of Virdinia tobacco alans. - - And none can dive yja such value. Because Virdinia tobacco is raised in this country and. unlike foreidn-drown tobaccos, does not have to pay Import duty, w. A package of Piedmonts -will brind you Virdinia tobacco at its best The Virginia Cigarette Virginia tobacco tastes Better V ttve department and If, therefore, it he considered In the class of these greater national enterprises I have named, we should natually expect to see the same kind of administrative machinery estab lished for highways. "By way of precendent, therefore, we may, print out tnat the railroads while under grovernment control are managed by a director-general who is not subject to the Control of any cabinet officer and that in the absence of government opera, tion of railroads the interstate commerce commission functions independently of executive departments. When we turn io lno reai. smpDunaing ana merchant " ' r. ,n ' Blr- w " na lne are man agrea ty the Shipping board and the Emergency Fleet corporation, both func tioning apart from executive depart ments, s If we turn to the national bank ing system, we find the Federal Reserve noard instead of a bureau of the treas ury department. Other examples might be cited. .Bureaus of executive depart ments are principally engaged In inves tigative and educational -work and In the routine performance of a government activity more or less Inherently and con tinuously a part of the executive ma chinery. "There la no existing executive depart ment whjch could legitimately take over the entire task of building a national highway system. It might be contended that the department of agriculture should do the Job' because of the agricultural interests affected by highways, but im mediately the counter-contention might be made that the war department should build the system because of hte mllltery and national defense needs of the na tion. - The post office department might very logically claim that its , rural de rm WHAT I SAY I'LL DO, I WILL DO! tiath both acut and chronic, perfect lasting cures. I ka Sexuan. Jrf. Z aUng all diseases of the Rectum. Kidney. Bladder, Prostrate Gland. Pelvis or Sexual organs of men or women. I successfully treat Specific Blood poison and all private diseases of stf" and women; also Nervousness, Weakness of Body or Brain. Loss of KnergV " Oreanle Weabne" Tew U Hourrto! WsdavT1"!,9 Wfahen1 Discharges, faccepl TnlyCCurIbrek cases, perienct GradSli oT f? J Ju5fUr1fy evenins 7 to also. Sundays. 3 to 1. 20 years practical eX- DR. LIVINGSTONE, The Soecialist SECOND FLOOR. MASONIC TEMPLE. ' OpWaiUlSU PENSACOLA, Ft MsssMKisssisrtWi flsfclnsfriiirni rs'sssXLsZIiiissSIsss J i livery and parcel post service should m-title- it to' control. The department of the Interior being almost entirely a public works depart ment might opntend that a constructive engineering task should fall In its do main. "As an outcome of these varloups con tentions must come the realization that highways are of such an all-embracing and of such a general importance as to make It impractical to entrust the task as a minor undertaking to any single government department. A commissioner would consider the needs of all the de partments. , "From the standpoint of directness, of responsibility, timeliness of action and comprehensiveness of knowledge, a com mission devoting its whole time to the one single task could not fall to accom plish far greater results than would be possible through the medium of a cab inet officer who would be devoting the greater part of his time and attention to matters wholly foreign to highways. It woudu seem that the commission plan is unassailable.". V . METHODISTS WENT OVER TOP IN BIG DRIVE Memphis. Tenn May 23. The $35, 000,000 centenary fund of the Metho dist Episcopal Church, south, has been oversubscribed by $127,. it was an nounced by, campaign leaders here to day. . . i Woopeiri 20 Years Successful Practice wim y i s.isMiJ" rmrm i MEXICAN GUARD WIPED OUT BY A FORCE OF REBEL "Washington, May 28. General nesto Ramy, five other officers f forty men. composing the train gu of the Isthmus of Tehuantpec Railro were killed recently in an attack Rebels under Feliz Diaz, according advices today from Mexico City. Give the Conch Pea a Trial. A great deal has been said in gard to the value of the velvet soy beans and other forage cro; and Bradford county agent, O. " Caswell, believe9 that more attent should be given the conch or a pea., He says this is a Splendid ta pea; it is a prolific bearer and grow luxuriantly in the corn fi'. and will not climb the corn and r it down da iJoes the velvet bean. Co peas is a good companion crop corn and peanuts, planted at the sal time or at the second cultivation. It is also a good seed to plant wh there i3 a poor stand of corn. Vt it may not pay to replant corn, always pays to plant Conch p?s the places where the corn failei come up. My experience has been fr it is more resistant to attacks of i root-knot than most of the cow-pea? 3S3