i?HE PENS ACOLA JOURNAL, MONDAY MORNING, JUN E 9, 1919.
do care what
ie neighbors say-
Lntf are judged as- much by the
V pearancc of your- home as. by
The tinpainted,, shabby looking
Jcatcsthc ne'er-iSo-welL. The use of
H5ty and'makes cnr a. higher standard
' X -Kb
woven their worth during more than
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Jadl-there is a Pee Gee Paint Product for
M Purpose, that will give you latinSsa6ls-. ,
jctionst lowest cost.
sk us for Free Paint Book or write A
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nistributors for "Pee Ge Paint Products
601-603 South Palafox Street, Pensacola, Fla.
IRS- MAYES GOES ,
TO ATTEND STATE
Mrs. Lois K. Mayes, leaves tonight
rLeesburg, Fla., where she will at
jd the annual convention of the
it Press Association, which Oun
ces in that city June 11-13.
It is expected that the convention
' nowsDare men and women will be
arked by an Unusually large attend
ee and that much business of Im
jnance to Florida members of the
yjrth Estate will be transacted while
e convention is in Session.
Enroute from the convention to
onsacola, Mrs. Mayes will stop for
few days in Jacksonville, at the
mlnole hotel. -
Diphtheria Left Her With
Catarrh of the Throat
iPANISH WAR VETS
PLAN BUSY MEETING
AT ARMORY TONIGHT
The Spanish-American "War- Veter
a will hold their regular bi-monthly
M'.lng at the armory hall tonight at
o'clock, it is announced, at.- which
?:e important business is to be
finsacted including action on appli-
I'.ions for membership, communica
ss and orders from department
It is also intended that at this.
rtteg final arrangements will be
a3e for the organization of a lair
' serpents. Other important mat--:s
are to be discussed and all mem--rs
of the local camp and visiting
"Trades are urged to be in attendee.
TEtr entmgti GKANTT5TA. to
nee. for.- a. whole pail ocf water.
Then clean anything My how
it does: take: off the dirtd Hard
on tJirt but- easy an the- Hands.
Watbea clothes and' give them the
fwoet odor-of freshness and cieanli
nea. Doesn' tharm the finest lincriB
or the baby's: clothes. Saves aoap
bcau&e yoai'. meaisiinr out onljrwhat
you need.. DL is. extxavagant and .
wasteful- ttrlMtnarraoap waste-away
in water and to mb off twice, as
Try thsPowsrd.&mp Today!
Grandma's Poudsnd S'osp
Saves TIME Saves WOKK- Saves SOAP
Your Grocer Has It!
No More Jolts and
Jars for Baby
bumps smoothed out
fte vibration taken up and the
feeing absorbed -by. pat
ted "Luxury Springs" that
ajfce Baby's ride a real joy
nue. No. wonder most mpth-
choose Go-Carts with
Lairy Springs. "
52 Cash IL ' ni" F 11-T?
Si a wept J i.-HW- jJili-
tc,v nwNiTuet company Zep
f,"jfr1::1!' uwv1"" r-Bt
li'lllll I I I r-'in '..ii. -j- ... -
$1 a week
g SAN CARLOS f
Cantaloupe, Georgia .
Sweet Corn on Cob, ;
New Marrowfat Peas,
Florida Celery.' v
Lake Shrimp, River Shrimp,
Soft Shell Crabs,
Ponmapo, Blue Fish,
, Florida Lobster.
Club Breakfasts 35c up
Luncheon ' 60c and 70c
Dinner,; table d'hote ' $1.00
Dinner, table d'hote deluxe, ;
Saturdays and Sun- v
das ........ $1.25
Dine in the cool environ
ment of the "Oasis of West
Florida1 where cleanliness
Line Answers Every tody.
1025 The Awkward Boy and the
10:50 Our Problems and Difficul
ties. t 11:10 Collecting the Remnants.
11:3ft Let Us Turn Our Faces To
ward the Sunrise District secretary.
In addition to the pastor and su
perintendent, three delegates should
be appointed from eah school.
These Institutes are occasions of
information and inspiration. Come
prepared to ask questions. ,
"It is the business of the Sunday
School to create for the young Chris -tion
a, wholesome social atmosphere."
Ml ID DARK
WITH SAGE TEA
Mixed With Sulphur
Darkens so Naturally
Nobody a TelL,
After Years of Suffering, this Lady
Sought and Found Relief in
PE-RU-NA, ths Great
, Catarrh Remedy.
WTiile there is noth-
ng unusual in the ex
perience of Miss Louise
BiUecker,, of 1326 East
Twelfth St, East Oak
land. CaL. her letter
cannot help but be -an
inspiration , to every '
surrerer from catarrh.
This is what sho
says: "Diphtheria left
me with catarrh of the
throat. After rears of
suffering and disappointment, I gave
up hope until I heard of PE-RU-XA.
I - tried it. Followed instructions and
have had no catarrh since. Xow, we
always i keep PE-RU-NA in the
It is not necessary for any one to
go on year after year suffering with
catarrh in any form. PE-RU-NA is
just as effective for catarrh of the
stomach, bowels, liver and other or
gans as it is for coughs, colds and
catarrh of the nose and throat. It 13
by regulating tbe digestion and aiding
elimination that PE-RU-NA Insures, a
rich supply of pure blood and nour
ishment being carried to the muoous
linings everywhere! By keeping the
mucous membranes healthy, the body
is bettar able to repel disease and
ward off such troubles as the Grip
and Spanish Flu. PE-RU-XA is of
extraordinary vajue in rebuilding the
body to normal health and strength.
Tablets or Liquid. Sold Everywhere.
JUNE 9 TO 11
PENSACOLA DISTRICT INSTITUTE
OF ALABAMA CONFERENCE
WILL BE HELD AT FLOMATON.
The old time mixture of Sage Tea
Sulphur for darkening gray, streaked
and faded hair, is grandmothers re
cipe, -and folks are again using" it to
keep ' their hair a good, even color,
which Is quite seiasfble, as we are
living in an age when a youthful ap
pearance U of the greates advantage.
Nowadays, thought, we don't, have
the troublesome task of gathering the
sage and the mussy mixing at home.
All drug stores sell the ready-to-use
product, improved by the addition of
other ingredients, called -WyeiSrs
Sage , and Sulphur Compound," for
abaut 50 cents a bottle. It is very
popular because nobody can discover
it has been applied. Simply moisten
your comb or soft brush with it and
draw this through your hair, taking
one small strand at a time; by morn
ing the gray hair disappears, but
what delights the ladies with Wyetn's
Sage and Sulphur Compound, is that,
besides beautifully darkeneing" the
hair after a few applications; it also
produces that soft lustre and appear
ance of abundance Which is so at
tractive. This ready-to-use prepara
tion is a delightful toilet prerequisite
for those who desire a more youthful
appearance. It is not Intended for the
cure, mitigation or prevention of
YOUNG MAN AT BIG
r AYOU SHOOTS SELF
WHILE AFTER THIEF
The occasion next ' in importance
after the centenary, " among Metho
dists of this district, is the District
Sunday School Institute for the Pen
sacola district of the Alabama Con
ference, to be held at Flomaton, Ala.,
June 9-11. This institute will be
composed of representatives from the
50 or more "Methodist Sunday Schools
in the district and covers the fol
lowing counties: Baldwin, Connecuh,
and Escambia, also Pensacola, Fla
and intervening - Methodist " Sunday -Schools.
Each school is to send three dele- I
gates in addition to its pastor and CENTURY NEGRO
supenmenaeni, ii is unaersuroa mai
a strong program will be rendered.
Speakers from the conference head
q Darters at Montgomery. ' Ala., will
be in attendance and there will be
an out of state speaker to deliver
inspirational address. Among the top
les that wiU be discussed are such
as -The Child's Religious Heritage.'
A Far-Reaching Program, The
C. Smith, a. young man in the vi
cinity of Bag Bayuo, Shot himself with
a rifle late Friday night, while at
tempting to ' pursue an Imagined
chicken thier in his yard. After con
siderable delay.: he reached the Pen
sacola: hospital, where , it was found
tht? nehad 7 serious abdontl&arln
FIRES SIX SHOTS
AT DUSKY SPOUSE
On a charge of having shot six
times at his '"spouse" when she Is al
leged to have failed to live up to his
standard of "trueness to him, ai
Century yesterday morning, WiU
Right : of the Child," "The Teacher , Rankin, a negro, was brought to the
Evangelist," "Sunday School Day,"
"An Enlarged Vision," etc.
, It is urged that each school select
Its delegates at once, three in addi
tion to the superintendent aad pas
tor. L. V. Holsberry, of Pensacola, ,
is president of the district; Miss
Bessie Baggett, superintendent : of th
home department, Atmore,. Ala.; C. T.
X4ving8ton, superintendent teacher
training. -Belleville. Ala.; Prof. Ira
Powers, Wesley Bible Class superin
tendent, Brewton, Ala.
The conference headquarters are
located at 36-37 Vandiver buildinrj.
Montgomery, Ala, The Alabama con
ference keeps a strong force in the
field promoting, instructing . and
building up Methodist . Sunday
Schools. " . -: , ' ' ':. . ..
Following is the official program:
First Dayf-Night Session.
8:00 Devotional .and address by
county jail yesterday afternoon by
Sheriff Van Pelt and locked up pend
ing action of the courts in the case.
Neither of the six shots took effect
and the negro disclaims any inten
tion of actually hitting the negress.
The twelfth session of Palmer Col
lege has just come to a close with the
commencement exercises held from
May 31 to June 4. Every exercise de
monstrated the high Ideals of the in
stitution and showed tho splendid
work done by this young and grow
ing West Florida college.1
Announcements of plans for
future growth and development were
received with great pleasure by the
frineds of the college, and it is be
lieved that the next year wiU bring
a large increase In equipment and
Palmer has a wide area of patron
age in which there is no other col
lege. There Is need of such, an insti
tution, and there is a splendid op
portunity for service In thev cause of
Christian education. v
The exercises began with the seinor
play entitled Standing By," an
after-the-war production, which was
staged with an artistic taste and
dramatic finish that would have done
credit to professionals. Miss . Jones
of the expression department directed
The baccalaureate sermon was
preadhed by the Rev. Fred F. Schell,
of Chipley, who took as his theme,
''The Effects of War on the Church.'
He showed the danger of the church
leaving her old moorings, to enter
sew fields, and made an earnest plea
that the church remain true to her
"The Holy City" was the selection
for the sacred concert, given on Sun
day evening. The splendid oratorio
was beautifully rendered by a choir
Under the direction of Miss Elizabeth
Martin, the head of the music depart
ment of the college.
The children of the elementary de
partment presented the operetta,
"Boy Blue," in the Chautauqua au
ditorium on Monday evening. They
elicited much applause by the excel
lence of the rendition. .
The grsmd concert by the depart
ments of music and expression was
the attraction on Tuesday- evening.
The final exercises were. held in tho
auditorium on ; Wednesday- evening.
Judge Thos. F. West, associate Jus
tice of the sureme court, ' Tallahassee,
Fla., .addressed the graduating class.
Which - consisted Of Misses Irene
Clary, Marie, Alice ; Flournoy, - Essie
Montez Sutton; and Messrs. Ray
mond Wickersham and John Lauchlin
Dr. W. B. Y. Wilkle, Dunedin, Fla,
presented the diplomas to the grad
uates. .. 1 .
The McKinneon medal awarded by
the faculty tto the best xalLi-roiind
student, was won by Raymond Wickersham.-
-; - '
President Kemper announced that
thirty thousand dollars had been suo
scribed for a tiew administration
building to be erected this summer.
He also announced the gift, of . a
splendid pipe organ for the new au
ditorium from Mrs. R. - E. M
Caskill. The' campaign is to continut
immediately - to secure tr ; edd-t'onal
five thousand dollars - frf Lj. -ovingr
Lthe girls dormitory anl rnral re
A successful year thus closed with
a promise . of large development in
the near future. Palmer Is about to
receive the recognition which has
long been her due. v
HERS A DOCTOR'S
For Those Suffering With
Rheumatism, ; Lumbago,
Lame Back and Uric
FOR BOYS CAMP
ON PERDIDO BAY,
Monday, -Tune 16th, has been defi
nitely set the date for the big Y;
M. C. . A. boys camp. A good camp
ing site has been selected on Perdido
bay, I and plans are practically com
plete for a first rate boys camp.
Boys' Work Secretary L. W. Harts
field, with a corps of assistants, will
be in charge, and a complete program
of out door activities has ueen out
lined, including swimming, fishing.
aquatic games and sports, and other
8-30 Address by Dr. M. W. Swartz, things that go to make an interesting
Mnnteomcrv. Ala., president Woman's ', and profitable cam p. It is j expected
Second Day Morning Session.
9:45 Enrollment of delegated . :t
10 :00 Our Centenary Achievements
and Post-Centenary Plains: District
Superintendent Missionary Education
J. A. Avant. "'VY
Types of Elementary Les
sons Miss Lilly Farnsworth.
10 : 45 SkiUed Laborers - for the
Master Rev. S. U. Turnipseed.
11:20 Address by Dr. M. W.
Swart i, Montgomery, Ala., president
Appointment of committees.
- 2:30 DevotionaL
2:43 Sunday School Day The
What and the Why.
3 00 The What and the Why of
the Standards-Mlss Farnsworth and
others. ' -' -
Survey of the district.
3. 45 Report of nominating com
3:50 An Enlarged Vision Rev. S.
U. Turnipseed. .
4 . j 5 tepaxtmental Conferences.
Round Table. - . -Report
from officers,' etc.
8-30 Address: The Wesley Bible
Class By Dr. M, W. Swartz, Mont
gomery. Ala, president Woman's Col-
Thh-d Day Morning (final) Session.
9:15 Devotional. -
9 . 30 What the Church and the
Sunday School Owe Each Other
Rev. H. W. Rice.
9:45 The Child's Religious Herit
ageMiss Lilly Farnsworth.
10:10 Air Line Questions and Bee
that every boy will avail himself of
this opportunity to , get out in - the
great out-of-doors and spend a few
days in : close proximity to Old Moth
The Y.. M. C. A. wiU gladly furnish
anyone with detailed information rel
ative to the camp, and it is urged
that parents acquaint themselves with
plans for same. Every boy holding
membership In the beys department
of the Y." including the "Y" troop
of Boy Scouts, is askea to 'enlist
himself as a member of the camp at
Rub the forehead
and temples with
fcra'P. BODYGUARD1" 30.
' DEAD MEMBERS
Hickory Grove Camp, No. 21, Live
Oak Camp. No. 1, Olive Camp, . No.
578 and Oak Grove Circle, No. 4,
Woodmen of the World, held joint
memorial services at the hall, corner
of Romana and Baylen streets, at
three o'clock yesterday afternoon. R.
P. Reese was the orator of the day.
- Following the memorial services
unveiling ceremonies were carried out
at the several cemeteries where mem
bers of the organization are "buried.
Tbe services ere well attended, many
visiting Woodmen taking part.
The committee on arrangements
included: C. J. Oertlng, Clyde Little,
and Mrs. Ida Williams. -
in. Icnowirtd. "tKe clld
rexv s KeaLlK sltvcL en
Yjoryrxverk-t atre Jbeix5
provided, for wKeivyoxx
as ilveir Twyt taLble dirixilc
REESE & CO
Everything to Wear
t costs money tq Consult a doctor,
ud then you have to pay the druggist
tor the prescription which you must'
You get both the advice ot a doctor,
and cost pf the medicine when you
buy a bottle of Prescription' C-2223.
rhi ninnM naniu pnmnonnd was
: ' r ' - ; 1
used n the practice ps a specialist
for years it gave his patients relief
where other doctors and remedies bad
Prescription C-2223 will relieve you;
Surpose you go to your druggist to-j
day. Ask -him for a Urge $1.50 bot-j
tie "of Prescription C-2223 and 2223
Liver Pills and begin the treatment;
as soon as possible, ai, aner. yow
have used two ootties accorumg w
direcOons. you do not feel that you;
have been sufficiently benefited, take
tbe empty bottles back to your drug
gist, tell him all about It and he wni
promptly refund you the price which;
you paid for the two bottles.
Prescription C-2223 .can- be had at
most good drug stores or - The 2222
Laboratories. Memphis. -Tenn., will
send you botUe postpaid pn receipt
of price under . the same guarantee,
V 32 YEAR'S SERVICE.
Mrs. A. Waldman. 460 Glenn Ave,
Fresno, Cal. writes; "When I was
oung I had' a fever and it left me
with a cough every winter. Thirty-
two years ago I read about Foley's
Hone' and Tar and bought seme and
it helped me. i. use It yet and it
helps me every time. I am a, widow.
66 years oldV There' Is nothing better
for' bronchial, grlr and similar lin
gering coughs ac'polds that bang
on. Just fine i ox children fox crou p
and 'whooping .cough. Contains" no
opiates. Sold everywhere Adv.
KING OF THE
A medium priced tire,
giving greatest mileage for
least money. v
The BEST tire on the
market for Ford cars.
F. S. Mellen Co.
Distributors. Phone 334
15c Cott n Crush, 17- 1
m. To.veling, yd....
25c Half -Linen, 17
in. Toweling, yd . .
50c Indian Head, 44- A Qc
in. wide, yard ..... w
50c Indian Head Pillow Tub
ing, 42-in. 43c
Today Only ! v
25c Cuticura, Woodburry's, Pack
er's Tar, and Dr. Blair's Liquid
Shampoo Soap, Ol
15c Dr. Blair's Cucumber, Melba
Soap and Lux. 1 0
10c Royal Palm and Jergen's Bath
Tablet, choice, 1Pn
2 for J-tlC
50c Mission Memories, fy ff -
Liquid Soap Mt)L
35c Woodburrj-'s Shaving OQ
Soap . MiC
10c Alladln Dj'e Soap, 10c; Rubber
Sponge, 10c; Hand Qr
Brushes, each .............. OL
50c Pebeco Tooth
30e Kolynos Tooth
.. . : 39c
"Many Specials in
Mens and Boy31
Elebash Jewelry Co.
Jewelers and Opticians
112 S. Palafox St. Phone 713
I am located at 515, American National
Bank Building", where I will engage in the
general practice" of law. Telephone 946.
H. J. MACKEY.
W. B. Ferriss, President E. R. Ferris, V-President
Roland E. Lee, Secretary
PENSACOLA MANDFACTDRING COMPANY
205 East Main ,
We Sell Lumber, Shingles, Composition
Roofing, f Doors, Sash, Blinds and Screens
Do Shop Work
Trains Concert Pianists, x'eachers and Beginners.
" i Half Hour Lesson, Two Dollars.
Regular Weekly Lesson, it Pupil's Residence, One Dollar.
The Clutter Music House. Phone 15.
High. Grade Portraiture
Views and Notions
PENSACOLA PHOTO STUDIO
UPSTAIRS " , OVER COCERENES
Corner Palafox and Intend encia r Confectionery
CUT RATE DRUG STORE
! DR. M. C. BEVERETTE, Proprietor,
420 West Belmont Street
Office Phone 938 . Residence Phone 1668
HAMILTON RUSSELL, P. D.
. "Only the Best"
212 South Palafox Street Phone 846
"EVERYTHING IN DRUGS"
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