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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 24, 1915.
Relayers our Specialty
Metzger Bros., Mobile, Ala.
Blount Budding, Pensacola, ZFla.
R. T. RAINES
Public Accountant. Auditor.
401 American Natltnal Bank Building.
TELEPHONE 902. -PENSACOLA. FUA.
Worth $25 to .
J. J. "Wagoner, Colbert, Ga.. says: "I
had a very bad ringworm on ' my hip
and I offered a druggist $25 to cure It,
and he wouud not agree to try It. so I
found a box of
and soon cured it. I would not talcs $100
for what a few boxes of Tetterine did
for me." Tetterine cures ringworm, ec
seina, ground itch, itching piles, tetter,
etc. There's no sense in, anybody suf
feringwhen this simple remedy is so ef
fective. 60 cents at druggists, or direct
from The Shuptrlne Co., Savannah, Ga.
S221 .78 DONATED,
210 GIVEN SCHOOL
FIRST NUMBER OF
APPEARS ON NOV. 1
THROUGH GENEROSITY OF CITI
ZENS MANY CHILDREN ARE
ATTENDING SCHOOL WHO
OULD OTHERWISE BE I DE
MORROW BROTHERS QUARTET
WILL APPEAR AND THE EN
TERTAINMENT WILL BE OF A
HIGH CLASS NATURE.
' The first number of the Pensacola
Lyceum course will come on Monday
,; evening, November the first. This,
as has already' been ' announced
through the- columns of The Journal,
will be the Morrow Brothers' Quar
They will give a varied program
consisting of ensemble singing, in
" strumental music, solos, both vocal
and instrumental, readings, and cos
tume imnersonations. This entertain
- ment will have something for every
individual taste. They do not pre
sent anything but the cleanest and
best. The public will have a rare
: opportunity to attend this very high-
class entertainment at an exceeding-
ly low cost.
Work on Armory hall is progress
ing nicely. The walls have been treat-
ed to a coat of calsomine, a com
. modious stage is being erected, .and
every convenience will be provided to
. make it a desirable place for Lyceum
i work. From every indication, a large
. audience will greet the opening num
ber on the evening of November the
The question here has
always been not how
cheap, but is it the best?
And if you buy it here
it is the best.
Fine Western beef,
fresh fish, fresh vegeta
bles and eggs ready for
delivery at your phone
BEST FOR UVER.
THEY LITEN THE LIVER AND
BOWELS -AND STRAIGHTEN
YOU RIGHT UP.
A total of $221.78 was donated by
public spirited and generous citizens
to the school book fund, and each of
these contributions was acknowledged
by The Journal on the date of its re
ceipt. Donations proper aggregated
$190.00, while the ball, game between
the Pensacola and North Carolina
teams netted $31.78, making a total
With this amount and with the do
nation of many second hand books
210 children were supplied with books
and are now attending the public
schools of the city. These children
would have been deprived of this priv
ilege had not the citizens responded
to the appeal for aid. .
HAS BEEN POSTPONED
Chicago, Oct. 23. The ten-round
contest between Charlie White of
Chicago, and Matt Wells, the British
lightweight, scheduled for Monday
night at Milwaukee has been post
poned until next Thursday. White is
suffering from ptomaine poisoning.
IS CRITICALLY ILL
IS IN ST. JOSEPH'S HOSPITAL,
PROVIDENCE, R L, -SUTTER
ING FROM ATTACK OF PNEU
RATES ARE JUSTIFIABLE
Washington, Oct. 23. Proposed in
creased rates on domestic fertilizer
and fertilizer materials from New Or
leans and other Louisiana points to
the Ohio river and beyond today were
held to be justified by the interstate
Friends in Pensacola and Warring
ton of Father Thos. P. Cassidy, wil
be pained to learn that he is critically
ill in St. Joseph's Hospital, Provi
dence, R. I., and letters from his bed
side state that his death is- not un
Father Cassidy served for a num
ber of years at Warirngton. In re
cent years he has been at Mobile
and left there some weeks ago. He
contracted a cold and this has de
veloped into a very serious case of
DONT BE BILIOUS. CONSTI
PATED, SICK, WITH BREATH
BAD AND STOMACH SOUR.
Tonight sure ! Take Cascarets and
jwORK WHILE YOU SLEEP J
enjoy the nicest, gentlest liver and
bowel cleansing you ever experienced
Wake up with your head clear, stom
ach sweet, breath right and feeling
fine. Get rid of sick headache, bil
iousness, constipation, furred tongue,
sour stomach, bad colds. Clear your
skin, . brighten your eyes, quicken
your step and feel like doing a full
day's work. Cascarets are better than
salts, pills or calomel because they
don't shock the liver or gripe the
bowels or cause inconvenience all the
Mothers should give cross, sick, bil
ious, feverish children a whole Casca-
ret anytime as they can not injure
the thirty feet of tender bowels.
WORK EXTRA HOUR
DUE TO PRESSURE IN DEMAND
FOR BOX CARS AND CARPEN
TER WORK GENERALLY. REG
ULAR TIME MAINTAINED.
One side of the railroad shops, that
of the carpentry department, has
been forced recently to go back on
full time because of the insistent need
of car repairing and general car
pentry work of late. This causes this
department to work until 5 o'clock
each afternoon of the week instead of
stopping at 4"0'clock as had been the
case for the past eight to ten months.
The' machine shop, however, closes
down at 4 o'clock as usual since the
order of retrenchment arrived some
Principally because of the need of
cars, and the demand has been so
great of late, a prominent traffic man
said last night, that every car that is
safe to handle has been requisitioned.
All carpenter department employes,
therefore,, have been making the full
time and it was reported in well
informed railroad circles during the
latter part of the week that it will
be but a short time before the entire
shop has been put back on the full
time, and that the large corps of
employes who make a living there
will be enjoying the full time with
every other department of the city
shops of the L. & N. busy, as usual.
Why don't yo u save
money on tires like
your friends do?
Have you asked any friends of
yours nuw uicu jjkuuuiju vueegees
a firfi standinp" un on local streets unA
mst iix . . . . .
Do it, the first chance you get
' lff?&L ou don't want to spend any
HOLD A MEMORIAL
SERVICE FDR THE
LATE OR. WHALEY
IT WILL BE CONDUCTED BY
VEX: JOHN H. BROWN AND
"WILL BE AT ST. CYPRIAN'S
CARD OF APPRECIATION.
On behalf of the wife and family of
the late Chas. A. Garland and my
self and family I wish to express my
great appreciation to the good people
of Mobile and Selma, and especially
B. S. Bidd, Sr., and Mrs. J. M. Fisher
of Selma, for their many acts of kind
ness and to assure them of our appre
ciation. - -
CHAS. A. MEADE.
GOOD PROGRAM TO
DAY AT THE
LARGE NUMBER OF AMUSING
AND INSTRUCTIVE NUMBERS
HAVE BEEN ARRANGED, OPEN
TO ALL CONTESTANTS.
seems to be running
strongly against coffee."
says Printers Ink.
From 1904 to 1914 the Consumption of
Coffee In This Country Increased 3.2
From 1904 to 1914 the Consumption of
POSTUM Increased 120
There will be a memorial service
for the late Dr. Whaley at St. Cy
prian's church, corner Adams and
Church streets Sunday, October the
31st, at 4 o'clock in the afternoon, at
which time the Ven. J. H. Brown, rec
tor of Christ church, will preach a
sermon on the Me and work of the
As is well known, Dr. Whaley was
in charge of the congregation of St.
Cyprian's during his incumbency of
Christ church, and through his. kind
ly interest endeared himself to many
of the colored people who were not
under his immediate pastoral care.
It is believed that those who knew
Dr. Whaley as a friend of the race
will be pleased to have an oppor
tunity to show the affection and re
spect in which his memory is held.
At 11 o'clock in the morning of
this memorial day, which is also the
eve of All Saints, there will be a
celebration of the Holy Communion
bv the minister-in-charee. All the
communicants are requested to be
present and to receive.
m. J J Lf .7 1 K- w a
a I - f j 1 1 J
more money than necessary, on tires,
Youll be interested to learn what xa-
usually fine mileages Diamond Squeegees ire
delivering right here among your friends nd
; Then remember that you don't pay
They sell at Fair-List prices.
Your local Diamond dealer will gkdly
tell you of other records that he knows about.
. DIAMOND "FAIR-LIST" PRICES
Size SaupQg caq &xutet
30x3 $ 9.4S 34x4 $20.35
S0x3K 1220 36x4 28.70
32x3 14.00 37 x 5 3380
33x4 20.00 SSx5H 4S.00
term of Bchool 1914-1915. Bring re
port cards or certificates.
Best Essay on Forage, both ensi
lage and cured, that is profitable in
Best essay on hog-raising; breed,
twenty points; pasture, 20 points;
fattening, 20 points; curing meat, 20
points; cost, 20 points.
Best essay on Organized Farm
Work, and Trucking throughout the
County. Variety, 25 points; planting,
25 points; packing and shipping, 25
points; benefit to the county, 25
Essay on County Road Building.
County development, 25 points; best
plan for construction, including la
bor, 25 points ; bridges and' water
ways', 25 points; cheapest plan to
work the convicts in order to get more
than we are now getting, 25 points.
All essays must be in own hand
writing, on one side of the pap?'
Open to any one from 21 years c
under. No marks or signs on pap:
but name and address on envelop?
Must be delivered to Mr. N. J. Li!
lard, Pensacola, or J. W. Crary, B!u?
Springs, not later than Friday, Nov
5, at 6 o'clock. Will award prizes !
night of Nov. 5th.
We acknowledge receipt of died
from Hon. Scott M. Loftin, for to
sum of $5.00, to be given on the Essa;
on County Road Building. V.'e wi!'
hear from others in a few days at
will announce their names and dw
subject or stunt that they wish to o?
fer a prize. . - .
J. W. CRARY.
Bluff Springs, Fia.
The first Postum was sold in 1895. After a marvelous growth for nine
years, Postum sales further increased 120 from 1904 to 194.
Postum made of wheat and a bit of wholesome molasses, is-a delicious
beverage. It js free from coffee and its drug, caffeine the cause of coffee
headache, coffee sleeplessness, coffee heart, coffee nerves, and so on.
And people are finding it out!
There s a Reason ' for POSTUM
Farmers' Day at the Fair, which
will be on the last day, will prove one
of wide interest, for, in addition to
the other varied attractions which
will be on all sides, the chairman of
the committee, on arrangement, Hon.
J. W. Crary of Bluff Springs, has
drawn up an extended program, in
which all contestants may take a
part. This will be on a Saturday,
and as there will be no schools on
that day, the attendance of school
children should be large. The pro
gram, as arranged by Mr. Crary, is
Farmers' Day Program.
Wheel barrow race, 100 yards,
Endurance race around race track.
One hundred-yard foot race for
Fifty-yard foot race for girls.
Putting the hammer.
Pie and cracker eating contest,
crackers to be eaten dry.
A blue ribbon to any pupil who has
Suffered For Seven Years
"Feruna Cured Me"
Mr. Samuel Rossi, No. 612 Chest
nut Ave., Vineland, N. J., writes: "I
want to thank you for your advice
and for what your medicine has done
for me. I suffered with catarrh for
seven years; catarrh of the hea'L r.or
and throat, and stomach. Penir
cured me. I followed your advice aiv
I used three bottles of Peruna ir
three weeks, and now my trouble i
all over. I will never be without
runa in my house. I can heartil
recommend Peruna as a catarrh rerc
edy. I am pleased to make public tb
good that Peruna has done me."
In a later letter Mr. Rossi ".-rite-"1
will never be without Prnna 1:
my house. We use it whenever an1
of the family have a slight cold, ant
find it of constant service, rerun;
has many times saved one of un ti
tle boys from serious sickness."
Those who object to liquid med
cines can now procure Peruna Tab
miss mm dies
AFTER LOHGILLNES S
FOLLOWING AN AILMENT OF
ABOUT SIX MONTHS, ELDEST
DAUGHTER OF W. W. BRIGGS
AND WIFE, EXPIRES.
Miss Allie Briggs, eldest daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Briggs, of
East Pensacola Heights, died yester
day morning at 5 o'clock after an
illness of about six months.
Announcement of the funeral hour
was held up pending advices from
relatives who are out othe city, but
the hour was yesterday decided upon,
and the funeral will take place Mon
day afternoon, the cortege to leave
the saddened home at 2:30 o'clock in
the afternoon. Interment will be
made in New Hope cemetery, and
Rev. J., A. Peterson, pastor of the
Gadsden Street Methodist church,
will-be in chargeof the services.
Many friends of this young lady
heard with much sincere pain yester
day that the illness with which she
had suffered for about six months,
had proven fatal, and ' much regret
was expressed. Deceased enjoyed the
friendship -of a large number of young
people,, and the funeral-services will
We wish to announce to the pupils, we have secured the agency for the
We will have headquarters at corner of Zarragossa and Commandenris
streets, and will carry all parts in stock, will maintain a service station with a
skilled mechanic in charge, and will make repairs on all makes of cars.
The Overland Four $750. H)
The Willis-Knight : $1,095.00
The Overland Six $1,145.00
Call or wrrite for a demonstration.
Pensacola Overland Co.
HAL. L. SCOTT, Manager.
1 be largely attended.