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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 7, 1919.
No More Jolts and Jars for Baby The bumps smoothed out the vibration taken up and the bouncing absorbed by pat ented "Luxury Springs" that make Baby's ride a real joy ride. No wonder most moth er choose Go-Cts with Luxury Springs. 3 1 8-. S O. $2 Cash $1 a week - .. COMPANY $2 Cash $1 a week i Hoffman & Sellers Auto Co. Dealers in Auto Accessories General Repairs Kelly; Springfield Tire3 Kione 825 57-59 E. Gregory St. "3 Here's Health! ET3 nn r""rrr m M mm 18k Sf Gives the Snap and Sparkle of YouthlQ Fr Mea. Wontea ud CMMrea Hondas, Nooa and Klxbt jfS" Ask Your Druggist ""itcS"' 1771 9 AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK Of Peneaeola CAPITAL STOCK Pald ln $500,000 FOR RENT Electee Vacuum Cleaners Pensacola Electric Co. Commercial department PHONE 2010 4 "Y" CIRCUS IS .WITNESSED BY A GREAT CROWD The grrand circus, presented at the Y. M. C. A., was witnessed by a large and appreciative crtfwd last night. The slow equalled anything: Pensa cola has witnessed in the circus line, professionals not excepted, the com edy acts being: particularly whole hearted, - The complete program fol lows:"" r " " ' j Overture by orchestra Edward W. Lurton, leader. 8:15 Grand march. Junior March "Marching Evolutions Supreme'' By members of Junior gym class, "Cream of Pensacola's youth." "The Diving Hoboes' From bounc ing board over Pensacola's home grown elephant. The Ultra "Wand Drill Junior b'oys. Parailel Bars par Excellence By "Red Triangle" troupe Winsold, the "Comedy PaRtomimist." Wall Scaling By "Blue Stas" troupe. High bar act "Famous American Trio" -High class act. "Valdlmar" and "Howdldy" in a se ries of sommersaults from dizzy heights. ' ' A most excellent aggregation of musical talent is represented in the splendid orchestra that played for the circus under the leadership of Edward W. Lurton. Interspersed among the acts of this program, and during the intermission were pulled off by some of the clever est ciowns stunts ever put on by a company of amateur performers. The vork of these amateur artists proved i great success. At no time In the history of the Pensacola T. M .C. A. has It been able to assemble such a splendid array of real gymnastic and acrobatic talent. The local Y. M. C. A. put much work and effort into last night's en tertainment -and appreciates the cor dial response and support they re ceived from the people of Pensacola. FIRE OFFICIALS RETURN HOME FROM . TRIP TO MOBILE The party of city officials who went to Mobile Thursday night to inspect the workings of the new fire fight ing machine which will soon be added to the equipment of the Pensacola department, reached home last night about 9 o'clock. The party consisted of Commissioner Pou, Chief Riera, Clerk Heinberg, and License Inspector Carroll. They report that the fire fighting machine worked perfectly. Mobile is ahead of Pensacola in re ceiving her new apparatus, although the Pensacola machine was ordered ahead of the one at Mobile. It was a year ago last March that the local machine was bought, but because the factory was turired over to the gov ernment for the manufacture of war munitions, delivery has been delayed till now. . The official party reported a very pleasant trip without the slightest mishap to the car, in spite of the bad roads. Thursday night was spent in Fairhope. : : OPEN FOR BUSINESS. Go to the Pensacola Photo Studio for every kind of Photosraphie work. Novelties, Highest Grade Portraiture, Enlarging, Kodak finishing, etc. Val uable premiums given away to sit ters the first ten days. Mrs. B. W. Bayne and Mrs. J. N. Miller, Palafox and Intendencia. Ladies "ca A Word With You About Your Skin HY ncasnake Cuti- cura Soao vour every - day toilet soap, assisted by Cuticura Ointment and Cuticura Tal cum, now and then as needed, and have in most cases a clear fresh complexion, a clean scalp free from dandruff and itching. ood hair, soft white hands and a wholesome akin free from blemish, without resort ing to tiresome, expensive "beauty" fads? Cuticura costs little and does much. Sample each free by mail of "CuUcora. Dept. G. Botom." Sold everywhere, price 25 cents each. "Culicnra Talcom Powder Do not fail to test the fascinating fra grance of this exquisitely scented face, baby, dusting and skin perfuming pow der, delicate, delightful, distingue, it imparts to the person a charm incom parable and peculiar to itself. I H ft Lf J 1 ft fl make their home at the fort. Mobile Register. Mrs. Louis deM. Blocker and sister. Miss Mercedes McCammon, have de parted for Cincinnati, where Mrs. Blocker expects to remain for some time visiting before returning home. The christening of little Ethel May Joseph Bridges took place Sunday at St. Michael's church. Rev. Father Robert Fullerton and Mrs. Douglas Falney acting as god-parents. Kaiiiiiissggisisas k a J Persoral Mention Mrs. O. E. McReynolds has returned home after a delightful visit in Mo bile as the guest of her sister, Mrs. L. A. Eakins and niece, Mrs. H. A. Heblom and other relatives. James Boyd Smith, U. S. X., at tached to the naval air station, has been placed on inaotive duty and left yesterday at noon for his home in Minnesota, During his stay here Mr. Smith made many friends, in town as well as at the station. ' Among guests registered at the 'San Carlos are Nat Kaiser, of Atlanta, a former Pensacolian; Joseph Mann, of Chicago; George Davidson, of At lanta; J. W. Hunt, Of Birmingham: F. B. Royster, of Jackson. Miss.; I. T. Steinberg and Ivan Cohen, of St. Louis. NEWS BRIEFS." "K 55 A negro, known by no other name than Alex, dropped dead yesterday noon at Chase street and Eleventh avenue. He had been working Jn tha sun and apparently suffering from the heat, though the immediate cause of his death was said to have been acute indigestion. A well bandaged nose on the face of B. A. Davis, Baptist preacher and member of the famous vigilance Com mittee, is the result of a painful, but not serious accident a few days ago, when he received a Severe jolt while riding in the automobile of a friend Among the men reported as just returned from overseas Is Private G, C. Cope, 55 th Co., of Pensacola. He is now at debarkation hospital Na 3 and mail for him can be addressed there or in care of the Florida desk. Hall of States, of .the New York "War Camp Community Service. For the Relief of Rheumatic Pains. . When you have stiffness and sore-r ness of the muscles, aching joints and find it difficult to move without pain try massaging the affected parts with Chamberlain's Liniment. It will relieve the pain and make rest and sleep possible. Adv. Mr. and Mrs. J. T, Naset and daughter, Beulah, left this week for their home in Edgerton, Wis., after spending the winter in Pensacola. They motored through the country and enroute visited in Selma, Ala., as the guests of Judge and Mrs. Berry. FeJ2 AlwayslheSame Each pound is like the pound before it. lYo a can always be sure of the same good cup of coffee with LIaiiuell House COFFEE Sold by good grocers. Always in sealed tins. Whole, ground (steel cut) or pulverized. CREEK--Al COFFEE C3. Bash v ill, Houston, JscksooYi Is, Richmond IPs FLORIDA LOAN CLUB LARGEST IN DISTRICT BY GEORGE H. MANNING. Washington, D. C, June 4. The farmers of Florida are taking a great Interest in the Federal Land Bank- system-and have the largest National Farm Loan association in the Third district. Harry H. Root, the treasurer of the Federal Land bank at Columbia, the beadquartersof the Third district, in a letter to Senator Duncan U. Fletcher, of .Florida, speaking of the situation says: T take pleasure in advising you that Florida has the distinction of having the largest National Loan association In this district which closed loans amounting to over two hundred mil lion dollars. Florida is also coming along very well in the amount of closed ans, having now practically two mil lion dollars, to be exact, $1,988,000 as against $678,000 a year ago." Mr. Root was appointed about a year ago as treasurer of the Federal Land Bank at Columbia on the recommenda tion of Senator Fletcher and Congress man Drane. His home is at Plant City. The Third district is composed of North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia and Florida. ? W. W. Betsworth has returned to Anderson, South Carolina, , after spending a short time visiting with his family at their home, 118 West Strong street. Mr. Betsworth is en gaged in business in Anderson, where he will later be joined by Mrs. Bets worth and children, Elva, Fay and Walter, to make their home there, much to the regret of their numer ous friends m Pensacola. Misses Dollie Mae and Indaola Da vis, of Meridian, Miss., have arrived in Pensacola to visit for several weeks as the attractive guests of their brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Campbell, at their home On East Gregory street. Friends of C. J. Heinberg, young son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Helnber;, will be delighted to learn that he is expected to arrive home today from Nashville, Tenn., where he attendel Vanderbilt University this year. After spending a short vacation at home, he expects to go to Fortress Monroe. Virginia, where he will enter training camp for six weeks. Mrs. Wilmer S. Hall and daughters are visiting in Panama City, Fla,, aj the guests of Mrs. Hall's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Munroe. Mrs. F. C. Wilson has returned home after a delightful visit to her old home in Marianna, Fla., as the guest of her parents. Colonel and Mrs. E. L. McKinnon. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Mitchell re turned last night from Sewanee. Tenn., where they attended the com mencement exercises of the Se wanes Military Institute. They were- ao companied home by their son, FranciJ Mitchell, who was a student at Se wanee this year. EX-SOLDIERS ARE URGED TO APPLY FOR TRAVEL PAY Full and complete information con cerning additional travel allowance for . discharged soldiers may be ob tained by application to G. Earl Hoff man, who has just received a large batch of circular matter concerning application forms and instructions. A supply of this literature is also to be found at the local Y. M. C. A. . The director of finance having I practically completed payment of the j 60 bonus, involving about 1,400,000 claims, is now settling additional tra vel allowance due enlisted men of the army under section 3 Of the act ap proved February 28, 1919, which au thorized travel pay to enlisted men honorably discharged since "November 11, 1918, at the rate of 5 cents per mile to actual bona fide home or resi dence, or place of original muster into the service, at the option of the sol dier. The comptroller of the treasury by decisions rendered April 17 and May 3, 1919, has authorized the . war' de partment to t make settlement of all claims for the 1 1-2 cent difference from place of discharge to place of entry into the military service, also the claims for additional allowance to actual bona fide home or resi dence at date of discharge when such bona fide home or residence can be determined from the affidavit of the soldier and verified by information contained in his original service rec ord. The zone finance officer, Wash ington, D. C, has been designated to settle these claims with the above restrictions. Applications should uo addressed to him. A blank form of application, which includes the necessary affidavit for the " additional travel allowance, may be obtained from any army recruit ing officer, Red Cross, or 'other agen cies organized to aid soldiers. This affidavit must be accompanied by a true copy of soldier's discharge cer tificate, certified as such by a re cruiting officer, or the,-origfnal dis charge certificate, the latter to be returned with check. While payment will be' made on the original dis charge certificate, claimants are ad vised that the use of the copy will eliminate the possibility of the loss of the original. No further corres pondence is necessary except in cas? of change in address. A certified copy of discharge cer tificate submitted for payment of $R0 bonus and now on file in the zone finance office will be accepted in lieu of other copy of original discharge certificate. Men who liave submitted these certified copies will so state when forwarding claims. Payments will be made as expeditiously as clr vumstances permit. The body of an unknown negro was found on the beach near Sea breeze yesterday by a fisherman. Sheriff Van Pelt and Coroner John son took the case under advisement, but not being table to do anything but bury the corpse, .they interred it on the beach. It had apparently been in the water for some time. The police court (disposed of 18 cases yesterday, seven of whicfy re sulted in fines for engaging in games . of chance. One pris oner was fined $25 and costs for escaping from custody, and in addi tion was compelled to undergo the balance of a sentence imposed last March. . His name was given as Per ry Brown. Another excellent entertainment was given' Thursday night at the naval air station Y hut under the auspices of the War Camp Commun ity Service. The program included a duet by Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Brierly: violin solo, by Herbert Caro; reading by Aline Hicks; piano selections by George E. Strong; vocal solo by Mu riel Brierly; vocal trio by Charles Troxell and Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Brier ly; , George E. Strong was the accompanist. 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 free sample of Chamberlain's Tablets by mall. I gave them a trial and they were such a help to me that I bought a package, and I can truthfully say that I have not had a similar at tack since," . writes Wm. B. Wisler, Douglassville, Pa. Adv. INTEREST ON LOAN BONDS DUE JUNE 15 TOTALS $36,653,373 On June loth the treasury department will pay Interest on First Liberty Loan bonds, totaling $36.65,376.C3. Of this amount $809,955.12 will come to the people of the Sixth Federal Reserve district. Think what it means to have this vast sum of money turned loose in one day! It's money for which the peo ple didn't work a reward for their thrift. What will the people do with this sum? If they spend it, the work of their money is wasted unles they buy War Savings and Thrift Stamps. Then their dollars will be doing double duty. Interest will be making more Interest. Liberty bond interest coupons should be clipped promptly, and re-invested. Thriftless money or money which lies idle. Is of no benefit 'to the Individual, or tor the community. It should be put to worlt,' where it can earn the most In the safest way, and there is no better nor safer place of employment for money than in War Savings and Thrift stamps. Interest coupons may fte exchanged for War Savings and Thrift stamps at the post office. . If the money is needed at any time, the stamps are redeemable on ten days notice. -. MRS. SANDS WAS UNABLE TO DO HER HOUSEWORK Buffered With Rheumatism of Her Hip. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Collins are ex pected home Sunday from Jackson ville, where they went to attend the marriage of Mr. Collins brother, R. R. Collins, to M-iss Winnie Love Town send, which was soleemnized on June third. Judge and Mrs. E. C. Maxwell have returned home after an enjoyable outing and camping trip up th? sound. d! 'orwar 7ke new mad correct tiGf ib dtteTcomt iltlc heaiach, constipation and bttioixness u t9 the pleasant tastinr laxative that gioes perfect rendu without iniurint the slorruich btri.tg used by thousands in the place of strong purgatives. At all drug stares 30c per bottle. MANITACTURED BT LAMARINE LABORATORIES, f ATLANTA, GA. 1 Friends of Lauchlln McKinnon; who has made his home here for the past year with his sister, Mrs. F. C ' Wil son, will regret to know that he has been transferred to New Orleans in connection with his business, but hopo that It will be so that he may fre quently visit in Pens'acola. Sergeant Roy Tucker Lemon and Miss Jeanette Nelson, both of Fort Morgan, were quietly married Mon day afternoon by Rev. W. E. Lockler. pastor of the North- Side Baptist church, at his residence 61 Duncaa street. Sergeant Lemon is connected with the quartermaster corps at the fort and his bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Nelson, also of Fort Morgan. The happy couple left immediately for Pensacola to visit the sister, of the bride and on their return . will Tims Brings Jo? ikd ilapplness A the Hour Pass tha Coming el Baby Draws Nearer Aim You Prepared? Prescription C-2223 Gave Relief Where Others Had Failed. No womin awaiting the Joy of coming mothernood should allow the days to pasi without using the wonderful penetrating application." Mother's Friend. By Its regular u throughout the period the ytem ts prepared for the coming rent and strain and tension la relieved. Jit renders the broad, flat abdominal mus cles pliant and they readily yield to na ture's demmnd r-txpansion. As a result the nervee are not-drawn upon with that peculiar wrenching strain, and cause, nervousness, bearing-down and stretenin -points are counteracted. The abdoxne? expands easily when baby arrives and th hours . at the crisis ere naturally lees. Pain and danger as a consequence ar avoided. Mother's Friend not only allays dUtresi ,ln advance, but assures a speedy recovery -for the mother. The skin is kept soft and israooth and natural and free from disfig furement. J -Write to the 1-tndfleld Regulator Ccm panT. Dept. J. Lamar Building. Atlanta. 'Oeorgia, for their Motherhood Book, and (procure a bottle of Mother's Friend from (the druggist. It Is just as standard as anything yon can think of, Mr. W. E. Sands, Owensboro. Ky., Route 6. writes February 26, 1919, as follows: "My wife had been suffering with rheumatism of the hip for some time fcmd after trying a number of reme dies without success, I saw Prescrip tion C-2223 advertised and had It rec bmmended to me. After using one large bottle, my wife is able to be up and is now doing her own housework, which she was not able to do before -taking this medicine t thinit r-' scriptlon C-2223 a wonderful medicine and want to recommend it to every one suffering with rheumatism. I would be glad to have any one ask me about It." Prescription C-222S is. giving relief tc hundreds every day. If you suffer with rheumatism, lumbago, gout, lame back and similar troubles, go to your drug gist today and buy a Jl.tO bottle oi Prescription C-2223 and & box of 222! Liver Pills. Your money back if you are not satisfied. ' ...... ;' , - (adv.) Prescription T d stdTt 05 Col Watson, Parker & leese Co. EtfCnvrpjl &l -m- -w m m imr- m wrm. 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Telephone 946. H. J.MACKEY. W. B. Ferriss, President E. R. Ferris, V- President Roland E. Lee, Secretary PENSACOLA MANUFACTURING COMPANY ' . 205EastMain We Sell Lumber, Shingles, Composition Roofing:, Doors, Sash, Blinds and Screens Do Shop Work Phone 637 HAMILTON RUSSELL, P. D. "Only the Best" 212 South Palafox Street Phone 846 "EVERYTHING IN DRUGS" ONLY THE EE GOOD ENOUGH The business world wantr cpert help. Let us train you. Pan American College PHONE 51 274-2S9 BP.ENT BUILDING CUT RATE DRUG STORE DR. M. C. BEVERETTE, Proprietor 420 West Belmont Street Office Phone 938 Residence Phone 1668 GILFILLAN SCOTT Trains Concert Pianists, xeachers and Beginners. Half Hour Lesson, Two Dollars. Regular Weekly Lesson, at -Pupil's Residence, One Dollar. The Clutter Music House. Phone 15. AUDITS R. T. RAINES COST SYSTEMS Public Accountant Auditor American National Bank Building. PeiiBacola, Fla. McCankill Block, DeFuniak Springs. Fla. INCOME TAX REPORTS EFFICIENCY ENGINEER M'MILLAN AUCTION CO. 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