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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 24, 1919.
6 COMMUNITY. - SI LVER - ' As a Gift Nothing is More Appropriate than Silverware SEE OUR COMMUNITY WINDOW "' - on Adam, Patrician and Sheridan Patterns 50 Year Plate - : ( . and 1' - : :. ..' . Vernon Community 10 Year Plate In Separate Pieces or in Gift Cases RIGHT AT RAYS RIGHT ON THE CORNER Ingram Optical Co. WE GRIND OUR OWN LENSES Gulf City Coffee Co. Roasters, Blenders, Shippers FINE COFFEES 10711 East Intendencia 8trt PENSACOLA. FLA. "PORTER'S BAZAAR 115 North Palafox ETerything for the Housewife Jtosique Bros.' Garage I 107-9 West Garden Street - Phone 949 Expert Automobile Repairing Notice to Ice Consumers . ar wagons ara equipped with scales ina epoavmars wia (hai corset oomot rotfnt and report rvy dtacovrtaey oi "Jo offl r. Phones ii cr IS. SOUTHERN UTILITIES CO. i . . imoosssor to (PENSACOLA ICE COMPANY J. P. REMICH & SONS Tha 8 tor That 8atisfe Remlch's Grocery Specials Always Satisfy PHONE 722 3 6 North Palafox. PRUNES SCANS, 25c j Garden Cash Grocery: i Garden and Devllllar Phna 2027 -, Bprinjr Garden Marked Groceries of All Kinds MIKE DROSSOS & CO Prop Phone 234 WU1 C. Dif f enderf er Jeweler-Optician 14 South Palafox Street KODAK SHOP fcj"JL '"""'"'"O Picture Pramlnfl isod.tr nd Films Anaoe Cimtrti FALK'S Millinery and Ready-to-Wear . Korth Palafox. Just above Isla i ; Theatre ! FORCHEIMER'S FASHION SHOP EXCLUSIVE SHOP FOR READY TO VEAR AND MILLINERY 173 PHONES 174 . MARSTON & QUINA Wast Florida's Oldest Furniture Houss McKao Rafrigarators, Gtobe-WernTekt Book Cases and Offico Furnitura . !T. E. WILLIAMS & CO. Furniture BOc E. Wright. Phone 1993 "Tha Stora for Women LA MODE , 122-124 8outh Palafox Street f Ladies' Garments and Fine Millinery THE BEST PLACE TO SHOP AFTER ALL' We Furnish, the Home i Complete - j ROX SPORTSMAN'S SUPPLY STORE 34 SOUTH PALAFOX BICYCLES FISHING TACKLE -BASEBAL LGOODS Phone 040 The Watson Agency INCORPORATED REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE RENT COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY No. 8 South Palafox Street 7 PHONE 54 ' EXPERT VULCANIZING v Cord or Fabric Tires ' O.K. TIRE SHOP 24 W. Garden St. ' : 4 Bob Hixson HOFFMAN & SELLERS AUTO CG. .' .- REPAIRS . Kelly-Springfield and Firestone Tires. ' Oils and Greases .57-59 East Grejrory Street. Phone 825. PALACE CAFE Good Things to Eat Opposite Post Office OPEN DAY AND NIGHT CARY&COa 10 South Palafox Phones 6, 93, 119, 134 When You Think of Coal, Thin of Cary. ( THE QUALITY SHOP 125 S. Palafox St. -Ladies' to Wear Phone. 1788 Cart erBrokerage Co. Export Freight Brokers "and Forwarders Let us engage your npace when you want room for export. We are al ways posted as to lowest freight rate nd available space. Room 405. Thissen Bldg., Pensacola. Evans Power Cycle and Cycle , - motor . The Cycle Motor Sales Co. T. T. Wentworth, Jr.'s Store . Cor. Belmont nd Davis Sts. I LONDON WOOLEN MILLS - Get Your Fall Suit : ; Union Made 117 South' Palafcx 12 SJPalafax JOE L. LICATA EXPERT SHOE REPAIRING' 8 E. In tendencia. Phone 282 WATCH WINDOWS POSS NEW DRY GOODS STORE 31 South Palafox Street . Send Your Old Shoes to West End Shoe Store For tha Best and Newest Work .in .-. Repairs .' : All Work Guaranteed 321 North DeVillier Street PHONE 2032. YALE BICLCLES "Cash or credit , . - . - Supplies and Repairs, ; Tour business appreciated. T. T. WENTWORTH. JR. ; Cor. Belmont and Davis streets. E VERL A S T I N G FABRICS CO. i Pensacola's Representative Store FISHER-BROWN We Will Bond You 918 Phones 919 OWN YOUR HOME Pensacola Home and Savings J. H. Bayliss, Secy 10 South Palafox. Phona 292 Pay 51.00 Weekly Clothing for Men and. Women Suits. Dresses, Skirts, Waists, etc Largest and oldest Credit House Reasonable. Reliable .and Con fidential. Gentry-Strickland Co., 26 South Palafox Street. nORT of I ENSACOLA! Vessels in Port. Cruisers V . . ; TheTT. S. cruiser Rochester, stream. . ' ' Destroyers. , Bush, Chandler, ; Stevens. Robinson, McCalla, Meredith. Fairfax. Taylor, Calhoun, Harding. McKean. Ingram. Bancroft." Slgourney, Barney. Blakely. Connor, ' McKee, Belknap and Abbott, stream. . : ,. -; . : ' " Steamers. The'American steamer Oregon, Tar ragona wharf (discharging cargo). .: The American steamer West Caruth. Tarragona wnarf (unloading). The Shipping Board steamer Pon- chatrain, stream (loading), The Cuban steamer Olivant,, Tarra gonna wharf. (Discharging cargo). : The shipping board steamer Escam bia, .Tarragona wharf, (loading). The American steamer Florida, stream. , Schooners. The American schooner, Sara 23. Turner, - stream (loading). . The Cuban schooner, Gabriel Palm er, stream (loading), " - Barges. ' Btges, Aiken barge .Bobby-Ilo, Pal afox wharf. - .. American barge. Coastwise, Musco gee wharf (loading). - American, barge. Iberia, stream (loading). . American barge, Smith-Ter r,y stream (loading). ; Aiken barge. Jackson, stream (load ing), - , The Texas . company barge Sabin, Stream, (unloading), Aiken barge Ario, stream. .- Tugs. Tugs, Aiken tug - lieroy, Palafox A HASTY COLD EASED AT ONCE 'Tape's Cold Compound" then ' breaks up a cold in a few hours. Don't stay, stuffed up! Quit blow ing and snuffling! A dose of Papes Cold .Compound'' taken" every two hours until three doses are ; taken usually breaks up a severe cold and ends all grippe misery. : The very first dose opens your clog ged up nostrils and the air passages of the head; stops nose running; re lieves the headache, . dullness, fever ishness. sneezing, soreness and stiff ness. - ' . "-;'.'-,.:- 'Pape s Cold . Compound"' is the quickest surest relief known and costs only a few cents at drug stores. It acts without assistance, tastes nice, contains no Quinine.' Insits on Pape's! Adv. ' MEYER SHOE CO. EXCLUSIVE AGENT? GROVER'S SOFT SHOES For Tender Feet REED'S "BETTER BREAD1 FOR SALE BY ALL FIRST CLASS STORES REED'S SANITARY BAKERY Palafox and Gregory Street RAILROAD SCHEDULES Louisville & Nashville R. R. AnVal and departure or passenger trains at Pensacola, FUu The following schedule figures pub lished as information and not guaran teed. (Central Standard Time) ARRIVES. AVES 6:30 p.m. Montgomery Blr-,' , v mingham. Nashville. Louisville. Cincinnati 12:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. St. Louis. Chicago, '' ' Memphis 12:30p.m. 6:30 p.m Atlanta, : Washing- ton, rTew Tork .... 12:30p.m. 6-45 a.m. Montpomery, Bir m'r.gham, Nashville, Louisville, Cincinnati 10:45 p.m. 6:45 a.m. Memphis. St. Louis, Chicago 10:45 pn. 6:46 a.m. New Orleans, Mo bile , ........ ...... 10:45 p.m. 6:45 a.m. Atlanta, ' Washing- ' ton, :Nerr Tork .... 10:45p.m. 6:43p.m. Mobile Local .... 6:00a.m. 9 :45 a.m. Jacksonville. Talla hassee .............. 6:15 a.m. 10:25 p.m. Jacksonville, Talla hassee 4 8:55 p.m. Dally except Sunday. ' UNITED STATES RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION ': .-. TO RELIEVE INDIQE8TION OR DYSPEPSIA, TAKE A Dyspepsia Tablet fifllf Bafore and Aft- - Each MaaL 25 Cents Bo THE CRYSTAL PHARMACY THE LEADER . Stadium Clothes - Union .Made 218 S. Palafox St. THEY ALL RAVE OVER IT THE LIZZIE SCOOTER V;' ,lf "You Drive a Ford Investigate. You Will Eventually Own One. : ; H. A. Beard, Route 1. CHERO COLA There Is None So Good Chero-Cola Bottling Works i . x Phone 236 iN Art avz wharf., - '.- ' - . The American tug. Jim Sid. Palafox wharf. ': ' .. .. The American tug. Bathalum, Tar ragona wharf. n."1.- The Aiken tug Dixie, Palafox wharf. The Aiken tug Nellie, Palafox wharf; -.' ' -.. ' '. . , : ; - ' Aiken tug Simpson, Palafox wharf. Via, Ariola, Caldwell II. Colt. Barce lona . Seminole, Culebra Emma Jane. Galatea, Hope, Mary B. Greer. Mine ola. Osceola,: Silaa Stearns. William Hays. Pena A. Percy. Washakie. Hen ry P. WJiams. .Smacks. . The following smacks are at Saun ders wharf: Yakima. Maud P. Silva. Francis V. " Silvia,- Clara M. Little, field. Louise F. Harper, Alclna, Sea r on net. - Eesco. Sheffeyld. Flora J. Bears, Ida S. Brooks; Mary E. Coonejj, j Ida M. SilsaC Ruth. A. Welles, Clara R. j Harwood, Angielena,' Cavalier, Lettie j G: Howard. Emelia Enos, and Fish Hawk. . The following smacks . are at the Warren wharf: Algonla, Clara O. Sil- : Arrivals ' .Steamers. The Italian . steamer Argenta, from Gulf port. ' , ' , , VESSELS EXPECTED.' ....... Steamers. . The Spanish steamer Saurez, from Gibraltar., , Schooners. .. , " The' American schooner Mary Mon son Gruener from West Africa. - CARUSO SUPPORTS - - ' CAPTOR OF FIUME Mexico City, Oct. 23. 'Enrico Caruso, here for a series of concerts, has sent 5,000 lira to Captain Gabriele: D'An nunzio ' to help. him. during his occu pation ef Flume,, according to. an In terview published by El Heraldo de Mexico. Signor Caruso says that he does not know, anything, about .'' the politics or diplomacy - involved in D'Annunzlo's ;act,' butrhe'does believe) that Flume- rightfully belongs to Italy! and for that" reason he supports the Italian poet," right or wrong. ' ! "This is merely .' personal matter," said the singer. ''I myself do not mix in politics. I do not believe that any artist should enter- the political field unless he - is willing to lose his art. Look what it has done to Paderewski." NO NOTES OF COUNCIL. Paris, Oct. 23. A. Aulard, one of the leading authorities on the revolu tion, says he fears the future histo rians of the peace conference will have great difficulty in giving an accurate account, of the deliberations of the supreme council, or the "Big Five' which framed the terms of peace with Germany. He concludes from state ments made by Premier Clemenceau that ' no complete records were made of the deliberations of the council. Rotes were, taken, according to one version, but by different persons, and in several'languages. ' . V ' - rv.-- ? V-i - i.- - NOTICE TO. MARINERS. T -.' - Washington. Ocil 1 17.T..191 On or aibout; December, 1,' 1919,' the light on Stone Horse Shoal light vessel will be chamegd td occulting white, showing thus: ' Light. ; two seconds; " eclipse, two seconds. COMMISSIONER OF LIGHT- HOUSES. LOCAL NOTIC TO MARINERS. . Louisana, Gulf Coast Trinity Shoal gas and whistling buoy. 2. replaced October 18, having been reported 2 1-2 miles WxXN from its station. C. & G. Charts. Nos 200,- 1116, 1007. Light List, Atlantic Coast, 1919 p. 361. No. 2149. Buoy List 8th District, 1918, p. 42. Coast Pilot, Section E, 1916, p. 11 7. By order of the Commissioner of Lighthouses. " . . Texas, Galveston Entrance Galves ton gas buoy, 7, relighted October 20, having been found extinguished. . ; ; C. & G. .S. Charts, Nos. 04, 532. - Light List. Atlantic Coast. 1919, p. 370, No. 2187. Buoy List, 8th District. 1918, p. 47. Coast Pilot, Section E, 1916, p. 132. By order , of the Commissioner of Lighthouses. .' Fresh Oysters, 85c. qt. ; 45c pint. Sol Cahn & Co. COUID KNOW WISH EVERYBODY Suffered' From Acute Indiges tion, Gastritis, Constipation, Headaches and Other Trou bles, Which Dreco, the Her : : bal Remedy, Overcame. 7. IT. Nelson. 108 Jackson street, Jackson vllle, Fla. "I admit that -when I began taking Dreco I had no confidence In it, for I had already tried so many of them, bnt the ' Improvement is so marked that I am con vinced of its merits. I used to suffer from gaa on my stomach and bowels after eating: I would be all bloated op and very uncomfortable. My bowel were , . habitually conatlpated. I was bilious and bad to be taking medicine constantly. My appetite was poor, and I became ex tremely nervous, so that I could not sleep much. I have taken a treatment of Dreco. and now my stomach digests the food , without those distressing after-effects I used to have, such as pains, uneasy feel ing, belching and gastritis. My appetite has Increased ; I sleep sound ; my bowels ' act regularly every day, and I have ne more backache nor dizzy spells. Tou have SS7 permission to publish this letter." It Mi become a custom with many per sons to take a good system tonic each , year, something that cleans out the sys tem, purines the blood, gets the liver and kidneys in rood shape, and tones up the stomach. - Sneh a tonic is Dreco. Belnr - made of roots, herbs, barks, berries and -leaves from medicinal herbal plants, it is truly Nature's own remedy, and that It really . accomplishes these results is proven by the many endorsements giren it by wen-known and reliable people. ' Dreco is sold by all dninrist and is hishhr recommended ia this city by (Balkcom Drug Co. . , AMUS E I . . .., MARY PIC KFORD IN "THE Into the Depths,' Mud and All, to. Save v., Loyer From" THer' Grand-' V.""'''' '? father's' Plotting.' y It takes a; far more versatile person to be 'happy in a tenement district than it does on Riverside Drive, Amy Burke, played by Mary Pickford, dis covers this In, "The t Hoodjum," .her second picture 'produced, in' her own studios, released by First National Exhibitors Circuit and vhich will be seen beginning today" at the Isis Theatre.'. - -. ; - As Amy Burk, Miss Plckfora is the granddaughter of a financial pow er, a victim of all the ills of rich children and the recipient of all lux uries within the power of purchase. But- all of Amy's relatives are not as successful in matters of finance as her grandfather. Her father, for in stance, is a sociological - writer and lecturer, of whom she has not heard . NEWS OF RECORD Deeds. Thomas Gill and wife to G. D. and Hester Adcock, Oct. 20, 1919, X. 60 ft. lot 1 and of E 1-2 2, block 82, East King tract. G. D. Adcock and wife to T. J. and Addie Gill, Oct. 20, 1919, 16 acres, in NEj, corner Lot 6, Township 2. South, Range 30 "West. ' Llntner W. Barid and wife to A. A. Merbler, Oct. 4, 1919, Lots 4 and 5, block 158, New City tract. " Elizabeth .D. Willis, widow, to Lou lie P. Carter, Oct. 20, 1919, Lots 20 and 21, block -41, Belmont tract. ; L. W. Grimsley and wife to C. Cole man, Oct. 18, 1919, E 1-2 of SW 1-4 of Section 14, Township 3 North of Range 33 West. - Frank Sasse " and. wife to Annie Hassebrock, July 17. 1919. S 1-2 of NE 1-4 of . Section 24, Township 3 North, Range 32 West. Mrs. John G. Ward, widow, to Pen sacola Land & Improvement Co., Oct. 14, 1919, N. 72 1-2 ft. lots 1, 2, 3, block 171, New City tract. t E. B. Gagnet and wife to Constan- ' - ' ' "S' ' " ' - lunch I like just before bedtime- Post. Ioastdes A dish T" Si ME NTS HOODLUM," ISIS TODAY. for years. Her life of luxury Is sud denly ended when her father returns, penniless, and she : 1ecidc3 ; to forsake her ' grandfather and live with her father in the East Side districts .where she .Vehoots craps" with ' the street ruffians, dances to the music of the hurdy-gurdies and ..engages in numer ous pranks with tho most reckless of her associates. Amy ntakea several ' close friends in her life among the poor, among thorn being an artist whom she finds out was sent up for a term In the peni tentiary on account of a crooked deal perpetrated by her own grandfather. She determines to aid the man aho loves and whom her grandfather has caused to suffer. plan leads her into what- appears to police to be a criminal act. Then comes the big sur prise enjoyable to the audience al though rather difficult for the star. tine Stratigakis, Oct. 9, 1919, E. 27 ft. of W. 2-3 of lot 120r block 14, OM City tract. A. Camming Livingstone and wife to A. L. Poidevant. Oct. 21, 1919, lot 14, block 106 of the New City tract. Fresh Oysters, 85c qt.; 43c pint. Sol Cahn & Co. WHY DO MEN GO INSANE? ILL-HEALTH AHemsts (rsce madness back (o some slight but neglected shock Some alienists who have spent rears in. determining the causes of insanity declare that madness Is usually directly traceable to a nervous shock;, generally slight. Bat neglect to aci promptly permitted the shock to affect the whole mental system. The fihock was ia reality a condition of Cl-Lealth. . Neither nervous shock nor any other condition of Hl-bealth, should be- ne Elected, Despite th fact that- the world ar becoming' more enlightened daily on. the necessities-of health many persons neglect attacks of nervousness. Don't do it Stop nervousness quickly. It ia adanger to health,, to life- Pepsi no! a great IkxatiW tbnib that acta quickly on thanervou&sys-' tem, sweetens the stomach, aids diges tion and makea life worth livings Ita ingredients are pure.. . Genuine Tepsinol is made only by The Peplax Medicine Co.,. Memphis, i -i " . is in stiict accorrlanp wili i . . f ,? lleJ ml Standards of the United 1 ftiu If "xmacopoeia. Git Pepsinol