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THE PENSACOLA ' JOURNAL; TUESDAY'- MORNING; OCTOBER 21, 1919,
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A horse on you!
You can buy a horse for $25
and another for $250.
The first is a cheap skate
at the .start and a horse on
you in the finish, whereas the
last delivers your message to
Garcia and io a joy forever.
Same with clothes.
If you buy a cheap suit this
fall, you'll buy a good suit
next spring, for the tricks
and habits of a half shoddy
suit are a good suit's best ad
vertisement. Fall Suits for men and
young men. All Wool, Hand
Tailored and perfectly styled,
$30.00 and up.
If You Are
With the Laundry Service
you are now getting
"Where Linen Lasts'
Pensacola has been chosen as the
location ! for a permanent - balloon
school, with a Pensacola man, Li. John
G. Gibson, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. J.
Gibson, 1600 East DeSoto street ,at
Lt. Gibson Is the ranking: balloon
expert of the navy, and will enter
upon his duties at the Pensacola naval
air station, as soon as his physical
condition permits. Ha arrived In Pen
sacola ' yesterday, and is spending: a
ten day furlough with his parents.re
cupt. -ating after a serious accident,
in which he suffered a fractured skull
and minor Injuries, .uv Norfolk. Va.,
where he was confined to the hospital
for several weeks. He is accompa
nied by his wife, who was Miss Louise
Bostwick; daughter of former Senator
Bostwick of Colorado.
Present plans for the balloon school,
which will be under the Jurisdiction
of the naval air station here, though
a separate school. Include the con
centration at this point of all, lighter
than air work, both elementary and
advanced. A personnel of nine offi
cers has been detailed here for duty
under his command.
Lt. Gibson enlisted In March, 1917,
training at the Pensacola naval air
station and at Akron. Ohio, before go
ing abroad, where he was with the
royal naval air school, in London,
and later trained in France. He was
the first American aviator who had
been in the service abroad who was
detailed fof instruction duty in this
country his first work consisting of
the building and equipment of an air
station In South Brooklyn, of which
he was given command. Later this
station was abandoned, and he was
sent to Washington, and later to Nor
folk,, Va., where his duties embraced
special work, as the acknowledged
balloon expert in the country.
Mr. Gibson has always been keenly
alive to the call of. out-door life, hav
ing been in his early youth one of the
best ball players in the south. After
playing her and in other Florida
towns, he joined the Chicago Cubs,
playing with them for a short time,
and then returning to Pensacola, where
he was with . the firm of Bass and
company, until his enlistment In the
FIFTY-FIVE NEW MEMBERS AD
DED TO ROLE OF FIRST METH
ODIST CHURCH AS RESULT OF
Mayes Printing COi
17-19 West . Government Stree
TOE CENTRAL PHARMACY
In the Heart of Pensweola" .
I THE HOME OF
QUALITY ICE CREAM
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The largest congregation in the his
tory of the First Methodist church
greeted Rev. A." J. ' Moore, O. "W. Sta
pleton and James Reid, the trio of
Methodist evangelists who have been
conducting- a three weeks' revival,
when they held their closing service
Sunday night. .
The main auditorium was filled, the
annex, Sunday school and class rooms
and 'for the remainder there was not
standing room, many being compelled
to turn away. It was said to be the
largest gathering ever having been in
any church in the city. -
Mr. Moore made one last appeal,
taking as his text the prophecy of Jere
miah, "The summer is past, the har
vest is ended and we are not savedj
Five new applications were received
for membership in the church Sunday
night, fifty-five having been received
during the series of services. These
will be received into the church next
Sunday morning at the regular eleven
o'clock service. A thank offering of
$1,025 was received, over the amount
required to pay all traveling expenses
and hotel bills of the evangelists.
Sunday night, after the usual song i
service, led by Mr. Stapleton, choir
director, with Mr. Reid as pianist, as
sisted by Mrs. Fagisinski, Mr. Moore
made the usual announcements; Speak
ing in behaK of himself and his asso
ciates he took the occasion to thank
the people of Pensacola for their
graclousness and hospitality extended
to them during their stay in Pensacola
and for the response made to their
pleadings. "And we want to especial
ly thank the Pensacola News for their
courtesy extended in the publicity
given us. The Pensacola Journal did
not have the space and could not take
the time or" had some other excuse to
offer, but the Pensacola News gave us
liberal space and may the blessings of
God rest upon them."
Mr. Moore left Sunday night to go
to his home in Macon for a short visit
before going to Tallahassee where
they will hold a three weeks series of
revival services. Messrs. Stapleton
and Reid left yesterday.
So great was the interest aroused
that Rev. I. "W. Chalker. pastor of
the church, has been urged to try to
secure the evangelists next year for a
tabernacle meeting of all the denomi
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We present a story of CLASS
and MASS which disproves the
theory that there can be no sen
timent in business.
Zazu Pitts, Florence Vidor
and Dave Butler
"The Other Half
it is not a ranting", railing, damnation of one r!a3
by another, but lt is a gentle unfolding on the screen
of the good that Lincoln said was in every heart.
It is a story so simple, so well told, so well acted,
that you never 'miss an inch of film.
1 V conference recesses bring together Important figures in both
capital and labor. The photographer snapped Frank Morrison, secretary of
the American Federation of Labor (left) in earnest conversation with John
D. Rockefeller, Jr., on the steps of the Pan-American building. The pho
tographer discovered that John D. Jr., wraps his shoe laces twice about the
top before he ties them, which struc k " him as a bit unconventional, at
least for a millionaire. ' '
NEW CHERO-COLA PLANT
IS BEING EQIPPED
Thorn a L. Hackett from Chero'CoIa
Home Office is in City.
Thomas L. Hackett, one of tho spe
cial representatives of the Chero-Cola
company, Columbus, Ga., is in the city
a few' days assisting H, A. Lowman,
manager and J. A. Jackson, sales man
ager, of the local Chero-Cola Bottling
company, in the installation of ma
chinery in their , new plant which Is
located on the corner ef Railroad and
This plant, . when . equipped and in
operation, will be one of the most
modern bottling plants in the, southern
States and Messrs. Lowman and Jack
son hope to be moved into same about
the first of Kovember. .
; All of the machinery going Into the
new plant is entirely new and very
modern and will be of the low press
ure - type throughout, togetner witn
their own refrigeration machinery.
Mr. Hackett comes to Pensacola dl
rppt from Chicaeo where he has been
for several - weeks looking after tho
purchase of ; machinery for several
new plants the opening of which are
contemplated in the early future.
Notice of the opening of the new
plant here will be givan at the proper
More Than Enough W Too Much.
To maintain health a mature man or
woman needs just enough food to repair
the bodily waste and provide energy ana
bodily heat. The habitual consumtion
of more food than is necessary for these
purposes is the prime cause of stomach
trouble, rheumatism and disorders of
the , kidneys; If troubled with indiges
tion revise your diet, eat sparingly es
pecially of meats, masticate your food
thoroughly. Let reason, not appetite
control, also take one of Chamberlain's
Tablet immediately after supper and
you will soon be feeling all right again.
icic crmil.WFFKLV LIVE WIRE NEWS
'REGULAR TUESDAY ADDED ATTRACTION
REILLY'S DE LUXE - ISIS OKi;ntsin
-TYPHOON VENTILATING SYSTEM
Reilly's De Luve
A Story of Romance That Sends a Girl and
Youth Thru an Earthly Hell For Love and
Chas. Murray and Marie Prevost
in Mack Sennett's New Comedv
THERE'S A HAND COLORED SCENE TOO
"Behind the Scenes"
She could have the success
she had struggled and fought
foi. or she could have love,
take both; it was one or the other.
A SAENGER INTERNATIONAL WEEKLY TOO
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End of "THE MASKED RIDER"
NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS
9th Ave and Gonzalez
Groceries and Meat Market
EAST HILL GARAGE
1501 East Blount
The custom shoemaker has
almost vanished from commer
cial life but this does not mean
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mat you cannot nave snues just
as you like them. It is our great
pleasure to search the vast field
of shoe production for v the
styles and kinds of shoes which
best please our customers, and
it is an exacting customer in
deed who will not be delighted
with our showing. .
. Won't you come in
and take a look? 1
Shoes bought of us shined free
Save the difference .
Anson's Shoe Store
19 South Palafox St. -
NIGHT SCHOOL AT
-r: T WELL ATTENDED
SUCCESS OF NEW DEPARTURE
GREATER THAN WAS ANTICIPATED.
SPORTSMAN'S SUPPLY STORE
34 SOUTH PALAFOX
BICYCLES FISHING TACKLE
offers a clean up-to-date
, service of the best foods
obtainable, at prices that
are consistent with the
Service a la' carte seven
a. m. to ten p. m.
Special luncheon daily, 75c.
Music at Luncheon and
Dinner by famous Jazz Or
chestra. Dinner Dances Wednes
and Saturday evenings.
Charles B. Hervey.
THE KOZY CORNER
Johnston's v Milwaukee Candies
"The Appreciated Chocolates''
Pay 51.00 Weekly--CIothing
for Men and Women Suits,
Dresses, Skirts, Waists, etc
Largest and oldest Credit House
Reasonable. Reliable .and Con
fidential. Gentry-Strickland Co
26 South Palafox Street.
Just to Remind You that ;
WEILAND'S Big SALE
IS NOW ON
130 South Palafox Street
"Of all the opportunities for real ser
vice that has come within the reach of
the T. M. C. A., the night schools
seem to be filling in a larger way, the
special needs of our community, at this
particular time, than our most san
guine hopes had dared to permit us
to expect. If numbers is to be accepted
as a criterion," is the statement of
the situation with reference to the
educational department of the "Y,"
offered by Secretary Moore. '
This is a new department of work
that has been recently inaugurated in
line with the "Y's" new plans for an
enlarged community service. Twenty-
five men and boys were present on
last Thursday evening at the opening
of the classes, which are starting work
In the elementary commercial branches
and the enrollment has continued to
grow steadily, until it is putting those
in charge on a hustle, it is asserted,
to provide space and equipment for the
This is a distinct service offered
to those who are not in a position to
attend the day schools, and wish to
make the very best use possible of
their spare moments. It permits those
who have heretofore, or in the case
of the younger men and boys, who are
not now enjoying . the. privileges and
opportunities afforded by the public
schools, to effectually bridge a chasm
in their lives, that would otherwise
prove a barrier to their future prog
ress and enjoyment.
It is announced that the associa
tion plans to take care of . all who
may wish to take advantage of these
schools. It is urged that those who
are interested in these classes place
their application on file at once in or
der that arrangements may be made
for them. Classes are conducted four
nights per week, , Monday " Tuesday,
Thursday and Friday, beginning
promptly at 7:30 o'clock, which is the
opportune time for new pupils to re
port for enrollment.
BEST HOTELS IN ROME
CHARGE 16 CENTS DAY
A. & M. COLLEGE BUTTER
Warfield's Help Yourself Store
' Sixteen cents a day for a room in
one of the finest .. hotels in Rome,
against sixteen dollars a day, and up,
in the United States, make his Ameri
can friends envy George Maloner eon
of E. . R. Malone, , president of the
American Kational Bank, who writes
from Italy that this is the sum in
American money that he is paying for
quarters .in a famous hostelry.
Young Mr. Malone began his work
with the Y. M. C. A. as head of the
boys'- division Jn Georgia, where he
established a record.- He has been
twice promoted, and is now connected
with department headquarters, in the
city of seven hills. -:
, He has recently- been in Austria,
and writes most interestingly of his
experiences abroad. -
ONLY THE BEST IS GOOD ENOUGH
The business world wants expert help. Let us train you.
Phone 51. 274-289 Brent Bldg.
"Procastiaation is the Thief of Time"
And deplorably often, the thief of all
joys accompanying good eyesight.
Don't procrastinate. Don't hesitate.
Have your eyes examined by a com
WILL C. DBUFFEWPEKIFER
JEWELER AND OPTICIAN -The
Some of Reliable Goods. 14 South Palafox Stret.
Let Us Help Do Your Ironing
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Wouldn't you-like to have ' us Help
you with the ironing saving", you
r: time, trouble and labor? Z
We'll be glad to ! supply. the: Electric
" Service that means all this and more to you but
you will have to do your part and-
Waay Aim SffecMc
With an Electric Iron in your Home
you will always be able to keep your dresses and
' frocks neatly pressed and f rash-looking and. the
work required to do so will be less than half that
of the old wearisome way. Besides you'll be able
to iron wherever you wish in any room in -the -.
house. - . : .
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Pensacola Electric Company
No. 34 East Garden Street, r , Phone 2010
Rubber Bulbs and Tubes
Bulbs and tubes, atomizers, syringes, fountain syringes,
stomach tubes, irrigators and enemas. Small tubes for
nursing bottles, bulbs for plant sprays or clothes sprinklers.
Again the same fine quality for which all of my rubber
goods are noted. No use discussing price because that i$
the lowest anyway.
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M. E. nOOT
Auto Supplies and Bicycles
Phone 220 , 29 West Garden
MICIIELIN ES FORD PARTS
We have a porcelain hat fits the Champion X Spark
Plug perfectly, and sells , 25c.
Announces that he can take only five more Piano pupn3-
The Clutter Music House, Phone 15
WAS-COTT GINGER ALE
EXCELLENT FOR INDIGESTION
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