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No. 1 Continued from Page One H. E. Butler, J. H. Bell, L. J. Caro, O. H. Coker, J. M. Coe, A. M. Cowbam, TV. H. Creary, J. Crelghton. A. H. Cre dille, J.'W. Conn. L. Cotton, A. Doug las. C. E. Driver, Jr., S. B. Dannheis ser. O. A. Eberle, W. E. Fuller. E- C. Filllngim, H. W. Feld. C. Frenkle, C. ? E. Grant. H. U. Gibbs, G. L. Gregory, F. F. Gander, H. M. Ginsberg. A. O. Godwin, B. J. Hyer, A. C. Holland, W. ' T. Harris, G. D. Hall, HK W. Holland. - A. Hill, C. T. Hoffman, J. T. Hutchin son. L. W. Heinberg, L. C. Hinote, J. I Hughes, I. Harris, W, Jones, J. . W. Jordan, F. C. Kelly, T. Kennedy, E. Know lea, P. F. Kennedy, S. R. M. Kennedy, P. Kriowles, J. A. Lee, A. E. ' Langford, A. K.Lytton, X. W. Iaugh- - lin, Sol. A. Levy, J. M. Myer, C. A. Mulder, R. Mathis. E. Mahoney, E. M. Miller, W. J. Helton, K. K. McCune, P. " Madson. R. J. Mahoney, L. W. Nail, L. I G. Nobles, L. J. Nail, O. W. Owens, Jr., , C. H. Pohlman, H. PickarJ, C. W. Pin J gle, J. W. Ronnlof, B. Riley, J. T. Reed. O. M. Roche, P. F. Klera, J. M. Roberts, W. O. Reiclunan. F. S. Stoit- ing, W. F. Timmons, D. Shultz, L. W. Skelton. J. M. Sims, R. E. Smith, R. Salladin, J. J. Sims. D. 'O. Sims. G. B. Sellers, W. H. Smith, E. H. Summer- lin. C. L.. Tompkins, It. A. Thorsby, E. Thornton, H. Thompson, G. M. : Voorhees, F. Walker, L. A. Waters, W. Westllng, F. M. Wright, C. T. rates, R. J. Yates, G. Zimmerman. Additions are to be made to the Frank Marston post. A very few of the "Heroes of yesteryear" follow: The following are the names and positions on Nov. 11, 1918, with their ' length of service and present situa i tion: - " . H. W. Marine, hospital, France, , 2 years; Student Pan-American, -- S .R. Mallory.Fort Sill, Oklahoma; Fisher-Brown Agency. -i . J. Roberts, France. 5 months; Gulf Export Lumber company. T. C. . Finch. ' Mrosnes, France, 14 months; Citizens & Peoples Bank. WAD. Wilkinson, Neuf Chateau; ? France, 8 months. I. J. Cook. U. S. Air Service, A. E. F England, 18 months; Linotype operator, Pensacola , Journal. G. C. Baldwin, Pensacola naval air station. 2 years; Pensacola Journal. H. Yarboroush. Washington, D. C, 2 years; Pensacola Journal. J. D. Beard. Annapolis; Annapolis. F. W. Beard, Annapolis; "Roches- - ter." ' - . W. K. Beard, U. S. S. Lawrence; Hampton Roads. J. R. Duncan, Paris. 1 year; L. & N. J. H. Bickerstaff. Lyon, France, 9 months;. Doctor. H. G. Collins, Ff ance, two and half - years: Bell Telephone. -. J. Phillips, France. t R. O'Donnavon, hospital,- Ft. Mc pherson. ; Leon Brown, Berneillachietiel, 6 months; Fire Department. - J. Hammond. BotMeau, 'France, .11 months; Fire Department., ' H. Haddon, France; Retired. E. C. Berry, Camp ' Beaureguard. La., 1 - yeari : Pensacola JournaL ....... . - L. Caro", Camp Jackson, S. C. ..... I. D. Thames, Brest, 1 year. C. J. Oerting, Nantes, 1 year. W. Hoer. Tours; 1 year. J. C. Stoddard. France, 1 year; Pensacola JournaL J. Geri, Liverpool; Fireman. C M. Kelson, subchaser; Fireman. A. Whiting, Brest, 9 months. J. Caro, Manes, , 2,1-2 years; Camp Jessup. . . T j P. Carter, France, 2 years. G. Fairchifd, Africa, 3 years. , J. . Brown England, 9 month. E. Wicke, England. l-2 year., E. Russell, France, 1 year. Tales of English mutton, jam. and cheese, tales of long, long hours of ease In frozen trenches, muddy roads, but what's the use? The tales ten million times repeated and as dear as ver to the folks at home. But why . lot let "the boys forget It, la the peace that's theirs to bring? Clark is national vice chairman of the executive committee of the American Legion. He Is a son of 5f Former Speaker Clark. He is presi dent of the National Guard Associa- " tion of the United States. Nothing Liko'Em in corn flakes Oni says (fdO Folks who went good things to oot olways buy POST j .f ; . Ill 4 IMP MS TO IfflTjMff Offers to Improve City's Prop erty "and Furnish Fidelity Bond Against Accidents. In regular session yesterday the city commissioners passed the ordinance providing " for the purchase of Max ent park. James Jeraulds applied or S lease on the city wharf at Magnolia reet and a report on-the plumbing at the city jail was received from In spector Jolly. City Engineer Garrett submitted estimates . to" the board for the proposed paving of many city streets and a petition asking for a compromise of taxes on a certain par cel of property was received from Wil liam Fisher.. Ordinance 24 which provides for the purchase of Maxent park passed the board of commissioners yesterday aft er it was. amended upon the recom mendation of City Attorney John B. Jones, to read "when the deed and ti tle to said property are approved by the city attorney". This property will be bought by the city at a cost of 56, 000. ,; . . The application of James Jeraulds to lease the city wharf at Magnolia street was referred to Commissioner Hinrichs for investigation and report. Jeraulds offers to cover the wharf with a shed and agrees to give a fi delity bond to the ; city against ac cidents. His application Is signed by several . prominent business men - of the city. ' '," '" Inspector Jolly reported, that the plumbing in the city jail was in a very bad condition and that it would be necessary to replace most of it with modern plumbing. The matter was re ferred 4 to Commissioner Pou with in structions, to get estimates of the cost of the necessary work to be done. City Engineer Garrett submitted his estimates for necessary paving of Garden, Blount, Alcaniz, Barcelona, LaRua, DeSpto and Gonzalez streets and Alabama square. The city at torney was Instructed to draw up an ordinance calling for bids for this work. ,;" t The request of William Fisher for a compromise of taxes .on a certain par cel of property was referred to Mayor Sanders for consideration. No. 2 Continued from Page One between Coyle and Donaldson. All commercial organ Jation.i. North Donaldson, between Garden nd Chase. All city and county empky3. Gar den, between Donaldson and Olivia. Fire Department "and ...--apparatus;, Garden street truck house, to fall -in at end of parade. "Taps finds the evening just started for the lads who are do-? ingr . Minneapolis while they help to put the Amer ican Legion baby on its feet this week. Stomach ills permanently disappear after drinking tht celebrated Shivar Mineral Water. Positively guaranteed by money-back offer. Tastes line: costs a trifle. Delivered anywhere by our Pensacola Agents, West Florida Gro ery Co. Phone them. POSTMASTERS WHO HAVE BEEN NAMED (BY GEORGE H. MANNING.) Washington, D. C Nov. 10. Flor ida postmasters have been commis sioned as follows: Cassia, Ivy R. Douglas; Dukes. Eu gene E. Shaller; . Bocaratone,- Joseph A. Brenk; Jensen, Henry E. Neal: Al ton, Ef fie C Polk; Longboat, Kath- erine G5 Bispham; Magnolia Springs, George W. Hulvey; Ashville. Edwin H. Finlayson; Tallevast (formerly Cates City). John W. Stevens; San Antonio, Frank E. Carroll; Tangerine, Ella A. Tallant; Port St. Joe, relegated to fourth class. Henry A. Drake. Acting postmasters designated Boca Grande, Jefferson Gaines; Glen Saint Mary, Jesse E. Franklin: Myak- ka City, John C. Albritton; Burbank, Herbert I. Turner. Postoffices discontinued Glendale. Walton county; Bonaventure, Brevard county: Fairview, Putnam county. AVAV-N. A V ,.V A. Roosevelt son of the former presi dent, has been the prime mover in the organization "of the; American Legion and may be elected , its first president If r ( SI 1 V -X I at the Minneapolis meet. OTBURSTS of EVERETT TRUE by IN POLICE CIRCLES. Judge Morey yesterday fined Rachel Mahone, a negress, 50 and costs for carrying' concealed weapons. '.She was arrested by Captain Harper. BOB MARTIN'S LUCKY NUMBER Eleven stands out in the sensational career of . Bob Martin. A. E. F., and inter-allied heavyweight boxing cham pion, with striking prominence. Bob Martin was born the eleventh member of a West Virginia family. The date of his birth was the eleventh of November. He reached his maturity the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh' month of the year 1918 the same hour the armistice was being signed. t . . He has won many of his fights in the eleventh round though he doesn't g Beauty Answers 0? a 8 By MADAME MAREE SBaEB B SB SI SSI B SI SSSSS ussperate You need no longer dread the taking off ?of superfluous hairs. It " can now be done as easily as bathing Jnjc the face. It Is won derful to see every su perfluous -Tiair Just shrivel tip and coma riht off by moistening the hairs with eulfn solution. It leaves the skin . smooth, clear-, and clean, as though there Jhad been' no superfluous h&irs at all. This is the way it is done by those who . know.: It's all done so quickly,, and it can be used with perfect narety, no matter ho thick the nair growth or how delicate the skin. Use it in armpits, on face,: shoulders. ,etc. and you will at last rid yourself of the pest of superfluous hair. The sulfo solutionl can be. secured for one dolar at any drug! store. i MIS3 MUDDY The most wonderful! resulut that anybody can : imagine inl beautifvine the skin ia oroduced bv the following eAtremely simple formula. Evei on bad complexions, such as you say you have. I have sien changes almost mirac ulous in only a few days. You cannot fall to make Your skin absolutely spotless and lily-pure, by the liberal application of ' a cream, made at home." by using two ta blespoonfuls of glycerine and one ounce of zintone in a pint of water. Get the zintone at any druf store, it will only cost you 50 cents. You will neitner want nor need any other beautifying cream but this. MISS fc. O. O. I wish I had known it before. I could have saved you three years of miser5 j My dear, you can get rid of all those blackheads in a few minnt.t h BnrlnlrlinET Rom Pi r tMWdered neroxin on a wet sponsre and rubbing t over the DiacKneaas. it wom, time! Enough neroxin can be gotten at on.. jIt-i.ct atnr. fni rpnt to last a lcng time. You'll be happy : again, poor girl, and you'll forget you ever naa mose humiliating mue pestu. STOP HEADACHES QUICKLY No Excuse for Suffering Now. No Excuse for Suffering Now. Throbbing, drilling headaches that drive you almost mad: dull, heavy headaches that weaken and sap your strength: sick headaches or worry headaches need trouble you no more. Take one of Hollans Headache Tablets and a swallow of water. Inside of half an hour you will find, ninety times out' of a' hundred that the worst of headaches Is gone. Xi) matter what 'the cause is Hollans' Headache Tablets are efficient- i They are ideal for any and every headache.;.- : Jpr your protection the letters HUT are stamped on every genuine tablet. Look for , these initials- They are your protection against substitution. Bot tJes of 24 HHT 30 cents at the drug store. Adv.v . , , ITU JfL. I . CON D O X KNOW IT WON'T i "lis LONi tB&feOR YOU -TAR.T 30(M(5. to America. He won from Joe Bonds in his first professional fight in America in the eleventh round. At the beginning of that round. Jimmy Bronson, his manager, whis pered in Bob's ear: "Bob, j'ou know what round this is? The eleventh. Now go out and win." - The eleventh round was barely der way when Martin's left crashed into Bonds with such force that the veteran wobbled about, the ring. Ref eree Matt Hinkel stopped the bout. And now. Bob Martin will celebrate Armistice Day, his birthday the 22nd and will fight Jack Moran in Minne apolis before his old buddies from overseas. r - ' -. Allen's Foot-Ease Does It. "When jour shoes pinch or your corns and bunions ache so that you are tired all ever, get Al'en's Foot-Case, the antisep tic jowdtr to be shaken into the shoes and bprlnklcd Into the footbath. It will take the rting out of corns and fc unions and give instant relief to Smarting, Ach ing. Swollen, Tender feet. Used by Amer ican. UritisU and French troops. Sold everywhere. Ucn't accept any. substi tute. It wasn't likeT this a year agolj when reveille I sounded. Tho j boys at the Amer- ' ican Legion meet in Minne apolis sleep on till the last call for breakfast. This Skin Peeler In Great Demand Since the discovery that mercolized wax possesses remarkable absorbent powers when applied to the skin, the demand for it as a complexion renewcr has been tre mendous. Druggists in every-sectlon re port sales as far exceeding those of any thing similar they have ever had on their shelves. Ordinary mercorized wax gently peels off the devitalized cuticle, in minute par ticles so thatt the user gradually loses he old worn-out complexion, the more youth ful under-skin taking its place. Cutane ous eruptions, blotches, moth patches, liver spots and freckles are of course re moved at the same time. As the wax is entirely harmless, and easy to use. women all over the county are purchasing it in original packages and using it to quickly rejuvenate their complexions. The wax is applied the same as cold cream, al lowed to remain on over night, then washed off with warm water. Try Musterole. See How Quickly It Relieves - You just rub Musterole in briskly, and usually the pain is gone a delicious, eoottiiiig comfort comes to take its place. Musterole is a clean, white ointment; made with oil of mustard. Use it instead of mustard plaster. Will not blister. Many doctors and nurses use Muster oiesand recommend it to their patients. fhey will gladly tell you what relief It gives from sore throat; bronchitis, croup, stiff neck, asthma, neuralgia, congestion, pleurisy, rheumatism, lum bago, pains and aches of the back or joints, sprains, sore muscles, bruises, chilblains, frosted feet colds of the chest. Always dependable. SO and 60c jars; hospital size $2L50l FOR LUMBAGO mm 1.IOI nuiCK RCLICI tiO.ACeTANU.lD-C Also, GRIPP-Try u Trial Vottl lOet COURT RECORD NOW I SESSION UNUSUALLY LARGE CRIMINAL DOCKET IS SET FOR TRIAL AT THE NOVEMBER TERM. The November term of the court of record convened yesterday morning at 10 o'clock. Judge C. Moreno Jones presiding. Seventy-three cases were set for the criminal docket and in clude m&ny cases of liquor selling, manufacture of liquor, assault and battery. . larceny, non-support and murder., A few offenders plead guilty to minor charges yesterday and were sentenced. Today the civil docket for the term will be set and the Jury for the term will be impaneled. Tave McCoy was sentenced to three months in the county jail for having too much liquor in his possession. C. A. Shaw pleaded guilty to aggravated assault and was fined, $50 and costs or sixty days in jail and Mose Hen derson was allotted three months in the county jail when he pleaded guilty to petit larceny. Local attorneys who attended the opening term of the court included: Philip BeaU. John P. Stokes, Leon Lischkoff. D. W. Berry, C. J. Stokes. li. V. Holsberry ."W. L. Zachary, Clar ence Brown, H. J. Mackey, Walter Ke hoe. J. N. Hutchins, Forsythe Caro, J. J. Sullivan Jr., and Arthur Davis. Kills chills and keeps off fevers. Fine tonic At your drug store, for 60c Money back if no relief. Made and GUARANTEED by BEHRENS DRUG CO.. Waeo, Texas. Fj? lira 31 mm To The Stockholders of Oklahoma Star Refining A few lines of interest to each and every one of you. Upon my return. to this city from a trip throughout the oil fields of our holdings in Okla homa and Texas," I am glad to say that we are now on the sand in Number 7 well, waiting for casing. Numbers 7 and 8 are expected in as soon as casing is set. Number 9 in the Burkburnett Extension Pool will be drilled in as fast as it can be drilled, beginning about the 15th. This well is also shut down for casing. f STOCK IN THIS COMPANY IS LOOKING TO JUMP AT ANY MINUTE. To the interest of the ones who have already taken stock with me, this is my last notice as a warning to get in on the ground floor, there being only a few shares that I have left that will probably be open just this week at $1.00 par. K - v ' 'j . " - - - ' Remember, we are waiting on Number 7 well which will only take two days to tell the story. Our acreage has jumped from $750.00 to $1,000.00 per acre. Our books will be open on the morning of the 12th, probably no longer than this week. A few more shares at $1.00 par, no more after these few shares. Will give the balance of the information in this afternoon's paper. Remember the time is limited and what few shares are left are going to be closed out. Hoping that the first stockholders will get the balance of the shares they want before the stock goes up or Number 7 well comes in. Best regards. R. . Phone 646 won Tuesday and Wednesday Brookfield Butter, lb. ...75c Cloverbloom Butter, lb... 70c Swift's Premium Oleo, lb. 40c Swift's Baconlb. 63c Cheese, lb. 38c Maxwell House Coffee, can .50c Maxwell House Coffee, pkg. . 45c Golden Rio Coffee, pkg.. ,30c Dewey Coffee 50c El Delito Coffee 50c 16-to-l Brand, 2 pkgs. for 25c French Market Coffee . ..37c French Opera Coffee . . . .40c Veri-Best Coffee 45c Arbuckles Breakfast . Coffee . . 43c C. D. K. High Grade 2 Coffee . ....42c Mammy's Favorite, 4 lb. cans . . 1.50 Cream, tall cans, doz. ..$1.80 Cream, small cans, doz. ..90c Milk, Magnolia, per can. .20c Tomatoes, 1 lb. can, doz. $1.00 Tomatoes, l lb .can, doz. ... $1.20 Swift's Silver Leaf Lard, 4 lb. cans ..$1.95 Cottolene, 4 lb. cans ...$1.35 Cottolene, 8 lb. cans ...$2.00 Comp. Lard, per lb 28c Armour's Vegetole, 4 lb. cans . . i $1.30 RUG IK BALL A GROCER 301 WEST GREGORY J. BRB WTON 311 AMERICAN BANK BLDG. 212 SPalafccc Wesson Oil, pts. ..40c Wesson Oil, qts. ... ... . . .78c Mazola, pts. .40c Octagon Soap, doz. . . . . . ,90c Clean Easy Soap, doz. . . . 65c U. S. Mail Soap, doz. ....65c Extra Good Soap, doz. . . .50c Argo Starch, 10c size, 3 for ............... .25c English Peas, 2 lb. cans, doz. $1.80 Van Camp's Extra Peas, 2 lb. cans, doz. ..... .$1.90 Van Camp's Beans, 5 oz. . - cans .20c Beachnut Pork and Beans, 1.1b. cans ..i,.... 19c Campbell's Tomato Soup, per. can .lie Van Camp Soup, per can 10c Canned Corn, No. 2 cans 15c Sugar Loaf Corn, No. 2 cans 20c Bremner Crackers, doz. pkgs .90c Uneeda Biscuits, doz. pkgs .95c Beechnut Peanut Butter, full size 38c Medium size . 25c Small size ........... .15c Beechnut Jelly Grape, Ap ple, plum, per glass . . .23c Irish Potatoes, lb ....... 15c per peck ............ 60c ST. PHONE 765 the Company- .A 1