THE PENSA COT j A JOT TRN AL. WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBERj22, 1919
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Damon and Pythias
We want to sell you a Fall
Suit with it, WE WANT
TO SELL YOU AN UNFAIL
We are not only interested in
the dollar bill you leave be
hind WE'RE MORE ANX
IOUS ABOUT THE GOOD
1 WILL YOU TAKE AWAY.
We don't care a whoop about
your money if we can't get to
be whooping good business
friends and we know that
one good scout can't put it
over on another good scout
and still, get along like Damon
i Fall Suits $30.00 and upward
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If You Are
With the Laundry Service
you are now getting
"Where Linen Lasts"
' Printing Co. '
17-19 West Government Stree
Phone 181 '
THE CENTRAL PHARMACY
"In the Heart eff Penaeola" I
iv THE HOME OF
4 QUALITY ICE CREAM :
177-.Phone.-t7a . '
NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS
9th Ave and Gonzalez
Groceries and Meat Market
V Phone 1246
EAST HILL GARAGE
1501 East Blount
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
Dinner Dances Wednes
and Saturday evenings. .
Charles B. Hervey.
InrmcArni a uac
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DELEGATIONS FROM ALL CITIES
AND TOWNS JOINED LOCAL
BOOSTERS AND HAVE DECLAR
ED INTENTIONS OF STICKING.
Pensacola's delegation to Talla
hassee was not forgotten by the peo
ple who could,not go, and all during
the day telegrams came pouring from
city, county and districts, telling of
the spirit back, of the delegation.
Senator Stokes wired that he had en
dorsed Pensacola for the centennial
In a telegram to Senator McWilliams,
of Jacksonville. - ; ".
West Florida is solidly behind Pen
sacola in her claims for the centennial
Delegations from all the cities and
towns in the western part of the
state attended the meeting yesterday,
some coming by special rain, some on
I regular trains and many by auto
The spirit displayed by the mer
ehants and professional men of the
city and of "West Florida, and by the
citizens of every walk In life, has
given the centennial committee un
limited pep and nerve. The workers
declare that Pensacola cannot lose;
that they have substantial reasons
strong enough to swing the commis
sion for this city, and that they have
the backing of all West Florida.
Tallabasseeans were for Pensacola
strong. They wore Pensacola badges,
ribbons and buttons, and very few of
them .would accept -badges from the
Jacksonville boosters. The young
womenfrom the state college, repre
senting the West Florida contingent,
were active boosters for Pensacola, and
they have all been invited to come
over in 1922, when the celebration is
in full swing.
Johnny Frenkel made himself strong
with the college girls when he sang
for them at a supper given to about
twenty of .the Pensacola delegation
at the college. The girls who joined
the Pensacola contingent at the senate
chamber were guests of the Pensacola
delegates at dinner following the
Telegrams received by various mem
bers of the Pensacola delegation,
Hon. Frank Sanders:
Our best wishes for your success.
Bring the Centennial home with you.
JOHXSON & FREDRICKSOX.
Hon. P. 1 Rollo:
Bring home the bacon. Our store
the two qualities are by no
means incompatible as shown
by this smart walking boot
one of the new ones.
Every woman needs a pair of
shoes of this type in her ward
robe to encourage wholesome ex
ercise. Shoes bought of us shined free
Save the difference
Anson's Shoe Store
19 South Palaf ox St.
THE KOZY CORNER
Tohnston's Milwaukee Candies
The Appreciated Chocolates"
Pay $1.00 Weekly Clothing
for Men and Women Suits,
Dresses, Skirts, Waists! etc
Largest and oldest Credit House
Reasonable. Reliable .and Con
fidential. Gentry-Strickland Co.,
-6 South Palafox Street.
A. & M. COLLEGE BUTffER
WARFIELD COFFEE V
Warfield's Help Yourself Store
can cook it. Whole town anxious for
' I E. BRADDOX.
23. S. HANCOCK: . '
Milton and Santa Rosa county is
with you. ' Bring Centennial. .
- C. HAMILTON MARSHALL,
. , ' Milton, Fla.
Hon. B. S. Hancock:
Owing to illness X am not with you.
Wishing you all success, as Centennial
belonigs to us.
A. ZELJUS, SR. '
J. A. Avant: "
Put me up as a 100 per cent West
Florida Centennial booster. Would be
with you, but sickness of wife pre
vents. -' .
J. D. AXDERSOX.
Hon. P. I Rollo:
The same spirit that -won the war
will win Centennial for Pensacola.
It's ours and we must have it. -,
F. I, SEEGER,
Lb K. CRADDOCK.
Ben S. Hancock:
Have wired McWilliams at length,
B. S. Hancock:
Work hard we must have Centen
nial. This city Is dizzy with prospects.
C. R. ROBERTS.
Chairman Centennial Committee:
Bring Pensacola the Centennial.
This is the logical place.
HYGEIA BOTTLING WORKS.
Hon. Frank r. Sanders:
Go to it! We- are expecting you to
bring home the bacon.
Hon. F. B Sanders:
Go to it full force. We're all back of
you. All Pensacola would like to be
G. R. TOUART.
ASPIRIN IS SAFE
Take tablet without fear if they
are marked .with the
"Bayer Cross" -
If you want the true world-famous
Aspirin, as prescribed by physicians
for over eighteen years, you must ask
"Bayers Tablets of Aspirin,"
The "Bayer Cross" is stamped on
each package and appears on each
package for your protection against
In each package of "Bayer Tablets
of Aspirin" are safe and DroDer direc
tions for Colds, Headache, Neuralgia,
Toothache, Earache, Rheumatism.
Lumbago, Neuritis, and for Pain in
Handy tin boxes containing 12 tab
lets cost but a few cents. Druggists
also sell larger "Beyer" packages, As
pirin is the trade mark of Bayer Man
ufacture of Monoacetlcacidester of
SPANISH WAR VETS TO
HOLD IMPORTANT MEET
Ladies Auxiliary Will Me Mustered in
at Session Thursday Night.
A special meeting of Col. F. W. "Wil
liams Camp, No. 9, Department of
Florida, will be held In the Spanish
War Veterans Bivouac, at the Armory
Hall at 8 o'clock p. m., Thursday, Oc
tober 23, for the purpose of mustering
in the charter members of the Indies'
Auxiliary to this camp.
Membership In this patriotic organ
ization is composed of women relatives
of any person eligible to membership
in the United Spanish "War Veterans
who has attained the age of fourteen
years; also nurses and patriotic wom
an engaged in relief work during the
war with Spain and the incident war
in the Philippines.
It is the desire of the officers and
members that all ladies who have
signed the application for the charter
to make a special effort to be present.
DANCE AT ARMORY FOR
FLOTILLA MEN PLANNED
War Can-p Community Service Will
Be in Charge of Affair.
The "War Camp Community Service
will entertain on Thursday evening at
the Armory Hall in honor of the men
of the torpedo flotilla, and a cordial
invitation is extended all men of the
service, ex-service men or civilians,
if accompanied by a lady who has a
ticket Issued by the "W. C. C. S. are
Through the courtesy j of Rear-Admiral
Plunkett, the naval orchestra
of 24 pieces, of the flagship Roches
ter, will play for; the dance.
' Last night the "W.. C. C. S. enter
tained with open house at the Army
and Navy Club, on Saturday evening
the usual weekly dance will be given
at the Armory hall, and on Sunday
again there will be open house at the
Army and Navy club.
On Friday, evening the men of the
notilla and other service men will -be
guests of the Knights of Columbus, at
their hall on "West Garden street. The
K-.of C. also entertained for the men
of the service on Tuesday evening at
their club rooms.
Blue Ribbon Extracts are rtill put
up In 2 ox. bottles, full measure. Con
sumers not only get more quantity in
this size bottle but they get the high
est Quality, goes further, and, the
The cataclysmic sensationpicturing the
youth and a girl who went through an earthly hell
love; and happiness : - 4'"" "''"
.V f -J " 1 Thru Tomorrow
lSsf Wfl ft tS&i J (( k Children .11c
fk A V1 Adults 28c
CLINTON TAILORING CO.
Clothing:, Raincoats and Shirts
Made to Order
ALTERING, CLEANING AND PRESSING
10 East Intendencia Street
WILL FORWARD MONSTER PETI
TION TO THE SENATE FOR IM
MEDIATE RATIFICAION.. '
A New York committee of one hun
dred prominent women, representa
tive of all walks of life, .was formed,
and a national campaign launched-' at
a grand -rally of the "Women's '"Non
Partisan Committee for the League of
Nations, held at the Bijou theatre in
New York yesterday afternoon. Mrs.
Carrie Chapman' Catt, v- Dr. ' Katherine
B. Davis, Miss Florence T. Tuttle and
Mrs. Raymond Brown, addressed an
enthusiastic audience of women ; and
resolutions were drafted, -stating- that
it was the sense of the meeting that
the United States Senate" should . Im
mediately proceed ""to the ratification
of the treaty of peace and the-League
of Nations covenant. The - executive
committee, of . which ' Mrs. J. . Borden
Harriman. of .New York, is . chairman,
also sent out the following cair to all
the women of ' the . country, .."urging
them to stand back of the president In
this matter.- : - - " "
"The 'greatest Question before the
American people is the decision 'con
cerning the League of Nations. " Its
ratification is the hope of the world.
Women are tart of the American peo
ple and- the people's opinion "is our!
sovereign. Therefore, we appeal to
the women of America to make known
their - conclusions concerning the
league of Nations at "Washington.
Arrangements . were r made at . - this
meeting, it Is also - announced, ; to
spread petitions .broadcast throughout
the country, to be signed by the wom
en of America and to be forwarded to
the United States Senate, urging Im
mediate action on the Leaigue of Na
tions - covenant. Several New York
department sflores have ' volunteered
to allow these petitions -to be 'circu
lated through their establishments,
and an elaborate plan has ;been laid
out whereby women in every walk of
life and in every section of the coun
try will be, given an .opportunity - to
sign these . petitions and to forward
them to "Washington. .
Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt Is ; the
honorary chairman of the "Women's
Non-Partisan Committee for the
League of Nations. The : chairman is
Dr. Katherine B. Davis,-and the other
officers are as follows:. Vice-chairman,
Deon Virginia Gildersleeve;
treasurer, Mrsl ". Reginald FIncke, and
secretary, Mrs.' - Earl Harding. - - The
executive committee , consists of Mrs.
John Blair, Mrs. Raymond Brown,
Mrs. Henry P. Davidson, Mrs. - Thos.
Lamont Mrs.; Gordon Norris and Mrs.
S. Borden Harriman, chairman of ex-
-.r- , w m .x 'm typho
Honey and Tar
IS A TIME-TRIED REMEDY that
can be relied upon to get rid of coughs
, and colds that lead to serious illness if
Every User a Friend
- VThe only remedy we ever use for
. coughs and colds is Foley's Honey and
Tar Compound. It has been our stand- ,
by for years, and .it never fails us."
H. Foley, Marquette, Mich.
' ; .."I surely know the worth of Foley
. Honey and - Tar, as I have taken it
with good remits. Also have sold
hundreds of bottles. A. L. ' S tang
bury, Parke rsburg, W. Va. .... . J -
Children like Foley's Honey
and Tar. It contains no opiates, ,
'and Itoill not injure a . delicate'
stomdchS ' . . .., ,
ecutiye, committee. . .
.. Among the acceptances 4 received to
date for membership on the "Women's
Committee of , 100, are members . of all
parties! indicating the strictly non
partisan -character of this movement
It t includes among' others: .Mrs. "Wm.
Jay Schief felin, Mrs. . August Belmont,
Mrs. Cornelius Bliss, Jr.,- Mrs. Sydney
C.;Borg, Mrs: Nicholas Brady, Mrs.
Charles . Tiffany. Miss Frances Per
kins. Mrs. Alexander Kohut, Mrs. Hen
ry '"Moskowitz and "Mrs. Alice Diier
Miner.' -.. "
FAIR DIRECTORS WILL
MEET AT MOLINO TODAY
Plans for Canning, Poultry and Other
- Features to Be Arrangej.
- Directors of . the county fair meet
in Molino today, to complete arrange
ments for the fair which is to be held
, . The directors include L. "W. JEiardy,
president and manager, J. Jacobi, C.
G. Hall, E. Kaselack, Walker Willis,
E. ;T. Russell,' C A. Fulford, W. N.
Williams. - - ' . . ;
Miss "Margaret Cobb, home demon
stration agent for Escambia county,
will meet with the directors to .plan
for the canning club and poultry club
work, which will be a feature of Chil
dren's Day; X - f . ; - -
Washington, Oct. 20 The announce
ment today that President Wilson had
appointed Owen D. Young, of Sche
nectady, N.T-, a member of the public
group, National Industrial -Conference,
in place of Fuller Callaway, whose ill
health" made it impossible for him to
remain ,1s cited by. the White House
officials as refuting reports " that the
president's illness has-rendered him
incapable of attending to any business.
Dr. Grayson's bulletin tonight said :
"The president had a better day than
lis 1 r r ? v 1 11 1 i
In a Dandy Western Drama
"A Priosner For Life"
In "Hay Foot
6 p 9 9 Stands for Please
Pens, Pencils, Pads
Buy your pens, pencils and pads here please. You please me by your
business, you please yourself with the excellent quality. It's quality
that puts the "edge" on any tooL It's quality . that makes all tbina
most desirable. I carry a big line of school supplies and they're tt.o
best that I could buy this year, therefore they are the best that jour
children can use.
To- Drive Out Mr!ari
"':'-" And Buld Up the System
Tke- the Old standard GROVE'S
TASTELESS.chill . TONIC. You Know
what you are taking, os the .formula
is printed 'on "every label, showing it
is Quinine and Iron in" a tasteless form.
The Quinine drives out" the malaria,
the - Iron builds up ' the system. CO
cents. lAdv. ' -
Plenty of Carpenter
Fort Worth, Tex.
Oct: 18, 1919.
To the Pensacola Local
375 Carpenters and
Joiners of America:
I am at work at 1.00
per hour. , The Business
Agent said he could
place 50 more men any
There is lots of work here.
The scale is 8714c per hour, but
the contractors pay $1.00 and
can not get men at that price.
There are 1,600 members of
the local here, No. 208. If any
of the boys of 375 want to come
tell them there is work here.
story of a
to find their
Administers Laughing Gas in Large
Dotes In His Latest Comedy
Chasi Murray and Marie Prevost
PATH E HAND COLORED SCENIC
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Fatty Arbuckle in
The Last Chapter of
"THE MASKED RIDER"
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1221 North Davia, Street
United Produce Co,
38 East Romana Street
Ke buy and sell Chkk-ns, Eggs
and all kinds fit Produce.
; Keith's Vaudeville
The Officers and Sailors of
..will be our guests at the.
Xo Tickets will be sold for thl
Performance. Night shows
and 9 p. m., as usual.
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