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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 7, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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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).
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IILLIAGE E IN THE WINNE Will E ERECT f T TH A ABoard Former LegislativH Agent is ,Pre- Chicago By, April Associated 6.-Officials" Press of the I DOWIE ON THE BACK WAY TO CHICAGO!I',Pensacola. Water Works Company)

pared to Tell.All He.Knows church at Zion' City declared today I Mexico: City, April John Alex-I Prohibited from CuttingOff

that they believed Dowie had lost I II ander Dowie, before leaving last

of Transactions- sums _aggregating. close to a million) night for Chicago, said, showing deep Water. '

OF'MEET r H ME I two hundred thousand dollars In emotion, in reply to a question as to
PANIC stock speculation on Wall Street.! how the revolt in Zion City could be 1
explained: "Now how am I to explain -
GAVE J.
HE EVER A BRIBE Mv
DENIES They declared he had .accounts with'I it? I can only explain it this CLUTTER AND G. W. CUITEie:

--' TO ANYONE' AND ASSERTS four stockbrokers -and that three of way: It is merely guess and I may, ALLEGE THAT WATER COMPANY I
them went out existence soon after -, Churches Crowded With People Captured a Hard r .Fought t Contest, of Governors Will Ask for THAT WHILE ACTI G FOR, he had deposited margins for the.They, my wife anXTson, and aH of CHARGED THEM EXCESSIVE ,,
them I die and
thought was going to '
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Plans MUTUAL HE SAVED ,THAT. protection of his deals. A great part have been 1 RATES AND ON THEIR? I Ii
| from Public School N o. Competitive.Atchitect deeply disappointed. Apparently -
Praying Earnestly for Deliverance of the it Is said lost .I
by
COMPANY THOUSANDS OF DOL- money, ; was I am going to live and am REFUSAL TO PAY STOPPED
2 Team. and Specifications I Dowie duringthe .slump of 1903. I on my way back home"His 'I.
LARS. I 'SUPPLY OF WATER. -

May Decline
VICTORIOUS CREW PRESENTED. THE SITE-NOW OCCUPIED BY THE Mormons
Explosion and Trembling of the i I I. By' Associated Press. .1 U. M. Clutter and G. W. Clutter

WITH BANNER. EMBLEMATICOF! I!r OLD ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL IS I Nwe York, April 6.Charges sigh f Three Absent Apostles!![yesterday instituted suits separate-'*

EarthERUPTION Constant. .THE CIiAM iONSHIP. THE THE SPOT ON WHICH THE NEW! lar to those recently made! against 1 i ,'Iy against the Pensacola Water ,
Directors of the New York Life In-I' I[Company, asking that the corpora- I

EVENTS WER'E. INTERESTING. rAND : ; $35,000. CLUB HOUSE WILL BE surance Company by" Andrew Hamilton -'| By Associated Press ) remarks were interpreted to i'i ton! be enjoined from cutting off the

MOST VIOLENT ON ERECTED.The were made today against' the': Salt Lake' City, April 6.-Joseph F. mean that the church authorities were supply of water from their premises.
ENJOYED. BY .A LARGE trustees of' the Mutual Life by An- /Smith, president of the Mormon determined to discipline those apostles Complainants, allege that in July,

POMPEIIAN SIDE-MAIN LAVA CROWD. .' drew C. Fields fOrmer'' legislative Church, in an address today at the who, for more than two year 1905 the .respondent company presented
I j agent of the MirtriaJ, who- is now in opening of the Annual Congress of[had been in unvoluntary exile.: They
:STREAM' THREATENS 50,000 members of the Osceola Club:; seclusion! at his home at -Dobbe Fer, Latter.Day Saints created a stir am01i : are Apostles J. W. Taylor, George a bill for water rent for the
i.at"a meeting last night decided to[ t7. He is'said to be 'seriously ill sum of $6.98 which complainant refused -
PEOPLE-LAVA STREAM 200 I!!. : thousands of his followers present by I Teasdale and M.F. Cowlewanted in
The High 'School won, the athlet'c:'erect a $35,000 club',house on the site and denied. himself to ill callers. a pointed reference to. absent= apos Washington as witnesses in the Smoot topay, claiming that the
FEET WIDE MOVING AT RATE 'at Park yesterday afternoon i The' charges against the Mutual tles. I investigation. amount was excessive.
meet Kupfrian's of the old St. Anthony hospital.
: trustees' are that they well knew the 1 I
OF 21 FEET A MINUTE.By by scor'ng; a total of 50 points The hoard of gOVernOrs will at once nature of his duties, while he was! .. The complainants recites at length

a'gainst 31 by Public School No. 2. ask for three competitive architect employed! by the company legislative -: i ''in detail certain allegations and .

The events tfere close and interestingand ''., plans 'specifications and if either agent. He also had charge 'of RUSSIAN\ BANKROBBER 'GEORGE ALLEN avers that the water works continued
enthus its supplies department. to present accounts, which they refused
Associated Press. the spectator showed i plan is acceptable, the most acceptable -I'
._ I 'He says he has come home "pre. CAUGHTBy to pay for the reason alleged
Naples, April 6,-The Inhabitantsof (asm. The weather was an ideal one will be approved. I pared to tell the truth.,'i no matter Complainant further aver that the

villages in the vicinity of :Mount for an athletic meet and there was. When the board'ot. governors finally 1'. whom it hurts, b& his; position high ordinance of the city by which the

Vesuvlt-s are in a condition bordering nothing to mar tbe sport or the pleas.I.select a plan, and specification for or'lOW..". He denies that he everI :Pensacola Water Works Company ,
on panic and many homes have i I. I gave a bribe to anyone, :declares the I Associated Preys fOUND NOT exists allows the company to charge
leen abandoned for the open air. ure' of the spectators. the building, bids for the construe'story of the so-called; "House'cf, Zurich Switzerland April 6. Th. a rate-of 5 cents for each 1,000 cubic
Although there has been a ,thick\ gall The,'Tictorious team was presentedwith tions of the club house will be asked.[ Mirth" at oar and the atmosphere has ben -a silk banner, emolmatc of the When the contract is awarded every! libel and asserts that while acting! the Mutual Credit Bank of 'Moscow of that the accounts Tendered by
dense with volcanic ashes and 1906 junior championship. The thing will undoubtedly be in !shape forr't.h ; for the Mutual he saved that comi -! four hundred 'and thirty-seYen thousand the company were based on a rate
fumes of subterranean fires. The ,*aa.,made by i!, pang'many"huai'reda: ,.of". thOUSandS... of.J ;dollus.on: ilarca20, has been arrested GUILTY .of 50 cents per 1,000 cubic feet.
presentation '
of work-The
:tearcaes are crowded" day and night speech commencement ot : ;' dollar, -. j here. Heds a'+'oung'Russian i Complainants allege that becauseof
rich'peopi praying 'for deliverance. Secretary Brainivd of the:Yr,1L>C-A.>: build'ng: on ..the site 'of the proposed,t : who arrived April 3 1 and has been _. '-' their refusal to pay claims, which

tram the Impending peril, manifestations In white, and Red fetters; is inscribed home-will be moved and nothing 'will t drinking heavily. He' confessed that : !they aver were' exEesslve, the waterworks
of 'which :.are' heard and felt in '!(Champions "06" on ,ths banner which. remain for the club to do but to,erectthe ,i WEAVER SUES he' headed the band'of nineteen men company ordered their supplyof
explosions! and in trembling of the 'is made in'the colors! of the triumphant -( foundation'and club house which I water discontinued, and. did? eo by
earth which are constantly recurringThe crew, maroon and white. Captain i jit is stated, will be one of the hand- fO IIvE4MILLION r Acquitted on Charge of Taking cutting off the water.
eruption of Mount Vesuviusis Barrow' accepted the banner: In behalfof ,.somest and most commodious 'in 'tha MAN KILLED ,AT Premises considered' the complainants
now most violent on the Pompeiianside. the high school and' "three times' state when completed. >> f ". .,:. Whitmireat asked that the respondent

The main lava stream Is divided three" ,were given for ''both schools': j The club members .are anxious: to be enjoined from cutting off their
in two,-one 'threatening Otta- Both teams were weakened' by the get into a home of their 'own'as soon By Associated Press PORTLAND FIRE Milton. supply. of water and t3at an injunc-

jano a commune o. twenty thousand absence of valuable men, but put up as possible, and for this reason it 'is, :Thiladelphia April 6.-A bill in p' tion Issued accordingly
inhabitants and the' other Torra del game fights with the material dig hand. said that the work of constructionwill eqiuty was filed to-day by Mayor I In the absence ot'Judge Francis 'B..
Greco, wth: a population of thirty An effort will: be'made to hold similar be pushed as fast as possible after; Weaver against the contractors and By Associated ,Press JURY OUT ONLY ONE HOUR ANDA Carter, Commissioner Charles 31
thousand. meets annually with'connection with the contract is let.I ] others interested prior to last May, Portland, Ore., April 6.-Fire seri- Coston granted the injunction families prayedfor
The 'anger is becoming serious senior class field day. j I Pensacola is rapidly securing buildings In' the construction of the filtration ously damaged the upper story of the QUARTER BEFORE'' VERDICT' and now the two benefit Clutter of one of
the
ana calls for the immediate evacuation The Results. that would be an ornament to system of this ci y. The action seeksto Chamber of Commerce building this I are enjoying of life.EXAMINATIONS .
! of Boscottrcaz. the village near- The following is. the detail resultsin any city. The fact that the Osceola recover more: than five miHion afternoon. The entire upper story is I WAS REACHED' -DIVERSITY OF the necessary articles

est the crater with a population of. all events: I[ Club has by a unanimous 'YOt9"decided ,dollars' The bUi.is", .directed against occupied by' the ''Commercial.! One OPINION IN MILTON RELATIVE'I .
nine thousand. Running High Jump-Wicke,School' .to erect a club house means that Israel W. Durham; former republican man was killed, Homer Halleck. by I i' i OF
Many streams of lava are pouringfrom No. 2,.4 feet 2 inches, first; Stout and, another building that will be a creditto leader of this city, .State1 "Senator Mc. jumping from the,eighth story and an:i i TO RELEASE OF THE YOUNG'!
Vecuvius. One is two hundred:: He'.nberg: tie for second. the city will in all I'.keliaood be Nichol, John M. Mack, Wm. C. Had- other perhaps fatally, injured. Firemen .
feet wide and it advances at times Standing High Jump-Owing to the constructed within the next six months; dock, director of public works, late took a number of women and MEAN APPLICANTS OVER
at the rate of 21 feet a minute, the sickness 'of two men' No 2 forfeitedthe or so. I Mayor Ashbridge and others. men from the upper stories.rt1"tNTS .
Intense heat destroying vegetation event. Fell and Borras represented -
lefore the stream reaches it. School.,
the High Special to The Journal.
Women In th3 village of Boscoreale No. 2, SEVENTEEN PERSONS WHO DESIRED
Broad Jump--Plne; '
Running ; Milton, April 6.-The jury in the
Beeping with frieght, carried the 14 feet 3 inches, first; Stout, second; TO BECOME SANITARY
case of George Allen, charged with
statue of SU Anne as near as they i'onicE .0
(;
third.' o1L
could go to the flowing lava, imploring H.Standing'Ainsworth Broad.Borras.. H'gh T o/ 1AtJ.f!1t tf. the killing of Eubesaw Whitmire, INSPECTORS BEFORE THE
a miracle- stay the advance of inches: first; Hein t MorrrrtLY. r at the depot in this place during a
7 feet (
School, $ -1"ttf
the SHOW EM up
all consuming stream. berg High School second. : : 1 L cf' scramble for the trunk of a drummerfor SPECIAL COMMITTEE.
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of min-. ACA.2i t -
Tag
scene at night is
one Dash --Fell. ;High : [ hotels the ,
Midget 50-yd( ; : J2 represented by men .
gled granduer and horror, as from the fOil tip.tf..fqJff
wait col- School first, time: Holland, No. .2, S { today brought in a verdict of not
of Vesuvius there leaps : third! ; time 07. lrlct Bliss and City Health Officer >
;
No. 2 (Mayor 1
Meyers
second
; guilty after
tons of fire full y a thousand feetn So.yard'Pasb..Barl"9s: : ; H'gli being out one Sour and Pierpont yesterday afternoon submitted

< height, the glare lightening the School Junior, first; Pino, NO. 2, second; SWEEPS'ouiBRTriQ ft fifteen minutes and Allen, who is, examination papers to seven

sty and sea for many miles around, Coleman, Hi' h .School,. third; time -: JIC rroR only eighteen ;years of ag o was discharged -' teen out of the original thirty-three

0.06%'. ne: ABOUT .. .. ,nfA1)0 from custody. ,> applicants for positions of sanitary;,
RAILROAD RJ\TE'BILL Junior 220-yd( Run-Stout, High I Sixj SUSS ? f1l There is considerable diversity of inspectors. They remained! in tha
School, first; Watson, 'No. 2, second; muor ; !IfJ/O/f opinion here over the release of Alien room where the applicants were, make

ARGUEDBy Heinberg, High ,School. third. ; t'me o of- as many believe the evidence' ing replies to the questions submit-

.I 0.30.Junfor 100-yd 'Dash-Barrow, High: ntfl 0 1E THE 7l2Vr1fJ was strong enough to secure a con- ted.The interrogatories propounded to

School, first; 'time 11 second; Pine, 141AAZIN E URI'' ? --' '" -- viction, at least on the caarge"of the applicants were in reference to

Associated Press. No. 2,. second; Heinberg, HighSchool' of 1wf manslaughter, even though a large city laws concerning sanitary matters
l ,
Washington,. April 6. In making, third. ill fQEffZ/ED' portion of it was purely circumstantial duties of sanitary inspectors, state
In effort to-day to get the senate to|I Junior 440ryd' Run-BjUTQw, High EfOf12JIPUYor: I j laws on sanitation, stagnant water and.
agree upon a date for taking a \"otej i School, first; time 1 minute 15 sec- f l its dangers, and questions concerningthe
oa the railroad rate bill Mr. Tillman I!:: onds; Ho land.- No.2, second;; Fairchild } LL .J7J2.fE-r Allen One witness testified that he testl-i saws; mosquito and the dreaded stego-
do the shooting, but his I
fc4 i J The following tackled
especially.
the important statement that No. 2. third. myia
rae week more, probably would ex I One Mil Junior Relay. Race- -Hlgh lJ1Ej.;, mony was not corroborated. Other! the proposition and submitted; theirfindings
IIIEl witnesses saw tbe flash of the ve-
taust to the committee: Mason
general toe measure. Heitfoerg.
Team
debate on :
He failed, however to secure the,'Zebus School, Coleman.team won.. Stout. Time 535.: "- lQ [.. '- solver shot in the direction of where! 6carritt, F. C. Humphreys, James
Allen was standing, but could not
consent of Mr; Aldrich., who said he',I Mile Midget Relay-School No. Heff erson, B. R. Lawrence, F. 0. John-
One swear'that the shot.The .
.17
he fired
onla' not be willing to agree to a, 2 won. Team: MoLellan;, Meyers. Ho-! p;: state I'son, G. W. Van Etten, A. DeBrour,
was represented
byState's
*ore on the bill until more nearly Time 5:4S: ,- __"I '.rt. o. Kehoe Hugh .:Miller, W. H. Brazier, Albert 31.
perfected than now. There were;, land.All events with' first, second andth'.rd1 % 10'lfER -," and H. Attorney S., Laird and the, C.derense'M. tJonest.was, Nobles, B. L. Yniestra, J. M. 0. Donl-
three the bill todayby I 720c.'WHlY' W. W. Alfred George E. Lewis
speeches
on counted respectively, five, van
places D'IY conducted by Messrs Maxwell &
:r. Elkin and it Sanchez. C. I.. Fulton.
Kean against
'EFEl.LtR Phillip
? Mr. the stand- "
three and 1 po'.n'tp/except! Reeves and Hon Tbos. F. West.
and Mr. Gamble in, favor of it. I broad and' standing high Jumps. Trnj .qllJ' Those who did not face the committee
ing 1- -y 5ay' themselves) In the
second in these / / NoJy NC.- declaring not
First 'and places # AVERAGE WEIGHT"OF running were: C.::M. Hutchins, IL P.
6REENEGAYNORCASE events counted three _and. 1 points, / 74.' OjI3l' .
N7:Afr Oto/EJ?', Fleming, Frank Maura Robert Stewart
I y A' "- W. L. Miller, J. A. Daw, ..WilliamO'ConneH
-r-
ARGUMENT BIG NREAT: : */y cljfbr. : .< COTTON BALES Injton. Thomas, W. I.. Johnson Tuttle, Joseph C| H. COy.A.

-D: ) q c:1-erE.e':7\ : : Bobe, Joseph FHzpatrick, George H.
-- BUTLER, GA.By /13 l.t: Ei <) By Associated Press. I Lee, I. W. Searles, Peter K. !Nielsen;
By Associated Press .. '.' 2)4 .kPo/ New Orleans, April 6.-Secretary J. D. :Myers.
>alannah' Ga., 6.-ArgumentY Hester makes the actual averages, Dr. stated t
was April .> O '. ...... ,1 r Mayor Blss; and Pierpont
begun in the Greene and Gaynor Associated Press /<: ., ...-........ f.c ::. weight of tie 7,460,284 bales of the!I that toe fate of those who stood
case today after had /' O'. cotton embracing the port re-
Judge Speer /0 -1'3' crop the examination yesterday will be
overruled a motion made by Cot Mel- Macon, Ga., April orBU5er 6, The! businessportion Georgia, .. ''>-'.a -i / drim. for defense, to direct! a verdict of the"city r --c"<" A r C months from September to March inclusive -:; mittee will sUbmit the findings to fro
of not guilty General' Barr opened was practically destroyed by and fire business today b'I \ N,\ --1;::.( the :Fifteen store' houses '
argument / bale last year.
He followed byI \ per
air I was establishments were consumed, / S'" "' I
Osborne ,
for Class.
i is defense. The case thousanddollars y1f Large
enotlUdkelY t6 go before the jury till the loss aggregating. fifty-five only ten "thousand Sanchez Trial Ended. The Knights of Columbus wilt install
with total of
of next week:. a > The naval court yesterday flnisheV a class of nearly fifty candidates

Insurance., 1f 1 tL@iI ::- with the trial of Hospital Steward: Sunday. Pensacola Council, No.: 77S,

Debates in House. The Himilton H.ere. __ Sanchez No information concerningthe has completed all- arrangements for
three 'degrees.. The members -
Washington nature of the court's finding was conferring
April 6.-The tariff, The new pilot; boat;, 'the former .
will attend 9
hiiray malt! subsidy;denatured alco- cutter Hamilton arrived at .. made public. The evidence- and all of the. council
hop revenue documents in the case.have been, forwarded o'clock mass at St Michael's churcH
butherncities tontfcenlrse J \ were' features of deW The Hamilton will beplaced, in. service :- .
Lt the house today. to-day it is.-\rfi,
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T TRIBUTES WilL YICthLJS I I S SNAKES[ facturer'Section of' 3.the That milk any therein.person> company I self poration shall shall be In at an any amount time subiL:'IT*,

Roi.j4' or of corporation this ordinance violating shall any on conviction provision twice VII. the The amount names of its and cta'plac: s L <'

be.subject" a fine not exceeding residence of the subscribing J of


BE[ r PAIDDEAD OF f T TiitDEEP[ [[r ARGYLE of Section>the twenty-fire payment 4.not: That exceeding dollars of said all or!thirty fins ordinancesand in. default an days imprisonment ;!.I i r capital porators W.as W.follows stock together Watson subscribed; with residing the for amonn at bare \.Pen ln each co I;'



parts'of ordinances in conflict I cola, Florida 110 shares. *

B akinf 'PowderAbsolutely herewith 'be and the same .are hereby C. W. Parker, residing at Pen .

HEROE[ [$5 WATERS T[ 5 5With AARROW repealed. .: cola, Florida 70 shares. a

CInpeeo 15 cents Shrunk eacb-two-Quarter for:S::;cents.Sizes Passed: March r March 14,15 1906.Approved 1906.. Florida E., L., Reese 70 shares.residing at Peas! <'tc.i

CLUETT, PEABODY CO. CHAS.' H. BUSS, W. W. WATSON

ALI. or CIUCTT All_ HOIUMCM INIHTIOottr.ell Mayor City of Pensacola. c. w. PARKER'

Attest: C., & }JIERRITT ,E L. REESE '
Pure Confederate Memorial Y Will Be Exception, of the Cobra and City Clerk.v" -

State of Florida

.. Observed by Camp Ward Bushmaster Africa,. NoSer NOTICE-TO ,.CREDITORS. County of Escambia.,
: is'hereb given to'ail 'credi Before

.Made from *Pure Grape Cream of Tartar April 19. pent on Land Kills So FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. ,. tors Notice, legatees and distributees of and I,I W. Watson me, C.personally W. Parker appear and :d E w::

aU persons having claims .or demands Reese, who are all and eacii or !
4t. e Pensacola, Fia.A against the estate of'Mrs. Fanny gal well known to me, and know tj jj"n,

In baking powder Royal is the standard, the Memorial be I Quickly livant deceased to present such the persons named in and \\ho '- :*.
Confederate will
found the Day claims and demands to the undersigned scribed their names to the fot?"i ,

powder of highest reputation:; by observed in Pensacola Thursday Fearlessness is of the most strik. Fine Line ofTENNIS within two years from this date, articles of incorporation, '1,.-"

PN'R United States Government tests of greatest April 19. Memorial Day proper 1,5 one ,February 24, A.: D., 1906. GenevieveS. acknowledged that they subscribe :

> April 26, but Camp Ward No. 10 decided -ing characteristics of sea snakes, and .. Beard Fanny W Sullivant, M. I.. an/a/:! executed the same for th ":.;.,,

1 strength and purity. to pay tribute to the fallen. If adds greatly to the danger that Is tote Sullivant executors. 24feboaw8w and purposes therein es'iresbeii; !

apprehended from them, for it often In witness whereof I KereuTi o -
I
h>Jf It renders the food more healthful and palatable heroes on the date first mentioned. leads them to attack fishermen and ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF my hand and official: .seal 'this ::::3:<

rf4; and is most economical in practical use. This action is due to the fact that! WATSON, PARKER & REESE day of March, A. D., 1906.
; swimmers, and even to climb up the
all the members. ott the camp who, COMPANY. R. POPE REESE

;;ltir: Housekeepers are sometimes i importuned to can attend will be in New Orleanson anchor chains and through the hav..seholes GOODS Notice is hereby given ,that the undersigned Notary Public State of Florida v

alum because they are cheap." April 26 in attendance at the Con- and attack the crew and as the I will apply to the Honorable Large. My commission expires :"
1 buy powders bite of of the known 27th day of September, 1908.
federate Reunion dn the ,Crescent every one fifty N. B. Broward, Governor of the State

tp* Yet some of the cheapest made powders are, sold City- which convenes there April 24: varieties is fatal there is great fear felt JUST DECEIVED of Florida, on the 24th day of ,April, An Ordinance relating to tie n3.i .

of them in which A. D., 1906 for letters patent incorporating bering of houses
the and:continues three, days. the ocean spaces they :
to consumers at highest price. the Watson Parker & Reese
New Tennis good. (Be it Ordained the
Adjutant John. !..' Pinney of .the Inhabit. by Major iij!
Housekeepers' should stop and think. Is it local confederate camp yesterday. These fifty varieties are all! classified Rockets-$1,25, $1.50, $2.00, .$2.50, Company under the. following pro- Council of the City of Penbdcoid
$3.00 $3.50 $4.00, $4.50 $5.00 $5.50.Netst50 pose charter the original of whichis .
., 'Section 1. That all
out the following the personlU
gave as' per- under the title of thanato-
l's not better to buy the.1 Royal and take no chancesthe general $2.50. now on fila in the office of the ,
1 1 sonel of the committee appointed to phidia. :None of them is able .to live Secretary of State of the State of ing or occupying, houses in the i v
take charge of the 'memorial day Balls-3 for $1.00.) of Pensacola, and the agents of
powder whose goodness and honesty are never pro- anywhere except in ocean water. Every Florida. "j i
gram: D. G. Brent, John B. Kendall Fine line fresh .. spring Fishing persons are hereby required to 11-: .,
variety and subvariety is.as poisonous W. W.
questioned ? W. E. Anderson. W.. K. Hyer, C. V. Tackle; new and of best quality. WATSON ber their respective houses in 0>.-
the cobra the buShmaster of Aft C. W. ;PARKER,
as or One thousand new Edison Records ,
Thompson. Thet;committee will confer formity with the provisions of A1!" 'c
rfl.H Is it economy to spoil your digestion by an with a committee from the Con rica. Indeed with the exception of, just in. Come 'quick before they are. E. L. REESE. 2, Chapter 9, of the Code of 0::.,

Lt4 other adultered powder to federate Ladies Memorial Association these two land varieties, there is no picked over. nances of 1902; and any such o\o:,'-t
alum-phosphate or and jointly they will arrangethe snake on land that kills .so swiftly and Out of town orders promptly, flUid.I PROPOSED CHARTER OF WAT. or occupant thereof who shall fa:' '>
PARKER
SON & REESE
i1 save a few pennies ? program. A. parade in which he so terribly as do the sea snakes.. ,Owing COMPANY.The so number their houses or to chan.>

veterans, members of the Ladies to their fatal weapons and their undersigned hereby associate their number, if wrong, after br;...;

Memorial Association mayor. council -ease and celerity' in swimming there themselves together for the notified so to do by the Board of P;,v

e city and county officials and are practically no enemies which destroy : becoming incorporated and purposeof forming lie Works. shall upon conucton: ,e
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. NEW YORI will will be F.I B. BUCELegal
others participate one
.. enough of tbeirf'to,' diminish their a, corporation under and by virtueof : punished by a fine not exceeding TUI0.00) 1
of the features.
tF _ _ _ _. numbers. the laws of the State of Florida Dollars or by imprisonmnot
; -- The following have been selected Almost all the thanatophidia are with :and under the following proposed exceeding Ten ((10)) days or1\
as delegates to represent Camp Wardat charter. both such fine and imprisonment m
RUMORED re-union New. Orleans A. beautifully colored, even more gorgeous
in
i the :
BUCKMAN BILL the discretion of the Recorder
1. The name of this corporationshall
than of the land snakes with the
C. Peppen. B. B. Reed John L. Pin any advertisements be Wateon, Parker & Reese Section 2. That this ordinance sh i E
E. C. Bonlfay Joseph McVoy possible exception of the coral, crass Fake
ney. Company,tend Its business shall be effect Thirty ((30)) days after ;.M
J. B. Cooper. and carpet. snakes. They, are banded, AN conducted Iz: the City of Pensacola In passage.
If MAY FIGURE IN CAMPAIGN striped, speckled and blotched with ORDINANCE the State .of Florida, and in other Section 3. That all ordinance-

I No pills Is as pleasant and p&sitlve green olive yellow blue and black and Entitled an Ordinance to establish' cities of America and in foreign and parts of ordinances, in confllc

I. a DeWitt's Little Early Risers. These. present a most brilliant spectacle as antf'and providefor the maintenance, countries. whenever necessary or convenient herewith be and the same are hereby
Famous Little Pills are *a mild'and! they are seen swimming below the surface use control of' DeLuna StreetBe The principal office ,of this repealed.
if is made and carried it Is It
the issue ordained by the Board of Aldermen
effective that children, delicate ladies' of the transparent blue of the Indian : corporation shall be in the City of Passed; March 14, 1906.
lake Citizens Desire the Mea stated that an effort will be. made to and Mayor of the of
City have the bill either repealed or so and weak people enj::'y their cleansing I ocean. When they are swimming at Pensacola: : ,CIty Pensacpla, County: of Escambia, and Approved March' 15, 1906.

effect while strong 'treople say they the ordinary rate of speed they State. of Florida. CHAS. H. BLESS
the university seem Section 1.
amended as to replace That the thoroughfare
sure Either Repealed or at .Lake City. are the best liver pills sold. Never to undulate all over. They do not wind between' Government Street on the II. The general nature of businessto C. E. MERRITT. Mayor.
grip be transacted by said corporationshall Clerk.
The Mew Buildings.Mr. through the water as the eel does, but South and Intendencia !Street on the
Drastically Amended.P. .be to sell, handle, manufacture -
Yong stated yesterday that the their locomotion resembles that of the North, running through lots Two Hundred and deal.buy in dry-gocfds, notions, An Ordinance to Prohibit the Reco

work of constructing the new university REMAINS OF NOBLEWOMAN caterpillar except that It is far mbre and Seventy Two- ((272) and 'Two shoes clothing, sundries gents'! fur- I nition by City Officials of the .\-

buildings at Gainesville was being graceful, and as they move and twist'. Hundred and Eighty Seven (287)in nishings, hardware, liar, grain and signment of Salaries by Offiu.,
P. K. YONGE REFERS, TO IMPORTANT pushed with energy and vigor, and the colors play: ; along their sides and ,Block' Sixteen (16),, Old City, of a feed, fruits and produce; and other,< and Employees of the City of Pt i
evidenced keen delight when discussing AT REST width, of Fifteen and one-half (l&i }
he a sacola.
i- MATTERS IN EDUCATION. backs as they do on the dolphin. When kinds of merchandise; naval stores,
i <"i I the subject He stated that ; they dash at their prey at full speed to'Sixteen an.n' ,pne-haIL(16*{) feet, agricultural products, teas coffees Be it Ordained bj the Major u..,

1 IAL' CIRCLES AND THE RAPID at the next meeting of the board con- they move liktf.8. l arrow with theirheads' now known as Cushman's Alley or and spices; to ,buy sell mortgageand' Council of the City of Pensacola
Dereache Street, Is
tracts for thd new experiment.station hereby declared to Section 1. That no Execut
lease lands and other real
All that was mortal of Mrs. J.Floyd and necks thrut'strnlght before '
1t4t13 PROGRESS BEING MADE IN THE will be let. The experiment I be a street to..be known as DeLuna Board; Officer of ,
the
buildings estate; to act as. agents, brokers or or City shal: a'
Ballard, wife of Captain Ballard, of the them ifthey'a'swimm1ng!: under the Strest. and the City 'hereby assumes .
station he operated separatelyfrom cept in
will' commission} merchant in c'ealing in or any way recognize or ag
ERECTION OF NEW BUILDINGS station tug Flanders was' laid to'restdn St. surface, .or, iftthey are darting along full control of and obligations, for the
the university through:' the any or 'all of' the commodities aforesaid to any assignment or transfer of a:
: John's cemetery: yesterday; ; afternoon the top qf the :with.their niaintenncand use ot the as ,.
will be In G in sfiJ1e."J* tAt ?TAter* heady, : samp ; to borrqw money and to secure: salary or compensation, earned .:
ONTH. UNIVERSIV1ROUNDS. .Sejfvkes :were: he4 at, the family! ,elevated just enough t6' clear the street: .
:the joint;:session-. the board ot 6; same by the"giving[ "of notes, bonus unearned of any Officer or Emplo
home, 90S North Alcaalz! street, conducted Section 2. That in considrati'onotthe '
control and ''board of education held waves. When' they are racing! along mortgages, deeds,: or. other .obligations -of the"Cltjr:.: "Provided! that this JUo"
tt'I in Tallahassee it was decided to make by Rev. Julian S. Sibley pas thus their sole.means of locomotion ii assent of the persons now own therefor; to buy, sell, or hold vision shall not prevent the trail-
Hon. P. K.. Yon'ge has returned from the normal'departments of the univer- tor of the First Presbyterian church. their broad, paddle shaped tail whichis ing the.;soil of the said* alley that it stocky and bonds of other companies fer by endorsement of any warran:
and where he Rev. Sibley returned from Chipley, shall 'become a street, and of their or shall not prevent the transfer by
tki Lake City Tallahassee sity and female college separate from peculiar to all the 'sea snakes and corporatins; to receive paymentfor
had gone on educational matters. At the institutions during the year. where he was attending the Florida forms the only striking difference between promise to immediately ,pare the the .capital stock subscribed for endorsement of any ''warrant or other

Y* Lake City he attended a meeting of "Business of the utmost importanceto Presbytery to conduct the funeral them and the'ordinary land same either with".virtifi d brick or in money or in property at a just written order of the City by tht' person -
vf the'state boasd of control of which he the educational interests of the ceremony over the remains of ilrs. IB' serpent concrete base withahard.'finish, with valuation thereof in the consideration to whom same is made pa'-able:

if 4Jj is a member, and with the other mem- state was transacted by. the board of Ballard, whom he joined in wedlock a'slant'to the center-where: there will or judgement of the boardof directors Section 2. That all .01 Jinanci! or
bers journeyed to Tallahassee wherea control said Mr. "Presidentsand with Captain Ballard a little over one This paddle is used like a steamer's be a gutter One and, one-half ((1 ) and generally to exercise parts of ordinances, in conflict her
Yonge. I I ;
year ago. Dr. Sibley ;referred in eloquent screw and has' Immense power. _Bent inches deep, Ten ((10)) inches wide at i with be and are hereby repealed
Joint meeting of tie board of control faculties for the different instituUonswere.elected'as such powers as 'may be incident f)r
.f'7k1 and board of education was held. well as a dir c' terms to the noble Christian. sideways? it.will, stop the snake immediately the ;botlon and Fourteen ((14) inches convenient to the proper conduct of I !Section'! 3. That this ordinan "

: Under the terms of the Buckman: bill tro for the experiment station. Other character of the deceased 'and her ef., as if the creature had anchored wide the _said at the street top shall the City always agrees remaina that the business! of said corporation. and shall take effect immediately apoa! :*

the board of control an
4t.4! $ were clothed with authority to benefit of education were considered." comfort, joy and happiness of others. reefs,.which are common in the coral ((15%) to Sixteen and! one-half rights, powers and privileges incidentto Passed: March 14. 1906 1906.
the state The funeral cortege'was followed to 'bank snakes bold fast to the corporations organized and existing Approved: March 15,
E:3v;: : J Eelect the locations for university Presidents Elected. ? ; rocks or ((16%) feet"wide; that the City shall :
ii. ;! female college, colored normal .The.- board of. control rnade the following'elections the grave 'by the grief-stricken' husband bottom with their broad tails and will maintain the said pavement or one under and by virtue of the laws CHAS. H. BLISS

; r and the deaf dumb and blind instituteand of presidents fOr the and relatives of the deceasedand often sway in this way for hours in equally desirable; that it will never of the State of Florida.III. Mayor, City of Pensacoia.

other powers.were conferred. As different. institutions: Dr. ,Andrew 6. sorrowful friends. Teas were: in calm weather. construct nor permit to be construct ., The 'amount of capital stockof Attest: C. E.Clerk.In MERRITT.

iIL is well known Gainesville after a hot Sledd president university (reelected the eyes of many as the earth was Men may have recovered from the sidewalks, in said street and that said corporation shall be twenty-' City

fight with Lake City captured the university ); Prof. A. A. Murphee, president placed over the casket' which incased bites of these serpents, but there are it'will never permit to be constructed five thousand dollars ($25,000.00) ill .
the remaIns of one who was loved Tided into two hundred and fifty ((250)) : Esca.mbia County Circuit tour,
Tallahassee was an easy win. female college, (re-elected); A. H. certainly none on 'record. Most 'of thereupon any steam'or street car .
and admired by all who knew her in shares of one hundred dollars State of Florida. In Chancf'r1.'-'
ned in the contest for the female college line
Walker, president deaf dumb and their or telegraph or telephone or any '
victims Malay
are and other ,
r
native
Ten cent. of said J100.00) each. nie Thorsen vs. The unknown
the capital city also captured the other per
blind institute, to succeed W. B. Hare, life.The wire bearing poles.
colored normal school and St. Augustine formerly principal; Nathan B. Young floral offerings were numerous fisherme, and shore dwellers and Section 3. That no vehicle shall capital stock shall be 'subscribed and of John McCree and; against ai: Parties '
; and the grave was hidden from view physicians rarely get to see them. paid for before said'corportion shall claiming an interest in theu
the deaf. dumlb! and blind insti cilored. president colored normal, enter the said street, except from the
by the flowers which covered it Statistics are not kept in 'that part North end thereof out of the transact any business. All 'or any 43 feet of Arpent lot 57, Old C" "
(re-elected P. H. Rolft was elected or pass ,'
1 tute.The Lake City citizens do not relish director of the experiment station.J. The sympathy the communitygoes of the world, so it is Impossible to said street, exctpt at tne South end part 'of said capital stock of said corporation Pensacola. On Monday the 25th ja

the Idea of the university being moved ..C. Baisden of Live Oak, who had out to Captain'Ballard in his loss, ascertsJn how many are killed In this thereof. may be payable, or Issued of May A. D.: 1906, the defendant
'from that point The fight to test been elected a member of the board to as it does to the father and relativesof way each year. Travelers say that Section 4. Any violation of the for the purchase of roperty at a required to appear to the bill Ii >I'j'
just valuation thereof to be fixed ')
4rr : the constitutionality of the Buckman succeed Nathaniel Adams resigned the deceased and the' 'six-day-oldj there lj hardly' a fishing village which prohibitions contained in the foregoing by against them her in. This ori-r

1*:.* bill is well known as is the decisionof was present, at the recent meetingand little daughter, who, will 'be without has not its. tale of death to tell ,section shall be unlawful and any the board of director at any annual be published once each week for
meeting meetings to be called for .nTC
; the supreme.. court declaring it con. participated in the deliberations a mother's care'or: love. Scientists once held to the opinion person violating them shall, upon conviction that twelve (12) consecutive weeks

stltutlonaL This drawback, to all in I of the body.CLERKS. The following gentlemen acted as that the deadliness of the bite was due in the Municipal Court, be nurpose. Pensacola Journal, a newspaper published -
pall bearers fined fine not Fifty IV. The term for which said .'or- in said Escambla Count: A.
: 'by execceding:
tents and .purposes, does not seem to Oapt-Aiken.Capt Bryan a
rr not to.the venom, like that of the land
poration shall exist shall be for nine- 'J)!
dampen the spirit of the Lake City Dunwody, Capt. Bennie de Roche- Dollars or be imprisoned for not exceeding M. MtiMlllaa. Clerk Circuit Cour:
citizens. Rumors are out that an effort WILL, GIVE blave, Capt. J. S.'Walton,- Capt. .Gib snakes, but 'to some property that ten toys. ty-nine ((99) years. L. G. Aymard, D. C. Pensacola F'':! ,

Ii.r:: !,, will be made to make the Buck! Moreno, Capt'.J.. H. McConaughy.REFUTATION caused blood poison as does the bite -Section 5. That this ordinance V.. The business of this corporation Feb. 22. 1906. 24feboawl wAn
of many fishes which are not poisonousin shall be conducted by the follow
shall take effect immediately after its
l man bill an issue in the state campaign be enttled M
? A.. BENEFIT PICNIC themselves. But this opinion was passage and approval. ing officers r 'a president vice-presi Ordinance to .
for the senate and legislature. Ordinance to extend and chans-
4i changed after the medical men 09 Passed: March 14, 1906. dent, secretary and treasurer and aboard 'rt t
lines of that of Church
portion
i A board the British warship Algerine had Approved: March 15, 1906. of three Directors. n<1
Sm< :
between Jefferson
The offices, .of secretary and vice- lying
made careful observations of a sailor CHAS. H. BLISS
.L4 A HOME PROPHET ''STaRES WILL REMAIN OPEN Mayor City of Pensacola. president may be held by one and the Commendencia Street.
who had
been bitten. They proved the Mayor ,1 i:' I'
Attest: C. E. MERRITT same person The number of di..ec.tQr.s !IBe it Ordained "by
%' NEXT WEEK AS LONG AS HOW IT WAS MADE'AND RETAINED that the snakes'were directly poisonous '. City Clerk. may be changed from time to Council of the City of Pen u.j.i(
PROPRIETORS i I and that they carry fangs charged -. -- time by the By-Laws but at no time Section 1. That the 1 J'nes' of a

tf IS SOMETHING LIKE A HOME PRO. DESIRE. IN PENSACOLA.A with venom exactly like the cobra. An Ordinance Prohibiting the Sale or shall be less than three nor mere portion of Church Street which\ !II" o"

tVdl The open ocean is the home of the Exchange of Impure! or Adulterated than:.frve. tween Jefferson Street and! (Coinm".'

uc DUCT, ,NOT WITHOUT ITS ; sea snakes. They do not even ascend Condensed Milk or Evaporated The board of directors-may app ii.* dencla Street shall 'be and in* =><*", '

\ The Clerks' Benevolent Associationheld the rivers. Their favorite; haunts are Cream and Providing the Manger other pfficers and agents of this tor are' hereby extended and changf,i a

PROPER HONOR SAVE IN an enthusiastic meeting last good reputation is not &asilyearn. the arms of the sea, which separatethe in which all condensed Milk anti( poratlon having such power?, duties follows, to-wit: The Northern !Bn":. .()(
night. which was largely attended. ed and it only by hard consistent Evaporated Cream shall be labelled terms of office '', '
ITS OWN COUNTRY- was Islands of China, India and the and same, to be prescribed said portion of Church Stre sha
Several important matters came up work among our citizens thatDoan's. south Pacific .don't and Further Providing a Penalty for by the By-Laws., gin at a point on the EasTiu i n". '
for discussion ,and atti the Pills"won'their seas. They stay the Violation of this Ordinance. The Directors ,'r
q4 during Kidney way to shall be elected by Jefferson Street at the South* t
This is especiallY' true of'beer. It evening. It was decided by the association the proud distinction attained in this nearthe.. shores, but remain at ,$ome Be it ordained by the Mayor and the stockholders at each annual I ner of lot "A," thence run Ea=>ul,: ,''J;
: 'to give 'a picnic' May 1, the locality. The p endorsement of distance from the land. They are Incapable Council of the City of Pensacola: meeting. All other officers of this right angles to said Easte-i :1fl'> l',
j iW is a peculiar fact that a southern ar- proceeds to help defray the expensesof scores of Pensacola resident has rendered of.much movement on land, and Section 1. That it shall be unlaw. corporation shall be? elected annually: i Jefferson Street the dist n("' ": i *

f ; tIle in the south has a severe, uphill a comic parade in this city next invaluable, se'rvice to. the com after wriggling about and biting savagely ful for any person company or corporation by the directors at a meeting to beheld I Hundred and Forty ((240)) f'i '''ien>'

fL1 fight for Just recognlt'on. There mardi gras. munity.. Read what.this'citizen! -says: they will stay still till they die. to make sell; 'offer or1 expose I on the same day. run Southerly and paralM wb.'! 'the
iuv seems to be an established prejudiceIn The question of the different stores for sale or exchange. in the City J The ,offices of .
Charles Wilson living on: West Ro- They are foupd .in many parts & president, vice-presi Eastern'line of Jefferson ;;' r('e' to the(
favor of a northern or western beer, remaining open later than 6 o'clock mana St., brick'mason by"trade, says: the world-in the Indian and Pacific of Pensacola any condensed milk or dent 'secretarY and treasurer being l North line of Church Str "

based upon no other reason than thatit Easter Week next week, was con- "I procured Doan's, Kidney Pills at oceans, from Capo of Good Hope andMAdagascar evaporated cream, unless manufac- filled from among; their number.: The Southern line of saii portion or

ismade somewhere else and must sI .'ered. Those present at the meet Sidney Kahn's drug, stdre, corner of to the western shores'of tured from pure clean healthy, fresh, The "annual! Ieeting! of .the corporation -*I Church Street shall beg:'n at a P l1lt
'W4: be better. But our good and loyal ing agreed to call off the 6 o'clock Palafox and'Romana streets, and used ,unadulterated and wholesome' milk, shalNieiield on the first Monday 5'! 0 2
Panama New Zealand to' the of Jplf'sO:1!
and from Eastern line
*iL southern people should remember that agreement ,for the week mentioned them for lam tack fiom which the cream has not been in March of each year. The dite on Sou .
a (
and sharp the
up to the time of the war nearly all and to allow their employers to re twinges of pain which 'passed .through' Japan, in the bay of Bengal and the removed, either wholly or in part, and} of the annvaJ 'meetings mayb I Ichanged' Forty ((40) feet South 'If.' rtrnce ,n

the. revolutionizing innovations Inc main open for business as long as me when I stooped made sudden sea around Nicobars Molucca, Timor' saL condensed milk or evaporated bj 'the By-Laws. ; I west Corner of lot "A tnc K ,"

mxnerce and business originated in they like, and to remain, at .work. movement I 'was surprised any at sd New Guin a.-New York Herald.A cream shall be concentrated to a de The 'incorporatorg>{ \khall meet on Easterly at right angk; to fh<' ,;.,.
the south. 'And now there has been .. the with gree to contain a minimum of seven the fourth day of March 1907, being kern line of Jefferson Sireei, '
which I
quickness 'was reliev 11:'
anther innovation. A few About'' Rheumatism. one-half cent of butter fat anda the first i tance of Two Hundred I lUll)
years ago ed. Mrs. Wilson, also suffered from Famous Dwarf. and per annual meeting, at the officeof ,
1In1.E; the Acme Brewing Co., 'located in Ma- There are few diseases that inflict her back and kidlie 'II.'Sbe could: Geoffrey Hudson the famous dwarf minimum of twenty eight'per cent this corporatlpn,, in the City of thence run Southerly and of Jfff paId"- .
coc Ga., made a bold daring and brilliant more torture than rheumatism and of total milk, solids by weight. Ptnsacola! Escambia County Florida, i with the Eastern line .
hardly turn in bed and suffered froma of.Charles I., was introduced at court ((40t J f
Street the distance of Forty
j44 stroke. They have installed a there Is probably no disease for which dull aching in her lotus Just Section 2. That It shall be unlawful -at eleven o'clock, a. m. for th,) pur- airi ;..'
be- during the festivities attending Jh !
I which for person, or corporation of adopting thence run at'r'.ght; angles to : .
brewing plant is absolutely Unexcelled such a varied and useless lot of remedies fore any company pose By-Laws holding
taking Doan'g Kidney Pills C '
she coronation. By an odd conceit he was Easterly to the Western line of -
on this entire hemisphere in have been suggested. To say : to manufacture sell, or offer the first, election of officers and completing -
pont! of modern up-to-date, jscientiflc was completely laid up. After taking concealed in a cold pie, the crust of, for' sale or exchange in hermetically the .organization of thir mendencia Street.
that it can be :cured is, therefore, a them all of corporation '
symptoms kidney throuble which removed disclosed the condensed milk Section 2. That all Ordinanc a
being sealed cans, any or
equipment,,and, just as thecoat makes .
bold statement to make but Chamber. left her date : '
Mi; the mane the brewery makes the beer. lain's Pain Palm, which enjoys an ex no and up to I there has been dwarf fully dressed and making his 'evaporated, cream, unlesg put up in :Until} -the officers 'are elected at the![, parts of 'OrdInances in conflict ht',.

--1-v Their product "\m rican Queen" tensive sale has met with great' success sacola: recurrence.people to- DoanVKidney strongly urge Pen- bow to the kinx and queen. At the packages upon which shall be distinctly ; first annual'meeting, Jan3 shall be1 1: with be. and the same are hereb:

beer, has been declared by the Wai- in the treatment of' this dIsease: Pills if they suffer from their age of twenty ce was eighteen inches labelled or stamped the name qualified, 'business of this corpor-i pealed.

tS: heinus Institute, of Chicago, to be su One application' of Pain Bahn will re- or kidneys., : back high, but before attaining ,the age of .of the person company or corporation ation shall be. conducted by the fol-J t Section. 3. That this OrriInflDshall'take at''r :';
made and the immediately
whom brand by lowing officers: W. W J effect
r$21Dertor to the best of American beers. lieve the'pain. and hundreds of suffer For sale by all-dealers.--Price thirty he ireseveral' Inches .add. by Watson presi-
50 which it
is
This is which, or under made. Be dent; C. W, ''Pa ker. vice-president; passage and approval
an unprejudiced unbiased, ers have. testified to permanent cures ceiit9.( Foster-UHburn Co. .tional. Geoffrey like most dwarfs ,-as '
Buffalo that .
It further provided when con- C: W. Parker secretary, and E. L. Passed March U, 1906.l .
fr u&bought opinion. Proofs of the fact by Its use. Why; suffer when Pain New York, sole agents for the United of limited .but of
.'. Intelligence* intense tensed milk or evaporated cream be Reese, treasurer, with W. \Y. Watson, .l Approved March 15 1906.
tc are on exhibition Intheir and it
office affords
Balm fcuch relief
is quick and States. vanity. and large self conceit. It,Is, asserted !, told from cans or packages not C. W.*Parker and B.!: L.'Reese IU "iI- CHAS H BLIS?.
I with truly a "poser" for southern people. costs but .a trifle? For sale by all Remember the name-Doan's-an< by many scientific authoritiesthat metlcally sealed that the vendor rectors. : ; C. E. MERRITT. Nla" ')".

a northern prejudice. druggists. take no other. this Is a characteristic of dwarf: shall brand or label sack, can PI '\1.: 1'hQ }11vtu'st;: amount of _.j I Clerk.
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me PENSACOLA JQ.UI''AL, SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 7, 1906 PAGE,THREE x
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Easter BONDS N WILLSOONBE N CAKE SALAD and :SALE I T lr c. MIT [T 1T only' '. : ": 4.f/d. ,. = IIIs s s fQ



Is Just One Week Off ,

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4"V -d Ia
B[ H HANDED'BffiQER N -; d
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-e- by .LADIES _" 4


Here is all the freshness > 'MISSIONARYSOCIETY 1-
One
of'the .
gorgeousness [ rM. : _

and bloom that PRESBYTERIANCHURCH ; -


goes with Spring. at --",


Pensacola Will 1 Soon Have Fundsto 9:30: a.m., Sat-' Business Men and Young Men Dollar o r.
the Correct
Here are Make urday, at I I
Public
and
BBneficiallmproyements.
Fixings to give Just Played Last Night; Latter .


the Right Touch, the Winning by 30:to 21 w 4nt

Good Taste, Good Rosenau 6 Geralds y

Good MAYOR AND 'CITY, COUNCIL AT To rid of
Style Showing / Indigestion
TOM McGOU'RIN' C'F.. ZEEK,! get ,

for Your Money} SPECIAL MEETING AUTHORIZED Extra Line CHARLIE GRAY, W: S. GA'RFIElD' Dyspepsia, Sour Stomach, ,

THE
BOARD OF BOND !
AND J. R. KELLA'R. WERE THE
TRUSTEES of Gas Catarrh of tl .'
Belching
"TO
DELIVER $300, ,
NECKTIES, Pure Cane STAR PLAYERS FOR"THE BUSINESS !. ,,'' ; ..
000, CITY SECURITIES' TO' SUCCESSFUL
SHIRTS, BUNCH-MUCH: : ENTHU- the Stomach or any other .


HOSIERY and BIDDER. Table SyrupASK SIASM MANIFESTED BY SPEC- disorder due to Indigestion. 1 -fis M

FANCY VESTS, TATORS. r
The board of bond trustees are FOR i

now clothed with full authority to ,
ill add greatly to man's appearance deliver to Seasongood & ?.Mayer 01
at littleeost Cincinnati. $$300,000 of the 4 4 percent Crown Brand wolf Tide enthusiasm of'a dyed in the,'
rooter at a professional base-i
improvement bonds of the city
This authoritywa granted the ball game is nothing to that displayied
-+- trustees yesterday at a special ,meeting Manufactured by at the Gymnasium, of the Young!

of the mayor and council heldat Men's Christian Association last|
noon. Florida night when teams representing the
Mills.
Mayor Bliss presided with the following : Syrup business men of the city and the
I young men met and,contested for supremacy
councilmen in their seats: i.
S= Barrs, Christie, Yonge, IXAlemberte, For sale by all leading grocers in on the indoor baseball,
diamond.
RIRLD n Hays McHugh. Reilly, Wright and Everybody was a rooter
bottles!
quart and half gallon cans. and
the
;
way they yelled and carried
Bond Trustees Green and Hysr. : DYSPEPSIA CUREDigests
0.----- The report of the bond trustees" on was enough to drive an ordinary' /
I II mortal almost to distraction. Thei
as read by Clerk. Merftt' fol.
PANAMASCLEANED low:- 1 1i game finally resuuec? inIi :ore ofj!
i : 30 to ,27 in favor 'of' the young men,
BLEACHED, REBANDEDBY "Pensacola Report of ,Bond Fla:;Trustees.April 6, 1906. I ll QUINCY\ I i but the victory was only won aftera' What You Eat. GUARANTEE COUPON -

EXPERT WORKMEN. "To the :Mayor and Council: struggle that was' f s.t.and. furious If, after using two-thirds of the contents of a dollar
The Board of Bond Trustees hereby 1, I from the call ,of time until the last bottle of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure you are not satisfied with e
Leave Hats at Wagenheim's Cigar ask for the approval: of the council -- half of the ninth ,inning. The' ,.lineup 1 have been a dyspeptic all my life, have tried all kinds of it or can honestly say that it has not benefited you, take

Store, 32 S. Palafox. to deliver the 5300,000, 4V5 per I Special to The Journal. of the two teams was as follow.3: Dyspepsia remedies but continued to get worse. Could eat the bottle back to. the dealer from whom you bought it

I cent improvement bonds to th*'.order Quincy, April 6.-A most enjoyabledance The Line-up-:, I but little and,suffered greatly. I was reduced in weight and and we will refund your money. All we ask is that you
-
I of Messrs. Seasongood & ,' Mayer in!t was given by the young mend! Business men. Young me lic! run down to nothing in strength. After using a few bottles of' be honest with us. Sign this guarantee coupon and leave

OUTCLASS AND DIAMONDSNew New .York in, exchange for the payment of'Qu1ncy at the Empire' Theatre onj''Bushnell.. .. ..,.,C? .. ,..Roberts' Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I began to improve and am now fully it with your dealer,who must mail it to us with the outside
Stock Only the Best. of the sum of $306,156 and .ac-."Thursday evening.- Among those Garfield. .. .. .P.. .. .. ..:King restored in weight. nealth and strength. I am now able to do wrapper from'arcund the bottle.

W. A. Gahlenbeck, 218 S. Patafox St. crud interest on said bonds to April resent were Mr. and Mrs. A. W:I Zeek. .. .'. ....1st B." .. Hilbun my own. work and can eat whatever I like. White Plains fame.........,...................................................
Wentworth ... .. : .. MRS. MARY S. CRICK, Ky.
10 1906, less the sum 0: $6,000 now Cobb of Tallahassee, Mls Harlin of .ss. ? Richards
in hand paid by Seasongooa & Mayer Mr. Pleasant Tenn., Miss Damon, of Mellen .. .. ..2nd B. ... .White I This Is only one of Aidreif.....................................................-
TURTON & BELL. to the board on account of said Texas, Miss EdmuDI 'son, of Tallahassee Gray. :. ? ..*lB'rdB.. .... tsonard I DolluboW.1la14lS many' such testirep.red &t the Ltb-

PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. payment upon such date and upon, Miss! Towne, Edgerton, Wis., Kellerdi.. F. .. .. ...Eagan I times M mach M the monials ca file ia ,oratory ef E.0 J>e,Witt. e e
... ,
TT 8 E
kill or 10 ont ri Co. Chicago
t Hannah ... .. .. office.
Kodak Sup Finishing for Amateurs. such terms as ,may be ,agreed upon| Miss WillIams of Macon, Mrs. Hear- C- F..Bigg3 eui
i-- by the Board of Bond Trustees and in. Miss Underhill, Miss Haynes, ,McGourln _. ... R, F.. .. ..' Zeliua i
Messrs. Seasongood & May.er.' :Miss Marcia May, Messrs., Albert Proffes-sor 'McCree...the, physical di TO ALL DEALERS The $1.00 size Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is guaranteed only to
R. K. WHITE "Respectfully submitted, Corry, Paul Thomas, Will Hogge, rector .of the Y. M. C. A acted as'
'I J'purchasers who present our printed coupon properly filledout at time of sale with name and
Watchmaker,Manufacturing Jeweler and Graduate "L. HILTON GREEN, Peter Miller, Richard: Woodberry, policeman and manged to keep order
Optician.30 S. Palafox Street Pens aeola. Fla. "Chairman.! ." Rabe Love, E. C. Love, Julian How,after a,, fashion the umpire was DrJ.]address i We will protect dealers only upon presentation of this coupon. E. C. DeWitt & Co.,

- Chairman Green, adatessed the ard, Thomas McIntosh, Edward Manning J. W. Higgins _who was nearly!! i Chicago, U S. A.
mobbed two or three times and thel!
mayor and council briefly after and Dr. Hahn.
Tersely Told which the authority asked for was Messrs. R. 3. Roddenberry :and official scorer was' 17. C. Watson, 'al-;

conferred upon th? trustees. without Jones, of Cairo, Ga., were prominent' that though theyoun5 it seemea':man to 'tho who audience did the .trouble being that when his massive c<.J Cc .s

I a The dissenting action vote.of the council means visitors to the city on in Thursday.the inter :markin on the hoard B!S the whole :;form gathers momentum, he generally A good 8 day Parlor Clock. .. ... ... ... ..... ... ... ., .... .$5.00
These gentlemen came has to butt into the wall in 'order
There will! be services tomorrow: at that Pensacola, bonds for improvements new business at. ,timea .. ; A good 8-day Parlor Clock, with alarm $3.00
est of railroad to
the OJivs Ba- and 7-30 conducted by E. C. To the .of their by W S. Garfield, and after
friends
p. m. an early date be delivered to the i regret many ; Repairing at reasonable prices.
through Baker county to Newton -] him came the lithe and graceful form
Clayton. successful, bidder and the commence.work of Camilla, Cairo, ,Calvery, Quincy i!J.J. 'S.H.:Reese P. irpo, lt W sentheir B. Shepard ,and regrets.Dr, I'of the Gas Man, brother Zeek, who l. F. DAVIS, JEWELER, at Coe's Book Store.
the improvements. will soon and thence to St. Joseph's Bay on club cannI- ,
Dr. C. E. Bennett returned to ,The first two pleaded; other business. .flourished the ball likea
city yesterday after having, spent six the Gulf of Mexico Mes-sm. Rodden- but genial bal preparing for a feast':of stewed
the
months" : RESOLUTIONS ADOPTEDBY berry and Jones were- met br the [ doctr"'i\\Jt ed tip.tostone zy; .missionary It'only takes'about three
at Kansas City, Ma, takinga i bruise: _on his 1"oa which kepV MELLEN'S CHICK FEEDTo
past graduate course in astrapathy.His CAMP WARD,' No. 10 Boar,' of Trade who "as a body evinc- him from 'participating. Jumps for Mr. Zeekto get from

many friends here are glad to ed much interest in- the new road The business men had the first base to' base, and It is no wonder
hatched brood. fill their
greet him again. It having come to'the knowledge of and a committee consisting of 'chance at the bat R. ''M. Bushnell that he made a fine recora1 as a base your newly Why

Camp Ward No. 10, United Confederate Messrs. J. L, lUcFarlin! : M. Corry, i leading off: with, a base hit, ;which runner., little crops with meal or other soft: feed that
Three tried iu the A. T Hearin and E. C. Love was 'ap'Polni that
cases were mu- Veterans,' that Comrade Jos. P. :seemed to'encourage' the' old fellows Another feature of the game
nicipal court yesterlay. The ..lefeu-I Goodman has removed from Pensacola d to meet" with;these gentleman :who gave evidence of -wilting: when .must not be overlooked was the re- soon packs and sours, causing many fatalities,

dants were adjudged guilty anJ fines ,.Fla.-to Falrfleld,'Californ'a: ; there and others in 'Albany: Ga., the first : they realized what they were up, markable pitching of W. S. Garfield. when a mixture of 20 kinds of seeds and
amounting to $9 and costs,assessed., for be itResolved. of the week ,to' further discuss and i against, and, after ,their nerve .had returned Mr.: Garfield ,has a way of swinging; grains .
.1. H. Gilreath! of.the Atlanta Journal That the members of perfect the plans;, I they wollcped out four runs. bis atm that tells of much expri- will furnish all that nature requires to make
!, is in the c:ty. Camp Ward No. 10, regret the r3mov- >Mr. S. A. Einstein! general man- i Charlie Gray who held down third 'ence with ice cakes and coal shovels
al of Comrade and Brother Jos. P. ager for Cohen & Co., who have the bag for the business'' bunch receivedan Mr. Keller also exhibited some' of the them thrive.Telephone .
Your Mil kick yourself if your ad. tobacco in the Garfield
plantation which Mr
largest novemonts for
I II
association
Goodman and his as vet- ovation as he gracefully ambledup
is not in tomorrow's big Easter Edition eran friend and citizen; a comrade world was' a prominent visitor in the I to home plate, swinging the bat ina was noted, and it wa ,evident that F. S. MELIEN 6 CO. No. 334
so better rush in last had considerable
your copy above reproach, one whose fidelity In city Monday. threatening manner. He managed to he has practice
early this morning. Every Pensaco-. peace or !n war was above suspicion.Be Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Underhill arriv- get around the bases with the assistance along the same lines. Hannah.sspecialty .-- -
tan should feel.proud of its home paper it further ed home on Friday from a short of a pair of fumbles and a' hit was fanning out' and ha :

tomorrow morning.The Resolved, That these proceedingsbe visit to Charleston, S. C. tj- Keller, and when the side was 're- easily won the championship in this
Mr. and :Mrs. Cobb and( Miss Flora four nice had NEW METHOD LAUNDRY
jIg spring opening of th stan- published: in the city papers and !tired runs been rolled line.The
aHarlin
of Tallahassee, are visiting young men played a steady
be sent to esteemed .
dard Clothing Company last Thursday copy our ,Mrs. M. F. Burghard. of this citroMrs. up.The generation waltzed Jn game ana', although in the rear until ,
was a treat success. The numerous, rade at Fairfield. CaL J. S. Shaw and little daughter with an younger air of confidence but were the ninth inning kept claw PHONEI186. E. W. LAWRENCE, Prop. No. 8 WEST ROMANA ST.

salesmen were kept busy all day sell-, -- arrivea' home the first of this,put down and out with only one run enough to finish ahead when they .
-- --
ing goods ah'd showing v'.s'.tors: : the No Holiday. week from an extended visit to New II I to .their credit. made a final spurt
new styles id hats shoes and cloth (
; People have different Ideas 'a* to York. j jj i i Star Players. Interest at Finish.
ing. The Standard is to be congratu what constitutes a holiday; a vaca j I ')lr. J. L. McFarlin returned this]I Big Tom McGourin led off in the The greatest interest in the game Easter NoveltiesGet
lated on its fine, stock this spring., !, !'week from'a visit to ) "
I tion. Mrs. Pettis had her own firmly pleasant frien:131 j.I I: second. He is a south paw at tire centered in the ninth inning at the'
The Florida Presbytery which has i fixed opinions on the subject I HP Jacksonville. : hat and pecked at the ball like, an i beginning of which the score was 27' Easter dyes, rabbits, chicks here. A beautiful assort t
been in sess'on' at Chi;)!ey. elected W,: I Llessr.3A.. D. Covington and R. I... old lady jabbing: at a mouse with a+; to 26 in favor of the business men.: ment. Easter cards and books in great profusion.
"I don't count Thanksgiving or '
B. Fsrrlss, of this city, as moderator,., ;Munroe are promirsnt visitors in loker. It Is as a base runner that'I..Bushnell was first at the bat for the!
ml also elected him as commis]oni r!, Christmas or Washington's birthday or i(Jacksonville this week rc" particularly shines, ,the only: business men and managed to get,
to the general assembly which is held! any of those holidays she said frank around the,bases. 35 did Garfield who; Coe's Bookstore."hone .

In Greenville, S. C.. on the third; ly to an old friend one day. "What I The Original Laxative Cough Syrups followed him The' Gas Man got asd/!

Thursday in May. F. E. Dey, of Milton count a holiday is,when Ezra and Jim Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar. SPLIT,. BRITTLE, DULL HAIR. far as third and attempted to get' 235. 213 South Palafox Street, PentscilaEOPLE's

was elected alternate commis: and Bob and Liphlet go off up to the It expels; all'cold from the'system by home on a fly, but missed connections -
All Come From Dandruff, Which Is was retired'with Mellent
sioner. : wood lot with their dinner and I know acting as a cathartic on the bowels. and
I they won't be,back tilj. night, Laxative Honey and Tarts!i Caused by a Germ. who pounded out the fly. Wentworth t
You can fool yourself all of the time Kenn?dp's Split hair, hard hair, lusterlesshair mad a run ana1 the side was retired)
about! how to advertise your storeIf -,I "I'm not one to deny that men folks a certain, safe and harmless' cure for brittle hair, falling haT, all without further scoring '
I have their good points, but how a :woman colds, croup and whoop n'g cough.ICHOLSOS SHOE STORE
you want to; and you probably do owe their origin to dandruff, which is Pandemonium broke loose in the
fool yourself, occasionally! about whereand can call it a holiday when they're in caused bya, measly little microbe last half of the ninth inning with the The

when to advertise; but you need the house calling for food by ,looks that burrow into the scalp,.throwing score 27 to 26 in favor of the business -
nOl fool yourself any of the time about'i when they aren't by words is beyond .\ I FOR cp,_the cuticle into dandruff scales men. Biggs made a run which
how much to ad"ertise-for It depends me!"-Youth's Companion.! and sapp'ng: the vitality of the hair tied the score; Eagan also scored Leader in Low Prices.
upon how much business you want to' at the root, causing the several. diseased and was followed by two others,
do. I' Food For'Squirrel J JUSTICE OF PEACE conditions of the hair till it making the final score 30 to 27 in. 32 West Government.
finally falls out. Modem science!' the men. '
The who feed the, squir favor of ,young .. ,
.
gray _
window display of the Meyer Most people has discovered: a remedy to destroythe The whole bunch nearly shouted ---
floe Company is attracting: a great rels in the big parks'fali to realize thatit dandruff: microbe, which is combined themselves during the last inning, NNN NNIIaH/1NIN N9N/. 1 NN1./ IN
dal? of attention among the Children! is no kindness'to give the*pretty MUCH INTEREST MANIFESTED IN in Newbro's HerpiCde, the and every possible means wag. re-

and grown folks. The display! com- little animals such soft shell nuts as PROBABLE, CANDIDACY OFPOPUUAR delightful hair dressing. Allays itching sorted to to "rattle" the opposing r .l.li

prises a miniature wind-mill which is I I almonds, peanuts and chestnuts/ Unman instantly and makes hair soft as!players.The I There Are Many Women Who Get'
Decorated with a variety of baby f beings who do cot have to actually YOUNG MAN. silk. Take no substitute; nothing gallery was crowded with
shoes in all colors. The mill is made forage for food naturally enough feel "jurt as good. For sale by W.- A. ladies and gentlemen, all of whom t

to revolve by electricity. Then too. that it is thongutfnlness l Itself.to save D'Alemberte druggist and apothr\; \ participated in the burlesque on the
there is a lot of litfc chicks-just the squirrels work. Tlje fact_ is, however Much interest was manifested -' cary, 121 (South Palafox national game that was' ground out i More Personal Enjoyment f
ont of the shell The display is very ,teeth so yesterday !: send tOe in stamps for sample to' for their benefit by the Y. M. C. A.players. .
that a squirrel'} grow over the announcement that
creditable. Herpicide Co. Detroit Mich. On the whole, the game
,
rapidly that deprived of thcjr normal popular Reub) L Nicholson: would be 1 I The not
and I *
was funny in the extreme, out of the things that beautify, decorate and add com-
their candidate for Justice of the in
very
use they might even through\ a peace means devoia' of interest as
Gus Give your Sunday's'desssrt the fam- uselessness become lens enough'to put 1 this district and the opinion was free i! .. -- by any attested by the howling of them fcrts to the home than they do out of the things for mere, :
"Blue Ribbon T'avor." Ask for this charming rodent of the. trees in ly expressed that he,would be success was attendance. '
Blue crowd in enjoyment Handsome furniture in the home 2
personal
Il'tlbon'Lemon or Vanilla. Ab if he made the i
danger of starvation. Hickory, pecan ful race. : Another match game will be played
Other solutely ,pure goes twice as far as and hazel nuts are th. proper food tothrow Mr. Nicholson is a native of Pensa Wash Dirt next Friday night, when a younger is a source of unending pleasure and comfort By our :
kinds. cola, where he has lived all of n's will
to the squlrrels.-Broolyn Life. I team of business men oppose i Buy now, Pay Later Plan anyone can have fine furniture :
life.' Hs is a son of Chas. Nicholson, Some laundries not only 'practically the same nine as represented

COCKROACHES.Water : ex-deputy harbor master, and for several wash the dirt out of 'a the younger generation last .. and pay for it while usln-g it.

.-l years was in the employ of theLv shirt, but pretty nearly night I F!: Sideboards, Polished Oak, Plate Mirror, $15.00 to.... .. .. .$65.00-- I
& N. railroad, with
the
Bugs, Rats, Mice and All Vermin employees 'Wash the very life out of
It I f lot which he is extremely popular! : Bedroom Suits, finest Oak, substantial and well finished, $20 to $125
Destroys it. We use an abundance Cough Remedy the Best
by Stearns' Paste. beCOFFEE 'Chamberlain's
You !!(! I "Reub, as he is familiarly called by ofSoft Popular. Odd Dressers from $9.00 to $$25.00; Chairs 75 cents to.. .. ? .,$5.00 Z
h can seep:! up dead roaches by his host of friends, was also, for sometime and Most '
e panful any morning If the night :t I in the grocery business with h's ."Mothers buy it for croupy children, I
elore 1 you used Stearns':! Electric Rat ; father, and is now a deputy sheriff. Water railroad men' buy it for severe coughs I I
and Roach Paste. Prove by change toPOSTUM :, Mr. Nicholson has always been a and elderly people buy it for la grippe

Thin! remarkable roach erterminv i strong primary man and an advocate: and SoapLet ," says Moore Bros., Eldon, Iowa.I
for 1 MARSTON &
is the! only] one on the market of a white primary, and has, at times, "We sell more of Chamberlain's Cough!I QUINA iI.
tt where It you can get 3 our money:! back I:[ been active in politics. He Is a goody us call for your wash. Remedy than any other kind. It!I. !
fails.faire E y "mixer," and numbers his friend laj seems to have taken the lead over several '
It .is also sure death to rats and j the city and county only ly ,his acquaintances The Star Steam ; other good brands." There is no I'i 108/110 S, Palafox St Phone 148. Pensacola, Fla,

Sold 10 days and note the improve- ', If he 'should conclude question but this medicine is the best NIiI...............................................
eV rrwhere or sent express to run'for the office of justice of'the that can be procured .for coughs and
prepaid; on receipt! of.-Price. Stearns' ;ment."THERE'S 1 peace he would toe a hard man to beat,i i Laundry. colds, whether it be a child or an I. "

t-ectiic Paste,Co.,.Chicago, J1L Small A as he Is a worker and his! great pop 37 E Sarden St. Phone '114. adult that Is afflicted. It always cures!I ,
t.r.*).V cfnts: hotel sie. efght times REASON. I ularity would Insure ,active work on I Penwcola.'FU and cures-quickly. Sold by all drug. Subscribe for The Journal
Quantity. Jl.oo. the part of. his friends. gists.,
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be rendered' r jliss 1&& YaHc sBnuaoned' her .,
of new land that would ". H : mArt.- =
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availabe for cultivation and, the probable : f : brotherto: the door Just then and deliv

iDe en4tto1a !ftmfnal- money "would bring to the The Journal's Daily Short StoryBeatity's : ered to him a large.doll which bad been
of
'
-problem
state treasury en the i i sent from one of'the stores.
I further prosecution of ,the work couid "Florence bought it," said she. "It
:, with soma cer- j
be calculated upon
nnn WWLfl$1f WUUU n n ICAlLY. : is one that the little girl has noticed
of arriving at art intelligent ;
tainty Christmas several times,in window.. She'll recognize -
I WEEKLY. SUNDAY. and soundly based conclusion.The ; "Tree '
Times admits a' partiality towards jj : it Florence wants you to put it

PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY the prospect ot liavin'g many >I BY EMILIA ELLIOTT < | In a conspicuous place." '

I I millions of acres of first-class farmIng Varick slipped the doll under his coat

: ...BY. J,I' lands opened to settlement in Its Copyright,'1903, by Charles N. Lurie. and got, behind'the curtain without attracting I

immediate vicinity. Should the Everglades jiiif7af i Beauty's attention. His artistic
THE JOURNAL COMPANY. j I //L'M i *;! $a'$ j.; I$ ,
when devastatedof -- -- -
to -
prove be instinct and ,training enabled him to

i nfuwtnJ-uru-u---w IJUUW ffA WrJJJLfuWJWUW ,? 'their surplus waters what Governor northern half of the attic I place the doll in a pot where It could
I Broward imagines, It would be the discovery ; through the open wi dowL' I've "got I not attention ll ving'done this
into escape
FRANK U MAYES President 'and General THE been transformed a him right In' the middle of the leap.
Manager. i of a new,and fertile province he proceeded to light the candles on the
1 within Tampa's tributary territory. It under Varick's personal Full: of action, isn't It? What do you f

might'open to our' trade thousands of supervision, and it suited the think?" tree.

MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. new homes occupied by men of enter. young 'artist admirably, There w slight "I think the hero is a splendid mark, i When all. was ready he lowered'theshade

__.____ prise'and'icoumulatin wealth. Our and "' I over the big studio window.., order
-- -.- -- --- nrun .n.jV1jVuW JVW JUW JVW there was space. enough for all I wonder that he got away, said
is than other: to the to give better "value" to the brilliant -
city nearer any Glass
Florence.
"Butthere's of
j his things and for "distance" when he a heap good ,
SUBSCRIPTION RATES. lands proposed :to be redeemed and tree, '
1 seclusion drawing In that picture Toa've told
at work there was
was and
"I One year.S 00 Ono Month. ....... ........ 45 our people would reap much benefit the truth. no matter what the author "Now," said.be: addressing the little

: Six Months..2 50 One Week......... ....... ll> more than in proportion, to,the ,state 'such as every person engaged in an artistic has done." girl:and copying some of the languageof Easter Flower I

; LL Three Months...... .?.-.... 1 25 Weekly Edition, per year.$1
county, within the drainage district sake and for the of mind ofthose,
f, i ruwl.nr Ww- w-ww j -w-- who favor the scheme because they peace suppose Chase'doesn't know much your own. The gifts are yours. They

The Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed believe in it. Some of them are gen- who love, him. .about shooting. He's made his reputation come from our hearts to you. We wish Holders

telemn in whom'the Times .has much When the heavy door was closed Var- as a portrayer of simple life and you to remember"But 'f

Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. confidence. \ ick could swear in French German or homely characters. That's where he Beauty seemed, to find this discourse -,f

ruw.r WuAfuWtwWu Wmrr wsw-u- -- ''For these reasons mainly our plsa English'without fear that: his two old stumps me. I made that picture in two alarming., She bid her face and '9 Easter will,soon,be here again and

that the governor be allowed a fair maid sisters would hear,him, and ,on days and had no trouble at all, but I'm made a feint" of crying. After much the violet and carnation and rose fin

'Ir Offlcs,108undllOEast I I P.pesonSal.oriTralns chance to develop,.his plans at least to good days, when Satan bad departedout going crazy over this one." And as he I petting and whispering by Florence the the air with their fragrance, and the

1L4A. Government. Phone 38. and at all News Stands. the stage of ascertaining their feasibility of crayons and brushes and a spoke he set another board upon the child was persuaded to turn toward the advance guard of f stately Bermuda

n t l. wvww and the cost of putting themthrough. easel curtain again and even displayed some lilies Hft their immaculate blojsoruj
to animate
'beneficent had
come
1 FLORIDA If he .is right it would be spirit That little 'girl is seeing her first small signs of enthusiasm. above the
PENSACOLA SATURDAY
: MORNING, APRIL 7. 1906 variegated
an everlasting blunder and pity to 1 them, the door could be opened so that crocuses and
2iI Christmas tree, explained Varick.: '''She'll be when she it"
great sees the
I tulips m florists'shops..
-- arrest him the threshold. "girls"
on the might hear their brother "'
"The heroine-a York belle
New society
said Varick. "Don't hold her too tight
4iti The National ers would' be chary of being arrested "" -H : ;f sing as he toiled. named Lh'ingstone-and Loren, the ex- ly. Let her run. I want to see, just I q The custom of sending cut flowers

again., above It was not u good day, and the door schoolmaster- take a fancy to a child cow she does it. Newi"! in a proper 'vase or holder will pre-
We present the suggestions
I 4ll Quarantine Bill for the consideration of those now $ CONSERVATIVES ARE i was shut Some one knocked. Varick, between three and four years old and Suddenly be swept the curtain' aside, vail almost universally this year-so

Southern newspapers, with the exception candidates before the people for leg- TURNING TO BRYAN who was putting up a curtain made of get up'a Christmas celebration for her. and at th*. same moment! Florence released Fashion says.

m ,of a few Texas publications, islators. and if desired by the votersto 1} ---.:;; 'If two sheets across a corner of the studio They set up the tree behind a curtainin her hold upon the child. The removal

are almost unanimous in favor of recommend to these candidatesthat # New 'York -Tribune.- pounded his thumb with a hammeras Miss Livingstone's drawing room of the gentle hands which had q J The new styles of vases are now

i. & ;) national such amendment to the criminallaw he turned to say "Come In." He was and bring in the little girl-Beauty- held her frightened Beauty, and she here and are at once beautiful and
: control of
quarantine. be made, and for all petty crimes INHt sitting on the top of a stepladder nursing without telling her what she's going to shrank back till she could get a good artistic. Never have they been so
!Florida
i' papers, especially, have all the lash be substituted instead of -
his thumb when the door swung see. Here's the passage in the story: grip of Florence's skirt. Thus sustained cheap.
along advocated such a measure and fines and imprisonment. William J. Bryan will have the support I .
open. 'Will you draw the curtain or will IT she stood staring at the tree,
I new that Congress has about agreed : in the .next Democratic national Immediately Y rick assumed the asked Miss Livingstone. tj But, don't! wait until the last rainvte .
her eyes widening and her face bright.
on the details of the bill, their views H'ii convention of the very men from 'this pose of one who listens and with raised '1 in think a gently you had authoritative better answered tone reminiscent Loren -- ening. But she was immovable and -select yours tocay.Gerson's! .

; on the' measure, as it stands at present city, who fought ,him twice and who finger he checked his sister, who would I of his schoolmaster days. speechless.

4EL are particularly interesting. The i VOX POP Ll finally nominated ex-Judge Parker atm. have spoken. She. also listened, smile "At that moment Beauty who had escaped "Just like the, others!" groaned Var-

ft4iU! Jacksonville Times-Union has the following Louis, two years ago. In the Dem- lug.4"That's. the room from, the exclaiming maid came: 'Where running is into my ick. "She doesn't,do a thing. But she

to say upon tha subject: ;& ocratic Club there, is talk.pf ,arranging what I came to tell you," f Christmas tree? I want It right now!' likes it, though. I can see that. She'llbe I

The passage of the Mallory quarantine a reception in his honor on: his return 'said she at last. "Florence Is here.". "Loren gathered the child in bis arms all right in a minute."
"I'm glad she's better and talked to her wisely of,the virtue of
-i bill places the care of the Clean the City. feeling responded "
: "Like It, Beauty? asked Florence.
from his tour around the world. patience while Miss Livingstone darkened -
health of the country in the hands of Editor Pensacola Journal Delancey Nic l1. aweek a'go, at the Varlck the room so that the lights upon the Beauty looked around timidly and OPERA HOUSE

g:4: the Federal government, and we I: have read your editorial In Sun Democratic Clubeulogized Mr. Bryanas "Better tree shone through the curtain, 'just like whispered an unintelligible word.
? think the 'results will be much, more day's issue relative to the price thecity's "Oh, she hasn't bee'ill that I know the beautiful stars In heaven,' as littleBea.ut ,J1_,rUWJ ,rJU1rumrLrrsutrfluJrur,,S.,._ ...
an honorable Democrat. His declaration "It's all for you, little girl, said Var
4hr1 satisfactory than under the old : 3'Si first improvement bonds of; Just blu ." )> sold. .
at time aroused of 'all One Solid Week
the
lot ick and
a
tern of State quarantines.It "At last all was ready and Miss Living ; yours.
;i realized. which is certainty'v rl comment, ''but it was favorable comment "How do you know, that?" stone 'proceeded to slowly draw aside the Beauty's became less ,tranceiike.
will secure uniformity. It will flattering and demonstrates the con- "Because she haant-a been over,",he curtain until'the glittering marvel waa pose Saturday Matinee

f (prevent one state from making a fidence the people in this section Mr. Nicoll is 'vice chairman of the replied. /"When Florence Isn't getting revealed. Then Loren could no' longer She seemed to be struggling with something Monday 9th.
April
health war on another. It is in line have in Pensacola's future. Democratic Committee and will on with her work she stays Shewon't hold the child, though he would have in the nature of.an idea. ,
remain away.
N1 >with that policy, which all approve, Tte city should maintain that confidence liked to have done so. Quick and elusiveas "Miner': she said. with difficulty."Ohh" .
in that position until the assembling burden me with her discourage-
a fairy he was unable to hold her. The Edsall
$ "which not Winthrop
tLt31 presents states from levying and by its acts create "
of the next. national convention.In ments. .With outstretched arms. as If to clasp .
duties against each other from distrust this summer and perhaps voiced the tree and all its wealth of She took the Jeast little step forward.
,his speech he the deep hostility He'laughed grimly at the notion that good thingsto
ijIt; making war one with another from jeopardize the people's health and of the socalled Cleveland wingof her little bosom, the eager child sprang "Yes, yours," whispered Florence; Stock CompanyPresenting
interfering with interstate commerceor cause suspicion. The writer has the burden could be faken from him in forward. '" *
the Democratic 'William R. "all for you.
: to
from',hampering it in any' way. read an advertisement In the Engineering party such a manner. "That's wttt Tin trying to show," the Greatest Repertoire of
Hearst, who is regarded with a rap. Slowly the child crept forward stepby
1 think she well. 1""No
Journal calling for bids paints -
There was a time -when woaM on : very Bald Varick "
; we, idly growing dread-by the "but ssn &ow I catt'tman. COMEDYS AND ''DRAMAS
43 miles of to be let conserva- shedoesn't Varlck. step and dragging Florence after
r14 have insisted on Florida regulating sewers on April responded age It The child eludes Ee Jttrt as she '
q4 her own quarantine affairs. Yellow 19th. By 'June miles of street will tive Democrats of this city. with decision "but if she fights likea in'the her. It, was: :a wonderful display of ever seen here

r4 ;94 ?evr wa.snot. so well understood be torn up. The people need! the The kindly feeling! 'toward( Bryan or soldier and, works like brimstone I eluded, Loren story. rye had courage. Beauty bred: the unfamiliar Monday Night
half dozen models here
the of a but
rui then as now and the Federal healthauthorities'werfe sewerg baaly, but it will not part : the good Democrats blazes"- theywon't ,, dazzling, menacing apparition in

iTc not &$'well -preparedto do to dig up the streets this summer, amounting to a willingness to support "She's only a girl."" do anything. They Just stand the corner for the sake of the dolly The Light House Robbery
: known to him for the head of the next national .till-, ,as if they wenT\ ,hypnotized. I
for reasons all. In the ,
,
fight the disease as they are now. us "A girl,with a future!l" he exclaimed. ; which lay in its'embrace. Having won PRICES 20, 30 cents.
minds, ticket, Js pointed out as a surprising I don't kiow how to
t1'cl: Remove the' cause: and the effect will of many of our citizens this suppose tiJanage- that hastily
prize she retreated and sat
,
cease. In this;; .case the cause is removed -was partly the cause of Pensacola's object lesson of'the spread,' of radicalism "But she will have iv, win her way to it J them. I'm not accustomed to children." Ladies free Monday night with *

every year. Prevent its re misfortune last summer. in the Democracy, A' prominent with sword and fire:, However, I hayen't "The girl in that picture is,seventeen down in a far ,corner, with the, dolly paid 30 cent ticket.

Clean up the city, buiJd the city member of the' Democratic dub in time to talk to'her'about it today. I years old" said Florence I clasped to her bosom. The neglected Seats now on Sale.

turn.Great buildings defer digging up streets commenting on the situation tonight' have troubles of my own." Christmas tree was behind her.
inconvenience and injury Is "After the children went,back on me .
until fall All preliminary plans for said: .., 'A voice from':beyond the door sald'What I *
caused every year by state quaran- t got' Lucy to pose just on the chanceof WORTH OWNING.
; 'tine regulations that are caused by the sewers can be made this summer ."Unless Hearst should run away are tasy!" and ,.Florence en: and "l'ir going to draw the thing Just as
ti ; a suggestion, Sister Lucy is not I
panic,' It is much better to shut the but work should not be started with the organization before 1908,you tered. In It happened," said Varick half an hour 'Pianos that are musically artist'rare
her first youth. .She's thirty that'swhat
disease in Than to shut it out. Only before, middle of October, will see the conservative\ Democrats Varick from the top of the stepladder. ; i later, ''and Chase ,and his publishermay the only instruments worth own
/We must of' this city supporting Bryan for the she la, though perhaps I oughtn'tto I ing. If you want a piano that combines
t1'ri' a narrow cordon around an infected proceed, slowly for a fev jurveyed her keenly for an instant I do what they please. Chase is evidently -
:- ; spot 1$ needed in addition to the months on aU'excavation work.S. nomination two"years from,now:. Bry. then he descended briskly and ad. mention it However, he proceeded, a donkey. He is ignorant of perfect purity of tone and action
: "I've got the scheme now. I'm going to together with incomparable beauty: of
S. L. IJEONARD.Louisville. an has become leas' radical and could
I-recaution of screening if the exist- Vanced with extended hand. IDs heart life. As a matter of fact, I knew that
tt- enec of the disease is dis- ( Ky., April 4.. be counted on to give a good administration reproduce the scene by Jingo! There's appearance, you will make your section "-
quickly
but'his already. But I had few illusions in
full of love head a
.was was in ,
&
; covered. If it is not discovered until if he should be"elected whil! my tree, there's my curtain, and I've of the pianos we sell-Kranich
.i'pt control, and not a trace of sentimental regard to myself. This little experiment Bach Packard Lester Cassell, Ci'-
,
there are many ;points of infection a f.H.H .i-D.I HHH. ) on the other hand the 'conservative bought a'. lot of candles 'and orna
iwi- cordon around a District that will include ft Democrats and for that matter; Republicans weakness marred the'perfect picture of ments" has dispelled "them, and I see my- ter and others. You can pa when

all of them is needed. With GIVE GOVERNOR are willing to go a good food comradeship which he presented. "Have you chosen your model?" self for what I am. you like.

r this! work properly done there is no J BROWARD A SHOW. ft deal further along radical lines than "The top o' the morning to you," said "There are the ones rye had here already '"What do you mean?" she asked. CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE.

Tuft.4j ued elsewhere of quarantins. The ,-- they were in 1896 or,1900. he. "You're more than welcome. I need of course, but I'd like a new one. He took her hand; but not as he bad Pensacola, Fia.!

irecautlons in infected localities will Tampa Times. "WMle! Hearst is,a manof, capital, you.',' Don't you know a little girl who could lone earlier In the day.

.-? bo in the hands of men, whose opinions he is too much of< a Socialist to suit "That's cheering," she replied. "I'm play Beauty in my scene?" I i I "I have been Just as silly about you,"

HJ will be respected" in all the C"H the conservative Democrats: ,, and for glad! that a demand for my services "I know one who'll look the part answered said he,' "as Chase has' been about his Poh'ticalAnnouncements.RATES. .

w / ,t states and whose powers will 'be saf- that reason, more than for any other, exists somewhere." Florence, "but whether she can little girl. Pvc neglected the plain N..'

Hi: ficient to compel obedience and the .It Is not necessary for the Timesto they will oppose him. Bryan on the "It exists everywhere said he with play It'- facts of human nature. I've been trying '
r1tii; uninfected country will bt,) free to other hand, while' ,a good deal of
again define its a spirit, "only won't it. "You're to fill heart' with man's "
S&1 pursue its busIness unhampered by attitude towards radical has been broadened you see "Thafll be all right when she has,the your a The rates for political ann.HIDC'

suspicion, and fear.Whipping Governor. Broward. It did! not aid and travel awl observation by study low in your mind again, Florence; tree to look at. She'll run for it fast courage; I've been trying to make you ments, not exceeding 8 lines to rn;

s in his selection- the democratic be trusted by the men in,-the and Demo-could that's all. Take a new grip on,your enough. When can you bring her?" fight as I,fight hope as I hope, endure till the primary of Hay 15, are as fo:-
candidate
for the place ne holds. critic organization wio self. Get Into the batt*: and ,fight "I'll have her here at 2 o'clock this as I endure, and If's a monstrosity. lows:
him
4. Instead But it accords to him the same respect before to run things sensibly opposed if he harder. And by the way, what's gone afternoon." No wonder that you 'always stay away The Dally Journal ... ... . .I1'11"!'
: and dignified courtesy it would The Weekly Journal . . 5''";
this time? Is It that design He thanked her from me wbcpou're blue. It shows
( ji have endeavored1 to exact in behalfof should be elected_ President. wrong cover heartily and promised A
?" I| your good sense. But try me onee These rates are strictly; cash in
of Imprisonment.. the gentleman it preferred had he help In return for hers.
vance ;and no announcement W1>!:: P
been ,successful. The governor be- "Yes. But never mind. Let's talk "As soon as this job Is off my hands" more. When the work goes badly come '

kt According to The Jacksonville Metropolis lieves he Is supported by: the major- A GOOD ACTOR ,about your work. What have you said he,' "I'll take hold of your work to me, and J will tell you that it doesn't ditions.inserted or run under any othpn

t1 a belief exists in some quarters -ity of the people of the state in the Hew a Famous French Advocate Wo there, behind that curtain-a tree?" 'with you. and w&'ll thump it into matter a bit, that I love you Just the

that the'whipping post for minor project of reclaiming the Everglades. Bopele W. 'rder.C.*. "A Christmas tree," said he. shape, You can't fail, Florence. I same and always shall, and I'll not tell Justice of Peace, 2nd District,

;I'j1. offenses would serve the ends of He is pursuing that object with a Maitre Lachand the famous advocate "Aren't yon a little in advance of the won't have It Just look at it as a mat- you to,smash things and fight the luck:
c.'lDrtldal"
I
hereby announce my
steady
1 $ justice better than imprisonment purpose, but it will hardly be season? It's three weeks to Christ-' ter of life or death and fight your way because that's a man's way. I'll not for the Peat"
fair to stigmatize him was perhaps the greatest muter office of Justice of the
as possessed "
address
your
dear little bead at all '
and, according to the same authority! by obstinacy because he' does not of comedy in Prance, and not a few mas. through. I for the Second District: of Esi>
it is possible that the matter may be- throw up fhe task a.t"the first eminent actors envied'him'his! marvelous "This tree," said Varick, drawing Promptly at 2 Florence brought the because that's not the right way. Til County, subject to the DE'moe"ra: <

there suggestion aside the curtain '& sacred to art and model and at the sight! of the child speak straight to your heart from my Primary to be held May I5th. l (u
i-r! taken up by the next legislature. that are ;people who do powers of mimicry. He :was .onceemployed
r*.4m $3li Here is what the Metropolis has to not agree with him. He made a to defend a murderer not to beneficence. We may make a Varick's joy nearly paralyzed him. :: heart very gently and tenderly'-If-if c. L. :;HlN .

very good argument in favor of the against whom the facts were hopelessly real one'of it later, however. At present "Ideal, ideal-absolutely ideal!!" be your heart will listen" =

I..p.1 b say on the subject: scheme the chief basis of his appeal clear. this is the game-Tra illustrating cried and repeated the words over and "Yes," said she weeping happily, "It For Tax Collector.I .

Thera is a tendency In this state to to the voters at the primaries; anti When his pathetic appeals and hIs Hawley Chase's new book, and"- over again as if he had no more in his'ecabulary. ,I ." hereoy announce myself a cant:'

have the next legislature pass a law if our memory is not at fault he "Isn't that fine?" exclaimed the girl i date for re-election to the offiCi <

) authorizing the infliction by certain charged that the opposition: to him tears-which were'always'at' call when I"You will make a big hit I'm sure." Tie child clung to Florence and exhibited Tax Collector for Eseambia count ,
% 4 courts of whipping persons for various from he pleaded before a.country Jury-fail- Sirallowed Her Dead Hnabaad.
came largely men who wished There was true good will in her tone, a lively terror whenever the f' at the primary to be held on MaY l*
misdemeanors instead of fines to 'ed to touch his stolldaudience be resorted The '
keep the
Everglades in their present .wild eyed artist her. only case on record of a disconsolate 1906. I solicit ote.
approached your
and imprisonment. .It is asserted condition 'of usefulness for the jt:e the most impudent piece of quaintly mingled with a touch of envy. widow-swallowing the remainsof
that nothing fits the crimes as wellas "I must responded Varick with de "I suppose a studio is a strange spectacle Respectfully,
present with the
ultimate flew of'trickery. Thrusting. his .moistened! her dead husband is that of Arte- J. S. ROBERTS.
for her
a good lashing. This new method cision. "I that Chase standsat said Varick.
converting the land thereof to private white handkerchief tato his.pocket, he suppose mesla drinking a glass ot wine in
,
of punishment is just what should the head "At three and a half," responded
benefit. in of the younger'popular
of au
some those numerous I demanded if the 1 ner-
if friends,
Jurors were men, which the ashes of Mausolus had been At the solicitation of
fLE1; te-1zr..iIosed> upon the party or parties ,ways familiar to business they had human hearts if, could thors. This book of his is sure of 150- Florence- "most spectacles are strange.She'll candidate: fn"
they stirred for that The parties by announce myself a
;who wantonly on Sunday night last politics. get used to it. That's what living purpose. '
000 circulation. It will be read 0
!44t:3 uprooted the twenty4v.e young shade The bring_ ,themselves condemn a fellowman every. Is-'a process of used to this remarkable transaction were the office of Tax Collector sublet
: governor was endorsed by the where. I tell you Florence, this is a getting to things. the Democratic PimifMay
like the accused whom he had action of the
trees planted out on Springfield people with Nice brother and sister andalso husband
a somewhat narrow mar great chance for place, isn't it, Beauty? I
-Li4t :Boulevard by the city. Several citi- gin. He Is endeavoring to maktI I credited with all sOm'of1kffalr'ous' if "How me. "Yes" said the child. I and wife. Mausolus was,king of Carla 15. 1906.NEILIS OERTING

14I lens have stated to the Metropolis good Ijls pre-election promises. Jt not saintly merits. "About long wee'k.have"you had "Itt.' %1aVs your name for this afternoon and reigned 'about 300 years before McKENZIE .-

hiV that a whipping post is now" otemand* would appear to be what he ought to His eloquence ,was not merely fruit a ?" Christ After his death his remains
4flt 1 ed in this state for certain crimes .do, seldoms the sp"ecTadS actually ressbut- the,Jury, responded to it at "1 think you might bare let me were burned and the ashes For County Treasurer.___
"Beauty answered the little girl disposed of
rf such as destroying property throw- presented. Naw let us all carefully first with uneasy'abUmmr.tbe'n with know related. V I will be a candidate in the! demo

tii41 Ing missiles at cars: ill-treating animals repress ,our angry passions and biting lips, and, finally with loud and "I was expecting you over here every And she laughed timidly, AS If asking as cratic primary of May 15 for re'nomination

'and other similar' petty crimes. i give the governor'' a show. The uncontrolled bursts, of laughter La- 'day, and I've been at work twentyseven permission. to the office of count treasur

Sending such miscreants to jail is: to 'Times has not given this projcet the ch&nd while I hours out of every twenty-four The "What are to r' I "' er. The'support of all democrats wil:
flinging,about-his hands, you going lee '"To die, said Dr, Samuel Johnson
krow .
1rcJ many no punishment, as they careful, study necessary to a flefinite publishers &re in a frightful I be appreciated.
hurry. Tris'mas
had his fingers into tree. "is the fate of but to die with
they will be housed and fed while opinion- intentionally dipped man, WILLIAMSI ,
I
upon Hs merit and feasibility. I J. ED.
guess that's'why I got the Job the famous -
there., and'even if sent to the convict : But we do know, something the'great inkpot.In front of him ands ; "What Is it like'2'Beauty lingering anguish. is .generally his

;k-1Mi camps! they do not seem to realize it :about what constitutes fair play and he drew hia 'right hand 'across his I fellows 'wouldn't rush so. I've hid her face in the folds ofFlorence's folly." o hereby announce myself a candidate :

punishment as much as they would we believe It dear to' the American forehead, as if to agony despair at I made [one picture already. What do -._ .gown and refused to reply.- J I for the office of County.Treas

zrHr; if a Municipal Court judge, justice | ]people and ,the- people of Flori 'a. the certain fate of'tbe accused he left yon think of itJ" j 'urer, subject to the action of the Democratic -

1:*Jr (jf the peace or other officers should It is ,quite,possible that the draiu-1 upon his brow an enormous black He set the pictur on the easel l, and Primary.

sentence them to suffer corporal puaIsftment. age of the Everglades is of doubtful mark like a 'crescent moon and.drew they regarded for a, moment' in si THOS. F., WRJGH1'OF V

:h' $ In fact it has teen proposed 1 utility but we do not happen to recall two other black} "traces"dowirhls cheeks lence. There are many causes of nervousness, but

: "by parents in open courts here just now any similar feat In hisj he put his fingers to his to dash "It's dreadfully sensational," said the Nervous poor blood beads the list. The doctors call or County Tax_Assessor.___
eyes ?
IsM to whip their children for misdeeds \tory that wag not followed by sub- the '. : x girl, with a little laugh, "but it's all ) it anemia. Tbe blood lacks red corpuscles. '-
Instead of sending th"m to prison :st rifiat benefits. On the contrary away tears. right""It At your first opportunity;consult your doctor I will be a candidate for renjmifl5'tion

: the parents alleging T-'a": ? pr1son-\there ,are well authenticated instances Feigning high' moral' indignation at had to bea, bit brisk." responded about taking Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Ask him if be has anything better for weak- to the office of County Tax A*:?"..
ment only made children worse and of their: conduct, he continued, ;',"You are I I'aricJ sor in the Democratic Prima ot! u
cultivated ,
lands being reduced \ "The passage was marked for ness, debility,nervousness. If be has take it. If not;take Ayer's Sarsaparilla. *
4 Increased their Inclinations to com marshes with disastrous ef- tbout to decide whether one"of. your fellow illustration. Loren-that's the hero-' OBI well,that's what are after. W.IUT*ce (ertf! W*vnblUli J.C.berCo 15. I respectfully ask your sappor
*it1 jnlt crime. 1Ther.9 ects- At least permit the governor men'shallbest_ by you out o( you th>forBIUM, ef,u OTr me into t
gets rather serious
a mixup with -
+ are many adults who are Itji 1 to: cut a ditch or two from the glades he: ranks of.the, living'and you choose a .. .- .- -, .
I -
wild
] Just as guilty of petty crimes as 'rI children, and it has been ofen asserted I shorte. line and"' steepest -grade. and thougbtleaslanghter.- Is this ex- never mind; I can't remember his -- "- Knight ot rOo
Knights
Order Your of the
The members
that some of the former did When ,those ditches I name. .
shall had
have travtgant mirth '!'
at'
fitting mood
a In :
to meet
ii wrong things just to get into prison! 1 their-: effect let the consequent fall of which to decide whether, a'man shall He took up some. proof sheets from ICE, COAL and WOOD Iambus are requested West Intendencia *':'E-' ''
No. 8
: ; to be cared for and, ha Idle. If the Id4t t the: lake.Je measured'., Let experts the table. hall X '
or shall not 8th a' -
whipping post was 'established it is 1 hen; !decide the volume of water they dierThe : '" 'The plainsman laid a hasty hand from: :: the on Sunday morning, April

held by some of ou'r citizens that.the I it subtract and the additioanl amount & t'atuaUyttoU'upon: the11I1'1. upon his weapon'" he"read 'but before i Consumers' Ice and Fuel. Company. o'clock. JONEs
city and state would be saved, conlderable of war} it would to evacuate The man..was.acquitted.-Paris JOHN B.
v require ] I he could fire Loren ran around the I Office-Corner Chase and Tarragona Phone 251.II Grand KL ntl
EDM. FOX
Journal'
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subtract additional ] '
expense and
the amount
id table and
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: :. ; ;handsome, sturdy children Unique ,Scheme of Gainesville! ; Fired Upon by Unknown Parties i -.- .)


Whose pictures publish. Paper to Demonstrate Circulating Time While in Colored House, of I THE SECRETOF j

f Mr. Davidson and Ws family
'
': 'were under the care of the best t Power of f Honey. III Repute. I A SUCCESSFUL GROCERYis

.' I 4' doctors the East and spent much -1
> % P time and in futile in keeping just what the
#1 % money attemptso
.' : .::: q regain their health. They finally you were thinking about public demands. We understand 1
came to Colorado, thinking the The last issue of The Gainesville, Special to The Journal. the public's wants, no matter -

climate would be beneficial, but .' Elevator; ,conta'ned the. following in-;; that pair of OXFORDSfor (Bond., Miss., April 6.-A very sad what you buy here you maybe

were again disappointed. tsresting article: I EASTER. Remember affar occurred here last Saturday I assured of the quality. j
'
> Finally Duffy's Malt Whiskey i This afternoon a bright ,slver:: dollar night. A young .man by the name of I MARACHINO CHERRIES

was tried and proved successful only nine days Cochran, who it is said, was a native i ;
: : : after everything else had failed. with several shipping tags attached more ,
of Georgia and who had*been in this I Nice! large, red, sweet and 1
started from the office of The Ele-
,
It is ,
necessary read Mr.David- before, then. Surely town a few days, was shot by an assassin Juicy Cherries put up in mara-
son's letter and study the pictureto vator on a most interesting and instructive : I while in a negro house of ill chino.and syrup, in three sizes

., appreciate his gratitude for what journey through the -has"ness' you want-the kind that's repute. Ha was conveyed to,the G.-& of bottles.
has done for himslf and
Duffy's
ciannjls of Gain vi\le.\ The doll r' S. I. Hospital; at Hattiesburg the next HALF PINTS.. .. .. .. .25c
J his family. He says: correct, if so, they must morning where he died Monday at 5
;
a::
Sam'a'coins
of Uncle .
J "I: want you to know that Duffy's Pure Is a genuine specimen I a. m. We learn from rumor that He PINTS-----------.. ...50e

F :Malt good Whiskey than ten has years'done of our medical family attend-more and has a small silver ring solj have MEYER'S stam left a wife and one child in his native QUARTS... .. .... .. .75c

... 'ance. We were under the care of the j dered to the riaa of it. To this rng state. At the time of the shooting

:: : :. and best doctors in the East and spent time I(Ithe, tags are,attaclie
r J.t : -::'': %.::...:. :?.:-:: ...'. :'... .-S -\. .W...%W respectable money degree endeavoring of health.to secure Finally some we is printed on the face of th* first tat:: styles for all prices for this town was shot in the head' but IROSENAU&GERELDS
+ 'r ') : came to Colorado as we thought the "This dollar started from the office not seriously uhrt.

,Jiw. .. % % climate: would do us some.good. In this of The Elevator ,March 29. 1906, on a According: to the 'testimony given '
all and for all
? we were disappointed and I was on the quality I
7q : verge of returning East when my atten- journey, the object: of which is to demonstrate in the court of investigation held on ,

i : t 4 : tion was attracted to Duffy's Pure Malt that a ,dollar spent at home 5 5will" take a at the Monday, April 2, the parties, were in
peep many l
Whiskey. Personally I have usedliquor
1 S .. not return ttf tha original: spender adjoining rooms of the sam house
,. .. %W % in any form. but so much is said ; I The Fancy Grocers,
2..s A S ..>. % In behalf of your whiskey when used asa eventually to be paid out'again, while pretty ones we have.. and there was in Cochran's room two
,
4 A '', V..( ; .-, %: medicine, -determined to give up doctors I i a dollar spent but of town rarely, if']' negro women and in the other one I i
) ..\ and take Duffy's Pure Malt Whis- t I The was Phone 391. Pensacola. .
shooting
'F 1 '. key. I lever, finds its way tack through the negro woman.
: s "From our experience: I'may state that channels of trade to its starting po'nt. COME TAKE A LOOK done from the outsde and atabout 11 ,
your Malt Whiskey will bring health to t' "When 'this.dollar comes into your o'clock at'night and it is the opinionof 1

__ __ : any invalid is necessary.except when As our a surgical picture operation will' vjossession pleasa write your name BUY IF YOU PLEASE I a 'good many that it was done by .-. J -

.. : prove, we are all happy and in the best and the date and,hour of day when r- S negro men who had grown jealous ::1
) of health."-.S. I* DAVIDSON, Denver oeived on the first vacant ruled lineon and determined to hurt som ody. J ***#* ******** **** *

MR. AND MRS. S. I.. DAVIDSON AND FAMILY, UOL.nI J fl
doUar, but toe sure not to spend i: Meyer ShoeCompany escaped the justice of the law may PIANOS AND ORGANS. $

it with some one- who trades' out of serve as an incentive to a like deed CASH OR EASY TERMS. *

Pure Malt WhiskeyIs town or with", ,some 'one' who'' liable!; I some future time. Such places as iI All Piano Work Guaranteed. #
? CLUTTER & RUSHING $
to '"salt it down: Keep it circulatias The one in which this murder was ,
the tissues tones the heart. gives I 1 committed is no place for a man who < 12 EAST GOVERNMENT ST. *
an absolutely) pure genti'e and invigorating stimulant and-tonic. builds up nerve up ;:
p ewer to the brain. strength and elasticity to the muscles and richness to the blood It brings Into action all the vita) "The mission of this dollar r is at! cares for himself or family. ? PHONE 476. *
forces, It makes digestion perfect and enables you to get from the food you Lat all the nourishment It contains. It Is invaluable The health of our town and com' : %
for overworked men. delicate women and sickly chldren. It strengthens and sustains the system. is a promoter worthy one and every one who gets) $ e* ....
Seven thousand doctors prescribe and it in his should in: munity is so good that the doctors
of good health and longevity. makes the old young and keeps the young strong. possession : assist
2,000 hospitals use Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey exclusively. proving by carefully following the instructions Feet Furnishers For Folks have to get sick in order to give one
Beware of dangerous imitations and substitutes. They are positively harmful and are sold for profit only by nnscnipnious dealers. Look on this card. another a job.
for the trademark the"Old Chemist"on the Ubd and be certain the seal over the cork la unbroken-All druggist and ftVXrs, or fflrtct.Doctortadviwandmcdlsal I 102 S. Palafox St. A few of the friends of Dr. S. C.
11.00. bQtIl boQkI't frc Duffy Malt WlWk.y Co.,RocbCltcr,N.V. "Note. This;dollar has not been defaced j -
t or altered in-any way by the attachment + -- IIIiI'JJIr: .__11I "" Culpepper and wife enjoyed a fine
THE LEWIS BEAR. COMPANY, Distributers. 'of the 'silver riff;' and Isi dinner at the doctor's'residence,where -S

worth 100) cents at any bank or at the they were entertained on the 5th last,
.n__. in honor of his birthday: May he
office of the Gainssville jplevator.

BEACH HAVEN ty.the titles All of to this the work Beach, Hayen-was actually proper in town the,sIte near companies future a and drawing at some will time'be with"Caution names, Jf please the, lags bring-''b them come to filled The T. L GANT 8 BUYS r live The to.sse family many of is Rev.like J.occasions.P. Culpepper,,

Elevator and have new tags issued to of Poplarville, spending a few days
done by Messrs. Avery &: Avery, the held and the location of each, pur S with Dr. Culpepper' here We wish
A BIG SUCCESS local attorneys of the company.at P n- clw er's lot will be determineL Sa'il replace them. them time. '
sacola: This firm dlstriSHrtlon1 be "The rest of the. tags are"ruled off a good
time
was employed by will held some
into'spaces names We are glad to see the genial face
for
and
and dates
me on account of its ,high standingat this summer. This method was adopt
of Dr. E. M. Cowart on the streetsagaz
is
it expected that when all the cards MCSKILLCOflNER
the {Florida bar. In all of these ed as being the surest way in whichto
after illness.
EXTENSIVE IMPROVEMENTS TO will ,, several days off
: are full they bs returned to Ine
matters the is fortunateenough : '
company gye an,;equal chance. Tie lots are He is on9 of those who gol'sick to
Elevator for .
repl
nish'ng"
BE MAnE PRELIMINARY' to have the persona attentionof sold to peopleal distances wh6 coa'd Igive another a '}cfb.M'.ss .
Judge Avery the senior! member of not, for J themselves, determine th:. 'The dollaftvas -p id' outo Miss
: Dollle for
Clark
,WORK BEING PUSHED AS the firm who in value of the' lots: .who Be'ttte Cross,' an employee The Elevator left yesterday
my opinion is one of different and ,, C N [ her home at Purvis after several days
and this is
paper going to--keep
the ablest in that
lawyers the.south. for reason; prefer to take Ei
visit to relatives in this town. She
FAST: AS POSSIBLE. track of thi dollar, in its interesting
'ttlessrs. & chancewith else
Avery : Avery were fully equal everybody return
was accompanied on her home
informed as' to the' laws of Florida The company is 'laying out a boulevard : travels and will.give, ten:cents ..premium by Miss Cayton! whowill spend several THE TONIC SEASON HAS

have assured me, that the corporat'on 450 feet wide along .the BaYOb L -1Or.1t.on.: subscriptions-.every time .days'wtth her at Purvis. ARRIVED
The'work'of surveying and making is organized -strictly in: .accordance Grande and said boulevard will be I it istroughtto thlroffic8> Bail/week ,
official'maps of Beach Haven 'tit .: for a month an account of its travels He Will Erect Three-Story Brick! It is said a cat has nine lives. If Don't neglect to bald up your sys-
,
and plots :-,with law,. and that the e to the public property; 'In tail way, everybody this be true, a certain boy in this town j in spring-likely run down over
: will in TheiElevatpr. ;em.
is now bing pushed forward as. Beach Haven property is perfect; in will: have access to the Beacr L appear
Rem will! have to fire twenty four more ,vinter; -to fortify it aga'nst the swel-
rapidly as p ssi2le. It was the intention -' this I fully Jconcnr.-" and have an-opportunity to bathe and l mber.! jts.gQodbyelollar when Building in Place of Old shots and each one fatal to get entirely j stress of summer. Best thing
it of Bring
: of the of this property, "I fish whenever you spend ,out townspend.U\ at
owners have long known th officers and 'they please. ,
rid of the three cats he shot
formerly known as Grampera Grant, stockholders of the .company end Mr. W>0..'Crisman! the civil engi. home, and y oa.!"JIh nt'out S'e(U fcack iown.again.Whyla Wooden\ Structures, this week. Prepare your cartridges,, i rou wo know of our, or Ironola.we know As, is we a bottle make or it

to commence work at an earlier date, known them to 'ba .the most prosperous neer Is now. Ijn; barge of the surveying ,. a dollar sp of Just Bob. of its :.
we're confident ;
urselves
pury
but on account of rainy weather, the of Selma citizens .worth about and states,that tha own S like an hour'.bf "your life? Because '0. c) .
; company The and board of aldermen !
: can't mayor j jI its purifying blood-cleansng qua
back
posstbly"'get it
you once
work. has been delayed considerably.! half a million dollars. nearly 14.00& feet or very near three, u '- met Tuesday afternoon and< are hold1
It is to be remembered that the Pen-" Very truly, miles of water front. It's gone. :- One 'of the most Important rea:I ing nightly sessions snce! In order to 1
Several 'enterpr
sacola Development and Construction Signed! ) "H. F. ." Beach Haven has been advertised]I s'ng merchants' estate deals recently consummate!I ordinances: to prevent certain ties.Hooton's

Company 'was formed about! a year It Is stated that the Beach Haven very widely 'and the company has is,S hearing of the unique'journe of this wasr losed yesterday when T. L. Gan l crimes pass against which there have been Pharmacy

ago ,with a' capital stock of one huu-l, proposition met with, the .greatest sued some attractive and valuable lit. dollar, have offered a premium for ItS ordinances heretofore. We have ,
MoCaskill 01
the property L. no
it spent with them. J. H. Vidal Trill purchased
died thousand dollars. It is .compos success and that tha company alreadyhad erature about! Pensacola and the property town but the author'tieswant The Birthplace of Prompt Delivery.
ed mostly :'Selma parties, the officers disposed of aboutoneti9usand that they are putting on? the market '. give J1.10 !n groceries th3 G. W.(Hyde the corner of Palafox and Gregor;r a to good put it on a better moral standing in PHONE 1100.Chase.

being: lots. A. great. many of' those lots The company> has very fine endorsements 'S Co. the same in'dry.goods-'UC.: Smithsays str&3t, the consideration being aibou t some respects.The -
A. A. &icson-President: have been sold 'to'-people--1broughout from the leading banks o1Alafbama t he can give $$1.05.for.it. any- 535000. -----0

R. Richard- President. the north and east and in New York / as well as this city: and II, thing in his varied stocky L. J. Burk- What'is of still more importance: an David A. Pranks-Secretary and alone} over thre 'bundred ,have been is unquestionable but what they wi-i him will allow! $1.10 if .tendered in Pikeman and Hi Weapon. ,

Treasurer. bought up to date: j take care of the'peopl? who have con,. payment of clothing, ,W. W. Ayerasays' what the pufblle! will regard wth: nc<) The pikemau was covered with de.

It is stated that the owners are someof The company'purchased' about nine I fided in them and fulfill all ,of theh.. IJ; will be worth $1.10 on purchase little degree of satisfaction is Mr. fensive armor, an iron headpiece iron r

the wealthiest and best known hundred acres,, all .{>f which is now Agreements.. cf books, cigars or'soda water tickets, Gant's announcement that he intend:!I "back and breast" and ."tasses" a kind
I and Mrs. R. Wilson will give ten
Akibamians. being la'd ost with broad wde; streets; per shortly to tear down some of the c*'I of iron apron protecting him from

Hon. H. F. Reese of Selma Ala., and large lots. All of the: building; Keep :your bowels regular by thE I gent premium It lor is worth It on a purchase of wooden rookeries wh'ch have beer!l waist to knee. He carried a pike sixteen

who last week "was elected senator,, lots will be.50 ft. bY" 140 ft. each one use of Chamberlain's Stomach and i 'dry et hold goods.of this dollar.! Watchfor someth'ng It.Don't to. such an eyesore there and erect !I L feet long with an ashen shaft, an

writes about the company as follows: fronting on.. a ,80 .it: wide. street lead.. Liver Tablets. There :Is nothing bet- ? fall and three story brick "bu'lding: in thei]ri 1 Iron head and a blunt iron spike at the
"I am fully conversant with the down to the beautiful' ter. For sale by all druggists. to put your name the &
organization ing directly dateon the tag when you get it. place. ..Several new modern building!; butt end, whereby to fix it Jn the <
a&4 personnel of The Peneacola water front. so4he company has prac-i! have recently gone up here and it i it ground, &and besides the pike, a rapier. j ,

Development & ConstructionCo. tically not single back lot.:At the present -' Money Market.! To draw the fire: out-of a/burn,heal Mr. Gant's intention ull.matey! to pu:1 The pike, from its great length, was : ,
Co.II time the lots are cj'sposed of at Nsw York April 6.-(Call"monej r also them deft handling
a:5cii: without leaving; a soar or (io these down or move away a weapon which required i iI
its general counsel I securedits the very tow price of thirty-five dollars reached thirty-one per cent to-day,, boils sores, tettereczema and all "Mr. Gant is not yet ready to sa; In order to be'of effective use ;
cure Sanbomt.COFFEE
incorporation under the laws of each. .company ias adoptedthe The ruling rate was sixteen. aiirtiilast ; skin and scalp diseases use and, as may :
Florida. I also carefully supervIsed methods, used, by' the westernt loan at fifteen. I proposed new store building but th
Witch Hazel Salve..A specific for showy on parade. The-modern !
ii
: pn s. Get the genuine. No remedycauses fact that th.3: building will fee erecte<< lance exercise is a pretty sight enough, i
-- will: be gratifying to the public and i t
.
such speedy relief. Ask for
executed -
.. be but the old pike exercise perfectly i
'business -
ind'cates "that -will
-,-. -' D-sWitt's! ?-the, genuine,. soon by a large body of men must ;
.to.move Palafox street
gin .up
have been superb. We are not surprised :

Failure. therefore, to find that the postures :

>;, <, ... ::I :' "Very frequently" 'says a New York of Instructions for this exerciseare : ;
I
S"ay. aYesP _. .J lawyer* "there,is an element of unconscious extravagantlymiDut j

.' :.- humor in the findings of a jury. To give one example,.at the close of .

,, .. To my mind the best I ever beard in the instruction, on the word "Order :

this connection was the verdict broughtin your pikes," we find after a' mass of :

Ge"t. ,. by a coroner's jury in Michigan. Invaluable to all who suffer complicated details the following con- ;

To This Offer, and See, the, ; Good You Will xrho-were called upon to pass upon the from, throat and lung disorders elusion: :"You place "the butt end of

S \ case'of The sudden death of a merchant .* Contain nothing! iDjurioua.I your pike by the outside of-your right -

.. in Lansing.. right hand holding It even
Vnte us"If you are ready'to try Lio ioone. been made with'it. Its power had been 'Kidney Also most Troubles forms of: the liver following Troubles: .1'I "The finding. was as follows: 'We, I foot with your your": eye and your thumb; right

Let us buy the first bottle for you. proved,again and'again in the most dif Stomach Troubles .Women's Dbeeseg I, the jury, find from 'the .physician's I II' then your left arm being pet akimbo
Let the product itself prove the good it ficult germ disease' Tfien we offered to Fever. inflammation or catarrh-impur* or ftA statement that the deceased came fo 1 up; shall stand'with a
disease Boned blood-usually iadicate a.germ attack.In _. by your side you
cando., supply -first..bottlefree in.every nervous debility Liquozone acts as*viullzer, his death from heart f Uure,< superinduced -! comely posture- lac.f'millan's
You who are waiting don't know what that required it. :And over one accomplishing remarkable results. \ I business failure, which wascaused I Ir Dessert forSunday's I full body in a
by
you miss. There are plenty to tell you million dollars have. .b.err spent to an- 50c. Bottle Free. < speculation failurewhich I Magazine.
If you would ask; for millions have already nounce and ful ll-this offer. by
used it. well result is that Jl.000,000 bottles If need r was the result of failure to"see far Dinner Digestion.
Some use it to get ; The : you, Liquozone,and have never For a Weak
eome to keep-well] Some to cure germ have been uaed/Hiostly in the past two tried it, please send us this coupon. We enough ahead.' "Harper's Weekly. g No medic'ne can replace: food but THAT'S 411.u

diseases; some as a tonic. You will use years. Today there a r? countless cured will then mail you an order on j. local, 'S I I I Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab-

it as they do, when you learn what the ones, scattered everywhere!, to tell what druggist for a full-size bottle, and will The Thermometer Habit.' lets will help you to .digest your food.It .
product does. And will then his done. the druggist ourselves for it. 'This' habit has -
you regret Liquozone pay The clinical thermometer Let us send you some ol is not the quantity. of food taken ,
that delayed But others need it that this free gift, made to convince' ;jto
you our
so long.Liquozone, I so many is you taken: such a hold on many persons strength and vigor to the
offer is published stilL In late years,science let the product itself show you whatit has forbidden his our fine Ice_ cream for that gives ,
What has traced scorea of diseases to germ can do. In justice to yourself, please ,tiiat..one!} physician' system but the amount digested and
Is. to -patients to have them on pain of refusing Sunday dlnner dessert. assimilated. If troubled with' a weak
attacks. Old remedies do'not apply accept it today, for it places you underno
The of derived them. We wish to show/those sick ones obligations whatever. to treat them if ,they disobey. Most any flavor you want, digestion, don't fail.tq igiye'these Tab-
Liquozone are !
v,8 I do. The'clinical thermometer fiend is a per- S trial. Thousands haye eeh> ben-
can lets
oWy from The formula is sent to -at our cost-what Liquozone. Liquozone costs_SOc, and $1. a -
each user. gases.The of making re- I S Sou yfrho' keeps one .of these medical put up in; bulk, brick or efitted fcy) their use. They bull costa

qllU'es large apparatus process, and from 8 to 14aays' Where It' Applies. CUT OUT THIS COUPOrf 5- registers in the house and the instantthat fancy mold and thoroughly quarter.} For sale by all druggists. __ -
time. chemists he often she, has a head- :
It is directed by more S'a
of the These are $he which Liquc- Fill it out and m&l11t to The Liqnozone Cornpny packed 'in clean, sanl-
the
highest class. The object is to so >jehet jeal or imaginary thrusts NOTICE. -
,458-464 -
In theseit Wabash ATe., Chicago;;
fix and has been most employed.
combine the gasautocarr'into zone under and takes her vessels with plenty
tpbe. her tongue tary
the : has earned its esi reputation in The members of lAys Oak CampNo.
UnUct.with system a powertuitonic-ermicide. all of these troiabltswe T supply the first My disease is...................;?.... j!,.. .._ t mper ture. Finding It varying one --of.ic? toTkeep it hard. The 1 and HickoryCamp No. .!j, W.
kills form ,
w), Usesse Liquozone any of bottle free. And m*1J-.Q matter how difficult I hare new tried llqnozone. but if you wOl Il illionth part of a degree from normal O, Wr- .are requested met, at the I Sol! Cahn & Co
germ, because germs are supply me a 90s bottle free X will L&e&; price.is. emaILKandy
"getabU origin. Yet to thebodyLiquo- -we offer eaca user a two months' hejhijiks she Is about to,have some Forest (ICof P. Hall .over' Pou'sstable \

one is not only harmless, buMielpfulw further test ,without- ,the rck of a penny.' '................................ ..........;'....s.. deadly. illness packs off to bed and ) next Sunday afternoon! at of 21{ Pure Food Store,
th,? extreme. That is its main distinct Asthma. iODorfbeSlt t-Goot lends, for the doctor. o'clock to attend theundl1ng' The
Abscess- 'AtuHTBlaBronchitis _. over the of deceased
5 graves
*ae*/n.taken Common internally.germicides That are is poison why Blood POIBOQ U17 loa iziPpe ver-lAAaema, .,........................._-...........-'.,>.. Pnixled. monuments Sovereigns:. 'I Southwtst Corner Ptlafn anJ InieadenciaPhone


medicine disease. has been so helpless in & germ CoDghs Bowel Trouble-Colds; 'Ji&lal Le 'Wlhe"_ emalPa AC' ....._...,............'.........-.......... Johnnie-What does that notice laYover THOS. CONDON. i .5
Liquozone is exhilarating, vitalizing Consumption pflQ3ins7ConLagivus 15 :3 I \ Kitchen Cafe PAUL GR Y., 1178
? Give full address write plainly.! |
Dseak R.umLismCoeerCatarrh there, mother?. .Mother It says,' $ 480
purifying disease E. H. _HAit,
; yet no germ 8crotula-SrphUII
OSJ1: eXlt in it. Dysentay-Dkuthea S (u DiMU coLe that this offer applies to DeW users only.Any .- ,"No dogs admitted." Jobnnifr-But the 999 I EUGENE .CABTLEDQE.

purchased the American rights to Dyspepsia EaeIIUr-.Ernlpela-Dandruff S 'Ttuwreolos 1'Bmars-I*rI physidan hospital not jet IIi JI UlWUS* dogs. cant read, can they. ? How are I 104S.patafox.--Phone: Visiting Sovereigns and the public

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111: Every- Advertisement: in These. : Column. --:-- s Read- bJ! I



ARE you :,$250 CASH I

fOR SALE -
itIs and '$20.00 per month buys a nice lit-,]i H0OTON & WATSON.

tie! home on East Jackson ,St. worth
Get it Out .
Easy to : INTERESTED IN ,,looking, $200.00.into cash,. and ..$15.00. per month! Successors to ThOs. C. Watssa & c:). "

'! Ten very desirable lots, gets a neat little home on East La

hi) If you have money in a bank. But if you have,!!, your REAL ESTATEI Block 92 of the New City place Rua St.for, ''near a working R R.Inah.r shops.. Just ,the! Leading Real Estate, Rental and Insurance Agency

;M money in real estate well located it .cannot be frittered ,
'
Tract intersection.: Jackson r $100.00 cash and $10.00) per: month;
;1 .- away in careless spending here and there but I I you should be,-for more money for a small home on North 6th avenue.: .

r it 4. is made out of it than anything street and Idth avenue; over- Some. Good Homes for Colored, on t*
:else. Look at this sa'e list; Plan.
: $ 850-A four room dwelling West looking the bay, beautifullots Corner Monthly B. and Payment Jackson St., 4 room, Bargains in Real Estate in all parts of the

Will Increase in Value I End with 5 lots: House rents for residences. hpuse good corner, lot $2 :.OO down and! city;' ,

ifr for $6.00.$200o.Store and. dwelling! combined' Seven l lots ,Block 55, Bel- $7.00'North per month. S ;',, ,, ."
Hayne St. 4 rooms; small pay-
with another sma{ dwell'ng adjoining mont Tract; l lots in this Block ment .down ,and $6.00 per month. I i Stores and Dwellings for rent. -

i every year. If improved, it will bring in a'good West End business dis- North 7th" avenue, $25.00 down and ;: !

:$-tr' rate of interest, while the .I growth' !in value is "like trict rents $216 a year. selling at $700. $7.00 per month. ; Loans made at current rates of interest on
$ 900-Small house .on, lot.; 28 by. 170, I'I
# 1 Six houses North Alcaniz .
ii4 getting money from home. We -lnyt you to see East Romana. Just ,east of Tarragona HOMES FOR SUMMER. improved orunimproved property.

J : ; :' our list of properties, or write us about ths; investment Rents $96 a year.: Street, good investment will I I

;it question ., $4000-Bus'.ness: corner' (store and 'Lot 100x140. corner fronting L'ttle:: Insurance placed in.fifteen leading American -
> dwelling! combined) near Pala- net 10, per cent. Bayou, splendid little housa and good

fox, rents $420,a year For to fishing; short walk to electric cars,i and foreign companies.
particulars apply $1500.
YOU CAN MAKE MONEY IN ANY j
I I
S 8 room house at Fisierville fronting] S respectfully solicit your patronage.Our .
:-t OF THE ABOVE; IF YOU DON'T :!
bay;- good neighborhood. These kind
2 Pensacola Investment Company SOME ONE ELSE WILL. CALL: IN of houses are getting scarce.. ..$1800'i' rental department given especial attenti -

,, AND LET US SHOW YOU ':THE House and 3 lots on corner at Fish- n. Cair.and see our list.
erville, fronting the bay. Act Quickif
Company
McDavid-Hyer
F S JL H. D'ALEHBERTE, City anager. you want it.. .. .. .. .. ..$1800 k T';< .,

*. ; W. H. KNOWLZS, President. K. B. SON, Secretary., PROPERTY.S2400 Agents New York Money to loan in large op small .

;t'4'i I.L STIUMAN! V. rres. anl Gen. Manager. KNOWLES lYE Treasurer. Life Insurance Company. amounts.,List your property. with us for sale.I 1 j' -

Rael Estate, loans, General Investments. 8 E. Government Street. HOOTON
will buy an elegant little 6 room Phone 7CO Pensacola, Fla.. & WATSON ,

{; 215 South Paiafox Street Pensacola ,Florida. dwelling corner Jackson and Gu'lle-
mar House has gas, electric light
connections, bath and sewer. Only, L. S. BROWN & CO. PHONE: 54. 34SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
.
;:: ___________: one block! from Lee square and just "'

across from the school,house. Here is YourOpportunity S Thiesen Building.

r'The Man Who Knows the COLLECTION OF RENTS GIVEN S "WE SELL LOTS"Miscellaneous .

*1* I SPECIAL ATTENTION NEW REAL ESTATE LIST WANTED!


ci: Value of Real Estate LESLIE E. BROOKS will to make yeld: an you investment a big profit.which It's ,_ L FOR SALE I

irrcJ S I only a lot 66z90'' feet, but it'son nnJw hW'-fl.r.rSruJuuwnnnnpnjwrun GOOD

the corner of Garden and II CUT FLOWERS-Orders promptly PROPERTYIn
3'i wilirrecognlze this as'a bargain. A pece: of improved property on I Six houses in West King Tract
interestII
204/2 S. Palafox St, Fisher Building. I Railroad streets. If filled for rosas, carnations flowers
ti *Intendencia street, 40 ft. front by 170 ft. deep; a half a block from ed 223 ask renting for. f30 per month ...$2850
No. and
telephone and designs of all kinds. Miss Bertie all
Paiafox street. This property has business houses on both sides of L Phone 462. parts of City and County
for. Smith 616 N. Barcelona. Phone 651. Rouse in West End, renting'for
J iU The house is two story with 10 rooms and built right up to the
.4 s1 side walk, the lower floors fronting on the street; could with very I GEO. W. PRYoK, JR. $10 per month, good neigh- ,FOR SALEIf
remodeled first-class HELP WANTED TAILORING. 1... Diamond, Tailor. ; borhood.. .. .. .* .. .. ..$1000
; little expense be into store ,which would bring

ItA j 'good rent while the'upper rooms and the roomsin the rear could be ,efl.ruJWJWWLflWfl W r --_ _-__ I II I I l repaired:TGents clothing on short cleaned notice.pressed No. *11 and% Five lots on North Hill if takenat you have city property or farm.

i rented as a boardlug house or'office rooms., In this way the property WANTED good 'all-round printer, West Government St.. Pensacola Fla once. :'i'. .., ..: .. ....$3000 ing lands for sale and want it sold,
I .could-be made to PAY A LARGE PER CENT ON THE INVESTMENT write, see 'or phone
NOW, and being right Ta the path 'business IT |IS i- capable of doing first-class job print Wanted- Iflec.J .- Five lots fronting Toledo square

TO INCREASE GREATLY IN.VALUE. It is a'good investment now, ing and experienced in newspaper = New City. .. .< .. .. ......$1000
L with! good prospects ahead of it. It is offered at this price FOR |1M. work. Must be absolutely sober; no WANTED TO BORROW $3000 at 6 H. PORTER, sallmaker, 716 South H One block, in New-City.on'car C. R. YAEGER

: MEDIATE SALE.. .. .. .. ........ ... ... .,.:...., ......$5000.00 drinking man need'apply..- Cook & per cent for one year. Best of security Paiafox street Orders taken for "
Hutchison Chiplay, Fla. 7aprlm valued .at f1 .OOO; Address tents, awnings camp stools and house line.. ... v' .,.. -:.,.. ;i.. -,.,...$4000 No. 202 Thiesen Building. Phone 6S8
"Security,1," Journal office. 5apr3t. cots. etc. Prices reasonable. Sljan Half block'in.New":! City,'on bard
S This Is Not the House that Jack Built. A'ITED-Painters: and carpenters .' ,
S '
tj 1 on Equipment Building Navy Yard, WANTED-To buy old gold and silver SHIP 'CHANDLERS-McKinzle Oert. road overlooking: Bayou Texar $1500 For Sale.

t-4 It was built by one of.the most successful contractors in the city. at once. 5aprlw* broken up stuff regardless of lag & .Co.- wholesale and retair ship These are all first-class pieces of -s---w-- -fl .tw_
4ri The material was,the best, the' house was well built tasteful and con- S sizes. Cash paid. Lightman & Klein, chandlers! and grocers, only first-class : property and' are gilt, edge, invest.
'
?jt veniently arranged. It has 7 rooms and hall gas, bath and all mod- Alo."TED-Old man for gardener also 106 E. Wright Phone 1127. nouse.of kind in city. fair prices to all. : ments. FOR oSALE-One mantle folding bed,
xrI.4 'ern conveniences. The neighborhood is good, near to schools and servant for cooking etc; white or gas range dresser wash stand, din-

the business center. It will make you a nice home 514 North Hayne colored. Apply mornings,. '20 .W. WANTED.-A. R. Bingham wants: Fine stationery, wedding invitations, in'* table: dshes: etc. Apply 36 S.

i.- *1 street Look, at it, or'let us show it to you and see it you do not Wrfght St 20apr your moving and.hauling. He guarantees visiting cards, tally cards, etc. Celia D. HALE WILSON 6 CO. Palafox. 7aprlw

t _' agree with us. We5thlnk the price low.. ,, .. .. .. .. ...$2500.001.IST -' all breakage Phona 630. M. Robinson, ;represe ting?Th Chas, > ,
WANTED-Men to learn barber trade. FOR SALE-Horse,
buggy and harness
H. Elllott: of.- Philadelphia.
ompany
YOUR PROPERTY WITH US FOR, SALE 10 positions for every graduate. Top 8marm. i. REAL ESTATE, $70.00..opply 809 N. Alcani;.
I will tuneand
; repair your piano and
Few weeks 5aprlw.
wa'ges paid. completesCourse '
1a THE COLLECTIONS RENTS A SPECIALTY includes tools and diplomas. 'organ as 'cheap as any'one; guarantee '
AND LOANS
RENTS
best and, neatest work. Prompt I -live in Pensacola, corner 11th
I Can nearly earn expenses if desired. attention and satisfaction. street and 15th avenue,In New City FOR SALE-Fine
; S THE FISHER REAL ESTATE AjJENCY Catalogue mailed free. Moler BarberCollege Phone 802 hotel site; best sit
I 2 rings. J.: Conrad. .Scott SmarlmI. and will take care, of your Piano by 30 S. Palafox St uation in the city for a tourist hotel
New
OrjeansLa. 1apr6t"AG1NT
P 234.
,
ti1 206 SOUTH PALAFOXST. PHONE 87 the year at a low figure. Refelt. oneHOTEL'S. 130 feet fronting south by 172 feet
WANTED"-J-Experienc3! WANTED.-Tbe public to know that tune, clean out, etc. Phone 802 2 deep on East .Government street, over

} .. not necessary pays for sickness,accident old newspapers can be bought 'at rings. J. .Conrad cott. Smarlra looking,Seville square and Adams

rj-a;'rt L.4 .- and death. Address the Fra- this office for five cents a bundle.. They street with open view of Pensacola
ternal Bankers of America, St. Louis, are all clean. and nice. MATTRESSES RENOVATE New %u.r.-u-U-u-.rJ-n-;- .r1. -- uJ.mrnrm.nTHE bay, $10,000 will buy the property.
4 DIRECTORY Professional Illrcc torITtIOS.PEI3LEi' Mo. I I. tick furnished if desired. All done BROWN- HOUSE-Airy rooms, lapr.
: 25mar4t..1 j WANTED-We want your orders foi in' good Order on short' notice. Leave good beds. Free"baths; and sample ,
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.- 1 1907 Art Calan-lars. Over 300 original orders at Green & Watson. Phone room. $2 per day Special attentionto
41c-j Joppa Lodge, No. 6, I. 0. 0. F. WE LEARN you to make mirrors .at designs to select from. AllS 193. 7marMATrRESSES.Wholesaie traveling men J. R. Brown, Prop., FOR SALE-A first-class cigar anl!
t44;' JOl=pa Lodge, No.6, I. 0. 0. F., home. Full guaranteed formula $5. Fla. ISmarlm stationery store pool room connected -
Mayes Printing Co DeFuniak Springs,
meets every Tuesday evening at 7:34 LAW REAL ESTATE. LOANS .AND P. F. M. Co.. Box 472. Pensacola.Fla. prices. Pensaco- in the rear. Paying business well:

'-4t1 o'clock at Rafford Hall, West GardenSt COLLECTIONS 13marlm la. 16feb. manufacturers and dealers anJ retail CENTRAL HOTEL, CHIPLEY-Op. established and centrally located on
in
:- Visiting brethren are cordially in PALAFOX AND ROMANA. I Palafox street opposite the
new Brent
I cotton, moss and E.1 & C. mattresses depot. Large .and .well lighted
vited. PHONE 55!. WANTED.-The ?Merchant TransferCo. building.: Apply 32 S. Palafox St.
and b springs. Second hand furniture .' rooms. Free' sample'rQom Meals atj!
T. H. FLEETWOOD, N. G. WANTED I wants your moving and hauling. bought.and sold. Upholsteringand all hours. Special attention to trav-j 31 mar.t
tm j. W. GINGLES S' c.3ljan6m. flSuwwumwuwL sr--wr wit--ur- All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Tnor- I .
$2.00 day.- J. M.
repairing done. Old mattresses elin-g men. per Tug-s I
T 6 YATES M. D WANTED-Your orders for tailor- sen. Prop. Phone' 978. ISJunela. renovated; new ticks furnished if desired gle, Prop. 13marlm'' FOR 8..UFull blood white Wy an-

made clothing.! We make your ,114 E. Belmont, St., city. .- dotte eggs Beacon of Boston strain
Pensacola Lodge, No. 3. K. of P. clothes fit Let us take your meas-j|! NEW UPRIGHT PIANO to exchange ,I Phone 771. Davis Mfg. Co., C. T. Davis CHIPLEY: HOTEL-Carl Setterl'.nd: $2.50 setting of 15. Few very fine

J-iE4: % meets every Monday evening at 8 OPTICIAN ure. Lamm &; Co., Chicago, W. O.!!| for .lot on East Hill.: Address P. Mgr. Prpp. Special attsntion! to commer-! cockrels ready for the j-ard. Address

j; o'clock at their temporaiy Castle Hall 306 THIESEM BUILDINGNOTICE Wills agent, Chipley, Fla. 7aprlm;! 0. Box .207. 30mar clal travelers. Free sample and bath; Chas. Murray, DeFuniak Sprngs: Fa.
r.i4 over l'ou stable, W. .Intendencia St. I CARRIAGES repaired and repainted. rooms. Large rooms, with good beds. Slmarlm

Visiting brethren cordially welcomed. WANTED! second band baler; engine ,, Floats' built to 'order.- Horse shoeing $2 per day. 13marlm
iat J. A. KIRKPATRICK C. C. a'specialty., J. G. Welsh Carriage 1 LUMBER FOR SALE-Sessoms-WH'-!
and saw mill to cut about ten I I Board and Rooms. .
H, HORSLER. K. of R. & S thousand feet per day. State what you mwrnwmL flflMS WWUmnWUr 'Co/ 27feb BAY HOTEL.-Open. Rooms alght light and day.European'plan. and. ,ted Co., Bonifav. Fla. 31mar2w'FOR

have, prices, condition and where I Ii i, NICE 'FURNISHED ROOMS for rent, clean.. Transient trade solicited.
Meetings of -
.:Lt- A k the The Woolley Sanatorium,the only institute .j same can b! seen. Address Box No. '' SALE.-A photographers outfit.
suitable for light housekeeping. 575-579 S. Palafox. Jss. S. Nicol
Knights of Columbus in the United States where the i53 to Loan. au. Cheap. Apply Fsher: Furniture
Fla.
Bonifay, Money .
; 6apr4tji 1: Privilege. of and
4i-54 are held at their hail Opium, Cocaine 'and Whiskey habitscan i\J-J J -_ i phone bath. Apply Prop. store, 138 E. Intend ncla St. 27mar
:: s ..Lt4cs6.. 8 West Intenden be cured without J 810 E. Gadsden St, or phone 896. --" .
cia exposure and, SECOND: HAND CLOTHING WANT-I 2Smarlm.., $10,000 TO LOAN at Current rates of
T street on evel1'Monday with so much ease for the patient. Only: ED-Highest price paid _for gents' interest. Pensacola Investment FOR SALE OR RENT-Two Hgb'en;
-I
it'1' 7:30 o'clock.evening An in-at 30 days' time required. Describe,.clothing only.. Sell second hand goods. ROOMS S CHEAlMFurnished- or Unfurnished Company. Aprill-lw. FOR SALE one with capacity: for 75 thousand t'.
your case and I will wrte! you an Dress suts: for, lumber the
other
rent 9 E. Intendencia.I thirty thousand ca
suitable for
light house-
vitatloa
: i
U
< extended opinion as to what I
f'S : to visiting Knights. can accomplish keeping. On the Hill. locaton: high I MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody ,borrows BARGAIN LIST PIANOS. pacity. Rates reasonable. Also !1\\0
for
JOHN you. Ask your family physicianto I WANTED By a young man, position and money from Jno. A. Hall & Lester skiff beats for sale cheap, 22 ft. long!,
a JONES: investigate. Dr.. B.. M. Woolley 104 I II healthy. Close to'car line. Apply Piano, mahogany, fine order
,
EDM. FOX ) as steaographer. references Co. 16 E. Government street. Wheu 5 ft. beams. Telephone or write: I. A.
; .314 E. Strong. ,
Grand KIdght. N. Pryor Street. Atlanta, GaT Phone 1213. was $350, price' now $275, used onlya
A Recorder. i' furnished. Address C-2, care 'Journal. 16marlm. in need call on us. 9feblm few months. $10 cash balance $8 Chaffin & Co., Milton.: Fla. 25mur:
-
Saprlm. / per month.. ,
j 41 Daughters of Rebekah. For Farm Turpentine NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS for MONEY LOANED on all kinds of per. Irving handsome case, was $300 JUST RECEIVED-Large shipment or
't4 Naomi Lodge, No. 10, Daughters ot or WANTED-Stenographic work' of any Tent. Good location.and reasonable ponal property on 'short notice. now $21S; very little used. Terms $10 imported Olive OIL Retail by pint,

fe! 44 Rebekah, meets every Monday night Timber Lands nature. Will gve: same prompt at. terms. 401 W. Chase St. 4api2w Terms easy. J. B. Gray & Co.. 2 W. cash,.$6 per'montb": gallon or larger quantity. G. Morass:>>
i; 4 at 8 o'clock in L O. O. F. hall Vlst.i tention. Phone 285. Saprlm.WANTED & Co., ship chandlers and grocers 701
Romana. Phone 1165. Ifeb Clutter, large ;handsome 'mahoganycase
LARGE! OR SMALL QUANTITYCall ..
i:: Ing'sisters cordially invited to be I v South Palafox. 4oct.
present 'on Address I FOR R- 'iT-2 furnished or unfur- ;, was $400 now $335. A bargain.
? or "
-5,000'pairs of shoes to nished rOOmS.two' blocks from Terms $15 cash $8 month.
MRS. B. R. I car MONEY TO LOAN.-On real estate per ON THE
WITKOVSKI half sole at M. Kiedinger's Shoe or HIGH LAND-East Hill electric
Terms
: MASS WILLIE KENDRICK Sec. T rner'AYmardlReal Shop; 720 W. Government St. Fine line.Donaldson St reasonable.-or Puone 1134.ApPly laprlw 22 S.* other sufficient security by 'IIPl). $450 Mehlin now, high' $390 grade; rented mahogany only; was few car line sx: lots 100 ft. front

repairing of all kinds promptly done ing to Thos. Pebley cor. Palafor and by 137% deep, corners $700 inside
M. E. B. A. No. 81, Estate and Abstract Co. ; stairs. months; $20 cash, $10 per month. ,
meets first and satisfaction guaranteed. 3aprlw* FURNISHED Romana, up 17nov-z.: lots $600. There are no better situations : -
third Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.a P. 0., Box 115 DeFunlak Springs,Fla NEWLY : > rooms; very Sterling, ebony .case, was $350 now than these lots. A. V. Clubbs.:
Rafford! Hall, No' 10.. West Inten. WANTED-The reasonable.. Apply. 20 W. Romana MONEY! TO "LEND-On good real estate $120 $10 cash. $6 per'months : -
public to know that
V St laprlw security, or on collateral Clutter large size, mahogany case !
4'r4 dencla street we can do all kinds of repairing -- good ; FOR SALE-Four room house WtJl:
A. 0. FELL Pres. float building horse at lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks used 'seven months was $400 now! bath at Gouldins, with two lots.
,
shoeing, etc. J. '
-JHIi 1. L. SWEENEY.: See. THE: BIG COAL G. Welsh Carriage Co.' 27feh FOR RENT-Two. nicely' furnishedrooms FlBherlroilding. Zlja.nMONEY $275; $10 cash. $8 per month. "Apply to L. M. Davis. P. 0. Box 633.
at P; Stone 17 N. Paiafox.29mar. Kimball, walnut casewas $375 used; City.' lOaarliu
S pentacola LOdge No., 4, I. O. O. F. '" ,". ". : -. LOANED on all kinds of personal two years, now $185 $10 cash, bal-}
STRIKE IS COURT HOUSE DYEING.
Pensacola Lodge No. 4, L 0. 0. P., ONThe Pressingand property ,on short notice. ance $7 per month. j
I1j :t meets every Thursdar venlnf at 7:30 Cleaning Club, 212 N.DeVI11e PLEASANT place to board on North Terms easy. J. W. Bullard, upstair All of the above are :.upright pianos: FOR SALE.-Improved\ and of un1mprJv.the city.
J. Davis In all parts
T. ed
St., Mrs. Your property
Prop :
at the. new hall on West Garden pat Hill :n car line.: Address No.8, 28% South Paiafox St., Phone 1144. and we guarantee them. We have 16 i 1 Agents,
solicited & Co. Real Estate
IS street. Visiting brethren greatest demand ever known ronage ; satisfaction guaran J. A. Wilson ,
i cordially care Journal. square pianos from $15 to $45. 50c
.. lavlted. E. GREENBLATT: for' 6, 7 and .8 room modern houses. teed. Careful attention given. ladies' 27mar nSoY-per week; fcbbd'(or''practice.. Room 7, Salisbury building. Phone
J. NEVILLE. Secretary. Landlord, why not build them. I can garments. ,,Phone ,1222.WANTED.Haultng Bleb I 172.AUTOMOBILES.. 3Jaa
\,__ rent ,or sell such houses; give me a ROOMS FOR RENT-furnished or un UNLIMITED amount ot money to loan : CLUTTER: MU&IC HOUSE,
.5 S W. O. \.'. list and try me, : and furnished. Mrs. M. J. Robinson, 600 on all kinds of personal property. Peniacota, Fla. .-I am agent for the
transfer E. Gadsden St. 24marlm Special rates to business men on large Pope Mfg.Co. and can sell you au os
,Live Oak Camp No. 1, W. U. W.. SPECIAL BARGAIN work. Office phone 363 residence __
; loans. The New York Loan Co., 204 ty from $500.00 up. They cost less thai
ti1- meets In Pythian HaIl 1st and 3rd Bin
Four
*
*
390. Acosta & White v
phoim 22-28 -
A good paying turpentine businessfor N. PalatOL be 1'l1In
:4 Wednesdays la each month. Visiting St. !I Soutk hones to keep up. They can
Tarragona 25mtr, NICE, COmfOrta.bl furnished
$30.000.
Ii-l sovereigns cordially invited. room, land or anywhere a horse can go.
40 acre,improved farm S miles from pleasantly situated, one block from Leslie E. Brooks.
F. A. BOGHICH
C. C.
Pensacola, worth $1200 can- sell at WANTED.-All kinds oj electrical bay on car line suitable for house LOST
LESLIE E. BROOKS. Clerk.
work. I sell all kinds of
$600. electrical keeping.' Cook stove or gas or without ,_I-,I WJ FOR SALE My property 416 E. Bra
Woodman's Circle. batteries and other electrical supplies. Apply" 501 .E Government St. inard St, consisting of four lots 40
1 ,- When you need me ring 24.5 or 955. 24marl2* LOST-One pointer dog, white with
S c1: W 0. W. C.. OaVfBrove. No. 4, I x150 feet; a two story dwelling containing -
E. W. Peake Star :
new Laundry building
about two Return
old.
lemon ears years
Woodmen Circle' meets every Thurs 6 rooms, hall ways, bath room
'4p day 3 p. In.. 2d floor Pythian Hall over ". T. CRAWIORD315V E. parden. Udec.WA. WANTED few boarders at 212 W. to 114 West Garden street 3apr closets and pantry. On car line; will

Pou's stable, on ,Intendencia! street TED.Real'Estate for Gregory. New house, good neIgh. "Be tod.I Ad'.etloa" sell entire property for $3000.00. E.
South StreetSunday's lale
Palafox or '
Visiting sovereigns cordially Invited borhood and line. ReesaFOR 22fe
on car ISmarljn Mod L. '
rent leas or exchanges your business "THE BEAUTIFUL MAUAZINEJINTHB

: Mrs M:, 8.: Leona Ctsan.Langford.Clerk. Guardian; Mrs. ... respectfully solicited. J. .&. Wilson A "Want", Ad. will WORU SALE-Choice Pekin duck eggs
,. Real Estate Agent 22% W. Gov NICE'roR. SHED ROOMS for rent. Ask newsdealer for this comb
: your superb L50 dozen. Single
$
S ." -. Easter Editionof ernment street, Room ,7. Salisbury I Newly furnished, clean and nice, sell most anything. magazine If he does not handle it brown Leghorn per eggs $1.00 per setting
building. Phone 172. 23Jan near postoffice., Apply at 1284 E. send us his panic and address with r hun:
k : FOR RENTA. The Journal will be Government street, Mrs. B. M. Trainer. and for jv B. P. rocks, the- same $5.00 per
I
and
>..-$ -_-LrLJUL.J-- j-uuu JfJ1.ttJS a 7janlm. If you're ,in need of name address IDC. sample dred deHvered in Pensacola. 3 trios;
WANTED.-:Electric work f alt .knd. Regular price 250. Mention
copy. of ducks at $5.00 trio. Plain direr
.;;t :. n. EINGHAM has storage room for Lll Your Let clean 'air I this a
y. ad. will be in us your fensc r Your I anything a "Want"ad. paper tions given upon request to raise poa.-
rent suitable for furniture or other dynamo do bririn! etc. Pal '
jour ;, ?n3: Old newspapers at five cents a bundle Burr Publishing Company try in city lots successfully. Fv:
,k pds; 104 and 106 South Tarragona it of! course. 570. Pensacola Electric Co., 205 S.' at this office. They! are all clean will fetch it. 4 Weft 224 Street N w York City Howell Box 38, Warriagton, Fla.
SL Phone 630 SOnOT- hTJp and nlc S ';" .... 30mar2w

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-- A floe gentle- and docile- McMillan. Bros. :Co.'I "o/rf/oe" WOOD, 1 1

FOR SALE be used in saddle or bar- p. Nf J SKIPPINGNES

tion.e-S ilonkt'Y' very Price can fat 135.00., and In!Apply first-class to

,":;her. ctIR A Cleared. I IafyozP OAK AND PINE 4

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} S.ALE-Buggy in good condition. :f: COMMISSION BROKERS : Emilia, Aust .ss, 2321 Hreglich, for 7icre'slooking

'rhos. Pebley 6apr4t Venice, via ,Galveston, with 2705 tons cheaper than you can buy i
i if phosphate rock, '167,000-ft sawn timber it anywhere. Any size you
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fOR SALE--Shoe making and repair. ..f WEST INTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA, FLA. MOBILE, ALABAMA.MARKETS. I 82,000 ft Ibr and 6,277 bbls rosin. want. ji
in'? shop; established trad; ..no.competition For Trieste with 1805 bbls rosin. ::1

; good opening for good ': Upland, Swed ss, 1578, Ingvorson, good cheer
naa. J. Mindel. Bagdad Fla. f Private Wires N. Y..; N. 0.,. and Chicago.COnONSTOCKSGRAINPROVISIONSandBONDS. I for Grangemouth, with 2,440,000 ft timber [:. C. SEWELL 1

6aprl6t and 20,000 ft lumber.! and :!
t Guru Russian bk, Blomberg for Phone 614.. "

; SALE: Registered Berkshire I : ; Queenstown, with 494,000 ft. sawn tim satisfactionwhen : 1
f' [ ber and / .
hogs; best breeding. ,Ask- for 15.000-ft. Ibr. I
catalogue. Carl Setterllnd, Chipley y Naval Stores. Union, British schr 72, Poster for Pensacola SI Andrews and
*. 'i. Bought and Sold on Margin or for Investment $ Savannah, Ga., April 6.-The naval Utilla, Honduras, with 40,000 ft Ibr. you -
!
closed today follows
stores market as : Sailed. Gulf Co.STEAMZR
.- 'V'rw-.. ... ....'. ..S .. .... ....5 20 Batoum Steamship .
British
acre farnv'10 in I Port Arthur. drink
rOI' SALE-40 2miles south of Chipley acres on' B :I Reference: First! National and Peoples Banks Phone 1173 I. ,va. ... .... .... ... a.. ... .5 05 Emilia Aust ss, ss Galveston. TAIPOI

pecans; .. .., :.-. .......
N. .. ,. 490 "
C. & St improved A, R. R.2%: also miles 120 from acres town.20 .O.+....H.t.t4.....................$.............. !1..t.-.i-\ ..... .f"...... .... ...4 85 VESSELS-IN J-CRT. old joe"particularly FIRST-CLASS W. 0. ;3ARROW PASSEiNUKiiFREIUHT Master.; .

acres J. B. Hogeboom, Aycock, Fla. K.-. : ... .. ... ....... ..4 30 !tu", .", ; BERVICB AN1 .
Address -- I. .... '.. ..;. .... ... r' ..... .4 2.5H Alpha Ger Str, %2693 Brink Hull to pleasing because -BetwtnmPENSACOLA. -

gmarlm__ ______'____________ _____"_ ______ _______ d ....... ........ .......AAA...............:O'O''O''O''O'f'TT'O':: AAAAAA ,"AAAAAA. '''A'.' 'V..y.v A .. .. .... ..\.... ... ... .4 loG order.. I it's always good. -tnonnously j MOBILE. APALACH 1;;
FOR) &\LE-Ten new and seconds ....... ... .. ... .. ......3 80 August Belmont, Br ss, popular.full COLA. CARRABELLE. ST. ,
cond hand office safes, different I Put th'embefore the FLIES and Fot.._.....,.... .... ..;'. ;.....3 ,75 2967, Bremen to Gulf Transit Clarkg'1 measure-convenient package MILLVILLE. ANDREWS
sizes, best makes at bargain prices. SCREENS E-. : .. ...,..;:.;: '.'. ..:. :.175D Ascension De Larrinaga, moderate price-sold everywhere St.Carrabeile .. ;.
Scarritt :Moreno office East Government MOSQUITOES get into your house. .. ,.. .. ...... .I. ... .....3 75 Kramer, 2693,. Manchester to Gulf Ant all points! on ApaU Andrews 8fc .' '.
J St 24mar We can furnish them CHEAPER NOW. C., .. .. .. .:...-;.. .. .. .......375 Transit Co. i "b & b" atlanta SCHEDULE and hicola. ;
Spirits Turpentine 65& cents. Dora; Br ss,' Mitchell, 1459, Buenos .
W.TEDTo loan money on your Supply of BRICK now on hand.PhoneIl. Ayres. -. I--- Leave Pebsacola Sunday, 1:30 fm
I .. for Mobile ,AlL ,
watches, jewelry and personal ef H. G. DeSILVA & CO. AUSLEY &CO.'S REPORTS Monsaldale, Brit ss 17,83, Davis, Leave Pensacola, Tueida 8:39 *

fects. Highest cash"price for old gold T'O''O''O'ooo AAAAAAAAAAAA,...... M_ ..." ..,, yy" Liverpool, Cotton Market. Santos! to H. Baars & Co. I m, for St. Andrews MillviUe, Ap. '
& Klein
and silver. Lightman 106 E. Senator Holieseen, Ger ss. Lange lac'aicola Carrabelle and intermedia
Oloa SAFES (l SAFES! SAFES! SAFES !
right, Phone 1127. .Tan..JI'eb...._*.i-*.* ......f,..'.......*;..569 1232, Cardiff.- points. .
,R. Bingham has FeVMar.....-.. ............................. Spennymoor, Br. ss, Nairn, 1722, Buy Diebold Safes; For additional Information apply tj
FOR> SALE-A.- a -ur- .. -- Mar.-April.-.........................5.91 Huelva. J. R. SAUNDKRS: ,
good team of mules for sale. See II April-May1....;............................5.91. Ships. Scarritt Moreno, Agent. E. R. COBB, Praideatr
them on his new float. Ieb28, I I May-June..................................5.92 Orpheus, Aust ship, Medanlc--Tries Gen Frt. and Pass. Aft.Pensacola. .-
FOR SALE-Lease or'rent, June-July ;.....,.......,.........,....>... S.tS i te. Tit.
HOUSES Banking By Mail July-August ..............J;......-. ......... {..93AugustSeptember. ,. !
near car line on Little Bayou. Apply ..;.,?...... .............5.9JSeptembr.Oet.ober ) Barl() Morris Dannheisser -i.Rj.
to Phillip. Hannah Little Bayou. I -............ .......... 5.76' .Anna M, Ital, .; bk, Alcese, 868, Ha

4aprl6t October-November ...:............. ......g,69. vana.. I
The great improvements in November-December ."'":... ........ ... GurU, Rus bk, Blomberg 702 Bar.., (Formerly of Dannheisser Bros.)
FARM FOR SALE-80 acres: locatedat .. the.postal Dec ::>tIr-JauUA17 ........-,'......i..8" .<8 .. baaVjgs( to Pensacola Lumber Co. Pure Old Rye and Bourbon, Fine
Cottage Hill on railroad; all fenced ,' .; service make it possible for people in ;:LiTArpoo18pots,61X Precursore, Ital bk Schiaffino: 1508, Wines, Beer and Tobacco.
la and with large house, barns, out- b ; Genoa to Rosasco: Bros.
houses, etc. Creek runs through the / ... any part of the country to secure : New York Cotton Market. Scillln, Ital bk,, Zeno 1220, South- Old Hickory Whiskey Specialty

laud and 4 or 5 springs are also on banking and savings facilities enjoyed -,: Open High' Low"Jnuiry Close hampton to Rosasco Bros. I 12 W. Zarragossa Street. ..t '4I
the land. Plenty shade 'trees and apple by city people. 10,58 Starthem, Br bkf Maitland 1272, PENSCAOLA. FLORIDA.
10.60
,,1055. 10.52
peach and plum trees. Antwerp.
pecan '
MaT 11.12'M1.15: : ll.C7fJuly
Good soil; also have a lot of fine breed n.pi Schooners. I & IJU
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,. 1UO11.12 11.03 11.03!
hogs, goats One Donna Christina Am sch McLeod,
chickens ducks pea Dollar August 10.95 10.910.87 10.8
fowls, pigeons geese and turiteys of : October......../}iJfl,M-. .10.51 10.45 10.4; 165 Cardenas. ARE YOU READY ?
all kinds. Reasonfor: selling is that I December...... ;. 10,53 10.55 10.47 10.4, Joseph W. Hawthorn, Am sch 516 S -
have no one to manage place. A great Opens a Savings Account New York Spots,".11.110' Hoffses to J. A. Merritt & Co. .
bargain either as an investment or ,fWheat.' John Paul Am sch, 352 Jbss to J.I
I
for party looking for a. good farm on A. Merritt & Co. Those cheap rates expire April 7th
which to make money. ,Everything .-*; :r. and -a few dollars added to it each May_......Open.77 Ji' High'1iX'm4'Low Close TTW Thos. S. DennIson, Am sci, Wade, to California and the Nort west. : 'T '

genuine and just as represented. No ....._ 1329 Baltimore to order. I Each first anl: third. 'Tuesday tickets .
; week.pr ,inonth will l soon build it Joi7.- 77H77>i 77 77>i irniI
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9- up Union Br sch 72 Tela, Honduras.
fake. Write or.callon. W. H.Yo-gan. .". Corn.' : ,, i are almost given' away to Texas,
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Box 453. Pensacola for further partie- '. ;; to a nice sum. VVe will add four, per .''Open Oklahoma and that section.

ulars. ,.31mar : cent compounded semi-annually. ,May............ 45.--;. High 45 'Low 44V{' Close 4J Rheumatic Pains Quickly Relieved. Firs, class round trip conventionrates I tTV,l I _
The excruciating pains characteristic California' in and .
May -July.
_. ......45%. .' Ri 4i 4 % I orv.ILL'
FOR SALE-95% acres of'land' half l of rheumatism: and sciatica are Through Pullman 'Tourist Cars from

mile from city'northwest; 70 acres New- York. -Stock Market' quickly relieved by applying Chamber' Washington, D. C.. to -pan Francisco I_
timber land, sub soil clay; 25%' nde"rcultivation. .' ;' -! Open dose lain's Pain Balm. The great pain relieving via Atlanta, Montgomery Mobile and 4.....!. :
sub soil. Dr. T. A.: Southern? ciflc. ..v.;.!;.'... 83% ? 'gjj liniment has __ _
clay power of the New Orleans. and Southern Pacific
LaFar, 519 Guillemarde. St '.: RST'IN ATIO ; Copper.t-.s..... ..7..i.. : :mA.8.B lily5 been the surprise: and dlightpf! thous- (Sunset Route) and from St. Louis
.' I FI NA1LDANK ,..... .. _........ 141. 140 THROUGH SERVICEVIA !
:SQznarfw: I Atch ,.,...........,. .....,........... ,L3t _..h'..., ..93Y- ands Qf sufferers. The. "quick relief via Wabash and Union Pacific and!
.....-...... .' Wi ) from pain which it 'affords"s alone Kansas City.
house for La .!....:.... J60. OOl.. .1
FOR SALE-''My lodging- : OF- PETACOLA-FLA. R.BT.;,.........'.1......!........ S;: :", 873 worth many times its cost. For.,'sale -We have the best service to China! L.&N, E.&T.H.andC.&E.I.
sale.! Fourteen rooms newly fur i ; B.& fJ...............:;.?:'.... ll!5f : 11SS by all drtfggists. Japan and Hawaiian Islands.No I Vestibuled Through Trains Daily n .
nshed! throughout It fs on n gooJ W. HKwzAPFe3. W.K. n-ru.Ja., V.P.aui Ca ier. Erie................:...:&:..r. 4 ). '4 trouble to. answef! questions. 2 NASHVILLE TO CHICAGO -
paying basis and centrally locatad; TL W. baiv and W N.ROBOTS: AS3ti. a hlen. .. ; C.F.I /.........:.j..1?,JSk.:, 6H. J-61" THROUGH SLEEPERS DAY COACHES
1 It..! 'folocks-frora'postoffice;. part"-<:a5l .-- DiBiCTOES-F.: C!.. Brent.. W.. A. B1oun Brent, .W'f., .Snowies- W, K. Hyer.. Jp*-. U.-8.... ..............,........ 42r4 4.." contributing theirshare.to: make. : J. F. VAN RENSSELAER I JEW ORLEANS TO.CHICAGO
.
Apply to 'Mrs- 'B.- 31.. Trainer,' 128wI f. D.OV I' : : i' '1" ; U.S., preferred.-10"... 107% "' nlO. thitfgs dull New York;, New -Orleans G.: W. ELY,T. P. A. : General Agt.i i riHINQ' CARS SERVING ALL MEALS EN ROUTE I
: Government 'St. ,30mar ---. -p---, : B.S. ...;.'. ........... \...;. S1Z: sin and Liverpool beng: closed from'April .' 124 Peachtrea St., 0.B.JlILLMAN,a.P.A.. S.L ROOEiS.rieL Ail.|
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fl. L.& N.. ...... .... ,', EWNSVU.C. INDo KASKVItU TttW.
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FOR SALE Household .goods, bed : .t. 1507. J 13th to April 16th; inclusive ,naturally Atlanta, Ga. ..
.. !I.---' ''--- -
IMd..i. ,.',
,83i-
f ? the talent do -not care to face
clothing linen and dishes. Apply 0 r V.C...........................-493,4 ,fOX the weather for three days'with no -,
531 E. Government St_ 25rnarlrnJ I .,- Mq! '"..'.......:!t1t..u.!'!'.rl -':::" IIi"! op.
; No. BIOS. Ie'r., .... Can.Pe; :.... ... 172 portunity to cover their' holdings.
< ] 172
; \ %
SALE--NIce".clean .old newspapers .. i."t'-! I Reports from all ssctionsjTsay farm LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD COMPANY
.. N.Y.C.-............. i443 J4 1,.. ,
at tire cents a bundle. This of. '. c.*. LAMAR.! President JOHN PFEiFFER. Assistant; Castor P.O ............. ....Itp.._ i15Ys 95% work is progressing rapdly and while' and Local Tim Table Between Ponsaeata tut Poiats: North.
fice.FOR. 'U. E. CLARK. VTce-Presldent, .;- .and Cashier. J.W. ANDREWS. Assistant CashIer. :. w1yG.-.'..... 188 J38>', temperatures have been rather too Through

from standard'bredprIze 8'P ........................... i77 17'1"' i cold for perfect germination. there is READ DOWN. READ UP
SALE-Egga B. .,. 27 2i still plenty of time to correct that and TraIns Nos. Trains Nos.
winning Barred Rocks fifteen THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK 6 R.-, ....,.,40>' 40% i the dangers of boll weevil eta,have 2 4 3 1 .
51.50; fifty $3. Also Ohio improved' T.C.I....._' ...., .. 151Penna. (' UI been, lessened materia ly. Incidentally Lv.- .. .Pensaco'a..Ar. 6:00am OOpm
Chester White Pigs pedigreed. Mrs. or FL1. .... ......... 1l:0Spm 1l:56am.
PENSACOL4 .
140 dullness
f
Fla. UIj, the extreme:: 'of the cotton 6:30am 6:20pm Ar ...Montomery.; .. ..Lv. 9:35pm 11:15am:
Lizzie B. Hughes Chipley p.
22marlm DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED C.P. -, ....t.." 1j', :. 158 8 market gives us an opportunty for a 1l:4Sam 9:10pm: 'Ar,. ,.. .Blrm ngham .. .. Lv. 4Zpm 8:33am
STATES. .- few remarks that we think should be 7:25pm 3:17am Ar.. .. .. .Nashvil1e. ..,Lv. 8:45am 2:25am

S. C. ;BROWN :LEGHORNS-Kulp- -% CAPITAL STOCK, :09,000.: SURPLUS, J6D,0)3. Ausley Iew> York& .Co.'s"Daity, April 6.-The.Cotton Letter.cotton 'taken seriously,. especially by the 8:00pm 3Slam- Lv;., .o' ..N shville.. .. .. 8:17am 2:05am

Hughes Strains; egg record 240 per farmer. 1:25am 8:16am'\.Ar.. ... .Evannille. .. .Ar.1 3:00am 9:20pm
I
pullet The farmer's and fancier's DIRECTORS. markets were tame affairs today. Liverpool Tils Crescent City! just a few years 7Oam 2:10pm Ai.. ..St. Louis. . .. 8:45pm 3:30pm:
showed a decline of 1 "point on was' the backward city in
/chicken. Eggs for hatching. An -all ago most
fertile Prices Pen No. Henry'L. Covlngton, Frenk Reilly, F. E. Browner, spots and 2 to 3 points on futures and the United States, yet there'was much Th5opm; 3:21am liv.. .. -.jashviUe .. .. .Ar. 8:21am 2:15am:
guarantee.
: J. M. Pfelffer W. S. Rosasco C. V!. Lmar, cables reported< trading very light in in other 2ltam I 8:30amAr.I .. .. ..Louin1i1e .. .. ..Lv. 2Uam: I 9:3Qpu
1, ?2, pens Nos. 2 and 5, $1.50 for 15. more wealth there than many .
.
Sunnyside Poultry. Farm DeFunlak Bryan Durmody' T. F. McGourln J. R. Souiders the Englfsh: market although spot cities'of wce: its size but it was hsld 7Ziam 12:01n'n: Ar. ... ..Cincinnati .Lv. 11:00pm 6:00pm'
A. M- Avery,: W. U. Milton 0. E. Maura, .
sales were free. On this side of the -
is found
Sprinis Fla. References-anyone in W. L. Cawthon I Dr. W. J. Hannah, MvKenzic Ocrtlng water the talent eagerly scanned the by a class that in many Between Pensacola, Mobile and New Orleans.
is detriment rather -
the city. ISmarlm cities a class that a
C. E. Clark.
M. Covington M.
Alex McSovvIn
; weather board in the hope of finding 1 than a benefit to the communities 6&.7 2&3 4&.1 3&.2 1&.4 5&.6

FOR SALE-Grocery. store and residence 1 something' encouraging to their side in whch: they live. A small band of 7tOOam'11:05pm 11:55am\Lv---.Pensacola.\ ..Ar. 5:00am4:00pm- 6:30pm
combined stock Account! OfB.ankl..lndlvldu.lsCorpor. Firms Solicited.Four of the but the weather fail-I
including question men realizing th> importance of the 10(5am 2:55am 4l2pxnAr .. Mobile ..Lv.12:4Oainll:59am 2:35pm
fixtures, etc; nice home good'water, : .per' cent Interest Paid on Time Deposits. ed to show up'much either way part south's great staple, once the world's 6:00pm 7:15am 8lSpmAr.. New Orleans. Lv4 8:15pm.! .. ._ 9:25am
one whole block under fence: Cash ly cloudy weather with temperatures demand reached the proportions that

only. Corner -Maxwell and 6th ave. eery nearly normal, belng'the rule. It was inevitable, formed an association Flomaton, Pensacola, River Junction and Jacksonville.
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Mrs. Z. P. P. 0. Box f Is there be much
614. will
not thought
Ryan : called'It the Nsw Orleans Cotton. -
and
1 3 Trams do not stop a.t stations I 2 I 4 I 6 I %2DaUYIDa'lyIDa.i1ylDaily
ISmarlm ............O..... .' .e..o..O ......+O..O.. change 1114 the visible supply statement Exchange and Future Brokers Association 21 I 5 I I 1 1 where no time is shown I Daily!IDaIlyDa11.vDaI1y:455
J. S. RBESE; President. E. W. 1IENEPEE. Cashier. < that is issued about 5 p. m. I ; planned after the, Chicago (
i. -: 2:30 Lv. Flomaton .. .Ar. 12:4b 15 85.....
R. M; CAR!. Vice-Presidect The coming holidays of course are Board of Trade and 'the result has :::. 2fiOI 01'
POINTED PARAGRAPHS I .;..'. 5:00 2:35 2bSj.. ,. .. ..Ceutury .. .. 12:4( 11 81 ....4
THE: PEOPLE'S BANK OF PENSACOLA. i been that' New, Orleans has advanced .... 5:01 2:41t306I.; .. ...Bluff.Springs .. .. *11:33 1:15 8:15....
in' the last few than she
.
more years
.. .. ..McDavid.. ... ;; .12:2 1:65 8:06.....
men good nature is noisy it is alas Directors L. J.' Rieyes, J. S. Reese, W. DeC. Kcssler, R. M. Gary,, \ PRESS had in 100 before: Of course these ..... 5:172:5120. ..
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most Jrffi-i s .... 5:30 3:043:36., ,. ,.PineBarren .1:08: 12:52: 1:55. ...
disagreeable as ill nature. D'AIemberte T. A. J. J. Hootcn.
t W.A. Jennings, men ara; termed speculators and of
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.Molino.11:59 .
UU 7.1 ..
350. ,
.. 5:39 3:13 ; P
a .4(
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You are interesting your friends TRANSACTS, GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. late the have been caricatured and .f .. .. .
.
D1JIroi ... .5:43 eo .. .. .Quintette .dll:5112:347:39.....
as from long them.as you are keeping something ...t. .... .YOUR... .ACCOUNT........IS..RESPECTFULI/i......... ..SOLICITED... .. a'bUsed look from at some every or direction most of, yet ths whenwe magnificent .... .5:53 *3:29" ".1':0-1: .. .. ..Cotta e Hill .. ... '*11:44 '12:27:34. ......

.... .5:51 3:29 .. .. ...Cantonment .. .. 11:40 126 7:31..4
Sever watch others unless you are buildings that have sprungup ... .6:01'331'423. : .. ... ...,G-onzalez. .. .. 11:3512:21.7:26 ....
Prompted by the desire to: find something --- ----- --- -- --- in New Orleans in just a short ".... .6033:3342: .! .. ., ....Roberts.. .. ... .11:33.12:19.1:24. ....
to applaud. L HILTON GBSSNPa.sn>sxs. '' T.-B. W cr.ts. VrO'lPaEAtD&u. time: placing it irf the rank of the other .... *6:15 *2:45 .4:4-0., .. .... ...Olive.. .. .... '11:22,'12:09 .7:15. ....
Somehow B.M.BU8HNFJJU CASHIB MANSFIELD MORI1: O.Assnr.C.ullmm great cities of the United States and .. *6:21'S: l.4:48.. ., .. .Brent.. ". .. ... 1115 .12:04 t1:09 .....
f your right .always seems : realize that it was these same men ... .Goulding .. .. '11:11.1:01 7:05.....
ol!! ..... 65 s3:54j54sz is
National Bankof
grand the other man's right. Is Citizens who did it all, and not the moss back .
dwarf 1 in --. I .... 6:30: 4:00O, Ar.. ..Pensa.cola Lv. 11:05 11:55 7:001.....
'
comparison. I'I'I -
u : PensacoU, tJ rida. gIA 1iL' 5'I calamity howler, we are inclined to
If you know of any patience that.is IJI'LCIC0S.. think they are entitled to some credit ';o.21 1 I ''No.2P
.
not the patience: of"a mother! compared ,Geo. W.\fright.. JJofrisBe r. T.Weiles. Six M.Rc-blnscn.' L. HiUoa Green. I- Wi also. We have 'noticed espJciaHy 5:00 I ...... "... 1:00 Ly.. t,.Pensa.coJ' ... ..Ar 10D0 ... ... ..'I 11:15S : ,
with that kind it Is an adulterated when. money is needed for any public .. .. .. .\......
_A C(>EK B4VKIJVG,BUSINfSS TRANSACTED ; 5:20 .. .... 1-3.; 4* ... .Bohem1a. -- .10:55
brand I purpose' ,. that these are, .the men 5:22 ... . "- ?:Uiu .. ...Gull P:> nt.. u .. '1133; .. .. *10:53
A good gon to first and in-rarlably: .their purse .. .Ynetra.: .... ... ... .. .
many times.when you think I 5:25.... ......'q .. : :; 10:50S
Jon -- --- strings were opened.We .. ....Escamb1a. ... .'10:28... .....'
are accepting a complimentary : Tile Slmplc&t-'IIl'CIt-sarc.t- 5:29. .. ...... 7:18.. 1 a 10:47
from a friend you are.getting a' seat ...... Hiadicit-tnd only Perfect have seen the northern farmer S 5:( ........ ....- 1,25 .. ... _. ....Uulat.. .. ...... 10:19 ......... -10U
In the gallery at box prices. -" : InJ. "a sse,. i iII : Sdf-fillingPen.Ink No gu.filler j jno making i bare living:: beciusethe S : ...... ... ....' .. .a .. ...Harp.. .. .. ... i... ... .10:32C
O.A.ii to .
It we could .Pre...Cary.' : L 5Z; c3 C Q. Sec'Jo I or lhakinr.Y -DO clogjio pr ceof wheat was so low and we .. ..- 7:35.. .. "., .Galt O1ty.. .. .... ............ .10:21
see our backs we would -. ffholM&ls and Retai1 Dealer 14 i! n limply prat the bnuonuepicturesndthepcn5lia have seen thes? same speculators take 6:03..I., .. 739.!! .. .. .. ...Milton. .. .. .. .: .. .. .. 10:14
probably find them blushing ,at things j Domestic Anthracite la hold and force the price' very 'much S : ..... .... .. ...Gooil Range .. .. .. ...... .... 9:43
aid behind them to spare the-feelings ', Steam.:- C, 0 A L. I iA a(h&h." higher, thus throwingthousands! of C 1:03.... .... St5.!. ... .. ..,.H91ts.; .. ... ... .. .'........ !915C
of our facesi-Atchison Globe. :' and Blacksmith.! I 'Writesth.lDstlIntt I dollars into the farmers hands. Nor 7:26. .. ... ... 8:30.. .. .u..1Iltlgan.. ;. .. .. 9:12. ........ 8:5%

1 '. :'QfflceNo..' *3.. SuthPalafox street Telephone 93.corner'TmafonS'lamf I toa the paper do we. think" the south has forgotten 7(0.: .. ...... 8:38.. .0 ...Crestv w., i.. .. 9:04.... ... .. 8:38
&g of some ,Jfeted'1JDb nlUe.. "" Yar:! Gonzalez-streets.: Phones and '372 I. whatthey did a couple of years ago C 8:09. .......8:56'f .. .. .Deer Land:. ,. ...... ... Si03C :
Is said the 'University'of' Oxford ;_______ T. 'VTI '''''P'K -" Was.founded'by King Alfred the Great T :t .- in connection! with these' men for 9:16... ...... 35 ta .DeFunlak Springs. .... 8:13. ... ..... 6:57

In *.-. The University. .of Cambridge,1 .. many years and hav found them S 5:30.. ... .....' 9:4 .. ... .. ..Argyle .. .. .. .6:42
or, Father the first of the colleges at Hb Ko.15 with 14 brat olid gold broad jninded\and liberal! at all times. 9:52... .. .....' 9:57: ::, .. Ponce D&Lcon. .. .. --7:44..s. .6:2'
I vulcanized The man who buys'som 3 town lots In .\Vestville.. : .. .
sent in It founded -- I pea point-finest 10:12 .... .... JOJ9.; 6ot
j comprised ,;was : robber and fully guaranteed.E .-' the hDp .that the price will advance; 10:22..... .... 10:15"! .. u.Caryrtlle.. .. .. .. 7:1 ... .... 5:5
Lmversity?Hugo?, bisbop! of Ely i l' 1257. 1Th Q] i1 t.You ed a Carriage Shed? sU"n !,-No. 2S the spinner.! who.fells his manufactured 10:45......... 10-1; i. .. !... .B1nttay.. .. ...... 6:5 .... ..... 5:%.
Of Paris was founded bj with cold band$% 0Eatl"FU.h"N J months ahead of wnat .. .. .'. .. .
or-'shed: the and farm ? Pro- <>. .2krntiza. 'goods many 11:12.. .. ... 1047.; .. ... .Chipley. 6:37.: 4:5'5
The ICing Philip IIv about toe year 1200. for wagon!: will imphments ; $3.00 he has or even has cotton to maka 119.......... 10:58.: .. ." ..Aycock. ". .. .. 6:27.: ........ 39
first German university was estab, tected from theweather they last longer and per- 'wii told lani,$4.00 of the' farmer who plants .. .
them out 11:43......... 11:07.. It ,..Cottondale.. 6.18. .. .... 4:24
listed' at Prague in 1348. Trinity vol- forhi !afore-: atisfactorysefV S : Sold t>y Stasoooind every ..acre he can in cotton In the 12:10... .:..11:25.; .. ,..YarI3.nna.. .. .. .. 6:00........ 3:55

iege, Dublin, was incorporate' by roy- We Want to:Furnish.the Lumber i Other Storei hope he will get.15 cents a pound for 12:44 .: ....... 11.5.; .. .. .Cypress. ., ... 5:38 ........ 3:19
at charter In '1591. The ,University of .- a'S''we1r"D.r! the nails' and other hardware necessary in Its : doanYtell Aik TOUR DEALlR.lChe ye U she Eagle it, the spot cotton man who sells many *1255.; .. .... '11:5 .. ,. ,.Grand Ridge.. .. ..1. ::32 ;. ... 3:07

Edinburgh was 'first chartered 1582 iFramng. "'may ba had for'$16.00 -siding $10.00. i "FLASH" pog,1o.Pecithea bales of cotton he' does'not have and ......... ..11:02;: 'f ,.. Of '. .Sneads.. .. ..:..is : : !
1T' Ring james '.YL of Scotland. Hat- !] iinglp5'f.7iand and 'wire nails on a $2.35 ba'e. end U'. Each the retail absolutely price direct parutecd. to. many others too numerous -to mentionare 1:18.: .... .... U.1 ..River Junction 5:21..2:4. ..e
Yard college was founded at Cam- I I! pea strictly legitimate. There' is' no 10:501....'I.". Ar .!t Jac4sonyil2e.. .. Lv I

bridge, or, as Jt was then known, New SaimdersMill Company EaglePencilCo.SlasufactiUerS' speculation: In that. Yet to our er.ta'n' AM 1 I. t 7.0', ., _I AM I Py
these
town knowledge same speculators -
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Mass.l in 16S& Yale university and 3 through sleeping car betw e
contr'Jbutemore by 50 per cmt to TraIns 21 and 2? and trains 2 carry
Conn.Was first established at I I Phone _717.. 21 Last Garden Street. 3;f Broadway.New York 'the upbuilding of the whole country Pensacola Jacksonville via River Junction and Seaboard Air Line. rn
in 1700. It removed to 1brook'1 '
than any other! class in it. .:Trains stop on signat. .
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INDUSTRIESNe [ ; ''Following is a list of the deeds recorded XlCDD OUT O'P CITY mnut.A.l\1'J'OB GODiG SI
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Don't your individualty in an, ill-fitting yesterday reported by the J .; :: 2E'! DNAny ,:N Wr :J

::4r and. poor1y-made garment of questionable 4- .ofMen's, Pensacola Abstract Co: ,,iwas 1_ t1.i-I

4t4 fabric when you can get <$, Emily C. Wr'.ght- to A. A. Fisher lot .eonkb-A-- (t chird.I1Utiid 15Year I: Prlnk'lsbis um:: :- u.w. oI
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17 block 7i West King Tract Belmont condition/
J pr4& t '
Corporations Formed in Dixie .[ Numbering, $660. 'a el1- business i A few days age bV'
Guaranteed Al-Wool! .
Suits
(f con maA-own of'a'. store'iHe: J of the 1rfi1'tllltV':
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A. R. Jones to J. Ben'Roberts, S. 72- .,.Utl ; ". ,'-.

k That are cut and -buil by the best shear and/ I During the Week \ ft; of the W./128 ft of Arpent lot 78, Una wu-iespe'tedby, : his eigbbprsJ'tont
Sr Old City: $500 and othr co sidera: Uhu. and was known.as.a.J'-'N': "
flh- needle artists in the world 'the product of Just Passed. .- tions.: JeD ''Thei.her' DRINK
flet. .
Fine .J
that famous tailoring firm ::j. Wallace' Lamar to J. W. Last IUltIi,. Iwes:iar, "

Chattanooga" Tenn.,. April ,6.-The lots 11 to 15, inclusive, block 124,New BARS MEN 'FROM BUSINESS
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Hart Schatfner & Marx City and other considera-
Tract $100
I new industries established .in._ tue ,
?f7Jj I south during the week ending to< ay tions. -

i- The choicest fabric and the newest, stylesare ar.3 indicated by the lolloiiying, list j.,1 Clothes. W. C, Dawberry .to J. P. Garvn: N friends We read and of the businessman only ambition who left falls is to from be admitted prosperity to the to nl"poor a, loses house.his"family"Drink and>.

waiting here. The | taken from The Tradsrnan's. .yerift d E4 of the,'SBH and the SEtA of the given u the HUM of bis,condition. ,
you predominating I report.3. The diversification and I NE14, SEC. 20 T. 1 N. R. 30 W., 80 Drink has conquered the strongest Intellects the bravest hearts and the noblest

4 : color, Quaker gray, with the blue a close high average of capitalization are I New and up-to-dateIne.: ot Spring acres, $821. can natures.expect Easiness to Slt-=ceed.! competition. K.o"will has power"become on earth so keen can that heal only the inflamed men of steadfast habits
Stomach'mem.branes
t second. Fancy suitings also are having their ', two strikng: features of the week's I j and Summer Suitings: andTrouser A.,A. Fisher to Alma. E. Fisher! lot burned out by alcohol. The craving1 for drink is a disease brought on by con."
&p i list Among th largest .new enter-!ings. 28, block 160, East King Tract Belmont tinnal indulgence in alcoholic stimulants and requires treatment.
innings, all of which are well represented i prizes are coal coke and lumber} Suits from Jim( to $50.00. Numbering, $1 and other considerations .

r here. Buy your Easter Suit here, I companies in Alabama;, cotton mill Trousers from $5.00 to $15.00 : OrrineNo.1 OrrincNo.2-
and hardware works in. Georgia; I' Join our Gentlemen's Suit. .Clua :Giea--P. Wentworth to J. R. Saunders ; In powder form .0"mu 0, \ In pill form and

SUIT PRICES '$ tOo TO $25.00 electric light plant and' water worksIn Costs only. $1.50 per month for. pres; 'an "undivided: -i' interest in and ,less tasteless,can and be given odor- by should those be willing taken

Kentucky; cotton gin .and landand I I lug and sma'i! repairs/. ; to the follow:Ins descried: property:. withou.t the ,. to be cured. In
4 BUY TO-DAY FOR EASTER lumber corn-panjy in Louisiana; I Dyeing .and. Cleaning of men's anwomen's Commencing at a point on. Garden St knowledge of. the convenient form
in. to be
patient tea, carrl in
D: 4J} cotton compress in 'Mississippi. ; In-! Clothes a spectalty. 12 ft W. of, the E E corner of Arpentlot coffee_ _orfood_ _.___ Cures Whiskey and Beer Habit vest pocket.
1. % vestment and mining companies and Give us a trial We will appreciate 54, Old City, thence run Non a the sure
ORRI2TC is only and-safe borne treatment for the liquor habit. No loss of
construction companiss in' Missouri; ; your business. line parallel with the E. line of said time or absence from home required. No sanitarium treatment necessary
THE JOHN cotton gin and lumber c.ompanies in REESE-M NCEL TAILORING CO, Jot ., tieiice W. along the Mailed in plain sealed, wrapper on receipt of price. Write for complete treatise on
WHITE Arpent l92ft
STORE "How
North Carolina; copper company, to Cure Drunkenness,? (sealed) free. THE ORRINE COMPANY IKC-
mill Phone 675. 11 N. Palafox St Nviine: of said Arpent lot 80 ft. thenc Washington, D.
mining companies and gin and C.Cure.Effected
s S. '192 ft., thence E. aloffs the N. l"ne or Money Refunded.
companies in Oklahoma electric
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of Garden St 80 ft. to pont of beg'n- A Registered Guarantee Id every box. Price either form $1.00 per box.
Specialists In
4- Men's Wear light plant, and cotton mill in .South s company.. ning, being a part of Arpent lot 54, OKKIAE is sold in-erery city by the leadingdrog Ut.: Sold in this city bj 9
; Carolina and
: 205-107 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET woodworking; elevator plants company in -Tennessee. ; I 'Carterville Ore milL' also! S. 42 ft of the E& of Arpent lot V,"} TE'S PHARMACY,

r cotton compress. cotton gins and Belton-$18,000 gas company. 45, Old City, $1 and .other, consid rations. -,
PHONE 252 lumber mills in Texas; lum'br't'Om''Panie3 l lJohnstown..mines.'Butler$5..500' 1 06 S.. -Palafox, Street, Pensacola' Fla.

r- ----- and ice factories .in Virginia coal mining- com C. L. Payne to E. W. Mcintyrc, 6.75
IK The Tradesman's list for' the week, pany. acres of land in the Vitrien Grant, .
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p Cuenweg Mines. T- --- .. ..
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-LI1-; classified by states and giving the Sec. 16 T.-1 S. R. 29 W.. $?5 and other I

Marine Grocery Co. amount of .capitalization, is as follows Dunn-Woodworkin North Carolina.;. plants.! considerations.Lee J. I I Death and Taxes
and
'I : Quick: -Saw inill.Hickory25,000 Ban'ell: Henry Bellinger I
BEULAH II Alabama. H. Pace to Leslie E. Brooks, lots 11,' i
p wer plant. Are admittedly th8 only sure things in life., What you
14- 604, 606, 608. 610 3. Palafox St Bessemer-$25,000 spoke 'and handle Cliffiside. -440,000 lumb company.. 12, 13 and 14, block 45, Belmont; Tract I .are sure will happen you are wise If you prepare. for.

x4; a ;Phone: 723.V. factory. "Wilmington $50,000 building' and $100 and otter ..considerations.J. -'1he'Equitable's
'Hunstville-Chair factory. loan D. Waters to' :Leslie E. ,Brook',
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4i: : .:J. VIDAL, Manager. Beulah Special, April to jS.HThe The 'Journal.weather at Mobile-$i5,000 brick "works. Lattimore company.-lagging factory. lots 9 and 11:, block 77, West King, Continuous IDs'a'lment Policy

'THE H<)ME OF GOOD THINGS TO I this fTuscaloosa Electric- light and gasplants "SalisburyBottling; works. Tract, Etlmont Numbering, $100 and .
writing is all taat could be d'e-, r has all the good eatures of the old policies and decidedly" -
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; water works. (Charlotte-$100,000 cotton gin company other considerat'ons. '
elred if comfort the that
EAT personal were i new features were formerly never dreamt of.
Birmingham-$U ,000 coal aiafcoke FernaM to D. Hale
only consideration but I believed 1 if ; $50,000 manufacturing corn- Eupham'a A. : Let us explain! ; it to you.,
;1 : Just Received: the crops and garden sass had anything company. .- Wilson W% 'of block 29, West Kng-
Li4.; .Halibut Chunks. Halibut Quick Lunch I to .say in th.g matter they would Gordon-$200,000: lumber company.- pany.FayetteMills Warehouse company. Tract !beIng lots -1 to 11,- inclusive Insurance. Gen'! At!
1 .: 50 kite oi fancy Mackerel Jl-25 per want It a good deal-warmer and wantit Thomaston-'Brick worKs Jackson--$15,000 lumber com and lot 24, of said block 29; all'ot blk : KnowlesBros.
i; i' kit. ,soon. I notice yellow spots on Bridge'port'-$20OOO coal and- iron- rany.- 236 New City, and an .undivid d 1-3 Firt, Uf; Pensacola

4jc4 50 kit Salmon. $1.25 per kit. the oats that I took to be rust, but,I! company. Statesville-$20,000 glass factory. interest In 1 Arpent in the Casa Blanca -_ ,.,.. ,, .,.
50 kite halibut fins, $1.25 per kit. on examination I believe ft is the: Arkansas. usburg.--BuiMing; .and. loan com Tract $1000 and other cons:d?raJ I u =:: -- = -

4iF; 50 kits of Cod Tongues and Sounds,I effect of the cold for it is only the Pine Bluff Flouring. mill-in and. eleva pany. t'ons !

1 t1 $1.25 per klL. lower leaves and the hearts of the tor. .. Hinton$100OOO'lumber company. Arthur -Gunn to Escambia Realty
Bloaters. Milkers and Roes, Herring, plants appear all right.- De Quesn.-25OOO' company.' Lexington-$40,000 desk factory. Co., one-undivided seventh interest 96 'i..t

Ia Codfish, Pickled Salmon, Dill Pickles,' Mrs: Elizabeth' S. Barrineau, aftera Florida. Carthage-$150,000. mining com acres of that tract. f l land described as :

cq1t German Sauer Krout. 'I pleasant: visit with her children, Jacksonville-$10,000 lumber com pany. follows: SWM of the SW#,. N% of 'j IronWorks and Supply Co. j i

r1 Pigs reeL in kits $1.00. Mr. Thos. Barriceau and Mrs. James pany. 1obrganton-$20OOO: .bottling, company toe SW W. 34.0125 acres of the .N "
1k!; Mann 11 and Lange's Fruit Cake.J .. Snowden has returned to her home Georgia; ; 'I W .i- of. the-SE i, E. 96.065 acr's: of :: Manufacturers Repairers -of MACHINERY AND BOILERS. :

National biscuit Go's Fruit Cake. 25c':!I at Quintette,' accompanied by her Atlanta' -:-:$12,000 hardware com.pany. trarborolOQOOImplement com NW% aDd -NEVt '473.195.acres; air In '.. FORGINGS, MILL.-AHD STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP

*: per pound. ,,1 I I granddaughter little Miss Pet Han- .goSavannan1!- pany; ,? .. Filipe: _Priettto Tract,. Sec.:" 5'T.-2 3. :: REPAIRS A SPECIALTY. Prompt attention given to all orders, :
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We handle the.celeb rated blends of! I : -Car wheel works. :Oktin'ta., undivided '. day Agents for James
na.I : R. 39 toffee roasted by the Gulf! City Coffee I !Mr Snowden of Hammac .'Athens-l5OOOO, cotton mill '(near) Gofebpr-10,00 0, gin and.. mill com lot : .b Timber i
Eugene "* interest tn and to 19 ock' 84, :t Dogs, also chains of all descript'ons. Office phone ,12S. Residence
f&Ik- Co. If. P. Chipman.lb. Manager. Ala., made '* short visit with home DIacon-$25,000- realty and loan pany. _-", West King Tract, Belmont Number- ,. phone 1029. p. O.Box, 123. PHIL WITTMAN, Mgp. s
Oaxaca 35c ; Gold Standard lb 25c: folks returning Monday night company.. : Granite--$5,000: telephone system. Ing. Also t& undivided fourteenth in- ................- +. .4..$1 .. .........
lb Diamond Blend. 25c Golden
: ; Mrs. James Fisher, Sr. has been to Kentucky. IIknn ssi -Telephone' company. '
lb.Strictly trest.1n lot 125, block 22 West King I .
Rio, 20c '
4ij1 fresh roasted and as goo ,, see her father' Joel Malone, Sr., re Horse Cave-Building! block. fac- Shawneer-SSO.OOO' ran} and gas company"t$2,000'p.0& I Tract, $1 and other'considerations.. I t............................ + o....'I....44........
tory electric light plant. : "' '
? cently. She says he li very low with ; copper. company. -
ps any Colee sold In this city.: little hope of recovery and relatives! Hopk1iisvill-$5OOQo; .flouring mill; iCuster-$2qo>.oq0 ,
4t1 Send us orders and will "" '
promptly.your we denver and friends should ,lose no time ingoing shoe factory. pany: ; ';10': Counterfeiting'lhe Genuine. :f !

to sea him If..they wish to see Columbia-Water works.- Amortta-$50.000 .lumber company.Oklatoma' Foley & -",Co.. Chicago or'glnated: I HA.vzA'NYGM
Leilchfield-Telephone system. City=$750,000 mining ,i "
him alive.- Honey and Tar as a throat and ,lung
Miss Catherine Fisher Is at Cantonment Louisiana., company%; $1,000,000 ,mining: coma remedy, aid) .on account of the great j 'f f ff
t1I r assisting Mrs. H. O. Wilderin Arcadia- -$Sp.OOO lumber : company. >any; "suipp'ly/ company: .. merit and popularity of Fol Honey :
her house work. Hajmmond: $25,000.building and El Ren -:-$100.0M 'mill and eleva- and Tar many imitations! are offered f TROUBLES ? j

4 (FULL 'MNo Cora Spare, accompanied by loan company. tor company.South -- for the genuine. .Thes "worthlessimitiations I

her little brother. Louis has gone on \\Dehotels-$6,090 {cotton gin.: Carolina.- have ,smilar sounding : '

HIT a visit to their old home near Man Donaldsonville --' .$40,000develoP- Bamterg-$15,000', electric light names. Beware of them. The genii-' = We :wish to advise gas consumers who have any :
chester Iowawhere they'wlll' remain 1prt ('Ymnany. plant ? in Fo' y's Honey and Tar Is in a yellow -. : ttb1e"wh tev r' with eltJJ.ergas lights hjaters or .

7\\ EXPRESS till fall with relatives and Lake $50,000'oil company. Belton-$50,009 cotton' mill package. Ask for it and refuse; !t.: copkttfg: -ranges: 'to promptly advise us. as we have :

PEPA1D.11s4 friends. *1iss' Annie Bowman their fauyba Sara-$10;000 brick works.: Columbia, ton company. any substitute. It Is the best remedyfor : a corps of gas ,experts always at the disposal of gas .

teacher' ail d 'and' spent the evening New Orleans-$12,000 coaland, Greenville-$60,000; :ice"' factory.'Teiiness' .... coughs and colds.! W. A. D'Alem-. ,:' consumers to remedy any gas -difficulties: you may :
with them before they left and bid coke company; grain elevator. e. berte, druggist and apothecary; .
them ,God"speed on their long jour- Alexan.i'ria' -$10,000 land and lumber -, 'South Pittsbur.Cement ;works. i, experience-_ :
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company. Memphis -JISO.OO'O elevator com- ,
ney.Mr.. Walter' Bowman ana'! wife ac Lbring .;''Slaw mill -?any; $25;000 "mediciaa company;; .1L __,. 'i&bI f' ..
companLedby' the '.Misses Annie and Enice Saw mill, $10,000 land company; woodworkingplant. I .
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. ,Mattie -Malone and Miss :Mary Mississippi.11oxi$3OOOO > Pensacola Gas Company
Fisher. -spent. part of last Sunday at I, fisheries company. Trimble-$15,000 hardware: company. i

I Dor. the homes. of;Mrs..Jt D. Bowman and Chapman-Dry kiln. t 1 : Phone 148.24 and 27 E. Garden Street. :
Mrs. ,J. D. Holman of near Musco- Jackson-$50,000 construction Nashville-$20,000 lumber com HERE

I,;* U Ld I rTI s lul DELIVERED gee.Mr. pany; $100,000 cotton compress. .com- pany.. ",, :............................,.......+...............:
:r !} cosCHAS.BLUM&CO Uohn Lister. who is employedby Adaton-Saw mill: planing mill. Knoxville-Foundry; $10O0G coal ;- '
a lumber company at Jennings, i lath and shingle mill. company;_ $5,000 construction com- i- -
ji',1oo t
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was over Sunday going back to his I onevll1e-Bottlin ; works. pany. Florida and Alabama
work Monday moA -? Forest City-$30,000 Johnson City-Builders' supply I '
.compress. I COTTAGEHILLSpecial
\ couple of small boys, Levy I company. i : LAND COMPANY
Missouri. THEY
Bryant and Roy White of Beulah Texas.
'4 killed a genuine old Florida rattler works.Liberal-$15,000 brick' and tile !IRosenas'-: $5,000. telephone com- Manufacturers of

one day last week near Nunez'serry.. pany. and Dealers In
i 51? AND 519 WZST BAY ST., St 'Louis-$5.000 electrical company -
His measured. feet in Goree
snakeship 5Vi -$20,000 supply company: to The Journal. LUMBER SAWED CYPRESS SHIN-
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. lenght and sported 14 rattles and s $100,000; $350,000 mining investment company; Hico-$35,000 cotton compress. Cottage Hul April 8":':'Mrs. Hoffman GLES ,AND KILN-DRIED: SAPCOFFEE.
!button. company; $40,000 Kyl 7"$8OOG coton gin.aumontForge I
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: mining company; 900.000 investment who bas'bee visiting hersis- =:
.railEft .
Mr. and )I s. James ShelWy are works; lumber ARE !
the pro ,:i' parents of a. baby girl comnany$25,000 ; construction'company; mill. I ter,, Mrs. Frank' ,L? rey ha? returnedto

: born March 2?; 000 tie construction and company,- $25- Bay City-$100,000 rice company. her home in the. city !
timber
The Iit9r also called on our mail company. Munday-$20,000 development com Mr. Masengal, Pensacola. was a
Joplin-Electric ,
DisinterestedOpinion carrier H, 0, Wilder, last Friday and supply and con pany. .
here recently.3Ir.
left him a little boy. struction company; mines. Mallard-Telephone company. Winter's Back Has Been pleasant caller

''Mr. James Snowden has been con Kansas CitY $25.000investment f jJorpus Christi-M20,000 hardware Broken.and and ''Mrs.Wright and Mr. We are the Pioneer

fined to his bed. for a few days with company. ; $200.000 lumber company. company. Shivley who have been spending! the
: some- khid'.9ta fever 'but he is a **; i'" "-$:25,000 manufacturing (IVbby-$5OOJ! ( lumber company. nearly every man has a winter here-, at Me srs.- Reeve and Coffee Roasters of

% ;:1 good .deabetter' i now, and will soon San Antonio-Gla.s factory. pair of Wamt>ler's returned to their home West Florida.B&HUGH'S .
be able! .6) jittenfl\ to his worK. I Galveston: $25..000'creosoting

!II.see you are handling Kutlenhe1mer's -. Mrs" 'OttcT WJcke of the German Petermants Roach Food.A works. Spring Shoeson ia Mr.BickusllA Leo. Fairchild., ast'week.bas .a. private I
colony :was'the"guest of Arthur Spare 'Fort Worth-$50,000 machinery
.
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line of Clothing and family"Tuesday. She is a pbas- -. company; $10,000 lumber ,company; his m'.nd.! school '.here. I BLENDShave

1i prominent wholesale gro- ant little lady and'' if she could talk Boon to Housekeepers. $l ,OOO manufacturing company. Mrs. McCuliough visitedrelatives-
ic4L9ll. English better she 'would make some. Brownsville-Sugar refinery. !I W 're ready at any time, to in Fensacola last'week.. j
cer.. of the promoters hair curl. McDowell-Saw milL I IHaskell take .th m'of his Mind and put Mr. Will Wiggins and family have;
""?" theni his Feet. moved on the.UJurham place east of
on- !
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advertise -$20,000! lumber A trial
equal.
"You ought? : to them.: com-: no
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A. Thousand' 'Dollar's Worth of Good. ,.' lown.
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pany. : ,
,.
!f1f! Tilts la a Kuppenhelmer suit I ""1 have ben: afflicted with kidney Houston--flOO',000 oil and"" gas. company -:;,(j ,' -----.: Rev. .John Back* preached last Sun- will convince the con

have on, and it's 'the only ..line and bladder l1ble-_ for years. passing I' ; $40,000"coal company." j i I ,Ours are Shoes of atisfac' day will preach'morning the and coming evening.Sunday.Rev. Hix i noisseur that we
gravel or stones with : El Piso ,
excrucaUngpain ; 1 1T'e $15,000 implement works; tion..
ii of ready to wear clothing from ,""says A. H.. Thurnes, a wellknown'coaloperator" $25,000 hardware company j j"Virginia. I! Patent Kid and"Colt, Vci: ,GunMetal who Little has Miss been Lilly Malting Bell her McKinnon cousin, make no extravagant

r1fr which I have ever: been able to. of Buffalo 0. "I i iBerkley Calf, etc. :Made on new Miss Rebecca BeahI.for "sometime returned claims.
got norelleflrom medicine until I -
ryI: get a proper fit, and I have tried b. most improve method to free a house -Cement plant. lasts-Lace, 'Button or Bluchers. to her home in the city last
gan taking Foley'sKidney Cure then
fit 1zge or small roaches SII to 1181tb.eeontenta Portmouth$50ij0 lumber com Shoes $3.00 $3.50, $4.00r $5.00. Saturday accompanied by her uncle
{ all of the advertised lines in the result was' surprising. A few o't1.e." M Shake ct "reterman'.Roach J'0Q4" as sue pany. All widths and sIzes: 13ea1. -: *- and RetailGROCERS
It Mr. Wholesale
doses started ,the brick-dust-like sub. on joint* so .some of it will
It1-1 the city." : penetrAte and remain to keep the pr..m lt s Eoiffolk$10,000 machinery company j Miss DeTpha! Fine) .!and Miss Nina
stance and now I have no'pain across continuously tree .
Boac.ee f'al it all food' i1s ; $50,000 land con::pany.'Chatham j the aftnoon Sunday
epent
the
kidneys'and'I feel jlke-a most destructi're remedy on this earth ::: //Stolth -
my '
new man. to ''iIce factory. I I
There are a great many others then. and it will eoM-e Basle WbUeMr. .
not
scatter.them to in sir, at and with -Mrs.
time
It '" wnerBEDBUGSPetermaigKaeoTery" ,
has dobe'fneilOOO worth of good. l.t' West Pofat any -
to
live and -$20,000 ice factor/
$4rMl who. have told. us .the same Foley's Kldmey 'Cure ,will cure every multiply. (nuick- Roanoke-\ = $15,000 improvement I ,we'! take'great pleasure in assisting .- Chas.. Beau- of "'Pensacola' Is

r have form of kidney or bladder disease. W. 8iler-Bedkuft) tike it company;' $50,000 lumber and' mining! you to settle the Spring; visiting! relatives h re. all kinds of Feed
sine and
thing they
11 an opportunlty A. up in the curculafon Shoe' question. :Mr. Coffman! and tamlly, of Ten ,
D'Alemberte druggist! and apothe-- when company $25,000 lumber
going
over where company
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hve purchased th.5 property
1 of seeing line nessee Stuffs.'Pluto
our spring It is brushed .
I cary. on lightly. Norfolk-$5000! contracting company -
-Jenkins and
known as the DR place
It'8tILV&Ifl&bp ltbrusedon !
; and we are anxious to have you I bad .>yh.i apart and : are movitfg"on _same,'today.Sr. ,
; on bac\ottct1liet t 'Wise-$15,000. coal and coke Boston .
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/ Smith
Mr.
'droveto
? '4i call and express your opinion.! $100,00 REWARD not mOu1 russ.cr.flarjnmrni-1ngs, .eta. :'if will pany. com'j' Quin1ettete.. Yonkeyand. ; _J. ,
WaterWholesale
; J100.0Q .r ,wafd will be 'paid for the less and notpoiouous.tare or"be y4
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arrest a1)d .@elyeri! to' the, sheriff '' Weston700.000 tile factory. visiting hereldest son and
of Petcrman's r.i" K>Tery" (Hquid) fiexftJe! have been
Walton. Qou.n.ty., one Charlie, Renols. ssitejpsfe' ;--11-.eta" Odell' Saw mill, family at' Quintette/:-turned to their

a negro. H s rjpt'.on: : Height 5 feet "Peterman' An Food"-A. Hinton $25,000 coal' and land. Shoe Store home lnL.oillSviUe: ; Ky.'yesterday.. and RetaiL

10 or U Ines: ; weight about 160 or 10 kill and driTeawI1 ant .alec Itranr water POWder beeti."Peterman'i company. I ". ,
zi ; H. 0. ANCON 170 poundst.brjjht mulatto with med or bl ack beetles!Bat-*in one night! ; rs iCSiarldston-$100,000. oil and, gas NOTICE: !
K011le Joot''mab.
company. .
rata
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ium. Jarse. Has
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? scar on upper N'mica wild:they will Jeayl' p4 not return. lumber hre-'Win be a regular Co
Alderson-$ioO,00&> corn- ?
Up to th.e.rsftt| Tke no'other, New Orleans Grocery
nose and when last as : )lit
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CASH CLOTHIER seen he ware a blue faded'jumper ImportaDHhlnmolle .. nq' -pore_' company; $25,000 lumber company. The House of! Good meeUpgof MtHoreb R.
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Originated in Ifc7' Perfect 1908 Charle.stown--SO.090 water works. ,A.cC..N9.6.on.Yondarevening.
by
.;: OYeralls; veny cap, anew pair of No. Wm retennaft Mr,:Chemiet, : .
9th lust.
: Comer Palifoi iad tJiio. S fine sharp*toed London Ee,.. : pany. Shoes 7SO; p, :m. Jas. McHugh ,
be.p liLbI J. A. RIdibourg & Co., ... Hontrul.P.Q: I .
Boldly .
to
drugsists PessaSola -
and ]Rrnk burg-$25OOO planing iUcom1Jan W. E. "DER80N.
_i____ ,Crestyl wZPla.ii. jthronghout the United: Stt v > Proprietor*
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