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the postofflce at Pensacola, Florida,
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FOREIGN ADVERTISING.
Foreign Advertising: Robert MaQuoid,
Special Representative.
New York Office: Room 905. Bruns
wick Building.
Chicago Office : Advertising' BulMlng.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1313.
What Bank Advertising
Has Done in Chicago. -
A few yeara ago the banks did
isoarceJy any advertising said. , -what
r, they did do -was confined to sma.ll,
' dignified" cards whlcflx were thought
to be he only thing' la keeping1 with
ithe. BtralghMBuotid dignity of a bank's
justness.
Finally the) snore progressive banks
' .began o loosen up and gradually
practically H of them jot Into the
habit of lining printer's Ink. The re
' aeult in ma city, Chicago, Is aptly
told by h Chicago Journal, as fol-
...' lows;
v At the last (report, Chicago banks
j . had 9234.S59.430 of savings deposits
a. little better tshan am average of $100
S per capita for the entire population of
! the ctey. The average for all Illinois
1 is $55.77 per capita, and for the Uaiit-
..'.. ed States, $67.77.
... That Chicago ranks so high In av
j ' ' erase savings is dme in large measure
I . to (persist rt advertising by a num;
j V . , Ib-er of the city's prominent banks,
i , Many years ago these banks began a
i '. " campaign of eduoatiotn, to make peo- j
' ' -Die understand the value of savings;
I v --' sfccoounts and to foster the habit of
. thrift. It was a piece of far-sighted
strategy on the part of the advertis
er?, for results were slow in coming;
(but they came at last.
Chicago is not in what may be oall-
! ,(! the savings belt. The contrast be
tween the record of the oity and that
.' of the. state at large is sufficient to
- prove that. The group of middle west
ern states in which Illinois belongs
Bias a still lower average $46.13 per
capita. Compare this with New Eng
land, - where savings banks deposits
" average $237 for each man, woman
and child of the total population, and
; .you will ?e the handicap under which
I bankers labored in building up the
savtogs EslMx among our people.. ;
. It wa not pMlantihropy wfolch dic
tated the bankers' advertising. It was
Hong-headed self Interest; and of all
the more worth on that account, since
it has clone good to all concerned. No
action by any part of the community
has been of more publlo service than
; ,. this persTsteitt advertising of the ben
efits of thrift. .
There aro Jsrrt two points to bank
. , advertising. (1) To promote thrift
aiBions' the people wMdh in turn (helps
make bankng profitable. C2) To meet
competition and bold as well as build
up d-eposlts.
The meeting: of xnnpt4tton by a
. . ' "hank does not mean simply meeting
the cetmpetftkm for business of other
Ibaaaks. The basnks biggest and most
fiaogrots competitor 9s the old etock
.. 'tog, thm bed mattress, the hole be
(ne&th the fire place, or the old tLa can j
f "burled in -Che 'back yard. j
I If all of Che boarded! money cold be 1
-etyttaed from tta hiding places. Jhe !
ftrKniai wtroM not only Increase Cheir
j rdwpowftjs by very large eanoxmrt, bat a
fvmet exMonmsodaaoa of sddlttional
Wwy "woxrtd bs pot laato th chaitrtela of
U3Bax& nOvwtStsSsig wd beJp do tMs
A It U ttm only thfe that -wTJ do
f?The Gasoline Engine
llAnd the Farmer. .
msw . people hsrve perhaps stopped to
jfconslder what an important part the
. jgasoHne engine Is playing; and Is desthi
isd to play, to the Kf9 of th!s cotm-
fcry.'Y.
There was a time when the ambition
I let almost every farmer boy was to
; JBnd work In town, and the ambition
f )Df almost every farmer was to make
I nong)x money to enable him to retire
? from the farm and to settle In the city
j Vrhere he could have the advantages
Get Your 3 Twice a
Year and Your Money
Back When You
Want It.
The are the features of our
"Special Stock" certificates which
pay per cent In smi-annual div
idend, with the privilege of -withdrawing-
your money, -whenever
you need it.
If your money Is Idle, or Is draw
ing less than 8 er cent, come
place it with us.
Regular stock subscriptions nn
ually earn 7 to 74 per cent an
nually in this association.
Pensacola
Home and Savings
Association
R. M. CARY. President.
. JOHN MASSEY, Secretary.
14 East Government. .
of living which city life In some r
epects holds forth.
A city possesses the advantages of
paved streets, electric llffhts, good
schools, good churches, publlo parks,
theaters, moving picture shows, enter,
tainments of various kinds and acces
sibility to the best stores where the
best bargains may be obtained.
Heretofore the man who lived in the
country and who had to travel to town
for a long distance and usually over
a very jQor road could have very
few of these advantages and naturally
th farmer boy always looked forward
to the time when he could enjoy the
things which his friends in the city
possessed In such abundance.
The coming of the gasoline engine
has changed all of this. Today a man
may live upon the farm and enjoy
practically all of the. good things of
life that the city man enjoys and he
may have in addition all the advan
tages of the farm which the city
does not enjoy. The automobile en
ables him to put his children into the
city schools, to attend church In the
city churches, to drive in after supper
and go to the theater, to buy his goods
at the big city stores and with Quick
ness and dispatch to haul his products
to the city market.
But this Is only part of what the
gasoline engine Is doing for the farm
er. With it he can numn his water
and have running water through his
house and barns. He can make his
eleotrio lights and light his house
and barns as completely as it could
be done in the city. He can grind i
his feed, run his, cane grinder, his cot- !
ton gin. his hay press, and do a variety
of work Quicker and better and easier
than it could be done in the old way.
In fact, the gasoline engine not only
enables the farmer to handle a greater
amount of work quicker and easier on
, .
his farm than he was ever able to do
it before, but it places him within
easy reach of the city where he can
have all of the advantages that a city
man enjoys without suffering the
crowded conjestion of city life.
The development of the gasoline en
gme is yet m its mrancy, but in a
very few years it will have revolu
tionized the conditions of industry and
of living throughout the world
I El. TO ill LI
k VISITOR
PENSACOLA
CONVICT INSPECTOR WHO IS
PROMINENTLY MENTIONED FOR
RAILROAD COMMISSIONER IS IN
THE CITY ON OFFICIAL BUSI
NESS. t
Amongr tne prominent -visitors in
Pensacola is R. R. Tomlin of Plant
City, convict inspector, and a member
ot the jfloruoa legislature of 1913
Although if has been said all over
tne state cnat Air. Tomlin will be a
candidate for a member of the railroad
commission at the next election, a
representative of this paper could, not
ootatn. such a statement from Mr.
Tomlin when &e talked to him last
mg-ht.
The nearest 3Ir. Tomlin would come
to saying that he would be a candi
date for this position in the rrext elec
tion was when he . said that if ihe did
decide to announce for this position
no would probawy make tus announce
ment In Pensacola.
Mr. Tomlin has many friends in
Pensacola who are always glad to see
him when ne comes to t Deep Wa
ter city.
E WINNERS
IHAT0 CLUB
LEON COUNTY EXHIBITS WERE
FINE AND MANY GATHERED IN
COURT HOUSE TO WITNESS
THEM.
SPECL4X. TO THE JOURNAL
Tallahassee, Xov. 13. The exhibits
in the Leon County Boys Corn Club
contest and Girls' Tomato Canning
dub contest were neld at the county
court (house here yesterday. A large
number of Tallahassee people visited
it he exhibits, Including whom were
Governor and Mrs. Park Trammell,
and many expressions of pleasant sur
prise were heard from the visitors.
The mam interest centered in the
girls tomato canning oontest as there
were -valuable prizes offered. To Miss
Genevieve Crawford, the county agent,
is due much credit for the creditable
exhibits for she has devoted much
time and work to arouse interest In
this contest.
The winner of the prizes offered for
the best showing was Miss Vinnie
Council, who raised and canned 3,304
pounds of tomatoes from one-tenth of
an acre cf ground and which netted
profits amounting to $33.05. The prizes
she received were: From Leon coun
ty. $20 cash; from E. O. Painster Fer
tilizer Co., $25 cash and gold watch.
This was the first contest of the
kind held in Leon county and was a
great success. Doubtless next year
the number of contestants will be
greatly increased.
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NA1
INT
THE PENS AC OLA JOURNA1FRIDAY MORNING,
!HT6IME!iYIS
1W PLACE
OF CONFERENCE
THREE'. METHODIST MINISTERS
OF THIS PLACE WILL ATTEND,
ONE OF THEM POSSIBLY TO BE
ASSIGNED TO OTHER FIELDS.
Three Methodist ministers of this
city are to attend the Alabama Meth
odist conference at Montgomery this
year, the sessions of the important
church body to be convened at the
Alabama capital city on December 3.
The ministers here wHI all attend,
leaving here about the first day of the
month to be on hand at the opening
session.
Two of the ministers nave been here
two years eac?i, and it ds thought that
both of these will be returned for at
least anothsr two yeer'a work. The
other one has been here for the al
lotted term of four years, and toe will
go to another field of labor.
Rev. p. H. Holt, pastor of the First
Methodist church, has spent the past
two years here, and is in all likeli
hood to be returned. His services here
has been one succession . of satisfac
tion to the lrge congregation which
he serves, and his re-assignment will
be a matter of mucn pleasure to his
Pensacola friends.
Rev. J. A. Peterson serves the con
gregation of the Oadsden street Meth
odist church, and has also labored for
two years in the Pensacola field. His
return is almost certain. He is popu
lar with both "his congregation and
the general Pensacola public, and this
popularity counts a lot In the bishops
cabinet in assignment of ministers.
Many friends of Rev. R. J. Haskew
will regret to learn that he will not
hard1 j5me hack ,here: Rs Jias
j served 'the Pensacola mission field for
the allotted time of full four years,
and it is not customary to send a
ministers to a single charge or field
for longer than that time. He has
made oumtless friends In tnls city
and section dur in ?r the four years of
his good service here.
Bishop is Coming.
Bishop Hendricks of Kansas City,
who will preside at the Alabama con
ference, will make a trip to Pensacola
this month. He Is expected to be here
on Iviov. 2o, which will be on Tuesday.
He will hold on service in Fensaooia,
preaching at the First M-ethodlst
church on Wright street. It was an
nounced last night by a prominent
churchman that the bishop's time in
Pensacola would be limited to the sin-
otice
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for your town in WEST
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derful American Adding
Machine, price $35.
American
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Machines
now in 10,000 offices.
Dealers in 600 cities
since June.
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22 SPalafox Street.
West Florida Agents,
Pensacola, Fla.
Service
lor
Piano
Owners
We aro) pleased to announce
that we have engaged the ser
' vices of an expert piano tuner
and repair man and will make
this a regular department of our
business.
We are thoroughly , prepared
to take care of all player piano
work as our mechanics are ex
tensively experienced In this
particular line of work, which
has. In the past, been so per
plexing to those following it.
Tour piano troubles can now be
relieved by applying to
The Starr Piano
Company
S South Pa'afox Street
Or Riwg Phors 1976.
iS. COLEMAN
Trt POPULAR PRICE STORE
It isrie Young Men Who
w
t Shoe Styles
'An woe betide the shoe
storehat thinks it knows
what I vounjr man wants
bette
. o -
an he does himself.
Th
season the young
fashion want shoes
men
with
s that are a happy
mediu
between pointed
d, taperinsr enousrh
and n
to befehapely, yet broad
enougljo be comfortable.
Heel are built low and
square-feometimes flanged.
The Ire part of the shoe
is Iongbnd flat and "toes
down
The Tole effect is one of
slender tfensrth.
For aeefc wear th best
models
skin an
eyelets
edull black calf
an calf skin. Blind
iome of the lace
shoes.
$4, $5.
3
gle service,
It is likely that the
church will btj
r-wded upon the occa-
si on.
Stop coughife!you rack the lungs
and worry th bdy. BALLARD'S
HOREHOUTOSTRUP checks Irrita
tion, heals the kng and restores com
fortable breathig.lPrice 25c, 50c and
$1.00 per bottli old by all drug
gists.
adv)
GULFPOIT FIRM
PENSACOLA SHIPER IS INTER
ESTED
WHICH
IN
S1C0C0
COMPANY
HAS BN
ORGANIZED
AT THAT LIVE
PORT.
Gus Eitzen1 of his Cily is one of
the firm to be knK'n as the Southern
Export Companywhlch has recently
been organized Gullport, Miss.,
witn Andrew Gy, or Gulf port, as
manager. A diaatch telling of the
formation of then rm Is as follows:
"The SouthernExport Company has
been organized ire with a capital of
$100,000. The fcorporators of the
company are WP. Tearse of Winona,
Wis.. Gus Eitz of Pensacola, An
drew Gray of Qlfrort, A. S. Mitchell
and I. C. Wilsoiof Lyman. The com
pany's charter enmits it to manufac
ture, buy and Jll lumber and timber.
and to export rom Gulfport, Mobile,
Pensacola andjther ports for sale in
foreign countrW. Andrew Gray will
be manager of he company. The firm
will be closelylssociated by The Key-ser-Muldon
Cl of Pensacola, and the
latter's firm fill discontinue their
Gulfport offlcq
i
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The Old Startard general strengthen
ing tonic, DRIVE'S TASTELESS chill
TONIC, driW out Malaria and builds
up the systei A true tonic and sure
Appetizer. Br adults and children.
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AN EJE TO BUSINESS.
At a perlrmance of Hamlet there
were no moi interested and absorbed
spectators tl-fn two news?es in the gal
lery, says Hfper's Weeiciy.
The boys ad been watching the per
formance wih breathles interest. The
last act war drawing to a close. The
duel almost fragged the lads from their
seats. I
Before thlr eyes the ruen was pols1-
oned. Laetes killed, tbe King killed.
Hamlet killd. Oh the final tragedy th
curtain staled down. The audience was
spellbound.
In the g?ery there was a clatter and
a crash a one of the boys mentioned
started fo the door. "Come on. Tom
my t" he pouted back to his companion.
"Hustle! Bre'll be extra newspapers out
tellln'- abdt dese murders, an' we can
sell a lot If we gets dere first."
Ambition
Pills
i
i
Forplervous People
At lat they're here and here to
stay, lie first time ever offered to
the people of Pensacola the famous
Wendells Ambition Pills the great
nerve tmic that wia put vigor, vim
and viijllty into nervous, tired out,
all In, despondent people in a few
days. I
Anyoje can buy a box for only 50
cents, and The Crystal Pharmacy is
authorised by the maker to refund the
purchase price If anyone is dissatis
fied. . j
Thousands praise them' for general
debility! nervous prostration, mental
depresson and unstrung nerves
caused by over-indulgence In alcohol.
tobacco, or excesses of any kind.
As a brain food or any affliction of
the nervous system WendelFs Ambi
tion Pi3s are unsurpassed, while for
hysteria trembling and neuralgia they
are siaply splendid. -Fifty cents at
the Crystal Pharmacy and dealers
everywlere. Mail orders fined,
charges prepaid by Wendell Pharma
GUS Ell IN
col Co.-Syracuse, .a4r)
NOVEMBER 14,.1913.
DELEGATES TO
CONVENTION AT
PALATKA. FLA.
MORE THAN ONE HUNDRED BUSI
NESS MEN OF PENSACOLA ARE
APPOINTED TO ATTEND BIG
MEETING.
More than one hundred and sixty
business men, representatives and
citizens have been appointed as dele
gates from the city of Pensacola to
the sixth annual convention f tiie
Mississippi to Atlantic Inland Water
way Association, which convenes In
Palatka next week, and at which a
number of the leading men of the na
tion will deliver addresses.
This association is one of the
strongest and foremost of the south
and it is quite an ihonor to he ap
pointed as a delegate to this import
anr gathering.
The Pensacola people and firms who
have been appointed as delegates to
this session are as follows:
Gulf Machine- Works, Southern
States Lumber Co., Commercial Asso
ciation of Pensacola, W. II. Knowles,
H. G. DeSilva Co., J. E. Williams,
'American National Bank, Wm. John
son & Son. Aveiy Hardware & Supply
Co., J. R. Saunders Co., First National
Pank, Pensacola Gas Company, James
McHugh. W. H. Northup, Union Na
val Stores Co., H. H. Thornton, Bass
&. Co.. E. E. Saunders Co., Warren
Fish Co.. Hooton & Watson, Dr. F. G.
Renshaw. H. Muller, Rix M. Robinson,
J. O Walker. Mars ton & Quina. J. E.
Ccncannon Co., A. Greenhut, Pensa
cola Yacht and Motor Boat Club, L.
Eorras, S. H. Kress & Co.. Jno. A.
Merritt & Co., Escambia Realty Co..
Palace Saloon, Watson, Parker &
Reese, Escambia County Medical So
ciety, C. E. Dobson Co., W. L. Mover,
Stratton Ice Works, Brawner-Riera
Co.. Geo. W. Howe & Co., E. C. Max
well, C. H. Turner Construction Co.,
D. W. McMillan, Title Guaranty Co.,
Dr. C. L. Smith. L. E. Nobles Co., Ex
port Lumber Co., Peter Lindensts u.'i,
John R. Scott, John G. Smith. W. A.
Blount, Jr., Sullivan & Sullivan. J. W.
Andrews, Capt. A B. Rocheblave, II.
L. Covington. Capt. T. E. Welles,
Charles A. Born, MoDavid-Hyer Co.,
Pensacola Investment Co., P. K. Yonge,
Pensacola Electric Co., C. C. Good
man, W. J. & B. Forbes. Pensacola
Lumber Co., Boston Shoe Store,
Blount, Blount & Carter, Keyser-Mul-don
Co., Peoples National Bank, F. C.
Brent, B. S. Williams, W. K. Hyer.
Jr., Frank Reilly. GIbbs. Quigley &
Morgan, WeUes-Kann Co., Crystal
rharmacy, McK. Oerting & Co., The
John White Store, J. C. Van Pelt, Dr.
S. R. M. Kenedy. Packard Land Co,
A. Lischlcofr, Lewis Bear Co., John G.
Ward, Ilervey Hotel Co., H. Baars &
Co.. Dunwody-Aiken Towboat Co., M.
J. Elkan & Co., Bullock & Caldwell,
Sol Cahn & Co., Pensacola Realty Co.,
Mayes Printing Co.. T. C. Watson,
Consolidated Grocery Co., Pensacola j
Journal. T. II. Lannon Co., Fisher I
Real .-Estate Agency. American Naval
Stores Co., Pensacola State Bank, F. 1
B. Carter. Cary & Co., J. V. Riera,
L. E. Brooks Co., German-American
Lumber Co., H. H. Boyer, Pensacola,
St. Andrews & Gulf S. S. Co., J. E. D.
Yonge, A. V. Clubb, W. B. Sheppard,
T. F. McGourin, Murphy-Morrison Co.,
Pensacola Evening- News, Judge Henry
Bellinger, Henry M. Yonge. W. . S.
Reeves, J. H. Sherrill, S. F. Fulghum
Co., Judge L. J. Reeves, J. S. Roberts,
N. B. Cook. J. Ed. Williams, N. J.
Lillard, MeDavid-Hyer Co., N. Gold
ring, McKenzle Oerting Co., J. E.
Taylor, Santa Rosa County Commis
sioners, Pensacola Gas Engine and
Supply Co., W. S. Rosasco, Pilots As
sociation, Peake Electric Company,
John B. Jones. Pensacola cooperage
Co., W. C. Mackey, Emmet t Wilson,
Leland J. Henderson, Knowles Hyer,
Frank L. Mayes. Scott M. Loftin, W.
S. Ware, Geo. H. Hervey. A. M. Avery
& Son. I. H. Aiken Towboat Co., C.
E. Dobson, Knowles Bros.. W. A. Ray
Hardware Co., J. Andrews, Judge
A. C. Blount, Scott M. Loftin. J. H.
Smithwick, G. A. Berry, Florida-Alabama
Land Co., Forbes, Quigley &
Morgan, J. E. Abercrombie, J. E. Du
bulsson & Co., Parlor Market, R. M.
Wells, W. A. Dunham. L. G. Crosby,
W. W. Richards, F. E. Osgood, A. M.
McMillan, T. A. Jennings, W. Chipley
Jones,
CHIENMDERS
HATCHING FOR
SIOOTH CROOK
HAS RECEIVED NOTICE ABOUT
MAN WITH MANY ALIASES WHO
HAS ONE OF THE SLICKEST
SCHEMES ON RECORD.
Chief of Police Sanders Is in receipt
of a letter describing one of the most
original crooks on record, and a re
ward of $400 is onered for his con
viction.
The -circular offering a 'reward for
the arrest and conviction of this of
fender begins as follows: "$400 Re
ward for the Arrest and Conviction of
John H. Kline and Many Other
Aliases," which shows that he Is no
novice at the game he is practicing
and that he has been in the business
for some time.
According to the circular accom
panying the description of Kline and
many other aliases, his method of
working, is as follows:
This is his method of working: A
short time after arriving in this, coun
ty he called upon a banker in a small
town about twelve miles from this city,
knowing that very likely there would
be a notary public there, and be asked
him if he knew where he could pur
chase a good farm.
He was told of a good farm for ten
'thousand dollars, and that being about
What he wanted, went to see same.
TJie- next day he made arrangements
to meet both parties, and while in con
versation, he asked the banker I? 8ie
was a notary public, saying that he
-varrt-pxi to send the power of attorney
to -a friend. .After-signing, his signa
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For Sale at D'Alemberte's Pharmacy.
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ture1 being sworn, he asked the farmer
to sign as a witness, thereby obtaining
the signature of the man who owned
the farm, and the signature of the no
tary public, also a copy of the seal.
He then obtained the farmer's deed
to his property or farm, saying that
he wanted to look over the abstract.
Kline then came to this city and
called at a real estate office saying that
he had purchased a farm for ten thou
sand dollars and that he wanted to
borrow three thousand dollars, and
give a mortgage on the farm for that
amount, as he would need that amount
for the improvements he wished to
make.
The real estate man made arrange
ments with one of his clients that he
had in mind. After meeting this
party Kline took him out to see the
farm, and being so impressed with it he
decided to let him have thirty-five hun
dred dollars. On arriving' in this city
the real estate man was instructed to
draw up a mortgage. The next morn
ing they met at the real estate office
and both parties went to the register
of deeds office and Kline placed on file
a forged warranty deed complete with
a notary public's signature and seal
and the signature of the man of whom
he -had bought the farm, also the
mortgage that had been drawn up at
the real estate office. This being done.
t!hey went to one of th local banks
and the thirty-five (hundred dollars
was paid over to Kline, and that ia
the last v that has ever been seen of
Kline.
Hooray! Baby To
Rule the House
No Longer Do Women Fear The Great
cat of All Human Blessing.
It is a Joy and comfort to know that
those much-talked-of pains and other dis
tresses that are said to precede child-bearing
may easily be avoided. No woman iwed
fear the slightest discomfort If she will
fortify herself with the eil-known and
time-honored remedy, "Mother's Friend."
This la a most grateful, penetrating, ex
ternal application that at once softens and
makes pliant the abdominal muscles and
ligaments. They naturally expand without
the slightest strain, and thus not only
banish all tendency to nerrons, twitching
spells, but there Is an. entire freedom from
nausea, discomfort, sleeplessness and dread
Jhat so often leave their impress upon the
babe.
The occasion is therefore one of un
bounded, joyful anticipation, and too much
Stress can not be laid upon the remarkable
Influence which a mother's happy, pre-natal
disposition has upon the health and for
tunes of the generation to come.
Mother's Friend is recommended only for
the relief and comfort of expectant mothers,
thousands of whom have used and recom
mend It. Yon will find It on sale at all dmg
stores at $1.00 a bottle. Write to-day to the
Eradfield- Regulator Co., 130 Lamar Eldg.,
Atlanta, Ga., for a most Instructive book on
this greatest of all subjects, motherhood.
Say 6S"
or "93" to Central and
she'll connect you with
the source of the best
coal on earth
(CsiyDslbQ Cos
Delivered
56 a ton
14 East Government Street.
Phone Office 83 and 113. Yard
6 and 134.
Hosier f
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NEW SUIT FILED.
The following suit was filed yester
day in the office of the clerk of the
circuit court:'
G. B. Kimbrough vs. Kupfrian Fark
Company, a corporation, damages $600.
L. W. Nelson, attorney for complain
ant. SHFS ROACH FZFHnjj
II IS NUT ALYLIUKKU I I.XM
TTlie flcisri
ortii Willie
Is fiie fviao
not always, but ninety
nine times out of a hundred
that's SO !
It takes mentality to Tnk
money. It requires man
hood to save money.
The man who will take
onlv a little of the money
his'mentality his ability has
earned for him and will save
it, will get on! Ask any
man ten years older than
you ! Ask him how much
he regrets saving so little as
ten cents a day for the last
ten years. Ask him how
how much less he thinks of
himself than men of affairs
think of fellow-men who
have saved regularly during
the last ten years.
The moral ! SAVE ! De
posit your savings In a safe
institution such as tif
bank. And above all begin,
to save NOW !
Pensacola
State Bank
1y Located Banking Institution
Pensacola'a Most Conven
iently Located Banking
Institution.
PORTER'S BAZAAR
114 East Wright Street, Phone 2037
Agents for W. L. DOUGLAS and
HAMILTON-BROWN Shoe, Hard
ware, Dry Goods and Notions. Low
cst prices In the city at this tor.
Edison Mazda
Lamps
Double the amount of light
otherwise obtained for a dollar's
worth of current.
It is as unwise to move Into
an un wired house now as It !'
to live longer In a house that
lacks this Inexpensive luxury.
Now is the time to have
houses, stores, office and fac
tories wired for electric lighting
in order to be in a position to
enjoy Edison Mazda lamps,
electric fiatirons, toasters,
motors, and a hundred other
necessities to fall and winter
comfort. J
P,
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ensacoia
Electric
f f New Busineii
Department
Phones 201O and 2011

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