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the penMScoLA JOUkUM y. SHERIFF QRGAF41ZES FOHCE OF DEPUTJES Sweeping changes will be made at the county jail and in the sheriff's of -f ice, -beginning tomorrow, when Jas. . C. Van Pelt assumes charge of the of fice. One office man, who has made a good record under the retiring sheriff, will remain in the office. This is J j Lawrence Mayo, who will hold under Sheriff Van Pelt the same position which ho has creditably filled under the retiring sheriff. John A. Kirkpatrick will be chief office deputy,- it is announced, and with Deputy Mayo, will constitute the sheriff's office force. The headquar ters of the sheriff will be at the ounty jail as usual. ' The day jailer will be W. A. Beall, it is announced, and the night job will be held by Lester Van Pelt, son of the new sheriff. The outside men or deputies will be: C. G. Hartsfield, chief deputy, and Messrs. Henry Fil lingham and Frank E. Bayless, all of whom have been in the past connected with the sheriffs office. : Sheriff Van Pelt and all his depu ties have duly qualified, and will all be ready to take charge of their "re spective offices on Tuesday when they will be sworn in. It is expected that this ceremony will take place Tues day forenoon, when the other men . will vacate and turn over to the new r officials all documents, keys, prop erty, etc. Sheriff Van Pelt announces that he will continue to reside at Olive, where ' he has a well-stocked farm. Four years ago, when defeated by the man he today succeeds, Sheriff Van Pelt moved out to the farm, and has been ' residing there ever since. He holds the unique distinction of being one of the few men who have "come back" Sn the county of Escambia. The Journal's "Want Ad columns is a first-class medium. SOCIETY FAVORITE SUES FOR DIVORCE ir y i u ; " " nfc. Z i DANGEROUS KNIFE N0511M1 1 v c II ' - . i ' gVVjypKNlNG, JANUARY I, 1917. Mrs. Watriss, regarded one of the most beautiful women in Philadelphia society, has sued for divorce from Frederick N. Watriss, - prominent clubman. Inactivity Causes Constipation Lack of exercise in the winter is a frequent cause of constipation. You feel heavy, dull and listless, your complexion is sallow and pimply, and energy at low ebb. Clean up this con dition at once with Dr. King's New Life Pills, a mild laxative that re lieves the congested intestines with out griping. A dose before retiring will assure you a full and easy move ment in the morning. 25c t.t your Druggist. Adv. ADVERTISED LETTERS Kindly say' Advertised when calling for these letters: Andrews, Jos. Atwell, It. R. Barrett, D. S. Burns, Jim Bruce, W. W. Bell, F, S. Buckonas, E. E. . Blase, H. D. . Burlison, Cap. H. Brownell, J. A. Brooking, W. R. Buck, W. H. iCobbs, Birley ICorigliana, G. jCoffey, Jas. i Carey, Roy Dubose, Jessie ' Davis, CM. (6) ' Donald, H. E. iDebose, Lodel Faster, Chas. Gill, Laurence .Hallock, Chas. fHart, J. B. Allen, Anna Boswell Edna Bonifay, Eugene Beck, Jennie Baker, Josephine Bonifay, Rosa Bangan, Ruby Boutwell, Tennie E lac km an, Alice Brinkley, Christine Britton, Mrs. G. H. Brown, Jannie Browning, Ida Brint, Minnie, Mrs. Cook, Martha Calhoun, Mrs. Norsis Collina, Mary Clarke, Clarence, Mrs. Crowdusl, Nora M. Clarke, Minnie Daniels, Elizabeth Dickens, Lillie W. S. MEN. Lewis, Magor Launsberry, N. Lee, Dr. Fountain, Geo. Herman, Geo. Haskins, Mr. and Mrs. L. ..Harris, R. L. Henry, Edw. Hearn, Geo. Henderson, H Ideal Trading Co. Jordain, Jim Johnson, Willie Kindrich, L. J Koret, Moss Malichia, Henry Moore, Lucius , Merritt, W. A. McDonald, Chas. McCloud, John McComice, John McFarland, Samuel . WOMEN. Dowling, Nora Daniels, Teresa Echols, Mrs. A. Evans, Mrs. M. A. Fountain, Geo. Ferguson, May Howard, Emma Holcomn, Mrs. E. W. Hughey, Jinnie Irwin, Mrs. Basil L. Johnson, Sallie Mrs. Kelly, Dora Lewis, Beatrice Loyd, Mrs. John Lemavern, Ida Ladel, Lela Lyons, Lucile ("2) Lansion, Mrs. Win. Morle, Mrs. C. A. Malone, Lela Monroe, Lillie B. McGee, Alice. McKenter, J. K. Nelson, Junie Nelson, Phill Thillips, John I'erry, W. L. Pleasant, Lumon Pensacola Hdw. Co. . Picher, Stanton Ramsey, J. H. Rolin, Auther Rogers, C. B. Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Suggs, J. R. Skads & Mason Shepard, C. E. , Slaughter, H. C. Stevens, M. L. - Tiarting, L. W. Uncle Sam Dis. Co. Voorhier, W. B. Whiteside & Cobb (Box, 156) McLeod, C. L., Mrs. McCullagh, - Cras. T. Mrs. McEwen, Chas. Mrs. Nicholson, Clarence, Mrs. Nielsen, Mrs Hats Mabel, Lottie Mrs. Odone, Mildred Pomerl, Lottie Patrick, Mamie Powell, Sissie Rivers, Susie Sanders, Willie, Mrs. Smith, Nora, Mrs. Taylor Ollie, Mrs. Upp, Mrs. Willie H. Wall, Lennie, Mrs. White, Eva. Wast, Roland, Mrs.'' Wimbly, Mrs. Lizzie Williams, C. A., Mrs. Williams, Bremi & Bell Anna Wallace, colored, residing at 417 West Belmont street, was found by John Lattimore, also colored, ly ing on the street, near the corner of Jackson and Coyle streets, at 6:30 o'clock last night, suffering from a number of , serious knif wounds. The wovn.n was unconscious at the time, but after being brought to her senses, informed officers that anoth er colored woman named Urana Jor dan, residing on North Coyle street, kicked her while she was on the street i . v. a ie sufferer was taken to a nearby drug store and many stitches were re quired to close the wounds, many of which were across the face, one being over the "heart. ' Special Officers Nichols and Shack elford, were notified, and 10 o'clock they arrested the Jordan woman ct the corner of Wright and C street, where she was hidden under a bed. The woman calmly told the officers that she was the one who had inflict ed the knife wounds on the other, saying that she had tried to keep the Wallace woman away from her hus band. She said she found T?lem to gether last night, and when the Wal lace woman began cursing her, "I went to cutting, and I done a good job," according to her statement in the police station. VITAL STATISTICS White Births. To Esura Dunaway and wife, a girl. PH A T TT t mm xo a. is. nouseman ana wile, a boy. To Nick Nickouse- and wife, a girl. To Frank Arderson and wife, a bov, To Victor F. Hoist, Jr. and wife, a boy. To A. E. Taylor and wife, a girl. Colored Biffhs. To Freddie "Baylor anu wife, a boy To John Springer and wife, a boy. White Deaths. W. S. Abbott. 46 vears. James Irvin Sizer, 76 years. Wm. H. Connors, 58 years. Agnes Dell Costello, 81 years. . Wm. Donald Todd, 3 years. Mercy McCloskey, 89 years. Wra. J. Griffin, 46 years. Ernest J. Muller, 25 years. Peter Brun, 57 years. Infant of Victor Holsf, 3 days. Caroline Trawick, 68 years. Mrs. J. W. Brooks, 63 years. Alice Kortsch, 3 years. MARRIAGE LICENSES. -White. Charles A. Gorman o Maggie Manning. Albert R. Johnson to Josephine Westmark. ' . - R. E. Hetton to Lillie Emmett. Peter Mondello to Nincenca Cottito. ' Negro. Antone Emanuel to Sadie Robinson. Frank Kelly to Sophie Kelker. Ed. McWilson to Jessie Lecarter. Wm. Thornton, Jr., to Rosetta J. Grant. f ! if nrn n UUJ IT UU'Ll . '. ' .? The increasing cost of labor and raw materials (particularly cotton fabrics) has made it necessary to advance prices to dealers and consumer's, ef fective January 1, 1917, 15 per cent on Pneumatic Automobile Casings and Motor Cycle Tire Cas ings and 10 per cent on Pneumatic Tubes and Motor Truck Tires. Present abnormal conditions fully justify a greater increase, and should they continue, a further in crease may. become necessary. THE GOODYEAR TIRE & RUBBER CO. AKRON, OHIO mmi0 WblfB&&IWMi3 W!' r 0 AKRON GOODYEAR TIRES, HEAVY TOURISTS TUBES AND TIRE SAVER" Accessories are easy to get from Goodyear Service Station Dealers everywhere. PRESIDING ELDER IS HEARD BY if Presiding Elder R. A. Moody preached very strong sermons at the First Methodist churcE at 11 a. m. and again at 7:30 p. m., Sunday, and at both services very large congrega tions were present and listened to the excellent discourses. : ' Rev. Mr. Moody is recognized as one of the strongest ministers in the South Alabama Methodist conference, and his year's work here in Pensa cola is expected to result in much good. imHTE STEAMER ALONGSIDE WHARF Eighteen days out from Junin, Peru, the Norwegian steamship Taun ton, which arrived up late Saturday afternoon, was given pratique during yesterday and steamed over to the slip between the L. & N. railroad warehouses. At an early hour today the Taunton will start discharging her cargo, . consisting of about 1550 tons, from the Chilean nitrate fields. The greater part of this product U. S. SUBMARINE AGROUND SECOND TIME 4 ' V r - - - ' ? - - , , i ' i . A.. ... V . V 'L 4. 5 ' 7 v Vv - in a !'"".wtimjynat.!-:.....j iinwwiii'g n-Mwimwjo:"-!-;.i.r A Happy New Ye ar to You Certainly I am happy for the very generous sup port you gave me in the June primary for the office of State Railroad Commissioner. Indeed, I am sure that more of the good people of this state voted for me than promised to, as I was only out for a short time before the election and did not have time to see very many of you in person. However, you were loyal and considering the length of time out, certainly I made a' most creditable race. Of course I am very happy over it so much so that I am going to do the bidding of my many friends and be a candidate for the same office in 1918. I am asking that you kindly keep me in mind, giving me your support at that. time. B.J.FORD, Candidate for Railroad Commissioner in 1918. Paid Advertisement. will be stored in the warehouse bins, it is said, because of the pressing need for cars at this point. A lot, however, will be transferred from the steamer's bins directly to cars on tracks within reach of the steamer's tackle. Dr. Saunders has returned. HOTEL ARRIVALS Flando, Cinti; Otto Fromholz, Cinti; A. Freise, Chicago; Mrs. M. Griffin; Miss Mamie Howard, Mobile; XV. D. Henderson, Cinti; C. H. Lowell and wife, Michigan; A. Petersen and wife, Berlington; Norman Peel; E. R. Tau rate and wife. J The United States submarine H-3 lying on a shoal near Eurekn, Cal., where it rai. aground in a fog. The submarine was in a similar accident a year ago. This time the crew had a narrow escape. . Chlorine gas was generated in the interior of The submarine and the men escaped death by huddling together in turns in the conning tower. SAN CARLOS. J. W. Williams, Chipley; George Warrington, Washington, D. C; Mrs. J. A. Campbell, Chattanooga; L. B. McLeod and wife, Mobile;. A. Ash, New Orleans; John Van Namee, Bos ton; C. R. Hatcher, Atlanta; C. H. Masters, Georgia; J. W. Culver, New Orleans; Rufus Pennington, Blount s town; W. L. Hutchison, Andalusia; Miss Julia Allen, Mobile; R. H. Cut ter; B. C. Dowling, Jacksonville; Wm. Freckles and His Friends Well It's A Profit, At That! ' " " fwi. --3 1 ULA r ' ksaSEs&e . . . - - :: By Bl A FELLA JUST PMO 1 m,Htw ASOur plT'-. -S?- ME "THIRTV- FIVE N' tW IKlfiY CENTS FEB. SOME ft WWW ? NBAH.' M ? QUARTER, IS C0UKtERiWtJ' 'VnJ;--!:- osser Will pay for the disgrace to Steal 25 50 After an experience of rears, during which time million Americans av nted Kondon's Catarrhal Jelly, th manufacturers of this remedy feel so sure that it will relievo catarrh that they offer to pay for a chance to prove its bencn': to any catarrhal sufferer. They announce that any resident ot' this community can go to aimer: any dru store and get a com plimentary trial can at thes expense of the manufacturers.. If the druggist ha3 no gratultoun packages, the person may buy ii 25 cent tube with the unqualified: understanding that if that first tube does not do that person, more than a dollar's worth of good, he or she can get their quarter back from either the druggist, or the Kondon. Com pany at Minneapolis. Over 35,000 druggists know Kondon's. Catarrhal Jelly is effective,, harmless, dean and pleasant to apply and they know the Kondon people will gladly liv; up to this offer "quarter back. if not worth a dollar." Addrass 1 t t r 4 U&tNEAPOUS. VCXN.