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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 22, 1916.
1 The Appreciation of a Loyal Clientele Is and haa always been a greatly valued, asset of this bank. It has been our pleasure to have customers express their satisfaction with and . approval of the service we render; these customers tell others. We have not only the inclination and the facilities to serve you we have in addition the earnest desire to so extend our rervice as to win the continued praise of present patrons and to toprden the scope of our endeavors to the entire business community. Call In and see us. Or ENSAOOLA. rLA v UNITED STATES OEPOSfTOKY) Let us help you dress stylishly for Easter. You can easily find here the clothes that suit you best on easy terms. GAUNS. 26 South Palafox. r TERSELY TOLD.. J George C. Perkins, assistant man ager ' of the Mutual JJ1 e Insurance Company, is stopping at the San Carlos. " Towing the barges Peter and Ern est, the tug Leroy left yesterday for Havana, Cuba, the bad weather of the past couple of days tending to pre vent the departure of tug and tow. The barges carried more than half a million superficial feet of timber and lumber for the Cuban capital. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace W. Purdy, of 1002 East Llowd street, announce the birth of a fine boy, who arrived at their home at an early hour yes terday morning. SHIPPING NEWS. . Arrived. Steamer Willapa, Am, 438, John sdn, Frontera, to Robert Tuemler. Sailed. Urug bk Port Sonachan, for Barce lona. . VESSELS IN PORT. Steamers. Wfllapa, Am, 433, Johnson, Fron tera, to Robert Tuemler. Yserhandel, Belg, 1859, Vande Velde, Cardiff, to Pensacola Lumber ard Timber Co - - - - - ' , Emanuel, .Swed, 972, Jonsson, Co penhagen, to M. A. Quina Export Co. Rudolf Blumberg, Ger, 1077. Lucia, Aust, 4747, Ivancich. Vogesr-, Ger, 2356, Paulsen. ' Barks. Dione, Nor, 780, Martinssen, Liver pool, to Geo. W Howe. Australia, Nor, 1165, Gjeruldsen, Havre, to M. A. Quina Export Co. Equator, Rus, S47, Assar, Bilboa, to Order. ' Lawhill, Rus, 2749, Janssen, Liver pool, to Gulf Transit Co. Argo, Swed, 1541, Adamsen, Havre to H. Paulsen. Manx King, Nor, Moller, ir99, Lit erpool, to Geo. W. Howe Co. ' Albyn, Rus. 1992, Karlssen, Bilboa, to Geo. W. Howe & So. KflmalHe, Br, 1518, Henry, Dublin, to Quina Export Co. Schooners. J. Manchester Haynes, Am, 720, Rickson, Havana, to J. A. Merritt & Co. Harriet T. Beacham, Am, 266, Nicklas, Caibarien, to Master. Frances V. Sawyer, 322 Duffy, Mar- unique, to A. Zelius. Charlevoix, Br. 427, Roberts, Ha vana, to Master. UP. CLEARED AND SAILED FOR PENSACOLA. Barks. Hedwig, Nor, 1181; sailed Birken- rihaad Jan. 9. ' Firth of Donroch. 637; sailed Car Iairl Nor. 28. Christian, Rus., 919; saflsd from London, Nov. 24. Dagmar, Swed 1997; sailed from Glasgow, Nov. 4. Centurion, Br. 1704; sailed Fleet wood March 4. Marpesia, Nor. 1590; sailed Glasgow Feb. 29. Ships. Anna Alwina, Rus, Grewe, 821, Gi braltar, to master. What Are That's not an unfair who is afflicted with some form of blood trouble. If yoe are using S. S. S. to cleanse your blood then your method is alright. Pur and healthy blood makes strong and vig orous bodies S. 5. 5. win be the means ot help ing voa realize this oualky if your blood is no' op to par. Step into trip to town and get Drop our Medical blood ill niiiy advise you iree. noom w. , V- j U s The SimTSrscmc Co., Atlanta, Ga. S-rfj A t : i - . I U. S. Department of Agriculture, Weather Bureau. CHARLES F. MARVIN, Chief. DAILY WEATHER BULLETIN. Pensacola, Fla., April 21, 1916. Pensacola's Temperature Data. Highest on record for April, 92 de grees. Lowest on record for April, 34 de grees. Highest temperature yesterday, 77 degrees. Lowest temperature yesterday, 59 degrees. Day temperatures in April usually rise to 74 degrees. Night temperatures in April usually fall to 60 degrees. Pensacola's Rainfall Data. jtainiaii tor nours ending 7 p. m., Z.1Z inches. Normal rainfall for the month of April, 3.16 inches. Total rainfall this Arril to 7 v. m., 4.29 inches. Deficiency to March 31st, 9.63 inches. ' fonn urn. ga. aw. Craft winds winds wiads T TV wlai J. Abilene, clear 78 Atlanta, clear 64 82 70 50 64 76 50 68 78 48 72 56 78 60 70 58 66 38 80 76 78 60 70 72 80 - 77 88 56 . 54 52 68 62 68 78 76 62 86 50 .16 .04 .04 .16 .02 Boston, cloudy ...... 44 Buffalo, clear CO Baltimore, rain 64 Chicago, rain 44 Denver, cloudy ...... 68 Galveston, clear ..... 72 Green Bay, rain 40 .16 Hatteras, clear 68 Huron, clear ......... 54 Jacksonville, cloudy ..-70 Kansas City, clear ... 60 Knoxville, clear 62 .16 .56 .22 Louisville, cloudy .... 48 Memphis, clear 64 Minneapolis, rain 35 72 70 73 50. 63 .48 3.68 .40 .14 Mobile, clear Montgomery, clear New Orleans, clear. . . New York, cloudy North Platte, clear . . . Oklahoma, clear ..... 70 Palestine, clear 76 PENSACOLA, clear . . 74 Phoenix, cloudy 84 Pittsburg, rain 54 2.12 8 .52 .01 Perrtland, Ore., pt. c. 54 St. Louis, cloudy 50 Salt Lake City, cloudy. 66 San Francisco, clear . . 62 Sheridan, pt. cldy..... 64 Shreveport, clear .... 72 Tampa, cloudy 70 Toledo, cloudy 52 Washington, cloudy .. 64 Williston, cloudy ..... 50 .12 .08 .56 Weather, barometer readings, wind directions and wind velocity at 7 p. m. along the Gulf coast: Brownsvile, clear ... 29.P6 Corpus Christ!, clear. 29.?8 Galveston, clear .... SO.00 New Orleans, clear. . 29.94 Mobile, clear 29.92 PENSACOLA, clear. 29.93 Tampa, cloudy 29.92 E. . . E. 16 S. 14 NW. .. NW. .. NW. .. SW CATTLE ASSOCIATION TO ELECT OFFICERS The Escambia County Cattlemen's Association will meet at Molino, Fla., Monday, April 24, at 2:00 p. m. at which time directors from all parts of the county will be present and all others who are interested are re quested to be present. , You Doing? Question to ask a person any drug store on your next a bottle of S. S. S. Department a statement trouble. They will rrxTtoNs if .-IB it t riff i HO DEFENDANTS OR SPECTftTORSlH THE RECORDER'S COURT MOST UNUSUAL C O N D I TI 0 N WAS PRESENTED WHEN THE FRIDAY SESSION OF THE CITY COURT WAS CALLED. Just what brought about the con dition was not even hinted at, but when yesterday's session of the re corder's court was called to order, there was- not a defendant present, nor a spectator occupying seats set apart for the audience, and the re corder and chief were at a loss to know whether to cite someone in contempt, or just call it off for the day, thus hanging up a record never heretofore made. Five or six cases, however, were docketed. Two defendants the night before had pleaded guilty;, bondsmen for two others had entered a guilty plea, and two cases were nol prossed. The total revenue, therefore, from the Friday morning session of the court was less than twenty dollars. This was the first time, according to officers many years in the service that such a record had been made: Fewer cases have been docketed for trial at a session, but this was the first time, they claimed, that there were no defendants, witnesses or spectators, and the fact was much discussed in police circles yesterday, some going 60 lar as to lay the ap proach of the county primary had a great deal to do with it. SITU ROSA SID AS A DECORATION ROBERT VARNON, LATE A RES IDENT OF PENSACOLA, USES SNOW WHITE MATERIAL TO BEAUTIFUL ADVANTAGE. Robert M. Varnon, well known In Pensacola, where he was manager of the Pearl Furniture Company, has Just opened In Greenville, South Carolina, one of the largest depart ment stores in the state. In an extended notice of the opening of the new store Che follow- ing comment was made on an inno vation, which is well worthy of note "An interesting item of the open ing of this establishment was the lovely white sand with which the floor of the down stairs department was covered. Entering one was sure uuoxi saib vi Bugat uut upon inquiry it was found that this was a lovely white sand taken from Santa Rosa island, just off the coast of Florida, I and which is said to be the whitest sand in the world." SCHOOL TEAMS IN WELL-PLAYED GAME GRAMMAR SCHOOL DEFEATS THE FAST HIGH SCHOOL NINE IN CLOSE SCORE, ON EAST HILL PLAYGROUNDS. In an interesting game of base ball on the East Hill playgrounds, the grammar school deieatea the high school by a score of 6 to 5. The game was close all the way, from start to finish, and furnished many thrills to the manv Rnpptfttnra xcVm were there to root for their teams. Early in the game the grammar school took the lead, scoring in the second inning. The high school did not score until the " fourth, and tallied again m the sixth. Neither team scored again until' the ninth, when the high school tied the score. The grammar school came back in the last half of the ninth, and shoved across the winning run. The feature of the game was the pitching of Clarence Morgan for the grammar school. Batteries were as follows: For the grammar school, .C Morgan and R. Smith; for the high school, L. Morgan, J. Shepard, J. Hirschkovitz and F. Henderson. Subject to Bilious Attacks. Mrs. J. H. Stroh, Akron, N. Y., says: "About a year ago when I be gan taking Chamberlain's Tablets 1 was in a badly weakened and run down condition. 1 frequently had bil ious attacks that lasted lor several days, during which time i was so mis erable I could scarcely drag myself about the house. Since using three bottles of Chamberlain's Tablets 1 have felt like a new woman." Cham berlain's .Tablets only cost 25 cents per bottle. Obtainable everywhere. Adv. RESIGNATION OF R . . E. RICE RESIGNS FROM EAST HILL BAP TIST CHURCH, BUT WILL RE MAIN IN PENSACOLA IN HST v HILL CHURCH. The Rev. E. E. Rice has resigned from the pastorate of the East Hill Baptist church. His many friends here will be glad to learn however that Mr. Rice is not leaving Pensa cola, as he is still pastor of the West Hill church, from which he has an nounced no intention of resigning. The East Hill church is temporarily without a pastor, and his former con gregation deplore Mr. Rice's resig nation, as attested by the following resolutions of respect: Dear Brother Rice: We regret very much to have come to the part ing of the ways. We fell that in your .resigning as our pastor, we as a church will be the loser of one of the most fearless, uncompromising, and efficient leaders against sm It has ever been our pleasure to know. Therefore, be it resolved that we (1) In accepting your resignation, express to you our deep sorrow over the necessity which has caused you to take this step, and we pray that you may have many years yet as a leader against sm. (2) That we record here our pro found appreciation to you, for the able services which you have so un reservedly and ably given to us, your promptness and faithfulness were an inspiration to us, which we cannot forget - (3) Assuring you of our deepest interest in you, wherever your lot may be cast, and praying that God may keep you and your family strong in body and mind and soul, and richly reward your labors (4) A copy of this to you and family, one to the Baptist Witness and one each to the daily papers. EAST HILL BAPTIST CHURCH, H. E. FRANKLIN, Clerk. EASTER SERVICES :JT 1ST METHODIST ELABORATE MUSICAL PROGRAM OFFERED AT BOTH SERVICES SUNDAY CATHOLICS AND NON-CATHOLICS INVITED. An elaborate "and beautiful musi cal program has been arranged for church. The orchestra will consist of Pensacola's best amateur and pro fessional talent; and with such musi cians as Director Herbert, Concert Master O Bnen Motta, and Prof. A. C. Reilly, the latter at the organ. The morning service at 10 o'clock will be one of the best musical events ever offered here. Mrs. M. B. Johnson, of Chicago, will sing at the evening service at 7:30 o'clock. Father Allard will like wise deliver a lecture. A large crowd is expected, and both Catholics and non-Catholics are invited. POLITICAL RALLY TUESDAY, APRIL 25 The gale of Thursday evening has come and gone, but there remains one with us, which will rage stronger and stronger until the 6th of June. In order that the claims of the nu merous aspirants to positions of hon or, trust and responsibility, may be known by the citizenry of the western part of the city," and the territory contigious thereto a political rally has been S for Tuesday night, April 25, at 7 :45 o'clock, on the lawn of Mrs. N. V. Clopton, 1010 West Belmont street. refreshing to replenish the speakers when they have exhausted themselves by their vociferous polemics. Remember! Every candidate, every voter, suffragist and anti-suffragist is cordially invited to attend this rally. The placeY-1010 West Belmont. The Time Tuesday night, April 25, 7:45, o'clock. Come! You are welcome! CUT THIS OUT IT IS WORTH MONEY. DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this slip, enclose with 5c and mail it to Foley & Co., Chicago, I1L, writing your name and address clearly. You will receive in return a trial package containing Foley's Honey and Tar Compound, for bronchial coughs, colds ind croup; Foley Kidney Pills, for lame back, weak kidneys, rheumatism, bladder troubles, and Foley Cathartic Tablets, a wholesome and thoroughly cleansing cathartic," for constipation, biliousness, headache and sluggish bowels. D'Alemberte's Pharmacy Adv. DYSPEPSIA MI'S GREATEST ENEMY SAYS L. T. CODPER DISTRESSING MALADY HAS BAF FLED THE MEDICAL PROFES SION FOR MANY YEARS. Explaining the record-breaking de mand for Tanlac, G. F. Willis, south ern representative for L. T. Cooper, manufacturer of the celebrated med lcme, stated recently in Atlanta that the thousands of questions that were being asked all over the south regard ing it make it imperative that some explanation be made to satisfy public interest. bpeaking of Tanlac, he said: 'Thou sands of the most prominent people m fact in the leading cities of the country, where this celebrated medi cine has been accomplishing such re markable results, are even more en thusiastic over Tanlac than Mr, Coop er himself. "In explanation of this, it should be stated that Tanlac is believed to be the first actually direct specific for catarrhal inflammation of the 6tonv ach, or what is more commonly known as dyspepsia, and the complications which follow it." At this point Mr. Willis quoted from one of Mr. Cooper's recent lectures, in which he said: "Of all the dis tressing conditions that afflict hu manity, chronic dyspepsia is prob ably the most prevalent. This most universal malady has bafflled the medical profession for years, and the most skilled specialist have been un able to cope with it successfully. "Hours might be ci6umed in de scribing the sufferings, mental and physical, of the sufferers of chronic dyspepsia, and their failure hereto fore to get relief. A morbid, unreal, whimsical and melancholy condition of the mind, aside from the nervousness and physical suffering, is the usual conditions of the average dyspeptic, and life seems scarcely worth the liv ing. Dyspepsia, or indigestion, as the case may be, is eaused by the tak ing of too much food, or unsuitable food, and the mucous membrane of the stomach becomes irritated, and there is set an acute or sub-acute gas tric catarrhal conditions, which pre vents the proper digestion of the food. This food is apt to ferment and decompose, and as a result the famil iar, distressing symptoms of dyspep sia may arise. In mild cases there is nothing more than an uncomfortable feeling in the 6tomach, with a certain amount of depression, headache, loss of appetite, perhaps belching of gas and occasional vomiting. There rnay be also accompanying intestinal symp toms, such as constipation, pains in the back, colic, etc. There may be only the familiar heartburn due to the inflammation of the stomach from excessive gases of fermentation or putrefaction. In the most severe cases those that last over a day or two the symptoms enumerated may be much more intense. The distress may be marked, and the general con stitutional symptoms more evident. When this stage is reached, the loss of appetite, the mental depression and the general uncomfortable feeling in the stomach are much more pro nounced. This is particularly true in gastritis. "It frequently occurs from contin ued errors in diet that this condition becomes chronic, and the symptoms persist for an indefinite period; the appetite is very apt to be varied, al though at times very good. Heart burn is frequent, if not constant; the stomach Is painful on pressure, the tongue is coated, there is a bad taste in the mouth, and there are changes in the amount of the salivary secre tion. Constipation is also usually present, although diarrhoea may al ternate. "Most cases of dyspepsia can be cured, if the diet is properly looked after, and with the proper treatment. Proper eating and the proper amount of food are the most important fea tures in the treatment Most people eat too fast and eat too much. "One of the most pernicious of all practices' in the treatment of dyspep sia is the promiscuous taking of so many of the so-called proprietary medicines which are so blantly ad vertised in the daily press, many of them being nothing more than alco holic beverages, and their use is not unattended with a great deal of dan ger. The treatment of constipation that is so frequently an accompani ment of dyspepsia by means of pat ent pills, calomel, powders and pur gatives, is positively harmful. "I am convinced," continued Mr. Cooper, "that the stomach regulates the condition of the blood, and is the fountain head of health or disease, as the case may be. My medicine is intended primarily for the regulation of the stomach and the correction of catarrhal inflammation, but it is no uncommon thing for persons who have used it to come to me and explain that it has relieved them of rheuma tism and many ailments not generally recognized as having their origin in stomach trouble." , Genuine Tanlac is sold only and ex clusively in Pensacola by the Crystal Pharmacy; in Bluff Springs by Rhett G. Stanton; in Century by the Cen tury Pharmacy; in Molino by Hall Mason Drug Company, and by Wag gener's Pharmacy, Warrington, Fla. Adv. V & W J La Sfo i-ffc efS 1 LAST DAY BEFORE EASTER! Do your shopping at "Pensacola's Greatest Store," where stocks are complete, assortments greater and values the best for the goods offered. We give you the best attention at all times. Shop WATSON, PARKER & REESE CO. Kid "Everything to Wear Style First." OUR CHALLENGE SALE Gives you an opportunity to make your IHii jKJ purchases at quite a saving. Every member of the family should take advantage of this sale. $1.98 Ladies' Pumps, Dull Kids and Patents, all styles and sizes. $1.49 Ladies' Patent Mary Jane Pumps. 98c Ladies' White Canvas Pumps. 39c Men's Fancy Colored Shirts. Straw Hats, all shapes, $1.00 upwards. . Hosiery for Ladies, Children and Men. Dress Goods, Shirt Waists, Skirts, Men's Furnish ings. Come and reap the benefits of this BIG SALE fJew York 207 South Palafox 1FAY VOTERS C1D1TES FAIR CROWD TURNS OUT, AL THOUGH MEETING HAD NOT BEEN ADVERTISED BY EXEC UTIVE COMMITTEE. SPECIAL. TO THE JOTTRXAU Bonifay, April 20. A fairly large crowd assembled at the courthouse at 2 o'clock this afternoon to listen to the state candidates. The meeting had not been advertised by the state dem ocratic executive committee, other wise the meeting would have been a larger .one. The candidates for governor were I. L. Farris and F. M. Hudson. Judge Hathaway read a letter from Mr. Knott saying official business kept him away. Mr. Catts was not here, but is well known in Bonifay having delivered addresses here on three different occasions. Both can didates for state treasurer, J. C. Luning and Mr. Griner, were pres ent. For superintendent, Sh3- was the only candidate, and for state at torney, ninth judicial circuit, A. D. Carmichael. All the candidates made good speeches. They left by auto for Chip ley, where another meeting is to be held tonight at 8. o'clock. L. & N. EXPERT TO HELP THE FARMER William James, agricultural expert of the Louisville and Nashville rail road, was in Molino Wednesday look ing over the grounds for the location of a dipping vat. His services will be at the disposal of the Escambia County Crop Improvement association for several weeks. Mr. James, while here will be engaged particularly in the campaign for the eradication of the tick, but will assist , in any other work that will benefit the farmers in this county. The Louisville and Nash ville plans to help abolish the tick and to work for a better grade of live stock throughout this section. Molino Advertiser. The Fault Finder. An irritable,-fault finding disposi tion is nearly always caused by in digestion. A man with good digestion and bowels that tact regularly is usually good natured. When troubled with indigestion or constipation take Chamberlain's Tablets. They strengthen the stomach and enable it to perform its functions naturally. They also regulate the bowels. Ob tainable everywhere. av LADIES CAN WEAR SHOES One elze smaller a.fter uein Allen's Foot East, the antiseptic powder for the feet. Shaken Into the shoes and used Into the foot-bath. Allen's Foot-Ease makes tight or new shoes feel easy; gives Instant relief to corns and bunions, prevents Blisters. Callous and Pore Spots. It's the greate-st comfort discovery of the age. Try It today. Sold everywhere, 25c. For FREE trial package. Address, Allen 8. Olmsted, LeP.oy, N. X. Adv. m jl ir si jitil Store Postoffice Block NOTED PHYSICIAN CONDEMNS INJECTIONS FOR BLOOD POISON Elmer Leo, editor Health Culture, stales: "I have never met with a case of blood poison th.it v as curd with injections of arsenic, mercury, salversan. (GOG), neo - su'.vcrsau (Oil), and the like. Another spur ious system is the 'Wasscrman Test.' Many me the innocent cacen which under this test are suspected o? blood poison and subjected to a course of arsenic and mercurial treat ment that in itself is werfe than the disease." Those who submit to poisonous in jections by doctors may get a through ticket to the place where the daises grow and a loving embrace with death. Number 40 for the Blood is a scientific remedy. The in gredients entering into its composi tion are set down in the U. S. Dis pensatory and other reliable medical books as follows: ""Employed in dis- eases of the glandular ystem. In blood poison, scrofula, chronic rheu matism ard catarrh. To remove tu mors, nodes, lupus, gcitre, and all ; scrofulous enlargements. In scalv skin diseases, sores, ulcers, abscesses, mucous patches and copper colored spots." Sold by the Crystal Pharm acy. Adv. MARSTON & QUINA, West Florida' Oldest Furniture House. Exclusive Agents Globe. Wernicke Book Cases. FOR YOUR EASTER FOOTWEAR BON MARCHE ff U effect te t treattoe wf f t eatai-a.i dieekftrgee; If 1 I wi-m pemiewusoBjrjwtsonoM 'llMlT VI I 1 wli? H trtetare.' - w mm-m HaiKrrei la 1 (&, SOLD BT RCGIT. rueel Pest if 4e4red Price U.ot'1 etUaetX3& Preemred by run bvaks CHCMicALCo..cncaceATi.x Let us build you a skiff or screen your home. Pensacola Launch Co. Phone 662. CAU DE CUHED S offerers with Rhenxnatltm, Hevravlrla Kenrltts. Lvmbsge, Sciatic, llhenmstold Arthritis or Goat, Be aaatter how eevero yonr mm Is, writ for mr f Rfl book. Frederick DtRdU, M. D., 7 3 HojUUtn St., Boston, M.SM., Dept. 1032, New Spring Millinery on display at . BRS. HOBDSTROEI'S HllLllfBY 11 end 13 E. 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