THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER24, 1913
IDLE SHIPS II
UNCOMPLETED ."WAR CRAFT"
HAVE BEEN AOVERTI8ED FOR
SALE BUT NONE HAVE YET
Seattle,. Oct. 23. A' gray fleet of
forty-eight 1 war-built uncompleted,
wooden cargo vessels tugs idly at Its
moorings in Lake Union, near the
heart of Seattle. The boats, some of
them barely more than hulls, are
owned by the United States Shipping
Board and are worth $12,000,000, it
has been estimated.' Most of them
are ready to receive their engines.
"Ships that didn't get a chance"
they have been called, as the - war
which rushed them onto the ways and
into the water, ended before '. they
reached the seas to do their share
in forming a part of "Pershing's
Bridge" to carry American men and
supplies across the Atlantic to France.
Side by side the ships lie, most, of
them in a long row near one of Seat
tle's lake boulevards. After being
launched at various northwest yards,
several at formal exercises, the ships
one by one. were towed to Lake Union
to wait for the day when they will
. be completed and set to sail the seven
There Is talk of American, Swedish,
dc tai; it)
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Five thousand army regulars are on their ".'way "over". The-re too late for
tvj fighting but they'll get in on the "W atch on th Rhine" acd this detail seems
happy over it. , -
(a completely washed out of the system
ihe celebrated Sliirar Mineral Water. Poa
Itively guaranteed by money-back offer.
Tastes fine; costs a trifle. Delivered any
where by our Pensacola Agents, West Flor
Ida Croccry Co. Phone them. -
British and other buyers for the
"gray company' of vessels. Some of
them have been advertised for sale
but as yet none has bn sold. Sixty
watchmen are on duty at the ships
day and night and fire tugs ply around
the .fleet. On fair days they' play
their hoses "on the decks drenching
them as fire protection.
Fresh Oysters, 85c qt.f 45c
pint. Sol Cahn & Co. .
The steamer West Caruth, which ar
rived in port a few days ago from
West Africa with a cargo of mahog
any logs for Frederick Gillmore &
Company, will remain in this port for
an indefinite tiru&- due to necessary
repairs to her boilers. .. .
H. , "M. Barrs of the Barrs Boiler
Works has been awarded the contract
for the work which will cost $11,000.
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is hts smoke
Nothing goes with me like a good story3
EVERY Cheiteffield yon light begins jmd
ends with satisfy. For Chesterfields
set no limit on your smoking enjoyment.
Their smooth, rich, even flavor keeps right
on pleasing your taste down to the last
And no wonder
The great buying organization wo maln-
tain In the Orient makes it possible for xxs
to obtain the pick of the finest Turkish
leaf Experts blend these tobaccos with the
best Domestic leaf ; not in any hit-or-miss
fashion, but by our own exclusive process,
that never varies '
And tictualty this process brings out hid
oenfiavors and new delights that give td
this cigarette a satisfying raaHty all Its
own. We dont care what -cigarette you've
been .smoking, youTl like Chesterfields
Listen, Madam, if you please,
Thrift. luivcimM with trrentprenm
And sugar and butter may be put away
4j you ouy me cnectcerea can toaay,
Use DUNBAR'S SOUTHERN SYRUP in
place of so much butter and sugar. It's far
more economical- this pure, delicious syrup
with Nature's own fresh cane flavor. A
decided favorite with thrifty housewives.
A substantial, nourishing food that costs less.
" ! Spread it on bread for children. Oh,
how good it makes pancakes, waffles, hot
$s ' ' Made from the finest Ribbon cane boiled to a rich,
V - ; Y I smooth, mellowsweetness the sum of all syrup deliciousness.
jEfcisj.?. V ; Today," order one of the checkered label cans from X
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lit ifff v fi- -SslSlT- Dunbar's Syrups are packed under several colored '
lllWlff " 3LtSf I 1 checkered labels. All are guaranteed highest quality. I
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Bemoves the cause By destroying tie
germs of MAL-ABIA. At your drug
tore, 60c; money back if no goodl
BEHREJTS DRUQ .CO
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20 for 20 cents
and ike blend
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Old Sores, CuW, Burns. Bruises nd
other skin eruptions Ul be
instantly soothed and rapidly healed
with - . .. -
Keep a bottle neaf for emergencies.
Ask your dealer tor It
"e-OVtee Co., Alabama.
CITY TO RECEIVE
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pleasant trip on the water together,
dancing and social pleasure. Punch,
ice- cream and cakes served as re
freshment, and late In the evening the
party disbanded with expressions of
unalloyed enjoyment and appreciation
on every tongue. Kiwaniana were a
unit in expressing themselves as highly-
ela.ted at the success of charter
presentation day, and more determined
to serve each other and the city well
in the future as a result.
Fresh Oysters, 85c qt.; 45c
pint. Sol Cahn & Co. v
Gear Year Skin
AH druggists: Soap 25
. At CjI Tstl
free ef "Cutiewra,
Dept. . Bo. too."
DRIVE IS SUCCESSFUL
Captain Northup, Local -Committee
Chairman Reports Progress.
Captain W. H. Northup said last
night that the campaign to raise 51200
for the Roosevelt Memorial was meet
ing with success. The committee cov
ered a great deal of ground yester
day andvisited many of the indus
trial plants. Everywhere the people
have responded for the Memorial
Work will be continued today and
throughout" the week until the neces
sary quota for Tensacola and Escam-v
bia county has been raised. Captain
Northup says that the committee in
charge, here is not going to overlook
anybody and he is determined to put
this communis over the top in the
Reports from all over the country
show that, the drive is meeting with
success and it is more than probable
that the donations to the Roosevelt
Memorial through the various state
and county committees wlU far exceed
the $5,000,000 asked.
Thy heTj ad win the war
- The Chinese Laber Company is homew ard bound,
and they're happy over that fact.'
IN STEEL MILL
Pittsburgh, Oct. 23. Peeping into
pits filled with molten metal and
watching many other interesting feat
ures of a modern steel mill. King Al
bert and Queen ' Elizabeth Of the Bel
gians with Prince Leopold and mem
bers of the suite, spent a greater part
of the afternoon in the Duqueane
plant of the Carnegie Steel Company.
They were also taken to the emer
gency hospital where the queen mani
fested a keen Interest in the com
pany's welfare work. The royal party
were received with enthusiasm every
Montgomery. Ala., Oct. 23. A thirty
corporation has beeh
formed in Boston to buy up and con
woi tne cotton Warehouses of the
south, Thomas J. -. Shackleford of
Georgia, charged in ah address hero
today to the farmers, bankers and
business men representing forty-seven
Alabama counties. He. urged." the
American Cotton Association to orgaa- VCill not "ftr,.Z2' ' 3 v''
ize us own warehouse system. Mlle
C. Allgood, state commissioner agr;
culture, was elected president of
Alabama branch association. - - - I . Blonteomery. Ala.
j For Colds or Influenza
and as a Preventive, take IjAXAT
BHOMO QUININE Tablets. Look f :
W. GROVE'S signature on the ! .
Fresh Oysters, 85c
pint. Sol Cahn & Co.
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decisions by congress as to who f".
represent the United States in t
league of nations and as to win tot:
international representatives nhai!
chosen under treaty; for v.'Hirt 'i-'1"
proceedings relative to enemy irW
only insofar as such procopilinp &r'
viol to the laws of the United lM
for renunciation by the United S-
of any part in the German ci'""
and for a blanket provision tn &
serve the "national honor and v!t"I
terests" of the United States.
Avoid the Fh
Profit by thm experience of lot1
year When it comet it it as '"
and oe deitructtve aa the cyclont.
Vee the surest and bett preventa
. Croup and Pneumjna
In your nostrils by day, on your c--by
night. It will ward off ct-Ma a
keep the throat, lungs and ' ? '
clear. . Pleasant bat strong
from oil of the Yellow Pine,
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