THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL ' TUESDAY MORNINU, AFKIL 6, 1P20
GEO. W. ALLISON
Of Merchants Transfer Co., Endorses Re-Cu-Ma
Now Relieved of Chronic Liver and Stomach Trouble After Lonj;
Period of Illness
T conscientiously believe that
there has never been a medicina
la.u ached on the local market that has
leaped so quickly into popularity as
Re-cu-ma, the old dependable root,
herb and bark medicine. Every day
sees more local 4 citizens Selling 113
how much good it has done .him or
her or some member of their family;
one friend tells another of its great
healing power and then another friend
is lidded to the long list. Almost every
one knows George W. Allien, who is
owner of the Merchants Transfers Co.,
and those who know him and those
wh do not will, equally be Interested
in the following letter just received
by us :
"Re-Cu-Ma Medicine Co., Jackson
ville, Fla. Gentlemen: Having used
two bottles of Re-Cu-Ma, which was
recommended to me by friends who ' Re-Cu-Ma can be secured at Ham
had used It, I am writing you to say ilton Russell, druggist, 212 S. Palafox
that I am now a well man after suf- St., or any drug store.
Paying last tributes, a large party
of friends and fellow-workers gath
ered at the funeral, services of Fred
Massey, held yesterday morning at
the Sacred Heart church. Mr. Massey
was general foreman of the L. & N.
shopa, and work ceased' there during
this hours of the, funeral to allow the
men to attend the services.
lie died early Saturday morning
very suddenly.. Apparently he was in
good health late Friday night. Heart
failure Was given as the cause oi
death. Easter blossoms were made
into beautiful designs and sent to the
home of the family.
Mr. Massey Is survived by his wife
nnl three, children, Marie, Dorothy
anl Ferguson ; three brothers,' Reuben
II.. Edward A., and John, and five sis
ters. Mrs. Edwin Fox, Mrs. Thomas
H. Johnson, Mrs. Bertha Aylward and
Misses Annie and Emma Massey.
The pall bearers were J. E. White,
(i. Tl Pritchard T. J. Haves. Prpii
Muller, Thomas A. Johnson, Philip
Beall and Dave Witherill.
MRS. E. A. D'ALEMBERTE
News was received ih Pensacola last
night of tho death at Zebulon, Ga
of Mrs. E. A. D'Alemberte. Mrs. D-Alem-berte
was formerly Miss Willie
Olover. of Century. Funeral arrange
ments were not announced.
MRS. FELIZ J. ROCHE
Mrs. Feliz Roche, 411 E. Intendencia,
permanently c&sappear after drinking
eel ebrated Shivar Mineral Water. Positively
ru.iranteed by money-Lack offer. Tastes
pm; costs a trifle. Delivered anywhere by
o- PensacoU Agents, Vert Florid G
M9r Co. PtrfKM Xhm-
The Velvet Touch
For the Skin
SaD. Ointment. Talcum. 26e nirrwhflti Foraamplaa
Mich; 0Vlcr Bor.trlu ,lty. X. Hilto, Km.
DR. MAUY E. MOYES
Office Phone 843 Bouse Phone 833
313-314 Blount Buildlna.
To Believe Indigestion or Dyspepsia
LOANS ON HOMES
Also Liberty Bonds. State, County
and City Bonds.
Pensacola Home & Savings
13 So. Palafox St. Phone 202
Pcnsacola's Representative Store
TRUCK OR TEAM SERVICE
, PENSACOLA LAUNCH &
YVlLLARD SERVICE STATION
Willard Storage Batteries and Repair
of All Makes Batteries
Two Sets Marina Ways Machine.
Shop In Connection
The Parlor Market
"Horn of Alt That's Purs"
FRESH WESTERN MEAT?
I'oultry, Cose and Groan Grocris
' ' " ! I Mil I m
L. E. NOBLES & CO.
Hart Schaflfner & Marx and
MRS. n. . nYEirs
TEA ROOM and DELICATESSEN
211 V. Cervantes St.
. Phone 6i for Reservations.
52c POUND .
PENSACOLA DAIRY CO.
Pastuerted Dairy Products
FRESH COUNTRY BUTTER
Phone 1321 No. 12 W. Garden St.
fering for months with a bad liver
and, stomach trouble which caused me
trreat suffering. Hot so that I was
confined to my bed at all, but at
times I was in such condition that I j just get a stick of phlactine from,
bent over with great effort in hand- I your drug-gist, fojlow the simple direc
ling freight on account of my side ; tions and see the hair roots come out,
nrrt haok I r-ilize now that mv liver with 'our 'vn eyes! No depilatory or
ana back, i realize now mat my iiver eiectrica, treatment can produce this re
was not active, was getting hard, and suit Tne skin is left soft smooth ard
this was the cause which brought on, hairless as a child's. Phelactine can be
the complications of my stomach,
kidneys and bowels. I give all the
credit to your wonderful medicine,
Re-Cu-Ma,. and heartily recommend
it to my -friends and others suffering
as I did.
Tours gratefully. Geo. W. Allison."
Ke-Cu-M4fc is sold with the guar
antee that your money will be -returned
if you do not feel improved
after taking Re-Cu-Ma four days.
was found lifeless yesterday morning,
having died during the- night appar-
! ently from ., heart, failure. Sunday
night she was in seeming good health
and was with her husband in the city.
Funeral services will be held this af
ternoon at 3:30 at St. Michael's
church. Rev. Fr. Fullerton officiating.
Burial will be at St Michael's ceme
tery. The pall-bearers will be A.
Dunn, C. Coburger, J. B. Reed, G. D.
Hurd, C. Bonifay and W. A. Keefer.
They will meet at the house at 3
TAKE A GALOTAB
The Nausealess Calomel Tablet
That Is Purified and Refined
From All Nausea and Danger.
Ask your doctor and he will tell you
that calomel is the best and only sure
remedy for a lazy liver, biliousness, in
digestion, headaches and constipation.
Now that all of Its unpleasant quali
ties have been removed, calomel in the
form of Calotabs, is the easiest and
most pleasant of all laxatives to take.
One tablet at bedtime, with a swallow
of water that's all. No taste, no grip
in? nor nausea. In the morning you
feel simply fine live, wide-awake, en
ergetic, strong and with a hearty ap
petite for breakfast. Kat what you want
and go about your work no danger.
Calotabs are sold only in original
Packages. price thirty-five cents. So
sure, and delightful that your druggist
ia iiithoriy.ptl to offer vour monev back
as a guarantee that you will be perfect
ly delighted with Calotabs. Adv.)
CRUISE ON S-3
The S-3, now in Pensacola harbor
but soon to leave for New York, stop
ping at several ports cn route, will
ship two electricians and two machin
ists while here. Any Pensacola man
desiring to talk the " proposition of
enlisting over can take the boat leav
ing the foot of Palafox-st. to the U.
S. S. Bushnell. Boats for the Bush
nell may be had at 1:30, 3:00 and 4:30
p. m. s
STOMACH GOOD AS
HEW. FOUR DOC
TORS GAVE HER UP
Mrs. Hendricks, Bedfast Five
Months, Was Able to Work
in Two Weeks
"T was sick last winter for five months
with stomach and bowel trouble. Could
not turn myself tn bed without help. 1
was under the care of four doctors, and
,they save me up. Then Mr. Mills, the
druggist, persuaded my husband to try a
bottle of Milks Emulsion. I had only
taken it two days until I was sitting up
In bed, and !n two weeks I was doing1
my own work. When I began taking it."'
I weighed only 70 pounds; now I weigh
190 pounds." Mrs. Mary Hendricks. S00
Litchfield Koad, Owensboro, Ky. " -
Thousands of people who have suf
fered for years from stomach and bowel
troubles, have found relief, almost from
ths first dose of Milks -Emulsion. And
tt is real, lasting benefit.
Milks Kn-mlsion is a pleasant, nutri
tive food and a corrective medicine. It
restores healthy, natural bowel action
Coifng away with all need of pills and
physics. I promotes appetite and quick
ly puts the digestive organs in shape to
assimilate food. As a builder of flesh
and strength. Milks Emulsion is strong
ly recommended to those whom sick
ness has weakened, and Is a powerful
aid in resisting and repairing the effects
of wasting diseases. Chronic stomach
trouble and constipation are promptly re
lieved usually in one day.
This ia the only solid emulsion wade,
and so palatable that it is eaten with
a spoon like Ice cream.
Ko matter how severe yosr cr.se, you
ere irg.ed tn try Milks Emulsion under
this guarantee Take six bottles home
with you, use it according to directions
and if not satisfied with the results, sour
money will be promptly refunded. Krice
60e and $1.20 per bottle. The Milks
Emulsion Co., Terre Haute. Ind.
by druggists everywhere. Adv.
Atlanta. April 5. Mrs. Catherine
Bradstreet, indicted with William B.
Green, former vice president of the
Fairburn bank, who was recently sen
tenced to five years on conviction of
embezzlement, tried to commit suicide
with a kitchen knife, according to po
lice when they tried to arrest her to
night after bondsmen had withdrawn
Her father, husband and police, they
said, prevented her harming herself.
Lunacy proceedings against Green were
halted temporarily today by the court
which held the ordinary had no juris
diction ia the case of the convicted
This Actually Removes
Surperfluous Hair Roots
By the Introduction in this country of
what is known as the "phelactine pro
cess." any woman can now rid herself
completely of annoying superfluioua hair
or fuzz. The process is entirely new,
different from all others, and far bet
ter because it actually removes the
roots, as well as the surface hair! It is
.'almost instantaneous, perfectly harmless,
med v ith absolute safety one couM
even eat it with impunity.
COJLD NOT BEGiM TO TELL ALL.
"1 could not tell you all the benefits
I had from the use of Foley's Honey
and Tar." writes Miss Rose Florke,
209 Hawkins, Ave., N. Sraddock, Pa.
"I had cold in my chest and fearing
It would cause pneumonia I tried
Foley's Honey and Tar and It was not
long till I felt relieved. I hope others
suffering from severe colds will try it."
Many such letters have beTen written
about this time-tried, reliable family;
medicine for coughs, colds, croup and
whopping cought. Sold everywhere."
How Is Your Complexion?
Children Who Are Pate and Weak v
Need a pood Quinine and Iron Tonic.
GROVE'S TASTELESS chili TONIC
purifies and enriches the blood and
builds up the whole system. A Gener
al Strengthening Tonic for Adults and
Children. 60c. Adv.
Dorin Johnson returned last night
to Gulfport, Miss., where he Is at
tend ihg the Gulf Coast Military Acad
emy, after spending the Easter vaca
tion with his parents, Captain and
Mrs. J. Johnson.
COULD NOT STAND STRAIGHT
It does not take long, when the kid
neys are out of order and .not doing
their work properly, - for " foisonous
acids to accumulate in the system and
cause achesand pains D, -"C. Damond,
2865 "W. 30th-st., Cleveland, O., -writes:
"I caught cold and it settled in my
kidneys. My back and sides were eo
lame and sort I could not . stand
straight. I use Foley Kidney Pills with
good results and, am glad to testify
to their helping power." Sold every
where. BLUE RIBBON
Blue Ribbon Brand is the honor
mark of the highest quality possible
in Extracts. Specify Blue tUbbon
Vanilla or Lemon. No better can b
made. 2-oz bottle, full measure.
CLUB TO MEET THURSDAY.
The Browning-Shakespeare Club
will meet Thursday afternoon at 3:30
o'clock with Mrs. John "Pace, 52 Gon-zalez-st
as hostess. Mrs. J. E. Tonge
will be leader. The study will be the
second and third acts of "Timon of
Athens." . "
PASSED SAND KEY.
Sand Key, April 5. i-assefl west,
4th: Patella (Br.); 5 th Allen town.
Mendociao, - Pendrecht ; Du.) :
THE IDEAL DRINK FOR ALL SOCIAL AND
The whole family will like Hytone. It is the ideal table drink,
refreshing and nourishing.
The cereals from which Hytone is manufactured make it a
liquid food. "
You Will Say It's Your K
Choice as Soon
' YoiTTkrta It.
NATIONA L BMmNG CO. New Orleans
'm Mo Gamp
Better for you than tea
Si: A SrVCBACC I
The campaign for the elec
tion of a city commissioner is
at an endthe case rests with
the voters for a decision will
you render your part of the de
cision? Vote today. O. J. Sent
For City Commissioner.
Frank D. Sanders announces for
reelection to the office of City Com
missioner, subject to tne City Demo
cratic Primaries, April 6.
to the Democratlo Primary,
. June 8.
A. CARY ELLIS.
j. s. fill:ngim.
JOS. A. HICKS.
J. C. VAN PELT.
For County Judge:
M. E. MOREY.
For State Attorney:
p.. A. McGEACHY.
HARRY W. THOMPSON.
For Representative to Legislature:
J. LEO ANDERSON
W. E. ROWLAND.
For County Solicitor:
For Clerk of Circuit Court:
HERBERT P. CARO.
. W. HARDY.
For Cierk of the Court of Record:
C. G. HALL
" W. P. RICE.
For County Commissioner, District No. 1.
GEO. A. BRIGGS.
T. T; WENTWORTH, JR.
c, county Commissioner District No. 2.
EDWARD P. PRESTON.
GUS A. SODERLIND. -
For County Commissioner District No. 3:
H. E. GANPY.
Par County Commissioner District No. 4:
W. C. BARRINEAU.
R. C. COOPER.
W. T. FLOYD.
JOHN R.-M. GATES.
"ROBERT McKINNON. -
rDP County Commissioner, District 5:
L. S. GILMORE.
For Harbor Master:
r j. ED. ABERCOMBIE.
For County Board of Public Instruction.
C. E. GRAHAM.
E. D. RENFRO.
Delegate, Third District: ,
E. M. COLLINS.
WM. I WILSON.
For Justice of the Peace, District 3:
WILL L. JOHNSON.
D. A. NEE.
CLARENCE J. STOKES.
For Constable, District No. :
S. J. JONES.
Order It in Hotels.
Restaurants. Cafes, Soda
Hto a Casa Seat Horn,
219 S. Tarragona St.
Made instantly iix
the cup. .
Costs less than tea
by all grocers
The After Effects
r of Pneumonia
This io No. 2 of a series of advertisements, prepared by a com
petent physician, explaining how certain diseases which attack
the air passages such as Pneumonia, Influenza, Whooping'
Cough, Measles or even a long continued Cold often leave
these organs in an inflamed,- congested state, thus affording a
favorable foothold for invading germs. And how VicJc's Vapo
Rub may be of value ia this condition.
J Pneumonia attacks the air cells
of the lungs. An inflammation
sis set up and matter is thrown
off which causes the air cells to
solidify, thus preventing the
natural flow of blood thru the
lungs. This "backing up" of
the blood causes the heart to
pump harder, just as stepping on
" a hose increases the water pres
sure, which is the reason why,
during this disease, the physician
.watches the overburdened heart
so carefully -
J After recovery the lungs are
filled with a mass of wreckage
the debris of the battle which
must be gotten rid of by a process
known as resolution . Frequently ,
inflamed spots remain, congestion
persists, cough hangs on, and the
least exposure brings on a cold
that is hard to get rid of. If
neglected, such damaged air pas
sages may easily develop serious
disease of the lungs. , ,; -
' Such cases should always con
tinue under a physician's care
and frequent examinations should
be made to see that nature is
More Than 17 Million J ars Used ' Yearly ! C II I J & jLi Jl
Hunger is never more than a few days
away from the American people. : :
' The coal strike showed us what a narrow
margin the country goes on, even in a non
perishable necessity which can bestored.
Swift & Company is, engaged in the
business of fighting hunger. .
From coast to coast, from the Great
Lakes to the Gulf, the lines of defense are
drawnpacking plants at strategic points;
branch houses in four hundred towns and
cities; hundreds of car routes; thousands
of refrigerator cars; tens of thousands of
loyal men and women expert in their work.
Day by day, hour by hour ceaselessly,
this fight, your fight, , goes on. Yet so
smoothly, surely and victoriously that you,
unaware how close hunger always is, are
as certain each night of tomorrow's meat
as you are of tomorrow's suri.
And so economically ia this done that the cost
to you for this service is less than" three cents a
pound of meat sold. The profits shared in by
more than 30,000 shareholders whose money
makes the victory possible is only a fraction of a
cent a pound on all products.
If hunger did not make it necessary for us to
fight this fight in the best possible way for all
concerned, the competition of hundreds of other
packers, large and small, would compel us.
Swift & Company, U. S. A.
Pensacola Local Branch
Garden and Tarragona Streets
J. D. Carroll, Manager
8 . .: jg
properly continuing the rebuild'
Nightly applications of Vick's
VapoRub will aid nature in thi?
work. Because Vicks acts locally
by stimulation thru the sVin to
draw out the inflammation, at
tract the blood away from the
congested spots and relieve the
cough. In addition, the medici
nal ingredients of Vicks are
vaporized by the body heat.
These vapors are breathed in all
night" long, thus bringing the
medication to bear directly upoo
the inflamed areas,
Vicks should be rubbed in
over the throat and chest until
the skin is red then spread od
thickly and covered with ' hot
flannel cloths. Leave the cloth
ing loose around the neck and
the bed clothes arranged in the
form of; a funnel so the vapcrs
arising may be freely inhaled. If
the cough is annoying, swallow a
small bit of Vicks the size of a pea.
Samples -to new users will be
sent free on request to the Vick
Chemical Company, 232 Broad
Street, Greensboro, N. C.
- I Relieves Discomfort I
f& I Al AH BrmgBlat B
- Jf I BRADFIEIP HEGUl ATOK CO. Dtrr. S-t, T1T. f.t
Bodyguard . ffiff
Against Colds jXfe
Out o2 Fix?
.PJione your grocer or
druggist for a dozen bottles
of this delicious digestant, a glam
wilh meals gives delightful relief, or
no charge for the first dozen used.
PURE DIGESTIVE AROMATICS WITH
SHIVAR MINERAL WATER AND GINGER
Nothing like it for renovating old
yvorn-out stomachs, converting food
into rich blood and sound flesh.
Bottle J and guaranteed by the cele
brated Shivar Mineral Spring, Shel
Vn, S. C If your .regular dealer
cannot supply you telephone
WEST FLORIDA GRO. CO.,
Distributors for Pensacola.
We Will Bond You
9t8 Phones 919
Or DOSE AND IN BOTTLES 'JO. 30 & 60?
T-a r.T. l-a. re
covery ' ty vrhic'l '
every rom:a can
r.orf l ava i,orr.
tZo iwtttc? Lov
hcrt KINITi o?
WIRY vcr:. hai.-
It trrovr lont n n d
ttraiebU QV KEN re
moves dandruff a, a d
BtoDS fllim hair. EnJ 2i
cents today for larse box to
Newbr Mfff. Co Atlanta. Ga.
Wa will car you DIG MONEY
to tell your friends about ViUfct-N
nd distribut adwrtiainir pamphlrs.
Writ for oar special money making
Used for 70 Years
Thru its use Grandmother's
youthful appearance has
remained until youth has
become but a memory.
I ne sott; re tine J. pearly
white appearance it
renders leaves the fov.
or .Beauty witnyou
OnFrirehead. Under Arms.
Lost Rest. Cuficnra Heals.
"I had eczema on my forehead
which later spread under my arms.
A great scale formed that
caused me much pain and
I was laid up from work
for weeks at m time. The
skin itched and burned
causing me to lose sleep,
and I felt miserable if the
weather was the least bit hot.
"I decided to tryOticura Soap and
Ointment. After using two cakes
of Cuticura Soap and one box of
Cuticura Ointment I was healed."
(Signed) Carter Mahanes.Twyroans
Mill. Virginia, Aug. 13. 1919.
Give Cuticura Soap, Ointment and
Talcum the care of your skin.
Suvpl Sack Fi-M Vj Mail. Addrew: "Cattsar
wtv-r Soap 2fe. Omtawat 'A and M. Talcnja 2&.
fijHS Cuticora Soap sbaraa without nur.
You Can Have
etnfv t imfreut.
ImuI al Udtoa
Stops PaDInff Hair, remores Dan
drnff and makes yoor hilr grow
one, soft, silky. Try a bis box to
day. Sold by draff stores or sent by
mail. 25 Bta. stamDs or coin.
AGEST8 WAKTCT ETEBTWHEB1
Write far I'artteaiara
HZSOLTH lTEDICIKK CO,
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