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Hi Look What's Today, and at Regular Prices, Too! "The Unknown Ranger" The Greatest Western ..Story Ever Filmed... Starring REX RAY With a Cast of Dare Devil Performers. FATTY ARBUCKLE in "HOOKED" Constance Tnlmadgfe in "HER MISTAKE" WHEELER ELECTED AS SECRETARY t i i Retailors Separate from Chamber of Commerce for Efficiency. JUNIOR BOYS ATY CHUR CHE S ft HOLD CELEBRATION Eecitis the work of the Retail 2fer chants' i30ciation has become bo broad that it. requires a full-time sec retary, the association has decided to withdraw from the senior organization and maintain Its own establishment with a paid secretary who is to de vote his entire time to the work of the retailers. At yesterday's meeting of the asso ciation, "VV. W. Wheeler was elected secretary and will assume his new duties at once. One feature of the new organization will be a more ex- I tended application of the credit rating system. Ultimately, It is expected the retailers will have offices of their own. Victory of Wildcats In Efficiency Con test is Commemorated. First Baptist Church A. J. Moncrief, pastor. 9:30 a. m., Bible school; Lee Mac donnell, superintendent. There were A. ! 50 present in the business men's class We would like to make ! I isouiers in trie new Herman army i are I" be instructed in the principle of ! international law in time of peace and ! war. and the rights and duties of cit- The boys' rooms of the Y. M. C last night was a scene of unusual in-.! last Sunday. terest, when 80 boys sat down to a lisn i it jno. chowder and ice cream dinner, a regu- n a m irornlng worship; anthem bjr chir, selection by Mr. and Mrs. winning team of the recently Uosed ef-! -tlne who win direct the music m ; : ficiency contest, conducted by the boys' j 3aily meeting's this week; sermon sub-j and psychological departments wf theiject: Breaking Fallow Ground." Y. M. C. A. There were tour twu tn J 3:30-5:30 These hours will be used the contest, and the "Wild Cats." cap- j by the church membership for' church talned by Billie Hendricks, were me I vla;uttion to the sick, the shut-in, the u-iiinom hut nil nf rha hovs of the nun-I . ... , - - - - - . siranrcrs ana new-comers who have found no-church-home In the clty 7:45 p. m., evening worship; 30 min utes of song and praise, led by Mr. Stine, followed by an anthem by the church choir. The pastor's message will be: "Eternity, Where?" At 7:45 o'clock every night this week evangelistic services will be held. A cordial welcome to the public. BIG f2 , fjF.j tha boys f.ji? ' thev had SUNDAY AND MONDAY, Apr. 3 & 4 Marshal Neilan's Big Production ? CHARLIE CHAPLIN THE COUNTRY GOD FORGOT and BEN TURI'IN in With Tom Santshi, Geo. Faw- the Big Special Fca cett, Mary Charleson, Willgture, "IURLESQUE llinhin I hnt-fi - I ' ...I ,1 ' ptf iJl LCI IV . V-IUilltU A.L.n I'J ' Kva 1. Howe, Elizal yj : .way .McMillan, Eliz 1 jiay. May Belle Gi Victoria Ford. ON CARMEN" ft. .-rm'." -7,-1-. A k mm.nmm AND LOOK AT THE PRICES 10c and 25c COUNTY BOARD WILL MEET THIS MORNING The county commissioners will meet this mornlngf to take up routine mat tera. Work on the Llllian-Mlllview work Is expected to bo started shortly, the contract having been let to Rov Taylor for $14,500. The county has no funda avallablo now, owing to delay? in paying taxes, but Mr. Taylor has agreed to finance the work for six montha, the Interest to' be paid by and Barclay, of Lillian, are contribu ting: $500 toward the work. The coun- Boy Good Goods (For Your Health's Sake) Such as Magnolia Farm Butter, 1-lb." prints . , . .65c Magnolia Farm Pure Cane Syrup, 2 gal G5c Gardner's Cakes, 1-lb. cuts at 37c Layer Cakes, SU to 4 lbs. each, at perjb. ....40c Roast Beef, Govt, goods, 2- lb. net cases at 35c We carry only high grade chicken feed. Sunbenm Dates are extra fancy; pkg 25c Fancy Smyrna Fig pound bulk, at 45c WE DELIVER Hoyt Bros. & Co. QUALITY & SERVICE 103-105 N. Palafox St. Phone 812. ty requires that the interest money be deposited within ten dajs in order that the contract can be handed to Mr. Taylor. BEIRNE ATTENDS STATE CONVENTION H. T. Bieme leaves this morning for West Palm Beach to attend the an nual convention of the State Associa tion of Plumbers and Steam Fitters, affiliated with the A. F. of L. .On the return trip Mr. Bierhe announces that he will stop over in Tallahassee to discuss labor matters with various members of the legislature. ior department were invited and almost a hundred percent was present. U. S. Marshal Jas. B. Perkins made the principal address of the evening. He stressed the importance of the boys de veloping Into a full well-rounded liie, and not into a one or two-sided boy, and pointed out that to do this ho had to develop the mental, physical and spiri tual. J. P. Moore, general secretary of the Y. M. C. A., acted as toastmaster and introduced the speakers. Rev. E. deforest Heald, J. E. D. Yonge. C. S. Brierly and Dr. R. R. Spencer. Alex i 01s ;i. physical director, presented Y. M. ! C. monogram emblems to the 21 boys ' l i t . . nt of the Wild Cat team. In pre- .'j .si-nting the emblems he made clear to s tnat tney couia nut purcnuss lems and wetu them, but that they haid to' be won in some association SI contest to be worn. Mrs. C. ci. Brierly and Mrs. J. if. Moore were in charge of the service, as i siatetl by the following girls, members I of the Sunday school class of Mrs. iirierlv: Clarine Kunyan, Sarah Trotter, Elizabeth Mackey, Mattie izabeth Hixon, Ruby ay. -May iselto uray, anme ecoiu ;VJ Hazel Chilculit, Otis Manning and Edith v . .rierly. . n . ...11 I . . aa Xiie iouuwHig UKjya wee i'lcacHt - i members of the Wild Cat team: Stuart ' Moffett. Billie Hendricks, Captain; Jas. Watson, Sam Pasco, Walker V'illis, Sam P.osenbloom, Marion Vickery, Harry Abrahams, Billie Fisher, William Hixon, Kalph Johnson, Tom McGuire, Joe Roth, Bilho Mays, Rufus Brewton, Han Ber son, Shirley Touart. John Massle, Morris lavls. Harry Eee McGill, liarry Thorn ton. In addition to the above team 'were also present: Carl Daw, Earnest iayland. Marion Josie Rose- nau, Kmi.iett Kehoe, Evert Mathis, James Collins. Clinton ' DirTenderfer, , Chas. Forum, Angus McMillan, Cecil ' ton. Billie SheDard. Harold Gonzales. BiKle Merritt, Fred Johnson, Bennle Ed mundsoii. Quintin Quigley, Floyd Wil liams, Wm. Malone, Louis Solomon, Les ter Bear, Norborne Brown, Walter Gra ham, Orland Davis, Marcus Moore Fran cis Robinson, John Tatom, Melvm Ber lin, Halcomb Cushman, Carter Cushman, Luey Gray, FTancis O'Connor, Brandon Snead, Marion Smith, Kade Thurman, Gale Whitting, Wm. Layland, Chas. Pe terson, Dick Swaine, Chester Smith, Eu gene Villar, Lloyd Wolfe. In addition to the abotre boys there were the following men present: U. S. Marsi.ul Jas. B. Per kins, J. E. David Yonge, Dr. U. R. Spencer, Rev. E. deForet Heald, John P. Moore, Alex E. Olsen and C. S. Brierly. Miss Miriam Olsen and Miss Elizabeth Ray. ;1 1 l.t : J! It rj j Ira .Heinberg. Mitchell Jacoby, Bii Fleming, Dudley Greenhut, Josi STOMACH UPSET? Get at the Real Cause Tak9 Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets Gadsden Street Methodist Church Corner Gadsdn-st and Xinth-ave. W. P. Hurt, D. D., pastor. 903 E. Jackson-st. Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. If you do not attend any Sumiay school you are cordially invited to join this large and rapidly growing school. Classes suit ed to every age. Public worship, 11 a. m. Bishop ( Cannon was announced to preach at ' this hour but latest advices tell us I that he will not be able to be with us. Dr. R. II. Bennett, one of the greatest preachers in Methodism, will preach in his stead. Come and hear this great and eloquent leader in our educational movement. At this hour we will also have baptism and reception of mem bers into the church. Junior church. 3 p. m. Epworth League, 6:30 p. m. Woman's Missionary society, Tues day, 3 p. m. Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Calendar society, Thursday 3 p. m., with Mrs. L. C. Philips. Xo preaching service Sunday night as we are all expected to attend the union service at the First Methodist. At this church you will always nnd a friendly atmosphere, hearty congre gational singing, a pure straightfor ward gospel preacher and a cordial welcome. Come and worship with us. and 13 L O 0 1 at the prices that Warfield's offer you today, and listen, these few items are merely to give you an idea of the quality of groceries we handle and the low prices asked. Peacock Syrup, lVHb can 12c Peacock Syrup, 5-lb. can 40c Peacock Syrup, 10-lb. can 80c Farm House Preserves, lib. 6-oz. jar 49c (Peach, Plum, Blackberry, Loganberry) Farm House Preserves, Strawberry, 1-lb. 6-oz. jars . 52c No. 1 can Sliced Table Peaches at 19c At this time when wages are decreasing, thrifty buying on the part of the housewife will help considerable. By trading at War field's you can save a few pennies on each article that will amount to a great deal in a short time. It's the small savings that count. The Busy Store on the Side Street. Cor. Alcaniz and Intendencia. That's what thousands of stomach eufferers are doing now. Instead of taking tonics, or trying to patch up a poor digestion, they are attacking the real cause of the ailment clogged livet and disordered boweli Di. Edwards' Olive Tablets arouse the liver in a soothing, healing way. When the liver and bowels are per forming their natural functions, away goes indigestion and stomach troubles. Have you a bad taste, coated tongue, poor appetite, a lazy, don't care feeling, no ambition' or energy, trouble with undigested foods? Take OliveTablets, the substitute for calomel. Di. Edwards' Olivt Tablet3 are a purelj vegttabk compound mixed with obvt oil. Yot will know them bv their clive coloi. They cio the work without griping, cramps or pain. 1 ake one Or twe at liedtime for quick tiel. Eai what you like. 15c and 30c. Saves Shoes and Stockings They will last t-vice as long ii you shake Into your Shoes AILEN'S FOOT EASE, the Antiseptic Healing powder for the feel. It takes away the sting of Corns, Bunions, Callouses,, sore, aching, swollen, tender feet. Allen's Foot-Ease stops the friction which causes the wear on shoes and stockings, saves expense and makes walking a delight. Shake it into your shoes, Sprinkle it in the foot bath. Sold everywhere. VETERANS ELECT SLATTON LEADER Foreign Service Organization Holds First Election. First Presbyterian Church. Sunday school. 9:30 a. m. Morning service, 11 a. ro. The sac rament of the Lord's Supper will be observed at this service. Junior and Wee Folks' Mission Band will meet at the church at 4 p. m. This is the first meeting of the new year and a full attendance is requested. Christian Endeavor society, 6:30 p. m. Evening service, 7 : 30 p. m. Mid-week prayer meeting-, "Wednes day, 7:30 p. m. o First Christian Church. Corner Seventh -ave and Gadsden -st. Church school opens for 15 minutes worship at 9:45 a, m., followed by the usual 35 minutes study of the Word and training for Christian service. If you are not a member of a school come and join with us and we will make it helpful to you. Morning worship, ministry of the Word and the Lord's Supper begin ning at 11 a. m. Subject: "The Ideal Christian." At the close of the service all those who were baptized recently will be given a copy of the New Testa- j ment. i Mission Band. 3:30 p. m. Young People's Christian Eendeavor, ! 6:30 p. m. Evening service, 7:30 p. m "Whosoever Will, Let . Him. Subject: The local post of the Veterans of For- j The church where you will feel at eism Wars completed its nermanent or- ! home. ganization at the chamber of commerce ; rooms last night and elected officers. The charter was left open for one more : week and will ho closed at the meeting j next Friday night at 8 o'clock at. the ; same place. Thirty new members were taken in last night MINOR J. ROSS, Minister. St. Katherine's Episcopal Church. Corner Slxth-ave and Cervantes-st. John C. Skottowe, rector. Rectory, 502 E. Cervantes-st. Phone Lutheran Church. Xo Sunday school. confirmation service, 10:30 a. m. Holy communion service, 7:30 p. m. v-j..iession starts 7 p. m. All communicants are requested to send in their names as soon as possi ble to the parsonage. Services will be held by Rev. II. M. Hennig of Mobile, Ala. o The Salvation Army. Services for Saturday and Sunday in Citadel: Saturday night at 8 o'clock, salva tion service. Sunday morning at 11 o'clock, holi ness service. Sunday school at 2:30 p. m. Toung People's service at 6 p. m. Sunday night at 8 o'clock a special service conducted by Ensign McAteer. This service will be interesting to all. The public is invited to all of the services. Calvary Baptist Church. Corner Tenth-ave and Gardtn-st. Sunday school, 3 p. m., W. L. l'ate, superintendent. At 4 p. m. the W. M. U. will rrndvr a program on tithing and stewardship, led by members of the W. M. U. of the First Baptist church. B. Y. P. 1'. meeting, G:30 p. m. Preaching, 7": 30 p. m. Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. All are invited to attend these services. DADE COUNTY OFFICERS GET 100-GALLON STILL MIAMI, April 1. Officers last night destroyed at the edffe of the Ever glades a 100-gallon still, said to he the largest yet discovered in this section. Silas Murray, negro, who acknowledged ownership, told the officers he has been peddling the liquor nightly throughout ti:e county, under $1,000 bond. He was held By showing a green cross, physician? on en urgency calls get traffic right f way in Louisville. Ky, Not A Biemifth tnar the perfect appearance ef her complexion. Permanent and temporary skin trouble are effectively concealed. Keduces unnatural color and corrects lireasy tkin. IligMy anJUepHc. Send 15c. for Trial Si 3 FERD. T. HOPKINS & SON, New York Oapt. S. R. M. Kennedy was nominated i 1395., reliel yr- c- a I I i for post commander but declined" to! 1 serve because of the press of his work, j , Officers were elected as follows: R. L. ; Slatten, post commander; P.alph A. Jury, i , senior vice commander; Oscar II. Ham- ilton, junior vice commander; E. P. I Brier, adjutant; Carl C. Holmes, quar- j termaster; Harry Marrlner., officer of j the day; C. H. .Wnlgan, and Thos. Burke, trustees patriotic instructor; E. G. Biggins, post historian; Jeter Banks, sergeant major; Ta.bot Whidden, quartermaster sergeant. Sunday, April 3 (first after Easter). Holy communion, 7 a. m. Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. Litany, 10:30 a. m. Holy communion and sermon, 11 a. m. CITRUS EXCHANGE TO MEET IN MIAMI Evening prayer and address, 7:30 p. M. McCarthy m. M. McCarthy, i Fridav Litanv and address. 7:30 p. m. Daily celebration holy communion, 7 a. m., except Saturday. Wednesday, Men's club at rectory, 8 p. m. ;esino a healing house hold ointment The name soothing, healing prorv crtied that make Rsinol Ointment so effective tor eczema and many othor skin eruptions also rauk& it an Ideal household remoUy for Tarns Wounds Cbafings Cut3 Sores Rashes and a score of other troubles which frequently ari in every home. This Is why you shonld keep P.csinol Oint ment ready tr Instant vise. Sold by all drngglsts, prescribed by doctors. TAMPA. April 1. Next Month's reg ular meeting of the board of directors of the Florida Citrus Exchange will i be held in Miami instead of at the; ! headquarters here, the departure from the usual custom having resulted from j the fact that the annual convention of : ; the Florida State Horticultural society ; will be held in Miami April 12-15. AH 1 officers and directors of the exchange j are members of the horticultural so-' clety and will attend the convention. 1 ! St. John's Union, Warrington. Sunday, March 27th, Easter day. I Holy communion and sermon, 8:30 ! a. m. Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. net away from Tampa since the ex change was organized 12 years ago.' First Church of Christ, Scientist. 15 West Belmont street. Regular services: Sunday morning, 11 a. m. Wednesday evening, 8 p. m. Subject Sunday, April 3, "Unreality." Reading room and free lending h- i orary (same auurcaa open, every weeK day (except Wednesdays), from 3 too i p. m. I Everybody cordially invited. The April Victor Records are here ready for your selection. We shall be glad to play them for you whenever you find it convenient to stop in. Or send today for the illus trated booklet describing these Victor Records. FLORIDA CAN MARKET EVERY HOUR IN YEAR; Reorganized Church of Jm Latter Day Saints Aprr l. a crop us Christ of i If r MASONS' ANNUITY Pensacola, Fla. SEE JAMES A LYLE Phone 1393. Bo 10, Pensacola, Fla. or FRANK KING, Special Deputy Phone 1347. Pensacola, Fla. i : ' I TALLAHASSEE. AprP 1. A can be marketed in Florida every hour in the year, according to a declaration made by W. A. McRae, state commis sioner of agriculture, in his annual re port on the Florida state marketing bureau. Corr-er Salamanca and 12th ave. f Sabuatn sc.ioot Sunday, 10 o clock a. m. - j i Preaching service by Rev. Jam&s : I Cooper Sunday evening 7:30. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening 7:30. Children's meeting Friday afternoon, 3:30 Prayer meeting .Friday evening, 7:30. Just a Little House 8f Love, Sophie "trOT lf Serenata, Enrico Caruso 1t;2s H Second Hungarian P.hapsody Part 1 (Lizt) Piano, Alfred Corrr.t 71C7 i 12 Beau Soir, (A Beautiful Kvening), Guiseppe I)t-I.ica fil!.".l in La Giocciitla Cieloe Mar, (Heaven and Ocean). Beniamino ;iRli filSHS Id O iiorning Land, Mme. Homer and Miss Lou!.e Horner S757.j M 0 Cease Thy Singing, Mai:len Fair, John McCorma'k ami Fritz Kreislt-r. . .KT"7l- lo Bacchanale (from "Samson et Dalila"). Philadelphia Orchestra . T T 1 1.' Study from "The Children's Corner," (Xo. 1 Ioctor Craiius ad t'a museum) Piano, Serge; Rachmaninoff 0i.i:;." io Munaster'.o (The Monastery). Titta Buffo n7::j:: V) The Merchant of Venice () Shylock's Speech 2) The Mercy Speech. K. 11. Southern and Julia Marlowe ".7467 12 Gagliarda, Arturc Toscanini and La Scala Orchestra 74072 12 Cerenade. Violin, Efiem Zimbalist , ',4:!;, !i Hush-a-Bye. Baby Mine, Elsie Baker; Mammy Dear, Elsie Baker 40211 1" Aida, P.itorna Vincitor, (Return Victorious), Lucy T.abeUe Jlarfh; Aida, O Patria Mia, (My Native Land). Lucy Isabelle Marsh 30133 12 Carry Your Cross with a Smile, Homer Rodeheaver; Tell Me the Story of Jesus. Homer Rodeheaver 1S720 10 Valse Erica. Saxophone, Rudy Widoeft; SaxophoLia, Saxophone, Rudy Widceft 1S72S 10 Home Again Blues, Medley Fox Trot, Original Dixieland Jazz Band Crazy Blues, Fox Trot, Original Dixielanih Jazz nana 11723 10 My Mammy. Peerless Quartet; L'nderneath Hawaiian tfkiec, Albert Campbell and Henry Burr !S7r!0 10 Look for the Silver Lining, Edna Brown. Charles Harrison; Wandering Home, IJelen Clark, Charles Hart 1S731 10 She Gives Them All the Ha! Ha! Ha Billy Murray: Stop: Look! Listen! American Quartet 18732 3 0 P.ose Nightingale, Medley Fox Trot, All Star Trio a-vl their Orchestra; Tip-Top, Medley One Step, Joseph C. Smith's Orchestra 1 S733 10 1 Never Knew. Fox Trot, Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra; Bo You Ever Think of Me? Medley Fox Trot, Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra 1S734 10 Bright Eyes, Medley Fox Trot, Paul Whiteman and Hi.s Orchestra; Love Bird, Medley Fox Trot, Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra 1S735 10 Sally, Medley Fox Trot, Joseph C. Smith's Orchestra ; Lady Billy, Medley Fox Trot, Joseph C. Smith's Orchestra 23706 12 $120 $1.75 $1 75 $1.20 $1.20 $l.f,0 $1.50 $1.70 $1.20 $1.23 $1.75 $1.73 $1.2., $1.50 $1.30 .83 .S3 .85 .83 .?5 tl WAS IN BED THREE DAYS Mrs. Josie Reed, 217 N. Exter St., Tulsa, Okla., writes: "I was in bed three day with my back. I took Foley j First Universalist Church. Kidney Pills and in two days was at i Rev. Albert C. White, pastor of the my work again, I cannot praise your ! First Universalist, will preach Sunday medicine too much." Foley Kidney ' morning at 11 o'clock on the subject: Pills stop bladder irregularities and ! "The Problem of Evil." 1 strengthen the kidneys. They help j There also will be a preaching serv- eliminate from the system the poisons 'ice at 7:30 p. m. 1 that cause backache, rheumatic paina, j Sunday school at 10 a. m. and T. P. 'stiff joints, sore muscles, swollen j C. 'C- at 6:30 p. m. to be led by Drury j hands and feet, puffness under the McDonald. Young people cordially in i eyes. Sold everywhere. Adv. vited. Reynolds Music House Phone 1717. G. J. EMMANUEL, Mgr. Prompt Attention to Mail Orders. Pensacola, Fla.