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THE PENS ACOLA JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY MORNING, APklL 5, 1916.
t ' . . . It V I or PENSACOLA. FLA UNTTTO STATES DEPOSITORY) E. R. MALONE. President. C. W. LAMAR, Cashier. MORRIS BEAR, V1-Prctdent. J. W. ANDREWS, AmI Cashlarj JOS. F. QUINA, Aaal Cashier. M. J. HEINBERQ, Asst Cashier. You cat come to us, select the dress you like and have it charged to you. Reasona ble prices; $7.50 to $20. Galin's, 26 S. Palafox. TERSELY TOLD. ) . "Kid Quina, who wilt meet Bud Clancy in a ten-round bout at the Business Men's Athletic Club tonight, will arrive this moratory according to a telegram received by Manager OXeary yesterday. . W. A. Moore, manager of the local Western Union office, will leave this morning for Jacksonville to attend a meeting of Florida managers, to be held in that city Thursday and Fri day. General Manager Worthen and other high officials of the Western Union will be present. Moving jobs. Phone 400. A Simple Aid to Good Health "W. A. Reese. D Queen, Ark writes I "For the put year constipation has bothered me very much, but I find Foley Cathartic Tablets are better than anything I have ever used aad their action is perfect. Not a gripe In a bottle aad I will never be with out them." - Constipation Is beoomtn.gr one of the curses of our present day civilization, and Is especially hard on those not physically active. With Foley Cath artie Tablets on band you can keep your stomach sweet, liver active and bowels reffular. You can avoid the congested condition that causes sick headache, biliousness, nausea, torpid liver and bloating- sases. They cleanse thoroughly and are mild in action, with no nausea and so costive after effects that make so many cathar tics undesirable to take. They are a source of comfort to stout people who enjoy the llg-ht free Xeellns resulting; from their use. IVALEMBERTE'S PHARMACY. J. J.McNamee Candidate for City Commissioner will address the voters of Precinct 15 at Intendencia and Devilliers upon" the issues of the city election, Thursday Night, 8:30 Everybody Welcome ! Paid Advertisement. MISSION WILL 1 STARTED SUNDAY AT ST. MICHAEL'S FARMER GODFREY DRIVES 8 MILES FOR MORE TJflLAC HAD SPENT $1,000 IN EFFORT TO GET WELL MASTER MEDI CINE BRINGS RELIEF AND IS NOW ABLE TO DO A FULL DAY'S WORK. COLLEGE OF HARD KNOCKS HAS MANY TES HERE ROTARY CLUB CENSUS SHOWS THIS RESULT V. J. VIDAL WINS PRIZE FOR BEST AN SWER TO GREATEST EVENT IN LIFE. -s J. t y. . A, a sssssr sHsssSsr bssiti gJjj!" . Oorti aGaced Cor&et& PAULIST FATHERS WILL CON DUCT A TWO-WEEK SERVICE, AND SPECIAL MUSIC WILL BE FURNISHED. Sunday morning at 10:30 o'clock a two-weeks' mission will be opened at St. Michael's church, by the Paulist fathers. The sermon Sunday morning will be preached by Father Allard, one of the most eloquent- preachers in the Paulist community. Father AHard will be remembered by many in Pen sacola. At the last mission at St. Michael's he was always greeted by congregations that packed the church edifice. Special music, appropriate to the day, Passion Sunday, has been ar ranged by the choir. The chorus will be augmented by a number of singers and assisted by an orchestra. Services will" be held every night during the missoin at 7:30 o'clock, during the mission at 7:80 o'clock. All Catholics, as well as non-Cath-ices. Sunday morning the offertory will be sung by Miss Grace de Camp, of Chicago, and at the evening serv ice a violin solo will be rendered by Mr. O'Brien Motta, with Mr. A. C. Reilly organist. CAPT. R0CHESLA1E CANDIDATE FOR R MASTER ANNOUNCES THIS MORNING HIS CANDIDACY AND REQUESTS SUPPORT OF ESCAMBIA CO UN TY VOTERS. Capt. Ben Rocheblave announces his candidacy this morning for harbor master for the port of Pensacola, sub ject to the action of the Democratic voters in the primary in June. Captain Rocheblave is almost a life long resident of Escambia county, and is one of the best posted men on Pen sacola harbor. He has been a tow- boat master for a long number of years and in following this vocation he has familiarized himself vith the har bor under all sorts of conditions. Therefore, he is well qualified to handle the duties of the office in satisfactory manner. Captain Rocheblave was a candi date for the office of htrbor master four years ago and received a very flattering vote in all sections of the county. . TAN-LAC fresh shipment iust received. D'Alemberte's Pharmacy. Phone 109. To the People of Pensacola! Pensacola, Fla., April 4th, 1916. There appeared in the Pensacola News, of April 1, an item which has caused some of its readers to in fer that I have used the city's money to pay my membership dues in the Rotary Club and Chamber of Commerce. This is not a fact, and there is no foundation for any such statement, or insinuation. These dues were paid out of my own money, as is shown by the en closed statements of Mr. E. R. Malone, President of the American National Bank, and Mr. R. W. Good hart, President of the National Bank of Commerce, which I publish together with this communication. Respectfully, A. GREENHUT. "Although farmers as a general rule enjoy much . better health than residents of the cities, due to the fact that they lead a life of activity and spend the greater part of their time I in the open air and sunshine, yet ' when spring comes, they frequently find themselves incapacitated for work and many of them are sufferers from i condition commonly called spring ever, and feel the need of a good tonic," said Col. S. H. Stivers, . the special Tanlac representative, yester day at the Crystal Pharmacy, whon shown several mail orders for Tanlac received from farmers of West Florida. Before the busy season 6et in with the farmers it was almost a daily oc currence for farmers to drive from five to twenty-five miles to get Tan- ac and recently, when in Rome, Ga., B. J. Godfrey, a prominent farmer of that section, drove nine miles to get more Tanlac." Regarding his im provement from taking Tanlac, Mr. Godfrey said: 'Tor thirty-five years I Buffered with a bad form of stomach trouble and indigestion. I doctored and doc tored and during that time I spent more than $1,000 trying to get well, but nothing I took gave me any re lief except to patch me up for a short while. "After eating I would have a full ness in my stomach which gave me palpitation of the heart. I would have dizzy spells and would feel as if I were going to fall. My stomach was so sore at times I could hardly bear my clothes to touch me. "I was so badly constipated all the time I had to take medicine nearly every night for this trouble. Then my kidneys got to bothering me and kept me awake most of the night. My sides pained me and my back ached so bad I could hardly pull my self together to do anything. "For weeks at a time I could hardly do any work about the farm because of the soreness in my stomach and the pains in my back. My limbs would feel weak at times and I had a drag- gy good-for-nothing feeling. "I read about Tanlac and heard people talking about it so much I con eluded to give it a trial, although I had little faith In any medicine doing me any good. I am now on mv fifth bottle and feel like a man made over again. "Right from the start I braced un. and now I feel better than at anv time in ten years. Tanlac went right to the spot and I feel stronger and f 1 ? i wiuv raore me aoout me tnan In a long time. I, gained seven pounds in no time. My appetite got better, and I can eat anything now without it hurting me. "I don't have that gas on my stom ach now, and I just sleep like a log My kidneys don't keep me awake of nights. My sides and back don't pain me like they did and I can now do a day's work with just as much vim as I ever had. "I brought my brother, G. W. God frey, to town with me and he is going to take Tanlac," said Mr. Godfrey, as he turned to the clerk and had him wrap up a bottle of the master medi cine. "A number of my friends are taking Tanlac," continued Mr. God frey, "and they will say it has done them a great deal of good." Genuine Tanlac Is sold only and ex clusively in Pensacola by the Crystal Pharmacy; in Bluff Springs by Rhett G. Stanton, and in Century by the Century Pharmacy. Adv. The college of "Hard Knocks" still boasts a large number of graduates who are leaders in business, accord ing to a census of the Pensacola Ro tary club yesterday where a roll call upon the college attended was had. A second question was the birth place which indicated that most of the members were not natives of Pensa cola though all proved their fealty by ocatmg m the Deep Water City. Considerable merriment was de rived from the attempt to debate the greatest thing ever done by the in dividual member, the club offering a unch to the greatest hero. The de cision was made in favor of Vincent Vidat, who stated that his great est deed was to remove from Spain and become an American citizen. The club went on record endorsing the movement to defer action on the proposed power plant to be erected on the banks of the Potomac in the nation's capital until the report of the fine arts commission is received by congress. - pqnsseela. Fls., April S. 191. Mr. A. reenbut. City. Dear Sir-to1 reply t yar iD iuiry. we And that jwr Personal check No. 62. dated November IS. 1U4. In favor of the Chamber of Commerce, for 130. and endorsed by the Fensaool nberJf Com merce, was paid by this bank and chargred to your personal account n November 20, 1314- , Tour strulv. K. W. OOODHART. President. ?W Advertl8wrtt Pensacola. Fla.. April 1. WIS. To the People of Pensacola: We certify that check No. 1831, dated April , 1914, on th Ameri can National Bank, payable to the order of Chamber of Comraerce for $13.60, was paid on April 7, 1914. out of the personal funds of A. Greenhut on deposit In this bank. We further certify that check No. 1459. dated March 2Cth. 1915. pavsble to the order of the Rotary Club for 112.00. and signed by A. Greenhut. was paid out of the per sonal funds of A. Greenhtt on de posit In this bank on Karen J4, 1915. Respectfully. AMERICAN NATIONAL. RANK OF PENSACOLA. B&R. Malone. Prsi4et. RECIPE TO DARKEN . JM HAIR Not a Trace of Gray Shows After Applying Q-Ban No Dye or Sticky Mess Harmless. Do this Apply like a shampoo Q-Ban Hair Color Restorer to hair and scalp, and dry hair in sunshine A few applications like this turns al your gray, faded, prematurely gray, dry or gray streaked hair to an even, beautiful dark shade.' Q-Ban also makes scalp and entire head of hair healthy, so hair is left soft, fluffy, lustrous, wavy thick, evenly dark, and fascinating, without even a trace of gray hair showing (only beautiful dark hair), making you look, young again. Insist on having Q-Ban, as it is harmless no dye but guaranteed to darken all your gray hair or money returned. Q-Ban also cleanses the scalp at once of dandruff. Ask for Q-Ban Hair Color Restorer. Only 50c for" a big 7-oz bottle. W. A. D'Alem berte's Drug Store, Pensacola, Fla. Out-of-town folks supplied by mal (Adv.), T I HERE FOR SUPPLIES LARGE PASSENGER STEA3IER, IN USE ON THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER, WILL BE ON ATLANTIC HEREAFTER. A large three-deck excursion steamer, on her way to Baltimore, where her home port will in future be, arrived here yesterday and is in port for supplies. The steamer oc cupied an anchorage over to the west ern bay front. The big steamer, used for some time on the Mississippi river, was said to have been purchased by par ties at or near Baltimore, and she is now en route to her new port. Parties aboard the steamer yester day stated that the big craft had been used' as a pleasure and freight boat out of Louisville, and made runs per iodically to Jeffersonville. Lately,' it is said, steamboatmen from the At lantic coast looked the vessel over and closed a trade, and the trip around the coast of Florida and up to Chesapeake bay is being made with a view of delivering the vessel to her new owners. The steam tug Lottie, from Apa- lachicola, is also in port, and is moor ed over at Baylen wharf, where it is understood some extensive repairs will be made. Fashionable women welcome the new bust line, because they know it will greatly improve the figure and give the proper support without un comfortably confining the bust. 1 This new feature has been worked out to the best possible advantage in the New Spring Models of the world s best front lacing corset the FRO LASET. The FROLASET is designed for all types of women. We have models for stout women, for slender women and for the average built woman but in each of these classification we have J LJUUU 111! WLwk A a number of models of distinct features. Until you wear a FROLASET CORSET you cannot know how really perfect this Corset is. Prices from $2 up Let our expert Corsetiere demonstrate in our strictly private fitting room how these new features in the FRO LASET will give your figure More Style and more phys ical comfort than ever before. When you get fitted here you get an intelligent fit ting. , p. "Pensacola's Greatest Store" r . .. m m mm j-i m.yvjTViT.w. r" 0 -f- ST ' gjl rflf fS -fftl Co "PEACE fl f!0 IR" SUBJECT OF TALK CONGRESSMAN SLAYDEN OF TEXAS, WILL LECTURE AT THE CHAUTAUQUA AT D'FUI IA i SATURDAY. 4 a k Mill W " r-v HOME SET, iriA Genuine Bristle Danber Big LaraVs Wool Polisher Easily worth 50c. Sold jto make the use of SrcraA pleasant at 25c. With StsmA 35c ScfaoiA is Wax and Oils Contains I7o Injurious Material, Good for all Leathers, The Quick, Durable Shine. Accept no Substitute. If Dealer cannot Supply you send to taiosA Company, Rochester, N.Y. BLACK TAN WHITE HssasssiSBCP- J 'M TOWED TO PORT WITH TAIL SHAFT BROKEN Halifax. N. S., April 4. -The Brit ish steamer Carly, which sailed from Genoa on February 11 for PhTTadel phia, was towed into port late last night by the steamer Fogota. The steamer's tail shaft was broken. The Fogota went to her assistance after picEng up a wireless cal for help on March 31. BALTIMORE CONFERENCE SUPPORTS MEMORIAL Washington, April 4. -The Balti more conferencse of the . Methodist Episcopal church, in session here to day, decided by a vote of 116 to 29, to support the memorial of the Mis sissippi conference favoring the eTec tion of bishops for races and lan guages. iw I pi ffcrilU fe I, rrvfl". , b"tFt H"- I i ft oerore Summer Comes Get ready for the hot season by ordering the rlgtt kind of a refrigerator. One that not only keeps things cold, bit fresh and sweet as welL Get ft McCRAY Sasitary Refrigerator The McCray System f air 1tJls tlon glTes a constant current of cold, dry sir through the food chambers ana down ow the Ice, thus con densing moisture and carrying away all odors through the drain. The family's Health Is safe with food kept In the McCray. Come ta and hare ns esplaln the many fine points about the McCray. A size, style and price to suit you. Pensacola Crockery Co. IKE HIRSCHMAN, Mgr. 21 East Garden St. Phone 613 "LIKE? TsWIT Si200TMEZST9 RSCNB'ST - MZal WEST GREZARfl" That is what you will say when you use The subject of "Peace and War" is uppermost in the minds of the people of our country. Jas. L. Slayden, Unit ed States congressman of Texas, and one of the most distinguished orators in the south, will address an audience of several thousand in the large audi torium of the Florida Chautauqua Association on this subject Saturday night at 7 o'clock. Special trains will leave Pensacola and River Junction and air points on the Yellow River Division as far north as Georgiana, coming to De- Funiafc Springs for this celebrated lecture. A program of music will be render ed in the morning, and in the aft ernoon a baseball game between the University of Florida and Palmer College will be played on the campus of Palmer College. Many people from throughout thi3 section are figuring on amending DeFuniak Springs on April 8th. The usual excursion rate, one dol lar round trip, will be in effect on this day. STORM RAGES OFF THE VIRGINIA COAST "Washington, Aprfl 4. The south ern storm was off the Virginia capes this morning and moving northeastward. Moving jobs. ' Phone 400. in your delicate cookery. Fine cooking is an art the art of choosing the exactly right ingredients and combining them in such a way that you bring out all the hidden flavors. Women who have made cooking a science use Borden's Evaporat ed Milk as they would fresh milk or cream. .When you have a supply of Borden's Evaporated Milk in your pantry you are rHv for anv cooking emersrencv. When guests come in to spend the evening Borden's Evaporated Milk solves the problem of cream for the coffee. If unex pected friends arrive just before dinner Borden s Evaporated Milk makes it easy to whip up a hurried dessert. Use it to cream soups, make discuus, pies, caKes, puddings as well as on your breakfast cereal or fruit. Where the recipe calls for milk and sugar you may prefer to use Gail Bor den EagleBrand Condensed Milk. 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