THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 6, 1919.-
20 for IS
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Tons of Pressure
0. K. TIRE SHOP
'24 West Garden Street
Let XU Your Milkman
Paste irizsd Dairy Products
PENSACOLA DAIRY CO.
123 W. Garden St. Phone 1321
INGRAM OPTICAL CO
Wi: GRIND OUR
OWN LEN3US t
McCann's Tiro and
113 North PaLtfox Street
MAKSTON & QUINA
West 1-loHda's Oldest Furniture
M'KEE REFRIGERATORS, GLOBE
WERNICKE BOOK CASES AND
WHIDDEN'S DRUG STORE
Now located at
315 S. Palafox St.
A Conplete Line Drugs and
, I'ruggist Supplies.
In the U. S. A." alone zt;e times more Virginia
tobacco is used for cigarettes than all the im
ported cigarette tobaccos combined
Which proves that men like that Virginia
taste In a citf&rette
But to enjoy it to the limit, to fjet ALL the
flavor, the relish, the zest of Virrjinia tobacco at its
best, don't smoke It mixed with other tobaccos,
smoke it straight.
There is a difference." Piedmont a-Virginia
cigarettes will prove it.
Local News Briefs-
Mrs. Mary Kirchoffer left yesterday
for Rochester, N. Y., to visit a son and
Private C. A. Frater has. returned
Rub the forehead
"H noorUARP" - 30f. 60. ?L20
' Moogs Old Stand
32T-29 South Palafox Sa.
A Chance to fit your store
.with up-to-date fixtures at
less than factory cast. We
have for sale the follow
ing1 5 6-ft. Section Walker Bins
1 10-ft. Section Walker Bin
2 4-ft. Section Walker Bins
1 6-ft. Section Walker Bin
1 36 Drawer Counter.
2 12-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.
57-59 E. Gregory
I i X i
to the city after a. year with the 15th
Cavalry, U. S. A.
Miss McKinna -will give a lecture
before the PhHeathea .class of the
First Baptist church at 6:30 o'clock
this evening in the B. T. P. U. room.
Mr. and Mrs. Butler will sing. Miss
McKinna wants all members of the
Class to be present and bring two or
three girls who ar, interested in join
ing. Special Officer Mclntyre was work
ing yesterday on a complaint made
by J. M. Collins a guest at the San
Carlos hotel, that he had been robbed
during the night in his room of $125.
Suspicion attached to a party who
has not yet been located.'
A painful injury occured to Clif.
D. Crooke, of 415 West Romana St.,
yesterday, at the naval air station,
wljen he sustained a bad fall while
engaged in structural work there. His
head was lacerated and his left fcioe
bruised. First aid was given at the
station and later he was removed to
Lieut. Col. "W. E. Coney, formerly
with the Antwerp Naval Store com
pany,, in, Pensacola, but now in the
service In France, was painfully in
jured In an automobile accident over j
mere last monin. it was learea tnai
his injuries were serious, but a let- '
ter recently received giving details.,
contains the news that there will be
no permanent reminder of the acci- ;
dent and that recovery Is proceeding
A collision occurred at 4:30 yester
day afternoon at A and Belmont
Keeps; One Fit
A regular morn
ing dish of
"There's a .Reason"
I 1 Y I 1 I I 1
i i i v I I I I
5t b vjr d. rjc a
Streets, when Mrs. Leona Allison, t
617 North M street, operating her au
tomobile, ran into a wagon driven -by
Ed Sunday, of 111 South Florida
Blanca street. The wagon was dam
aged, but not its driver. The accident
was said to have been unavoidable,
and pending further investigation no
action was taken by the police. Mrs.
Allison volunteered to have the wagon
A strange negro giving his name
as Will Smith,, 55 years old, was Ar
rested yesterday charged with having
undertaken to escape from a Wright
street establishment with a watch
which he had been permitted to In
spect. Though Smith stoutly assert
ed his innocence, the evidence offer
ed against him was such as to cause
the police officials to turn him over
to the county as dangerous and sus
picious. Mrs. W. A. Byrne and daughter. Miss
Mary Deery Byrne returned homo
Wednesday from Tallahassee where
Miss Byrne graduated from the Florida
State college with a B. A. degree. Mrs.
Byrne going over to attend the exer
cises and festivities attending com
Mr. and Mrs. MJ F. Boone and fam
ily expect to leave soon for Panama
City. Fla., to make their home, Mr.
Boone having business interests in
Millville. Mr. and Mrs. Boon have made
their home in Pensacola for some time
and have hosts of friends here who
have expressed sincere regret at their
Miss Ida May Hilburn. of Mobile, has
arrived from Milton, where she has
been visiting as the gruest of Mrs.' J.
M. Campbell at the home of Mrs.
J. A. Xelson to spend several days in
Pensacola as the truest of Mrs. George
Pritcbard before going to New Or
leans where she will be the guest of
relatives and to meet Mr. and Mrs.
L. D. Adams and family who wilt
accompany her on her return home to
spend some time in Mobile vlsltinjs
as her guest and with other relatives.
Miss Hilburn has frequently visited
in Pensacola and has a number of
friends here by whom she is ; befng
cordially welcomed. -
Y. M. C.1 Circus Friday night.
CONFERENCE COMMITTEES ARE
NAMED TO ATTEMPT SETTLE
MENT OF DIFFICULTIES AS TO
BY HERBERT FELKEL.
Tallahassee, June 4 When the sen
ate was informed yesterday that the
house had refused to recede from its
position on the amendments adopted
by' that branch of the legislature to
the general appropriation bill, provid
ing for salaries and expenses of the
state government for the next two
years, Senator Lowry moved that a
conference committee from the senate
be appointed. Senators Lowry, Stokes
and Butler, later In the day, were
Senator Lowry also moved that the
senate next concur In the house
amendments to the bill appropriating
for the state lnstittuions at Chatta
hoochee, Marianna and Ocala, and
asked for the appointment of a con
ference. Senators Russell, Eaton and
Oliver were announced as members
of this committee.
The senate was also informed that
the house had refused to concur in
the senate amendments to the . bill
naming a board of supervisors for the
Broward drainage district. The sen
ate amendment had changed the per
sonnel to inclue M. C. Hardee In
stead of A. B. Lowe. Senator Hugh
lett moved that the senate not recede
but he did not ask for a conference.
Senator Malone did not think this
would be entirely parliamentary; said
he didn't think the right thing was
done the other day In a similar mat
ter, although it resulted in good leg
islation, and moved that a conference
committee be appointed. When all
the conference committee appoint
ments were announced, just before
adjournment this afternoon. Senators
Malone, Mac Williams and Turner
were named for this work.
Senator Butler had a telegram read
from United States Senator Fletcher,
asklrfg for the enactment of a general
free zone bill. A local bill author
izing Jacksonville to issue bonds for
the establishment ot n free zone for
that port already has been passed
through the senate.
A bill protecting the fresh water
fish of Hamilton county, that came
over from the house. Was passed by
the. senate, Mr. Bradshaw succeeding
in waiving the rules.
The house Coats bill, seeking to
add a strip of territory now in De
Soto county to Okeechobee, was re
ferred to the committee on county
organization although an effort was
made to place the bill on the calen
dar witho at reference.i-:r--"'.-..,:' v -
Senator Butler introduced and
passed a bill to protect the fish in the
fresh waters of Duval county except
the St. John's river.
The senate passed the house bill
by Representative Williams, No. 25,
to amend section 5 of chapter 6814,
"approved 1915, the same being an act
to regulate the finances of counties
and to provide for annual budget of
The Epperson bill, relating to tax
assessments and revenue, was tabled,
the' senate having previously passed
another house bill on the same sub
ject. By a vote of 21 to 0. the senate
adopted the Hughlett joint resolution
seeking to cure the title to between
one and two thousand acres of lands
in Okeechobee county, that were sold
by the state. It was announced in
the long preamble that the records
of the land office showed large tracts
designated as highlands which In
truth, are swamp and overflowed.
House bill No. 788, . by Mr. Way
bright, relating to primary elections
in Jacksonville, passed the senate.
The Perry house bill for the pro
tection of all wild game in certain
parts of Lee county, was indefinite
ly postponed, on motion of Senator
The house bill by Mr. Earnest, for
the relief of H. S. Hosford and , S.
J. Revell, of Liberty county, went
from second to third reading.
Y. M. C. A. Circus Friday night.
Will Refund Your Money If It
Does Not Benefit You.
If you are suffering the tortures of
rheumatism, lumbago, lame back or !
similar troubles, go to your druggist
today; buy a bottle r Prescription
C-222S and a box of 222S Liver Pills.
Take two of the Pills at bedtime and
the following morning begin the use
of the Prescription In teaspoor.ful
doses, one-half an hour before meals.
Do this untU two bottles have been
used. Then if you have not obtained
the relief which -you had reason to
expect, take the empty bottles back to
your druggist and he will give you
your money back.
All good druggists sell Prescription
C-2223 in large bottles at $1.50; 2223
Liver Pills at 25c a box, or the 2223
Laboratories. Memphis, Tenn., wiU
send you both on receipt of price.
. Urfc Acd TrouNe
The Charm of a
it is seen in the erect carriage, the grace
ful poise, the perfect fit of frocks or tailored
It depends upon the corset.
Style and fit depend upon getting a model exactly right for
your type of figure. You'll find it among our American
Lady Corsets, for there are several models for every type.
$1.50 to $6.50
Watson, Parker & Reese Co.
Everything to Wear
I am located at 515, American National
Bank Building", where I will engage in the
general practice of law. Telephone 946.
W. B. Ferriss, President E. R. Ferris, V-President
"f . --."-a-fV. -'" - Roland E. Lee, Secretary,
PENSACOLA MANUFACTURING COMPANY
205 East Main
We Sell Lumber, Shingles, Composition
Roofing, Doors, Sash, Blinds and Screens
Do Shop Work
HAMILTON RUSSELL, P. D.
"Only the Best"
212 South Palafox Street Phone 846
"EVERYTHING IN DRUGS"
ONLY THE EEST IS GOOD ENOUGH
The business world wants expert help. Lfct us train you.
Pan American College
CUT RATE DRUG STORE
DR. M. C. BEVERETTE, Proprietor
420 West Belmont Street
Office Phone 938 Residence Phone 1668
Trains Concert Fianists, teachers and Beginners.
Half Hour Lesson, Two Dollars
Regular Weekly Lesson, at Pupil's Residence, One Dollar;
" The Clutter Music House. Phone 15.
Public Accountant- Auditor
American National Bank Building. Pensacola, Fla.
McCasklil Block. DeFuniak Springs. Fla.
INCOME TAX REPORTS EFFICIENCY ENGINEER
LOUIS D. ROBINSON
Has moved his Office from 203
Thiesen Building to 383
Brent Building -
"EVERYTHING IN SIGNS"
CAPITAL STOCK Paid in $500,000
Electric Vacuum Cleaners
Pensacola Electric Co.
Let our corsetieres show you
our new American Lady, models
for Summer. The fashionable
design of the new corsets is only
equaled by their beautiful, ser
274-289 BRENT BUILDING
Will C. Dif f enderf er
14 Scuth Palafox Street
THE KOZY KORNER
Johnston's Milwaukee Candies
"The Appreciated Chocolates"
Owens' Grocery and Market
The Best of All Kinds of
GROCERIES, CHICKENS, EGGS,
All Kinds of Country Produce
Cor. Belmont and Devillier. Phone 574
Full Weight and Best Prices
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