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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. THURSDAY MORNING,. OCTOBER 23" 1919
A KIWANIS SERMON
To those who value "the other fellow":
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"Self-satisfied" is the deadliest foe of Kiwanis. I know
the president of two banks ($ 5,000,000 on - deposit.) . This
man is mechanical in every detail, cold and icy in his con
versation, limp and expressionless in his handclasp, with a
small eye that can see about as far into a rat hole a'svany
man in that state. He is givei credit for being able to ac
count for every postage stamp used in his institutions.
Thoroughness, Efficiency, Dollar-Success are as truly his
name as the three he could sign to a $1,000,000 draft. ' But
HE LIVES APART FROM HIS FELLOWS! His assist-
ant cashier gets and holds more business in a year than he
ever did with his own personal touch.
Contrast this small large man with a certain postman in
that same town. The latter is a genial, wholesome 'live
wire," active in every needed public demand, the leading
factor in the biggest lodge in the city A MAN AMONG
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The one knows the value of the warm handclasp, the help
fulness of the other fellow. The other knows the satisfac-'
tion of a recluse of a Silas Marner, if you please.
Question: Which . will be missed more when the last
rites are said? '
Which personality do you prefer? Seek out a stool at
some lunch counter, lay down your 13 cents, and get back
to your office in 9 or 7 minutes if you choose the first
man's characteristics. If it is worth $5 or $10 a year to be
met with a familiar greeting by several dozen fellows who
have' one common bond of interest "K" ; if other men
interest you more than do your own attributes, then culti
vate our weekly meetings.
The spirit of, any club is developed and wrought out of
the warp of woof of "that something" that comes from
mixing. "That something" can not be bought in cans, but it
may be had merely by the desire for it. It is like the sun
shine and the shadow it may be had by the poorest comer.
Jump in or get out. Don't keep the sunlight off the
other fellow. Go over your own record are you the man
sitting on the edge of the stool, feeding indigestion and be
coming a dyspeptic, or are you feeding more than your
stomach? Springate of Oshkosh.
As Influenza .
la an exaggerated form of Grip, LAXA
IVE BROMO QUININE Tablets should
be taken in darker doses than is pre
scribed for ordinary Grip. A good plan
Is not to wait until you are sick, but
PREVENT IT by taking LAXATIVE
JiltOMO QUININE Tablets in time. Ad.
The Tickle That Makes "You Cough
HAYES' HEAUXG HONEY Stops
the Tickle. Heals the Throat and
Cures the Cough, 35c. A free box of
GROVE'S O-PEX-TRATE SATA'R for
Chest Colds. Head Colds and Croun
with every bottle. Adv.
Atlantic , City, N. J.. Oct. 21. Gov
ernment financing of America's for
eign trade should be ended and the
pre-war course of private . financing
and enterprise resumed In order ' to
solve the difficulties in International
commerce, according to James S. Alex
ander, president of the National Bank
Of Commerce In New York, who ad
dressed the International Trade Con
ference here today. Mr. Alexander,
who is chairman of the committee on
credits and finance' of the conference,
advocated as other measures ' of - re
form . in . all nations the ' necessity of
"the greatest possible number of peo
pie doing a day's work and of . the
greatest, possible conservation . of the
results of that work," and the . inter
change of goods between " the United
States and Europe on a better bal
"The exports and ' imports of one
kind and another in the commerce, of
the world do not, from the point of
view of any one nation, give evidence
of trade of exchange of commodities
on a reciprocal and balanced basis,"
he said "Therefore, I think we can
be specific In our agreement that the
chief abnormal international factor rln
this alarmingly unbalanced inter
change of goods- that the balance . of
trade is too favorable to the United
States and too adverse to Europe for
the best interests of both, and that the
correction of . the exchange situation
resulting from this one sided balance
will find its natural and permanent
solution through a reduction of our
exports or an increase of our imports
until a point of approximate equili
brium is reached."
Mr. Alexander asserted that the re
establishment of our commercial re
lations with Europe should be accom
plished on a business basis.
"That basis -will be best for the
United States, and it will be best for
every country in Europe," he said.
Ve do not need to say to our guests
that there is unlimited good-will . in
America toward England, France, Bel
gium 'and Italy just as large and
warm a. heart beats in this country
as during the war; but with the return
of peace the minds of the people have
turned again to the normal pursuits
of business and industry , which were
completely interrupted during war
times. "We are trying to put our house
in order. -
"The nations of Europe want
credit," he continued, "but they are
not seeking primarily credit for to
day ' but rather a' fundamental credit
understanding, ' a ' system ; of " ' credit
which they can trade upon' and make
committments uport."' He added that
"any commercial arrangement ground
ed solely upon the uncommercial and
shifting element of good -will and
friendly'-'sentiment, no matter how
true and firm that sentiment may be,
will in the end prove unsatisfactory."
Mr. Alexander referred to ' the doc
trine of workine and savin e expound-
'ed by the Federal Reserve Board, as
serting that this advice ' "enunciated
for the people of the United States by
the most Important financial body , in
the nation may well be repeated to
the people of ' the whole world. It
Is a thought that will give us sound
guidance," he said, "for In a sense
never, before so . universally applica
ble, Industry and f thrift are In this
aftermath of .war's destruction essen
tial not only to the happiness but
even to the existence : of the , human
race.. Never was an economic prop-,
osition more simple ' and self-evident."
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irroject - throughout the struggle and the
remainder of the obligations in the com
pletion, of the edifice.'
The' ' commission of prominent men
representing the Baptist :5.000.000 cam
paign in the formulation of a . general
prcgram of Southern Baptist effort in
the reconstruction of Europe, Is now in
France studying the general situation
there. From Vance U will go, in suc
cession, into Belgium. Italy, Czecho
slovakia, the Ukraine and such other
important parts of Europe as are open.
Later it will go into Taleutine for a study
of the work in Syria. " Persia and Gali
lee, this work, formerly carried on by (
the Illinois Baptist .Association, having
been recently committed to the foreign
mission board. .;'
M i . .
rS FIRST STEP IN CAMPAIGN FOR
THE - SPIRITUAL. RECONSTRUCT
" NAVAL STORES 1
' : :" PENSACOLA.
Pensacola, Oct- 22. The spirit mar
ket was as follows:
, ' Last Year
Today '. 107 ;
This season 25,782 20,673
Today 285 ; ' - 164
This season .. 57,059 24,920
Stocks, Casks. - ,
Today 3,463 l. 37,592
April 1 34,740 41.839
The rosin market was quiet, with no
Receipts, Barrels. .
' - , Last Year
Today ................... .756 125
This season ............. 89.460 14,891
. Shipments, Barrels.
Today 1,355 658
This season ...'.,. 81,396 93,220
Nashville, Tenn., Oct. 22. As the first
practical step in. the program-of spirit
ual reconstruction of Europe, made pos
sible by the .Baptist $75,000,000 cam
paign, seven native missionaries are be
ing employed in the foreign . mission
board of the Southern convention ,to do
special work in the new republic of
Czocho-SIovakia, Dr. T. B. Ray, asso-,
elate -secretary of the board and survey'
director of the Baptist $75,000,000 cam-!
paign, announced here today.
At a recent conference of ( Baptist
leaders from all parts of Czecho
Skvakia, held at Prague, volunteers for
th .nreaching . of the gospel in that
country were called for, and twenty
seven of the ablest young men the
new nation responded, it is said. Ap
pointment of these volunteers is now ; in
piccess by the foreign mission board.
an these men, a majority of whom f are
university graduates, all of whom have
been engaged " in mors remunerative oc
cupations heretofore,- and all of .whom
heve demonstrated their usefulness as
Christian workers. Dr. Ray announces.
Another move . by the ' mission' board
was to appropriate a, sum sufficient to
complete the modern church building at
Prague, the capital of Bohemia, and pay
of all indebtedness against It. This
bv.ilding was , launched Just before the
war. and considers Me money had been
pu into it by the mission board prior
to the war. Not daunted ' by the con
flict, however, loctl members of the
church continued to pusn their building
Today 57,895 ,44.995
Afrii 1 49,831 73,350
v Jacksonville. Oct. 23. The spirit mar
ket was steady at 152. with sales of
165 casks. '
Today 86 336
This season 61,584 54,263
.. Shipments, Cases.
Tcday - 319
This season 39,400
Arril 1 41,644
W. F. BIGGS
CHAS. H. KUPFRIAN
EVERYTHING FOR THE SPORTSMAN
Phone 889 ' - '
34 South Palaf ox Street
The rosin market was - steady with
sales of 1,334 barrels. , .
- ; Receipts, Barrels.
' , Last Year
Today 1.927 1,735
This season . I . 197,642 175,676
This season .; .....231,014. 226,794
Today 37,191 127.118
April II 120,652 178,236
Quotations were as follows:
D .. 16.50-16.75
Savannah, Oct. 22. The spirit market
was quiet at 155, with no sales.'
A CHARMING WOMAN
What contributes most to tno charm ot
a cultured woman? Isn't it her com
plexion?. How olessed she is, you think.
Yet' you can be bo blessed too, if you'll
only realize that a good complexion is
mostly In your own control. By using
I E 1 J,.EK1N ti
you ean clear up the skin, removing
pinnies, blotchet, scaly patches and all
that snfM tt mar one's beauty. It is the
on tried and true agent for quickly con
auerlng eczema, no matter how long
Standing; ringworm, icner, iiv u ov...
afflictions. Get leuenne ai orug siurca.
JTiNIOK BOYS W'LL
Hold iakty at v
for Junior Indoor Athleti
Meet to Be Presented.
.The following invitation has lepn js.
sued by the Y. M. C. A.:
On next Friday evening at 8 o'clock
we aire going to have a regular "Mow.
out" right here in our own "V." e
want you to come and bring along at
least one boy friend together wi-h
your parents and other interested
relatives. The medals for the Junior
Indoor Athletic Meet are to t,e pre.
sented at this time. Mr. Eats Galore
will be here and a good time is as
sured. We expect you. PI se be on
L W. HARTSFIELD,
Today , 114
This season 3S,651
Today '. II
This season 71,695
April 1 18.850
The rosin market was t irm, with sales
of 525 barrels.
Today 200 1.256
! This season t....... 115,483 121,284
This season ..149,448
Today ; 33.731
April 1' 62,547
Quotations were as follows:
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Insurance and Real Estate
Loans Made at Current Interest Rates
Telephone No. 54 7 No. 8 South Palafox St.
BRENT & BLOUNT
Stores and Dwellings
, in any part of the city.
There is never any doubt
when you buy
In every respect they please. Made
in the season's latest styles of the
best fabrics in Blue, Brown, Grey
and mixed colors.
Price $35, $45, 55
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Every suit is tailored to perfec
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STYLE, QUALITY, DURABILITY
A Trial Will Convince You.
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Pensacola -Home & Savings Association
Phone 292. 10 S. Palaf ox St.
Organized Feb., 1889. .
Authorized Capital $100, 000.00.
Over $433,000 in Dividends paid Depositors
. ince organization. .
Open a Savings Account and start right. It's
not what you make, but what you save sys
tematically that counts. Begin to learn the
value of saving, if only for a few cents at a
time it is the only way to accumulate some
thing for a rainy day. , It is the corner stone
of success ; the foundation of happiness ; the
first step toward owning your own home.
Loans made to secure a home.
6 Compounded Semi-Annually on Savings
OSCAR E. MAURA
J. H. BAYLISS
Secretary and Manager
, J. S. REESE ,
.A. C. BLOUNT
R. M. CARY
FRANK E. WELLES
WILL L. MOYER
J. S. REESE
C. H. DORR
OSCAR E. MAURA
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