THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 1, 1919.
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Guaranteed for 18 Months
A nEAL BATTTTEKV SEEVDCE
We take charge of your Recharging and Repairing; Also we are
' We carry Eelctrical Parts in Stock.
Free Bnop'octtDon f Any Balttery
Drive Around at Your Convenience.
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GairsniQir Cliooe ond DayiisB
3ViU (. Diffenderfer
14 Sc;ilh Palaf ox Street
J Hit iVy a Pound of
HARRINGTON MOTOR CO.
105 N. Palafox St. v C
Distributors for Maxwell and
Chalmers Automobiles and
J. P. REMICH & SONS
"The Stor Tht StisfW
Remlch's Grocery- Specials
BY HERBERT FELKEL.
Tallahassee, May 31. At the ad
journment of the afternoon session of
the senate today the senators who will
be hold-overs in 1921 caucused for
the purpose of dividing up the pat
ronage for the next legislative ses
sion so far as attaches of the senate
are concerned. They drew lots, one
receiving a clerk, another a sten
ographer, another a page, etc., accord
ing to the custom of years. They will
bring with them to Tallahassee the
applicants for these positions at the
beginning of the 1921 session. The
senators, themselves, do not know
now who the attaches will be. The
secretary and reading clerks are not
included In this patronage, being
elected each session by all the sena
tors. All of the senators the sixteen
hold-overs as well as the new mem
bers caucused at the same time and
agreed upon a rule that will keep
the senate calendar cleared from now
till the end of the session. All bills
that have a chance of becoming law
will be passed or killed and the oth
ers rapidly disposed of. ''We wan
to have the skirts of the senate clear,"
said Senator Mac Williams, an
nouncing this determination -of the
L. & N. SHOP CLUB
BY 7 TO 6 SCORE
Manager Mack Lewis and His I. &
shop team were handed a trim
ming by Cnipley high school at Chip-
ley, Decoration Day, the score . being
7 to 6.. The Railroaders knocked
Daniels out of the box In the seventh
frame. ' ,"; .;. , "-.
Until the 'seventh; Brown held Chip
ley hitless,; but" In that' session "two
bad errors and v a double by Les Ol
ford, formerly of the Detroit Tigers,
gave Chipley a start. A wonderful
Stop of a hot line drive by "Bond fea
tured the game. C. Geist, the local
catcher, was knocked but in the-elghtii
Inning and was replaced by, Went-
WOrth. " i ;.. ,i -';. V - .rf :,".'',""'
Brown . struck oUt vJS menr Daniels,
3, and Meyers, 6. '.'V" .
A return, game .will be played here
and the shop boys ' expect .to .win
easily,; j "''
. The score by innings: R..II. E.
Chipley -v.000 000 204 17 6 3
L. & N. .120 021 000 06 9 5
Batteries Daniels, Meyers and Fan
nior; Brown and . Gelst, Wentworth.
Umpires: Thorpe and Kelley, of
UNION MEN AND FRIENDS TAKE
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There will be an entertainment with
(iam-iiir in .w n w. Tia.ll. Bavlen and
Romans streets. Thursday. June 5th, un
der the auspices oi smpounaers ana
Caulkers Local 815 for the benefit of the
carpenters who lost their tools at the
Bruce Drydock fire. .
Kntrance, 35c; ladles free.
H. PAULSEN, Pres.
W. H." LANGFORD, Secy.
DRAG IS PROVIDED ,
IN CASE ACCIDENT
AT 3AYVIEW PARK
Mayor, Sanders has caused the firm cf
Acosta & . Anderson to construct a drag
'which may be used at Bayvlew park m
future cases of drowning there. The
new drag is made to be trailed behind a
launch. Six or eight cnalng with stout
grappling hooks at the end are fastened
from a piece of two-lncn piping which
will skid along the bottom -of the bayou,
and it Is thought thai these hooks in
their movements will stir up all objects
which may be resting on the bottom..
The occasion of-: severing this equip
ment for the park, was the unfortunate
drowning accident there " last Sunday.
While it Is the hope of all that there
will be no- further occ.s:on for dragging
the bayou, it is a satisfaction . to know
that additional preparation for tragedies
has been made.
E. B. Hoffman & Son
Best Goods, Lowest Prices.
57 East Gregory, Phone 825
London Woolen Mills
Made to Your Individual Order
117 South PUrt StrMt
YOUR FALL SUIT
Reliable Tire Repair Shop
Tir Repairing and Steam
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
Out of Town Work Solicited.
SO Bast Garden Street,
PURITY ICE CREAM
Made of Pore Cream aad
Fresh Frnit Juices.
Jackson and D Sts. Phone 1781
KODAK FINISHING :
JUST THE WAY !
YOU WANT IT DONE
Careful Work at Moderate Prices f j '
Choice of Dull or Glossy Finish
Work Lelt by 8 a. m., Ready After 5 p. xn., Same Bay .
400 SOUTH PALAFOX
is necessary to the health, happiness and energy of man-
kind. (If you don't believe it, just think of the War bread.) '
JUST SO 'y
SUCRENE DAIRY FEED
ARAB HORSE AND MULE FEED
RED FEATHER SCRATCH FED
are essential; to keep our four-footed, and
feathered friends healthy, happy, '
active and productive
U: All for sale by . ' : ;
Frs. Mellen & Co.
Phone 334 Corner Garden and Alcaniz
0m Delicious Ice Cream
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Delivered Any Part of City
Single gallons. .$15 gallon
2 Gallons Up ...$1.00 gallon
Palace of Sweets
110 South Palafox
ed Fountain Gives
Us 89 1-2 per cent
NORMAN A. COX
Sheet Metal Worker
510 South Palafox Street .
Teach Your $ Cents"
Opp. Plaza Pari
South Palaf or.
Ford Cars and Tractors
J. D. Anderson, Dealer
19 W. Garden. Phone 4914
MAKES YOU ENJOY jYOUR RIDE 1,
We are experts in Repairing-, Washing and
Polishing. Prompt service is our motto. Let
us build your speedster's body. Bucket seats
and cowls to order.
Corner Tarragona and Wright Streets.
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