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THE; PENSA'COLA JOURNAL.
SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH
10
1920
ISHR
DFM
TOOLS
Ray's Corner Hardware
Right at Ray's
Right on the Corner
AMUSEMENTS
"What's Your Husband Doing?"
Picture of Youth.
Merry 'KEITH STARS ENTERTAIN
AT NEWSPAPER DINNER
Doris May and Douglas ' MacLean
will be the attraction at the Isis
theator today in a screen version of
the stage play. "What's Your Husband
Doing?" The picture is described as a
rollicking comedy about young hus
bands and wives and a grand mix-up
at a lively roadhouse.
' Miss May has the role of Beatrice
Ridley, newly married and suspicious
of tho notes which her husband gets
every morning from "Honeysuckle
Inn." She, consults Douglas MacLean,
in the role of John "Widgast,. a lawyer,
and they resolve to investigate. In the
meantime, the wives of Widgast and
PIdgeon, his partner, have become
jealous of the divorce business which
their spouses find necessary to talk
over, with pretty co-respondents and
other designing creatures.
The real reason for young Ridley's
letters are that he owns a share in the
Inn and Is trying to sell 'It out. On
the same evening that he goes to close
the deal,, taking Pidgeon with him to
draw up the papers, Widgast and the
lawyers' wives and Beatrice ajso ap
pear at the roadhouse. And to cap the
climax." the" place is raided by the po
lice. Matters are cleared up the next
morning in a police court in a most
amusing fashion.
The film, which was produced by
Thomas H. Ince, is said to provide a
fine vehicle for these youthful stars,
who have already established them
selves in high favor- with screen fans.
High and'Low Society Compared in
Photoplay.
A striking contrast . between the
high.s.nd low walks of life is drawn in
the photoplay, "A Daughter of Two
Worlds," from the novel of the same
name by.Le.Roy Scott, which will be
. shown at the Isis theater, Monday and
Tuesdiy.
Norma .Talmadge. who is starred as
Jennie Malone, . plays the part of the
beautiful daughter of Black Jerry
Malone, keeper of a questionable dance
ball in the clums.
The ambitions of her father, who is
not as : black as his name would indi
cate, carry her out of jail, through a
" fashionable . boarding school for girls,
and Into society, where she meets the
man who vins her love.
The- stigma of ' the past follows her
Into the new environment, and a dra
matic situation arises when Jennie
learns that she alone can save from the
lectrl 1 chair a man who has been
wrongly convicted of murder.
To do so, Jennie is forced to risk
the loss of her fiance and her place
In society.
Can a girl of the underworld, who
has lived straight, make good in the
social world?
The photoplay answers that question.
' : !
New York, Mar. 12. Saturday eve
ning, March 6. at the Hotel Astor, the
New York representatives of prac
tically every newspaper in the United
States gave a successful dinner In
honor of the space buyers of the New
York Advertising Agent's.
An. array of brilliant vaudeville tal
ent was furnished through the cour
tesy of Mr. E. F. Albee. president of
the B. F. Keith Circuit of. Theaters.
Movie fans all know and love the
famous Lee kids Jane and jKatherine
late of the Fox Films, now a feature
in Keith vaudeville. Perfectly won
derful . children.' At will they turned
the amazed . diners, from laughters to
tears and back to laughter again.
Lew Wilson was there versatile
singer and comedian from Proctors
5th Avenue Theater. Lew is the boy
who can whistle like a lark and at the
same time puff his cigarette.
Florence Timponi, late of the Sim
plicity Moving Picture Co., now one
of vaudeville's best known singing
comediennes. Mfss Timponi, sa.u to
be Nora Bayes double, is known as the
Queen of the A. E. F. Never once did
refuse to play at a Soldiers' Benefit.
With his rich, powerful voice. Chief
Caupaulican baritone, thrilled the
guests to encore after encore. This
noted and accomplished chief of royal
American blood is now studying with
the Metropolitan Opera Company.
We hope .our readers get an oppor
tunity to see the Misses Lawrence and
Quirk,, offering a select and extremely
difficult singing and musical act. You
will remember Flo Lawrence, versa
tile star, late of the Biograph and
Victor Motion Picture Studios.
Songs and chorus leaders by Leo.
Feist, Inc., the . well known musical
publisher,
There were a number of otherfea
tures which combined .to establish this
newspaper dinner as one of the most
brilliant and successful of tne seusuii.
A Friend Recommended Them.
A person often does more rrood
than he realizes when he tells a suf
fering friend how to get well. J. N.
Tohill, clerk Lottie Hotel, Evansville,
IncL. writes: "For weeks I suffered
constantly with pains in the muscles
of my thigh. I was treated by the
doctor for rheumatism but found no
relief. - Upon recommendation of a
friend, I tried Foley's Kidney Pills and
began to get -relief almost immediate
ly." Good for backache, rheumatic
pains, stiff joints. Sold everywhere.
Adv.
Rub-My-Tism is a great pain
killer. It relieves pain and sore
ness caused by Rheumatism,
Neuralgia, Sprains.
, .1'" ; , i ,V-MI,V
ii, ' ..n". J. 7
YANKEES MEET
ROBINS TODAY
. New York, Mar. 11. The opening
contest in the annual ante-season In
ter-league games between the base
ball teams of the major circuits wll
bo played In Jacksonville, tomorrow,
weather permittiiig. when the New
York Americans and the Brooklyn
Nationals r&eet in the first match of
a long series. Other combinations will
quickly follow suite and by the mid
dle , of the month more than half of
the teams composing the National and
American leagues will be engaged In
these pre-season games.
Fully twice as many contests of this
type have been scheduled than was
the cast a year ago and it is probable
that close to a hundred such exhibi
tion games will be played before the
clubs line up for their initial pennant
battles on April 14. The site of con
flict stretches throughout - the south
and southwest while the homeward
trip at the close of southern tralrir
Ing, will be sprinkled with similar
games.
In these games the modern baseball
manager and club secretary have
found a way in which to partially cut
down the heavy cost . Incidental to
training trips in which parties of more
than forty husky athletes nave to oe
transported and quartered at" the ex
pense of the club. While the average
gate receipts do not compare with
those of major league pennant games
The income from the contests is not
so small as to be ignored and in addi
tion the games give baseball fans of
the far south their only opportunity
to see famous diamond stars in ac
tion.
IT COST YANKEES $120,C00 TO PUT
A UNIFORM ON THE HOME RUN KING
TOURISTS INVITED
TO BASKETBALL GAME
All tourists now visiting Pensatola
are to have a treat at the local "Y
at 8 o'clock tonight, which time
they are given a special invitation to
attend a fast game of basketball be
tween the Wilson-Biggs and the
Sportsman Supply Store.
The last game played between these
two teams will be remembered by the
fans, the score being-10 to 9 in favor
of the W-B's, but tonights game prom
ises to top that one for speed, as both
teams have . been practicing hard
"Buddy" Caro went through the "Y'
league with a perfect percentage, and
intends to go through the season with
the same, Capt. Hess of the Sport3
men is practicing because he wants
the honor of beating the Wilson
Biggs this season, so with both cap
tains going into the game with this
determination Pensacola visitors are
certainly in for a game that will be
exciting and full of "pep" from begin
ning to end. -
All fans are invited to the game and
our tourists are cordially invited to be
on hand and bring their friends to see
these bunch of speed merchants In ac
tion.
DOUGLAS Mac LEAN and DORJSlMAY in seetve pom. the THOS- M. 1MCE P&iu.ctu3c
. .'VHATS YOiLI HUCBAND DOING? A PARAMOUNT AR.TCRAFT PICTURE i
Shawl rva S Isit Today.
Have You Given Up ?
Are you one of the 85 of men
ever 65 years old who have given
up, and are waiting for the end?
There is no reasorCfor any man
or woman to sit in a corner and give
up the pleasures of life the joy of
living the social and business ac
tivities that make life worth while.
In middle life and. old age the
cells of the body are not recon
structed as rapidly as in youth. ,
The cell-salts so abundant in tha
rich red blood of youth are insuf
ficient in the blood of older people.
The heart action slows down, the
circulation of the blood slackens,
the blood lacks a sufficient supply
of vitalizing oxygen and the organs
of the body fail to function.
The body in youth possesses mora
heat than in middle life or old age.
That's because there is an abun
dance of cell-salts in the blood when
thebody is young and the blood is
rich m oxygen which burns up and
eliminates the waste tissues and
worn out cells. In youth the quick
hot blood urges to action and tha
body renews itself quickly.
As we grow older we slow down,
sit in a sunny corner and give up.
We fail to learn the lessons of life
and weakly surrender to fear, wor
ry and imaginary diseases that are
merely Nature's cry for the natur
al cell-salts that she must have to
V body strong and vigorous,
and the life-giving oxygen that
burns up the worn out cells and vi
talizes the blood, making the entira
body glow with health and energy.
REOLO has remarkable tonic and
reconstructive qualities. It sup-'
Piti1 liln' active, impover
ished Wood the natural .celf-salts.
Iron and oxygen that the Body must
have to keep well and renew itself.
TJ5Tke, systematic REOLO
will be delighted with the steady im
provement m your strength, energy
and mental activity. The larle
package of 100 tablets, sufficient for
two weeks' treatment only costs 51.
THE CRYSTAL PHARMACY
"The Rexall Store"
Peasacola. Florida.
If sw s AV N '' . Alri - n '
When Babe Ruth consented to hit homenins for New York this season
instead of Boston he made the Yankees a top-heavy favorite for" copping the
American League pennant. It cost New York. $120,000 to annex, the King of
Suat. Babe is breaking bats and busting boards off the fence at Jackson,
ville, preparing to earn his $20,000 salary. .
SHIPPING NOTES.
The American steamer J3atonsvllle
came Into port yesterday with a cargo
of mahogany logs. She was consigned
to Frederick Gillmore & Co.
The coastwise steamer G. S. Flag
docked yesterday to take on a cargo of
lumber. She was consigned to Fred
erick Gillmore & Co.
The shipping board steamer Mag
merle came into port yesterday for re
pairs from Galveston to Lisbon. A
shaft in the circulating pump broke
shortly after leaving Galveston and is
being repaired here.
The Swedish steamer Thyra docked
yesterday morning from Barcelona,
consigned to the Pensacola Lumber,
Company. She came in ballast.
RESTFUL RESULTS FOR MEN.
Only a person who has experienced
that awful "all night" cough that some
times follows influenza can appreciate
what ' a good night's sleep can ; be.
Mrs. Annie Davison, 2080 Myrtle St.,
Long Beach, CaL, writes: "The result
of using Foley's Honey and Tar was
a restful one for me." Foley's Honey
and Tar checks harsh,-racking coughs;
eases wheezy breathing; stops tickling
in throat; covers raw, irritated sur
faces with a soothing, healing coating.
S3id everywhere. Adv.
G66 has proven it will cure
Malaria, Chills and Fever, Bil
ious Fever, Colds and LaGrippe.
5603
- REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE
AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
at PENSACOLA. IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA, AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON
. . . FEBRUARY 28lh, 1920.
RESOURCE3
1. a Loans and discounts, including rediscounts
.$2,614,755.02
7.
8.
9.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
f Loreign 'bills of exchange or grafts sold with endorsement of
thU bank, not shown under Item d. above, (see Item 66c)
Overdrafts, unsecured -
U. S. Government securities wned: , .
a Deposited to secure circulation (U. S. bonds par value)
b Pledged to secure U. S. deposits (par value) . ........
r Pledged to secure postal savings deposits (par value ......
a PleS as coUateraTfor state or other deposits or bills payable
I 0VariavTnVcert&
Total U. S. Government securities
BondV(XrnhanU: Sbonds) pledged to secure U. S. deposits "
b Bonds lotner xnan u. f "
n-";"7;w""ihn TT. S. securities) pledged as
C "cfllateral for StaV or other deposit, (postal excluded) or
e Secbuiriti?yothV''than"'U
owned and unpledged .
Total bonds, securities, etc., other than U. S.
Storks, other than Federal Reserve Bank stock .... -
Stock of Federal Reserve Bank (50 per cent of subscription)
a Value of banking house, owned and unincumbered ...
b Equity in banking house - "
Real estate owned other than banking house
Lawful Reserve witli Fedrral Reserve Bank -.
Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection (not
available as reserve) -- ............. -
Cash in vault and net amounts due from national ban ks.........
Net amount due from banks, bankers, and trust companies
in the U. S. (other than included in Items 12, 13 or 14)
Checks on other banks in the same city or town as reporting
baTotai of "items" IS, 14, i5. and 17 :"-;---r"rr-"
Checks on banks located outside of city or town of reporting
bank and other csh items .
Redemption f and . with U. S. Treasurer and due i rom U. , S.
Interest "Earned ' but noi " c te ni
bills receivable not past due
Other assets, ii any" : :
17,125.00 2.597.630.02
859.89
500.000.00
58,000.00
87,000.00 ,
361,952.16 "
85.950.00 .
980.13
1.043.882.29
22,000.00
71.000.00
165,900.00
51,915.24
251,997.16
251.997
973,553.59
810.815.24
6.00
18,000.00
251,997.16
12.297.86
265,139.30
13.791.44
489.0S8.82
458,861.06
12,312.27
10,464.57
25,000.00
A9 9SS SI I
TOTAL
$5,566,489.16
LIABILITIES
22. Capital stock
23. Surplus fund
24.
paid
in
25.
26.
28.
SO.
81.
61.764.9S
34,477.82
nri not earned approximate;
Amount reserved for taxes accrued .
nr,tna outstanding ,. -
Net amounts due to National banks
Net amount aue """ks bankers" and trust companies in the
Net amount, due to .tank-, bankers and P
36
days (other than
secured by pledge
946.050.87
U. S. and
Item 30) -. :
32. Certified checks ut9M"a u-""i"n di
33. Cashi-r's -checks on own bank ot,Undmg ZZZZZZZZ
Total of items .
Demand deposit, (other than pif) object t. Reserv.
rlPtoSita payable within 30 aaysj .
84. Individual deposit subject . -
So. Jertincates 01 - ---
'0' oToer 'municipal -deposits
of assets of this bank
Dividends unpaid ;-
Other nVtornd"'itoToihir "bank dep'its)
JbSet to R. 34- 35 "d 89 2.735,349.'
. ,-i.iM-t ta Reserve (payable after 30 days or sub-
ritZ SO "ayTor more notice? and postal saving,):
40. Certificates of deposit " ' '
42. Postal savings aepoi"
43. Other time P" diii "subject "to Reserve. Items 40. 42
500,000.00
100,000.00
17,287.16
19,879.87
6.000.00
499.997.50
517.2S2.7S
398.516.23
2,442.75
27.809.11
2.245,368.76
25.400.00
446.871.51
454.00
17,255.51
15.600.05
154.794.46
436.529.97
SATURDAY SPECIALS
SERVE-U GROCERY CO.
PHONE 916
jockey Club Coffee, per lb 55c
El Delito Coffee, per lb .....50c
Luzianne Coffee, per lb .50c
; French Market Coffee, per lb 40c
Golden , Rio Coffee 30c
Cottolene, 8 lbs V. $2.70
Cottolene, 4 lbs. ; $1.35 ;
Crisco, 3 lbs., ,. . . .$1.03
Crisco, 1 lb ;. 'v. f .35c
Flour, plain, 24 lbs. $1.80
Flour, plain, .12 lbs .95c
Flour, Self Rising, 24 lbs. .i $1.75
Flour, Self Rising, 12 lbs. .90c
Tall Pet Cream 14c
Magnolia Milk . .20c
Yard: Eggs, doz. .....50c
Over Sea Butter, lb .... .!. . . . . .73c
Over Sea Cheese, lb . .40c
Granulated Sugar, lb .18c
WE SERVE YOU JUST AS CHEAP AS YOU CAN SERVE
YOURSELF
Hansen Bros. Grocery
300 WEST GOVERNMENT
Eyes that are in need of glas
ses, NEED the BEST, DE
SERVE the BEST and should
have ONLY the BEST.
Consult Our Optometrist
JEWELER AND OPTICIAN
The House of Reliable Goods. 14 South Palafox Street.
GUARANTEED ABSOLUTELY
PURE SUGAR CANDY EASTER EGGS
Plan, Decorated and Chocolate Covered
ifrom the Humming: Bird size to the Ostrich,
by the piece or by the pound.
We have sold these Candies in Pensacola
for the past ten yeara and our guarantee'
goes with each piece.
Total of time deposits
and 43) , . "
44. United Sttes dpo" ."""f!
e Other unitea
666.924.43
States
disbursing officers
deposits, including deposits of T7. S.
75,000.00 75,000.00
S5.566.4S9.16
total.. -- , J. :rr;7 :.r.
OO. rorewn uu J Trm hnv. Itm 1 f 17 1 Ml
, i i' Pn. and discounts shown a bare, the amoant which interest and discount was
'JZZJZ Vt t n excess af tha iMrmittod hy law Sec 5197. Bt. Stat. exelaarra of notes
wSieh tital charge not to exceed 54 cents was made) wa J25.900.08. The aamber of
such loans wa we. ,
State of Florida. County of Escambia, as :
t n W l.nur. Cashier ot tne aDo e-ramed banc, oo soiemmy swear mat tne above stavo-
A . . . . i i i i i ,-
ment ii true to tae oral m u-u3 . tiku.
v.. t. uuiAu, asiuer
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 12th. day of March. 19?0.
KATHLEEN ?,?ALLORY.
Nctary Public. State of Florida at Largo.
My commission expires April 3. 1822.
Coirwrt Attest; " ,
MORRIS BEAK, . - . . .
J. W. MALONE.
J. D. AKDEIiSOX.
III
v sim&i - III.
Crystalized Ginger .7 50c and 90c box
Sweet Milk Chocolate Dainties, drapped in foil 75c Tb
Rockwood's Lion Brand Sweet Milk Chocolates in one pound
cakes 75c 15
Rockwood's Sweet Milk Chocolates in 5c and 10c cakes
Sweet Milk Chocolate Ford Cars lOc Just for the Kiddles
Assorted Acidulated Wafers ,75c lb
Old Fashioned Gum Drops .75c lb
Orange Cocoanut Caramel 80c lb
.Jordan Almonds, Special
49c lb.
The C rys tal Pharmacy
The
r
Store
LIVE MERCHANTS ADVERTISE IN THE JOURNAL

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