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THE PENS ACOLrA JOURNAL, FRIDAY MOKNINU. MAKtJrt ,
1
s
Jbirirthe
Pocket Savings
1 hrong
No admission fee.
No dues to pay.
No rules to observe.
Simply call at the bank and
receive free a pocket coin con
tainer. Slip it into your pocket and
drop a coin Into It every now
and thenevery day if you can.
If yort register the amount as
you ro along you will be sur
prised to find how quickly email
coin multiply.
The containers are ' free you
don't have to open an account to
receive one. Just say you aaw
this advertisement in The Jour
nai.
ymerican
ayHational Bank
ef Pensaeela.
. Government Depository.
BIBLESTUDENTS
ARE IN SESSIOI
PENSACOLA
FIRST MEETING HELD YESTER
DAY MORNING IN SAN CARLOS
AUDITORIUM PASTOR RUSSELL
WILL SPEAK AT OPERA HOUSE
TONIGHT.
OUR SPECIALTY
We Buy and Sell All Section.
Metzer Brothers, ,
. " MOBILE. ALA.
Yes, we still have a few of
those $X 5 Men's Suits left to
sell on easy terms $5 cash
and $1 a week. GALIN'S,
26 South Palafox.
J -
JTERSELY TOLD.
The first session of the four-day
convention of Bible students . from the
states of Florida, Alabama, Georgia,
Mississippi, Louisiana and Tennessee
was held yesterday morning- in the San
Carlos auditorium, when speakers of
ability on Bible subjects delivered ad
dresses.
Following- was. the program:
10:00 a. m. Praise service.
10:80 a. m. Welcome address by the
chairman and response by Bra. W. S
Stevens.
11:30 a. m. Praise, prayer and testimony.
' The following: program wa observed
at the afternoon session:
2 : 30 p. m. Praise service.
8:00 p. m. Discourse by Bro. W. S,
Stevena.
4:00 p. m. Discourse by Bro. R, M.
Irwin. '
The. special feature on the program
for today will be a discourse by Pas
tor Russell at the Pensaeola opera
house. Following is the- program for
today:
Friday, March 7, Brotherly Love Day.
9:30 a. m. Praise, prayer and testi
mony.
10:80 a. m. Discourse by Bro. C. K.
Stambaugh.
11:80 a m. Discourse by Bro. W. a.
Stevens. - -
2:80 p. m. Praise Service. - y
3 : 00 p. m. Discourse for interested
by Bro. C T. RusselL
8:00 n. m. Special Discourse to tho
public1 by Pastor Russell at Pensaeola
opera house. -
SAYS GENERAL
FELIX DIAZ IS
POLISHED IAN
VISITOR TO PENSACOLA KNOWS
HIM WELL AND DOES NOT
THINK HE WAS AWARE OF THE
PLOT TO MURDER MADERO.
STOMACH MISERY
JUST VANISHES
-
TIME IT! NO INDIGESTION, GAS
OR SOURNESS FIVE MINUTES
VAFTER TAKING "PAPE'S DIA
PEPSIN." (
RIGID CENSORSHIP IS
INSTALLED AT HERMOSILLA
$5.00 REWARD.
The Journal will pay $5.00 reward for
evidence sufficient to convict any boy or
person found stealing subscribers' papers
cfter delivery ef same by carrier.
H. W. Thompson, of Milton, was in
the city yesterday.
i
Mrs.-H. Miller. , of Bbnifay,-arrived
in the clti; yesterday and b among the
1 guests;ar tne San Carlos. . . , ' i
W. H. Love and B. Qulmby, of Local,
- Ala., were among the arrivals in' the
city yesterday. They are registered
at the San Carlos.
Joseph Isel. who lives at the home
of C. G. van Meter on the bay shore
line, left here for, Philadelphia yester
day at 11 o'clock. He received word
that his' mother is critically ill and is
" hastening "to her bedside. - :
A regular meeting; of the water and
gas committee of the city council will
be held at 4:30 o'clock this afternoon
in the city hall. ,
; N. We Hand has been, in Washington
attending the Inauguration. Before
returning he will go to Baltimore and
New York on business for a week or
ten days.
B. H. Drew, of Jacksonville, arrlv-
. - ed In the city yesterday and is a guest
. at the San Carlos. .
i K. R. Padenck, of - DeFuniak, ' wa
among the arrivals in the city yes
terday. He is among the guests reg
istered at the San Carlos. i
; J. J. Fray, of Tampa, is In the. city
? today. He' arrived yesterday and dur-
. ing his stay he is making: his head-
f quarters' at the San Carlos.
'
1 B. M. French, of Gainesville, is in
the city today, stopping at the San
Carlos.
M. G. Pendota, of Mobile, arrived in
.the. city yesterday. Mr, Pendola was
formerly a resident of Pensaeola and
has a large number of friends here
who will be glad to meet him. He is
a guest at the San Carlos.
W. J. Hughes and wife, of Florala,
are in the city today. They arrived
v yesterday and are among' the guests
at the San Carlos.
Hermosilla, Mex, March 6. Avrlgid
censorship was installed here today by
the Sonora state government which
yesterday waved the banner of state
rights in the face of the Huerta gov
ernment Officials of the new regime
today ' seized the railway station and
telegraph offices of the Southern. Pa
cific of Mexico and placed all out
going: news under . the ban. The cen
sorshop also ( applies to the commer
cial wires.
The railroad operator at Carbo, a
nearby station, was told, that if he al
lowed any more news-to-be transmit-
"While I would not care to discuss
or comment on the political situation
in Mexico Just at this time," Bald John
J. Eisert, commissioner in charge of
the Mexico exhibit car, which will be
ii the city for several days, "I have no
( objection to paying something about
tne personal side or lien. eilx Diaz.
"I have followed the Mexican war
news especially close as I only recently
left the City of Mexico, where I was
a guest of the American club, wrecked
during the terrible ten-day bombard
ment in the capital, but I have never
yet seen anything regarding the per
sonality of Gen. Diaz, the man, who
overthrew the Madero administration.
"I will tell you ail I know about Gen.
Diaz," said Mr. Eisert to a representa
tive of The Journal at the San Carlos-
"Gen. Diaz would never be taken for
a Mexican. He looks more like an
American athlete. He is a mite over
six feet in height and there is nothing
about him that would indicate that he
was of Aztec origin.
. "Gen. Diaz is a polished, educated,
cultured gentleman and a man whom
no one knowlne him would for a min
ute suspect of having had anything to
do with the conspiracy, if it was a con
spiracy, to kill Madero and Suarez.
"Felix Diaz obtained his education
in the military college of Mexico and
abroad. He speaks English, French
and Spanish fluently and German fair
ly well.
"He served in the federal army of
Mexico under his uncle, former Presi
dent Porflrio Diaz, and at the time
President Diaz wa3 forced to leave the
country, held the title of brigadier
general. At that time he had personal
charge of the secret service depart
ment of the government. He was serv
ing In this capacity when the peniten
tlary in Mexico City was built and
had much to do in suggestions about
the construction of the prison.'
"After Madero came into power Gen.
Diaz resigned from the government
service " and went to Spain, where he
remained until a short time before he
started his ill-fated revolution at Vera
Cruz.
SUES FOR $28,025,000,
Greenville, Tex.. March 8. Total
penalties of 328,025,000 for alleged
state trust law violations were asked
in the ouster suits filed here yester
day by the state of Texas against the
Standard Oil companies of New Tork
and New Jersey arid the Corsicana
ted he would be shot and that if he! Petroleum Company and the'MagnoHa
told of the threat to shoot him, he
would be shot. . :
All train service except that eon
ducted by the state authorities is an
nulled. "
During the night volunteers arriv
ed in great numbers in answer to the
appeal of the state congress for men
to combat any intrusion of Huerta
troops.
Subscribe for The Journal.
CONGRESSMEN AND PARTY
, , GO TO GUANTANAMO
Washington. March 6. Chairman
Padgett, of the house naval affairs
committee, headed a party of members
. of that committee and their wives
and daughters,-, left here today for
Panama on the yachts Mayflower and
Dolphin. The party will stop at
Guantanamo. Cuba, wl'j spend a week
at Panama and on the return trip
make stops at Key West and Charleston.
CO A'.L
"Cs.ry's Cahaba," per tan.
The Acme of Coal Value
.-. . . .
Coal Merchants and Dealers in Wood.
Lima, Brick, Csment. Piaster,
. Flue Lining. E,a.
PRACTICE
LIMITED
Curing the Sufferer From
Chronic Diseases a
Specialty.
The German-American Doctor, in
the Thiesen Building, Pensaeola, makes
no misleading or deceptive proposi
tions to the afflicted, neither does he
promise to cure in a few days in, order
to get you to treat with him. He tells
you just what to expect from each
treatment; tells you how each treat
ment acts, and you judge for your
self. The German-American Doctor will
effect a complete, lasting, safe and
permanent cure, guaranteed to stay
cured, in the quickest - possible time
without leaving any injurious after
effects In the system. And, too, at the
lowest possible cost consistent with
honest, skillful and successful service.
The ' German-American Doctor's
methods cure diseases of the Nerves,
Blood, Skin, Heart, Stomach, Kidneys
and Liver, Including Rheumatism,
Asthma, Paralysis, Neuralgia, Lots of
Nerve Force, Goitre. Piles. Rupture
and Diseases of Women and Diseases
of Men. Also Deafness and Cancer.
Nervous Debility of Men.
With all Its symptoms of Weak
Nerves. Brain Exhaustion, Palpita
tion of the Heart, Tired, Worn Out.
Broken Down and Discouraged, All
feebleness cured quick.
Ladles.
Ladies, consult the Doctor before
you submit to operation. Tou can be
cured by his methods without the use
of a knife of Constipation, Displace
ment. Inflammation of the Uterus or
Ovaries, Irregular or Painful Men
struation, which causes Nervousness
and often Insanity.
His new system of treatment cures
by removing the cause thus ensuring
a permanent cure instead of seeking
temporary relief by treating symptoms.
Office hours begin at 9 o'clock in the
morning and run continuously till 8
o'clock at night; Sundays, from 9 until
noon only.
GERMAN - AMERICAN DOCTOR
Thieeen Building, Pensaeola.
(Adv.)
Petroleum Company, both of Texas.
If you miss your paper,
phone (1500) before ten
o'clock, and one will be de
livered you by special carrier.
A TRIPLE ALLIANCE -
IS INFORMALLY FORMED
New Tork, March . A triple al
liance of Venezuela, Colombia and Nic
aragua is said by South American con
sular agents here to hav been formed
Informally by these government to
prevent any return of the deposed
President Castro to Venezuela. Fran
Cisco Escobar, consul general of Co
Icmbla, said today that his government
had three naval vessels patrollng the
Colombian coast, which had. been In
structed 10 tnwart any laniing of a
Castro force.
General Castro, who arrived In New
York last night from Washington,
where he witnessed the inauguration
ceremonies, laughed at these reports.
reiterating- his denial of any intention
to engage-in fomenting revolutions in
Venezuela or Nicaragua. He said he
would depart shortly to rejoin hia
family in Europe. He contracted a
severe cold upon returning: from his
recent trip to , Cuba and expects to
remain quietly at his hotel here for
several days.
TERCENTENARY OF EMPEROR
OF RUSSIA CELEBRATED
St. Petersburg, March 6. The ter
centenary of the election as emperor
of Russia of Michael Feodorovich, the
first of the Romanoffs, was celebrated
tcday with much pomp throughout the
empire.
A salute of 21 guns fired from the
ramparts of the fortress of St. Peter
and St. Paul at S o'clock this morning
ushered in the ceremonies In the cap
ital and from that time on constantly
growing crow is thronged the gaily
decorated streets.
The feature of the day was the im
perial procession to the Kazan cathe
dral, where the emperor and empress
were greeted by the metropolitan.
bearing the cross and a vessel of holy
water. Peals rang out from all the
church bells in the city as the imperial
party entered.
POSTOFF1CE DEPARTMENT'S
CHIEF CLERK RESIGNS
Washington, March 6. Charles G.
Thompson, chief clerk f the postoAce
department, who did much of the exec
utive work of organizing the parcel
poet, resigned today to become gen
eral purchasing agent of the United
State Express Company.
Charles. A. Latz, chief examiner of
carriers' accounts for the Interstate
Commerce Commission, resigned to be
come comptroller of the same com
pany. Their employment is Hfirt of a
plan, it wa said, for a general reor
ganization of the executive staff of the
express company- Other companies
are said to be planning similar changes
to meet the new requirements which
will be imposed as a result of the In
terstate Commerce Commission's re
cent Investigation of their rates and
practices.
If what you just ate is souring on
your stomach or lies like a lump of
lead, refusing to digest, or you belch
gas and eructate sour, undigested food,
or have a feeling of dizziness, heart
burn., fullness, nausea., had taste in
mouth and stomach headache this is
indigestion.
A full case of Pape's Diapepsin costs
only fifty cents and will thoroughly
cure your out-of-order stomach, and
leave sufficient about the house in case
some one else in the family may suffer
from stomach trouble or indigestion.
Ask your pharmacist' to show you
the formula plainly printed on these
fifty-cent cases, then you will under
stand why dyspeptic troubles of all
kinds must go, and why they usually
relieve sour, out-of-order stomachs or
indigestion in five minutes. Diapepsin
is harmless and tastes like candy,
though each dose contains power suffi
cient to digest fend prepare for assimi
lation into the blood all the food you
eat; besides, it makes you go to the
table with a healthy appetite; but,
what will please you most, is that you
will feel that your stomach ani intes-js
tines are clean ana iresn, ana you v. in
inot need to resort to laxatives or liver
pills for biliousness or constipation.
This city will have many Diapepsin
cranks, as some people will call them,
but you will be cranky about this
splendid stomach preparation, too, if
you ever try a little for indigestion or
gastritis or any other stomach misery.
Get some now, this minute, and for
ever rid yourself of stomach trouble
and Indigestion. (Adv.)
WASBUHEDTO
DEATH WHILE
ON WAY TO WA!
GEORGE CAPAIS, A PENSACOLA
GREEK, DIED FROM EFFECTS OF
INJURIES
STEAMER
RAUS TO
ARMY.
RECEIVED ABOARD
ENROUTE FROM PE-
SALONICA TO JOIN
Will Develop
Resources of
Southern States
BT ASSOCIATKD PRESS.
Baltimore, March 6. Resolutions
authorizing the appointment of a
finance committee and committee on
by-laws, to assist in developing the
agricultural, commercial and industrial
resources of the southern states, were
adopted at a meeting of the executive
committee of the southern settlement
and development organization here to
day. Both committees will be ap
pointed by Chiarman S. Da vies War -field,
of Baltimore.
The organization was founded, in
Baltimore a year ago and has made
rapid strides in the work of studying
the resources and possibilities of, the
southern states. It has directed public
attention In this country and abroad
to the . opportunities in the; South and
in making an endeavor to attract cap
italists, investors, desirable immigrants,
experienced farmers, and agricultural
laborers.
Mr. Warfield reviewed the history of
the organization and explained Its ob
jects, the principal one of which, he
said, was to secure desirable immi
gration for colonization of vast areas
of unoccupied lands in the South. He
said It was hoped to get co-operation
of the state government, the railroads
serving the territory and commercial
organizations.
To make the organization a success.
Mr. Warfield continued, not only a
great deal of money was required, but
men who have constructive genius. He
estimated that $100,000 a year would be
necessary to carry on the work planned.
A general discussion showed that
the keenest interest in the movement
had been aroused all over the South.
It was agTeed that a strong central
organization to guide and control the
work was required and ample assur
ances were made that the necessary
funds would be forthcoming.
A committee was appointed to select
a vice-president and general manager
of the organization.'
Of the one hundred or more Greeks
who left Pensaeola to light in the
war with the Turks none of them
have been killed in battle, but one of
them died -from the effects of burns
received aboard a passenger steamer
while enroute from a small city near
Athens to .-aio2iica. He was George
Capais, who conducted a store at the
corner of Ccyle and Jackson streets.
Capais was about twenty-two years
old and was well-known in this city.
Capais, with a number of other
Greeks, boarded the steamer at Peraus
a short distance from Athens, all of
them traveling1 as second-class pas
sengers. The steamer had about 100
demijohns of alcohol on deck and
shortly after entering the Guif of -La-vris
the rolling of the vessel caused
a number of the demijohns to breati
and shortly afterwards the alcohol ig
nited in an unknown manner, the
flames causing1 a panic among the
second-class (passengers.
capais ana live other Greeks left
their room and attempted to pass
through the blaze, but in doing so their
clothing caught fire and they were so
badly burned that all six of them died
shortly afterwards.
The alcohol ignited about 4 o'clock
in the morning, but was extinguished
without doing much damage to the
ship.
Capais died about January 25 and
hewa of the accident on the vessel and
his death was received in Pensaeola
in letters from a relative and friends
of the deceased.
Greeks Take a Fortress
and 32,000 Troops
(Continued From Pace One)
fore the Greek assaults and the attack
on the principal fortifications was
gradually pressed home.
It was not known until this morning
how many Turkish troops were in the
city, estimates heretofore varying
from 18.000 to 30,000 "men. The popu
lation numbered 22,000, mostly Greeks.
The fortifications, which had alone
been considered strong, were anti
quated and could not resist modern
cannon.
Provisions, throughout the siege had
been" plentiful, as Janina is .a center
of the grain trade.
THE STUPENDOUS
REMODELING SALE
of Brawn er-Riera Co. will continue until the 13 days
are exhausted. Bargains every day in every depart
ment. FREE Big Jar Money given away FREE !
Everyone invited. Be on hand.
SPECIAL Saturday and Monday. 10 yards Cal
ico, 25c. lO to 10:30.
SPECIAL Saturday and Monday. lO yards
Gingham. 25c. 1 1 to 11:30.
Men's 15c Socks, (not over o pairs to a customer)
per pair 3C
The Bernalda Ladies' Shoes, in button and
lace, go at . . ,
The Dorris Ladies' Shoes,
all styles
Boys' $1.50 Shoes,
at per pair
Men's Shoes Almost Given Away. On Tables.
Make Your Selection.
Men's 75c Shirts,
each
Men's 50c Underwear,
at ,
Ladies' Skirts, worth $5.00,
at
One Lot Plush Caps, handsome,
at
Pearl Buttons, worth 10c,
at
35c Corset Covers,
at ... : r.
Ladies' Tailored Jackets,
at
Unheard of in Historv Come and Examine Them !
l00 pair Men's Pants, S2.00
values
Sachs' $2.50 Shoes
cro at ,
$1.59
$1.99
95c
Come
55c
33c
$1.50
..50c
4c
21c
75c
15c Huck Towels,
at
10c Gingham,
per yard
12c Gingham,
at per vard . . ,
7c
6c
9c
10c Outing,
per vard .
20c Towels,
at each . .
Ladies' Hose,
per pair .
$1.14
$1.99
....7c
12c
6c
1000 Bargains in Every Department. Come and See !
BRA WNER-RIERA CO.
Cor. Palafox and Romana.
LYNN HAVEN IS
TO INCORPORATE
SPECIAL TO THE JOURNAL,
Lynn Haven, March 6. At the meet
ing of the board of trade on Tuesday
evening the committee appointed some
time since to draft a charter for the
incorporation of this town as a city
made its report with a charter drawn
for presentation to the legislature at
Its session in April. The charter will
be published In the Lynn Haven Tri
bune and comes up for discussion and
amendment at the next meeting of the
board of trade-
Several fine residences are now being
erected in the town, business is boom
ing and the town bids fair to make
a good and decided improvement in
the coming summer. All winter tour
ists and visitors have been arriving on
every boat and many of them an
nounce their intention to make their
future homes here.
It Is expected that Senator W. H.
Lynn, the president of the St. Andrews
Bay Development Company, will arrive
in town this week for a short stay, in
the Interests of the company.
The Bpworth League of the Metho
dist church held a box social at the
church parlors Wednesday evening.
The Ladles' Aw Society of the
Methodist church wfll hold a bazaar
on March 18th and 18th.
Mr. David Patoa has been confined
to the house for several days past, but
is recovering.
Check is Found
for $41,000 on
an Elkhart Bank
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Chicago, March 6. A small black
purse containing a check for $41,000
on the State Bank of Elkhart, Ind.,
made payable to "H. L. Stevens" and
signed Mrs. Mabel Mills," was found
on the sidewalk at North Clark street
and Center avenue last night by Wm.
J. Dibos, a saloonkeeper at 2100 North
Halsted street.
TVhlle the find appeared on the sur
face to be genuine the police could not
disregard the theory of a hoax. This
theory was strengthened by the fact
that Mrs. Mills had no account at the
Elkhart bank; that she and Stevens
apparently have had no business re
lations, and by the statement of E. W.
Mills, Mrs. Mills's husband, at Kan
sas City, that it is "absolute nonsense."
The signature on the check was prj
ncunced spurious at the Union Trust
Company bank where Mrs. Mills's sig
nature is on file.
Dibos turned the check over to the
police. It Is dated March 1, 1913, the
date on which Mrs. Mills, now at Kan
sas City, claims to have lost or been
in some manner deprived of $41,000 In
thousand dollar bills.
Mrs. Mills had taken dinner with
Mrs. H. L. Stevens, wife of the man
whose name is the same as that ap
pearing on the check found by the
saloon man. She is supposed to have
lost the money that evening after leav
ing the Stevens home, which is in the
suburbs of Evanston, several miles
north of the spot where the check
was found.
In the purse also were a number of
newspaper clippings recounting real
estate offers, some of which had been
checked off. Mrs. Mills is in the real
estate business at San Antonio, Texas,
her home.
Over the telephone Frank A. Sage,
assistant cashier of the First State
Bank of Elkhart, Ind-, stated that Mrs.
Mills has no account there.
Wilson Receives
Congratulations of Kings
(Continued Prom Page One.)
to Secretary - Bryan by Ambassador
Jusserand, the dean of the corps.
CABINET ENTHUSIASTIC.
When the cabinet meeting broke up
the members talked enthusiastically of
their first official experience around
the cabinet tables.
"The thing that Impressed me most,"
said Secretary Lane, "was the extreme
modesty of tb&jman at the head of the
table. He listened with every consid
eration and decided without the
slightest hesitation what should be
done. He seems to have an adminis
trative mind.'
Col. E. M. House, of Austin. Texas,
who is said to have brought the pres
ident's attention to some of the men
he chose as advisers, chatted with the
president and members of the cabinet
after the session.
Secretary Tumulty, speaking for the
president, announced that the cabinet
had devoted its attention chiefly to
the work of organization. He said
that some of the assistant secretary
ships had been discussed. i
WANTS NO DELAY.
. Those callers who talked with th
president about the plan of the hous
leaders, declared they believed he had
not made up his mind but thought h
crnsidered currency legislation as wel'
as anti-trust legislation two importan!
subjects which should not be delayed
Some of them said, however, that Mr
Wilson realized that in dealing with
three such important subjects, the in
tricacies of the legislative situation
was to be considered
House leaders want to pass the tarif!
bills as quickly as possible, send thrrr
to the senate and then Instead of tak
ing up other legislation such as cur
rency reform, have the house adjourr
for periods of thrre days at a timo
Their object in this, it was paid. w.o
to have the senate the only bod
doing business, so that the eyes of the
nation could be focused "upon it ar-d
attention would not be diverted te
other subject.
In the opinion of some house leaders
this would enable President AVilsor
and the democrats in the senate
through their own power and the fori
of public attention to get such tarin
legislation as the democratic platform
declared to be necessary.
Kansas City, March . "That Is ab
solute nonsense," said E. W. Mills,
husband of Mrs. Mabel Mills, when
Informed that a check for $41,000
signed by his wife had been found on a
street in Chicago. "Either the report
is based on false Information or the
check is the work of a Joker."
LOCAL DRUGGIST COMES OUT
WITH A STRONG STATEMENT
Says Dodson's Liver Tone is the Best
Remedy for Constipation and Shirk
ing Liver He Has Ever Sold.
Every person who has tried Dodson's
Liver Tone and knows how surely and
gently it starts the liver to working
and relieves biliousness will bear out
the V. F. Balkcom Drug Co. drug store
in this statement about Dodson's Liver
Tone.
"It Is a purely vegetable liquid, that
entirely takes the place of calomel,
harmless and pleasant to the taste that
has proven itself the most satisfactory
remedy for a slow-working liver that
most of our customers have ever tried.
A large bottle sells for fifty cents and
we do not hesitate to give the moi:i
back to any person who tries a bottle
on the strength of this statement and
is not satisfied with the result."
In these days of doubtful medicine-?
and dangerous drugs, a statement lik
the above is a pleasant assurance thai
Dodson's Liver Tone is a reliable rem
edy for both children and grown-ups
In buying a bottle for Immediate oi
future use it is well to make sure you
are getting the genuine Do-ison's Livei
Tone and not some spurious imltatior
that has copied our claims, but do not
stand back of their Kuarantee. You
may be certain of getting the genuine
if you go to V. F. Balkcom Drug Co
tor it. ' (Adv.'
GZN. WOOD CONTINUES
AS CHIEF OF STAFF
Washington, March 6. Secretary of
War Garrison today instructed Major
General Leonard Wood to continue un
der his original designation as chief of
staff of the army until further orders.
The purpose of Secretary Garrison's
action was to enable President Wilson
to have time fully to consider the
question of a permanent designation.
LEVI MORTON'S CONDITION
PRONOUNCED UNCHANGED
New York, March 6. The condition
of Levi P. Morton was pronounced un
changed this morning: He is suffer
ing from hardening: of the arteries and
has been in a precarious condition for
several days.
Use "The Journal's Want
Ad. Way."
'"Seeing Mexico" Car
Don't Fail to Pay a Visit to the
Seeing Mexico" Car
, ' A national museum from old Mexico on a Pull
man palace car. Interesting to business men, enter
taining to ladies and instructive to children. Located
on L. & N. track, corner Alcaniz and Wright St?.
Open 10 a. m. to 10 p. m.
An admission of 10 cents to help defray expenses.

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