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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 3, 1919
HERE'S A DOCTOR'S
v PRESCRIPTION
For Those Suffering With
Rheumatism, Lumbago,
Lame Back and Uric
Acid Troubles.
It costs money to consult a doctor,
a id then you have to pay the druggist
for the prescription which you must
hive filled.
You get both the advice of a doctor
aid cost of the medicine when you
bay a bottle of Prescription C-2223.
This splendid liquid compound was
u ?ed in the practice of a specialist
for years it gave his patients relief
where other doctors and remedies had
failed. '
Prescription C-2223 will relieve you.
Suppose you go to your druggist to
ri iy. Ask him for a large 1.50 bot
tle of Prescription C-2223 and 2223
Liver Pills and begin, the treatment
is soon as possible. If, after . you
hive used two bottles according to
d sections, you do not feel that; you
h ive been sufficiently benef itecL take
the. empty bottles back to your drug
gist, tell him all about it and he will
promptly refund you the price which
you paid for the two bottles.
J'rescription C-2223 can be" had at.
rr.rst good drug Stores or The 2223
Laboratories, Memphis, Tenn., will
s'!'d you a bottle postpaid on receipt
o price under the same guarantee. .
32 YEAR'S SERVICE.
Mrs. A. Waldman, 460 Glenn Ave.,
Fresno. Cal., writes: "When I was
o mg I had a fever and it left me
with a cough every winter. Thirty
two years ago I read about Foley's
Hone and Tar and bought some and
it helped me. I use it yet and it
h'lps me every time. I am a widow,
G; years old." There is nothing better
f r bronchial, grip and similar lin
g( ring coigns and cokls that hang
on. Just fine for children for croup
asid whooping cough. Contains no
opiates. Sold everywhere. Adv.
Prescription
Bone Pains
BIRTHDAY OF JEFF
DAVIS WILL BE
OBSERVED TODAY
In observance of the birthday of Jef
ferson Davis today the Naval Stores
market, the Chamber of Commerce and
other places about the city will be
closed for a holiday, it is announced, in
accordance with the usual custom in
th south. : ' .
Stop licking Eczema
N,-vfi- mir.d how r.fteri vou have tried
u id failed, you can stop burning, itching
;cz2ms quickly by applying a little zemo
X rnished by any druggist for 35c Extra
!arge bottle, $1.00. Healing begins the
m oment zemo is applied. In a short tim
usually every trace of eczema, tetter
pimples, rash, blackheads and similat
skin diseases will be removed.
For clearing the skin and making i
vigorously healthy, always use zemo, the
penetrating, antiseptic liquid. It is not a
greasy salve and it does not stain. Yhen
o .hers fail it is the one dependable treat-
n.ent for skin troubles rf all hinds.
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"BEST IIIVESTLIEHT
1 HAVE EVER MADE"
Contractor Wouldn't Take Five
Hundred Dollars for Good Tan
lac Did Him.
"I Just want to say rigrht now that
I wouldn't take five hundred dollars
for the good that first bottle of Tan
lac did me, for I feel like It has given
me a new lease on life," said C. E.
Nelson, a contracting carpenter, living
at 7728 63rd. avenue, Southeast, Port
land. Ore., recently.
"Following a serious accident four
months ago," he continued, "which
laid me up for eight or nine weeks,
I lost my appetite, and mjr stomach
got all out of order. What little I did
manage to. eat would sour and form
gas. which would cramp and pain me
until I could hardly stand It. Then
my kidneys went back on me, and my
back hurt so bad I "couldn't find a
comfortable position. They said I had
rheumatism or 'lumbago,' then my
right leg, below the knee, got to hurt
ing me, and at times I couldn't stand
on my feet or get up when down. I
was constipated all the time and suf
fered a great deal with headache. No
body knows how I really did suffer,
because I just can't describe it, and
as nothing seemed to do me any good
I had become discouraged about my
condition.
"I finally sent down and got a bot
tle of Tanlac, as I had read so much
about it, and it was about the best
investment I ever made. My appetite
came bounding back after my first
few doses, and by the time my second
bottle was gone, my stomach trouble
was almost gone, too. I am now eat-
ing any and everything I- want and
it don't hurt me the least bit, and
my kidneys and bacl are greatly im
proved. At the time I started on
Tanlac I had to use crutches in order
to get about, but I don't need them
now at all, and have thrown them
aside. I have gained several pounds
in weight, and can just feel myself
getting stronger every day. I have
srone back to work already, and I
never lose an opportunity tospeak-
a good word for Tanlac."
Tanlac is sold by leading druggists
everywhere. Adv.
MAY CLEAR DAYS
NUMBERED SEVEN,
RAINED FIFTEEN
There were but seven clear days
during the month of May and only two
of these had 100 per cent sunshine.
There were 12 cloudy days and 12 part
ly cloudy. Rain fell on 15 days out of
the 31.
The lowest temperature recorded was
55 on May 21. and the highest was 82,
on May 14. The greatest daily range
was 20 degrees on . May 11, .and the
least was 4 on May 4.
The greatest wind velocity for five
minutes was 62 miles an hour from the
southwest on May 26. '
SHOES WEAR LONGER
When you walk in comfort: so do stocK
Ings. A package of Alien s Foot-Ease,
the antiseptic powder to shake Into the
shoes and sprinkle in the foot-bath, gives
you that "old shoe" comfort. Allen's
Foot-Ease stops the pain of bunions,
corns and calluses, and makes -tight or
new shoes feel easy. Ladies can wear
shoes one size smaller with the same
comfort by shaking some Allen's Foot
Kase In each shoe in the morning. Sold
everywhere.
RAILROAD SCHEDULES
9 Louisville & Nashville R. R.
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at Pensacola, Fla.
The following schedule figures pub
lished as Information and not guaran
teed. (Central Standard Time)
ARRIVES. LEAVES
5:30 p.m. Montgomery, Bir
mingham, Nashville, : .
Louisville. Cincinnati 12:30 p.m.
5:30 p.m. St. Louis, Chicago,
Memphis . . . 12:30 p.m.
5:30 p.m. New Orleans, Mo
bile 12:30 p.m.
B :30p.m. Atlanta,., Washing
ton, New York 12:30 J.m.
6:45 a.m. Montgomery. Bir
mingham. Nashville,
Louisville, Cincinnati 10:45 P.m.
6:45 a.m. Memphis, St. Louis,
Chicago . . . . 10:45 p.m.
5:45 a.m. New Orleans, Mo
bile . . . 01:45p.m.
5:45 a.m. Atlanta, Washing
ton, New York .... 10:45p.m.
6:45p.m. .. Mobile Local .. 6:00a.m.
9:45 a.m. Jacksonville. Talla
hassee 6:15 a.m.
10:25 p.m. Jacksonville, Talla
hassee 6:55 p.m.
: Daily except Sunday.
UNITED STATES -
RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION
CONSOLIDATED TICKET OFFICE
San Carlos Hotel. Phone 47
UNION MEN AND FRIENDS TAKE
NOTICE.
There will be an entertainment with
dancing in W. O. W. hall, Baylen and
Romana streets, Thursday, June 5th,
under auspices of Shipcarpenters' and
Caulkers Local 815, for the benefU
of the carpenters who lost their toola
at the Bruce Drydock fire. Entrance,
35 cents. Ladies free.
H. PAULSEN,
V. II. LANGFORD, President.
Secretary.
ROAD INN TO
OPEN TONIGHT
ACROSS BAY
Beginning tonight open house will
be kept at the Road Inn pavilion, four
miles across the bay, it is announced,
and low rate excursion fares will be
run to the resort by the Myerdal
and other boats when occasion de
mands. A commodious dock has been
constructed at the landing and the
place, known as the Duncan estate,
has been otherwise improved.
There are a number of rooms to
let to parties desiring to spend more
than a day and. the management ex
pects to-cter to private picnic par
ties, lunch and refreshments will be
served and there are ample facilities
for bathing and boating. The beach
is one of the finest around the bay.
Beginning Saturday night, there will
be regular weekly dancing events
with special dancing other nights as
arranged. The floor is 70x70.
It is planned to keep the pavilion
open day and night for the benefi
and pleasure of its patrons.
water
Relief
ssfor indigestion
By Ahren
kOtttSis Bell-ans
Hot
ARROW
softGOLLARS
FIT WELL WASH EASILY
Clu4tt. Pvzbodyf Co., ., Troy. N. Y.
TEXTILES ARE
BEING STUDIED
BYGOVERNMENT
PRACTICAL WAYS OF ELIMINAT
ING NEEDLESS EXPENSE ARE
BEING WORKED OUT BY EX
PERTS. Washington, June 2. Practical
ways for eliminating needless expense
now burdening the textile industries
of the country are contained in a
pamphlet on training textile worker.,
now being prepared by U. S. train
ing service of the department of la
bor. It is estimated that the adoption
of these courses reduces by one-half
the time required for workers to learn
their respective tasks in the textile
mills. Other special benefits claimed
for training are marked reduction in
accidents to employes and in damage
to machinery.
At present the common practice in
starting a new textile employe to
work is to place him beside an old
employe who Is supposed to instruct
the beginner as he has opportunity.
In addition to performing his regular
duties. Many times little or no real
instruction is given and the worker
has to pick up his knowledge the best
way he can.
A training department such ?s the
government experts recommend pro
vides a special instructor who teaches
the various operations according to
the most approved method and care
fully explains all safety regulations.
The work In these training depart-
; ments is not theoretical, for the learn
ers are put on actual production and
so are accustomed to conditions as
they find them when transferred to
the class of regular operators.
The training departments are In
tended for old as well as new em
ployes. They giver the former prac
tical means for preparing for promo
tion or improving their performance
and" enable the worker to obtain a
broader knowledge , of the industry
than would otherwise be possible. The
pamphlet includes instruction for
workers on pickers, cards, dr wing
frams, fly frames, spinning frames.
warpers, slashers and spoolers as well
as weaving and knitting.
For the Relief of Rheumatic Pains.
When you have stiffness and sore
ness of the muscles, aching joints
and find it difficult to move without
pain, try massaging the affected parts
with Chamberlains Liniment. It will
relieve the pain and make rest and
sleep possible. Adv.
G66 has more imitations than
any other Chill and Fever Tonic
he market, but no one wantrJ
imitations.. They are dangerous
things in the medicine line.
adv.
jacksonville to
elect mayor by
people Hereafter
BY HERBERT FELKEL. -
Tallahassee, June 2. Senator But
ler today passed through the senate
the Waybright house bill creating the
office of mayor of Jacksonville, after
amending it to submit the matter
to the voters in the general election
instead of at the second primary next
Tuesday and fixing the salary of that
Official at $4,000 a year, straight and
flat. The candidates for mayor may
qualify by petition. Representative
Waybright announced tonight that ho
would accept these amendments,
which means that the bill will pass
early this week, all difference upon
the matter having been adjusted.
Jacksonville will again have a mayor
elected by the people, and the cam
paign pledges of both Messrs. Butler
and Waybright fulfilled.
"CAN I BE
CURED?" SAYS
THE SUFFERER
How often bare you heard that ad
cry from the victims of disease. "Per
haps the disorder has cone too far for
help, but oftener it is just in its first
stages and the pains and aches are only
nature's first cries for help. Do not
despair. Find out the cause and give
nature all the help yon can and sha
will repay you -with health. Look after
the kidneys. The kidneys are the most
overworked organs of the human body,
. and when they fail in their work of
filtering and throwing off the poison
that constantly accumulates in the sys
tem, verything goes wrong. GOLD
MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules will
give almost immediate relief from kid
ney and bladder troubles and their kin
dred ailments. They will free your
body from pain in short order. But be
sure to get GOLD MEDAL. Look for
the name on every box. In three sizes,
sealed packages. Money, reflated, it
they da not help you.
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Accountants, Public
RAINES. R. T.
Public Accountant Auditor
American National Bank Building.
Pensacola, Fla McCaskill Block,
DeFuniak Springs, Fla.
Automobiles.
DOnOK V'tjos. MOTOR CA.R
O. H. HAYS. Dealer. Phone 874
Auto Painting
PK.VSACOr.A- BTTOGT WORKS
m-1SR Kast InVondenHa. Phone 57
Auto Repairer and Accessories.
, ,
ABBOTT ATJTO REPAIR CO.
201 N. Pa'afox street. Phone 415
A complete line of Automobile Accessories
Bakeries.
;: HEEDS' SANITARY BAKERY
195 N Palafox St. Phone 484
BENNETT'S BAKERY
46 West Relmont. Phono S15
Baggage and Transfer.
BORRAS TRANSFER CO.
Pft nyinm ptf-Pf't Phone 11 45
Chiropractors
W. C. OOELZ
Chiropractor
Office,. Phone 303: Residence, 2247
S?-S31 Brent Building.
Clothiers
M O. CT.OTHINC3 STORE
319-323 South Palafox. Phone 113
Coal Dealers.
CART & CO.
Office Phones 98-119: Taid Phones 6-184
Dry Cleaning.
NATIONAL DRY CLEANING CO.
16 Kast CJarcien St. Phone 251.
Druggists.
THE CENTRAL PHARMACY
100 South Pa'.afox. . Phones 177-17S
THR CRYSTAL' PHARMACY
S3 South Palafox. Phones 921-922
D'ALEXfBKRTE'S PHARMACY
121 South Palafov Phone 109
Electrical Supplies
PEAKF, KI.F.CTRIC & SANITARY
PLUMBING CO.
30 S. Palafox Street. Phone 343
BAROCO ELECTRIC CO.
17 TVest Garden Street. Phone 619
LEE'S ELECTRICAL CO.
Electrical Supplies
Phones 1674-2093. 109 N. Palafox St.
REED BINGHAM
House WIrinff. Electrical Supplies,
Contractor.
Phone 2075 Box 28S
Florists.
MRS. NELLIE M. BOTSEN
The Onlv Down Town Florist. '
18 West Garden Street. Phone 1800
NORTH HILL GREENERY
Greenhouses. 919 N. Baylen St. Phone 887
Mower Stop. 9 W. Romana St. Phone 828
LEE ELECTRIC CO.
Contracting and Supplies
109 N. Palafox St.
Phones 16712093
FORCHEIMER'S
FSHIONSHOP
EXCLUSIVE SHOP FOR READY -TO.
WEAR AND M1LLINERV
QUALITY SHOP
FOR WOMEN
78 E. Wright St. Phone 676
Hallmark Transfer Co.
All Kinds of Hauling
Heav3r Hauling a Specialty
Phone 618
The Pensacola Electric Garage
Officiat Service Station for Philadel
phia Diamond Grid Battery.
GUARANTEED 18 MONTHS.
Ignition Specialist.
Chase &. Baylen - Phone 940
1 Standard Computing Scale; 1 Nation
al Oil Tank 1 Mule; 3 Feed Bins.
Apply
Hoffman & Sellers Auto Co.
At E. B. Hoffman Sons Old Stand
57-59 E. Gregory St. Phone 825
IN THIS
This
Directory
IsIssuedThree
Times a Week and
the Charge
$1.00 Per Month
. Phone 1500 and tell us
4 enter your name under
proper classification.
Central Trades Council
PENSACOLA TRADES AND LABOR
COUNCIL
R. D. LallONT, Sec, Box SS.
Foundries.
BAY SHORE FOUNDRY CO..
Sll West Main Street. Phone 677
Groceries.
MRS. THELMA FRENCH
Groceries and Soft Drinks
Phone 2263. Chase and Eighth Ave.
MRS. L. W. VAN METER
Groceries.
9th Ave. and Strong. Phone 1C57
Ba'CRAY GROCERY CO.
429 West Jackson fcst. Phone 1156
NICK VASSO
Fruits and Groceries.
500 E. Wright St. Phone 478
Horseshoing.
O. 'A. BRIOOS
Practical Horseshoer
16 W. Intendencia St. Phone 622
Ice Dealers.
PENSACOLA ICE CO.
106-108 N. Tarragona. Phones 69-259
Job Printers.
MAYES PRINTING CO.
16 Wea: Government St. Phone 181
Laundry.
THE PERFECTION LAUNDRY
Dry Cleaning nd Steam Pressing'
PJfcme 188
Motor Boat Supply Store.
PENSACOLA GAS ENGINE &
SUPPLY CO.
713 S. Palafox St. Phone 62T
GULF MACHINE WORKS
813-817 South Palafox Phones 162-1 4M
Market and Grocer.
JOHN CRESSES, GROCER
924 N. Davis Street. Phone 432
TONY CLEVRO
CHRIS CARVEL GROCER
t20 N. Ouillemarde. Phone 1546
R. B. MARKETS
Meats
31 N. DeVtlMer Street. Phone 947
Meat Markets.
THE PARLOR MARKET
214 South Palafox. Phones 173-174
Merchant Tailors.
DAN BROWN, MERCHANT TAILOR CO.
expert Kteam Cieanwig and Dyeing.
Sulfa PriaAr1 Saa.
27 W. "Relmont Ft. Phone 93J
Music btores.
CLUTTER MUfJIC HOUSE
114 South Palafox Street. Phone 1$
Newspapers.
. THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL
Daily-Weekly-Sunday
Phones: Editorial, 38; Business, 1800
, THE PENSACOLA NEWS
Evening: Except Sunday
Phones: Editorial 454; Business, 111
AUDITS COST SYSTEMS
tf R. T.RAINES T,-
Public Accountant Auditor
American National Bank Building; Pensacola, Fla. ,
McCaskill Block, DeFuniak Springs, Fla.
INCOME TAX REPORTS EFFICIENCY ENGINEER
E. O'BRIEN MOTTA
TEACHER OF VIOLIN
Studio, No. 212 W. Cervantes St.
Phone No. 813
THE LEADER
FOR MEN AND BOYS
SOUTH PALAFOX STREET
Let Us Be Your Milkman
Pasteurized Dairy Products
PENSACOLA DAIRY CO.
123 W. Garden St. Phone 1321
MORRIS BROS.
LADIES READY-TO-WEAR
GENTS' FURNISHINGS
ALL NEW STOCK
Belmont and Devilliers Street"
o
H
yx
to
the
Optician.
DR. T. O. YATES
Expert OpjHan. Flaher Bulldlnf
Painters, Paper Hangers.
B. B. WELLS
12 East Government. PhonS TTS
Photographers.
CIIAS. COTTRELL
204 1-2 South Palafox. Phon 110
Restaurants.
ANOELOS DArRY LUNCH
10 South Palafox Street. Phone ff 01
Shoe Shops.
SAM CHARLES
Shoe Maker
Palafox and Main St a.
Phono Eli
T,WJ-:AR Rair SHOP
1021 N. Davis Street. Phono 610
CHATTMAN'S ELECTRICAL) SFIOB
SHOP
For City Quality at Villa Prices
Warringrton, Fla.
Ship Chandlery.
A. ZTCLnTS
n c t, , . Sh,P Chandler..
711 ft. Palafox St.
Phone 189
Taxi Service.
V. Q. VENTURA
. TaxI Servlwo.
East Garden St. rhone SO?
Bob's Taxi Ihone 333
Service Day end Night
16 West Garden
Tjn Workers.
N. A. COX, TIN SHOP
510 S. PrJafox Sreet. Phone 413
Tailoring.
KING TAILORING CO.
Builders of Fine Flttln Clothes
30 South Palafox Street
Trained Nurses.
Rertstery f Trained Nurses at White
y Pharmacy. Day Phone 180. Night 446
Turkish Baths.
PENSACOLA HOSPITAL,
Phone 843.
UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS
REPAIRED
Work Guaranteed
J. C. Young: 103 23. GregT7
Wholesale Grocers.
CONSOLIDATED GROCERY OCV
201 E. Garden St. Phon 2719
Undertakers.
NORTHUP A WOOCI
undertakers.
j West Intendencia St.
PTiobs M. .
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
112 S. Palafox St. Phone 713
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