THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 7, 1914.
We rent them at $2.00
per year and up. No
trouble to show them.
Call and see our equip
ment in this depart
20 S. PALAFOX ST.
We are selling $18. and
$20 values in Ladies' and
Misses Evening Dresses for
for $12.50. Easy terms.
Galin's, 26 S. Palafox.
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We Buy and Sell All Sections.
I $5.00 REWARD.
The Journal will pay $5.00 reward for
evidence sufficient to convict any boy or
person found stealing subscribers' papers
rfter delivery of same by carrier.
Mrs. Francis returned home Friday
from her trip to Illinois to see her sick
father. She left him much Improved.
' Mr. and Mrs. Glossop Irtetid to
move back to Illinois in April. Mr.
Glossop's health is no better.
1 1 W,, F. Grant, a prominent DeFuniak
spring citizen, was among the West
FlofidlanS" arriving: at the San Carlos
hotel last night. He registered at the
San Carlos hotel and will probably be
here for several days.
R. A. Hooten of Terr Haute, Ind.,
arrived in Pensacola yesterday to
spend several days at the San Carlos
A. C Allen of Millig-an was among
the arrivals to Pensacola on the be
lated train from .the east last night
He is a registered guest of the San
E. O. Robinson of Jacksonville is in
Pensacola today to transact business.
He arrived last night and regitVred
at the San Carlos hotel.
T. L.. Barrineau, a well known resi
dent of Cantonment, is among the
bus'ness visitors to Pensacola today.
He arrived last night and is accom
panied by Mrs. Barrineau. They are
guests of the San Carlos.
William Shands, in charge of the
last flfty-mlle stretch of grading on
the G. F. & A., reached Pensacola last
night on the train from the east, and
registered at the San Carlos. He has
been to his home in Gainesville on
: HOTEL ARRVALS.
SAN" CARLOS Charles' F. Wise,
Chicago; A. Gibson, Apalachicola; R.
R. Duke, Gadsden, Ala.; E. Robinson,
Jacksonville; E. P. Nelson, Detroit;
W. R. Cannon. Detroit; George A.
Henry. Mississippi; Miss Josephine
Gregory, Illinois; William Shands,
Gainesville; W. P. Brownson, Molino;
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. axrineau, Cantonment.
RULING MAY FREE
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' Frankfort, Ky, Feb. 6. Several hun
dred convicts in the Kentucky state
prison may obtain their immediate re-
state court of appeals. The decision
Is based on the court's interpretation
of the ,'ndeterminate sentence law and
tesulted from an appeal In the case of
Joln Demons, sentenced to a minimum
of two years.
Demoss served two years and ap
plied to the prison commission for pa
role. His plea was refused and he sued,
the case finally reaching the court of
appeals. The court j decided that un
5der the law Demoss was entitled to
a paroTa after serving his minimum
sentence without the necessity of go
. ing before the prison commission and
i if a parole were refused, the petitioner
had the right to secure a mandamus
! for his release.
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AFTER 21 YEARS
BUSINESS ASSOCIATES PRESENT
HIM WITH BEAUTIFUL LOVING
CUP AS TESTIMONIAL OF ES
TEEM AND GOOD WILL RE
TAINS INTEREST IN BANK, BUT
WILL DEVOTE TIME TO MILL
Twenty-one years a banker, enjoy
ing the good will and esteem of his
business associates and the confidence
of the business public; I Hilton Green
yesterday retired from active business
connection with the banking business
which he established in Pensacola,
February 4, 1S93.
The retirement of Mr. Green was
signalized by the presentation to him
from the directors of the bank of a
beautiful loving cup engraved upon
three sides with the following signifi
I HILTON GREEN
The Citizens and People National
Bank, Pensacola, Fla.
In Token of
Their Esteem and Best Wishes
February 4, 1893
February 4, 1914
Citizens and Peoples National Bank
J. S. Reese
R. M. Cary
T. E. Welles
J. J. Hooton
W. H. Watson
W. DeC. Kessler
Oscar E. Maura.
The presentation was made at a
luncheon at the San Carlos hotel tend
ered by Mr. Green to the directors
yesterday and the gift came as a com
plete but happy surprise to the recipi
ent. W. DeC. Kessler, one of the board
of directors, made the presentation on
behalf of the board, and the testimo
nial was received by Mr. Green in
brief but feeling terms, expressive of
his deep appreciation not only of the
gift, but of the sentiment which
It was twenty-one years ago, on
February 4, 1893. that L,. Hilton Green,
William Fisher (now deceased )and T.
E. Welles founded the Citizens Na
tional bank, with I. Hilton Green as
president. Mr. Green continued as
president until the consolidation of the
Citizens National and the Peoples Na
tional bank in 1911, with J. S- Reese
as president of the new organization
and Mr. Green chairman of the board.
During all these years he has been an
active and guiding spirit in the affairs
of this successful institution.
L. Hilton Green has never been
known as an ambitious banker, but
the banking and business world long
since came to look upon him as a safe
banker, and whenever in the history
of Pensacola the financial seas rolled
high, Mr. Green has loomed up as a
tower of strength in times of stress,
and he retires from active banking
business now bearing honors commen
surate with his long years of service.
His retirement from active business
connection with the bank does not
mean that he is severing his financial
connection with or Interest In it. He
is still a stockholder in the Citizens
and Peoples, but his time will here
after be devoted to his extensive mill.
ing and timber interests and he will
continue to be a citizen of Pensacfcla
with whose business interests he has
been so long identified.
Here is a message of hope and good
cheer from Mrs. C. J. Martin, Boone
Mill, Va,, who Is the mother of eigh
teen children. Mrs. Martin was cured
of stomach trouble and constipation
by Chamberlain's Tablets after five
years of suffering, and now recom
mends these tablets to the public.
Sold by all dealers. (Adv.)
TUG IS IN PORT
STEAMER JOHN SELAY PUT IN
AT PENSACOLA REPORTING
HEAVY WEATHER DURING THE
NIGHT IN THE GULF.
Putting in for orders .supplies and
shelter, the Elg iron tug John Selay of
Galveston arrived here yesterday
morning and during the day was
moored at the Aiken wharf, where it
was viewed by many along the water
front during the rainy day. The ves
sel was supposed to have renewed her
voyage last night, but her skipper de
cided to remain in port during the
night, to renew her voyage this morn
ing if weather is favorable. Heavy
weather was reported in the gulf dur
ing the night by the steamer.
The tug has been moving very much
of late. Coming from Tampa, where
a barge of oil had been towed, the
steamer is now en route to Morgan
City, where two oil barges are to be
taken in tow for Mexican ports. The
steamer fto was recently at Apalachi
Citizens and Peoples
Designated Depositary of the United States.
Excerpt from Letter from the Treasury
Department, Washington, D. C:
"Relative to the designation of your bank as a
regular depositary of public moneys in order that
your bank may be of service to the Xavy Yard and
Army Post, you are informed that the Navy Depart
ment has written this offiice regarding funds for the
use of paymasters on vessels touching Pensacola.
In order that your bank ma' be prepared tn
furnish accommodation to the Arms' Post and Navy
Yard, and such paymasters of vessels as may apply
to you for funds, The Citizens & Peoples National
Bank of Pensacola, Pensacola, Fla., is. by direction
of the Secretary, and by virtue of authority con
ferred upon him under the provisions of Section 5153
of the revised statutes, hereby designated a regular
We solicit the business of firms and individuals
on the merits of our condition and the service we
AGED EX-REGISTRATION OFFI
CER ADJUDGED GUILTY OF
FALSIFYING RECORDS WILL
HAVE PENALTY IMPOSED.
Appearing for sentence in the court
of record this morning will be ex
Registration Officer Frank Maura, the
aged defendant in the city election
troubles which were aired a few days
ago in the said court. Mr. Maura was
told to appear for sentence this morn
ing, but in the meantime has not been
locked up, having been allowed to go
on an approved bond. Friends who be
lieve that he did no intentional wrong
sympathize with him in his plight, and
clemency of the court will be the hope
of many of them. The penalty may
be imprisonment or fine, or both, the
court having exclusive discretion in
the final disposition of the case. The
old veteran's age is also in his favor,
so far as clemency is expected.
Court to Adjourn.
With today's docket, the court of
record will about have cleared up the
business for the term, and upon the
disposition of a case set for today, and
the disposition of the Maura case, it
is expected the court will be adjourn
ed. One case was docketed for yester
day, this being Caldwell vs the Pensacola-
Electric Company. A compro
mise was effected outside the court
and the case was wiped from the
docket in this manenr. This was a
suit for damages.
This is the season of the year when
mothers feel very much concerned over
the frequent colds contracted by their
children, and have abundant reason for
it as every cold weakens the lungs,
lowers the vitality and paves the way
for the more serious diseases that so
often follow. Chamberlain's Cough
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IN CITY COURT
LAZ POWELL WILL HAVE TO AN
SWER TO THE COUNTY COURTS
FOR HIS ALLEGED MISDEEDS IN
THE LATE PAST.
Sixteen cases were ilo.-ke'.id for
trial in the city court yesteiduy morn
ing, the fines aggregating $25. One
case was turned over to the county au
thorities, one case was nol prossed and
Taz Powell, the negro who faced
half a dozen charges, was the star at
traction. He was charged with dis
charging firearms in the city limits,
assault with a knife, fighting and be
ing a dangerous and suspicious char
acter. No testimony was heard in the
case, and he was bound over to the
county authorities. From an attempt
ed explanation in Justifying his past
actions, the court got the idea that he
was trying to appear not responsible
for his past misdeeds.
Henry Graves, an autoiet, was be
fore the court on two charges. He
was charged with driving his machine
recklessly and also with operating an
automobile without having a license
number attached thereto. His case
L. & fl ISSUED
PENSACOLA MARDI GRAS AND
FLORIDA CHAUTAUQUA AT DE
FUNIAK SPRINGS ADVERTISED
IN THE MONTHLY PASSENGER
The Monthly Passenger Bulletin,
published by the Louisville & Nash
ville railroad, has just been issued for
February and contains in addition to
remarks as to courtesy employes
should always show to patrons of the
road, a large amount of free adver
tisiny for the Pensacola Mardi Gras
and for the Florida Chautauqua at
DeFuniak Springs, February 25th to
Appil 5th. 1914.
The four-page bulletin i? a neat
publication and is said to be serving a
good purpose in placing the empolyes
of the road in closer touch with the
heads of the various departments and
the general management at Louisville.
The Passenger Bulletin is sent month
ly to all the employes of passenger
offices of the Louisville fc Nashville
59 or 259
DRY STOVE WOOD
PENSACOU ICE CO.
106-108 N. Tarragona.
I 1 Every Medietas AdverHi-
ta Ja ibis rapsr tor ai3
at CRYSTAL PHARMACY
TO LOAD FIRST
3IG LEYLAND STEAMSHIP AR
RIVES AND IS BERTHED AT
NEW DOCK WHERE MISCELLA
NEOUS CARGO WILL RE TAKEN.
Arriving on tm, th Mc steamship
Nessian put into jmrt ypsUprday and
was on moorpii at the east side of
the ntw F. find A. dork, where,
during the day the vessels remained
;-.ile on account of the inclement wca-
The step.ir.pr will be worked tills
morning, however, if poor! w-eat'pter
prevails, and lively tims will prevail
on the newly-built cotton shipping
point. It is announced that several
hundred bales of cotton will be piared
on the Xessian at thf wharf where ih
vessel is row moored, and a berth will
he taken at pome other drx-k. It was
stated, to complete the Pensacola por
tion of a. big cirpo for Liverpool. The
scleral hundred bals of cotton listed
f:,r tho Xessian from the (i. F. & A
tailroad scion is? the initial consign
ment frnm a brnn new cotton terri
tory for Pensacola.
This cotton will be ha.ndled directly
from cars to steamer on this occasion,
but in the near future, it li hoped to
handle hundreds and thousands of
bales from this new outlet, ail of which
bids fair to largely increase the cot
ton exportation from Pensacola to for
eign points. While there are no steam
ers due for some time for cotton from
the new section, there will be several
sailing vessels to moor at the wharf
named as soon as a suitable berth is
available, and all this will tend to
greatly swell this port's export business.
Only One "BROMO QUININE"
That is LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE.
Look for the signature of E. W.
GROVE. Cures a Cold In One Day.
Cures Grip in Two Days. 25a (Adv.)
LOCAL C. K. Of
SOCIAL HOUR WILL BE ENJOYED j
BY CATHOLIC SOCIETY SUNDAY i
EVENING AND PLEASANT TIME
A smoker will be enjoyed by the
local C. K. of A. on Sunday evening at
their regular meeting hall, and not
only are the local members expected to
lie on hand, but members of the society
from out-of-town branches, who may
be in the city, will be welcomed, ac
cording to announcement from a mem
ber of the committee on arrangements.
Progressive euchre will be one of the
entertaining features of the evening
which will be enjoyed.
Subscribe for The Journal.
The Journal's "Want Ad
Way" is the Easy Way
will make clear the val
ue of skillful buying.
A little time con
sumed in the compari
son of prices will make
clear the value of buy
ing for cash.
Many have been con
vinced, whv not vou?
E B Hoffman
The Store Where Quality and Price
Are Both Considered.
57 and 59 E. Gregory treet.
7 he Sale of the
Will Continue To-day and
All Next Week.
W e shall do no Sunday ad
vertising. Look for full
page of prices in Monday
You have in your charge a tiny mite of humani
ty, the most helpless living creature that comes into
the world. Tts whole future is for the present in your
hands. You are going to purchase a carriage in
which it will spend half to two-thirds of the next two
COLLAPSIBLE BABY CARRIAGE
is the roomiest carriage made, instiring comfort to
the baby on its outings. The adjustable cradle spring
is always right as the child increases in weight. This
is necessary to protect the delicate spine.
THE TWO-YEAR GUARANTEE.
that no part will wear out or break, is the final argu
ment that should make you unwilling to buy any
other carriage. Call and let us demonstrate this car
riage. Price, $3.50 to 3
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9 L1HLJUJ M.
JB - M-l ' 1 - .J -' ! 1
114 Eat Wright Street, Phone 2037
Agents for W. L. DOUGLAS and
HAMILTON-BROWN Shoes. Hard
ware. Dry Goods and Notions. Low
cst prices In the city at this store.
ATLANTA COB.8.NCE PENSACQLA.FLA-
Hart Schaffner & Marx, and
L. E. NOBLES & CO.
"Your Money's Worth or Your Money
73 South Palafox. Phone 790.
For First-Class Livery
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