THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 1, 1919.
Athletic Union Suits
for throwing the heat
to the dogs.
Here is a Union Suit that
you can put on and for
get. It's as cool as a cold mo
tor and so liberal in cut
that you can change
gears without shifting
It fits you you don't
have to fit it, and is just
the kind of underwear
that 80 of all men like
this time of year, and
that 100 should and
would wear if they once
Are you open for im
provement? $1.50, $2 $2.50 and $3
J, P. REMICH & SONS
"Ths Store That 8tisfies
Remlch's Grocery Specials
The PJ3 & O
On tho Square, Within Easy
Reach of Everywhere
214 South Palafox Street
Merchants Lunch, 35c
The Home of Good Service"
New Victor Records for July are Now on Sale. Come
in and Let Us Play Some of Them for You.
Sorter Miss You Frances Alda
Juanita De Gogorza
When You Look in the Heart of a Rose
Souvenir Violin Solo Zimbalist
Rainy Day Blues Fox Trot Smith's Orchestra
Oh, My Dear! Medly Fox Trot Smith's Orchestra
Somebody's Sweetheart and Good Morning", Judge
.... Fox Trot
Oh, Susie, Behave Medley One-Step Banjo Trio
Monte Crsito, Jr. Medly Fox Trot Banjo Trio
When You See Another Sweetie Hanging Around . .
Mammy O' Mine.
When the Bees Make Honey in Sunny Alabam
The Boys Who Won't Come Home
Somebody's Waiting For. Someone.
A Rose, a Kiss and You
Bring- Back Those Wonderful Days
Girl of My Heart
DSeyoiisifldls (vfloflsiic tffloonse
PAVING OF APPROACH TQ. BAYOU
CHICO IS PUT UP TO CITY BY
We Furnish the
20 S. PALAFOX ax.
"SETTER CLOTH ITS
fT Gives the Snap and Sparkle of YouthlQ
Far Men. Weave and Children MornlAg, Noon and Night
Ask Your Druggist toi
Let Us B Your MiTVman
Pasteurized Dairv Products
PENSACOLA DAIRY CO.
123 TV. Garden SL Phone 1321
Electric Vacuum Cleaners
Fexracola Electric Co.
The Pensacola Electric Garage
Official Servie Station fr Philadel
phia Diamond Grid Battery.
GUARANTEED 13 MONTHS.
Chaa & Bjorlan Phona 940
94 North Palafox Street
PaJafw and Gregory Streets
PEAKE ELECTRIC COMPANY.
The Home of Exide Batter
30 SL Palalox. Phone 345.
Trains Concert Tianlsts,
Teachers end :Eeartoners,
"WeeMr MUX Hour Xaoia, Dollar,
.At Juptrs Jte&Xgno,
Tlx Clutter Music JIous. jPbooa 55.
Yfoon Aire Foirttai matte
if you have found it unnecessary to
wear glasses, but very unfortunate if
you have neglected to do so when it is
By correcting a slight error in your
sight today, you will save many troubles
later m me. wwJ
W. C. IDlIFFEWlIJlEroiFlEK
JEWELER AND OPTICIAN
The Home of Reliable Goods.
14 South Palafox Street.
AWARD MADE BY SCHOOL BOARD
WARRANTS AFTER STRONG
Afrosty Glass ofjetleys
A tall, frosty glass of Tetley's iced
tea it puts new life into you on
scorching summer days !
It's the easiest cold drink to make
and truly wholesome. All you
need is Tetley's Tea, cracked ice and
a ripe, juicy lemon.
The tea must be Tetley's if you
want choice tea selected from the
world's finest gardens, perfectly
blended. Have you tried Tetley's
Sig Steiner, of Steiner Bros., of Bir
mingham, outbid every competitor yes
terday afternoon when the school board
disposed of $150,000 in time warrants
which will be used for educational
purposes in Escambia county. After
aours of discussion, in which the va
rious bond buyers, the board and their
attorney, Judge Carter, joined, the
contract was awarded to Mr. Steiner
and the deal closed. This was for the
5 1-2 per cent bids which the board
decided to receive Saturday night with
the right to the 6 per cent bids re
served. Mr. Steiner was high man on
The winning bid was a clear $1,428.00
over the next highest from Fred Dean,
of W. L. Slayton Co.. Toledo. It was
for par and accrued interest plus a
premium of $1,710 with immediate de
liveries. This was one of two propo
sitions offered by Mr. Steiner, the first
being for par and accrued Interest, plus
A survey of the eastern approach
to the Bayou Chico bridge, which must
be rushed to completion in order to
permit the concrete steamer Cushnoc
to pass out into the open sea on her
trial trip, will be made by City En
gineer Frank Garrett today. This was
decided upon yesterday afternoon
when a committee composed of Gus
Soderlirid and J. George White, from
the board of county commissioners,
called upon the city commissioners. In
waekly session, and put the problem
squarely up to the municipality.
The question of whether the pav
ing of the approach Is a city or a
county responsibility Is to be deter
mined today. The approach is a
stretch of about 80 feet, lying be
tween Barrancas avenue and the new
concrete bridge and is included within
the city limits. The county solons
claim that It Is clearly up to the city
to lay the pavement.
Goes for Rolling Vendors.
Characterizing soft drink, sandwich
and ice cream vendors, who ply their
trade on wheels, as nuisances. Com
missioner Hinrichs introduced an or
dinance to require them to establish
themselves 200 feet away from busi
ness houses which carry the same
line of goods. A penalty for viola
tion of the ordinance provides for a
fine of $25 or a 20-day Imprisonment.
The ordinance now in effect pertain
ing to this class of merchants pro
vides that they pay a $50 weekly li
cense and that they remain stationary.
a premium of $480 with deferred de
liveries. The American National Bank, the
sole local bidder Saturday night, with- j
drew as did Ray Daum, of Silverman
and Huyck, Cincinnati, leaving a clear j
field to Steiner Bros., V. L. Slayton, I
J. C. Mayer & Co., and Davies-Bert-ram.
W. L. Slayton's bid, the second
highest, was for par and accrued in
terest, plus a premium of $227.50 for
immediate delivery fwith the same
premium offered for deferred deliveries
of $23,000 every 30 days.
Discussion of technicalities delayed
the final outcome. Alfred Holman, for
T C. Maver & Co.. Steiner Bros.'s most
persistent opponent Saturday night, i
again contended that the terms of
Steiner's bid were not legal.
So great was the argument, with the
decision hanging in the balance for
hours, that Mr. Holman called for an j
auction sale, offering to start the ball
rolling with an offer of a $100 premium.
This was rejected by the board.
FUNERAL GEORGE CLIFFORD
The funeral services of George
Clifford, will be held this afternoon,
at 4 o'clock from the family residence
on Barrancas avenue, burial following J
at the "Warrington cemtery. The
Rev. W. T. Tracy will read the ser
vice. Six nephews of the dead man will
act as pall bearers.
Mr. Clifford served the South with
distinction during the four years of the
civil war. He later became a light
house tender in Pensacola, which post
he filled for 30 years.
J. H. NEAL.
The body of J. II. Neal will be ship
ped from Pensacola to DeFuniak to
night for burial. Mr. Neal is a citi
zen of DeFuniak and died at the Pen
sacola hospital, following an operation
R. T. RAINES
COST SYSTEMS I
Public Accountant- Auditor
San Carlos Hotel, Pensacola. Fla.
McCaskill Block, DeFuniak Springs, Fla.
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Fenole is highly recommended for use in Homes, Schools,
Hospitals, Asylums, Jails, etc., as a oderizer for Toilets,
Chambers, Slop Jars, Cuspidors, Sinks, and Garbage Cans,
for which it has real merit.
Fenole kills : Roaches, Mosquitoes, Bedbugs, Moths, Ants,
Flies, Fleas, Head Lice, Body Lice, Redbugs and many other
FENOLE FOR FOWLS
Fenole is very effective against Jigger Fleas, Lice and
Mites. A mixture of Fenole and lard, half and half, applied
to chicken's heads kills fleas and cures sore head.
For Cows: Fenole sprayed liberally about the cow shed
and on the cows will kill Buffalo Flies, Ticks, Lice and Gnats,
by direct contact. Milch cows should be sprayed with Fenole .
before milking to prevent annoyance of Flies and Gnats.
For Moths: Spray clothing with Fenole before packing
House Cleaning : Spray Carpets, Rugs, etc., before sweep
ing to keep dust and lint down.
FENOLE CHEMICAL COMPANY
Sole Manufacturers, Jacksonville, Fku
LEWIS BEAR CO., Wholesale Distributors.
THE TREAT I S ON US TODAY!
UNTIL SIX P. M. WE
WILL ADMIT TWO
When accompanied by one adult at the regular price
of admission ..
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1 ' art f
In a New Story
of the Great '
"ELMO THE 1
The story of a riant forest ranger
and a beautiful girl. It abounds in.
the tensest situations, packed to
capacity with thrills, saturated with
suspense and all entwined with a
beautiful love story. If you lovU
life in the open if you love a clean
high class story, you'll enthuse over
"ELMO, TrW MIGHTY "
4p. i Supported by
NILES WELCH in
Picturlzed from the well known
-THE TWO BENJAMINS-
The story deals with a problem
that has come out of the war. It .
abovnds in human interest and wholesome ideals, apd contains many amus.
ini? comedy touches.
TOMORROW THRU THURS.
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Every Woman in Pensacola Should See Hall Caine's
Daring Story of Rebellion Against the Tyranny of
Convention-Made Marriages. . ; .
Cast Includes Katherine McDonald, Jack Holt, Theodore Roberts and Milton'
f HELD LIKE A SLAVE! "
Wedded by a selfish father to a dissolute cad whom she loathed.
this pure younjr girl was expected to "love, honor and obey." " " r
The world called that right. ' ' -
Then she spurned the ties that her husband had broken, shattered '
the lie that bound her and sought the aid of the man she really '
loved. ' ' 0
And the world called that wrong.
You who believe that a woman has a heart, a life of her own.
Judge. Hall Caine strikes a mighty blow for Justice to women and
he'r freedom from moral hypocrisy. As a book, it has thrilled .mil
lions. As a picture, it will stir your soul. Come!
AND ON THE SAME PROGRAM "' -t
A it lb do c Pi D e
"A Desert Hero"
Fatty is a two- grun sure shot bouncer In
a desert town dance hall until h meets a.
Salvation Lassie and after that he' reforms
the whole town. You won't blame . him
either, and you'll see "Fatty- at his best In
one of the greatest comedies ha ever mad.
HAROLD LOCKWOOD In
She the only woman he the only man on a South
Sea Isle as cast-aways. -
TOMORROW "PRIVATE PEAT" 7
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