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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, THURSDAY MORNING, -JANUARY 29, 1914.
CITY RECEIVES 25.000 CHECK SURETY LATTER PAYS OVER AMOUNT TO CITY DEPOSITS IN THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK WHEN IT FAILED. Myor Crafcnhiit -was yesterday Jianded a check for $25,000, the amount ot money which the city Jiad on deposit in th First National Bank and which was protected by the American Surety Company. Tbo check rwa.a presented by Ellis Knowles, representing: the American Surety Co, of New York, and was on the Chase National Bank of New York City. It was dated Jan. 22- The check had evidently been made out In anticipation of payment and vent to the company's Atlanta office rven before the city's elaim was pre sented, as the papers far the claim left JPensaicola only last PYiday night, or the day after the date of the check. Persons troubled with partial pa ralysis are often' very much benefited hy massasinar. the affected parts thor oughly . when applying Chamberlain's Liniment. This liniment also relieves rheumatic pains. For sale by all dealers. (Adv.) FORMER POSTHASTE R AT DEER. LAND, FLA., IS ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN SHORT $1,633.76 WHEN INSPECTOR RYAN CAME AROUND HEARING WAS GIVEN PRISONER. ' WiUEtam A. Jesrnisan, former post master at Deer land, Walton county, IFTa-, was given a preliminary hearing1 before United States Commissioner Jerry J. Sullivan, Jr., yesterday and was held for the federal grand jury on the char are of having: defaulted with government money to the amount of 51,633.75 when he waa postmaster at Deerland. In default of a two-th on sand dollar bond he was placed in jail here. Jer nigan was brought to Fensacola. Tues day by Deputy Marshal John Griffith who went to Ieer3and to arrest the jpc fffoiier. "When yon want a reliable medicine for a couKh or cold take Chamber lain's Cough Remedy. It can always 1m depended upon and is pleasant and f to take.' For sale by all dealers. Adv.) ?ssfl I FROM JERHi IS HELD FOR TRIAL GRAND JURY Here It Is! Your (Chance to Learn All About the Panama Canal s COUPONn nr Save it for THE ly Frederic ill man a tr. r al II Oft NAT The Pcnsacola Journal Colonel Ooethals says: "Accurate and Dependable" WASWBBSjasMBSSidBSsBSS3 HOW TO GET THIS BOOK On account of the educational value and patriotic appeal of this book, The Fensacola Journal has arranged with Mr. Haskin to distribute a limited edition among its readers for the mere cost of production and handling. It is bound in heavy cloth. It contains 400 pages. 100 illustra tions and diagrams, an index, and two maps (one of them a beau tiful bird's-eye view of the Canal Zone in four colors). IT IS AC TUALLY a 12.00 VALUE. Cut the above coupon from six consecutive Issues of the paper, present them with 50 cents at our office, and a copy of the book is yours. Fifteen ce-nts extra if sent by mail. OUR GUARANTEE: This is not a money-making scheme. The Fensacola Journal will not make a penny of profit from this cam paign. It has undertaken the distribution of this book solely be cause of Us educational merit and whatever benefit there is to be derived from the good will of those who profit from our offer. The Fensacola Journal will cheerfully refund the price of the book to any purchaser who is not satisfied with it. PRESENT SIX COUPONS OF CONSECUTIVE DATES FIFTEEN CENTS EXTRA IF SENT BY MAIL. sr- Pecan Culture Means Heady oney for Farmers Every farmer should have at least a few pecan trees. While coming into maturity, the trees will not interfere with other crops. They will begin to bear in five to seven years from planting and if properly grown will produce 25 to 30 pounds a tree by the tenth year. The big pecan orchards may or may not prove profitable much depends upon the management. There always will be a good market for pecan nuts, however, and the farmer who grows the trees along with other crops will find them a fine investment a dependable source of ready money year in and year out. Griff ins' 1914 Tree Book This work shows how pecans may be made profitable gives instructions as to planting, care and culture. It shows the original Big Z pecan tree and describes this grand new variety. Griffings have introduced several splendid pecans but in many respects Big Z is the best yet. Every farmer should plant it. Other nuts that farmers should grow more generally have 1 CLAIM HE LET CATTLE GRAZE U. S. FOREST J. H, RICH BOURG, OF WALTON CO. SAYS GOVERNMENT SHOULD HAVE FENCE AROUND ITS FOR ESTS RESERVE KEHOE REPRE SENTS DEFENDANT. Assistant United States District At torney Phillip Beall, representing the government yesterday filed a bill in equity in the case of the United States vs. J. H. Richbourg, charged with al lowing his cattle to trespass on the forest reserve of "Walton and Holmes counties. Mr. Richbourg's defense is that the forest reserve should be fenced so that cattle could not enter its bounds, and he is represented by Attorney J. Walter Kehoe. A preliminary restraining order was granted the government attorney when a bill in equity for an injunction was filed, and the case will be argued upon the return of Judge Sheppard from Georgia. Answer to the government's contention probably will be filed by Richbourgs attorneys Saturday in the United States court here. 1. a Copy of J. Ha&kin III CAN AT W ft? 111 January 29 147 HIE 1914. I U III special attention m this book. It covers fully all the fruits that are adapted to the South, also shrubs, trees and plants for decorative purposes. The book is a complete planting guide write today for a copy. Nurseries at ten convenient Gulf Coast points. Address Griffins Brothers 209 Mississippi Ave., Grand Bay, Ala- CONGRESSMAN EMM ETT WILSON INTRODUCES BILL IN CONGRESS FOR ADDITIONAL APPROPRIA TION OF $30,000 FOR LOCAL FED ERAL BUILDING. It is the intention of the cojiiractors now building the annex and making- al terations to the Pensa:ola postoffice and federal court house building, to turn the remodeled and enlarged structure over to the government, completed on the first day of April. It was first announced that the building would be ready for occupancy in De cember, but certain extra work was found to be necessary in the altering of the interior and equipping of same. To cover this extra construction now being perfected. Congressman Emmett Wilson, of this district, has introduced a bill in congress providing for an ad ditional appropriation cf thirty thou sand dollars. This bill was introduced by Pensacola's representative in con gress on Monday of this- week, accord ing to dispatches received from Wash ington. CELEBRATED SCHOOL BURNS TO GROUND New York, Jan. 27. Strong: school, one of the largest and best equipped of the city's grammar schools, -was burned eariy this morning' -vrith a loss of $150,000. SENATOR CULLOM IS GROWING WEAKER Washington, Jan. 27. Former Sena tor Shelby M. Cullom was weaker to day. His physicians continued to mar vel at the wonderful vitality which has sustained him in his illness. GRANDDAUGHTER OF NAPOLEON GUARD DEAD Leavenworth, Ka., Jan. 27. Mrs. Florence Helen Fooler, granddaughter of one of Napoleon's guards at St. Helena, died at her home here today. She was born on the island of St. He lena fifty years ago. PLEA FOR HIGHER SCHOOL REQUIREMENTS New Haven, Conn.. Jan. 27. Plea for higher school requirements in col lege is made by the Tale Daily News, a student publication today. Prompt expulsion from college of every stud ent who has failed in his studies is advocated. TRUSSES Every style and slxe expertly fitted here. We havs siortment. i Just received a full BALKCOM DRUG CO. 17 South Palafox Street- Phone 19. Blount Bldg. Phone 79. AlonzoRichardson&Co. CERTIFIEDPDBLICACC0UNTANT5 EMPIRE BUiLDIKG AmERICANNaTXBAJHKBUILDINO ATLANTA col1c?TtNCK PENSACOLA, FLA AILY CHARGE EBATES MUST Corporations Having So Called Industrial Rail roads Connecting Plants With Trunk Lines and Re ceiving Allowances Must Stop Practice. BV ASSOCIATED PRESS. Washington, Jan. 27. Oreat manu facturing corporations having so called industrial railroads connecting thtlr plants with trunk lines may no longer receive demurrage or per diem charges and various other "allowances" according to a decision of the inter- i state commerce commission today. It was held that such practices are unlawful rebates which accrue to the benefit f '.he industries themselves Testimony in the case developed that Xt'.f so-ra ilt--d trusts having such rail roads enjoy income from such charges running into millions of dollars each year. 'The very carriers that are augmenting- th'.-ir expense accounts and dissipating their revcnss in this man ner to tho ('Meit ot" many millions of dollars a yar and for the benefit of comparat h eiy few shipif-rs. are now complaining that their present earn ings are insufficient and, on that ground, have asked our permission to make a substantial increase In their general rat- schedule." sayt the decis ion. "In that sense the proposed ad vance in rates has a certain very de finite and immediate relation to this proceeding." The eomniisslon's statement regard ing railroad rates continue.-!: "Before they may fairly ak the genera! public to share further in car rying their burdens, it is manifest that the railroads must themselves properly conserve their sources of revenue by making every service performed con tribute reasonably to their earnings." The decision further points out that allowances paid to and free services performed for large industrial plants relieve them of a heavy expense they would otherwise have to bear. Such allowances, the' decision say, "are an example of trie special cop.- j cessions and reoates jii service trrat ' shippers with a large traffic are able ; to wring from the carriers in con sideration of being permitted ro handle the traffic cr share with other lines in its carriage. "If the allowances and free services may, on any ground, be justified and found lawful," sa.vs the decision, "they will be claimed and must in the future be extended to all industries similarly situated. We are, therefore, at the Jlood Eruptions WflK'T Return When Ychi Give Your Blood a Good Bath No cas? of poisr.ned blood is ever cured until the ?ast est:ge ot Irrita tion has been eliminated from the system. And the only remedy that :s safely assimilated in the tissues to stimulate cellular activity and over come harmful germs is the famous e. s. s. A few doses of ths wonderful blooj purifier will start such pronounced activities in the cellular tissues of the body as to soon show decided changes in the skin. Tbe ekia is tmt fine network of riny Mood vessels, and tie action of S. f. S. Is declared it eminent authorities ! be a pronoucreJ Miarolation of tte a-:iTltjr of these ceiis. Certain it is that ii a surprisingly short t!me m the worst ektn ercptifm shows a m.7t retuarkabie change; St begins to Avy cp; the stin eels or? in tier flecks, and soon a layer j clear, healthy anJ firm ti&eue results. The reason for this is ia the peculiar etim alatiou of S. S. !?. which enables the eel's in the skin to select from the blood the cutri ment it requires for regeneration. Not only this, but If from the presence of some disturbing poison there is a local or general Interference of nutrition to eaase boils, carboneles, abscesses aad kindred trouble?, S. S. S. so directs the local cells that tils poison la rejected and eliminated from their presence. This favt has been demonstrated In cases of seTere eVin eniTtton that bad seemed to be incurable. on can obtain S. K. ?. a any well sfocVed drag store, tf you insist upon it. but be sure you are not talked into something else claimed to be "Just as good." P. S. S. is prepared by The Swift Specific Co., 308 Swift B;dg., Atlanta, Ga. Excursion, Launch Donna 50 feet long, fast, roomy and comfortable; electric lights and modern conveni ences for passengers. Berth, City Wharf, Pine street. Rates reasonable. Apply A. M. HYER, Phone 124 or 397. Pensacola, Fla. CEASE AT ONCE parting of the ways with respect to this very heavy tax on transporta tion." The commission's reference to the present movement among eastern rail roads for an increase in freight rates was considered significant. The National Tube Company, one of the subsidiaries of the United States! Steei Corporation, the decision says, ; "has forced the line carriers to con- cede divisions to it out of their rat' 5, j which during 1911. are shown to have j been $42,r..0'"'0 ; this exceeded the entire; operating expenses cf the plant rail- j way for that year."' A list of ind us- ; trial companies are named ss haingj received such preferences. The commission found that during 1 the fiscal year 1912 the Pennsylvania railroad h;d paid $1,0.1P.P1 0; the New York Central $360.0.r.T and the Balti more and Ohio 5530.317 in allowances to industrial railways. Five industrial lines received more than $1,000,000 in per diem reclaims. j Bad Taste in the Mouth Dizziness, and a general "no account" feeling is a sure sign of a torpid liver. The remedy is Simmons Red Z Liver Regulator (The Powder Form). It exercises its greatest restorative effect m the liver, yet it is effective in the stomach and bowels. Indi gestion, constipation and their attendant evils disap pear before its powerful, regulating influence. Try its wholesome purifying proper ties. It will give you a good appetite, sound digestion and make you feci weli. Sold by Dealers Price, Large Package, SI. 00 Asfc for fhc crnmnr with the Red on the lak.el. Jf yon cannot jrt it. trmit to u. we wiit irt:(i it by mail, postpaid. Simmon Iirer Rrcuiator is also put up m liquid hrm for those who prrfrr :t. Price $1.00 per bortie. Look for tie Red 2 label. J. H. ZEIMN & CO.. Proprietors St. Louis, f'ltsaourl iU.JL.lilLJWU.-J. .1! GERMAN AMERICAN DOCTORS Thiesen Building Pcnsacola, Fla. The M.&O. Ort ths Sauare. Within Easy Paacn cf Everywhere. DIRECTOR DR. ANDRESS has moved his office from room 300 Thiesen building to rooms 317-319 Brent building and has changed telephone numbers from 905 to 126. DR. W. A. J. POLLOCK ! 121 1-2 S. Palafox 6t. j Over D'Aiemberte's Pharmacy. ; Office Phone 274. Residence Phone 347 ' Lemuel Colson, Dentist. 506 and 507 Blount Building. AflrninlBtration of Nitrous Oxide and j Oxypen for Painless Operations. ! Phones: Office, SSO; Residence. 1004 j DR. B. V. DANNHEISSER DENTIST 30S-303 Brent Building. Phone 817. DR. HENRY BORST, ! Stomach Specialist and Specialist In j Diseases of Children, i cow located in I Fisher Real Ketate Bu!M!n?, 2343 South I Palafox street. Office hours, 10 to 12 and ; 2 to 8. ! DR. J. L. INGRAM. GLASSES CORRECTLY FITTED. LENSES DUPLICATED WHILE YOU WAIT. 18 South Pa'afox. With Will C. Diffenderfer. T. G. YATES, M. D. OPTICIAN. 410 Blount Building. Twenty Years' Experience as an Specialist. .Examination free. 1 ye j DR. J. B. TILLER, DENTIST. 310 Blount Bul'dlns. Office Phone, 86. Residence Phone. 41 Sir. Chas. E. Cessna Leaves Palafox wharf every Tuesday and Fri day at 7 a. in. Excursion to the Island every- Sunday of ternoon at 2 :30. Phone 78S Cessna Transportation Company. Agents Hart Schaffner & Marx ana Kirschb Suits a u m L. E. Nobles & Co. "Your Money's Worth or Your Money Back." 23 South Palafox, PHONE 790. Phone 199 For Western Meats Everything In Fresh Meat Palafox Market. J. A. Williams, Prep. MAYES PRINTING CO. PRINTERS FOR PARTICULAR PEOPLE 17-19 West Government St. Phone 181. All the latest models in P. N. Corsets at GUTMAN'S SAM CHARLES Shoe Haif-Soled In 15 Minutes. Called For and Delivered. "NUFF 4ED." 511 South Palafox. See Us For Business Opportunities Along the Line of j Deep Water Townsite 711 Blount Building. Phone 1028. The II. & II. Market and Grocery kceos everything that Is oood to eat. Phonet 1357 and 1484. F. W. JONES Moved from 103 N. Pala fox Street to 207 S. Pala fox Street. Get Yours While I t Lasts $17,500 Bankrupt Pearl Furniture Company Stock going at practically S Per Cesif Regular values. Hannah Oros.Forniture Co. Successers to Pearl Furniture Co. 20-22 West Govermtnt Street. ... j.'i . ... . . . .' ee Lumber Co. BUILDING MATERIAL. r'hont 310. A. H. McLEOD & CO., Tents, Awnings, Tarpaulins. Estimates t Madly Furniahed. Phone 1173. 602-608 S. Palafox. li.jjjt i'-i PORTER'S BAZAAR 114 East Wright Street, Phone 2037 Agents for W. U. DOUGLAS and HAMILTON-BROWN Shoes, Hard ware, Dry Goods and Notions. Low ct prices In the city at this store. PHONE OR DRY STOVE WOOD Quick Service. HI PENSACOLA ICE CO. NEW OFFICE: 106-103 N. Tarragona. ii 1 i 1 i tvery Msnioas Aaverai- ed m This Paper For Sals at CRYSTAL PHARMACY" Co. . . m I w w M L. It Isn't a Question of Getting Along .Hut jettinp: ahead, that confronts the aver-,, age family. When yon Inhiow money in buy a h.nu yon borrow it at tlu lowe?t rate of intercut; then win- not apply the f-anie rule when yon buv your rorcrit" ? A penny or two saved on each article you Inn soon run into dollars. With every order of So . 00, o r more, of ro eerics, -we give. lbs. of Cranul $1.00. ited Sugar E. B Hoffman & Son The Store Where Qualfty ni rVK o Are Both Considered. Phone 3:5 5 nd P9 P. Greg cry treet. Better Talk It Over This Month and Decide The time home wirel service - o e yi Mir fr elect rii- The time t put in these new Mazda lamps vou've wished for - The time to hetriu en trie joying all the dec h me connort.s JS NOW. Whv ling er h n er Talk to n 'about it Pcnsacola Electric Co. New Business Dept. Phones 2010 and 2011 ASffTS ROACH PEFPUK if 1 ISNOTAOrtiiTlScO IT DON'T I " DON'T I nttd nzsmm.m Pensacola, St. Andrews and Gulf Steamship Co. STEAMER TARPON FIRST CLASS PASSENGER AM) FH EIGHT SERVICE Between- PENSACOLA, MOBILE, APALACn t COLA, CARRABELLC, ST. AN -MILLVILLE. And All Point on St. Andrews Bay. Carrabelia and Apalachicola. SCHEDULE DREWS, PANAMA CITY, Leaves Pensacola, Sunday 8:30 p. m. for Mobile, Ala, Leave Mobile, Mnlay 7:30 p. m. Leave Pensacola Tuesday 6:00 p m for St. Andrw, MillviHe, A-p lachicofa, CarrabelL and Intermedial? Points. R. J. REACER, General Freight and Passe-nger Agent, Pensacola, Fla. Phons 653. SAN CARLOS HOTEL. Geo. H. Hervey, Managing Director Pcnsacolas Pride. WILSON BIGGS Company. Expert locksmith and Knsniitrw; bicycles repaire-fl. rnri'lrig ?. "'. -of all kinds, ri S. r,!a fox S. W. A. RAY HDW. CO. Wholesale and Retail 710 South Palafox Street Phone 1450 "IN THE HEART OF PENSACOL- The Central Pharmacy. PtlOmJ 17. Read The Journal Want Ad. Columns. Subscribe for The Journal Wi 4l J6Jk44