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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 18, 1921. OPTION GIVEN ON BAARS PROPERTY ' ' ROME CHAMBER ENDORSES PASTOR - Rome, Ga., Chamber of Commerce Re greti Departure Dr. Moncrief, New" Pastor First Baptist. FEAST OF EPIPHANY TO BE OBSERVED -LAST TIMES TODAY- WILLIAM s.) -' ; s DON'T SPRINKLE SALT ON THE TAIL OF DISAP POINTMENT ' ' l:y suppoalng you can wait until later anil then drop in and find Just- the pat-lorn-you ore looking for. If you need SH1KTS' today Is the day to buy them at a KEDCCTIOX OP S3 1-3 J'KRCENT.' $$3.00 SHIRTS NOW ..$2.00 $3.M SHIRTS NOW $2.33 $4.00 SHIRTS NOW $2.67 4.D0 SHIRTS NOW $3.00 CS.G0 iHIRTS NOW $3.33 J5.50 SHIRTS NOW $3.67 &S.00 SHIRTS NOW $4.00 17,50 SHIRTS NOW $5.00 f!.00 SHIRTS NOW $5.33 13.50 SHIRTS NOW .' $5.67 I10.CO SHIRTS NOW $6.67 SILK SHIRTS HALF PRICE l o BLOCK PEN3ACOLA FLOHIOA C;IY OF TAMPA RESUMES SCHEDULE i V i!l Make Trips Between Panaacola and Milton, Beginning Wednesday. The steamer City of Tampa, of Mil ton, will resume her regular run be tween illlion untl Pensacola tomorrow niornln niul v.'lll uho the steamer Tar jmn . 'l:nrf for docking. The City f Tampa will leave Milton tomorrow morning at C o'c'oek, to ar Vlve in Ponsicolu at 9:30 o'clock. On the return trip the steamer will leave the I'ensacola wharf at 1 o'clock in the afternoon, expecting to reach Ill ton by 3:30 o'clock. The City of Tampa wilt run on Mon day, WJnesday Thursday and Friday of each week. She is. commanded by Jl. P. Hroxton. and has as chief engi neer C. I. Ilarvell. Simpson Offers Abstract and Option for Property as Location of, Municipal . Docks. Abstract of title and an option for the purchase of the property known as Baars estate,' adjoining- the water front 'prop erty belonklnjf to the city, was submitted to the city" commissioners by Mayor San ders from ilt. B. Simpson yesterday af ternoon at the regular meeting of the commissioners. The property, has been under consideration by the commission ers as a probable site for the location of the municipal docks. The papers were received and filed by the commissioners and will be held until the final "decision as to the purchase of the . site for the city owned docks when that subject comes . up for final settle ment. " A"- resolution was introduced by Com missioner Ilinrlchs authorizing the ex penditure of $2,181 for the payment of te expense of repairing: the Alcanlz-st sower system. An estimate of the cost of the repair of the sewer was submitted at a former meeting by City Engineer Frank Jarrett. The report of the 'comptroller of the city, J. Harvey Baylis. was filed by the the commissioners.' The report was for the montht of December. According to the report the city has on deposit to the credit of the current fund $42,101.81 at the beginning of the month of Decem ber. During the month $28,899.28 was credited io the fund, and drawn from the fund for general expenses of the city during the month was $30,784.52, di vided among 'the various departments of the city government as follows: General expenfies, $6,335.29: police department. $4,043.24: fire departments $6,235.92; street department, $9,099.63, and the wa ter department. $5,070.44. FUNERAL J. L. H0YT HED YESTERDAY John Hoyt. Aged Confederate ' Veteran, v Dies at Home of Son. ESCAPED PRISONERS ARE STILL AT LARGE Search Has Failed to Apprehend Sevan Prisoner Escaping Fronr County Jail Up' to late last night the seven pris oners who took French leave- from the county Jail early Sunday morning were still free. Sheriff- Ellis and Chief Deputy Rice returned at noon yesterday with no further results in their search after visiting all nearby towns and railway stations. "Warning of their escape' and descriptions of the prisoners have, been serrt broadcast. It was at first thought that 10 pris oners had escaped but checking up of the books showed only seven. All were white. Six were In for vagrancy and the other, Lloyd Giley, was being held on a charge of larceny. Repairs and new locks are greatly needed at the jail. It is said. T. T. Wentworth, 'the commissioner in whose district the Jail is, has been recently authorized by the. new board of commissioners to make the . neces sary repairs and changes and ' the work will be speedly pushed through, It is announced. The " men ' made" their escape early Sunday morning with the aid of hack saws and blankets made Into a rope. The men were in cells on the third floor, Uacing the street. . The hack saws were shown to have been .ob tained from some one on the outside, being drawn up through the bars with a length of cheesecloth. Giley was in a separarte cell from the six men held for vagrancy. His cell had remained locked. Five of the other men had served as convicts on the road. The time' of all six would have expired shortly. The men were allowed ac cess to the passageway into ' which the cells opened. The president of the Pensacola Cham ber of Commerce has received the fol lowing letter from the president of the Rome. Ga., Chamber of Commerce, rela tive to the departure from Rome of Dr. A. J. Moncrief, the new pastor of the First Baptist church of this city. Dr. Moncrief has resigned as pastor of the First 'Baptist church of Rome and also from the membership of the Rome Chamber of Commerce. "Dear Sir: - "It is with extreme regret that we learn that our beloved townsman, mem- ber of our organization and pastor of the First Baptist church of this city. Dr. A. J. Moncrief, will soon sever his rela tions with this church and take up his duties in connection with one of the churches of your city. "Dr. Moncrief has been with us for twd and one-half years and during that time has greatly endeared himself to the I people of our city as well as to the members of his own church, and he has been a man that has taken an active in terest in all business and civic matters that were for the improvement and up building of Vie city.- "lie has been an active merhber of our Chamber of Commerce and It is with re great that we see him leave. We trust that his coming to Pensacola will be as profitable to your people as his stay in Rome" has been td ua and we hope that he may become an active member of your organization. "Hoping that you will give Dr. Mon crief a cordial greeting we commend him to your generous care and hospitality. JOHN M. VANDIVER, President, ffl A. D. HULL, Secretary. TO BE SOLD at auction on January 20 at noon, in front of the Custom House,. Mobile, Ala., the dismasted schooner Three Marys; 1165 tons, mately; nineteen hun dred tons deadweight capacity; with all 'her anchors and-ehains, don key 'boiler, engine, steam pumps, etc. For particulars apply to Mr. A. E. Wilson, Title Guar antee Building, New Orleans, La., or . Mr. Murray Wheeler, Peo ples Bank Building, Mo bile, Ala.' '! t.VciUAM OPTICAL CO. We Grind Our Own Lenses The funeral services of John Ludlow Hoyt, who died Sunday night, were held yesterday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from the residence of a son, D. D. Hoyt, 1511 K. Strong-Kt. The services were con ducted by Rev. C. W. Landers, pastor of the Church of Christ. Burial was made In the family lot in the Whitmlre ceme tery, near Ferry raws. Confederate vet erans of Ward Camp, No. 10, served as honorary pall .bearers: Messrs. Tate, Frederick. Flowers. Roberts, " Jones, Strickland. McVoy, Williams and West. Close friends were active pall bearers. Mr. Hoyt was 8C years of age and had been In excellent health until about a year ago. He was a native of Albany, N. Y and came south in his early man hood. Mr. Hoyt first came to Alabama and later to Florida, settling at Ferry Pass. In the Civil war he served with the confederacy, a member of Co. B, 1st Alabama Infantry, and'. saw his; first ser vice at Fort Barrancas. He was in the battle of Shllo. Island No. 10 and in the selge of Vicksburg. lie was' captured twice, once at Nashville, when he was later exchanged; and at Nashville. From there he was sent to prison at Columbus, Ohio, where he was when the close of the war came. During the last year of the war he married an Alabama girl. Since coming to Florida he had always made his home at Ferry Pass. One daughter and four sons immediate ly survive, besides a number of other relatives: Mrs. K. L. Jones of Ferry Pass, and J. II., George A.. D. D. and W. F. Hoyt of Hoyt Bros., Pensacola. LOOK OUT FOR THE RUTS OF POOR HEALTH There's Work to Be Done by Red-Blooded Men and Women with Strength and Energy. ; DO YOU FEEL FIT ' FOR YOUR JOB? Pepto-Mangan Tones Up and Purifies Blood of Busy Men and Over-tired Housewives. KIWANIANS WILL Horror imnpii Tiir uV mm YYiin inCi i Weekly Luncheon Will be Held Thursday Wlth.Y. M. C. A. Workers at "Y"( ' 1 Headquarters. The Kiwanians will hold their regular weekb' luncheon Thursday with- the workers in the Y. M. C. A. campaign at the "Y" headquarters on N. Palafox-st. instead of at the San Carlos as usual. The club will meet with the Y workers to further learn the purpose and details of the big Y campaign shortly to be put on in the city. SPECIAL MEETING OF LUTHERAN CHURCH Take any man who works with his hands all day, every day, week in and week out. He uses up energy lots of it. If he eats well and rests well ' his body renews its own energy. But ' there are days when he gets over- tired, he calls on his human engine ' to do more than it can. He strains. His blood gets thin. He feels weak and sluggish, maybe grouchy. He simply cannot get things done with his old-time vigor. It Is the same with women work ing aroundthe house every day. Days come when they overdo. And they pay the price. . Brain workers go through the same thing except that they are more like ly to suffer from impoverished blood because they usually work in stuffy offices. So when you get run down from overwork and strain. It is a good thing to know about that wonderful tonic, Pepto-Mangan. Begin taking it as soon as you feel the least bit run down. It will supply your blood with the food it needs. You will get back into your stride and pick' up again. You will go . through your working days feeling fit and able to get things done, to achieve and get ahead. Thou sands are doing it every day. ' Pepto-Mangan is for sale at your druggist's In both liquid and tablet form. Take whichever you prefer. But to make sure you get the genuine, ask for "Gude's Pepto-Mangan" and See that the name "Gude's" "is on the package. Adv. OLYMPIA CONFECTIONERY CANDIES SOFT DRINKS CIGARS 12 S. Palafox Phone 461 PAUL CRANK Wood Contractor, Any Length, Any Amount. F. O. B. Mollno, Fla. Land Clearing and Development of Farms. Consultation 'Solicited. Rm. 130S N. 15th Ave. Phone 1378. Panaacola, Fla. SITIWACTION GUARANTEED S n LES-STE VENON AUTO SERVICE CO. First Class Automobile Repairing. 136 E. INTENDENCIA ST. 7 Office Supplies Filing Cabinets Desks , - Chairs Transfer Files Everything for the Office Mayes Printing Company "The Quality Printer" 20-22 W. Government St. Phone 1S1. The pastor of the Lutheran church has called a special meeting of the mem bership of that church, Wednesday eve ning at 7:30 o'clock, at the church. Im portant' news received from St. Louis which " requires an early answer will be considered by the congregation tomorrow evening. AH voting. members of the church are especially requested to be- present. HOW DOCTORS TREAT COLDS AND THE FLU First Step in Treatment is a Brisk Purgative With Calo tabs, the Purified and Refined Calomel Tablets That Are Nausealess, Safe and Sure. Pensacola Testimony Doctors have found by experience that no medicine for colds and influ enza can be depended upon for full ef fectiveness until the liver Is made thor oughly active. That Is why the first atep in the treatment is. the new nau ealesa calomel tablet called Calotabs. which, arc free from the sickening and weakening effects of the old style calo mel. Doctors also point put the fact that an active ilver may fro a long wa? toward preventing Influenza and is one of the most important factors in enabling the patient to successfully withstand an attack and ward off pneumonia. - One Calotab on the tongue at bed time, with a swallow of water that's siL No salts, no nausea nor the High test interference with 'your eat ing, pleasure or work. Next morn ing your cold has vanished, your liver is active, your system is purified, and you are feeling fine, with a . hearty appetite for. breakfast. Druggist sell CsJotabs only In original sealed pack ages, price thirty-five cents. Yuui money will be cheerfully refunded it ou do not find them delightful- CAr PENSACOLIANS TO ATTEND MEETING Delegates Will Go to Washington for Convention Mississippi -Valley A sociation, 1921. Pensacola and the local Chamber of Commerce will be represented at the convention of. the Mississippi Valley association, which convenes in Washv Ington January 19 and 20, by Frank D. Sanders, mayor of the city, and W. A. Ray. ' The purpose of the conference will be to impress upon .the senators and congressmen from the twenty-seven states included in the territory of the Mississippi Valley association, which has a majority of votes in both the house and senate, the fact that the inhabitants of this great region are combined in one strong, concrete, forceful organization the sole purpose of which is to promote and protect the commercial, agricultural and general interests of Its entire area. This will be the strongest and most representative body of men that will ever have appeared in "Washington on a similar errand, and to make a. de monstration there that will bring; re sults not possible fo accomplish in any other way. , Messrs. Sanders and Ray will also represent the Chamber of Commerce at the South Atlantic States associa tion, and the Merchant Marine asso ciation, which convenes In Washington. The- governors of the states and mayors of cities embraced in this area have been invited to attend this con ference, quite a number of whom are expected to attend. John A. Merritt was also appointed as a delegate from the. Chamber of Commerce, though Mr. Merritt has been unavoidably prevented from af- tending. Rub-My-Tiam la a powerful anti septic; it kills the poison caused from infected cuts, cures old a ores, tetter, etc Aav. A WOMAN'S RECOMMENDATION. Mrs. D. T Tryor, Franklin Av.. Otse go, O., writes: "Nine years ago I was very much afflicted with kidney trou ble. I bought different kinds of medi cine, but all to no effect .until one day I bought a box of Foley's Kidney Pills. I realized so great a benefit from the use of that box that I feel safe in recommending Foley's Kidney Pills to any kidney sufferers." They relieve backache, sore muscles, rheumatic pains and bladder ailments. Sold everywhere. LOCAL MARINE IS IN FAMOUS OUTFIT Andrew J. Reeves Is Member of Fifth Regiment. So great was the rush to join the Fifth Marines, the famous regiment which made a distinguished war record in FYance and was awarded the Croix' de iGuene Fouragerre of the French army, that no more enlistments for the regi ment are to be received. One , of those who are privileged to belong to this "crack" regiment is An drew J. Reeves, the son of Mrs. Martha Gebhardt. of 135 W. Liberty St.. Pensa cola, who enlisted in the marine corps last July and has since been assigned to duty at the headquarters of the regi ment at Quantico, Va. Members of the "Fifth" wear the Four agerre decoration, looped over their left shoulders and upon dress occasions are garbed in the picturesque blue uniform of the marine corps. The regiment will be available for foreign expeditions, and will probably be transferred shortly to San Diego, ; Calif., for special training. SAGE TEA TURNS GREY HAIR DARK It's Grandmother's Recipe to Bring Back Color and Lustre to Hair. That beautiful, even shade of dark, glossy hair can. only be had by brew ing a mixture of Sage Tea and Sul phur. Tour- hair is your charm. It makes or mars the. face. When it fades, turns gray or streaked ,just an application or two of Sage and Sul phur, enhances its appearance a hun dredfold. - Don't, bother to prepare the mixture; you can fet this famous old recipe improved by the addition of other in gredients at a small cost ,all ready for use. It is called "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound. 1 This can al ways be depended upon to bring back the. natural color and lustre of your hair. , Everybody uses "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound" now because it darkens so naturally and evenly that nobody can tell It has jbeen applied. You simply dampen a sponge or soft brush with it and draw this through the hair, taking one small strand at a time; by morning the gray hair has disappeared, and after another appli cation it becomes beautifully dark and appears glossy and lustrous. Adv. . CARD OF THANKS. We wish to thank our many friends for the' kindness and assistance ex-' tended by them to us while in our deep distress and grief during the sick ness and death of our dearjy beloved motherland wife; also for the beauti ful floral offerings. ; W. J. PACE And Family. Local . Greeks Will Observe Feast . of Epiphany With Special Services Tomorrow. The- Feast of Epiphany will, be ob served by local Greeks with special services in the Greek church tomorow morning at 9 o'clock, and ceremonies at JBayview park from 10: 30 to 11:45 o'clock. From the church the congregation will go to DeVillier and Wright streets to take a 10 o'clock East Hill car. As the park has not been opened yet and the special car running from 16th. av enue and Blount street, the trip to the park will be made on foot, marching in a body. Cars will wait for the re turn trip at the close of the ceremonies- , . The ceremony to be at the park is beautifully symbolic of the event of the Feast of the Epiphany. This form of ceremony is only observed by the Greeks in seaport towns and, besides Pensacola. Tarpon Springs 13 the only place in Florida where such ceremon ies are held. NEGRO SENTENCED TO PENITENTIARY Gets One Year Following Plea of Guilty to Breaking and Entering Store. in The Cradle dfComagb' "I'm through with that' game," he said. "To- W morrow I'm Kelly the Copt" For out of the - Mat. 17c -280 ight 28c-55c l Miviiun ! rvoiiy no vspi ror OUT ct in blood and dust of France had been born a man rjry-.riT-;-- '"wjr vbw- Featurettes Isis News Itls Review Sennett Comedy 'IT'S A BOY" and . Isis Orchestra TOMORROW ROB'T W. CHAMBERS' "EVEN "AS'EVE5" Open 11 a. m. TODAY ,25- . ETHEL CLAYTON & JACK HOLT in "Crooked Streets' A Story of Shanghai the "Paris" of the Orient JIB m HAPPY HOOLIGAN COMEDY CARTOON Tomorrow Eddie Polo In "KING OF THE CIRCUS Henry Taylor was sentenced to one year at hard labor in the state peniten tiary yesterday by Judge Jones, of the court of record, on charges of breaking and entering. The negro was placed un der arrest by Lieut. McClure of the po lice department folowing complaints made J oy residents near tne store.r-, The negro pleaded guilty to the charge of breaking and entering a store on Bel mont and Tarragona streets, and taking a quantity of cigarettes . and a small amount of change. Ethel Taylor was fined $5 and costs and given a suspended sentence on con dition that she leave the state and re main away. She was held under a charge of misdemeanor, r Three men pleaded guilty to the charge of being . vagrants and without having any visible means of support. They gave the names of James Cary, Virgil Garnet and Ernest Huff and were given a sen tence of 80 days in the county jail. P A STDRfl E TMEATTRE Today, Wed, and Wed. Matinee The Musical Comedy Sensation of Two Continents 'Alma Where Do You Live Played for 500 Nights at Weber's Theatre, N. Y.City. Pretty Music and Songs, Costumes and Scenic. Effects. Another Play that Will be the Talk of Pensacola. Reserved Seats Now on Sale for TtO- Wed. Nights. No advance in prices. Box office open from 11 to 2 and 5:30 p. m. Don't Miss Seeing This Show. CUT THIS OUTIT IS WORTH MONEY. Cut out this slip, enclose with . 5c and mail it to Foley & Co., 2835 Shef field Ave., Chicago, 111., writing your name and address clearly. You will re ceive in return a trial package con taining Foley's Honey and Tar Com pound for coughs, colds. and croup; Foley's Kidney Pills for pains in sides and back; rheumatism, backache, kid ney and bladder ailments; and Foley Cathartic- Tablets, a wholesome and thoroughly cleansing cathartic for con stipation, biliousness, headaches, and sluggish bowels. Sold everywhere: CHIEF DEPUTY CLERK DISTRICT COURT RETIRES Miss Anjta G. Chipley has retired as chief deputy clerk of the United . States District Court for the northern dis trict of . Florida after 17 years of effi cient service. Miss Agnes Williamson of Tallahassee has been appointed successor to Miifs Chipley. Miss Williamson has served as deputy clerk of the supreme court of Florida, as secretary to Park Trammell during the time that he was governor and was his secretary in Washington for two years when he was elected to the senate. ' " (SETTER THAN WHISKEY FOR COLDS AND FLU tfew Elixer, Called Aspironal, Medicated With Latest Scien tific Remedies, Used and En dorsed by European and American Army Surgeons tc Cut Short a Cold and Prevent Complications. The steadiest nerves, the steadiest muscles of the most experienced and skilful golfer count for little without ACCURACY OF EYE. Perhaps a reliable optometrist can help you improve your score, by fitting your eyes with needed lenses. . Consult Our Optometrist. WIQJL C. DIFFER BERIF(E 14 So. Palafox St. "Welcomes the comingSpeeds the parting guest." Every Druggist in U. S. In structed to Refund Price While You Wait at Counter if Relief Does Not Come With- . in Two Minutes. Delightful Taste,- Immediate Re lief, Quick Warm-Up. r Straighten your curly, coarse hair. Q U E E TJ okVSo mmm SMOKT, STtrr. cumlv HAtm to w mn sad STaaJCMT. AIM r now dandraff mad itefcte Ml p. Qomb ia gmnatm to te la has. Try Ms. OrtMt 8yMtll...aS9Ci NEWBRO MTG. CO., Atlanta, Ga. N Agsnts Wanted WfflTC ro TEAMS Tha sensation of th year la th drug trade is Aspironal, the two minuta cold and cough reliever, auth oritatively guaranteed toy the labora- toriea; tested, approved and most : thuslastically endorsed by the high fst authorities, and proclaimed by thV rommon people as ten times" as quick and effective as whiskey, rock and rye, or any other cold and cough rem edy they vhave ever tvied. All drug stores are now supplied rith the wonderful new elixir, so all you havo to do to get rid of that cold la to step into the nearest drug storo, hand the clerk half a dollar for a toot He of Aspironal and tell him to- serve you two tea spoonfuls with four tea spoonfuls of water in a glass. With your watch In your hand, take the drink at one swallow and call for your1 money back la two minutes if you cannot fee2 your cold fading away like a. dreaan within the time limit. Don' he bashful, for all druggists invite you and expect you to try it. Everybody' doing it. When your cold or cough is re-4 iieved. take the remainder of the nottle1 bxisne to your wife and babies, fori Aspironal is by far the safest and; most effective, the easiest to take and tha most' agreeable cold and -ough remedy for Infanta ajod nh U4r n-A-4 ..... f An Electric Porcli Light is a cheerful wel come to your home. Equipped..wiih a Mazda Lamp it will provide sufficient light for your evening porch parties. . " ' ' ' r - . 'm Snapped on or off instantly it affords excellent protection; from burglars, sneak thieves and night prowlers. It will guide the guest to the waiting car -will add much to the bright, attractive appearance of your home.- , Peinisacela Phone 2010.