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ME PENgACOLA JOURNAL WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 7, 1919.
1 WSLL IfflOWf I RAILROAD DIES SUDD UN EM J0HN G. MAYSON SUCCUMBED TO HEART FAILURE WHILE EN ROUTS TO NEW OALEAN9 MON CAY NIGHT. John G. Mason, for 24 year general raueaser Snt of the LouUviUo & i : var division passenger aent of the road here, was round aeaa in nia oertn when a- train on which he was a pas senger arrived in New Orleans yes terday morning. Jlr. JIayson waa 6$ years old. He 'c-'T Pensacola for NAV Orleans on a lousiness trip Monday night, apparent ly in good health and the best-of spirits. Heart trouble Is believed to have been the cause of death. Mr. Mayson was a native of New York and is survived by a widow, who is now in Pensacola. His body was shipped from New OrleanstO Spring field, Ohio, for burial, last night. GUARD SERVICE COMPENSATION BILL PASSED SENATE 'BY HERBERT FELKEL) Tallahassee, May 6. Without debate. tiie senate today passed tne Dm in troduced by Senator J. Turner Butler of Jacksonville, providing for tne pay ment of expenses incurred by the .Du val county guards on their tour of duty to Madi3on by direction of the governor to enforce the administra tion of justice in the trial of certain Liev Oak bankers, also providing for the compensation of commissioned and r.on-commissioned officers and men vho actually did duty on that occasion, av.i making an appropriation therefor. The Duval guards were ordered to. and served at, Madison for several days fome two years ago, but were never paid because there was no law on the hooks authorizing such an expendi ture. Certain officers on that occasion, paid the hotel bills of themselves and the me nand have never been reim bursed. A general .bill already passed this session on the special recommen dation of the governor to meet the Lake city emergency will take care of future cases of this kind, but not be ing retroactive it furnished no relief for the Duval county guards who went to Madison. FRED C. WAITE THE LIFE INSURANCE MAN 215 American Bank Bldg. Phone 912. ECONOMY STORE "Teach Your $ Cents" Opp. Plaza Park, South Palafor. HOUSE NUMBERING Gold Leaf on Transoms see Robinson, 209 Thiesen Building, or calf residence phone 793. & B. Hoffman & Son SELLING OUT Best Goods, Lowest Prices. East Gregory. Phone 825 &1'S "BETTER BREAD" For Sale by FIRST CLASS STORES SANITARY BAKERY ab.fox and Gregory Streets IVL ELLIS GROCER. ISS9 Phones 1890 1221 N. Davis Street. rd Cars arid Tractors J D. Anderson, Dealer 13 W. Gardes. Phona 1914 ltsrdm dirtbirt essyw ea the hands j jj t V Pleasure cat what : I Nav. you r.8es!X EXTlL0i: : FROM SHOES T. tX Collins of Ookala, Hawaii, mk3 a remarkable statement Wraeh demonstrates the rnoney-savinz dura bility fcf NeclLn Soles, - Ha writes, "After wearing pdf of Nft.UrtSoiad fchoea tt tod oa tor thirty-three months, I wore them on & trip to the volcano of Kilauea and walked around the crat er ova hot lava td times and still the tolei showed only (slight slzna of wear, Thla experUnce u not fteciefital. It result from the cckntmc process by which Neolin Soles are mad to be exactly what soles tslwuld ba conv fortabla, waterproof find exceedingly economical becauta of the long wear they give. Get them on new ahoea for all mem Is eri of the family and have them put on worn shoes. They are made by The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Com pany, Akron, Ohio, who also make Wingfoot Heels, guaranteed to out wear any other heels. - 2 LEGISLATORS AND T .TP.fVTRT . A TTHM (BY JOHN C. TRICE). Tallahassee, May 6. A bunch of disappointed political plotters were bemoaning an energetic failure to get the legislature made a particeps crimlnis to one of their little local schemes they had expected to easily steer through the "courtesy" channel. iiow the devil do you expect to do anything on cigarettes and matches.' significantly Inquired a successfur pilot or many- ambitious hopes. "When I came here I consulted the Lord about the many duties that would confront me," declared a member of the house the other day But I had at that time never heard of the live stock sanitary board as a dictator to this body, and I never asked the Lord any thing about it. r- "The best way to reach a man Is through his stomach," philosophises an old writer. The women of "Wakulla county must be familliar with that doc trine. At any rate they enraptured those who attended the Waukulla Springs picnic In that self same man ner. Rep. Folks, of Marion county, was " so "Full" after the dinner had been served that he had to make pub lic announcement of emotions that that stirred "his innards." At the Wakulla Springs picnic an effort was made to pursuade Rep. Marshall to permit his name to be an nounced as a prospective candidate for the position of Commissioner -of Agri culture of Florida, But the gentlemen from Broward county, declined. He said his star of political hope beck oned in another direction, where a larger Held of endeavor opened .up and a different atmosphere prevailed. Ex-Gov. Albert W. Gilchrist is at the capital this week shaking hands with the legislators and renewing old ac quaintances among Tallahassee people. Mr. Gilchrist is, excepting only Gov ernor Blaxham, one of the most popular men here that ever occupied the execu tive chair, and when he comes to town he is one of "the boys." "May we all rest under the shadow of Thy love, forever," was part of the chief-executive's blessing at the pic nic table at Waukulla Springs last Saturday. Until that blessed moment this writer was. under the impression God's love was the light of the world. The metaphor has not changed that view. Captain Blount and his tank captured the crowds while at the capital. Whether they were as successful in emptying the pocket books of the tight wads or not, is another question. There is some talk of introducing a bill at this session of the legllsature to pay those who lost fruit trees by the operations of the citrus canker eradicators. "It would bankrupt the state," declared a popular member of the house. "That does matter," re plied another member. "If some one will Introduce it I will vote for it." The saying that a calm always fol lows a storm was notably demonstrat ed at the opening of the house ses sions fo rthe week,. Those members of the last week's session were . as meek as lambs, and the business of the house moved as smoothly as a new car running on a macadam road. Salaries of the superintendent and other attaches of the State Hospital j I for the Insane will be fixed by the Board of Commissioners of State In stitutions (the cabinet) instead of by statute of 1899 as as at present and the name of that institution will be changed to the Florida State Hospital, the insane part being dropped, if a bill introduced today by Senator King becomes a law... A nublic hearing on the Singletary bill authorizing the sale of the Ever glades was announced today for 9 o'clock on the evening of Wednesday. The bill has passed the senate and is nOw before the house committee weUch will meet in the main chamber of that body to hear from those Interested in the passage or defeat of the measure.. QUALITY SHOP FOR WOMEN 78 E. Wright St. Phone 676 AMENDMENTTO EMERGENCY GUARD BILL IS SOUGHT Tallahaase May S,Aajutant Gen eral jy S, Bhrlstiaii had jarriye4 her freia gt, AUgtt3Unet Was ja esm mahd 6 the eetiaty guafds wh9 es Betted tnu? prisoners charged with manslaughter to Lake City for trial, returning three ot thm to JaoksonvUl for safe-keeplng oftep the cas had been continued, Insufficient evidence to warrant hie further nlcavcration wag found against the fourth, a negro, It being shown that ha wae merely & chauffeup in the matter, General Christian le here in the in terest of the three national truard bills recently passed by the senate and now in the hands of the house committee, before which the general will appear,1 He states that his office is now en gaged in the forming of s, battalion of national guards for Florida, platoons being perfected in various towns of the state, . " The general also wants the pension lawe amended bo ae to permit a Con federate veteran who leaves Florida to continue to draw hie allowance from the state, The law at present strikes such" soldiers from the rolls after be ing out of the state a year,' General Christian says a-veteran may have a home offered him in another state and that his Florida pension should con tinue after he moves away, possibly to live with relatlvee elsewhere. He also wants amended the emer gency bill for calling out and paying of home guards for duty in other eoun ties, passed recently at thp request of the governor to met the Lake City sit uation. - Money for paying the ex penses and salaries of these men should be available ' Immediately, General Christian says, but as the law now stands all of the men must, sign a pay roll and a . separate voucher be issued to each of them. . , . v ENS. EVANS GIVEN BIG SEND-OFF BY AIRSHIP CREW Ensign Al Evans, of the naval air station, who left for Montauk Point, N. J., last night, was given a send-off at the L. & N. depot by about 25 men Cotmterfeiter Caught I The New York health authorities had a Brook lyn manufacturer sentenced to the penitentiary for selling throughout the United States millions of. "Talcum powder" tablets as Aspirin Tablets. Don't ask for Aspirin Tablets-say "Bayer!" Don't buy Aspirin in a pill box! Get Bayer package! Don't forget that the "Bayer Cross" is your only protection against dangerous counterfeits. - ; rcs I 1 1 1 The genuine American owned "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" have been proved safe by millions for Pain, Headache, Neuralgia, Toothache, Earache, Rheumatism, Lumbago, Colds, Grippe, Influenzal Cokls, Joint Pains, Neuritis. Proper dosage on every "Bayer" package. Boxes of 12 tablets Bottles of 24 Bottles of 100 Also Capsules. Aapirin is the trade mark -of Bastr Maaofactar of Monoaeeticacidestcr of Salicrtieacid Better than Steals There is as much food in a quart of good Ice Cream as in 3 pounds of steak. Serve it to your family often. It is easily frozen with an Alaska Freezer. George can do it and you'll know its pure and clean if made at home. Buy,-one today and be happy. 1 ii Children smile when 'ther take ' FOIYS-HoilET'Kll lit. It tastes good. 2nd. It makes them feel good. 3rd. It will turn a distressed, fretful chili into a happily smiling one. Because it is Just what children ought to have for feverish colds, coughs.croup, .'lufaes" end heavy .wheezy breaching. Itpets toaBna, oothloa.ccatfae s Cavnbib. -tafiomad, ttcUtaS throat, amd U toy coo(hs Vaicldy, It U food ior croup, too. It contmiaa bo aorpUoa, chloroiorm, cc der drat that ye woold not like to glra to rones' children, and tt is ioaf aa esectlre lorerowa-opa. Geld Everywhere. from the Airship School. Mr. Evans was one of the most popular officers at the station. It is said, and his de parture is regretted by ail with whom he came in contact. He waa. man ager of the baseball team which has been playing in Pensacola nearly every Sunday and his place Will be hard to fill.' - ; Ensigns St ill well and Hewlett were also of the party leaving for northern station. FUTCH INCOME TAX BILL HAS BEEN WITHDRAWN (BY JOHN C. TRICE.) Tallahassee, May. 6, The Futch, (of Alachua), income tax bill has . been withdrawn from the house. It was a very drastic measure, and likely could never have passed. .During Vie after noon session today Mr. Futch asked permission of the house to withdraw the bill from the committee and being granted thi3 privilege asked to with draw it from the calendar altogether. This was also granted. . . . . . Subsequently in . conversation; with the newspaper man Mr. Futch said he contemplated introducing the bill in another form in a few days. . When it appeared again he said it . would be modified considerably and would be in the shape of a good roads measure. Don't fail to say to druggist: "I want 'Bayer Tablets of Aspirin' in a Bayer package." .The genuine! Buy only the regular Bayer pack age with the safety "Bayer Cross upon it and on each tablet inside. gfojutrutn) 2 quart .......... $4.75 3 quart . . . . 5.50 4 quart ......... 6.75 $1 Cash; 1 a week u - oJ , J H 34 LIST E3 ACCOUNTANTS, PUBLIC , RAINES, R. T. American National Bank Building. Automobiles. DODGK BROS. MOTOR CAR Q. tt. HAYS, Dealer. Phone 7 Auto Painting - PENSACOLA BTK3GY WORKS 131-133 East Intendencia. Phone 67 Auto Repairer and Accessories. ABBOTT AUTO REPAIR CO. 801 N. Palafox street. Phone 415 A complete line of Automobile Accessories Bakeries. - REEDS SANITARY BAKERY 198 N. Palafox St. t Phone 484 BENNETT'S BAKERY 426 West Belmont. Phone SIS Baggage and Transfer. BORRAS TRANSFER CO. East Chase Street , Phone 1145 Barber Shops. COLLINS BROS. Barber Shop ? 204 S. Palafox Street. Phone 1473 Umbrellas and Parasols Repaired. -Work Guaranteed. J. C. YOUNG. 102 E. Gregory. Bottling Works. t COCA COLA BOTTLING WORKS 126 E. Chase Street. Phone 587 Chiropractors W. C. GOELZ Chiropractor Offlce,, Phone 393; Residence, 2247 S29-331 Brent Building. Clothiers M. A O. CLOTHING STORE S19-323 South Palafox. Phone 1165 s Coal Dealers. CARY & CO. OfQce Phones 98-119: Yard Phones 6-134 Dry Cleaning. NATIONAL DRY CLEANING CO. 16 East Garden St. Phone 25L Druggists. THE CENTRAL PHARMACY -100 South Palafox. Phones 177-178 THE CRYSTAL PHARMACY 85 South. Palafox. Phones 921-922 D'ALEMBERTE'S PHARMACY 121 South Palafox Phone 109 Electrical Supplies PEAKS ELECTRIC & SANITARY PLUMBING CO. 30 S. Palafox Street. Phone 345 BAROCO ELECTRIC CO. 17 West Garden Street. Phone 619 REED BINGHAM "House Wiring. Electrical Supplies, Contractor. ' Phone 2075 Box 283 Florists. MRS. NELLIB M. BOY SEN .. The Onlv Down Town Florist. 18 West Garden Street. Phone 1800 NORTH HILL GREENERY Greenhouses, 919 N. Bayleo St. Phone 867 yiower Shop, 9 W. Romana St. Phone 828 Fruit and Groceries. .TOWN ORH-ANOS Fruits and Groceries. 423 N. Hayne St. Phone B65. Andits Cost Systems It. T FAINES Publio Accountant Auditor - American . National Bank Building, Pensacola, Fla. McCaskill Block, DeFuniak Springs, Fla. Income Tax Reports. Efficiency' Engineer r - Vv -- STRAIGHTENS OUT KINKY HAIR Herolin Pomade Hair Dressing la not sticky or gummy. Finely per fumed, lou like to use it. Takes the place of straightening irons. Makes your coarse, kinky, snarly bair soft, lustrous, long, straight and 6ilky. If your hair is dry or wiry try Herolin. It cleans dand ruff and stops falling hair. Hero lin sent by mail. PRICE ts CENTS. Stamps or cola. - Agents wanted everywhere. Write for particulars. HEKOLIN MXHICINE CO, , Atlanta, Ga, ' YOU If IN THIS ThlD Directory Is Issued Three Times a Week and the Charge $1.00 Per Month Phone 1500 and tell us enter your name under proper classification. Central Trades. Council PENSACOLA TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL. WM. V. McNEIR, Sec. P. O. Box 88 Foundries. BAY SHORE FOUNDRY CO., 811 West Main Street. Phone 677 Groceries. MRS. L. W. VAN METER Groceries. 9th Ave. and Strong. Phone 1651 VCRAY GROCERY CO. 429 West Jackson St. Phone 1856 NEW CITY CASH GROCERY CO. 1322 N. 14tn Ave. Phone 1971. NICK VASSO Fruits and Groceries. 500 Ev Wright St. Phone 478 Horseshoing. ' - G. A BRIGGS Practical Horseshoer 16 W. Intendencia St. Phone 623 Ice Dealers. PENSACOLA ICE CO. f 106-108 N. Tarrajrona. Phones 59-259 Iron Brokers. DUBOSE & TOMLINSON : , ' Iron Brokers. 21 W.-Intendencia St. Phone 746 Job Printers. MAYES PRINTING CO. 15 West Government St. Phone 181 Laundry. THE PERFECTION LAUNDRY 'Dry Cleaning- and Steam Pressing - Phone 186 Motor Boat Supply Store. PENSACOLA GAS ENGINE & . SUPPLY CO. 713 S. Palafox St. Phone 627 GULF MACHINE WORKS S13-817 South Palafox Phones 162-1469 Market and Grocer. F. CIIERBERQ 424 E. Government St. Phone 889 Market and Groceries NICK GALLATCHNOS Grocer 500 W: Belmont. - Phone 464 TONY CLEVRO " - ' ' rocer. 520 W. Gregory Street. Phone 630 JOHN FRANK Grocer and Market 820 N. DeVUUer St. Phone 930 JOHN CRESSES. GROCER 924 N. Davis Street. Phone 4Z2 EDGAR LEON Grocer and Market 1912 W. Jackson St. Phone 1218 PETE CHACKNEY Groceries and Market 201 W. Government St. , Phone 883 SAM CATCHES Groceries and Market 1001 N. Hayne Street. Phone 1861 SPRING GARDEN MARKET. CHOICE WESTERN MEATS, PHONE 334. CHRIS CARVEL GROCER 620 N. Gulllemarde. Phone 1546 B. B. MARKETS Meats 319 N. DeVilller Street. Phong 947 FISHER-BROWN We Will Bond You. 918--Phones 919 Always the latest records in stock. PALACE JEWELRY CO. LOUIS D. ROBINSON 209 Thieson Bldg. SIGNS Window and Slides ' - ' to the Meat Markets. THE PARLOR MARKET 214 South Palafox. Phones 173-17 Merchant Tailors. DAN BROWN. MERCHANT TAILOR CO. Expert "Steam Cleanmg and Dyeing. Suits Pressed 35c 427 W. Belmont St. Phone 932 . Music Stores. CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE 114 South Palafox Street. Phone 15 Newspapers. THE PENSACOLA JOURNA a Daily-Weekly-Sunday Phones: Editorial. 38; Business. gOO THE PENSACOLA NEWS Evening Except Sunday Phones: Editorial 454; Busine . 173 Optician. DR. T. G. YATES Expert Optician. Fisher Building Painters, Paper Hangers. B. B. WELLS 12 East Government. . Phone 773 Photographers.' - CHAS7 COTTRELL 204 1-2 South Palafox. Phone 1102 Restaurants. BUSY BEES HOTEL & CAFE 315 S. Palafox St." Phone 1757 ANGELOS DAIRY LUNCH 106 South Palafox Street. Phone 8C Shoe Shops. SAM CHARLES Shoe Maker Palafox and Main Sts. Phone 514 FOOT WEAR REPAIR SHOP 1021 N. Davis Street. Phone 61f Ship Chandlery. A. ZELIUS Ship Chandler.. 711 S. Palafox St. Phone 139 Taxi -Service. V. Q. VENTURA - Taxt Service, East Garden St. Phone 807 Bob's Taxi Phons 333 Service Day and Night 16 West Garden Tjn Workers. N. A. COX. TIN SHOP 510 S. PeJafox Sreet. Phone 413 Tailoring. KING TAILORING CO. Builders of Fine Fitting Clothes 30 Soath Palafox Street Trained Nurses. Repistery of Trained Nurses at White's Pharmacy. Day Phone 180. Night 446 Turkish Baths. PENSACOLA HOSPITAL. Phone 843. Wholesale Grocers. CONSOLIDATED GROCERY CO. 201 E. Garden St. Phone 1719 Undertakers. NORTHUP A WOOD Undertakers. 2 West Tntendencla St. Phono t. McCann's Tire and Repair Shop Phone 404 113 North PaLtfox Street Pensacola Launch & Ma chine Co. WILLARO SERVICE STATION WilUrd Storage Batteries and Re pairs of all Makes Batteries Tvo Sets Marino Ways Machine Shop in Connection. " JOHNSON & FREDERICKSON -Painting, Paperhanging and . Decorating 16 West Government Street Phone 534 )