THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, MONDAY MORNING, JULY 20, 1914.
TROOPS TO BE
HOME ON EARLY
CAMP WAS BROKEN SATURDAY
NIGHT AND TRAIN WITH WEST
FLORIDA SOLDIERS LEFT JACK
Company ; I, Florida State Troop,
of Pensacola, should arrive from the
encampment near Jacksonville, early
A special train bearing the com
panies from the western part of the
state left Jacksonville yesterday
afternoon about 5 o'clock and Is ex
pected at the passenger depot In Pen
sacola this morning about 9:30 o'clock.
Twelve days ago the local csampany
left this city the first of ten or twelve
companies to board a special train
bound for Jacksonville. Practically
every West Florida company boarded
the special at the1 respective home
points between here and River Junc
tion, where the train of a dozen cars
wm turned over to the S. A. X. by
the I A VI. railroad oompaay. The
B. A. I win handle the special to
River Junction, and a double header
win probably be used to pull the
special In this direction, dropping car
after car at the home stations of the
The encampment this year was held
at Black Point, about seven miles
from the city of Jacksonville, and the
Pensacola boys have sent word In ad
vance of arrival that they have en
Joyed the outing very much. Regular
soldiers have been encamped with the
state troops as "instructors," which
waa an added attraction and Interest
to the state troops.
CARGO OF ORE
OVER SEVEN THOUSAND TONS
OF IMPORTED PRODUCT WERE
UNLOADED WITHIN LESS THAN
A WEEK AT PENSACOLA.
Employes of the Gulf Transit Com
pany and officers of the steamship
concerned are yet talking about the
quick dispatch which was , given the
big steamer Kallmba, which arrived
Saturday, a week ago, from India,
with a cargo of 7,500 tons of mangan
ese ore, for inland points.
Although the steamer reached here
on Saturday, not a great deal of work
was done until Monday, and the fol
lowing Saturday, July 18, the steamer
had been emptied and steamed up to
another wharf, where the big vessel
Is today loading a cargo of timber
The entire lot was discharged from
the Kallmba at a berth on the west
elde of Commandancia wharf, and the
consignment of 7,500 tons filled 202
gondola cars. When it is considered
that this product is heavy and must
be handled carefully, the feat of load
ing the entire lot of cars In sufficient
number to make up ten long trains.
Is all the more remarkable.
The entire shipment was consign
ed to Importers at Birmingham, and
the statement was authorized that
more than one cargo will be routed
through the port of Pensacola once
the Panama canal is opened and ready
for business. This steamer, leaving
the port of Bombay, was routed
through the Suez canal, stopping but
at one point during the long voyage,
this being at Algiers, in the northern
part of Africa, for coal and supplies.
Mary Esther, July 19. Guests who
are stopping at Hotel Cedars now
are. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Watson and
four children. Mrs. Clarke and four
children; Mies Genevieve Brent, Miss
JYancis Brent, Mies Emily Jones,
Miss Mary Jones, Miss Molly Blount,
Miss Cary Blount and Mr. E. Ortell,
all of Pensacola; Mr. and Mrs. Ro
sasco and four children of Baypoint;
Mr. and Mrs. Ludlow Elmore, Mr. and
Mrs. F. P. Glass and three children,
Miss Mary M. Elmore. Dr. F. Wilker
son. Mr. W. Wilkerson, Mr. Joe Wil
kerson. Mr. Earl Reeves, Mr. Bill Gun
ter, Mrs. Solomon and Miss Anna Sol
omon all of Montgomery.
Mr. W. F. Pryor of this place, went
to Pensacola last Sunday on business.
Mrs. J. X. Rogers and three children
returned after a short visit at this
Mr .Rosasco of Bay Point, came
up to Hotel Cedars last Sunday in his
launch, the Idler.
The guests of Hotel Cedars called
on Mrs. Sullivan at Garnlers Bayou
Mr. Harry Culberson, who has been
visiting relatives and friends of this
place, left last Friday for his home
of dependable merchandise
is now on at La Mode and
will last 5 days only, ending
Tuesday, July 21st.
124 South Palafox Street.
MADE A RECORD
The National Bank of Commerce
offers $1,000 in gold to any depositor who will de
posit one cent in this bank, and for thirty days there
after double his deposit for the preceeding day. In
other words, the first day's deposit will be 1 cent, the
second day's deposit 2 cents, the third day's deposit
4 cents, and so on for 30 days.
Here is a chance to make $1,000 in 30 days.
4' paid on savings accounts. Consult us and
we'll show you how to make your money earn 6.
National Bank of Commerce
of Pensacola, Fla. '
AN INTEREST IN
EVIDENCES OF GREAT AWAKEN
ING OF INTEREST IN ATHLET
ICS THROUGHOUT CELESTIAL
KINGDOM BECOMING KNOWN.
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Shanghai, July 19. Evidences of a
great awakening of Interest in ath
letics throughout China have been
reaching Shanghai, which Is to be the
place of holding the Far Eastern
Olympic games next October.
Enthusiasm Is at such a pitch. In
some quarters that It Is said to be
only a matter of years perhaps only
a few Olympiads when Peking shall
be the scene of the world's Olympics.
It was a striking Instance of the new
order of things when, from May 13
to 22, last, the historic Temple of
Heaven grounds, for centuries past
dedicated to the exclusive use of the
emperor, were thrown open for a na
tional athletic meet at Peking.
Thiswas preliminary to the organi
zation of a strong team for the Far
Eastern meet of Shanghai next fall.
To facilitate the organization, the em
pire was divided into four sections,
north, east, south and west, with each
section represented by an athletic as
sociation. . The competitors were for
the most part from mission colleges,
government schools, and the Young
Men's Christian Association.
The honors showered upon the stu
dents who led the field in the mile
runs or did the 100-yard dash in te-n
seconds, recall the fact that it was
only a few years ago that the scho
lastic ideal in China was altogether
that of the long-gowned youth with
hands in sleeves and philosophic coun
tenance bent to the ground.
Government officials, from President
Tuan Shi Kai down, have expressed
their hearty interest in the games. An
appropriation of $5,000 has been au
thorized for them, and the president
will offer a trophy for the winner of
The first Far Eastern Olympic meet
was that held at Manila In February,
1913, when the Philippine athletes un
der American tutelage won the great
est number of points. But the Chi
nese delegation was second, and there
is seemingly a good chance for their
winning first place this year. The
Philippines, however, are to send a
force of 65 athletes to Shanghai, and
the Japanese, with their characteristic
energy are busy developing men
worthy of the Island empire. The pic
turesque Malay state of Siam is also
to be represented with swimmers, ten
nis players and track men.
While the International Olympic
Games Committee was inclined at first
to view the Far Eastern Olympic
games idea as that of a conflicting or
ganization, the Far Eastern Associa
tion has since become affiliated with
the International games committee,
and has asked China to send a repre
sentative to the next meeting of the
committee at Berlin. A further bond
has been established by the presenta
tion on behalf of the Olympic Games
Committee of a perpetual trophy to be
held by the nation winning the great
est number of points in the Far East
James O'Leary Passed
Away Sunday Morning
James O'Leary, son of the late Mike
O'Leary, passed away early Sunday
morning at the family home, DeVil-lic-rs
street between Government and
Zarragossa. after a lingering illness,
of tuberculosis. Deceased was 38
years of age and had been a resident of
Pensacola all of his life. He is sur
vived by his mother, Mrs. M. O'Leary
and one brother, Thomas O'Leary. The
funeral will take place from the home
Monday afternoon at 4 p. m. and from
St. Michaels church at 4:30. Interment
will be made at St. Michael's cemebert.
The pall bearers will be Louis Han
son. James McClosky, Anthony Gra
ham, Charles Hartman, Jr., and Clar
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Mr. W. X. Hartgrove. wife and son
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On their return, called at Mr. T. C.
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time at the Hotel Cedars and found
it well filled with summer tourists,
who were enjoying a fine time under
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ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
TITLE GUARANTEE! CO..
3rd Floor. Brent Bldg. Phone 393.
304' American National Bank Building.
M. E. MORET.
600 American Nat'l Bank Bldg. Phone 540.
MITCHELL D. PRICE,
612 Blount Building.
ROBERT P. STOUT,
Fisher Building. 204 S. Palafox treet.
J. E. NICHOLAS. Maxwell Cars, 229 E.
Garden street. Phone 154.
SQUARE DEAL AUTO CO.. Ford Cars.
100 South Baylen Street. Phone 1914.
PENSACOLA BUGGY WORKS,
131-133 East Intendencia. Phone 57.
ABBOTT AUTO REPAIR CO.,
208-10-12 S. Baylen Street. Phone 415.
IKE J. HEILBRON,
19 East Chase Street. Phone S64.
PENSACOLA AUTO SUPPLY CO..
Ill North Palafox Street. Phone 465.
H. E. ROOT. AUTO SUPPLIES.
117 and 119 West Garden. Phone 220.
JAS. J. BURKE'S HOME BAKERY.
Cor. 9th Ave. and LaRua. Phone 742.
207 East Intendencia Street. Phone 365.
AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK,
Am. Nat'l Bank Bid. Private Ex. Phone654
CITIZENS & PEOPLES NAT'L BANK,
307-309 South Palafox Street. Phone 738.
NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE.
215 South Palafox. Private Ex. Phone 115
513-515 South Palafox Street.
COLLINS BROS. Children's Private Hair
Cutting. Phone 14.3.
DEPOT BARBER SHOP.
108 East Wright Street.
WTr'TT'S RANITABT RARRKR SHOP.
Opposite Postoffice, 224 S. Palafox Street.
Book Stores Stationers.
BALL BOOK & NOVELTY CO..
205 South Palafox Street. Phone 912.
JOHNSON'S BOOK STORE,
109 South Palafox Street. Phone 230.
L. R. NIMS BICYCLE REPAIR SHOP,
East Garden Street.
Carriage and Vehicle Repairs
WM. T. FOX CARRIAGE WORKS,
127 East Zarragossa Street. Phone 216.
WING HOP & CO.,
31 South Palafox Street.
J. S. PINKUSSOHN CIGAR COMPANY.
Cor. Palafox and Roma'na. Phone 870.
M. & O. CLOTHING STORE.
321-323 South Palafox Street. Phone 1155.
L. E. NOBLES CO.,
29 South Palafox Street. Phone 790.
A. HENRY WHITE & BRO..
Cor. Palafox and Intendencia. Phone 552.
WHITE & WHITE,
20 South Palafox Street. Phones 526-527
CARY & CO..
Office Phones 93-119. Yard Phones 6-134.
GULF CITY COFFEE CO.,
608-610 South Palafox Street. Phone 723.
C ONFECTI ONERS.
HEINZ CANDY SHOP,
3 East Gregory Street.
PENSACOLA COOPERAGE CO..
Cor. Tarragona and DeSoto. Phone 340.
PENSACOLA CROCKERY CO., Phone 633
21-23 E. Garden. Ike Hirschman. llgrr
Miss Lonnle Landrum, who has been
visiting her slste. Mrs. I. F. Eld
rldg'e, went to Pensacola to spend a
week with relatives and friends.
Mr. P. L. Hand is very busy with
work at his ways, the schooner, "Etta
B. V. DANNHEISSER.
,308-303 Brent Building- Phone 817.
JOHN B. TILLER.
310 Blount Building. Phone 86.
PERKINS BROS. CO.
103-105 S. Faalfax Street. Phone 321.
WATSON. PARKER & REESE CO.,
33-35 S. Palafox Street. Phone 1761.
108 East Wright Street. Phone 309-2
THE CENTRAL PHARMACY.
100 South Palafox Street. Phones 177-178.
THE CRYSTAL PHARMACY.
25 South Palafox Street. Phones 921-922.
121 South Palafox Street. Phone 109.
IS South Palafox Street. Phone 81.
HARGIS PHARMACY. The Little Dru?
Store on the Corner. 2 N. Palafox. Phone 85
106 South Palafox Street. Phone ISO.
DRY GOODS STORES.
F. H. FARRAR & SON.
Cor. 9th Avenue an-1 Stronp. Phone 740.
107 South Palafox Street. Phone 208.
PEAKE ELECTRIC CO.,
17 West Garden Street. Phone S45.
Feed Poultry Supplies
Pensacola Feed Co., T. F. Westmark,
Manager, 31 E. Garden Street
Freight and Pass. Steamers
Steamer FALCON, W. L. Salisbury. Agt.
Palafox Street Wharf. Phone 1032.
D. COCORENES.-, Frutts. Olive Oils,
Oysters, Cigars. Phone 556.
HANNAH BROS. FURNITURE CO..
20-22 West Government Street. Phone 1553
120-122 East Intendencia. Phone 606.
MARSTON & QUINA.
108-110 South Palafox Street. Phone 149,
T. E. WILLIAMS
90 East Wright Street. Phone 1995.
J. E. DUBUISSON St BRO..
124-126 East Intendencia. Phone 1146.
J. P. REMICK & SONS,
2016 West Jackson Street. Phone 722.
GRAIN AND HAY.
F. S. MELLEN & CO.,
7 North Aloanlz Street. Phone 334.
THE M. F. GONZALEZ CO.. Cor. Tarra
gona and Zarragossa Streets. Phone 2S.
W. R. BENNETT.
811 North Pth Avenii. Phone 1513.
COFFEE RANCH CO., CUT PRICES,
34 South Palafox Street. Phone 422.
E. B. GAGNET,
Cor Zarragossa and Ba.rrelona. Phone 1536
GARDEN CASH GROCERY CO.,
Cor. Garden and Coyle. Phone 2027.
E. B. HOFFMAN A SON,
57-59 East Gregory Street. Phone 825.
HOYT "BROS. & CO..
12 West Garden Street. Phone 812.
KLEIN GROCERY CO..
502-504 S. Palafox Street. Phones 358-17S0
Laskey & Bannerman. Grocerv and Mar
ket. 1222 E. Gadsden. Phone 1350.
MARINE GROCERY CO..
604-606 S. Palafox Street. Phone 725.
H. MULLER'S GROCERY.
400 South Palafox Street. Phone 213.
McHUGH GROCERY CO., 107-109-111
E. Intendencia. Phones 1627-1628
21S East Wright Street.
PEOPLES SUPPLY STORE.
Cor. 9th Avenue and Gregory. Phone 973.
THE PURE FOOD STORE,
201-203 S. Palafox Street. Phones 1720-1721
SPRING-GARDEN GROCERY AND
Corner Spring and Garden. Phone 1788.
WARFIELD GROCERY CO.. Cor. Alcanlz
and Intendencia. Phones lo66-1567.
Cor. 6th Ave. and Wright. Phone 478.
CONSOLIDATED GROCERY CO.,
Cor. Tarragona and Garden. Phone 1740
Lee" is on the ways this week.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Mahuron took sup
per with Mr. and Mrs. W. X. Hart
Mrs. Sumpter Johnson and children
were callers on Mrs. L. Mahuron Sunday.
L ' - -ii
WILL L. MOYER,
28-30-32 W. Government. Phones 1740-1741
WELLES-K A HX CO..
Cor. Palafox and Cedar. Phonef 352-160.
WEST FLORIDA GROCERY CO..
Cor. .Jefferson and Cedar. Phone 266.
HARDWARE STORES. "
A. M. AVERY & SON.
2 South Palafox Street. Phones 143-35.
H. W. GIBBS HDW. CO..
16 East Roman Street. Phone 584.
W. A. RAY HARDWARE CO.,
710 South Palafox Street. Fhone 1450.
Harness and Repair Work.
W. A. KUEHN,
19 West Intendencia Street.
BUSY BEES HOTEL AND CAFE.
315-315 South Palafox. Phone 1757.
Geo. H. Hervey. Mgr. Private Fhone 2080.
PEXSAfOI.A TCE CO..
106-108 N. Tarragona. Phones 59 and 253
EXPORT FUEL AND ICE CO..
C01 North Tarragona Street. Phone 363
South Palafox Street. Phone 963.
INSURANCE Fire, Etc.
FISHER-BROWN INSURANCE AGENCY
Gen'I Agents. Thiesen Bldg. Phone 918
HOOTON & WATSON,
7 South Palafox Street. Phone 54.
Knlpper Insurance Agency Fire, Health,
Accident, Liability Phone 136.
W. L. MORGAN. JR.,
39 East Chase Street. Phone 710.
PARTRIDGE INSURANCE AGENCY,
201 South Palafox Street. Phone 291.
H. H. THORNTON CO.. Gen'I Agents,
5th Floor Blount Building. Phone 79.
Western Assurance Co., Geo. W. Howe &
Co., Agts.. 606-7 Am. Nat'l Bank Bldg.
WILL C. DIFFENDERFER,
10 South Palafox Street. Phone 2208.
112 South Palafox Street. Phone 713.
PALACE JEWELRY CO..
109 South Palafox Street. Fhone 230.
E M PYLE
116 South Palafox' Street.' Phone 1560.
THE BURROW PRESS.
124-126 E. Government. Phone 94.
MAYKS PRINTING CO..
15 West Government Street. Phone 181.
PENSACOLIAN PUBLISHING CO..
Lobby Brent Building. Phone 350.
H. S. WHITE.
7 West Romaria Street. Phone 189.
716 South Palafox Street. Fhone 970.
Ladies' & Men's Furnishings
N. WE I LAND. CLOTHING and SHOES,
125 South Palafox Street.
THE QUALITY SHOP,
78 East Wright Street. Phone 506.
LAUNCHES FOR HIRE.
B. P. EDMUNDSON.
709 South Palafox Street. Phone 204.
Launch Supplies and Motors
PENSACOLA GAS ENGINE & SUPPLY
CO., 713 South Palafox Street. Phone 680.
UNION CENTRAL LIFE Insurance Co.
American Nat'l Bank Bid?. Phone 777.
SCARRITT MORENO. Lumber and Timber
Bought and Sold on Commission
LEE LUMBER CO.,
Cor. Gregory and loth Ave. Phone 810.
THE PERFECTION LAUNDRY,
15 West ' Romana Street. Phone 186.
GULF MACHINE WORKS.
813-817 South Palafox. Phones 162-1469.
B. A. DAVIS,
22 North Palafox Street. Phone 82.
Robt. Littlefleld is back at work,
after a week's absence, on account
of the burns he received from the
burning of the Sylvia.
The schooner Viola is on Mr. M.
Brown's ways for repairs.
THE PARLOR MARKET.
214 South Palafox Street. Phones 173-174
c CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE
114 South Palafox Street. Fhone 15.
REYNALDS MUSIC HOUSE
119 South Palafox Street. Phone 1717.
. c STARR PIANO CO..
8 South Palafox Street. Phone 1976
The Pensacola Journal, Morninr and
Sunday. Phones Kdt. 38. Bus 180
The Pensacola News. Evening. Exeent
Sunday. Phones. Edit. 454. Bus lit
THAS.nR- MITCHELL. Osteopath.
Masonic Temple. Phone IS?
ltt South Palafox Street. Phone 1934
niTz c .,CItAf- COTTRELL.
-U4 South Palafox Street. Phone 1102.
Cahnrn & "SON. Over Pol
Cann & Co.. fnr Palafox and Intendencia
GEO. W. Tl'RTOV
lltt South PaUfox Street. ' Phone 247.
Ddren sN"RY.M,R;ST'0ft0m-ch Chil
dren s Specialist. 2044 g. paufox.
-P'IBERTE. Over Pharmacy"
Office Phone 274. Residence
f- R. MALLORY KENNEDY Iia 14
Blount Bldg. Qfflce Vhmmutf rm2
cine, 406-7 Blount Bldg. Phone 840.
Throat LVfif"nKFF Er- No''
Throat. 366-70 Brent Bid, phona. 811
U P,TLLT.P?; Homeopathic Physl-
cUn- Blount Butldln. Phone 65.
Z14-18 Brent Bid. Phone1432 Rea. 479.
113 North Palafox Street. Phone 1674
REAL ESTATE AGENTS'
ESCAMBIA REALTY CO
2d Floor Am. Nat l Bank Bid. phone 1052.
,FI.,SHER REAL ESTATE AGENCY.
;o-202 Palafox. Private phonelOfl.
. o . B.' . B- CAFE.
8 Sogtn Palafox Street. Phon 1943.
?AUTBEN A MORRILL,
509-5114 s. Palafox Street. Phon 144.
.Ar Mckenzie oerting & co.
605 South Palafox Street. Phone 67.
rA BIRGER TESTMAN,
60 ' South Palafox Street. Phone 594.
SHOE REPAIR SHOPS.
SKIPPER'S SHOE SHOP, w
50 East Garden Street. Phone 981.
ANSON SHOE STORE.
Brent Building-. Phone 728.
BOSTON SHOE STORE.
113 South Palafox Street. Phone 890.
SAM CHARLES, 611 8. Palafox and 321
321 North Devillier. Phones 514-2032.
ARTHUR A. WRIOHTON.
SO DeLuna Street. Phone 1888.
WTLSON BIGGS CO..
21 South Palafox Street. Phone 889.
MILLER. THE TAILOR.
120 South Palafox Street. Phone 1313.
MENDEL-WHITE TAILORING CO,
Next Door to San Carlos. Phone 675.
LONDON WOOLEN MILLS,
$15 Suits. 117 South Palafox Street.
NORMAN A. COX,
604 South Palafox Street. Phone 418.
REMINGTON TYPEWRITER CO.. B. F.
Wolfe, Mgr. 32 B. Palafox. Phone 1913.
NORTHUP & WOOD,
12 West Intendencia Street. Phone 89.
W. K. ROBINSON. "
101 East Garden Street. Thone 1886.
F. H. ARMSTRONG.
24 West Intendencia Street. Phone 1751.
COFFEE RANCH CO.
Cut Price Groceries
High grade pure coffees
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