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THjs FKNSAi;olA TOURNAL. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 25, 1917.
3. ONE KILLED IN SHOOT 1G N MILTON SPECIAL TO THE JOURNAL. Milton, July 24. A shooting occur ed at Elliott's still on the Coldwater, a few miles out from Milton, Sunday afternoon, that resulted in the death of one negro and the escape of an other. The difficulty was between Richard Cain and Will Walker. From the information at hand it seems that the trouble arose over Walker's wife, who had been separat ed from her husband for seve51 months and had left the camp at the still- She returned last week and Walker accused Cain of writing to her and inducing her to come back. Cafn denied this and started to walk off when Walker followed him with a drawn pistol and challenged him to join hands and shoot the difference out. Cain is reported to have said that he did not want any trouble and con tinued to walk off. Walker, however, followed him, and after overtaking him is said to have tried to grab the gun that Cain had away from him. One shot was fired into Walker's left hand, going through from front to back. Another shot took effect in his breast, ranging downward; this shot resulted in his death. Both men fired at the same time, Walker's shot shot going wild. Cain made his escape into the swamp, but will doubtless be captur ed in a few days and given a prelimi nary hewing. The sheriff held an ex amination of some of the negroes who were present, but the testimony of all of them seems to indicate that Cain was forced to shoot in self defense. THREE MORE JOIN THE HOME COMPANY Three recruits were received by Company I yesterday at recruiting headquarters, which have been estab lished outside the armory, making a total of five to enlist in the local company since the drive for men started Monday morning. The three names "on the honor roll yesterday are William Henry Smith. Pensacola; O. F. Holt, of Perdido, and Purman F- Hubbard, Pineville- The drive for recruits will continue through the week, and with the re strictions down on enlisting drafted men, it is expected that the local company will soon be up to full war is understood that the company will go into camp on August 1 and move on August 6, as equipment has been ordered from the railroad com pany to move the men to Black Point. ARMY GETS TWO; NAVY DRAWS BLANK Though there were four applicants no one enlistment was received at the local navy recruiting station yester day, in spite of the permission cf drafted men to enlist in this branch of the service. The local army station enlisted two men, Aubrey Mitchell, of Lillian, Ala., and John W. Thompson, of Canton ment. Both left last night for re cruiting hearquarters at Jacksonville. Kill The Flies They Are Dangerous The fly deserves nothing but death. He is utterly useless, ex tremely annoying and dangerous. Help to free your home and com munity of this nasty pest. This can be done with little trouble or ex pense by using BEE BRAND IN SECT POWDER. Its harmless Won't in j are the children or their pets. Bee Brand Insect Powder fan It into Che air. Fliea and mosquitoes die in a few minutes. Will kiU ants, fleas, roaches, bed-bugs, lice, and buB of every kind. ' Directions on package. Look for the Bee Brand Trade Mark. 25c & SOc Everywhere BcCORHId i CO, BW, Ei. MS ABBOTT AUTO REPAIR CO. Palafox and Gregory Streeta Phone 415 DON'T FORGET TO Phone 647 .. .HALLMARK TRANSFER CO. When in Need of Haul ing of Any Kind. HEARING ON CHILD LABOR LAWS REPORT Washington, July 24 After an all Say hearing, textile manufacturers from the south and, north and other interests affected by the child labor law, and advisory committee to the cabinet board for making and publish ing uniform rules, regulations for en forcing the law, announced it will re port conclusions torn arrow. Speakers from the south urged a liberal con struction of law as requirements as to proof of age of children employed, and as to computation hours. G- I. A. FLORAL CLUB MEETS FRIDAY The G. I. A. Floral Club, which was to have met with Mrs. George Von Axelson on Thursday, will meet with Mrs Theodore Muller at her home, 1416 East Gadsden 6treet, Fri day afternoon at 2:30 o'clock- CONSCRIPTION BILL PASSES IN CANADA Ottawa, July 24. The conscription bill passed the third reading in the house of commons by a vote of 102 to 44, a government majority of 58. Red Light Must Go, Says Van Pelt; Arrests 150 Women; Trial at 10 a. m. (Continued From Page One.) found in the houses and many ar rests were effected. After the occu pants of a negro house were locked up the deputies again visited the scene and found the house lighted up as if a festival was going on. Entering, they discovered a negro "bully" calm ly resting himself, and possibly await ing the return of his "female meal ticket," as one deputy put it. He was promptly arrested and will answer a charge of vagrancy this morning, or as soon as his name can be reached. This negro attempted to prove that he had money "and sho am no va grant,." This did not deter the offi cers from taking him to the county jail, however. 150 Were Arrested A total of 150 women were arrest ed, this including both white and black. Probably eighty made bond for their appearance at 10 o'clott this morning in the court of record. SPRINKLE'S MARKET Fresh Home - Grown Meats, Poultry, Eggs and Vegetables PHONE TZi D'ALEMBERTES PEROXIDE CREAM for face massage. Phone 109 "A GOOD DRUG STORE" MARSTON & QUINA, W..t FlorlJa'a Olde.t Furniture HotJMk Exclu.lv. AQtnts Gfob. Wernicke Bock CaM. IRON IN YOUR FOOD Iron is one of the greatest essen tials to good health. Many peopla are anaemic and neel iron. The best way to get it is in your food. The only Malted Food containing Iron in a form easily assimilated is HEMO. HEMO is a food not a drug. It can be readily digested where other foods distress. That's why it gives 100 per cent nourishment. Con tains all the food values of malt, milk and meat, and also Iron, so necessary in improving the quality of the blood. HEMO will increase your weight and your vitality and make well rounded bodies. Start today and get a SOc package with our guarantee of ?tiaf action. Balkcom Drug Co., 17 South Pala fox St., Pensacola. Adv. YACHTSMEN TO DINE AND SMOKE TONIGHT The Pensacola Yacht Club will hold its regular cemi-annual smoker and supper tonight at eight o'clock and all members are requested to attend. These suppers are always enjoy able affairs at the club and members need no urging to be present. The meeting tonight has taken on added interest as there are several matters of importance which will come up for discussion. WHAT MAS BECOME. Oi1" - THE COUPLE WHO USED TO DrsCe WITH THEIR SAVE 50 CENTS A Good FOUNTAIN SYRINGE De livered Anjrwhar for 7B Worth 11-21. The Central Pharmacy PHONES 177. 17 SPECIAL SALE T have just moved to, our new store, wd wish to reduce our large stork of FACTORY DAMAGED and RETURNED SHOES 500 pairs will be sold at from one-half to one-thtrd the regular prices Black 'Uppers for Women, and High Tops for Boys; sizes. 9 to 4. We now have the best quick repair facilities. Phone 1135. CANADIAN SHOE STORE Now 516-513 North DeVllllers Street. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. The Board of Public Instruction will be in session Thursday evening at six o'clock to consider bids for remodeling the Tabernacle for h:ghs chool building, and for the erection of a dormitory at the J. M. Tate Agricultural School at Gonzalez, Fla. Plana and specifications may be had at the office of the super, intendent. A. S. EDWARDS. St Superintendent. WOMEN TOO AMBITIOUS Excessive ambition leads all sorts of women to exert themselves beyond their strength. The girl striving for honors in school, the busy housewife, the shop-girl, the society climber or leader, all overtax their natural powers of endurance- Then come nervous troubles, backaches, head aches, frequently organic troubles, which reduce them almost to despair. Women suffering thu TiOiild first recognize the necessity of putting on the brakes and slowing down. Be sides this, to remedy the mischief already done to their health, the best reliance is upon that famous and standard medicine for women's ail ments, Lydia E- Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. adv. THE OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE By CONDO pao, tr u-ccv, jx- Tetc you. now, op curjs, i niTi cjcc-UNU-rNO, YOU KNOW. THE PAIR'S DOLL f.TguS, IMP TNfe Ttre&g Age UOKNJ MO TU6 "l! T -T UPr4X5T&RV IS VY (j i X TDCT YrU IT W.4S FCc MT-MkiTN f BUT IP IT'S IN SUCH N WFUC 2IS YOU UOUCUN'T IV4NTITJ SO DON'T PUCC THAT J NTC:J3ILUVIrj MGTHOT5 OF PtCKNG.1; TmTT-t ii il l .jv xx s i . r Notice Is hereby riven that a meeting of the shareholders of the National Bank of Commerce will be held at its banking rooms. In Pensacola. Florida, at 2 o'clock p. m., on July 31. 1917, for the purpose of conslderln and taking action upon a resolution placing said Bank in volun tary liquidation, and upon a proposed purchase of its assets by the American National Bank and for other purposes. J. W. MALUM., lS28A-30June30da Cashier. raEmory University Academy Prepares boys for pntrnnro to all loading colleges, universities, and scien tific schools. Able faculty. Homelike surroundincs . I'hysic-31 training. Moral and religious welfare of students carefully safeguarded. Discipline, based on truthfulness and honor anions' students, is kind but firm. Spacious ground and splendid buildings. Steam-heated dormitories. Hot and cold shower baths. Electric lights. Separate beds. Large library. Fine gymnasium. Military training Low rates. Before placing your son elsewhere, read our catalog A. M. Hughett, A.M., LL.D., Headmaster, Oxford, Ga ma rnxsi WEE Notice la hereby eiven that a meeting of the shareholders of the American National Bank, of Pensacola, Florida. will be held at 2 p. m., on July 31, 191". at Its banking rooms In Pensacola. Florida, for the purpose of considering end passing upon amendments to its Articles of Association, and of increasing Its capital stock and for other purposes. C W. L.AMAK. 1327A-30June30da Cashier. vrfi. m hftrAKv eHvsn that the under signed, administratrix of the estate of i4aiA9ia -will rvn the 25th day of January. A. P.' 118. pre sent her final account and vouchers to the countv Judee or Kscamtva county, Florida, and ask to be discharged from her said administratorship. Administratrix. 1344A-25julyl917oamm NOTICE To All Creditors of the Gulf. Florida & Alabama Railway company. T-nJAM MJ 4n aAfdnPA With An Or- aim ill " 1 w . - - - -- j 9 v- unni-ohta William H. fher- pard. Judge of the District Court of tne United States, lor me iNonr.rn LJiairn-i of Florida, in a cause ine-rein penuwiK, n.v..M.i n unhurt c Mnndeville. in com plainant, and said Gulf. Florida & Ala bama Railway Companyi Is defendant, and the undersigned receivers, said order bearing date of June 22. 1917. all credit, ors or parties holding claims, are hereby notified to present proor or saia oaim unucr v 1 1 iksaiiidv . j . . , - - - and Alahama Railroad Company within tnree, monins irom june a, ihk. uwier. wise said claims shall be barred. PHILIP D EEALL. 1323A-4July30da Receivers. In Escambia County Circuit Court. State of Florida. Max L. Bear and the Pensacola Home and Savings Association, a corporation under the Laws of the State of Florida, vs. John Hunt and the unknown heirs of John Hunt; Peverino Palao and Martin Palao and their unknown heirs; Robert Mitchell and his unknown heirs: George Cary and his unknown heirs and against all rersons claiming an in terest in tbi prooerty described in the bill. The said Joh- Hunt. Severlno Palao. Martin Palao, . Robert Mitchell and George Carv are hereby raauired to ap pear to the" bill of complaint filed in this suit on the 20 day of August, 191". This order shall be published once a week for eight consecutive weeks in the Pensacola Jourra'. a newspaper publish ed n said eour.tv and state. Witness my hand with seal of this Court this 18 day oi June. A T.. 1917. (Seal) JAS. ilACGIBBON. Clerk of Circuit Court. Escambia County, Florida. 132AA-201u.n8'K-. In Escambia County Circuit Court. State of Florida. Max L. Bear and Pensacola Home and Saving Association, a corporation un der the Laws of the State of Florida, vs. John Hunt, the unknown heirs of John Hunt; Severino Palao and Martin Pa lao and their unknown heirs; Robert Mitchell and his unknown heirs and George Cary and his unknown heisr. All parties claiming an interest in the West Three Hundred Feet (West 300 feet) lying South of the County Road, of Lot Four (4) according to the sub division of Ninety.six Acres (96 acres) of the Pedro Palao Grant, made by Wil liam Fisher and a p'.at of which is re corded with the deed of William Fisher to Mrs. Florence R. LeBaron. in Deed Book 11. page 349 of the Records bf Es cambia County. Florida: and a!l parties claiming an Interest In said property un der John Hunt. Severino Palao, Martin Palao. Robert Mitchell and George Cy or otherwise, are required to appear to the bill of complaint filed in this suit on the 17 day of September. A. D.. 1917. Witness my hand and the seal of said Court this 18 day of June. 1917. (Seal) JAS. MACGIBBON. Clerk of Circuit Court. Escambia County. Florid. 1321A2PJunl2w 25 The End of July Brings Small Prices N to Silk and Lingerie Waists and Separate Skirts Lingerie Waists, 89c each The neatest assortment -; Hover design in all sizes. Some are of voile daintily trimmed with lace or embroidery, others are law n r kitite em broidered in colors the newest fad of ta-dmm Every waist in the W is a regular si o) value Waists at $1.95 Styles that are the most charming in joint of variety and newness. Voiles, organdie-; and lawns in a wonderful assortment of patterns the kind that women of fashion appreciate. All sizes are included and each ne i the reg ular $2.50 quality. coming Silk Waists The smartest of models in the iu.st styles to suit the most fastidious have Keen re duced 1-4 to 1-3. Choose yours from these lovelv styles while the range of colors and sizes is most complete. Chic Separate Skirts The kind that lend grace and charm to the wearer. There are silk skirts, wool skirts and tub skirts, both white and colored, each one made in the most attractive style with individuality para mount. You can buy yours now at 2or off, and all sizes are represented. M Watson, Parker & Reese Co. Pensacola's Greatest Store. & XXX XXX 2XX XXX 0 2X2 XX2 XXX An exceptional chance to secure part of a store on Palafox street. Excellent location. Reasonable rent If interested, apply at once. P. 0. Box 424 MilnllBQiaHMiflM IBS Pryor's Closing Out Sale Furniture at Factory Cost and Less Many attractive sets and single pieces in medium and hich prade furniture are being offered at a tremendous discount It matters not if you live in the city or out in the country It matters not what your furniture needs may be There's a pleas ant surprise in store for you Mark this well, this my last .furniture sale My farewell effort to give the people of Tensacola the greatest furniture values pos sible as I am positively poinp: out of the furniture business alto gether. Entire stock and fixtures must be sold within the next sixty days. 0. M. Pryor Furniture Co. 19-21-23 West Garden Street. rhnne 1553 Let us deliver this brand new, fully guaranteed Electric Flat Iron to your home on two days' free trial. Try it out thoroughly. Compare thestoolness and ease of Electric ironing with the out-of-date Sad Iron Method. Compare the results. Compare the way you feel at the end of the short, easy ironing hour with the worn-out feeling you experience at the close of ironing day. Then, if you are not completely satisfied with the iron, telephone 2010 and we'll call for it. If you decide to keep the iron, pay for it in small rmounts each month with electric light bills. Telephone 2010 now for your Electric Iron Pensacola ElectricCompany Phone 2010 Want to Sell Something? Try a Journal Wanf Ad. Circle Tours New York and return $55.70 Boston and return $64.80 These rates apply going via all rail re turning all rail through famous resorts of the East, or going rail with delightful sea trip returning, or vice versa. We have many other attractive rates. Phone us for some attractive literature and let us help plan your trip. Telephone 47. F. L. MILLER, C. T. A. Pensacola Buggy Works STUDEBAKER CARS. Repair. Part. Acce.torle. and Supplies. Phone 806. 105 N. Palafox St. The Journal's "Want Ad columns is a first-class medium. BALKCCn DRUQ CO. "The Pre.crlptlon Stor.." Phone 19 or 123. J. P. REMICH & SONS DISTRIBUTORS. ESSEN KAY. V.