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Rheumatism
Excruciating pains and swellings
quickly relieved by the famous medi
cine SULFERRO-SOL
Wonderful remedy in cases of Rheum
atism, Indigestion, Eczema and other
blood and skin diseases. Druggists
sell it.
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SALVATION
ARL3Y LASSIES
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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 2, 1919.
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Who want a Bible that was carried
through the war from the retreat at
Mom to the signing of the armistice
a Blblft that rtd securely in Uu-.
pocVet of a hero wiunded five times
in the cause of world-democracy?
Lieutenant William Brieen of New
York City, wearing the Victoria Cross,
thecrojc da guerre and the D. S. O.
wit at the San Carlos Thursday and
is offering hi Bible as an award to the
person who gives him the largest In
dividual subscription to the Salvation
Army home service fund.
Qi.ick, energetic, enthusiastic, a real
hero, he talks reluctantly of his feats
in buttle but when the Salvation Army
is mentioned he becomes a fire of en
thusiasm. How He Values Lassies.
"If all of the money in your banks,
if all of the coin in your city treas
ury, if the coffers of your city treasury
ere dumped into the street and offered
io the Salvation ARrmy, you could
rot tegin to pay them," he says. "They
y -ere everywhere they should not have
t een. Why, if you looked to heaven
you saw & Salvation .Army . laesie. In
lhe trenches, out In no-man's land,
in the midlt of fighting and gas at
tackn, they stood staunchly by the boys
at tin front. I never saw such sac
rifice and and I never knew of a debt
fo unbounded that humanity owes to
thesf real people."
'T.iey would give a soldier then
last cent, they would scurry around
to fir d a cigarette for some fighter even'
it thy had to get It out of a German
helmet; no task win too great or too
pmalt for them. Service was thc-r
watciword and when ths great history
of the war is wtitten bright on Its
pafc , as a contributing factor toward
the winning of the conflict must be
written the deeds of the humble, quiet,
unassuming yet constantly and practi
cally active Salvation Army lass."
Can't Repay ths Debt.
Lieutenant Bricen Is speaking
throughout the South voluntarily In
the interest of the Salvation Army
fund. He is giving his services free
because, as he says, "I owe a debt to
this organisation that I can never re
pay, and every other American if h
only know it ean never hope to make
a return for what they have done for
the world."
"I wan wounded at the second bat
tle o! Ypres," he said, "and I lay i1
Ko-Van' Land knowing that it was
All o-er when two of these minister
ing angels of the Salvation Army lifted
. me ti nderly and bore me through the
barrnre back to the trenches. Just as
we reached our haven a shell burs,
and iTiss Wright, of Pittsburg, one of
the Salvation Army corps, was killed
Instarttly and became a silent martyr
to th.i cause of freedom and. human
ity. .
"I have been handed coffee by them
when the fighting seemed to have worn
rite Out, and f was almost ready to
give up: I have found their tooth
some doughnuts a life-saver when I fe!r
that lothing was worth while, and I
feel that nothing I can ever do wl'
over answer the debt I owe to these
sacrificing heroes of the war."
Was With rincess Pat.
He enlisted in the Army In Oct., 1914.
in Canada, and was assigned to the
famous Princess Patricia of the roy al
family, and never for a moment was
It forgotten, as he says nothing was
overlooked for their comfort by the
1 I rincesn. whom he terms "a real, plain, J
! democratic, big-hearted woman." J
His father, who was in the British -
Army, was killed at Somme, his broth -
erwas killed in the second battle of
Ypres, and Lieutenant Bricen was
wounded five times, in the hand, foot,
breast, and his left side scarred with
liquid fire, besides a gas attack, which
placed him in the hospital for nine
ir.onths.
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, Lvdia E. Pinkhani's Veg
etable Compound
Colimbla, Pa- "I was very weak
and tan down And had dragging-down
pains ana pains in
my back. I could
not get around to do
my work asd had to
ait down and rest
eften during theday.
I fawLydiaE. Pink
ham's Vegetable
Compound adrer
tieed in the papers
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I am healthier than I
ter i rts in my life, and can recommend
It to idt woman who suffers as I did."
Mrs. Elizabeth May, R.F.D. Ko. 1,
Columbia, Pa.
t The reason Lrdia E. Finkham'a Vege
table Ccmpecna is to successful in over
coming woman'a ills is because it con
tains the tonie,etrecgtbening properties
of good old fashtoced roots and herbs,
which act on the female organism.
Wosm n from all parts of the country
are ccc xtinually testifying to its ttrength
enicgr, curative Influence, and the letters
which vre ore constantly publishing from
wome l in every section of this country
prove beyond question the merit of this
aamocs root and herb medicine.
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Potato
Chips
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GOOD BOOKS
f INDUSTRY
RE PREPARED
Washington, D. C, June 1. The
government is about to make a contri
bution to the literature on various im
portant trades which, it is said, will
be of inestimable value in helping cer
tain industries adjust themselves to
afterwar economic conditions. Tho
contribution consists of a series of
phamplets prepared for the benefit of
employee, setting forth the proper
methods of teaching certain trades
and operations to workmen. These
booklets are being prepared by the U.
S. training service of the department
of labor and where adopted In the
industries for which they are intend
ed, they will work lasting benefits by
Increasing the earning power of the
workers and bettering production gen
erally, say government representa
tives. The subjects being covered by this
series are textile making garment mak
ing shoe manufacture, paper box mak
ing, lithography, piano manufacture,
foundry work, rubber manufacture, and
general fOremanship, The purpose of
the courses of training is to provTde
practical' means by which the workers
In the industry can attain a recog
nized standard of efficiency. By fol
lowing these courses, workers are able
to master their respective duties in
approximately one-half of the time
consumed under the old haphazard
method, government records show.
' Of the ten million industrial work
ers In this country, the tl. S. train
ing service estimates seven million are
not more than SO per cent efficient be
cause they have not had opportunity
to learn the best methods of doliii?
ielr tasks. The pamphlets which viil
be ready for distribution the latter part
of June are designed to furnish the In
dustries indicated above all the infor
mation needed to start training de
partments for theer workers. Already
250 concerns representing these lines
have established training departments
and are using the government methods
which are now being put into book
form by training service experts for
more general distribution.
Charley Butler at the First
Baptist Church.
Tby Are Always Gratefiil
For Ccticcra Soap
eeue t means skin comfort
and skin health. For shatmr.bath
Wf and shampooing it is wonderful.
Assisted by touches of Cuticura
Ointment, it does much to clear
the ektn of pimples, rashes, eciemas
and j irritations and the scalp of
dandruff and kching.
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MORRIS BROS.
LADIES READY - TO - WEAR
GENTS FURNISHINGS
ALL NEW STOCK
Belmont and Devilliers Streets
FORCHEIMER'S
FASHIONSHOP
exclusive shop row ready -to-
WEAR ANO MtLLINERV
QUALITY SHOP
FOR WOMEN
78 E. Wright St. Phone 676
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Grandma 's Way
Those dainty, flufFy,
lacy things that every
woman takes pride in
possessing let Grandma wash
them and they will last longer.
Grandma is the finest bar soap in
the new economical form powder.
A" spoonful or two in the water
makes the most glorious cleansing
suds you ever saw
Little or no rubbing when you use
Grandma. Rubbing and inferior
soap wears things out quickly.
Grandma costs less and goes farther
than bar soap try it.
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BICYCLES
New and Second
hand TIRES, REPAIRS
Wilson -Biggs Co.
"Home of the Dayton"
24 South Palafox Street
Elebash Jewelry Co.
Jewelers and Opticians
Successors to
Peter Lindenstruth
1 12 S. Palafox St. Phone 713
E. O'BRIEN MOTTA
TEACHER OF VIOLIN
Studio, No. 212 W. Cervantes St.
Phone No. 813
s a f " m - ' -
FOR MEN AND BOYS
SOUTH PALAFOX STREET
Let Us Be Your Milkman
Pasteurized Dairy Products
PENSACOLA DAIRY CO.
123 W. Garden St. Phone 1321
LEE ELECTRIC CO.
Contracting and Supplies
t09 N. Palafox St.
Phones 16712093
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Specials
Pompano
Green Trout
Spanish Mackerel
Florida Lobsters
River Shrimp
Lake Shrimp
Soft Shell Crabs '
Squab Chickens
New Green Peas
New String Beans
New Sugar Corn
Peaches
Strawberries
Canteloupes
All the delicacies of the
season properly prepared
and served.
Sunday table d'hote din
ner de lux, $1.25; served six
to eight-thirty.
-
Table d'hote luncheon,
daily, 60c and 75 c. .
Daily table d'hote dinner,
$1.00. ... -
COOLQUIET CLEAN
Where Will Your Boy
Spend the Summer?
On the Street or in the Summer 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 on screened
porches. 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 Carlo3 in Pensacola
on Monday and Tuesday, June 2 and 3, for personal interviews with parents and prospec
tive students.
CARLTON ADVISED
GOVERNMENT TO
TAKE WIRE LINES
Washington, June 1. 'Xewcomb
Carlton, president of the Western Un
ion, testified before the house inter
state commerce committee that the
trans-Atlantic cables were taken over
by the government, last November af
ter he had recommended to Burleson
that this be done for commercial rea
sons. He-said he did not know wheth
er his recommendation influenced the
postmaster general, but Burleson
seemed to like the idea. He later con
ferred with the president and the ca-
j bles were takn over.
j While the cables were not taken over
I unti lafter the armistice the executive
order directing their seizure, Carlton
said, was signed November fourth or
sixth. Wrhen he saw it, Carlton added,
it had not been attested by the secre
tary of war.
Charley Butler at the First
Baptist Church.
Reduce Weight
If you wish to reduce steadily, yet eat
fcandy, ice cream, etc, get a. small bo
Of oil of korein at the druggist's. Follow
the directions. Absolutely safe, guaranj
teed method of becoming thin. No self-;
starving; you become slender gracefully,!
vivacious, mentally and physically aiert j
glad you're alive! Reduction guaranteed j
10 to CO pounds or co cost to yvul I
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LIDAY NOTICE!
TUESDAY, JUNE 3rd.
Jefferson Davis' Birthday
being- a legal holiday in the State
of Florida, the banks of this city
will be closed for business on that
date.
AUDITS
COST SYSTEMS
R. T.RAINES
Public Accountant Auditor
American National Bank Building. Pensacola, Fla.
McCaskill Block. DeFunialc Springs, Fla.
INCOME TAX REPORTS EFFICIENCY ENGINEER
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