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THE PENS AC OLA JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 2, 1912.
ii-U
AND
MARINE NEWS
tHIPPINQ TRANSACTIONS AND
' MOTES OF INTEREST ALONG
THE BAY FRONT.
I
Arrived.
CJalvx. Br ss, Churchill. 249. Buenos
Ayres .to Gulf Transit Co.
VESSELS In"pORT.
Steamships.
Caly. Br, Churchill, 2449, to Gulf
Transit Co.
Mab, Br, Devine, 1846. to Gulf Tran
sit Co.
Fenay Bridge, Br, Chlsholm, 3095, to
rratt Consolidated Coal Co.
Penlec. Br, Mitchell, 2451, to'OuIC
Transit Co.
Kenllworth, Br. Santar, , 1763, to
fcouth American Steamship Co.
Mordenwood, Br, Searle, 1977, to
Kevser-Muldon Co.
Hermann. Ger, Oorgensen, 1541, to
Pensacola Lumber Co.
- Hubert, Br, Martin, 3593, to Cary &
Co.
Ingel finger,' Ger, Rubne, 2193 to Gulf
Transit Co.
Barks.
Hamingea, Nor bk, Olsen, 62S, to H.
Baars & Co.
Clara, Nor. BJerkhalt, 863, to master.
Elvo, Ital, Marinl, to PensacoU
Lumber Co.'
Volturon, Ital, Stagno, 1468, to mas
ter. Sopochlese, Ital, Pontermoli, 1023, to
m filter.
Victoria I, Nor, Jensen, 448, to
jr aster. .
Genista, Ital, Trapani, 1756, tto
master.
.j Schooners.
Donna Christina, Am, Christopher,
165, to master.
Alice May Davenport, Am, Nash,
952, to master.
K. C. Lockhart, Am, King, 268, to
maeter.
Ships.
Naella. Nor, Aass, 1649, to master.
$25,000 TO LEND,
"on Improved City Real Es
tate in amounts from $500
up. Escambia, Realty Co.
Incapable of a Doubt.
When Senator Albert J. Beveridge first
located in Indianapolis, says Judge, he
was engaged in the trial of a case in
which his opponent was no less a person
than the late Benjamin Harrison. The
j-oung man's policy throughout the case
was that of the gadfly he hung close
about, buzzed, stung, made every at
tempt to attract the attention of his
distinguished opponent all to no avail.
Harrison's attitude was that of utter
ignorance of the young lawyer's exist
ence. That he was really aware of It,
however, was evidenced by a remark
made to a brother attorney som eweeks
later: "It would he a good thing for
that young man If he were occasionally
visited by & doubt."
J Safe, harmless, good for
you or your child, G. & W.
Livertonic, a substitute for
calomel. All druggists.
1 Rare Type of Editor.
Senator Crane was talking about an
opponent of arbitration, says the Wash
ington sstar.
i "Tba man is not liberal," he said.
"He yakes a narrow, selfish view of
thlngJ lie is not well Informed either.
The fact is he reminds me in his nar
rowness and Ignorance of the editor of
the Cinnaminson Scimitar.
"The editor of the Cinnaminson
Scimitar, reading the copy of a cub
reported from Yale, came to the sen
tence: he created it."
"The editor looked tip from this sen
"tence and said, reproachfully:
" 'Look here, what do you want to
advertise Caesar for?' "
SECRET SOCIETIES.
F. A A. Mr
Special" communication" of Es-
cambia Lodge No. 15, F. & A.
VoV M., Friday, April 5th, at 7:30 p.
r m. Work in the M. M. Bcgree.
Visiting brothers fraternally in.
Vited. -r. T. TODD,
.V...P, BIGGS. W. M.
Secretary
F. A A. M.
t . Regular communication of Pen
4A sacola Lodge No. 42, F. & A. M..
,jr Thursday. April 4th, at 7:80 p.
..v ' ni. Visiting brothers fraternally
invited.
v C. R. MITCHELL.
C. E. SHACKELFORD. W. M.
- - Secretary.
SIR KNIGHTS ATTENTION.
of
n; Coeur De Leon No. 1
' I'Zfe. Knlht Templar, Wed
SL jpP nesday, April 3rd, at
Ais 7:30 P- m- Work in the
'fflffi rder of the TemPle-
Jr l Sojourning Sir Knights
(f. TZkJZ courteously invited.
I2T BRUCE S. WEEKS.
J. S. WALTON. E. C.
Recorder.
NOTICE.
Excelsior Encampment No. 4 meets 2nd
and 4th, Fridays of each month.
PENSACOLA LODGE NO. 4. I. O. O. F.
t4'W-$W""K Meeting every
'rSSTl Thursday. 7:S0
motst. VI,.
-'t-a itors cordially
Invited.
T GEO. W. CARPENTER.
G. LAMERECHT. - N. O.
T , Secretary.
Information Bureau. 10 S. Palafox St
ORDER OF OWLS.
Order of
Owls. pen.
s a o o 1 a
Chapter
1494 meets
ch 2nd
ana 4th
F r I A m v
nlrht at
at K. of P.
v. nan.
"JAS T GERF1 m "JrTIN.
JAS. T. GERELDS. tre,ldent.
VOLUNTEER VETERAN Frcmcm
Volunteer Veteran Flremen: aV.i"
tlon meets at Recorder's Court RJm
f.rst Friday in each month et 7 oSra e
, N. ANDREWS,"-
. dak m,.
HARBOR
TT7
W SBJHIBBBSi
1
Political Announcements
FOR DELEGATE.
I hereby announce my candidacy for
delegate at large to the Democratic na
tional convention and will appreciate the
support of all. I will abide by the de
cision of the majority in the primary
as to their choice for the nomination.
B. 3. WILLIAMS.
DISTRICT DELEGATE.
I hrbv announce mv esndidaey for
District Delegate to the "National Demo
cratic Convention from the Third Dis
trict, and if elected. I will abide by the
instruction of the presidential primary.
F. O. REN SHAW.
FOR REPRESENTATIVE.
I herebv announce mv candidacy for
representative in the legislature from Es
cambia county, subject to the action
of the Democratic primary. Tour sup
port is solicited.
JAS. McHUGH.'
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for representative in the legislature from
Escambia county, subject to the action
of the democratic primaries. The sup
port of all Democmt will be appreciated.
HENRY C. CLOPTON.
I hereby announce myself as a candi
date for a member of the House of Rep
resentatives from Escambia county, and
solicit the support of the Democratic
voters of Escambia county in the coming
primary.
A. C. BLOUNT. JR.
I hereby announce mv candidacy for
State Retcresentatlve. subleet to the ac
tion of the democratic primaries.' Tour
vote and support will be appreciated.
Respectfully.
J. T. HARPER.
FOX STATE ATTORNEY.
T herebv announce mv candldacv for
State Attorney for the First ludlclal circuit
of Florida, subject to the democratic pri
maries. C. MORENO JONES.
I am a candidate for State Attorney
and solicit te votes and smroort of the
peorle of Walton, Panta Rosa and Es
cambia counties. I have served the peo
ple as member of both branches of the
legislature, and mv record Is mv plat
form. If elected. I promise to discharge
the duties of the office faithfully and
impartially. JOIIN p. STOKES.
FOR JUDGE OF COURT OF RECORD.
I hereby announce my candidacy for
nmoerat1? nomination for the Offlc
of Judtre of the , Court of Record of
Escambia County, subject to the action
of the Democrats In the approaching
primaries. ,
KTRKE MONROE. '
I respectfully announce that I am a
candidate to succeed mvself as Judge Of
the court of record, and solicit the sup
port of the voters in the democratic
primaries. . ,
s E. D. BEGGS.
FOtl SHERIFF.
I herebv announce myself a candidate
for Sheriff of Escambia County, to suc
ceed mvself, subject to the action of the
Democratic Primaries. Tour support so
licited and appreciated .
J. C. VAN PELT.
I hereby announce my candidacy for
Sheriff of Escamhla county, subject to
the action of the Democratic primary.
W. H. HELTON.
T hereby announce my candidacy for the
office of sheriff of Escambia county sub
ject to th action of the white demo
cratic primaries. Tour support will be
appreciated. Resnectfuly,
FRANK D. SANDERS.
I herebv announce myself a candidate
for sheriff of Escatnbta county subject to
the action of the democratic primaries.
Tour vote and support will be appre
ciated. .
v A. CART ELLIS.
FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENTS
To the voters of Escambia County.
Florida: I herein announce myself as a
candidate for re-election to the office of
County Superintendent of Public Instruc
tion, subject to the action of the
Democratic Primary. If elected. I promise
In the future as I have in the past, to
be faithful in the discharge of every duty
connected with said office.
N. B. COOK.
I am a candidate for the office of Super
intendent of Public Instruction of Es
cambia County, subject to the action of
the Democratlo Prlmarlea The support
of all Democrats will be appreciated. '
. . A. S. EDWARDS,
FOR TREASURER.
X hereby announce my candidacy In the
democratlo primaries for the office of
Treasurer of Escambia county. The sup
port of all democrats will be appreciated.
JOEL FRATER.
I hereby announce ray candidacy for
re-election to the office of county treas
urer, subject to the action of the demo
cratlo primary.
J. ED WILLIAMS.
County Commissioner, District No. 2.
I hereby announce my candidacy for
county commissioner from District No.
2. subject to the . action ef the Demo
cratic primary.
W. A. DUNHAM.
I hereby announce my candidacy for
re-nomination as County Commissioner
in district No. 3. subjeet to the action
of the Democratic primaries.
JOSEPH I. JOHNSON.
FOR CLERK CIRCUIT COURT.
I hereby announce my candidacy for
the office of Clerk of the Circuit Court,
subject to the action of the Democratic
primaries.
JAS. MACGIBBON.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
I hereby announce my candidacy for
renomlnation as County Commissioner,
from District No. 1, subject to the action
of the Democratic primary.
P. McLELLAN.
I hereby announce my candidacy for
County Commissioner from District No.
1. subject to the action of the Demo
cratic primaries.
MARION P. SHEPPARD,
I hereby announce my candidacy for
County Commissioner, for District No. 1.,
subject to the action of the Democratlo
primaries.
GEO. W. C. CLUTTER,
COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
At the earnest solicitation of my many
friends I have decided to enter he race
for County Commissioner, from district
No. 3. I pledge myself to an economical
administration ond request your support
in the coming primaries.
R. B. SAUNDERS,
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
I announce my candidacy for County
Commissioner, District No. 4. subject to
the action of the Democratic primary I
believe in taxation for legitimate pur
poses only, and that honesty, judicious
economy and modnrn bustness-like
methods should be actively employed In
the management of the people's affairs.
I will appreciate your support.
M. E. MORET.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for re-election as County Commissioner,
Grandpa, is there such a condition
as 'wealth beyond the dreams of ava
rice'?" Multibillionaire I'm sure I couldn't
tell you, my boy. Life.
Mother That's some of my son8
work. He's Quite wedded to art.
Jones (thinking aloud) Ah, another
of those unsuitable marriages: Lon
don Opinion.
from District No. 4, subject to the ac
tion of the Democratic primaries.
ARTHUR W. DAVIS.
Having been urged by manv citlsens. 1
hereby announce mynelf as a candidate
for County Commissioner, from District
No. 4. subject to the action of the Demo
cratic primaries, and if elected promise
to attend to the county's business as I
would my own.
W. C. BARRINEAU.
County Commissioner, District No. 9.
I hereby announce my candidacy foe
County Commissioner, from District No.
6. subject to the action of the democratic
primaries. J. d. McCURDT.
Century, Fla.
I hereby announce my w.ndidacy for
re-lectlon to the offlce of County Com
missioner from District 5. subject to the
action of the Democratic primaries, and.
upon my past rerd, respectfully solicit
the support of Democratlo voters.
M. O. BAGGETT.
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, DISTRICT
I hereby announce my candidacy for
re-eleetlon to the office of County Com
missioner from District t. subject to the
action of the Democratic primaries. If
elected. I promise the same faithful per
formance of duty in the future as in the
past. GEO. H. DAVIS.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for County Commissioner, District No. 3.
subject to the action of the democratic
primaries,
Respectfully.
J. FISHER.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for County Commissioner, from district
No. 8. subjeet to the action of the Demo
cratic primaries and solicit the vote of
every resident of that district.
W. A. SHELBT.
' I hereby announce myself a candidate
for County Commissioner from district
No. 8. subject to the action of the Demo
cratic primaries, and solicit the. voted of
all Democrats.
B. W. SEELET.
I hereby announce my candidacy for
County Commissioner from district No. 8,
subject to the action of the Democratlo
primaries.
R. O. HOFFMAN.
Kupfrlan's Park.
Justice of The Peaee. District Ne. t.
I hereby announce my candidacy for
the office of Justice of the Peace, for
District No. 3. subjeet to the action of
the democratlo primaries. Tour vote will
be appreciated, and if elected, I promise
to faithfully discharge the duties of the
office at all times.
WILL L. JOHNSON.
I teg to srfinouflce mv candidacy for
the office of Justice of The Peace, Dis
trict No. 2. and will appreciate your
vote and supnort In the coming demo
cratic primaries.
W. L. GILMORE.
I herebv announce my candldacv for
Justice of the Peace in District No. 3,
subject to the action of the Democratlo
primary.
GEO. T. MORGAN.
- FOR JUSTICE OF PEACE.
At the request of many friends I have
decided to announce myself for renom
lrtation as Justice of the Peace. In the
Third District.
THEODORB B. BECK.
JUSTICE OF PEACE. 3rd DISTRICT.
I hereby announce my candldacv for
Justice of the Peace for District No. 8,
comprising precincts Nos. 6, 6 and 21.
subject to the action of the Democratic
primaries.
I. T. TRAMMELL,
Muscogee. Fla.
BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION.
I beg to announce that I am a candidate
for re-election as member of the Board
of - Public Instruction, from District 'No.
1. subject to the action of the democratic
primaries.
D. J. HATES.
BOARD OF PUBLIC. INSTRUCTION.
In announcing myself for re-election as
member of the Board of Instruction for
the 3rd district, 'tis with the feeling of
responsibility for the educational interest
of every boy a girl, that should govern
the representative of same on the board.
Thanking you for your support in the
coming primary, I remain, vours truly
J. W. CRART.
FOR TAX ASSESSOR.
' hereby announce my candidacy for
re-election for the office of County Tax
Assessor, subject to the action of the
Democratic primaries. Tour vote will be
very greatly appreciated.
W. W. RICHARDS.
BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION.
I hereby announce my candidacy for re
election as member of the Board of Pub
lic Instruction, from District 2. subject
to the action of the democratic primaries.
Respectfully,
F. E. BRAWNER.
FOR CONSTABLE.
I hereby announce my candidacy for
re-election as Constable for District No.
2. subject to the action of the Demo
cratic primaries. Tour vote will be
appreciated.
C. P. BOBS.
I hereby announce my candldacv for
the office of Constable for District No 2,
subjeet to the action of the Democratic
Primaries.
S.J.JONES.
I hereby announce my candidacy for
the office of Constable for the second
district of Escambia county, Fla., sub
ject to the action of the Democratic
primaries. Tour vote will be appreci
ated, and. If elected, promise to faith
fully discharge the duties of the office
without fear or hesitation.
M. J. MURPHT.
Better known as Mike.
I announce myself as a candidate for
the office of constable for the Second
district of Escambia county, Florida,
subject to the action of the Democratic
primaries.
J.C.NICHOLS.
FOR CONSTABLE.
I hereby announce myself for renom
lnation aa Constable In District No. 3.
L. LARSEN.
FOR CUSTOOIAN LOST TIMBER.
-1 hereby announce my candidacy for
re-nomlnatlon as Custodian of Lost
Timber and Lumber, subject to the ac
tion of the Democratic primaries.
GEO. J. SLOCUMB.
FOR HARBOR MASTER.
I hereby announce my candidacy for
the office of Harbor Master, subject to
the action of the Democratic primaries
and will appreciate . the support of all
voters.
B. ROCHEBLAVE.
I hereby announce that I am a candi
date for re-election to the office of Har
bormaster. Tour vote and support will
be sincerely apnreclated.
1. ED. ABERCROMBIE.
I hereby announce my candidacy for
Harbor Master of the Port of Pensacola.
subject to the action of the Democratic
primary, and wiil appreciate the support
of all Democrats.
ALEX ZELIUS.
"There's no coal left in the cellar,
ma'am."
"Why dldnt you tell me before,
Maryr
"Because there was some, ma'am."
Punch.
"Mr. and Mrs. Gnaggs don't seem to
get along very well."
"They have only themselves to
bla.me."
-Well, I guess thej do.' Judge.
NAVAL STORES
WKEI HI
Savannah, April 2. The spirits of tur
pentine market cpened firm this morning
at 4i and closed at the same figure,
with eales of 227 casks. Receipts were
262 casks, shipments 703 casks and
stocks of i;,Sfi2 casks.
The rosin market opened firm and
closed firm. Sales werr SS4 barrels, re
ceints 3S7 barrels, shipments 673 barrels
and stocks of 7O."02 barrels.
Opening quotations v.crc:
vrw 7.:;
WG 7.70
N 7.63
M 760
K 7.30
I 7.13
H. G and F 7.12'i
E .,.7.05
T fi.90
B 6.S5
The market closed as foro-n-?:
WW 7.75
WG 7.70
N 7.fi5
M 70
K 7.S5
I 7.20
H, G and F 7.12U
F. 7.03
D .5
D 6. S3
THE PENSACOLA
COfli WKEI
The following report Ts furnished daily
for The Pensacola Journal by Harris
Al'ison - Co.. Cotton Merchants, Pen
sacola. Florida :
Good Middling 10 7.S
Strict Middling in n.is
Middling 10 1-2
strict Iyjw Middling 10
Low Middling 9 1-2
NEW YORK MARKET.
Open. Close
May lO.fil 30.62
July 10.72 10.71
October 10.SO 10.82
December 10.S7 10.87
By Associated Press. .
Xew York,. April 2. Ccaton opened
steady at a decline of lf3 ponits and
sold about 3 to 5 points net lower rit?ht
after the call on scattering liquidation
and local selling Inspired by lower cables
than duo and predictions of better
weather in the belt.
The decline was soon checked by
covering however and the market during
the middle of the morning was steady
with prices -2 it 8 points up from the
lowest on reports of floods.
A more favorable weather forecast and
London despatches indicating the vote
of miners was turning out less favorably
than exneeted. r hokf1 hn vinv la tor tri
the forenoon but ' Selling 'was'Ftur 're-
Bixiciea Dy apprehensions of floods in
the south, or reports of a firmer spot
situation. Trading was quiet with prices
holding fairly steady within a point or
two of last night's closing at mdday.
The market remained very quiet dur
ing the early afternoon with prices rul
ing about 1 to 2 points net lower. South
ern spot markets officially reported early
were unchanged to 1-8 higher.
Cotton spot closed quiet, unchanged;
middling uplands, 10.95; middling, gulf,
11.20. Sales 225 bales.
Cotton futures closed quiet.
Open. High. Low. Close.
March .....lO.sa zo.90 10.90
April 10.45 10.50 10.50 10.48
May 10.61 10.62 10.58 10.5S
July ...107:1 10.T4 10.70 10.70
August ....10.71 10.73 10.71 10.69
beptember .10.74 10.75 10.75 10.72
October ...10.79 10.82 10.78 10.78
November .10.82 10.80
December .10.87 10.8S 10.84 10.84
January ...10.83 10.84 10.82 10.81
New Orleans Futures.
New Orleans, April 2. Cotton futures
opened steady a a decline of 1 to 2
points... Cables were indifferent. The
weather map was again very unfavor
able, as it noted ram nearly everywhere
In the cotton country. In the early
trading the market displayed little
strength and May was the only month
to make a net advance. The rise on that
option was only 1 point. The forecast
promised clearing weather over the belt
which increased selling orders and put
the trading months 3 to 5 points under
yesterday's close by the end of the first
half hour of business.
The market had a holiday look
throughout the morning session and
tracing was small in volume and chiefly
confined to evneing up transactions. Even
the scalping business was small. Un
certainty over weather conditions the
rit'er Situation in the Mlssippi valley and
reports that the English Coal Miners
were voting against the acceptance of
the minimum wage proposition were
against fresh trading. . At noon prices
were 3 to 6 points down.
Subscribe for The Journal.
Liverpool Market.
Liverpool, April 2. Closing: Cotton
spot moderate business done, prices un
changed. American middling . fair. .6.85;
good middling, 6.47; middling, 6.23; low
middling, 5.93; good ordinary, 5.51; ordi
nary. 5.25.
The sales of the day were 8.000 bales,
of which l.OoO were for speculation and
export and included 7.900 American.
Receipts 26,000 bales, all American. Fu
tures opened steady and closed quiet
April, 5.59: April-May, 5.97; May
June, 5.97; June-July. o.96s; July-August,
B.SS: AuKUSt-feptem'eer, 5.92;
September-October, 5.88: October-November,
5.8SU; November-December,
5.84H; December-January. January-February,
5.84; February-March 5.i5; March
April. 5.Soi.
sr
(MO! MARKET
CLOSES QUIET
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THE JOURNAL'S COMMERCIAL WEATHER MAP
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EXPLA-NATORV NOTtte.
Obserrgtions taken tt 8 p. m-."5tti meridian Unas-. Air pressure reduced to sen lee. taor front) nuu lift sHV'pM"tfisneV point
of equal air pressure. Isotherms (dotted lines) pass through points of equal temperature: drawn oulr for zero. frmKK, 90". nd
O clear. Q partly cloudy: cloudy: rain; snow: (g) report mlsslns. Arrows fly with the wind. Dm futures, hlsbert
temperature pas 12 hours; second, precipitation, of XI Inch or more for pnt 24 hours; third, mnxlnu'm wind vclorltr. "CWSEJS3l
STOCK MARKET
CLOSES HEAVY
By Associated Press.
New York. April 2. The feature of
the opening of th storx market today
was a block of 1.000 shares of United
States Steel at C 3-4 and 69 R-8 com
pared with 69 1-8 at yesterday's closing.
The Copper shares were again very
strong.
A reactionary tendency was shown bv
the epppers soon after the opening, but
prlees- hardened in spots elsewhere.
Shares of the southern and Southwest
ern Railway group wrre In demand with
especial strength in Atlantic Coast Line
and St. Lopis Southwestern issues.
Canadian Pacific rose a point. Pressure
agvTtnst the coalers, supplemented by re
alizing in United States Steel and the
Western- Issues, carried the whole list
dowrward rather sharply before 11
o'clock.
Activity of the first hour gave way to
dullness with the approach of midday,
when practically all of the earlier rise
was lost. Before this, nowever. Read
ing, Union Taciflc and Amalgamated
Copper had establlsheii new records for
the movement. Lner Amalgamated
Copper and United States Steel began
to feel the weight of steady pressure.
Tne short element became more aggres
sive on the theory that recent even's
justified a reaction particularly in the
fnetaM stocks. ' An additional Incentive
for selling United States Steel was found
in the trade reports of the last few days
which point to a shrinkage In of opera
tions for the current months. Of the
railway issues. Illinois Cenrtal was the
weakest, with a decline of 3 points.
Selling stopped when prices of the im
portant stocks had reached an average
level of half a point under yesterday's
close. Little recovery followed. Nor
folk and Western became unusually ac
tive and advanced to 112.
Prices took a turn upward in the lat
ter part of the day and trading became
livelier. Reading returned to near its
earlv high figure and St. Paul was
pushed lip a point. United States Steel
made little headway upward because of
selling.
The close was heavy. Lowest prices
of the day were scored in the last hour i
when United States Steel, Union Pacific I
and Reading displaced marked weakness.
BEE WIZARD
TO BE AMONG
'IS
AMONG FREE FEATURES AT THE
FAIR THIS YEAR WILL BE
NOVEL AND INTERESTING DE
MONSTRATION BY AN EXPERT
APICULTURIST.
Among the many free attractions at
thf. Pensacola Interstate Fair this fall
will be the ac t of Frank G. Odell. the
expert apiculturist. writer and en
tertainer, who is known as the bee
wizard. This attraction will be of
unusual interest Co the farmers and
was secured by General Manager Lil
Iard especially for their benefit.
Mr. Odell performs a number of
feats with a swarm of fifty thousand
live honey rees and delivers a num
ber of Interesting: and educational lec
tures on nature study. He lias the
highest commendation from agricul
tural authorities, leading1 educators
and the press, and Mr. Lillard Is sure
that the attraction will be a jopular
one at the fair this year.
Mr. Lillard had some correspond
ence with Mr. Odell last year, but the
matter was taken up too late to secure
this attraction for the 111 fair. He
considers it fortunate that he has been
able to secure this attraction for the
nest fair.
Mr. Lillard is now figuring with a
number of other attractions and there
is. no doubt that the free attractions
at the fair this year will be of a much
higher order than at any previous fair
held here.
Could Comprehend.
"They say the Czar's enormous ex
penditures baffle" imagination."
"Oh. I don't know. I epent J60 for
Christmas." Louisville Courier-Journal.
Dear, can you help me to receive
next Friday?"
"Sorry, love: hut I'm on picket duty
with the shin wait strikers." Louis
ville Courier-Journal.
no
S. Department of Agriculture.
lUDATHCn Dl IOC Alf
EDWARDS WILL GET
BACK INTO SERVICE.
jf -
... . . .. j
Crig. Gen, Edwards.
Brigadier General Clarence Edward",
chief of the bureau r.f insular affairs,
is to Ve offered the vecaney In the lino
resulting from the retirement of IJrig
dler General Daniel Brush. Gen. Ed
wards is ambitious to give up his po
sition in the war department. hjhI
again serve with the troops, and Taft,
it is said, is p!anning to give him tho
desired commission and elevate Mm to
the rank of major general.
An Anatomical Novel.
She struck Mm on the spur of the
moment, and then, after stahMrg him
in the intervaJ, threw herself on his
generosity.
He overlooked her violence, and, drawn
toward her by her wiles, kissed her on
her protestations of repentance.
She threw cold water on his project
and damped his arftor.
Feeling of her weakness, he jumped
at her proposal.
She wiped her tear-stained face on
his pathetic entreaty.
Prooding on his remark, she tram
pled on his generosity.
Like a drowning man he cluthced at
her explanation. ;ind, grasping her mean
ing, kissed her on the spot. Cincinnati
Inquirer.
Elusive.
"Mr. Rivers," said one of th regular
readers of The Daily Tiread, "when an
idea for a bright editorial oxurs to yn
in the middle of the night do you make
a memorandum of it?"
"No." answered Rrvers. "1 tack it
away snugly in one corner of my brain
and go to sleep again."
"Then you take it out next' day and
use it?"
"No. I always forget it." Chicago
Tribune.
Getting it Straight.
"Does your cousin etnR well?"
"I've never heard lir."
' "What! never heard her sing?''
"Oh, no sing well." Boston Tran
script. 322
OUR SERVICE MEANS SAFETY
The service given by The First National -in the
handling of your funds, does not end with the re
ceiving of your deposits and payment of your checks.
All depositors are at liberty to ask the advice of our
officers, who are practical business men and well ac
quainted with business conditions. They will always
be glad to discuss matters of interest with depositors.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
of Pensacola, Florida. j
Designated Depository of the United States,
DIRECTORS:
C. Brent. W. A. Blount. W. H. Knowles. W. J. rorbea. Thoe. W. Brent.
You Ought to
Pensacola
-..Pays....
5
ON SAVINGS
' Compounded Quarterly
W. A- BLOUNT. JR. , F. E. BRAVTXT.R. FHTMP TON'f! vS
President. Vlce-Prea. Ass t Cashier,
. DIRECTORS,
w. A. Blount, F. E. Erawner. W. L. Moyer, TV. A. Blount, Jr,
Furnished by the loc.1 r.OVc, weather
bureau. United States department ff
p grirulture. under the direction of Wil
lis 1 Jlnurr, chief .f bureau, Wnphlng
ton, I.
Pensacola's Temperature Date.
Highest on record for Ari). 92 de
crees. Lowest on record for April, ."4 de
grees. Average of the highest daily temper
atures for April, 74 degreen.
Average cf the lowest dally temper
atures for April, til degrees.
Highest temperature ycsterd.-ijr, 77
degrees.
Lowest temperature yesterday, .J
desTvos. t ,
Pensacola's Rainfall Data.
Normal rainfall for the month of
April. .1.10 inches.
Tmal rninfiill this April 1o 7 p. in..
.2" inches.
Total excess, January 1st to March
list. f..9fi im'h.-s.
Temp. . d
STATIONS. 2 c- 5
t J rt
a i? g ;-3
t- -H ! CM i
Al.ilene 00 fit .. Clear
Atlanta rt 72 .. Clear
Uoston T.H 3K .7.2 Haiti '
Hufi'ah. 24 T.2 .3$ Snow.
Birmingham ... F.6 OS .18 Cloudy
Chicago T,4 42 .. Clear
Denver 60 0 2 .. Clear
Galveston 62 OH .01 Clear
Green Hay .... "2 ."6 .. Clear
Hatteras 6r 72 .. Cloudy
Huron 52 & .. Clear
Jacksonville ... 76 2 .. Clear
Kansas City .. M 02 .02 Clear
Know-ill 4S 74 .S3 Cloudy
Ix-ulsville 42 7.0 .9S Clear
Memphis fiO f.3 Clear
Montgomery .. 62 70 .02 Pt.fMy.
Moorhead 4 7,0 . . Clear
New Orleans .. 04 68 ,0H Clear
New York 40 4S ,2S Kain
North Platte .. 0a 04 .. Pt. ldy.
Oklahoma 00 00 .. Clear
Palestine 7S 0 .. Clear
Pensacola 6" 77 .27j Pt.cldv.
Phoenix 70 78 .. Pt.cldy.
Pittsburg 710 42 .02 Snow
Portland. Ore... f M .. Cloudy
St., ISuis 62 64 ,!I0 Cloudy
St. Paul . . 40 44 ..i Clear.
Salt Lake City. 02 04 ... Clear
San Francisco . f.2 7R Cloudy
Seattle 72 7.4 .. Cloudy
Shreveport .... TG 00 ., Clear..
Tmiipa 76 f2 .. Cloudy
Toledo S6 .';6 .02 Snow
Washington ... 00 74 .00 Pt.idy.
Williston 7,2 7.0 .. Pt.cMy.
$25,000 TO LEND,
on Improved City Real Es
tate in amounts from $500
up. Escambia Realty Co.
"Well, poor old Bllllona Is dead."
"Yes yes, he is de-dead."
"Why, you are sobbing'. How dra
it happen that you take it so hardT'.
"I can't help wondering which of His
relatives lie left my money to." Chi
cago Hecurd -Herald.
JJ.U'B Li U
Know That the
State Bank
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