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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 3, lyzu.
COME IN OUR STORE AND SEE ONE OF THE NEW Com fort BREAD AND CARE CABINETS Sanitary, Germ Proof Will keep bread for days. Made of galvanized iron, out-side aluminum painted. A handsome addition to any kitghen. 'TV 5 lays Corner Hdw Right at Ray's Right at the Corner THE MEN IN CLASS Al A sound healthy man Is never a bade number. A man can be as vigorous and able at seventy as at twentv. Condi tion not years, puts you in the discard. A system weakened by overwork and carele-ss living brings old age premature ly. The bodily functions are impaired and unpleasant symptoms appear. The wmIc snot is irenerallv the kl.lnevs. I k'ppn thrm rtcan and in nroner ?;orkinir condition and you will generally find yoursflf in Class A. Take GOLD MED AL. Haarlem 01 Capsules periodically! and your system will always be in work ing order. Your spirits will be enlivened, your muscles supple, your mind active, and your body capable of hard work. Don't wait until you have been reject ed. Commence to be a first class man now. Go to your druggist at once. Get a trial box of GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules. They are made of the pure, original, imported Haarlem Oil the kind your great-grandfather used. Two capsules each day will keep you toned up and feeling fine. Money re funded if they do not help you. Remem- , ber to ask for the imported GOLD MEDAL Brand. In three sizes, sealed packages. Adv. I 1IV1VU IS IV li OlAlli OF SEIGE BY REDS IN AGAIN J f 4 y f r i " if v? ' - v ' ?l: i' - v x x ' - i HOW TO KEEP BftBY'S NOSE CLEAN AND GERM-FREE An Item of Greatest Importance In the Care of Children. A M U SE ME NTS ' - . iilil: -' ' ;i ' a vi v career Vernon Steel plays opposite the star and heads an excellent sup porting cast- Told in the Hi!!s Seldom has a cast of such uniform Irkutsk. Jan.'.. likutsk Is in a state of sleije- Martial law was declared fi'.:.nvin?; the; urr'sing of social revo 'utiinary troops December 24, during wiilsh they cartured the railway sta-li-n bu- were unable tc take the city from the Kolchak forces. Order is be ing preserved by the Czecho-Slovak troops. The Americans in Irkutsk are safe and will be evacuated to Verkhne Uainsk. 160 miles east it Irkutsk. Communication across the Angara river is difficult because of the cuJ ting of the pontoon bridge and Ameri can Red Cross boats are the only means of transportation. Several of the cabinet members have bfen arrested. The revolutionary forces Chicago Charles E. Chadsey is back on the job again as superinten dent of the Chicago schools. 54 GARNIERS 3- Garniers. Jan. 2. Mr. and Mrs. P. Lu Hand entertained Christmas day with a tree. About 17 of their friends were present, among them: Mr. and Mrs. 6. H. Sayers, Mrs. C. A. Atchison, daughter, Miss Lettie and son Hush. Mr. Wm. Oartwright. Mrs. J. II. Brown and chil dren and their immediate family. Mrs. P. I,. Hand and danirhter Mis viitrmer. .Miss Aledil! excellence been assembled as that j f rom Irkutsk westward to Kraskoysk, , viaunci, iieaiJI lirown and aii- art in virtual control of the railroad j Hugh Atchison, Miss Lettie Atchison and which supports Robert Warwick in his latest Paramount-Artcrf t picture, "Told in the Hills,- to be. shown at the Isis .fieatre tomorrow. Mr. "War wick's leading woman is Anaa L.ittle, famous as the heroine or many of the William P. Hart pictures. Wanda but no serious outbreaks have been re ported. Admiral Kolchak -is said to be at Achinsk, 220 miles east of Tomsk. No Great Act Of Heroism Required. If some great act of heroism was necessary to protect a child from Hawley. who has supported several , croup, no mother would hesitate to Paramount-Artcraft s:ars, including protect fer offspring, but when it is Wallace Reid and Eileen Percy, lead- only necessary to keep at hand a bet ing woman for Douglas Fairbanks, are j tie of C3;amberlain's Cough Remedy cast in important roles. The male support is equally meritorious. Tom Form an. who recently returned from . service, and pluyeu in Cecil B. De'Couh Remedy is within the reach of and give it as soon as the first indi cation of croup appears, there are many who neglect it. Chamberlain's ELSIE FERGUSON i. TLe Witness for the Defense' At the Isis Today Mildren Austin's Stock Company. At last night's performance was held Mille's "For Better, For ' Worse," has l the part of the star's younger brother. Charles Ogle. Margaret Loom is, Monte jBIue, Hart Hoxie, and Jack Herbert, ! maintain the high s tandard. "Told in the Hills" is a picturiza tion of the book of the same name by Marian Ellis Ryan, which has been a 'best seller" for thirty years It is a powerful story of the great out doors, centring around the sacrifice of Jack Stuart, played by Mr.. "War wick, who marries the girl his younger brother wronged. k all and is prompt and effectual. -Adv. THOUSANDS STUDY MISSIONARY WORK Mr. Kwing von Axelson attended the aanoe at tie dye piant Christmas night. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. McKee and children motorea to Crestview Christmas after noon. Mr. and Mrs. W. X. Ilartgrove and son, W. N. Jr.. spent Sunday with Mrs. S T. Marlor at Camp Walton. Prof. W. N. Hartgrove was a business caller at Valparaiso Tuesday on his way to Creotview to take the chapter degrees in masonry. Hon. W. C. Pryor and two daughters and Miss Ruby Appleby of Camp Walton called on Mr. and Mrs. W. X. Hartgrove ednesday. Mr. and Mrs. XV. T. Hand spent Christ mas with her parents. Capt. Eric Von Axelson and wife at Lavrel Hill. Master Paul Von Alexson returned home with them for a week's visit. Mr. Curtis Wright of Crestview is vis iting his sister, Mrs. Nita Rogers this week. As young children tlo not know how to blow their noses, the secretions accumu late, become impure, unsanitary, irritat ing and infected with catarrh germs, are inclined to spread to the throat, tonsils, lungs and internal ear tubes and often cause tonsilitis; sore throat, ade noids, pneumonia, earache, and some times deafnes-s. Those and throat specialists are now recommending that the mother or . nurse keep the child's nose and throat clean and germ -free by rubbing a little Euca pine Salve up the nostrils for a cold, or putting a little of it on the back of the tongue for sore throat 'and tonsilitis. For croup and deep-seated colds Eucapine should be rubbed over the throat as well as in the nostrils. This salve is verv mild and pleasant so that the children j like it and soon learn to call for it by j name and use it for themselves when i they need it. It contain ; eucalyptus, the only non-poionous germicide for catarrh germs, also wintergreen, camphor, men thol, pintis sylvestris and refined petro laftim, all of which arer cleansing, sooth ing and healing. Eucapine salve may now be had at any weP-stocked drug store for. half a dollar. Adv. NEW HOTEL AND RESORT PINE HARCOR HOTEL AM) COTTAGES OX THE CAY SHORE AMONG THE PINES Good Time All the Time. Home Cookaifj. licasonaLIe Rates I. O. .MILTON PHONE MILTON, 40 How to Get There from I'ensacola: Tike steamer Helrr.ar at Palafox Wharf at i a. m. Two hours rklc a the buy, or by Motor to Ferry to Mu'a.t via Milton, then south through Hipdau. or take L .v N. to Milton ;nd telephone auto to meet you at station. a jfuch of a wemans beauty lies in her heir. Long, tuslrous, , fluffy hair helps any woman look. Voung and teculiful. Appearances mean fully as much to a nas Everyone can improve their hair by the use of BLACK AND WHITE HAIR DRESSING LOCAL WEATHER WEATHER REPORT. Eight Children Had Croup. 'T have eight children and The Best Cough Medicine When a druggist finds that his cus tomers all speak well of a certain preparation, he forms a good opinion of it and when in need of such a medi cine is almost certain to use it him- Des Moines, la.. Jan- . . ApProxl mately 75 per cent of he men mis - . . . . . . ,i . i , Sionaries or ,n orm mvrivu niu mc j - ..... uunuren aria give same per cent of the unmarried women iioney and Tar to all of missionaries in the last thirty-three ' them," writes Mrs. P. Rehkamp, 2104 years have been furnished by the.i"c""?" Covington, Ky.; "They all sident volunteer movement for for- j wefe subject to croup." It loosens eiffn missions, the executive commit day. The report was read by .Tor"-1 H. Mott, chairman of the executive beard tee reported at the convention hera to at the morning: session. It went into detail of the movement since it was and clears mucus and phlegm, stops that strangling cough, makes easy breathing possible and permits quiet sleep. It contains no opiates, and children like it. Good for colds, bron- jchial coughs and the-coughs that lin- (Complled for The Journa! by ths Weather Bureau Office.) Pensacola, Fla., January 3, 1320. .SurLse, 6:16. Sunset. 5:02. Moonrise, 3:02 p, m. Moonset, 4:15 a. m. Xext phase of the raou, full moon, 5th. Hish tide. ?:43 p. m. Low tide. 5 :-T6 a. m. Yesterday's Weather. Temperature 7 a. m. 2 noon 7 p. m. Dry bulb 33 Wet bulb 30 .Highest, 15. Lowert, 33. Mean, 4 4. Normal, 52. Mean same date last Accumulated deficiency dart, 4. Highest of record for January, 79 de grees. Lowest Tf record for January, 13 de grees. Rainfall For 24 hours ending 7 p m., 0. Total for this month to 7 p. m.. 0.05. Normal for January. 4.04 inches. Accumulated deficiency this year to date, 0.23. Humidity 7 a. m., CS. 12 noon. 41. 7 p. m., 41. Barometer 7 a. m., SO. 26. 7 p. m., 30.30. You Can Make Good Mkv.. Telling your friend's and neighbor about i f Black and White Hair Dressing and distributing advertising material j J S Write Dept. W for our attractive money-making offer. J 4S year, 4 4. this year Plough Chemical Co. ? Memphis, Tcnn. Black and IVhii Soap is best for Shampoo and Skin. 4 GEORGIA ROAD OFFICIAL QUITS what Is named 'pay night wnen every , pe!f and ,n his farni5v. Tnis is wh FO I person was given an envelope contain -!many drUffgits Ue and recommend ing money In putting the.se envelopes Chamberla5n.s c Kemedy. J. B.i8'40 the Hghest contained a gold $o P1ece.iun ..T havi rhamlwP. nd The play was "Why Lindy Ran Away" aina Coug; nwnedy irl my famlJ for sin and las two very exciting scenes in,tll ,..t spv.n vt.arm anA fr,,,nd!a JL. ue iti.eit. tu yHiua i it to be the best cough medicine I have ana xne oiner one in wiucn iviiss aus- ver known" dv tin his a realistic ngnt witn a man. j At tcdays matinee tnere win prevail the popular price of 10 cents admis sion 10 all and after the matinee Miss Austii will hold a reception and serve tea to those whoso desire is to attend. ; organized thirv.three years ago- Ap-I"" ' isnp. iooa proximately 10.000 institutions which 1" l" T a o.u 1 , , . . , n f r n i r ''.v. u iiave an enrollment 01 auoui juu.uuv i students are represented In the organ- j tion 2oIay. It3 records show that n 40 of the students it enrolled as ; ; volunteers have gone to mission fields. of that number 2,202 w'ere sent ' ce the convention six years ago - nsas Ci;y. i " TP Macon. Oeorgia., Jan. J. J. R. Frink, for sixteen years treasurer and j pyrchasing agent for the Macon. Dub lin and Savannah railroad, resigned today to enter business at Miami, Fla. He ws succeed by George M. Nor wood, commercial agent. !- NAVAL STORES Ed. C. Nutt Tent Show. "Tlie Higher Law" the present of fernig of tho Kd. C Nutt comedy-players was greeted by another large and appreciate audience last night at the big tent. This play is one of the best Mr. Nutt has offered in the way of modem drama and the people of Pen sacola are aware of it by the excep tional y largo attendance at every per formance. Ti:t final performance of "The Higher Law" is tonight with a special matinee today at 2:30 p. m. Commending Monday night and con tinuing throughout the entire week the management has secured Harry Rich, knowr. as Sensational Rich, "the man who ilirts with death." This act is one oi tho most daring that has ever been attempted and succesfully mas tered. He perilously performs over the heads of the amazed spectators, using , no safety appliances whatever, and he impresses one as placing a very low valuation on his life. He rej;less ly defies death by accomplishing dan gerous tr.ipez stunts off the top of a high building, which in case of the least i;lip would mean instand death. He also does several high class vaude ville turns that will be introduced be nvcn acts of "Under Cover" the play for the first half of next week. PENSACOLA Fensacola, Jan- 2, Trading on the open market has been discontinued. Receipts: Spirits, 85; rosin, 30S.. Ship ments: Spirits, 16G; rosin. 510. Stock: Spirits, 5,329; rosin, 55,481. the Witness For the Defense In hr portrayal of the role of Stena lorricl; in her Paramount-Artcraft picture. "The Witness for the Defense," which will be shown at the Isis thea tre toi'.ay, Miss Ferguson - is required in the action to shoot her drunken husband. The scene is one of great drarnalk: intensity and perhaps the strongest provided by the author, A. E. . Ma son. in his story. During the filming of this scene, CaPtair. Ballantyne, the husband, a drunken wretch, portrayed by Warr Oland, seeks to vresi a revolver from Ftelli, he role portrayed by Miss Fer guson, and in a struggle is it dis chargee! and Hallantyne instantly killed. In falling, lie seizes Stella in a dying clutch and all but wrests her gown fiom her. Both players were In tensely invested in the scene and the r.ltimato in realism was reached. The picture is one of exceptional power j.nd affords Miss Ferguson one of the strongest roles of her screen SAVANNAH Savannah, Jan. 2 The spirit mar ket was firm at 1.61 3-4, with sales of 17. The rosin market was firm with sales of 921. Receipts: Snirits. S3: rosin. 237. Shipments: Spirits, 33; rosm. o. Stock: Spirits, 14.639; ro sin. 54,503. Quotations were as follows: "Y"vV, 21.23; YVG. 20.23; N rn.00; M. 19.00; K. 1S.50 -18.53; I. 17.20(7?17.25; II. G, lS.60ffl6.65: F. 16-55S16..65: K. 16.50 1G.C0; D. 16.3016.53; B. 1C.4516.33. JACKSONVILLE Jacksonville. Jan. 2 The spirit mar ket was firm at 1-61 1-2. with sales of 219. The rosin market was steady w ith sles of i:S31. Receipts: Spirits, 326; rosin. l.?07. Shipments: SPlrirs. 336; rosin. 1.7S2. Stock: Spirits.11,335; rosin, 91.34 Z. Quotations were as follows: TV"W, 21.23; YVG. 20.6020.73; N. 19.50; M. 19.00: K. 18.231S.33; I. 16.80(317 00; II. 16.5016.60; G. 16.5016.33; F, F, 16.45T6.53; D, B, 16.4316.30. Peel Off The Old Skin; Bring Out the New Tou know that beneath that moddy. over-red or blotchy complexion you have a skin that's clear, soft and White. If you could only have this more beautiful skin exposed to view instead of the hor rid old skin you now behold in your mirror! You c?n and by a very simple, harmless process which you can use yourself. Cet an ounce of common mer colized wax at your drugKist s and this evening spread a thin coating of it over your face. Tomorrow moinir.g wash It off with warm water. Small powder like particles of th lifeless top skin will eome off with the wax. Itepeat thts daily until a!l the worn-out scarf skin (has been absorbed. Then you'll have a lovelier. iK-altluer looking complexion than you now think possible. Chaps, pimples, spots, freckles or other surface di.ifigvrements are cf r-ourse removed 1 GIRLS ! GIRLS ! Clear Your Skin Save Your Hair WITH CUTIGURA Make these fragranttsuper creamy emollients ycur every-day toilet prepara- tioa v.nd have a clear sweet healthy skin and complexion, good hair and soft "white hands, with ittle trouble and trifling expense. Absolutely noth ing better, purer, sweeter at any price. DST-Cuticura Toilet Consisting of Cuticum Soap to cleanse and purify. Cuticura Ointment to sootho and soften, and Cuticura Talcum to powder and perfume, promote and maintain skin parity, skin comfort and skin health often when all else seems to fafl. Everywhere 25c each. Sample each free by mall. Address: Cuticora 1 .IuvbImIm r t ls.tj Sii' Cuticura Soap shaves wUsoat sbs.1 BUN PRICES FREE DELIVERY TO ANY PART OF THE CITY American Cheese, lb. . 40c Brookfield Butter, lb. 75c Cranberries, per qt 1 5c Lard, 8 lb. bucket : .$2.40 Lard, 4 lb. bucket . $1.S3 Campbell Cigarettes, box $1.G0 Breakfast Bacon, lb. 40c Salt Meat, lb. . 28c Mops. . , : . . 33c Bee Brand Corn, No. 2 can . 15c Bee Brand Peas, No. 2 can 15c Magnolia Milk, per can 20c Dunbary Syrup, gal. can , S1.20 Dunbary, Syrup 1-2 gal. can GOc Resinoi, pt. can 40c Resinol, qt. can 80c FEED STUFF Cotton Seed Mea!, 100 lb. sacks .3.23 Alfalfa Meal, 100 lb. sacks $2.50 Liberty Dairy Feed, 100 lb. sacks ... $3.00 Corn, per bu $2.20 Brown Shorts, 100 lb. sacks $3.15 Plant Shorts, 100 lb. sacks ; . . .$3.40 Corno Hen Feed, 100 lb: sacks $4.35 Corno Horse Feed, 100 lb Sacks $3.40 We also Have Blocks and Split Wood at a Low Price. :-: FOR :-: 1 i N Eggs, per doz 65c Pat-a-Cake, pkg . . .... 30c Brookfield Butter lb. . . 75c Cloverbloom Butter . . . lb 75c Swift's Oleo, 2 lbs 75c Lard, per. lb 28c N ArmoTir'a Vpcptnhlp .1 w e w " lb. bucket $1.40 Armour's Vegetable, 8 lb. bucket . . . .' $2.75 Swift's Premium Ham, lb 37 1-2 Picnic Ham, lb 27 1-2 Bacon, lb 35c Breakfast Bacon, lb. . . 40c Sliced Bacon, box .... GOc Maxwell House Coffee 3 lb. can .$1.50 Maxwell House Coffee, 1 lb. can 50c French Market Coffee 3 lb. bucket , French Market Coffee tin Tall Cream, 3 cans . . Magnolia Milk, can . . Libby's Milk, can 20c Early June Peas, No. 2 can 15c Corn, No. 2 can 15c Clipper Peas, No. 1 . . . 10c . Sauer Kraut, per can . . 10c . $1.3t 35c 50c 20c 10c 25c 35c 23c 25c 20c 15c 25c 25c 20c GARDEN CASH GROCERY ift This new treatment for the hair is pure white, delightfully perfumed J Ji 4 and will not clot or gum It will destroy dandruff, and being made of A M jOnly the best materials, it is recommended fo make the hair grow longj H ' soft, cflossy and easy to brush and comb. H t If you are dissatisfied with your hair, you suffer the embarassment of J m dandruff or scalp dust, go to your druggist at once and ask for a laroe d Q 23c package of Black and White Hair Dressing. If he cannot supply "J , you send to us and a package will be mailed you postpaid. 1 f. si H 1 R1BSAV OC :oc U h 10c f 20c Balboa Sardines, 7 1-2 oz can, 2 for 25c American Sardines, can 07c Salmon, 1 lb. can 25c Red Salmon, tin . . . . ; 25c Red Beans, No. 2 car. . 20c Heinz Spaghetti, large can . . 20c t Heinz Relish, large jar 40c ji Beach Nut Jelled Peach can ,ioc tig Jam, jar 20c W Van Ham-tVa Pnnnf v w - a a j B WMAAMV Butter, 15c jar . . . Van Camp's Peanut Butter, 25c jar . . . Libby's Salad Dressing large jar 30c l Black fc,yed Peas, lb. . . Navy Beans, 2 lb Lima Beans, 2 lb Red Beans, lb 20c Paper Shell Pecans, lb. . 40c V Pecans, lb. . Prunes, lb Seedless Raisins, pkg.. Atmores Mince Meat pkg Tomato Past, 3 cans.. Dates, pkg Codfish, lb. Mocks . Spanish Mackeral, large size, 2 for 33c Scotch Herring, doz. . . .$1.50 Toilet Paper, G for . . . '4 1 p B h u t el 51 ?l 5c 1 H Garden and Devillier Streets. We Deliver to All Parts of the City IE3 3E3E O 1! 3ES O O S T art sMfc rii i l V5 3 R n n fcL-L LI 0 S3 IES. Phone 18S9. Cor. Lloyd & Davis Sts. Phone 1S9D Free Delivery to All Parts of the City 08S This Interest You? Buy Wood at Reduced Prices! $2.00 a ine Blocks, extra large, CtA ff .23, or 20 for -ioUU $1.00 Rough Mill Ends, wet, while they last at, per load Dry Light Wood, .per load : 11 Hard Pina 10 for $2 Kindling, " p?r sack St earns Lumber & Expert Co. t PHONE 1313 r t