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THE PENS ACOLA JOURNAXj,""1 SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL IS, 1920
SEVEN ADDITIONAL CHURCHES St. John's Episcopal Mission, War rington. Sunday, April 18th, (Second after Easter). Evening prayer and confirmation at .7:30 p. m. The bishop will make his annual visitation preach and confirmation at this service. Sunday School at 10 a. m. Wednesday, litany at 7:00 p. m. trouble it can never cease. Jesus said it had been grood for Judas if he had never been born. E. E. RICE, Pastor. West Hill Baptist Church. Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Prov. 29:1 "He that being often re proved hardfneth his neck shall sud denly be destroyed and that without remedy." If there Is no remedy for a Si rl I f i Ua" Unrulv hair is made soft glossy and perfecty easy to manage by using Nelson's Hair Dressing Nelson's straightens stubborn, unrulf hair. Besides it relieves dandruff and greatly stren gthens tixm hair roo:. Kelson' It the original fcigh-erade ha r dreu-inc- All good drag totes keep Kelton's. Nelson Mf . Co. Bkhmond . Va. Nelson's HAmcREssufi Hiew.TifHWMHia Protestant Episcopal Church. Chris chuich. .corner of Palafox and Wright streets. ' Ven. Johu H. Rmwn. rector. Holy Communion 7:45" a. m. Confirmation and holy communion at 11 a. m. Evening prayer and sermon, 7:30 Sunday School service 3:30 p. m. Weekday services: Wednesday .Litany 4 p.m. Friday, Litany 10 a. m. The confirmation class will meet Tuesday and Thursday 4 p. ,m. CITIZENS TO CLEAN PLEASANT HILL CEMETERY Citizens of Bluff Springs and com munity are puttln gon a work day to clean up and beautify the old ceme tery . known as Pleasant Hill and will spend all day Saturday, May 1, work ing on the grounds. The call for work ers has been sent out by J. W. Creary, Sr., who is treasurer of the fund to be raised. Those working on Saturday May 1, are asked- to bring their dinners and tools and be pre pared to spend the day at work. They are asked to send a day's par for some one else if they can't be there themselves, the remittance to be made out to Mr. Creary, Sr. fE . dw I a is m m m iar-aw av aki a wx. - a i m to v;wm wwwa yen X V TOR AND BOWELS NEVER GRIPE OR SICKEN yrao VJiMWJA M FOR OVER AND BOWELS All Biliousness, Headache and Constipation gone I 3C MONEY SAVING SAL This "busy store" is crowded to the doors with the best, most wanted merchandise of every description, bought to such advan tage that our prices on these quality goods are much lower than those ruling in other stores. If you can get this dependable mer chandise at lower prices, why pay more elsewhere? flDamr IP truces OSedlance ttlhie 66Dflflg)lhi Cosll off (Cflroffltoes99 fiw oau 2 V Sou probably THINK a store could not sell worthy quality at prices like these, but you Haven't reckoned with the G. S. B. Co., where-the thinking and DOING are two different things. Men's Wear Men's Suits, all colors, all sizes, $39.50, $37.50, $29.50, $27.50. Men's Palm. Beach Suits, $16.50, $15.00, and $9.95. Men's Panama and Straw Hats, $5.50, $3.50 and $2.75. One lot Men's Straw Hats, $1.45. Men's Blue Serge Pants, $5.00. Men's Khaki Pants, $1.20. Men's Wear Men's Silk Shirts, $11.50, $8.95, $4.50. Men's Dress Shirts, values up to $4.00, for $1.95. Men' Wash Ties, 50c, 35c, 25c, 19c. Men's Underwear, 45c. Men's Union Suits, 95c. Men's Buster Brown Socks, 36c pair. Boys' Wash Suits, $3.95, $2.50, $2.25 and $1.95. Dry Goods 1 Lot Voiles and Wash' Goods, per yd. 95e 1 Lot Voiles and Wash Goods, per yd. 75c 1 Lot Fancy Lawn, per yd 23c 1 Lot Fancy Voiles, per yd 59c Fancy Dress Ginghams, per yd 35c Apron Check Ginghams, per yd 25c 40-in. Unbleached Sheeting, per yd. . . 35c 80-in. Sheeting, per yd 89c Shoe Department 1 Lot Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes $2.98 Men's Dress Shoes $8.95 Ladias' Pumps $5.95 Ladies9 Wear Lot 1 Ladies' Georgette Dresses, $35.00 Lot 2 Ladies' Taffeta and Silk Dresses $25.00 Lot 3 Ladies' Voile Dresses $14.95 Lot 4 Ladies' Voile Dresses ... $7.95 Lot 5 Ladies' Gingham Dresses . . . $4.95 Lot 6 Ladies' Aprons, fast colors, 95c, and , $3.05 Ladies' Hats Better values than ever, smart individual styles, hats that meet every require ment of matron and miss 95c to $14.95 EXTRA SPECIAL Ladles Georgette Waists, all colors $3.95 308 South Palafox 307 South Palafox immer Fmraitare literestiit Prices TVTANY folks have the impres v sion that summer furniture is beyond their means; that it is a luxury, and can be afforded only by people with unlimited incomes V VISIT to our wonderful dis play will; convince you that these pieces are priced well with in your means; and that they are rare values at these prices. 3 "LJHERE you will find durable and attractive pieces built to stand long and hard wear in all sorts of weather in designs that will fill your every summer need. A Comfortable Porch Rocker $T 00 This rocker is well made, and has a double seat, woven of the best reed ob tainable. Finished in Green or Natural color. Your Choice $1.00 a Week 5 $33.50 ATTRACTIVE FOUR PIECE PORCH SET COMFORTABLE ATTRACTIVE This Porch Set is very comfortable. The four pieces have shaped seats. Made of selected Oak, finished in Fumed Oak finish. . ' 50 Cents Cash Monday delivers this Suit; $1.00 a Week pays the balance. 4 Passenger yl.98 Lawn Swing tJ)X This swing is very com fortable and made of se lected woods, well finished and will stand hard wear. Has adjustable seats. j "Monday Only" yr $14.98 98c Cash; $1.00 a Week J Sweetheart Swings with Foot Rest $11.00 $1.00 Cash; $1.00 a Week Hung Free BUY A II I couch I . n if fcy HAMMOCKS ) 1cm Sweetheart Swings $4J5 75c Cash; $1.00 a Week Hung Free ' BUY A AN "ENGLANDER" YOUR ASSURANCE OF THE BEST $39.00 They Cost No More than the Ordinary Phono graph. Plays all Makes of Rec ords and Plays them Better "Englander" Couch Hammocks Let us put one of these beautiful Hammocks on your porch. Made of the best canvas, with a link fabric spring, adjustable head rest; has a good Felt Mattress. Priced from $39.00 up. They Cost No More than the Ordinary Phono graph Plays all Makes of Rec ords and Plays them Better MONDAY ONLY A Limited Num ber of Built-Over BUCK and PERFECTION Oil Cook Stoves for only $14.98 Only 98c Cash and you can pay the balance at $1.00 a week. 14.50 R Cab ket $1.00 1 may ale We have selected this cabinet for a Monday leader the regular value is $57.50. There is only one-half dozen to sell you will . have to come early to be sure of getting one. All the cash you need is J lend ay Only $1.50 One-half dozen of these big, solid oak cabinets with tilting flour and meal bins; glass door, white enam eled interior tops and many other attractive fea tures that will appeal to the housewife. Going on sale Monday morning at $44-50 MONDAY r ONLY A limited number of Built-Over "BUCK" Cook Stoves and Ranges The prices run from $12.50 up. 98c Cash $1.00 a week pays the balance Yon Must Be Satis- i l ' jQed Before We r-hn Areoausiieo. The Store that Con siders Quality More Important Than Profit , "WHERE YOU ALWAYS BUY RIGHT, NO MATTER WHAT YOU BUY"