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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, FRIDAY MOWING, NOVEMBER 14, 1913.
Protect Your Valuables When ' You Go Away 6 The matter of the safety of alua.bles Is one of -vital Importance. The safe deposit vault, "The Community strongbox," as It has been called, is the only sensible solution of th problem. Otir vault is conveniently located and provides perfect protection for valuables placed within its massive walls and behind its gigantic locks. The strongest materials and the most scientific skill have rone Into the making; of our fortress-like, vault, which is proof alike against any as sault that eril-lntentloned men or the forces of nature could make against ... In 7fuIt Vnt boxes for the safe keeping1 of papers an : other valuables of small size. For th ntr-- nt iw.nvaM o-ia.. .n , fther valuables of the bulkier nature, , kuciti ia yicuijr wi. ruonj tor irunns. DOXeS. etc Th rental charges for private boxes and for storage spaces are rea- ' T. 1 ' . ?l Proportion, in fact, to the great amount of protection afforded and the peace of mind insured by the use of these facilities. 1 Your lPectton of our vault Is Invited, even If you have no immediate use ror it, American National Bank Perwacola. Florida Our stock of ladies and Hisses suits consists of all the leading colors, materials and Fifth ave. styles.. Terms cash or credit Galin's 26 S. Palafox. .JE2L A I Ha OUR 8PECIAITY We Buy and Sell AM Sections. Aletzerer Brothers, U08ILE. ALA. GERMAN -AMERICAN ?i DOCTORS Practice Limited to Chrcnic,Nervous and Private tl 7 ; Diseases. ( Thlesen- Building, Penaeota, Fla. Horns Hunters With Hooey to Boy What They Want There are many owners of. houses, vacant lota and subdivisions who place Great value upon the op portunity to tell Pensa cola.' best families all about what they have ' to sell. , The Penaaeola Journal's "Want Ad Way" furnishes the chance they prize so highly. No worthy real estate on terpn'se need be neglected in the matter of publicity. The Journal goes Into all -classes ef occupied dwell ings, from the modest oot tage to the imposing man sion. Any real estate proposition will find its receptive au di en oe among The Jour nal's great family. If you have one, describe it in a "Want Ad" and leave it with THE JOURNAL Penaaoola'a "Want Ad" Directory MAYOR GETS A EOR II. ROOSEVELT ALTHOUGH ASSISTANT SECRE TARY OF THE NAVY IS NOT YET DUE HERE, A WIRE FOR HIM HAS ALREADY REACHED CITY HAS ALREADY REACHED CITY. TELEGRAM Although he is not due to arrive In this city until the 17th. which is Mon day, it may be that Assistant Secre tary pf the N.vy Franklin D, Roose velt will reach Pensacola sooner than that. .time. ,This statement is made Id view, of the. fact that Mayor Greenhut yesterday afternoon received a tel gram, addressed to Mr. Roosevelt in cam of the mayor of Pensacola. As soon as he received the telegram Mr. Greenhut begn investigating to see If the assistant secretary of the navy .had made any reservations at the leading hotels of the city and finding that he had not. he communicated with the Pensacola Commercial Association but neither of them had received any message from Mr. Roosevelt. The mayor did not take the liberty of opening the telegram and does not know whether it is an official one or not. but it is significant that a tele eraxn should come here for him at this time, addressed in care of the mayor. 1 It will not be surprising if the as sistant, secretary of the navy appears in Pensacola on almost any train from this time on. r MATTER FOR SYMPATHY. Madame Sarah" Bernhardt's reappear ance in London has revived a number of stories told of her wit. says Pear son's Weekly. ' During one of her American tours a Journalist attached to a New York news paper obtained an interview with her. He was a very offensive person, even more pushful and impertinent than the average American reporter seems to be. and he immediately- cegan to ask some very intimate and personal questions. At last Madame . Bernhardt found it absolutely necessary to refuse to reply and then, finding that his victim flatly refused to be dran Into making India there Is a larger storage space, where creet replies, the man began to set ir ritated. "But von must answer my questions, he protested. "Tou don't seem to un derstand, madam. I am a reporter. -With ' her sweetest smile, and In her most sympathetic tones, tne actress piled: "I'm so sorry. JUfliORS PLAY CLEVER TENNIS ATTHEYJ.C1 PLEASING TOURNAMENT HAS BEEN FIN! AND JULIUS MENKO WAS DECLARED THE WINNER OF CHAMPIONSHIP. Juniors at the T. M. C. A. have nniahed a Dleainsr tennis tcnrnamant. i the plays being completed during the I past ween, arm Julius Menko was de- ! ciaren the winner of tie championship. ; rnis division is one of widespread in j teres!, and has attracted considerable ' attention. The plays may be con tinued during the coming- week. Playe wTuen have been made during: the past weetc, and wJUch were won by Menko, with the winning: game tram. Ward Roegre, were as follows: Preliminary games Ward" Roegw defeated Walter Kehoe; Louis Rose- nau defeated Gerson Mayer; J. Kahn defeated C. J. Helnberg-, and Julius Menko defeated Lewis Bear. SemJ-flnfiia Ward Roeg-e defeated Louis Rosenau; Julius Menko defeat ed Lewis Bear. Finals Julius Menko defeated Ward Roeg-e. Ill EVER AGAIN" ED HARRIS, BROUGHT BEFORE UNITED STATES COURT ON CHARGE OF SELLING LIQUOR, SAYS THAT HE IS GUILTY. "Never again." This is the . motto of Ed Harris, colored, who was ar raigned before Judge Sheppard in the United States court yesterday after noon. Kd was charged with having sold liquor without license and he showed no hesitancy in acknowledging that he had done this very thing, but ex plained that he had only sold two pints when he was arrested. "Do you think you will ever engage In such an unprofitable business again," asked Judge Sheppard. "No, sir, boss, I never will do it no more, if I ever gets out of this," re plied he of the dusky hue. Judge Sheppard decided that In view of the fact thVt the negro had already been arrested by the state courts on the same charge, he would igive him another chance and told the 1 prisoner that he would be allowed to go this time but that if he ever came before the court again on a similar charge ho would be sentenced for both offenses. . , STOMACH MISERY .1 "PAPE'S DIAPEPSIN" REALLY DOES FIX SICK, SOUR, BLOATED STOMACHS IN FIVE MINUTES TIME IT! Time it! In five minutes all stom ach distress will go. 2s'o indigestion, heartburn, sourness or belching' of gas, acid, or eructations of undigest ed food, no dizziness, bloating; foul breath or headache. Pape'a IMapepsdn Is noted for its srpeed in regulating upset stomachs. It i the surest, quickest and most cer tain indigestion remedy in the whole world, and besides it is harmless. Millions of men and women now eat their favortie foods without feax they know Pape's Diapeipsln will save them from any stomaoh misery. Please, for your cake, get a large fifty-cent case of Pape's Diapepsin from any drug store and put your stomach right. Don't keep on being miserable life is too short you are not nere Kmg. eot make your stay agreeable. Eat what you like and di gest it; enjoy it, without dread of re bellion in tho stomach. Pape's Duapepsin belongs in your hime anyway. Should one of the family eat something which dont agree with them, or in case of an at tack of indigestion, dyspepsia, gastri tis or stomach derangement ait day time or during the night, ti is handy to give tiae quickest, surest relief know. (Adv.) SAYS A GliO GAS BIN r B ath The designers of these new Bath Robes have given us some very pleas ing styles, and we'd like to have you all see them. The showing Terry cloth and and odd Indian have slippers to , $3.50 We are taking tinctly new "Jap robe," a robe that any man will appreciate for a Christy mas present. See 20 S. PALAFOX ST. BETTER CLOTHES. DAVS no II. S. GAUGE R FOR PENSACOLA IS APPOINTED BY COLLECTOR I H. LEWIS OF THE FEDERAL REVENUE DEPARTMENT. Arthur W. Davis, former eouwtv ooinnwssioner, was yesterday appoint ed united States gauger for Penaa eola by Collector H. H. Lewis of the internal revenue department. Tne oatles of g-aueer are mostlv confined to inspections of the rectify, ing house in the city, and the pay is 15.00 per day for time actually nut in. The pay at Pensacola ranges from $75 to $125 per month, -and will - average about $100. Mr. Davis will begin work as soon as hie commission arrives, whdeh orttgtvt to bo in a day or two. He will succeed TV. D. Griffin who has re signed. Irregular bowel movements lead to chronic constipation and a constipated habit fills the system with impurities. HZ2R3INB is a great bowel regulator. It purlfles the system, vitalizes the blood and puts the digestive organs in line vigorous condition. Price 60c. Sold by all druggists. (adv) SAFE FOR CHILDREN, BEST FOR YOU DRUGGISTS ENDORSE It's a Guaranteed Harmless Vegetable Remedy that Regulates the Liver Without Stopping Your Work or Play. A dose of calomel knocks you com pletely out for a day -sometimes two or three days. Dodaon's Liver Tone relieves attacks of constipation, bil iousness and lazy liver headaches, and you stay on your feet. AH dnuggists your druggist and all DEEP WATER ROUTE CHANGE OF SCHEDULE, EFFECTIVE DAY, NOVEMBER 16. Train No. 21 will arrive in Pensacola 10:15 a. m. daily. Train No. 22 will leave Pensacola 2:15 m. daily. Train No. 24 will leave Pensacola 6 a. miaily except Sunday. Train No. 23 will arrive Penslcola 6 p. m. daily except Sunday. I G. E. WILLINGSj General Traffic Mantger. 4 isWfiij in arm iir Tfmxffiflmt Blount Bldg. Phone CEnnFiEDPueucAccouNTArn"5 ! Empire Buildimo American NattBanxBuedino ATLANTA '.Eft PENSACOLA, FLA. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Of Pensacola, Florida. Designated Depository of the United States. I ' DIRECTORS: F. C Brent, W. A. Blount, W. H. Knowlea W. j. Forbes, Thos W. Brent. Robes consists of robes of blanket materials, blanket effects. Some match. TO $15. orders for the. dis them; they're elegani Piano Factor to You. "Kranlch A Bath." 'fold String 8cho maeher," "Lester,' "Eieraon, "Llnds man," "Chlckerlnfl.' Player Pianos "Ceclllan," "Leter."iii cheaper. Player Music, 'cut prices. 'aAory agents. The Clutter ffjlsic House. JACKSOI BOYS ARE SB1ITENCED ONE IS GIVEN JAIL TERM OF THREE MOTHS AND THE OTHER A FIE OF FIVE HUN DRED DOLLAB. One of the flrothlnes Judee W. B. Shennard. of thentted Staten r-OTwrt. did after the courVhad been called to order yesterday ws to cause the Jacks an. bro th ecs. . . tvo were convicted on Tuesday of aeeuting with intent to murder Quill MNair, formerly a deputy United Sta marshal, to be brought before htm or sentence. Judge Shenpard tetenced Samuel P. Jackson to five tenths imorison- ment in the county Ul, which la now used by the governnnt. while Rufus Jackson was sentence! to pay a fine of $500 and eerve this months in the Jail, the Jail sentencebeing suspended during the god behsloT of the de fendant. I The Jackson broth were Indicted by the grand Jury the charge of assault with intent tl murder. They were defended by C. oreno Jones. DODSON'S LI ER TONE others sell Dodson'o Ier Ton and guarantee it to giv pefect satisfac tion. If you buy a bott of Dodsotn's Liver Tone and do nq find it the safest, most pleasant ad successful liver remedy you ever tk. the drug gist will give you back the 50 cents, you paid for it without aquestion. The guarantee that eery druggist is glad to give on Dodson) Liver Tone is as eafe and reliable -the medi cine, and that is saying l lot. Balk com Drug Oo. j (Adv.) JUN- 79. Pensaola, Fla. JUDGE WOLFE DECIDES FOR THE DEFENDANT COURT RULES THAT SHERIFF HAD NOT SHOWN JUST CAUSE IN MANDAMUS PROCEEDINGS AGAINST CIRCUIT CLERK. After hearing' the arguments of the attorneys. Judge J. Emimet Wolfe of the circuit court, yesterday rendered a decision in favor of the defendant in tee mandamus suit of Sheriff A Cary Kills against Jas. Macglbbon, clerk of the circuit court. This case was the result of the re fusal, a number of months ago. of the oircudt clerk to sign a warrant In fa vor of the sheriff for servant's hire at the county Jail, the amount Involved being $22.50 per month. The clerk first brought this propo sition to the attention of the public five months ago, when he refused to sign the warrant for the servamt'e hire at the couny jail. The sheriff imme diately Instituted mandamus proceed ings and the payment of this warrant each month has been held up by the clerk, pending the outcome of the hearing before Judge "Wolfe. The arguments were made on Nov. 1, the sheriff being represented by C Moreno Jones, while the clerk wits represented by John P. Stokes. It has been five months einoe the sheriff filed his complaint and during this time the salary for servant's hire has been held up by Clerk Macglbbon, so that tlie amount now involved la $112.50. The ruling of Judge Wolfe puts an end to thds controversy, unless the sheriff sees fit to appeal the case to the supreme court, and it is not prob able that he will do so, as the amount involved Is oo small. Prices That Talk For Today Only Nelson's HersheyV Cocoa 8c Dime Brand Milk.. 9c Argo Salmon ..... .15c Seedless Raisins ... 8 c Kellogg's Toasted Corn Flakes .... 8c FRESH MEATS. Veal and Lamb, lb. .20c Fresh Western Meat, Chickens, Eggs and But ter. Fresh Bread daily. See Ad Saturday. . PALAFOX MARKET Palafox Stu, Opp. Court House. SAM CHARLES Shoes Half-Soled In 15 Minutes. Called For and Delivered. "NUFF SED." 511 South Palafox. BRAWNER-RIERA CO. "One-Price Cash Depart ment Store." Corner Palafox and Romans Streets W. A. RAY HDW. CO. Wholesale and Retail 710 South Palafox Street Phone 1450 The M.&O. On the Square. Within Eaay Reach of Everywhere. H. McLEOD & CO., Tents, Awnings, Tarpaulins. Estimates Gladly Furnished. 602.608 S. Palafox. Phone 1176. Pensacola, St. Andrews and Gulf Steamship Co. STEAMER TARPON FIRST CLASS PASSENGER AND FREIGHT SERVICE -Between PENSACOLA, MOBILE, APALACHI COLA, CARRABELLE, ST. AN MILLVILLE. . " And All Points on St. Andrews Bay, Carrabelle and Apalaehicola. SCHEDULE: DREWS, PANAMA CITY, Leaves Pensacola, Sunday 8:30 p. m. for Mobile, Ala. Leaves Mobile, Monday 7:30 p. m. Leaves Pensacola Tuesday 6:00 p. for St. Andrews, Millviils, Apa laehicola, Carrabeile and Intermediate Points. R. J. R EAGER, General Freight and Passonger Agent, Pensacola, Fla. Phona 653. Every man who's got $18 ought to see Watson, Parker Reese Cos big window of fine suits. Also tell his wife not to forget Baby Day and Children's Day, Monday and Tuesday. Watch the windows. DRY CLEANING STEAM DYEING. Ladles' and Gentlemen's gar ments re-fltted and re-tlned by experts. Cor. Baylen and Garden Phone 1213 The H. & H. Market and Grocery keeps everything that la eeod to eat Phones 1357 and 1484. Agents Hart Schaffner&Marx and Kirschbaum Suits L. E. Nobles & Co. "Your Money's Worth or Your Money Back." 29 South Palafox. PHONE 790. KODAK WORK- We Make a Specialty of Photo graphic Work of All Kinds. McMahon & Johnson Over Sol Cahn &. Co.'a. See Us For Business Opportunities Along the Line of Deep Water Townsite 711 Blount Building. Phone 1028. Notice to the Public: Bryan's Market now located at 27 S. Devil liers street. Phone 908. "WE DYE" and French dry-clean Carpets, Rugs, Portters, Curtains and Blankets. Call five-six-seven. We do the rest. ROSENAITS. 107 S. Baylen Street. The Pensacola State Bank Pensacola'a Most Conveniently Located Bank. Designated Depository BICYCLES C. J. JOHNSON Repair work; Gunsmith 221 North Tarragona RHODES - COLLINS Furniture Co. Complete House Furnishers. 1 Vvaew MorifririA Arfvrlfi- I 1 ed la Thix Paper For Sals j j at CRYSTAL PHARMACY Co. Q & K- Two Expert Watch makers. All repairs guaranteed. Bring, us your work. Jeweler. 103 North Palafox St. Auto and Motorcycle Gas Tanks exchanged H.W.Gibbs Hdw. Co. IN THE HEART OF PENSACOLA The Central Pharmacy. Phone 17a. TRUSSES Every sty! and size expertly fitted here. We have Just received a full assortment. BALKCOM DRUG CO. 17 South Palafox Street. Phone 19. SAN CARLOS HOTEL, Geo. H. Hervey, Managing Director Pensacola's Pride. The prettiest styles ever shown in Pensacola can be seen at LA MODE 124 S. Palafox Insurance i KNOWLES BROS. BRENT BUILDING. PHONT. -Equitable Life Assurance So'Jc of New York. Lee Lumber Oo. BUILDING MATERIAL. Phone 310. DIRECTORY DR. W. A. J. POLLOCK 121 1-2 S. Palafox St. Over D'Alemberte'a Pharmacy. Office Phone 274. Residence Phone 347 DR. HENRY BORST, Stomach Specialist and Specialist Jn Diseases of Children, is now located In Fisher Real Estate Building. 204V4 South Palafox streeL Office hours. 10 to 12 and 2 to 6. DR. L. C. PHILLIPS HOMEOPATHIC PHIS1CIAN Children's Diseases and Gereral Practice, 309 Blount Bldg. DR. J. L. INGRAM. GLASSES CORRECTLY FITTED. LENSES DUPLICATED WHILE YOU WAIT. 18 South Palafox. With Will C. Diffenderfer. T. G. YATES, M. D. OPTICIAN. 413 Blount Building. Twenty Years' Experience as an Eyi Specialist. .Examination free. DR. J. B. TILLER, DENTIST. 310 Blount Bul'dlng. Office Phone, 86, Residence Phone. 4-' MAYES PRINTING CO. PRINTERS FOR PARTICULAR PEOPLE. 17-19 West Government 6L Phone 131.