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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 7, 1919.
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RERJAnKADLE GUACIANTEE OF
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We guarantee a saving of one-third
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the same size, witlr soft coal, lignite
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use less hard coal for heating a given
space . than - any base burner made
with the same size lire pot. . '
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Sf PERSONAL MENTION. X
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INCORPORATED
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
RENT COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY :
. No. 8 South Palafox Street
PHONE 54
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Mr. S. "W. Anderson, of Chicago, is
visiting his aunt Mrs. W. F. Anderson,
at 1408 Cast 11th street, where she
has an apartment with Mrs. TV'm.
E. Breen. Mr. Anderson will remain
until Sunday.
- Mrs. E. P. Hunt and granddaughter.
Miss Cora Nell Caffrey. are expected
today. They will occupy the Bear
home, Lemhurst on the Bayshore,' for
the winter. Mrs. Hunjt and Miss Caf
frey have been spending the winter
in Washington, but will come to Pen
sacola from Atlanta,' where they have
been visiting Mrs. Gowdell Brown. .
Mr. Ridgely Cayce arrived yester
day afternoon from Louisville to join
Mrs. Cayce. Mrs. Cayce has "been
visiting tMiss Iillie Taylor on the
bayshore for the past three weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Cayce will leave Sun
day ,for Louisville, where they make
their home. '
Lieutenant and Mrs. C. H. Havill and
Mrs. Havill's sister. Miss Dorothy
Reinicke, of Pennsylvania, have a cot
tage at Old Mill Inn. -
ABOUT PEOPLE WE KNOW
Mrs. Frank "Wentworth has rented
her house on the bayshore and will
spend the " time, before her departure
for New York, with Miss Lillie Tay
lor, at the Old Mill Inn. Mrs. Went
worth expects to leave some time in
December.
Mrs. Hunter Brown has .been having
a delightful visit with her sisters, Mrs.
Winder Land and Mrs. Manney, in
Carolina and ' Virginia, and is now
the guest of her mother, Mrs. Wilson,
and brother. Captain Barry Wilson,
at Annapolis.
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Many friends of Lieutenant and Mrs.
Bruce Leighton will be glad to know
of their return to " Pensacola. They
come from Philadelphia and expect
to spend some time here, as the Lieu
tenant is to be connected with the navy
yard. .
. .
Miss Ellen Adair Roberts and Miss
Kathleen Mallory returned last Fri
day after a most enjoyable trip to
New York City. They took a steamer
at Jacksonville, and arrived in New
York, were guests for two weeks of
Mrs. J. N. Roberts, at her apart
ment. After a week end In Boston
and a second short visit in New York,
they returned home.
Mrs. Dan Oppenheimer Is again at
home after a pleasant three weeks
spent with her brother. Mr. I. Moog.
and his family., of Montgomery.
.Mrs. Ellis Knowles returned Sun
day after a summer spent in New
York and the Berkshire Hills. Miss
Jeannle Knowles is expected today
from Savannah, Georgia. k
GOOD ROADS
MEET TONIGHT
NEWLY ORGANIZED ASSOCIATION
TO HOLD IMPORTANT SESSION.
PEOPLE OF BAKER ORGANIZE
FIG CITY.
The Escambia County Good Roads
Association, organized at the San Car
los Hotel Monday, will hold a meet
ing tonight on the mezzanine floor of
the San Carlos at 7:30 o'clock. The
subject of the Gulf -Atlantic Highway,
New York to New Orleans, and other
matters will be under consideration.
It is the purpose of this association
to reach throughout the entire county
for membership, and it 13 therefore de
sired that everyone who would be in
terested in a trunk highway from New
York through this city, or any road
project in Escambia county become a
member of this association.
If you are already a member be sure
and show your interest by your pres
ence.' If you are not now a member
and feel within you a progressive spirit
on the highways or good roads subject
consider this as a personal Invitation
to be present and become a member
to aid in getting the best possible for
this section by pulling , together.
Highway projects are being pushed
in practically all parts of the country
and it therefore is Important that this
section get busy.
Realizing the possibilities of the
Gulf-Atlantic Highway New 'York to
Near Orleans the people of Baker and
vicinity organized yesterday for the
purpose of using their strength and
Influence to the limit for the designa
tion for the route that way.
W. M. Herrider (Highway, Bill) who
had been requested by the people of
Baker to organize them for this pur
pose, addressed a very enthusiastic
audience on the subject of the Gulf
Atlantic, and the plan of organiza
tion. 1 .-
" Dr. R. B. Crawford who Is connected
with thet Kan-Fla. Lumber Company,
of Holt, headed a delegation from Holt
and Galliver with a proposition to tap
the Spanish Trail at Galliver instead
of at Mllligan as this would give a
road on a perfectly straight line from
Andalusia south to the Spanish Trail.
Dr. Crawford following Mr. Herrider,
made a strong address setting forth
the necessity for organizing and pledg
ed the support of Holt in membership
and activity.
The people of Baker and Holt have
confidence in their ability and their
proposition to win and hold friends for
this route.
The following officers were elected:
J. P. Moore, president; J. W. Klerce.
vice-president; B. 'Robison, secretary
treasurer. The executive committee is
composed of the ' following: Dallas
Peaden, J, W.' Mainor, Dr. G. O. Spears,
Dr.. R. B. Crawford, J. W. Stanley, Jeff
Franklin.'and R. O. Stewart. '
The following membership commit
tee was elected: E. W. Lester, J. A.
McVicker. ; J. W. Baggett, Bartlett
Peaden. ' L
Fig City, Nov. ... The" little son
of Mr. and Mrs. John B. Langford is
ibsent from school this week on ac
count, of chills, and fever. Mrs.
Bessie Harrington is sick in bed this
week. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick have
moved Into the new house built for
them by Mr. Gid .Batton. W. M.
Garrettson is clearing some land for
Roe Buskey this week. Mrs. M. T.
Foley was a caller at the pleasant
home of Mrs. Anna Garrettson Tues
day last. The friends of Mrs. W.
F. Foley and daughter, Mrs. Bird
Michel and baby Mill, will be sorry
to learn that they are considering
returning to Detroit. '. Mr. Foley has
already gone. The school at Olive
is flourishing under the able teachers,
the Misses McKenzie. Mrs. W. T.
Foley was a Fig City caller Wednes-1
day last. Mrs. T. O. Beal called
on her daughter, Mrs. Harriet Lang
last Wednesday.
To Stop Those Terrible
oumatic Pains
STOREROOM FOR RENT
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Take Grove's Tasteless CHILL Tonic.
It Warms the Body by Purifying and
Enriching the Blood. You can soon
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Effect. Price 60c. adv.
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like way it loosens the . phlegm-congested
chest, soothes the tortured
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grippe, cough, croup. j
The kiddies can take it in perfect
safety, too.' .No " bad after-effects.
Standard half 'a. 'century- 60c. and $1.20
a bottle. At your druggist.
It has proven It value for many years
past and the testimony of thoae who haa
used ""6-Dropa" and found relief from the
torture and agonizing pains caused by rheu
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Harry Stafford. No. Baltimore, O.. writes:
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and tried all sorts of highly recommended
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me to try '5-Drops.' i psed about three
quarters of a bottle of &-Drops' and am as
well as usual.
5-Drops" Is sold by the leading drusrrists
in every part of the United States and
Canada. . '
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COLOM
EL DYING
FUST IN SOUTH
Dodson's Liver Tone" is Taking the
Place of Dangerous, Sick
' ening Drug. '
Don't Continue Constipated
Don't let your bowels bulldoze your
system. Make them function regularly
keep the body cleansed of waste
matter with Dr. King's New Life Pills.
Biliousness, sick headache, sour
stomach, indigestion, dizziness, furred
tongue, bad breath think of the em
barrassments and -discomforts trace
able to constipation. How easily
they're rectified by the occasional use
of Dr. King's New Life Pills. Mpve
the bowels smoothly but surely. Try
them tonight. All druggists 25c as
usual. adv. ,
You're bilious, cluggish, constipated
and believe you need vile, dangerous
calomel to start your liver aiid clean
your bowels.
Here's. Dodson's guarantee.' Ask
your druggist for a bottle of Dodson's
Liver ' Tone and take a spoonful to
night. If it doesn't start your liver
and straighten you right up better
than calomel and without griping or
making you sick I want you to go
back to the store and get your money
Take calomel today and tomorrow
you will feel weak and sick and nau
seated. Don't lose a day's work. Take
a spoonful of harmless vegetable
Dodson's Liver Tone tonight and wake
up feeling great. It's' perfectly harm
less, so give it to your children any
time. It can't salivate, so let them eat
anything afterwards. Adv.
Store or office now being
used for RED CROSS headquar
ters, formerly occupied by Bar
dull Land Co. Adjoins lobby
and-ladies' entrance; the best
located room :n Pensacola.
SxVN CARLOS HOTEL CO.
Charles B. Hervey, President.
THE QUALITY SHOP
125 S. Palafox St.
Ladies' to Wear
CARY & CO.
10 South Palaios
Phones 6, 93, 119, 134
When You Think of Coal, Thins
of Cary.
RAILROAD SCHEDULES
Louisville & Nashville R. R.
MEYER SHOE CO.
EXCLUSIVE AGENTS
GROVER'S SOFT SHOES
For Tender Feet
Arval and departure or passenger
trjlns at Pensacola. Fla.
Th following schedule figures pub
lished as Information and not guaran
teed. (Central Standard Time)
ARRIVES. LEAVES
5:30 p.m. Montgomery Bir
mingham. Nashville,
Louisville. Cincinnati 12:30 p.m.
6:30 p.m. St. Louis. Chicago,
Memphis H: 30 p.m.
6:30 p. m Atlanta, Washing
ton. New York .... 12 :30 p.m.
E -45 a.m. Montgomery, Bir-
m'tgham, Nashville,
Louisville, Cincinnati 10:45 p.m.
6:45 a.m. Memphis, St. Louis.
Chicago 10:45 p.m.
6:45 a.m. New Orleans, Mo
bile . 10:45 p.m.
5:45 a.m. Atlanta. Washlr-
ton. New York .... 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 6:55 p.m.
Dally except Sunday.
UNITED STATES
RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION
JOE L. LICATA
EXPERT SHOE REPAIRING
8 E. Intendencia. Phone 282
THE LEADER
Stadium Clothes
Union Made
218 S. Palafox St.
SPORTSMAN'S SUPPLY STORE
34 SOUTH PALAFOX .
BICYCLES FISHING TACKLE
BASEBAL LGOODS
TalkiM Afoot
Clotliig
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a Real Stock of
and Hats for
well
RIGHT PMCES
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We are indeed proud of this MAMMOTH STOCK of Suits, Over
coats and Hats for men, and from the way people are buying shows
that we were right when we prepared months ago to lay in such a
large stock.
Step in and see for yourself what real values we have to offer in
every department. Practice thrift by clothing yourself here.
SPECIAL
MEN'S RIBBED UNION SUITS Regular $2.50 values ' " $195
$1.00 SRW:-!?2:50..$1.85
UNION SUITS Were
$1.25 now
WE SELL
gh Art Clothes
$25.00 T0' $45.00
Curie e Clothes
$25.00 T0 $47.50
S t adium Clothes
(Union Made)
$25.00 T0 $40.00
Young's Hats
$4.00 TO $8.00
w far -1
imimi yum
JUST STEP ACROSS
FROM THE POSTOFFICE
THE
218 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET
PORTER'S BAZAAR!
115 North Palafox
Everything for the Housewifa
AMERICAN NATIONAL ,
RANK
Of P.naaoola
CAPITAL STOCK Paid In SSOOjOQQ
EXIDE BATTERY AND
SERVICE STATION j
THE UNITED AUTO CO.
I South Baylen Street. Phone S4C
Ford Owners Attention!
Have your Bearings Fitted by f
Modern Burning System ;
PENSACOLA AUTO CO.
108 West Intendencia Street
EVERLASTING
FABRICS CO.
Pensacola's Representative Store
Ingram Optical Co.
AVE GRIND OUR
OWN LENSES
YALE BICLCLES
Cash or credit
Supplies and Repairs.
Tour business appreciated.
T. T. WENTWORTH, JR.
1 Cor. . Belmont and Davis streets.
Ttfayes' Printing Co, j
OFFICE SUPPLIES I'
17-19 West Government Stree!
Phone 181
THE CENTRAL PHARMACX
In the Heart of Pensi.eola"
THE HOME OF
177 Phone 17g
M. ELLIS
GROCER
1889 Phones 1890 ,
1221 North Davis Street
United Produce Co.
38 East Romana Street
tfe boy and sell Chkksns, Effga
and all kinds of Produce.
REED'S "BETTER BREAD
FOR SALE BY ALL FIRST
CLASS STORES
REED'S SANITARY BAKERY
Palafox and Gregory Street
THE M & O '
ON THE SQUARE
Within Easy Reach of
Everywhere '
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