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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 29, 1915.
PeotleonJ Events Phone 38. By Cclia Myrovcr Robinson. 1 ' MISS HAMPTON IN TALLAHASSEE. Mea 'h-m II amp'on. tit Hampton Jprtn;i. on of t! bt known tnrowi f ! . At rs fn IT .r;U. and in th P-outh. is her to spei-.d severs.! e4-s whil 1 1, g!ila t...r is In aeeeton. A i w. il known. Mi lUn.iton was fr ; rstber ft -nJ nnni. tesl with th state department nf t jrt ion. and it t:,l .ro!tiii.rif.:y M-nt itied In Utwed.i- atiotil tntr at of th Stat. Mis l!.u ton J.ji spent much tim durtng th it two year In A'Sarit,. and t'li, . hi l-i being most d;'a!t fu.iy "n d SU.d entt-rtalnt-d bf ber oid Titii'tHiu'ct mnd end admirer. - Tl t a.. Tru-Imoorat. MISS LOLA WILLIAMS ILL WITH APPENDICITIS. .! l,o; Wt.ls.tm I quite 1.1 at th home of her iwer.u. Mr. tnd Mrs, J, M. Wiilams, til l it lte.mont street, ha. r g uolffW, n eperatlon f.r spperwiu-iiie yesterday. Mis Wll 1 sin is a very popular member of the tf iK,l r rl set, end her frleml will b a'wd t know thai its epera tlon iti nxiit euorwaaf uL ARE LEGISLATIVE ACT! ILLEGALT "If w only had th ironfy w wo-ui I eenai. h act of th Florid legis lature as b-tnjr Us'.' w tii atat pirnt rr.a.i at th C'urrnt l:vnt Ci ib In Ua BturJ.y m-tiinr p-rhajn tlierw la torn attorney In Florid who wxij cnmluct tr raa fr th Cur rent Ernu Clab without f Jut mm an w tJnc of foo.l clUanalUp; It wH t wcrth ; abl man's tirna tl laNtr, wya ths Miami Mi roH'4s. Kvory act tf th Florid l'!:tara t uncaMtltutidii! 1('um tb l-fl-avtur tSwa ivt xn lgal t"w1y tvuVhrlr.4 t y th oir.aJ.it utln of llor 14. T conaiitntioit dlailnrtly a Uat th mnttrtihip of th huii of rprriiauv a.aii not "a4 aitt Jtft womlrr. end thr r rTity- ILpI Th coni i it!'-n &) rrvha la rnft l-tr ry panmr i ; h tJiat "I'll UflolAt'tr iail mwt A. I. 187, and tho tht aiiali mwt vry ten yir thftrr af a.1 a.;sortfn th rr nrllon In ti. tii, th who la punier rf Mnt.'ra not to fcJ thirty-two mmbr; and at th tun tiro aha'.! al . a t portion th rof ntt:on In t. houa of rprnt ttv, th it : r. im',r of r preart tH- not ti ic4 Uty-riht tanx Thla arr"t!oirnitt ha not mn ria1 In twenty ysara. And yt know ing that thoy r not working legally wrdr th rorsptitutiiin of Klorlda. th if i. .I'ltutM of thi fair atat to a t'fit'iy on fiiaklnif laws! ."o of th ! new to th mmbM nf t!- lls liai5atur. nfr l It nw t" tt -T.rl f"! -' of Florid. Wh'n '4 ---'' "r.LvorM ft vt th a iiw cnnatttutlnn, however, th r rfwf j.ra In th atat which 1-r:(tr,j thi th top!t r ttafli th what tty hv. fa',1 ttn Us LitMrfl that r not Jsuiy rnnat!tutl law-roaklnjr r"5fa; Itjt a th Ciirront Ivttt n.lt ha l:.-ovrd. it would Mill UGH! CALOMEL IRES YOU SICK! CLEAN LIMD JPLS MY WAY JUST ONCE! TRY -DOOSON'S LIVER TONE" WHEN BILIOUS, CON STIPATED, HEADACHYDON'T LOSE A DAY'S WORit. liven up your !u-r!h ltrec! Feel f.n and ehoerfl; mak your wr,r a 1-lewaure: b vlgnmu and full of am Luton. ?it tk rirt naaty, dnieroua rut ml I e.-i I? fn-ik.-a you an k n-1 j-r u may a dny work faioinl kt mercury or quickailver whih cauaeg ncroAi of th bon. Otc-mel rrwmh-n lotn mir b!l like djnanute. brefJ g U up. That when yoi ff.-! that f! rau-c ai1 cramp ing. Mwten t- m' If y-.i war.t tn er iy th nlrrt. gentlest liver and bowrl rier,jtJjg u ever etj trw-r.'N-j at tak a To.nf ,1 of harmlea IhKlon Liver Ton ton:git. Yojr dr-.fKg',i or denir ai.a you a S9 cer.t b'tt of H i - -j . 5 v. money to c ntest th net of the I!" Uture, t h 1 protawy th only ffinm that .an f rr th ral.inff of A oonUtt!or.".l convention it "otiM take money. unW as w iH before, some r'U.rl-.' attorney is enough of a J Hit ;i t to do U tholt . NORTH HILL CIRCLE WITH MRS. CARTER. Tho .North 1 1 ill cirvb- of the Drat Mth'i!t ! ur- h will meet thia after noon w:th Mrt F. H. Carter. "H North Uylen street. A good sttendanc !a U" .red. EIRTHOAY PARTY lrCR SMALL COY. A d'-Uichifal Tnin wm ajftit t tha "-n. of t'ajt. and Mrs. Chaa. ivrry tim th litt (rawlaon, Arthur rhHra M ' J .rod. ntirtnHl lout thirty of h a lltti friend In hom.r of h fourth birthday Ttitay. April J7. Tli ohi 1rn nlol th cama on th Uwn p laliy ritnlng th glaaa on Kojcy tirandp. Af tar blowing out th -ril! on th pretty birthday raka, hi h waa on of hla many j rrnta. refrhmnt wer rvd Th tal.i a bfut fully ctortd with ma and paa. tts Hlor chtn of pink and wfclt htng ud. A I of th littl ueta deoart-! w'.ahing 15aatr"' many mora happy t irthdiy. BEAUTIFUL ROSES CROWN IN PENSACOLA. XtU;!njf could h laor LtauUful than ki Wa Majnf rt Mi Intyra'a gnr5n. now that har roa r in bloom. Kaj-ly Jnn th tpring th birdt and tho e!Uiw japa-nin mad th imrd'n th rat lac in !t th world t thca frUnd with whom al t harpHy hara hr flowra, but now that tb roa ax- Moornifn, and h H aharlng wath ihrm th f I -fjittmt fIowr. nd aharlng with thra. too, th garden itwHf. oft fl that Uf on b mad vn' hiy inld. if on wt;i tak tim to grow roaos and to glv om of t'r 1 uty and charm t other. Ml Mclntyr' ro ar in their! perfotion n'lw, and th a wk ah taa chon to invlt numbr of her friemla tn enjoy her roe garden with her. TaejJy afterno n th memhera of th t-hkexpeir rl h wr among her t'.i"ct. and yewf erdy number of others wer im fortunat aa to h included In the. Ut of thorns who fpent an hour In th rrJn. n on helng al ln1 to leave without everl of th eu'lful roea that hav reached their te-rfertlon unrter her hv and oar. Th FY a Karl Pruiehk!, whhh 1 amet'.m called th 'h1t American Hauty. in on of th qu!lt roae that Mlaa Melntyr 1m grown, and th wan whit Mooni of which ar wonderful in their heat ty. Among th Fy wer th han1wrv I'aul Neyron. very duhi and of Iramwna ai, th OU. wMt with Muh centr, and th beautiful Madam CartI!n Teatnut Tb Flein Muri IImitt. on of th lovellcat of climbing roae. waa fiUe,1 with larg bloom. at aiiilt deep roa ahail. and th V srwhal p. WIN der, with It deep rl roea, waa a DodLona 1.1 ver Ton under my per cnl money-hack guankr.tr that each lrc!,fisl will cn you- etuecieh liver better than a dse of naaty ca'.mnH and that It wont mak ou aick. Dodeon'a I.Iver Ton ia real liver me.lK n You'll know It nent morn ing 1 f'Wii' you mil! wak up fe!!rn f.ne, jour t'ver will b york1ng; he.1 iih and i 'nineat Rne; etomah will i' aneet r.d b-weia regular. I'lxiaou'a I.Iver Ti la entirely veg. ptl le. therefore Nrm and can not fAiivate- 1 1. e It (n j.i.jt children. MS:;l:or.! of peop; are -lair.g Pfdon"t I.! er Tcne h;)cnl of (.rrr ; calo mel tiow. Your 1rue?it will tell you tha; th aale .f ;'uiie ! ilmnnt at'C t'el eot'r: here Adv.) r a i v s r. r. -J t USE TB" FOR SORE, TIRED FEET Tir for puad-vp, hin8, twty, Itud fat and torn. Good-by or fet. buming fet, oi!n tt, twty feet, ameliing feet, tired ft. Goxl-by oornn, callouae, buniona nd raw a pot No moi aho tlght bj, no rnor limping with pain r drawing up your fac in agony. "TIX" la magical, acta right off. "TI drawa out all th polaonoua eiudaticng whiv!j tuff op th feet th only rmdy that doe. Ut TIZ" and wr aafrile ahoa. Ah! how comfortabi your ft will fel. "T17." la a delight, -T1Z" la harmless (Jet 15 rent hot f TT2 now at any drugsrlat or department at r. ln't auffwr. liar good feet, glad feet. fet that nver awll, nver hurt, nrr gt tired. A year foot comfort guar antee.! or money refunded. (Adr.) won lrf ul aighL for ther la nothing In all th world an t-eautlfu! aa tb deep roj roo. Anoter red roe Jut buratlng Into Moom a th Ulrlch Urunner. ard Mr. John lang la a'.ao among th roae bloonting ao prollj rally tn Miaa Mclntyre'a garden. On heart from tim to tlm of th wonderful roae tf Marl anna and Tal lahaaa, but it ha been ld fre quently that Peneaooia ia not peH" tal ly adapted to th cultur of th roa. This may potbly b true, but on would travel far to find bn flier bloema. mr eiqulait In coloring or ianter In at, than thou grown by Mia Melntyr. In th roe garden that h aharea ao gonroualy with ether. TRIBUTE TO DR. MARY SAFFORD. In her Informal report given before th T'enaaeol Kqual Fuffrage Iaagu Monday night Ml Keho aid of Ir. Mary Hafford. preauient of th IlorWa Hqual gufTrag Aaaociation: "Th report would I very In com plet did I not dwell upon th valut of th work of lr. Harford, preaident of th etat aeaociution. adit waa In r i.v..... . "' - rreaoient and Chairman of th legit latl v commute. "That ah waa peculiarly well fitted for th work both by natural endow mrt and long training and eiperienc which th baa had in other atatew, ma apparent from th ftret, hut If anything wu needed to confirm thla opinion. It waa moat Impreaalvely don by th manner in wh!h ah waa re ceived by th member of th legiala tur. a ell aa by others with hom h cam in contact. Th aptendil character of th woman, her tact In handling ri.ffk-ult situation, her read! neaa In rrply to any argument, her eieraonal conviction) of th greatne of th eatin In which ah waa engaged had ha fVrt upon all with whom ah cam In contact. 1 ha only to remind you of th way In which ah waa re ceived her when preailjng over th atat contention, and to aay that ah waa received with th em courteoue cn aider tion and tontanout welcome which her gentleneaa, and withal, dig nity of manner evoked her. It wp with th rreateat p'eaaur that I re. l.ie-1 that w had nuul no miatak In electing Ir Hafford president of th state aociatinn and I now repeat that no betier chctc eouid hav t''en mad. "Your c unmitteo waa given a hear Ing before th committee on consti tutional amendments of th senate and the house, at each hearing Ir Rafford 1 treated th membera, d a playei th suffrage map (a small r plica of which I hav herei Ulua- trating tlS( commencement and spread of th suffrage movement. Ph. fol lowed this with th powerful argu ments which th knows so well how to handle " Of Mtes Caroline nrevard. known ao favorably ihrouahoit tfe stat Miss Keho s'ul " W aer very fortunate In having ore member of o ir tegtalatH com rn)te residing in Ti.ahasee. Mima Caro'In Hrevard. able educator, fa mous historian, and a notati woman in every way. Hera waa a nam to cocjur with. And while her ttm was engrossed In her duties at the woman'e cobeise, ah found tim to re -i .' us and confer with us in ail matters and her counsel n very valuable, MISS LITTLE IN TUSCALOOSA. One of the leaatntest event of a week t-rowdej with delightful w-ifti tffsirt In Tu-l"oea was Mrs. Mo Corvey's Kettledrum mtlng Thurs day afternoon. Th Kett!drum colors of pin and white wer boautlfully carried out 1n th 1corat!ona and re . j freshment. a delicious froten tea j ir.g served t!ie sueMe as they arrived. M'.se Imogen l.itt'e of Mol lSe. Mauds Al en and Julian Nuium presiding ever 'he attractive tea tal.ie i: the library. I In the music rocra, her hundred of 4urp! and whit ir'a tloomed in rich profusion, the guest enjoyed a -Me 1.1 prcgTam of mu!c tnd read ier At the corrliinim of th program th gueMa wer invited Into the dining rswm, which w.s espc iaily artistic In ors of the chosen color motif. The 1st !e as -en?ej-d w.tb. sn enormous vase of purp.e and whst Hur-'l-!i and silver -anJe'sbre he! 1 h.t tapis .-.ad-l in silver and ay f i til SUFFRAGE TEH D WHIG POT SATURDAY PENSACOLA EQUAL SUFFRAGE LEAGUE WILL ENTERTAIN ON! SATUROAY AFTERNOON AT HOME OF MRS. E. E. SAUNDERS. AH over th country May 1 will b celebrated r?u!?ra Lay. and at th hoapitablc bom of Mr C H Paundera on Saturday afternoon th rer.aac.'.a Equal Buff rag Ieagu II ntertain with a ta and -uffrag Malting Pot." to which th publlo la moat cordially Invited. Mr, f-'aunder' beautiful horn lend Haeif mt admirably to antertainlng, and th afternoon gtr every promts of being on of th moat delightful not only in th hhwtory of th Puff rag Leagu. but among th many charm ing aJTa'r which ha dietlnguiahoj th tprlng aeaaoo. Mr, baundar will b aeItd In r olvinit by Mr. J. R. Keliar and Mr. rank D Tracy. Two abort adlrea will b fea ture of th afternoon. Mtaa ktlnni Keho. who bat Juat returned from th lrilatur now In aeaalon at Tat Uhaaaee, being among th reker. Mr. W. r. Cunningham will alau gtr a abort addraa. Mr. J. E, Taylor will preald at th punch bowL and will b aeaiated by i-everal pretty young g!rta in err1ng. Ther will alfto b a membership com- mitt, rompotieil of Mr. 3. B. 1'erklna, Mlaa Marg-uerit Ingraham. 11a Huter. Mr. J. U. II. IJarker. and Mra. li. C. Thompaon. A alier ofEcring will b taken. The eagu wlnhea to imprea th fact that ther ar no lntltationa to tb tea. and that h public it curdiaHy in vied t. attend. green hoods. Th mlntt and bonhont wef In th s.vir.4 lovely cc-lors. A deil.ifnia two-eours luncheon was served, consisting of chicken salad. olives, beaten bl-cults, nut broad and sandwich fallowed by ic cream and okea In purol tonea Tuscalooaa New s-Tlme. PERSONAL MENTION Mrs. Itnbwrt Anderson It rclving a great many delightful aortal attention while in T ailahaaae with her husoand. during th le-giaiatlv session. Among th recent attentions pabi her waa an auction hridg. at whlh Mra. R. A. Mhln entertained la fcr honor. Mr. and Mr. Hackner Cblpley re turned Saturday lV-.m a fortnight visit to points In Teiaa. note th New Orleans Tlrr.ea-I'tcay una. Mr. tnd Mrt. J. D. C. Newton and littl son, Robert, of I'enewcoSa, wer re- er.t Milton visitors. Th Ml!tn tiaaett ys: Th Newtona who re sided in Milton for many yesrs until a hrt tim ago, hav a host of friends In this city who ar always g'.sd to wetcom them on their -rational visit a AMMF.VR TOILnT POWPER Is a pur. medicinal compound built after a thorough Investigation to make an He preparation that would displae th usel highly perfumed powders mad from sosp stone, which makes you glaesy. Oet a bo at your drug !t for Zi cents tnd try lb Adv ITALIAN AMBASSADOR TO FRANCE IN CONFERENCE Rom, April Tomasso Tirtoni, Italian smbassador to Franc, had a long audience) this afternoon with King Victor Kmmanusl who (s d. voting all his time to a study of tb international situation. WHITE MmN WITH BLACK LIVER Th I4vr it a blood purifier. It wss thought at on time It wss th seat of th psssions. The trout I with most people Is that their Liver becomes Mat k becaue of impurities in the bloo 1 du to bad physical states, causing Biliousness. Headache, iHzzine and Const! pm I ion. lr. King's New Ufa I'llis will cian up th Liver, and give you new life, J5c at your Druggist CAdv ) LOCAL TUGS Oi DEEP SEA DUTY THREE STEAMERS OF THE AIKEN FLEET WERE SENT ON LONO TRIPS AND THEIR ABSENCE NOTICEABLE. Three local t'eam tugs were doing deep ea duty yesterday. The Sea King, which went to New Orleans, had the Norwegian btrk Woe ml. In tow. The C K. 8 mpsom, which went to MobtS haj ifc Italian bark Alin In tow. while tb NeUls, with several barges in tow, wert to St. Andrews. Only th Dlti tnd th Florida, of th Aiken fleet, remained for harbor duty ye-terlay, snd thsy wer kept moving practlcay til cf th time. In fact th absence of th tares fami'Itr vet se'.s waa very noticeabi during th afternoon. It wag stated yesterday th NeKle will return within a day er twa, with one or more loaded bsrgrs, whl' th rf'.mpson is tchedu'sj to mak a trip ta Ciba to return two empty barret which were towed down ther by th Sea Kitig, end th last-named steamer ia scheduled for on or m-r trips to liivant. It was rp rted along th ater frrr.t ester Jy that th luml-ef business v!a bsrses to Havana was picatng up to such an estent that It may l a future tn short fime. CONFEDERATE SOLDIER Ai DIXIE GIRL WATSON, PARKER AND REESE'S WINDOW DISPLAY, ADVERTIS ING U. D. C. BALL, REPRESENTS SCENE OF HISTORIC POST. Or. of tb mott striking displays ever seen In Pensarola 1 that of Wat son. Parker A It, which advt-rtlaea th ball to b given thit ven!nc by th Cnlte-i ttanghter of th Confed eracy at th Kyter auditorium. No f gurtts do th two teem, th oldler In hi uniform of grey, and Confederal Army hat. And th girt who stands btld him, in her eld fashioned gown. Rather might they hav stepped down from th tag f an oid album. If yoa arty Southern t orn you hav often glanced through th old family e'bttroa and noted th picture of brld tnd groom, tb groom always etd. th fcrld ttanding with her hand tip on hit tboulder. Bo thes two ar posed, and a on look upon them from a distance, on scemt Indeed to look upon a plctur llfelik and won derful f that storied past of "sltty one, tweet with tts memories, and redolent of romance. But th window presontt not only a wonderfully well esecuted advertise ment. but It hag deep historic algnifl rtnc. Th soldier who wears th Confeder ate grey. It clad in th uniform of on of th bra test and uoileet of touih ern oPVers. Commander N. B. Cook, of Pensacola, a man who distin guished himself by his courage on many a Southern battlefielJ. Th Southern girl who stands besids Mm, in her wide gown of ttirf blue tilk, with patterned borJer of tht sty 1 of th sixties, and deep black lac, ruf fles and frill, is wearing a own worn by Mrs. h'terhen F. Chlpley in her wartime girlhood. Th lac is caught with a brooch which waa bequeather from her mother's grandmother, Mary Orrnsry, tnd th entir picture It re flective of th spirit of th patt thtt It dear to every Southern man and woman. Hesidet th figure of th Fouthern soldier and th girl of It i who tttndt besid him. on notet a number of t'on-fed-rat aouventrt in th window. Among these ar a sash worn by of ficers of seversi generations of th Aiken family; first by Col. Joseph Kerr an officer of th Revolutionary fame, tgaln by him In th war of Hi 2. and In th Keminol war by Col. i. R Aiken, another ancestor of th Aiken family of penaacola. ana nst ti tU war by .pein 1. H. Aiken, th father f I. H. Aiken of thlt city. Also found in th window It Con federate money representing every Is sue. but one of the Confederate treas ury, and a beautiful miniature i t Mrs. Stephen Chipley la ther si so, painted in th very gown which it displayed Ther ar a number of other souvenirs among which ar th sword of Stephen K. Chlpley, a gallant Confederal of ficer, a black lac thtwl and other quaint relict of bygone days. Invtaeestlne te the Psle and SUtaty Th Old standard genera! atranglhening tonic. GftoVE M TAS teijt.xi chid TONIC, drives out M.aHa, er.rbt.es th Noo,i. ard bull'ls up th system. A tm toniq. Kor adults and children, sue. - . TURKISH AUTHORITIES ARREST ED A R M E N I A N S London. April JI.-A Reuter dit patch from Athent says sdvices from Consiantijn.pl say Turkish authorities hav arrested about Armenlsn ther. Including th patriarch, on th prett that It has been discovered preparations ar under way for a ris ing ia th Armenian province a Nervews tndiaettieiv Mrs. J. F. liaidwln. Sandy Creek, K. Y, suffered a groat deal from paint tn the stomach du to nervous Indl gestlon. Ph writes, "Chamberlain' Tablets relieved me rignt away, and by taking thre or foue bottle f them I waa cured of th trouble and have not felt any of the old tyrap toms since." Obtainable everywher. (A4.) ADVISE GERMAN CLERKS TO LEAVE ITALY QUICKLY Genoa, Italy Ajrll ?1. Several banks, Includtrg the I'ax.ca Commercial, which hav their main branches her, hav urgently dt-d their clerkt of German tnd Austrian Rttlonality to ieav Italy. DON'T WAIT Taka Advanttg f a Psneseelt Citl sen't Eaperienc. Wh. n th bck bgina to ache, Ioht -ait until barkach t-c4ne chronio: Till kidney trouble de-retop; 'Till urinary trouble destroy night's rest. Fr.fit by a Pensacola citl sen a ex pertencw Mrs. Ella Connor, It Routh Rut street, Pensacola, sayt: fy back was very lame and painful. When I got op In th morning. I was so sor. I could hardly get about Th kidney secre tions wer unnatural and caused an noyanr and 1 had swelling- la my hands and limb Thre botea et Doan't Kidny Pills ttrsng-Js ned ray back, removed the dropsical swelling and made m fe lik a different per ton." Price 0c, at all dealers. tfent tlmply ask for a kidney remedyget Doana Kidney 111; th earn that Mr. Connor bad. Fv.stcr-Ml.bum Co, i'rt'i', ISuAaK N. I. (Adv ) Flush Ycur Blood Get it Cleansed Remarkable Remedy That Works All Through Your Body. When ye put a tabiesponful f F. R. & into your stomach It gsta atralght into your blood. In leas than Ave min utes it ha t corns a wav ef reatora- tlv influenc wherever th blood has circulated Ioee thla read like maglof But It ! absolutely trua Those power ful digestive Juices In th stomach can not rhang tb medicinal affect of 8. 8. a Th liver can not burn It. Th lungs. skin and kidneys irret it only after 8. H. 8. has set tn motion millions ef calls and serves t throw eff the count less gsrtns that have Infested every part ef the body. And ss 8. 8. 8. continues to bttt tho troublssom peats that gather la th form of plmplea. boils. c ssma. acne, catarrh, rheumatism and other a -called blood disorder. It rouses into action a myriad ef Strang but well anderstood corpuscUt called luecocytes tbst sctuslly devour or Chang or con vert dlseas gsrma o they ar rdlly and quickly cast out of tb body. It Is probably tb best appreciated blood medcln k nown. Tou will find 8. & 8. on sale in nearly every drug stors in th U. R. 0t a bottl todsy. And If your ess I peculUr, writ to th Medlcsl Department. Th Bwlft Ppertno C 19 (wirt Ittdg, Atlanta, fin It la con ducted by a tiftwt th,airlsn. Maximum Liffht for M i n i m u m Expense with Type C Mazda Lamps Pensacola Electric Co. New Butrincsi Dept. Phong 2010 tnd 2011 IT3 131 fLl fl tB IT" ttfttt CWTPV Jmrntwr uinrec nuwiu-i Ma wwuiu. llAUiiO Curted Without Pgiri or Dltcomfert fty ur arei! trstwet eve ra b r-ted B ,.rT .hnrttm. No "kluxi mifrrol.l tun ItnetHwl m4. Hceta caae bv bw red j without aulTartng tb sliabtMt pain. I Sanitarium fully e-julpt with an Istaat a- tlZZkJ?"l tiZ" " i N tes will b eKarrerf SniMa trUsrt is sue eevwfnltath satlafactlen ef the a:V-nt or kw pasatcHin. ti -sr rs-iaed ad sertsssfttl boots traa.mat ais tvnnMd st S netninsl eral. Wn'i for fail parttmlars. SEMINOLE SANITARIUM i. jaocsoville. riA. NOTICE! Our wagons are equipped with accurate scales and pa trons who desire can have the driver weigh all pur chases of ice. PENSACOLA ICE CO. Phones, 59 and 259 Pensacola, St. Andrews and Golf Steamship Co. STEAMER TARPON FIRST CLASS PAP8ENOEJI AND rRXIOIIT B Ell VI OS PENSACOLA, MOBILE. APALACHI. COLA, CARRABELLE. ST. AN DREWS, PANAMA CITY. MiLLVILLE. And All Piet e St, Andew Bay, Carre balls sod Aaslhieia, CHEDULEl Leave Pctsla. Sunday l:Sf p, its. fee Mbit, Ala. Lvs Maile Mtssiy 7:39 m. est, Lesvee Psnsseeta. Tweeds liCO a. sn-, fee St. Andrews. Millvill, As. Ieblla, Ctrrtfcelt tnd lntemdittt P4wt. H. i. REACER, 0rtl Frel-M an Pee-er Aaent. Psse!a, Fla. w!a4M IIX . SAVE 50 CENTS . A Cos rOUNTAIN SYRINQI D. Uve Aywnr fee Weetn fijs. The Central Pharmacy, . m.trt. lc SALE TODAY at The Crystal Pharmacy. ""Ai-" JlI?5r Jy'P Free BARGAIN DAY Saturday, Hay I tt tn- EC ad GROCERY STORES, Nos. 1, 2 and 3. Cctoli will be given to the perf son who buys the largest bill of goods on this date. $35 Cash will be fivrn tn lit nr O - - " -- p son who comi nrarctt P guessing the nmount of our cash salei on this date. One chance with each $1.00 purchase. Watch for our special price list in Saturday morning's paper. All l t t a iresn meats and grocer ies will be cheaper than ever before heird of. 38 IZE DANCE! Under Auspices ef Greater Pensacola Ladies' Nest, No. 133G, OR OCR or OWLS. at W. O. W. HALL Cornr Romans tnd tlaylsn Strta FRIDAY, APRIL 30 8 p. m. -111 Music by Nsna Barrios' Orebsstrt, Admission, 25c. If You Are Losing Weight and your nerves ar In tm X condition, ws rcotwment Olive Oil Emulsion containing llypophoephat. A food nd nery tonlfl prescription The Crystal Pharmacy. nt Ji.ira. ictrola CONCERT TONIGHT 8 to 0:3) NEW VICTOR RECORDS FOR MAY. ALL MUSIC LOVlSJf. INVITCO. Qepnallsfi QJufe timet tt teth ree utrtta. . IPIHtstV 2' Kom lVtrisrit v Ueva a:i fssr t tk dnsat ll attakV ehich ar , f wouer.t t th ttnerere o t :Upy. Ki n ha ben nni PR Ji U LI . . . d with re- rrarkabt tjc-eat for fiftssn yeara Ruv a bottl ft Kosln for . m, f' ,f1rV ustug, you ar not entirely sls(lei your mor m t rfu4d. Ask us for booklet - . .CoTTAL PMARtpACV Brest BulMiag. fhoa 111