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THE PENS AC OLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 17, 1914.
Section One. PENSACOLA LEAD N VALUE OF SHIPMENTS EXPORTS DURING PAST MONTH MORE THAN DOUBLED THOSE OF ANY OTHER FLORIDA PORT. t 'er.sacota lea.gs an r lonua jjui is more than double the valuation in ex ports Curing the past month, accord ing to figures compiled in the office of CVi.'ecior Cooper Griggs at Jack-fc-.,nvij(; Shipments from tnis port during the month were valued at 1, ''1.Si?.. while the values of shipments f;om all other Florida ports combined reached only $1. 677.000 The nxt hiijhttl port to Pensacola is Tampa wiih a valuation of $481.00). and the t.-a! valuation of nil exports from Fionda reaped $2,771,579. The prin--:ps.l commodity shipped was lumber and timber, most of which went out from Pensacola- and aggregated 42, flOO.OOD superficial feet. In imports, Tampa leac"s with a valuation of S.29,101, on which duty amounting to il8(.,S5 was collected. Key West is second, Jacksonville third and Pensa cola fouYth. The total valuation of all imports reached $1,044,000, on which duties amounting to $870 was collected. The alue of the shipments from ea ,-i Florida ports follows: lV;nsacoJa $1,094,862 Tampa 481,353 1 "cTiiandina 430,13:) Kr West 320,997 Jacksonville 142.57S Port Jnglis 142,000 Boca Grande 102,500 Apadachicola 26,39 t St. Andrews 12,573 Carrabello 12,004 Miami 6,171 Totals v $2,771,579 The Imports. The imports and the values by porta follows: Tampa $529,101 Key West 244,040 Jacksonville 201.274 Penaaeola 63,66$ Miami 1,846 Pt. Augustine 60 Coughed for Three Years, "I am a lover or your godsend to humanity and science. Your medicine, Dr. King's Xew Discovery, cured my cough of three years standing", says J-nr'e Flemming, of Xew Dover, Ohio, J lave you an annoying cough? Is It etubfcoru and won't yield to treat ment? Get a EOe. bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery today. What It did for Jennie Flemmlng it will do for you, no matter how stubborn or chronic a rough may be. It stops a cough and stops throat and -lang trouble. Relief vr money back, 80c. and $1.00, at your druggist. Bucklen's Arnica Sfcilve for Pimples. (Ad). FARMERS PLA CROP ROTATIO DRY WEATHER IS HAVING EF FECT ON CROPS, BUT ONLY A FEW BOLL WEEVILS ARE REPORTED. S. TV. Iliatt. crop demonstration agent, makes the following report for the past week: Pensacola, Fla., May 16. The section of the county between McDavid and Walnut Hill was visited tho past week. This section is de voted mainly to the production of corn snd cotton, which, at the present time, is Inking very well. Gardens have suffti'td considerably from the drought. Only a few boll-weevils have heen reported, so far. A close watch should be kept for them and all de stroyed that "an be found. It is ver ncouraging to note the CM IS DRIED RIGHT UP WmjULPHUR USE LIKE COLD CREAM TO SUB DUE IRRITATION AND CLEAR THE SKIN. Constant or intermittent irritation producing itching and red. angry Ec ECroa. patches on the skin is readily re lieved with bold-sulphur cream. The moment it is applied the itching stops and the healing begin, says a noted dermatologist. It effects such prompt relief, even in aggravated Eczema that it is a never ending source of amazement to phvsi tians. For many years bold-sulphur cream has occur ied a secure position in the treatment of cutaneous eruptions by reason of Its cooling, Pirasite-desirov-1g properties. It is not only parasi noidal but also antipruritic and anti septic and nothing has ever been found to take its place in overcoming irrit able and inflammatory affections of the skin. While not always establish ing a permanent cure, yet'in every in stance it instantly stops the agonizing itching: su-bdues the irritation and heals the inflamed raw skin right up And it is often years later before any Eczema eruption again appears. Those troubled should get from any pharmacist an ounce of bold-sulphur cream and apply it directly upon the affected skin like you would any or dinary cold cream. It isn't unpleasant and the prompt relief afforded is very welcome, particularly when the Ec tema is accompanied with itchincr. YOU NEED MEDICINE AT THIS TIME Kverybody is more or less trembled at this season with loss of vitality, failure of appetite, that tired feeling, or with bilious turns, dull headaches, indigestion and other stomach troubles, or with pimples and other eruptions on the face and body. The reason is that thai blood Is Impure and impoverished. Hood's Sarsaparilla relieves all these ailments. Ask your druggist for this medicine and get it today. Noth ing else acts like it. Get Hood's. Adv. number of farmers who are planning on crop rotation, and' expect to remove stumps from their land so as to be able to use larger and better farm implements, which will enable them to cultivate more land at less expense than under the present mthods. Miss '-ry Bradley is meeting with splendid success in this section, in teresting the women and slrls in the canning club work. A goodly number of farmer folks gathered at Bratts Tuesday night to discuss farming and canning prob lems with the two county agents. Prospets look "bright for the enlist ment of this section in the work of county organization and cooperation. Probable itinerary for this week: Monday, May 18th Bluff Springs. Tuesday, May 19. Century. Wednesday, May 20. Century. Thursday, May 21 Molino. Friday, May 22 Cottage Hill, Route PCo. 1 Saturday, May 23. Pensacola Buy your Gasoline at Ab bott's Garage. S. Baylen St. Campbellton Club Outing a Fihe Affair SPECIAL. TO THE JOURNAI Campbellton, May 16. Under the shades of the massive oaks along the bands of Spring Creek, three miles north of Campbellton, the Political Club of Campbellton, 120 strong, as sembled last Wednesday, May ISth, for their first annual outing. The camp opened at 10 a. ra. and within a short time automobiles "were arriving from every direction, bring ing loads of voters and candidates. The crowd was a representative gath ering of the voters and candidates of Jackson county. About thirty candidates running for various of rices, from the school board to the U. S. senate, were present at the fish fry and made, sneeches. They were introduced by Hon. W. L. Mc Kinly a member of the state legislature from Campbel'on. The cluh is being congratulated in conducting the occasion in s'ich way, that ever-"- one announced himself as having had a splendid time. Plenty of refreshments of all kinds were served. Following the adjournment of the club the Campbellton baseball team played the candidates, resulting in a score of 10 to 0 in favor of Caanpbell-ton. Read what J. S. Roberts says on page 7. TEXAS GIRL MAY BE IN CITY WHEN BESIEGED Juarez, Mex., May 15. Miss Ida Hayes, of Waco, Tex., a Baptist mis sionary, will be in the city of Sal tilio when the Constitutionalists at tack is begun, according to word re ) todav Miss" Haves Is a director of the Madero institute, a school for girls at samuo, ana nas refused to leave, althuatfh warned by the American consul. She feared that if she abandons the institute It will be used by the Fed erals as a barracks and probably be destroyed in the fighting. MONEY TO LOAN We have $100,000 to lend on improved city real estate, at low rates ranging from 6 to 8, 1 to 5 years, in amounts of $500 up Escam bia Realty Co. ft BEULAH. Benlah. -May 16. The long contin ued spell of dry weather is having its effect on crops in this section. Berries and truck patches are dying and dry ing up, and if rain does not come soon some crops will be a complete loss. Mr. and Mrs. P ". Dawkins were tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. L.. Bar rlneau Sunday last. Miss Ruby Dawkins was the griest of. Miss Eunice Snowden last Satur day and Sunday. Mr. James Snowden was called to FeFuniak last week, as a witness in the Lewis murder case. Mr. Ralph Snowden was in DeFu niak on business this week The Misses Beulah and Nettle Bar rineau of Quintette are the guests of their aunt, Mrs. J. M. Snowden this week. Miss Xeta Barrineau and brother, Tommy, were the guests of relatives here Monday. Miss Dora Clark was in the city shorping Friday. Mr. S. A. Garrett was In Pensacola on business Tuesday. Mr. R. L. Snowden was in the Deep Water City on business Friday. Mr. James Snowden returned from DeFuniak Wednesday. Arthur Spare was in the city Tues day and Wednesday on business. Mr. and Mrs Arthur Spare had for their guests at dinner Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. J M. Snowden. Mrs. Mary Barrineau. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Snow den. and Ralph Snowden. Mr. Ralph Snowden came home from DeFuniak Friday. NO NEW ORDERS IN ANY BRANCH OF SERVICE Washington. May 15 Activitv which began yesterday in government ar senals and coast artillery posts, fol lows the precautionary arrangements of the war department in the Mexican situation. Secretary of War Garri son said today. The secretary de clared that no new orders had been i&sued to any branch of the service. "EW AGENCY F LIFE ra OR CE MEXICANS TO RETURN TO THE LIGHT HOUSE Washington. May 15. Secretary of State Bryan announced today that he has learned from the mediators that the explanation of the Lobos Island in cident made by the United States Is satisfactory and thit Mexicans will return there to take care of the lights. R. C. CALDWELL, MALCOLM R. YONGE AND J. P. McHUGH, AS MANAGERS FOR THE GERMANIA LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK HAVE OPENED OF FICES IN ROOMS 353-360 BRENT BUILDING. In another column of this issue will be found the announcement of the opening of the firm of Caldwell, Tonge & McHusrh as managers for The Ger rmnla Life Insurance Company of New York. As the name implies this company was fathered by and has been under the direction of German influence since its establishment In I860, and through their conservatism, fairness and thrift has become generaJly known as one of the standard companies of its kind. The company points with pardonable pride to the fact that it is one of the few New York companies which passed unscathed through the rigid insurance investigation held in that 6tate a few j-e?rs since. The territory c-:.' ra red in this agency covers all counties between here and the Apalachicola river, and the three counties of Mobile, Baldwin and Escam")la in the state of Alabama. These youn" men are to be congratu lated on securing so valuable a connection. THE AIR-O-LITE If Necessary In the Modern Home SAFE, BRILLIANT, ECONOMICAL, LASTING Keep Bowel Movement Regular. Dr. King's New Life Pills keep stomach, liver and kidneys in healthy condition. Rid the body of poisons and waste. Improve your complexion by flushing the liver and kidneys. "I got more relief from one box of Dr. King's New Life Pills than any medicine I ever tried," says C. E. Hatfield, of Chicago, 111. 25c. at your drug-gist. (Adv). Paid Advertisement CANDIDATE FOR THE LEGISLATURE vt,. "-5 jr ROBERT H. ANDERSON The Air-O-Llte "bums gaso line safer than any oil lamp made burns kerosene. Explo sion is impossible. No danger if lamp 1s dropped or ovfrrturned. It greatly lessens danger of fire. The Air-O-Lite produces five times the light of a big center draft oil lamp at one -third the cost. The Air-O-Lite burner is practically Indestructible. Pure nickel which never burns out is used in burner caps. The Ai--0-Lito soon saves Us price in cost of operation. "A ith gasoline at -0c a gallon, ten cents runs lamp three hours every night for eight to ten night?. Two quarts constitute one filling, gocfl for twenty-five hour.". The Air-O-Lite is a clean hmp - -no smoke no smell no dirty chimney no greasy wicks to trim. Lamp needs cleaning only once a year to produce perfect light. Come, in and let us demon strate to you. Pensacola Crockery Co, Wholesale Distributers. TShae Ererro iRowboat PVSoSor pLRRO I- i Ferro Marine Motors have had a national reputation for years. All over the worlcl Ferro engines are giving service and satisfaction. The Ferro rowboat engine is the last word in design and workmanship. Bosch water proof and schock-proof igni tion, Kingston's ball check float-feed carbureter. The en gines are on the way. A demonstration will convince you. Pensacola Gas Engine and Supply Conrpany Distributers. 713 South Pslafox Street. Pensacola, Fla. Low Round Trip A. Fares via 'SAFETY FIRST" Tampa, Fla. and Return, $15.05 Grand Locate Knitrhts of Pythias of Florida ("colored). Tickets sold May 16, 17 and 1?, 1014. Return limit, May 1P14. Chicago, III. and Return, $28.35 Account General Assembly Presbyterian Church. Tickets sold May 17, IS, and 19, 1014. Return limit, June 5, .1914. Jacksonville, Fla. and Return, $15 ccount Annual Convention, Georgia - Florida Dh U. C. T. Tickets sold May 13 and "0, 1914. Return limit. May 1914. Philadelphia, Pa. -and Return, $39.45 Account National Electric Light Association. Tickets sold May 2?, 30 and 31, 1014. Return limit, June 10, 1014. A. C. RYALS, C. T. A. J. W. LURTON, D. P. A. d. w Mcdonald, t. p. a. (Paid Advertisement). Bos,! I 7 i J To the Voters: I am the victim o a cam paign of misrepresentation. Every effort is being made to arouse your religous prejudices against me. It is being falsely circulated that I am a Knight of Columbus ,i ,i i r .i witn tne nope ot arousing tne religious prejudices of some of the voters against me. Everyone who knows me knows that I am not now, and never have been, a Knight of Col umbus. The Pensacola News has proven itself guilty of the crowning infamy of the campaign of mis representation that is being made against me. In the issue of The News of yesterday (Saturday) that paper undertook to reproduce an advertise ment which I caused to be printed in the DeFnniak Herald of Thursday, and m doing so The News only printed part of the advertisement repre senting it to be the whole advertisement. The advertisement as printed in The News is as follows: Causing considerable talk in Dc Funiak today is the following advertisement which appeared in the DeFuniak Herald yesterday: TO THE VOTERS: Realizing that the farmers, merchants and working men are going to send me to Congress, those who arc against me are making desperate efforts to defeat me and they, are trying to arouse your religious prejudices by falsely circulating the report that I am a Knight of Co lumbus. I am not, and never have been a Knight of Co lumbus. The only Knight that I am is a Knight of Pyth- JOHN P. STOKES, Candidate For Congress. (Paid Advertisement). The whole advertisement as printed in The DeFuniak Herald is as follows: JOHN P. STOKES Candidate For Congress. To The Voters: Realizing that the farme rs, merchants and working men are going to send me to Congress, those who arc against me are making desperate efforts to defeat me and they are trying to arouse your religious prejudices by falsely circulating the report that I am a Knight of Co lumbus. . I am not, and never have been, a Knight of Co lumbus. The only Knight that I am is a Knight of Pyth ias. THIS IS A FREE COUNTRY Dedicated to religious freedom. I stand for separation of church and state. I am against any man who would introduce religion into politics. I appeal to you as Ameri can citizens to resent the attempt to arrouse your relig ious prejudices, and to votefor John P. Stokes for Con gress. . Discourage dirty politics. Resent an attempt to ap peal to your prejudices. Be Americans. Vote upon your judgment for the best man for the office. JOHN P. STOKES, Candidate for Congress. (Paid Advertisement). I appeal to the Voters of the Third Congressional District of Florida to see that I get a square deal. Defeat by fair means will not hurt me, because I can come again. I not wish to be sacrificed to the prejudices of some of )he voters aroused unfairly by the circulation of false reports. JOHN P,.STliES.