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fHE PENSACOLA JOURNALS, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 8, 1910.
AAA A i 5T', sonu comiesare POT 10 JUST PROMINENT SOUTHERN NAVAL STORES MAN IN NEW YORK IN COMPANY WITH T. A. JENNINGS CfVIt NEW YORK PAPER IN TCRVIEW DENYING ANY ' CON NECTION WITH TRUST. Tbm Ntw.Tork Herald of recent it, eonmentlng upon the turpentine trust aad naval stores conditions gen erally, eotalns the following Interview with J. A. O. Carson, a prominent aaval stores man of Savannah, who is wotl-knomi throughout the south: "J. A. O. Carson, president of the Canon Naval Stores Company and also president of the Savannah Board f Trade, stated yesterday at the Ho tel Woodward. Fifty-fifth street and Eroedway. where he Is stopping in company with T. A. Jennings, presi dent of the Jennings Naval stores Company of Pensacola, Fla., that the concern of which he is the head is not Identified with the American Naval Stores Company which Is popularly known as the Turpentine Trust. It had been stated that the two concerns were aseo elates of the trust, but this Is denied. "The Carson Naval Stores Com pany la not connected with the Ameri can Naval Stores Company, directly r indirectly. In any way,' declared Mr. Canon. "Neither corporation owns, holds or Is Interested In a share of stock In the other corporation. Carson If aval Stores Com pan is a strictly in dependent concern, minding Its own business, pursuing the even tenor of tts way, and has always avoided en tangling alliances.' "Ifr. Carson also stated that other concerns which are not affliated with the trust are Chestnut Js O'Neill, Nav al Stores Factors; the Producers' Nav al Stores Company, the Southern Cta tea Naval Stores Company and F. P. Jones A Co." Boys and Girls Leather Ctpa, COc values for, 25c, at Csshm&n's Bargain House, No. 317 S. Palafox St., op posite The Plaza. GTREET WORK . WORRIES VIOLATORS etreet cleaning and a visit to the county jail seem to be the two things .that strike terror to the hearts of the regular violators of city ordinances ad It Is noticeable that since the re corder has turned a number over to the county and the council called for work of prisoners on the streets in the day, time that the arrests have been more scattering. A few weeks back they were rounded up by the police In large numbers but now they are more wary about being drunk and disorderly. There Is still plenty of outdoor work for the violators to do for the hoard of public works instructed the etreet superintendent to use prisoners en several Jobs at the last meeting of that body. WASHERWOMEN IN LARGE NUMBERS There seems to be more wash wom en In the city than any one had any Jdea of. Up to date over five hundred of them have registered at the police station and have received cards bear ing their number. Chief Sanders ex pects that the number will be swelled, possibly to a thousand, before the women are done registering. Box of candy given TO DAY to each purchaser of 25 cents worth or over for cash t The Crystal Pharmacy. will be October 10th. If you will open that Sav ings Account that you have been promising, yourself for nine months you would open. . We will allow you interest as of October 1st, at the rate of four per cent, per annum. This is not a new rule; we have been making this offer during the first ten days of each quar ter right along. Others have long since taken advantage of this liberal proposition. -vh . ..... HOW ABOUT YOU? v ; American Motional Bank DIRECTORY DR. J. B. TILLER, OENTI8T $10 Blount Building. Offlc Ptltff SS. Residence Phen 41 T. O. YATES, M. D. Optician, . 410 Blount Building. Twenty years' experience as an Eye clallit. Examination free. Dr. W. C. Dewberry. looms 04 end SOS Brent Building. Phono SOS. MISS MILLS Public Stenographer and Notary Office. Writing Room, Main Floor. AN CARLOS HOTEL. Peneacola, Fla. SOUTHERN BRICK CO. Manufacturer of BUILDING AND FIRE BRICK. Office. 412 Thleeen Building. PfcOfto 1SSS, Peneacola, Fla. Goal of all kinds ' Alabama, Jellfeo, Anthracite. Prompt OeilveHes, full weight. Phone your Export Fuel and Ice Co. ... Phone 363. w New and Relay Rails Wo make a specialty of both, and are prepared to eupply your require merits promptly. Metzger Brothers, MOBILE, ALA. BAY Mill E TERSELY TOLD. 3 . $5.00 REWARD. The Journal will pay $5.00 reward for evidence sufficient to convict any boy or person found stealing subscribers' papers after dellverv of same by carrier. Mrs. H. B. Courtney and children returned yesterday afternoon from a visit to frelnds and relatives at Pine Apple, Ala. e J. T. Connet , of Birmingham, is among those -who are stopping at the Manhattan. e Rev. G. A. Klein, of Franklin, Tenn., is among the guests of the Manhattan. Mr. Klein will occupy the pulpit of the Gadsden Street Methodist church to morrow, G. L. Kennington, of Camp "Walton, is among those stopping at the Man hattan. I K. Clements, of Memphis, Is among the arrivals at the Manhat tan. e Mike Hudson, of Atlanta, Is among the number stopping at the San Car los. o S. W. Sanders, of Birmingham, Is among the -guests of the San Car los. e ' e H. W. Bens, of Atlanta, Is among those stopping at the San Carlos. J. A. Rudolph, a prominent attorney of Birmingham, is among the guests nf the San Carlos. H. H. Patterson, of Mobile, Is among the guests of the San Carlos. D. P. Sparrow, of Memphis, is among those 'who are stopping at the San Carlos. P. A. Henderson, of Boggy, is among those who are stopping at the San Carlos today. e W. K. Horton, of Evergreen, is among those registered at the San Carlos. e In addition to the $50 reward .offered by Sheriff Van' Pelt, followed by $o0 from Frank Renshaw, Jr., Mrs. W. H. Northup authorizes the offer of an ad ditional $50 for the arrest and convic tion of the party who cut out the tongue of a horse at Roberts a few days ago, making a total of $150 of fered in rewards. e - Friends of Ed. W. Peake will be pleased to learn that he Is recovering from an Injury received last Monday, when he stepped upon a nail at th new county jail building. The nail penetrated deep into the foot and Mr. Peake has 6ince been confined to his home. "YOU'LL LIKE BLUE RIBBON." The perfect flavoring extracts. One teaspoonful of Blue Ribbon Lemon or Vanilla Extract to the quart is all that is necessary. SP MS AND CLERKS NAMED BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSION- ERS HOLD SPECIAL MELTING AND APPOINT MANAGERS FOR THE GENERAL ELECTION TO BE HELD IN NOVEMBER. The board of county commissioners held a ppecial meeting yesterday morn ing and appointed a list of clerks and Inspectors to manage the general elec tion to be held ou November 8. the second Tuesday In that month. Poll ing places were also designated by the board. The session was a short one, for after the managers of the election had been appointed, there was nothing else to be done and adjournment was taken. AUTO OWNER IS ARRESTED C W. Upp was arrested last night on the charge of reckless driving of an automobile and failure to carry proper. lights. The arrest followed an accident wherein George Conway became th? complaln'ng witness against Upp. The case wil come up before Recorder Johnson this morning. Read The Journal's Want Ads. and profit thereby. . HON E NS FERTILIZER COMPANY MAKES LARGE ADDITION TO PLANT REPUBLICANS OF COUNTY NOM INATE FULL TICKET OTHER NEWS OF BALDWIN COUNTY. j-. Special to the Journal. Bay Minette, Oct. 7. The topic for Tuesday's session of the prayer week of the Womans Missionary Society was "The American Crisis" and prayer was offered for the deaconesses and trained workers and for the mothers of our land. The topic for this after noon was 'A Call to Prayer" and prayers were offered for the board of missions and the Womans Missionary Council. The attendance has .been good despite the rainy weather. S. T. Wills, of Foley, has drawn plans for his new modern boarding house which will be erected at that place in the very near future. Mrs. A. M. Thompson, who has been ailing for some time from a complica tion of diseases, is reported as im proving slowly. B. F. Luttrell, president of the Bay D. A. R. OPEN LIVELY CAMPAIGN - I W' rM , . i zj pa REREPUBLICANS OF NEW YORK AND THEIR CANDIDATE i MRS, WtLLfAM O S T0RY New York, Oct. 7. Candidates for the office of president general of the Daughters of tht American Revolution have opened a cmpaign which prom ises to be the most fiercely wased contest in the history of the big na tional organization of women. Sev eral thousand members of the patriotic society will be deluged with campaign literature from the rival parties. Fol lowing the endorsement at the state D. A. R. conference at Cooperstown, N. Y., of Mrs. William Cumming Story as candidate for president gen eral the opposing factions began at once sharpening their campaign weapons to defeat Mrs. Matthew Scott, present head cf the society. The D. A. R. faction which Mrs. Don ald McLean has successfully headed for some time dubbed the rival fac tion, to which Mrs. Story, the defeat ed candidate at the last election, be longs, as the insurgents. The Story faction vehemently resented this title and officially declared themselves as the conservatie wing of the organiza tion. Mrs. Donald McLean, former president general, who as Mrs. Scott's campaign manager helped elect her head of the Daughters, an nounced Mr3. Scott's candidacy for re election some time ago. Mrs. Scott will run again in srite of what the opposition says. Minette Boom Committee, who has been confined to his bed for several days with sickness, is able to be up again. Miss Elizabeth SImison, of Mobile, is visiting friends here. Despite the rain, Thursday evening, a number of Palmetto Club members enjoyed a dance in their hall. The Foley Fertilizer Company an nounces that their large addition to the plant has been completed. The addition is 60 by 100 feet and gives them much better facilities for hand ling increasing trade. E. M. Baker, of Illinois, -who has been living in this vicinity for his health, for several years, returned to his former home today. The heavy rains which have been visiting this section of the country have done no material damage in Baldwin county, according to the best authority. The rain has not fallen in torrents as it has in many places, but came in a steady mist-like fall. The cold weather following the rain will not damage the cotton crops as the season is too far along for any great damage to result. The other crops have for the greater part been har vested. No floods have been re ported. The management of the Baldwin County Fair and Racing Association has issued notices that there would be first class racing at the fair this fall and that a purse has been set aside for that purpose. They are en tering some good horses and ponies and the lovers of racing are assured of something good. The track is in fine condition for the events and com petent judges have been appointed to oversee the sport. Several ball games between the local team and other county teams have also been scheduled for the fair week. The following patients and visitors have arrived at the Campbell Sani tarium during the week: D. M. Mills, Florala, Ala.; E. F. McKenzie, Mont gomery; R. M. Addiser, Montgomery: J. O. Holmes, Hattiesburg, Miss.; J". H. Hollingsworth, Grove 'Hill; W. L. Jennings, Hattiesburg, Miss., and H. W, Heslin, Jackson, Miss. The Baldwin county progressive Re publicans in their recent meeting nominated and certified to the probate judge the following complete county ticket: Representative, John Schweit zer, of Daphne; probate judge, James B. McCall, of Summerdale; circuit clerk. Felix W. Beiser, of Loxley; sheriff J. L. Crouch, of Foley; com missioner of second district, Charles E. Aylin, of Bay Minette; for fourth district, R. J. Cllzbe, of Foley. At the meeting John Schweitzer acted ;; chairman, B. F. Bates as secretary, and Frank McLeod as temporary secretary. Ki ll tl BURNING HOUSE MAKES BIG LIGHT A frame house owned by J. D. Waters on the corner of Davis and Belmont streets was discovered to be on fire at midnight last night and the department responded, promptly extin guishing the flames before the entire building had been consumed. The re flection from the flames consuming the six room cottage had the appearance of being from a large two-story build ing and many people thought that the Garfield ice factory was on fire. A strong smell of kerosene was in the air about the house when those who first reached the building got there and ti Is thought that the fire was of incendiary origin. While a part of the house is left standing the loss is almost a total one. CONVICTED OF MURDER. Frankllnton, La., Oct. 7. Hugh Con- ley, a young negro, was convicted at a special term of court here last night. of the murder of Deputy Sheriff Ed Pierce and sentenced to hang. A lynching of the negro was narrowly averted immediately after the killing of the officer. HOTEL ARRIVALS San Carlos Geo. T. Chase, Boston: A. F. Miller, Baltimore; C. F. Van Ausdal, Cincinnati; Mike Hudson, At lanta; Frank Chambers, Baltimore; S. W. Saunders, Birmingham; H. W. Beers, Atlanta; Roger Manning, Bos ton; A. F. Babcock, New York; J. A. Rudolph, Birmingham: J. F. Solomon, New York; A. K. Ramsay, Missis sippi; C. R- Gillett, Chicago; J. H. Dusenberry, New York; C. F. Little john, New York: A. J. Benners. Mis sissippi; E. S. Sockotone, Atlanta; D. P. Sparrow, Mississippi; G. W. Little. Coolrado: J. C. Davenport, Washing ton, D. C.; A. L. Wayman, Chicago; W. C. ippes. New York; Jno. E. Fer guson, Ohio: C. W. Bennett. New York; C. Richardson, New York; J. P. Henley, New York; Geo. M. De vore, Cincinnati; J. S. McCawley. Ten nessee; J. C. Denolf, New York; J. Prosffer, Montgomery; P. A. Hender son, Boggy, Fla.; D. E. Hand, Georgia; W. K. Horton, Alabama; H. H. Pat terson. Mobile; Thos. L. Waters, City; W F. Morland. Florida; W. D. Givan, New York; W. B. Glover, Jackson ville; T. M. Calwell. Florida; L. P. Henderson, Florida; Ed. D. Wall, Ken tucky; R. E. Humphries, St. Louis; Miss Burke, New Orleans. COLD WAVE IN TEXAS. Dallas, Tex., Oct. 7. A cold wave is prevailing in north Tevas today and it is feared late crops will be damaged. The thermometer here regijs tered 50 degrees, during the night. GRAND-DAUGHTER OF U. S. GRANT TO BE MARRIED By Associated Press. Adrian, Mich., Oct. 7. A license for the marriage of Edmund C. King, of Portland, Ore., and Julia Dent Grant, of San Diego, Calif., grand-daughter AILING MEN AND WOMEN ' i ' ' WE NEVER USE THE KNIFE WE WILL CURE YOU, IF WE TELL YOU SO. If you are a victim of Tainted Blood, Liver, Kidney or Bladder Trouble, or any Nervous Disorder, you owe it to yourself to take advantage of our free consultation, honest advice and splendid office equipment. Thousands of others have availed themselves of our expert knowledge and gained health and happiness. YOU can do the same. DON'T DELAY FIND OUT YOUR TRUE CONDITION AT ONCEI Your very life may be in danger. Call at our office for a personal exam ination if possible IT WILL COST YOU NOTHING; but if you live out of the city write us for symptom blanks and our FREE book of facta you should know. All transactions strictly confidential and satisfactory. Office hours, 9 a. m. to 8 p. m. Sun days, 9 to 1. UNITED SPECIALISTS, SOS Thiesen Bldg., Pensacola, Fla. - CUTICll REIDIES CURED PHYS C AN Of Eczema. Now Prescribes Them and Says They have Cured when Other Formulas Failed. Proclaims Their Virtues to the World. "THEY ALWAYS BRING RESULTS" My face was afflicted with eczema in the year 1897. I used the Cuticura Remedies and was entirely cured. I am a practicing physician and very often prescribe Cuticura Resol vent and Cuticura Soap in cases of eczema, and they have .cured where other formulas have failed. 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Cuticura Bomedies are sold by druggists throughout the world. Potter Drug ft Gbem. Corp., Sple Props., 131 Qciambus Ave., Bos ton. & Sailed free, latest 32-ttge Cuticura Book, giving descrip tion and twtncBt of affections of the skin and scalp. HIGH-GRADE ODORLESS 4 For;Bibys Siike I nsistjt h At the pjltowJe& PILLOWS The feathers used in all our pillows are all Thoroughly Cleaned by a spec ial process which absolutely removes every particle of dust-' and dirt and leaves the pillows odorless and sanitary The ticking which is, used on our pillows is the best grade oL; sateen Prices $1.50, $2, $2.50, $3, $3.50, $5 and $6. $1.00 A WEEK. Rhodes-Futch-Collins Furniture Co. You needn' t "STOOP TO CON QUER" after you have installed a CABINET RANGE. On exhibition at our office or our representative will be glad to call. PENSACOLA GAS CO. 25-27 E. Garden St. Telephone 148. of Ulysses S. Grant, was taken out at the county clerk's office yesterday. The marriage will take place Saturday at the home of A. H. Wood in this city. Miss Grant is the daughter of U. S. Grant, Jr., and a niece of Gen. Frederick Dent Grant, of the United States army. Mr. King is of a promi nent Toledo family. FEMALE FIGHTERS IN THE TOILS Jennie Smith, Mamie Touart and Mable Meadows were arrested at 120 West Zarragossa street last night on the charge of fighting. Mable Mead ows showed marks of a pretty hard scrimmage when she was locked up.