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SAMPLE BALLOT
National
Bank of Commerce
of Pensacola.
Located in Old First National Bank Building.
Paid Advertisement
9110
Democratic Primary Escambia
June 2, 1914.
County
Instructions: To vote for any candidate, make a cross fX
In the square in the appropriate column, according to your
choice, at the RIGHT of his name. Vote your first choice In
the first column; vote your second choice in the second column.
If there is no second column at the right of a name, vote
your first choice only. ro cot vote more than one choice for
the same candidate.
R. W. GOODHART, PRESIDENT
E. R. M ALONE, Cashier
W. N. ROBERTS, At Cashier
Q. H. MALONE, 1st Vice-President
MAX L. BEAR, 2nd Vice-President
J. B. McNEILL, 3rd Vice-President
THE FEISTS ACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 31, loi.
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For United States Senator . ja
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Vote for One. "g 8
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Interest Credited Quarterly.
We have money to loan; we want your account; we
know how to take care of our customers
OPEN LETTER TO
ILL catholic:
COMMUNICATION FROM BISHOP
ALLEN NOTIFIES ALL GOOD
CATHOLICS OF THE FORTH
COMING COLLECTION.
Bishop Allen of th Mobile diocese,
has issued the following, which will
foe- duly read in all the churches. The
letter is aa follows:
The Bishop's Letter.
Mobile. Alabama, May 24, 1914.
Itev. Dear Father:
The collection for the Holy Father
vrill be taken up in all the churches
of the diocese on Trinity Sunday.
The veneration and love which all
Catholics feel for the Father of the
Faithful should prompt us to help him
to bear the burdens of his high office.
He has "solicitude for all of the
churches." He has to provide for the
administration and government of the
church in the centre of unity Rome.
. In former times the patirmony of
Saint Peter . was sufficient to provide
for the ordinary wants of the Holy
Father, but in modern times he has
been sacriligiously deprived of these
revenues and forced to depend on the
charity of his spiritual children in
every laud. -
Saouid we not, under the circum
stances, .take pride in providing for
his needs? He is the- Vicar of Jesus
Christ cn earth the infallible guide
and teacher, to whom Our Lord as
signed the duty of feeding the lambs
and sheep of His flock.
How well he has done the work as
signed to him! What Important works
has he not undertaken? When elected
and crowned as successor of Saint
Peter and Inheriting all the powers
and prerogatives of the first Pope he
chose for his motto: "To restore all
in Christ." He has made this the aim
and purpose of his Pontificate and the
effect of his wonderful activity is seen
In every department of church admin
istration. Let us show by our generous offer
ings our deep appreciation of his work
and our filial love for his saintly char,
acter as well as our loyal devotion to
the See of Peter.
Before the close of the year I am
expected to make my ad limina visit
to Rome and make my report concern
ing the condition of religion in this
diocese. 1 shall then present in person
your offerings to the Holy Father and
. beg his blessing for each and every
eoul in the diocese. I rely on the gen
erosity of the faithful to enable me
to make to the Sovereign Pontiff on
this occasion an offering of which
neither you, nor I, nor any of the peo
ple shall have cause to be ashamed.
This letter should be read at all
the Masses on Pentecost and Trinity
Sundays, I am. Dear Reverend Father.
Sincerely yours in Christ,
EDWARD P. ALLEN.
Bishop of Mobile,
RICHARD GEROW.
Secretary.
Feast cf Mary, Help of Christians.
F. S.--Remember the Novena. to the
Hoiytihost and the Tridum at the
Feast of the Sacred Heart.
PUT SULPHUR ON
AN ITCHING SKIN
AND END ECZEMA
SAYS THIS OLD-TIME ECZEMA
REMEDY IS APPLIED LIKE COLD
CREAM.
Any irritation or breaking out on
the face, arms, legs or body when
accompanied by itching-, or when the
skin is dry and feverish, can be readily
overcome by applying a little bold
sulphur cream, tays a noted derma
tologist. He states that bold-sulphur instant
ly allays the angry itching and irri
tation and soothes and heals the Ec
zema right up leaving the skin clear
and smooth. Bold -sulphur has occu
pied a secure position for many years
in the treatment of cutaneous disor
ders because of its parasite-destroying
property. Nothing has ever been found
to take it's place in treating the irri
table and inflammatory skin affection.
While not always establishing a per
manent cure It never fails to subdue
the itching Irritation and drive the
Eczema away- and it is often years
later before any eruption again ap
pears cri the skin.
Those troubled should obtain at any
pharmacy an ounce of bold-sulphur
cream which is applied to the affected
parts In the same manner aa a:i ordi
nary coal cream Adv.
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drawn. It is poir.ted out that where,
as is unhappily common in many dis
tricts, the parents and children live in
one room in which all the events of
life and death take place, the knowl
edge of t.lie children must be very dif
ferent from that of children who come
from a 3ioni where they are carefuiy
guarded and who may obtain i:o in
formation of this kind until thev are
. over fourteen years of age. It would be
I a task of the greatest difficulty to teach
I the subject satisfactorily in class,
j since, while to some children the facts
are already known, there, are others to
whom the knowledge might come as
a shock. Then a method of treatment
of this subject might benefit one chiUI,
might harm another. In the second
place, speaking of these subjects in
class must tend to break down the
children's natural modesty and reserve
nevertheless, the report agrees that
some such instruction might be given
to children over fourteen in the higher
schools and evening institutes, and it
is suggested that pamphlets dealing
with the subject should be given to
girls leaving the elementary schools.
For Weakness and Loaa of Appetite.
The Old Standard general strengthening
tonic. GROVE'S TASTELESS chi!'
TOXIC, drives out Malaria and builds up
the system. A true tonic and sure Ap
petizar. For adults and children. 50c.
(Adv.)
SEX HYGIENE l!l
MUCH DISFAVOR
EDUCATION COMMITTEE OF THE
LONDON COUNTY COUNCIL HAS
DECIDED THAV IT MUST NOT BE
INTRODUCED IN CLASS TEACHING.
London, May 30. The education
committee of the London counU coun
cil has decided that under no circum
stances should sex hygiene be intro
duced into class teaching in tho ele
mentary schools. This decision was
reached after a long investigation and
the examination cf a large number of
teachers.
The evidence was almost unanimous
ly against the proposition. Dealing
with the objections to the inclusion of
such a subject in the curriculum, the
report of the committee mentions, in
the first place, that the Knowledge of
puch matters amongst children de
pends very largely upon the type of
home from which they have been
TINNVILLE
Tinnvile, May SO. Mr. T. G. San
ders who has been in tbe Pensacola
sanitarium for the past four months,
is able to be borne again to the delight
of his many friends.
Mr. S. Donaldson mad a flying trip
to the Deep Water city Monday last.
Mrs. T. G. Sanders who has been
on the sick list is improving.
Quite a crowd attended the enter
tainment at the Whitmire school Tues
day night last.
Mr. S. Ik r.ah ?on Is on the slo' iist
this week.
Mrs. Dnai?.-.on and Mrs. o'oi'thf rn
w--n" to ill Fscumbia Monday 'ast to
tr the fi-ir.ey tribe but had no lui-k.
Mrs Camons ind daughters, if nar
Ferry Pass, spent the day at Mrs.
Southerns Monc-y.
Al:s Vie L.i: of Uouldim?, Is Msit
ir.g Miss Mi.iddle Ijouglass.
Crcr- nr locking very well c.'tsMtr
ing the d e i cr.
SALT RHEUM IS
THE ITCH FIEND
Salt rheum is one of the worst and
unfortunately one of the most com
mon of all diseases. How it reddens
the skin, itches, oozes, dries and
scales, over and over again !
Salt rheum comes from humors in
the blood. This is why local appli
cations do so little good.
Ask your druggist for Hood's Sar
saparilla. It goes to the eource of the
trouble. It cleanses the blood and
has given perfect satisfaction in thou
sands of case. Get it today. (Adv.)
JOHN N. C. STOCKTON
For Representative in Congress,
Zrd Congressional District:
Vote for One.
JOHN P. STOKES
EMMETT WILSON
For Commissioner of Agriculture-,
Vote for One.
T. J. APPLEYARD, JR.
W. A. McRAE
For Justice of the Supreme Court:
Vote for Two.
JOHN C. AVERY
V. H. ELLIS
THOS. M. SHACKELFORD
For State Senator:
Vole for One.
JOHN B. JONES
M. E. MOREY
For Member of House Represen
tatives :
Vote for Two.
ROBERT II. ANDERSON
J. T. FILLINGIM
J. T. HARPER
W. M. HURTENBACII
J. N. HUTCHINS
ROBERT P. STOUT
For Clerk Court of Record:
Vote for One.
THOS. A. JOHNSON
a. m. McMillan
For County Assessor of Taxes:
Vote for "One.
W. W. RICHARDS
FRANK J. RIERA
For Tax Collector:
Vote for One.
0. J. BELL
J. S. ROBERTS
For Count; Treasurer:
Vote for Or. e.
JOEL FRATER
CHinS THIESE V
J . ED. WILLIAMS
For Count Commissioner,
District No. 1 :
Vote for One.
PETER MeLELLAN
M. P. SHEPPARD
J. GEO. WHITE
For County Commissioner,
District No. 2 :
Vote for One.
W. A. DUNHAM
W. T. TRACY
For County Commissioner,
District No. 3 :
Vote for One.
JAS. M. ANDREWS
GEO. H. DAVIS
H. G. DeSILVA
J. FISCHER
For County Commissioner,
District No. 4:
Vote for One.
W. C. BARRINEAU
JOHN G. OLIVER
J. B. WIGGINS
For County Commissioner,
District No. 5 :
Vote for One.
M. O. BAGGETT
J. D. McCURDY
For Member of Board of Public
Instruction, District No. 1:
Vote for One.
PENN HARVEY
L. C PHILLIPS
For Member of Board of Public
Instruction, District No. 3:
Vote for One.
J. W. CRARY
LEONARD S. GILMORE
For Supervisor of Registration:
Vote for One.
JOS. A. HICKS
felo McAllister
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To the oters :
The limit has been reached in the unfair and un-American campaign that
is beinsr wac;'ed against me in the content for a seat in Congress. Unless I am
badlv mistaken, tlie vner oi the 1 bird Congressional District will resent the
strenuous efforts that pre beim made to arouse the religious prejudices of the
voters a.OT'inf me. T ca:ir.'r believe triat Amencan citizens and just men will
countenance -itch unf.'.ir .aid un-American mc.hods.
T appeal to vou as genuine Americans, as liberty loving citizens of a free
country, as a people who love fair play, to go to the ballot box on June 2nd and
in an effective manner rebuke the men who would destroy the free imVitutions
of our gox emment by ho. roducing religion into politics, hoping to further their
v ior
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our prcjtiaices upon personal grounas.
i. lie- no-toitice at Bonifav, Holmes countv.
-acola, a photographic copy of the marriage
de of this countv. nearlv eight years ago, ati-
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t!iy lie ana mvscii, and caning atrention to tne iact
th;tt appended to the licence is iLe certificate of a Priest certifying that he per
formed the ceremony that made my wife, and myself one in law. Not content
with assailing me, not satisfied with misrepresenting me, not satisfied with theijr
:jllrmri1 1 r arnncp n11r r.T-ntK n rr 111 r! i rn s thAr Ytrwrp. ctnoncfl tr f1r3 crrr in f intrt
i Heir flirt v polities
Ps vcll as m-"- rcli'Z'
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tne most sacrefl 01 domestic relations, by making my wue,
on, the -ubiect of attack. Is there no limit to their nefari-
Are not . man's sacred family ties immune from attack by polit-
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cal vandals?
T am reliably informed th?t photographic copies of this marriage license
are being circulated in -everal counties in this Congressional district in an en
deavor to arous" the religious prejudices of the. voters against me for no other
reason than my marriage ceremony wa s performed by a Priest.
Veil! the fair-minded, iibcrtv-lovincr. God-fearing citizens of Florida place
their stamp of approval upon such tactics as these? Will you be a party, by
Kail my deicat when such methods as these are being
by your vote, in r h i campaign, encourage sucli meth-
gmg
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impaign:
your vote, to bi
reported to? Vil
(ds in succeeding
7. assert th.at ua' genuine American citizen can but detest the cowardly cur
thcU resorts to such unmanly and dishonorable tricks as these in an endeavor
to bring about the defeat of a citizen of Florida in a contest for public office
to which any citizen. Iiaving the qualifications prescribed by the national con
stitution, may aspire.
A citizen worthy of ;hc privilege of the ballot will not introduce religion
into politics, and will reient any attempt to bring about the union of church
and state.
A man who has any religion in his soul has too much respect for his re
ligion to reduce it to the level of politics.
Free America was dedicated by the Fathers of the Republic to freedom of
worship and toleration in matters spiritual. The right to worship God as,
one's conscience dictates is the corner-stone of the nation and of its free in
stitutions. We live in the Twentieth Century, in an enlightened age, in a free coun
try, in a Christian era.
I am a native of Florida, my parents before me were born in Florida, and
my son after me first saw the light of day in Florida. Here we have spent our
lives. My people and myself have discharged the duties of citizenship. We
have conformed to the laws and we have paid our taxes. We love our coun
try and our state and its free institutions, and we yield to none in our deter
mination to safeguard American institutions, freedom of conscience and separa
tion of church and state, and to hand down to posterity, untrammelled and
unabridged, the rights and liberties guaranteed by the fundamental law of the
land. We would deny to none the rights and liberties guaranteed by the Fed
eral and State Constitutions to all, and we claim these rights and liberties for
ourselves.
We stand ready with our lives and with our lean purses to defend the
national honor, to maintain the dignity of the American flag and the integrity
of American institutions. What more can you ask of us? We would not offer
less.
I firmly believe that it the voters of the Third Congressional District nrf"
Florida will not be influenced by the unfair and un-American endeavors to
arouse their religious prejudices against me, that I will be the next Congress
man from this Congressional district, and if I am defeated, it is my sincere be
lief that it will be because the voters have permitted me to be sacrificed to the
intolerance of persons in matters religious, which have no place in our political
affairs.
STOKES,
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