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Ttt? PFMOOLA TOTTTma"L. SUNDAY MORNINTj, MARCH 30, .1913.
FANNIE. Fannie, March 29. The high water r iha Eacamoia river almost wrecked all the nridges between Fannie and nomaton. Two of them are out of use. . ... , ."Mrs. Georgle. Kellaro and son, of Cal verts, Ala-, have "been visiting1 relatives at this place. ' A large party of girls and boys went to a circus at Flornaton Saturday night MJss "Edna Johnston has been on the sick list for a. short while . Mr., and Mrs. Ed Smith, of Meria, Ala-, are. visiting reJatlves here. Rev. Mr. Metvuffy preached here Saturday night and Sunday. ...The -farmers of this place are hadly inconvenienced by the recent rains. They ar greatly delayed in their I -lowing on account of the wet condi tion of the ground. . Mr. Aubrey Rocs and wife, of Cen tury, have been visiting relatives here. . Mr, Jim Purvis, of Century, was hereMonday on business. ... , Maria nn a, March 29, Dr. A- S. Hill, of Panama City, is in the city today. Mr. I. M.' Neel was over from Grand "JUdge yesterday. Mr. R. O. Handcock is spending ome time in Hot Spring;, Ark. Judge W. B. Williams made a busi ness triD to ulncv a few davs aaro. Mr.vH. B. Knapp, of Greenwood, was -among visitors to the city Monday. Mr. E. V. McDaniel, of Crosby, Ala , is mmonz visitors to the city today. Mr. I. M. Thompson, of Aiford, was among visitors to the city Saturday. Mr. L H. Watson, turpentine opera tor from Star, was in the city Satur day. '-' Mr. T. A. Pledger and wife, of AJtha, are visiting friends and relatives in the city today. i jr v - . - l i ti r. . 4uuc-ii, vi finance, wa among the many visitors to our city Saturday. Hon. W- J. Singletary, of Grand Ridge, was a business visitor to the city Tuesday. r Mr. J. H. Eevis, one of Bascom's prominent business men, is a visitor to the city today. Mr. 3. F, Gainer, of Wausau, is epehd ing a few days .here this week visit ing relatives. ' N Mr. A. D. Anderson, big saw mill man, of Compass Lake, was a visitor to the city Monday. Mr. W. M. Melvln, turpentine opera tor of Chason, was a busienss visitor to the city Monday. Hop. W. Jf. Beauehamp, of Alliance, 'was in the city Monday and while here made us a pleasant call. Mr, G. M. Belser, U. S; government farm. dmnntrattnn neurit. was a prominent visitor to the city Monday. Mr. Je Bevis expects to leave next week for St. Petersburg, where he will engage in the commission business. . Miss Sue Bussey, of Columbus. Ga. arrived in the city Sunday, having ac cepted a position in the law office of Ben H. JLiddon. Mrs. Ida Crager, of Pensacola, has purcnasea toe LHckson cottage on aiain street, now occupied by Mr. Ed Dillon, and "wili make it her home. Mr, and Mrs. C. E. Hogan, of Bas- om, ; were visitors to the city Sat urday. Mr. C. C Olive, formerly in the liv ery business in this city, has accepted a position with Gray & Co., of Cotton dale, and expects to move his family to that place this week. R. H. Buford, state attorney, spent Sunday in the city, returning Sun day night to Vernon, where he Is rep resenting the state's interest in several important cases which are being tried this week. : Mr. T. J. Wester, of Grand Ridge, was looking after business matters in the city yesterday. He reports many acres of watermelons being planted around Grand Ridge this year, but says the recent heavy rains have given them a decided setback. Adds to the "Life" of a Car When a car starts out lively In the morning and then shows stgns of sluggishness later in the day, it may be due to poor com pression. In that csls your lu brication probably is wrong. Use FOLARINEJ OIL and you will avoid two-thirds cf all mo tor troubles. H MJ Pe'&rine is the best automobile otl made. It fives the maximum lubrication for the amount used. It Insures the least possible frle. tlen and wear. with fail compres sion and power. It is - csi rbn-proof. Look for the fat, convenient can Just fits in the tool-box. Ask your dealer. Write for . the Poiartne booklet; free, post-paid. Standard Oil Company (incorporate In Kentucky) ;:-:IrMARlANNA. ' :j mrnSSfSjm! 1 f l v i i WEST FLORIDA Mr. and Mrs. J. Ed. Stokes, ,of Blountstown, were among the visitors to the city Monday. MrD. C. McArthur, of Grand Ridge. Is looking after business matters in the city today. - Misses Annie and Cola Dickenson, of Greenwood, were in the city yester day. Mr. McGorrah and children, of Ala bama, are spending a short time in the city and are i registered at the Chipola hotel. . ' ' Dr. Burkett, of Greenwood, was a visitor to the city Monday. Miss Effie Gavin, after spending a few days in the city, returned to Chipley Sunday. . . Mrs E. W. Reed made a business trip to Georgia Monday. Miss Annie Dickenson, of Greenwood, was a visitor to the city this week. - Mr. Frank Davis, is the guest of Mr. Lamar Gammon. . V - r Mayor Paul Carter is attending court in Bristol this week. ' ' f Mr. J. M. Dillon and son left Mon day morning for different points in Tennessee. Mr; Walter Williams, of Gracevllle, was a visitor to the city Tuesday. Miss Margaret Williams spent" Sat urday and Sunday with friends in Quincy. - - Mr. William Criglar came up Friday from Apalacbicola to spend the Easter holidays. Dr. F. C. Wilson, of Chipley, spent Sunday in the city. Mr. Tom Alsobrook spent Sunday In the city. ' Mrs. M. B. Wynn, of Columbus, Ga, is the guest of Mr. J. B. Dickson. -: Miss Cola Dickenson, who makes her home in New Orleans, passed through the city Monday enroute to Greenwood. Miss Mary Mizell left Monday after noon for Tallahassee, after spending a few days in the city, guest of Miss Mary Farley. " Miss Nellie Kelly, who is attending school in Tallahassee, spent the Easter holidays at home. - Mrs. Harry Peterson, nee Miss Sal lie Wynns, who has been spending the winter in South Florida, arrived in the city Saturday. She will be the guest of Mrs. R. S. Pearce for several weeks before going to New York for the sum mer. Congressman Emmett Wilson spent a few days-in the city this week. MIjs Mary Gammon is the guest of friends in Greenwood. ; Mrs. Wilmer Box, who has been the quests of her parents, Mr, and Mrs. B. H. Simmons, returned to., her home la Gracevllle Sunday.;::,. ' .; v; s Miss Addie Beardsley pprrt the' week end in DeFuniak. Mr. J. J. Smith is the guest of his daughter, Mrs. Gray Hartsfleld, In Pen sacola. Miss Nora Lindsay, of Mobile, Ala., will arrive in the city the first part rtt April to be the guest of Mrs. Greene Moore. .." : .; Dr. Wilmer Box, of Gra'ceville; spent Sunday in the city. . , Miss Bess Standifer, of Blakeley, Ga will arrive in the city, next cweek and will be the guest of Mrs. W. E. Brtan Smith. Senator J. N. Wilson, of Sneads, was a business visitor to the city Wednes day. Mrs.vBen H, Liddon went to Dothan Wednesday to be with her sister-in-law. Miss Maggie Liddon. who is in an infirmary at that place. She is expect ed to return home the last of the week, bringing. Miss Maggie Liddon. Miss Minnie E. Kehoe, an attorney of Pensacola, and also official stenog rapher for the first judicial circuit of Florida, spent Sunday in tho city with friends. , Mr. Smith, of Opelika, spent a few days in the city this week with his daughter, Mrs. Frank Daffin. Mrs. JVirginiaV-Llddon returned home Tuesday from Dothan, where she has been the past few days with her daughter, Miss Maggie, who is 111 in Dothan. - ; Hon. James IL Finch has gone to Tampa and other points in South Florida -on legal business. One of the loveliest parties of the week was that given by Mrs. Albert Milner on Friday afternoon, compli menting the members of the Matrons Rook club. The taBles, five in number; were plaoed in the parlor and "the af ternoon passed all too swiftly Under the influence of this fascinating game. An occasion of much pleasure among the belles and beaux of the future was the Easter egg hunt at which little Miss Florine Lewis entertained on Saturday afternoon at the handsome home. Among the visitors of prominence 3 the city this week was Sister Esther Carlotta, of St. Augustine. She in widely known and beloved throughout the state, and is especially prominent in U. C. D. circles. One of the most entertaining meet ings of the Orphu Music club oc curred on Wednesday afternoon when Mrs. Will Jarratt was hostess. A mis cellaneous program was rendered and each number was greatly enjoyed. The first meeting of the Tuesday club occurred on Tuesday ' afternoon when Mrs. Greene Moore was hostess As this was the first' card game for several weeks an interesting afternoon was spent. Mr. John Milton, Jr., complimented several of his friends with a fish-fry on Tuesday. The party went to Wad dell's mill, and a most pleasant day was spent. In the . party were, Mr and Mrs. T- W. Conely and Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Breneman and Mr. Mi'ton. Dr Baltzell and Mr, Hayes Lewis mo tored out for dinner. ; Miss Carrie, Pelot, of Arcadia, Is the guest of her cousin, Mrs. Will Jarrett. One of the most brilliant and large A WOMAN'S APPEAL To all knowing sufferers of rheumatism, i whether muscular or of the Joints, sci atica, lumbafros. backache, pains in the vktdnys or neuralgia pains, to write to her for a home treatment which has re !eatediy cured all of these tortures. She feels it her duty to send it to all suffer ers FREE. You cure yourself at home as .'houaands will testify no change of cll nate being necessary. This simple dis rovery banishes uric acid from tho blood, loosens the stiffened joints, purifies the . blood, and brightens- the eyes. jrivlng 1 1 lasticity to the whole system. If the above interests you. for proof address ; Mrs. M. Summers, Box R. South Bend. ! Ind. (Advertisement) SOCIAL NEWS ly attended affairs recently given in Marianna. was the reception on Wed nesday afternoon with which Mrs. R. S. Pierce complimented her guest, Mrs. Harry Peterson. .Chipley March 29. Ben Askew, of Bonifay, was here Saturday. A.-C. Talichet, of Mobile, Ala, was here Wednesday. Rev. W. A. Bryan spent Monday at the county capital. Ottaway Ware, of St. Andrews, was a visitor here Friday. Rev. W. D. Owens, of Bodom, was a visitor here Tuesday. Mrs. Tom Ay cock was in town ahop PUjg Monday afternoon. A. F. Register, of Bayhead, was a -visitor here Thursday. Tom Glover, of Eufaula, Ala., is here on a visit to his brother. T. H. Blue, of Macom, was a busi ness visitor here Wednesday. R. E. L. McCaskill, of DeFuniak, was a business visitor here Monday. J. G. Goolsby, of Cordele, Ga., was a business visitor in the city Saturday. Win J. Franklin,, of Andalusia, Ala., was in the city Tuesday on business. C. S. Mountein, of Asbford, Ala,, wa here Monday night, enroute to Vernon. Judge D. J. Jones is presiding over the circuit court at Vernon this week. TL C. Home was up from Lynn Haven, a.nd mingled with friends here Thursday. M. L- Harmon, of Panama. City, was one of the visitors here Tuesday morn ing. . Robert Funderburk, of Lakeland, passed this way Wednesday enroute to the Bay. . Attorney J. M. Sapp, of Panama City, was crossing palms with friends here Friday. W. O. Wells, a prosperous merchant of Aiford, was mingling with friends here Monday. Mrs. R. E. McWilllams, of Cotton dale, was here Tuesday the guest of Mrs. T. L. Wells. Dr. F. C. Wilson spent a few hours at Sneads Friday, the guest of his son. Dr. P. B. Wilson. C J. Setterlind, of the Oaks hotel at St. Andrews, was a visitor here Thurs day and Friday. J. T. McOraw, of GttinesviUe, was a visitor here Monday. ; L. C. Gay, a prominent citizen of Lynn- Haven, was shaking hands with friends here Thursday morning. I. X. Whlddon left Friday afternoon for Florala, Ala., where he will spend a while the guest of his brother. J. H. Drummond, of St. Andrew, passed through town Monday evening enroute to Vernon. He is just back from a two weeks' trip to Chicago. Tax Collector H. B. Tiller, was up from Vernon and spent Saturday night here the guest of hie brother. Dr. R. E. Tiller. ' His mother, Mrs. Ctayton Til ler, accompanied him home Sunday. :.Rev, Fred Schell, pastor of the Presbyterian church, will preach at the Methodist church this morning at 11 o'clock. Apalachicola, March 29. Society in Apalachicola was very quiet during Lent and the young people looked for ward to Easter as a beginning of gayety. As usual the ladies of the Roman Catholic church gave their an nual fair this week. It opened at four o'clock Wednesday afternoon with a baby parade. The fair this year is a "Carnival Kirmessv so the floral pa rade was a most appropriate begin ning. The babies were in their several carts and carriages with . attendants and "pages." The carriages were dec orated and a prize was awarded. The judges were Mrs. Coombs, Mre. B. J. Morris, and Miss Murphy. There were about thirty babies entered. Dr. Rosen baum's , infant won the prize, though there were several other cars and babies that were so near the winner that, as is usual in such cases," the final choice was most difficult. Among those who were conspicuous for their beauty were : Mrs. Wm. Saw yer's baby, Gladys Comforter, attend ant; Mrs. Daly's infant and car, a big lily with baby in the calys, and her little son in white satin as page; Mrs. Murat's baby sitting on a float of pink Koses. Indeed there were so many beautiful children and such a number of carriages that were equally beauti ful that the judges' task was indeed no . sinecure. The last float was greeted with shouts of laughter for the attendant was the even popu lar Mr. Wm. Lovett, gowned as nurse and rolling a highly decorated wheel barrow, in which sat Mr. Buggett, in baby frock and bonnet. The sight of our eminently dignified druggist sit ting In Infantile bliss on the wheel barrow was Irresistable and the laugh ter was kept up by the serious care taken of him by his nurse. On the whole the ladies of St Pat rick's are well satisfied with the work of their hands. At night the fair opens at six o'clock when suppers are served. The carni val booth' under the auspices of Mrs. S. E. Rice was very gay and attractive The candy wheel spun its merry wand and the brass band made music for the dancers. The fair continued from Wednesday through Saturday. The Thimble club opened for its after-Lent session at Mrs. Poosers on Tuesday "afternoon, March 25. Mrs. J. P. Hickey gave a reception to Sister Carlotta, the much loved state president of the Daughters of the Con federacy. Sister Carlotta is the guest of Mrs. J. E. Cottle during thi3 visit to Apalachicola. It was a great pleas ure to the ladies to be able to meet their president so Mrs. Hickey threw open her hospitable door on Wednes day, March 26. She was assisted in receiving by the ladies of the chapter and Mrs. Meyerhoff and Miss Smith. The afternoon was bcautlfuLand the function most entertaining. Apalachicola now has two theatres; and the citizens are eagerly antici pating the opening of the new opera - chipley. j APALACHICOLA i house. It is rumored that the ama teurs will hold high carnival on the first night. The ladies of Trinity church held their sale of breads and cakes and fancy work at Mr. Montgomery's dry good store on Saturday March 29th. All during Lent the members of the church guild have been conducting these weekly sales and this one on Easter Saturday closed the series. The ladies have averaged about twen ty dollars a week at these sales; and they are quite content with their work. Apply a cotton cloth wet with BAL LARD'S SNOW LINIMENT to all wounds, cuts, burns, sores or blisters, and note its wonderful healing power. It is prompt and very effective. Price 25c, 60c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by all druggists. (Adv.) UNCALLED FOR LETTERS AT POST OFFICE LIOT OF LETTERS REMAINING AT POST OFFICE DURING THE PAST WEEK. Men. A Adcock. C. A., Anderson, Frank Anderpn, J. L., Atwell, Ransom. B Baker, A. A., Ballam, W. F., Ber ry, C. C, Billy Joe, Bondurant, I. H., Bowsher. J. H., Bragmon, Donald, Burlison, Charley. C Cook, Marcellus M.,Core, Peter B., Cottrell, Willie, Couston, George Couvillion, Urban, Crawford, Chas, Creathan. M., Crook, Lawrence (2). E Etheredge, J. D., Evans, Thos. L., F Fanons, L. D, Frank E. Wood Co. G Gaumer, Harvey, Grandfey, Gunn. Bazzile. H Hadden, G. T.. Heinke, Robert, Hoppeal, J. B.. Hubbard, A. C. J James, Oliver, John, Ded, James, Willie (2), Jewell, A. C, Jones, Bob, Jones, F. B-, Johnson, J. S., Jones, S. K King, Henry, King, M. S. L Laster, Tom, Loomis, George F Long, Lewis N., Mc McDonough, Dr. J. F. M Marcial, M J.,. Martin. B. C, Matthews, Edwin, Mitchell, "Robert, Moore, Willie. - ... N Newman, Dr. C. E. ' - Occupant (520 W. Gregory St.). Occupant (1415 W. Jackson St.). P Parrish, W. W., Patton, R. P.. Porter, Floyd, Powers, M. J. R Rafferty, John F. Jr., Ransom, George, Record. The. Reidell, Henry J., Robblns, Albert, Rossiter, Ernest, Ryan, C. T. S Seidemann, Oscar, Sharp, Jeames, Sivry. J., Spears, James, Sullivan, Matthew. T Trone, B. T., Turner, George. V Vickey, J. R. W Waterman. J. S., West, Chas. H., White,. Jas. W., Wiggins, George. Wil liams, Master Russell, Wilson, G., Winegard, A. C. (2). Z Zeek, L. Women, A Mass Odia Allen. B Mrs. H. BaWham, Mrs. Thennie Baskan, Mrs. JuanWa Batson, Julia Beep, Mrs. M. T. Blocker, Mrs. Charles Bower, Mrs. Julie Bowes, Mrs. Hugh McC. Braham, May Brock, Mrs. Mkry Bround, Mrs. Corean Burns. CJ Misses M. Callie, Rosa Carter, Mrs. Viola Carter, Donie Coleman, Helen Cooley, (3). E Drucilla Edwards, Miss Bell Ed wards, Mamie Edwards. F Mrs. Gertrude Fields, Mrs. Thel ma Field. . G Mrs. Lula Goshon, Elizabeth, Goodman, Mrs. C, E. Gray, Mrs. Ade line Griggs. H 'Mrs. E- C. Hanver, Ellen ITans- WUI Jjlivii, U-J a- ucvijo ... lull i iojii, i' Mrs. Lillian High, Mrs. S.jTolida; Airs, ousie nooK. r I Thelma Ivey. 1 J J Anner Lee JaiSOn, Mrs. Birdla Jones, Catie Jones, Wrs. Larsie Jones, Mrs. Allie Jordan. I K Mrs. Bula Kinb. Ii Mrs. Clenner Lrght, Mrs. Ben Lewis, Mamie Louis. M Mercy McVoy, Ernestine Mad son, Vera Marshall, Mrs. Mattie Ma this, Pagie L. Meadows, Mrs. Stella Mitchell, Luda Moore, Mrs. Rebecca Moreno, Mrs. Agnes Morrison, Mrs. Clyde N or ris, v O Ida Oden, Edy 0Hars, P Oklattie Paine, Lotta Parker, Mil dred Perry. R Mrs. Frank Leslie Rosenbury, Mr. and Mrs. C. Ryan, Crystal Ryan, Hazel Ryan. S Mrs. Fred Schenermann, Mrs. Jo sepWne Smith, Mrs. Mary Smith, Mrs Pearl - Smyth, Mrs. Ruth Smith, Mrs. Chas Strong. Mrs. Lillie Swain. T Anna Taylor, Mrs. Ellen Taylor, Mattie J. Tomb, Mrs., Paul Townsend. V Mrs'. J. N. Vaughan. W Viola Warren. Mary Watts, Elye WUlett, Mrs. Sarah Wright, Mrs. Re becca Wynne. P TWe- . Mi 4 HARBOR AND MARINE NEWS PASSED SAND KEY. March 28 6 p. m., steamer Ligonier. with tow, bound west; 9 p. m, steamer Candidate, bound east. March 29. 7 a. m., steamer Herm, bound west, and steamer Vogesen, bound west; 9 a. m., steamer Elsol, bound west; 19 a. m. steamer Mera phian, bound west; -11 a. m., steamer Caucasian, ound west. . Arrived. Br sch Emily F. Malcolm, 133, Mal colm. Mantego Bay to Stearns Lumber & Export Co. Cleared. Br ss Cuthbert. 2453, Smale, for Galveston with 847 tons bunker coal. Sailed. Ital bktn Luisa for Genoa, . Br ss Cuthbert for Galveston. - Bound For Pensacola. Following is a list of steamships and sailing vessels reported chartered and bound for Pensacola: Steamship Ludwig Goedel, sailed from London March 5. Steamship Parkwood, sailed from Lobeto Bay March 13. Steamship Riverside, sailed from Teneriffe March 8. Steamship Skogland, sailed from Rio Grande Feb. 28. Bark Imatra, sailed from Maderia March 5. Norwegian ship Vigo, sailed from Port Naples Feb. 17. - ' Overdue and Missing. German ship Columbus, from New York Dec. 20 for Bristol. Barkentins Barry Wrecked. The New York Maritime Register has the following: "The American barkentine Mary Barry, from Pensa cola Feb. 25 for Ponec, P. R- was abandoned waterlogged off Hatteras. Her crew was picked up and landed at Havana about March 24." VESSELS IN PORT. Steamships. Nessian, 4012, Hannafcrd, Tampa to Gulf Transit Co. Wyvisbrook, Br, 2257, King. Naples to H. Baars & Co. Kenilworth, Br, 1769. Crone. Tam pa to South Atlantic Steamship Co. Glenbridge, Br, 2431, Corner, Tene riffe to John A. Merritt & Co. Barks. Galofre, "Span, 360, Parello, Seville to J. Garrlga. Fenice, Ital, 1279. Pellerano, Rio Ja neiro to Rosasco Bros. Aim, Nor, 692. Tallahsen Rio Ja nerio to order. Palolna, Ital, 1198. Gandolfo, Genoa to order. Erminia. Ital. 1408, Marchese, Jack sonville to Rosasco Bros. Maria, Ital, 900, Lubiano, Rio de Jan'eisq to order. San Pedro. Urg. 1061. GInnenez, Ha vana to order. Barkentine. Kodan, Dan, 26B, JJansen, Cadiz to order. Schooner.. Emily F. Malcolm,. Br, 133. Malcolm. Mantego Bay to Stearns Lumber & Export Co. St. Olaf, Br, 277, Atkinson. Man zanillo to order. John L. Treat, 436. Barnes, Matan zas to John A. Merritt & Co. Henry Crosby, Br, 346, Heagan, Mobile to John A. Merritt & Co. John Francis. Br, 285, Wessell, Santo Domingo to John A. Merritt & Co. E- A. Sabean, Br, 249, Foote, Jamaica to C. W. Oliver. Katharine V. Mills, Br, 216, Sarty Manatee, Cuba, to master. George F. Scannell, Am, Thorndike, 475, to master. Annie, Am Wall 512, to J. A. Mer ritt & Co. Annie, Am, B12, Wail. Daquiri, Cuba to order. Ships. JCordsee, Nor, 1517, Lars en, Rio Ja neiro to Pensacola Dumber Co. Are You Constipated? If so. get a box of Dr. King's New Life Pills, take them regularly and your trouble will o'llckly disappear. They will stimulate the liver, improve your digestion and get rid of all the poisons from your system. They will surely get you well again. 25c at W. A. D'Alemberte. druggists and apothe cary, 121 S. Palafox St. (Adv.) HE JOURNAL'S U Don 1. WMjiTVl Pensacola. March 29. Local 1 showers Sunday, Monday cloudy, XffFsQ V y moderate, east and southeast 79 , r winds, . . V73 3 Observations taken at 8 p. m' T5th meridian time. Air pressure reduced to sea lereL Isobars fcontinuous line) psss fhrofjgti txfns of equal air pressure, ao therms (dotted lines) pass through pointa of equal terapeiatore; dira only tot zerd. freezing. 90. and Vp. O clear; Q partly Cloudy: O cloudy: rain: D snow; report missing. Arrows flywltii the wind. 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STSNILIS relieves pain, aids digestion. aUmalates the appetite, and tones the entire system, lestonna; tho diEesUve f unrtlons to their normal power, so that they rosy perform ihetr work unaided. STOMA LI X is Invaluable to brain workers, increases the capacity for effort, corrects aliments of children, bene tits the youthful and aged, for Sale bv all JJrwjgnU. f E. FOUGERA ft CO, Inc. (Agents U. S.) 80 Beckman Street. New York THE TELEPHONE GIRL. By Sybil Grubb. I cannot say I hurry The little "Hello Girl," II or life is one long trial That sets her rain a whirl. The questions she must answer Would drive a man insane; They ask lier when it's sunny Just when it's troingr to rain. They ask her well opinion On every thingr she'll say, Tbey call her down then call her up To ask the time of day. They ruin her disposition Yet supposed to -be, Always sweet and pleasant And from worry free. Maybe, some day in heaven She'll fly through "Gates of Pearl,' Because she gets her H 1 on earth The ' Hello Girl." NOTICE. All water rents are due April 1st. Discount of 5 per cent allowed on all bills paid oti or before the 10th of April. Rents not paid by May 1 become delinquent, after which service will be discontinued as required by law. Pensacola Water Works. 28mch7t New King Related to 8 Royal Houses. King Constantine, the new king: of Greece, is a Cousin of the King- of Bngland. Cousin of the King of rienmark. Cousin of the Czar of Russia. Cousin of the King of Norway. Brother-in-law of the Emperor of Germany. Cousin of the King1 of Sweden. Nephew of the Empress Dowager of Russia. Nephew of the Quei Mother Alex andra of England. Related to King of Spain through marriage of brother to Princess Vic toria Alice of Battenburg. Related to- Emperor of Austria through Spanish Queen Dowage. A grood treatment for a cold settled in the lungs Is a HERRICK'S RED PEPPER PORTJS PLASTER applied to the chest to draw out inflammation, and BALLARDS HOREHOUKD STRTJP to relax tightness. You get the two remedies for. the price of one by buying the dollar size Horehourid Sforup; there is a porous plaster free with each bottle. Sold by all drug gists. (Adv.) COMMERCIAL S. Department of Agriculture. WEATHER BUREAU. WILLIS L. MOORE, Chief. IViOTOR BOAiS Have all the good points of all marine engines. Abso lutely perfect lubrication by compression, pipeless radi ation, air compressor for whistle, offset cylinders, ball thrust bearings. We ship the engine for you to TEST IT BEFORE YOU PAY one cent. It must be a pood engine or we couldn't sell it that way. Distributing agents fully protected. Some good territory open. Write today for catalogue and prices. Aad Departetent toe and those Sof tertno from Dlset of the Stomach and Intestines. LEGAL NOTICE. BONDS FOR SALE. NOTICE is hereby riven by the County Commissioners of Escambia County, Florida, that they will receive sealed blis for the purchase of $101. BOO of 4i?5 coupon bonds of Escambia County, Flor ida, for th whole or part of -said bonds", at the ofBea of the Clerk of the Circuit Tuesday, the 29th day of April. 191S. at 10 a. m. J. The amount of bonds hereby offered f be sold are J101.800 of bonds to be issued by Escambia County, Florida, and bear interest at the rate of 4HTr Pr annum.. Said bonds are the unissued remainder of an authorized $180,000.00 issue; $78,500 of which were issued April 1st. 191S. and.' $50,600 are to be issued in 1913. and th remainder, or so. much thereof as neces sary, to be issued in 1914. The said un issued bonds are in denomination of $600 each and numbered consecutively by commencing with number IBS. The in-, tereat on said bonds is at the rate of cjc Per annum, payable on October 1st. annually. The said bonds provide that twelve of said bonds shall, at th option of the bond trustees, be retired on the first day of October of each year, commencing October 1st, 1915. in the order in which numbered commencing with bond No. 1. Said bonds will be de livered to purchasers in Pensacola, Fla.. on receipt of the purchase prioe at the American National Bank of Pensacola. Certified check for 2iof amount bid to accompany each bM. The County Commissioners hereby re serve the right to reject any and all bids offered upon the said bonds. JAS. MACGIBBON. Clerk Board County Commissioners. 2SmehI0t "You'd better eat it slow." said Willie to the clergyman who wast dining with the family. 'Mamma, never gives more'n one piece of pie." Boston Transcript. v "Let's go West and kill Indians." "What's the matter with you, kid? Some of our best "baseball talent is being picked up among the redskin." Pittsburg Post. 1 ' Notice TAXES PAYABLE OCT. 13. Discounts. 2 per cent If paid lr October Y2 per cent If paid In November 1 per cent If paid In December January, net. Interest Added. "i per cent .....If paid In February V, per cent If paid In March); 2'J per cent If paid In April 3 per cent If paid In May 3?4 per cent ...If paid before June 15 Interest and Penalties Added i 134 per cent June 15 to July 1 , 1'1 per cent... '..July 1 to August 1: 15V4 per cent Aug. 1 to Sept. 1' Advertised for sale In August. Statements may be obtained at any time by calling at office In city half.-' Under the law no mora statement will be mailed. J. C. WHITING, Tax Collector. City of Pensacola. WEATHER MAP