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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 19, 1919.
o ISC n WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY SPECIALS ugar, a pound 10c Octagon Soap, per doz....S5c Oat Meal, a pkg. 11c Corn Flakes, pkg. ......12c Buck Wheat, per pkg 10c Supreme Butter, lb. ..62 1-2 Cloverbloom Butter, lb. 62 1-2 Lemons, per doz. ......t...45c Prunes, 3 cans for .......25c Corned Beef, per can, .35c Spinach, No. 3 can. 20c Siuer Kraut, No. 2 10c 1 Raisins, 2 pkgs. for 25c Grape Juice, per pt 35c Apple Cider, per bottle . . . 10c Pimento Cheese 20c Royal Cocoa, large can. . .30c Hawaiian Pineapple, No. 1 15c . .Sliced, per can .10c Toilet Paper; 6 rolls for. .25c Macaaroni, per doz 45c Crackers, 2 pkgs. 15c Cakes, 2 pkgs. . 15c Shorts, per sack $2.80 Bran, sack $2.65 liorden Sash rocery Go. PHONE 2027 Garden and DeVillier Streets Deliveries Promptly fftado GILFILLAN SCOTT Trains Concert Pianists, Teachers and Beginners. Half Hour Lesson, Two Dollars. Weekly Half Hour Lesson, at Pupil's Residence, One Dollar. The Clutter Music House. Phone 15. GO TO BED GROUCHY GET UP FEELING SIMPLY FINE Wonderful How Calotabs, the De Nauseated Calomel Tablet, Makes You Feel so Good the Next Morning. The old-style calomel was the best medicine in the world and the only thing that could straighten out a dis ordered liver, but It had some serious draw backs. The griping and the sickening after-effects made many people dread to take it. Now you can take calomel without the slight- est objection. One' Calotab on the :' tongue at bed time with a swallow of water that's alL No taste, no grip ing, no nausea, no salts. tNext morn- mg your liver is clean, your system purified and you are feeling like a two-year-old with a hearty appetite for breakfast. Eat what you please, no danger. Calotabs are so perfect that your druggist is authorized to refund the price If you are not delighted. Sold only in original sealed packages, price thirty-five cents. All druggists now have Caltotabs. Adv. "BAYER CROSS" ON GENUINE ASPIRIN "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" to be genuine must be marked with the safety "Bayer Cress." Always buy an unbroken Bayer package which con tains proper direction to safely re lieve Headache. . Toothache, Earache. iNeurahjia, Colds and pain. Handy tin imoxes of 12 tablets cost but a few .'cents at drug stores larger packages Jalso. Aspirin is the trade mark of iBayer Manufacture of Monoaceticaci ,dester of Salicylicacid. ORENESS in joints or mus-. cles, give a brisk massage with "VICE'S VAP0R1 YOUR BODYGUARD--30 6071.20 mm PROMINENT MErf TO TELL OF BOOKS ' IN WAR AND PEACE & ! m s NEWS BRIEFS. AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK Of Pnaoor . CAPITAL STOCK Paid in $500,000 Elebash Jewelry. Co. Jewelers and Opticians Successors to Peter Lindenstruth 112 8. Palaf ox St. Phone 713 1 SM II ! IIM'I "'I.HI!' mi The Pensacola Electric Garage Official Service Station for Philadel phia Diamond Grid Battery. GUARANTEED 18 MONTHS. Ignition Specialist. Chase 6: Baylen Phone 940 Let Us Be Your Milkman Pasteurized Dairv Products PENSACOLA DAIRY CO. 123 W. Garden St. Phone 1321 Pay 1.00 Weekly Clothing for Men and Women Suits, Dresses, Skirts, Waists, etc. Largest and oldest Credit House Reasonable. Reliable .and Con fidential. Gentry-Strickland Co., 26 South Palafox Street. 34 K? Misses Mary Morrison and Carrie Simmons have returned from a three weeks visit with friends and relatives at Marianna, being accompanied home by Miss Annie Mae and Master Archie Morrison. Chief 6t Police Ellis has received notice of the escape of a state con vict from a road gang near Argyle, "Walton county. A reward of $10 is offered for his capture. It is thought that he is headed westward, toward' his former home in Texas." DR. LIVINGSTONE THE SPECIALIST What I Say I'll Do. I Wifl Do. Second Floor. Masonlo Temple, PansaeHa. MEYER SHOE CO. PALAFOX AND ROMANA STREETS lairaooigf) aaycD BatShiSBMi )r ROAD INN, ACROSS BAY Dance every Friday and Saturday night and Sunday afternoon and night. Take boat from city wharf, Palafox street. Boat leaving every evening 7:30, returning 11:30, exespt Saturday and Sunday, leaving every two hours. Boats starting 8 a. m., and returning every two hours, starting 9 a. m. 50c Round Trip. FOR RENT Electric Vacuum Cleaners Pensacola Electric Co. Commercial Department HONK 2010 Barbara Hedrick, who attempted suicide by swallowing part of a bottle of carbolic acid last week, and her husband, H. Hedrick. appeared yester day before Recorder Morey, as the sequel to the affair when the attempt at self destruction was made, and I drunk and disorderly and fined each $10 and costs. These cases bring the total of drunks on the city docket for June to 29. 1 How book3 and magazines helped the American forces to victory and have stood by them during demobili ze Mon will be set forth by men of n'Jonal prominence at the forty-first annual conference of the American Library association at Asbury Park, X. J., June 23,28. ' Josephus Daniels, secretary of the navy, will tell what books and library Signal) service have meant to the navy. The which uDraries ana reacting nave R i rendered in maintaining the morale of the army will be described by Briga- tner-Ueneral E. L. Munson, chief of the morale branch of the army general staff, and Frederick P. Keppell, third assistant secretary of war. Much of the conference session will be devoted to discussion of the prob lems and experiences of the Library War Service of the American Library association, with reports by library workers returned from overseas, -.nong other speakers of note will be Jules Jesserand, French ambassador to sthe United States, and Charles Perg ler, the Szecho-Slovak commissioner in this country. - Problems of reconstruction will be considered, such as a survey of the en M'MILLAN AUCTION CO. Moogs Old Stanfl 327-29 South Palafox Sa. "MERIT LAUNDRY" PHONE 68 Music is a special feature at the evening meetings being held by the Salvation Army at the hall, 9 East Zarragossa street. Meetings will be held tonight, Saturday and Sunday, at 8:30 o'clock, p. m. Evangelist W. D. Self, of Penlel, Texas, is assisting at these services. Judge Bellinger 'has appointed Mrs. Joseph Mathews, of Mllford, Conn., a;, administrate of the estate of the late Harry R. Cook; She will receive all bills and other matters pertaining to the estate and is anxious to close it up as rapidly as possible. While in the city they will be guests of their sister, Mrs. Collins, at her residence, 1619 Fourteenth ave,ue. tfe field of library service with pur pose of improving service already ex isting, and establishment of service where needed; an effort to obtain more adequate appropriations for libraries anad better salaries for librarians; and the advisability of attempting to raise a permanent endowment fund for peace time work of the association. . Among the librarians who will take park in the reconstruction program are the president of the association, W. "W. Bishop, librarian of the University of Michigan; Shalmers Hadley, librar- 'ian of the Denver public library, and recently a field representative of the Library War Service and who visited Pensacola last March; and Paul M. Paine, librarian of the Syracuse public library. i E. O. Fontaine, librarian In charge of the Library War Service of the Ameri can Library association at the naval air station and at Fort Barrancas, will .ttend the conference at Asbury Park, leaving Pensacola Friday, June 20, and returning about July the first. mm ere initials Show Cfif& 339 Brent m. i Building. , Mayor Sanders has had printed a niunber of pamphlets containing in formation concerning municipal bond issues. Copies of these pamphlets may be had on application at the city hall. The Modern "Woodmen of America are to stage a drive for new members during July, according to information received by O. A. Bailey, of the local camp. Two yo.ungsters, giving their names as McDonald Robinson and Arnold Burt, were turned over to the county I authorities yasterday as stowaways. They came here on a schooner from Barbadoes and will be returned when the vessel sails. ASK "any Firestone Truck Tire user in this city about his experience with them. Ask him about the kind of service he gets from our tire press, our other tire machin ery and our men. You'll get the reasons, straight from the shoulder, why over half die truck tonnage oFAm er ica is carried on Firestone Tires. And when you put Firestone Truck Tires on your truck you'll find that it runs faster with safety, wears less and keeps moving on less gasoline. Let us prove these things. Chipley is to be the center of a new oil field, according to R. J. orew ton, of- this city, who was in Wash ington county yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. John Eggart received news yesterday of the safe arrival of their son, William L. Eggart, at Camp Devens, Mass., from overseas. JUDGE CAMPBELL, WILL BE HERE ON COURT BUSINESS Judge A. G. Campbell, of the circuit court, will be in the city this morning to resume the session of court which was recessed to this date. It is not expected, however, that any cases of especial Interest will be called, as there is a dearth of legal actions it present, both civil and criminal. Xt is said that there are now the fewest prisoners in the county jail that there have been for a long time, and tsMt the number will soon be yet smaller. All prisoners sentenced for any con siderable period of time are sent out to work on the county roads. TIRES PENSACOLA BUGGY WORKS 131-133 East Intendencia Street. Phone 57 BETTER Vulcanizing with Tons of Pressure O. K. TIRE SHOP 24 West Garden Street Dri'Cured Retreading MR. BUSINESS MAN Our View Man Is as Rood as the best end second to none. If you want nega tives in or out of town, why dan't you et least call on us before closing deal. It might pay you for your trouble. Sat isfaction given at all hazards. THE PENSACOLA PHOTO STUDIO Over Cocorene's Confectionery. EXHIBITION OF TRIPLE SERVICE FIRE TRUCK GIVEN yooay Morn t" FT Aim? '75c, 85c, KHAKI CLOTH, Brown and Forest Green, extra heavy, fine for outing" suits, boys' suits, skirts, 50 c pants, auto seat covers, etc. yd. . 40c, 45c, 50c CURTAIN SWISS, 29c white, excellent quality, yd. at. . 50c PLISSE CREPE; figured and solid colors, pink, blue, white, S9c yard .: 50c, 69c FIBRE SILK HOSE and pure thread boat silk, slightly 29c damaged, size 9, 9 1-2, 10, pair. . No phone orders taken, no C. O. D., no exchanges, none . charged at this sale. WATSON, PARKER & REESE CO. Etotmt JBuilding, Pensacola, tta. jj The new triple service fire truck was given a demonstration at the edge of the Plaaa yesterday evening, which many citizens had wished to" see, when It was attached to a street corner fire plug or hydrant and pumped the water directly from j.e city mains, as it would be obliged to do in case of a fire.- The demonstra tion was very satisfactory to all who saw it, and convinced them that Pen- ' sacola now has a splendid protector against a conflagration, regardless of'v pressure In the mains, as the true threw an immense stream of water into the air nearly as sigh as the American Bank building and almost across the Plaza. LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS. Louisiana: Mississippi river passes: Southwest pass channel gas nuoys 9 and 13. proper characteristics re stored June 11; heretofore reported 6howing temporary fixed lights. C. & G. S. charts Nos. 19, 194 and 1115: light list. Atlantic coast, lal9, p. 354. Nos. 2077 -nd 2078; buoyJint, 1918, p. 36; coast pilot section. E, p. 105. By order of the commissioner of lighthouses. LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS. Florida: Pensacola bay, East river light. Light of proper intensity re stored June 14, hand lantern having ' temporarily exhibited since June 10. ' O. & G. S. chart No. 1115; light list, Atlantic coast, 1919, p 334, No. 1115; buoy list. 8th district, 191S, p 19; coast pilot section E, 1916, p 83. By order of the commissioner of lighthouses. Arrow COLLAR CLUETT-PE ABOPY gr-tolwct TR0YNY l.Or.L NOTICE TO MARINERS. Louisiana: Mississippi river passes: Southwest pass bell buoy, 2, replaced June 11, having been found in sinking condition. C. & G. ' R. charts Nos. 194 and 1115; buoy list. 8th district, 1918. p 35; coast pilot section E, 1916, pp 105-112. HARRY'S MARKET All Kinds Fresh Meats and Groceries QUICK DELIVERY Phone 894 r other to make TForn. the se Greatest Cookie made Bom Lace Cookies 2 Eggs, well beaten 1H cups White Su&r 5 tabl espoonf uls Meked Batter 3H cups Post Toasties H cup Cocoanut 1 teaspoonful Vanilla 4 tablespoonfuls Flour 2 teaspoonfuls Baking Powder Cream the butter and sugar, and add Post Toasties, rolled fine. Add vanilla, cocoanut, flour and baking powder. Place 9tnall spoonfuls of dough, far apart, on baking tin, bake in quick oven. When slightly cooled, remove from tin with cake-turner.