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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. FRIDAY-MORNING, JUNE 6, 1919.
It means flour which has a sci entific taking efficiency and an inestimable food value. i I i 1 -MM, . ' BALI. PLAYERS III TRIPPED AND LEG FRACTURED C. W. Scott, center fielder on the Pensacola Ship Building Co. baseball team, sustained a cornpound fracture of his lft leg: when he tripped as he was ovor-running ' first base In the fourth Inning of yesterday's game be twen ths Ship Yard and the Woodmen y ia ii y iivs.iU'rsi ii TOT I hK for th e small investor to buy OIL -That the small investor, the man of limited means, has implicit confidence in R. J. Brew ton, has been daily demonstrated the past few days, by the crowds that have called at the office of the Oklahoma Star Refining Com pany, and made purchases of stock in that company. , ' Mr. Brewton, who reserved some of the stock for the man of smalf means, is glad to announce that his efforts to care for the small investor are being appreciated, and he knows these investors will never regret hav ing purchased the stock. Mr. Brewton wishes to state that the books of the company will close Saturday after noon. It would be well for all who can spare $1(1.00 or $25.00 to call and secure stock in this company. It must be remembered that Mr. Brewton will not sell stock to any one per son in excess of $100.00 as he wishes to dis tribute the stock among as many as possible. Remember, the books close Saturday. O OJUf fflp R. J. BREWTON, President s 311 American National Bank Building 2C Rising Sun when applied to , Self Rising Flour is more than a trade name WELLES-KAHN CO Pensacola, Fia. on the East Hill diamond. The boy was carried to the Pensa cola hospital by R, H. Weatherlow, as sistant manager of. the Woodmen's team, and II. H. Rogers, manager of the Ship Yard team, and others who were nearby when the acident hap pened. They remained with the young man as long as they could be of ser vice to him and left him early last night resting as well as could he hoped for. stock ii MY COMPANY H omnia'. PEORIA VOHAH HAS GAIFIED 30 - POUNDS MrsTDoll Davis Says She Feels Like a Different Woman Since Taking Tanlac. Since taking Tanlac I have gained thirty pounds and never felt better in my life," said Mrs. Doll Davis, who lives at 103 Samuel avenue. Peoria, 111., the other day. "I don't believe I could posslblv find words to tell you how I suffered during the last Seven years." contin ued Mrs. Davis, "and when I began taking Tanlac a short time ago, I had about come to the conclusion that I would never be well again. All my trouble was caused by the "terri ble condition of my stomach. For two or three hours, after meals my food would lie In my stomach undigested and cause me a world of suffering. My food didn't seem to nourish me at all, and I just got weaker all the time. My nerves were also in awful condition, and for. the past year I was not able to sleep very much. Many nights I would suffer from a nervous, throbbing headache all night long, and not sleep a bit. Every morning I would just have to drag myself out of bed. and if I over-ex erted myself the least bit during the day I would have to go back to bed. My kidneys gave me lots o'f trouble, too, and I had slight attacks of urem ic poison. I finally got so weak from loss of weight and strength that I was hardly able to get around at all. "I was in this awful condition when i commenced, taking Tanlac, but it wasn't very long before things began to change. My appetite came .back and I was soon eating just anything I wanted without suffering after wards. I have just finished my fifth bottle and I can truthfully say that I never had better health In my life. It is simply fine to be able to sit down and eat just anything that my appetite calls for after suffering as long as I did. My nerves are in fine condition now, and I sleep like a baby every night, and all my neighbors are asking me the same question, 'what in the world have you been taking to cause this improvement in your health? And it just does my heart " good to tell them that Tanlac is entirely responsible for it. It is wonderful the way I have gained In! weight, and -1 feel like a different person altogether. I am more than glad to recommend Tanlac to every body." Tanlac Is sold by leading druggists everywhere. Adv. CAMP SEABREEZE IS NOW OPEN FOR WORKING GIRLS An outing place for working girls and women of Pensacola is now open and ready for them. It is Camp Sea- breeze. The Patriotic League con ceived the idea, and Miss Adams is in charge of the resort. Mrs. Beck, of the Chamber of Commerce, can supply all wanted information. The camp is exclusively for girls who work. It is not a place for families, nor for men. but for working girls. It satisfies a want that is often expressed in communities large enough to have a considerable number of women who support themselves by daily toil, and the working community of Pensacola is considered fortunate in being offered j . , I such an ideal opportunity. OPENS ELECTRIC GARAGE ; OFFERS TO INSPECT FREE The Pensacola Electric Garage has been, opened at . Chase . and Baylen streets by A. J. Pockrus. Mr. Pockrus has attended a storage battery school i in the north and is prepared to offer a free inspection Service. ..' , The new automobile repair shop is well equipped to make all sorts of re pairs and Mr. Pockrus is known as an expert automobile., mechanic Come Fill With Tetley's cool delicious iced tea! It's refreshing it's well flavored it's thirst-quenching! Tetley's Teas are selected from the world's finest tea gardens; skil fully blended; and carefully packed to protect the strength and flavor. You will find Tetley's Orange Pekoe Tea delicious when iced. A chilled, tinkling glass makes you for get the heat! BAD CHECKS LEFT 1 WAKE OFSTRANGER NAME OF A LOCAL INSURANCE MAN WAS USED BY ALLEGED FORGER IN FLEECING TWO LOCAL VICTIMS. Aforger has just departed from Pensacola leaving a trail of unau thorized checks in his wake.? The light fingered artist used the' name of eslie Partridge, of the Partridge Insurance Agency, paying for some fancy haberdashery and clothing at Joseph Coleman s with one of the spurious checks and settling his bill for board and lodging at the San Carlos with another, At the hotel he registered as R. A. Young, and when in the Coleman store he was J. T. Clark. At both places he told a story of having en tered the employ of Mr. Partridge and having received the checks as salary and commissions. The signature was said to. have been a poor imitation of the handwriting of the insurance man. The check given the San Carlos vas for $37.20 and the other for 522.75. bdth on the American National Bank, at "which institution Mr. Partridge says he has not had an account since 1913. It is said that the stranger left two board bills in the city unpaid. The check left at the hotel has been photographed and copies sent to the National Hotel Protective Association and to hotel managers broadcast to gether with, a description of the long fingered gentleman, and Officer Mc Intyre has been assigned to the case. The theory of Mr. Partridge is that the forger is a party who recently made him a proposition to act as ljis representative in certain Alabama towns. The stranger called at the Partridge office when Mr. Partridge's father was . the only person in the office. While the senior Mr. Partridge was out of the room for a moment, the stranger entered and on the re turn of Mr. Partridge to the room, stated his proposition and was per mitted t odiscuss it for a moment with the younger Mr. Partridge over the telephone. When the forged checks came to light, Mr. Partridge carefully checked up all the papers in hi3 office and found missing one insurance policy bearing his Signa ture, and two eheets of bland Ameri can bank checks, torn out of the middle of a book which had lain in the back of an office desk drawer for several years. The - checks forged were taken from these extracted eheets an dfour are still to be ac counted for. Mr. Partridge believes that the applicant for an agency helped himself to the blank checks and the policy during the absence of his father from the room. SPECIAL SONGS AND SERMON FEATURED BAPTIST MEETING Whn the pastor called for an ex pression from those who were especial ly interested in the personal salvation of their friends and others at the close of the service last evening some forty people stood thus manifesting that the sermon of the"vening mare a strong Z I man an invitation to church member ship was given and one member was received. The text used by Dr. Ans ley ,the pastor, was taken from I Cor. 4:5: "Then Shall Eeach Man Have Praise From God." The preacher advanced the thought that no one is indifferent to blame or praise. Those who claim to be are in sincere or hasty in their conclusions. Lov of commendation and praise is a healthy and normal desire. God pro jects the gospel plan on this funda mental characteristic of human nature and offers reward for service. The dis tinction was clearly made that we are saved by grave through faith and that we are rewarded in addition for fith- 6ur Glass i EA ful service. - , - - Four crowning rewards were men tioned. First, the crown of life for en during temptation. Second, incorrup tible crown for those who overcome the corruptible flesh. Third, the crown of life, spoken of by Paul. Fourth, the crown of Glory given f roleading souls to Christ.' , These points were all en forced by apt and forceful illustrations. Special songs by Mr. and Mrs. But ler, who always deeply stir audiences to whom they singe were: "Why I Gave My Heart to Christ," rendered as a solo by Mr. Butler. "Looking Thi3 Way," and "Will the Circle be Un broken," rendered as a duet. Those who fail to hear either Dr.'Arisley in his strong series of revival sermons or Mr. and Mrs. Butler who sing with such wonderful pathos and deep senti ment are missing a rare opportunity. The meetings wll continue through the remainder of the week except Sat urday and all next week. ' lysssaassSBSESaalK 55 - . S! MYRTLE GROVE. H S 3 K A very interesting program was en joyed by many Monday night of last week, at the school house which was given under the direction of Miss Lauri Williams. - Morgan Caro took by complete sur prise his friends when he arrived last Sunday evening with a" young bride. Cupid has been quite busy inwour com munity. There v was interest in the marriage of Miss Fanny Hart to Mr. Percy Parise which was solemnized at the First Methodist church Thursday night. Another wedding of ' Interest Accountants, Public RAINES. R. T. "Public Accountant Auditor American National Bank Building, -Pensacola. Fia. McCaskiH Block. DeFuniak Springs, Fia. Automobiles. ronrji rT?os. MOTOR car O. H. HATS. Dealer. Phcne 874 Auto Painting PENSACOLA BnOGY 131-13.1 Kt IfHerulenola. WORKS Phone R7 Auto Repairer and Accessories. ABBOTT AUTO REPAIR CO. 201 N. Palafox street. Phone 415 A complete line of Automobile Accessories Bakeries. REEDS SANITARY DAKERT 198 N Palafox St. Phone 484 BENNETTS 426 Went Belmont. BAKKPY Phone 815 Baggage and Transfer. BORRAR TRANSFER CO. T-t rnm Ptrt Phon 1143 Chiropractors W. C. OOELZ Chiropractor Office., phone 39S: Residence. 224T ?-331 Brent BuUdlng. Clothiers M & O. CIXTHIN3 STORE S19-323 South Palafox. Phone 1185 Coal Dealers. CART & CO. Office Phones 9S-lt9; Tsrd Phones -H4 Dry Cleaning. NATIONAL DRY 18 East Garden St. CLEANING CO. Phone 251. Druggists. THE CENTRAL PHARMACY 100 South Palafox. Phones 177-17S THE CRYSTAL PHARMACY 33 South Palafox. . Phones 921-932 D'ALEMBERTE'S PHARMACY 121 South Palafox phone 109 Electrical Supplies PEAKR ELECTRIC & SANITARY PLUMBING CO. 20 S. Palafox Street. Phone 243 BAROCO ELECTRIC CO. 17 Weat Garden Street. Phone 61$ LEE'S ELECTRICAL. CO. Electrical Supplies Phones 1674-2093. 109 K. Palafox St REED BINGHAM House Wlrlngr. Electrical Supplies, Contractor. Phone 2075 Box 28i Florists. MRS. NELLIE M. BOYSEN The Only Down Town Florist. 18 West Garden Street. Phone 1800 NORTH HILL GREENERY Greenho'ises. 919 N. BaTn St. Phone 887 Slower Shop. 9 W. Roman St. . Phone ESS IN THIS D I RECTO Ft Y Can I Find This Question Is Ever on Lips of the Afflicted. the Eczema, Tetter, Erysipelas, and other terrifying conditions of the Skin, are deep-seated blood diseases, and applications of salves, lotions and washes can only afford temporarv re lief without reaching the real ea.t of the trouble. But just because local treatment has done you no good, there Is no reason to despair. You simpiy have not sought the proper treatment. that is within your reach. You have the experience of others who have suffered as you have to guide you to a prompt riddance of blood and skin diseases. No matter will be celebrated Wednesday night when Mr. I. Johnson becomes a bene dict. Miss Egan Caro happend to an acci dent last week when she . accidently ran her car into the dipping vat. Lovie Boyett entertained with a party at his home last Friday night en tertaining as his guests. Mr. and Mrs. Parile, Mr. and Mxs. Caro, Mr. and Mrs. Archie. Mr. I. Johnson, Mis.s Flossie Helton, Mr. Lawrence Manes, .Miss Sula Caro, Miss Birdie Maines, Mr. Frank Shears, .Mr. Dan Shaffer and Miss Eva Tanton. The Marriage of Miss Martha Redd to Mr. R. Shelby was quietly solemn ized last Sunday. This Directory Is Issued Three Times a Week and the Charge $1.00 Per Month Where Phone 1500 and tell us enter your name under proper classification. Central Trades Council PENSACOTaA TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL R. D. LaMOXT, Sec, Box 83. v- Foundries. BAT SHORE FOUNDRY CO.. 811 West Main Street. Phone C77 Groceries. MRS. THELMA FRENCH Groceries and Soft Drinks Phone 2263. Chase and Eighth Ave, MRS. L. W. VAN METER . Groceries. 9to Ave. and Strong. . Phone 1657 ll CRAY GROCERY CO. 459 West Jackson SU Phone 1158 NICK VASSO Fruits and Groceries. 500 EL Wrlfrht St. Phone 473 Horseshoing. O. A. BRIGOS Practlca' Ilorseehoer 16 W. Intend encia St. Phone 622 Ice Dealers. PENSACOLA ICE CO. N. Tarragona. Phones B9-S59 108-10 Job Printers. MAYES PRINTING- CO. J 5 Wm Government PJL Phono 181 Laundry. THE PERFECTION LAUNDRY Dry Cleaning and Steam Freasing Phone 18 Motor Boat Supply Store. PENSACOLA OAS riNUINE & SUPPLY CO. 713 S. Palafox St. Phone 627 GULF MACHINE WORKS 813-817 South Pnlafcr Phones I62-143 Market and Grocer. JOHN CRESSES. GROCER 924 N. Davis Street. Phone 432 TONY CLEVRO , CHRIS CARVEL GROCER t20 N. Gulllemarde. Phone 1148 B. B. MARKETS Meats PeVW!er Street. 319 N. Phone 947 Meat Markets. THE PARLOR MARKET 214 South Palafox. Phones 173-174 Merchant Tailors. DAN BROWN. MERCHANT TAILOR CO. Expert Steam CJeantng and Dyeing. Suits Pressed 26c. ?" W. Btlrront St. Phone 922 Music Stores. CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE 114 South Palafox Street. Phone 15 Newspapers. THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL Daily-Weekly-Sunday Phones: Editorial. 33; Business. 1509 THE PENSACOLA NEWS Evening Except Sunday Phones: Editorial 454; Business. Ill Relief From ItchingTerrifying Fczema? how terrifying the Irritation, no mat ter how unbearable the itching ami burning of the skin, S. S. S. will promptly reach the seat of the trouble, and forever rout from the blood every trace of the disease, Just as It haa for others, who have suffered as you have. This grand blood remedy has been used for more than fifty years, and you have only to give it a fair trial to be restored to perfect health. Our chief medical adviser is an authority on blood and skin disorders, and he will take pleasure in giving you such advice as your individual case may need, absolutely without cost. Write today, describing your case to Medical Department. Swift Specific Co., 252 Swift Laboratory, Atlanta Ga, Adv. "OVER THE TOP" SAVING SOCIETY TO MEET TODAY All pupils of the eighth grade of the J. B. Lockey school are expected to at tend the meeting of the "Over the Top" war savings society at the school build ing jit 4:30 o'clock this afternoon. War stamps dnd thrift stamps will be on sale. "BLUE RIBBON" TALKS The Flavor Is what makes the des sert. Blue Ribbon Vanilla is famous for delicious flavor. to the Optician. DR. T. O. Expert Orticfrn. YATES Flpher Bultdhi Painters, Paper Hangers. H. B. WELLS J" ET"t Government. Phone 773 hotographers. " CHAS. COTTRELL 204 1-2 South Palafox. Phnn. Restaurants. ANGELOS DAIRY LUNCH jgfLggi'th Palafox Street. phone 109 Shoe Shops. SAM CHARLES Shoe Maker Palafox and Main Sts. Phone 111 ,, 5T ,mR REPAIR SHOP' 1021 N. Davlw Street. Phone lf CHATTMAN'S ELECTRICAL SHOE SHOP For City Quality at Village Prlcea Warrington. Fit. Ship Chandlery. A. ZKLTOS 711 S. Palafox St. Phone 139 Taxi Serrice. -v- V. Q. VENTTTRA Taxi Rer-rlc- East Garden St. Phone SO? BoVa Taxi Phone 333 Service Day and Night 18 West Garden Tjn Workers. N. A. COX. TIN SHOP 510 S. PrJafox Sreet. Phone 412 Tailoring. KING TAILORING CO. Builder., of Pine Fitting Clothes 80 South Palafox Street Trained Nurses. Rirjatery of Trained Nurses at WhltVs Pharmacy. Day Phone 180. Night 448 Turkish Baths. PENSACOLA HOSPITAL. Phone 843. UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS . REPAIRED Work Guaranteed J. C. Young 102 E. Gregr7 Wholesale Grocers. CONSOLIDATED GROCERY CX 201 E. Garden St. Phone 1710 Undertakers. NOR T HTTP A WOOf undertaker. West Intendencia St. Phone 29. V