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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 30. 1919.
FIRUflT , n r 0 u u Ball Mason Jars and Ball Ideal Jars Mason, 1 pint L. ....90c doz Mason, 1 quart 51-00 doz. Mason, 1-2 gallon "... $135 doz. Ideal. Glass Top, 1 quart $1.10 doz. - Rubbers 5c and 10c doz. Jar Caps 35c doz. Ray's Corner Hardware Right on the Corner Bight at Rays TEdQ rJJaDairlJci rJJacscjcn3n A mosquito cannot communicate malaria unless it is infected with malaria. The bite of a malaria mosquito will transmit malavial parasites to the blood of a person and these mjjlarial parasites which feed on the blood should be destroyed before they have time to increase in numtrs. Malarial Fever is sometimes called Chills and Fever, Bilious Fever and Swamp Fever. 4 (Bb9gdvgpc ONLY THE BEST IS GOOD ENOUGH The business world wants expert help.' Let us train you. Pan American College - PHONE 61 274-289 BRENT BU'LDING AUDITS COST SYbTEMS 4 ..-:.:ARiT..RAINES i Pwbfie Accountant Auditor . . . San Carlos Hotel. Pensacola. Fla. MeCaskill Block. DeFunlak Springs. FT. INCOME TAX REPORT8 EFFICIENCY ENGINEER Chero-Cola There is none so good. . Chero-Cola Bottling Works. Phone "236. Always the latest records in stock. PALACE JEWELRY CO. I'ensacola Launch & Ma chine Co.' WILLARD SERVICE 8TATION WUUrd' Storage Batteries and Re- pairs of all Make Batteries Two Sate Marin Wave Machine Shop In Connection, The Parlor Market "Htm of All T"aVa Pura Fresh Western Meats I'OOUTRV, EGOS AND GREEN GROCERIES ... t-ni n m n VT4 L. K NOBLES & CO. Aueta HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX and KIRSCHBAUM SUITS -YOUR MONEY'S WORTH, OR YOUR MONEY BACK" 29 S-uth Palafe Street. Phon 790 BALKCOM DRUG CO THE PRESCRIPTION 8TOnE" Phone i9 or 123 possesses the power to entirely neutralize the mala rial poison. The Quinine in GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC kills the germ and the Iron enriches the blood. You can soon feel the Strengthening, Invigorat ing effect of GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC. It is an exceptionally good general strengthening tonic for the Child, for the Mother and all the Family. Pleasant to take. Price 60c Perfectly HcrtticoGm Contains Ho Vxjjt- Vesica or citior Pclconczzo Dfugj. SIGNAL CORPS MADE TELEPHONE HISTORY IN WAR BICYCLES New and Second hand TIRES, REPAIRS Wilson - Biggs Co. - - rHome of the Dayton : i 24 . South Palafox Street FRED C. WAITE THE LIFE INSURANCE MAN 915 American Bank Bid?. Phone 912. 6 RELIEVE INDIGESTION OR DYS PEPSIA. TAKE A Dyspepsia Tablet Before and ar Each N CHE CRYSTAL PHAKMACY Notice to Ice Consumers Our vtfoni ara aquipped with eoalea and consumers will tJaaae xact correct weight and raporx any dtacourtaay Cliyf to offlr. Phonsa S9 cr 5. SOUTHERN UTILITIES CO. Bueeaaaor to . PENSACOLA ICE COMPANY V PRUNES r 3 CANS, 25c Garden Cash Grocery Gar dan and DayllHar Ppxna 2C27 - . FORCHEIMER'S FASHION SHOP wrAR AND MILLINERY "TTs. ttora tar Wamaar excLUfive shop for ready .to. Send Your Old Shoes to West End Shoe Store For w-t Neatest Work in Repairs. All Work Guaranteed 321 North DeVillier Street. Phone 2032 Washington. July 29. Official re porta on sigrnal corps equipment for the war, show that one special form of telephone wire, unknown to com mercial use before the war, was being turned out at the rate of 20.000 miles a month at a cost of nearly 1 6,000, 000 when the armistice was signed. The - American telegraph . and tele phone system in France totalled 96.000 miles when the fighting ended, this being the semi-permanent installa tions. When fighting was at it peak, the corps was approximate) ng the use-of 68,000 miles of outpost wire a month in addition, one development of the war beglng the necessity for two wire circuits for front line operations to prevent the enemy from "listening" In on the old style single wire equip ment. Wire wastage was enormous as It had to be abandoned whenever mi advance was made. There had been set up In France last November 282 American telephone exchanges with 14,056' lines teaching to 8,959 stations. Even the telephone Instruments used were of special de sign, combining both telephonic and telegraphic communication and ihe production of these in the quantity needed was a problem in itsel. At the close of hostilities the TJnit3d States had 133 fully equipped tele graph stations in France, which were handling a daily average of 43,845 messages of 60 words each during last days of the fighting, or within about S.000 of the peak load. An Instance of the enormous de mand that developed for field glosses. lenses for which before the war large ly were obtained from Germany, lies in the work of the Bausch and Lomb Co.. of Rochester, N. ., which begin ning with a capacity of 1,800 pairs of field glasses a 'year In 1914, had reached an output of 3,500 pairs a week in November, 1918, and was aim ing toward an output of 5,500 pairs a week by January, 1919. Similar expansions of facilities were necessary in many other plants. The require ment of the forces In France for the six-power artillery glass alone was approximately 100,000 pairs and 106, 000 pairs were shipped from the Uni ted States. Sweet Dreams Double Strength This Great t Mosquito Remedy Made Extra Strong to Do Work Thoroughly. Mosquito remedies like other com modities can be weakened to sell for a price rather than strengthened to fulfill their requirements. A cheap price is invariably the sequel of a cheap product. Sweet 1 reams is a double strength mosquito remedy every drop in every bottle Is mosquito remedy and It keeps mosquitoes off all night long. S,o it Isn't a wonder why a million people say. Jt's fine. Sold by Balkcoxn Drug Co.," and all druggists every where. Adv. Night Held Terror a for Girl Rafugaaa. The time of greatest terror for the girl a and women among the long trains of Armenians taken across the deserts by Turks, as shown In "Auction of Souls," to be presented at the Is Is thea tre, starting today, was night. Then, aa shown in this remarkable portrayal of . the adventures of one Armenial girl, the Turks pitched camp, and began to revel. After hours of drinking, they would begin to slink from group to group, seizing the young est and prettiest of the girls to ravage. Mothers tortured In the fear of see ing their daughters ruined before their eyes, burled them In the sand and sat upon them. But they were not always successful, as was shown in the case of the heroine, Aurora Mardlganian. who waa found and taken by the brutal Mohammedans. .Will C Diff enderf er , Jeweler Optician 14 Scuth Palafcx Street Just to Remind You that WEILAND'S Big SALE on Boys and Men's Suits IS NOW ON 130 South Palafox Street Don't Try to Hide Your Sallow, Muddy Complexion By Using Creams, Lotions, Powder or Rouge. . Remove These Skin Blemishes By Use of the Black and White Beauty Treat " ment. FOR RENT Electric Vacuum Cleaners Pensacola Electric Co. Cemmercial Oesartment PHONS 3010 SPORTSMAN'S SUPPLY STORE 34 SOUTH PALAFOX BICYCLES FISHING TACKLE . BASEBAL LGOODS Black and White will clear your complexion and "do it In a surprisingly short time. -This beauty treatment consists of Black and White Ointment and Soap. The Ointment is to be ap plied to the face, neck or arms at bed time and washed off the next morning and is as delightful to use as creams and lotions. Black and White Ointment is sold in concentrated form for dilution, but as full directions for use are supplied with each package. It will be found easy, to compound. Your druggist sells both Black and White Ointment and Soap at 25c for each, or the manufacturers will send to you postpaid, on receipt of price. Clip and mall this to Black and White, Box 913, Memphis. Tenn for free sample and literature. BLACC07IJITE STETSON UNIVERSITY Fall Term Begins September 17, 1919 STETSON'S ATTENDANCE: 649 students. Military drill for men and boys. 34 years service. Send for catalog at once. STETSON'S PREPAREDNESS Big campus. Beautiful buildings. High standards. Strong faculty. Beat equipment. A Christian College with Chris tian Ideals, teachers and influence. . . STETSON'S OFFERING Graduate SchooL Liberal Arts and Sciences! Law, Engineering. Normal College Work. Business College. Academy pre paring for College. Music. Ftne Arts. Term low. Send for Catalog now. PRESIDENT. LINCOLN HULLEY, D.LAND, FLA. On the Square, Within Easy Reach of Everywhere AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK Of Penaaeef CAPITAL STOCK Paid w S0a000 SURF INN Located on SANTA ROSA ISLAND A Good Place to Spend Sundays Boats Hourly on Sundays BRITISH ARE BUYING WHISKEY ' FROM KENTUCKY Louisville, Ky., July 29. Exporta tion of Kentucky whiskey has begun as a result of the lifting of embargoes In the British Isles, according to deal ers here. Large shipments from ware houses throughout the state are being made to England, Ireland and Scot land, exports so far having exceeded 20,000 barrels, according to reports. ... The distillers are represented as de sirous of disposing of the big Ken tucky holdings before constitutional prohibition in January halts exportation. PTffl if . A Fa lleh Idol HOWSHIVARALE RENEWS HEALTH New England Scientist Discovers the Secret of the Well Known Health Giving Properties of This Famous Southern Prod PROHIBITION IS RESPONSIBLE FOR STRAWBERRY DEMAND Philadelphia, July 29. Prohibition indirectly produced an extraordinary condition in the strawberry market this year. . Prices went higher than ever before because a Chicago packing house op ened what was said to be the largest fruit preserving plant in the world In the heart of the strawberry district of Delaware and the eastern., shore of Maryland and bought the product of great berry producing fields vir tually without regard to cost to meet the tremendous demand for ice cream and soft drinks produced by the "dry period. Strawberries that normally sold for from five to ten cents a quart were snapped up at from thirty to thirty seven cents. The price to the con sumer never went below thirty cents this season.' Strawberry syrup for flavoring aoda water formerly aold at sixty-five cents a gallon and Is now quoted f 3.50 a gallon. Farmers are elated. .Many of them made an average of $1,000 an acre on their strawberry crop and they nre looking forward to big profits next year. . '.'..'.. FRECKLES i: :i by BLOSSER AIDS DIGESTION AND NUTRITION Ir. "W. II. Morse, Consulting Scien ist. Hartford, . Conn, after careful analysis and experimentations, ,has liscovered the scientific reasons for ihe well known medicinal effects of ghlvar Ale, a southern mineral water product, whose health giving proper ties have won the favor of the medical profession as well as the laity, through-out America. Dr. Morse's attention was first at tracted to this subject by his own personal experience in the use of the Ale. and by his observation of its ben eficial effects upon his patients, but not being contented to merely observe the results, he decided to find out the cause. His analyses and practical tests disclose the - fact that Shlvar Ale possesses marked beneficial ef fects upon the system In three rela tions, namely, digestion, nutrition and excretion. Dr. Morse finds that the "Ale increases the flow of the diges tive fluids, . namely, saliva, gastrio Juice and the pancreatic and Intestinal Juices, thus assisting weak stomachs In the digestion of all varieties of foods. It prepares the food complete ly for absorption and nutrition, there by improving the health, strengtb dud nourishment of the system as a whole, including the stomach itself, for tho stomach is one of the first organs to uffer from the consequences of its wn failure to properly digest food. Dr. Morse further explains that In consequence of the perfect digestion and the increase of digestive fluids. ihe Ale corrects constipation, bilious- less, headache, numerous forms f luto-Intoxication, uric acid poisoning and many other disorders growing out of faulty digestion and faulty elimi nation. Adr. GET OFFM S oufc she- vcaiv: r VOU DONT GBT Of ru UMl YOU A33KTED-JBS'' SEE . . .--.--..- . .. - - - - ( SO YE&IF - GlT or: oi;re Sfer jto, V y I - - Al V r J I ,1 OA TVIA V0 li HU I ViUXTAVOU ) - 1 V j II AWW YOU "rO AM' JjlMr jn L UE TUAT Fofi J I Uir YEB. SbW! r, r lmm g