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THE FENSACOLA JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY aiOKNlNG, JANUARY 7, 1920
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ANY COLOR
$4.50
Laundry
"WHERE LINEN LASTS"
French Dyeing and Dry Cleaning
22 North Palafox
Phone 322
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NEWS OF RECORD.
1 teJST
TONIGHT
"UNDER COVER"
RAILROAD SCHEDULES
Louisville & Nashville R. R.
Arrfe-al and departure or passenger
trains at Pensacola, Fla,
The following fcchedu; figures pub
Ush.ti as infozmatlon and not eua r an
te d.
(Central Standard ' Time)
a an IVES. LEAVE 3
6:30 p.m. Montgomery Bir
mingham, Nashville,
Louisville. Cincinnati 12:33 p.m.
5:3(v.m. St. Louis, Chicago,
Memphis 12:30 p.m.
6 :3(' p.m Atlanta,, Wastlr.fr-
toa, New York .... 11:30p.m.
1:45 ;um. Montpjmery, Bir
mingham. Nashville
Louisville, Cincinnati 10:45 p.m.
SMS a.m. Memphis, 'St. Louis,
Chicago 10:45 pm.
6:43 a.m. New Orleans. Mo
bile 10:43 p.m.
5:45 a.m. Atlanta, Washing
ton. New York .... 10:43p.m.
6:45p.m. Mobile Local .... 6:00a.m.
9:43 a.m. Jacksonville, Talla
hassee 6:15 a.m.
10:25 p.m. Jacksonville. Talla
hassee 6:56 p.ra.
Tally except Bunday.
UNITED STATES
FAIUROAD ADWINlSTfl-a-XlON
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COMPOUND
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and olds that lead to serious illness if
neglected.
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"The only remedy we ever cse for
congts and colds is Foley's Honey and
Tar Compound, ft has been our stand
by for years, end it never fails' us.'
T. H. Foley, Marquette, Mich.
"I surely know the worth of Foley
Hone;' and Tar, as I have taken it
wuh ijood results. Also Lave sold
hundreds of bottles." A. L. Suuu
bury, Parkersburg, V. Va.
Children like Foley's Honey
and Tar. It contains no opiates
end Till not injure a delicate
stomach.
ABOUT PEOPLE WE KNOW.
Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Mellugh have
returned to the city after enjoying
the holidays spent in Macon as the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Brown
and family. Before returning home
they also enjoyed spending a short
time with friends In Atlanta.
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Lieut, and Mrs. George Henderson
(Harriet Carbine) have returned to the
city after a short honeymoon spent
in Louisianna and other southern
states, and are at home to friends at
the DeSilvia home, 110 W. Gadsden
st., where they have taken apartments.
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Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Carter, son Hux
ley Carter, Miss Genevieve Carter and
Dr. York, U. S. N., composed a con
genial party motoring to Mobile for
the New Year holidays.
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Miss Carrie Roberts has returned
to her home in Salisbury, X. C, after
a short visit in Pensacola as the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Scarritt Mo
reno. Miss Roberts formerly made
her home in Tensacola and during
her visit enjoyed renewing many old
friendships.
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Mrs. J. B. Sludge (Mollie Blount)
of Adah, Oklahoma is voting for
some time in the city with her par
ents, Judge and Mrs. A. C. Blount.
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Lieut. E. B. Parsons. TJ. S. N In
charge of the anti-aircraft depart
ment of the Tensacola naval air sta
tion has been transferred to Washing
ton, D. C. for duty, to the regret of
his many Pensacola friends.
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Huxley Carter has returned to Pitts
burg after spending the holidays with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Car
ter. ,
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Mr. and Mrs. Edmund G. Carter
have returned home after visiting
through the holidays with relatives
and friends in Memphis, Meridian and
other points -
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Says a clipping from a Pennsyl
vania exchange,, Professor and Mrs.
B. L. Black have returned home after ;
spending the holidays at Three
Springs with Professor Black's par
ents. Professor Black, who was form
erly stationed at the Pensacola navy
yard ar.d Mrs. Black (Lillian Clark)
are making their home at State Col
lege, Pa., where Professor Black is
principal of the schools.
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. J. Wilson Mix has returned to the
city after spending the New Year with
friends In Bay Minette.
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Among guests in the city stopping
at the San Carlos are, Mr. and Mrs.
George II. Funck. San Antonio; Mr.
and Mrs. A. C. Reeder, Tipton Iowa;
Mr. and Mrs. C. I. Elliott, San Diego;
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hayward, Mem
phis; V. L. Hancock, Tallahassee; A.
C. Proudfoot, Chicago; Mrs. I. L.
Baldwin, Chicago.
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Friends will learn . with regret of
the very serious illness of ,JIrs. Dave
Nicholson, at the home of her daugh
ter, Mrs. A. R. McAllister.
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John Gunn has arrived in Pensa
cola from Cuthbert, Ga, to accept a
'position with the Chero-Cola Bottling
company.
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Friends of Mrs. F. A. Mirabella will
be gratified to know that she is re
ported as resting well after having
undergone an operation at the Pensa
cola hospital yesterday morning.
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Miss Emily Garrett of Charleston, S.
C. is the attractive gtiest of the
Misses Armstrong of Warrington.
Birth.
Chas. G. Arlson and wife, 1110 East
Jackson, a boy.
Death.
Mrs. Laura Reid.
Deeds.
James Largue and wife to L. F. St.
Mary and wife Lots 6 and 7, block
120, East King Tract $1.00 and other
consideration.
TV. J. Forbes and wife to S. L. Ful
ghum Lots S to 15, block 215, New
City Tract $1.00 and other consideration.
(Patent) United States to Hugh A.
Corley SW. 1-4 of NE. 1-4 of section
20, township 1 north of range 30 west.
E. E. White and wife to J. H. Sher
rill 'blocks 153, 154 and part; 148, East
King Tract, west of Tarragona-st
$1.00 and other consideration.
F. C. Sanguinet and wife to C. M.
Broxton Lots 16 and 17, block 13S.
New City Addition $1.00 and other
consideration,
Maxent Corporation to Thomas
Bowen Lots 1 and 2, block 144, Max
ent Tract $1.00 and other considera
tion. Pensacola Shipbuilding Co. to W. S.
Donaldson and wife E. 120 feet of lot
13, E. 120 feet of north 20 feet lot 14,
block 25, Belmont Tract $100.00.
(Timber Deed) W. T. Earnest and
wife to Southern States Lumber Co.,
timber on NE. 1-4 of NV. 1-4 section
28. and SE. 1-4 of SE. 1-4 section 20,
township 4 north, range 33 west $550
and other consideration.
Mrs. E. D. Lehman and husband to
Miriam G. Lehman Lot 13, block 167
New City Tract $250.00.
Wiley Gipson and wife by master,
to Weekley Bros. E. 1-2 of NE. 1-4
and SW. 1-4 of NW. 1-4, section 3G,
township 34 west $300.00.
.1- .2 ofWN
"Wm. H. Knowles and wife to Frank
C. Chaff in Lots 8, 9, 10, block 4S.
Belmont Tract (to correct former
deed) $1.00 and other consideration.
P. F. Askegren and wife, et al, to
Jesse McLamnay Parcel of land In
SW. 1-4 of NW 1-4, section 8, town
ship 5, north range 30 west $1.00 and
other consideration.
CALLS GOVERNORS
SHIPPING NOTES.
The government dredge Pettus was
towed Into port yesterday afternoon
by the tug Sea King, the dredge com
ing here from St. Andrews bay where
It has been working for some time
past. The dredge is on its way to
New Orleans.
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The Dutch steamer Kediri was con
voyed in to Pensacola yesterday aft
ernoon, by the tug Sea King. The
steamer came to Pensacola from St.
Andrews to finish her cargo before
leaving for a foreign port. On ac
count of rough weather in the bay
the pilot boat could not make the
steamer and the Sea King was sent to
bring it in.
The British steamship Indian moved
up to the L. & N. coal dock yesterday '
afternoon to load bunker coal. Tho
Indian came into port the day before,
but was delayed on account of the,
Mercedes de Larringa being at the
dock. The latter ship moved into the
stream yesterday afternoon and ;
dropped anchor to await favorable!
weather before getting under way. I
Watson, Parker & Reese Co.
'Everything to WEAR"
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CHICAGO Gov. Frederick D.
Gardner of Missouri, has called the
governors of the bituminous coal
mining states into conference to
determine what action should be
taken to Insure sufficient produc
tion of coal. The conference rec
ommended to the federal govern
ment a fuel board with an admin
istrator for each state.
MISSING BIRD LOVER-
WORKED IN FLORIDA
Central Trades Council Meets
tonight 7:30.
CENTENNIAL CASE
IN COURT TODAY
John B. Jones and Col. John S.
Beard are in Tallahassee today at
tending ths session of the supreme
court in connection with the quo war
ranto proceedings which are . to de
termine the exact status of the Flor
ida Purchase Centennial Commission.
The proceedings grew out of the de
cision of the commission to hold four
fairs Instead of a single world's ex
position. Hon. John S. Beard, acting
for the Pensacola centennial commit
tee, petitioned the attorney general to
institute the proceedings so that the
members of the commission will be
obliged to show by what authority
they hold office and also by what au
thority they propose to hold four
fairs.
Briefs and arguments will be before
the court today and a decision is ex
pected within the week.
Tallahassee, Jan. 6. (Special.)
Considerable interest Is taken here In
the Associated s Press dispatch pub
lished Friday telling of the locating of
Charles J. Pennock, of Kennett, Pa.,
and former state ornithologist,, . be
cause of what is believed to be the
local sequel to the story.
Last week, Mr. John Williams, who
has for some years been associated
with W. F. Linton in St. Marks in tho
fish business, came into Tallahassee
and stated that he was going back
home. He stated that hi3 brother-in-law
was here and that he was going
back to Philadelphia with him. Upon
leaving he gave his address as care
Dr. R. J. Phillips, Philadelphia, Pa.
Mr Williams was a prominent man
in and around St. Marks, and served
as a cotmty commissioner of Wakul
la county. So far from simply living
with the birds as his only solace, how
ever, he was Mr. Linton's right, hand
man in his fish, business, and served
the neighborhood faithfully and effi
ciently as a county commissioner. It
is understood that Williams has re
signed that position.
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Tat tc, fine; cost, a trifle. Delivered
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V.a Grocery Co. Phone them.
S. POUND
PENSACOLA DAIRY CO.
Pa?tuerT7Pfl Dairv Products
FRESH COUNTRY BUTTER
Phone 1321 No. 12 W. Garden St.
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"UNDER COVER"
ART CLUB TO HOLD
MONTHLY MEETINGS
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free from Dandruff and scalp troubles.
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YOUR 'HAIR -will grow long, soft glossy and
le easy to manage if you icill regularly use
BLACK AND WHITE ElAiR DRESSING
This best of hair growers is pure white, delicately perfumed and will
not clot. or gum. it keeps the scalp free frcm dandruff and other scalp
troubles, goes directly to the roots of. invigorates the old, and promotes
the growth of new hair. After using Black and White Hair Dressing for
several days, you will find that your hair is becoming soft, glossy and
fluffy, that you can dress your hair to suit your style of beauty.
Black and White Hair Dressing can be found at all good drug stores
or a large package will be sent you postpaid on receipt of 25c.
You Can Make Good Money.-Telling your friends and neighbors about
Black ar.d White Hair Dressing, and distributing advertising material
Writ-? Dept, N for attractive money-making offer.
Plough Chemical Company
Memphis, Tenn.
P. S.--B!ack end While Soap is best far Shampoo and Skin.
Permission to the Tensacola Art
club has been granted by the city
commissioners to use the council
chambers at the city hall for a regu
lar monthly meeting, the club to meet
their the first Thursday of each
month. This permission was granted
yesterday upon request of President
Mannie Runyan of the club. ,
The club will hold regularly month
ly meetings in the chamber for dis
cussion ar.d criticism, and a series of
lectures by prominent people of the
art worltj will be scheduled later. The
first meeting is to be held the first
Thursday in February.
The club will hold studio meetings
in their studio at Talafox and Inten-dencia-sts.
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Here are two fine values from
our Hosiery Section .
'these prices will jneet with the approval of all.
Silk Hosiery today is more or less a luxury, but
SILK HOSE
of Pure Thread Silk
Full fashioned, medium and dark grey only. Sizes
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SILK HOSE
Full fashioned of pure thread silk. Sizes 8 1-2 to
9 1-2 in black, cordovan and white, at
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NEW HOTEL AND RESORT PINE HARBOR
HOTEL AND COTTAGES O.N THE HAY SHONE AMONG THE PINES
Good Time AH the Time. Home Cooking. Reasonable Hates
I. O. IHILTON rSlbE MILTON, 40
How to Get There from Pcnnrcla: Take steamer Helmar at Palafox
Wharf at 10 a. m. Two hours r:df n the bay. or bv Motor to Terry to
Mulat via Milton, then south through Hacdad. or take L .4 N. to Miton
and telephone nuto to meet you at sfaticn.
THE JOURNAL WANT ADS
ARE RESULT GETTERS
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To try to control railroad
rates by arbitrarily limiting
profits is to put the manager
w ho makes his profits by effi
ciency and economy on tho
same level rs the one who
tries to accomplish the tame
result through extortionate
charges.
JTadtty liailromi Semritita
Commission ; It f port to tht
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THE old-time pack-bearer could carry a hun
dred pounds tea miles a day.
The railroad is the modern paek-bearer. For
every employee it carries 2,000 times as much.
Back of each railroad worker there is a $10,000
investment in tracks and trains and terminals, with
steam and electricity harnessed like a great beast
of burden.
Without this mighty transportation machine
the railroad worker could do no mere than the old
time packer. But with it he is enabled to earn the
highest railroad wages paid in the world, while the
country gains the lowest-cost transportation in the
world.
The modern railroad does as much work for half
a cent as the pack-bearer could do for a full day's
pay.
The investment of capital in transportation arid
other industries increases production, spreads pros
perity and advances civilization.
F To enlarge our railroads so that they may keep
.pace with the Nation's increasing production, to
improve them so that freight may be hauled with
less and less human effort a constant stream of
new capital needs to be attracted. ,
Under wise public regulation the growth of
railroads will be stimulated, the country will be
adequately and economically served, labor will re
ceive its full share of the fruits of good manage
ment, and investors will be fairly rewarded.
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