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Suits and Overcoats That Fit Both Your Person and Purse "They'll stay fit to wear," and you'll forget the moderate r price you paid for such good clothes. Semi-English and con servative models for men and young men, $15 to $35. Gloves that will be given the glad hand, once you wear them, $1.50 to $6. Hats for the man or boy who needs one to "brush up" hi appearance. $1.50 to $5. Everything else that men and boys wear at Florida's Leading Cloth ier. The John White Store 209-211 South PaUfox Street. Th e E mpire Way Will go far toward giving you a "well groomed" look, - even though your clothes be modest in cost Phone 322. "Where Linen Lasts" 4ARSTON & QUINA. Vett Forlda O'dMt Furniture Hcum. ecIul-.' .-rf. nb. Wernicke Book Case. Piano Factory to You. "Kranleh A Bath." "Geld String Seho fMchr.M "teeter,' "Emerton," "Linda frn," "CMctcerlng.. Playar Plan "Ccttlan,n "Laatar." and cheaper. Player Muestc cut prices. Factory agenta. The Clutter Music House. jf UUL' 1111 " " ' - - LICENSE TO MARRY ISSUED DURING THE PAST WEEK Tha following: marriage licenses wera Issued durlnsr the past week by the county Judfc-e: White, William I Stark and Mary W. O'Ronrke. Ieo Felix Bonlfay and Marie H. V. She.ppard. Charles Morris and Mary Burnes. Herman I Mertlns and Maud Adams. James It. FIteh and Olive Johnson. Colored. Etlenne Sebastian and Lugena Tay lor. William H. Qayle and Susie B. F. Lewis. .isjeph Bell and Rosa Lee Woods. . MAD 8135 ARRESTS E BY CITY POLICE DEPT. CASES AVERAGED TWENTY THREE DAILY IN THE RECORD ER'S COURT FOR THE YEAR WHICH IS NOW HISTORY. There were 8,135 cases made in the recorder's court durinj? the year 1913, but this does not represent all of the warrants made by the department, for there are a number of warrants on file at the police station that were made for tersons who were never found, and some of them who probably i will never be found. Some warrants ( are on file which are several years , old. and these make up quite a collec- I tlon in the "police library' The ar rests the past vear averaged about twenty-three per day. counting the full 865 days in the year. And the fines made up a grand total of $25,876.50. It does not necessarily follow, however, that such an amount was collected and turned over to the treasury. As !s usually the case, the colored people were in the great majority in ; the matter of arrests. There were 4,947 nesrroes ana s.iss wnite aeiena anf8 in the recorder's court for the past year, making the colored trouble maker number about 1,800 more than did the white lawbreaker. Arrests by Months. The arrests each month as shown by the records on file with the city clerk, are as follows Month. W. January 276 February 328 March 245 Anril 193 May 243 June 214 July August . . September October . . November December Totals . 201 259 23S 270 279 437 C. 585 500 340 291 266 311 428 412 428 460 429 497 Fines. $ 2,146.00 2,819.00 1,487.00 1,362.00 1,452.00 1,811.50 2.060.00 2. "68.00 2,717.00 H.493.00 2,396.00 2,865.00 31SS 4947 $25,876.50 MORPHINE Liquor and Tobacco Addictions Cured Within Ten Days by Our New Painlrss Method. Only Sanitarium in the World Giving Unconditional Guarantee. Our guarantee means something. Not one dollar need be paid un til a satisfactory cure has been effected. We control completely the usual withdrawal symptoms. No ex- freme nervousness, aching o limbs, or oss of sleep. Patients unable to visit sanitarium can be treated privately at home. References: Union Bank As Trust Co.. the American National Bank, or any citizen of Lebanon. ' Write for free booklet No. 31. Ad dress CUMBERLAND SANITARIUM, F. J. Sanders, Mgr. Lebanon, Tenn. Do You Pay Enough Attention to Your Buying? We offer for today Van Camp's Extra sifted Peas, No. 2 can, two cans for. .35c Swift Premium Hams per pound 19c Swift Premium Oleo margarine per lb . . 24c Alabama Syrup, 10 pound can 55c 25 lbs Standard Gran ulated Sugar for $1.00 With every $5 purchase or more of groceries that are not advertised In this list. E, B Hoffman & Son The Store Where Quality and Prlca Are Both Considered. Phone 325 67 and 59 E. Gregory street. 1 AGED LADY IS TO BE LAID AT REST TODAY FUNERAL SERVICES OVER RE MAINS OF MRS. M'DONALD WILL BE CONDUCTED THIS AFTER NOON F ROM THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH AT WARM.NGTON. YODNG BOY IS OPERATED DPON AT HOSPITAL C. G. HARTSFIELD, JR WAS TREATED FOR TONSILITIS AND TONSILS WERE REMOVED, BUT HE IS NOW AT HOME AND DO ING WELL. The many friends of C. C Harts field, Jr., will be pleased to learn that he is rapidly improving from an opera tion performed upon him for tonsilitis. The boy was taken to the hospital a day or so ago and it was deemed necessary to operate upon him. the operation bein gperformed on last Fri day. . He stood the ordeal -well and the at tending physicians yesterday morning consented to his bein? removed to his home on East Grecrory street. Funeral services over the retn.-.ins cf Mrs. Bertha McDonald, an agid r-si-enc of this vicinity, who passed away at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Joseph Johnson, at Warrington, Fri day afternoon, about 5 o'clock, will be conducted this afternoon at 3 o'clock. The funeral services will be con ducted at St- John's Episcopal chnrch at Warrittarton, the funeral cortege leaving: the residence of Mrs. Johnson at 2:45. The deceased was one of the oldest residents of this section, having lived here about forty years. She was seventy-seven years of ajre and is sur vived by four daughters and two sons, as follows: John Rouche. paymaster's clerk at :iie nava! station. Key West, who ar lived in the city Thursday, Charles Houche, of Brooklyn; Mrs. Caroline Finn and Mrs. Amelia Schell of Brook lyn, Mrs. Henrietta Blum of San An tonio, and Mrs. Pauline Joirtscm of Warringrton. Subscribe for The Toiirl. THE GIRL WliH BEAUTIFUL HAIR Use Newbro's Herpicide There is one sure and certain way for every woman to have beautiful hair, and that is to give It Intelligent care, which includes the use of New bro's Herpicide. This remarkable preparation abso lutely eradicates dandrufT and prevents the hair from falling-. The prophylactic action of Herpicide keeps the hair free from disease, and with the scalp sweet and clean a nat ural hair growth is Inevitable. Herpicide hair scintilates with health and vlsror, tight and luster, pro duced only by the well-known scalp and hair dresslnsr. Newbro's HerpicMo?. Newbro's Herpicide in 50c and 1.00 sizes Is sold by all dealers who guar antee it to do all that is claimed. If vou are not satisfied your money will be refunded.' All first class .barbers and hair dress ers use and recommend it. A sample and booklet will be sent to any address upon receipt of 10c by The Herpicide- Co., Dept. R. Ietroit, Mich. lyAlemberte's Pharmacy, Special Agente. (adv) CAR LOAD OF FORDS RECEIVED J. r. Anderson, proprietor of the Square real Auto Co., and a.rs-nt for rhe Ford automobile, has jusi recel ":-l a car load of Fords and has thm n display at his place on South Bay. len street. Mr. Anderson says he is selling mor' "orris than all the. other machines :nerj in Pentaooli and tho demant. increasing- each month. Subscribe for The Journal. READ THIS SMITH &. DAVIS. Attorneys and Counsellors at Law Marianna, Florida. November 3, Pensacola Commercial ColU-ge, Pensacola, Florida. Gentlemen: Replying to yours of recer.t dale win state that during the present year we have employed two of your graduates. Miss Hattie Dyer and Mts Esther Martin. Miss Dyer wuji with us tho first six months of the yfar, and. al though quite young, she was ery apt and we consider her the betst Monog rapher we have known at her ace. At the time she left us she was fully equipped to fill any place that a young stenographer could fill. She was what we call a good stenograph r. and wr-regrettt-d very much that she whs compelled to leave us after t-lng with us only six months. We -ngagd Miss Martin soon after Miss Dyer left us. and h too, war; ery quick to catch on to our line of work and is giving us entire satisfac tion and Is still with us. Each of these young ladies gave us better satis faction that ws expected for the ra foh that they had not had any previ ous experience in a law office, whir.h Is ordinarily an objection to any law yer who needs a good stenographer. W are agreeably surprised at their ability to hrld the position so easily, as only a good stenographer can fiU the place. Tours very truiy. SMITH c DAM?. WEBS.M If you want the best, busniif es conr' to be had in the South, enroll with the PENSACOLA COMMERCIAL COL LEGE on January 6. 1P14. (Adv.) Start the New Year Riht Our Blank Hook?, loo5e loaf lc vices. Filing" Cabinet? and Office Supplies will help you. See window display?. Bali Book and Novelty Co. Phone 917. -w!wt 1 Early Chicks Pay! . Announcement Having just purchased 20 fine Alabama cows and new equipment I have resumed operation of A Modern Dairy at my old location Everything has been remodeled and with fresh cows, new equipment and fresh clean buildings I will have everything Strictly Sanitary I Solicit Your Patronage. E. W. Stephenson i Reach the World by fifce Bell System IN these days of enlightenment, each progressive com munity welcomes every means of communication with its neighbors. The moat, the draw-bridge and the outer-wall have been swept away and replaced by highways and railroads extend ing in every direction. The Bell Telephone system is the greatest neighbor maker. It not only promotes social and business inter course in each community, but extends that activity far be yond its borders. City boundaries and state lines are no barriers to inter communication in the Bell system, which includes more than 7,500,000 telephones, each one a Long Distance station, and over 12,000,000 miles of telephone highways reaching over 70,000 communities. When You Telephone, Smile SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY i it U HP I T r. o. Ju insram Manufacturing Optician No. 10 S. Palafox Phone 2208 For the first time, optical goods prices are pub lished in this section. I submit herewith my list of prices. PRICE LIST LENSES Per Pair Flats Tories Spheres $1.50 $1.00 Cylinders 2.0Z 4.00 5-h m -Cyilmler 2.50 1.0 Kryptok 8.0." 13 00 Kryptok-Compound 1C.G0 13.00 MOUNTINGS Go'd FIHed $2.00 and $2.50 8oid Gold, Cable Bows $6.00 Wire $5.00 Christmas is Over with its usual big dinner, but we must all contin ue to eat. This "Old Reliable grocery is headquarters for everything in staple and fancy groceries at price? that cannot be bettered. The home ot Dewey Coffee the coffee that put Pensacola on the map IVow is tlic time ( he tlii-ikinr av f.ir!y hatches an. I prr'fi chicken.-! Y-' -hicktn Otvucis tli.it the erl" hatched ci'ie'. wi'i t!-tih the pnv'.t the late ichov, so get in hue and vour share i i the hir ptv::t;. Don't depend on a cranky hen ro a it right and get u P.nekee lneuh.ito, Vou can start the incwl-aior now nv--.vhen yon arc ready hut on can io s-tart the old hen until she's ready, and rl(ht now is the time to t-lTf. 4 Vou cannot po wrong ui:h rt I'.nrl eye hec.iue we guarantee then to hav'. every hatch'!e f Rtj, and if yon"!! r,vt:- in. we'll fhow you the chicks h.v.cl. 'r.. and prove to you that a Hn-h".r vi hatch more chicks, hi?i-er ehiek-i a;, monger clucks than any ! 1 3.m j ever owred. Made in 5? ti') rc, to t?C' t?oid as lev.- sio.oo The McHugh Grocery Co. The Home of Dewey CofTffee. 107-109 E. Intendencia Pfionss, 1637-1628 Ut siu-Ct'ssful oper-ific. ..' ee Calaloguf. K.!eX and Quer-n I f -;t-.fii - r inp-er t:ir poi;l'r-.. 're ,"'S,io ';")' (T l-Ul k- F. S. M ELLEN & CO Corner Goi'den and Afrn(st street Phon! 34. The M.&.O. On tr. Sauar. vhm" E ay Keiti f Ewrywhtr. CUT FLOWERS For the Holidays Phones. 333 875. BOYSEN, the Florist. 24 South PaUfox ttret. ; Our ad should inter est those who are partic ular about the quality of the meat they eat, as well as those who are economically inclined. Finest meats, lowest prices. THE PARLOR MARKET 214 8. PaUfox St Phone 173-174 W. A. RAY HDW. CO. Wholesale and Retail 710 South Palafox Street Phone 1450 IN THE HEART OF PFN9 ACOLA.. The Central Pharmacy. Phon in. The H. & II. Market and J Grocery 1 eess tvn-vthlnn tat (a rod to ejt f Phone 1357 and 134- J 2ZC Star Laundry & Dry Cleaning Co. The Urget ntf moat modem jr eaulpment In Weat Florid. Phone 114 22 S. Palafox St. Th-Jt EJward A. Pau!:orj. one of th adaptors of "Afl'IC for the Entrllsh Ftairp, i 'ot-st r' rt m t r(-r a.. o.'" o' the authors e.f "Brmfne?" 4 ounas of Fine Candies so1d by u during Christmis week, last combined salcj of all other fine candies sold in Pensacola. -more than the Bill of lading and freight receipt showing transportation of our im mense Christmas shipment are now on display in our south window they tell the story. Candy in Pensaco1a means Iffifain. We have just received a large, fresh shipment. Call and select your package for "her, or phone your order to-day. Phone 921 or 922. The Crystal Pharmacy Th, I St ore.