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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 29, 1914.
Hours When (the Sun Does Not Shine Get the light you need by us- xt th9 Type "C" Lamps These lamps give from tire t0 six times as much light as t-e ofd style carbon lamps with out usi"? &ny mor lectrtcity- not only do they save money, but they also give , a 1Vgt which for color and bril Kftccy can be compared to the best quality of daylight. Let us show you the New Lamps. Pensacola Electric Co. New Business Dept. Phones 2010 and 2011 WAR IS HELL ! So is a leaky roof. See s about yours. Phone 310 LEE LUMBER CO. CHRISTMAS CARDS liND A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT KF OTHER REMEMBRANCE CARDS leynalds' Music House, 21 south Palafox Street. I SAVE 50 CENTS I Gaod FOUNTAIN SYRINGE De- llvtred Anywhere fcr 75c. Worth $1.25. The Central Pharmacy, Phones. 177-178. MARSTON & QUINA, West Florida's Oldest Furniture House. Exclusive Agents Globe-Wernlcke Book Cases. . GUTMAN1S The Store Noted for Values. 107 S. Palafox Street. RHODES - COLLINS Furniture Co. Complete House Furnishers. The M.&O. On the Square, Within Easy Reach of Everywhere. JAN CARLOS HOTEL, Geo. H. Hervey, Managing Director. Pensacola's Pride. he Almeria American European Southwest corner Baylen --d" Garden "eett, UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT WANTED You to know If your package carries no aroma, you are toting dope. It exhilarating aromatic coffee you want, go to the COFFEE RANCH CO. Phone 22. 34 S. Palafox St. ensacola, St. Andrews mi Gulf Steamship Co. STEAMER TARPON pST CLASS PASSENGER AND FREIGHT SERVICE Between ENSACOLA. MOBILE. APALACHI tOLA, CARRABELLE, ST. AN- DREWS. PANAMA CITY, MILLVILLE. '& All Points on St. Andrews Bay, Carrablle and AaalscMcola. , SCHEDULE: Laves Pensacola. Sunday 8:SS d. m. :; Mobile, Ala. Uaves Pensacola, Tuesday 6:00 p. '.'r Hncrews, miiivme, Mpa- :'cola, Carrabelle and intermediate Punts. R. J. REAGER. Tra' Freight and Passenger Agent, paco!a. Fla. Phone 653. r 8es Us Business BPortunities r "i Line ef P Water Townsite Co. 11 S'(M, . Omega Flour can be had In any siz package 6 pounds. 12 pounds and 24 pound sacks and in barrels and half barrels but only in ONE quality the BEST. This STANDARD flour has found its way into thousands of households throughout our great, peace-loving country East, "West, North, South and in each and every such house hold it has won welcome and favor. The manufacturers of OMEGA FLOUR acknowledge that the maintenance of Its NEVER-VARYING QUALITY Is their "HOBBY" It has been for SEVENTY-THREE YEARS and it is NOW; little wonder then that it is An Acknowledged Favorits This flour la made of carefully selected PURE SOFT "WINTER WHEAT which is milled in such manner as to render its uni formity a certainty YEAR AFTER YEAR Let us extend you an INVI TATION to TRY IT ONCE, then we are sure you will agree that it makes the very LIGHTEST, NICEST, . MOST DELICIOUS bread, biscuits, rolls and other things of the sort you ever tasted. You will ever afterward INSIST upon having OMEGA FLOUR, but unless you TRY IT you will not know that you have denied yourself a treat. BRIMMING FULL OF NU TRIMENT. THE HOUSE WIFES' CHOICE. Consolidated Grocery Co. (Distributers.) We Have Moved and are now located at 22 South Palafox Street (Just across .from our old store) Expert Bicycle, Gun and Lock Repairing. Everything for the Sportsman. Wilson -Biggs Co. "Th. Sportsman' 8 tore." 22 South Palafox. FISHER-BROWN Insurance Agency. Qenaral Insurance. Agents Thlesen Building. Office 2nd Floor. Phone 918. H. & H. MARKET and Grocery THE HOME OF CUT PRICES PHONE 1357 214 East Wright Street. The Parlor Market "Home of All That's Pure" Fresh Western Meats, POULTRY, EGGS AND GREEN GROCERIES. PHONES 173-174. New Fall and Winter styles Arriving Daily at LaMODE 124 South Palafox Street- Piano Factory to You. "Kranlch &. Bath," "Gold String Scho macher," "Lester," "Emeraon." "Ltude man?" "Chlckerlng." Player Pianos r.riiim9n." "Lester." and cheaper. Play er Music, cut prices. Fictory agents. The Clutter music tiouse. SECRET SOCIETIES ORDER EASTERN STAR The memorial services ... 1 J Ik. 7 which were xo db nua in i"-1 iMliW Masonic Temple unaay xnov. 29th. will be postponed to Xf? some future date the an w nouncement of which win be given later. 9. O. B. S. Tuesday. December 1st. at 8 p. m. Visiting members cordially invited Annual election oi omctrs. MRS. MAKUAHHi. J-li i Mrs. KUa Beyer. , w- M- Secretary. ROYAL ARCH MASONS Horeb Chapter No. B, R. A. M., p. m. Work in the P. M. and M. E. degrees. Visiting ctn panlons fraternally lnvit-ed. T. T. TODD. Walton, H. P. Secretary. J. s. I. O. O. f. ' Excelsior Encampment. No. 4. meets every second and fourth "Wednesday of each month at 3 p. m., in Rafford Hall, corner Baj-len and Belmont streetn. Visiting Patriarchs are invited to at tend. W. K. EVERHARD, CHAS. FREIDRICI1SEN. C. P. Scribe. Pensacola Lodge, No 4. I. O. O. F. pensacola Lodge No. 4, X. O. O. F.. meets every Thursday at 7:30 p. m. in Ra-fTord Hall, corner Baylen and Belmont Btreeta. Visitors cordially invited. Work in initiatory degree. W. M. ETERS. G. Lambrveht. N. O. SoeSMar;. j"r DEERLAND. - j Deerland, Nov. 28. Mrs. Jno. Mc Donald and daughter, Mattie Lou, went to Ponce De Leon last Saturday to see Mrs. McDonald's parents. Miss Clara McDonald returned home at Ponce De Leon last Saturday, after a four-months' visit with her sister, Mrs. Jno. McDonald. She made a number of friends here, who regretted very much to see her leave. Miss Eva Rutherford passed through last Sunday night on her way back to her school on the Dorcas side of the river. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Pipkins left last Monday night for Tifton. Ga. Their many friends regretted very much to see them leave. Mrs. J. J. Ellis entertained the young folks of the town. All present report a fine time. Dr. Haggrett of Sampson, Ala., was the guest of Mr. J. J. Ellis last Sun day. Mr. "W. J. Davis had the misfortune to get his cane mill broken before he finished making his eyrup. The L. & N. pay car passed through last Monday and gladdened the hearts of all the employes. Mr. E. O. Saltmarsh, Supt. of T. & N. railroad, was out last Tuesday on an inspection trip of track, bridges and depots. Mr. W. J. Davis left last Tuesday for North Carolina, to visit his father a few days. The Het? Baby is World's Wonder Every tiny mrant makes ure a per- i spectlve wider and brighter. And what- ever there is 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 1fvmlnal amHvHon ltnnwn ttn "Mother's Friend." There is scarcely a community ' but what has its enthusiastic admirer of I this splendid embrocation. It is so well I thought of by women who know that most i 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 the period of expectancy; they particularly refer to the absence of nausea, often so prevalent as a result of the natural expansion. In a little book are described more fully the many reasons why "Mother's Friend" has been a friend indeed to women with timely hints, snpr gestions and helps for ready reference, it should be in all homes. "Mother's Friend" may be had of almost any druggist, but if vou fail to find it write ua direct and also write for book to Bradfleld Regulator Co 403 Lamar Bldg., Atlanta, Ga. OPERA HOUSE Thursday "Night, Dec. 3 THE SMART With Salem Tutt Whitney and the Greatest Colored Organization in Existence. Presenting the Funny Musical Comedy. HIS EXCELLENCY, THE PRESIDENT Tickets at Balkcom's Tuesday, Deo, 1 9 A. M. PRICES 25o to $1j00. First Balcony Reserved for Colored People. nHICHESTER S PILLS Tne DIAMOND RRAKIt. M4Ilea! A yonr lrwfgwt for nil la KM aim metallic bexea, eled with Blue Ribbon. Tk Iter. Bur fynr Irr?1t. AsfcforClYl.Cira8.TEKS IflAUUflV Is HA i If riUR, for BS ym known as Best, SafesUAlwaysReltabla SOLO BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE Pensacola Crockery Co., 107 South Palafox Street. Wholesesle Dealers In CROCKERY, TINWARE, ENAMEL . WARE AND NOTIONS. Agenta for McCray Refrigerators. J. W. BULLOCK, Real Estate and Insurance S11 to S1S American National Bank Phone 777. TRUSSES Bvery iyis and size expertly fitted here. We have last received a full assortment. BALKCOM DRUG CO. t7 South Palafox Street. Phon 19. HAS A CURE FOR PELLAGRA Parrle Nicholas, Laurel, Miss., writes "Seems to me if I had not ob tained your remedy when I did I would not have lived much" longer. I am glad you discovered this wonderful remedy that will cure Pellagra. "When I be gan taking Baughn's -Pellagra Remedy my weight was 60-odd pounds; now it is 90-odd. I would like to have this published and sent to sufferers of Pel lagra." This is published at her request. If you suffer from Pellagra or know any one who suffers from Pellagra it is your duty to consult the resourceful Baughn, who has fought and con quered the dTeaded malady right In the Pellagra Belt of Alabama. The symptoms hands red like sun burn, skin peeling off; sore mouth, the lips, throat, and tongue a flaming red with much mucus and choking; indi gestion and nausea; either diarrhoea or constipation. There is hope if you have Pellagra you can be cured by Baughn's Pellagra Remedy. Get a big free book on Pel lagra. Address American Compound ing Co., Box 2059, Jasper, Ala., re membering money is refunded in any case where the remedy fails to cure. (Adv.) WESTVILLE. "Westville, Nov. 28. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Neel of Bonifay spent Sunday in town with relatives. Mr. M. C. Pitman and daughter Auro Lee of Bascom spent Saturday night in town with relatives. . Mr. L. E. Mathews finished his school at Bascom Friday and returned home Saturday. Mr. Loyd Paul and cousin Miss Bul lard, were in town visiting friends Thursday evening. A number of young people took in the cane grinding at Mr. Will Sasnett's Tuesday night. Those present were Misses Alice Hall, Alice Kenington, Messrs. H. L. Green and Walton Paul of Ponce de Leon; Misses Minnie and Maggie Adams, Jeon Neel and Mrs. Maj- Miller of this place, Dr. Adams and Mr. Allie Coleman of Caryville. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Williams, were given a very pleasant surprise on Thanksgiving:, when their children prepared dinner at their homes and came in by train and automobile to spread with the old folks. Those who came were Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Cala han of Chipley, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Williams and children of Bonifay and Mrs. Will Douglass and W. D. of Laurel Hill. Mrs. E. H. Gavin of Pensacola come in on Thursday to spend Thanksgiving with her parents. Mrs. W. B. Adams returned from Pensacola Thursday night, accompan ied by her daughter Mrs. Geo. D. Vil lar, who was quite ill, but improved so she was able to return with her moth er. Miss Jean Neel and sister Mrs. May Miller, spent Thanksgiving with their brother and family in Eonifay. Mr. L. R. Moore who is teaching at Eleanor come home in his auto Thurs day afternoon. Miss "Viola Douglass is visiting her sister Mrs. Johns of Chipley for a few days. Mr. Walton Paul and Miss Doolan Stephens visited friends in town Thurs day afternoon. Dr. J. L. Adams, Messrs. Tom, Paul and Roberts of Caryville took Thanks giving dinner with Dr. Adams sisters. Octagon and Ivory soap, ten cakes for 25c, as adver tised, Monday's at The Crys tal Pharmacy. LEGAL NOTICE. NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that on the 81 st day of December. A. X., 1914, the under signed will apply to the Honorable Park Trammel!. Governor of the State of Florida, for letters patent, incorporating them, thetrassociates and assigns with the following proposed charter. 1: The name of tne corporation shall be Scott Feed & Grain Company, and its principal place or business shall be Pen sacola, Florida. 2: The general nature of the business to be transacted by said corporation shall be the buying and selling of grains and feed stuffs of every description, and such other businesses as may be convenient or incident thereto. 3: The amount of the capital stock of said corporation shall be five thousand dol lars ($5000.00), which shall be divided into fifty (50) shares of the par value of one hundred dollars ($100.00) each, which said shares shall be paid for in cash or in property upon such terms and condi tions as the Board of Directors of said corporation may fix. -4s The said corporation shall exist for a period of ninety-nine (99) years. 5: The business of said corporation shall be conducted by a president, vice prei- dent and secretary treasurer, who shall be elected at the annual meetinf of said corporation, to be Held on the first Mon day in January of each year, and until such annual meeting, the officers who shall conduct the business of saJd cor poration shall be: Hal L. Scott, Presi dent; Kirke Monroe, "Vice President, and A. M. Scott, Secretary-Treasurer. 6: The highest amount of, indebtedness or liability to which the corporation can at any time subjeot Itself shall be twenty five thousand dollars ($25,000.00). 7: The names and residences of the sub scribers to the capital stock of said cor poration are as follows: Hal L. Scott, Pensacola, Fla, thirty (30) shares. $3,000.00 Kirke Monroe, Pensaca.a, Fla, one (1) share, $100.00. m , 4 A M. Scott, Pensacola, Fla-, nineteen (19) shares. pcQTT,' KIKKE MONROE. A. M. SCOTT. STATE OF FLORIDA, ESCAMBIA COUNTY. ' Before the undersigned, personally ap peared Hal L. Scott, Kirke Monroe and A. M Scott, who severally acknowledged that they subscribed to the foregoing ap plication for letters patent for the uses and purposes therein expressed. Given under my hand and official seal, this 26th day of November, A. p.. 1H. NELLIK B. MILLS. Notary Fubiic, State of Florida. My commission expires July 14, 13i5. 537A2Snovoa-ww OLDEST HOUSE TALLAHASSEE IS DEMOLISHED BUILDING, THE SCENE OF DUELS, AND WITH ANTE-BELLUM HIS TORY, GOES DOWN BEFORE IM PROVEMENTS. SPECIAL TO THE JOURNAL. Tallahassee, Nov. 27. L. M. Lively has had torn down th old wood build ing owned by him on Monro street. This building is the oldest one now standing in Tallahassee, and as the work of demolishing it is being accom plished, some interesting history in connection with it is called to mind. It has been the scene of duels and the center for many very pleasant social functions In the early days. In ante bellum days, it was the principal tavern in this part of the state where weary travelers stage coach on their long Journeys across tht state, stopped to refresh themselves with the most substantial viands. The old settlers well remember the Alston-Reed duel that was arranged by the jeconds of the principals within this old tavern, and later when Alston shot Reed from the window of the building. In their work of tearing down this old building, the workmen came across an old letter press copy book, containing copies of letters written in a beautiful long-hand by a New York cotton concern to various cotton grow ers in the south. It will be interesting to quote here one of these letters at this time when the cotton market in the south is so demoralized and there is no demand for the sale of the cotton crops. This letter, written March 20, 1866, to a customer, states that the price of cotton is considerably off: that it is bringing only forty cents per pound. The letter in full is as follows: "Mar. 20, 1866, "Mr. N. N. Lester, Bainbridge, Ga. Dear Sir: Your favor of Mr. Crawford of Mar. 8 received. Your cotton has not reached New York as yet. When it comes we shall do our best for you with it. It's very low at present. We hope that it; may advance somewhat by the time yours reaches us, but we fear that it will not recover soon if at all this Spring, Middling worth 40 cents today. We shall keep the weights and expenses separate as you desire. Yours truly, Hoyskin, Scott & Co." Perils of Pauline at the Bonita, Tuesday, Dec. 1. I J CENTURY. 5S Century. Nov. 28. Thanksgiving day was very quietly passed here. Serv ices were held at the Methodist cnurch, Rev. Mr. Nelson filling the pulpit by invitation. Our school seems to be getting along very nicely. Mr. Willard from India gave a most interesting talk Tuesday night, de scribing customs and scenes there very vividly. Mrs. Mitchell from Montgomery is visiting friends in Century. Miss McDaniels of Milton is visiting her Aunt Mrs. Joe Harrison and other relatives here. Mrs. Dunaway of Mollno was a guest of her fbrother Rev. B. M. Brooks last week. The many friends of Rev. and Mrs. E. M. Brooks, are regretting their early departure. This is the last year or Mr. Brook's appointment here as he has staved the full limit of Tour years allowed by the Methodist church. Mr. Brooks has a record of good work and his people feel that they are losing a friend; we hope however, tnat our next preacher will find th work and the people agreeable and sympa thetic. The best wishes of his people go with the pastor and his wire to their new homs wherever it may be. Our community was saddened by the funeral Wednesday of Walter, the six year son of Mr. Davis. The little fellows' mother died last summer, his father removed to Selma, and it was there that little Walter was fatally burned while making a fire. Interment was made in Century cemetery. Misses Maggie Coley and Ada Crary were visitors to Century one day this week. Mr. John Gilmore and daughter Miss Eula of Byrnevllle were shopping in Century this week. We are having a touch of the prom ised bad weather at present. Caryville, Nov. 28. Thanksgiving day was strictly observed by the cit izens of Caryville and vicinity in a quiet and Christian way. The usual fine turkey dinner was a part of the festivities enjoyed by most of the pop ulace of our quiet town. J 1. Henderson and G. O. Walts, owners of the large saw mill plant here, in company with the following named gentlemen from Alabama as their guests, Mr. Spangler, cartoonist for the Montgomery Advertiser; Kerk mon, O'Neal, son of Gov. O'Neal and T. E. Henderson, brother of J. D. Hen derson, arrived here recently and all pre now pleasantly located at the ele gant heme occupied by T. A. Gaskin, manager of the mill plant of Hender-soD-Waite Lumber Co, in Caryville. The party is on a pleasure trip for a few days up and down the Choctaw hatchee river, where the fish and small game abound. CARYVILLE. j DeFUNIAK. DeFuniak Springs, Nov. 28. The Ut ile daughter of County Supt. Dan Trot man, died Tuesday morning, after a short illness. The entire community sympathizes with Mr. and Mrs. Trot man in the loss of their bright little girl. Mrs. N. Manning, who assisted in caring for the sick ones in Mr. Trot man's family. Is at her own home again. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth McCaskill spent Thanksgiving with relatives in Hosford. About December first they will move into one of the Floumoy cot tages on Tenth street. Mrs. V. V. Thomas of Chicago, is happily at home with Mrs. F. R. Sim mons and is being cordially greeted by her numerous friends, who are glad to know she is to spend the winter here. The Methodist ladies were very suc cessful in the sale Wednesday of th useful and fancy articles. They also served delicious refreshments and netted a neat sum to add to their Mission fund. Th play, "In th Absence of Susan" at th Tabernacle Friday night, given by the students of Palmer college, was a gratifying success. Thts play will b reproduced at Bonifay Monday night. On of Walton county's most prom inent business men, Mr. J. J. McCas kill, was seriously ill for several days, but is now much better and hopes soon to be at. his office. Mr. Geo. Carden, our up-to-date pho tographer, is Just up from an attack of fever. A telegram announcing the death In Los Angeles, Calif., of Mrs. F. C. Eaton was a shock to her many friends in this city. For mor than a quarter of a century this estimable lady was a citizen of DeFuniak and since her removal several years ago to Califor nia, sh has been greatly missed in church and social circles. Much sym pathy is felt for her husband and daughter, Miss Lillian Eastn, also for her nieces, Misses May and lEdith Skiles, in their bereavement. Mr. H. L. Berry and family will move to San Diego, Calif., early in December. The removal of this family will be a decided loss to DeFuniak. Mr. Walter and family from Jackson ville will accompany Mr. Berry. The two gentlemen will go Into business together in their new home. We wish them success and prosperity. Tom Knowling, a lad of about twelve years of age, had the misfortune of having his nose broken in a ball game on the public school grounds. Mr. and Mrs. Carden entertained with a Christian Endeavor Social in their home on Thirteenth street Thurs day evening. Hundreds of imitations have come and gone since Foley's Hor,ey and Tar Compound began 40 years ago to loosen the grip of coughs and colds. You can not get a substitute to do for you what Foley's Honey and Tar Com pound will dc coughs, colds, croup, bronchial affections, la grippe coughs, and tickling throat. Buy it of vour druggist and feel safe. DAIembertc-s Pharmacy. (Adv.) HAS THE THOUGHT EVER STRUCK YOU that a trade-mark means a whole lot more than its mere pronuncia tion or the number of letters used in its spelling? Its very selection Involves much car and thought and its final adoption invariably has a distinctive meaning. It stands for the grade or quality of the product it represents. For "thro score and ten" years the well known and familiar trade-mark has been used and recognized th world over as th very symbol of HIGHEST GRADE SOFT WHEAT GLOUR Folks Will Tell You in all truth and candor that experience has taught them ITS QUALITY NEVER FAILS If you have TRIED IT w can tell you nothing, but if YOU HAVE NOT then w wish to assert that there Is a RARE TREAT In store for you and w invit you to PROVE out assertion. ASK YOUR GROCER If h hasnt it in stock Jie CAN GET IT for you. Phone him now, OMEGA FLOUR HAS 80LVED THE BAKING PROBLEM IT GETS RESULTS IT NEVER FAIL8. Consolidated Grocery Co. (DISTRIBUTERS.) OPERA Saturday IN HIS SONG ADORNED COMEDY "When Old New York Was Dutch" new songs N "When I First Met You," "Moon, Moon, Moon," "When The Roses in Spring Bloom Again," "Mister Bear," and lots others. Prices, 25c to $1.50. Tickets sell at BalkcomV. Thursday December 3, 9 a. m. Only Sure Corn Cure Ever Known "Gets-It" the New Way, 2 DrP Do It To endure the pains and tortures caused by a little thing like a corn is ridiculous, simply because it is unneces sary. The new-plan corn cure, "GDTS- U. "GETS-IT" for Caret and Yen WW Holl Whf Year IT," is the first one ever known to re move corns without fall, without pain and without trouble. This is why U Is ths biggest-selling com cure in existence to day. It Is now used by millions, because It does away with sticky tape, with plan ters and cotton rings that shift their position and press down onto the corn, with salves that "raw up" the too, with "harnesses" that cause pressure and pain, with knives, razors and flies, clawing and pulling at a corn. "GKTS-1T" is applied In two seconds. Two drops applied with the glass rod do the work. Pain goes, the corn shrivels, vanishes. Acort no subntitute. Try it on any corn, wart, callus or bunion tonight. HJKTS-rT" 1s sold by drugslsts every where, 25c a bottle or sent direct by v.. Lawrence & Co., Chicago. (adv) JAPAN GA POPULATION RATE OF INCREASE IS NOW OVER ONE MILUON A YEAR AS AGAINST HALF MILLION A FEW YEARS SINCE. BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. Tokio, Nov. 28. Japsm Is gaining in population by over 1,125,000 yearly, according to a report Issued by tho government bureau of statistics. The yearly increase used to b half a million, but since 1!09 It has leaped to over 1.125,000. The population of the city of Tokir was 2,033,320. Osaka was second with 1,387.366. Kyoto third with 509.O8S and Nagoya fourth with 447,951. Kobe had 440.766 and Yokohama 296,101. Monday, Soap Day, at the Crystal Pharmacy. Perils of Pauline at the Bonita, Tuesday, Dec. 1. HOUSE HDec Sf Hi Yew Pat on mTu Z vii Shoes. liJ i G Buugina, Phone 1028.