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?iS " " ' " "THE PENSACOIA JOURNAL. THURSDAY MORNmG, MAY 29191
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pure, nourishing drink.
you have a
But Orange-Crush, with its pure, natural fruit
flavor and carbonated champagne sparkle, is the
Thirst tempter and thirst quencher without a peer,
Orange-Crush is the Nation's favorite beverage.
Pour out Orange- Crush, sparkling and snappy,
from an ice-cold bottle.
Watch it bubbling brightly up to the rim of the
glass brimful of goodness.
Refreshing and thirst-satisfying. Orange-Crush
is tlie drink delightful the drink that's deli
Treat yourself to an ice - cold bottle of Orange
Crush today.. We know you' ll' like it-r-immensely.
We know its absolutely pure too, because we
bottle it ourselves. A case of Orange-Crush at
Home will make everybody
by the bottle. J Less by the case. .
HYGEIA BOTTLING WORKS
126 East Chae Street Phone587
A msfiis drink for fair a health'drink, with
a flavor that you can't forget. Everybody
likes it everybody's drinking it
fferent! Better! Satisfies!
JMeZn Paul, Minn.
Pcnsacola Fruit and Produce Co.
TO BE VOTD
ON I JUNE
In view of the city's enortage of funds
at the present time, due largely to the
discontinuance of saloon and automobile
Ucei.be revenue, and the serious retrench
ment Pleasures which tne commissioners
were recently obliged to take, the mem
bers of the board fee; confident that all
citizens of Pensacola w:il be anxious to
helji pass the proposed Dond issue at tne
June election and thus provide funds to
Keep up some of the most necessary Im
provements until the new budget la avall-
aMe, In October.
The effort made to solve the city's fi
nancial problem can be seen in the fact
that an enabling act or the legislature
"nas already been written into law. It is
believed the people of rensacola will add
The finishing touches in me Interest ot
th, city by approving the legislation.
The legislative enactment as certified by
the proper , officials is reproduced here,
Section 1. That certain Improvement
l;ond8 of the City of Pensacola, dated
October 1st, 1918. pursuant to ordinance
passed July Sth. 1918. end authorized at
the election held in eaid city on August
16th, 1918, to be issuea in amounts ag
gregating the sum of $90,000 for the pur
pose of extending and improving the
city's water system, and for grading.
paving and curbing or otnerwlso im
proving Btreets. are hereoy authorized ti
be sold and issued for any one or more
of saT? purposes or any other municipal
rwposes. as the board or commissioners
of sale" city may by reaorution determine:
provided, that the question of Issuing
eaid bonds shal. be submitted to the qual
ified voters of gaid city at a regular elec
tion, or a special election caUed for that
purpose tnl said bonds shall be issued
only fcr the t urposes and amounts speci
ied on the ballot that snail be approved
by the majority of the votes oast on tfts
The ". resolution of the board of com
missioners relating to tne issuance of
Paid bonds shall be published In each
daily newspaper published in the' city,
at least four times next preceding the
Cay of the election at which the question
Is to be submitted to the qualified voterst
We are proud of the confi
dence doctors, druggists and the
public have in 666 Chill and
Fever Tonic adv.
SUMPTUOUS FEAST IS ENJOYED
AT FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
BY THOSE WHO PUT OVER
. Credit cheerfully extended,
fhe newest styles in Clothing
.'or Men, Women and Childnen.
ay only $1.00 a week.
25 South Palaf ox Street
Several hundred puests gathered at
the Kirst Methodist church last night
to celebrate the victory of the great
centenary drive with a big banquet,
the ladies of the .Woman's Missionary
Society of the church, being: hostesses
for the occasion, and Rev. I. "W. Chalk
er, pastor 'of the church, and Mrs.
Chalker and the following team cap
tains and members of the teams for
the drive were the honor guests:
Team captains: J. W. Andrews. "W.
B. Cole. D. II. Tart. N C. McMillan,
J. G. Pace. Li. V. Holsberry, S. "W.
Loftin, E. R. Malone, C. S. Brierly,
J. A. Kirkpatrick.
Members of teams: J. "W. Malone.
W, C. Mackey, J. H. Colfins, Tom
Hannah. J. F.V Dusenberry, A. R.
McAllister, Charles Hall. C. R. Bur
f?oyne. "W. C. Dewberry, Jack Holland.
J. C. Clark, Fred Herman. J. A. Avant,
E. T. Morgan, J. D. Carroll, J. L.
Mayo. J. H. Smithwick, "W. A. Kin
del. "W. A. "Watson. W. A. Freeman.
J. S. Roberts. J. P. Moore, D. Lamar,
W. B. Dillard. E. Kaselack. C. G.
Hartsfield, A. A. Gunn, Guy Pulliam,
Oliver Brawner, C. M. Braxton.
In the lecture rooms of the church
was formed a tabel in the shape of a
great "V," covered with a cloth of red
and white, with vases of larkspur
and ferns placed at frequent Intervals
carrying out the "victory" color
scheme of red, white and blue. The
lights were shade din red and in the
center space of the "V" on a large art
square was placed a small ta"ble hold
ing a great "bowl of flowers in red,
white and blue with ferns. The color
scheme was also carried out in tir
menu served, consisting of chicken
Salad, olives, crackers, iced tea, cream
and cake. The cream was in red and
white brick form and the cakes were
squares iced in white with a red "V."
It is planned to later entertain for
the children' of the church, who alsa
did their part in making a success of
PLAY WILL BE
Tie Senior Class play to be pivfr
the High School auditorium tonight
ginning at 8 o'clock is the next inter
ing event of Commencement week.
play, which is under the able director
Mrs. A. C. Reilly consists of a mb
dialogue and a moving tableau, pron
to be one of the best entertainrr.ent:
its kind p3 be given here in some time
Paderewski's Minuet danced in cwi
of the period by: Girls Lupah Tier
Kuta Ballard. Margery Fierpont, -P-J
i'felffer; "boys" Oneida Iloyt, Car
lillss, Grace Jacobsen, Margretha Bo::
"A Pair of Lunatics." a Romantic O
(.Air rhnpnetors fliirn. Manners. V-
Marshall Wright; Captain George Fi'
ing. Craighill Brown.
Those taking part in the tablea s
nA rvc nit-is Marv P.psrsrs Ms
Born. Evelvn Lewis. Francis Mc
Amelia Zirklebach. Ida Wilhelmi, Taui
CJandCT. Viatera Jonca. Louise Jamet
Mayme Abrams. Dorothy Burrow, In
Dewberry. Mary Holt. IsaUel McL-e,
Mary Thorn. Adele Berlin.
Yoemanettes Gladvs Vausrhn. Beat
Brown, Margaret Brown, Mercedes Ca
ro. Dorothv Freldere-schson. Jia
Hear. MaudA Ttarrlv Klinor Melton.
fnrn Hplmks Trla NTpri-tvether. Mild'
Vorla. .Tnvpft WMr TTazj-l VVIiliarr.S
Nations Renresntfid England, :
Lively; Italy, Bertha Goldsmith: Frar
Amelia Berlin; Japan, Nellie MCU).
China Janice Khn; Belgium.
Bronson; Scandanavia, Bessie Brov
Spain. Dorothy Holmes: Russia, .w
fenn; Greece, Thelma Mcililan- J-r
Sam, Chandler Rozear; Columbia, To
Soldiers Claude Kugelman. Cra:R
Brown. Sigmund Solomon, Oliver
Hams, Wallace Purdy. McHenry J"e-,
ward Lurton, Chandler Kozear,
Beovlch, Ueorge Oliver.
permanently -disappear after drinking th
celebrated Srnvar Mineral Water. Posi
t1vly guaranteed by money-back offer.
Tastes fine; costs a trifle. Delivered
anywhere by our Pensacola Agr.ta. Wast
Florida Grocery Co. Phone them.
. For Itching Torture
Tiere is one remedy tnai
fails to stop itching torture and.reLl
skin irritation and that makes txe J
soft, clear and hpalthv.
zemo, which generally overcone'.n
skin cuseases. Acne, eczema,
pies, rashes, blacliheads in mostca
give way to zemo. Frequently, n'
blemishes disappear overnight, i;
usuallv stnrts instantlv. ZemO IS 3 (
antiseptic liquid, clean, easy to us H
dependable. It costs only sod r
lari?e bottle. Sl.OO. It will not stain. ;
not greasy or sticky and i3 PS!U" "1
safe for tender, sensitive sKins. j
The E. W. Rose Co.. Cleveland, 0.
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