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THE PENS AC OLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 16, 1912.
Feed in Ch eckerboard Bags Purina Feed, Protena Alfalfa Feed, Purina RIolasses Feed, ; Protena Dairy Feed, Purina Scratch Feed, Purina Chick Feed, Purina Chicken Chowder. Soft, Winter Wheat Flour Snow Drift, Sea Foam, Triumph, Jewel. Self-Rising Flour: Aunt Rose. Old Mammy. Hard, Spring Wheat Flour: Marvel. Co nsolidated Grocery Company "IF" WE SELL IT, IT'S GOOD. 99 VtoDll Pure Coffeeroasted from selected bean by experienced roasters; none better can be offered to your customers Packed in one and two-pound cans in Whole bean, ground or pulverized . (LaDZiaDlETQe Coffee and Chickory, blended by coffee artists; Few are equal to Luzianne, none are better Packed in one-pound cans and four-pound buckets Try it Diamond Crystal Shaker Salt. The kind you have read about in magazines, and have always wanted, can now be furnished you by your groceryman 6aVerea" canned goods for Fall delivery, consisting of a full line of fruits and vegetables, are as good as can be packed; goods are packed the same day they are picked. Few equal, none better than Over-Sea. A S i , avmgs ccoiint I may not be THE prime essential to Success in 'life, but it is certainly A prime essential. Many ' Pensacolans have a 1- ready discovered this, f and we are paying them 4 per, cent interest quar terly on their savings. . Are YOU one of the number? : American National Bank Government Depository. Total resources over $2,000,000.00 and Brand Howe and -wife. Those, with .other Alabama people, compose a party en route to Perdldo Beach for a few dys' outing. , C. E. Barron, of Jacksonville. Is among: the guests of the San Carlos, having- arrived on the late tram from the east last bight. HIGHEST IN QUALITY. Blue Ribbon Vanilla and Lemon Ex tracts are fhe standard of excellence, made from the luscious fruits, pure, strong; delicious. "Best and takes less." LOCAL FIRM COIPLIHED THE CRYSTAL RECEIVES FLAT TERING LETTER IN REFERENCE TO SOME OF THEIR ADVERTIS ING IN THE JOURNAL. OUR SPECIALTY We Buy and Sell All Sections. Metzger Brothers, MOBILE. ALA. (r, 8 TERSELY TOLD. $5.00 REWARD. Tne Journal will pay $5.00 reward for evidence sufficient to convict any boy or person found stealing aubeorlbere' papers STier acuwwi j hi Mmi oy crrir. Mark Elsecnan, of Birmingham, is among the number of guests of the San Carlos. Among the visitors from Jackson ville in the city is W. M. Fitch, who Js a guest of thPT Carlos. Among the Montgomery people topping at the San Carlos are: Mrs. S. S. Hlgglns, O. O. Nelson, H. P. Candler and wife. Miss Marks, Miss Hail. A Rt Candler, A. Bolaqjan The Crystal Pharmacy, of this city, which has been the recipient of many very fine compliments from the largest candy house in the world. Stephen F. Whitman & Bona, still continues in the good graces cf the above manufacturer through their very effective sales methods used in selling Whitman's fine chocolates and confection. On several occasions Stephen Y. Whitman ft Sons have complimented the Crystal Pharmacy very highly on their wonderful record of Whitman's sales and have on one or two occa sions spread broadcast over the entire United States literature holding the Crystal Pharmacy up as a fine exam ple of progressive retailing. Amons over 8,009 salts agents the Whitman coruMJiy says th Crystal Pharmacy holds the record for highest percent age of sales in proportion, to popula tion and state that the Crystal Phar macy is the oiggest candy customer in the entire south. A letter from Oie manufacturers has Just been received by the Crystal Pharmacy in which tby are handed a very choice bouquet on one of tiaeir special candy ads. The advertisement referred to is reproduced in today's paper and the letter from Whitman & Sons is as follows: Philadelphia, Pa., June 11, 191J. : Crystal Pharmacy, Pensacola, Fla. Dear Sirs: Just a line to express our admiration for the splendid sam pler advertisement in The Journal of June 9th. We hope to reproduce this as an inspiration and an example for our agents throughout the country. It is the best thing of the kind that we have seen. Tours respectfully, STEPHEN F. WHITMAN. & SON., INC, By L W. WHEELOCH. STRETCHING THE DOLLARS? You will find quality considered, your money will go further at this market than" at any other meat market in the city. Why not give us a trial and be con vinced that it will pay you to buy your meats here ? THE PARLOR MARKET 214 South Piiafox Street Phones 173-174 DEATHS OT STOP THE AM FLIGHTS GEN. WOOD SAYS SCIENCE OF FLYING HAS PASSED EXPERI MENTAL STAGE ACCIDENTS WILL TEND TO MAKE AVIATORS MORE CAREFUL. Money For Your Vacation Can best be carried in our letters of credit, which are recognized and honored by banks all over America. Also use our safety vault for storing your valuables during your absence. . FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Pensacola, Florida. Designated Dapoeitory of the United States. DIRECTOR: r, C. Brent. W. A. Blount. W. H. Knewlea. W. J. Forbes. Thoa. W. Brent. Special to The Journal. Washington, June 15. Gen. Leonard Wood, chief of staff of the army, said today that the science of aviation has now passed the experimental stage, and its progress would not be stayed by the accident Tuesday at College Park. Md.. in which Lieut. Lelghton W. Hazlehurst, Jr, Seventeenth in fantry, TJ. S. A., and Alfred W. Welch. -a professional aviator in ine emp;oy oi the Wright blethers, lost their lives. The occurrence, he considered, would tend to make the army aviators more careful. The accident fcPTed when Welch and Haalehurst were attempting to make the tests required by the gov ernment in a machine contracted for by the war department. Although an army board was Im mediately appointed to determine the cause of the accident, it is probable the cause of the machine's failure never will be known. The crash came 1 ao suddenly and unexpectedly that th two men met their death without being able to make a single move to arrest their falL Seven army flyers were among the score of spectators, (but they cannot explain the acci dent. Lieut. Hazlehurst was In his twenty sixth year and was unmarried. The home of his parents Is at Macon. Ge but he was appointed to Weet Point from Mississippi, being graduated and commissioned a second lieutenant In 1908. Ha had been with the aviation corps stnee last March. Mr. Welch, for several years a resi dent of Washington, had for three years been with the Wright brothers. He was a member of the Wright camp in Chicago for the aviation meet in August, 191L Rub-My-Tism will our you. "Waemt It David who said. 'ATI men are liars? asked the Office Pest. "No; Roosevelt." replied the Office Grouch. Cincinnati Inquirer. Notice to Property Holders. City assessment roll, for year 1912, as compiled by city tax assessor. Is open for inspection by property hold ers. The assessment book will remain open in the assessor's office in city hail during month of June, and any one who thinks his property, or tract in which h has an interest, though it may not be assessed in his name, has been assessed beyond its ' value, may, before the last day of the month, file with the assessor his complaint, specifying the alleged excess, and the complaint shall to presented to the board of equalization, which shall have power to Increase, reduce, change or alter any and all assess ments for the purpose of an equal assessment. THOS. H. JOHNSON-. 6June-2taw-8w Assessor. Milwaukee, which bought Pitcher Harry Mdntyre from the Cubs, la seeking to return the "Ander King" and get its money back. The Mil waukee dub says Mdntyre has a bad arm and Is in no condition to play. The matter has been placed before tba national commission. Three Burglars Operate in the Sum mer Time to One in the Winter - It means that you should take greater precaution at thla season of thr year. You should keep your Jewels, valuables and private papers In a rsfo plaoe. The safe at place la a Safety Deposit Box In this bank. It Is fire and burglar proof. The rent la small $2 a year avd up. The Pensacola State Bank BLOUttT BUILDING. "Established Upon a Foundation of Conservative Buatneas AblHty." T can bring tears to the eyes of the audience." Theatrical Manager "Huh! We want somebody who can bring the audience." Puck. ( or ( doses of 665 w411 break any case of Chills & Fever; it acts on the liver better than Calomel, and does not gripe or sicken, 25c, f I WHERE QUALITY COUNTS We Fill Prescriptions with nothing but -pare, fresh drugs. And our system of checking is such that abso lute accuracy as to quanti ties is assured. When you have a prescription filled here you can feel that you have done the very best you could to provide the medi cine the sick loved one needs so badly. Just Received , Large Shipment Celebrated Chocolates and Bon-Bons. 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