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2 THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL TUESDAY MORNING JUNE 16 1908
ECZEMA NOW CURABLE
All Itching Skin Diseases Which art
Not Hereditary Instantly Relie
ed by Oil of Wintergreen l
Can Eczema be cured
Some physicians say hem
Some say 4Xo
The real question Is What is
meant by Eczema If you mean
those scaly eruptions those diseases
which make their first appearance
not at birth but years afterward and
perhaps not until middle agethen
there can no longer be any question
hat these forms of Eczema are cur
able
Simple vegetable oil of winter
green mixed with other vegetable
Ingredients will kill the germs that
Infest the skin Apply this pres rIp
tlon to the skin and instantly that
awful itch Is gone The very mo
ment the liquid is applied that agon
izing tantalizing Itch disappears and
continued applications of this extern
al remedy soon cure the disease
We carry in stock this oil of wia
tergreen properly compounded Into
D D D Prescription While we are
Hot sure that it will cure all those
cases of skin trouble which are in
herited we positively know that this
D D D Prescription whenever right
ly used will cure every last case of
genuine Eczema or other skSn trou
ble which did not exist at birth
We konw this Anyway you your
self will know that D D D Pre
scription instantly takes away the
itch the moment it Is applied to the
kin J Hooton corner Palafox awl
Romana streets Stop that Itch to
day instantly Just call at our store
and try this refreshing and soothing
liquid also ask about D D D Soap
PRETTY MILK MAIDS
TO HOLD CONVENTION
An altogether unique and Interest
Ing entertainment will be given in
Malaga 3quare next Friday evening
at S oclock for the benefit of the
IY C T U under the direction of
JlAA Olga White A pleasing fea
ture of the evening will be the tin
pail drill and song to the tune of
ureidleberg by 1C pretty milkmaids
In their quaint costumes with their
16 shining pails moving as a unit in
the hright light which will be
thrown upon them they will make a
brilliant and beautiful picture Sev
eral funny specialties will be intro
duced and the entertainment prom
ise to be one of the most delightful
affairs ever given in the city Else
where in these columns you will find
an announcement of the interesting
event
NURSING MOTHERS AND MALARIA
The Old Standard GROVES TASTE
LESS CH1LJL TOXJC drives out ma
laria and builds up the system For
grown people and children SOc
Vote Tuesday for A M
McMillan for circuit clerk
FALCO MERCANTILE CO
Sells Its Holdings to Slocum Aa
People for 17000
Sn clai to The Journal
Falco Ala June 13 JThe Falco
Mercantile Co jiavo sold their entire
stork of merchandise and fixtures at
FaUo and WJngto Boall Bros of
Slocumi Alp Tho inventory to
gether with outstanding notes buiui
Jng etc amounted to the neighbor
hood of 17000
A M McMillan has made
a good circuit clerk Keep
him there
FIRE TRUCK DRIVER
FULLY EXONERATED
Chas BrlgRS a driver for the firo
department was exonerated of all re
sponsibility for the runaway of the
truck to which he is asslgiietlon
Juno 9 On that night there was a
call from Box Noxttr and at the cor
ner of Belmont and tlayne streets
the hone ran Into a tree Tho truck
was pretty badly damaged but can
lip repaired
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Corns I
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corns on the feet are cer
tainly out of place I
For pours on yo nr feet
we have the only guaran I
teed cure to be had any
where at any price It is
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CORN SOLVENT
and It nert tills to promntlv re
I move corns painlessly by imply
X > alBtlr > c oa Hard or Soft Corns
are all alike to this magic com
b alsber under any conjltlces
Get this it you wact to ect rid
oTthe f3r
s ACORNS
on your feet
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The Crystal Pharmacy
Agents for Whitmans Can
dies Mail o crs promptly
filled
Telephone 453 and get
what you want at once
Brent Building
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STOCKHOLDERS
MEET TONIGHT
Site for New Hotel Will Be
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Chosen by Majority
Vote
The folowing has been received by
holders of stock In Pensacolas new
halfmillion dollar hotel
There will be a meeting of the
subscribers to the stock of the Pen
sacola Hotel Company Tuesday June
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ICh at 7CO p m at the Brent build
Ing for the purpose of acting upon
the directors selection of hotel site
Please be sure to attend as a ma
jority of the stock must be represent
ed In voting upon this question
J JL JtUDDOX President
uF F BINGHAJI Secretary
Vote for John A Wiggins
for County Commissioner to
1 day PROHIBITION
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VOTE IN TEXAS
Democratic Party Will Sub
mit Question to a Vote
I by Primary
I The New Orleans TimesDemocrat
says The announcement that the
I Democratic State Committee of Tex
as has decided to submit to the Dem
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ocratic votersof that state at the pri
mary to be held July 29 the question
of prohibition will cause surprise
coming immediately after the intro
duction in the Louisiana legislature
of a proposition to submit prohibi
tion to the voters in the November
presidential and congressional elec I
I tion It is evident from these two
propositions that the southern prohi
bition movement has crossed the Mis
sissippi and is now making a fight in
tho southwest
The action taken for the submis
sion of the question to the Texas
Democratic party is practically a sub
mission to all the voters of that
state as the Democratic majority i =
so overwhelming thai whatever the
party recommends will be immediate
ly enacted into a law
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The state has been debatable
ground on tho liquor question for
years the tide of battle turning first
one way then the other During the
last few years scores of local option
elections have been held and for
some time past these contests have
become more and more bitter The
ELECTION DISTRICTS AND
VOTING PLACES OF COUNTY
The following is a correct list of all election districts in
Kscambia county together with the voting places in each
district as revised by the Board of County Commissioners
No 1 V Gold b a c k s Store
No 2 Kupirians Park
No 3 Mill view
ATb 4 Old Roberts Place
No pi tf r Klondike
Nojft a A o 1 Gonzalez
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No t > 4i 1 > y Pine barren
No o McKinnonville
No 9 I Hti IT Springs
No1 30 t Reillys Old Field
NoTl Walnut Hill
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No 22 city Corner Chase and Cevallos
No 13 city Court House Annex
No 34 qTty r West Romana Street
No 35 city I Corner DeVillicr and Intendcncia
No JtL i J Pineville
No3 T V v Brent Station
No ISvV > l 1 C David
No1A > 5 i Molino
N20v Flomaton
No 21 CV JNIuscogee
> so 22 v Century
No23 Creamers Gin
Xo 24 T Palmetto Reach
No 2 n > Hendricks Store
Xo 2 6 < city i Corner Chase and llth ices
No 27 cjtyj Corner 10th ave and DeSoto
No 28 city 1 Corner Alcaniz and Brainard
Xo 29 city Corner 1layne and Gadsden
N 080 city Corner Palafox and Lloyd
XonSl city Corner Strong and Olivia
Yo 32 city v Corner Government and K
Xo 33 J3 rat t s
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violence of ome of the proliquor ad
vocates and the loss of several lives
in these campaigns turned the tide
In favor of the Prohibitionists Elec
tions were called in county after
county and in nearly all instances
the Prohibitionists were successful
until about twothirds of the state
was dry Then they made the mis
take of attacking the townsthe first
victories had been mainly in rural
districtswhen the tide turned the
other way and the wets were suc
cess iul
Liquor Men Cleaning Up
In the meanwhile some of the
liquor men seeing that their cause
wa weak because of the misdeeds
and violations of law on the part of
the dives grcggeries etc declared
in favor of the better regulation of
the saloons and the closure of those
found violating the law and assist
ed in passing a very rtgid law aim
ed at disorderly and rowdy barrooms
It was thought that this act woiiia
check the prohibition tide hut it has
apparently not done so or at least
the Prohibitionists after a hot con
test before the Democratic commit
tee have succeeded In having the
question of license or prohibition sub
mitted to the Democratic voters The
submission of the question to the
legislature has been tin ed several
times but the sentiment In favor or
prohibition has not heretofore been
strong enough to give any chance of
sircross The Prohibitionists evi
dently feel that they are niucft
stronger today for they have asked
that the matter be referred to the
voters and tlteyfind the Democratic
State Committee willing to accept
their suggestions and submit this
great question to the voters
A M McMillan has made
a good circuit clerk Keep
him there
LUMBER MANUFACTURERS
Special to The Journal
Minneapolis Minn lung In Or
ganizations of lumbermen In all sec
tion of the country have sent dele
gations to the convention of the Na
tional Lumber Manufacturers Asso
ciation which ofrons Tuesday for a
session of three days
Vote for John A Wiggins
for County Commissioner to
day
Turning a Tight Screw
Any one who has attempted to re
move a very tight screw knows what
a very difficult business it Is After
straining and twisting for a con
siderable time the operator frequent
ly ends by losing his temper and
destroying the bite of the screw
which remains fixed as tightly as ever
With the aid of a pair oC pinchers how
ever the affair Is quite a simple one
Place the screwdriver in position and
then catch bold of the blade with the
pinchers just above the head of the
screw Press the screwdriver firmly
and at the same time twist round the
blade with the pinchers The tightest
screw will yield immediately to this
sort of persuasion
Just received a new lot of
flower seeds The Crystal
Pharmacy
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H an elegant line of Mens Stocks newest and nobbiest designs I
i also some late creations in FourinHands
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i Boys Blue Serge Suits sizes 10 to 17 f j
Hi Norfolk Coats Knickerbocker Trousers prices 6 to 9 m
I WATSON PARKER REESE CO 1
I CD EVERYTHING TO WEAR m
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Special to The Journal
Lockhart Ala June 15A num
ber of Lockhart people are visiting
the seaside resorts I
Dame rumor reports a possible
wedding in the near future the con II
tracting parties being Dr W E
Grace and Miss Anderson of Cleve
land O The report cannot be con
firmed as the genial doctor is non
visiting friends in the western part
of the state
Robert Gallagher former superin
tendent of the logging department is
expected to spend a few days here I I
goon He is always sure of a hearty
welcome from his legion of friends I
J W LaJIaistre is preparing to set
out 10000 eucalyptus trees this win
ter He is receiving information from
the agricultural department at Wash i
ington relative to their care
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The companys farm looks well
Mr LeJIaistre is now setting out 0
acres in sweet potatoes His other
crops especially his fields of John I
I ton grass are fine I
J W Edge paid a visit to home
I folks Sunday IHe was accompanied
by Mrs Edge and baby I
I A mnriber of voters from Camp
I Xo 1 expect to go to the second prI i
mary to vote for their favorites j
A Lenfen Claf of Camp No 1 was i
I in town today looking hearty as usual j
I He reports everything on the hustle I
i at Camp No 1
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We dont try to deceive by fancy j
j ads or mysterious name Simply
S Hollisters Rocky Mountain Tea j
I made millions strong healthy and I
happy where other remedies failed 1
Youll not regret trying it 35 cents j
Tea or Tablets Hannah Bros
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A M McMillan has made j
a good circuit clerk Keep
him there
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I Harris Fla June 15DaHy show I
ers are giving every one here plenty
I to do as it is now potato planting
time I
i A party from here enjoyed a trip
I to Santa Rosa Island last Monday
night bathing and turtle egg hunting
A social party was given at the I
home of Albert Watson Tuesday night
by Miss Libbie Reddiyk which was
much appreciated and greatly enjoy
ed by all present
I Miss Nellie Hughey of Pensacola
i is the guest of Mrs A E McGuire
j Mrs AB McGuire and Miss Nellie I
I Hughey were pleasant callers at
Hightown last Friday evening
Capt R A Baker and family re
turned to Pensacola Thursday on the
mail steamer Ruth
All are well pleased to see the
Ruth on her run once more as she
affords good accommodations to all
Mrs Ora Ward three children and I
sister Miss Fannie Cobb were the
guests of Mrs Asa Ward and family
a few days this week
A dance was given > by Mrs A E
McGuire at her lovely homo on Wed
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nesday night but owing to the rain
very few were in attendance Those
present however enjoyed every mo
ment
H Bicker wife and two children
Ed Golson and Miss Irene Golson aro
guests at the home of Mr Walter
Bicker for a few weeks
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REVIVAL HELD
AT BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev T jr I
Callaway of the First
Baptist church preached at the open
ing revival services at the East Hill
i church last night Mr Callaways
I subject was Jesus at the Door of the
+ Church and he delivered a sermon
i that was much appreciated hy his
i congregation
1 l Ed Williams led the choir and
rendered some very fine music irr
I Phillips sang two solos that were
particularly good
I The Rev M AVray will arrive to
day and take charge of the meeting
tonight
Vote Tuesday for A M
McMillan for circuit clerk
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Garniers Fla June 15lr Rey iJ
j nolds the manager of the Ocean i
I City and Mrs Allen one of the mem i
bers of the association made a busi I
ness trip to Garniers last week The >
city is in need of a launch and I
I they were out on a tour of inspection I
Will Brooks is making arrange
i ments to leave Camp Walton and to
take up his residence on his home j
f stead He will keep his launch at the I
i head of the bayou so he will be able I
to reach civilization quickly and k
I Basil <
G W Soule finding his launch
I Dream too small is building a fine I
twentyfoot launch i
It has been said that If a visitor t
to Santa Rosa Sound gets even three
j grains of sand in their shoes that
they are sure to return again to the
scund though in the meantime they
visit the North Pole and in proof of
this Jlr Goodrich former owner of
the Gulf View hotel now of Pensa
I cola is here visiting his old friends
and Jlr and Mrs Billington of Meridian
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ridian Mrs Longshore and two sons
of Xew Orleans Miss Vera Soule of
Meridian are visiting Jlr G VV
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Soule of Camp Walton
ITbe mall boat Ruth was disabled
1 last week and the launch Margery
carried the mail while the Ruth wa
being repaire 1 i
JIu T C Brooks of Camp Walton I
went to Pensacola last Monday for
a load of freight and while loading I
a barrel of sugar on the launch The
Bells his helper dropped one side of I
the parrel thereby throwing Jlr
Brooks against the launch winlow
his arm crashed through the glas
k and cut through the flesh to the j
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The Peoples Choice
for
CONGRESS
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He was the high man
in the first primary
He will win in the sec
ond primary
He offers youth ener
gy abilaty integrity
determination and a
splendid ambition for
the service of his coun
trymen
A VOTE FOR KB HOB
means a vote for a Militant Progressive Dcmocrac
the Democracy that Does things
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EIGHT GOOD REASONS
LWII I Why WEST FLORIDA
SHOULD VOTE FOR KEHOE
FOR CONGRESS
1 BECAUSE West Florida has not had a Congress
man for fourteen years
2 BECAUSE Jefferson County the home of Ke
hoes opponent hag had representation in Con
gress for eighteen years +
3 BECAUSE there are twentyone Federal State
and StateJudicial officers in this State and East
Middle and South Florida now furnish twenty of
these and West Florida only one
4 BECAUSE of the 80500 a year paid in salaries to
our Federal StateJudicial officers East Middle
and South Florida draw 77500 per year and
West Florida only draws 3000
5 BECAUSE Kehoe is capable worthy honest fear
less and energetic
6 BECAUSE everything being equal it is a good
idea to stand by your own section
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7 BECAUSE Kehoe will appreciate your vote and
support and will work faithfully and earnestly for
the interests of the people of the district
8 BECAUSE KEHOE IS A HOME MAN
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DONALD FRASER SCHOOL
Near Alanta r i
College Preparatory Excellent military discipline Prepares for
West Point Annapolis or Technical Schools Healthful climate altitude
1100 feet above sea level For handsome catalogue address
HOLMAN GARDNER Principal
Decatur Ga
bone above the elbow Jlr Brooks I
ilressed the wound and left for home
The arm was healing at last reports
The Howard moving picture show
same to Garniers last Tuesday and
Howard alone was tho whole show
tor ho was ventriloquist photographer
manipulator of the wooden man the
moving spirit as well as the voice
Df Punch Judy policeman and a rt
hut he amused the crowd by swalow
ing a newspaper and then draw I
ing from his mouth yards of differ
ent colored ribbons His sleight of
hand tricks were quite transparent to i
i close observer >
Mrs Banks of Gulf View Mrs
Sellers T C Brooks and family Ben
Powell and a number of others from
Camp Walton attended the show 1
They came in The Bells
Messrs Shepard Thomas and Har
ris of Pensacola are spending a two
weeks vacation at Tartvills and are
feud in their praise of the beauty or
the scenery in this country of bayous
Wednesday the crank shaft of Mr
Shepards launch was broken and he
was hunting some one to tow him I
from Camp Walton to Tartville
I Jlr William Marker of Dcstin went
to Pensacola last week and bought a j
1 stock of groceries for his Destin r
tore
Miss Carlin has been spending a
few days with her friends Jlr G W
Soule and family
A tenpound boy camo to gladden
the hearts of Jlr and Mrs Calvin
Bishop this week
I Captain Barks came up the hay
i Wednesday from Pensacola on his
schooner the Laura F B
Jlr I inkleman who came here from
Jlilwaukee a year ago and bought
the Weekly place on the Sound has
returned to Wisconsin and advertises
his place for sale
Jlr Dallas Duncan has been to JIH
ton to make a final five years proof of
his homestead claim Brandy wine 1
Jlr John Stanford and brother
Harold walked from Freoport to Gar
niers last week The walk proved
too much or him as he has been
down with a fever ever since he
piached home Master Harold stood
the trip all right
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The delicious smooth mellowness of
Cascade Pure WHisky represents the best ti
in the art of distillation Snapping with
i i aacsai the life and vigor of the grain yet full
1 CA of the velvety richness of vlatestua
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N COLORING Distributer
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