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THE FENSACOLA JOUR NT AL. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 2, 1919.
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NEWS BRIEFS. B
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, Frank McCoy, 13-year-old boy,- of
121 West Government street, riding a
bicycle, was run down by an auto
mobile driven by Mrs. T. A. Shell
at the corner of Intendencia and Bar
celona streets yesterday at 12:15
o'clock, but was not injured. The
front wheel of his bicycle was smash
ed. The accident was investigated by
Call Officer Commyni, of the police
department, but no arrests were
made.
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Settle, of Quin
tette, received a message today
through the Red Cross announcing the
safe arrival from overseas of their
son, Sergt. James M. Settle,' who has
been with the Fourth Regiment. Motor
Mechanics of the Air Service, at Horu
arautin, France, since June, 1918.
Mr. J. F. W. lrklebach. of Quintette,
left Saturday for Chicago to be ab
sent from the city for about ten days
on business.
The Q. I. A. to the Brotherhood of
Locomotive Engineers Will hold a reg
ular meeting at Woodmen hall, at
3 o'clock this afternoon.
Representative Jarmon, member of
the state legislature from Santa Rosa
county, was in Pensacola yesterday,
preparing for his campaign for the
office of commissioner of agriculture.
Miss Grace Andrews will" give a
demonstration of soup mixtures this
morning at 10 o'clock at the canning
center. The center will ope nat nine
o'clock- today and tomorrow and close
at three o'clock.
Activities of the U. S. employment
office for the wee kending June 28th.
show 30 transfers received, all ' of
whom were former service men;' 64
registrations with 17 ex-service men
in tht list and 128 placements, of
whom 78 were from the service. There
were 106 orders for help.
Lieut, and Mrs. H. E. Haynes are
spending July in Bridgeport, Conn.,
and other New England cities.
East Hill children will hold a com
munity sing July 11th, in the Elke
parkway. Maypole dancing. singing
and drills will be given under the di
rection of Mrs. Lee and Miss Binkley.
Some People Are
Miserable, Half Sick,
Tired jUl the Time
They Oe Not Knew What Is the Mat
ter, and Their Physioian Can
not Name the Disease.
Judge Sheppard granted permission
yesterday to the G., F. & A. railroad
to extend receivers certificates. The
xtenslon is for a term of six months at
8 per cent.
Pupils who wish to take up high
school grades during the summer are
asked to communicate with J. H. Col
lier at the high schqpl building. It is
probable that a second summer school
will follow the one now being held.
Building was on a boom in Pensa
cola during the month just closed and
records in the office of Building In
spector Wolfe show that expenditures
in building and repairing totalled
$109,794.
SPANISH WAR VETS
HOLDS A CAUCUS
THIS EVENING
CoL W. F. Williams Camp. Spanish
War Veterans, will hold a caucus to
night, at 8 o'clock, at their club rooms
in the court house building, when offi
cers will be nominated for the election
which will take place when the state
encampment meets here next Satur
day. There will also be initiation ceremonies.
LIS
T YOURNAME
IN THIS
R
RY
Directory
IsIssuedThree
Times a Week and
the Charge
$1.00 Per Month
Phone-1500 and tell us to
enter your name tinder the
proper classification.
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' There are Just lots and lots of peo.
pie who are e ick genuinely sick yet
who manage , to drag through thelx
work day after day.
They do not know what Is the mat
ter with them and their physician
cannot nam: the disease that mis
erable, "tired all the time" feeling.'
f In most cases, the real cause of
this state of .poor health is that the
blood Is clogged with impuritleS" and
the bowels, kidneys -and other vttni
. organs are not acting properly. A
reliable blood tonic is necessary.
icrvi.yiiun j-zzzb is a blood puri
fier of unusual merit. It Is supplied
ready to be taken in small doses. It
not only cleanses and sweeps out of
the blood all the Impurities that are
causing ill health, but tones up the
system. , -
Prescription C-2223 contains , ne
mercury, opium, morphine, choral or
strychnine; It waa originally the pre
scription of a. prominent physician?
used in his practice In the treatment;
of disorders of the blood.
If you are miserable and half eick,
get a $1.50 bottle of Prescription
C-2223 from your nearest drug store,
or the C-2223 Laboratory. Memphis,
Tenn., will mail you a bottle on re
ceipt of price. Clip and mall this ad.
yertisement for free literature.
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Accountants, Public
RAIXES. R. T.
Public Aocountawt Auditor
. San Carlos Hotel
Pensacola, Fla. MeCaskill Block.
f DeFunlak Springs. Fla.
Automobiles.
POTVSU TiPOS. MOTOR CAR
n. TT. WATS. tealer. Phone 874
Auto Painting
PKNSACOI.A TUTOaY WORKS
11-133 Kast Intendencla, Phone 57
.Auto Repairer and Accessories.
I a.
ABBOTT AT7TO REPAIR CO.
2H N. Palace street. Phone 415
A complete line of Automobile Accessories
Bakeries.
REEPH SANITARY BAKERT
1!S N. Palafox St. . Phone 484
BKXXETT'S BAKE"Y
4 W"!t Belmont. Phone 815
Baggage and Transfer.
PORRAS TRANSFER CO.
ft Phase Street Phong 1145
Chiropractors
w. c. OOKT.Z
Chiropractor
Office.. Phone 393: Residence, 2847
3?9-S31 Brent BulHlng.
Clothiers
M. O. CTXTHIlsra STORE
319-323 South Palafox. Phone 1185
Coal Dealers.
. CART & CO.
Office Phones 88-119: lard Phones 8-184
Dry Cleaning.
NATIOVAT. PRT CLEANTNT CO.
1R East Oardn St. Phone 251.
Druggists.
THE CENTRAL PI I A RM ACT
100 South Palafsx. Phones 177-17
Central Trades Council
PENSACOLA TRADES AND LABOR
COUNCIL.
P.. n.'LaMONT, Sec, Box 88.
BoilerMakers, Iron Ship Builders and
Helpers of America
R. O. Allen. Business Manager.
Up stairs over Central Pharmacy.
Foundries.
BAT SHORE FOUNDRT CO..
811 West Main Street. Thone 677
Groceries.
MRS. THELMA FRENCH
Groceries and Soft Drinks
Phone 22G3. Chase and Eighth Ave.
1'CRAT GROCERY CO.
429 West Jackson St. Phone 185
NICK VASSO
' Fruit and Groceries.
500 E. Wright St. Phone 478
Ilorscshoing.
O. A. BRIOOS
Practical Horseshoer
1 W. Intendencla St. Phone 622
Ice Dealers.
PENSACOLA ICE CO.
106-10 N. Tarragona. Phones 59-2X9
Job Printers.
MATES PRINTING CO.
15 West Government St.- Phone 131
Optician.
PR. T. G. TATE8
Expert Optician. Fisher Building
Painters, 'Paper Hangers.
H. B. WELLS
1? Eat Government. Phone 778
Photographers.
CHAS. COTTRELXi
204 1-2 South Palafox. Phone 1102
Restaurants.
AVOELOS rATRT LUNCH
10 South Palafox Street. Phone 80J
Shoe Shops.
SUICIDE OF DOCTOR
WILKINS, ALLEGED
WIFE SLAYER PROBED
Mineola. N. Y., July 1. The man
ner in which Dr. Walter K. Wilkins
came into possession of the rope with
which he hanged himself in the bath
room of the Nassau county jail here
last night was the subject of an in-!
vestigation begun here today by j
Charles R. Weeks, district attorney; !
Walter R. Jones, acting coroner and
other county officials. Dr. Wilkins,
convicted last Friday as the slayer of
his wife, Julia, was to have been sen- !
tenced to death tomorrow morning
to death in the electric chair at Sing
Sing prison.
' Every precaution had been taken to
prevent Dr. Wilkins from obtaining
anything with which he might at
tempt suicide and his jailers were un
able to explain how he came into
possession of the rope which was nev.
It was impossible for any one from
the outside to throw the -rope to the
prisoner for his cell contained no win
dows. 'The bathroom where Dr. Wil
kinsh ended his life also was without
windows. A search of hardware stores
and other places where rope is sold
was to be made today in an effort'
to trace the purchaser. One of the
three letters written by Dr. Wilkins
just before he ended his life, declared
that he was innocent. Another ad
dressed to Sheriff Phineas Seaman re
quested that $60 in his clothes be
used to have his body cremated.
Mrs. Julia Wilkins for whose death
her husband was held responsible was
beaten to death on the night of Feb
ruary 27 last in the driveway of her
Long Bach home, her skull fractured
by a hammer and a piece of lead
pipe.
Dr. Wilkins claimed both he and his
wife had been attacked by three bur
glars whom they had surprised at
work when they returned home.
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Detroit. Cincinnati, Oakland, San Die
go, San Francisco, Tacoma and Bell
ingham, will meet here today to
discuss the proposed establishment of
free ports in the United States.
William Kent, member of the United
States tariff commission was invited
to attend the meeting ansir explain
the reasons which led to the com
mission to report in favor of establish
ing free ports. He also was expected
to describe the provisions of the San-ders-Sheppard
free zone bill now
pending in congress.
The delegates will also consider the
advisability of establishing a perma
nent free zone organization with
headquarters at Washington.
ARMY OCCUPATION
REGULATIONS WILL
CONTINUE IN EFFECT
Coblenz, July 1. (By The Associat
ed Press.) The rules and regula
tions issued by the authorities of the
.army of occupation soon after enter
ing Germany last December will con
tinue in effect indefinitely, according
.to an announcement at third army
!i headquarters today. Lieutenant Gen-
eral Hunter Liggett sent word today
SAM CHARLK3
Shoe Maker
Palafox and Main St a. Phone 614
FOOT WEAR REPAIR SHOP
1021 N. Davis Street. Phone 61 f
CHATTMAN'S ELECTRICAL SHOE
SHOP
For City Quality at Village Prices
Warrington. Fla.
Ship Chandlery.
A. ZELIUS
Shin Chandler.,
711 S. Palafox St.
Phone 132
Taxi Service.
Laundry.
THE PERFECTION LAUNDRT
Dry Cleanina- and Steam Pressing
Phone 186
Motor Boat Supply Store.
PENSACOLA GA3 ENGINE &
SUPPLT CO.
713 S, Palafox St. Phone 627
THE CRTSTAL PHARMACT
85 South Palafox. Phones 921-922
D'ALEMBERTE'S PHARMACT
121 South Palafox Phone 109
Electrical Supplies
PEAKE ELECTRIC & SANITART
PLUMBING CO.
no S. Palafox Street. Phone 345
HAROCO ELEt TRIC" CO.
17 WtJt Garden Street. Phone 618
LEE'S ELECTRICAL CO.
Electrical Supplies
Phones 1674-2093. 109 N'. Palafox St
,E. LATHAM
JEWKLRY
110 Kast WroKht Street.
Watch. Clock and Jewrlry Repairing.
Florists.
MRS. NELLIK M. EOTSEN
The Only Down Town Florist.
H Weat Garden Street. Phone 1300
NORTH HTLL GREENERY
Greenhousea. 919 N. Baylen PL Phone 867
lower Siop, 8 W. Romania SL Phona 828
GULF MACHINE WORKS
813-817 South Palafox Phones 162-149
Market and Grocer.
JOHN CRESSES. GROCER
924 N. Davis Street. Phone 4S2
TONY CLEVRO
CHRIS CARVEL GROCER
120 K. Gulllemarde. Phone 1546
B. B. MARKETS
Meats
SI 9 N. T.Vllller Street. Phone 947
Merchant Tailors.
DAN BROWN. MERCHANT TAILOR CO.
We do dyejng and wash Palm Beach
Snits.
427 W. Belmont St. Phone 93J
Music Stores.
CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE
114 Sonth Palafox Street. Phone II
Newspapers.
THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL
Daily-WeekTy-Sunday
Phones: Editorial, 88; Business, 1500
THE PENSACOLA NTWS
Evening Except Sunday
Phones: Editorial 5C; Business. Ill
V. Q. VENTURA
Taxi SerrV.
East Garden S. Phone 107
Bob's Taxi Phone S33
Service Day and Night
16 West Garden
Tin Workers.
N. A. COX. TIN SHOP
B10 S. lafox Sreet. Pnone 412
Tailoring.
KING TAILORING CO.
Builder of Fine Fitting Clothes
9 South Palafox Street
Trained Nurses.
Rerlstery of Trained Nurses at White's
Pharmacy. Day Phone 180. Night 446
Phone 843
UMSRELLAS AND PARASOLS
REPAIRED
Work Guaranteed
J. C. Toung 10S E. Gregr
Wholesale Grocers.
CONSOLIDATED QROCERT Cc
201 E. Garden St. Phone 1716
Turkish Baths.
PENS A COLA HOSPITAL.
PHONE 843
Undertakers.
NORTHUP A WOO
Undertaken.
i West Intendencla Ft. Phone t
FREE PORTS FOR
UNITED STATES
BEING CONSIDERED
New York, July 1. Representatives
of chambers of commerce, boards of
trade and other commercial organiza
tions of New Orleans, Mobile, Mem
phis, Newport News, Savannah, Balti
more, Phialedelphia, Boston, St. Louis,
EVERYWHERE
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Vegetable Compound as the
Greatest Remedy for
Woman's Ills.
New Haven, Conn. " For two yean
I suffered with a female weakness,
pains in my back and painful periods,
and I was so weak and tired that I was
not able to do my work. A friend told
me to use Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound and it gave me great relief.
My pains left me and I am now able to
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Mrsv Charles E. Morgan, 37 Sea
Street, New Haven, Conn.
The reason Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg
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because it contains the curative,
strengthening properties of good old
fashioned roots and herbs, which act
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There are women everywhere who
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Such women should not give np hope
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write Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co.,
Lynn, Mass. The result of 40 years1'
xperience is tt your service.
to the over president of tile third
Rhine province instructing him to
notify burgomasters and other officials
of the. various districts in the American
zone to caution civilians that none of
the army regulations has as yet been
cancelled.
This action was as a precaution,
many civilians appearing to take it
for granted that the army regulations
had, been automatically annulled by
the signing of the peace treaty. The
regulations will stand until further
orders are issued either by General
American headquarters or the inter
allied Rhineland commission.
LONDON PRESS IS
OPTIMISTIC OVER . 4
SIGNING OF TREATY
London, July 1. Relief, gratification
and hope for a speedy readjustment of
the world are voiced in the editorials
published by all morning newspapers
on the signing of the treaty of peace.
"President Wilson's telegram to
America," says the Chronicle, "struck
the right note regarding the treaty."
Several newspapers mingle thanks
giving with-warnings that there must
be no relaxing of effort to make thj
League of Nations effective. The Daily
News mentions apprehension regard.
ing Japan and the Far East, and de-j
nounces elements upon both sides of'
the Atlantic," who the paper asserts.,
"are trying to stir up discord between
Kngland and America." The telegraph)
doer n,ot appear to fear anything ln
this direction saying: "We made this,
peace in a cooperation and friendship
with the American people such as has
never hitherto been approached."
Has Thanksgiving Every Day
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many years with stomach trouble, I
took a course of Mayr's Wonderful
Remedy and haven't ben sick a day
since. I can eat anything I 'want and
have no pain at all. Three doctors
had advised operation, but your rem
edy has cured me. Every day is
thanksgiving for roe." It is a simple,
harmless preparation that removes the
catarrhal mucus from the intestinal
tract and allays the Inflammation
which causes practically all stomach,
liver and intestinal ailments, includ
ing appendicitis. One dose will con
vince or money refunded, crystal
Pharmacy and Druggists everywhere.
Adv.
When You Go Away On Your Vacation
.DON'T FORGET TO CALL 1500
AND HAVE THE CIRCULATION DEP'T
MAIL YOU
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