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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 13, 1910.
9 Over-Eating Worse Than Starvation Seven Deaths Arise From This Cause To One Of Lack Of Food. A Trial Package of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets Sent Free. An English medical oDserver claims that for one death to starvation there are seven from over-eating. His investigation is appalling and leads one to believe that among the Anglo-Saxon race over-eating is a na tional crime. This investigation proves over-eating to be the cause In ten cases out of twelve of dyspepsia, indigestion and stomach trouble. These diseases bring on decay ana decline of the other organs and deatn ensues because of an inability of the system to furnish proper nourishment to the dying and afflicted parts. When one over-eats, one exhausts the gastric fluids, throws undigested food into the Intestines where it cre ates poison and germ life and is finally absorbed in a putrid state or thrown from the system in a decaying form. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets will over come the ill effects of gluttony and irregular eating. They will digest an abnormal amount of food and will not leave the stomach until everything has been digested. , A single one-grain ingredient of these tablets will digest 3,000 grains of food and in this proportion is seen how even gluttony can be overcome or at least its most harmful effects re moved. Make up your mind to try Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets for one week. Take a tablet after each meal and upon re tiring at night. Every druggist car ries them in stock; price 60c. If you have a druggist friend ask his opinion. Send us your name and address and we will send you a trial package free by mail. Address F. A. Stuart Co., 150 Stuart Bldg., Marshall, Mich. A Zelius & Son Phone 157. 504 South Palafox St. Butcher and Green Grocer A full line of. Fresh Meats, Country Pro duce, Poultry, Eggs, etc. Special attention giv en to ships' trade. Prompt Delivery. Pensacola, Fla. WEAR A Tailored Suit at Less Cost All eyes envy the tailor-dressed man and the personal satisfaction that is his is not little. We represent THE ROYAL TAILORS of m Chicago, and can fit you in a suit from $14 up to as high as the ordinary man cares to go. Hundreds of beautiful weaves and patterns to select from. D. & I. MAYER Merchants Hotel Building. McMillan bros. co. J CODnArftmltha Ara U.tel VAAfkcsir TURPENTINE STILLS " I P. O. Box Si Tel.'isoo. I pensacolaTfla. W , Subscribe for The Journal. CORPS OF THE YJ.G.A. LEADERS IS OWING, TO INCREASE OF MEM BERSHIP IN LOCAL BRANCH, SUCH ORGANIZATION WAS FOUND TO BE NECESSARY. Owing to the increase in member ship in the local branch of the Y. M. C. A., it has become necessary to or ganize what will be known as a "Lead ers Corps," in the physical department. A meeting of the leaders was held last night and the constitution adopted. A special meeting has been called for Monday night, Feb. 14, at 7 o'clock, for the election of officers. In speaking of the new organization. Physical Director Hoppen said last night that the corps will no doubt prove very valuable to the physical department, as some excellent ma terial has been secured for the leader ship. The constitution which was adopted, is as follows: The Constitution. Article I. Name. This organiza tlon shall be called the "Leaders' Corps". Article II. The objects of the Lead ers' Corps shall be to render brotherly service by promoting physical training and its allied branches for the develop ment of true manliness within and without this association. Article III. Section 1. Only young men who acknowledge their obligation to be of service to their fellows, or who earnestly desire to promote the objects of this organization in their own lives and In the lives of others shall be eligible to membership. Section 2. Membership shall be di vided into two divisions, viz: Leader and Honorary Leader. Article IV. Dues. The monthly dues of the corps shall be 50 cents per month and shall be payable on the first meeting night of each month. Article V. Officers. Section 1. The officers of the Leaders' Corps shall be as follows: Honorary President, Pres ident, Vice-President, Secretary-Treas-urer, the last three of which 6ball be elected by ballot at the monthly meet ing. Section 2. The physical director shall be honorary president. Article VI. Committee. The honor ary president, president, vice-president and secretary-treasurer shall consti tute an executive committee. Article' VII. Attendance. This con stitution can only be altered or amend ed by a two-thirds vote of the mem bers present at a regular business meeting, provided that due notice Has been given at a previous regular busi ness meeting of such amendment. Article L Membership. Section 1. The president, boys' secretary and general secretary of the association shall be ex-officio members of the Leaders' Corps. Section 2. A leader Is a member of the corps who is engaged in active work of the physical department. Section 3. An honorary leader is one who has completed his four years' course. Section 4. An ex-member is one who ias severed his connection with the corps before completing his four years' course. He may resume his for mer position at any time. Section 5. A leader cannot be dis qualified except 5by a two-thirds vote of the entire corps at a regular month ly meeting, notice of motion having been made one month previously. Article II. Election of Members. Section 1. To secure new members the names of qualified men shall be suggested. They shall be interviewed by the physical director, balloted upon at the next monthly meeting of the Leaders' Corps. Section 2. Vacancies shall be filled by election at the next business meet ing, or at a special meeting called for that purpose. Article III. Duties of Officers. Sec tion 1. The honorary president shall preside at all meetings other than busi ness meetings. Section 2. The president shall pre side at all business meetings of the Leaders' Corps, and call special meet ings whenever occasion demands, or on the written request of three mem bers. He shall be ex-offlclo a member of all sub-committees. Section 3. In the absence of the president, the vice-president shall per form the duties appertaining to that office.' Section 4. It shall be the duty of the secretary-treasurer to keep a true and correct record of all business metinegs, to conduct correspondence, and to post notices; to collect dues, to receive and account for all monies, and to make disbursements under the in struction of the committee, without whose order no monies shall be paid out. He 6hall prepare a statement, which shall be presented to the corps at the monthly meeting. He shall also have charge of all books, records, and other property of the corps. Article IV. Meetings. Section 1. The annual meeting shall be held dur ing the month of September for the election of officers and the transaction of such other business as may be brought before it. Section 2. The leaders shall meet weekly on Friday evenings for floor work, business and study, at wnich four (4) shall be a quorum." Section 3. The following shall be the order of business: (1) Minutes, (2) Unfinished Business, (3) Reports, (4) New Business, (5) Study, (6) Ad journment, (7) Floor Work. Section 4. Special meetings may be called as provided for in Article III, Section 2. Article V. Uniforms, Colors and Emblems. Section 1. The leaders' uniform shall consist of a white sleeve less jersey with emblem on breast, gray trousers with black stripe run- ORGANIZED IN EVERY WAY the Bitter will prove very helpful to those who suffer from ailments of the Stomach, Liver, Kidneys and Bowels. It has stood the test of public approval for over 66 years, so It must be good. Try Hostetter's Stomach Bitters to-day for Loss of Appetite, Sour Ris ings, Heartburn, Bloating, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Costiveness, Biliousness, Kid ney Ills, Colds, Grippe and Malaria. You'll acknowledge it to be the best. For sale at all drug stores. CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY TREASURER t JS &v 3 ' ' t Joel Frater. nlng down the sides, tan leather belt and white tennis snoes. Section 2. The colors shall be crim son and yellow. Section 3. The emblem shall be an equilatoral triangle of crimson felt worn with apex down. This triangle shall be five Inches on a side; each side to be three-quarters of an Inch wide. In addition to the triangle, a bar of yellow felt six Inches long and one-quarter of an inch wide shall pass through the center of the triangle, i horizontally and below the triangle. This shall be the emblem lor the first year. Section 4. The emblem for the sec ond year shall be a triangle as pro vided in Section 3, with two yellow felt bars placed parallel and horizon tally one-quarter of an inch apart, and passing one-eighth of an inch above and below the center of the triangle. Section 5. The emblem for the third year shall be a triangle as pro vided in Section 3, with three yellow felt bars placed parallel and horizon tally one-quarter of an Inch apart, the middle to pass through the center of the triangle. Section 6. The emblem for the fourth year shall be a triangle as pro vided In Section 3, with four yellow felt bars placed parallel and horizon tally one-quarter of an Inch apart, the two center bars to be each one-eighth of an inch from the center of the triangle. Section 7. The emblem for an hon orary leader shall be the same as that for the fourth year, with the addition of a yellow silk star one inch in size. Article VI. Examinations. Section 1. At the end of each year's worit there shall be an examination of tloor work taken up during the year. Section 2. A record shall be kept of the leader's adherence to leading and attendance at all regular meetings which shall count in annual exami nation. Section 3. Upon election to the Leaders Corps a member shall receive the emblem for the first year. Section 4. He shall receive his sec ond emblem at the close of his first year's work if he secured 70 per cent, in the leaders' annual examination. Section 5. He shall receive his third emblem at the close of his sec ond year's work if he. secures 75 per cent, in the annual examination. Section 6. He shall receive his fourth emblem at the close of his third year's work if he secures 80 per cent, in the annual examination. Section 7. At the close ot his fourth year's work he shall receive the hon orary leaders' emblem without further A GOOD THING When It Comes Along Don't Let it Get Away From You. "I really feel that it is hardly pos sible to say too much in favor of Grape-Nuts as a health food," writes a Chicago woman. "For 9 or 10 years I had suffered from indigestion and chronic jonstipa tion, caused by the continued usa of coffee and rich, heavy, greasy foods. My ailments made my life so wretched that I was eager to try anything that held out a promise of help. tAnd that is how I happened to buy a package of Grape-Nuts food last spring. "That ended my experience. For in Grape-Nuts I found exactly what 1 wanted and needed. From the day 1 began to use it I noticed an improve ment and in a very few weeks I found my health completely restored. "My digestive appartaus now works perfectly and my chronic constipation has been entirely relieved. I have gained in weight materially, and life is a very pleasant thing to me so long as I use Grape-Nuts once or twice a day. I have found by experiment that if 1 leave it off for a few days my health suffers. "A physician in our town has great success in treating stomach' troubles, and the secret of it is that he puts his patients on Grape-Nuts food it always brings back the power of digestion." "There's a Reason." Read "The Road to Wellville," in pkgs. Ever read the above letter? A new one appears from time to time. They are genuine, true, and full of human interest. '1 I'; w it hf !lX30T3.XLCOXO.ei3Lt 2 Mr. A. Friedman, of the Ready-to-Wear Store, is now in New York City, where he is purchasing a heavy stock of Spring and Summer goods. During his absence he has left orders to close out absolutely every dollar's worth of winter stock, such as Handsome Suits, One-Piece Dresses, Goats, Separate Skirts, Waists, Etc., with utter disregard for cost. He has also authorized great reductions in the line of early Spring goods, which have recently been received, in order to make room for the wonderful array of beautiful ready-to-wear garments, which will soon be arriving from the best known modistes of the east, and crowding the store. On Monday, and all during the week, these instructions will be carried out to the letter. This is a wonderful opportunity to secure handsome things at ridiculous prices. Take note of it. Tlie Ready-to-Wear Store. n 13 WT 111 i'i' " H WEARERS OF SDOES are Invited to make use of our "Come and Get" service. If you are not in reach of our shop, phone 564, we will send for and return your Shoes. A personal visit Is more satisfactory. We want to meet you. Boston Shoe Shop - 8-10 W. Romans. Men's Shoes. Rubber Heels 40c Ladies' Shoes. Seles, Sewed 65c VSoles, Nailed 40c Rubber Heels 35c Open Saturdays till 9:30. examination. Article VIII. Assessments. No as sessment can be levied upon the mem bers except by a majority vote of the members present at any regular meet ing. Article VIII. Amendments. Section 1. These By-Laws may be amended by a two-thirds vote of the members prosent at a regular business meeting provided that due notice has been given at a previous meeting of such amendment. Section 2. Any by-law may be sus pended by a two-thirds vote of the members present at a regular business meeting. HIES OF THE LOCAL MISS SERVICES AT FORT BARRANCAS THIS MORNING AND AT MISSION HOME ON GOVERNMENT STREET THIS AFTERNOON. At Fort Barrancas This morning at 9:30 the car will leave the dummy sta tion on 'Main street in time to take visitors to the fort. Services begin at 10:20, returning by 11:45 car, arriving half an hour later. Rev. R. V. Simp son will preach and Miss Kuth Coon3 will have charge of the singing. Afternoon at 3:15 The Bible class meets at the Mission House, corner Government and Reus streets, at which a good program will be rendered and a very interesting hour will be spent. Evening Song service at 7:30. and sermon at 8 o clock. Good singing. All are invited to each of these ser vices. The free night school meets on Mon day ar.d Friday nights at 7 o'clock for both boys and girls. No charge for anything. The art class meets at 10 a. m. Sat urday morning and sewing class at 3 p. m. CRADLE. ALTAR AND GRAVE The following is the record of mar riages, births and deaths during the past week, as are of record in the of fices of the city clerk and county judge: White Marriages. Stacy Douglass and Sallie Campbell. Leon A. Enos and Elizabeth, E. Moore. Feleon D. Booker and Annie Wilson. Carl Eugene Burlison and Vesta Blanch Robinson. Chas. W. Denson and Nora Peacock. Jesse W. Mann and Marie Beatrice Scarlett. Henry H. McCutchin and Lizzie Dyer. Colored Marriages. Sam Jackson and Sallie Stanley. Kolly Brown, Jr., and Lydia L. Pot ter. Russell McCaskill and Susie Butler. Thos. H. Pfeiffer and Agnes Dupont. White 'Deaths. Frank Suarez, 71 years, nephritis. Mrs. Alice Hines, 37 years, chronic nephritis. Colored Deaths. Pearl D. Wilkins, 7 days, lockjaw. Robert Smith, 6 years, organic heart disease. Robert Paynes, 29 years, pneumonia. White Births. To Henry Clay White and wife, a girl. To John Hallas and wife, a boy. To Henry Farrington and wife, a girl. To Oscar E. Maura and wife, a girl. To John Purdy and wife, a boy. To John J. Brown, Jr., and wife, a boy. To Sam Ellis and wife, a boy. To Elmer J. Ghislin and wife, a girl. To J. E. Merrill and wife, a girl. To E. E. Strickland and wife, a boy. Colored Births. To Joe Harris and wife, a boy. To Joseph Gatler and wife, a boy. To J. Norman Wilkins and wife, a girl. To Riley Purifoy and wife, a boy. REALTY FIRM HIKES CHANGE C M. M'CLURE PURCHASES EN TIRE STOCK IN FIRM FROM MESSRS. M'MILLAN AND HARTS FIELD, AND WILL CONTINUE BUSINESS. C. M. McClure has purchased the holdings of Messrs. A. M. McMillan and C. G. Hartsfleld in the firm of McMillan, McClure & Co., and will continue the business in his own Spring's Herald as FRANK name and be personally in charge of the same, conducting a fire insurance, loan and realty business. Mr. Harts field and Mr. McMillan retire to go into other lines, or to devote their entire attention to other business in which they are interested, and Mr. McClure, giving the new business the benefit of ten years' of experience, will no doubt make good in his chosen line. A sensible female named Pearl, Thought she wanted to get in the whirl; So she hied to McMillan's And then made some kill- in's, With a new Percale dress, sly old girl! (REGULAR 15c PERCALES IN ALL THE SPRING DESIGNS AT MCMIL LAN'S BIG BARGAIN SALE TO-MORROW FOR ONLY 10c PER YARD). lowfIWes of insurance STRONG EFFORT BEING MADE TO GET LOWER RATES OF FIRE IN SURANCE IN THE PAVED SEC TION OF THE CITY. L. S. Brown & Co., well known real estate and general insurance agents, are circulating a petition recommend ing that the local board of insurance agents take up the matter of a lower fire Insurance rate with the South eastern Underwriters Association of Atlanta. Owing to the fact that Pensacola has recently enlarged her water sup ply, made extension of mains as well aa installed larger and new mains in the business district, and has also done much paving, it is believed that a lower rate should be granted. NEGRO FIREMAN DEAD ON ENGINE Sam Womack, a negro fireman, out of Mobile, and who came here yes terday on a southbound freight train, fell dead while on his engine at the Arrived It is with much pleasure and pride that we announce the arrival of the handsomest and most com prehensive line of Spring and Sum mer woolens for men's garments ever shown by any tailoring house in this city. Over 600 patterns in the assortment and each selected for its unusual worth and beauty. You are cordially invited to in spect this unusual showing whether in immediate need of garments or not. DRICKETT, fERSONfi TARDNER 1 TAILORS VP For Men Who Care J 8. GARDNER, Manager. Brent How Does Your Gro cer Treat You? in point of service, pri ces and qualities? If there is room for im provement this store awaits your commands. The satisfaction that comes with pleased cus tomers will then be both yours and ours. KLEIN GROCERY CO. MAX KLEIN, Proprietor. Wholesale and Retail Groceries and Ship Supplies. 600-502 South Palafox Street. Phone 358. L. & N. round house, at an early hour last night. Coroner Nicholsen was called and viewed the body, and det cided that his death was due to heart disease. A lot of old newspapers, tied up in neat bundles for sale, 5c a bundle, at The Jour nal oif ice. Subscribe for The Journal, Political Announcements. FOR COUNTY TREASURER. I hereby announce my candidacy fo the nomination of County Treasurer, subx ject to the action of the Democratic pri maries. W. A. DUNHAM. I hereby announce my candidacy fop County Treasurer, subject to the action ol the Democratic primaries. JOEL FRATER. I hereby announce myself a candidate for re-election to the office of County Treasurer, subject to the action of ths democratic primaries, and respectfully eo licit the support of all democrats. J- ED. WILLIAMS. I hereby announce myself a candidate for County Treasurer, subject to the ac tion of the democratic primaries. G. J. MORGAN. Penmacmla. Building,