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THE PENS AC OLA JOURNAL, TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 30, 1912.
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it is not hard, and beneath the broiler
burner of the Kas stove is the best
place to make it.
Butter it as soon as done and send
Sto the table at once. If milk toast
wanted, pile the made toast on a
hot platter and prepare the milk by
bringing it to the boiling point anl
adding a teaspoon of dissolved corn
etarch to every quart and a tablee
epoon of butter and a little salt. Stir
until It begins to thicken and serve
in a pitcher. Never tour it over thi
toast, for this makes a sosgy, unpleas
ant maps fitted only for a toothless
Kroivn Hetty is a favorite with tho
children and I have never seen an
eider person preparing it who did not
put in an extra elice, "if It f-hould be
wanted," and it always was, but not
always by the children. Butter the
Fllces of bread and spread with syrup
or sprinkle with sugar and seascn
with a gratin? of nutmeg. Put in thc:
oven until hot and brown and cri.sp
wnd serve with a brimmir.jj glas3 of
Even llrs. Taft saves tho crumbs
and here is her recipe for' st.iff.ng fo:
fowls: Mrs. William Taft's turkey stuffing:
"Three cups of coarse bread crumbs,
crisped slightly in the over.; mix with
a cup of butter and when this melts;
add a cup of butternut meats or the
meats of black walnuts and a tender,
cocked sweetbread, all chopped finely.
Then season with the juice of half a
lemon, one bay leaf, a pinch of cayenne
pepper, a little thyme and salt to
taste. Mix all lightly and put in the
fowl, but do fiot pack in tightly, as
that makes a stuffing heavy and indi
gestible." Frank Sanders for Sheriff
and no Fee System.
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spending a few days with Mrs. Laura
Fcuntaine on North Spring street.
MRS. RADY ENTERTAINED
Mrs. Elizabeth Rady was hostess
yesterday at the Monday Euchre Club,
Mrs. J. A. Jones winning the ace
prize, Mrs. Gustave Ungerer the con
solation and lone hand, and Mrs. Kady
k The next meeting of the club will be
with Mrs. Rupert.
AT ST. KATHARINE'S.
The music at St. Katharine's church
on Sunday morning was especially
beautiful, and the congregation enjoy
ed a rare treat in the mu?ic of the
ciuartette assisting the reguiar choir.
This ciuartette, composed of Miss
Kulalie Hutchinson, Mrs. F. E. Brawn
er, Dr. Phillips and Mr. Bagley, is one
of the finest in the city, and in sacred
music is heard to advantage. The
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one of the most beautiful of his mstj(3
and was ad - j
n irably rendered.
Miss Georgia Collins, who has teen!a)re and capta,:n Cf finance; Jacques
spending the pasT two weeks with her; Futrelle, novelist; Clarence Moore, one
sister, Mrs. .W. C. Jones, will leave 0f Washington's most prominent mil
tcday for Mobile, where she will visit !(jj0naire sportsmen and warm friend
another sister, Mrs. Fred M. Cooper, I 0f president Taft, and George D. Wide-
before returning to Touro, from which
institution she will graduate in August
in trained nursing.
MISS ELLA WARD
VISITING IN MILTON.
Miss Ella Ward will leave today to
spend a week or more in M lton as the
guest of Mrs. F. M. Baggett.
IN COLUMBUS FIRE.
In the big fire in Columbus on last
Thursday, when forty-six houses were
burned, the vhouse in which Mr. and
Mrs. R. F. Jones resided was totally
destroyed, and nearly all the household;
effects, including clothing and silver, j
Miss Elizabeth and Miss Katherine
Jones had left that morning on the;
early train for New York city, where:
they went to visit Mrs. G. W. Swin- ,
burne and Mrs. F. W. Farquar. but;
little Miss Myline and Master James :
MANY OF WORLD'S MOST
GIVE UP LIVES
At left, Francis David Miller; upper
right, Isador Strauss; lower right,
New Tork, April 29. Without par
allel in history is the death of at leaf:
j a score of the world s famous men
i within the compas3 of an hour. Am
i the huge Titanic sank beneath the
waves off the coast of Newfoundland,
men, world-famed in a dozen Uilferer.t
professions and canines, were sweut
into eternity. In that brilliant com
pany wero William T. Stead, the Eng
lish author and publicist and well
known exponent of spiritualism; Fran
. &nd ldent of th Amerl.
ran Academy at Rome; Isador Strauss.
New York millionaire merchant ami
philanthropist; Major Archioald Butt,
military aide to President Taft; Col.
John Jacob Astor, New York million
ner. son or .Feter A. U. idener, one
of Philadelphia's greatest financiers.
Many of these great men were ac
companied by their wives, all of whom
were saved, except Mrs. William T.
Stead. She alone preferred death with
her husband to life without him.
Mrs. Jacques Futrelle was among
the rescued. "I could almost see pcor
Jack waving at me as he went down,"
she said. "He is dead, but died like a
"Half a dozen times after the first
kst aU of thelr cIothing ln the de
structive conflagration, among the
orner household effects.
MR. AND MRS. GEO. R. L'BARON
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. R. LeBaron have
arrived in the city, to join their
nether, Mrs. Florence LeBaron, who is
the guest of Mrs. John B. Jones. Mr.
and Mrs. LeBaron stoppei. en route
Candidate for Governor
Says that Milton's Eleventh Hour Attacks and Mud
slingings Unfair and Charges Made
by Him are False.
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At the eleventh hour only two days before the primary Mr. Milton pub
lithes in a half page advertisement in the Tampa Times and doubtless
oxher papers new charges against me when h knows it is too late for me
to answer in detail his unfair attacks. Only by te!egram4an I get before
ot'ly a small part of the voters and reply whatever. Every voter in Florida
knows his tactics are unfair to them and me; had" he been fair he would
h&ve made his attacks much sooner as he has known as much upon which
to base the false charges for some time as he knows now. Positively I
have not made a statement or expressed a view upon the issues of the
campaign or relative to Mr. Milton within the past two weeks that I had
not previously expressed from the stumF and through the daily press. I
would rather be defeated than be guilty of such unfairness as making
eleventh hour attacks. Mr. Milton's eleventh hour charges are each and
al! false, untrue and misleading. Will the voters approve or rebuke such
gross unfairness as Mr. Milton is guiltv of. Even other false charge may
be made by him. I ask the voters to beware.
PARK TRAM iVl ELL
ON ILL-FATED LINER
crash I besought him to get into the
lifeboat with me. He refused. Finally
he fairly screamed at me: 'For God's
sake, go!' He lifted me up into the
boat,- kissed me and stepped back.
So, also, died like a hero. Col. J. J.
Astor. Calmly and without a tremor
be placed his bride of but a few
months in the waiting lifeboat and
kissed her good-bye. Then he drew
himself to attention as he stood on
the first cabin deck of the Titanic,
snapped his hand to his head in n
single salute, and was in that position
as the lifeboats drew away from the
from El Paso in Birmingham, where
they spent a few days. Mr. LeBaron is
renewing many pleasant associations
and acquaintanceships of his boyhood.
and his friends are giving him a cor
dial welcome, which they also etxend
to his wife.
Mr. and Mrs. LeBaron and Miss
Florence LeBaron will probably leave
on Wednesday or Thursday for El
The Big Three of a
successful Shoe line are
Style Comfort Ser
vice. You'll find these
qualities to an unusual
degree in the Red Seal
line for this season.
The Three Big Sellers
in our new lasts are "Ty
Cobb," "Red Rock" and
''Dope." They're stylish
and have the right "fit.'
And then again they look
"A dollar a pair to the
Ask your dealer to
J. K. Orr Shoe Co.,
Paso, Mr. LeBaron's business inter
ests there necessitating his return.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. LeBaron are at
the San Carlos.
MRS. M'GOURIN TO ENTERTAIN
FOR MRS. BROWN.
Mrs. T. F. McGourin will entertain at
bridge this afternoon for Mrs. E. N.
Brown, of the City of Mexico, who is
the guest of her sister, Mrs. Thomas
A meeting of the Ladies" Confeder
ate Memorial Association will be held
this afternoon at 5 o'clock at the home
cf Mrs. H. L. Simpson, 20 Wesl Bel
All members of the association are
urged to come, as important business
will be under discussion.
RETURN OF SUCCESSFUL
Perhaps it is the soft soi'thcr
atmosphere, maybe it is the exainp
of the innumerable feathered songster
but certainly Pensacola is gifted wit
a number of musicians of unusuc
talent. One of these, Mrs. Juanit
Bishop, has just arrived from Chicog
for her vacation, and Pensacola ha
reason indeed to be proud of her re
Mrs. Bishop began her musics
studies with Miss l annie Kehoe an
it was she who discovered the re
rrarkablo qualities of this talentei
ycung singer's voice.
Miss Kehoe went with her pupil t
Xew York city, placing her witi
teachers well known in the professioi
ftr.d she studied in Xew York city for
two years , under Tarriannl and als
with the famous opera coach. Franl
Tubbs. Mrs. Bishop then returned b
Pensacola for a short rest and latex
went with Miss Kehoe to Chicag,
v. here for some time she has been fill
ing engagements and studying foi
grand opera. She has sang in Faus;
and thp French orera. Minnie, and h:it
been called the Farar of the west.
Mrs. Bishop will spend some time
with her mother, Mrs. King, enjoylnu
a well earned reft fmm her studies
wbich include not only vocal culture,
lmt the modern languages, in order to
enable her to sing in grand opera.
TO ENTERTAIN PHILATHEAS
Miss Ethel Thatcher will entetrain
the Philathea and Baraca classes of th
First Methodist church on Thursday
evening at 8 o'clock. After the busi
ness meeting a social hour will be en
joyed. The Philathea and Barraca
classe have a large representation here
end these meetings are largely attend
ed and a source of much interest and
MISS KEHOE TO
GO TO D'FUNIAK.
Miss Minnie Kehoe, official court
reporter, will leave on Sunday for Da
Funiak, where court convenes for two
The business meeting of the Ep
wcrth. League, which was to have
taken place on Thursday, has been
postponed until further notice.
TUESDAY BRIDGE WITH
MRS. JOHN B. JONES.
The Tuesday Bridge club will meet
today with Mrs. John B. Jones instead
of with Mrs. V. J. Forbes.
The undersigned hardware stores
will close their places of business on
Friday afternoons during the summer
months, commencing Fridav, May 3rd.
FORBES. QUIGLEY & MORGAN.
A. M. AVERY & SON.
H. W. GIBBS HDW. CO.
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civic jurisdiction, in law
cases, up to $100.00 and as a civil court provides a
continuously active court for the quick settlement of
law matters up to that amount.
The same difficult and important questions of law
arise in this court as arc raised in the courts of larger
jurisdiction, where larger amounts .re involved.
The small litigants, whose cases arise in this court
and who are generally poor men, are entitled to the
same intelligent consideration of their cases as the
large and wealthy litigants, whose cases are tried in
the higher courts.
A correct decision in the lower court, probable only
with a knowledge of the law by the judge, will save
vexations delays and costs of appeal.
I confidently submit to your judgment my candi
dacy on my qualifications, believing that my educa
tion and training as a lawyer, fully equips me to ad
minister the important judicial duties of Justice of
Don't you think so? If you do, I would appreciate
your support next Tuesday.
GEO. T. MORGAN.
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