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MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 30, 1918.
THE PFNSAC. JOURNAL.
The next time
you buy calomel
ask for
The purified calomel tab-
lets that are entirely free
of all sickening and sali
vating effect.
Medicinal virtue T-.sffy improvtJ.
Gasranteed by yoar drn.gitt. Sold
anlj ia scaled packages. Fru.e 35c
BROWN BURIAL
HELD FROM HOME
The funeral services of the late
' -Floyd W. Brown, were conducted yes
''terday afternoon from the family res
. ldence. S13 East Gadsden street, the
I Rev. I. W. Chalker, pastor of the Fiitt
! Methodist Church, and the Rev. Her
' bert E. Rice of the Gadsden street
1 Church, officiating.
TVi a Misnn nf TV-llifTl f r. RrnW n
was a member in highest standing, j
'had charge of the arrangements, the!
services being most impressive and
j beautiful, many hundreds of floral de-
Signs attesting the affection of friends.
The pallbearers were W. C. Mackey,
A. G. Brown. W. F. Armfield, A. F.
Wicke, W. T. Graham. J. T. Cruikshank
Interment was in St. John's cemetery.
JOICHIM GEORGE IS
NEW GREEK PASTOR
Father Joichim George, of Charles
torn S. C, pastor of the Greek Ortho
dox church in this city for several
Tjears, has again been appointed to
'this parish, and is expected to arrive
in Pensacola, the latter part of Octo
ber, to take charge of the parish.
Father Georse was very popular with
his parishioners during his incum
bency here, and members of the
Greek colony have expressed much
pleasure at the news of his appoint
ment to fill the vacancy in the parish,
caused by the death of the former
priest in charge, Father Cmillanos
Georgoulis.
For Your Protection
We buy only the best the
market affords, and we are
just as particular about the
way we cook and serve it as
we are about buying it.
"Only the Best," Is our
motto.
KOZY KORNER
Palafox and Romana Sts.
Every taste may be satis
fied here.
LOOK FOR THIS SIGN
103 East Wrleht Street
Star Brand Shoe Ar Better
W. C. GOELZ
Chiropractor
(Palmer School Graduate)
329331 Brent Building.
Office Phone 393. Residence Phone 2247
Office Hours: 10 a. m. to 12 m.; 2 p. m.
to 5:30 p. m.
Notice to Ice Consumers
Our wafons are equipped with scales
nd consumer will please exaet correct
eg-ht and -report any discourtesy at
. Oliver to office Phones 59 or 259.
v ' -
t Southern Utilities Co.
r Successor to
M. ELLIS
Dealer In
CHOICE FANCY GROCERIES
and v
i FEEDSTUFF
Phone 18S9
TIX COLLECTION
IN 1ST FLOW
Tallahassee.. September 20. State
Comptroller Ernest Amos has prepared
a statement of the percentage of the
total cliarg-j against the counties
which the tax collectors have paid in
to the state treasury, as well as the
total charge uncollected up to Septem
ber J. It also shows the total charge
uncollected up to the first of the
month.
The data for the West Florida
counties is as follows:
Total Col- Un
Cash leeted Col.
Bay 92.4 J 96.G2 03.3
Calhoun 84.00
Franklin 71.3!)
Escambia $3.22
Holmes 90.41
Jackson 92.97
Liberty 90.3-4
Okaloosa 87.m
Santa Rosa 95.10
Walton 91.41
Washington 95.61
8.10 11.60
71.39 28.01
S6.49 13.51
91.. '18 08.G2
.94.25 O.j.7.1
97.9-2 (r'.O-S
90.09 09.91
90.01 CCi.W
9i.5." 05. 45
87.12 02.SS
TEN BIRTHS, EIGHT
DEATHS REPORTED
DURING PAST WEEK
While Deaths
S. J. Wilerson, 55 years.
James M. Tate, 44 years.
Child of J. W. Roberts.
Child of S. P. Brown.
Child of Harry Jennings.
Willie Mahan, .8 years."
Colored lwaths
J. B. Crittenden. 35 years.
irnma Harris Taylor, 45 year.
While Births.
Mr. "and Mrs. Hrary Jennings, girl.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Roberts, girl.
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. White, girl.
Mr. and Mrs.. J. J. Webb,-" girl.
Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Campbell, girl.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward McDonnell, girl.
Mr. and Mrs. William Richards, boy.
Colored Births
Mr. and Mrs. Roy McCurdy, girl.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ahrens, boy.
J. D. C. NEWTON HAS
BIG COTTON CROP
J. D. C. Newton, of the Banking,
Savings and Trust Company, is show
ing with some pride a fine sample of
cotton produced on the Axelson farm
owned by him and situated just four
miles out from Pensacola.
A 550-pound bale was raised on one
acre of ground, and with the hair ton
of s"d from the raw cotton will bring
apprrtimately ?200. The cotton was
raised by a negro woman on the place,
who did all the work herself, except
for assistance in plowing the ground.
It is a splendid example of what may
be accomplished by intensive farming,
as the ground covers only an acre ami
a half, every bit of which is tinder cut
tivation, and all equally productive,
according to Mr. Newton.
THIS WOMAN
ESCAPED AN
OPERATION
By Taking Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Com
pound. Many Others
Have Done the Same.
Troy, N. Y. "I suffered for more
than seven months from a displacement
end three doctors
told me I would
have to have an
operation. I had
dragging: down
pains, backache
and headaches and
could not do my
housework. My sis
ter who had been
helped by Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vege
table Compound
asked me to try it. I
have taken several
bottles and am now entirely well so I
do all my work and not a trace of
my old trouble. I have told many of
my friends what wonderful results they
will get from its use." Mrs. S. J.
Semler, 1650 5th Ave., Troy, N. Y.
Women who are in Mrs. Semler's
condition should not give up hope or
submit to such an ordeal until they have
given Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound a trial.
For suggestions 1n regard to vbur
condition write Lydia E. Pinkham Med
icine Co.. Lynn, Mass. Theresultof their ,
40 years experience is at your service, j
FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS
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THE OUTBURSTS
By CONDO
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OFFICIAL LIST OF CASUALTIES
IN AMERICAN ARMIES ABROAD
i
The following casualties are report-
ed by the Commanding General of the
by the Commanding General
American Expeditionary Forces:
Killed in action
Missing in action
Wounded severely
Died from wounds
Died from accident and other
causes
Died of disease
Wounded (degree undetermined)
Total
17
3
6
KILLED IN ACTION
Lieutenants
Thomas E. M. Hefferan, Chicago,
111.; C. J. McGrew, Evansville, Ind.;
John H. Powell, Opelika, Ala.
Sergeants
James T. Doris, Jr., Yonkers, N. Y.;
Joseph F. Wever, Sayville, N. Y.
Corporals
Thomas R. Nulty. Brooklyn. N. Y.;
Michael R. O'Sullivan, New York, X.
Y.; Leland Anton Tollcfson, Aatio,
Wis.
Privates
William Edward Heiss, Cleveland,
Ohio; Petrus H. Liljedahl, St. Cloud.
Minn.; Oliver W. G. McConnell, Ford
City, Pa.; Nathan Moserowitz, New
York, X. Y.; Charles E. Moss, Free-
port, Pa.; Jesse Russell, Geneva, Kv.;
Sam Steinberg, Syracuse, N. Y.; Sal
vatore Virgil So, New Haven, Conn.;
Frank C. Allen, Ames, Iowa.; Robert
Emmett Brazil. New Albany, Ind.;
Stanley F. Bugala. Chieapro, 111.; Harry
V. Chambers, Larue, Ohio; Allen H.
Clements. Seattle, Wash.; Marvin ele
ments, Gordo, Ala.; Homer Edward
Collins. Haverill, Ohio.; Antone Dan
forth, Oneida, Wis.; Coley M. Davis,
Soperton. Ga.; George Davis, Camden,
X. J.; Frank Elmer Drey, Lucas, S.
Dak.; George R. Giles, Manhattan,
Kans. ; Joseph W. Hause, Philadelphia,
Pa.; Columous C. Hill, Harrisburg,
Ark.; John J. Nagle, Philadelphia, Ta.;
John Williams Owens, Wylan, Ala.;
Jacob J. Schaffer, Naples, Y John
J. Sickler, Tyrone, Pa.; Frederick
George Tegler, Buffalo, X. Y.; John
A. White. Cameron, Mo.
DIED FROM WOUNDS
Lieutenants
John M, Battle, New York. N. Y.;
James Councill Wooten, Columbia,
Tenn.
Sergeants
Arthur Beatty, New York, X. Y".;
Christopher J. Byrne.. Xew York, X.
Y.; Edward Oakley Carr, Clarion, Pa.;.
Ransom S. Rabun, W'adley, Ga.
OF EVERETT TRUE
0 AHD UMTH
Corporals
I Harold W. Kunow. Rn-hsti- v -r
j William' J. I.utz, Birdsboro. Pa.: Clar
ence G. Schneider, Avalon, Pa.; Her
man J. Schumacher, Dodgeville, X. Y.
Privates
Manual Arseneault, X. Caver, Mass.;
Victor Bershinsky, North Chicago, VfL
Theron, Betts. Clevelana, Ohio; Harry
Cornwell, Paducah, Iy.; Frc4 Cox.
Princeton. Ind.; Howard Edward
Criner, Fayettevllle, Pa..; WiUiam Ed
ward Doucette, Dorciiescr, Mass.;
Keeler J. Gray, Bhjornsburg, Pa.; Cad
C. Haugh, Brookville, Pa.; Walter W.
Held, Leechburg, Pa.; Monroe C.
Hodge, Atkins, Va,; Andrew P. Jad
ynak, Chicago, 111.
DIED OF DISEASE
Nurse Nellie M. Dingley. Ashland.
Wis.
Corp. Henry F. Worthington, Miami,
Texas.
Privates
Charles F. Constantine, New York,
X. Y.; Oscar Gilbert, Gandy, La. Ber
nard Heinsler, Rochester, N. Y.; Wil
liam Sloss. Romulus. Mich.
DIED FROM DISEASE AND OTHER
CAUSES.
Privates
Ralph Ernest Gerred, Boyne City,
Mich.; Charles L. Post, ethersfield.
Conn.
POSTPONE KIDDIES
RED CROSS MEETS
Both the Tuesday and Thursday
meetings of the Children's Red Cross
Club have ben indefinitely postponed.
Announcement will be made of the
dale of meeting.
Mrs. P. A. Buck, director of the
Childrens Tied Cross Club, urges all
members to aid in the hospital supply
work which the lied Cross is doing
for the hospitals in France, by giving
one handkerchief, 1,8 by 18 inches, or
its equivalent in money.
Announcement will be made when
'he handkerch;efs arc to be turned in
for which a special meeting will be
called.
WILL AID WAR WORK
Miss Edith Tucker of Mooile is the
guest of Mrs. Sarah Trick Weimer, at
the San Carlos. Miss Tucker, whose
beautiful voice is well known to Pen
sacola audiences, is the daughter, of
the. Rev. Gardner Tucker, of Mobile.
Miss Tucker is giving her talents to
war work, and while here will sing at
many patriotic gatherings.
WE'VE GOT TO HAVE HELP QUICK
rz
EIGHT FLOGlQinNS
ARE COMMISSIONED
Washington, D. C, Sept. 29. En
listed men from Florida have been
commissioned in the Army as follows:
Jean Edward Llnd, 1306 Avenue K,
Miami, second lieutenant, Quartermas
ter Corps.
John Stockton Bryan, West Palm
Beach, second lieutenant Motor Trans
port Corps.
John C. Ellis, Perry, second lieuten
ant, Medical Corps.
Brydeau O. Baker, Sutherland, sec
ond lieutenant, Quartermaster Corps.
William H. Gage, Fort Dade, second
lieutenant, Quartermaster Corps.
Frank Ware, Winter Garden, second
lieutenant, Quartermaster Corps.
Edgar S. Estes, St. Augustine, cap
tain, Medical Corps.
. James F. Cranford, Inverness, first
lieutepant. Medical Corps.
DISEASE REPORTED
TO HEALTH BOARD
The following cases of disease were
reported from Pensacola and Escam
bia county during the past week end
ing September 27, .to the state board
of health at Jacksonville: two cases
of typhoid fever, three of malaria In
the city and one In the county, one
case of small pox In the county, one
of diphtheria in the city and two of
tuberculosis In the city.
!Motiee to tie
r Street car service on the City and Bay Shore
Lines has been curtailed for the past few days on
account of the illness of about half of the train
men in the employ of the Company.
We are making every effort to provide suffi
cient cars on the lines serving the maority of the
people, and ask the indulgence of the public under
these conditions over which we have no control.
- I.)- :
Pensacola Electric Co
OPEN HtiN LANDS
FOR HOMESTEAD IS
COMMERCIAL PL AN
Cut over lanls of West Florida owned
by the German-American Lumber
company and which have been taken
over by the U. S. government should
be opened for settlement by home
stead entries or should be included
in any scheme which may be adopted
to enable returning soldiers to make
use of them. This is the gist of the
recommendation which the North
Florida Chamber of Commerce made
at its recent meeting at Marianna.
the resolution which; was adopted
by the chamber was .Introduced by W.
B. Mefritt of Bay county. The text
of the resolution follows
"B it resolved by the North Flor
ida rNmber of Commerce that our
Govei. Aient phould take over per
manently the cut-over lands (owned
chiefly by a German prince) of the
German-American Lumber CO.; in Bay
county, and open these fertile lands
for settlement by homestead entries
Or by Including these lands in any
Scheme which may be adopted for dis
tributing cut-over lands among our
soldiers who cOme back to us."
DR. LIYINGSTONF
.. THI SPECIALIST
What I Say I'll Do. I
Will Do.
Second Fleer, Masonic Temple.
Pensseole.
Pifelic
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