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THE PENS AC OLA JOURNAL, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 21, 1912.
PROSPECTSARE GOOD FOR THE FALL LIVE STOCK EXHIBIT WILL BE MUCH LARGER MANAGER Llu LARD AFTER BEST ATTRAC TIONS. TThen the general manager of the Pensacola Interstate Fair Association was elected about this time last year he had to plan all of his work and much time was lost In making the preparations. This year, things ara in an altogether different state of af fairs on account of the manager be ing In his office the year round. Now the affairs of the office are in periec hape, managers of the different de partments are at work, and most im portant of all, the fanners through out the district know that the fair will bo held and are working to carry ft" the rrtzes. The newspapers in the fair di3trlt are cooperating with Manager Llllara and throurh these newspapers the people are being Informed of the con ditions, and are being urged to grow better crops and raise better live stock that their counties may show up to test advantage. More Live Stock. Manager Lillard is receiving letvers from the farmers signifying thlr in tention 01 having on exhibit fine sped-; mens of live stock. Heretofore this department ha not been up to thej standard that the management would have had it. Not that the animals ex hibited were not line specimens, but that the number of exhibitors was limited to a few of the larger stock growers. This fact was apparent to the farmers and they have secured blooded stock and are preparing to exhibit some fine animals at the fair in October. Attractions and Concessions. Securing attractions which will be high-class, original and to which there can be no objection . has occupied the time of the manager for several weeks. The free attractions will be selected with a view of pleasing the most people and already the general manager has a large number under consideration and the result will be that the best free attractions ever shown in Florida will be at the next Interstate Fair. Last year this was neglected up until a few weeks before the fair opened on account of the other work requiring all of the time of Man ager Lillard. The paid attractions will he much better than was the case last year. The manager has several propositions from amusements concerns to furnish these. . f Letters asking for concessions at the grounds reach the fair office by nearly every mall. Several ojf these let ters state that they want rootn for an Individual building and there re oth ers asking only for email srkce. . The fair office is now right tep with the work and will have sospe good news to announce In a few days In regard to the coming' fair. C0LD3 CAUSE HEADACHE. LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine, the world wide Cold and Grip remedy, removes cause. Call for full name. Look for signature E. W. GROVE. 25c. ALA. SENATOR MB FOR WATER ROUTE INLAND ROUTE FROM PENSACOLA TO MOBILE BAY WILL BE SUP PORTED BY STRONG DELEGA TION. Senator Johnson, of Alabama, is now Interested in the Inland waterway con necting Pensacola with Mobile Bay and will Join with the Florida delega tion at Washington asking congress to appropriate money for this inland route when it cornea up for consideration, Secretary Henderson, of the Commer cial Association, having received a wire from him to this effect yesterday. This inland route is a very Inexpen sive one when it Is considered the benefit which may be derived from it by so many people, not only in Flor id but the entire south. President C. E. Dobson leaves Sat urday for Washington to attend to several matters pertaining to the Pen sacola Commercial Association, but especially is he going to put before the congressmen and senators the people need more coal, clothes and doctors than the strong, robust and hearty. Scott's Emulsion saves coal hills, tailors1 1 bills and doctors bills. f u-53 FAIR II Absolutely Pure BAKES EIOUE BAKINQ EASY Light Biscuit Delicious Cake Dainty Pastries Fine Puddings Flaky Crusts The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar facts in regard to the inland water way route between Pensacola and Mo bile bay. Those who ' are working for the project feel very much encouraged over the outlook and feel that congress will make the necessary appropriation. directorTof commercial assn. to meet IMPORTANT MEETING OF THE BOARD WILL OCCUR THIS AF TERNOON AT 4 O'CLOCK OTHER ASSOCIATION NEWS. Members of the board of directors of the Pensacola Commercial Asso ciation will meet in the directors' room this afternoon at 4 o'clock to take un der consideration the plans advo cated by the various committees. It is understood that the directors have some plans of their own which are intended to arouse considerable in terest if carried out. With regard to the articles prepared by the Pensacola Commercial Associa tion about waste matter on the farms and how to utilize it to best advantage, together with other information about diversified and scientific farming in the country about West Florida the Cali fornia Cultivator writes the Commer cial Association that the articles will be published, and that Just such ar ticles are wanted. Other farm and trade papers announce their willing ness to use them. DAUGHTER OF AMBASSADOR TO GERMANY r OPENS WAY FOR AMERICANS AT COURT. . . pmm x ' ' f V . . V: v ,.....-.:..':. .:. . V. I I ,-' . . ft f 44 f( v f 4 - ' " " I ' " i - i. V I 7 V ' . ' 1 I r 4;T- .H I I W 1 I I ill V vc v " " ,'v r y l V'- : v. MisaNarcy Leishman, daughter of the nevr American Ambassador at Berlin; John C.. A. Lelshman. is held rtrtly respjnsib'd for the stir in Ger man society over the favoritism shown Americans at court- Miss Lelshman has established herself as a court x'-vorite, and the "open sesame" extended to her seems also t have extended to her friends. Her gowns are described at length by the German newspapers after every so cial function at which she appears. 'a At a meeting of the harbors and shipping committee held yesterday morning plans were proposed which, if carried out. will be of incalculable good to Pensacola. The nature of the plans are not for the public until later, but this committee is determined that the facilities for shipping in the Deep Water City must be materially, im proved that Pensacola may grow as It should. C. A. Glossner, 24 Ontario St, Rochester, N. Y has recovered from a long and severe attack of kidney trouble, his cure being due to Foley Kidney Pills. After detailing his case, he says: "I am only sorry I did not learn sooner of Foley Kidney Pills. In a few days' time my backache com pletely left me and I felt greatly im proved. My kidneys became stronger, dizzy spells left me and I was no longer annoyed at night. I feel 193 per cent better since using Foley Kid ney Pills." W. A. D'Alemberte, drug gist and apothecary. 121 S. Palafox St. KLONDIKE. 8peclal to The' Journal Klondyke, March 19. We are glad to know that Miss Ava McNeil is im proving from the measles. , Mrs. T. L. Barrineau and children were the .guests of Mrs. J. F. Pierce Sunday. Mr. J. C,.Van Pelt was visiting Klon dyke .Saturday. Mrs. Will Shelby was the guest of Mrs. J. W. Helton Monday. j We are sorry to know that Mr. Earnest Yonker has the measles. Misses Hattie and Lillie Belle Hel ton entertained quite a crowd of young people Sunday night at their home. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Wright, Misses Etta, Delia and Stella Weaver, Miss Maggie Diamond, Miss Bessie Suggs, Miss Jewel Dia mond and Mr. Carroll West, Mr. Billy Shoffner and Mr. Henry Ard. Mrs. M. M. Wright was the guest of Mrs. Yonker Tuesday and Wednes day. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Helton were the guests of Mr. Henry Helton of Bellvlew Sunday. Mr. Archy Bowman was at Klon dyke Wednesday on business. TcSM MA MOT A COLEMAN GETS CONTRACT FOR THE UNIFORMS BOARD OF SAFETY AWARDS CON TRACT TO LOCAL CLOTHING DEALER TO BE DELIVERED IN THIRTY DAYS. Summer uniforms for .both the police and fire departments of the city of Pensacola will be furnished by Joseph Ccleman, whose contract was consid ered the lowest and best bid of those submitted. The uniforms for the police de partment will cost $17.75; the fire men's uniforms, with cap, to cost $21.90. Joe Weiland and Leon Loeb, local tailors, made bids for supplying the uniforms, but their bids were not thought as desirable as that made by Mr. Coleman. It is the intention of the -board of safety that the uniforms will be ready for the members of both departments in about thirty days. When the uniforms are contracted for the members of the departments display more or less interest In the matter and several said last night that they were glad that Coleman got the contract, because they liked his sample and because he had made the best uniforms the members had ever na4. SECTION HARD G TREATED FORBROKENLEG DR. C. W. D'ALEMBERTE WAS CALLED TUESDAY NIGHT AND ADMINISTERED A NARCOTIC TO INSURE REST. Silas Jones the negro section hand who was brought to the city on train No. 2 Tuesday morning and yturned over to the police with a broken leg, sustained while disembarking from a train between Cantonment and Floma ton Monday night, was treated for his injuries at the police station early yesterday morning by County Physic ian C. W. D'Alemberte. He was-teter removed to the home of friends on North Tarragona street. Jones states that he was employed by the Louisville & Nashville Railroad Compariy as a section hand at Floma ton; that he boarded a train at Floma toh on Monday night to come to Can tonment for the purpose of getting some clothes; that In jumping from the train while 'in motion near Can tonment he fell, sustaining a fracture of the leg, below the knee. Unable to walk, he crawled to the station at Cantonment, and when train No. ar rived was taken aboard by the train crew and brought to the city. Here he 'was turned over to the police sta tion, and taken to the station. Dr. F. G. Renrhaw, the local physic ian of the L. & N., was noticed, but after hearing the injured msn's state ment of the caure of his injuries, de clined to treat him unt'.l the matter had been referred to the claim agent ot the railroad company. This func tionary of the railroad finally made an investigation, with the result that at a late hour Tuesday evening Dr. Renshaw-Anally declined to treat the man. The case was clearly not. one for at tention by the city physician, nor on9 for -the attention of the county physic ian, but Chief of Police Sanders, realis ing that the man required surgical at tention, referred the case to Dr. Alem berte, who responded promptly to the calL Finding the regro aaleep in the hospital ward at the police station Tuesday night, he administered a nar cotic to insure his comfort through the night, and at an early hour yesterday morning set his limb, and, as stated abov3, had him removed to the home of friends. This Will Stop Your Cough In a Hurry ; Save 99 ky Hakiajr This Cmk Syrup at Heme. This recipe makes a pint of better eouph yrup than you could buy ready made for $2.50. A few doses usually conquer the most obstinate cough stops even w hooping eoujrh quickly, fcim ple as it is, no better reaiedy caa be had at any price. Mix ne pint of granulated sugar with 'a pint of warm water, and stir for 2 minutes. Put 2& ounces of Pinex (fifty cents worth) in a pint bottle; then add the Sugar Syrup. It has a pleasant taste and lasts a family a lose time. Take a teaspoonful eTery one, two or three hours. . You caa feel this take io!d of a cough; m a way that means business. Has a tod tonic efiect, braces up the appetite, and is slightly laxative, too. which is helpful. A haady remedy for hoarse rass, croup, bronchitis, asthma and all throat and lunjr troubles. The effect of pine on the membranes 78 well known. Pinex is the most valu able concentrated compound of Norwe pisa white pine extract, and is rich in P'iii-ol and all the natural healins pine dement. Other preparatioaa will Hot work in this formula. This Finex and Suyar Syrup recipe bts attained greit popularity throughout th United States sad Canada. It has often been imitated, tho-.iyh never successfully. A eaaranty f absolute satisfaction, or mor.ey promptly refunded, goes with this recipe. Your druflyfst has Pinex, or will f't it for rou. If not, send to Xta inex Co, Ft. Wayne, Ini, - BEN Look for thb Sign You cannot know until you try a Michelin property inflated IN STOCK BY MUTUAL MOTOR CAR CO. 206 EAST ZARRAGOSSA STREET. THE THEATRES WILL PICTURE FLY SWATTING UNDER THE AUSPICES OF LOCAL HEALTH LEAGUE, CRUSADE AGAINST FLY PEST WILL BE GIVEN A STRONG BOOST. All of the moving picture theatres will co-operate- with the Y. M. ,C. A. health league next week in their cru sade against the fly by exhibiting the "Fly Pest" moving picture film, which the health league has arranged to have In Pensacola at this time in their the atres during the afternoons. Mr. Cook of the Bonita, Prof. Seels of the Elite, Mr. Marzoni of the Bijou and Pastime, and Mr. Jaeotoy of the Belmont street theatre have all kindly consented to run the film. This will give the school children an opportunity to see this picture, which has proven so valuable in educating the whole country as to the dangers of this disease germ car rying Insect fZt3 in SZ4rmcnl vua v- wwuiuwu Get rid of this badly digested matter as quickly as possible if you would avoid a bilious attack. SIMMONS RED Z LIVER REGULATOR (THB POWDER FORM) Is a cleansing and strengthening medicine. It is a liver tonic first of all and the liver Is always effected when the stomach goes wrong. It puts life in a torpid liver, helps digestion, sweetens the breath, clears the complexion of sallowness, relaxes the bowels and puts the body in fine vigorous condition. Sold by Dmalers. Price, Largm Pachas, St. 00. , , Adr for Che gambf with the Red Z ob the labeL If yea cumet ret It, teak ton,w mtU mi R by mul postpaid. Simmon Liver Reculaior pot op fJaa in liquid form far (kaw wm k, Fifcs Si.00 per bottle. Look for tbe R.ed Z label. 3. H. ZrillN A CO.. rropriators. St. Lovla. Mlsaowi Si4 mmmmmmmmmmmmt , ally Launch Schedule THE PENSACOLA LAUNCH COMPANY Operating "The Tourist" and other launches will maintain the following schedule between Pen- B sacola and the Life Saving Station for the benefit of tourists and others desiring to make tms trip: Leave Pensacola 9:30 a. m. Leave Pensacola 2:30 p. m. Leave Island 5 :30 p. m. tiWe1.".'!"", -" --..1 ,.nm-i.,mmi,imiliii'. ' '-iM J J " Just Received, Large Shipment of GOPH Place Your Orders Now. KLEIN GROCERY COMPANY Phones, S58-1780. on Leading Garages what a good tire is DREDGE Fop Sale New and in working order ; 10-inch pump. On lighter 28x40 feet. Write W. B. Ferriss, Pensacola Fla. The health league will request that the teachers of the public school urge their pupils to see the picture some Ume during the week. The thing that is desired ls to get rid of the fly and moequito and other disease germ carriers. The health league solicits the co-operation of every individual and organization that wants to make Pensacola the healthiest city in the south. Will you work? BACKACHE ALMOST UN BEAR- ' ABLE. Is an almost certain result of kidney trouble. D. Toomey. 803 E. Olive Ft.. Bloomington, 111., says: "I suffered with backache and pains in my kid neys which were almost unbearable. I gave Foley Kidney Pills a good trial, end they done wonders for me. Today I can do a hard day's work and not feel the effects." W. A., D'Alem berte, druggist and apothecary. 121 S. Palafox St. comes from food which has fermented. 500, 502, 504 South Palafox St. 5 The reason Boston Shoe Store Shoes are so popular is because they have the cor rect styling that appeals to good dressers, and because they fit the feet so perfectly as to insure perfect comfort. The Spring Models For Ladies and Gentlemen are receiving just praise and attention because of these qualities. Every leather is represented, with the addi tional materials of velvet and satin for ladies. oston Shoe Store 117 6. Palafox St. Phnt 9W. Remarkable Developments On of the most remarkable developments of the p&st year la the world of electricity ha been the enormous number of already built houaea which have been wired for electric service. Liter ally hundred a of homes have been wired In cities where the services has been a reliable for years. The public ha beg-un to appreciate that ruch an instil lation ts not money spent, but money Invested, and earrjinr with It comforts, convenience and economies beyond appraisal. And today electric wlrlngr la in stalled absolutely without In convenience to the household fr damage to th property. Jt us ret a free estimate for wlrlnr your home. THE PENSACOLA ELECTRIC CO. NEW BUSINESS DEPT. PHONE 108. 12 I C Hf that ire ccd UA If youll notice the bulldlnf that 1 being; done In PenBacola, you'll rnt!" that moat of the brick are furnished by ua. We are exclusive agents for McMillan drick cb. We are also selllns lots of good coal end wood that gives perfect satisfaction. We should like to see you. Phone 363. Export Fuel 6 Ice Co. Cor. Tarraoene and Jackson. 1 Say, Do You Why not patronize home industry, and try GONZALEZ CIGAfUS BINGU4M TRANSFER CO. General Hauling, Packing and Moving of Furniture STORAGE ' Warehouse, 232-234 East Intendenels Street. Phone 63. L & N. Freight Depot. PATENTS f?riS ! J PJ ZZS for p.entm. rktuta mxmxa throe m I won bmwM mnd poMibi. bum. -HlnUW " "7 khtm ic Teuton uu. - oo o tnu. td xm roorh knrb or model for t? .f rticnr. frm imu . - m v ftP Meats ta loo rtUM .ne kownc Mr. fcwi" AttB CommtatotMr of Prtanta Iwd full rh.rirf D.lruoa G&fXI ET McINTTBK. tent Attoraersw' vWashlBstoo, fi C.