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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 10, 1920
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TCI VERY
man wants to
live long, but no one
wants to grow old
Pon:e de Leon thought he could find eternal youth in a
drink of water. But neither Florida water nor monkey
glands ever helped grandfather climb a tree or play one-old-(tat.
Men Who Stay Young no matter what their age have
fourd the secret in the clothes they wear.
A suit and overcoat of just the right cut, a cravat with just
the right color, a smart, proper collar, a jaunty hat and a
cane; hung over the arm careless like this is a combination
that makes a man look young and feel younger.
Men, young men and younger men all find supreme satis
faction here.
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"BETTER CLOTHES"
BICYCLE RACES
FOR JULY FOURTH
The bicycle club meeting held last
right at Wentworth's bicycle store
was well attended by Interested cycl
ists who promise Rome live sports in
the near future. A bicycle race was
talked of to take place on the Fourth
of July. For this occasion a large
and valuable list of prizes will be
Fought from the manufacturers of bi
cycles and bicycle parts.
A club run will be enjoyed Sunday
afternoon by a large number of the
boys, those going, to leave Went
worth's shop at 2 o'clock.
An invitation will be extended the
cyclists at the high school and the
Shipbuilding plant to affiliate them
selves with the club.
REPORTS BREWTON
ROAD IN GOOD SHAPE
J. A. Kainpe of the Ilainpe Special
ty company, of Brewton. Ala., who
was formerly with the Rhodes-Collins
company, is in Fensacola on business.
He drove down from Brewton yester
day and reports that the Brewton
Flomaton road is in much better con
dition than tb Flomaton-Pensacol-
road
BIG BUSINESS IN
CHIPLEY CIRCUIT COURT
A number of attorneys from the
first circuit are in the city today,
disposing of a case in which Judee
A. G. Campell is disqualified, and
among them is our former townsman,
Hon. R. A. McGeachy, state attorney
of the first circuit.
The past year has been unusually
hard on Judge T). J. Jones, Judge of
the ninth circuit. Numbers of cases
inwhich, judges in the state are dis-i
qualified are brought before him for
trial, especially chancery matters.
On account of the column of busi
ness in the circuit, there has been
sorno talk of creating a new circuit
to be composed of Holmes and Wal
ton counties. That arrangement would
lighten the work on Judge Jones as
well as Judge Campbell of the first,
who is also, it is said, pressed prac
tically all the time to keep up with
the large amount of business coming
before him in his circuit. "With the
great progress being made in Holmes,
Washington and Bay counties, which
compose the ninth circuit, the matters
in the court will become so great with
in two years where no one judge
could possibly be able to handle it
wish that degree of cars necessary,
and have a moment , of time for rec
reation and rest.
INCOME-TAX FACTS
YOU SHOULD KNOW
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stone.
every Slates
was
marrii
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tol-1 1
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fo pa;
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changt
i is a series of income-tax
of informative vp.lue to
single person in the United
whose, net income for iOll)
l.OtX) or more and every
d person ond head of a
whose net income was
or more. The taxpayer is
iow 1o make out his in
ax form, when and where
if, and when and where
the tax. Deductions and
fions to which the taypay
cntitled are shown, and
I attention directed to
s in the rates.
No. 2.
Income-Tax Facts You Should Know.
Twenty thousand persons last year
paid a fine of $5 each for failure to
file an income-tax return for 1918, al
though tleir income for that year was
not taxable.
The revenue act- provides an exemp
tion of $1,000 for single persons, J2.000
for marr ed persons and heads of
families, and an additional exemption
of $200 f r - each person dependent
upon th.-i taxpayer, if such person is
under-18 years of age, or incapable of
self-support. The delinquents last
year wen persons whose income ex
actly equaled the amount of the ex
emptions and who considered it un
necessary therefore, to file a return,
and othe-s whose income was non
taxable oecause, of dependents, and
who wcro under a similar mistaken
impression.
For example, a single man, with a
net income of Si. 000 wns sntmnriinr a
sister for whom he was allowed .an '
exemption of $200, placing his income
in the nontaxable list. For this rea
son he d d not file a return. When
his delinquency was discovered
through a return filed by his employ
er, who is required to report payments
of 51.000 or more to each employee,
he was filed $".
Must File a Return.
To avoid penalty, every person
whose inome for the last year equaled
or exceed-?d $1,000 or $2,000. according
to their marital status or their status
as the head of a family, must file a
return. The law makes no exceptions,
the penalty for failure being a fine of
not more than $1,000.
Head of a Family.
Whether or not a -person is the
"head of a family" and entitled to
?2.000 exemption is a question to be
determined largely by circumstances
sjrroundirg each individual case. The
fixing of his status decides, in many
instances, whether his income is tax
able or nontaxable. f
A head of a family is defined by
treasury regulations as "a person who
actually supports and maintains one
or more individuals who are closely
connected with him by blood relation
ship, relationship by marriage, or by
adoption, and whose right to exercise
family control and provide for these
dependents is based upon some moral
or legal obligation." A single person
is the head of a family if he is the
sole support of relatives living in tne
same house with him and if he exer
cises control of household affairs. The
words "sole support" are used In the
sense that there is no other person to
whom the dependents may look for
support. Income from other sources,
such as interest on bonds, stock divi
dends,, pensions, etc., if meagre enough
still to leave the recipient dependent,
does not preclude a claim for exemp
tion. Such income, however, must be
included in the return of the head of
the family.
Can Not Divide Exemption.
The SI. 000 additional exemption al
lowed the head of a family can not be
divided between two single members
of a household. A division of re
sponsibility excludes the parties from
such claim. A single person who does
not qualify as the head of a family
niii.v still claim an Examination of $2t
for each person dependent upon him
for support, if such person is under IS
years of age or incapable of self-support.
A son " who has left home but
who sends to his mother more than
half the sum required for her sup
port is entitled to the $200 exemp
tion, provided the mother can. not sup
port herself. Otherwise the amount
must.be considered as a gift, and,
therefore, is not deductible. A son liv
ing at home and supporting his mother
may claim the $2,000 exemption al
lowed the head of a family, but no
an additional exemption of $200 unless
the mother is incapable of self-support
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Take HAYES' HEALING HONEY. 35c
To Heal A Cough
No Great " Act of Heroism Required
l
If some "great act of heroism was
necessary to rvrotect a child from
croup, no mother would hesitate to
protect her' offspring, but when it is
only necessary to keep at hand a bot
1 !e of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
und give it as soon as the first indi
cation of croup appears, there are
many who neglect it. Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy is within the reach of
nil and is prompt' and effectual.
SPECIAL
Strictly Fresh Yard Eggs, guaranteed
At the Store, per doz ..... .65c
Delivered, per doz. . . . . 70c
J. P. REMICH & SON
The Store That Satisfies
Phone 722
5s
"Hea&iche, eyeache or any trouble with
your eyes or glasses may cause you
many uncomfortable days or make im
possible the doing1 of perfect work in
your studies or your business.1 Begin
1920 right, by having your eyes ex
amined now.
Consult our Optometrist.
WILL C. EBlfFEfiDEiirEIS
JEWELER AND OPTICIAN
The House of Reliable Goods. 14 South Palafox Street.
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The Wise Housewife Buys Here
She Can Save Money So Can
NICE COUNTRY BUTTER
lb
OTTOLENE
8 lb bucket .
COTTOLENE
4 lb bucket
QUAKER OATMEAL
3 for
YOUNG CHICKENS
per lb
YOUNG HENS
per lb .
VAN CAMP'S TALL CREAM
per dozen
VAN CAMP'S SMALL CREAM
per dozen
CALUMET BAKING POWDER
lb can t
BUCKWHEAT FLOUR
2 for . .... -. :r.Tr.T.T.1. .".';.'
LUXURY SPAGHETTI
per dozen
OCTAGON SOAP
per dozen
OCTAGON WASHING POWDER
6 for
HONEYBOY S. R. FLOUR
24 lbs. -for
HONEYBOY S. R. FLOUR
12 lbs. for
PANSY FLOUR, PLAIN
24 lbs
VETAN COFFEE
per lb
MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE
per lb
PRINCE ALBERT TOBACCO
x 2 for
U. S. MARINE TOBACCO
3 for
BULL DURHAM TOBACCO
3 for
BROWN'S MULE TOBACCO
Thick . . .
BROWN'S MULE TOBACCO
Thin, 2 for
CAMELL CIGARETTES
per box .
CHESTERFIELD CIGARETTES-
per box ......
ALL DIME SNUFFS
3 for
DRYGOODS
DUCK HEAD OVERALLS
per suit
MEN'S FLEECE LINED UNDERWEAR-
per suit ,
MEN'S RIBBED UNDERWEAR
per suit
36-IN. YELLOW BLEACHING
per yard
36-IN. WHITE BLEACHING
per yard ;
BEST DRESS GINGHAMS
per yard
GINGHAMS
per yard .
BEST OUTING FLANNELS
per yard
ONE LOT LADIES HIGH TOP SHOES
per pair
APPLEGATE GR
OCERY CO.
The Cash and Carry Store
Belmont and Ninth Avenue
Because
You.
80c
$2.65
$1.30
o 5 c
45c
40c
$1.80
85c
20c
- , 25 c
40c
90c
25c
$1.65
90c
$1.65
60c
50c
25c
25c
25c
35c
$1.60
$1.65
25c
$5.50
$2.00
$2.00
20c
30c
35c
20c
25c
$4.00
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V.-'"M?'
Mid-Month. List of
Art Hickman's Dance Orchestra Came
From San Francisco to Nevork1b Make
These 8 Exclusive Columbia Dance Records
From the St. Francis Hotel, San" Francisco, by way
of the New Ziegfeld Midnight Frolic and the Biltmore
Hotel to the Columbia Recording Laboratory. That
was the record-breaking, record-making trip this ex
clusive Columbia organization undertook to play:
5y Eaby Arms Fox-trot from "Follies of
1919"
On the Street of Cairo One-step
Pesy Fox-trot . . . .
Tell Me Why Fox-trot . . . .J
Hesitating Eiues Meilcy Fox-trot Intro.
Hating blues iieiiey r ox-trot mtro.
ducine "Beai Street Blue" and "Hesitation Bluei' A-28IJ
se Draftia Blues Medley Fox-trot j 85
lturcducirtg "St. Francis Bluei"
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r- s M tew, r fsMm
lies of. 1
f 85c
J
A-2812
6 So
Patches Fox-trot . . a
Sweet and Low Waltz Jti . L
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A-2814
B3
i,k. mija -) fj
7 '
Here's George Ivleader s
First Double lecord
This splendid tenor, the latest addition
to Columbia's long list of exclusive artists,
thrills you with that song of love and
longing, "I KnowVhat It Means to Be
Lonesome." Coupled with "I Never
Knew," a solo sure to make you sigh for
the caresses of your own sweetheart.
A-2826 85c
A Few More
Bye - Low Campbell
I'll Always be Waiting for Yo
Charles Harrison
Mid-Month Hits:M
bell and Burr-A.2827 v,
"1A
85c
Toscha Seidel's Supreme Violin Solo
"Eili, Eili." 49526 $1.50
COLUMBIA CRAFONOLAS
Standard Mod a la tip toS3C0
Period Deaifna up to 93100
Get the New Columbia
NOVELTY RECORD BOOKLET
Every Columbia Dealer has it
New Columbia Record on Salt
the 10th and 20th of Every Month
COLUMBIA GRAPHOPHOXE COMPANY, New Yori
veryone Loves
Commbia D
ance
Musifj
World-famous musicians await your wish always ready, always waiting, always willing to
play your favorite dance music on the Columbia Grafonola. Wherever there is a Columbia
Grafonola, there is always entertainment. The
Columbia
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and Columbia Records will give you, as often as you wish, whatever music you like best. Band
and orchestra selections, popular song hits, grand opera arias, patriotic and sacred music, instru
mental novelties the world's best music within your reach!
Come in and enjoy a Columbia entertainment this week.
MACHINES FROM 32.50 TO 250.00 IN STOCK
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JOE MANAS SE, JR., Manager.
z 109 South Palafox Street
Pensacola, Florida
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