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THE PENSACOLA JOUKNAL, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER.?, 1919.
PALfACE CAFE Good Things to Eat Opposite Post Office OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Send Your Old Shoes to West End Shoe Store For tho Best and Newest Work in Repairs V All Work Guaranteed 321 North DeVillier Street PHONE 2032. Notice to Ice Consumers : Our wagons are eqatppsd with scale ind consumers will i-leaaa exact correct 'lht and report any dleeonrteay ot dnvea to office. Phon.s 59 cr SOUfHEfiN UTILITIES CO. 8ueoeasor TO PENSACOLA ICE COMPANY TO OR RELIEVE INDIGESTION DYSPEPSIA, TAKE A Dyspepsia Tablet Before and Aft- . A tV vn r Each Meal. 2S Cents Box HIE CRYSTAL PHAKMACY SAGE TEA ITU BRAY HI Darkens Beautifully and Restores Its Natural Color and Lustre " at Once. MB Common garden sage brewed into a heavy tea, with sulphur and alcohol added, will turn gray, streaked and faded hair beautifully .dark and lux uriant Mixing the Sage Tea and Sul nuv recipe at home, though, is troublesome. An easier way is to get the ready-to-use preparation improved by the addition of other ingredients a large addition of other ingredients a large bottle, at little cost, at drug stores, known as "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound," thus avoiding a lot of muss. While gray, faded hair is not sinful, we all desire to retain . our youthful appearance and attractiveness. By darkening your hair with Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound, no one can tell, because it does it so naturally, so svenly. You just dampen a sponge or soft brush with it and draw this through your hair, taking one small strand at a time; by morning all gray hairs have disappeared. After another application or two your hair becomes beautifully dark, glossy, soft and lux uriant and you appear years younger - adv. . - V ORE THROAT or Tonsilitis, gargle with warm salt water, then apply Vicrrs YOUR BODYGUARD- - 30 6020 WhejT the Children Cough, Rub Musterole on Throats and Chests No telling how soon the symptoms way develop into croup, or worse. And then s when you're glad you have a Jar of Musterole at hand to give prompt sure relief. It does not blister. As first aid and a certain remedy, ' Musterole is excellent . Thousands of mothers know it You should keep a jar in the house, ready for instant use. It is the remedy for cdults, too. Re lieves sore throat bronchitis, tonsilitis. croup, stiff neck, asthma, neuralgia ' headache, congestion, pleurisy, rheu matism, lumbago, pains and aches of baMv.or Jmt8 sprains, sore muscles, chilblains, frosted feet and colds of the ZL (ttJen. Prevent pneumonia). 30c and 60c jars; hospital size 92J5Q. A. E. LAMONT - PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT , AND AUDITOR Efficient Service. Moderate Terms Phone 1199 415 NORTH PALAFOX ST. Phone 1788 Carter Brokerage Co. Export Freight Brokers and Forwarders Let ui engage your paco when you want room for export. We are al ways posted as to lowest freight rata and available space. - , Room 405, Thiesen Bldg., Pensaeola. LONDON WOOLEN MILLS -Get Your Fall Suit Union Made 117 South Palafcx : ROBINSON'S SHOW ' HAS NEW SYSTEM When a big circus using three or four rings' is billed to appear, the plaint is often heard that it" is Im possible to see all that is going on when seated at one end of the tent and it engenders the feeling . that much that would be good to se is being missed. This may be true, where the man agement of a big show mixes all sorts or acts together in a crazy concoc tion. But John Robinson's circus, which will exhibit in Pensaeola Sat urday, November 15, afternoon and evening, although one of America's largest amusement institutions, offer no ground for such complaint. The circus program with this or ganization is made up of what is termed "displays." A display Is a series of acts ' given simultaneously In the rings on the elevated stages In the air and on theyduppodrome. In stead of the display being composed of several diverse acts, as Is often the case in circusses. John Robinson's circus displays are made up of acts of the same kind. For instance if a or female equestrian act is being given In ring ?,'o." 1, the vry same Rheumat ism b completely washed out of the system by the celebrate? Shivar Mineral Water. Pos itively guaranteed by money-back offer. Tastes fine; costs a trine. Delivered any where by our Pensaeola Agents, West Flo. Ida Grocery Co. Phone them. M"1 A . M. .jBfl fjk . GOOD FOR ONE wvvvvvyyvvyvvvvrvvvvvvyrj Good coffee is good for one. Be sure to get UflJUVELL COouse on your "meal ticket." Served by best restaurants. Sold by best grocers. CHECK-NEAL COFFEE CO, Easfavillv, Houston, Jtcksonvillo, lichmono RETAIL MERCHANTS PLAN HALF HOLIDAY The Pensaeola Retail "Merchants' Association yesterday voted to close at noon next Tuesday; in order to as sist in the celebration of Armistice Day. Other matters of business were dis cussed and acted on at the meeting. kind" of feature will be found in the other three rings. If a group of aerial- j ists appear at one end of the dome) of the great tent, other groups will be presented simultaneously at dif- erent points. Thus it is possible for- all spectators, no matter where seated, to witness practically the same acts at the same time, the only difference being in the individuals employed in their presentation. MODERN WOODMEN.OF AMERICA HOLD MEETING The Modern Woodmen of America held their regular semi-monthly meet ing last night at the K. of P. hall. The usual business was transacted and eight new members were 'initiated. The announcement was also made that the national convention w6uld be held in Pensaeola, In May, 1921. Stops The Tickle. Heals the Throat and Cures the Cough. HATES' HEALING .HONEY. 35c. A free box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE SALVE for Chest Colds, Heald Colds and Croup with every bottle. adv. rL LOOK FOR THE RED BALL TRADE MARK i fireartns Ammunition ShootingT?ignt' II rs a 1 wr ij r Q 1 E U fl Old Sores, Cuts. Burns. Bruises and other skin eruptions . will be instantly soothed and rapidly healed with - HEALING OIL Keep a bottle near for emergencies. Ask your dealer for it. "eVOSW Co., mj$Z?' HIGH BACKFIELD ARE ALL STARS Probably the main cause for con fidence which the whole body ex presses on the brink of the battle with Wright's academy, is the won derful backfield of the Tiger eleven, wheh has been, and is capable of ac complishing feats of which any high or preparatory school may be Justly proud. Louis Creary. captain and quarter back, is a veteran of four years and knows the game thoroughly. He has never been known to miss a tackle and his cool headedness, passing and broken field running make him a val uable asset to the team. Byron Campbell, left half, though lacking In experience has leveloped into one of the most consistent players on the team. He Is starring on the de fensive and his weight and speed make him indispensible in the back field. Harry Howland, right half, the mid get of the team, is endowed with won derful speed and is uncanny on re ceiving forward passes. His work in the game with Palmer college brought to light his remarkable ability. George Greenwood, full back! , is an other veteran of four years. He is a consistent ground gainer and never fails to find a hole in the line. As a line plunger he has few equals. Campbell Barrow is the star substi tute of the backfield. He has gotten into several games this year and his work In these games has been of the highest character. He is fast and es pecially good on intercepting and re1 ceivirtg forward passes. The Tigers are going into the game Saturday with the intention of win ning from Wright's and with the co operation of the student body they are going to even up the score with the Mobile team. ENGINEERS ORDERED TO ST. ANDREWS BAY Washington, D. C, Nov. 6. Senator Fletcher today arranged with the chief of engineers to have the dredge sent immediately to St. Andrews ' Bay to clear out the obstacles in the chan nels caused by the recent wind and storms, considerable export and other business has been delayed at St. An drews Bay and the passage of big ships is beingdelayed by the recent damage to the channel. Senator Fletcher was advised that at his re quest the dredge will be sent to St. Andrews Bay at once to stay until all obstacles were cleared. NEW SEA-FOOD HOUSE IS OPENED TODAY With a complete sanitary equipment, the Apalacha Oyster and Shrimp Ee pot opened this morning at 137 East Intendencia street with a tempting stock of fish, oysters, shrimp, lobsters, little neck clams and other sea foods. Fresh shipments will be received daily and the proprietors, Messrs. Camp and Collins, declare , that prices will be reasonable. Located as they are, out of the high rent district, they can operate with little overhead expense, and this saving they expect to give to their customers. Last night a special shipment of Apalachicola oys ters arrived and these will be the leader on the opening day. Their an nouncement is found elsewhere in this issue. PANAMA CITY GETS MRS. F. R. S. PHILLIPS Secretary of North Florida Chamber of Commerce Resigns. Tallahassee, Nov. 6. ( Special) Mrs. F. R. S. Phillips has resigned as secre tary of the Tallahassee' Chamber of Commerce, the resignation to become effective Dec. 15. Mrs. Phillips will go to Panama City, Fla., as the secre tary f the newly organized board of trade there. She has been secretary of the local organization since Febru ary, 1916, and has been instrumental in giving Tallahassee wide and effec tive publicity. KIWANIANS WANT DOCK AND BELT LINE Will Work for Early Completion of These Improvements. The necessity Tor the Immediate con struction of the proposed municipal docks and belt -line railway for which Pensaeola voted bonds long ago was stressed at the weekly luncheon of the Kiwanis club at the San Carlos hotel yesterday. v - President L. V.'. Holsberry, T. L. Gant, and others, spoke strongly In advocating these improvements, and the entire clib will wait on the city commissioners in the effort to get the work started as quickly as possible. Chairman W. H. Bradford, of the public affairs committee, made a report in which, was outlined some of the future .work of . the organization. The program outlined was well received, and Pensaeola is due to get some val uable public work from this live young organization. WEEK OF PRAYER TO BE OBSERVED Juniors. at. Gadsden Street Mthodit . . Church Furnish Program. A week of prayer and self-denial Is being observed at the Gadsden Street Methodist church. The program which follows j will be carried out by . the Junior missionary society, beginning at 4 o'clock this . afternoon. Song "Publish Glad Tidings." "Prayer.--By. Several. Children. Scripture Lesson Mabel Tyler. Reading-T-"A San Francisco Wesley House," Doris Williams. Vocal Solo "Bright Jewels," Evelyn Nobes. Play "Sick in China," members of the J. M. S. Offering Paschal Johnson and SMicheal Isanhaus. Song Juniors. Benediction. It appears that Panama City is at last to have a Board of Trade whose working capital Is something more substantial than conversation. We do not speak disparagingly of our com mercial organizations of the pastthey accomplished much with little or no working capital. The ready response at the present time is very probably due to the fact that recent years have afforded an example which has demon strated to our people that it takes money to do things. Yesterday morning a total of $3,500 pledged was reported by those in charge of the matter of securing sub scriptions. The goal set is $5,009 and there is not the slightest doubt' but what it will be-attained. Concerning " the uses to which the $5,000 fund will be devoted, Mr. Al fred Tyler said: - "The money will be placed in the bank, to be used as oc casion arises for the publication of : pamphlets and other advertising, and' for entertainment purposes. He also stated tha the activities of the Board of Trade would not be confined to ad vancing the interests of Panama City " alone, but would be directed toward the legitimate exploitation of the Bay Country as a whole. Panama City Pilot. An Energy food for every day in the week the delicious and substantia reody-to-eat cereal Unlike any other cereal . 1 o a- o 2 CJ CD o b3 2h We Sell Nothing Over 10c 1 We Sell Nothing Over 10c We Sell Nothing Over 10c THE OPENING OF f; Wo w LWtTI 0QL 10c STORE cauirs Fodsiy9 PENSACOLA, FLORIDA November Mi, 5:3 to 7:30 p. m. We will greatly appreciate it if every reader of this notice will consider this a special invitation to , visit our new store on above date. N6 goods will be sold during Friday evening, it being the pur pose of the management to devote the time entirely to acquaint you with the location of every article in the store and to give you plenty of time to thoroughly inspect our new quarters, also to fur ther impress upon you the advantage of an F. W. WOOLWORTH CO. store located in Pensaeola, Fla. MUSIC FRIDAY EVENING 5:30 TO 7:30 THIS STORE WILL BE OPEN FOR THE SALE OF MERCHANDISE ON Saturday Morning, November 8th, at 8:00 O'clock It Will Pay You to Post the Date Thoroughly in your Mind and Be With Us Early WE SELL NOTHING OVER 10 CTS. MUSIC FRIDAY EVENING 5:30 TO 7:30 Special Values Will be Offered in Enamelware, Pictures and Frames. Towels, Embroidery, Ribbons, Japanese Cups and Saucers, Hardware, Etc. Space will not permit us to itemize our values, but a visit to our store will impress upon you the fact that we believe it is policy to sell merchandise to customers at as near cost as possible consistent with good business principles. We are glad to state that our new store in Pensaeola is one of the best equipped stores we are operating, and in opening same we have endeavored to provide for your convenience by giving you advanage of a roomy and beautiful store, well stocked with merchandise that you will undoubtedly appreciate. We Own and Operate Over 1,097 Stores in the United States. Naturally This Great Buying Power Enables Us To Sell You Many Articles at Exceptionally Low Prices.' Make This Store Your Headquarters. W 0 V V o W. T. WILLIAMS, Resident Manager Wu won aid lie Store Remember Nothing Over 10c CD 2- o a CTQ o CD m o 3 CTQ o CD n We Sell Nothing Over 10c We Sell Nothing Over 10c We Sell Nothing Over 10c i