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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 11, 1913.
JBW.W 1BUUMUMJM. I Lai, aaaaaajal aataaaaWal I Wk MIM WkJKRMlMiXiMMMtR0tNHHKiLMlliM UIUL WU Jl JWPJBJUW JB AJ-.vi IM. WtfWH' J' ' JJUWWi WW-MljSST ( ' Woman's tfmne 'CofflpaniSfr " DeeYanber ISIS S EIIUiMD SIT THE CITY 1 esoive to set aside part of your income every week and deposit in a Savings Account, where it will be safe and at the same time earning interest for you. EXCURSIO! DEEP WATER. ROUTE BRINGS A LARGE NUMBER OF SHOPPERS TO THE CITY FROM SOUTH ALABAMA. VI 4l compounded quarterly at this bank American National Bank Pensacola. Florida U. S. and State Depository Reduction in all Ladies' Suits, Hats and Dresses. Now is the time to buy. Our prices are down and winter has just begun. Galin's, 26 South Palafox. E3LJSL I Ha IS'' OUR 8PEC1AITY We Buy end Sell All Sections. ' Metzgrer Brothers, MOBILE. ALA. v TERSELY TOLD. J. F. Poore of Milton was In Pensa 4cola yesterday. Mr. Poore. like every I other patriotic Santa Rosa citizen, is nrnii1 of the errowth an3 nubile im- provement now going on In Milton-and " of the fine public sentiment that 'pre- valla there. With some bridges across - the Escambia and the Blackwater . rivers. Mr. Poore believes' that notnlnar Milton and Santa Rosa county. xo avoia mutual aaraags 10 me in terests of the two institutions, the Pensacola School of Musi concert will be postponed from Friday, the 12th, to rwan ... lot). v.a v r a , 1 1 ! . 11 . M . xv. annuiu mans tiei uejus iuea lur uie 12th. As there are many who would wish to attend both events the change of date will doubtless be welcomed ac cordingly. W. James of Montgomery arrived in the city yesterday and is a guest at the San Carlos. B. I Lewis end wife of Marianna are visiting in the city today. They ar rived yesterday and are stopping at the San Carlos. ' Charles R. Crook of McKinnonville is in the city today. He is making his headquarters at the- San Carlos. A. V. Allen and wife of Brewton, AUl, were among the arrivals in the city yesterday. They are guest3 at the San Carlos. Great Opportunity Sale onens todav at 12.1 fsnntli Palafox street. See ad on page-2. N. WEIL AND. nPFRfltnRTnsT JOB irj CENTRAL OFFICE MM ROBERT FOREST DISMISSED FROM CITY'S EMPLOY UNDER KINSHIP CLAUSE IN CHARTER ' HE IS KIN TO ELECTRICIAN L'BARON. Robert Forrest, an operator in the central fire alarm station, was yester day afternoon dismissed from the em-' Ploy of the city under the kinship clause in the city charter, vrhich says that no employe of the city who is related by 'consanguinity or affinity in the third degree shall rema In In the employ of the government if he is so related to any other person working for the city who draws a salary of 100 or over per month. Forrest mar-: ried a niece of City Electrician Len LeBaron and it is said that this brings him within the degree of kin prohib- . ited under the terms of the charter. Mr.' LeBaron's salary equals $100 per month. Forj-est was laid off from duty yes terday afternoon on instructions re ceived from Assistant Fire Chief Riera. His successor in the central station ias no yet been named. The shoppers' excursion over the Deep "Water Route yesterday brought about five hundred people to the city from southern Alabama points, many of whom made purchases while in the city. The train arrived In Pensacola shortly after 10 o'clock and departed at 2 o'clock, in the afternoon, giving the visitors aple time to do any trad ing that they roigth desire. A popular Innovation was the la dies' coach attached to the train, which was filled with ladies and children. J jno men were allowed in this coach and it proved so popular that the G. F. & A. probably will continue it on future excursions. The crowd was not as large as was anticipated, owing to the fact that the Manistee and Repton road handled only about thirty passengers for Pen sacola. - Stomach Troubles Disappear. Stomach, liver and kidney troubles, weak nerves, lame back and female iris disappear when Electric Bitters are used. Thousands of women. would not be without a bottle in their home. Eliza Pool of Depew. OMa., writes: "Electric Bitters raised me from a bed of sickness and suffering and has done me a world of good. I wish every suffering woman could use this excel lent remedy and find out, as I did. Just how good It Is." As it has helped thousands of others, it surely will do the same for you. Every bottle guar anteed, 50c and $1.00. At all jDrug gists. H. E. Buckler. & Co., Phila delphia or St. Louis. (Adv.) mewrOIesfor auto drivers OFFICERS GIVEN INSTRUCTIONS NOT TO PERMIT MACHINES TO OCCUPY v GIVEN SPACE FOR MORE THAN 20 MINUTES ON PALAFOX AND OTHER STREETS. Chief of Police Sanders issued'orders t yesterday to all officers in his de partment to see that no automobiles stand in front of any given place on Palafox street or other streets where there Is heavy traffic for more than twenty minutes at any one time. This step, the chief says, is taken to put a stop to people who drive their automobiles up to the curb line In front of the stores and office build ings and let them remain there for hours at a time, thus monopolizing the space and preventing others from coming any where near they intend to stop. If the occupant or owner of an au- 3 U B-K Y-TISfif Will cure your Rheumatism Neuralgia. Headaches. Cramns. Colic, Sprains, Bruises, Cuts and Burns. Old Sore. Stitur rf Tnotc Etc. Antiseptic Anodyne, used in ternal! v and externally. Rice 25c. THE HOUSE OF A THOUSAND GIFTS If You Intend to Make Him a Gift Dad, Brother, Son or Friend be sure to see what this gift store for men and boys has for you. - We offer a thousand gift suggestions in prac tical, sensible things to wear that he is sure to prize and appreciate. No matter what you care to spend from 20c to $25 or $30 you -will find a list of suggestions here to answer your every purpose. See That It Comes From the House of a Thousand Gifts. A. Henry White 6 Bro. Trnsacola's Authority on ijn'e and Boy's Wear." a j i j i -Tfc pam wiiifct COOTOW I 5 ifg&zr-1 .er. mm f v sJm- I Sectional Bookcases That Very Particular Gift There ts someone you desire to remember especially well this Christmas some dear one whose gift puzzles you. You cannot seem to think of anything nice enough Let us suggest a carefully selected Globe-Wernicke Bookcase. It will harmonize with the furnishings of "his, . "her" or "their" it Picture the delight such a gilt will occasion. That the Globe-Wcrnieke Bookcase ia useful cad practical; that It at beautiful and tefiaed; that it will laat lifetime; that it can be added teaa the library trow; and that it adapt itself to room of all shape and ize are ail point that will be keenly appreciated cot only on Chritma day but during the year to come. No gift could be a aasre lasvog remembrance of you. Aad the beat time to select a Glebe-Wenrtcke Bookcaae at daring tfc Special Christmas Demonstration Of Globe-Wernicke Bookcases Your attendance during this Event Is cor dially invited even though you may have ao buying intention. Aa4 aaa Clot. Vi'cmicS taataiaa M nl il mUy accepted aa tfca Ibrbeal tthatvtimmt m kerarr Imam, m kaokJaviM sm) i Skmi lnina tjcraaa an taa Snrariaai Laara tW TIM 1 baa I i TawToat i eaa 99 aavara aae ,Aa '" a are mM Kalt 43t-Wara1cfce OCT Alk Int Mi mt riiai acrr aaa) asacS aahac varaabaa nioraMtHa a taa Baaajaavraa. Sva tt$h aa4 aaraca .uS!3rjar--:u..-jrjji. : . it' f.-n - "f -nr r m jiiilT.fiilBillaXiijr-''jLiTV,iririi r fr-Vig SVr :-7?fT;riifaaW If you have read the December issue of tfee Woman's Home Companion no doubt you have read the ad shown above, and will be glad to learn that this store is making the Special Christmas Exhibit of Globe-Wernicke Sectional Bookcases. 4. Come to our store as soon as you can and see the .display and these beautiful Bookcases. You will find them "the very particular gift for the very particular friend or rela-. tive" you wish to remember this Christmas. Clip the coupon for catalog and also as. a reminder to call promptly to see the exhibit. The "gift question" will be easily solved if 1 v'.V...-.'V..v.v..'a..:-:tt :::.' --.y'.v V..V.:...'- '.: ... VJr.fj-.XS, -l..i..iN..li.....u,l.M...ni, mm ..ii.i, ..,Miui. .i.,..... W 1VS2 i In tm v ,1 a. . r m m - m & m an SkaaaS - aatCaai nt. . ,.r.y Phone 149 tomobile desires to be absent from the machine for more than twenty minutes, under the instructions given the offi cers yesterday, the driver of the car will be compelled to move it- to some other point. Chief Sanders has received com plaints from users of automobiles to the effect that it is a daily occurrence to be prevented from stopping in from of certain places along Palafox and other streets on account of the same machines occupying the space on near ly every occasion. K "Vri Flat nTTi.TfctfTi'iricS disagrees with you, don't LOU Hial i30meininB let it work its own way through; it's a slow process and makes you feel bad. Get rid of it quickly by taking a pinch or two of SIMMONS RED Z LIVER REGULATOR CIUK POWDER FORM) It drives out impurities and badly digested food in the stomach and bowels; stimulates the torpid liver and restores regular bowel movements. It is a fine tonic and system purifier that puts the vital organs in sound, healthy condition.' Sold by Dealers. Price, Large Package, SI. 00. Aak lor the renoiae with ike Red Z on the label. If yoa eannac ret it. remit to us. wc will and h br aaaii postpaid. Sinunona liver Regulator is pn op also in liquid form for tbose wbo prefer it. Price SLQQ per bottle. Look for the Red Z label. J. H. ZEILIN & CO.. Proprietors. St. Lonls. MLssonri PICKINGS FROM POLICE STATION Twenty-seven cases were docketed for trial in the recorder's court yes terday morning. Sixteen of the' defend ants were found guilty, five acquitted, one bound over to the county and five cases were continued. The fines as sessed aggregated ?64. Arlow Gnibbs, a chauffeur, charged with leaving a taxicab in other than the place designated by city ordi dance, was fined 54. Lep Mason, a 16-year-old negro, charged with being a dangerous and suspicious character, was bound over to the county. George Cravey. charged with leaving the machinery of an automobile in op eration without an attendant while the machine was standing on the .street, was fined $4. The "Want Ad Way" page is one of the great fea tures of this paper. Read it. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Of Pensacola, Florida. Designated Depository cf the United State. " DIRECTORS" F. C Brent, VV. A. Blour.t, W. H. Knowles w. J. Forbes, Thct W. Srent. Blount Bldg. ' Phons 79. Pensacola, Fla. Ah CERTIFIEDPDBLIC ACCOUiHTA MS EKPIREBUILC!N3 AMERICAN hATXBAKXBUILDINO CORLic?T?NC,t PENSACOLA.FLA. ATLANTA