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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 25, 1912.
PCBLISHEH BVERY MORNING EX CEPT MONDAY. DAILY, WEEKLY, SUNDAY, BY JOURNAL PUBLISHING COMPANY. FRANK l MAYES, President. MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Three Months. $1.25 On Week 10 Pit Months... 2.50 One Month 4 One Tear 6.09 Weekly. year..ft.OO Office Jwrr.al HulMlng. Luna and Intendencla. Corner De- Entered as ;;econd-clas matter at the postofflce at Pensacola. Florida, under Act of Congress. March t. 18T9. Phones! Editorial Rooms, 39, ness Office, 1500. Bust- FOREIGN ADVERTISING. Foreign Advertising: Robert MaQuold, Special Representative. New York Office: Room 903 Bruns wick Butldine. Chicago Office: Boyce Building. THURSDAY, APRIL 25. 1912. An Unfortunate Admission for Underwood. It Is unfortunate that the Alabama orators who came to Pensacola to ad vocate the cause of Mr. Underwood had nothing better to offer than tho proposition that "If he grot enough states" he could "deadlock the conven tion" and eventually force the opposi tion to come to his terms. Is It possible that a man Is running for president with no higher or worthier object that DEADLOCKING the national convention? Can it be possible any considerable number of people will approve for a moment any proposition that contem plates FORCING the national demo cratic convention to come to any par ticular terms or candidate? , Have any considerable number of democrats so far forgotten themselves that they can be led Into, playing a dog-in-the-manger political game? we ao not know wnat Kind of a game the Underwood managers are playing, but we do know , that the great mass of democracy In Florida are not going to assist them In play ing it. Florida democrats want to support and are supporting a candidate who expects to win BECAUSE THE MOST PEOPLE WANT HIM. They are not going to support any candidate Whose announced purpose is simply to DEAD LOCK the convention and then to FORCE an unwilling majority to meet his terms. The Journal makes this proposition Woodrow Wilson will carry the third cr.n rresslonal district by nearly, or quite, two to one, and his vote in the nate will be even larger. Florldians this year will support for president the first southern democrat who has had a chance in fifty years. That democrat Is Wilson, 'i Woodrow Wilson is Florida's favorite son. Alabama's Childish Resolution. Judge Brandon made an eloquent appeal to Florldians to support Under wood because he Is a southerner. His reasoning was good because the south has equal right with other sections to offer candidates for president when she has able sons. The souths this year has three candidates. Alabama people ask southerners to te for their candidate and then say they are instructed ""by the state com mittee to put Underwood's name In nomination and not to withdraw it until after the nomination is made, which clearly shows they are not will ing to tote fair with the other candi dates. If they want to present Under wood's name they ought to stay by him as long as they have a chance, but when they find they have not there is not the lea-st excuse for them doing the small boy act and refusing to help nominate some other candidate. Other states have favorite sons. In diana has one and so have Missouri, North Dakota and Virginia, but those delegates will do what they can to nominate their man and aillng they will help nominate another one whom they think haa a chance. Not so with Alabama. They appeal for help, but refuse to help another southern man should Underwood fall. Florida voters recognize. Mr. Under wood as an able man and are not mak ing a fight on him. Florida voters want a southern man and are going to vote for a southern man who has made good, who is running in every state, and one whom the people of trust- ridden New Jersey called from the south to head a great institution of learning and then to be chief executive of the state. Florida. Voters are going to instruct the delegates for a southern man who has a chance of nomination and election. But Alabama cannot ta.ke part in the Deafness Cannot be Cured Dy local application, as wey cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deafness! ana umi is y i;uusiii.uiiuria.i remedies Deafness Is caused by an Inflamed tlon of the mucous lining of the Eu atachina Tube. When this tube is in flamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it Is en tirely closed. Deafness is the result unless the lnflamatlon can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed for ever; nine cases out of ten are caused ny caiarrn. wuitu uuuung dui an In flamed conamon oi ins mucous sur f.rS. We will give One Hundred Dolllars for any case oi jjearness caused by ca tarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh cure, nn tor circulars free. F. J UiKNWi e Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 7"c Take Hall s Family rills for constlpg. . Hon. ( nomination. The people of that state j are disfranchised as far as taking part in the nomination is concerned. Underwood will probably not have any delegates except the twenty-four from Alabama and their childish resolve to vote for him to the end and not help another candidate will prevent Ala bama from having any part in' the nomination. It Is said that a majority of the dele gates from Alabama going to the con vention favor Woodrow Wilson as a second choice and would be glad to vote for him after Underwood is proven too weak to secure the nomi nation- Alabama is right in putting her fa vorite sonforward. It shows they be lieve in home Industry, and underwood is a good man, but there are two other good southerners and Alabama ought to be willing to recognize their claims when she is asking for help. Florida is for a southerner Woodrow Wilson. ' No It -wasn't a brown-eyed beauty who thought peanut butter was ob tained by feeding peanuts to a cow. , , The Bateman. Memorial In Jacksonville. Two miles beneath the surface of the water off the Newfoundland banks lie the bones of a Florida man who was one of the six hundred victims of the Ill-fated Titanic Florida was called upon to give up but one citizen but the call fell -upon one of her best sons Dr. R. J. Bateman, of Jackson ville, who has taken care of the needy, fed the hungry, provided work for those who wanted to work and told of Jesus and His love to many persons who could get the message from no other source. Dr. Bateman was in charge of the Central City Mission, an institution which has done a splendid work in the East Florida city and his death Is a distinct loss to the work in which he had labored so earnestly and in which he was obtaining .such good re sults. The good people of Jacksonville now propose erecting a Bateman Memorial Home which will carry on the work which he began. This home Is to be built as a monument to the good man who gave his entire life in service to others and who in the presence of death and a watery grave cheered the distressed women and encouraged them to hope for the best. It is a noble work and it was noble thoughts which inspired the people to build a monument to the memory of Dr. Bateman. It Is certain that In going to death the' good Samaritan thought little of his own life, but re gretted death most because his mind went back to the institution in Jack sonville and he wondered whether his work would go on after him. Jacksonville needs the institution and in subscribing to the fund the peo ple will not only help erect a monu ment to the man who was a hero In life and liNteath, but will help to carry on the work which he began. Jacksonville people will honor them selves by liberally subscribing to the fund to erect the Bateman Memorial Home. Pen band. icola is a fool about its concert Tom Watson is lying as much about Woodrow Wilson as he does each week about the Catholic church. Underwood was born in Kentucky, but he is not a candidate in that state. The country may thank Its stars that the colonel isn't getting a square deal and a straight count. Cotton prices are high up, to the delight of the farmers. a While denying them votes the men were willing to stand aside and give- boats for women when the Titanic went down. Somebody's blunders cause every ac cident. Every fallen woman or lost man is so because someone failed to do his or her duty at the right time. Yet we have n6t heard of anyone saying frog limbs. Houston Is certainly an up-to-date city the Apache dance has Just reached there. The Queen of the Mou lin Rouge company did it for Pensa cola people about three years ago. Day-old chicks are more easily ob tained than day-old eggs. Vacant lots on Palafox street are rutting up brick fronts. Still If there were no winter months we'd have to keep mowing the lawn throughout the year. . . We have to let the tourists go back north for a few months for them to tell their friends about us and our de lightful climate. Had Mary Garden been a passenger cn the Titanic she'd probably have been gowned in such a fashion thrU her apparel wouldn't have hinder.ed her In swimming. No one has testified to seeing Ismay leave the Titanic and no one has tes tified to the identity of the man who escaped in woman's apparel, but of course there is no reason to conne -t the two. Mexico mst be taken care of and the kind of missionaries to send are men in United States army uniforms. EXERCISE. Fat men who would Reduce their size Should never let up Swatting flies. Houston Post, Fat women who With portly girths Can never wear The hobble shirts, v Scrlbner's Magazine tells of the value of white coal, but it forgets to mention that It will save a fellow washing his hands in the winter. 9 . That blow which the Clark boom dealt to the gentleman from Ohio has him still knocked unconscious. Summer outing seekers cannot do better than come to Pensacola. the city of sparkling waters and refreshing gulf breezes. Price's Action By the Although it Is generally the cass. When the Times suggests anything for the good of the city, that it is ac cepted with very little debate and no strenuous objection, the most nearly unanimous the press of Florida has ever been Is right now, upon the sug gestion that Chairman Price be fired from the state executive committee chairmanship at -the earliest oppor tunity. There may have Ijeen some hesitation, a possible halting hero and there, but as a rule, the acclaim has been. "Auf Mit." The usefulness of Mr. Price is ended, and he floats around as a mere waterlogged hulk. Tampa Times. "Arrogance of Price." Democratic voters should read the following from the Tampa Times. Then reflect: "If Chairman Will H. Price has the rljrht and power to leave off the pri mary ticket the names of Harmon and Clark, which he did not have, he would have had also the right and power to go a step further and leave of? the name of Wilson thus making sure to his factional choice a unani ncus vote on the preference balloL The incident Is significant on account of its showing that Price and his as sociates in the party believe in their right to gouge and chisel and defeat the preferences of" the democrats of the state, to smother the voice of the pr.rty.- This kind of attempted jug glery is . the natural and logical se quence of the neglect of Florida demo crats to make a CAREFUL SELEC TION OF THEIR COUNTY MEM BERS of the state committee. That should have been done in such a way as to make sure that there should have been a change in the chairmanship. Price was opposed to any primary whatever, and It was the blindest pol icy to permit him to have such a re sponsible position in connection with "It still remains a question when the democrats of Florida will wake up and assert themselves. It is to be hoped the interesting incident witl occur this summer and fall. If not the enemies of popular rights will sn fasten themselves upon the committee that it will require a revolution to loosen their hold. Iet every ncnest paper that is loyal to true democracy keep constantly before its readers the necessity of firing Price from the head of the state convnittee and as many as possible of his kind from the membership. This latter poinr is one that must be attended to by each county' for itself and it might rot be very wicked to form an organ ization devoted to the work cf seeing that it is done. f Price is not a democrat, and if there are not enough democrats in his county to defeat him there ought to re enough on the committee to remove him from the chair. Price ar bitrarily refused to postpone the pri mary date one day which would have 'given voters thirty days more in v.mcn to qualify. It is not a state committee but a Price machine and when that political "boss" refused to allow circuit judges and attorneys to bo voted for we denounced him, and if the people of Levy county elect tis to the committee ' we will oppose Price and do all in our power to restore the rule of the people. If the people rule why don't they get what they want? Because they elect the wrong men to office. If you aro opposed to the Price way vote for O. J. Farmer for 6tatc and county committeeman. Levy Times Demo crat. By Means of Underwood. It wa3 only a few weeks ago that Hon. Frank Clark pledged Florida to Harmon. How are you going to deliver, Frankie? Florida Index. By means of a pleasant Price and a quick chase. Big Business is hop ping yet to get holt of it, through Un derwood. Miami Metropolis. Somebody Has Bungled. Unquestionably the Harmon and Clark supporters in Florida have a grievance against somebody. Thev aro about to be denied the privilege o! expressing their choice of a pres idertial candidate, in the democratic pr.trary to be held in this stat.3 on the 30th. To be plain about the m.vitt-r all those voters in this sti-c vho ate not for either Underwood or Wi'ton, have in a measure oeen diMisnchifred. YvO. : tesponsible for this? Ccr-ti'n-.y not the Wilson people, for ti-y ni -o i -ceii demanding of Chan mar Pr-co that he put the names ..f the cdd dr.'es on the ticket so tht e;ey dovecrat might have an equal oprofivrdtj with every other o r. i to express his preference at be- i'-cw inose wnose names nave i.o-m .mentioned as presidential possibill- iti-. Harmon and Clark are just as mut.k elucidates before the democrat ic ; ary of this country as are Wi.V.n ait' Underwood and the partisans f the.-i two gentlemen In this stat? hm juM as much right to be allowei to express their preference as have the lertleeDS of Underwood and Wil s VI. To iPus-tiate the absurdity, to say r.Mhirg of the unfairness, of tho o Ji". i. teKen by the state commit t-, or, m rt picperly speaking, by Chair rr.m Price, take the case of som of the ii -.vspapers of the state that were stion..' in their advocacy of onj of t' t- oilier (oi the two candidates whoe njuues arc denied a place on the dem ocratic ticket to be voted in the pri mary .!((ticn of the 30th, they :ire pr.icticaliy estopped from aiding th. candidacy o their favorite. To i,u3 trit. tho Tampa Tribune is strjaf as:".t.st Gcernor Wilson and wiil no; s'Tport him until after the Baltunoro convention while on the other hand it has said that "the nomination of Senator Fletcher somehow gets to serve on all of the investigating com mittees. o The sauciest maidens attract the sternest men. Sweet girl graduates .will soon be home to patronise the soda water founts. Florida women are not half so fickle as the Florida primary results. . 4 v Emmett Wilson is making a whirl wind campaign and he is making Em mett Wilson votes wherever he gets an opportunity to speak. He is one speaker who is eloquent and logic.il at the same time a real man with a message of truth to the people. . Pensacola will be the point from which tho soldier boys are transported to Mexico in case of intervention. as Viewed State Editors Mr. L'nderwood would mean for the democratic party a more crushing de feat than it has ever received, even under the leadership of Mr. Bryan.' What is the Tribune to do under the circumstances that obtain under the arbitrary ruling of Chairman Price? Of course the Tribune cannot sup port Governor Wilson because he does' r.ot represent its approved brand or" dfmocracy, neither can It afford to support a man whose nomination ould mean a "crushing defeat" for the democratic party. Somebody has bungled and that somebody is going to have to answer to the democracy cf this state for that bungle. Plant City Courier. Put Him Out. Ever since he has occupied the re sponsible position of chairman of the State Democratic Executive Commit tee, W. li. Price has shown his hos tility to the primary system and his contempt for the will of the democrat ic electors of the state, one of whose representatives he is supposed to be; but in his last act of arbitrary author ity in excluding the names of Har mon and Clark and placing only those of Wilson and Underwood on the list of Presidential candidates to be voted for in the coming primary, he has overstepped the limit of endurance. If the chairman of a committee whose sole function is to execute the will of the party as expressed In its written law in the platform of 1900, can vio late that law at its own sweet will, the whole primary system becomes n howling farce and boss rule takes the place of the will of the people. The state committee, as at present constituted, has a lot of driftwood In it. much of which. It is to be hoped, will be gotten rid of in the coming primary. And at its first meeting for reorganization after the primary, tho committee should select a chair man who knows something of the first principles of democraticgovernment. Bartow Courier Informant, Should be Removed. It Is observed that Chairman Will j-H. Price of the Florida democratic ex ecutive, .committee Is lending himself arbitrarily . and Nlthout Justification, t- the plot for cutting down the rights of Florida democrats to vote for their pteference for the presidential nomi nation. Of his own volition and with out any conference of the committee he hasetermined or so it appears to be authoritatively announced to withhold from the primary ticket the names of Champ Clark and Judson Harmon. Mr. Price should have re membered th indelicacy of his con tinuing as chairman of the committee while holding a position on the cir cuit bench. His action in the matter Is not, how ever, in the least disappointing. The r.'an who would refuse to resign from his chairmanship under the circum stances would most naturally be an imated by partisan motives. He has put it up to the democrats of the state to remove him at the first oppor tunity, which will be at the coming primaries. His proceeding stamps un mistakably tho purpose of himself and his fellow conspirators to convert the party in this state to the rule of a petty oligarchy, and It becomes the duty of the voters to rebuke and over throw the conspirators. Unwilling to accord fair play to every democrat In the sta,te, he is thereby utterly un fitted for the place which he has al ready attempted in vain to use apainst the popular and universal rights of the individual voters. Keep Price in mind and refuse to vote for any man as member of the state ex ecutive committee who is not pledged to his removal from the chairmanship. Tampa Times. Pose of William Himes Price. William Himes Price, posing as the democratic party of Florida Is a car icature worthy of a comic supplement. Hanging on the chairmanship of the state executive committee with the te m.city of a miser clinging to his mo rfy bags hanging on. In spite of the fact that developments in connection with the campaign of two years ago put'-him. In the eyes of every self-respecting man in Florida, outside of any possibility for further honor at the hands of Florida democrats hanging on, in order to assist with the manipulation of the ballot In the approaching primaries, he looms up as a malevolent factor in the affairs of this state. It is time for the voters of Florida to demand that there be a clean record 1 si own for every step taken In the arrangements for the elections of this , year. It is the state democratic committee not Chairman William Himes Price w no must airect ana reguiate ine conduct of the primaries. The public is not looking with con fidence to Mr. Price. Nor are the When the Bowels Are Uncomfortable and you miss that fine feeling of exhilaration which follows a copious morning opera tion, you should put a small quantity of Simmons Red Z Liver Regulator (The Powder Form) on the tongue and wash it down with a little water. Its action in the system is puri fying and strengthening. It drives out hard impactions and impurities and gives tone to the muscular structure of the bowels. It 'over comes the tendency to chronic con stipation, relieves a bloated feeling in the abdomen, sweetens the breath and promotes vigor of body, mental alertness and cheerful spirits. Sold by Dealers Price, Larger Package, $100 Ask for the famine wHb the Red Z on the iibeL If you caaaot g it. remit to c. we will lend it by mail, postpaid. Simnoni Lirer RejiiJator U also pet n? in Iied fom for tboe wbo prefer it. Price tLOO per borne. Look for uc Red Z libel J. B. 5JLIN & CCo proprietor, oc Loots. MUsfcnC IT FLETCHER TELLS , STRANGE STORY Gainesville Man Who Used New Juice Treatment Relates His Remark able Experience Gainesville, Ga,. (Special). Mr James Fletcher, a well-known business man of this city. Is fast recovering from a severe case of rheumatism and kidney trouble through the use of the new Root Juice treatment which has recently created a sensation at Atlanta by the remarkable result that have followed its use. Mr. Fletcher's case is one of eleven years' standing and according to a statement issued by him for publica tion, is one that baffled several phy sicians. In speaking of his strange experience Mr. Fletcher said: I sur fered constantly with rheumatism, liver and kidney trouble for the past eleven years and especially in bad. changeable weather. At times I could not get out of the house and often vtould be confined to my bed. Doctors said my blood was full of uric acid and although I tried everything I heard of and spent several hundred dcllars I got no permanent results. I have now taken two bottles of the new juice treatment and to my sur prise I find I am getting well. The swelling has nearly all gone from my limbs. I eat well now and sleep fine. I get up in the morning feeling rested and refreshed. This Root Juice has put me on my feet and I cannot aay too much for It, for in my case It has worked like magic." The rapidity with which the fame of this strange medicine has spread over the country is remarkable for reports similar to the above are coming from all directions. At the V. F. Balkcom Drug Co.. the local agency for the Root Juice medi cine. It is said that nine out of ten people who buy it come back later with glowing reports of what it. has done for them. newspapers of the state plow In ex pressing the sentiments of the people in regard to his arrogance. Miami Metropolis. A Bull Whip Ticket. Chairman Price must be given credit for a job lot of nerve when he under takes to round up and drive all those democrats of Florida whose first chclce is Champ Clark or Judson Har mon into the branding chute and put to them the Underwood iron. They have not been consulted. Price just seems to assume the power to tell them for whom they shall vote, and al lows them no option . They must vote for Underwood or nobody, for Underwood delegates or nobody. It Is due to the manly and intelli gent and Independent democrats of t lcrida to say they will not stand for the crack of the bull whip. They have never yet 1 ten corralled" by bosses and never will be. Long be fore the date of the primary, the censpirators will be made to feel their mistake. It may not be too late, even yet, for Chairman Price to issue another ukase and restore to the ticket the names of Clark and Harmon as presidential' preferences. It would profit Pce to remember back to the j t;me no undertook to cut from the ticket the names of sundy and sev eral Judicial offices and candidites The honest democratic mass rode right over him. Tampa Times. Why He Was Late. "What made you so late?" "I met Smithson." "Well, that is no reason why you should be an hour late getting home to supper." "I know, but I asked him how he was feeling, and he insisted on telling me about his stomach trouble." "Did you tell him to take Chamber lain's Tablets?" "Sure, that is what he needs." Sold by all dealers. VOX POPULI. M'HUGH ASKS THAT THEY TELL THE TRUTH Pensacola, Fla., April 24, 1912. Editor Pensacola Journal. Is there not some way to have the Underwood supporters call a halt with their misstatement in reference to lowering the cost of living? There is no doubt but that Mr. Underwood is a fine man and a good representative and would make a good president, but his preachers and advocates shoull confine themselves to the truth. Ask the wholesale and retail merchants of Pensacola if everything is not higher by 30 to 40 per cent than it has been in two or three years. If it Is not so and proved by those merchants, I will vote the Underwood ticket. PAT. M'HUGH. Mrs. E. R. Brltton. of Britton, Miss., wishes others to know what Foley's Honey and Tar Compound has done for her daughter. "Sometime ago my daughter was ill and threatened with pneumonia. We tried different medi cines but she seemed to be getting worse. We then gave her Foley's Honey and Tar Compound and it checked the disease and eventually cured her completely and we knew Foley's Honey and Tar Compound saved her life." W. A. D'Alemberte. If you miss your paper, phone (1500) before ten o'clock, and one will be de livered you by special carrier. WAUKEENAH. Special to The Journal. Waukeenah, April 24. Recent rains have checked the farm work for the future. Messrs. Harry and George Allen and Miss Helen Allen of Montlcello, spent Saturdav and Knnrinv wits t rand Mrs. McGrend at the Oaks and Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wooten at Co lonial Heights. Mr. Louis Morris spent last week 'in the Capital City and came home with a Cadillac. Mr. Fayette Carter, candidate for the legislature, and Mr. J. W. Cobb spent the week end in Ashville and vi cinity. A house party at Colonial Heights vas a pleasant feature of last wek to Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Jackson of ChJ caeo. Mr. and Mm T it aai- dgHf at iberU, ianada, TO VOTE FOR WOODROW WILSON AND THE WILSON DELEGATES Make a cross (X) la front of their names as follows: Fer Prealdcnt Vote For One. OSCAR W. UKDERWOOD X WOODROW WILSON For Detegatf to tho National Conven tion, Stata at Large Veto For Six. X 3. E. ALEXANDER X A. J. ANGLE THOMAS 3. APFLEYARD X MONTCALM BROWARD W. J. BRYAN FRANK E. CHASE DR. E. S. CRILL THOS. A. DARBT CHARLES E. DAVIS HERBERT U DODD L. E. DOZIER ALBERT W. GILCHRIST FRANK HARRIS N. H. MONK HARRISON LINCOLN HULLET X JOHN S. KEANE EDWIN D. LAMBRIGHT X HAYES LEWIS X OEOROB O. MATTHEWS EpT SENIOR JULIAN W. SSPEAR B. 8. WILLIAMS For Delegates to National Convention, Third Congressional District Vote For Two. X -J. F. C. GRIGGS X FRANK L. MAYES FRANK O. RENSHAW MILTON A. SMITH To the Citizens of Pensacola and Vicinity: I deelre to call your atten tion to the fact that I am making the very finest Portraits that can be made by any one, and I have Just secured the finest operator, a "Vlr. glnlan," that has ever made a photograph. He asks only an examination and comparison of his work to convince any one that thy will get as fine portraits as can be made in any city in America by calling at the TURTON STUDIO, Wt South Palafox Street. ,' MONEY FOR YOUR SUMMER OUTING Have you a summer outing in view? A bank account helps mightily to save for any object, whether it be a vacation or other purpose. Paying for things with checks begets caution as well as thrift. We invite small as well as large accounts. FIRST NATIONAL BANK ; of Pensacola, Florida. Designated Depository of the United States. DIRECTORS! F. C. Brent. W. A. Blount. W. H. Kn owlet. W. 4. Forbes. Thoa, W. Brent Past and Future In 1902, when the coal miners went on strike, we were hard put to connect the Gas Ranges and Gas Water Heaters, orders for which literally poured in on us. Everything points to another big strike very soon. Be prepared for it and order your Gas Range and Gas Water Heater TODAY and be as sured that you will have a sufficient supply of fuej always at your command. Let coal prices soar if they will, you need not worry. A postal or telephone message will bring a rep resentative to your door with full information about prices. DON'T DELAY. PENSACOLA GAS CO. Phone 148 Misses Gertrude, Myrtle and Winifred C Us of Varo,'' Canada. They spent lots of the time fishing in the Lake Virginia. Then on Friday they bad a fith fry at the Wacissa river and at night a party of Waukeenah young people Joined them and had a good time with music, games, recitations, etc An exchange of Canadian and Lnited States national songs. The Hicks' Capudino Clears tho lYIind By removing headaches. Lets you think clearly. It gets at the cause whether from heat, cold, stomach or nervousness. Capudino is a liquid, pleasant to take, and acts quickly and effec tively. Stops Headache 10c, 5a aad 50c at drug stores. East Garden Street extensive veranda was elaborately decorated with wild vines and flow ers. The guests left for their Mon tlcello homes on Saturday morning. They all like the climatecountry and southern people and think this the most fertile section of the state. Mrs. Lawrence Wooten is visiting her mother In Hinson. The sad news reached us last week of the death of Mrs. P. L. LovelL Her life among us was one of a true chris tian mother. She leaves a husband and three little boys who have our sympathy In their great loss. The contract for the new parsonage has been let to J. A. Allen & Song of Montlcello and the lumber will goon b on the ground so the work can begin. V .4 i t ' i I " ' ""' """ 1 f ml i li ll