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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 30, 1913.
FlY CRUSADE STAR 10 1 TODAY SACQLA TWO BARRELS OF A LIQUID PURCHASED AND SANITARY IN SPECTORS WILL WAUfc. YVrt ur j EXTERMINATION. Under the direction of City Health j Officer Wm. D. Nobles, with sanitary j tee-pectors in the front ranks armed' with hand-sprayers, coached by Mayor Frank Reilly and the city board of health, financed by the city council ana assisted by an army of Pensacola citi zens, war on the deadly house fly will brsrtn today and will continue indef- , initcly in an effort to rid the city of the pest during: the summer months, A satisfactory test of a patent liquid j fly killer was made in the presence f of City Health Officer Xobiea yester- j day nd as a result of the test two barrels of the fly killer and two large spraying machines were ordered, this authority having been vested in the ; Ity health oftice,r by the city board of health at a meeting held Monday af ternoon, when the members of that board who were present met at, a council of war and gave orders for the purchase of ammunition with which to begin the slaughter. Those present at the meeting were Mayor lleilly, City Health Officer Nobles, Dr. Blocker, chairman of the board of public works and Alderman Moyer. Beware of the dangerous housefly is j the warning issued by the city board j of health of Pensacola, and it calls upon the business men. the professional men and the laboring men to assist in the present campaign. The two barrels of 'fly-killer pur chased by the city will be delivered to- J day and it is expectedjtfiat the worK of killing flies will begin today and that the carnage will be great. The following tells what flies do and gives rules for dealing with the, nuisance: j The housefly, the dirty fly, the tj phoid fly. will soon swarm in thou sands and millions unless precautions ore taken. The .housefly, whom we, were taught in our childhood to treat, with kindness, has been exposed. IU habits are filthy. It breeds in stables and garbage pails and carries the; tilth it revels in and tracks it across Vhe sugar, the butter and the beef-t-tcak. It paddles - its horrid feet, gummed with the vilest matter, in the baby's milk. '.The doctors have declar ed war on the housefly. It probably disseminates every disease. It is a nui sance. It must be exterminated. It can be driven out of every city. In this age of knowledge, screens and heap -wire cloth, there is no excuse for flics in any household Clean up your premises and report to tho health department your neighbor who does not. Get rid of breeding places of flies and you will get rid of flies, Kcreena will turn away all flies as well as mosquitoes. The unscreened house, in other words. Is a dangerous thinfc. and screens 6n windows and out -ide doors are an excellent .investment from several points of views. Rules for dealing with the fiy nui- Screen all windows and doors, es reially the kitchen and dlnlngroom. Keep the flies away from the sick, especially those ill with contagious riiteaces. Ki'l every fly that strays Into tha sick room. His body is covered with disease germs. Do not allow decaying material of , ny sort to accumulate on or near your j re mlses. Ail refi which tends in any way io fermentation, such as bedding. tjaw. waste paper and vegetable mat ter, should be disposed of or covered v-ith lime or kerosene ell. soreen all food. Keep all receptacles for garbage rare fully covered and the cans cleaned or rprinkla with oil or lime. Keep all stable manure in vault or pit. screened or sprinkled with lime, cil or other cheap preparation. Cover food after a meal; burn or bury all table refuse. Screen all food exposed for sale. Don't forget. If you see flies, their breeding plae is in nearby filth. It may be behind the door, tinder the table ,(T in the curpldor. If there is no dirt or fllth there will be no flies. If there Is a nuisance In the neigh -borhcJod write at once to the health department.' Join the anti-fly crusade. cut down tire bills IKE HEILBRON, 19 E. Chase Street. Phone 864. fen -' Leo Q Neds tl purifying effects of -fLl Sarsapsrllla NOW. Get It today. BABE EXPIRES AT GARNIERS Infant Sen of Mr. and Mr. W. N. Hart grove Died of CaGrippe, Aged Six Months. SPECIAL. TO THE JOURNAL. Garniers, Fla., April 28. Paul X. Hart grove, the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. TV. N. Hartgrove died at their horns Thursday morning, April 24th, Ot' heart failure. He was six months and six days old. He was never a rugged child and his last illness and the im mediate cause of his death, began Sunday, the 20th Inst- with a severe attack of LaGrippe, the effects of which induced heart failure, and the end ; came at 2 p'clock Thursday morning. A funeral service was neid at camp Walton under the direction, of the Rev. Mr. Strong, of Mary Esther. The re mains were interred in the Camp Walton cemetery. He was a bright and interesting little fellow and his winsome baby ways will be sorely missed by his parents and little brother William. v CARD OF THANKS. To the many friends, who so kindly assisted at the funeral of our darling baby boy, particularly the forest su pervisor and his force who so. kindly placed at our disposal the launch Sylvia to carry us to and from Camp Walton and to Mr. T. C. Brooks, of Camp Walton, we wish to express our most sincere thanks and gratitude. MR. AND MRS. W. N. HARTGROVE. ANOTHER OPERATION ON DUCHESS OF CONNAUGHT ' London. April 29. Another operation was . performed this morning on the Duchess of ConnaughL- wife of the governor-general of Canada. The surgeons in attendance report that It was successful. An attempt to remove the intestinal trouble from which the duchess has been suffering was made on April 10, at Clarence House, by William Ar butbnot Lane, surgeon to Guy's hos pital. The operation was severe but was ftorne well by the duchess. She made rapid progress toward recovery hot on April 26 suffered a relapse. It was then decided by the surgeons to perform tho operation which took place this morning. JOEHGWAS f-AHDIi ClUflATI. 0. NEGRO PREACHER WHO WAS CONCERNED IN THE RECENT TROUBLE IN MARIANNA, WAS BROUGHT TO PENSACOLA TO AVOID POSSIBLE ANGER OF MOB. - . SFECLVL TO THE JOURNAL. Marianna. April 29. Joe .Long, the preacher, was arrested In Cincinnati at the request of Sheriff Bowles, on a charge of assault with Intent to murder, in connection with the recent shoo tins scrape here, when Bill Skin ner .was killed and three other white men were painfully wounded. Long was held over by the coroner's jury for murder but the recent grand Jury failed to indict him. Long was carried to Pensacola to avert a threat, ened lynching at the time and was re cently released from Pensacola jail. Sheriff Bowles will mail the papers to Governor Trammell at once to try to get requisition for Long. S FlilED S3 OH CHARGE LEA IFFLER OPEN ILEONICA BORRAS FINED THIS J AMOUNT BY RECORDER WELSH I YESTERDAY MORNINGONE AU TO DRIVER ACQUITTED AND ANOTHER CONTINUED. In the recorder's court yesterday morning, Leonica Borras, charged with operating a motorcycle with the muf fler open, was fined $3. He was ar rested by Motorcycle . OfHcer Albert Anderson. G. Prater, who was charged with driving an automobile In a reckless manner, was acquitted. He was ar rested by OfHcer Krone. The case against Wm. Schrader, arrested by OfHcer Anderson on the charge of running an automobile in a reckless and careless manner, was continued. - Important to all Women Readers of this Paper. Thousands upon thousands of wom en have kidney or bladder trouble and never suspect it. Women's complaints often prove to be nothing else but kidney trouble, or the result of kidney or bladder disease. If the kidneys are not in a healthy condition, they may cause the other organs to become diseased. . You may suffer a. great deal with pahi in the back, bearing-down feel ings, headache and loss of ambition. Poor health makes you nervous, ir ritable and may be despondent; it makes any one so. But thousands of irritable, nervous, tired and broken down women have restored their health and strength by the use of Swamp-Root, the great Kid ney, Liver and Bladder Remedy. Swamp-Root brings new life and ac tivity to the kidneys, the cause of such troubles. Many send for a sample bottle to see what Swamp-Root, the great Kid ney, Liver and Bladder Remedy, will do for them. Every reader of this pa per, who has not already tried it. may address Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bingjtam ton, N. T., and receive sample bottle fr3e by mail. You can purchase the regular fifty-cent and one-dollar size bottles at all drug stores. (Adv.) RECEPTION TO HARRY HOPPE RETIRING PHYSICAL DIRECTOR i OF Y. M. C. A. WILL BE GIVEN ' PERSONAL" EXPRESSION OF ES TEEM IN WHICH HE IS HELD BY PENSACOLIANS. The physical department committee of the Y. M. C. A., Mr. Harry Lurton, chairman, announces that so many of the admirers of Mr. H- E. Hoppen, who has resigned the physical directorship of the local Y. M. C. A., have ex pressed a desire to meet with him and tell him face to face of their appre ciation of bis association with them, that they have arranged for an inform al reception to be held at the Y. M. C. A. Wednesday at 8 p. m. A short program will be given after which Mr. Hoppen, himself will be the program. It may not be generally known, that the position which Mr. Hoppen as sumes at Bogalusa, La., gi-es him charge over the Physical activities of the largest Industrial Y. M. C. A. in the country. It is a.t this city where i3 to be found the largest paper pulp mill and the largest sawmill in the country and that Mr. Hoppen will make good with these men will be putting it mild. It is said that Hoppen's Fa mous Joke Book has already been packed, for the trip. Rheumatism Neuralgia Sprains JTtss C. Mhosit. of CTOS K. SI I Vf. Washington. JXC, -writes : " I suf fered with lbeurastum for fire ywars and I bare just pot hold of yoar I lini ment, and it has done rae so much good. Hf knsd4 not pain and the veiling iiM gone." Qsiets the Nerves Mpl A.Weetm ajt, of 403 Thonjtwon St., Maryrille, Mo., writes : " Tiie nerre in my leg va destroyed five yeai-a ago acd left rce with a jerking at night so that I could not leep. A friend told me to try your Liniment and now 1 could not do Trillions it. I find after its use I can bleep." SLOAM'S rf 1MB "Is a good liniment. I, keep it on hand all the time. My daughter sprained her wrist and osed your Liniment, and it has not hart her since." Joseph Hatcrzk, of S!raa, X. L B-FJJ., No. 4. At All Dealer! Price 25c, 50c., $1.00 S1"n' lwok on unit poaitry teat Jree. Adirese . For Sale 8 or 10 head of mules. Cheap if sold quick. MOORE ICE CO. Wholesale and Retail Ice. Phones 59 and 259. ' 2EMT 1 gjgj SEC. DANIELS' V ECEPTfON TO BE BRILLIANT IT IS EXPECTED THAT GOVER NOR O'NEAL WILL BE PRESENT WITH HIS STAFF LUNCHEON TO 8E ELABORATE AFFAIR, WITH HUNDREDS OF GUESTS PRESENT- In honor of the visit of Secretary of the Navy Josephus Daniels to this city on Tuesday, May 6th, an- elaborate luncheon will be served at the San Carlos at 3 o'clock on that date. As has already been stated the secretary will be conveyed to the navy yard soon after his arrival early In the morning where he will remain until noon. His visit to the yard will in clude a trip on the bay. accompanied by a, number of his Pensacola friends. It 'is probable that besides a large number of the members of the Flor ida, legislature there will be several prominent personages from without the state present on that occasion. Although it is not definitely known, it Is expected that Gov. O'Neal, of Ala bama, and his staff will be present. On account of the large number of guests to be present when the secre tary of the navy visits Pensacola, the commercial association has decided that the plates for the luncheon be placed at S2.00 per plate. This includes trip on the Pilot. The committees has been b'jsy for several days arranging the program, which will be announced w'thin a day or two. HARDWARE M HALF-HOLIDAY THEY WILL CLOSET SATURDAYS AT NOON BEGINNING THIS WEEK FOR THE SUMMER IONTHS. The hardware dealers of Pensacola will close Saturdays at noon hereafter, instead of Fridays as heretofore. Tho new arrangement will begin May 3 and Now is the Time To Get Ready For the Hot Summer Days i Electric Lights Electric Fans - Electric Irons are three good things to draw to on sultry Summer Days ensacoia Electric c New Business Department Phone 106 0. SAM CHARLES Shoes Hatf-Soted In 15 M In u tern. Called Far Delivered. "NUFF SEO." 511 South Palafox Pensacola, St. Andrews and Gulf Steamship Co. STEAMER TARPON first' CLASS PASSENCER AND FREIGHT SERVICE. Between PENSACOLA, MOBILE, APALACHI i COLA, CARRABELLE, ST. AN. DREWS, PANAMA CITY, MILLVILLE. Ami All Points St. Andrew Bay, Carrabelle and Apalaehieela. SCHEDULE: -Leaves Pensacola, Sunday 8:30 p. m for Mobile, Ala. Leaves Mobile, Monday 7:30 p. nv Leaves Pensacola Tuesday 6:00 p. m, for St. Andrews, Mitlville, Ape alchicola, Carrabelle and Intermediate Point. R. J. REAGER, Gensral Freight and Passenger Agent. Pensacola, Fla. Phone 653. SPECIAL ! Strawberry Short Cake, all kinds ef Fancy Cakes. Hot Roll and Coffee. KANDY KITCHEN KO. fi.Y I, rr & J - ATI KV.V.---::::::: Lr ? "Goodness, mrnn Cried "Hans, Half pound tins 25c VAN HOUTEN'S Alio in 10c tins IMPORTED DUTCH will continue to and including Septem ber 27. The stores are closed in order to give the employes a half-holiday each week during1 the summer months. PATROLMAN LEADER OF GANG OF BURGLARS Chicago, April 29. AViUiam OhmTsa patrolman, was named as the silent leader of a gang1 of se-en burglars in a confession by three of the alleged thieves today. Ohm was arrested and taken to the city hall where Assistant The Pensacola School of Music Trains Teachers For the Profession Every Grade, From Beginners to Concert" Platform. First-Class Staff of Qualified Teachers. DEPARTMENTS. Piano, Vocal Violin. Viola, 'Cello. Cornet, Flute. Guitar, Mandolin, Pipe Or gan, Harmony, Counterpoint and Composition, Dramatic Expression. Public Speaking. Phone 632. What will you need next month in the Print ing Line. HOTEL FLANDERS JUST OFF BROADWAY 133-137 West 47th St.. NEW YORK CITY The risht kind of a hotel in the ri?ht locality. In the lieart ef the theatre district and adjacent to the shopping centres. Positively fire proof. Excellent cuisine and an exceptional orchestra. A largo addition just completed, containing library, grill and billard hall. Handsomely Furnished Rooms, Private Bath. $1.50 per Day Upward. 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. A Bank That is Strong, Convenient, Obliging. We are confident that you will appreciate the tare exercised here in the transaction of all banking business. You will find us a strong-, obliging-, and convenient institution. Pensacola State Bank Palafox and Garden WEST FLORIDA'S Oldest Largest StrongesBanking Institution THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Pensacola, Florida. Designated Dpc"-' 'f t united States. DIRECTORS: F. C. Brent. W. A. Blount. W. H ow W. J. Fortes. The. W. B.ent- ALONZO RICHARDSON & COMPANY Certified Public Accountants A Staff ef Thoroughly Qualified Accountants. Whose Experience Enables Them to Make a Critical Analysis of Books and Accounts. Empire Building ATLANTA Correspondence ee Lumber Phone 310 gracious, mercy me!" Our Friend, Across The Sea," "You're drinking all your Rona up, But, Polly dear, don't drink the cup ! She drained the cup to its last drop. Then coyly peeped above the top. She cried, 44 1 never liked cocoa before. But this is so different, do give me some more! , i Chief of Police Schuettler cut the but tons off his coat and took his star from him. Information tEat the officer was in league with crooks was brought to the assistant chief by attorneys for the ac cused men. They were told by their clients that Ohm, who walks a beat in the daytime, "tipped them off" to the places on his beat which they should rob at night. They asserted that Ohm participated in the profits of thirty seven "jobs" since January. Ohm de nies the charges. PROF. GILf 1LLAN SCOTT, Principal. 5 The Burrow Press (Incorporated.) Phone 4. American National Bank B!dg Solicited. . PENSACOLA. FLA. Building Materials, Floor ing, Ceiling and Siding Specialized. Estimates cheerfully furnished. SHINGLES. POSTS. Mill and Office Cor. 15th Avenue and , Gregory. ) GERMAN - AMERICAN INSTITUTE Practice Limited to Chronic,Nervous and Private Diseases. Thlesen Building. Pensacola. Fla. L.E. Nobles & "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 wear. 29 South Palafox. PHONE 790. H. G. DeSILVA & CO. Sash, Doors and Blinds. Rought and Dressed Lumber. Phone 11 and 1807. North Palafox Street. Buy Your Meets From the Palafox Market and save 20 to 30 per cent en your bills. 117 N. Palafox. Phone 195. Pearl Furniture Company 20-22 West Government Street. MEDIUM AND HIGH-GRADE F JR. NITURE AT MODERATE PRICES. Rhodes-Futch-Collins v Furniture Co. Complete House Furnishers. BRAWNER-RIERA CO. "One-Price Cash Depart ment Store." Corner Palafox and Romans Streets. The IV..&0. On the Square, Within Eay Reach ef Everywhere. The Home of the i VICTOR-VICTROLA. Revnald's Music House. 119 8. Palafox St., Pensacola. Fla. PENSACOLA CREAM MILKDEPOT. Phone 154 for Pure Milk and Cream. DIRECTORY RCZE ZUNG .EUBLIC STENOGRAPHER. OFFICE 401 American National Building. TELEPHONE 902. Bank DR. J. L. INGRAM. CLASSES CORRECTLY FITTED LENSES DUPLICATED WHILE YOU WAIT. 10 South Palafox. With Will C. Diffen-ierfer. T. G. YATES. M. D. Optlcljn. 410 Blount Building. Twenty years' experience as an Eye Specialist. Examination free. DR. J. B. TILLER, DENTIST 310 Blount Building. iJHl1. JOHN S. BEARD Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Practlr In all the courts, state and federal. Of ficee. 400-401 Thlesen Building, Pensacola, Florida. F. P. HIXON, M. D. 47 East Gresory Street. Phone ?1 Residence 49 East Gregory Street. Phone 1918. MAYES PRINTING CO. PRINTERS FOR PARTICULAR PEOPLE. 17.19 West Government St. Phone 181. H. E. Eldridge, M. D. Eclectic Physician. Chronic Diseases. Female TJ!sases ar.? Diseases of Children and Old. People. Nervous diseases a specialty. Residence 110 W. Chase. Phone 1157. Office, 101 N. Palafox. Phone. 66. n n Every Medietas Ai?6rU ed la This Paper For Sib at CRYSTAL PHARMACY Pm(hi"iw'-