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THE. PENSACOLA JOURNAL, THURSDAY MORNING MAY 11, 1911.
MAN WHO WAS STRUCK OVER
HEAD RECENTLY SUCCUMBS TO
HIS INJURIES AT HOSPITAL.
Robert Register, who received a blow
on the head while engaged In a diffi
culty with T. F. McNeal In this city
about two weeks ago, died at the Mis
sion hospital yesterday afternoon about
5 o'clock. As soon as he learned of the
death, of Register, McNeal went to the
county Jail and surrendered and Is now
confined in the Jail.
The fight in which Register received
the blow which is claimed to have
caused his death, occurred at a saloon
at the corner of Belmont and DeVil
llers street and a negro named Jasper
Vaughan was also involved in the diffi
culty. McNeal claims that Register
waa Interfering and taking the part of
the negro when he struck him. He
also claims that Register was attack
ing him with a knife when he struck
him with a stick.
- All of the men Involved In the light
were arrested by the policeman on the
beat at the time of the trouble and
When the case was tried before the
recorder, Register, through a friend,
Jleaded irullty to the charge of fighting
"and was fined.' The negro also was
- fined, while McNeal was deemed Jus
' tlfiable by the court and was dis-
charged. A few days later Register
. was reported as being In a dangerous
condition and McNeal was arrested by
...the sheriff on a warrant charging as
; gault with Intent to murder. After re
gaining in Jail a fewvdays, he was re
, leased on bond and has been at liberty
until yesterday afternoon, when he
, , Voluntarily surrendered himself.
I Juarez, Bullet
v;.; Riddled, Surrenders
' (Continued From Page One)
, tnove will be a march on the capital.
'There will be one obstacle to such a
" campaign, the difficulty of arming and
supplying recruits. Arms and ammu
nition cannot be gotten by Madero un
. til hecaptures a seaport and estab
lishes communication with It Madero
" cannot secure arms In the United
' States unless the belligerency Is recog
: nized by It, and It Is not thought re
; cognition will be granted at present, as
- such an act would relieve the Diaz
government of all pecuniary responsl
, bility of damages to Americans, but It
Is said off-hand the United States will
' be obliged to recognize Madero's de
. facto control of Juarez and allow the
' passage of merchandise and mails to
'i Mexico City uninterrupted.
TO PLAY BALL
PENSACOLAS AND CRACK TEAM
FROM THE MINNESOTA WILL
MEET ON THE DIAMOND AT
; MAGNOLIA BLUFF FOR GAME.
A game of baseball between the
Rensacolas and a crack team from the
battleship Minnesota is scheduled for
Saturday afternoon on the Magnolia
--i The Minnesota Is said to have a
good team, and the, Pensacolas will
carry out their full line-up. as the
boys desire to get in practice for the
opening of the season In a short time.
ALL POLITICAL PRISONERS
ARE GIVEN FREEDOM
By Associated Press.
Guatemala City, May 10. President
Estrada Cabrera today granted abso
lute amnesty to all political prisoners
and all citizens who left the country
for political causes. In a decree which
is the most liberal ever promulgated
by any Central American republic.
FOOD IN SERMONS
.Feed the Dominie Right and the Ser
mons Are Brilliant.
A conscientious, hard-working and
successful clergyman writes: "I am
glad to bear testimony to the pleasure
and Increased measure of efficiency
and health that have come to me from
adopting Grape-Nuts food as one of
my articles of diet.
" "For several years I was much dis
tressed during the early part of each
day by indigestion. My breakfast
seemed to turn sour and failed to di
gest. After dinner the headache and
ther symptoms following the break
fast would wear away, only to return,
However, next morning.
"Having heard of Grape-Nuts food.
X finally concluded to give It a trial.
made my breakfasts of Grape-Nuts
.with cream, toast and Postum. The
result was surpriHing In improved
Health and total absence of the dis
tress that had, for so long a time, fol
lowed the morning meal.
"My digestion became once more
satisfactory, the headaches ceased
and the old feeling of energy returned.
Since that time I have always had
Grape-Nuts food on my breakfast ta
ir "I was delighted to find also, that
.whereas before I began to use Grape
Nuts food I was quite nervous and be
came easily . wearied in the work of
preparing sermons and In study, a
marked improvement in this respect
resulted rrom tne cnange in my diet.
"I am convinced that Grape-Nuts
food produced this result and helped
me to a sturdy condition of mental and
"I have known of several persons
who were formerly troubled as I was.
ftnd who have been helped as I have
been, by the use of Grape-Nuts food,
on my recommendation." Name given
by Postum Company, Battle Creek,
. Read the little book. "The Road to
JWellville, in pkgs, "There's a Rea
Ever read the above letter? A new
one appears from time to time. They
are genuine, true, and full of human
THE SECRET OF SUCCESS
Genuine Merit Required to Win
the People's Confidence
Have you ever stopped to reason
why It Is that bo many products that
are extensively advertised, all at once
drop out of sight and are soon forgot
ten? The reason is plain the article
did not fulfil the promises of the man
ufacturer. This applies more particu
larly to a medicine. A medicinal prep
aration that has real curative value
almost sells Itself, as like an endless
chain system the remedy is recom
mended by those who have been cured,
to those who are in need of It.
In an Interview on the subject a
prominent local druggist says "Take
for example Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
a preparation I have cold for many
years and never -hesitate to recom
mend, for in almost every case- it
shows Immediate results, as many of
my customers testify. No other kid
ney remedy that I know of has so
large a sale." '
The success of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
Root is due to the fact that it fulfils
every wish in overcoming' kidney, liver
and bladder diseases, corrects urinary
troubles and neutralizes the uric acid
which causes rheumatism.
A free trial bottle Will be sent by
mail, absolutely free. Address Dr.
Kilmer & Co., Blnghamton, N. Y., and
mention this; paper. Regular size bot
tles sold at all druggists 50c. and
ii i niur
EXTRA EVENT HAS BEEN ADDED
TO PROGRAM FOR DAY OF
OPENING NEW CLUB HOUSE
ENTRIES SHOULD BE SENT TO
DR. 3. R. M. KENNEDY.
The directors of the Pensacola Yacht
and Motor Boat club have announced
that a yacht race will be given In con
nection with the regatta to be given
by the club at the opening of the club
house which Is now being erected and
which Is nearlng completion. Two en
tries have already been made for this
All entries should be given to Dr.
S. R. Mallory Kennedy, who is In
charge of the yacht race, and any in
formation in regard to the race may be
obtained from any of. the officers of
All entries should be made as early
as possible, so that the regatta com
mittee can better complete the ar
rangements for holding the regatta.
FOUND IN RUINS OF EMPIRE
MUSIC HALL, WHICH WAS DE
STROYED BY GREAT FIRE.
By Associated Press.
Edinburgh. Snotbuid. Mav 10. Rfcht
bodies have been recovered this morn
ing rrom the ruins of the Empire Musio
Hall which was burned last night.
The bodies so far identified are
those of "LaFayette the Great" and
two memoers or nis company, Alice
Dale who Imnflrsnnatf tha TaAAv
Bear Midget, and Joe Koster. The
other bodies are members of the or
chestra and three others have not
Ike Harris. Houston; T? R. VAiirman
Cincinnati: ftobt. Korv. New Yrk:
We A. Leonard, New York; W. A.
ooyoen, ivew lorn; t jopeiana,
Brockton: M. A. Stewwt. Nw York:
W. H. Ham, Cincinnati: J. D. Rushing,
Atmore; J. H. Dusenberry, New York;
Miss Belle Roberts, Milton; A. K.
uavnage, Chicago; R. E. U McCaskill,
New River. Fl: WTm. WaNac and
wife, Atmore; Ida Stapieton, Bay Min-
ette; Amy A. Major, Indianapolis,
Ind.; Alyce Fridge, Ellisville, Miss.;
Edith Adams, Atmore; W. R. Holly,
Atmore; J. S. Marshall, Jr., Atmore:
W. L. Lamont, wife and son, Atmore;
C. C. Huxford, Atmore: T. F. West,
Milton; J. R. Cain, Montgomery; Geo.
W. Armstrong, Kentucky: L. W. Wood.
wayson, js.y.;. j. iy. uiHis, urewton;
P. C. Hartman, U. S. S. Minnesota; L.
H. MtMr. TtTnhU' W W f!f9tii Tn-
dianapolis; E. 8. Dudley, New ' Or
leans; u. ts. Kicnarason, Lyncnburg,
Va.; Ralph Hannah, Chicago; Fred
uuuman, wnitney, Miss.; J. H. Ran-
dOlCh. Florida: R. H. Wright Rlrmirf.
ham; F. U. Athey, Atmore; Joe Sack-
man, hw rork; G. w. Ragland,
L,yncnourg, Va.; G. C. Mohrman, U. S.
S. Minnesota: R. H. KunA IT. R s.
Minnesota; Carl J. Jernigan, Milton;
u. v. itogers, Atlanta; C. II. Langdon,
South Carolina; John H. Higgena,
New Orleans; Chas, Schroder, Cincin
nati; R. V. Huntsman, Kentucky; H.
Sattler, U. S. S. Minnesota; C. D.
Welker, U. S. S. Minnesota; Frank Al
len, Milton; Geo. W. Allen.. Milton; A.
A- Kisson, Pine Barren, Fla.; Horace
Hood. Jr.. Montrnmprvr TV CI Mlltnn
M. D., Westville, Fla.; J. "W. Pease, At-
lania; xra A. Hutchinson. Cblpley;
Roy Blalack, Montgomery; H. C Gray,
Bagdad; H. Wilson, New Orleans; Will
H. Price, Marianna; C. L. Wilson, Jr.,
Marianna; C. L. Wilson, Marianna; F.
n. esneppara ana wife, St. Andrews,
Fla.; J. M. Dillon, Marianna; James
T. May, Georgia; G. J. Peppand, Ohio.
CHASED A NEGRO
Officer Allen fired at a negro last
night about 11 o'clock when the negro
fled and the officer attempted to stop
him, and the report of the revolver
caused some excitement. The officer
fired to stop the negro, but It only
lent Impetus to his flight, for he car
ried away several fences In his flight
from Romana street, across to Inten
dencia. He made his escape.
fiiiv G BODES
SPLENDID DISCOURSES ARE BE
ING DELIVERED BY REV. A. L.
SELLERS, OF ALABAMA, AND
GOOD MUSIC IS FURNISHED BY
CHOIR OF CHURCH.
The services which are being con
ducted at the First Methodist church
on East Wright street are continuing
to attract interest and are being well
attended by the members of the con
gregation, as well as by the publio
generally. . S
The preaching is being done by Rev.
P ; t
REV. A. L. SELLERS
A. L. Sellers, of Alabama. Mr. Sellers
Is " conference evangelist for Alabama
and this section of Florida, which ,1s
included in the Alabama conference.
He Is a preacher of marked ability, be
ing an eloquent speaker-and a man of
charming personality. He is also a
deep student and hts discourses are
listened to attentively by his congre
gations. Two services are being held dally, at
3:30 o'clock in the afternoon and at 8
o'clock at night. Splendid music is
rendered at each service by the choir
of the church.
The meeting will continue through
out the remainder of this week and
Wine of Cardui at The
m IS HERE
WILL HOLD SPECIAL SERVICES IN
HALL TONIGHT, HAVING COME
HERE TO HOLD INSPECTION-
PICNIC FOR THE POOR TO BE
Special services will be conducted at
the Salvation Army hail tonight Dy
Major M. E. Barter and his private
secretary. Adjutant Pore. TheBe ora
ccrs are In the city for the purpose ot
holding an Inspection on account of
the farewell service which is to be
given by Cart, and Mrs. McKinney.
who, after having had charge of the
work of the Army in this city for the
past fifteen months, will leave within
the next few days for other fleldtt
where they have been ordered.
The anual day of outing for the poor
children and their mothers will be
given by the Salvation Army tomorrow
and today is the last day that the pot
of the Army will be In front of the
customs house building to receive con
tributions for this cause, and it is
hoped that the friends of the Army
will contribute liberally today in or
der to help the poor of Pensacola to
have a day of pleasure tomorrow.
BELIEVED THAT ALLEGED GAM
BLING AND LIQUOR SELLING ON
SANTA ROSA ISLAND IS BEING
PROBED SEVERAL CASES
Large numbers of persons who the
government thinks should have a
knowledge of. conditions on Santa
Rosa Island, were subpoenaed during
yesterday and were in attendance
upon the grand Jury of the federal
court. By this it is presumed the jury
has taken up the matter of investiga
tion of the alleged selling of liquor and
sramblinsr on Santa Rosa island, as In
structed by Judge Sheppard the day
A number of cases were before the
"BETTER TDK HEOHETf AND CHILDREN THAN CASTOR OIL,
SALTS.OR rniSAS IT SWEETENS AND CLEANSZS THE SYSTEM MORE EFFICIENTLY AND
IS FAR MORE PLEASANT TO TAKE.
IS THE IDEAL FAMILY LAXATIVE, AS
IT GIVES SATISFACTION TO ALL, IS
ALWAYS BENEFICIAL IN ITS EFFECTS
AND PERFECTLY SAFE AT ALL TIMES.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
in tha CIrcfe.
on evero Package of tho Genuine.
ALL DRUGGISTS SELL THE ORIGINAL AND
CENUINE WHEN CALLED FOR, ALTHOUGH THEY COULD
MAKE A LARGER PROFIT BY SELLING INFERIOR PREPARA
TIONS, YET THEY PREFER TO SELL THE GENUINE, BECAUSE
IT IS RIGHT TO DO SO AND rOR THE GOOD OF THEIR
CUSTOMERS. ' WHEN IN NEED OF MEDICINES. SUCH
DRUGGISTS ARE THE ONES TO DEAL WITH AS YOUR
LIFE OR HEALTH MAY AT SOME TIME DEPEND UPON
THEIR SKILL AND RELIABILITY
NotetfcMName of the Gompanu;
PRINTED STRAIGHT ACROSS, NEAR THE BOTTOM. AND IN
THE CIRCLE, NEAR THE TOP OF EVERY PACKACE.OF THE
GENUINE. ONE SIZE ONLY, FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING
DRUGGISTS. REGULAR PRICE 60c PER BOTTLE
SYRUP OF FIGS AND ELIXIR OF SENNA IS THE ONLY PERFECT FAMILY LAXATIVE
BECAUSE IT IS THE ONE REMEDY WHICH ACTS IN A NATURAL, STRENGTHENING WAY
AND CLEANSES THE SYSTEM. WITHOUT UNPLEASANT AFTEREFFECTS AND WITHOUT
IRRITATING, DEBILITATING OR GRIPING, AND THEREFORE DOES NOT INTERFERE IN ANY
WAY WITH BUSINESS OR PLEASURE. IT IS RECOMMENDED BY MILLIONS OF WELL.
INFORMED FAMILIES, WHO KNOW OF ITS VALUE FROM PERSONAL USE. TO GET ITS
BENEFICIAL EFFECTS ALWAYS BUY THE GENUINE; MANUFACTURED BY THE
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
Mrs Maude Close who is demonstrating
extends a personal invitation to you to come in and
try a cooling drink to-day at
WATSON, PARKER 6 REESE CO.
Purity Brand Flavoring Syrup is the simplest
and most delicious syrup for making lemonade, cock
tails, water ices, soft drinks erf all kinds and sherberts.
You will enjoy a cool drink when down town
to-day drop in and see just how thoroughly you
court yesterday and several Indict
ments were also returned.
Theodore Brown waa Indicted for
larceny, M. L. Rhodes for embezzle
ment, and David H. Hill andx John
Merritt for illicit distilling.
Will Reddlck, for cutting timber off
a forest reservation, was sentenced to
serve sixty days in Jail, while Will
Owen, for the same offense, was given
G. Bonifay, who has been player and
manager of the Oakfield Club, has re
signed to become manager of the
White Sox, a team which has been
organized and will be one of tha teams
of the Twilight league. The following
will compose the team:
A. Roache, catcher; R. Roblson,
pitcher; F. Touart, pitcher; C. Boni-.
fay, short-stop; R. Roache, first base;
G. Bonifay, second basej W. Kennedy,
third base; O. Roache, left field; C.
Lybran, center field; A. Bonifay, right
field; R. Gllmore, sub.
FIRE AT ORLANDO.
Special to The Journal.
Orlando, May 10. Fire, starting in
the Atlantic Coast Line freight depot,
today destroyed the depot, four freight
cars, packing houses of Walker Bros.,
and the Orange Citrus Fruit Exchange
warehouse of G. L. Gurnsey. The dam
age is $50,000.
Not Salts, Oil or
Pills But 'Cascarets'
No odds how tick your Stomach; how
hard your head aches or how
Bill'ioua Cascraets maks you
Cascraets act as a bowel tonic, not
as an irritant. They are vegetable.
Their action is natural. Their effect
is the same as the effect of some foods.
They are gentle; no griping. They are
pleasant; no dreading. They are con
venient; no waiting.
One old way was castor oiL The
effect was to grease the bowels, and
for a single day. Oil never causes the
bowel muscles to act. Other ways were
pills, salts and cathartics. The effect
was the same as pepper in the nostrils.
They flooded the bowels with fluid.
Those fluids were digestive Juices. And
the waste today means a lack tomor
row. We knew that the method was
wrong. That the after-effects only
weakened the bowels. But we had no
gentle laxative m the old days. So we
waited as long as we could, then took
a big dose of physic. The method to
day is to take one Cascaret at a time
just as soon as you need it. Then
the bowels are always clean. They
cost only 10 cents per box at any drug
Gen. and Mme. Madero
From Latest Photos
El Paso, May 10. General Madero
and hla wife are shown here in a photo
taken at their last meeting at the time
General Madero was at his headquar
ters at his father's ranch, about twen-
V4 t.t ytottATtaH
ty-flve miles south of Juarez. Mme.
Madero Is a daring horsewoman and
comes of a wealthy Mexican family.
Her family is said to have raised some
of tho funds used by Madero in his
Imperials Took Two
The Imperials defeated the Pastimes
two out of three games at the Pastime
alley on West Romana street last
night The scores were as follows:
Pastimes 12 3
Martinez 166 135 155
Abt 152 160 176
Corner 121 141 142
Totals 439 436 473
Imperials 12 3
Johnson 164 15S 15?
L. Jones 118 144 123
E. Gordon 174 175 174
Totals ...456 476 454
f (25 -OKI.?
We have decided to conduct a strictly
cash business. The expense incident to a
credit business will be greatly reduced,
which will be of material benefit to the trad
We thank our many customers for the
patronage accorded us in the past and solicit
a continuance of same.
a. m. McMillan,
A Check Book and Bank Account
Man's Greatest Convenience
Every desposltor of a good strong bank has cause many times dally to be
thankful for the convenience of his bank because of the great saving In time
and worry and expense. In time, because by writing checks for the payment
of bills he makes the exact change and it Is quickly done; in worry, because
his money Is deposited in tha great vaults where safety Is absolute; In
worry, because the checking systems gives absolute receipts for money paid
and safety of funds at home and in transit.
To those who have no banking connections, this Is a cordial Invitation
to come and open an account with us. A checking account at the bank Is v
a most profitable arrangement for you, and but a short time will be required
for proof that this is true.
First National Bank
of Pensacola, Florida.
Designated Depository of the United States.
F. C BRENT, W. S. KEYSCR. W. J. FORBES,
President. Vice-President. Cashier.
TH08. W. BRENT, Ass't Csshter. W. N. ROBERTS, Ass't Cashier.
Directors F. C Brent, W. A. Blount, W. H. Knowles, W. J. Forbes, W. 6. Keytar,
Knowlss Hyer, Tnos. W. Brent.
Pensacola State Bank
DESIGNATED CITY DEPOSITORY
W. A. BLOUNT, JTL,
F. E. BRAWNER,
y .iin. i 11 1 u im iiAfmw m I mi my iijuiinunmnwi. wmii iijiiii i n iijihw my i iium mm .
I n .ZriJLL:iri 'a ,.ii jt if -1 ii1f- " - - ii 11 ni n iM
THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK
U HILTON GREEN, Pretdnt. WM. FISHER, Vice-President
MANSFIELD MORENO. Asst-Cashler.
A eenersl banking business con due
The Peoples National Bank of
A General Banking Business Transacted and Account Solicited; Ships' Disburse
ments given Special Attention.
J. 8. REESE.
TL M. CART.
M AitEBWAESIE AGENCY for babcock buggies.
Complete Line of Farm Wagons and Light Delivery Wagons.
WM. JOHNSON & SON
Don't Fall to Vlalt
THE MILLINERY DEPARTMENT
at this store, now showing a compute line of Gage Brothers' Tallor-Mads
OLIVER DRY GOODS COMPANY
PALAFOX AND INTENDENCIA. PHONE 750.
OLD RESIDENT OF
Special to The Journal.
Tallahassee. May 10. Mrs. Erastus
W. Clark, whose death occurred here
last night at 11:30 o'clock, was one of
the best-known and most beloved of
the good women of Tallahassee, being
known for her good and helpful deeds.
Of a timid, retiring nature, her chari
table acts were performed by her in
secret but proclaimed by grateful re
cipients from the housetops.
Mrs. Clark was the daughter of one
of Tallahassee's old-time inhabitants,
Alexander Gallle, a Scotchman by
EAT WHAT YOU WANT AND
50c. AT ALL DRUGGISTS.
A. E. MANN.
ted on a safe and conservative basis.
J. W. DORR
birth, who came here In his early ran
hood, and who remained here, errfagecl
In a mercantile business until t time
of his death, about twenty-fye years
ago. In her girlhood sha VC&me the
wife of Erastus W. Clark A Tallahas
see Jeweler of many y1"8 standing.
Her husband and f. daughter..
Misses Janie and M'm Clark, sur
vive her. Being anJ"4"3 for a good
many years. Mrs. (r"
was the object
of the tendV-reat .e -nd love fmn,
her little familxJ fto will miss her
more even than b' unary
mother fa ml b" Was
mother is miaTj f" wa" a consis
tent member-. tvJ, 6 prsbyterlan
church, and los. of her gentl-
ana kindly iso be keenly
Some b" dvw JIr- Clark ah
thought fcaiile -,and h brother
Mr. Joe ra:. of TnP, was sent
for. bturned hotf r a few da
and y GaUle f. Her lster. Miss
N'ar Vle' la resident of thfe
at a-30 o'clock Presb-tcn