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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY SO, 1912.
11 OF SALE ENDS JANUARY 31 rt. perring the Over Sea Railway "to Key West The Memarjcabh Mainland - onnn iLiilii o'Q QDay. of those big Shoe Values. If you haven't come-, why not? , ' $4.00 MEN'S SHOES, BROKEN LOTS. $1.93 PASTOR OF THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH DELIVERED INTER ESTING DISCOURSE SUNDAY MORNING, WHICH WAS HEARD BY LARGE CONGREGATION ALSO TALKED ABOUT FLORIDA. on OF REV. $2.50 LADIES' SHOES, SMALL SIZES, 93c - - ,V"v.vX. y; ; After visiting number of towns and churches in Florida. Rev. EugenS It. Pendleton, pastor of the First Bap tist chnrch, has come to the conclu sion that Pensacola ts the best city in the state, according to a. -statement made to his congregation at the be ginning of bis sermon Sunday morn ins. Mr. Pendleton prefaced his sermon Sunday morning with some general remarks on the subject of Pensacola and Florida, which, together with the sermon, are printed below.-' Prefatory Remarks. In this connection, Mr. Pendleton - eald; .. . - ' .- "I have come to the conclusion that Pensacola is the best town in Florida, among all those I have seen. I have seen Jacksonville, and DeLand, and Mwa HUam n rx A Artola On1 , ethers! - "Also I am beginning: to appreciate more and more what I have in the way cf a church. I find none with more enthusiasm, and more workers, and better promise than the First Baptist ef Pensacola. "Florida grows on me. It is a state Of magnificent distances, wonderful beauty and colossal enterprises. It is 600 miles from here to the convention anywhere it meets. There is the Key West feat of engineering which gives Florida the eighth wonder of tha world. The Pharos light . house .. of j Ptolmey is small by side of it. ; "The climate is unexcelled, and even Californlans come here for ihe winter, for a party of them were t'fi turning on the train which brought me home. It is the playground of America and filled with breath of Paradise. As one glides over Silver Spring in a glass bottom 'boat he realizes that the Catalina Islands can not offer any greater variety of color. ."Florida has her problems made by her unique situation among the states. Problems of church and state are very much alike. The religion problem, in addition to the usual ones. Is two fold in Florida: The unstable or changing, ministry, and the changing population. People come to Florida for their health 'or for pleasure or for gain, but rarely come specifically to build up the state but to be built up by it. They do not make the churches their specialty. The ministry is rest less and becomes discouraged, and too many have come in for, their health and msfte the churches a con venience. . "Also the climate which is so fine for tourists is not conducive to hard work and progress. 1- heard the story told f a man who had come to Flor ida and caught the usual disease, and became s box whlttler. A tourist saw him one day seated on a box whittling, and a little child on the ground by him crying. The Interested tourist asked what ailed the child, if he were not sick. No,' said the man on the box. "Well, what alia him?' 'Got, the hook-worm,' was the reply. "Does 'the hook-worm make them cry? -No.' 'Well, what Is he crying about r Sit tin' on eand spurs and too lary to git up,' said the whlttler. "Florida's easy-going situation gives shrewd men the chance , to profit at her expense." She is also growing so fast that she is like a big boy, all out at once. 'Baptists have grown to be the largest denomination of protestants In the state. I do not know as to Catho lics, as the figures are not before me. We have about fifty thousand. Each convention has steadily set the mark a little higher up. This year we had several features of Interest to Bap tists: The office of the state board was ordered moved to Jacksonville, where it will be combined with all the other state offices of Baptists; the Sunday school board, the woman's work, and suitable office men em ployed so as to free our most valu able secretaries from clerical duties, and let them have more time for de veloping work. "The state paper was placed in the hands of this state board, of which two members are members of Pensa cola Fir6t church, and the board was instructed to sell or lease to proper Individuals or a stock company by April first so that it may become a larger and better organ, and not be a handicap on the state board. "The time of meeting was changed to the second Tuesday- in December." The Sermon. j Following Is a synopsis of the ser-1 men delivered by Mr. Pendleton yes-; terday morning, and which was listened to attentively by a large con- i gregation: - David's Sin with Bathsheba, The Fall of Good Man, and his Confession. Text: ''Renew a right spirit within roe." Psalm ftl:10. Here comes before us for investiga tion a good man who has fallen, a man so tender that he has spared his own bitterest foe, a man who had sung so sweetly that he had charmed away tea evil spirit from the tor mented king, a man chosen to lead a great religious congregation in mel-e-dy, one who sung so divinely that his fcymns have become the hymn book of the world: a man who was said to be after God's own heart. In an unguarded moment when at the very pinnacle of his earthly suc oeM, he had yielded to the tempter, and to his lower nature, a great flock cf evils had rushed in upon the cita del of his soul, and led him to com mit a double crime, murder and adul tery. To kill a poor soldier by deceit, and tks his beautiful young wife for himself. For nearly a year he had carried the guilty secret in silence, whilst the Kajnmer of remorse knocked awav re lentlessly like time and would never Veasa, until his very bones ached and trained him with the strain of it, and his natural moisture was turned "into the drouth of summer, and his heart had become an arid plain - denuded of foliage and shade, without springs and streams. His .Joy - in religious affairs had gone, his harp was silent, and he who had Known wnat it was to aance ana exult before the ark of God sits deso late, without a -song, just a common, t-narmf. libertine and murderer. God's favor was withdrawn, and he felt like some king's favorite wno naa been cast off, until Nathan appeared $5.00 MEN'S SHOES, ODDS AND ENDS, $2.22 " DON'T WAIT : Come at once just as quick as you can get here. Llcyer Shoe Co. 102 South Palafox. before him, and accused him of the very thing he thought was hidden in his own heart, and behold it was the common talk of the kingdom! God's sentence was like all of his judgments. Just and right, but tender and fatherly. David was taken back upon his repentance and contrition, but he was punished. His first great sorrow followed immediately,-and the sword never" departed from his house. Received Punishment Sublimely. To the credit of David it must be said that he received his punishment sublimely. Not a word of rebellion, only confession and prayer, and as he touches the strings of his harp again there breathes throughout the melody such a minor key of sadness and con trition that it breaks our hearts, and we feel that we can recognize still the man after God's own heart. The fifty-first Psalm is the sobbing out of a truly broken spirit, not is it a jumble of remorse without coher ency. David puts his finger Immediately upon his own sore spot, and stands there pleading guilty before his au gust court. Renew, a right spirit within me! ' His heart had been wrong. When he stayed behind from the battle and gave himself up to dalliance upon the house-top whilst others were sweat ing, bleeding, dying, he had broken his own good rules of a lifetime. Here was a mighty man of-valor getting his own consent to .loll- in Idleness, after a ' brilliant career of industry, battle .nd achievement. It is a com mentary upon the possibilities of weakness in the best of human flesh. Circnmstances Maks a Difference. Circumstances can come stalking Into the very best Me and startle the sleeping guards, and take the citadel before they( are, in action. A good man or woman is not immune from the common problem. The Christian is just as subject to ill winds as the sinner. The Bible Is full of sainthood and holiness, but it is also full of men and women who wrung victory from the very Jaws of death. Saint hood of the Bible is not freedom from sin, but the life of a man or woman who has sinned and suffered and risen again. . Men and Women like Peter and Magdalen, like David. Jesus recog nized it. ; The text is the wail after lost inno cence, the penitent's desire to , get right with God. The heart being the seat of affections, motives, and ac tions, often goes wrong, and it is there the battle must be fought and won, or lose Quiescence does not mean virtue. A certain couple were habitually quarreling. One day she said: "The cat and dog are at peace together." Tie" together. One can do a right thing with a wrong spirit, or a wrong thing with a right spirit. At the convention the male quar tette of Columbia College was Invited to sing to the convention. They took our breath away by coming out and singing a "coon song! They did a wrong thing with a right spirit! It was a right thing at the wrong time.' Two men may go out of this house snd do exactly the same thing, say, kill a man. One would be justifiable and the other the highest crimo. What would make the difference. The spirit. One would be self-defense, the other malice prepense. The court have no trouble to decide - which is right and which is wrong. Two may go out and secure each a ECZEMA QUICKLY CURED WITH"ZEMO' A TRIAL TREATMENT FOR 25c. The makers of ZEMO the celebrated eczema and skin cure have placed on the market a trial treatment package consisting of a, generous bottle of ZEMO, a trial cake of ZEMO SOAP and a. 32.na.fr. VirVlo "w, -. ' r w rw serve the Skin.' This entire package to d soia at z&c, so tnat everybody can test the true healing and cleans ing properties of ZEMO. 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' - ,:--iVjf ' . , " v JX- ' 1 - W - .: ' " r """" 1 1 ' 1 11 'XOSKS.KEYVIADUCT When the Florida East Coast Rail road opened up its extension from Knight's Key to Key West, Monday, the most remarkable piece of railroad engineering the world ever knew that of laying track over bridges and islands 120 miles out to sea will have package of whiskey and partake of It copiously. One has been poisoned, and as he thinks of wife and children dependent upon him, he takes the whiskey as an antidote. The other calls in convivial companions, and holds high revelry. Two may attend church together. One with a sense of need, a heart hunger. The other, seeking a victim to his blandishments and wiles. Two may stay away from church. One, desiring intensely to be among the worshipers, but from a sense of duty to her household, or a sick babe, she foregoes her privilege. The other out of a spirit of ill will or resentment toward some one who is there, does not go. This brings before us the real inner character, the very basis of human ac tion, the motive, "the thoughts and intents of the heart," and gives us the Immense value of self-culture, of cul Uvating, not our actions, but the heart out of which actions spring. Much Depends Upon the Spirit. In giving, the spirit is especially valuable. God loves a cheerful giver. If one's heart Is right, -giving will be not only cheerful but proportionate and liberal. . In the wilderness the people brought willingly and had goods left over. It is said that God's people shall offer themselves willingly In the day of His power. A grudging spirit Is not a religious spirit. Many act as if they 'felt like .the little boy when he dropped his money in the church basket, with the only quota tion he could think up, "A .fool and his money soon part." I believe If .1 felt as grudging -as some people I have known about giving money and time to religion, I would just quit and never give another cent or hour! .A certain rpan who was very comfort-frfel-4ald me he never went to church because he never had any money iie could give-away, and did not like to see the basket passed around. Now, that man was passing sentence upon himself. He had a wrong spirit. ,;: This emphasis upon the spirit of an action or a life, makes a bed rock foundation to which are riveted firm ly some of the Baptist's most cher ished teachings. For example, the valsie of conver sion. When God touches a human heart it has the right spirit. David knew what it was. He was now under a cloud but Jie had basked in the sunshine. Also it makes up chry of rules by which we judge each other. A rule is an iron thing, and if applied rigidly would work injustice. The principle which leaves much to the individual conscience is safer. Religion is not government, "but moral suasion. "We persuade men." If a regenerated con science cannot live a consistent life, a church hand-book of rules cannot make up the deficiencies. yIt is the love of Christ which constrains us. It is not what mother says, but the love for mother's wishes and views which counts. t Not Competent to Judge Each Other. The same principle leads us to re frain from judging each Other. As no man an know the motives of another, so ngrtnan is competent to pass sen tence upon another, whether one s good or bad. Goodness and badness are relative. They are not separated by cleavage but mixed in all lives. None is good but God. said Christ, and He might have said also, none is bad but the devil, by which is meant these are the two extremes, and be tween lie all grades of human stand ing. Ao man is a perfect judge i?f his neighbor. One has just as much right to go into his yard and steal his axe or his chickens as he has to rob him of his good name. The averages -2H0MILESLDNO been completed and put in service. This railroad has ordered a number of swift, car ferries. for a service be tween Key West and Havana, ninety miles across the Straits of Florida, so that by the end of this month there will be what is practically a single of life must be taken into account, be fore we can make up any kind of ver dict. You must not only know every fact, , but be able and competent to give proper weight to each circum stance, so there are almost no cases where individuals should Judge- each other. Burns says to , the rigidly righteous: Then gently scan your brother man, Still gentler sister woman; . Tho' they may gang a little wrang, To step aside is human; One point must still be greatly dark, The moving why they do it: And Justly as lamely can ye mark How far perhaps they rue it. Who made the heart, 'tis He alone Decidedly can try us; He knows each chord Its various, tone. Each spring its various bias: Then at the balance let's be mute, We never can adjust it; What's done we partly may compute, But know not what's resisted. How may we know then if we have the right spirit? If our own hearts condemn us not. Each should commune with his own heart, and sometimes lift the flood gates of feeling. . Tears do good. Prayer and fasting which produce re pentance, and open new doors , into new worlds of experiences, and will lift a man all the way from hell to heaven! Cultivate the heart and the old fashioned and eternal things which have moved upon the human heart: home, mother, God's word. The heart which is hardening against these is the one in danger. God's deepest woes are pronounced upon those who have hardened their hearts against these calls from the higher realms. The church is set powerfully to produce repentance and this lea'Ss to emancipation. It was the solemn music of the old Latin hymn, Dies irae, dies Ilia Solvet saeclum in favllla, Teste David cum Sabllla, which made Marguerite in Faust fall upon the tesselated floor of the great cathedral in penitence. Was she any nearer that "dreadful day" because she fell? No, she was brought nearer heaven for it! Was the prodigal any nearer hell when he realized his sad state than he had been the aay be fore? No, he was nearer heaven for It! Batrice paid to Dante. -"It is the briny tear which doth make heaven's wheel of justice Tun counter , to the edge," and the self-accusing of the penitent reveres the stern decree of the Great Judge. Judge our 'own thoughts and ideals, and be willing to be broken in heart to be caved. We may also judge of our state by the direction we find ourselves going. We may look about us at the twigs and leaves in the current and judge of what kind of country through which we are floating. We can take stock of our companions, and our bcoks and oj amusements and our habit on SuTSday snd at night, and tell which way we are going, and whether we are prompted by a right spirit. Judge ourselves also through the opinions others have of us. ir our hearts are prompting us to keep God s laws then listen to them; If not. flee to this refuse, prayer; search me, oh God, and try me. and see if there be any wicked way In me. The opinions of others -are Oiten more reliable than our own. If one has the right spirit, he will love the sanctuary and the-music and the Word. He may be humble and feel unworthy to be seen with wor shippers, but his heart will hunger for God, and he will be glad when one says to him: Let us go into the house , of the Lord. . - railroad from Jacksonville, Florida, to Santiago de Cuba, at the far south eastern end of the" island of Cuba. Soon the traveler can board the Pull man car In New York. If he reaches Key West at night asleep he will wake up in the morning, still in his berth, to find his car standing in the station of the United Havana Rail ways in Havana. And soon the refiner in Central Cuba can load a car with bulk sugar, un sacked, for delivery In Rocky Moun tain territory. The railorad to Key West and the ferry practically con nect Cuba with the continent by a land route. Railroad men who laughed at an extension built at a cost of something like $130,000 a mile and called it "Flagler's folly," now admit that it was a piece of far-sighted business sagacity. The building of the road has been a tremendous task, and during the hurricane season, a dangerous one. Since February 6, 1908, the line has been open ' to Knight's Key, a dot of land eighteen miles out in the Gulf of Mexico. After crossing a thirty-mile arm of the Everglades on an embankment built by dredges out of the blue mud of the swamp, the railorad starts out on Its voyage over a succession of coral rock keys separated by narrow straits of gulf water scarcely wider than creeks. Key Largo, twenty-seven miles long, is crossed, and then the road approaches Long Key; thence out upon.thOj largest viaduct of the route And then God's spirit will bear tes timony If our hearts are right, and the fruits of the Spirit are love, joy, peace. One who can sing and laugh and enter into human sympathy and uplift efforts is not apt to be hard hearted. For example, Abou Ben Ad hem, may his tribe increase! How may a poor, sensual, sin-cursed man or woman ever get the right spirit? By desiring it It is wonder ful but true that we can become what we wish to be. They that hunger and thirst after righteousness shall be filled. There ; are some as great sin ners in heaven as live in any dive on earth! They became dissatisfied and God helped them into better quarters. The Pharisees never changed, and were self-satisfied and so remained In their sins, and let publicans and harlots stream by them into heaven! How may such a sinful life be made better? God only can do that No man can rub out the leopard's spots nor change the Ethiopian's skin, and so no man accustomed to do evil and living in sin can change himself, but he ean submit to God, and God can create a clean heart, and then the old life will drop away as filthy rags. The marks of the old prison life will remain. The old habits leave trail. The necessity of having the right spirit, in order to please God and get to heaven. He sets, oyr secret sins in th6 light of His cotsntvbsxice; He reads the thoughts snfi h.taats of the heart. If we fall "e. vj CiJJ with' our faces up stairs. Let 3e3 oo pleading terms! A naJTue 5aTid's, weak but with . is"&4. ftjirti, ia more pleaelng to ioC tnac ox3 like Eeul's. without crin-je es.J. with a stubborn, re bellion jipJt A poor sinner has as much at the throne as the purest saint. Hspecisily ia a right spirit redr whtn vr cvrcie !ntc God'e prtcn.- io worship. Be is a fiptiit suia tb eucS to orh.'p Him. -"Sinctrlrcy do?8 not tevly vlw.s sws vritftout zufzt, but th,t p it- rt trying In iyic it from I-tiss-. tan - 3 talra he-Jt from ihs incUlznt Sr. Ds-vitf if.n, i.vS let noch'jfg ivTb. vs srvey frm God, so that we loiget Kim, bat mtl.ev pray, and pray sain, K-e oery usiop. me O God, renew a right p?rft within me! .men. A Here in a Lighthouse. For yews J. S. Donajraa, South Haven, M;ch, a Civil war captain, as a- lighthouse keeper, averted awful wreckf, hut a queer fact ;p, he might havebecn a wreck himeelf if Electric Biters had not prevented. "They cured me of kWteey trouble and chills," he writes, "after I had taken other so called cures for years without "teneflt and t2ey also Improved my sight Now, at seventy, I am . feeling fine." For dyspepsia. Indigestion, all stom ach, liver and kidsey troubles they're without equal. Try tehm. Oniy 50c, at W. A. D'AIemberte's. HOTEL ARRIVALS. Jlanhattsn Hotel R. J. Or be, New Orleans; W. 2. Louis, J. W. Weathelv, Laurel HU1. Fla.; Mrs. F. M. Smith and son. Grand P.spids, Mich.; J. VY. O'Neal. Union Springs; A. L. Eeell, Birmingham; TC. M. Clark: John Mc Laughlin and wife, Lynn Haven; Lee Hanks. Troy. Ala.; F. A. Garrison, In dianapolis; R. L. Cragg, Daviel!, EL; C. R. Wishart. Ocala; K. M. Ptirsa, Savannah; L. Tiller, Snow Hill, Fla.; J. Voctor Barr, Chattanooga; Alf. Waldeman. Lon Waldeman, Troy, Ala., O. J. O'Dell. San Francisco; M. J. Thompson, Perdido, Ala.; Jas. Nife, Muscogee,- Fla. tl'.-'f V1 ' -. . v . , t.: i' (. 4 .vJ ill ' f - LONG KEY CONCRETE VIADUCT-2 S-U) MILES LON& two miles of reinforced concrete abutments an arches, holding the track thirty-one feet above bluewater. From Knight's Key to Big Pine Key the mo6t difficult part of the work was reached- In this stretch of four- teen miles is an aggregate of four SECRETARY HENDERSON SAYS MEMBERSHIP OF COMMERCIAL ASSOCIATION IS GROWING RAP IDLY, BUT THAT ACTIVE WORK MUST BE DONE BETWEEN NOW AND WEDNESDAY NIGHT. Speaking of the campaign for new members of the Pensacola Commercial Association, Secretary Henderson yes terday afternoon gave a representative of The Journal an interesting inter view and one which contains some in teresting suggestions on boostlg gen erally. . Mr. Henderson said: "Whatever benefits your town bene fits you personally. Every city and town has its own peculiar advantages; these advantages are Its stock in trade. When a merchant dealres to in crease his" business he makes known the benefits to be derived from deal ing with him the town desiring to grow must do the same. Its fucihUet) for doing business must be maae known. Every new Industry - means more trade and population and these mean new business for loc&i t:ea.'ers and profeihsional meuV Tills la th first t important aspect of a city t present J to a commercial man seeking a loca ; tion. Such a man wants to know , the cost of factory sites and what con cessions are to be made in the war of taxes-, etc., -what are the rxilroad and waterway facii-cier-. the cost cf power and the cost of labor; wrere is th market, etc. Satisfs-ctcry answers to these questions mean success. Pro ducing this information and giving it to the public is the work of the Commercial A&eociaticn This costs money, as well as does anything el?e worth having. a?id o r-dce results and have unUy of urdf-rpTanfimg in the community e'ry busiii-iss end professional nan should rc-opmte with the C'oir.3::':rt;i! Aesoc'ation loyally and in every cossibie way. Every increase In the i-roperf? of the tewn is a. gain fr tho iz,!-lduaL It requires united effort to secure these advantages and roaie tnem known. Judicious advertising essential to spr-ad th gospel of the advantages cf Pcnsarcls, fd the newsrapts con stitute one of the best means for doing I th;. It is i,e)'thr n-cesjy nor good. policy to spread large sum in miscei-; laneous advertising, b'jt if ihe Com- ; mereial -Association is active and wide, awae and backed up by.tiie united; efforts of the citizens of th town news i Items will be numerous; industrial; articles can Vs supplied to trade and? other marazine, v hioh will be glad to print them, and some judicious adver tising should aiso be done. - In boosting a town it is Just as ma terial to see that no more than facts TALKS ABOUT GI1PAIGI FOR HHBEHS 1 . ... : - . ( miles of bridge, in water thirty feet deep and very rough during storms, in addition to being constantly agi tated by fierce tidal currents. Thenc to Key West the road runs e.long the back of -large islands separated by deep, but - not wide channels. TIME TO KNOW THIS What Hem-Roid Will Do For Any Woman With Piles. Many a woman drags along a life of misery with piles because she do not know of HEM-ROID, the sugar-coated tablet remedy that cures any kind of piles by restoring good circulation of blood in the swollen, clogged parts. WTTXT-nOTTk is KnM linear a. mrn- tee of satisfaction by The Crystal Pharacy and all druggists. $1 for 24 days' treatment. Dr. Leonhardt Co., Station B. Buffalo, N. Y., malls a free booklet describing it are- told as It Is to let the advantages be known. If a man buys a suit upon the representation that it Is all wool and finds that It is shoddy he i dis satisfied. False statements made by wholesalers, as to their goods, or by manufacturing companies as to their products, or by real estate men as to their lands, or by a commercial asso ciation as to its town may undo months of work. In this case, honesty is not only the best policy, but is the only policy. The membership list of the Com mercial Association is rapidly growing, but some very active work must be done on the part of those who have not yet secured new members In order to bring the membership-up to 400 by Wednesday night. THE DANGER OF LA GRIPPE Is its fatal tendency to pneumonia. To cure your la grippe coughs take Foley's Honey and Tar Compound. R. F. Fisher, Washington, Kas., says: '1 was troubled with a severe attack of ia grippe that threatened pneumonia. A friend "'advifed Foley's Honey and Tar Compound arid"!, got relief after t&Jtlng the first few doses. I took tbrve bottles and my la grippe was cured." Get the genuine, In the yel low package. W. A, D'Alemberte, druggist and apothecary, 1?1 S. Pal afox street Number of Charges Against Card Writer Two charges of drunkenness, one of cursing, one of obstructing the tide walk and one of breaking Up city property are the charges aga'.nt Joseph E. 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