OCR Interpretation


The Pensacola journal. (Pensacola, Fla.) 1898-1985, February 13, 1914, Image 4

Image and text provided by University of Florida

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn87062268/1914-02-13/ed-1/seq-4/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for 4

4
THE PENS AC OLA JOURNAL, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 13, 1914.
DAILY, WEEKLY. SUNDAY.
BY
JOURNAL PUBLISHING COMPANY.
FRANK L. MAYES, President.
MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
SUBSCRIPTION RATESl
One Week, Dally and Sunday ....S .13
Two Weeks, Dally and Sunday .. . -28
One Month Dally and Sunday .... " -55
Three Months, Dally and Sunday.. 1.65
Six Months, Dally end Suflday ... S.25
One Year, Dally and Sunday 6.50
Sunday Only, One Year
Weekly Journal, One Year
Office Journal Building, Corner De.
Luna and Intendencla.
Entered as second-class matter at
the postofflee at Pensaeola, Florida,
under Act of Congress, March 3, 187.
Phones: Editorial Rooms, S3. Bust-1
ness Office, isoo.
FRIDAY FEBRUARY IS, 1914.
Income Tax Returns Must
Be Made This Month
n persons bavins; net Incomes of
fX, 000. 00 or mors must make return
f schodule showing such Income on
r before March 1, next
In Florida all returns must be made
l the) collector of Internal revenue,
jfec&sonmie, Fla- and they should be
made promptly to avoid the severe
penalty that attaches to failure to
tna&e retnrn.
The collector has already eent out
Croat many btanka to persona whose
iaoosxrM are believed to be taxable nn
(Baar the new Income tax law but failure
to reoetv such blank does not relieve
UBjana who la subject to the tax from
M seapooaOtClty to make th)e re-
If your net Income la $3,000.00 or
tBore you should make your return at
eee. K you have failed to receive
blank, Just writs the oolleotor for
n amd he wCl furnish It. But under
no circumstance must you fall to
make return on or before March 1.
The Y. M. C. A. Is Doing
Good Work.
At a recent meeting1 of the board of
directors of the Y. M. C. A. the phy
sical department showed an attendance
of over 1100 for the one month of
January. This Is a splendid Bhowing,
and goes far to prove what the Y. M.
C. A. stands for.
There are few things of greater im
portance than the physical develop
ment of the youth of the country, and.
the fact that the older men are net
barred from the classes, and benefit
greatly therefrom, la also an argu
ment in their favor.
Those who are familiar with
"Qeed," that one of the few modern
American novels that can be called
almost great, will recall the manner in
which Queed proceeded to ret Into
training:, In order to whip the proof
reader on the Post, and how his phy
sical development contributed so great
ly to his moral and mental growth and
while appreciating the humor of the
situation, reading between the lines
must admit that the physical develop
ment must go more or less, hand In
hand with moral and mental develop
ment. ' "KHnfeerts Exercises for All Tarts of
Its Merits Have
Been Proven
Women all eve r this great
continent realise the merit of
this great boon to women.
Dike's
Tonic Compound
For Women
has the confidence of all who
have used it. Every woman, at
some time or other, needs a re
constructor, a tonie that will
strengthen the system and en
able it to withstand strain of
functional irregularities.
Dike's Tonic Compound For
Women insures health and hap
piness to women. The expense
is trifling, practically nothing,
compared to the benefits derived.
There is no excuse for suffering
due to female weakness. The
continued use of Dike's Tonio
Compound For "Women results in
good circulation rich red blood,
regularity of all body functions
and good strong nerves start to
dayit will benefit you.
A LARGE BOTTLE fl.00.
D'Alemberte's
Pharmacy
Phone. 109.
121 S. Patafox.
The Parlor Market t
"Home of All That' Pure"
Fresh Western Meats, v
POULTRY, EGGS AND GREEN
GROCERIES.
PHONES 173-174.
the Body," were of great value to the
little scientist whom they helped to
find his 'birtbrig-ht of manhood. All
clean rihysical exercise Is beneficial,
not oniy bodily, but mentally and mor
ally.
The Y. M. C. A. Is flolngr no better
work than in Its encouragement of
mroily sport.
TARPON WAS IN
lUD FOR TWO DAYS
The St- Andrews Journal in Its last
issue printed the following:
The steamer Tarpon of the Pensaeo
la, St. Andrews aud Gulf Steamship
Company went aground during a fog
on shore opposite this place last Fri
day evening as ahe was leaving port
and remained fast until Sunday after
noon.
Capt. Barrow, master, employed two
tugs. Blazer and Sea - King, which
made several attempts to pull her off.
but she sefxmed to be stuck hard and
fast. Latr the TJ. S. dredge Caucus
went to their aid and the combined
efforts of the three were successful In
floating; her Sunday afternoon and she
sailed immediately. The Caucus is a
very powerful beat and without her
aid thie Tarpon would probably have
remained aground until help could
have gotten from Pensaeola.
House Thief Stole
W. A. Beal's Breakfast
"W. A. Beal, traveling representative
In The Journal's circulation depart
ment, was the victim of a robbery
Wednesday night, when some one ent
ered his kitchen and took away all the
eatables he had in the house.
Mr. Beal lives on the corner of P
and Uoyd streets. The family sleep
in the front part of the house and all
were at home when the theft occurred,
but none of them woke up. The thief
got away with all of. the grits, rice,
sugar, lard, onions, meat and flour
which the pantry contained. These
things constitute the most valuable
possessions a man can have these days
and the thief was undoubtedly familiar
with current values when he relieved
Mr. Beal of the things necessary for
his Thursday morning breakfast.
Subscribe for The Journal
"Gome
the
on
water
fine ! "
Uncle Sam invites the World to use his Panama Canal.
It cuts in half the highway of the seas.
It compresses the vhole earth into smaller compass.
What this will mean to the American manufacturer, the farmer,
man in the street, is told in the book of the hour
Head it!
You will learn how Chili and Peru are brought nearer to New York
than California.
How Australia will be 1300 miles nearer VEngland.
How the Mississippi River and its tributaries are destined to carry
the wealth of empires.
This marvelous book not only tells you 'what far-reaching effects
this Canal of yours will have, but describes in detail its building.
It is veritably the epic of your Panama Canal.
To secure
the coupon
LECTURE ATTHE
CITY BUILDING
JOHN A. CURRIE ENLIGHTENED A
LARGER AUDIENCE THAN ANY
YET PRESENT BY HIS TALK ON
"THE INDUSTRIAL WHEEL"
John A. Currie at the city hall last
night, spoke to a larger audience than
previously, on the subject, "The In
dustrial Wheel," and showed by a
chart that about half of the things
important to us are now socialized,
as roads and bridges, postofflee, fire
department, schools, police, army and
navy, and he dwelt on the semi-socialistic
achievements and conditions Jn
the canal zone. His list of things
to be socialized included factories,
mines, railroads, steamships, banks,
telephone and telegraph.
At the conclusion questions were
asked, one of which was. "Will a
widow woman's little plantation be
taken from her under socialism?"
The speaker replied: "Everybody
will be entitled to all the land they
can occupy and use. This widow wo-
Quick Way to Make
Ugly Hairs Vanish
(The Modern Beauty)
Here is a quick and very effective treat
ment for banishing objectionable hairs
or fuss: Mix a stiff paste with a little
powdered delatone and water, and apply
to the hairy surface for about 2 or 3
minutes, then rub oft and with it will
come every trace of hair. Washing the
skin to remove the remaining paste
leaves it firm and free from blemish.
Rarely Is more than one application re
quired, but results are more positive
when the delatone is purchased in an
original package. (Adv.)
s
HE
ly Frederic J. Haskin
. Anthor of Tbe American Government
this 400 -page book at cost, use
printed on another page today
i
man won't have her plantation long
under the present system."
The speaker will continue lecturing
DON'T TAKE BOWEL MEDICINE WHEN
If Your Liver Gets Lazy You Need a
Liver Tonic, Not Merely a Laxa
tive for the Bowels.
Many people take a simple laxative
when thiir liver gets sluggish rather
than take calomel, which they know
is sometimes dangerous. But a mere
laxative will not start a sluggish liver.
What is needed is a tonic that will
liven up the liver without forcing you
to stay at home and lose a day from
work.
You have such a tonic in Dodson's
Liver Tone. Dodson's Liver Tone
must be all they claim for it because
r
it: '
IV r. : .("
. 1
HOTETj WINECOPF
Atlanta's nevest and finest.
e.vef?v room with ppivateibath.
opened november 1915.
The 5 Points
of Authority
in
J- 1. All Engineering Chapters
corrected by Col. George- W.
Goethata.
2. All illustrations by the offi
' cial photographer of the Canal
Commission.
L, 3. Colored map by the National
Geographic Society.
jU 4. Index by a Staff Member of
the Library of Congress.
JL- 5. Book conforms to typo
7 graphical style of the United
States Government.
This book is by the author of
"The American Government,"
which was read by millions of
Americans, and still holds the record
as the world's best seller among all
works of its kind.
at the Universalist church, his subject
for tonight being "Political Liberty and
Industrial Slavery."
IT'S YOUR LIVER THAT'S WRONG
they guarantee it to take the place of
dangerous calomel and agree to hand
back the money with a smile, to any
person who tries Dodson's Liver Tone
and is not satisfied with "the relief it
gives.
Dodson's Liver Tone is a harmless
vegetable liquid with a pleasant taste
and is a prompt and reliable remedy
for constipation, biliousness, sour
stomach and the other troubles that
come from a torpid liver.
The Balk'-om Drug Company give it
their personal guarantee and If you
will ask about this guarantee you will
protect yourself against imitations
that are not guaranteed. Large bottle
of Dodson's Liver Tone is 50 cents.
Winecoff
Atlanta's Newest
and finest. Every
room an outside
room with private
bath. Rates as reas
onable as any first-class-up-to-the-minute
hotel. Location
most convenient to
shopping district.
Private Bath, tub
and shower $1.50 to
$3.C0.
the merchant, the
Note
this Book
r
Perfection
Successors to New
Method and C. & C.
Laundries.
Let us have your next
bundle.
Phone 186.
.J
"IN THE HEART OF PENSACOLA.
The Central Pharmacy.
Phone 17.
MAYES PRINTING CO.
PRINTERS FOR
PARTICULAR
PEOPLE
17-19 Wet Government St.
Phone 181.
i JM
Looking
For a House?
One of the first Questions that
the modern housekeeper asks
about a house, "Is It wired for
electricity?" If the house is an
old one, electricity goes a long
way toward making it modern
whether new or old. It lightens a
great deal of the domestic labor
at small cost
Electricity does all the hard
part of washing and sewing,
makes ironing pleasant work
and house cleaning sanitary. Be
fore renting a house that is not
wired, every housekeeper should
consider of what she would be
depriving herself.
Pensaeola
Electric Co.
New Business Dept.
Phones 2010 and 2011
i WILSON BIGGS i
Company.
Kxpert locksmiths and gunsmiths:
.bicycles repaired. Sporting goods
of all kinds. 21 S. Palafox St.
SAN CARLOS HOTEL,
Geo. H. Hervey, Managing Director.
Pensacola's Pride.
Pensaeola. St. Andrews and
Gulf Steamship Co.
STEAMER TARPON
FIRST CLASS PASSENGER AND
FREIGHT SERVICE
Between
PENSACOLA, MOBILE, APALACm
COLA, CARRABELLE, ST. AN
MILLVILLE. And A!! Point en St. Andrew Bay,
Carrabel! and Apatacfc icola.
SCHEDULE!
DREWS, PANAMA CITY,
Leave Pensaeola, Sunday 8:30 p. m.
for Mobile, Ala.
Leave Mobile, Monday 7:30 p. m.
Leaves Pensaeola Tuesday 6:00 p.
m., for St. Andrews, Millville, Ap
lachieola, Carrabeil and Intermediate
Points.
R. J. REAGER,
General Freight and Passenger Ajerrti
Pensaeola. Fla. Phone 053.
All the latest models
in P. N. Corsets
at
GUTMAN'S
8e Us
For Business
Opportunities
Along ths Line of
Deep Water Townsite
711 Blount Building.
Phone 1028.
The M.&O.
On the Square, Within Easy Reacft
of Everywhere,
The "Want Ad Way"
page is one of the great fea
res of this paper. Read it.
Co.
fP . 3 p "
i us elk a H a i t R 1F.
f
caw
are being" wrought in
Banking, but the basic
principles remain un-
scarred
Stability
of the institution
Security
to the depositors
Conservatism
in management
Citizens and Peoples
National Bank
of Pensaeola, Fla.
Designated Deposi
tory of Public Funds of:
The United States,
The State of Florida,
The City of Pensaeola,
United States Circuit
Court.
A. H. McLEOD & CO.,
Tents, Awnings,
Tarpaulins.
Estimate ( Madly Furnished.
Phone 1170. 602-608 S. Palafox.
The Best Fresh Meats
in the City.
Palafox Market.
J. A. Williams, Prop.
MORGAN'S STABLES
For First-Class Livery
Phone 710.
Agent
Hart Schaffner & Marx, and.
Kirschbaum Suits )
L. E. NOBLES & CO.
"Your Money' Worth or Your Money
Back".
29 South Palafox. Phone 790.
W. A. RAY HDW. CO.
Wholesale and Retail
710 South Palafox Street
Phone 1450.
DIRECTORY
Lemuel Colson, Dentist.
906 and 507 Blount Building.
AdmlnlBtration of Nltroua Oxl-1 and
Oxygen for Fatnl!8s Operations.
Phonea: Office, 880; ReBldence. 1004
DR. B. V. DANNHEISSER
DENTIST
308-308 Brent Building.
Phone 817.
DR. HENRY BORST,
Btomach FPf-ia!lt and Kptatlat In
Diseases of Oillrlren. Is now located In
Fisher Keal Estat- BnllrtinK, 204 H Fouth
Palafox street. Office hours, 10 to 12 and
2 to S.
DR. J. L. INGRAM.
QUASSE CORRECTLY FITTED.
LENSES DUPLICATED WHILE YOU
WAIT.
10 South Plfox.
With Will C. Difenderfef.
T. G. YATES, M. D.
OPTICIAN.
410 Blount Building.
Twenty Year' Experience as an Eyf
Specialist. .Examination free.
DR. J. B. TILLER
DENTIST,
S10 Blount Building.
Dn.
pj-
sjpsjpsjws!
ill air i rms
H
L 35! I
PHONE
59 or 259
DRY STOVE WOOD H
Quick Service.
PEHSACOU ICE CO.
NEW OFFICE)
106-108 N. Tarragona.
t r , - ...
Every Medlclaa A4?erai-
J ed ia Thii Paper For SaJs (
Ji . - n ism at ar a a s ah E i
(f r i.

xml | txt