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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 17, 1912.
m a STEsEif JGG Is frequently eaLairasaed by ina bility to et drafts and checb calked. Yoa will cncoanter no each difficulty if you carry TnjnracRJcEsaues tezxxui Bxoff association These cbeques Iden'Jy the traveler to any one called upon to cash diem. Readily accepted in all parts of this and foreign countries in payment of traveler expenses. ISSUES HT American Natl Bank A, Real Satisfactory, Self-Filling FOUNTAIN PEN ONOTO CAN'T LEAK, BUILT RIGHT. Sold in Pensacola by 3E5L 1 Ij $3 OUR SPECIALTY W Buy and Sail All Sections. Metzger Brothers, MOBILE, ALA. TERSELY TOLD. $5.00 REWARD. The Journal will pay $5.00 reward for evidence sufficient to convict any boy or person found stealing subscribers' papers after delivery of same by carrier. S. 8pobr and wife, of Toledo, O., are l&t arrivals in Pensacola. They ar rived yesterday and are guests at the San Carloa. Harry O. Bryan and wife, of Mexkso CJty, are In Pensacola for a few days and are very pleasantly located at the Ban Carlos. Tbey arrived yesterday. . Dr. J. B. Turner, of Bagdad, well known physician of that city, is in Pensacola. He is here on business and Is a- guest at the San Carlos. Dr. C. A. Carter, of Milton, arrived In Pensacola on the late train last night. He is hers on business and Is making his headquarter at the San Carloa. Hon. D. H. Mays, of Monticello, congressman from the Third district. Is in Pensacola and will probably pend some time in this section. He arrived from points xo the east last night and is making his headquarters at the San Carlos while here. HIGHEST POSSIBLE QUALITY. Blue Ribbon Vanilla and Lemon . Extracts are the highest possible quality. "Best and takes less." HOTEL ARRIVALS. San Carlos TL E. Kelley, New " York: B. B. Beckham. Atlanta: B. Kanhwelter, New York; C E.'Steten, Cincinnati; R L. Barry, New Orleans; C. E. Dean, New York; D. Scott, Cin cinnati; H. H. Bagger, New York; Q. Brockway, Chicago; H. G. Merrill, W. H. Young. Georgia; C. C. Whltaker, Atlanta; B. M. Bremer, Birmingham; Ben F. Klein, Cincinnati; C. G. Buck Ingham; John D. Bakleage, Jr., Nash ville; E. E. Ijangl.m, Montgomery; Charles R. Morris, St. Loulst YVm. N, Jackson, New York; Ed. S. Hecht, Ml! BREAKS DOWN A rras,bursr. Pa., man. Martin B Burkbart, has just had a remarkable niuiriennv Some months aaro he no ticed his health failing and in spite of all he could do, soon touna nimseir in that condition which everyone dreads "general breakdown." In a letter he says: "It seemed as ir mv hAAlth was ruined and I never Aain. Various other VUJU fc Calcine did me no good but I began a take VInol ana it nas acme me a iii, 1 i i 1 1 amAlin t of e-ood. I am now wwuoiiut ev- w - - - si m rn t AVAr wfLs. have srainea m-m iron v . T twelve pounds, my appetite Is good. I ci&art .niinrt v inn iei line a. Tnav. All ..4t 1 HllA tO VlnOL w. ntxr nri rtt many thousands who have been built up to health by onr delicious cod liver ana iron prep aration without oil. All who are broken In health, run-down, weak and t bv nis expo- Hence and regain their health by the use or vinoi. We guarantee ma-. will build von iit nr make YOU strong your money is given back if it does not. White's Pharmacy, Pensacola, BOARD ELECTS A PRESIDENT THIS MORNING DIRECTORS OF PENSACOLA IN TERSTATE FAIR ASSOCIATION WILL HOLD MEETING AT 10 O'CLOCK TO CHOOSE SUCCES SOR TO JOHN E. STILLMAN, RE SIGNED. For the purpose of electing a presi dent to succeed John E. StUlman, re signed, a meeting of the board of di rectors of. the Pensacola Interstate Fair Association will be held this morning at 10 o'clock in the offices of General Manager Lillard, 508-9 Blount building. Another important matter to come before the board will be the selection of a manager for the woman's de partment of the fair for this year. A lady has already been selected for this position by the secretary and general manager and the board will be asked ti approve the selection at the session this morning. Mr. Lillard will not make the name of the lady public un til the board has approved his selec tion, but as soon as this is done she will take charge of the work in that department and begin making ar rangements for the fair this falL It is also probable that a number of other very Important matters will bo taken up by the board at this time and General Manager Lillard urges every member to maire an effort to at tend the meeting and take part In the important matter of selecting a man to nil the responsible position made vacant by the resignation of Mr. Still man. Mr. Lillard is especially desirous of getting this Important detail attended to so that he can go ahead with the fair work, which has necessarily been somewhat held up awaiting the elec tion of a president of the associa tion. Baltimore; S. G White, Baltimore; E. M. Thweat, St. Louis; J. A. Kauilman and wife, Alabama; E. M. Anderson, Mobile; J. L. Breward, Rochester; w. D. C. Kessler, Montgomery; J. E. Burkett, Macon, Ga.; G. P. Kearns, Cincinnati; F. E. Wunert, Louisville; F. Machen, Cincinnati; T. G. Bolles, New York; J. W. Lewis, Birmingham; S. J. Foster, Birmingham; G. M. van Nackenburg, New York; S. Spohr and wife, Toledo, O.; Harry O. Bryan and wife, Mexico City; W. F. Williams and wife, St. Louis; F. M. Stakely, Savan nah; A. S. Thomas. Detroit; F. T, Donovan, Indianapolis; Wm. A, Leaord and wife, New York; J. H. Warner, New Orleans; Mrs. N. V, Morgan, Kansas City; Mrs. Harriet Hayes, Kansas City, Mo.; Maurice Simon, St. Louis; E. W. Menefee. city; W. Ij. Dodd, New Orleans; O. A. Cosner, Chicago; W.. L. Smith, Jr., Birmingham; M. Whitman, Atlanta; Dr. J. B. Turner, Bagdad; Dr. A. C. Carter, Milton; D, H. Mays, Monti cello; A. Wetnfield. New Orleans: M. Llndsey, Mobile; C. Y. Mayo, Pollard; ri. a. Jtiersey, Ban Francisco. Subscribe for The Journal. iviilfY S TO GHARLESTO THE COLLIER STARLING 18 TAKING A FULL CARGO AND ALL THAT IS LEFT WILL BE SOLD AT PUBLIC AUCTION FRI DAY MORNING. What Is left of the supplies and ma terial at the Pensacola navy yard, which is not carried oft by the collier Starling-, now loading there, will be sold at public auction Friday morning by Paymaster Lamar, who is here from Charleston looking after the work of completing the transfer of stores. Of course the machinery in all de partments will remain Just as it was when the yard closed down. . The Starling has been loading for several days and has practically com pleted her cargo. This consists of building material, metal, furniture from all of the quarters, about twenty boats, from launches to the smallest Jdlnghys, and other equipment that can be used at Charletson. Friday morning Lieut. Lamar will sell what is left at auction. This will include a locomotive, several fiat cars. scrap iron ana copper, a horse, ve hides and material which cannot be profitably moved. MAN OVER 100 YEARS OLD DEAD Robert JLWggins, the oldest negro living on the reservation at Warring ton, and one of the oldest residents of this section, passed away Monday af ternoon and his funeral occurred yes terday afternoon. It is claimed that "Uncle Robert," as he was generally known to both white and black people of the Warrington community, was more than a hundred years old. He had resided at War rington since 1840, having been taken there as a slave by his former master. Bud Williams. At this time there was only one house at what is new War rington. He helped to build Forts Barrancas, Pickens and McRae, as well as the light house. He was always regarded as a sub missive and faithful servant and went clear through the civil war with his master, serving as a cook. From the time he came to Warrington up to the time of his death he always enjoyed the respect and confidence of the white people of the community and of YARD OPPL his own race. 1 i 1 ' Hi, ' t Put It In Your Trunk Or GripOr Bag. By The Package, But LESS By The Box. you chew but one stick, but benefits most Look For The Spear PROPERTY OF RS.CUU DISPOSED OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS, FURNITURE, AUTOMOBILE, ETC., BOUGHT AT SHERIFF'S SALE BY NEW OR LEANS MAN AND SHIPPED TEN TRUNKS FOUND IN THE HOUSE. All of the furniture, household goods, automobile, etc, belonging to the late Mrs. Sallie Cummins was re cently bought at a sheriff's sale by Jas. Cochran, of New Orleans, and has been packed and shipped to that place. A. E. Rice, who packed and shipped the goods, told a representative of The Journal that among the articles shipped by him were no less than ten trunks. While it is not known Just what all of the trunns contained, it Is supposed that most of them were filled with clothing of all kinds, as she was known to have an unusually large Every Street in Pensacola Has Its Share of the Proof That Kid ney Sufferers Seek. Backache? Kidneys weak? Distressed with urinary ills? Want a reliable kidney remedy? Don't have to look far. Use what Pensacola people recommend. Every street in Pensacola has its cases. Here's one Pensacola woman's expe rience Let Mrs. Henderson, of 424 E. Strong St tell it. She says: - "Since Doan's Kidney Pills cured me three years ago, I have been as free from kidney com plaint as if I had never had it. I had attacks of backache and pains In my side and these troubles plainly showed that my kidneys were disordered. I procured a supply of Doan's Kidney Pills from the Crystal Pharmacy and my experience was convincing proof that this remedy lives up to all the claims made for it." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. State and county taxes are now delinquent. Pay your taxes now and save costs. J. S. ROBERTS, sim4.wed2t Tax Collector. E TAX NOTICE myitbythe of any dealer J. Vhether youTI be on sea or shore at home or abroad take this handy friend along. Yottf breath vvill always be pure, your appetite keen, your digestion strong, your teeth bright. You'll surely be glad if yoa take it. YbuH surely regret if you don't. A piece In your pocket is an excuse to dine well. QUAKER STEPS IN, DISEASE STEPS OUT Another It is now an acknowledged fact and accepted conclusion that the Quaker Herb Remedies have shown more cures In Pensacola and surrounding country than all other remedies combined. Read this case, which is only one of many recent reports made: Mr. F. Householder, living on 12. Gadsden street, who Is a shipping clerk employed by a prominent concern, suffered with catarrh of the head and stomach for three years. After eating his stomach would bloat; he was fre quently complaining with nauseating sickness at the stomach, had head ccllectton of wearing apparel, which she never used. Besides the trunks, there were two carloads of furniture and household goods in the lot. The automobile, which Mrs. Cum mins had owned for several years be fore her death and which had re mained all of the time at her place, never being used, was also included in the purchase and is now being over hauled and gotten Into running order. Mrs. Coombs of New Orleans, a sis ter of Mrs. Cummins, has been In the city for several days looking after the final settlement of the affairs of her sister. While It was known that "Aunt Sallie," as she was generally known, was of a very eccentric nature and that she had an unusual collection of various and sundry articles at her home, it was not fully realized just how unusual was the collection until the work of packing and arranging the effects found in the house was begun. For all liver complaints use G. & W. Livertonic, a substitute for calomel. All druggists. THE REGULAR SEMI-MONTHLY SESSION WILL BE HELD TO DISPOSE OF ROUTINE BUSI NESS AND APPROVE THE BILLS AND PAYROLLS. For the purpose of approving the bills and payrolls and disposing of any otber routine business which may be on the calendar, as well as to consider anything which may properly be brought before the meeting, a regular semi-monthly session of the board of xubllc safety will be held tonight at 7:30 o'clock in the office of the city clerk. While this is the time for the second meeting of the month, it will be the first held, as the meeting the first part of the month was not held. How eer. it is a dull season In this de partment of the city government and it Is thought that the meeting will SAFETY BOARD 1ETS TOUT lp mmm m w . BOA It Costs LITTLE It benefits much if by the habit. Case Offered to Prove aches often, hawked and spit when he arose In the morning, and was losing flesh rapidly. He tried many remedies that were advertised as cures -for such cases as his, but found only a little ti mporary relief. He called at the drug store and purchased a treatment of Quaker Extract. After using but two bottles, he reports wonderful Im provements, and volunteered the start ling information that he had gained nine pounds In weight in less than a month. His various distresses are also leaving him and he is being completely cured, where all else failed. btr a brief one, as there Is not much business on the calendar nothing special is expected to be brought to the board's attention. FIRST PRIMARY SAYS THE EAST COAST AND SOUTH FLORIDA ARE FOR HIM WILL MAKE FIGHT IN THIRD DISTRICT. CapL J. Ed O'Brien, candidate for congressman at large, is In Pensacola for a few days to recuperate after a strenuous campaign and a spell of sicicness caused Dy eating some spoiled oysters several weeks ago. Captain O'Brien says he is too sick to be out of bed but he cannot stop now until af ter the first primary, in which be hopes to win his nomination. Between now and the first primary O'BRIEN HOPES TO WIN IN THE This is the reason why women have ' nerve." When thoughts begin to grow cloudy and uncertain, impulses lag and the warnings cf peio end distress are sent like firing messages throughout limb and frame, stroightwy, nine time in tea, a womanwill lay the cause of the trouble to some defect at the point where she first fe'.t it. Is it a headache, a backache, a sensation of irritability or twitching and uncontrollable nervousness, something must be wrong with the heed or back, a woman naturally says, but all the time the real trouble very often oenters In the womanly organs. In nine case out of tea the seat of the difficulty Is here and a woman should take rational treatment for its cure. The local disorder and inflam mation of the delicate special organs of the sex should be treated steadily and systematically. Dr. Pierce, during a long period of practice, found that a prescription made from medicinal extracts of native roots, without the nse of alcohol, relieved over 90 per ocai. of such cases. After ncing this remedy for marry rears in bis private prac tice he put it up in form of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, that would make it easily procurable, and it can be bad at any store where medicines are bandied. MB3. Liza B. Ha whets, of Zen a, Va, writes: " I had been failing In health for two years most of the time was not able to attend to my household duties. Female wea kness was my trouble and I was getting very bad but, thanks to Doctor Pierce's medicines, I am well and strong atralh. I took only three bottles ot i avor Ite Prescription,' and used the ' Lotion Tablets.' I have nothing but praise for loctor piarce s wonderrai medicines. TAJLB DEL PIERCE'S PLEASANT PELLETS FOR LIVER ILLS. irr 2ffflS mm msmm Iii ' mmmff- r'-'f f! F H afc The Flavor Lasts r This Claim Why does Quaker cure where other remedies only give a little relief? Be cause it removes the causes of the dls ease gently but positively, gradually healing the irritated mucous surface and does not act with force on the already weakened system, causing temporary exhilarated feeling such as is done by many remedies containing opiatic poisons. Call at Balkcom'e "it once and learn what the remedies will do in your case. Quaker Extract, $1.00, three for 12.50, six for $1.00. Soap, three for 25c Balk com Drug Co., 17 S. Palarox street. he intends working in the Third con gressional district. He spoke in Marl anna on Monday and says the audience was with him and that he replied to tne cnarges that Claude L'Engle had made against him, and told them "what kind of paper LBngle is run ning. Captain O'Brien said before he went into the campaign he realized the line-up would be something like the Blount-Bryan contest and that he made a tentative campaign to find out whether he could get more votes than Blount had received. Being convinced that he could, he said he entered the race and the support" in the First and Second congressional districts was all he could ask. He says of the South Florida counties carried by Bryan he is assured that he will get a plurality If not a majority vote in a big part ot them and that he will carry the East (Joast. Speaking of the expense of the cam pa-im. tuii&io. uunen eaia ne was conducting his fight as economically as possible and that up to yesterday his expenses had amounted only to $3,100. He says he has covered the Btate as thoroughly as he could In the time, considering his illness, and unless things change he will have a plurality if not a majority of the rotes in the first primary. "But you never can tell anout a primary election until the votes are counted, he said. Newlywed (T5 years old) Will you love me, dearest, even when Tm elghty7 Mrs. Newlywed C18 years old) Why darling, I thought you had heart dis ease? Satire. 3? mm II 11 II! tr? m I WW Ti 1,1 P '! II I ,1. , IkH U I ll MSJ . i JS ril llffl W i 'Bm 3 ' law At H ( DIRECTORY McAllister's Shoe Shop Ct Us Flic 'Em" Work Called for frnd Delivered. Fhooe 988. 20 E. Garden St. it t STOCKS BONDS G. A. WATERMAN 609 BLOUNT Run mwn Phone ioCL p. o. b !5 Pastime Bowline Allevs n 1 W- w r ... h 7 FtRST-CLASS At I fv P kAUiea- DAYS- TUESDAYS mnrt fr rniOAvs. BOWLING FREE FROM 1 TO 5. COTTRELL Photographer, Phone 1t02. a04'. S. Palafo s. PeeeaeoU. Florida, VVE ARE HERE TO SERVE YOU. Gantcscn & Morrill, :! "Maker of Qttaflty Canva Good. 518J4 Sooth Patafox St. Ptrane 134. Pensacola Furniture Co, Cash or Credit. ?T 82 East Qsrden 8t. Phone 1W5.; Frank's Steam Cleaning and Dye Works. FIRST -CLASS WORK. 117 North Patafox. Pfeone 183 Best Delivery System in City,; bmith-Koney Drug Co. "Where Quality Count." 4 South Palafox St. Phone t3.f MAYES PRINTING CO. PRINTERS FOR PARTICULAR PEOPLE. 17-t9 Weet Government St. Phone 181.' T. Q. YATES, M. D. Optician, t 410 Blount RullXIno Twenty year' experience as an Eye eptciiim. i-xamlnatton free. DR. J. B. TILLER, DENTIST 110 Blount nullrriM Otne Phone e. Residence Phone 41 Pensacola. St. Andrews and Gulf Steamship Co. STEAMER TARPON W. G. BARROW, Master. FIRST CLASS PASSENGER AND FREIGHT SERVICE. Between" PENSACOLA, MOBILE, APALACHICO LA, CARRABELLE, ST. ANDREWS, PANAMA CITY, MILLVILLE. And All Points om St. Andrews Bay, Car raoelle end Assise hi cot a. SCHEDULE! Leaves Peneacola, Sunday 8:30 p. m for Mobile, Ala. Leaves Mobile, Monday 7:39 p. m. Leavee Psnesoola. Tuesday 8:80 p. m for 8t. Andrews, Mlllville, Apaleehlcola. Carrabefle and Intermediate Points. For adltlonal Information apply to M. H. BOYER. V. W. WALTHER, PrealdenL General Freight and Passenger Agent, Peneacola, Fla. Phone 653. Manhattan Hotel EUROPEAN 75ci $1.00 and $1.50 Southeast Corner Garden and Bayten Street. "Ask the Traveling Man." NEW PIANOS worth $395 for $267.50; terms $5 cash, $1.50 per week. Don't fail to see them before purchasing. The Clutter Music House. SAM CHARLES Shoes Half-Soied Wi 15 Mlnutei Called Pvr and Deltvered. "NUFF SED." 511 South Palafox El i C that tre gc;J 06 If you'U notice the building- that I being don In Pensacola, you'll nntlp that most of the brick re furnished bf ua. We are exoiuatve agent for McMillan brick cq. TV are Io sentn; lota of rood ! and wood that give perfect satisfaction. We should llkve to ae you. Phone 383. Export Fuel & Ice Co. Cor. Tarragon and Jaokson. Read The Journal's Want Ads and Profit thereby.