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TELE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 25, 19lz. It is sweet to do nothing, 'and the relaxation induced by pleasant spring days makes us do nothing but think of comfort. Spring Suits, $15.00 to $35.00. Spring Hats, 50c to $5.00. Spring Shoes, $2.50 to $5. The John White Store "Florida's Leading Clothier." 209-211 S. Palafox St. Sheet Pictures Free Any sheet picture In our Art Department today and tomorrow.' You havo only to pay for tha framing tha picture we present to you without cost. ' FREE We're making room for our Spring shipment of pictures you getthe benefit of this ex cellent opportunity grasp it while the collection is complete. ART DEPARTMENT. Phone 913. Ask to See the Handsome MISSION Dining Room Suit that we are offering at . Ten Pieces. MARSTON 6 QUINA I West Florida's Leading Furniture Dealers SERIES LAST GHT AT THE 1ST REV. W. L. WALKER PREACHED INTERESTING 8ERMON, WHICH WAS LISTENED TO BY A LARGE AND APPRECIATIVE CONGRE- CATION. Rev. W. I Walker preached last alght at the First Baptist church and had for his subject "The Classlficatioti of the Corinthian Church." "There were three classes and they are In all churches the natural man, the carnal Christian, the spiritual christion." he said. The first Is dead In sin like the deaf man to music Spiritual things are foolishness to him. The secon i are babes In Christ, Quarrelsome, sen sitive, requiring nursing and to be fed on milk. They are the great care to pastors. "The third Is the one who has de nied himself and made Christ Lord." His Illustration of regeneration by use of grafting was well worked out. His ridicule of shallow views of self denial and description of tho dual na ture was lucid and luminous. A good congregation was present, nearly filling the house. Mr. Woleslagel sang in unusual fine HOT P EVERY PAIR OF SHOES WE SELL is made as good as it is possible to make them, of the best material, and over the most stylish and up-to-date lasts. We guarantee satisfaction. Shoes bought of us shined free and repaired at half-price. ANSON'S SH&& Phono 728 Pensacola 19 S. Palafox RKE MONROE 0 BE ORATOR 0 MEMORIAL DAY PARADE WILL LEAVE PALAFOX AND GARDEN STREETS AT 3 P. M. AND GO TO LEE SQUARE, WHERE EXERCISES WILL BE HELD WILL DECORATE THE GRAVES OF CONFEDERATE DEAD. Memorial Day exercises, under the direction of the Ladies' Memorial As sociation, on PYtday afternoon, April 26. will surpass anything of their kind nery held in Pensacola. Kirke Monroe, one of Pensacola's sons, who Is a sreaker of no mean ability, win df-liver the annual oration. . The parade, which will consist or the city officials and officiating minis ters Rnv Scnnts. Veteran Firemen. the band, military companies. Confed erate Veterans and Sons or veterans. will start from, the west side of Pala fox street on Garden street promptly at 8 o'clock In the afternoon and will march to Lee square, where the exer cises will occur. Decorate Confederate Graves. After the -rcisee at Lee square the Confederal thr cemeU wreaths up federate V answered ti eterans will march to ; to assist In placing the graves of the Con ine who have alread., last roll call. This part of the program is one of the most tf.uching scenes every year, for it brings back to the hearts of the "Vet erans the fearful struggle through which they went when their com rades fell by their side, and in placing flowers upon the graves of the fev who lie buried in Pensacola they weep for the countless number who slee beneath an unmarked sod. i The Une-up of paradd will be as fol lows: City Officials and Officiating Min isters. Boy Scouts. The Band. " Military Companies. Confederate Veterans. Sons of Confederate Veterans. Mayor Frar Hellly will preside at the gathering Lee square and the order of the exercises will be as fol lows: Dixie Sung by the school children. Prayer By Rev. Dr. A. S. Moffatt. Introduction of Orator By Rev. E. R. Pendleton. Song By the school children. Benediction By Rev. M. H. Holt. Members of "Ward Camp No. 10, TJ. C. V., and all other Confederate Vet erans in the city will assemble at th-? bivouac. In the Blount building, rromptly at 2:30 o'ciock Friday, the 26th. for the purpose of participating in the Confederate memorial exercises. By order of the commander. BOYKTN JONES. Adjutant. voice and conducted a large chorus choir which sang with great spirit. A MOTHER'S CARE. A careful mother will not give her child a medicine without knowing it is pure, contains no opiates, and has healing and curative qualities. Such a medicine Is Foley's Honey and Tar Compound for croup, wnooplng cough, bronchitis, and all affections of the throat, chest and lngs. Best and safest for children and grown persons. Contains no opiates. W. A. DAlem berte. . If you miss your paper, phone (1600) before ten o'clock, and one will be de livered you by special carrier. Remarkable "Than houser" picture today at the TP S- D T FF u- THEATRE The Baby Bride Also "Majestic" and an other Feature. ti BIJOU Theatre "The Quality Show" 221 RESOLUTION IS ADOPTED AT A JOINT MEETING IMPORTANT ACTION IS TAKEN BY TWO COMMITTEES OF THE PENSACOLA COMMERCIAL AS CIATION. Yesterday afternoon's Joint meeting of the committee on finance and agri culture of the Pensacola Commercial Association was an important one, ac cording to Secretary Henderson, the most interesting matter discussed being a resolution relating to co-operative rural credits. A resolution was prepared and will be presented to the board of directors at a meeting; to te held this afternoon at 4 o'clock. The resolution has bearing upon the action taken on this subject at the Southern Commercial Congress in Nashville during the early part of this month, when the subject was gone carefully into and a plan was formu lated to provide for a commission from practically all of the states of the union to make a trip to Europe for the purpose of studying this subject there. The resolution adopted yester day afternoon by these committees of the Commtrcial Association is right in line with this proposition and relates to the selection of a member of this rnmroittef. NATIONAL SURGICAL in.M i i ii i r. sv For the Treatment of DEFORMITIES ESTABLISHED 1874. t Give the deformed children a chance. Send us their names, we can help them. .This Institue Treats Club Feet, Dis eases of the Spine, Hip Joints, Paraly sis, etc Send for illustrated catalog. 72 Sooth Fryor Street, Atlanta. Ga. Madam: We want you to know that The Empire is a laundry where the utmost care is taken with every article that is en trusted to us. We want you to know that no se cret process- es enter into M We want you to come around to The Empire 1 on any day and see for yourself. Every day is a reception day at The Empire We are proud of The Empire believing it to be the most sanitary and modern laun 3 dry in the south. a I he Empire Way mi BALL GAME BETWEEN THE CANDIDATES AND QUAKERS Manager Bonifay requests the mem bers of the Quaker ball team to rr.et at Maxent park at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon to play a game of ball with the candidates. He does not think the candidates will show up and if they do not the Quakers will hold a prac tlce. The line-up of the Quakers will be: E. Johnson, catcher; R. McVoy, pitch er; H. Jeudevlne, first base: T. Mo loney, second base; I Burpee, short stop; L. Sanchez, third base; W. Smith, E. Smith and E. Rhlnehart, outfielders. If You Eat You Need Digestit The New Relief For Indigestion It has been stated that more than eighty million people in the United f tates are victims of some form of in digestion. The American people do noi take time enough to eat. The re sult is stomach distress, gas, belching, indigestion and dyspepsia. Digestit Is the new relief It has been found a certain, quick and per manent remedy. Thousands of people have found relief from its use. Their own statements on file in our office -i ! . 1 . - .1- POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT. ' ft 1$ -::r S;iir - - l . ; s J ' Vl'. w Friends; I am again a candidate for the oflc Instruction of Escambia County. Florida, an office that I have held bv tha votes of the people of this county fdr "When I was first elected to this of this county were just in the formation state. The organization waa Tory Imperfect, and the equipment of the few schools then in the county waa very poor indeed. The total enrollment in all of the public schools in the coun ty at that time was about 1E00 pupils, tract at any one time was not more than thirty. There was not, at that time, a single school building in all this county outside of the city of Pensacola with more than one room or more than one teacher. The length of term for most cf these schools was only three months, and the longest term for any one of them waa six months. The salaries at that time ranged from $20.00 per month for the smaller schools to $45.00 and In one case $50.00 per month for the larger schools. In the city of Pensacola at that with only, eleven teachers, and the total erty in Escambia county did not exceed At the present time we have tho the county: In the city of Pensacola: 1 high grammar school with 14 large class rooms, 2 t-room primary schools with 18 large class rooms, 1 5-room primary school with 6 large olass rooms, 4 4-room primary schools with 18 large class rooms. In the country: 1 B-room school building with 5 large class rooms, 3 4-room school bulldinys with 13 large class rooms, 2 S-room school buildings with 6 largo class rooms, 10 J-room school buildings with 20 large class rooms, 30 1-room school buildings with 80 large class rooms. Total rooms for All of the above schools are well invite a-nyone doubting the above to the county and verify same. The total value of the school property of Escambia, county at the present time will exceed $210,000.00. 2 am making this plain statement Trom the fact that my opponent Is going through the county publishing to the voters that I am an old roan, and young man, and a son of a Confederate salary and that the voters should turn me down, notwithstanding the fact that I have been faithful in the discharre of every duty since I have been In offlce, that he, a young man, can have the privilege of drawing thl same salary. For the first four years after I was month and I had to furnish my own horse and buggy: the next thre years my salary was $75.00 per month, and since this time It has been increased as nrovided bv law until I now receive nish my own transportation, lodging, country. Candidate for Ke-electlon as County "DAY Brass i qiMH if ates How Thrilling, Reality, Exciting portraying the race of homesteaders to occupy sections of new opened public land. See how states were started and made. 'Fats's Interception.' Elograph Drama. F1 WarTe8?p.g-M! L:'.'mrwsrrT. r:.ii.v.Lrrrn-rj f.rrmrrzrrri The Directorate of the PENS A COLA ST A TEBANK Is Made Up of Conservative Business Men Whom You Know, and Who Have Made a Success in Their n Own and Your Home City. It is the Combined Judgment of These Men That Passes Upon the Judicious Handling of Your Money When You Become a Depositor in This Strong Bank ing Institution. AMUSEMENTS. Thrilling Feature at Bonita. This popular theatre Is showing a of pictures today each and everv one a feature. A Biograph, a Vitagraph. and a Lubin. "How States Are Made" is a thrilling and exciting picture, rhowlng the race of new homesteaders to occupy sections in a newly opened tract of public land. It shows the nondescript collection of eager adventurers in their dash for new farms. The soldiers line them up at the starting line. The gun is fired and they are off. First come and first r.re proof. Ton can try It for yoursexr without any risk if it fails to give you absolute satisfaction your money vill be returned. Brown's Digestit is a little tablet easy to swallow and abso lutely harmless. It relieves Indigestion aicost instantly, stops food fermenta tion, prevents distress after eating and cures dyspepsia. You need It even though you are not sick It aids diges tion and gives you all the nourishment! from your food 60c at any drug store. POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT. of County Superintendent of PubHo more than 27 years. offlce. November, 1884, the wubllc schools and the number of teachers under con time there were three schools for wMtea valuation of all publio school prop $10,000.00 in value. following schools for white children In school with 10 large class rooms, ono white children. 134. furnished, heated and ventilated, and I make a visit to any of the schools in to the voters of Escambia oonnry eimplr a Confederate veteran, while he Is a Veteran: that I am receiving a largo elected my salary was only $50.00 per the princely salary or jiT&.co. ana fur etc.. when visiting the schools In the N. B. COOK. Superintendent of Public Instruction. TO-DAY 1 Are Made" tt Fooling Father Lubin Comedy. -irti:iSlS ..... ! ' -5 fe-lli l J '-&ri.!I i -' ' serve, and the fleetest gets the best. This ' picture Is more Important than a picture of a battle and the Vitagraph company deserves great credit for get ting such a wonderful picture. The Blograph. "Fate's Interception." Is tale of love in the land of Mexio. "Fooling Father" is a Lubin comedy. This program is a feature through and through and should not be missed. This Sllent Servant" delivered mi once. JOIN THE KQOSIER CABINET CLUB Only 9 More Women Can Only 9 more women can Join the Hoosler Club and have a brand new Booster Cabinet (ex actly like cut) Immediately, merely on payment of $1.00; balance in weekly dues of $1.00. As a world-wide adver tisement of the Hoosler Cabinet, the Hoosler Mfg. Co. has sent each of its S.000 agents a limited number of Hoosler Special Cabinets to be sold on the Club plan. In most towns membership la limited to 28, but we secured 60. These are going rapidly. Those who want a Hoosler Cabinet should enroll their names at once. Cabinet will be delivered Immedi ately. Nine out of every tn women know all about the famous Hoosler Cabinet the kitchen cabinet adver tised In all great maga zines. " 450,000 use the Hoosler every day. ITIO "A Model Kitchen!" waa th exclamation of an experienced housekeeper, the moment she saw the Hoosler In a friend's kitchen. This community Is fast be coming "a city of model kitch na." Scarcely any street in town but has a house with, a Hoosler Cabinet. Pearl Furniture Company 105 South Palafox. 8,000 furniture merchants who bolieve In many sales at small profits display this license sign. POLITICAL ADVCHTIstMBNT. f ' . ' r Ww ? JJ 4 fi'J- Alt ? t" , f . 7"" -- v " i JT' 7 ' I f v a ajmmmmmmmmmmmmammmammmmm iri'aaasaaaBtftmaaaaaaasaa.aMHMMHj I r. W. A. McRAE COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE A Candidate to Succeed Himself. A Native Floridian. A business man who will give a business administration. He will APPRECIATE your support in the coming primary! J. J. Ray, "vTInfleld, Ala., wants til ers to know hour entirely he l cured of kidney trouble by Foley Kid ney Pills. After giving his symptoms In detail he says: "In three days after I began taking Foley Kidney Pills I noted an improvement, and after five days the retention disappeared en tirely. I continued taking them until I was entirely cured." Mr. Ray Is in his "2nd year. W. A. D'Alcmberta. i The Hoosler rves do many miles of steps that every woman wants one. It combines table, pantry, and cupboard, In one compact spot so you can sit down and work without so much walking. You are less tired when the day is done .and you have more leisure time. HOWJOMWIU 59 HOtSIR CAIiKQKXU The Club Plan differs radically from the Install ment plan which often Is linked with unknown goods at high prices. This sale is under direct super vision of The Hoosler Mfg. Co. The low price of the Hoo sler is fixed everywhere to give everyone th benefit of the cost saving from the big volume of Hoosler sales. No Hoosler agent can sell for more or less. The supremacy of the Hoosler Cabinet In conveni ence and quality is known the world over. No one ever heard of a Hoosler Cabinet wearing, out. Any woman Is entitled to Join the club before the limit of membership Is reached, merely paying $1.00. From reports else where we Judge this club will be filled with great rapidity. They are good men to know. POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT. ' ' it i&s?m- : '