The Pensacola journal
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075911/00394
 Material Information
Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Alternate title: Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: April 1, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000373755
oclc - 16280864
notis - ACB2955
lccn - sn 87062268
System ID: UF00075911:00394
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Succeeded by: Pensacola news
Succeeded by: Pensacola news journal

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', '.::: ., .. THE WEATHER) : :. .Fair.and.?warmer' Sunday, and.Monday;jith West winds becoming variable., ," i. :....-

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H iI Hill 1 I FAVOR B OFI.f THE[ -$ .

Over Half a Million Men Left Gunboats Watching for American Reports Circulation that it *' Providing for Limited Court Reviewof

Mines in -' KILLED. ON SOUTHERN #* Bark'With Cargo of Ammunition ". DISPENSARY Y; Would Not Be Held are Without ** SPECIAL-;-TURNEd .OVER **' the Commission's

tive By Associated Press Foundation By Associated Press # Decision
Chadoltee: N. C.; Mar. 31. $ ; Macon, Ga., Mar. .-The *
;; .In a colission al Broad liver south bound Southern Rail- *
s trestle on the Southern Railway # way's Chicago and Florida special *
today, Fireman Leiper, of .'? VESSEL SAILED\ FROM PHILADELPHIA Sends Out Address for Publication ADJUTANT GENERAL MICKLE!, i "between Atlanta and 'Macon i} WAS AGREED UPON

., Greenville, :S.C.,. and. Brake-: .' & was derailed at Hblton ii
to man Kane of Toccoa.Ga., were # AND IS SUPPOSED TO Relating to Candidacy for SAYS AMPLE FUNDS FOR EXPENSES today, dragged into & ditch and *

3 Sdllodi and Engine Wooten, HAVE CARGO FOR 'SANTO DO. WILL BE PROVIDED 'AJ\ broken to pieces. The entire *
of Toccoa, fatally injured. The & Re-al action. train, excepting the engine ft;
Will t y accident was due to six cars $. MINICAN'REVOLUTIONISTS'- 'TO MAKE COMING MEETING A and diner were overtumed.No E Measure Will Be Introduced by r
breaking from, train at .*
a one was killed, but a negro'por- %
Prevent t Blaksburg and dashing into 'REPORT DENIED BY AGENTS., DEALS IN CHARACTERISTIC, LAN:: BRILLIANT SUCCESS. $ ter named Will Smith was fatally Senator Long on Monday.
: the southbound train., *
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Washington, Mar. 31.-The State New Orleans,, Mar. .-The reports --
PROPERTY.. I Department has advised Minister THE MAIN ISSUE AT THE in circulation in'various partsof RIVER AT OF WHETHER, OftOER' COM.

DEN-THERE H HEALTH[ l BOARD nl nlU Dawson, at Santo Domingo to watch SOUTH A CAROLINA PRIMARIES the country that the'annual reunion : PLA1NED: OF IS BEYOND A4J. .

STRIKE IN for the American bark Livonia' ,which ,IN AUGUST NEXT. of the Unite Confederate Veterans -1 THE DANGER LINE THORn: OF INTERSTATE COM*
sailed from Philadelphia for Sancheztwo scheduled to..take place in, New
KENTUCKY weeks ago, and is supposed to be Orl9ausApril 25, to 27 might be declared i I M'ISSSON-MAJNY WAR CLAIMS:

MINERS PURSUING U carrying a large'quintty: of Mauser Washington ByAssociated 31.-Senafor Press. Till-- off for want ot funds, were announced -BvansTilJe, Ind., Mar., 31.:-The PASSED UPON BY THE HOUSE. ..

cartridges for the revolutionists. Mar. ;.today, by Adjutant General Ohio river at this point 'passed' thedangerline .
It is reported tl American. gunboats .!man has sent out an address for pub :William B. .Mkkle, to he absolutely : of 35 feet tonight, and is ,
lication in South Carolinathis, afternoon foundation MIckle still rising at the:rapid rate of nearlyan
without General Associated Press
By .I are keeping a sharp lookout for: By .
Indianapolis,: contraband, )51nents. relating to his candWacy for sa.id'to the Associated Press that arable inch an hour. The rise is expected Washington, 'Mar. 31.- iA. court re. l
PLAN.N NTo re-election. It is written in'characteristic to continue, until the middle ..
financial provision would be made
necutive board contraband shipments. of next week, or even longer. All view amendment to the railroad ratebill
'language and 'deals with the: dispensary -: .
Workers of by.the. people of New Orleans to I side streams "of the river continue to was agreed upon today at a conference *
day to take up. Carried no Contraband. or liquor question- which: make the re-union.a brilliant success. come up rapidly.FIFTYFIRST between President Roosevelt, ..}'
ment of the (Philadelphia, Mar. 31.-The Livoniais promises to be the main issue in the I '
augurated in the next August. several republican senators support ,
democratic primary
inous coal mining Destroy 'MDsquitoes "Stocking an American schooner' and her"gen The ,senator points out that he believes ing the bill and Interstate commerce ;

cy at the close .here state the. vessel: isloaded, >as ,*'ongy.a5': ever in the dispensary ANNUAL Commissioners Knapp and Prouty4 .,1
509,500 men All Ponds \With Quantitiesof I with coal and carried neither arms nor, : system, and serves notice It will be offered on Monday by
night in the that he will conduct his. canvass for
trict, composed Minnows. ammunition. re-election: along:: that line and' will Senator Long. It leaves to the decision
Ohio and call to account such' of.his opponents of the commission when orders

1 Monday: will. be $UUPOENS fOR, in-; the South Carolina legislaturewho I fixing rates shall take effect'and limits
of the refused to amend the law so as I
sary suits to a determination of whether
sion and will be The City Board:.0(Health is pursuing 'PACK'NG.TRIAl toj prevent, future scandals jn the'Isto Convene in Pensacola the 11th. of this Month the Session of I'
a holiday. I a plan to get"rid of the mosquitothe purchase. of.whiskey for the...-.state ; the order complained of was beyondthe

Members of coming summer, which .has never ----- 'the,Grand'Encampment Convening the Day Previous- authority of the commission, or In
will: violation of the rights of the carrier ,
possible step before been tried It 13 that of stocking By Associated Press OFFICERS R'AlllflD'
violence and all and places where waterstagnates \ Interesting letter on SubjectGRAND secured by the constitution.The .
ponds '
miners Chicago, Mar. 31.-The governmentof ;1\
truction of : with. large numbers of min, the United IStates today through AN ILLIClfstiLLAPPARATUS I amendment agreed upon at tha

to properly nows. 'The. _latter, -destroy. what'are, District Attorney; Morrison, caused I conference is as follows "That all
GREAT RELIEF REPRESENTATIVE' THOS, orders of the commission, except orders -
probably be "wiggle tails, or
commonly known as
the issue of twelve subpoenas for as I 1
eatib'ryo. mosquitoes: ' many'men-who prominent In'the i CAPTURED, AND C WATSON WRITES ,TO, TH5' :, for the payment of money, shall
| WILL BE NO : I :' I IN ENGLANDBy shall take effect within such reason
Yesterday. .InspectorjWelles: was detailed packing jndustry. The subpoenas: : FRATERNAL, RECORD OF' THE
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., : on this work/and .fitting himself -i cite; the men to.appear at the trial of j., QUANTITY OF i*"', LIQUOP- "*" ; able time as shali.be prescribed by the

Pittsb'iirgfc: liar : out with the"'necessary equipment, the pa'eking corporations which is.set' TROYED" NE'R 'MA, '}ANNA <"l..w-, ., ...'. '. .... PREPARATIONS.' / THAT. ARE, BE: commission and shall continue for
I and mine! proceeded -across, little Bayou 'toa September lOi- **' I I' ."" ; _Associated Prep .J ING MADE :'
Indianapolis". ) where' fresh 'water fish are plen) Special to The Journal. e London, 'Mar.: 31.-Although anticipated -. years, as ,shall be prescribed in the
point ,
assurance that Marianna, Mar. 31. Special Reve-; TAINMENT OF DELEGATES.
l :: for a fortnight, the successful order of the commission, unless soon-,
tiful. There he secured about
strike in the; ; COAL FAMINE n Collector F. R. Harford and U. S. ,
year 'Patrick hundred 'minnows: which he brought I Deputy Marshal J. D. Crews, made avery ortcome of. the Algeciras conferenceen f er,set aside by the commission or suspended
the : raid last week :Moroccan ''reform brought greatrelief or set aside in a suit brought
miners "butcher t successful capturing '
to the city and placed pen' AT SHREVEPORT The fifty-first annual session of the
burg district, northwestern of ,f an illicit still and a large quantity England asrduring'thet: ; 'past against the commission in a Circuit
pond, in the portion Grand Lodge of Florida, I. 0. 0. F.
to fo work "on of .liquor. The whiskey. was hid the 3Ioroccan question. was the : Court of the United States sitting as
Chairman L. the city. 'Monday this work will be .1.1i t pen in several different places in ;' is to convene here on the, 17th of this .
serious misgivings a court of equity for districts wherein
('nIt ohe. causing ,
resumed and about fifteen hundred. By Associated"PressShreveport The officers brought. ,
burg Coal small quantities. of month, and it is expected that a large any carrier or plaintiff has its principal -
I more than a more minnows,placed in this pond by i Mar. 31.-The 'strikeof away a'copper worm and."S'Ome'sam.' for tbe peace Europe. to bet number of delegates will be present..;i office; and jurisdiction Is hereby considered
dustrlal war, the inspector He will continue "at' coal miners will; cause several pIes of the liquor. ; The agreement The Grand Encampment will hold its conferred on such Circuit Court to
I mines of his tone, it theintention They had been trying for some time t a victory .for 'France which retains
: this work for some as Is : urge manufacturing concerns here hear and determine any such suit
at all Robbins '' ot the toard to stock Sunset A coal famine has to locate the still and at last, by some the preponderance of influence in the meeting the day previous. In a recent whether the order complained of was
Lr a holiday bake and the stagnant 'Water: to shut down. ., skillful scouting, located it about 1- financial affairs of the. Empire ann letter to the Fraternal' Record beyond the authority of the commis-
made to'sign gF'a l! which forms In "'Lon;. lQ'.low/' with I been on for several days and the mile ..northwest of Glendale. after loses littje) pt what she' demandedwith appeared the following interesting sion orfin violation of the rights of
I tie mines of fish, so that they. may destroy all of" uation is becoming serious. Several which t'aey destroyed the apparatus, to the policing of the letter from Grand Representativ, the carrier secured 'bY the constitution. -
working : I I the "wiggle tail in these places.. railroads operating through the city saving only the worm to be used as respect Thos. C. Watson relative to the ."

Irwin I and other l If the board learns of. any other. are short .on coal. .j!!,! evidence.' .' ; ,country. ., T-reparations being made here: I
I dent operators places where there is stagnant water t' MANY WAR CLAIMS ,
and that there -period: I "The Fifty-First Annual Session ol
likely to remain for a longer I ALLOWED BY HOUSE
these districts.KENTUCKY than a month fish will be secured and 1 the Grand Lodge of Florida, Independent -
.. Order of Odd Fellows, will behEld
placed in them. j I "Washirfgton, Mar. 31.-This being
at Pensacola on Tuesday, April
[ The plan is being adopted all over I war-claim day in the House only those
session of the Grand
IT, 1906, and the
the south with excellent results, ,anti directly interested in legislation on
Encampment will be held the day previously
the City Board is starling its work, ; il, d i the private calendar were in attend
Louisvi1e. { I ,
the breedingof : ) ance.
early so as to prevent "The subordinate lodges at Pensa-
II1d operators of mosquitoes before; the arrival of : ,.,. .. t. The House was four hours in session
: '" b'are making great preparation
tum'ber 23, in warm weather. .!o- ,-;,. '; !. t jto, give the visitors a good time while and considered and passed 179
reached an GETS F -' bills, sending many particular claims,
: will to it that theleisure
aOLEJ here anii see
1 tee, and there 'I ::. .:.L ; the >i however to the court of claims for
VER of
hours '
district. adjudication.
Tb iJ.:;z: will"-not be "Basted or spent in idle
f Iw scale of 1903.UTTLE ( ness. I ,

OF LEAF TOBACCO ""A" general committee,- fourteen ELECTIONS .
: .. has been formed out of the two sub
ordinate lodges, as follows: Thos. -C.'
Watson; chairman; Chas. Frederick. IN RUSSIABy
ARE NOW BEING, MADE THROUGH j1L- ,. sqn,::IJohn ''Willock, T. G. Stinson, N. f
8 A-; tfeilson, E. Greenblatt, B. R.Witowskl .
THIS IP'ORT-THE" AUGUST A. V. Clubbs, Jacob Kry- Associated Press.
BELMONT TO '"CARRY Jer.-'H. S. White. Henry Jeudivin, C. St. Petersburg, Mar. 31. The elections -
[ MMES 1 LttDjILA1ROij E. Shackleford. T. H. Fleetwood andC. r are proceeding slowly, but tho
BIG CARGO L. Smith Th? Rebekah Sisters of t hoice of delegates to the provincial
WOOD, : -i----- : r @ m Naomi Lodge No. 10 will cooperatewith I conventions is scheduled to be con-
the commute in carrying out (hide; before the Russian Easter '
: I r [ k- the arrangements successfully I'April 15. Conventions for the actual
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Shipments' of'leaf tobacco which .. this
: "The programme has not at election of members of the lower
formerly{ was :ene of the chief Itemsof .", ..". "' writing been fully mapped: out, but it house of parliament will begin A'prU
James! Walker export but which for' 'thep .;t -. >. I; proposed to have a fishchowder, on 27! The constitutional democrats are
ft'Sldlng at No. : two years have-been diverted -PI: '; :'; .-. : .- Santa Rosa Island..ani'' if the fleet of i constantly gaining ground.
other ports, are.'again assuming large j E1YA1 : the North At'lantie .
[ Rreet, was :: ; ..-- .: .. war _ve?;els composing I
nsacola, and hardly ; of
afternoon proportions at 'P 1 1a Squadron are in.-the Bay
i and ( .
tnronscleus day passes but, that trains arrive I -1 ;r1k -S. : : ipensacola during that period (asex--t etc;.There is also a 'bowling alley and
The young I i with tobacco 'as part of. their freight.: : r- 'tco .- pected' ). an opportunity ,will be given tilliard.tAble in the basement, which I
tipping 1 Vessels' which have been clearing tot o?o the delegates to witness the magnifi I will be kept for the exclusive use ot'the
stung the some i Liverpool and Bremen during v the = = cent array of fighting leviathans. members and visiting"- Odd Fellows
ftUght in axe past two months have all carried to-I :: T i "The Odd Fellows ,of Pensacola..' (except during lodge hours.) ,
across the yard.a bacco'as part of their 'cargoes. ana\ ii ro having dispose of their present The building is properly heated and :
a his hands' : theAugust Belmont, which is now\ ; G T building to advantage: ; have secureda :Trill be lighted fry electricity.
t tek '..hinon !loading: at the 'Louisville and Nashville ;: ru new building which will- b3 out 1 I ':The Grand Lodge and Grand Encampment -
hocked .wharf, will take out about 1,600: I que in appointments when .com will hold their sessions in iI
red! mm info hogshead. These Immense hogs- pleted and it is contemplated to I the present hall, which is centrallyorated J

leaved! medical heals ,are unweildy and hard to have, this ne wbuilding dedicated tothe' ; on Garden street near Pala '1
f<'Und that handle, but the workmen -on MM .sublime purposes of Odd Fellowship fox street.
inches tong there \ wharves have been accustomed to ,, '1 .. ;' during their session. Thebuilding : "Sub-committees will in due time :\
on rapid ;7 them was be 'appointed reception, ,hotel end
The Irtle- them .and the .work.progresses .. ,' : >. recently acquired by '
and J accommodations, prlnhg. -
eas y.8a ." formerly used as a gymnasium other badges
could -
H e; Is one of lIY All- f'the'tobacco which Is shirked cow undergoing extensive alterationsand etc., etc:, and it is hoped that
carrier boys through this port is grown In. KCBitucky. improvements to suit the flew oc- nothing will be left undone to make
!nIssed Three or four years ago very cirpancy. The hall Is located on the;I tie' visitors have a good time.
ccnftlfd iA'Urin1 I from that state and is about 55 feet tongby "The drill teams of the subordinate
to his near all exported c' __ mail floor,
went 'through Pensacola, but last ,c .. '.. ."' 40 feet wide with a. height of t'lodges, Rebekah and Encampment,
the shipments 20 feet. There are three are hard at work endeavoring to
CHAIRMAN year l- fully
and'the previous > > : ceiling
year :o "': -
This year, "'.. paraphernalia rooms connect place themselves in the front rankIn
were very light : ?>.I large I '
; are very the hall one of, which wild ,the beautified degree work and :
however; the prospects i ,. lug with
ChaInnau bright for good Business in this tine, ._ ... <.'.,....,-., .' ,..a"f '!,<"- .' "" -. be set apart for the Rebekah Lodge hope to have an opportunity of showing
I t '; '- / hf this line b*
eti naval Affairs as' the Louisville and Nashville has .. ", t ':\. : < -h..-'' one for the Subordinate Lodges and their proficiency
I yM Encampment .. fere the members of the Grand Lodge
for the .
re&tat of it. A --) m' the third '
Mvea' again-secured control .:,'. i. ./ ,,;--- \ frianch. and Grand Encampment. .
N nC here to y ; Rev. Butler Will Preach. i "fi' ;- >, There is a large reception room "I trust that there will be a large and
knee Butler preLehesslat for. the brothers and one for the sisters delegation of representative
hteloved fins, Rev. U. Barney at the Pal .: :; c* ,* ; .- -5 and in the basement there is' a visitors from all parts of oar. fair
Od8 i morning and evening "i' } : all a rt scyaiweloome"
hum 5ashln SL church to-day /preparatory to a series : ? -'-- :,: banquet hall 45 feet long by.,25. feet state. and we can assure _

sera.t changed : of revival meetings' to begin EYER.v-DAY.is,APRIL? ; EO.OLAT TlifS-CORNER.--:"%..'.. .-' wide, with capacious kitchen., .... Ddntry,,
Dort is flux there on Easter Sunday; .r, ...... -. : <' t "

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:; t Under Price Sale of .10 yds. of Figured I A Record Breaking Sale 10 yds. of Figured


Fancy"Whlte i Lawns'MONDAY I Lawns for 39c, McNDAYOpening of Embroidery Corset. Lawn for 69c.

sale that is bound to create Cover Flounces

' Worth 25 35 50 and 75c'
.t the
), Positively
40 pieces to select from .
8 10 12 13 14 16 I
at ... to 22
and measuring up lawn values ever offered 1
{; t! 20, 22,and 35c. Beautiful Colorsabsolutely astir. i inches. Special the yd., ft

+ i l white sheer goods, They are simply wonders ; lOc some of these goods are

i. Thousands of yards of' fine: goods to select from, and"hundreds of other worth lOc 12 and 15c.
,; fully 33 1-3 saved on for the money. The Monday sale beginat
bargains.that are not mentioned here. Come early in the day and get first The Monday sale begins
these goods. Monday at 8:30.: 8:30.: .
Remember it is'nt.all hewpaper talk here at,this store. The style and
On center table. Not on sale Tuesday. pick. Not on sale Tuesday. I I at 8:30.: :=

w ft quality of our goods will speak for themselves, and the prices we name you ,

11'1. y Special Sale of Wash Goods Monday, at ,prices that Is bound. to cannot be equealed elsewhere in the city. We have just received a complete line of Ready.

I!ix U.1; I create a stir I .. Colors
.;J-, n_ _A tp-Wear skirts from $5.00 up. queens grey,
32-inca Venetian at l C. 32-inch Alumniated Voile at v>?v;

36-inch Canvas Cloth at 25c. 32-inch Satin Challie at 15c. blue, white and black.A .
a 30-iuch Granite Cloth at 14c. 30-inch Light Blue Chevot Cloth The Lingerie Waist and Robe Patterns.Each
:; .inch KnIcker Suitingat 25c.' at 12c. complete line of Lingerie Wists from $1.75 up

22-inch Fancy,Pique at i4c. I 36-inch-Linen Ginghams at, He..
t 1 3rv -in'ch Cotton Challle at lOco 30-inch Linen Voile at lOc. : robe pattern contains one,Emb'd.,waist panel 27 by 40 inches. to $3.50. When'you need anything in the Ready-to-

: } 32-inch Fancy Pique at 10 ;; 30-inch Black and White. Pique 32-inch Cotton Foulard at 19 c. One Emb'dpanel for skirt 45 inches long. you,

t at 14c. 30-inch Linen Voile at. 19c. Eight yards of plain material 40 inches wide, complete $6.00. besides the price will be. so little. ,J
36-inch Voile at 18c. 32-inch,Linen Suiting, black and n
A 3.t:-mch Linen Suiting at '25c.32inch white, at 23c. Waist patterns from $2.25 up to $3.00.
3 Black and White Check 32-inch Cotton Chalice, red "

s at 19c.36inch. ground with black dots. One case of English One case of English
4 Madras Suiting at 2oc. ? 36-inch Linen Chambre at 25c. Special Display of Readyto-)Wear Hats, Tuesday and Wednesday. Nainsook.
' 1 27-inch Chevot Maline at' 19a Long Cloth,' finished pure water
3 inch Blue and Whit
Pique ,
36-inch Pink and White Madras
: 19c. at 15c. soft for the needle, each bleached, each peace
< } at
30-inch Black and White Madras 30-inch Black Voile with silk 12 12
*f at lie. dots at 25c. The Big storeUnionLaborHall piece containing yds., containing yards,

8 t' 30-inch Blue Flannel Cloth at 32-inch Organdie black and special at.$1.34. special $1.49.

19c. white checks at 25c

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kiL PROTECTION. OF HARBOR Room 1, Old Armory Building. I Services f at the Churches I

A LODGE ROOM t<+:+ .jl.E. +:+ )t(+:..:+:+:+:...:+:+:+:-+<+:+):
r x l Chief of 'Engin r5 anchorage ani sufficient! to accommodate I I
Y SAYS THAT IT IS THE' DUTY ,OF yoltowing will be the order of services via street Rev. Andrew .
navigation will not be injured there- 75 ,people for rentat at the various churches throughout ; B. rector. 5tOAND25STORE

,! THE GOVERNMENT TO SEE by, may permit the deposit of any reasonable rate., the city to-day: Sundays Holy Communion 7:30 a.

1Rt JT i IS NOT DAMAGED, AND CITES material above mentioned in navigable .I I Catholic 'm.; ,Holy Communion 1st and 3rd.Sun .
waters within limits to be de- MECHANICS'HEADQUARTERS St. Michael's'Church Firstmass.. 7 11
day a. m.; Matins and.sermon 4 p. Qur Future Based Upon the Past
I THE LAW BEARING ON THE tined and under conditions to be 'pre o'clock;, children's: mass 9. o'clock; .m. .' .

SUBJECT.t scribed by him, provided applications Where' employers can secure last mass'ld:30: : ( o'clock' vespers. and Week. Days: Holy Communionevery Kress has become a household word in the, South because ,If!
.g ; made to him prior to depositing help. Office clerk in benediction ':30-p. m.
Thursday 10 .a. m.; service3 I the merit and principles behind the business. Our past means mug;
such material; ana' whenever any charge all the time.-Phone SL Joseph's Church-Until further every day at 4
permit is so granted the conditions 776 and you will be sup notice is given the following will be John's p. m. to us and to you. It is: the inspiration for the present-the hope ot
.Pensacok Fla., Mar. 31, 1906. thereof shall be strictly complied plied. the Lenten Service- schedule at St. St. Church-Warringt.Ou; I, the future'.;; '
Rev J. '
!editor Pensacola Journal with, and any violation thereof shall Joseph's church on West Government... R. Bicknell, priest in -charge: the ten mistakes have been made but
beunlawful.. HOME WORKERS Services today: at 11 a. m. and 7:30p. During past years the
t for street
tjjider the caption of "Guards :
m. heart of the business has been sound. Errors corrected
the".Harbor" an article in the DailyNews Section 16. That .every persona BUILD HOMES Sundays- a. m. Low Mass and Instruction were as
t t of this date recites the fact 'very coroporation that shall ; 9 'a, m. Sunday school;' Itf : nell Century, Missiol-Re\ J, R. Bick quickly as discovered. Perfection has not yet been attained, for t->
{ "That the bay is being' badly harmed violate. or'that shall knowingly aid, I a. m. High Mass and Instruction; 7 :30! iday.- priest'-'- in charge. No services, to- us there/is no' rfection. The methods of today are a thing of the I

fcjv.the acts of vessels crews in dumping violation VespersKInstruction,'Rosary and e past tomorrow, and through this ever increasing. betterment, you get
matter into the water" etc., That Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament the benefit. .
I ismade '
e" t1 the '"'bay is being shoaled by reason teen of this Act' shall, be guilty of a ever 'any arrest under the Wednesdays-7;30. p.. m', Rosary; MetHodist.
t thereof etc," and the News calls the misdemeanor, and on conviction provisions of this act, the person so Reading on the Passion and Benediction > ,.Palafox Street Methodist Church- Our past is our bond to the public. It is a pride to us that
' attention of the Chamber of Com thereof shall be punished by a fine arrested shall be brought forthwith of the:B1es.sed Sacrament _?. Rev W, Q. Vreeland pastor. Rev.J. there is no 'shadow on it ; no period of its growth that we wotJc'

-, coerce and the Board of Pilot' Commissioners not exceeding twenty-five hundred before court of a the'Commissioner United: States-, judge for exanvinatlon or ridays-:-7:30 'p. m.. Way of tb.$ Barney Butler assistant. Services obscure or discount by apologies or excuses. There is no town or u\!: !
to the matter. dollars nor less than five hundred Cross and Benediction of the Blessed 11 a.m.and 7:30 p.m. Sunday school
of tha censes alleged against that we have ever entered in which Kress is not now doing business j
41 dust why either of these bodies dollars!, or by'imprisonment (in case Sacrament. 9:30: a. m. J. N. Andrews Supt/
t t should be especially singled out and of a natural.person) for not less than him. ; and such commissioner, judge Holy Mass 'on week days at 8 Epworth ,League 6:30 p. m. Home Note these values : \ j
the proper authorities overlooked I thirty days nor more than one year or court shall proceed Jaw in respect cane o'clock, except Saturday s when. it will Missionary Society wOl meet Thurs iI if
thereto authorized by in !
cannot unxferstand unless- the writer orby both such :fine and imprison be at 7:30 o'ClOckConfessions' day afternoon at 3:30.: Rev. Butler I
of'tbe article is Inadvised in the ment, In the discretion of the court, of crimes against the.United States; in. the evenings before will fill the pulpit on both morning On Sale I
t The United States government hu'taken 9
? Sundays Holy Days'of Obligation and Monday A. M.
jp inises. one-half of said fine to be paid to ( and evening service today.Gadsden" .
j.t The United States statute on the the person or persons'giving Information at charge this, of port,the and harbor the improvement same is- First Fridays from 4 p.m. to 9 p. m.. Street Methodist Church-i

rwi subject of ;protection of ports and harbors which shall lead to conviction. under the immediate supervision and Baptisms Sundays at 2 p. m. or by. Rev F, A. Rogers pastor. Regular. Bureau Daintily decorated
Section 17. That the Department Fine variety of c- '
and in fact all navigable waters appointment. Stamped
t ? protection of the'ofilcBI's'of the United services 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sun m scroll and vine pat- ,
is of the best placed on a Statute Justice shall conduct the legal pro- Rev. Father Cafra of the Mobile site designsfor all
one : Scarf
friq to enforce the States in charge of'river an.? harbor day school 9:30 a. m. ff. B. Tiller, terns. Another sample Goods es of art work ]In t .,
1 book and is as follows: ceedings necessary improvements, and the assistant Cathedral will preach at the Vespers Supt.,. iEpworth\ League 6:30 p. m. of Kress'wonderful values,each, IOC! exceptional line are included i -J
of sections nine
provisions .
foregoing ,
of March 3rd 1899.
iti Act engineers employed under them, the service tonight.. Muscogee "Wharf Rev. t IF. A. Rog- Wby not make tile bedscarfs,tray cloths, splashers ':.
Section 13. That it shall not bat to sixteen, inclusive, of this Act: ani1 Pillow ; :
United States collector of. customs. ers, pastor.. Sunday school 3
p. m, shams, laundry and ,
of depositcrcause It shall be the' duty of district, attorneys beautifu? You shopping "
t lawful to throw discharge room can
be of the United States to vigorous his deputies, the"revenue'officers and Episcopal. T. L. Briggs, supt. Services at 7:30 Shams table covers, doilies} and dots) '
suffer or procure to ly'prosecute all offenders against the inspectors of the United States; of Christ Church Rev. P. H. Whaley, pj m.. by Rev. George Carpenter. do it at wonderfully little ...... ......... ............Ca, ." 'I,!; t
i; thrown, discharged or the United States marshal, etc. A D. D. Rector. Sunday' school 9:30: a. cost at Kress. Note the wonderful !
either from or out of any ship },a'rge, same whenever requested to do so by Also an endless assortment ot VI 1
full complement of such officers with m No regular services today. "C<5n: value in these lace pillow shams. : t
t i cr,ether floating craft of any kind or the Secretary of War, or by any of boats and men Is maintained at this gregation will unite in the services Lutheran Church. We have them in squirrel, deer and cords and loops embroidera: j f
from, the shore, wharf, manufacturing the officials hereinafter designated, port and with the law as ,quoted to- at Ktaharines.. German Lutheran .urch-Rev.. parrot patterns, 28 inches by 28 skeins and spools, floss and silkt: I j
establishment, or mill of anykind and it 'shall furthermroe be the duty gether with the added inducement of .F. W Reinhardt pastor. Sun<1'ay: inches,at 20c a pair or each lOc -all colors. J
any refuse matter of any kind. of said district attorneys to report to Wednesdays and Fridays-Holy School! 9 a. m. German service 10:30,i I
or. ascription whatever other than' the Attornt>y- official .
man or giving able line of five beautiful effects. Ai. ?
and States the action taken by him painted
from streets ten'
4 1' ttat flowing ( sewers m.For service Wednesday night at
which shall lead to conviction the article holy week special notice will:} be every plain and embossed backs, ferent. 25c. and 85c. values. Krr '
therefrom in liquid against offenders so reported, and a .
s and Passing water a of the transcript of such reports shall be in the evening paper :woulj no given. 7:30: p. m. Vestry meeting after closeof tionalvalue C price........... ...... .. .eai-h, : <
f r- state. into any doubt be interesting reading at the St. Kathaine's-Cervantes German service and quarterly
''t United States or into any tributary transmitted to the Secretary of War office of the Secretary of War. and Da-. I church-meeting after 'close of English I j 1
1'E of any navigable .water frn: which by' the Attorney-General; and for the Very truly, 1 service. Business of importance; all'
w the .same shall float or be washed better enforcement of the said provisions
voting members requested to attend.Scandinavian .
w Into such navigable water; and it and' to facilitate the 'detection Lutheran Church- On Sale Wednesday 9 A. M.
shall' be lawful to'deposit, or and bringing to punishment of such '
not COffEE SerVices'at
'I Stops earache in two minutes; !: 10:30 a. m. and 5 p. m.
cause, suffer, or procure to be de- offenders, the officers and agents cf Rev, Heller pastor.
toothache or painor scald in five min ,
if, +pefibed material of any kind in anyplace the United States in charge of river a Laces Sensational S 13.
utes hoarseness'one' hour muscle-
; ;
t..+ on the bank of any navigable and harbor'improvements and the assistant -
'': the bank of tribu engineers and inspectors ecv ache two hours; sort throat, twelve Baptist. I
water or any
[ tart of any navigable water wherei191 ployed under them by authority of hours-Dr. Thomas Eclectric Oil, mon We are the Pioneer First"' Baptist Church Sunday Yes, we have done it againl! What? Bought a great'

: the same shall be liable to be :washedlnto"suca the Secretary of War, and the United arch over pain.MONDAY Coffee Roasters of school 9:30'a. m. Rev. John A. Brun. lot of Laces. Can now sell at pigmy prices! Another of:
son, of Elloree, S. C. will fill the pulpit -
navigable water either by States collectors of customs and '
t.i191 ordinary or high tides, or by storm other revenue officers shall have WE WILL: SELL YOU West Florida. at both morning and evening' ser those big sales that make women come "across lots" to

i. oe-loods, or otherwise whereby navigation power and authority swear 'out MEN'S BLUE OVERALLS OR vices. Kress'. "
shall or may be impeded or process and to arrest and take into JUMPERS 'AT 39c EACH.F. East- Hill) Baptist Church, 11th Ave.
f; obstructed: PROVIDED, That nothing custody, with or without process any E, BRAWN ER' and Chase Street-Rev.J. W. Senter- White Val Beading, 'pne half,inch to Ii! inches wide, from fi 1 I

c herein shall extend to, apply to ort person or persons who may commit I 'DEPARTMENT'STORE.. McHUGH'S BLENDShave fit, pastor. Sunday' School at 10 11..1. yards for 5c. to ;',''. 5c per yard t

: ;c' prohibit the operations In connection any of the acts or offenses prohibited I m. ,Preaching every second and fourth Lace .with Insertions to.match,'from 2 yards for 6c.to 5c per yard
:with .the improvement of navigable by, the aforesaid section of this: Sunday 'at 11 a. m. 'and 7:30' p. m. I I
\ waters or construction of public actor wh9 may violate any of the; TOURIST ,CLUBENTERTAINMENT equal. A trial Prayer meeting every Tuesday afoot Mechlin,Lace:: and Insertions, match, assorted spots,grape lear
.,' i (yt Qrhs: considered necessary and provisions of'the game:' PROVIDED,1 .. no at;'7:30 o'clock. ![ and daisy des5gnsrare) value tOe per yard
proper by the United States officers That no person shall be arrester! will convince the connoisseur West, Hill Baptist 'church, W. Jackson I! Nottingham Torchon" Laces Insertions match from 2
fii. rvising_ iroprovement :ot Without process ,fpr .a!offense: not N a street-Rev. J. W. Senterfit.pas-: to pT'1'for
t, ,i_ public work: AND PROVIDED FUR. committed in the"presence of someone ". that: we tor. Sunday school 10 a. m. Preaching : 5c to' 5c per yard
TltBR, That the Secretary of War of the aforesaid officials; ANDPROZ'FDED German Torchon Laces 6 IOC
make no extravagant every first and third Sunday at 111a. e yards for .
whenever, in the' jua gement. of the FURTHER, That_ when- LAST OF THE SEASON WAS HELD m. ,and 7:00 p. m. Prayer meeting ; and Insertions tOe
Cluny.Lace and
one yard 5C
claims; every Sunday 7 p. m. j
-- -- White Cotton Laces.and
Ic4 Fancy Insertions, extra wide widths,

:: MOST ENJOYABLE, Church of ChrIst. j j one yard .- .; 5c and 1OC

Wholesale and RetailGROCERS. Church of Christ,' coK: Jackson and ,!! White Pillowcase Laceahd Insertions, two yards 5C

: Pure Blo.odIi (it the last entertainment of the Alcanlz Streets. Bible school 10 White Pillowcase 5C
at Lacean'dInsertions; one yard. .
k Pensacofo Tourist Club which occurred a. m. Preaching 11 a. m. and 7:30:
ay I CL on Friday.evening; a varied p. m. by W., T. Tracy. Prayer meeting --, Black Chantilly LaceS anipe spots? rose design,medium and extra

L 8 and interesting program was render- '. Wednesday evening 7:45. _Song| widths, one yard _. tOC
certain if you take Hood's Sarsaparilla.; ed.participated( in by' both home, ; and [ and all kinds of Feed ,- Jimce Thursday, 7: 30 p. m. All .
L visiting talent welcome. i iUniversaItt. W. ': ,: .-
This great medicine cures those eruptions, At the close of the program a unanimous Stuffs.'Plato -

pimples and boils that appear at all ;seasons; and very hearty vote of thanks x I NATCH KREss"a WlfJDOWJi"
was tendered The Pensacola Juornal First Unrrersalist ChurchEastChase j ,
r .
a cures scrofula sores salt rheum or eczema I '" 1:"
for its very generous publication of' styet. Sunday School at 10 a. j,
i adapts itself equally well'to, and also cures, dyspepsia i the various .notices of the club and Water in. Y. P. C. U. 6:30 p. m. All 'are .4. l.! -'

andali stomach, troubles curesrheu. also., to' the' many Pensacolians who : cordially invited to attend. I _
r ; ; .. haves<\ kindly and ably assisted in *, Julian. S. Sibley, past#, Sunday 1 morning at 11 o'clock, Wednesda aI'
matism and:catarrh; cures nervous. troubles. Ihe different entertainments. Christian. I school 9:30 'a. m. Christian Endeavor jternoons 3 o'clock. Reading ran '

debility and that tired feeli"g.I The $} ev. Mr._Vreeland- pastor. of 'Wholesale and Retail First Christian church 42 E.,4:30 p. m. Preaching at }1 a. mn'and.I' open daily from 10 a. m. to 3 p. ;:-
Palafox-M. B, church eing: present: Gregory street. Sunday school 7:30: p. m. I where Christian Science Ut:;ra"'e; ;
'SFSCUI.-TO med the :1.es.o f those who- preferthe 3ira<< .i3llenLTbompotre* made & few reaarkj expressing his ,10'a.. m.. HJ.. :Mackey Supt.ominunon Sunday'schll at the Stoddart Ave- may be had. Room 6 Masonic Tea-:

4 medicine In tablet form,we are now patting up Hoods 1Ie.,i5romm reports crea\.f benefit SmawWa.to her,eltkh UUlt. kindly Christian* regard and interest New Means> Grocery Cp:; ( at 11 a. m. Prayer nue Mission at -3:30 p. m.. C. F. Zeek pie. .
Ataeoated tabieta k bn The lines; 'Xw bewithyoti.wmeet superintendent. All are coralally In. *
Sspend lii, o eft oco u,welt. thoroaihIJ yoada e4l1tr blood attar an meeting Thursday at 7:30 p. m. J. P.
: USB*!liquid form. By redactor Hood's StnapatUtk of flat Wood-poisoalut! disI again were then. heartily: 'sunS Ross, leader. All cordially invited. vited. First Church of Christ, SClenfstFirst ;
; ill*to ft solid extract we hue retained in the tablets 'u9e,starlet fern It gender rnl\li by the assemblage and Rev. Vreeland S i Church of Christ, Sclents': fI
the curative properties of every medicinal Ingredient Ud renewed %U\OL.. Thouuds ?f offered! & touching prayer commending Jas. WlcHugh Second Church of Christ, ScientistThe Service at 11 a. m. Services wi-: -''
;. Sold by drareists or sent by malL ten-wi or ibaOtr CUM,also com each one to Him. who careth tor ,II, ._- Presbyterian. Second? Church of Christ, held in the Pensacola Librarv bU }
100 doses one dollar. C.L Hood Co,Lowell Mass of tenfold &\them,KWIM,ate.r .. all. Phone 105. Proprieto"rp first Presbyterian Church-Ret. Scientist Services every Sunday I tog oa East Chase street


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The: Second Week

The Place Where Your t Dollar Buys One ,of ,

Hundred Cents Worth.. >
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; ..mOf ou r ... .

A great collection of dainty laces. and, embroideries s': Offl, IS .". : .

for Monday and Tuesdays special s ellin g.' '.

: Lot No. 1 \ C
-1. ,)!everal New Announcements Indicate

I Broken sets in Val laces and Nain oak':and
that Campaign Will l Soon DAYS .W4flW4IU OI4LL DAYS

Swiss embroidered vales, up,to 8 1-3 ,cents,. .

per yard. Your choice ---------__. __-,. ...3 Take on Some Life.

Lot No. 2 That Jhe; :Campaign will soon taken ; -.?; :i WILL BE A CORKER. .
> a
more animated'appearance is I .
Fine line of Embroideries, Machine, Torchons vident from the batch of announcements J '
for office which The Journal .
and Val edges and Insertings, values up to ontains this morning, ;
n Chas. M. Coston 'st re.Js.crowded its with; all kinds of New and Seasonable
121-2 cents per yard. Yourchoice'_____1____5c a Our : to utmost capacity

While announcement he has not it yet U made understood a public Goods for ,the Easter Season, and each and every one of them offeredis

hat Chas. M. Coston the well known :
All "Bolero" jackets, Venice and Point Gauze ittorney will be ,a candidate for leg. a Genuine Bargain that cannot be' duplicated elsewhere.

Collars at Half price. !dative: honors. Mr. Coston is abundantly .
able to fill the position at \ aft
)koulfl do so with credit His aalouncement -) -
> -
may be expected in a" few

; Mial orders will receive prompt and careful.attention lays. For County Treasurer. FOLLOW THE CROWD TO THE BUSY STORE MONDAY AND EVERYDAY THIS WEEK.

Yours for business, Thos; F. Wrighton, the well known .
; fainter, will enter the race for county I
! reasurer. Mr. Wrighton has been in
WATSON PARKER & REESE 5ensacola since 1877 and there are!j
II I ew people In the city who do not! BARGAINS GALORE FOR MO/lDA

Successors toGREEN :now him or whom he does not I ."..
, mow. He is universally popular!
among all classes and his pleasing
iresonality and business energy and
nfegrity have combined! to make him r

IIII ___\11I1..._ -oil '-arm friends: on all sides. While Mr.\ Special Bargains in Special Special Bargains in
Brighton has: always been a prominent !'
;::- worker in the Democratic party
be has never previously asked for or : Skirts Towels and
Beautiful Easter fiat SaleFor held public office and 'he therefore, Ladies I Monday Bargains t f
all' unusually strong candidate and|II

nil unquestionably" command a gen-]I .Waists, and 3uits.i : Table Damask. J
rous suport.' .
the next two weeks, at Mrs. Nordstrom's Millin- For 'Tax Collector, Princess, :5 S: From 9 to 11 o'clock. at.. .r ... ..' ..' .. .,. .f (-"NIy.a
East Intendencia street. Get Easter One case of-White'Lawn 12c.Wh1te Scotch Huck fowh!
11 "
your :Neils ''McKlnzie Oerting announces sizes'Tu ked and
ery Waists, all
for this sale.. .. .. .. .. ......9o
his candidacy for county tax colletr..Mr Embroidery trimming; White Dotted Swiss, 36 inches
hat here. Beautiful line to select from and the Lace or lac .
), : Oertlng 'served.as, tax..eol- made for a leader at.75c, special '.'whlee;..spedal-from::9- to 11,.'per. ',. 14c' WWte Scotch Hucfc .Ibvfili' .
Cheapest in prices. fctor for the city of Pensacola for for this 'sale at.'. .. .. .. .:.49c' yard.: .: .... ..I.-. .: .'..'.8ZC r'-, : ; r extra: large; special. .. :; >..JOo
linen Huck Towels,
Finest 19c all
ten years and made a very White stout Domeestic
sattsfac-I 10 dozen Sheer and fine 10 ;yards good'
t cry record in office. His Lawn Waists,,$1.50 value; tucks ; ,' .for.> ...r.,. .. .. .. .. ....39c for this sale.. .. ..14c54e
GIVE US A CALL lakes him familiar with the duties embroidery trimmed; and ,Calicoesseveral styles, White Lipen'Tray. Cloth'to So'noVfor.
ed and 5c 7c .. .. .. .. .
of I the office to which he now aspires new sleeves, a great bargain special in Mill Ends, per yard 3%e. '.. _
and as he bas always been popular while they last.. .. .... .. :.98c' 15c, Fine Printed Lawns and Bat Drawn: Work White Dresser
Low Prices in Hair Goods 25c
Scarfs, 54 inches,
nth the voters there is every reason J1J5 fine White' Lawn Waists istes, special in Mill Ends, per
to believe that )he' will get a good" embroidered front and tucked, yard... .. .. .. '.. .. .. .-eo 6Y2.c', each for this 12eIWhite
--, rote., German !Damask Napkins90c
special $1.39 Lawn Shirt Waists
"stylish White
very nobby.and 75c
For Justice of the Peace. value, for this sale per doz. 49c
J1.50 Duck and Covert Washable trimmed in lace-or Embroidery
PANAMAS and ... .. .. .. ....49c Best $1 Linen Damask Napkins,
candidate black .
c.oNSOIIDATION C. L. Shine announces as a Skirts in white navy, special.. > t' special. .. .. '... '
for Justice of the Peace in theecond write or brown special bargain 98c $1.25 Hammack, strictly new
|CLEANED, BLEACHED, REBANDEDBY 1 district-succeed Judge Lan- $3.00 Mercerized .L'.nen Skirts in special from 9 to' 11 onl!!.. ..85c !Best $1.75 White Damask Napkins
.. .. .$1.39
EXPERT WORKMEN.Leave drum whose resignation was recently Oxford, white blue and tan box 25c Drawn Work Dresser Scarfs special. .1
[ Hats at Wagenhelm's Cigar sent to the governor. Mr. Shine is, a plaited, special for this sale.$2.49; 54-iriche5 long 'On' extra EmbroiderY 100 dozen best $2 all Linen Dam.
Store, 32 S. Palafox.CottDTOll. )oung man of excellent character Special bargains sin white washable Cloth, special, each.... '.'.10c ask Napkins, new patterns, special -
Of H HARDWARE[ of per dozen.. .. .. .. .. .$1.69
and recognized 'ability-two very Pique Guck and Linen Finest 15c Edinboro Zephyr Ginghams '
essential' requirements for a judicial! Skirts ranging:'from$1.19, ,to. ,$9.49 choice styles special for ... iBest 35c Bleached TaMe! Damask
ffice. 'He is also a practicing attoriey $3.50 Fancy Mohar! Skirts in blackor this sale. .. .... .. .. ..9c to go at.. .. ..22c5o.c
at the bar,.'another very desira- Blue only.. *. n" .. .. .!$1.95 10 yards Printed Lawn neat pat Table Damasks to go in this
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. hIe qualification. So far there are $6.00 Wool Parma Skirts. Brown terns-to go for. .. .. .. ...,32o sale for.. ... .
FIRMS candidates fords 10 pieces Poe Extra Satin Damask,
nc other announced with 'Men's'75c Madras
Pensacola.. Fla. position and indications are that only, plaited and trimmed 100 dozen special.. .. ...'. .69c
i straps and buttons, special.$4.90Very '''Shirts, fresh, new styles, spe-
tI'ere will not be: handsome Lingerie Blouse, cial each:. .. .... ..,:. .. 49c $1.25 Imported all Linen Damasksto
......... 95c
CUTGLASS AND DIAMONDSNew A Possible: Candidate.It of.fine white Lawn, embroidered 3c and 7c White Torchon Laces of Drummer
Trunks Sample
is learned on what is regarded front and tucked $2.50 value:; and Insertings: special for this Two
Stock" the Beat. ,
Only Avery Hardware Company and Gordon as reliable authority that CoL Sam for this sale'ottly... c.I.- ..r.L9S"Fine ,"- '' ,sale v.-v. '.;.-. .; .. .. .. ....3J%c containing Dresser Staffs, Lunch
|W. A. Gahlenbeck:, 218 S'Palafox'St. ,. Cloths and Center Pieces, to
losenau may become a candidate for ( Whit LawifBlouse; eiborw-:--- .4 200 yards best 12V&C linen Russia
& Brown Hardware Company ounty treasurer. Some of his friends sleeves yoke of lace inserting, I Crash Toweling, from 9 to 11 go at Half Price.

TURTON & BELL. are talking about it now, ana when Eleeves tucked and 'lace trimmed .. only.. '.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..7540 ,
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. Merge in One Big Cot! Sam gets to talking about it him-I $3.50 value,.'special.. -.. 52.90 .7c Twilled White Crash Toweling
self, as he of course will if he de- Finest $5 new style Blouse madeof special for this sale. .. ....4J c Special Bargains in
for Amateurs.R.
Kodak Supplies. Finishing ci das to run, there will be talk white Chiffon Batiste or Per- lOc White India Linen! sheer and

Corporation. enough to supply the whole cam sian Lawn, handsomely trimmed fine, special for this sale...... 5c
K; WHITE aign. His main reason in running yoke, neck and sleeves in lace, 35c ,Bleached Table' !Damask.....23cWhite Laces and.Embroideries..
|litchmaker,Manufacturing Jeweler and Graduate for the office of treasurer is said t1)lie and tucking, tyr this great bar;; ..
Optician.30 S. Piiafox Street,Pensicola Fla. One of the biggest business deals in the fact sheriff's that there office is this no elec- "gaIn sale.,.' ':.,..;;'.. .. .. .. ..|3.98
Peasacola t''On for the year. Panama and Mohair .
recently consummated in $7.50 Wool
'' office, Bargains.
he latter is really his favorite
Skirts1" made
consolidation the Sicilian!
the of
was yesterday but as that it not open now he thinks 60 pieces best 5c and 7c Torchon
black to
IrcrseiyToldI :Avery Gordon Hardware& Brown Hardware Company Company ami' the tbe county treasurer's place' is thenext at in. brown.. .. ..blue..! .and. .. .. ."..go.55.90. 100 pieces Sheer White India Linen Laces and Inserting Just to
this sale only .5c .
.. .
'best thing. lOc value for make quick selling .. .. 3YiC
under the name of .the Avery Hard 50c Fancy Taffeta and Foulard 8c White Checked Nainsook;, special 100 pices extra,wide Torchon and
ware & Supply Company. The new LISTEN Mohair and Panama Skirts at only.. ... . .. .. .. ...5c white laces, worth from8c
The Salvation Army headquarters concern will be incorporated immediately $7.90 $8.90, $9.75 and.. ....$1Z90 fancy
and remember the next time you suf.fer 100 pieces extra 15c White India to 15c per yard; your choice
|have been moved from DeLuna street with a captial stock of $150- from pain-caused by damp weath- We are also showing a choice line of Linen; for this sale.. .. .. .10o for .. .. .. ...l.a.'....50
to So. 214 East ehurch'street.? where 000.00 and with the following officers r when your head nearly bursts t New Eton and Poney Jacket One case of sheer and dainty One lot of pure Torchon laces
Captain Norris and his co-workers are and stockholders: A. M. Avery president from neuralgia-try Ballard's Snow Suits, in white Belfast Linenat striped and check Dimities; and insertings worth lOc and

pleasantly; located ; A. M. Avery Jr., vice presi iniment! It will cure you.' 'promi-- special prices. best 15c values; for this sale..10c insertings, worth lOc and 12c,

J. W. Burney, formerly of this city, dent; and O. M.and'T.Gordon.A. Jennings W. W. Yarn directors ,, nent business man of Hempstead Children's Wash Dresses at special 100 pieces English Lon'g Cloth, in special for this sale.. .. .. .. .5c
W. Lamar
ht now a contractor and manufacbrer C. Texas. writes: "I have used your lin- prices, 35c to $1.69; Kimonos twelve yard pieces, worth $1.25to The handsomest line of French and
of Dothan, Ala., arrived in the The consolidation! of these two Lent Previous to using it I was ,8great from 25c to $3.95. go per piece for.. .. ...98c Round Thread Val Laces ever shownat
tty last night and will remain a companies will form one of the larg sufferer from Rheumatism and One case of 45 inch White Persian special cut prices.
few days on business. and retail hardware euralgia. I am pleased to say that Lawn: very sheer and fine; All Over Laces in a beautiful assortment
est wholesale and it is now I am free from these complaints best' 25c value, to go at.. .. ..15c15c
",t P. A. Partlngton, representing concerns on the Gulf business coast will be I am sure I owe this to your Silk' Bargains.FROM White Persian Lawns sheer Special bargains In Embroideries'
)1m's Wear," a trade newspaper puT. understood:' that the development Sold by all druggists. 'and finer special.. .. .. .. 10c and Insertings at 5c, 9c, 15c and 39a
listed !in New York City.is in Pensain pushed to the largest of liniment'"j THE piG PEREMPTORYSALE 18c White Check Nainsook, as One case of fine all over Embroider.
: in the interest of hs publication' ,, busine! The will retail be conducted from VOILES OF ALL ;JHAC OF ONE OF THE LEADING sorted checks. only.. .-. .. .' 12c ies to be sold at special bargain

Which is a very attractive one. i iI I the the present location of the Avery 15c. VALUES: WILL GO FOR 10c.AT SILK MILLS! : 25c White.Wash. Batiste and" prices.

Southern Hotel arrivals: F. K. store in the Masonic Temple and the THE SACRIFICESALE.' French Lawns special.. '.. .18c 50 pieces extra wide Corset Cover
lost, Hcpkinsville, Ky.: c. W. Spark wholesale end of tt will be conducted F. E. 'BRAWNER'iS' 20 pieces 40c White Wash Jap A choice line of new White Mercerized Embroideries and Flouncings just received -
DEPARTMENT STORE.RECORD' silk .' -.. ......23c
special. and Suitings
Chicago;; L. L. Gant, city; K. R. Pad- from the bg! warehouse o'f the Gordon Walstings that are especially cheap.
d rck! Chas. H. the Best'50c Jap :Silks all colors, spe- at special prices from lOc to.. 39c
F. E. Mobile near
West sale mornln'g
; & Brown company They will go on Monday
Rowe Phil cial., -. .. ..-. .. .. .. .. .,. .39c handsome line of fine Sheer White ,
U S. S. Texas; M. Alkus, freight dpot. TailoredDress A at 19c.25c and 33c per yard.
: OF VITAL 50c Fancy Taffeta and Lawns, Batistes and Organdies
adelphia; S. Alker. Philadelphia;, of Infants' White Lawn
C Box Graceville. Fla.A I ; Silks to go' at.. .. 35c .for confirmation dresses, at Two cases
Embroidered and Lace Caps at bargain
G'i One-lot! $1.00and $1.39 Illumnat.: Special Cut Prices.
handsome piece of pen and ink i Beautiful STATISTICS. I: ed fancy Taffeta and Liberty prices.
wsrosslng is. on display one of F. I : Silks, choice styles to go in this
E. Brawner's show windows the work f o sale for. .., i', '.. .. ........69c '
or f Prof. W. D. Seers of the Pensacola 0 and as natural as M ARRIAGES, BIRTHS AND DEATHS! 36-inch Pajoda Taffeta :Silk all New Spring Wash Dress Bargains in Hammocks.

Business College. It is the resolutions life is what they colors, special. .. .. .. .. .59c
of respect adopted by Fidelity i say of our | THAT HAVE OCCURRED DUR- t : Black all ,sik ,Swiss -Taffeta-.; 36 Goods.We 5 'bales of Hammocks bought under
lodge Xo. 68. K. of P. on the 'death ING THE .PAST WEEK. I \ inch 8J- ide.\ forithis'week...'.. 89c price will go on sale Monday morn
of Eiwln C. Dansby. I t Best 150.36inch B'ack.IniperialTaffeta ing at bargain prices. 'Be sure to see
,now magnificentline
showing a
;the street force, under Aeting'Suptaatendent a o Photographsafter Following is the record of mar-'1 Silk a great bargain: at $119 : of the-latest printed Lawns Tissues them at once. Special lots at 95c

Spottswood, will convttence rlages, births and,,deatha which haye'been 40c. 27-inch Japan Silk, black, Batistes and Trench Chiffons and $1.19 U. 5 and $1.69. They are worthat
filed for record during the pastwfek whiteand colors-,: special bar- 50 cent more money.
lest per
ffil!!, where workMonday clay will be morning placed on on West sevl l. seeing them. j in the offices, of the countI I in r;, .. ....- ,.. '.-.,. .... .. ..25c : G; .Organdies' at' Special Bargain' Prices.

,tal l street leading from the West Hilltrack e You'll say' so,! judge and the city clerk. -
house in order that the trucks t Marriages.VhiteElmer

1 nay reach Palafox street thus af- I '1 Barlow; Irvin 'Pugh)Iayto, Jr., to Jennie Ida HastTs. J.- I Hats.Lace

of rtng the monumentThe protection to residences north 1 Special Sale of L dies' and Children'sSale eady-to-Wear .

Kodakand Color? -(Corry 0. Walker to Geori .
bereaved husband, sons and:' L: Hall Robert Isadore to Chancy t
It'\ugnten and other relatives of Mrs. Perdue. Cane Cooper to Ellen rottenj j.

Amelia E. Dear are receivln tae, er. George Winbush to Hattie Lave.George .
sympathy of the, community on account finishing done in a ? Mack to Fannla: ,)I Coy, 'JackE3.rnes d Curtains
of the death of that estimable Sat! hurry) and cheaper! to Sallie: Stephens. Davis' Wait for the'Bito of Swiss a*,
lady, which occurred last Sunday :at ? outemire to Jamie Garrison H S.Stephenoo .

her street residence She had on'been East ill Intendenc'a for several place than at in any the other city.,I. to Maud Births.Johnson. 11'hiteTo I>' I be.i1HL..:nnounced in a fe\v days.

** k8. but had borne her suffering Mail] orders given t : L. C. Philips an.*' wife, .
kith Christian fortitude. She was attention., I a boy; to R. J. Bowman and wife a,
known for her many kind and ,chirdeeds prompt girl; to W, E. Craig and: wife, a girl;: --
i itable It 'our pictures To Frank Sunday and:
!!, and will be missed by ,
fan, y sje, leaves a loin? husband can't suit' yon you!'I'Icn.t vdfe, a boy; ,to D. Vohnsoa and' wife,
w MM and daughters and a brother be suited 'a boy. I

Rains"W sister to mourn her loss. The re We say the'sangl Deaths.7htteJames 63 ,': ANNO I a co.
Atkinson years
b Ichael's were placed cemetery at rest, Rev.Monday Psrcivala In of our prices. f heart disease. 2yurs. !1
iClomois Jackson. ,
the services.
i 1[ KauffmannROM tuberculosis; Eddie: Taylor, 19ars.'consnniptionj
: Haywcod 40- e,
Sure to please, Blue Ribbon Vanil- ; rEd. .. -
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Mice or as Lemon.far' Absolutely pure goes!I ROMANA AND PALAFOX )"fars,, cans gastritis unknown; Jessy; Stephen Spencer Wiljms 23rears !\ .....: ," '. ,' --,.',,' ,. :_ ':,::: ,--- .. ---- .'' -, .. -- '., -.. .. -. ----
tt as other kinds and gives nephritis. ,, ,
llert. !! the "Blue Ribbon Flavor' Pensacola, Fla. -


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black'Henda! !I. the murdereres4caped. : -i nquri !th n; 'P rkei--was, ip. ""the F- .
A negro shot a, white man in; test 'election. There are plenty of ,. <' > : ': I

.bt; .ial la J u.fttt Springfield Ohio a short time ago,;i men in the south who would make BUILDiNG
and the people there raised up in, ideal Presidents If elected. Is It not S 5'

their anger and slew everything Insight atout time' that the southern Democracy .
but" do differently down of the honors for ,- ,< ,
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SUNDAY: f here, even if the people up there do the faithful and loyal support given ; ; -- '- I .
!i: DAILY. WEEKLY. call us Inhuman barbarians..-Milton to the Northern Democracy? Jack< I :

Index. sonville Metropolis. .
Should Be Represented. After 'Political plums.The.Repnblican .
I ...BY... I For governorship two years from Executive Commit.: .
now names are suggested right and tee of Dscambia County has endorsed ---rn- .
I THE, JOURNAL COMPANY. left Ths latest is a West I -
-T. A. 'Jennings of Pensacola.It .i :
ru.LfUw-rJu-LnJ-wJwulr man 'postmaster of that city. Mr. Robinson ______
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does seem this section of the: was postmaster; for four years

1 FRANK L MAYES, President and General' Manager. state should be represented occasion previous to the appointment' of the ___ ___ .
ally.-"iWewahitchka News. Incumbent.-Galnesville Sun,
-iy-ijxra- present ,
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MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. I The Journal's Easter Edition. Sanitary Ordinances. _ '- 4 .
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The Pensacola Journal is to publisha Pensacola doesn't intend to have
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t -- special Easter ealtkra.- That it I a repetition of last year's epidemicno -
RATES. will be a first-class paper goes with- not if the passage' of a number of r -.z-- : : I .

One Tear..................$5 00 Ono :Month......., ........, <5 out does'things saying, as by Editor halves; Mays never ordinance will accomplish protect 1 I : ii I

'4- Six Months................ 2 50 One W*>k,.,,,,........... 10 .-S. *. S.: ion. No less than a dozen ordinances _
Three Months...... ......... 1 25 'Weekly Edition, per year.$1 O( have ben passed and published inj' .- .. rL. ivrh'i -; '-- -.z -' ,, !zi
The One Generally tc Blame. the last few. weeks.-Andalusia News. I _ ;
'L .,__: ruvt.1uu nn. The Pensacola] Journal asks: "Who .. .

I I Is to blame for street car accidents that _ -. .- ,
The Journal
Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed The Pensacola says _ ;: : -
C" t I I That depends.. Some times- it is the ,State Solicitor J. Walter Kehoe of
Circulation Statement but it Is I the fool
w Can Be Secured.. motorman generally
j that city will not be in race against Q1
1nfi.r'jwJruvww' ftA/JW JWW Lr f J rJJ tr.t. I people who imagine they can run Congressman, W. 3. Lamar that he _: : :
faster than a car. Apalachlcola, I

t.; Offices,108 and 110 East I. !d----1;:: I Papers on Saloon, Trains I I Times.. '* I had race oecided-he at' -all.-Marianna would Tim not enter the! ___ ; jr55 7 __z. .' _-:.- _

tq: Government., Phone 38. _ and at all.News Stands.FENSACOiLA. i AM Aboad for Pensacola.It S. s.courler'j h : .

iM .r 1LLJVL -- --- i will not be'a great while until .'Tending to Their Knittin"W1le .
r Andalusia has 'a population of ten \ Pensacola ;is again making i:
i FLORIDA. SUNDAY MORNING. APRIL ;1 1906 claim to be the oldest settlement of.. -
_ _ .- thousand'; people and Pullman cars Unit
I the her neighboring
are :passing through, from I IFtensacola country

i jL-i The Meaning of ask for their advertising 'space what to falo.Chattanooga."-Andalusia'"Put News.me off at Buf_ knitting"Coast towns and are going"tending ahead.-B. to y their:Mln- This new fire- roof building will ,be ready for occupancy May 1 to 15.

ui' Pensacola's Bond Sale they to think have it occurred is worth,to it them never that seeming if ., .*, *' s -ette Times. *, A part of the space has already been taken, but the following is still for rent:

F !The sale last week of the $300- they cannot,get what it is worth they John John Beard's S. Beard Doctrine.lawyer and"- politician ?!-The- Best Morning Paper. Double store in North endcarrying second floor, each floor,43 x 120 feet.

t' I 000.00 block of 4% per cent 30-() might .as well go out of business. of Pensacola, says ,he wants the The Pensacola Journal continuesto Freight elevator and stairs.

i { 'year, Pensacola Improvement Bonds It 'is' a healthy sign of the times Democrats to nominate' a southern be tha best morning better paper with In each the! Single store in South half, 21 x 120 feet.
man for. the next Presidential candi State. It grows ,
for $3015.00: was a testimonial ,to that these ideas are changing and date. The Southern States seem to month that rolls around. Frank I t Entire South half of second floor.

:Benaacola's high credit that the business -that the newspaper men' generallyare be the> only states always sure dem- Mayes deserves all the success hej! Eighty offices on third floor each office with heat

r-I world :will not be slow to recognize. learning to do business in the ccratic, and a southern, man if ''beaten has attaine for he makes a splendId supplied light and water.

I same way that other business men could not be any"more completely paper all the time.-Tampa Herald. The building is fire-proof throughout, entirely modern in construction and

These bonds brought the highest do. This is apparent in the improved _n' equipment, and second and third floors are reached by both elevator and stairs..

price that has, in recent years, been appearance' of the papers themselves For further particulars, address or apply to F. C. Brent, over First National BankSome .

ti paid for any Florida municipal bond?, and that fact will render it' much History of the Sponge ,
I higher even than that paid tor Jack harder tor the old class of newspapers

& Y111e's recent issue, and higher, to get along than it has ever .

: than municipal bonds for cities of beea 'iM t-- '$$
.before. -
1:1t' MM $ $$*,,
'. reasacola's fciie have 'brought ,almost! Industry on East Coast .

i anywhere throughput, the country,. The Journal is now enjoying, the -l "

The sale speaks well for the bond largest circulation and the. largest S Tendencies of By
trustees Messrs. Lu H. Green, W. K. business in every way in the entire Tampa Herald. CHAS. H. LANEY ;

; Hyer, Jr., and J. ;M. Pfeiffer, who put history of, the paper. This speaks I

L.b: It.through, but. It speaks' sun better volume for Pensacola as well as.for. ; Judge: of Pensacola's :
Recent evnts In relation to the tai lng' advances, a custom Inaugurated the Negro Race
iy fen the ( Water itself. The The JournaL
Deep : .
? sponge fishing In Florida waters have by some of the owners of tie i Municipal Court
I rorchasers of these bonds were not attracted considerable attention complaint vessels to secura the best "hookers"not
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looking merely at the Pensacola of Next'Sunday'sBig having been made that _the ( "tongers,") which finally became &W *MV&W H H-- *
to-day. They saw in the future a Greek divers were doing a great deal I I universal it is common occurence) for I $M-HmilJ\

j.i great city, a railroad terminus teeming Special Easter Edition, of. damage to the fishing grounds. I them to ,jump the vessel without 'repaying II
with the outgoing In anticipation} of the good feeling The matter was called to the atten the owner his money. One There are other colored races, but cipline. Although schooled by generatloa -and the presence of the wi,' "! :vi 1
commerce of tion of the governor and he ordered class are heavy drinkers when they only one negro race. The term is : ? of servitude to be obedient he the impure. I am led to be"eu! ,, _
1 the interior' a deep water port. laden which Easter always brings and asa the sheriff of the .counties interestedto I can procure liquor whether with their not only ''inscriptive but. generic and, yields reluctantly to arbitrary rules rjght here in Pensacola a',' ,: _"i

3' 'With the gigantic import and export j means of accommodating the big; see that the law was not violated. own money or by exchange of the ves la its very derivation belongs to the which In any way interfere with his happy homes among the co\-. ''! h .

tb; trade which the Panama-canal will Easter advertising of .Pensacola's The matter was also called to the sel's supplies and during their drunken race. Then it is dignified, and means I pIe, composed of mother am1A! : -
ir bring to Pensacola. They were lOOk-I)live business men, The Journal will attention of the, Florida delegation in orgies many serious affrays have' negro's something.Individuality is compromising to call him the- and' contented children, and ':>a.' .-

t ing forward to a time when these next Sunday issue a ,24-page edition congress and senator, Taliferro Intro- occurred. The end of a successful trip elsa. The term negro has anything history ..."<.'., ",....-,'...:,',))" :O:';:'Jm f"V":' ..'I'..'....t., < '", "".,. c;' these there are coming up iu -
j when could ''drew" has always > "' < iit ,, >>, .' inals in the future.If .
ruced a bill: prohibiting diving for they { '" ;" '" : "
same Pensacola bonds will sell in the which promises to be a more than behind it, and character under it ( 5SS'.S -
been a time" of revelry and debauch \ the white people are alarnu
sponges. t. *i$
cpan' market for a much higher price ordinarily interesting special num All of these events attracted public,I ery among this class and the result; UETacial any, other but undeserved.appellation Is The not"poor only : kc' < ;/ the divorce evil), what: should tn :

I ||$ them now-and they probably did in this part of the worldat has recently: been said about 'it 'in pated. And5{ of theSe 'sam* peopleone the "colored !brother" for politics the divorce cases going to ms cr

1jU not place that time In the very distant leas: always marks -the change of print. cannot truthfully say that their tnt only sentimentalists and cranks :: -Al- .. He must stop this fljrrespect' of

ti future either the &eaons-the time when the trees A recent issue: of the Times-Union word is ,their bond. employ these expressions 'when treating 'f.:". n zi :' 'c'h. -. -. er.race a for the homes marriage where vow husband T
Not fitrictlv Honest. t: many
r( i The 153.1eof these bonds has I and fields their ,of I i contained an article from Mr. W. W. of the race as distinctive '
shown assume garb As a buyer I have been closely associated : wife live honestly and pure but
K. Decker of the west coast of this .
1 to. the world at large what the keenest green, 4hen the flowers are fresh, county, in,regard to the matter and it .witl the fishermen' for years, There has been much literature on i sertions and separations and a:.", '
(:1 '. business minds: think of 'Pensa and the fountains ot happiness overflow is printed below. for the informationof and hav .endeavored to bear their the nagro since the'war, but the most .of the marriage relation are dp

k cola and what faith they have in har with the spirit of :.tPriI gtime. those =who-are interested in the shat- gdbd wiTh ''tSrough' consistently fair of these writers may be diviated' into ? bg the race. ,

.fif future.! No higher or more conclusive -It.also: marks the change of the' busi ter. : letter has follows: treatment, add ,whiletrie:above state. (twd classes: fanatics and igno Then thre must be a higher
meats will no doubt arouse the animosity ramuses. If a northern man writes dud of womanhood. Let the >i>. >
I noted
,Having ...
several prejudicial allusions I
I i testimonial could b .paid to her ne season, when* whiter merges, .'by) .,K West of those: :they: are are intended upon the subject he usually displays cast out the wife beater and *',.j! '
I ::; business stability than this. '.1 into spring and warm, weather regarding your the'y Greek sponge correspondent divers to cover, they are generally known both his fanaticism and his ignoranceand I the adulterer. TVhen a woman 'h.M"- .

.1I I. buyers seek bargains in the new kpiparel who are p1ying. their avocation in! facts and do not reflect upon those the southerner will usually let 4-S ; from virtue she is no more fir : '

The .terms of, office of Justices and new furni&hingsvlilch the !.the waters of the gulf, with Tarpon who are exempt from such charges. his prejudice color his opinion. Een I -S -5 (the company of girls who hase

l1 Charles B. Parkhill and" James B.Whitfield change of seasons makes necessary. Springs aa the base of their operations The vessels' usually owned by mer- the negro, when writing about himself yet gone astray. .
I chants have been outfitted with is unfitted fcc the job.I doubt :When the colored fix -
: two of the most I think supplies man
popular as The Journal intends to make nextSUaY's it opportune time to
ll1as for a trip cf eight or ten weeks' if the man has yet been born who same arbitrary rules (for tin' <;i'msnt -
t jurists of the tender the pubUc-a.-part1a.l statement
State ,
Supreme edition of inter ,
particular durationthewner-hearing.the entire can write dispassionately! upon the of his society a'J the win'' ->
r Court, expire next January.and ,I ESt 'to the,Easter season: and 'particularly correct'in .a&ails of, of the past 'and expense'.ofitaeltrip; Under ,the system -subject' I am liable to the same mistakes has for his, the morals of 't,

.- it Js generally' understood'' that valuable to reader and advertiser present, by history one familiar the with sponge the conditions business of sharing, the men have rec iv. as others, but what I say in 1 1S will then improve.

p these gentlemen will be candidates I I alike. number. of special articles as they have: existed for a period ed one-half of the gross proceeds of this- article I say" kindly.. I had rather ,- S Candor compels me to air 1 I

j: re-nomination at the coming Democratic from local writers halVe been secures of fifteen years. the sale of their product, and as an io some injustice to tne white man the white! man has not ala:. .
additional inducement to labor, the than any to the negro, for the white the negro right History sb/ i II"-
L primaries. \ !} : and some special Easter For many years sending out a fleet I hookers man can stand it and the negro ,can J I .
of vessels tn the* pOIiging grounds was have besn given on -quarter CHAS. H. LANEY. this great Anglo :Saxon 1.1 c
features are also expected. of a share from the owners' part the not.There never dalt:: fairly with infer :.s.
How to Make, ,Advertisers must, get copy ,in for conducted, and the solely northern By Key dealers West In parties this cook one-quarter of a share to practice 'is no denial of the fact that Many of the negro's sho,' '.dU' -1
in use of provisions the percentage of crimes among the preconceived ideas of freedom. What be laid! at the white IM. -
economy and may
this edition by; Wednesday or its insertion community: either ient their
or kept .
A Newspaper negro is largely in excess of what it the
I needs
is '
Pay the captain an extra percentage to negro most the strength- It is eternally settled that h- "- "'
Cannot"be guaranteed. Almost representatives there to buy the product is the whites
In.: telling the care for the vessel and direct the work with In any community ening of his social fabric. He looks to stay, and we should ft :i.1! ;'
Sou.th Carolina Press as it was brought to market
always a large number of advertisements by wilere'he abounds. To deal with him lightly the ties of
of the crew.The accumulation of(bad upon family, anddj6rega.rd terest at least in his moral ;- tEvet'T
:Association how to make a country' the fishermen, but about"the year 1890a fairly I am forced to say that this the home ,
have to be omitted circle as a Wh "
because of i accounts due: to the system of advances young negro man
weekly : 1 company was organized at Tarpon Is not entirely due to his natural .
pay, A. B. Jordan means of education and discipline honest walks ,
among lack of time in which 'to get them without which no fishermen some woman 'II i
up. Springs to sendrout fleet of vessels criminal
; a tendency. He is always for : '
S other good advice, this would the serious duties of life. ccurt house and secures a !war *
gave : ship for a trip amounted to
r j In this -.edition This Journal does not and also :purchase sponges and more carefully watched, and more With the negro home isnot so and then to v.,' ', '
thousands license
Impress dollars and the losses goes
that : upon delinquents the fact want: to omit any of them and it through the'competition, thus engendered severely criticised than the white much an institution as with the build a family and a h mif .
the dollar incurred when' the catches smallhave up
they owe you is a just the -dealers were forced to place were man, and any candid lawyer of experience -white 'f
;i. and honorable therefore urges that all copy be got man. Their boys grow up and benefactor of his race. Evenland It'f9
debt that more than once brotfg ht the
; you expect agents here and this will 'tell that in thecourts
in not later than gradually has be- you wonde'off; and their girls frequently he clears is a moral !'af' J
them to Wednesday
pay 'it the night. vessel owners to face impending ruin.
very day it Is I he is 1 convicted
come the strongest market For several more easily hunt society efcewhere. If I
4i were the elevation of his psople
due. Beat it into The
method of start
them. Demand new_ diving was
a i years past fully 30 per cent of and that few of them ever escape about to advise! tha negroes of this The humble home of tho >! >r '
from them
the same prompt, honest fl." ed less than a year ago by a Grepk .
pcnMunent where is de
catch of punishment
Rock Island sheep's wool ; community I would establish .t- "Vl
say and of the
1I' business the cottage poor
just methods and (dealings who had been previously employed in served.. Perhaps he is entitled to all :f
and Anckrte
grass and yellow homes and strengthen ties. dv .'!rn.
; SAID spongesor family
3 the business OF PENSACOLA as the more pretentious
world demands e
of a packing house here, and his efforts he
you. it is the white
gets ano! "
to be more explicit, found m'l.n. Discipline '
children for
sponges your useful- the mechani
4 the artisan and
!Let them understand that X' AND PENSACOLIANS .
DI the you employ & north of Egmont r. have been sold proving successful beyond expecta. rather who misses what belongs to ness around the firesia'a! and preserve thrift abounds and ha same stern rigid inflexible tions
business others both
and hinu
::1 methods in the here, while the Key goods taken from jour family integrity intact from vails are and always miis 1'*, '
management of 'I '$ Greeks, hastened to procure apparatusand Strange to the lacks dis-;
business that the waters between the islands near say negro the encroachments of the stranger, safeguards of the race.
year are employed
by -
begin Now
operations. there are
the southern end 'of' the state have I -
A Little "
4. the greatest financial "Putchy.
corporation in
probably 600 Greeks here of
L the world and then will, the accountson I The Pensacola Journal thinks that West continued owing to to.its find:their proximity market to at those Key them highly educated men, and many quitea superior to the usual take of the hook operations would be-pursued upon the date for re-election to UK o'Tax *t

i1J your subscription book be worth Gainesville. should have a more "ceJesUar. -grounds. number naturalized citizens of the ers in both quality and size and the same grounds and the goods sent into Collector for Escanbi) C.lunt! ,

tfl dollar for dollar, your paper will com ,name. Just at the present United States: Thus far'the town has increased output through their operation the United States with an additionalcost at the to be held on \10"; I*
: mand the admiration time Pensacola and The Methods In Vogue.The primary
and respect of ,Journal have not had any just cause to regret their will soon bring prices down to a of duties. 1906. I solicit vote.
ti- every one who reads it, the publisher receiving a. number of severe method in vogue for catching advent, as while there has been a few point where the consumer will not be Matters are quite unsettled at your
.t. will naturally be drawn into closer jolts from winter visitors that have sponges was by'use of a pole with obliged! half of present
a violations of proprieties owing to Ignorance to pay his money for and it is difficult to forecast the J. S. ROBERTS
j union with had ,a Jendency to make
the leaning business the
men folks three-pronged hook attached to the S's
one of American customs they (so called by the packers), ultimate outcome but it would
11-. of his community and those of his over there'8i littJe putchy.-Gainesville end, and as fairlycalm weather and sand and appear ....
patrons who scorned him for lax Sun. have not created any disturbances: salt syrup. It It authentically that the increased production and consequent :At the solicitation of friend1 1 1r
clear water was requisite the success and all stated 'that hookers mutf! :,.r
seem disposed to make quiet are decline of canu.tid'
business methods will admire him for .* 'I through the by announce myself a
of this mode the principal part and incensed at the divers and that a mob ;
Pensacola's orderly citizens. The merchants continuance cf the new method. can the office of Tax Collector
strict adherence to
his :: common business Prosperity.
; of the fishermen's work was .done in and boat builders here and In Tampa of them after handling two or three only result in the greatest OEKVVO! .
g prin lplee. FrankL.. Mayes, editor of the Pen- water from good to thegreatest NEILS McKBNHE
ranging fifteen to thirty Greeks .
roughly West
eacola and Jacksonville have extensively very Key number. Tours --=
Journal very truly,
: The South Carolina newspaperman arrived in Birming- feet in depth, although under favor.able some time since, placed a around
profited froth
han* lt night and', will I their. :. already large bus. rope W. W. K. DECKER,
f!: has told the whole secrecy of morning for New Orleans t.ve'this circumstances: they sometimes iness. the neck of one with the intent'on of Tarpon Springs, March 8, "1906. For County Treasure.
: newspaper prosperity. ,Too many "We .are preparing to erect a new fished in albout fifty feet of water. Not -Infringing.The hanging him but were prevailed upon I will be a candidate in (,,tt' oemr

: newspaper men, particularly those of home lor The Pensacola] Journal" the Owing to the persistent In'the working of claim of the hookers that the to allow him to leave town. I cratic primary of May 1:> for r&noI.1-

:: the smaller papers have had an idea said Mr. Mayes; "and I am making a where sponge beds localities divers are InfringIng: on their .rights, An Armed Fleet. Political nation to the office of culiU'!! ," trea,
that- because their business trip: to several,important cities of the their mefhod..cbald. be employed cannot be established'! as the diver's It is also reported that an armed Announcemenls. er. The support of all democrat? J
!was South to get.some points on the construction :. by a constantly increasing number work is all done on the high seas, be fleet of hookers are coming out to the be appreciated.
small, there was not the necessity for of men these ground .became
of modern newspaper : yond the jurisdiction of state or federal grounds with,,the intention 'of killing RA TE-S. J. ED. WILLIAMS
; strict business methods wiuch everyone offices.". prolific- until through scarcity of the government, where the ,Cuban Greeks and destroying the outfits A The rates for political announcements

; 4: realizes must and do obtain in Mr; Mayes says Pensacola is prospering goods taken, and the keen competition fishing smacks, catch grouper and red those engaged in the business.. This not exceeding 8 lines, to run I hereby announce myself a lan4.

Mi the larger business enterprises. ll as' never before in spite of the among the dealer's. prices .advanced snapper for the Havana markets.! The latter rumor, I believe to be exagge- till the primary of :May 15, are as follows date for the office of County 'J'rrlJoI ::

: Ko greater mistake has ever been ..fact that th :Atlantic squadron will to more the than doable,, The jobber finding assertion, too, that the metal soles rated, however, and to consist merelyof : I I I nrer subject to the action of the D-"
retailers 'Would.not
d: made. :'A;! newspaper business is just not conduct the annual target prac the prices formerly charged,pay adulterating twice- of the diver's shoes Injure the bottomto idle threats by irresponsible parties The Daily Journal..,,............ .$ O,60' ocratic Primary.
,tice at the Pensacola port this the detriment of all cannotbe WRIGUro\:
as sponge it be realized
that F.
year as must such THOS.
like any other business and it must has ,been the..custom. or "loading" was resorted to for proven. This method has1 been act& of violence would meet with The Weekly Journal. ... ...... 5.00 -

iw b( J>Dducted on the same business While 'we would appreciate 'having the purpose 'of decreasing? the price followed for a great many years in speedy and extreme retribution under Thesa rates are strictly cash in advance .

A} p nctples. Many newspaper men the Vessels,'* said Mr. Mayes. "Pen. per pound. This only ostensibly reduced the Mediterranean Sea, and I am told the maritime laws of the country. and announcement will be For County Tax Assessor'...._
4r sacola Is fast reaching a point where the'price and the consumer actually that only over-working the inserted or run under anY other con
hesitate to ,
; press the collection of a i grounds! Their threats extend to some of their i I will be candidate for re-nja *
her prosperity received ,but half as much ditions. : a .
does- not depend ; has had the -:0
upon any effect upon growth r former comrades who have found '
employment Tax A-
small subscription account because tion to the office of Count
anyone thing. Her assets sponge for his money as when the
are becoming sopply. The hookers have themselves in the ,!
new business. and ot':
they are afraid that the subscriber goods The J sor, in the Democratic Primary
so diversified that all lines of were sold pure fishermen done
much harm to the Justice of '
who considered Peace 'f
grounds by are renegades. r r 2nd District
become offended"and business are ound engaged In the business under the 15. I respectfully ask your sup
will to old
; stop his paper prosper.Bir : takln-g the very small sponge since The inhabitants of the state most I p.Ja\RD'
,. It does' mlngham Age-Herald. method of which there have been the larger have J i I hereby announce W.W.I
not seem to occur to sizes_ less contagious to the sponge beds are apparently my candidacy ... -
'* about one thousand, have f been nearly plentiful' There is state for the office of Justice of the -
t them: that if a subscriber cannot pay a law pro content with the new conditions Peace
Pensacola's Negro Problem. equally divided as regards color and for the Second., !
; a small account he, certainly cannot hibiting taking or selling a sponge and would deprecate any Inter- District of Escambia For Representative. _
Pensacola Is having trouble with at least sixty per cent have, been under a certain limit of Inches in diameter ference. County, subject to the Democratic I ." '
t ray a large one and that if he is not the idle negroes there. Hardly a day aliens hailing from Bahama Islands. : but it has been violated repeatedly .The enactment of any- prohibitory Primary to be held May 15th, 1906. I am a candidate for memDer '>! .

I' .going to pay at all, the best thing passes that some outrageous crime is While considerable number are Intelligent by the fishermen, and no laws as have been suggested, would C. L SHIXBL House of Representatives from r.

: that can be done Is to stop his paper. not reported. A: policeman was killed and honorable.a certain proportion punishment has been imposed In any only result in tbs transference of the'divers' !'j S cambia County, subject to th- .'
_Saturday_ night-while In dis- are Ignorant and the month case. The of the For Tax cratic Primary. I earnestlythe -
Qtheewsape men'are'afrald to V- product divers be- ,vessels under the protectionj4heiban. Collector. xty
Lh1i-dutj j or .. of of 'I>
: 1t. one: .the many are.not.arit1c1sin.pb. ] support of the voters
ing taken
from deeper! waters-js'much'' government when the .
] ',I-hereby :announce my.seif a candi* ., JERBZ, SIU-UY... J4ic.

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In ,,
I Moulds Johnie Harrison L Located by Deputy .

Sanders. Who -Wired and ,,{ b. .
Furnished in any quantityand I

flavor for banquets, Caused, TALrs'S.'S.'S.V'V., j;;.: You Are Invited to. e

dinners .or,.entertainmentsof V ,
Johnnie I,' "- J ;,-". ;t ,.".,. :'.;.;..'.,t "' ,, ."\-:.' .., ;}. .' ,J. '," l.J
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Jim Holly..also en'Uf' ; : \ '
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and,he will= \ ; '
Kandy Kitchen Cafe night county;for Sheriff. .'' -fii V 11 j E

with the,negro
104 S.PaIafox..Phone 999 day morning.As .

':If' '. he officers ran soon,, and as H.IV fin enln'

thecounty and
GRAND uty'Banders,.
the chase, and .

I Easter C. K.Monday of A. Hall Ball, mediately he the ternoon negro Marshal had negro be gone received Port wired in Gr i --,. ,, _. You Will Not Be Asked to Buy.. i iYou

I I, Benefit Knights of Columbia negro was under: ..

i Building Fund. Banlos Orchestra.i fight struck street Harrison in in last'a-the house and/ WCSIVrnPIY want to have the opportunity to show

RefreshmentsADMISSION two or three \

25c will would recover die, but, ,, : well-selected stock of
out of danger. : ; our Spring
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,' liii. 'FORBES[ IN bowels vent regularity mild If you easy without haven't. bel.1' : i Fine- Clothing. Hats and Shirts e I

druggist *Pr tb. :

THE \\ Underwear, Neckwear, Hosiery, Etc.9 Etc.

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Special l :: Every in Pensacola is invitedff !&
! : person .
Quincy. Mar. : _
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son entertained :: : .
purchases an Interest in the Busi. noon with;'a : ;-" :. and be .,< '. >'.., *:- 'f..,
:: /jf expected to fI
honor of Mrs, ; ,-' :. : present on ,
ness of Yarn Bros. & Williams, of -; -- .. ,-
sprays of purple : '

Company. feet son's decorating being guests:most the : IV'Tli-OLr; : day, Jri1V51'1.. t

Hal Forbes, of this city who, be- sonville; Mrs. -
fore the big fire on Palafox street Underhill, Mrs, : = A SO'uveni'r is here for that calls that
H. Curtis Mrs. ,. everyone on day.
"as head of the firm of Forbes Furniture -
Francis !
Philips .
Company, has embarked in a Mrs. A. T. : .
new business,' that of turpentine, and Mrs. H. A< J
judging from his talk he is better Mrs.'N H .
pleased with it than with, that of selling Mrs. nenUss, rlL J

household goods. ; Miss eral other-Underhill :
Mr. Forbes has purchased an interest dainty, supper)
in the turpentine business of the ,game.: The
Yarn Bros. & Co., who are sub-lesse3 cut 'glass bottle,
of state convicts and is now devoting M. Underhill l, g
all of his time to looking after of exquisite =
the business at the camp. The firm awarded to .
is to be reorganized shortly under Wilson. L yVQ W r r
the name of Star Turpentine Con- A very ;creel : ;
pany, and will have as stockholders '
Mrs,WiggSk of V'I:
tesides Mr. will Presley also C engage Dawkins.in the The manufacture company I I from :Tallahassee' I .- .'. _:_ '- : ',' -_ .:, .__ ___:,_ ._ '._ '_'-- __ ,_ ,__ _,:_ __ .-_ .- -t; -.- =. :--._ 1.'..'-' : =: =,::?: ,;: _-. r. :_ ?
tre on Friday !
of lumber, and M>: Dawkins will have were given to lh -
charge of the saw mill ana Mr.
ment Association.Mr. :
Forbes There of are the turpentine now twenty-seven camp. convicts and Mrs.A .ll MiMi MtMiMi o& t iJliMft J J}
ed with a SPRINGS .
at the camp and Mr Forbes l"J.
lays that the inspectors state it is ing in honor. of- 'f;
one of the best conducted camps in Jacksonville. ] N. Il'J
the state. Miss Angy
Many improvements are beng! Wis., is the c ; I, Special to The Journal. .
UnderhilL. rain has ceased and we .are
made at the camp for the convenience : Hazel I _
of the guards as: well as comfort Mr. and ,Mrs.'- ;: : winter time again. I _
of the prisoners. ed the Whist ', a crowd went to DeFunlal 1);
life. place, and Nora last Satur! .;: MEN'S EAR I
ilrs. Sweeney the number were'Misses I
who has been f and Ola McCaskill: .Kste I
COMING TO PENSACOLA few weeks of Rev. Moreley, ot :Nor; j
Owing to the efforts of several left on Saturday Ponie Davis, Kate 'f'ayJor.Bit& I .

music has lovers been in arranged the city an with engagement ilr.:- as Sweeney Charleston was-.' : Mary, Mr.Lee Richard and Annie Rath'well.CaIn' I We call! your attention to the fact that we have one of the largest I

Julian Walker of New York City derhill. ., Kimmons the la ier two old I
classed a$ one of the finest barytone Qlr. W. M.. C : .' ,All report a fine time.;} and best selected, stocks of Men's Shoes Hosiery Shirts Underwearand E
lingers in America to appear before I day from New. Bessie Taylor returned Sun I ,
the Pensacola public during the first' accompanied by from Foshee.-:AJa.a tey .
week in May. I't Mr. E. A: : ; a week with her fattier. 'and, Neckwear to be .found in the CIty.
Mr. Walker will be on his annual hill J. C. Van :
?outhern tour during the month of R. P. Coleman Florence Fill".ngim.: is.'hQm IL.
May,appearing in New Orleans In song, the Apalachicola spending a few days pleas,_. : ', !
recital about the first and coming' were visitors in : friends at Atmore:- :-
directly from that city to Pensacola. were pleasantly Irma Davis is visiting; in' :.Pen. Shoes. Clothing. ',-- ;r; Underwear.
As Mr. Walker has appeared!\ before day evening at V
the people In the largest cities of the Mrs. J. S. s. : and Mrs. Joe McCasklj and
rated States and Canada during this expected to : and Mr James McDajfd.of\ ( : We are exclusive agents for the 'Schloss Bros/ line of( high-grade Soft finished Balbriggans at 50o
season, with the success which his day from an : spent Sunday with Mrs. ; following well-known lines Ralston's Elegant Combed Egyptian Balbriggas, I
tbility warrants, a rare treat Is expected Mr. and Mrs. } n Clothes made to measure at '
from him here. side at the Long familiarly known as Health Shoe.which we can show you Gossamer Weight Nainsooks and I
Most disfiguring skin eruptions Mr. R. Susie" continues qulfe.ill."and i in. many' styles and leathers This $15 00. $17.50, l Egyptian Crepes at $100 per suit f&
Pimples, rashes etc., are due to Impure ed in letting but little hope of her recov: Fine Lisle Thread Balbriggan in
shoe has advantage overall
blood. Burdock Blood Bitters Is ing the material n special $21,00, S27.CO, II
a cleansing blood tonic. Makes you large tobacco p ; ns',-of Atmore, was a'--visito, --"? e ; other- shoes; which we_ will :be i pure white and gossamer weight at
rear: clear-skin- will be located town Thursday.. x' in the nd rotHeftfabrics I,
e& -eyed cloar-ibrained, street. Gilmore, of PensacQljs Vis! pleased to explain to you. .., M utj, ne weft 52 per suit, ,i
niece, Mrs. Ed MqCaskjft at The Crawford Shoe in many leath'ers .and the swellest styles for : .Gossamer weight WOOL Shirts
z-::: -d s summer. and Drawers 52 suit. !
MIssVNellie Brewtori,-bag'been and all the new end popular lasts, s at per '

sick last for several 'days, but' a strictly high/grade shoe for $3,50_ .I J
I Without and almost Mrs.well.Dan McDav d: of Mfr and 54. Bimeta'lic Shirts; Neckwear.The
$2,50 I ; .
are now with their -daughter, James Means, the best and 'IE
R. Stanton, having r old t1,elf ; $3 Shoe made,in America. ; rBI I
You are badly handicapped inV ii{ .home at McDatid., 'They 'st fitmq;, best w arinO'. best' Nobbiest, the Newest, the
lXT, ., is almost impossible. Why not uil : locatng.here.: We.',wex ..looking Shirt made for, One Dollar.' .
ST n} ga en the entire system by using in our community1. : Nattiest, from the narrowest string !
t X !backed by over 50 years' of.cure? Etta Taylor came hosia"un: aajt Is.
depended on in your case. where she hag been .vf.s:: Hosiery. ; Sf' tf"r to the big English Four/in'Hand, 25 j
some time. Hot min? ; .. 50 75c and $1.00 if:'
b k H OT here ,are. glad to have" 1\ef-- ... Our Summer line and of styles '

,STOMACH BI them.Evans, of Atmore,. Was,there" and :prices to suit! everybody.,;::no the 50c Shirt L, want: every man in the city to I
reserved 'caU.and. see us before purchasing his 119
how may'
l gay or you **"
Is the medicine needed by eVer Will Dawson to Pine Bar. matter .
went .1 1 for spring and summer
i man and the' sooner it Is Obtained; ursday to visit her sister! ,_Mrs,.: be. ; excellence- .. .....;.-. sjupply ;
omach. Liver Kidney or Bowelaj 'd" f .. -, .. +
pear. Start today. .It always ::c : F< MoDavid, of McDavid was.,[ '-" -- T '-
Dyspepsia, Indigestion Poorpp here Wednesday. t ,
Headache Cramps Nausea, Colds' Etta and Bessie Taylor a.N tsoi Pas ker ;&. R I
+ Fever and Ague. a party at Century TJjursdayJ! r Wa .
7 Xm't ,accept anything but '_ i l ._ ".', .
your health. Genuine has over ', J. Cowart visited hissonJn.: !
neck : Tom Wednesday Bontwell, and. cliildr1.1 11[. 't n :' on 7ct 0:'

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'Mt It Is Easy to Get it Out BARGAINS. HOME OF YOUR OWN. HQOf: -':.-ON & WATSON.

I $1,500.00 Merchants and others : .4 room cottage, B. LaRua almost ..- ': Cuccessors_ to ThOs. C. Watson 6 C3.

change of newt420 cash $15 /per month.$1100

T. If you. have money f* 'a bank. -But' if you. have i your district.4 lots on. This North is HIH only,. Jn half the what residence most! considering location should see 6" room' cottage, E- Jackson street, Leading Real stile( Rental and Insurance Agency

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offer $1600
money in real estate well, located it cannot be. frittered lots in. this neigh'borhoOd'are' ..sepin'bfor. what we have to $250 rash $20 per ....
on Little 'i
Bayou near _
street We room cottage
on the new : ]
:. in careless spending here and there but : i .
:L away .- catt-now contract to car Jine,''fine for summer .....$1500 "

It : $4,000.00 ./ furnish a store office : 8' room cottage at Usherville fronting List Desirable for

> Busness: corner. 2 blocks west,of Pal- or building! 'to suit -fte" tay.. .. .. ; .. .... .$1800 : Properly Sale
afox lot 49 by' 120 leased at $420 your specIal requirements "*, 12: room, 2' story residence Guilleimarde t. ; t. .. : *.
Will Increase in Valueevery This will'' mor3than lease or, sal?; lear 'Jackson street? splendid i .
per year. pay $12,500.00A-BH( k :
iA 8. per .cent. or the land only for for boarding house or home. .$3159 building- South Pal.afoxr street lot extending back
immediate: improvement I '''Houseand'lot South Spring street to bay, ehfs at $1200 per annum. ,
A $4,500.00Property on lines subject near:'Romana, good to' !buy and hold
"year. If improved: it will! tiring in a: good ncrthwest corner Baylen and to our approval. Also '.$4000. $10,500.09r-Two:.. ,, .". -brick. buiilding. centrally located.

4 rate of interest while the growth in value is, "like Wright streets,. renting for $540 per have\. an.'ideal site'for Quarter' of:'.the best residence tlockomNoTth $5,250.0M-Two, ( : 'story brick building, East Government street Rents

f getting' money from home We invite- you to sour year. This pays ten pert cent -now, large hotel. i -- ,:HIlL-.1'J ts-.. .. -. .$50QO at. $540... per:'a 1 num$3,700.0Dealrablejoith. '

list of properties or'write. us about this investment and in a few yearswill be 'business :, 40d70 'opposite opera house.$60001! .. '., ,
property. WillBe As We h&ve about $10,000 in special: : front corner lot North Hill, near car line
i. question.Pensacola funds. : t ':. ,
NOW IS THE TIME'TO' BUY' REAL ;: belonging to different clients '
i > that we would. like to loi a upon 'good "
ESTATE. $3,600.00r-4() slrif la 'and double tenement houses
security. new on corner, oa
:real estate
*;1 iiL' Good as Pal fox.< ,. car Jlne,. Splendid renting property bringing $456 per annum
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LESLIE $3,500.0rAt( this figure for a short time 25 lots fronting on Palafoi
Investment Company : and Ba'ylen' streets. A good Investment
Fisher ''l S.: BROWN & CO.
204i/2 S. Palafox St., Building.. :'
$3O00.O0--A. deslraole! one. story 6 room dwelling 80x144 on car line
A. If. City Manager. MdllavidHyerCompany .,J itreet
Phone 462. 'lllesen-BuIldIng. West" Gregory,"

: W. H. KNOWLES, President. R. B. SIMPSON, Secretary. would be to have inquiries, and show the
New York We pleased above, ana
k54 j. L SI1LLMAN, V..Prej. and Gen. Manager. SNOWIES ,flu, Treasurer. IIELPWANTED Life Agents Insurance Company. "WE SEIL LOTS"1111BIGCOLtL I other desirable proper.ty:in our agency. If you have property to SELL

M') Rael Estate, loans,'General Investments ... 8 E. Government Street: funds to Joan, houses to'rent, or desire insurance, we would be pleased .
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-- :;. to have you consult us.;
215 South Palafox, Street. Pensacola" Florida. MEN EVERYiWHERE--$4.00: : 'd il Phone 700. pens cola, Fla. '. !' .
f Itt pass circulars, tack signs-No canvassing ,...,.,- < h' .
steady. Continental. Distributing ,. ,", : ':. .
Service Chicago.: It*: r- "STRIKE ON S '.' ,. .' '- ..
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AGENTS Write for new catalogue .. : ,
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: YOUR DREAM OF 'A BEAUTIFUL forty quick-selling, high-grade 1 The greatest demand ever' known

household1' and toilet specialties. Lel- for 6. 7 .arid 8 room modern houses. PHONE .54. 34 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.

HOME' CAN NOW BE REALIZEDThis fler Mfg. Co., Box 1489 New lAprilli York. Landlord, why not build ,them. I can
rent or sell such houses; give me a -- -
$200,000.00 deals and up; also farms -
cozy and attractive little cottage situated ,on East Cervantes I list and try'.me. ,
TRAVELING SALESMEN! Wanted to and property'for'investment or =-
f street between 11th and 12th avenues has 5 rooms. and hall nicely city ** SPECIAL 'BARGAIN
J I furnished, nicely papered new and modern, city'waternext! to schoolhouse sell grocers. Permanent position.State saw mill and turpentine locations! A, good paying turpentine business SEETHIS! Money to Loan.

I two blocks from car line lot 80x137% feet south 'front overlooks ''Present occupation Los. Angeles,and Cider salary Co., ex St gn! pine, timber, cypress, hardwoods, for $30,000.- ,'. --.- V WiA%i-u-un_ ,. -.-.*?-, --- J ,

ha J the bay an excellent neighborhood.' For: immed'ate: sale! $1650 Louis pected., Mo.. : its stock. farms: etc.' Saw mill and turpentine '. 40,acre improved- farm 8 miles from Lot 50x125 Wf Roroana St., near $10,000 TO LOAN at Current rates ol

iv'L r land a specialty. Call on ,:us Pensacola I worth $1200'can sell at Palaf
f FOR SALE-The southwest .ori uarter of. block 228 New City WANTED Men to learn :baJ1ber trade. or address Box 115, DeFunlak Springs, $600.. Lot "40x110: S. Spring, near R mana Company. Aprli,-, .vi

?it on the northeast corner of 12th avenue and.. 15th stre L This would 10 positions for every graduate.. Top Fla. -' ",. .f :. .-..* ..;._ _. .....*-...$'OOO MONEY TO ...
make an ideal site for a. home. It Is surrounded by attractive and wa'ges pa.'d. Few weeks completes :. --- Lot.60xl25W.. ,Government. {2 story LOAN-EverybodY bT-:

beautiful homes only one block from 'car and on hard road. For Course include? tools and diplomas. building).... ,.,. ....., "* ,... ..- <. .$18JO/ rows money from Jno. A. Hall 4

:RL a few days only at. .. .... .... ..'. .,.. .. .. ,. .... .$1500 I Can 'nearly earn expenses if,desired. TURNER &AYMARD : H. T. CRAWFORD 20 acres' under fence, half in pecan in Co.need, 16 E.call Government' street. When
on us.
Paiafox Catalogue mailed free.Moler'\ Barber trees, 6 room hoifee, stables' ,and other Sfeblm
10 lots on North street an for !
opportunity big
ex.cell -1
New Orleans La.. Iapr6t* 315i/2,:South Paiafox StreetMiscellaneous houses, 1 mile from Milton Fla., all
profit ,quick. If sold within the next few daysV. .. .'. ..$2250.00 College 7 ;
Real Estate and for-.. ..... ... r.. ".f. 't' ... .. .$15011 MONEY LOANED on all kinds of per
L W.ANDID-Col1ector. One acquaint Any of prppertyon a half cash ponal property on short notice

A FREE SHOW I ed with city. Aplly M Mercantile Mfg. ,Abstract Company, \ : basis, the balance.. on :time. with low Terms Romana.easy.Phone J. B.11,5 Gray & Co., 2 W

: Co., 315% iSL Paiafox St,, lapr r Sawmill and Turpentine Land a Spec- --nwu _-w--u'.J, rate..of interest.. "' : lieb

We will at any time show you large and attractive list of property I clalty. CUT FLOWERS-Orde promptly MONEY TO LOAN.-On real estate or
t.4 which imbraces large and beautiful residences, with all modern WANTED. woman to do general filled for roses carnations flowers WANTE'pr'A other sufficient security by .VPI''

conveniences as- well as small tenement houses' that will net an--Investor house street.work. Apply 227. E. Intendencia laprtt*-,!P,0BQiH5.D6Faniik I Springs s. Florli! and designs of all kinds.' Miss Bertie lot not couth-of :Int ndencla nor ing to Thos. Pebley, cor. Palafor JDJ

U.4 from 10 to 12 per cent. pr annum.. Also blocks'and' lots in !: Smith 616 .N'.-:N.Barcelona.. Phone 651., north of Gregory west of Coyle nor Romana. up stairs. llmn-m.
every section of the cty.: -
i GIRiL/ WAiTED to work. Apply east of' Bayl n40 foot frontage witha TO LEND-On
MAXENT TRACT property now on 'sale. Some nice lots at Wanted MONEY good real e*
t Flsherville to offer. '!Pensacola Tea Store. laprltWANT.E' _w -- TAlLO RlNQ.-B. L. Diamond. Tailor. depth no'. .:kss. ,than.:100, feetIMS' tate security or on good collateral

,. ----a.1esmen of ability and G l1ta' clothing cleaned, pressed and : at lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks
M'ercaats ,
'w ANTED.-Th. Transfer
repaired on. short oUc!. No.- 11% PEBLEY Fisher building. lijas
: neat appearance tp call on all :merchants 'Co. wants you n "Dg'a bauUn ,
in their territory, ;. elegant sideline All breakage guaranteed T.- B. Taor- West Government St., Pensacola, Fla.Idee :
ESTATE AGENCY .Paiafox, and Romana Sts. Po
convenient prompt to carry remittaate.; good ,commissions Bel- sen. Pre,. Phone 978. ISjunelm. Phone No.. 559, sonal property on short notica

t 206 South Pa'afox Street '. Phone. 87. mont Mfg.; Co.,,Cincinnati: ,! O.' It* WANTED-To:ver, broken .up buy, stuff old regardless gold and iiI-of' '7.:, Paiafox'H. PORTER steeL, Mllmaker Orders, 716 taken South, forte .. .. 28 Terms% South easy.Palafox J. W. St.Bullard, Phone, upstair 11446nrt.

a: ;: = : =::; ':" =:=: :=& : ;:: / :
WANTED-Good pay for' earnest sizes., Cash paid. Llghtman & Klein, ta. awnings camp stools and house
------- -- NOW -
Wright Phone 117. fcots.:,etc, Prices reasonable. BUY A HOME
106 E. Sljan.SHI .
2.1, ; : ;:;=: = : ::::;:;;: : ::;:,,;:3; L :,.:::: ;:3-c:"=" =,:'=:.;,;:;,;:::::83:;'=.:_::;::.: : ;_;;::::;:,_;;;;: _: workers everywhere" distributing\ UNLIMITED amount or money to man:
tt -- clruclars samples and, advertising on all kinds of personal property.
1 matter. No canvassing.opeM- WANTED.-A. Il Bingham wants ? CHANDLERS-McKinzIe Oert--
I' Special rates to business me on lartg:;
tive Advertising Co.. New Yorl It* your moving and hauling.: He guArantees .'" : ing i &; Co.. wholesale and retail shipchandlers INVEST IN leans. Tie New York Loan Co., 20

: all breakage.. Phone" 630. and, grocers, only first-class South Palafox.
t HOTEL SITE WANTED-Reliable cook. Aipply 712 house of kind in city. Fair prices to all.
I N. Barcelona St. 'SOmarSt I will tune and repair your piano and SUBURBAN PROPERTYPut
cheap any 'one
organ as as ; guara -'
< tee best and ""neatest wo k. Prompt Fine stationery$ wedding invitations, FOR RENTA.
WANTED first-class dining room !Idle" i in good real
visiting! cards cards your money .
tally etc Celia
attention and satisfaction. Phone
802 .
woman. None but experienced person estate bargains* ,nd wait for results.
3!. Robinson; representing The Chas.H .
4 rings.. J. Conrad Scott. Smarlm R. BINGHAM has storage room for
need Miss LiUie E.
apply. ,Taylor -. ; -Elliott .Company of Philadelphia.Smarlm. _Five room cottage rents .$8.00 per
[ 18 W. Jackson. 30marWANTED. WANTED.-The public to know that month Ea4Gregoy's-.*. ..,. .' ..$700 goods rent,, 104 suitable and for 106 furniture South Tarragona or other

%old newspapers can be bought at Nice home on.:North Hayne. .$1800
The best situation in the city for a .- Cook, white or colored t'hls'omc for,five tents a bundle.-They 1 live' in .Pensacola, corner 11thstreet Six room : ottiie.With five lots N. St Phone 630 SOncr

tourist hotel, 130 feet fronting south male or female, with experience at ire all clean and vnice.WANTED. and lth'avenue }In New City, Davis. A ..bargain' ,:. '.:. '. .$1750 .
t : boarding house. Apply. 105 ,E. Inten- and will take care of ,your ,Piano by Five .roonr cottage N Eigth ave. on I
by 172 feet deep on East Government dencla St. 27marlw* .-Electric work of thkd. the.year: at a low figure. Ref elt, easy'terms, ,good location.. ....$1200Three For Sale.

AGENTS WANTm'- per1enc Let us clean your fans, reair our tune, clean out, etc. Phone 802, 2 lots corner 'Gadsdeh St. and' w-- -' -

street overlooking Seville_ square i_ not necessary; pays'for-sickness ac- dynamo do jour wiring, etc. PaL' rings. ,J.. Conrad Scott Smarlm car line; most. beautiful site on East I :FOR SALE-Elegant Lester plWa: ,

and Adams street c'.dent and death. Address the ,Fraternal 570. Pensacola: Electric Co.. 205 S. : mil .. ; -ti.h.; ... ;.. .. .$950 (Like new. Cheap for cash ;, '0
Bankers of America i St Louis Baylen. EGGS FOR HATCHING. Lot 80x130 E. GoverIlIIent.! ,.$850 E. Cervantes St. lApnn' *

*: Pensacola bay, $10,000 will ,buy the Mo. 25mar4t NEW UPRIGHT PIANO to exchange From my prize pens'of S. C. Rhode -
: Isalnd Reds .and S. C., Brown Leg FOR SALE-A first-class cigar and
:'i property.'I. WE.LEARN you to make mirrors at for lot on East' .H11L Address' P. horns, finest pens in the south, $I ,to$1.50periett1ug c. R.: 'V? GER stationery store, pool room conn'ed -

,I. ., home. Full guaranteed formula $5. O. Box 207. 30njar of 13; or $6 per 100; in the rear. Paying business !.

i:. P. F. 'M.:.Co., Box 47%,. Fen acola. Fla. WANTED-We want your orders for also agent for the famous Banta Incubators No. 202.ThetenBuilding.! ,__->' _, Phone, 686 established and centrally locates '3

( l3marlm'WANTEDFirst 1907 Art Calendars. Over 300 original arid Brooders.: .Drop me a Palafox street, opposite the new Brest(

"\, ,' class laay; stenographer designs to select from. ,All card and I will call. E. L. McFadden, Board and Rooms building.! Apply 32 S. Palafox Si;
1. : Address in ProP.. ,Myrtle' Grove Poultry'Farm : 31mar.
: .own: handwritingwith prices. Mayes Printing Co., Pensacola. R.FvD. ... _
references, Once Work, Care 16fsb! ., No. Pensacola, Fla. 4
4 Journal 4mch. 7marlm FOR. RENT! :2. furnished 'or unfurnished :FOR SALE-Full blood white ttm'
A. V. CLUBBS. rooms'.two blocks from car dotte eggs Beacon of Boston Slra:11:

MATTRESSES, RENOVATED. New line. Terms fe&'SOna.ble.Apply 22 S. $2.50 setting of 15. Few verI'/"-

: WANTED HOTELS.THE tick ,furnished desired. ,All done Donaldson &t or ,P-uOfle. 1134. laprlw cockrels ready for the yard. Ad<*rpsl
:7 --- ----
.- U"" u .. 1. w in good order on short notice. Leave Chas. Murray DeFuniak Spr.ngs; Fi31marlm
: : : : : : :': = ::::; THE BROWN HOUSE-Airy room*, NEW1LY
. -- orders at 'Green & Watson. Phone ; very '
WANTED position Jn or out of good beds. Free baths and sample 193. 7mar reasonable. Apply 20 W. Romana -

4 Professional Directory town by young colored' man.havin'g room. $2 per day. Special' attentionto J St. laprlw LUMBER FOR SALE Seasons'W .': '

-. NEW .REJIL ESTATE LIST a good education and can do'most traveling men. J. R. Brown Prop.. MRS. H.. S. 'CHUNN will receive pupils : ted Co., Bonifay Fla. 31mdt-\ w'
anything. .Address 215 N. Rues St. .
DeFunlak Springs., Fla. .13marlm in shorthand at her residence, ROOMS CHEAP "' Furnished rooms on
THOS. PEBLEY, FOR 28marlw I',821' N Barcelona St., Terms, $5.00 a the hill, after ,April: location high FOR SALE.-A photographers' I.
LAW. 'REAL ESTATE. LOANS AND ,! WANTED-A partner in paying busi! CENTRAL Large and well lighted month in advance. 4mchlmo. and healthy. Close to. car line. Apply Cheap. Apply Fsher; FurnJfu.a
1 COLLECTIONS- ness.. Will bear investigating. I'' at 314 E.: Strong. Phone 1213. store 138 E. Intend ncia St ::illl.lT
1 Free sample room. Meala t
Six houses in West King Tract Small capital required.. Apply P. 0. attention :
hours. Special to traveling -
1 PHONE 55g. renting for, ,$30 per month .$2850 Box 753. 17roarl6t m n. $2.00 per day. J. M. Tug- I '.Clair AND leaves RETURN Palafox-The street launch wharf 9 Le- NICE FURNISHED- ROOIM'' for rent POTTERY WORKS for sale, on East
a. Hill, known as J. W. Kohler Pottery
Rouse in Wett End!: WANTED-Contributions for:; the Or. gle. Prop. ISmarJm ni. ,dally. Fare roun&" trip 25 cents. with privilege (bathad phone. ,
the machiner
.renting for 606'East Works together with
T G YATES M D. $10 per month; good neIgh. phans' Home. MQney, clothes eatables CHIPLEY: HOTEL-Carl Setterllod, .Special rates to parties. Pavilion Apply Gad.son St., or engine fixtures, bowls kiln, etc and
.. SOmarlw
phone 534.t
etc., received. Notify Mrs Wm. phone at?. C. H. Burton .. ,
borhood. i.-. .' ;. .. .. 11000 Prop. Special attention to comm'er.cial Manager. I I including fine bed pottery cia>. F'r'further '
OPTICIAN fisher president, or Mrs. N. McK. travelers. Free sample and bath mch4-lm NICE FURNISHBD- ROOMS for rent I', particulars address P. 0 Box

Five lots'on North Hill, if taken -. Oertin'g secretary. 4mar rooms. Large rooms with good beds. suitable' for' light$ housekeeping.I 103, City. m 'h25.

: 306 THJESDV BUILDING at once.', ',.$.3000I WANTED-The public to know that $2 per day. ISmarlm"SLw '. >IATtRESiS- Wholesale anj retail Privilege p1' .phoueand and bath. Apply -'
.. manufacturers and dealers in 810-B Gadsden-St FOR SALE-17 lots north roairoa3
or phone 896. i i29marl
we can do all kind, of repairingfloat BM-MBV M a M M H B MV*
Five loti fronting Toledo square BAY HOTEL.-Open night and daf. 'cotto i.- moss: and E.C.. mattresses St. Oood location for factor. DR C. E. BENNETT New City.. ;. ;.. ._ -. building. horse shoeing,. etc.' J. : : i *$
? jiooo G. Welsh Carriage Co. 27fe'bCOURT European plan."Rooms light: and [ :and batf springs. Second hand furniture .- building site. Also 8 lots Ltf
OSTEOPATH. On? block in New. City'on car clean. Transient trade ,solicited.i! .)bought and soi ld.. Upholstering FOR RENT"'Two,.nicely'" furnished. street. East of Stoddart place 'Cheapsold

line., ., .. ..... 1 HOUSE DYEING. Pressingand 575-579 S. Palafox. 3s& S. Nlcolio, :and repairing done. Old mattresses rooms at P. 'Stone 17 N. Palafox. It at once Jno. H. Kohier care
'WILL RE.oPEN OFFICES IN PEN. : .$4000 renovated} flew ticks furnished --- 71"
Cleaning Club, 21? N.DeV1l1ersSt. Prop. I: if desired. 29mar, Saunders Mill Co., phone
SACOLA APRIL 1stDR. Half 1, 1ock'hi ew'C1ty.on hard ., Mrs. T. J: Davis; Prop. Your patronage .. 114 E. Belmont St, ,city. ,. mch25.1w!%
t J road, overlooking Bayou Texar solicited; satisfaction; ..guaran i''Phone'771. Davis Mfe. Co., C. T. DaVis PLEASANT place' ,'to board' on North -

These are all first-class pieces$1500 of, teed. Careful attention given. ladies' LOST JIgt' Hill, 'on.). car line, -Address No. 8,- FOR 'STLE A nce: fat donkey ia.
.. '
garments. Phone 1222. Sfeb -su-uwrL.nr Jtr JSJWflSVp.SIJS'I'Horse t care Journal 27mar first class conditionPrice $
property 'and are gilt edge Invest. :_
U ROPKE has just opened a butcher Fisher Real Estate Agency 25mci.
ments. shoe stick pin set with ,
: / A."iTED.-HauIlng aid transfer: ROOMS fuR RENT-furnjshed'
top and grocery store corner Davis or unfurnished
wok: Office phone 363; residence chip, diamonds Lost Thursday Mrs. Robinson set,
and Brainard Sts. Your patronage M., '. 600 FOR SALE.-Parlor and bedroom
390. Acosta & White/, 2.28 N. night at the opera house. Reward. Return "'
phone: solicited. Satisfaction guaran- E. Gadsden St! : '24ma'rlm chairs, dresser tables! ice box. r-
D. HALE WILSON 6 CO. Tarragona: St. rf > 25mar. to 313 W. Romana.. 30marlw teed." Phone 915. Imarlm NICE, comfortable. furnished room frigerator stove and hat rack. Appt*;

LOST STRAYEDORS'TOLENWbiteFrench situated to 517 E. Zarra'gossa 2 marl'
SECOND HAND CLOTHING WANTED pleasantly pne block from .
REAL ESTATE -Highest price paid tor gent's poodle. (Disappeared. last CARRIAGES. repaired and repainted. bay on' car" :; line*' suitable for' house -' -- -
clothing only. Sell second hand 'feooda Saturday'eTenn! Answers to name : Floats built to order. Horse shoeing keeping. Cook stove or gaS,' or with-' FOR: SALE OR RENT-Two lighterS:
of "Major." Suitable reward for return '- a specialty. J. G. Welsh Carriage 501"$ one with capacity: for T5 thousand i-
Dress suits for rent 9 E. Intendene'WANTED. :.. ouf. ,Apply Government. St.
RENTS. AND LOANS to this office. 29mar.: C6.; 27feb lumber the other thirty thousand ca
24marl2. .. .. ..._ : : tViS
.-All kinds ;>t electrical '- -j pacity. Rates reasonable. Also
30 S. ,PtUfox st. work. I sell all kind of electrical LOST! -Saturday evening gold rim ., WANTED-rA fw': i>Tmrders at 212' W.. skiff beats for sale cheap 22 ft. lOll?;.

phone batteries and other electrical.uppUes. med eye glasses in UndenstrutH Business Opportunity Gregory.. !r1e w ionise: food neigh.: 5 ft. beams. Telephone or write j 1 .;**

.J. M. MOCK 234. When you need me ring 345, or 955.E. case. Reward for return' to this of- ', ... ... )bgrhood and on ea( Hue. -Itmarlm Chaffln & Co.. Milton.; Fla.-J
-1-_ I W. Peake. new Star, Laundry build fice. 28 mar; :- f ; I I
". ., .tD-ResponsthIe! man to man- NICE FflISHEROOMS. for rent.
Garden. 15dec.WANTED. and passenger
ing. E. '"-- FOR SALE-Freight
Dental Surgeon.Crown HACMO.: 16 .' -gebranch office and distributing depot Newly furnUhett; two
; p.
.-Real EsUte for sale or Found (oiI large coffee and, spice ,company near post ft1eK .;Apply at128% E.GovernmeatT8treetrMr gurtha gas eng'nes! ; letfgth 66 ft.,
and Bridge Work a Specialty. Ready' at jUl hours to answer calls rent, lease exchange. Your busIness r---w- LJnjj --. owning its own mills; salary $200 Painless. Extracting of Teeth. to any P& '\' of city. First class ia i respectfully solicited.' J. A. Wilson -FOUND-One yellow and white cow pionthly. and comm'.ssiODB-; refrences 7janlm. i ,* '. II ember 1905. Powerful tow boat Tonnage !

28/2'! S. Paiafox 8t every reapect Fast and gentle horses Real Estate Agent,22%'W. Go no mark has bell marked "S." Ad. and investment of $1,000 required. Ad- ; newspapers' .(Cv .cents & bundle, 42. Delivered anywhere :'

7 .and 9 Old Armory Building.. an4 .polite, drivers' 'Phone No is;. ernment atreet, Room Salisbury dress ChaS: F. Gonzalez Bohemia, dress"'Manager, 18 River St.. Chicago. at this"office.* They, .ate'aU clean! state' Price 5750. Waite J
th 1077. George' K,.'F ulk, Phone 171. :
Phone i : building. 23Jaa Fla. SflmarlSt*. its and nice. '.. I II Rowley. Miami. Fla. ZOrndrli

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For Sale Flo'rida.and : 'i1.J
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r.-\-'La R\-cottage{ -FOR with Hill SALE-SO large on railroad louse acres, barns; all, located tenced, outs : : i JADSLEY6 COMPANY | MARKETS J 1K l L LABEL[ ll 1SA H1WPJJivv i

III Creek runs through thehou and. Dealers ,la Naval Stores.
etc Savannah, Ga.. Mar. 31. The. naval
LUMBER friend
or 5 springs are also on 8AWEDCYRESS SHINGLES '
and 4 1
l lana laod. Plenty shade trees and apnP"dch AND. KILN-DRIED. SAP. I I : stores market closed today as follows: A BUSINESS[
the trees.GQo' "" .. COMMISSION BROKERS : WW...5 60 I toalimen. -
and -
plum '
pIe. pecan, 1'-- ., ; I. WG.... ._ .' ..5 45 _
have a lot of fine breeilCbdeus. .
'd i soil, also N.- ,.5 30M 'I Adrinkthatmeans
ducks hogs goats pea FOR SALE i 1.1 -II WEST INTENDENCU STREET, PENSACOLA FU. .* .. ....5 25
pigeons geese and turkeys of .p ; K .
(1\\"J&( & Reasonfor selling Is that 1 i .4 70 "mlOR[ 'S newvim,
'1nd: 1 "
aU" no one to manage place. A greatfLD BARGAIN LtST 'PIANOS. 'j : Private -Wires. H. Y. N. 0. and Chicago.COnONSTOCKSGRAINPROVISIONSandBONDS. H...... '....' ,. .4 4 20 35 -: vigorand COURAGE. S
either as an investment or Lester Piano. mahogany fine f' '
: ordetf i G.* .. bo..:>. .s 90
;for!:=party looking for .a.good farm on was $350, price, now .J275 used on$ .I P.. ,. .\ .,..3 85 Keeps alive a

uhich '0 make money. Everything a few months. $10 cash- balance $| i : | E. ,:I...:..3 .85 : The business man professionalman
and just as represented. No per month. :*. D... .. .s..e .3 85 candidate for office fraternal the fire of youth S

\\meorcallon\V.. H. Morgan,. Irving, handsome 'case,. was. ,?30'p S C. .'... .. .' :, ,.. .3 85 'society, efc, cannot afford to have
cnt loU, Pensa-ola, for further iiarticSlmar now 5215' ; very little used. Terms fio": Bought and S &on Margin or for Investment Spirits. Turpentine 66% cents. anything but the best printing done | Makes old men feel young]

u1ar.' cash $6 per month. .' on: his stationery. Offices that use

of land half Clutter ,large.handsome mahogany. i Reference First National' AUSLEY & CO.'S REPORTS the Union Label should patronised; A pure.highgrade ,
R'S.LEacres : Peoples Banks Phone 73 < >
f |
case; was f 400 now $335. A bargain! to obtain the best printing.
northwest 70 acres article.
mP!' irom land, city sub,soil clay; 25;; % under Terms $15 cash, $& per month. I +++*++..+++ ..+++.++.++.++".+++.++.+.+....+..++++. Liverpool, : Cotton Market. j S Union (printers are. paid good

Suvation; clay sub soil Dr. T. ,A.. Mshlin, high grade mahogany; ; was. n.-FeV.S S..................................011)1....5.118Feh. sags .lor Knowing" hoW. to "do goal Enormously popular.
St. $450 now $390; rented only few, .- .5.89 work. If you are po careful .business

LaF31, 519 Guillemarde months; $20 cash, $10 per month. Mar.-April......?..,. :'ran and believe In redpr city'that -
30Inar2w* _,_ Sterling; ebony .ca.se..was $350 now I April-May ...... I i is to patronize that'class of working S ALL GOOD DEALERS S
fOR SALBCh ice Pekin duck eggs $120, $10 cash $6 per month. 'J May-Jon.........*........6.91/ people that make good 'wages, in return '
per dozen. Single mibroivfl ) Clutter, large size, mahogany ; Juue- OT .......... for which you get high-class SELL ITMcMillan _
$150 Leghorn eggs $1.00 per setting.B used seven months, was $400 casej now ,.- uiU8\ ......... ;. :..91Ang I'I'Jul i cash patronage for your trade, your I

the 'same '5.00 per hundred $275; $10 cash $S per month. st-8eptember :...'......., .SSISeptcmberOctober / professional services, etc, you will I
P rocks in Pensacola. 3 trios Kimball, walnut' ......'::.......... 5.74 .:want to see this class of workmen I
case, was $375'used .
October-November ...... -i
two .5ft3 prosperous, and' you can help to have: _
ducks at $ .OO a trio. Plain directions years, now $185 S10 cash, balance 5, _

of given upon request to raise poultry $7 per month. ::: j SS NovemberDecember..5.67DeoenerJ&nuary ..:...... ........... ....567Iiirerpool them that employ so by :Union patronizing Labor.those plaus: _
in city lots successfully. F. N. All of the above are upright pianos Spots 607. !The'wellpaid workmen..Jt are the :
Warrington Fla. and we guarantee them. "
Howell Box 36, ; We have 16 sinews to business of good

30mar2w _ _ square pianos from $15 to, $45.. 50c,'. New York Cotton Market. I citizenship your to the community Don't Bros. Co
pciweek good for .
; practice.CLUTTER
FOR SAtE-'My lodging house for Open High Low Oose : be 'a party to reverse this fact.

fa:> Fourteen rooms newly fur- MUSIC HOUSE April 11 Ol3'Nay Good stationery, well printed,.
nshed! throughout. It is on a good _, Pensacola Fla. .. 1!.25 11.26 1115 11.16 fchows good business methods. Union '
basis and centrally located; bt' July 1LU 11.15 1107 11.0r offices only can fulfill .yur every
paying ; FOR SALE-1QO'Barrels August 10.90 lie 1096 10.91-92 desire id this' respect.
]iu "blocks from postoffice; part cash. Black Paintin October:.'.'.'........ f
10.47 1.48/ lU.40
offices In (Pensaeola ,
128 one barrel Jots. or carloads made'. The Union are:
M. Trainer
Apply to Mrs. B. % ,, December........., 1i.4 10.50 10.42 :
E. Government St. :3omariSiGOOd expressly for painting metal, 'shingle; Hew York Spots! 11.65 10'4G-41// Jno. W. Burrow, Job Office.
: and iron .roofs. ; Iron. '&rs.'':::jmok.e, Kew Orleans Spota lltf. H. S. White, !Job Office.
turpentine place, stacks structural iron .\\:or.s4ip Wheat.Open The Mayes Printing Co., Job Office.
convenient transportation for sche bottom, ,etc. For prices samples, etc., S The Pensacola Journal, Newspaper.Now MOBILE. ALABAMA.
High Low. Close
dale and full particulars apply' la H.. write to The Alcatraz Co.* Richmond,: T .'May_...... 7T& % 77 77July. ; don't forget this list of

T Crawford. _23ma.r.FOR Va., lap.r8-15-22.. *i ... ....... ...77} 77% i Jtgf 77i S. Union ofices-don't forget to inquire :

SALE Household goods' bed {; [' Corn. I I for the' Union Label-don't forget' cour"b AFES; !t SAFES I SAFES! SAFES I IBuy
clothinj, linen and dishes Apply Open High Low Clow I II interests by' having your't
621 E. Government St. 25inarlm* Sold 'I May..u* '. U& 44 .. 4! stationery printed by "scab" concerns : L'lebold .Safes.
Florida 1905
9yer 15,000,000 in
J .17:___. ....ti .44% 4434: 44% who CANT GIVE YOU THE
SALE-40 acre farm, 10 acres In
FOR 2miles south of Chipley on B. STEAMER CAPT.' FRITZ, J. Jfc.Rofgiers Frank fieilly Agent; Pensacola Florida New York Stock Market |BEST --work on account of not being; Scarritt. Moreno Agent S
pecans; I t able to procure THE BEST workmen.Don't .' ,
R. also 120 20 master. Passengers ana 1 I S Open Close '
St A. R. acres -
C. & ; Freight service between Pensacola l Southern P a*flo.............. Cojg 68 DENY THE RIGHT- of organIzed .5-
acres improved. 2% miles from town. and Freeport Fla. At Baylen __ : : S. ___ : Copper ....................- lOSJi 109V4 men to obtain the RIGHT t ,,
Address J. B. Hogeboom Aycock, Fla. street A. 8.R......................;.. 141 141 WAGES for their work on the same
marlm wharf Wednesdays. Tourists and _-:---------: .1 Atich -....................... 8ii 94 irinciple that you ask RIGHT Wash Dirt SS

FOR SALE-Ten new and second others Choctawhatchle desiring see Bay places and of Intereston A.B .....-.....................;.159 159J,' PRICES for yourgood or. your ser'
Santa : B.B l'.u...... .- .
hand office safes .different 87K 88% vices. S
second Rosa Sound should make this trIne ........... .... .. '
B.A 0 "!!; lli .111 Give your job work. and advertising Some laundries not
sizes, best makes at bargain prices. Special rates for parties of ,ten' or S Time Flies Fast! Erie...:......................... 44% 44 only to those offices named above wash the dirt out of only
Scarritt Moreno, office East Govern- more. For rates or' 'other Information : O.r.I p.................. .... ee wy.U. a
ment St_'24marFOR apply on. board. or address. F.- 0.: ... 8........................... 40?{ 41 Pensacola Typographical Union No. shirt, but pretty nearly S
SALE OR RENT-New six room Box 692 Pensacola. Fla. "* ... U.S, preferred.............. 106% 1O74 293. ._ ___ wash the very life out of
I > i i- ii i. it We use an abundance
tousj: on East Hill In excellent. lo. ..2'. ....,. '. .-- --- ... .r._! ....',:, R.s.---L.& K...................... 1SOH150 8t5f 31 I Itching piles provoke profanity but ofSoftWater

cation on two J large lots; block and a ::.."; S -- .LeAd....................'.'..- 81 81% profanity won't cure them. Doan's

half from car line; cement basement' ARE YOU'flEADY : -nd'a: r.P................_.......;;. 95 95!, Ointment cures it'ChIng.Ileedng! or
beneath bath and, large sewer airy connections.rooms,: shower For ? -! ":;. S .few -Collars: in\O\ k ." ; .|\VC.......;............ ...... 51 61 protruding ,piles after year, ,ot gutter .

particulars! address House care Jour _. .: I, each week or month&bpn :athHrS Jp < CanPIO..I N.Y.; 0............-........;.,. 145 1724 144I ing. ",At:any drugstore.. and Soap

nal. 17mar Those cheap rates :expire 4'Eu7th, quite substantial sum. : I IS I P.O...........- ,.,;......,... 65 g4Ji -
to. California and'th Northwes't..Each > : 4 '. \T': '. B-D-Q.........f,.. ,....90.:. m 134J Let us call for your wash.

FOR SALE-Nice.at nve cents clean bundle.old newspapers This of.- 3rst an4 hId. Tuesday': !ickeis :. 5.,Fo5- place your money !"in 'the ; bank 8.P ........:."!i..:... .... ,. 177 119R. BARREN -ii
a ; | : ;
.I.........,r.,......_.....,.; '.RH.BE ::18 PINE
fee._.. __ _. ,\ are. allnosLglvenaway', to'*.*Texas, .: ''andpay your billsby check,adds ta ...................... ...,.....40JiT 40J The Star Steam
FOR SALE-My home corner 10 ave. Okiahbira; and tlhat" ;eetton. !! in .C.I.-M...._......... ,... 148Penna 149,
and Cervantes.., This ..is a bargain First ClaSS round' i-trin convention : . your business5standing .:the cofljmuriity .... ............;........ 13 { 13 Laundry.
'if sold soon. A. C. Binkley. rates to Cal'fornla: in':May and July. ; S in, which you live.:; It-savey(}u ... \jt' sT....:.;;*% -:+.-:....... Xuu :156ji Special to The Journal.
16 mar. .'. -. Through Pullman' :Tourist' Cars from!; S i Barren .and ..375.araen.SU Phon* 114.
< : :tim arid .too in the of ,, Pine Mar. 31f"Mr.:
Washington D. .Q.. :to".San Franciscovia worry, ,. payment I S Kentaeola. fir
S H H Mrs. Wm. Sweeting and Miss Mable
fOR SALE Eggs tram standard bred -' '
:Atlanta bills. ,* 'W'ITime { 1.'t G
Montgomery, Mobile and, I :
S -
S the
prize winning Barred Rocks fifteen .-,'. .had tha pleasure of enjoying:
New Orleans and Southern ; : :- 't }!. c
Pacific ,
S 'a- Sabbath at the beautiful) home of Mr.
{1.50 fifty $3. Also Ohio improved -
Chester; White Pigs, pedigreed. Mrs. (Sunset Route) and from St. Louis is. ori : ; ":* p:; .- i AmusementsLast :and :Mrs. Uohn Gibson They 'report '-
via Wabash and Union Pacific- y.'o
: "and, < ., having spent a most enjoyable day.
Lizzie B. Hughes Chipley, Kansas City., 55 ( The dinner table was well worth Nick's Buffet and
: S H'*H if HH We. have ithe best I
Tice'to .
se ,
China -S.'q! '. noting having a most beautiful center -
s. C. BROWN LSGHORN3-Kulp-. Japan and Hawaiian Islands.. -S .. o cdOF e5iei:- '. 5- iQht's-Play.r .1 I piece of violets artistically arranged -,Restaurant
Hughes Strains; egg record 240 per No trouble to' answer questions. ;{ by ner daughter :Miss Rosa.
pullet The farmer's and fancier's "Buster Brown,'! came to life last Mrs. 1>1. McMillan: was recently call
chicken. Eggs for hatching. An all J. p.; VAN RENSSELAER, FIRST NAIl I ONA.11ANKI night. He "was .a> lively piece of humanity ed to the bedside of her father, Dr is tIle only place of its

fertile guarantee. Prices: Pen No. G. W. ELY T.:P,-:A., General Agt.; ', at that. It all happened at Ford, of Pollaro1, Ala W .are glad Und In Peasacola, in factS

1, ?2, pens Nos. 2 and ,5 $1.50 for !S. 124-Peachtre3 St, PENSACOLA FLA. .. the opera house; and was witnesse-1 to note that the doctor Is improving' itla
Sunnyside Poultry Farm, DeFunlak Atlanta, Ga. at present.
by many, among whom were a large.
Springs, Fla. References-anyone in \T H.KSOWLES,Pres. w.K.HUB JR." V.-Pres.: and M CaaMer.* number of. children who had We are glad to welcome to our A Pride to
t tie city. ISmarlm I T. W. BREST and W N.ROBERTS Asst.Cashier already community the family of 'Mn: W. J. :
DIHICTOBS-P. 0. Brent W. A. Blovmt, W, H. Knowles, W.- K. Hyer, Jr., made his' acquaintance through the Williams who has secured the -position
FOR and residence D..Q. Brent ', comic supplement of the
SALE-Grocery store papers.
combined including. stock, densacoia t Sf.{ 'Andrews and Th.________ _- :Buster lg all wool and a yard wi U.I Mrs of, Perkins sawyer at who the has mill.been !very .

flitures, etc; nice home good water Gulf There; is nothing slow about him and I ill is Out again to the joy of her many cities cannot
'block'under Steamship Go. nothing dulL He makes laugh'
cue whole fence. Cash you I' friends. boast of a better equipped

fflly.. Corner. Maxwell and 6th ave STEAMkR TAMPON whether you .feel so disposed or not,] Mrs. C. L. Wiggins, who was calledto place. The service la thQ
:nrs. Z. P. Ryan, P. 0. Box 614. and a good laugh at that. He is the i the bedside of Dr. Ford has returned best that can be had.
2marlm* W. 3ARKOW! Mastor.FIRST.CL..U S '. cutest little fellow you ever saw and home.

:: KR SALE-Four room house with\ FRPIT; SERVICE although they say that he Is really visited relatives at Pine Barren on Nick Apostle
JOHN PFEIFFER. Assistant Cuklar.U.
LAM AR. President. .
C.W. Propt'r4
bath, at Goulding, with two lots. -DetwUlS ": twenty-two years of ageHis little
E. CLARK Vice-President and Cashier. J. W.ANDREWS. Assratant Cashier. Wednesday. .
?ply to L. M. Davis. P. 0. Box :633, MOBILE. 'APALACHI. nii:'get. form H as perfect as a little We are anticipating with" pleasurethe -

City._t IQmrlm COLA. CARRABELLS. ST. .ANDREWS model and he is as lively. as a kitten protracted meeting which has -

VANTED-To loan money on your ,'MILLVILLS.' THE mmm NATIONAL: BANK Buster. 'not -alone.] been mentioned by ;jour other correspondent. Legal Advertisements
He brought
watches, Jewelry and personal ef- And all points :'en .St Andrews Bay, was :We also look- forward-
fects. Highest cash price for old gold Carrabelie. afcd .Apaf "hICola. Or'PEHSaCOLA, FLA a whole lot of clever folks with him, the coming of friends for the meeting
v ho furnished a lot of fun. They
SCHEDULE school. been poorly at- BIDS FOR UNIFORMS.
Sunday has
wrlght nl silver.Phone Dghtman 1127. & Klein,106 E. Leave PeLsfccola: Bundai:! 8:30: anzs DESIGNATED, DEPOSITORY! OF UNITED STATES. drilled and sang a \lot of catchy airs tended. We hope for better attendance | Sealed bids will be i iceived by the
for Mobile, Alt... and oh! there were some of th3 Sunda'y.
this coming : Board of Safety at the Clerk's office
FOR SALE. CAPITAL STOCK, $2GO,00Q. SURPLUS, $63,033. cutest little girls; all dressed up in
-Improved and unimproved Leave Pensacola TueBda. 8:30 p. Mr. Jess and Nick Nicholson madea until 3 o'clock Wednesday afternoon
property, in all 'parts of the city. m for St. Andrews. JUillriile, Api.I DIRECTORS. nice short dresses made out of pretty. .business! trip to Pensacola. on Wednesday April 4th for summer uniforms of the
J A. WiUon & Co., Real Estate Agents I lac'flicola, Carrabellft and Int mediaca S colors, wIth long pint stockings. last Police and Fire Departments of the

Room 7, Salisbury building. Phone points. 0. Henry L. Covlngton, Frank Rcllly F. E. Brawner, Buster i? the' funniest little felloy' Mr.: Oscar Walker has accepted a City of Pensacola, samples of cloth to
172._23Jan For additional Isformaflon. apply t' J. M. Pfeiffer S W;S. ROSBSCO, C. W. Lmar you eer'sa.w, and plays= tricks on position in the shingle mill at this be submitted with bids. The right to

.AUTOMOBILES. am agent for the -"J. R.. -SAUNDRRS.R : Bryan D nwody, T.F. McGourin.H. J. R. Soinders: other his people :much and" to the annoyanceof It I place. W* are glaa' to have Mr. reject any and all bids is reserved
R. COBB PrwidenL .: 0. E. Miura, mamma
A. M. Avery, Milton. Walker among us. CHAS. H. BLISS. Mawr.
from Pope Mfg.Co. and can sell you autos Gen. FrL: and..Pass.: Art, W. L. Cawlhon Dr. W.oJ. Hannah, frkhenzie Ceiling was such a pity that he .could not I Dr. D. H. Finlay drove through the j .
$500.00 up. They' cost less than Pensacola. Fla. : E. Clark. play a' matinee so that all the littk-" last to see
horses Alex [VIcGonln, C.: r Mi Covlngton, M- country to ''Pollard :Monday -SHERIFF'S SALE.
to keep up. They can be'ran ct..aren could see him. the doctor made the
Dr. Ford. I hear ;
in sand or anywhere a..horse ResolveiThat the next time Busier issued out
can go.. By virtue of execution
Individuals Corporations and Firms So \elted. in four hours.
Leslie E. Brooks._ Accounts of Banks, '. o xnes to nsacpla, it will not trip --. of the Circuit Court of Escamb'a:
Four centJnteresi Paid on Tims Deposits. be necessary for his company to ;cit Florida wherein G W. Sims
FOR per County
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-My ,,416 E.
property Bra' .
[\1SVlLLTRREllAlJThRR' "S 5 _
inard St., consisting of four lots 40 the performaijca so MONDAY WE WILL SELL SEAM- and J. H. Herron are plaintiffs and
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-- 3 and Join G Ward are defendants -
B. Hilson
150 AT "J'AlItt,
a two dw.elIbg.coJlo i 1DE
; story . ; -- 5- -
: : and will
closets laimng and 6 rooms pantry.hall On ways car bath line roora will:] :..".ti... ... ........." .......-........... A Fine, Une, of!' PAIRS.-FOR' F$1.00.. E.BRAWNERSDEPARTMENT._ : i sell at 'pu, I':T-P have.outcry leved.to upon the highest!:

tell:! entire property for 300000.; E 4. ::1.; s. ESJ<:, PrasUent'E.'
L. Reese. 22feh .5 R. M/CARJ, VlcePresldeat.i '. 0(- May, A. D., 1906, during the legal hours
-- THE PEOPLE'S BANK UfPENSACOU. i TENNIS Attention C. K. of A. of sale in front of the door of the
JUST RECEIVED-Large snipment ol | i -meeting of the CathQllCKnights County Court house, in and for Escam-

imported Olive OIL Retail by pint, Directors-L, J. Keves, J. $. Reese, W. CeC. Kcsiler R. M. Gary, J of America will beheld (o-T Sght 1l i 7 bia County, Florida the following dsi .
Ulloa or larger quantity. 0. Horaaso W. A. D'Alemb rt!, T. A. Jennings, J. J. Hootcru. I o'clock at their hall. Braintgs, of i cribed property,'. to-wit: : Tweno-siX

i Co., ship chandlers amj grocers, 701 3 1. TRANSACTS A GENE1AIIBM'KING BUSINESS. GOOD8JUST'REC teportance and'all members< are | ((26)) shares of stotfe, of the News Pul

South Palafox. _4oct. \ L.ILTrrnii YOUR ACCOUNT( IS RESPECTFUL SOLICITED. urged to be present. ,"- S i 1'shing Company, reprefletrtted bj certificate
FOR SALE ........ ..,. ........,...+...... .:...Oi -S n 1-IOTT. number 3 B, issued to I. B.
-Registered ,
Berkshire and __ JOHNSON .P-estdenL 2th A. 1 1902. 'levied
Yorkshire TH03. Hilson, :March >
Pigs .
; pedigrees furnished :
; '.VEP Secretary.-.*- : i of L B. Hilson
also lullbbod game chickens and eggS -- on as the property :
f *
all a.t Reasonable prices. Dr. J. a .',HILTON ORSSV' PB33IMSX., ( T. BHational:-W C141j'CS..VzoftCIPUTB.MUN4LcAaB. : N5WS.p S also one white launch "Danby,
Tennis good. LATE SHIPPING B. II1j
ItOBE.O..issCASsnuC Mew : engine, property of I. -
"g* *gLCMpleyi Fla Smarlm .. :XLSFtELD : : ___ ._ "spark
lo'OR '- : Rockete' --f,25t: $.1.50: ,$2.eQ$2.50, ? v. j'son and John:G. Ward. J. C. Vaa
8J-B-Beaetifui block tiz Bank Arrived.Dora I''
in New
City: Tract No. 312. For cash 600. : ." $3JX: ,"W. O;. $4,00, $:l50, $5.00,.$5.50. Br ss, ilitcWn, 345*.i Buenos! Pelt, Sheriff'Of EscambU' .;. Co.' Ra.

APPlj to A. M. McMillan. Court Eons S I of.P. rnLcoRa nsa&I1&; ; yorId*. Nets--fl-SO, $2.50.Ball's I Ayres. S =. Ii;i laProaw4w.5, ,-:_ yt _\.-*?.-J_.... i _L'Administrator's .
-... lang I 3 for'$1X0. .
FOR EAL--------- 0 Ceo.. W.tfrigbt.. .Morris,Bearfc. "Tf;?-FeileiBfit! M.Bobiason.?L- miUm Green. -' S wiLt SELL MOTHER -! Xqtice cf Final. Set.
I freshspring Fishing
& R- Bingham has a i ; Fine- line : .
TKHNSACTCO estate of John W. Fri.ter.
good A CIMRAL' fVJiSNQLtSIPiFZS WAISTS FOR J tlemsat, ift r$
of mules for sale. .. .
them See Tackler,- ew and ,ot; blat- quality .. 25c. deceased.S 55 '
on M BOYS .AT j
new float
feb2 .
FOR .. -, -- _. -- One thousand new Edison Records F. E. flRAWNRDEPATMENT.STORE.',$ i Notie: Is hereby given that on Tuesday
I& f\LET-Only; 4 young Boar: pigs -- -- -S Just In.: .Come:: quick. before they a epicke'd : the 7fh.aay"of August 1966. at
by Duke of Florida 68923 out -, S ; I 10 o'clock /m.J,or, as seen tp reaft-r
AUrphan Lee Baltimore 5S544. ;VIA 'R M.Caiy. ; .JIIG. "'. over Woodman's C'rcle.r : as 'samYccn b* heard, 1 wiirapply ta

Peflegrees.J with, registrations and L.&N., E.&T.H.andC.&E.I. r,... cAP, : ? ? i d C 0. SH ,. i I t Out'of town orders promptly} filled: W. .0. W C.,.
Carl Setterlind. Chipley.. wwIJi. st lteta.U D&lar tl -- I II cambla counfy, Florida] for & fnal
Pta. VesMbuJed Through Trains- *llyNAStyVIUrTO 2 f Woodmen Circle me'erer Thursday -
2 nov.LANDEast '.2 '$ CHICAGO, Steam Domestic thraite'C fA I 3 p. m- 2d flor I3.tb1alf.a:11!: : : over discharge from,th adainistratfon of
OTHE HIGh{ HUI eIe4- THROUGH SLEEPERS DAY COACHES \J r\Lm Pou's stable, on Jntsndencla .street said estate. '
v_tric car MM. six lots 100 ft. front XEWf ORLEANS TO. !fICAGO and Blacksi1 93. I t BRUCE- Visiting sovereigns cordiall1' lnvltel!. HARRY I* FR.\AdministratorDated,
lH deep lINING CAR$ SERVING ALt/MEAlS IN ROUTEtVMWVUftH4 Office-No. 43 Sout Palafox ,street Telephone B. '
lts ,600. corners WO. Inside D.B. BILL1W(,8.P.. A:. S.L 00EI&'kL AL : and Gonaales streets. Phones 6 and 872 I Mrs. Leona Lansford. Quardlajij'Mrs.jr .
UN.i There are no better sltua.I _JiA otvIW. 1U*. Yard corner Tarragona_ J B. Olaen.! Clerk. Dated February 1. 1906 oamfti
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4 VAGE. EIOHT THE PEWSACOLA. JOURNAL SUNDAY MORNING,: 'APRf-,-' 1, '1906. '_ '-, '. 'r, .. .

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;i H ;-:- I IMPORTANT DECISIONBYJUSTICE ;: ". :. '\'.:"' ; -- ;-:', "--- ;'.": ', ': -: --- -:-'.

4l C HIDE!) .;
: ,' COURTS T ,J 5- S ",' _"4 -
Our' "
/ : i: WHIIflELDDefiiiesowers.qf ; : :
1 1i
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$12 and'$15Suits FORBES
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tu ,. C C&STflO".S& T -I ." -
1ke..cIrcumstaices. The order refersto '

: f Railroad Came current rates and aMs; thereto fur- ,. ; :' : I IITh"' ,, 'a: Store" I.I .

!ther: charges for certain sarvicea to : '. :

m'sslon p.aq'd: SustainsDIScR1MlNATIoN :: be 'rendered. "to the postal' "'e1egl'aph "' ,
r ; Cable'Company by the'<< respondent M : THUMB .. :.. :;, : ; : ,_ 5Et: ; .
t a. common carrier In the handling;
: Are. *; that Body. and 'delivery' of the S ....,.; .. -
a Mighty transportation'. : __ 24.f-: : :. ; -
rit >\ / -, *, i i subjects 'of transportation: 'to which -
?. I the' mentionedreutrats' apply' -

'Strong : .CHARGED IN and there'-nothinr in'the -alternative -i President 'Venezuela f Has Assumed '; :
writ'to indicate that suchaddi! .8pe -f9r""Mo.nday
tions to iher current rates .hat!-
It I Nearly'All Offices r

: Proposition., TELEGRAPH COMPANY-SCOPE, fixed these for -saeh-subjects service of- .t.ransportat- Rriectiotwith 'on 1 .
s.- OF. i and madeapplicable to-all' shippersin,i Government. '
; Tiey Pare tailored by the COM MISSION like circumstances . .. j ',

foest ,needle and shear ar-" EXPLICfTELY, DEFINED. I -"Where a rate of :charg s,." aLyz -T--' ., April : 2.DON'T
D'' lists in the world. Made l the the opinion ''"has been duly made '
Special to The Journal. 1 ,. -- : .,' -, .
i of. genuine -all wool fabrics upon the su&jects ot transportationand
i.i;! ,, and tbe'fit"and ,flnsl! for the servicehere ' t4 are such as will' please TallaiiBsee, !..!. Mar. 31. The Supreme applicable alike to all: persons 3 and futile negotiations at Caracas: between; MISTThIS SALE'N

Tt1 the most exacting dress Ciurt of Florida In an opinion corporations under like' conditions, MnIster; Russell. and Clyde. .Brownj 1,: .
i.: c er. We also Save .suit* by ', t1i3Uce Wbitfield, fila Tues- the R ::lroad Cbmmissioriers may by representing the Jtew' York and Bcr- .:. ,
w at $6.00 'with a agrdual day .afternoonj has made another Important proper proceedings .inakV an order :'requiring 1 ,- .. .' ,
mud Asphalt 0 with the Yen- --
I Increase in price to $25T 'o ,"ribuUoilto such,: .service ::"be: :'jendered z ( ) -
the line of ad-- -
r to any particular "pejspn'pr..ec;>rpo.a. ,ezeulan Government, shows that President S _ar .=:*_ ( : ;:J. :; ;
!: judicatl9ni: -that tribunal sustaining tion upon .the payment.Qf.the) rates Castro 'has- assumed' nearly all I 100' :New Lawn Waist Pat. t" -.-. ,- .- Our Sale of

BUY NOW 'and "defining the powers of the or.charges so .pIe: <:r1b.ed.and such the Important offices of the government -; terns, trimmed with lace "

Florida', Railroad Commission, as contained.Injhe -- order should be jobeyed.and. will be So far as :ihe asphalt contro-1 and embroidery beautiful .- ,. Pattern and Handmade

*4 FOR EASTER. : Act; {:-1897'. creating the;'enforced: but.where In this- case; versy is concerned, he has' ]I' styles. :
Commjssioa and the amendatory Act the order In- ferms provides.'that the firstmade It a personal matter., For-j ..
.. !of 1899.' "' :: said Atlantic CoastLine,. Railroad':' eign Minister: Ybarra was nominally"In ."k-i.25l.50$2and$3: HATS

Company for such. service'; preformedand charge of the recent negotlat'o,tf, S 50'dozen Ladles' All.Linen, S -
Th e pr nt'declsiori is in the for the P stal Tele- ,
;man rendered ; but every question was referred ,to ,Sh er,"em5titched Handkerchiefs : : the past week was a great
damus charge'etc" -
proceeding".of erath-Cable Company
;IM the State ot. : may Castro.for decision -
The John White Store Florida 'ez rel., William H. EHis. Attorney and there is nothing In the alternative In this policy he.follows, the preps-j I Oc value! this :. success and this week wesakperdoen..69c

General, Relator, 'V. The Atlantic writ to Indicate"'tha'ts-the:' rates dent established: in dealing: wth all invite you to call and see

.S4j ",..cl.'", lit "..'* w..,.. Coast Line.Railroad: Company.. for and the the Postal charges Telegraph-made by{;able the orderS controversies before. the Venezuelan 50 dozen Sheer Handkerchiefs i- Z (.' j our special line of Street
a coroporatlon, Respondent, whichwas"itlstfPted courts in which he has a personal Rt- value 5c doz 39c .. '
205-207 S. Palafox Street pany are the rate and: charges made: terest. This per Hats at 53, $5 and $7
by..the Railroad! Com- has 'greatly complicatedthe '
ty the Railroad Commissioners for One dozen to customer
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;; Phone 252. JIljssioner '-through the Attorney Gen- all persons and corporation. demaad- problem of the Washington'; gQV-' 5- -S 5---5- -.- Also our line of the cdex
& ,:aSe, Jaw directs, wherein the Ing .like service under 'likeclfdum- ernment, for n arlY. all foreign: claimants 25 doz Turn-Over Collars, ; j brated

(Railroad Company, objects., to. an stances, there is no presumption, that aganst: President Castro's irepub embrplidered, J in assorted : r
__ __ _order 'made by. the Commissioners -the rate stated in the'prder has- been. lie complain that, they can not. eta .shadesandPersianbandsT' : ; Hats
: 011' November .11, 1905, I. "square deal" before Judges who "Gage"
raade applicable to aU'shippers In arp! S 25c each
I Oc
Marine requiring the Atlantic, Coast ,Line like circumstances ant the rate so likely 'to be 'dis'nijssed 'or. Imprisoned only..I .: 'P1 '.

{, Grocery Co. Railroad "to" haul" and distribute made is not a valid and 'enforceable if they do not act in accordance. with I OOVVhite Embroidered Pai. :, whichwecoiMrol exclusIve.8sQls$1.50 .

1 between Jts ,stations on and along its ore.: There Is no question as to the President's 'wishes.' to $7.00 each : '. :' Iy for Pensacola,
'$04. ,,'606,- 60S 610 S. Palafex St line of railway. the State of FlorIda -the reasoaableness: of- the"ttesof Germany some 'time ago ref sd to ,- ,
f }' Phone 725. for .theP sta1 Telegraph-Cable charges, the sole question being the submit her citizens' ,lams to .Vene1 S S

Company, !Its! men, 'pojes, wire. and .vslidity! of the order-making the rates zuelan judges on the ground that they '

V. J. VIDAL, Manage; other, material for the maintenance terms applicable' only to the Postal "were entirely dependent on. the goy;' "We Call Special !Attention( to Our
operationt i repair, construction and ernnient and nave ;
THE HOME OF GOOD THINGS TO constructlpn}< all of Its' tines of w1T re-J Telegraph<7a.bl Compa y' :IndlTidually < frequently been ,
dismissed .
: Theorderalso: on subjects of transportation offered by the President"France"i ,
EAT undertook, to fix the by it alone to a common carrier." Great Britain: and other powers have'

charges which the Atlantic Cojisr ,"In'the caseat bar' -,the order taken the stand.. .
i3 Just Received: Lane-,might-charge, same I
41 HtHbut] Chunfes; Halibut Quick LuncH graph-Cable! tie Postal Tele- makes the rate :given-therein in Judges Put In JaIL; '. :
Company for ,
rd 50 kite or fancy Mackerel.; $1.25. per vice., S ser terms applicable only "to*the; Postal'Lelegraph..ca.ble' 'there S New,evidence of the state of thngs: n's.anfB( Boys' Clothing

4A E ; tit : Discrimination-Charged.l 'Company"and' ; complained, of.Jndnd g an'instance
: i is: nothing to Indlcat 'tht"suclI'ratehas wher9 four judges' the Superior
th1 50 )kite Salmon.,$1.25 per kIt. The order arosa out of. a complaint .. j
60'kite 'h iIbutinsa; JU5 per kit. by the Postal :-Telegraph-Cable Company been made' applIcSible 1lnYother Court were put in jail because they ; ., ; .' .
44.4 '60-:kit's of Cod-Tonguea. and, Sound that $pte''Atkatic Coast Line,r person or corporation' "* In lIke had taken actJon favorable to.a.. nupiiber -: : t
circumstances and "tli order is,
SUB"-DM: kit.;: Railroad offlfl. newspaper"7edtors"imprisoned': }
was nerformin? a lika '
C Bloaters, Milkers"and Roes vice for the- spr- therefore. in itself 'a" discrimination'" utterances.. .. .. nff<'TiRiv, 4 n (istv r. < > -
Herring Western Union ---- ------ -- ---- --
V Codfl h; Pickled 'Salmon. Dill Pickles! company and refused, to -i either against or'1n'J: : Ui-"ol" said''ltItf>ly two fourts"' sn'SSed a charge New

German Sauer i ront. / form,. It for the f ippstal T per-j company to prevent, w.hicb A.b iimb'aton ,- of murder againsta man accused 'ofJcAtiIL : ppenqore I- '
: :
: of
& : is one the .chief purposes -
Pip Ftct In kits. Si.00. ble Company;and that this -brdiher''of.; secrejtary. 1

tj;! Manewil and Lange's Fruit, Cake. ed' an unlawful discrimination! .which of" For the' the RaUroad.: reasons Commission stated the:.law..demur-: .' Tie President ;promptly dismissed -: -0<0 ,\ .,......- .' ,... ..... '<.. '
National Biscuit Co's Fruit Cake. 25 the Raflroad 'Co uuissloners were leg : the JUd t il 'p ., the Ipu], rt 1'I I HeywoodShoes
sustained anfl.th.alternativewrit -
is P4
ler :
per pound. ally "epowefed 'to Court, thySaptem ''Court,. :
'prevent. The coastLine reversing .
t1a; We handle the celebrated blends ot of mandamusisquashed. : : LOWI CUt":,. >i :> '
refused to obey the Commis Justice ,ShacWeford-'Justices itself orderrthen.ew: Super0fjutfges ..... ,,
171 toffee roasted' by.,the Gulf,City:: Coffee sion's i order, 'ancf the Commissioners Chief Taylor Ooekrejl- -Hoeker--; : and ) to hear1 the..case.aian.. ; -. 1 : \ g-: -
4jIjt Co..H. ,P.-Chlpman; Manager. .
applied for and Evidence als
secured from'
the Supreme Is Oaxaca. 35c lb.; Gold Standard. 25c Court. alternative writ of IParkhlll all coneurin: -JJ.uatleWhit' the asphalt JiUgatlon.no'less 1 : :noes
tha$ S. $ .
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3I Ib; Diamond Blend, 25c Ib;> Golden mandamus to coirnpel obedience, .by field's opinion. ...< .,-.... .. three courts hUe''been made over by' T J.
rJ1 Rio,20c lb.Strictly the' railroad to teorder; Castro's orders. Afters'reorganiaj j ..; ,
t; fresh
roasted and as goo The central points"emphasized .in tion" the nsw'Court'of: Cassation, had : ., .: 'n' ';;:;,; ';'; '
ag any Coffee' sold In this YARDS SEA ( : : '' ',
city. ISLANjfcPPTiP
Justice Whitfield's that For Ladies:
.opinion' are no difficulty: In ordeVing the seizure,, For Men.
NM Send us your orders and we win de $1.00. NO ONE f : : :
the prevention of discriminations "as .OVER E'.CUT. '
tL liver promptly.I without. notice, of the asiptialt com- I .
; between shippers.'Is one. of the chief F. E. BRAWNER"3IDEPARTMENTSTORE." pany's property' a&& then 'solemnly
'of ,the Railroad ,I ..- ,
: purposes Commission sanctioning its own. illegal, i ,proe.es'd/ .' "
Law and the .,
necessity'of exercIsing .
ings in a separate judgement, -
care In 'framing: of the Railroad St. Cyprian Million (Col. 4
) YourforQuaIity
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,First the asphalt'"lake ..was..seized. I Ion 'I-. -
Commission's the Old S
ora"erg to end thai St. Cyprian.Mission, ( colored .
; these orders, themselves shall not Christ Church Bulidlng-Rev. D. 'D, the ground 'that the concession-j, '. 1
w4i work a Discrimination' as between Moore pastor. Sunday school' 9:30a. l aire's had'not dredged rivers as required -,-
1 [ by the original: ,'gra'nt made W. J. & 'S.
shippers,, The .opinion' enunciate m. Services 11 ar.pijani; '7:30: p; 1 18l3. No- proof this was offered 1riJ : FORB liS.I' .
followlng,1mport. nt principles. of m. Holy communion. third Sun ]
every '
:Ibjt fc receiver Va immediately
fXPRSS law: day. "" .", | apjpiblnted q- -; .
S ., I 'proc'eecte
"When the Railroad Commissioners 5- ? tp-mine and sell! -

PREPAID make a Valid order for the rvention ,-- -- -- --. -- the asphalt. irotfesis'" against' these. I IB! .
of unjust discrimination and acts on the ground,that there was no:I' I

t; : JItAZOr for the .ob eivanct'of rates of freight HAIR IS NATURALLY-ABUNDANT.-S' warrant for themf under1' Venezuela's I I! ,
and' passenger' tariff made and pro-, When It Is : Dandruff own laws were Ignored by the courts'. flEAL J T JE.W Death
mulgated ;by .them.-'ft.-,.is the duty ofi ; Freepf : f.t.. which also refused "to recognize .ih? and Taxes

H the railroad company: or other com Grows Luxuriantly* .1 land and mining "de ds for the same .

& DOn carrier to'obey such order and to Hair preparations :anddandruff property, which .had. been acquired by; < I .Are-Admittedly the only sure things In life. What you
I promptly, faithfully: and completely cures, as a rule, are; sticky or irrat-: purchase from the government. : '' '.art 'sure- will" happen you are, wise. if you prepare for
ri'' Iiil, I Doz comply 'with all its legal requirements lug! affairs that do no "earthlY''good! Two of the asphalt company's .attorneys W T T TRNSFERS N I II 5 The '

I and .such:duty will be en- r Hair, when not dlseas,' grows-natur-' : have been'arrested at critical! I EquitaWs's; Continuous Installment '
i Policy
forced by'-man: : amus. ally luxuriantly. Dan draft is the moments in the proceedings and ,
: DfLIVfR fOrl "When mandamus. is brought to en caus3 of nine-tenths ol all hair thrown into prison.'Castro'has also /Following-Ji a list of the deeds. recorded ;few all the good, features of the old policies, and decid-!

forcean ,order Vofthe.. Railroad Commissioners trouble, 'antl'd3.ndru1"Jscaused by a dismissed the .company's present attorney yesterday reported by the" S .edly' new: features that were formerly never dreamt of!-
$12 such order should appearon {rm. The only way.to curedandruff from the professorship of }ln Pensacola1' Abstract Co: let us explain! it to you.

ita face'to '}:e. within the power is: to kill the germ;' and, rso' far,:,the ternational law 'In the University .' 'j : Julia XJ; Fulghum and husband, S. F., : '

fJh and 'authority the Railroad 'Ccm only hair preparation, that will posi- i Caracas and conferred) the, position "Fiilghum to J.: H. -Sherrill. lots 11, 12 : Insurance,. Gent! A2tsPensacofa
missioners: make and if the order tively.destroy the germ J Is .Newbro's. I 13, block 49, Belmont Tract. $1 I\IIUWII/5 Bros
; and
upon Dr. Pare the.:.!agent: of,the gpy | Fire, ,Life.. .
I CHAS.BLUM&CO contains a material and mandatory Herpieide! -absolutely harmless free[i rnmnt in its suit against the asphalt and'other considerat'.ons.: .

provision .whlch does not appear from from grease sediraentdye matter or company.. ?tpnVb\) have gone: to Oliver Whjte tp- H. A. ,:, --- _, A
t the terms of the alternative writ tobe :i dangerous drugs. It allays itching: undivided- half interest in all of j! ,
Venezuela to evidence:
511 AND 519 WEST: BAY ST. for the ; .. .. ,
within the of the .RaiIr0-1d :instantly makes hair glossy'and eoft ., -
; the
power company Sec. 16 except the E}% of, 1iE%
have been' ;
;JACKSONVILLE, FLA. I Commissioners to make. and the alternative as silk. "Destroy tae cause'you; remove -threats that persistence warned(; would away mean/by. tbe 'S: W. tfi the 'E % of the} i... .. ......'.......................................:
1 -. > writ ]i the the effect" For 'sale by. 'W.A.. ,
-.-, commands respondent death. Since October 1 904, the company SE# and the E% of thejNE& Pm,1\T8AOOLA.
.tJ ,?tb forthwith comply with D'Alemberte druggist :aud Apothecary : :
ri: ---- has not lbee i.allowed to of Sec. 20 T. 2N. R.,31 rIronWorks
the sat order or how cause for not 121 South Palafox street, 'orsend mUll ate by cable with Its counsel com.- containing 880 'acres;' also 8 'acres! ;Wj, and Supply
a doIng' so, .a'demurrer to the alternative lOc in stamps to'J,' e JJerpicide and ing -the SE corner' at the railroad iri J. COil
The writ will be sustained, since the Co., Detroit, Mich. I' : zuela..other representatives In Vej1e; the.NWif of. the NB%, that port'.ou: '!; FORGINGS:-ManufactUret. and RepalreJS, : of MACHINERY AND
Season's MILL AND,
Order be enforced as'a ,. STFZAMSHIP
must whole if tb'at 'lies W.:,of the railroad in Sec. 26'i: SUPPLIES.
--- r----- REPAIRS; PEOIALTtY..
at all. .
Prompt attention
given all !
: to order
.Ti-s.P521w.-S1; : and other consid
...Scope of the Law. E. L. REESEJ.. MENDEL, "- t" i day or night Afents for James McKay & Co.'s celebrated laz and

Ifi, Popular "The power and 'duty to make. awl HON. DAVID ROBINSON erations.'..R. F\ "Metis, to I.. D. and, G. :.V.Gfetn Timber deuce nh Dogs.7i ,,inW. also>.chains.T>. lBox123.of all descriptions. Office phone 123 Resi i

-roraulgate reasonable and just rales: all of lots 22; .23, 24, 25 and 26, .... PHIL WITTMAN, Mgr .
Reese ( lendeJ .t4HlH. ,._...... ... ..
or charges for transportation of pasengers'an'd'for block :139,; Belmont Tract, $1000 and '. c .. _.. ...... t...............

Sack Suit S wrtatlon and. delivery the handling of freights, trans-conferred The Home ,faD. rs,'.. if \\ Benefited Medicines by Vinol Had After Failed.All Other. Bother' .:coBslderatlonsr .' : ... ..............................................

upon the Railroad Commissioners : 1- '" '-'
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. : ;19 4 for men is noticeably of 1899 th', by..relate Chanter to rates 4700 to of be the made Acts 3. '',;...'-e,. --ti, -,;' .. ,- .' ACCOMPLISHES theFraternalRec-: ''MUCH "GOODj, I IAcntissueof IS i.i-lA'iVEAlIY P- ;:: !

upon; ..subjects of transportation : i
I more The Hon. David :0. RobiusonCounty ; .
eyewinning w 'ord -"-"polished JacksonvIlle: .: .
and cwta1Iedth -l
not to rates to be made for BulldersS '
: particular i ., Treasurer. ofiFrankfprt: Ky. .
k I than last year's mod. persons or qrporatiojii Such :, : writes: "I ,Terr-'mucir-riiff following regarding. Grand* :
rate's"or tjbajgisj-'sKould-be'inaiura ... :'. :.! was dowp .-hasink1ey-! the. 0.-.O. F., of:r|J :
.; els. It g n- r. from .. GAS
overwork suffered '
iI suggests the raf.Jn" their nature :and .:applicable: ... ;. ,,- : ; and from thiS :cnf : "- -:: ,-i, TROUBLES ? :
and trou-
a nervous
same swagger set, but alike!:: ] -to' alt:,pets hs. and corporations 0 i : ble. The severe ::' ranch1aster> A.'C. Binkley'Tias!!;, '<
'M under l like Circumstances should t."O': .f "- medicines, prescribed: ; all .vialtfcd a. Dumber ofMbdges in this :\ !
being longer it calls. failed to"help and I
could not
not In ,-term: or la effect be made :dp: .. met I jur ctiondyrIng the past few weeksandeverywhere < We/wish .--o advise gas consumers who have any .
2j1 S : take cod liver oil em lsiosaS;. "
for -i. pr the '
a cleverly! cut illcajblft'to'only; one' person or corpor- i he-has'been: received' :J :trqabj whatever; with .elther gas lights, heaters or :
atlon to theT exclusion of greasy mixtures "upset my Bto'maca.One -wit.th true sp'i!At. "Odd. 'Fellow- :.cookJni! xangei,
waistline to overcome other persons ': of 'oftltlals. : ) ..pf < .10 promptly advise u?!. as we have .
Men's.r our county 'told raeajbout S ,I' '
: a ,of
or corporations under like cir -sh1p- corps .gas .experts always at the disposal of
; \ any baggy appearance umstances., Rated or charges! made S your delicious cod liver prePara.tion -;' 'Brother, Binkley i is'known' through* :\ 'S .curierto; remedy-: any gas difficulties you may gas :
that its fullness would FenetalIi Ujeir'ferms* may be appliabl I Vinol. and what it had done for :pit '.Florida as a.n ab'e exponent of S :

c ,t9: only1; on. {'person or corpora- him. I decided to fry It, and in a remarkably :Friendship, ,Love and Truth and weknow ": ::,

.t naturally effect. Han because 'nQ .other person or' cor- linfIT short _time I was a wLman. '! that, vtrr.1Mge': that has'bid t >exPGnence'i: :

oration: Ia-in.tike'circumstances, and Vinol built m e up cured my th&'h nor of entertaining th's d'stlngulsned i
fct IE \ See the blues and grays; this would' not make' the rates or stomach and nerVous trouble and I nlenJber: of bur noble order : '

t both are extremely charges special; Vui even In such hare' not been so well fpr years." / hasl: been .entertained,.Instructed i! Pe"'t'ola Gas Company \:
popu- A member th'e firiq: O-. W Jf
case*> thei&tts, charges should be :encouraged.-\ 9ur Grand Master ,has : :
t !a \this season. lI'.tdt; 'applicable! :.tb! a particular 'pr S / ;Cioffies.New ,, .. White! &Co.,our local dmsg+!sts, lays' ; dOI1I 'mlicIr' for the; order during'his! : 'f T Phone 143. 24 .and 27_ E. Garden Street. I

Prices from des1gnateperaoa' or corporation. I "Vinol cures conditions( ;]Jike.'this'bVs-- terfflh f o Bce, and"
range 'the".Rallwid-Commlsiloa Law Cha
ter 'lOO.:1A':,: designed 'to prevent nn- ,' concentrated :formTalf of the vtalf! build-1ij\I'| ----- .
\ th6 or4 i"In noida'n: : -
;t $6.50 ,up to $$18.00. Just" ': serJntJ1.tlO1l: ; -ana' to this end and up-to- afe-lie! ', ot. Spring tx-maklng and tody fljullding.pro (- Record Joins with. h-'s! hundreds S :>4. Fine lot Diamonds at exceeding'; :}

.. I tt provWe. fT the making and en- and Summer Sulfjiw: !&" &; Tfquse*--. tics Of cod lives olt.ct9alfrom JY takt<<1 fread! ia; WShIfl111fl1\ an4 of, Dlam, 0 Ads! low prices for a few days only. Ask
I' fcrclny'of.Wtf charges subjects Ings. fr .. and. pros- to see them.J. .
'S pr; upon "i: s cods' livers th0 ; wherever hi j ,
Pt1 l: lot mar"' b cat.'j #Y. -.r ''' 0>- -
I pt transpo\ atlon applicable Suits from.117.50 |o"$ :OO, ;: drop; of oil to ups the stp.machj 1l:4, ; F". DAVIS 213 S. Pa'afox StL
aUk te: U"'PfnOIa.or> : corporations Trousers from $!). ; to, 11$09 retard. Its work. : : _. : : -
ANON Jr. 'lIt'e} tfrcuiaittf 1\te8, and for pre- Join our Geri Iemen's" Sil\ OIUOL We ask every run 4own,, nervous, TUESDAY ND BE -
WERE: f .
vtntlaj[Uj tt fiyitif t different rates: Cost only-: I1.S6 peraofth' foiprdu- ds Ultated, aged or'weaS"-person 1ft I. for e. SMITH a BROS.
"" / (.demonstrator tlje celebww'3
to dff) rfnt p rsoas"under like cln Ing and small repaiw- i Pensacola. and every person'suffering' < '
S.\ CASH CLOTHE cumtancqs.!' V'\ : Dyeing and Cleaning. ': t'm n's ana from stubborn 'cold?,, Thnging :p; Vi ImianeCOffee m9i1 .of,rtiIch', a appeacrs lf-page in adrVc- : VISIBLE. TYPEWRITERS,
,, Tha.Court 4nds. rthat "in view of women's Clothes- spf cia\ty.. .. congh, bronchitis t of incipient -cpnsumption The -
the:ord9nier"nQught to J'ournit 't be-enfprwd. Givers a trial. W4 wtfl apprectaw to try Vinol on qur;5uarajr Sold rented
Comer Pilafoz! an4 tln. It..c noreSum' d that the ratetherein"pjfentJouea'had .your business., ,' >: tee to return yoarm ney'lf irfai .tv[ iRoSeniur&:TueJd and' Geralds Wednesday store.,, The located at I S See or write

_-_---_- *een fixed and REESE-MENOEL TAILORING tea, give saflsfaction-.* H.. : Whiterg, Invited<< 'to caH '! ladlesaft' '
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bade ; ; see
'aIcab1et'aU. "
sheers -
Phone : l'
t* 675. 11 fy falafbx\I: St Co, < ru glsts.: ; jmonstrations. L Li : L, S.. .BROWN.. Pensacola, Fla,

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Conditions in. 6' nstruction of The Florida East Coast Railway

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piiiladelphia(pan}receiving Inquirer,directions to make from a thor-the I I I ed the.on best..every'The applicant, engaging only i awaited me. When I boarded{ \ her'I ei- saj' one 'of'the walking bosses "or'.' of the" II en." A 'young, fellow arrivedat rcoid weather, and find'.they can't get r Troubles' at Miami.---

investigation of conditions inthe which sick weak and 'hobo'class requested Cie pilot to make Jew Fhhl foreman carry a 'gun. this camp and refused to go' to back without workingone or two I I The authorities at Miami have their
0iPl' of the Florida I amounted to forty percent I Creak by night if possible.! At. that I. Martin Haley, who lives at.Germantown work. Richards Ahipped him back to i months more. I hands full every time the pay boat
railroad camps of the
Railroad I went to Miami.I I applicants were relusM.I .ppoint two dredges with a crew of fifteen avenue and Master street, Philadelphia Miami free of charge. after the man At this camp Andrew Ik :Miller,, of ,I makes a trip to the camps. As soon
East Coast understand the magnitude of Every man accepted was.given a card men each are at work. The line. and drives a mule car from had tried to.get up a'strike and caus- 2127 Fourth' street; William Kelleyof ]I as some of the men receive their

To fully task one has put to look at a mapof ]I to.stating receive the, what'amount his of wages he was crosses from the mainland to Key the quarry' to-the-end-of the grade I led.a disturbance. Jim.! .Carroll, Joe 2515 Christian street; .J. A. Mur I month's pay they take the first boat
the Ertending from if board would cost. Cargo. We proceeded ,down Biscayne said: "The men that went back'nome both of' Tacony and Mike phyof 2642 Catherine street; John 'for Miami. Liquor is not allowed lathe
Florida. southwesterly curve of 1 we fed him and the 'i n unt of Bay through lines of' yachts and fish-! did not come down here to' work;jl I Kenney, of",3263 North Twelfth. street Moore, of 4133 Tower street, all of I camp and many a thirst of ,.
Florida in a transportation, ,12.00,. which we advanced -flag boats and passing the' homes ,of'' out of the cold Jeks.
and fifty miles is a chain they 'wanted", to get work in the mess tent. They posed Philadelphia have 'worked ten w month's duration is quenched in tb
one hundred to Key West. The I him. to reach our line at,Jack many millionaires: who spend small. weather.' .There ,are, thirty.ofJ.tS, .here I for a picture for The Inquirer; When They have paid back' to the'company one night Out of forty men arrestedone
of islands, or sonville. Mr. Triay also told the applicant :- fortunes, here every year fishing ,for j now. We'-are .being treated right and asked 'if the "men 'got enough to eat .their transportation money, $12.50, might irty-nlne pleaded guilty

Florida East Coast Railroad extension Company of the I I the nature of the wo'tk. The tarpon, Spanish mackerel and other, are 'going to': stay on'the job.:' He, said: "Some/:of these- men get more' but not one of"them has over $5 saved and as they had spent all of their

Is constructing Homestead an 28 miles of I, applicant was also ,to4! ,that ,on. odr game fish, so plentiful In these wa,was correlated by Thomas Galagher, and better'"grub down here than they to return home on- I money and could not pay the fine
at line he'
line starting would be transported free to ters. I who lives on Philip street. ever had 'around' Philadelphia. The they were put work the
Key West, a distance of 150 the The statement that the mayor of to on. streets
Miami, to Homestead the road tej would camps be ; that the amount, advanced' About sundown the wind fr s .eIlc-1 When requested to'.pose for: a picture : better classoi men here try to keep Miami was paymaster of the Florida and water works.
miles. constructed through tIe at taken out. of his' wages a,lit-.._ed._ to half a gale, compelling us to''' for the Inquirer they lined up 'and clear of them lAli the ,kicking ,comes East Coast Railroad and that the Hospital; for Free Treatment.

Is being for about seventeen swampy miles. hardship a Urn at'the so as not to. make' it a seek shelter 'for the nfght under the sat"on"some; overturned cars laughing from them;' they are no good." sheriff was a relative of-Mr. Plaster's, 'At! Mail the Florida. East Coast

ground digging their own canal "If the start 'lee of a,-key .near Cuttle" Fish Banks.--arid" joking..all the while. The whole William 'Scotr of2142 Carpenter I found to *be absolutely false. The Railroad Company has a hospital
Huge dredges the, sand an embankment -in the applicant did not wish to eat'Early next morning we entered .Jew spirit of the 'camp was anything but street: leaves camp for home today. ;mayor of Miami John Sewall, a promi-I where all the men en'gaged on the
!, dump the on roadbed.i i mess tent he could boar; himself Fish Creek, which: separates the mainland that of oppressed body of'men. He denied that he has 'been mistreated. nent merchant and menrber: of the construction work receive free treatment .

thus Key Largo formln'g the line Is.1' >utlt on the percentage out of the.\sfgned commissary.these "contract A/ large and Key Largo, an island about I I Some Bad.Characters.' Some time, ago Joe Carroll, of! board pf county commissioners, is a 1 In case of sickness. Dr. J. M.

From concrete foundations to thirty miles long. At the southern" -Thera. dare undoubtedly some bad Philadelphia was engaged in blasting.A wealthy man and has no connection'Jackson, Jr., a prominent physician of
keys and on these two ponts cards undesirable and sold, them' to som .of the. end dredges-Mikado and Prlck! f-: characters. in each :off the. camps., dynamite cartridge exploded and injured with the F. E. C. Railroad. The sheriff :: Miami Is in charge. Dr. J. A. Kelt

Key West. Between construction camps I I forty per'cent ..that'w heat are ,constructing th grade Where there Is such a gathering of him severely. He was removed Mr. Frohock, Is no relative of Mr.:: linger, the house surgeon mates frequent

there are twelve about three thousandmen. turned down. Men who were looking -. through swampy land. ;.' men, from all quarters' this appears to the hospital at Hiami and is now :Flagler, but says he would not object!I I visits to all camps' treating

occupied by and; of : for anything but work1 and wanted -' Members of the crew of the Mikado.onflrmed :'i perfectly 'natural For, this reason back at work. He' said the companyhas to being his brother. I II. I minor cases. When lie finds a cats
hundred '
fifty a free-ride"
Seven Into I i
,a what'Mr.: the paymaster and his assistant carrya treated him squarely: that requires hospital treatment thai
Meredith said '
and work in different the In None Forcibly Detained. !
these are negroes, When they were! aboard revolver. I received word that Mr. B. A. Wai- I. man is at once removed by boat to
parts of camps from the white the train our Mr;. Cotton, Mr! 'Triay/s: regard to working in water and mud. : Through the whole Investigation I
/ Miami.
had to'make. : Leaving Camp No.: S.we proceeded den ,assistant: 'g neral foreman,of con From the time the laborer
"They no'complaint
men. The only communication with I assistant went through the cars and They:! 4 the location of which the next have been! unable to learn of one In-:
'are $35 a"month of"'the : to :Camp /fo. struction work, was at camp, I leaves i camp until he la disctai ged
the camps at this time is by the supply -I put off albout ten per cent of these. "1 paid idle and part is ideal. On a sandy coral beach, the' so I boarded'the boat. 'The run' was ..stance where a man Is forcibly detained !from the hospital cured the entire

boats which go to them to deliver Twenty From,! Philadelphia' ,Ibein'gcompelledto.-stop time ara on account of the dredge i.;i extreme southern point.of Upper Mat- made quickly and we reached No. 9, worked under an armed guard, except f : is borne by the com any. expense I
provisions and water. They!; are cutoff I. "One 'train load of two hundred work for lack I. in the'case of Walking Boss Good
ar of, fresh "acombe Key with the stars and on Indian Key: after: dark. Tha men made a complete/ tour of the hospitaland
water for the boilers. Water
from civilization even more so thana rived at our dock' of Camp 9, on Indian K y, Who was
here. where a steam ; stripes floating from a 'high, pole area :! were done"work for the day. I talked to each of the thirty-two
has to be
mining camp in the Black Hills of er was in waitIng! to transport themto "transported in 10,000 I discharged for going armed and threatening -
; hundred and odd snow white tents.In .I There are about ,220 men in this among them John CnJltn: of
gallon tanks, from lIam. On
Dakota fifty years ago. the camps. Therewere"abouttwen' -, occasions the: water over, a hundred'men. .were camp. Thirty'odd hail from Philadel I with a gun the men who would 507 South Terney street. He was re.
Commissioner Glady Received.On ty from ..Philadelphia: In this 'party.,,loaf like this tae men go fishing 'or, swimming: when the resident .engineer phia. When I told them the Phila I not work. The food supplied is about I tmoved from Camp &2 last January
the i
my'arrival at Miami r called on The"foreman in charge tolfthepi to'go .on Jjoat.Their wages are.;"iM ned'm9 the men 'were on'strike' delphia Inquirer'had: ent'me ,to ascertain the average construction camp "grub.";I with rheumatism. He wilt be discharged

:Mr. J. C. Meredith, construction engineer j; aboard.( All but ten of '&e mep and paid monthly, and no deductonismad 'I He had discharged Edward Cunningham -;!; if any one of them was being Plenty of it and 'clean. I found those cured this week. He told'

of the work. When informed of;, they were from Philadelphia, refused. their for time lost through: no fault of of' Philadelphia, a.fireman. and- forcibly detained; ill fed, or abused' by doing the most kickltfg had never: me he had no complaint to make and

jny mission he expressed a willing: I One hundred and ninety' :would not whole own.receive The better'dredgemen, as a they all knocked off. This was not an I armed guards, they :answered as-a worked in a construction..camp'before. : was going back to work at Camp $%
than the
ness to help me in every way to make I J budge. He could'not compel, them to wages uncommon occurrence he .said. but whole, saying they could leave at anytime Laborers who'worked on1 other roads! as soon as the doctor would let him.

a. thorough examination of' all the take the boat; so' Ieftwith/ : 'the ten,;scamp l laborers. j' t, .f.I i-seldom. lasted over a day. .. 'I but they did not think it just say H's no'-better or worse than they,I I He said he bad never seen a man Ill-
camps'and dredging outfits. I who are now at The caarps. \ On'the'lower end of Key Largo is 1 i The statement of Albert. Hook, of that the company shoufd' charge them got; on other jobs. I was in Camp No. treated or any of the walklffg bosses

"We have teen wishing that 'som I "We" had brought &eIIt down and: camp No. 2, wher,? only negro labor!I 116' Beach street, voices the'sentiment: 1.50 to go to Miami on.jone of their 8 on Windley's Island, when the men carry a gun. Dr. Jackson said that

reliable paper like the Philadelphia they: refused to go to,th?' works; Few, ers are used. I did not stop there, as.,of all the Philadelph'a: men'eie. Hook own boats. They added. since a fore- were' at dinner. The meal consisted a number of men were treated at the

Inquirer would send a representativeto if any, ,'of them had more than the I was anxious to reach a camp 'of I.I said-"You can just til r,,those young: man named Good had been discharged of a full plate,of lima beans and pork, hospital and sent back home who had

investigate charges that have Appeared --; clothes .each was wearing.. The city white men" known as. No. 8, which is .ones back; in 'Phijade hia 1 they had;; and Mr. .J.;: G. Frost, ,the resident Irish potatoes bread and 'coffee and never done, a day's work on the rail-
from time to time In the northern -:authorities of Miami: told those who situated on Windley's' Island; 'sixty better stay at homeJ 'they expect to i i engineer, had taken charge they had i apple sauce. Each man is helped as road. Some were taken off the train

papers about our mistreatment, of: stayed behind! they :.would have to. miles south of Miami. There I found come down hsre and.walk on' lemons'orpick : been treated, "white." The food, they. often as he desires. From one to at Miami sick and should not have left
the laborers. on the work," said Mr.i work or leave town. Many went to thirty men from.Philadelphia out..of:. oranges all'day* Our work is' said, was the."principal thing they three times a week fresh meat is serv- the north., One. is still in the hospital

Meredlta! "I want to give you a let- work for the watercom anr. They a total of, one hundred and fifty-nine better than the average and I have'no:i found fault with. ed three times a day. This is'when He has heart disease. He was

ter to'every man in authority underme had to be In. trencbes laying sewer in the camp. kick coming, Those- young ones go I Never Saved Money. the supply boats arrive. At other removed from the train on his arrival

to assist you in your investigation. pipes, much of the .time standing In Camp No. 8" is the nearest white back; to Miami, spend all .they makeon. I The question of food) 1>ply I inv sI meals sausage, tripe, cabbage, por. last December to the hospital; Every

If you will permit me. L will place a w.ater..iwhiCh' made It much! ,harder camp to Miami on the keys.. I reached -.- whiskey: ,. get locked :up and into tfgaited, in .all' .the. camps! and found rld.geetc.is served. When a man is thing special boat and crew at your command work than any we,ask,pur*men to,do. there at 11 o'clock and thus' had an-no end of trouble" I about' the same conditions and supply ill he is sent free of charge to' the but his case is hopeless.On .

with instructions to aid you in "On the Keys we,'employ negro la- excellent. opportunity t4. see and:, talk I;,i L I found every case of typhoid'fever':everywhere. Some of, the' men coming hospital at :Mlani.. If unfit for work the keys from Miami to Key
f very-way.W yeur..visit io,tie.camps.. hnr h' rlhji1)f. ai-.Jhere..the. with.;. l tiie.men,: as Jt was theft dinner -|i I. had'been removed .frOJIl.Ca: p\:t\o. 4. hers, should Inever have :come, as' when discharged from the hospital h West are more representatrvea of two

We are doing this'for the Inquirer be-!,men build the graded.":They: have to hour: Taken as a whole, they were:.This Js.due'.to; meipehirklng 'the;,' they -were .unfit-for hauL work., The. is sent home..by;"the company-at. their extremes than will be found In any out

cause.we wish" that journal to publish. clear the brush""and"work in water. a Very rdy-lcokng: lot of ]laborers.!: sanitary regulations] which the engineers -I majority of them had been in camp expensed of the way part of the coontry. The
the"Txaci-"conditions." J JYeu-rwH'-not--tlBlzawfl'H: : '"man' In piir There- was not one man on the sick : 'make every effort 'to ,enforce,I nine weeksand had only saved In the camps if a man is not sick millionaires sail in. and out of the

I accepted Mr. Meredith's offer of employ outside,, of the] anchor men list; 'in fact .the. .hospital tents _were both for their own:health and that of enough money to get back home..! and won't work, he gets nothitfg to ,,keys ,in quest of the game tarpon
the boat and letters, receiving the ion i the dredges, who, has 'to wet his'. empty in every'camp I visited, though the men under them. Gambling among the nselves is one i eat without he has the money to pay while on shore the laborer works out

right to describe without fear or favor t[feet. The anch '" men are" engaged there has been typhoid fever 'in sev- One of the Oldest Camps. of the 'evils. While' whisker Is,rigidly: for It, which is rare. If he quits and the transportation the railroad company .

anything I might see on my trip. He i i for this work, alone ,and get $35 a eral of the camps. These cases 'were Camp No.5. located on the west kept out of"'the camps bo'ats.from wishes to leave 'after a few weeks' furnished him from the north. A

gave orders for the :boat to be made' j! month and their board). Out of 159, removed at once to the hospital at I' shore :of Lower Matacombe Key, is I Miami and Key West land ,on the work he has to pay $1.50 to get to prominent engineer at Miami who has

ready at once. While waiting'! I i miles of work; only 17 miles is in Miami. one of the oldest camps. It was started -: islands ana keys at night and sell Miami on the company's' boat. If he visited both Panama and Florida

showed him copies of the Inquirer of swampy ground. This, _work, is done I' (Sanitary rules are strictly enforced j "tast.'Novemberj; ,At No. 5 there are, poor' whiskey' to the" then; who pay ,has no money and still persists in camps In the past month declares that
March! 11 and 12, :containing stories by :dredges that dig'.their own'channel at'all the camps. When the men had ,a-number ofmenrfronuPhlladelphia.; .as high as $5 a' quart:'for it. loafing he Is- sent out of camp free. the camps on the keys compared with

given out by the men who had return: and pile the -soil ph the line of the i finished their dinner I asked those They have many .comi>laints to make I The pay roll showed $14 to be the Upon his .arrival at Miami he ,has. to Panama are a paradise. The temperature -

ad home. gr de:. When: the 'wat r. .I IS.aU, out:; from Philadelphia to .step forward. The camp is infested with fleas and,1 average net amount received by each work, or the city authorities will take 'all the winter ranged from 55

After reading1 them' he said: "Outof gangs of men lever off the top{for the Albout thirty did so. ( told,these men vermin. Some of'the men showed me laborer monthly; him up as a vagrant. He will ,have degrees to, 85 degrees on the kaya.
5,500 mtn we started here fromew track. to rest on." 'I of the reports given out by laborers their bodies covered with :mark3. The transportation ch r'ge of. ?12.50 to work on the streets or if he gets

York:, Philadelphia and other I I' Off for the Camps. J returning home. I asked if anyone While they are-within fifty feet of a from Phildelphia is deducted grad- drunk and creates troufble, he finds 27-INCH CHINA 8L1K, IN ALL

cities,'not over'3,000 reached us.J As Mr. Meredith concluded I one of of thsm was being detained against: good bathing beach the engineers can ually from the. par, so,-a. man has to himself in the chain gang which. i,snow COLORS WORTH 75c. PER YARD

How Men Were Selected. his assistant announced that the boat his will or had to work under armed not compel them to bathe, and their work over three months to over the working Snake Creek, ten WILL BE OFFERED FOR 42%C. AT

'At the booking'offices in New York was ready soI left him., Upon arrivIng guards. condition Is' a menace to those who cost of transportation both ways if miles from Miami. This is where THE SACRIFICE SALE.F. .

and Phi'ade'phla- had on(. of our at' the dock the calbin power boat Each man replied that he could -do.-- he Intends tot quit: Many in this lot most .of the armed guard talk comes E. BRAWNER-S\
test men. 'Mr..E.. J. Trlay. He pass.Enterprise 'Vlth'few of four men leave any time he wished to and nev-.: WalkingBoss Richards is In charge only came down to. get out of the from. DEPARTMENT STORE.

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6t.ory* : 'of the '6lost) Interesting"Ieteorites) '


HE recent acquisition of that sma ks:of unre llfr,. but it seemsto teorite.did .not properly belong 'to the and Lewis exposition at Portland, Ore. race, the piatter was-settled amicably settlement.at Whale sound, Peary sawa landed at the Brooklyn navy yard.-
the famous Willamette have been done.. They were more land.on whichit was found, not:being It speedily became a center of interestfor and the wonder-came.into the market small natIve'knife which attracted his 'There it remained until it was taken tw
meteorite by the New than a week in making the return journey a part .of it and having fallen upon it scientists, and 'all the great mu- with an unclouded! title.--;;.The friends of attention. The edge was composed of the museum on a specially con truct. d
I ;. moving only, by night to avoid de- at,some period subsequent to the crea- seums in the world began ,to scheme to the Museum 'of Natural History were .five small pieces of iron. It was the truck drawn by thirty-five Perchsron
I : York Museum of Nat tection. tion of the earth. ,It was a knotty get possession of it. The only thing on the ground and were alert. Thus it only one In the tribe and Peary had horses.So .

.S 4 ural History adds All their effort to keep ,the business point. and the lawyers,found abundant that operated against one of the most was that :.Americans were spared the seen nothing to indicate the'pretence of far as known these three were the
17rm, 'greatly to that instI- secret proved futile.: It' leaked out meat in it to advance .some novel and active professional competitions ever humiliation of seeing.this strange aerial metal In the vicinity. ;He made' inquiries only meteorites in Greenland. They .re
tution's pre-eminence A ;.,r,. I but the old men shok their also the only ones ever found BO far
-. as a collector of these I I heads; not one of them knew aught north. They seem to be a combinationof

I Ponderous, natural wonders. It was already save that it was very old and had come iron and nickel with come carbon
from the "iron mountain." which they and are the most metallic of all meteor
in possession of the great Peary '
,1 would not locate. ites, unless the scientific
; I could not or explorations
1Ind. the*J -a"
rgeSt meteoric ,mass ever
: The explorer resolved to make a now progressing in Arizona shall uncover
mankind,' and this latest addition '
search for the mountain. After many something even more wonderful
( ., makes: the museum the owner of '&' weeks, on the northern shore of that Shafts are now being sunk in that
two of the three' largest Wteorltes,in the desolate body. of water known as Melville American wonderland with the intention

World, the third being 'In' Mexico. The bay, Peary came upon three of getting at the secret of Meteorite

scientific ya1ufof these curiosities is.beyond meteorites. They were known to the mountain, whose great crater is Relieved
compute intrinsic' value few Eskimos of the region as the Woman by scientists to have been tJt.
The is, r-4 '
cf : : : the Dog and the Tent> The Woman cavated by the mighty impact of the
GOuse: a matter of'BPecu14t1on. but :
and the Dog were brought to the largest meteor that ever plunged lute
$ome notion of Its 'reality may be: obtained i. :i United States in 1895. Peary loaded the bosom of the earth.HERBERT.
from the fact that the
museum them by'means .of hydraulic jacks and E. LOVEJOT. ..
authorities paid $!OIGOO for the Willamette : started southward.. On tha cruise home ..

meteorite a ,transaction made the presence of,the masses of iron affected -
Po sible by the generosity of' Mrs. tfI the ship's compass toeachadegree POCKET STATES-
William E. Dodge of'New York. : that in bad weather the sailors The .smallest principality In thy

This Willamette meteorite has made could not keep to"their, -course, ;Jsutjiad world Monaco.' It has an .army of
I Rood deal ot stir in the world. It was ", to. depend ,on dead reckoning; These 126, and there is,no conscription and jotaxes.
found in. 1903 by' a prospector named I ;::: 4 smaller meteorites were, landed safely The whole available ground Is
Hughes who was one day puttering F1 and.are now in the New'York museum built over, so there' Is no cultivation.The .
aimlessly -In- a forest near the little f- .4- "with their larger' companion. The.Woman principality includes Monte Carlo

Oregon village 'of Willamette and has a weight of six tons and the the gambler's paradise. It Is on account -

Sliced to strike his hammer against Dog only'one. of the immense sums left behindby

11 n unfamiliar object just,below the sur- I vI2. : I Ip.S But Peary was not satisfied until'be visitors to the casino that Monaco l.

face. 1J9 jumped to the conclusion at L :; S ; : tI SI had made an attempt to. transfer the not harassed by taxation.

?ce that he, had discovered ,a bed of r :?, d'; 4 .:' ,. _, gigantic Tent to home SQll 'He'was not Prince Albert L has not a very responsible -

we and proceeded to dig around it. _ __ t & sattsfled'ven. then for his first attempt position as ruler over six
Khe had excavated far enough toe _' .' resulted lirfailure, to- tear the monster square miles. He Is devoted to science
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that, Jt was a detached mass he .4. ._ from its icy bed of centuries. He returned and'is well,known among scientific! men
ro\ae",up his mind that he would re- 4 ___ .. .. ..'---- ', -, -- --. to.'the task with .largely 'Increased for his researches in marine biology.
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Ullt to his own Demises, about t fZ. 4 : facilities and ftnilly succeed'jn He derives an immense income from
tttay miles distant S t j the gaming house and the results large
inch by inch with his
moving the mass
.So he filled In his excavation, care- i powerful hydraulic lifting apparatus ]Iy benefit his people. His heir, Louis
tully destroYing I- 1 '- is his by his first wife,
-evidence of recent ,'.l J arid loading it on the deck of-the Hope. son Lady Mary
digging I ,
with L : Douglas-Hamilton.
'fhrn a coating forest litter. 4f I I -' When it touched the deck the Eskimos .
he returned home, confided his I ._: -.T who had helped to lcad'it bolted for the The empire of Germany contains a
.ecrct to nU young'son and announcedu13 T-1 a shore in great haste believing that it large number of "pocket" states under
intention of The stanch craft 500 square miles in extent One notabl
The securing the treasure. ,m TTX, MtTAomn: would sink the ship. ?
L"to"* enthusiastically into careened visibly'but soon righted her- example is that of Llp e. which has
thC scheme :and,promed to help all he 'western world taken self and the homeward voyage was be- lately sprung, into fame owing to the
.coudA: : ,njght! or two later the pair presently, ajj4 the! Portland:t.and company startling t* eories. some of them more known to' the scientific with'the world was the visitant to the gun. It was the most laborious .voyaga succession dispute. Prince George el

out in ,an ord1nyfarm wagon which oW 1ed\the tQreshiJ) -which theological than legal Finally'' the uncertainty connected owner overseas. treasure of the Peary ever made. The ship ftad to cut SChaumburg-Lippe and Prince Leopoldof
drawn by vezoY"\\'u' "-promptly demanded couit appointed a receiver, who took ship of the great mass. There was absolutely The other-meteoric ; Llppe-Biesterfeld both claimod bt
a team of undersea mules. the dlsc made, 'peyfihd, is the largest her way rough icebergs and the (
How they finally accomplished their a restoration :.pf the, treasure.Hughes.decUne1'topehl charge of the curiosity until Ita'prop- no opportunity to make an museum- the .discovered. It is about storms were so. violent' that it' sometimes -' vacant: thr ne. Though Prince George
< toward ultimate -
i possession of er status could be defined and'. therewas' actual beginning looking specimen ever had all the weight of the leaker's Influence
yuwng-a man and a boy and an Tn weight"and was brought seemed probable that the Tent
woinory pair of farm mules-Is still a the meteorite'amd the m.uer'wtnt into a'lun in the'proceedings. proprietorship. -Greenland by the would get loose and.crash through,the to support him Prince LeopoH
lIytcty.: How they uncovered' this court. The company.had no difficulty in During this period of legal jnactlon .. At'last iwwever after the representa- from the arctic exploring vessel ship's sides. Every man on Aboard, notexceptlng'the has won his case. His new tubjectc
** had the chief of vthe, mineral division7 the tives of the curators of foreign museums Hope Peary's,
el1tl 'mystery for
'ton. mass and loaded It on a proving that the'&Tt..i with the legaltagle One night about ten years ago. while intrepid commander, was are delighted they bitterly Mrent4
.","""in wagon and transported it,thlri been taken froni.it* property.: Hughesset geologicalsurveyborrowed the jneteoriUe I jiad. become disgusted withdrawn from the -pendixtg& ffw days at a small Eskims .relieved :when the unwieldycargo waa the kaiser's Interference,
1I: lsi without "contentiont8at the me- and put it on exhibition at the Clark ,and had
discovery. a puxzle 'up ; -. ,
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1 : reclamation work. The Steenerson bill places the entire tule; land,covered by eight or ten feet -cao'DUq
GREAT GOVERNMENT Create Thousands of Homes. management of the work: in''the of water, and..is to be drained and r.Obt
This plan of developing the inter hands of the Reclamation Service and converted into over a thousand farms. rW
the plan of operation follows very '
i4t nal resources of the country and The topographic branch of the Geological o <
DRAINAGE P.ROJECTS making' homes 'of' waste' place3 is by closely thai'branch the Irrigation.of the work Interior now being Department -, Survey engineers\ .-will be readyto J o Are You Planning to Remodel ? 'f
spendid in its scope; and-appears RPAS 'ly.l
Government lands ceded launch out into imme be' entirely practicable and profitable. i Indian lands and: private lands may drainage projects. If you contemplate remodeling your present
will be deserving of the praise of not Take, for instance, the'single example be included in -airy drainage project, Home now'or in the sear future, should
of the swamp lands: of the Kankakee but ia each- case the cost cff the Start With a Million! Dollars. you
Seventy Millions Acres in United only this but fnture generations. His '
R l River basin in Indiana and Illinois. the of Good is off tht
bill is practical extension of the old 'acres drainage: improvement is io be borne The fund provide by the' bill wouldbe study subject Plumbing. plumbing one

States Would Make Fine homestead Idea or rather perhaps, very Here richest are! some of bottom 400,000, lands,, but of sub-the by the can owner have of drainage the land provided and no settler for small as compared with the irriga t I happiest features-of modern. home. It not only contributes '
to the vast
an application areas .of
onr swamplands of the idea em- ject to overflow.' .. They' ,are worthless more than 160 acres, thus insuring tion fund-it would approximate. to the comfort and health of the occupants, but is a source:
t11 Farms if Drained. bodied in the national irrigation law. except where they have: been reclaimed -the division of ,the tracts into small a million' dollars a year and would of pride to the tw s. '
g There arein' the neighborhood of through expensive private farms which must be actually settled start off with about $$1,000,000 the receipts i
i4 drainage works, when they have become t J
100,000,000 acres of swamp lands in worth $100 and.: $150 an acre. upon.and. tilled from the sales !for the fiscal We r21; gUdlp discuj?
GREAT GOOD THAT WOULD RESULT the United States, some 70,000,000 of Work Already In Progress.. 1905 included but
.; Yet it is estimated by the Govern- year being on the plumbing with you ana
'" FROM PASSAGE OF REP. which nave been surveyed, and the ment surveyors and :engineers that This work the Reclamation Service I other hand the cost of ,drainage
the benefit of
3 great. bulk would make splendid the"entire system coula' be,effectively 13 qualified to do at this very moment would not be so great as that of irrigation. give you our
*! RESENTATIVE STEENERSON'SSWAMP farms it the excess of. water were drained at a cost in the neighborhoodof While preliminary an engineering, .. experience. Having in*
dtained off. $10 dollars an 'acre... The same can bureau' it has, in all its great irriga- > stalled modem
RECLAMATION MEASURE The Steenerson bill provides for be said of the lands of the Red River tion proJects, to detI directly with The importance of this work of < plumbing
I the beginning of the work of reclamation Valley in Minnesota These: include the farmer It must outline a .comprehensive wholesale drainage, in order to pro- ri systems in numerous fine I
-INLAND: EMPIRE OF THE. of these huge areas. The the finest grain and farm lands in drainage system for each yids homes for increased population : homes refer j
4 FLORIDA EVERGLADES.By measute is framed after the irrigation the northwest except that they are irrigation'project since there is as is scarcely second in importance I 1 Q we can you to
law; it provides that the receipts frequently overflowed. It :would be much danger from too much irrigation to the irrigation work. it .means that lki many satisfied customers.
from the sales of public land in th worth millions ofdollars to the as too little, and to do this the ten} of millions of acres of the most A little the j
knowledge on
non-Irrigation states shall constitutea farmers and settlers -. io would occupy -Service hag its own farm and soil ex- fertile lands imaginable, which has '
Guy Elliot Mitchell "drainage"fund to be expended by these lands in sma'l tracts to perts. Some of the irrigation pro lain idle for ages, may be converted I subject will be beneficial to .
,;l i The man who can provide homesfof the Government in great drainage have a perfect' system of' drainageprovided' Sects have distinctively ctainage: from dismal,.and pestilential swamps C r, in the selection of tie 1.j
industrious and strong-armed? citizens works, and further, that the cost of These extensive systems, features in fact are almost as much useless bogs into highly 'prosperous you
is a benefactor to the race. li f: such drainage shall fo.9 pro-rated however especially where they are drainage as they are irrigation pro homes to become the garden. spots of h best material and fixtures,
J {Representative Steenerson of Minnesota among the land benefited and paid interstate, seem to 'be' feasible for jects. In the Klamath project '136,* the nation: and in their proper location -
: '', caa push his swamp reclamation back by the settlers into the "fund" handling only by the general govern 000 acres, or more than half of the The Dutch have reclaimed vast
tae'asure; to enactment into law ha' to .be' ,used. 'over again. for. additional I ment. area of the total project, is rich areas 'in Holland from the encroachments throughout the souse.
t of the ocean. Thousands of H
If will l call to consult
; : you
families .
a : live and farm below the sea ."
t a y* i:: _- _-iii--i--- ::; level.. gaining feats of their engineering security by and' magnificent per .c' .. ns, we will 1 how
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.it i 0. '- you samples
{ sistence. They now contemplate the 1 .
drainage of the Zuyder Zee, reclaim- 3t8dajsF. Ware we

: SORE LUNGS ing some 1,350,000 additional acres I .; have in our.showrooms
of meafdbw land: American drainagein
I5..fm l tt most cases would be far more simple and quote* you ,prices, ".Steadawf Ware is the best plumbing I
1 F and less expensive; it is simply a material made-every piece is guaranteed Asi for pur illustrated .
When your lungs are.sore and inflamed from coughing, Question as to whether the nation V J
booklet Modem Home Plumbing. ,
.win seethe wisdom of setting Its .
1 Is the time when the germs of PNEUMONIA. PLEURISYand -
I handto', the work. [
CONSUMPTION lodgment and multiply. j
J .... Another inland Empire. WICKE & CO. t

i t = : In Florida the Everglades alone
almost solid muck beds-would afford -. t. _
foitsHoNLYMDi an: empire"of, some ,7,000,000; i _
acres 5 In New Jersey and Virginia .Cy .,. Ca.
are vast swamps. Among them the -
famous Dismal Swamp. In Illinois
which is generally regarded 'asa }
well-settted agricultural state, there
I ar9 4,0001)00) acres of swamp land; in I CONSOLIDATED GROCERY CO.
1 Michigan! there are nearly 6,000,000
acres. Fertile Iowa has-about- 2,000
I I OW acres of swamp land.x In }Jin.1Ef .
b stops the cough, heals and strengthens the"lun s. It con j[!O A;there at'etalmost001,000> acres! RAIN OiTl(1 BRANCHES.TttbonvtueFlorldi .

t tains no harsh expectorants that strain and irritate the I I f of rich surveyed lands, and hugeareas .\\1'I) Pensscolt.
,[ not yet surveyed. Arkansas 8&T&mIah. Tampa
lungs, or opiates that cause constipation, a condition that I
+ retards recovery from ',a: cold. POLEY'S-HONEY AND has tremendous swamp areas which

TAR is a safe and never failing remedy for all throat and could and not be in all drained there and is made a swamp habitable PAID CAPITAL$500,000

lung troubles.: ar a.in the eastern half of the United '

} 1 I The Doctors' Said De. 'Had Consumption Marvelous Curt States which is equal in extent to the The Consolidated Grocery Company iI iuooeesor to the C. B. Robe
great agricultural states of Indiana, Jacksonvilleth ;
Jacksonville the'Florid' Grocery Company, of
L. M. Ruggles;Reisoner-,- Iowa, writes: "The doctors said I bid con Illinois and Iowa, with three or four Company, of branch of the Florida Naval Store and Commission Compaw
sumption andT better until used FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR.It grocery
e Jai got no smaller eastern states thrown In. the branch 3f the Mutual Naval Stores Company
helped me right from the start and stopped the spitting of blood and the .It.the Steenerson bill demonstratesthat of Jacksonville! the; grocery branch of the Gulf Naval Stores Company, -'
Jacksonville grocery
pain in my lungs and today I am sound and welL the. Government: cad: transform, Tampa; ue grocery branch"of the Oa Naval Stores Company of pensaCOla;
Three szes-25, SOc $1.00. The 50-cent size contains two and swamps into fertile farm land and the grocery branch of tie Wert Coast Naval Store Company of Pensac
1 t __ : 1 +, one>half times as mtch as the small size and the $1.00 bottle that the settler or owner will pay the grocery branch o* the >Soutbera Naval Store Company, of SavaonaL
almost six times'as much. REFUSE SUBSTITUTES. back to the Government the relatively Will handle everything In Heavy and Light Groceries, Grain Corner:
small ;cost of, theimprovement: and' Imported ,GroeerleeTnrpentineTools,.etc 8t3t*'Asents for the Whiti
1KB Y : there seems to be no'rea."bn whythis'Work Hickory.Turpentine Wagons.
SOU RECOWERKO r of creation of value out of
worthless waste should not go on indefinitely

VV. A. D'ALEMBERTE. Druggist and Apothecary, >121 .S. Palafox t, Pensacola, more- and of rural provfcS population.? homes for millions I C M. 'COVINQTON MANAGER PENSAC'OLA BRANCH-

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But, a very large section of the army Lloyd Miller Park Hotel. Lloyd Blumer Althea Blum r, Annie Compare the correct answers with FURNITURE FOR
missed several Oarrle Davidson Warrington, Fla. Mooney Benjamin Robinson, Neelle yours and the last pictures and you'll
b COULDN'T C CATCH Two toys were evidently told how Bridget Di Lustre c'ty. Glackmeyer;' Everett Rice I see what's wrong with "1/4: and 5." 1 E. G. SEWEU ;
to spell "No. 5" as they give it "See- John Di Lustro,' city. As usual a number bt'coupons have RICH AND POORThis
signed but only La Grippe and Pneumonia. Phone 614.
lay. Mary Abraham city. more than one name
f Miss Kathlyn .Monroe. evidently did Edith parlse city. the first can be credited. Pneumonia often follows la grippe
,silver I .Andrew Byowncity. Received Too Late.Kathleea.MeKinnon ,{ but never follows the use of Foley's I morning's Journal contains a
not. euect. .to getthat "bright .. I
T THE E rUlllE dollar. as she.- only gives her addressas t', Nell West city,". .5."-\ ;5 ,:' "-?correct *answers LHoney and Tar.-: ,Itcures':, .. la grippei I full page advertisement for' the A GENTLEMAN'S SUITED WITH TASTE A IS BEST
Pensacola. ,But, she is entitled to Monroe Smith city. 'to the "Fish" puzzles ate postmarked -i i coughs and prevents pneumonia and RhodesFutchcomns'rniture Company
it and can get it ,by calling for it at Arnold Sarra, city. "Muscogee, :Mar. 24, 10 a. m."!\i consumpt;on. Ask for Foley's Honey of this city, and this is the largest
I Di 24, Received and Tar and refuse any'substitute of. furniture advertisement CERTIFIED CHECK5c
The Journal office. Camalla Lustro city. "Cantonment, Mar. p. m. i ever prInted -
Correct' ., answers to .the..American Tom King, city. Mar. 24, 6 p. m., Pensacola." Whose I fered.I Mr. G. Vacher, of 157 Osgood in a Pensacola newspaper.. '
ARMY statesmen puzzle pictures In The Journal Eunice Gerson Hotel 2mmbia. fault was that, Miss Kathleen? March''I St., Chicago, writes:' "My wife had a The ad. tells, partly, of the many CIGAR.
Sunday, March 25, were: Frank Barbare, city. 24 was Saturday and the puzzle page severe case of 'la 'grippe three years I large stores throughout, the country All the qualities ft flavor,aroma
I I Correct Answers. Alberta Reno, city. of The Journal was in type before ago and it left with a terrible operated by Mr: Rhodes, and of the color and soocwnaterlal ia
No. 1.-Hay. ,. Bennie Bernstein city. 4 your answers left Muscogee. When cotfgh. She tried'a bottle of Foley'sHoney many customers on their books. It is embodied In It.
!I No. 2.Lincoln. -., Joe Girl city. did you post them!, I i' and Tar and it gave her immediate worth reading, as it is interesting
Very Few of No. 3Webster. ( Susie Ketterer, city. Some one sent a list, through the' relief.. A 50 cent" bottle cured contains facts which every one should: A. Greenhut & Co. .
Nibbled No. 4.-Greeley., Dennis W. Eagan, city. P O. all correct but "No. 1, Hayae"i t I I her cough entirely Refnse substi read. DISTRIBUTORS, '
at the i No. 5.-Clay. '. Lena Sher, city. neithername nor address sigded,andpostmarked tutes.! W. A. lyAlemberte, druggist This firm has just made arrangements PENSACOLA. FLORIDA.
No. 6.-Jefferson. Hugh McKinnon city. 'Tesnacola, March 25,!|land apothecary. for additional store space anr1'they ...
velt Pictures No. 7.-Calhoun/ :Angus :McKinnon city. 1030 p. m." Whose fault was that? i are receiving car loads of furniture -
I No. 8.-{Franklin. Clarence Stokes city. Three correct lists were received I REWARD and it is offered as cheap as it
No.'9.-Monroe. Clara Stokes.,city.E. with nothing to indicate 'who or where| $100 ". could be bought anywhere. And as
Correct Answers Received. Gale Bonifay, Jr., Muscogee, Fla. they came from. Whose fault Is that?'j! The above reward will be paid for for easy terms well, just step *n and YOUWON'T
PUZZLE EDITOR CONGRATULATES Correct answers to last' Sunday's Pamela Lamar (no address) Letters and Comment i the capture and delivery to Yarn Bros.''ask a few questions and If you don't
THEM UPON RECENT ACCOMPLI puzzles were received from the following (Manuel Johnson city. !' Dear Puzzle Editor:-I have been,,,, & Co.'s camp, near Pensacola, of one buy it's because you have no use for
Bessie Henson. city. dollar and last week I colored convict furniture. They have furniture in
bright members' of The Jour trying for the Will Jones
SH ME NTS-MUSS; ;; K'ATHLVNI r nal's Puzzle Army:; '' Bessie "Ferryman, Crestvje"v,.Fla. .I did not see my* name in the"correct Description.Sex I every available design and all grades i
Anna Lisa Henrickson L city Nellie Clutter, city. I answers," and they were all right. I male; ,color negro; height, 6, They can furnish palace or hut, and
MONROE WINS "THAT HONOR I Virginia C. Walker city. Sirblette Johnson, city. i think" may ,be they did not reach you: feet 1,.inch; weight, 150 pounds,build, from kitchen to parlor. % *fc %
Jennette Farine, city: Clifford Reynolds Camden, Ala. i in time and. hope these will. I enjoy'medium; age, 23 years; carriage' J. H. Collins is the manager and
ABLE DOLLAR" THIS WEEK. Arthur :Johnson, city Harry Bayless city. :working: on the puzzles and hope I' slightly stooped; eyes, brown; hair he is a hustler. His idea is to sen
I Julia Johnson, city. Ethel Bayless city. will be the lucky one pretty soon. I I black; complexion, light ,ginger cake; furniture-no matter to whom or at NEEDI
The Puzzle Editor wishes to thank I, Boykln Hyer, city. Harvey Bayless city. an yours truly. Clara Wiley 22 Webb: forehead, low; .ears, medium; nose, what price., I
L'4 brave little puzzles for the lessons I Will ''Sam Barrow.city. Edwina Christie city. St., Hammond Ind. flat; mouth .large; teeth,, good; chin,
try teach in patient perseverence. Pebley Barrow, city. .Marie Christie city. Miss Clara, although 'your date Is round; neck medium; shoulders, F. & A. M.
They are an honor to themselves,' Carrie-' ((605 E. Salamanca.) John Christie city. Tuesday, Mar. 13, the postmark is sloping! ; length of feet, 11% inches. A regular communication of Pensa- MEDICINE
their parents and teachers and to The Aubrey Graham,- 'city Nadine Wilson Roberts Fla. "Hammond, Mar.: 14. 11 a. m/' and"I Marks-Small scar on right side of cola Lodge No. 42, F. & A. :M1., will
Journal A pluckier brighter and I Alma B. Parlln Carralbelle, Fla. (Frank Bond. city. "Pensacola, March 16, 5:30 a. m. back bone; small scar on right shoul be held Thursday night. All memo j\
Bertram Dannheisser city. Your did not reach The Journal der tlade small scar,on right arm be- bers
more interesting set of boys and girls; Amelia Cravens city. answers ; are requested to be present and (ltr
could not be found. I Mozelle Cravens city, Ed Brown, city. in time to be noted last Sunday. low elbow visiting brethren invited. By orjer of If you drink good Beer.It .
Phemie DuBose and Ed DuBose Dear Editor-This is my first trial 'aA.&A.Wi.S&CO.' i T. E. HARVEY, W. M.
Sheehan city,
They have wonders Joseph
accomplished : J' serves as a tonic and
lately. About the brightest thing 1 William Johnson, cjty.' Watkins no address. at"the puzzles. Hope I will win that 30mar2t. j B. M. SOLOMAN, Secy. drives
they: have done this week was to not Mary E. Eason.;convent. Honor List. big, bright silver dollar. Your, JohnH. I spring fever
"bite" at the very apparent "bait" In i Sadie BernsteIn.. city; The following !missed only one, sending Mims. jf away. If you want to be
";o. 3." HOW the Puzzle Editor longed Joe Gray, Jr., Bagdad Fla. 'eight correct,answers: Well, 'John H" you are a welcome sure that you are drink.
to Rarn them against that winning i Nathalie Robertson, Warrington,Fla Allie Carroll Coonle, Osgood Vera puzzler, and you did ndbly for ,a first.I PUZZLE ANSWER ,COUPON ing the right kind insiston
-l1ghted" smile in favor of those, Ed Swaine city., Irma and Kathleen Wheat Ruby venture. You'll 'see that shiny "cart..
Miler: "Webs" and the finals on that: Millie Swaine. city. Mattair Elmire Bell. Lettie 'Martin, wheel", just'as soon as some other't
Jilt case in "No. 3." But- less than Lucy Swaine.. city. I Richard and Maud Barker John Henry puzzler?doesn't .get it, if you keep on Aaron Must Be Written on This Coupon Bl&nk. N*
hata: dozen give "No. 3 Roosevelt." I I I Wm. McDonald Hagood, Spartan. Mlms, Goldie McBwen, 'Addle Carey keeping. on. Attention Win Be hid Those Mot Written On It. No ...
Good S. E. and Sammie Stewart C./ J. "Dear Puzzle Editor- Exception. tfcli. Rule.. .
for The JournaL Our soldier': burg S-C. J .... I
boyS and girls do not always "judge I Kathlyn Monroe; city, Helnberg, 'Mary Walden, Edmund I got 'em ihis time, '. REDHEART t
O.v and Frank lAnd I' 'em before to the puzzles in The Journal to-day ire as follows: .
from appearances." Abbie B. Munroe Quincy, ; Fla.: Corry Ruth Gentry, Jr., got My answers ,
A majority of those who missed only Callle 'Calvin,,city Lida Tippin Walton, Mac Hodgklns But got no dollar I h
Ce!! nve "No. 1" as "Hays Hayes Clara Giri. city. Alice P. Pritchard Minerva Jones, And that' made me sore. No.l r., '
name or Haynes." Nearly all the Regina Girl. city.. Annie R. Pfeiffer Thomas- Woodland .I'm very,young .... ,, ..
others Claryce Hirsch; Ethel McConnell, 'But awful sweet i
gave "No. 5 Patrick Henry i I William Lee city, ij
So send me that 'Dollar .' j
No. 2.
-- And I'll stand treat. I II >' t
: 'Your little friend, Lida Tippla Wai-. :
"' .1.1'Dear. JOe
ton. 3No. :
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iGiAx>wurwo a. x Puzzle Editor-This is the .

I first the time, year I have 1906. sent If I do in not the succeedI puzzlesfor No.4

It is to People of Musical Appreciation I wilt try, try again. I'am going: to '" BEER.
join the'army.. Yours respectfully, ., ... I
Grace: E. D. Eldredge. t
that our,Pianos appeal. They possess that tone quality that gives that m Puzzle' Editor:-I hope,I will' be No. s : : j
perfect blending with the human voice., The greatest care should be Ii lucky this week. I am going to join f The best lOc beer ever

your &rmNell1e F. Clutter. No. b-_ .... brewed. It is always
. exercised in piano buying., Do not allow ,anyone to ,persuade you to gi '.These two little ladies: are very ". 4 good, and always better
for inst rumcat is{ not desirable at price. welcome puzzlers,but each must comply .. ..
buy a cheap piano, apear;: any than all other lOc beers
I with the rules and write their answers No.7 .. .., .
'on separate "Answer Coupons." . . . '. and many 15c beers.
Every Piano We Offer is Bargain Iii .Dear Editor-This: is my first answer ,, .
s a and I hope It is correct. I am I No. a .. -
;! 110t.tr.xtng,to get the correct answers -
because of its quality and low 'p rice and "pay/ "youxlike" plan for,the money that is In It 'but to cultivate No. 9 _---- ; .: .

It Kranich & Bach, Packard. Lester,'_CaJsellf Clutter. Sheet music at pubs II : ,Jphnson,my brains., Chipley Yours, Fla.truly, Marvin 'I ,. :1 LewisBear&CoSole i

lisher's prices. You're the man we're looking- for, No. 18 .
:..Marvin. More money comes to the '
Ol ut end Largest 114.116 S. Palafox St. i cultivated brain and a cultivated brain NameStreet : Agents,
; Musle Houleln Clutter Music House PhonelbPENSA can get more satisfaction out of one .
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r lorlda ,dollar;than the uncultured brain can No. Pensacola, Florida.rIYHE .
W. B. E. CLUTTER. Sec. .. .
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r7 Mrs. George Brown Bradshaw wife We've Cot a Swell Line This Spring

( i' of lieutenant Commander Bradshawof ':,';-_ ",, -. MME,. ..::.. 1 .. '
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the U. S. S. Kentucky, is in the city .. ,' S'tif \'" >..
on a visit to relatives and friends .' ; HAT'S THE USE waiting? Ccm :
.guest of her sister and brother-in-law, ;
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Howe, on __ .f!!! f"W on, buy now, and avoid the

:North Barcelona. weeks till will
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Mrs BradshaT as Mrs. Alfredo ( : t!
1 : for the Easter sermon, and
be dressing
Bierck was a charmin'g and popular 'iI. up
rg) member of local society, and her I.a. .', p it's a new pair of f low quarters you'll ,be

hosts of friends regret that this, her needing. MEYER'S is the logical place: to _...: ..
1' first visit home since her marriage,'is \ }' '

'r to be so brief. ,,. c\x\\\v\ rcu buy them. We've got the largest stock in .: t.'
and Mrs. Brad
?I :- shaw Lieut.have Commander""been the personal recipients Florida and, the styles are right i jam-up to 'i,;%. .- .

i$: j, of many beautiful social attentions what they ought to bs. There's individualityin A ij1: ;< \

<' a during their season in Washington every pairs See the new styles in the i/iJ;. ;,. lI.
4 in addition to the many official > ': :
ri ... windows for ladies and children then f. ::. :."::: f .
functions 'at which they were guests .-f! .' men ....:..: --

', Including the president's. reception to i.vjt: .\:. come sit. and try on the pair you ,like best} if 'r..,,":.." ..:!:, ..;.: t. ?ft. WS3$& 'tV
the Army and Navy. 1:' .1jf'.y"'
r Sirs. Bradshaw will leave New Orleans 'k i-:.;.:. ,.....: .'- the please 1 yOU, why,. keepfthemfif not, why, r': .:!:;;. .,: ,.-f-: ," -Y ..". ,1'1. .

J .i April 21, going from here a few2ays ....-.:: =1_:.'. '.:. ..:'.."f. we will try you the next time, l-: ). '-..-t:<.::....:. ;;\: \';;;:\.i.:....:;:.....-l"" .. .
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>TWO SAD MESSAGES FOR .. _.._ .. ,

VWR.Rev.AND George.MRS-W.CARPENTER.Carpenter *M **'fa A :."""=___ ___-- ,'u'l._. ..__,__ .. .' _" __ T'- .-. --.'-_- .._..-- --. _,... -.....!...;"-.. -", li1rgD-'-,

will: have the sympathy of all who -
i'know: them, for they have hall tus_t
1 tfull( measure of sad 'news in the last t
13 ICI 'few days. o DON'TWA'STE: STAMPSEvery

a ?IFlrst came news of the death of iMr.'Carpenter's .
t ', grandfather; Mr.: William letter or package, you send out with too much posta--
Ftrlbam at his home in Tolono, Ill. 1 thereon means' money wasted. Our letter and package scar '
) Mr. Pulliam had spent several winters ghows at a glance how much is necessary to carry package

in Pensacola has "+ cu'PlE five different rates. $1.50'
and many warm noel YOUYF t1AO YOUR 4otric nOST AySufiE '
4 friends here who will Sincerely. mourn 'FEED. I WANTYOUTO TO CHURCH. l Y, ftYDET-'
11| his passing away. BtrUlvER ISERET0MERT1o.3o THIS NOTE AREN'v'iou-1)fA 9 (TlteRes ,Cloe's oo] tor.
He was eighty-nine years" old and NOtE NOw
f:t4 'Was the father of Mr. John, Pulliam, SETS SNELt Phone 295.. 213 South Paths Street, PsosacoyDIAMONDS

and 'Mrs. Sarah Carpenter of this city, MORNINGMOUSE FROCK ..""'I ':; : :>;:U''''''' ''''''''''T:' '''''''''''''-",=:.r" 3i ZZ'''' i
and of }{rs. Mollie Williams, wife of '
Il, the manager of the Escambia= County The old-time calico or percale morning ed and the sleeve turned up over the -
I' Poor farm, all of whom will have the wrapper'is fast giving way to the elbow. The skirt isra five-gore\ pattern 1IoM'.f ; $'$ Hf.o -::a ##* i *#* i- I

sympathy of a wide circle of friends house dress,built In two pieces,waist finished with -a' hem and a six- | ; WATCHES :
1 and acquaintances. and skirt, and either sewed or buttoned .Inch full foot ruffle, put on .with a narrow > JEWELRY,

4, Following close upon the news of together at the waistline, beneath heading. Then'"button-holes are I CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES, BRONZ3ES l;
; Mr.. ,Pulliam's death came a message the narrow stitched belt Here thewaist worked in the band of the ,skirt and
r /1announcing the accidental and probably is the plain style, buttoned i buttons sewed on the band of the STERLING SILVERWARE, I

( fatal shooting of Mrs. Carpenter's straight up the .front to the attached waist. This arrangement'will be much ART 'POTTERY OPTICAL GOODS |
$ cousin Mr. Earl Wagoner, of Ligonier, turnover collar, the sleeve the regulation appreciated by the Taudress"who; finds ,
''+ Jnd. bishop with a' narrow stitched the one-piece frock"no end of annoy CUT GLASSWARE. *

I Young Mr. Wagoner and threte boy and buttoned cuff which may foe open- ance on ironing day a'Fp

j friends were In his[ room examining --- i
ta: Ms gun which he told them was not i -
} x loaded. One of the young men pick. feared fatal wound. I as there are days; between'' Easter Nom potnv( ,}ps s sAr Bass- 1 Engraving and Fine Stationery. *
As no further word had been received airs. Fred O. Howe' is' expected wtpf' fUS8ANp7 TILE BEST f FERCrOT DAt :
ed 'the
gun up pointed it at him and 1-e 7ExCLfSE \\t
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last night more favorable newsis tocsmte from NewOrleans :early- this 'waa fRon YET s F 1 -
fired, the shot entering Mr. Wagoner's e ID T'SAT SfWT *
: week.
side making a dan'gerous and it was hoped 'for today. 'ITvp i *
: -+- Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention.
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& HOME MISSIONARY TO Mr. C. W. Hagfrman leaves Tuesday
on business. Mrs.: Hagerman ex -----
} ,.... recta to leave Wednesday for an absence -
j4 Home Missionary Society will of two months, in New York. i
Eadek ;
? meet in. the Gadsden M. E. church Her neice Miss:Harris arrived Tuesday te E1. 0. Jewelry Co.
iirM Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Members and will visit the family'for ssveral ; MOBILE ALA. :
7 please remember. months. ,
CUTICLE .' : + i: J i- $RHH1l j.,,
Miss Green of Louisville, Ky., who '
t Two of the numerous weddings ---:
has been ,the attractive guest of Com: booked for "after: ,Easter," promise to .- -
mandant and 'Mrs. Berry-at the navy i
have more romance than usually falls
yard leaves Tuesday, for home. Mrs.I even to happy: lovers;. Two of theparties r The Tonic gaS01
mother has but
Berry's gone i live out 'ol town, ,one out ol
and charming young woman has arrived -
the state. As 'a result of a wager
< SOAP on a visit to Mrs. Berry. i they "traded" sweethearts 'on Valentine .r, .I

I evening "for' .a month. Now-
'A number of. oung society peopleare \ tlasArri ved
a. arranging give a play--possibly 4.I'
Mrs. Wiggs-on April 30. If they .
{a do the personal if nothing more will three of tEe quartette are willing to ed from a delightful visit in Mobile\
r Reduced from "pack the house." I stay "traded," and don't understand where she has been the guest of her -

i why the "Quarter" won't make it cousins the Misses Ollinger for two Don't neglect to build up } nr,, ***
James, the nine years old son of unanimous, as the trio says it is only months. Miss Ahrens spent last ,
60 Centsto Mrs.: William Bazzell, Is very ill and c fear of what others will say that's week in New Orleans. -. tern in sprIng-likely run down '
S his brother, Mr. Freeman Bazzell, hanging" the new and final arrange- winter-to fortify it against tb '!
purser-on Mr. Morton Plant's private ment. All four are agreed that t the Best. .Ever Made. Blue Rbbon: .::
yacht the Venetia which is now on double wedging'' is comnig off but- Vanilla'"and Lemon. Absolutely pure,! tering stress of summer. B-'

the south Atlantic coast has been notified which will marry which has to be goes.tvtice as far as other kinds and n& you know, or we know, is a i t- ta h:" ,r
i and is expected to arrive this unanimous, they have also agreed. I the flavor is perfection. .t t
morning. I two of our Ironola. As we ma '

; Miss 'Beck of The Journal is pleasantly -I MONDAY WE WILL SELL YOU x ,, ourselves we're confident of i is; ; ''f'
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Marsh are receiving located at Mrs. McBavids' 310, ,10 YARDS SCOTCH LAWN FOR 35c. ;
30 Cents felicitations upon the birth West Gregory wher she has her own- ty, its purifying, blood-cleans'ng! y.a1'
Thursday' afternoon of the hand.. private phone in her room, .just as 1tles.Hooton's .
iiiIli somest junior deputy in the Federal she had in her sister's home, ana! the E. BRAWNER'A
court service. I same number669." I, DEPARTMENT STORE.

Per Dozen Cakes The many friends. of Mr. John C. Sunday and Alpril .30, and local clergy: BASEBALL: AT FORT Pharmacy
BrosnahanTwiirtie learn tHat men's wives will all be able to ,
ghd to BUY THE -tf s'fl! flqur BARRANCAS THIS AFTERNOON '
III though he has been confined to the ish in new spring bonnets. That'is- -

house for the yast week,-'he is able, I When you buy groceries, insist r.ow. what do you spose the celibate A picked! team, ,representing the
'enjoys best. Impure clergy do with their feast I The Birthplace. I of Delivery
A delightful toilet to and j seeing, Ms- friends- on havlng"th, e marriage city, and a strong nine of Fort Bar. Prompt
and adulterated food is 4Mr.
rancas, are to meet this afternoon on.
Dr and.Mrs. L. C. Philips of 10 dangerous. Really good, fresh, E. H. :Dennard returned: Friday the diamond this afternoon. The Phone
i article which you North Palafox: :, are rejoicing over"the pure groceries cost O more from Mobile on a visit to his wife Pensacola team will be exceptionally
birth Thursday of a healthy and than the other kind-If you after an absence of four months.. -- ::::
strong one. The pitcher, Switzer -
4i' will enjoy and continue handsome! ten_ found! son. t make ,this your _grocery .store formerly played with New Orleans
Clyde the eight years' old ,son,:of
'Mr. Celestine H. Gonzalez and family ASPARAGUS. Mr. and Mrs. Alec Whitwill is'now and he will receive good sup
to use'after i NEW LAUNDRY
Whole small The Barrancas team is a METHOD
Asparagus ( cans port.
hav.removed to 416 West Greg- improving after a seige of J>lood--
k; ory where they occupy the residenceof Extra 'Choice-g'ips--35e. poisoning and undergoing a surgical. strong aggregation and a good gameis ,_
t you have once tried the late Judge Bonifay. Whole Asparagus,:large cans, operation. expected. This game may lead to .
: i 50c. a series between the two teams. The E. w. LaivEJYcE. Proprietor. Mm 3 Witt Komn St PliO" 181.
'k. '
: si itSol firs H. -Dell received: a sad mes- French Peas, "extra fine,25c.. '}fr. Clifford Fulgham has gone :to line.up will be as follows:

sage Thurs 'ay announcing the deathof FRENCH MUSHROOMS. reside in Jacksonville where he .his Pensacola(Mitchell, first 'base;
t1 her brothetMrU'ames. Kelso ,at gone into business. While regrettinghis Sanchez, second base; Moore, shortstop PEED MELLEN'S C"ICKfEE
his home in Langton, Ontario Can Small size cans.u.:;... ...15c departure his many friends wish ; Scholls right field; Smith
ada. Mrs. Dell has the sincere sympathy Large size ......,. .25c him all sorts of prosperity in his..new, 'catcher; Bell left field; Griffin third '

Cahn & CO.Th. ,.of. her..friends.iMrs. .. ''I : :: : home.. 1:l base field.; Switzer. pitcher; Bergin center I To your newly hatched brood. Why fill their

Keyes who is visiting hermotherJriF I .. The friendsl.of, Mr. and_3Irs. C.-.H.- 'Barra\lw-Karno. first base; I little:crops with meal or other soft feed that
'rnald.lelt. Friday'n Burgoyne of ';13. West Garden, will Miller, second base; Ward, short stop; '
Pure Feed Store, a two weeks visit to Mrs. Fred Frere be pleased to learn that their 'little Blggersfell! right field; Restan, catcher a soon packs and sours, causing many fatalities,

t \ la Gulfport. Miss! ROSENRU&GERELDS$, son Caleb has recovered from his."recent ; Mundell, left field; Baxter third I when...a..mfeture of 20 kinds of seeds and grains
Southwest Corner Ptltfox tad lnt adenda illness base; Wedgick, pitcher; King, center
Captain Turtle's family leave town The > field. will furnisl. } all that nature requires to make

17B' this week to spend the summer 'at Ft. Fancy-Grocers, Mr. Palmes Kelly who was shot on them thrive." .
Pheassi t
480 Barrancas. Thanksgiving day, is at last -able,tc I MONDAY WE WILL SELL A. F.
-.4-. Phone 351.Peueacelaj be about, discharged by his surgeon.Elizabeth ., GINGHAM: 10 YARDS FOR 89c.
if If rumor is trustworthy there will 4 F. E. BRAWNER'a Telephone F. S. MEllEN 6 CO. No. 334
be'"'ag- many new households started Miss Ahrens has retcrn-. -.,. DEPARTMENT STORE.


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Qday? Tu.esday'.an.d: "Wedrtesclay: A/pril &, 3 and 4:

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I The most_ magnificent.array-1 of myriads of mystifying bargains ever gathered; under one roof await your inspection. Price-wonders that beggar '

description and stagger belief. Everyone knows that an article from this store bears the stamp of .fashion's approval, hence thousands will be interestedn

e wonderfully low prices. -

REMEMBER, all articles wo advertise are just as represented and are- unmatchabls in values. Any purchase made during sale not proving

satisfactory will be exchanged .
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-Below, We Quote a .Few of the 'Thousands of Bargains Included in this. Great Sale

The G-reatest of A.1t.:; Easter Offerings

Dress Goods Department. 75c values only.. .. .. .. ...49c &-4 Unbleached Sheeting, only.. ,.19c som Shirts, $1.00 values only..79c 20c Figured( Carreaux Organdies

Ladies' .Waists, 75c values, only..49c One lot Oriental Laces, 15c and 50 dozen Men's Negligee Shirts, Wash Goods Department. only.. .. .. ... ., 12 jao
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Black and Navy Mohair. 4ftc( qualLadies'. Waists! $1.25 values only 98c 20c() values I only.. ?. .. .. .. ,lOc ?5c'values, only.. ? .. .. .. ..50 0 .Per Yd.
.. 35c
ity, 36'inches wide only. .r ,25cHooks Eyes, per card.. .. .,1c Embroidered Ginghams, only 20c
10 Newdane Cloth,-In black Safety Pins, per card .. .., ,.3c One lot Corset Cover Flouncings i One lot Men's Guyot Suspenders,
pieces ? ? 20c Figured Organdies only.... 10c 20c all .
Crepons ,
and colors. 39e values only.25c Pins, full papers per card.. ? ?1c worth up to 35c 'only.... .. ... .25c 25c values, only.. .? .... .'0 ...19c ? colors only.
Black Melrose :Suiting: 69c value, Silk Garter Elastic, per' yd 'only lOc '100 pieces Valenciennes Laces One lot Men's and Boys' Night 25c Inured Organdies, only.. ... 15c loc White Organdie, yard wide

only. ... .... ..... .. .. ..49c Hemmed Pillow Cases only.. ? 9c worth 33c dozen only. .. ...25c Shirts, 75c values, only.. .. .50o 39c Silk Organdies only-. .. ..25c only.. .. .. .... .. .. .-..._.10c
Black Pan.ama. 38 inches wide 81x90 Bleached Sheets only.. ..48c One lot Erntoroideryand' Insertions 20c Mercerized Taffeta Tis
.. ,, ,..49c 15c Huck Towels, .. .. One lot Men'sSummer, Underwear, Fancy 8c value White Lawn only. ? .5c
65c quality, only. ; :;, only" lOc 15c and20c values, only.. .,lOc
Black Armure, 3S inches wide, '$1.25 White Bed Spreads,:. ..99c 100 Ladies'' Walking Hats .$u 1.50 .5 Swc values ?J 1y': .. ,. ..25c sues only.. H... .. .. .... .12/e 15c value White Lawn, only....lOc

75c quality, only. H .. .. ..57o Bleached. Table' Linen.. .. ? ?..25c and $1.75 values;:;, only.. .. ..$1.19 One lot Boys !Summer Wash lOc Dress Zephyr Ginghams only 6/2 I c 15c Figured Piques only. .. .10c
10 pieces Fancy 38.inch'Eoli, Bleached Mercerized Damask, only 49c One lot Men's White Pleated Bo (Pants, 25c values only. ? .19c 20c Figured Swisses only.. .. .15c loc Dimities only... ? .. ?..!0c


100 Ladies' Skirts, in Panama and Brilliantine, Blue and Black only H4.OO quality ,for 33.29



Remember this Sale Will Positively Only Last Three Days. Sale Opens Monday Morning April Second at 9.00 a. m. Positively No Goods Will Be


Charged at Sale. Prices. We Sell What We Advertise.LOUISUI'IIAN. .



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...:+:...: et.;...:...:+:+:+:+:+:+:+:+:+:' +:+)+. :...:...:...:+:+:.. ,' per cent more than: in this country.If ba, when looking for a field where
V 1' Morris DannheisserFormerly you want to'purchase a horse or they 'can better their opportunities ,. eea2aeaae2ia aaaaaeaaeaae
mule in Cuba you must pay two and and circumstances by the growing of )
three prices for it,, and the same is fruit and vegetables. The people of J
COMPARED WITH of Dannheisser Bros.)
j i CUBA I Ii (
l Pure Old Rye'and Bourbon Fine true of cattle. Cuba is not the place Florida ought not to listen to the I
; of moderate A flattering and false reports which
for those means. : ;
| THE LAND OF' FIOWERSl 4A I Wines, Beer ana Tobacco.! great many have tried ,it, but few are being systematically! circulated J AnnouncinSpring Our
j Old Hickory Whiskey MySpedalty have succeeded. "will venture the throughout the United States in reference t
assertion that for *every American to the island. The opportunl- "
'' .1., i 12 W. Zarragossa Street who has gone :to;Cuba, for the pur- ties In Cuba are for those of means "-, 'ftJ

t Floridian," in The Industrial Record* '.. : PENSCAOLA. FLORIDA. .pose of raising- ..friut'and vegetablesten and not for those who must dig their
..' have failed outright to every one living from, the soiL :, a. Footwear m

:':...:...:.+<.t.:..,:+:...:+:+:..:+:...:...:+:+:+: 3NN: +:...:...: ?& *$ 'i '$ $?*J, who. has made even. '. a modest success Don't Complain. f)-I ,

j PIANOS AND ORGAN I :* None Susseccful.I If your chest pains and you are unf tllou're
During the past few months there bors of these Americans in Cuba to I CASH OR EASY TERMS. have seen Americans at Guines'able to sleep 'because of a cough. Buy fj .
lave appeared in the press of the: compare with the results which have e All Piano Work Guaranteed. .' ar Santige da las Vegas at :San a bottle of Ballard's Horehound Sy- > invited!1i
tnited States, and especially that,: been attained in Florida In' the same;: 3' CLUTTER A, RUSHING, Cristobal; Guanijai, and! other placea rap and you won't have any cough. 1))
part of it devoted to industries elab-i f vocation. There is everything in fa-7 i 12 EAST GOVERNMENT ST.. fail and I have yet to see one who Get. a bottle now and that cough will t!1J Our New Spring Shoes, Oxfords, Ties, N
crate articles setting forth the great]i;vor of Florida. In., the first place, PHONE 476. H Bas made a success' ..- of farming in not last long. A cure for all pulmonary J.t
savantages of Cuba as a place to the soil ot Florida is better adaptedto Cuba. diseases Mrs. J- Galveston J etc. are holding a Reception and they N
grow citrus fruits and early vegeta- the growing of citrus fruits and $ $ $ I have noted' again that these re- Texas, writes: "I can't say enoughfor I ,ru
ties for the United States market.A early vegetables 'than is the soil of I h---. ports which I have-referred to have Ballard's Horehound Syrup. The i earnestly solicit a call from YOU.
study of these articles brings out Cuba. I will grant .that the soil of aic&pted' to this plant, for whll3 the dwelt. upon the possibilities of Cubaas relief it has given me is all that is X oJ Lt .
t he fact that they have been written Cuba is mch'' richer than that of plant itself thrives, the fruit is not a country in ,which to grow rich necessary ,for me to say." Sold by I They'll be delighted to welcome you Nat
by the active and live real estate; the' state of Florida.. In fact there is what it ought to be and does not carry cultivating tobacco and sugarcane. all druggists t i .
.gents who have been 'profiting by:hardly any1 comparisons The soil of like the Florida product., It.is the There is a fortune to be made from any time you find it convenient to ft:
the {influx of Americans to Cuba. Asa Cuba is the richest on the Western same with the several other vegetables -sugar culture, but it takes a fortuneto VOILES, IN ALL THE FASHIONABLE i
matter of course they have, been'hemisphere; This. has teen stated which Florida is growing\ for start. You cannot grow sugarcane t i come. NIJ
the northern markets. i' in Cuba to profit unless you do SHADES, WILL GO FOR 8% .i
written with a view to inducing'pea .
tle to locate in Cuba and to buy land. and study there of are: soils those'Yho'.who eIatm have that man'ea this i i Fruits Compared. so. on. an extensive scale. It is the CENTS AT THE, SACRIFICE SALE. J; The styles are very handsome and fU

There is not the slightest doubt but is a fact. ; But, }It is, not: adapted to I But what about fruits?_ Did you same with tobacco, but in the case of Cu-of THEIR VALUE TS 10 CENTS. I IJ. .' tU
that there are great advantages ever pass the Gomes block in the tobacco It is not every acre BRAWNER"S
F. E.
the of egg plant
growing tomatoes f
awaiting tha farmer and fruit grower great city of Havana and stop at the ban land which is adapted to the
celery okra cucumbers and the like. DEPARTMENT STORE j Be Pleased Tom
In there is
of tobacco. fact They
in Cuba, but these advantages are It may be that it; is-ted rich for these stand of the orange vendor, If you growing the island
not such the pictures alludedto have, you have noted that he has but a ismall portion o
as pei but the:fict remains that they
crops for the cultivationof Escambia Lodge No. 15, iF. & A. M. f
I without the which is desirable
in acid peeling
describe. I spent three years ,, the you oranges
In .
Cuba, visited part of the island} cannot ba grown have been and after you have tasted the fruit tobacco and that has bean taken'up Regular communication of l'1 Receive Your AdmirationYou'll
every with which they 'pj
Spending several days in nearly success in Florida. you have readily detected the differ by the trust long since. The great A Escambia Lodge No. 15, F. & 1).1 8
every city and village from the west- and are l eing of growja Cuba is adapted to ence in flavor between that and the corporations which are engaged in A. !f., .will be held Monday
While the Boil '
The Florida the, manufacture of sugar and cigars evening April 2nd, at 7:30
to Florida orange. orange
en, of Pinar del Rio province of which
the extreme east of Santiago de Cuba the cultivation in' Cuba; crops and 'whIch have are has the flavor which cannot be coun it Cuba have: about monologized all o'clock. Visiting brethren fraternally find everything, that's new in ruft
Province I went to Cuba after years common grown there forcenturies, I do terfeited. There is no comparisonwith the lands which are available at this invited. J.if '
been made. time. I f C. D. BEYER, Footwear, waiting to greet you. NU
spent in Florida and after I had not believe! that Cuba can ever compete the Cuban orange to be .
rent some of that time in growing with Florida. She: may be situated The Cuban orange is too sweet,. insipid -, la conclusion I desire to state, W. G. IXAILEY.. W. M.: ,U Don't the new Shoes for tura
vegetables for the northern mar- farther from-tiie-rqst line but and has not .the substance to that there are a great many opportunities -r Secretary. disappoint
kets. I visited a great'many Americans this will only+ t>3 an advantage for recommend! it as haG the Florida awaiting the investor in Cu- I they're expecting) a call from you. N
who were endeavoring to make certain years,: and history is sufficient orange. It is the same with the other ba, but the investor who seeks to New Suits Filed. r 8
honey by growing fruits and vegetates to prove.that these years are to citrus fruits, and it has teen given take advantage of these opportunities r Come.
to supply New York' and 'other out in Cuba that the cultivation pf!will| need money and a great cyil of The.following new suits were filed ff
cities in the north.In bo exceedingly'"scarce.: .s scan i tomatoes in the grapefruit which is becoming. fso"popular I it, 'before he can hope to succeed. : yesterday in the .office of. the' clerkof q roI
I have grown throughout the United .States Then he cannot hope to succeed the circuit court J.
Favor of Florida. Cuba. At :the first Jhe plants bear fruit and T. L."G n4as assignee of T. N.
is a failure on the island because it while competing with the _
But I am frank to say that I have well,and give great promise: but later: cannot: toe grown with the success vegetable growers of this state. Strickland! for letters of discharge,
'.e ier seen any results from the la'It is made evident. that the'soil is not:I which attends the cultivation of. this Floridians ought not to consider Cu- '.petition; E.. D., Beggs, attorney for I i BOSTON SHOE STORE 0
I'I crop in this state. plaintiff.S. f
: I I The people of Florida ought to M. Gonzalez vs. City of Pensa-!"
Every piothet feels a read witn a great degree of.;car all j cola! damages $500; Avery & Avery, THE HOME OF GOOD SHOESaaaaaaaaaaaa rJ
great dread' of the painanddangerattendant reports which they receive in refer-j LAZY LIVER attorneys for: plaintiff. rc
Dub M-I IDe ence to Cuba as a desirable slaeeof\i Louis Jack on vs. Lula Jackson bill A t
g upon settlement There are opportunitiesin : for divorce; Scott,. SL Loftn.. solicitorfor aaaaaaaaaaaasa
the] most; critical periodof Cuba. In fact for those who,have ."I find to complainant! : '. \j
Cascarets 10 rood thai I would not > ,
abet life Becoming the capital there are fields there without them. I was troubled a gnat deal with ;.
a mother should be, a source of 1 joy to ,all,: but. the, suffering and which are tempting in the extreme.But torpid Caseareta liver Candy and Cathartic headache.1 feel How very since much betterI taking A BABY ---: ;-,+ -"--

:iger Incident to the ordeal makes its .antieipatioa! one of mIsery. Cuba is not the place for the .shall certainly recommend them to my friends should be; sunshine in thj home and
You cannot build aliouoe a the test "
pcor man. medicine I have ever seen.
s Friend which relieves women, tbe great will be if you give it 'White's Cream
IS the only remedy in Cuba to serve with degreeof Atna Basinet.Osborn Mill Ko.Z.Fall Hirer.Mass.PUuant
Pew cad danger of maternity; this hour which is'dreaded as woman's comfort without you expensing any thou) Vermifuge, the greatest worm medicine Don't You Need, 'a Carriage Shed?
humanity. !
offered suffering
se":rest trial is not only made painless, but all| the danger is i avoided; sands. In this country, if you deslra best For This ever remedy is to becoming the permanent -- or a- ehed'for thewagon and farm implements? Protected
k7 its use. Those who use this remedy are no longer"des .ndent or to go into the fruit! and vegetable The bowels fixture of well! regulated tom the :weather they will last longer and perform'
1 conditions are culture you can build a house :for a moresatisfactory service.
gloomy; nervousness, nausea and other distressing households mother with children

Overcome, the system i is made ready for the..coming. event. and the few you hundred well ana dollars give, ,you which every will degree serve can't get aloQg without a bottle ofWhite's We Want to Furnish the Lumberas .
serious accidents to the criticallwur comfort something 'Cream Vermifuge in the weij'as! the nails and other hardware necessary in Its
so common of But that is )
Mother's _There culov CATnanfc hound., It {iIJ. the purest and best medicine -,reetlon." 'jnrtig may t>9 had for $16.00 siding $10.00
are obviated 'by the use of which cannot be done in Cuba : j "
Fri end. "It is worth its weight in gold,". M0,h' r's you must spend thousands if you desire -i ,that money can buy ?hilg! :ei,: $1.U.. and $2.25 and wire nails on a $:U5 base.
a house which will shelter you! t '
fays many who have used it. fl.oo per :. ,. ,' and afford you an adequate. place of MONDAY WE. WILL SELL MEN'S Mill
bottle ,Palatable Poteat.Taste Good.DG Good. Sauttdfr$ Company
at Book containing
stores. KALF
drug .
abode. "Everything: you eat in Dubai, Kerer Sicken Weaken or Oripo.We.2Xo.5te.revel BLACK FULL ,
Valuable information of interest to all women, will whether it be vegetables. 'grown .old in talk. Tbo rename tablet ataaped,COO.Quaranteea PAIR OR 75c. O02EN. <
back.; HOSE AT7C..
to care orrrar money 21 East Garden Street.
fce sent to any address free upon application top f' 'r'end. I where the' claims for raising them .are Sterling Remedy Co.,Chicago or N.Y. Got : .F E.: BRAWNER'S Phone 717.
I so great or whether ,it ha _meat _ori _.,,
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REo'(4TOR ,00 4 cereals_ they cost you at least :fifty''! ANNUAL SALE, OEPAR.TMENT .. -



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That is our record of purchases of R1 J.9.e (i lds Toba co Corn panyst.

.4 : popular brands Five cars wer rec iveili! r'Iy: in J nuitf! 1tnd the five

v cars as shown below have just arrivedE_ :". ... : :.: ; ; ; '.

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we L E Wig BEAR (4 PEdSAfOIA.Fl 58 etc.IFWiS BEAR CO.PtN5ACOU.nJl I a inws BEAR co.Ptusttouiru tE1tl15 BEAR(Q PE -
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Yf,' ? In announcing- the arrival .of another large purchase of : these tobaccos


we do notvincing hfJs.tate to recommend them as'. mofe rapi\dly winning and con-

i' chewers of their excellent quality. than. any tobaccos,- now being

d offered to the.trade.. An ;nveSfmen-t. in th' Se<' tobaccos. will .certainly help

[ dealers to incresse, end' build up their trade Our' record s e ks ',for itself1I

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Send us rder ., :, .".. .' ':;" ', :: : : .
your .
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t' ,' LEWIS BEAR COMPANY" Pensacls, Fla.

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tii STENOGRAPHERS aaaa aaeaaea aaaaea aaaa eaaaaa aa aaaa aaaaal

Things to Eat ARE SCARCE RJ


3 There is nothing so delightful as a little "sweets' THE DEMAND FOR COMPETENT l((8ffif 1I

mixed in with your meals and you lunch. We cant OFFICE HELP IN PENSACOLANOW m

delight you very much, as we are sole"*agents forScudders' GREATER THAN 1s

Pure Maple Syrup EVER BEFORE.There .; ,tu N ll1TE S'FONE LITHIA WATER

is nothing so scarce la,Pen-j
r. Bowers & Baars Florida' Syrup
sacola at the present time 'as .good I fN

s Dodson & Brann Preserves. and,Jellies help.stenographers The present and demand competent; is. .unprfr office., : '. I AND GINGER ALE
cedented. ... IU
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And yet there are' hundreds of '. '. .,. .' .
Frances, Leggets &;Go's and Austin.'Nichol's fancy young men and women in Pen- i. II(
5 sacola who are growing up UII '. -
canned and bottled goods. All fresh and:nice. in idleness, or who .are pur--en ,
suing occupations for'which they I f I
are unfitted. Every business'concern 1

EAST HILLGRO.C'ERYCO.Phone -Pensaoola or stenographer which "employe.afde3lhelp are willing to 1 1m To come :toward within five days. This 'shows the increasing dew -
pay liberal salaries 'for the kind ,of I
212 Marion' F. Bowes Mgr. help they. need if they but. knew,
where it could be found:" "' .riiarid that this greatest of all waters, is meeting with in Pensacola. m
Many ol Pensacola's most ,
prosperous "
men, many'of whr.m' m -; .
Corner K&yne and Gadsden young occupy
responsible positions', and i 'earn. lightness Purity/and'Valuable! Medicinal 1 These White Ii
large salaries; got their. start In life Qualities* { gave
: at the typewriter orat the book t f ***" ''
-. .. keeper's desk, and there is still 'room i m Stone the Gold Medal 1 St.Louis Worlds'-Fair.Highest': : award
{ #A # '++- for hundreds. of others right hero. in Ii at over i
Pensacola. "' .'- ,C,. '* -. .
OPDCCMQ Put them in before the FLIES and There is'no necessity for this'scarCity '1Y 'I'
: of office help here as Pensacola; JJ8 competitors :' fl!
UUnLLIIU MOSQUITOES into house. ; '
kS get your 'possesses one of the best business! ; *. .
We can furnish them CHEAPER NOW. colleges in the south, arid 'young men I I r '

Supply of BRICK now on hand, and short women hand, typewriting can secure, bookkeeping a course! in,!' Ask any physician 'in your city. They are recommending White Stone m

a ... Phone..................11........................... .....H............G.......'....DeSILVA................,..T......&.......CO.........."!................ mar arithemetic penmanship, literary etc., 'spelling- ,....gram-" I IfU m .Bladder
Ki fr The Pensacola Business;College Is for Stomach .Dl orders.nd. all Kidney and Troubles They
; === under the able supervision of.Profes
sor W. D. Sears and:Professor Ellis
tJ .YN-. v.ft N' both of whom understand/ the art of cures I
'\- training students. Their terms are ; have investigated and Know its virtues It !! Indigestion quicker
so reasonable that anyone, will findit .
'1-1 \ GORDON & BROWN easy to pay for a course;; ; f ? ,
I Ifi ,
those They who have are also unable a night to attend class, anil'the, than any other known remedy. 'f: i.j.; ;:;: : 8

day school may attend at night. ) HT.
The college guarantees positions to :
HARDWARECOMPANY. its students, and at the present time :::
J ; have more demands than they can,
supply. If you are Interested, ring
Phone No. 900 and you will\ receiveall
,. the information :you may desire 02w

Mk I.R Alice Roosevelt's. .Wedding..., N. GOLD;, :ING 0I I

Mill Supplies, Iron Pipe and ,Fittings, was something'to be,recorded,in the -I
Galvanized annals'of history. Heroine has been
(4 SteamPumps, Roofing,
( acknowledged the greatest of liver
-4 }' Barbed Wire, Nails, Boat Spikes, regulators.headaches A,positive Constipation cure! for Chills Bilious WHOLESALE LIQUOR ,DEALER

and Fever, and all liver complaints.-J. ((9eaaaaaaaaaBasasaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaeaeessaaaaaaaHaaaasaaa
=1 Tarred Roofing, Building ;Hardware,
E C. Smith, Little Rock,'Ark. writes: i .' DISTRIBUTER
rR, Scissors, Razors Pocket_ ,.Cutlery.( cine"Herbine known.Is Have the greatest used .it liver. for years.It medi-. I

,i 3 does the work." Sold by all drug-.
gists. .
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1 WASH CHINA SILK, 21'' INCHES F. E. Pharr's Good Record.C. thjs' association and expresses bim- of this association and he regards this worthy institution will ccntiau
WIRES, WORTH 50' .CENTS PER being entirely satisfied at the work here. to to bless those who may be ia
'\ Orders Promptly l Shipped.') YARD, GOES WITH OTHER GOODsl First Johnson, secretary and general self as the jsxpeptlenal'in_ many grow it gives
Mutual AM results attained tinder the supervisionof respects. need of the protection
AT THE SACRIF4CE .SA E AT manager of the Union
r ., Telephone No., 767.. ',; ,, ONLY 25c. PER YARD. '. ., Association of America, was in Pensa. the local manager, F. E. Pharr. !He pays Pharr and ti'e1 soil agents, for the Eater
T+S F. E. BRAWNER'SDEPARTMENT : cola during the past ten days auditing "'He says he'has been qver the work now at work a 'ds>fve4.compliment. Get your. ads. ready
) t '\ ..' ', ... ..S7QRE. the accounts X of the local office of.,of'*m. .u1. local..'managers in the employ It is hop d-that:>,tb.e--gDOd.Jwork of Edition..l

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"f m Carload oF :

"oF. Of AERIAL[ [ ;:

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f fi
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> L. -T-e lI gredlen that renter into S. S..S.

birll1 g an,d::'p re 1? n,gJb emsoahat. ; .the Y,b : i Watert1
every part of the body, make It the sorest'raU tool : ,

.remedY-UREL y VEGETABLE and while it is : E o Dr. Alex- 1

overcoming that tired, run-down feeling,..and other ailments antler Graham e ht t Arlington -. L. ,

warn ins that it is necessary to take a tonic, it IS'p unf ytng' the blood of

IIl tterSso that it can supply to the system the strength and ft.Soeclal Just Received.So dJI.or

in perfect condition dunng the depressing summer'months that are to to The JournaL .

Spring is the season when most ,everyone D. C., March 31.
: }::-f
needs a tonic. It IS nature's ,time for AN EFFORT TO PULL j the problem of aerial transmia- '
of wireless message across the has I I
great been the demand for this : I
renewing and changing J and as;Everything Have used S. S. S. quite I been solved? Some say so,

." new life, the sap rises. In'vegetationr l( r en paisvu. out.from,,. .. am a,ma t. y.t: a 6.8I-d! this week at the experimental excellent mineral water that I find it necessary k
thaws its
tie earth winter freezes''so ruu'dowtfttfatbyiooyock; ; : of :Dr. Alexander Graham
nd all respond 4 to'Spring'J: call 10 puree', ,pletely exhausted/and:it was; beyond Arlington, Virginia. 'Dr: -
s 1 could pull through the I scientific experiments are f to order it in carload lots.Ir' .
and purify them 1'r; : } : r';1 s. 'gre .t s.s, S"however..a.l thish.as : : i aJQly.' the sU'bject..of. more popular 'II. .....'Iii
also takesplace=.tn O t'.bO'dles. ; fig9roas'aianabundantly: ...ab ] est than those 'ef' : '
; ? 'II
Change ,', ," : ) .(t/'O'PP"<- '?, ttr',ifas; 7'wh tt / any livin'g
blood endeavors"tot: -'ff' >;ue'PQlsonsa'-an i' r,, my'sieepis sweet. not even excepting ,those- of

acoimulations which' .. have forcedUfle. .it oannot)ha's'' purl speak ed'IIlYbloo too;highly: !: 'lUtd.1 ; widelyadpertjsed'' Edison. Possessed Tesla' of, 'and) an tit is the Best ateron: ; fca rid ;

been absorbedby fortune brought; by his tel Ir' :
system, and .it, from the, / 8Ww.BroadSt.R ; Columbus. ,0; ; ,
.. '*'. he is devoting his leisure to
wmterrhfe and calls : ,
inactive upon every : ,. :experiment utterly divorced '
member to assist in the elimination. The SHE- -'FOUND.. rr.',THE' II commercialism.' His latest ef h

system. IS often unequal to the Struggle. the fine, On results.,two occasions I can I heartily have is in and the structural direction of work aerial navi with I; Stick to your old friend and drink the water t rii

appetite grows fickle, the energies give way:, blood; purifier. I was troubled I ,forms, which, if success

the spirits are. depressed, and a general run- and liver troubles My appetite, which all 1 will rank unknown him with the who genius conceived, un -which you are sure will do you good. It is the
the result ?* S'JS* I
down. con di hon IS helped,,. I can eat anything I i "Keystone" the arch. The
Then the body mUSt-have assistance ,digestion aq4jnyfblood power of tetrahedral original mineral water andlit :
strengthened und aided fi-ir tonic imPnr s..;uid ade..Tic.1+: moulded into.k: tes is some-I
it must be ya dad blood purifier it is all you ; wonderful and ft is not sur J
and S. S. S. is the ideal one. Being ,made TTIE.Main St., Springfield, J Jentirely that the possibilities of these I

from roots h'erbsand barks ''It'doers t' "' *. c ,-sqould have ,bee, grasped by
: ; 1 : : ;
? : interest edMa wlr less telegra i
not disagreeably affect the system in auy way as d6.most of the : Mr. Abraham White, Pres'dent] js' a Healthful Refreshing Beverage i

which contain Potash or some other.harmful mineral'ingredient to der the. American De Forest, Wireless ,
n' nltsted'.tJie interest of 'Dr. i
digestion, unfavorably .affect the'bowels,:or otherwise: mag e the ea : aW-as ta:' result1'some1; of the r ,

the stomach and digestion and assists in the assimilation of food; it rl surprising experiments in the I

always-tired, worn-out feeling, ,and':imparts 'vigor and toad to eyery" ; ,,.''.ttensmiss'on-, v : : of, messages took. It is bottled by the Bethesda Mineral Springs

establishes the healthy circulation'of the'blood, stimulates the tetrahedral kite-the 'largest in

the unstrung nerves which. make: one 'feel that he is. offtha; :verge.of -'was hundred run. ':feet up to. 'by,a,distance,Dr. Bell's of Company, Waukesha, ,<.Wis., and there Is.! ; a g

gives an appetite and relish for:food that nothing else does,. and'by-its ), "' 7. FBediwirc: mana : .

selves with as hearty, hungry an appetite in Spring as at any other : of his Novia Scotia laibratory, "new man in every bottle !

It acts more promptly and,gives better and more lasting results dent by G.,of D.MacDonald his Arlington, the experi-su (/Ml .

and is absolutely safe because of its vegetable purity. Dyspeptic, station. The kite carried a I rand

tated will find S. S. S. is just the medicine that is needed steel wire at the end of which
people suspended five hundred feet of i Call It Insist
the blood, which, from its diseased or impure; condition, is causing wire, for receivnig the mes- for on Having It 1 _

'' Meanwhile GH. H, C. Dun-
for and helping-the? entire : Wlien.you takejour
up system. : **
rqS.;; : .A. (red); the Wash .i
experiment, but : tonic wlth"orty at.sof; :success -represeiative; bf tHe company '
htJ1e:\ Ge ; :: : (
endorsed by the best over' ttie country=5. SiS., (? to the tJ.'S&iNatal: Wireless, I. I)
: station at the Washington' You should have it at your club at your
is this time is ,
TONICS. It necessary at when the system depleted? .a : Yard,.which ;was erected by the .
point, that the' right\:''remedy be used one that is especialfy'aclapted : \iFbrest company it, and 'equipped *
& S. S. has .itself fox be this 'for,. earsIf-it'Is De !iEbrest appratus and from favorite saloon and ;: onyqur sideboard. J
Droved, ,, :: .remedy< mapy j t ; he.sent ai'long :message Ii; be- .
Spring the; system',will %-so'btiilt!! ;up 1\l.( strehg&ene'tiiat the' l : ot Mr.. Wnttd- "Mr.. Bell. 1At! ni ,

the season will not:Be felt'as warmer. weather comes on. receirlng'sbi.tionr.in addition to "
mentioned? 'age ,Mr. A. Potter 2
r "" -?fbNIN11 Lf. ;' 't :_ -.Fr iE.s'W1ri-sp: JFil.C MP th'e U. i& Weal .., Bureau,> and
R. Seguine, of Patterson, N. & A
, .- f'f representing the De Forest Com i .
i/1NN11/111N 11/11/1/1N11ii14 N11110.,.... .... In addition: to several operators.
. [ .kite 'mounted high Into the air
'. ,,. .. ':'
:t 1g. :after it the thin steel wire i Distrtbuter.; II
OLD ESCAMBIA' connected it 'wIth terra
I Soon the operators heard the

COUNTYFAMIUESI! : :- : : 'I .' buzzing"was tsendi: ;Jd.g.It that was s''gn'fied: india- I i : ; ; Wholesale Liquor Dealer, I

i ; firstecau: of [the static
.- ,,' '. ,: I in n
"' : ; l : tlhe& nojbaere and to m Pensacola F.
f ;THE'HANNAH FAMILY ', ":'; : : : !,thatt Mt. psguikV' ,
: "Messrs. "Potte II-
/....///................AAA. A TT....... N/111NIf11N/10/11.. ,t .T..T'..t.. r..T.... /. hands,.4h!? ,former and; MaoDona'd with his _
hand on the antenna wire and :L. H:: e J-t -n'H. p n. _!f mmnll.z. !
iAu """' "' >II.-"' "
:latter with his finger touching
tion of ;
Prof. Matthew Hannah, the subject
shafped like a telephone
d this sketch, was descended from an 'Ijstore.of :
operating the same principle.
aristocratic English family. He had 'Johnson on bodies of two men. Later several
had been
done than the
iro brothers Thomas and John. Thomas messages were caught from the Navy
began to slowly repeat the
Thomas went to the West Indies and marked sent by ME, White Department and from the De Forest
station at Galilee, New (Jersey, near:
was lost sfght of. John became ailethodist w wwh ., Duawoody. He was' receiving it
of the ,Atlantic Highlands, and also _
became $ age
preacher and finally only through the air, but down ? -LMvar -
a member of the house of lords. you. : receiving wire and through'the from tha Steamer a.rert table dragon oflU-bealtli It leaves in path
Matthew, In whom I felt the greatest Via. good miles, away. The pecollar physical to wrecks Americans.than probably any other e
interest, came to Pensacola about t: Cp mother .pronounced'an' unqualified HY? dimply because upon the first 11
,... __ Bell and Mr. White tbe.malady the Indication
th@ year 1811. He pro'bably'hadmoreto house i'I' "' and Dr.. ; rstea it usually .coarged vita
Bell has cr deadly mineral-calomel.
do in shaping the destinies of old & Springs greatly pleased. Dr. Don't Do It. It's D nfi roue. It Isn't
Pensacola than any other man living ; he was tha De Forest company the eit>zer. WepOEittrelyguarantea at aft
!a the old Spanish city at that, time. "Tom" ; : kite and further
Owing to the fact that he could speak "Tom, is take place at the Ney Jersey HERBINE
and write seven different languages, m Tom' and elsewhere The message ? zat1tIXtraoU *ar form of mabrit, It fc LtlI
ad could interpret ,any of.the ,known many ; Mr. White. read, and purely calomel herbal.-none Baa of alt their the deadly tfrtaei effects.of qninlM It
tongues, he was employed to trans- same. The Message. CGrrectaanarer..kidney$Q9vcrbottia, and stomach tjNfcbke.
late the 'Spanish records. Later, :he: "March 27, 1SQ6. Dr. AllDyU aWia.
established one of the finest literary bus Ga. ham Bell, Washington, D. C.
ichools ever taught in Pensacola. I breaking: ; ; Forest wireless I wish to
hare heard it said that nearly all of and Vd rM1 n you greetings and t
the old Pensacolians were his pupils. ing him, on your achievements in the
Matthew Hannah was marriedtwice later he \\i art of telephony anti express ALL, DE. LERS.
having two children by his first I place he wishes for your success' in
"::1e. His second wife was a Miss! I. E. ALLEN.. in the igation, to which you are ."...---,.,.. C = t,or.tr.! ......=pr."r .,.sk:! ..... -7 ----J-
Vidal a close relative Peter Wood- ",., 15, 1849., i f and energies'and nobly contributing talented your : Ordor Your
cine, t < -' "
whom I remember as being high '
sheriff of Escamfbia county and a and many lv er a .tlie'visits': Mrs. Hannah "Having already man's given share to or and WOOD
'more than one
Prominent. man in politics in those pad! my. ,mother xa( .the 13-mile ;Foley) bution in the direction of :fresxx ttie _
days< ..ajt Thomas. Hannah was'thonly horse 'old'Shepard place,) andI
(the '
: Glass
Honey invaluable now ice and Fuel Company.
one whose name I can now remember remember they., would'-set. up till remedy, | vention making for the ,. i
:out I can not 'forget "Tom"we nearly midnight; sometimes and talk merit the world and the good of :. !I Tarragona. Phone 259.
U called him becauseftt _:Trarece: overtheir pasi.IiyesC-: Ttf' 'Honey Flower ipresenf efforts and !I
( my playmates. Tom's mother ,. Between, "Tom"and } ycur '
and The acquaintance offered stork .in another field-the
my mother were the closest of friends, me was renewed,,after a separa- less limitless field of ,

- names., ether-indicates lofty' a .

............................../11111111 NN1/1/11 ine low ,i Ideals ftrvingly which realized.I, trust' It may is a be BOIL"D

for any coughs [ Easter will soon be here again and' wireless of the'history telephone that in only 8
There Are Many Women Who, Get-i bsrte' : and carnation''and rose fill .with use the- De Forest wireless !

: air with their fragrance, and the der has It been possible to
guard of stately Bermuda and successfully operate the
in such popular cure, Botanic Blood Balm (B. B.
More Personal Enjoyment' lift their immaculate_ blossoms system now
. : i The ; ; e the variegated crocuses and the 'United States ) world you need to effect a per-
.. ,. folders of co-operation and
+ ., -' " *W- .,..."...< f : T"I :' seeiates- ; in the florists shops. for the use of the
: out"ot the things that autiry. d ecoend a'M cm- April 3,, providing Forest Wireless ; forms of eczema have been per
: roms! of The custom of sending cut flowers can pe' cases which resisted the united ef-
forts to the home,than theydo oatPf.the things year tetrahedral !
+ r. > formers Salisbury; | a proper vase' or holder will pre Company wireless of medicines, and many doctors.
+ personal enjoyment i'andsDtdef4tiiitlire' : : tlrte harlte ''2 torst- .- I -almost universally this year-so most ; sincerely appreciated. testimonials substantiate this state-

j is a source of unending pleasure' andcomfort, j y_our,,. !|-24intd. shion says. sincerely;, Abraham White a cure instead of a costly ex
+ fine ttniture ; The styles of vases are now dent"Later.0 Botanic Blood I Balm, and accept
: Buy now, Pay Later Plan anyone can, hpe: 'j new Mr. White!; : sent Mr.
and once beautiful and A-neverfailing'cure for eczema.
. and pay for it while usiffg It. L <.! .i are at the following congratulatory
,Never have icy been so : at all druggists, or sent on receipt
| Sideboards. Polish Oak, Plate Mirror, $ 65QO. sage .
: t J '
i,00jtft.j\te.M-j! 100.00 r eeap. : "March 21. 1906. 'Mr. for $2.50, 6 bottles for $5.00.
Bedroom Suits, finest Oak substantial 1 and well! infphe',faQ-to $15 i.i i. White President American
: ; ."1 _-. .t" arrestand : But, don't wait until the last min- Telegraph BALM CO., Atlanta,.Saa.t .
Odd Dressers from$9.00 to $25.66; Chairs! ,75 7i; '.* i\$5-00! Walton est Wireless
i cents1to.i! ,;. ,,, :i i"r it a negro. : -;eect! yours to-day. Broadway, New York City
"Thanks for aer gram
I'a. : 10 or 11 ; station in V; :
day at my
170 poun :
t ; COngratu tons on' the S'Q'C
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