The Pensacola journal
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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 8, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Of Liquid Fire Course in 01 : I 7 ..$ $MitHH
; Surprising of RussiamConstitutional '
ti TYPHOID FEVERIN Strength Anthr cite Field .Finds MineWorkers I. Strongly Intimated that Eastern
All I Directions f from Blazing I : CITY OF PITTSBURG WARSHIPS ARE NOT 'i1..,..

Crater. ** By Associated'- Press.; w: Democrats S r FEVER[ [ '; Staunchly Supporting <-T, .NEEDED- IN CHINA Mf R Capitalists Have Option on Pen'

Pittsburg, April 7.r-Seventy-: ,Causes Consternation. ,Pres't.t Mitchell By Associated ;Press. i.. sacola Electric TerrninalCo.t .
more cases of typhoid fever f Washington, April 7.-That 1
were reported to the board of 't warships are not needed in Chi3

LAVA IS RESISTLESS health today. This is the r 1 ISSUE BETWEEN REACTION ,-ANDREFORM Physicians Agree( that t Patient is OPERATORS WILL COUNTER ,. & nese waters at this time to preserve %
$ greatest number; recorded in MAKE peace is indicated in a 3 t Stated Deal Will Soon Be SUCCESSPRESIDENT -

& any one day.: in'the past nine. '":, UNEXPECTEDLY PRECl. Suffering from BronchialPneumonia PROPOSITION TO ARBITRATION I & cable message received at the 3,

years and is causing much -IS;!Ii navy department, saying the 3 fully Consummated
Shocks Felt Fifteen # alarm. In the past four daysthere PITATED BY WITTE-rATTEMPT PROPOSAL OF MINERS ,. battleships Ohio and Wiscon-
Earthquake ,
have been 245 cases and ,' !''I i TO THWART PEOPLE'S WILL MINES IN PITTSBURG sin and the gunboat Concord, 3, -
since January 1 the total has r I which have been at Shanghai 3

Miles From r Mountain. % reached 1,312 cases.CAMBRIDGE ki: WOUL'D' BE FATAL 'I DR. ,WHITE, OF MARINE HOSPITAL 'DISTRICT WILL BE WORKING for several weeks, left that f; NORTHUP ACKNOWU

i port yesterday for Kobe,Japan.. <% ;EDGES THAT PARTY OF EAST.

By Associated Press VARDAMAN THAT CASE WA S .
WINS has :been created in government circles UNDOUBTEDLY: ONE OF YELLOW -I By Associated Press
LOSS CAUSED BY 'ERUPTIONPALL by the surprising strength developed -; ? f 'J>hil 'elphra, April 7.-The end ol f GREETED MADE AN INVENTORY-THE
by the constitutional democrats JACK-PHYSICIANS CON:jibe first week of idleness in the anthracite
in the elections, which may have immediate CUR IN DIAGNOSIS. coal region finds f the mineworkers AT SAN ANTONIO

HOVERS OVER SCENE AND '. I j and dramatic consequences.i Mitchell.staunch in support of President BE $735,000. F FIt
By AssocIated Press ( The issue between reaction and reform -
MAKES BREATHING DIFFICULT. London, .April 7.-The sixty-third. which has been hanging In the Reports from all sections of the By Associated Press
I Associated-Press.. bard coal field to
By are the effect that
balance, was unexpectedly Ban Antonio April .
annual Iboat precipitat-i John Alexander

Oxford and 'Cambridge crew )representing was ed by Premier Witte. The election Jackson, Miss., April I, '7.- Governor tion.tber.a, is little' change in the situa Dowie arrived here this afternoon was stated yesterday that negotiations

By Associated Press rowed today over the' usual course,neatly strengthened the premier's' Vtrdaman to-day received' a letter.I Hundred of his followers received Mm were under way. for the disposal -

Vesuvius Is from Puttney to Man Lake on the hand in bis fight against the reaction-' ffom surgeon Whife; al New Orleans: OPERATORS WILL and the meeting was very impressive. of the Pensacola Electric Terminal
April "
Naples Thames, a distance ot'a little over, ists and he now feels strong enough stating, notwithstanding contrary reports The feeble old man tottered off the Company to a syndicate of New-
l colossal brazier. The town of Bos- four and a half miles, and was won I jto challenga General Trepoff and.llfin- PRpPOSAL steps of the Pullman car and was received York to
capitalists. According the Information
that of
Iat: ? ase,on the southern declivity, is, by Cambridge by three and half;,ister: of the Interior Durnovo and the a case yellow fever by his own people with bared I
lengths a entire reactionary: .cabal. isted at Kenner, La. Dr.. White ex-I !New York, :April 7. A conference heads. He is in apartments at the imparted to a Journal representative
a gray vista of ruined country covered an unexciting race. The t
j The result of the elections the of leading coal operators was held leading and : it is stated that the
tons of ashes. time was nineteen minutes and 2seconds. 4 has con- he .has seen patient and has no hotel declines to see any-I consideration -
by here this afternoon to consider the
I vinced the premier that the radicals doubt it is one of yellow fever. one. I involved is $735,000and{ that
Torrents of liquid fire are coursingin will Control the house arbitration proposal of the miners.) Dowie is fn feeble
and that ? health and
The Oxford men struggled gamely lo any seems a short option the has
was on property
all directions while a pall of sul' The session brief and at its!
the end but the work '. attempt to thwart the popular will, tobe, buoyed up only by the mental 1
phurous smoke, that hovers over all, was 'so pun IS conclusion it was announced that l'been lIven the syndicate.
as expressed by the ballot box 'would excitement of the present situation.
.that several collapsed the fin
makes breathing difficultThe I ish. The weather ancPwater at condi 1tions I be a fatal blunder 'on the part of the NOT YELLOW FEVER Jihe operators the will meet again on, He expresses confidence that he will]II I President W. H. Northup of the ter-
Monday prior to. joint session with
streams of lava are resistless.
governmentuouScoNsIDRED. the victor in the J minal
were perfect j'be Zioq City contro I company was seen in reference
'' New Orleans t7-Referring the union' leaders.
They snap like pip 3 stems, trunks of April versy. ,
chestnuts hundreds of years 40ld,] t7 Dr. White's report Ta Gavernor That the operators will have 'some He will in I to the report: Mr. Northup acknowl-
spend Sunday
blight the !blooms on peach trees be SIXTEEN BODIES Vardaman pr yellow vr ,at Ken- sort ofa counter plan for the arbitration this city. i edged that ,a number of eastern capitalists

fore the trees themselves have been ter President Iron the Stat e;' propose by President Mitchell] j I I had been in Pensacola and had
reached raze the homes of peasantsand Board of Health, saidr the report: is generally believed but no intima'P"ICE ON HEADS r I
dash into wells as though seekingto TAKEN FROM MINE: POST OFFICE BILL eached him :Sunday pf a' suspect tion of its character can be had. made an examination of the equipment
Kenner'The and taken an inventory of the
slake their,thirst then continue case at cases: was seen ;
their course 'down the mountain. C by Dr. White and.]} ,? qrput", of Jthe AGREEMENT SIGNED IN Or ENGINEERS entire property. He acknowledged

Everywhere'pitiful scenes are witnessed By Associated Press Marine Hospital Service. Dr. Iron. PITTSBURG DISTRICT that he thought that their intentionwas
; women are tearing their hair By Associated Press" Washington, April 7.-Tlie house" :; !j:selected a ".committee ;.of experts a'n
S to make offer for the
and old men- are crying aloud at the Lens, Prance' \tApril 7.-' Sixteen i did not indulge itself in the usual Sat-:; who made a thorough; j,investigation i 'Pittsburg, April President, By Associated. Press property -
.more bodies were brought from th reached the conclusion Frank Feeham of' the United Miner but the head of the corporation
up ;
loss of their: homesteads, while in II urday half holiday tout continued the 1.and' unan ous Paris April 7.Galois today says the
striking contrast,lies the sapphire colored : mines at Courrieres"today.., Anothergiving consideration of the postoffice approipriation :-: the caSe was one ,of bronchia!district organizationn, "announced': this striking miners are reported to have[.made no announcement of an offer
Mediterranean and the island ofCapri. horse was. found but. no more 4:i bilL: In the latitude 'allowed; pneumonia. It this Ds. Iron con: afternoon that from the number of placed a price on' the heads of en'gl-: being 'made.When .
., living men... The indignation, of the!, in debate 'the discussion took on a i; curred. *, __ j sgnatures'to'' the agreement received neers 'of the Courrieres mines, where
population against the mine!; 'I ''President IrorTm the t9.I noon' topar.in producingfullynmetT : told that the report. concerning -
The statue of St. Anne, which was wide ,range, _almost every subject'nawbefore '. a difpatehrto: ; up the recent 'disaster occurred and designated
mint and ''enkineers..i&.1n, : ;. [- the ] Memphis J 'Ys-'St"JmI1 i,sitiyelr" :; percent: ,of th .ionnage.of' those who, the sale of the property had a
mountain people are
taken to the suRrto'confrontthe < being referred to. ; ; tq asassjiiate:
'denied the existend'a of yellow fever;' the' Pittsburg" district:will .hein, The ["consideration of over'i70 )
lava is frequently; moved backward : ';' .. them., engineers have been ,warned : ;;00 'fnvolv-
JAY.GO U LD WINS ELTND' Louisiana.. President of operation Monday.
I Kohnke
Is the.tide advances. THE f WRiS,. ()O E ., I and have adopted extreme pre led, air. Northup remarked: "There
TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIP the New Orleans city Board of 1 cautions.
Considerable: apprehension is felt PARTY AT SAVANNAHBy Health demanded from the same Board. '.of Health Session. is.one thing certain, such a sum can
because'of the earthquake shocks are Associated the of its information. buy the
By Press paper source The regular meeting of the board1ol property
growing stronger and are felt even 'at New York April .-Jay Gould, Associated Press.I RUSSIAN From
health will take .place Monday at OFFICIAL Mr. Northup stated prao
Castellammare; fifteen"miles away. representing the Tuxedo' Racquet and I Savannah, April 7.-Mrs: Rodsevelt EIGHT LIVES LOST WBURLINGTON, noon at the 'city hall. Several im- tidally all the stock of the Pensacola
Each shock is accompanied by deep Tennis Club, won the national court [' and party landed. here from they 'WRECKMissoula T/ortant matters : are scheduled to
and prolonged detonations. tennis championship title to-day b Mayflower to-day They lefts this Mont., April 7.-; wreck come up before the ,oard.;( and the;,: KILLED BY BOMB Terminal Company is owned by Bal
Ottajano at the northeast foot of defeating Charles E. Sands. Gould: afternoon for Washington is'i reported pa the, Billings Divisionof successful applicants! in the recent timore parties, and the local stockholders
the mountain is threatened and the who is only seventeen.years of.age the Burlington road in which sanitary examination will probablyfoe were asked to take

peoph are beginning to desert the won from Sands 'in three straight NEW HUNGARIAN .' eight liven are said to have been made known. By Associated Press stock merely for the purpose .

town. sets. CABINET FORMED I lost. Tver, Russia, April Governor of having Pensacola
--.- .. .. Northup Postoffice. Sleptzoff of the Province of Tver,was
Will Convene Monday. assassinated the street on the board of directors. Of
By Associated Press. on this afternoon -
INSPECTORS AND CLERKS Vienna April 7.-After innumerable .. '!"A' meetin'g of the board of public the e The dummy new line postoffice has been, Northup opened for on by the explosion of a bomb. The the seven directors of the company,

conferences today: the new;'Hun works is scheduled to take place business. Mail will be sent from 'body of the governor, who was in a four are local men and the other three
garian cabinet was finally constitut- 'afternoon at 5:30 o'clock at ,carriage was terribly mutilated
Monday andthe
I Pensacola twice daily, at 7 a. m. and reside in the Maryland city. :Mr.
ed. The appointment of Dr. Alex :the city hall. Only routine businessit 12:40 p. m. Thomas Harris! has been coachman was seriously injured.
ARE NAMED FOR PRIMARY Avekerle, as premier, was .confirmed. : is 'understood will be consictered.: commissioned postmaster. The assassin, who is a very young Northup can hold a directors meeting-
I man, was arrested. I here whenever he desires, but to hold

a meeting in Baltimore the presenceof
himself or one of the other Pensa
compensation :received' by such ofii-| MAY POSTPONE
Resignation of W C, Jones a cials was not commensurate with: their cola quorum.directors is necessary to make a

responsibility. The. situation and that

Secretary of Executive Committee the amount assessed is,,.necess ry to' HAGUE MEETINGBy The Journal's informant stated that he
guarantee the expense of the primarywas had every reason to believe that the

Accepted. explained to Mr., Tippin and .he Associated Press. deal for the sale of the street railway
withdrew his objections.Inspectors ; .
and Clerks Washington, April 7.-The state de-. property would be consummated within -

The selection of inspectors; and I partment. has suggested, to the Russian -, the next week or ten days.

EVERYTHING IN' READINESS FOR clerks of the primary was declared l; government, through Ambassador I
a k Rosen, that the date fixed
in the
in order and the following were
THE HOLDING 1 OF: THE DEMOCRATIC selected: early part of next July for the convening NEWRAILROADFORBIRMINGIIAN

W. 'Cherry,-.Will-Rich, J. of the second Hague confer-
: ', 4' ence will be inconvenient to the United .
V Goldback,,
F. Richards, inspectors; A States
and to other
countries in
No. 2- 10yd Athy' H.: C; Miller, J. JI I t1 this continent. and also to the United

MEETING AND EXPRESSED F. Helton, inspectors;. Joe White, States, on account of the Red Cross By Associated Press
convention at Geneva, Switzerland.No .
SATISFACTION WITH ARRANGE clerk. I other date Nashville, April 7.-The secretary
No. 3-w: ;W.: Kirky;' W. Fell, E. was suggested. of state today granted a charter to the

MENTS. G. Brewton,l specto Jj; .0.. ,A. Morrill, ,
clerk. Orange Tree in Bloom.F. Louisville! South Fittsburg and Birmingham -

No. 4--Jno, Lon'greeri, B. Padgett, E.. Brawner has an orange tree railroad company, incornor-
All arrangements for the county Will Briggs, inspectors; Chapman in his yard on North Hill which !is ate'd for the purpose of constructing a.

democratic primary which takes place Youzale. clerk. ; now' full of white blooms, and pre line from Louisville to Birmingham.The .

May 15 have ''been completed, and the No. 5-A. H. Daily, Wm; White, J. J.. sents a beautiful appearance. This company is capitalized at one
only thing: that now remains is for Sherby, inspectors. would seem to demonstrate that the hundred thousand dollars.
the voters to make nominations for No. 6-Tom Davison, S.tR.. ,Tait, -- 1is frosts of a few ,days ago- did no damage
the I to fruit in this part of the UNION CLERKS
respective offices. Alex McVoy, inspectors; OlUe: Jen I
The county democratic executive : I It country. MERCHANTS KEEPING OPEN
nings, clerk. .. 1 L LF 'W. A. Gahlenbeck wag down
committee -met last night at the courthouse No. 7;"'A. D. Nickelson; C.! Don '_c-t. : L:. ; ; yesj -
.: terday after being confined to his
J At meeting of Local Union
Reilly with Chairman Frank Ward, Burkley Hastings' inspectors, < s<. <, '> ;? > .:.i ,' -:,,_, J.' home for several days ,by a ruptured .International Clerks' Association last,
t -
presiding and pre Frank Gilly, clerk. :, "
:a his
: blood vessel in one .legs. I ,
cincts represented, except the -No. 8-Taylor Crabtree,. J. C. Taylor .:' :11- ,:", : ,; ,>-..- 4 i night it was unanimously agreed to
sixth and twelfth. The following Thos. Cisco, inspectors; 'C. P. ,. 0''' : '' ; Marriage Licensee allow all merchants who have signel
i 16 o'clock closing contracts with the
answered roll call either-in person or : ;
by Proctor, clerk. 'C', The following marriage licenses union, to remain open as late as desired -
: William 1 .
proxy Archie Benton, No. 9M. Sturdivant, J.B. Huggins, '
: issued during the past week by Easter Week. This organization
Archer, H.1':; Purcell Mack Josephproxy' P. M.
J. T. Fallirig'm, inspectors; Ft
,. County Judge Henry Bellinger: Is separate and distinct from
; A. C. Pierce '
Tippln James
PritchetL clerk. i '" 'White-Allcery Ward and Miss the Clerk's Benevolent Association.
Proxy, W. A. Shelley M. T. McMillan, Rigley.Bufges ''Bryars, ,,
No. 10-J,, T. ; i i'In Alice Strickland; Samuel E. Summer
Bud Proctor, N. J. 'Brewton. J. P."Ay B.. H.Bryars ... '
Wesly Offarrels inspectors,' orrc.o1' '' and. :Mies Dora Kerns. KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS TO

F. W. a Williams, John Touart, clerk. .. Colored1-Remis Glenn and Caroline : CONDUCT INITIATIONS TODAY
B. RadclIff, James McHU' h, W. A. No. 11-nJ. W. Emons, Wl C.' Williams .19' ..., t '. '- l Robinson; Will Tyler and Alice
ton Dunham, \v. B. Huttbard' H. C. Clop- W L. Mims Inspectors; J. B. (;Y' ". Lavina Malvin; Albert F. Williams The members of the local council

M. o. Baggett, Charles Williams, Stewart, clerk;, f- .. J"tft and Oliva Russell; Henry .Moore and Knights! of Columbus and the members
Proxy, A J. Fillin'gtm, Mark McCur y.; No. 12-J.-A. Andrews,.R. P.-Reese, } i Ida Davis.; Oscar Searles and Bessie of the class which Is to b?

JW; ,. Long) proxy, James FInch, W. Watson, inspectors; Lee ''Daniel. !, ? Thomas; Henry Stillman and' Lucy initiated to-day will attend 9 o'clock
fi-Mayo, H. C. Killaai. I'Ed *; "" .. Moore. mass in a body at St. Michael

Chairman Reilly called attention to, No. 13 Thos. W. Kent,, Jas. C. : thurch t<>day. The members and

a) communication from Secretary W. Clark, Otto WDi4e( inspectors. ; .Julius i A Small Blaze. the recruits will march in a body
V: Jones wherein the official: tenderedresignation. Menko, clerk. '' Last night about 9:45'o'clock the from the hall of the council to the

hIs On motion the resig- No.14-Dixon Reed,J.S.JVJcGaiighey, : ,j '' fire department was called to extin- church and the procession will be
nation of Mr..Jones was accepted and .Abe Dan- \ .$: ", "' guish a blaze in a small residenceat about 200 strong. It will take'the
James O'Brien, inspectors!; ? ., ,-
F, B- Radcliff was 'unanimously. elected iels, clerk. r Wf'q .'' 'do ; ,,:: \ 1213 North Alcaniz street The entire day to conduct the Initiation

acting secretary. \ No. 15' -=-F. M. 'Vhlting.' Phil San- ,' ... w. '@ L'Y ; flames were in the kitchen and ceremonies.
The minutes: of the last meeting; ches, J. B. Dougherty, inspectors; J. <, r ; caught: from the stove. The fiire was
Mere read and the call of the commit Reira clerk \ .. a' quickly: subdued without serious toss Grand Lodge Meeting.
tee, both'of jE.I A number of members of Bar
which were approved. No 16 SidCloptonHiram.Sug' s, ; ." '::': J ,,
( :" No. 2505, Knights of Honor
At Moroccan Convention. Lodge,
this -
Juncture A. C. Tippin Jno.-Hoyt, '
reprEsenting W.: H. Kilbee, inspectors '
WI' < to-day and Monday for
-precinct ; < Algeciras April 7.-The Moroccan will leave
4 by objected I -- '- -
to the proxy ', clerk, .-- E' : '. 4 convention was signed thin afternoon Gainesville to attend the grand lodge

for commissioner.assessment against He stated candidate that 510 i No.. 17-Sid! Cjopton! Hiram Suggs,. 1TN CL IT ,DON'T SEEM., TO MB and the conference adjourned sin meeting which convenes thwt -.G*

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ruI m ifi' I THE BIG STORE lOc j Black Taffeta The:nor'usual a 'style I5c quality among. ; them not a that color THE BIG STORE

(Beautiful ,sheer goods, exact .
usual $1.25 -
r Silk:,&8c,the isn' good and new. Ths weaveis 0

opiea of 50, 75c an.d $U)0) patterns quality; a new yard for of the finest, and the quality! MILLINERY DEPARTMENTA fU
; that spUta.FASHIOI'ILABLE yon can tell the minute:you catch -
EASTER ; all new J90 designs;' everyone a fold in your fingers. We aren't full line of Trimmed Hats at all prices. Be sure and see our Cago N

Ua extra special 1 Monday, the yard 'l" than going, 15c to, say though it; is you worth can't ''get more it Bros._ & Jtipp's Readl-t< -Wear Hats before you leave the store. fj
iYi lOc. Sale b gins at 8:30.SILK ....- everywhere for as little as that. -N
Now is-the time to do your Easter shopping. COOL, AIRY- WOOL FABRICS: FOR EASTER WEAR.' N

With Easter but a week distant it's time for everyone FABRICS OPENING SALE! OF, CRILD. 38-inch Crepe de Par's! at 89c.! N
Jti1 Iy WEAR:
FOR EASTER 38-Jnch Grey Voiles from 50c to $1.00. -
Iu to think of New. Spring 'Clothes. We have everything For Your ,Easter Gown. REN'S FINE! READ WEAR Cream White Mohair from 60c to $1.25. Also.'a handsome line of light fll
t at 50, To' $1.00 and 150. N
black goods
When It comes to Silks -wesimplycan't Silk Organdies' beautiful White. Tucked Canvas Hats weight .
u; you require the choicest! Millinery, the best styles inN with embroidery edge at 75a ft
ibe beat. We have
sheer goods. the ideal fabric for .
,, White Tam-O'-fihanU Hats
tailored apparel, and all :the. fixings[ that complete'the the \finest *nd best IJne.of pat- evening:..wear. Many' fcandsome embroidery' crown and edge at WASH FABRICS SUITABLE FOR EASTER WEAR. N

8ru $1.25. \ .!Beautiful sheer goods. They comprise all of the new ideas in wash fabN
costume. to select from In the city
* $ terns designs to select from at 35 and Hats
L$1 I Pink and Blue Organdie rics for the smart dressers.
Pin stripes and small checks SOc Poke ''Bonnett at $1.50. ., ftft
_ rn -, .- U Paris Muslins from 50 to 85c. Mercerized Royal Lawn 35c to 60c.
at $1.00.
Tam-O'Shanta ,
( *" Shadow Silk Checks, colon,
from $1.00 up. Persian Eawns from 15c to 35c. White Dotted Swisses 10 to 35c.

(U : 00.. : 40-inch Silk; Downe at $U9.Ulabasant' Gas Blue,.$unlight,Pink, Cream Hats Sheered..with blue White ribbon Embroidery at 250. 72-Inch Organdie from 50c to $1.OO. A full line of colored Organdies at lOc Offt

(fU ;,. .tv. .' -. :. : : White at, 25c,theJard.A White Hats embroidered with India Union from 10-to 35c. Colored !Dotted Swiss at 15c,
; .(Silks at 139. 25c to 50c. Sheer colored Lawns at lOc.
of Matting ;. Nev/ *' .:. : -f < complete line of handsome ,ribbon: at $4.00. (French lawn from NAnd
Remnants arrival Crepe de'Chelne at 89c. Laces suitable, to go with these White Point de Esp??? Hats hundreds of others. Do yourEaster shopping at the Big Store and

ru at half price. Hand Bags, Shantong Silk at 75e up. goods. Also many new ideas ig ,with full lace Una and of ribbon French at '$3.50A HandMade --' save money ruN

- .. China and -Japs-'-at SOc.) parasols; suitable. for. Easter.- Be.k Caps, from SOC to IUD;: --- ftft
} Mi i Measuring from 5 Ribbons, Movie Sill?; Batiste, black and sure and see them before you also a complete line of child. -
'White only; at ?3.OQStrawberry, leive {lie" tore. ren's! (Parasols, from 60c up. ..READY TO WEAR SKIRTS. READY, TO 'WEAR WAISTS N

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J S. -Supreme- I Court f -decision and the Ice AND Cream NEAR R fORT .H HAS NOW BEEN

War to the Knife Has Been Declared injunction alleged to have been issued 5-1OAND25JSTORE

; I Between Wireless Telegraph by Chief Justice Fuller. Mr.
White therefore resolved upon dr.\s- PI PROVIDED
ii.V Concerns. tic measures and applied to the Postmaster SOCIAL ANNUAL EASTER SALE.At .
General for a fraud .order ....
4144 against those concerned on the It I,, .f J 1", this period of the year our thoughts turn more readily to the better
ground, as he put }n. that, they were
hingg about us.-All that makes for
; FRAUD ORDERS AGAINST MAR. epgaged. in "swindling! the public by At the home of 5th and 22nd 'Companies Coast An Elegantly Appointed Place at quicker[ to recognize in th's: Easter time than ordinarily.In and .honesty we ar
nipes; nUng the Suprema Court _
:CONI COMPANY HAVE- BEEN APPLIED W. T. REAGER announcing our Easter Sale, we feel constrained to remind you 01
tiy of the United States. He
was ac.companied. from Establishment of 1 > year's' standfp .
,by General H lL\C. Dun- Artillery Profiting the Undertaking ] our ten\ r straight-forward dealing.To
; : FOR ON GROUND THATtM approach tha hrgh values-for-price of all former
10th 13th our sales we shal.
U. S. A. (retired Washington avenue and street 11
woody ) the
: I
nc MUD & Wood. have to brin'g prices right down to the U lowest level for this sale.
iTS representative of the com P1pment. .
Tue Our sales extended
dar'.April10th. '. are over a sli-days period for your special conven
'TO DEFRAUD THE PURLic. pany.icalled on Postmaster: General. .. -. -, .J. -, .. r .<.. '-' ience." :This helps to scatter: the crowds; tout we suggest that you shop
Cortelyou: this morning said Mr. Music and Recitations For the:best ;part of an hour Thurs.\ Manager JohWofte1very! with us as early }tn the, morning as possible. _- .
: '' and undertaking firm of Northup &' Observe hOW l Jow: we are quoting indisputably 1 high values
White '
'and submitted to him the day night the quiet of the bay was ;Wood, has just completed some' improvements

(Washington, April 7.-War to th3 circulated misleading1 by advertisements the parti as which are but they utterly failed." "Hera is a 'broken' by the rattle of musketry ,; at 'their undertaking
J knife, and the knife to the hilt has .. complainedof. -continued when the four companies Coast !parlors on West Intendencia 'streetwhich'
; These appear under flaring captions check, he exhibiting the Easter Goods-The Summit
been declared by the American De and allege that: 'The De Forest same, "for $33,600 dated March 24, Artillery new in; camp aroun'd the big! are not only highly creditableto
taste but .
iPq ['orestWreIes Telegraph Company Wireless Telegraph Compaify, by a 1906, which I have Just received from guns at Fort Pickeas engaged in 'a*: bis enterprise and good .. .."
against the Marconi Wireless Telegraph I decision rendered by Chief Justice the Navy Department. the largest sham; fight. which constitute something long
? .Jt4r Company of America and the Fuller of the Supreme Court of the single contract aggregating $55,000. The &th 'and 22nd companies actingon .needed JPensacola of NoveltyChildren
brokers handling the stock of the United States, has been strictly en- That does not look as though the the defensive wer surprised ant.: Thimpr ,vement, referred to consists
latter company Abraham White, of joineoi: etc, I also showed the Post government feared 'we 'could not ;their ba.tterY'early taken by the of.new !furniture and equipmentby
-1 r.*, ; NewYork and St. Louis, president master General the letter from the keep our contracts." 15th': and 20th companies:acting; as 'a'' which the undertaking' parlors are to look Easter to
of the American De Forest Company can, beconverted into a neat chapel coming upon give
clerk of the Ut S. Supreme Court to la conclusion Mr.- White- said: landing force'marching up Santa '
,4krDi; has. applied to the Postoffice Department the effect that there was never a "Language is not strong enough to Bosa Island to assault battery' .CuVlorn. in which burial ,services can beheld them as many surprises as Christmas. Foreseeing
rLi: for fraud orders against the case of this kind decided by the Su characterize the conduct: of ,those who ;
1V4i Marconi Company, Munroe and Mun prema Court.. I further gave him a attempt to mislead the public by Some very useful lassona are. being If frequently happens when the a great demand, manufacturers have striven to reach
roe of New York and F. P. War &I few facts concerning the past history manufacturing a bogus opinion of the learned 'by the companies ..in.death of a stranger or of a person the summit 'Of Kress' have
Co.,: of New York Philadelphia and of the parties engaged in the stock- U. S. Supreme Court antf utilizingthe camp and the behavior of the troopsin without a family occurs, that the novelty. accordinglytaken
c4 elsewhere and Reall & Co.. of Philadelphia jobing operations of which this is same in stock-jobbing operations.I Thursday's engagement was ad funeral services are conducted at the their pick of every great novelty-making concern -
S, on the ground that the parIties but a part. ,Mr. Cortelyou sent iu to would not have asked the court tor mirable. Colonel Walter Howe was undertaking establishment. Heretofore
mentioned 'Were using the mails Assistant Attorney General for the contempt orders against them but in command the battery 'and the there has been no really proper in the world. Our prices keep pace.
r I to defraud the public by circulating Postoffice Department Russell P. was informed that the proper course attacking force was ably led by Captain arrangement for such cases and no
advertisements falsely stating that Goodwin before whom we laid our was to apply to the authorities in Pearce of the 20th company. conveniences for holding the service.Mr. Medium-size Cqtton Chicks and Wire Settees, assorted, 4 kinds,
itT en important decision had been rendered -case and who now has it under con New York, which I _will do. Meanwhile \ The troops will return to Barran.ca ., Wood has now arranged be so Ducks; white,and yellow, with with Chickens and other fov.1.. :'.
-J by the U. S. Supreme Court s:( eration. Courtesy to the Department I trust the Postoffice Depa.rt.ment on :Monday night and resume the that his display room can quickly *
qi? and an injunction had been granted: forbids that I should say more will prevent them from further ordinary routine of the post on "Tues-j converted into a, chapel. All the fancy wings. Very realistic. Handle Baskets assorted withRabbit
.IJ4 Against the De Forest Company in in this connection. using the mails to defraud tha pub- day morning. cabinets ana1 show cases are covered 8 for...........,i...... ...... 5c ,
'favor of the Marconi Company. Mr. I then called at the office of the lic. We will not cash the On the morning of the llth with heavy draperies which entirely and Chicks or
White was in the South when he clerk of the U_ S. Supreme Court to ment's check for $$3MO just yet. the 9tst company of coast artillery conceal them and add a rich effectto Large-size Cotton Chicks and Rooster and Chicks........... 5c
beard that an article had appeared in the room's furnishings.. The windows Ducks; same description..... 6c
' K surrender myself were there any or- but will use it as evidence and if will arrive from New Orleans and glass, 'a 11 straw Post Box,assorted colors 1.
a number of newspapers: to the effect der of arrest against ma. I was informed necessary I will personally add to it go into camp at Fort Pickens for are of sectional frosted Small Cotton Chicken flexible
S that Chief Justice Fuller haa' tss.ued there was none and that no enough to make $100,000 which we their_annuaHarget practice. after the conventional chapel style. ; ,with Chicken large Duck,
: an injunction against his company such case as described in the advertisements -are willing to spend to run.. the I the floor, is covered with heavy linoleum wings,white} and yellow. 2 for 5c Dove,Rabbit and candy box.. tOeCotton'
end had signed an order for his arrest had ever been before the schemers to earth." and rugs and chairs for fifty
white with white silk
for contempt of court He immediately court I also learned here that Mr. White and fancy Vest, the newthings. people are provided. Dove, Brown Rabbits. with carrots. S

t tJ came to ,Washington wherehe ''McKeaney had denied to all who inquired $1.00 to $2.50 each. H. 0. With this improvement which, as back and fancy dip wings andtail positions...... ...... ,........ Wc
wrote to Mr. (James II. McKenney that there had ever been sucha Soothes itching skin. Heals cutsor Anson. noted abQYa. .ha,? long been needed in ,.,................-........ 5eLarg
1 clerk of the U. S. Supreme Court, case or such a decision.: burns witnout ft scar. Cures eczema ip-ensacola, Manager Wood has one of Nodding.HeadRabbitsandChickslOCe
1i4 etking if there had been any injunc. To Enjoin Marconi Co. salt rheum, any itching. Doan's the most complete and elegantly appointed whltesitting Cotton R a bb'It. ;
1k tion issued or whether "an order of Continuing Mr. White said: "I am Ointment. Your, druggist sells It. undertaking establishments with carrot !in fore-paws 5c ;and lOc Rabbit with rider. 6 assorted shies lOc
arrest for me personally has been issued going to New York to apear 'before Goods of Quality in the whole south and he takes a
Duck with long neck and big wing Paper Eggs all colors, some with
by Chief Justice Fuller for contempt the court where an appointment has very pardonable! pride in the fact that
PtTh in fallIng to apear in the been arranged by our counsel to apply BEARD WILL BEGIN there is no modern convenience or for an d 1...... ..,.,.......... 5c. tur es.. ............. ScandlOc
action alleged." for a restraining order and a equ'ipment/ in connection with his
No Case in Court. permanent injunction against the ACTIVE CANVASS Is the kind 'profession which U not now a partof Baskets-Unusual Value
_t 'Clerk MeKenney replied that "no Marconi Company and its brokers to his establishment here._ I Fancy
case between the Marconi Wireless prevent them from publishing as ad- Don't ask us to show you anything more artistic than this line.
Telegraph Company of America and vertisements or circulating any literature We SellThe MONDAY WE WILL SELL 10 We couldn't. Nobody could for the price. A complete assortmentof
the American De Forest Wireless containing false statements DATES AND PLACES: WHERE YARDS SCOTCH LAWN AT 25c.
Telegraph Company haa ever been concerning the U, S. Supreme Court.I NO QNB-.QVER; '10 YARDS. SOLD regular and fancy shapes for fruits, flowers. candies and a dozen
il't decided by this court. nor is there shall also seek; tQ have them indict CANDIDATE FOR STATE purity! of our goods Is FROM.'S' TOIt AND 2 ':JO. 4', other purposes..
!t such a.: case now tlendlng'n the "d by the grandr jury as' common SENATE guarnf : la O'CLOCK., ', Broad ,and Narrow Block splint high I Fancy Round,Twisted Handles; straw,
!j. docket of this court." Notwithstanding swindlers. They claim they have !Promptness *. ,F. E. BRAWNER. hand Baskets; oblong. ,. ? va- willow and chip. Straw braid,assort
colors 5 find o .
this authoritative satement of government contracts, while I have i PEOPLE, ., .-. attending to orders always Oral negated,R und,Helmet'an4: Canoe-shaped C ed colors,small sizes, &. toe:
: 1 Clerk MeKenney of the U. S. Supreme -it on, authority of officers ot the government ( shown. Let us save you mon You pant' get along without a nice Fwwer Baskets. Fme,artIs. Large sizes
Court that no such- suit had that they have none. I presume foods. pairTof Oxfords.JOur '3.50 'lIne is tic.as1orted.hipeund colors 5 and tOe HinoVe Cover Baskets;chip braid effect
ey on Fancy Round Green Bamboo Baskets. 1
iii4 ever been decided by thafeourt, ad they thought they would scare madeup: .of all styles and all leathers. uttt flax Handles.} Very fine sEraw. tOe in edredandblue colors. Round fancy, .straw.;assort. .' IOC
vertisements appeared in a number the government with their false reports John, S., ,Beard cana5date: 1 for the H.0..Anson; ,
f4- of newspapers _citing the alleged U; of,Supreme Court'injunction, nomination th' State Senate in the Send. Trial Order. : Decorated Plates

* I _. ,. Democratic primary.,called to be held RESULTS INFiELD I '
fi ; - May 15th, together with other S1>eak- To' save a little on-everything' MEET OF STUDENTS 111 got double value for at Kress'. Yours
I my money
era. will address the
people of Es- that goes on your ta.bled "
f-1. cambfy cotmty upon' the political is- in some cases to secure better In the report-of the field meet.at truly, A CUSTO IER.
Peculiarto Itself sues times of the day at the .following goods-is.a forn of:thrift Kupfrian's park, between High School This is a statement every buyer will willingly make after he's
and places:
students and students representing bought the}: following: ,
Roberts Monday njght. April 16. which appeals to a good
many Public School No. 2, which was made Fruits comports oatmeals,bread and butter plates,coupe plates,
9g In combination and Century, Tuesday night, April 17. '
! proportion process Hood's Sarsaparilla.is people who are !after the custom representative the schools
by' a : rim high fancy creams low ,
:flPensacola. (EseamWa Hotel), I platest plain creams, spooners
therefore Peculiar to Itself in, merit. : sales and .cures. Thursday night ,April 19. of all people who are so ..were record a is number as-follows of erers. The correct'j all with fancy irregular edges and delicate rose border decorations

> Molino. Friday night, April 20. minded. : each IOC
%fz It is made from the best blood-purifying, alterative and, Bluff Springsvday time April 21. 50-yd dash: Barrow.. H. S.. first; ,

tonic ingredients by such original and peculiar methods as to Muscogee Monday; night,. April 2$. Pine, No. 2, second;j Coleman. H. S., Pure, Candies Because \0 Rubber Toys Everything
McKinnonTille Tuesday, daytime, .. I third. that bounces: ,
t4 retain the full medicinal value of each all aeUmorethan,
and April 24.Brent's. 4fO yard run: Barrow H. S., first; rattles or amuses the young in any
A The severest forms of scrofula, ?alt rheum, catarrh, rheumatism .. Thurstda/ night! April_2 Holland No. 2, second; Fairchild H. one pounds z year we can give way Rattles, teething rings, rubber,
Myrtle Grove,,. ,Friday night April The S.,:tMrd. fresh,pure candy for one-third of the dolls _some with knitted jackets,
dyspepsia and debility are cured every day byHood's New City 20 yard dash: Stout H. S., first; price asked by tores that sell only a tongue baHs,-squeeze them and the,
27.Ferry Pass, Tuesday, toy: time, Watson. No. 2, second; Barrow, H. S:..I few poundaday. tongue sUcks out. Jiggers, everything -.
May 1. third. that will make the babies-f Q/i
?** Sarsaparilla Chocolate Drops and Fudge (Chocolate and .
amivlew Thursday night; May 3. This gave Capt Barrow 15 points, Vanilla flavors) sold in ordinary happy
McDavid Friday night. May 4. Grocery Co. or;:sis points more than any contestant stores at25c.andS5c.apound- lOc Jointed Dolls A. wealth of entu

f '1T Sold by druggists everywhere. Buy it today. Nix's Precinct,:.. Tuesday. night. MayO -on either team. I Chocolates and varieties and with Bon-Bons fruit, assorted and flavors dol1sforchi1dlen. UnusuaJquality.tamment: in these

r T : i SPKCLU. To meet the wishes of those wko prefer medicine in tablet form we an *Beulai: Thursday ngt4ay 10. -W .'doa't promise.you_ the earth for i. nuts .. .. .- 20c SJde---'e "'1 ad C1.'eodhlojoid.. IOe ,'
BOW putting UP Hood's Sarapuilla la thocolat -coated tablets as vet as la the usual Pensacola (Seville Square Friday aT; dollar! but we do promise to 'save ;paiAte soes kigi.tLRSS'WINDOW5"
-4)t; 4qnid! form. reducing Hood's Sarsaparilla to .. Cor 10th Ave. and ((4th St. '
( By a sU4 extract ve ba retained to the night May 11. you at least ten per cent on every dolJar's -
[ tablets the curative properties of every medicinal ingredient. 'Ping Barren, Saturday, : {'night May I worth you buy of us under our fWAT.CU
Sold druggists. or sent by mail. 100 doses one dollar. C.:L Hood Co., Lowell, Mass 1:. PHONE 223 j. cash: -s sfem. H. O. Anson. _

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pital authorities having refused The ... .
INC sum of !5,000 offered for'it -
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medical celebrity. ,It Is an absolutely r .
perfect model,of the ..
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tremity'of the body, showing every :\ ::.- t'/ ; (; .' ; .:'., .:.. '

muscle gland vein, ,nerve and artery.'
CLERKS ARE" ,It took Joseph Towne, a clever demonstrator T I :' '..:. SPECIAL ....' \ ', __' ..-- _-: _
at Guy's,.-fully two year' to d"t.. } -..- '
make it, but with him in 1879 also died -"t.) .-- .- > .
the secret of the .. .
process by whlchflie: 't
wonderful construction of the ', .- .
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body was reproduced in wax with such '

marvelous fidelity.-London Standard.A I

(Continued1 from 'First Page) PUZZLING FEAT. as e'r a e

W. H. Kilbee,'. inspectors;' Jno.. L. die Wonderful Cora Growing Made ,
Hoyt, clerk. of the Zuni Indian.

Ll No. 18-J. W. Bowman. J. A. Wil The medicine 'men among the Zuni
hams, W. J. Brewton, inspectors; T.
Indians perform a feat at the annual .
J. Cushion' Clerk.
M No. 19-W. B. 'Miller. A. B. Fillin. "corn festival" which surpasses ,the OFREADYTOWEARWaists

gim, F. M. Wood, Inspectors!.:. A. J.. famous mango growing. trick of the
This is Ue time for new' Fillingim clerk. Hindoo. Many scientists have been

Spring Waistcoats to burst into No. 20-W. M. MCCurdy, M. F. Mor- present to witness this strange ceremony -

b'oom. tain, BUI: Newberry, inspectors; Mack but have never been able to '

MoCurdy clerk. fathom the mystery of it. Skirts and Suit&
The Fancy Vest is Just as No. 21-Preston Pierce, M. E. Hen Iff front of the southern opening oft : ,

much a necessity now to a man's derson, R. ,T. Bradley, inspectors. ; C. e medicine
R. Vaughn, clerk. lodge a large square of "
dress as a coat, and the style clean yellow sand, carefully smoothedand I .
No. 22-HEV A. Mayo, E. N. Jernigan, '';
for business, for day-affairs and J. H. King inspectors; ,W T, Mayo' packed, is spread. With a ceremonial .
for evening dress is new. and clerk. arrow figures representing .the

varied.No No. 23-H. C. Kellam, :D. W. Bow, Great Spirit:, the earth, sun, sky and '
man,.W. J. Kumams, inspectors; R. J. rain are drawn. There are also the > THIS WILL BE THE THIRD WEEK
potted plant can't beat our Seymour, clerk. / symbols of the corn and a bountiful : ,

Vests for gorgeous bloom-$2 to Approved by all. harvest The, indentations made by the
Chairman Reilly said that the law; arrow are then fillet in with pigments,
$5.00. required that candidates be consulted blue.for the sky and clouds black_for ... of our...

concerning the appointments of the earth and chrome yellow for the

inspectors and clerks. Nearly all harvest. The middle of the square is
-_-UcTA11DARDThThfft candidates were present and each announced left vacant This picture in sand paint, -

their approvaL that ;the officials. met wIth'i ing is art.a most pleasing specimen of barbaric 30 Days' Bargain Sale

The polling place in precinct 4 was
The hour for the arrives
changed from Roberts Place to Bohe: '
MTWESEH and at the right moment the medicineman
mia McKinnonville.and in precinct 8 from Jenningsto comes forth from his lodge and and we will offer some record breaking Bargains in our Ready-to-Wear

There are seven Justice of the takes a seat in the opening of the .
districts in 'the county but vacancies peace lodge, facing the sand square. The department. The handsomest .line in the city to select '

exist in only' 1,2, 4, 5 and 7 and 'elections -, warriors and; chiefs arrange themselves .
WEDDING PRESENTS will not be held in 3 and 6. The around the square according -- from, and the greatest values of the season.

CutGlass and Sterling SilverwareW. districts as constituted at present rank. The certaonlal pipe is then fined ,
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A. Gahlen'beck. 218 S. Palafox,SL with the different precincts are as and lighted, and the- medicine, man .... n
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follows: : blows one puff in each direction of the .;:

TURTON & BELL First-First and third precincts. compass and two to the' heavens. 'He Skirt
f for the Week Special Special Bargains.
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. lScond-&cond. twelfth, ,thirteenth, then makes an address, going over the Bargains
and fifteenth precincts. past'history'of the tribe and the kindness i
Kodak Supplies.! Finishing for Amateurs. Third-Fourth, fifth,: .sixth. seven, $7.50 White of the Great ,and his ...
Spirit care.
circular Skirt trimmed with
teenth twenty-first. : 'Batiste Waists trimmed hand '
He concludes with a' prayer for the lace self 'folds, and tucks a very
Fourth-seventh thread
eighth, nineteenth. somely in round Monday Bargains.
R. K.
WHITE. Fifth-Eleventh, eighteenth. continuance of this favor. new separable sleeves, very stylish skirt, special price.$11.90
Watchmaker Manufacturing Jeweler, and Graduate) 'Sixth N:.nth, twelfth twentieth The great moment has arrived. With dressy and stylish, special 510.00 Black Botany Panama Skirt

Optician,30 S. Palafox Street Peniacola. Fla. twenty-second, Twenty-third.' Impressive solemnity the medicine man price .. .. .. ._ '. .. ....$5.90 From 9 to 11 o'clock. box plaited front, trimmed with
Seventh=Tenth. sixteenth. thrusts the sacred arrow into the sand, '6.00 Chiffon Batiste Waists, trim self folds, a fine practical skirt
There being no further-business'' ( withdraws It and places a grain of corn med elaborately in lace tucks and a great bargain at$890
Tersely ToldThe fore the meeting- the committee ad-I Into the hole thus made. Carefully and medallions, very latest style I5c"White Dotted Swiss, 36 inches '$10.00 Black Mohair Sicilian Skirt, .

journed su'bject to the, .call of the smoothing the sand over it, he resumes ,separable sleeves, special. .$3.98 wide, special from 9 to 11, per tucked front and back and folds
chairman. $6.50 Chiffon Batiste Waists, trim- : .8!' a great value for.... .. .. .$7.49
maximum temperature .ya ter his seat while the assembled chiefs
lace tucks 10 yards good, stout Domeestie $UO Black Panama or Mohair Cici-
handsomely .in ,
day! was 70 degrees,' which -was n smoke their pipes in,stolid silence., If med 39c5c and button
lion Skirts tucked
Order Eastern .Star.t and embroidered front, a sup- for,
corded at 3 .The minimum was
p. m. Regular meeting' of:I the Great Spirit condescends to answer erb bargain at. : .. .. .$4.50 and Jc CalicoeS several styles, trimmed, finely stitched, a very
59 degrees. which was recorded a1 Florida Chapter No. 14,I the prayer of the medicine'manand $4.00 Sheer and Fine White Lawn special in Mill Ends per yard 3c special bargain at .. ....$5.99
a. mPalm : O. E. S. 8 o'clock p n he generally does-the corn will sprout Waist, fcuttoE>hole Embroidered 15c Fine Printed Lawns and Bat $6.00 Black Tailor Serge Skirts,

Sunday will be observed i:n If Tuesday, April 10th\ : and send up a shoot., After an interval front, tucks, and lace, a istes, special in Mill Ends pert slot seams. ;, very full, special
usual Michael's d of fifteen minutes the sand ..6yact value. . ... . . .$4.95
the manner at St. an The Degrees of the Order ... or twenty beauty fort,, ,j, ;0' . .$3.49 ,' yard. ..
St. Jospeh's churches to-day. Palm! t will be conferred. seems disturbed at the spot where the $3.OOr'White Lawn> Waists, trim 7 t "75c 'White'Lavo'll Shirt Waists $5.00 Black Circular Mohair Skirt

will be blessed and distributed jus t Visiting members 'are grain of corn was planted, and soon med in lace and emlbroidered % framed in lace or Embroidery, trimmed with self folds, stitched -

before services. cordially invited. I the slender green blades of the sprout- Medellions'a'E a Insertings, tucked '. 49c special . . . ..$3.49

Governor Broward has offered a reward MRS.: ELLA. BEYER.' W.. M. Ing com. are seen,above the surface. separable sleeves, a great '. '1.25 Hammock, strictly new, $4.00 Black or navy Sicilian Skirt,
i of $100 for the arrest and conviction MRS.' ALICE WILSON Sec.TOO The plant continues to grow rapidly value for.. ; .. .. '.. :\ .$2.25 special from 9 to 11 onlY! .85c flounce, a special leader for. .$255
'"Fine White Lawn Lace 25c. Drawn Work Dresser Scarfs, Blue Worsted Crash Skirts, plaited -
of the negro Jim. Ardis charged and naturally during the day, and by 52.50 with
54 inches long on extra Embroidery $2.50 value, special for. .$1.49
with killing Officer Burnham nea]r LATE'FOR CLASSIFICATION. :yoke: button-hole! embroidery
the next sunrise the silk and tassels
each ... .. 10c Duck Skirts to
the depot several weeks front a special bargain for this Cloth', special, One lot of Fancy ,
ago. _. WANTED.WANTED -, appear. By noon the stalls and ear sale. .c' ...' -u: i.5, . ...$t98 Finest 15c Edinboro Zephyr Ginghams go at. .. . .. .... 98c
Sheriff Van Pelt returned last nigh t Two cows with young have reached' full maturity and the $1.75 Fin White Lawn Waists, ,;:choice styles special for White Belfast Linen Skirts, the
from Mobile with a negro prisone r calves; one second hand buggy and; ripening begins. Finally the blades I lace front and "yoke, and fine this choicest line ever offered at

rained! Phillips Milton who was arrested one set single buggy harness. Answer and husks turn yellow and'rattle'when tucks, a'great'speciaf at ... .$1.19 10: yards Printed Lawn neat pat 'US' to. ... . .. . .$9.50
at that place charged wit!I "Quick," care Journal.. 8apr2t the wind shakes them.: All this, we I $1.50 Fine Sheer White Lawn terns to go for.. White Lawn and Linen Suits in
second larceny ,committed, .in thi:3 I 1 dozen Men's 75c Madras all the latest styles, styljsh-
must bear In mind, has been' done in Waists, beautifully trimmed in 100 very
city. HOSPITAL RELICS. 'L thirty-six hours. On the morning of the I embroidery or. lace! and tucking. Shirts, fresh, new styles, special ly and substantially made, ranging

Sheriff Van Pelt is a nice sort oj f second day the corn growing is com- a.very special bargain at.98c- 49o from $3.90 to .. .$12JO
fellow, but you don't want him to as, Odd Thing to Be Seen In a Gr..t plete. The medicine man now addresses 75c White Lawn Waists, tucked 5c and 7c White Torchon Laces These are positively the greatest
sume the management .of your bus] Eondon Eatabllihmeat. the watchers who In with lace of or"'embroidery 'trimming 0.\' and Insertings, special for this bargains ever shown in this city.

ness. And he will never enter you r If the reader can imagine the cure of have watched the company aspecial bargain. . Age .sale... . .. . . .3yac SILK SHIRT WAIST SUITS-A
with him plant ,
store, except as a customer, if yoi I every one of the 5,000,000 to 6,000,000 grow 200 yards best 12} c linen Russia choice line in all the popular color.
know how to advertise. persons living in London cf some ailment for it is never left alone. With appropriate r / -. Crash Toweling from 9 to 11 ings, ranging from $9.5to\ 522.50

W. A. D'Alemberte has in his sho,"r or disease he holds in his mind'seye ceremonies he symbolizes the only . . . .7 s47c c that cannot be matched elsewhere for
I harvest by stripping the ear from the White Goods Bargains. Twilled White Crash Toweling the price. -
window a live Belgium hare with a l a true picture ,of the vast work i
husks and the corn.in his bag . .
this sale.
i I special for .4yacK
done since its founds-
l lot of yo\ig ones which makes an attractive by Guy's hospital
for future use. The stalk is pulled up 100 pieces Sheer White India Linen lOc White India Linen sheer and
advertisement for axe tion. The south bubblo like
Hundred stop daily to look egg at th< another 'financial sea catastrophe ruined many I by the roots and hung over the door pf lOc value for this sale only .5c fine, special for this sale. .. .. .5c Silk i Bargains.FROM .

apparently happy family. the lodge.-New York Herald. 8c White Checked Nainsook; spe- 35c Bleached Table> (Damask ... 23c
but It enabled
thousands of citizens
cial only. .. . . . .5c THE BIG PEREMPTORY
The following Warrington young; Thomas Guy who sold his investments SALE OF ONE OF THE LEAD-
l laales have by their superior answer in the stock to the great advantage of Franklin the Cltlien. 100' pieces extra' 15c' White India Two trunks of Drummers' Samples ING SILK MILLS.
leg during the month of 'March, deserved other people as well as himself to Franklin was particular about the Linen; for this sale. ... '! 10o containing; Dresser Scarfs,
to have their. names entered found the institution which bears hisname way of doing' business. He was par One case of sheer and dainty Lunch Cloths, Center Paces, etc. See 20 pieces 40c( White Wash Jap
.. .. .
.. . .ZSc
Edna ticular about the in which he Dimities Silk, special.
on the rool of honor: Misses and to restore to health (down to way striped and check ; the special lines of fancy pieces at 3c,
Chaffin, K Hubbard, Bertha Lang made his When he first start. best 15c values for this sale. .10e 12c each.Bargain Best 50c Jap Silks, all colors, special
money. 5c, 9c,
Blanche Old the present time) over 6,000,000 human Cloth, in . . . . 39c
ley Lillian Lenard, ed his newspaper in Philadelphia! his 100 peces: English Long
aixon: antf Evelyn Robertson. beings. rival was Bradford who in addition twelve yard pieces, worth $1.25 50c Fancy Taffeta and Tailored
Among the many; curiosities exhibited I .. . 98c Dress Silks to go at. . 35c
Southern Hotel arrivals: W. T. H to publishing a paper was postmaster to go per piece for. Sale of Curtains
; in the famous museum at Guy's is a One lot 51.00and 51.39 Illuminated
One of 45 inch White Persian
Tapper, New York; Hampton D. Ewing general of the colonies. Bradford used case
Yonkers, N. Y.; F. B. Downs: ,, large piece of 'cardboard bearing the authority as postmaster general to Lawn, very sheer and fine; fancy Taffeta and Liberty
Augusta, Ga.; Charles P. Tyrell, remnants of thirty-five pocketknives, best 25c value; to go at. .15c 203:>> (Sample Nattingham and Swiss Silks, choice styles to go in this
: practically exclude ,Franklin's papers Curtains: just in, which we will offeron sale for.-- .69c
Syracuse, N. Y.; IL B. McAdos, Live which were swallowed by an American 15c' White Persian.Lawns, sheer '
Cak, Fla.; Jacob Schmidt, Summer sailor. His name was John Cummings, from the mail by forbidding the post I and fine; special. .. . .10c Monday at less than the agents 36-inch Pajoda Taffeta Silk, all
jjders to carry them. Franklin shortly colors, special. . . .59c
dale; 0. P. Durant, Mobile. Ala.; H and he was admitted to the hospital in Bradford 18c White Check Nainsook, assorted prices.: .
C. after succeeded as post. .. . 12c See the great bargains at 49c, 69c Black all silk Swiss Taffeta 36
Irvin, Jr., Atlanta, Ga;; Geo. J 1822. A small book containing'also checks only..
master general.. Here was the opportunity and 95c, $1.19, $1.49, $1.98, $2.49 and $2.98 inches wide for this week.89c
Williams Atlanta, Ga.; J. T. ,, the manuscript of the printed ,copy 25c White Wash Batiste
Crenrme) : Phil T. Goodwin, New the of this remarkable to build a monopoly and crush French Lawns, special. H 18c per pair. Best $1.50 36-inch Black Imperial
narrates particulars
Orleans, La.; Jas. M. Dickson. Boston his old rival, but the thought never A choice line of new White Mer- A great chance to buy Curtains Taffeta Silk, a great bargain at $1.19
Mass; Geo. W. Ward N. C. Me case, and it ,mar be perused by seems to have entered his head that cerized Waistings: and Suitingsat cheap. 40c 27-inch Japan Silk, black,
Cowan, City. the privileged visitor to Guy's.It the newspaper business'of the colonies special pricesfrom lOc to. 39c white and colors special bar

appears that Cummings during a belonged to him. He says( of Bradfordin A handsome line Of fine Sneer White gain.. .. .. ... .. .. 25c
spree ashore challenged the feats of a his attempt to :crush Franklin's Lawns, Batistes and Organdies Bargains in Hammocks.

E. L. REESE J. MENDEL conjuror who bad made a pretense of 'newspaper, "t thought so meanly of for confirmation dresses, at LADIES-Don't forget that we have

swallowing knives. Encouraged by his him for It that when I afterward came. I Special Cut Prices. 5 bales of Hammocks bought under the finest stock of Torchon and Round .

Reese drunken comrades, the sailor' actually Into his situation I. took care never to'I price, will go on sale Monday morning Thread and All-over Laces and Embroideries .
I 6 i Mendel swallowed an opened pocketknife, to< imitate him."-American Illustrated at bargain prices. Be sure to see ever shown in Pensacola.
the amazement of the conjuror} Feel-, LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S READY- them at once. (Special lots at 95c; Seeing is believing, and we guaran

The Home Tailors Ing no immediate pain, he put five other Magazine. TO-WEAR HATS AT SPECIAL $1.19, $1.25 and $1.69. They are worthat tee to save you money on whatever
knives out of sight in the same way. CUT PRICES. least 50 per cent more money. you buy.

In two years' time he had! in the course. .

of his drunken bouts, 'shown sufficient r
Builders bravado to enlarge his internal armory oa9 I
by twenty-nine dit1onal knives. COME TO THE BUSY STORE FOR BARGAINS IN EVERYTHING.

When, after his foolishness had brought : SOUVENIRS GIVEN! AWAY AT 9 O'CLOCK.
and subsequently
him to the hospital

Of to his grave, a postmortem examination.
was made the thirty-five knives were

removed from his stomach by the amazed

surgeons T. H. Lannon a Co. .
Men'sFine These interesting relics'are exhibited

among others in the surgical classroom. ,, i
whither the students return from the a1 '

dissecting room to correct their impres 9 Rl f ., _.._......... ............."'Jd Io"- -:' -,- --
sions. .cl se by is another Interesting

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object a glass case containing a number Y h I -- .__ H U _

of what appear be illuminated i I I criied property. to-wit: Twenty-sIx
the best-Blue
I well as
if can find any Cheapest as -
you Sdveriisemenis
nature of Come in and see Legal
parchments. The grewsome Vanilla. Absolutely ((26)) shares of stock of the News Pub-
.if Clothes. these exhibits grows upon the visitor, fault with our S10.00, $12.00 or $15.00 Ribbon Lemon and' .
when he learns that they are simply Spring Suits. H. O, Ansorr.I. pure.: Goes twice ,as far as SHERIFF'S. SALE. lishing Company, represented by certificate -

New and patches of tattooed human skin pre- Brings backa I other kinds and gives. desserts the By*virtue of an execution issued out I number 3 B, Issued to I. B.

and Summer up-to-date Suitings line and ot Trouser Spring served in spirits. The Inscription upon hint of the olden days. I. MONDAY: WE WILL SELL 10.."Blue! Rihbon Flavor.! of the Circuit Court of Bscambla I Hilson, March 29th A. D. 1902, leviedon

ga. each enables one to trace'the ()(!cupa-I Stimulates and gives YARDS'BEST A. F. C. GINGHAM. County, Florida wherein G. W, Sims as the property of I. B. Hilson;
Suits from tion and character of the unfortunate renewed FOR 85c. MONDAY WE WILL SELL 10 L also white launch "Danby,"
517.50 to $50.00., strength and vigor. E. BRAWNER. and J. H. Herron are plaintiffs and one
Join Trousers from $5.00 to $15.00 patient from whom itwas takeiOne favorite drink with all men. F. YARDS LAWN FOR 85c. SEE OUR B. Hilson and Join G. Ward are de "spark engine," property of I. B. Hil

cur" Gentlemen's Suit Ciuo. was a colored sailor,,a native of Africa. it SHOW WINDOW. G. Ward. J. C. Van
Cats Try today Clerks' Union Meeting. fendants, I have levied upon and will son and John
; only 51.51) per month for press- On some twelve square inches of his F. E. BRAWNER.
Escambla Co. Fta.laproawlw.
of .
and of
D and small repairs. skin is worked an artistic representation you'll forget your years. There will be a special meeting sell at public outcry to the highest Pelt, Sheriff ,
Clerks'Associationat .
reing and Local No., 259, International cash .on' the 7th day of
Cleaning of bidder for
men's ana
brilliant plumaged
the ALL
of '
most GOOD
DEALERS SELL IT at hall Monday -
m., in Panama Hats 6
omen's p. styles
We've during the legal hoursof
Clothes, a ,specialty. blrdJ'known in the tropics. many May A. D., 1906 I
lOUr Give us a triaL we will appreciate Guy's anatomical wax models are "B & B" Atlanta April.!9.. F. J. RIERA, at '3.50, $5.00 and '7.50. Come and sale in front of the door of the': Handsome new styles new Hosiery.oxfords Just 14'
for ,
business are a Panama Hatman.R. County Court house in and for Escam-. the thIng your
.REE<5E-MENDEL TAILORING CO said to be the finest in the world. One B. S.: KING, Pres. see them if you bia County Florida, the followia 4es-i andSOc. H. O. WQ
0. Anson.
Phone 675. of_these is vitremely. valuable, the bosa (Secretary, J
N, ,Palafox'St.... -

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Easter Advertisers and \ 'U 'Snn"US S 'n-n -n I Political n ouncemeriI !

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@be; ftnafoJa i-nal. The Journal'* Fine Showing. 'f'" i- r.'I I RATES.

One week from to-day Is Easter e The: rates for political announcements
I PROBLEMBy: : LANEy not exceeding 8
.. lines
PAflJJ'Jlf _JUl5 UVl.flJ.-J I to
II; .si.juuu.njrjmruuj.rujmnj. 5 f ,Sunday, and this big edition of The THE BOY : run
till the primary: of May 15, are :as follows
DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. t Journal is issued primarily for the : i :' -

t 4 purpose of giving. Pensacola's business The Dally Journal.... .. j10orj

? zL PUBLISHED EVERY ,MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY men an _opportunity to tell th| Municipal Court The Weekly Journal't't -tm

....BY... public what they have to otter in the "nnuss. 'n'SS n. ," vance These and rates no are announcement strictly cash in ad.

way of Easter! season styles ana' will h,

i ; -S THE JOURNAL COMPANY.FRANK bargains. The business' men have The question containing more possibilities -cola boys, asa rule, are not bad. She is the one friend who always inserted ditions. or run under any other con:

tot the or evil of any stays with him when the whole world
taKen advantage. .tins opportunity good Very few to court and
pf them come
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-r.r- -v -u-jjr--j-ru.r r -- nr iurnju.-n t other is ,him. Not great while
and the composite picture of Pensa community than any perhaps -, when they come their presence thereis leaves -a very
the boy question. The fate of :since & company rf men were discisslng For'the
L ,MAYES, President and Genwal. M'.i.p. cola which .the advertising rendered just as inconspicuous asj Legislature.
.enterprise this republic Is to-day sleeping in the possible. I! a Very bright.'young man, -

(? -uu-u-- j "I columns of The.Journal. present today boy life of the nation. I am r.t when .,one of them, remarked:' "He I am a candidate for member of -.,
f It boy Ho ? >
to 'treat a kindjy.\
MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. constitutes, we thinks a showing writing now about boys in general will pays be a boy will.never amount to much "he"Is diszespetfuV lower house in the state l Ulauirs
: not always "
4ti '. of which every .citizen of the DeepWater but boys in particular; and this par and b forgets a kindness or to his mother. Perhaps fronr Escandbia: county in the D."m.crjitic .'.
; 4i : WflfWrflL&ftJLflJrflt UWj ticular' boy is the city boy. The old all these peopl have' forgotten' .this '
primary of May 15 and
feel The boy who wii l
should forgives
City proud. injury;. al.
; theory -wag that all good boys were conversation excep the writer. but the
of all
SUBSCRIPTION RATES. predate support Demon
ti. I The Journal at' least is. proud of born la the counlry, and that fa man fails to find attractions at home Will i somehow 'I 'have been'watching :this CHAS. as.
One Tear..................|5 00 One Month......... .......... ,45 the energy and enterprise which its to be great must come from the I'young man since, and I think I'have C03TOX

Six Months...........?..... 2 50 One Week................ It<> advertisers exhibit and gratified as :country.In this Kaleidoscopic age of already discovered signs of his final I
41-tF Three Months...... ....... 1 :5 Weekly Edition. per year..U 0( ours conditions change. Wh'sn' one i: break-up. hereby announce myself as a
well at the metropolitan spirit which candidate forthe lower house oFlorida 'h.'
? -nJuun.n. wuJ-uLflW fltJflJJJU fJjJJtr 4 tenth of our population was urban Ther\ are always people to give a
makes possible this metropolitan edition and the other nine-tenths rural the ;, boy advice; but this is not all he subject: to the ar
The Pentacota Detailed ton! of the Democratic
Only Newspaper From Which a of the paper to-day.. city boy had but little show. It is needs. I know one-man in this community primary 03

Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. And in that'connection a few words different' now when the population is: -' ,, who I is, constantly hunting up May 15th. GBO. T. MORN
shifting "and the cities contain nearly How much of this
\ jobs for boys.,
--- about The Journal itself may not be ; 1 am a candidate for member
;. cn' -third of the. entire population of have you ever done? Boys* will be of ;a.
: \v( at this time. House of Representatives from .
Improper 4t\
Offices 108 and 110 East Pipers Sale' Train. the country. boys" is a trite expression, but it is
.t OB on
: I I The success of The Journal-tts : There is no denying that city life only half trust, Boys will be men county subject to -he DM>O

Government. Phone 38. I and at all News. Stands. circulation its advertising patronage is full of embarrassments to the morally k some of. these, days and then they cratic Primary. I earnestly: solK-jt
$ : : inclined man. Pit-falls} and been kind the support of the voters of ;ht coua-
;: young will remember who has
Ju1najuuuu generally been the
its growth -hag 1
.- & traps await him at every turn.Red and who has not. JR.
marvel not only5 of Pensacolians but lights and whte ones dazzle his .
4 ; PENSACOLA. FLORIDA, SUNDAY MORNING APRIL 8. 190In of the newspaper world everywhere.That and bewilder his foot-steps. There are; some boys going to rain -=

J ._. _. _, _ _ -- eyes just for the want of a little attention.A For Justice Peace, (District No.
I in short 'a Soft strains entrance him and siren
g1bi-ui: any newspaper; so simple act of kindness is sometimes
Council Should Investigate house. Let us assume that the possible \ in :voices alhire.him from every side of ': _
fW tim and restricteo,1
a territory
so the turning point in a boy's ca-- I hereby announce my Candida
; the moral vi- i
highway. Dynamos
new tenant who had not been could ever succeed fa'budding up a ieer. Some men are too selfish to for the office of Justice of the
; brate and he >
flash and
( Lj1 The Electric Light Company.- i on that street .lately was a reader -of .business such a9 The Journal enjoys amid, a net follies work of, live wires stands allradating notice a boy, and Some are too busy. for the Second Dstrict: of Esc
the classified! a.i'vertisement-as he There' are some people who seem to County, subject to the Dem'ral"Primary
to-day was never dreamed of and a !! from the power house of
that the
)3I Journal Is glad to see
; $ The of the
think that when they take care
to be held May 15th
he usually Is-and that he signed evil. I9nt'>.
X ij tity council Is taking some interest prediction to that effect would have moral and intellectual training of C. L. SHINE
lease a few days afterwards. The summit of society may be asdangerous
your been laughed to. CGrn. their chiltten' their obligation to
Sn the service which the public is own
as the depths; in trying to
And having had plenty of "experi But The Journal not do' business is fulfilled. -I
I4! BOW receiving from the electric light does escape Scylla he runs upon society hereby anounce myself a cai ifi.!

tompany, and we hope that interest ence as a landlord you may now expect after the ,old fashion .of pens CharyMis.: Gilded "sinners In high 'Whether your own boy is to be a date for ths office of JusHce of :[

1i: q twill result in a complete, investigation -: to reap some of the profits. cola newspapers. Instead of waitingfor places and butterflies sipping nectarin -: SUC03S3: or 'failure, depends very Peace for District No. 2. subjec to
the conservatories of fashion fascinate largely upon{ the company that surrounds the action of the Democratic PrimarY.
lion of the company's methods of doing business to ,come to it, The
} him in the future. The very 15th.
the Innocent when, oftimes, CHAS. H. LANEY. i
business rates charged for "Velvet steak" is what the people !Journal went out after the business. 'the gaudy charms of .vice/ repel. Cut-!I J fortunes'whose foundations are being J. D. GOSS

t : Bights compliance with its franchise, of many sections of Florida are now Instead of soliciting business on the glatss decanters. and bejeweled fingers ?kid todayby thrift and enterprise

an&i the various and sundry other enjoying, being from cattle fattenedon plea that it would, "help the paper le Qi' glamour- to the sparkle of the go into the street' to ;find them.' All ar dependent upon'' certain conditions For County Commissioner, Dist No 5.
you sisters of !0- 3.11ed' bad boys bear This Is the of
in society. age
wine glass exceedingly 1lazardoua'to ,
features in connection with this Important velvet beans, and it is as fine as The Journal asked patronage on the I I
j.i.Zj the Sometimes 'When a boy this in mind and do something for eccentric situations and social convulsions -
;i 4 public utility service. any. beef that ever came from the ground that .the paper woula1 "help runs young.the gauntlet of youthful_ follies their pleasure while looking after I I I and it will take all our more I hereby announce my candidacy for

41/; That there is little or no enterprise I "W d_anS" wooly wes "-Gainesville the business he stumbles over temptations, of your 'own.'There ia% forces to hold down the lid upon missioner re-election from to the District offlca of No.county 5, eon:
Sun:: In securing its circulation The are three -important factorsin the superheated caldron.
tJk In any of the company's operations society. > to the action of the Democratc: Primary .
t1'.$ .as long been apparent Little if any, All the bad boys' are: not ,waifs in the 'life of every boy-the boy's I I Every vagrant boy, strolling ne- of May 15.
It the street. Some or itheja are' well mother, tba boy's sweetheart, and the glecte' through the streets is a
made to business. ;
Attempt is get J. R. STEWARD.,
There Must Be No Grafting housed and sumptuously fed; fault boy himself I never knew a boy menace to society a soldier of for-
4 seems to be a matter of indifferenceto ] with a sweetheart to 'be- bad .
I lessly dressed'and' carefully groomed. very tune ready to fall in line at theIdrumbsat For Tax Collector.I .
the company: whether it does S busi- In Escambia County Politics This Year. They sometime? tome 'down to the whale: ] the spell lasted. I don't care!I of anarchy. Hang out the

cess or not. police court under asumed names how wil.a aboy may be I never quite danger signal wherever tie steps of hereoy announce myself a candidate

In fact in some cases the Escam- The campaign for. the nomination of certain state; .congressional, ant? go away -without the community lose faith in his final reformation erring young manhood cross the for re-election to the office <>t

4r-i ; jbla! Electrlc Light and Power Co., absolutely and county offices has been formally,launched and we may expect shortlyto knowing' .of theIr'-'. escapade: .Pensa-, until he begins to fool his mother right of. way to crime., Tax Collector for Escambia count:.,

refuses to render a lighting see more or less activity in political circles. While this is what is at the primary to be held on May 15,

aTib service where the patron demands it called an "off. year," there are still enough offices to be, filled to make Journal maintains aU the time-every I business'and should accomplish I gross, who'trav i from place to place 1906. I solicit Respectfully your vote.

:rhi4 laUd stands ready to pay for it We the campaign _a! moderately lively one and evidences to this effect :are day in the week-a force cf canvass-.f something; The carrying of concaal-In this state Florida and Mississippi, J., S. ROBERTS.At .

I4qit! trust the council will investigate the even now' beginning to appear. Therefore The Journal wants to say a erg whose sole--business is to 'solicitsubscribers ea weapons Is not only a nuisance, carry pistols., It was one of this
''but is the direct cause of threefourths class who killed Officer Burnham in
obligations assumed by the company word or two on' the subject of CAMPAIGN GRAFTING! and GRAFTERS. to the paper. There is t of the the solicitation of friends, I herr
murders -committed? Pensacola a week ago and it is prob
'when it- was granted a franchise to Nearly two years ago; following, the first primary of that notable campaign not a home in" Pensacola 'In whichThe I wher.a the practice Is tolerated.- able that if the activity of Judge by announce myself a candidate to-

1L tdo business and see whether or not ':The Journal in its issue of May 22, 1904, published the following Journal has ,not been placed .and Gadeden! Ala.: Journal. Beggs against the pistol carrying the the office of Tax Collector subject ;'>
action the
it can refuse to provide serrce editorial: from which ta' regular subscription: 1' practice bad commenced before the of Democratic Primar-:

k : 'Where the IaUeiis demanded by a has not been 'solicited. The Journal' They fcay>va judge la Pensacola death of Burnham, this negro who May 15. 1906.NEILS .

who wilr:sobn":! break up the practice, committed the crime would have left McKENZIE OERTING.
tLt: (Citizen. now goes to seven out of. every ten:I
THE GLUTTONS OF SPOIL AND GAAFTOF ,!of :carrying pistols. His name is E. his 'at home. The infliction of
*: It would1! also be a good idea to asf'A homes' In the city and it is isafe to ; gun For County Treasurer.
ii TH LAST D. : .
E : CAMPAIGN. .Beggs, and a negro ""brought be- a judgement of six months at hard
certain whether or not the street say that every one of the homes into I fore Judgg Beggg who had been labor will have ] effect In .
arrested salutory
The the I be
campaign preceding primary which has just'been held developed ; a candidate in the democratic
lights provided'by the company in its certain which it does 'not go is visited on an! with a loaded gun In hIS ,pock: Pensacola and if the other cities held. :
a species of political parasite 'which, while he may have prmary of May 15 for re-nom.
*t contract with the city are up to contract existed previous to that time, certainly: took :advantage "of the, occasionto average of once, every. 60 days bY' a J et 'was fined, ?500< witti the aIter? out the same prospect: to the lawless nation to the offics of county trea ui'

:; t specifications.' It is difficult to push 'himself into prominence-arid aIsonto' disrepute-in a manner Journal solicitor.} Ultimately all.
if- measure the amount of light which a n ver. before paralleled In the" history of, .'Florida politics. '. ,I: these will take Jhe paper. It the"f is sawmill'notorious fact that many of are:used would be soon lessened I be appreciated.
and turpentine still in number.Mollle
We refer particularly to those apostles 'of. "graft" and gluttons' of ne- 'Register. J. ED. WILLLUfS.
street lamp-is giving but there is a : The same methods are pursued ,on ,
spoil who made life so miserable fot 'th'e 'candidate! 'disgusted public I -
definite conviction in the
pretty the out-of-town circulation. The ,
sentiment and* outraged political by their wholesale attempts at' S I .
decency I hereby announce myself candidate
of that ...+;...:+:+:..c-.. :...:...:..(...: ... a
c14 minds a good many people blackmail and :'th-eir open efforts. at voteselling.It I, Journal maintains! twq traveling rep- 1 +: :;:.g.. .: :.: for the office of County Treasurer

our street lights are not up to the ,was a situation which can be understood- only by thoSe who were: resentatives'regularly, for its outside I"; I. subject to the action of the Democratic -

kt: (standard or to the requirements brought into direct contact with It, said it was a travesty on', indepen- business, and 'about half of the timeit Said of Pensacola Primary.
,dent citizenship which ought to bring the blush of. shame to tha cheekof I
g : called for in the contract ,*. '' has four men in that field. THOS. F. WRIGHTOX. ..
patriotic Floridian. I ---
ftit These and i number of other matters The of :* 'The Uournal advertising is handledby "Ar and
.spectacle men calling themselves American citizens, bartering Pensacolians For County Tax Assessor.
that might be mentioned in con their birthrights and their assumed influence for a few paltry dollars 'of a regular advertising manager t :

nection with the electric light com the candidate's' money claiming to represent "cluba" anjj offering to secure whose whole time is .' voted to that y I will be a candidate for re-nomina
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pany's operations should have ..some.very endoraemisnts, with the presumed delivery of the club's membership work and wher he requires assist I tion to the office of County Tax Assessor
vote; contributions ranging from J5.00 to $100.00. in the Democratic Primary of May
hffl careful official scrutiny on the ance he puts on all the help that Is I
Bulldozing, threatening and blackmailing a candidate until. in sheer 15. I respectfully ask
your support.W.
Christian. siderable ,
'A Doubtful attention
!part .of the council committee and I necessary. There is not a businessman and it is possible
#> desparatlon he imagined he must "pujigie up" or run'the risk of an open that 'FeIJ cola W. RICHARDS
cP fThe" Journal will take pleasure in, boycott on the part of the leeches and the aggregation which they claimedtQ .in town who is not regularly I' That Iowa preacher who recently of wHi undertaka a ram-
visited Pensacola and on his return paign some sort to get her full
(41t4 giving the public the result of thelmmittee's repreSent. ; visited by some' member of The Journal's -
\Every sort of plea-house rent due. doctor's bills to drugs I home went into the unchristian business -share of the general prosperity whichis His! father is a lawyer; so is he ID
Investigations. pay advertising corps, and no con- her coming south. ;Jlr.
and lookedin
Florida Mayes
of slandering England Sr.
needed-anything, from a drink of whiskey to asix w ek's $alary- -all I Jerry, was a journal:
k tract b slighted no matter whetherit t his home on the Montgomery Commercial
peopfe. through .
papers and
were -ms &)13; often 'demanded and it was a hardy candidate indeed who there coined the secrets of <>
gj The Proper Way bad the temerity to turn the applicant away without a part, ,at least, of is a full page display or. a 35-cent would have made an elegant carpetbagger i'Club and got a line on. its work o! cessful political campaigning. Bfing
He l \;tich he had heard so much.
what; he' came for.. want ad. I about forty years ago. an Irishman it was natural t-u;

L1 )To Do Things :And then came subsequent visits, with demands for more. prefacedby As a result of this policy and of has the'the true South.carpetbagger If he has attitudetcward. nevel'read !future.He is He enthusiastic declared over that in Pensacoa's the past when he came to this count. ne.
intimations of how much some opposing candidate.had given or would should take up the cause of D.-n. :
iw: Sometimes the man owns the give, all followed by covert threats Of what "the boys" were likely to do these efforts The Journal enjoys an it, or if he has read it and for. four or five years except during that racy. He has done good work in Efc-
patronage large as gotten it permit us to comend to ;time a quarantine was 'on against her cambia at
j43 souse and sometimes the house |If the candidate dltf' not "come across" again. advertising county for the part>
; It'was a .fine spectacle and, we are pleased to say, the first of the that of many papers published In, him a famous piece! of literature said i by some southern states ami southern coached his son i in the thick of ;.o","
1 twns man. connection with the cities Pensacola ha# shown a !If t
to have
some there
the lastin very exciting campaigns !
ikind and we hope Florida politics._ much larger cities, and tour or- five
!Perhaps you bought that "extrahouse" To the candidates who suffered themselves to be ,bled-ama!' there ministerial calling. known as the SermOn rapid and remarkable' development Jerry, Jr., ig electea'] he will nukgood.
times as large]; as any .other Pensa- find | and right now -in the of ..Mr.I .
\r with the savings of manyc1'J ,were few who did no -i all. l.meapt.a graat ,deal It ,absorbed their 'on the Mount He will opinion .-{Jacksonville Times-Union.
their cola .paper .hag ever enjoyed. Its circulation -there are some valuable hints to peo I Mayes, Pensacola. is growing more 4. *
: ears. When title passed to you money patience. undoubtedly their faith in, human nature. I
_. But to the, community at large it meant much more. It was a blot is ftve times ,that- ever I I pIe 'who'call themselves' Christians rapidly than, at any time during her The I. O. 0. F. Grand Lodge.
it seemed that you had'become a pretty also to !sinners and if he will saturate -;history. Not only are. a great many entertaining ft1-
upon thefair name of the state which will require many years of political reached Vy another Pensacola paper Preparations for
Important sort of a fellow, after long chasfIty* -if there is such a thing-to wipe out and which good citizens and in the city of Pensacola it goes I himself with the spirit of 'that new people coming,.in, but business delegates and visitors who will i* ttFensacola

!waiting. It looked as though it would everywhere should have a care is never again repeated. I three,Sermon' he may be abla to view hiscountrynien conditions are altogether satisfactory.Not next month upon the ocosion'of -
into tha homes of more than, in the '
with less Race.
Florida ve- .s
!>e. a nice thing to have a steady in Let, ?*! be done with "graff-once and for all time by so emphatic an expression in the annual meeting of
times as many people as have ever nom.- And if he will further investigate of Fiji.11.t
of public disapproval that no wholesale system of the kind, such Grand Lodge I. Q. O. F. ,1 :
from property as well -asI
come a ,
gJ-i "as found practice in the past campaign, will ever again" be attempted. been reached .by any other paper circulating a book known as the Bible, with Still on the Move. are now being made by theh.l>
I from your daily work. You felt like here. which perhaps he had some acquaintance The .'JiIICrow" street car law in lodges of Odd Fellows, and from "<'

B CI-pltalist-or like you imagine! a All of these things cost money, at the beginning of his ministerial i Pensacola supposed to h'a.vebeen indications' the coming event w.'M1": "
able The Journal+ republishes the above editorial now because even at this career he will learn of one settled the : of most successful in the history :
capitalist must feel- to make finally by Supreme Court One; the
other things besides hands early date, we think we descern certain evidences of a possible attemptto time, and labor, :but that is the only: Ananias and what happened to him of Florida, is 'still on the move. The of the order in Florida.-la.ia:
your repreat some of the grafting practices which made, the campaign of way they can 'be had. There is no for' telling lies.-Live Oak DemocratS negroes have appealed to Supreme hassee Capital

i i' work for you. And the thought that 1904 the most notorious in that respect in the history of the'state.. And royal roaa! to"success in journalism, Court of the United States from the 5 S .

4t upon 'waking up every morning you The Journal repeats now that- and the metropolitan showing which The' Advertiser's .Model Plant division pf the Florida court and the Parkhill Will Be Elected. 1

!Would be a little richer than. when The Journal makes to-day has been' Pensacola case will be heard April 17.-HLveOak It is stated that Hon. ? Bpark':
to *
hill candidate
:rJi you went to 'bed was a very comfortIng COUNTY. attained only by. the hardest kind of Jot rnal- and one of Florida's best Democrat $4. will be a twitch M'Parkhill !
himself the
on supreme
LtIt one-after, BO many years of the Tbsre may T>e, no LAW to prevent.them., but there 1s another element work and the expenditure of thou- known? newspaper men, came visit up of toiontgomery that Jim Crow Law. is an eminent jurist aId ,

other feeling. -that of PJJBllorrY-which The Journal certainly proposes-to iVoke- on sands of dollars in developing the inspection. yesterday on a 'We notice from the Pensacola friends, who are legion. are "'i:,

But there seemed to be something the .first evidence which it receives of any attempt to 'graft a political business! which it now enjoys. i Like other Southern cities Pensaco,Journal of today that.. Pensacola'a dent of his election.-Palatka. 1 1 .s-:J; s-

;wrong somewhere. The rent-income candidate. The name of the man who gets the money and, of ,the candidate And in all"this, the enterprise. of la. is experiencing a new era of Jim Crow fLaw is to "be still further Herald. SPensacola's

tTh of the first three months was swallowed who pays it will be published. If the old "political club" graft is Pensacola merchants has constitutedthe growth The Pensacola Journal :tested, }having withstood all the lower Business StabilityPensacola .
like other in similar circumstances -:courts an appeal has been taken and ?
up in repairs-then the tenants rock which The Journal's : papers .fter
attempted, the'name of the club and the cadidate will each be upon need have v-
published. is growing more rapidly than I the case set for the 17th. in the U. !.., ;han
moved out one fine- morning !Some of these .so-called'! "political clubs" have constituted the worst i fine business has been, built and the city. S. Supreme .courtWonder whatthe proof of its business "r.lIt
owing you a couple of months' rent.. sort ot graft,schemes.-, which, makes 'possible the metropolitan The Uournal is in a few months tomove negroes of that 'city will appeal that afforded by the bid.-? f"r' mun I!,

rf; Taxes were due and payable. The It Is no crime to organize a political club. On the ntrary, where showing which Pensacola now into>> a newer and a larger build I to nextT,-Marianna Times-Courier. for the $300,000 bond The issi: v"1i11UmQ

J $ bouse' needed papering and decorat- the proper motives prevail, it fr 2 creditable thing to do. presents. ing. And when the move is made a 'k. ". f' cipal offered improvements.were:in nearly a1!! CL verYat1sfactory.8t.
considerable lot of modern time and The Government Dock.
ing. A new leak in the roof needed itecom
But the club whose August
political officers .
accept money from a. candidate, in-
labor saving machinery will be Pensacola's chances :for being selected -
j : attention. You placed a very pretty for whatever purpose simply degenerates into the tool of'a set of grafters H11 *t stalled. Mr. Mayes, before this machinery as. one of the sites for a huge Attention!

'i'4 'To Rent" placard in the window; who use and control solely as a means of pulling money out 'of the I'JUDGE shall be installed is making government graving dock appear to Knight of Columbus,KnIghts of <("n

but ,tha possible tenant walke i down pocket-.of every' candidate who :will submit to their methods.? : $ BEGGS 'AND tcurs of inspection to extend his already be excellent: 'An expenditure of two The members of the to meet at tI'.r! !

Wr the .next street when he was in that, : The to maintain # THE PISTOL To.TERS'HIoH large knowledge' newspaper million dollars;for such a great structure lumlbus:> are requested str-': '
moneT necessary a political club should Intendencia
come from affaflge work and the newspaper machinery. will mean much for Pensacola !hall No. 8 West ?'
1t neighborhood. its own members-not, from candidates for office.If'the.cIub'membership -'! And in the look for conveniencesand merchants, but even of greater Importance '-on Sunday' morning. April 8ih a -

In fact, your house had quit working .basn't enough self-respect to pay its own expenses, it' haSn..t,a:; 'very; high completeness is newspaper equipment Is the fact that it establishes o.clock. MSB.EDMr : .

1r1 for you; and you had commenced: Idea of morals'' or politics either and its endorsement or ''refusal, enotoreg Pensacola has he first came to The Advertiser -I the magnificent harbor as the JOHN B. Kflt

:working,for It. You had quit managing is not -worth the breath required to state it. Beggs, of office! which enjoys the reputation -' best on: the 'Gulf of Mexico, where FOX. Grand

t- the house; and the house had be-. If.a club wants to invite a political candidate to address it, the Invitation decided concealed to sentence to all six men months.carrying at of having not only one of the I ships of all sizes can .find ehelter Recorder.
weapons largest and most complete plants in and come for repairst Augustine
*j pin to manage you. should'not be contingent on a money contribution'candidate who hard labor or a $500 cash fine. That thesouth, ''but has the extinction: of Record.. Summer Underwear is a leadn; :

i4 !But, for 'the sake of ft "happy end. has to pay for the privilege of being Introduced to political club might will 'force the gun toters to leave having what is generally admitted to '. feature in our Furnishing Department

Ing"' to this little fable let Us suppose .. better' hire a hall of his! own end speak to a decent ud ence. He could their mankillers outside the corpo.-be the most conveniently arranged Jerry J. Sullivan, Jr.SC We've everything that's good !in ma
that one morning you "woke op''p at least retain his self. respect rate limits of pemacola.IBnning.ham ; neswpaper plant in all the southern Jerry & SulKvan. Jr., of Pensa-, Crepe Nainsook and BalbngLong ?*"

a wiser, if a poorer, man. Let useupoee I The Journal trusts that there will be no occasion for ,a further discussion Ledger. states, :}{r. Mayes looking for ideason cola,, aspires to follow la the footsteps short and sleeveless shirts, :.on,
this line naturally came to the Advertiser of his fatherand Is thereforea and short drawers. H. (). Anson
that, In consideration of th<, tot this, subject. But it warns both candidates and .P 6Sible grafters In Pensacola there is a judge who, office. candidate to represent Escambia

money you had spent in, making it a I :that any attempt at the old graft game with which the.public) became means to abolish, the pistol toter. He 'Mr.Mayea is president of the county 1 In ther-legislature: Jerry, Sr., MONDAY WE WILL SELL SHORT

better\ tbtae you concluded to rais so,familiar ;twa years; ago, win be made on penalty ofun'p licIty in the has issued the ,edict that hereafter. Chamber' of Commerce of Pensa made a fine record/as a lawmaker.He ., LENGTHS OF 'F T C H V I L

:t the rate of rent accordingly; and thai columns of this newspaper, and The Journal will not mlnoa either names violators of the concealed weapon cola.] The movement Just launch is an eloquent and forceful speaker ., BLEACHED DOMESTIC, 10 TO 21YARD

ou lost no time in writing an effec. places or methods far showing up the extent of the grafting either law will be given a $500 fine or I ed by the, business men of and one or the .wittiest ever on LENGTHS. AT 6c> YARD-
t! ; : prison senten
rk r tiTfr' Ren .dertment gth&1At attempted jor-pommjtted. bard labor Thla is getting down to" 000i! >eo le. in 1910 has attracted con- Jerry, iJr'i ls-aLoa brilliant debater. F. E. BRAWNER*


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: \t' L I Of THE I IOne

; II, \ crop'out Candidates everyday for office or continue twa and as to'' !' SEASON

there is practically 'an unlimited j
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/ field from which to and nearly
three weeks yet ,until the lists are, w
., closed-they close on April 26-avery
N fair ,showing will, undoubtedly!i ib&
i Hundred and 8
made by the time the primary j'I I. Fifty White Lingerieru

ticket is completed. Some of those': fu
recently announcing as follows: '
'; ," County Commissioner: J. R. Steward. .i N

': ;;..,.;.-,', Jir-:,.:;" ,::,,''','>.t'f ..t.:..:;, \ County Commissioner J. R Steward -!, L lawn Waists

f" ,...... ,. of district No.5, announces today -' !9
f for renomination. Mr. Steward j ,
-'-., ,., is now serving his first term and has I m' .; ro
I has been a vsry active and efficient; I
I member of the board. He is an enthusiastic either long short sleeves trimmed fll
or with
beautifully Val lace and embroidered
is just one thing in this world that advocate of good roads and,; j 1 (
THERE never if re-elected he promises to carryon l lI fronts $1.50 value, this sale 98c. '

/ out. T ere'is'no..better.in vestment tha'n I %received.a new line of ladies' new Spring Skirts in Voiles, Panamas. (8fc
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if DIAMONDS They will cost you more in a year .";,,' ,'.,, 'h '<'N'K: : ..., : : ;,, Serges and novelty suitings.
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from and will "--'''''''''?W,, ',;r-'.-'' '''$, t, These are carried 2nd floor
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now never: become less. They 'are "" ,"t'i'<, "" / '"' '''''' '"M,, ,.....:$:.:,.i'n. ru on adjoining our attractive display of Millin- &

II very desirableEASTER '_ 8"M,: nJ ery. Monday we have selected fifty of the above described skirts in correct N
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.*,r <' new models, every one a beauty and actual $7.00 value for $4.98. Of

I N Don't miss this sale. ffji

,' fU The present season promises to be the greatest lace and embroidery N

i m season known. We have selected 50. dozen regular 7c Val lace to be sold for N

Our New Spring. Line,of Jewelry is here. BRACE .4 m 50c per doz.

r fU 50 dozen regular lOc Val lace, this sale 75c per doz. : : '
LOCKETS have the call this : < ;:
year. You .,'!. ,:_, be.3 fU 50 dozen regular, 15c val lace this sale $1.00 per doz. ".
will need .. ,
some of the Latest Styles in '. <,
4' Shown on center counter. ; N

Jewelry to make Your Easter Tolx m 'N

\ let tompl lete., It will add to
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Your Easter Joys even to I MILLINERY m I Iw

at the many > -- -

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we have'in x,. the good work of road building which DISPLAY
stock. the 1 board has heretofore pursued to
r such excellent effect. Mr. Steward ., '
: / ; c has' no opposition at present and MONDAY. APRIL 9TH.
; there seems to be a disposition to re- fU '
ward his good service during the S
ecte J C present term byreturn; without op- N '
position. -_ ftJ We have used our best efforts to give you
Geo. T. Morgan' a Candidate. ru

Geo. T. Morgan, and a member ofthe Pensacola bar,
PETERLINDENSTRUTII announces that he will be a candidatefor m hats in all the latest styles and variations which Si
representative Jn 'the state legislature

'. ..,. .: ., ',' .., comptroller. Mr."for Morgan Nearly: has I2"years been city and cu the season; has:developed.Come :

has been active municipal and political ruru
.- ,: THE: JEWELER, "" ::: ; affair during that time. His .and let :us help to make your children -

"- $ opportunities .!or ascertaining the
city's needs in legislative matters ft1 4 happy,with our dainty Easter hats. tU
t have been exceptional and there 'can 4.T '
be no'doubt that,, If elected,: Mr. Morgan w
possesses the qualifications to Each .day,this week we will show something

make Escambia county. a good. legis: tt '
--- for ffie'ladies.:
lator. : new

and how to get' it,"-P. ,S. Goodman. I hunt and fish ana nothing whatever to Chas. M. .Coston.Chas. 'T ,. rui
Y.M.C.LEADERS TO 8:15-"Open discussion ,of association do in the line of work on a regular M. Coston who} a3 announced :
: religious work." schedule. This is the life of the camp some Urns ago,,1s 'a candidate for i' -4 m
VISIT PENSACOLA C.' H. }Moorman: is state secretaryof keeper and it is always easy to get a representative in the 'state legislature OUR Louisianna: Mississippi and Alabama man to take the job. is an example of what energy i
; W. Foods White is chairman When the last ,logger Is gone the character, and strict attention to .
,committee ,C. D. Gatesis business. will accomplish.: Sirs Cos-
Georgia state :t- keeper comes In and takes charge. He '
ASSOCIATION INSTITUTE International secretary for the ton came to Pensacola from Norfolk m REASONABLEIw
WILL falls teir Jb all the dime novels, illus
\ south'and P. D. Goodman is religious old clothes and tobacco Va., his birthplace, in 1895, and :, i
BE HELD AND AN INTERESTING work secretary of the International trated papers began here the practice of law In -
Committee, that may be left behind. There Is always which profession he has met with
PROGRAM IS : enough flour, pork molasses and such splendid success. He is a ro-
tea in the camp to supply a dozen mentor young man, but he already stands tru
ANNOUNCED. MONDAY WE WILL SELL FULL a year and the keeper has his well to the front in his' profession rd Yours for Quality
104 BLEACHED. PEPPERALSHEETING choice of fifty bunks to sleep in. He and he is one of the best known .
AT 24c YARD. NO ONEOVER has a rifle, a fishing rod, a, big jack. lawyers in this section of the state.
'Next Tuesday and Wednesday the 10 YARDS. knife, lots of clay pipes, a complete He' has been court commissioner in r w. J & B. FORBESI maaaaaaaaaaaaeaaaaeaaaaaaaeaaaaeaaaaiaa
Pensacola Young; Men's Christian F. E. BRAWNER.The knowledge of the woods and a dreamy

Association. will hold an Association i Indifference to all that goes on in the
Institute; for the purpose of giv*I outside world.
mg Information the aims, time to. appear in.your Spring For a week or two after the depar- .
regarding Hat is on Easter Sunday The cor .
ture of the logging crew the camp keeper -
ideals and methods of the modern rect styles are- here; ..U.OO.to. 350. H. -
; overworked, in fact for he d
tiTe of the association and for lay 0. Anson., is busy- 2, the office now held by Judge Lan.''
has to "pick up the camp"-that is, set Goss is 'Who has
drum. Joe a man
ing plans for the thorough organization everything in order and take: a mental M' .G e hosts of friends and whom everyone D. G Co I
of the association. MAINE CAMP It:: SRS. inventory of the stuff left over for his ; likes.; He has resitted' in Pensacolafor KugIeman
every large association of a disposal. Having completed this laborious a long time is thoroughly identified
co-operatiye nature the Young Men's Ken Who 'Draw Salaries For Simply task, he settles down for a rest with the city's interests and he
Christian Association must depend Eatinar and'Sleeping.No of a few months, which rest is inter s ought to make a good man for the
'iwn the entelligent volunteer .. I
ser- a'.sA
T1ce of its individual members and set cf men (a:the world has an rupted only by fishing"trips or excursions ,place. 1 Wholesale
committees: for doing the large easier or a happier life than do the into the woods to look mr places Jerry J. Sullivan Jr., Grocers
amount of work which naturally "camp keepers" ,of northern Maine. frequented by moose and deer and"to Jerry J. Sullivan, Jr., candidate for I

fonjes<} with a large and active organization They toil no% neither do they do much : locate good gum bearing trees. This representative in the }State legisla-
knowledge is valuable to him in the ture, .is now hustling among the i
...._ .
thinking yet on incomes not exceeding is one of those wide. < --
voters. .
The Institute has planned to cover following fall and winter, when :he 'f
$100 cash a they really have fellows that
'year awake, energetic young
Ir. its .
various sessions nearly all hires out as guide to sportsmen.At -
a comfortable and enjoyable existence. I can't -be kept down and i if hustling
sides of association! activity. The the close of.his keepng! season '
camp Ask Ypyr Grocers for the CelebratedIiarvestQueen :
These happy men fare- the keepers or will get tl>e offij<#, it's: a cinch that hElwilt
several committees will have a he gets his $;:10: or $100,all in ,\8 elected. '
chance laretakers of lumber canJps.durIng; the be
to learn what is being done lump, and that will buy for him some-
'n' other associations in the educational the months'ot the year that logging clothes, a lot of tobacco and enough, Two MOre, Suggested.It i
! departments, the gymnasium. operations are- suspended and the ammunition to last him until spring. T1 l lias been suggested that a good
the glee clubs< and social clubs, and camps are'deserted: legislative team would be Street Superintendents
IE the more distinctively religious When the work of cutting the win In winter except during the game sea : J. 15. Long and C. HGngle
son when he may Lave: a jab of suid Flout
matters. ter's ,of logs has: been,completed : ?. Their: experiences during
The stereoptican exhibit will be and the crop last of the crew ias gone down tag, he rats from his exertions of the CHAS M. COiITON. Es q.: the past; year*In affairs both political,
for the entire membership and their summer, and in spring he gets bis, and l legal, and the wfctespread advertising I
the river -to Banc somebody must this judicial: district for the past !
frtenda and will show just what other camp keeping: job again.: -Indianapolis which. they have got incident ,
over, the' the provisIons eight and during that time has
Associations are like and what they keep guard camps Sentinel. years ally, ought ,to all combine to make .
Me doing: that)iave been left over and all passed! upon many important ques them a hard team to beat and a good AND
The is fol. the valuable outfit, and must see that tions. Among the latter was the pair to'push the name of Escamba!
program announced as .
tows: the property la not burned up or stolen famous "Jim Crow passed byPensacola's I county to"the" front. "
city council and which
Tuesday April 10. by woods;tratcpa or careless sports was carried before him on -injunq Dr.,Fordham May Run.
fci 3-For all members of com men. For this purpose: the owner of SPRING TIME. tion proceedings. His decision was Br W, P, Fordham is also studyingover
mittees" the camp hires one of the queer, happygo I in 'support of the law and that decision the'question becoming a candidate Danove: Mansal WhiteThe
t 'The scopes and object of commit- lucky characters always to be foundIn 'was later"sustained by the'su- for legislative honors Dr.
eEI3--C. brings many ailments especially when that should he decide
HMoormann.. the borderland between the deep court of the state. Mt. Cos- Fordham says
the system is overloaded with winterimpurities. : preme
::30-Luncheon. believes the people would
and'civilization. ton taken active interest to run, he
woods has always an
'l:O-For You suffer from Spring two main propositionsfirst :
all ama 'their elect him on
members '
These men have no fixed place of residence i 'n politics and he has rarely
friends. Fever Aching Bones, He3dac'h"eSIeeplessness : and second hisj
family connections if ever, been found on the wrong his platform; '
"The relations of the' association and'seuerajly no and Impure Blood.! To stir reason for runn'ng.' His platform j Finest Sauce on the Market.
important question. He
i side! of
to that thecare much,about, ,and the ; any '
the liver the digestive Florida
lives of men"-c. D. Gates. up stimn'ate I eloquent public would be: "Protect'on for the .
.1:0G-6tereoptlcan exhibit of asso- they have a constitutional aversion for organs and overcome that tired feeling speaker s a quiet at repartee and able Gopher" It Is a shame, Dr. FOfdI -! .. -,
chat:on work.- '. S. Goodman.. real labor. They are,good' fishermen, you'll find would 1 ham mtends, the 'way the unreen--, ---r- r
in debate he give ;cambia -
Wednesday good shots and good 'woods cooks. and I erate mercenar'eg! of the present hooks and other instrument! of contemplated eaaaSdaey/ is that h I
April renreentaton! in the r
rounty a barbarism, the thing is going! wants to leave the county
5:30-4'or Directors and Trustees They drinK liquor when they can getit flostetter'sStomach that no eonntv In the day are j'aufhterln: that fe3tlve an'-;modem anyway-
lesr'ElatJve hall- Pr. Forahaig fraujg also get out of Jt tor good and do it !
of) the association mudr exertion, go with- mal ,which bas iron time immemorial, too far grace
without too Peel. Mr. Coston will
;"The opportunities "..... ; not needor stafe could tickled .the .ncurean taste of tbej create a tarry; law,, |huHi! }?; oat i fully and easily-and he says that !
, of director. do Bitters
a when ts| tandy; his platform in a
" out It none ucbably publish
", Woods White.6:3GLuncheon. genu'ne Florida cracker. It is all! from the state that halt-watei animal -it is almost invariably the rule that
: care for many clothes and haven'tthe xcelient. Then it also cures Poor few -days.Ju right the doctor gays, to dig boles j known as tea ">r9 .ma 'whIcIs when a man is sent to the legislaturehe I

7:30: -For active members of the least ambition. -becotne. wealthy.All Appetite, Flatulency, Dyspepsia, Indljesticn tite of the Peace. and let h& gopher Durable! into them, shipped in heirft ,fcopj.'Alabama as is never heard from afterward!,
association. they want Is comfort, plenty to eat. Ccstiyeness, Female. Ills 'or J. D. Goss will be, a candidate for but when it comes 'to fishing him out t a competitor of the Kon4a Gopher, and that is an easy way to drop oa I _

"A modern. Bib]. study deparement plenty of'tobacco, a. good'.chance. to, Malaria, Fever and Ague. Try I It Justice: of the peace in district No. of hif. ,munid&ne retreat with Iron Or Fordham's second reason foe theN of sight J<>



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Ci'l\very Advertisement in These Column L/s Read- by

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Successors to Thos. C. Watson. C).

n--w''jc :.. Ten. very desirable lots, FOR SALE? .

*,- x If you have money In a bank. But if you have your I REAL ESTATE Block 92 of the New. City Building lots, homes, farms; timlber -Leading! Real f Estate, Rental and Insurance Agency

money in real estate well located'it cannot be frittered I ?
Tract, intersection Jacksonstreet L lands, or country homes? '
r away in careless spending here and there but If not, you should be; for more money ..
i, t ,it '* is made out of it' than anything, : .and 16th avenue; overlooking ') .

else. Look at this sale' list L S. BROWN .& CO.
$ 850( -A four room dwelling, West b "the bay, beautiful 1 Bargains i in ,Real Estate in all parts of the

.%' Will Increase in Value End with 5 ,lota.- House rents, lots for residences. will help. you find buyer. city. .

t* for $6.00.$2000Store .
| and dwelling combined' Seven lots Block 55, BelmontTract'lots 5250.00: .' -' ,". '
gets a block of '28 lots :.on 'North HilL 'Stores and'Dwellings: for rent.
with another smal dwell'ng, adjoining ; in this Block: Money in this -, ,
-p every year. If improved it Trill bring in a. good | West- End business dis "*' .

?F.- ::: rate of interest, while the growth j in value is "like' I trict; rents' $216 a year. selling at $700. ; '$10,000.00 'Lo ns. made at current rates of interest on
p getting $ 900-Small house 'on lot 28 by 170, Six houses North Alcaniz |- To bait at 7 and 8 pr cent on gee d
money from home. We invite you to see impfoved'pr unimproved property.
of :
,,1 East Romana, just east real estate security.
our list of properties, or write us about th's: investment ragona. Rents $96 a year. I Street, good investment, will I IRE: I INSURANCE

question. $4000(-Bus'ness coiner (store and:. net-10 cent. placed in ood, reliable companies. .. Insurance placed in fifteen leading American -
combined Pala per
dwelling ) near Wr'.te: telephone, or call and see us, an4 {fprejgn i companies.
fox, rents $420 ayear.; 201
.- For particulars apply to % Thiesen Building.
OF THE ABOVE; IF YOU DON'T "WE SELL LOTS" We respectfully" solicit your patronage..

Pensacola Investment Company SOME ONE ELSE' WILL. CALL' l IN Our rental department given especial atten-

,, AND LET US SHOW YOU THE. :;tion..,. Call:arid see our list.

I* 4. H. D'ALEMDERTE, City Manager.\: I PROPERTY. McDavid-Hyer Company,, ij fl.BlO COAL

W. ENOWLES, President. 1\.,B. SIMPSON, Sjcretary. r' ; Agents New York

r 1.L STIU.MAN.VFrei.: ani Gen.-Manner. KNOWLES HYEX Treasurer. $2400. Life Insurance Company. STRIKE IS ON' -- -
rffe Kael Estate, Loans, General Investments. 8 E. Government Street .
will buy an elegant ,;]little] 6 room j I II I Phone 7CO. Pensacola, Fla. : HOOTON & ,WATSON ,

215- South. Paiafox Street, .Pensacola. Florida. dwelling corner Jacksn and Gu.lle-1, The greatest demand ever known
mard. House has gas, electric light! for 6, 7 and 8 room modern .houses.! '
(* :_- I. __ _! ll'il' .. connections, bath and sewer. Only: !) Wanted Landlord, why not build them. I can PHONE 54:. 34 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.

-- -- -- ---- =? one block from Lee square and just'S nnl rent_ or sell such houses; give me I a;

.: across from the school house. l W!\. TED-lO() carpenters and help- list and try'me. I

COLLECTION OF RENTS ,GIVEN ers. '!Apply at once, room 308, Thie-J::1| SPECIAL BARGAIN -. .

By To-Morrow'' Night sen, Buildng.: Sapriti:: :: A good paying turpentine busines '
for' 30000. 'There
Is No
\V ANTDDFurnshed house in niccLlocality : i 40 acre improved farm 8 mles: from "" Place

THIS PIECE OF PROPERTY MUST BE SOLD OR IT CANNOTBE LESLIE E. on North Hill for ,the Pensacola;! worth ?1200, can sell a ti Joppa Lodge. _No. 6, I. 0. 0. F.

: BOUGHT AT THE PRICE NAMED. BROOKSe mei er. Address with particulars.. Ben tf600.,' ( Joppa; Lodge No. 6.. L 0. 0. F,

care Journal, ,2t* meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30: Like Home"EVERY
A pece: o? improved property on 204i/2 Palafox St, .Fisher Building. o'clock at Raffor'd. Hall, West Garden
: Intendencia street, 40 ft. front by 170 ft. deep, a half a block from WANTED-To buy old gold and silver 1- Visiting .brethren, cordially In.
Palafox street. This property has business nouses on 'both sides: of Phone 462. i broken up stuff T gardleu'of' I H. T. CRAWFORD St are_ MAN'S GREAT DESIRE

ir fr*i #i._. It. The house is two story with 10 rooms and built right IP to the si zes. Cash paid.. Ligiitman & Klein! vited. FLEETWOOD- N. G., '
!': side walk, the lower floors fronting on' the street; could with very lit 06 E. WrightPhone 1127. 315'2 South Paiafox Street. T. Sec.31an6m. .. SHOULD BE A HOME OF HIS
T ; little expense be remodeled into a first-class store which 'would bring; MELP WAITED J. W. GINGLES, OWN.
44: :; ; 'good rent, while the upper rooms and the rooms in the rear could be i WANTED.-A. R. Bingham want I

;t rented as a boarding house or office rooms. In this way the property your moving and hauling. He'gual\ I Miscellaneous Pensacola' Lodge; No. 3,. K. of P: BUY ONE NOW.
TED.-I0 and
WA. carpenters help
could be made to PAY A LARGE PER CENT ON THE INVEST-. :: antees all breakage. Phona 630. evening at 8
meets Monday
; :; MENT NOW, and being right la the path of business IT IS ers. Apply at once, room 308, Thie- p every .Castle Hall $1200-Neat five room cottage, N.Sth .

-i4 TO INCREASE GREATLY IN VALUE. It Is a: good investment now, sen Buildng. 8apr L t, WANTED. The CUT, FLOWERS-Orders promptly o'clock at their stable temporary W. .Intendencia St. Ave., on easy terms. A nice home.
public to Pou
with! 1 know that filled for roses, carnations, flowers over $1350(-Six
good prospects ahead of it It is offered at this price FOR IM I welcomed. room cottage on East
:MANAGER! -\i.TED-RellLble comjpany old newspapers can be bought at Visiting brethren cordially
of kinds.
MEDIATE SALE.. and designs all Miss Beriia I Wright St. A convenient home.
..$5000.00 iS office for five cents J.KIRKPATRICK, C. C.
wants responsible man to takei"charge I bundle. They Smith., 616 N. Barcelona. Phone 651. $1750-'Six room house with 5 lots,
has a front of 240 feet on the South branch house in Florida. Staple -, are all clean and nice. H. HORSLER, K of,R. & S
< N. Davis St. A spacious home.
side of Wright street by 192> fet deep between Alcaniz and Cevalles .. ,1
streets, it has small houses on it line, salary $125.00 per month and 7? TAILORING L. Diamond, Tailor.Gents' $1800(-Five room cottage, N. HayneSt
renting for $38.00 par month which commss1ons.: References and I' ANTED-We want your orders |oi .. Meetings of the:
will enable you to hold the property without loss' of interest; it has required. Address Lock flOOOJ"cash Box 1907 Art Calendars. Over 300 original I. clothing cleaned pressed ani:I Knights of Columbusare I 'A pretty home.
switch'tracks in front of it; it is large enough for a FACTORY site, 585, Chicago. lit'*'I designs to select from. All repaired on short notice. No. IHWest held at their hail, $3000(-8 room house, new and modern
.ia WAREHOUSE site, a STORAGE YARD Government St, Pensacola Fla : 423 E. Cervantes. An elegant
; it is close to the business ; prices. Mayes Printing Co., PensacO- 1 J'i\ No. .8 West Intendea- '
kturL. center of the city; as the city grows th'.s class of property will WANTED-Men I' l a. 16feJi. Idee. cIa street on every home.
enhance value everywhere; $4.00' J3150-8 room house, modern, wini
greater in than any other class"of property. It Is not % Monday. evening at
circulars tack 2
daily, signs. No
LI often that a piece of property like this is offered for sale at the canvassing:pass, steady. Continental Distributing J.. H. PORTER, sailmaker, 716 South 7:30. o'clock. An in: large lotan d barn. A beautiful home.
t4 price, J5250.00.This WANTED.-Tha. Merchants Transfer Palafox street. Orders taken for .1 V"ritaUon t Is" extendedto
-: Service, Chicago. It* moving
'Co. your'
mIhll wants and bauUn .
; tents awnings
; camp stools and house visiting Knights.
Is Not the House thai Jack All breaka.ge'guaranteed. T.B. Tnor.sea. cots. etc. Priceg C. R. YAEGERNo.
Built. reasonable. Sljan. JOHN .B. JONES
tf I TED-Travelng salesman wanted Prop. Phone( $78. ISjunelin I. EDM. I
for country trade; salary $100 I Grand Knight. 202 Thiesen Building. Phone Lie
It was built by one of the most successful contractors in the 'city. per month and expenses. Samples \ANTED.-Real Estate for sale or SHIP CHANDLERS-McKinzle Oert- Recorder.

The material was the best, the house was well built, tasteful and conveniently I i free. Los Angeles Cider Co., Sti :t rent, lease or exchange. Your business L. ing & Co., wholesale and retail ship Daughters of Rebekah. I I

..1 arranged. It has 7 rooms and hall, gas bath and all modern i Louis, Mo. It*; respectfully-solicited. J. A. Wilson Ir.I- chandlers and grocers, only first-class Naomi Lodge, No. Daughters For Farm Turpentine
conveniences. The neighborhood is good, .near to schools'and Real Estate Agent, 22% W. Government house of kind: in city. Fair prices to all Rebekah, meets every Monday of or

the busness'center.! It will make you a nice home-514 North Hayne W.\NrJ'ED--A. good "all-round printer, street, Room 7, Salisbury) 8 o'clock in I.'0. 'O.;'F. hall Vis'ting nightat Timber Lands,

street Look at it, or' let us show it to you and see if you do not capable of doing first-class job print building. Phone ,172. 23Jan: Fine stationery, wedding.i 1y tati ns, I 'sisters cordiajly.invited.to: be 'present 'LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITYCall
agree with us. We" think the price low.. ...$2500.00 ing and experienced in newspaper visiting cards, tally cards, etc. CeliaM. -
work. Must 'absolutely sober;, no WANTED.. -Electric work of all kind.! Robinson, representing The Chas.1 S.B.R. WITKOVSKI on or Address
tf :;* % SOME NICE HOUSE'S FOR RENT drinking man need apply. Cook & Let us clean your fans repair your H. Elliott Company, of Philadelphia. MiSS WILLIE KENDRICK, Sec. ,
dynamo, do jour virin, etc. Smarlm.I Turner & AYmard
Hutchison] Chipley', Fla. Taprlm ; Pin ,
117 E. Intendencia
St. store and f
purposes. ... dwelling suitable: -for mercantile .. 5 7t': Pensacola Eleci!!.: Co.. 205 aBaylcn. M. E. B. A. No. 81, meets first and .Real Estate and Abstract Co.
300 East.WrSght street, 12 room boarding $60.00 WANTED-Painers: and carpenterson : live in Pensacola, corner nth third Wednesday evening at 7:30 p. P. 0. Box 115 DeFuniak Springs, Fla
506'N": 9th 10 .$27.50 Equipment Building Navy Yard I, street and 15th avenue,in New City, m., RaJford Hall, No 10. West Intea-
ave. room boarding" house.. .. ',.-.-..$20.00 WANTED. -All kinds of electrical
Ihll 1 417 N. 9th ave, 6 rooms large .. ...$20.00 at once. Saprlw work. I sell all kinds of electrical and will take'care of your Piano by dencia street -
the at! a'low FOR RENT
year figure. Refelt A: G.FELL
713 N. AJcaniz St., nice 4 room cottage. batteries ani other electrical supplies. Pres. _
.$15.00 WANTED-Old tune, clean out, etc. Phone 802 I 2 I J. L. SWEENEY. Sec. w -
for ,
316 W. :Main St., 5 rooms, large lot on water man' gardener, also When you need-me ring 345 or- 955. \
*V, .$12.50 servant for cooking etc rings. J. Conrad1. Scott SmarlmI A. R. BINGHAM has torrent
white or storage roca
Corner Hayne and 10 ; Star
Belmont E. W. Peake.
rooms under lease for 20.00 for un. new Laundry building Pensacola Lodge No. 4, I. O. 0. F.
: rt expired portion of lease. colored. Apply mornings20 W. Garden. suitable for furniture or other
: $15.00 E. 15dec. Pensacola Lodge No::. 4 I. o.
Wright St. New goods. and 106 South Tarragona
.t : 721 W. :Main 6 rooms, good: white neighborhood.. .. .,. ...$12.50 20apr tick furnished if desired. All done: meets every Thursl1ar vexIng at 7:33 St Phone 630 JOno

1017 N. Davis 4 rooms and .,., ....$10.00 I "AGENTS WANTED"- in good Qrder on short notice. Leave,at the new hall on West Garden
t.i ; THE COLLECTION OF RENTS, A SPECIALTY not necessary; pays for sickness, ac ,Board. and RoOms.p 'orders at Green & Watson. Phone street. Visiting brethren cordially
invited. E.
For Sale.
cident and death. Address the 7mar
THE FISHER REAL ESTATE ternal Bankers of America, St. Louis Fra-N p,'\| FURNISHED rooms; very, : JL NEVILLE. Secretary Wfl .
reasonable. Apply 20 W. Roman
Mo. MATTRESSES.-Wholesale anJ :
25mar4ti/ re- w.-O.w. FOR SALE-One mantle folding bed,
t $ 206 SOUTH PALAFOXST. PHONE 87 St lOaprlw* tail manufacturers and dealers in Live Oak Camp No. '1, 'W.I t). W. gas range, dresser, wash stand. dm-:
WE LEARN you to make mirrors at r cotton, moss and E. & C. mattresses I meets in Pythian .Hall 1st and 3rd l n'g table: dishes, etc. Apply 3* S.
wm 1-_ home. Fulljjuaranteed formula $5.1 WANTED few regular boarders I and b3o! springs. Second hand furniture i Wednesdays in each month. Visitln* Paiafox. iapr'!w'
-"- P. F. M. Co., Box 472 Pensacola Fla.lf! Also a few table boarders in private! bought and sold. Upholstering sovereigns cordially invited..
= I ISmarlm* j family; good location; convenient to: :and repairing done. Old mattresses F.
A- C. C. FOR SALE Fine hotel site best 51-:
'cj line; use of bath and phone Nc renovated; new ticks furnished ;
j if dered. -
Professional! Directory i HEW HEAL ESTATE LIST !I 401( E. Gregory. 8aprlinisi;. 114 E. Belmont, St., city. LESLIE E. BROOKS.: Clerk. uation In the city for a tourist hotel ,(

r --- r-*--'** s% --I WANTED .- ( Phone 771. Davis Mfg.. Co., C. T. Davis Woodman's Circle. 130 feet fronting south by ]17 (f& :

i1' THOS. PEBLEY, FOR SALE __.u_ PLEASANT Chase.! ROOM to rent. 301 W.( Mgr., W. 0. W. C., Oairove, NO.4, deep on East Seville Government square and street A'.w, overlooking : *

t'' LAW. REAL ESTATE. LOANS AND WANTED-Your orders for tailor-: 8aprner Woodmen Circle meats every Thursday street with open view of Pensacu

COLLECTIONS- Six houses in West King Tract made clothing.! We make four | 3 p. m.2d floor.PyjLhian Hall, over bay, $10,000 will buy the propert--
PALAFOX AND ROMANA.- renting for $30 per month-...$2850 clothes fit. Let us take your meas NICELY FURNISHER ROOMS fo(r j CARRIAGES repaired and repainted. Pou's stable, ,on Intendencia street. lapr.
_. PHONE 558. ure. Lamm & Co., Chicago, W. C).| rent. Apply Mrs. E. Coulson, coi.- Floats built to order. Horse shoe).I I Visiting, sovereigns cordially Invited.
hkIk; Rouse inVest End, renting for Wills, agent, Chipley, Fla. Taprlm J Chase and Spring Sts. 8apr|1 l i ing!; a specialty. J. G. Welsh Carriage'[ Mrs. Leona tangford. Guardian; Mrs. .
$10 per month good neigh ...11.I o. :Ueb| M. B. Olsen. Clerk. FOR SALE-Full blood white W:>an

T C. YATES M. D. borhood.. ,. .. .. .. .. ..$10'00 WANTED-A second hand dotte eggs, Beacon of Boston stum
; boer engine 1- FOR, RENT-Furnished or unfurnished '-------- ----. -- -- HOTELS. $2.50 setting of 15. Few very nn-
and saw mill to'cut about
ten 6
Five jots room cottage at Big Bayou
on forth Hill, if takenat near -
to flAW WC flt Ww nnan' cockrels ready for the yard. Addie-J
Money Loan.
; t OPTICIAN once.. :'., .. ... .. ....$3000 thousand feet per day, State what you I car line, facing water. Apply P. 0. THE BROWN Chas. Murray, DeFuniak Springs, K'a.Slmarlm .
have, prices --- HOUSE-AIry rooms,
i14'- 306 TH/ESEV BU//.0/VG condition and where Box 364, City. -- ----- *
Five lots fronting! Toledo square same can bj seen. Address Box No. $10,000 TO LOAN at Current rates of' good beds. Free baths and sample;
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New City.. .. .. .. .. ......$10 100 53, Bonifay Fla.. 6apr4tIECOND 8aPf1W.1 interest. Pensacola Investment| room. $2 per day. Special attention: ,
$4 One block in New City oncar, NICE 'FURNISHED ROOMS: Company.. Aprill-lw.|| to traveling men. J, R. Brown, Prop. LUMBER FOR SALE-Sessoras Writ-
HAND CLOTHING WANT!. : suitable for light housekeeping. : DeFuniak Springs, Fla.; ISmarlm ted Co., Bonifav. Fla. Slmar*

rt4 line,. .. .'. .... ....$4000 ED-Highest price paid for "gent ;Privilege of phone and bath. Apply I -
Half block in New 6' clothing only. Sell second hand goods.: :810 E. Gadsden St., or phone 896. MONEY. TO LOAN-Eyerybody borerows CENTRAL. HOTEL,. CHIPLEY-Op. FOR SALE.-A photographers IUIt.! .
City,on hard Dress suts: for rent, 9 E. Intendencia. 2Smarlm.! money from Jno. A. Hall &i depot Large'and weir lighted I Cheap. Apply .Fsher: Fumi'iira
I Co., 16 E. Government street. When rooms. Free sample room. Meala at II I store, 138 E. Intendencla St. :I'lnur! '
road, overlooking Bayou Texar $15 iOO = ROOMS CHEAP-4Furnished | i in need call on us. 9feblm all hours. Special 'attention to traveling -
or unfurnished -
These are all first-class pieces of WANTED-By a young man, positionas : suitable for light housekeeping. T men. $2.00 per day. J. M. Tug- FOR SALE OR RENT Two lihts;! ;

property and. are gilt edge. investments : stenographer. A-I references On the Hill. locaton: high :MONEY LOANED on all kinds of per! I gle, Prop. ISmarlm t: one with capacity: for 75 thousand: t'.

furnished. Address C-2, care Journal.: and healthy. Close to car- line. Apply -. rcmal property on short notice. CHIPLEY HOTEL-Carl Setterlind 1 lumber, the other thirty thousand ca-

I Saprlm. 314 E. Strong. Phone 1213. Terms easy. J. B. Gray & Co., 2 r W. Prop. Special attention to commerI I pacity. Rates reasonable. Al.cn >',D
16marlm. Romana. Phone 1165. Ifeb cial travelers. Free boats for sale cheap, 22 ft I lorJ .
and bath
I 5 ft writ.1( *,
D. WANTED-Stenographic work Of any rooms. Large rooms with beams. Telephone or
HALE good beds.
WILSON fi CO.J J Chaffin & Co. Milton, Fla.25m:*
'DR.J.H.IY10CKDental g'.ve'same prompt at ROOMS for I MONEY TO LOAN.-On real estate or: $2 per day. ISmarlm: __
tentlon. Phone 285. rent. Good location I
Saprlm. and reasonable 'other sufficient security by !
REAL 1 t:erms. 401 W. Chase St. '| ajplj. BAY HfTEL.-Open. night and 'JUST RECEIVED-Large Shipment of
ESTATE tapr w I ing to Those Pebley, cor. Palafox day
and I
; WANTED .. II Imported Olive Oil. Retail :by pint,
Surgeon. -5,000 pairs of shoes to- I Romana, up stairs. 17no-J. European plan. Rooms! light and:
RENTS AND LOAMS half sole at 'M. Kiedinger's Shoe ]FOR RENT-Two nicely furnished ,_ :.. clean. Transient"; trade solicited I gallon or larger quantity. 0. Morasao
McLii.: grown and Bridge Work a Specialty. Shop, 720 W. Government. Fine rooms at P:: Stone. 17 N. Palafox. TO "LEND 575-579 S. PalafoL Jii S. Nicolas! & Co., ship chandlers and' grocers, 701
9mar. i MONEY On good real e* Prop. South Paiafox.- 4oct
ih Painless repairing of all kinds
Extracting of Teeth. promptly done
: 30 S. Paltfox St.Phone ; I "security, or _
t ate on good .
> satisfaction i collateral: "
ti4. 23 4 S. Paiafox St. I' guaranteed.. Saprlw* -! '
7 and 9 Old Armory Building. 234. _| ;PLEASANT place to board on Northjt at lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks j V )'eaufX? Your&';'*" (ON THE HIGH LAND-East; Hill elee--
I Fisher! building. 21jan'ar j j tric car line, sx: lots 100 ft. front
;t't.Jt1; Phone 1077. : WANTED-The public to know th ? Hill on car line. Address No.8,
we can do all kinds of repairing: are Journal. Z7m 1 by 137 deep, corners J700, insi'le!
float building horse shoeing;, etc. J. MQNEY LOANED on all kinds of personal 1tI\e I II 10ts'$600. There are no better sltititions -
DR. C. E. t property on short than-these lots. A. V Ciubb-.
BENNETT, i G. Welsh Carrage: Co. 21fe3 ]ROOMS: FOR RENT-furnished or un- notice.
J. W.
furnish d. Mrs. Terms easy. Bullard. upstairi urr ltoJItonthl
I M. J. Robinson, 600
OSTEOPATH. COURT HOUSE DYEING. Pressing E. Gadsden St. 24marlm 28% South .Paiafox St., Phone 1144. FOR SALE-Four room house w'tii
m I4tI-:; WILL RE-OPEN OFFICES IN PENt Here is Your and Cleaning Club, 212 N.DeVIUersSt finor \ bath, at Goulding, with two lots.
14k: SACOLA APRIL 1st. J. Apply to L. M. Davis. P. 0. Box 633,
Mrs. T.
pavis Prop. Your
patronage WANTED;
few boarders at 212 Wi; City. 10'uar1n'FOR
Opportunity solicited; satisfaction guaranteed. Gregory. New house, good UNLIMITED amount or money to loan : I
\ Careful attention given 'ladies'garments. neighborhood I on: aU kinds of personal property. utorial ftrfiction""THE j
A "Want" Ad. yvillsell to" make an investment which Phone 122:. and on car line. ISmarlm:* i Special rates to business men on.large: MOST,BEAUTIFUL MAOAZINBJ SALE.-Improved and untmprJi'

I Trill y'eld; you a bg! profit. It's I I sbj.NICE FURNISHED ROOMS for ;cans The New York Loan Co., 204 U IN TilE WORLD" ei: property In all parts of the city
8K: most anything. only a loj 66x90 feet. but It'son rent South Paiafox. Ask J. A. Wilson & Co., Real Estate Agents.
WANTED.-Hauling and Newly clean newsdealer
the I transfer furnished an3 nice, your for this superb Room 7, Salisbury building. Phone
corner of
Garden and '
work. Office phone 363 reildenc near stom< e. Apply at magadae. If,he, does not
RaHroid ; ;e p ; 128j E. handle it 23jaa:
1& struts. ? 172.
If you're in need of ed If interest. phone 390. 'Acosta & White 22-28 N. Government; street, Mrs. B. M. Trainer, send us his name and address vifaywr
telephone No. 223 and ask Tarragona St. janlm. LOST name and address and:
:25nur loc. for sample AUTOMOBILES.-I am agent (or die
1i:4: anything a "Want"ad. for / J__nn_ __tflSSJt tULt1JJWrLrJtr- copy. Regular price, '?sc. -Mention Pope Mfg. Co. and can sell you autO

:G O. W. PRYOR, JR. NEW UPRIGHT PIANO to 'exchange Old newspapers at five cents a bundle LOST: -On? pointer dog, white with this paper. y from $500.00 up. They cost less tfcsa
will fetch it. for lot on East HilL !Address P. at this office. They are all cleantod lemon ears, about two years old. Return Burr Publishing Company horses to keep up. They can be nia
o 0. Box 207. 30mr nice. to 114 West Garden street,' 3acr 4 West 224 Street --- York city in sand anywhere :a horse can go.

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SALE_ r.N1.t.N..N4 .O..................NO.-...N :
McMillan Bros. Co.

Lester Piano, mahogany ,flue,order, IACSIEY i 6COMMISSION COMPANY i -- -

$350, price now' $275, used only ,
months. $10 cash balance $3 .
a (eft J

per Irving month., handsome case, was $300 i BROKERS i y

now $;15; very little used. Terms $10 A MATCHLESS SALE .
cash. $6< Per """IClut' *- II WEST i
handsome FIA.
-ase, iras $400 now $335. A bargain. e 1

Terms 514iw.$15;)high cash grade$8 Per mahogany month. ; was PrjvateVires N. Y.;. N. 0.. and Chicago.conONSIQCKSGRAINPROVISIONSandBONDS. I '

1430' DOW $390; rented only few l invite, you to our biggest and best Millinery Show. Famous for years

Lints.Sterling$20, ebony cash case$10,per was month.$350 now | ; > for amageificent: combination of millinery art, novelty and beauty with commercial f9

H20, $10 cash. $6 per month. Naval Stores. common sense and moderate prices, the present showing will be found f9
nsed Gutter seven large month size, Jaakoswyr was $400 case now; ., ; ; Bought and Sold on Margin or forlnvestmsat Savannah, Ga., April 7.-The naval f to eclipse anything heretofore displayed.
stores market closed today: 'as folio
'%;S: $10 cash $8 per month. ; < > W.\V. ..5'20VG. AS: Description is impossible--the hats are both too many and too beautiful
walnut case, was $375 usedt Reference
Kimball I : First National and Peoples Bash
,o ,;ears now $185, $10 cash bal-, Phone 1173 J \ .5 05 P to be described. We can. only give you a glimpse of the VALUES and

knee $7 of the per above month.All .are upright pianos i hN... 1N1N......................................4 N M..4 4 90 85 ,promise you that the STYLES are as beautiful as you could imagine in your ,

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and we guarantee them. We have 16 most exalted 'mom nts.
pianos from $16 to $45.' 50c I..4. 25
square H. ...4 10
per week CLUTTER; food for MUSIC practice.HOUSE, G.. '...',.... 3' 80 Superb Trimmed Hats o aea d
Pensacola, Fla. P...3 73B f '

Banking Mail .,-.3 75 With the that Paris could do for inspiration, as models, wen -
fOR SALE-1900 (barrels Black Paint, By D.. 3 75 have produced a largo number of Trimmed Hats which: we ask you to
in one barrel lots or carloads, made C..3 75 'A; compare, beauty for beauty with anything the city can show. To these
expressly for painting metal, shingleand r.4 own designers have added hundreds cf their own cre>2)tlons. Special
iron roofs, iron cars, smokestacks The great Improvements in the postal : prices on .:Monday, .
structural ironwork, ship bot-
tom, etc. For prices samples etc., service make it possible for people in Liverpool Cotton Market. : $t5 J20 $18. $iS $12.50 and w espsciallyCl sea: +

write to The Alcatraz Co., Richmond. any part of the country to secure Jin.-Feb .. Olom.71 large showing at 1 ,

Va._aprl-8.15-22* banking and savings facilities enjoyed Feb-Mar. 7y MORE THAN 3,000 TRIMMED HATS

FOR aiL&-An installment business Har.-April............................590 I 'r'7 AT $5.00.
in Pensacola with over 500 lease ac by city people. April-Mal' .v.5.9-j:
counts Will sell cheap for cash..Owner May-June.................................5.97 l.; A line for which we haye been so h \ \
has other business and cannot attend One Dollar June-Jalr -. long famous and in which our leadership i
to !it :Address ")lc.; care this I July-August f.93 has been so universally admitted \
9 Augnst-September..'.:................5.94 -
little comment Is beyond I
office. 8apr that necessary
September-October .
fOR SALE-My property, 416 E. Bra Opens a Savings Accountand ...5,73 b 8fOctoberNovember / / the statement that the present r j 4 '
inard St, consisting. four Jots 40 November-December.. .5.7'2I showing at this price Is both the larg ,
xloO feet; 'a two story dwellhig! containing I Deoenber-January .....:.. ........5.72 ( t est and the best we have ever display
6 rooms, hall ways, bath room a few dollars added to it each Liverpool Spots 614. t I ed.

closets sea l entire and property pantry. On for car 300000.line; will E.I week or month will soon build it up New York-Cotton Market.t ; '"Tailored" Street Hats :t9,5 cents '

L. Reese. 22feb I to a nice sum. We will add four percent Open High Low Close \ or $7.50.

compounded March 10.99 ,
I semi-annually.
FOR SALE-Choice Pekin duck eggs I May 11.20 11.21 11.18 11.19 Another line in whch! we are admittedly pre-eminent. We give a choice
$1.50 per dozen. Single comb July 1L15 ILl'11.13/ 11.15 A t from nearly a thousand styles at these moderate prices. In this as in/the
brown Leghorn eggs $1.00 per setting.B. (I August 10.98 10.99 1093 1099 n$5 line, we promise value for price nearly double obtainable elsewhere
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October .. .....
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P. rocks, the same $5.00 hun- '
10,60 10.60 10.54 10.60 ,
dred delivered! In Pensacola. 3 triosof { toto

tions ducks given at upon$5.00 request a trio. to Plain raise direc-poultry FIRST NATIONAL BANK New New York Orleans Spots Spots, IL70, lljtfWheat More than three hundred Sample Shirt Waist Hats, all toto

Howell In, city Box 36 lots, Warrington successfully.Fla.F. N.: OF .PENSACOLA Open High., Low Clot new and up-to-date styles worth $3 $4 and $5 MONDAYyour ;
30mar2w I May_.......TO 77J. .*% VK 4
W H.;Kaox1.rs,Pres..-w.;K. HTBB JR., V.-Pres. and CasMer. JuIr.'j'l !'j" 774 77% choice for '
FOR SALE-A fine gentle and docile
T, and W:N'ROBmR. Aest. Cashier Corn. $1..15.
donkey can be used in saddle or harness i DmEOTOBB-J' C. Brent,'A. Blount. W. H. Knowles W. K. Hyar Jr.. I
very fat, and in first-class condi! D. G. Brent. H.,.............Open.J5;, High 46j Low 45 y Close 461Jo11 /e 10 dozen Children's White Silk Streamers worth $1.25 d i
tion. Price $35.00. Apply to A. A.Tlsher I _.Gft 46. 151g &, : r

New .York*Stock. Market 3 of anyone-s MONDAY 75 cents. 1& '
J -- r $ money, ,
FOR SALE-Buggy in good condition. : "* Open Close6ontherPacina. ,
Thos. Pebley. .;....!art..:..,.- % 65,+
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-/Va. 8S03.- .OOPP... a..R.'...-..............:..?...-.111 144%$ lllly 140Atch. 'c. F LK9D f.f.J {

FOR SALE Shoe making and repairto Co\Y.LAMAR Prest/sat. JOHN PFEIFFER Assistant CaiHUr. ,.....................:.....9s s 93y
; shop; ,established trade; no M.E..CLARK.yiu-Pretident and CaiMer. j. W. ANDREWS, Assistant! Cashier. A.R ,................,.:... 160LL 15994 f fl
competition; good opening for good B.R 1'..........i...t..... sly' 86i it.
man. J..,JJinflel, Bagdad, Fla: B.0......... -4...llSJi 118 I
6apr16t. Ii THE AMERICAN NATIONAL. Erie.;................... ... ,=,t ,
L o.'.I .'..i{.... Ell 60i I l "1ltn r? "m7:n n-'

FOR SALE-Registered Berkshire' U. S............-.-... 41% 4:.'" -
hogs; best. of breeding. Ask for OF PENSACOLA FLit; U.S.,'preferred. ..71... 1073i logy I .
catalogue Carl' Setterlind,. Chipley, DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. R.5.....'. "H., 3131 I L' -. -------
Ha. 1.& N..150 1496
CAPITAL STOCK,. 200800. SURPLUS, $60.0) Lesd..o, 83a S-
P.M................_.......... 96 11 9e NES'.r
FOR SALE-40 acre farm 10 acres In I .
DIRECTORS. ...... 60'% 60;
pecans; 2miles south of Chipley on B. Can.Pac........;........;....173 172)i LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD COMPANY
c. & St A. R. R.; also 120 acres 20 Henry L. Covington,' Frank Reilly, F. E."Brawncr, N.L 0 .......).....].... U4H 'I4-1J. ,
acres improved. 2% milesfrom town. J. M. Pfeiffer W. S. Rosasco, C. \'.', L+rnar, P.O.?-...._.) Through and Local Time Tables Beiwsa Ponsactla and Points North. .. ;
Address J, B. Hogeboom, Aycock Fla. Bryan Dumvodyv T. F. McGourln, J. R, Sainders, B'D'Q.....*...........wr 138H 1.3iy Arrived. READ DOWN READ UP
Smarlm A. M. Avery, W. ".Milton, 0. E. M,ura, 8P -'p.-. 177JJ ,176% Irydene Brit S3 Rogers, 2277, Gulf
'W. L. Cawthon, Dr. W. J. Hannah MvKcnzle OerUng, I R.I............................. :27y xis Called for bunker coal. Trains Not. Trains Nos.
FOR S.ALE-Ten new and second Alex McGowan, (c: M. Covington, M. E. Clark. 18 R.... .................. ...... 40y /1K port Kerriemoor, Brit ss Scorer, 2109, 2 4 3 1
second hand office safes, differentsizes T,C. ._.........;.. 151 151Penns 11:05pm: 11: cam Lv. .. .PE'nsaco'a. .. .. .Ar. 5OOam 4:00pn:
best makes at bargain prices. Accounts of Banks, Individuals, Corporations and Firms Solicited.Four .... ........................ 141' 1417/ Venice. Cleared. 6:30am 6:20pm Ar.. ...Mont omery. .. .Lv. 9:35pm 1l:15am
Scarritt Moreno, office. East Government U.P.......... __.:..:. 15,]. 1566- Irydene, Brit es Rogers 2277, Bohia 1lt5am 9:10pm Ar.. ....Birm ngham .. .. Lv. 4:20pm 8:33a.m
cent Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
St. 24mar per Blanco. 7:25pm 3:17am Ar..Nashville..Lv. 8:45am: 225am

Ausley & Co's. Daily Cotton Letter. Sailed. 8:00pm 3:37am. v.. ., .. .tlas vi e. .. ... .lU. 8:11am: 3:05am
WANTED-To loan' money on your Upland, Swed 53 Ingvorsen, 1578 1:25am I 8:16am Ar. ;. .Evann1lla.. .. .Lv. 3:00am I 9:20pm
watches, Jewelry and : New York, April l.-L-verpool
fects. personal ef .................. ......................NeeO o e90 N : came much better than was looked Grangenouth.Gurli 7:40am 2:10pm Ar..St. Louis..Lv. 8:45pm 3:30pm
Highest cash price for old gold I J. S. REESE, President E. W. MENEFEE. Cashiar. for. !, Russ bk, Blomterg, 702, 1S0pIIt 3:21am Lv? .. .NahnUe .. .Ar. 8:2 am 2:15am
| Spots 614, sale3 of 8,000 bales
and silver. Llghtman & Klein, 106 E. R. M. CART, Vice-President J this k the highest for days.; I Queenstown. 2Ham I 8:30am I Jar.. _, ..J..ou'svUl.e .. ? Lv. 2:45am 9:30po
Bright! Phone 1127. Futures, many ( 7:2am: 12:0ln'n Ar,. .. .Cincinnatl..Lv. 11:00pm: 6:OOpm
PEOPLE'S I were from 6 to 7 points i
FOR SALE-A, R. Bingham has a higher. As a result of the better Between Pensacola, Mobile and New Orleans.
good team of mules for sale. See Directors-L. J. R..evu, J. S. Reese W. CeC. Kessler R. M. Gary., cables our markets opened 'at an advance S lms"l '
them on his new coat f>b2?. W. A.. D'Alemberte T. A. Jennings J. J. Hootcn. i of some 12 points but after the Alpha Ger Str, 2693 Brink Hull to 6&.7 2&.3 4&. ; 3&.2 1&.4 5&.6
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. I opening call there was very little doing order. 7OOam'11:05pm11:55am: ;Lv.Pensaeola..Ar.l-: 5:00ami '4OOpm
HOUSES FOR SALE-Lease or rent, YOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. eif ,, in fact it was somewhat in the August Belmont, Br ss, Clarke, 10:45am: 2:55am 1o)1e! ..Lv.12:4Dam11:59am 6:30pm :
near car line on Little Bayou. Ap- ( 0.NNON............... ............41P1N00iN"D9. nature'of a holiday affair. All the cot 2967, Bremen to ,Gulf Transit Co. 6OOpm 7:15am 4Upm/Ar 8:15pmIAr./ New Orleans Lv.( 8:15pml.( . .... 9:25am i ii
ply to Phillip Hannah, Little Bayou. ton markets of the world will be Ascension De Larrjnaga, Brit Str,
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---- and, rather think Transit Co.
FARM FOR SALE-80 acres located L AXiLmj3B au*''.PBumUT. T.li.'W CLL4S Vt01.Pne/lIDiI/ 1'. ts satisfied we with the talent I Dora Br ss, Mitchell 1459 Buenos 21 I 5 I 1 I 3 Trams: do not stop at stations 2 I 4: I 6 I 122
what they have I j
at Cottage Hill on railroad; all fenced E.M. BUSHNFUi.CASHIKB. MANSFIELD NOR:NO Agsr.CAJiBtss these holidays are passed and until Ayres. DailyDa'.lyIDal1YIDaily! ; ( ( where no time Is shown Daily(IDailylba.ilyrDaily]

fc: and with large house, barns out- Citizens National Bankof look for a very dull market during Monsaldal; Brit ss 1783 Davis, ... .. 4:551: 2:30 2:50'' Lv.. .. .Flomaton .Ar 12:0 15: 8:25'. ....
houses, etc. Creek runs through the the coming week unless of course Santos to H. Baars & Co. .. ... 5:00: 2:35 2:55./ .. .. .Century .. .. 1:40 1:21 8:21 .. .; 1
land, and 4 or 5 springs are also on Pensasola; Florida. some radical: change In the weather Senator Holleseen, Ger ss, Lange .... 5:07 3:41'3:05..BIuf.Springs .. .. .12:33 1:15 8:15. ...
the land. Plenty shade trees and ape Of"' shouU1 occur to force covering on"one 1232, Cardiff. ..... 5:172:513:20.: .. _. cDavid. .. .. .12:22' 1N( 8:06. .. l
pie' pecan peach and plum trees. Geo. W:Wrigtt. :Morris Bear. T.B: Welles. l JY.Rvb 1 ()n. L. Hilton Gre"n. side or the otner. The trade seemedto Spennymoor, Br, ss, Nairn, 1722, ... 5:30 3:0W3:36.; .. ..PineBarren .. ... ..12:08 12:52 7:55. ... .
Good soil; also hare a lot sf fine breed ,A GENERAL. EAMXING BUSINISS TRANSACTED have no decided opinion either Huel"a.I .. 5:39 3:133:50.] : .. .. .Malin. .. .. ...11:59 U(3 7:47. .. ..
chickens ducks, hogs, goats, pea t way and occupied reserved seats on I' Ships.. .. .5:431. '1-4:Ot ? .. .Quintette .. .. .. .11:51'12:34'7:39: ....
foals pigeons, geese and turn ys of the fence waiting for something new Orpheus Aust ship Medanlc Trieste. ... *5:53'3:264:11.: .. ..Cotta mIl .. 'l1:4412:29'7:34
allldnds. Reasonfor selling is that I .--- --- -.J- in the crop or statistical poston: : to ... .. ..5:5: / 3:29.4:15.: .' .,.Cantonment .. .11:40\ 12:26 7:31.... ..
have BO one,to manage place. A greatoarga'n turn up.'While. Bal't..I. .. ... *6:01 *3:3114:23.: : .. ....Gonzaler.. .. .11:35'12:21/.7:26.: ...
either as an investment or It M. car", """ I'fJ. Jno. i4gsjyy, the situat'on is so well balanced Anna M, Ital bk, Alcese, 868, Ha- .... .6:033:361'25.: [ ; ; .. .. ...Roberts.11:33'12197:24., ....
for party looking for a good farm on rr... ...cL.: c 1)C: '-'. lie/;'y. it admits of no 'strong turn .. .(. 4:4'O ,. .. .. ...OliVe.: .. ... 'l1.22 .12.097:15: .. ..
which to make money. Everything Wltol tal. and Retail Dealer 10 either way. It is certain that the Preeursore, Ital bk Schiaffino, 1508 .... .6'15.3:51'!=4:48 .. x. ..Bre t. .. .. .. .11:15!*12:04 .7:09 ..... l
genuine and just as represented. No Steam, Domestic, Anthracite 'non.speculative interests in the mar Genoa to Rosasco Bros. .. 6:25 .3:54'4:52.: : .. ....Oo ldilg.. ? *11:11/12:0: / : 7:05. .. .. t
take. Write or call on W. H. Morgan Blacksmith CO A L ket must be pleased with it Such a Scillin, Ital bk, Zeno, 1220, South- 6:301 4.00, 5.00 Ar... ..Pensacola .. Lv. <1 7:00. .. .
Box 453. Pensacola, for further Jar and state of affairs, however, partakestoo hampton to Rosasco Bros. \'o.21. 1 23
uIars. iC-1 Office-No. 43 South Palafox street Telephone 93. much of the ideal to last long and Starthem Br bk, Maitland, 1272. PM I. ,I I 1 ''No.

Yard corner Tarragona and Gonzalez 'streets. Phones fi and 372 Q probably when no one is looking Antwerp. 5: O.. .. ... .. ..PensacoTa ......Ar 1050. .. ...1 11:15:
FOR) SA.LE-95*4 acres of land half ..- """ ":1""' ",:: '."\"; '1 same factor will be thrown irto the Sfhooners. 5:20... .. .1:13'f .. ... .BJhf'1I11a.. .. .... ............. '10:5q l;
mile from city, northwest; 70 acres balancethat will move pr ces strongly Donna ChrI fna, Am sch McLeod. 5:22. .. ... .. ... 7HS.. .. .. .Gull Point? .. ... .11:33 .. .. ..10:53 ;
timber land, sub soil clay; 25* under either way and will. cause another 165,, Cardenas. 5:25........ ...;.. ., .. .. ..Yn'e tra.. .' .... .......... .........'10:60
cultivation" clay sub soil. Dr. T. A. For Sale' Pensacola Stn} Andrews speculative campaign. Joseph W. Hawthorn Am sch, 516, 5:29.: .. .. .... .. ,718.. .. ...Eacanbla. ... .......108 .... ....'10:47:
**Far, 519 Guillemarde St.. and Exports to date aggregate 5,362,000 Hoffses, to J. A. llerrltt & Co. 5:40.. ... 1:25.- .r .. ...Muat.! .. ..... '10:19 .... ... *10:36
30mar2w bales against 6,691,000 bales last John PauL.Am sch,-352, fbss, to Ji 5:45... . ., ;,.. .. ... ,.' .. .Harp. .. .. .. .. . . .. .10:32
FOR- : FOR .SALE-Grocery. store and residence ioSTEAM.: > year and after all deductions are A. Merr'tt & Co. .5:57... .,. .. '.'75.: ,. .Galt City. .. ..... .... . ... .. .10:21
SALE-My lodging house for combined Including stock, made it would appear that there is Thoa. S. Dennison Am 8 rh, Wade, :$9.. .. .... .Milton. .. .... .. 10:05.<; .. ... 10:14
;sale Fourteen rooms newly fur- fixtures, etc; nice home, good water, yet to como from the present crop 1329, Baltlmpie to order. .. .... .. ,..Gool Range .. .. .. ..... ... .. 9:43 :
fi-shed throughout It is on a good one whole bloccunder'fence.' Cash W. C lARrtOW about l,50tM)5) bales. Confronted awe Union, Br sch 72. Tala, Honduras. c I : .. .., .. ...HJ'ts: .. ... ... ... . ... .. ..e 9':15
paying basis and centrally located; Corner Maxwell;'and-Stb. ave. Maiter.FlRSr.CLAl' : .. .. .
only. are by unmerchantable cotton -- : .. .! Milagan. 9:12... .. 8:5%
Y:* lOCks from postoffice part cash. Mrs. Z. P. Ryan, P.. O. Box 614. PAS3EAUK3; AND light: weight bales etc., it is hard to MONDL\Y WE WILL SELL 20 .. : .. .. ".Crestv.ew: ? .. .. 9:04.: .. ...... 8:38
Apply to Mrs. B. M. Trainer, 128% 13marlm' ,' FREluPENSACOtA. .< EU.VICElietw"Jj1 see how the supply can last the sea YARCS, LONDSDALE BLEACHED 6:03..7: .. u .. Deer Land. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. e 8:03
fzL Government St 30mar[ > son out.. COTTON FOR $1.60.. NO ONE ,. ; ..: .. .rossy Head .. .. .. 8:33.: .. ... 7:4G
FoR ..\ -IIouselxold goods, ted FOR SALE:-Nice, clean- 'old newspapers :- "We hold to our vOOopinon OVER ONE ; '; r.DeFunlak Springs? .... 8:13... ... 6:51
clothing| linen and dishes. Apply: at UTS cants: bundle. This officeL MOBILE APALACHI-" of.the market and firmly believe that CUT.F.. E. ,BRAWNER.The : .. ,. -. ,..Argyle .. ..... 7:44.. .. .. 6:42
631 H Government St 25iaarlm! COLA. CARRABELIE, ST. 'AN- purchases made on easy periods.an.d ; ., 'H Ponce DeLeon.. u .. 7:29... .... 6:20
P. DREWS, MILLVILLE patiently will ultimately return. good men who wear our 5e and $1 10:121.( ... .... 10:10.. .'e1Vestvllle.. .. .... 7:1i.. ... 6:00
FOR SAL: Eggs from standard bred I profits. We expect no decline! of importance Soft 'Shirts will wear the best shirts 10:22'. ... .... ,10:15., r. H.CaryvUle. ,. ..' .. 1.:12... ... 5: Z.
prize/tantaB Barred Rocks, fifteen Expect more for your money here And all point, on St Andrew Bay, even from this *evel., the made for the" money. H. 0. Ansoa. 10:45.... .... 1030.: '.. ....Bonifay.. .. ...... 6:55. ... ..'... 64
$1.50; fifty $3. Also Ohio improved than elsewhere and "1'OU'U not be dis Carrabeiie! and .ApaJa'/ ;hICOIa. spot:demand is.too strong and crop 11:12.... .... lOU ,. u. ....,Chipley.. .. .. .. 6:37... ... 4:53
Chester \\ Pigs; pedigreed. Mrs. appointed. H._ .0, Anson. preparations too backward. 11:29.... ... 10:58.: ,; .. ".Aycock.. .. .. ... 6:27........ 4:3
.lauie B. Hughes. Chlpley, Fla. SCHEDULELeave ; Cables from abroad state that the er on. Whatever it may be weather .11:43... .... 11:07.: .. eo ,. ..COttondale.. .. ... 6:18.... .... 44
-.3marlm'S' Peusacoia Sunday, 8:30 report from the, Faaferatlon of ""Spin conditions remain the principal' feature 1:10.... .... 11:25.. .. ....Marianna.. .. .. 6:00.... .... 3:'5.;5
c.. MONDAY -WIt. !.. SELL: SHORT nj., for Mobile AJa. 'p- ners unquestionably confirms a consumption to watch and. go by. in our opera 1%:H,.... .... '11:45" ;. ? .,.C)1lress.. .. .. 5:38... .... 3:19
Hughes BROWN U'.tiHOnx5-Kul> LENGTHS OF FITCHVIttE Leave Pensacola Taesdaj. 8JO of 12,000,000 bales. There tions. %: .... .... '11:52.. .. ..Grand Ridge.. .. .. b:32: ..,. .? 3:61
straIns; egg record< 240 per BLEACHED DOMESTIC, 10 TO 21 m.. for St Andrew.. MiUvhle Apa-p. were some rains reported from Texas Spots In New Orleans were advanced 1:13.. ... ';", '1Z02; .! _. .. ..Sneads. .. :.. C 51.: .,. .... :48:
phullet: .The farmer's and fancier's YARD LENGTHS! AT 6t/2c YARD. lachicola.. Carrabelle and intermediau fcut on the whole the weather was another 1.16 to day while In 1:30,.... .... 1215 .,.Rlver Junction ; 6:10.... .... %:30
forM EglS for hatching. An'al1 NO ONE OVER'TW PIECES. points. fayofabU although temperatures are New York they were advanced 10 10:501.... .... 7:40 Ar e. ..Jacksonville.. .. Lv I 9:05 .!.. .... 4:01:
1 $' guarantee. prices" : Pen. No. _.F... ,.BRAWNER. For addiUonal.lnta-ma2on: apply t still too low. I poInts AM I I I.PM' I AM PMTrains
? pens Nos. 2 and 5, $1.50 for 15. J. R. SAUND RS, Any further delay In planting .-
gnnyside Poultry Farm; DeFunlak Pajamas, India .CrepeNainsook; and B. R. COBB. Prwident would be taken into account Immediately We've exclusive. patterns In Negligee 21 and 23 inn trains and 3 carry through sleeping car betwG4f
'wings f Fla. References-anyone In Madras $1.50 and .$2.00 per. suit H. Gen. Frt. and Pass.Pensacola. ,AI:" otherwise success will have to : Shirts, coat style, $1.00.) H. O. Pensacola and Jacksonville via River Junction and Seaboard Air Line. 11t

Cltr. 13marlm I 0,, Anson. .- '. \ Fla. waif for the Infallible crap scare iat-| Anson -TraJu cton oa ;;

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weaken in price: upon the arrival -
FOUf\TEE' VESSELS HAILING of the Greek fishermenand

I immediately dropped: '
FROM THIS BE quotations
hen .the' large catches. of sponges Cut Price .-.'.
ENGAGED IN THE WORK- were made. One vessel having been The Pioneer
out twenty-one dayi brought ,200@
PRODUCT' WILL. LATER BE ,300 bunches of sponges, equivalentin
: value to about $6,000 to $6,500.
CURED AND SHIFTED FROM The activity of'the Greek fishermen -'

THIS CITY.' :, in Florida waters is causing h Clothing House
i alarm' among the Florida' sponge
I|hookers, and if the former prosecute
Y 1 the'fishing throughout the summer .
L A new industry for Pensacola and:;,months the vocation of the Florida '

one that, }in' the course of time may fishermen bids fair to .be a thing! of '

develop considerable importance is :! the past. The future of the Florida of PENSA C OLA
sponge mantel is problematical and .
that of sponging and,a large fleet of I
&fry vessels Is. now outfitting; in the slip, hinges entirely on the catches, made p. ,
and naw beds cf sheepswool sponges
between Palafox and Bayien streets:I
that may be discovered the progressive ,
for the voyage, to the west coast of!! p "
; the Florida peninsula where it will' ;!!, Some"claim Greek that deep the water.divers.closing of the 'THERE'S Ai REASON.-Everything bought from first hands for cash. You
; engage in the business of diving for .
f k.w sponges.. A, number of .citizens, of I' Mediterranean firm Influence sponge on beds prices will abroad havea f get advantage of this:.with all the discounts.WE '
Pensacola"are interested in -
the project I![ which will reflect on the market '
prominent among them being D.: believe the BUSINESS.That's '
Kugleman. Others in the deal are C.I here. Others however is WANT YOUR .
and at present the trade
.1 Mitchell,. D. Mitchell N. Angelo Arthur -i at 'sea regarding the final develop- show and are able to sell
Peter. 'N. Cbrcod'elos' John Car-! why we you that ws own our goods right you

Its, John Maltezo Jos. GFazo and ments. right. Give us a look and .we think you will buy your Easter Suit from us. We
'r '- George Vasso, the latter all being '
1't' tit'ri Greeks. 7 I I YARDS MONDAY! SCOTCH WE WILL LAWN SELL AT 25c.10 have them in all the shades styles and grades, ranging in price from $5.00 to I

EASTER in The the fleet.slip .is which composed U now, of outfitting'the following -' NO ONE OVER '10 YARDS. SOLD $15.00 for men, and $1.5Q to $5.00 for bDfs" And don't forget we want I
FROM" 9 TO 11 AND 2 TO 4
Canary vessels Sta. :Nicola Alpis, Olga Bobolina Nautilus.and!..f O'CLOCK. BRAWNER. you to.see our Shoes, Hats, Underwear, Ties, Sox, Belts, and Suspenders, also I.
F. E.
W. M. Crawford, and a number of
others will be r ,
added as .
soon. as arrangements
--11' 1!_ It's hard to describe the beautyof .
1$44t total of at least can be 14 vessel made making when allOT a our Spring ClotWn'g. We would 'rather Ask for our Marvel $ *50-Patent, Leather Shoes in the Late. St. Regis Toe;

',{r11.,e To all of our friends 'and-pat- vessels, In commission.are fitted with Seven complete of diving theI: show it. 'H. O. Anson., also our Extra Fine Patent'Colt, Waldorf Toe at :4OO.. 'Now don't wait till the

rons we extend an Easter Greet. apparatus'' for deep water work, FOR CHARITY.By Musical. Con- last day, but enow' 'while stock is complete., We await you and will tako
special request the : I
it is the intention
as of the promotersof
bi V$ JL ing. the scheme dive for the spongesiin I cert and military drill will be re- pleasure in showing, you.I i

'g s Easter is the time tor tun- water upward. of 125 feet inj i peated Wednesday night} April 11th,
0 at Knights of Pythias Hall, Qn North .
depth. About one hundred men will
shine and for flowers accompany the expedition a numberof ) Coyle street. If, you want to enjoy '. 'S' : : I'
don't miss Calve Walk]
It's the time when nature vessels of which are expected to yourself the I TheMN&.Q11'
sail from, this.'port curing the coming by'the junior boys and: girls. i
!1 ; ,,yF smiles and we all take a fresh week. Refreshment will be served by the
t company of ladies. Admission 25
31 grlp'on life. Headquarters of Fleet. .

It's -the natural desire for man T If the is scheme the, intention'of to make the the promotersof headquarters cents Special; reserved accommodation seats 'for 35 cents.white 3.23 S. Palafox St. PENSACOLA ,FLA.J l.,

Mrs. Patsy .Thomas, man- ,
+ and boy to appear In'n w gaf.ments of the vessels at Tarpon Springs .
as'I II ager. -- .. .
which! '
is located on what isknown : -- "'- .
1 4 on Easter Sunday I sub-penmr.ula. in Hillsborough county I ,"- _: .; .. :, _... __:, : __: .. ._. .. : _._' :. _.. ,. ..f.ffi : !
and at which place a large number '
xfi We're in full bloom Spring I see'in -
What ads.
of vessels rendezvous. you our you'll'findin
now Tarpon
i display of Suits Hats Neck. Springs. has for 'yeas} been one of our store. H. O. Anspn.j WZ. 1a, :.it 4 LAND FRAUD -- .
Bargain Sale of Furniture. I I
the principal sponge manner the :
wear, Shoes, Furnishings and I The : Fu'rnlture ; > II i
Rhode.s-iFutch.coUins -
I--- state, its only competitor being Key Death and TaxesAre
all sorts of springy things for West, and there are established at Company is:.1i a; tEat point immense"plants for curing very fine furniture a at\; attractive | !
Easter. prices in "to-day's 'issueThis: is a j ft admittedly the only sure things in life. What you
sponges, preparing tt m for the -'$ fi are sure will happen you are. wise if you prepare for.
fI bargain sale in/furniture an.d. inducements j
If you're not ready for Eas market and making shipment to The ." .
I northern points. Later on ware:5' are offered to cash customers. SEEKS TO CANCEL
; ter Sunday we can put in f.
you houses will Be established at this The .Edsall-Wintbrppe; ;' Stock Co. Equitable's Continuous Installment Policy t
-' order In about thirty minutes point and the catch of the vessels -" The following''y'ery complimentary PATENT ISSUED TO LAN'DON ,
a.. has all the 'good features of the old policies, and decide"dly I e
hailing from this port will be brought notice in regard' ]\6\ the'E.i3'allWi CHOCTAWHATCHEESpecial new' features that
and '
you lL be as well dressed as were formerly never dreamt of-
here, cured and prepared for thenarket thrope Hock which opens .
company! Let '-explain! it to you.
t 1 any man in the Easter parade. .v. FOLEY'SHONEY an engagement .nere to-morrow istaken Examiner" F. W. Marsh on
One of the vessels, which was: built : 'from .the Mobil''Register; : .
Fair and satisfactory prices, Friday heard .the evidence in a cas) Insurance, Alfts
at this port and is owned by C. The Eds'all-Winthrope Stock Com- ordinary Knowles Bros.Gen'i
that promises to be of more, than
1; ,+rf as usual :Mitchell, is of a peculiar Grecian rig pany opened an 'engagement of five interest. The action was Fire; Life .
known as "Trocaderie" and is, possibly bights and two matinees' at the Mobile
the United States againstJ. .,
brought by .. _.
Theatre last -=: "-"" -
the only one if its kind ever seen night 'toa' large au -
I here although-it is said there are'a, dience at popular prices. J. McCaskili & Co., of ''Freeport, I

number of them in .service at the The ,opening bilj"{,..was the four-act and patent was,'for to a the fain.'quarur( purpose of :cancelinga .section !........eooo.O..ooooweeeem... o0o4e.0o...oao a I II
This vessel is nautical aTama' The -
sponging 'grouna's.: ; ; "Lighthouse: I ?: 7NgdOL ;
forty feet long" and is built rather'' Robbery" which was given very of land along the Choctawhatch e riv .

H O. AWSON high at bow and stern The peculiar acceptably, The leading lady of the originally conveyed by the United Iron Works .Supply Co. i
States 16 W. J. -'Ward. The govern- and
feature about.her is the mast which company.Miss: Pearl "Winth'rope, is a
ranges out.over'the bow at .a sharp and TARCURES 'Pretty blonde,. and a capable little ment's contention is that the patentwas I. Manufacturers and Repairers of MACHINERY AND BOILERS, f t

.1 GASH CLOTHIER, angle along boom resting against actress' : Miss Grace Perctte as Ruth procured through fraud., FORGINGS! MILL, AND, STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES, STEAMSHIP O
the foot of the mast and extendingaft was very good.!f3fiss.Florence. :Booth It.tis' understood that several other t; ,REPAIRS A SPECIALTY; Prompt attention given to all orders | !

.h Corner Palafoi and Main, at aboutthe angle of the gaff on as Mrs.; Manly added much towards actions of similar nature will""be commenced ;: day or night: Agents for James McKay .& Co.'s celebrated Los and *
In the center of the evening's: entertainment. Ralph ,if the 'government is successful -, ;
I. an ordinary ;vessel. : t. 'I1m >-er'Dos. also chains of all descriptions. Office phone 123. Reil- ? :
M1f t.1+ the vessel\ there is a cockpit, square McDonald as Tom Manly was a good in establishing contention .in 3 dence phone 1029. P. 0. Box 123. PHIL WITTMAN, Mgr. ?
:: in which is ths: apparatus for supply actor. De Loss B. Edsall as Si Kidder the present instance, involving a large .. .
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ing air to divers working underwater Coughs and olda was the life: of the show, aid 'amount of land in West Florida. ,
The sail is furled on the mast 'won much applause by his comedy The' testimony in the case 'Will be
and when'set presents an immense work. The other members of the prepared' and referred to the United
Capital area to the "wind. The vessel also company gave good support. States Court GET YOUR'ELECTRIC
4M* carries a small jib which ocupies the PREVENtSan The specialties! Introduced were ,
triangular space under the mast 'and : very pleasing and alone worth. the MONDAY WE WILL SELL: 10
Idea I I&s' between the apex thereof and the i admission price. YARDS LAWN FOR 85c. SEE OUR
F deck but does not extend outboardon I At the children's matinee this! SHOW. WINDOW.
a. boom as is the case with other Consumption afternoon 'the bilk is "The Children F. E. BRAWNER. FANS
AN EASTER t vessels. I o fthe "_ijumsAt td-nightl? per +--

Accommodations lor Men. Foley's Honey and Tar pot only formance the popular four-act drama. Our tine of 25 and '50c Neckwear
= PHOTOGRAPH .of the vessels being 'The : ," will be given "
Several are stops the cough but heals and Gambler'swfe! beats anyth'ng: ever sold in this .city .f
r fittaa\\ '! tip .with bunks and other necessary ; ,strength i Tha comnpany carries' special scent for the money." H. 0. Anson. '
accommodations for tae men ens the lungs and prevfeats; serious re ; cry: for 'each. ,production
p q Have a setting who will work with the fleet and. as suIts from a cold. 'I I DEATH CF FORMER' '

.' for E ster. We far as could be seen from a trip! over', There is no danger of Pneumonia, I MONDAY WE WILL SELL BEST NAVY YARD RESIDENTThe NOW
the boats, they are complete in everyiparticular i Consumption FISH-NET MEN'S UNDERSHIRTS 1
will I see that an$ w?JI fitted for the, or other serious lung .i AT 35c. 'REGULAR: 50c (SELLERS.,
trouble if Folcy's Honey and TarIs Columbia, S. C., State of April
business' in -which they will F. E. BRAWNER.
get fullmoney's ; engage.
you Those connected with the enter-;, taken, as it will cure the most stub- I'I 2, contans' the following .death notice We have a large supply for sale or rent. I
worth !l prise will told a jollification across i born coughs-the dasgerous kind that PROMINENT CAPITALIST which w'!11 ;ba read' with interest bya" i

the bay this afternoon: chief among] settles on the.lungs Sand may develop !|i OF SELMA IN THIS CITY large number of the older Pensaco- :
i f lians: They are the finest things in the worldto '
Cabinets &s low the features of which will be a big Into pneumonia over night. i
dinner; x>n the beach accompanied') I A, A. Erlcson president of the (iDied.
as", by all the good things that go toward!) If you have a cough or cold do not j I Pensacola Development and Con- Emma Farrand Newton daughter of ;

$1.98 the dozen making such' an, event, a success., I II risk Pneumonia. when Foley's Honey 1|I\ltructlon Company, of Selma, Ala., Commodore Farrand United !States keep. off: the stegomyia. We can clean
I Several of the vessels are expected and Tar will cure you quickly and ![i who are the owners of the Beach Navy and Confederate States Navy I.

,, at, Kodtk FurnishingKauffmano a !to be' ready- ,to leave port tomorrowor strengthen your lungs: ||I Haven, near Pensacola, is in the widow _of Gordon Mayo Newton son and repair' your old one.
>, Tuesday and will be at work on; Remember the ', city in the interest of his company.Mr. of Commodore Newton, United States
I the sponging grounds in all probability Fofoy'a I Ericson is very enthusiastic over Navy at Scranton Miss...Friday, 30th
i I by the end ,of' the week.' i Honey and Tap-and refuse any the manner in which the Beach March 1906;. Interred Trinity church 1

)4t.3 The distance from this port as the I substitute offered. Do not take chances Haven lots have been selling! and al- cemetery, Columbia' S. C., Sunday

Romona and da crow flies,;to Tarpon Springs is ap- with some unknown preparation.that though over one thousand lots have 1st April 1906. .E. W. PEAKE
i. } P&lafoxTug proximately 3QQ miles. ', costs you the same when you Can: get teen sold during the past!:: month, he The deceased lady was well known fin '
( The Jast,.i$4ue.4f!! The Fishing Ga' Foley's Honey and.Tar that" : believes that many more will be sold Pensacola previous> to and during --k, ...
:zette .conjajned the following) article :osta .. this month. I the civil war period. Her father was I :;, r' _s.;,-- '
with Tff r ll e sponge" fishing in you no more and is safe and certainin Mr. Ericscn b also president of the: stationed at the yard just previous to ; "
Flor'icft! whch'In| ) connection:with the, results. Contains no opiates. Commercial Industrial Association 'ofiSelma the war, as executive officer and her 0 above -w1.lLPl9Ye 9t interest: 1 Ala. husband ,
occupied a position there ;'.0 "
.Greek Sponge Fisherm n. f Cured After Physicians Said Ho under his father, Commodore'.Newton, .
Excursion Much .interest{ is being manifestedby Had Consumption. who was commandant of the yard at Pensacola; Florida.
wt the trade in the.sponge industryin SKATING, RINK that time. .
Flortda'viing to" the large invasion E. H. Jones, Pastor'Y. E. Church,

,mil kt of 'Greek'' fishermen as a resultof Grove, Md., writes: "About seven or WILL' BE OPENEDNEW Phone 345 or 955.: New Star Laundry Building. !

the Tur'kish'goverriment, closingthe eight years ago I had very severe cold DANDRUFF DON'T WASH OUT.
MediUrranean t sponge beds.. which .' -------
physicians said was -
very near
The Greek"nsKermen have been attracting pneumonia, and which they afterwards The. 'Gm,.That Causes If.: Has to'.Be Keek the Out !
Today widespread attention owingto PLACE Ctr AMUSEMENT' AT Destroyed, to Cure'Dandruff.. Mosquito
4 1'. the very large catches of "sponges, pronounced consumption. Through a Many a woman spends an hour
made! '!n Florida, and.this has resulted friend I was induced to try a sample of CORNER OF CH'ASE'AND BAY- twice a week: scouring her scalp, Screen your office or house, with Burrowe's 18-mesh

in 'an appeal: to the Florida state, Foley's Honey and Tar, which gave me LEN STREETS.On thinking ''that by scrubing off thescurf'she'will wire screens. They: fit any door or window. Made .1 in
legislature'to'"close;, the''spon e flsh-j Cure
so much relief that : the dandruff. Two
:Monarch : LifeSaving cries! of "the state for ''the sea iOn. Itj; the regular size. Two I-bought or three some bottles of hours a week..at the age of 40 years I! hard wood, soft wood or metaL Sent on 30 days trialP.

to is claimed t if the Greek fished cured she has spent 260 days of 12 hours!I 0. Boxl04-=Phone. 1015. Best made.
; men continue gather sponges thei me of what the-ph ?;icians called Wednesday night the Pensacola ..each or two-thirds of a year ,of her I!

Station and Gulf beds will be 'cleaned up' in a short! consumption, and.I have never had any Rink;; Company will throw open its new t life. In 'that vain hope;. vain because ..' !.
i. ,, . time and the' industry 'eStroy d. as itl I trouble with my throat or lungs since skating rink which_ is now neartas II'you' can't cure dandruff without White Stone.Water. I I Attention I. O. 0. F.
f i3 Is In the Mediterranean waters, un-i that time." completion at the corner of Chase killing the dandruff germ, and the Orders for \Vh.lt&;.Stone Water left The members of the degree team
: less 'our' foVernment act promptly.' .1 and Baylen streets. The company, 131! only hair prepartion on earth that,: with Sol Cahn &' Co., will receive of Pensacola Lodge No.4, are rr
% r+ ,'Leaving. 'Palafox Wharf at- Over five hundred Greek fishermenare Three sizes-25c.50c composed of F. B. Bruce and H. L.I will do tha is Newbro's "Herpicade" prompt attention. .When you need quested to be present at the hall *l

o'clock.. actively exploring the deeper The 50 cent size contains, $1.00. I RockhilL 'They Piave constructed -also a: delightful hair dressing, and good table water ask for White. 10 o'clock This morning for drill R':
j waters'of, the Gulf to gather; the high one-half times two and mcdrn rink floor tit that place and I thorough antiseptic against all contagion Stone. It Is the world's best order of The Captain
as much as the small size
J ; priced. -Rock Island sheepswool 'and the $1.00 bottle almost six times they will lnclose'the place and cover from use 'of other's hair N.: Goldrlnff, Wholesale agt. I
; MONDAY sponge. The latter fishermen resortto as much. It with a large tent'making!,an excellent I brushes. For sale by W A. lyAlemfcerte. MONDAY WE WILL SELL FULL
+: WE WILL SELL BESTFISM.NET the old ,metbod'of using diving the summer MONDAY WE WILL SELL PEP PER A L
covering for seasoa. druggist and apothecary,. 121 .10 104 BLEACHED: ,
Hi? MEN'S UNDERSHIRTS suits as pursued in the SOLD AND RECOMMENDED As" this is a new amusement In Pen South Palafox street or send lOc in YARDS BEST. A. F-: C. GINGHAMFOR SHEETING AT 24c YARD. NO ONt
j tyw1 ean.Se4.and have been Mediterran-I sacola it will. nooubt be largely pat. stamps for'.sample to the -Herplcide 85c. -.. 1 OVER 10 YARDS:;
e F. E. BRAWNER. landing large catches. -- 1 BRAWNER i
4p c} W. A. D'ALEMBERTE.. ronized. Co,, Detroit, Mich. F, Er BRAWNER.- F. E.


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1i'\\t,I I=' : Your Easter- S'uit Should Possess These, Characteristics ; -CiVI\lls 1

Il--III 1 Style Fit, Quality and Shape= R.etaining /: fil\_5MWi;: HI WiL_:. ;

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the acknowledged _
W I ._ Boys and Young Men. The style and fit are the .masterly effort -, 111-I,


=IJ=!=i black and fancies, with -grey .an d blue leaders 1 I' Itt HH,=r

-1\ _. "" Three Piece Suits $7.50 to $25.00. a .

1 2250.: : c., : = I"t
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hat _
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; the You've got
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comes .
;fl We're your bosom friends: have the larg- means a pair of Hanan, Crossett, or Douglas shoes /
'1,; 'made to fit well, connot at the "Old Reliable" where they
shirts are
shirt Our in.leathers\ and shapes .
question. '
the Dun'on your
exclusive hats as ;;i
11 evenly and naturally.! Shirts est variety'and carry such .

F,= forming to the body is a dream $5.00. Panamas $6.50 at the same old prices. $2,50 all the way up to $6.50. -I JJ) .
tie department to
"d- f .50. Our Derbies and up .
lap, ,
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tiesfrom Buy
a_; 0 g each. Cuffs 25 cents. to $10.00. Straws 75c to $5.00 and in all shapes. your II '
for quarterandaquarter
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i ; No ness woman can be'complete s 'happy HOW UNCLE l[ SAM

Woman S without" children; it :' L

is her nature to love A'
and want them .. .." .. a. .. --, -" .
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,, much so as it is .
'.4 Nightmare tojove the beaus GATHERS T [ HISJUSTDUES -< ,

;! tiful and are. '.,
i The critical ordeal through which the expectant mother must pass, ",,. ,,- '
} u S with dread, suffering and danger,' that the
however,is so fraught pain
}' thought of it fills her with apprehension and horror. There is no T U [
very necessity for the reproduction of life to be either painful or dangerous. Are You Ambitious to'\t

41 At;,, The weof Mother'! Friend so prepares the system for the coming event I _

,,, .'. that it Is safely passed without anydanger This great and wonderful .
;i'.yt' remedy is always"applied ** Every Vessel Carefully Searchedand .
J and "
; ; hasxcarried externally thousands, Mother s Dutiable Articles Sealed S

,3 of women through the Better Your Condition?
%Er,4 i trying crisis without suffering. Up by Customs Officers. : :

'! Send for ftee>o k EOa mOtDR1. { of FriendS
p!'tt. T *ne U ALL Ili pe _
fig: ; tN's .. Tba BradfleW. Regulator. Co., Atlanta, fit. Three hundred and eighty seven

-; ,vessels cola-Total Inspected import last duties rear at reached Pensa- The greatest fortunes in America today were founded on city and suburban real

known.$9,611.02-Smuggling( almost un- estate There is no more substantial, and certainly no investment of

+ 4 "There's a steamer coming up the .

':' 'y p KP 1 0 L bay the! said revenue genial cutter"Gib"'Penrose Moreno pilotof the greater safety, than real estate in or around a growing city.
Out of Date is ,
Plumbing Unhealthy other day, as he gazed thoughtfully ,
; RPIs RPAS through telescope,, the businessend
;' ; Plumbing fixtures and systems as made and of which was directed towardsthe

,+f i ;,; at that time,installed but so many tome improvements years ago 'were have'very been efficient made recentlyin soon reached entrance as,in a the good of everlasting the stopping harbor place game; ana was as of Investment in Pens :ola Real Estate ..,

dominoes with which the
sanitation that (n old plumbing system is not only unsanitary inspectors
and occasional friends who drop in
;t t 3 but is a menace to' the health of the occupants of the house 'in at the Barge office from time to time r

'I which it is still in use. engage to while away the idle hours,
::1 preparations were made to board the
fs vessel and see that Uncle Sam got all: : be Your Fortune. .
: Your Plumbing Out of Date .. .. : ..
I, was coming to him in,the way of: .. may .
Customs duties.Lieutenant .
JM: I If to, the members I ;II J JI Ul L Bryan, Capt Moreno
= y y of your household are I J and two of the inspectors on
p 1 I I I I II Ii duty at the time
went board the
? f i I >> constantly risking theira !I IplumbiDg ,revenue*cutter Penrose, 'which for a Its geographical position with reference to, the Panama canal, its
health. Defective
number*ot years has been assigned
I to revenue service in the harbor of
J.i, ,# generates : IBensacola the lines were cast off location on the finest bay in: America, together with its most excel
germ-bearing sewer and the little vessel started, down .
'. 'I the bay, in a short time coming -

r.i ilk ;;,i y gases atmosphere which and pollute cannot the I just alongside arrived of and the placing steamer the which two had inspectors lent climatic conditions makes it the ideal place for investment.We .

hetpbut be breathed by on board for the, purpose ot

the Sewer searching the vessel and examining have desirable list of I lots residence and business
occupants. her papers. : city ; prop- {:
f s I 1, gas is dangerous and the I II One of the inspectors: went into s .

.a I i I i, a strongest consdtutwn! ': the cabin his where Sailing papers the captain, clearanceand produced erty, also farm and timber lands throughout western Florida and

#y w'd I : cannot long withstandits manifest of the cargo all ot

t: 7.t;,. J I ill effects t 'I which while, the were other carefully began a gone systematic over, southern Alabama at prices that will net a splendid profit
'''> 1 Let cs examine the condition of your p lumbin g, in orier to search of the vessel, carefully inves-
; M I I correct defective piping and install the best and most sanitary fixtures i it tigating every nook and corner of the
; ship, including cabins; forecastle and
,lp: I\ made, namely "jftatt&ti* Baths and Onc-patce Larttories. I t.i ;t. hold with such thoroughness that ,

i .5taadattf Ware is guaranteed. If this is done, your home will nothing escaped, no matter how .
I small. Every article board the .
i3 t : I L be healthy and more comfortable. Ask for booJtlet "Modern vessel 'not destined for on the port''of

Pensacola which; ,tt landed would be ti
dutiable, was sealed up even the ."'.
wines, cigars and other articles for SUBURBAN PROPERTY
the captain's' table being sealed in
such a manner that nothing could be
touched without the knowledge ot .'
.. the customs euthoritlea. If the cap -'.
n sS i.. _a'-.:=-- taro at any time during his stay i in '.. ,, i >! -;
port, wanted a bottle of wine from '_\ /- ,
; 't iii Jr- -
+ his private stock the" only way he ; "
could get it without subjecting ,himself In what Is known: as East,Pensacola wo have 2,200 lots which we
to a heavy penalty.was by- matIng -
r, ,alee CONSOLIDATED GROCERY CO. application to the customs in offer in. one lump at a very attractive price.
spectors, who would then dole it out
; to him,. making a record,of the fact This is a gilt edge investment.
that a certain quantity had been delivered .
MAIN OFFICE.. BRANCHES.: and after delivery dealing
i II : the balance up again. In additionto
'r' Jacksonville Florid :r&nn&h.t.1'amP&, Pena ola. I this, every'vessel having on board
either cargo or ballast Ms sealed up ,
at sundown, the seals being taken off '. :
PAID CAPITAL $500,000 the next morning.03eyonan North of, Fensaoola, :adjoining fhacltyllmlts, we have 'for'sa1B.asa
111 their routine duties the Inspectors .
and revenue,cutterofficers whole,:352 acres. The coming, factory center of '-
.d The Consolidated Grocery Company sa tuooeesor to the C. B, Robes have little to do, as smuggling is almost :
is Company of Jacksonville; the Florida Grocery Company of Jacksonville unknown at this port. Several S Greater Pensacola. Value advancing daily.
!' 1r J the grocery branch of the Florida\aval Stores and Commission Companyof years ago a little smuggling was in 7 .
Jacksonville: the grocery; branch :3f the Mutual Naval Stores Company, 01 dulged in, but the :vigilance of the
!*v ':,' Jacksonville; the grocery branch of the Gull Naval Stores Company, 01 customs inspectors has made it un,
s't Tampa; tae grocery branch of the Go Naval Stores Company,of Pensacola; profitable. Occasionally a box of 41 & Le ;
1 the grocery branch of the Wen Gout Naval Stores Company of Pensacola cigars is picked up, or a stray bottleof p
,i the grocery; branch ot the Southern Naval Stores Company of Savannah foreign ,wine or whiskey found,
:r; Will handle everything In Heavy and Light Groceries, Grain Domestic! but such fines are the exception We have 288 'acres In Pettersen's addition, including some choice
and Imported Groceries, Turpentine Tools, etc. State Agents for the Whlti rather than the rule. In order to
F i Hickory Turpentine Wagons. prevent possible smuggling at night water front property, which will prove a veritable
fjti two inspectors are on duty from sun- f
set to sunrise whos duty it is to bonanza for some one In the near future. The
i C. M. COVINGTO, N : ::rtLABRANC patrol the docks and waterAont. -
!During the year 1905, 263 vessels .
,' ttR4 > arrived from foriegri ports and 124 ," price in astonishingly low., .
f from American (ports all 'or which -- I : -.,,.t...,..< '-
were duly inspected'-by- customs -- -
officials on duty at, pansacola.; The ; \ .:; .' :: -
fk total receips from Import cities for ,..
the same period were,59,611,02,which '.;:::-, .' -
was derived 'principally, from imports :', '
of Sulphur, .Kainlt Mahogany, ;
'Salt ana' Muriate of Potash. Other -i. '
articles\ formed but a ,small proportion Write tot or call on us for detailed information.

of the imports. .
Uncle Sam, in addition to keepinga
t" sharp eye on the imports of the
1 pert keeps an eye open .for expense PENSACOLA I INVESTMENT CO0
as' Well and every :pound of coal
every drop' of oil and each article of
B supplies used by .the revenue cutter
has,to. be accoipitedjor. In addition A. &'ALEMBERTE Mg,1
to this a record is .m ,de' every time f,7r ,. ,
the Penrose leaves her--dock showing
where she :went, why, how long she
ThJAsV was gone, -distance steamed coal W. H. KNOWLES, President. -R< B. SIMPSON,,Secretary.
{>i; consumed on the trip, etc etc. This
record is written up in the form of -a J. E. STILLMAN. Vice-Pres. and Gen. Mgr. : KNOWLES HYER, Treasurer
daily log which is transmitted to the "
department at Washington. The in- REAL ESTATE, LOANS, GENERAL I VESTMENTS.i .
a' f. specters also make daily reports, the
r ,1r latter being filed at the- Pensacola i ,
: -- < 215 S. Palafox St., Pensacola, Fla. I
: 11 f :"Over '2,000,000 Sold in' West Florida in 1905. Custom During House.the unplsasantness last ,

{iHm, Frank Rein y, Agent, Pensacola Florida I fall Quarantine all vessels and were'an inspector. Inspected was at

stationed -there* for that purpose.
as While he was out of the "danger ."a ,
W*** WHSJHMMfr ,*".. zone" his assignment was not'one to .
be envied and he was glad to get

d. t; u |L DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY, I back to the city again after ,the .

4 I CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES, BRONZSE. I tcuble Of course was,over.a larger part' ,of the 'J,. ._- -. ., ,. '-. '-" -___.___ -- ____'.--' ..f

: STERLING SILVERWARE vessels entering the', port of Pensa- ,
"l. cola come here for cargo, but all are
4 ART POTTERY OPTICAL GOODS, treated In the "same manner "by the

CUT GLASSWARE customs carefully I Inspectors searched-whether each 'one she being car FEED MELLEN'S CUICK fEEDI NEW:

a'l ries a cargo that is dutiable or LAUNDRY
whether the cargo consists. 'of rockor
sand ballast. To newly hatched brood. Why fill!their I
; Engraving and Fine-Stati onar. your i f. &AwaINCI. Me, sron ffa 0 aWaRawns Si. those ras.
4 JUST BECAUSE little crops with meal l or.other soft feed that
\ your cough is only in the throat and soon packs and sours, causing many fatalities
does not troUble now, don't think .
Mail Orders Receive .
Prompt Attention .1
vf that it needs no attention. When it when a mixture of 20 kinds of seeds and grains Order Your-

has time not-to check had much it. The of.:'a slightest start is,cough the will furnish all that-nature requires to'make ICE COAL and WOOD

i E. O. Zadek Jewelry Got easily Us and leads Consumption.to Pneumonia A: ,bottle. Bronchi-of them thrive.Telephone . :f'rOD1 ttio

MOBILE, ALA. Ballard's Horehound "rup'.wID" cure i Consumers' Ice and Fuel Company.
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that cough. The'price puts it within F. S. & CO. No. 334 Office Corner Cteie and Tamtona. Phone *'
l'KiHDlH HHIH-H i HH.it.9 I reach of all Sold by; all druggist. HELEN

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and other disagreeable '

[ it is by no means a .
PAVE YOUR SIDEWALKS WITH THE Through the long r 5v1 \ ,,

pains and twitchL
in whose blood the uric i '
Pensacola Cement M
Stone CoVs u c
has accumulated. '

t that involves'the en- '

cause results from the '
CONCRETE PAVINGIt the ,Liver, Kid i ,
.The out of the system the [ ,7 \ ;
is : ,
of This coming in r 5
acids of the body forms a

will never need repairing and you grandchildrenwill says i and absorbed by the
to '
find it in ,perfect condition. Our to of the blood,
work don't bee' properly nourishing
ing 'I Last Summer I had a severe attack of Inflammatory -
scale settle in hold I tales ,. stream goes to every Rheumatism in the knees, from which I was
spots or water, they look good the poison is distrib unable to leave my room for several months. I
: was treated by two doctors and also tried different .
.. and wear good.Miracle system weakens kinds liniments and medicines which
lea the skin becomes feseemed to relieve me from pain for awhile, but'at
I I the same time I was not any nearer getting well.
day : h,and.dlgestion are One while I advertisement
day reading a paper saw an
Hollow Building Blocksare ; a general diseased : of S. S. S.: for Rheumatism. I decided
from to give it a trial,which I did at once. After I had
the IS the result taken three bottles I felt a great deal better, and
endorsed by the leading architects throughout the the most painful of I continued to take it regularly until I was en-
tirely cured. I now feel better than I have for
'' As, stiff,joints, throbbing years. CHAS. E. GILDERSLEEVJE. '
the country. They are rated in all cities 25 per bee but-it is a formidable 613 32nd Street, Newport News, Va.

cent above brick or single ,Hollow Blocks. Put 1 tent a is t, ( the the uric disease acid becomes allowed'. chronic'. chalky Deposits form at_the joints 1 ,

j !lands : and, stiff, and ,the patient left a helpless cripple for life.

them under your house, in place of unsightly brick I!i I tiou : ns in the system the disease gets a firmer hold. The best time

We ', lake., in warm weather; because then the blood takes on new life and
pillars. guarantee they will cost no more and j lated
I can better assist in elimination of the poisons. With the

look far bitter.CEMENT. 1\ again acid out of the blood, and ,at the same time build up and

i j lis have a' Bowels and other organs of the body, Rheumatism can be per-

j the. I applications relieve the pain and temporarily reduce the inflam- ,

PENCE'POST I! : are desirable, but they cannot have any effect on the disease.: :

I the blood must be treated'before a cure can be effected.
last forever and 1 i'is from roots, herbs and barks, is the best treatment for Rheuma
look well.
Investigate.PLASTEROIRCEMENTC. ;i i i just lake : and attacks the disease at its head, and by neutralizing the acid !

'I''j : up-the sour blood so it can supply nourishment and strength -l.,

PS :I| sets wand \ : ; cures Rheumatism permanently S. S. S.is the only safe cure

I I ; vegetable, it will not injure the ystem in the least, as do

!i that Potash or some other mineral ingredient. S. S. S. tones up

for interior' decoration. Any kind of marble. or }|, twice every part of the body by its fine tonic properties.

:' While cleansing: the,blood of all poisons it builds up the
cement work. Have seen our imported marblefor : down :
you -
I appetite and digestion, soothes the excited nerves, re- ,

interiors? i false duces all inflammation, relieves pain and completely
: : Rheumatism in form-Muscular: Inflammatory
\' sli cures every -
I j ,7 Articular or Sciatic. If you are worried with the
Agents for lehigh Portland Cement and Portland Lime 'i
Hyoraied ,; ,I made 'r nagging pains of Rheumatism, do not wait for it to become -
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!tlesTa I and chronic, but begin the use of S. S. S. and purge

j the the poison. Write for our book on Rheumatism, and ask OUT

I wish. We make no charge for either.


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Cured of Profanity Former of ns: :ir.: I i, land ands flow.chc : i'. COFFEE ROASTERS OF WEST m

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The recent article on "Profanity"by "After some weeks' absence, we returned other
(Judge Laney, of the municipal one evening-about dark and I '
court with its interesting personal the next morning I started out to : : !
\ Reminiscences! brings to mind a. story see if my directions had been carriea1out regi
Kch I once heard in which the I think that my overseer must the
speaker told how he had been curedof have got drunk the day that I l left,i tax : :
profanity him and remained so until my return
The gentleman fine lookingand y4.c .- fight
was a v Everything had been neglect
interesting speaker whom I met ed and everything was wrong. But said '. : N
at a sess'on: of the Masonic Grant i-I:q .the well was the climax. It was so why sp B'L N'DS tU
lodge. He was afterwards elected. crooked that a bucket dr PP?d from .
Grand Master, and filled the office i its top would never have found :ls be m
'orthily. Several of us had gathered! "' w way to the :bottom. Of all the wells alike
in his room and in the I think that the
one evening : i ever dug was the worst: rjS
Course was of the conversation something! s. % "1 fairly boiled over with rage. I : HAVE NO EQUAL !
said about profanity being a
opened the floodgates of my anger '
Breach of the moral law and there and curse! those men, and consiga-.l can I N
>re especially obnoxious to Free '
I them to the row regions with every! =
Masons The genthman said: j epithet that I could invent After !
"1 I I A trial will convince the connoisseur
was cured of the habit of proPane ;rs.c. r hr had exhausted myself, I went to the
swearing many years ago and house and sat down to recover my
I must tell you the story. When Iras temper. 1 that we make no extravam
a young man I was a civil engi- I
teer My almost "Presently arose and went into your
employment was
room and looked for "If
'holly tnes and in the other field work, locating of that railroad sort, my papers that I wanted.. a Not package finding of ; gant claims when we say that
shish not them, I went out _and called to my been
only off from -
cut me any
wife, saying: 'My dean have L
refined you seen you
society, but in daily
me ,

Contact 0.-..:-:-:: _and with troublesome rough men ana negro! with_helo.Tonr ,igsorant .- HON. W E. 'ANDERSON the anything'.took. '-table out?-of' of a -my bundle trunk was of and papers the left reply.thatI !o'l: even ; is the Best on the Market m mi

"Living roughly, and with many ter"
Irritating surroundings .I picked up .
DYSPEPSIA JlllI.f! "" '::;''' 'J<.J she Grocers. m
the.habit. of profane swearing, and \ After i / and Retail
shortly became a pastma-ster in that i 'My
three'Ravin-t yB wOJld< rfnl "Casearett"for s'bameful' practice I had no fear of Union Labor HallRoom I have Groceries and Provisions is no reason why you should N
and it mafcs
ral&rr't' and 1 6111.'"enurelr cured of stomach GOd before my eyes seen
1 dueIIM bare '". dSS are""f"rthelr1l'.l1dertl&l tt'sla.1 think a word composition.UMII of pratta is. me shudder now,to recall ,the frightful 1, Old this them, unless you are over-much fond of your old grocer. -
Armory Building. .
but II'ltll T | 111111I'111 older io-caJled remedies and blasphemous. language that will learn I
and something
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"">">111 a d a.atbllll i i !*\au<1 that C e-rrt relieve s then, you
ao"l lames
reGnne.lM Mercer S\..Jersey Cit1.N.J.6e5 "About this time I met and fell in I t- :
love with the 'lady! who afterwards sufficient to accommodate "' -We are agents for Pluto Water. It's the finest water for !
75 people for
The Bowels? For became of my my wife.evil h1itbit.She had and no returnedmy suspicion -I reasonable rate.- rent at mean"' end kidneys. Get the Pluto habit! It's a good one, and 1 t

.and"so were mar-I only doctor's bills
affection, we" MECHANICS' I i!
rlea'! : 'I had bQught fQt:; our future I HEADQUARTERS ran: tU tM
home, a place' Jn the country. It was. | N
CANDY CATHARTIC an old homestead which had been neglected Where employers can secure 1 i[love .
and was much run down, lint help. Office clerk in I[ it <: M
'was naturally a beautiful locationand charge all the time. Phone I Ns GROCERY COMPANY
apable of- great mproyel11 nr. 776 and you will be supplied I ) m
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"Before starting on Jn'y honeymoon. ,
r;vea: t P.JIabl.. ?
RTest.Good.Dp Good with some i there
S'1di in bnlL''.eak6JI.. Clr GriP. Jt!:,%$e,iDeo'NeT""' I'!put ama in charge I i
creed. W T.cure cell1Unl.r tablet atomed. C C C.Routmoueybeek. negro hands, and directed him to. HOME WORKERS I : JAS. .MoHUGH Proprietor. 9
iVasi.i"eme S" y c.,Chicago or N.Y.:591 make certain,necessary repairs ani BUILD HOMES'ij.III. !I a i yRl ,
*ell near the; i
YA( especially todig-a -
house at a point which. I :marked. !

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IP!. "as n' the Spring' cleaning and changing about() for this event brought to light I many things that you want replaced by new ones,

!>rf:' or the need of 'new articles I that make for convcni nce. Our mammoth store j is now filled with the choicest Furniture and, Furnishings -

b&Gjjr iff;; &*} ever gotten under one, roof in, West ,Florida! all ,of which you may enjoy and use while you are paying for them.


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;:t I "Odorless" Refrigerators. Dining Room Furniture', Iron Beds.All Mattresses and Springs.. Druggets Rugs and Carpets.This II

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.: ,1. ,. These refrigerators are absolutely Our line of Fine Oak Sideboards, Iron Beds in the room ,gives Since about, two-thirds of your life department has. shown wonderful -

; sanitary and are endorsed by the Dining Tables and Chairs are marvels. an air of coolness; in fact, is cooler is spent, in bed, the bed'should by all growth the past year. But, then,

t' Red Cross Society. There are no of beauty and elegance, and .are just and easier to keep clean than the means be as comfortable as it is pos- that's the natural result of beauty

j:' seams or joints to become foul. The waiting for your order to put them other kind. We have some you'll sible to make. Ostermoor Matressesare and worth, quality"and low price.

{t41 air circulation is such that fish and in your home. like in BUILT, not stuffed, which guar- Floor Rugs Axminster, Smyrnaand

fruit will not contaminate milk and Our plan: "Buy Now, Pay. Later," Pink antees a smooth, even surface free Moquette, in beautiful floral andOriental

(- ,x butter. Cold air is used only once, is for YOU. White, from knots and bumps, $15 and designs, $1 up to $5.

-{ therefore odors are carried off and, Sideboards, $15 to $65. and Blue, $15.50, the latter in two parts. Othersat Druggets up to $18. ,

but. A great feature of the Odorless Chairs, 75c to $5. and in $4.50, $7.50 and $12.50. 'Sleep Stair Carpet up to $1 a yard. Laid
combination of colors. Also
} is, it uses jess ice than other makes. Extension Tables up to $25, have them a with' for Sound as a ''Log" only costs you $4.50; free.

f' .six, Prices. $14; $16.$18.and $22, Other USE IT WHILE quito bars. canopy tops, mos- that is a Victor spring. It will not sag, BUY NOW

s refrigerators of most'excellent quality it is noiseless, it will always retain a

i F:SkD from $9 up. YOU PAY FOR IT. $2.50. $5$6.5Q; : up to$20. !I smooth, even snrface;last a lifetime. PAY LATER.GoCarts. .

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earnestly invite every 'woman There's always a place in, the hall Here's where ,we" come in strong. Here's a department that's our Keep the babies out every pretty

fc t'r in Pensacola to drop in and ,examine or most any of the rooms in the Every spring sees a big demand for pride. No other 'like it in the whole day. Some of the prettiest GoCartsever

1 :prices. They're swell. Full I I I shades 'em need seen here. They are the famous
our parlor home for a small table or pedestal.We new We've got you state.We

suite 'bf: five pieces; prettily uphol- 'em, and,we want you to have 'em. have just received two }hundred : Heywqod cart, are strong and very

stered for-$30.Others up to $75 and. have some beauties now-":gome We have shades to fit any window, rolls of the most exquisite, patterns attractive. Get one and load it with

',. t $100, 'handsomely upholstered in, that will appeal to you strongly because large or small; in fact, we make home products.

f leather. Odd chairs and rockers in I of their littleness in price- shades to fit any;window. CHINA. and JAPANESE Folding Go-Cart for $2.50. Willow,

: i-fi silk tapestries and velour, I. $2 to $10. 5O'cents up. MATTINGS, $10, $12, $15, $25.

"a .. $6.50, $9, $12 $15. Hung Free. Laid Free at 20 25,,30. 35c. $2.50 to $25.

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r shape again.If auantUies of chemicals that do not b -
} t ..e' ,. you give a little lunch party she AT MEALS long rightly there, we must also swallow -
s j Reveals, the Domestic Infelicity '. takes the opportunity to enlighten the bad temper, coarseness, business '
'3- ? nit. AL ) ;"'La:$ .Pro:. -. everybody about the latest wrinkles in troubles and bodily ailments ol
+ 'sy K ate Due to Bad Cooking, ,' I ,.'11 table decorations for such occasions and DON'T come to the breakfast table those who gather around the table teat ?
.4.' e- the most up to date dishes. Of course everybody what a miser- with us? The wonder is that an;
J Tells of an Organization for bi-- she doesn't want to make you feel badly able night you spentcouldn'tsleep refined, sensitive persons are left alive

tie t Correction of the Faults of I ',-''t't because you haven't'them, and she tells a wink! Suppose you didn't I at alL
.' i. ,:1 Have you any right to plaster your No! Let us put aside while eating all
"You ought to bend it Hit tcay. that hurt the most fastidious L"
the Members and can
Suggests '.11'" misery over everybody else?
? it. us be and talk and think /
90 Don't comd to the dinner table in the
Some Appetizing Tidbits pleasant matters-except that w
{ 1 t evening detailing to the family every mustn't talk with our mouths full. Ire Ih
business worry and perplexity, every make use at table of the most refinea ui"i,

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.r along with their food the aura of your sound of laughter rise from our boar.:.
1I AD cooking is the cause off no, the'whole dinner was so hopelessly disappointment, anger and despondency. the bright atmosphere of refined 'netr
: _. iMB more divorces for income soggy.. And guess what they was for It's enough to have been disappointedand fulness pervade all Let us avoid !k lda'
patlbility of disposition,than dessert tAn underdone apple pudding / ing anything unpleasant upon woe
yourself without
F making
you ever heard of" remarked whose gluey white substance stuck our angry around us. Let each meal be the creation
;. S 1 end Mrs Good Sense to me. jaws at every chew! I r p everybody else suffer. The man or wo- of joy and affectionate manifest.

i In my day" she went on, "there was ""After dinner I just couldn't help it M man who will pour out the troubles of tion. So shall the children look back :

', no such thing as incompatibility of I had to lie down. With all that stuff ( you so,,but she just can't help noticing the day at the evening meal no mat- their early home as to one spot on tie
temper. Folks didn't take themselves In my stomach I just couldn't stand up. 1 these novelties at the "smart" houses ter what those troubles were, ought to earth where they were happy
so ,seriously. When ,two people came By and bt I went to sleep, and I had a I where she Is invited. be choked off and led
to the point where they either had to perfectly awful nightmare, and when I ....:. ., I wonder if any one could Just dropa after the rest are done.A .
fly -to pieces or fly at each other they waked] up I felt a little "mussy," but hInt to Marion so she would come out greater sinner still is the A BROWN CLOTH GOWN.
i y usually discovered they had dyspepsia most of that tired feeling had sort of perfect in'time for Easter? person
a and they took worn away.- have always had a good who sits down at the family table'witha The gown illustrated is of ches-mut
nails : ,- grumpy, forbidding, don'tyoudarespeak brown broadcloth. The skirt is piam
f herb tea or digestion--could eat thank the Lenten Tidbits. -
h changed the Lord! expression of countenance, as if save for a panel formed with riboon
._ .u 1 r Speaking of Lenten lunches remindsme. velvet, fastened at the ends with uny
cook. Nowadays he were boss executioner
a and was
'Not Like His Mother. Have you ever tried the economyof gilt buttons. A like trimming aaorci
t; no one seems to prepared to strike off the head of
using halibut instead of crab meat any-
have any plain "But poor John, he never was built t. for deviled crabs? body who talked or laughed aloud while
:: common sense. that way! He went into his den and
% eating. There Is a frightful
{y It works to perfection If you have superstition -
"I've been tried to work over some reports, and
begot 'your fish highly seasoned and well in a few quarters that It Is not
a l stopping at my an awful headache. His wife she ,
minced. The addition of a little oyster seemly to talk and be merry while eating -
,J daughter-in- sort of became restless. I don't know .... 1r t. crab chopped in each individual dish but that In order to express proper
law's, for instance as I blame her, seeing how I was feel- -
tf will make detection absolutely impossible. thankfulness to Providence for the food
for the ing, but she didn't have sense enough to
put us it is necessary to choke
s Vii .1 last month and go Into her own room and try to sleepIt .
: It Is wonderful, by the way, what a that food down in solemn, surly si
KXZi off. She walked into John's t d
1 I never saw a den, andI .,
; number of attractive dishes can be lence. Wherever'a family, for its sins.
quarrel heard her giving him the
couple dickensIn
+ very compounded with fish and oyster crabs. is afflicted with this sort of unpleasant
::4 like those two.I that peevish voice of hers. Pretty .
r On@ of the best is any white fish cooked person as one of Us heads you will see
never could soon T guess his head hurt him con- r 1 1I
1 i very dry and then baked in little individual the younger members of that family
for answered
make out why siderably back some- ye
# after a chilled into dead silence wherever the
1- until I'd been thing-awful, and then the fight was on. II II I 1 1I copper saucepans
t "That I i r MX thick sauce has been poured over it. person appears, and they slide off one
very night she went '
y t St had to sit and read the The first-night mother's, and she didn't come back fora compounded mainly of cheese and by one, this way and that, to some
food udcertiseMentt., + sherry mixed together in a yellow place where they can assemble and be
dinner was aw. week. By that time his headacheswere I r, 1 1.i
saucer Two or three little oyster crabs free and merry without the presence of
fully late. John hadn't bad any lunch gone; and he was feeling' better
are placed in each dish, and they add the family nightmare. I have seen fa-
r but that didn't make any difference. He (you see I'd been'COOking for him since ,
; just had to sit down and read the food she left),, and so they had a grand greatly to the delicate flavor. Of course thers of families who were exactly of i
fi all cheese that kind, who
like dishes, this must be gloried In repressing all
Y. advertisements in the back of the magazine reconciliation and were as loving as
i until the real stuff was good and turtle doves. (You see she'd been sort .i eaten piping hot merriment among' their children and
casting a pall pf freezing silence over
4 ready. of dieting too the family meal 'The result
; "Well first there was a soup, thin so her temper RECEPTION GOWN OF waspityIt
GRAY SILK.The lidti: "L "a --the children had such a dis-
and watery and It was cold. I suppose was Improved.) '
e like and dread of the
presence of their
It had been left on the. back of the "And to think gown in the cut is of gray silk. The elaborately trimmed skirt has father that they' got away from homeso
hk stove while the roast was getting done; those too young raffles of silk and insertions and motifs of Irish crochet This charming lace soon'
tI ( but, anyway, they might just as well Idiots never also forms the yoke arid shoulder capes. Bretelles of silk are arranged over the of them as fell they Into were evil grown; and some
j l'': have taken time to warm it, for the knew it was ruffled blouse. NeW'York. ways. old
i man then blamed it on Providence
I roast wasn't done anyway. It was all their stomachs for
easy on the outside and raw inside that was the 'U afflicting him specially; when the un-
S, 1 and I saw John keep pouring red pep- matter!" con- palatable to sort of form it into a club. too; but oh, dear, it doesn't make you CHEAP VENTILATION. fortunate outcome,was nothing but the
#- per sauce over It to give U some flavor. cluded the 'old ,Of course Marion was mide'preslde t. feel nice! Of course the ideal house will be pro- consequences of.bis. '.own; grouty ugliness -
'- -- (I wanted to tell him that red pep lady mournfully. and she was awfully nice about .helpIng If you show her a gown you have paidan vided with avenues for exchange of air : at home.'I .
h : per,sauce was awfully bad for the lining : me to find out' my,,chief fault' too. extravagant price for, because you regardless of cost Here is an old don't know actually which Is the
}, of his stomach, but I didn't dare to Physician, Heal Only this is what worries, me: I suppose were told it was an advance style she practical hint for the owner of a limIted worse transgressor, the grouty, disagreeable -
u; he looked so mad.) because she was president no one has an old one In her closet the identical purse: Have a piece of wood cut father, or the Individual who '.
...jF Thyself. thought Of her finding out one of her same thing which she bought in Paris. with the thickness and length of the talks of bodily ailments and horrible I
Not a Green Thing. Now that"LentIs own faults and'starting to uproot;it the season before last wood forming the lower border of the and disgusting! incidents at meals.
)e here I won- She hasn't very many, I admit SheIs You show her the new hat you have lower sash. The wood may be about Some folk who consider themselves
Tor vegetables had sweet
we potatoes der if I couldn't very pretty graceful and clever, trimmed (which everybody seems to seven Inches Seep. Now raise the lower reallY'well bred and refined will detail
and white and
potatoes macaroni -- drop a hint to but-I was almost home when It dawnedon think is very pretty), and.she looks at sash. Cant the piece of wood and how they have taken medicine and what
and, honestly I felt like a chicken that *
BAa tHI test 1'Uc' Marion Know- me-she does make you feel uncom- it with her head on one side.and says,! slide into the groove holding the sash. effect it had on them, or how this or
has its full cornmush and can'tget'
crop very lkteM. it-all She started fortable at times, because she always "Yes, my dear, very neatly sewed but I Push the wood down as far as it will that food disagreed with their .stomachs the bloused bodice. A becoming f=O:
enough water in Its' bUr to wash
k -" the the idea of knows It all! you ought to bend It this way, and wearit go and bring the sash down upon It '' and other particulars that are and Jabot of white lace relieve tJ'
%i' mess down. You'veseen- them If the Improvement club We were all to There Isn't a single subject 'you can this way on your head," and she The air will enter where the panes enough to turn a refined;well bred per- brown tint at the throat The sleep ;
their bills be? Oh ourselves
,, stretching may correct of-on particular fault mention but what she Is able to g'ive leaves your poor little hat transformed. overlap The board and the sash son Inside out and upside -down.Is are similarly: adorned with straps "
1c 'we could only have had. a single green and come out quite perfect at Easter.It :you points on it-and correct your mis It may have more style, but you preferIt should meet accurately or there will be It any wonder that nearly all the velvet Very original are the ;ifr;;..
L 'yqet&b, a blade ef grass even. but seemed to make the Idea more .takes. Usuallz. she Is perfectly right. :your own way so you spend the,next a,draft world Is dyspeptic when fee consider and sash of flowered ribbon..


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contained: the following:
The auxiliary fishing boat Ger-
,,. '+ 'dt'r trude J, from' Key West, arrived in
port late ,yesterday afternoon, having i
lli the queerest tow that has been seen V
in these waters in many. a dayIfever r

,II I II i I IIIIVYLERS That before.a big whale should be 'foundin

.y .f the waters of the' Gulf of Mexico,
'; ,many leagues from the usual, :watery
habitat: of this species of fish, is so
remarkable that many would not be-
lieve the story until they had goneto
CELEBRATEDCANDIES the river front and seen the mon-
f ster with their own eyes. -This new fire-proof building will be ready for occupancy May 1 to 15.
It was,nevertheless,a real whale that A of the has been taken but the is still for
ths Gertrude J. towed into this har.bor part space already following rent:

yesterday afternoon-and no Double store in North end, carrying second floor, each floor 43 x 120 feet
small one, at that. The "big one" V .
freight elevator and stairs.
feet in
measured 22 length and has
sufficient capacity to have swallowed Single store in South half, 21 x 120 feet.

a whole Municipal Ownership Association Entire South half of second floor.
of lattenolay Jonahs.
How It Was Caught. Eighty offices on third floor, each office.supplied with heat, light and water.

the and attendant to Capt; Alonzo, of the Gertrude J. ,The building is fire-proof throughout;,entirely modern in construction and
Is the kind that brings peacefulness joy called at the Tribune office last equipment and second and third floors are reached by both elevator and stairs.

Easter tide. They,are fresh and, the acme of perfection-in ture night of and the told whale the, which story,of he the claims cap-, For further particulars, address or apply to F. C. Brent over First National Bank.

fact the world's best, We have just received a shipment and is the first on record in the Gulf of

have them.in from lOc up .to 5 pound boxes-They come-,in large Mexico.combination. fThe! vessel sail, which and steam is a -

One half pound boxes, One pound boxes. fishing boat, has en'cruising off;
this coast for a week, catching prim
Et &m -f; 1"H=E
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Two pound boxes. Three pound boxes. cipally snappers. / L4 M G1NiAktIfIJI11F1WRlt yp .afllMh
< lYiday morning early John Everettone
Five ,pound boxes. of the crew of the Gertrude J .
and make to sighted the whale 30 miles off Er- ;, .
Our Easter boxes are pretty an appropriate gift mont Key. The big fellow was movIng Carload of ,

1 mother,sister, sweetheart and the baby. Come in and see them. in circles, causing: 'great comm JW
tion. There was such consternation ,
among the men on board the vesselas
none could recall having ever m-
heard of,a whale this far south.

W. A. D'ALEMBERTE ence Capt.as Alonzo a whaler has,out had of some New experi-Bedford ".

Mass., having been one of the i eIhesda1 I
Druggist and Apothecary crew of a ;whaling ''vessel hailing W it er
.. from that port for ;four years. He
Pensacola Fla. has assisted in tha .capture of many
121 S. Palafox( St. '
of these monsters the deep and he ffi
speeally: decided tiati 1 he would makean i i. .......
I 1. effort'to ups '
get ) e. i ii i
't OOI!" i A boat wa4 manned: and the three 1

: i .f XREMINISCENSES '.., : .-C'. "' .', harpoons which' form a part of the I Just Received
-,. equipment fcf .thGertr'ade (J. were I.-
P brought into requi t oa. The whale Y rrrW
: was no easy capture; and tvwas four M
EARLY hours before the first .harpoon :was So great has been the demand for this
OF .Contributed driven home into: ithick hide. An- .
other hour was required to bring the

: monster' into 'u&ffiSfekia" 'and; agit- **T- excellent mineral water that I find it necessary :, NE
DAYS AJJOr1GPERDIDOBAY was entirely too lirge- to haul on
: Resident. board the vessel it-wag decided to W

tow It into port. to (order) it in carload lots. f fIfis1heBest wf;

"-, '!! V -. 'A-Heavy flow.
This o1d' place is called Spring many colors,. w-1lite.'red. blue, yellow;; taken there protection- and they, The whale proved a rather unwieldy
Bluff. It was named about' slxty flve etc. with the little garrison, were all] tow; but a tow-line was soon rigged
This Is one of the oldest if not the slaughtered. and the. Gertrude. J., using her I
Mrs: J. A. Suarez and'issituated
years ago by oldest settled place in Southern Ala. My father and uncles were continually full steam power, put out for Tampa, Water on Earth
about midway between bama. Francisco Suarez emigratedto fighting the Indians who would reaching here, alter very slow pro-
mouth of Perdldo Bay and the ,townof this country 'from the Canary prowl around and kill and. do away gress. at 4 p. m.
MUlvisw: : In Baldwin county Ala. Islands about the middle of 1700, and wth: their stock. I heard father say But Capt. Alonzo anj!( his men real- ."Ir'....,
It derived its name from a boiling located on. this bay about the year they killed fifteen head o f cattle one I ized that there 'Was good money in !;;...
spring of fresh water bulling' up in 1800, and his family were the only day within a few miles of the place I, such a large aid healthy specimen
old friend and drink the water
the edge of the bay. At times it is white settlers living 'between Pensa- and all they took of the meat was 'a: and they persevered until with the i Stick to your ( w
impregnated with sulphur. Perdldo! cola and Mobile 'during! the Indian small piece from a two year old heifer. assistance: of a number of men picked
here is about: two miles wide and is wars and the war of 1812.' They were up along the docks, they had
will do It is the
the boundary: line between Escambia living here at the time of ,the massa- Durin'g the war of '1812 a party of beached the whale near the foot of' which you are sure you good. 3W
: English and Creek Indians (;the Creeks Franklin Street, in the Garrison. It'I. .
county, Florida, and Baldwin county cree at Mlms's'fort. I don't remember
'Alabama.On the Florida side the the location of the fort, but it were the'British alIles.left'rom'nearlobl required the combined efforts, of six. mineral water and
: point and marched across the the and original 1
land Is low and sandy while on the was some distance-.in the Interior and teen men to get heavy unwieldy
Alabama side,it is mostly high some consisted of a block house,' called a country on their way to Pensacola. carcass on shore.rl'oday
bluffs as forty fort in those It full of They"struck the bay about two miles the operation of dissectingthe
being as high thirty or days was
abore! this place, got hold of a, small be in orderto
btg fellow will begun
feet with a clay sub-soil In Soldier refugees at the time, consisting most.
Creek bluff there Is to found clay. of 'ly of women and: ,'children ?who were flat boat and- crossed to the Florida get, the valuable bl nbber. Captain.1 I
I I side. In the meantime Gen. WilMn Alonao estimates that several hun If is a Healthful Refreshing Beverage
VDr son, on Bearing- that the enemy' was dreg) dollars will be netted from his
marching across the country gatheret capture which he regards as much ,
T about: one thousand men, about half of: better than any number ,of snappers. i
whom were Chocktaw Indians, who The news of the strange arrival
j were allied with: the Americans and was circulated extensively' on the
GENERAL ARTHUR gave chase. !But they were just too streets late in the afternoon and last It is bottled by the Bethesda Mineral Springs
Viyx late as' the last load of English were night, and many went!: ,to 'the. garri
V half way across the bay when the son to sea; it.Never Waukesha Wis. and there is
Americans arrived on this side. If ;+ Company, :
they had been a' day sooner there Blamed the Booze. t
would have been a pretty ', ,- 11! 1
ISI fight as in bottle ;
''bed, new man every
% there were about one thousand on He takes a bottle uP, t( '
each side. Gen. Wilkinson then Drinks whiskey hoi each night } -
ordered al the boats that could be Drink cocktails in :ttie, morning, .." f.i
found on the bay destroyed. Grandfather .And often gets very tight M

....,.:' aye chopped When!! had the the a bottom Indians small out got skiff of so her.and:tad"my< they He Until And shivers he sometimes takes in the a has'drink evening the or blues,two, i Call for It t and Insist on Having It *t,t

"But he never blames the booze.
grandfather erected a little shanty oi ..>,
the Florida side of the bay and J.t- 4t
; move i:
His joints are full of rhemautlz, ;
ed the women and children to that
and His appetite is s'ack;; should have it at club at your
side my father and uncles who He has pains between.his shoulders Wti You your! ,
were young men then used the skiff Wj
Cold chills run down his back;

to tend cross to the backward cattle and and forward crops.;to The at.I He At suffers night with he can Insomnia! not snooze., i i favorite saloon, and on your sideboard.iDistrxfoLLteir. W-k

folks fmm the Florida side' could see ..
says it !Is the climate }
that something unusual was' transp'ring -jV tHe. he neFerVblames the ooze." JI'''''' I.!
on the other side, and were distressed ,? I.! :1
The leading,for,25c, and lOc straight .cigar' sold in about the' safety of the boys; His const'tution' is run down cl "fM
Father knowing! that the old folks! At least that what ha said), MO OG
the (
United: States.. ; would be anxious about them madean ryll Am % R
:His legs are stiff each morning: lg
, effort to get across the bay. The 9
Frank Pensacola Fla. boat would not float and he had nothing And other a swelled head. .. I .
Reilly Agent He tackles wine and whiskey, .., .'"'".
to repair it with. So launched '
:And if they do not fuse,
a hog trough that would barely float: ii; .
: He b'ames it on dyspepsia,
with him. He p'cked!! his time early "But ha never blames the booze." m

You Have Malaria Jn smooth the'morning and started when the across bay.was and very got H* says he can not sleep at night, 1t I' Wholesale Liquor Dealer,

fY.- about half way over when the sea And has bad dreams.He ..-
1 always
l breeze set in and sunk the trough and ':f t \ W
' he had to swim the baance'of the Till early sunr se beama. Pensacola I Fla.I, \
way. They final'y nailed a cow hide &
He thinks he has }
over the hole in the skiff and used her
MJRSIN but :.tEi
Though that is a ruse.
: in that way for a, long, time.. He :blames it OB to evsrjthing, ,i4t IWlt>['dA(11Ylni'XYIMfWIIW nTr-t ___. :"Xrr'nY1
TyXtPWttlWt.WYlY1 H'H"H'ttft
F, S. +IMt ;=H.t 'H-.t3= : ;! = I Ei"H"f-ti' : ft ti' fit;!:;;Iuf.. -H=4 E
blames the booze"His tNlMfkliFlufMYPRfMta/1itlJta t/rw (RiJI U/Fui,4isN1 ------- 1F3t
')But hs never nu.I' .
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WILL CURB YOU WHY 'liver! needs a scrap'ngAnd .

have a torpid liver when Herbine ,the his kidneys have the gout. _.1' '>/VVAAANWSWWWANVAMAVvSCREENS ........... ......
CURES '' '
have a """""v".And
of At last will.! -
only liver: regulator will help you? He'swatJows lots medicine.
LIVER TROUBLESBEST There Is.no reason why you should Till he th'nks he's'cleaned them ou t|: his fr ends w:11 have the blues. Put them in before the FLIES ands
suffer from Dyspepsia, Constipaton; H's l gs'are sfff and: iropp. Then should be his, epitaph '!
FOR Chills and Fever or any liver' complaints And it.hurts to wear:his shoes. "I never' 'blamed the booze." \ MOSQUITOES get into your house.
T when Herbine will cure you: He blams it on the doctor. - CONSTIPATIONGUARANTEED F. C. Waite Westvlle Fla.: ,. writes; ":-B.ut'h9 never blames the booze."t Journal. Supply of BRICK now on hand.
"I .
was sick for a month with chrIs
and fever, and after taking two Lot, He will wind up with the tremens looks of The Journal -'' 1 I-V -. G. ? hYl CO-
Phone utl. .I
PRICE,50>>'CENTS { ties of Hertine am well and"healthy., Then will have rats ana Snakes. It you like the tell neighbor. fever. thia- morning your
ALL DEALERS. y Sold by all druggists. First he will have a


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;:f ir.l:' !i f AQ\); FOURTEEN tl"fE PENSACOLA a.uU.RNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 8. t.90 tt
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r-;;1ii, ;p pVHITE 1 I \ STONE LITHIA WATER 'J.ro rur ro M." It'1 rr ancient city -

HI the Caesars
g JY! ( longer sees 11NEQilALLED
i--M rtf- .m. triumphal

,' i AND GINGER ALE' : conquerors of,
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ias' .These are

': j i To come forward within five days. This shows the increasing demand ., : e week during In, cul ev over Death Claims andMatured

;' 1 m that this greatest of all waters is meeting with in Pensa ola. 4 Easter in the

"!.f .J..<;. N r sLightness rot / Then Endowments

Purity and Valuable Medicinal Qualities. These White Rome be-
'comes vast church, and the different
y Mi
? $
church edifices are departments in the paid for ten by the
larger scheme, each contributing its years I
; i '*? w Stone the Gold Medal ate St. Louis Worlds' Fair. Highest award over share to the general programme. On

Easter day worshipers hurry from
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-" church to church, making the whole

'*!& Hii II 118 competitors.., ro.t round 'if possible. Peasants touch elbows -
1 :with the. old nobility, and they

t k! Ask any physician in your city. They are recommending White Stone m like kneel Italy death together often, levels makes in all prayer.ranks.the rounds The Devotion queenof with, UNION

ti; I for Stomach Disorders and all Kidney and Bladder Troubles They 1,, and the rest.even members Foreign lords of royalty and princes are in

the city by the Tiber at this season
the celebration with
: and participate
1I have investigated and Know its virtues It curesIndigestionquicker the p 'ople. f

t. ". One peculiar ceremony is the climbing -
which I la done by
of the stairs
S! holy
t. =i h:..;. than any other known remedy .1: the pilgrims on their knees. Prince -CENTRAL
1":f ,y...., I '' I and peasant thus'toil slowly up the
h 1''iftp, well worn steps together and kiss the

t.', ;jo'0, .81I, image of.the Saviour at the top. These
tf. i stairs are said to have belonged to i
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it & ,
u" : ,i;'Pontius Pilate and to have been trodden .
I I by 'Jesus at the time of the-trial. I -
; ,They were brought from Jerusalem to I
:.. GOLDRING8l: Rome by Helena, the mother.ot Constantine LIFE INSURANCE CO.
{ s" N in the fourth century.

f : J a During, portion .of. holy, week no t .
bells are heard In"Rome.. In place
i thereof smal boys go about the streets
k WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALER marking the hours with ,a quaint in
ffl<,strument known as the triktrak. a clap- Interest. Death Claims
per made of wood and iron. On Palm
0nJ DISTRIBUTER -". -. miIf i Sunday. the 1895... $ 849,463 $ 606,575
$ J, '

1896.._._ 989,525 639,281

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1897. 1,123,262 778,678
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pulsicnand! ; .terror, experienced injl .._
t few; brief momenb.J Iff'fa:' ,: 14'jorldaswamp .
."''' :i |5If 1891,345478; 936,139

II A PANTHER HUNT IN ESCAMBIA COUNTY (Not .-The "Davie" referred to
above, is Mr. Dayid Tolan and the 955.241
1900. 1,441,554
scene ofthe stan" was at Muscogee, .__
? Fla. Editor. -: ='

,*, By Mrs; ; Lillian 6. Barrow, Jackson, Alabama. ; ',' "(l ';:: '?; ; 1901 _.__ '1,630,362 1,092,872
f\.gj RUT
; for' what 19021,822306 1,360,354
tomorrow you can do today.If
.a k +.c 4 it was some years ago, when the Some animal. I think it was a '1 cannot- exp I a'n' my sensations' ; I'; you put off 'bnylhg-'a bottle of Bal-
;it1 county of Escambia, Fla., was almost' sheep, crossed the path in a leap seemed to live a life' time in the terroif lard's Snow Liniment: when that pain =- 19032,112,295 1,368,353
- 4 an unbroken woodand: where now it ahead of me, and simultaneously I became .. of his fascinat'ng gaze but by one supreme -comes you won't ba.veiany: buy a bottle I ,
is dotted with: visages, and sawmills; aware of another living thin,; effort I rallied and began to get today, -A. positive cure for Rheumatism .' TEC:SPIDER S'WEEPEBa. : 1,639,773
and the panther, though rarely seen, stealthily leaping through the trees."Scarcely mad some too. Oh, for a weapon. I. 'Burns, Cuts Sprains, Contracted I > I 1904._. 2362,055;
was known to haunt the swamp lands,, knowing why I did !it, I do not know how it happened 'but I Mucles, etc. T. S. Graham,: ers of imitation palms, and worshipers c ,
of the small rivers Florida. came to a halt in the path, and in the made a qu'ck: movement,' se'zed a Prairie Grove, Ark.., writes: I' linger, on the steps of St. Peter's $14,893,475 $10,222,871Excess
Where this hunt took place, Is.nqw light of the moon, just as,_the '2ome. light wood knot that lay near me and "I wish to thank you for the good: and other churches to buy these symbols -
4T a' thriving manufacturing town on the thing* made a leap and landed directly determined to die fightingl I results I received from Snow Lin'-, of the day. On Easter morning
Perdido rIver five 'miles from th?main in: front of me. ''"My movement 'was such another ment. It positively cured me of Rheu J priests may.beseen, on their way to ...
railroad and 17 miles above: the city "The movement was so quIck' and surprise for" themonster that tie lost matism after others/had- farled". Sold. bless the breakfast ofthe people., This 1 -
of Pensacola, yet I doubt if of the by all druggists. I meal consists'for the most part of
it any unexpected that I hardly had time to his voice and sprang into a tree near i! eggs
''j lg? citizens of the town that stands white form an idea of what ,it was, and I be- by and then I heard him dsappea.rngl I land sausages, and the blessing of it is
i and busy on this spot, have ever heard lieve h3 was quite as much surprised, into the swamp. i! Where Was the Joke T !, considered essential by every devout of Interest over
it the story. which he quickly changed Into ferocious Mabel-Such with Catholic.
"Frightened as I was, I saw my escape ;- a joke Mr. Gay
The man: actor in the hunt is now anger, emitting: the most unex- and wa'ted: not to be p..rsaaded boy. We were out on the balcony be- Another quaint custom that Is still
k 4 a'' man past middle! age. Hi was a pressifole, unearthly yells, screams and to take advantage of it. Never beforenor tween the dances,and'he got the sleeveof observed in Rome is that of spider Death Claims $4,670-
boy in his early then and the'
: teens :| growls in a cont'nuous medley, that since have I made suh a,time record hIs,'dress coat; all over red paint sweeping on Easter. It is meant to ,
men of the party have passed into the "
t :: I bjlieve a human being ever listened ; I fancied I heard that soft thud from one of the-posts that were just typify cleansing, 'Venders on, the
{ beyond.This i i to,.and lived to relate It. behind often,but all lanes havean 604.
me as painted. ud-And did near streets have small brooms fixed at the
,h r Is the story as it was told to:!: "I I too you go
suppose was frightened to
end, I finally: reached the door of ends of long hai lles for the
the post? Iabe1-Xo. Why? purpose.
hr me by the man who was then a little i r
move, had I thought it worth wh 1e.
my friend! burst !n without the ceremony -
boy: Oh, nothing; only,you have red paint With these all the webs are swept out
Seeing me standing st'll he evidently
so of sending in my card, flat 1 add to Death Claims
my If
""I had finished my day's work on,,, felt somewhat uncertain how to proceed had left 'en route,' and I suppose my all over the back of. your, waist of the houses. we
f{' the.farm where I called my home and'' to settle matters with me, and reason had tarried somewhat behind .. Easter is a.glad holiday in the Catho
was hurrying eagerly by the light of while he meditated he began pacing in that mad race. One thing was sure,,' Te rruL lie capital The feelings of the peopleare all Matured Endow-
k r.1 ; the noon to the house of a fr'end, back and forth tearing the soft sandy I had left my terrible: experience, end The conversation turned on the effect in accord with the resurrection idea, :
Mr. Hallman foytoame where I expect earth with his paws in evidence: of I was'safe where I never hoped to be produced on the emotions,by pictorial tho triumph of the Christ over death.
e ed to participate I had several!n a miles fox to hunt thatnight and his anger, never. forgetting his bloodcurdling again, when I stood contest'ns the art when a man remarked, "I remember The .common salutation is, "Happy ments paid in Ten Years
go medley."I right of way through the forest, with one picture that.brought ;tears to Easter," and this salutation is offered
pt a only a foot path to travel, but with '
t = d noticed that he was getting closer one of Its most terrible kings. j my eyes." .' not, alone acquaintances, but to
eagerness known only to a boy, I made; to me, and to this
j 4 light of the loneliness! "of the journey balls of red fire ,that day kept can see those '" lr. Hallman soothed 'me and' "A pathetic subject, I presume." strangers as well. The bells ring out ($3,364,202)) the totalis
!} by whistling in my happiest mood.... j I I'on me. gleaming scouted tha idea cf being apanther.. "No, sir; it was a fruit painting. I Joyfully, and Rome becomes a great
j ,lf 'It was a coon: Dave;; there's no pan- was sitting close under !it when It dropped I musical instrument, vibrating with
} t'er here.' he would say. on my head. : chimes. In other times the season was $13,587,0730
r '*1 Y 7 : "Finally the men arrved'to; start'on | marked"by perfect carnival of form,
L c. SMITH s. BROS. the proposed 'coon hunt,' and they,, I a riot of ceremony. In later days

4 i ft VISIBLE TYPEWRITERS were" not so sure' it was not a pan'ter.j i t something more of democracy and Excess of Interest over all
'Let's 'go back and take up the simplicity has been Introduced, but
1 scent,' they:! said, and we -did, thoughat
Machines Sold rented or exchanged first the dogs did not want to follow Vinol builds you up ,,
t j Sse or write it; finally,they were started and and keeps X1,306,402.WeChallengeCoiiiparison.
you up I
m we took a look at the tracks' lie had
g 4 : L S. BROWN, Pensacola, Fla. left in his angry march, and also on I
the body of the tree for the !scratches. k .
"'By jingoes, Dave, it she' wa'r a''
pan'ter, and a whopper at that, you!
sho had a darrer escape sonny,Ihore! ,'1
sad: Mr. HalIman.
"Twelve o'clock next:! day we came; M
up' to a dead cypress stump on the i
edge of a pond in the spot where Mus-j'. .
cogee now stands,.and there on a. S.. B. WILLIAMS
ting scraggy limb. .flattened out jut-I I ,
crouching position with its round head : "
hanging over, and its great red eye? 'AGENT.THIESEN .
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burning with hatred for us",we beheld f '
our quarry.He was about fifty feet TEE TEISTBAK EOYS ; BUILDING
from the ground where the dogs were!

itching Scabby Skin Bone Pains baying at the foot of the tree. t even yet the formal predominates.Some ,, -- -- .. .," _
l: s'F Swellings "I begged Jfr. Hallman to' let me of these ceremonies are very im ::: : :: :':: : : : ;: '- ''''57 '

UJ01a hue eebee hetJ.al1 Boah..8aa1es.Emption.Water, shoot him, but he would not. 'you I Our' delicious Cod Liver pressIt'e-for example, the singing of ::
+ and back pains and la Joints bones,, s5eotedpane Bliecera.by rtvtnS. puro,heAltJ11))1oo<11O might miss.him, Davie,' but I knew' I preparation without oil the "Miserere" in the glowing gloom of
} I ... I Itching, Scabby :was a crack shot, and I would hava1 ; Saturday evening. For many years
4. given all my little.; possessions to have i Better than old-fashioned I I the blessing offered by the pope himself Beautiful Easter Hat SaleFor
m? lt theJMNCER killed utm.Mr. I i cod liver oil and emulsions I on the city and the world, "Urbi et
k on Hallman took aim and fired and j I I orb!," on Easter: day was always wit
The atar picture* Patches In l1outh, SSSS: Swe1l1Dgs.Fating Bores,'l'a- when his old muzzle, loader ,! to restore health for f
.bow wbfit Botanic Blood Bore Throat. Pim UlcUs. .B.B.B.J: ala the lOre.BalmwUldl"I"ithc cracked nessed by a vast concourse of people.It .
t' Copper-Colored or worst can !! perfectly. XI yon have A the panther gave one supreme leap; Old took place fronrthe steps of St..Peter's the next two weeks, at Mrs. Nordstrom's Millinery -
: tloodpunudtictu pot&allJ'1lD. down PalnstateBloopdBai Bwemn", BUnpnr upward and came down, down, landing -, people,delicate children
and was followed the
Ulcera on any part 01 and tfcey will dis by Joyous
? *! body Hair or Eyebrows Oiling out,take appear before they develop into Caaoer. with a thud on his back right nearUS. weak run-down persons, ringing of bells and by the firing of sa 11 East Intendencia street. Get your Easter

tested'ha; w C Botanic J BIooiJ B aim J Guaranteed Botanla:Blood Balm B.B.B.) is pleas "'He was a pant'er shot sonny,* s3.l1: ,i and after sickness, colds, ,, lutes. hat here. Beautiful line to select from and the

case; Heals all sores,stops all aches and gredients, fctrengtaens Weak atom. Mr. Hallman; 'and the likes of h'm'i coughs, bronchitis and all i iI Cheapest i in prices.
41 ; "pains reduces all swellings,makes blood acSs, cures Dyspepsia. Prices! per alnt never been seen'in this country:; throat 1 .- ji Thoughtful Ancirtr.
par and rich char ling the body Into large bottle *alto M dlrec fed. If not and lung troubles.
lealtby, condition. cored when Tight quantity II taken "I am an old man now, the'story; i "What's: the first step toward the di-
Old Rheumatism, Catarrh, Eezeau. Scrofula writing money Blood refunded.BslmCaetlsnwa Sample Sent fta, Dee teller continued, "but I shudder to re-I Try it on our guarantee.W. gestion:: of"the food?" asked the teach- GIVE US A CALL ,
are ceased by Poison In the Blcod. B.B.B crtbe your gouge anJ special tree mom: member that night's experience, anti! i I pro Up went the hand of a black haired -
i stops Hawking and Spitting, Itching and .cal advice to.un-lOur "He a1Io HAS I have never cared to see the great} !: little fellow, who exclaimed withcagernessrBite
;.tch1nii oures Rheumatism,Catarrh;j .a1edt Jt -
tJ cats In
their cages, since as they I it off Bit it off:"
bring back to me that feeline of cal! H. WHITE & CO Low Prices in ,Hair Goodsr"

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No. If-Clemens.No. tu >c
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No. 5Riley. I
No. 6.-Em arson. .
No. 7.-C:)Oper.
No. 8.r-Longfellow.
No. Hawthorne.clb'f
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Virginia Clarance C.Martin Walker :: !! ,.

Julia Arthur Johnson Johnson, t "

.Manuel Johnson, ,

Willie Johnson, ;
Johnie" Christie, ; : clE-j
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Clara '-Wiley;; 4: ., ,,. ," ; ,

liella Inna Abercrombie McDavid, !I : 'rt'. '.,' :.--. ,,' '-,

Fla.. Bessie L.

James McHugh,

Charles Chunn, city.Lettie i
Martin, city. : Memphis, Lena Israel, city. Kathleen Mcffinnoii: "No. 4. Mattie O'Brien "No. 2, Harte." !lily I failaa! to send in and when I
Lloyd Margurite Susie P. Eagan, city Ouida. "Dear Puzzle Editor-I am always I,,i compared my list to the' paper I miss-
Sublette Johnson, Elizabeth Sigari, city. Claude: Kirpatrick,. "No.: 2, Gough." interested in the puzzle page of your ed I two. I say-three cheers for the
Everett Rice, city :: : John Di Lustro, city. H. D'Aleaiberte ((885 Dauphin, Mobile : pa'per, but this Is my first effort to I I puzzle army-for they are rollingout -
Nellie O'Brien, city.Lyala .. Carrie Davidson, city. ), "No. 1, Chaucer." answer them. I hope I will be the them old shiny cart wheels every
E.. Maddox Arnold Sara; city. Ruby Mattair, "No. 2, Rodman." lucky one; Yours, Ruby Estelle :Mc Monday morning. And Ray Merritt
Fla. ,. William Lee, city. Mary Cusachs "No. 2, Hearte." Donald." is going to roll one of them away la.
Mary Souder, Delta I -' "' Marie Pyritz, city. Leona Blumer's answers are so It is better to first be wise and get. the near future, I hope. Good wishes
Clinton MoConnell, \ Adele_Pyritz, city. faintly penciled that it is impossibleto on the honor list, as you didfirstpop. for our dear editor, and success for
Mac Hodgkins,. : Andrew Brown. be sure as to "No.. 6." ; Now-rtook out for the luck,'the puzzle army. Your little friend
Nettie Armond (No ; ( Dennis Eagan, city. Ray'erritt, "No, 2, Calhoun. though "luck" is a poor thing to depend -Ray Merritt" -
Willie Wilkinson, Eunice Gerson, Hotel Escamoia.! Carrie Blount,' "No: 6, Haite." upon-ever. Correct answers to the "States*
Everett Bascomb ( ) Fla.. Celia, Rand, city.Nearly B. Li-dtion! Solomon's list was so Here's a sple+*d letter from one men" puzzle pictures were received;
Jeff Davis Beard, ( Correct. "stuck up" with the mucilage with of The Journal's plucky soldier boys: this week from Barbara E. Wiley 23: ;
Richard W. ( which he sealed his envelope that it Dear Puzzle Editor-Here I am on Webb street, Hammond, Ind.; Hsrry
May. Stokescity.. "-The following send correct answersto was badly torn in withdrawing it, deck again after a week's absence.I forter 104 Houston street, Montgomery
Clarence Stokes, all the pictures but one, as follows -but all seem correct but0.. had my puzzles ready last week Ala.; and from Hazel and Gol j
Herbert E. Reidel. : I Geof 2'1 but on account of a death in our fam dine Jacoby of FIsherville, Fla.
Victor Walton, city.
Althea Blumer, city. I
Addie Stewart, :: :: m:: m --ss:: St: :s;:

Sammie Stewart,

Kathlyn Elmira Nellie Helena:.Glackmeyer Rauscher BelU.Monroe;city.,, i AT PE1VSACOLA CHURCHES TO-DAT. z|,

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Harry Porter city i of ser't I will be at 11 a. m. The afternoon day school' 9:30 a., m. J.. B. Tiller, 745.' Song practice Thursday 7:30 p.i Sunday school at- the Stoddart Ave,
Will Sam Barrow, c through. I service will be daily in the Sunday Supt. Epworth League 6:30 p. m. m. All welcome. cue Mission at 3:30 p. m.' C. F. Zeek;
Pbley. Barrow, city. ; ;. i school room of the Baptist church at Muscogee Wharf-Rev: P.( A. Rogers superintendent All are cordially in-')
Chester H.: Barrow, 5 o'clock. pastor. Sunday school 3 p. m., Christian.First vited.
I 7 Wednesdays and Fridays Holy T. L. Briggs, supt. Services at 7:30p. Christian church 43 E. .
St. Michael's Church. First mass Communion_ 7:30 a. m; Daily at 5 p. m. by Rev. George Carpenter.Lutheran Gregory street. Sunday school Second Church of Christ, Scientist.
o'clock) ; children's mass 9 o'clock! ; 10 a. m., H. J. Mackey, Supt. The Second! Church of Christ
last mass 10:30 o'clock; vespers and" ] m.St.. Katharine's-Cervantes and Davis Church. Communion at 11 a. m. Prayer Scientist-Services every Sunday'morning .
PUZZLE ANSWER COUPON benediction 7:30 p. m. at 7:30 All at 11 o'clock,
street. Rev. Andrew T. Sharpe, S. J. meeting Thursday p. m. Wednesday are
St. Joseph's Church Until ..furthernotice German.Lutheran. urch-Rev.
ternoons o'clock.
::... T. B. rector. cordially invited. Reading roots
*** '. Is given the following will be' Sundays: Holy Communion 7:30 a. F. W. Reinhardt,. pastor. Confirma- .' open daily from 10 a. m. to 3 p. m,,
Answsrs Must Be Written on This Coupon Kink No the Lenten Service schedule at SdJoseph's m. Holy-Communion 1st and 3rd Sun tion English service 10:30.a.. m. Eng- Presbyterian.First where Christian Science literature
On It. No church West Government ; lish servIce: 7:30 p. m. Englisn Len- be had.
Attention Win Be hid Those Not Written on 11 Matins. and 4 may Room 6 Masonic Tern
day a. ; p.
Exception to this Rule. street; j ten service Monday and Thursday 7:30p. Presbyterian Church-Rev. pie.
x 'Sundays a. m. Low Mass' and Instruction 1 m. m. Good Friday' German service Julian S. Sibley, pastor. .Sundays I I. 005
My answers to the puzzles in The Journal to-d&y are as'follows:, ; 9 'a. m, Sunday school; 10| Week Thursday. Days:10 Holy a. m.Communion; services with Holy: communion at 10:30: a. m. <'. 9:30 a. m. Christian Endeavor First Church of Christ, Scientist
a. m. High Mass and ,Instruction; 7:30"( every Confession 10 a. nu Holy Communion 4:30 p. m. Preaching at 11'a.o m. by First Church of Christ, Scientist-*
'' V p. m. Vespers, Instruction Rosary and every day at 4 p. m, will be administered. Easter night at Rev. W. Q. Vreeland of the Palafox 'Service at 11 a. m. Services will be
No.l Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament'I) St. John's Church, Warrington- English service.Scandinavian Methodist church. No service at held in the Pensaroia Library build-

:, ..: ',:, i.l'\: Wednesdays-7:30 p. m., Rosary,, Rev. J. R. Bicknell, priest in charge. Lutheran Church- night in'g on East Caaca street
.:"':" ( ;; Reading on the Passion and Bene-i' Services today at 11 a. m. and 7:30p. Services at 10:30 a, m. and 5 p. m. I
No. 2 '. diction! of the Blessed Sacrament.: J .. m. Rev. Helle, paator.
-,-''-', .', Fridays-7:30 p. m., Way of' thaj Holy Week services 11 a. tl; and JUDGE PARKU/ ILL'S ceed himself In the primary of May
"" Cross, and Benediction of the Blessed' 7:30 p. m. daily except Thursday and Baptist. 15, next
No.3No. Saturday. I'I
., < Sacrament i First Baptist Church Sunday Judge Parkhill has held this office
Mission-Rev. J. R. Bick
Holy Mass oa week days at 8: FINE ENDORSEMENTMEMBERS
'; school 9:30: a. m. The congregationof only eight or nine months
.,./ : o'clock, except Saturdays when it will nell, priest in charge. No services to- .the and, we
Christ church
; think, should receive the
be at 7:30 : usual re-
r o'ckxk.'I-'I Baptist church at 11 a.. m. Rev. P,
Confessions in the evenings before! nomination and election heretofore
No.5 .'; :. : Sundays,Holy Days'of Obligation and Universalist. H. +tWhaley. will conduct the services. OF PENSACOLA BAR accorded to others. We heartily
Church 11th ,Ave.
Hill Baptist ,
.. ,'- First Fridays from'4 p. m. to 9 p. m., ] First Universalist Church-East and Chase Street-Rev. J. W. Senterfit RECOMMEND, HIS NOMINA. ,commend him to the Bar of the
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,:) ; Baptisms Sundays at 2 p. m. or by
Chase'; strut Sunday School at 10 a. pastor. Sunday School at 10 a. Stat .
No. 6 appointment. m. Yi: P. C.. U. 6:30 p. m. All are m. Preaching every second and fourth Respectfully submitted
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.*. Episcopal.' Prayer meeting every Tuesday nightat Morgan, E. D. Beggs, E. E. Craw-
No. '
7No. -_ '. Christ Church-Rev. P. H. Whaley. 730 o'clock. shaw, a. P. Stokes, Scott M, Loftin
'" ', ," '' D_ D. Rector. Sunday school 9:30 a., Methodist West Hill Baptist church, W. Jack A. A. ,Fisher, C. L. Shine, Wm. B.
: j .-'. :-, -. m. iSunday, April 8th, the congregation Palafox J Street M thodist Church- son street-Rey. J.. Y/. '&enterfit,pas The following endorsement of fheppard, C. ST. Coston, J. Campbell
II 8 of Christ church. Rev. P.. ,H. Rev. W. Q. Vreeland, pastor, Rev.J. tor. Sunday school 10 a. m. Preach- Judge Chas. B. Parkhill by the members ; Avery, Jr., Sullivan & Sullivan, Pat-
:. : :. Whaley, ID. D., rector, will worship In Barney Butler, assistant Services: ing every first and third Sunday at 11a. of the Pensacola Bar is self explanatory tillo Campbell C. H. Laney, EL T.
i No. 9. the Baptist church. The Baptists: being 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sunday school m. and 7:00 p. m. Prayer,meeting : Davis, A. C. Blount Jr., Leslie E.
without a pastor, have kindly'.of 9:30 a, nv J. N. Andrews, Supt every Sunday 7. p. m. l Brcsrs, John S. Beard, Dames R,
B. Parkhill.
I ;, : : fered the use of their edifice to the Epworth League 6:30 p. m. Home Hon. Chas. :I La drum. Jno. C. Avery, Jno. B.'
No. 10. rector and -vestry of Christ Missionary Society wfll' meet Thurs. PensacoTa, Fla., April ,7, 1906. :I Jones Thos. Peiley, Geo. P. Wentforth .
Service will De at 11 a. m. ehurch'J day afternoon at 3:30.: Rev. Butler Church of ChristChurch We, the undersigned members of', \ E. 'C. Maxwell, S. Pasco, Jr.,
1 On Good Friday the rector of will fill the pulpit on both, morningand of Christ, cor. Jackson and the Bar of Pensacola." endorse the I:I W. A. Blount Jr. W. A. Blount, c: M>;
church Trill hold service in the evening service today. Alcaniz 'Streets.' Bible school 10a. :I Jones WI,. Zachary, J. Walter Ke
V lN J byterian church, which has been 'Gadsden Street Methodist Church- m. Communion service at 11 a. m. candidacy of Judge Charles B. Park-:i toe! J. H. Smithwick, F. W. Marsh
No. teously offered. The collection 'Pres.j Rev. F. .!\. Rogers pastor. Regular Preaching 7;30 p. m. by W. T. Tracy. hill, of Pensacola, for nomination for f Wm., D. Howe, J. Emmet WolfcJ

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-: ..Y. method of selling Pia s"o'1..th e ""Pay-When-You-Like" ;plan, there's no .,reason why any family in -- : .

: <'!': :' '" Pensacola, West Florida or Southern, Alabama should Without one The, Pianos we sell are ..,< ', 1,
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;, Sr The Vocalion is undoubtedly leader of all congregational organs Churches in need We have a very complete assortment of these Machines, and keep constantly on hand

k '' ; of an organ wilt find it to their advantage get, our; price and terms on this organ. \\i.' large quantities! of newest records for them. .

The Farrand Organ, for,the home, is put up in black'walnut or quarter-sawed oak in.' = : Victor Talking Machines; .$18,50 and up Edison Phonographs, S10 and up. All disc

m the latest finishes, and is beantifully carved and ornamented.. Records now sold for only 60 cents. All the newest sheet music at half the publisher's prices.

.t M Prices up to $1.30. Ten dollars down and $5 a month puts an ,organ i in_your home. Daily 'concerts in our stores. You are cordially invjted, to attend.

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W' fi4"y INNNNNNNINHNNNNNONINNINN//NNNINNNINNNINIM a believe you're glad the bat didn't

4 try.F.7; +ay _f \ HOW "UNCLE CAL" I ..*y ; I S SHE;: believe,."regarded She. eaid.I am her," he with returned.' quiet amuse- 7f (FULL

<4r t Professor' !and! don't believe 11y.hat will.be un
voice and criticised here,"' she said, with a EXPRESS

i CUT THE PIGEON WING I i '. E. ALLEN. f.f.i I "I can't I glance shall in have his direction.you all to my- PREPAID

2 I "Can't ," he said with content "Let's

t . t t to on the fence and have an Easter o
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"My t :worshiper. here," he said point-
been wrought up to almost melting
heat, I told him i we would play him f abruptly. .
Wejl? climbed the low fence and sat
Ff Ffa Scotch country Taffy breakdown., a real' old-fashioned I "Didn't f on the top rider. The air was m I Doz
Y "Horrors! and; It was freighted with the
That was the last ounce that broke I ,
aside the of warp, wet earth. The sun-
quick as thought"Cal"
: k drk the branches made
Yq > an ideal through an
? N was on his feet and did
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i S : ;o of the finest dancing I ever.-saw. He he shadow fabric on the ?
smile Bird'voices piped with a pleas $ 12t
i cut the flying pigeon wing, back step,
: e hw double shuffle, shoe' brush' and many "It's no plaint!veness. I
Refrigerator other steps. '. I L girl, with good to be alive," he comment I
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S When I came to',rea.l z9 that a man "I know
who could boast of .350 pounds,, :, ,; .:. course It it?" she said. /
lime r:. h to be here," he went on.
avoirdupois, was 68 years old and had ,irE U"The 517 AND 519 WZST BAY ST.
ilPQ Rr : tbafl at the Church of the
been girl
punctured by seven minie balls
Is Here from the federal lines.during'the civil "Perhaps ?" she asked. JACKSONVILLE
war, could dance like that,..!,.was almost winter bat ," He averred. "I've much -=-----
+ t' constrained.; tb.think I, was in "Exactly courage: here." I
Ij While the workmanship: finish trance! 1.1 tainly w Iore'courage?" questioned.. Marine Grocery Co.

"1k and general are factorsin Mr. Tippin is one of the most grace service at More courage- to make an
the appearance of ful dancers I ever saw. He has only I Menoni Is / confession," "he explained. 604, 606, 608. 610 S. Patafcx St.
making a good refrigerator, one equal today, and that is Morris: string I be given absolution?' rhone 725.
they'go for naught unless combined Murphy, of Bellview near Millview. S"You depends. It Isn't murder, is
vftthi the qualities of extreme refrigeration If Messrs. Tippins ahd/iiurpay: could. V. J. VIDAL, Manager.THE .

.a be induced to show; their activity on I of the like suicide, I Imagine," be re HOME OF GOOD THINGS TO
. p ,perfect hygiene accessibility .. the sta'ge in the opera house for the EAT
"You won't laugh at it,
C for cleaning, ice economy and 1. E.,.A1.LE.N.Heretofore benefit cieties, of I believe some of it the would benevolent net quite so-a "UNCLE CAL" TIPPIN I my He.' guoted"I you grimjy.?" lie_aid, with. very apparent Halibut Chunks Just, Halibut Received Quick: LUll,"G

roommess. I have"'been nice sum and afford pleasure to all I "I 60 kits of fancy Mackerel, $I per
writing up who love' music and fine dancing.I were laying down their arms, an up-" of tba seal l of the confessional you kit.
IJ There's your ideal refrigerator and some of'the famous-6ldrcitizens' of Es- start of- an officer was going round fie. '
hope no one who reads this will, 'W she said. "Certainly; not" 50 kitE Salmon 1.25 per kit.
ti j ,, .the ve got this sort" for safe. ".. f\ .. cambia .county, ho-jived'! here 60 or for one moment, imagine "Uncle Cal"is cutting the buttons off the officer's'' The girl thoughtfully studied a neIghbor- BO kits halibut fins, $1.25 per kit.

,'t. fJ J Before* you buy,come in and look them tO years.,butih.e! subject of this sketchIs a frolicking man; On the'. contrary- coats.command"Cal, and" was whn a lieutenant the federalofficer in his, quaint. tree. The,girl.was covertly watch- 60 kits of Cod Tongues and Soundi,
extremely a1iJe. atthe present he'is one of the mostpous! men I ever "That's him wIth'curious'eyts.. S1.25'per kILBloaters
over and our prices with others"at ;; : reached Lieut he !H' "'tn! ?,
compare Tippin stepped
Milkers and Roe?
1 't time. I.amywrftlng about! ;"Uncle Caf saw. The best treat I had at his course I : almost afraid to confess, he
#. the same time comparing the goods out of line and told him (the Yankee) Pickled Salmon Dill i'ickle3,
' ( ; t Tippin, than whom no braver 'soldier house, was the soul-stirring family stand, but at length.- - Codfish,
If he was man enough to whip him he Krout
[Ibatsallweas Saiier
.t ever went! .on the battte'field. prayer offered at breakfastI r can't.go. must be a grievous sin," she ob German
could have. .
the buttons. The officer Pigs Feet in kits. 100.
tRw Several weeks ago I met "Cal" in I must relate an anecdote that shows surveyed "Cal" from head to foot and '"All N ManewH and Lange.'s: Fruit: Cakn.
Pensatebla aDd made. arrangements to the mettle "Uncle :Cal" Is' made of. passed on. > he r fear you'll think It !Is," said he. National Biscuit Co's Fruit CHK! *, 250
ui.IF Gerson'sTINE be at his house on the followingMonday. After the surrender when the soldiers A hope God may bestow His choicest when she, was silence again for some mo- per pound.
{ .After, .school I started .out to blessings on "Uncle Cal" and his whole ''But ., Tljen he. straightened f himself We handle the celebratr i blends ol
find his home; but bwiffg to the? changed household. said. cleared his throat. toffee roasted by the Gulf] n-y: Coffee

1lj't .. ,. appearance "of the country In con L E. ALLEN: "Alone? love you," he said simply. "That's Co., H. P. Chipman Manar
sequence f"the timber' 'being cut lb. Gold Sndard:
!I vehemence."f confession,' Oaxaca, 35c ; |
Oottrell f set ayas/ \; lost .the route a.nd was only Wash DirtSome GOOD JUDGMENT !hate color surged Into -the girl's face. lb: Diamond. Blend, 25c lb; GoldenBio
right by alady inthe: neighbor 20c lb.Strictly
PHOTOGRAPHS.. hood.... is the essential characteristic of'.men i church on turned away her, head so that her fresh roasted and as goot8S
HI T' : I. laundries and women.' 'Invaluable to good business ever go,"' -waa hlddl$- on. Coffee sold In this city.
; Pensacola Fla. When I arrived.1 found the good old not only any
gentleman on'the gallery waiting for wash the' 'dIrt'out of a men and necessary to house --"See' I get absolution 1" he asked Send us your orders and we will deliver -
wives. A shows
If shirt, but pretty woman good Judg mise. ? l.: promptly.
me. any man desires to see a living nearly ment
history "of the civil war, he has wash the'very life out of when she buys'"White's Cream l.l.Ing at a ,*' she sal< her'hkd still turned -
Vermifuge for The -
her baby
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$ to We'.use'an abundance
k only stay all night with Uncle dear
: OOD "Cal."' A short time after arriving, a ofSoft ers. .Many medicine indeed ever are offered the to sensible moth;, iwhere he @suing. silence*,was decidedly "Well, I have," she answered
Mr. Nobles brought In 65 cents worth | It is i of the The man broke It. antly.
All kinds that want mothers, who write expressingtheir coufe
you I ask, then, why my
t ot fine oysters Easter I'm glad I confessed" Slay
which he
r/j Hi! ;- ; caused me to Water: gratitude for the good health of their L. Bion was not granted absolution) ?" !tt:
see visions of fried, stewed and raw "Of stoutly.- -
children, which they owe to the use
oysters for breakfast! and Soap They : girl made no reply.WelV said.
White's Cream Vermifuge. Sold
OAK AND PINEcheaper .. by"j' it's-it's IJUJ1
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kin prepared by that model daughter Let us.call.for'your wash. walked a better;, go back," ... sins that are absolved. she repllfd.
than you can buy"It. ,' :MIss. 'Lida, who besides "4Jnd we owe it to the hat. sail1.i / -
being an WASH CHINA SILK, 21 INCHE: road and helped her from the .wall and '
3 anywhere. Any aizt you update. cookjs certainly one of the I ol'woods.t walX(fD c1t-fQwa-rd-the< road. "That didn't come" she IwwBOftly.
The Star
want 'Steam.Laundry WORTH 50
best \ BLAIR EATU"Cheapest -
iM teachers the county the neigh. T.
Elizabeth man's face
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YARD: GOES' OTHER was jerj grave .
bors GOODSAT .
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teresf;then not see the laughter lurking fn
II: C. SEWELL music which Is always forthcomingwhen .THE. SACRIFICE SALE AT .t''And w girl's eyes. accident in.surIUl1"--:'
LIda presides at the piano. ONLY .
25c .
37 harden St. asked. 1 tbongbt-perbaps :*tz'>
M1i When Phone 114Penucota. you might have Thomas' Eclectrlc Oil. Stop;*
; we had.rend1red
Dixie in five .
Phone 614. different keys, and "TJncU Cal" bad .:'111.' E. BRAWNER'S. "The !! tip, >Rnch," .fce. said and his heals the wound. All d-
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the above, it maf help .then
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that he : EOPLE'S
to locate him by the explanation The
sometimes known as "Uncle Albert.

t5 WITH THE "OLD MAN" AT GARNER'S BAYOUFrom The preacher whom he refers" to
,* quite as; one a "I-fisherman liked mighty hImself-the well, was ini- in Low Prices.

.1 tials of his name, we believe, being 32 West Government.
Rev. H. S. Yerger-and an interest-
Ing story is'told about an incident in
.. connection with one of the fishing .
the files of an old newspaperthe too many, no how. Sam '11 go. We juice with two of bitters and five or most of our business was done in trips which ,he and Uncle Albert. CLC>CKS:
following account of a trip with couldnt do without him. He'll six cases' of beer to every' loaf of mullets. .If you bought anything usa the Old Man to Garnler's Bayou is se steer. Did you ever''' see him try to bread. Of course you must have change would be given in little mullet -and the reverend gentleman were A good 8-day Parlor Clock, with alarm $3.00
cured, and as the fishing season will run a course? Well,.he can do morj some anti-fogmatic and Chamber We used to call a good fellowa out after mullet, Uncle Albert throw- 8-day :Mission ClocKS, $2.75 to. ............. ... ... ... ... ,.. .. .. .$5.00
soon commence and mullet will soon steerlIrg in a limited..space than any lain's Cordial in case of snake -bites.- mullet, an' if he was one we liked ing the net and the preacher carrying Repairing at reasonable prices.
begin to run, it makes especially good man linn'. He'll make every pont They don't count. Now rmgoin' extra well, he was a roe mullet I the sack. After .several casts I J. F. DAVIS, JEWELER, at Coe's Book Store. .
reading just at this time: of the compass from east to west in to begin. Bob lust. a drop of'bitters. could tell you many curious things batf been made with more than the .
At Carmen's Bayou. goin' from town to the marine ways. You put on UK- pot and have the but it's'time to turn ,lq.'What usual good luck, the mullet always 1 A
One must be in the party to appreciate I'll fix everything;an' we'll go Friday." lard hot, then add flour to make a about that alligator, ? Well, that Is, being put into the sack, Uncle Albert -. ',:-;.,: '".-'.- ,, ::;
the pleasures of an outing at The day arrives and, after a sail, rue. Let it brown well, see! Yank a so well known I didn't" think. 'it worthwhile thought they had about enough
Garnier's. No description. can do halt.,varying in duration from six to six little of the anti.f:>gmatic will make to* mention it. and he proposed returning to camp. )
say jsutice to such an occasion.The teen hours, a congenial 'party reaches me see better. I don't see as well 'as "I caught young 'gator- and tam On examiation, however, instead C
,party is generally made up their destination. The Old Man: is I once did. Now add your season- ed him. I was a'small boy then.'He'd of finding what"two-thirds Uncle Albert of a usually co'n- HERfi1iHsf ARE
nthout premeditation-on the spur the life of the crowd. He knows ing, onions, chopped fine, pepper, fllow'me like a dog. I taught him to sack terms full"about of mullet, they discovereda
cf th? moment It originates about' where the finest fish lurk and the salt, garlick, etc. Put in boiling wa- 'work in harness and pull my boat But hole in the sack out of which the
is follows: One who has been there fattest turkeys roost. Fish, birds, ter. I always take a 'glass of I the1 ''best thing was riding him. I fish had slipped as fast as they had ,
meets another and casually remarks venison, with the viands and condi beer when I put the water in. Thank! had a saddle and used to ride up town "What in-have
in. lOU
"Let's go to Gus's for a weekor ments brought from home, under his you, that's good,. you see I get hot I!. anytime..- Of course he.;.went-through !been been doing put ?" shouted the irate Old tsN
ten days." "Agreed." "Yonder's direction furnislj forth? a- feast for a standing over the fire. There's that: the water.. Some' fool feller saw him Man: to the utterly amazed an,of
the Old Man. Hell go I know, and Lucullus. Dutchman handing me some corn; hitched :down on the wharf one' day speechless' gentleman of the cloth. -
fe can leave everything to him. I After the day's,sport 'is'.ov r.and. juice. Here,goes it. I don't like to! and killed him. I'm gong to bed. :And then followed a stream of forbidden -i b
say Old :Man we are going to Gus's the repast finished comes the gather- hurt his 'feelings, by refusing, but You fellers may sit there and lie all language which even the preacher ,
on Friday and we want you to makeup ing around tae camp fire-and then one has to be careful not to drink; I night if you:want to. One small drink. knew was justified and they both ,,, 4
the party and look after thingsfor the Old Man is in his.glory.ko too much when he's makin' chow a'day is all any man needs and..I'm returned to camp each feeling that .
us. Win you go?" ; man can spin; such a yarn or .der. going to take a little now'forthg sake he ought to apologize to the other, FEEDi
"W-e-11, fellers, I don't know make such a chowder as he. Before "Now you see how I've cut up the,]of my health : but neither daring to open his mouth
about goin. My liver Is kinder out he'begins to talk let's ,see him enTMC fish. All the bones are out Boys, I "You' ask whether ever: saw a sea for fear of making an already bad 4C
of order and I haven't felt well for \" "-'l'ariIl'4Ol! of his cele- need a little bitters. That's plenty serpent ,No, I never did. The bay matter yorse.-Editor)
two weeks." brated disheg.iu .' You might put your potatoes in ]! ain't big enough to hold ole I reckon. n
"Pshaw! A trip will do you good. '' tn jou fellers how to make al twenty. minutes ,before the about1 We used' to have a preacher hereoneI "I suffered habitually from constipa ( -S
Say ou'lj 'go." chowder and I'll _show ,you, but Ii:. man needs somethin' to strengthen'him liked mighty'wellhe moved over tion. Doan's Regulets relieved and Mkt RVtC0185 ,.
"All right, I reckon 111 have to make' know :you can't never make one: It when he's makin' a chowder, Te! to the ocean side: an' wrote tack be strengthened the bowels so that they Err
the sacrifice. Who'll go?. W+ -weaoat requires experience. Just watch, don't have it. Thank you Sam. Ill saw one. I' always wondered ;what have been regular ever since."-A. E.
want too many Yank, hell but c don'.t: bother me,; There Is one never say a word about your steerin'. kind of brand he changed to, for he Davis, grocer, Sulphur Springs, Tex. rr
go He was after me ,yestiddy, an' thing I can't standt's' to have too 'Twon't be long befog: she's ready. Yes, never did see none over. here. Good I
there's Eli the Dutchman, Bob, B'll' much liquor in camp. The right I always Jake beer to,cool off with, night fellers. Be sure to tell the d
111' one or two mo'. We don't want proportion is tw'o\ 'gallons of cornN11N111N11N101N1111110N11N1NN1NNN1Ne I you must watch all the time: an'stir'truth while jou are talking.! 1
I to keep from burnin'. A nice littletoddywithout' ---'" .
I too much water-is (To those of the ;younger genera 1 SAGE LEAVES I 3
I always in order between stirs. Now tion who do not recognize the per-;
the fish in an' in fifteen
goes or twenty .

i I There Are Many Women Who Get |II IIi IiI course minutes you the add chowder'll water and be keep ready.the pot Of A Fine Line, ofTENNIS Special to The Journal. I'E E'
; covered and not too much fire underit. :Brent, April /.-At last, we have e7p&Cr t1fB..
Now I'm goin' to take a drink as had a rainless week, and without a
i my part is done." cold wave
More Personal EnjoymentMARSTON "Old man this is fine. Did they While the past winter was unusually
I Tout make such chowder before the war mild, the cob? waves through the A .
I when you were a boy? Were the mul- i month of March were very damagingto ,
of the things that beautify, decorate and add comforts i let as. plentiful! then?" vegetation. Early, corn and Irish >
GOODS badly "knocked out"The
"Fellers, potatoes were EiR
you speak of mullet, ,lbtJ j
t to the home than they do out of the things for mere :i ih mullet,"you just ought Jo've seen the friends of Mrs.. Geo. Marshall' ,
t personal enjoyment Handsome furniture. f in the home : mullet we 'used to'get when I was will regret to learn tbat*she is now 1TNcF.SMELLEN&OO.
al list. coming
on' .the sick I
boy livin' at Big Bayou. Now 1' JUST RECEIVED' I
is of comfort. By our : south she had a serious struggle
a, source unending pleasure and! to ,
f you the truth. I've seen[
with Lagrippe and had barely rallied!
Z ,
Buy now. Pay Later Plan anyone can have fine furniture the mouth cf the Bayou jammed with I New Tennis good. to venture on the long trip to .
: -- : mullet! so thick 'that you could walk Rockets-$1, 5, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50,I I enough
and pay for it while usin'g it. over _the water on 'em 'where the! $3.00, $3.50; $4.00, $4.50, $5.00, $5.50. Florida. with the finny

J Sideboards, Polished Oak, Plate Mirror, $15.00 to.-.,.' f, .... k.$65.00: bridge now stands. The Dutchman. Nets-$1.50, $2.50. I tribes What of is the wrong gulf that the fishermen :Ji 7. d ; ,
: Bedroom Suits Oak substantial well' finished $20 "to $125 i looks like he.don't believe me. But Balls-3 for $1.00. about to abandon their business)! THIStCITYiBY
finest an ; : wouldn't ..Fine'line :,are SOLDIIH .:
he know the truth, no' how. fresh spring Fishing lucrative employment .> ;
j i Odd Dressers from $9.00 to $25.00; Chairs 75 cent to...-.. .. ..$5.00 :,[ was always truthful. -My grand: .Tackle; new and of best quality. |!i. and ?seek Is the more supply being exhaust-t i,{
Z father's sister, a very pious old lady, One thousand new Edison Records ed' like the pine timber on land I .
: came over tQ visit us from the old .just in. Come quick before they are i or, has the "rQugh" weather caused
country when I was a small boy, and picked over. j I:a collapse in the once lucrative business -
v t she told my father .I was the most Out of town orders promptly filled. ? If there is a shortage in the #
f & QUINA I truthful and pious boy she ever sa'!.' :product there would be an according L ;
1 She was anxious for me to go home aaVance in, prices.
with her and enter'the ministry. My. .. i The fishermen may be allured by l
108/110 S, Palafox St. Phone 148, Pcnsacola, Fla early raisin' sticks to me yet F.p B. BRUCE deceptive outlooks in abnormal fieldsof IF YOU LIKE THE JOURNAL THIS MORNING TELl YOU
t "Yes Pensacola was a glorious enterprise, ,
11NN....................NNN d .NNes. .., H* place before! the war Tie fact is I <' 'THOU.: .: McmL.\.N. NEIGHBOR ABOUT IT.c 'It.7HE .

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ki.i SMOKED BLOATERS, I .. -- 1- ;
.1 The Japanese entertainment given: '. % it } : !. Jo' FliT'k
{ FANCY COD FISH, : at the residence of Mrs. L. E. Noblesby .: I it
I the Mission Study Class of the :.. ;
;. I, PICKLED ROLL HERRING, i Gadsden church. League, proved to .- be a very!pleasant occasion. A large 'i .
:3 f TONGUES AND SAUNDS, number of Leaguers were present and t1 i .
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ANCHOVIES' program was > "*";;> Vf \,. .
most delightfully. > s '1
CANNED SALMON, Program.No. } iiP: "

II : 1. Vocal solo-"Oyama San" -. ... ,.. .....;.. ,,,,. : :. :
;?' KIPPERED HERRING, -Miss Nell Richards. ..''.','''::" .-,' """"." -- ., ,,'. .
1 1.t ; I \'"o. 2. Recitation-"A Japanese "
I CLAMS, ran-tasy*"-:Miss Lois Roulette ;
No.3. 'Vocal solo-"A: Soldier( of .. ;: .
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II LOBSTERS, at ,Old Japan"Miss: Gladys Brittain. '. .' iI .,, "',
t No.4. Recitation "A Little .. ': < I
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Girl's Ernestine ? '
Reverie" Miss The Shoe and I
1 j Store
.+ PICKLEID EELS. Smith. "'.-- ,.
In addition to these numbers Mrs. I :i'.-:' !"
It L.. E. Nobles conducted a short Class = ....I
,.. drill on-"Sunrise in the Sunrise: .' ..0' ,
& 1>l' Kingdom"-the study which has justbeen 1 ;
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completed.On ... H'-. .'_:-: : ...'.. ; Extends '
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ROSEN/ID/ & &GERELDS every hand were to be seen s
suggestions of Japanese life anl *

habits. Wisteria, the old and sacred :: RASTERGREETINGS. I

h The Fancy Grocers, ornamental vine of Japan, were thepredominating f ;-
( floral decoration,
which however, did not consist ofpenoants } /
i Phone 391. Penaacola. hanging two and three feet "
IB length as are produced in the \
Island Emprie. '. "' /
:.; r The guests were seated on mats in :zY.; ,
the dining room and were served I '
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Japanese dishes in 'real '

: !.,' -u'f* Dessert for merriment style which with provoked probably quite some a little discomfort > -'yl : : ; : PY. TO ALL. .'

developed to the those exerrcise who of have sitting never on i < I ; I

Simday'sDinner the floor.

The Class is to be congratulated tf t: ; :i:;:; '

on the large attendance and"the, success ; ,: > ,: ., J.'I. J.
of the evening, much of which -". .
1 '' Let us send you some o! was due to the interest taken iy .'I. .'. -- ": -
t' Mrs. T. L. Briggs, iXIiss May Burton
our fine ice cream for Miss Nell Richards, and Miss Eunice: .

z Sunday dinner dessert Rogers d
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i.. ; : Most any flavor-you want, COZY'S NEW OFFICERS .

Ar! i. ; put up in 'bulk, brick or ''RECENTLY' ELECTED. -

fancy mold and thoroughly vers, At,,the.the meeting Cozy, Club at'elected Miss Edith new officers Oli .S I: t We Want to Sell You That Pair of Oxfords for Easter .

1Iiss .Miriam
packed in clean, saM : Blount president, .
:Miss Helen Fisher vice-president

tary vessels with plenty* :dies Edith Oliver secretary and Miss ,. If you get t them'here, they will be correct. Ours are
Marjorie Yonge treasurer. .
of ice to keep It hard. The --' '
Friday evning the club met with ; r. different from'the-! other ,sorts. Just have more style' -.
price is small :Miss Yonge and Miss Mary Winston and about them. Come take '
individuality look if
If1' i.. Jones haN, the best paper. 1 a buy -
Miss 'Mary Francis Lamar of the' L ..: :.J ./ \f i you:.p lease. < fl"
Audubon .Natural History club and "

its first president was a special Meyer Shoe Co.
{ guest. The next meeting will be ,

r Kandy Kitchen Cafe, !With Miss Dorothy--+-Dishman.. : '. 102, ,South Palafox St. Feet Furnishers For Folks >'
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: 104 S.Palafox, Phone 999 REGULAR MEETING .. ..
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'Pensacola; Chapter U. D. C. will ,
hold the regular monthly meeting at; ;,; .. .

,- the residency of the president :airs J. .. .' .. >' ""
A. E.. f .' ;, ; .
) Dayi 319 West Gregory, .' ,
PANAMASCLEANED Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock.> :. : $5.00'PAIR. $4.00 PAIR. "
'.. $$4.00 PAIR.
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fk SEND FLOWERS FOR THE ; r : ';, Ladies All-Patent, Kid OXFORDS;. ; .La ies' .All-Patent! Blucher Oxford, Ladies' patent Kid, Vamps Blucher ; .. .
{ -I-1& BLEACHED, REBANDEDBY CONFEDERATE MEMORIAL ( c f 'i"_.': .;. Cuban heel, turn sole, bench finished, welt sole,*, swing last, Cuban heal, Oxfords, dull backs, welt and turn '

Leave Hats EXPERT at Wagenheim's WORKMEN.Cigar .MONDAY' OF NEXT WEEK.The" r'. <._ something very;;handsome": wide, silk laces. very swa'gger. sold;Cube heel,silk laces,,very natty. '

4t4 rA'' Store, 32 S. Palafox.C'o.ttrel'l. I Confederate Memorial service I : -- f' ,
; will, be> held on Monday, April 't $3.50 PAIR. '-- 1
16 J .. : :: ." $3.50 PAIR. $3.50 -PAIR
on account.of the annual Confederate > -i -j ,
p", reunion., ill New Orleans on April 25- : : +, ; Ladies' Patent Vamp Oxfords, large Ladies' Patent Vamp Blucher Ox- Ladies' Gun Metal Calf Button Oxford

: fK. -26-27. '!.::,' ) .. eyelets, French ,heel l. dull back, very .ford, welt sole, half Cuban heel, quite ,:C ban heel, swing last, an Ideal
,K.: : :, FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. '' dressy. not&y.:.
'EVe'ryiody.will please send flowers .. walking Oxford.,
Pensacola, Fla. .to the Confederatemonument .
} by 1 .. '. ,
t ; o'clock on that day. : -... .. '
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tIk4 -+-. f .: $3.00- PAIR.' : '$3.00 and $3.50 PAIR. $3.00 PAl R.Lades' .
BOX FOR ORPHANAGE TO ', Ladies' Gun Metal Calf Blucher,
BE Ladies' All-Patent Pumps, with'thenecktie Patent Blucher Oxford,plain
PACKED ON TUESDAY AT .: Oxfords, Cu MR. ANDREWS' STORE. .. .. plain and cap toes. light and easy. -
large eyelets, 'with silk laces. '
Those Who will contribute thereto, ., ', .
YOUR will please take notice that the box ..,. I ... .
to be senr as an faster offering to ,,: .- $3.50 PAIR..Ladles' '. $3.00 PAIR. I $2.50 PAIR.
the, Summerfield Orphanage, will I be l :- ..
: : Gray Oze Calf Pump, cuban Ladles' Tan Blucher Oxford, welt I Ladies'
packed Tuesday at Mr J. N. An- Rosalind Ties, all Patent,
'att .drews' store. '\ I .. heel necktie bow, quite neat and very. sole, Man heel, silk laces, large eyelets i with two large bows tied :with wideribbon

Quite a number of packages have '-.; : pretty. / ,' ; laces. Cuban1 heel, a new idea.
EASTER been received at the ; : ,
parsonage, 't '
others are promised, and more will PAIR. 1&
be 'gratefully received.So -,'. : $2.50 PAIR. $2.00. PAIR.
'. many orphans have been sent # .. .. Ladies' Tan Blucher Oxfords' plain Ladies' Patent Tip Blucher Oxford,. Ladies'. Oxford; Blucher and plain, .
from Pensacola to the Summerfield ", : 5. toe, Cuban heel, silk laces, .light Cuban heel, wide, silk laces and largeeyeltes' lace, blacks .and tans, all kinds of
orphanage, tSat; the Home Mission : J sole. heel '
TABLE Society took up the work of sending .'-
a box for Easter f$2 '
as a privilege and I s
pleasure; as well as a duty and the ...- $1.75, $1.50 and 125. ., ., $7.00 PAIR. $6.00 PAIR. .

1M1JrI prospects'are memorable for good for making Easter I ; '. ,-:. ,.., Ladies' White Canvas Oxfords,plain Men's Patent Corona Kid Button Men's Patent Crown- Kid Oxfords, allstyles 6f
less some of the mother '" .' -.,. ; and cap toes, light and heavy soles, in Oxford. Military heel, THE EDWIOLAPP .medium and swing lasts nine
should be well or- !and fatherless children there .:. .-.:._ ..'-I' fact any kind you may want are here. toes to seject from The Edwin Clapp.
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; deredand complete.and BUT RETURNS NEXT FALL : -," :: : '.. $6.00 PAIR.
uNri MR. HYE'R BUYS .. -' $6.00 and $5.50 PAIR. 5.50 PAI I R.
we can help you makeit Mrs. W; 'D. Chipley will leave t.'. .is>, .: r Men's Gun Metal Calf Oxfords, !?fen's Tan Oxfords, dark and light Men's:French Kid Oxfords, all styles
about May 1, provided her health ''. :. button and lace, Military heels, THE' shades, four styles, THE EDWIN and kinds 'plain and cap. toes, THE '
so. Among our spec- will permit to attend the Southern ; -; .;--- 'EDWL.'l Ol APP. CLAPP, EDWIN CLAPP/ ,

ial solicited attractions Baptist convention in Chattanoogaand : ... (;; -... ,. d
then Join her sonr.. "
nr* Chiptey in Marshall, N. C.t. for Dudley the _( f \ :'.. .. r' $5.00 PAIR.Men' $5.00 PAl R. $5.oo PAIR. .
f' are summer. : .1 ". ,. i .. .
Everybody trusts that Men's
Chrpley will Mrs -.t ... -, Gun Metal Calf Oxfords, : )Patent Button OxwordSoring Men's Patent Blucher Oxford, full "'
be able to Last,
rra df the Military HeeL "
Military bfellarge
: ;: 'f: : eyelets, swini '
Baptist convention iq whose great ,. --. MEYER'S SPECIAL. 11EYER.SPECIAL.. last, THE EDWIN CLAP
KENNEDY'S work she Is an invaluable aid and ; "
fit that a summer in the mountains .r' t- -: .. z
will .- .
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enable her to return next fall with -;. ."" -. .' $ 00 PAIR.Men's $3.50 PAIR BOYS' OXFORDS.
Cakes and Wafers
entirely restored health. i; .
: Oxfords, all styles, in
1i Mrs. Chipley has sold her home ,.; : .: kind of leather, KEITH'S KON-every "Men's Oxfords; any style or kind We have here fist what you want .

t1 I i iit ,x andLaTouraine so place many- the of historic her happiest mansion days in which have iJ.0" "- .., QUERORS. -.,-. ., you
: Roll Wafers been spent-4o Mr.. W. K. Hyer, Jr. .! : .. '

The Chipley residence must ever > ..' CHILDREN'S OXFORDS. LADIES' HOS3ERY( -25c to $2 PAIR MENI..SHOSIERY.. 25 to 75c PAIR. '
have a special charm for this ,'
We are sole for com .
agents munity, for within tits beautiful walls : t .. : Just can't enumerate all stylif' All that's new in Cobwebs Gauzes, Here 'abundance, styles to pleas
Nunnall 's Candies many'of the city's best interests have ', : here, but we have what you want. Laces and Lisles, Black, White, Tan all,patterns extremely! modest or dash. I
been promoted an.Q'' around its hospitable Come and see. ? and Colors. ing and bold, new weaves and designs
'board the city's most distinguished ., .
guests have been royally entertained ,

In Pensacola's behalf, by Don't Delay the buyiug of your. EASTER FOOTWEAR any longer, COMEAT. : ONCE and make
Mrs Chipley and her your
husband, the late Hon. distinguished W. D.. Chip- selection_ *, Itis utterly impossible us to.tell you in print all we have, bet assure you we have styles to please all, we are

ley, the'I largest sellers of Shoes in Florida, and >ant you: all! to see our styles. Ample extra '.salesman' to wait on you, so come _

MR. AND MRS. WILLIAMS ,and ,get STYLE and QUALITY at the same price. ,

IL! Sol Cahn & CO. tertained GIVE Mr. BAYPARTY-'and Mrs. F.'PICNIC.M. Williams ''n : f0' .-PalaMEYER! SHOE COMPANY. .. Furnishers '

S Yesterday at a delightful : > Folks.
picnic and bay party in honor of .
Th. Pur Food Store, t .
lIiss-Emma. Mahone: of Luverne. Ala., ,
w Southwest Career PtUfox ind 'istendeeda.s. who Is the guest of her sisfer Mrs. B. 0 '

J R.Others Pepper"present were, : Miss Occie1 \ I ., \ ti I'

.; k- t Phones 480 1TB Clubs..:Visa Edith 'Lusk. Miss Lilliei! f.1i. t __ 9fI .

Williams, MISS Amy. Briggs, Missj '

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15c White Lawn, .only-------=:.-----:;.- ----f_;-...--lOc 1,500. yards Valmont Batiste in. small V 5c. Pearl Buttons, per dozen only ---_____________- ___3ct

15c Colored Organdies, only:----: ----il__.:________UOc dots and figures also organdie Safety Pins, card 3c
designs, very per --;--------.:---------------------

8c White Lawn, only--------;.,. -----.-' ---------------5c pretty and stylish, regular JOc J values,.special' tHooks and Eyes, per card _____L__________ _________lc

b 15c White Organdies, only-;::-.-- ;.. -.--------J----lOc 10 yards for 7c. \ Pins full paper ________________------------------_-lc

35c French Ginghams, only ----:.----,.;: -----:..--______25c V v 10c Pearl Buttons, only -___.:.'____________________:: _5c

35c Silk Organdies= only------_---;- --:- --------" _x25c 1,000 yards Cluny Insertions just : thething Ladies': Handkerchiefs, only .--:1..------_________.._3cLadies' I

20c Figured Organdies, only :__ _________12 l-2c pair
------"-- suitable for trimming those pretty Drop Stitch Hose per only---_________9c.
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35c Shadow' Silk, only ______1' ___..;;__:1. -:-_____r_'_______25c I lawn dresses, this season- they are worth 10, lOc Towels, two. for_____________.__________________ .5c ,

20c Mercerized Tissues, only -------:.. ---------12 l-2c : 15c Towels 'lOc
15 and 20c per yard, special sale price only large, only--------:- J----7-- :, :- -

15c Madras, only ,______-_ll __12 l-2c 1
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lOc Zephyr Ginghams. only------.1-2, c ; Bleached Sheets, only 48c
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15c Linen Finish Chambrays, only --------li ____12 l-2c '. 100 Ladies' Waists 75c Values, only ------:-_________49c

Plaid'and Check Silks $1.00 value, only______j..75c' 250 Ladies' Umbrellas on Special. Sale 100 Ladies' Waists $1.00 Values, only________________73c

15c Oriental Lace, only :_ lOc only ------------------49c
-----------, -.-------- --- -.- $571cooqualitly only 73c \1/ 20 yds Best Bleached Domestic ___________________$1.00

35c Corset Cover Flouncings, only. ------'.__----._.--.--25c ,' $1.50.and:$1.75 quality .only.______$1.23 9-4 Unbleached Sheeting, only______________________1 9c


$2,000 worth of E. P. Reed Co.'s Celebrated Oxford Tiesjust


received, at $2.00, $2,50, $3.00 and $3.50 the pair. Ladies' have you evervorn a pair Reed's Shoes? If you haven't. jou


; don't know \vhatvear and -comfort there is in a shoe until, you have tried them. There is style, wear, and comfort, all in one. We

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the Chamber of'' Commerce, and a the banks of the south to follow suit self avoiding anything sensational.I 1905). !
HOW A NATIONAL BANK member of the Executive Council ot, They pointed out that in- the city of The arguments advanced were those 1905. $$1.120,000-$1,45, Increaseover OPERA HOUSE
the American Bankers' AssOci ton.: Pittsbui'i, where bank advertising is that any solid banking house might previous year .
Mr. Brown 'grew up with ,the Citi perhaps better done than in any use-the strength of the bank, the ad- $303,000-$356,000
DOUBLED ITS DEPOSITS: zens' National Bank having joined its poauaunity; th's' : country, the banks I, vantages of systematic 'saving, our Due to Advertising.' t One Solid Week and
'a advertised in the newspaprsshowed willingness: to aid new enterprises and
forces as runner in 1875,:four years that Asked if he believed that this remarkable Saturday Matinee
I after the'bank was established,.and became an increase, in assets of 38 I so forth. Although we were prepared.i increase was due to th-a'
-- ""successively teller, cashier and 11 per cent and an increase in depositsof I to continue our advertising: for a year newspaper advertising Mr. Brown Monday, April 9th.
of floating:a new enterprise, but in president. He has seen the business] 85 per cent in a period: of five years I before pass'ng final judgment on its:! said: "I am obliged to believe so be-
: Story is Told for Printers' Ink by order to determine'whether a banking of the bank increase year after year while the banks that did not avail! effectiveness we were not obliged: toy cause in no other way can the sudden: The Edsall Winthrop
institution .of long- established repu- without the aid: of newspaper adver themselves of the columns of the to wait that long in order to be convinced increase in the volume of our business, '
President of the tation, and already ranking first in tising, but was broad-minded, enough) cal papers gained in the same time!, that our newspaper campaign was, be accounted for. It is true that 1905 Stock Company ;
its field, could .develop new .businessby to realize that newspaper advertising: only 27 per cent. in assets and 11 par proving. a success. .. was a very prosperous year for the
Institution means of newspaperadvertising.. might help! to develop new business.; cent in deposits. The articles: in the Doubled Accounts. south, but so was 1&04, yet our In- Presenting the Greatest Repertoire of
: Associated with Mr. Brown the News 'and Observer took the broad One of the immediate results of our
"Dabbled", 'i in ,Advertising.Other on' crease in deposits in 1904 was only: COMEDYS AND DRAMASever
bank's board of rectors: 'are Mr, A.t vIew.that banks ought to advertise not i advertis;ng was that some of the other $66,000 and our increase in assets only I I
forms:of advertising it had B, Andrews, first vice-president, of. : only for their' own benefit but for the'r; Raleigh banks 'bean to use space regularly $104,000. Without newspaper advertising seen here
SYSTEMATIC CAMPAIGN OF ADVERTISING tried before and, had profited to some I in. the local and this Monday Night
the Southern Railway and Mr. John C.j benefit of the community, because increased ., papers we should have undoubtedly
extent by them. 'In with
% common Drewry, general agent of the Mutual prosperity for the community helped to awaken public interest in
increased business somewhat over
BROUGHT IMMEDIATE -other banks, it issued a neat little The House
the of in Light RobberyPRICES10
meant business for the banks. subject banking
( Insurance
;. fob RESULTS AND GREAT ment .of assets 'and liabilities and the owner of the Raleigh Evening Times. "Noth'ng: does more to favorably': People 'began to comment on the advertising ures for the past five years before one 20, 30 cents.
These gentlemen both advertised,their advertise, a city (says one of the News and Borrowers and depositors
the conclusion
names of its officers and directors. It it is impossible to resist Ladies free Monday night with a
PROFITSr-STORY OF HOW THE used illustrated postal! cards as well, own business in the newspapers, and and Observer articles) than the posl- increased. At the end of thJyear1905 that a great part of the increasein paid 30 cent ticket
tfon of its houses, since one we found that we had gained -
other'' with the president, Mr. Brown, were banking the volume of our business last Seats
and matter and Sale.
printed once, now on
BANK WAS INDUCED TO DO IT. at least it '230 inclined to believe that newspaper advertising of the first things a prospective inves twice as many'accounts as we had year was due to nothin'g else. Per-
distributed page tor considers is the reliability; and during'the previous, year when nonewspaper
book containing a history of Raleigh might be a good thin'g for haps the best proof that we believe so
the bank. progressive spirit of banking: institu- :: advertising- was don. Perhaps
with the words, "Compliments of ourselves is the fact that our appropri-
; the most impressive evidence of SAFES SAFES SAFES 1 SAFES !
tons.Therefore every banking
(From Printer's Ink.) Citizens' National Bank" printed on Outside Inspiration.The J ation for newspaper
This is the story of a bank that the cover. In'short, it dabbled in ad- first definite suggestion; .that, ought to let,every reader of the home the Value bank of newspaper, is this advertisingto statement year has been considerably) increas; Buy Liebold Safes
a however
advertisement in
Mvenised. The bank in question tertising after It*the) 'manner of conservative the bank ought to advertise in the paper find an every ed..
'B the Citizen's Bank of \Raleigh 'the instituti9ns: ; 'but until last daily papers, however cam' from the issue, .both for the :good it does the showing the amount of 'our deposits I Scarritt Moreno, Agent.COFFEE.
assets for the
and five
bank for the of the
largest institution of Its kind in the year it never solicited business outside. Mr. W. H. Bagleyt business j and good commun- Feel languid, weak, run-down? Head
State of North Carolina and the through the columns of,a:.newspaper. manager of the Raleigh -News. and" ity. Of course, if a bank has all the Th@ gig. Increase! 'Shown. Mr.,' ache? Stomach "offN-Just a plain I
wishes statement referred to by .
and customers it
The of \ow the Citiz ns' National ,depositors
depository of the funds of the United story Observer began toprint in that paperin
: and if it does not wish to help in the Brown is Reproduced below. It shows case of lazy liver. Burdock'Blood Bitters
States of the State of North Caro- Bank vas induced! to experiment the fall of 1904 a series,of articles !
growth and prosperity of the town In that prior to the time the newspaperadver'sing tones liver stomach, pro-
lina and
with; forth
and of the City of Raliegh. These newspaper advertising and setting reasons "Why Banks .
facts are stated here in order to 'em- what came of it, .is best told in Should Advertise. These articles directed which' it is located, that bank ought was begun the annual gainin motes digestion, purifies the blood "
phasize an Interesting feature of the the words'of Mr Joseph G*Brown,the attention to what the banks of not to advertise. But there are no amount of deposits had been between .
tory, president who is also States such banks, and the bank that fails 556,000 and $101,000, and the!!
namely that the advertising bank's presidentof the Eastern had accomplished We are the Pioneer n
annual .increase n assets between$33flOOr
'vas not undertaken for the the Raleigh Clearing House and by newspaper advertising "and to advertise is hiding its light under a
purpose urged CLERICAL
bushel. A few years ago It'was not ) ( ahd $104,000 while for the Coffee Roasters of
r.. \ of railroads adver year 1805 (the year that the newspa-
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Use. Look now in the magazines and per advertising:- was done) the increase GREAT DEMAND West Florida. t tiMcHUGH'SBlENDS
.I great newspapers and you will find in 'dePosits exceeded $300,000 and the ,
ONE CARL'OADOF increase in assets $350,000. Mr.
railroads are among the biggest adver- ,.
tisers. Attractive advertising of delightful Brown added-that this result was accomplished '

trips promotes traveling, and, at an expense for advertising POSITJON, AWAIT YOUNG WOMEN. .
passen';er receipts swell the incomescf of less than, one thousand dol-
-' 4Stateoientof" AND YOUNG MEN WHO'QUALIFY -
I railroads. Bank advertising encourages lars.,
saving and thrift and these Citizen National,Bank of FOR OFFICE WORK. have no equal. Atria!
Raleigh North Carolina, showing
bring business: and profit to banks.
One of the speakers at a recent bankers' -!. amount of deposits and assets fora will convince the con :
'" f- : V convention in New York deplored I I period five years., Deposits! that
the fact that less than ten per cent.,I in roman type, assets in black:. "Nearly every day we get an application we
1901., $594,000-$872CCO for a stenographer bookkeeperof make extravagant
of the'savings institutions in this no
kind of office help,".said Professor .t
country advertise. He pointed out 1902. :$$650,000 $957,000. Increase some
The Pensacola Grocery-Company recently received that, in this age of strenuous competition -I. .' .-, over previous: year, W >D Sears; of the Pensacola claims. .
: a ; c. something must be done to, edu-: i;, $5;,OOO-$85OOO Business College to p. Journal _representative -
? the other day.. "We justcan't
cate'the public and turn their: thoughts 1903. $f751,00o-990 Increase '
solid carload: of1AmiGi7 towards these banks or a diminishing : ,?,:* ; over previous year,I supply the demand, and it is Wholesale and RetailIGROCERS
.1. business will result The most successful -! "< : 'l $101,00-433OOOI() strange too because WB are turningout
1 savings institution 'of the future 1904. $$17,000()-$1,094,000. !Increase: a great many'competent men and
: ,, over previous year,1 worn \1. The :young, j>eope]. of this '
will /foe, he contends, the one
which is the most '66,000-$104,000 city should qualify themselves. : for
only ably man
GOOD LUCK POWDE.R aged, but which also takes its deposi-, (Newspaper! advertising! begun Jan., clerical demand.work" of which there Is sucha I I and all kinds of Feed

tors and the public! most closely into ,
its confidence." I I '-- Professor Seat's remarks are true,,I,! Stuffs.
and every youn'g- woman and young j

This is one of the largest Baking' Powder shipments ever "It was Systematic these articles Campaign.in the News TA'STE- ( /I' ,GOOD man should in attend Pensacola this excellent or\ West Florida institution -'I 5

and Observer," sad! Mr. Brown, "that S;:: and prepare for the many good Water
induced the Citizens' National Bank ,for LunchGrapeNuts I positions which awa't' them. A night Wluto
made into Pensacola ft is the product of the Southern I to see what the effect of a systematicnewspaper class has been .1nit1gura1 d. for the I
; campaign would be. We benefit of those"wbo'are,enable to attend
; were aJl,agreed that spasmodic advertising the day sessions. This college I Wholesale and Retail.
Manufacturing Co., of Richmond: Va., and one of the most: would not do so we determinedto I teaches stenography, typewriting,,

print an advertisement every day bookkeeping, spelling grammer,
popular I brands the markelt. Always ask for .. and ta kejp:! it up for a year, no matter > arithmetic, etc., and guaranteed positions : New Orleans Grocery Co,
on : how unpromising: the results mightbe to all its students. The cost ota >
at first. This plan was adheredto .and course is so small. that ii< is easily
using as a rule a five inch single paid. ;
column ad, !\' occasionally we increased -. CREAM Either call on PrdfessbVSears or Ellis Jas. McHugh,
GOOD LUCK BAKING POWDER Jthis iff'tin-inches of space. i and full particulars wIn,be given,i
The advertisements I prepared my-I J or ring phone No,900.' Phone 105. Proprietor


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.".".. '; "':.<:,!! ... .. ..'. ., 1 .. c._ __ .u ,--, .. "'!! Mrs. Frank, Phon, and little daughter> :- : -. -..- :-. .:i -, .-' ,... -. ErI -. .: ;;: :;_':: .::-!' _:!

;ti.; '.... .. .. .- .-- -' .. ... .' .., .- -' -, f Mary, of Houston, As- Irs. Paon -
- f /- -l} is the. first member 61 K: family. ) Mrs.
VH.! .. Bennett has seen for' four years tbd

'" .-" ',:t' sisters.meeting is dOUbly interesting to the I Best Ever Made
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,pleasant guest "of Mrs.. A. E. McDavidfor
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v' 'fo.-L 'several'days, :w'.ll: Have? Monday
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.i, Jl-j se !for her. hpme in -Whistler, '; Ala.
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fl; ;1 Dr. C. 'E. Bennett has just returned
lf' ,
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'i \"'. City. Mrs. Bennett visiting. rela-
," 'tives in Owen boro, Ky. I
.b. .J BEACH HAY .
-!\t. ,' ,- \R2V..: J. S. Siblejv who was called

',.. ,...,.. ,. .'..i home, from Chipley Thursday' < .conduct -
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}'. the funeral of'MM..- Bollard! ,'returned -
1W t to Ch'.pley: aturday morning ani/la and Lemon
*.t.., to preach the dedicatory sermon Jn'
t '.'t the new Presbyterian church in that
place today returning. to Pensacola .
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!r Monday morning.

;::1'f :.-!t'* ,ON BAYOU GRANDE. E If Maclayare"rfe many greatly friends-+-pleased'of Mrs to: W.learn S.- Being the highest in quality they

that she is
0 I appeal to the wealthy\ who demand the
f Mr. Campbell Keyser and sister :
Miss Nellie accompanied by their,
',vjf t : 'NO MONEY NO EXPENSE NO LABOR friends_Mr. John Brittain and Miss: twice far

\.. '., Marjorie Hunter are home from very best. By ,going as as
school near Washington for the

;'tp:;: ;f::,. will be. saved in making it-- (Easter Mr. and vacation Mrs. W. with*S.Keyser.. their' 'parents* 'i i other kinds and flavoring_ perfectly they

.Mn, HermarifEugel has' returned.
rl!; from an eight months' vacation spent -
FS THE SUBurBS in St. Louis New York, and other are equally popular with those where :

: cities and will now reside in this I

a city.
tt Mr. A. Johnson andMr. economy .
and Mrs. H. Hume, of Morris;
IU., and Pensacola, Fla., have gone
': ':"if, I to their"summer" home in Morrisaf' : 10' aJn..d: 960 Si es
[ ter"spending' their seventh winter
gpSsi"Ji ft in this city where a' host of fr'.endi: -.,'-- --.-...- '
> 1,000 lots sold during the last four months will welcome their 0 return' next fall. I. r.o't t.o PY.1 ..iIY.:.- :---' ..." -.--''f...'-,_..-_. ----c.-5t- -". ,;"" .......'tL.J.lJ.f.:i'; "<' :-

_--31! Jimmie Walker one of The Jour- -
gal's brightest carder boy.s, :will return ,countryside.: At" :the abbey --. ..
fZ ; and more are being sold day to work ondaYi.having: 'recovered churcib.tiie, aster.t stivai was always E Novelties
every ter
his. s
from the accident that celebrated with. marked splendor, andIt _
Journal friends feared would prove was" visited
on those occasions by
i lli-" Lots in East Lake \\2 miles from Birmingham serious; and everybody's' is glad( to 1 the devout'from ail Germany; One of Get Easter .dyes, rabbits, chicks here. A beautiful assort
-. have him back. -. ..I..the chief attractions of the great feast nfent-a"sfer cards and books in great profusion.
e i*
m was a series of religious tableaux.

agki. Ala, are to-day worth from five Springs Miss who Pauline has been Wever visiting of High her; the leading events in representing the Q e's : i0o or.

i1:& sister Mrs. Dr. Roberts in Monticello, Scriptural account of the resurrection,
arrived last night and will spend the Phone 235. 213 South Palafox Street, PemacotaEASTER I
and prelimInary to this was! given a
to ten hundred dollars for r summer with- her sister -Mrs.: W., D. of-
i"f; ; we are asking Fears. the sort mysterious of object,lesson process.In the In,meaning the courseof : .

; ; ;; our lots, two and one-half ((2 1-2)) miles Absolutely Lemon A small or quantity pure Vanilla goes<'',flavors of: Blije'twice perfectly Ribbon as 'far, beautifully symbolic this latter'the colored feature resurrection-was eggs-rwhlch a huge nest are the of

fM from the city limits of Pensacola $3500 l and Flavor s gives,.! desserts;-the. "Blue, Ribbon j deus"On ex.the machina.afternoon of, Holy Saturday + .p'e

; Father Boniface, the young monk who
had charge of this Important duty, I: -
and street facilities THE EASTER craved an audience with the abbot of
t i : guarantee car the foundation.

t SYMBOLISM "Alas, my lord," said the young'

E :: : Come and join us Drop us a line and monk dejectedly, "the foxes have eaten
1 : : By GEORGE, H,.,PICARD.Copywfight every chicken belonging to the abbey. I,
: They have;"In fact, eaten chicken J nL J ? S "
; GeS'H. Pi ard. every r -
1906 Jby .
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our salesman will call ttpoii : | in the country, and:there isn't an:eggto ,
You.. ; be had for love or money." ,
"t"ifer'.,;: x' 1tr HE symbolism of | "Then why haven't you seen to -it
!1 .4r.',?is '- *' Easter, supreme that. we. were rid of the pests?" the 2
.tk i ;,'among Christian abbot asked severely. S. r v
t festivals as It indisputably "Because your lordship has ordained '; .d ,
P '' f is, Is that no living thing which Is mentioned k t Yii
7 CT.1i: Pensacola Development and sointerwoven with respect in the ,sacred Scrip- ,
FIf.nit J' with the mystic: tures shall be hurt and the fox is men- .
.,,.vw-v-S?.y.:<: cism of paganism tioned therein' and almost always respectfully
;' that it IG i is ," Father Boniface reminded

Construction Company practically Impossible tim.
to fix The Benedictine smiled faintly. "The
definitely "upon fox is a sly sinner, but he should cot
. } the origin of be permitted to outwit a community
living under the rule o' the blessed
f iLtc'l} ". .. ... ,. some of the leg- Benedict he said dryly. "In the good
)f :: i : .._ _.__.___. .- ---, __ 'c._ __ ::.. ..:' _.__'-.1if.f! ; __-,; R ER endary which observances old days my brother you would have

-- -- r gone directly to heaven with your
have become
: : i plaint and not to abbot. f
mark has had three delightful weeksin which entirely "makes,good" the common property. The genesis of'the your
I prediction
The monk betook himselfto
; Jacksonville as the guest of Mrs. that the personal .of the, Easter rabbit, for instance, is involved, young
!Uohn Grethef with three more gay "drama" would suffice to flll the opera! In much obscurity. It is known that the chapel and passed the nightIn
Society weeks in prospect when she cut her house. Miss Alberta Hyer is the efficient the rodent was used for sacrificial pur- vigil.- At early dawn he arose from
t visit In half to hasten to her mother's "promoter." poses long before the foundation of his aching knees and sought the nest 2
which he had left
side. empty. As he ap-
f Christianity, and also that it was an
: 0 Miss Jessie Brown of St. Louis, is 'animal sacred to Eastre, goddess of proachedVa: snow white rabbit leaped
t' 1 ((Continued, from Pass. Twenty) Miss Maude and Miss Mayme the attractive guest of Mr. and -Mrs. !light, from whose name our term Eas- from the nest, and the delighted monk
Willis Duncan returned Friday froman saw that once again in the history of
4 James Macgibbon. The ladies are ter is to be derived. A( is
Flossie Boyer, Miss Georgia Boyer, enjoyable. visit to Louisville. cousins and :Miss Brown (became quite supposed holy things the sly old fox had been the season when everybody
Hjii'.::-:, Mrs, John H. Kohler, Mrs. B. R. 0 How the rabbit became the custo-
popular during a former visit,, abouta outmatched, for the nest was filled
tlt lI' Pepper II r. Wilmer Robinson pebley. arrived to join her husband and! they spec- _eggs 1s no mystery tothe_German,
I cordial than his feeble
ially welcome from her art had ever been able
ai John Jones, and Mr. Osgood will,reside on West Romana.' friends and admirers. many toymaker. iacn district: has its own to provide. v jj and blossoms out with some-
rgrS +
r. A Hams. I a popular variant 'Baden's legend is as
0Airs. -
+ Mr. Charles B. Goulding ot Anda
t, \ ."' sIr. M. P. Palmes left last night for' lusia, ,Ala., is in Pensacola on an extended J. I. Brayn's Innumerable' follows: MONDAY WE WILL SELL 20 thing fresh and new.We've .
: :Birmingham where he 'will combinet visit to relatives. friends learn with regret tha.t.she. Is' In the mountains overlooking Frei- YARDS -LONDSDALE BLEACHED '
..4,1'-n:,' Ibusiness with the pleasure of a visit I I still confined. to her apartments at burg early in the twelfth century there COTTON FOR $1.60. NO ONE always an unlimited
t), (4 to his daughter. I 'Mrs. George Potts and daughter I Hotel Escambia .toy the effects of a was an abbey of Benedictines who OVER ONE CUT.F. i'
\" a,;.'f".., -+- 1 Miss Alma of Birmingham have ar1 severe: cold affecting her .throat. 1 dominated-- the ?piritnnl 1 .affairs of--the E. BRAWNER. galaxy of styles in choice
+Pct', / Tennis at the Country Club fol- rived'on a visit to her brother Mr.! i
l'"r i t Sowed by a picnic supper is popular T. J. Childerson whose condition is Mfcs.: Julia Jordan her daughtepr,1
t.f) 'l.t} f. o' that the good old summertime is -+- I A D., arrived Thursday evening from I Spring Footwearfor
.t iI here. Mrs. J. R. Saunders has a lovely: Ottumiwa, la., on a visit to.Mrs.. A. D. r 1 tNoExCuSE
[ ; h niece visiting her, Miss Tennie Wood and
T. young daughter, Miss Minnie.
.. .+J1\ .Miss Daisy Hallmark the charming Smith, of, Suffolk Va.- who arrived Wood, of 924 East LaRua. I ,
& : daughter of Judge and Mrs.. Friday morning. I i -+- !1 ._ I ]//-r Men Women and Child-
q has -
George B. Hallmark returned (Mrs. Henry Baars '
: up from a four
\. from Jacksonville recalled I The young people have appropriate" days siege of one of the -colds! that I! JOONN, MdvE JU9t Non{ >suTER _I A Net E h vwDfA+ n 1' rene We handle nothing but
; of her mother's fall ly decided on "Just For Fun. present. I OM WELLf 1 t'0Y
wtvb, by' news are decidedly more fashionable, WFT OTOHU iC oWYoU'LtF RN1 A
pJM Vffl a.few days since, happily finding her I I ing Miss Florence Turtle Miss Hilda: comfortable. than t+ERE1Sh DEU OUASE 4 H tl ri'D D,0 F i1: o, i 1\1/i'J\ the 1 best and the patrons of
r'able to be uP though still feeling the Blount Mrs. J. S. McGaughey, Mr. route ; ,

N," .. 'E..,...+..i effects ojt her accident. Miss Hall Vogel and Mr* Harvey: in the. cast, Mrs. J. Earnest Baars left Thurs nAr, this Shoe Store never wear ill-
J day night for Thomasville to see her I
fiAjj mother'who is ill fitting poorly-
if! 0 unsightly or

t z PI PROSAIC HEN'S EGGS Miss Norton of New Orleans, whois t made shoes.Everything -
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ssit the charming guest of Or. and.Mrs. I rS I II -
Mallory Kennedy, is also the, frequent I -
when transformed the guest of the delightfully "small 'and 1 ,
4* informals" that lend.social "charm to. r. Ready for Spring
of our Easter dyes become society in Lent. r.O4

w things of extreme beauty and -
: : The innumerable friends ot Mrs.
: + : of endless joy to the young Superville are charmed to hear that We've low cut shoes for everybody.
she is getting along surely if rather
is attracting
Our Easter of
M r a and old. Every color that slowly, at the home of her sister. Mrs. display new styles

lu* f tints the most H. >H. Thornton., rsyccgss rOW 5TAAN E, JOHN, wELL WELL, a great deal of attention,
gorgeous AT LAST" hIOP!I ACT SO"WO
I t I> can be had and effectively Capt and Blrs. Turtle and "family OFY0u9 / fTBil All! F' If you wear SL50 or $6,00 show, it

GH ffrfr{ used with little trouble left the Friday summer for as Ft.usual Barrancas to. spend 3 II i matters not, you'll find the best for the

P and great satisfying results. money here .
The crowd of young Jewish societymen
a ; '-4 Packed either in solid gave a most enjoyable dance in : :
Catholic Knights Hall Thursdat night S.
: colors or paper dyes, each 5c.Hooton's complimentary to the S-rte of their : :
v; a set. Mr. and (Mrs. Edwin Porcheimer -.BOSTONSOESTORE
feKS and Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Cohen were
1 the delightful chaperons.:. r-

Pharmacy. 0 Fashionable
Mr. N. H. Frolichstein, of Mobile,
4' : is expected today on a visit to hi* i' Foot Fitters
1 daughter, Mrs.! Adolph Cohen',
The of ProlT'tD'eIlYe. 0 1 .
Birthplace .
,,.. ., Mrs. H. J. Bennett of .1603" Ninth ,
avenue was made :very happy lat -
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bor: hearing the ,screams pushed to 1IINNNNIIIINIONONNIIINII N111N.110NIIIII.
?Morris, DannheisserFormerly her assistance and asked what was
FUNS th .matter. The wife, pale and faint, I

( of Dannheisser Bros.) I CAND FANCY pointed to an incription on the box" i HAVE ANY f
Pure Old Rye and Bourbon.; Fine which read as follows: "BJl inside. ,
Petersburg Independent.
Wines, Beer and Tobacco. *

Old Hickory Whiskey MySp clalty. -i'I, AND FOLLY IN FLORIDA Job"The for Fool Fool| Killer Killer.! can. find lots of I i i GAS TROUBLES ? I

12 W. Zarragossa Street. work by clubbing' to death those pea
PENSCAOLA. FLORIDA. < ple:who think-they ought to fill a.hotel -,. '. .
register with all kinds 'of rubbish'! '"We.wish to advise: gas 'consumers who have 'any : .
I That will be one.of theitems the Recording trouble whatever with either gas Jights heaters or
Florida and Alabama i Some Rattlesnake Stor.I's, ed or posed or affected an air'of wis- distilled essence of honey spread Angel will; have chalked up, : cooking ranges, to promptly\ advise us, as we have |
J. W. Pearson, the oil'man, was ten.\\ dom or assumed a patronizing man- thick on a piece of?,pumkin.pie. Away against them when they go to registeron o a corps of gas experts always at the disposal of gas :
ing a big' rattlesnake story ner. His official conduct was ever back in, the dim joyful years ago before the other side. of Jordan. ft. 0 consumers to remedy any gas difficulties you may
LAND'COMPANY .which he.brought from.Crystal river I courteous and dignified. His'speeches we lost our teeth and our cinchon Myers Press.. .. I i experience 'I;
He said a rattler Vas killed down were always strong, forceful, clear the beauty prize the prettiest girl -
Manufacturers of there a few days ago with 38 rattles and logical. His sagacity is such that in all the world told us with her eyes A Thousand Dollar's Worth of Good.!I i e
and Dealers in and his carcass 1liled'a. bushel basket he_ seldom takes a false step in the that if felt like a covey of quails flyIng '! i *
was cause he manages. His integrity of out each eat and ended with a "I have been afflicted with kidney
the biggest '
to overflowing.
LUMBER, SAWED CYPRESS SHIN snake known to have been. killed in purpose was never questioned and we senation like a flock of angels pouring and bladder: trouble for years, passing t Pensacola Gas Company t
GLES AND KILN-DRIED SAP. gravel or stones with excruc.atingpain :
section. know it could not be impeach molasses down one's back. No taste '
that This reminds us of, a snake story Dade City Democrat. to the first kiss? Great Scott! It ," 'says A. H. Thurnes a well i Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street.
I SENT FEES to it would make a wooden cigar Indian's known coal ,operator of Buffalo, 0. "I
told Judge Wynee, of Eastlake *
Dr. by
VYoolSsf users of morphine, hair curl and his.toe nails quiver esta- got no relief from medicine until I began -'iN11N11NIN111ooNOOO1oo1oooole.eloooNO1oTHIS ,
'when the Mrs.
PAINLESS opium, laudanum, Saturday in city. A ,Bum Story.Yesterday Icehouse takjpg Foley's! Kidney Cure then
The Times man must be an i
e1Xlrot opium.coP cy. .
Whitman ha4, occasion .to pass around -- -
there was seen on our : Index. the result was surprising. A few
0 IU Mlca1neorwh1ske7&ticnlarson her the front edge porch*of;the and, p rcnbig saw coiled rattler.up on streets begging, a man with one leg. Talking-Milton about kissing reminds us I doses started the brlck-dust-liks sub.stance' -I "-... =ni iiit: ............ -- ,;51

As 'soon as ilie-snake-saw--Mrs.: Whitman blind in one eye and "one arm crippled. that we kissed a gal once.and we tasted -' and now I have no pain across
About noon a stout man, evidently "apai our'n. Yes sir; by hokey we did.' my kidneys and I feel like a new man.
AND, B.10tH.M. WOOLLEY Pryorfbt., netting it around struck :at the here porch'but saved the :;wire her of the afflicted fellow, approachedthe It was this way. Way back When we It has done.me $1000 worth of good"Foley's | IS THE HOME OF
Whisk Cure
j Atlas to., 6eorgt7, from harm' except the 'fright it Democrat reporter and asked: were teaching school in South Alabama Kidney Cure will cure every,!
any affected her "Have you seen anyth'ng of a 'bo' old man Rowe and his: old I form of kidney or bladder disease. W.
her, which so nerves
gave around here with one flat wheel a bum d'oman give us youngsters a party,but A. D'Alemberte, druggist and apothe
that she fcad to to bed for a day.
--, ,- go billed and wing 'and one light out?" With such allowed no fiddling and dancing. So cary. GOOD THINGS TO EAT
The snake was upoQ examination
P RE SS -.-_ the wire"netting was found I i I a perfect description the man wanted we played all kind of :l plays. Miss ,
1 I I was' easily remembered, and we told Cassle and I were partners.: She wasa NOTICE.
BUT/ to be covered with poison at the point
T Nr where the 'snake struck,-Ocala Star. the "hiker" that the last tme} we saw great big tall young woman, and The members of Live Oak Camp
: his "pard" he was on Howard street; finally it.came 'my turn to kiss my No.1. and Hickory Camp No. 21, W.
44 at'the crossing; 'of the: pike; leading to partner. But she was so tall until 1 O. 'W.. are requested to meet at the" Here Are Some of Them!
r,' Okeechobee 'Cat Fish. the castles' and was pan-handling .had 'to tip toe as high! as I could Forest (K, of P. Hall over Pou's
.i Pope Henderson has::". been, vindicated. "sky pilot." The hiker immediately 'while she gently lowered her dewy stable) next Sunday: afternoon at 21
He has been telling around town started up.Ohio .avenue hunting for a lips to my rapt osculation and-and- o'clock to attend the unveiling: of I .
about immense cat fish :weighing up divvy from his-pal.-Live. Oak Dem-, well, it was customary with some of monuments over the graves of deceased -
to forty pounds' tfeing caught in JAkeOkeechob ocrat. 1 the' piney woods:: gals to chaw tobacco, Sovereigns: DinkleY'sWhole. Celery-in jars,.-., .
e. Every one thought that "..... .. a a a and there was no other kind to chaw .THQ3. CONDO,
LS Pope wa :; stretching, if';'just a little, The First Kiss." v ", :1,. them days but homemade, and tobacco PAUL GRElY, Dinkley's Celery Salad, ',
and the Press scribe'was so incredulous wan't ripe jet, and they chewed E. H. HAM.EUGENE .
that he would: not make an item of The greatest surprise to a girl who under leaves of green-" ncured stock. CARTLED3Eyisitng .- Pompano, .
it, for a1: seven.tfeeQ, jwund "cat" is I gets kissed!he first time is, there-Is Miss-'Cassie had her mouth full of the } Sovereigns and the publicare ,
II w the largest he had ever heard of in no taste""; lo it.-Pocahontas,, (Ark.). popular:' variety; and=' and: -I got the cordially invited! to participate Mackerel, : t ;>::"
Florida. Last Friday ,Capt. JUiller of Times) : full benefit Yes, I tasted that kiss, ,
The the O. K.:Fish Co.;..arrived from Lake No taste' to it? Wellhy the hen audit didn't taste like;the double distilled Cod Fish '
SlmpIest-l1leIt-sareat feathers on Cupid's ,cart? ibut tIle 1 $IUOMO REWARDJ100.00 ,
Handleu ssd only Perfect ''Okeechobee with' a naptha boat load .essence of honey either. Gosh
5.If-4Iinc Pea No cIa&I iller t of cleaned ,cat fish 'tvhichwere pack! Times man" must be color blind' in the I sir! It tasted like the double distilled reward will be paid for the '
-Ink to ha'cl Pickled Herring, kr
.pmo cIontnc R.I palate! They tell us, those'who of gourd Insides! I .
lit'hUJIIC' ed and shipped tp'.'market by C. .essence green arrest and delivery to the sheriff of .
TOil amply the Wade. Many of these fish would i tried it, that it tastes like the_ doubleExtra -i j fought shy of "plays" after that.- Walton county., one Charlie Renols I ., -
prey button(u and in bulk
III the fi.-nue1Id the pcD tilIa have weighed .30 .pounds, before they I I ..... Westville. Advertiser.. a negro. Description: Height feet Olives in jars j ,
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were dressed and 'alt the fishermen: i 11 Inches; weight about 160 I "a ,
Write the Instant it i asserted that much larger "cat" were I "Colicless .Cucumbers. .,,' 10 170 or'pounds;! bright mulatto with medium -I Stuffed and, Sweet. Pickle, in bulk, ,"' ",\ c .:'
touches) the piper caught in;the lake.,:, ,Iu fact these fish: Line A Florida vegetable grower claims large ejes. Has scar on upper I '. 4"' 1-r .
i are said! tp be as large as the "n'gser to'have. evolved a-seedless cucumber. lip to the right of nose and when last Maple .Syrup in J jars and cans, ,: ;- _: x#".
Eagle)50 babies," (as they are called) of the Ocala Banner. seen h'e wore a blue faded Jumper .- -. >
) :Mississippi: and. resemble. that fish: Pure Sesdless cucumbers, the dickens. overalls a gray cap a new pair of No. Maple SugarS'> 10 and 15 in every way,::..-?Ft'Myers.'Press. I CaneSyrup' Let that "evolver" "go way back and 8 fine sharp toed shoes. Reward to

h.2S*!th J.'karat wild bold : *' I I'Monticell .:sit down," Cucumber seeds are good be paid by J. A. R'chbourg: .& Co.. .
POUII-beat YUkalliK4 eatin'. It Is a col'cless. cucum'berthat Crestview, Fla. : F
lUbber&lid funy pmntee4.Eado ; 's: Great Need, i we 'are yearning for. Let that . ., .
F1&ah"No.2S The tel phone exchange,has not yet I Table "Flor'da vegetable grower": evolve NOTICE. .
Earl!:. sold h"bands No. ,:2.S0 I received their( dirig'ble- balloons and. this| and he can tQ"n'sfe-1ilms"lf: down There will be a regular '
ate.ze. $3.00 airship When; these. come phone- ASK.' FOR :*"' as!' pUbic! : benefactor., :-Jasper .News., meeting of :HtHoreb R. EAST .HlLL GROCERY CO.
With H
'to'use the
.old baDda.$4.00 users will, "be able systemby *
4 :A. C. No. on Monday
Sold 'M Ststwoep ascending ,the. poles,and cutting in r
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and Oiha ... evening 9th inst., at
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A11kkYOULDEALEa. If be for a coffliection.-JMoBUeello. .e'*' *. Crown--8rand, tt- ,: 7M i. !Bill Jones is a county storekeeper 7:30: p. m. Phone 212 M. F. BOWES Mgr
;i you the E.gle dq the East Coast and last fall ha W. E. ANDERSON, ,
'FLA5H t '
send the rctaIt FOIll1 pr!ce n PC.Da direct then to Senator Jpe' Humphries.! ; ",, Manufactured\ by went to Jacksonville! to purchase a Secretary I ..... .,, __ ... .............r--- f
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of Braden stock of poods. r.-Vi 1'
I.nleed, pen ntely par. ''Hon. Jos. H; IJtfnpJiries: ; 251
town, vas at -Dade City Wednesday.He ,shipped immediately! and reached MONDAY WE WILL SELL I
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Eagle Pencil Co. ; -iseditor of:the Journal and a member florIda Syrup Mills. 'j horrid before he did. Wh'n! the YARDS SEA ISLAND DOMESTIC 7 -

StsnaGmtren of the stale senite. Asa senator poxes of goods were del'vered at his FOR "$1.00w NO ONE OVER ONE
3.f Broadway.New.York he was a"peer' of any' In ability 'For.'sale by all leading. grocers.In :store his wlf happ ned ta look l Subscribe'for The Journals
'uttered loud atl
and influence. HS'is'Exempt from all the largest; she a
manner of 'ch m trfr'He never strut- Quart bottles and half eallon; Cane and called for a hammer. A F. E. BRAWNER.



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I'l41 011, BEING PUSHED AS _. ::f'4. -;- _"_: __ ::: > __ __

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';, formerly known as Grampera* Grant,

.f;; to commence e work at an earlier date ,
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work has been delayed considerably.It .
t is.to be remembered that the Pensacola :: .- .- ':'".-.. ..--_. \ ?

Development and Construction
tjI' ny' was formed about a year
; STOREed with a capital'stock of one hun;

yt. .!..;........:. thousand dollars- It is compos-
, mostly pf Selma parties the officers -
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t, :... 4 whether you are R. Richard-Vice-President .
l : \ David A. ,Franks-Secretary and '- _

.,. ,',..if..;f.., I Tall, Treasurer.:
It is stated that the owners are some 1

} Stought Slender, of Alabamlans.the wealthiest and. best known Sped8I For Monday Only!

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:3i 'ffiJ. ;Erect, who last week was elected senator, 'il ryR =iwxrwr

t Stooping. writes"I am about fully the conversant company with as follows the organization : il.+ OURELY FROM AMONG THESE CAREFULLY SELECTED OFFERINGS' you will I; .

ti, s 1 Whether your : and personnel of The Pan! ,':rWryri: flnd'at .least one thing yoi need: -:one thing you have wanted and did hot think you rwrrw t,

.f:, 1 have aLong sacola Development & ConstructionCo. I iit' could afford., These prices 'Yi1Lafmo,t.compd you to buy they are so attractive. Every jTY.i t!Wf

r : y1'\-' Neck, "As its general counsel I secured ixrY'Yr!;- M,, week in this month,we w111ho1d'simil3rsalesWatch: our advertising carefully. We are i yrYwx EE Yrt E'

!t ; "Neck- : its Florida.incorporation I also carefully under the supervised laws o!i ,:Iii;!!, going to offer tomorrow some of the best values-some of the strongest inducements ever b t!

" i, \ 'Z- yW:i offered in Pe sacola. We have recived f. Portiers and Lace Cartains i YwR,
.: Sloping the titles to.the Beach Haven property. : i i just a large shipment ;

w f .:f,4':'il { ; All of this work was actually i r'i=tmi also Couch Coy ers and Lambraldns. We have the most up-to-date stock everbroug'hthere. rwR# t!
; done .
Shoulders byMessrs. Avery & Avery the ,, ,,' ..." ",
1 local attorneys of the company at Pen I er :.iU t

&l't-; '( 1 or any otherPecularity sacola. This firm was employed by 'li,{,.' ,' -3.::nf"...: -,
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1' : 7 of on of high standingat { Yw
the (Florida bar. In E f EI II. ; .
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i i t Form with matters the ,tun fl I''"' M Iltls I 'r!tr1''
! 1j1! : company is fortunat I R !I. "_ .E
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f, '1 enough to have the personal attentionof i#wrKyr' ."'\ iwrrwr
S l. :. Judge Avery the senior member of: y"4E"fl Y.. ,: \\1 l : p t i J.U, tI

$'ir't?'J, Hart, the firm who, in my opinion, is one'o I%r*" .II.;.t, ii i l ; a....:, sR E'EE-E" r trT#" .
F;, the ablest lawyers ,, ., f. .
t, in the south.'Messrs.Avery I 55*,{ a rWr.Wrf ,
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t r'i--:ti2i:: ., ( & Marx have assured me that the corporationis : I i 1f*..J..*f'u..[ ,
f.' ,.; .k I; organized strictly 'in accordance MS9* i-j' a "" tr; x
, 1''- '-h with law, and that the title to the ,. I I
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; .. this I fully concur."I W i': / i i'
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have long known the officers and S "
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The King's Blue, stockholders of the company and j. : I' ill lttf: ::

1 { t or the Queens Grays known them to be the most prosperous J w if /l t A '' J-'
ft is \ of Selma citizens, worth [+MCEr !
( are the Popular Colors. about I Irwj YwYi, .. ;.
; half a million dollars. I' !ia We have justjrecejyed.a.carload of J.d E
t1, t Very truly, :i Portier i Curtains in the..most artistic designs, various Matting of the, m'ost' artistic! i designs. ,i r

1!.. .r". (..; REMEMEBERt '('Signed) "H. F. R: El''E." ';1:1, colors to select'from bargain at $3.00. our price We will sell -Mt>ntJay25c.values. at i '

' .; Your Money's Worth It is stated that the Beach Haven {!;.t! Monday, $2.69.,..:1e' : _-. fV 21c; 30c values .at .at 26cj 40c values !tyre!

or Your Money ? proposition has met with the greatest ." f.ti. "' t..;: ; ._ ". -. at33c.ROCKERS ;.. ....... .""It...f.
: success and that the company already 'rwrY" ""'
if i 1i"": Back. had disposed of' about one thousandlots. I!-EE .I, ..- .- s. .-.. -. .J-ft.t......Yirlrwg
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people throughoutthe E' .. iii'
1.' .. :V. I WHITE & NIX north and east and in New York !IrTri 1, ......l',.'" d -' -. A :an YW14wf" ,

i' ',. ,f. alone over three hundred have been :EI :11 7:We have the most iY Yrwi

kJ''lS '" 29 S. PAhAFOX4r bought up ;to date. I IE96 I, rtITYI 1: I A !TR1tt '
The company purchased about nine ': i A Ywr
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PHONE 790 hundred acres all of which is no rwYrwr'a: .."...
t; ; being laid out with broad wide streets I : w ever. to Pensa- 1 f rwrrwrW
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r t} -:. lots will be 50 ft. by 140 ft. each one !IJXS, '-kE.
." ; cola. Come ana
1"' fronting on a 80 ft. wide street lead.ing 1323 t YL seer j3j_1
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; t.. } .' dC beautiful t3f, them. Here is what !:!
t- : ,<'f-t PIANOS AND water front so the company has '. we
. t.I!' M:; f:!.' CASH OR EASY ORGANS.TERMS tically net a single back lot. At the prac-I' XTESl,:.:,. .. < 1 -""::d.." .
$ ent time the lots are disposed of will-clo for Monday: YYYrw i
t ?.. .. $ All Piano Work'Guaranteed. at'i ,. you ,
Y the very tow price of i 1 ,;
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f:- 'k'rE'O:' 12 CLUTTER EAST GOVERNMENT& RUSHING,ST. lars each The company has adoptedthe ,{J'."d 1' $1.75 values for -1 !'jiIrWfr4w! n ti'

< ::.. .. PHONE 476. methods.. used by the western 't..u' .:T" i', ,. ryrrWi-ft-f...I
town site companies -and ; ; i t <
at some
time $1.29. I
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near future a drawing will beheld ,. """i.
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f. a -- chaser's lot will be determined. Said : n -in many designs. 'A ;i*tt" '

I; ; ,- ;t = = = : : = : : : = : : :: distribution will be held some time ,;; bargain at $3 i0() -and ?4. Will sell. **>.;5iji:
"f." ,. this summer. This) 'method was adopted i I H-E Monday at $3.29.. :\!'!tawlen1 ,, r.xua,
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t! ::1>\.. being surest way in whichto '' .:tf t : .. '. '..-n.t'.A. '
i ', ;f.;,;.; give an' equal chance. The lots are "" .!!.4'i. j;. ... ..;ii I.. ..,
.",;"; ,r YOU sold to people at distances who could ,,.".,..."oc.... = --. '. :0..'.:,. .' ".." -..-'_ _. ,."' 14 ..'.--t'et.,11I.
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value of the different lots and w ".. : .. ...- :. ",';!::/r. : :: : : rwnwrho
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for that reason, prefer to take /.. ,. .:: ; r. : *
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WONT equal chance with everybody else. 1:0.1; ; =<.-j :; r."; ;:k.: ;, :-: -.:- J-n E:
The company is laying out a boulevard 'f'1I.Po ;!v t:: ;;---is4.; ; i. & ; .".'.'.'iIf'"..'.Y,.

U t;'. 150 ,feet wide along the Bay on ',.-;.!. ;A't:' This is something you cannot afford, .... !!'jo..;... .... .: .. : I-.......
T Grande and said boulevard will be b.t,: to miss. A beautifully 'raped.ou. b' !l qi.:'t: NEED public property; in this way, every t&EI.... worth $10 Monday Sale at $8. 9.' __ u: :iIiGT fA' ::10. .1' i )i ,''

;FI body will have access to the Beaca ; -!(, ;"" .jI'-I!""! ,
and have .
an opportunity to bathe id i R r. f.fYA7Ft'f :
fish whenever they please. vir1,1"I' w Jt f, ,I 1., ".'I:'., .'..' I t..Of#wrwri; \.
Mr. W. 0. Crisman the i civil engineer ''II;!':;: J+ Q .1::i' :**:l?:, i
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is now in-charge of the surveyIng *-.11I'"' cos;; OO s .- N. !1..1Oi'*#

tJ1 r.f.t; and states'that the company owns 'il...*.=f.{.{i: .*3....:1. .6 N.;., ..:.,..-\0. : 1. ,,i',f,*.,!,!,,!:,*:,:,",:,.,,
Ult. nearly 14,000 feet or 'very near three 'E.EE-E' ::s -t. ..... '-.... ", .JI".JI
: :' miles of water front.Beach' ':'J..*" ..........:, 1 '-io4 O' : if- ." I.'''rwr t i iI.

' ). If you drink good Beer. Haven has been advertisedvery I.,J. U) B Theft i J wr t:
" \ ;t It serves as a tonic and widely and the company has issued iSt." )hi ..c: : "if ;' fll
e v.! drives some attractive and valuable I "... cos; A *! iS *
that spring fever erature about .Pensacola and the pr Ut'I'I lit : i a- j %.'S/ ,, ;: 1:: .V a b. are: for 1 5mJiJi
t Y i' : away. If you want to bet : i- ti t'.i ., .. Irwrw '
that they I ='
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putting on the : ,. nf Lr ti, :r=? r $.0 !J n.ti
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sure that u "
.f''f k1 you are drinking ket. The company has very fine mar-I' Wr twr'' s t YyrY r:
; .. .IiS4, > the right kind insist dorsements from the leading I 1Et''f's" i% Zr CASH. "ONLY._ I..-..!...!!
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f 'h'\; Qas Counterfeiting the Ge t\"' 1; Y ... .
; Foley & Co., .. 'f-ht: youwish: to )buy; or J !
r : Chicago originated : = w'=jl I It} ,.. ...!,
Honey and Tar,as a" throat J u : !!!J.
yr and lungremedy. G. .. 'J-.E!:::t:
TM r t r and on account of the great 'YW' I / 90 G'd0 : '- :',
i ';.tfJ': merit and popularity of I ":! .-; -riot. ,m.-U :
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and Tar many imitations are offeredfor. :. ,, I 5.1-. ,. .- :, .
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: (f:' : : the genuine. These worthless !; I I.U;?:iai l I a 'r u.g \ ; ..
rrlo.r.. .. :: lOcBEER.$ (initiations have similar sounding' l z j .c_ TaaPp'reuate- i ::r:Ii. f
h4t :",&' .. names Beware of them. The genuIne "*''-*ji I I '-io4 0 ..fit.. '' ;.f : ."f.,.11...
w Foley's Honey and Tar is in a yel-j i ,t-Utf: : F a 3't .
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package. Ask tor it and refuse rwrr t j ca :
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m kl; ttiJ any substitute. It is the best remedy ttttl, a ..... f-e .: -. ic', -.- ::"r 1 J"E" -E
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for coughs! and colds. W. A. D'Alent- l't c: ': r e-fr.i
'\>'-'I,, berte, druggist} and apothecary. :rwrrwR- u .. .. '.-- /v-TO. ,., '._ ....",.,.. I
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The best lOc beer ever' MONDAY 'WE WILL SELL 25 '::: S.. p tr willhaveao J U..t, !
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FOR !*!! r.J
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it' cJ. \ Meeting Tuesday. r w i'.i't'io4
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tr-t"f; ... There will be a meeting of the general .-.. "> : ,
-' ':l.> relief committee of the Knights! j 9'Q ,
1 !f 1f' : ;,. of Pythias 'Tuesday evening at 7:30 j ; .-
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o'doc1at the 'Castle HalL A full at.' .

t i Bear & Go tendance Is requested.R j -

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l "'" 26 and 28E

''P. ..}! Sole Agents, Excursion Today. Rb d .S-tltch..Collills: FuruitUfOCO.
# """ ..rr> Don't forgat the bay; excursion this i !

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