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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 12, 1913.
WHITE CAPS IfJ COMMITTEES
LIMESTONE CO.! ARE APPOINTED
MORE THAN 1CO WITNESSES ARE
SUMMONED IN CELEBRATED
.SPECIAL TO THE JOURNAL.
Athens, Alabama. Apiil 11. The
white cap cases which have been on
the criminal docket in this county for
more than a year, a number of prom
inent farmers in the east part of this
county, and in the west part of Madi
son county, belngr charg-ed with white
rapping: John Davis, a farmer in the
east part of his county, were called
today and the indictment being de
murred to by the attorney for the de
fendants, the same was thrown out as
defective. The grand Jury being in
eBion, one of the men charged in the
former indictment, turned state's evi
dence and all were reindicted on what
Is believed to be much stronger evi
dence. Their trials will not be held
this term cf court. More than 100
witnesses were attending the court In
thia celebrated case.
MR. FARRIS MAKES UP HOUSE
COMMITTEES AND BESTOWS
CHAIRMANSHIPS ON MANY LEGISLATORS.
The Jackson News hands out the
following which . is characterized a
fresh dope" on the Cotton States team
of that c'ty:
Here is a, line of frea'n dope on the
team sigrned to cop the pennant for
Jackson in the Cotton States league
OHie Mills, manager; played with
Vieksburg in 1910, 1911 aaid 1912;
lme at Dallas; plays outfield, right
hand hitter and thrower; weight, 135
' Hubert Dennis, right-handed pitch
er, Kves at Temple. Texas; agea,
weight, 160: played with West Texas
league in 191s.
Ward ClemmoTS, infielder; asre. 23;
weight, 143; residence. Marshall, Mis
souri; left-handed hitter; played in
Texas league last season.
Carl White, outfielder: age, 26;
weight. 150: right-h inded hitter;
VIa.yed with Texarkana in South Cen
tral league last year.
Jac'K Steele, infielder and pitcher;
e.jse, 2"; weight, 185; played with Ta
r.co City In 1911 and 1912; finished the
reason with Jackson.
D. M. Erwin, infielder and catcher:
age. 24: weiarht, 150; residence In Chit-ago;
right-handed hitror; played with
Meridian and Jackson in 1912.
Claude Robertson, catcher;- home at
Van Alstyne, Texas; age. 22; right
handed hitter; weight, 155; played
with Jackson last year.
John Brewster, infielder; home at
Texarkana: age, 4; weight, 150;
played with Vieksburg, Jackson and
New Orleans last year.
"Bags" Faircloth, pitcher; home at
VnJon City, Tenn.; are. 20: weight,
160: played with A. & M. college last
Larry Cheney, pitcher; age. 24;
weight. 160; home at Cincinnati, O.:
p'tched with Yazoo City, Orleans
and Jackson last year.
L. Striker, outfielder; age,
weight. 150; left-handed hitter
thrower: residence, Cincinnati.
aeorge Day, pitcher; age. 22;
weight, 180: home at Clirksville, Ark.;
played last season witU several semi
Harry Davis, infielder; age, 24:
-. eight. 160: residence at Dayton, O.;
r:pht-hande 1 hitter and thrower;
1 !ayed with Ohio Stats league last
Minneapolis. Minn., April 11.- Mem
bers of the Minneapolis Baseball club,
of the American .Association are
threatened with smallpox.
Ralph Comstock, a pitcher who
trained with the club at Hickman, and
who preceded the other members to
Minneapolis, was taken to the isolation
Wade H. Kellefer, an infielder, who
arrived with the club today, also may
be a. victim.
Chicago, April 11. Members of the
National baseball club were perturbed
today when told that smallpox had
broken cut among the Minneapolis
players. The latter used the visitors'
dressing rooms at the locals' club
house here Tuesday when they played
an exhibition game.
Chicago. April 11. Faster baseball
than has ever been seen before is
promised for 1913 by President John
son of the American league.
"An attempt will be made thi year
to fee that the games are played in
less time than in former years," said
Johnson today. "The umpires have
been instructed to see that little time
Is wasted, and the managers will co
operate to cut off the tnyiutes which
mark the difference between the short
snappy game and the one which is long
Tallahassee, April 11. The following
committee appointments were an
nounced by Speaker Ion L. Faris yes
Judiciary A W. A. Mae Williams,
chairman: W. T. Martin, C. H. B.
Floyd. Glenn Terrell. Edwin Spencer,
Jr., L. A. Hendry, W. A.- Williams.
James McHugh, T. T. Turnbull.
Judiciary B Chas. JU. Knowles,
chairman: J. C. Adkins, H. I Buasey,
Geo. A- Wor!ey, J. P. Lamb, J. M.
Gornto. Otis R. Parker. W. C. Lang
ford, S. H. Strom.
Commerce and Navigation James
McHugh, chairman; St. Elmo AY. Acos
ta, R. A. Tomlin. Harry Goldstein, R.
F. Hosford, L. M. Griffin, Jr., H. C.
Clopton, E. A. Wilson, L. A. Hendry.
Corporations W. T. Martin, chair
man: H. L. Bussey, M. L. Leslie, John
A. Van A'alzah, L. S. Light, W. A.
Russell. T. J. Fenn, W. C. Langford,
Unfinished Business W. C. Lang
ford, chairman; W. S. Mlddleton, H. J
Harvill, St. Elmo AV. Acosta, J. M.
Gornto. Otis R. Parker, Geo. W. Tully,
L. H. Howell, J. B. Lacy.
Public Lands H. C. Stanford,
chairman; A. D. Andrews. John
G. Hatcher. H. J. Rhoden, H- J. Har
vill, E. A. Williams, John G. Leonardy,
1. A. Hendry, Glenn TerrelL
Banks and Loans W. J. Epperson,
chairman; W. L. McKinley, James
McHugh. A. IX Andrews, W. M. Tay
lor, H. J. Rhoden. John High, Harry
Goldstein. W. A. Mac-Williams.
Privileges and Elections AV. L. Tay
lor, chairman: W. T. Martin. M. L.
Ieslie, H. C. Clopton, W. II. Mapoles,
W. A. Russell. Edwin Spencer, Jr.. J.
C. Brown, J. P. Lamb.
Insurance John A. Van Valzah,
chairman; H. J. Rhoden, E. A. Wil
liams, W. L. McKinleyX L. S. Light,
Win. Majoles, E. D. Prevatt, H. L.
Bussey, W. T. Martin.
Public Roads and Highways AA". M.
Taylor, chairman; A. D. Andrews, Geo.
A. Worley. H. C. Clopton, W. L. Mc
Kin'.ey, J. A. Bryant, E. R. B. Kite, H.
C. Stanford. E. A. Wilson.
Agriculture S. H. Strom, chairman;
Geo. W. Tully, R. F. Hosford, J. B.
Lacy-' A. X. Wilson, J. A. Bryant, W.
L. McKinley, H. C. Clopton, H. J.
Claims L. A. Hendry, chairman;
Geo. A. Tully, W. A. Russell, R. R
Tomlin. E. R. B. Kite, E. A. Williams,
St. Elmo W. Acosta, March B. Barnel.
C. H. B. Fl.yd.
Indian Affairs A. X. Wilson, chair
man; P. C. Mikler, Geo. A. Worley,
Otis R. Parker, L. A. Hendry, H. L.
Bussey, S. A. Robinson, H. C. Stan
ford, W. A. MacWilllams.
State Pensions R. S. Hosford- chair
man; W. J. Feagle, W. L. Taylor. W.
J. Epperson. J. M. Sanders. H. C. Clop
ton, A. D. Andrews, "P. C. Mikler, H. J.
Temperance John S. Taylor, chair
man; T. J. Fenn, H. L. Bussey. H. C.
Stanford, St. Elmo W. Acosta, W. II.
Beauchant, A. T). Andrews, W. J. Ep
person, E- D. Prevatt.
Fisheries Otis R. Parker, chair
man: Geo. W. Tully, C. H. B. Floyd,
James McHugh. H. C. Stanford, L. A.
Hendry, A. X. AVilson., K. R. B. Kite,
John S. Taylor.
Rules J. r. 1amb, chairman; J. C.
Adkins. H. L. Bussey, W. A. Mac Wil
liams. Chas. L. Knowles. W. T. Mar
tin. Edwin Spencer, Jr., C. H. B. Floyd,
T. T. Turnbull.
Journal W. .1. Feagle, chairman;
John High, John G. Leonardy, S. A.
Robinson, Chas. L. Knowles. J. P.
Ump, J. M. Gornto, E. A. Williams,
I,. X- Howell.
Miscellaneous Legislation T. J.
Fenn. chairman; H. C. Stanford, Geo.
A. Worley, Harry, Goldstein, St. Elmo
W. Acosta. E. J. Harvill. Geo. AA. Tully.
L. C. O'Xeal, E. A. Wilson.
Organized Iabor J. C Brown,
chairman; E. R. B. Kite, St. Elmo W.
Acosta. TL R. Tomlin, Ja me McHugh,
Ceo. W. Tully, Forrest Lake, Chas. L.
Knowles. W. H. Mapoles.
Game J. M. Sanders, chairman; S.
A. Ogilbic. J. B. Lacy, R. F. Hosford,
J. A. Bryant, XVj L. McKinley, H. C.
Clopton. W. H. Beauchant, J. G.
County Officials W. A. Register,
chairman: S. A- Robinson. E. R. 15.
Kite. W. A. MacWilliams. John S. Tay
lor. St. Elmo W. A cost a, Otis R. Par-
i ker, S. O. Ogilvie, W. S. Middleton.
Live Stor k John (1. Leonardy. chair
man: P. '. Mikler. H. C. Stanford. L.
C. O'Xeal. J. - Hatcher, L. A. Hendry,
A X. Wilson, W. J. Epperson, S. A.
Railroads and TWesraphs TL R.
Tomlin, rhairman; T. J. Fenn, Glenn
Terrell, St. Elmo AV. Acosta, John
Tho only Baking Powder made
from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar
MO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE
High, W. J. Epperson, L. D. Xewland,
J. C. Brown. E. R. B- Kite.
Public Printing E. A. Williaims,
chairman; jV. H. Mapoles, John High,
W. C. Langford. A. 1. Prevatt, W. A
Russell, Marcy B. Darnell, E. J. Har
vlll, R, R. Tomlin.
City and Town Organization 'For
rest Lake, chairman; St. XClmo AA".
Acosta. James MoHng.h, AV. G. Martin,
Marcy B. Darnell. H. L. Bussey, R. AV.
Hancock, W. L. Taylor, AW L. McKin
ley. Constitutional Amendments T. T.
Turnbull, chairman; H. L. Bussey, St.
Elmo W. Acosta, Geo. A. AVorley, C. IT.
B. Floyd, R. AV. Hancock. John Van
Valzah, AV. T. Martin, Chas. L.
Enrolled Bills L. D. Xewland, chair
man; TV. L. McKinley, R. C. Mikler,
John A. Hanson, W. M. Taylor, J. M.
Gornto, John High, John S. Taylor,
Marcy B. Darnell.- -
Convicts E. R. B. Kite, chairman:
T. J. Fenn, E. J. Harvill, AA. E. Mid
dleton. W. T. Martin, AV. H. Mapoles,
A. D. Andrews, Edwin Spencer, Jr., St.
Elmo AV. Acosta.
County Organizations St. Elmo W.
Acosta, chairman; J. C. Brown, T. J.
Fenn, Harry Goldstein. James Mc
Hugh, P. C. Mikler, L. D. Xewland, W.
M. Taylor. A. X. Wilson.
Education Glenn Terrell, chairman;
R. AA. Hancock, J. C. Adkins, H. C.
Stanford. J. A. Hanson, AV. H. Beau
champ, E- A. Williams, A. X. AVilson,
J. C, Andrews.
Legislative Experises John High,
chairman; L. H. Howell, W. H. Ma
poles, E. A. AAHson, H. J. Rhoden,
Chas. L. Knowles, J. A. Bryant, A j)
Andrews, Geo. AV., Tully.
Public Health W- E. MiJdlcton,
chairman; S. A. Robinson. Marcy B.
Darnell. AA". L. Taylor. James MfHugh,
E. D. Prevatt. J. M. Sanders, AV. T.
Martin, J. C. Adkins.
Mining and Phosphate J. B. Steph
ens, chairman; Edwin Spencer, Jr., P.
C. Mikler, S. A. Robinson, J. C. Hatch
er. R. R. Tomlin, Otis R- Parker, L. A.
Hendry, A. X. Wilson.
State Institutions AV. a. Russell,
chairman: J. A. Bryant. T. J. Fenn,
8. D. Dupree, W. J. Feagle, W. H.
Beauehamp, J. E. Stevens, W. J. Ep
person, C H. B. Floyd.
Census and Apportionment L. S.
Light, chairman: C. II. B. Floyd, W. L.
Taylor, E. A. AVilson. AV. H. Mapoles,
R. R. Tomlin. IT. C. Clopton, H. I
Bussey, Forrest Lake.
Engrossed Bills AV. H- Mapoles,
chairman; E. D. Prevatt. L. M. Griffin,
Jr., J. M. Sanders. AA". S. Middleton, A.
W. Miller, W. J. Epperson, Geo. A.
AA'orley, J. A. Hanson.
Militia and State Troops Marcy B.
Darnell, chairman: C. H, B. Floyd. Geo.
A. Worley. AV. A. MacWilliams. 11. R.
Tomlin, Chas. L. Knowles, Forrest
SPOTTED FEVER CURE
SOUGHT BY SURGEON
J? iV J,-J' ,
Dr. Lunsford D. Fricks.
Bill to Create the Territory
Of West Florida Is Expected
(Continued from First Page.)
f-iet between committees would be j
done away with. j
POLITICIANS LIKE IT. 1
' AVith the introduction of the bill of!
Senator Johnson of Suwannee to re
district the state and provide for the
fr-urth congressional district, specula
tion naturally became rife as to the
attitude members of the delegation at
AVashington would take toward his
bill- The general opinion is that the
measure will meet their approval for
the following reasons:
Frank Clark will hold the measure';
In favor because the Johnson plan j
takes from him the counties in which
Ms opposition is strongest, including!
Duva.1 and the East Coast counties of i
the Everglades section, while he re- I
tains his strong counties of Alachua,
his home, Bradford and Suwannee, and
takes ih other counties in which farm
ers predominate. Clark has always
been strong with the farming element.
Claude L'Engle. as a citizen of Jack
sonville, would "be thrown into the new
district, the counties cf which gave
him a large vote, and would have no
reason frir complaint. It is believed,
and "Uncle Steve" Sparkman and Em
met t AVilson would not be disturbed in
their respective districts. However,
there is no counting on the political
r.iind. and lightning may strike in the
r.eighborho-l of Tallahassee before the
question is settled.
Representative E. R. B. Kite, of Ala
chua county, promises to be one of the
live wires in tho house, in which he
has many friends. Mr. Kite's particu
lar hobby" is the establishment of the
new county of Santa, Fe, which' would
cut slices off Alachua. Bradford. Put
nam and Clay. Mr. Kite is going to
make a hard fight for the realization
of his dream on this subject.- and it
will undoubtedly prove an interesting
one. One of his pet biils is that for
regulating contracts of surety 'between
common carriers and their employes
and sureties upon such contracts and
Fixing penalties for violation. His bill
is similar to that in foiv.e in old A'ir
ginia, and is one of the strongest of
the kind yet enacted by any state.
A YOUNG MEMBER.
Among the youngest members of the
lower house is Hon. J. C. Adkins, of
Alvchua. a brother of State Senator
Adkins of Bradford, who is a worthy
running mate for his older brother.
This is Mr. Adkins's first trip to Talla
hassee as a public servant, and every
indication is that he is going to make
a good record. Among his most im-
A-ictor. Montana, April 11. A daily " lo t,w"e -
. i i ships to the Florida State College for
facing of" horrible death has bean
cheerfully undertaken by Dr. Lunsford
D. Fricks. surgeon for the U. S. Ma
rine hospital and public health ser
vice. He has come here to carry on
in the Bitter Root valley the work
started by the late Dr. T. B. McClin
tock, who died of the "spotted fever"
he was trying t(j eradicate.
This disease is highly infectious and
I in most cases fatal. It is communi
cated by a tick which lives on the
bodies of wild and domestic animals.
In efforts to exterminate the insect
great nvnnhers of ground squirrels have
been killed, while domestic animals
have been sprayed with a solution cal
culated to kill the. insect.
Dr. Fricks is about forty years old.
He is accompanied by his wife and
TO IMPROVE HARBOR.
St. Thomas. D. AV. I., Aprilll. Ex
tensive harbor improvements are to be
begun here immediately in anticipa
tion of the opening of the Panama
A contractor with a staff of skilled
workmen and quantities of material
Public Buildings R. W. Hancock, arrived tnaay rroin opennagen to oe-
chairman: C. II. B. Flovd. W. A. Res-- i "in Ule work.
ister. Harry Goldstein, J. C. Adkins, S.
I. Dupree, AA". A. MacWilliams, S. A.
Robinson. J. P. Ta.mh.
Finance and Taxation Harry Gold
stein, chairman; L. S. Light, XV. J.
Epperson. James McITugh, A. D. An
drews, T. J. Fenn. R. AA". Hancock, AA.
A- MacWilliams, IT. C. Stanford.
Appropriations L. C. Yager, chair
man; J. A. Bryant. S. H. Strom, AV. J.
Epperson, A. D. Andrews, John High,
AV. H. Mapoles. '
Forestry AV. L. McKinley, ehair-
Iman; E. J. Harvill, T. J. 1'onn, M. L.
Leslie, L. S. Light, J. B. Lacy, D.
Xewland. A. AA". Miller, S. H. Strom.
Canals and Drninoire H. 1. Bussey,
chairman: IT. C. Stanford. R. W. Han
cock, J. A. Hancock, L. A. Hendry,
John S. Taylor. AA". A. Russell, Geo- A.
Morley, J. A. Hatcher.
Governor's Message and Administra
tive Reports J. C. Adkins, chairmaji:
Fdwin Spencer. Jr., H. L. Bussey, T. T.
Turnbull, XV. C. Langford, C. TI. B.
Floyd, R. XV. Hancock, J. P. Umli,
R. R. Tomlin.
County Roads and Bridge? Geo. W.
Tully, chairman; R. F. Hosford, AV. L.
Taylor, E. J. Han 111, W. J. Feagle, J.
C. Adkins. J. A. Hatcher, L. S. Light,
A. D. Andrews.
Immigration Cvf. L. Leslie, chair
man: TI. A. Williams. Chas. L. Knowles, j
John S. Taylor. Glenn Terrell. A. W. )
Miller, XV. E. Middleton, AV. C. Lang-!
ford, J. M. Sanders. .
Lumber and Naval Stores AA . IT.
Eeauchamp. chairman; A. D. Andrews. I
T A Kn-anf. S. T" Dunree. W. J. Kn- i
person, T. J. Fenn, J. A. Hatcher, AA'.
S- Middleton. S. A. Ogilvie.
NtllHER THE SENATE OR
HOUSE HOLD A SESSION
QUININE AND IRON--THE MOST
EFFECTUAL GENERAL TONIC
Grova'a Tasteless CH ill Tonic Combines
both in Tasteless form- The Quinine
drives out Malaria and the Iron
builds up the System. For -Adults
Tou know what you .re taking when
you take GROA'E'S TASTELESS chill
TOXIC, recognized for Z) years
throughout the South as the standard
Malaria, Chill and Fever Remedy and
General Strengthening Tonic. It is
as strong as the strongest Mtter tonic,
bat you do not taste the bitter because
the ingredients do not dissolve in the
mouth but d-,4 dissolve readily in the
elds of the stomach. Guaranteed by
your Druggist. AA'e mean it. 50c.
RELIEVES PAIN AND HEALS
AT THE SAME TIME
The Wonderful. Old Reliable Dr. Por
ter's Antiseptic Healing Oil. An
Antiseptic Surgical Dressing dis
covered by an Old R. R. Sur
geon. Prevents Blood Poison-
AVashington, April 11. Xeithcr the
senate nor the house was in session today-
The senate will reconvene to
morrow r-iiicl the house Monday.
Thp?e Rvw.eri onre childless, jiott hsppy and
pliv--iMUy well -with healthy rhildrenwill tell how
I-Tfiia E. rinKhum Vegetable Compound made
fill ( hia possible. Here are the names and correct
i'lresses wrim tlim if rnu want to. ami learn
f r yourself. They are only a few out of many
" Onr first nabv is
233&g$Ma strong and healthy and
KJwyr yma attribute this re--v
-v:; ?1 suit to the timely usa
ftl mi ?-P&J of your Compound."
Wv'.:- 0sji Mrs. Feed ohA-NX,
':'v:'Xi-iS Kent, Oregon.
tfvrfWa " oxrt m? Mfe n
fx? 'WAApXn--Ml my baby's good health
S&ll to W Compound."-
P-lP--Mm K. F. IX, Xo. 2, Troy,
fefeS T , " 1 havp three cliil-
v.Vv-.;.v.--.aj Itil'l J-J"
S':5i:S Cotnpcnud eaehtime."
-fi I rs. JoHJ" WARP,
Thousands of families know it al
readv, and a trial will convince you
that DR. PORTER'S AXTISEPTIC
HEAIJXG OIL. is the most wonderful
remedy ever discovered for AA'ounds,
Burns, Old Sores. Ulcers, Carbuncles,
Granulated Eye Lids, Sore t oat.
Skin or Scalp Diseases and all wounds
and external diseases whether slight
or serious. Continually people are
finding new uses for this famous old
remedy. Guaranteed by your druggist.
AA'e mean it. 25c, 50c, $1.00.
There is Only One "BROMO QUININE". That is LAXATIVE BROMO QUI
NTXE. Look for signature of E. AA. G ROA'E on every box. Cures a Cold Jn
VII 1U'. -SCV (A"V.)j
WANT ESTABLISHMENT OF
FEDERAL MARKET BUREAU j
AVashington, April 11. The commit- j WpgL
tee selected in Chicago yesterday to j VtesXi
... .. !
urge upon t'resiaent Wilson tne es- t
tablishment of a federal bureau of
markets, is expected, to secure attention I
during the present session of congress,
for bills now pending to create the
proposed new division in the agricul
tural department. Senator Hoke Smith
has again introduced the bill which
has twice passed the senate, but which
was finally lost last session when a
conference committee dropped it from
the agricultural appropriation bill. ;
The Smith bill would create a per
manent division for the gathering
and distribution of produce market
news and the study of co-operative anj
commercial marketing methods. The
start toward this end was made in
the last congress when an appropria
tion of .'O.000 was secured for the pur
" A. -- -":
tlebai. . '
A. La.. .. -;7
I have ot
r saw." Mrs.
JnwrN-. 1012 S.
vry husband li'o
iest man alive'.
' Mrs. CtAE
" ""fariK ! 1
Women and the University of Florida
from each senatorial district, the ap-I-ointm.ents
to be made by the senators
i'ud representatives of the respective
districts. Educational advancement,
and particularly in the rural districts,
is one of his hoibies. lie also has an
excellent bill for the abolition of "'blind
tigers," with which many dry coun
ties are infested, and another to fix
lia-bitity for the wrongful death of
minors in railway and other accidents.
The present law touching this import
ant subject is woefully defecti"e.
HAS GOOD MATERIAL.
Speaker Farris is fortunate in hav
ing good material for his two Judi
ciary committees, which are composed
of some of the best lawyers of the
state, although a majority of them are
legal lights of the younger set. Young
men with red corpuscles prevail in the
lower body. AA". a. MacAVilliams of St.
Johns county, as chairman of judiciary
A, is properly placed, for not a man
in either house is better versed in leg
islative or legal matters. Mr. MacAVil
liams is the oldest man in point of
service in the house and he has served
with distinction in the senate also.
Charles L. Knowles of Key West, heads
judiciary B, and he is another legis
lator of wide experience. The two com
mittees are composed of such other
lawyers as W. T. Martin. C H. B.
Floyd, Glenn Terrell, Kdwin Spencer,
Jr.. L. A. Hendry. AV. A. AVilliams. Jas.
McHugh, T. T. Turnbull. J. C. Adkins,
IT. I Bussey, George A. Worley. J. P.
Lamb, J. M. Gornto, Otis R- Parker, AV.
V. Langford and S. H. Strom.
WANT COUNTY DIVIDED.
Headed by F. P. Forster, as commander-in-chief,
and Thos. K. Bates
as secretary general, what Is known 3
the "standing army of Sanford" lsr
making a hard fight for the division of
productive Orange county, the county
seat of which is Orlando, citizens of
which oppose the movement. The new
county, is ce tabiished, will bear the
historic name of "Seminole." Before
going to the fra.y each morning, offi
cers and "high privates" of the cru
saders gather inspiration and strength
from devouring liberal quantities of
the far-famed Sa.nford celery and list
ening to serial addresses on the "gold
enness of the future" by Bob Holley.
editor of the twice-a-week Sanford
Herald. The battle forces at present
consist of the following- prominent peo
ple: Chairman, F. P. Forster; secre
tory. Thos. K. Bates: Robert J. Holley,
W." IT. Garner, W. J. Hill, Charles
Hand, T. E. AVilson, AA. R. Healey of
I.ongwood, IT. McLawlin, George TI.
Fcrnald and wife. AV. AV. J. Thigpen,
Joe Cameron. Fr.mk L. AA'oodruff. T
P. McCullen, W. II. Shelby. A. T. Ros
setter. II. C. Dtibose. D. I. Thrasher,
H. E. Tolar and wife. B. F. Whitner, j
V P. Connally. E. E. Brady, J. T. Mc- j
'in. E. A. Douglass, O. F. Smith and !
. Unless the legislators "vote
" the army will well, the army j
' """he forces from the Orlando I
re also increasing, and Talla- j
'olice department, consisting!
i-n .Tiered bluecoats, may j
Special Underwear Sale Tonight
From 7 to 9
4Cc Brassier 29c
35c Corset Covers 26c
50c Corset Covers 42c.
35c Drawers 25c
75c Gowns 49c
$1.50 GoAvns 9Sc
New Ready-to-Wear and Millinery Store,
a 124 South Palafox St.
ALONZO RICHARDSON & COMPANY
Certified Public Accountants
A Staff of Thoroughly Qualified Accountants. Whose Experience Erb
Them to Make a Critical Analysis of Books and Accounts.
American National Bank B;-!c
Correspondence Solicited. PENSACOLA. FLA. '
atson, Parker Reese Co.
Everything to Wear.
The Largest Distributers of "Merchandise at Retail
in "West Florida.
XeAer be persuaded to
are doing- your work its (
( The Burrow Press
H. E. Eldridge, M. D.
Chronic Diseases. Female Diseases and
Diseases of Children and Ola People.
Nervous diseases a specialty.
Residence 310 AV. Chase. Phone 145 1.
Office. 101 X. Palafox. Phone. 566.
OFFICE 401 American National Bank
Buy Your Meats From
and save 20 to 30 per
cent on your bills.
W. T. Waters.
117 N. Palafox.
A. J. Keyrt.
L. C. Phillips, Ph. M. M. D.
Diseases of children and general prac
tice. If you have not taken Homeopathic
Medication for your complaint, your best
effort Is yet to be made. Office 308-309
Blount Bldg. Phone 65. Residence 1122
East Gadsden. Phone 1614.
DR. J. L. INGRAM.
CLASSES CORRECTLY FITTED.
LENSES DUPLICATED WHILE YOU
10 South Palafox.
With Will C. Diffentlerfor.
T. G. YATES. M. D.
410 Blount Building.
Twenty years' experience as an Eye
Specialist. Examination free.
H. G. DeSILVA & CO.
Sash. Doors and Blinds.
Rought and Dressed Lumber.
Phone 11 and 1807.
North Palafox Street.
HOFFMAN'S PRICE LIS
And save on your grocery
bills. Two Stores.
E. O. Hoffman & Son
DR. J, B. TILLER,
310 Blount Building.
Office Phone 86. Residence Phone 41. :
MARSTON & QUINA.
West Florida's Oldest Furr:tu-e
Exclusive Agents Globe-Wr,--i::.?
JOHN S. BEARD
Atterney and Counsellor at Law. Practice
In all the courts, state and federal. Of
fices. 400-401 Thlesen Building. Pensacola
'IN THE HEART Or PEN5AC0-A
The Central Pharmacy.
LEE LUMBER CO.,
Estimates Cheerfully FurnTslied
Mill and Office, Cor. Gregory and 15th
Avenue. Phone 310.
The Home of the
Re-nald's Music Houne. j
119 S. Palafox St., PpnssceU "i
MAYES PRINTING CO.
PRINTERS FOR PARTICULAR
17-19 West Government St. Phone 181
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T. GERF.rrS. Pres.
IL.E. Nobles &C
"Your Money's Worth or Yoj'
I Hart Schaffner & Mar:
; Suits and Overcoats.
; Savoy and Emery RM-t
Knox. Stetson and Bonsr
Banister and Walk-Ovr ' "' .,
'Dr. Delmel's Celebrated Hes : rU
C9 South Pslaffj.
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amount to apprt
the remainder of
If-ft in trust for his
Frank MoGwa, wh
the United States ma
he is 3j j'ears old, and t.
condition that he leave-service.
By the ft k v..
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Pensacola Lodge, N0.--4. I. O. O. F.
Vnsacola Lodge, No. C I. O. O. F..
."-rv Thurfdav at 8:9 p. m.. in
ii i ii iinil "v-rner tvHyif n ana oeimuni
Phone 154 for Pure Mi:V t '
"Made In Pensacola."
A perfectly balanced ra
tion that will increase your
ow's .milk. Manufactured
The M. F. Gonzalez Co.,
te 28. 12ap
Shoes Half-Soled In M v
Called Fsr and D!!vere
511 South Palafox
Tf von miss vour Vi
o'clock, and one xvni
livered you by special c