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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 21, 19f7
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AT ALL DRUGGISTS
"SUPER-SERVICE"
Means G-E Fans in Summer
Pleasure in dining out is not dependent upon the food alone'
iV pleasing atmosphere and comfortable surroundings attract
ustom. Will your dining and grill rooms be cooled by
this summer?
G-E Electric Fans
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in testing the eyes, use no
drugs and have the most up-to-date
machinery that can be
had for grinding- your lenses.
JEWELER AND OPTICIAN
Ihe Home of Reliable Goods. 14 South Palafox Street.
CUT RATE DRUG STORE
DR. M. C. BEVERETTE, Proprietor
420 West Belmont Street
Office Phone 938 Residence Phone '1668
V. B. Ferriss, President . - E. R. Ferris, V-President'
s Roland E. Lee, Secretary
SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, SHINGLES AND
MILL WORK
at
Pensacbla Manufacturing Co.
205 East Main Phone 637
PEACHES! PEACHES! PEACHES!
We have them. How many do you want? A-No 1,
hsnd-packed. Varieties, Georgia Belle and, Elbertas. $2.50
bushel, f. o. b. Monroe, Ala. Check or money to accompany
order. L. R. James & Co., Monroeville, Ala.
ONLY THE BEST IS GOOD ENOUGH
The business world wants expert help. Let us train you.
Pan American College
274-289 BRENT BUILDING
PHONE 61
NOTICE.
Local Union No. 737, Brother
hood Painters, Decorators
and Paperliangers
of America
Special Meeting Swan's Hall,
7:30 Saturday, June 21.
Business of importance.
N. A. NIELSON, President.
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A. O. DeWEESE,
Recording Secretary.
TINVILLE.
Tinville, June 18. Mrs. J. J. Davl&
Mr. Wilson an d son, Levis, and Mrs.
Minnie Cain, of Pensacola, spent Sun
day -with Mrs. Donaldson.
Mr. and Mrs. Cal Nobles, Mrs. Don
aldson, Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Murray and
Mr. and Mrs. Burke, called at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Sanders,
Sunday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Grant, their son,
Bennie, and daughter, Irene, from Oak
Grove, are spending a while in Tinn-
ville and Pleasant Grove, visiting rel
atives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. John Byrd and baby,
Mr. and Mrs. Fitch Douglas and baby,
all of Pensacola, were visitln in Tinn-
ville. Sunday.
There will be preaching at the Tinn-
ville school Thursday night, June 19,
j ft which everybody in the community
' is Invited.
Mrs. Johnson and children, of Fer-
ry Pass, spent Sunday with Mrs. Z.
Douglas.
Miss Maudelle Purvis and baby,
Willie Mae, of Gull Point, spent the
day with her mother, Mrs. Zenalla
Douglas, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Scruggs, Miss Virgie
and Elsie Nobles, went to Deeriuna
i Saturday night.
The next time
you buy calomel
ask for
BAPTISTS HELD
UNISTERMEET
AT DEFUNIM
THREE PASTORS FROM THIS
IMMEDIATE VICINITY WERE IN
ATTENDANCE AT ANNUAL INSTITUTE.
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-Mr. and Mrs.
visiting their
The first annual institute for Bap
tist ministers for the western division
of Florida, which embraces all
churches of the denomination west of
Tallahassee, concluded its sessions
yesterday at DeFuniak Springs. Une
meeting, which was attended by about
16 ministers, including Rev. A. C.
Odom, of Pensacola; Rev. W. J. Pet
ers, of Jay, and Rev. Brock, of Gon
zalez, had been in session since Mon
day. They were guests while in De-
Funlak, of the Baptist church there
of which Rev. R. J. OUryant, former
ly of Pensacola, is pastor, and they
report a most delightful stay there
as well as a most instructive mtw .-ing.
It is expected that the nesrt annwl
meeting will be held at Chljley and
that It will be attended by practically
every minister in the district. At
these institntes a regular lecture study
course Is carried out with the idea of
broadening out ministerial work and
scriptural theology. These institutes
are a new departure of Baptist min
isterial work in this ' state and kear
promise of being greatly helpf in
many ways.
GOT GOOD RESULTS.
.This honest, straight forward letter
from a woman who has suffered
should be heeded by all afflicted with
backache, rheumatio pains, ; sore
muscles, awful tired feeling and other
symptoms of kidney and bladder
trouble: "I have got such good results
from Folev Kidney Pills that I can
sleen much better and the pain in
my back and sides is a good lot bet
ter. I am going to keep ontaking
them." Mrs. Chas. Gray. 270 6th St
Detroit. Mich. Adv.
Cottage Hill, June 20.
C. W. McDonald are
children In Ohio.
A. J. Manning is the obliging ticket
seller during the absence, of Mr. and
Donald.
Blair Rudd is at home on furlough
after two years service In the IT. S.
navy. He is stationed at the Phila
delphia navy yard at present.
Miss Edna Hill was in Pensacola
Monday having adenoids and folsils
removed.
Mrs. Shirley Pope visited Mrs.
IX Bowers, in Pensacola. this week
The young people of the commun
ity are improving the moonlight hours
with parties. There was a lawn party
at Mr. Geaifs "Wednesday nighT, a
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"NELSON'S unU mA. yog paj 9f w. idn
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ORA LEE WALKER
If you want to give your Kair that ricK,
lustrous look -use
Nelson's
Hair Dressing
Nelson's makes stutlxMn, cuA$ KaJr soft,
glossy and eas to manage. It is fine for
the scalp, relieves dandruff and falling
hair, and makes tKa hair grow.
Nelson' is tK original fine talr dressing soJJ
and recommended drug stores evrywhre.
Tale tKi aJvertiMiiMnt to tK Jrug form,
mnd be aire to get the genuine KELSON'S
Nelson Manufacturing Co., Inc.
RICHMOND. VA.
coloJ girl cf Aujui, Cm
mya JNalaon MU) tha hair
arojt ad tia it rich, ftloey
SnJ s your pligtoJiauK
if you um NELSON'S
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Beauty in Old Age.
You often see a beautiful old lady
and she seems to be as happy as he is
beautiful, for beauty and happiness
depend largely upon good health. In
digestion and constipation are to a
great extent responsible when old age
lacks beauty and happiness. This can
aften be remedied by taking Cham
berlain's Tablets. They strengthen
the digestion. Invigorate the liver and
move the bowels. This makes von
feel better &d look better. Try It.
They only cost a Quarter.
swimming party and a surprise at the
Bachelor hall Tuesday uight. All re
port a good time.
Mrs, Grimlar and Mrs. Roucher, of
Pensacola, visited at the Tail hdroe
Sunday.
Miss Mary Spradley returned to
Pensacola Saturday, after having
spent a week at the Whitehead home.
Miss Blanche Rudd is spending her
vacation at home.
LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS.
Texas Coast: Heald bank light ves
sel No. 81, returned to projer station
June 17; heretofore reported having
drifted one mile southwest of station.
C. A G. S. chart JCo. iO; light list,
Atlantic Coast, 1919, p. 368. No. 2171;
Buoy list. Sth district, 191S. p. 46;
Coast Pilot Section E, 1916. p. 181.
By order of the commissioner of
lighthouses.
"BLUE RIBBON TALKS.
Make your oeaserts better by using Blue
Ribbon Vanilla used by the beat cooks,
old by the leading grocers.
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The purified and refined
calomel tablets that are
nausealess, safe and sure.
Medicinal virtues retain,
ed and improved. Sold
only in sealed packages.
Price 35c
3,000 MEN ARE
CHOSEN FOR BODY
GUARD TO PERSHING
TOMORROW IS THRIFT
SUNDAY THROUGHOUT
THE UNITED STATES
Paris, June 20. The relgment of
picked men from the American third
army which was organized to act as
General Pershing's body guard on his
projected visits to London and Brus
sels, has arrived here from Coblenz,
and will vie "With picked French units
at the opening of the Pershing stad
ium on Sunday.
The resriment is comnosed of S.OOft
men chosen from all the divisions of! and sprinkled into tne rooioain. "
take the sung oui. oi coma u""..
and give instant relief to Smarting, Ach
ing, Swollen. Tender feet. Used by Amer
ican. British and French troops. bold
everywhere. Don't accept any substitute.
Tomorrow Is Thrift Sunday
throughout the United States. .In co
operation with the savings division or
the treasury department, pastors or
all denominations will lend their aid
to the national thrift campaign.
Every clergyman in this country
has been asked by Harold Braddock,
rHrfWnr of the savinss division, to
devote tomorrow's services to this
cause, giving brief talks on the bene
fits of thrift and saving to the mem
bers of their congregations, and read
insr the message that Secretary Glass,
of the treasury, has sent to them for
this purpose.
The responses that have been re
ceived from various parts, of the coun
try indicate that this date will be
generally observed. In keeping with
the slogan. "Make Thrift a Happy
Habit," that the treasury department
has adopted. "Save First Spend Aft
erwards," will be the subject of many
sermons tomorrow. Many people,
doubtless, will give thought to this
important subject for the first time
since the signing of the armistice.
Allen's Foot-Ease Does It.
wKa- vmit ohnq rineli or your com
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and bunions ache so that you are tired all
over, get Allen's oot-iiiase. iio anti
septic powder to be shaken into the shoes
the Third army.
The full list of the French entries
J for the inter-allied games was issued
today and Is headed by Georges Car
pentier, of the French aviation corps,
heavyweight champion boxer of Eu
rope. Carpntier, who has been In
active training since the armistice,
will have at the stadium his first
battle since before the war, when he
knocked out Bombardier Wells, of
England, in the fifth round of their
bout.
NINE DREADNAUGHTS
OF ATLANTIC FLEET
ARRIVE NEW YORK
Xew Tork, June 20. Nine dread-
naughts of the Atlantic fleet, with
accompanying destroyers and supply
ships, arrived in New York waters
today and will anchor In the Norm
river until July 4. The big fighters
are the Pennsylvania, Arkansas. "Wyo
ming. Texas, New York. Utah, Flor
ida, Delaware and North Dakota.
The aircraft supply ship Shamrock
and a dozen destroyers accompanied
the fleet.
REV. C. BURLESON
WILL PREACH AT
PLEASANT GROVE
It is announced that there will be
preaching at the Pleasant Grove Bap
tist church, Pleasant Grove, Fla,. on
the fourth Saturday night, Sunday and
Sunday night following, this month,
by Rer. Clifford Burleson.
Rev. Burleson as is generally known,
is an able and instructive speaker,
who never fails of making a good im
pression on his hearers. All members
of the church and friends are cordial
ly urged to be in attendance at these
services.
How to Get Rid of Your Rheumatism.
-If it is chronic or muscular rheuma
tism all you need is to niassago the
affected parts with Chamberlain s
Liniment. .You are certain to be
pleased wit hthe relief wMch'lt affords.
WE ARE PRUD OF THE CON
FIDENCE DOCTORS, RUGGISTS
AND THE PUBLIC HVE IN 666
It Has Proven Its Efficiency in the Treatment of Malaria, ChiHa
and Fever, Bilious Fever, Colds and La Grippe It Kills the
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Chen M taken as a tonic the fever will
not return. You can give it while the
ever Is on or off.
166 Is a fine tonio for pale people.
5t builds up the blood corpuscles to a
,(red. healthy condition, giving a nat
! jural, healthy, complexion,
jl 666 quickly relieves Constipation.
i'XMliouxnesa. lea Appetite, Foal
Breathe and Headaches, due to Torp!4
Liver.
Tor Colds and LaGrippe we know of
nothing better than No. 666. A few"
dos&s will gtre quick relief.
"We especially recommend 66$ tot
those exposed to the weather, as the
can take it, eat anything they want
and go right on with their work with
no fear of being Salivated.
It contains no Alcohol, Arsenic or:
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The Thrifty Shoppers Shop
Come Open an Account
Men's Palm Beach, Kool Cloth, Mohair Q TO
Krinkly Cloth Suits V
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$25
A complete new line of Men's Blue CQ9 50 TO (61 K'
Serge and Flannel Suits fl)0-
A complete line of Kool Cloth and Tropical Weight Boys'
S'4t0l8.......... . 45C TO $1.98
Boys' Pants,
all sizes .
$2-45TO$12
Special Bargains in Oxfords, black and
tan (Closing Out Sale) . . .:
$4.95
Ladies' Dresses Georgette, Taffeta, Crepe de Chine,
aLtiors.......... $12.95 $37.50
A complete new line of Voiles, Organdies and Gingham
feressSes!nd $6 T $22-50
A new shipment of Gaberdine Skirts Qfi SO TO $1 f
in the latest models ,tiU
Shirtwaists of all kinds to select from Georgette,
Crepe de Chine, all colors, $60 T0 $12
latest designs . .... ......... . .
In planning your vacation call on us for your Suit Cases
and Traveling Cases. We have a complete line at
reasonable prices.
Boys' Sun Hats
...25c
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Number 26 South Palaf ox Street
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