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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 11, 1916. Good Things to Eat in great variety at HOYT'I Have you tried a can of Nor manna Brand Codfish Roe its great, only 30c. How about a nice big fat mackerel for 15 cents? - For the children dur-. ing the hot weather try some Ralston Breakfast Food or a package of Petti john's Flour. And there's Bar ring ton Hall Coffee. Hoyt Bros. & Co. 14 W. Garden St. Phone 812 TABULATION SHOWING RESULTS OF THE FLETCHER-STOCKTON ELECTION IN 1914, AND THE BRYAN TRAMMELL ELECTION JUST CONGLUDED 1. Nix's 2. Kupfrians 3. Millview 4. Ferry Pass ..... 5. Klondyke 6. Cantonment . . . . 7. Pine Barren .... 8. McKinnonville . 9. Blue Springs,.., 10. Atmore ........ 11. Walnut Hill.... 12. City ........... 13. City 1.. 14. City 15. City '. 16. Pmeville 17. Brents ........ 18. McDavid ...... 19. Molino ........ 20. Flomaton 21. Muscogee 22. Century 23. Kramer's Gins.. 24. Bavou Grande.. 25. Hendrix Store.. 26. City ........... 27. City 28. City 29. Citv 30. City 31. City 32. City 33. Bratts 34. City 35. East Pensacola. Fletcher, June 2, '14, Stockton, June 2, -'14. Bryan, First. Second. Trammell, First. Second. Primary School at School No. June 12 fo 21 40 $4.00 in advance for six weeks. Grades 1 to 4 MRS. BESSIE T. WILSON Teacher Picnic and uting Days "Rasre days for. a 'IT. ,n per luncheon aftevl a long" . drive in the car 'neath cool 'shaded, and coolfmg' breezes. The lunch is easily planned. Go to vyour phone, tell us. Ve specialize in picnic foods and can supply you; with appe tizing delicacies. Warfield Grocery Company 1566 Phones 1567 37 21 . 40 6 25 5 16 10 24V 1 9 ' 7 10 24 29 5 6 1 19 35 29 5 32 . 4 34 14 32 4 31 3 45 5 13 1 5 3 21 8 7 3 27 1 41 S3 26 6 38 5 24 9 22 ... 23 2 33 9 5 50 121 38 143 18 41 . 9 134 29 137 15 37 . 14 146- 13 147 22 11 7 140 35 167 15 14 7 15 1 10 1 1 18 ' 32 33 4 19 5 18 19 .16 ... 15 2 34 21 ' y 37 4 27 10 42 6 10 5 3 ... 49 23 29 1 50 1 40 '61 65 4 ' 38 6 13 22 12 18 30 2 20 .... 2 1 T 2 5 3 99 28 123 19 44 10 164 , 70 ' 171 ' 19 74 17 ,75 37 69 9 26 9 46 9 40 12 8 3. 67 8 47 5 5 4 79 14 69 11 3 4 103 24 124 10 33 - . 10 47 8 13 5 36 2 147 22 153 18 14 6 20 4 43 3 4 3 1953 700 1935 231 775 16t County City .. Fletcher. Stockton. 632 373 . 1321 327 1953 700 CONFEDERATE VETERAN APPRECIATES BOY SCOUTS OF BIRMINGHAM BY A VETERAN. I have attended' many Confederate ' reunions and l recicon nave gotten into the habit of measuring up the efficiency of the various features the committees had put in operation for the comfort and convenience of their guests. And chiefly those plans Jfor the easy handling of the vast crowds of men and women and young people who wou!4 drop do-ra upon them with the suddenness of a cloud of locusts in Palestine. . I have sometimes noted the ab sence of needed pieparation and the consequent disappointment which would come to old veterans who are not city-wise, and would find them selves alone in the great crowds at FREE TO ASTHMA SUFFERERS A New Home Cure That Anyone Can Use Without Discomfort or Loss of Time W nave a New Method that cures Asthma, and we yrtnt you to try It at our expense. No natter -whether your case is of Ion? standing or recent devel opment, whether It Is present as Hay Fever, or chronic Aiithma, you should send for a free trial of our method. 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Many of these old men are as help less as children as they detrain in the congested terminals, for regardless of badges such as "I live here; ask me,: or of literature, posted or scattered, they don't know who to ask for help- help in finding their lodging places pn arrival, or other places about the city they wish to go to from time to time. " Now, what is the result? They, too often become discouraged and take early trains for home. At home, they tell their neighbors, "it was a mighty poor reunion," and for a long time they carry disappointment in their hearts. , We know this is unjust to the com mittees. These committees have lab ored long and hard on plans to con serve the comfort and convenience of everybody. But we know that the major part of the real veterans who attend our reunions come from the country or the smaller towns, and the city-bred men who usually comprise the committees cannot always foresee the wants of these old friends from the country. As a rule, I secure lodging reserva tions well in advance of the reunion dates and when I land at the station have the number of my room in my pocket. I am tolerably familiar with the principal hotels and streets in most of our larger southern cities, so enjoyed a feeling of superiority as it were, as I step from a crowded train into a crowded terminal. But on May 15th, as I walked through the gate into the station at Birmingham, a brand new feature greeted me and at once made me quite willing to be utterly ignorant of the surroundings. Two boy scouts quick ly stepped up, each taking a suitcase from my hands for I, foolishly, had brought two one asked as to my quarters, if any engaged, and as named the hotel, he asked how would like to get there. I replied, rstreet cars, and the two conducted Hiey do what you9 Ye always wistie d one i i .X Get the Answer; TUESDAY! me quickly to the right car, put me and my baggage aboard and saljjied as they left. Although I hadoeen over the exact ground only two weeks before, I accepted the service with thanks and smiles. The little fellows proceeded with such tact and defer ence that I enjoyed being taken care of. A little later I started from my hotel to "register" and get my reun ion badge. Being halted for a mo ment by a dense crowd which blocked the way to the designated place near by, a boy scout stepped quicklv to my side and asked, "Can I heln you or give you information, sir?" His tone was direct and deferential and kind. "I am looking for the place to regis ter," I said. "IH take you there, then," was the ready response; and follow ing the word with action, he quickly drilled up a passage" through the pack. These two experiences are only specimens of many such I witnessed and personaly enjoyed; I found my self forgetting that I had a fair knowledge of Birmingham, so restful it was to feel absolutely safe in the hands of these bright, alert and court eous boy scouts. Yes, the boy scours were a new and delightful feature. They supplied 3SS o o k 1 Prices Over 8- inch Straight Fans . . $10.00 9- inch Straight Fans . . $11.00 9-inch Oscillating Fans . $15.00 10- inch Straight Fans . . $12.00 10-inch Oscfllating Fans . $16.00 12-inch Straight Fans . . $15.00 'TWO. "ROO jL-S ini the same Look for this trade mark on your fan. hoim but how far dpart in comfort! Half a cent an hour spells the difference between comfort and discomfort on a hot summer's night. For less than a car-fare you can have a cool night's sleep and wake refreshed for the problems of the day . Let us show you how. Look These 'Prices 'Over 12-inch Oscillating Fans . $18.00 16-inch Straight Fans . . $18.00 16-inch Oscillating Fans . $22.50 Ceiling Fan, two speeds . $27.00 Ceiling Fans, three speeds, $30.00 Pensacola PHONE 2010 ectric Gompan and y PHONE 2011 a want which, though varying in de grees, it is true, had been ever present at past reunions. Some one told me there were three hundred of them, but they were every where, it seemed, and be that number above or below the mark, there wera enough of them to duty for the work. Their long reeds as badges of au thority, coupled with smiles and kind words, were more effective in en forcing the limitations to spectators along the line of march in the grand parade than would have been the sharpest Arab lances. My heart went out to the little fellows, and I reckon I hugged a dozen of them. This testi mony is from "only a veteran just back from Birmingham," and he hopes it will reach the eyes of many veter ans and that they will tell other vet erans that when they go to Washing ton in 1917, they will have no trouble in getting around in that big city. If the Washington committees can not supply enough boys of the right stamp, Birmingham "can ship them a few carloads ready trained for the work. Among the echoes of the Birming ham reunion, which course through my brain, come the kindly voices of that legion of Khaki Kids; and when a friend asked me "What feature of the Birmingham reunion especially impressed you," and as all the gran deur of the balls and gayly be-flagged automobiles passed in review, I let them pass, and lifting my hat, re plied, "Boy Scouts, God bless them." 'igr STUHAQlfrrX1 Gall Stones, Cancer and Ulcers of thf Stomach and Intestines, Auto-Intoxication, Yellow Jaundice, Appendicitis and other fatal ailments result from Stomach Trouble. Thousands of Stomach Siiffer- ers owe their complete recoveiy to ilayr'r onderf ul Remedy. I nlike any other for Stomach Ailments. For bp le by Crys tal Pharmacy and all other reliable drug gists. Adv. Human Hair Switches to match your hair, SSc and up Also hair combings mado up Into switches at lowest prices. BBS. KOBDSIKOSr S HIUJ9EEIY 11 and 13 E. INTENDENCIA. MARSTON & QUINA, West Florida' Oldest Furniture 'House. 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