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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 7, 1919.
i OWN YOUR HOME Pensacola Home and Sayings . Assn. . J. H. Bayliss, Sec'y 10 South Palafox. Phona 292 PENSACOLA LAUNCH & MACHINE CO. WILLARD SERVICE STATION Willard Storage batteries and Repair of All Makes Batteries Two Sets Marine Ways Machine Shop in Connection r : The Parlor Market "Home of All That's Pura FRESH WESTERN MEATS Poultry, Egg and Green Groceries) For Perfect Baking use WHITE CREST FLOUR I D. Kugelmarr-& Co. "Sole Agents ! Phones 666-667 " 0 : MORRIS BROS. All New Stock LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR Belmont and DevilUer Streets GENTS' FURNISHINGS I and 11 South Palaf ox Street PORRAS AUTO SUPPLY CX 117-119 W. Garden St. j Automobile Supplies maO, AcceaaortM PHONE 949 , J. P. REMICH & SONS Th Store That 8tisnW Remlch's Grocery Specials Always Satisfy ' PHONE 722 ! 1.1 i mmm 36 North Palaf ox. L. E: NOBLES & CO. Agents Hart Schaffner & Marx and Kirschbaum Suits 'Your Money's Work or Your Monej Back" S3 Soujh .Pabjfox Street, phooe 791 FALK'S Millinery and Ready-to-Wear yTorth Palaf ox. just above IsU . . Theatre WillC. Diffenderfer Jeweler Optician 1.4 South Palaf ox Street Let Us Be Your Miiirm... " Pasteurized Dalrv Products PENSACOLA DAntY CO. v23 W Garden St. Phons 132J MAKSTOJY & QUINA ' West Florid.'. Oldest Furniture House WcKee Refrigerators. Gtobr-Wernleki Book Cssn and Office Furniture !T. E. WILLIAMS & CO. ' Furniturs BOc E. Wright. Phone 1993 ' Th. Store for Women LA MODE 122-124 South Palafox Street Ladies' Garments and Fine Millinery THE BEST PLACE TO SHOP . AFTER ALL' We EurnJsK the Home Complete i - 1 1 Clutter Music House For More Than 23 Years 114 South Palafox Street Phone 15 THE PIANO SHOP TUNING and REPAHHNG Piano., Organs and Phonographs. 18-20 East , Garden Street. Phone 791. Borras Transfer Co. PHONE 1145 r fW Offices and Warehouse g pj& East Chase Street -T All Kinds of HauUnff " Your Business Solicited FOR RENT Electric Vacuum Cleaners PENSACOLA ELECTRIC CO Ceanmerclal DepartmeM . !-'-' PHONR SfllO , t THE MORGAN - THORSEN TRANSFER COMPANY j Truck or Team Service Phone 710 LEON FAIR HAS POLITICAL DAY HULLEY, HARDEE AND VAN C. SWEARINGEN MAKE SPEECHES. MANY CANDIDATES TAKE PART IN FESTIVITIES. ' Tallahassee, Nov. 6. Today was ob served as candidates day at the Leon County Fair and speeches were made CARY HARDEE Candidate for Governor. by Lincoln Hulley, Cary A. Hardee and Van C. Swearingen, candidates for governor. Others who spoke were II. Clay Crawford, candidate for 're-election as secretary of "jstate; William C. Hodges, a probable candidate for con gress, third district, and . Walter S. McLin, candidate lor state treasurer. John W.' Watson 'sent a message ex- INSIDE HISTORY OF PILGRIMAGE TO METROPOLIS JOHNNY JONES MAY HIRE A PORTER HERVEY BUYS CIGAR STAND S W E D I S H NAVY IS CAPTURED EATS. i (By Lucky) - When the inside history of the Pen sacola pilgrimage to Jacksonville is made known in full it will be readily understood why the Centennial work ers are confident this city has won. For instance, Eugene Roch, in a care fully worded speech, told a group of Jacksonville workers at the Seminole hotel of the political aspects of the case. The talk was listened to with close attention by a group of Tampa and Key West traveling men. Charles B. Hervey asserts that re ports of his buying a cigar Mfyid in the East Coast metropolis are-Ts,'rossly exaggerated. Every stenographer and clerk in the hotel was wearing a Pen sacola badge before the Deep Water citizens had been In town an hour. John Frenkel sang "Pensacola Town" to an appreciative audience and dis posed of almost as many badges as Mr. Heryey. Johnny had a very satis factory day but had to come home with the crowd. " Dick McGratln who manages the local end of .Wilson & Company's busi ness is against the promiscuous rais ing of hogs. Whenever Dick sees a razorback he says "There's a com petitor." Dick is an authority on "pep" and his speech in Drawing Room "A" was magnificent. 4& ' IP 0 VAN C. SWEARINGEN Attorney General and Candidate for Governor. pressing his regret that business en gagements prevented his being pres ent. Worth W. Trammell, a candidate for attorney-general, was also present hut stated that since Mr. Calkins was unable to be present he would not de liver an address. The attendance at the speaking was large and the candidates were given thoughtful and respectful attention. Immediately after the speaking a bar becue dinner ' was served on the grounds. Numerous candidates for county offices were circulating among the crowds but none of them offered to address the audience. 7 NAME "BAYER" ON GENUINE ASPIRIN Get relief without fear as told in "Bayer package , The Swedish Navy was captured by one of the newspapermen in the crowd and the exploits of the battle were re lated to an astounded audience. Any body who made the trip will furnish further details. Mister Bud Brown of N'Orleans may get a new job. Bud supplied the eats for the Pensacola bunch after con siderable urging. Johnny Jones may hire Bud but doesn't know what he could use the smiling porter for. Johnny split 50-50 with the porter for drumming up gem'men to be "breshed." Ben Hancock and Felo McAllister made out an injunction against the State Commission demanding that whatever is left of the ten thousand iron men appropriated by the 1919 legislature be turned over to the Pen sacola Boosters. Dr. Renshaw drew Lower 2 both ways and is deliberating as to whether he hould-proceed -against the R.- R company or Felo for staying awake nights. " - ' .There's no such word as "can't", . . says ma. The proper word is "can" A can of Dunbar's better still. Just ask the groe'ry man! , DOLLY DUNBAR Delicious l Plenty of DUNBAR'S SOUTHERN SYRUP. Now watch the plate of hot biscuits dwindle rapidly. Here's a regular meal in itself. Rich in the mellow fresh cane flavor. Boiled to a full smooth sweetness. Made with scrupulous care as to purity and cleanliness. A truly wholesome delicious syrup indeed. It has a warm spot in the hearts of both young and old. Pancakes, waffles, corn-bread, get a hearty wel come when there's DUNBAR'S SOUTHERN SYRUP on the table. Order a checkered can today. It has a substantial, nourishing food value economical, too. Vunbari Syrups are packed under several colored checkered labels. All are guaranteed highest quality. T. D. Tebault and Marco White were initiated into the mysteries of "Chey enne" dealing by F. M. Miller who represented the Central Trades and Labor Council at the meeting. In Cheyenne, it is understood guests are always invited to bring their own guns. Pretty marly all the pilgrims are looking for a stranger from the car ahead who-left the train before reach ing Jacksonville. HERO YORK WILL VISIT FLORIDA The "Bayer Cross is the signature of thetrue "Bayer Tablets .of Aspirin." Aspirin prescribed by physicians for over eighteen years. In every handy "Bayer" package are proper directions for Colds, H eadache. Toothache, Earache, Neuralgia, Rheu matism, Lumbago, Sciatica, Neuritis and for Pain generally. Tin boxes of 12 tablets, cost only a few cents. Druggists also sell larger "Bayer packages. Aspirin is the trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of Mono- aceticacidster of Salicylicacid. Adv. The greatest hero In the late war is Sergeant Alvin C. York, of Tennes see, who single handed and alone killed eight Huns and captured over thirty and marched them in as prisoners. Sergeant York is very much inter ested in the campaign for the sale of the Red Cross Christmas Seals and is vice chairman of the campaign in Ten nessee. Those directing the work in Florida have invited Sergeant York to visit this state in the interest of the work, and they feel assured that he will do so sometime during the latter part of this month. Sergeant York feels a deep interest in the movement because he appreciates the work being done against tuberculosis and his serv ices are free to make the drive which takes place December 1-10 a success. His name and fame is known in every household in America and his popular ity has been strengthened by his ex treme modesty. Should he come to Florida and it seems now assured, it will be a notable occasion. Governor Roberts, of Tennessee, is the chairman of that state, and he has been requested to release Sergeant Yo-k for the Florida visit. The Jack sonville Chamber of Commerce, Mayor Martin and other organizations of that city have invited Sergeant York and as soon as it is known that he will come, extensive preparations will be made to receive him with the honors due America's most distinguished and most modest hero. Piiraraips h fr Ask Your Grocer for the 'O . . J J . y. eat 1 AHL&jet Lii ill e -v rt m- LB mM A d'ii iM'a ftltf Teia h J " I II V KM & EXPRESS RULES TO BE CHANGED AGENT C. B. COLLIER TAKES STEPSVTO PUT NEW PACKING REGULATIONS INTO EFFECT. EXPERT VULCANIZING Cord or Fabric Tires O. K. TIRE SHOP 24 W. Garden St. Bob Hixson Phone 046 212 SPalafccc Steps have been taken by Agent Collier in charge of the city express office, to prepare for the new express packing requirements, which go into effect December 10. He has been ad vising express shippers to study the new rules, which have been approved by the United States Railroad Admin istration, so that they may be able to adjust their packing methods to -the fortneoming new standards. Under the new regulations which are J embodied in what is known technically as Supplement No. 5 to Express Classi fication No. 2G, all shipments sent by express weighing over 25 pounds, must be packed in wooden containers, or cartons of fibre-board, puip board, or corrugated strawboard material, of specified "test strengths." This means according to Agent Collier that after December 10, packages over 25 pound limit will not be accepted for forward ing by the American Railway Express Company, handling the express busi ness of the entire country, as agent of the Railroad Administration, if only paper wrapped. Nor will ordinary paper boxes, wrapped or unwrapped, be accepted as suitable protection for these heavier shipments. The regula tions, however, do not effect shipments under 25 pounds. Regular shippers Agent Collier stat ed, will not be mystified by the new regulations, as they follow very close ly the packing requirements long in vogue in the freight service. The Ex press regulations, however, "allow a little more latitude in the size of the carton used. The enforcement of the new rules was postponed until Decem ber 10, so that shippers would have plenty of time to prepare themselves for this change in express packing standards. 5 Agent Collier expressed the opinion that these new rules win not work any hardship on shippers, Imt should op erate distinctly in their interest; as the rules will provide additional safe guards for merchandise in transit. Moreover, they will establish a uni formity of express packing rules which heretofore has been lacking. The "new order does not effect he movement of food products by express, which are ordinarily shipped - in crates or barrels. j "We believe, stated Agent Collier, in explaining the new regulations, "that the shipping public will welcome the new standards when they under stand them, and the reason for putting them into effect. "Never before in the history of the country has the express traffic reached such proportions as it has assumsd to day. At the same time, there has been comparatively little increase in the amount of car space available for this business. We have been asked to carry heavier shipments and commodi ties of every conceivable kind. "Before the war, it was possible for car messengers to spread their freight out on the floors of the express cars without much congestion. Today .we are running dozens of through cars between the big cities and everyone of those cars is packed to capacity. There has been a similar congestion in the local runs. "This has made it necessary for ex press shipments to be stacked. As a result, individual shipments have had to be strongly enough packed to be able to stand up for themselves, and owing to the lack of uniformity in this regard the new regulations were form ulated and finally approved by the Railroad Administration. The stronger containers required, we believe, will very perceptibly help to improve the express service and to protect the mis cellaneous articles of merchandise travelling through this channel from damage or interference en route. An extensive educational campaign is planned to explain to express ship pers how the new requirements will operate in the various trades which depend upon the express service for the movement of the bulk of their out put and also to instruct express em ployes regarding acceptance of matter for shipment under the new'standarda. Agent Collier will be able to supplj shippers with copies of the Supplemen No. 5 to Express Classification No. 26 in which the new rules are outlined If detail. ciearmeSKin KFwincimcura I Dnwrtft; Sw. Oinhft Toi 2Sc txflu We Greet You and invite the people of Pensacola to drop in and get acquaint ed. We have opened and will operate a thoroughly SANITARY FISH MARKET Fish ,0ysters, Shrimp, Lobsters, Little Neck Clams, etc., Received Fresh Daily.' Apalachicola Oysters, qt, 75e THESE OYSTERS ARE THE FINEST OF THE SEASON Phone We Make a Specialty of Phone 914 'Salt Fish of All Kinds. 914 Our Prices Combat the High Cost of Living" APALAGHA OYSTER & SHRIMP DEPOT Phone 914 CAMP & COLLINS, Proprietors 137 East Intendencia St.