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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 12, 1921
SEVEN f I i Th M e The Cost is But a Trifle and JOURNAL CLASSIFIED ADS One Cent a Word in Advance One Rate to All Count the words In your adver tisement and multiply by the num ber of times you desire It printed remit accordingly. In counting words include "To Let." "For wale," "Wanted." etc., as well as addresses. RATES No advertlAment taken for less than 25 cents. BLACK FACE CAPS, LIKE THIS, TWO CENTS PER WORD. Paragraphed matter, line datehes, white i pace, classified display: 60 per line, 56c per Inch (.12 lines rvike an inch.) Ay rerson whose name appears in the telephone directory may have clusslfled ads charged. Cancel orders should be fc!ven In writing, never over the phone. Advertisers should give their homi or postofrice address as well as their phone numbers, becauwe many rtd era have n telephones. If the udvurt'ser so desires, replies can be sent in care of The Journal. FOK SALE For Sale One perfectly new Willys Knight Sedan, 1921 model, never used, price $2750.00. JOHN D. PALMER White Swan Laundry, Mobile, Ala. Reference: First National Bank. FOR SALE Fifteen foot boat. New 2 JJS 11. 1'. Standard Engine. Just over hauled. Speed 10 mliea hr. $150 cash. I'tv. F. 1. Lawson, 6th Band. Ft. Bar rancas. FOR SALE CHEAP, ONE HUPMOBILE MODEL 20; IN FIRST CLASS CON DITION. PHONE 622. FOR SALE $123.00 Brunswick Phono graph a ml one dozen records, $70.00. Apply 1-0 W. Wrighi-Mt. FOK SALE Corner store and market" In paying locality, good prico lor tjulck cash Bale. AUdiess A. X. Y. care Journal FOR SALE Chandler, 1-passenger. 1920 model. Reason for sellu.g owner wants smaller car. Phone 15J or write 1. O. Box 1065. FOR SALE Cheap, one Hupmohlle, mod el 20; in ilr.il ciuks condition. I'hone H22. FOR SALE The Board of Public In struction invites huis up to 11 o'clock, April IB, 11)21, for the purchase of a store iiuiUilng. out buildings and yard fence on the premises ut 8u5 N. 12th Ave. A. S. Edwards, School Supt. 7t FOR SALE At sacrifice. New No. 5 Underwood tjpewriter. Used only four months. Cash or terms. P. O. Box 472. TWO large fire and burglar proof safes for salt) at a bargain. See Aloert Klein, the Jeweler. FOR SALE. 1 new 5-ton Caterpillar Tractor (Holt). 1 slijihtV UBed 6-ton Caterpillar Trac r (Holt). These tractors are fine for heavy hauling, such as logs, lumber or road building, ditching, plowing; also for op erating saw and shingle mills. Write Tor terms. T 1 iE R. K. L. McCASKILL COM PA NY. FOK HAL? Pure sweet milk. Gilmore Dairy, i none 6401. County Operator. FOR SALE Several new and used Ford bodies. AU styles. Priced to bell. Call 1914. J. D. Anderson. Ford Dealer. 411 FOR PALE Several Ford touring cars "lightly used. .Priced to sell. Ca 1 1914. J. D. Anderson, Ford Dealer. 411 FINE WOOD T. S. KENNEDY. 13. FOR SALE Combination store and dwelling with stock or groceries and notions, close in. Good business. Good investment. Address U. M. T., Care Jour nal. FOR PALE Six room bungalow. Apply US E. Zurragosaa St. Phono 10l8. 7t FOtt SALE Piano, practically hew; bar ualn. ll'8i H. Oovemment-st. MISCELLANEOUS PR A DETECTIVE Excellent Oppor tunity, good pa v. travel. Write C. T. I.udwlg, 802 WeMover HUlg., Kansas City, Mo. RRTNO vour lawn mowers to Fomlson's Kiaoksniith Shop, 101 E. Garden, to be overhauled, sharpened and set up ready for the season. A good lawn mower makes hard work env. 303 IT Doings the Duffs" DANNY PLANTED ONE IN LEFT FIELD arket Place West READ DAILY BY FOR RENT FOK ItEXT On north Hill, entire up stairs, completely furnished for house keeping. Bath, lights, gas, and phone. Phone 438. FOR RENT TO GENTLEMEN. LARGE COOL BED ROOM. PRIVATE BATH. GAS,. ELECTRIC .LIGHTS, .PHONE. SCREENED.. .PHONE 218 FOK ItENT An apartment consisting of two bedrooms, kitchenette and private hath. On Xorth Hill. One block from cur line. Phone 1890 FOU UEXT Two light housekeeping rooms, all modern conveniences; on carl line. 20 1,. Uovernment. it FOH ItKXT Newly furnished apartment; kitchen, dining room, bed room, bath, electric liKhts, southern exposure; three blocks from San Carlos. 18 N. Reus. 1'hone 85L FOR RENT Two rooms, furnished for housekeeping, private entrance, screen ed, modern; adults. Phone 1S33. 501 E. Government -st. FOR RENT Bungalow Hat. unfurnished; Kitchen, dining room, bed room, den, private bath and porch; large closets, electric lights, south, cast and north ex posures. 18 N. Reus. Phone 854. FOR RENT Furnished upstairs apart ment, at 131 K. Gregory-st, No chil dren. FOR RENT Large room with kitchen complete for housekeeping. 310 W. Gregory. FOR RENT May first to October first, four-room, furnished apartment, new house, splendid mountain view, all con veniences, electric range, one block from car line. Price, $100.00 per month. Ad dress E. A. Green, Box 26, West Ashe Vilie, N. C. 4t-299 FOR RENT Room, connecting bath. 103 V . Cervantes-st. FOR RENT Two or three furnished rooms for light housekeeping. One sleeping room. On car line. 1107 E. Jackson-st. lhone 1519. FOR RENT Five-room Hat, furnished; reasonable rent to right party. 1704 North Tenth-ave. Phone 2070. FOR RENT Large furnished room, southern exposure; garage. 516 N. Pal-afox-st. FOR RENT Neatly furnished room and board; $10 per week. 115 X. Baylen-st. FOR rEVt Two nice, connecting housekeeping rooms. Everything con venient; at 2U E. Government-st. FOR RENT Furnished light housekeep ing apartments. In suites of two or three rooms. Corner DeVilliers and Gar den streets. For Information call 490. FOR RENT Furnished apartment. West Gadsden. Phone 52. 110 FURNISHED HOUSE, SIX ROOMS AND BATH. MODERN. CORNER I SPRING AND GREGORY STS. APPLY MRS. S. A. FRIEDMAN, 206 W. GREG ORY. FOR RENT Rooms for sleeping, one I block from car. 1401 E. Blount. I FOR RENT Room, private family. W. Belmont street. 21 FOR RENT Neatly furnished apart ment. 810 E. Oa lsden-st. Phone 1516. FOR RENT Housekeeping apartments. J14 W. Gregory &t. LOST AND FOUND LOST Silk Umbrella, horn handle, sil ver bands. E. J. S. to H. W. S, be tween fiost to 7.H3 S. Palafox-st. Return to Watson Agency. LOST Sunday morning, gold wrist watch on Intendencla-st between Reus and DeVillier. Finder please return to Miss Annette Moloney. Mayes Printing Co., and receclve reward. FOUND Pair of steel bowed spectacles in black case. Finder may have samy by proving property and paying for this adv. Journal. it. LOST STRAYED OR STOLEN One white poodle (female) 1920 tag. No. si. Reward if returned to the home of W. G. Porter. 1822 E. Gadsden-st. LOST Somewhere in the city. $10.00 bill and two or three $1.00 bills wrapped in a ptece of newspaper. Finder please return to N. W'elland and receive $2.50 reward. v. Y. Moore. Mtlkinan. LOST One pointer bitch, white with : brown spots. Return to 1405 E, Blount- ' st, or phone 23!2. 4t ! ' LOST OR STRYED One fox terrier puppv, tag No. 385. Finder please phone 1128. FOUND One male hog. January 20th. Owner mav have same !v applving to H. V. Davis, General Delivery, Pen sacola, Fla. TRANSFER Storage BORAS TRANSFER CO. PHONE 1145. OFFICE AND WARI HOUSE EAST CHASE STUfiBT. A Li, KINDS OF HAULING. YOUR BUSI NESS SOLICITED. MORGAN THORSEN TRANSFER COMPANY Phone 710 TRUCK OR TEAM SERVICE of : 1 ' ; l MOW. YOU 60 OVER. THERE $23 I SsP PUT DOWn THAT BALL IlPPSZf : AND GET VOUR BASEBALL ' ) y Y 0AT AMD COME OVEC jT AND PLAY WITH T, OR fMmm 1 ' Jp rv Q'j 5? HERE AMD GET BOSS ,Q-J m GOING TO SEND VOU Vl'iltMW 3 , i-c vL WITH THIS RAKE I f, .VCl . IN THE HOUSE J I W ( : TTU' f "T. H j 30,000 PEOPLE the Results are Unequaled PSHER All Kinds of Insurance. 918 PHONES 919 HELP WANTED WANTED A good servant for general n"oust a nouseworK. j-jignteentn-ave and La- YOUNG MEN, WOMEN, over 17, for Postal Mali Service. $120 month. ' Ex aminations April. Experience unneces sary. For free particulars of instruction, write J. Leonard, (former Civil Service examiner), 951 Equitable Bldg. Wash ington, D. C. MEN WANTED One man wno under stands concrete, one with carpenter ex perience and two or three other handy men who want steady jobs at good pay. Each must invest $200.00 witli us and must be reliable and comnetent to iln hu particular work. This is your chance to secure a congenial and profitable job with no time lost. Room 363, Brent Bldg. Pensacola. 7t WANTED Carpenters to figure on build in 12 small houses. See Chas. W. Howe at Norsworthy Cabinet Works, 38 West Main-st. WANTED WANTED Dining table, buffet, chairs, gas stove. Phone 1606. WANTED Responsible people desire to rent modern unfurnished house In good location, with option to buy. Reply A. H care Journal. WE make newspaper and catalogue cuts from photographs or drawines. at the right prices. The Service En graving Co.. Montgomery. Ala. LODGE NOTICES MASONIC NOTICE Regular meeting of Naval Lodge No. 24 F. & A. M., Tuesday, April 12, 1921 at 7:30 p. m. Work in the M. M. Degree Visiting brethren fraternally invited. IJ3WIS MARSHALL, W. M. Wm. F. Hansen, Secreary. Regular communication of Pensacofa dKe'..No- 42 F- & A- M-- thursday, April 14th, at 7:30 p. nx. Visiting broth ers fraternally invited. R. C. WHITE. J. S. HAYES. Secretary. w M. MASONIC TEMPLE Special communication of Es cambia Lodge No. 15. F. & A Al., Tuesday, April 12, at 7:30 TV m V rr-r In n T7 1 1 , Visiting brothers fraternally invited. WM. FISHER. W. M. F. D. RICHARDS, Secretary. Political Announcements FOR CITY COMMISSIONER. John II. Cross announces as a can didate for city commissioner, subject to the action of the democratic primary of April 12, 1921, and as your sup port' and vote. JOHN II. CROSS. FOR CITY COMMISSIONER Charles H. Villar announces as a candidate for city commissioner sub ject to the action of the Democratic primary of April 12, and solicits your vote and support. C. H. VILLAR. MORTGAGE LOANS LOANS ON REAL ESTATE. We lend money or. Real Estate in the city on short notice, Please state tn application if you have an Abstract of Title to the property. Call and see us. THE WATSO.V AGENCT, Inc. 7 South Pnlafox St. New and used parts for almost ani make of car. Send old parts to be duplicated. Automobile Wrecking Co.. LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS. Louisiana Mississippi River Passes -Southwest Pass Southwest Pass, Bell Buoy, 2, reported capsized April 7th; will be righted as soon as practi cable. C. & G. S. Chart No. 194. Buoy List, 8th District. 1920, p. 36. Coast Pilot Section E, 1916, pp. 103, 112. By order of the commissioner of lighthouses. E. S. LAXPHIER, Superintendent of Lighthouses. Old Papers for sale at Journal Office. lood S5E3E33 ysBsaaaanaBXBsBB, - BROW LEGAL NOTICE CREW NOTICE Neither the Masters. Owners or Consignees of the British i?S Greystoke Castle will be re sponsible for debts contracted by the crew of said vessel. GULF TRANSIT COMPANY, Consignees ORA A. R1ED, Master Statement of the ownership, manage ment, circulation, etc, required by the Act of Congress of August 24, 1912, of The Pensacola Journal, published daily at Pensacola. Florida, April 1, 1921 Name of Post Office Addressi Publisher Lois K. Mayes, Pensacola, Florida, Managing Editor Grover C. Baldwin, Pensacola, Florida. Business Manager Lois K. Mayes, Pensacola, Florida. Owners: (If a corporation, give names and address of stockholders holding 1 per cent or more of the total amount of stock.) Journal Publishing Company, Pensacola Florida. Lois K. Mayes. Pensacola. Florida. A. C. Klngsberry, Montrose, S. Dak. Howard Lee Mayes, Pensacola, Florida. Known bondholders, mortgages and other security holders, holding 1 per cent or more of the total amunt of bonds, mortgages and other securities: The Journal Company, Pensacola, Florida. Average number of copies each issue of this publication sold or distributed through the malls or otherwise to paid subscribers during the six months pro ceeding the date of this statement: 5108. LOIS K. MAYES. Publisher. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 8th day of April. 1921. G. J. HALEY. Notary Public. My commission expires July 18. 1922. NOTICi. Notice is hereby given that under and by virtue of a decree of foreclosure and sale rendereu on tne n ciay oi .ft.pru, A. D- 1921, by the Honorable C. M. Jones, Judge of the Court of Record of Escambia County, Florida, in Chancery Sitting in a certain cause therein pend ing wherein McMillan Mill Company, a Corporation, is complainant and Roe Morgan, and Beatrice Morgan, his wife, are defendants I will, on Mon day, May 2nd, 1921, offer for sale at public outcry, before the County Court House Door, in the City of Pensacola, Escambia County, Florida during the le gal iiours of sale, to the highest and best bidder for cash, the real estate embraced in the said decree of foreclosure and sale, and decribed as follows, to-wit: The East Half (E 1-2) of the Southwest Quarter (SW 1-4) of Section Seven (7), Township Four (4), North of Range Thirty-two (32) West, containing Eighty (80) Acres, more or less, in Escambia County, Florida, together with the tene ments, herdltaments, and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any wise ap pertaining. Terms cash. Deed at cost of purchaser. F. R. ANDERSON. Special Master. NOTICE. Thu lirulprKitrned herebv elves no tice of its intention to app'v to the Governor of the State of Florida at his office at Tallahassee in said state on Thursday, the 21st day of April. A. D. 1921. for a proposed alteration and amendment of its Articles of Associa tion or Charter, which -irosed amendment has been duly adopted by the stockholders in meeting duly as sembled, such alteration or amend ment so desired is as follows: Sections 5 and 6 of the Articles of Association and charter of this com pany shall be amended so as to read as follows, viz: Section 5. The officers of the Cor poration shall consist of a bo4-d ft di rectors, a president, one or more not exceeding three). Vice Presidents, a Secretary and a Treasurer, but the latter two offices may be held by the same person. The board of directors shall be elected annually by the stock holders at a meeting: to be held on the second Tuesday after the first Monday in January of each year, and the di rectors chosen shall be stockholders aualified to vote at the election at which they are chosen. The board of directors shall consist of a number not les than five or more than nine, the number to be fixed by the by-laws or bv resolution of the stockholders at the time of their election, and when not so fixed the number shall be five. ! The board of directors shall elect all ! other officers, but in electing the president one of the directors must be chosen. Officers ana directors now in office shall remain such until the i next annual meeting in January, 102" The number or ice residents shall be fixed by the by-laws or by resolu tion of the stockholders at the time of their election, but the directors may elect two additional Vice Presidents when this amendment shall have be come effective to serve until the next annual meetinsr. Section 6. The highest amount of indebtedness or liability to which the corporation can at any time subject itself shall be $1,000,000.00. This 21st day of March. A. D. 1921. LURTOX - IIARDAKER COMPANY, By II. A. Lurton. President. By C. E. POHLMAN. Secretary. (Corporate Seal.) EDUCATIONAL RAG. JAZZ, blues Piano Playing made easy, postpaid 50c. Winn School Popu lar Music, 44 W. 34th, New York. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBT GO'EX that the undersigned, administrator of the estate of S. E. Brenton, will, on the 2nd day of May, A. D. 1921; present his final ac count and vouchers to the County Judge of Escambia County, Florida, and ask to be discharged from his said administra, torship. T. PASCOE, mchl-2354oaw9w Administrator. In the Court of Record of Escambia County, Florida In Chancery. M. E. Quina and Grja.ce R. Quina, his wife, vs All parties claiming interests under James Hyde, dee'd, and James B. Palmer, dee'd, or otherwise, in the property hereinafter described. It is ordered that all parties claiming interests under James Hyde, deceased, and James B. Palmer, deceased, or other wise, in the real estate described as the east half of Block One Hundred and Seventy-two (172) of the Belmont and Clapp Tracts in the City of Pensacola. Escambia County, State of Florida said block being bounded on the north by Lee street, on the south by Lloyd street, and on the east by Barcelona street, as per map of said city copyrighted by Thos. C. Watson In 1906, are required to appear on Monday, the 4th day of July, A. D. 1921. to the bill of complaint here in. This order to be published once each week for twelve (12)' weeks in The Pen sacola Journal, a newspaper published in the City of Pensacola in said county of Escambia. Done and ordered this 1st day of April, A. D. 1921. (Seal) J. L. MAYO, pierk of Court of Record of Escambia County, Florida. E. D. B.EGGS. Sol. for Complainants. NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that W. M. Mc Call, purchaser of Certificate No. 241, dated June 3rd. 1918, has filed said cer tificate in my office and has made appli cation for tax deed to issue in accor dance with law. Said certificate em braces the following described property, situated in Escambia county, Florida, 1o wit: N. E. quarter of N. E. quarter and S. half of N. E. quarter. Section 38, Township 1 North, Range 31 West. The said land being assessed at the date of the issuance of such certificate in the name of W. M. McCall Unless said certificate shall be re deemed according to law, tax deed will Issue thereon on the 23rd day of April, A. D. 1921. JAS. MACGIBBON, Clerk Circuit Court. tt a B NAVAL STORES tt a ttttntttttttxtxttUnttttttttttn PENSACOLA. Turpentine Firm, 46 l-2c. Sales, 14; receipts, 44; shipments, 75; stock, 5,297. Rosin Sales, 229; receipts, 18S; shipments, 80; stock, 59,342. Quotations: K, 3.90; I to F, 3.80; F to B, 3.65 to 3.75. JACKSONVILLE. JACKSONVILLE, April 11. Tur pentine Firm, 46 1-2 to 46 3-4. Sales, 200; receipts, 166; shipments, 2; stock, 17.S62. Rosin Firm. Sales, 1,121; receipts, 242; shipments, none; stock, 174,979. Quotations WW, 5.00; WG, 4.40; X, 4.15; M, 3.95; K, I, H,i3.90; G, F, 3.80; E, D, 3.75; B, 3.50. SAVANNAH. SAVANNAH, April 11. Turpentine Firm, 46 1-2. Sales, 229; receipts, 12; shipments, 3.25; stock, 4,516. London spirits, 61. - Rosin Firm. Sales, none; receipts, 449; shipments, 1-.406; stock, 78,958. Quotations 4.25; WG, N, M, K, 4.05; I, 3.95; II, G, F, E, D, B, 3.90. "Gentlemen, Be Seated" "I see by the paper that Al G. Field is dead," said the fat drummer in the Pullman smoker. "He was only a minstrel man, but he was the great idol of my boyhood. Millions now nearlng middle age, will look back into the past with me and recall when Al G. Field loomed as big in boyville as Babe Ruth does today. "By some magical process that I never could fathom, Al's blackface show seemed to open the. opera house season in every town In the country. ' We boys had the world in our palm if we could scrape together a quarter and get in line hours in advance .so : we'd have front scats in the gallery. , "For weeks after Al's show we boys played at minstrels in the barn anr" used up all the corks in the house to blacken our faces. All of us had great ambitions. I recall that I war! uncertain whether to he president of! the United States or engineer of tbej number t ight expresr, yiat roared thru ' our town at night. Other fellows had. joals. But at . some time or other every boy i passed up his ambitions and decided that the finest thing in the world j would be to travel as an end man with Al C Field. What greater suc cess could any man want in a life time than to fcold the position in boys' hearts that Al G. Field held two and three decades ago?" Tampa Tribune. T. E. WILLIAMS & CO. BETTY AND A4MDO STAYS AH! THESES THE Npj WAKE f CiOSfc TO BETTV S ZZZT: HOUE -SHE MUSr WfuO NOW NO ONE ELSE HAS VBE -SLEEPING J I WTH GENTLE 1 A CHANCE BUT Jm- "Vs" "Ty. N?US,C l il CUT him out, J "jdk v o-?; ILL SERENADE V lE?l JJl HER IN THE WEE b M$ SMALL HOURS OF S f , JlllrlS E HIGHER PRICES IN N. 0. MARKET Gains Made During First Half of the Session, Later Declining Somewhat NEW ORLEANS. La., April 11th Higher prices prevailed in the cotton market today but gains were all made during the first half of the session, the market having a slight tendency to react during the last half. The opening was firm and active in sympathy with a higher Liverpool than due and on the Initial buying flurry the greater part of the advance was attained. Toward the middle of the day the official forecast of fair and warmer weather for the entire belt, the conditions most desired, caused something of a reactionary feeling but the widest recessions cur ried the market barely 15 point down from the top. In the l tte trad ing the market steadied ag.tin. After the noon hour early buyers liquidated in a moderate way. bu: new support was received from re ports from points in Louisiana, tell ing of young cotton having bor-r wiped out by frost and 'by reports from south Texas, that heavy rains and high rivers of last week had com pletely wiped out new crops in some sections. COTTON SEED OIL. NEW YORK, April 11 Cottonseed oil was lower under commission house liquidation induced by the heaviness in lard and grain and lack of trade inquiry- Closing bids were 11 to 20 points net lower for active months. Sales 18.000 bales. Prime crude 400; THE UNITED STATES SHIPPING BOARD EMERGENCY FLEET CORPORATION Invites Tenders on Topside Paints, Varnishes, Cements, Shellacs, Oils, Etc. Sealed bids will be received until April 26. 1921, 2 p. m., and wu then be opened and read publicly in the office of Van Middlesworth. Man ager, Purchasing Department, Division of Supply and Sales (Room ."0o. 1317 F. Street, N. W.. Washington, 1). C, for furnishing such quantities or topside paints, varnishes, cements, r Celiacs, oils .etc.. as may be required for a period of three months from May 15th, 1921, for use of all ships operated by or for its account, at the ports of: PORTLAND, ME. BOSTON, MASS. PROVIDENCE, R. I. PORTSMOUTH, N. H. NEW YORK, N. Y. PHILADELPHIA, PA. BALTIMORE, MD. NORFOLK, VA. NEWPORT NEWS, VA.' CHARLESTON, S. C. SAVANNAH, GA. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Proposal forms and other information may be obtained from the Mnn- ager, Purchasing Department, Division of Supply and Sales. The Board Reserves the Right to Reject Any or All Bids. Sealed bids should be addressed to L. Van Middlesworth. Manager. Pur chasing Department, Division of Supply and Sales. 1317 F Street N. W., Washington, D. C, and endorsed: "Sealed Bid for Topsldet Paints, Varnishes, Cements, Shellacs, Oils, Etc Do not open until April 28, 1921." HER BEAU prime yellow spot rsr; May "!):): .Tui. 64S and September CS4 all bid. SHOES WEAR. LONGER When you walk in comfort: t? do st ings. A package of Allen's Foot-1 .a.- - the antiseptic powder to shako into shoes and .vprinUie in the foot-b Kives you that "old shoe" comfort saves wear. Allen's Foot-Ease ni; tight or new shoes feel e;iy. La can wear shoes nne size smrtller shaking some Allen's Foot-Ease in shoe in the morning. Sold cverywl Adv. t: atl II V d'e DON'T FOOL WITH ' RHEUMATIC ACHE' Keep a Bottle of Pain-Relievir. Sloan's Liniment Handy. You need it when the titiexpoctv rheumatic twinge starts -the p-il: end aches following exposure--sei:;ii lumbago, lame bid, so c muscles, st joints, neuralgia. I'-rot .ill ;iio litiying another bottle ;n;l !e.'ii:! handy, didn't you? Get it today ye may need it tonight! This famous counter-irritant pen trates without rubbing and so:itte the congestion. The pain or a-he pooii relieve I. leaving no pl ater poultice mu-'siness. no stained Thousands of regular userR keep fi.tiuly for einefceiH "- they don't si: fer needlessly. All d.ugsists I!js, f 1.40. Adv. ' 4 tin cur r f pains ' JLJL 1JLJLH. tx tn. lenwnvf TAMPA, FLA. PENSACOLA, FLA. MOBILE, ALA. NEW ORLEANS, LA. GALVESTON, TEX. LOS ANGELES, CAL. SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. MARE ISLAND, CAL. OAKLAND, CAL. ALAMEDA, CAL. PORTLAND, ORE. SEATTLE, WASH.