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THE PENSACOLA" JOUKNAL, FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 12, 1920
MICHAELS-STtRM
VALCE-FIRST
CLOTHES
In Methuselah's Home Town
You couldn't , find any better
remedy for keeping young than
the Spring Suits that we have
ready fcr Easter.
Even .the most conservative model
doesn't look a minute over 4i and if
you dare risk a young man's style, we
ran bring back those delicious days
when you dabbled in ice cream sodas
and sent lacy valentines.
Every enc young or old is going to
try their hardest to look their nicest
this Spring.
It isn't too early to plan now Easter
Sunday is April 4th.
2EE9
Store
No woman who is opposed to
buying new clothes at today's
high prices need ever look
dowdy while our service is so
available and so efficient in
restoring old clothes to new
brightness and cleanliness.
Just try us. You'll like the
servico and the economy.
The Empire Laundry
Where Linen Lasts acid Dyeing Is
. An Art. ,
22 NORTH PA LA FOX
Phone 322
Please Remember
That5 we carry a Most Com
plete Line of
OFFICE SUPPLIES
OFFICE FURNITURE
LOOSE LEAF LEDGERS
BINDERS
INDEXES FILES
Senbusch Self-Closing
INK STANDS
Schaeffer's Self-Filling
FOUNTAIN PENS
1920 CALENDAR PADS
SHARP-POINT PENCILS
MAYES PRINTING
COMPANY
QUALITY PRINTING
MODI RN OFFICE EQt'IPMENT
, AND OFFICE SUPPLIES
Phono 181
20-22 V. GOVERNMENT ST.
EVERLASTING
FABRICS CO.
Pensacola's Representative Store
To Relieve Indigestion or Dyspepsia
Take a Dyspepsia Tablet
Q ft- ' After
3?
2:c BOX
THE CRYSTAL PHARMACY
NORTHUP & WOOD
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
AND EMBALMERS
Ambulance Service Day or Night.
Phones 39, 55 or 56
Office 12 and li V. Iniendeeela St.
OWN YOUR HOME
Pensacola Home and Savings
Assn.
J. n. Bayliss, SecTj
goulh PalifMfa PbaamJB
r-
PRESTON FOR
COUNTYBOARD
NATIVE YOUNG PENSACOLIAN
ANNOUNCES THIS MORNING TO
REPRESENT DISTRICT NO. 2.
The Journal this morning announces
the candidacy of Edward P. Preston
for County Commission from district
No. 2. Ir. Preston makes the follow
ing statement relative to his can
didacy: "In making my announcement solicit
ing the votes and support of my friends
and fellow citizens in district No. 2,
I have two reasons to offer for donig
so.
"First I want the office for every
legitimate dollar of salary there Is in
it
"Second, I .believe that I can give
the taxpayers of the county value re
ceived for every dollar of salary they
pay me.
"I was born at Warrington, in 1883.
I am a newspaperman and have
worked on the papers of our city for
the past twenty years. I am a con
servative union man, being a member
in continuous good standing of the
Pensacola Typographical Union. I be
lieve in a good day's work for a good
day's pay. I have been honored by
the members of my own organization
by being twice elected as president of
that body and was for five years its
secretary-treasurer. I also was. presi
dent of the Central Trades Council for
two terms.
"Under the old aldermanic adminis
tration I was honored by the voters of
the city by being elected to a position
on the Board of Public Safety which
I held for two years.
"I believe in a system of permanent
roads and bridges which will put this
county on an equal footing with some
of the other counties of the state which
have such good roads. I believe that
this county should as soon as possible
put in a permanent road to the Lil
lian bridge and also one to the east
by the way of Ferry Pass connecting
up with Santa Rosa county and that
Pensacola and Escambia county would
benefit greatly by so doing.
"While the Board of County Com
missioners I understand has no di
rect control over the building of public
schools, I favor the building of a high
school that will at least equal the
construction and appearance of our
beautiful county jail building, and I
think the children of our community
are at least entitled to as much com
fort as the criminals, which they have
not today." Paid Political Adv.
CITY POUND IS
HOLDING STEER
The city is holding a dark brown
steer which was picked up on the
streets several days ago and will sell
it at auction unless the owners claim
the animal. It is being held in the
city pound until the sale.
YOUR HAIR IS
GROWING GRAY
Don't Neglect the First Streaks. Hurry
Apply Q-Ban Hair Color Restorer.
Stops Dandruff and Falling Hair.
Darkens Gray Hair.
When you see the first white streak
or your hair is lifeless then apply Q
Ban Hair Color Restorer on all your
hair and scalp. If your hair is tinged
with gray, streaked, wispy, or your
hair is entirely gray, Q-Ban Hair
Color Restorer will easily restore the
even, dark luster of a young girl, mak
ing your entire - head of hair soft,
fluffy, long, thick and evenly dark. Q
Ban Hair Color Restorer is not a dye,
but, a clean, clear liquid as safe to
handle as pure water. It does not cost
much to try. You can easily apply It
in the privacy of your own room and
stop that first sign of gray so no one
can tell. Get a bottle of Q-Ban Hair
Color Restorer. Full directions on
each bottle. Mail orders 75 cents. Ad
dress Q-Ban, Memphis, Tenn. Adv.
PENSACOLA
FRIDAY
MARCH
19
Rhoda
i
Royal
Circes
AND OLD BUFFALO
WILD WEST
300 HORSES 300
Open Cages of Rarest Animals
500 PEOPLE 500
3 BANDS AND CALLIOPES
Magnificent Street Parade
Royal's Performing Elephants
2 Complete Performances 2
Afternoon at 2; Night at 8
DIVERT CROWDS
TO PENSACOLA
CITY IS BEING ADVERTISED TO
THOUSANDS OF TOURISTS . BY
CHARLES HERVEY.
Advertising the city and calling at
tention to the advantages of Pensa
cola to the many tourists in the
southern part of the state, Charles
and Mrs. Hervey are making a tour
of the state by automobile. They "are
also working up interest in the com
ing newspapermen's convention to be
held in this state In June.
Mr. and Mrs. Hervey will reach
Tampa for the district convention of
Rotary to be held there March 13
and 19. They left Pensacola last week
and plan to make at complete tour of
the state by way of the East coast
and returning by way - of the west
coast.
The party will distribute advertis
ing literature in all the cities on their
route. The advertising is from the
Pensacola Chamber of Commerce and
local civic organizations as well as
from the San Carlos hotel.
Mr. Hervey states, in a letter re
ceived from him yesterday, that the
southern part " of the state is over
crowded with tourists And more peo
ple are down there than ever before
in the history of the state. He says
that he is advertising this city as a
good place to stop over on their way
their home states.
METHODISTS SPEND HALF
MILLION FOR WAR RELIEF
Nashville. Tenn., March 11. The
Methodist Episcopal church. South,
this week appropriated $250,000 for im
mediate relief work in Poland. A simi
lar sum has also been set aside for
Belgian relief.
This fund will be .used in religious
and social reconstruction work in the
devastated, regions. Centers have al
ready been established at Brussels,
Ypres, Lille and Menin in Belgium
and a staff of nine workers have
sailed. Others will soon follow.
The money appropriated comes from
the funds of the Centenary Commis
sion, which " has $50,000,000 available
for missionary work at home and
abroad. '
Czecho-Slovakia, Russia, Portugal
and Serbia will be helped from the
Centenary funds. A clinic has been
opened at Belgrade and an orphanage
established at Faversham, England,
to care for Serbian orphans.
SAND KEY PASSINGS.
Sand Key, Mar. 11. Passed west,
10th J. M. Guffey, Kewanee, Quitti
cas. 11th San Patricio, Br.; .Lake
Gavella.
I JPy j
Shirt Clearance Sale
OVER 1,000 MEN'S FINE SHIRTS GO ON SALE TODAY
SHIRTS
Now J- .43
t5X Value $2.50
SHIRTS
Now TQ.i3
DU Value $3.00
SHIRTS
Now JV8o
tD Value Si.00
SHIRTS
Now (JJQ.85
t&O Worth ?j.00
SHIRTS
Now d.83
tOft Worth ?6.00
SILK SHIRTS
Now I?.83
DO Worth $8.50
MEN'S SUMMER
UNION SUITS
FOR LESS
Men's Union
Men's Union Suits
S1.25
S2.50
3 for f3.50
3 for $7.00
Men's Union Suits Men's Union
at
at
$2.00
3 for ?5.50
$3.00
3 for $3.50
MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S
SUITS HATS SHOES UNDERWEAR
BELTS
50c to
$2.00
S. A. GATHERS
WASTE PAPER
INDUSTRIAL AND SALVAGE DIVIS
ION HAS SAVED MORE THAN
THREE-QUARTERS OF A MIL
LION TONS IN TEN YEARS.
Atlanta, Ga., Mar. 11. To assist in
relieving the acute shortage of news
print paper which is seriously hamp
ering the publication of newspapers
and magazines throughout the country
the Salvation Army urges all firms and
individuals to save their waste paper
of whatever description.
The wagons of the Salvation Army
visit every street in every city where
a Salvation Army corps' is located at
least once every two weeks and gather
up this waste paper after which it is
baled and returned to the mills to be
worked over into news print paper.
About 50,000 tons of waste paper
have been turned back to the mills in
the last twelve months by the Sal
vation Army according to computa
tions made by the national head
quarters in New York City.
In five southern cities alone, ac
cording to Captain C. C. Lever, man-
ager of the industrial department in
Atlanta, more than six million pounds
were returned to the mills last year,
and this does not include the thousands
of pounds that were saved for further
use in the dozens of other cities and
smaller towns in the South where the
Salvation Army operates.
"Had the Salvationists not gathered
up this, enprmous volume of waste
paper a small mountain in size," says
Captain Lver, baled it and returned
it to, the mills to be remanufactured,
the paper would have been burned by
householders and stores, or otherwise
destroyed and lost to the publishing
industry. And at the same time the
Salvation Army was giving jobs as
'wastepaper harvesters to hundreds of
unemployed men.
"Money raised with the sale of baled
waste paper maintains our eighty-five
industrial homes in - various parts of
the country where men not able' to
support themselves are given . such
light work as they are able to per
form and those who can't work at all
are maintained without charge.
;. "The Salvation Army practices com
mon, sense salvage as well as salva
tion. It not only saved for publishers
of the United States more than three
quarters of a million tons of paper In
the last ten years, but in the process
it put thousands of human derelicts
on their feet."
Troop 3, Boy Scouts, will meet at
the Y. M. C. A. at 3 o'clock this aft
ernoon. This meeting will take the
place of the Friday night session which
has been called off on account of the
basketball game at .Century.
PRINQ
UIT
for Men are here in all the latest pat
terns and styles. We have a large
variety to select from but your Easter
Suit should be chosen now before the
rush starts.
Men's Oxfords
12.50 values go at .... ... . 10.00
SILK SHIRTS
Now CnJS5
tDi Worth $10.00
SILK SHIRTS
Now &t - .85
tD-LAworth ? 15.00
SILK SHIRTS
Now (T- Q-83
DXOVorth?n.50
CLEARANCE SALE
MEN'S SOX
BUY NOW
Suits 30c and 35$ Sox
S1.00
$1.00
75c
S1.00
4 pairs for ...
50c Sox white only
3 pairs for ;
Fine 11.00 Sox
Suits
at
Buster Brown Pure
Silk Sox at
Monito Pure Silk
Sox at
81.00
Tike Leader
21S SOUTH PALAFOX ST.
GILCHRIST WOULD
BE DELEGATE
- Funta Gorda, Mar. 11. (Special.)
Ex-Governor Albert W. Gilchrist, is
at home here for a few days, after
having been occupied for some time
with business affairs in "Waycross, Ga.,
and it is a matter of considerable pub
lie interest that he announces as a
candidate for. delegate from the state
at large to the Democratic national
convention to be held in San Francisco,
commencing June. 28.
Ex-Governor Gilchrist enjoys a pop
ularity all over Florida, which will In
sure him a large vote in the coming
primary election, and, as delegate to
the national convention of the Demo
cratic party, he will represent Florida
democracy with fidelity and loyalty,
upholding every good and sound prin
ciple and supporting men and meas
ures acceptable to his constituency and
insuring the success of the party in
the coming presidential election.
Being fully conversant with the
questions of the day, he is prepared to j
aci inieiugenuy on any issue uiai may
arise, and may be depended upon to
do the right thing at the right time.
COUNTY BOARD TO '
MEET SATURDAY
The County Commissioners will meet
Saturday morning in joint session with
the board from Santa. Rosa county to
discuss ways and means of completing
the approaches to Molino bridge. San
ta Rosa county has made arrange
ments to do the work on their end
and are asking that Escambia carry
out its - part of the agreement. An
amicable! understanding is expected to
be reached.
1
CALOMEL'S DOOM
The "Liver Tone" Man Warns Folks
Against the Sickening Sali
' vating Drug.
Ugh! Calomel makes you sick.. It's
horrible! Take a dose of the danger
ous drug tonight and tomorrow you
lose a day.
Calomel is' mercury! "When it comes
into contract with sour bile, it crashes
into it, breaking it up. Then is when
you feel that awful nausea and cramp
ing. If you are sluggish, if liver is tor
pid and bowels constipated or you
have headache, dizziness, coated ton
gue, if breath is bad or stomach sour,
just try a spoonful of harmless Dod
son's Liver Tone tonight.
Here's my guarantee Go to any
drug store and get a bottle of Dodson's
Liver Tone for a few cents. Take a
spoonful and if it doesn't straighten
you right up and make you feel fine
and vigorous, go back to the store and
get your money. Dodson's Liver Tone
is destroying the sale of calomel be
cause it can not salivate or make you
siek. Adv.
NECKWEAR
50c to
$3.00
SOUNDS
KIDDIES MATINEE
TOMORROW 10 :30 A. M.
THEATRE
The Celebrated Child Story
"Babes in the Woods"
- A Mammoth Production in 10 Parts
11c TO ALL
She was tired of being the only
"live one in a village of sleep
walkers. Tired of watching the
train whiz by with other folks
going somewhere to do some
thing. TODAY WE PRESENT
DOROTITW
& "MARY ELLEN
SHE TRIED
To "pep upn a town that wanted to sleep; To do
a dinky dance in a Broadway cabaret; To keep out
of jail, by "vamping" a man from home.
SHE SUCCEEDED
In falling in love, spilling the beans, and winning
a husband for keeps.
SHOWING ALSO "THE HEART SXATCHER" (A SUNSHINE COMEDY
SCREAM) "SCREEN SMILES" WITH ISIS ORCHESTRA
THOMAS H. INCE bretsy
nOUGIvAS
MAC LEAN
DOWS
M AY
And a New Lyons
"THE
v rcTraTfoTbit
ELEB ASH JEWELRY COMPANY
We Grind Our Own Lenses
BRING YOUR GLASSES TO US
Phone 713 112 South Palafox
Self-Rising and i
Ready Prepared
Flour
rtnEconcaI f
T Juxur
9 3jls6vtLLK.
TENN.
fOR EVERY DAY
JNJTHE WEEK
PASTIME
ENTIRE- CHANGE
. PRESENTS' .
"A Nigger's Troubles"
A 100 COMEDY
DON'T COME UNLESS YOU WANT TO LAUGH.
FEATURE PICTURE
" THE TRIFLERS "
A Great Comedy Drama.
ALSO
A FATTY ARBUCKLE COMEDY
Continuous Performance 2 to 10:45 P. M.
Come'Early and -Avoid the Rush
COMING SUNDAY
"ETERNAL MAGDALENE"
A- Wonderful Goldwyn Special
READ THE JOURNAL WANT COLUMN
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TOMORROW
I
TODAY
TOM MOORE
In a Rattling Comedy Drama, Concerning a Chauffeur
and an Heiress. ,
"THIRTY A WEEK"
and Moran Comedy
LATEST IN PANTS"
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