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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 10, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOL. IX NO. 86. PENSACOLA FLORIDA TUESDAY MORNING APRIL / f.
10. 1906. PRICE CENTS
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LORD ON THE SIDE DAY OF TERROR FOR CITIES AND ', PROMINENT AlREQUESTED IS



OF PROPHET DOWIE TO APOLOGIZEBoard


TOWNS NEAR' MOUNT VESUVIUS'i


Narrow Escape from Disastrous of Public Works Demands
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Railway'Accident Considereda [ that W A. Blount Jr. Retract
Unconfirmed Reports:Place Num. ,
Good Omen. ARBITRATIONWILL NI ;rANTTO T DELAY +T.'h'jry Mw W. Statement S

BATTLESHIPOREGON[ ber of Dead and Injured. at



A BLAZING BRIDGE N NOT T BE[ Several Hundred.Damage .!' T THE E H HAGUE E WARM RESOLUTION "


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Crossed by the Train ConveyingHim Almost Incredible.' J J. E. Long Again Reports (for Dutyto

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in Safety. 0- }' s the Board.

Good Valued at Three
REPORTS FROM COAST AND INLAND -

CLAIMS LORD HAS WILLED THAT Quarters of a Million Brought .TOWNS DEPICT DEVAS I'I COMPLAINT IS MADE CONCERNING
Operators Will Submit Counter .j!England and Germany join With fi

HE SHALL REACH CHICAGO Ashore on Launches. TATIONINHABITANTS OFSEV- REMOVAL OF GARBAGE AND

Proposition to Miners at To I United States in ThatIt
Asking
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SAFELY AND THAT HE WILL,, -- ERAL TOWNS FORCED TO FLEE CONTRACTOR WILL BE ORDER.

THEREFORE WIN IN HIS FIGHT By Associated Press.; days Conference.: -KING 'AND\ QUEEN VISIT Be Postponed I ED TO FULFILL HIS CONTRACT

-CLOSELY GUARDED BY GIANT Ban Francisco. April 9.The Even THREATENED VILLAGES. I I i I WITH, CITY-SIDE 'WALKS ARE

Ing Post, publishes a story today to W. .BLOUNT, ,JR. I
NEGRO. By Associated Press. By Associated Press. BEING PUT DOWN.
the effect that strong belief exist;
New York. April 9.At the joint (Berlin, April 9.The Associated From Whom An Apology Is Demanded -:
that dutiable goods valued at about By Associated Press. I by Board.of Public .
conference of the .ub-committee of '.Press is officially informed that the
seven hundred and fifty thousand dollars 10. This.has been a' Works.CHRISTMAS.
Naples, April "Whereas
W. A. Jr.
I Blount ,
By Associated PresT.Rock I anthracite coal mine owners and their German government has suggested ; appeared
were smuggled ashore in launches day of terror for the cities; towns and
before the Board of Public Works
Lltth April 9.-John Alexander ; (employees to be hala' here tomorrowthe th3 3'postponement at the second international "
I from the battleship Oregon just before country albout Mount Vesuvius. Un!I in the capacity of counsel for Ex-
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Dowie passed through here'thisafternoon operators will decline to accept peace conference at The
she departed for the Bremertonnavy confirmed reports place the number:. :Street 'Superintendent .
en route to Chicago. .1 l """ the 'arbItration plan as presented last Hague in order not to interfere with H I ISI Gingles and by -/

When the train approached a bridge: It yard. order.has been* week by the mine workers and will.instead of dead and injured .at several hundred )i!I I the Red Cross. conference at Berne,' his language before said board made i iI
says an issued instructing
:: but not many facts can be obtained certain threats against said board, and J
it Switzerland
near the Saline river today was the present a counter proposition t
inspector at Bramertot "
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seen that the structure was ablaze. ,As to delay ever man of the' battleshipuntil : |which, if agreed to by President upon which to base an 'accurate -I, Germany i5;..1so trying to persuade I I the Whereas said Blount, At a.subsequent appearing again meeting in

the train was already five hours late the whole matter 'has been sift I. estimate. ,Russia to postpone the assembling of r
Mitchell '
and his men, will bind each REFUSEDBAIL[ f [ sa Ji capacity for the said Gingles;
the engineer determined not to take ed to the bottom, and customs author I At midnight the. situation appears: ,.The Hagueconference to permit the again acted in an offensive manner
of further tie and side for more than two
any chances a up ,, ities throughout the havebeen years. I
country to be more assuring, the lava streams North, Central and South American and by his language showed his con
ran straight across ,the bridge. Had notified to find and examine the The operators have been working inl I tempt for the board by' charging that. :
the train been ten 'minutes later the questionable packages if possible. en: the new plan since the adjournment havin'g diminished in voluma. and states to send representatives without its proceedings were a fare and end' ;

burn'.n'g bridge would have collapsed. .I of the joint conference last some directions have stopped altogether interfering:! with the Pan-American ing his argument with the expressios
Dowie, learning of the incident declared ,' while a copious rainfall; is at Rio'Janeiro
; Thursday. but the exact nature of the conference "The farce is over; let the dance proceed
favorable FOUR INJURED cooling the lava where it lies station- "
omen
it was a' most
andWhereas
counter proposition has not been given ;
for him. He says the Lord had pur- out. It is said, however, that an: offer ary.Almost WILLING TO DELAY The board does not under
posely delayed the destruction of this AT CARYVILLE will be made which involves the ar- equally with jfte ,devastation' HAGUE CONFERENCE stand that it has power to punish contempt .,
bridge to enable him to cross it. He wrought by the lava is the damage fine and
bitration plan in a very different form by Imprisonment but it
.Walter Holland and John Justice
done by cinders and ashes, which is
said the Lord had willed that he from the one presented by the miners .London, April 9.-The United States does have- power to conduct its proceedings
should proceed safely to Chicago and and one that will call for the settlement incredible Quantities have been have the' support of Great Britain in in a lawful manner and
This
that lie woud, therefore win out in BURIED' BENEATH PILE: OF TIM of the only new grievances that, carried a great distance; has I theeffort to postpone the meeting of However are Allowed Nominal protect itself from insult;

the fight to prove that he is the reincarnation after an impartial< investigation has caused the practical destruction of I the second Hague conference to a later Therefore Be It Resolved'! that the ,
of Elijah. BERS WHILE AT WORKLOADING been made may be found to exist. San Gu'ssppe: ':! a place: of six .thous I date than that proposed by Russia. Bonds. said W. A. Blount Jr., be -debarred ,
entire Dowie and inhabitants all !but,two hundredof from practice before the Board-of Public -
During the trip, was QAR3.' Great Britlan Ss entirely unprepared .
closely guarded by a giant; negro. COMPLETE RESUMPTIONI whom have fled. These' were',assembled for the meeting in July and.It was be- Works ,until a satisfactory apologyfor
t
Dowie gives it out publicly that,'he believes \. I l PITTSBURG DISTRICT ,, is.the-.church to s:,tend'iQass lieved', when the invitations were sent Walter Holland;white and Oho Justice his insulting and unprofessional

his enemies,are plotting to take. and while the priest? 'wtftj:!
his:! life. Special"to The Journal* Pittsburg April 9-There was complete bfnce'the. rd iteTnn.anaaTsout ; place until 'autumn "or near year; .[Judge J.'ll. Christmas early in February spread upon the minutes. .:

Dowie will never aga'.n live with JaryVine," Fla., :April '9.-Friday resumption of .operations in! the coal ..sixtywere badly njured. Great Britian has not yet; appointed near Canrpbellton; were allowed The above resolution was presented .
his,wife; This disclosure was made 'morning at about 9' o'clocs a serious mines of this vicinity toy! Eight Reports from, the coast and inland delegates. and it is understod she is bail yesterday by Judge Carter of the ( by Mayor Bliss at the meeting of
this afternoon to a representative ol accident occurred in the lumber yeardof independent coal companies signed towns depict: terrible devastation. San I desirous of having some' understanding circuit court. W. D. Christmas was the Board of Public Works yesterday a

the Associated Press for whom he the Geo. E. Wood Lumber Co., at the scale to-day including the Westmo- Giorgio, Cremona Portici; Resina and with the powers regarding 'what refused bail. Holland's bail was fixedat and adopted without argument. The

sent His final determination to separate 'Caryville. A crew of 11 white men land .Company, one of the largest of Torre Del Greco -have been almost I questions shall be taken up. $1,500'and Justice, $1,000. author of the measure and Chairman

from; lrs.'Dowie was made after were working under Hurdis Whitakei the independents, which has.a_ capac- .completely abandoned.; At Ottajanofive }JW. D. Christmas, son of Judge Zelius of the board were the members
lie had received and read the Chicago leading deal lumber/on the cars for ity of one. million, tons annually,, churches ten houses fell under Christmas and charged jointly with present and each voted for the adop-

papers of last Friday.The .I,shipment. In the ,process of loading which gave orders to resume operations the weight of ashss and cinders, sisted upon leaving immediately for the other defendants with the murderof tion of the resolution which set the
( the heavy lumber, it'was necessary for which four feet the seal of approval of the board1 in favorof
story to the effect that h had : immediately. lie deep on I Torre Annunziata, the king remark his father, has through his attorney '
: Blount :
criticfem
i intended to establish a harem in the the men to cross from one pile of dealsto ground.; Albout twelve persons were: ing: "If' Torre Annunziata is in dan- filed petition asking that he be the Blount of-Attorney not '
Mr. What
Mexican colony! which he ascribes to the one nearest the'cars. In crossing DEMOCRATS WIN AT killed and many; injured. ger, it is my duty to be there." given a habeas corpus: hearing In or- .action he will was take concerning present the'

Mrs. Dowie and his son, Gladstone, the stanchion broke from the THE MOSCOW ELECTIONSBy King Victor Emanuel and Queen The royal. party was recieved with der to determine whether or not his I resolution is not known. *
heavy weight of men handling the Helena and their suites arrived here touching manifestations of gratitude. case is a bailable one. The case
caused him much,an'gu'.sh. The meeting of the board was called
deals, 'bringing down the pile of timber Associated Press. this morning from Rome and entering Refugees are pouring in here by the will probat be heard In the next ten
for 5:30 o'clock, but it was several
on the eight men who were cross automobiles, visited the towns and villages thousands. trains warships
Moscow, April 9.-Reports from the Railway ]. days.
VOLIVA
NOT AFRAIDOF minutes after before the body convened
BEING ing. Fayette Cook, Riley Morris C J. municipal! election districts up to in the path of the lava stream! and steamers are' employed in carry- The county judge of Jackson coun- with Chairman Zelius and
ARRESTED A. Jordan and Heury Cooper, were this evening show the constitutional When they arrived the eruption of the ing the people out ot danger and th : ty after hearing the evidence at a pre- Mayor Bliss present and Clerk Merrittat
I hurt the other badly
badly ami1 men democrats have swept the city carrying volcano was most violent Both the government is exerting itself to relieve -liminary hearing in the cases against his desk.
Overseer
Chicago April Voliva but nothing serious has
,shaken up every ward. king and queen were fatigued but in-I i the destitute. Christmas, Holland and Justice com.
said The minutes of the previous me.et.ing
today that he did not have the developed so far. I accused to jail with-
mitted the three
slightest fear of being arrested on any Ai Hogeboom the representative o: were read and aproved, after

charge, that could be made by Dowie.He .I The Journal was in Caryville Thursday out Attorney bail. W. H. Price, of Marianna which the business before the board

said further that Dowie would not I doing th; work for >his paper in arrived from his; home yesterday and wag taken up.a'Tha first matter con ,

h? permitted in the tabernacle, but an enterprising manner.REVENUE argued the case of Christmas, Holland sidered was the resolution offered by
I II II Ii :Mayor Bliss concerning Mr. Blount
that he would Ibe compelled to seek a and Justice through a petition for bail which is quoted above.
vacant lot The overseer added that before Judge Carter with the resultsa '
MENRAID Garbage Contractor Criticised.
he did not believe there were many sstatadl Mr. Price as soon as
At this juncture a communicationwas
people in Zion City who would grant Christmas was refused bail, sued out read complaining against; the

the use of their vacant lots for Dowieto STILLSFIVE the writ of habeas corpus. system now in vogue of removing

hold a meeting upon.BIRMINGHAM. garbage. The petitioner stated! that

1 J. B. LOCKEY KILLED: garbage stod in front of his premiseson
DESTROY- East Government street from Tnes-
MAN ILLICIT OUTFITS
day! morning until the following Sat

ED IN VICINITY OF SNEADS BY NO. 2 AT SNEADSSpecial urday. He stated that at various
LAUDS PENSACOI.A times when the refuse had been removed -

LAST' SATURDAY 4 i.. it was done in such a manner

,.. % that the street was strewn with refuseof
to The Journal. various description. He continued ,
i
SAYS THIS CITY HAS ADVANTAGES Sneads, April 9.-J. B. Lockey, tax further in his communication by stat
Special to The Journal. I assessor of Jackson county was killed ing that while the garbage in front of

WHICH MUST RE- Sneads, Fla;, April Harford. 9.-lnternal and here tonight by train number 2, in his home was removed Saturday that
R.
Collector F.
Revenue change of Engineer Barclay and Con "half of it was deliberately dumpedIn
DOUND TO ITS: GREAT Deputy Marshal; G W. Hudson, seized sections of the
virtually street. Other
I ductor Merritt. The body was the
five illicit stills along I IMiteo It
destroyed rL
and
had not been
BENEFIT. with about 500'galloIs of beer and a -.. :; ground to pieces beneath the city rsovsd where refuse mentioned. re-

quantity of Rum in the northern wheels. I were Bliss stated that similar ;
Saturday I The engineer saw Mr. Lockey step Mayor
one part of Jackson county last the tracks ahead of the train,I I complaints bad been heard? by the j
.In the smokehouses upon
John TV. of. the largest The stills were located i 1 evidently intending to cross the track, Board of Health at a meeting earlierin
retail merchants of Birmingham of the different owners. l at applied the the day. concerning the non-re
end chairman When sewn by a Journal representative and once emergency I After short discussion
of the miscellaneous returninfrom ''broke, but to no purpose. i:royal of garba? a :
committee of the council the officers were ; the clerk was ordered to issue ;
city 'spent In their possession wai Deceased leaves a wife and several
Kai1
the last two days in Pensacola on business the raid and : children. One of his nephews is Prof.J. instructions to the contractor that he {
will
which be used '
and pleasure combined. samples of the rum J must fulfill his contract with the city .
against the ipartles at ,the B. Lockey, of Pensacola. .
.evidence ;
"Pensacola is a wonderful c'ty. as and such an adherance would be de 'i
With all the advantages in the way trial before Commissioner. Porter at try 9)k2JLj ) manded. ;

of a great port and other ways, I can Grand Ridge. unusually BAD WRECK ON Permtswon was refused Sam Phil,4,4
fee nothing but success'ahead for tae There seems to' be.' an lips to repair a place at the corner of ,
Clt'?, The citizens large amount of' illicit distilling'being cMYr Palafox and Garden streets by placing
arprogress'e in the dry
done more especially ERIE RAILWAYBy
dud frame sidings with canvass cover.
| filled with.a patriotic spirit which ,
however
counties. present.rate, -
At the
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w bound The request of Harry W. Gibbs to
to redound to the benefit of I have I
the officers will SOOn, every
we Bract a boat house at the foot of East
"I community. wash pot and lard can in.th county Associated Press. Cervantes street was granted, with '

rensacpla was amazed since at the growth of out of com Iss!on. "" ,, *- 1 ''Buffalo, N. Y., April 9.The Erie understanding that same be removed:
etn bUildings my last visit. 5Iod- passenger train due here at seven for whenever deemed necssary by the '1
have been erected and -
still I others ty tonight from Jamestown was
COMPETITION city.The
tion.1 The are in course 'of construc- 1'' I wrecked at Big Tree, ten miles from report of ,City Engineer Lee
with Its natural !Beauty of the city, ; here. The engineer was crushed to showing grades given and other mat

s reots beautiful shade trees.and wide REGULATE RATESBy 4 i iI % t death and several passengers are reported ters was received and ordered filed.
'cou I d not be Improved upon. I mi:3: ing. It is feared two or Must Build Walks. -

understand that soon vast pulblic im- I: three are under the wreckage. Mayor Bliss stated that practically! 1
r ,
things provements! will to underway.; Suco all citizens are complying with the notice !

to as this.: in my opinion, do more Associated Press.. yg2y/ .. to build side-walks. A communlca ::

ty,shod the, prpgress of.a.muntalpaM- Washington, April 9.r Senators; Me- ., GEORGIA BANKER tion: was read from the Catholic ;:
n than any other things combined Laurin and Morgan addressed theSenats church wherein it was stated that the

sb0n-e a spirit of enterprise and today.on the /railroad, rate \ : SUDDENLYBy church was not in a condition flnan ;

build energy Which ,Is conducive to help .up- question, the former ,advocating. the I DIES dally to lay a sidewalk in front of,the
the city." latter property owned on East Government
th
proposed legislation, and $ I LC'lt
-I r. ellr! 1 &Lc street The board said that there
left
"- for his home in opposing. .
.
Birmingham Associated .Press. in the matter for tins
discretion
last night Mr. Morgan took the position that _' -- was no
New York, April 9.Lipman Cohn,
proPOSed.legIslation was Interference the: city, and if the walk was not laid
the said to be a banker of Macon, Ga., that the
ttvCaU for Statements. with the rights of states tQ con ). In the proper time, city would <
PHOTOGRAPHY died suddenly of apoplexy today whilfc build the walk at the expence of the '
April created by themselves OF THE FUTURE.
froBashlngton 9-- The Comp-- trol the corporations Eden Museum. 75
the He was
visiting
Mii the Currency today issued and said the best way to check "" I church.
l b : for the condition of national exorbitant railroad rates was to keep THE ;PRO' .SOR--LOOK PLEASANT PLEASE! : 1.. I his years native oaf, and home was in on Poland his way,. having to visit already All bids for street cleaning spria- :

I.rus tA at, the. cke; of business Friday the Insure waterways competition in such" .condition'!'' to A Harvard, professor of medichi i has,just discovered that disease;jnicrobes' can bephotographedNews Item. ,engaged passage. .(Continued on Page Threes I '

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'1 '" qt's 'fFt0 YO healthful development which is so essential to their happiness when grown. When 1.t t1':.. the attention of the Board of
r'' Health the regular meeting of the
; l." r.- a laxative is needed the remedy which is given to them to cleanse and sweeten and R,'r t' body yesterday, at was the'report;of City

! : !t.; III strengthen the internal organs on which it acts should be such as physicians would Vtlm J Health Officer Plerpont and the r> 4 a /

,, .:tw. ..11 sanction, because its ,component parts are known to be wholesome and the remedy b1-e':; ; port of the special committee namedto
which physicians and. J ,. : \.. conduct the examination of applicants .
Z t1; :l- itself free from every objectionable quality. The one remedy ...::
well-informed and recommend and which the little ones enjoy, A r'. for sanitary inspectorships. The
It parents, appro3 .
'J{ i : report of Dr. Pierpont covered several
E' $$1; .. because of its pleasant flavor,its gentle action and its beneficial effects, is-Syrup :;" :;{t..f.: vital health questions.

i.i.f :,t r,,. of Figs-and for the same .reason it is the only laxative which should be used by )J': %: t, Mayor Bliss presided with Health ( S Tons of Baking Powder

1.1.; ; p '"'''11' fathers and mothers. :o -C: Officer Pierpont William Hays Walker -
Ingraham Frank'Reilly and H.
of is the which acts gently pleasantly and naturally J : J
: 1i t }: ; Syrup Figs only remedy Baars present For a Pensacola House.

:d.: ., without griping, irritating, or nauseating and which cleanses the system effectually, f"\ ;; l' The report of /Dr. Pierpont was read

!; !Jl ;': : without producing .that constipated habit which results from the use of the old- a,.c\..:. '1'4i and it ,showed that during the month The car load of Good Luck Baking Powder that just box-Good Luck Baking Powder by tons. Their local

Yt ; :E time cathartics and modern imitations, and against which the children should be so (\;: ) of. March ,that 2,514 inspections were case to the Pensacola Grocery Co., is a doable salesmen and traveling salesmen report a constantlytestimonialfirst
manhood and womanhood ...... 'i. made of 'which 2,270 were found good : "'>e business enterprise of this increasing trade in Good Luck-the retailers find it a
If them to
would have : carefully guarded. grow ;
i ': you and only 244 in unsanitary condition; large distributor of good things to eat and to the superior trade-bringer because it never fails to satisfy the
s J. '; strong, healthy' and happy, do not give them medicines, when medicines are not ,J.q 4,798 copies of the new screen ordi- quality of the greatest bread leavene?. This housewife; the housewife likes itbecause it mates the

ttt'-'i: needed, and when na.tureneeds assistance in the way of a laxative, give them only ?.....--.... nance distributed.. The report stated car contained 2 ,000 sounds of Good luck Baking! lightest, most wholesome and beautiful bread, and

. : : the simple pleasant and gentle-Syrup of Figs. ... \. i that 1,500 fresh water minnows were Powder or twelve. tons. The full significance oi? Because the price is always less than she usually pays
V Jt :.J. I caught and deposited in Butcher Pen this statement will be better understood! by sajytegthis The illustration at the head of this news-note shows
if f'&< {: c 1; Its quality is due not only to the excellence of the combination of the laxative !; \ / Pond for the purpose of destroying the sufficient baking powder: to leaven'32 carthe. car as it came to Pensacola. It tells a story that
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; principles of plants with pleasant aromatic syrups and juices, but also to our / ; < larva of mosquitoes. Other large r loads of flour. Although the Pensacola',Grocery every citizen of Pensacola should be proud repeat:
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:j; c- original method of manufacture and as you value the health of the little ones, do \! pools of stagnant water will be simi Co. buys many other staple foods in carload lots A Story of Trade Supremacy. Every other food must
they have no such demand for any other, baking be sold in proportion-one teaspoonful of Good Luck
{k3:i 11:::' ,. :.. not accept any of the substitutes which unscrupulous dealers sometimes offer to ; ; t 1 larly treated In the next few days wder. All othe leavening agents are bought by the to the baking for a big meal.
!
S remember the full of the Company- d says -Dr. 'Pierpont. The: health condition :
. .lji! V increase their profits. Please to name :
\l 'i Ay the report states, ls excellent. Made by THE SOIJT "ftSANUFACTUHING CO. Richmond, Va.
;;4i. k CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.-is printed on the front of every package. In ... After dealing with minor matters

7.Ii t;&r. f'\''''.1 Jf ::: ...r.. ... t... or d.its .b encu cial' 1'.1.....,(,..;r-.;,. the report continues. "As complaints ,-

', t A .ii.J".". .. !. .........oJ.,.... is always neces- !..s \ are being repeatedly made that the ,
i { :t j :: ';.': "r.. .. I...... ..;... ., ,-,.. "-.J. garbage contractor is not -
\' Ir"': r. ;I:\! \'Vl" ': : ,1 ... j aary to buy the genuine -S".I" \)' .. rA !}!;; promptly removing
[ ; 't garbage I would recommend
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i1 '{ "" : f 1'l'v only For sale by all re,1.. ...) \ f.r.r.\ ..r,..(c ..1...... that WOODMEN PAY THE
l\l" !. : .. the.city force be used to
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_A ...r..it..'I;" ..." ....: r'.: ,\" liable drumnsts. .:..;'. ..?..:.. I.. ,...,: '::. ..< l ( .,..-.J..".:r the''garbage" The question was referred -
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ri'.f't.i1+ ., ..A'.0.:..' :..! :, :.... f. .;.. .r." ." ..''.: ''' .. r ,.,. A thirty days leave of afcsenca' was Monuments In commemoration of
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t1." 'k ; : !. .-,J iJi l i-.: : :t : .;I ': is',=\1 '''' 'i\ '' .;;r.ac j ;:: \ ....r":. the Health Officer to investigate at tamp: of Woodmen of the World at St.
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,.' \;., .,.,.h p ':. .. ;; : \ ."..:;::' y\ ..... ;' the case must at once be reported to large crowd among whom were the. '
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t.. 1 .!,. i': : .. r.,.. ".. ': :1 ..;;::::. !o'.. \ _' Health. and he is assist the The "O, Should the Spiritof
) i1" ,:: :u: -.... -:..'., :.o-; \. /:......... ... '..t to secretary poem Why 4J
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p.\t y .1.:1" :.: : ; .. ; sta1.e.
'J "! 'f-; '-V.\'f\ > ..-/.I : 't \'! :: :: ... 'i\' ; I.......' A of ths board at all times. Mortal be Proud, was recited by
.: ti... :: "':) '' ,. : '.1\\: .f' .t:1'' : ": :.:.'). "" .. "" .;-fJ-r' >. .;..':"''..... } The report of the committee on sanitary C. R. Burgoyne In an impressive ldfeelin'g
>' .:. .... .' ;: .. ; / '.. examinations
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a.r- showed that of manner.
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lli'v""' .. :,. \;:.::. i'r.. out
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::1'F1.if; .. : .: d -"""; -.. ':( ;"'r.. ) .t.1OtU&t5' : J.i' ..... I h. sy .,. .... the total of eighteen examined only Addresses commemmorative of the .,,
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!; >,_ ';1':.x'J'' to : : ,. ..... ) r. C. Humphreys! ,..299; ':B. R. Lawrence, speakers. paia'') high tribute to the ; t .
-- 2S7; C.: L. Filtton, 24; F. T. Martin dead sovereigns and extolled the virtues -
r.im
,; \0\, 282!' ; W. H. BfSzler, 274; F. O. Johnson of the order in eloquent terms.
-- piest and- most fortunate manln all the duckt o a turn. }i zx 271. The first four having made Sacred songs were rendered by a

I" 'f"IJ'ij.:" creation. A&d.now Jim dear eld Jim, The man with the oysters disturbed the highest average will.be appointed quartette composed of male and female -

' s.. '9'I hU ehum andr lifelong friend, should her at her drawing, but she hurriedly consistent with the physical exami vo ces. :Music was furnished byWyer'

t:, H t; :: I have a taste of felicity In seeing their sketched ia all the salient features el. nation. band. A r
t .;t',.,jf: 'I Iof @ home and making the acquaintance of her picture before, the ftteful twenty Several lively tilts occurred during

: .; i!; @ 1crr9.n. ) the Incomparable Iftczie, the one woman minutes when the, duck should be i the session but, ;were.all good natured. Keep your bowels regular by the

in the whole world. placed in the oven. She salted'aad :. .. : use of Chamberlain's Stomach and
'J l :;fi1V I I Lizzie fairly flew about: the little peppered It and lighted.the gat. Then ,' About Rheilmatism._ Liver Tablets. There is nothing bet.

,z, to:.t-.,:' .. '' Jr place' putting daiaty touches here and she set the fat and interesting duck in There are.few diseases that inflict ter. For sale !by all druggists.
t' # >>""- the oven and left It for twenty min more torture than rheumatism and '
i !'1 utes. Everything else'was progressing there is probably no disease for which' .
i I there and making the tiny dining room Order.
-t k By OUVE HARPER minutes such a varIed'and' useless lot of
; finely and in five It ; remedies
was really
> ,:.J'' look too sweet tor anything as she said. have been Order: .is a lovely nymph, the.child of.
J hot suggested. To
1 m b: .f t Cavoa5t,19S6br Anenua FW Aaecia&a; Then into the kitchen went the brave quite. that it i say beauty; .nail wisdom; 'attendants 1L5EASTER
: can cured is -
.... | ; therefore, a :
J,..t. So she left the duck to its fate and '
!ti''::. :;,, little soul to wrestle with pots and 'I bold jstaternei*! to make,''but Chamber. ere brt-aefltnes8 and activity; her
,
.
went to add a few finishing touches to
"" pans and the cooking of that wonderful lain's Pain Palm,'which enjoys an extensive abode is'the valley of happiness; she
.fl\; AT. dearest, don't dinner. her toilet and a last one to the pretty : sale has met with great success Is always to be found when sought for,'

"fI.?., .: forget' to draw She had- been an artist in black and table. Then her dearly beloved came I in the. treatment.of this dIsease. had never appears so lovely as when

"'i 1.: "P.tsA the duck!" .white while on one of the'daily newspapers with his friend. After the presentation One application of Pain Balm will relieve compared with her opponent, disorder. .

;.;...: ,. edleandaeme callAJ- with a strong leaning to colon Alfred aexe4: the path and hundreds of sufferers -Johnson. \( is the season when everybody

"\' 'iced Lawton as and "he"'was an editor. So his parting "Is dinner nearly'ready deareatr'Lizzie have testified to permanent cures .
iii! e'was halfway request did not seem strange to looked at the clock. Yes; it by its use.-' Why suffer' when Pain Teaching the 'l'eaeJaer. discards the old winter shoes

171' ; : the stairs. her. She was to draw that fine fat was fifteen minutes since she had put : Bah affords, such quick relief and Mother'(whose children have bad 4* ,

''.. ift n-; His own bride of a duck that lay before her. She would the duck finfsued J t the oven, so by the,time costs druggists.but a :itrifle? For sale by all education superior to her own, to her WI II and blossoms out with some-

had left and even admired the aesthetic taste they had their souP.and,oysters small daughter, whom she is in the act
,,, .5 e r the>month; door of their of her dear "old sugar." The duck the duck would' be Just right She of smacking)-I'll learn you not to con thing fresh and new.
.
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would turn off the Postmaster
alone had a sort of waxy look so she gas. Nominated. tradict me! Small Daughter (betweenher
bandbox of
: a
"t.5
.. > .., flat while made an artistic group of a bed of celery "Yes I think M. I will ,see," answered Washington Aipril 9.-Among other sobs)-Teach, mother, teach. We've always an unlimited
;;-- open the nominations
8 anxious sent the
: 'r ;' -: she hung fondly flanked by some carrots and red lady.. by president to Punch. ____________ '
? Just then the ice the Senate today was that of T. W. '
eream came, and
l of
pples to add to the color in choice
scheme. -
't, "- the balusters galaxy styles
.'v' f r over When/ Alfred took it from the dumb waiter Lunday to be postmaster at Perry, The'Mornlnff Star.
tJ "' & she .always they were arranged to her taste Ga. The.
Iron
ban stud.
: 1'- as with the' morning star an -
air of who
I I" had'entertain-
); ; f, .. one
she her '
brought drawing board and
"'
; did to see ed friends at dinner fled -with spikes and fastened Iv means
for at least
# the last of her blessed one, her "old sat down contentedly to draw the years. fifty The Original Laxative Cough Syrupis of a chain.to a short handle was much V Footwear
ff Spring.
duck. She just washed In the colors '
mB : sugar.". Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar. used in mediaeval times as a military
They sat down to their soup and then I
to
\ be finished at leisure
S. .\' Lizzie heard'the retreating footsteps later but had their oysters. Elzzie's cheeks It expels all cold from the system by i weapon.. It was exceedingly fprmida-
h 1 : down the long hall!! the very: striking made a careful study of that duck and the were actin'g as a cathartic on the bowels. ble for when thrown it could not easily
't .i of the umbrella agatnstUhe wall sending succeeded In getting a very good loveliest pink as the placed' the Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar is be avoided or dodged the chain per. for Men Women and Child

( J?' happy little .thrills through her. sketch of it in all its fatness.As pretty vegetable dishes on the table a certain safe and harmless curd for mitting it-to curve around the arm of ,

;!-..1 She sighed heavily a*,,she returned to she surveyed the work of art she and Oh It the was salad grand bowl to on be the married sideboard and colds, croup' and whooping cough. over 'the shield. It was confessedly ren. We handle nothing but
felt well satisfied. It
I the dainty little flat. Was not her very was a regular modeled after a common cactus whicat
,
t.@ 4i. dearest and best gone, not to return "duck" of duck. bare She a home and In.thediJck guests to dinner! the knife, and yet the duck refused to grows In every part of Italy.An c//j the best and the patrons of
'tl' until 8 o'clock? She had, everything else, preparedher brought :. be carved. It seemed to have the re + ,
jt vegetables on the range.her salad It did not look just;like, other roast sistance of rubber and he finally re- ill-!
Vnnsnal Event. this Shoe Store
1nj
: He was to bring an old friend with ducks that she'bad 1vI never wear
Been, but the book
I all made and in the Icebox. marked
,
:
I They
were '
> ; shim to dinner. She had not cared to "Yes I sent my uncle a teleyraie an
leave her dear little tIatiherPIlndise., to have fruit cake and Ice cream for had said twenty minutes. "I am afraid the duck is not done.;' Wednesday to say I was coming, t fitting unsightly or pcorly-

f'!w .rather even for church and Alfred dessert At each plate stood a tiny Alfred took the carving, knife and "I ,cooked it twenty minutes" replied wonder if he received it" }

,tf had decided that be wasslgnaUy blessed floss chicken pecking at a colored egg. started to carve the duck. He thought dearest, looking worried.At II reckon he didn't, cos I seen him made shoes.Everything

11t l },R in having such an angel for a bride Could anything sweeter? And the there was something wrongwith It, this moment the knife penetratedthe this moruin', an' he didn't brag aboutno *

/vftfli one not given to flauntlng'Shows, even tall glass In the center of the table but he dissembled.' With a grand air upper portion of the duck's breast telegram...-Broeklyn Life. r
: : held a bunch of Jonquils. And oh, how he said he had always liked ducks. and an avalanche of whole corn rattled
t. : :fkfc :on such a day when al \other women The flavor excellent is Ready for Springs
happy she was! She had looked In the was He made
l do and those sufferare .
Jf* A :were showing themseive& off in their down on the platter. Alfred looked so Injuries we we ;. -
? >k. and It said that another attack but,his knife made no
:cookbook exactly seldom in the bal-
weighed
lueweowos and hate Hews the hap tragic that Lizzie began to tremble and same
B 1f91'; ;. twenty, minutes were required to roast impression! on, the fowl ,Hj sharpened ance.-Simmons.
turn pale. He said finally: I ,
,. k We've low cut shoes for everybody
i i r + "Take It away. I told you to draw !

r the duck the last thing as I went oat To avert a sneeze press the upper lip \ \\r. Our Easter display of new styles is attracting
and yon didn't do it" att1nlllt: hp tP**},. -Ua the forefinger.:

BUDWEISER "I did too." sobbed Lizzie with the a great deal of attention,

napkin to her eyes. "I did now." INSOMNIA 111 t1 1 If y you wear L50 or 6.00 shoes, it
Saying this she banded her mortified -

husband the drawing she had made. Leads to Madness, if not Remediedin 1I1 matters not, you'11 find the best for the
.
E She still sobbed disconsolately while Time. '
is fermented in Glass-Enameled Vats. '
: '} here.
Alfred handed the drawing to Jim and "Experiments satisfied me, some 5 money

s lei After the process of fermentation it is lagered each let out a roar of laughter that "years ago," writes a Topeka woman, ..

(aged) from four to five months in Glass- could bave been heard a block. of'that.the'coffea insomnia was from the which Direct I suffered cause r -

$r:: Lined Steel Tanks, from which it is drawn Poor Lizzie continued to weep terribly, as' well as the extreme nervousness (
: "Oh Mrs. Lawton don't There Is and acute dyspepsia whichr BOSTON SHOE STOREFashionable
y. into bottles. Thus it is
plenty else and, besides Alf it was :'ade life a most painful thing for me. "

In Glass from Kettle to LiThe the botcher's business to do this" Jim "I had teen a coffee drinker since

caid consolingly childhood:, and did not like to think

result is an exquisite taste and flavor .. Tll-I'll discharge that butcher. Never that the 'beverage was doing me all Foot FittersA
w + this harm. But it was, and the time
distinctively its own, :which accounts for the Mistakes: mind dearest It wasn't your fault cams when I had to face the fact and
to and ahhaven't
R occur anyone. -
ni sale of .protect myself. I therefore gave it
.
"
you got something else?
and and
t r up abruptly _absolutely .1
"I-I could make an omelet," Bald adopted Postum FOCQJ Coffee .for my

Lizzie wiping her pretty eyes. hot drink at meals.

137,722,150 Bottlesof "Well do and we'll chat while you, "I began to 'note improvement in .
are doing It" my condition very soon after I took .

But when Lizzie was' alone the on J;'()stum.: The 'change proceeded CLOCK.S:

.m Budweiser in 1905 thought of her dismal failure overcame gradually but surely and it was a mat : good 8! day Parlor- Clock.. ...... ..... ..... ... ... ',.. .. .$-.00
her and so many tears fell that she ter of only a few weeks before I A good 8-day'Parioi' Clock with alarm 5303

exceeding that of all other bottled beers. was half blinded but the omelet felt found myself entirely'relieved-thenervousness 8-day-Mission Clocks.- |;2.75 to........ ..... ... ... ... ... .. .. .$S')3(

Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n sorry for her and came out of the pan apparatus was passed restored away my to digestive normal Repairing at reasonable prices.J. .

light and fine. That and her F. DAVIS, JEWELER at Coe' Book Store.
-- salad efficiency and I began to sleep rest. s
.: SU LouU. U. S. A. ". .

; cakes saved were the day good.and the Ice cream and -fully J'These and peacefully happy conditions have Continued ------0"0"..... ........ .....AA............ ............'0"......................A...... ...........

d Despite its the during all of the 5 years andI : >
beginning dinner
,''A MOOG, Distributor.Pensacola. a very enjoyable affair and the.next was am safe in saying that I owe them CR.EENS t f Put them, in before the FLIES and J!

::' lGr: day the duck got another cooking.: entirely to Postum FooJ* Coffee, for U s MOSQUITOES get into your house. to drink it I
when I began ceased to *
Lizzie
made surreptitious efforts, to use medicines.! Name given by Pos .can.,furnish them CHEAPER NOW
CttM v Iii Ceptti get that picture away from her has !
Battle Creek, lich.
tum Co.. Supply-of BRICK hand *
eu band but he put it under lock and key.. There's a reason. Read the little now on I

It was a. proof that she did actually. book, "The, Road to Wellville," in Phone 11. H. G. DeSILVA & CO-
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_. _THE PENSACOLA JOUR,N AL, *TU ESIDAY MORNING, APRIL 10, 1906 PAGE__: THREE_ _:
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J'I24 da.p CANDIDATES N ARE[.' Rise Liars, .





TTORN.EYTO.APOLOGIZE[' 7691011 INITIATED I IH IN And' Salute. Your. Queen




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ORDER[H

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''' -I Ho All Ye Faithful Followers of Ananias
'- -,, --..' I Continued from .Fire.Tage)' r ,

kling and Sweeping were rejected Thirty-Seven New Members Addedto ,<

The pure food }law, is,.going and the clerk ordered ,to re-advertise .

for bids returnable at 'noon Monday, Here's Good Rule Pensacola Council Knignt :":" : QI\fEEAR "
make it lively for some< people April 16.Complaints. : -
to ;: :< :':' ; ;' ; .. -.-- -, ,. .._- .
were receiyed concerning of Columbus. :': : : ,' :', :
-those .who.are afraid to let dumping Make all ; : ; "
cans on private property I your appearance ,
the public know of what their by city garbage carts. The acting I it should be. ; ; .

goods are made. One good ,street cover the superintendent cans,at once.was ordered to I The way to do that is to!I PLANS ARE UNDER WAY FOR THE A Young Girl said to a Cooking School, Teacher' in New York t "If You Make One

.J. E. Long former ,
street.supenin- wear our stylish clothing.Distinctiveness ERECTION OF A $25,000 HOME Statement False That All You have said about Foods
thing about our business is we tendsnt: ,appeared before the board and I as' as
and :
announced that he 'was ready to go simple BY THE POPULAR CATHOLIC
are glad to tell the people Just to work. He was informed that he l elegance are, the salient is Absolutely Unreliable"" .

had been removed from ORDER SEVERAL VI.2.ITING:. -
office! by the -
Cothing! is made of.
our features of
what
i
council, and that the board had no every garment
jurisdiction to give instructions.J. i .make. KNIGHTS FROM- BIRMINGHAM
Xo shoddy clothing'can come we This burst of true American girl indignation I washing the sugar off from the gran
B.
Capes requested the board to
into our store, if it isn't first-- allow him to kill a cat. Referred to .. Your money's worth or 'NEW ORLEANS AND MONTGOM.Ear was caused by the teacher I THIRD PASTURE.Now ules and carrying it with the milk to

tne mayor. your money back. PR ESENT. saying: that Grape-Nuts, the popular the bottom of the dish.! Then this

class in every respect we won't The board then adjournea1. .'. pre-digested food we ome to frisky lot, milk charg.edith Post Sugar is fed
was made of stale
to the infants producing the most satisfactory .
the "Labor Union" editors. You
: White & Nix
have itEaster To draw the fire out of a burn,heala bread shipped in and sweetened.The : results, for the baby has
cut without leaving : The past Sunday wiI be a day longto teacher colored up and changedthe know down in Texas a w eed food that it can digest quickly and will
a 10
scar or
Clothing now. on sale.' cure boils sores, tetter eczema and all 29 S,, Palafox. Phone 790 be remembered in Knights of subject.! called "Loco is sometimes eaten go off to sleep well fed and contented.

Suits, $8.00 to $30.00. skin and: scalp diseases use DeWitt'a Columbus circles, for on th* day men- There is quite an assortment of by a steer and produces a derangement When baby gets two or three monthsold
it is the custom of soma mothers
Witch Hazel Salve. A specific for tioned' one of the largest classes ever of the brain that
piles. Get the genuine. No THE PUBLIC IS INVITED : traveling and stay-at-home members of to allow the Grape-Nuts to soak iat

causes such speedy relief. Ask remedy for /lbyFIRST'CHURCH taken into the 'order at one time in the tribe of Ananias who tell their makes the steer '"fcatty"', or the milk a little longer and become!

DaWitt's -the genuine. OF CHRIST, Pensacola was initiated:. Part of the falsehoods for a variety of reasons.In crazy. Many of these editorsare musky, whereupon a little of the food

SCIENTIST, morning and the entire afternoonwere "Locoed" can be fed in addition to the milk
ClHBKRDM --- the spring it is the custom on a from hate of anyone
of Pensacola, Florida consumed in giving the candi-- containing the washed oft sugar.
who will not
cattle ranch have instantly obey
CIRCUIT to a "round and
THIESEH COURT IS up, It is by no means manufactured row :.
attend dates the three degrees which were
to a
brand the cattle the "demands" of a labor union :
so we are going to a baby food, but these facts are stat.

NOW IN SESSION LECTURE ON CHRISTIAN SCIENCEby conferred. have a "roundup" and brand these cattle and it, is the universal habit of ed as an illustration of a perfectly j
The members cf the local council digestible food. 1
such writers
and place them in their proper pas to go straight intoa .
The Rev. Arthur Reeves Vosburgh, and the soon to be knights attended It furnishes the
regular spring term of th .&3. I tures. system of personal vilifica- energy and strength'for
WEDDING PRESENTS cambia county circuit court 'opened Member of the International Board of mass in a body at St. Michael's .' the great athletes. It is in corn-f j
Cut Glass! and Sterling SilverwareW. yesterday morning with Judge Francis Lectureship of the Mother Churchin church. Rev. Father Fullerton tion, manufacting any sort of mon use by physicians in their own ,

A. Gahlenbeck, 218 S. Palafox Si J.'Carter, presiding. Little business Boston; Mass., at preached an. able sermon to the FIRST PASTURE. I falsehood through which to vent families and among their patients, and) ]

.. outside of the calling of the THE UNIVERSALIiST CHURCH, 4 I their spleen. We assert that can be seen.on the table of every first.(. i
-- docket, settlement of a few 'cases' and East Chase f Street, knights and their guests in which he Cooking:}school teachers-this the common citizen has a right class college in the land. 3
TURTON &. BELL. the continuing of others. was trans- Monday, April 16, 1906, at 8 p. m. extolled the virtues of th3 order '
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870., acted. ALL ARE WELCOME.EasterBall. cuj:! cautioned all members to remain Includes "te c ers" who have to live and breathe air without 'We quotefrom .the._. London Lancet,

Kodak Supplies. Finishing for Amateurs. When Sheriff Van Pelt opened true to whatever obligation they may applied to usTor a weekly pay asking permission of the labor, analysis as' follows:
court there were a number of attorneys if would" trust and this has
they 'say "something brought downon
who had business before the take in life. After services the initiation "The basis of nomenclature of thi3\

R. K. WHITE, .1 court and little time was ,lost by :! ceremonies were' ommenced and nice" about Grape-Nuts and Pos- us the hate of these editors. preparation Is evidently an American]I 4

Watchmaker Manufacturing Jeweler, and Gradual. Judge Carter in getting down to\'lousi before concluding thirtyseven.candi. tum, and when we have declined When they go far enough with pleasantry, since 'Grape-Nuts' is denv-{

OptIcian,30 S. Palafox Street. Pensacola Fla.< ness. Motormen and Conductors Hall, Mon dates had been initiated. to hire them to do this they their libels, is it harsh for us to ed solely from cereals. The prepara.,

--- Two and minor several judgements cases 'dismissed.,were rendered day, April 16. Fifteen members of Birmingham, get waspy and show their true 'get judgment against them and tory food process constituents undoubtedly into a converts much more the!;.

ADMISSION! council No. 635 arrived Sunday colors. have our lawyers watch for '
The first case on the docket for to- 25c. -early a digestible condition than in the raw:

TerselyToldCabo cay Is the $8,000 suit'of theGerman.. morning to conduct the initiation' withthe' This also includes "demon- chance to attach money due cereal This is evident' from the red,
assistance of F. J. Kohn
American Lumber Company' versus' ,B.K. knight of the Montgomery grand Ala., strators" and "lecturers" sent them from others? (For they markable' solubility-of The prepaTa.,
A. Redditt is pleasant vis!,- Saunders.
a Six petit jurors were s cured yester. ,UNIQUE, REQUEST Cc.uncil, and D.T.:r. Hayes, district out ''by a certain Sanitarium to are usually irresponsible.) tion, no less than one-half of it being
tor from Chipley. I
deputy of the local council The ,Birmingham -
as follows: C. E. Shackleford R. sell foods made there,.and these Keep your eye out for the"Locoed" t
: day soluble in cold water. The soluble
Z. L. Naber, of Birmingham il:5 delegates were: John W. .
E-: L. Daniell, Edward Fox, W. J. ASKED OF BOARDCAT people instructed by the small- editor.
spending a few days in the clt)". I 1 Bicker,R G.Brewton and W. L.Nobles. 3'Neill,. deputy district deputy; Sterl- part contains chiefly dextrin and no
The venire was soon exhausted !ng.A. Wood; 1 1strict deputy; B. P. foe-whiskered-doctor head starch. In appearance 'Grape-Nuts':
D. W. Burke. well known citizei
a l 1 Dickman, recorder of Birmingham of the institution-to tell these resembles fried frread-crumbs. The
sheriff Now
ordered
all these
and .the court tha let choice specimenstake
of DeFimiak. is in the city for fcx v'
a KILLS J. E. CAPE'S CHICKENS council; M. E. Linnehan, financial
brawn
grains are and crisp with aI
days. to summon a special venire to report I prevarications (you can speak notice: ,
secretary Birmingham council; P. H. 'I pleasant taste not unlike slightly
The city council will meet in rc@uIar P this morning. AND HE ASKS PERMISSIONTO Unnehan, B. B.' Martin, John Me- stronger word if you like). This We will deposit one thousand or'I I burnt malt. According to our analysis .;

session tomorrow evening'at'* Rheumatic Pains Quickly Relieved. KILL NIMAL.p Geever. Charles Fleming, W. E. Bid- same little doctor conducts a fifty thousand dolars to ba covered bya I the folowing: is the composition

o'clock. The excruciating pains characteristic veil Marvin Harper J. J. Gilmors, small magazine in which thereis like amount from them, or anyone of 'Grape-Nuts'; Moisture, 6.02 per

of rheumatism and sciatica are J. J. Boggan, John McCloud. CharlesHerbert of cent; mineral matter, 2.01 per cent;.
Charles Hardesty, a prominent lun l' and Ed Cushing. John Kil- a department "answers to of them, and if there was ever one
ChamberIain's fat, 1.60 per cent; proteids, 15.00
quickly relieved by applying per
her man of Houston, Texas, is in Per l- Pain Balm. The great pain 'relieving One of the most, unique but at the. han, of New Orleans, was present. correspondents": many of the ounce of old bread or any other ingre- cent; soluble carbohydrates &c, 49.40
sacola on business. The New Knights.The dient different than our selected wheat
Questions as well as the answers :
of the liniment has same time most humorous requests per cent; and unaltered carbohydrates
power .
I following is list of the candidates and barley with ,a little salt and yeast
L K. Lull,: Kirk Henry W. B.- McDonald :- been the surprise and delight of thousands ever made of a public body was made: initiated a being written by the aforesaid used in the making. of Grape-Nuts (insoluble), 25.97 per cent. The fea-
,. M. O. Harrison, well knowiMcibile 1 of sufferers. The quick relief oi : v\"' doctor. tures, worthy of note in this analysisare
yesterday afternoon at the session : Frank Bond, Timoth" "& Wil-- will lose the money.
::citizens. were here yesterdaj'. affords the excellent proportion of
is alone
from pain which it Cassagne.1William pro-
the Board of Public Works.> liam Conway, Charles E In this column sometime ago I Our pure food factories are open at
teid mineral matters
and sol blt
,
Hon. W. H. Price. of ;Marianna L worth many times its cost. For sale Coughlin, Rev. Father Raymond the statement "No all times to visitors, and thousands
appeared : ,
of the meeting had carbohydaies
The business cent. The mineral
per
spent yesterday in Pensacola on lega.i i by all.drtfggists.t II Carra. D. V. Daly ,I. J. Diaz, pass through each month, inspectingevery
been about concluded when J. E. we cannot recommend the use matter was rich in phosphoric acid.'GrapeNuts' .
business. I Edward De La Rua, Ambrose Fernan- department and every: process.
OF THANKS Capes, who had-ben sitting in a tar] dez, Charles Grant, Frank, Grant, C. 'of Grape-Nuts for it is nothing, Our factories are so clean that one is described as a brain
Miss Connie ,Djavis of Bluff (Springs I, I take this method of returning :1 and nerve food, whatever that may be.
.
aro'se "Gen! H. Gonzalez Jr.: James Gra.hamHiL. (bread with glucoep'oijredover C could, with good reilsh, eat a meal
and'asked Taut
:
l t : corner meeky ; Our at rate, shows thatit
; visiting with Mrs. Geo. Johnson, o:[a thanks to the people of ;Pensacola whoso :: FrankC Humphreys, JameS anaylsis, any ,
East Hill.iMalcolm. kindly attended my,son, Eugene F. tlemen, ma$ I say .some hng: ?" I 8.Eantzr: Leonard. S. A. Leonard, Alcide C. it.:" Right then he showed from the floors. is a nutritive of a high order, sincet
: The work people, both men and women
Nelson, of Bagdad, wh
has been visiting his sister, Mrs. E,10 tifeath of ;yellow fever last fall, and especially and told to turn loose I :Jr., W. J. Martin Go W. McDonald, tribe of Ananias. He may have state Michigan, and according to food in very satisfactory and -
the members of the Wood had to
M Pooley, left yesterday for home. to say. from Filo McAllister, Guy Palmes. ,Alexander been a member for some time i the state l labor reports, are the rich proportions and in an easily assimilable -
the World who especial "I want permission you gen
men of were Pine, P. J. Pendleton, William R hig-h-I state."
The New City Flinch will not mee t I can't before, and so he has caused est paid in the state for similar
ly attentive and kind, and who on tlemen to kill a cat. poison Quina Anthony Riera. Jr., J. M. Rupert An
tc-day.! but will meat next Tuesda Let us tell :you exactly what you analysis made, byheCanadian..
:V killed chick.
monument has
Sunday unveiled the over the animal and it my Louis C. Ray, Marion P. Sheppard these "lecturers" to descend '
vita; Mrs. Bogan, oa Fourteenth streel:. his grave. ens until I am tired of it. I have a Geo. E. Schrandt B. J. Trobok, : will see when you inspect the manu- Government some time ago"shows that
into the ways of the tribe where facture of Grape-Nuts. You will find -
A game of baseball was played Sunday L- G.. H. CARTLEDGE. target" rifle and can shoot them up a J. P McLaughlin.. ever they go. tremendous elevators containing the .I Grape-Nuts contans! nearly ten times
between two teams known few. The ceremonies were conducted
rect1vely the digestible elements contained in
F ( as.!IPensacola Juniors ani d "Do you want the members of the with all the solemnity that all religious When the young lady in New choicest of wheat and barley possibleto ,' ordinary cerea's, and foods and n ar-
These carriedthrou'gh
Bulldogs, which resulted in a score 0 f can secure, particulars from Prof. J. B. board to kill the cat?" asked Mayor. orders observe in important York put the "iron on" to this buy. long grains are to grinding ly twice the amount contained in any

13 to 12 in favor of the former. Lockey. Bliss. matters of this kind. The new members "teacher/' and branded her right mills, and there conveyers converted into flour. other food analyzed.The .
There will be a special: meeting oft "If you do I will give each of :you were instructed as to their duties analysis is familiar to practicallyevery
Confederate :Memorial will b Then the machines make selection of
day e
the for
Petsacola Lodge, F. & A. M. No. 42, $1," was the quick response. of the to the organization and to the we sent $10.00 to 'girl successful physician in Americaand
celebrated
in this city on April 19, nol the proper quantities of this flour In
Wednesday, April 11. Work in F. C. man-after-the-cat. Catholic; church in matters concerning her pluck and bravery. London.
as erroneously noted1' Sunday.The the prbper proportion and these partsare ,
"Call and see the mayor and the religious duties.
degree. blended into a general flour which We print this statement in order
schooner Cleopatra. Capt. Oil[) question will be taken up," was the The Council Officers. that the public may know the exact
''Ware If you want to sell a store shop, Council No. 778 is passes over to the big dough mixing
of Pensacola gov-
St. Andrews, arrived in por t information given Mr. Capes. facts which we stake honor
upon : our
hotel-or business"thes machines there water salt and a lit-
yesterday and will load at once wit] factory, any The ""board soon adjourned and Mr. erned by the following officers: ,
and will back it with amount of
is cheapest quickest, tle added and the dough any
want ad. way" yeast are
a miscellaneous cargo for merchant Capes followed Mayor Bliss into the ,D. J. Hayes, district deputy; John SECOND' PASTURE. money that any person or corporation
lit points the surest. B. Jones grand knight; John Massey kneaded the proper length of time. :
along bay. latter's office and came out a few : will put '
A. Howard well known Mob'le! deputy granai! knight; A. D. Alfred, of "Trade" Remember that previous to the bar I up.
The evangelistic meetings conducts 4 I J. a minutes later with a piece of paper in Editors papers been ground it passed We propose to follow some of these
at traveling man, returned to the city en his hands all smiles. He had secur- chancellor; Reverend Father Fullerton ley having was
Holt, Fla. by Rev. Heinrich Kege 1 choice specimens of the tribe of
and route east over the P. & A., after a ed permission to shoot the cat. chaplain; Thomas H. Johnson, known as grocers' papers. through about! one hundred hours of Ananias.
party closed last night. Ther e -
home where his wife financial secretary; Edmund Fox, re don't the soaking in water, then placed on warm
vas short visit to his Remember, ne put
much interest in the When hear schoolteacher
meetings. I a cookIng
you
is ill. coder; Milton E. Clark, ttreasur; R. floors and slightly sprouted,
Alexander Stoddart, or the Ne Chamberlain's Cough Remedy the Best I,. Nicholson, warden; Jackson Bran- brand on all, by any means. ing the diastase in the barley develoP'1 i. or any other person assert
York Underwriters Agency has recoi Al Hogeiboom! one pf Tha Journal'straveling don, lecturer; J. J. Sullivan Jr., ad- Only those-that require -it.-These chan'ges the starch in the grain that either Postum or Grape-Nuts are
; representatives leaves this and Most Popular. made of other ingredients than
any
ered so satisfactorily from his recen vocate; Jamas J. Burke, inside guard; a form of sugar.
illness! that he Intends to shortly leavi morning for Vernon. Mr. Hogebcom "Mothers buy it for croupy children, F. J. fliers outside guard; James Mc- members of the tribe have demanded Now after we have passed it into those printed on the packages and as
the city to attend banquet railroad men buy it for severe coughs advertis- we say they are mad< send us the
Xew York for his customary annuasit I came to hugh, W R. Gonzalez, John Christie that we carry dough and it has been kneaded long :
"! to Florida.-N. Y. (Journal 0 i in honor of Circulation Manager and elderly people buy it for la grip trustees. ing in their papers and when: we enough it is moulded by machinery name and address also name of two
Oommerce. Swet's birthday anniversary. pe," says Moore Bros., Eldon, Iowa. Tha local council has a total membership into loaves about: 18 inches long and 5 .. or three witnesses, and if the evidence
"We sell more of Chamberlain's Cough of 162 and it is confidently do not consider it advisable they or 6 inches in diameter. It is put is clear enough to get a judgment we

The High School junior field athleti c To get the flavor just right use Blue Remedy than any other kind. It 1-redicted that before the year is- over institute a campaign of vituperation into this shape for convenience second will right that wrong quickly.

teaD desires to issue a challenge t[a o'r Absolutely / seems to have taken the lead over sev. that the number will reach 200. and slander, printing from cooking. Our business has always been con
Lemon Vanilla.
any fljld team whose members weig];Ita Rib'bon ? eral other good brands." There is no Will Erect Home. These loaves are sliced by ducted on as high a grade of human
great
tfl&fer 110 pounds. Meet to be held il:Itt pure, goes twice'' as' far as Flavor'other question but this medicine is the best Recorder Edmund Fox of the Pensa time to time manufactured slurson machinery and the slices placed on : intelligence to clear the deck of thesa
'
this at city under rules of recent contes kinds and the 'Blu Ribbon. that can be procured for coughs and cola Council! stated: yesterday that the postuni or Grape-Nuts. When wire trays, these trays, in turn, placed I prevaricators and liars whenever and

Kupfrian's Park. Those interestd d Is perfection. colds, whether it be a child or an home councn had plans under way for they ,go far enough we set our on great steel trucks, and rolled into wherever they can be found.

!!:'. adult that is afflicted. It always cures the erection of a $25,000 home in the 'legal 'force .at work and hail the secondary ovens, each perhaps 73 I Attention is again called' : to the general .
quickly. Sold by near future. A committee has the and broad invitation to visitors! to
and cures .all drug or 80 feet long. There the food iJ
them to the judge to answer. If
matter now in charge, and it is stated through our works, where they will
go
gists. subject to a long low heat and the
'DISON! will push the project as rapidly as the pace has been hot enoughto
[CONTAG1OIIS'rii BLOOD ---- starch which has not ''been heretofore be shown the most minute process and

-. possible. throw' some of these "cattle"over transformed, is turned into a form of device in order that they may under
DoubleFlowers.Nearly stand hew pure and clean and wholesome
.on. their backs, feet tied sugar generally known as Post Sugar.
..
all the double flowers of gardens Grape-Nuts and Postum are.
-- It can be glistening on the
-
WORST DISE]SE IN THE WORLD were first found wild. Double Early and late Ea.t ra. and bellowing! do you thinkwe granules of seen Grape-Nuts if held toward There is an old sajin'g among !business .
blamed
should be ? They
double primroses double happen earlier men that there is some chance
buttercups Easter Sunday cannot the light and this sugar is not pouredover
Contagions Blood Poison is the: worst disease in the world ; not only 'daisIes, double roses and many other than :March 22 or later than April 2:>. gamlbol around with tails held or put on the food as these prevaricators to train a fool, but there is no room

those who contract it suffer, but the :awful taint is often transmitted to inno- things were first discovered among but between these two dates it has a high and jump.stiff legged witha ignorantly assert. On the for a liar for you never can tell where

cent offspring whose lives are bligl]ited: and bodies diseased because the their wild fellows and introduced into range of thirty-five days. At the time very '"cocky", air while they contrary the sugar exudes from the you are, and we herfiby! serve notice

virus of( Contagious Blood Poison ha::s been allowed to remain in the family the gardens. The florist, however, can of the council of Nice, 325 A. D., it have but when the interior of each little granule during on all the members of this ancIent!

Wood. The first sign of this diseas's 'e I contracted Contagious Blood Poison produce double flowers. He watches was agreed by the representatives pres- full range* the process of manufacture, and reminds tribe of Ananias other that they may follow
them "it'sdifferent" in lines but hen
their calling ,
is thrown over
'
usually a little blister by uBing a towel used by ome infected in forward Easter rope one cf the little white particlesof
pimple or the this tendency nature. If a flovrer ent that from that time
of lies
forth their about Grape-
and had symptom they put
hen person every that out on the end.ot
a red rash breaks out, the moutlna 1 vile disorder. I tried eve ? hlJ1 I heard usually has five petals and be discovers should fall on the: first Sunday after sugar come Nuts and Postum, we propose to give -
has been sawedoff
after it
out, throat ulcerate the hair come:S of of S.but S.the S. disease which I got commenced worse until, and I heard con1 that some of the stamens have the full moon occurring on 'or next Shoud ,we united them because a hickory and allowed lag to stand for a lengthof them an opportunity to answer to the

copper colored spots appear oi"je tinned the treatment until waientirelj somewhat of a petal-like character, th< after March 21, or, in other words, "on they bleat.soft and low? time. proper authorities.The .

limbs, back and breast: and as th...- well.have never This seen was the some sU-htest time Ago sip and of the I pollen is taken from these flowers and the first Sunday after the first full Or ,should we put the iron on, This Post Sugar is the most digesti- New York girl wisely said thatif
?lseas= more thoroughly pollutes th wood, swes and ulcers form and i f 801 Allen Ave., St. Louis,Ko. this pollen. The tendency, once Since the above arrangement was so that people will know the ble food known for human use. It is it brands the whole discourse as absolutely

the trouble is not checked the fing er nails drop off, and .the' soft bones started, is then given to the progeny adopted by the great ecclesiastical brand? so perfect in its adaptability that unreliable.

w lae; cose and head are destroycS'S !sd. S. S. S. goes down' into! the Almost any species of plant will in this council referred to Easter has fallen Lets keep them in the pas' mothers with very young infants will I Keep your iron ready and band(

and forces out every particle of the way be capable of producing double I Ion March 22 and on every date be- ture, anyhow. pour a little warm milk over two or I these "mavericks" whenever you find

porn and makes a complete and lasting flowers. It Is surprising that, with this tween that and April 25, but it is only three spoonfuls of Grape-Nuts, thus them running loose. .

S cure. As soon as the system gets under the knowledge, more attempts at this line after long intervals of time that it occurs -

infiuen ice of the remedy thesymptoms begin of improvement in ordinary garden on its extreme dates. In 1880

a topass i away, and when, the cure is complete flowers aVe not made. I Easter fell on April 25, its latest possible -, "There'saReason"orGrap

PURELY VEGETABLE. ps Ltient is left in perfect health.. So date, an event which will not

thorou;''ghly does S. S. S. rid the system; of .the There Is as much difference between again occur until ,the spring of 1943.

71 ru9 that no:signs of the disease are ever seen in after years and posterity genuine patience and sullen enduranceas The last time Easter fell on its earliest

: born with a. rich, pure blood supplj r. Book with complete instructions fore between the smile of love and the date waS in 1818. This will not happea C Ni'ts and Q$ turn

*ome treatment. and any medical advi desired will be given'without charge. malicious gnashing of the teeth.-W. S. again until after this ceatury. I

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Report of the
CHURCH SERVICES i effects"In.thfrfloott.cqvellng.Goeravan.Next Experience count anything"with you? Condition of

bt tnatIa onftrnIL.'t In popularity in Per T'h": Then what do you think of 60 year The American National
Blood
FOR HOLY WEEK sian rugs c me Gtersvan, or Serapi It experience with Ayer'&Sarsaparillat i Bank

'- I Is easy to recognize this type. A bold j SIxty years,of curing thin blood, weak at Pensacola,

.;:.,v"It !. -1'>-':, Jt. tn.ruuut fly IntL JttJt J SrULrL....7.rJ'J1$1JIMJtr Lfl.flJlJttlttLflJ1.rLr)t Following are the services for Holy: medallion. bright colors and lack of nerves, general debility I We wish you 'would ask your own doctor about IJf THE STATE OF FLORIDA

-'t\o.' > week at St. Joseph's Catholic churcH detail work In th* pattern are their I. this Ask him to tell you honestly what he thinks it will do for your case THE CLOSE OP JT:

t:44tt "' DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. and St. Katherine Episcopal: characteristic mart. For a medium I Then do precisely as he says the W.foriuIaa bar**o *Of__an I WSJbIIs t LoweU.M.C.AsrCo...... Bt'Sz3
St. JOeph'sWednesday for ---- --- APRIL 6 1906.
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priced, good wearing rug library ,
t4&1; PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY : Confessions from 3 p. or dining room I cannot recommend

Mi m. to 6 m:; 6:30p. m. to 10 p. n. r- -
.:. .g ...BY... p. the anything better than it good Goer van. Resources.Loannnd .
: 7:30| p. m. Rosary reading. on of They however; vary a good deal in I PRESS JFHE-f g discounts ...,. ..
Passion of Christ and chanting Grand 11,05-
4W j THE JOURNAL COMPANY. texture hence ought to be exercised Overdrafts, secured and nn
parts of the Tenebrae. ; care 1JT'TONiw secured...................... ..... ,.
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11 1..1', Communion Prayer and Holy) Com; point Easter Monday Ball Posit.-................... ,. .
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1-:;r'4!- !;.,,,,..". w w r,4t Procession to the. Repository. Reading -] rugs made but from a decorative pointof Furniture and fixtures 7!"'***
'"... 0.. I view all the desired features c. K. of A. Hall. Due from National
of Vespers and divesting of the, : they lack : Banks (not reserve

: MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. Altars. of Kermans. Colors are crude, Benefit Agnts) ................... 38,067

4'2. <:.j. ,unnUw -w wrruwww 7:30 p. m. :Adoration at th3 Repository designs too' exact .and. outlines too Due hum bankers State.banks.................... 30.IK34S wand
:. -v' ..t Litany of the Holy) Name of, sharp. The very.firmness of the weave Knights of Columbus Due from approved re-
-i't.,j''R' SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Jesus. Chanting of parts.of the Tene and formation of.the;pile preclude'the serve agents..... 121rf( .tt

} One year.S 00 One .p.a..ss.I&ss... 45 brae. .. I wool from taking on gloss. Th3 city r Building Fund.BARRIOS' Checks items and....other.......cash lS. l.,

,t J.o:; ,: Six Months................ 2 50 One Week................ It) Good Friday: '8 a. .m Reading of of Tabriz by Its proximity to,Turkish Exchanges for clear '- ?

li--* Three Months...... ........ 1 25 Weekly ,Edition, per year..?! OC the Passion of Christ and prayers, unveiling -: and Russian frontiers has lent its rug ORCHESTRA. itthgy'I Notes ing house of other,.Katior.' i''5i: 5i

b t -m-- and Adoration of the Cross, procession Industry to outside! Influence more Refreshments. ..I lID. .,
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Circulation tendemotes-
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the dyes. Nevertheless some I ....20,321 ,
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'4 ; r4 -- 7:30 p. m.-lWs3.ry. Instruction and: Tabriz reproductions of old master- I -no Ink to ipffl! -oo clogging: Redemption fund withU.
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Treasurer
;: :..,; :1 4;! ,0fl1.es, 108 and 110 East Papers on Sale on Trains Chantin'g of parts'of 'the Tenebrae., i. pieces, both in silk and wool are Marine Grocery Co. I or ihalciag. J circulation S. ).(5ft. 7,500 OC-iSs ";j,
\> .. I I Adoration the Cross after among ,the best works of art imported Yon cmplf pren the button(u J
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.. 'r.mt- :j Holy Saturday: S'.8.pL Blessing of! and their colorings Tabriz Phone 723. Write the instant it Liabilities.

< 1 the New Fire Blessing ofth Easter: l11gs'are more suited for..libraries, din V. J. VIDAL Manager. touches the paper Capital stock paid in. $ 2 "
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the
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1"1' -4 PENSACOUA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY MORNING, APRI1! 10. 1906 ing rooms and ; ; !
OF GOOD ThINGS TO Undivided" profits, less
THE H )ME expenses
R ;}:.f t _ Blessing of Easter Water 'and Baptismal -! Sultanabad.-This "rug is called af tet EAT Eagl $ SO J and taxes paid............ ....... !( !
Font Chanting of the Litany of. National bank notes 1II
the city of that name one of the'principal outstanding jjjt''Wi.O
Empire of Japan 4 per .
:. rug centers of Persia. Rugs woven Halibut Chunks. Halibut Quick Lunch ANo.zfwibI4kanz.ofldgod $115,46193
invested in classified) Easter Waters will fee distributed,
advertisingspace Due to banks and
:' and the Philippines : after here are known In our country under 50 kitt: ol fancy Mackerel $1.25. per : i iI .. bankers State.
the services. 7082977
Ou.ble.h i
and, in a.year, s busi- I
.
the names cf Sultanabad, Mushkabad kit. pen point-finest miaoued Die to Trust Companies -'
'While it is hardly probable that the ness. Confession from 3 p. m.. to 6 p. m. is 50 kitE Salmon $1.25: kit. rubber and fully guaranteed.feTU and savings
and Savalan. There no appreciable per
; 6:30: p. m. to 10p.. m. *!,"No.25. Banks.................. 18,988 09
halibut fins $L25 kit.
Administration at Washington contemplates difference between them. Of these rugs 50) kits per Dividends Unpaid1.J600
disposing of the Philippine If you are "building a house to selldon't Easter Sunday: 7 a. m. Early I might be said more than of any other 50 kits of Cod Tongues and Sounds, I Eagle with"Huh"gold band No. 26,Z50 individual deposits sub-
Mass. 10
a. m. High .Mass and Te kit.Bloaters jectto check.......... ri08,53047
wait JL25 Urge size. $3.00
until Is per
Islands stories emanate theNational it llnlsh d before oriental that lack the true
I from Deum.. 7:30: p. m. Vespers. Collectionon rug they Milkers and Roes. with gold band.,$4.00 Time certificates of
advertising It. You wl1 consideration Herring deposit..... .......... 130,07083:
capital! from tIme to time might as Easter Sunday for the Ecclesiastical oriental sentiment. Commercial Codfish Pickled Salmon Dill PlckleiGerman Sold: If Sudooen Cashier's checks out.

; that neglotlons! with Japan, looking have the first cash payment in hand students. has overruled the aesthetic inclination Saner Krout and Other standing............. 10,00000

:ii; to the sale of the islands are contemplated. by the time the painters and ,decorators St. Katherine's.. of the weaver, and the resultis C PIgs Feet in kits, $1.00. Ask TOUR tell DEALER.TOO the.' Eagle Irlledocsn't Deposits United States of U.deposits!a: disbursing 43,438&l
Services every day (except Good that Sultanabads and others of the Manew and Lange's Fruit Cak.
The latest rumor Is that GenEral are through. "FLASH"FountaU i'caathca officers. ... 28,513111- U5 .v;:
Friday) at 10 a. m. and 5 p. m. i same family do not commend themselves National Biscuit Co's Fruit Cake 25c tend the retail price direct to Kotes' and bills rediscounted '

Luke Wright ,recently appointed L A. hundred Good Friday services 9 a. m., 12 to. to the cultivated taste of lovers per pound. tu.anteed.Each pen abaolntely guar S4f!::.

Ito: represent this government at Tokio men-among those who 3 p. m. and 5v.m. of oriental rugs: As to the practical We handle the celebrated blends of r Total.......................... Il-:! "
read thisare'earning less money Coffee roasted by the Gulf City Coffee Eagle Pencil Co.
-'ttf has been authorized to take the matter Easter Day; merits of the rugs, I would not recommend -
: than could Services 6 7:30 Co., H. P. Chipma, Manager. Manufacturer: STATE OF FLORIDA,I
up with Japan relative to which they earn If they; had "bet a. m., a. m. and 11 them for places where their wearing COUMT OF ESCAMBIA. J M
a. m. Sunday school 9 30 Easter Oaxaca, 35c lb.; Gold Standard 25o I 3;/Broadway.New York j
a.
; m.
ter fitting" positions. You' and the liable I, M. E. Clark, cashier of the ,
the Savannah News has the following qualities are to be heavily IOUflo
Ib Diamond Blend. 25c lb Golden
,
festival for' Sunday school at 4 : ; named bank, do solemnly swear nat "
? tin say: other ninety-nine may be holding. these taxed. UDllk@the rugs of better grade, Rio 20c lb.BtrkUy above statement Is true to the best 01 i x?.;
p.m. -
S One of the Republican papers l of better jobs by this time next week if the colors in them do not Improve with fresh roasted and as good i knowledge and belief. M. E. CLARK,

: -. New York says that General Wright you take the hint and advertise age; quite the contrary., as any Coffee sold in this city. **. ** a.bler,

: :: :recently appointed: ambassador to Ja--promptly. BUGS OF THE ORIENT Khorassan. is natural to expect Send us your orders and we will denver day Subscribed oi April and 1906.sworn to before me this
L flwin, will carry with him to hi* post that in a country like Persia, where promptly. PIANOS AND ORGANS. # J.ANDBEWS,

of,duty authority to negotiate the sale "Help refused Is hindrance sotfght transportation facilities are still of the e CASH PR EASY TERMS. Notary Pumic
t' j of the Philippine Islands to that WHERE THEY COME,FROM"AND-HOV.. primitive kind'and people are averse to All Piano Work Guaranteed. Correct Attest:

f-4 'country.It: Is doubtful' if there Is any and found; a\ In the case of the man TO JUDGE THEM. traveling populations In different districts # CLUTTER & RUSHING, % C.FRANK W. :LAUAR KEILLT., }})Directors

-4-? nuthority for this statement It prob-- who imagines that he can rent his will retain their exclusive local StrawberryAND 12 EAST GOVERNMENT ST. H. L. Conngton, )

bly grew out of the fact that Gen. house just as well without advertising. & Few Facti That Will Be of Value stamp, and their handicraft shows *_ \ PHPNE 476. .
Wright was the Governor General of .
E4 .. marks of the artistic .
same
r to Thoie Who temperament -
J. : the Philippines, though it isn't clear AnticipateBaying %* ** *'

why he should be given such author--. The Tampa Herald is soon to Install Who Arc Interested In These..Product. and the effect of geographical Report of the Condition of

t; >,t *lty simply because he was at the head of the Leoms .f the East.The conditions from century to century.
; of affairs in the Islands., another Linotype' and a new Goss This is particularly) true in the case of The First National
question of antiques oriental Political Announcements.RATES. Bankat
perfecting press-similar to the kind made Ice! Cream
: tn the first place there is no good pUgs in the province of :Khoras- .
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..
-..- -. -; ,i reason for thinking the president is .The 'Journal uses, It will then have rugs should be, 'dismissed from the ten. The sheep and the goats here produce Pensacola,

: In. favor of selling the islands. That one of the most complete outfits in mind In purchasing rugs for ordinary a remarkably soft and silky'wool IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA, n

being the case where; would Gen. the state and it promises to be a better uses' Among recent. importations, in' This fact and the loose formation of The rates for political announce THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS

4 f I JWrighf get his authority? The matter carpet sizes, thereareda.rd1y-.aIlY, : antiques the nap are responsible for the fact ments, not exceeding 8 lines, to run
L t hasn't been brought to the attention paper even than heretofore. that Khorassan, SOCIAL till the primary )lay J.5, are as follows APRIL 6, 1906.
in the true sense:of the word. rugs are always soft
of Congress, and there is no reason : .
it for thinking that the majority of Chairman.honte. of the Panama Real antiques that .have' found their to the touch and silky in'appearance. The Daily Journal......... .. ..$10.00

tither the House or the Senate favor : canal commission, has at last,made a way to this country,have been securedby In the matter(- of" pattern also these BY. THE LADIES'' AID' OF FIRST The Weekly Journal... .. .. ... 5.00 Resources.Loanll .

w disposing of them. 'bluff earning. his salary. He is now private collectors who were alive to rugs are easily distinguishable. The CHRISTIAN CHURCH. These rates are striolly cash in advance Overdrafts and,discounts secured.and unsecured IU5.tlrll(
? Ana' do the Japanese want them? border Is almost always formed by numerous '
the worth of such pieces long before : and no announcement will be iiti'-) .:
r4i ft would be well to have that question on the isthmus but 'will probaWy narrow strips sometimes more At the home of inserted or run under any other con U. S.bonds to secure circulation &c, ,.. "
the general public showed.any'sgii of
: settled Before assuming that Gen. make haste to' get away again! than twelve blending together.harmoniously ditions. Premiums on U. S.bonds......... j 10 i lo' '
W. Bond*. securities, etc.. 87&',j!
appreciating the beauty and'the charm T. REAGER. ;
!Wright is going to negotiate the sale
: H ; ThIs. a bold. and sharp. Banking Rouse Furniture! and
a:', It is doubtful if of the products of the oriental looms. .... ...... ,
\ Cf them. the Jenan-- J ly formed med&yilon on a plain'ceuter 10th and 13th For the Legislature. fixtures i
avenue street
real estate owned .' .
iese would care to burden themselves Of such lucky collectors there are and Other 4 5wu8
corners to match. Due from National
'j rerith such; a population as the Filipi--* BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH OF many in this country-who could today While this province has produced and Tuesday, April 10th. t am a candidate for member the Banks (not reserve

nos. They want more land, but not -. realize) a handsome profit on their.mod- still lower house In the state legislature Agents) ........ 471965U
{ I situated -where. the Philippines are. JUDGE J. B. WHITFIELD. produces some of the choicest Music and Recitations from Escamlbfa In the Democratic Due from State banks
county -
est investment of several years ago. pieces of the art the and bankers-.......-.-_. A7s2a33
They don't like the climate. .Indeed, ", Even today.;'provide4 one knows some- oriental average primary of May 15, and will appreciate Due from approved reserve -
t t modern importation of Khorassan ......... ......... .
they know enough about the effect of H .tH-! t i'% i thing of values in rugsis the support of all Democrats. agents. 22 68.77!
t? ; climate to understand that it would comparative rugsor devoid of the meritsjand Intrinsic A'Fine Line of CHAS. M. COSTON. Checks and other cash .
is advised by an expert, there is no Items ... 405da i1
ft be a difficult matter to make much -t; value of the old specimens. of other Nation-
Notes
Hon. J. B.
Whltfleld
tt who has
served -
safer thing to purchase than a good
'the Philippine Islands.! The chances The name of Meshed Is sometimes I hereby al llrujt:) )
announce myself a
a portion ( term Justice oriental other article in the as Fractional currency -
as of Any
.a paper
that Japanese would degen- rug.
are even )
i; freely given td these rugs by dealers. TENNISGOOD8 candidate for the lower house of the nickels and
Serate if they should occupy them.pMiL9 the Supreme Court is a candidate fora household will depreciate .in value in who often show more enterprise than Florida legislature, subject to the ac- 4S929
statement in the Now York time. It Is only a good oriental MONtY RE-
The full term to succeed himself. Judge rug knowledge In"the matter. Meshed Von of the Democratic primary on LAWFUL
IN BANE,vJ:
}toaper was intended probably for a Whltfield has Bved In Florida all his that not only keeps its beauty but rugs are distinct'from Khorassan prop. May 15th. GEO. T. MORGAN. Specie snavi...................W7.02315
ensa.tlon. It may have; been based actually grows more beautiful by use, Legal ten.dernotss.*
: life and has filled er. They are :made In the city .......
; 1 upon the refusal of the Senate tojpass several positions always provided however, that one or I ... .. 27,160 00-94,185
am a candidate for member of the
neighborhood of Meshed the of Redemption fund with
capital
of ,
the Philippine tariff bill-the bill trust and confidence entrusted to
bought with discretion. and that the
House of Representatives from Es- U. 8. Treasurer (5%
.- tfsvored; by the president and which him 'by the people of Florida. rugs do not receive'too hard usage in Khorassan, and are better rugs. cambia county, subject to the Demo- of circulation). 10,00000-16.,.,1 1Total :o!6
of the Islands Besides these
admitted the products more Important --
: Judge WhMeld! has .i been highly which case the nap-will wear out before J ones JUST RECEIVED cratic Primary. I earnestly solicit $2t.95iI'II:'
fco our markets on practically a free there are other species of made in
rugs
: (bade basis. The defeat of that bill honored by the people of Florida. In light and air have done their work Persia and Turkey both large and the support of the voters of the coun- lIabilitles.Capital.stoclt .

-. -,j teemed to make clear the: fact that 1888 he headed the Democratic county In toning down its colors and' givingthe small These few, facts, however, : New'T nnis goods.Rackets$1,25 ty. JERRY!! J. SULUVAN, JR. paid $ 2O'\OO1b'\

'!Congress, as constituted at present, ticket as the party's candidate for rug a silky effectS which are given above for the $1.50, $2.00 $2.50, Surplus fund.. IJ (''O
.: fend as it may be constituted for sometime It must be understood that In the benefitof $3.00, $3.50 $4.00 $4.50 $5.00, $5.50.Nets$1.5O For Justice Peace,. (District No. 2. Undivided profits less expenses
County Judge, in the famous camp'aignwhich your readers will not fail to be of $2.50. and taxes: paid................... 4J.JI) !<.I
to doesn't to ,
give countries where oriental made
come proposp are
rugs
.- redeemed old Leon from some advantage to those who antici- I hereby,;,.lanfiounce my candidacy National bank notes outstanding ''CilWODue
-
I the Filipinos the advantages: the negro BJIs-3 for $1.00.
-i they _are treated with more consideration for the of to other National
office Justice
of
; [American people have in their own rule, and placed her firmly in the and care than we accord to themin pated baying or who are interested in Fine line, fresh: spring Fishing for the Second District of the Peace S 39,35319Due
Escambia to State banks and
tuarkets. The purpose :is to make out oriental rugs generally.Of Tackle; new and of best quality.
.ci Democratic ranks where she has the existing conditions of our modern County, subject to the Democratic bankers 160 984 90
1 of the islands all it is possible to I more practical value to the thousand Edison
average One new Records Individual deposits subject
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since remained. In 1889 he resignedthe 111*. First,of'&11, 'the-number of Primary to be held May 15th. 1906.C. .
;
J iake. Probably If the truth to check---------- 1,519,232
were buyer is, however, the question of just in. Come quick before they are
county'Judgeshlp to accept rugs used on walls sofas etc., far exceed L. SHINE.I Demand certificates t
Sknown: it would-appear that there Is a the of-. those used- the- and quality rather than kind. Few people picked,over. Depoat................. 14.M2U
majority of Congress In favor of get flee: of clerk of the I1J1)rem'e court I on floor' the know how difficult it is today to pro- Out of town orders promptly filled. Certified Checks....... 24076
Sng rid of the Isjands} altogether because which office ha held, totil latter do not get iny harder wear than hereby anounce myself a candidate Cashier's checks outstanding -
t 189?. In cure oriental of real -
those rugs merit rep- for the office 'of Justice .. 280 lr.Y.rii4"
of the expense and annoyance used on couches, from the fact of the ,

rr 0f,maintaining them The theory that that year Governor B :ham appointed .I that in the oriental countries people in- resenting in all respects all the best Peace for District No. '2, subject to Total ........................... 12,116\I---\-$
I. We need them to safeguard our trader him state treasurer. At the state variably walk over the rugs!with soft known qualities of the ancient art. the action of the Democratic Primary

:. the Far East is still advanced, conventi of'1893 he was unanimous. slippers or bare feet The native method Unless full confidence Is reposed in a F. B. BRUCE May 15th. .- STATE COUJIIT OF:FLORIDA.,t "
OF
:; EScAXBIA.I j
4- though it is c! doubtful it has as many ly nominated for the remainder of the of cleaning the rug, which Is very dealer or the service of an expert is : 'J. D. GOSS. W.K. ayer,Jr., caihier of the abo'

t3 Advocates as it once had. simple also has much to do with availed of it is', becoming a risky. enterprise named bank, do solemnly swear .n&i at
unexpired term proving of ml
best
the
above statement Is true to
to Invest large In For County Commissioner, Dist. No 5.
the truth of the statement that"ori any sum knowledge and belief.
1eji4 The 100,000 population microbe has The state convention at: Jacksonville these commodities.The W. K.HYRs JR.C1sher.
in 1900 again ental rugs do not wear out I here'by'.announce candidacy for .
unanimously nomi- my_
f % Inoculated, Tampa. nated Mr.-'Whitfleld: for the office of Oriental rugs are classified acJord- practice of washing rugs with w OODAI I re-election to the offics of county commissioner Subscribed and sworn to before me this! 9tl
< preparations of lime, etc., to reduce day of 1908.()
ing to the country where April
they from
state treasurer and he continued to are District No. 5, subjectto GEO. 8.IMEIIY
&* 'C1 2t4t Some Want Ad serve the people In this capacity until made the names.,:Turkish ,Pe .Ian, the bright colors of the modern rugs kinds that you want. the action of the Democratic Primary Notary PuoJio.

1903; :when:he was appointed attorney Caucasian, Indian, etc, denoting the has done much to shake the faith of of May '15. My commission expires Feb. 25, 19CA

I Reasons, general of Florida. nationality of the rug'so; :to 'speak. the informed public In these goods: of J. R. STEWARD. Correct Attest:

During his (brief term as Justice of Then again they are reclas lfled with once undoubted merit. It Is argued OAK AND PINE Wn.X. C.H.BRUT Ksowtts, /Directors
i
House-renters look for bargains ,
as the supreme ,court his service has respect to the dlstrtct loxvn >where that if an application of such chemical) For' Tax Collector. D. Q.BREET.CARPENTERS. )

eagerly as shoppers. If you can of.Jer been marked by industry and : solutions Is strong enough to affect the I --
a high they are actually wevcn: It is this cheaper than you car. buy hereoy announce myself a candidate -

'a, bargain to a fcood tenant your order of ability.. He measures up fully designation which gives, oriental rugs surface of the pile it may be strong It anywhere. Any size you for re-election to the office of

offer) will find many a reader. to the high standard demanded of the names by which they are known In enough to penetrate its warp arid' weft want.. Tax Collector for Escambia county WANTED.

-1- a supreme court justice and there Is the market and this designation alone which, once affected, will sooner or later at the primary to be held on May 15,

Many of those who are advertisingIn every reason for confidence that the conveys the Idea of "value and,Charac- result In' the decay of the textile E.I! 6. SEWEllPhone 1906. I solicit your- vpta. 100 CARPENTERS AND HELPERS PENS
ballots of the people on May 15th will Respectfully WANTED, TO BUILD CATTLE
fabric. Thus ,
;- : the classified columns today for the ter. For Instance, to say a ruisPersian the life of the rug IspractieaIIy'
.- decree that the Judicial! 'service cf J. : J. 'ROBERTS... ON STEAMSHIP. APPLY AT ONCE
for the sake of
endangered
: Is to very lihle. One Persian
I flrst time will develop. In the course Whitfield,, so well say 614.
begun BUILDING.
( of into regular and successful the fractional term which during rug may be ten times the value of an bringing It Into a stricter harmonywith I At the solicitation '" TO ROOM 308 THIESEN .
I ,a year, he has served the of of friends, I hereby EXPECT TO BEGIN WORK WEDNESDAY'
other Persian requirements a moderudecorati'e
of the
rug same size
will be :
advertisers. continued ,and developed I announce myself a candidate for MORNING AT BAYLEN
iiF during whole term. But when we sayMosoul, Eerman, scheme. wwt-i- I the office of Tax Collector subject to STREET WHARF.

1 >There is no prejudice against the ,then at once we k4ow,very- tly their Another ingenious practice often indulged the action of the Democratic Primary F. M. WIL.L.IAMS.Contractor.. I
RUNAWAY ACCIDENT comparative value and distinction: The in by certain dealers is that of I May 15. 1906. .
ad. There often .
want Is against an AT MILTON! SUNDAY Dest rugs are Imported from 'P rsIa. dyeing them with paint and brush, in- Money CountsIf NEILS McKENZIE OERTING.

agent or canvasser. The want ad. Persians are the oldest and most skillful troducing desirable hues and substituting -

-. : tells your story to the man or woman Special to The Journal rug weavers In the world.. In fact certain common tints with rotors Well Spent. For' County"rrulurer.I : Women of to-day are no more aPto :

-- ; iwho! would not give an audience to "Milton, April 9.-On Sunday night we might safely. say .that all other more sought after such as green, rose, be hCIP at random" than i is the m-r,
will candidate
your agent. Mr. Howard Jernlgan and wife; accompanied countries who send'us'the.'product: of etc. These practices are too recent to No shirts matter collars-what you pay for I primary a of May 15 in, for-the democratic chant to buy stocks or to hir* d"! -

: by a friend Miss Martha their looms are simply imitators. furnish sufficient data to form an opin- your and cuffs as nation to the offica of re-nomi "at random." The houseire pl r well as other articles of county treasurer.
; :A'; page of want ads. makes the Newman :were ,driving over to Bag Some of the best known Persian ion as to their ultimate effect on rugs al wear, if they're squeezed person to The support of all democrats will- her shopping or most of it. hc-fo

1 hole city akin for it places the dad to attend, lecture when the rugs In this country are.Herman,:Goe- so treated, but they emphasize the need death in high pressure machinery be appreciated. '. leaving home-using the ads. a I
f horse became frightened near the depot Tabriz Sultanabad and Khoras- of extreme care ori the part of purchasers
!wants and perplexities of all kinds or and'ran ravan -- they can't last long. Our J. ED WILLIAMS.: data.
some distance. The animal In the
san. selection of their rugs. The ,
,
-
in machinery was built with view
people a sort of family
: group. then
commenced kicking and Kermans.-The'princlpal features of wisest as well as the safest course of giving best possible finish I hereby announce myself a candia For Weak Digestion.No .
a
t 4r4 "Stoce Eve ate apples much depends and struck her Mrs.friend. Jernlgan' throwing"her these rugs, which distinguish 'them would be, especially when' costly piecesare with least damage to fabric. date for the office of? ,County Treasurer medicine can replace food bChamfcerlain's ,I
from the buggy a'sainst from under consideration to secure the subject to the action of the
on dinner." And so your boardIng some lumber alongs'da! the road..I3fr. others ar&-their. soft-neutraL your laundry money Is well Democratic Stomach and Lave; Ta "
dainty colors ,the {\prevalence floral services of a disinterested party whose: spent If spent with Primary. fo'r
house is important to you. If It .. and .)Irs. Jones living near THOS.: F. lets will help you to digest your r
designs in their pattern, a'glossy sheen knowledge can be relied upon. WRIGHTON. It is not the quantity of food :ai\" I
where
the
.is not all that it should be, advertise accident happenedran out and a short cut These There Is no doubt that with due care ::; tt I
pile.,
)
: : and readily gave their assistance to rugs rep- The Star Steam For County Tax Assessor that gives strength and vigor :
: for another-and choose from among the unconscious forms -of both ladies. resent the highest standard of the art both in buying and in using them' oriental system but the amount digestpd a, : I

: HM of, the best places In the city. Their injuries were many, but not'serious of rug weaving ever achieved. Ibey rugs will still be found worthy Laundry. I will be a candidate for re-nomina- assimilated. If troubled with a 'A, "A,. ,

It i*hoped. Mr. Jernigan soon are the favorite'Tags-oa 'themarket of the high reputation which they have tion to'the' office of County Tax Assessor digestion, don't fail to fetve thes- !"... f

J: Profits of a small storekeeper may stopped' :thif anImals and fortunately today and are generally used for par uniformly enjoyed as the standard of 57 & arden St. Phen* 114. In tile Democratic Primary of May lets a trial Thousands have been "." !

i1Ii .,. pe,placed In a savin'gs! bank and .earn escaped without- Injury. Jors and ether room .the excellence and_ worth.-H. Michaeljan. P.nuceIa Fin. 15. I respectfully ask your suPPOrt. efltted by their use. They onh :::1, I Ia
*ynere scheme ,
in New York Times. ------ -: '- W; W; RICHARDS. quarter. For sale by all druc&SI I It


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THE PENSACOLA JOURNA.t., TUE$1AY' MORN'ING, APRiL 10, 10& f'PJi\uJ:!: -;

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.ioo;; ROLL Of HONOR f To Remove>._ ,,..Freckles- and FINETESTIMONIALTO .I



PEOPLE Some Ood. CONVNTSCI1OOLThe PimplesJp 'Ten Days. FRED. SWEET\ WHO'' SUE I WAS


r:::::== 1UDINOU II a Icw41scoy,old lade a poslUri .
innate and IIGIIC7 reloaded tiwy CIIe wtet It hllito ',
: < AND & & following is the roll of honor'of I! itmoTe btckfcf p1sp. veMpOts,m4u,ulktw\ --
L I 3t. nets bUcUeab collar Oxaloritloas\ lid in cnptloai. AT BIRTHDAY CEl'E'BRA.TI'ONH.IS- I
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Convent for the
Things Mary's month now .
: of the skli at BJtler! of lOCI Auiiaj. Cores
March: O\\ rdluf?cues i I. M toy.u'tile went IllS to 28 iajt. HIM
EVENTSMRS. (Senior Room Girls-Misses. Maggie After these *f te't... natitt the tkla will be cletr, CO-WORKERS PRESENT

For ,the Last.. of McHugh Biebighauser, Maggie Eva.Mae Gonzalez Hatton Leona, Louise de!';its bgaItb ase. u.,As bu1iM.repri ear No rep possible latiol and bird ability CM remit to cwnplywttk : from WITH HANDSOME: SILVER SKETCH OF. THE LIFE OF LYDIA E PINKHAM

Mr atneatits, we refer to tie CoaoercUl Bank
c: Lent la RuaAda MdHugh, Genevieve Raf and Sink d Deary, Paris Teaa.or lay couty ofikUL WATER SERVICE.Circulation f

ferty, Sunshine Bergin, Irma Gonzalez, Ask ynr drqtlst far IUDINOU he bait It,and B .
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EXPIRESAT .M'O K ED..SAL.M 0 N, Evelyn Bond_ Gertie Whitehead, I M-Mit niacy drier ui we will teat yM a S0
SMOKED: )KALI BUT. Marie Steele, Mattie O'Brien, Florence -aclate ol KADWOU( by BIL B It fills to to all we
SMOKED data to It, aolifr M aod we will promptly retara yoorwey. Manager Fred A Sweet

DENVER,. COLO. ., FiANCY COD BLOATERS FISH Byrnes Roche, Edna Lala Sheppard.Cusachs', Jennie ,Atiit NATIONAL; TOILET CO.. Pads, lido celebrated his 35th birthday yesterday And a True Story of How the Vegetable CompoundHad

and In honor thereof, the circula- -1
.PICKCED ROLL HERRING' -
TONGUES AND SAUNDS.. uel Senior Johnson Room, Clyde Boys-Masters Bicker, Eman-Eddie tion force, of everything above at Hotel the Its Birth and How the "Panic '73" Causedit
rank of carrier gathered
,
FORMER 'RESIDENT! OF PENSA- ANCHOVIES, Motta, Leo Maher Willie Merritt I
Herman
CANNED ,' Southern last night and enjoyed what to be Offered for Public Sale in Drug Stores.This
SALMON .
Pape, Adrian Farinas, Leo 'Cox,
.SOON!
COLA DIED AFTER was in every respect the happiest occasion -
I KIPPERED.:HERRING- Alfred :Bradley, Roscoe Thompson, it has ever been the good fortune -
REACHING WESTERNMETROPOLIS. CLAMS, Henry' Schwalenlberg, John Rafferty 1
..JM of The Journal's circulators to -=
I j LOBSTERS, Cameron Bonifay, Guitano Mirabella, ; There just remarkable woman, whose restore the family fortune. They :'
attend as a foody. were J
DEVILED CRABS,' Edward Sheppard, Walter Durant, -- maiden name was Estes, was born in I argued that the medicine which was
the the
fourteen in
party and
I PICKLED: EELS.ROSENAU Dan Bergin Gilmore Hatton, Paul -t : supper- Lynn, Mass., February 9th, 1819, com : so good for their woman friends and '-1
concluded
Reumont, Thomas Cusachs.. which be'gan at 8:30, was not ing from a- good old Quaker family. neighbors was equally good for the
beau-
) until 11:30. The tale was
friends in this city ofMiss Intermediate For some years she taught'school, and women of the whole world.
The many Room :Misses Hilda -
& GERELDS tifully decorated with cut flowers, the became .
known
as'a. of alert
E. Nellie ''Beck, society editor of Bicker, Quinnie McVoy, 'Mary Cusachs, course? were numerous and most appetizing woman an The Pinkhams had no money, and

he Journal and Mrs. R. S. Cromer, I The Fancy Grocers Ruby Burns, Florence Drennon, Katie and the time passed so little credit. Their first laboratorywas
to learn of the death of Connors the kitchen, where roots and
:.will regret Etta Pent, Bertha Neal N l-- fl quickly with the' laughter, joke and
their mother, 11rs. Vashti Beck, widow\ .:Phone 397., Pensacola.THERE1S lie Mullen, Addie McVoy, Lizzie Car- : __ good nature of the hour until the last herbs were steeped on the stove,

of Dr. John Crafton Beck,' of Cincin- lint Annell McCarthy, Elmore Riryert, .' course had been cleared away and gradually filling a gross of bottles.
e 3! nearly seventy years. Ruth Then came the question of selling
nati, as Roche (Ada: Johnson, Mattie
occurred at Denver. Colorado _i/f- ..-- the party rose to depart. it, for always before they had given
!Death CTConnell Estell Sheppard. the :Mr. '
At the conclusion of supper ( it hired
freely They a job
Mrs. Beck went recently in away
where 'NOT A HOME Junior Room Girls-Misses Ruth
Mayes editor of The Journal arose
to off
printer run some pamphlets
with Mr. and Mrs. R. S. ; .
, company anywhere in.West Florida or Southern Turner, Florence Connors .EIJa} Rupert 't.. ; and on behalf of the circulation force setting forth the merits of the medicine
Cromer and family. In addition to Alabama butjthat can own a: !(piano by Annie Gonzalez, Allie. and Ida presented Mr. Sweet' with a handsome 1Lfr1 now called Lydia E. Pinkham'a
i E. Nellie Beck and Mrs.- Cromer means of
Ciliss our matchless'plan" of buy. Lindsay, Helen Gonzalez, Josephine PROSAIC HEN'S EGGS. silver water service, the tray of which Vegetable Compound, and these were
Beck has one son, J. C._ Beck, ing "pay .whea' ; The
Mrs. you can. tone, Johnson Ernestine and Hattie Jude- distributed the Pinkham in
the
bore following inscription: by sons
jr., who is a resident of Maim lastingquality' and durability are all vine when transformed by the use of-our
: Isabella. Lee. Adrian and Mollie !]FRED A 'SWiEETfrom Boston, New York, and Brooklyn.The .
Mrs. Vashti Beck was born in Indiana that ,could be desired. Ten dollars Sanchos Easter dyes, become things! of extreme -
: Lillian
Adams, Annie Mar-
and was a daughter of Ransom: down and two a week puts. one in your chetts Alma (beauty and of endless joy to : his wonderful curative properties ol
:
Davis and Elizabeth Stout of North home. Banfell Nellie Myers, the young and old. ,Every color that Co-Workers. in Circulation Depart- the medicine were, to a great extent

Carolina, and had spend the last CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE, Myrtle Hubbard, Caramella Mirabella. tints the most 'gorgeous sunset can ment of self-advertising, for whoever used it
Junior Boys-Masters Alvin'Bicker, The Pensacola Journal recommended it to others, and the demand -
,
twelve years of her life in Florida the Pensacola, Fla. be had and effectively used with little
Frank Halton, George Cazeppa, Harold April 9, 1906. gradually increased.In j
last six having been with her daugh- trouble and great, satisfying results.
Hall Horace Coburger, Willie In presenting this testimonial of 1877 ) combined efforts the fame
in ,
ters Miss Beck and Mrs. Cromer, Packed either in solid colors cr oy
this city. Campbell Willie Florence, Eugene paper dyes each '5c. good will and esteem from Mr. Sweet's ily had saved enough money to com l'

Mrs. Beck had; been in 'poor healthfor NEWS MOTES OF Bon ay, Earnest Castro, Joe Corrigan fellow workers, Mr. Mayes expressedthe mence newspaper advertising and from

several months, but bore her suf Raym.ond'- lerritt,- Walter Moody Hooton's Pharmacy hope that the silver service might that time the growth and success oi

fering patiently and with Christian BLOUNTSTOWNSEVERAL Wesley Woodland, Addison Meade, always be a reminder of the days when the enterprise were assured until today 1

fortitude. When it ibecame necessary George Greenwood, Thomas Maloney, :The Birthplace of Prompt Delivery. Mr. Sweet and his fellow "soldiers of and investigating mind, an earnest Lydia E. Pinkham and her Vegetable 1
Malcolm Rafferty, Clarence ," Martin seeker after knowledge, and above Compound have become household icj
for Mr. Cromer to go to a higher alti-- PHONE noa the day and night" planned and fought
tude for the benefit of his health,Mrs.: \ Henry Holts, Napoleon Qnlgley, Phil- and won the great campaign for circulation all, possessed of a wonderfully sympa- words everywhere, and many

:Beck decided to accompany the family, BUSINESS HOUSES ip Moody, Eddie Powell, Leon Bell, which has been such a special thetic nature.. tons of roots and herbs are used annually .

tut the strain of the long journey Fred Banfell, Willie Miller, Clinton factor.in the success of The Jour- In isi3 she married Isaac Pinkham, in its manufacture.

proved more than she could stand, as AND'.STORES .BEING! ERECT- Bonifay, John Schwalenberg, Walter I nal itself. a builder and real estate operator, and Lydia E. Pinkham herself did not

she was taken ill shortly after reachIng Bonifay, pewy Hurd. : j I [BLUFF SPRINGS'Special lrSweet's response was a feeling their early married life was marked by live to see the great success of this
PERSONAL AND SO- '
tha Colorado metropolis and, con Kindergarten Room Misses Lucile one. He thanked the 'boys for ther: prosperity and happiness. They had work. She passed to her reward years

tinned to sink until death, which cam CIAL ITEMS. Yniestra, Katie Motta' Teresa Witt-: ood'wlll and for the sentiment which four children, three sons and a ago, but not till she had providedmeans

yesterday, ended her sufferings.Mrs. man, Nettle Trainer Mildred"Roche- prompted their action, and he said he daughter. for continuing her work aa
she could have done
Cramer's Denver address la blave, Master Gregory Quina, Frances to The J ,urnar. hoped that he might always merit lu those good old fashioned days it herself.effectively as it

t18 'Twenty-fourth ave. Special to The Journal. Christie Julia Johnson Josephine Bluff their good will and esteem. His remarks was common for mothers to make
Blountstown. Apjil 9. Senator C. Daniels, Maggie Mae Kearney Mary Springs, April 9.-We are having were greeted by applaus and their own home medicines from roots During her long and eventful experience

Clark and Jacob Stephens loft Thursday E. Eason Mae and Eva Hall; Mastel'sHarringtoll beautiful spring weather' now and the'company then broke upish'ng and herbs, nature's own, 'remedies- she was ever methodical in her
the farmers are busy planting corn calling in a physician only in specially work and she was always careful to pre
for Mari nna ,and; other points. Johnson, Thomas Mc him many more equally as happy .,
and preparing ground for cotton. serve a record of case that came to
caseS By tradition and experience every
I ORANGE 1 1Special Mr. Jas. M. Thomas of Atlanta.Ga. urgent
now Hugh;; Misses Rosalind Daniels, Let- !Mr. Hogeboom'representing The birthday anniversaries.. /' many of them gained a wonderful her attention. The case of every sick
-of the and
tie
knight grip
a popular Martin, Lucy Swaine
old Blountstown here a Mercy Kues- Journal was in our town last week .... ._ ] knowledge of the curative prop. woman who applied to her for adviee-
an boy was ter Florida Wallace
Geraldine Tou- ,}fro W. R Stilley visited his horn* The Land' of Pagoda.. erties of the various roots and herbs. and there were thousands-received
c few days this week art, Annie Mooney, Genevieve Wilkins careful and the details including -
study, ,
Thos. A. 'Yon- spent Tuesday and Sunday, returned to 'Pensacola Monday Burma is the land of pagodas. From Mrs. Pinkham took a great interest
Mary
Alfred Juillette treatment and result
Sweeney, ,
morning. the summit of mountain, of every In the study of roots and herbs, their symptoms
to The Journal. Thursday at Yon, Fla.: Frances Brent, Maggie Holifield.r every were recorded for future reference,and
Orange Fla., April 9.-W. H. Smith, Col. c, "WI Hagsnnan spent part of Masters, Arthur Johnson John Chris. Mrs. Gilmore has returned to her hill or hillcfck from above' the cliffs characteristics and power. over disease. to-day these records, together with

lias been appointed: postmaster at this i Thursday here en route from Pensa tie, Gale Allen; Edward Burnham tome .in Bansacola: after spending a and rocks and from among the woods She maintaine .th t jiist.as in the nature harvest-so hundreds of thousands made since are

place and assumed the duties of th
office! April 1. West Florida Hardwood Co.., of whichhe ward Johnson, .OPrank Quina, Denis ,Rev. Hartzog:: of 'Georgiana, Ala., the graceful forms and gilded pinnaclesof all kinds; so, if we but take the painsto over, and represent a vast collaboration .

Gathering cattle is the orater:' of the< is president. Robinson. -Willie. E cles. Aline! Mat- spent Monday night here on his way numberlass pagodas., Often they are find them- in the roots and herbsof of information regarding the .l

day here now and all cattle owners, Blountstown growing-all the time.Several roni; Misses Edwinaand; Marie Christie .to" Santa Rosa county. crowned by a golden htee or umbrella. the field there are remedies expressly treatment of woman's ills, which for

are very busy. new residences and business 'Lloyd and Althea B'umsrAgnes! Mrsw: Mead Wilson aao! sons, Frank Pagodas are rarely I: temples in the true designed to cure the various authenticity and accuracy can hardly

Rev. E. C. Boland, the methodist: houses are' under construction. Eccles, Lelia Hallmark, Lillian Dubu> and Meade, were, the guests of Mrs. sense. They are usually solid,tapering ills and weaknesses of the body, and be equaled in any library in the

raster filled his regular appointmen 'Mr. W. 1'. Cowles of Jacksonville, sson, Lucile Allen, Oril Mae Williams; Will Douglas Sunday. buildings real imitation it was her pleasure to search these out, world. --
here last Saturday. 'Rev: S. J. Revel]I land J. Will Yon after spending a week I,I placed over ,or and and effective medicines With Lydia E. Pinkham worked her
Virgina Merritt, Janet Matronie. 'Mrs., C. L. Wiggins and Miss M. Wig prepare simple
i relics. Close by of palms
the Baptist'minister also] filled hi:, here left Thursday for Jacksonville. gms'of,,Pine Barren-came Mondayand ', among groves for her own familyand friends. daughter-in-law. the present Mrs.
regular appointment here Sunday last. Miss Edith :Mae Fannin, entertained up and bananas, are generally to be seen Pinkham She was carefully instructed
Chief of these combina.
Growin's more popular attended the.funeral9f.Mrs. I was a rare
number of her friends: at an "at every day. Long. the carved'and seven storied roofs ctthe. in all her hard-won and
:'(Mr. IT. R.Shuler, of Bristol, our pop a I knowledge,
March sales of Blue Ribbon Mrs, Uohn "Senjterfitt Pensacola, tion of the choicest medicinal roots
L ofj
home party" at the' Fannln (House onThursday ?mon Buddhist sterles. for she assisted her
kio or in her vast
ntlar chairman of the Board of County ngs. mo years
from until and Vanilla broke all previous, rec. is; visiting.her -parents Mr.-and Mrs. E.! C and herbs found best adapted for the
O>Commissioners: was friend;I evening' eight Gay and light'hearted the Bur- correspondence.To .
among, ords. V. M Caskill, of Nora this :week. as are cure of the ills'and weaknesses peculiar -
iher last Saturday. eleven o'clock* The spacious and I Mr R. G. Stanton was. in Pensa mans, they realize another and future to the female sex,and Lydia EPinkham's her hands naturally fell the

Hom W.R.., Gunn of this place ha;I 'beautiful parlor was decorated with cola Monday' on lusin ss.'. existence: as vividly as they do the friends and neighbors learned direction of the work when its origin.

announced for representative from this;I vines, roseS and ferns": I Patchouli. Miss Alma Davis entertained a few i present life, and the teachings of the that her compound relieved and cured tor passed away. For nearly twenty
county (Liberty), and no doubt i1 t The beautiful hoBtess "was of striking The plant from which the well known friends Friday night for her friend Buddha everpresent to their and it became quite popular among five years she has continued it, and .
elected will fill the place with credi t beauty in her..dress.of silk mulle I Il perfume patchouli is obtained is a native Miss Edith Jeanette of; Peiisacola great are them. nothing in the work shows when the '

to the county. Mr. Gunn has beer l and was assisted in "receiving and -entertaining ,: of' India and of Chinji. It is also who ii nen- uest this,week. minds and Influence them profoundly. All this so far was done freely without first Lydia E. Pinkham dropped her

twice a representive from this county.W. by Mr'Sister Mrs. J. Q.' grown In Ceylon Paraguay and the Mr. A. H. D'Alemberts here money and without price as a pen, and the present Mrs. Pinkham-
was
Hentz who was .beautifully'dressed in Banana as a.Food. now the mother of a large family, took :
H. Smith has announced for as French! island of Reunion. It'first be- Tuesday on business. labor of love. '
sessor of taxes. The candidates I white silk and: :both did: their part The.banana has i a high recommenda. it up. With won&a: assistants,some as
came genrai1known. in Europe, about }Ir. John Fillingim of Atmore, Ala-, But in 1873 the financial crisis struck
soon begin to hatch out thick an: i well. Singing and games were indulged tion as an article of food because of capable as herself, the present Mrs. i
; 1850. At that time India shawls commanded .spending a few days with his. par Lynn. Its length and severity were too Pinkham continues this workand
fast notwithstanding: the very coo:I in, and the penny contest was its nutritious character. A celebrated great
for onl:)r made with thj .result that Mrs. J. I. immense prices, and dealers, ents.Mr. much for the large real estate interests probably from the office of no other
having they
weather we are physician recommends baked banana \
: and' Mrs. Walter McDavid and a of the Pinkham family- this class
first were accustomed to Identify the -' have so women been ad.
Hentz and; Mr. Whit Boise won genuine person many
about in which t
14 ( ,
have days I
sister Misa Mammie of McDavid eaten at breakfast as a positive cure of business suffered most from
vised how to health. Kick
regain
prize a lovely -box of_ stationery, Miss articles by their odor, as they ; women
qualify. I
Susie TusseU- and 'Mr.- Earl W. were perfumed with patchouli. French spent Sunday"afternoon with Mrs. M. for rheumatism. One authority announces fearful depression, so when the Centennial this advice is "Yours for Health"
'McDavid, of'Chumuchla and visited that of this fruit year dawned it found their prop- if
Pickens coining in second and Miss 'manufacturers one pound freely given you only write to ask
acting upcia this hint,
relatives here erty swept Some other sourceof
Wednesday. away.
: for it.
has more nutriment than three poundsof
Dallas Russ
Laura Yon and iTr. getting -
imported the patchouli plant for the income had to be found.At .
the "booby'one: pcnnyl> :_ After the Mr. J. C. Sorey, assistant railroad meal or as many pounds of potatoes, Such is the history of Lydia E. Pinkbam.s -

I contest the guests 'were invited to the purpose of perfuming their imitation. agent spent a few, days in Pensacola while as a food it is said to be in every this point Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound ; mada

d.'ning! room where delicious cream India shawls. Afterward perfumers .this week sensesuperior to wheat bread. The Vegetable Compound was made knownto from simple; roots and herbs; the one
I ** took up the cultivation of the plant on 3Ir. Ed. MdCaskill is home again the world. great medicine for women's ailments
and cake were :'servea. natives of the West Indies and other ,
YOUR Those present were Mrs. J. S. Fan- their own account after a stay' of ,some months inMiss. tropical countries subsist largely The three sons and the daughter and the fitting monument to the noble

nln Mrs. almost
them. They be made an
Mr. Byron McDavid has accepted a may
Tus'sell. Greensboro, Ga Roxanna
of :,
RING WORM AND DANDRUFF. 'position with :Mr. R. G. Stanton.Mr. exclusive diet when one has work requiring -
Cox Eliza and Laura YonCillie Russ, "" "J?.
Martin of FIom ton spent one considerable and particular attention

Florence McClellan Camie, Hattie Belle Home Fields, The Are Each Caused by a Pestiferous -day this week with his daughter Mrs. and accuracy at a time when
Susie Cayson
EASTERTABLE Dora McKinzie May Home, of Blounts Germ. Walter Stanton. ji regular meal and other food would SHOE STORE .

town; Messrs.'" J. M.. Thomas, of Atlanta Ring worm and dandruff are somewhat We are all hoping that Santa Rosa weaken the action of the mind. It has The DEOPLIE'S

Ga., Prince of Greensboro, N. similar in their origin; each is county will soon open her heart and been found that the banana in such
caused "by a parasite. The germ, that help cambia county build an iron
C., C.: Cunningham, Bainbridge, GaJ. cases digests easilyand makes no
bridge the Escambia river here
I. and Wm. Hentz, Jr., J. H. Cox, causes dandruff digs to the root of th= across diminution' of mental concentration, Leader in Low Prices-
hair, and saps,it vitality. causing falling at Bluff Springs this being the most
X; :Max Wilson, Whit
Carlos Gaskin the required
while at the same time
suitable location along the river.MCDAVID .
Government.
hair andfinally baldness- Without g 32 West
and Henry Pickens, JT; W. 'Leath, Webster and dandruff there would hover be __ .
f-' tained.-New York American. ._________
Tom Yon and .Harry. Fannin of baldness, and to cure dandruff it .is ---
necessary to kill the germ.There has ....
Blountstow. been no hair preparation that .would i L :
DECAYED STARCH.A .
A Thousand Dollar Worth of Good. lab this until the discovery of New- .-' Easter NoveltiesGet
bro's Herpicide, which positively kIlls
should be well or- "I have been afflicted with kidney Food Problem.
the dandruff germ, allays itching Instantly Easter' dyes rabbits, chicks here. A beautiful assort
troUble fOr-
deredand and bladder years, passing and makes hair glossy and softas !An Asheville :man tells how right ment. Easter cards'and books in great profusion.

complete, and gravel or jtone.s.. IwItILI: _excruciatlng silk. Take no substitute. There Special to The Journal.McDavid !. food dld-ihat! which medicines had

pain" says A., H Thurnes, a, well Is nothing "just as good. Sold by April, 9.-Misses 'Bowman failed to accomplish:

we can help you makeit known coal operator.ol Buffalo, 0. '"1 -W. A. p'Alemberte, druggists and :Hss! "'Bessle Baggett,-Miss Maggie and "For more than 15 years," he says Oae's Books'"tore.Phone .

got no relief from"medicine until I bJ. apothecary= 121 South Palafox: street,, Carrie- Brgwton Mr. Durant, Mr. M. "1 was afflicted with stomach trouble I

so. Among our spec- gan taking, Foley"s'' Kidne Cure, then or:send, lOc stamp to The Herpidde -: F. Gonzalez, Mr. T. J. Cushion, Mr. anij: Intestinal indigestion, gas formingin 235.. 213 South PalafoM Street, Penatcola

ial solicited attractions the result : was rsurprising. A few Co.., Detroit, Mich.Our D.. J. Baggett and :Mr. W. A. Fischer stomach and bowels and giving me

doses started lila: brick-dust-liks, sub- were'the guests of Miss Rosa Gibson great distress. These conditions were
are stance andtnow; I 'have no pain across last Sunday. undoubtedly to the starchy food -

my kidneys 'and I feel Jlke. a new of man.?' Miss Bessie Baggett, after spending ate white bread- potatoes, etc., and ........................................ ...........
$1000 wprth_ good. didn't digestI worse with
It has done; me : a'few: days in Pensacola, has returned. grew
Foley's Kiijney Cure -will cure every,/ : MrtM.. F. Gonzalez is in Pentsacola time, till 2 years ago I had an attack

KENNEDY'SCakes form of kidney .or: bladder. disease. W. a few- days this week. which; the doctor diagnosed as

A. D'Alem'bertei.VJruggist'! ; and apothe Messrs. T.J. Cushion and D. J. Bag- appendicitis. When the surgeon oper- Refrigerators Mattifig I '
of At- ated on me however it was found
and Wafers cary. gett two popular young men ,
-
that trouble was ulcer of tha pan- -
Ice Cream more, were over shaking hands with my' .
friends Sunday last. creas, instead of appendicitis.

andLaTouraine $SIOO.OQ REWARD Mrs. O. K. Bowman has returned "Sinc'that time I have had several

reward wlll.be paid for the from Pollard where she went Sundayto such' 'attacks, 'suffering death almost I ito Bars. I I-
-Iosq
Roll Wafers arrest$100.00 and-deUver, --ttMhe-sheriff: of Without a Rival L. visit Pringte..ilr her. parents, :Mr. and Mrs. B. The ago; last and attack I endured was untold about agonies.3 months !

Renols '
Walton county, rcneCharlie; i, then said that I would
We 'rhitor .
forNunnally's
sole Fischer
again a
are Willie was
;
agents .
1>escriptt n.: Height, 5 feet I*began (tbeja.an time of Is now at hand when :
a negro. 160 Kandy Kitchen Cream U I caller. here Sunday.Mr. have to eat less starchy stuff, so : We've got ; } The year Jjfwi
about or
10 or 11 jnheswght, t the use of Grape-Nuts food for I them all. .
Candies with med. pre-eminently the favorite M. F. Adams "of Westville has need
170 pounds;eyes.fla bright-mulatto, scar on upperlip in popular esteem as"4t I accepted a position'with It. S. Mays knew it to Ibe pre-digested, and have Our Refrigerators are-food preservers and soon save their cost :

imn. large ; and 1 Co.R5V. continued same with most gratifying economical us'eou.ce, $6.5O to ?22.50.
is their
right of nose and when last with all Ice creameoanoss'eurs. in
to the ; ,blue faded jumper : 'No dinner: I ." N. Baggett preached to a large results., It has-built m9 up wonderfully. : Two hundred rolls China and Japan Mattings; elegant designs, :
he wore a. 10 pouuSs: In the first 8
seen at the M. E. church last I gained "
overalls; a gray eap; anew pair of No.S picnic or social function congregation Sunday. It was announced that the weeks thatl used. Grape-Nuts, my general : 20, 25, 30( and 35 tents' a yar'd laid free.. :
shoes; .Eeward to can be complete .without the pesky "skeeters" so you can.
fine sharp toed : S Quarterly Conference would health is better than ever before Our Iosquftonars.keepout.

be paid by J. A* Richhourg. & Co.,. it, and it can be reliedon convene COIjl1' there on the 28, and 29. We my brain is-- -clearer- -- -and my- -nerves : sleep at uigh.In peace andieoinfort.. -- :
a.sbiB.wholesome
J Crestvicw Fla. -- : at all times hope it to ba a success: strongeK" : Window Shades are our..':long Suir-We: make them. any sze! ; you

** and delfdous.' : .!4i'. 'W. Nobles, an employee of the "For breakfast and dinner, each, I wish, and ur them '.ip free f .* '. :

Sol! Cahn & CO.Tho' Order:Eastern'.Star. tIf L# and N. R. R. is out. for a few take 4' teaspoonfuls of GrapeNutswith i 'jM4RTQN :

A- ; Regular ineetlng o. _. __ : t.. I. daMs vacation.: cream 'a small ,lice'of dry toast, : -- '

_Id ; Florida Chapter, No.14, ";We are 'sorry to note that Grandma au egg soft boiled and a cup of Pos- I

Pure Food Store, O. E. S: 8 o'clock p n: I I Nobles Is.dead- She died at the home tum>; and I make the evening meal on
I
f -- Friday morning and Graputs] and cream alone-thIs
'TuesaiyT' :Spril ; ; Cafe cl her son & QUINA
Kandy Kitchen ; good night's rest and I ,
a
Stithftiit"' Carnir PaUtu and InUndendas The" D srees" of the was carried to 'Santa Rosa county for gives me "

a : der\will .be. 'conferredTisltng I interment The bereaved family have am well again. same given by 'Pos- I

members arc our heart-felt sympathy.The tum Co.. Batle-Creek, Mich. 148. Pensacola Fla
{ Phone ,
104 SPalatox. Phone 999 re Read the little 108/UOS..Pal St. 1
I{ 178 U. T D. Club ol Begin will Th ie's 'a son.
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.one51 cordially invited: ._ .
480 -
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,FOR SALE

;N1t,1; Good Luck Is But Another and Get Returns HOMES HOOTOJM &, WATSON ,

.Successors to Thos. C. Watsaa 6 C3.

04 'Name : Ten very desirable lots,'' 8-room cottage 180000.at Fisherville adjoin- v ,
For Good
; haru
Did stop t91b. .k.how
yon ever
a
have lcg: residence of Mr. Jacoby. Lot Leading Real Estate Rental and Insurance Agency
you worked for the money you Block '92 of the New City, 60x12a:, ,
saved up? And did you ever figure ,
: $. up_how easy"it earns more for you Tract, intersection Jackson $1,700.00. .
Investment/ when wisely Invested? And did it Marked down for quick sale \
-.> ever occur to you that when you allow street and 16th avenue; overlooking Splendid little summer cottage, can \
btt1 t remain Idle you are be enlarged. Lot 90x125, corner front '
savings to
: your the bay, beautifullots Real l Estate in all of the
throwing away hard earned money? bay and near car'line. Such bargain ;.Bargains parts

\" Why not either invest'in good1 renting for res d& ces. are scarce, you should'act quick- you cJty. '" '.. ;. : : .
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!And a.good Investment means- a good }foresight- improved property, or vacant, lend lots it that out Seven lots Block 55, Belmont -; V-ant. this. $1,500.00. .. : ; .:. ,
in value
There's mighty few people'with a foresight good' are Increasing or ; Stores and Dwellings for rent. '
Lt4c as their hindsight. Those "few"* are investing as their at eight per cent on good real estate Tract;.!lots in this Block 6-room cottage, Little Bayou.corner
lot from ,
mortgages.
100x140 short distance car
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dollars erty. You in Pensacola simply cant business and residential' prop. selling at $700. en hard road. Fishing and boating Loans made at current rates of interest on

I't tr We will be glad to show go you wrong many':if pieces youttbuy;\of proper-now. $50.00 f for a Lot Six houses North Alcaniz'. improved or unimproved property.

I u1. ty, improved and unimproved, that w1l1 yield big're- Street, good investment, willet L.::: S. BROWN & CO.
$44 1k turns: on the purchase money. '. right in the city where people are Insurance placed in fifteen leading American
building up fast. $1.00 cash and. 50c n :10 per cent. Thiesen Building. -
'0
per week. and foreign companies.
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1
.t For particulars apply to "WE SELL

jt-.Lti ." NO TAXES I LOTS"I We respectfully solicit your patronage.Our .

Ii Pensacola Investment rental department given especial atten-

I Company. NO INTEREST, $1900For tion., Call. and' see our,list.

A. H. BMLOfBEflrf, City Manager. : HcDavid-Hyer Company,I
five-room cottaga, bath and reception .
: W. u.iiowiis, President \ X. P. SIMPSON, Secretary.KNOWLIS LESLIE E. BROOKS, Agents New York hall. A'. nice home away from ,

8S&m J.L STILLMAN, V..Pres-aDd Gen. Manager. BIER, Treuurer.ctt Life Insurance Company. dust'and heat of the city on East Hi1 .II ti, '" '
$200 cash. $t5 per month !
204 S. Palafox St. Fisher Building. .
-- Kael Estate, loans, General Investments 2 8 E. Government Street. : $3,000.00. HOOTON & WATSON
Phone 462. Phone 7CO. Pensacola, Fla. For a 'beautiful eight.room two storyhouse. | i ,

215 South Palafox Street, Pans co,.* Florida. New and Modern. An elegant!

d4 home.., East Cervantes. PHONE 54 34 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.

i-t .[ HELP WANTED Wanted -. Lots;, In all parts of th.3 city at all] .
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r .n pANT'ED.lGG rices II I J _
I W carpenters and help ,
WANTED-r'Lady Or gentleman of'fair ers. Apply at once, room 308, Thie- -
ri education 'to travel for firm of $250 sen Building.: 8apr2t C. R. YAEGER '
000 capital. Salary $1,072 per year, THE 81'0 COAL #llu'ih Your Honsa
A Warehouse Site. payable weekly. Expense advanced. No. 202 Theisen Bldg! Phcne 626. .
Address Gao. G. Clows r Pensacola WANTED To buy_ old gold and all
tMi4:1fl Fla. 'I0apr2t<.: ver, broken up stuff regardless ofside's. i STRIKERS ON

: THIS PIECE OF PROERTY has front le'eron '- -- Cash paid. Ligntman & Klein, ... .
of 240 the South -
t1J4td Bide of Wright street by 192 feet deep between Alcaniz and Cevalles, W ANTED.-100 carpenters and help-) 106 E. Wright Phone 1127.

A1ci streets, it has small houses on it renting for 38.00 per month which ers. Apply at once, room 308, Thie- Here is YourOpportunity The greatest; demand'eve'r' known
will e'nable you to hold the pro perty without loss of interest; it has sen Building. ,8apr2t t W ANTED.-A. R. Bingham wants; for 6- 7, and ,S,.room' modern houses.

:444-j switch tracks in front of it; it is large enough for a FACTORY site, your moving and haulmg. He guar Landlord, why: not'build them. I can
WAREHOUSE "' WANTED: all-round printer antees all breakage. Phone 630. rent sell such houses; give me a
a site, a STORAGE YARD; it is close to the buIti good or .7iclorzi!J'uf-cIlOA";
ness center of the city; as the city grows thIs cass] of property will capable of doing first-class job print to make an investment which list and try nje.. "THE MOST

enhance greater in value than any other. class of property. It is not ing and experienced in newspaper WANTED.-The public to know that I will yeld: you, a bg profit. It's ;SPECIAL: BARGAINA IN THE BEAUTIFUL WORLD"MAGAZINE]
often that a piece of property like this is offered for sale at the work. :Must be absolutely sober; nol old newspapers can be bought at only a lot 66x90 feet, but it'son good paying-.turpentine businessfor
price, $5250.00.This drinking man need apply. Cook & ,Ask your newsdealer for this superb
the of and
i4 this office for five cents a bundle. Theyare corner Garden 30000.
l Hutchison, Chipley Fla. magazine. If he does not handle it
t 7aprlm all clean and nice. Railroad !?tr ets. If interested 40 acre improved'farm 8 miles from
send his
Is Not the House thai us name and address withername
Jack Built. telephone No. 223 and ask Pensacola,: worth $1200, can sell at and address and for
WANTED-Painters and carpenters loc. sample
WANTED-We want your orders foi for $600.
4tii-4 It was built by one of the most successful contractors in the city. on Equipment Building. Navy Yard 1, 1907 Art Calendars. Over 300 original copy.this Regular price 250. Mention
paper
at once. JR.
The:material was the best, the house was well built, tasteful and con- I .Saprlw. designs to select from. AllI GEO.W.PRY0R, Burr Publishing
:ijJ veniently arranged. It has 7 rooms and hall, bath prices. Mayes Printing Co., Pens c Company
gas. and all modem : tr 'i.gl.lifl'l:;
; the conveniences. The neighborhood is good, near to schools and WANTED servant for Old cooking man for, ete gardener; white, also or 1-I I la. IGfeb ". T. CRAWFORD 4 West 224 Street New York City
business center. It wilj make nice
you a home-514 North
Hayne
street. Look it colored. Apply mornings, 20S. 31514 South Paiafox Street.HOTELS. .
at
or let
us it to
show you and see if :you do not Wright St., 20apr WANTED,-Electric work of sit kind. filiscellaneousTAILORING
agree, with ,us. We think the price low.. .. .., '.. .. ......2500.00 Let us ciean your fans reairou I For Sale

COLLECTION ; "AGENTS WANTED"- dynamo do jour virin etc. Puona ,_
tr THE OF RENTS A SPECIALTY ;Experience ;. nww J 1u -
not necessary; pays for sickness,ac 570. Pen=acola: Elecvij Co.. 205 S. L. Diamond, Tailor. FOR' SA'LE-7-room' house. I
cident and Baylcn.WANTED. Gents' clothing cleaned, pressed and I I storeroom
death. Address the Fraternal "

THE FISHER REAL ESTATE i 2 closets, pantry, city water
AGENCY Bankers of America,. St. Louis, repaired on short notice. No. 11 2 THE BROWN HOUSEDAiry rooms, Lot 70x137 10th
% and
t1 : :Mo. 25mar4t .-All kinds ot electrical West Government St.. Pensacola. Fix good. beds. Free baths and sample: corner avenue
206 SOUTH PALAFOXST. Desoto streets, East HilL Apply onplace.
PHONE 87 Idee. $2. day. Special attention,
work. I sell all kinds of electrical .. room. per R. E. Coleman lOapr 2w'FOR
WE LEARN you to make 'mirrors at batteries and other lectrical supplies. tc traveling men.: J. R. Brown, Prop.,'

home. Full guaranteed formula $5. When you: need me' ring 345 or 955.: J. H. PORTER sailmaker, 716 South DeFuniak< Springs, 'Fla. ISmarlm 1 SALE-Oar load Tennessee

f P. F. M. Co., Box'472 Pensacola,, Fla. E.. W. Peake. new Star Laundry building I.. Palafox street. Orders taken for CENTRAL HOTEL, j horses and mules. Can be seen .it
IEri; DIRECTORY ISmarlm I E. Garden. lod'ec i tents, awnings, camp stools and house depot Large and CHIPLEY-op"I: Pou's stablas. McMillan & Turtonaprlu..

ProfessionalDirectoryTHOS. cots. etc. Prices reasonable. Sljan. .
- { ... -- rooms. Free sample room.. Meals at -
Joppa Lodge No. 6 I. 0. 0. F. -- aiJJiocms.; all hours Special attention to
,
trav-I
WANTED Board SHIP CHANDLERS :McKinzle FOR SALE? Grocery store and residence -
i'i g Joppa' Lodge; No.. 6, L O. 0. F. PEBLEY, .'. Oert- eling men. ?2.00 per day. J. JI. Tug-
aaar- wnrnett t sttttrirflj w !ing & Co., wholesale. and retail ship ., combined, including stock,
{ Beets Tuesday evening at 7:30 : gle, Prop. ISmarlmCHIPLEY L,
't 'clock erery at Rafford' Hall, West Garden LAW REAL ESTATE. LOANS AND Let us clean your Panama.Hats FURNISHED ROOMS: FOR. RENTr- chandlers and grocers, only first-class '. i fixtures, etc; nice home, good water,

)t. Visiting brethren are cordially in.i'k COLLECTIONS: cleaned, blocked. and rebanded by' expert .I Privilege of light souse keeping. 213! house! of kind: i in city.: 'Fair prices to all HOTEL-Carl Setterlmd,, one whole block under fence. Cash
IrI PALAFOX '" workmen. Leave'hats East Government street Block and"a. Prop. Special attention to commercial -' only. Corner Maxwell! and 6th ave.
rited. at
AND Wagen-
ROMANA. half froD1,-Palafox. ,'. 10apr2w*. Fine travelers. .,* Free sample Mrs. Z. P. Ryan, P. 0. Box 611ISmarlm
T.,H. FLEETWOOD, N. G. PHONE 559. heim's cigar store, 32South'Palafox. :.. stationery, wedding invitations I, and bath L I
1. W. GINGLES, Sec. ,lOapril 3w '' }\1,1"1 "I, visiting cards, tally cards etc. Celia rooms. Large rooms! .with good beds.j *

iu 1jan6m. NEW1EY FURNISHED rQoms; .verYI M. Robinson representing Chas.H. I. $2 per,day. ISmarlm L FOR SALE-Nice, clean old newspapers
reasonable. Apply 2W.., RomanaSt Elliott Company, of Philadelphia
at lYe cents bundle. This of.
Fensacola Lodge No. 3, K. of P. T G YATES M D WANTED-Two; one second cows hand with buggy youngcalves an'1one 4- ,lOaprlwWANTED *i Smarlm. BAY European HOTELOpen'nght"plan. 'Booms light and day and fice. a

:) i meets every Monday evening at 8 ,; set single buggy harness. Answc'Qalc" I clean. Transient trade ,solicited., WANTED-To loan money on you
0'clock at their temporary Castle Hall OPTICIAN : care Journal. 8apr2t* -A few Ve'gular bO rdelii:!; I, live in Pensacola corner lit] 575-579 S. P. 1a.foL, Jis. S. Nicolau, watches, Jewelry and personal ef-
'i! 4 over Pou stable, W. Intendencia St. -I Also a few,table b'oarders in private street and 15th avenue in New City,I Prop. fects. Highest cash price for old gold
i&-ft Visiting brethren cordially welcomed. 306 THIESEN BUILDING f family; good location; convenient to j ,
W.A.NTED-Your orders for tailor- and will take care of your Piano by'the : and silver. Lightman & Klein, 106 E.
T4q J. A. KJRKPATRICK, 'C. a made clothing. We make ', car' line; use of bath and- phone, No.' year .at a low figure.: R fell, wright Phone 1127.
H. K. of R. & S your 4&1"E.. Gregory.. 8aprli ii'' -
HORSLER clothes fit. Let us take your mea t une, clean out etc. Phone 802, 2 For Sale.
1'1 -- J.. Conrad Scott u FOR SALE-A. R. Bingham has a
NOTICE ure. Lamm & Co., Chicago, W. O. rings. Smarlm -
ql Ae Meetings of the Wells, agent, Chipley Fla. 7aprlm PLEASANT. ROOM to rent. 301 W. FOR SAI/E-One mantle folding bed, good team of mules for sale. Sea
IlJ. Knights of Columbus them float feb2?
his
Chase. on new
held The Woolley Sanatorium,the> In-I 8apr MATTRESSES RENOVATED. New gas ,range, .dresssr,,wash stand, din-
I are at their hail only :
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C.
\ No. 8 West Intenden- stitute in the United States where WANTED second hand boiler engine tick furnlsned if desired. All done in'g table, dishes, etc., Apply' 36 S. HOUSES FOR SALE--Lease or rent,

biis-g: cia street, on every Opium, Cocaine and Whiskey habits thel,I and saw mill to cut ,about ten j NICELY FURNISHER ROOMS for in good order on short notice. Leave PalafoL' 7aprlw near car line on Little Bayou. Apply "
Monday evening at can be cured without exposure, and I I thousand feet per day. State what you' rent. Apply Mrs. E. Coulson, corner orders at Green & Watson. Phone to Phillip Hannah, Little Bayou,
7:30 o'clock. An invitation with so much ease for the patient Only] have, pric.es, condition and where Chase and Spring Sts., Saprt ) 193.: 7mar FOR SALE--Fine'hotel_ site; best situation 4aprl6t
,J: ; y.,4 U extended 30 days' time required. Describe same can ba seen. Address Box No. I in the city for a tourist hotel -
i to visiting Knights. your case and I will write you an 53, Bonifay, Fla. 6apr4t i FOR RE Furnished or unfurnished lIA'ITRESSES.-Wholesale and retail 130 feet fronting: !south:! by 172 feet t FARM FOR SALE-80 acres locat'i
tp JOHN B. JONES. opinion as to what I can accomplish 6 room cottage at Big Bayou near manufacturers and dealers in deep on East Government street, overlooking Cottage Hill on railroad; all Lnce4
EDiL FOX. Grand Knight for you. Ask your family physician SECOND HAND CLOTHING WANT car line, facing water. Apply P. 0. cotton, mossand' R & C. mattresses Seville square and Adams in and with large house barns, outhouses
Recorder. to investigate.. Dr. B. M. Woon y.10,4() ED-Highest price paid for gents' Box 364, City. Saprlw r; and bed springs. Second hand furnirure I. street 'with open view of Pensacola: etc. Creek runs through 'to
kFi : N. Pryor Street Atlanta Ga. II clothing only. Sell second hand goods. bought and sold. Upholsteringand bay, flo.OOO will buy the .property land, and 4 or 5 springs are also 0:1:
Daughters -- repairing done. Old mattresses lapr. the land. Plenty shade trees and ;aP-
of
: % Rebekah. Dress suits for rent 9 E. Intendencia.
Naomi Lodge. No. 10, Daughters NICE flJRN1s1rEDRooMs: for rent renovated; new ticks furnished if da- pie, pecan, peach and plum trtes.

Rebekah, meets every Monday night of | For Farm Turpentine l suitable for light housekeeping., I sired. 114 E. Belmont St., city. FOR SALE-Full blood' white -. Good soil; also have a lot cf fine breed
at 8 o'clock in L 0. O. F. hall. VisItIng or WANTED-By a young man, positionas I Privilege phone"-and bath. Apply I.Phone 771. Davis Mfg. Co., C. T. Davis eggs .Beacon of Boston Wyandotte chickens, ducks, hogs, goats, pea

sisters cordially invited to be pres.- | Timber Lands, stenographer. A-I references 810 E. Gadsden St. or phone .896. I Mgr $2.50 setting;Of '15. Few .very strain fine fowls, pigeons, geese and tumyb of
'fnt. furnished. Address C-2, care Journal. 2Smarlm. .. all kinds. Reasonfor selling is that I
;
cockrels
I
LARGE ready for the,yard.
OR SMALL I QUANTITYCall I Address:
3aprlm. have A great
MRS. B. R. WITKOVSKI I Chas. Murray.DeFunlak no one to manage place.
MISS WILLIE on or Address I CARRIAGES Springs, Fla bargain either as an investment or
KENDRICK. Sec. ROOMS CHE&IFurnlshed or unfurnished i repaired and repainted. Slmarlm -
I Floats built to order. Horse for party looking for a good farm oa
-H WANTED-Stenographic work suitable for light house shoeing .
M. E. B. A, No. 81, meets first and Turner Aymard, nature. Will give same 'prompt Of any a keeping. On the Hill locaton high; I a specialty. J. G. Welsh Carriage LUMBER FOR SALE-Sess- mg-Wh1t which to make money. Every..hinI
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third Wednesday evening at 7:30 p. tention. and healthy. Closet line. Co. 27feb ted Co. I genuine and just as represented No
Real Estate and. Abstract Co. Phone 285. Saprlm. car Apply Bonifay.. .Fla. 31mar2w:! '*
tft4$ ,
m., Rafford Hall No 10. West Inten P. 0. BOX 115 DeFunlak 314 E. Strong. Phone 1213. i fake. Write or call on W. H. Morgan:
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Springs,Fla: -
dencia street. 16marlm. Box 453. Pensacola, for further jiar'ic--
A. G. FELL Pres. -1.:ANTED-SOOO pairs of shoes to I FOR SALE.--A: photographers outfit: ulars. Slnur:
g.- L. SWEENEY. Sec. half sole at iM. Kiedinger's Shoe ,Money to Loan. Cheap. Apply Fisher Furniture

NEW REAL Shop, 720 W. Government SL Fine NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS for w---- -- store_ 138 E...Intendencia St.,' 27mar: FOR SALE-95% acres of land half

4i-\; } Pentaoola, Lodflo No. 4, 1. O. O. F. ESTATE LISTFOR I repairing of all kinds promptly done; rent. Good' location and reasonable $10,000-TO LOAN! at Current rates of I mile from city. northwest: 70 acres

t3 Peasacola Lodge No. 4. I. o. o. rtoeeta ., satisfaction guaranteed. Saprlw* terms.' 401 W. Chase St. lapiSw interest.' Pensacola- Investment FOR SALE OR RENT Two'lighters; I I timber land, sub soil clay; 25% under
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every ThursHarveMinjr at 7:30 SALE -|Company.. Aprill-lw. one with capacity. for'75 thousand II. cultivation clay sub soil. Dr. T. A.

.t the new hall on West Garden WANTED-The. FOR RENT: -Two nicely furnishedrooms -. lumber, theother: thirty thousand ca I I LaFar, 519 Guillemarde St
Visiting' public to know that at ..p. 17 N. pacity.; Rates reasonable. Also 30mar2w
1i1T41atrOt11 brethren Stone. Paiafox. two
tavtted. E. GREENBLATT cordially Six houses IB West King Tract we can .do all kinds of repairing 29mar.. -. MONEY TO:LOAN-Everybody borrows skiff beats for sale cheap; 22 ft. long, -

UEYILLE.: Secretary. renting, $ o'per month ...$2850 float building, horse shoeing, ,etc. J. money from Jno. A. .Hall & 5 ft. beams. Telephone.or write J. A. FOR SALE-:My lodging house for
... G. Welsh Carriage Co., 27feb Co., 16 E. Government street When Chaffin & Co.,,:Milton, Fla. 25mar sale. Fourteen rooms newly furnished "
4J1 W. 0. ",. Rouse In West End renting for PLEl-\.SAJI."T-place to board on North In need call on us. 9feblm] ---I--. throughout It is on a good:
j 'Lire" Oak" Camp No. I, W. O. W; $10 per month, good neigh COURT HOUSE DYEING. Pressingand Hill on car line. Address No.8,' JUST RECEIVED. Large paying basis and centrally located;

meek 'In Pythian Hall 1st and 3rd borhood.. ,.: u .. .. .. ..1000) Cleaning Club, 212 N.DeViUersSt. care Journal. 27mar MONEY LOANED on all kinds of per- Imported Olive"Oil"Retail shipment, by pint of 1% blocks from postoffice; part cash.
:Wednesdays in each month. Visiting ., Mrs.,T. J. Davis, Prop. Your patronage roaal property on short notice. gallon or larger quantity. G. Morass Apply to Mrs. B. M. Trainer, 128
_overeigna cordially invited. Five lots,on !North Hill, If taken solicited; satisfaction ROOMS FOR RENT-furnished J. E. 30mar
guaran or un Terms easy. B. Gray & Co., 2 W. & Co., ship chandlers .and' grocers. 701 Government St.
'F. A. BOGHICH C. a 1 at once., ;. ..., .. ....$3000) teed. Careful attention given ladle s' furnished. Mrs. M. J. Robinson 600 Romana. Phone 1165. 1eb South Palafox. 4oct FOR SALE Household goods, bei
LESLIE HI BROOKS. Clerk.'Woodman's garments. Phone 1222. 8fi bWANTED.Haultng 'E. Gadsden St. 24marlmWANTED -
Five lots Apply
fronting Toledo square clothing, linen and dishea.
1 New City.. II .. .. .. ........11000) I I MONEY TO LOAN.-on real estate or ON THE HIGH LAND-EastHill 531 E. Government St. 25inarlm
Circle. and transferwork. A few boarders at 212 w.1 I trie car line, 'six lots 100 ft. front
One'block in New
f4 W, 0. W. C.. Oal Orove. No.4., City on car Office phone363; residence Gregory. New house, good neigh.' other sufficient security by appl>. by 137% deep, 'corners $700, Inside FOR S'ALE-Egga from standard bred

; t-t Woodmen ,Circle meets every, Thurs ; ... .... JUne phone _390. Acosta &; White, $Z-8 N. borhood and on car line. 18marlm ing to Thos. Pebley stairs., cor. Palafor and lots $600. There are no better situations prize winning Barred Rocks fifteen
f"* day:S p, to.,4 floor Pythian Hall, over .M. S. .....$4000) Tarragona SL 2 mar. Romana, up 17no'-m. than these lots, A., V. Clubfcs. $1.50; fifty $3. Also Ohio improve
POU'B stable,.on Intendencia street: Half Wocfc in;'New City,on hard I NICE FURNISHED: ROOMS for rent : Chester White Pigs, pedigreed. Mrs.

:Visiting sovereigns cordially :'invited.Mrs. NEW UPRIGHT PIANO to exchange- Newly furnished,' clean and nice, MONEY TO LEND-On good 'real eg- FOR SALE-Four room house with Lizzie B. Hughes, Chipley, Fla.

: Leona Langford, Guardian; 'Mrs road,,'anrlookln& Bayou Texar $1500, for lot on East Hill Address near postoffice. Apply at 128% E. tate security, or on good collater:ii. bath, at Goulding, with two lots. 22marlm

'M. B. -QUen. Clerk. These are all first-class pieces of 0. Box 207. 30m P.ar Government street, Mrs. B. M. Trainer. at lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks Apply to L. M. 'Davis.. 0. Box 633, S. C. BROWN IEGHORNSKuIP- !

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building.
[ : : property and are gilt edge Invest 7janlm. Fisher. jyan City. .- 'lOnarlm Hughes Strains; egg record 240 per I
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'. ments. pullet The farmer's and fanC1eT5cJfcke
aaCARPENTERS WiNTEB.: WANTED.-The Merchant TransferCo. Old newspapers'at' five cents a bundle MONEY LOANED on all kinds of personal FOR SALE;Improved-and unimproved : Eggs for hatching. An all i;
wants your.moving and banting at this office. They are all clean property on. short notice. property In all Darts,of the city. fertile guarantee. Prices: Pen No. '
,- 100 CARPENTERS AND HELPERS D. ,HALE WILSON 8 CO. All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Thi ar. and nice. Terms easy. J.,W..BUllard, upstaiw J. A. Wilson & Co., Real Estate Agents; 1, $2, pens Nos. 2 and 5, $1.50 for 15.
llffl WANTED, TO BUILD CATTLE PENS sea. Prop. Phone 978. ISJunela.WANTED. 28% ,South Palafox St., Phone 1144. Room 7, Salisbury building. Phone Sunnyside Poultry Farm, DeFunlak

ON STEAMSHIP. APPLY AT ONCE SOOT 172. 23Jan Springs, Fla. References-anyone :-a
i 0 ROOM 308 THIESEN BUILDING RZAL ESTATE, .-Real Estate for sale or FOR RENT the city. ISmarlm
-'bi EXPECT TO BEGIN WORK WEDNESDAY rent leasg or exchange. Your bu's1ness ..w AUTOMOBILES. am* agent for the
MORNING AT BAYLEN RENTS AND LOANS respectfully solicited., J. A. Wilson WW' UNLIMITED amount or money to loan Pope Mfg. Co.and can sell you autos. FOR SALE-Ten new and seconds
STREET WHARF. Real Estate Agent 22 A. R. BINGHAM has storage room for I 03 all kinds of personal property, from $500.00 up. They cost less .than cond hand office safes, dfferent:
% W. Government
\A F. M. WILLIAMS.f ... -,SCf.S. Paiafox st. Street Room 7. Salisbury I rent, suitable for furniture: or other Special rates to business men on large horses to keep up. They; can be run sizes, best makes at bargain prices.
goods, 104 and 106 South TarragonaSt New York Loan Co. ,
Contractor; Phone 234. building. Phone 172.. 23jan loans. The .'204H In sand anywhere a aorge can go.; Scarritt Moreno, office East Govern ,
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Phone 630 J0n01 .
South Paiafox. Leslie E. Brooks., ment St 24mar :

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TtfE PENSAC.OJLA: JOURNAL, TU ESJDAYj MORNING I APRIL 10, 1906 PAGE SEVEN

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Thousands. ,Each Day Wh' I Are Looking" for Bargains' _



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fOR SALE .; MARKETS .......... .........................


Lester BARGAIN Piano, mahogany LIST PIANOS.;:, fine order, :, AUSLEY l lt

..7 $350 price now 1275, used only Naval Stores. {; COMPANY
". few months; J10 cash balance |8 I Savannah Ga., April 9. The naval ,
Old
month. stores market closed today as follows:

pcr Irving, handsome case, was $300 ,. \'lyVI..... .? *.> '- .'.!' ..*. .... ..5 10 w/se t
J215; very little used. Terms ?10 '\\\6 .o) ...'*.. ..' ....> .... ..< ..4 95 COMMISSION BROKERS 1
now $6 per month. N ...... .- ..'.. ..4 80 always seek the ,.
cash. ... .. .... ..475K.
large handsome mahogany M .,. ?
Clutter; was, ?tOO now $335. -A bargain. ........ ?.....4 30 best and find it. ( 11 WEST INTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA, FLA. l

case J15 cash, $S per month. Quaker I. ,.. .4 25H. quality purity,
Terms high grade mahogany;' was :.:-... .... ,.-...r .....4 10 ,
. ai hlin now *395 rented only few G ;.'.... *.>.- ... ...>..! ..3 70 to 3 75P flavor and age f Private Wires N. Y., N. 0" and Chicago. *,

Lntis 50 ?20 cash, J10 per month. ..' ... ... ..... ......> ..&> 65' to 3 75
: make "old
ebony case, was $350 now E .*i'o' ..*.* ,.*.*.*'...1.* .. .0: *.3 65 Joe"strong
$120.Sterling$10 cash. $6 per month. Rye. D .* ..? .....' .-....i .....3 65 favor- f COTTON.STO CKS, GRAIN.PROVISIONS and BONDS |Ii
Clutter, large size, mahogany case; C ... ... '" .3 65
Spirits Turpentine. 65% cents. ;. get wise HIa
months, was $tOO now
used seven and Sold for Investment. :
month. Bought on Margin or
i
J275; S10 cash, $8 per million bottles
AUSL.Ey''CO.'S'REPORTS
Kimball walnut case, was $375 used
two years now $185, $10 cash, balance "Liverpool Cotton Market sold annually. i Reference: First National and Peoples Bank Phone 1173Don't i

$7 of per the above month.are upright pianos Mellow; with years. la ..Jeb.................................. .OlOM...6.11J'eh..Kar ....................................................i
All ..... .............. .............. full measure
end we guarantee-them. We have 16 Smooth rich ; and Xar April...:............5.65 .
to 50c pure delight
square pianos from $15 $45. April-May .5.95 convenient package,
per week: ood for. practice May-June. 'I'
CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE, fully stimulating. _' Jun&-1&lr ........\.,......... ....... ....G.91 moderate price; 'You Nfeed Carriage Shed?
Pensacola, Fla. lulj..A.u(11S\.:}.... ................... 1.97, or a shed for the wagon and farm implements? Pro -

FOR SALE-An installment business f Angnst-Beptember Beptember-Ootober.... ........... &5.92.18 sold'everywhere."b I tected from the weather they will last longer and per
in Pensacola with over 500 lease accounts. Time and money spent "to Oetober-Noyember ..'." ......5,71\ Ij form more satisfactory service.
Will sell cheap for cash. Owner November-December .............. ....5.70UecemberJaJiUAry & b" atlanta j We Want to Furnish the Lumber

has other business and cannot attend make you want -again: if ,-... ......5.79 as well ,as the nails and other hardware necessary In Us
to it :Address "},!e," .care this you LivAl'pooI8pot ,611. erection: Framing may be had for $16.00 siding 10.00,

office. 8apr order f shingles $1.75 and 52.25.and wire nails on a $2.35 base.
once.
New York Cotton Market
FOR SALE Choice Pekin duck e'ggs McMillan Bros. Co.
Open High Low Close
dozen. Single comb
$1.50 per Blunders Mill
brown Leghorn eggs $1.00 per.settiug _. PhonevlS.Lewis Bear & Co., Ma? 11.23 11.24 11.18 11.18> Company,
P. rocks the same $5.00 per hun 404-408 Palafax St. and 2-10 Main St.; July 11.16 1U8. 11.12: 11.12 .
B in Pensacola. 3 trios Pensacola, Fla.De August 11.03 lUIS 10.93 10.96 Phone 717. 21 East Garden Street.
dred delivered October...10.57 10.00. 10.54 10.54December.
of ducks at $'5-.00 a trio Plain directions .........10,59 10.82 10.55 10.55 I
given upon request to raise.poul New York Spotl. ll.iOWheat'
try In city lots'successfully.. P. -N.

Howell, Box* 36, Warrington. Fla.30mar2w .. i Ruyter: ( Holland ) Gin Open High Low Clog LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RftlLRMD COMPANY,
.
-.r;;, Mij-..... .'171 n" 'ms l1X8 Through and Local Time Tables Between Poasacoli/aod. Paints Nortlu
FOR-SL\.LE-B gy in good'eonl1itton. .........._ '17 "m4 MOBILE ALABAMA. ,
Thos. Pebley. ." apr4 Corn. READ DOWN READ UP
TrV.ns Nos. Trains Nos.
FOR' S.\LE-'Sh(! making'and repairin1 Open Hieh Low Clow .
established'trade- May.< '- *iH 48 46uJ.r 2 4 3 1
shop;' good opening for; good _.. ......46 (liS 4 m rIN NW[ 1: : m 11:55am Lv. .. ..Pensac ia. .. U.Ar. 5:00'am 4: Opm
;
competition
J. Mlndel, Bagdad, Fla New York Stock Market :20am45am :2ttpm :Ar .. ..-Montgomery:." .; ...JjV.Ar 9:23pm4:20pm IkJSam
man. Large Fortunes From Little Open ClosBoutharn 11: 9:1pm .. ... .Birm'-asham. t. ../Lv. .S3am

6aprl6t Pacific...? 68% 6H! Arrived. .'7:25pm 3:17am Ar. .. .Nashville.. .. .y."XiT." .8: a.m *2:25am

FOR SALE Registered Berkshire ... 111 1 1 Cayo Bonito Br ss., 2213 "WSdgery, 8:00pm25an 3:3 am Lv*.. .. ...Na vU1e.. "'." r. l a 2:05am '
hogs; best of breeding. Ask for .A.. S.R....'-....' u 138 'Coatzacoalcos to Gulf Transit Oo.loppersum : "I 8:15a.m.:: I Ar. .Evansvllfe.. .,J.v. SOQam:: 9:20pm.3:30pm.
catalogue. Carl Setterlind, Chipley, Grow. Atch...-...... '. S' 9a Dutch ss, 1276 Duit, Rotterdam 40am 2.1pm.( Ar.. ,\ ..St Louis.. ...-Lv. 8. ( ,
Savings A.B ; 1X 153 .
Fla. R.B.T. 87 85K to Pensacola' Lbr. Co. :5&pm1C 3:27am Lv., .. ..NasnwlLe; ...i'" .'. 8: am 2:15am:
10 farm. 10 in B.0 ./.. ll i 112% Dinnamere Ital ss. 2538, Penco, : am I 8:30am Ar.. .. ..Louisville ._. ..Lv. 2t5am 1:30pm'l
acres
SALE- acre
FOR of 45 44 Norfolk to Gulf Transit Co. :: m I2:01n'n: Ar.. .Cincinnati, .... ..Lv. 11:00pm: C100pm,
south
2iniies Chipley on E.
pecans; '. ... Runwick Br. ss, 1940, Arkley, Rio
C.! I W/t 60%
C. & St A. R. R.; also 120 acres, 20 1' And keeping..everlastingly"t'it brings' O.8. 42Vi 4% Janeiro to W; S. Keyser & Co.Argo Between Pensacola, Mobile and New Orleans.

acres improved 2% miles from town U.S., preferred........;.... 10i% 107 Br ss. 1970, Dove. Buenos 2&.3
J. B. Hogeboom, Aycock, Fla. 6&7 4&1 34.2 1&4 .5&.8'l
Address .
success. ..*.. 31 81 Ayres.
gmarlm L.& 1f.. ....... 1 U8j Ophelia, Nor ship 1127 Larrsen, :OOam 11:0 :65anliLT ..Pen&acoIa. ....ArTSooam'4:O pm-:30p10:45am
; I_ 11f you have not bank account now,. ....... 83i! 8:! Dunkirk. 2:55am : .. .MobHe _.Lv.fU:4-Oam: ,1l:59am 2:35pm6:00pm
P.H_.......;................; 9 D! 'Cleared.Jas. : 7:15aIIl 8:16pmAr.. New Orleans ... Lv. .8:16pml. . .... 9:25am
Legal Advertisements start one by all means and "keep everlastingly V.C.......... 49>j 49HC -W. Hawthorn Am sch, 616,
at itt then watch it grow.TWe n.P.C. 172 111% Hoffses Boston with 450,000 ft Ibr. Flomaton, Pensacola, River Junction and Jacksonville.

In Escambia County Circuit. Court N.Y.0 .144 143 John Paul Am sch, 382, Foss. Boston 21 I 5. I 1. .3' 'frains.do not stop a.t stations 2 I I 6.1 22anylDanylDaiIYIDanY
State of Florida. In Chancery. Charles four cent P.O...'..,,....,.......... 94 94H ;with 320,000 ft Ibr. t where no time Is shown \Dcl1rIIDalh'fDailyj'Dai1y
pay per Compounded R"D G. ... .. .... 13i}(
American Blower .f. ,1S" Sailed.Anna .
JT. Coston vs. in P ...:....'j'....'........ .r. 17T 175iR.I. ... .. : : : Lv.. ..,Flomaton.. .Ar. 12:4 : ): . .
semi-annualiy our .savings depart *tf + .
Company a corporation. On Monday,. ...........,.......:..1.....}.. 21 H ,. 2i' JL Ital hk,. Olcese 868, Buenos ... ..5:00 ,2 35 ,2: 5.. ... l' .. entury, .. ... .., ;12:40 : : .__"
lie 7th'day of May, A. D., 1S06, the ment; 8.E.................,'....":..... 40% 4') Ayres.' .... 5:07 2:41'3: 5.. .. ....Bu1f.Sprlngs! .. .. "12:33 1:15: 8:15.: ..
defendant, American Blower Company T.OL..J: : ;' ;;....'151 10i .. ... 6:1 '2:51'3.o.: ::! H" .tMcDavid.. .... : 1:051: 8:061. ..
a corporation is required .to appear Pena*....,. 141 141 VESSELS IK CRT. : .. .. 5:3 3:04 '3:36.. ..P1neBarren .. ...:'12:0S : 'l )5 ..
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to the bill suit against it herein. tFIRSTN U.P.......... .....1 154 st..mshl to ,.... 5:39' 3:13 *3:60.: .. u ....MoUno.. .. ...:. '11:59 12:43 7:41.: ....
This 'order- to be published once each Alpha, 'XJer' Str, 2693.Brlnk.HuU. ... : .. .. .,,: .. .. ....Quintette .. .. : : :S:) ...
week for four (4) 'eonsecutive weeks Ausley"&t'Co.'1 Dally Cotton Letter. order. : x Clarks, ..... '5:53: *3:2Gr 4:11.. ,.,. ...Cotta e Hill .. '11:44 *12:2S '1:34. ....
in The Pensacola Journal, a newspaper BA'NK.Of New York, April" Liverpool was .August Belmont, Br Transit ss, Co. .... *5:51 3:29"4:15. ... ,..Cantonment.. .. *11:40 12:26 : ....
published in -said Escambia Coun TIONAl unchanged and dull1' this morning 2967 Bremen to. Gulf Brit Str ... .. '0:013:34 '4:23.. .. .Gonzalez.. ... .. '11:35 '1 :211:26. ..
,
Larrinaga
ty. A. M; McMillan: Clerk Circuit pending the coming holidays and our Ascension De Manchester to Gulf ..... *6:03 '3:36 '4:25 .. ... .. ...Roberts... .. ... *11.:33; : *12:19 : ..
Court) 'By L. G. Aymard, D. C. Pen- markeb'pursued the same coorse. The Kramer, 2693,' .... '6:15 '2:45: '4:4-0.: .., ('a. ....Olive.. .. ... '11:22 *12:09 *7:15.: ..
sacola, FJa., April 2nd, 1906. : PENSACOLA FLA. weather map showed some wns'over Transit Co. Mitchell, 1459 Buenos .... '6:21'3:51'4(8: ... ..Brent.. .. .. .. *11:151'12:04 ..
3apr4t W.H. KHOWI.W Ifrea. W.K. HTER,Ja.,'V.-Pres. and Casliier.' the '.westehrbelt: and at this writing Dora., Br.'ss, .. .. 6:25.3: '4.: t ... ... .Goulding.. .. .. : : 1:09//. ...
1, W.BRBST and W. ROBERTS Asst.! Cashlen.Dn 11:45 a.. m., it raining: hard at Atlanta Ayre 2277 Gulf- ... 630 4:00 500; Ar... ...Pensacola .Lv. 11:0;)/ 11:55 .. .
In County Judge's Court,. Escambia CTOBS-B\. Brent, W. A. Blount W. H. Knowles, W. K. Hyer. Jr.,. and throughout most of Georgia Irydene; Brit ss Rogers, '
D. G. Brent. bunker coal. No. 21 :\0.23PM
Called for
County) Florida. By the County Judge which means a further delay to port.Kerriemoor, Brit ss Scorer 2109, : I I I M

of said County. Whereas John planting in that section. There was Venice. 5: O .... ... .7:00 LT... ....Pensa.co1a .,... T 10:50. .. .I..J 11:15
Pfeiffer has applied to' this Court for colder weather reported from the west Monsaldale, Brit. ss, 1783, .Davis, .5:20.: .. .... '1:13.. .. ....Bohemia.. ... .... .. . . .,.. .10:55
Letters of Administration cum 'testa- .' ,. which will likely causa a fall in tem Santos to H. Baars & Co. 5:22 .... .. 1''l: ... .. .Gull Point. .. >>at ", .. '1133 .. .. .. '10:53
mento annexo on the estate .of John peratures throughout Arkansas the ,, Senator Holleseen, Ger ss, Lange, 5:25. .. .... ...'.,.":' .. .... ..' ... ..Ynlestra.. .. .... .. .,.. .. .. . .10:50
Dunn late of said County of TQscambia. Territories and North Texas. In most 1232 Cardiff. 5:29.: .. .. ...:18... '.. .,..Escam'bla.. .. .... '10:28 .,. .. .. *10:47
These are therefore, tocite and No. 5603. sections of Texas th farm work has Spennymoor Br. ss, Nairn, 1722, 5W .... .... 7:25.. ..' '.. ...:Mulat.. .. .... .. 'lOt1 4' .... '10:36
admonish all and singular the kindred C.w.L MA I. President, JOHN PFEIFFER. Assistant Casalv. been more or less retarded already Kuelva. 5:45... ... ...... .. .. .. .Harp.. ... .. ... ..... .... .. '10:32
and creditors of said deceased to be M.E.CLAKK,VJta-Presliiat tad Cashier. J.W.ANDREWS.Assistant Cashiav and conditions in that stats are being Ships. 5:57.: ... ..;. --1:3: .; -...; -. .GaIt City.. .. ...... .... .. .. .... -:10:21:
and appear before this Court on or before watched closely ag Texas and Indian Orpiheus Aust ship, !lledanic Tries- 6:03.... ..... 739.: u ..,..,. .1\llltan. ... ..... 1095.... .. 10:14
the 8th day of May, A. .D.lS0G. Territory produce one-third of tee 6:35 ..... .. .. .,;,i. .. .. ... .Good Range ... ... ..... ... . 9:43
and file objections.- if'any they have THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK the cotton of America. The Indian I BarK* 7:03... ... 8:15: :. ... .. .. .Holts.. .. ......0/ ... .... .... :15
to the granting letters as aforesaid cotton crop this season which has Precursory Ital bk Schiaffino 1508 7:26... ... 8:30.. : u..Mtlllgan.. .... .. ... 9:12 .. .. ... 8:52
otherwise the same .will be granted OF FCNSACOLA, FLA. heretofore ""been of 'considerable' help Genoa to Rosasco Bros. 7:40.... ... 8:88 .. ... restview. .. .. 9:04 ... .... 8:38
as prayed. Witness my name as to the En'glish and continental spinners Scillin Ital bk, Zano 1220, South- 8:09.: ... .... 8:56.: .. '.' .Deer Land. ,. .. .. .... .... 8:03
County Judge of the County aforesaid DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. was short 500,000 tales of her hampton to Rosasco 'Bros.I 8:33.: .. .... 910.; to' ..Mossy Head.. .. ... 8:33. ... ..... '1:40
this 27th day of March, 1906. Henry STOCK $200,000. SURPLUS, $69,01)0.) usual production.It I Starthem, Br bk, Maltland 1272, 9:16... .... '9:35.. Funlak Springs.. ... 8:13.-... .. 6:57
Bellinger County Judge. .CAPITAL: has become quite plain to all but Antwerp. ':30 .... .oO. 944- .. .. .. Argyle .. ." .... 7:4 t .... ..... 6:4%
27maroaw6w. DIRECTORS. the more prejudiced observers that I 5choQners.I : 9:52.... .... 9:67 ... .. Ponce De on.. ... .. 7:29.... ..... 6:20
this advance of albout a cent a pound I Donna Christina, Am sch, McLeod ... .... 10.:10.. .. .pWestvil1e. .. .... 1:17._. .... 11:01}
.NOTICE. Henry U Covlngton, Frank Re Illy, F. E. Brawner, instead of being the work of manipulation 165, Cardenas. 10:121.. ... ... .10:15.w .. ....Caryvil1e.. .. ... ... 7:12. .. .... 5:52
Notice Is hereby given to creditors, J. M< Melffer, W. 8. Rosasco, C. W. Ltmar,.. and thus making the market Joseph W. Hawthorn .Am sch 516, 1045.... .. 10:30.: .. ....Bonlfay.. ... ....... 6:55.... ..... 524I
legatees distributees and all other Bryan DunwodYi T. F. McGourln J, R. Sounders.., hard to sustain when support has beenCOFfEE i Hoffses to J. A. Merritt & Co. 11:12. .. ... '10':47.. .. _....Chipley.. u... ... 6:37. _. ... 4:65:
persons having claims or demands A. M- Avery,'. W. ". Milton 0. C. Maura John"Paul, Am sch, 352, fbss, to J. I 11:29.: ... ... 10:58 ;. .p .. ..A'cock. ... .. .. 6:27._ .... {:8
against the estate of Wm. J. Hahn deceased W. Cawthon, Dr. W. J. Hannah, McKenzle Ocrtlng. I A. Merritt & Co. 11:43 .... .... I1 07... .. .,.Cottondale. ... ... 6:18 .. ._. 4U
to present the same within Alex f/lcG wln, C. M* Covlngton, M. E. Clark.' Thos. S. Dennison, Am sch Wade, 12:10.: .. .... .11:25.. t' .. ...Marianna.. n ... .. 6:00. ... ... 3:55:
two (2) years-to the undersigned at 1329 Baltimore to order. 12.4.: ... .. .11:45.. '.. .. ,..Cypress.. .. ..... 5:38. .. .... 3:1'i
Cottage Hill. Florida 'who has taken Accounts of.Banks, Individuals, Corporations and Firms Solicited. Union, Br'sch, '12, Tela, Honduras. i '12:55... ..... '112.. ..Grand Ridge.. .. .. 5:32... ._ 3:01:

out (' \ testamentary upon the estate Four per oent Interest Paid on-Time Deposits. 1:13.... ... *12:02.. .p. .. ...Sneads. .- .... .\. 5:21. .... .... : &
of the said deceased. Samantha 1:30 ... .. 12:15 .. .River Junction 5:1 .. ... 2:30
F. Hahn. Executrix. 6maroaw8VSHERIFF'S. withdrawn, is in'.the nature of a readJustment 10:50.: .. .j.... 7:40 M, .. .Jacksonville.. .. Lv 9:05... ... 4:00AI :
----- We are the PioneerCoffee of values and prices market are on is I I t PM I AY! I I

SALE. ................................ .............t Roasters of a narrow very and-stable.buying basis.orders The or selling Trains 21 and 22 and trains 2 and 3 carry through sleeping carPensacola bet ea
By virtue of tin execution issuedout E. W. MBNEFEE. CasMsr
,
J S. RUDSB-'PrasIdent., for few via River Junction Seaboard Air Line
West FlorIda.McHUGH'S orders affect prices unduly a and Jacksonville and ,
of the circuit court of Escambia K. M. GARY, Vice-president. I t
County, Floria'a wherein D. W points but the tendency in our opinion. Trains stop on signal.Pensacola '
McMillan is plaintiff and Herman THE PEOPlE'S'BANK' OF PEMSACOLA. .}s'upwards and declines can prove .' ..

Heinberg is defendant I* have levied DlrettOfa-L. J. R'-eves, J. i. Reese, W. DeC. Kessler. R. M. Gary, but temporary. : St I
been Andrews and
has very
BLENDS situation
upon and will sell lI.t outcry The spot
public A. D'Alemberte, T. A. Jennings, J. J. Hooten.TRANSACTS J .
to W. during the past week and LVWIS'/ILLE-TERRE/ HAUTE R-R-
the highest bidder for 'cash" tn A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. satisfactory 1
front of the county court house 'doorin TOUR,ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. any weakness that"comes will have tol Gulf Steamship Go.STEAME& .

"to.the day city of of May Pensacola, A. D.. 1906 Fla., on during the ......., ... ...............t.... .. .......O... have no equal.: A trial develop reluctant in futures sellers and as tha the farmers demand are, 151 TARPON

the legal hours of sale the following will convince the connoisseur brisk: The main feature is the disposition W. G. BARROW, Master.FiRsrCLAS .
described real estate to wit: the east of the south to sell the new, ? PASSENGER .AND
forty ((40)) feet of lots nineteen twenty L HILTO3T GREEN PstsroMTE. 'T.'B.v !:LLKS, VTOS-PEBSIDKT. that we crop months on all strong markets. I FREIGHT SERVICE
twenty-one and twenty-two, ((19 eo, .M.EUSHNFiJiC MANSFIELD MORENO,ABo.C mD i They .apparently feel certain that the -Betwwn-
21 & 22)) of block thirty-five (35)), National Bank make no extravagant acreage wlj}! be the largest on record PENSACOLA. MOBILE. APALACHK.
of the East King Tract of the city Citizens. claims. but we 'advise caution in this respect COLA CARRABELLE., MILLVILLE.ST. .ANDREWS
of Pensacola Escambia county, .of Pensacola Florida.DIKtClORS. as any period of unfavorable: weather St.
on Andrews
Florida said 'both the spinners And ail point Bay
fronting forty
property would likely cause bele'! and ApaUchlcota. .
I W) feet south on Gonzalez street Gea. W.Wright.
by a depth of one hundred and twen- GENERAL/ BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED freely Leave Feu sacola SuDda.T, 1:35. P-
** U20)) feet on Davis street The present high rate of money In Mobile, AIL
for
J. C, VAN PELT. J .. -; New York may encourage short sell- n.LeaTe Pensacola Tue da,. 8:30 p.
She 'lff."aploawU option but our advlcs Andrews Mlllylile:
Ing of the May m., for St ,; Apt-
is to 'get out' and keep out of the old lacaicola, Carrabelle and ..Intenuediaw
r i: Jno. Hassvy* and all kinds of Feed crop positions as they are certainly points.
NOTICE. R M.C.C' ...II-: CO. See',. StuffsPluto dangerous on either .side. Under ordinary For additional Information apply i
The annual meeting of the stock Wboleul and ReUU Dalet. ia 'circumsta ces an Increase Inacreags J. E. 8AUNDKRS, I

holders of Pensacola' & Perdido Anthracite /"S A I is a bear argument but it E. R. COBB: PmWenl
Domestic
Railroad Company will, be held at the Steam, f must not he forgotten that on three Gen. Frt and Pass. .AftPensacola. -
office of the company In Pensacola and Blacksmith VW JTU.. occasions >has ihe south grown over Fit.
Water
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rIa.. at 10 o'clock a, m, Wednesday Office--Nd 43 South Palafox street Telephone 93. : 11,000,000 bales and when we take
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ray 2nd 1906, for election of a board Yard corner Tarragona and Gonzalez stre ts. Phones 6 and 878iriiijniiffBfTgnH I, Into account the labor question Increased SAFES I SAFES 1 SAFES! SAFES '
w directors of other ..R. with the
and transaction SE3Si3EHBT j"l'" i "*"***rir'"'. expenses :connected THROUGH SERVICE
usines!!. As ratification of the acts :I :Wholesale and Retail* raising of the- plant the greater cost Buy Diebold Safes. i VIA
w the Board of Directors, providing of Hying, not to speak of the weather Scarritt Moreno, Agent. L.&K.E.&T.H.andC.&E.i.
wr an additional Issue of bonds Is one conditions during the critical period !
o the propositions to be voted on. It ; Order 'Your of the crop? history the speculative 2'NASHVILLE V tibued! Through TO Trains Dall2
Is Particularly desirable that the en ,'COAL and WOOD ..1 New Orleans Grocery Co. possibilities of next season's crop appear In the visible supply'-pl American of! I THROUGH SLEEPERSOAV-.cOACHES
ICE
tIre, share capital be represented, ,; unbounded. over 120.000 bare j i HEW ORLEANS TO CHICAGO!
either in person or by proxy. The from, tlaeConsumers' Last week's spinners takings were Under these conditions! to market !. DINING CARS ECW.NQ ALL MEALS EH ROUTE
transfer books will be closed April Ice and Fuel'Companr. Jas. McHugh 255,000 bales of American cotton and Is well able to sustain Itself and any I' O.B.ffiLUUN.O.P.A.. So L 10000S.b A&f.rv.qyur .
'lh and remain closed until May 7th; i Phone 258 no doubt they will be about the same depression will Hkelyfce only tem ,.."" IIA&HRIA. T J("
.. Tarragons
HENRY, MCLAUGHLIN I Offlc.- orner Ch&land Phone 105. Proprietor this week which! means a further loss porary.
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ik* : Well Fitting Clothes Give Saves Prevents Dealers'.Profits_ Adulteration.P&22SE_ :Happy Home




i : Personality to the .WearerDon't ODD fEllOW HAYIERWHISKEY- -- TRANSFERS N :To have a1 happy home you-iriiist'have Children,

as they are'great happy-home .makers. If a weak

Following ;a list of the deeds recorded woman, you: can be made strong -enough to bear

sink your individualty in an 'iUflttingand TO MET[ yesterday reported by the healthy children, with little pain: .or discomfort to

of Pensacola Abstract Cd: yourself-by taking
poorly-made garment questionable A FULL QUARTS S'2O Win. A. Blount to J. Wallace .Lamar -
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fabric when you can get 'Tf WE PAY EXPRESS CHARSESWe lots 11 to 15, block 121, .New

I Guaranteed An! -Woor SuitsThat Will Hold! Annual Session Pen will send yoi,.in a plain sealed fT City The$100 Maxant and Land other Co.consideratons.to D. F.: Boo- I : '

I case,with no marks to show contents of, l vich, S. 40 ft. of lots S, 9 and 10, in CARD
FOUR FULL BOTTLES
are cut and built by.the best shear and sacola Beginning. Monday HAYNER PRIVATE QUART STOCK RYE for the S% of block 57, Maxent Tract, OF,
$3.20, and $175. j ,
we will pay tte express
needle artists in the world, the product of April I th.XCURSIONS charges. Try it, have year doctor test ;- A. P. Hardee to Bagdad Manufacturing -

that famous tailoring firm it,test it any wzy you like. .If youdon't Co., lots 3, 4, 5; 6, 7, 8, 9 and
I and find best it all! right and the purest 10| block 35, Water Front, $1 and other Woman's Relief
whiskey
youever
8 Hart Schatfner & Marx : ON THE'BAY AND, tasted, ship ? tack tousat consid rat ons. t t
I First'National Bank of Pensacoto
our expense ar.d your S3.20 : ;
;
The choicest fabric and the FISH! DINNERS ARE SCHEDULED, will to promptly refunded. $to W. A. Blount, Jr., and L2e Daniell, It will ease away all your pain, reduce inflammation

Nsstfrfk newest. styles TOBE' GIVEN THE VI3JTING At our distillery one of -4 all of block 9 except 1 to 6. inclusive, cure l leucorrhea (whites),falling womb, ovar
are waiting you here: The predominating the largest and best all pf b'ock except 1 lot oa corner
ian trouble:disordered backache headache "
menses
color, Quaker gray, with the blue a close 'DE::GATES REBEKAHS TO equipped ta the world.we' lrnavATEsrot! ,';- of Railroad: and -Weary streets, and ,
: distill an average of 9,580 except lots 1 to 6, inclusive, and lots etc., and make childbirth natural and easy. Try it.
I'' F-* ? second. Fancy suitings also are having their TAKE A PROMINENT PART IN, gallons of PURE WHISKEY j 11 and 12 of said block Bluff Springs, tlr in $1.00 bottles.
a day. When 1\t -e-vIy g'tore
innings, all of which are well ,representedhere. buy HAYNER WHIS you. also an undivided % interest :In lots :
ENTERTAINING. KEYItgoesdirecttG Si 9 and 10, containing 9 .acres, $500
you WfaKsnmiso
Buy your Easter Suit here. from our. distillery,.Ums- vmsmu_ PAt(f H. Wolfe to A. G. /Stswart, lots 6,
WRITE US A LETTER "DUE TO CARDUI
assuring .you of perfect Z % 7. 8, 9 .and 10: block. 138, New City
w SUIT PRICES $6.00 TO $25.00BUYTODAYFOREASTER The joint committee of the local purity and saving yon the Tract, -$1 and other considerations.Louis freelyand frankly, telling us all your and nothing else, is my babygirl,now
dealers' big profits. HAY- to J. E. oeroan! Sof tr uble5.! 'We li iff send free advice (in two weeks old," writes" Mrs. J. P.
Boley
J= : Odd Fellows have arranged a program IWR; WHISKEY is"prescribed frac. block 110 Belmont Numbering, plain: seated envelope).* 'Address: LaWest, of Webster City, Iowa. "She
by doctors and
to entertain the members of dies' AdvisoryDept. : Chattanooga is a fine, healthy babe and we
areMedidne
used in hospitals aid by half a million sat East Kng: Tract, $100 and other consider
tu: a! the grand body during the session1 1 isfied customers. That's why YOU should tions. Chattanooga'Tenn.: both doing nicely."

i? THE JOHN here commencing Monday, April 16. tryit .WETTE OUE. -HIAEIST OmCS: U S.A. to Rchard! L. Campbell, W
WHITE! STORE On this occasion several hundred.Odd, I % of the NW# and NWVi of tie SW

Fallows: and their families from all: THE HAYNER DISTILLING CO. Vi Sec., 7 T. 1 R. 30 S. and W. 119.81 w _----- _.. -.--.----
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--11
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parts of of the state, will be in the ATLANTA, GA. DAYTON, 0. acres. _..... ..,,
_. _
Specialists Men's ,Wear. ST. LOUIS, MO, ST .PAUL, MINN.: J. W. Hyer to Cecilia Z. Marques, 1'W'i! fl'V" ': ->; =< =- i::rI
city and it is the c'esire a! the local Orders for Ariz..Cat CoL,Idaho,Mont.,Nev.,
w N.ilex ,Ore., Utah *ssh, or Wyo.. must be E. 32 ft. of lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, block 72
205-107 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET 1 dges to entertain them In such a on PAiD the, basis:SU of 4 VI ARTS! (or t4.uo by t\TH: .' PRE. West King Tract, $&1). I ALL MEN THINK ALL MEN MORTAL
or JUKTS for$16.:10 by: KBtluur ntfiio. ,
ntanner
that they will always. rerer
ciIi PHONE 252 DISTILLERY TBOT O. ESTABUSHED ISO. Robert M. Kittrell to Jos. McVoy &
witn plaasure to the visit to Pensa- :303 Capital 500000.00 Paid In Full. I Co., E% -cf the NE% of the NE&, BUT THEMSELVES
_-- cola. To this end the members of ths I -___ Sec.-8 and the 8 T.' 1'N. R. 31 W. -
committee requests the citizens in 1 $75.F.
general to assist them in 1- E. Brawner and J. T. .Harper to How about- you?. Do you expect to live always, or bow to the
4.J:3 Co't"tre1.1. REPORT Of THE ; extending.: Anna Levy, N 30 ft..or lot 34, block Inevitable like the balance of mankind? Since it is the unei
ha courtesies of Pensacola to the visi- ,
: that think it wise
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. Morris 4, Donelson Tract, $100 and other : peeled "usually happensdon't you to carry
Dannheisser considerations. I some insurance'.on your life? HOW about' a 20 payment or an

htf-:5;: ; -_ Pensacola_ ,._Fla.- -_ STATE, :. TREASURER ors.The grand encampment will convene (Formerly of Dannhelsser Bros.) i Mamie Bl! and husband C. J/Bell I endowment policy in the Equitable.! ,

T.'fi :Monday morning, April 16th. In the to Ellis Tucker lot 3, Vidal Tract
; Florida and Alabama Pure Old Rye and Bourbon, Fine l; "
. Insurance Gen'! Ats
afternoon the visitors will be given a Wines, Beer and Tobacco. Sec. 35 T. 1 S. R/30 W. 10 acres, $100 ,, l .wles Oros

11 LAND COMPANY SHOWING' BALANCES TO THE trolley ride over the electric car lines. and other considerations. Fire,. Life. \ Pensacola
Old Win H. Northup, trustee to C. A.
Hickory Whiskey My.Specialty
Manufacturers, of DIFFERENT FUNDS MARCH Grand Lodge Opening/ D'Alemberte, lots 17 and S& of lot 16, _-wlwuI----_ s- -.-._ 1
*T.* /' 12 W. Zarragossa Street block 83, N& of lot' & and all of lots

: LUMBER,and SAWED Dealers,CYPRESS in SHINGLES : 1131, 1906. Tuesday. .: ,morning at 9 o'clock the PENSCAOLA. -. -:: FLORIDA.Amusements 10), 12, 13, 14, 16, 17. 19 and 20, blk. .

r--I& AND KILN-DRIED SAP. Grand Lodge will begin its sessions 84, all of lots 13 and Nth of lot 14, +....+.+................. $ ,.......................

.. with an address of welcome_ by Mayor) block\ 86 aI, oflot 5'and Nth of lot 4, i PEN8AOOLA
;: .--- Tallahassee, Fla., April 9.The Bliss in behalf of the ,city, and Hon. ffl Hj, block 89 all of lots 23 and 2.1. block I
"" monthly report of Hon. W. V. Knott, W:' A. Blount on the 'part of the Odd West 90, all of lot 5, block 96, all in the : Iron Works and Supply Co. !
King Tract. Sec. 28. T. S. R 30
State Treasurer,, this day filed with Fellows. ,At 12 o'clock.the. grand W., $100 and other considerations ;t: Manufacturers and Repairers of MACHINERY AND BOILERS :
the governor, shows balances to the lodge legates will be given an. excursion -: FORCINGS.MUX.'AND: STEAMSHIP ,SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP

.rr credit of the several' state and educa-- on the bay and gulf with ,a... H % 7$* if-miHi .No pills is as pleasant and positivea'DeWitt's : REPAIRS A SPEC I A.LTY. Prompt attention given to all orders, +.
I tionalfunds in the :State Treasury at station .. "; L\ttle\ Early Risers. These day or,nifht i .Agent tiS for James! McKay Co.'s Celebrated Log and
:
fish dinner at the Life Saving-
1* the close.of business March 31, 1906, .. ......- Famous Little Pills are so, mild and t Timber.Dog's, alSo chain of all descriptions.: OMce phone 123. Residence :
1 ; as follows! returning to tha city at 5 p. m. ;Wyer"s effective that children, delicate ladle ,phone .1029.-' ,P 0. Box 123. PHIL WITTMAN, Mgr. .0

,b ;?: General Revenue" Fund...$144,252.69One band will furnish music during'the, and: weak people enjoy their cleansing ..... ,.. ..... .$t... ..
Mill School Fund .... 23,660.40 afternoon.. effect, while strong people say they '-
: Pension TEX Fund .. .... 81,528.52 -
the test: liver'pills! sold. Never
Wednesday will "be devoted entirelyto are
:* k'k State Board of Health Fund 35,783.53 .
I _t$ Principal
Interest "School Fund.. 539.17 evening the.Re-bekah degree will be
: Hire of State Convicts Fund Feilow'sHall :Screen'your-of lice; or:-house> with Burrowe's 18-mesh
47,760.22
fi : ) conferred at the new Odd ELIM ASS'N TO .
: Iiiai war''Cla.ims' Fund.. 25,000.00AgricultUaI'COIlege by the excellent degree team of .._ 'cy4 wire_ scre ns. They fit ny door or window. Made m

Experiment'Station Fund Fund.... 2,662.78 2,418.45 Naomi Rebekah Lodge. __ -- MEET AT WAWBEEK hard wood, soft:wood or metal. Sent on 30 days trial.

White College 'Morrill Fund 4188.11 Thursday the closing day of the session a ;* _4- (- / P. 0. Box-104-rPhorie, 1015. Best made.

4-i ColoredX3ollgeitorrill Fund 419..66 the grand lodge will'dedicate the .- .
1t % 4 Interest: of' Stenninary Fund 2,031.26 new Odd Fellow's! Hall, Grand,. Ias- % _ The Fifth Sunday meeting of the '
t Universtty Incidental .Fund. 625.79 Elim Association' will be held with
FloridaFemaly College In. ter A. C. Binkley presiding. The session gardis church, Wawbeek, Ala., on NEW METHOD LAUNDRY
sti cidental Fund ,.. .. .. .. 473.59 will close with a grand ball and April 28 and 29. The program will be
Proceeds-College..Property reception :Monday night at the new as follows: ,
i: :: -I: Fund .-. -.. : .. .. 3,3333.48 Odd Fellows Hall, presided over by L-Meeting-'called to order :by the PHONE'' 186. I E, W. LAWRENCE, Prop. No. 8 WEST ROMWST
Experiment "Station Incidental chairman at 9 a. m'. Prayer: and song
ct$ Fund ,. ',: .. .. 187.42 the Rebekahs. service.
*: Colored Normal School Interest Manifested. 2.What Is the duty of each mem-
Contingent Fund. .. .. .. 182.82 1 ber of the Elim Association to our FEED lyiEUEN'S CHICK PEED
Much interest is being manifested
University Florida
j(4 & pi Home' am! Foreign Missionary work?
dliaS&lS:'- / ) t Gainesvtfjle.Donation Fund 40,472.22 by the Odd Fellows over the coming Led by Rev. J. F. Fillingim. To 'newly hatched brood. Why fill their
Florida, HpJffiitaJ .tQr Insane session and especially the Rebekahs, 3.-How may one get into and out your
( I tdVI .Loss.Fund. .... .. '.., 129.70 who still remember with pleasure: .': I II of,a Baptist church? Led by Rev. J. little crops witji-meal or other soft feed that

: :: : .' : $423,419.31 last their: grand visit lodge to Gainesville session.SPRINGTJM. during the. I L.4.Bryars.-Tb. best method for raising soon packs and sours, causing many fatalities,

__ __ mission fund's.' Led 'by tf. H. Brown. :
rL I L1iI Counterfeiting the, Genuine. <-- when a mixture of 20 kinds of seeds and grains
---.1 ; 5.-POW to have a successful prayer
Foley& .Co... Chicago, ori'ginatud, .1 I meeting. Led by E. H. Adkinson. will furnish' alHhat nature requires to make
Honey: lIId.! 'fa.r.as a throat and lung -. 6.-Hearing; reports of missionaries '
I remedy'jind. on account of the great 4' and laying plans for future work. them thrive, .
1-f I merit an.d popularity of Foley's Honey What are the benefits of a Sunday
and Ta.r.mj.llytmitatfons are offered brings ailments especially when Telephone F. S. MELLEN No. 334
many Miss Pearl Winthroe! with Edsall. school to a church and community? '. S-CO.
for the genuine. These worthless the system is overloaded with 'Winter Led by Rev. A. M. Lowry.
?::4 Copyright 1906 initiations have similar sounding impurities. You suffer from Spring Winthrope Stock Co., at the Opera 8.Are church members responsible .

ll&iiflWl J; : B..XuenteIme.! !! ,&Co.,ChI.EASTER. names.- Beware: of. them., The. genuine Fever, Aching Bones, Headache, Sleep- House all! this week. .for open saloons; If so to what ex ;*.*.+....+.+ .++.+++++.+++++.......++......+.......:
FoleY.'sJIop.ey and 'Tar is In a yel- lessness and Impure Blood. To stir tent? Led by Rev. W. R. Countryman

: : low pa.cjcage.Ask} : for it and refuse up the liver, stimulate the digestive The Early A.tronon *. 9,-Sunday morning 9:30: a. m. Sun- :
any substitute It.is. the J>e remedy organs and overcome that tired feeling The early astronomers were all astrologers day school mass meeting. I Gas. ForGooking isInexpensive
for cough$.and.colds. W. 'k.-D'Alem. you'll find 10.-Sunday 11 a. m. missionary ser i i
and claimed to be able to predict -
berte. .d.itfjgist: .and ,apothecary. 'mon 'by Rev. J. F. Fillingim.Nature's .
Hosteller'sStomach the future careers'of various Individuals -
i
by "casting horoscopes" showing i
"" AN."EMP' 'S TASTE. .
---- ? the position of- the planets at the
-R .
-
Bitters
Ilite ;:::TTw It. Was tfa..Origin of a Common say. time of their birth. The position and Warning. I Because no fuel is wasted; no time is lost In firebuild-- i
.. lag Jn Austria. excellent Then it also cures Poor movements of the various celestial : Ingthe: moment you strike a match and light the gas. .

KSlW An anecdotewhich was current of Appetite, Flatulency, Dyspepsia, Indigestion bodies were not only supposed to control PEOPLE MUST REC. just .that moment you have a good cooking heat. It i iI Ia :
!! To all of our friends and pat. PENSACOLA
Ferdinand I, .of Austria.at one time Costiveness,. Female Ills or the destinies of men. but were also '
: In? rons we.extend an'Easter Qreett1 greatly'delighted bis subjects and gave Malaria, Fever and Ague. Try it. thought.to bring weal or woe, tempest OGNIZE AND HEED IT. Convenient and Always Ready. i

: ing: rise to One or sunshine, upon the earth itself. A '-
& a common saying. summer -
i
man born when the sun was in the constellation : We'll.be glad to talk to you about the range quesPensacola :- !
day h4 was bunting the Syrian gas
ff iff Easter is the time for sunshine E. L. REESE J. MENDEL *
of Scorpio was believed to be -mysteriously ,
mountains and was overtaken by 'a 1. Kidney 'Us 1 come quietly t. tio :
I and for flowers. violent thunderstorm.. Ie naturally bent toward excessive Indulgence ,
sought ref. 4 .
t It's the time when nature 'ige-ln a farmhouse whose occupants Reese & Mendel of the animal passions. One born But ,nature always warns you _
*
,. when the sun'was in Pisces li
ere Jus then at dinner, and his fancy was predestined through\ the urine. .
smiles and we all take a fresh was caught by'some smoking dumplings The Home Tailors, while to grovel or be a servant. Notice the kidney secretions. : Gas Company i i1"
life. one whose earthly career was
grip-on made of coarse flour. He tasted Sep! if the color is unhealthy .
It's the natural desire for man them; liked them and asked for more opened when the great luminary was If there are settlings and sediment, Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. :
and when' he got.tbyienna: to the hor in Aries would be a grentscholar and Passagestoo frequent, scanty pain. .
and boy to appear in new gar. ror of the'royal cooks he ordered the -c, Builders, : a man known to the world! despite al) fu!. .: ,', ..... ........................... ..............

1kq ments., on Easter Sunday. Bame'dumplings tQ be served up daily )pposlng influences. I It's time then': to use Doan's Kidney '
-
,
We're In full bloom of The courtiers were scandalized that Pills -' :
Spring
Trinidad's Apbalt Lake. I Td ward off Bright's disease or dia -
such a coarse dish 'should figure 011 CARPENTERS WANTED.
display. of Suits 'Hats,Neck- I the menu, and even his physicians remonstrated ota The famous asphalt: lake of Trinidad : betfs.Doan's, LLQT5.
q4 wear. Shoes, Furnishings and against the use of such looks like a great black swamp sm have done great work in Psn- 100 CARPENTERS' ANDHELPERS
food. Sounded with a fringe' of coco'anut sacola. I WANTED TO BUILD CATTLE PENS V >.
all sorts of springy things for The had always Keen the alms. A little railway runs across it, T. Torgensen. fisherman, living atj ON STEAMSHIP. APPLY AT ONCE 'EXPRE
emperor 108 South Florida Blanca St., says: ROOM 303 TH4E3EN BUILDING. REPAID
: Easter. men Men'sFine :;ld men stand in it working some oa I TO
most pliant of ,.but he now show
ri "I am enjoying bstter health than II rXPECT' TO BEGIN WO'R'K' WEDNESDAY -
: If ,you're not ready for Easter ed that be.had a .will of his own and asphalt firm enough to support them have had for months, and I attributeit i : : MORNING' AT BAYLEN
persisted in gratifying his new fancY. some on asphalt in which they keep
< to Doan's Ki3ney Pills. For more I STREET WHARF..
Sunday we can put you In the thatit jinking down an inch or two aminute. I
Finally' physicians pretended than two years had difficulty with F, M. WILLIAMS.
y- order in about thirty minutes, was dangerous to,.his health to be H some on asphalt so soft: It Is like quick my kidneys, causing me to get up Contr. ct r.. :
sand. The stuff looks like a cross between' times during 46QTST
living on 4umpUngi and insisted on his several the night and 1QTS
,
be
well
and you'll as dressed as
& givingjthem Up. The hitherto docile black mud and pitch. The lakeIs which was very annoying. I tried a (
-c 4t: ; any man 'in the Easter parade. sovereign stamped his foot and declared 110 acres in size, and its depth is tre. number'of remedies but seemed to get "' Meeting Tuesday. 9q4 4S.9
Clothes.New I There will be a meeting of the general r
and that he would never sign another mendous. The thick asphalt mixed: no relief. When saw Doan's Kidney
Fair satisfactory prices. committea'.of
official document 1f his diet were with water, moves a little and now Pills advertised I was feeling dull and relief the Knights
usual \ ani could hardly :of Pythias Tuesday evening at 7:30
as and then an old tree comes slowly miserable get around
denied hIm."Emperor. nj
I and up-to-date line :.oL Spring I went to Sidnev Kahn's drugstore "V-clock at "the Castle HalL A full attendance
I I am," he shouted "and and Summer Suitings: and Trouser from the depths. The men work with M No. 9 South Palafpx St. and secnrrd fs 'reques{ d. J :
-' dumplings 1' will bIT,!" ings.Suits pickaies.: digging;out the asphalt to. a box. After using the first one I R. H. VICK, President
To'prevent a'stoppage of the govern- from $17.50 to $50.00. lumps the lze of pumpkins. I felt a great deal better! in every way t

ment machinery opposition was with Trousers from $5.00 to $15.00 Perfume of Flowers.It and by the time I had finished the.seconj -I I CREW NOTICE.!
drawjtant: } his -majesty)' clung tena. Join our Gentlemen's Suit Clua ,1s claimed that 'the perfume of box I was cursd. My rest was Neither the Captain, Own
3fjH ANSON clously.to.his jlumplings. Then the imperial Costs only $1,50 per month for pres.. flowers dIsappears ''as soon as the not disturbed nights and the dull, miserable ,. ers nor Consignees of the
I \ii .p r$8p. fcfeainj proverbial! and ing :and small .repairs. 'starch in the petals is exhausted. and feeling vanished." a British steamship Cayo
IV3si thereafter when any .one insisted 'on Dyeing and Cleaning 'of men's ana For sale by all dealers. Price 50 Bonito will, be responsiblefor
CASH CLOTHIER women's Clothes it may, it is said, be restored by placing '
a specialty.Give Foster-Milburn Co., debts contracted
gratifying a silly'whim soroe.one was 'cents. Buffalo;; by jije
.
us a trial We will appreciateyour I the flowers in a solution of sugar, New York, sole agents for the United crew of said vescsl. CHAS.BLUM&CO
Corner Pililoi and MaiD.f" .sure to say: business. t'*? when the formation of starch and the W.. WIDGERY.
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States
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"Empnr: I am, and dumpings! I will emission of fragrxicdlkrill; be at 617 AND 519 WEST BAY ST.,
( "" REESE-MENDEL TAILORING ..CO, once Remember the name-Doan's-and Gulf Transit Co., -Captain.Consignee. t ,
j4i'I : I haTer, t l' .,' Pb.-._ *?*.. 11 ttI...P laf01C'"St, resumed. e take no other.. '--- .-- JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

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