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THE FENSACOLA JOUKNAt. THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 25, 191Z.
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bility to get drafts and checks
cashed. You will encounter no
such difficulty if you carry
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These cheques identify the traveler
to any one called upon to cash
"them. Readily accepted in all
parts of this and foreign countries
payment of travelers expenses.
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VOTING PLACE!
SPECTORS
D CLERKS
COMPLETE LIST AS REVISED AND
PREPARED BY COUNTY EXECU
TIVE COMMITTEE APPROXI
MATE NUMBER OF QUALIFIED
VOTERS IN EACH PRECINCT
ALSO GIVEN.
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ISSUED BT
American fiat'l Bank
OUR SPECIALTY
- We Buy and Sell Atl Sections.
Metzger Brothers,
MOBILE, ALA.
ATEWTS Fo
RIZE8 for ptHnti. Patent! soared tbrooeh ol
'dmttMd without cbwwe. kw liau ol ln
Yaattooa oeeld and posinble born. "Hlnti to
fnTtotoiB." "Wli kim lnvantote taU." Book oa
patent. Send oa rough tkrtmi or model for MrcU
of Patent Offlea raoordi and wort on patentability.
Special ageotf la GOO cities and tovua. Mr. Oreelej
while Aoting Conunteslooer of Patents nd full barm
of O.B. Patent 0 fflce. USElCLEf ft McINTIIlE,
JPavteat jltfflmT. wii-. y-
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" $5.00 REWARD.
"Th. Journal will pay $3.00 reward for
evidence sufficient to convict any boy or
person found stealing subscribers' papers
after delivery of same by carrier.
TL R. Powers, of Panama City, com
mercial aent of the Atlanta and t.
Andrews Bay railroad, arrived In Pen
sacola last nlffht. Mr. Powers is well
known In this city, where he visits fre
quently and as usual he is stopping: at
the San Carlos.
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J. D. Buss, of Freeport. Is In Pen-
sacola today. Mr. Russ is interested
in largre tracts of timbered lands ana
has figured in some large deals during
the past year. He Is a guest at the
Eon Carlos.
S. Li Burtls, of Jacksonville, a well
known business man of that city. Is lu
Penaacola on a business trip. He ar
rived last night and Is a guest at tho
San Carlos.
Jack H. Shivers, of Chlpley, "spent
yesterday in Pensacola on business.
While here he was making his head
quarters at the San Carlos.
Mrs. C. Cessna and son, of Santa
Jlcwa, - spent yesterday In Pensacola,
guests at the San Carlos.
- J. S. Drillett and wife, of Louisville,
prominent residents of the Kentucky
city, are In Pensacola for a short visit.
They arrived yesterday and are guests
at the San Carlos.
BLUE RIBBON ON TOP.
Each year shows advancement. To
day Blue Ribbon Flavoring Extracts
stand higher above competitors than
ever before. Quality does it. Ask
your grocer for delicious Blue Ribbon
Vanilla. "Best and takes less."
Hon. W. A. Blount left yesterday for
Chicago where he goes to deliver an
address before the Illinois Bar Associx
tion. Mr. Blount is one of the leading
lawyers of the state and is president
of the Florida Bar Associa:ion.
Tou will look a good hile before
you find a better medicine for coughs
and colda than Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. It not only gives relief it
cures. Try it when you have a cough
or cold, and you are certain to be
pleased with the prompt cure which
it will effect. Sold by all dealers.
Have You Seen Those
White Enamel
Vernis Martin and
Copper Oxydized
Beds ?
If not, let us show
them to you. Only
9.75
.1' 75 cents Cash,
. $1.00 a Week.
Solomon
Furniture Co.
..; : - . Phone 971.
20 West Government ' Street. .
Round the Corner From Postofflce.
Following Is the list of clerk3 and
inspectors at the various voting places
for the primary of April 30, with the
approximate number of qualified
voters at each place:
Precinct' 1 Milton Goldbach, clerk;
Frank Milan, S. W. Roberts, J. F. Par
sens, inspectors. Voters, 40.
Precinct 2 II. C. Mil'er, clerk; Billy
Sliver, W. E. McCauley. Tom R.
Burnham, inspectors. Voters, 105.
Precinct 3 C. H. Kupfrian, clerk;
Jno. Coppersmith, Frank Caro, A. D.
Price, inspectors, voters, 60.
Precinct 4 P. W. McLane, clerk; w.
I.. Nobles, M. Joseph, Jno. Langlus,
inspectors. Voters, 90.
Precinct 5 Jas. Penton, clerk; H.
Diamond, Chas. Peters, J. W. Helton,
Inspectors. Voters, 110.
Precinct 6 O. K. Jennings, clerk; B.
M. Bonifay, Jr., T. J. Davidson, R. L
Bradley, Inspectors. Voters, 90.
Precinct 7 T. S. Sowell. clerk; J.
D., Burge, Chas. Fisher, A. D. Nichol
son, inspectors. Voters, 55.
Precinct 8 Taylor Crabtree. clerk;
A. D. McKinnon, B. C. Henderson. W.
T. Ernest, Inspectors. Voters, 45.
Precinct 9 S. R. Gllmore. clerk; I
Medlock, J. A. Cawthon, J. T. Fillin
gim, inspectors. Voters, 100.
Precinct 10 Jno. Dove, clerk; F. O.
Bryars, Jerry Tucker, Ruben Hender
son, inspectors. Voters, 55.
Precinct 11 K. Graham clerk; Levi
Mimms, J. L. Godwin, J. V. Buckan
nan, inspectors. Voters, 65.
Precinct 12. Corner Intendencia and
Alcanlz F. McAllister, clerk; Fred
Muller, H. T. Belrne, L,. F. Childerson,
Inspectors. Voters, 32a.
Precinct 13, Court House Arthur
Kerle, clerk; J. P. Shock, Joe Brown,
Christ Abt, inspectors. Voters. 290.
Precinct 14. Romana Street, between
Palafox and Baylen Fleming Prawn-
er. clerk; H. J. Quina, Len LeBaron,
Jchn Mann, inspectors. Voters, 250.
Precinct 15, Corner DeVilliers and
Intendencia, Maloney's Store Joe
Eel the Cristas! zr.i Gcncliw
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MALTED' BULK
Tli2 Food-drink for AH Ages.
For Infants, Invalids, and Growing children.
Pure Nutrition.up building the whole body.
Invigorates the nursic g mother and the aged.
Rich milk, malted grain, in powder torm.
A quick lunch prepared in a reicute.'
Take uo substitute. Ask for HO RUCK'S.
J7o In Any ttlUk Trzzsi
Fitzpatrick, clerk; Jim Griffin, Phil
Sanchez, W. J. Sennott, inspectors.
Voters, 350. .
Precinct 16 W. B. Hubbard, clerk;
Jas. Hubbard. M. J. Holloway. B. P.
Williams, Inspectors. Voters, 20.
Precinct 17 J. L. Hoyt, clerk; K. U
Jones, Dave Johnson, J. J. Bowes, in
spectors. Voters. 85.
Precinct 18 W. P. Bowman, clerk:
J. P. Harrison, Jno. Gibson. W. E.
Gannon, inspectors. Voters. 55.
Precinct 19 A. H. Runyan, clerk;
Oliver White, D. W. Fllllngim. D. F.
Coffield, inspectors. Voters. 60.
Precinct 20 Mark McCurdy, clerk;
W. G. Ubanks, J. B. Renfroe, Mai Mar
tin, Inspectors. Voters, 60.
Precinct 21-nJno. II. Patterson,
clerk: Bill Henderson. Tene Hender
son, Chas. Vaughn, Inspectors. Voters,
70.
Precinct 22 Dan Diamond, clerk; G.
"W. Youngblood, O. E. Jetter, Jos. H.
Jones, inspectors. Voters, 115.
Precinct 23 J. F. Carries, clerk; D.
V. Bowman, "W. E. Renfroe, S. A. Mc
Coy, Inspectors. Voters, 55.
Precinct 24 T. M. Scarritt, clerk;
Tom Harris, J. G. Davenport Her
man Davenport, Inspectors. Voters,
40.
Precinct 25 H. A. Suggs, clerk; W.
A Waters, W. Alsip, W. A. Kuhen,
inspectors. Voters, 35.
Precinct 26, Corner Gregory and
ICth Avenue E. P. Brewton, clerk; C.
C. Olsen, Ed. Walsh, Chas. Licata, in
spectors. Voters, 240.
Precinct 27, Farrar's Store, corner
9th Avenue and Strong Street Dava
Jamison, clerk; M. O. Daniels, Jno.
Daniels, Edgar Langford, inspectors.
Voters, 240.
Precinct 28, Corner Bralnard and
Alcanlz Streets W. H. Crawford,
clerk; J. W. Kohler, Sr., J. L. Boley,
Chas. Cottrell, Inspectors. Voters, 140.
Precinct 29, Radcliff's Store, corner
Hayne and Gadsden Streets S. A.
Radcllff, clerk; O. G. Crona, H. T.
Brazil, J. E. Kramer, inspectors.
Vetera, 73.
Precinct 80, Stephens's Store, North
Palafox Street Fannin Chipley. clerk;
J. H. Cross, C. J. Stephens, S. R. Mal
lory, inspectors. Voters, 100.
Precinct 31, Corner DeVilliers and
Gadsden Streets H. P. Ball, clerk;
W. J. Kendall, Len Burns, Joe Maura,
inspectors. Voters, 100.
Precinct 32, Bed sole's Store. Perdtdo
Station Philip Klein, clerk; Milton
Frank, Jno. Milford, W. A. Shackle
fcrd. Inspectors. Voters, 200.
Precinct 33 Joe Hanks, clerk; Wes.
OFerrlll, Ed. Godwin. Newton Littles,
inspectors. Voters, 76,
Precinct 34, Corner Jackson and De
Villiers Streets Ben Landrum, clerk;
Frank Riera. R. C. Forest, C. IL Gon
zalez, Sr., Inspectors. Voters, 240.
B8CKU AM JUMPER COMP03XD
CURES KIDNKV ANO BLADDBR TROUBLES
APPENDICITIS
CAUSES DEATH
(POUHi
POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT.
A V ... V'
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L. D. HOWELL, OF SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, PASSED AWAY YES
TERDAY AFTERNOON AT PEN
SACOLA SANITARIUM, WHERE
HE HAD BEEN TAKEN FOR
TREATMENT.
THERE WILL
MEETING FOR
POLITICIANS
IN VARIOU8 PARTS OF THE CITY
AND COUNTY SPEAKINGS WILL
BE HELD THAT THE CANDI
DATES MAY REACH VOTERS.
tenance of full profits on all good? s-.ld
by manufacturers. The major portion
of the forenoon meeting . whs given
over to the annual reports of standing
committees. Unfinished business will
be disposed of and the annual election
of officers will be held tomorrow.
Until Monday night when Emmett
Wilson finishes his campaign with a
big political rally in Pensacola the
candidates for the various offices will
be kept busy, there being a number of
meetings scheduled in various parts of
the city and county.
Tonight the big Woodrow Wilson
rally at the court house will hold the
boards and as far as can be learned
there will be no other meetings to
night that everybody may hoar the
speakers talk for the Southerner who
ts in the lead for presidential honors.
Tomorrow night there will be many
meetings. At Muscogee an ice cream
supper will be given at 8 o'clock for
the benefit of the Methodist church,
to which all candidates for county and
state offices are invited.
At Creamer's Gin tomorrow night
there will be a speaking for county
candidates and all of the candidates
art. invited to be present.
Saturday night there will be a po
litical speaking at Pierce's store at
Klondyke. All candidates and voters
are Invited to be present.
There may be other meetings
scheduled in different sections of the
county, but they were not reported
to The Journal.
The campaign, while a vigorous and
hard-fought one, has been conducted
upen a high plane and the voters axe
very much gratified that it Is so.
Almost A Miraofe.
One of the most startling changes
ever seen in any man, according to V.
B. Holsclaw. Clarendon, Te-ras. was ef
fected years ago in his brother. "He
had such a dreadful cougK," he writes,
"that all our family thought he was
going into consumption, but he bega.i
to use Dr. King's New Discovery, and
was completely cured by ten bottler.
Now he is sound and well and weighs
218 pounds. For many years our family
has used this wonderful remedy for
Coughs and Colds with excellent re
sults." It'a quick, safe, reliable and
guaranteed. Price 50 cents and $1.00.
Trial bottle free at W. A. D'Alem-berte's.
WHOLESALE GROCERS
WANT UNIFORM PRICES
Montgomery, Ala.. April 24. The
annual convention of the Southern
Wholesale Grocers Association, was
featured today by an agreement to
work for city and state organizations,
subject to the general control of the
parent body, ad .thereby gain cash
discounts on all purchases, uniform
prices ; to all Jobbers and the main-
The Danger After Grip
lies often in a run-down system.
Weakness, nervousness, lack of appe
tite, energy and ambition, with disor
dered liver and kidneys often follow
an attack of this wretched disease.
The greatest need then is Electric Bit
ters, the glorjous tonic, blood purifier
and regulator or stomach, iver and
kidneys. Thousands have proved that
they wonderfully strengthen the
nerves, build up the system and re
store to health and good spirits after
an attack of Grip. If suffering, try
them. Only 50 cents. Sold and per
fect satisfaction guaranteed by W. A.
D'Alemberte.
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HARBOR AND
MARINE NEWS
Arrived.
Nunima, Br ss, Thoren, 206D, Norfolk
to J. A. Merritt & Co.
Sofia, Nor bk, Hotten, 565, Rio Ja
neiro to master.
Cleared.
Pallas. Ger ss, Nichelscn. 1313. for
Genoa, with 269,000 s ft sawn timber.
204,000 s ft lumber; for Cevita Vec
chia. with 883,000 ft sawn timber.
Clara, Nor bk. Bjorkhoff. S63. for
Coneepcion, with 567,000 s ft lumber.
Consolidated Taxi Co.
Phone 786. Open day and
night.
If at first you don't succeed some of
your relations will tell each other w hy
you never will succed. Puck.
If you miss your paper,
phone (1500) before ten
o'clock, and one will be de
livered you by special carrier.
"Confucius was onoe the ruling
spirit in China.
"Yea, and now It's Confusion."
Satire.
Read The Journal's Want
Ads and Profit thereby.
Father I never smoked when I was
your age. Will you be able to te'l
that to your son.
Willie Not and keep my face as
straight as you do, dad., Answers.
Eli DRILLED
FOR SERVICE
BIG GUNS ARE PUT OUT OF COM
MISSION, INDICATING THERE
WILL BE NO MORE PRACTICE
WITH THEM FOR SOME TIME
THOUGHT IT IS PREPARATIONS
TO MOVE TO THE BORDER.
Artillery pieces at Forts Pickens and
McRae during the last few tiays have
been put out of commission and grea-s-el
with axle grease and tho soldiers
at the forts are being drilled in ln
ffmtry maneuvers three or four hours
each day.
No reason for the drills and prepar
ing the artillery is given out, but it
is generally considered at the forts and
in Pensacol that the officers have
been orderetl to have the men in fit
condition to be put into service with
out delay should it become neces
sary to order troops. to Mexico to pro
tect human life and loss of property.
It is generally thought here that
within a few dftys tho orders will
come for the troops to move to the
Mexican border and rrobably on to
Mexico City, so alarming have condi
tions become in the republic south of
the Rio Grande.
Last spriDg the Pensacola troops
were ordered to the border and there
was a bit of excitement the morning
they departed. It is understood that
should the troops be ordered to Mexico
that very few of them will go by rail
and that transports will convey them
from Pensacola to some Mexican
point.
"My little son had a very severe
cold. I was recommended to try
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, and be.
fore a email bottle was finished he
was as well es ever," writes Mrs. H.
Silks, 29 Dowling street, Sydney, Aus
tralia. This remedy is sold by all
dealers.
"There is something m ere txi clou the
matter with Mis Maude."
"Ixrdy! Is it ketchin'?" Baltimore
American.
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If you have weak, watery, sore and inflamed eyes, prraTiulated
lids, wild hairs, eye ulcers or even TEMPORARY BLINDNESS
resulting1 from either of these,
Essr Brand falta Ejs Water snd Sshrs Ei'cs Instant Relief
It Is heallnr. Soothing', easy to apply and harmless even to the
youngest babe. Price, including' bottle of ey water, box of
S&lve and fflass pipette with rubber balb f ordroppinz wttr Into
the e?M. 25c at best etoree or by mail. Try It today, if not
satisfied, ycir dealer wfU refund you the 25c.
THE LEWIS BEAR DRUG CO.. Inc., Montgomery. Ala.
-JS3EXSSSSSSS.
JOHN L. NEELEY
of Lieon County
FOR RAILROAD COMMISSIONER.
Was Secretary of the first Commission
(organized under the present Law) from
1897 to 1901 entering upon the duties of
this important position at the age of 19
years,
Began the practice of law at Talla
hassee on the 1st day or October, 1301,
and has been successful.
Represented Leon County in the Legis
lature.
Has held positions of honor by appoint
ment.
Is thoroughly familiar with the duties
of the office and th Law prescribing
them.
STANDS FOR
1.
Improvement In:
Jr'AHLilliCS
Depots, Motive Power,
Terminals, Rcadway,
Rolling Stock, Schedules,
Connections.
2. Prompt Adjustment of:
CLAIMS
For Overcharges,
Lose and Damage, Ac.
3. Prompt Enforcement ct
THE LAW
Rates, Pasenger and
Freight,
Rules and
Regulations,
Restrictive Orders,
Fines, Ac.
4. Generally:
A higher state of efficiency in Railroad,
Kxpress, Telegraph and Telephone Ser
vice by the elimination of red tape and
arbitrary methods.
5. Economy:
In the adminstration of the office.
After a brief illness, L. D. Howell,
a well-known young man of Santa
Rosa county, residing near Milton,
passed away yesterday afternoon at the
Fensacola Sanitarium, his death being
due to an attack of appendicitis. He
was operated upon on Tuesday, but
his death was due to a rupture of the
appendix before the operation was
performed.
The young man was brought to this
city Tuesday morning and taken to
the sanitarium for treatment. He was
twenty-four years of age and is sur
vived by his father and mother. He
was born in Robinson courty. North
Carolina;
The remains were prepared for
burial by Northup & Wood and will
bo shipped to Milton this morning on
the 6:45 train, accompanied by the
father of the young man.
TODAY
SPECIAL
SALE ON
JACOB'S
CANDIES
1-2 Pound Boxes,
20c
'1 Pound Boxes,
40c
This is a chance to
take your girl a nice box
of candy at a small price.
For a few days' we
will also sell 1-lb. pack
ages table raisins (reg
, ular 35c sellers )for 25c
Warfield Grocery Co.
Cor. Intendencia and
Alcaniz.
PHONE 333 FREE DELIVERIES
Every one personally inspected and
guaranteed perfectly fresh. All fish are
thoroughly cleaned before they leave this
place. Remember we maintain and op
erate our own boats, every one of which
brings in it's catch every night. Every
fish you order here comes direct from it's
home waters to you. We eliminate the
middle man, assuring you at all times, fish
guaranteed fresh and from the slightest
danger of taint.
Today, we have all kinds, fresh and
thoroughly cleaned.
We have increased our facilities for
delivery and are now prepared to serve
you at a moment's notice.
FIS
CO.
Phone 333
WM, ROCHBLAVE, Mgr. 10 E. Garden St.
Fresh Fish and Game in Season'
White Buck
for $3.S
Has large, handsome,
silver buckle, with welt sole
and medium heel. One oi
the handsomest models ot
this. Spring's offerings.
The white buckskin, blu
cher oxford, 4 eyelets and
low heel, is a very swell
model which is very popular.
Price,
51
Boston
Shoe Store
Quality Foot Fitters.
117 S. Palafox Phone 693
It
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Electric Service
AS A PROTECTION
A Practical Safeguard
Against the Burglar
and the Fire.
When a mnn wnkes vr the
mllillo of the r.TRlit snd hnra &
noW dnwnstslrs that lie rarinnt
understand, he thinks of luirs
lars. It's not a plrnsnnt thrmijcht.
and it's a dsns.-or cms ilnalion If
the burglar la ther, unW-ps you
can scare him ofT electrically.
If you run, you push a bulfon
beside your bed and every 11c ht
in the house r?ahe on. Tusl)
another button nml a l!g gone
in tt.e lower hall begins to ring
as thouirh there was a fire. No
luivclat's nerves tan stand this
combination.
And the other rrent hazard
neslnet which eleotrlc service
offers prpotK-.il protection Is Iho
danrer of flv. Oe rNlecttiMtv
for llsht sn.1 to ,pernte all chafing
dl:-lie?, percolator, hah" bottle,
warmers and clear lighter. an1
Viof-p matchr and aUo'uol out of
plsrht. It will ileoroepe your fire
risk to sn Insignificant minimum.
If matches ere only uoi to light
the grat flro or the Kitchen
ranire. Electricity Is aafe. The
reports and tatlntica of Insurance
companlr-s prove that It la the
least of all our common fire
hazards.
THE PENSACOLA
ELECTRIC CO.
NEW BUSINESS DEPT.
PHONE 1C6.
DON'T FORGET TO
ATTEND
DAVID KIRSCHKO
VITZ'S SALE !
for Fresh (fish
Phono 333.
Star Fish and Oyster Co.
10 East Garden St.
Rough and Dressed Lum
ber, Mouldings, Sash,
Doors, Blinds, Shingles and
Laths.
B. C. Duval
Phone 312.
Every Medicine Advertls- f
e. .
r I ea in This Paper For Sale
5 at CRYSTAL PHARMACY
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