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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 5, 1919.
2 I i 1 NELSON'S Vk1- .. RUBY BOYD celorxi girl of Atlanta, tKcf is nothing in th. world lik. JsJ.I. en for nnmwing tk Kir, smIc ing it ojt ana sy to managa. Snd u $eur pKotoampK it you um NtUON S. BOYS AND GIRLS HAVE GOOD CHANCE TO EARN WRITING Now that vacation days are here, many ways must h devised for earn ing the vacation money which -will go far towards making the summer flays Cut This Out and Take It With You. A man often forgets the exact name of the article he wishes to purchase, andvaa a last resort takes something else instead. That is always disap pointing and unsatisfactory. The safe way is to cut this out and take it with you so as to make sure of getting Chamberlain's Tablets. You 'will find nothing quite so satisfactory for con stipation and indigestion. Adv. Union Men and Friends At tention. Ship Carpenters and Caulk ers Local 815 is giving" a dance at Woodman's hall Thursday night, June 5th for the benefit of the carpenters who lost their tools at the dry dock fire. Prize dance will be given best of order is ab solutely guaranteed. Mr. Al bert Bonifay better known as "Lefty" Bonifay, will be floormanager. Come and bring your wife, sister or sweetheart a good time is as sured, ffl A. PAULSIN, Pres. W. H- LANGFORD. RAILROAD SCHEDULES Louisville & Nashville R. R. Arrival and departure of passenger The following schedule figures pub Iished as information and not guaran teed. f 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. p.m. Atlanta. Washing ton. New York 12:30 J. m 5:45 a.m. Montgomery, Bir- . minarham. Nashville. Lr-uisville, Cincinnati 10:45 p.m. s: la a.m. Memphis, St. Louis, Chicago . . . 10:45 p.m. 5:45 a.m. New Orleans. Mo bile 0V.45 P-m. 5:45 a.m. Atlanta, Washlng- . ton. New York .... 10:45 p.m. C: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 A Chance ,to fit your store with up-to-date fixtures at less than factory cast. We ; have for sale the follow ing: 5 1 o 6-ft. Section Walker Bins 10,ft. Section' Walker Bin 4-rft. Section Walker Bins 1 6-ft. Section Walker Bin 1 36 Drawer Counter. 2 32-ft. Counters. 1 Multigraph Printing Ma chine. 1 Small Slicing Machine 1 Vegetable Stand. 1 Thread Cabinet 1 Cheese Case 1 Cake Stand 1 Angldile Computing Scale Hoffman & Sellers Auto Co. Phone 825 57-59 E. Gregory . INGRAM OPTICAL CO., JVE GRIND OUR OWN LENSES PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. x J li it v . m t mill mahm yom proud mfjfour Mmir. If you want to take tke curl out of stub born, unruly Kair, just try eisons-'.' : air pressing Nelson's is tKe original end genuine High grade Kair dressing tKe cnoice of par ticular colored people all over tKe United States for over so years. It is sold and recommended by drug stores everywhere. You will frul Meljon'f splcrxiici for malting your. htix long. smooth, and giowy. Takatkis atlvartiaamant to tna Jnigte, and beau to gat tkagenuina NELSON'S Nelson Manufacturing Co., Inc. RICHMOND. VA. a real holiday time. Boys and girls of the eighth grades, or under, will have an opportunity to earn a five dollar gold piece, to spend Just, as they may please, through the Calumet Baking Powder contest, which closes June 16. The days go by in a hurry, especial ly at this season of the year, when there are so many delightful things to do. But mother will help you out by giving you the information you want. She will tell you why Calumet is a good baking powder to use, and you will write, your story "Why Mother Likes Calumet Best" in your own way. Sign your name and address and mail to The Journal office. Tour story must be in fifty words, or less. Tour letter must be in The Journal office On or before June IS. So get busy at once, boys and "girls you know a chance does not offer itself every day to earn a five dollar gold piece to spend just as you please. Five dollars for fifty words or les think of it! Ask mother about" Calumet, and send us her an swer. ' FIREMEN "CHIP" IN AND BUY VICTROLA AT HEADQUARTERS A handsome and melodious Victrola has been installed near the operator's desk at fire headquarters on Spring street. The operator on duty ex plains that the men had "chipped' in" together and purchased the ma chine to help them while the long hours away between- fire alarms. A group of the city's defenders were circled aroun dthe machine marking time to the rhythm of one of the latest hits, and it was evident the men were not of the sort described by Shake speare as "Ft for treason, strategy and spoils," for their response to the charms of the music was apparent. The operator also stated that the men had purchased part of a . gym nasium outfit for their mutual bene fit, and were going to acquire a. Set of boxing gloves soon. Pensacolians are . doubtless glad that their fire fighters have time for self improvement and relatively, little call for. self sac rifice. Rub-Mv-Tism Is a powerful antiseptic; it kills the poison caused from Infected cuts, cures old sores, tetter, etc adv. E m f1- X Weather Report. Si ' ass Pensacola, Fla., June 5, 1919. . Sunrise, 5:47. Sunset, 7:47. Moonrise, 12:59 p. m. Moonset, 12:44 a. m. Next phase of the moon. First quar tet 5th. High tide, 3:46 p. m. Low tide, 2:14 a. m. YESTERDAY'S WEATHER. TEMPERATURE 7s a. m.. 74. 7 p. m.f 81. Highest, 82. Lowest, 72. Mean, 77. Normal, 79. " Mean same date last year, 82. Accumulated deficiency this year to date, 3.14. , v Highest of record for June, 101 de grees. Lowest of record for June, 55 de grees. RAINFALL For 24 hours ending 7 p. m.. Total for this month to 7 0.83. 0. p. m.. Normal for June, 4.87 Inches. Accumulated excess this year to date. 18.27. HUMIDITY V 8 a. m., 93. 1 p. m, 81. 8 p. nu 80. BAROMETER 7 a. mM 30.02. , 7 p. m 30.00. IS IS ALL GONE NOW. Samuel L. Kramer, Box 95, Sellers vine, .ra.. writes; -I had- kidney trouDie ror two years and had a ter rible backache. That is all sone now after using" Foley Kidney Pills and I feel well again." When the kid neys are overworked, weak or dis- easea, tne waste matter remains in the system and causes pains in side or back. ' rheumatism, lumbago, suit joints, sore muscles, backache. Foley Kidney Pills get results quickly and are tonic In their healing and sooth ing effect. Good for bladder trouble, too. Sold everywhere. Adv. 'onziozz (fa' CLASS OPERA , GIVES HAL SH017 TONIGHT LARGE AND APPRECIATIVE AUDI ENCE 18 EXPECTED TO WITNESS REPRODUCTION OF "BEHIND THE FRONT." Tonight at 8:15 o'clock at the High School auditorium will witness the xarewen puDiic penorroavnee mwi ' .T -V-1 .1 V. -VW.n ! The reputation of this opera among the people of Pensacola is such that It la hardly necessary to "Boost" it. Anyone who witnessed the perform ances '"held Monday and Tuesday nights last week is willing to vouch for the excellence of the . performance. The addition of two new characters to the cast gives promise of making the play even more lively than it wa at the last performances. Mary How land, as "Scoop." has the part down pat, and it is said that his work In this play is equal to that in any play he has appeared in in High School. Henry Hudson, as Sapt Bradford, also gives promise of making a hit. His rendition of "Si, SI. Senor" in the ministrel is remembered by everyone who witnessed that delightful show, and his work in this opera Is far above that in the ministrel, for, with addi tional training by Mrs. Benn and Mrs. Reilly, Henry has grown to be quite an actor. The other characters In the show in tend to vie with each other to carry Off honors Lois McLeTlan, as Dorothy; Wallace Purdy as Mugs; SIg Solomon as the congressman; Graham White as the waiter; Elinor Melton as Mme. Verve, and Frances Morey as Mrs. Whoffin. The Red Cross nurses and ononis ,gils will be dolled up In their costumes, all of which are very at tractive. The singing in the opera is much improved over that in the last per formances, for much more practise has been put on the songs. While they were way above par in those perform ances, they are now "superb." And the acting and dancing has also undergone some wonderful changes, and this opera gives promise of having the largest and best performance and audience in the history of any play yet produced in P. H. S. The little characteristics of the ac tors that highly amused the audience are still with them; the droll humor of the sergeant; the terpslchorean of fering of the jolly waiter's peculiar actions, and the rantings of Mrs, Dhoffln. as well as the flirtatious na ture of Mrs. Whoffin. In fact the play at this performance widd doubted ly make other cities sit up and take notice of what P. H. S. can offer in the way of. dramatic talent. Tickets for the play may be pro cured - fro mthe Central Pharmacy, from the Army-Navy club from stu dents or at the door. A large crowd will undoubtedly be out to wtness this wartwell high school performance for the year 1919. Rub-My-Tlsm is a great pain killer. It relieves pain and sore ness caused by Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sprains, etc. adv SUNDAY SCHOOL WORKERS TO BE HERE TWO DAYS EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM WILL EMBRACE DISCUSSIONS OF NUMEROUS TIMELY CHURCH EXTENSION SUBJECTS. The Escambia County Sunday School Association will convene in Pensacola in annual session on (Wednesday, June 11, and continue through Thursday night. The first session will be held at 10 o'clock and the convention will be held at i the First Methodist church, on East Wright street. - - Miss Price, a Sunday School worker of no mean ability, will be in attend ance, and .present views on different phases of Sunday School work, principal ly that or "rorward sreps. .. Hev. John ,H. Brown. minister cf Cnrist's Episcopal churcn. will discuss A Kingdom Vision." Mr. Brown is an enthusiastic religious worker and his part of the program will ;be looked for ward to with much interest by those Interested in this kind of work. Mrs. Etta McGillls will discuss in her usual masterful manner the question of "The Graded Pupil and His Needs.",. Mrs. Gillis has been of material service to conventions in the past, and the dis cussion of this subject will Inject con siderable interest In the convention. "Making the Worship : Service Inter esting:," "The Mission of ithe Sunday School," "Teaching Temperance in the Sunday School," are all subjects that will ba handled by local talent, an- uuunctnwni io oe maae more ruily at a later date.- v , ' -: Arrangements are beincr made to eM ror the delegates from out of th .t , . ... - . i j im ocrvinmg ior inerr care and com fort will be provided. - It ,ig expected that on next Sunday June 8. delegates will be appointed frui every bunday School in the county and reports made and either sent by the del- gatestto the convention, or mailed direct to H. J. Mackey, secretary treasurer of the association. 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