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Section Three.
THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 20, 1913.
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The: :
Trump,
Here's a Snappy Shoe
Tan Russia or Patent
Colt- a high arch com
fortable swing last that
will fit the foot like a
glove.
"English" styles here
too, along with dozens
of other new shapes.
$2.50 and up to $6.50
The John White Store
209-211 South Palafox Street.
"Florida's Leading Clothiers."
G-r-o-w-I-e-r-s
and
C-r-a-w-l-e-r-s
"The four wheeled cab lr
London are called growler from
the surly manner of the driver,
and crawler from their slow
pace." So said the Nineteenth
Century Magazine.
It has been almost universally
remarked In Pensacola that the
courtesy and attention of this
store puts a good face before
every one who does honor us
with a visit.
It goes ' without saying that
courtesy and down to the minute
business methods do not go or
come on slow feet.
Keep a'eomtng 'twill
both you and us alike.
please
B
ALL JT NOVELTY
00K CO. a:
Stationers, Office Outfitters.
Prion 912.
L. E. Nobles &Co.
"Your Money's Worth . or Your Money
Back."
Agents for
Hart Schaffner&Marx
Suits and Overcoats.
Savoy and Emery Shirts.
Knox, Stetson and Bonar Hats.
Banister and Walk-Over Shoes.
Dr. Delmel's Celebrated Health Under
wsar. 29 South Palafox.
PHONE 790.
Babcock
Buggies
York Safes, Paints; Etc.
PAINT WITHOUT OIL
"Powdrpaint" (Pat.)
This WONDERFUL
Paint we are SELLING SO
MUCH of. Weather and
Fireproof, saving of 75 per
cent. All colors. Will not
fade.
Call and let us explain
and Show you the RE
MARKABLE DURABIL
ITY of this paint, exposed
to water. See EXPOSED
WEATHER boards in show
window. A call will be av
preciated. "Powdrpaint," 18th year.
W. R. JOHNSON CO.
W. Romana & Baylen Sts.
Phone 346.
Bonita Theatre
defined Photoplays
EXPENSES OF
SCHOOL BOARD
DUUG APRIL
WARRANTS, DRAWN DURING THE
MONTH. TO WHOM AND FOR
WHAT PURPOSE.
MARSTON & QUINA,
West Florida's Oldest Furniture
House.
Exclusive Agents Globe-Wernicke
Boole Cases.
Read The Journal's Want
Ads and Profit thereby.
The following; is the financial state
ment of the board of puttie Instruc
tion, Escarribla county, month en din:
April 1, 1913:
Receipts.
Balance in American Na
tional Bank . $ 627.10
Balance In Pensacola, State
Bank 21,398.04
A. S. Edwards 6.50
J. . Roberts, taxes. 1911.... 111.77
J. S. Roberta, taxes, 1912...". 2,628.64
Disbursements.
Mrs. Annie E. Bowman,
teachers' salary
Mrs. Emma Stephens, teach
ers salary-
Martin Crary, Janitor No. 9..
James McGibbona, recording;
deeds
A. S. Edwards, superintend
ent's salary
E. R. Booker, supplies No. 69
Ella Goldsmith. Janitor No. 27
Miss Sadie Coley, teachers
salary .
Miss Flora Cox, teachers'
salary
Miss Ora Benton, teachers'
salary
Mrs. Anna M. Moore, teach
ers' salary
Miss Dora Clark, teachers'
salary
Mrs. E. Stephens, teachers
salary .........
Mrs. Nora I. Fowler. teach
ers' salary . 60.00
Howard Williams, teachers'
salary
Miss Sena Coley, teachers
salary
Mrs. D. W. Bowman, teach
ers salary
Lillian Oliver, teachers' sal
ary ..
Eva A. Bryant, teachers' salary
Ella Goldsmith, teachers'
salary . ..
S. A. Garrett, wood No. 20..
J. -,W. Crary, attending two
meeting's of board
"W. S. Cawthon, teachers' sal
ary jC. .
T. A. Berradaile, teachers'
salary
Wm. Taylor, teachers' sal
ary Miss Maude Suter, teachers'
salary
Miss Jvlary M. Blitch, teach
ers' salary
Miss Sarah E. Donaldson,
teachers' salary
Miss Josle Loftin, teachers'
salary ......... ..........
Miss Pauline Reese, teachers'
salary i. . v
Miss Ethel Suter, .teachers'
salary ..........
Mrs. S. U. Samper, teachers
salary
Miss Bud .Day. teachers'
salary ..' -
Mrs. Bertha I Crawford,
teachers' salary ,
Miss Ethel Clark, teachers'
salary ......... ..........
Miss Vlririnia Snyder, teach
ers' salary
Miss Katherine "Went worth,
teachers salary
Miss Alice Henderson, teach- ,
ers' salary I......
Miss Ethel Quarles, teach
ers' salary
Miss Virginia Phillips, teach
ers' salary -
Mlsa Ala "White, teachers'
salary
Miss Eola Williams, teachers
salary ... .
Miss Clara Jacobi, teachers'
salary
Miss Occie Cluhfbs, teachers
salary
Miss Francis Christie, teach
ers' salary
Miss Cora Dunn, teachers'
salary
Miss Emma Chandler, teach
ers' salary
Mrs. E. J. Wilson, teachers'
salary
Miss E. I Thornton, teach
ers salary ...............
Miss Allle Ynlestra, teach
ers salary
Miss Annie Mae Hal teach
ers' salary
Miss Ellie G. Wentworth,
teachers' salary
Miss Fannie Henderson,
teachers salary ...
Miss Mayme Freeman, teach
ers salary
Miss Katherine, teachers sal
ary Miss Florence Ms-gins, teach
ers' salary
Miss Edith Oliver, teachers
salary
Miss Oetavia G. Chairs,
teachers' salary
Miss Annie E. McMillan,
teachers salary
Miss Sadie Fell, teachers
salary
Miss Ethel Brouffhton, teach
ers salary
Miss Hazel Atsingw, teach
ers' salary
Mrs. Annie K. Suter, teach
ers' salary
Mrs. Bessie T. Wilson, teach
ers' salary
Miss Lucia Spencer, teachers
salary -
Mtes Marie Wales, teachers
salary
Miss Flora Freeman, teaehers
salary ......... .......
Miss Lela Abercrombia,
teachers salary
Miss Marion .Spencer, teach
ers' salary
Miss Li da Tippin, teachers
ft jy fli-1 ftry
Miss Olive Andrews, teach
ers salary
Miss MaJ.'garett. teachers' sal- .
ary
60.00
45.00
5.00
9.60
125.50
2.85
10.00
60.00
76.00
49.00
45.00
45.00
45.00
60.00
50.00
55.00
84.00
24.75
10.00
2.00
24.00
200.00
125.00
150.00
75.00
75.00
75.00
76.00
125.00
60.00
60.00
60.00
55.00
65.00
65.00
65.00
65.00
65.00
65.00
65.00
65.00
65.00
50.00
50.00
55.00 i
75.00
80.00
C0.00
60.00
50.00
50.00
60.00
60.00
65.00
50.00
50.00
50.00
65.00
60.00
50.00
50.00
70.00
50.00
50.00
87.50
50.00
40.00
50.00
60.00
65.00
60.00
Miss E&gh BrasselL tr sob
ers salary ......... ......
Miss Dora SuIMvan, teachers'
salary
Mrs. Frank D. Tracy, teach
ers salary . . . .
Miss Adele Williamson,
teachers salary
Miss Ila Henderson, teachers
salary .........
Miss Inez Herrlngrton. teach
ers salary
Miss. Alice Freeman, teach
ers' salary ...............
Mrs. A. W. McReynolds,
teachers' salary
Mrs. Jas. T. Geralds, teach
ers salary
Miss Mat tie Tent, teachers'
salary
Miss Minta L. Godwin, teach
ers salary
Miss Fena Tent, teachers'
salary
Mrs. S. H. Collins, teachers'
salary
Miss Eva Waters, teachers'
salary
Miss Kate HalL teachers'
salary
Miss Marion Anderson, teach
ers salary .
Miss Angelina Tent, teachers'
salary
Mrs. Geo. Marble, teachers
salary
Mrs. J. W. Spencer, teachers
salary
J. M. Tate, teachers salary. .
Miss Claudia Coker, teachers'
fi&l&r y
Miss Jennie Merrftt, teachers'
salary
Miss Nellie Grant, teachers'
salary
E. , D. Burroug-hs, . teachers
Sal&q y -. .........
W. B. Jemlgan, tea ah ers
SAlry .
Miss Sadie Coley, teachers'
salary
Miss Maggie Beard, teachers'
salary '.
M3ss Inez Walker, teachers'
salary ..'
Miss Beda Mays, teachers'
alary .
E. A. Mason, teachers' salary
Miss Mary Crary, teachers
salary .......
Miss Kate Coley, teachers
alary
H. Guy, teaohers salary.'"
Mlsa Jessie Kelly, teachers'
salary
Miss Grace Renfroe. teach
ers salary ......... ......
Miss Annie 3D. Harrison,
teachers' salary
Miss Flora Cox, teachers
salary
Miss Myrtle Nlpe, teachers'
salary ; .
Miss Mae Wllkerson, teach
ers' salary
Mrs. Laura B. wminTn.
teachers' salary
Miss Ora Benton, teachers
salary ,
Mrs. D. W. Bowman. tMr.Tn-
ers salary
S. B. Purdy, teachers' salarv
Mrs. S. B. Purdv. teacher'
salary
M. C. Tyler, teachers salary
.osepn t:. Foley, teachers'
salary .
Miss Allie Brewton, teachers
salary
Miss Bessie Baggett, teach
ers salary
Miss Escambia Jones, teach
ers' salary
Miss Myrtle I. .inline.
teachers' salary
Mrs. Ida M. Andrews, teach-
eTs salary
D. L. Harrell. teachers' al
ary
Miss L. Rose Baker, teachers'
salary ....
MiSS Maggie S. Rnhm-tMnn
teachers' salary
Miss Clara Rumble, teachers'
salary .
Howard Williams, teachers
salary
Miss Carrie Hudson, teachers'
salary
Miss W. B. Downlnr. teach
ers salary
Miss Alice Scott.
salary
Mrs. Gertrude Swmnnf
teachers' salary
Mies Ava McNeil, teachers
salary
Mrs. Annie Barker, teachers'
alary -
Miss Irene Glenn, teachers'
salary
Miss Ida Kimmons, teachers
salary
Miss Irene Ezeil, teachers
salary
Miss Irene Brewer, teachers'
salary
Miss .Mary Teal, teachers
salary
Miss Edna Dorsey, teachers'
salary
Miss Viola McLellan. teach
ers salary
MJss Nora Weahley, teachers
. salary
Miss Wilibel McDonald,
teachers' salary
Miss Genevieve H. Blow,
teachers' salary
Miss Erma L. Ellis, teachers
salary
Miss Sena Coley, teachers'
salary
Miss Maggie Coley, teachers'
-salary
Miss Margie Ray, teachers'
salary ;
Miss Leonard Gates, teach
ers fl3.fljry
Li A. Klrksey, teachers
alary .........
W. N. M. Bennett, teachers
salary
Lottie M. Culp, teachers sal
ary Gertrude L. Burton, teachers'
salary
A. S. Williams, teachers'
salary
Mamie F. Stewart, teachers'
salary
Ketous T. Thompson, teach
ers salary
M. R. Watts, teachers' salary
R. L. Washington, teachers
salary
Mabel Simon, teachers' salary
R. Stewart, teachers salary
Delia Campbell, teachers' sal
ary D. L. Patterson, teachers' sal
ary Alice F. Bradley, teachers'
salary
Malvlna A. Morris, teachers'
salary ....... .............
60.00
40.00
65.00
50.00
50.00
47.50
2.50
62.50
2.50
. 50.00
50.00
60.00
65.00
50.00
60.00
45.00
60.00
17.50
2.50
120.00
60.00
60.06
50.06
6250
75.00
50.00
50.00
60.00
40.00
60.00
60.00
50.00
60.00
40.00
60.00
.60.00
75.00
50.00
60.00
45.00
40.00
60.00
50.00
45.00
50.00
60.00
30.50
S. A. COSUUCH.
WIDELY KIWI
' HERE JS DEAD
WAS AT ONE TIME AGENT FOR
GULF TRANSIT CO, DEATH OC
CURRED IN NEW ORLEANS,
WHERE HE WAS IDENTIFIED
WITH PORTS SHIPPING.
2.50
50.00
40.00
65.00
60.00
45.00
60.00
40.00
50.00
40.00
50.00
40.00
45.00
50.00
45.00
50.00
40.00
60.00
65.00
50.00
60.00
60.00
75.00
60.00
50.00
60.00
27.50
22.50
60.00
40.00
85.00
50.00
42.30
45.00
44.55
45.00
45.00
45.00
33.30
13.50
55.00
45.00
45.00
45.00
45.00
Captain S. A. Cosulich, at one time
a resident of this city where he was
widely known, died Thursday in New
Orleans where he went from Pensacola
upon resigning here as general agent
for the Gulf Transit Company. He
was succeeded by J. B. Roberts, Leav
ing; here, he moved his family to New
Orleans, where he became general
manager of the Austro-American
Steamship Line. He was 66 years old.
Concerning his death the Picayune
of New Orleans printed the fol'owing:
Simon A. Cosulich.
After a six months' illness Simon AT
Cosulich, New Orleans agent for the
Austro-American Steamship Company,
died yesterday evening at the Hotel
Dieu. Heart trouble is given as the
cause. Deceased was 65 years of age.
He was a native of Lussiupiooolo. Aus
tria, and came to Cew Orleans some
twenty-live years ago. A son, Gilbert
Cosulich, is a newspaper man, and was
connected at various times with sev
eral New Orleans dailies.
Taken ill over six months ago, Mr.
Cosulich suffered with a lingering ail
ment. He was confined to his bed at
the hospital His death occurred at
9:40 o'clock yesterday evening.
Mr. Cosulich was well known and
liked In local commercial circles. He
held a very responsible position as the
New Orleans agent for the old-estab
lished Austro-American line of steam
ships. He was a close friend of F.
Hlndermann. the Austrian consul, and
leaves scores of other acquaintances,
Mr. Hlndermann describes the de
ceased as a virile, aggressive business
man, despite his advanced years.
Deceased was a couslng of CalUsto
Cosulich, one of the owners of the
Austro-American line. Callisto Cosu
lich,' whose headquarters are at Trieste,
Austria, was one of the leading spirits
of the Austro-American concern. It
was he who helped build the steam
ship business up to the present stand
ard. His cousin, Simon, was appoint
ed some years age as New Orleans
representative, and as such handled a
large part of the steamship company's
business throughout th Seouth.
Mr. Cosulich had offlces at 318 Ca-
rondelet, with Captain Frank A. Dan
iels. He is survived by his wlfe-atnd
a son and daughter, air. uosuiicn nas
surviving relatives in Austria.
The funeral will take place at 5
o'clock this afternoon at the parlors of
Mrs. Thomas E. Lynch.
y
Th
T
n
e L,ewis near
Wholesale Grocers
Co.
Telephones 16 and 17.
Cor. Palafox and Main Sts.
V. L. Leggett, teachers' sal
ary
V. B. Sewart, teachers salary
J. V. Devaughn, teachers' sal
ary
Llllie L. Bragg, teachers'
salary
Chas, E. McFarlin, teachers'
salary -
Eulise Allen, teachers' salary
Fannie R. Marshall, teachers'
salary
Ella M. Lucas, teachers' sal
ary
A. M. Devaughn, teachers'
salary .........
Ruby G. Wilson, teachers, sal
ary
Annie B. Marshall, teachers
salary
L. R. Stewart, teachers' sal-
salary
S. J. Goode. teachers salary
H. B. Palmar, teachers' sal
ary
Mary I. Marshall, teachers
salary
W. A. Jones, teachers' salary
Carrie Sims, teachers salary
Etta V. Foster, teachers' sal
ary
Winifred T. Nixon, teachers'
salary
Lela J. Hicks, teachers' sal
ary
Peltie T. Mills, teachers sal
ary
Ida Jones, teachers' salary..
M. L. Palmer, teachers' salary
Agnes M. Smith, teacners"
salary
Elizabeth Jones, teachers'
salary
Sarah R. Jones, teachers
salary
Bella I Hicks, teachers' sal
ary
A. S. Edwards, superiniend-
ent's salary
Geo. W. Howes, superintend
ent building No. 1
F. E. Braiwner, a ttendlng one
meeting
D. J. Hayes, attending one
meeting
W. Crary, attending board
meeting
Marion Simpson, Janitor No.
1
John Scott, Janitor No. 2..
Daisy Anderson, Janitor No.
35
Katie Scott, Janitor No. 40..
PhLlIis Jackson, Janitor No.
41
Amelia Wynn. Janitor No. 43
Walker Thomas, Janitor No.
70
Fred Scott, Janitor No. 74..
Miss Irene Brewer for Jan
itor No. 4
Miss Noia Weakley, for Jan
itor TCo. 79
MJss Flora Cox, for Janitor
No. 16
J. M. Tate, for Janitor No. 5
Southern Bell Telephone Co.,
rent
R. Allen, janitor. P. H. S
Moore Ice Co.. supplies. No. 31
J. F. Pierce, Wood No. 82...
C. R. Higdon, supplies No. 37
Export Fuel and Ice Co.,
coal No. 1 .................
60.00
45.00
45.00
45.00
50.00
45.00
45.00
45.00
50.00
45.00
J
45.00
50.00
45.00
45.00
45.00
50.00
45.00
60.00
45.00
45.00
45.00
45.00
40.00
45.00
40.00
45.00
40.00
175.00
60.00
4.00
4.00
12.00
80.00
40.00
10.00
25.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
12.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
4.00
40.00
1.25
1.-50
10.95
21.15
Pensacola, Fla., Apr. 20, 1913.
Dear Mr. Merchant:
Cotton planting time is here. The farmers and you undoubtedly number
a great many of them among your customers are beginnig to look around for
seed for planting.
Are you prepared to supply the farmer's needs in cotton seed; the kind of
seed you can afford to sell?
We -can highly recommend and offer the guarantee of the producer of
"Simplrin's Prolific Seed."
This seed is grown in North Carolina (out of the boll weevil belt) and is
the most prolific and hardy that can be obtained. It withstands the boll wee
vil better than any other seed yet produced.
&ee us about 'bimpkins' Proline, which come in 3-bushel sacks,
which will make a bigger, better, trade for you the longer you sell them.
Respectfully,
THE LEWIS BEAR CO.
and
Mary L Marshall, wood No.
19 -.
Joe Petri, wood No. 69
The Kektograph Mfg. & Dup.
Co
Walker Anderson, insurance
Mayes Printing Co., office
supplies
William Scott, wood No. 32..
C. C. Cay lor, wood No. 28...
P. R. Pearl, fixtures to No. 1
W. L. Godwin, wood No. 11..
jBall, Book & Novelty Co,
office supplies
H. G. DeSilva. supplies to No.
2 and 1
Wicke Bros, repairs to Nos.
1 and 1
E. D. Burroughs, wood No. 7
W. A- DVAlemfberte, chemicals.
I Js"
Jack Johnson, wood No. 87.
W. A. Ray Hardware Co,
supplies to Nos. SI and 1..
Forbes, Quigley & Morgan,
supplies No. 1
Remington Typewriter Co,
rfbbons, P. II. S.
Jos. McVoy & Co, supplies.
No. 86
Escambia Light anl Power
Co, light No. 1
Pensacola Gas Co, gas,
p. H. rs
Burrow Press, stationery for
office
Xt F. Waldroup, wood "No. 43
Southern States Business Col
lege, circulars
Geo. Gibson, supplies No. 72..
Escambia Light & Power Co,
light, P. H. S.
R. C. Booker, wood No. 24....
A. M. De Loach, supplies to
No. 73
Henry Byrd. supplies No. 8...
Hlcks-Reager Lumber Co,
supplies No. 34 ............
Southern States Lumber Co,
crayon No. 16,.
Ashe Disinfectant Co, floor
Oil
A. S. Edwards, superintend
ent's expense bill
H. E. Melton disinfecting city
schools .
J. Ed Williams, commissions
H. E. Melton, disinfecting
Tate F. Taylor, wood No. 38
S. J. Welch, architect, Nos. 3,
35 and 41
R. L. Polk, city directory ..
Lela J. Hicks, wood No. 42..
J. R. Parker & Co, for clean
ing, etc. No. 57
Daniel Brown, rent and wood.
No. 32
T. F. Westmark. wood No. 26
J. L. Godwin, wood No. 47..
Board of bond trustees, pav
ing lots 20 to 24 ;
M. C. Burnett, salary as
teacher
Interest warrants
1.60
6.00
1.00
12.00
8.25
2.00
3.00
4.60
3.00
4.05
7.05
6.70
.75
1.00
1.50
9.96
3.95
8.50
1.95
3.48
.30
11.75
i.eo
1.25
8.60
1.00
1.75
9.40
1.20
6.25
6.67
71.60
123.57
8.50
20.72
7.50
7.50
11.50
13.25
k 3.75
4.00
69.78
50.00
625.00
PENSY-PLAZY
Opera House
Tuesday flight
April 22nd
Curtain 8:15 Sharp
TICKETS HOW at Reynald's Music Store
Prices 75-50-25
''jit inr Tii(n X-x
"Bmii with narfrot"
lhese styles are not
extreme yet different with
the character and smart
lines always found in even
the simplest Red Cross
model.
You will find them com
fortable from the moment
you put them on.
Start with one of these models and
you will wonder how you ever en
dured stiff sole shoes. Oxfords $3.50
and $4. High Shoes $1, $4.50 and $5.
The tole is tamed by ihm tpedml Red Cross Proctss
W X til
if
i
BOSTON SHOE STORE.
l3 South Palafox Street.
$24,772.05 ?11, 265.18
Balance American
National Bank..! 273.25
Balance Pensacola
State Bank ... 13,126.62 $13,505.87
I certify that the abrve report is
correct as shown by minutes and
treasurer's report.
A S. EDWARDS,
Superintendent.
FOR SALE.
100 second-hand electric
ceiling and desk fans, for sale
or rent. Cheap. Peake
Electric Co., Phone 345.
Buy Your Meats From the
Palafox Market
and aavs 20 to 30 per cent en
' your bills.
117 N. Palafox. Phone 195.
233!
TO BE NOTED!
Steamer Baldwin
SCHEDULE:
Leaves for Island 10 a. m., 3 and 7:30 p. m.
Returning Leaves Island 12 :30 noon, 6 and 10 p. m.
MUSIC ABOARD and at ISLAND.
Capt. Bennie Edmundson.
PHONE 204.
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