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THE PENSACOLA JOURNALS, SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 7, 1913.
Section Two RFlf I IIS 8 1 1 BMW II UIUUL. USPENDED bo ilQEIS PREACHER AT THE METHODIST CHURCH AT POWELTON WILL. BE PROHIBITED FROM PREACH ING FOR PERIOD OF ONE YEAR. A dispatch from Montgomery has the following: to say of one of Thurs day's events before the body of Me thodist ministers there: Rev. John J. JMcBride, who has had charge of a church at Powell ton. Florida, was for mally suspended for one year for pre vari eating by the Alabama conference or the Methodist Spiscopal church, South, at Its second day's session on Wednesday evening, and It unanimous ly voted to recommend that all con nection between Mr. McBryde and the Methodist church be discontinued for twelve months. Mr. McBryde was suspended fey the presiding elder of the district several weeks ago and charges were brought against htm in the conference "Wed nesday. . After the minister hid been suspended It was etated that the charge against him was that he had misrepresented a matter wnicn con cerned the Methodist church. He can neither be used as a supply minister nor appear in an yservice of the Me thodist church during the period of his bus1 pension. When Mr. ' McBryde was called fce ; fore the committee he admitted the charge, pleaded guilty and requested that the punishment be made as light as possible; as conditions the same as those he faced at the time would never bring the same consequences again. BIG CILW ;. i MILLION DOLLAR PLANT tS OF : FERED IF FARMERS GUARAN. V TEE PRODUCTS FROM TEN THOUSAND ACRES LAND. id- - is rjoiv A usio TeeeSio A. Different Sort of a C&ristrrissPresest lor It Iiablca Any una to Play Ilia Pmnoln I Ikoj ' s s ' at Home. ; - Without Lea3ons or znowl9&gs3aala Any On Can Flay the fiano r Organ in One Hour. . ,- Bay Minette, Ala Dec. 6. Marted interest is being shown by farmers In the proposed canning industry for this county. The proposition has been put to them that if they can guarantee products from 10,000 acres of ' land, the factory will be located at this point. The convention which is to be beld at Chicago, December 15, and which' Is being held for the purpose of advertis ing the county and its products and for ascertaining something definite as to the acreage that can be contracted "tioiilnv C09H Kav Pleased Me So &fodb. V. iiT, i Ca Fiar Aircady." Impossible, you say? Let us prove If ax our expense, we wm te&cn Ton. to play the piano .ot, organ and will not asH one cent until , you can play. &. musical genius irom ymcago nas invented a wonderfTil system whereby anyone can learn to play the Plana or Orsran in one hoar. With this mew method you don't have to know one cote from another, yet in an hour of ftfactlce vott. can be trlavinsr tour fa vorite music with all the fingers of both bands and play it well. - The invention Is eo simple that, eves a child can now master musio with out costly instruction. Anyone era have this new. maUiod on a free trial merely by Maine. JBlmply write saytnx, "Send me the Easy Form Musio-Method -as announced lr ? , - The PenoaccoJa Journal. FREE TRIAL 0 The complete .system together with 100 fleces of moslo will then be sent to you ree, all charges prepaid and absolutely not one cent to pay. You deep 16 seven days to thoroughly prove it Is all that Is claimed for It, then If you are satisfied. end us wiJao ana one aousr a montnuntn $5J to all is paid. If you are cot delighted with it, send It back In seven days and you will have risked nothing and will be under no obligation to us. What a splendid Chrbtmaa prescut this coarse would make for some friend or relative who is fond of music bat unable to play. At a special Xnvu offer we will send, ell charges prepaid, entire system as above on receipt of only $5. If it is not found satisfactory you can return it ia. 7 days and your money will be promptly I refunded, This offer will be withdrawn Xmas Day and should be taken advantage of at once. Be sure to state number of white Iceys on your piano or organ, also postofBce and express office. Address Easy Method Musio Company, 40. Clarls. jon Bldg. Ohlcagro. III. acreage aa be ecured. will be backed by a million dollars and this fact alone indicates to - the farmers that they mean, business. It is expected that at the convention, the proper acreage will be contracted and that before long operations will be started for the per manent location f the central plant and later the branch plants. All of Baldwin county is getting behind the movement ana mere is mxie aouot tJjst the ffcetory wH hA secured. LTOMIS PAVED STREETS EFFORT '-IS NOV ON FOOT TO START THIS LATEST STEP IN WAY OF IMPROVING WEST FLORIDA'S LIVELIEST. CITY. 1 That, MUtort. Gssette TrfSsLy .pr tilted the loilowingj An effort Is on foot now to start navlmr the streets of Mil toil, or at least to mate & beginning in this most desirable improvement. The present proposition loots to the paving cf the street between the court house sqruare and the bank block. The proposition that is being discussed is for th property owners on each side of the street to pay one third and the city pay one third of the cost of put ting in the pavement. "We are reliably Informed that the county, being the owners on one side of this street, are ready to put in their part of the pavement, if the city and other owners will come across with theirs. This is a splendid movement and one that we trust will be consum mated at an early date. , Subscribe for The Journal. threeSses BMHiLTON for in the county, will doubtless be at tended by a number of the most influ ential farmers here and some will have representatives sent for the purpose of stating what can be expected from them. , The plans are to have a central can ning station somewhere In the county with branch houses at other points which will consume all the products of the county.. The concern, if the JERNIGAN HOUSE, SMALL DWEL LING AND THE PRESBYTERIAN MANSE FOOD FOR AN EARLY MORNING BLAZE. The Milton. Gazette says: About 1:30 o'clock this morning fire was dis covered in the kitchen of the Jernl gan house, or hotel, as it is generally known. An alarm was immediately sounded and hundreds of men and women were soon on the scene, but i"were unable to check the flames, , as they had already gained too great a headway. From this building the flames spread northward burning a small house owned by Mr. Oliver Jer- . FREE TO ASTHMA SUFFERERS A New Home Cure That Anyone-Can Use Without Discomfort or Uoss of Time. "We have a New Method tjat cures Asthma, and we want ; you 'to - try it at our expense. No matter whether your case is of longr-standing - or recent de velopment, whether it ia present as occas sional or chronic Asthma, you should send for a free trial of our method. No matter In what climate vou live, no matter what your age c-r occupation, if you are wouDiea with asthma, our metn od should relieve you promptly. We especially want to send it -to -those apparently hopeless cases, where all forms ef Inhalers, douches, opium prep arations, fumes, "patent smokes," etc. have failed. We want to show everyone at our own expense that this new method is designed to end all difficult breathing, all wheezing, and all those terrible par oxysms at once and for all time. This free offer ia too important to neg lect a single day. Write now and then be gin the method at once. Fend.no money. Simply mall coupon below. Do it Today. FREE ASTHMA COUPON. Frontier Asthma Co. Room -5554. Niagara and Hudson Streets, Buf falo, N. T. Send free trial 4t your- method to: (Adv.) nigan. A hard fight was now made to save the Presbyterian manse, which was the last house on that side of the block. Although volunteer firemen worked with great skill and bravery they were unable to save this build ing, largely on account of lack of wa ter. Fears were entertained for the Dey home situated across the street from the burning buildings, but as the wind was slightly from a favorable direction the flames did not reach to this building, and the fire was con fined to the three buildings above mentioned. Among the losers by this fire were Sheriff Harvill and Capt. Barrie, who Jointly owned the building in which the flames started. Mrs. Jernigan and family, who lost practically everything they had, Mr. Oliver Jerigan, whom we understand owned the second build ing, and the Presbyterian church. which lost its manse. We understand insurance was carried upon at least two 01 the buildings, but in only mod erate amounts. Fortunately the manse and the house adjoining it were both vacant, and incidentally we might mention were the only vacant houses in Milton at the time of the fire. CONSTRUCTION UU. lid JMLU IU M (E PROPOSAL SUGGESTION AS TO COMPROMISE IN BLOUNT CONSTRUCTION CO. SUIT CAME FROM THE COUN TY, SAYS W. A. BLOUNT. Editor Pensacola Journal. My attention has been called to a report in The Journal of December third, instant, of the action by the county commissioners of this county upon a proposition of compromise submitted to them by the Blount Con struction Company. The almost necessary inference from the publication of a single letter, which was a part of a chain of cor respondence, and of the failure to state that proceeding that letter, there had been negotiations between the at torneys for the county and the at torneys for the Blount Construction Company, is that the Blount Construe' tion Company volunteered an offer of compromise. Such, however, is not the -case, and I desire to dispel the impression which might be made upon the minds of your readers, that the Blount Construction Company was so anxious for a compromise that it pro posed one. The suggestion as to the submission of an offer of compromise came In Au gust last, from Judge John C. Avery, the county attorney. The Blount Con struction Company had" never thought of offering a compromise before that time. The result of his suggestion was several conferences and some commu nications with him, which finally de veloped in the offer which was evi denced by the letter published by you. The 'Blount Construction Company was not a volunteer, - but was invited to make the offer. W. A. BLOUNT. Chinese and Japanese HO LI DA Y GOODS Many New Arrivals Suit able for XMAS GIFTS Toys and Fancy Fire works, largest line in the city. WING HOP &. CO Novelties and Curios. 31 S. , Palafox St. w Eg Jf'fM It' If iW pca,-ia fBasza.m .SHH3 0. SIMON The only preparation which removes absolutely Chapping, Roughness and Redness, and protects the hands and faco against the winter winds. TMniSI'Q Powder I Maurice tEVT, sole U. S.. Agent, OliliUH O Soap I 15-17, West 38 th S', NEW-YORK Monday is bargain day at The Crystal Pharmacy. . 10 cakes Ivory or Octagon soap for 25c with each cash pur chase of $1.00 or more. The Journal's "Want Ad Way" is the Easy Way. Clothing values that can not he beat, in Ladies', Child ren's and Men's Suits. Our prices .are .reasonable .and terms easy.. Galin's 26 S. Palaf ox. SUGGESTIONS Puffed Wheat . ...10c Puffed Rice . . . 14c Bayles Potato Chips, 2 for 15c McCools Cans Pota to Chips 24c Peerless Coffee, small size .. ...,.9c Peerless Coffee, large size .... 24c Banquet Tea, small size pkgs.. . .. 9c Banquet Tea, large size pkg. . . . . . 18c Sir. Pocketbook, do you know you will be able to reduce your meat expenses considerably if you buy your meats here? This market has gained success by handling only the best meats. Catering to a class of people that depends on the best the market affords, we strive to always please them. Honest goods and honest prices assured. Give us a trial order. THE PARLOR MARKET 214 S. Palafox St. Phones 173-174 R. B. Hargis. O. N. Sheppard. R. K. Wallace 2)p?igiS Edge Kitchen Knives A man would fight you if you asked him to work with the class of kitchen knives that the average woman has to put up with. He knows quality in knives and insists on quality. 7)-Lvrb Edge Kitchen Knives ro actual pocket knife blades. There are six different styles, if you will notice. All of them, are sharp and the handles are large so that it will not tire the hand. H. W. GIBBS HDW. CO, 44 S. Palafox St. ,1: srrsL-- - f si""' 1 .'np'i . ' W :sA . . ToS & Pretty Presents Useful Gifts Hi10Ros Roy" Fockig Toy Holiday Goods r-fr4j immfi mi,i.mt 'iimi 1 1 1 1 un r """f" "tifsnn Attractive Offerings 1 V li 1 hf k 1 ff 75 -k A U Yi gest St ock". of the . Is ready for your selection better and larger assortments, and prices lower than even Our Immense Toy Department, which is located on the ground floor, where the best in dolls and toys are displayed and sold, is open and ready. Every day crowds will throng this department people who are anxious to buy early and make their-selections carefully Come and bring the children. A World of Polls Bn An Omtnnense Variety Our Doll Department is practically a store in itself, and you will find here large, medium and small dolls; bisque, kid body and jointed dolls: character and celluloid dolls; in fact you can think of nothing in the doll line that isn't here. Buying Early Rlore Tiiaffi OotiiiSes 4!ie IPBesisaire of ill Giving Only a week or two more and you will suddenly realize how much you have to do" and how little you have done. Everything is to be gained, by making selections early, nothing to be gained in delays. With assortments cornplete and well ordered , as they now are, and with all parts of the store more im mediately accessible, selections can be made with greater deliberation in almost half the time, and with less chance of disappointment in finding the desired gift. Besides, it is said that the real spirit of the Christ mas season .is truly enjoyed to its fullest extent by those who have their gifts selected, wrapped and tied, ready for presentation in the early days of December. We Therefore Suggest That You Make Your Christmas Shopping a Pleasure By Doing It Now Goods Delivered to All Parts of the. City Free of Charge. r ir- v - ' v: . jt . ii ii ( . ! KEWPIES wm b welcome In every horn. Modeled after the famous cartoons of Rose O'Neill. They are made of bisque and cel luloid, ajid are the greatest little loom and frown chasers ever in vented. Everyone -will want one, with Its ever present smile and Its grotes que little figure. Be kind and funny for a while. Come and g-et the Kewpie smile. Pe n 107 South Palafox. Street saco ia -A,ro - Ike Hirschman, Manager c k e r Pensacola, Florida . -- ...r n of the Christmas Spirit y VT,