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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. WEDNESDA Y MORNIN G, JUNE 4, 1919.
DEAR FOLKS: usiJNKSb took me to Scranton, Pa., during the weeklrf May 12-17, and while there I was fortunate in meeting forty-seven men whojB represent the IRON DIVISION of Wilson and Company mana gers of branches and salesmen. It was during: this week that the pecple of the Keystone State bubbled aver with enthusiasm and a wonderful welcome to the men of the IRON DIVISION OF PENNSYLVANIA who had T7- .i i I lumcu 4.x rrauce, alter nav- inj: performed in magnificent j fashion at a great sacrifice of lif'J, but Showing that indom- ;40i,l- , ... nil able courage and will power, wruch are attributes of the men of rugged character and phy sicue that the hills of Northern Pennsylvania raise. I wouldn't have missed this unex pected meeting of these forty-seven mei for anything. Heretofore my knowledge of the Wilson and Com pany organization has been confined largely to personal contact with the rank nd file of workers in the Chi cago and New York plants. It had .not been -my pleasure to meet sales representatives in a convention of their own. This convention of the managers or branches and salesmen of Wilson and Company in th north eastern district of Pennsylvania had been planned to discuss ways and mens to better promote the sale of lis a bJod disease and can only be re the Wilson certified food products-j " " lieved by a specific like ' such as the smoked meats, boiled I QTTT FT7?T?'RriQfYr . hams. sausagTe and canned fruits, vegetables and meats. It was my privilege to sit in their meeting and I am very glad I had the opportunity, because these men have got it in their souls to promote the interests of their chief, Thomas E. Wilson, who has put intelligence and integrity into food products. Konething that has given his name and his products a reputation which peimlts his sales organizations in all sections of the country to sell "Wil Bn Certified Brands under their good name and quality, without necessitat ing salesmen to carry samples. I heard a new phrase used by one of the branch managers that I think Is a "corker," and I am passing .it along to you because you will appre ciate what it means for an organiza tion to be backed up by men who are as proud of his achievements in food productions as if they owned the bus iness themselves. :hls is what he said: "Isn't it great, boys, to be associated with an organization in which our CON'FIDENCE IS CERTIFIED to as grt at an extent as the certified pro- J duots which we have the pleasure of selling? You can't beat that, boys, can you?" Answering that question for your selves, you know what it means then when I tell you that this northeast ern division of Pennsylvania branch workers and salesmen, as well as the other divisions of salesmen in all sec tlois of the country HAVE "Certified Confidence' in Thomas E. Wilson and his food products. The chairman at the meeting made thlse remarks: ( "With the splendid backing that our sales people are getting from Mr. Wilson and his family of executives and his associate workers In the va rious plants, we must pull together and see to it that Wilson products may be found on sale on the shelves of every food merchant in our ter ritory. Wilson products must be lib erally distributed among dealers so that the consumer will have no diffi culty in buying tbem. We must .de velop and cultivate the trade of tho sma.ll dealer, we must not overlook the fact that the small dealer is tho large dealer of next year. Banded to geiher as we are no power on earth can hold us back from making a place for our company and ourselves In the business world. We know that the policy of the business is sound to the core and the fact that our motto "T'le Wilson Label Protects Your Ta 3le" insures a square deal for all. there is no reason why dealers every where should not carrya full line of Wilson and Company products, thus enabling Us to establish a wonderful cht.in of dealers handling certified focds from one end of the country to the other, and through these deal ers establishing a splendid relation ship between the consumers and our organization. , We have confi dence in our company and In its methods we have confidence in our selves and with these three funda mentals we cannot fall to build a business that will endure in honor and service forever.' The general consensus of opinion among the forty-seven representing the IRON DIVISION of Wilson and Co-npany in Northeastern Pennsyl vania, is that it Is an honor to be on the Wilson and Company payroll, and that It gives them an opportunity to satisfy their own ambitions in life. Thsy say they like to be Identified with an organization which stands for ideilism and CERTIFIED PRACTICE in business. One man. in speaking of Wilson and Conpeny's Certified Boiled Hams said: "3oya, if we have any difficulty in per suading any dealer to buy Wilson and CoMpany's Certified Boiled Hams from us. Us our own fault. Why. do you know that we made a recent test of how ths ham cuts up and we discovered that there was only oneounc of waste in the whole ham. We not only certify as to purity, but we certify to economy In use." Tie pride that Wilson and Company workers feel in their organization hasn't cr ance on earth of ever having a fall be rau le it la too genuine and too deep root ed and ao entirely justified. Sincerely yours. . WILLIAM C. FUEEMAX, v 250 Fifth Ave., New York City. Local NeWs Briefs- U. S. District Attorney John I. Neely will leave this rooming for Jackson ville, where he goes on legal business for a few days and from there he will go to Gainesville, where the regular annual term of court will be convened next Monday morning by ' Judge Wm. sheppard. other officials of the coun will go over irom nre ounaay, It is not expecte dthe court will be in ession for more than two or three days. The steamship Wask, which arrived in port yesterday morning, will remain some days, it is expected, for repairs. She came in light and is anchored out in the stream. Mr. Robert Stout left yesterday for Montgomery, to be absent from the city pfor several days. r Oliver Messrs. Tom Kennedy and Pkln. and Misses Marion Laney and Myrtle Rice spent yesterday out at the Mafirnolia , . Mrs. J. B. Humphreys, who recently underwent a serious operation in Nash- vllle l3 reDorted as greatly improved. her many friends here will be glad to know. Deputy U. S. Marshal Cuyer McMil lan is attending U. S. distirct court over at Mobile this wek as a witness. G. Scotti, proprietor of a grocery store at Garden and Reus streets, is under arrest charged with selling gro ceries contrary to the Sunday closing law. Deputy Sheriff Hall made the ar rest. j Eight white boys wer fined 14 and costs In the city court yesterday for "shooting craps" in the western part f0f the city on Monday. E C 2 E GuA Used by thousands for Rheumatism. Indigestion. Eczema and other blood and stomach diseases. Druggists sell It. URGENT NECESSITY -FOR ELECTRICAL BILL EMPHASIZED The fact that several fires were caused during the electrical storm early yesterday morning has increased local interest in the Electrical Safety Bill, known as Senate Bill No. 288, which is now before the lower house of the leg islature, having passed the senate last week. . "William E. Storey of the Electrical Workers Local, in speaking of the fires last evening, said that there never was a time when an electrical safety law was needed so much as at present. He mentioned an instance where a man was electrocuted in a bath tub due to improper house wiring. The ; man reached up to turn on a light and be- cause the wire was not properly grounded, the full voltage of the line passed through his body. The Electrical Safety Bill embodies the rules of the National Electric code and the Bureau of Standards. It pro vides for a stricter inspection system and gives the inspector greater pow ers. " The bill is intended to protect the users of electricity from the danger of faulty insulation and installation. Mr. Storey expressed the hope last i night that those who are interested will urge their representatives to see that the bill is passed. While the measure has passed the senate alright, it is evident that there is great liability of its being lost in the batch of several hundred bills now stacked up in the house, many of which it is sure will not be reached before the time for adjournment Friday at noon. UNION JEN 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 Shlpcarpenters' and Caulkers Local 815, for the benef't of the carpenters who lost their tools at the Bruce Drydock fire. Entrance, 35 cents. Ladies free. H. PAULSEN, W. H. LANGFORD; President. Secretary. RAILROAD SCHEDULES 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) AIWIVES. LEAVES 5:30 p.m. Montgomery. Bir mingham. Nashville. Louisville. Cincinnati 13:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. St. Louis. Chicago. Memphis 12:30 p.m. 5: SO p.m. New Orleans. Mo bile 12:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. Atlanta. Washing ton. New York .... 12:30 J.ra. 5:45 a.m. Montgomery. Bir mingham. Nashville. Louisville, Cincinnati 10:45 p.m. 5:43 a.m. Memphis, St. Louis. Chicago 10:45 p.m. 5:45 a.m. New Orleans, Mo bile 01:45 p.m. 5:45 a.m. Atlanta. Washing- ton. New York .... 10:45p.m. :45 p.m. .. Mobile Local .. 6:00 a.m. 9:45 a.m. Jacksonville, Talla hassee 6:15 a.m. 10:23 p.m. Jacksonville. Talla- . hassee 6:55 p.m. Dally except Sunday. UNITED STATES RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION CONSOLIDATED TICKET OFFICE Ban Carlos Hotel. Phone 47 To Faff? A guaranteed weight reduction method: safe, pleasant. Brings alenderness. bet ,,r h.e'lth happlneas. Get small box of oil of koreln tin capsules) at the drug gists. Follow directions. You are al lowed to eat sweets, etc.: no starvation or strenuous exercising. Your life becomes worth living with Hearer mind. Improved rgure. buoyant step, cheerfulness and optimism. Get thin and stay so. Cut ut ad show, others UU advancement. SALVATION ARMY OFFICER BRINGS HAPPYMESSAGE Suffered From Constipation Since Childhood Has Taken Great Quantity of Pills and Calomel Now Advises the Use of Dreco, the Herbal Remedy. "Every night before going to bed I have taken pills, calomel or some such medicine, for a long time; in fact. I have suffered since childhood from constipation." states Mrs. Adjutant Cuthbert of the Salvation Army, how stationed in Montgomery! Ala. "I also have a very lazy liver and have taken enough calomel to almost kill a person, but the old trouble al ways returned. I continually had a bad taste in my mouth, foul breath, dizzy spells, headaches and my food di gested poorly. "Since taking Dreco I am fully con vinced that ' it (s great medicine, for all my troubles are about gone. I heartily recommend this splendid med icine for I believe it will overcome the troubles for which it is recommendd." When one takes pills, calomel, or any harsh purgative. It simply blasts a way through, then the old condition returns. Compare the difference when one takes Dreco, the new herbal reme dy. Drco acts gently day after day, gradually removing the cause of the trouble and at the same time acts as a tonic to the organs and restores them to healthy action as intended by nature-, therfore. results obtained from Drtco are lasting. rDeco is pleasant to laOJfSparck Ttrson,.. and absolutely harmless even to children and elderly persons. Mr. Stout, the well-known Dreco ex pert, has headquarters at the Balkcom Drug Co., to meet the local public and explain the merits of this great-remedy. See him today. adv. FORCHEIMER'S FASHION SHOP EXCLUSIVE SHOP FOR READY .TO. WEAR AND MILLINERV "The Store for Wome" QUALITY SHOP VFOR WOMEN 78 E. Wright St. Phone 676 Hallmark Transfer Co. All Kinds of Hauling Heavy Hauling a Specialty Phone 618 The Pensacola Electric Garage Official 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 & 57-59 E. Gregory St. Sons Old Stand Phone 825 Doubleteh Value of YourTii Buy an Electric Washer An Electric Washing- Machine will double the value of your time, Mrs. Housewife. It will bring to your home the same labor, time and strength-saving conveniences that the type writer, adding machine, filing cabinet etc., have brought to the office, for it saves and conserves time, labor, health, clothes, money. If you want your washing done better than human, hands can do it if you want , to be freed from the responsibilities of unreliable wash . women, buy an Electric Washer now. - Convenient Payments If Desired LPein3Sl(C0a Electric Co telephone 2010 LEE ELECTRIC CO. Contracting and Supplies 109 N. Palafox St. Phones 1671 2093 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 j 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 Streets BICYCLES New and Second hand TIRESrftEPXlRS 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 DR. LIVINGSTONE THE SPECIALIST What I Say I'll Do, I Will Do. Second Floor, Masonic Temple, Pensaeola. "Let Us Make You Make Good With a Kodak." REYNALDS MUSIC HOUSE e DJEURALGIA or Headache- Rub the forehead and temples with 'xcxVr VAPnro vrtiio RnnYCUaCD" -30. 6Q. L2Q PEAKE ELECTRIC COMPANY. The Home of Exide Battery Service. 30 S. Palafox. Phone 343. We Furnish the Home Complete NORMAN A. COX Sheet Metal Worker 510 South Palafox Street Phone 413 Chero-Cola There is none so good. Chero-Cola Bottling: Works. Phone 236. ECONOMY STORE "Teach Your $ Cents' Opp. Plaza- Park, South Palafor. FISHER-BROWN We Will Bond You. 918 Phones 919 Ford Cars and Tractors J. D. Anderson, Dealer 19 W. Garden. Phone 1914 BALKCOM DRUG CO "THE PRESCRIPTION STORE" Phone 19 or 123 4 WHITE HICKORY" and "CONSOLIDATED" FARM WAGONS Consolidated Gro. Co. Notice to Ice Consumers Our wagons are quipped with ecalee nl consumer! wll! lease exact correct welRhr and report any discourtesy ol drlvr to office. Phonwi 59 cr 859. SOUTHERN UTILITIES CO. Successor to PENSACOLA ICE COMPANY E. B. Hoffman & Son SELLING OUT Best Goods. Lowest Prices. 57 East Gregory. Phone 825 London Woolen Mills Made to Your Individual Order 117 South Plm Street YOUR FALL SUIT S15 r:n Reliable Tire Repair Shop Tire Repairing and Steam Vulcanizino. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. Out of Town Work Solicited. 30 East Garden Street, PURITY ICE CREAM Made of Pure Cream aad Fresh Fruit Juices. Jackson and D Sts. Phone 1781 Always the latest records in stock. PALACE JEWELRY CO. D'ALEMBERTE'S PEROXIDE CREAM for face massage. Phono 109 "A GOOD urtUG STORE THE CLOVER STUDIO 196 N. Palafox St. The Place Where Kodax Finish Is Well Done. BORRAS AUTO SUPPLY CO. 117-119 W. Garden St. Automobile SuppUes arsA Accessories. Agents tov 6 7 mm H!jr Oavideoo Motorcycles. Speedometer Service Station Specialists on ' Speedometers Vacuum Tanks, Horns and Spot Lights 19 East Garden Street Phone 333 The Parlor Market "Horn of All Tnat'a Pure? Fresh Western Meats POULTRY, EGGS AND GREEN GROCERIES 1TVPHON ES -174 WATCH WINDOWS POSS NEW DRY GOODSSTORE 31 South Palafox Street 20 "a. PALAFOX T. -BETTER CLOTH tS' L. E. NOBLES & CO. Asent HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX and KIRSCHBAUM SUITS "YOUR MONEY'S WORTH, OR YOUR MONEY BACK" 29 Scuth Palafox Street. Phone 790 in ij.mil wi in .!'!, j 16 North Palafox. . CUT RATE SHOE SHOP . Shoe Repairing Quickly Done. Work called for and delivered. Guaranteed work at fair price3. 431 West Belmont Street, f Phone 932. JOHNSON & FREDERICKSON Painting, Paperhansing and Decorating 10 West Government Street Phone 534 Partridge Insurance Asrency Now Located at Room 405 Amerein Nat'l Bank Bldg. ; Phone 291 Fire, Aeeldent, Health, Life, Liability, Automobile, Court Contracts and Surely Bonds. Send Your Old Shoes to West End Shoe Store For "Rt nnd Neatest Work In Repairs. . All Work GuNJnteed 321 North DeVillier Street. Phone 2032 WOOD WOOD Escambia Wood Yard WE HAVE IT The Kind That Burns $1.50 and $2.00 a load READY-TO-WEAR STORE If It's New Yon Will Find It Hero 9 and 1 1 South Palafox Street THE MORGAN-THORSON Transfer Company Truck or Team Service Phone 710 Pensacola Launch & Ma ' chine Co. WILLARO SERVICE 8TATION Willard 8torage Batteries and Re pairs of all Makes Batteries Two Seta Marine Ways Machine Shoo in Connection. Mayes' Printing: Co. Office Supplies 17-19 W. Government Phone 181 iVLSl Try a Pound of WARFIELD'S COFFEE. Phone 1566. GARDEN CASH GROCERY CO. BLUE LABEL COFFEE. OK per can 4JU Phone 2027 Garden and DeVillier FALK'S Millinery and Ready-to-Wcar North Palafox, Just Above lets Theatre Ask for the Union Label On Your Sign Wrighton the Sign Man 11 E. Intendencia AUTOS FOR HIRE With or Without Drivers. SEE BOB BOB'S TAXI 19 EAST GARDEN STREET PHONE 333 LOUIS D. ROBINSON 209 Thieson Bldg. SIGNS Show Card3 and Slides T. E. Williams 6 Co. FURNITURE 90 E. Wright. Phone 1995 Kodak Finishing Picture Framing Kodak and Filma Ansco Cameras LA MODE 122124 South Palafox Street Ladies' Garments and Fine Millinery. TUB BEST PLACE TO 8HOP AFTER AXXw The CENTRAL PHARMACY "In the Heart of Pensacola" The Home of QUALITY ICE CREAM 177 PHONES 178 M. ELLIS GROCER. 18S9 Phones 1890 1221 N. Davis Street. Williams Transfer Co. Our Business Is Movinjr" All Kinds of Hauling. PHONE 209D. SERVICE STATION THE UNITED AUTO CO. 4 8. Baylen street Phone S4S EXIDE BATTERY AND O RELIEVE INDIGESYION OR DYS PEPSIA, TAKE A Dyspepsia Before and Aft er Esch Meal. 25 Centa Box THE CRYSTAL PHAKMACY REED'S "BETTER BREAD" t ov Sale by. ALL FIRST CLASS STORES REED'S SANITARY BAKERY Palafox and Greeory Streets EVERLASTING FABRICS CO. Pensacola's Representative Store The Banking & Sayings Trust Company THE UPTOWN BANK General Backing Ooij Trust Company W Wast WE BUY AND oSLL BONDS Gulf Citv (V f po rn f "W 'WW. 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