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The Pensacola journal

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Title:
The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title:
Daily journal
Alternate title:
Pensacola news-journal
Place of Publication:
Pensacola Fla
Publisher:
Mayes & Co.
Creation Date:
April 1, 1905
Publication Date:
Frequency:
Daily[<1947>-1985]
Daily (except Monday)[ FORMER <1900-1905>]
daily
normalized irregular
Language:
English
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ;

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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates:
30.433333 x -87.2

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Abstract:
In March 1897, the Pensacola Journal was started as a weekly by William Marion Loftin. The Pensacola Journal became a daily in 1898. With competition from other Pensacola papers, the Journal's coverage included a large part of Florida. In 1922, the Pensacola Journal was purchased by John H. Perry, who in 1924 also acquired the newspaper's main rival, the Pensacola Evening News. For the next six decades, the Pensacola Journal continued to appear mornings and the Pensacola News evenings. Both newspapers remained extremely competitive. A combined Sunday edition published as the Pensacola News Journal also became available. A consolidated newspaper, also known as the Pensacola News Journal, began operations on June 3, 1985, and continues to the present. Pensacola is the seat of government for Escambia County, the westernmost city in the westernmost county of Florida. The city sits on Pensacola Bay, connecting to the Gulf of Mexico. Since the early colonial period, Pensacola has been an important naval port and economic center. By 1889, it was already one of Florida's four largest cities. The big news covered by the local Pensacola press in 1898 was the beginning of the Spanish-American War. The Gulf Coast port, like others in Florida, hosted forces bound for Cuba, among them troops under Teddy Roosevelt, who passed through Pensacola on his way to Cuba through Tampa. In the years following the war, the United States secured the peace in the Caribbean through naval patrols and maneuvers based out of Pensacola. In the early part of the 20th century, Pensacola experienced tremendous growth. The population doubled to nearly 23,000 between 1890 and 1910. A new Spanish Renaissance-style city hall was built in 1908. Two years later, the American National Bank building--at 10 stories, Pensacola's first skyscraper-- was completed. The same year marked the construction of the San Carlos Hotel and a wooden bridge across Bayou Texar. By 1912, Pensacola had 21 miles of paved streets, and the first modern hospital opened three years later. In 1916, the city began operating its first motorized fire truck, and by 1924 it had replaced all of its horse-drawn firefighting equipment. The Pensacola Journal covered the cycles of boom and bust that characterized the city in the years that followed, as well as the renewed growth after the Second World War.
Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1898.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funding:
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855.

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VOL. XVI II. NO. CG.
PENSACOLA. FLORIDA SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 7. 1915.
PRICE FIVE CENTS

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I AUTOMATIC
SHOT GUN USED

BY SHE MA
Monroe Phillips First Kills
Harry Dunwody and Then
Turns on Crowd.
PANIC IS CAUSED
AMONG CITIZENS
Was Shot Dca 1 by E. C.
Butts, a Lawyer, While
He Was Still Trying To
Fire on Citizens Dunwo Dunwody
dy Dunwody Is a Nephew of Major
J. F. Dunwody of Pensa Pensa-cola
cola Pensa-cola Many of Wounded
May Die.
BT AfSOCIATrD FFF?3
Pr.ir ewi k. Cm.. M wch Fl men
re killed, others erWusly wound wounded
ed wounded ard ftit a sor or mor sightly
wounded tur tty by Monro Phil Phil-H:.
H:. Phil-H:. a I'V-at rel estate and timber
J'r. who rn Mrnuck on the rr,ni rr,ni-tl
tl rr,ni-tl street n tutomatlc shot im.
Phll'.'p himself a ht dead r K. C.
lulls, a lawyer, while he M'U t r y1 n at
to fir' upon citUen oho s; prarej cn
the streets,
Phl'llr th" trM to hav teen
lnsr because cf financial reverse
and developed an er.m'ty tr IJrry K.
Pun woody, a rrcminenf Uw;,r and
r-!i(t-n. in wh. c..ff.. l brrn
til mnrtrij it'iik, Aftrr kii.in
IunwJv-, Phl'.lipa Wfnt !nto tb
'rtrt rxi br hiH.n at vrry no
!n airfht, ' n a i3inic amot gr cHI cHI-rr;p.
rr;p. cHI-rr;p. It wN rrobaMy half an hour
'l'r i.9 f'.rrt ahut u f r-1 t y rhil-
i'f- t h (a ht down by Al Al-toi
toi Al-toi n y I'.utta,
t lit a j r t prions eondltion and it
trt th !. a; h S!t may b in in-crt
crt in-crt a rd.
THE DEAD.
Harry I. li.nwj, rnminnt at at-trn
trn at-trn y.
Wt Ham M llarkot. n-lTtakr.
R. M. t i r (Hr-m,vn1
I. v". La- t ft. fnrrnf-r j ;i rnan.
'f W AfrffH, rti-orrtin.
J1ft,-, I'M.l.j.o, rel rtaf an5
tini'xf ?1rr.
SERIOUSLY WOUNDED.
Am-'m t.i m r arlou!!y wounded
are-
Aibrrt f. Way. real eatate dra.Ier.
I J. Iav, fr.
timar-l t ls.-n. me is hant.
C'.uftfi 1 'ra. b4rk c'rk.
I r. it. !.. Fox
V. J I, lr- y, rurfrhnnt.
rST KILLED OUNWOOOV.
rh!:t-j!i f'.nt went t th offio of
Mr. PunwfHsJy and opened fire on the
lawyer with an automatic ahot run
Kvrrl ttjrfm enit-r ir the attorney'
ed k : 1 1 i n Mm ilmoit Inatintiy.
I'hiUra tben wnt t th turner of
N" Cat! ard C,'auceitef airet-ta. In
front of a drug- atr and iesn ahoot ahoot-tn
tn ahoot-tn at cery n In fiRht. Aa faet aa
hL nan tmptied, he tela led it.
C'itliena hHma ran.c atrkken and
f!rd in all d)te-tior.
.n!:y ToUceman Peavera ram
rrr.lra to the Kf and regan hot-i-t
t i'u::.rt and wa in turn ahot
an 1 ks:ed by the lumberman.
I fr.ro he n ki.'d, rhlUspa. In ad ad-d
d ad-d t n to killing fotrr nifn, had aeri aeri-tn:y
tn:y aeri-tn:y wtundl fsv and aUfhtly
wojnJed aiut fifteen other.
Ainr.rg- the moundrd ara:
n-Jttla Patta, h.) fired tha ebot tl.at
kt'ie i ri.i::;r.
At: ert Way.
M!iund l-etaon. a merchant
Vt H. I Yvk hrt In th neck,
Gmtge 11. jsmith. raah er f tha
r-runtwU k. nnk A Truit Company.
Tent Ford, r.jlnw tf tha Southern
Hsllway.
T. ti. I!au!m!n. ro' Sector.
W. E, llo'.t. tinctrtclaft.
R. O. JaclcMon, tna jrarxa agent.
XAnc Cohen, rol.ee tor.
Jerry Ucher.
T. II Crumrler, fanner.
A t. ru eireaa eomrny etn etn-pltrt
pltrt etn-pltrt Thera ar othtrt wh ara alUhUy
wounded.
Marry Dunwead a Nphw f
Maj. DufMwaady of Panaacata.
Harry F. rm killed In Brona Brona-wirk.
wirk. Brona-wirk. . v'Mfrjy ta a, nej hew of
Major J. V. I ii.w..'r of fvr.aacola.
and also la Te.td t. tha EUara fam-
i:y.
A te!rgf.m waa re.rd by rala rala-tivea
tivea rala-tivea In l"eiia )eaterday wornir.j
i rt the ' th of Mr. Dunawody
t . handa ot i'Uil'p.

GREAT FLEET IS
ATTACKING THE
PRINCIPAL FORTS

Vessels With Fifteen Inch
Guns Shelling Darda Dardanelles
nelles Dardanelles Fortifications.
TWO ARE DA?; AGED;
THIRD BLOWN UP.
They Arc Believed to be the
Strongest Forts Along the
Entire Waterway and
Guard the Narrowest Part
of the Straits Land
Fighting Continues Fierce
With Russians Claiming
Victories.
BY ASSOCIATED PRRKS
London, March i Tha flrttUh bat bat-t'.eh!t
t'.eh!t bat-t'.eh!t a Queen K:iah-th and 11 nre
Oe rje and bat tie cmieer JnHeible.
wttSs their elaht fifteen-inch and
their dotn twelve Inch guna yeaterd.y
attacked the prin'-lral forta on the
H ir- jean aide of the narrowa In the
rrdaneHea. Two of the fort a were
damaged and the maaaiina of the
third blown up. Ouardln tha nar narrowest
rowest narrowest part of the atratta frr.m the
f.ur.pn a' J they arc believed to
th atrongeat frta alone tha entire
waterway.
On fort, which hai fourteen -Inh
run, roull ararrely reieh the Qtn
faibeth. which f1ret ' twanty-nrne
roi n da.
Crtiicera eontlna attacka on th
fnrtlftnitlora aJorc th oaat of Al
tror from a point near tha entrance
to the Pardareliea to myma, doubt doubt-less
less doubt-less to prevent re'rforte-menta beina:
aer.t to the atraita, wtere ther ar
many Turkish troora alth whom th
marsnea. landed to roiplete tha de de-atruftin
atruftin de-atruftin of the fnrta. at th er.tranca
to th afraita, ha- been er.jaeed.
In th land f!httnf tha alllea auf auf-frd
frd auf-frd caaualtlea acoordlrg to tha Br1t Br1t-tah
tah Br1t-tah report, of nineteen killM. The
Tura p!ac the Ilritieh caataalttea
higher. Tody'a admiralty diapatch
'd th Kant Indiea fl'et haa Joined
the allied feet and lomlardrd the
Fmyrn fortlflratlona, which we're
eertoualy damaged.
PETROGWAD CLAIMS THE
AUSTRIANS ARE ON THE RUN
Tendon, March . llavlnf. aa 1-
trociad rlalma, aucceaaf illy countered
tha Autro-Oermtn atte-npti to out.
flank h!m In Eautern tUlScla, and from
l'aat Iuaaian -Grand -Puke Nlcholaa
th Ruatiian commander -chief, ta aald
to be thruatina; at th Teutonic aP.iea
center In roland. From all account;
received fr"m FetrograL th only
preaent aourca of Information, th
Auattiana hav auffered a aevere da da-feat
feat da-feat In Itaatern Clalic'.a and now are
In full retreat toward tho Carpathian.
In mountain to th vent ward th
f'-Shtinr wfclrh has ben continuout
and Intenne for weeka. eilll la la pro pro-trraa.
trraa. pro-trraa. Th two arm lea are contefidini'
desperately for th rtdeti. Tha loaaea
In the battlea are declared to fe aa
aerloua a any In th ivar. Neither
aide haa conceded won than a few
yard.
liuaalana In North FoUvnd continue
atrlvln hard to drlv th Oermana
back to liaat FruaeSa, It la aald th
drive, at aom point la meeting with
conaiderabl aucce anl et other
point th German ar aald to hav
checked th Ruaatan offenaive.
On th weatern front th French
rontlna their attack acsinat tha
German according- to Patia, tha
French made prorrea In tha Cham Cham-pjrn
pjrn Cham-pjrn and Arjtof.r.e re cloi. Th Ger German
man German delivered harp counter at at-tatka,
tatka, at-tatka, which Berlin report hav been
ucceeafuL
CLASS CHAIRMAN OF
RURAL CREDITS COMMISSION
tVaahlngton. March i.-"prenta-tire
Glaea. cf Virginia, today waa aa aa-lected
lected aa-lected chuitrnan of th turaJ credit
commlaalon authorttd by congreaa. lit
will appoint two ub-ccrr rait tee, on
to mak apeclal atudy ef land mort mort-gag
gag mort-gag credit ard th thr to devot
particular attention to jeraonal rural
credit, during tha umm.'r, to report
to th tth congreaa
ORDERS FOR TOMS
STEEL FOR IHRAPAEL
johnatown. Vt, March I. Order for
4l.&e ton of ateeL valued at i:.00.
COo to be uaed in makitg ahrapnrl.
haa been received by tre mtr:a
teel Cotuany frona th Ruaa-an gav-eracntAg,

Mrs. William Astor Chanlcr Sees
Success of Her Plan to Aid French

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Captain Oumit and Mm. William Attar Chmr en hHdg f Rockambeau.
Tht picture wa taJsen Juat bf or the tarjr Rcharbai lea
York for iivra, Fjaue. cariHiMT 7.0 Ia.'ayita kl a for tae. lYeacb atl atl-dlera
dlera atl-dlera in th trenche . Mra. W.Ulam Aatcr Chanler cf New Fork, !a at th
head of thta work to upply comfort Vita to th French acJdSer. Four
big ahlpmenta in all contributed b y thouMnda of Americana hava now
teen pent to Fran'. . . .

FRENCH STEAMER ON
FIRE FAR OUT AT SEA

CARRAKZA MAY
HEED ADVICE OF
UNffED STATES
Situation Is Still Described
As Grave, and the Diplo Diplomatic
matic Diplomatic Corps at Mexico
City May Leave.
BT ASSOCIATED PK4JSM
Washington. March . Slncouraarng
advlcwa, Indicatlrg that Carrania
might heed th United State' repre repre-aentatlon
aentatlon repre-aentatlon and direct Obregon to per permit
mit permit food atippllea to reach MckIco City
were received tonight by the vtato do do-partment.
partment. do-partment. While tha altuatlon la atill
described aa grave, tha intimation ta
given that Carrania waa beginning to
yield to diplomatic preteur for ame ameliorating
liorating ameliorating condition.
An outbreak of a email -pox epidem epidemic,
ic, epidemic, at Tamplco waa another ditu.?.'ii5
condition. Soma foreign diplomat
her received metumge from their
repreaentatlvea at Mextco City, indi indicating
cating indicating the diplomatic corp waa d d-irou
irou d-irou of leaving but no definite con con-clualon
clualon con-clualon ba been reached In thl mat matter.
ter. matter. It waa learned th corp leaving
depended upon t' United State'
probabl course. The preaident plana
no further tep pending the outcome
of representation ta Carranza.
LACY INQUIRY HAS
STARTED IN ALABAMA
Montgomery. Ala., March That
Theo Lacy had agreed to com back
to Alabama, make restitution or teit
where tha miaalng convict department
1100,600 waa kvted. recelv Immedfat
trial and t allowed ball, waa teat !nd
by K. O. MIlea, a detective before th
legislative recea lnveatlgating com commute
mute commute tcday. Th body started tha
tnveetigatU.n into the Lacy acandal
ahi'h mm recommended by a ilnt
lcgt!atlve reKilution. M.lea ia the de detective
tective detective hired by the atsite to ferrtt Vt
th cvavlct department .andaL

! .ajai

The LaTouraine Ablaze OIT
the Iri?h Coast Wirele.s
Calls Bring Assistance
and Other Vessels Arc
Ready To Take OtT Pas Passengers.
sengers. Passengers. BT ASSOCIATED PRESS
Parte, Mart . -Tha French mln mln-latry
latry mln-latry of mrln racrived from on of
tta alreleya itaflona today nea that
tha eteamahlp La Touralna waa aflr
about four burred knot oft the Jflao
coat. l.fyond thta th mlnlatry re received
ceived received nothing. A director of tha Cora Cora-pagnt
pagnt Cora-pagnt (ienerai Trana-AlUntique,
which own tha veenel announced th
folloaing today: "From wlrele
diepatch w hav received, w ara
given underatand ttat fire broke out
on tha I To-iralna at a:x o'clock thta
morning. Four ehipa wuhm wtraVTj
range, have gon to her aanlatanc,
Am r. them ara tha Arabic and Rot Rotterdam."
terdam." Rotterdam." Inn director, who declared th Are
apparently waa aerloua. atated 1 had
no ther advice. II aald tha Arabic
and Rotterdam er cleac to th La-
Touralne, which la nine hundred mile
from Havre.
STEAMER STANDS IV AND
IS READ TO TAKE PASSENGLRS
London, March Meaaaga from th
eteamahip La Touralne waa received at
Queeoatown tonight and aald th
steamer Rotterdam waa standing by
prepared to render any aaaiatancc. In Including
cluding Including tha traaafer cf aaengers If
receaaary. A wlrele meaaaga haa
t-een ent to tha ther tamer ap approaching,
proaching, approaching, aaylr.g their aaaiatanca .a
net required. A British cmler caught
tha -8. O. S" call and hurried to tha
La Touraln g aid, but vn Informed
It waa net naceaaary.
Tha Rotterdam promtaad to remain
until th La. Touraln navigated to port
Th La Touraln- crw waa fighting the
I Rr with every mean at tbelr die-
poeal when th Rotterdam reach l her.
I The LaTouraine I from New Tork
Havre and carried eighty-one
aenger and two hundred member of
th rrew.
JAP NAVY SEAPLANE
MAS SERIOUS ACCIDENT
Tokio, March I. The pilot and two
officera aer drowned when a navy
seapUn fell tody at YtkoaukL

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$1,000,000 AVAILABLE

INSTEAD OF DECREASING .
BOTH SHOW STEADY GROWTH

Haetneea Manager. Tha Journal. CVy.
It may Interest you to know that my recent "Land Fr hale" ad.
In your column brought replie from evn dtfTefTrent atatea and two
province of Canada, which pretty well eatahUehe two point tha
pulling power of The Journal aa an dvertla!ng medium, and tha In.
tereat of tha American people In Weat Florid land. May neither cf
them grow lea. W. 8. RFKVE. '
HIJ. Kat Cenrantea rtrt.

DELVE INTO AFFAIRS OF THE
FLORIDA, ALABAMA AWDGULF

THE G. P. CLUB IS
ENTERTAINED AT
MOiLIA FARtVI
About One Hundred Promi Prominent
nent Prominent Business Men Make
Inspection of the Model
Demonstration Farm.
Tfe Urealer FnNawrs,ila ctub waa ew ew-tertamed
tertamed ew-tertamed at Itincl.eon' 3tritay by tb
Southern Etate timber I'omjwny. at
th latter Magnt'lU Parma, locate.1
In Haldln county. AU four mile
weat of Muecoge. Ha.
Approilmately one hundred gentle gentlemen
men gentlemen attended the luncheon, and no
former meeting tf the orgaiiiiatlon
could hav proven hlf aa enjoyable.
Thl. not only becauae of tha noveTty
cf the function, but beceue of the
auperb luncheon that i aerved by
ITesident Vong. of tha Fouthern
State Company and Superintendent
Williams of th farm. This delightful
feaat and It was a -feast" conniated
of acme twenty delightfully prepsrel
and eplendldly served dlahe. every
one of which waa a product of Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia Farm, except the coffee, eur
and wheat bread which wera served.
The trip from the city to the frm
was mid in automobile, soma twenty
of which were used.
Preaident C. K. IVbo cf flat
Chamt-er of Commerce, acted aa toast toast-master,
master, toast-master, and on behalf of the Southern
Httea Cor.tpany. Aaalatant Manager F.
F. Bingham, and Farm Superlntendeife
Wiiilama, weloomed th gueata.
C. K. McQuarrie, farm demonatrat-tr
and expert agriculturist the UnitM
States department of agriculture, was
Introduced by Toeatt.viater Dobaon,
and delivered a moat Interesting and
Instructive lecture upon the agricul
tural resource and possibilities of
Weat Florida nd Pout hern Alabama.
Magnolia Farms le, primarily, m
demonstration or per1mentl farm
instituted by Ha owners for the pur.
, cf proving the value of the cut.
over timber lands cf th Bout ham
states Company. Ther are several
hundred acres of land embraced In th
farm, which ar cultivated chiefly to
crop fr th production of feed for
stock, snd th product are turnet
Into money through the medium f
blooded etock beef cattle, m'lch o,
and hog, th strain of hkh are:
For beef catMa. llerforda; rnib h cowe,
Jemeya; and hogs, Rerkehirea.
Tha development of tha dairy In-
(ConUnuad on Page Thre.)
Search for Hiding
Place of a Lot of
Stolen Bank F unds
BT ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Chicago, March i. Search for th
hiding place of a aum suppoaed to b
I120 &OP. part cf tha loot in th HIT, HIT,-Cda
Cda HIT,-Cda robbery of the branch Bank ef
Montreal at New Weatmlnster, B. C.
in September ltll waa beg-un her to to-day
day to-day by a, score ef detective a re result
sult result ef th arrest yesterday of two
men believed to be ring leadr in tfte
robbery.
The men onder arrest, George Webs Webster
ter Webster and John Bingham, were caught
when they a: peered at a private banal
and attempted to change Canadian
money Into United states currency.
They bad keen trailed for sever a!
months by private d'tecuv.

Government Conducts Probe

Into Its Finances at Sat Saturday
urday Saturday Hearing of the First
National Bank Cases.
Moet of the session of tha United
Plate court yesterday was taken up
in the affair of tha Florida e Ala-
bam Land Company and the railroad
company of whlcn th president of
th land company atso wss an officer,
thla being W. K. llyer. In all tvd
wltneas,' wera hesrd, on of Ciem
being th expert auditor of the Flrrt
National Rank f Chicago, said to be
on of the strongest bartka In th weft.
Thoa. A. Johnson, receiver for th
Florida. Alabama & Oylf Rallrwad;
H. K. MitchrlL on of th auditors
who tnde the audit of the bonk a of
the llorlda & Alabama Land
pan-, rf Atltntaj and A. IL Leonarl
trafAa manager of that road, and for formerly
merly formerly caahlef of the Hank of Florala.
aa well aa Mr. lirer. receiver for the
Southern Har.rwoo.la Manufacturlns
Company, were all heard from th-s
witness stand. Mr. Oliver was tha first
wltneaa for tha d-y.
MR. OLIVER ON STAND.
A. B. Oliver said h took charge of
so msry papers when taking over
books, papers t,f Bmithem Hardwood
Cwmrany that ha had no recolleTTon
of any unexecuted mortgsge as sake)
by th government. If identified all
tmk taken over when h assumed
cVers of th bankruptcy company
bislness. Rooks were lntroduw.1,
government explained, to connect de defendant
fendant defendant Know !e with certain transac.
tlona. Iiilt receivable from 19-'U
wern then offered, to both of which de.
fenae entered objection becau of tha
allea;ed remotenea and lack of rele relevancy
vancy relevancy to tha point or points at ieaue.
Rooks, etc., were admissible evidence,
th court held, and were so offered,
llach record waa separately marked
for eahlMt, and they may all figure
In tha proceedings. Witness, had no
stock ledger with him hut was told to
proditc the record for evidence durlgg
the day.
Mr. F.ea II at 4ht r-otnt re-iuested
thatArttey j. p. Htokea not hold
so prominently a weekly newspaper
whl h he was reading, the, headlinea
of a hit h could be read by the Jury.
Mr. htokea promptly compiled. Th
several letters covering several mat matters,
ters, matters, and taken from th file of th
company's off!.- by witness, wera then
Introduced and read.
W. K. MITCHELL CALLED.
W. K. Mitchell, certified public ac accountant,
countant, accountant, since Msy. I!n. and ho
held positions In audit offices of sev several
eral several railroad lines which he named
for me years trevlously, testified
that he had been engaged to make an
audit f the affairs of the Florid. A
Alabama Land Company. Information
obtained by witness wag from several
mers of the company! Inventories
er not verified, but were taken aa
presented by the record. Mortgage
were ftund to the following: All lum lum-ler
ler lum-ler at Fabo asid logs In Covington
couruy. Ala, to the First National
Bank of Penaacola; certain lumber at
Penaacola to F. J, threyer for cer certain
tain certain advan"ea; lumber not covered by
the Fchreyer mortgage waa mortgsged
to the Penaacola Lornber Company for
advance. Bock value of bonds war
shown to ba S1J.2I20. book vslu.
while the par valu cf ssm waa givn
at tm.OtfO. Practically th greater
I part of testimony ef this witness dealt
in a maie of Cgurea. which ha read
from the copy of the audit ha held in
hi hand. Frequent consultation with
book, introduced by witnees, Deffilva.
wa made by thl witnea to venfy
certain material Items asked about
by tha government.
On cro-eamination vltnees ssld
he had made his valuatlona from in information
formation information obtained from "Bob" Hyer,
W. K, Hyer, or from a Mr. Owens,
when, he was not able to gtt satis satisfactory
factory satisfactory Information from the tor.ka.
He could not say that tha hook Valua Valuations
tions Valuations wer arbitrary, but witness a'd
!ConUnu4 on Pag T!irea.)

THIS AMOUNT IS
READY FOR USE

I AERONAUTICS

Much of It Will be Spent
In Equiping the Station at
Pensacola Kay Yard
A MANUFACTURING
PLANT POSSIBLE
The Navy Department May
Equip the Yard So as To
Manufacture Own Ma Machines,
chines, Machines, Using the Remain
der for the Purchase of .1
Larpe Number of Aero
planes.
One million dollar will re spent
within tha r.ext twelve month in
aeronautlca and It is erpeeted th;t
hslf of this amount will he ntilixed ut
th Pensacola navy yird, installing
equipment that Is essitll In bring bringing
ing bringing that place to tha standard desired
and posslMy In Installing machinery
suitable for th mnufature of ar ar-pltbe.
pltbe. ar-pltbe. fr It ta knoHa tho navy Oe Oe-partmetit
partmetit Oe-partmetit ha been considering this
feu jura rf aeronaut!. At reent H
maebine are toeing purchased ftom
private manufacturers, but the gov.
ernment Is desirous of having a r'nnt
of its own.
If a plant for msklng.Mi mn-hine
Is not iLstslled It in known that tha
shop at th navy yard i!l !
VJ'prd with tha mfcWnry neces necessary
sary necessary for making rrtairs to the m m-ch'nea.
ch'nea. m-ch'nea. Tha remainder of th money will
be need In purchasing- a Urge number
of vaiiou type of fivers, and on o
m,ore di"iglblea will He adOed t the)
fleet, llangam now in use are only
temporary and will b r placed by run
of a permanent natur. There will
bw many of'theae and they will llnaj
th beach for a long distance, for th
appropriation mak Hvailablo tha
purchase of five times .ia many ma
chine as are now In u-.
fheda of a permanent tharartcr fr
dirigibles also will oe creeled at tha
ysrd and It la expected that within
short time that plsce will reuume m
of It former activity.
It Is knoan that the department,
and eel eclally those officers 'n tharg"
of th aeronautic branch, are desir desir-our
our desir-our ef utiljilng all of the property foe
this purpose exclusively, and a ratal
ofiatnictor attachel to the alatlon
ccrps N now at th yard looking ever
the buildings and Mt with a vlw l
making recommenditlons
t
Criminal Cases
j Against Former
Railway Chiefs
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS
New York. March 1 Critnir.l
c asalnst the taer.tyone present
or lrmr officers and directors of th
Nev York, New Haven A Hartford
ruiiroad. Indicted under the Hirrman
law will be tried by Judan Will. am It.
Iltmt, of the lnltel Miles tircuit
court, according to nnoimeement to today.
day. today. William R.kefeUrr, the last of
th defendant to plead, eitered a pie
of not guilty through counsel yeater yeater-dy.
dy. yeater-dy. Judge Hunt waa born in New Or Orleans.
leans. Orleans. He entered Yale In th class
f 1171. but 111 health prevented hi
graduation. Ha has servrd aa attor attorney
ney attorney general of Montana, a id a a Jus Jus-Uc
Uc Jus-Uc of tha Montana auprema court.
Soon after war with pain ha be became
came became Secretary of Porto Itleo, and in
lioi waa mad governor ef Porto Ulco.
in l0t h w4 appointed United
States Judge tor the district of Mon Montana
tana Montana and subsequently waa mad
memher of the United Ptates court f
customs appeal. In 119 he waa mad'
an adiltionsl United Wales circuit
court Judge snd dW.gnat-d by
Preaident Taft to eerv for threa
years a ore 'rf th jutigc of th then
nealy treated but now dejnet Inter Interstate
state Interstate commerce cwU

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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 7, iyi5.
St

WHEN RUN DOWN

Hf 8sespart!!a. th Rattabl THj
M !,, Bui'ds Up.
Th reason hy you feel so tired all
the time, at thia season Is tht your
Mood ts impure aiid Impoverished. It
lack viteJiiy It i not rich red
Wood that gives life to th whole body
perfect !iM!!on and enables all the
organ to perform their function a
they should.
Get Moda Saras pari. from any
druggist. It will make you f 1 better,
look better, at and aleep better It ia
the old reliable tried and truo all-the-y
ear-round blood paiLler an 4 enru her.
tnl? and ap,eUter. It revltalite th
I lod. and la especially useful in build build-rg
rg build-rg up th debilitated and run-down.
Hood PariarU;a ia helping thoua thoua-and
and thoua-and a't thia Urn of year. Lt it litis.
Get a bottle today and begin
taking It at rnr, Be sure to get
liod's. Nothing el acta like It.
f Adv
CAUGHT DARKEY
OUR THE BED
WHEN FAMILY OF JAMES PITT.
MAN, COLORED, RETURNED
HOME, THEY SURPRISED AN
ALLEGED BURGLAR IN HOUSE.
When Jernes Human an 4 family.
cnored penile, returned heme to
where they live vr Olive y eater Lay
afternoon at 2 o'clock, they were very
much surprised to find on ef the
etoora forced, and m of the mm mm-Ini
Ini mm-Ini cf the f m'ly smarted t. Im es estimate,
timate, estimate, they t;d tha sheriff when they
eaw a djri-v d-rt under a bad to
stecret himself. Irajt..ng him from
In a hldr.g place, they Identified a ne ne-g!"
g!" ne-g!" !'.'. I.; name as James !'', !'',-iint.
iint. !'',-iint. th- Is to ha a later con
fessed to lava r t red the to.; so In
tha family's i'MK, fr purposes of
robbery.
Plesantg si brought to the rtty and
locked wp a tha chart of breaking
and entering. When ha arrived here !
hf w t gfitiy bom d with a rtpa. and
his capit.ra wt-rw in t i.ar. T!iy
brrttiKht him to tun In an automoLlia,
and fid Sheriff i:::ia that they hi
Ibm darkey tiel )t!if!y at their houae
f- ra they i:uril tra auto to bi1n
h:m to town. lis ia ia t."e county
Jail.
nm Jl M.i v t'nrrn:
U t l-efl.fy r t ho th
.- rrn -.f th Kjn tii'ilut
t nlv lMitiilt!v, m.i U rf"!-l
. .li! . ay ,t It ts m.
1 f b'.ilnrt dati with ua,
t'M.c a -' 1 vf i.v..rl (.
fKj :vf !H H4, ltl (JJI r.V ITT-J,.
ti i- '. sit 'v jailed
U Kill.
Tiff, M !.A H I NATIONL I?K,
isy J. J !lAHi. I rl lent.
aTHL
Am
Treatment
UOUOR M.B DRUG HABITS
Year m Op ration .
Hor than 4U0.()0( ( uraj
aaa s-mBanti)f tha rmvir for
IMunr and rtruK. 1nt a romma-
Uii.Mi fur Kh U-1i- tH cni)mca.
U iH fi :VfMrtM tHRit and tr tr-ttntonlaU.
ttntonlaU. tr-ttntonlaU. I'cutta nothing ls lrvvl lrvvl-wt
wt lrvvl-wt a si c frpi!..j ,.e airictiy con con-f
f con-f t-est
D. M. B. SOONt
Waar an ani;ian
T. M. Mef0lC
acratary an Traorar
THE KEELEY INSTITUTE
aMt M.ia ret, Jachaaavllla. FU.
Th 0'y Ktf nmwt
in fiiM4,
Here's
Cigar
Se ven
Seven
Four

Smokers ,

Picadura Import Cija a,
Jno. Ruskin Cigars . .
La Prcfcrcncia Cigars,
(10c Sraight Sizs)

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D'AIemberte's Pharmacy
121 South Palafox Street.

PAG

PETISACOtft
FIRST CROUP RUACHES THE
CITY AND STARTS SERVICES AT
THE FIRST METHODIST
CHURCH.
Tha campaign for national prohibi prohibition
tion prohibition raa opened in renaacola' yeater yeater-aay.
aay. yeater-aay. whan th flrat !lviaton of th
flying Kqua iron arrtted In tha city
and conducted well attended errl
at the Urat Method. t church.
Dr. Charlea M. Sheldon. mtniaUr.
lturer arKi author f "In ilia Htena"
and other ! which have mad
ha nam household word through
out th V'r.Hed 4?tati. Daniel A.
I'ol'.r.g i re ai Jnt'a aaarlat of the
t"hrf?tian Kndeavor itMivement, D. V.
I'oUng, musif-ai dim-tf-r, and Wm.
Edward fattan, pianiit. wer tfl
roemtera of th Fiytni Fq'.tadroa to
arrive yertterdjy. They wer met
at th derot by a reci'tSn eommit
t-e cornpemed of W. f. Garfield and J.
A. Avar.t and were given an automo automobile
bile automobile rt3 over the rJty jeterday
Tn two other group will arrive 1at
er to cond jet th meet:nsa to b held
at th First Method:! rhurch tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow and Monday,
Th Flying Squadron U maklnir a
tour f th irin-ipal e'.Uea f the
I'n'ted Plates and Pet -nl la th
imh city to be visited. Hhedult
have been met promjlf at alt of th
1'area visited.
The f:mt meeting 3a being held at

tue r irsi .letnoasai r virrn insa ljl:ifjs

iiemotJH. r rom n)w uniu .vmnuay ,
i..rht frvk will be held daily at
tie Methodist church be!nnlnr at
Z -9 in the afternoon itnd at 7 50 at
trtht.
At the mtir,ir Htturday Hon.
A. C IMount presltd and the
lr.- at?"n waa d'iivtred by ftev. J.
II. Frown, of Christ t lurch. Saturday
night Jud T. l. r-f4 rnpni.Jfd and
tiie invo alon w 11 ha delivered ty
!. H. It. rendieton, of the l im
I!t t't ( hurch.
FoHow ng a e the m"rihrra of the
Flying" Hqua-iron aha will conduct
th tyrnrttn
hutini V ana iioiiiay.
lr. Ira landrlth. I'li-sS-itnt Waid-
Kelrr.cnt Coife.
fr, Wilbur V, Fhrl1an. Cieneral
Pecretary Fpworth Ieairu of Metho-
l)r. Ciro!yn 1". Ciaei, liattle Creek,
Mkh., with Hie Battle i-ii iiarlum.
lYedetlck Hut'.er, Uy,rl Inrec-t-W-
'r 'aniet.
Third DayCroup Si . "
Hun. J. ... rn,er gov
ernor of In i ....
lin O'.uer 'A. Stewart f.rmer
mTHker I!'nala le? ialatui.
John B Lia, Httoi, Maea , for-f-r
memr Ma!ichuae! ta leiriaiwture.
Ihihg I'c.rter. planlU
V,i Vera K. Mul'm, loiotat.
Ceeeing f the Flying Sauadean.
The arrival of the ejnaker fr th
aturday meeting on tl f.4S train
yesterday waa marked I ;' the p.eaenc
of a large number of frietida of the
cause. The Hun Jay achat I cf the F.t
fhrltian church went on parade from
the church in t;a.iad-n to the dep.t.
iiil!ing bannetg and patriotic ern ern-tlema.
tlema. ern-tlema. Th arrival of Ir. Sheldon, and
Me, a. 1. A, IJ. V. Ptdlng, and W. U
I'ahorv the planlat, waa ".he aignal for
continued cheerir and tie rtuted rep rep-reacntatlvra
reacntatlvra rep-reacntatlvra of thia movement paaced
by their frlenda lined up n the depot
on thfir way to the auto awaiting
them.
C I T R O L A ); I
CITROLAX!
Heat thing for consumption aour
stomach, Uiy liver and sluggish bow bowel.
el. bowel. Stor a a sick headache almost at
! once. CUve a moat thor-ugh and aat-
Isfactory flushing no tJn, no nau nausea.
sea. nausea. Keeps your ystm cleansed.
i sweet and wholesome. Aik for Citr Citr-1
1 Citr-1 la . I) Alemberte's Pharmacy. (Adv.)
a Great
Special
25c
25c
30c

1. HENDO

N AT

FIRST BAPTIST
SECRETARY OF DEPARTMENT OF
SUNDAY SCHOOLS, B. Y, P. U.
WILL OCCUPY PULPIT THIS
MORNING.
Rev. T. F. llendon who will ajteak
at th Flrat Iiaptiat at eieven Sunday
ha juat been elected to th office of
aetTetary of th department of Sun Sunday
day Sunday school. K. Y .P. 13 and effi lney
man of th Haptiat Stat Convention
of Florida, with headquarterr. in Jack -unvt:ie.
Mr. Hendon haa Juet been through a
met aucceaaful campaign In aiding
th pactora f Jacksonville to reach
and enliat very member. At Milton
h found th peopl reapond ao freely
that H ier cent of the member were
enlisted upon the aubjecta of home
ii u j port and tnisaiona.
lie will begin a campattn with th
Flrat Haptiat church of peneacoi
with th eervle Sunday, epeakir.g
again to the Woman'a Mlaalonary
Fnion Monday aftern6n at fur. at
Church Wednesday. Thuraday and Fri Friday
day Friday nighta, and again rest Sunday.
It meana a revival in m .salon work.
Mr. llendon will apeak at ";80 Sun Sunday
day Sunday (tonight) at i:Jst Utll in the n n-aenc
aenc n-aenc of servlcea at Hrt church
which unites with the "Plying Squad Squadron"
ron" Squadron" meeting.
First Christian.
The pulpit of the Mrnt Christian
Church will be occupied by Krother K.
B. Huldn at tiie 11 o'clock Brrvice to today.
day. today. Mr, Hollen. whose h.m la in
Nova SotiiC and who haa
Ven spend ng the winter in iVnaacoU
and environa, epett to start north
Wedr.ead.iy or Thurxday, nncl eo, thia
wiH b th laat STmn he will pra -h
In Penaacola thia ifinm. He will ,e
glad to ,rret and aay farewell to the
memtera and friends f th c n gresa gresa-tlon
tlon gresa-tlon at the t i .f the morning aer-
lea.
Th deep Interest in the welfare of
tha work of thia hand f ClirimUn
which he l-a manifested, t.Kher
with the ep'en lid, heli ful irra"t;i h
ha preached to them during the pas;
Weka, !,ae won I'rothcr Ho den a
warm f ic In the heart of all the
brethen. Ilia departure will he sin sincerely
cerely sincerely regretted by all.
The prosr.am f-r tl.p day's services
ia aa follow s;
5; ' Sunday achOfd. Mr. Jaa. p.
Perkins, Supt.
11 a. m Preaching t y F. It H'Mn
aubject "Prajer and I'rotreaa."
Voluntary. ,Ke.i.ae" Lend I) Mrs
Chaa. It Mlt--hell.
A i them, Pia.se Ye the Father"
t ( ', ou nod) f'horua C i . i r .
IluriUne solo. -Th.- Lord is my
I aht" (Alltaen) Irn fhaa. R. Mitch Mitch-1L
1L Mitch-1L Thei wiM be a called meeting of
th congregation at the c'r nf th
morning service, whuh every member
is urgently requested to attend. Somt

matters of great interest to alt wlili"T.

I considered at that time.
Wast Hill Mathod.st.
RvJ J. T. IeH4rdcleben ail! fill his
pulpit at the Wet Hill Methodist
church at the 11 o'clock hour. Sub Subject.
ject. Subject. Th liloodv Monster."
There vrl'.l be no service Sunday
nlaht at the Eleventh Ave. and Del-eon
Street church, aa the congregation la
invited to hear the "Hying Squadron"
at the First Method church.
Christ Church.
Third Sunday In Lent.
Holy communion. 7:15 a. m.
Sunday school, 1:30 a. m.
Morning prayer and sermon and
communion, 1 1 a. m.
livening prayer, I p. m.
Service at this churrh djrlng Lent
ar conducted dally at 4 SO p. m.
Saint Kstherine's Church Corner
f Cervantea and C-- - streets.
Rev. A. C. M. Smythe, rector.
Mr. J. W. Dorr, Sunday school eu- j
pertntendent. i
Mrs. 12. C. liaya, organist tmd choir
director for 11 a. m. service. j
Holy Eucharist. 7 a. m. j
Sunday school and liibl class, 9:3d
a. m.
1
Holy communion and sermon,
a. m.
Fvenaong and sermon. 4:30 p. m.
Iteadv-'s communion ervlc in
will be sung at 11 o'clock service.
11
G.
Sermon by th rector.
For th offertory Mlaa LI111 Mae
Gibson will play aa a violin aola, "Mel "Mel-ody
ody "Mel-ody la A." by Henry Parker
K'venor g and sermon, 4:30 p. in.
Gadsden Stee Methodist CHwreh -Vcutheast
corner Ninth vnua r.i
Gadsden ttraet- Rev. J. A. PeUrion,
pastor,
.3D a. m.Sunday school. Wm. Ty Tyler.
ler. Tyler. Supt. Herbert Richards, assist assistant.
ant. assistant. All departments, organized class,
music lewd by one of th claasea with
on heat ra, accompanying. Miss Lula
Thames, pianist.
11 a. m. Regular service, conducted
ty pastor. Rev. Dr. S. C. Iirock will
preach. Dr. Pro k la visiting clergy clergyman
man clergyman from Buffalo, N. Y. AH Invited
to hear him.
f:30 p. m Short sesalori of the
league. All members requested to meet '
and gn In a body to th aervto of th
Fllng Squadron at First Methodist
churcx
No night service. The congregation
Invited to attend the great mass meet- i
tr,g cf the Flying Squadron at Flrat
Methodist church at 7:30 p. m. j
Lutheran Church.
Sunday school. 9 a. m.
English services, 19:30 and 7:30p.m.!
English Ienten service Wednesday. 1
7:30 p. ra.
J. F. W. Reinhardt, pastor, !
DR. S- WEEKS TO
BE HEARD TODAY
Dr. Sylvester Weeks will preach at
t!se Knot Presbyterian church thia
morr.!ng at 11 o'clock, and there wilt
be no preaching tonight. Christian
Endeavor So-iety meets at :4$ p. m.
and Sunday ehHi will be held at the
regular hvur.

D'LUiJA CLUB IS
RAIDED AGAIN

DEPUTY FROM COUNTRY GETS A
PRESSING INVITATION TO GET
INTO THE GAME, WHICH HE
ACCEPTS.
Th pcLun club, which was viaited
by deputy eherlft laat Saturday night,
waa raided again laat night and nin
alleged piaytra wer marched to th
county jail, where thay ae bond for
their appearance ta court.
A country deputy arrived ia the city
yeaterdiy afternoon and received a
r resting invitativn to viait the tla!)
and get Into the game, which he ac-
cepted and arreted the ciowd ahortle
after his arrival.
Some practical Joker put a report i'l
circulation durlnK the nUht that th
police, while formed In rik prepara preparatory
tory preparatory to going on duty, had be n In In-etrutd
etrutd In-etrutd to keep a strict watch fir
gambling house.
Naval Stores Market
r-avannah. Marfh , Th llrits Of
turpentine niarket erene t and
ttrtn toiv et 41 cents, with sales of 9
rai-k. itfIrl wera none and ship shipments
ments shipments 5i arks, b v!rg stotka of 33. 33.-;i.",.
;i.",. 33.-;i.",. i akn
The ronin market epeoad and 1 1 !
arm with sale of harr!e R.cMrts
wera 11 barrals and sM; o ents of 2 !
Iiarrria, leaving stw Va cf 1K.3T b.irrl.

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Pensacola Cotton Market
The 'fo'inwtfia report t" f)rnlh1 dal'v
f r The l'ei,aHli Joumei hy Harris,
K i'of & Co. Cotton Me rchants, I'enna
iiHv li.l.ii'i'S , 'j
Mllrl tllil4i!llg '
Ml-t.lltng 4 V
trt'-t low middling "4
I-ow it .-t t:t:g ,
Cottcn.
New Yoik. Marfh, t Cotton opened
t-tv toiav. lJ-er.Ki rroet thn
..t ' i.deil to etr:'Uy s lotal sd-van-
e, widi th (5rwr .of y-a-terttav'
p-arats, large spinner takings
f r ti e weed ant tha nunue.t ahaerx-e
of duv Important hi aell.e.a, aio
-inott cttre.l Va: street and
vtVM-m t uvii g Pirn t ti s wer I ta
3 ! 'r.. hither, ami if;,r i,.m- It, ...
inr rruUrltv. .tn, n-ontha i. ab..ut i
lo I po; ! ts a ove l;,t tiisht'a chng
! r:r-. It la report-d tht within th th-tt
tt th-tt t weeks :i (pwi ha'ea ef e,ttf!n had
teePl h!jped ttvm Keatt.s to Madlvosok.
t'ott n tied firm
Cle
n
Ji J!
!,:.
March to. I
'iv ....I m ;
ii'r n7 s !
IS 2(1
i pii!f ;j j j.)

Why I Wish To Tell
Your Fortune FREE

A I own lady in Amertoa O'u
wrte aekirg me to reveal her
firuna by 4treos. Among other
oueatlons. st afUt rne to tel ti
color of her ev snd what color her
barn waa painte,.
I mentioned this to show the mis mis-tahsn
tahsn mis-tahsn Ideas wt i. h many pot l ho.d
rrKarding Astrology.
It was to show wha my svntem of
Antrooae really nieana, and to prove
my tNiaer to aid and ai st hurran hurran-Itv
Itv hurran-Itv that I beaxn, many yers apo, the
een ung or rial iorcrt,p to all
persons interested nougt, m ,.,(,
"""" aena me ten cents
St Dips,
iNfar Kewder. I wish aiao the privilege
convincing you c- tnv
at'ility to look ir,'
oir future, to gut.Je
jour steps In the
right path, to leal
)uii (as 1 have led
many, many others l
to suees In bueineaa
lv, tn the attain attainment
ment attainment of any praise praiseworthy
worthy praiseworthy uhject.
lafe Is ! hick,
as msnv hsve
, $fn tKuHeve. Ttoe
who crowd to the
front, are thoaa who
nr.tien.tand themee-lves
and their poM-llltlea
thoroughly. No gueaa
work, no waiting t
see what may turn
up
When a prominent
New York f.nam'lr
ha been known to
(Uily conauli an A A-trt!erer
trt!erer A-trt!erer before en en-terirg
terirg en-terirg ipm specula speculation,
tion, speculation, ta tt not high
time for you to Wrn
youf fortunate peri peri-ft.ld.'vii
ft.ld.'vii peri-ft.ld.'vii foe you to
Ut.i Into ti ia a. tenro
end aea what fat
has In store for you 7
lid you ever hr
f a divorce whera
two people were r-r-rtut
in harmony with
tleir A!Or,;og1eal tn-oV-tations?
I rt4 pw ever stop
to 1. .Ina that so'vt
of your rtvaia. who
are perhapa eotatiip eotatiip-ptng
ptng eotatiip-ptng ytttj in the rrc
f r ne e'. . tov or
fame sre pushing
bfward in ta e'etr
I eht of Air-.'oir!.--4l
ar.owt.-fS. wl'ilie ei
are gr'.!. g t li c' y tn
the dark?
Why rit turn to me
for a-tvla ant ba
j ouraelf th eueceas-f-l
leader!
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I am perfectly satisfied 1th
jour beflina It seems strands
that ou stiol.l refer t rr.y
sufTerliig from throat trouble. I
I av J iet ha I a bad attaek and
naaa.ly have tt two or Hires
time, .per year. I aha!! cer certainly
tainly certainly recommend to my
friends.
Prof. A. r. lHon, M A. R.
Fc . Ix.t; I . iNirin.aton. KiigUn 1
It is wonderful hrw oj have
toll mm many things tn my
I f that are very true I thti.a
you bava a great power. Alt
.joa have tola me is true sa
Goepet.
Aer ie Wla ii. Cr1r Ranids, la.
Ail the items tn rry Heading
ar aa ea-1 as tiiev t o i!.
ih y i. 1 am perfeet.y satls satls-r
r satls-r t
fwra Schl'-e-U. port Arthur,
TeSS
It Is wonderful how yoi can
know so nvirh shout a Pron
rs nany t"'.vnnd irtles away.
I'me w ouM think yoo e-a prm prm-d
d prm-d of oTt sapemataral
po er.
James Ward, CheHten, Va.

See ene today your ful' name, jgsts f birth, sea- sag If mir mir-red
red mir-red ar sinoie, ann 10 eets I stsmps ye wn eountry foe
return etaas, clerical work, etc.. and tMa Hoeesceas wilt be
mailed to you st ece frst. eostsgs t grsncs Is 0 ceats, D
act nceso S-lvsr In your Isttae.

Clay Burton Vance, Suits 565 -

EA1EIAR OLD
VESSEL IS HERE

STEAMER LOUIS OOLIVE, WHICH
IS A WELL. KNOWN CRAFT, IS
IN PORT AND WILL ENGAGE IN
BUSINESS HERE.
After an absence of om year, th
aide-wheel steamer Lou la Doliv re
turned here Friday night and ytter
day was moored at the foot of Fala-
ot wharf, where a number ef pa i
boardM the familiar craft and wwU
over her several deck. It la po ,!!
that a good patrorjas: will te accorded
tlit eteamer, aa She pwrtws of her
return here atthta time la to engage
in th eicurwlon bueinea.
The atfamer haa quite n history. In
M, iht. f,m(taj j(t ef American ves-
aela publication shows, thia vessel was
built at Wilmington, Del. She ta lJ
feet long. S feet beam and 1 2 feet
In depth. When first built, th old
steamer bor th nam of Delaware,
titer waa taken over by th I'nltgl
States, and waa th U. S. 8. Delaware,
loiter th steamer waa In the revenue
cutter service, known as th Louie Me
Iitie.
A aide -wheeler, th Dvltv attracts
muh attention by th great "walking
beam" which loftily works above th
I rmenad deck, and gives th vef&l
quite an appearance, especially when
travelling at any great speed.
The lx-uis lo!lve, th horn port of
which Is New Orleans, ha been there
for four yesrs, later returning to Mo Mobile,
bile, Mobile, where a short period waa spent,
and last week coming to Penaacola.
where local lay parties will he ca ca-ured
ured ca-ured to. and tripa to th gulf mad
probable.
BOY BADLY HURT
ON PALAFOX ST.
Clyde Coons, on of J. W. Coon,
waa run over and badly Injured rt
PeUfox street, early laat night. Th
boy was on a bicycle and waa struck
t y the hoofs of a hors drawing a
delivery wagon.
Grain and Provision.
fl -..if.., March s.Wleat advanced
eharplv to lav Influenced by ftrmnesa at
t ivet'pl and reports of a continuance
cf urgent i uti demand en this sl'ta.
After opening m to tc hlaher, tha
market soreit a m'vierete further gain
and then steadied at a reaction of about
1 cent.
Livr'.v bnving by commission houses
card el coru uj is'te. Ti e opening, the
a last i.itfht to e higher, was
foVowetl by a ilet Pied Setiei al dnm .
Oat eat,srd b'gher with other cerlals
ttrenth In th hog market helped
t'i arain and provisions: Wheat-
No. S, red 1 4;etl.44; No. t hard
$1 43w, i.v
I'nrn-O. 2 'ow 7S.
RveNo t It It. H
I Eur lev- Tfl t .7.
II . Timothy seed ll.t-O J M-l''. Clover
! l.ti"! 114 . .
It.)v-' poik f 17 2. lard fl.l; tin
1 tiave .h-awer filled with letters
Ironj gratefe.1 p,trns. lettrra which I
hold es re.tly eonfl lentiaL letterg
telling me of financial advancement,
of succea In love and enserlsges al
mny sad iettera regretting that any
t vice had net been aeked year ago.
Pieaed patrcma have seat friends
ta me, hv asked my advice for thtir
children and children's children.
My success has brought Imitator
some ba tried to copy any work,
many of thetu lav copisd my
books auj circulars, Uemsn.ber.
I wa a the ftrvt to send
freo IJeroeeopes for
th asking 1 alone
guarantee th correct correctness
ness correctness of my forecasts.
My system of Astro Astrology
logy Astrology will anewer 'Je 'Je-tions
tions 'Je-tions of vital interest
to every human be being;
ing; being; will rain your
fortunate days and
ears. will tell you of
the l:ke!1hooo of lega legacies,
cies, legacies, will show you
who to marry This
trial reading whivh I
offer yoa free will
myetify you by lis
correctne.
My system of As Astrology
trology Astrology ta di.Tareat
f.-wn that of any As Astrologer
trologer Astrologer living or dead
To th AttrolngT of
biNical day a 1 have
a JJed tha results of
my own sturfe and oh oh-servation.
servation. oh-servation. until 1 am
ahie to foretell events
whh h absolutely rorrj
to p as.
Patnt.a write me
after the lap of
years, announcing
the fullflliment of
every preii-tJoa.
You w'.'.t be c c-vinted
vinted c-vinted by what I tell
you. be my wonderful
powers lo read your
fort una like an open
bofik. that you wilt
writ me when In
ctoiiht or in trouble;
whet, )(hi want arivtce
bout speculation,
h ti a I n eaa. marriage,
travel er t . f jt'ire.
You will a'.ao be gti,1
to rfr four frte?B
to me. and tn that
way repay me foe the
rot cf th frs Hero.
e-nc wr it h I w ljj
sen t eo
WRITK MK Tr)nY
LE.T YOU FOFb-JET.
H, Palais Royal, Parii, France

STAMP THIEVES
CONFESS: FOUR
IRE ARRESTS

NEGROES WHO ENTERED AND
ROBBED CONZALIZ P08TOF P08TOF-FICE,
FICE, P08TOF-FICE, OWN UP TO SERIOUS OF
FENSE, AND ARE HELD. NO
BONO.
Arthur flee and Charles Mines,
colored, arrested cn suspicion by Mo Motorcycle
torcycle Motorcycle Officer Anderson, yesterday
acknowledged that they wer th ene
who had forced an entrance to the
postolTicw at Gonsatea, which wag in
the store of Mr. Wilder, and had sts
postage stamps t the value of 9140, In
addition to helping themselves to a
number of other articles which ap appeared
peared appeared to hav aulted their respective
fancies.
Mr. Wilder aent a list of the.artlcle
which Is missed from his store to
Chief ot Polle Sanders yesterday at
th request of the Utter. This list tn
cludea th stamp aa above Indicated.
and th following articles;
Ten pair f overalls, ten pairs of
suspenders, besides a lot of mlscel.
Isneoua articles.
Directly after th confession of the
twu negroes, and Just as soon
deputy from th United States msr msr-shal'a
shal'a msr-shal'a offlc was available. Chief of
Police Sanders, Motorcycle Officer An
derson and lepjty John Griffith, from
th United States marehal'a office went
out to look up and arrest a number of
Greeka whom th negroes ar said to
hava acid the stolen stamps to. At
4:J0 o'clock four Greeka wer at tlw
county jail, all charged with a viola violation
tion violation of penal statute 194 of the federal
revised statutes, or of section H74. of
th postal laws and regulations. Those
arrested were;
Angela Dimltry. doing husmea at
th corner of Tenth avenue and Chaae
streets, who Is alleged to have bought
II worth of stamps for 14. Z9.
II. M. liaapip, doing business at the
corner of Coyl and Chaa streets.
who ta alleged to hav bought f I
worth of stamps for 13.10, and a cheap
collar button.
I-oui Vaaso, doing bualnes at the
corner of Palafox and Wright streets,
who l.i alleged to hav bought fa worth
of stampa -for S3.
Jim Yareso. doing business at tha
corner of Lev alios and Gregory
streets, who 1 alleged to hav bought
IS w or til of atampa for 12.71.
All of th Greeka had no trouble sn
making bond, and, taken befor United (
Mate commissioner J. J. Sullivan,
wer released in th sum of :C0 cekh
for their appearand at t o'clock be befor
for befor th earn ofTVcer en Monday after
noon.
Th negro ar held without bond.
It was stated t.t had they have of
fered U mak any such niov for th r
release, that they would hav been
required to furnish security In th gtiro
of I.OOo each.
T Rvsr Stampa.
Th negro confessed yesterday
that they had thrown "th big. long
stamps" out of the train window into a
marsh or low place, between this city
and Gonxale. This Information waa
given Postmaster Hancock yesterday
and h aent th atun to postmaster
Wilder, with a request that h go over
th ground and see If he could find
th mlaaing postage slam pa. No re re-port
port re-port cam from him laat night.
Th negroes stated that th stamps
they threw away were "big ones.'
which war meant to desert the par parcel
cel parcel post and som 10-cent stamp,
missing from the Gonsajes otTlc.
Serious punishment la optional with
th Judge ef th United State cotirt
In raa of conviction for either th
robbery of a poalofflce or th con
cewlment of any property stolen from
such a place. A fine as high as $000
Is possibS for each offense.
JURY TREATED
TO TRIP OH W
DOZEN MEN WHO ARE TRYING
THE BANK CASES IN FEDERAL
COURT, ENJOYED EXCURSION
SATURDAY AFTERNOON.
After having been provided with
dinner yesterday, the Jury In the cases
of the three defendants, now on trial.
In the United State court, to while'
away th afternoon hours, wer given !
a trip on th bay, the cutter Penrose
having been used for the purpose. t
The trip was started shortly after 2
o'clock, and at S o'clock th boat waa
sighted cornlrg to the city ota th re return
turn return trip.
United States Marshal Terklna and !
a deputy went along with them. whl i
Judge It M, Call and Mr. Hill, the:
Birmingham stenographer, who ts tak:
ing the record of the case for Mr. FUts, '
wer also on the boat, enjoying ttM
outing ery much. It waa stated un unofficially
officially unofficially that every Juryman enjoyed
th trip with perhaps an exception In
the res of th colored Juryman. Shep- I
pard, who, nailing from the country
districts where ther la nothing llko
deep water, did not feel saf until he
waa again bark on terra flrma.
Returning to th city th men were
again taken to the government buf: 1 1-tog,
tog, 1-tog, wher they were kept during Iho
greater part of the afternoon, a room
having been especially .. aid4 f r 1
th doxen n.en who have th Important
cae on their hand, to amuse them themselves
selves themselves a best opportunity afforded.
Later they were piloted to the hotel
for supper and for the night, Varioa
meana of vmnning them are on tfl
calendar f r today.

AT ONGE! STOPS

MACH iSERY
Ai INDIGESTION
PARE S DIAPEPSIN MAKES SIC
SOUR. GASSY STOMACHS FEEL
FINE.
Do some food yoo t hit back
laat good, but work i!y; ferm:t
into stubborn lumpa ant caps a sick
sotir gassy stomach 7 Now. Mr. r
Mrs. Dyspeptic, Jot this down: PapeV
IHapepsirt digests fveyth!ng leavlni:
nothing to aour and upset you. There
never w.t anything su iafely quick. a
certainly effect a, No dtffersnc how
badly your stomach ts disordered yos
.will get happy relief In flv mlnutr
but what pleusca you most Is that ii
etrengthene and reguUlea your stom stomach
ach stomach so you can eat your fgvorlt food
without fear.
Moat medicine giv jou relict some sometimes
times sometimes they ar skew, but net aurc
"Pape'g Dlaiepeln" la quick, positive
aiid puts Jour stomach in a health
condition so th misery won't eotn-
back.
J You feel different noon as "Pane"!'
JDlapepain" tomta in contact lth tin
stomach -diti e Juat vanishes onr
stomach gets sweet, no ruses, no belch
Ing, no eructation of undigested fod
your head t'ears and you feel fin.
Go now, make th hist Investment
yott ever made, y getting a large fift) .
cent case of Pepe'g Diape pain from an
! drug stor. You rll In five rnln rnln-utea
utea rnln-utea how needless It is to auffer fron fron-'indigestion,
'indigestion, fron-'indigestion, dMejU or any stomach
disorder. CAdv
T
D. COGORENES
"CATERER TO APPETITES."
The Central Lunching
Place in Pcimcola.
Oss'sr In
Cigars, Fruits, Candies
Oysters, Imported
Olive Oils and
Specialties. '
Dclicateaiscn
Department
Serving
Sandwiches. Cold Sliced
Meats, Fine Cheese
and
Individual
Oyster
Loaves
10c Each
Csrner Pslsfea sng elnsncla.
Phn 44)1.
IF Wt PLIASK YOU TELL
YOUR FRIENDt OTHIRWitC
TILL Ua!
-9
J
Consider
Economy
Now
Here's how you can
save money and a lot
of it.
Have your old shoes
made new by our expert
workmen using only
highest grade materials
When we finish with
your shoe they will
last you nearly as long
as a new pair and you
will have saved tht
price thereof.
10
jaaa
19 West Remans.
EVERLASTING
Fabrics Compzmy
10 taut fUtafax,

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BUYING
SELLING
THE
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REASON
For These Special Bargains

M UTSLATE D
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1500 yards Genuine

Indian Head" Cloth

Very Special, J2c yard
Used for tMz covers, dresser
scarfs, ladies' skirts, children's
dresses, boys' suits, midiy
blouses, aprons, pillow cases.

1800 yards Genuine.
Lonsdale Twills
36 inches wide, lengths I to
9 yards, unusual value
at 9 cents yard
Ideal fabric for ladies' skirts,
middy bbuses, boys' suits, etc

0 Solid Mahogany
SS 41 4

Candlesticks
The vogue for
mahogany candle candlesticks
sticks candlesticks is being re revived
vived revived are now
the "correct idea"

in home furnishings, SOc

3600 yards 36-inch "Home
Beautiful"
Printed Drapery Fabric
Special value 7c yard
Printed in a variety of good
color combinations, cream
and white backgrounds

1 000 yards 72-inch Highly
Mercerized
Table Damask
Very Special, 48 cents.
"Made of pure white, carefully
selected long staple cotton, both
warp and filling, assuring longest
weave, and most lustrous and last lasting
ing lasting appearance.

Above items will be placed on sale Monday morning and
continue until sold.

will

While the quantities are fairly large, it is certain they won't last but a few days.

EVERL AS

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105 South Palafox Street.

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American National Bank
PENSACOLA. F LOR! DA..
Member Bank, Federal Reserve System
0eaaitery St Unit State (Stagutar Aeeount, Poatal Saving Syattm,
ititi of Florida, City of re.ceia.
CAPITAL, $300,000.00
JAMES O. PACC. "ri8t.
MORRIS aA, Vice-Prefect.
J. W, ANOnewS. CMr,

20 5. PALAFOX ST.
.... mH CLOTHES.

CLOSING OUT SALE !
Everything C!g Including yltur
-l Coat L
Toe Book & Crockery Store
73 SutH Paiafoa Strict.

Ladies, when you are look looking
ing looking around for your Spring
Dress or Suit, we have it.
Newest colors and fabrics,
$7.50 to $15. Galin's, 2G S.
Palafox.

R

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S DELIVERED

"THE HOME- WAS SUBJECT OF
REV. FATHER DEVERV AT ST.
MICHAEL'S CHURCH LAST
NIGHT.

PENSACOLA IS
GIVEN A BOOST

TRAVELERS RAILWAY GUIDE, PUB
LtSHED IN NEW YORK, CON
TAIN ARTICLE ABOUT THE
CITY.

Delve Into Affairs of the
Florida, Alabama and Gulf
fCont'nued From !':. g Or )

h h il hi opinion, w hich he w ia not
permitted to voice ! fore the Jury.
HERMAN L. DRUGMAELLER,
Connected 1th th Fitat National
Hank of Chicago a auditor f r Zi
year, waa iwurn. 11 wi eiamin. I
by Mr. Fltts, vn cm.r of proce-Jur

hi (rawing rf foreign cxihanM-, but "f r"iJ i!

caehicr n the bank t Faloo for twflv
month, an 1 frum a previous Inventory
a it in-Mi mii 1 he hUI tho total valua valuation
tion valuation of entire proi ertlea wan almut
S -.'"' lie could not a i 'w helin r or
nt thu Inventory lniul-J tha riKht-
f-w,iy itiun.
')n n sn-nnmlrt.iliMM h aiJ In
mjtkir.K tfc valuation hf Jul not tak
iiit rwnfiilrrKtton th tri)iiig capacity
f the raiiral rt ii!j!.riy. II tM4 h
wo rot familiar eunuch ilh took
to Kfate tls aver!it' monthly rttrntiK

WliniM (taitl th

Th Tra elf-n TlaUway Cltiid.
IUhl in New York, contains tha fol-lom-lnc
aNiut I'cntacola:
PcnaaMlA. FTa. ptrii many at attraction
traction attraction aritl tdvuttii an a r!a of
r-rt In Winter, not th Wt of
whlrh la tha Fan Carlos Hotel, a
rnndrin atructura, hanOsomey twiuip twiuip-fl
fl twiuip-fl and capuMy conducts by ths
Hervey Hotel fomiwnv. w;tr Mr.
(tefirge H. llr-ey a manaarnt direc direc-tir
tir direc-tir Inacola bu tn-n talUl tha

very question waa reUteJ iy d d-fnie
fnie d-fnie alon thla rn. Witiica a.'IJ
lh.it In 191J the Chlosso bank with
ha waa connect! waa Iful'iccl
hy tha r1rt National Hank of In In-rola
rola In-rola to purchase cerUin hill rf -thanirw
on Crow-Rudolf Company t
Liverpool, and the hat.k't letter rr-
.o..k. rontalnlns; cnnlea of u eorre eorre-por.,lrr.
por.,lrr. eorre-por.,lrr. on mu h tranmicttona w ith
oiynatureM. li f rodurrd Tli! bw.k
a vl.iin.!M by Imtivt I ml cot ;i
of the letter r-v copies, antl tii fat fat-trr
trr fat-trr were ma.lo uo of In tha proreed proreed-Ir.jr
Ir.jr proreed-Ir.jr The fWrr hje ted to the ror ror-rni
rni ror-rni "i' e ma a w hoi, holdiru out

the tl.i'.m tht the aulii..- miii.r u. i

"Derp Water City of tha g-ulf." and It tlH1 r,m.,, frm thm unt. ftful tHt Jt u
ponm a hartMir, the mperU-r ofwa, irrrlevur.t and immaterial

TERSELY TOLD.

$5.00 REWARD-,
rMrtf fee avidenta "fktant ta canvict
ey aarx found tHna utcrlor'
pir aftae eory of aarna Sif earr.

Army oPIie-s w t'.I ha In lnacola
M.ifi Uy fur tha rrpoa of making: an
Snsrettlon of tha military Cotrsrar.y In
t his ut. It la ne. r.ry that the
Mtpny nk a good ahowtrif at this
itu-pection, or e!?e It will ha ntu(erJ
oat of tha aervlee.
Th l.irt a nvimher i f fner,! t f fr.
'A'. O. Porer, who haa been ertouly
ill for th paat at WN-k, wl-l he

.lenef t learn that ha la rw rap) J

!y Impruvips.
N'ew in r s .! in t! a cttr e e-terday
terday e-terday ofth 5.-th of Carl Ho. k, ron
i f Mm. J a l;,rk of Alkrn. H, C. Th
ung rtn died In 8t. Joseph's In In-f
f In-f rnu.ry at Atlanta. Mr. 1'mk i -4
lister of Mr. I il MrAH'ct'-r.

TOBACCO HABIT
EASILY CONQUERED
A w'il- known Kr Yorker -f IJ e
tMrinc. t written a book tettsng how
thm t.-.tM o or nsjf t at it n. av be ef-i'y
n1 to-..!t. r mJ In tare U a
delightful henH,
Tha hea th rnprea w osvlerf -i'Jv after
ha n;cc!tii p'in ( om of the tetn.
i ?.Umnr, t'lkrimi f .-;,. , iir ejr. nor normal
mal normal at-petlt. .vt utceatin. man!y
". atroi c men.ry ar.4 a JnTnl r un
tit eWtih y ate a'i or tn nmnv benefit a
I'porlot K more of that rrv.a f rr.
l',K. n. more ne,i f f i:. c'.gar. rUaretta
tr tobi- .j to t-.--i. v i mort.ld
i-mre. The (. .:f -f. I". iftr-l J V. o..lt.
I hi'h eetsue, ; hi, Stw ork City,
itt wmuI loa Lovax frta a raueau
tAUli

"The Home waa tha theme of Fa Father
ther Father IVverja aerinon st Jst. Michael's
church hit n!ht. It wia s powerful
appeal for tha aaacttty of tha Chria Chria-tian
tian Chria-tian hnrna.
"The Horn.', he all "Is of Cola
making. , It 1 ona of tha oldest and
mont venenikha tt a: I tla Inetltutlona
found amons men. Otr lrd who
oama not tj deatroy, hut to tnike
perfect the Ufa of man rva to tha
hfa of man rv to tha -a-'-.d tha i
ampla of Ilia own wit homa st
Naaamh. Hit axsruf ! rhukea Ci
filaa theory that tha homa but a
I'atn phana In tha 1 vf lopm nt of
tha rste. Tl a foundation of tha home
la the chat i't riatlan ln that f'.lia
tha hurt or huand rn.nl wife. With Without
out Without thi there ran t no home. Any
man with money ran fcu;id a house
uid d-c rat it and fill It with furni furniture,
ture, furniture, but writhout pura aupermttural
love h wl'l b without a r,oue. Hit
will la but a tor housa f ir
h:a furtilt ira and Ma art.
"Tl.f Iwtna i rreate 1 ty rnrrlaga
which may be conMdertd aa an act or
a etate. Aa an a. t !.a contrsirt. aa a
efaia it la pnnanent runilUumi of
union, tho betnx un le, aa man and
wife, with all tho riirhla and dutiea
w Sili h flow from this o n.
"The chief reioT.t of mtrrlsira is to
inke the two parties one, an1 t. le le-Mow
Mow le-Mow up.n tie itrae of tlol which
prepare theni to f KfiU tha dutiea of
the'r v.. .-at ton. Marriagro !. for the
horue. the h ne i f r Sod. The
l.nd of r vri i Uxtiisy f..r t ho
Iotd b,aa km id t ..it ia!i hil not put
r, U r w h.,t i..ii!i j-,;n-il tooth toother
er toother Servi- tod.iy wiU 5.e follows:
5.Ua at 7, ml M
lecture on "Th I -vin ty of Cbntt",
7:S p. m.
A ivniml lnjt;tjn (, exten-Jvd to
all.

which d e not ftIM anywhera In tha

: United State. Other attractiona ara
the lnutlf.l! tutvil t..iv..'.!ii ami OurU.

whhh aurround the city, a mild and
invigorating climate; aplendid tvrt
for the huntaman, lncl'!injf partrilK.
duck, turkey, deer and squirrel hnot hnot-Irr:
Irr: hnot-Irr: aalt an! freh water bathing,
lojittnjr and fl.hiri; many mtiea of
paved atrcela and unlirnltM hard-ur-fated
country ro,id for motor. ns; plf
!ink at the Country Club, where visi visi-tora
tora visi-tora ara welcome; t'mtei Ftstes navy
yard. Navy Aeronautical School, where
dally flight are made in tha moat

Improved m hinea; l'n.te-1 y tatea
j army pot, In addition to the Motoric

Spiniah fort, &lway eo interetSti to
visitors, etc.
Tha H.n Carlo" la one of the mot
suhatantially n!-trurted and beauti beautiful
ful beautiful hotels In the South.

. ..J. 1 HH

Mother's Frkn;

l-ttt explained that the torrejtponl

enca w aia lntr Jm ed to ahow the bo-
ginninif of a misappropriation, a lin
of procedure which Witness Forhea
.iid w a procedur- which had ter.l ter.l-ed
ed ter.l-ed to wreck many a back. Wittiest
wn eicused for th time beinc to
permit him to obtain from th :iot I
other ccpiea of lettera more material
to th 1!J.
THOS. A. JOHNSON.
llereiver Tin. A. Johnson of the
Florida. Al-inm & Onlf Itallwsy. un un-i
i un-i r appointment of tha Fn'.ted i-'tjte
court for the Northern irstrl t of
ll'.rldi, ra called, and tie produced
a conditional b:U of aa!e covering a
!cr,niotive find roath. and an inen inen-bry
bry inen-bry of the property wu a shfwn
at rejuet of sovernment. lioth wer
et teted Jim evMence. Valuation, tnken
from hooka of h rnl!rad company.
,'itti-ti aaid, prftvii!-J mn ibw.tn,e
t--r ifpreo!,tt)on. Wliiif-MM pP- ed n
lUdp of the rnilrotid, c-'onr-ti.c y
of 4-ountry throiish whk h the ii,ie -, .
t'"tnl'd. w bH h waa eagerly nnmiilM
V.tneH fitttd I- th;n three msle ,f
ril wet actuniiy owned by the cut?l cut?l-ttJH,
ttJH, cut?l-ttJH, the b:i,.ce of the SO mil

ha U n l'.ied from the L. N.
railriMd coi?ptnv. and lertna contritt
were produi fd upon reo.uet. .tid on -trnet.
w tr: ji r.i.d, beimr hiwn bv
thf bo 1.x i f the raiiroioi cornp-iriy in
po :i of the receiver.
The et.K k I"".' W!ta prodsiif-d Jitid ,

Frpertenea la or ahould ba our bt ctft tvd in evidence. ,a well 1 rac. !

teacher. Women who ha a obeyed tha ti'ny u rnora r in; railway mi

road owned mi lumber car, liking the

L, & N. cai to haul lumber, naval
torea, etc., over the line.
OFFERS NEW DOCUMENTS.
The ft vernrnetd o.TVred in ct lenca
the acreement between the Crow-Ru-d.,lf
I'ompany and the Keyaer-M uldon
Comfany, n which the drufta a
haree.i ii the Indictment were dr.iwn.
Thete .a no objeition offered to thil
document. It was ihited May . S.
Mr. Ileal! frnd the rvthr lerv:thy ex ex-htbit
htbit ex-htbit to the j;ry. The government
eoiight to Introiliu e Another a greenient.

but tli co at held that it did not hiA"
any ben an ,u the i hw.
COURT TAKES RECESS.
I'p"ti the dKimnt aboxe ntltivlel
to having been p!ued In eldence, the
government colled C, V. Hagefmin
It wh announced that tlie esaniiTi esaniiTi-tion
tion esaniiTi-tion of thia wit nea would require
About one hour aod thirty minulea by
the givertit!:e!il. and it Waa derided
not to I gin with the w It ne and
Judan Call ionouri;ed that th court
fvon'd be adjourtied until Mondav

morn-nj at :30 o'co, k when the wit wit-ne.
ne. wit-ne. Mr Ihig-rman, will be liesit.
Ml. I!a-einiin to-d the null at Vis,
I'll., ami on a number of ocaaiont
his name h.i l en mentioned, both by
w Uneven ml In the course of th
vt h't of corre;w.ndence which ha
Ititi rend into the reorJ,
T'-.- canie e'i imI lntra tioiu wero
gHen the jurmen, that they remain
in a Wiy; that thy not li.-lf tho
tl;em-elvea ror allow ny pef n
to attempt it dtruKon in their prea prea-enc.
enc. prea-enc. and 1 1 toiitt aurvd the iluicp
men ti lt thr.r fmfiit would bo hx.k.
id l!''f fir s Jo..si le l.y t,e
marah-il, (""ill i wam then adjourn d
until tomorrow morning at toe ur

PKUHMAKERS ID

IEEI MONDAY

AN IMPORTANT MEETING HAS
BEEN CALLED FOR TOMORROW
NIGHT AT S OC LOCK.

An important meeting of th lhun
makers i scheduled for tomorrow

right at I o'clock, and a requeet 1
made that all rnrmbcrs. isfcUHy tha
citizena who recently auhfcrihed their
nat.iea to memberahlp, b on hand for
thia occasion.
Many important matters are tn b
IjHCUHned. one In particular which
torioern next (eHeon'a Carnival. Ra Ra-port
port Ra-port of eienditur'a and matters
tertalninjf to tha paat aeaaon 'a Carni Carni-nl
nl Carni-nl will alii le diacuaaed. Citlxena of
Fenaacola ehould feel an etrem in in-tereat
tereat in-tereat In thtsi young organisation that
might ! nab! t have borna the hon honor
or honor of thin lo'.VKoii'a auc eHfful carnival
w ith b-ud claim. Tha i'hunmakcrs
aro therefore repeating thoaa cltlsena
who are mnnVri and w h hava re recently
cently recently tecome membera to b on hand
tomorrow night st th Court Houaa,

Liquor an Tobaeca Addletlaa Csrsd
Wlthi Tan Oaya ty Oar Nsw
Patnlta MathsS.

Only taaltaHum In M WaHS Ohrtnf
Uncenaitlanal Guarantaa,

Our guarantea mean aomathlng. Kal
ona dollar need ha paid until aatia factory
cure haa teen ettected W eontrnl coov coov-pietalv
pietalv coov-pietalv tha waual withdrawal sympluma.
No aftretne ner-nuanewa. aching llmha,
or loaa of aleep. Patient unabla t vtalt
n'.tarbim ran ha treatad prtvstaty at
home Heferwncea; t'nloa Bank 4k Trwt
t'o . The American National Bank, sr any
Other Clltaen of Ibanon
Writa for P'raa ltooklet'Na. II. Address
CUMBERLAND SANITARIUM,
F. J. Sandais, Mgr. Lsbsnan, Tann.

THIS AND FIVE CENTS!
hONT MJHH THIS. Cut out thia
tdlp. encloae flva -enta to Foley its
Co.. Cb'cafco, 111., writing your nams
and addreea clearly. You will reoeiva
In return a trial package containing
Foley's Honey and Tar C mpound. for
cough. coIJa and croup, Foley Kid Kidney
ney Kidney PI I la, and Foley Cathartic Tableta.
Ii'.Memherte'a Pharmacy. (Adv.)

Paint Without Oil

Pariai Ditcevery That Cutt Oown
tha Coat uf Paint Kevtnty-Slva
Par Cent.

MARY TEACHERS

fctgheat and nooieet f ail aaerincea. th
trugela fur the lbs of othera, ahouid

hava a better idea of helpful tnfiuenca
than thoaa who theorUa from clwerraUea.
At any rata when a proapectlva grt l l-mother
mother l-mother vrgea her daughter to do a aha
did 1( we M.ther a Friend," thera la
raa to be!'e ir the r'e:t ait1re.
'Mother trien.l" i n t-rtial
y'lcation f.-r eir-fi"t mother. Ita ptir ptir-ro!
ro! ptir-ro! la to fumwh i-'hify to tha mi !,
ta tk sway the at i en tv crda and
1 merit, to relieve tha ten.U.n of nej-rea
a;.d tendon ao apt to p'ov-ke or a a-favatc
favatc a-favatc rsauaea, raornt-.g u-.:.. twiUh twiUh-tr.jfj
tr.jfj twiUh-tr.jfj of t!" hxta ai.d ao cn
Although, ia th ratu-a of th'era, a
woman would "1 rf.her'a Friend"' but

but rarely, et o efTertiva ha U bee-

ptiy.
No iueti..na w . re uked thm wit wit-BCf
BCf wit-BCf t y tho d fenae. b jl the uaual ob.
Jk!'"!" were interpowed regarding the
introduction of record by Judge "ar "ar-ter
ter "ar-ter A. H. LEONARD CALLED.
!-ri.--e teetlfii it th I..- focided
at Fitt' o. ,lo. . and w ri .. e 1 in
IT nf!W mwttager of the F-. A.
A 'I. r;lw iy. He f.iUl the phjucjl
I roperiv ,,f the road nm,tol of l i:
;3 1-; in ir.t of the road, ail the rili

AT INSTITUTE

LARGE NUMBER GATHERED AT
D'FUNIAK FOR THE EXCELLENT
PROGRAM PREPARED FOR THIS
OCCASION.

Writ to Mr. A l. ltlce. Manufarturae

ST Norttt :t . A.tam-. N. Y.. ard ha WH1
r 1 o fr tt :.d t . k.ge. aloo eo.or
ard and fi'l irfortatU.n fomir

if whnh. however, wete not o a tied low V"i ! i . a gtl many dotZara.
by the road. Ilol'.ing k of th road VVr1' r
tad I o n pun ba d, lie r:.l, from an

A ree Trial Pacaag I Miid ts Cvery Cvery-en
en Cvery-en we Write.
A. !. !:! . a proo.it .-t t manufacturer
of A'ianio. V. , !.. overed a pro-
i e- of t!ii:.r : new kind cf imt
'' .. t e i,e of oil.. He eal! tt
PowdiplM It eoniea in the form of a
Orv pow i. r and all l'at ta re-iuired la
oJI Ht-r to rtnk- tw.lct f i.. r prtwt,
firm pried and a dijrabla aa Hi nir,t. It
.4.1hre to irv aurti.ee. aior.e e

i n k. trr ! nr. 1 j.x.ka ,ii paint pared for thlg imiMjrtant ottaaUn al!

ar.o r a '-n. cne rt i aa murh

Many public school tcadier frm
Pet.sic.iU and OeanihU county At Attended
tended Attended the teacher' lntituta at I I-Funiak,
Funiak, I-Funiak, and found tha progrrant lrs-

AHf THE INVIGORATING WHIFF
OF THE PINE FCHEST!
How it c'.cr the thro,t and head
of Ita muooua a,!r.frt. It ! thi
epint of New re!- and V.g.wr from th

b'al-.h-K'.vi- g I-.ney Foreit brought,
b.i k by L'r. F.eii Iine-Tar-Honey f
Ar,t'.jf-f t'.c and healing Hay a Wttls
tod. All lruglt. ;i ;
Electric Bitters s Spriroj Tome. I
(Ad v. J !

found that thia spiend'd remedy Is on aa:s Atlanta f.rm. Witney said the map.

tn rrt dnif ates throws bout ths In traduced by former witners. In I

t tilted State. It ha ben pr-nare.1 by ,n made from a eurvey made -ar!ier.

?ptft!d r-Tstila'r Co.. la;-r r-lir

At sacta. l.a and a tverti4 by u f -r
crer f ty yearn. Thi Ma f -a rerori

w now
trupi.

portion w ma.ie f ru; !
Ftt if the n.-ij,, he inferreif.

for auch a ap-cl remedv and the r-t- fron) m m. ry. Ha a,id
ful btiera received to-day ar juat a a' o .t ten mil tha r oi u i por-
sppreeiatlva r tho of years' gv tl-..n of n oid ilnf r,d. taken over
rotwlthtanm that method sra aup- s.,is t?i ,omJ.ny lWrtl ttiU. tta.
roaed to have geeatiy a ln"ed Ak at , , , .... ,
tha ?rvg for for a bott'a f -Jiltxs r tank, two ro,m.
ftiSbda it IS wrvi wts-ia, band ibu;U coche. caioo., two ,
, lvtvniuiits, ttc Witatfs s-iJ t.s wasj

TYPEWRITERS
Free Demonstration
Phaoa If sr t
W. M. MAC KEY.

that could b daaircd. Thoas attend attending
ing attending were:
Mia Al!ion of No. 1. 3Jig Frvs Frvs-ma
ma Frvs-ma n. Mitt Anni Mas Hall and tl
LuciU Gray of No. 2; Mia Kafi
1UU rf No. 71, Mi-i ASlia Ynieatra
and Miii Yt.t of No. 74, Mis Ru
P. "kit ard Mi -a Fiiabeth Itaker of

No. IT, M Iteg Walker and M!
Willi Peilo Mrl)..nald of No. T. Kta
Mrtlr Ny and Mif Iora McKcnilo
i f No. 11, Mi l ra Cox. M ', Ml
I l.iakell, Miaa i J a I e Howe a Snd MlS
Margie Ta'ilW -f No. 11. Mlaa tlr.ica
i Pen! r of No. 4S. Mit KS Mc.

Ijonald of No. TS. 5fr. Uuk of Nr.. 47
aji l A. D. dUon and Hxlvi JoSti-aon

The G. P. Club Enter Enter-tained
tained Enter-tained at Magnolia Farm
fContlnued From Pags Ona)

dutry la at preaant ths leading- fsav fsav-ture
ture fsav-ture of tl;a farm, snd tiowhera In tha
sntlrn country Ut thr to bs found a
mors completely equlppivl sr sclantlfl sclantlfl-rally
rally sclantlfl-rally conducted dairy plant. This, In
tha very near futura, wiil bo run undar
full capacity, and when It Is, it Is th
plan of Ita ewner to llvs PenaacoU
dairy product conaumtra th bsstsflt
of Its dellcioua output.
Among th gueata w ho attended th
luncheon war quit a n tmber of win winter
ter winter totirlat from th fat wing sactlona
of the mlddl went, snd to thsa writ writ-ernera,
ernera, writ-ernera, what hag been dons st Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia Farms by ths Hoothern Btstsn
Liiml-cr Company in Ihn development
of cut-over pin lands, was a ravels -Hon.
Indeed, t a great majority of
PeriMCollana. who attended th
luncheon. Magnolia. Ksntsg proved an
"eye-opener ss to th fwadbiSIt! of
development of th section of coun country
try country aurroundlng rnoolik.
Not on of th IenicolUn whi
mad th trip, In fact, could bav
failed to hav been tmpreaaed with
the fact that had th pt-opl of In In-aacoia.
aacoia. In-aacoia. In year pf. hav spent but
a tlth of th energy which has been
wonted In other directions. In ths de development
velopment development of the agricultural rs rs-aource
aource rs-aource of th territory tributary to
Penaacol. Iher would row. In the
trirgcrit tlmea of world wsrs. b a
more real and atahl poepertty for
every individual and business Inatilu Inatilu-tlon
tlon Inatilu-tlon In 1'ena.ieola.

SHIPPING.
Am. aeh. Clara A. Phlnney, ItC.
Ibiah. M bli to Matter.
Am, wch. Donna Christina, 165, par par-rial.
rial. par-rial. iMcrto, to Maater, with cargo of
cedar log.

t HEAD STUFFED FROM

f CATARRH OR A COLO i

P Ears Crcsiia AppHcd In Noatrlis
X Opens Air Pasasges lUtt Up.

4--A-4"44T4-44-f

Icdaat relief no waiting. Tour
f l"yd RotriIa ffn right apt IK sir
f your head elar nad yosj eaa
iresth freely. No more ba a king, ssuf ssuf-fieg.
fieg. ssuf-fieg. tloa-icff, hea larha, dryneaa. Jf
trupjiiB)? for treats al tJfhti your

con or catarrn disappear,
fiet a awall bottle of Ely's Cream

Balm friffli yowr dnisrirt now. Apply'
a Uttl of this frajrraDt. sstiaeptic.'
sealing cresa la your noatrtls. It

rtrates thrrmli every sir pajrs of thV
v.- w .l. . -m . , , 1

wm e"J in miiunei vt mwvi,
siucona tnarahras sad rll sosara
itantlr.

It's )st Ins. Hoot slay staffsal'tS
wila a eU 9t tvaal cUn

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iUNOAY, MARCH T. H'V
Why Not All Work
Together?
In te Vox P?uU eolumne of The
Journal of the Ji& inst Ur appeared
i r !t M.:r.t the titer:! appear appearing
ing appearing in Thursday Journal in which th
writer that The Journal attempt
to show t' .t tl.rra I no prvf al'l.'.ty
ef a shortage of foodstuffs tn this
country for some t.me to come." and
g ea en to say;
Ther la iractlcaily no eUfTerenc to
the poor ' of 1'eneacoU In food
Upstage and the pre&er.t situation. It
tbe pf! rantu.t buy the foodstuffs
at present price, what U the differ differed
ed differed t 15em tn th present situation,
and a food shortage.
The writer then roe on t( point oul
certain thing to The Journal that The
Journal tan already touch! upon edi editorially.
torially. editorially. The are, taken categorically,
li follows;
That thet ar hunJrede of people (
tn the city NOW aurtering f-r th - t- i
' -''tla t WfN -B'1 th4t om j
itrpa ahould taken to relieve thee
conditions. This l so tru that The
JournaJ. on it editorial pare of Feb.
fXary U. called on th people of th

C.ty. to meet th!. need. Lnuer tne h
t.tln f "Orgu!d E3wrt lr K'jrMhM((l, y,t(m f rev,mmer,tal
l.ef Work- amopg other thing The. d fof fc wtmplyp , WOTktT, Ver
Journal arid: j utilised by a nation. Tiere are 150.000

Ther should ba s-m organ. zed i
furt to metl this iteet
and other
ne Is.
pena -o!a ha met other harder Is-
auea than tht ravely and fearleealy.
During the 1: eiilmic here, now
rlerted to the far' I eat, men and
women rose heroically to the oB.
p t n srd wtrt ot to ht'p ftnJ to s u u-c
c u-c r. Hut th waa'uon through or or-onlutj
onlutj or-onlutj efTort.
Vt far no steps ha. been taken to toward
ward toward thia end. Hut the we.ter In th
Vo ivpull c-n hardly Mam The
Journal for 1 ra. Th Journals pro pro-vir
vir pro-vir ce Is to advocate relief work and to
gu publicity to any efforts In that
direction. This Th Journal will glad gladly
ly gladly do, anl would suggest to the writer
that. In furtherance of this work, h
might call a meeting for the purpo of
geUlni: together the heads U church

! and c.wl! .le IntlltJtions to correct

c.ftd,tioi as w suggested In T.t
I Jvarnal's dltnrlal of February 10,

Next th writer eay that ther ara
hunirela of hyus'i In penaacwla that

i
f rt In peed vf repair, fenret that ne4j
rebulldlt'g. jarda that need cleaning,

street and l,lewaliss that need puving.
I Vonv tStne to t:me The Journal ha
ben puV.it.Mne e.l:trl! lonj the
vrry line The importance of giving
it Nt'iW Hoik ef any character.
The writer e Uat but not leaat,
there are l9.0i'0 bond a voted by th

people two year ago to be spent In ,,ju rr 0f fmrm uiK.ren. and f..r em em-tt
tt em-tt e vt'y that could le spent ta a great ployrrs of lalortrs r men of other
ftuvaniat now," and cloee by saying ' ' upation than farm work. Thei

VVe are fning a crista, not a theory."
Tho question of the shortage of
foodstuffs In the Vnitd Ktate was
d'acuawed not theoretically. lut from
authoritative- f.fures. The condition
h h Is being faced In Tensac! to to-eiay
eiay to-eiay Is In no way caused by the rise
In th price of wheat r other grain.
It Is the direct result of a number of
persona being thrown out of emiloy-
snerX And the only way to meet thea
onJJtlon la to give employment
thee people.
This can b dvn and shold be don.
and th ctoaipc paragraph of th letter

appearing in tn ox ropun co.umn or conf:5ct teen king and emperor.
FtWay euawrrs the question that th Th movement for relief of the condi condi-writer
writer condi-writer start cut to propound. tione Is a movement of the people.
It th city would start the work! M momnt an .lally

that should b started here, hundreds
would ; ghen employment and money
would be put in circulation.
iVoaaeo'.A ha faced harder condi
tions thn the and has overcome
tiem. The tijie to act Is cow. And
tiie way to act is ln concert. Alt pull
I. (.-ether, not in anger, but ft-r the corn- i
ro n good, uch condition ar not j
met by com Saint and recrimination, j
They are met by sane effort and con concerted
certed concerted movement.
Tilly" 5'ioJay Is going to Host on.
Piston will Itaro where It is golr
as soi as "lUily" arrives.
Ll'r-'r lookers are barred tn Mt
la:p( I, but tip pocket Kx kerf ar
till fihionabl iii torn quarters.
A new "Sobter queen" rus been dis-
i MnNil in N'ow York Tha Iair mm
wsv with ZZ at one sitting. hhe
ta an actre, but w Ul hardly be pops pops-br
br pops-br with tl.e "Jolinitie who hune
aruuad ti e stag entrances.

FRANK L MAYES IS DEAD

(BY BRYAN MACK IN THE
There wss but on frank Mayes and
florid mourn today because ha te
gone.
To many FlorlJlane he was not
known pereonally. hut tha good nam
ho won in fflfhtlnc for right and J'J
ttr, Ilk th tunh!n ft tha noonday.
r-e eti ated Into t ery Florid hamlet
and int j th hear of th reopl who
riTi.t. tra trtJi nn4 manly cour-
.
It would b almost 1 ke crl for
m to attempt to wrl; an eulogy to
th memory of my Tr end who haa
gon. for n word can prea th
warmth cf h! j eraoiiaiSty. th tru
worth cf 11 charartrr nor th depth
of hi iin.er:iy. It irna a pr1iieg
to know him, an honor to work with
h m and a bened.ction to grap hi
hand.
!ath cornea to m and w do not
reaiU It, hut 1 know Frank Mayea la
dad; aomethirig in tht v ry a!r
that it la ; th aoft brreiea which
mm from th gulf itm to b laden
with a burden of frrt w.
U la worth h l to llv th lif that
fYank Mayea !ied; tho giant oak that
f Unda rrect wh.ie tt aapiinga ar
unb! to withatand th constant
I'.u wing of tha winda. aid frank Mayca
waa among th men what th ok
tre la in the tVrenta, From th day
b m to fi.Tida h haa fouaht for
th teo;'le'a tfKhta ar linat odl that
at time apt a red unconquerable, but
bis tedfatnea to it causa and a
atrong fidelity toward men made him
The Jobless Man and
Manlcss Job.
"Farmers and other employers, do
you want help?" "Attn and Women,
do you want workT Theae questions
are being aik d In i caters Juat sent
cut hy ,h Department cf Labor to
,..,,m)lMer mni flHJ wVtr, ct th
Department of Agriculture, who ar
d connect the Jobless
man with the mar-Jew Job.
The Department of I.abor'a employ.
hwu oltenfl bur,t wUh
Hovernmert employe enrolled aa vol
unteer workers in Hecetary Wilaor's
plan of I ring Ing the n an an l the Job
together.
"The applications whl:h may be ob obtained
tained obtained at any potjff;.e by Job stekers
contain blanks wh ch will show the
nnme. weight, ex anl race of the
arpluant. the wae expected, th
t ade, if any. whti.er married or sin sin-fie,
fie, sin-fie, and if married wt ether his wife
would accept emploj me it as a domes domestic,
tic, domestic, and a hat amount of money he
could pay for railroad fare .
If employer advanr money to pay
railroad far the ticket will be bought
!-y the? off.clal of the Department of
, aW fc on- )f (h ,gMt,rn ds.trJbl. ,
tion tU, rUc whrr,
,.mt,u,ym ,r. t8 t,. wn, 0l tU.k,t wlI
Ji d,,vwd to th apacant. a re
ift wS2, t,e ukn (h baifltagt min
jtlf ef)ckei an1 r)l,,kp mailed to th
employer, ar.d the applicant will be
. ...(
rvi vii 1 1 a .14.
,f una, , fl ,ak VAK m tv
bearing his addreaa and d. root tons will
e plat-ed on him. llertlf.cation slip
are to be given to the employe, giving
hia lame and the name and address
of the employer to whom ha has ben
d re. ted. There are t:i r blanks on
wl.l h the employer will notify the
lepartmeit of I abor that the em employe
ploye employe bus arrived and gcr to work.
i Thr ar separate b anka for em-
are :o r,r iitira rirnt
tenant, and domestic, tre object being
to till ery lal. r drmrnded.
Few movement of ucl splendid
proportion have ever been undertaken
by any government. The scope cf
aurh a movement. Us value and Its
unlimited possibilities almost equal th
aonderful action tken ty the Tluasian
g-overnmcnt In prohibiting the sale cf
; vodka.
T(vJay tn wrsr! j , ln m vtate of
turbulence and the Iron arm of war
Jhd( 4on muCh to throttle trado. Jut
the mar la th outcom of autocracy,
h u not a m,r tf th n lM a
Am.rtra tntn ,,m.. r giving
of their money, their time and their
strength to aid, to succor, to aJ'.evlate,
and nothing that the American nation
ha done ha vaster ixUjinties for
good than the step staken by the gov government
ernment government to brine; toireth'r the J-jhlees
man and the manlea Jt b.
Drug cure "InMitute.- hav begun
ettens'.v advertising fwt paigns with
a e irw to gettt'.g what they can
while th go.d titlpf lai ta The new
law restrd'.ng the svle of habit-form-mg
drugs will soon put thera out of
busine.
Now that the U & N. has been
formally accused by federal authority
of spending mUlions to l iflaenc pub public
lic public opinion and for political purpose.
Mr. Comer, of A'ai a ';. la la the
Pmellsft? "ith an I t -id ou j" state-meet

THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 7, 1915.

STATE, JACKSONVILLE.)
a victor aJwaya.
Few man realiaa what Ftaxili Mayea
accompliahed and atiU fewer know
what he earrlficed juat becaua b waa
a man, but thea thinga meant nothing
to fclm. It waa a rrivl'eg w'th hiro
to battle again at wrong and th only
reward h aaked waa th conactouane
of knowing that h bad been tru to
blmelf.
IVnaacoi will never be the earn any
more. Th Journal raa never Inenir
th i eoj.: aa It fca for fifteen yeara,
th Jtrdl Graa fcatlvitlea and th ro-
mantie atmoaher of that cjty wit!
never be th eame, but It la well that
Frank Mayea lived and t am glad that
atrong men can forget themaelve and j
ahed tearg of genutn aorrow becauae
a friend of men liae died.
I can eee th procaaion aa !t travel
from hia formerly happy bom In East
1UU to th new grave out In St. John'
where lie th rrmina of tola farmer
friend and i-let(-e. I can bear th
gone a f the car aa they paaa th long
tin of carriage and vehicle fii'.ed
with eorrowing friend, and, aa they
lower h! body Into th coid, damp
earth. I can aee and feel th strong
men and Oodly women weep and I
wiah that I might t ther to abed
tear upon th bower of roae and
green that cover hi grave.
Th memory of Frank Mayea will
laat a long aa time goe on, and the
bent wlah for hi llttl boy that we
can think of la th

jut they may b;I'rctl ilniltl to this special Un

worthy aona of their llluatrioua father
e
VOX POPUL1.
SAYS COUNTY ROAD J
IS IN BAD CONDITION
Ed. tor l'enaacoia Journal:
I wuld I ke to af k th county com.
mliiknery. through your psper, what
th- r idea was in plowing up the
Brent road between Mr. J C Van fells
and Mr. A W. Dvla'a and leav It tn
such a condition that it la not fit for
any kind of traffic whatever?
In some places there are holes two
fet deep and In wet weather tt la aa
much a a man can do to keep on his
right side or la th midJi of th
road.
night
now they ar fixing som
f In OnuMin - u t mrm . . ...41
near a bad as the half mile of rosd'
I hv mentioned I think th com-
mlaeioner. ought to aee that It la rie4
l-efre .y eccldent cecur. which Is
attre to hat pen If the road Is left In ,
j the cond.tion It Is now. 1 do not
jwhy thia on half mil of road could
not b fixed Juat Uka the reat ef th
road from J, C. Van Feit'e to Penaa-
cola.
Thank to The Journal for the
apse allowed and I hope this wilt
catch the ey of om of those, busy
commisaioners.
TVM n MYKRS.
j COMMENT FROM
THE STATE PRESS
Vatu f Florida Mineral
The value f Horida's mineral pro products
ducts products In 1913 waa 10.6S,SI. phos phosphate
phate phosphate I the most Important: th clay
d-Htlta, with their products of brick.
tile and Fuller eajth, are found In
different countiea; mineral waters,
?ime and limeeton rock, amd and
travel are ail a part of llorlda's un underground
derground underground resource Haroeata Bun.
It Is To LsugH.
HufTrare for women will b a lively
kid In the Florid lerlstature. No
doubt several near statesmen hav de.
elded that they will laugh the bill out
of court. W douht the ability of
these ner statesmen to deliver the
good. Apaischlcola Times,
Sens e Nenaenaef
IxtgfeUow could tak a worthless
I'ieoe of paper and writ a poem on It
and muk it worth li.Odo that'
geniua Ther ar som men who could
wm a few words on a piec of paper
and make it Wurth 1 1.004, 00 v-that's
cipytaL Th United Ktate can tak
an ounc and a quarter of gold and
make it worth 120 that a money. A
mevhtttflc can tak material worth tt
and make It into watch sprint worth
11.000 that' skill. Ther Is a man In
Chw av who can take a fifty cent niece
of canvas, paint a picture on It. and
mane it worth 11,000 that's art. A
Oreek can take an article worth sev.
enty.flve cents and sell It for II
that's bualneea A woman could pur purchase
chase purchase a hat for seventy-fiv cent but
ptefers one worth tJT that foolish foolish-ne.
ne. foolish-ne. A ditch dicser haitdlea uv.n)
tons of earth for tl-SO
a day that
'-r. i r.e autnor or this can write a
cherk for 19,00'JOwO, but It wouldn't
be worth a dime- that's rough. There
are people who will tell you that other
Florida papers sre as good as this
that's nene. Tak 1 ,,$ and buy a
year's suhs.rlptlon to th Valley
Gasette that's common sense. Kls Kls-s
s Kls-s rurne Vailey Gazette.
A Mighty Ged S:se.
1 . m. wa . . .
On of th good sljms of th times
i in llorida la the promlhenc given ln
oe Fiat frees to auch themes aa
!- corn clubs, girls tomato club,
canrirg factor lea. county fairs and the
bet rente Jy for a failing citrus fruit
market- That th kind of stuff In In-t:.lgent
t:.lgent In-t:.lgent newspaper readers want, f.r
it nxar.s growtb and development fr
Florid and Us agnation f th sub
jects which bring the growth. Another j
gxd aitn is that thera la but little i
tal abekut politics and politicians as!
related to mer ofTSce seekin. A people '
ol seated with poiitica for its own sake
i.re always poor and stay poor. And
they stay poor la mind aa well as
fcurse. Lakeland News,

Pensacola's Most
Aggressive

.9
pecia ists
TELL OW THEIR WONDERFUL
MODE OF TREATMENT.
TREATMENT AND CURE
CHRONIC DISEASES.
OF
In the treatment and cur
chronic ti.ee as a ti.tr can ba
tomoarieoM between th reulta
of
no i
Of
jth reaulU of tha ordinary phyaiciaJi
and thosa of trained and scientific
epwlaliata. Th trouhl with raoet
doctor ta that they try to cover lo
wide a eon tn thr frntt- effort to
explor and maater tha whol field of
medicine. They scatter their ener- j
aies and talents to auch an ettent
that they can b proficient
in tn
bianch of th proHioa.
Th succesaful physician of today
Is th man who selects sore spaual
branch and masters, every detail
connected therewtth Such a physic-
i . i. .k. i4wn.. Hn.ri:nti I
.v... xf. v.. -v.n th. K,.t
- .... - m
yars of our lives to a persistent !
ludy, diligent research, a acientlHc t
Inveatigation and thorough maattrly
ef chrome discaae and trowtli. uur
cf.'orta ar eoncentratad and our
oi numan i.i. inemorw w mm
aally supreme In our chosen field
and th nao or woman who is an un
hf-ppy victim of some chronic or pri private
vate private troutl and reads these lines
should los no tlm In foing to them
cr om other eminent epecialHt for
advice, IF YOU GO TO THE AO-
i VANCE MEDICAL SPECIALISTS
tha toctorg will glva you a prtvat
consultation, a careful personal exam
ination, a nbonest and scientific opln
Ion of your case, and will tell you Just
what they can do for you, all of this ;
costing you nothing. In other words
they will treat you as they would
want you to treat thera if your cases j
were reversed. If you ax the vie- '
tlm of a chronic trouble It matters j
not what your former eiperitnca
may hav been, call on thea special- )
let and let them advls with you.
u'1 o'" may
r"lh,y eav you needless suffering
and many dollar.
HOME TREATMENT.
" n er ptr th etT
or l" ,ra" in person, j
bu lf too far away for this ,
rU ,uU mn ""reeerved history of j
7,
You will receive as careful, con
scientious and painstaking attention
as If you were In th office daily.
Patients In different parts of th
fnlted b'tates ar being cured of th
s) stem of horn treatment. They feel
fully Justified In claiming that tt i
th most perfect and successful sys system
tem system ever devised.
CONSULT YOUR FAMILY PHYSI PHYSICIAN
CIAN PHYSICIAN BEFORE SEEING US.
Should you ho suffering from some
acute Illness we positively will not
mat you (for that reason w advii
you to first consult your family doc ;
tor If he fails then see us. It is In 1
curing- these case that w tak spec- !
11 delight It Is curing the case '
that haa eatabliahed our reputation. '
We confine our efforts to th treat- j
ment of chronic and deep-seated dls- ;
ease of men, women and children, j
Nervous and sreclal diseases, includ
j )ng ftU reclj u-0Ubi an1 .U pn,t
diaeaaee.
Much has een ald of th breach
of ethics on the part of th Advanc
Medk-al Specialists becauae they ad advertise.
vertise. advertise. Th Medical Cod of Ethic
says: It la not professional to resort
to public advertising, but tt does not
say It lessens th ability to heal tha
sick. The doe tor fearlessly announce
through th columns of th 1iiy
press Just what they can do for all
that ar afflicted with disease. Many
cures acem miraculous to tha ordin ordinary
ary ordinary physician, but not so. It is wholly
die to superior advantage; and con constant
stant constant contact with th diseases which
conatltut their specialty.
Th Advanc Medical Specialists
ar here to stay. W ar doing th
largest buaineaa that b ever been
done by any vpeclaiiat In Penaa cola.
We are demonetrattng that MURIT
WINS, even In the face of prejudice
and opposition.
Ther are thousands of unpreju

ed;j

aicext, rir-mimtd who ar In need
j ot tl"ir "rrtcea
I henefitin the
It I In th hope
that w advertlae.
PJudio aside, don t deny your
self th service
of an expert sreo-
la'lst. You ara th on that suffer.
accept reuer where It may b hid
Call at their offtce, and mxt on of
th most pleasant and asreeV, m,ni
as weu a th moat expert speclaliat
of th day. A talk will convince rnu
oei, proves th
irum or in sdage, merit wins. (Adv.)
DIRECTORY
Prof. Henry SecL
t? W. CKeaa tteeet. 1t
Pise. Vl4ia. Vecal.
DR J. L. INGRAM.
OLAx&tt COMSJtCTLV SiTTfO.
caNgca ouii-4T0 wMitl vow I
WAIT.
It wta a!aeea.
WHH WW C reM.ee. I
EVERYTHING AT
SACRIFICE PRICES
t matt eoent fee teetnj Itocka,
LA MODE
1M ktth Paiataa.
Subscrib (ar Ym Journal

aWSr!
II WAREHOUSE
IS THREATENED
SMALL FIRE DISCOVERED ON
ROOF OF THE PENSACOLA
FERDIDO COMPANY'S FREIGHT
STORAGE BUILOINO.
No littl eicltement prvai:ed near
Perdldo wharf yesterday at 1;1 p. tru I
when It waa discovered that th
freiaht warehouse of the Penaanla. Jt
Perrtldo Railroad Company was on
fire, Th small Ma on th roof
waa spreading rapidly when a hurried
call waa telephoned for th f!re da-
partment When th truck reached th
seen, however, th flames had about
een ettinf uiahed. Jut It waa a con.
fessadiy comforting thought to people
in the neighborhood to have had on
of th hoa wagons on hand, in caae
th fir began to spread. Th damag
was slight.
e Weahneta an Lea if Anartit.
Th Old e'a1M fenerat r.ht!e.g
ionic, CJHOVKS TAHTELHS.S chUl
Toxrr. drivae out Malaria ami buiWa ud
,h y"m-. A, lru tonic, A sura Apne-jf
rvr iuuin n vii.iaren. auo AaVI

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CURED OF

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Twenty-Three Years Standing
MRS. J, H. BOURLAND
OF
Frankston, Texas

a mv cxiRACTs rnow her luttcrss

MbpcK 2S, 1904

-Tei-un a cured ra of catarrh of twenty -thre years
standing."
shall spar no opportunity to speak food word
for th merit of Feruna,"
"Peruna 1 all you claim It to ba. Ptaic accept
ley bartflt ttianka.-
T aasur you that my first endorsement of rertina
waa not xsg gtrated. I also regard Feruna as m
vsry vsJuabl household rtmtdy "
s"l would stat again thst Peru n cured m of cn

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winter, for eoughs. colds and catarrh. I adta all

mother to do go."
Every en should hav epy of "TH III ef Llf, wh'ch ton ton-tain
tain ton-tain seer af tinaanial frawi maaj and wan qua! hnst and
reditafel aa th autha f th av carrepe)dervo.

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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, .SUNDAY MORNING. MRCH 7. 1913.

0

Peohle Events Phone
n . . '38.
By Ceha Myrovcr Robinson. ' '

YOUNQ LADY MEMBERS OF
TEMPLE BETH-EL TO MEET.
Th young lady members of Tempi
Berfh-PU will rnee thin afternoon at 4
o'clock In th try room i f th tem temple
ple temple for th p-.i rj-, of nrg-aniJEin a
jontor iruild.
Th pro-rn end vnrrpo of th
organisation will b thoroughly dis discussed
cussed discussed and acoourst of ell activities of
the Junior riSa trill h given from
Um to tlm In the UHy kni.
CHICAGO SOCIETY FOLK
LIKE PENSACOLA.
The morimiy column of th (hiff
Evening Vrml contains thin tntor-t-in
not-:
A party rtf Chicago p!n 1 at th
fan Carlos Hotet, pMie&cola, Fla., in include
clude include Mr. amd Mm. Herbert A. Itetd Itetd-lr.
lr. Itetd-lr. Mm. Prmnk T. Went worth, Mr,
H. B. Hull. Miss Plew, Miss Zmelling
and Mr. Chaunoy Cok. r. of th
party writes that th cl:me at Pen Pen-acl
acl Pen-acl Is delightful, not a h. ah
-vithm nf.rt.la. and th th attrae attrae-tlooe
tlooe attrae-tlooe of a fin hsrhor, Ih forts, nay
yard and pre'ty little gif rourw,
tog?hr 1th th h.!tl;ty of th
southern popi on could rsot sk for
a piintr piar for a few ,,
sojourn. (n their may North the j ar arty
ty arty will ttop at New Orleans.

POSITION IN
WASHINGTON.
Frieni of Mr. Walter C. ll.er U!
be Interested to Jrn of hi nti:).
merit to poMtin nt Wk'ti t t,,,.. r.
.. In th navy Jepartnv-rt. he l,.ivn
left lat Wrdneaday to tk up hi
new d:itir

SMOKER AT THE
PROGRESS CLUB.
n Thursday vrinr at th Vr-xrrm
Hub th mcnitxrs of th e)i;b will
nteria!nj with a smoker an.l wj.le wj.le-vSI
vSI wj.le-vSI pft formarn which from! to
he on of th p!aantet ia affairs
ever gien In th history of th club.
NU-BONE
Made-lo-Order Corsets
Guaranteed Satisfaction
Expert Corsetitr.
Apotntmtt fey phn 721 4J1
Local Representative,
MRS. C. E. PFEIFFER

solclen Crisp

Potato CEiips
for sale by all grocers. Made
fresh daily by
Pensanola Potato Chip Co.

A WOMAN
hh ia a oman. tftrf'r. I a man.
In that much romt lov br. Could
I wort,
Thm I r mor a man. O jr na na-tutra
tutra na-tutra ran
Tftthtr, trlmminc f jl!, not flood flooding
ing flooding 'T
Th I arUa of l:f. and rvrrmora mill
run
In tn fuU tr!n until our daya ar
d r,.
h'h la a wnrnan, but of pirlt brar
To tr th ! 'f f tlhHJ a gid giddy
dy giddy drMima;

Tii rgl rii:trb. not tha yitldin

lav,
Of hr i ltal, HHirnlna; that hich
nui
Far that whirh la, iind. as hr fan fan-cica
cica fan-cica fil.

mi th truth iv lov oiitwrigha

them a!l.
fha looks through lif. and with a
bularsc Jwpt
V :uha mn and things tholding
as th"' ar
Th I r 4 oihr, in th common
duft
h'h foils th fragmrnts of th
tuinrd.
I'roud, ith a prida both frmimn
and fti.
No iatt)can ioil th bUrvs of hr
Th -ty candur of hr ftrntla
Htrikra dr.td dfHt. I.uha vanity
away:
hh h n rMti J lr Teity Ja!-

OiiS:'",
W lirt .: iid !v dixid tbetr
triVr away.
t :t rr i-vx ah nana th nollr
I art.
Man's howst rw an4 womic'i faith faithful
ful faithful hrart.
h U a tunin whit, if bv mra
gtiid.
Would chmb to pourr, or In cb cb-srur
srur cb-srur contrnt
H;t dmn; arrj tirg fait stith changs-
lrs prbJ
A lu ed in calm, in storm a staff
urtnt ;
N itty plajthin li'nurant of bf,
liut man's trua mother, and hit equal
wif.
Eayard Taylor

TO INAUGURATE STORY ,
TELLING HOUR. .
On f th mtt mrmories of j
most of us la that of th stories told
to us by mother or father, or some b-
bd unrj or aunt. In thvs early!
years when the j.ot of gold at the end ,
of the ainhow bought ftuorina l?..t '
nothing today can buy, and whn Hop '
' My Thumb and !'.: Hans and Uttl
Hans mre real and livinjf rs..nai. !
who spoke to us In a larguag that ;
w comprebendd far t etter than the
peoh of th worksdiy world. j
Tboee children who have revt-r '
known the thrill that can com from ;
a tale sll told have misled on of j
th divlna rights of childhood. There ;
Is noth.rg thst so etimujts th m'nd j
as the "introduction to personages, real
or tlicttttoua, who acromplinh some- '
thing tn th world, whether it e to
search tor tha pot of fairy gold, and '
find It aiter haMrious endeavor or ?
quest for th Holy Grail. :
Mrs. Jsmes F. Phillips and Miss'
Ma rsa ret wsey know that children,
are r.ot sstiiified only Hh the tais
that hr th Imagination, but thai they
bne the wonderful storie of i!.
worlds masters, which fire th he.iri
ar.d the soul, and point one to th
heigiits. HeUtbis tht the child:!,
s(rs cannot yet compass, but whi-!i-bckon,
snd will serv aa goals in th
years of larger thirnts.

It was Mrs. Phillips bo conceived
th idea of starting a neighborhood
itory club, "The Peach Tree KlniA-'
gsrten," sh calls It and every day j
tor an hour sh ha been gatherv,, '
the children of the neighlorl)ood a'ni.:t 1
her. snd teliirg thm wonderful to-
ties. This thought ld to other1
thoughts. Why not organize an out - j
door story-tellers club? And then M!s i
ilv was enlisted, and there wef j
two working along then same de-!
ligMfu! lines. Then The Journal was
avked to help, and there was an In- j

form! meeting to talk over tlsns and
It was drided to launch the 0utdor
Story Tellers' Club this werk, pos possibly
sibly possibly when Professor Wyche, the head
the National Association, comes to
Pcnsacola on Haturbi undr the aus

pices of th Home and fcchool Leagua ;
of School No. One. j
Mrs. Phillipa has written to Pro- i

fsor Wyche asking him to tell the
coildrcn a story at the first mtm,i
of the Outdoor htory Tellers' C!uh, and
If he consents, tha meeting will ha
dur;ng Ms visit to Pensacola. The
exact date will be announced later.

ARMY GIRL IS TO

WED THIS SPUING I

V

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4 "

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is-
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$t it

'4
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! V. M. U. TO MEET '
' ON MONDAY.
: Th jtor rcq jesta members of th

W". M C. and Mission study circles

I of th First nytit i t it eet Just fol fol-i
i fol-i lo it, ir th iud m-t iin Monday. March
j . Ml al.oui 4 p. m. tJ hear a p!n of
; a, rn frun ttev. T, T. Ilendon.
j A'.l Ic i t.k notice, and kindly
fc'H htif hour tj this object, which
i!l h v try Important t the week's
j work.

I

D G

FIVE HUNDRED WITH

MISS BURROW,
Mi, Ni! II irrow alii ha hostess to
h tnmt'ers f the Five Hundred eluh
I .-iay at .i. .M p. m , at br h, ni on
t;ai!s.t'ii i;rcet.

i

CIVIC LEAGUE TO MEET
CN WEDNESDAY.
T i ifsul ir monthly rn etirg of t
ivic !. true mill take plare on Wed
ni'ul-iy afternoon at four o'clock at 1
lh- V. V. C. A.

MEETING LADIES AID.

l-ad-rs Al l of Hrst HaPttst Church ts

nI.1 tn't on Monday afternoon at jU i

MEETING NEW CITY
THIMBLE CLUB.
The New City Thimbie Cluh waa de de-bfhlfn'ly
bfhlfn'ly de-bfhlfn'ly entertained m Friday after afternoon
noon afternoon bv Mrs. Robert tirsy, asist4 by
tier sisters. Mrs. Prei ton and Mrs
Kussell, mho are her h )un guts.
Crimson roses ar.d ciriiations mere
usd witli artistic e.'fect In the dining
room and library, and laanty refresh refresh-ments
ments refresh-ments wer served bef rm tha depar

ture of the guests.
! tin of officers f ir th ensuing
year featured the meeting. Mrs, 1 t J.
Crosby b,ng elected president. Mrs.
C. J. lvy, vice-president, Mra. W.
M. Curtis, secretary and treasurer.
Mrs. Opt n 'mm waa enrolled as a
member of the club.
At th tst meeting Mrs. W. W.
Hi. hsr1s mill set as hos ess.

1C C. Wrtat itrsst.

CAXTONS WITH MISS MISS-DUNCAN.
DUNCAN. MISS-DUNCAN. The Cavtons mill met on Monday
afternoon at 3:45. with Mis Mayme
Willis l.in an as hoateis.

APRIL WEDDINGS

r."i nr the promt.t placing of orders for engrvd Invitations.
'sir sxmpies represent th ery latest shares and forma that
hnr tfn acepted by reft nd and fashionable aocety.
Wt: l.KAl in r'ginsiing srtinn- effects with fin material.
ur rrt'-es are the lomest. Send for simples, mhkh 'l!l b aup aup-t''"d
t''"d aup-t''"d iee of chsrg.

J. P. HTKVKXS P. N C5 R A V I N CI Ct), AVedJing
gravers, 47 Whitehall HI Atlanta, CSa.

Stationery n

are"

Stone's Wrapped Cakes
Psss erjr a-4 auslity, with nsos f t sHertcomieos r aeamsey
cases, tn ncness, puHty sd flswsrv waisssas
they rprset Css Perfection.

EVC RV
MOUTHfUU
CALL FOR
ANOTHER

six
VARICTIES
10 CENTS
IACH

Tasty. J;Hu.,v.:y by $3h&i

"THE IV1ELTING POT"
aXisgfajaj
MRS. JESSIE ELDRIDGE SOUTHWICK
Vedaesday Evening, March 10, 1915,8 o'clock
SAN CARLOS AUDITORIUM
Merchant of Venice tickets food for this performance
Tickets Adults, 50c; Children, 25c

Miss Julia Turnsc Heyl,
M;ks Ja'is Tuint-r ll vi ! t r
daughter of Colonel and ilr. C harles
H. Heyl of Wash.ngton. Is erg, iced
to marry Mr. Joseph Cly ! (.rsham
Cohtuit. formerly of A t .:.iit.. ilcorula,
but now of Washington. Whilo the:-
is no definite tint set for the wedding;
It Is expected that it will x-i ur in th
early spring.. This will mak th sec second
ond second wed.iir:? to iKxnir in Colonel Heyl'a
family mlthin a -r Miss lli len
Heyl, the younger sister mas married
to IJeut. Mi!o Fox. of the army f-nsin-ers,
etn fall. Mr. Col-rut is t d
with the l:iterit.le oini-rri' c n
sion In Wati!n;iin.

QUESTIONS FOR
SHAKESPEARE CLUB.
Th Shakespeare club will meet with

Mrs. Walker Anderson. Thursday.'

March 11. Following are tha ques questional
tional questional .
t. Act IV, Pcen I For whom la
Sebastian mistaken by the clown?
8. Not Sebastian's generosity t
th clom n and that of his sister tow ard
the captain, what doe a this srgus?
3. Contrast the encounter of . tola
with th iword and that of Sehastlnn.
.. Seen II In th!a seen mhat
double rol doea tha clown play and
for what purpose? .
I. F plain the clown's Jest at Mol Mol-volio
volio Mol-volio and th soul of his grandmother,
raga 95.

. Hen III Giva a reaaon for Pe-

baetlen's pleasure In hta marriage to

Olivia la spit of the fact that he feel
confident that there Is something un

natural in the altuation.

7. Where la the "Turning Point."
i. Main plot, a complete story of
Ioy. Three separata lores clashed
Into a triangular duel of disappointed
fancy. Show how this develops and
is disentangled.
t'nder plot. A triplet of follies. Rir
Toby and Maria. Augencheck. Malv Malv-llo.
llo. Malv-llo. 10. Contrast and compare Malvoilo,
Kir Toby and Sir Andrew.

Don'tWhipGhildren
Or a old ot!wr persons mho w t the bed
or si iiuatil to control tf.rlr wntrr dnr dnr-lrur
lrur dnr-lrur ti ni t or tay. for it is not s habit
but s Dia. tf on h.,v- any K l.'i.rv,
liiaiLler or Crtnary akne, m-tlte to to-v
v to-v for a frt Packa-j of our Harmless
Remedy. Wh'ft permanently ri'Uxft tll
yoor friends aloit tt nT no morwy.
Addrexs ZEMfcTO CO.. Dept. f1 MM.
wsues, Wis.

MEETING HOME AND
SCHOOL LEAGUE.

The regular monthly meeting of

school No. 1 wtll be held Tuesday
sfternoon at 3:1. Re. Kugene H.
Pendleton will address th meeting.
All patrons and frlenda of th school
are cordially lnvltd to be present

) I j?7nv
A't i.uJf a.Ji'!l t' I. 1

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IS-!' V.

' J I " . A -- if , 'agi j

MEETING OF
THE JU DEANS.
On of the most Interesting of the
Judcans' meetings was held on Sun Sunday
day Sunday with Mr. and Mra. I P. Uppman
when th subject for the evening "is
This a Christian Country." was dis discussed
cussed discussed enthusiastically In the form of
a deists. Mr. Bertram Coleman and
Mr. Ieon Uschkoff. the affirmatives,
mere enceptlonaily eloquent though
their opponents. Mr. Morris Levy and
Mr. Lao Israel, succeeded in storing
the greater number of points for ac actual
tual actual facts.
While the judges, Dr."I.ischkoff, Dr.
Atkermna and Mis Perth Lie h ten
were malf.ng their decision, Mr. John
Frenkel and Miss Sara Goldetucker
entertained their audience most de delightfully
lightfully delightfully with a clever skit, "He Tried
to Tell His Wife."
Miss Hilda Bear will be hostess to
the Judeana on Sunday. March 14th.

RETURNED FROM
MOBILE.
Mra. Minni Wolf Rutherford has
returned from a three weeks' visit to
relatives In Mobile. Sh enjoyed the
Mobil Carnival and heard several
speskera of note while In the "City
of Trees."

PARE NTS -TEACHERS'
ASSOCIATION NO. 70.
The Pa rent -Teacher" Association of
school No. 70 will meet WedneJar,
March 10th, at 2:20 p. m. at th school
house. Mrs. E. M. Schornherst will
glv a talk on spelling and penman penmanship,
ship, penmanship, and it is hoped a larg attend attendance
ance attendance of parents will be present to hnr
her. There will be a d .splay of the

pupil a work, also a fw songs by the
pupils, before they go home.
TO ATTEND LAST
REHEARSAL.

Those tsklng part In Heart Songs
ar asked to attend the rehearsal on
Tuesday evening at ":S at the First
Methodist church assembly hall. Tt is
Is th last rliaraL

The easy way
to learn all
the new dances
You can practice all the
new tcp over and over ggaiVi
with a Victrola in your home.
Victrola
You cart have an impromp impromptu
tu impromptu dance whenever -uwiih;
and you can dance as long aa
you want.
If you dance you wi!J want to
know all about the Victrola. We'll
fjadly demoesrrstt the various

styMJlSioJOG)
and pity any
musk you wih to
hear. Eayterm
can be srrangrd
it fcUaire J.

ft Seth sif street.

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NEW OFFICERS HEAD j
SUFFRAGE ASSOCIATION.
At the meeting of the Pensacola
K! Ma I Sufrrae League held at th city j

ball, the following officers mere elect elected:
ed: elected: President Mr. A. K. Mr David.
l '.rt Vli e-; r ,it nt Mrs. Walker
Iiu-iaham.
Sh ond Vice-president Mrs. E. L.
n ese.
Correpond'ng Secretary Miaa
Ediih M. Nlcholaa.
riecorttir-r Secretary Miss Velma
Maura.
Treasjrer Miss Gertrude Fried Friedman.
man. Friedman. Parliamentarian MUa Sarah Don Don-a.d'cn.
a.d'cn. Don-a.d'cn. ('h.iirman Committees Prees, Ml
Cc'ia M. Robinsn; !eislative, Misa
Minnie 11 Kehoe; prosram. Miss Max Max-iiuerit
iiuerit Max-iiuerit Inrahara; finance, Mrs. Frank
II Tracey.
The i resident of the PenaaccJa
Fquai Suffrage league for the ensu
ing year In possessed f great ability,
and that woman!. neas and tact with without
out without which such ability fall alwaye
short of its mirk In effective en en-destvor
destvor en-destvor where women ar enlisted.
During th illness of Mr. Roege and
the enforced absence of the president.
Mrs. MnrDavbl then the chairman of
th financ committee, not only as

sumed th dutir of th chair Hut gave
her splendid administrative talent to
the machinery f the convention, and!
Penacoliaria do not need to a told
cf th suc cess which crowned th ef

forts of herself and hr o-workera.
Imrtnsr the administration of Mrs,
Itoege the Pensacola Equal Suffrage
Ia.fue haa become Oie largeat club
in tb state, and she and th able exe executive
cutive executive officers who have been asso associated
ciated associated with her, have Inaugurated a
splendid work that th present of officers
ficers officers will continue to efficiently pro prompt
mpt prompt e.
The Penaaeola Filial &uffrajr
I&rii waa errant! last March and
the yeejr werk tuts teea wonderfully
successful.
Among other thlnre srr-ompllshed
have been a series of aftemon auf auf-fraae
fraae auf-fraae teas, which mere very popular;
in May a laxge rally was held at th
San Carlos hotel where a "MeJtlng
I'ot" was filled with donations to tha
suffrage cause; June, July and Aucust
mere featured by Informal suffrage en entertainments,
tertainments, entertainments, and In September a
"La r Day edition of The Penaaoela
Journal waa published y the ITess

Committee of the Pensacola, Eouai

Suffrage Iajrue which waa must sue-

ceesful educatlonaily end financially.

The Penscla Equal Suffrage

Issu Joind the "Huy A Bale-

movement, purchasing a bale of cot

ton from F. IL Dennia of fluyman.

Hi, for which they paid 5S.t.

The league also contributed to tha

book fund for th children unable to

buy th school-books.

A lUby Show and rally were among
th m st successful ventures of th

suffraire league, at which time Miss

Kate Oordon of New Orleana made a

splendid ad tress.

Other reJie were held later, the

largeat of which, with the exception

of those held during th convention.

mas that which waa held at the San

Carlos hotel on the evening cf Janu

ary 2ith,

The convention fully demonstrated,
th interest in suffrage, work In Ten-

sacoia.

There were over-now meeting
evt-rr night, and great enthusiasm was

shown.

Th culmination of the year's suc

cessful work is the coming ef Dr. An Anna
na Anna Howard Shaw, who will speak In

lVi-o a on March 20. Dr. Shaw

siveake to Immense audiences wherev wherever
er wherever she apiears anl the Pensacola

11 1 jal Suffrage Ls rue Is Indeed for fortunate
tunate fortunate in having the National lresl-

dnt to speak under its auspices.

"HeaiiSungs"
A Heart Song Concert
Wilt fes Given fee th Bef t ef th

First Methodist and First
Christian Churches j
by fiftv vo!-s tnclt:d'r. th bst
ir ' S:. 1 lai'-ut in th.- i :t ,

GUTMAN'S
The Store Noted for
Values.
107 S. Palafox Street.

JEW SPBIDO GOOD

ecltw

Putty, Sand, Battleship Grey, and All Other
New Shades, in 36-inch ("f (Tt(Tt
Taffeta, special value, yard P U ViyVU

Lace Cloth, Organdie, Voiles, Crepes, and
Nub Voiles, in a full range of patterns.
Prices range from 10 cents CT )
a yard to e4J U oCjtU)
The New Ruchings are here. Can br used
standing or flat. Also a new line of made made-up
up made-up Neckwear.

Phoenix Hoclory
In all thee new shades, including Palm Beach,
Sand, Putty, and Green, (tf1 (fTTi
the guaranteed Hose, at . . . P " o Wvly

Agent -Ladies Home Journal Patterns

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San Carlos Hotel

Sunday Dinner

TASLI tyHOTT.

l tSt p. IT.

ON 8 DOLLAR.
OwV etdrtail
Celery Ottvea Raited almonds
Cenaomme, MacedoUse
Cream Maiakoff, crouton sasufflee
Cold jellied esanmns
Cresuned HcaUlepa, Maryland.
Noisette f lamjh. Bwuthertand
runeh parfalt cTAjBeuT
Nafbusco wafer.
Roast rhHesHeJphis oapoa vita dresa dresa-tnf
tnf dresa-tnf Mashed peroea Craa rry jelry
Or a fruit eeiad
Ceoeanut rream r4e
Strawerr loo erean Choonlat layer
ak
fiwUs chees Toasted tajdae
v Derat teat. i

...I"

WANTED Tou to knw if your
package eerrte ae aroma, yea
are toting Oop.
If t; i.arsting aromatie eoffse
you nt go ta th
COFFEE RANCH CO.

She T7.

M S. als St.

HERE FOR "FLYING SQUADRON."
Mr and Mrs. Dickerson of Dt kerson
City, ar in th cuy fr th "Fiir
Snuadron." snd ar guests of CaiL
and Mrs. W. .. Harrow on West Chae
street.

Songs Selected from the
Book "Heart Songs

, Thursday
Night March 11,
at 8 o'clock
Lecture 1 1 nil First Metho Methodist
dist Methodist Church

RlIOD'ES - COLLINS
Furniture Co.
Complete House
Furnishers.

AdmUsion -Children,
l-"c.

Adult . jrc

THE KODAK SHOP

DtVtUOtlNQ AND PRINTING
rOR AMATEURS.
Reynalds' Music House,
71 seuta Psiafes Street,

Great Excursion

to the

Florida Chautauqua
SATURDAY, MARCH 13
MASONIC DAY
Hettie Jane Dunaway, presenting

66

IBacOdDy ILotnig Legs
The Avon Stietch Club

99

Emma Dawdy-Scssoms, contralto; Ethul Lee
F.uxton, soprano.
Grace Patterson, reader
Rocoe's Orchestra.

TDDP, IrAClE

J The Journal's "Want ad Way will get you results.



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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, MA RCH 7. 1815.
BIRTHS. DEATHS
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Wishes to Announce the Arrival of Newest, Snappy
Spring Attire for Men and Boys. Our Men's Schloss Bros. Suits Are Here

in all the latest modcli
ft.
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A M.mory,
i I;.; l tn !aur-i wreath, for hr
! HISf,
in r.iit d:!n bT .lmfl !f WU
!i frtl...-i' r if an4 flat. h. haJ
t i t h . r",
,ir in t! ff vr-l fry nf dt"ontnt.
,N, i. rn! h fpnfd, o n
in .-'.f -y,
Wh kef rt"t the v.&uty of h
r bow hn- "nv hid t hcrd life'.
h!!r rrv.
Ant sfth-.S ith rmtta touch grl'f.
wiiti'iK pm itt.
1 1. br . rM Knw her lov. her
nam rwiH
Sf f t n iii.-n-a that 1 r.lifrr grow
H h r.
Atui tliniis:t p"t ff her piaca In o-rl-.l
hi.
lUtt bi b.-r VI rnn'.l bntah rhl!l rhl!l-Ikti
Ikti rhl!l-Ikti tar
Arllinr '1' e l-h.
LUNCHEON OV DOMESTIC
SCIENCE PUPILS.
If Jou d- ti"t le!te in intrdu-Jn
!.nnf.ii K'irrir. lot( the piibiic
n tiiM.'fi, .u!i rrt4irif hv been
j 5 c K.-'UW:s elber,
m,1 i i! t f:r,. any jia-
.!,: .P tne wrrl! that HI flv.
t:-re j'.rieur r Uttin.f aat!.
'uln U-.in t a '. ' i i-iriurea f
Get Your Kodak Here
$1 to $65
We d- uevrlofittx ar.4 j.r'.r Un
U-r air.aleuc. and bi it we;
twr h.J,' are reawnnatle.
Dring Us Your Films.
tOtic notice
II et"i ! trt.

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Peohle Events Phone I
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By Ccia My rover Robinson. '

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Spring !
Days I

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and in new patterns ran fin

Have You Seen the
New "Triangle"
O'Cedar Hop Yet?
It wii! revohtttenlst th.
fcii.b-rcop bt.,t:ne, .nil
in !l th additional oual oual-tti
tti oual-tti of ti rC"Sr tmt In
tt;t It gt. tn tfie corner.
"itrr. Now o nle
$1.25

New
Spring
Models
American Lady,
rime. Lyra, and
Frolaset, Front
Laced Coesets.
Tk rw model, read?
fur jroor tn paction. j W
hav atyVo for et.au U mdt mdt-ffl
ffl mdt-ffl and ainc.d flgur.
Tny com. tn low and
BtOcKBm bust. SOTO with
i 'Br hm eklrt tffwt,
wU boned, oiao wJt Kyi.,
rwof Id to suit yr
tast and comfort.

Figured Crepes.
2mheotderd tn email ftgurea of oiua,
link and Ur.nd.r, Or

17 -Inch, yard

Nub Crepe, 27-inch

With on
With !!
sti whit,

Ketrest Els Els-gint
gint Els-gint Spring Spring-tlaw'
tlaw' Spring-tlaw' unfer unfer-flsslins.
flsslins. unfer-flsslins. W hv s
rr.oet b.uttfii
Mm of Hrtt,
, quality, of
p r 1 1 y a a-a
a a-a I g n d and
trimmed tinder
muaitn. Night
'km, Tdiy
Mr 0mt4rs 0mt4rs-tioe.
tioe. 0mt4rs-tioe. tutt. nt
25c to $3

$1 to $5
coovert.d Thursday afternoon, had It
been your rKd firtnn to hm imoni
th Kueat entertained by a number of
P. II. H. .tudenta, member, of Mlai
Haien Carter, clacs. In dmeti
-enre.
Then youna; girl, rot only playd
IK role, of ho.te.ae. but r!anpd and
ered a ti rours lunrheon tempt -In
In menu and charming In appoint
mnt.
Th ta 1 wa, center d with Jon Jonquil
quil Jonquil ,nd fern and the dainty place
card. wr pointed by Mina Howena
Marh, vnrn of th. talented yotin
aenlor..
Mitt F!the le Kerry . -wl Ml.. Ma Matilda
tilda Matilda llronn acted a. hoeteaae. and
th nwnNTi of one of the claaa.Mtr claaa.Mtr-tiona
tiona claaa.Mtr-tiona mutrinK tinker MImi Carter fre fre-larett
larett fre-larett and aerved th lunrheon. Thoe
eijrtrlnir their hoepitaJlty wer Mr.. K.
W. Marsh, Mr. T. A. Jem nr. Mm. r.
1. Carter and ira. R. P. ljin.
Mi Carter. ho 1. the daufhter
of Sudf and lr. Frn I. R Carter
haa te everat derree. at th. W
,mn. k oiieg at TaJlhae, and In
; laVIn up thl. irplendM . ork .ha h.
5 found a vocation to which ah 1.
ist only Klm'mMy ad.pt:3. bv reaaon
f er fin inteliien' and oinly
poi". but ao beoau f th esceU
lnt tralr.tnc ah. haa had and th ef efficient
ficient efficient manner ah ha. of impart in
her knoteJe of th ienc of horn,
makintf to other..
LEWIS-ZELIUS ENGACIIMENT
ANNOUNCED.
Mr. and Mr.. Alenander Zeiiu. a.n.
nounc the encacement of their daugh.
ter. laabeiU H'ri 1. to Mr. William
Chapman th. riling to t&k.
I U In the fall.
There U1 1. a very general and
cordial Intereat In thl. annoumement,
a both Miaa el'.ua ant Mr. Iew 1.
have many friend not only In Ten Ten-axd
axd Ten-axd but throughout I'Wida. Ala Alabama,
bama, Alabama, and other eouthem citlea. Mii.
Zehua during her visit, in Loutaiana
and Tennere, where h ha. many
friend a, is ajway. much fttet and her
pru!rite In her hne city U1 mk
her the lnplration fur many pretty
pre-nuptial afTaira,
PERSONA!, MENTION
Mr and Mr. W, K. Hall of Covir.g-t-n.
Tern,, are the guMt. of their
daughtrr. Mra. J. 11. Sh rrUl
Mr Aijm Utu i-f Mr wnn la
l-e'tel during th eatly part of tl
eeK on a i.t to reUtivc.
Mr. UilUn Ilannon Iavy 1 apend apend-ir.K
ir.K apend-ir.K the we-end tn tVKutnak.
Among t!oe who ar liere fur th
"Flying Hauadron" ar Mra. IL.hn.
and Mr, and Mra !v of Cottage
Hll.
Ten cakes Octagon or
Ivory soap for 25 cents, with
each purchase of $1.00 or
more Monday's at The
Crystal Pharmacy.

g from $10. up wards Balm

Suits that will wash at $1 0. Palm Beach Suiti for Boys have jutt been un unpacked:
packed: unpacked: they'll be all the rage this summer, and price range is from $4 up.
Come in and try them on and see what you think of them.

New Jewelry for Men. Reman gold and Sterling Silver, and fancy settings 58c, 75c, )1
New Jap Matting Hand Eags and Suit Cases, well made up and finished 75c to $1.25
Very fine Line o! Men's Latest In Broad Cravats, new, rich colors, for 25c
Men's Good $1.25 to $1.75 Driving and Anto and Work Gauntlets, choice. $0c
Beautiful Spring Dress Goods, 25c to 50c yard
Mail Orders Carefully Attended to and Promptly Shipped. Send for Samples.

Non-Crushable Voile.
Dainty .trtr. In ptnk sni bin. f!n

Itn. c !i k ffrt
rmi mj .mail
4-ifMh. rrl

Cleopatra Crepes.
Fin. ha?y ua'lty fw gprtn r)re.
I114 m Uu. irry, green trA
nl black .ffcta. ala nam lln
rhrk la irry or Mark lln, nt,
Jl-lfM-h. yard
Jap Crepe-de-chine
TTia wh, Hh. aot. .;ky grvn,
1iu mala, tints anl ubit. Kv.
0-incb. jari W

r two
cVrta,
yard ,,
tin erd
ffot
25c
New

ii J
DOyE
Ui
W

Moire Ribbon.
Fin. for hair bow., tttr. .tiff quality
4nch wid. a kind oucht to
t Jio for, our p-tal rr.d. QKr
all rolora. yard ,v'

FA1 EXPERTS
ARECOriPLETING
TOUR OF COUNTY
THEY VISIT THE SOUTHERN
STATES COMPANY'S MODEL
MAGNOLIA FARM AND OTHER
POINTS IN THE COUNTY.
Th farmer, cooperative demonstra demonstration
tion demonstration aarent. of Florida r completing
their engagement. In Kaw-amMa coun county.
ty. county. Thl. I. th. .Iicth group, aeaemhled
under th direction of Vi4 Agent H.
K. tiavely of Washington. l C. gn4
Htat Agent C. K. McQuarrl. formerly
tcambia county agent, together with
district .rnt. 1- H. Par .ltd A. P.
rferer.
Tha following; locailtle. have been
vlalted ainc Feb. it: Winter Haven,
lo!k ccKinty; Bartow, Winter Garden,
Orang county; Oral. Marion county;
Haatinr, Ht. John county; Liv tak,
Kuwane counly, tjulnry , ti.daden
county; Inacola, rjmbt county;
Object. th. Plan.
Th. nurpo outlined I. to bring each
county agent m here he can e auc auc-eful
eful auc-eful agricultural work In progre,
to get th vie, of other ants, and
hr grower, diacua. their loal roo roo-lema
lema roo-lema and bring axxit a healthy rivalry
to ft?h the work along-.
In each locality buaine. men hav
ahown their deep appreclvtlon by di directing1
recting1 directing1 th partie. wher th flneat
nd let leeeona can be Iwjrneil. H up upper,
per, upper, auto rvic. In ft every con.
venietx-e fumlahed to facilitate th.
.tent, to get th moat out of the com community.
munity. community. Agent. Meeting.
rri.jty morning :X9 the agent,
went Into aeeaion In th parlor of the
K.n Carlo hotel each .gent mle
brief report a Htreeainc tho thing,
that eeme4 moat he'pfal In hi. com community.
munity. community. Tftoe preert were: If. E. 8vely.
field agent, W.ahlngton V. C: J. W.
Hill, corn club . eciajint: C. K. Mr.
Quarrie, Mate agent, tJaineaville: K.
H. Pace. d)Mtrit agent, W eat Florida;
A. 1. fpenrer, diatrtct ggent. East and
Fouth Flrlda: 8 ,V. Hiatt. county
agent. rmbia: l. C. Hummon.
county agnt. Kvnta P.oaa, 3. C. Smith,
county agent. Walton; M. V. Mathia.
ur.ty agent. Hay; I. tl. McWaagg.
county atent. Waehiraton; C. A. Ful Ful-fofd.
fofd. Ful-fofd. tomty agent, Iloimea, each ma k -ing
t rief tlk and m arpret iatlon
remarks frm Ii M. Cmcnn, a u u-efa)
efa) u-efa) farmer, and tuine. man of
Via t t Magnolia Farm.
Th. entire afternoon wsa a;-ent at
Magnolia farm at the invitation of
Hon. P. K. Yorsge, Feneacola.
Thia oppt-rt unity to vl:t a dairy
and atock farm a. an object leewon
m"t impreive. Th character of th
equipment. Th syatem adopted tn
mUng it a high Ua atuck farm,
and the general management of af affair.
fair. affair. aivro he4 o rloaely the Heal,
that every on aa tmpreaaed with
th magrtud of th agricultural i-
IbtUtie of farming and .tack raiMng
in thi h tii.n.
Matter. f Special lntrat.
T j-.-i.1j J ait' of ii ton capa capacity.
city. capacity. An ut-t-lie f miary d,ry barn.

Beach and the new Check Summer

Dotted Crepes
Embrollrl tn .mall 4ot.
trail n-urrs In ail httt. btu.
lvQder and black.
;?-tncb, yard ,

In ltr.n or t'
tura.
50c

New Jap Crepes.
Ttntd In mtiit, rink and whit or
tlark. soft quality, OS
0-Uicb. yard
Figured Organdy.
Eiretl'nt quality. IT. Inch, rry .rr-!!
mtrldrd. flgMr r dot. tn blue.
lir.k, lavndrr or black 50C
yard

Ribbon Just Arrived!

Floral Moires.
Ettra wld for ala, baaqu. .f .f-frta.
frta. .f-frta. mU!lnry and other u.
Floral. In th nw r.y and uttr
o!om pd fa ... t . CI rfj
wln.low. yard a 10

New Velvet Ribbon, Narrow, Wide, yard, 10c to 90c '
See Mes "Maybe" Window.

concret floor, at eel manitera, and
atanchlona. Hharpleav milking: machine
in operation working Wautif uily, feed
and letter carrier, manure .h4 to
aava .very partlcl of fertlllter In th
dairy factory room. A ateurlieT,
aeparator, churn and butter worker,
refrigerator, waah room equipment
that I. Intended to produca milk with
low barter lal count.
. .Hm Prauot D'oo.
A unique feature wa. Mr. Tong-e".
home product dinner aerved tn th.
north wing of hi. new dairy barn,
everything potlely clean. No od.r,
no dtiat, walla, floor, mlndowa waabel
nd white, verything encellent, and
thera a apread of turkey, beef, pork,
potatof. In aeveral at) lea, both .weet
and Iriclv. freah and butler milk, home
mad butter, worth Ti cent a pound,
egg, corn breat, radiahea, Jettuc.
pumpkin and aaeet potato pie and
lute of It, an ee!lnt dinner with
auch hol aa Mr. Yonge and Mr. Oa
rar Wllllama, nutnagcr of th Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia farma.
Mra tcar Wtlliam waa behind th
acene. eeryon knowa of her hopl hopl-tiJity.
tiJity. hopl-tiJity. Th day wa. big one, everyone re
garded It a treat, t.nd th entire body
thanked Mr. Yonge for hi. hospitality.
Th. Banquet.
At I oVIock the Chamber of Com.
mere with which Mr. Hiatt haa cor cordial
dial cordial relation gave a banquet in the
San C.tU Hotel t th vieltlng
aTit. Kepreeentatlve citizen, joined
and appropriate remarka on th tork
consumed conatder ! time.
The agent, vialted other aextiona
of the county RaturdaV.
Is a Pcv.xrful
Inflnenca in Blood
Work With a Definite Pur.
pos and Is a Known
Antidote
Tkr ar m tbiir la wdicla tfeat
ar certaia aad oenntte. Th-f At ta
work.. . ft. a. ta of." f ! rlibil
ad I a kaawa .atidute fr all kiood
troui)i-a. M.re taa. t&at. It la kana kana-la.
la. kana-la. tee It gue. ant kurt tbe ettBiab,
d at affect tk Itoae. .ad Juinta, a or
it aiier tk tat'Krtty f th aerva
:- t'la". Cut It e .vea tkrouga
the t. !. a pvwertul, aarrtlag, ckaaa
lug Irf unr, rrma;kb! for reaalt and
a trruBd)ua eriief ta tkoe who eager
tk BHB)Uati f akta ertsttoaa.
ar!y ail akiaa I da t aluu'.ak
b!H-4. Ao4 If yea let a. ft. a batb your
Ttem wttk Ita w.derfal iafiueac year
aervoii. trouhir yr.,r waa, wary. fad4.
li:loa. pf.iraa bcxly wr.i rU aad b
ce a rsewed wltA tk aaa f eajy
aM kl!b J ft wiit rarrefy kaew year-a-if
Try .,, today. Get a bnti
at ace drug at ore. It will put yea ea
yonr feet; kc yea golag ! day aad
eaahi yo t anuad aad reetfil.
R. . la t a "dpe." But a payaie.
kt a fit, krart.g. parlfytag aHNttrta
tLtt ta aur t a yti a world nf g4
It la jn.t what yu a 4. a. K. I.
pert.ard he Th Kwift fiiwl Se f o
j a!ft Bldg. Atlanta. c:.. aad If yn ar
i troubled with aay atnta-ra kltod rae
t!iKr Mt.-i dpartait will gald y

1 awH . 5V- '-"

jii-:y t I. rait a. r

mi': ;

.ill

K -i r
I J I I,
at
pink.
25c
ITALIAN BARK
ASHORE 00 THE
OUTSIDE BEACH
SMALL SQUARE RIGGER ALINE,
EXACTLY TWO MONTHS AT
SEA. RAN UP ON SANTA ROSA
ISLAND LATE FRIDAY AFTER-
NOON.
Hailing January T from Cadig far
Peneacota, and being; Juat two month
at ea. th amall Italian berk Aline,
Captain Nor kola, Tt ton, had a rath rather
er rather aaddening termination of br voy voyage,
age, voyage, for. at :10 o'clock Friday af afternoon,
ternoon, afternoon, the email aea-golng veeeel.
failing- to respond to her helm, ran
manor at a point about twelve mllea
aeola llfht, and Captain
ival ve.terdav In a amall
Ital ye.teroay in a amau
a.t of f'entit
Nrko!. arrl
Tianinc iol. wnwo waa r...i..a
the lach. and on th ound aide, wa
the tlrat Information of the l ark a
predi'-ament.
Th captain hunted up Mr. Caflero,
Italian conaul at Peneacola, and lal 1
before him the etory of th bark. ,
troub!.. Mr. Caflero Immediately j
cabled the Information to th vewsel. '
owner. In Genoa, and la cie author-j
Ity ta received thia morning. Mr. Ca Caflero
flero Caflero will rerrat hla !lt t t9he Aline
today an i look after tha callage of
th vessel. !
Aboard a eteamer yeeterday, Mr.
Carters, Mr. ttliver. re.ldent agent f..r
the marin underwriter.; Captain I. 11.
Aiken, owner of th tug-boot f let .
here, mad a trip to the acene, and
formally conducted a aurvey, Mr. Ca- ;
f.ero eeln to the eomfort of th -crew,
who hair eatahliehed m camp
on tha beach, and getting a first -fund!
atory aa to how tha veeael lan. 11 in
auch a predicament.
Captain Norkola Uted that h tud-
tJenly found hlmeelf too rb to th '
shore, and that, with th atrong (
westerly wind. It waa aJmoat lmp.a-1
aitie to put off to deep water, claim- i
Ing that th Aline did not respond j
tu her helm. H met aoroe of hi a i
countrymen her and himaelf waa In'
cable communication taat night with
hi. owner in th old country.
rpon returning- to th city Mr. Ca.
f.ero reported that th vel appeared I
to be reetlrg ey, and It waa thought j
could be pulled off without a great j
deal of trouble. Th surveying board board-thought
thought board-thought it wa. quit feauHl to pull j
the Aline from the aandy bed here
th veal rested througtumt th night. !
QUICK ACTION WANTED
When on la couching- and .pitting
with tickling throat, llghtne. In
cheat. orene In throat arid lung
when head 1 achis.g and the whi
body racked with rough that won t
permit aleep h wanta immediat re relief.
lief. relief. Thousand, aay Foley. Honey and
Tar Compound la the ureet -and
j quo-keel acting medicine f.r cougha.
joM. croup and la gr:pi. IfAlvm-

, A I I 1 1
;-0t)fr,Vf't TvO
GAilT RETURNS
F R 0 1,1 CHICAGO
GENERAL REPRESENTATIVE OF
MARSHAL FIELD A CO. AND
GENERAL MANAGER OF EVER
LASTING FABRICS CO. BACK
HOME.
T. !& 5ant returned l.m FrbUv
from Chicago, where he t.iol been for
th paat ten day. on a buainejia viait
Mr. riant 1. the general representative
of Marahal Field & Co. and general
manager of th KverUating Fabric
Co. and hi visit to Chicago wa. In
connection with thee two big flrmn
and to aupcrvlee new purchaalng for
the Kverlaatlng Fabrlca Co. .tore In
I'ennait
Mr. tiitnt'a new pur haae for the
'enaacola .tore ar now arriving: and
h will have a.rmethtnf new to allow
J I'maacda public.
,J'nrrm! bualnoaa rondltlon. h aay.
Jn
of tl)0 Vi,untry u,X th Houth
i to ,mv yr a( a- n
Im lance of the country.

.... . 1 ZT

A S harbingers of Spring the very hand
some displays of Woman's Ready-to-Wear
(larments are beautiful to behold in
two senses Heautiful in themselves and
welcome in that they presage the most de delightful
lightful delightful of all the seasons.
Our splendid assortments include
'handsome suits in both wool and silk,
Suranious dresses of silk, pussy willow
and Grasse tie London.
Chic Spring Blouses of silks and ling lingeries.
eries. lingeries. Also beautiful evening dresses and
specially designed dancing frocks.
Altogether the displays here are stun
ning in assortment, and unapproachable:
in corectness and elegance of design.
You are cordially invited to call thi:i
week and view them.

:.r3TF :

AOD L1AUGES
FOR PAST m

RECORD OF STATIiTIC WHICH
HAVE BEEN PILED tINCE LAAT
RE PORTED, IN OFFICE OF CITY
CLERK AND COUNTY JUDOE.
Rlrtha. deatha and marrUf f ,
filed for record during1 th. put week
in tha offtcea of th. city clerk and th
county Judo, wert aa follow.:
Whit. Dalhe.
Urn. Mary I- Ja kaon. 74 year.,
pneumonia.
Cleorga A. Hall. TI veara. rh.uma rh.uma-tlam.
tlam. rh.uma-tlam. Mra. Harah ElStabcih Macon, il
yeara, pneumonia.
Mr., iviisabeth Auguttua Carter, tl
ear. labor pneumonia.
Andrew Manning. AS yeaa. blood
poiaoning.
Mra. Km ma I. Petaiaon. 41 yeara
aeptlcaemia.
Calaeod D.alH.
Sufcan Ciaik, IS yeara general debil debility.
ity. debility. Ha ion Arpolonarta, 14 yeara, aup aup-pre.aion
pre.aion aup-pre.aion or urln.
Ilulert Meekina, 31 ytar., acu( In-
dlgeetton.
Infant c.f U SmltU and a If, .tlll-
brn.
Whit Birtlia.
To lUatiano i'aironi and wlfa, ft
toy.
To Camilla Magre an-1 tf. a girl.
' To ilarcua K. Covinjrton an J wifa,
twlna.
To Arthur M. U Neal and wlfa,
boy.
Color! Birtha.
I To felmar KJaarii. ad wifr, a boy.
To Ch.rlc Ardia and wife, a girl.
To l Hmlth and l!e a girl -Lic.ni.d
to W.d.
The following marilag tUentet
wre teeued during th past week by
Judge Henry Hellinger, county judge:
Whit. MarHB.a.
N. n. F.thrldg to Irnm . Brown.
V. I. Calloway to Klla tlrlffin.
Win. M. Waler tku Klmjta Rich
anla.
Ketton II. Kvan. to Eilna M. 8kln
per.
Oeo. N. Itee! to K.tle trDonovan.
Andrea- Cuiihlnc to tkra Mannttf.
John King to Cora Vtorhe.. ,
Caored Marriig.a.
Jniee Va!ker to Corlnn Cook.,
Charlie L)ona to Ida Hrad'.ey.
Jake McHitnaUl ta Charlott Adam.
A Social
will to fytn H)r lh
Ladies of the Civic League
at th. hm r Mr. M, C. tta, aa
North Baylen Strtat,
i
Friday Afternoon, at 4 a'clacK,
Kerry lady In f'etiaarola lntratd !
tha welfare f th city I. Invited.
Bay Excursion
Sunday Afternoon
Th. L.re. .nd Commodious Fasanoor
ttaamar
SLouio ILDoOIvo
Accmmndatlon fee 400 a.aaange.
Will leave tti end of IHUtfoi Wharf
at 1 p. ni , for a trip around liarbor
uiitti( tli Navy anl. Aeronautical
aettool, tttleiilpa. tor'il boala nd(
aubotartnea. !o fort H.trant'aa, Fort
M Ha and Fort tMrkena, .nd a trip to
the eittrante of th gulf.
Faro tlound Tirlpt 2Sc
P. J. Williams, Manager.
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THF PENSACOLA JOURNAL, .SUNDAY CORNING, MARCH 7, 1913.

i

LA-iZY FELT MATTRESS
n.oo tsh, f
SiOO Week.

lie kind that never grow a iiard and lumpy and
nev needs renovation. An occasional sun bath
kee it sweet, clean and comfortable for years and
yes
Ve cat to sleep, but we sleep to live, the cry for
$lc being ever greater than the cry for food, al al-thch
thch al-thch life depends upon both. Sleep itself has
betproven to be of far greater importance than
foe
live us a call and let us show you the La-Ezy
FcMattress. v

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ITS

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XFURNITURt

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nnaiHffriiWtfiia.

COHPANYg

S. if

YOUR IK CHILD

S COIISTIP TED

LOOK ATTOHGUE
IF CROSS, FEVERISH OR BILIOUS
GIVE -CALIFORNIA SYRUP OF
FIGS."

LOCAL LETTER
CARRIER Ifl THE

SERVIGE23YRS ;

CAMP WALTON. )

Ctmp Walton, March The weath weather
er weather la getting warmer. blrda are sing singing,
ing, singing, everybody busy, rtehtng. boating
etc. Spring ta fast approaching an J
all wishing for "rood old summer

time."

Quite a few crabs are coming In.
hey ara earlier than usual this sea

son.

. Quite a party of ladies visited "The
j Ki StuJio" lujt Sunday. They walked
CHARLES a VAN MATRE, WHO IS through I ha woods ar.cj enjoyed th

walk Immeneely, Tha iTy constated

N matter what alia your chld,
gentle, thorough taiative ehr.uld al always
ways always be the first treatment given.

If your little on la out-of-sorta,
haJf sick. Isn't reet'.ng, eating and ac-

i ting naturally look. Mother! see. If j
tongue la coated. Thla ta a aure s Sen j,

thai it a little stomach, liver ana tow tow-j
j tow-j eis are clogged with waata .When
I cross. Irritable, feverteh. stomach sour.
breath bad or has stomach-ach, dia diarrhoea,
rrhoea, diarrhoea, aura throat full of cold, give a
( teaapoanful f "California l rup of
Figs." and In a few hours all the con constipated
stipated constipated poiaon. undigeeted food and
sour bile gently motes oat of lta httie
; bowels without griping, ind you have
; a well, playful chUd again.
I Mothra can rent eaay after gluing
thla harmlaM "fruit laatire. be be-caa
caa be-caa It never falla tti cUanee the Utile
one' a liver an! bowela and weten the
; atomach and they dtrly love lta ileaa ileaa-ant
ant ileaa-ant taate. Full dlrentlona for baMen,
s children of all agea and for grown-upa
! printed on each lot tie.
J Beware f counterfeit fig Tiir
! Aag ytmr lmggit fr a EO-oent bottle
of l"allfornla rup of Fl;" then
' aee that It la made by the "CaUforn!
irlf fyrup Company." (Adv)

STILL ACTIVE IN THE PENSA PENSA-COLA
COLA PENSA-COLA POSTOFFICE CELEBRATES
23RD ANNIVERSARY.

THE AFTERMATH

By J. M. Tate.

It n bl-rtl r i t m. tt at irth
Any ' f mi'fi 1 ,:", hm a a-ore of
in !(( h4 &tmhit at the
hoep e rep'. I. !! f Mr. m! Mrs.
H. Jnntt, prominent rllUftn of
CuttJh!!. Th" M-r(..n t- 'e
t rra! " one. lttilfa trt.n
th day of our Ird and Haxiour.
e Invited tu itne the cere cere-monhtrh
monhtrh cere-monhtrh waa to cmi, automate the
h4i r of
Twisi wit'' -ut a mrtgle thought
T(VU thit lat one."
TJ"r t !r g f irt!e wre a i-oJ
fie Vittae Hiiln n.ost popular

Ivr-u ("'t. The I I il a M ,

Jiit. lirniicll the protty and -totrii
i daughter of our htt. The
tr.a fr. Charlfa J. Ivey the
pr l ( yfuiiig eon of Ju 1e O. N".
Ievilat etii.-rprlwlng pioneer who
crniJ fctfttiv in founding Ct
tg.U !'! forinizir x it iih re-fiftr-.l
thrift itiifii. The .-.fide
ltil m ! t-'i.tjuittea f I?i.b I?i.b-erffh
erffh I?i.b-erffh F ho and (n commitment
to lr instructor had Invited him
in !m:.ntert'tt rapacity t' of'li ute.
icrnn rv ; h eh united fr
life happy tvtupl.', followed by
tttcnratuUt..r.a .f the aaprmlded
nut If-rtv eiji'-ca f.r thr'.r fii fii-tuifokjrity
tuifokjrity fii-tuifokjrity twv Itig been eterded.
lire ifiVttrd l the m-oloia din-

I'Uff tjrlnga. The major waa a brtl brtl-I'.mt
I'.mt brtl-I'.mt or vernational.at. we I Informed
a to c-rrre-nt eventa. I h previously
n t Mm at tearhrra" InatMutes and
' M-ni r al maaa meetingi and had
eri.), hia contrlbsjtiona. My admr admr-attou
attou admr-attou for the man waa tmreaael by
f:r.dirtr hi m a gallant aolller who In
aouth had left behind him
t h ht any time entertained any
b!. e.titral prejjtlieea. and had lden
ttf.etl r'rnioSf with our Intereata. It

; ar. aay tranaitinn from tha Hpan Hpan-'.Kh
'.Kh Hpan-'.Kh War to that of tha Civil.
In ticuaa!ng the latter, tie d'd so
wHh4t bitternea or actiinony, ac.
irutng to the aogthern aolJier tha
honeaty of hia con vlrtlona. elng
my tVT.ffderat. im.tge, ha renmraed,
"l ee Irfear. that i rera In tha
Kuuihern army." "To wh.ch aertlon
ere juu aanitined T' In anawertng
that I m attached to tha army In
Virginia, we found by comparlswm that
he and 1 had .fn engnged In tha aama
battle more than once, antf when he
akel If I was in the Ind Hatt.a of
Wlncheater. I replied that I had been,
and furthermore It waa In that battla
t ! tnineil my a word aa a mark of re re-cent
cent re-cent promotion. l"r,n hia reueet I
related the inrldenta aa I hava given
thtm in the beginning of thla article.
The major l-aidea being irifted aa a
copveraatlona'iat waa alao an adtn adtn-Uve
Uve adtn-Uve llirner. lie laughed heartily at

Irjol. b're u h. vji i f il rfpat a(the virloua pnnta of humor aa I ra

nt fan pt .!.! (.er ! i ir n-

ti-'i!": ( t:.- tn.lhr of the
'Tl After -4tUrm; to rr; t' t!..ti. th
r a n a ha' i- fume of m'nd and
atate with the or'.d, vrre ron ron-!m!
!m! ron-!m! to the ". r iin, w here in
fim of i r t'.rt"' we r e if.
rol t't enjoy j .-var and enKaje in
i.ii:rv the t ;(. i.f the day.
tr--ni w t with h' afn What
thl i 'H- th the Philippine ! !-'lit
'lit !-'lit but w.ta h flvhtful p'-!:! on
'! flitted t..t-a anion kI the great
pya of thf Wi.rbl, irv- to ),e
icil thrine of th Vjtnoi.a grouoa.

trd thm, eapet-bdiy the diararded

'.-hvrona and the rebuke t had re-
ive-l from tierv. Rhodea. Gradually
the otht-ra brnan to aurrou id us and
!''t-ned to my re-iuL All foilowad
t C attentively, but when a cams to
ti e .;r( hrra I had taken the sword
and hat frro a wounded officer, !
foun 1 Major M. atiil attentive, but
with n inirti-nce tu intrrrupt. ra ra-tre.;ned
tre.;ned ra-tre.;ned rnly through c-urty. When
I arrived at that point when I con con-!'Ierd
!'Ierd con-!'Ierd the moat humorout. and r
p-Hted the retort of the untaliied o -

VML . 1 .. i. J! "f '.' !
elated my atwry, I found Major Mark Mark-ley
ley Mark-ley patiently awiltng the laughter to
eubstda apparently oblivious to the
humor that provoked it, and qulet!y
aaid, "Profeaaor. what brcume of that
sword r "X waa for a short time a
temporary priaoner and during that
period loat my aword. Am I I rized it
highly, I would give fifty doilara for
Its poaaeaelon. "And." I repllL "1
would gla thrlre that amount to re re-etora
etora re-etora It If U proved toJ-e yoiira. Hat
unfortunately for me, I !t my aword
on May ISth. i6i, under almoat Iden Identical
tical Identical circumstances. Peing detxperattly
wounded, I was left for a whUe un un-conaidoua
conaidoua un-conaidoua on the battle field, and when
regaining conackmaneaa In the field

hospital, found that all my beintnga
bad bean appropriated."
Whll there was wanting M II other
clrcumaianrea to convlnfe tia .with that

wi had met ea h other tn ih bat'le bat'le-f.eid.
f.eid. bat'le-f.eid. atiil It had a auffit iency of n -manra
atout tt to cauae each of ui to'
dealre a cloaer acj amt.in 'e. l"nf r r-tunately
tunately r-tunately for me, at leaet. 1 was
rded thla privilege. Major Marb.ley del
about three years later mourned unJ

, lamented by the community at !ar

He left behind him a wife and diuf li liter,
ter, liter, two sona ona a commercial tr tr-veler,
veler, tr-veler, the other a mlntater of the V nl nl-veraallat
veraallat nl-veraallat church. 1 have never had the
ppottunity of meeting thee surviv surviving
ing surviving relative, but If this incident should
meet their eyes I desire that they may
be assured that tt waa penned as a
tribute of aatcem and reepeot to a
brave and gallant aoldler. by a quon

dam enemy converted into an admir admiring
ing admiring friend.
'me of the W f d i ng guests t exid'-a
Major Marhiey have been removed by
tha hand of death. Judte I-evy
burled In tha Cottage ll:il cemetery.
Mr. and Mrs. 11. J. Uennett are now
citlaena of Ivneacola. Mr. C J. Ivey
alao a cttiren of Penactl la the hon honorable
orable honorable chairman of Keranthu County's
Democratic Eiefutlve t'dfnmltUo, nd
partner In The II. II. Thornton A 'o
Insurance. Mra, Ievey, his estermal.le

wife, one a teacner In th piJ

achoola of your city, now a matron

aides over domestic affairs and i er-

eon.v!;y supervtaea tha education of hei
Intelligent ooya. lads ,in their teen,
for future atatesmanah'.p. Tho writer
still lingers to rejoice In tha memories
of the past and to felicitate h maeif
on the hallowed aasoxlations that have
gained for him auch estimable friends.

Charles G. Van Matre. one cf tha
be known of lot al letter carriers,
hist Tinnday celebrated his 'iZrd in
niver;ry as an employe of Uncle Sam,
He has ho n that long in the service
and ba worked almost ateadily at tha
wmk. Thrra ar few p-cp: In Pen Pen-si
si Pen-si cola wh di not know gonial
"ChatUe" Van Matre, and ha knows
everybody et.xe.
Thre wre only five carriers In the
Pt -naucola j'.-iMnffi.t in lh'Ji, when Mr.
Van Matre entered the service. Tha
carriers at Cat time were required

to alo do clr;caj duty. The Incoming j r.jat of Mrs

inai waa rcceivea anu awnoriea oy
Carriers Van MJitre and Pted Htcarna.
Carriers Smith and Mays srted the
Pi r while another rarrler waa de.
ta b-d in time to the gnral delivery
:n. imii window, both tf these win windows
dows windows having ben attended by tha
one 'rj! l.iye, and after the mail Was
received and distributed, tha rarrler
bad to work up their own route.. Of
outfre nil thla required a great d Al
more work than the bare eight hocrs
per day which carriera ara now lira lira-lt
lt lira-lt d to. This taxitig of the carrW
time ran up an over-time charge by
the carrirra of ths I'nited states whicli
ot the go rntr.ent more than 2,00;0, 2,00;0,-("0.
("0. 2,00;0,-("0. and J.K-al carriers were remem remem-Iwred
Iwred remem-Iwred in thia distribution.
Carrier Van Matre has served under
many tulmlnletrations. Cight appoint
ed and thre acting postmasters huvs
teen In charge sine Mr. Van Myfra
baa b n there. They were aa fol follow:
low: follow: M-Jor Humphreys, Captain Wrs.
!. le. Ir. A. J. Pollock. Ilia if. Uob Uob-inson,
inson, Uob-inson, tlwo terma), Capt. W. II. North North-tip.
tip. North-tip. Captain A. O. Fell, rod tha pres preset
et preset t poat master, lienj. H. Hancock, and
M-oirs. W. A. J. PollMk, F. I. Mer
ritt and ltie Partridge, acting pot-niif-tir..

HOTICE.

WE HAVE MOVED OUR LAW OF.
FICES TO NOS. 300, SOt AND 303
(THIRD FLOOR) AMERICAN NA NATIONAL
TIONAL NATIONAL BANK BUILDING.
R. P. REESE.
JNO. P. STOKES.
Smch't

of Mlasrs Agnes. Susia and Joxi Ga

loch. Uracw Coiey, Ann: Ounn, Mra.
Fre terkh. Mrs. James and Mra W. C.
Prjor.
Miaa Annie Ounn of Fair-port, ar arrived
rived arrived on Capt. Frit Uat Sunday to ba
tha rxicn of Mra. W. C. rryftr for an
indefinite time.
Mlas (lrac Cdey, went away today
to hr home in Century to the regret of
her many frleda here. Fh was ac ac-compat
compat ac-compat led by little Miss Anga Iryor.
who will Join her father at Jay, where
aha will enter school for the remaining
four weeks of ths term.
Mr. C.rover C, Land left on ths
launch Ruth yeaterday morning for
Prownsvltle, Mlaa., where he will spend
a month training with the Brooklyn
league team.

Mrs. fnd demained here to be ths

W. C. Fry or for ta ln

definite period

Mr and Mra. Griffith ara occupying
Mr. W. II. tplreys pretty new cottage
Mr. Nichols and son arrived on ths

"Curia" aat Saturday and they with

Mrs. Nichols have rented Mr. Royce's

cottage for a few weeka.

Mr. and Mra. Williams and Mr. Ryan

who have spent th past two months at
njlfview hotel, returned today to their
home In Crown point, Ind. Also Mrs.
PUks and her charming daughter. Miaa
Sadie of Chocago, and Messrs Wurts

and Baney of Crown PolnL Ind, went
a?ray today. They have all made our
lift: camp quite lively and everyone
regrttted to see them go, even though
they prrmjed to com back In the

falL

Mr nd Mrt Pryor were pleasant

ftieata of Mas. J. J. McCasklll at a

chicken dinner last Sunday. Mrs. Mc-

Caskili is quite a good cook and her

dinner was much enjoyed.

Mrs. Clarence Wright waa the plea.

ant guest of Mra W. C Pryor last

Punday afternoon.

Mr. and Mra O. C t.nd. Mesera.

Hlalney Rrooks, Don and Hadlev

lilnaon and Miss Grace Coley and
Annie Ounn were gruenta at Indlanola

Inn" laat Monday evening at a tame

duck supper, which waa much enjoyed
by all present.

Mra W. C Pryor sraa a pleasant

ruest of Mrs. J. J. McCasklU last Fun

day afterno3n at sl o'clock tea.

Mra Willis of HowelL and Mrs. Wil

liams of Panama City were pleasant
guest at "Indianota Inn" last Tueaday

ID

CONFESSES TO THE -

MURDER OF MERCHANT
Ancelea, March . -Alfred Pells
cvttfewsrd today, accordir.g to police.

that be murdered Mrs. Jacob VoKel

In h r Oakland home February 11 and
that a man who accompanied him
k.Hfd her husband. Vogel was a re

tired banker.

Ktdls la said to have tolj detectives
he had heard the VogeJs kept 14000

In tblr home, but found only Z,

fn conremit.n, police said, rame
eftr he had been promised Immunity

from hanging The man who killed.

Vok I has not Wen arrested.

d rr, "Who got here firal. You or me?"

If a ti.y "i fortune tt ie enter- Ail laughed Immodet ately. IHkinsT to
tat by M)i-r 11. 1. Martiky of are how my main audience appre-

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af oars lfcw th ailme- caa baeanUe and tarelyerqaaead at hnoa wlthettt tk Caerr a4
of aa errt-"fu Vha swa are nwaa, aej atia i ar ) Ui as!. rvm en Ma ta inM

1 tkw( in ami ha! uSa-, U r botna traatfrieni t for yawns eki. Ta gaaa aS Dek Dek-m
m Dek-m I i!irunt tt-w t wtTCi itmi ax kea t. bmroaia). Irrvau-aniiaa. beaUaKawi, an4 In I
t i li T'ues wf'mw att re- ra tUe.-a to p-ir&pmtn and beaith. Tail ma a yoa ara airrwl aoovt
I f ' ' 'f hr. KamwhMW It ma yaw aoSa aa five aiy tinma traalaeat a taa gari rnat. and
h nrtrrp wna tiatiy wrt. U ftMbti a awtk ttlitai tr. 'Hm ktwi t ttr it Sr tJ

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Audits. Examinations.

R. T. RAINES
Public Accountant. Auditor.

401 American National Bax
TlttPHONg. sua. PiNWCOUA, FLA.
Accounting Systems. EfSciency Engineer.

THEY KNOW ITS SAFE.
Parents who know from etpertenes '
lnalet upon Foley's Honey snd Tar
Compound when buying a medicine
for coughs, cfdda. croup and la grippe.
C. T. l.unceford, Waahtngton, C5a,
wHtee: "I have used It for s! yeai.

and tt never ha failed. I think it i
the boat remedy mad for cou?hs snd
colda" irAlemberte's Fharmao

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features
Price $670

The HzeMt automobile t&juo

gf.crcd for lets than $1,000.
A fast, powerful and handsome,
awet-runmnj car.
Hold the road at 50 mllea an hour.
All the hih priced features of high
priced roadsters.
High tension magneto; sliding (rear
tranamUsion; hand drire, center
control, anti-gkid txrea on rear.
The production of 60,000 Maxwell
during the coming Tear makes the
price of $670 possible.
With Cray & Dari electric self.

starter and electric lights $55 extra. fJ

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15 East Chase Street Piune 854.

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Hart SchafTner & Marx, and
Kirschbaum Suits
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Steamship "DOROTHY'

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PALMER COLLEGE

reFuniak Pprtngs. Flortda. March .
Xtr. and Mra W H Osrfi-1-) and Mrs.
Turner of Pene&eoia epent yeeter Jay
at tha college with Miss Adelaide Uar Uar-feld.
feld. Uar-feld. Mrs. W. A. Ray of renaacoia, pent
Saturday at the dormitory with hr
three children who ar students of
Palmer College.
Miss Laura Miller srent the wrek
end In Freeport With her parenta.
Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Curry who have

heen spending some weeks at the cu - i

lege, left TVedneaday morning for their
home In Dublin, Virginia.
The Flev. Mr. Gordon of Cvir.gton.
Georgia, who ftlied the pulpit of the
Freahytertan church Sunday morning,
conducted the chapel mnittt Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday morning and made an Interesting
addreaa to the students
Judge Porter of Grand Ri,?ga mad
an -excellent talk to the student body
at the Friday morning chapel service.
On Sat ur J.ny morning Mr. Gary f or ortune
tune ortune of Asbville, North Carolina ar

rived to begin his work aa professional
coach of the college be !.l team.
Mr. Fortune baa atarlei th t-oj a at
hard and swift practice, and already
the team la In gHd tritn, and th I a
are enthuaiaeUe. A gme t-eteen the
White and White t-m of l' nai . i
and I'almer haa ten scheduled fur
ISaUrday afternoon Maria the sla.

SAN CARLOS HOTEL.
Gee. H. Haevey. Maasaleg Dtractar
Pensacolas Pride.

WAR IS HELL !
So is a leaky roof. See
U3 about yours. Phone 310
LEE LUMBER CO.

SAVF. 50 CENTS

A Gooa a-OUNTAIN tVBINOI Da.
Itreg Anywsee tar rs.
Worth iJBL
The Central Pharmacy,

Pheoea, 177. tTl.

The Parlor Market
-Hs.we ef All That's Pure
Fresh Western Meats,
POULTRY, FOG AND CRttM
cnoctaits
PHONES t7-T?,

Waiingness to Oblige
""pHE public has a right to something more than perfunctory
service from those who supply its telephone needs.
There is something more to a telephone service than mere merely
ly merely placing at the disposal of the public adequate telephone
equipment.
Courtesy, willingness to oblige and patience, under trying
conditions on the part of telephone employes, promote
friendly feeling and are essential to the best kind of tele
phone service

SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE
AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY

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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING. MRCH 7. 1915.

Diamond Tires satisfy

99 of tlieir users
That means an awful lot

It means built-in mileage of the
stia-diest sort and the price
honest find low, not padded.
This letter explains it:
"Ft iiadelrhia, November 23,

V hev thin tt w;i interest yoa w mow '
tht out t f 15 CO Diamond case ol4 thi year
up to Oct jlwr h'St. th camber that hav been
irtutnt .1 to ui i n !sutmtnt mounted to
than on per cent. This w consider remark remark-able
able remark-able showing, and speak volume f.r th
quality that Is but:t into Diamond Tire. About
ninety fr cent of th total number old were
Sq ree Treads, which w consider th ttrt
tt. vsia w can e?!cr our customer. Th
service renders J fcy tin typ t4 tir I consist consistently
ently consistently umiurtn.
CHILD'S TIFK COMPANY,
-Per Ch, J. Roth."
And other dealers all over the country
tell the same story.
Added la the wonderful Diamond
Service, you can now buy Diamond
Squeegee Tread Tire at the following
"FAIR-LIST" PRICES:

rv.amond Diamond
!vi-eg fciuf-
30 a 3 TsM!5 34 s 4 $20.35
30m3t' 12.20 234 2370
32 x 3 i 14 00 37 x5 3190
-. t 4 go CO f 3- a V 4AOO

PAY NO LSORC
a P s i.toj 1.10.1
You Need
Never Be
Without
Fresh Fish
You can them
licsc :,t all time simply
1 1 ir 171, an I
Vvt"li
cud thorn.
v h.ne jiHt received
a fine line i freshwater
Sil. an 1 i.niih Mack Mackerel.
erel. Mackerel. You and the other
trtnlcr i.f the fariily
u ill enjoy m.hic - f them
a a change.
THE PARLOR
MARKET
21G South Palafox St
. I'lmno. ir:!-in
ST. ANDREWS.
f I'l.flAL 1" Till jnrilXAL
Arrived,
Tug H' Kicg from l'Mi.ico!a with
tw, -i.i. .?t .': of two l ire bruk
fd ti,r build'.r g tnatfriil.
hm. K Arrie ,i:il Jtra if, h-m from
New 'rli'n litfht,
Mcim'-lip Tsrjion, west but.i on
s hcdiile.
Am. 'Jin schooner. Iniy I'arl.n.
t'l immer, St fr-un Tantpa. load at
Gal Co. wharf for W.t India icUntc
Cleared ad fiaCed.
Am. 4m. scho,.u-r, J- M. llllwell,
Itowdert. for I'htladr'phla With 8tf,0u
sup. f-et lumbr.
Am. 2m nrh.ii.wT, John Francis,
I tow din, for hanto I'.njii go city with
T-1 feet iti-h pin lumber.
Tug -a King with l t,f three

GIRLS! BEAUTIFUL. GHARMNi Hi!,
HO BAlliUff-25 CENT DMSfflE

TRY THIS
DOUBLES BEAUTY OF
YOUR HAIR AND
FALLING OUT.
STOPS IT
Your h:r cms bgM. wavy, n,f-
f), '',i'ia.int and sp; oars tia soft. Hi-
troua and tH-a-Hiful a a yot.c;; gsrl-
.-e ,,,.-,. hair cleanse." Just
a
trs th is moisten a
t! I iti-r;n ncl
tiro th M-ur h.'ir,
iktiiiiiii ,t a tm". Ti
hair vf dust, 1 1
.th with a lit-
erf !' V if iw 't
I i:i one sm-- '!
will ,-U-anse the
a'ol tktTM.Vf nil

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I'.Khtera f"r f'enatla.
iiw. k Ann! and Jennie Iced win
departed for tha snai pet- banks this
rnornsijjf.
Psrsonsl Msntitn.
A construction train la haul trie lay
fri.m ner Vriur.tion J 'or the new
riiroa,d terminal. tt.a l8fbiUI
ground and other Improvements. It
s 1 1 car to te biph-grade material for
the purpose,
Mr. Merrttt ha re-enllj- moved Into
his new hme on Hickory street.
Sir. Manor, eon due tor m the A. A
ft. A. H. railway, In a n"s rituen and
! l located ccrtwr Auburn avenue anl
I KoMer street.
j Mr. Huberts, er.ii'nef r on the same
' ri;d, renide.1 in i.'f'ffirw rre avenue,
ne.ir t he bunk.
I Ir. GaKrd, another employee, re-
! on Huena 'Ij-ia av n j.
j ther employees and oftlf.als con-
' tfrns Sate Jolnln our growing' pt pula-
I tN ti in the rer f jture.
J Mr. and Mrs. Kd M.oker are re-
ijoHtnf over the arrival cf a fine girl
! bsby.
! .Mr. nr.d Mra. I!!ntn l;i!!ny ar
' eq'i.-tMv Jubilant over a f.i;i baity boy.
Tl iiiiirk' r I wwn wilt S'.,,n ren
.Hul thT is attivlty ami ng the nil-
, ; i:,-n in nifim iiii fn e
oo...a "-'""
lencft Mts 1 the iKit iD.l comli'tong f,r :
l. !! ti:i grounds, but v th very f-w
hi fitiotm. there Is an tne reusable ah.
fi-iii? of sbrubbry sod il ers, with
out which tio home tnrt he at f ractivt.
at d it in si mu.-h tin. re omrntial here
in He ci.sn) south, where tnany kir.da
of !lnifi aud i'l.m! log !' . Wl I
I l.B'ni all winter, and I t never fail-
1 v; ui;r i f U !-tt to oi;r visitors
frotn ihc north. "I'l tnt ro ue dowers."
N U to Try and Wear Our Your
Cold It W.il Wsr Yom Out Instead
i Thmiind keeo on nufferlng 'oot
.i nd t'oUls throiittil t) i.ln i and r!etay,
i Why make ymjrs''lf an f inv r,rcy to
J n,,i. admenfa and nii mica as tho
result 'f a i eg lei t I'd Co:d? Coughs
atol ". l is sap yr.i.r tretiitth nd vi vitality
tality vitality unless hi:"1--it the early
stitgea. lr. Ktngs New I'ruuvrry la
w' t You need the lirt do-. helps.
1 cur head lir up. voii breath
frel and pm feci " nuch better,
Puy a bottle today and tart taking
stl on. e. t Adv.)
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HEAVY LOSS BY FIRE
OF SCHOOL 13UIL0INGS
Warrer.Kl'urg, Mo. M an li All but
one building in Warren burg tate
Normal j hoo! here burned t ',i . T
loea Is estimated at half a ml! lion
do'.Urs. The chHd was attended by
;() students. A muss me tirnr -f clt clt-U
U clt-U nt voted to tl.r w teri every
church, schisd and b.aU in the city so
that senuons of the !;, J might be
cunt mued.
! rv. In jut a few m iv-n'i y I bv
itlou'le l the beaut v i f )u.!f h:r
)ttds beaut if C.ns; the t ii'.r at one.
Jtanderine itsH s every psrticia cf
dandruff; cleans, purif. and Inv.g-
iir.'iiK th s-'alp. forever stopping iters-
in e r.3 failit! b sir.
p , t f , ytti
i M'-,r A w t;.. ::fn you
i wl'l sn-tuaily to-w hair- tin ami
' '''-any at first yra - but rrally new
! ha:r ( :t,' ail over t.o- sa!i'
If
I
t iuc for pc-tty, soft h r , o 1 bus
,t ,ir '.v set a 3" cent !tt'.e cf
j Ii a. 'ton's .a nderlti ftoni ar.v dru i-
1 -fl toiiet otiuier, and ji;-t try if.
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A!( IS
A BIS SUCCESS
LARGE NUMBER OF TEACHERS
PRESENT AND THE PROGRAM A
MOST INTERESTING ONE.
BITOIAL TO THE JOURNAL
TeFutl k. March .-The Teivh'r'
Institute which U being held at Ie Ie-Punlak
Punlak Ie-Punlak Hprlngs. Fl., opened March
4i with an address of tKwii by
i'reldnt Kenneth Hi-.k of the nir-
tJ ChAutauqua.. iTofemior H. Fhlljjja
.f th edurationaJ department of tri
tstaie of H jrtda waa rr, 'K and r v
a very a.t ! addretta on the work of
the- educational bard and th condi conditions
tions conditions ct th puMic ix-honUs and th
efnrlfrtcy nt tha thera tt Went
FlorWa. Dr. Lincoln Hu'.ley, presi president
dent president of John II. Steunn University,
i"Pk at le-nfth of the Inspirational
ida of eHlsirut Ion and the valu of
Institute work. It was followed by
Hon. Jl.rhard T. Wyrhe. who empha emphasised
sised emphasised the part of plays, smes and the
story telling hour In tenchin. Mu!J
by Itwcoe'a orchestra lntrrtp rtH th
addresses of the morning
In tha afternoon the trarhers sra'n
assembled at 2:8 and listened to tie
orchestral concert and saw th prac practical
tical practical !1a of "Ilex-reatlona, Games and
tha Children's Playground" as pre pre-rented
rented pre-rented by Mr. Wyrhe. The lntltuls
tiildresses of the? afternwin were very
interesting. Surtntendent T. J. Mr Mr-I
I Mr-I nd if Holme county, spke of th
work don by the county superintend
dents In his special locality. The pa-
pr or Miss it seaman on -.Moral in-
Clone and Training as a Tart of
lMiKatlon" was especially interesting
and hoartily applauded. Mr. L
Smith of Walton eunty. gave an at Is
uiJiVs on "Institute Work and the
Value to ba IVrlved from r4me," while
Mr. I-lrink, a member of the school
board of Holmes county, spoke of t'ne
altj of ltituts work and paid sev several
eral several high tributes to th hutau hutau-qiiH
qiiH hutau-qiiH A. S. lidwards, superintendent
of lsoambia county, brought forward
tha essentia! elements of co-operation
and referred to the lntiut th in in-crease
crease in-crease of ml'.lags from V to 19 millet
In tha stata of Horida for educational
purpses, same to be levied at tiie
ciiretlen of Ihs board of education
In the various counties.
At fie evening hour Hon. Hichard
T. Wyche spoka on "The Meaning and
Valu of Ftory Telling; Its I 'lacs in
tha Hchool, Home, Da) ground. IJl rary
snd Kunday School." t;)utrnt!ng satns
with selections from lbimlet and giv
ing with telling effect the story of
St. Paul and that of ft Crristoj ht r.
Dr. Hulls Spssks.
The second dy of the instituti
on ned t 10 o'clock with a stnmg ad
drens by Ir. Lincoln Hulley, ho took
the general racial characteristics of
the people, showing the effect cli
mate sr.d locality upon htfitvidual
characteristics, and showing th work
t tit Wiis at fh hesd ol the public
schools r trie t nitcii Mates in i.ring-
in9 together in one unit the various
v, w . , ,
America from other countries. Super-
Intendent J T. IMamond of Hanta IJoa
upoKe at lensth on tie valu of pic pictures
tures pictures in improving con. btona in the
hiMils, show ing vw in-xarious !ris
o ttianta l!oia county ry the ukc? of
tills strong romparlSin be bad toen
ahi to build good si hoots in place of
shafitien which bad formerly ieii used
for thu purpocc Hfi s'.ho impt I
tl(on the audiem th iei-nity .f i-et-tcr
requirement s and ademated better
training and an age limit for teao'iers.
Superintendent I N". Trtman of Wal Walton
ton Walton county, siok at bmicth f th
great work i1onj by tti teai-hers
throughout Walton county nd of tiie
marked imvrovemeiit In conditions in
th last ear and of th efficiency of
Ihe educational force in I is section.
At 3 o'clock in the afternoon tha
delegates and toa'hers aialn rallied in
the larsr auditorium to the numi-er
f several hundred and listened to a
xery alilc address by Protestor W, M.
Kemper, president C)f Palmer college,
who spoke to the teachers on a subject
of vital importance, dealing wuth per personal
sonal personal aptieurance and address of the
individual and scholars in the s ho.
ronni and t'irouirhout the community
and of the newssity of incubating
higher ideals in the pupils. The value
of collegiate education as a requisite
for the teacher was alao emphasized
Mrs. Hiram W. Thomas spoke con concerning
cerning concerning the adoption of a Hird Piv,
and at her instance a motion was ui
by Pre-Sdeet Kenneth I'. rue of the
Klorid Chautauuua re'pir.M ;ng th?"
sta'e to set aside May 4t:, th irth irth-day
day irth-day of Audii!in.the nrcitholoct, for
this P trpoe. """his was seconded by
Prxifessor S Philips of the etate board
tf edui ati. n and was litian.mo isiy
adopted by a rising vote of the teach teacher.
er. teacher. Girls" Tonta Club.
Mis M 1 1 .e Warren siol.s of th
spleni I x ork .f the Girls' Toruatii
ciub and how they bad .nateriaHy ad ad-dl
dl ad-dl to the e ideational facilities of the
school sod in the home, while lrofks lrofks-sor
sor lrofks-sor J. T. Llttletoa, pre, lent of the
Thomas Memorial Industrial Institute
gave a very telling speech, dealing
i with th present pjaion of the teach
ing of literature, saying that the ban ban-dlirtf
dlirtf ban-dlirtf of iuih subjects as Hamlet and
kindred toi ls were often a fail ire in
the high ho..', and pu'dic si htwls
ijeraus the ta'hera ttiemves wer
not a part of the work and had r.-t
sufficiently mastered th suJet of i.t i.t-eratur.
eratur. i.t-eratur. Litera!i;re, accord. rg to ir.
Littleton, m t hrst iecoru a jart of
the t-. hrr bef re it n be s v ital
influence to the pup:!. Miss Minnie
I ip;vn ra a weq prepared parT
on the rural s-bMls. shw mg their tm-
porta roe ni th developmer.t -f th
in?i (dual ' d the cotirtry S"i a
followed t-y Mtas AU.or. w ha jeke

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Eayi B&ckacht ii a tiga yon tart btea
atir too math neat, wfciclx
forma trie acid.
When yo i wsks up with backache
sn.l dull misery in the kidney region it
generally means you hav been eating
too much meat, stys a weil -known
authority. m,-m forms uric add which
overworks the kidneys in their effort to
liter it from the blood and they tie tie-come
come tie-come sort of paralyted and toggy.
h"n your kidneys get sluggish and
clog you must relieve them, l.ke you
i relieve your txe!s; removing all th
body's urinous waste, else you h v
backache, sick beadacha, diatsy epl!s
your stomach sours, tottg is is coated,
and when the weather la bad you hava
rheumatic twinges. The urine Is cloudy
full of sediment, channels often get
sore, water araMs and you are obliged
to seek relief two orthre limes during
th right.
RUber consult a good, re'table physi physician
cian physician at once or get from your pharma pharmacist
cist pharmacist about four ounces of Jal ia!ts;
take a tablespoonfyl in a glass of atr
before breakfast for a few days and
your kidneys will thn act fine. This
f.mus salts Is roads from the acid
of grapes and lemon Juice, combined
with lithia. and has teen used for gen generations
erations generations to rln and stimulate slug
gish kidneys, also to neutralize arlds
in the urine so it no Winer irritatea,
thus ending bladder weakness.
Jad Salts la a life saver fur regular
meu eaters. It is inexpensive, cannot
injure and makes a delightful, effer effervescent
vescent effervescent lithia-water drink. 4Adv
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Phone 2(nf).
on physical culture In th schools, lay laying
ing laying si t ial mi haais on the fact that
the first essential was moral teaching,
the second physical education, and
then Intellectual training The audi audience
ence audience was at ae for half an hour lis listening
tening listening to the strains of Hoacoe's or orchestra
chestra orchestra as it played. "It's a Iauig, lauig
Way to Tlpperary." "Medley of Soot eft
Airs," and .Shubert'a "Serenade." This
was followed by an Institute address
by Ir. Lincoln Hulley, president of
John P. Stetson Pniversity. His them
was tli tnd, vidua) training of chl! chl!-dren
dren chl!-dren and the psychology of th child
mind. This was illustrated by many
telling anecdotes, was rich In quota quotation
tion quotation from Stanley Hall and other emi nent
psychologists who have devoted
time to child study. !r. Hulley is on
of the best speakers that baa ever been
at th li.rtda t hautauqua and It is
a matter of congratulation to the
teachers of West Florida that he has
tioen present. As a fitting close to
the gr.it afternoon, Hon. I ti bard T.
Wyclie showed the teacher how
game should be iia d It was an
interesting sight to see th tea her
and older ones taking part in the folk
games by th Chautauqua lake.
At 7 o'clock a reception was given t'
the teachers at the Industrial Insti Institute,
tute, Institute, iid at o',j,i( a ,irnd concert
was gixen hy the Itiheldaff er-Sklbin -rky
Concert Company.
on Saturday the teachers again met
st 10.30 o'i1o k and listened to an ad address
dress address by Professor S. Phibip on "The
Val.-.e of Ileal Kilin-itiuti," fib-hard T.
Vche K,)Xe several illustrations of
story te.Iitig and his int ri retat Ion of
the t'nei Itemu Siorits was heartily
niii'tol. Th or hestra plated several
seletius whic!i were followed by a
Oebxlitful half h-rtir umhr the dire dire-tlxn
tlxn dire-tlxn if Miss Margaret Stroh, w n i
siiowed Ihe use of th voice In educa education,
tion, education, xvhlh was illustrated by sex ral
s le t ion. Suierlntcnderit K. I-. Prlsr Prlsr-rnan
rnan Prlsr-rnan f May county spoke eloquently
in an ad-tress -n the work of the in.
stitute, whilo Professor W. M. Hen Henderson
derson Henderson r ad a paper on "MoraPty and
Its Pla- e in the Public S hod." This
xx a followed by an able discussion by
lYofesR.ir J. A. Iouglas who treated
"The me Kooin Country School." A
telegram was read from Professor
Sheat startlna that he was ill with
srij-p in Tallahassee and could not
s-ttend the Institute tun riffcrtr.g his
I et wishes.
At J o'clock Hon. I'.i- hniond Peat si
Ilr.bsort gae a great iectur to the
lea heip and jwpl -f West PJorida.
About S'HM) were present, at the clos
of which there was a brief business
meeting of the institute. The county
superintend r.ta of the various coun coun-t
t coun-t with the pr -ider t f Palmer
oliege and the Industrial institute anl
Presoiet.t Kcntieth i 't ui e of the Flor Florida
ida Florida ),.uta u-4 i., were appoitited an all
ex, ilixe comriUfee with full puxxers
to act f r the ijtitute to be held the
first wee in Man h at the nrtt Chsu Chsu-tauqua
tauqua Chsu-tauqua In lil Kv ry .ne was bu 1
in praise of th,s great institute. It
ie estimated that some s.m teachers
a'tei .iei fr..m the Wet l londt coun counties
ties counties on these different d.js.
HEALTH PROMOTES HAPPINESS
Without health, genuine Joy la im-
possible, without g.snl d.gettot) and
regular lw ! movenient you cannot
have t al" h Why neglect keeping
bowel c',cri and risk being sick and
a hrg? You don't l.xe to. Take or
mwii nr. Kicg s New Life tll at
jc;thi, n the morning you w ill have a
I full, frw bowel movenwnt i. feel
j ciui b be tier. He'.p lour sppetile and
j d-icstion. Try t.n tori'gbt. (Adv.)

COOK.

Cok. March . -Mesdame Walters
and Cox visited Lynn Haven last week
as delegates to the Adxent Conference
They report a most pleasant trip and
enjo ed the meeting very much.
Ca-'t. Gene Jackson, poet master of
Callaway was a Sunday visitor on
Laird Mill Payou.
Mr. Jacob Gorder.t. one of Iinghton
bayou energetic ilixens visited our
burg last Sunday th guest of bis
father-tn-law Km 1 1 T. tfchrmdt. Jake
sax his section is on the boom ami is
bound to come.
Kmil T. Schmidt visited hi son-in-law
and daughter at lamghton baxou
on day last week. Kml la busy with
hl farn work but finds time to visit
his children.
Mr an.f Mrs. Tohe Poa spent th lat latter
ter latter tart of last week with their daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Mra tr. Smith and family on West
Pay.
The many friends cf Mrs J. J. Fow-
I'r will learn with regret that she is
still suffering and thnt the doctor hold
out very little hop fr her recovery.
Mr. Iud epert carpenter and pain painter
ter painter of Callaway, visited I-aird Mill Ila Ila-you
you Ila-you last Saturday.
Rev. W. R Gray of MUlvllle, will oc occupy
cupy occupy the luilpit at our school house
nest Sunday at It o'clock a. m. Will is
well and favorably known In this sec section
tion section and without doubt a larger con congregation
gregation congregation wil be on hand to greet him.
We ar lnformd by reliahl people
that our East Hay canal connctlng
us with th up country river town
will be completed within th nest sis
weeks and that boats can then traxel
from our bay to point up river as
far as Columbus, G. Th Is what our
I eople hav len clamoring for
srr. tim f ast and they ar' now de delighted
lighted delighted to know that their dream
are to he fullnSled.
We nolle that a bill is to he in
troduced at our nest legislative meet meeting
ing meeting to place a bounty on buxtards and
thereby exterminate the huztard fami family,
ly, family, som papers going so far as to ln
dud the crow. Just why this fight
against these birds I brought sIkjuI
w do not know, but one thing w do
know, and that is that Mr. Itiujiard 1
on of th lest scavenger the state
of Florida, or any other Mate ever had
and why not still protect them. True
they r not a bautiful bird for soma
but lhy do dstroy many animals
that caua th woods to b obnosious
to th del), ate sens of smell and w
believe they should slill be protected.
It you ha cattle, hogs. goat. hp or
other animals that die from contagious
disease, why not burn or bury such
carouses and leave the feathery tribe
alone. Protect the bucxards at alt
baiards. One mart haa discovered
they carry hog cholera from one sec section
tion section of land to another In hi Immedi Immediate
ate Immediate locality, but he fail to say what
benefit they have ln In other locali localities
ties localities lxik at both side l,for you
condetn either th boxxard or the crow.
MONDAY
only, 50 varieties paper cov covered
ered covered Novels, consisting of
Conan Doyle's works, etc.,
5c each. Mens 50c Chambray
Shirts, 25c. "Everybody's."
OFFICERS OF FOUR CLASSES
ARE CALLED TO COLORS
I .on l n. March t The Home -"or-respondent
of th Kvchanse Telegraph
Compat.y say th reserx non-commissioned
offteera of fur classes were
tailed to join the color today.
REPORTED DEATH OF
SEVERAL HUNDRED
Posion, March A letter tcetxI
tMla by American bard if commis commissioners
sioners commissioners f'-r foreign mlssiona from one
f Its r present at ive at Manxanlllo,
Mexico, deai riled a railroad accident
ner there in January In which th
writer declare fort jwrmti lost their
lives.
"IF FOR ACHING,
E, TIRED FEET
TIZ" FOR TENDER, PUFFED-UI
BURNING. CALLOUSED FEET
AND CORNS.
"Sura! I as TIZ
scry tima for any
foot IrotaLU."
You can - I pp -footed Just like
me Ps "TIZ" and never suffer with!
tender, raw. burning. M.srd. swol- j
in, tirej smelly feet. 'TIZ" and only!
"TIZ" tases th pa.n and s -ren- out I
of corns, callouses and humor,. i
A soon as yon put your feet In a
"TIZ" t.ath, you Just feel th hapins
soaking In. Ho good your poof, old
feet fee! They want to dance for Jov. 1
"TMZ" I grand "TIZ"" irstantly draws
it all th poison-, exudation whb h
P iff up your feet ard caus or. in in-famed,
famed, in-famed, aching, sw eatx . smeilv feet

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feters who cornoio. Pert u a -ir
feet r r.cxer. nexer g..ng to ilhrt
or make ou limp any tiute. tAJx

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Liven up your sluggish ltrr! Feel
fln and cheerful; make your work a
pleasure; ba vigorous and fall of ambi ambition.
tion. ambition. But take no nasty, danger
calomel because It make you trtck and
you may lose- a day work.
Calomel is mercury or qukksilver
which cause necrosis of the lain.
Calomel crash Into sour bile like
dynamite, breaking It up. That' when
yoa feel that awful nausea and cramp cramping.
ing. cramping. lasten to me If ymi want to enjov
the niot, gentlest liver nd bowel
cleansing yo.i ever hav experienced
Just take a spoonful of bnrmless Dod Dod-son
son Dod-son Liver Tone tonight. Your drug-
gist or dealer eHs you a 50 cent bottle
FERRY PASS.
jt-L'gg ." J?.. -i-r--'-Jr;:-nt
Ferry Pass. March . The play en entitled
titled entitled "Hazel Adams" was given by th
Ferry IHiss amateur club at the Prent
Schoolhouse Friday night. March. 6th
Miss Viatera Jones of Pensacola.
spent the week-end with friend and
relatives of this place.
The "Washington party' glxen by
Miss Smith last !idy night nt Mr.
Jones's wa quite success, although
If was given in honor of the Kscelsior
club, outsiders were also invited. A
j r' was offer d fo th young ladv
appearing the most like "Martha
Washington." Miss Vera Creighton
winning.
Parlor game and music were in indulged
dulged indulged In. Painty refreshments were
served and at a late hour the guest
departed declaring M lai Smith an lde.il
hostess
Miss Mary Jone spent the week weekend
end weekend with friends In Peulah
"GETS-IT" a Sure Sure-Shot
Shot Sure-Shot for All Corns
Us T Drops and Thy Vanish.
When corn make you lmot die
with your boots on. when you try to
walk on the edge of your shoe to try
"Mardsvf Eeank.is TrU t Ste Mg
CwwP Um "UrrS-IT aad Ym'S
Has N Cars t D Stspsd Oa,
to get away from your corns, you're
way behind tim If you have not uveal
OPTS-IT". If the com cur of the
country, th new way. the sure, pain painless,
less, painless, simple way. It makes a fellow
really fee foolish after he' used toe toe-eating
eating toe-eating salves, crw -luting ointments,
to-bundllng oandages, blood-bringing
razors, knives, files, scissors. Jabtra
and what-nots, when b us just 2
drop of "GirTH-IT and ses hi corn
vanish. The difference I dlvin. Just
try tt. Voti won't win when you put
on jour shoes In the morning. 'GKT!
IT" is sur. "gets" ny com, callus,
wart or bunion.
"GF.TS-IT" Is sold by druggists,
every where. 25c a bottle, or sent dirct
by P Lawrence A Co.. Ghlcago. told In
pensaeola and la reimmendd a the
world only re-l corn cjr by The
Crystal Pharmacy. adv).
Quality
and
Price
W or eonildtr th quality
ef goods efTtr u. wi hasp la
earn th wsifart f tar partita
ue custeeasr an ueseivs, fee,
if w pitas you, w pitas aur-
BtlVS.
New, wim x pete thta
goods, w emmbr th w'far
THl&E AMC TWO PAf.
TICS, far th priets Tct t
l'wl9 Of both part!.
Why net sd your ta us
Monasy enrnlg. Ut u try t
pitas yu, t-o.
Baerieaton Hall Cot in tei
wk meet reg yt- IT
SELLS.
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&. Co.
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PRINTERS FOR
PARTICULAR
PEOPLE
tt-tt tf t 0vesst at ! 1tL

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of iVkison'a Liver Tofunclr tay per
sonal money-back giant that each
spoonful will clean yctaHigrtsh live
bttr than a do of rv caomel an
that It won't make yuk.
Podson'a Llvr Tor is al liver
medicine. You'll know jist morning
because you will wakey feding fine
)tiur liver will he wonjj; leacjsche
and dirtiness gone; stfj'wlil
sweet and bowela regis-. ;
Dodson' Li ver Ton Vrirely vg vg-tbi.
tbi. vg-tbi. therefor harrn and can
not salivate. Give it toV children.
Millions of peopl r uoliodson
IJver Tone Instead of daiu calo calomel
mel calomel now. Tour druggist , tell you
that the sal or CaJornel almost
stopped entirely here. (adv.
They Ca't
Miss ''
Your Stce
if it is lighted v
the new lanifi
Type:
Lani
the lamp that maV
your store bright
than sunshine.
Pensacol:
Electric C
New Duvinets Dep
Phones 2010 ami 2
Marci
Wind
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will brinr
(onis e
a:rccalc weather. C
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PIPER GOA
will take the chill t
these winn'y days.
When Yu Thlak f Cal, Thl
City."
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Office, 93 and 119.
14 East Governmer
Street
Pensacola Crockery ri
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;t "WI Iimi t HHIi.llW" IT' tUM ...if .

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me uoodncli lire.

like the trained
athlete is all brawn
and. muscle no fat

rSiCOPftSKSFQRA

NVEST1GATI0

iEFOSE BOARD

THE cIJ Olympic Cbm promotfri
wer grert for what we call "form."
Symmetry, rrcrTton. wun.J.nMi
and jreper halanco out-bid bu&inf iriuvlr for
fjvor yr.. sund out-wen, too, juat M tbcy will
today.
Mere never wss nyiyynyrnous with
endurance nd the truth of this statement drives
home with a bang, when you apply it to tires.
IF thick, heavy tires were the last word in
tire construction, we could wipe out of
existence, a Goodrich Research and Test
Drprtmer,t employing seventy people. We
would tisia cff tha road a fcettalson cf ten
sutomobUrs, that run twenty-four hours a day
and every day in tha year, grinding tires of all
male to pieces, just for the sake cf information
to us and eventual economy to the usr of
Goodrich Tire.
Thf re la where we leam to exit out f a tire
the material which gets tha uaer nothing.
Of i corse, when we stripped tire prk lists
t f their padding fictitious values we expected
liva's to Bay we had stripped our tires.

t;

r" was their only "come-back." They kuJ
to luy that, in strlpputj dosvn prices to
thff point where they were fair to dealer
and consumer and left no room for injurious
pric-cutting tactics, we had stripped our tires
of some quality, too.

ilin Goodrich Tire, like the trineJ

athlete, is all brawn and mucle no

fut. It represents an achievement

the abmty to cut out the extra costs of manu manufacture,
facture, manufacture, the extra costs of labor, of extra, needless
mat.'naL and to give you the best, long-mHease,
high -standard tire in the world.
There are padded Urea as well as padded
pricit lists.
Don't pay for padding.
Now don't forget this we are talking in the
ma in about Goodrich Safety Tread Tires, for
they represent ninety per cent cf our factory
output for resale.
Furthermore, while we have put the pad padded
ded padded prices on smooth tread tires on the run. th
eil of pad led prices on non-skid tires still is in
evid snce, as shown in table below :
THE r. GOODRICH CO, ALrwa, OU

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YESTERDAY'S WEATHER

OFFICER CLARK, SUSPENDED
FROM DUTY ON CHARGE OF
ALLEGED BEATING OF A SOL SOLDIER
DIER SOLDIER SEEKS FULL PROBE BY
COMMISSIONERS.

IV!.. e oo-.rer CJ-Jirlr 'UrW, ho
wa i?tpndd from j i!y cm chanra

fa'Iirr to mveMlKUe an allefed

Note the following table of comparative prices
t. non-akU tires. Columns headed "A, "B," C
and "D represent four highlT-adrertited tires t

OTHER MAKES
Tread A" "11" C "D"
30x3 9.45 J10.55 10.95 1G35 18.10
303 Vi 1220 1335 14.20 21.70 23.G0
32x314 14.00 15.40 1630 22.S5 2530
34x4 2035 2230 23.E0 31.15 33.55
36x4tt 28.70 32.15 33.60 41.85 41.40
37x5 33.S0 39.80 41.80 49.85 52.05

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If you are charged less for any ether make
than Goodrich, they are taking it out cf the tires if
you are charged more, they are taking it out of you.

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of f u mn)ti mi h it h-r'. '
Iti l. x th fi. ;k itiM hfil. ffr
l'riIjy i.igj.t wj irved ith n n-(.hr
(.hr n-(.hr ri.t n. fcy rrtlr ef Chlf
hiin.Jrfi. f,-n th? l.,trt' of lH.x un
chrr frun th Tweniinh Company, on
Mar-1'. r.rn day.
Oflfpr rjurk h t!tinl II. at t)s
tiS i "tourt" h trn tTdrJ for
Mfe1ay afternoon at J o'rSo-k. It mi!!
lal $ at tl city hall, nl will t
A f!t!i lifaiinf, all trUU f
the f(tltr dcrtmrnt inn r. Th
nfSfr l.ii"r tht h uwd no
crt'f for- than ww rir-iary In
(TfNjifiK ihc rr"(t f the oI oI-rtlr,
rtlr, oI-rtlr, w tutm in J. V. Swingfr, mil
ha i frUtttorifd mith the Twentieth
Company, at Fort r.arnuicaji. Th al al-1tr?d
1tr?d al-1tr?d ftii wrrt IaIJ bfor tSa cMff
of i"Mrr ty oFivrru from the pert m
frw daya o. ant tha orTirr wit
1 -n.Iil for nitty ilay. foilowlnR htii
v.Prn-on fr thr-! lny. after t?i
lKi.l fa'.lur to lnv"t igat th r r-tuil
tuil r-tuil aoi'e nHr thr ill lrt wh-ti a
man ali-Kt to have rr-atl m'f'h
duwrdrr In a unison in that neighbor
luMMt.
I.l-it If.-l.omh prosecute tha
cn.-r ft.r th aoldier aiI l to Corntuft
tha care In behalf "f t!e mlilel man
who M, -ta unlit to havi M b beaten n
Mardl ;ra day a hen he rralited ar-ret.

Screen Your Hoys

liCtP OUT fLIES AND MOSQU! JQZS

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'li buy scrcccns manufactured in nl.or citif
Kct p tilt nionev in I'ctH'tmla, !y having it lnc lu re
WE CAN DO THE WORK SATISFACTORY
AND SAVE YOU MONEY
Wr nUo earn complete stock of Yellow Pmc.
i'pre-s and K'cd Cedar Lumber. Cdass Sli n-le-.
,.!. liorv, l'lintN. b'ence Posts, etc.

Phone CO 1. C and Mam Streets, Pcn.'co!a, Kb.

Ar You RHaumatic? Try S!on'i
If i .int quit U and real relief
from Kheiimn t itu, 1 wUt ii nunjf
t h m.i .t ; i r )' ! art' l it):
wh'iuvfr an .tti'W fma n. l-athw
ih- aore nmwio "r joirt with Kloan'a
lanimem. No nee.l to ruh It injtjit
apply tin J-iti'.ment to t enrfa' e. It
la wntitierf xi'Ay penetrjitin t. It
ttjet to the yeat -f trouble and draws
tin pjurt almost imme.b,itf.iy, i;P
ottl f s'min'a Kinitnent f.r 2o of
any dr; m'.-A a 1 have it In the h. .!,.
utratttat Cul.l. Kr r ami wi.lVn
Joint. Jim'.Kg.i, F'Ntn- and bke tt tt-ment.
ment. tt-ment. Vo;:r ttvowy t.;n k if r-t t.itla.
tied, biit it dfre i e i.Unoet intaft
relief. (Adv

1 nttej Statra lVpartfient, Weather
,Tfa, CvuDe f. MarviH. thief.

DAILY WEATHER BULLETIN.
I't n,arol,i. P.a , March . 191$.
Poacala Tamrarature Data.
H e! et cn reewrd for Marrh. 17
de re-..
l vtl r reryrd for Marrh, Ii de
Sreea
fay terr paraturaa 1n Mrrh iilly
riee to decree
Night tern jwrat .re in Marrh tjanal.
!y faU to 4 degree.
HlgS ejtf femrterature r-rda , 5
deare-
lw est lemperif jre je"terdiv, IT
drrreen
Pantacola Ran'H Data.
Rair-faU fr ri hour a endn I p m
eterdy. . tnchea.

Normal rlnfa.l fr tha month of
Marrh 5.- inrhe.
Toti rainfall th'.a Mareh t T p m,
yeMerd.iy. Mt tn-hei.
I!rea thin ear to I'etruiry !ith.
1 ' Iro-li.
SMALL Ceiaer. STOMM NO HUl
CANS WARNINOS.

REGULATE II CHILD'S BOWELS 1EI

CROSS, BILIOUS OR FULL Or COLD

Any ehl'.d win c'aaiy tana "tTaro.
rata Ca.ndy thartiiV whuh at gent gentlynever
lynever gentlynever t-r! pa or prvt' tha allnht.
eat ureuneaa tho'.iRh oleatsae tha
little ena'a Conatlpated IJ-wela, nM
ana tha atnmach ar,l Ua.iia up bad

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Cold q ;lrk y
Fil; d!re-tton for thiMreo

er n upa In eaeh p rH nr"
Mtl.er an "t tzry ;ftrr t:lnn
thla frLtte, harmlra lsntio to thsl
dren. (adr)

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Craft

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wlnie wind wtaaa

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CEDAR

THE DONNA CHRISTINA AR AR-PIVED
PIVED AR-PIVED FROM PUERTO, MEXICO,
WITH FIRST OF SUCH LOAD
ADOARD A SAILING Vr.sSEL.

WILL DRIVE IN NEXT
INDIANAPOLIS ItACE

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ANlene 3 42 .. flear
Atbibfa :. .. Clear
iu.jion ;n z . . i t.iody
liuffalo 3i ZS Ms lUIn
lijrmirf ham ..62 .. Clear
Chirair.i 3 . Snow (
Ienvr .2 2 .T Hnow '
tlalvceton .. Clou-dy
;r-.n Hay :s 2 A Know
IMtleraa 4 J') .. Cb-ar
Uurtoi "i 'J I .2 cloudy
J.u k'iov iilf . . 't fis .. Clear
K a nan a City .. .10 3 ,T Cloudy
Knux villa 4N .. Clear
Inievtlle 84 S .01 Cloudy
Memthla U1 - .T Cloudy
Mlnneamdia ... 21 2S Sno-
Mol ilo i .. tTear
Sloittm('ry . . t art t'b ar
New Orb an . . il .. Cler
New Vork .... H2 a .TO Snow
North tlatte .. 2t 't .j2 Cbuily
Wl.thitna C2 US .. Cloo.ly
Paboitim 40 H .( I t . V
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I'hoetdx ....... St "i .. 'lf ir
eatftiors "' 4 - .1 linio
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SaliM Uui ... 32 .T Snnw
Sa!t Unke City, iv 4J .. I't.tbiv.
S'. Kran-ia f . fiO .. I't bl.
Sheridtn 26 Z) .01 IM.cMv
Shreveptirt . ... St 44 .oS I't .
Timi'a t'.u TO .. Cle.ir
T..i.i 3 .1 Snow
Whnti n . . . 24 ."'4 ft tin
I'..ir nif .er tradiii i p. in aif'i.C
the jlf in.icl
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clear.
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"CASCARtTS WORK wniLL tuu attLr.

The Banking, Savings & Trust Co.
"THE UPTOWN BANK"
General Banking, a Savings Department and a Thor Thoroughly
oughly Thoroughly Organized Trust Department.
Awthorltad ta Act a Eatcwto. Administrator, Guardian e Uecalvae,
Corner Paia'aa and Garden Street a. Phna Na, Sa.

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GRAY Hi DARK

Girls With Beautiful Faces
or Graceful Figures
American cir a h. e 4 -rl l-ide
r-''ftl!n f.r l-ea itv, b.-t, at th aame
t.li.e. theie are Kit) to mir citi wh
I oast .4 r.e'.rher -eatity of fa e not
form. -c:iue ill ttifr S n ;t ni i thy

'fniTir from n-ro'.iftenii, the rt-ioiit of
j diaordera of the 'iiun!y iraaiitiui.
At ri-miUr InteitaU they differ o
miii-ti Oiit tt r ttrciii ih lraea them:
they are m xtratd that It t-iken
f- r them to recover their atreristh
, i if -.i'irie. niii li jM-rsi'd:! d'ftre
( 'ts tad ' t on tli TiervonK t-m.
' The thTe I ;aii.I fir w n fa't , !.' d.irk
I rt Ir ,inl t"Wn t-ct aH-iit the pe.
'the slr. t iU lie toitfioitt th-
imve hb"h 'f-U'l n mm h t f-riii
' uiio- ln-i ty are the t.r rniftak.'f eifjn
jf wotnimiy toi let
'Ainu a k rl no a n.im.tn, hti
J a vmroin '..11 pm :i m ;h't, w !.
I women pa? thr -siiih t.ie lwtii f

mii !; life, ore ;tr lhr- jo ..1a T
t.fi w'l'Oi brtt'ltt a al M'l'.rl'i ftt-a ii4t
! ! to w 't.'.e'atid the pain and d."-

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The Present
Business depression
makes us think.
It has made me think
and think hard.
Result is I am mov moving
ing moving away front Palafox
street to No, 18 East
Government, jm.t back
of the ten-story Ameri American
can American National, and only
a few steps from the old
stand.
Why?
I save SG2.J0 per
month in Rent.
5y!2.r0 means W"
shaves or 410 haircuts
at the new price.
If you shave ll time
a year, it would take Gx
years to pay me this

vstar Brawn atyta, IS canta.

little monthly dilTerence in Rent.

Yes, I said new price. It will he 10c for a shave.
15c for a haircut from now on. Same work you
know that.
Also I am going to pay my men 5 more than
required by the scale.
Think over these little facts yourself.
JOS. A. MICKS. Prop.
' Hicks' Sanitary Barber Shop.

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Volumes k vi

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LARKED'S

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Stylo of
Binding

r.a-c-b.tl! -.ca-i'ii will soon
V here We're ready. Coin,'
ee niir iyc; baseball g.ni
display.

WILSON - BIGGS COMPANY

n l'a!;u. trcct. IVnu-ola. VI'

Look younzf Ncbody can tell if you
uae Granirr.other'a aimple recipa
of Sage Tea and Su!;hur.

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DO YOUR OWN

SHOPPING
Hosiery

Civet the PT ST VALUE for Your Money
tff tmi hm Ciam ta S.tV, Fr Ma, Waea J QiiJrca
Antr C!r ar.'J Sfj'c I ruin 25c to $.f ) per pa r
t Kk (or tha 1ra4a tkf Vi4 br All C.oht IVrstft.

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Subscribe for The Journal for Local and War News.

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hie nn w it'i am !ol

Octagon and Ivory soap,
ter cakes for 25c, as adver advertised.
tised. advertised. Monday's at The Crys Crystal
tal Crystal Pharmacy.

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M.-rei. r.'liTalo. N V..
iiinnif.- ir.il ml. from a
i.'lti t'l ', Tree ; !
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WHAT OUR NEIGHBORS SAY:
Mr ll'-ory "tto. irr.. t!3 W. druf. '
-r fift !;.. pit- -
mi'i'ilv m..rt ''it prv .-;
ri a ity o.ul t ? -i hesi'lh, ;;!
ins i-oliged to w. v .r m ; p.-tt
i. in er c '..?!. de-j ..mt-iit . .
d'tion, M-ar ef- ;i ;.'e to k-rp rov fiel

It m tery hard f -r -re to dr-jg aroitmt
as I w tir d, ivr 'i ;,nd deoHtt te?

To tnaka m -titer a r, I oi' ?f

uii(te fir" ll

in the to--m nt: ti ..re tirl ! h.tt when
I vient to l-e l Still r, rther. I w
aufTertt'e from wornan'a treui-t. I w ill
tV.fit 'mSt'ir ..r tr l'r'e'
1 'a nil. 1 'r- rij t i'f put m in v
fee and k rne t U- wished for f
la tvery (AJ;

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ft , 't : J " l,e 1 '5 "'" l'r' '1
j I . s . " . l 1 Vol U.j rrTtptin. an dd remedy
I I , s g- "e" J I '' 1 I'iM i worth Oi.it V '! the eiitira
I y II ' 'l'SO I-' ""'v r--.,'.-' itl ;.nd
: t r . jt ' " '-v- ' a.-sit .-oniliiion.
JtmJ ' -' I J M'-Uo r : if joar o ..It. i , if e.l. t
f " T J" ' i-ie. J.. -. i.ii- ..fid j'e nil! j
J V. J ! ; icKij, I t.roa"a a or:t- iree rip

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How to get them Almost Free
Simrlf f tip Cooporn lika thfa on a and pretant togrthur
with mr apavtal prica of $1 91 at tb offlca cf

The Pcnsacola Journ:-!

5Corxa C 1 AO Sacara tKa 5 vJ d1 O C t.
and pla0 wmaaaftiuacraat V1 i3C L

Uaauttfulla bomd in da luaa atytaj a-o!J latnrlrf ; fjaar-da a
dat fn; rich tall-calf afTet. a'artlaj de In gold and eolonw
Full tiaa of v.!amt SJ'tt. Hivtfjra ff tha World for 19 ca.
t'j r. xa. 15a woti.UnuI ..ljfUion in colora and haJMonai'
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Until further notico i bii 31.50
War Map FREE with each set

711 aunt JJuil din Pensu cola, 21 q.

Piano Factory to You.

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"C' iilenaa," "Latae 4 ehaacar. Ttajr Ttajr-r
r Ttajr-r Mfctift, cut rtea a-ctrv aaaata.
The Clitfr Music House.

KEE EYE SEE
Aeantt wartta far beat eUm j book j
pubtifeit. C" ajot tufa tha f.r-.t
or; aetthar 11 tia ft'rt tt "o. Wnta
fa. lfmi i tf fr eutft. Get. W. I
art, Kf i. St. Ayguttina, Flartda. '



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41t l;t y.trK'Ha. ror.m. Ntt'i
1 m i;t ,ii .'. rx. hall.
f"1 l:t title. 4 rtra. la'h.
i N,,rth Snt vnu. I room
11 o-h A! an ,
1 w-tory ...... .
tf.1cry ,, .127.53
HOTL.
i Wrid t. a ;oi. S3 rm.
n-v1rrt a'ain ! 160.01
Ao ata'U' dwi'tpft ind Vjrjra (n
;i f rt 'of rtlv. in rV'Mjnt n4
Hl-ant in.-o-T rrf i l.,j Ciir t .
HOOTON & WATSON
THE RENTAL A11NTI,
TO SUB-LEASE.
TO SUBLEASE Five
room cottage, e fur furnished
nished furnished throughout, at IXU
North Spring street. Excel Excellent
lent Excellent location. Cheap to riht
partv. Phone 10o9 or call 31
V. Delmont.
HELP WANTED.
lal clerk. l-.lVn! ff Bt-1 "'1"'' rt:!
,v f.,-mr (ivfri.mM ex-1 '"er- x' "
rervKt o:. liv-htf, N. T. 'war
nnVF.RVMfNT r1TK'N-
.rnNi i I t'i "".
A ur-Now KAitU lioHKls.-. wm";
wantft) mt:k ;xTnT'vVitr.nrv-Tt
r tih ym th r--r trd U
f.w '. nJ gtvt PWlM tn "'
f n. ?i in tn lva. jay
M irf.Mf Writ l tnrty J-
ct vtUa farh-' foiltt. -2 W f
I- i;,, t an.) lt.rur Hottta arn-
piaym-rtt v-Ut. No tprtf.
ri.v!s:rf. t.o-al w.rV.. F-un P-f-runst
jf. !iu l'l tn p. Krlii r
l:tv Co.. Toronto, Ont. anica
WANTFT rool pok. rp'r Ntrt?i
VANTFr A compo? nl omn fpr rook
.,! rrort 1 Prk. Trrfer t
?!v on pu.-r. Tt.Trrnca r15r4. Ap Apply
ply Apply n W rot trt. trrchSl
WAXTri'-A )oa-kif for aiii!i
f.,,lly li tha country, rU- for
fint't lTtv, A'!ir 'U-fi' krrtx-r.
tara JoumaU. tmcMt
WANTf f A f'l-UM co.k. AX'f'y
S; Norm pilg urtrt.
AMFTTKH-S VEV A N'T) WftSIKV
to ll'.oK'O ronth. FuT !it t l;Uoti
rw Miai a fraa. Frank ( Ir.atHutw.
In-ri. a f, liovl-.tr. N. T. to Apr
LAPS i3 w at iff; troo-1 py. Pn4
tr p. Work tit IT.; a I Kir Mff Mff-Co.,
Co., Mff-Co., 1'rva.lway, Nw ork (1t.
imch
WA VTKTV--rotor..! man prpra
alrlT' "r ml train trtra; a port.
anra not pr.rrr. F!'RirA HAtl-
.1K. f urr!ih-1 Writa Inter
I'llviar l-rvt .::, Xnlianpo:i. Tnd
ROOMS AND BOARD.
YT1 ltr NT Two I Wy f irr!' r I rm'.
hot n-l rol-4 trr. at!!!.ry
atattd in room; bath fcnd . Ap Apply
ply Apply 41 at Crri.ry atrart. m"ht
FOH ntNTT lar r.lrrty fum!ah4
pomi o" arltho-.it r)ouhaptrrf
prtvlir U'3 lt Udltt ar,at mr
Phon XS H.n. tm. hlw
Virt nFVT C rrn!hi room in
-i!rt
homa Ail rorjtfrr.i'Tirap -rtT
at 4t W. I'jimafi ft.
r l "ITT.A of rooma fr Vrtt ouakarir.
TTAla bat hr n4 oM atrr, i
NT rs! rH. T r - of '
' aapot. k-U-k of T. M C. A., r-hona
uii. :w
Vf)Tl prVT-rrtt r.l.y ftimi;--!
rwoma, t4 o-l nm indWt'tl;
lrwlarn convp.an-aa; i;!i..l! for light
l.iiarkpsi f . lavir.C K'Uth. H
i'.a.lxlrn airt.
FOR PF N7-fii ro m fm!ah.'l for
aUrpir.g or Vg:t r.ou api f
:r4. It) N. Ai r I lfbl
tnn RJ"NT Larg front room. North
mil. l-booa t.d bath. Ctn'!mm
oa(v. Rs or phon Sit.
tiFs:RAlI.tS rOAHr. arltli er Khwt
pvm, olm iHTWlrltfti nr!
oration, nrar orp-n. Apiy IU r"at
Uroty. tV9!f
F'a P. F. NT-To tara- rurr-sar-rd frort j
g.r" cnn.-f.rg fltt-rot tonal!? !
t'g - ! I lrt. I'M, of' h.pa -
r-ath r"i-.t to t.
Ill Wtst Cfca 'rt, Fbn ilii. ot

FOR SALE.

i'iR jALK t:ie jij. t female
'! arJ Ut A ' ont tricolor
f.mala tat. ateeka ,.!.! lir-leitdld barg.ll.
t mi t!i'Jt"i u. AdJraas it fifth J
a tar. i. Floral, A'a. ?n.r ,
fn ".ALKOr tr .1 far Improved rlir
propern , firiii rf rra tni hard rv i
7 fiwrtu of iHy Addrea N. I-.
K. ;iuit- afreet. Phona 4J. tnrit
c'(p for farh A'S'trt-na Jf.fcn lUmftr.
Piatoi-Hrnt. Tl. K. IK No. I,
Tmr?t
tf ir.H. if rrT ffsr llgt hoa-
'plfit f't'ir of f. r. Foi,, To 25
IfetUH HUS. H.. tmtril'
?wn;T roTATo ft-mt jtmr
! nl trl'imjth tl.i )ir thoin1. f.
! h. riify. , aftf Mar h IS. Mr.
E. 'I r'r' n. B!ulT .rrif . m.
I for "!. an br1 fr pur pur-)vmx;
)vmx; pur-)vmx; rant., sf. hof. frrt. rb
vl,,': 1 tor nw han'lao'w
i!h !' in'trit!or, kit fri
i'iv ltt rn.i'trv. tunjijahnt'fia Vl'y
! Kinl. T-.it.Vt r new h. pfin. !ritr
Mlj;-t a irln. j.Im
mirt ?! f....!ri(( rhr. App'f J"
roil BAI.K Thrap, 11 v1l Twin
Irciisn ji-.Uir-v 1 ft ret rl ronrtl.
lM'i t "iten.iti'l in ru
rttr r" Krttn lit t' raaH r traie
7s W, fiuvrmmftit. hftn 11
H it yiALt; Or t ! u.krr rntrtr
i rt : t ': corifiiiion. Flrrt U9
ttkrp it.. lyS li4l'n frUtet. " trm f
FOR SALE Sat sum
Orange trees on Tritoliata
roots. Townsciu! Bros., !,'lsi
ami Walnut streets, Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville. lla. vlct
T'iT KAI-TC T mr .!. orn im'l
to j-rar" !!. can ho ril t K
Ara rrt n!rt, m""ht
rot ALK A rwnlnie
of t!j r"." t ri5t
i.t sf rt Thrr
Th-ap rift. C"'o In. A
loam bulpa
ill full f the
llvii: roim.
to ln Into Hv iro)iin. "hap
fr "a!i ft n-h alf rti'i P'l monthly
avnirnt ttr h rat, C'ail or l'1r
I. , r.U. No. SW K. '"itn mmTit H.,
Ii ratoia. Ha. iir.chSt
rR K A f .K I tv i B,ttnti of f!n
trrouebr4 lisrr4 liurk tt
I 1 lit a prtt-a r.f 7$ rant par
MHirf. A. Iinry Whiu A Dro. I'hen
1'J m-l2
FOR XtLK-Whitt trhm Kipsii for
eMlrs. ilofti. V.) !t lfhurn !
M eh!.K. 1V rurh. V. f. Nt. I'hn
l If sou ant jour avjlt prsl fr IS
Cent. 4mrr-.it
FOn HALE AT A BAR3AIN ertn-rtH-m
lo'i. iin -ats. tm two tuta
fronting t-uih. I'Jsl'iJ'i. hor.
anl Urti'M Apply ItJgU Miioor.
Kaat Iolo trrt. tmrhlt
Fm PALK White tvehorn fits tor
i t mh. ll f ,.P 18; t rr I'M). nt.y
i-hi.ha i;-. t! par 1W. riraTaa pfuUry
Vril. Co'Jla 1, IVnMcoi'a, F1.
liTM-htmo
Xrt f Al.K Two Iron af?, on mt ltum
n4 or Urir oot h rrctlal!y
new. Martin aV Co., Mitto Tin.
Siru-hlar
rXU tSALE-.M i:9 V. In andrnrta, Ht ,
i g-Mwi 3-ga.in tt.li-'h r. a:o 1 1 "1
pounj work horc. i horto all or le":
2ltrh
Fm ?Ai.ri:!vfi wi in u.
t aat H'f'J I'll ta, IIS frl wfr
front on 'rrioi Ita. i mprovrrnant
. rmi.it of n.ixlrrn litjrrgasiiw. frajr.t'a
bona. rar. bam. chl :in bo s.
C'lt let atr a.rt, bann pamch
n.l omnta trr. ro". itr.j in fc.
vrrythmg toaku an M?al ho. A
rrfift or T.5. Arply f II. W.
U:t b. 18 K. Roman itrar.t tfb 1m
FOR SAt,KTo itoo.1 feus'nrtt cornam.
j norttiraal an 4 nortbaraai rortirm of
j nlra cott at IH Wt tiovarrwant
utraat. Arr v to L- P. tli.ci.t. J11
t.arr!or, rtrrt. ttfrhlw
FO SA!.K nri TRA V F Jrn
room auurhn hotna on J.t lfi9xll't
frt. JkJt 1 arm to hm pp-aclata'l.
Adr "Own'f," P. O. 1i i
ruy.
Kn SAl.K Nlf fclhl H1 pUif.rr
hm1. crnt. ol. J. '.0 cord d d-l'vrrr.1:
l'vrrr.1: d-l'vrrr.1: io aptlt ft4 'ooJ. 11 1.
PrnHct!a -ur4 Co.- l'bon UfrMm
FOR HAT.r Mn1ra, Ortrr inrh haji-t-mul
No. 1 C praaa lMn:la from D
L iJarfrna. Hc'ratin I'-Mnt. F,a , $a 0
pr r M dilarl to Fcnoacol. )'al m
rrn sai-i; junTpor jstTtr-ar. writ or
rhon l:y Folnt at'.U C. nnroo-1.
FOR PATJS Wtti
ravlvl. N. C. ?
lot
IcM!
tt l:h roa Jut
Jin. Fron 115.
FOR HA1X-Th fotlowlna- i-iar of
atork: ara lUrralontt St. Wharf
'o . t fhnrrt Krn- r lfap'tor aV
lppr An, .".o a' ar.a Wt Frr a a-U
U a-U fn.l .'.. aixo rr!Jnra lota in
Hatrtharrt. on ?t ! 1 story
lm on Hivn'i fl.lco; 1 5. 4. ,'9 acrrs p'.na
lact. Part Tlo co mtv. W. (. ll!
t-n. rcrls Vtttt N't'onal Bark. It
Wrat IntrnJeP-! atrrf, rf'oo!a. F1 F1-,
, F1-, Jr;
OR AFIfontONT! r-oor. to: rrn
ilirt Katt-rtra. t.c: 1 JA gisaranta!
Ala-m frv-Va. ISc. Put rata on tpry-
tfcin. "EveryboJFi 12S 8o-itl '
iiott
CTlOtf'E FRtTT an? pran tract- for
rh or on rj(v pajtw't. Fttm
fort rjtal.l land. rwd f!!lng.
Hiit!rr. ? atari r r. oantlrr. Pa'llrg
rita Oruv A lU-rton. ITort 1 town.
ri Trva rriia frra Ftnaafoi 'n
J e rtiMa Bay, Janl
FR rALK-r.i t. H. C. R'lO-ta la'.artd
i Prd r cg tl pr t drg of IS gir
ntad fr.t a aKf front raraf-j'ly tntd
i tKprovg'it-r.d .M. )., Andt a Rd
Land Fo'-Hry Tarda, F. O. $ Fm Fm-!
! Fm-! oi. Ft. lifatslm
FOR SAI.K-- pry ai ood fr 4Htr or f.r
pitf-r IJ;f for $1 d'ira.t
Phona " i:. aak for Fnni. Ifeblra
Business Opportunities.
: Aivrp M rr n it - l" .r mora to
I trvtrt In fa ad protftM. roanufac-
ltiir'fsg i-Hi. !.-! r.h-d rr !
I m'f. an ar. 'f tt , ith r ;t-
.t.l I is?'.
Ira 4-majit r oa-
.lr ii V Ik . No
Ja Kfflrt. . ! U.
i. t. ihiipflv in."ra
t f! 1(I ! I l!!it
H lJtrt A H w M
sin B

Applicitions will be con considered
sidered considered for General Agency
Representative in each
county west of the Suwance.
river. Furnish reference
with reply.
UNION CENTRAL
LIFE INSURANCE CO.

J. W. BULLOCK.
Manager.
Amarion N'aMenat Brsk B'jr.tftnr,
rENiACXJLA. FLA. ,

hi
FARM LANDS.
FOR RAT.F. Otrap ty opr. Mj ct
of fine farm lnn'l. T mllra (rtni city.
Anlraaa f tara Joarnal. rntntwin
5ETTLKP.S WANTED In th Hobart
con tounlty. Crtnrry apd i.ani4ns
pa.pt t taKa our prl'ir. f5oo 1 Un4
t raonat. pricra. WHta ua for f ill
ttifoimaUon. Th Kbrtt Farrnem'
AsK!i.ii.n. Geo. U. oort.re. Fr-ft-lant,
Itobarta. Fla. ifa!i
I'-Ji J'.i,g'. . .. J. ... m J... aaBaaBraaaaaaaaaaMw

1 - r

Policy Expired Sunday, 9th and Fire Came
Four Days After Insurance Ran Out.
The above happened to one of our clients, just a few days ago. Despite
the fact, we notified him three times before the expiration of his policy. He
put off put off and now the result.
It is the custom of our office to always notify the policy holder before the
expiration of his Insurance. Do not take it for granted; it may get the agents
as well as yourself into trouble.
Phone Nine-One-Eight

FISHER-BROWN

Agents Thicsea Building.

WE
Help Wanted Male
lATLWAT MAIL clrrka. carrier want
Ufe pillion, examination M:ty !
Fay for lnatru tlon aMer o rr e-.ve
portion. Apply Liberty mrmuie noira-
ter. N. Y.
2 jp.) Annually. Co-oprt witii mr
eveitraa at Pome. t,vert-ng tur-
nlai.ed. Uwn t orrv alout capri. tw.to
11. ltroatn. tmaha. Nrbr. .luar
WANTKTV At .. Voang men for
toiT.ot.i e t.uaineaa. I;lg paV- " .nfcr
vun art In ten e . bv nmll I'av
ua after ercute ou ponitlon. Century
Automobile Jt..-t tale. I Argriet. t .
7m h
WANTi:r at onct-: M i!r!gs' for
t.,.x f-t.r and aaw irttlla, each 150s;
aaayerloreman. Fl'f l-'i Veneer
rtitter. l.ii; cr repairr-oit i"i.u.
7J; rfra nianaer-na"mai-tetiogrt-h-
er. $5. togrtner Tin aeerai '-
opening not aertld ctato poeltlon
rteasred n ft rat letter a4ree4 dlfet to
Mack. Uttla R" k. Ark. Twoh
BE A DCTFCTTVTC ; earn !', t ll'V)
araakv; travel all orre tha arorl 1
Write Dept. :'. rnlt4 ftate ret-tlv
A Adiuetlrg A gene). F.ailwar Exchanise.
t. Low:. Mo. TaawU
WANTED TO BUY.
WANTED TO Bt T Vourg Jry cow
to h trnh bit April I. Atltra.
giving particulars. W. S. tiarf 1'k1. F. "
l w. . I'eneatol. mrh
W ANTKT K ft,d.y and an t
rm ni. wit tn good on.'t:.n
and chraj. lnR . imch

EXPERT MASScua.

I AM A ORAnrATB or tt-, Amarlran
( o Ua of Mrc.Hano-Thrrapy. ri.(.ao
HI., t!. grrairrt ami ht lnatttul of
!t Vlt. t In Amrrlr. AU of Pv worU la
rt'atSiigulf hai Viv Ua gentla aootrlng f
(it on th lnalvltltval. I ntr h at
at any Urn i- apc-tal arpi'nient, or
(trlnf my oflr boura. Offira totsr
from U to I Tl p. tt Fhoti i4 P.
H. Nr. M. T. OflU SI U. Cha it.
Jt'TtbrtiO
(Mumbsr 1
aaiaaj

HURS DAY, 13th

INSURANCE AGENCY

Offices Second
WILL BOND YOU.'
TRANSFER, STORAGE.
MERCHANT" TRANSFXR t'O Tbor VI
Taaraen, Proprietor, .itetfa ait klnoa
f moelrg and hauiirg rarnltur wkdl
f ahlprraat Furr.'uf atorad. ffta
proa ITS. Dgot ptMa 194. 111
BINGHAM TRANSFER
COMPANY. Phone t3.
Hauling, Packing, Storing.
to
TAXIS FOR HIRE.
Bank's Transfer ic Taxi CV
Phone 500 and olo.
SAN CARLOS Taxi Ex Ex-changc.
changc. Ex-changc. Phone 2)0.
PHONE 25.
SUGGS Taxi Company
Help Wanted Female.
WRITE MOTION FICTtT.E p'a. I'-0
tu ;Ao iaid Cvi f.-l't. !' n' eoura
unnreary; ttaUa tiee. N"ay writer,
llii Victoria It'.d . fL Uml. avh
LAT'ICK fmmcUately FHilP--iWH
t-.ve. Ilo).Wvtk eenlilgs. Pt'adr Pt'adr-N'
N' Pt'adr-N' n'.'rn ri.... Al'il'H P ? ajkiig
.(r'!..r,! . ptrt'in!t y fr I'Una
r.n' Wr raiiti'- Fn
t ' , 1 ... -.'O
unt
In.

FOR RENT.

FOR pr.N'T rT.-root( eottat. 1:
It-art Carvanta atrrat. ExraLant H)rt -
torh'-x4, rtit( front an a on putit'C
rrk. Rfernc rrn'ilrrl. Arr' FJS
Ft Crrvaritr i(rtt. feb
FOR RENT On. half h.oua In flOtet
boaia, copttip(r f iur room.
kHctn r,(J tain. AJJ con-anita. Ap Apply
ply Apply at t5 W. Ktwran. t, i:frbw
FOR RFNTXV twe-roon rott.
imrf tiot, :etrto I'.fM n&
rom. mil porrh, wata rrfont W R
0rfH. Ji Waat Tntrndrnria. fo
FOR RENT A rrivltm hon op By.
her tie t Country Oah. Int ilr
r'lr. R4 CtU Atnfy. ljan
FOR RTN'T f ro-torr tlc ptrtldlnt.
rorrrr Hyl and Ch lrt.
8n!anili! lrif for groan frocary. fruit
tan4. or amail rrpair vhop. Livttf
roon. tilr. Apply Udoton 4k vrt.
. aorii
LIVE STOCK, POULTRY
WITT1CH g RuprrlatlT whlt lrfh".
Aa o.Mt tar a monay can bay,
t"irar.urt ha t hint . U K pr U.
II. M rr 10, li.O r r u. W. U Wlttlcn
Hoat 1. lento . Tmrlt
FOR ATTVEf H 'or tt!r thorough.
lra1 vhllt orrlngton 6ft cent per
anting. Mm. Wnx Botrmaa. I'l F.aat
Morno tret Tfh
TOT'R FOVIrR nrJ Frmtt Foultry Raf Raf-'iUtrr
'iUtrr Raf-'iUtrr tiow to prr1'i mora) aft n4
bulil up your hr"1irg tok. Tht o!4
' o'jn of prvant)on" Mylng app le to
!oup. Tratta Roup Rm4 v (TMn cl
l"otir) l a t r r r5entiy ar.i cur.
oM on p-nay back g-uarantaa by Nr"n
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST Wr.lt poo-ll doir. nam noo.
gum." Reward fcr rtturn to til tlviU '
niard Hrrtt. TmarSt
I.iTA tir rontalnlng rr!pt an!
not of I drawn in favor Oaoff
Fti H. Urt itn .o Journal of'- w-l
frr.lv ran i. TmfSt"
f)5T Tar In, Vff . tnaH fllatneriil
ratting Hi front. Rtrrt for ralirit
to 3 North fH1ng afreet. "irMw
100
Safety
Service
Protection

Floor.

SALESMEN WANTED
pi A LK." MAN For general merrni!la
ra-le In I'l'M M.i to aril m flfW propo
eit un of oiiit. aoancy torn. Altrac.
M i on !. .-.( ,-rntrart. !i aeek'p fif
avperac. siilea . UixJer Co.. at.fiea:!
ieir, .t-ll t ar,:ii H.dg ., Cleveland
! .!'. 7m :
W A NT V. 1 y T o h'gi-jrrd pe-taltv
.-Srfi- n or t apaiOe e -Hierehant fr
1 1 . . Va.-n-v now. ptapia tin. Lib
erl meekly advance. Fatacted terrt
torv. rtid -ataMtl.l Ixwiae. M. t!
KSn-. -;t-l4 Craft a Fldg. Cleveland. It
.mrh
WANTED.
WANTED TO 15 FT 11 or ?1 foot !. it..
Al!n ra F. O, Box Ki FrnacIa f.a
mar
W ANTE! .') to 1rn ljrb..r traJe
1 ae a or! J nM rror barbers than ajiy
other t: e""tri Fear a-erk o im Itfte
T" i Inclutsed. Foard If 3eTd. Wagtt
a-Mla i-arriirg, rflant ai pi! nta wc.ta.
!0itr Lrbr Cr:i-g. New Orlrarsa, Im.
Ttrart
WANTFTt Tnsr JoW Frtortng and oed.t
for Kngravtrsg of all kinia, cai ,
r"1a. welding lnvtttfora, t . MATCil
PRINTING CO., II Waat Oorernmaat.
EDUCATIONAL
T'orrt.isU r:tr;iC,r.n In Shfrthand,
i an n' 4 Hifg." Wkeplf;t. Trie
grphv. l.Pg:.!j. Civil Hervl.-a and fr.
Trr-f!t -i .' ('(.'Tfri I1 iri r gr.t
. ' l',ni(., r ii' -a latltj!e.
gji - nd FaJjfov. am--ti

FOR RENT.
Fisher Real Estate Agency
WIIT tlOC
raj- h9r M.60
J19 W. 1aaa K
ifll tt. atprtPC 40-00
1 W. .re gorr tX0

f N. R;i f0.00
ll Wt Wright -M'
s w. C.r. gory ..aoo
130 W. rhaa 00
W. Gregory fH.(M
I3 W. Cotarnraafit iH.M
U W Roman fH00
M Wt Urdn tm
... v . i 'e-iot,, ........
L W. Romana HIM
1 N. Itayien IHOO
5t?l ei. It rualona tUM
U.'l W. Fin ttt.M
Magnotta IHOfl
W. Ooveffliuent 11.W
! W. Oragorv 1
waat mtvndanctav io.w
W. GotrrB!nant
. i trvinifi..,,,,,,,,,, i.uu
TH W. KarraaxMHia .....
ie H riubba t t 00
5 W. atalu , .M
IV -h , gCO
U:. W. l etaraon 0
11 W. Roman t
I4ir iide
TH K. TRu wn
' r Roman ..,atW
10? Ii C.reaorv tn.99
tl !. Flortda !nna Mt.60
11 . Wam.... im m
" .v'n.ati.K .................... w v.-v
r Eaat t.ragory tao-eo
r.. f n ,. .,,,. w
H-ll N. frta aJfl.OO
US E. Zarraaoaaa t?0.C0
N Hayp a0 00
8 Alranii taa.M
!J N. lth Avnu .U00
:.! U. frrerorv t
US N th Avantt 1? W
ri. Ctrvactt , flT.PO
lit North Tenth vnu I1TM
v fp Atenuo t.w
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LADT wU'j I1.0M04 to play part n1
aalat In rrodutlng tx rtel lova atory
ntotiurt pi. inrr. Laity murt t aitr nt
and alia to Imltalg g'hoolglrl. You
handle your own money. "It" Fno!a
Journal. IniarvhSt
TO TflK FARMERS, ganlanera. and
fMHiltryman. liava Jat rciwo a
freah at k of aeed. Including tardan
p-aa. aarly roa. !la trlump an4 IHah
bbler aed potato, onion a ate. baani.
tomatoes and a g-nrrai in. ar 4 ror
Inter and erring planting. Wa oaprv
a fall ln ot poanry aurpxe. arucn
eruahad oytr n'i, rnarcoeo. na.t
r-raca. ground bar a, foadg and remedle
W are agantg for thf Cyphr Incu Incubator,
bator, Incubator, brooders, ate. FrtiUr euoh
as can feo aad. J. E. Dubulnoo ft Rra.
EDUCATIONAL.
MRS. MAY CLUTTIR, tugi 1I It a at
Oad.O.n. Fnon tni, Plana, Tkaary,
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vaic. llftb
PIANOS.
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pert plana builder and raj finlal.er.
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wek. TB Out tar MusVs liava. lino
PERSONAL.
WEL1LTHT outhrn pnyrklan 4J. wouM
marry, ronfMentaL P-lki 15. Laga.
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8AM L WOODS Should jrou a thl
article. I arlah to tell you 1 ttll! haa
furniture. Won't yoti plea return
If not. I'leaao let tne com to J ou. I
tf ed u . Minnie WotMl. 4mchl"
POSITION WANTED.
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block of ground. Room tt.r
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gating. investigating. Let us show von.

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ftiaeta tf flrt Mon-1ay night In mrh
month at th W. o, w. ll, r, cvnier .,r
Roman and U)ln t'rtct.1. at i.31
o'clock..
15. II. KlMFSON
JOSEFH FF.r.no. Mtfi-.r Woikrun
Recording $terUry. In,
oeol L, No. g. I. O. O. F,
Fenaaccla Lodg No. I 11. . . r.
neeta exery Tnurdy at V S o, m in
Raffor4 1111. corner Hat1n and Baln'iout
treat. VU.tora cordially litttad
tri; In initiatory drgrr.
JOU;. OKfiKlTN OKfiKlTN-0.
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"J.cratary.
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Lfv Oak Caanp SV 1. Wtvvloian of t?,
World triaeta Crt and third Tuaadav
eights for gentral buaineaa n4 ,nm4
nd fourth Tua!ay iJg'.i'.i fop degr
work. Weodmaa UaiL
S. T, DAVIS.
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c. c.
w, o. w.
Ulrkory Camp No. 11 Woormtn of ta
World meata cond an-f fua'th W4n-i-ay
biglita at L p. m. woodmen Ha l
corner IJayian nj Roman.
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vary con! ai (uurtb W.dnaadar of
arh month at I p. m.. n iMTurd I fa it.
corner Itaylan ana Relmoit streata.
ViKiiipg patriarchs ar in Had tit at at-land.
land. at-land. W K KYTESIIARD,
OU1. FRElDRlCHf FN, C P.
Rcrtba.
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and Gull Steamship Co.
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rucioiiT t:nvicra5
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COLA, AI'ALACHI-COLA, CARRASCLLE. II T. AN ANDREW!,
DREW!, ANDREW!, PANAMA CITY,
MILLVILLE.
An) All Palatg git tt. AMrtt Bf
Cgrrgball od AVaalaltlala.
CHEOULEi
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far M alalia. Ala.
Igvso Maall. Morsy 7tD9 p. m.
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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 7, 1915.

Y Wonder?
What's going to be
worn i here.
Why worry?
Wc make good if it
doesn't wear to your
satisfaction.
Spring Hats,
Spring Shoes,
Spring Shirts,
Spring Cravats.

A Mtf' Star Colst.
203-211 South Palafox.
"ZUDORA"
No. 1
Th. T Tt Ml!. I'm fv-iUif Mv Mv-try.
try. Mv-try. All ,-r Tl.nhovP :-'t
l r'.
"Hearts and Plants
A ." -1g l'VfiV-" With
"His SistcPT Kiddie V
With Mf'". PaiJgetey utl Ie!nd
!- sn. tfjan'ousert
"A Coatsa Coat"
vxun r.in iyn. victoria
For, end l Norman, (eior
COM1MQ TUtiDAYi
V.'wH ri;m Cmro Preeen's Cecil
"The Dancer and the
King"
five pfts
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SPECIAL SUNDAY
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50 cents
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tt
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Conaonim with Tea
FlSif
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fremh I'raa
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Shrimp i?a!ad 1 Majonstwe Dressing
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NICE CAKE.-WE.
Have COMPrXNV
!

GOOD GUIS
OF BASKETBALL

YALE AND SUNSHINES ARE VIC VIC-TORS
TORS VIC-TORS OVERTHE CORNELLS AND
HARVARDS AT THE Y. M. C. A.
Two very 19 and exciting fimn
at basket hall took r,lo on th Y.
M. C. A. court yesterday afternoon.
Th fret giro aa between th Cor Cornell
nell Cornell nd yl and was won by th
Ya! team, th cor being twenty-en
to fit -en In favor th latter team.
Little Orson MyT and hi big
trot Her starred fur th victor; while
Vaughn and Hunter lx.-nf played very
well for th losing segregation.
Th eetnd gme tie h'unehin ?Vam
outplayed th Harvards and won by
the following scor fourteen to nine.
The Munahlne ara a met! balanced
team and showed plndid team work.
Ward Koeg played a fin gam at
. rward and shot several pretty goal.
DeS'lva and Osgood played star gtus.
The Harvard are A splendid team tn.
div'.dually but need lota of practlca
to psrfeot thetr playl if.
The field goal and freo triea were
a a f'Hows;
Cornel) F.O
Vaughn 2
PeH 6
Friedman
Levy 1
X-org 2
FT.
Tale fO,
K.ihn
C. Mayer
T'trrow I
M. Mayer I
W. ffurU 9
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ruighura :. 0
Mi rrn 1
Nobie 1
Tales . 1
Ilerahko-rtta 0
IbiUrta 1
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In the Junior legu th Old GJoiiea
defeated Invinib1ea hy a ator of
twelve to four and the (ilanta defeated
the Tiitfrt, th iKfre Iwing twelve to
three. ,
W. T. aiell, e-prtmater nf Ed
wardnport. Ind., wrltet: "I aufferod
from sever troubl wth my kldneyt
and back. Flret bottle of Foley Kid Kidney
ney Kidney PUSa gav me relUf." Tbouaanda
teetlfy that ba-rkach-, rheurfc.l8m,
aor mur.lw, arhlng joint and blad
der waaknes Tanlshel when Foley
Kidney TVAt were takec. tTAUmberte a
Iharrrafy. Adr.)
TWENTY PENSACOLA
BATTERS STRIKE OUT
B FECIAL TO TIIK JOURNAL,
ivrunlak. Mar-h 6. --The baaebaJl
aeaaon waa opened at Palmer College
Katurdy, Mirrh 0, with a good gam
between Talmer and Pemacola. It
looked good to th old horav-hid
and th willow In eldene agiin.
From th Jtirnp It waa it corking good
game, and waa what 0 aport eer'he
In a ant to rail a pHclier' batil In
h:rh I'onif vy of renaacol ni For Fortune
tune Fortune of Palmer wir ti mound ar ar-tleta.
tleta. ar-tleta. In fart It waa a pitched battle
In which Fortune struck out twenty of
FenMaola'a claaey buncii, while IVnl IVnl-fay
fay IVnl-fay eaaed nine of Halmer'a men to n
Ilk fat by th hot air route. During
all thee nine Innlnga -sf god port
Fenaarola'a team were able to untM
th twtaJ of no runa. and only by a
Teaa Uaaer did they nh Fortun of
a no-hlt no-run gmme, while Palmer
annexed a total it tlx hUa and one
run.
The batterle were Penaacola, Iiont Iiont-fay
fay Iiont-fay and Olaon: Palmer, Fortun and
Moor. I'.oth team p)tyed Jam up
gr.od ball, as th box invre wis. ow.
tU-1'4 outa. Fortur. Z); Ikmlfay ;
hlt. Penaarola one; Palmer, si; er error.
ror. error. Ppneacoia 1, Pa!mr 5; omp're,
MMre.
WELCOME INFORMATION.
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re glad to learn t "vat )"o!ejr Kidney
"lis give relief from lanituidness stiff
,nd sre muscle snd Jnts. purines
under eves, bnckache, bladder wek wek-nesa
nesa wek-nesa and rheumatlcm. They get re results.
sults. results. Contain no haimfut drug a
j Ir Alemberle' phrmay.
(Adv.)
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& AMUSEMENTS

Mea, Southwi.ka Return Engsgsmnt,
Mr. Mouthwlck will return to fill an
engagement for th evening of the
tenth. Wednesday, when ah will read
"In the Melting Pot.' On 'count of
th downpour of rain only a small su surf
rf surf lenc had th pteaeur .f hearing
"The Merchant e Venire," Mr
Beruthwick'a great power aa an n n-terpreter
terpreter n-terpreter waa shown especially !n tha
portraying of Khylock and Portia.
Throughout th evening th attention
of the gudieno waa held by th atrong
atmosphere created by the. reader.
Mt fortunate ar w to be able to get
Mrt. fouthwtck on her open date. Thl
a-il giv the people who had ticket fr
the ""Merchant of Ventoev a chance to
us them for evening of th tenth.
At th li a.
The I-ia today preaenta a Sunday
protcram of great merit for fta patron
rn that it guaranteed to ri' fh
mt ftijioua of the mov-ie.fana.
The blil la a dlvereifled one and there therefore
fore therefore deeigned to pleaee alt rlasae of
patron.
"The Twenty Million rvllar My My-tery"
tery" My-tery" la to ariar, presenting an all all-aiar
aiar all-aiar Thanhoueer oaat. It la in two
reel and thoe who have aeen this
wonderful plrture can mjrmlie a hat la
to bo een today.
ilearta and Ilanta," feat uring Chea Cheater
ter Cheater Conklln. la a aoream'nf Keyetone.
and upholda the reputation of thli
great ynd!-rate of UuO produoera.
-Hi Sieter1 Kldllea." a Than Than-houaer
houaer Than-houaer with Helen RodgHey and Lo Lo-Ivnd
Ivnd Lo-Ivnd Henham la a feature in Itself
and la followed by "A Coat' a Coat."
with Kddi Lyona, Hrtoria Ford and
Iie M rar.
Mra. Hrift Wf Ratttal.
Nothing oould bav been flnr than
th added evident cf artietlc ability
aa a reader furoiahed by Mra. Herbert
Wood at her recital at the First Chris Christian
tian Christian church on Friday evening
An audience of altout eeven hjn.
dred did her th hr.or of aaeetnbflng
for till eipreaa purpose of hearing her
no more after an abnr of two
eara, and thy were not diaappointed.
Mr. Wood U of the kind that turnna
I right to the front directly the public
get chance to hear r.er. An artlut
cf tho frt rank, ahoae tate naturaliy
inclinea t. the very beat in literature,
her appeal to human natur la a aln-
-er aa It I lmmdlatly uceaafu!.
It 9 her wonderful grip upon an
udJenre which la tha aecret of Mr.
wood' Bucreaa ainrerlty and ympa ympa-thy
thy ympa-thy combined with geniua Not on of
all that larg aeaemblag. anting or
tandlng wherever they pould crowd
In, went away without a deep fueling
of reapect for the reader and an Inner
Butter goodness fills
odor-proof wrappii;s (a
there.

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and delicate flavor that can be brought out of rich,
pasteurized cream undc perfect butter-making con conditions.
ditions. conditions. This is the biggest seller of all creamery butters
on the market.
There's a reason, and you'll discover it when
you serve this popular table butter.
a
Your grocer sells it.
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Whole sale Distributers.

HUH-QKE-ItXXAT KTlO'rV Wrft

GDTlKE tO?E

AtLMlK&D-HOW CO X POT TttE

tREOVEM - OR rAPTEWAPDSC

acknowledgement cf her great and

beautiful personality.
In a program which contained some
thing for everyone Mr. Wood carried
her audience with her and moved them
to laughter or tear or both at one
at her will. Her will that la another
factor of Mr. Wood's ucc-a. Noth Nothing
ing Nothing but sheer will power on the part
of a elngl performer can move an
audience. And what better evidence
van there be of sufh power than th
deathlike atlenr of seven hundred
people at moment of dramatic in in-tenalty
tenalty in-tenalty or th peala of Uughter from
that Mm seven hundred at a momerti
of dramatic absurdity?
All of the thtnga Mr. Wood ac accomplished
complished accomplished mtth the consummate eaee
of the finished artist.
Mra Wood has travelled from coaet
to coast throughout th ITnited States;
and. aa attested by th overflowing
tr butea of th pre, ha positively no
rival in her own particular method of
handling a euhject or an audience.
Where all was eioeilent and the se selection
lection selection of readings so cleverly varied
there ? little room for comparison
pf one with another. "Jean Val Jean
and th Bishop- by Victor Hugo, gav
Mrs. Wood th greatest scope for ex exhibiting
hibiting exhibiting her wonderful power aa an Im Impersonator,
personator, Impersonator, and It waa here ah doubt doubt-leas
leas doubt-leas mad her greatest hit.
Neit, for dramatic power, came "Co "Co-lumhua
lumhua "Co-lumhua on the Port of Ships," her
reiterated nrterame of "Kail on and
on and on" being tremendously effec effective.
tive. effective. The comic clement, which appealed
to all. young and old. w well taken
car of In -Jathrob Ianthrop's Cow,"
"Amanda Wedding." and "The Ut Utile
ile Utile PIsau Iil," th latter of wbii
suffered from "a pain In Its sawduxt
caused by "Appendleawdust." so the
doctor declared. Her the audience
suffered apaama of laughter and hand
kerchiefs were openly In evidence, in
excited mmir of th audience shout shout-Ing
Ing shout-Ing It waa worth a couple t-f hun hundred
dred hundred dollars to present such a splen splendid
did splendid performance
It Is earnestly to be hoped that Mr.
Wood may b prevailed upon to give
th I'ensacola public a further oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity of hearing her befor sh leavea
Uetween readings some well ren rendered
dered rendered musical eelevticn were given by
members and friend of the church In Including
cluding Including Mlea Mabel Orcen, Mlas Dim Dimple
ple Dimple McMillan. Doctor an I Mr. C. IT,
Mitchell and Mr. Heymour M. Phillips,
which met with hearty approval and
due recognition.
Th Ladloa Aid ar ntlled to the
highest prais ftr th businesslike
manner In which an early supper was
served for th benefit of tourists snd
visitor which ass liberally patronlieil.
this package. Air-tight,
patented package) keep it

The Proof of the Cake

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I ! . Is -Jfc. I . .1 I I I

As the entire proceeds of both sup supper
per supper and recital wet handed over to
the church building fund the First
Christian church Is to bo heartily
rongratalated upon Ita Initiative In se securing
curing securing Mrs. Wood and fr the excel excellence
lence excellence of Its arrangementa throughout
a brilliantly successful evening.
VA LIT U .A N t OTT.

Within th Law" Friday March 12th,
IxK'al theatergoers are trtain to
manifest great Interest In the an announcement
nouncement announcement that Bayard Vei!Srs ex exciting
citing exciting play of modern Amrriran life,
-Within the I.aw." which is the reign reigning
ing reigning dramatic sensation of New York
and Cbicaxo, a ill be given its return
presentation l.re, under th manaser manaser-lal
lal manaser-lal direction of Kelayn and Comrany
at th Opera )!oue on Friday th 12th.
In thla gripping drama of thrUSs
there i adopted f.r the first time for
u on th stage amokelee powder
atd a Maxim silencer, such a the
aocompiices of the McNamera dyna dynamiter
miter dynamiter ae aiUged to have employed to
rid themeelves of persons who might
hamper thetr plana. These Ingenious
Instruments of death add coneldra ily
to the myeiery the police are called
upon to solve In the play a myetery
they might never have fathomed but
for the sacrifice f a profmnlonl crim criminal
inal criminal who takes the bl.ime upon himself
and goes willingly to his punishment
out of unselflth demotion to a jonng
woman who stood by him when he waa
In peril Nfore. As a lckcTounl for
this story Is the n iitl problem of the
preon who Is convicted of a rr'.me.
gta to prin and s-rv- the aentenc
In full, rtty to be persecuted after afterward
ward afterward by the poll' and hounded away
from the endeavor to earn a re;utaMe
livelihood. In "Within the lw" the
convict Is a pretty young girl who Is
innocent of the offense with which she
la charted hut la sacrificed to the iunt !
of a hypovritlca' employer. Cjon her
release sh Is foned to rhoe ! !-taeen
taeen !-taeen a life of the streets or taking up
warfare on the laa. Hhe adof,ta the
latter course, adroitly keeping leyond
the clutches of the machine she de defies.
fies. defies. Th battle she wages Is extreme extremely
ly extremely daring snd Ingenious and her tri triumph,
umph, triumph, while not complete, la sugges suggestive
tive suggestive of the methods of escaping re responsibility
sponsibility responsibility said to be employed by
financial buccaneers In their so-called
"Mg husireaa" oreratlon.
k 'Within the Iia" exetvtre an al almost
most almost Irresistible human appeal on all
classes of ttieartergoer and I said
to be on of the most exciting theat theat-rl
rl theat-rl wl offerings of many year. An ad admirably
mirably admirably fine cast appears while the
ornate scenic embellishment afforded
"Within the laiw" by Pelwyn and Com Com-laoy
laoy Com-laoy I sa elaborate as might be ex expected
pected expected from the producers wh
standard of artistic excellence is well
known. Clara Joel wlil again assume
th rol of Mary Turner, supported by
th nme excellent company that s-i
seen her last season.
Tickets at KaSkcoms Wednsij4y
March llth.
Bemta Theatr.
Today the Honit present a long-looked-for
feat ur In the plcturixt!on
of H. X. Du fcSouchet' famous farce
comedy. "The Man From Mexico." with
th Inimitable John lbrrymore In the
title role, in commenting on the screen
production of the famou play. Oeorg
Dlaisdell. th noted Critic, has the fol following
lowing following to say In th Moving Picture
Wtrld:
When John liarrymore made hla
screen debut In "The American Cltl Cltl-xen,"
xen," Cltl-xen," w knew there had been uncov uncovered
ered uncovered a man aith unusual aptitudo for
th silent drama, or still better and
rarer, silent comedy. "Silent." by th
way. when speaking of "The Man
From Mexico," refers not to an audi audience
ence audience If e.n may Judge by the re reception
ception reception given at the Strand Monday
afternoon to the Famous Players' rtve rtve-part
part rtve-part adaption of Du Houchet comedy.
While th house was not boisterous,
there wer continual ripples of mirth.
Th fun Is generouely sprinkled
through th entire length.
ne story la straight comedy. It
supplies Mr. Barrymor with a srlen-
oiu meuium lor the display 0f his
bright particular talent In getting out
or a given humorous situation the
mosr ttiere may be In IL There are
many twist to the pt; there are
compllcatlona and then more com pi! -cations.
If it strain the credulity.
this remarkable series of happenings
that befall Mr. and Mrs. Fltzhew,
nevrtneleft st furnishes abundant
ftf?i. And that la more than sufficient
answer.
Monday is soap day at
The Crystal Pharmacy.
Is In the Eating.

DELEGATES 10
THE W.O.W. HEAD
MP TO LEAVE

PARTY FROM PENSACOLA AND
ADJOINING TERRITORY WILL
DEPART -THIS AFTERNOON FOR
LAKELAND.
relegates to the Woodmen of the
Worlds head camp, which meets In
lakeland early the coming week, a ill
leave thla afternoon for that place.
Th hevd camp meets every two years
and the per.sacoia delegatra go In Instructed
structed Instructed to Invite th camp to hold Its
convention of 1917 In PensacoU. Thost.
who will mke the trip ar a folio T
LJv Oak Camp No. 1. J. F. Davis,
F. A. Hoghich and wife. Ciiarlea White,
2. D. Cunningham.
Hickory Camp No. 3I.C. It. Crook,
F. I.. Heeger and P. 1 Hollo.
Pine Tree Camp No, 41. Warring,
ton J. It Cloud.
Sycamore Camp. No. V.Z, Century
I. N. Herrtngtcii,
oik tlrtjve Camp, No, I, WtxMjmen'g
Circle Mm. K. H. Nleleen and Mr.
H. K. McCurdy.
Century Cirri Mrs. W. H, D;l.
Subscribe to The Journal.
V3

DANIEL FROHMAN
presents the iirmitablc
in II. A. DuSouchet's Famous Farce

THE f.lAW FROM DC

The Flay That Made the Country Laugh..
A comedy of Ludicrous Dilemmas and Laugha Laughable
ble Laughable Misfortunes, produced by Famous Flayers in tivc
reels.

TOMORROW
RUNAWAY JURJE9
gaa:!',,;,!;1.:-! r n.ivfr awm , ;ir

FRa DAY,

SELWYN & CO.
Prrsent the Greatest Melodrama of the Age,

T

Lirpj T up

By Bayard Veiller
With Clara Joel as Wary Turner.

Same New York Compiriy and Production That
Appeared Here Last Season.

Prices 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50.
Seat Sale at Balkcom's. Wednesday,
March 10th.

PYTHlAtiS llilll

GO TO PALATKA
THIS filllG

DELEGATION REPRESENTING
THE WEST FLORIDA LODGES
WILL INVITE CF.ANO LODGE TO
HOLD NEXT MEETING HERE.
Pythian from Petisactd and towns
of Wet Florida i!l lev tonight foi
Palatka. aher the grand lodrf wiil
convene Tuesday nu-rnlng for Its an annual
nual annual session. All 1 delegate from
lodc comrriring this district have
been Instructed to extend an invitation
for the next meettni? to " bald In
Penactl and a ill urge th a'Hep a'Hep-tance
tance a'Hep-tance f the Invitation.
Th delegate going from Pensacvil.v
to represent the various lodse are a
folios e:
Pensacola No. 3, W. II. Whtta and
II II. DeWltt.
lamon No, 13. W. U Moyer, Abu
Daniel and F. M Williams.
It.ilhl'on No. 30, N. J. l.lllard and
Jamew ltrgic.
Pythln Hltitcre Mra F. M. Wll Wll-lwms,
lwms, Wll-lwms, Mrs. liemy Horsier.. Mrs. lid
Dennard and Mrs. lUttie Von Itosen.
5r.nd lodge officers who probably
aill attend front this city ar (Iran J
Vlce-Chanccllor Hcott M. lftin, Pal
Ornnd Chancellor Hi.ry Horsier and
Past tlrand Chancellor J. F.mmeit
Wolfe.
ft
3 A tl C S3
By "HOP?
IHcONf vAMA -
NVOULDNT VOU
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