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QUALITY SHOP
FOR WOMEN
73 E. Wright St. Phone C7G
MORRIS BROS.
LADIES READY-TO-WEAR
GENTS' FURNISHINGS!
ALL NEW STOCK ''
Belmont and Devilliers Streets
Let Us Renovate Your Old
Mattress.
Pensacola Mattres3 Co
940-9 IS E. Romana St.
Phone 1515.
LEE ELECTRIC CO.
Contracting and Supplies
109 N. Paiafox St.
Phones 16712093 ,
AMERICAN NATIONAL
BANK
Of Psnsaceta - .
CAPITAL STOCK Paid in $500,000
Let Us Be Your Milkman
Pasteurized Dairy Products I
PENSACOLA DAIRY CO.
123 W. Garden St. Phone 1321
NAY'S
READY TO WEAR STORE
Ladies' Suits, Dresses, Skirts. Blouses,
Hosiery and Hats.
Also fine Shoe Repairing.
82 East Wright. Phone 441.
LET STEVE FIX 'EM
He Knows How
PvOYAL SHOE SHOP
THE LEADER
FOR MEN AND BOYS
SOUTH PALAFOX STREET
Pensacola Shoe Hospital
We do expert shoe repairing and
use best quality materials.
Phone 359. 102 E. Wright Si.
PALACE C ATE
Under New Management
Everything Good to Eat, Cooked Right
STEPHEN CLEOTELIS "
Proprietor
M'MILLAN AUCTION
CO.
Mocgs Old Stanfl
327-29 South Paiafox Sa
FRED C. WAITE
THE LIFE INSURANCE B1AN1
915 American Bank Bldg.
Phone 912.
We Furnish the
Home Complete
Chero-Cola
There is none so good.
Chero-Cola Bottling Works.
Phone 238.
CARY&CO.
Highest Grade Domestic Coal
Order now, for Winter
Phones 6, 93, 119, 134
Hallmark Transfer Co,
All Kinds of Hauling
Heavy Hauling a Specialty
Phone 618 Jv
THE CLOVER STUDIO
196 N. Paiafox St.
The Place Where Kodax Finish.
Is WTell Done.
U. S. ARMY
PuBljcuGtion
Will be sold at Public Outcry
Monday, June 2nd, and Tuesday,
June 3rd, 9 :30 a. m., at Base Sal
vage Plant, 465 Ponce de Leon
avenue (Ford Building),
ATLANTA, GA.
'a vast amount of U. S. Govern
ment property, embracing thou
sands of Tents and Covers, more
than 20,000 pairs of Shoes, Hats,
Coats, Sweaters, Comforts, Sad
dlery, Shirts, Mattresses, Cots,
and much more in lots to suit
purchaser. v-
Terms : U. S. Currency or
Certified Checks.
By order of the War Depart
ment. '- . .
J. U. H. BARKER,
Capt. F. M. Corps, acting Base
j'' Salvage Office.
D. Witman, Auctioneer.
DECORATION DAY
WAS OBSERVED AT
NAVAL AIR STATION
The following interesting -and - im
pressive Decoiation Day program was
given out yesterday at the U- S. Naval
Air Station before " a large attendance
of the menthere in dedication of the au
ditorium and as beautiful and fitting
tribute to the memory of the men who
have passed over:
MEMORIAL DAY. MAY 30, 1919.
Memorial-Services and Dedication of
Auditorium.
Introductory Address Chaplain H.- M-
T. Pearce, XJ. S. Navy.
"America"Audience.
Invocation Rev. T.J. Slevin.
Address of Dedication Rev. K. A.
Early. ' .
Address ' pf AceptanceCaptain F. M.
Eennett, IT. S. Navy. -
".Battle Hymn of the Republic" Audi
ence. . .. s
Memorial Address Hon. William A.
Blount.
"Star Spangled Banner" Audience.
Benediction Chaplain H. M. T. Pearce,
U. S. Navy, ' ' ;
. At National Cemetery.
Decoration" of' graves with flowers and
firing of volleys.
Prayer Chaplain H. M. T. Pearce, U.
S. Navy. . .
In Mernoriam.
Spencer S. Alden, Wallace C. Ander
son, John C. Ashley, Clarence F. Barry,
Edward S. Bearse, Chsrjes L. Beaty,
Andrew JB, Bair. ,r.",. Charles A. Blau.
John A. Bocke,' Hermon Bose, Edward J.
Boawell. Joy C. Bournique, Milton D.
Brice, Lawrence H. Cate. Minor J. Chap
lin, James N. Christian, John H. Christie.
Arbury E. Church,-J. L. Churchell, James
A. Clark, Edward J. Crowe. Mlchae J.
Delehanty, James E. Dolan, T. W. M.
Drawr. Jav N. Dyer. Lossie F. Elliot.
SIdntmr M.-Empey, Charles J. Fazio, Jos
eph J. Fenton, Francis M. Fowler, Guy
B.. Farley. James L Goggins. James J.
Gray, Kensey J. Hammond, Jr John F
lalligan. John D. Harris. Orrin F. Harle,
Allen D. Honeywell. Joseph N. Jenkins,
Tom Owen Jones. Archie E. Key. Harvey
E. Knighting, Wesley L. backyard, Fred
W. Litton. Robert J. Lohges, James A,
Mahoney, Garrett T. Mandeville. Edsar
L. Montegeth, Richard C. McCalla,
Thomas C. McCarthy. William H. Mc-
Creary, Ralph R. McCormick. Dooley C.
McKlnney, Leslie M. McNaugton. David
P. Mingle, Daniel J. Morgan, J. M. Mur
ray, Clarence A. Nelson,, jeroy m. peison.
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TAKES OUT
THE KINKS
Have Soft, Straight Hair Like
Photograph Below, s
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Plough's DgHj
DRESSING
People may casilr have BtrmigKt, soft,
lone hair by simply applying Plough's
Hmir Dressing. In a short timo all your
kinky, anariy. nly, curly Hair, becomes
oft, silky. Smooth, etraicht, ionc and caa
be easily bandiei. braabed or combed.
P touch's Hair DreaaiBS. eUaantly per.
famed, in larse ereen can (more or your
tnonay than anr other hair dressing).
ne-AT DRUG STORES AGENTS
6 OR BY MAIL WANTED
PLOUGH CHEMICAL CO. "wu"
mm -
BY USING
3here Will Your Boy
Spend the Summer ?
On the Street or iii theununer School at Gulf Coast Military
Academy?
Enrollment limited to one hundred. Faculty of expert school men. A teacher for
every ten boys. Full Military Training and discipline. Open air sleeping onj screened
pccreSses- Ideal opportunity for boys who failed to make up subjects.
- Session Begins June 12 and Ends August 7.
Col. R. P. Linfield, President of the Academy, will be at the San Carlos in Pensacola
on Monday and Tuesday, June 2 and 3, for personal interviews with parents and prospec
tive students. - V "
THE .PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SATURDAY MORNINGMAY 31, 1919
Elon C. Newman, Thomas P. Ormsbv,
tred C-; Pearson, Lloyd A., Perry. Carl O.
i eterson, Timothy P. Reardon. Walter 6.
Kobinson, James V. Rockwell, Ralph T.
Rogers, Daune H. Ruthedge. Fedso A.
vVantoa, iciiard; C. SauHey, Stuart B.
Saunders, Leon -C. Sellers, Charles M.
Sherard, Andrew r. Skaggs, Edward A.
Smith, Jr.. PTmeroy Smith. Jesse F.
Squires. Melvin L. stotz, John W. Strlb
Im. Byrl E. Sylvester, James A. Tate.
Try que J. Tolnas, 'Augustus Tbpp. Eldane
H. Traux, Paul L.. Underwood. Dean R.
van ivirk, Harry G. Velie, Earnest Ward,
Edgar T. Wareing. Thomas M. Weddell.
Walker K. Weed, John Wlgmore. Carl H.
Weigel, Dewltt C. Wilcox. George T.
Willmoth, Cecil F. Wilson, Robert L
Wilson, George J. Zeller.
LETTERS FOR OLD
DEFUNIAK BANK
PATRONS UNCLAIMED
It is understood that Postmaster
Ilancock has at his office several
hundred letters from the receiver of
the old First National Bank addressed
to. parties not known at the Pensa
cola office. -
' The practice of advertising uncalled
for letters has been discontinued by
the postoff ice department, therefore
the postmaster 'is not permitted to
make the list known to the public in
the way formerly .- customary. Doubt
less many of the people addressed In
thi instance are residents of Escam
bia county outside the city, or former
residents of Pensacola. J
If ahy parties expecting returns
from the old bank do not receive them
soon, they might find, on taking the
matter up with the Pensacola office,
that the check they expect is in the
hands of the postmaster . awalting
their call.
EVERLASTING CO.
HAS MANY BUYERS
DOLLAR DAY SALE
Th dollar day sale conducted byjthe
Everlasting Fabrics company was at
tended by so many people yesterday
that on; several occasions the doors
had to be closed until the store had
been cleared, of buyers.
Patrons from many of the out-lyins
districts as well as from every section
of he city attended the sale.
S. H- BURKE IS NEW
L. & N. DIVISION
PASSENGER AGENT
Effective on June 1, it is announced,
S. H. Burke, of Mobile, becomes division-
pasesnger agemV of the L. &
X. railroad, succeeding the late J. G.
Mayson, whose sudden death occured
a fe wweeks ago while he was enroute
to Xew Orleans from this city.
It is expected that Mr." J3urke will
arrive In the city some time today or
tomorrow to assume his new ' duties.
He has been in the service of the
L. & N. for some years and is under
stod to be well fitted to the promotion
accorded hi min making him division
agent. ;.""'.' .-.
MOTORCYCLIST
IS BADLY HURT
IN AUTO SMASH
J. C. Livingstone, of 708 E. Cervantes
street, was badly bruised and cut abo-it
the head and face yesterday morning,
when a motorcycle he was riding was
struck by an automobile driven by W. O..
Beasley of th Newport Tar and Turpen
tine Co. "
The acideot happened at th corner
of Wright and Baylen streets. The mo
torcycle was moving north and. the auto
mobile was go'ng east at the time ofycol
liston. , - ? ,
Mr. Livingstone lwas carried to the
Pensacola hospital "by Mr, Beasley and
was released yesterday afternoon. Both
nvm were placed under arrest. . The mo
torcycle was demolished and the auto
mobile badly damaged.
CHARLIE BUTLER
COURT OF RECORD
HEAltS ARGUMENTS
IN A CIVIL SUIT
The court of record- put in a long holi
day yesterday in the hearing of a single
case, and was obliged to adjourn for
the day at the conclusion of the addresses
of the attorneys to the Jury. The case
was that of the Alger-Sullivan Co. vs.
Theo. Baars, and revolves around the
question as to w-ho should pay for cer
tain Uimber and materials used in the
ships of the Bullock-Caldwell Co., now
In the hands of receivers.
A decision, will doubtless be rendered
this morning. A. W. Ranney and other
members of the lumber firm are hero
from Century to push the case. A. C.
Blount and J. E. t. Tonge appeared for
the plaintiff and Judge Avery for the de
fendant.
CHARLIE BUTLER
We are proud of the confi
dence doctors,- druggists and the
public have in 666 Chill ami
Fever Tonic adv.
666 quickly relieves Constipa
tion, Biliousness, Loss of Appe
tite and Headaches, due-to Tor
pid Liver-adv. ;
REGULAR ELECTORS
MAY VOTE IN NEXT
MONDAY'S ELECTION
The legal question has trten raised as
to whether non-property holding citizens
might vote on the: bond issue at the elec
tion next Monday, and City Attorney
John B. Jones has rendered an .opinion
that all citizens whose names are on the
recently compiled registration list may
vote on that issue, since the matter ol
issuing the bonds has already been de
cided afirmatively. and the question now
is merely as to the application of the
funds.
The bonds were originaly authorized
to improve a tract of land in Mazent
park for housing ship yard employes, but
was nevw used for that purpose, it is
now proposed to 'apply the fund to : nec
essary street improvements; but this can
not' be done until sanctioned formally by
the voters. Since the question involv-d
is so simple, there setm to be little ay
prenension as to its passage. The prop-,
osition will appear on a separate ticket
from the name of Commissioner Hinrichs,
who is up for reelection.
STRUCK BY AUTO
WOMAN IS MADE
UNCONSCIOUS
Mrs. A. Bargendall, who gave her resi
dence as the San Carlos Hotel, was
knocked down and rendered unconscious
by the shock of an automoDile driven by
Mr. Nupper at the corner of Paiafox and
Ciarden streets at 9 o'clock yesterday
morning.
Mrs. Bargendall was picked up by the
driver of the automobile and carried to
Balkcom's drus; store. Dr. L. de M.
Blocker was called and restored her to
consciousness.- Her injuries consisted rf
bodv bruises, ir-atrolmap. Mclntyre, wno
saw the acident, states that the automo
bile was moving about three miles in
hour, and that Mrs. Bargendal stepped
directly in front of it. Mr. Nupper had
Just slowed down to allow a Mr. Eggart
to get out. '
ATLANTA AREA IS
NEAR GOAL IN
CENTENARY DRIVE
Jacksonville, Fla., May 30.-A total
of fjJ71.BS4 was actually in hand in
the Methodist centenary drive in the
Atlanta area Wednesday afternoon.
This was but $2,000 below the assigned
quota.
L. E. Piatt, area campaign director,
was very optimistic concerning the
outlook for success. In a statement
given out Wednesday night, he de
clared that he confidently expected the
quota to be oversubscribed by. a con
siderable sum.
$94,000,000 has been raised In the nation-wide
cam paign. This Is but $11,
000,000 below the quota.
The Chattanooga area has subscribed
astotal of $1,001,972 to date. This is
within ' a short distance of . the goal,
$1,291,200. J .
The Jsew Orleans area has pledged
U0,000, with a quota of $376,500.
NC-THREE CREW
WOULD TRY LONG
FLIGHT ALL OVER
Pymouth, Eng., May SO. Members of
the crew of American seaplane
which was unable to complete the
trans-Atlantic trip declared today they
are willing to make another attempt.
Thev said they believed it was possi-
blie to fly direct from Newfoundland to
Ireland or England with rC planes
The crew is here on the cruiser Roches
ter. .. .
DOGTOHS
TBTHiUtes Xivsr -Pill 'are made pi
exactly thi ilcgrefilenta . gobi 'phyr
iUbjx. -would jrelb for tfyspepsih,
3aiaifikP&Um. ldk -hoftdewihe, tii4inesi,
timairBSS, tii tor-pi i -i-iver or
imy Chr 43BH9nit oi th w. Btomacn
or ilincys. "35iy Veemmend
mA rfcKla stsl er. !roWs 9inA
be la rry ra.mlty medians chest-.
They always produce rooA results and
mxr om taka without an'sper dba
rreeable afttr-ftat8. One trial
convlne you et thlr gileerldF merit
Bottle of 24 JIJ1 H-&l 4rHgrslBres;
Be sure to Insist 6a fceimilie'ii Midi
PlUfc Adv. ' ; -: - : -
Charge Accounts Opened, Pay
able $1.00 weekly. Put your
Cash into Liberty Bonds. Use
your Credit to Buy Clothes: We
clothe the family. Gentry-Strickland
Co- 26 S. Paiafox St. v
Standard Groceries, such as Ivory Soap, Royal Baking Powder,
Post Toasties, etc., are the same wherever you buy thehv We sell
standard brands, you know, for less. We have no one-day specials
or Jokers. Every day on every item you save money at
PIGGLY WIGGLY
A FEW EVERY DAY PRICES
PremierQueen Olives, 14-oz. jar. . . 27c
Hershey's Cocoa, 1-2 lb. can ..... , . 18c
Tomatoes, No. 1 can, each ........ .Sc
Tomatoes, No. 11-2 can, each 9c
Tomatoes, No. 2 cans, Broadway
Brand, each . .............. .11 1-2
- ?
Lenox, Gold Band, Star Soap,
per bar . ..... .... ..... . . . . . .4 1-2
Premier Baked Beans, large can.. '13c
Heinz Baked Beans, large can. 17c
French Market Coffee and Chicory,
per can . .
Best Quality Flour, 12-lb. sack. ... .85c
( Self-Rising or Plain) - "
Best Quality Flour, 24-lb. sack . . . . $1.65
Aunt Jemimah Buckwheat Flour. . .12c
All Over the World
LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS.
Florida ARaJachicola bay: J Buk
head cut turn buoy, 4, heretofore re
ported out of position; replaced May
24th. ' -
C. & G. S. charts Xos. 183, 1114
and 1115; buoy list, 1918, p 13; coast
pilot section E, pp 73 to 76.
By order of the commissioner of
lighthouses.
V B. B. DORRY,
Superintendent of lighthouses.
DOINGS OF THE
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All Over the World
Stobie's Buckwheat Flour ........ 11c
Dunbar's Syrup, No. 1 1-2 cans .... 14c
Dunbar's Syrup, No. 2 1-2 cans ... .26c
Dunbar's Syrup, No. 5 cans ..... . .50c
Dunbar's Syrup, No. 10 cans ..... .98c
Chum Salmon, Spear Brand,
:" 1-lb. can ...... i ............. . .17c
.
Red Salmon, Libby's 1-2 lb. can. .. .18c
Pink Salmon, Market Brand . j. ...18c
Brookf ield Butter, per lb. . . . ..... 67c
'.Jones County Creamery Butter,
per lb. , 64c
Navy Beans, Michigan hand-picked,
per lb. ....................... ,12c
Navy Beans, California, per lb. .... 10c
- - : . - -. ...
.32c
Y WIG
Beauty More Than Skin " Deep.
. There is an old saying that beauty is
only skin deep. That may be so With
those who get their beauty out of a
box but not the genuine sort. Beauty
is really only another word for good
health and no woman who is bilious
and constipated can. reasonably hope
to be beautiful. Chamberlain's Tab
lets will correct atheSe disorders, then
with proper diet and exercise thero
is no reason why any young woman
with regular features may not hopo
to be beautiful. Adv.
DUFFS
nil 'i
1
uggiiy
16 North Paiafox
6 Bell-ans
Hot wafer
Sure Relief
FOR INDIGESTION
BY ALLMAN
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