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141 THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL SUNDAY MORNING MAY 31 1908
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Ten Little Humans
Ten little human1 on the water wagon
fine
One met an old friend and then there
were but nine
Nine little humans on the water wa
gon sate
One got a new iheir and then there
were fbut eight
Eight little humans chose the water
route to heaven
One took a sip < for luck and then
there were but seven
Seven little humans signed the pledge
neer more to mix
Ones wife mother died and then
there were but six
Six little hiimans tried the water cart
to drive
One sa + dVhats tthe use and then
there were but five
Fire ISttJe Unimans whoso drinking
days were oer
Dne got a bad coM and then there
were tout our
Pour little humans who said they
wouldnt spree
One was asked out to dine and then
there were but three
V
Three little humans with resolutions
new
One reconsidered and then there
were but two
Trwo little hinnans whose drinking
days were done
One went out election night and then
there was but one
One little human ihad sworn off sev
eral times
Then they screwed him In his coffin
iWhich endeth these poor
rhymes
From the June Bohemian
SERVICES TODAY
Ministers are respectfully request
ed to notify The Journal promptly of
any change In the order of services
at their respective churches Notices
for this column should reach The
Journal not later than 6 p m on Sat
urday ot each week
The order or services at the various
churches in and near Pensacola today
r will be as follows
CATHOLIC
St Michaels Church First Mass
at 7 a m Childrens Mass 9 a m
Last mass 1030 a m Rosary and Ves
pers at 4 p m Benediction 5 p m bap
tism 2 p m
St Josephs ChurchUntli further no
tlno Sundays Low Mass and Instruction
at 7 a m Sunday School at9 a m High
Mass and Instruction at 10 a m Ves
pers Rosary and Benediction of the Bless
ed Sacrament at 1 pm
During Advent Lent and the months
of May Octoher and November Holy
Mass is offered at S a rn on week days
Confessions from 4 p m to ft p m on
the evenings of Sundays Holy Days of
Obligation and First Fridays of the
month
Baptisms on Sunday at 2 p m or by
appointment
Church of Sacred HeartNinth avenue
mid Jackson streetLow mass 7 a m
hlsjli maas 930 a m Special musical
services Rosary and benediction of
tic Blcscd Sacrament 500 Week day I
nass at 610 Confessions Saturdays
Even of Feast on First Fridays 4 p m
BAPTIST
First Baptist Church Rer Thos M
Callaway pastor residence 114 West I
Gndsdon St Sunday School at 930 I
it m Judge E D BOSKS superintendent I
Services at 11 a mNlght services and
prayer meeting 730 to 8 p m The B Y
P tT meets evry Sunday at C30 p m
East Hill Baptist Church between
Gadaden and Jackson streets on 13th
avenue J W Sentorfltt pastor Preach
ing 2nd and 4th Sundays in each month at
11 n m and 745 p m Sunday school
every Sunday at 1 > 4S a m Prayer meet
ing cvcrp Vedne dap night at 745 p m
B Y P U every Sunday at 645
p m
West Hill Baptist Church 1912 West
Jackson street J W Senterfltt pastor
Preaching every 1st and 3rdVSundays at
11 a m and 730 p m Sunday school
every Sunday Itt 10 a m Prayer meet
ing every Thursday at 730 pm B Y
P XT Sundays at 745 p m
EPISCOPAL
Christ ChurchRev p H WTialey D
D Rector Services at 745 and 11 a
in
St Katharines Cervantes and Davis
streets Rev J J Perry rector Holy
Communion 7 a mi Sunday school 930
a m morning prayer and sermon 11 a
m evening prayer 500 p m
St Johns Warrington Evening pray
er and sermon at 730 p m
METHODIST
First Methodist Church Corner Palafox
and Garden Rev C W Gavin pastor
Tel 1404 930 n m Sunday school J N
Andrew Superintendent 930 a m
Gadsden Street Methodist Church Rev
F A Ropers pastor Sunday school 330
a m WR Bennett superintendent
Service at 11 a m Evening service at
800 Buoy Peoples ClassA Class in
connection with the Gadsden St Sunday
SHAKE INTO YOUR SHOES
Allens FootEase a powder Relieves
painful smarting nervous feet and In
growing nails and Instantly takes the
sting out of corns and bunions Its the
greatest comfort discovery of the age
Allens FootEase makes tight or new
shoes feel easy It is a certain cure for
sweating callous swollen tired aching
feet Try It today Sold by all Druggists
and Shoe stores By mail for 25c In
stamps Dont accept any substitute Trial
package FREE Address Allen S Olm
sted LeRoy N Y
School for adult persons who do not have
time to properly prepare the lesson during
the week meets at 330 a mf Mrs L E
Nobles director
PRESBYTERIAN
First Presbyterian Churcn Rev Julian
S Slbley pastor Sunday school at 930
a m Adult Bible class 10 a m Regu
lar services with preaching at 11 a m
Sunday School at the Stoddart Avenue
Mission at 330 po m C F Zecic super
intendent All are cordially invited
LUTHERAN CHURCH
German Lutneran ChurchRev J F
W Reinhardt pastor Sunday school 9 a
in German services 1030 a m and En
glish services at 730 p m Vestry meet
ing after close of morning service
Norwegian Seamens ChurchRev Jno
HeJie pastor Services 1030 a m
English service at ip m
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
First Christian Church 19 East Chase
street Thos N Lennox minister
Preaching 11 a m and 745 p m Sun
day school 945 a m H J llackey Sup
erintendent Prayer meeting Wednesday
745
UNIVERSALIST
FlPCt Universallst rchEast Chase
street Rev Charles P Hall pastor resi
dence Gulllemarde and Gonzalez streets
Preaching at 11 a m and 730 p m Sun
day school at 10 a m Y P C U at 630
p m Prayer meeting Wednesday at 730
p m A most cordial Invitation Is extend
ed to all
SALVATION ARMY
Salvation Army Hall 30s West Gov
ernment street Capt and Mrs M Walk
er in charge Junior services 230 p
m Salvation Army meeting S p m Ser
I vices every night excepting Monday at
8 p m A cordial welcome will be ex
tended to all
YMCA
Y M C A Association building open
from 3 to 6 p m Sunday Club 330 p m
Boys Bible Class 330 p m Bible Teach
ers Training Class Thursday S p m
Open dally from 9 a m to 10 p m Visit
ors cordially welcome
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Church of Christ corner Jackson and
Alcaniz streets Bible school at 945 a m
Preaching at 11 a in and 730 p m by
W T Tracy Topic meeting Friday at
730 p rn
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
First Church of Christ Scientist
Services every Sunday morning at 11
oclock and Wednesday at 400 p m
Public cordially welcome Room 14 Ma
sonic Temple
BARACA CLASS
Baraca Class The Young Mens Bara
ea Class of the First Methodist church
will meet Sunday morning at the Pala
fox Church corner Palafox and Garden
streets at 930 Strangers are cordially
invited to attend
NAVY YARD
Mission Chapel Evening prayer and
sermon 730 p m F B Magee will con
duct services
MCQUARRIE FOR
COMMISSIONER
He Asks for Support of The I
Voters in the Second
Primary
Commissioners District No 4
takes in precincts 46 7S 17 21 19
I 27 28 and 29 Thh is a large dis
trict taking in three precincts In Pen
sacola north of Gadsden and east of
Palafox I am a candidate for the of
fice of commissioner to represent this
district
This is a small office but a very
responsible I have held respon
sieble positions satisfactorily to my
employer and will endeavor if elected
to work for the interests of this dis
tract and county Good business judg
ment in what the county needs and
a careful use of the public moneys
are what I advocate
I have no ax to gntad and promise
a square deal to the whole district
and living as I do in the centre of
this district have the best opportun
ity to look after your interests
Thanking my friends for their sup
port in the first primary I will ap
preciate your help and support in the
second
Yours truly
D R ZttcQUiARRIE
Candidate for Commissioner Dist 4
3tdly and It wkly I
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Itrr
ed by the largest
N Tea house South Pack
ed in air tight tins sealed from
I dust and
germs Priced as
low as superior high qual
sI1IrJ ity permits
Acco Teas St Charles Teas 4JY
14 Ib Tins 2Sc 14 lb Tins 20c
rf A 12 Ib Tins 50c 12 Ib Tins 40c
1 Ib Tins 100 1 Ib Tins SOc
Varieties for your choosing iGun
I r powder English Breakfast Oolong
j 4 Ceylon India and Blended
J French Opera Honey Moon
S 1 14 Ib Pkg 15c 112 Ib Pkg Sc A
S 12 lb Pkg 30c 16 lb Pkg lOc
1 lb Im 60c
Patriotic Southern housewives 4
will appreciate the superb high
quality of these teas Yoir
grocer can supply you
t American Coffee Co
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HARBOR RIVER
AND MARINE
NEWS
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Shipping Transactions and
Notes of Interest Along
The Bay Front
The auxiliary schooner Nancy Lee
of the Bay Fisheries company en
tered yesterday with 11000 pounds or
snappers
S V S
The schooner Lottie entered yester
day from points up the Blackwater
river with 168 barrels of naval stores
and 26000 shingles She took on a
return cargo and sailed yesterday at
ternoon
S 1
The fishing schooner Halycon ot
the Warren fleet sailed for the snap
per banks yesterday
S S W
The schooner Cleopatra arrived
yesterday from bay points with a
cargo of naval stores
S S S I
The schooner Edna Greenhut en
tered yesterday from Point Washing
ton with a mixed cargo of honey cat
tle and gophers
K S 0
Mobile Register At a meeting ot
the Marine Electoral Board of Mobile
held yesterday it was unanimously re
solved that the draft of vessels leav
ing Mobile be placed at 22 feet ef
fective June 1 Mayor P J Lyons oc
cupied the chair and those present
were Messrs John T Bauer John B
Waterman H G Grimiley J W
Scheible and Capt Jack Williams
The work of the United States en
gineers is about completed and places
the shipping of Mobile on the old ba
sis at the time of the storm in Sep
tember 1906 and is pronounced wel
come news to all shipping interest
doing business at Mobile The work
to be done will result In the further
widening and deepening of the chan
nel
S S
The stamer Tarpon Capt Barrow
entered yesterday from her regular
trip to Millville SL Andrews and
points to the east She had a cargo
of 500 barrels of naval stores and
two carloads of shingles the Jatter
for Mobile parties The vessel also
had several passengers
ARINE NEWS
Arrived
Val SaUce Ital ss Costa 1789
Savona to Gulf Transit Co
VESSELS IN PORT I
Steamships
JTayfieul Br ss Sampson 1725 Dakar
to KeyserMuldon
Fernandina British ss Webber 1146
Pomeron to J A Merritt Co
Regina German ss Lleberg Port Ar
thur to T A MerrItt Co
Bulcie British ss Harrison 1295
Pomeron to J A Menlit Co
Everieda Br ss Barker 19S7 Gulf
port to Cary Co
CoShips
Torrldon Italian ship Conpadoncla
1352 Dublin to order
Sarxs
Marcn Nor bark Olsen 1393 Monte
vedlo to master
Gesso Italian bark Leboffe 988 Con
rakry to W I Wittich Co
Fiola Ital bk Palazzo 876 Marseilles
to Pensacola Lumber Co
Main Bahn Italian bark Razeto 1305
Montevedio to master
Marina Madre Ital bk Galtano
1468 Rio Janeiro to Rosasco Bros
Viva Nor bk Paulesen 1G43 Buenos
Ares to master
Alexander Black Br bktn Mobile to
master
Ronn Ger bk Strack 1053 Mobile to
master
Schooners
Donna Christina Am sch McLeod
1C5 Belize to master
Kate Feare Am sch Whitney 315
Mobile to master
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Special to The Journal
iFalco Ala May 29John tRSch
ibourg of Crestview Fla has accept
el a position as assistant bookkeeper
nd stenographer in the office of the
Florida and Alabama Land Company
The planing mails there are running
day and night to keep the dried lum
ber clear from the dry kilns which
necessitated doubling the capacity of
the dry shed
Dr A H Miller who spent last
week in attendance at the Grand
Lodge K of P at Tuscaloosa Ala
returned Saturday and reports having
an exceptionally good time
C F Lewis who has
been the
saw
yer here for nearly two years resign
ed last week to accept the position
as
sawyer at Chapman Ala
A lot of old newspapers
tied up in neat bundles for
sale 5c a bundle at The Jour
nal office
Butler Springs
Hotel
This resort Is now open for the sea
sonA
A cool and delightfully pleasant place
to spend the summer months In the coun
tryAn
An abundance of the very best sulphur
magnesia and chalybeate waters
Dally malls local and Iong distance
phones
Rates very reasonable
Phone or write for further Information
W J JONES
Owner and Proprietor
Butler Springs Ala
Dr Biggers Huckleberry Cordial
B OWE L r sever fail to rellt TIt at once It is the favorite babr modicine of
the beet nure and faiaily doctors Mtbn ererrwnere flick to it
TR 0 U B LES andur = their friend to give it to Children for Colic D watery
Orainpw Diarrhoea Flax FoalStomach and all Stomacb amil Bowel
Ailments Toa can depend on it Doat worry bat take Dr Biccn
CEILDE EN Haoklftlxrrr Oojtiial 25 rents At drnc ytor or bj mall Circular free
TEETITJNG HATTIWA > GER TAYLOR DRUG CO Atlanta Ga
CURES STOMACHACHE IN TEN MINUTES
PAY YOUR
ELECTION BETS
If the bet was for lldrinksttt
be sure that you call for Moer
lein Beer This is a popular
ten cent seller which has all
the merits of all the others and
some of its own besides Kept
on ice at all bars and clubs
INSIST ON MOERLEIN
AND GROW FAT
STOCKTON TO
THE DEMOCRATS
OF FLORIDA
He Addresses Them Upon
The Issues of the Pres
ent Campaign
VOTERS ARE APPEALED TO TO
HELP DEFEAT THE SALOON IN
TERESTS OF THE STATE ALL
OF WHICH ARE BACKING GIL
CHRIST FOR GOVERNOR
Jacksonville Fla May 28 1908
To the Democratic Voters of Florida
I sincerely thank those who voted
for me and supported my candidacy
for Governor in the last primary elec
tion No one who does not know as
well as I do the unlimited resources
and the unscrupulous methods of the
saloons and railroad interests which
were united in the vicious attaoks up
J N C Stockton
on any candidacy can understand how
sincerely I do appreciate the support
given me
The issue is now clearly and dis
tinctly defined I call on every right
thinking man in each and every pre
cinct of Florida to give dispassionate
consideration to the methods and In
fluences arrayed against me
Three great railroad corporations in
Florida liaving no reason to believe
that iwould deal otherwise than fair
ly and firmly between them and the
people are openly and actively at
work tor the election of MT Gil
christ
Should Mr Gilchrist be nominated I
June 16th he will owe his nomination I
to the saloon and railroad interests If J
I successful I will owe Inn nomi
nation to those patriotic citizens of
Florida who could not be misled by
Have
ci
1J You
Seen
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v Ad
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s Money Talks
We overbought for this sea
son and to turn our woolens
into cash we are offering suits
at these prices
2500 to 2800
Suits NOW 51930
uooo to 2ro
Suits NOW 52400 Ii
3500 to SOO
I
Suits NOW 2900
40 and 4500 I
Suits NOW 400
All garments to be paid for I
at time of delivery
BRING THE MONEY I
d PRICKETT PERSON 6 r ARDNES
I L TAILORS U Brent U Building
U Incorporated a
W FRANK B GARDNER Managwv
iMI
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any possible power or influence of the
I
saloons or railroads
The managers of Mr Gilchrists
campaign have used the most despica I
ble methods in an attempt to ruin my
character The vicious nature of the
campaign made against me in the in
terest of llr Gilchrist must have
been Toiown and consented to by him
I will say nothing against him as a
man I appeal to you on the grounds
of principle I appeal to those of his
supporters who may have voted ifor
hsm uninfluenced by either the sa
loons or railroads to consider the
methods and influences used in his be I
half and against my candidacy This
being known should be sufficient rea I
scn why they should not DC again
founi joined with the saloons in his
support Tune 16th S
I appeal to all voters who do not
wish to have a governor owing his
nomination to the combined support
of the liquor interests and the rail
roads no matter how you have voted
in the past and no matter whether
you believe in local option or State
Prohibition to give < me your support
I give you my solemn pledge that if I
elected I shall during my entire term I
cf office ever bear an mind that I
owe my election to the patriotic gco1
I
citizenship of Florida
To our friends everywhere I sug I
gest that you organize and begrn
work for most assuredly no one can I
foresee the consequences to tHe state
of Florida if the
saloons in this cam
paign accomplish their purpose and
demonstrate that the governor 01
Florida will have wed his nomination I
to their contributions and support
Work and prove that the people of
Florida cannot be dominated by the
liquor interests I will be with you
in person or by proxy and on June
16th we will win by an overwhelming
and decisive majority
All along the line
the fight is on
and it is every jay more apparent
that it is a winning fight There can
be no doubt of the issue or ctf the out
come
Sincerely yours
JOHX X C STOCKTON
I
Every Medicine Advertis m
ed in This Paper For Sale
at CRYSTAL PHARMACY
J
H G DeSILVA CO
PLANING MILL AND SASH FACTORY
Venetian Blinds
AllMetal Fly Screens
verything for Housebuilders
BRICK Phone 11 LIME
oo A
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Pensacola Bank Trust Co
Capital 20000000
T A JENNINGS CARL H JERNAGAN
President VicePresident and Cashier
DIRECTORS
F E Brawner M L Roch J R Jennings
Oliver Jernagan Jr Thos F West W C Dewberry
Geo L Lapplngton W L Moyer J H Pace
Lep Maycr J R Shomaker J A Wright
T A Jennings Carl H Jernagan W W Flournoy
WE DO A GENERAL BANKING AND TRUST
BUSINESS
I c > IIIr
Commercial Department
Savings Department
Safety Deposit Boxes
We Invite the public to take advantage of our facilities for handling any
branch of the banking business and call special attention to our strong di
rectorate
H L Covington J R Saunders Thos V Hannah
Bryan Dunwody A M Avery McKenzie Oertlng
W S Rosasco V H Milton C M Covlngton
T F McGourln James McHugh Sr Frank Reilly ti
Chas W Lamar W L Cawthon M E Clark
AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
Designated Depository of the United States
Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 85000
Chas W Lamar M E Clark Jno Pfeiffer J W Andrews
President VicePres Cashier Asst Cashier Asst Cashier
THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK
PENSACOLA
A General Banking Business Conducted on a Safe and Conservative
Basis
Correspondence Solicited R M Bushnell Cashier
u
1880 1908
THE ESTABLISHED REPUTATION
For conservative banking
methods is winning for us
new accounts daily
f S On the basis of thorough
protection and perfect bank
ing service we invite your
business
Four per cent compounded
paid in our savings depart
t ment
First National Bank
of Pensacola Florida
Designated Depository of the United States
W H Knowles President W K Hyer Jr VicePresident and Cashier
Thos W Bvmt Asst Cashier W N Roberts Asst Cashier
Dlrectorz F C Brent W A Blount W H Knowles W K Hyer Jr and
1 Knowles Hyer
St
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SCREEN DOOR SPRING HINGES
AND LOCKS
We have them in setstwo kinds for 25 and 50
cents a set
SAUNDERS MILL COMPANY
Phone 717 21 East Garden Street
J S REESE R II CART J W DORR W R QUINA
President VicePresident Cashier Assistant Cashier
The Peoples National Bank of
Pensacola
CAPITAL 100000 SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS 30000
DIRECTORS
J J HOOTON R M CARY L J REEVES T E WELLE
W A DALEMBERTE J S REESEW DeC KESSLER
A General Banking Business Transacted and Accounts Solicited Ships Disburse
ments given Special Attention
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