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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 31, 1914. REV. DHL COX TO PREACH TODAY PRESIDING ELDER OF THE PEN SACOLA DISTRICT, WILL OC CUPY PULPIT AT FIRST METH ' ODIST CHURCH. Tr. W". M. Cox, presiding elder cf the Pensaola district, who has Just returned from the general conference of tha Southern Methodist church, is the guest of Rev. M. H. Holt and -will preaah at the First Methodist chtsrch morning' artd nigrht. WWttunday, a Christian Festival, Th celebration of this festival, be ing the birthday of the church, is nat uraily, like that of Raster, of irame mortrt antiquity. Even In the his tory of St. Paul we note rtfs marked anxiety to keep the feast of Pentecost at .Jerusalem. The name Petecoste waj applied in early times to the whl fifty days after Easter, regard ed aa the great festal period of the yew. from which all fastinsr was ban isDed; subsequently it became appro priated to Whit-Sunday itself, which wis regarded, as Inferior only to East er and afterwards perhaps to Christ rms. The feast among the Jews was th feast of the first fruits, two loaves ot the new wheat solemnly offered to Od as the giver of all; by common tibdition it was associated with the gVing of the law on Mount Sinai Christian writers delighted to trace in tie great gift of Pentecost the anti type of both these ideas the dediea. Ion to God of the first-fruits of the spiritual harvest, and the writing of the law "not on tables of stone, but the fleshy tables of the heart." The church marks the day, by proper psalms and proper preface in the oommunion service, as one of the four great festivals of the year. In Jhrlst church, the communion ervices will be at 7:45 a, m. and at 11:00 o'clock. Sunday Sohool at 9:30, and Evensong at half past five. The holy communion will ajso be given on Whit -Monday and v hit Tuesday at 10 a. m. First Baptist. Morning: "Carving Out a life's Ca reer." The sermon is a recognition tliat three of the high school graduates are members of this church, while quite a number are in various other schools and colleges. These with their friends and the young people especially in vited. Evening: "The Christian and His Critic." The Christian is often misunder stood, and sometimes maligned. What is his attitude, and wht of his critic? At the close Baptism will be ad ministered to several. Mrs. B. M. Presley. Miss Rothmeyer Pryor. Mr. Cleveland Moore and Miss Lassie Moore. First Christian Church. Mr. Ienox, of the First Christian church has prepared a special election aermon for this evening, which he styles "The Citizen on tiuard." lie expecta to touch upon local condi tions, which will have the effect of Kalning the attention of those miali fled to exercise the right of franchise. Mr. Lenox feels that it is the duty of the ministry to treat such subjects from the pulpit, endeavoring to have the right kind of men placed in office. His subject for the morning will be "Vdalon Hours." Mr. Iceland J. Henderson, who is visiting in the city, will fins: a solo at the morning service, and his many friends will be giad to hear his voice In the service, aa of old. "Medita tion." by Bohn, will be played by Mrs. Mitchell. The music for the evening service will consist of. Voluntary, Nocturne Chopin Mrs. Mitchell. Anthem. "There is a beautiful land," choir. This last number is one of Haven's best selections, and prom ises to be a splendid number. First Church of Christ. The FlTst Church of Christ. Scient ists, have moved the reading room from the Masonic Temple to the Uni versallst church on East Chase street, where the services win In the future be held. This morning services will begin at eJeven o'clock, and Wednesday eve ning a,t eight o'clock. The reading rooms are open every afternoon from three to five except Sundays and Wednesdays. East Hill Baptist. There will be preaching at the East Hill Baptist church today at 11 a. m. nd 7:30 p. m. CATHOLIC. St. Michael's Church I'ntl! further notice the following will be the order of services on Sunday: 7 a. m. Low Mass. 9 a. m. Children's Mass. 10:30 a, m. High Mass. 4 p. m. Vespers and Benediction. Sacred Heart Church Cor. Jackson and Ninth Ave.. Rev. ather Kenned , pastor. Prof. Henry Seel, organist. Sunday services: 7 a. m. Low Mass. 9:30 a, m. High Mass, followed by Sunday school. 3 p. m. Baptisms. 5 p. m. Rosary and Benediction of Blessed Sacrament. Confessions Saturdays Jnd eves of feasts, 4 p. m. 8t. Joseph's Church Order of ser rlces at St. Joseph's church: Sundays. 7 a. m. Low Mass and Instruction. 9 a. m. Sunday school. 10 a. m. High Mass and Instruc tion. 4 p. m. Vesper. Rosary and Bene diction of the Blessed Sacrament. Week days, Holy Is offered at 7 o'clock a. m. and S:15 a. m.: the Holy Hour of Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament. Thursday evenings from 7:30 to S:30. Confessions, Saturday from 4 to 6 p. m. and from 7 to 9 p. m. Also the evenings before Holy Days of Obli gation and the first Friday of every month. Baptisms, bv appoinlmwnt . Priests, Rev. Chas. K. Hartkoff, Rev. Thomas II. Massey. BAPTIST. First Baptist Church North Fala fox street, just above Y .M. C. A. Sundays. :30 a. m. Sunday school. Strangers and their children welcomed. Baraca and Philathea classes, W. F. Cox, teacher. 11 a. m. Treaching and worship. 7:30 p. ni.- Preaching. Informal ser vice. On the first Sunday cue month at A WOMAN'S APPEAL To h!1 knowing sufferers of rheuniatis-m. whether muscular or of the joints, sci atica. lumtaeos. baikache. pants in the kiinys or neuralgia pair's, to write to her for a home treatment which has re peatedly nirci all of these tortures. She feels it her duty to send it to all suffer ers FREE. You cure yourself at home as thousands will testify no change of cli mate beinsr necessary. This simple dis covery banishes uric acid from the blood, loosens the stiffened joints, purities the blood, and brightens the eyes, eiving elasticity to the whole system. If the above interests you. for proof address Mrs. M. Summers, Box R. South Bend. Ind. (Advertisement Bonita Theatre Refined Photo Plays 11 o'clock service the Memorial Sup per is observed. At 3 p. m. Every third Sunday the B. l. P. j. holds special service at the county jail. B. Y. P. U. devotional meeting, 6:30 p. m. every Sunday. The conference session of the con gregation is held the second Sunday morning in each quarter Just follow ing the sermon. Woman's meetings every Monday afternoon, 3: P.O. in -church. Week Day. Teachers" and Workers' Training class, under Prof, H. M. Lane, at fi I". ni. every Wednesday, in basement rooms. Supper served. Midweek services Wednesday eve nings at 7:P.o j. ni. East Hill Baptist Church E. E. Rice, pastor. Residence, 1711 East iarlsdni street. "lnirh on Thirteenth avenue and iai)si1Mi street. Sunday school. 10 a. in. Preaching by the pastor at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. in. B. V. P. T.T.. fi:30. West Hill Baptist Church E. E. Rice, pastor. Preaching every second and fourth Sundays, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. ni. Prayer meeting Thursday, 7:30 p. m. Sunday school. 1 a. m. EPISCOPAL. Christ Church Rev. J. H. Brown, D. !"., rector. W. K. Hyer, superirte.-.dent or tne Sundav school. Mr. William Packham. Mus. Bach., organist and choirmaster. Saint Katherme s Churcn Corner of Cervantes and Cordova street. Rev. A. C. S. Smyth, TV TX. Rector. "Whit Sunday, May 31st. Holy com munion, 7 a, m. sun-cay hcnooi, sf.u. Holy communion and sermon, 11 a. m. Even Song- and .sermon. 7:30 p. m. PRESBYTERr.'.N. First Presbyterian Church East Chase street, Dr. A. S. Moffett, pas tor. Sunday school every Sunday at. ten o'clock. Devotional exercises by trie congregation at 11 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. n , una r..w p. m. Young People's Society at ..'.0 p. m. Wednesday afternoon rrayer meet ing of First Presbyterian church, will be at 7 p. m. Christian Endeavor Society meets at 6:45 p. m. All interested in young people's work come around. All are cordially incited to aitenu Knox Presbyterian Church, Cor. 13th avenue and Blount street. There will be regular services at 11 o'clock this Sunday morning and at i o'clock this evening. Rev. it. ti. snan- kel. pastor. Sunday School at 0:30 a. m., Mrs. C. F. Zeek, superintendent. METHODIST. First Methodist Church E. Wright street, between Pmatox ano iniiue- marde; Rev. M. il. Hoit. pastor, res idence. 100C N. Baylcn. Phone 1 f,S3. Sunday school, !:-0 a- m. .1. A. Avant, superintendent; .T. . Andrews assistant superintendent, all departments. Preaching at 11 a. m.. and S p. m. today by Dr. W. M. Cox. Epworth League at . p. m. Prayer .service Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. All are cordially invited to attend all these services. Come with a pttxy- r-v -Tor snpcinl blessines. Gadsden Street Methodise Church Southeast corner Ninth avenue and Gadsden street. Rev. J. A. Peterson, pa.stor. f:30 a. m. Sunday School, all de partments, organized classes, W. P. Cunningham. superintendent; Her bert Richards, assistant. 11 a. m. Regular services, conduct ed by pastor." subject of sermon, "Hindrances to the. Gospel." 7 p. m. Service of the Senioi- League. . 5 p m Regular service conducted bv pastor. Subject of sermon, "Life's Rule." Special music by trained choir, services evangelistic. All in vited' "O come and let tis worship." West Hill Church Corner of F. and LaRua streets. Sunday school, 9:43, W. S. Bowman, superintendent. Junior league, 2:15 p. m. Senior league, 7:00 o'clock each Sunday. , ... , Mid-week prayer service each Wed nesday night, 7:30. Preaching, 11:00 o'clock every un day morning. Eleventh Avenue and DeLeon Sun day school every Sunday afternoon, 3:15. J. T. Johnson, superintendent. Prayer meeting Thursday night and Friday night, alternating. Preaching each Sunday night, ex cept the third. l)r W. M. Cox, presiding elder of Peiisacola district. will preach the fourth S tit i day night, 7:30. A cordial invitation to all. Myrtle Grove Church Sunday school each Sabbath after noon at" 3:00 o'clock. E. C. faro, su perintendent . Prayer meeting. Wednesday, 7:30 p. in. Preaching first and second Sunday afternoon, at 3:00 o'clock. Dr. Cox will preach at this place the fourth Sunday afternoon, at 3:00 o'clock. All are invited to hear the presid ing elder. Navy Yard Church Sunday school, " o'clock. Sunday afternoon. W. I. Levins, superinten dent. Preaching every third Sunday night, 7 : 30. A cordial reception awaits one and all. CHRISTIAN. First Christian Church Corner of Seventh avenue and Gadsden street. English services. I0:-o a. m. andj 7:30 p. in. LUTHERAN. New Lutheran Church Rev. ,1. I-'. Reinhardi. pastor. 5unday School, ft a m English services. 10:30 a m and 7:30 p. ni. Subjects. "The Petite costal Witness of lite Sp:rit in the Heart:" "The Spirit. the Seal and Earnest of Oar Salvation." The fie? Baby is World's Wonder Every tinr infint makes life's per spective wider and brighter. And what ever there i3 to enhance its arrival and to ease and comfort the expectant mother should be given attention. Among the real helpful things is an external ab dominal application known as "Mother's Friend." There is scarcely a community but what has its enthusiastic admirer of this splendid embrocation. It is so well thought of by women who know that most drug stores throughout the United States carry "Mother's Friend" as one of their staple and reliable remedies. It Is applied to the abdominal muscles to relieve the strain, on ligaments and tendons. Those who have used It refer to the ease and comfort experienced during tha period of expectancy; they particularly refer to the absence of nausea, often so prevalent as a result of the natural expansion. In s little book are described more fully fh' many reasons why "Mother's Friend" has been a friend Indeed to womon with timely hints, sug gestions and helps for renrty referance. It should he in all- hompg. "Mother's Friend" mny he had of almost any druggist, but if you fail to find it write i'is direct and also write for book to Bradfleld Regulator Co., 403 Lunar Bldg-., Atlanta, Ga. Church offering in ail services. UNIVERSALIST. First Universalist Church East Chase street. Sunday .school at 10 a. m., every Sunday. Young Feopie's Christian Union ev ery Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. All are coruially invited to attend. CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST First Church of Christ, Scientist Masonic Temple. Services Sunday f:t 11 a. rn., and! Wednesday at S p. m. Sunday school at lo a. m. Reading room open from 3 fn 5 p. m Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, aft ernoons. All are welcome. Y. W. C. A. Xo. 4 East street. Open daily from 0 a. 10 p. in. Miss Anna 15. Orr secretary. Phone 945. Y. M. C. A. Pa la fox and streets. Open daily from f : 3 0 a. m. p. m.. Sunday!, 3:0( to HMiil p cordial invitation to strangers tended. Special Sunday program. High School Boys' Bible Circle at 3:00 p. m., !eci 'by Mr. Gordon Leech, boys' -work director; Men's Bible Study club held at 3:00 p. m., by Mr. W. P. Cunning ham. NORWEGIAN SEAMEN'S CHURCH. Norwegian Seamen's Missicr. Church First Methooist, East Wright street, J. A. Kirkpa trick, teacher. First Baptist church. North Palafox street, W. I Fox, teacher. All young men are cordially invited to attend one of these services THE SALVATION ARMY. The Salvation Army Hail Corner Government and Bayiert, Capr. Stev ens in charge. CHURCH OF CHRIST. Church of Chrjst Cnrm-r of .Abvini". and Fast Jackson street'-. TV L. Reeves, minister. Shaw in charge. Services as follows: Bible school. rt:4."i a. m. Freaehing and comnvin''- r. n a. rn. Preaching, 7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday, 7 : o p.! m. COLORED CHURCHES. Antioch Baptist Church. Colored Today (Sunday as follows: Sunday school at 0:30 j.. m. Mt. Moriah A. M. E. Zion Church Corner Gregory, and B. streets. Sunday school at 9:3rt a. rn. Christian Endeavor meetinz at 7:30 p. m. Preaching at 11 a. m., and S p. m. every Sunday. Rev. G. W. See'il, pastor: Aaron Brown, superintendent. St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church West Wright and I,, streets. Rev. J. C. Ducke, pastor. Services Sunday at 11 a. m., and 7:30 .p. m. Wednt-sday night prayer service. Sunday school at 8: TO a. m. Mt. Zion Baptist Church Cor. of I Jackson and Aleani. streets. P,is: r; Rev. E. J. Jackson, A. i. Res bleu 319 East Jeckson street. rivine servitc- as follows: Sabbath schoi !.!: f. 0 a. in. Morning sere. e. 11 a. m. P. Y. P. 1 '.. ' p. in. Evening service", s p. :n. Tuesday ev.ni:ms. Lome training course. Thvrsaav, prayer service, S KIRBY UG HIS OWN: COBB i IS il THIRD JOE JACKSON, THE CLEVELAND SLUGGER, ALLOWING HONORS TO SLIP FROM HIV, HAVING LAST WEEK BEEN DISPLACED BY CRAWFORD. BV ASSOCIATED PHESP, Chicago, May 30. Art Pheian. Chi cago pinch hitter and uMity mar. leads The National league batters this week with an average of .413 accord ing to figures published here today. Then follow Byrne. Philadelphia .371, ami Palton. Brooklyn, .304 New Vorti ' leads in c'i;h batting with .264 and Brooklyn ;s second with .22. Ea-se ! . s'ealr.ig honors are held by I.e-e Ma- J I go of St. Louis and Mars.in of Cm- i ' '.nritVti with eleven, each. j Joe Jackson has been displaced as American league le-ader by Sam Craw- ; ger is batting at a. .336 rate thlle e- m. a'.!. rehearsal it Mission -cawford i doir.g Cofb of T) : i r. L. is third with .3?. iJeti-oit tops ti:e clubs v.tth .L'F.a and Philadelphia Js 4eeo.'id Milan, WT:ii?hlr.srtori, timi ..ia:.-e;. aj.v y c-rx, nave rotirteen !.t(i!f-n baiscrf etveh. j Jii-' i'ltus' record of . "0l- still keeps Church i ' -i- K".r;saf City man n ton in the dor-.fi Kay:u'S and Maxwell streets Am ricau association. Next are Pad Servsces every Sunday. docks, St. I'aul, .423 and Alrixer, Mln- Sunday school. S a. m., I.. j. Pergu- I n- apolis .3'G. St. Paul is club leader l-Tiday evening, 7:30 i. m. Cfmie one. come made welc.c-me. trangera son. fsujierintenaent. Preaching at 11 a. p. n;. Christian Endeavor m and 7:30 ! Belmont m. lint:". :"i:- fa! Belmont to 10:00 m. A s r x- presmen " p tic. S. Rev. A. A. U ;hhi!i, i! Square n. n., min- i-'i.in: ra". r :iii ser- -South Pubifox Piiu Hawk in 3 pastor. St. Cypian's Church- J. C. Scar'ooro'ig-h, Ph.. istcr. AN iii; Sunday. f f : a. m.. Sable h 1 1 a. in.. Morning i mon. Wednesday. 7 : "0. .Even er I..-it:iny. ''' P- m., ciio S la n ire rs w c ! c - m ' St. Paul M- E. Church (i.K-sdcn r.rd R' us streets !:'.-. S. Wall. ci. nastor. Tuof-day. 7 a. rn. Hon- Communion. 10: '0 a. m Sunday Kl.uni. 11:13 a. m. Preaching. 7:30 p. m. Preaching. Tuesday evening, 7:30 Prayer nuef :nc Friilay evening, 7 : 3d Choir re lic an-al. Song. Pray tir r--heorsal. ''fivncr of with .2,0 and Kansas City nt--xt wi'.b 287. Cornpton of Kansas City rd llarbenu of Milwavse- lead in s'ob -n I b;iseg with thirteen (ach. ! With an average- of . 1 1; E. .vr-.s of I r- 1 , . .. . i . . u . . i. t i . . . . i , . - ' ? .11 ( '.'A I II I-.1IL1 LlirTi J ' -i. I ill l,,!" -l tern Kauff, Indianapolis .414 ttn.i V; i tis, I'iitsburg, . 0fi follow. In team, bat tine- lndianr.polis is ahead with i (id St I .-or .s nxt v.th .273. Kaut'f leads "he base stea'-ers with f urtveu K of .'.loliiic is th Son them's best oatlir-r witli .300. The firs'. ;m: .include ;,! . Gibson. Na sliv; "h . .3 S4; i MoCariv..ck Cha t : a r oogr, .37' ; Knisft ly. Birn-iingtiain, .3.".r. ; McConnetl, At iceta, . .-: t:iv.. . vj.ie. .Cii-,i..og;.. .'".f: Lord. : Wilson. Mem pi -.is .:i3. i ('-. U i-,c.i''Ogu, .:;12. '.tllnhaii 1 .va,s!ivCif.. leaiis in st le-n bases : ' j , Ati-iitta tops in tc.air. bt'.irtg wi; .L'6". and Nashville is next with .26'.'. :tiw. slteets. Services Sunday morning, at 10:30 today, by Rev. Saren Pf .lert'w.-i. ORTHODOX. Greek Orthocox Church Corner of Wright and Kens streets. Open ser- j yDU Can make. vices every Sundav nt 0 a. m. j THE MISSION. Corner of Government and Reus streets. Rev. Frank N. Roberts, super intendent. Preaching at 7:30. by Rev. 1-'. N. Roberts, Mgr., also jail services at 10 a. m. BARACA UNION. The following- churehos arc repre sented in the Baraca I'nion. ;in. have class session rvcry Sunday morning at 0:30 a. m. The Journal "Want Ad. Way" is the best investment There is more of human j interest in The ourno.' ! "Want Ad Way" pa.qe thin I in anv otiier part of the pa i per. a- a ,y 9 (Paid Advertisement.) To the ly 1 a i," V "lltf.y irx-xs x y W XtJWi'.'. ATI,. k i Next Tuesday you will select and elect men to the various state and county offices. While making this selection, I ask you to make me your choice for county commissioner from District No. 4.. In this, my last appeal to you, I refer to Mr. W. C. Barri neau's letter published in last Sunday's Journal, and ask you to carefully consider the vital points of his letter, which was no doubt intended to influence you to vote for him. But I am inclined to think if you un derstand his letter right, you will vote for me. With reference to what he said about the trees being across the public road, hs knows nothing of them. Is this the kind of a commissioner you want? One who has gone asleep on his job and expects the people to look him up and tell him of these things? You need a commissioner who can devote more time than this to the duties of the office. Mr. Barrineau claims he is on the road only one-third his time then looking after his own business as well as the condition of his district. If he would spare a little more of his time to your interest, he, Mr. Bar rineau, might find these trees. He states he has built 25 miles of new road in his district. This I do not doubt. But 20 miles of it lies around his own place. You who know the conditions of District No. 4, know there is room for great improvement. The mere building of roads and bridges is a very small item, al though it should be done with an eye to rigid economy. I do not think the tax payers of Escambia county can vote and keep a commissioner in office who lias seconded a move and voted for an appropriation of fifty dollars per month, or six hundred dollars per annum, for a farmer expert to teach the farmers how to farm, while the county is at present financially embarrassed and could use this $600 per year to a better advantage to those who are paying it. It is first necessary to eliminate the man who votes to use your money for useless ap propriation. I ask you, my friends, to give your decision the benefit of careful consideration, and if you can see your way clear to vote for me, it will be a vote that you shall never regret and, if elected, I promise to guard your interest against any issue that I may think will be of no benefit to the people and al ways serve you to the best of my ability. Thanking all my friends for the en couragement given me, and feeling sure of their support on June 2nd, I am Respectfully, J. B. WIGGINS. (Paid Adv-rtisement.) .4' ..''' 4 Y At vv,' V--.,- 'J -f t A i j yT ;-V t . ' . ' -....' - -i , . I' . , ( - " t : 1 -' r - i i To the Voters of the Third District: My campaign for re-nomination as your repre sentative in the congress of the United States, has been conducted upon a high 2nd dignified plr.ne. Throughout the campaign I have steadfastly refrained from the adophon. or employment, cf any of the r,rts or tricks of the demegogue to gain favor of my constituents for myself, or to accomplish the defeat of my opponent. My appeal to the good people of the Third Con gressional restrict for i seconri term in congress has been based, and will continue to be based, until the polls are closed on next Tuesday evening, upon THE RECORD which I have made as the'r representative during the brief elapsed portion of my iirst: term in congress. 1 have remained at Washington in the faithful, conscientious, diligent, and I am sure I can say with out undue conceit, Effective Performance Official D imes of My With the exception of less than twenty days, while the congress has been in session, throughout the ex tra session of last 3ear and the present regular ses sion of the sixty-third congress. Tliis record has been mace and is a matter of his tory. Therefore no desire of my opponent thst it might be changed or distorted to His advantage will be considered by you. Nor will you, I am sure, per mit my opponent to distract your attention from the MAIN ISSUE of the campaign by the injection of issues which are foreign to it. Throughout the campaign it has been my hope that matters might shape themselves so that I could make a trip through the District without neglecting my official duties. In this I have been disappointed, vith the result that I have had to leave tnc- conduct of my campaign to my friends. For their loal and efficient service in my behalf I am now, and shall al ways be, deeply grateful. MY RENOMINATIOX to congress on Tuesday next is now assured thanks to the loyalty of my personal friends and to the sense of justice of all of the people of the District. For this assurance I wish it were possible for me to express my appreciation but I am impotent to do so. However, with all of my strength and energy and intellect, I shall endeavor, through my future course in congress, to merit this honor and confi dence of my people. 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