LIFT OF CORNS! . "
Apply iew drops then lift sore,"
touchy corns off with
Doesn't hurt a Wit Drop a little
Freerone on an aching corn, instantly
that corn stops hurting, then you lift
U right out. Yea, magic!
A tiny bottle of Freefone costs but
few cents at any drug store, but is suffi
cient to remove every hard corn, soft
corn, or corn between the toes, and th
calluses, without soreness or Irritation,
Freesone s t-h sensational discovert
0f a Cincinnati genius. It iawondrrnL
THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. STTNDAV MORNING, OCTOBER 26, 1919.
TWO BRANCHES OF THE NAVAL
. SERVICE CLASH AT MAXENT TODAY
Two branches of the Xaval service
will clash at Maxent Park at two
o'clock this afternoon In what should
prove to be an interehting fame of
baseball. The team from the Flag
ship Rochester will meet the Aviators
and the contest between the seadoga
He Quit Cigarettes'
A wonderful relief from ilavr
cry to cigarettes la reported by
Chas. Ohneaarge. who had beea
addicted 141 years, and after
trying varioes so-called cores
la rain found Just the ntor
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T. Thousands of nerauns. both l sexes.
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and the blrdmen should be interesting.
The deep water-sailors have been
working out for a" few days and are
in good condition. The A viators had
the strongest club In town during the
summer, but later were weakened by
the loss of a large number of the
stars. New players have been coming
in lately. , however, and the manager
expects to put a good team in the
"LARK" TO ISLAND
TODAY, 3:00 P. M.
For the Hands
Snap Bo.. Ointment SOe.. Talcum Ke. Sample
rs, Llepa. E. Boston.
each mailed free by tjitleir
Announces that he can take only three more Piano pupils.
The Clutter Music House, Phone 15
"BLUEBIRD" BREAKS '.-
Lieut. Whltted's . Flying Boat Laid Up
' for Repairs. ..
The "Bluebird." Lieut. Arthur Whlt
ted's new flying boat, will be out of
commission . for perhaps two weeks
while awaiting a. new motor. Yesterday
when making his last flight for the day.
the crank-shaft of , Lieut. Whltted's
motor broke while he was about one
hundred feet in the air. He landed his
ship and was towed into , his landing at
Hunyan's slip, between Palafox and Jef
ferson, by a motor sailor from one of
th? destroyers In the harbor.
Lieut. Whltted regrets the . accident
very much, . as scores of people have en
tracred "hoDs" and the weather 5s now
Ideal for the sport. He will make up 'J
for lost time, however, when his new
motor arrives. .
FLORIDA INDUSTRIAL. , SCHOOL
EXHIBITS AT WEST FLORIDA
FAIR TO BE FEATURE.
FAffiiFOR MILLIONS IS
CAMPAIGN FOR ENDOWMENT
FUND FOR UNIVERSITY OF
SOUTH .WILL .NOT .BE COM
PLETED THIS YEAR.
One of the potential ingredients of
Kotalko for the hair If genuine bear
oil. procured through hunters at a large
cost. There are other active Ingre
dients not found In any other hair
f reparation. Kotalko is an ointment,
t has succeeded in many cases of
baldness, falling hair and dandruff
when every other hair lotion or treat
ment has proved futile. $300 guarantee.
Why become or remain bald if you
"an grow hair? If others have ob
tained a new growth through Kotalko,
mhy not youT Get a box at any busy
drug store or send 10 cents, silver or
stamps, for testing package to John
Hart Brittain, BX-Soi. Station F, New
York City. Show others this advt-
rp OT7 TVT T A T nn (O IT JT A "ITh
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Not only the exceptional beauty of the fabrics, the exquisite fashioning and unques
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THE lifiLllV IMir.
Marianiut. Oct. 25. At the Florida
industrial fair, which opens at Mari
anna next Tuesday, October 28, and
will continue through November 1,
the Florida Industrial School will oc
cupy a large and conspicuous space.
The exhibit will include a complete
industrial feature embracing cabinet
and wood work, painting, broom work.
brick made at the school, cement work,
blacksmith work, shoe repairing, also
agricultural and other industrial ex
hibits. These will demonstrate the
important work of the institution.
For October 29an invitation has
been extended to every candidate for
United States senator and representa
tive in congress from this district, to
gether with, all s)tate officers of
Florida, to be present and speak.
About twenty-seven have already ac
cepted the invitation.
The program for the day will be in
charge of a committee composed of
lion. lAmos K. Lewis, J. W. Russ, R.
IL Buford and "W. W. Bruce. AU
plans for the success of the fair have
been completed jind it is expected to
be one of the most successful expo
sitions ever held here.
Chattanooga, Tenn. Oct. 23. Bishop
A. W. Knight, vice-chancellor of the
University of the South at Sewanee,
Tenn., and chairman of the executive
committee of the million dollar endow
ment fund, is Just back from the tri
ennial general convention of the Epis
copal church in Letrolt,
Sewanee was prominently represen
ted at .the convention by alumni
bishops, rectors and laymen, and on
Saturday night, October 18th, Sewanee
Night was observed by a banquet at
tended by some of the most phomment
churchmen from the south. . Among
the speakers were Blhhop Gailor of
Tennessee, presiding bishop of the
House of Bishops of the general con
vention, and Bishop William Mercer
Green, of Mississippi.
Immediately upon the conclusion of
the convention in Detroit the Sewanee
campaign in the south will be given a
great stimulus by the return of their
IN POLICE CIRCLES
Judge Morey yesterday fined Bill
Manning and B. F. Whittle each $5 and
easts in connection with their respective
parts in the automobile accident which
occurred on Hayne street last week.
Manning left a truck on the streets
without lights and Whittle ran Into it.
Judge Morey fined Manning for failure
to .light hi3 lights and Whittle paid his
$3 for not being able to see the truck
and for alleged careless driving.
'SYRUP OF FIGS
Look at tongue! Remove poi
sons from stomach, liver
Accept "California" . Syrup of Flg3
only look for the name California on
the package, then you are sure your
child is having the best . and most
harmless laxative or physic for the lit
tle stomach, liver and bowels. Children
love its delicious fruity taste. Full
directions for child's dose on each
bottle. Give it without fear.
Mother! You must say "California.1
respective rtelds of many Interested
workers among the clergy and laity.
Several Important speaking tour
throughout the larger cities in th
south will be made by Bishop Gailor
and other prominent men.
The campaign for Sewanee will not
be completed lay the first of the year,
as was at first anticipated. The
nation-wide campaign for funds in the
Episcopal church which owns and con
trols the university will delay the
active . canvass in a number of the
principal dioceses, including North
Carolina, East Carolina, Missouri,
Texas, West Texas, and probably
others. However the campaign for
Sewanee In these dioceses . will begin
about the first of January and! the
"whole campaign will be completed
early In the year.
"LARK" TO ISLAND
TODAY, 3:00 P. M.
Cured His RUPTURE
X was badly ruptured while lifting- a trunk
several years ago. Doctors said tnjr only hope of
cure was an operation. Trusses did too so good.
Finally I sot hold of something that quickly and
completely cured me. Years have passed and the
rupture has never returned, although I am doing
hard work as a carpenter. There was no opera
tion, no lost time, no trouble. I have nothing to
sell, but will give full information about how you
may find a complete cure without operation, if
you write to me. Eugene M. Pullen. Carpenter,
61-F Marrellus Avenue, Msnasquan, N. J. Better
cur out this notice and show It to any others who
are ruptured you my save a 1'fe or at least stop
the misery of rupture and the worry and dangcf
of an operation.
Tells Pensacola Druggist Sale of
, Begy's Mustarine is Guaranteed
Makers Have So Much Faith in Its Mighty Power
That They Rigidly Guarantee It Not Only to
,You but to All Who Buy It.
Bbfly's Yellow Mustarine in Yellow Box '
Very soon the people of fls city and
state will know through the newspapers
about the best and quickest pain killer
on -earth. ..
A wonderful external remedy that
often ends influenza, cold in the chest,
sore throat, pleurisy or bronchitis over
It's called Begy's Mustarine and thou
sands of people who have suffered from
the agonizing pains of rheumatism have
round speedy. sure ana Djessea reuei
with one application.'
Everyone knows that neat eases pain
and there Is more concentrated non-
bllsterinit heat In a box of Begy's Mus
tarine than can be put in any other
box of -the same size.
Just tell your customers to rub on
Begy's Mustarine; it Is very pepetrating
and can't bJister.
Tell them to use It for sprains and
strains, for lumbago, neuritis, sciatica
and nurflle:!n. --
Remember that people who jse quick
acting Begy's Mustarlne once never go
back to slow-acting remedies that may
do good or may .not.
It's used extensively for, swellings, .
pains and aches of all kinds, arid Just
as soon as the pejle get to know how
much better it is than liniments, salves,
poultices, ,plasters, hot water bottles
and the like, the demand will exceed
Get your order in today your Jobber
has it and rt-member that If for any
reason it does not sell, you ' can have
your money back..
Remember also that ln selling Begy's
Mustarine to' your customers that we
guarantee It to do Just wat we say it
And if It doesn't, give 'th customer
his money back and we will make it
S. C. Wells and Co.. IxsRoy. N. T.,
makers of -Celery King, Dr. Carter's K.
& M. Tea, Shiloh and other good rem
Dignified Eyeglasses with Torlc Lense3
Jf A quiJ dignity characterizes theso Oxfords that is
highly becoming to some personalities. We study each
individual who comes to us for glasses and recommend
only those that serve the best purpose. Looks as well
as service are considered.
Our deeply curved Toric Len3es give you that wide
range of vision and snappy appearance so desirable.
Classes of just the right size and shape, perfectly fitted,
are the glasses you will be proud to wear.
ELEB ASH "JEWELRY CO.
112 South Pt
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WHY WAIT UNTIL SOME ONE TELLS
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THE CRYSTAL PHARMACY
Phone 921 Phone 922
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