THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 31, 1914.
Saturday, May 30th, Is NOT a Bank holiday.
Wednesday, June 3rd, IS Jefferson Davis' Birthday.',
on deposits in the First National
Banktbeing drawn on the treas
urer of the United States, arc
payable at this banfct and will
be cashed by us or received on
deposit without charge.
ON OCCASION OF THE ANNUAL
P!CN!C SUNDAY SCHOOL EXER
CISES AT THE PLEASANT;
GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH NEXT I
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ID fi 1 Relayers our Specialty
JfflSUI MetZger Bros., Mobile, Ala.
The man who knows style,
quality and workmanship in
men's clothes. All we ask is
a look and we have sold him
a suit. Galin's, 26 S. Palafox.
Cammle Bonifay, former Twilight
eity league pitcher, Is in Montgomery,
whore he is pitching with the city
league of that place. He played against
th Bloomer Girl there yesterday.
The Knights and Ladles of Security
will meet Tuesday afternoon at 2:30
at No. 805 West Belmont street.
Cook. May 30. Messrs. Cox, Nich
ols and Chason visited Panama City
Postmaster J. J. Fowler had busi
ness at the hub last week. While
there he assisted in celebrating the.
recent victory of that thriving city in
her race for permanent county seat.
Messrs. Geo. B. Ham, Tom Hood
field and J. I. Brown were among those
of Cook who visited Panama City last
Tuesday in celebration of her decisive
victory for permanent county seat.
Mr. John Tipton one of Cook's
hustling citizen has just returned
' -from a business trip to points in Geor
gia. John says he loves his old home
ami delights to visit his boyhood home
and friends but there's no place like
i?t. Andrews Bay especially Cook.
Mr. Chas. Walters, one of Cook's
bachelors has .recently returned from
a. trip to Pennsylvania and reports an
enjoyable time among his old friends.
Mr. Jas. A. Chason and son Ira made
n trip up East Bay Tuesday taking a
cargo of soft drinks, ice etc, to the
The citizens of Cook, in fact of the
entire east arm of St. Andrews bay,
Are well pleased with the result of
the recent struggle between Panama
City and St. Andrews for permanent
county seat honors. The best place,
the most logical point on the bay was
t victorious and we are proud of our
little mite in making the victory pos
sible. It is now the idea for every
body, victors and vanquished to put
their shoulders to the wheel and make
rtav county what she naturall- is, one
f the best on the gulf coast. The
water is here, the land is here and the
opportunity now at hand to make, not
only Panama City but every city and
hamlet on our shores, as well as those
of the Interior come to the front and
Xext Syr.day. at the Pleasant Grove
Baptist church, the annual pismic will
be hold, the following program to be K
rendered. j fl
The Full Program. i g-S
Opening song. The Sunday School i
Brigade By school. l
Welcome Address R L- Roberts 1 1
Annual report or sunaay ccnoui '- i
W. Cherry. .
Recitation, The Normal Church- J
Recitation. Th" Fra;. w of Cyras
Brown Charlie Jone?
Reading. Christ and Him Crucified
Miss Rosabelle Eth ridge.
Recitation, The LiKbt of the Cross-
Miss Josie Clifford i fi
Song, Onward kittle Soldier Th j f'i
i school i I
j Reading. He Wa.nted to Learn Miss
i Drusilla Et'nridge.
Recitation, Johnnie's History Lesson
Reading. The Girl That Smiled
Miss Vivian Andrews.
Song, J H B? s ?unhearo Miss
Recitation. The Wonderful Sack
Dialogue The Children's Choice
Recitation, A Little- Child Shall Lead
Them-'-Miss Ola Blum
Recitation. Why People Go t,-. Church ; gpi
Alvin Roberts j $i
Recitation, Papa's Le'te-r Gladys j $
Richards. ! SJ
Recitation. Sand Edward Roberts J pjj
Son You Mav Have th Joy Bell? ; -
i The school i'l
Reading. The Evil cf Intemperance i ft
Miss Lula Jones bJ
Recitation. Good Words Rober1:
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recitation. A .MOL2er s r-!--a .-nw ;
Isma Chern-". I
Son?, We Shall See th King Some j
Day The school t
Reading. Doctor S'lnshm Lmnei
Recitation, Happiness Hcn Gold
back Readine- The Books of the Bible
Recitation. Zekiel Brown tr. burdens
Himself Err.e?t Robe-rts
Sons. He Is so Precious to Me -The
Dinner on Grounds 12, Noon
Sonar, His Love Is Far Better Than p
Gold The school
Reading, Pwee Voice Miss Greie
Anarews. ' a
Recitation Grandpas Spectacles
Recitation. Words to B P.emem- v
bered Helen Goidhick
Pepta'ifn With Mv Shenherd In th
Fold Lula Jor.f-s. j t
Reading. A ."oi r-'.:.--- .na- i j
mie t ncrry
?or f 1 ' f r- uribep m T-1 1!
M. O. BAGGETT.
Who Is a Candiate For County Com
missioner From Dictrict Xo. 5.
JUNE 15-JULY 25.
School No. I
For Pupils of Grades
5 to 8.
T New work, or review work
xr conditions made up.
Tuition for term, $4.00. to
be paid at time of entrance.
Teachers Miss Ethel Su
ter. Miss Ada White.
Pupils who make up con
ditions and pass the exami
nation at close of school will
be recommended for promotion.
shine as they have never shone he
fore. Let personal feeling and preju
dice step aside and all work for the
successful administration of county
affairs the boosting of Panama City
and the whole of Bay county and time
will do the rest.
Recitation. What W:ll V-.-i
our Him Miss Josi Clifford
nec-i'mion. Faithful Service Miss
;p;jti;ng r a n cr.' ios av i ' n L'tiii j
fhir.a Ha rrv Blum ! f j
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B' ! s: ness
SORE, TIRED FEET
NO PUFFED-UP. BURNING. TEN
DER. SWEATY FEET NO CORNS
Seng. TU- Kings
R":' nation. Tesus I
Recitation. W:l! the " '- Tr-'r Corri' j ps
Tonight Gladv. Richard? j i
Sons. Lut! Sta;s S'x --:V?ren !i
k. ,,r ?t'"". The ?"ritic A ' m : rhr
Recitation. He Lt? Mf Madf.i'.n
Andrew's. i ti
KccUation Flora Andrew ?. i H
Quartette Mixed Voices
Reading Robert Andre s.
Recitation. The I'ovs t Know Je-ft
Recitation. In Fr t
Closins Pons'. Let The Sunshine- In
The school. t
Procram subject o -mang-Committee
Miss Prusilla Et'iridee. j f
Miss Josie Clifford. Miss Vivian An- i P
Hreiv Mr- Wiilie hfford. .Tr !pl
Violet Mil- : M
McKtnnonvil:'. May pleasant
pirtv. composed of Misses Sallie Mc- I Is
kinnon. Mildred McKinr.on. Mrs. Crook ! M
and daughters. Misses May Bett and ! I:f
"TIZ" makes sore, burning, tired
feet fairly dance with delight. Away
go the aches and pains, the corns,
callouses, blisters, bunions and chil
blains. "TIZ" draws out the acids and pois
ons that puiT up your feet. Xo mat
ter how hard your work, how long
you dance, how far you walk, or how
long you remain on your feet. "TIZ"
brings restful foot comfort. "TXZ" is
magical, grand, wonderful for tired,
aching, swollen, smarting feet. Ah!
how comfortable, how happy you feel.
Your feet just tingle for joy: shoes
never hurt or seem tight.
Get a 25 cent box of "TIZ" now from
any druggist or' department store. End
foot torture forever wear smaller
shoes, keep your feet fresh, sweet ami
happy. Just think! a whole year's
foot comfort for only 25 cents.
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Hiibert. Purward Johnson and Her
bert Pierce., went from here Tuesday i
evening to attend the commencement
exercises at Muscogee Hall.
A small tenant house belonging to
Mr Robert MeKinnon and occupied
by negroes, was burned to the Ground
last nicht.. The occucants saved noth- '
ing but one small trunk, and had!
such a narrow escape with their lives, .
that one of the negroe's hands and j
head were scorched by the fire. Its 1
oriein is r.ot known. j
Mr. D. McCurdv cf Flomatn. tss
here Tuesday. I H
The Misses Henderson attended the j
political meeting at Walnut Hill Sat-jEi
urday night. j H
M. John Glass of Pir.eville. was aiH
caller here Tuesday. j
The Rev. E. Rooks of Century, filled j
his regular appointment here Satur- '
day night- He w as accompanied on '
this trip by his little son, Murrell. j
-vi.T5. i remer ana cn;:aren or Aicore,
are spending this week with Mrs. Tre
mer's sister. Mrs. Thos. Freeman.
Mrs. W. W. Tate, of Cottage Hill is
visiting her sisters, the Misses Henderson.
Mr. Fred Henderson attended ser- I
vices at Er.on Sunday.
Miss Evadne Malone made a busi
ness trip to Atmore Monday.
Mr. Green King of Atmore. was a
visitor here one day last week.
The construction crew who have
been located here f.yr the past two or
three weeks, and working under the
supervision of Mr. Thos. Freeman. Jr.,
moved their cars to Pensaeola Tuesday.
June 1, 8 a. m.
June 1, 8 a. m.
M "X. 1,2
nooclay, June I
aturday, June 6th
This Stock Must Be Closed Out, So Don't
Miss This Opportunity of Getting all Goods at
Oranee Spoons, eold lined, $15 40 doz,, now
Bread and Butter Spreaders, $14 0C dor., now, $7 00
Salad Forks, $40 00 doz.. now $20 00
Table Spoons, $30.00 doz., now $15.00
Nickel Plated Chafing Dishes. $15.00. nov Sr.M
Copper Chafing Dish and Tray, $14 00, ncv . $".00
Fish and Steak Planks, $10 00. now ..... $5.00
Fine Imported Tepletr Vases, $20 each, now $10,00
Fine Imported Tepletz Vases, $13 each, new $6.50
Fine Imported Tepletz Vases, $11 each, now $5 50
Fine Imported Tepletz Vases, $8.00 each, now $4.00
Royal Worcester Breakfast Set $34 set, now $17. CO
Royal Worcester Teapot, Sugar and Creams.
Royal Dresden Comports, $5.00 each, now . .
Royal Dresden Plates, $5.00 each, now
Royal Dresden Bowls $5.00 each, now
Mich Cut Glass
3 inch Bowls. $15.00, now $7.50
Tall Cmt less Decanter
$18.00, now $9.00 $14.C0, now . , $7.00
Cut Glass Goblets, $24.00 doz., now .....
Cut Glass Clarets, $20.00 doz., now .
Cut Glass Champaignes, $25.50 doz,, now .
Cut Glass Sherries. $18 00 doz., now
Cut Glass Liquors, $17.50 doz., now ....
Cut Glass Whiskies. $13.50 doz., now ....
Cut Gi T---s Wines. $18.00 doz., now
Cut Glass Tumblers, $9.00 doz., now $4.50
Cut Glass Nappies. $1.50, now 75c
Bread and Butter Plates. $7.50, now $3.75
$6.50, now $3.25 $7.00, now $3.50
Fancy Hand Painted Chocolate Pitchers, $2 and $1.00
Fancy Salad Sets, $3.00,, now $1J0
All Fancy Cake Sets, $3 10 and 15 cents each
Hand Painted Salad Saucers, doz., $5.00, $4.00, $3.00
$2.50, now 10 and 15 cents
This is an opportunity that cannot be overlooked must not be
overlooked You owe it to yourself and family bring them to this
store and be convinced that this is the greatest money saving event
in the history of Pensaeola or West Florida Remember, everything
goes at half price, and that all goods are new and of the very best
quality You are taking no chances The time is short so come early
Pon9t fForcfjetii Sale Start (Uonday
Jiane lt9 and! iate uly sie Weefk
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