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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH SO, 1913. UW PROPOSED CHANGE THE 'WHEN THE LEGISLATURE CON . VENES ONE MEASURE WILL BE INTRODUCED PROVIDING FOR THE ELECTION AND ORGANIZA TION OF BOARDS. Tallahassee,. March 29. A promi nent gentleman of Tallahassee, who Is very much interested In the -welfare f the public schools of the state, will have presented to the comlngr legisl ture the foUowlng: bill, on which criti ' cism by the public Is Invited: A bill to be entitled an act providing for the organization and s election of county boards of public instruction md flxingr their compensation. Be it enacted by the legislature of ; the state of Florida. Section 1. County boards of public instruction shall consist of five mem ' bers, four of whom shall be elected as hereinafter , provided,' the other . member shall be the county superin tendent of public instruction, who shall be the county superintendent of public instruction, who shall be a momber ex. officio and have the right of a vote on all questions except upon questions fix ing his own compensation. No two of the elected members of any county SCHOOL BOARD board of public instruction may be women. Section 2. At the general election in A. D. 1914, there shall be elected in each county in this state a county ' board of public instruction consisting of four members, the terms of office of the two members elected in and for school boaxd district numbered one u and three shall be for four years, the terms of office of the two. members elected in and for school board district numbered two and four shall be for two years, their successors at the x- piration of their terms of two years shall be elected for four years. There ' after the term of office of all members of county boards of public Instruction shall be four years, one half ;belng elected at the recurring general elec tions held every two years. The term .' of offlc of every member of a county board of public instruction shall begin ' on the first Tuesday after the first ; Monday in January after election and ' terminate upon the qualification of his or her successor four years thereafter. . except the terms of those members elected from even numberd districts in A. D. 1914, which shall terminate on the first Tuesday after Urst Monday in January A. r, 1917. c Section 3. At the first meeting In January 1914. the county board of pub lie instruction of each county in tha state shall subdivide their respective counties Into four school, board dls tricts so as to place in each school board district the, same number of qualfied electors, as nearly as practi cable, the dividing line of said school bord districts being so designated as to place each election district or ward wholly within one or another of said school board districts. The said county boards of public in struction shall, at their meeting -.- in January A. D. 1914, file in the office of the clerk of the circuit court of their respective counties a certificate of their said action, containing a descrip tion of each school obard district by number and the names and number of the election district or districts or wards comprising each school board district; which description of school board districts shall be recorded by the clerk of the circuit court in a book of public' record, and said clerk shall publish the same in a newspaper pub lished within the county; but if there is no newspaper published within tfie -ounty, then the clerk of the circuit court shall post the same at the county court house for four weeks thereafter. A county board of public instruction may change the boundaries of a school board district only in January of the year of a general election, but such change shall be certified to "and record ed in the office of the clerk of the f Rcnarkablo Hornedy For Stomach, Liver and In testlna! Ailments. Appendi citis and Gall Stones If toi are suffering from these ailments and tinaitle to obtain a cure Don't Qtva up Hepe.One doc of Mrr' Wonderful Stomach Remedy, the most widely known Remedy for Stomach. Liver and Intestinal Ailments. Gastritis, Indigestion. ly srepeia. Pressure of Gaa Arotind the Heart,Sonr I to mac a. Distress After Eating. Nerrauness. (xaat a fcatogratk. t Pstssnsss Catarrhal, Muesis ano Bile Aeers tioos reamed r Marrs Wsnsernit Staasaaii Ramsey. Dizxiaesa. Fainting Spells, Sick Headache, Constfe ration. Cofieted and Torpid Liver. Yellow Jaun. ice. Appendicitis, and Gall Stones, will positive) wnTjnce you of its great powers to core. It has cored thousands of suiTerem; ft has saved many lives: it has prevented mar,y dana-eroas scr- K- si operaboas-Fvt it toateatTryontioetoma-ht. t one dose prove its great merit. Yon are not sited to take thla Remedy for weeks before you feel benefited one doae will convince yta that it lhould cure you. Prepared by Geo. U. Mayn, Mfg. Chemist. 1M-156 Whiting St Chicago. For sale in Pensacola by The Crystal Pharmacy Brent Building:, V. F. Balkcom Drug Company, 17 S. Palafox street, and drusgists everywhere. n - For several months we have been telling: you what Hood's Sarsaparilla is made of and the ailments it has been curing for more than a third of a century. Below we give a letter telling particulars of one of the many cures it has effected, and we- leave it for you to say how many and how strong adjectives we might truthfully use in introducing a letter of this character. C. I. Hood Co., Lowell, Mass. "208 Upper Front St..' "Exeter, N. H., May 27. 1912. "Gentlemen:- It is with the sincere purpose of benefiting others I write what Hood's Sarsaparilla did for me. "On getting up one morning I found what seemed to be a mosquito, bite on the calf of my right leg. Soon the eruption grew larger and continued day after day, becoming more and more troublesome. The physician ad vised poulticing, and I soon found I had a running sore. It ate steadily into the flesh, discharged freely, and grew worse. Another physician told me to use a rubber bandage, but the sore grew worse until There Wat Net a Spot of Healthy Skin a Large as a 10ct. Piece Between My Knee and Ankle. My leg was now a dreadful sight. There - were places large and deep enough to hold an egg. I was told the leg must be amputate d. The s Hood s Having cured such a tenacious case of scrofulous impurity as that described above, and it has cured many other eases, is certainly to be relied upon for al troubles caused or promoted by impure or low state of the blood. circuit court and published as require! for such districts as 'when originally created. Section. 4. The elective members of the county board of publio instruc tion shall be elected one from each school board district by the qualified electors of such district. Section 5. All vacancies in said boards shall be filled until the next general election by appointment of the state board of education on the nomi nation of the state superintendent of public instruction. Section 6. The elective members of county boards of public, instruction shall be paid from the county school fund four dollars per day for each day's service, and ten cents per mile for each mile actually travelled in go ing to and from the courthouse; Pro vided, that their per diem shall not ex ceed four hundred dollars in counties of 25,000 population or over two hun dred in counties of 15,000 population and less than 25,000 population: or over one hundred and fifty dollars in counties of less than 15,000 population. Section 7. All laws or parts of laws in conflict herewith , are hereby re pealed.' " ?. The Cause ef Rheumatism. , Stomach trouble, lazy livtr and de ranged kidneys are the cause of rheu matism. Get your stomach, liver, kid neys and bowels In healthy condition by taking Electric Bitters, and you will not be troubled with the pains of rheumatism. Charles B. Allen, a school principal of Sylvan la, Ga., who suff ered indescribable torture from rheu matism, liver and stomach trouble and diseased kidneys writes: "All rem edies failed until I used Electric Bit ters, but four bottle of this wonderful remedy cured me completely." Maybe your rheumatic pains come from stomach, liver and kidney troubles. Electric Bitters will give you prompt relief. 50c ,-ftnd $1.00. ""Recommended by TV. A. ri'Alemberte, druggist " and apothecary. 121 S. Palafox St. (Adv.) CASES BEFORE PARDON BOARD TWO DAYS CONSUMED IN HEAR INQ PETITIONS AND SIX CONDI TIONAL PARDONS GRANTED. SPECIAL. TO THE JOURNAL. Tallahassee, March 2. (For the past two days, ending yesterday, the board of pardons haa been very busy consid ering applications for clemency, which have ben made to them. The hoard meets about every sixty days and us ually has about seventy cases. This time the number actuaJry considered was sixty-seven. A few other cases were mentioned to the board but were not in shape for consideration. Of the number consIJered the board granted six conditional pardons. One sentence of a fin of $1,000 was commuted to a sentence of $500. Three young white boys were paroled to the custody of reliaible and substantial citizens upon their good behavior and upon the ex press stipulation that the persons to whom they were paroled should re port to the board at least every three months on the conduct of the boys. Thirteen applications were passed for further consideration end forty four were denied outright The governor, who is chairman j the Florida state "board of the Ameri can Red Cross, has received a request fYbm the chairman of the national relief board of this great charitable institu tion, asking him to make an appeal to the people of Florida for aid for the Mood sufferers in Ohio, Indiana, Ne braska and other central states, where the flood has worked devastation. Gov ernor Park Trammell has issued such appeal. Mr. G. R. DeSaussure, 'vice president of the Barnett Xational Bank of Jacksonville.- is the treasurer or the Florida state board".: Sillicus Jack: Rapidde seems to have a fine head for business, but he is so fast. Cynicus Yes, he's so fa&t I'm afraid he'll never get to the front. Philadel phia Record. specialist said he had seen many bad sores, but none equal to mine. "One day a neighbor, Mrs. Buckley, spoke of the value of Hood's Sarsapa rilla for scrofula, and I said 'I don't think such a simple thing as Hood's Sarsaparilla would do me any good.' But my husband joined in urging- me to try Hood'sarJ as he bought a bottle, I thought I might as well take it. Before I finished that first bottle, I suffered less pain and could see the edges of the sore beginning to heaL As I kept on with the medicine, new flesh formed, the raw surface dimin ished, and after using- ten bottles the Sore Was Completely Healed and My General Health Perfect. I am able to work every day, weigh 175 pounds, my leg never gives me any trouble, and I use it the same as the other. I believe It my duty to tell what Hood's Sarsaparilla did for me, and I praise It to all my friends. Josephine Sargent. Mrs. 11a arsapari PEHSACOLA'S GROWINGTRADE TERRITORY V - BASS t CO. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF IT BY PUTTING ON TWO NEW TRAVELLING REPRESENTS TIVE8 NEW RAILROAD BRINQS NEW OPPORTUNITIES. The opportunities for trade develop ment by reason of Pensacola's new transportation facilities have caused the firm of Baaa and Company to put on two new traveling men who will enter the territory comprising south ern Alabama and the Andalusia territory- ' Formerly the greater share of this trade has been going to Mobile, 'Birmingham and Montgomery. "With the added transportation facilities, freight rates will be considerably lower from Pensacola than from any other of the wholesale points. , X. C. Andrews, formerly a dry goods merchant at Monroeville, will take care of the southwest Alabama trade and Mr. A. P. White, of Ozark, will take care of the trade in the southeast sec tion of the territory. ... - This was the statement made by T. Li. Ga-wt, president of Base & Co:, the wholesale dry goods firm to a Journal representative yesterday. One more peg- In Pensacola's prosperity: -I "With the rapidly improving railroad and transportation facilities in this district, Pensacola has seized upon her new opportunities with avidity. Most of the towns and cities within a radius of 150 miles are coming to look upon Pen-saaola as a, wholesale center of great importance. Most tf the staple lines can now be purchased in Pensa cola at New York and Chicago pricee. The idea of quick deliveries and freight rates far -below the New York and Chicago rates, appeals to the mer chants Jn Increasing numbers. Lw rates and quick deliveries, taken-with the aggressive management of Pen sacola firms, accounts for the substan tial increase in wholesale lines during the laat few months." I VITAL STATISTICS. 1 The follo-winar licenses to marry were issued during- the past week from the office of the oo-untr Ju3s;e: White Marriages. Maleoflm A. Durant and Corinne A Blount. Henry Kail and Jessie Uriel. Sidney K. Blackmnn and Annie En terkin. James, G. Taylor and Lionise Godwin. Colored Marriages. Joseph Washington and Mary Lee "Walker. Perminious Brow and Hattle Jack son. Wesley McCall and Pivannah Gary. Clinton Lee and Fannie McCurdy. George Sherman and Hannah Thomp son. LAicdus Johnson and Lizzie Brown. FolUnring Is . list of the births and deaths during -the papt week as filed in the office of the city clerk: Whit Births. To H. Henderson and wife, a boy. To Toney Aste and -wife, a boy. To W. E. Little and -wife, a girl. To Malcolm Riera- an 3 wife, a. boy. To U. Andrews and wife, a irl. To Walter Gray and wife, a girl. To James O. Miller and' wife, a girl. To Edward Reilly and wife, a girl. Creole Births. To E. B. Gagnet and wife, a. girl. Negro Births. To Henry Williams and wife, a boy. To Chester Williams and wife, a boy. Whits Deaths. Mrs. J. M. Kelly, 63 years, paralysis. Ainsle Keyser. 12 years, acute gan grenous appendicitis. mm SETTLES UPSET STOMACHS. "PAPE'S DIAPEPSIN" ENDS INDI GESTION, GAS, SOURNESS AND HEARTBURN IN FIVE MINUTES. "Really does" put bad stomachs in order "really does" overcome indiges tion, dyspepsia, gaa, heartburn and sourness in five minutes that just that makes Papc's Diapepsin the largest selling stomach regulator in the world. If what you eat ferments into stubborn lumps, you belch gaa and eructate sour, undigested food and acid; head is dizzy and aches; breath foul; tongue coate-d; yo:ir insides filled with bile and indigestible waste, re member the moment Diapepsin comes in contact with the stomach all such distress vanishes. It's truly astonish ing almost marvelous, and the joy is its harmlessnes. A largre fifty-cent case of Pape's Diapepsin will .srive you a hundred dol lars' worth of satisfaction or your druggist hands you your money back. It's worth its weight in gold to men and women who can't'fcet their stom achs regulated. It belongs in your home should always be kept handy in case of a sick, sour, upset stomach during the day or at night. It's the duickest, surest and . most harmless stomach doctor in the world. Mrs. Rachel Oberg, 42 years, Inani tion. Negro Deaths. Elizabeth Williams, 7 days, spasms. Alfonso Clark, 10 . months, pneu monia. - West Davis, 30 years, tuberculosis. George Johnson, 3S years, alcoholic cirrhosis of liver. Smiley Calhoun, 53 years, paralysis. "What are you doing for our cause?" asked a suffragette worker. "Doing?" replied the man. Tm sup porting one of your most enthusiastic members." Detroit Free Press. "A little more grape, ordered the general. "Sorry. General," responded the or derly, "but the wine is all gone." Pittsburg Post. Ask For "Gonzalez Chops" Thcy arc. made from Pure Corn, fresh ground, and the Tvleal is not taken out of them. They arc unadulterated and full weight. ''' - i M. F. Gonzalez & "Go. Phone 28 How to Buy or Sell a Used Camera or Other A rticle Haven't You Often Thought How Delighful It Would Be to Own a Camera? Here's an Inexpensive Way Did you ever press the button of lolly friends or a bit of landscape, a football game, the hmsh ot e. or any of the thousand and one interesting events which an excitine D the ioy and pleasure - ... X o to mue v and thu recorded for all. time i.i 1 J f - ru es WhiCn you couia iook. Vamflia, facfcs of friends now gone, thing if ydu have done all these thmgs, then you know the pleasure mat will come tcyou with a camera. . There are lots of people who would like to own a good camera but who do not care to pay the regular price. If you are one of these you can get a splendid bargain in a used camera without trouble, without delay, '"imply by watching the Want Ads that appear daily in this paper. Sup pose you turn to our Want Ad section right now and see what is offered there. You may find the very camera you want at the price you would like to pay. If it is not there today it is almost certain to be soon, for most camera owners who desire to ais- pose of their used cameras, know that the quickest way to sell them is through a Want Ad in this paper. The Journal's "Want Ad Way" Pensacola Cabinet Works Everything Wade of Wood Phone 399 32-38 West Main Street ART EXHIBIT EXT TUESDAY FINE PROGRAM HAS BEEN AR RANGED FOR THIS INTEREST ING EVENT PROCEEDS GO TO PUBLIC SCHOOL PICTURE FUND. Jill" JI.MIl ij.iiiivii, . ... Tuesday, April 1, at 122 South Pala- fox street, and a fine program has been arranged for - six days as loi lows: Tuesday April 1, 4 p. m. Piano Duet --Miss Paula Ilerschko vitz and Miss Eola Williams. Vocal Solo Miss Mabel Green. Piano So!o Miss Virginia Walker. Tuesday April 1, 8 p. m. ' Selections by Diaz's orchestra. Vocal Solo Mrs. Nita Bonn. Violin Solo Miss Cora Louise Simp son. Reading Mrs. Malcolm White. Wednesday April 2, 4 p. m. Reading Mrs. Gibson. Piano Solo Miss Paula Herschko vitz. Vocal Duet Miss Eulalie Hutchin son and Mrs. F. E. Brawner. Wednesday, April 2, 8 p. m. Vocal Selection Mr., Gerald Quina. Reading Miss Sara Goldstucker. Vocal Selection Star Male Quar tette. Reading Miss Frances Christie. Thursday, April 3, 4 p. m. Folk Dances. . Barn Dance Girls of Grade 8. Dutch Dance Girls of Grade 5. Thursday, April 3, 8 p. m. . Vocal Solo Miss Ada White. Violin Solo Miss Dorothy Osgood. Reading Miss Henderson. Piano Solo Miss Eola Williams. Violin Solo Master John Burrows. a camera and take the picture of a of life? , If you had done this years is m the most pleasurable moments ot your J 1 1 L- .1 at louay asa sec aim rcuicuiucr uic of events which to you were a vital (Suggestions for You to Adopt) CAMERA FOR SALE I b a X. 8 Et mn Kodak that I will rmll. tocetber with a developing; martin complete. You fin take your own pictures and develop tbm. Wboie ntnt cost 30.00 win sell for $12.00. Clad fa show. Can or addrem: CAMEE A WANTED Desrtre a reflex ramera. It mint be In tbe very beet of rrmditlon and bare all attachment. Will par eali bnt nsust baTe a bargain. Call Vlth camera or addrena: Tea will be served every afternoon by the lady patronesses. The proceeds will be used to provide pictures for the walls of the public schools. A Sacred Secret. The inspector in an English school waa questioning the small boys. "Can you take your warm overcoat off?" he asked. "Yes, sir," was the ready response. 'Can the bear take' his warm over coat off?" "No, sir." "Why not?" There was a perplexed silence- Then a little iboy spoke up: "Please, sir, 'cause God alone knows where the buttons is." -National Monthly. WOU.I &MCVl . Louise The man that Edith married Ms a reformer. Julia How did he lost his money? Judge. . . I ' Merchant Gets Protection T S this the Spencer is Goodwin & Company, oiSprinp-freld, Mr. Goodwin talking. A stranger has just offered a check on your bank for $30 in payment for some goods. Says his name is John Doe. Has he an account and is he good for that amount?." By telephoning to the bank, the mer chant can always protect himself from loss by worthless checks. When' you telephone smile SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY The INSURANCE. Representing" old-established Fire Insurance companies, we are in a position to handle satisfac torily this line of your business. 510-511 BLOUNT BUILDINS TELEPHONE 13 HOTEL FLANDERS JUST OFF BROADWAY 133-137 West 47th St.. NEW YORK CITY The right kind of a hotel Jn the right locality. In the heart of th theatre district and adjacent to the shopping centres. Positively fire proof. Excellent cuisine and an exceptional orchestra. A large addition Just completed, containing library, grill and billard hall. Handsomely Furnished Rooms, Private Bath. $1.50 per Day UpVard. From Grand Central Station, cars marked 'Broadway" without trans fer; Pennsylvania Station, 7th Av. cars without transfer. Booklet upon re quest. H. R. SHARES, PROP. WEST FLORIDA'S Oldest Largest Strongest Banking Institution THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Pensacola, Florida. Designated Depository of tn united State. .- DIRECTORS F. C. Brent. W. A. Blount. W. H. Knowles. W. J. Forbes. Thea. W. Brent. ALONZO RICHARDSON & COMPANY Certified Public Accountants . v A Staff of Thoroughly Qualified Accountants. Whose Experience Them to Make a Critical Analysis of Books and Accounts. Empire Building ATLANTA Correspondence c?eSKUKJTbe Burrow Press ing make us friends. ( Excursion Rates to the Florida Chautauqua DeFunlak Springs, Fla. Good to April SPECIAL SATURDAY EXCURSION ONE DOLLAR HOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS Remedy Ends Constipation Don't worry and don't take Calomel. Put your sluggish Uvertin fine con dition and get rid of side hea3feche, biliousness and dizziness. Get a box of the famous HOT SPRINGS LIVER RUTTONS of any worthy druggist today, 25 cents. yvv - Gentle, blissful, wonderful wof jrs tl ey surely are; take one ton!ghr"ami free the bowels from poisonous wat and ga. You'll feel bright and happy tomorrow. There's nothing on earth so good for constipation and stubborn liver. - Free sample of HOT SPRINGS DIVER BUTTON'S from Hot Springs Chemical Co., Hot Springs, Ark. (Adv. National Bank? This hornton Enable Solicited American National Bank ' Bids PENSACOLA. FLA. (it rporatei.) Phone 84. i Return 6th VA C j Go. u '1 it !