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THE PENS ACOL A JOURNAL, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 14, 1916.
ss: The Expected Gift on National Candy Day , Get a B ox of Candies ' Best, purest and mo st wholesome. None are superior. This celebrated Candy Day cannot pass with out sending to the one you best love a box of famous candy. The Crystal Pharmacy THE Jvi STORE mm T T HOLDING REVIVAL SOLDIERS TO PLAY ATHLETICS SUNDAY Pensacola, St. Andrews and Gulf Steamship Co. Steamer Tarpon rmsrr class passenger and FREKWT SERVICE -BtwM PENSACOLA, MOBILE. APALACHI. COLA, CARRA BELLE. T. AN DREWS, PANAMA CITY, MH.LVILLK. , And All Points On St. Andrew Ha-r, Carrabiile and Aoalachlcola SCHEDULE! Luvm Pensacola, Sunday 8:30 p. m. for Mobile, Ala. Leaves Moblla, Monday, 6:00 p. nu Leavea Pensacola, Tuesday 0:00 p. m. for St. Andrews, Mlllvllle, Apalachlcola, Carraballe and Intermediate points. R. J. REAQER. General Freight and Passenger Ageni. Ponaaeela. Fla- pbsiw SMITH IS ELECTED The Ready-to-Wear Store If It's New, You Will Find It Here 9 and 11 South Palafox The Parlor Market "Hevne of All TheVe Pure Fresh Western Meats. POULTRY, EGOS AND GROCERIES. PHONES 17S-174." GREEN MR Ml BPKC1AL TO THE JOURNAL Marianna, Fla., Oct. 13. --The can vass of the returns from the city pri mary of Tuesday show the election of W. E. D. Smith for mayor, defeat ing John M. Calhoun; who was last year elected on a reform ticket. Four councilmen were chosen,' as follows J. C. Davis, D. P. Daniel, Dr. R. S Pierce and W. H. Milton. In the race for marshal, H. A. Hampton and H. T. Belser will have to make the race for a majority vote. " SPECIAL TO THE JOURNAL. Milton, Oct. 13. The Rev. Mr. Henson, of Monroeville, Ala., began revival services at -the Milton Bap tist church Thursday evening. Mr. Henson preached f or . this congrega tion a few weeks ago, and it was un derstood at the . time that there was the prospect , of the church, extending him a call to the pastorate. So far as the general public is aware the matter has . not yet taken shape. It may be that by the time special serv ices are . over, an understanding may be reached. When Mr. Henson was here it was understood that he made a very fine impression on the congre gation, as well as on the members of the church. The Commissioner's Court of Santa Rosa County has had a busy session this week. Probably most of the work, except the determination to ad here to the advanced 'policy of tick eradication and farm demonstration was routine, but it was not the less mportant. The very efficient and obliging dep uty clerk in Clerk Thompson's office, Miss Gracy C. Green, is off on her vacation. ' She is spendine: a few weeks in Texas visiting friends anc taking a .well earned rest for a short time. Miss Olive Creary, who has for quite a long time been a stenograph er in the office of the Bagdad Land and Lumber Company, has resigned and returned to her home in Pensa cola. Her friends at Bagdad and at Milton will miss her, not only from the office where she rendered such ef ficient service, but also in the socia circles, where she is in high favor. DEERLAND. The third game of a series between the Athletics and the team of the 22d company, C. A. C, will be played Sunday- afternoon on the post diamond upon the arrival of the two o'clock car. - Keen interest, centers in the out come of this particular game, for of both, of the two former games each team has taken one. For this reason the teams will make probably the best showing of the season, and draw large crowds. The game last Sunday brought out the largest crowd ever to witness a game at the fort, and as no admission is charged, an even greater attendance is expected tomor row. , The Athletics will use their regular line-up, with W. Bonifay in the box. Slight changes will probably be made in the soldiers' line-up, and both teams are determined on a hard fight for the series. . TALK ON DOCTRINE ATONEMENT" S UN WORKING At the Church of Christ, Scientist, Sunday morning at 11 o'clock, the subject for consideration will be "The Doctrine of Atonement," and it is urged that as large an attendance as possible be on hand. ;-. The rest of the services will be as usual. . Traffic Cops Please Note K ON SPANISH TRAIL SPECIAL TO THE JOURNAL. Holt, Fla-, Oct. 13. A great move merit has been started here for the building of the Old Spanish Trail link between Milligan and the Okaloosa county .line west of here, where the work is already being done by Santa Rosa county across that county. An election has been called to vote a bond issue to build this link between Milligan and Holt and soon the high way will stretch clear across Oka loosa county. The assurance of the bridge at Ferry Pass and Floridatown on this great national nignway has given a greater activity to road building and the good roads spirit in this section. With the erection of the bridge across the bay at . Ferry Pass, which has re cently been chartered by the state government, the line will be com plete from, the extreme western part of the state to near Tampa. The good roads movement is welcomed by the people of Holt and vicinity, who are very anxious for the necessary bridges and connections, to be made as early as possible. The Baptist Association has been in session this week a few miles north of Holt. It is the association for Okaloosa county, and has been well attended. A splendid revival, which has been running at the Methodist church here for the past week, closed Tuesday nigeht. It is believed to have been the. greatest and most sweeping re vival meeting ever conducted here. Rev. D. A. Sellers is closing up a very successful year's pastorate here. It is believed that the big mill of the W. T. Smith Sons Co. here will be started up again by January 1. This is one of the largest and best mill plants in West Florida, "4 . - ' ' Ge4a4asieV9fa030Wii&ftXdMM6 ..iiiii Pensacola Launch and . Machine Co. Two Sets Marine Ways. Willard Service Station. Skiffs and "Motor Boats Built and Repaired. P. L. Brown, Mgr. Phone 662 E. 0. HOFFMAN & SONS S7 and 69 East Gregory Phono 825. Alaga Syrup, 10c size, for .23c Hershey's Cocoa, 8-oz cans . . . . 19c Pimentos, s per can 11c Deerland, Fla., Oct. 13. We are having dry and warm weather for the season of the year. Mi6s Lela WoTk is at home , this week with a case of mumps. She hopes to be able to open her school again Monday morning. There is quite a good deal of com ment made on the Catts and Knott question in the supreme court. The automobile fever has struck our community. There have been two new Fords sold in the past week. . Wl J. Davis, our county commis sioner for this district, was in Milli gan Tuesday looking after the wel fare of the county. The contract for the bridge across Shoal river at the Cox bridge was awarded to Mr. Stewart. When com pleted it will be the best and longest bridge in the county, and one that is greatly needed. ' The knights of the grip are getting to be very numerous in our town these days. Mrs. W. J. DuRant and daughter have moved here from Valdosta, and are located at the mill, where Mr. DuRant is general manager. We wel come all such good people to our community. , Mr. T. M. Moore will have his mill ready to run this week. He is located just east of Deerland. We wish him success and prosperity. ' USED IT ELEVEN YEARS There is one remedy that for many years has given relief from coughs colds, croup and whooping cough. It is probably the best known family cough medicine in the world and be cause it contains no opiates is strong ly recommended for children as well as adults. Mrs. Chas. Rietz, Allen Mills, Pa., writes: "I have used Fo ley's Honey and Tar for eleven years and I would not be -without it." It promptly relieves hoarseness, tickling throat, bronchial coughs, ' inflamed and congested membranes and per mits refreshing sleep. D'Alemberte'a Pharmacy. Adv. ft j f. n i ' fi rti ' I T am 4m'-K : SA ? $ VIVIAN MARTIN, MOROSCO STAR IN PARAMOUNT PICTURES." Vivian Martin has Juet Invested part of her big Income in a new auto- of oomrortaDie proportions, in which milady will drive to her afternoon tea on such days as Old Sol refuses to Illuminate things for the benefit of the moving picture camera. The new member of her auto family Is said to be capable of aispiaying unnsuai speed, in. ract, we are told that it Is a difficult matter for even such a capable driver as the Morosco-Paramount star to keep the gasolene consumer witnin me limits or the law. However, who could enforce the law when Vivian smiles? Home's Market Specials For Saturday Porterhouse Steak, per lb.. 18c Loin Steak, per lb 15c Round Steak, per lb....... 15c Rib and No. 7 Steak, per lb 15c Best Cuts Roast, per lb .....15c Veal Roast and Cheaps, per lb. . . .1 Mutton Roast and Chops, per lb. . .15c Western Pork, per lb .... . . . . . . . 23c Country Pork, best cut, per lb. . . .18c Country Pork, good cuts, per lb.. 15c Country - Style Smoke Sausage, per lb. 20c Vienna Sausage, per lb.......... 18c Fresh Pork Sausage, per lb 18c Breakfast Bacon, 1-lb. carton.... 35c Breakfast Bacon, home sliced, per lb 30c Fresh Yard Eggs, per doz 35c Fresh Country Eggs, per doz 33c Give me a trial order. I handle only best western meats at all times, t F. S. Home Phone 1357. SWANS DOWM The Choicest of Fine Biscuit Flours TEN billion dollars a year are spent in the United States for family mainte nance; In your share of that big budget you can be sure of full value in money, nutri tive strength and excellence in your "Staff of life, if you make it from Swans Down. It is a perfect flour of creamy whiteness and easy-working qualities, therefore bakes into whiter, lighter, finer biscuits, bread and cakes. Requires far less than the orcHnary amount of shortening because of its abso lute purity. We Have Made Flour Since 1856 But this new Swans Down is our finest achievement of brains, experience and the lat-; est, finest machinery. Every grain of wheat is cleaned, refined, tested, milled and, graded to give you all its per fect goodness. You probably already know Igiehearts "Self-Rising Flour made from Swans Down the surest, easiest way to bake goodies m a nffy. WEST FLORIDA GROCERY CO Distributers. 1 X 4 t ... P'l M t I k I '3STy w ... 1 uisxnouxera. a Everything For the Sportsman What is the sport in which you take the keenest in-, terest? Is.it Tennis, Hunting", Fishing, Golfing? No matter what it is, you will find here the equipment necessary for its enjoyment. Tennis Rackets, nets, balls, golf sticks, and balls; fishing rods and tackle, shot guns, rifles and revolvers, ammunition of all makes. Everything, in fact, that helps gladden the heart of an out-door man is here. The next time you pass our way step in for a moment not to buy, but simply to become acquainted. The pleasure, we are sure, will be mutual. Wilson-Biggs Co. "The Sportsmen's Store." ARMS. CYCLES, FISHING TACKLE, ETC. AUDITS. s EXAMINATIONS. rm TT rmA nrvirpr Public Accountant LAio U o LviAlUIlLLC '9 and Auditor Telephone 684 202 South Palafox Street - Pensacola, Fla. ACCOUNTANT IYITIMI. EFFICIENCY FNOINEER. 417 N. Tarragona St. L. E. 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