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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 29, 1919.
ROTARIANS ARE FOR GOOD ROADS Committee on Public Affair to Inves tigate and Recommend Action. At ,hf. weekly luncheon of the Ro tjry Club at the San Carlos yester-th- matter of hurrying the con-Jruru'-n of the Barrancas road was jrought before the body and animat or cussed. The matter was re ferred to the committee on public af- uho will investigate ana recom- aetion at the meeting of the next Tuesday. A'.mital Plunkett's letter to City C, n n.isioner Pou was also discussed r;,l several members expressed the noV'-.-sity of lending every assistance po.-iiilf for the protection of the men the fleet. Visitors present at the luncheon who brief addresses were: cnanes II. f.iir OORT of 1 ENSACOLA m: it. ' n. civil engineer of Talmetto, j MrKerzie, Y. M. C. A. worker, of S.Ji.ev, Australia, now stationed at Xaval Air Station and Franklin nf Xew York, a son of Mr. and !r C. F. Zeek, of Pensacola. nr y. r. M. Kennedy discussed the -ating of Pensacola in a report just na,!o by an officer of the U. S. Public Health Service and. means of bettering the rating- given. A campaign to this , r..l w ill be mapped out. Oliver J. Semmes, the latest mem ior of the club, was introduced by i-ipt. Aiken, and responded with a i-itl'py speech. USE EVESlNHEN BUYING ASPIRIN Take Tablets Without Fear, if Marked With the Safety 'Bayer Cross." T- pet penulne "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" you must look for the, safety I'. tyer Cross" on each package and on ra.-h tablet. The "Bayer Cross" means true, wr.rl.l-famous Aspirin,, prescribed by physicians for over eighteen years, and proved safe by millions for Colds, II..Kliche. Earache, Toothache, Neu ralsia. Lumbago, Neuritis, tind for Fain in general. Proper and saf9 di rections are in each unbroken "Bayer" package. Handy tin boxes of 12 tablets cost but a few cents. Druggist3 also sell larger 'Bayer" packages. Aspirin Is the trade mark of Bayer Manufacture i f MonoaceticaciJester of Salicylicacid. Adv. IN POLICE CIRCLES Vessels in Port. Cruiser The U. S. cruiser Rochester, stream. Destroyers. Caldwell, Calhoun. Stevens. McKee. Robinson. Ringgold. Harding.- Mere dith, Bush, Hopewell. Thomas. Abbott. Southard, Belknap. MeCook. Laub. Supply Ship. U. S. S. Dixie, stream. Leonidas. Steamers. The American steamer West Caruth, Tarragona ,wharf (unloading).' The Italian steamer Rovigno,-G. P. & N. dock (bunkering) The American steamer Florida, stream (bunkering destroyers.) The Cuban steamer Olivant, Tarra gonna wharf. (Discharging cargo). , The shipping board steamer Escam bia, Tarragona wharf, (loading). The American steamer Argenta. G. F & A. dock (bunkering). The Italian steamer Atlantico, from Galveston. Schooners. The American schooner, Sara E. Turner, stream (loading). The Cuban schooner.. Gabriel Palm er, stream (loading). Barges. The Aiken barge Consul, stieam. The Aiken barge George T. , Locke, stream. Beiges, Aiken barge Bobhv-IIo. Tal- afox wharf. American barge, Coastwise, gee wharf (loading). American barge Iberia, (loading). American barge. Smith stream (loading). , Aiken barge, Jackson, stream (load ing). , Aiken barge Ario, stream. The American barge Madison, stream. The American barge Ethel Clarke, stream. Tugs. Aiken tug Simpson, Palafox wharf. The Aiken tug Sea King, Palafox wharf. - Tugs. Aiken tug Xueroy, Palafox wharf. The American tug, Bathalum, Tar ragona wharf. The Aiken tug Dixie, Palafox wharf. The Aiken tug Nellie. Palafox wharf. The Shipping Board tug Baranca, Tarragona wharf. Smacks. . The following smacks are at Saun ders wharf: Maud F. Sllva, Francis B. Silvia, Clara M. Littlefield, Louise F. Harper, Seaconnet. Sheffeyld, Eesco, Ida S. Brooks. Yakima, Emelia Enos, Fish Hawk. Virginia. The following smacks are at the Warren wharf: Algonia, Clara O. Sil- va, Seminole, Culebra. .mma. Jane, Galatea, Hope. Mary B. Greer, Mln eola, Osceola, Silas Stearns, William Hays Rena A. Percy, Washakie, Henry P. Williams, Barcelona. trand, to T. O. Flllette & Co. ARRIVALS. Steamers. ; ' The Italian steamer Atlantico, from Galveston. - Schooners. The American schooner Irma. . . Barks. . J . The Spanish bark Flores No. 2. SAND KEY PASSINGS. Key West, Oct. 28. Passed Sand Key, 27th bound west. Romulus Mirlta. Br.; 28th: Federal, Bridge. Lake LIcoco, lammershus Dan, West Ashawa; bound east 25th Thepphano SIderidan, Greek. Musco- Tbe Strong Withstand the Heat of Summer Better Than the Weak. Old people who are feeble and younger people who are weak, will be strengthened and enabled to go through the depressing heat of sum mer hy taking GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC. It purifies and enriches the blood and builds tip the whole system. . You can ..socr. feel its Strengthening, Invigorating Effect. 60c Adv. - WOODMEN HOLD JOINT SESSION WORK BEGUN BY CITY - t ON NEW LANpiNG DOCK Landing Point Will Accomodate. Small Vessels. M any -Work began yesterday on the erec tion of the new landing -docks by the city on the west side of Palafox street. The docks are being built over the wreckage of the old docks at the point and will be 80 by. 240 feet. Contractor Charles Villar is in charge of the work. The new docks have been a neces sity for soirle time, but the recent ad vent of the destroyer fleet to this port has made their immediate construction imperative. , WILL TENDER LUNCHEON TO REV. DR. PICKARD All Baptists are Invited to the San Carlos Thursday. i Chattanooga, Tenn,' who will speak at the mass meeting to be held at tht First Baptist church Thursday night in the interest of the 75 million drive. All members of the Baptist churches of Pensacola." and surrrounding cities are invited to the luncheon and In or der that the necessary arrangements may be made they are requested to notify any , one of the following by early afternoon today: Rev. J. A. Ans ley. Rev. A. C. Odom, Jr., W. B. Strick land," Lee Gentry or A. V. Hatton. . A luncheon will be given Thursday at one o'clock at the San Carlos hotel in honor of the Rev. Dr. Plckard of Class of Twenty - . Eight Candidates Recieve Protection- Degress A class of-twenty-eight candidates was received by the Woodmen of the World at a Joint meeting at Hickory Camp , last night.. Camps taking part in the session were Hickory, Live Oak. Olive and Muscogee. The meeting was one of the most interesting held In many weeks and much enthusiasm was displayed. stream Af. r fWt n nnanrHrlM er,y Ulr-liUlSJUlixJli Judeg Morey yesterday fined Jack I'aniels. a negro, $50 and costs after a borough investigation of the automo- v: accident which occurred at Guille- marde and Gadsden streets about a vek ago. Three automobiles were ii the collision and two white men. i;.-.irce Petrolis and Isadore Lowry v,.r,. severely injured at the time. WH- r.v pscs for the negro's case instead of udir.g helped to convict him. The oc cupants of the other cars in the accl- iltr.t were exonerated. Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days Prucsists refund money if PAZO OINTMENT f.iils to cure Itching, Blind. Weeding or Protruding Piles. Stops Irritation: Soothes and Heals. You ran pet restful sleep after the first ipi'licution. Price 60c. Adv. AMERICAN NATIONAL BUYS CITY BONDS JIDVr liCJirr. FFlre. WS7 f (I QUICK RELIEF- NO ACETANIVIOC no dope NO DOOZE irS RELIABLE FOR HEADACHE BARRACKS is made with this reinforced Ob' long Cable'Cord Buttonhole. An , exclusive feature of OLDEST BRAND IN AMERICA ft LmiTC D iWHT A CC1LM CO. fNOT, M. V. (ft) ftose&efar Complexion Smooth and vehretr th petals of a ro.e fa the complexion aided by Nadine Face Powder Thie delicate beautlfier Impart, an indefinable ' charm a charm which line era In the memory." The smooth texture of Nadin a d h r a until washed ofL It preventa sunburn or the return of discoloration. Its coolness ia refresh- ' Ine. and it cannot, bavtm . the tendereet akin, c . Nadlna Pace Powder beautifies millions of com plexion, today. Wbynot yours? Sold in Cms Bouse Oniy. At leading toilet cotmltri. If the) haven't it, t j maU tOa ' NATIONAL TOILET COMPANY, Farts. Teu. FletJs WhUm I ED. VESSELS EXPEC Steamers. The Spanish steamer Saurez. from Gibraltar. Schooners. The American schooner Mary lion son Gruener from West Africa, Br schooner Leo Le Blanc. Xorwegian motor schooner Furus- S35.COO Certificates of Indebtedness Bid in by Local Bank. Tho American National bank was the successful bidder for the $35,000 certificates of indebtedness Issued by 'tf r.ty of Pensacola. The bonds were r: i by the city commissioners to the fcai'.k at par value. They are dated r ni .November 1. 1919, and will ma ture November 1, 1922. The regular meeting of the city com missioners will be held at ten o'clock Thursday morning. Rheumatism Is completely trashed out of the system by the celebrated bhivar Mineral Water. to& itively guaranteed by money-back offer, rastes fine: costs a trifle. Delivered any where by our Pensacola Agents, West Flo vda Grocery Co. Fbone them. Your Best Asset i A Skin Cleared By uticura boap P u, umnaeit se a w, Talram 2S of Cwunrm. Daps. S. lain." Foley's Honey and. Tar COMPOUND ANTOLD RELIABLE FAMILY REMEDY, recommended for coughs, colds, tickling of the throat, rpasmodic "p, whooping cough, la grippe, aal Btoachial coughs, hoarseness, etc. The First Dose Cave Relief .C. E. Summsrs. Holdr3a. NH.. wriisst .D ago I contracts! s vary sevara cou! , 0 fd dua lo axposura. My coub got so bed hardly slaep tor two or threa nigbta. A J:rct mma racommaode'l Foley'a Honey sod Lotnuouns". sod I sot a 60c bottla. The very iy ralwTad me. 1 took a second dose J"-" oicg to b-6 and can truthfully say 1 aVt ,. c-- 1 once all oint. By usins as directed .t,r.I! two days my couch ru entirely Son. J1 1 Foley's Horny and Tar full cnxW peedy and permanant recovery."" Fcr more than thirty years filey s Honey and Tar has been "J tztth satisfaction and success. Shapeliness in Shoes With the new styles one tells her shoe size fearless ly, knowing that it is not the size of the shoe but its cut that determines the ap pearance of her feet. This smart lace boot looks dain ty and attractive in any size. As to fitting, you have for that our reputation. Shown in Black Kid and all wanted colors $9 to $15 3 The Meyer Shoe Co. Peasacola's Pofular Shoe Store JLers as mans A best pal is his smoke Pive em our smoKe Ches. Field A real smoke Chesterfield. The choicest of expensive aromatic Turkish tobaccos. the finest of sun-ripened Domestic leaf, blended by an original and exclusive method that can't be imitated. In the blending of these costly tobaccos, our experts have brought out a new flavor and a mellow richness surpassing that bi any cigarette you ever smoked. Chesterfields sure do satisfy; not in flavor alone, but in value, in quality, even in their superior moisture-proof wrapping that keeps them firm and fresh always. You want "satisfy" that's sure. You get it only in Chesterfields. . : 20 for 20 cents . . tksZ J. A J ind the blend . can't be copied Fine Suits for Young Men W; have assembled our Fall stocks with our usual lav- ishness, bringing together a comprehensive representation of America's leading clothes mak ers fully worthy of our repre sentation. Come in and see the new styles ; choose while the size and color ranges are complete. These suits are designed and made by Kraft of Rochester and Schloss Bros. & Co., of Baltimore and ; New York. There are r snappy ) waist seam belted styles in ' browns, greens and iridescent shades of cashmeres and wor steds. The more conservative 'models for older men are also . shown.' $25, $35, $40, up to $60 The Boys Are Also Included AN exceptional lot of Suits for the little fellows, Suits which have been made along the proper lines to give the maximum of comfort, style and wearing qualities; Suits for real service. - A group of SUITS in corduroys, blue serges, velvets, fancy worsteds, cashmeres, in a wide color range, including Shepherd plaids. These are all late models and are fuum aa a co-.. priced at $6, $7.50 and $10. DUTCH SAILOR SUITS In white, trimmed with navy blue, collars and cuffs, black sailor's knot, $3.00 JACK TAR SUITS V with two pair3 of trousers oe knickers and on long pair, $5.00 A NEW ARRIVAL. of Wash Suits, the Oliver Twist combination style. They are white with . black trimming, white with blue trimming, ail bjue -then there are jsome with, white blouse ahef blue pants, collars and cuffs, white witK grey collars and cuffs with l:tce trimming, and cadet blue "Kiddie cloth trimmed with white. They are of the famous "Kaynee" m k $3.00, $4.50, $5.00 Watson-Parker & Reese Everything to Wear IS Flowers For November 1st and 2nd. Place Your Order Now With NELLIE M. BOYSEN, Florist Phone 1800 18 West Garden 5or. Choicest Flowers on All Souls' and Saints' Day. Chrysanthemums Large, Medium, Small. Carnations Pink, White and Red. Roses Pink, White and Red. CUT FLOWERS Change of Prices at Roch's Restaurant ' s Roch's Restaurant had hoped lo maintain the prices which had prevailed there since 1881 and has made no ad vance, but now it is found that an advance is absolutely necessary, so beginning with November 1, 1919, the fol lowing prices will prevail : Coffee, 10c; Coffee and Rolls, 15c; Coffee and Dough nuts, 15c; Cake, 10c; Sandwiches, 15c. 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., 26 South Palafox Street. Send Your Old Shoes to West End Shoe Store For th Best and Newest Work in Repairs AU Work Guaranteed . 321 North DeVillier Street PHONE 2032. Phone 1788 Carter Brokerage Co. Export Freight Brokers, and Forwarders Let us engage your apace when you want room for export. We are al ways posted as to lowest freight rata and available space). Room 405, Thiaasn Bldg., Psnsaoola. THE QUALITY SHOP 125 S. Palafox St. Ladies' to Wear I