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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. ; FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER .14, 1919.
APPRECIATED LETTERS We have received a number of letters similar to these two (extracts of which are printed below), and while they were very much appreciated we have hesitated making them public for fear our readers might think us unduly elated. But receiving these two from almost forgotten customers and so nearly together has persuaded us to publish them. We want to take this opportunity to thank, our many customers and assure them we appreciate their patronage. Jackson. Miss., Nov. 4. 1919. Rox Cowley, j Pensacola, Fla. : Dear Mr. Rox: I have mailed you a package of rolls and films from Jackson. Miss. I trust that they will be finished with tho same care and attention that you gave my work while I was sta tioned at the naval air station during the war. If so, that will be all that I can possibly ask. I might add that I have been unable to have any photographic work done since that time that in any way compares with that turned out of your studio, and -for this reason I am sending you my work from so great- a dis tance. You can either return it C. O. D. or advise me of the V amount and I will send a check on receipt of your statement..',- ' Trusting that we will have more of the pleasant business deal- , Ings in the future and with the same spirit of mutual satisfac- -tion, I am. Yours very truly. : ' T. R. McCAMDRIDGE. i . .Red Cross Seal Sale Director for Mississippi. Cambridge, Mass., Nov. 4. Dear-Mr. Rox: As I like the work, you did for me when I was in your town better .than anything I can find in Boston, I am going to send you some kodak work from time to time. Yours very truly, - J. HENRY FL.YNN. 156 Hancock Street. : - !KODAlCV0P " One Block South of American Bank Building. An -Editor Recommends fflo&oiiifiiate To it ui oowoiroirs Mr. I. P. Hill, editor Enterprise. Ensley. Ala.. -write: "I want to tell yoa that I bare been living in this district for the past 27 years and there is no man that is better known than I am. I tell yoa this because I want yon to know that I am no stranger to the people. About twenty days aaro I was down on my back with the worst case of rheumatism and I began to use your medicine and in about a week I w-as on my feet again. People all over Birmingham and Ensley were astonished to see me get well so quick and wanted to know wh at medi cine I took. I told them "5-DROPS" and very man who has the rheumatism knows of your medicine and say they will use it. I am telling, every one of the virtue of your remedy and I ma sure it will increase the sale jpf same"." --. - Such evidence as this should besufficfent to prove to any person the valueof "6-DROPS" in rheumatic troubles. . "6VDROPS" is sold by the leading drug gists in every part of the United States and Canada. - - . ' A sample bottle will be mailed free, If you will 'write to The Swanson Company, Newark,Ohio. FREE SMALL FIRE DOES , SLIGHT DAMAGE TO ROOF , ' Fire slightly damaged the roof at 707 North Tarragona .street, late yesterday afternoon. The department from the East -Hill station arid from the Cen- tral fire' station responded to the. call. GET READY Herbicide Marj Says: You can nave a wealth of beautiful hair NEWBRO'S HERPICIDE is used IN TIME ..." t" Sold 'Everywhere W. A. D'Alemberte, Special Agent r LOOK FOR t w l THE RED BALL TKADEr MARK kitT - Sf 1 1 II fmfcartnseAnimtion SfrbotinJ Riffiit'l hi J asVetoro of fiit so Eemoves the cause Bv deatrnvino. Terms of :MALAKIA. At your drag j tore, . 60c ; . money back if no good, ; BKHREJTS DRUG ;'CO ;: : FOR "FLU" Keep. Your Liver Active, Your System . ; Purif ied and Free From " Colds by 'Taking Calotabs, the Nauseates ";' Calomel Tablets, That Are Delight v ful, Safe and. Sure. ; ' ' Physicians ' and Druggists are ad vising" their friends to keep their sys tems purified and their organs in per feet working order as a protection against " the return of influenza. They know that a clogged up system and a lazy liver favors colds. Influenza and serious complications. .-.',. To cut short a cold overnight "and to prevent "serious complications " take one Calotab at bedtime with a swallow of water-rthat!s all. No salts, no nau sea, no griping, no sickening after ef fects. Next morning your cold has van Ished, your liver is active, your sys tem' is purified and refreshed" and yoa are. feeling fine, with a hearty appetite for" breakfast. Eat what you please--, nd danger : ' . ' ' ,v ' , -.'s;. " 5 Calotabs are sold : only' in original sealed tr .'.packages; price i thirty-f ivo ents.j'' 'Eyeryi 'druggrlst : is authorized to refund f your money if you, are not perfectly delighted with Calotabs. Adv. ii--" i . Dillif:! i Wholesome I have a leaning toward one thing DUNBAR'S? Of course who told you? With good hot bxserixt, bread or cakes, -'Twill take a lot to hold you! DOLLY DUNBAR Impatient young appetites can hardly wait till mother fixes the spread of bread and Dunbar's Southern syrup. And such syrup! Um-m-m! How the kiddies love its delicious,' fresh cane flavor and its full, smooth sweetness l ' Wise mothers 5 know there is no food more nourishing or healthful. , Pure. Wholesome. Builds strength. Furnishes correct sweet which their grow ing bodies require. . . 'Grown-ups, too, are high in their praise of this real, genuine cane syrup. So rich so mellow it's half the pleasure of - eating waffles, pancakes, hot biscuits. " Order DUNBAR'S SOUTHERN SYRUP today. Have it on the table always. , It's an economical, substantial food, Ask your grocer for the checkered can. . Dunbar's Syrups are packed under several colored checkered labels. All are guaranteed highest quality. V . DUNBAR MOLASSES & SYRUP CO. NEW ORLEANS. LA. NEW YORK MEMPHIS II dp lO W W y 4? W .Jf & 5 - S .T" 'iwfr.. y pPf9.. ' iiplpSiif V-a y J W&fk7- SSftSSS8 if' 4 tdr3ito -Wk i SSM If TV ' Pi 1 "cte 3 of all apples from fi -:X:tTi, '?;wyM thwest. wnere higQ J l-i'-r' s: jf-k ZA 3 . snow-fed -irriea- ."W ..-Ai',r . . A-i-yjS Oieavenin the The most select lh. Papific fl'OI tion vo'leanio ash soil, give exquisite flavor, luclness and hich mineral con--cr, mhiiiat food, iov and healtti In the home, have SKookum Apples al'( winter ions i LEVY & HALLMARK, Distributors 111 Fop That CHILLY Feeling. Take Grove's Tasteless CHILLi Tonic. It Warms the Body by Purifying and Enriching the Blood. You can soon feel Its Strengthening, Invigorating Effect. Price 60c. adv. TRAINS RUN LATE DUE TO WASHOUT OZmerica's Supreme ttpples JSprays and Local Appli cation Will-Not Cure Catarrh ' Iont deceive yourself, if by th$ persistent use of sprays, douches salves and - other local . applications you have, stopped the discharge fronv your nose 'and throat. ' The troublj! will return in a more aggravated form. I It Is Ralrt that lh e-lan.la nf fVit nose and throat act as an "emergen cy plug for the human sewage sys. lem;" that whenthe kidneys, skin and lungs are unable to properly dispose of "some of the impurities that collect In those organs, such impurities are thrown out throush the glands of the throat traceable to impure- blood Head colds, due to exposure, mast not be confused with that chronic, aggravated condition of the" nose and throat traceable to impre blood. The best way to relieve this eon--dltion of chronic catarrh ls by cleans ing the blood of all Impurities that have collected in the system. There no' better .. treatment than Plough's Prescription C-223, the great bloe purifier. This reliable alterative preJ criptlon treatment corrects the im pure state of the bloof, gives the Wa cues an opportunity to ; exercise thei normal functions and results- in tho relief of the catarrhal condition so dangerous to good health. To secure the best results in taking Plough's Prescription C-2223, the liver Should be made active and the bowels Regular. 2223 Liver -Pills are recom- mended especially for this purpose These pills do not sicken or gripe One pill Is a dose and only three need be taken a week to keep the liver and bowels in a healthy condition. , Plough's Prescription C-2223 can b eupplied yon by any good druggist In, targe bottles for $1.50, the Pills for T5c; or the 2223 Laboratory, Memphis, ran, will mail both postpaid on re ceipt of 11.75. Samples of the L4ve Pills and leaflet regarding Plough's Prescription C-2223 will be sent youj without charge on receipt of this clip- ping with name and address. Train service in this section has been considerably crippled due to the recent heavy rains. Trains coming from New Orleans have been several hours late due to washouts which oc curred in that territory. Conditions are clearing uj however, and it is ex pected to have all trains running on schedule time today. SHIPPING NOTES. The .American , steamer "West Har shaw consigned to the Pensacola Ship ping Co., is" to arrive inJ this port Saturday Nov. 15. -The vessel will take on a general cargo for Liver The American steamer , Thos. . L. Wand, loaded with" mahogany logs from Frontera, Xic, and consigned to a Texas port is reported in" distress off the Florida coast. The report states that the vessel is waterlogged and that part of the cargo has been washed away. It is suppored that the ves sel encountered the same storm which hit the schooner W. D. Hossack, now in this port for repairs. ' - Prescription n , 22 OBITUARY. ' i s s s s x nfr; ' 3 3 s'a a s s'l F.F.CHRIS. F. F. Chri3 died at the home 114 "West Government street early yester day morning. ; Mr. Chris had been a resident of Pensacola for the past '50 years mov ing here from Mobile. He was. the oldest member of the barbers trade in this city and was a charter mem ber of the S. B. A- No. 1. He is survived by his wife and five children; F. F. Chris, Jr., E. S. Chris. C. J. Chris. Mrs. P. S. Anderson, and Mrs. C. J. Johnson The funeral will be held at St. Michael's Church this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock and the burial will be made in St. John's cemetery. The "pall bearers will be selected from the S- B A. No. 1. EP WORTH LEAGE ; SOCIAL SERVICE The social and services of the First Methodist Epworth League to be held this evening at 7:v0-10:30 o'clock promise to be interesting The follow ing program will be presented: 1. Song. . 2. Lord's Prayer in Concert. 3. Song. 4. Announcement of Subject: Our Relation, to Others. . . . , 5.. , Scripture Les3on. , . 6. The Leader's Application of the Lesson Miss Coely. , 7. Iuet by "Misses SIegor and and Coley. " - , 8. Short Addres: "'Our Relation to a Certain Neutral Element., Out of the Church.'V-Miss Gertrude Webb. .... 9. Song. 10. Short Talk "Our Relation lo the Needy .(Segregated Classes)-Mlsa Lucy lloakins. - , 11. Instrumental Solo Miss LoftSn. 12. Talk by Mr. J. C. Wainrlgit on "Our Relation to the Foreign Ele ment in our Midst" J 11 Song. Consecration Prayer. . Reading. Song. Benediction. Social hour; refreshments. ..." - r 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. Steps The Tickle. Heals the Throat and Cures the Cough HAYES' HEALING HONEY. S5c. A free box of GROVE'S O-TEN-TRATFJ SALVE for Chest Colds, Heald CuW and Croup with every bottl.- adv. V ATARRH For head or thmf Catarrh try the vapcr treatment -mi S Romping Growing thrive splendidly on An ideal food with cream or good milk. Delicious-Econoixdcal at Grocers- Made by Postum Cereal Co. Battle- Creek, Mich. OUR BODYOARir-jiQfl