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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY MORNING. JULY 2, 1919.
Va cy y dtd Freezers iWe have just received a shipment of Auto .Vacuum Ice Cream Freezers 1 Quart 54.00 2 Quarts . .$5.00 ! . 1 Ray s Corner Hardware RIGHT AT RAYS RIGHT ON THE CORNER Phone 30-33 PERSONAL MENTION Miss Emma Day Wolfe leaves the first part of next week for DeLand, Fla., where ehe will attend the B. Y. P. IT. assembly at Stetson .Unlversitv. to be, held there beginning July 9th. rShe will go as a delegate from the B. T. P. U., of the First Baptist tchurch. Mr. and Mrs. P. Van Horn, accom panied by " Mr. Van Horn's mother. Mrs. C. I Van Horn, left last night tor Millvllle and Bay Harbor, Fla.. where they will remain for several Creeks. Mrs. S. W. Lioftin and children. Gen ( vieve and William, are visiting with ."relatives In Savannah, Ga. From there rthey will visit points in North Caro lina, expecting to be absent about two months. Washington, July 1. The state de partment made urgent representations to the Mexican government for the punishment of those responsible for the murder of John W. Corriall, an American citizen, for the maltreatment of his wife an dthe attempted murder of his son, near Colonia, Mexico. lecome Slender Mmm yor wM 10 1 M !-. or raarm """t $10 OUAKANTEfc. bru.lu OIL OF I rrV following .; d.r--m I Dewlwrr, Scott A Bennett: W. II. White & Co.; W. A. d Alem berte and others in Pensacola. SIX. uiy nolt wywnr 't OIL OREIN. Boktt BUM trr W Ban A HeziMIhy (SMleB All children troubled with worms have an un healthy color, which indicates poor blood, and as a rule, there is more or less stomach disturbance. Taatteffeas a to SUB Tainffc contains just what the blood needs, Iron and Quinine in a form acceptable to the most delicate stomach and if given regularly for two or three weeks will enrich the blood, improve the digestion and act as a general strengthening tonic to the whole system. Nature will then throw off or dispel the worms, and the child will be in perfect health. It is pleasant to take. Price 60c. PERFECTLY HARMLESS. CONTAINS NO NUX-VOMICA OR OTHER POISONOUS DRUGS. When A General Strengthen ing Tenia io fJceded in tike ffffome Fear The Child, For the TJJother or the Father; Tehe dSroxre'e Teeteleoe child Tenia THE LEADER FOR MEN AND BOYS SOUTH PALAFOX STREET if Jill USSSSiSE :'inr pig WT7. mm? m M .t-:y i if i I Get This Big Earful ill ;itfcirtn::F? Sis???!': I2ME-C0LA wfll put you right when the day seems long and hot No, Bo, you needn't pass two bucks to a medico for a tonic. Just exchange some jingle pieces for a freezing cold bottle of LIME COLA. LIME COLA toes the mark with the dash and vim and sparkle. It's there with the snap that drives dull care away. Tbo Happy. Snappy Combi nation of Cola and Lime. :r::::!:::::i :c::::r LL 1 f - ' " mi-.'-, I "i;:jt??!:i;:.: ' BOAT SCHEDULE Si s: ; S3 !? &a m IP a p 16 K Si (5; si Si MORNING. Leave Palafox Dock. Swarthout , S. C. 153 . S. C. 159 .. S. C. 334 . 8:30 8:35 8:40 8:45 Leave Fort Barrancas. Swarthout S. C. 758 S. C. 759 S. C. 334 12:15 12:20 12:25 12:30 AFTERNOON. Leave Palafox Dock. Swarthout 1:15 S. C. 158 1:20 S. C. 159 1:25 S. C. 334 1:30 Leave Fort Barranca. Swarthout S. C. 158 C. 159 C. 334 S. S. 5:45 5:50 5:55 6:00 NIGHT. Leave Palafox Dock. Swarthout S. C. 158 S. C. 159 S. C. 334 7:30 7:35 7:40 7:45 Leave Fort Barrancas. Swarthout . S. C. 158 . S. S. C. c. 159 334 12:00 12:10 12:20 12:30 J. E. QUIRCK. Transportation Officer. 2 m M K R M. & SS M M as T7 a S3 fS B 3? ! C ii 5C ! K K V I mvxr.. JSiferX , .,rr- )riiahife' .a pictures of the decade. JACK. HOLT "The Vonian Tfcou Gavest Me "The Woman Thou Gavest Me." Hall Calne's best known novel is, doubtless, "The "Woman Thou Gavest Me." You remember tha sensation It cre ated at the time of Its publication and in all probafcilty you havo reafl it. Now, it has been put on the screen by the Famous Players-Laskey Cor poration, under the direction of Hugh Ford, who guided Marguerite Clark through "Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbago Patch." It has been put on, of course, with an all-star cast, inasmuch as - each part demands genuine actlns abilty. So you will find the beautiful Kath erine McDonald, whom you have seen opposite Douglas Fairbanks; Milton Sills, whose work In "The Honor Sys tem," .is undoubtedly one of the best things ever done before the camera; Jack Holt, whom you have seen as hero and villian, according to the role; Theodore Roberts, perhaps the best loved character actor on the screen; FritBl Brunette and Katherine Grif fith, " whom you all know. The picture comes here today for two days, and we are sure you vill be grateful to us for calling it to your attention. It will be one of the great Delghtfu! Story of Love and War "Secret Service." A delicate and delightful love story Is contained In William Oilette'3 drama, "Secret Service," ecenarized by Beulah Maris Dlx. directed by Hugh Ford and released as a Para-mount-Artcraft special picture. It will be seen at the Isis theater next Fri day and will repay a visit to the ahow house, because It remains one of the most striking dramas ever written and in screen form should duplicate the success of its stage career. Major Robert Warwick Is cast for the role made famous by the author. The love element is characterized by that charming chivalry and beau ty of the old south. There never has been a period in the history of Amer ica when men were more chivalrous or women more delicately charming; nor a place, perhaps, where these qualities were more in evidence than in the states blow th Mason-Dixon line. Wanda Hawley is Edith Vamey. with whom Lewis Dumont, as Cap tain Thorne, falls In love. The entire cast is wonderfully well selected. For suspense, the story of this play cannot be excelled. William Gilette is a recognized master of stage tech nique and the mechanics of the stage, but he has abro a real literacy skill. OBITUARIES. A. G. CLOPTON. A. G. Clopton, for many year" a prominent citizen of Brent, was buried yesterday morning in the family lot near his former home. Rev. A. C Odom, pastor of the East Hill Baptist church, of Pensacola, conducting th services. OLLIE GUTH. The funeral of Ollie Guth will be held from his late residence at 13 North Reus street, this afternoon at five o'clock. Services will be con ducted at the grave by Father Fuller ton and burial will be at St. John's cemetery. Mr. Guth, who was for many years head plumber at the navy yard, died Tuesday from heart trouble. His for mer home was In Klmira, W. T but he has been a resident of Pensaoola for pome years and leaves many frlendc He was a member of mveral lo.?nl orders. He Is survived y his 'wldo and a sister, Mrs. Joseph Staggers -of Elmlra. who Is critically III as a result of an accident, and win be un able to attend the services. Ford Cars and Tractors J. D. Anderson. Dealer 19 W. Garden. Phone 1914 TWITES-STINGS I pA Wash the affected JUJ Burfaca with house- - bold ammonia or warm Bait water; then apply YICKS YAP0R1 YOUR 80DYGUARD-30.60TI.2 I mm. A Woman Who Was Pastime Sunday W. , .' -,. - ft ; ' i iii-0" i Tour snarly, hair la vgij, coarse, nappy made to crow Long. Straight, Glossy tsj veing mm. Pomade Hair Dressing If yonr scalp is dry. itchy, scaly, hair falling out and full of dan druff, get rid of it by using Hero, lln. Feed the roots and hair win frroir. Try Herein, Price 25c. stamps or coin. AGENTS WANTED. Write for terms. HEKOLFV MEDICINE CO Atlanta. Ga. Large Shipment Received OF GOPH ER Per Dozen $4.50 FRESH MEATS, GREEN GROCERIES, POULTRY AND EGGS GROCERY (COMPANY KLEIN AND MAGNOLIA MARKET 500-502 South Palafox Street Max Klein, Prop. Phone 658 BIG PICNIC 4th AT PAL METre BEACH Given by the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen f or the EBenetrOt off Lodge Rio. 902 Ball Game and all kinds of Sports Sack Racing: Running Racing Mixed Shoes Racing. Plenty of sport for the children. There will be prizes for all these attrac tions, and don't forget that there will be a real large greasy pig for some one to carry home who catches him.. Plenty of good Fish Chowder and all kinds of re freshments served on the grounds. Bring your own lunch and spend the day. ' DANCING FROM 1:30 to 12 P. M. O'Brien Motta Orchestra. ADMISSION 25c; Children under 12 Free v V