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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAli-TUESDAY MORNlKGr, JULY 1, 191S.
NEW SHIPMENT OF Yes; S. S.-.S. Is Purely Vegetable Nature's Safe Blood Treatment JUST RECEIVED V f i ltuffS :::;::::::$id.6fl Fteororcring 1 $2.30 yard-4 ft Wide lUghi at Rays (CdDCDneir DflarraflwaHre Right on the Corner CUSMCNOT HAVETRYODT ! FOR FEW WEEKS iHlP HER8ELF NOY QUITE FIN ISriED AND BAYOU BRIDGES WILL bELAV OUTWARD PASS AGE for some Time Th steamer 'Cushnoc, first product tf the plant tf the Pensaeola Ship building Co will be Unable to take to the be probably for several weeks yet. Snletn of the removal of the tern ,orar bridge spanning BayoU Chlco, the completion of the concrete lift Wtdg, Which tb county haa almost finished and of the Pensacola Electric CO. treetle stand In the way of her trial trip whleh was originally planned re? Jul 1st; In addition finishing touches i the ship, which tan not be made for at least ten days delay her eri her maiden voyage-. in order for the Cushnee to pass out front the bayeil to sea, the con crete lift bridge and the trestle, which is how beinff equipped with a draw. must be finished-. Only the filling for the eenerete bridge remains to be put in hut the trestle Is due for probably three weeks' before completion. Count commissioners have made a final inspection of the concrete bridge and announced yesterday that It would be ready by Friday, also that the tem porary bridge Which stands In the way of commerce, would be demolished by that timet A force of men will be quickly put to work and - within four days, it is estimated, the job Will be completed A barge from Mobile, bearing 3,000 barrels of fuel oil for the Cushnoc's triat trip, Will be In the stream In a day or two to Unload her cargo. Known for 50 Years as the Best Remedj for Rheumatism, Catarrh and Skin Diseases; Scientists have fllsedvered that the forest and the field are abdtrhdairtly' Ptinnlierf tttlri feriHTi ht t18U kinds, that furnish the ingredients fbr making a remedy for braetieailv every" 111 and ailment of marikmL Medfcfnes made front roots; herbs and barks which Karate has placed at the dis posal of maris are better thari String mineral mixtdres and concoction Mineral medicines work dangerously eri the dellcrtte parts bi the" system; especially the stomach and bowels, by eating feat the lining membranes producing chronic dyspepsia and bf tert entfrei Stithiing the itealth; J3; S.- S': fa inade entirely" 6f gen-t!e-atctmg; healing, purifying roots, herbs ana barks; possessing prdpef ties' that btiild up" ail parts' bi tit system;. IB additibrt id ferttrViiig aii impwitfes kiti feoisorii frohi 4he blood: & 5: S: is & ksdts rrearbtetit fttt Rheamatisrri; Catarrh; gores aitd fei ce; Skfri diseases'; ahd all fclisdrers of the blood. it fciearises tite" entire" systerri and it's permanent: Set S: & S: at any" drug, store today": ti is dt standard remedy'i recognized every wherd as" the teetest blood asKlddt fever discovered- If pours' is peeuiiaf fcase- write td Sfedieai tHreeier, hi Swift tab-ftrai&r, Atlanta, fchtA iV; 40 YEARS OH THE JOB ! put 4 yeaf s ill the) study and prac tice' bi medicine" and pharmacy" befe'rS 1 was fortunate enough" td secure id perfect thd weriderful prescription for ''Number 43 For Phe Blood'' and at this late date in life 1 would hot offer suffering humanity a medieine that t did net believe better than any of fered by any deetolr b flrugglsti I have observed the effeet of 'Number 40'.' in thousahds of cases and caH safely recommend It lit all diseases of the blood sueh as speelic blood peU sonlngi 111 chfonid theumatlstn, ca tarrh, eonstipatien, stemaeh and liver diseases, to cause Bores and ulcers to heal and disperse nodes, tumors and serofulous swellings, J, C Menden hall Eransvllle, Indi Sold by Crystal Pharmacy: Adv, PASTIME THEATRE, PASSENGER TRAFFIC TO NEW ORLEANS FOR WEEK-END HEAVY Passenger traffic New Orleans bound broke the record in Pensacola for the past week-end. Things began With a rush on Friday to get in on John Barleycorn's closing festivities and continued through yesterday with many going over at noon to Join in last night's revels. The I and N. offices did a big business in ticket sales. When Baby Is Teething. GROVE'S BABY BOWEL MEDICINE will correct the Stomach and Bowel troubles. Perfectly harmless. See di rections on the bottle. Price 30a.' Adv. At the Pastime, George Fennels "Maids bi ftdllahd" eem batty" preserit ft charming absurdity, 'The Naked Truth,' during whteH this excellent company and Well trained eheniS rett der several numbers which white the have almost been too ofteri repeated here, yet the "Maids fef Holland" way of putting them en gets them, over the top; The comedy ia Well sus tained and is Very funny at times, sev eral amusing situations being devel oped Which fare Well taken care of. Oil the whole, the show is way above the average and is well worth see ing- Eldwells, the magician, assisted by a very sweet little lady, showed some tricks in which It was demonstrated that the hand ia quicks? than the eye, Which are hovel and equal to those done by artists who claim to be at the top rung of fame. The bill will repeat today and tonight, changing Wednesday's matinee to "Broadway Love." TTHEicar- with: two or I three or four, different . brands of tires reflects on ih ability to buy judiciously. owners People;wholtry; Firestone Gray SidewalT Tires areno Jonger in the:ranksof "the' tiredoubters. They . knowthat . atleast one makeof tires has more milesjof wear; .They know 'that; the name Firestone carriesjassur- j f ance and that the tires are uni? formly good MosE Miles " per Dollar Beauty in Old Age. Tou often see a beautiful old lady and she seems to be as happy as she is beautiful, for beauty and happiness depend largely upon good health. In- jm t A.a . uigKioa ana 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 tbo bowels. This makes you feel better and look better. Try it. They only cost a quarter. UNITED AUTO SALES CO. Phono 2099 33 West Garden PENSACOLA BUGGY WORKS Phone t7 131-133 East Intendcncia HOFFMAN & SE LLERS AUTO CO. Phono 825 57-50 East Gregory ALDERMANIC FORM COMMITTEE MEETS TO COUNT NAMES The executive committee, so-called, of the citizens who are behind the movement to change tho form of city govrnment, met last night and mount ed the names of those who have sign ed the lists circulated during the last two weeks. It is understood that there are enough names on the lists to warrant placing them before the county clerk for an official check and a meeting of all those Interested in the change win likely be held later in the week. DON'T LOSE HOPE IS MESSAGE OF FOREMAN'S WIFE "No Matter What Else You Have Tried, I Advise Dreco, for It Worked Wonders for My Husband." Tm WSnimH The Gavea Me eme stttfetfig iines front Hall Maine's turret fee these scene in the plctrife-, Whkrii shows' a.i iht iaia to inrroW Thiftfc What marriage rneans to a wotnan-a- yoting girl espeeiallyj It hieanS ih beglnhing of a hew life, th Setting out Into art unknown world ori A voyage" from whleh there can be he- rjturrt; i?S you knot? that the man to whom ton are going to marry yeiir daughter iiS a befllgato ahd it reprobate? If y&ti 4tt know this, ytrtlf af deliberate ly selling her body and soUl, to grati fy your" totted aspirations ThUa itt my youth, my helplessness, my ignorance and my inexperience, I became engaged to the man who had beetl found and courted foi me. Love had hot Spoken to me, sex was still asleep hi me, and my marriage was arranged before my deeper- nature knew What was being done. A married widow 1 The Worst con dition in the world fof a woman especially if she is young and attrac tive, and subject to tempetations. Something held me to the spot on which I stood, I caught the sound of rustling skirts and found myself list ening to voices In my husband's bed room. There Were two voices, one a man's, loud and reckless, the other a woman's, soft and cautious. No need to tell myself whose voices they were I When a woman has been forced Into a loveless marriage, and It is crush ing the very soul out of her, and tho iron law will not permit her to es cape from it, what crime does she commit If she flees to a man to whom she Is married In her heart? Once In a hundred years thero comes a great passion 'Dante and Beatrice, Petrarch and Laura, The woman meets the right man too late. What a tragedy I What a dally and hourly crucifixion I Unless she Is pre pared to renounce the law, reject so ciety and live her own life with the man of her heart. HAD TO QUIT JOB Now He Is Ready to Return to Work, After Overcoming Liv er, Kidney and Stomach Trouble. Liberty Theater. Ed Bernstein, the popular newsboy on the corner, has his "Dixie Daisy" company back again, reorganized and strengthened by the addition of some of the best talent on the circuit, who did credit to themselves today in "The New Man," a laughable musical com edy.. Miss Elsie Wright, the prima donna. Is a singer who is second to none In the tableaux business, and she is ably -supported by Hazel Joyce and Blanche O'Mellan and a very capable singing chorus. The settings are pret ty and the costumes are neat. Elslo Wright is to be credited with a big success In her rendition of "Cariss ima, and the pretty umprella num ber, "When the Maple Leaves are Falling." was simply irresistible, being one of the prettiest and daintiest ef fects that it has been our pleasure to see in a long time. Hazel Joyce was very good in her rendition of "Wild Women," and Blanche O'Mellan scored a hit with an exceptionally tuneful number, "A Flower of Italy." The comedy parts are well taken care of by George Howard and Billy Jones, both of whom are new comers with a reputation. George Howard is the new director of the company. Billy Jones, who was secured at great trouble to sustain the comedy parts, is there with a good song and is very clever with his feet as well. Bern stein is to be congratulated upon hav ing a genuine company of artists of ability and high order, who . will do both him and this city great credit. We may expect better and better from them as the days go on. The bill will repeat today and tonight, changing a Wednesday's matinee to "The Angel. a screaming farce comedy after tho old school, with many new songs and specialties. There Was a Little Girl and She Had a Little Curl and Everything "I am the happiest woman in Flor ida, for Dreco has restored my hus band's health, even after I had almost lost hope." declared Mrs. C. S. Youngs, of 1506 E. LaRua street, Pensacola. Mr. Toungs was foreman of riveters, a very responsible position, at the Pensacola Shipbuilding Co., until his health forced him to quit work. "Two years agro my husband was stricken down with rheumatism and bronchitis, and was in bed five weeks, finally getting out, but never regained his old-time vim. Last October he had a severe spell of flu, and I thought surely he would die; however, he pulled through, but I could see he was not his old self. Three months ago he had to cult his job, and hasn't been able to return, although the boys come by home frequently to see when he i will be back, for Mr. Youngs was well liked by everyone. '1 was doing all I knew, but every day he seemed to be worse. He got so nervous he couldn't sleep: his ap petite left him, and a bad taste in his mouth and his breath was so foul he would turn his face so I could not smell It. He got very dizzy, had back ache, limbs ached and. was constipated very badly. He just dragged around the house, with no energy at all. "Reading about Dreco, I bought it for him. and he has taken two bottles and my! what a difference has come over him, it Is almost impossible to believe it. Really, he Is thinking of returning to work next week. All the pains are gone, also dizzy spells hav9 stopped; bowels act regular!y every ?vr Vir.ti Is sweet and hi haa I now feels like telling, evetv one not to every give up hope. Try Dreco, I for it sure is grand medicine. j Mr. Stout, the well-known Dreco ' expert, has headquarters at the Balk i'Om Drug Co., to meet the local pub lic and explain the merits of this ASreat remedy. See him today. Adv. Rub-My-TIsm is a great pain killer. It relieves pain and sore ness caused by Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sprains, etc. adv adv. M$M$ V L ' fL - . ici V.' tr-?- Vk'. ' v r: s - . - ' A? 'ft - - i ( A " ? r , - ( 8 - - : Mb TThere was a little girl And she had a little curl Right in the middle of her forehead. When she was good She was very, very good And she didn't know hovr to b horrid." Old song slightly revised. VIVIAN MARTttTS charm, however. Is not limited to her curl. It ft based on the radiant good nature that Is hers. Her hair may curl, bat her Hp never does. That's the way she is In private life, and that's the way she is in the movies. For other actresses there are the vamp roles and the abandoned girls and tie deserted women, bnt Vivian Is quite content to play the regular girl, which is the sort we really care about and the only sort men marry and love forever. Miss Martin's next Paramount vehicle,-"Little Comrade," is a story by Juliet Wilbor Tompklna, who writes about regular girls only. See it at the Isis today. Tke Rigkt Way: To relieve headache and constipation is to do so without tearing up th stomacn with strong medicines. give delight j id results because they cause the liver and stomach to Junction naturally without griping and nausea. Get Lamarine U ' afers from your druggist and learn the pleasant way to relieve stomach disorders. Ij your druggist can't supply you send order direct. They will be sent prepaid. LAMARINE LABORATORIES, Desk 10, ATLANTA, GA. Large Shipment Received OF GOP ER Per Dozen $4.50 FRESH MEATS, GREEN GROCERIES, POULTRY AND EGGS M GROCERY COMPANY RLE AND MAGNOLIA MARKET 500-502 South Palafox Street Max Klein, Prop. Phone 658 I n