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THE PENSACOLA' JOURNAL. THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 5, 1919
:io COOL CLOTHES ; This summer, make up your mind to enjoy the comfort you envied last ygar in the other fellow, with the style the other follow will envy in you, by wearing1 one of our light weight Cool Cloth or Palm Beach Suits, i Prices, $15, $16.50, $18, ' $20. Cylinders Reground tOtrtrsizt Pistons, Rings and Pins fit- ti d, all Cylinders Ground on Heald fCriicers. Prices reasonable. : Runyan Company Z'ine and Jefferson Streets fP O. Box 236. Phone 420 Pensacola, Fla. , 1- " ' j .''Wot Summer Clothing Our Methods Are unequaled The Empire is the best way : eGfaEsraiit 214 South Palafox Street Merchants Lunch, 35c "The Heme of Good Service CARY&CO. Highest Grade Domestic Coal Ordei- now for Winter Phones 6, 93, 119, 134 FRED C. WAITE THE LIFE INSURANCE MAN 915 American Bank Bld. Phone 912. - NAY'S READY TO WEAR STORE Ladies" Suits, Dresses, Skirts. Blouse, Hosiery and Hats. Also fins Shoe Repairing. 12 East Wright. Phone 441. Way The Kind Your Grandmother Used Has Been Sold by Us Over 30 Years IT MUST BE GOOD , At Your Grocer wis year Company Distributor 11 uB Each bubbling bottle of Orange Crush is brimful of healthful refreshment. Served ice-cold, its pure, fresh, fruit flavor, carbonated and spark- . Iin& like champagne, quenches -Che thirst deliriously, quickly and. completely. Hygeia Bottling Works Phone 587 126 li. unase oc. Ormng m- Cru h Is obtainable where ver oft drinks are sold. Try bottle of this drink delightful today. Better till, order a case. Our mod ern machinery bottles Orange CraaAunderetrlctly sanitary conditions. by thm bmttlm. ltt by tkm mm BICYCL New and Second-- i 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 LEE ELECTRIC CO. Contracting and Supplies 109 N. Palafox. St. Phones 16712093 E. O'BRIEN MOTTA TEACHER OF VIOLIN Studio, No. 212 W. Cervantes St. Phone No. 813 Let Us Be Your Milkman Pasteurized Dairy Products PENSACOLA DAIRY CO. 123 W. Garden St. Phone 1321 n BETTER VULCANIZING with -Tons of Pressure OK. TJRE SHOP 24 West Garden Street Ori-Cured Retreading t HI '1 . ES Hon Yfo (vDo (Co'cj ' dfl CIIXCQJS- , Most Specticular Dare-Devil Performance ever presented in West Florida FRIDAY NIGHT, JUNE 6 Grand Parade Starts at 8:15 sharp Tickets now on sale at Y. M. C. A. and from members of the 'Y" Admission, 25c. ; Reserved Seats, 15c DR. LIVINGSTONE THE SPECIALIST What I Say 111 Do, I Will Do. Second Floor, Maaonie Temple. Pensaoola. Let Us Make You Make Good With a Kodaks REYNALDS MUSIC HOUSE MORRIS BROS. LADIES READY - TO - WEAR GENTS' FURNISHINGS ALL NEW STOCK Belmont and Devilliers Streets Hallmark Transfer Co. All Kinds of Hauling Heavy Hauling a Specialty Jfiione 618 The Pensacola Electric Garage Offieis! Service Station for Philadel phia Dianfond Grid Battery. GUARANTEED 18 MONTHS. Ignition Specialist. Chase & Baylen Phono 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 Pensacola Shoe Hospital We do expert shoe repairing and use best quality materials. Phone 359. 102 E. Wright St. Let Us RcnoYte Your Old Mattress. Pensacola Mattress Co. 940-948 E. Romana St, Phone 1515. NORMAN A. COX Sheet Metal Worker 510 South Palafox Street Phone 413 BACHELOR'S CLUB REORGANIZES AND ELECTS OFFICERS! A reorganization meeting of the Bach elor's Club that had been inoperative since the declaration of war. was held last night at the Knights of Columbus hall, officers elected and a tentative pro gram or summer season Jevents planned. The officers elected were: George Earl Hoffman, president: Jake T?pw vice-president: Joe - Santo, secretary- treasurer. Entertainment committee: Thomas Ericson, Drew Sims and Joe Santo. The club is reorganized with about 60 members. The club has planned to give Its first j among the entrants was reported and 1f,e,rrha5S the nl"of J Thursday. , the teachers felt gratified at the num June 12. and other events to follow wiUIv- be announced from time to time. i Y. M. C. A. Circus-Friday night. 666 has proven It win cure Malaria, Chills and Fever, Bil ious Fever, Colds and LaGrippe. It kills the parasite that causes the fever. It is a splendid laxa tive and general Tonic. adv. MRS. KUGELMAN ENTERTAINS AT 4 BARLEY SUPPER Mr. and Mrs. Dave Kugelman en tertained last night at a Barley sup per. The large porch at the Kugelman residence was enclosed for the occa sion. Dr. "William Ackerman presid ed. ... . .. v - . : The decorations were sroilax and pink carnations and In the center of the table was a large barley cake, surmounted by a first-quarter ' moon on which were seated a bride and groom with a bell hanging over them. The cake had hidden in It a thimble, dime, ring and the appropriate tro phies. . . A Dutch supper consisting of cold beef, fowl, cold drinks, candies, salted nuts and individual barley cakes was served. - -;;- DJEURALGIA or Headache Rub the forehead and temples with a BODYGUARD"-SOf.60'. L20 7 V B B H 8 S C? . IE NEWS BRIEFS. ! S3 22 81 35 The War Camp Community Service will resume its dances next Saturday night. They will be held, however, at the Knights of Columbus hall, and not at the Keyser auditorium, .ine usual policy of the War Camp Com munity Service management in hav ing the dances efficiently chaperonea will be observed. These social events had been discontinued lor several weeks past. V Judge A. G. CamptMHl, of DeFuniak. wlU convene the Circuit court. o'clock Monday morning. Tom Coleman, a colored boy, was knocked off a bicycle at the intersection vniufnv .mi Rrarorv streets, by an auiisnnkii. Tsiuniiv morning. The bay was uninjured, but his bicycle was badiy damaged. The driver of the automobile has not been identified. t ' .ntoA ' all stores ' in", the cltv will be closed tomorrow afternoon, in accordance with tne summer season Friday afternoon closing plan. Mm n a. WilL of 13101 East Gon zalez street, expects to leave June 23 Tor England. Mrs. Hill is 60 years om u tas two sons In the British army. The -hotor hooner Palafox has been certified by Customs Inspector Qulna and is now ready for sea. The city commissioners will open bids at 2 p. m., June 12. for tne saie or worth of time warrants, secured by bacK tax collections. The warrants will be in J1.000 denominations. Chris HlnrTchs will leave at noon Sun dav for a visit to his friend. Captain Fleming in Indiana. A regular meeting of the local camp. Mruirn Woodmen of .merlca. win be held at K. of P. hall this evening. O. A. Bailey is clerk. It is reported from the ofifce of the city comptroller that there are a numbr of automobiles, lunch wagons and othsr vehicles in the city which have not cou tributed their quota to the license rev enues, and that the license inspector s being sent out to round up all the de linquents. A fine of S20 is the liability risked by citizens neglecting to pay promptly, and a rush to , the collector's office is expected, in consequence. . R. Anderson was acting as county so licitor yesterday in the, absence -, of Ho- Ucltor Harry TV. Thompson, in Tallahas see for a conference with the governor. The court of record was not in session, however, so the duties transacted by tne acting solicitor were of a routine nature. Mr. . Thompson expected to return to the city .today. . .; ' ... " The Journal is advised by County Commissioner L. W. Hardy that a box supper will be given by the ladies of Uonzalez on the lawn of C. F. Jennings of that village, next Saturday evening, m the interest of the Baptist church. . He stated that a cordial invitation is extend ed to all to .be present and enjoy the festivities. , ; The "regular meeting of the Georgla t lorida Saw Mill Association was held yesterday at the San Carlos hotel. About one hundred lumbermen from various points in the two states were in at tendance. : ' The superintendent Jf schools re ports that the summer- school was or ganized at the high school yesterday with nearly 70 pupils enrolled, some for advanced work and some to make up deficiencies. . : Much :. enthousiasm , e r' t Classes may suu De maae, ana me wore will continue six weeks. '- Thomas Everhart, one of Uncle Sam's boys who found his old job in the post office waiting for him when he return ed from overseas, left yesterday for Montgomery where he wil spend a part of his vacation. His many friends miss "Tom's" genial countenance in the postoffice and will be glad to see him back again. . " Mrs. Jac Levy of New Orleans is visiting her. sister, Mrs. Lep Wolff of this city, .;.".' ' ; ' Mr. Wisler Cured of Indigestion- "Some time in 1909 when I had an attack of indigestion and everything looked gloomy to me, I received a Tree sample of Chahberlaln's Tablets by ; mail. I gave them a trial and they were such a help to me that I bought a package, and I can truth fully say that I have not had a simi lar attack since," writes Wm. B. Wls Detroit,. Mich. Sold everywhere. Adv. ZELICA GROTTO LUNCHES TODAY AND MAKES PLANS Members of Zelica Grotton, No. 60, will lunch at Mughey's at 7 o'clock this even ing to make -plans for a big ceremonial to be held in July. Ht is said that this ceremonial will be one of the most pre tentious affairs ever staged in the city. IT IS ALL GONE NOW. For the Relief of Rheumatie Pains. When you have stiffness and sore ness of the muscles, aching joints and find It difficult to move without pain, try massaging e affected parts with Chamberlain's LJniment. It will relieve the pain and make rest and sleep possible. Adv. K8SBISISS8 BSS HOUSEHOLD DUTIES ROW A PLEASURE TO KONTGOLIERY LADY She Used to Drag Around and $ Everything: Seemed Like Drudgery Had Pains in Her Back, Headaches, Constipation .and Dizzy Spells. A HAPPY WOMAN NOW Complete Relief From Her Trou bles and Feeling Young and Gay Since Taking the New Herb Remedy, Dreco. "My friends and neighbors hardly recognized me as the same weak, puny, sickly person I used to be' are the en thusiastic words of that highly respect ed lady, Mrs. Dora Bell, of 123 Davis street, Montgomery, Ala, , "Everything seems so different sines I got. rid of that daily constipation, those awful dizzy spells xwhlch almost blinded me, and the nervousness which kept me agitated all the time. My stomach would bloat up with gas after every meal, and terrible cramps would strike me, and there was a burning sensation in the pit of my stomach. My muscles were sore and backaches bothered me every day. My sleep be came broken and failed to rest me and my appetite was about gone. "I have taken only two lottles of Dreco and the change In me is short of marvelous. I have gained flesh, feel better than in years,, and my troubles have passed off; constipation fully eased; never get dizzy any more; I sleep well and have a hugh appetite,: any my stomach takes care of it all without any bad after effects. Dreco is great medicine, and I heartily rec ommend it." Dreco does not contain any iron, mercury, potash, acids, nor oils, but. is a vegetable remedy made from roots and herbs, which act on the vital or gans to restore them to healthy action. Dreco Is pleasant to take and the re sults are remarkably quick. .- Mr. Stout, the well-known Dreco ex pert, has headquarters at the Balk com Drug Co., to meet the local public and explain the merits of this great remedy. See him today. (adv.) INTEREST IS GROVfflG ffl BAPTIST FilEET MU8IC WAS AGAIN AN APPEALING FEATURE AND ABLE SERMON WAS HEARD FROM PASTOR. A service of , song of unusual at tractiveness marked the fourth session of . the series of gospel meetings at the First Baptist church last night. A solo . by : the musical director. Prof. Charles Butler, and a duet by Mr. and Mrs. Butler, were the most appealing features; while the congregational singing was excellent. Rev. J. ' A. Ansley, pastor of the church, who is personally conducting the devotional port of the services, used the story of the beheading of John the ' Baptist as the basis of his sermon, and , stressed the importance of making righteous decisions , at crisis In Individual lives. Dr. Ansley said that courageous decisions such as John made may bring temporary suffering; but they pay rich rewards in the final reckonings.' The climax of the earnest discourse was reached in the question: "Does it pay to serve Christ 3" - " The services will continue through this week and next along the lines al ready pursued, and the workers express their earnest wish for a continuance of the good attendance. , , A CARD OF THANKS. We wish to express our most sin cere thanks to all the friends who so kindly ministered to us in the Illness and death of our beloved "Wife and mother, and for the many beautiful floral tributes brought to her last rest ing place. The tenderness of these tokens of love has been consoling nad will never be forgotten. CAPTAIN CHARLES PERRY AND FAMILY. NOTICE. To my friends and pat rons, that I am no longer connected with the Pensa cola Auto Repair .company but am now located with Hoffman and Sellers Auto Company corner Greory and Tarragonna Sts. Ed Harris, Phone 825. 9636 Stomach ills permanently disappear after drinking th celebrated Skivar Mineral Water. Posi- II ?Bt trifle. D-nv-rai sSST-T Fsnsaeola. Agents. West Sjul Smceryco. Phone them. When the Boys Come Home 2.tocar?'or thir feet. The i tftfton ; -uppuea tne troops with beus Ittl KPWder f,th. feet T-t J,. , th men more efficient. cwifortable if they had some Alien s foot -Ease in each shoe. Ury it yourselt and spo what comrort you get from this standard remedy. Ask for Allen's Foot Ease, for tired, aehlntr.. iwollra trt mi.. If you intend visiting: New Orleans this week, don't fail to witness Nazimova's first Quarter Million -Dollar Super-Production. "THE RED LANTERN," showing at the Strand Theatre. South's Greatest Show. tat T( XT -"An expression of mirth peculiar to JLxTV U VJXX the human species." (Webster) , COME TODAY . . . (Last Showing) And Laugh at the Humorous Adventures of JTam.m "' t CONSTANCE Supported by Harrison Ford, in " "Experimental Marriage" Other -A POLITE COMEDY, with a laugh every turn of the crank. PATHE REVIEW Showing Slow Motion Photography of Gymnasts in k Action and Beautiful Hand-Colored Travelogue of Algeria, MUSICAL SELECTION DE LUXE HEAR YOU CALLING ME" (Selected by Request) PIPEORGAN SOLO BY PROF. A. C. REILLY Adults 20c Plus TOMORROW MARGUERITE CLARK IN "Three Men and a Girl" When a lovely young woman prepares the trap almost any woman-hater will fall a trio of them did in this picture. There's a NEWS WEEKLY and a GUN BORROWER BORROWED ONE TOO MANY GUNS BULL DOG FOUND IN POSSESSION OF ALLEGED THIEF IS ALSO BELIEVED BY POLICE TO BE A PART OF LOOT. - Chief Ellis and Captain Harper ar rested a man yesterday giving the name of Will Moore, charge with stealing firearms in various parts of the county, and he was later turned over the the -ounty officials and lodged in the county jail. - ; . It- was stated by Captam Harper and later by Sheriff Tan Pttt. wno was also working on the case that Moore bor rowed a shot gun from a lady at Mo- lino on the plea that he was trying to catch a negro running up tne road who was a convict escaped from the road gang; but he failed to return the gun to the lady. Hater he borrowed a new pistol from a citizen of Cantonment, it was said, and left his coat as security, but failed to return. He landed in Pen sacola yesterday morning and borrowed a shot gun from George Harper, on Go:i zalez street, and accoraing to the offi cials, continued all day till his capture, borrowing guns and selling them. When arrested he was leading a bull dog, wearing a harness - with chain at tached. He said that some lady on the west end had commissioned him to sell the dog for her, but-the police believed that he had " borrowed the dog on the same plan as he got the guns. Sergeant Hoffman stated that the owner could have the dog by proving property at the city jail. It was asserted by , the officers that Moore and the -negro runner were in partnership, it being the regular .duty of the negro to run up the road to lend plausibility to the story . of Moore that he needed the gun to discharge his duties as an officer. Sheriff Van .Pert stated that Moore had confessed to the theft of some of the guns, but denied guilt as to the others. ; - Y. M. C. A. Circus Friday night. Its cheer-up flavor of Cola and lime sends the blood a tingling from head to toe. W., Llkn Tl!ie W'"! MM. ....Hill. M F . ' ' lll . ; " 1 'I makes you feel you're one of the selected. . For LIME COLA is l-ttt TlierVa no four the goods that puts flush to LDIE 5 you an to the merry til COLA. No, siree h , -.very time. i v.. '' ' L Hi : Ji -"-1 i, T ! Th Happy, Snappy Combi nation of Col and Line " i r- -" TALMADGE Features guaranteed at Children 10c War Tax- MUTT & JEFF COMEDY i M TODAY There's News .Week! Too Tho.H,Incc CHARLES We are pro ad otthe confi dence doctors, druggists and the public have in 666 Chill and Fever Tonic.- adv. Using Blue Ribbon Vanilla and Lemon gives you the satisfaction of knowing you are using the very best. " less." .; .; . " . . "i. ",H v''. . wtrf"--ji i Tliertfa no four flush to LDIE .COLA. No, siree it's there with the punch, the sparkle and vim., No new hand need ed when you call for Lime Cola. -L . In Bottles Only vj -.; -, ,,,,,1 i i I rv v inGreased. - ters and sore spots, sold everywhere.