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THE PEN SAC OLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 14, 1912.
APPOINTMENT OF I G. FELL 'AT FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH TODAY if" Rev. Eugene It. Pendleton will preach at both the morning and even ins services at the First Baptist 'church today. The subject for the forenoon sermon will be "Things to live For," and in the evening, "Drift ing." Organ Recital. 1 The selections at the recital after ,the 8 o'clock evening service in Christ church are by the celebrated composer, Chopin. They are transcribed for the organ byMr. 'William Packham.' Polonaise in E flat minor. Nocturne in F sharp, j Mazurka in B flat, i Nocturne in E flat, Military Polonaise. J CATHOLIC. f St. Michael's Church Until further tootice. the following will be the order of services on Sunday. 7 a. m. Low Mass. t a. m. Children's Mass. : T .10:30 a. m. High Mass. 4 p. m. Vespers and Benediction. 8aord Heart Church Cor. Jackson fend Ninth Ave. Rev. Patrick Turner, Pastor. Prof. Henry Seel, Organist. Sunday services: 7:00 a. m. Low Mass. 1 :80 a. m. High Mass folowed by Sunday School. , 9:00 p-. m. Baptisms. 6:00 p. m. Rosary and Benediction ef Blessed Sacrament. Confessions Saturdays and eves of feasts, 4:00 p. m. St. Joseph's Church Order of ser vices at St. Joseph's Church: Sundays, 7 a. m.. Low Mass and In struction; 9 a. m., Sunday School; 10 a. in.. High Mass and Instruction; 4 p. m.. Vesper, Rosary and Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament. JVTcek days, Holy Mass Is offered at 7 o'clock a. m. and 8:15 a. m.; the Holy Hour of Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament, Thursday evenings from 7:30 to 8:30. Confessions, Saturday from 4 to 6 p. m. and from 7 to 9 p. m. Also the evenings before Holy Days of Obli gation and the first Fridays of avery month. Baptisms, by appointment. Priests, Rev. Chas. E. Hartkoff. Rot. Thomas H. Massey. BAPTIST. First Baptist Church Norti Falafox, Just above Y. M. C. A. Sundays. 9:80 a. m., Sunday School, Baraca fctfid Philathea classes. 11:00 a. m.. Preaching and worship. ' 7:00 p. m., B. Y. P. U. devotional meeting. ! 8:00 p. m., Preaching and popular tnusic. Third Sunday In each month at 3 p. m. the B. Y. P. U. holds special service by appointment at county jail, i Week Days. Monday at 4 p. m., basement of the church. Women's Societies. , Wednesdays, 6:30 p. m., teacher training class by pastor in basement room. 8:00 p. m., mid-week meeting con ducted by pastor, Eugene R. Pendleton, pastor, resi dence, 316 N. Barcelona Street. J. F. Davis, Sunday School superintendent, Office, 22 N. Palafox Street. East Hill Baptist Between Gadsden and Jackson Streets, on Thirteenth avenue. Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. every Sun day. B. T. P. U. at 7 a. m. every Sunday. No regular pastor at present. West Hill Baptist 1912 West Jack gon Street. Sunday School at 10 a. m. every Sunday. Goulding Baptist Mission East of railroad on Ferry Pass road. Preaching on first and third Sundays at 3:30 p. m. Sunday School on first and third Sundays at 2:30 p. m. , Other Sundays, Sunday School at 8:30 p. m. Prayer meeting every Thursday evening at 7:30. Brent Baptist Church Preaching very second and fourth Sunday when there is regular pastor, at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m. Other Sundays, Sunday School at 11 a. m. Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening at 7:4 5. EPISCOPAL. Christ Church The Rev. J. H. Brown. D. D., rector. W. K. Hyer, superintendent of the Sunday School. Mr. William Tackham. Mus. Bach., organist and choirmaster. Sixth Sunday after Trinity. 7:30 a. m.. Holy Communion. 11:00 a. m.. Morning Prayer and Ser mon. S:00 p. m.. Evensong and Sermon, followed bv organ recitRl. Litany is said on Wednesday and Friday at 5 p. m. Saint Katharine's Church Corner of Cervantes and Cordova streets Rev. Grant Knauff. rector. Sixth Sunday after Trinity. Holy Communion, 10:30 a. m. Evensong. 4:30 p. m. Sunday School, 9:00 a. m. Holy Communion Monday, Wednes day and Saturday. 8:00 a. m. Holy Communion Tuesday and Thursday. 7:00 a. m. Holy Communion Friday, 9 a. m, ' Evensong daily at 5:30 p. m. except Friday at 7:30 p. m. . St. John's Church, Warrington Bev. Grant Knauff, rector. Holy Communion, 7:45 a. m. Evensong, 7 p. m. '. Tuesday. Holy Communion 7:45 a. St. Mary's Church, Miltonr-Rev. C. E. McDougall, M. D., rector. Rev. H. W. Ticknor, assistant. Services for Sunday. July 7, I Celebration of the Holy Communion and sermon at 11 a. m. . Evening Prayer and address at 7:30 P. m. METHODIST. " First Methodist Church New bund ing on East Wright street. Rev. M. H. .Holt, pastor. Residence. 1006 Baylen. Phone- 1683. - Preaching today by the pastor at II a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday school, 9:30 a. m., J. A. Avant, superintendent. : Epworth League, 7 p. m., L. J. Hen derson, president. .. Prayer meeUn? 8 p. m. Wednesday. -Baraca and Philathea classes every Sunday morning at 9:30. AIV are cordially invited to attend these services. Gadsden Street Methodist Church Southeast corner Ninth avenue and Gadsden street. Rev. J. A. Peterson, Pastor. 9:30 a. m. Sunday School, "W. R. Bennett, Supt. Philathea, Barracca ' and Busy People s Classes meet at the same hour. 11 a. m.. Regular service by pastor, subject of sermon, "God's House and Our Duty." All specially urged to at tend. 8 p. m., Regular services by pastor. Subject,, "Blessed Are the Pure in Heart." M. E. Church, corner of Navy Yard 1 Wall Sunday School opens at 3 p. m. Services at 7:45 p. m. by Mr. E. B. Calhoun. CHRI8TIAN. . First Christian Church Corner Sev enth avenue and Gadsden street. Services today at 11 o'clock and 8 o'clock. Mr. Lennox will preach at the morning service, his them being "Paul's Ideal Man." The Men's Social League will have charge of the even ing service. Programme of the morning service: Song, "Rise Glorious Leader." Invocation. Song "Scattering Seeds of Loving Deeds. Scripture lesson. Prayer. Song, "He is Risen." Sermon, "Paul's Ideal Man." Song, "Hark Ten Thousand Voices." Communion. LUTHERAN. German Lutheran Church Rev. J. W. Reinhardt, pastor. Sunday school review, 9 a. m. German service with holy com munion, 10:30 a. m. Preparatory ser. vice, 10 a. m. English service, 7:30 p. m. Vestry meeting In the morning and church meeting at night. ORTHODOX. Greek Orthodox Church, comer ef Wright and Reus Streets ' Open oer Ylces every Sunday at 8 a. m. The High Mass services start at 11:30 o'clock Saturday night. Sunday at 2 o'clock doxology, or religious and national celebration. UNIVER8ALIST. First Universalis! Church Sunday School at 10 a. m. every Sunday. CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST. First Church of Christ, Scientist Masonic Temple. Services Sunday at 11 a. m. and Wednesday at 8 p. m. Subject for Sunday, "Sacrament." Reading room open from 4 to 6 p. m. daily except Sunday and Wednes day. All are welcome. Norwegian Seamen's Mission Church South Palafox street. Sunday service 10:30 a. m. by Pas tor Kielkind. Holy Communion. 7 p. m., Amundsen feast. Tuesday meeting. Thursday,- stereoptlcon vlem THE MISSION. , The Bible Reading School this af ternoon at the Mission at 3:30. Song and praise service in the evening at 7 o'clock. All are cordially invited to come. Apostolic Holiness Church, Goulding J. E. Matthews, Fort Barrancaa, Fla., pastor and superintendent. Services every Sunday evening at 3 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Eugenia Kendricks. Follow North Hill hard road. Also Sunday School Sunday morning at 10 o'clock at the home of Mr. Will Skinner, in vicinity of Goulding. Our motto. "Back to the Bible." BARACA UNION. The following churches are repre sented in the Baraca Union, and have class session every Sunday morning at 9:30 a. m.: First Presbyterian, East Chase Street. J. H. Sherrill. teacher. First Methodist. East Wright Street, J. A. Klrkpatrick, teacher. First Baptist Church, North Palafox street, Cecil Wolfe, teacher. Gadsden Street Methodist Church, W. P. Cunningham, teacher. All young men are cordially Invited to attend one of these services. CHURCH OF CHRIST SERVICE. Church of Christ, Corner Jackson and Alcaniz W. Hume McHenry, minister. You are cordially Invited to attend the services of above Church of Christ, held each Lord's Day as fol lows: Preaching, 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday, 8 p. m. If you are interested In the upbuild ing of the Church of Christ come and hear the morning discourse, the sub ject of which will be "A Model Church." The Church of Christ Mission West Jackson street, near DeVilllers street (the old stand of West End Drug store). 9:45 a. m.. Bible school. 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m., preaching, by W. T. Tracy. 7:30 p. m. Thursday, prayer meeting. All are cordially invited to attend these services. THE SALVATION ARMY. Capt. and Mrs. M. J. Bouterse, of ficers in charge. Meeting every night, hall 23 1-2 West Government. Relief station and officers' quarters, 239 and 241 West Government street. PENSACOLA CITY MISSION. Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. ""his place of worship is located in the western part of the city on the corner of LaRua and F streets. Muscogee Mission Church on the corner of Eleventh avenue and DeLeon street: Sunday School at 3 p. m. Preaching at 7:30 p. m. You are urged to attend these ser vices. PRESBYTERIAN. Chase Street Rev. A. S. Moffat, pastor. Sabbath School, 9:43 a. m. Bible Classes, 10 a. m. Divine services 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Knox Church, Corner Blount Street and 13th Ave. K. L. Mclver, pastor. Sunday School 9:30 a. m. Preaching 11 a. m.. and 8 p. m. Christain En deavor Society 7:15 Sunday. Prayer meeting Wednesday 8 p. m. You are cordially invited to worsnip with us. Y. M. C. A. Palafox and Belmont streets. Strangers welcome at all times. Open week days. 9 a. m. to 10 p. m. "Open Sundays. 3 to 6 p. m. COLORED BETHEL. Bethel Baptist Church Services to day as follows: Preaching, 11:30 a. m.. 3 p. m., 7:30 p.m. By the "Blind Preacher" at 3 p. m. and 7:30 p. m. Pastor. Rev. Times. Mt. Moriah A. M. E. Zicn Church Corner Gregory and B streets. Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. Every Outing Keep a picture story of your summer pleas ure. We have the East man line which insures good results. Kodaks, $5 to $65.00 - Cameras, $1 to $12.00. "The Kodak Shop." Christian Endeavor meeting at 6:30 p. m. Preaching at 11 a, in. and 8 p. m. every Sunday. Rev. G. W. Sewell,. pastor; Aaron Brown, superintendent. St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church, West Wright and L Streets Rev. J. C. Ducke, pastor. Services Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Wednesday night prayer service. Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. B. Y. P. U. every Sunday at 6 p. m. Woman's Home and Foreign Mis cion Societies meet on the second and tourth Sundays at 6 p. m. WHILE THEY LAST. Colored Flaxons, Monday, 18c yard. BrawnerrRiera Co. VITAL STATISTICS. J The following marriage licenses were issued during the past week from the office of the county Judge: White. James L. Jones and Bertie Lee Jones. Conrad Walker and Phrazia Frantz. John Bialish and Nannie Hays. John Holllfield and Susie Lee. Colored. George Moore and Pearllne Smith. William H. Washington and Stella Heath. Robert Mitchell and Lula Smith. Frank Henderson and Emily Wil liams. Green Baker and Frances Gillmore. The following births and deaths were reported to the office of the city clerk during the past week: White Births. To Herman O'Tuller and wife, a boy. To George Donoley and wife, a girl. To E. E. Gordon and wife, a boy. To William A. Smith and wife, a boy. To V. S. Noah and wife, a girl. Colored Births. To George Williams and wife, a boy. To Pete Bower and wife, a girl. White Deaths. Infant of Mr. and Mrs. E. McClos key, male. Mrs. Jane A. Duval, 70 years. Infant of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bul lock. Colored Deaths. M. II. Johnson, 40 years. Infant of Joseph Hughes and wife, female. Infant of Rosa Brown, female, age 1 month and 5 days. Susi Hudson, 50 years. $1.50 and $2.00 Men's Shirts for $1.15, at the Great Bankrupt Sale of the D. Schloss and Company stock now in progress at The Hub, corner Palafox and Govern ment Streets. "What did your wife say when she saw you dance three times with that rjrettvvoune woman?" "Nothine. Sha Just bolted the party." Detroit Free Press. les Delivery Wagons and Farm Wagons With Harness for all of them at H.W.Gibbs Hdw. Co. 44 SOUTH PALAFOX ST. Bugg IS CORID TELEGRAM IS RECEIVED FROM SENATOR BRYAN SAYING THE SENATE ACTED UPON THE AP POINTMENT AFTER THE LORI MER CASE HAD BEEN DISPOSED OF. The nomination of A n vn v. postmaster at Pensacola was confirmed ' uy me senate 01 ine United States yesterday afternoon immediately after the Lorimer case had been disposed of. The aDDOlntment wnnin ,,... v, acted upon at an earlier date, but for ! the fact that the Lorimer hearing con -1 sumed all of the time and the senate ! neia no executive session until yes terday afternoon. Mr. Fell was notified by Senator N. P. Bryan yesterday afternoon as soon as the senate d acted, the senator sending him the following wire: "Sen ate, has Just confirmed your nomina tion as postmaster at Pensacola." Mr. Fell expects to assume charge of his duties within ten days, succeed ing Rix M- Robinson, whose term ex pired in February. Mr. Fell will for ward his bond to Washington for ap proval and when this is done his com mission will be issued. PENSACOLA AND PENSACOLIANS Got What They Wanted. And Frank Mayes of Pensacola, will bring the mourners home to a very Joyful state. The real Democrats of llorida wanted Woodrow Wilson from the start. Miami Metropolis. Starke Liked Edition. The two booster sections of Jackson county in Sunday's Pensacola Journal were certainly hummers and the en tire citizenship are under many obli gations to Editor Mayes for the special efforts he put forth in the matter. Graceville Advertiser. An Excellent Special Edition. The Florida Sentinel, (a negro newspaper) printed at Pensacola, Fla.., has Just published Its annual special edition, and it is certainly a very fine effort. The edition contains, among other things, as its most important feature, a graphic account of the recent tour of Dr. Booker T. Washington through Florida. It is splendidly written and is profusely illustrated. There are three pictures of the distinguished ne gro educator in Ocala, one of the pa rade en route to the fair grounds, one of Washington addressing a big crowd from the grand stand at the fair grounds and one of him and his party starting for a visit to Fessenden Acad emy, Marlon county's splendid negro industrial school. Then there are a number of cuts showing Tuskegee and the work going on there, and also a number of pictures of Fessenden Acad emy, its teachers, Industrial work, buildings, etc. The Sentinel contains much other valuable information, and the paper is one that reflects much credit on its editor, M. M. Lewey, and his able as sistants. The Ocala Bazaar Store, George Giles & Co., Metropolitan Realty Co., and Fred K. Powers are among the Ocala negro firms that are advertised in this edition of the Sentinel. Ocala Banner. Against Wall Street. Mayes is the biggest man on the Florida delegation. He alone had the manhood to stand up and be counted against Wall street. Bronson Demo crat. Send For Premium List. The editor has received from Gen eral Manager N. J. Lillard, a copy of the premium list of this year's Inter state Fair at Pensacola. The fair this year is to be on a much larger scale than last year; for example, there were only 65 premiums offered in the agricultural department last year while this year there Is about 140 premiums offered in this department; and there is a corresponding increase in prizes in all other departments. If you are interested, a postal to My. Lillard will get you a copy of the premium list. Lynn Haven Tribune. Knew Who It Was. When the vote came between Wm. J. Bryan and Alton B. Parker for the temporary chairmanship of the Balti more convention one of Florida's dele gates voted for Bryan. The others voted for Parker. It wouldn't take much of a guesser to land on that lone Bryan vote. Ole Frank Mayes of The Pensacola Journal sneezes good and hard every time the peerless one takes snuff. He done it. Of course it was a flagrant misrepresentation of the dominant Democratic sentiment in Florida, but Ole Frank cares nothing about that so long as he gets his sneeze. Kerchew! Starke Telegraph. Results Already. , The Jackson county ediron of The Pensacola Journal, published last Sun day, was strictly alright and will re sult In untold good for our county. Already letters of inquiry are coming in, one of which we expected to pub lish this week but find our limited space will not permit. Marianna Times -Courier. Everybody Happy. The Pensacola Journal man needn't have any uneasiness about Hays Lewis. He is supremely happy in fact, it is hard to tell who wears the broadest smile, Hays or Judge Williams. Mari anna Times-Courier. Still "A-LaffinV Alter all you must take your hat off to Fr-.nk Mayes of The Pensacola Journal. He was the only real Wilson advocate in the Florida delegation and was elected a Wilson delegate, but un der the unit rule he cast his vote for Underwood. He who laughs last laughs best and it is now time for Frank to snicker. Tampa Tribune. Advertising Counties. The Sunday Pensacola Journal was a great newspaper. Besides its regu lar features it devoted two sections to an exhaustive write-up of Jackson county which made mighty interesting reading for those looking for homes and profitable investment. Thousands . f ilSW CHO'CATEStCoHFECTIOMSv; N itM-to r.-.-'rz zz'zrzrzzir' " i'- """""'" """ I I "S'NrMksHiMMNMW, h-M t " ttsesj tsa F ' If Mmmi' m r- wmisi , wmmm' mmm tat mm . E V 'i " " I " ' " " r TIT - i ' "T - liT ' ii 1 H1F I I tl I tt.f-'' V '"7 I! "'t"i '.i.,'..,.i.,v.'A'i -. .fc.......i........i,i,.iivv.vr. - .:.. - cqoooxx c!f.fXXXc It is in Summer That and Our Service Show Their Absolute Superiority. At any season of the year Vffik is the choice of the vast majority of lovers of fine candies, but it is in sum mer that the superiority of service and our un rivalled facilities is most noticeable. Take a Fresh from our 0 CJi J compare it, or ask "her" to compare J ' .1 We'll leave the verdict to you. We're absolutely sure that our regular weekly shipments, and the perfect re frigeration given all candies in this store mean that Whitman's is unequalled, and that to "Say candy in Pensacola means " The PHONE 921-922 5 3S cf extra copies were printed and dis tributed among people who are con templating making their homes in this state. The enterprise of The Journal is commendable. Tampa Tribune. A Presidential Primary. F. L. Mayes, of The Pensacola Jour nal, who is one of the "howling mob" that under the name of a convention is trying to name a candidate for the presidency at Baltimore, writes his paper that probably this will be the last national convention held for that purpose. It is to be hoped that this prediction proves true, as the Chicago and Baltimore conventions have been anything but edifying, or representa tive as a body, of the people at large. Let this be an end of nominations by the politicians, machines, and special interests. These howling mobs have furnished sufficient cause for presi dential primaries, where the voice of the electorate may govern. Panama City Pilot. Where Credit Is Due. The Pensacola Journal reminds everybody that Governor Wilson owes his nomir-ation in part to the Cone Johnson South Atlantic League. That sapient paper is. as usual, correct. The League helped powerfully. Co lumbia State. Fair Premiums. We have received a copy of the pre mium list of the Interstate Fair to be held at Pensacoia this falL Prepara tions are being made to make it the best ever held in West Florida, and it has been preceded by some good ones. Several thousand dollars will be dis Box of bi special refrigerator candv case and canaies you may nave cnea recently and note the marked difference in the condition of the delicious Whnx confections and the others. Central Pharmacy THE STORE tributed as prizes among the exhibit ors which guarantees that there will be a magnificent display of live stock, poultry and farm products. Write X. J. Lillard. manager. Pensacola. for a copy of the list. Chipley Verdict. Gentle Call-Down. The Pensacola Journal gave "Flor ida's big daily" a genteel see-yourself-as-others-see-you in one of its issues last week. This is unlike The Journal, for it is usually right up to date both from a news point and editorially, but in this instance it is woefully behind, for it has been a well-known fact for years that "Florida's Big Booster" is all that The Journal said It was and then some. uincy Times. NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS. . The Board of Equalization will meet daily at 10 a. m., Sunday excepted, in the of fice of City Tax Assessor, be ginning on the first of July and continuing until the thirty-first day of July, and for such further time as may be necessary to complete its work. J. 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And hurry up with that brandy! Faint Voice from Patient Never mind 'bout the air. Stray Stories. Trouble in Billvllle: "The moon shine distillery has moved ten miles further.' "Land sakes!" exclaimed the Colonel, "have we got to change the. town site again V Atlanta, Con stitution. Clasher Been In a fight? Masher No; I tried to flirt with a pretty suf fragette. Judge. 19 M 1