THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 20, 1913.
PROTRACTED SERVICES WILL BE
GIN TODAY AT THE GADSDEN
STREET METHODIST CHURCH.
The eonsregB-tlon of th . Gadsden
Stroet Methodist church, under the
leadership ef the paator, Ew, J. A.
Peterson, will begin today a aeries of
protracted services. Services will be
held dally during: the week at 10 a. m.
and T:J0 p. m. '
The pastor will be ably assisted by
Rev. O. M. Wlnslett of GracevUle, Fla-,
who will preach during- the week.
All the people are invited. Chris
tians of all denominations- are invited
to co-operate with their presence and
prayers. A full house at each service
1 desirable. Seats for all provided.
Good irraaic will be rendered.
East Hill Baptist Chun.
Wanted Two hundred children from
eight years old up,, to be at the 11
o'clock service, at whkra time a special
sermon will be preaobed to them.
Parents are also reo.tested to be
Organ Recital t Christ CHuroh.
After the 7:39 p. m. service in Christ
'chwrch the foDowlns: WJJ be played:
Overture to "Mlgnon." Thomas.
Prelude In C sharp minor, Rackma.n
inoflf. "Emmssroet' Rodney.
March Pontlflcalo, Gtrilmant.
St. Michael's Church TJntll farther
notice, the foMowtes win be the order
of services on Sunday:
7 a. m.. Low Masai.
S a. m-. Children's Mass.
10:30 a. m.. High Mass.
4 p. m.. Vespers sad Benediction.
Snored Heart Church Cor. Jackson
and Nrnth Ave. Rev. Father Kennedy,
Pastor. Prof. Henry Seel, Organist.
7 a. m. Low Mass.
:30 a. m.f High Mass, foOowed by
p. ra., BapthnxM.
5 p. ryi Rosary and Benedfetion of
RET LOSS 01!
FtGURES GIVEN SHOW EXACT
AMOUNT OF LOSS AND GAIN
THAT WILL BE SUSTAINED BY
COUNTIES UNDER PROPOSED
BY FRANK U. HUFFAKER.
Tallahassee, April 19. The table of
flgures given below, compiled by Mr.
R. A. Gray of the comptroller's office,
shows the exact amount of loss" and
sain that will be sustained by the
various counties in case the recom
mendation of the state tax commis
sion, now being considered by the sen
ate committee on finance and taxation,
Confessions Saturdays and eves of
feasts, 4 p. m.
8L Joseph's Church Order of ser-
vioes at St. Joseph's Canrch:
SundaTK 7 a. m, Low Mass and In-
strnction; 9 a. m, Sunday School: 10
a. in.. High Mass and Instruction: 4
p. nu, "Vesper, Rosary and Benediction
of the Blessed Sacrament.
"Week days, Holy Maes is offered at
7 o'clock a. m. and 8:15 a. m.; the Holy
Hoar of Adoration of the Blessed Sac
rament. Thursday evenings from 7:30
Confessions, Saturday from 4 to P.
nv and from 7 to 9 p. m. Also the
evenings before Holy Days of Obli
gation and the first Friday of every
Baptism, by appointment.
Priests, Rev. Chas. E. Hartkoff. Rev.
Thomas H. Massey.
First Baptist. Churoh Jorth PaSa
f ox St-, jjurt above T. M. C A.
9:30 a. m, Sunday School. Strangers
and their children welcomed. Baraca
and Philathea classes. C
11 a. m. Preaching and worship.
6:80 p. m., B. T. P. T. meeting.
7:30 p. m., Preacitmar- Informal ser
vice. Strangers especially Invited.
On the first Sunday each mouth att
11 o'clock service the Memorial Sup
per is observed.
At 8 p. m. every third Sunday the
B. Y. P. U. holds special service at the
The conference session of the eo
gregsvekm is held the second Sunday
morning In each quarter, Just follow
ing .the sermon.
Monday afternoons at 3 o'clock the
women of the church meet m the
Junior B. T. P. IT. meets Sunday,
3:80 p. m. Mrs. T. J. Cofeer, Supt.
The public is cordially Invited to
these services. - ..
West Hill Baptist 1912 West Jack
son street. E. EI Rice, pastor. Ser
vices 11 a. m. nd 7:45 p, m. second
and fourth Sundays.
Sunday School at 10 a. m. every
Brent Baptist Church Preachtng
first Sunday m each month at 11 a.
m. and 7:30 p. m. by Rev. R. R. Beal.
Christ Church Rev. J. H. Brown,
D. T-. rector.
W. K. Hyer, superintendent of the
Mr. "William Packham, Mus. Bach.,
organist and choirmaster.
Fourth Sunday after Easter, April 20.
7:30 a. m.. Holy Communion.
9:30 a. m., Sunday school and Bible
11:00 a. ra.. Morning Prayer and
7:30 p. m., : Evensong and sermon,
followed by organ recital.
Litany at 4:30 p. m. 'Wednesday and
,..n ) ' 4t -
St. Mark, Friday, April 25th, Holy
Communion at 10 a. m.
Saint Katharine's Church Corner of
Cervantes and Cordova streets- Rev.
Grant Knauff, rector. -,
Fourth Sunday after Easter, April 20.
7:30 a. m.. Holy Communion.
11:00 a. m., Matins and Holy Baptism.-'
Holy Communion, Tuesday and
Thursday, 7:00 a. m., Friday 9:30 a.
m., Saturday, 8:30 a. m.
St. John's Church, Warrington Rev.
Grant KnaufT rector.
Sunday, April 20, Evensong, 6:50 P.
m., Sunday school, 9:30 a. m.
Mondy, April 21, Holy Communion,
7:45 a. m.
St. Cyprimn Church Seville Square.
J. C. Scarborough, Ph.D., D.D.. minis
11 a. m., Morning Prayer and ser
mon. The celebraion of the Holy
Communion at 9 a, m.. administered
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Alachua .... 31.877.57 33.058.81
Baker 7.823.90 8,08.88
Bradford 12.8S8.98 14,016.43
Brevard 12.819.72 - 20,330.84
Calhoun 12,246.23 4,633.10
Citrus 8,711.97 18,735.95
Clay 10,002.58 6,805.66
Columbia 15,105.21 11,620.61
Xtede 44,860.79 39,590.25
DeSotO 81,047.36' 29,958.64
Tuval 143,873.86 139,422.27
Escambia 73,168.39 49.250.33
Franklin ... 7.847.82 9,782.65
Oadsden 10,471.02 12,72.42
Hamilton 10,182.23 8,436.13
Hernando 7,576.68 10,049.51
Jilllsborough ............. 98,904.85 112,768.28
Holmes ...J 8,639.52 6,797.27
Jackson 22.285.41 17,753.24
Jefferson 13.204.71 9.250.76
Lafayette 14.810.33 6.750.89
Lake 15,998.17 17,146.68
Lee 18,378.75 8,546.16
Ixson : 20,089.87 14.277.95
Levy 15.888.29 6,257.37
Liberty 7,578.67 4.465.13
Madison 15,719.09 ' 10,714.41
Manatee 21.930.6 16,471.08
Clarion 28,201.39 4 5.376.34
Monroe 14.464-22 39,845.88
Nassau 11,651.91 16.935.36
Orange 37,562.65 28,233.36
Osceola 22.433.89 8,133.21
Palm Beach ...u.... 41.222.72 27,538.00
Pasco 10,737.67 18.645.67
Pinellas ,.,... 29.534.80 13,044.32
Polk .i 53,242.92 40,538.06
(Putnam 14,588.88 21,722.36
St. Johns 23,529.06 35.494.13
St. Lucie 20,106.16 17,353.14
Santa Rosa 26,212.44 11,588.5
Sumter 11.7H.49 12,239.42
Suwannee ,14,843.96 14,852.27
Taylor 14.181.24 7,827.97
Volusia 38,157.09 25,446.52
"Wakulla a.956.58 2.8S7.51
"Walton .. 20,186.32 11.078.33
Washington v 19,963.60 8.9S7.73
4. 4 51.5 9
by the Rev. John H. Brown, D. S.,
archdeacon and rector of Christ
7:30 p. nx, Eventng' prayer and eer
mon. Wednesday at 7:30 p. nx Litany and
address. Strangers wecome.
First Presbyterian Church East
Chase street. Dr. A. S- Moffett, pas
Sunday School, 9:30 a. m.
Men's Bible Class, 10 a. m.
Preaching, 11 a. m- and 7:30 p. m.
Knox Church Corner Blount street
and 13th Ave. K. L. Mcliver, pastor.
Sunday School, 9:30 a. m.
Preaohins; 11 a. m. and 7:30 p- m.
Christian Endeavor Society, 6:45 p.
Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30
Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30. p. m.
First Methodist Church Bast Wright
street, between Palafox and Ghrl21e
marde. Rev. M. H. Hofrt, pastor. Res
idence, 1006 N. Bayleaj. Phone 1683.
Sunday School at 9:80. Splendid or
chestra, modern school in every re
inject. J. A. Avanrt, Supt.
Epworth League, 6:30. Young peo
ple especially invited.
Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:80 p.
m, by pastor.
AS visitors especially Invited.
Prayer meeting' every We&nesday at
7:30 p. m. - Home department of the
Woman's Missionary Society meets
every Tuesday at 8:80.
M. E. Church Corner of Navy Taxd
Sunday School opens at 2 p. m.
Services at 7:45 p. m conducted by
Mr. R. Beal, of Pensacola.
Gadsden Street Methodist Church
Southeast comer Ninth avenue and
Gadsden street. Rev. J. A. Peterson,
9:30 a. m.. Sunday school, all de
partments, organized classes. W. P.
Cunningham, superintendent; W. L.
11 a. rru, regular service, conducted
by th pastor. Subject of sermon.
"Restoration to the Favor of God."
6:30 p. m.. Service of the Senior
7:30 p. m., Regular service, conduct
ed by the pastor. Subject of sermon,
Search Me, O God." y-,
All invited,; strangers welcome.
Seats free. A full attendance of all
members urged. "O come and let us
West HMI Methodist Church Rev.
R. J. I la sk ew, pastor. ,
Sunday School, 9:45 a- m.
Preaching, 11 a. m.
Sunday School, 8 p. m.
Preaching, 7:30 p. m.
Warrington Methodist Church Rev.
R, J. Ha skew, pastor.
Preaching, 7:30 p. m-
First Christian Church Corner Sev
enth avenue and Gadsden street.
At the First Christian church today,
Mr. Lennox will preach at 11 a, m
and 7:80 p. m. The morning theme
will be "Religious Education, and at
the evening' service "The Transoend-
The following special musical num
bers will be given at the First Chris
tain church, Sunday evening at 7:30
Mrs. Chas. R. Mitchell.
Anthem "Cry Out and Shout
Offertory "Heimah" (Jungman)
Duet "Inspirer and Hearer of Pray
er" (Oelbel) Mr. Lei and J. Henderson
and Dr. Chas. R. Mitchell.
New Lutheran Church Rev. J. W.
On account of the absence of Rev.' J.
W. Reinhardt from the city there will
be no church eevices at the First Lu
theran church . today, Sunday school
will be held as usual at nine o'clock.
First Universal 1st Church Eas
Chase street. .
CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST.
First Church of Christ, Scientist-
Service Sunday at 11 a. m, and Wed
nesday at 8 p. m. Subject tor Sunday,
Sunday School at 10 a. m. Reading
room open ' dally from 3 to 5 p. m,
omitting Sunday afternoons- All are
NORWEGIAN SEAM ENS' CHURCH
Norwegian Seamen's Mission Church
South Palafox and Pine streets.
Sunday 10:80 a. m service by As
I stan t Pastor Vilhelm Struck.
Bible reading, 7:80 p. m.
Tuesday. 7:45 p. m.. Bible read trig.
Thursday, 8 p. m Stereoptlcon
Reading room open every day, S . a.
m to 10 p. m.
All Scandinavian people cordially
Pensacola Class International Bible
Meetings held regularly at 316 X.
Guillemarde street, where all BeMV'
ers In the Ransom of Christ." are
welcome to come. The meeting's are
n on -sectarian. Bible truths akme are
sought and accepted.
Sunday 10:00 a. Bible lecture.
Sunday 7:00 p. m.," B ere an study.
Wednesday 7:30 p. m.. Question and
Service to be held at the John the
Baptist church Sunday at 3 p. m, and
their congregation are invited to at
tend. The object of the meeting is
to awaken the churches to the need
of local Evangelism and the interest
of winning: among the unreached.
Greek Orthodox Church Corner of
Wright and Reu3 streets. Open ser-
ithirk. tmk mnrtH and
ecf production. Km (beat
on loir la or tucks w'r
T remlar or of thfs
powder Insures perfect com
fort for roar birds; nors
proflt for you
"Yonr boimt beck If
ItfaOa" 25C, 50C
Get Fxatta Proot-ahartng
F. s. Meflen A Co.. Hovt Bros. A. Co..
John Thompson, J. E. Dubulsson A. Bro.,
vices every Sunday at 9 a. m.
The Bible Reading School this af
ternoon at the Mission at 3:30.
Song and praise service in the
evening at 7 o'clock.
All are cordially Invited to come.
The following churches are repre
sented In the Baraca Union, and have
class session every Sunday morning at
9:80 a. m.:
First Methodist, East Wright street.
J. A. Kllkpatrick, teacher.
First Baptist Church, North Palafox
street,. M. E. Melton, teacher.
All young men are cordially invited
to attend on of these services.
CHURCH OF CHRIST.
Church of Christ Corner of Alcania
and East Jackson streets. W. 1
Services as follows:
Bible school, 9:45 a. m.
Preaching and communion, 11 a. m.
Preaching, 7:30 p. m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday, 7:30 p.
West Hill Churoh of Christ West
Bible school 9:45 a. m.
: Preaching at 11:00 a. m., and 7:30
p. m., by W. T. Tracey
Prayer meeting Wednesday even
ing at 7:80. All are Invited to attend
these services. V
THE SALVATION ARMY.
The Salvation Army Hall Corner
Government and Baylen. Adjt. Grim
shaw In charge.
PENSACOLA CITY MISSION.
Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. x
Preaching at 11 a. m.
This place of worship is located in
the western part of the city on the
corner of LaRua and F streets.
Muscogee Mission Church on the
corner of Eleventh avenue and DelJeon
Sunday school "at 3 p. m.
Preaching at 7:30 p. m.
You are urged to attend the ser
vices. Tou are cordially invited to wor
ship with us.
V. M. C. A. Palafox and Brlmont
Strangers welcome at all tlmos.
Open week days, 9 a. m.. to 10 p. m.
Open Sundays, 3 to fi p. m.
Antioch Baptist Church, Colored
Services today ("Sunday), as follows:
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.
Sabbath school 9:45 a. m.
ML Moriah A. M. E. Zion Church
Corner Gregory and B streets.
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.
Christian Endeavor meeting at 6:30
Preaching at 11 a. m., and S p. m.
Rev. G. W. Sewell, pastor; Aaron
St. Paul. Missionary aBptist Church
West Wright and Li streets. Rev.
J. C. rhicke, pastor.
Services Sunday at 11 a. m., and
7:30 p. m.
Wednesday night prayer service.
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.
CAME FROM OLD COUNTRY AND
RETURNS TO GIVE BOYS MUSI
CAL EDUCATION PRESENTED
WITH WATCH AND CHAIN BY
Yesterday morning at 9:30 o'clock
Band Leader Franz Winkler, stationed
at Fort Barrancas, was given a "dress
parade" on the occasion of his retlre
mnet, after thirty years' service in the
Col. Ridgeway. of the post, extended
an honor to the bandmaster that Is
seldom enjoyed by an enlisted man.
Prof. Winkler was leader for the
Eighth band. C. A. C, for thirty con
secutive years and when he resigned
much regret was expressed by the
members of the organization and the
yacers at Fort' Barrancas. On many
occasions the band leader has added
an hour of pleasure and inspiration to
the soldiers and others at the fort, and
he retires with a most excellent record.
The members of the band presented
their leader with a gold watch and
chain. Capt. F. I Perry made the
presentation speech, which was feel
ingly responded "to by Mr. Winkler.
He said that he would always remem
ber his pleasant associations at Fort
Within a few days Band I,eader
Winkler will leave for Germany, his
native home, accompanied by his two
young sons. Otto and Franz, whom he
will place in a music school, both hav
ing displayed remarkahle musical ta!
ent. Mr. Winkler carries with him
the best wishes of a host of friends.
Speeded up the Factory
A BIRMINGHAM Selling Hotrsc re
ceived a rush order for machinery.
The sales manager called the factory
at Pittsburg on the telephone, and was
assured that the order would be shipped
as desired. .
Bell Telephone service is an essential
link between the selling house and the
When you telephone smile
SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE
AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY
If you cough all night you get no
rest, nor does anyone else In the house.
Keep within reach a bottle of BAL
IvVITS HOREHOUND STRT7P. It Is
then easy to stop the tickling which
causes the cough, whenever It appears.
Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle.
Sold by ' all druggists. (Adv.)
WILL HOLD SESSION SUNDAY IN
CLUB ROOMS OF Y. M. C. A. ALL
The Strangere club meets at. 5 p. m.
Sunday la the club rooms of the Y. M.
C. A. All men are cordially welcome
to these meetings.
The interest in this meeting has been
steadily growing for some time. The
meetings take the form of discussion
of questions of lively Interest to so
ciety, with a view to really doing
something for the Improvement of con
ditions at home and in the state at
The meeting win be opened Sunday
afternoon by an address ' from Rev.
John EC. Brown, on the subject of edu
cation tn eugenics.
After this address the meeting will
be open for discussion .by anyone pres
ent. Each speaker being allowed three
minutes In which to state his views.
Tou are Invited by the club to be
For Burns, Bruises and Sores.
The quickest and surest cure for
burns, bruises, boils, sores, inflamma
tion and all skin diseases is Bucklen's
Arnica Salve. In four days it cured
I II. Hafiin, of Iredell, Tex., of a sore
on his ankle which pained him so he
could hardly walk. Should be in every
house. Only 25a Recommended by
W. A. rrAlemberte, druggist and
apothecary, 121 S. Palafox St. Adv.)
Furnished by the local office, weath
er bureau. United States department of
agriculture, under the direction of Wil
lis L. Moore, chief of bureau. Wash
ington, D. C.
Pensacola's Temperature Data.
Highest on record for April, 92 de
Lowest on record for April, 34 de
Average of the highest dally temper
atures for April, 73 degrees.
Average of the lowest daily temper
ature sfor April, 60 degrees.
Highest temperature yesterday, 79
Lowest temperature yesterday morn
lng, 63 degrees.
Pensacola's Rainfall Data.
Normal rainfall for the month of
April, 3.16 inches.
Total rainfall this April to 7 p. m.,
Total excess this year to March 81st,
5.22 inches. '
ONE WILL BE RUN ON SUNDAY,
MAY 4, SO THAT RESIDENTS CAN
MAKE A TRIP OVER THE ROAD.
An excursion over the Fulf. Florida
& Alabama railroad, frcyn Pensacola
to JoneavUle, has been planned by the
officials of the road fpr Sunday, May
4th. when a special train will leave
Pensacola In ' the forenoon, returning
In the afternoon.
The Deep Water Route officials
want all residents of .Pensacola to see
the fine section of country through
which the road runs and therefore
have fixed the date on Sunday, so
many who could not otherwise go can
make the trip.
Abilene 76 82 .. Clear
Atlanta 74 84 .. Cloudy
Boston 44 48 .. Clear
Buffalo . 34 42 .06 Clear
Birmingham ... 76 83 .. Clear
Chicago 42 48 .. Cloudy
Galveston 70 74 . . Clear
Green Bay .... 40 -50 .. Pt.cldy.
Hatteras C6 74 .. Clear
Huron 64 60 ... Rain
Jacksonville .... 72 84 .. Clear
Kansas City .. 64 68 .. Clear
KnoxviHe 68 72 .. Clear
Louisville 60 66 .04 Clear
Memphis 68 72 .. Pt.cldy.
Montgomery ... 78 86 . Clear
Moorhead 58 64 .. Clear
New Orleans .. 76 84 .. Clear
New York 50 68 .03 Clear
North Platte .. 64 66 ..Pt.cldy
Oklahoma 78 83 .. Ptx:ldy.
Palestine 76 82 .. Clear
Pensacola . 70 79 .. Clear
Phoenix 78 80 .. Clear
Pittsburg . J 46 54 . . Clear '
Portland, Ore... 60 60 .02 Pt.cldy.
St. Louis 62 64 .. Clear
St. Paul 56 60 .. Cloudy
Salt Lake City. 58 58 .01 Cloudy
San Francisco . 56 62 ... Cloudy
Sheridan 64 70 .. Cloudy
Seattle 1.... 68 60 .06 Cloudy
Bhreveport .... 80 84 . . Clear
Tampa 74 82 .. Clear
Toledo 50 56 .. Clear
Washington ... 58 72 .02 Clear
WUllston ...... 62 63 .. Cloudy
River stages -Memphis 41.9, falling;
New Orleans 18.9. rising.
it f?Swr a rod!
This store offers you the greatest variety and
highest quality of tools for garden needs.
Our assortments are large our goods are de
pendable our prices are BELOW the usual and
our SERVICE is splendid!
If you can't come, then phone us your orders and
we'll rush the goods to you by our FAST Delivery.
Following please note a few articles which you
may need now
We have a very large stock of LAWN 'MOW
ERS Plain and ball-bearing low and high wheels.
They're all oiled and adjusted and EASY RUN
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Netting Get Our Prices.
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THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
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colts broken to harness or saddle.
For rates address
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White & White
20 S. Palafox St.
"The Father of Mod ern
Gas Lighting' v
is the honor attributed to T. A. Wlnnor. an Englishman In 107 he In
troduced Gas for street llghtlr.? In England. Illuminating Pall Mall In
1803 he promoted a company for general Gas Lighting and In 1810 he
was given a charter by Parliament.
there are houses which were built when the use of Gas was not so gen
eral, and the fact that they are still standing shows that they were
built with good material. Such houses should
Have Modern Gas Lighting
If tou are the owner of such house, you will increase its selllnr or
rental value by bavins It piped for Gaa. or If you live la the hoose
yourself, you will add greatly to your comfort.
Have Your House Piped for Gas Now.
We will a-upplr and install Oaa pi pin? of rood quality and flxturea of
convenient alae. durable material and attractive desljrns. Including ail
necessary glassware at attractive prices and liberal terms. Send for our
representative and hav hta estimate. This will place you under no ob
Pensacola Gas Company
Pensacola Cabinet Works
Everything Rlade of Wood
Phone 399 32-38 West Main Street
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