THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 25, 1919.
the would-be diner asked. "How long
hap this restaurant been open?"
"Two years," answered the proprie
tor. "I am sorry I did not know it be
fore," said the guest. "I would be bet
ter off if I had come here then."
" "Tea." smiled the proprietor, very
much pleased. "How is that?"
"I should probably have been served
by this time if I had." said the puest
who left the restaurant in a rage.
Which remlnls us to again tell you
that prompt and courteous service is a
feature of our store that you can abso
lutely "bank on." No waiting no de
lay. The minute your choice is made
you will find salespeople at ycur side
ready to take your order.
Gulf City Coffee Co.
Roasters, Blenders, Shippers
10711 East tntendeneia Stnet ,
115 North Palafox
Everything for the Housewife
Kosique Bros.' Garage
, 107-9 West Garden Street
j Phone 949
Expert Automobile Repairing
Notice to Ice Consumers
Oar wunn sm
IM VWnimM will r.U.u -
Klirhf and report o discourtesy ot
SOUTHERN UTILITIES CO.
ENSACOLA ICE COMPANY
J. P. REMICH & SONS
"Th Store That 8tlfiV
Remlcb's Grocery Specials
J 6 North Palafox.
3 CANS, 25c
I Garden Cash Grocery
Garden and DevlIIUr
' PKn 2027
prinfi: Garden Marke.
Groceries of All Kinds
HIKE DROSSOS & CO Irop
JViU C. Dif f enderf er
. Jeweler Optician
' 14 South Palafox Street
odatc Finishing Picture Framing
Kodak and Filma Anaeo Cameras
Millinery and Ready-to-'Wear
Korth Palafox. just above Ish
I , FASHION SHOP
EXCLUSIVE SHOP FOR READY
TO WEAR AND MILLINERY
: 173 PHONES 174
iMARSTON & QUINA
' West Florida's Oldest Fitrnitura
MeKee Refrigerators. Globr-Wernlek
Book Cases and Office Furniture
t. E. WILLIAMS & COi
90c E. Wright.
The Store for Women
122-124 8outh Palafox Slree
Ladies' Garments and Fine
-THE BEST PLACE TO SHOP
We Furnish the Home
! v Complete
1 j" -y
L . .. . L
Y oif 11 Wamt ' Prompt
Service Too, Now that
Christmas Is So Near
We can fix the people of Pensacola with Christmas
Gifts for all their friends. 4 ,
WE AREVER ALUMINUM
AMERICAN MADE TOYS
V : from
Ray's Corner Hardware
Right at Ray's Right on the Corner
The Watson Agency
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
RENT COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY
No. 8 South Palafox Street
Cord or Fabric Tires
O. K. TIRE SHOP
24 W. Garden St.
HOFFMAN & SELLERS AUTO CG.
Kelly-Springfield and Firestone Tires.
Oils and Greases
57-59 East Gregory Street. Phone 825.
Good Things to Eat
Opposite Post Office
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
10 South Palafox
Phones 6, 93, 119, 134
When You Think of Coal, Thin
THE QUALITY SHOP
125 S. Palafox St.
Ladies' to Wear
Cart erBrokerage Co.
Export Freight Brokers
Let us engage your pace when yoo
want room for export. We are al
ways posted as to lowest freight rata
find available space.
Room 405, Thiesan Bldg., Pensacola.
Evans Power Cycle and Cycle
motor The Cycle Motor Sales Co.
T. T. Wentworih, Jr.'s Store
Cor. Belmont and Davis Sts.
LONDON WOOLEN MILLS
Get Your Fall Suit
117 South Palafcx
JOE L. LICATA
EXPERT SHOE REPAIRING
8 E. Intendencia. Phone 282
NEW DRY GOODS STORE
31 South Palafox Street
Send Your Old Shoes to
West End Shoe Store
For the Best and Newest Work in
All Work Guaranteed
321 North DeVillier Street
Cash or credit
Supplies and Repairs.
Your business appreciated.
T. T. WENT WORTH, JR.
Cor. Belmont and Davis streets.
Pensacola's Representative Store
We Will Bond You
918 Phones 919
OWN YOUR HOME
Pensacola Home and Savings
. Assn. .
J. H. Bayliss, Sec'y
10 8outh Palafox. Phon 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.
"Y" TEAM LOSES TO
, PENSACOLA CLUB
Newer Organization - Wins
Fought Bamo, 14 to 0.
The Pensacola club, newly organ
ized of shipyard workers mostly, but
including several non-shipyard play
ers, defeated the "Y" team 14 to 0 at
ilaxent Park yesterday evening.
A week ago the "Y" team lost to
the high school and it looks as if the
high school bunch and thePenscaola
club might stage a warm game.
NOT SICK ENOUGH
Are You Somewhere Between Perfect
Health and Actual Illness?'
Many people are working and walk
ing about, who, though not actually
sick, feel far from well. In nearly
every cate the cause is constipation.
Constipation prevents the poisons
from leaving the body. These poisons
result in headaches, shaky nerves and
drooping vitality and unless taken
care of immediately result in serious
If the bowels refuse to act regu
larly use Tennille's Liver Pills. One
or two will clear the system of the
accumulated poisons and bring you
back to perfect health.
25 pills cost only 25 cents. One or
two pills are always sufficient. If
your druggist can't supply you ask
him to order them for you. There are
no others "just as good." adv.
MEYER SHOE CO.
GROVER'S SOFT SHOES
For Tender Feet
REED'S "BETTER BREAD
FOR SALE BY ALL FIRST
CLASS STORES '
REED'S SANITARY BAKERY
Palafox and Gregory Streeta
Louisville & Nashville R. R.
ArrVal and departure of passenger
trains at Pensacola. Fla.
The following schedule figures pub
lished as Information and not- guaran
teed. (Central Standard Time)
6:30 p.m; Montgomery Bir
Louisville, Cincinnati 12:30 p.m.
6:30 p.m. St. Louis, ' Chicago,
Memphis 12:30 p.m.
6:30 p.m Atlanta, Washing
ton, New Tork .... 12:30p.m.
6-4G euro. Montgomery, . Bir
Louisville, Cincinnati 10:45 p.m.
6:45 a.m. Memphis, St. Louis,
Chicago 10:45 pam.
6:45 a.m. New Orleans, Mo
bile ........ ...... 10:45 p.m.
6:45 a.m. Atlanta, Washing
ton, Now Tork .... 10:45p.m.
6:45p.m. "Mobile Local '. ... 6:00a.m.
9:45 a.m. Jacksonville, Talla
hassee 6:15 a.m.
10:25 p.m. Jacksonville, Talla
hassee 6:56 p.m.
" Daily except Sunday.
RELIEVE INDIGESTION OR
DYSPEPSIA, TAKE A
Before and Aft
C- 25 Cents Bow
THE CRYSTAL PHARMACY
THE LE ADER
218 S. Palafox St.
THEY ALL RAVE OVER IT
THE LIZZIE SCOOTER
If Sou Drive a Ford Investigate,
ToU Will Eventually Own One.
H. A. Beard, Route 1.
There Is None So Good
Chero-Cola Bottling Works
Vessels in Port.
The U. S. cruiser Rochester, stream.
17. S. S. Dixie, stream. ,
Bush, Chandler' Stevens, Robinson,
McCalla, Meredith, - Fairfax. Taylor,
Calhoun, Harding, McKean, , Ingram.
Bancroft, Sigourney, Barney, Blakely.
Connor, McKee, Belknap and Abbott,
The American steamer "West Caruth,
Tarragona wharf (unloading).
The Shipping Board, steamer Pon
chatrain, stream (loading).
The Cuban- steamer Ollvant, Tarra
gonna wharf, (Discharging cargo).
The shipping board steamer Escam
bia. Tarragona wharf, (loading).
The American steamer Florida,
I The - American schooner, Sara E.
Turner, stream (loading).
The Cuban schooner, Gabriel Palm
er, stream (loading).
Beiges. Aiken barge lobbv-Ho, Pal
American barge. Coastwise, Musco
gee wharf (loading).
American barge . Iberia, stream
American barge, Smlth-Terr.y
Aiken barge, Jackson, stream (load
ing). . . .
The Texas company barge Sabino,
Stream, . (unloading).
Aikec barge Ario, stream.
Tuers. Aiken tug Ieroy, Palafox
The American tug, Jim Sid. Palafox
The American tug, Bathalum, Tar
The Aiken tug Dixie. Palafox wharf.
The Aiken tug "Nellie, Palafox
Aiken tug Sim pso-, Palafox wharf,
via, Ariola, Caldwell H. Colt, Barce
lona Seminole, Culebra Emma Jane,
Galatea. IIoDe. Mary B.. Greer, Mine-
ola. Osceola, Silaa Steams. William J
Hays, Pena A. Percy, Washakie, Hen
ry P. Wivliams.
The following smacks are at Saun
ders' wharf: Yakima, Maud F. Sllva,
Francis V. Silvia, Clara M. Little,
field, Louise F. Harper. Alcina, Sea
connet, Eesco, Sheffeyld, Flora J.
Sears, Ida S. Brooks, Mary E. Cooney,
Ida M. Sllsa, Ruth A. Welles. Clara R.
Harwood, Angielena, Cavalier, Lettie
G. Howard, Emelia Enos, and Fish
The following smacks are at the
Warren wharf: Algonia, Clara G. Sll-
American steamer Oregon to Mobile.
The Spanish steamer Saurez, from
Gibraltar. . .
The American schooner Mary lon
son Gruener from West Africa.
SAND KEY PASSINGS
Key West, Oct. 24. Passed Sand
Key, 23rd., west bound: Wieldreach,
(Dutch), U. M. Guffey; Nubian, (Br.).
24th. Alta Calavaras. Brlarleaf, Hy
lalco. East bound: 24th, Indian -(Br.)
Refreshing flavor and fragrance and un
usual mellow-mildness make Camel Ciga
rettes instantly and permanently likable!
CAMELS are a cigarette revelation ! They
are a smoke delight! They answer the
Came ar mold mnrytrher in
mdmtHicmlly matted pmckafa
of 20 cigarwttam ; or tmn pack
a (200 cigarottomi in a
Wm atrongly recommend thta
carton tor tha homo or offkm
aupply or wham you traraL
18 cents a package
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.
I 1 g CXg---T-- 2 y Winston-Salem, N- C
WPT" 11111 " rtfiWt,
Mary Pickford as Amy, "The Hood
lum," Trades European Trip
for Slum Gullion.
- Mary Pickford has a most versatile
part in her last production from her
own studios, "The Hoodlum," which
will be seen again at the Isis theatre
Amy Burke, played by Miss Pickford,
Is first seen as the pampered grand
daughter of the wealthy Alexander
Guthrie, a hard-hearted man whose
love Is confined only to his money and
to Amy. Beside her father, Amy is
blessed by no other relatives. And
the father is a sciological writer
whose books makes imperative his
presence In the toughest and most
sordid tenement street in Xew York.
Eschewing a trip to Europe with her
grandfather, Amy decides to live in
the slums with her father while he
writes the book which is expected to
make him famous.
Rather than Jeopardize her father's
work. Amy decides to adapt herself
to surroundings and wins the friend
ship of the poor but whole-souled as
sociates. She became the meanest
lookingglrl In Creighton street, the
infallible crap shooter, a fearless
shlmmle dancer and a "come-on-kid"
for thugs, street sweepers and colossal
How Amy's kindly nature Is awak
ened through her association with the
poor to an extent which leads her to
dress as a boy and attempt to rob
her grandfather's home in the de
sire to vindicate the man her grand
father Jailed and whom she loves,
leads to a surprising climax.
2.75 "Licker" as Toothache Remedy,
- Sends Youth Crime-Ward.
Added proof to the old adage that
"love is blind," is given in "Burglar
by Proxy," Jack Pickford's latest film,
which will run at the Isis theatre to
morrow. Jack Robin, played by Pickford. falls
in love with the voice of Dorothy
Mason on a delicious spring after
noon while driving his trim little road
ster down a society avenue in his
Not the cheapest, but worth
all it costs
Full value in the coffee. No
Always in tins, at grocers.
CHEEK-NEAL COFFEE CO.
Itshville, Houston, Jacksonville, Richmond
cigarette question as it has never before been
answered. Your' taste will prove that!
Camels are an expert blend of choice Turkish
and choice Domestic tobaccos which you will
greatly prefer to either kind of tobacco smoked
straight. Your test proves that!
This expert blend brings out Camels wonder
ful cigarette qualities. It eliminates any un
pleasant cigaretty aftertaste or any unpleasant
cigaretty odor ! It also makes possible Camels'
enticing mildness while retaining the full
"body" of the tobaccos.
No matter how much you like Camels and
how liberally you smoke them, they will not
tire your taste !
-For your own satisfaction compare Camels
with any cigarette in the world at any price I
home town. Despite the wnrry f,e.
casioned him by the toothache !.. f,
that he must find out from viipnct
those sweet sounds come.
Stopping his car Jack Inns over
a flower-covered fence to soo mroth
Mason singing and playing Iv.t owr
accompaniments on a baby prar.fi
piano. The scene thrills him tj his
love-sick soul. That music ami tH'
girl seem to him to bo as v.i.if.rfu'
as spring itself.
While wondering what nv ms to
adopt to get an introduction,
notices that he has a flat tiro. Ji,.
puts the automatic air pump to work,
goes back to look at the g-irl and
bang! An explosion from a tiro Mw-out
brings the girl dashing down the
lawn to ascertain tho trout. Ther.
Jack gets a great Idea, lie is taktr
into the Mason home unconscious, it
seems. And then his troubles b g;n.
"Y" JUNIORS HAVE
Medal presentation corfmonlod a.
tho Y. M. C. A. las night drew 14.;
Junior boys and their parent arid
friends. The presentation poct!;
was made by Forsytho Caro, called
"Buddy," who spoke interestini;ly and
Dudley Gunn received a silver modal
for the highest standing in th" indoor
and outdoor meet, and bronze riKdi;s
were presented to VViil Kos-naa,
Stephen Klein and I Raymond M;irsh.
Following the presentation a trip?
of gymnastic exercises consisting oj
floor, box and mat work, was put on
by the boys. Miss Coleman pave a
reading and Miss Pulliam played sev.
tral piano selections.
permanently disappear after drinking tij
celebrated Shivar Mineral Water. PositirtI
guaranteed by money-back offer. Tastei
fine; costs a trifle. Delivered anywhere by
pur Pensacola Agents, West Florida Cri
XSy Co. Phona them.
for skin trouble
For over twenty years, physicians have
r He n Rcsinol Ointment in the treat-
i ment I many skin and scalp troubles.
The; prefer it because it bo quickly stopi
itching an! burning, and clears away
rednes- riwn ss, crusts or scales. Thev
know, too, that it contains only the
genlUs 'of h.ling materials, which couid
not injure or irritate the tendercst skin.
Why not try it for your skin ?
Resinol Ointment and Keaincl Soap rt sHViU
eVusiri'. Formplc free, write to D.!t. I X,K
iaaX, Baltimore,. Ut Rttuwl oaf or tour W.
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