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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 11, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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I HUNDREDS HAVE PERISHED PROPOSft1ON R U nr''MURDERERS, \ OF N. W. EPPES MAY REACH[ C VOTES[ j



WILL BE HANGED MAY 8



IN VICINITY OF VESUVIUS MINERS[ ISREJECTED Death Warrant for Larkin and Caldwell r- ON N RAILROAD O "Jn





Market in i the from City i of Naples I of cOI-1 DOWIB' Will MAKE LEGALPIGHTFQR [J[ T[ Signed. '\ ?' by Governor' Broward MIE n T[ HILL


lapsed Weight } POSSESSION ::
'Yesterday Afternoon. T

Volcanic Ashes. ,

RETAINS CHICAGO LAWYERS The Anthracite Operators Sybil Understanding is Possible
FIR..Of TO ENFORCE HIS CLAIMS- Special to The Journal. I wards were convicted at a special on

WIL.L' T Tallahassee Tla., April 10.- term of the Leon county circuit court
VJ&1T ZION CITY UNTlC PROCEEDINGS Counter Proposition at Meet t- Amendments
AGONIZING SCENES nor Broward this afternoon signed ver-1 in January of last year. The case at an Early

HAVE, BEEN INSTITUTED.By TAsk death warrants for Larkin and went to the supreme court and then
Yesterday, well, colored, to be hanged on May 8 I to the pardoning board. Date.
for the murder of Superintendent of Edwards 'was,executed last fall and

Clamored to Be Allowed Associated Press gain my prestige in Zion will be a Schools N. W. Eppes, of this county. on the scaffold confessed the crime -d J
R Relatives Chicago, April 10.John Alexander legal one. I do not think it wise for t that Coal 'Commission of The negroes are now confined in and swore that Larkin and Caldwellhad
Dowie late in the day retained the me at this time to proceed at once to the Jacksonville jail. nothing to do with it and knew DAY WAS NOTABLEa

to Go to Victims. law firm of Eddy, Haley and Wettento Zion, as I fear my enemies have seta i These negroes, with Isham EdGREENF.GAYNOR nothing about it.
assist him in his legal fight. trap and would do bodily injury to 1903 Be Reconvene! I 4 )

Attorney Wetten. said. after a long me. I will not state today 1
ACTIVITY OF BLAZING MOUNTAINIS talk with 'Eowie," that Dowie would 1 j just what these legal steps will be, be- Witte Forces ,Issue Between i I Very Few Senators Absent and
not visit Zion City either tonight or cause I am not certain of them, my- TO CONSIDER WHETHER CIRCUMSTANCES -
INCREASING-FLOW OF LAVA tomorrow, and probably, not before self. As soon as I have rested In my Galleries Were Crowded. ]
RECOMMENCED YESTERDAY some time Friday. He declared it apartment: I shall summon my: legal HAVE ARIS'EN'TO JUSTIFY Himself.and Minister Durnovo

had been definitely determined to inaugurate advisers and later I may give the MODIFICATION OF ITS
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AND MUCH APPREHENSION IS legal proceedings before Associated Press a full statement covering "

Dowie went to Zion City. my purpose and plans. I shall, AWARD OF THAT YEAR-MITCHELL By Associated Press iris rival, when In addition to the verdict {ANTJfcUSPENISION AMENDMENT '

FELT-HORRIBLE DEATH'S OF Attorney Wetten said he would however, not turn back from Zion! St. Petersburg April 10.-As showing of the people at the polls against (RELATIVE: TO RULINGS OF IN.,
commence action just as soon as he but as soon as I am armed 'with the :REFUSED TO COMMENT how strained are the relations! the government's repressive policy,i!
OTTAJANO.
VICTIM; AT had an opportunity to look throughthe proper weapons, which will be the UPON OPERATORS' ANSWER. tween Premier Witte and Interior MinIster the question of a big foreign loan TERSTATE COMMERCE COMMJS'l t tSION j a

papers in the case. and arrange necessary, legal documents: I shall .. Durnovo it is i pointed out that hangs in the balance, Count Witte -
the preliminaries. 'proceed there and take possession. the latter'has not attended a cabinet realizing fully that much of the confidence MAY BE ACCEPTED ANDi, :

fey Associated Press ,That will probably be some time to meeing for almost a month. Count in Russia's solvency among financiers COURT REVIEW AMENDMENT. :
Naples April 10.-When morning Dowie Is Confident.. morrow." By Associated Press. Witte hag cleverly seized the moment 1 I I aboard Is due to the fact
broke the outlook was promising for r__ Dowie was in a Jovial mood. In ex- New York, April 10.-(A counter to force the issue between. himself and_that he is at the helm. AGREED UPON. "j
amelioration of the conditions "conse Chicago Ill,, April 10.Upon,arriving Jcellent spirits and his health upon. proposition was made bY' the Anthracite I I
quent upon the activity of Mount Vesuvius at the hotel, Dowe! made the following reaching Chicago was better than at I operators at a' meeting today with I

The hopelessness of the popu- statement: any time during the trip from Mexico. -t the miners committee. The proposi-- By Associated Press, ,

lace, however, was short lived and the "The fight'that I will. make to re, tion rejects the arbitration plan offer- THE ACCIDENTAL l :Washington April 10.-For mere ,

neapolitians were plunged into a con. ed !by John Mitchell president,pf the than: four hours to-day Senator Bailey
Mine Workers and suggests insteadthe CASE ARGUMENTBy
dition bordering frenzy by the
upon Leld the undivided. attention of the ,
collapse! of the Mount Oliveto market, Czar Nicholas Should Have following: *$
Senate with a speech in reply to Senator ,
"The Anthracite coal commission of
nhcfc covered a plot of ground six .
hundred feet square, the structure falling 1903 be requested to reconvene and [ TH Spooner and Senator Knox. Just/
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upon two hundred or more persons Consulted With RooseveltBy consider whether circumstances have < Associated Press before his conclusion there was a f
arisen since; April 1 of that year, which Savannah April 10.-Judge: Adams,
many of whom were crushed and for the 'concluded standing and: an early vote on the
justify a modification of its award of government, argu- .

mangled Scenes beyond in the vicinity recognition.of the ruins Associated Press States by Russia, in not consulting I that date in respect only to (he. following ment tonight.in the Judge Greene Speer, and announced Gaynor case that railroad The day rate was bill.one of the most nota-< :

were agonizing relatives of, the vic- London, April 10.-Now. that the president Roosevelt regarding thJ subjects the : First wage'of-; second he would begin the charge tomorrow.So l LOCKEYWell bIe in the recent history of the S TI- .,
to adjustment complaints -
tims clamoring to be allowed to go toJtler date. It is pointed out that president'I as exhaustive is the ate. Very few senators were absent,
the attention ? charge prepared
United has drawn
States < conciliation boardor
through a and seat in the gallery held ,
dead or dying. Only firm inter- Roosevelt initiated the call for the that It 250 every was
iHUion on the part of,the police and of the European powers to the ob- conference, but courteously gave way otherwise. Any new,award to,. be covers typewritten pages.SUTTON with marked tenacity. Close attentionwas

rarbineers kept back the crowds. jection to the date set by Emperor to the Emperor; who called the first binding for three yearsP'The I given to the speaker throughoutfour
While early in the day the volcanic,Nicholas for the second peace confer- peace conference. Diplomats think joint conference adjourned a6ter WINS Known Tax Collector of hours, which was all the mora
activity of Mount Vesuvius appeared\ence at The Hague, diplomats her are the president ought to have been con- a half hour session to'meet Thurs-,. I ''marked. in view of the legal character'of

to have diminished, as night approach discussing the treatment of the United sulted about the date., day afternoon. Jackson Co. Struck as He Was the argument.. ;
ed the prospect o[ immediate! relief ... -----. .-- ''President Mitchell refused ,to comment AT BILLIARDS r Mr. Bailey,set out to establish the
faded and the fate of the villages and I T on, tbn.answer of, the operators, ,. the Track. (soundness of his contention that congress
towns grouped but said there,would foe*5-meetingor -- Crossing ', : has power to deny to Inferior .
around the 'volcano '
seemed more hopeless. Instead of SENATOR BLEASE TWO INSURANCE the miners scale committee tonight'toconsider 'United States courts the right to*'I>
.il' By Associated Press order f :the Interstate Commerce

pend an' x>
decreasing the fall of sand and ashes -. New York, April 10.-<3eo. Sutton Special to The Journal. Commission. Mr. Hale an-
emitted from the crater increased. WASCQUITTED BILLS _PASSEDBy who gained'n international reputation Marianna, April to.-The friends of nouncea' his 'willingness to accept the
Even with the sun shining high In the FRENCH: MINERS WILL 'as a billiard expert' defeated Albert County Tax Assessor J. B. hockey, anti-auL:;pension amendment and expressed -
Heavens the light was dim and yellow > MAINTAN'DEMANDS! G. Cutler, of Boston, in the af were surprised and hurt to learn of confidence that if Mr. Bailey <

in the midst of whch! the few By Associated Press. Associated Press. -- ternoon game of the world's championship I his death late yesterday afternoon.He would, on the other hand, agree to
people who remained in the stricken By Associated Press was at his home at Sneads twen-
Saluda S- C., April 10.-State Senator i tournament at 18.2 balk line bya a broad court review there would ba
towns their clothing hair and beards Eugene, S: Blease, charged with Albany, April ,10.-The Senate. today ,Lens, France, April 10.-The miners I score.,of fivehundred to two hundred ty miles east of here when the L. & comparatively little difficulty in reacniag .
covered with ashes moved about in .the murder of hla: brothsr-in-law Joe passed unanimously the two in;,congress decided to' maintain the:tfe- and twenty. Sutton gave a N. train No. 2, fast mail, passed. He, an agreement on the bill.
the awful stillness of desolation like Ben Coleman, last October was acquitted surance bills, one 'amending the gen- :nand of the miners for $1.58 ,per day. I fine exhibition 'of his skill. being on the opposite side of the In response, !Ir. Bailey said he did
ghosts. to-night after' a trial of one eral corporation law as to acquisition Many minor disorders occurred to- I flair.! from the depot tried not believe a review by the courts!
The flow of lava, which! had almost There was a dramatic scene I day. The miners of Loire have decided -! Municipal; Court. !to cross when within about ould be denied under the constUvton. _
ceased during the day. of real property by life insurance com. to Join the s rike. fifteen feet of the engine. Bouncing
night, .
recommenced when Blease gave _his testimony, with I Judge Laney had eighteen unfortunates -
early today and the fall of volcanic I tears in his' eyes, telling of his love panies and the other amending the before him in the municipal court back he lay across the track when a
ashes In the Vesuvian communes Is and friendship for Coleman their association penal code so as to prohibit giving Shonts Reaches Colon. [yesterday morning. Four were discharged -drummer Jerked him clear just as
enormous. It is feared the weight of for many years his exertionto rebates in the life insurance busines ;. Washington April 10. Dispatches: I and fourteen convicted with the train rolled by. Had it not been BROKEN BLADESBY
the ashes on roofs will cause the collapse secur Coleman a position and then Both bills have been passed by the received by the Panama Canal Com-,fines in the aggregate assesed to the for this ho would have been groundto

of many more buildings, both of the ruin of his home and the appalling assembly, and now goes to Governor. mission yesterday reported the arrivalof ''If tune: of $128 and.costs. Sentence in Mr.pieces. candidate for SHOVEL FULL
here and in the towns and villages weight of shame and dishonorthe Higgins. Mr. Shonts and arty at, Colon. two cases was suspended. Lackey was a
re-election to the office! of assessor
nearer the volcano; Information 'of his wife's infidelity
for the county like by all who knew
,brought him. He swooned as he left
w him in his immediate
and highly respected
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Five Hundred Perished. the stand and physicians attended him! community. I NAVAL ENGINEER SEES DANGER

Rome, April 10.-A despatch from white the 'arguments was out were only about being He leaves a wife and several children IN USE OF TURBINES FOR
The
heard. jury .
\apes! to the Tribuna, reports that to mourn his loss. II
one hour. ( BATTLESHIPS.
five hundred persons perished: in the Company ) 1st Florida Infantry ,
IG pMn Andrews commanding will
disaster ;
Between
Ottajano and t
San CHILDERSON ,
Giusseppe. THOS. J, ids meet Thursday night to turn in their

DIED THIS MORNING T stuff and to be measured for new Washington April 10.-"I: Bawl,

Died I Posr Re 1 ,,: .v1 ruaos uniforms which are badly needed. broken blades taken out of the tur
Horrible Deaths. Thomas J. Childerson, for a num- They will also receive In a short bines by the shovel full," said a naval -
Naples, April 10,-The scenes at Qt ber of years a resident of Warrinton. ;;- 10000 Sores short time all the new accoutermentsthat engineer in speaking of the per.
tajano when the first victims were died at the home of his son-in- NogK 3 are used by a soldier. They formance of the new motors of soma
brought in was most terrible. The law, F. R. Pou, shortly after 2 o'clock rang 7t 7 i HOMK Q'OA J should, be given new uotfits as soon of the ocean liners with which It is
Positions of the bodies showed that this: morning. Mr. Childerson had r mi06 as possible for one of the sergeantsof 'proposed to equip our new battle

the victims had died while in a state reached the age of 65 years and for \LM An p V t.1 the company swears that he has ships.
of great terror, the faces being convulsed the past year" had been aresident of i /; worn the same "Blue" for five years. "The engineers knew at the time
with fear. Three bodies were this city. He was a,member of War- j/ o Mrs. Jas. T Mathews who has taht the slender blades were being
found in a confessional' of one of the rington lodge, Knighjs of Honor and been visiting her cousins Mr. and torn off as the turbines spun aroundat
fallen churches. One body was that of the United Confederate veterans. Ys Mrs. L. Wiselogel, returned to her the rate of a thousand revolutions
of an old woman who was sitting with The funeral will take place from home in Atlanta Sunioay night aftera pfr minute but no repairs were pos

her right arm raised as though to the residence of F. I R. Pou, 217 East A dw very pleasant visit. Her many sible while the ship was under way
ward off the advancing danger. The Gregory street, at 4:30: o'clock this af- y0 'c friends here hope to see her again and it was only when the castings

second was that of a child about eight ternoon. Interment will be In St.John's V Tl; TxeG> soon. were removed in port that the extent .
is
years old. It C t2EA'L Rev. D. P. Slaughter of the Methodist of the damage was ascertain-
was found dead in a cemetery:
ERiCAn E'rt.It church being ill, Sunday night "
POsition which would Indicate TH 42 St'1 able.
that the .
child had fallen TRUS his congregation worshipped with The subject Is one of absorbing
with little close Baroness Busche. Better.
a dog
to it, and had died with raIsed 10.Baroness ElZICA1f FbSxCdl? ''Zr01gx, a; the Baptists and were treated to on*I interest to naval engineers, for not
one arm Washington April
best
of Mr. Collier's sermons. withstanding what has already been:
its across pet its face to protect itself and Busche wife of, the counsellor of the ; The Carter building Is ,completedas accomplished in the adaptation of
third! from the crumbling) ruin;:. The German embassy: Baron Busche, who il1iESE. far as laying the brick Is con- the steam turbine to merchant ships
duced'body, that of a woman was re- has been dangerously ill for more thana 1 corned and as soon as the roof Is on naval officers feel that the device
to
These an unrecognizable mass. week, recovering rapidly and her r > > l the carpenters will start to putting I Is still to some decree in the ex-
laid three victims were reverently i physicians say she Is now out of daner. on the finishing touches inside. This I rerimental stake. eo in the preparation :!
side by side 'hile procession Is still such however .ROLlO Q" will be taken on
of a .; Her condition I II a fine structure up of proposals} for the con
prayers friends and relatives offered up that she; will! not be able for SOMI.-r lMf: AA1LY O5\. h I ho, second and third floors mostly. I struction of the two battleships; already

Other beside them. some time to 'start on, the Europeantrip Or XKf; OR 1(ftltjA1,.- ,, p1A11.tlCA |by the regiment armory hall and authorized, the department ::
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bodies which! ,were found later which she and ,her husband were 'ti y by the Masonic hall. It will be light- has taken the precaution to place
the caused such an Impression among about to make) at the time sh'e' was 1'{S, I ed with electricity and heateg;? with the responsibility for the contractors

the already; frantic population that taken ill steam. by( inviting them tq submit plan) *
authorities did not deem it advisable Major: Deprey U. S:. A., and Adj for ships of a certain speed with
to permit any more bodies to be Want BetterWages. Gen. Foster F. S. T., were in the fthar' turbine or reciprocating en-
Idonufled for the present city last week and Inspected the local gjnes. Experiments have been going;
New Bedford, Mass.,- April 10.-At a
FortY'nine bOdies have already been of Textile, council last company. We wonder how the en which to far have shown that !
taken out ot one. of the churches at meeting the company passed as you can't get a the cause of the breakage is the vibration
Ottajano, night it was voted to recommend that Jiboo word out of those present. Must be that is set up in the slender
unions ask for an ad- ,
fifty different something wrong. blades by the high steam pressureand j
Broke vance of wages to cotton mills'of this (I y aeS One hundred new boxes arrived, excessive speea':' of rotation. ;
Crust
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X ew Yor k. Through city. The unions wjll be asked to LEttCI:: 1 last eek'-and were placed in posi--
April 10.-A. cable t0 ,a
mar amount desired.. There are P. M. Wise-
name the tion in the post office by
ladies ifPaer Boscotrecase from NaPles who says several $12,000' employed in the' local cloth l lJ logeL Half of them are rented now. ONE KILLED AND

unharmed when were' mills. and still the people want them. If
the
the eruptons: of Mount danger following Vesuvius '' TitkGQ ArD1itrF this keeps up Mr. Wiselogel will I TWO' INJURED
Great Railroad Planned. have one of the largest nests of
V031: Imminent subsequently Florida in .his office.
TMh : syndicate boxes in West
10. IA
Mexico April -
City,
to
walk on the cooling lava.brotl -
Th Tent of the Modern
The Local
Rent too far which includes B. F. YoakUm of the Associated Press
and the crust ifaccabas' held their regular meet- >!y
under Rock Island and Frisco systems, is
Swallowed their weight They were building f' railway ing last night any appointed a delegate Pittsburg, April 10.-A five storybulldin'g
the a
up before the hopeless on- planning attend the to 662 which; !
lOOkers. from Salina Cruz, ''which is the Pa- AM 21A1/A 11/h. to county camp at LIberty avenue,
Many sehool children were be held in Jacksonville. was being demolished today colape! <
thought of the Teluantepec railroad -
to have cific terminus
fled from their schools
heard distance
with a crash a long !
and to have along the west roast northwarJto T
'been lost in the -
Opened
m.ountalns Lake Navigation Twenty-five workmen, most
MJanzanillo. probable the new away.
are t.1 ,
fw safe They wandered about northward to J Duluth, :Minn., April 10.-Navigation ly foreigners an'd'negroes, were caught -
hours while the volcano rained red the line American will foe continued border, there to connect IN ABOUT A.'THOUSAND YEARS FROM: NOW SOME FELLQW WILL BE SHOWING' HIS. HOPEFUL opened at the head of the'lakes yes-', by falling falls, one being killed 'u4 '

WcIntluuoo on Page Three) with, the Rock )Island'systenu j SON -WHiT WE STOOD roB.z terdar.afternoon.. two others slightly iojurtf.

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4 > ?rSIt;:i) I- --Elll tail the uses' to wlieb the 'diierent Peterraan's. Roach Food. HOOK AND UDDER Whiskey and Beer Habit

All Run Down rooms were ,piit"How '
the 'JBo n to Housekeepers.As .
mahy Chtna Den were 1Z1, ;
,
;ll The Disappearance 1' the roaches go to the food,enticed by it at HAS ARRIVED '.
In[ the spring-that i is the condition of house the night of the disappearanCe night from their Breeding paceli. it prefectly ;. ;. ..PERMANENTLY CURED 1j'

I fcousanda whose systems have not I asked Slnjj Tunff: casually. eliminate. .*Urge' o.?email roacbw.! -- .
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; ,_ :II Of Miss .Griswold thrown off! the impurities accumulated son-and-be's"Onejttsj&i held.ye1f.-W1ng.rw1&at polios'fceadquar my. CHIEF BICKER WILL TEST THE ORRINEILABSOLUTELY

during the winter blood humors that

U a ,'::6w causing puppies slid other ters." NEW PIECE OF -APPARATUS SAFE, SURE AND HARMLESS.
he standing ,when ) issGriswold'disappearea"
"Where was : disease of the
:ii By GEORGE physicians proaonnce drunkenness a nervous system,creating a
nurt4i
losa of dull head
i I WALSH eruptions, appetite, ?" DURING WEEK Craving for a stimulant. Continued indulgence in whiskey,beer or wine eats away the
ii ETCELBERT
'* .-4* aches and weak, tired feelings. "He was upstalr*"in the back room. stomach lining and stupefies the digestive organs-thus destroying the digestion and

II The medicine,to_ ,take, according to He: came down ,when he beartL. the mining the health. No "will power" can heal the inflamed stomach membranes.

1-1 II c- MM, ky 04 Rkdtert V4* the testimony of thousands annually, is noise. He was I looking for his cloak." The new hook and ladder truck, the ORRINE permanently removes the craving for liquor by acting directly: on the
| It baa been sent for Mjeare to large insti. affected nerves,restoring stomach and digestive organs to normal conditions,improvis
"Did he find it! apparatusfor
:M $' 4VH *- Hood's ; tutions throughout the V. S.and abroad with latest pieceof fire fighting the appetite and restoring: the health....Can be given secretly if desired
2% :*K> was past midnight when'the'door SarsaparillaIn !'his'question "was; asked merely to bills not payable unless it did the work to their the. Pensacola Fire Department ar.

'A?? *&i 4 IT bell rang with insistent din roo* liquid or tablet form. 100 Doses$1.Capital keep the Chinaman talking while I entire BDBUGS-"peterman'sDiscoVery"satisfaction.4 .(quick1 rived yesterday. The truck. was pur Cure Effected'or Money Refunded.,

pv&t J Ing me from a reverie which bop. could study his face. chased from an Elmira, N. Y. firm.
i 1 silver cream) will kill bedbugs Chief Bicker stated last night that Ask your druggist! vlum ynt kmno what bethinks of ORRINE; he will indorse
u- cloak It was nowhere where it
the
4 dered close upon dreamland. \ "No; was gone. that go over fails
If ORRINE to
statements as truthful in respect. cure wa will refoai
lightly is also the of equipment will be our every
on
r is painted ; new piece
few moments later when the maid _en in the bouse. a preventative. It will not placed in service during the present you every; penny paid for it as cheerfully as we took it. *-,
g-A tered the in haste I alert. If the cloak harm furniture
study breathless I: was instantly rust or or
week. This afternoon he will try anew Ko, Sanitarium Treatment or Publicity
I.e bedding.
been .
.9 saw that sbe followed it had probably
was by another had disappeared
""Petennans Discovery" to the truck and loss of time
H' pair of horses No Absence from home or
*3 who,unable to restrain his eagerness, used to cover Miss Griswold in her liquid in flexible cam, with
later he will make test and sisters who afflicted
those with
& VH sides of ran in the weeK a Mothers wives ,you cannot rare are this moat
4| fffi had obtruded his presence without hurried and mysterious kidnaping. I 4 will spouts force; pressing it in track and of the' new truck by putting the men terrible of all diseases by your fervent prayers or eyes red with tears, nor by your

; :"waiting for formal announcement IdeaAN "Deecribe the cloak," I commanded kill bedbugs and eggs in under him through a drill, workingthe hope that they may stop drinking. It can be done only with ORRINE. You have

| : $ He was a medium sized man. well fa rather peremptory tones. tantly. ladder and hooks., The new apparatus the remedy-will you nseit? If yon desire to cure without the knowledge the patient

]f$ messed prosperous looking and wild EASTER "It was a beautiful cloak of'blue silk, Petennan's Ratmouse Food is ;at the fire station on Garden buy .ORRINE No. 1: if the patient desires to be cured of his own free will, buy

Kg eyed. Some great commotion attired embroidered with pweocka m gold. It street. ORRINE Ne. 8. Fall directions found in each package. Price $! per box.

; hIm so that hiS manner was Abrupt PHOTOGRAPH was a gift to me from a friend in All.' Correspondenco Confldentjal.--
)
and precipitous. pI 1 China. Jto each etoak was ever madein ALL JURORS EMPANELLED
For free book Treatise on Drunkenness and how to Cure it-write to
; t "Mr. }>urdue?" he exclaimed Interrogatively this country. My son valued it IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
Have a setting '. THE. ORRINE CO., INC.. WASHINGTON. D. C.. or call oWHITE'S >
:4k.; ; : approaching close to my highly .. '
;4f; eat "I'm Mr. GrIswolde7i'k1:4 Grts- for Easter. We "And be couldn't find it anywhere in "" ''' : _'. Th session: of the"circuit court was PHARMACY
of short duration'yesterday.. The'only
wold of Fifth avenue." will see that the house, nor the popce eithw : ,
,.. .. case set for trial, German-American 106 S. Palafox Street Pensacola Fla.
: 1 rose and motioned him to ft seat, you get full After a moment of silence L asked Lumber Company versus E. E. Saun- ,

,.I t1)j but he continued standing.; mesnlng, "Wher'q dp yon supp'OIeJb Rats and mice made wild by this noxious ders, wais continued until the 18th in. -
alarm will the buildinK
food others leave
"I'm in great trouble. and I've come money'swortb : cloak 1 1a now, Sing Tung and not return.Petennan's ;.they stant, due to the illness of one of the M Av.A .......,.,

to you for help. The police are help- For the first time his eyes' showed Ant Food,a strong food to kill I attorneys in the case.

less and hopeless. They're no better Cabinets u low change and an expression of .wrath or and also drive be destroyed away unto by it Large in one black night.beetles. may The special venire of six petit jurors SCREENS'I I Put them in before the FLIES and

1-.4 than amateurs." as I I fear entered his' immobile face. He Take no other. M time' may be even more C. J. Bell John Milford, C. Dar- MOSQUITOES get into your house. >

Pardon me," I interrupted sharply, was quiet for a ,inomea't and then important Originated than in money.1873. Perfected in 1905 by lington, Taylor Godwin, H. H. Bicker NOW.
We furnish them CHEAPER
"but If the case is 80 serious no time $1.93 the dozen Added: Win.Peterman Mfg. Chemist, ani' Gus Sodertind; was accepted and can
emotional r j, M,56.W West 13th: St.,New York City. sworn in a! jurors for the week. of BRICK hand.
be lost in weakness. ,.., now on
can 041 Supply
ii
Kodak "It was a magic cloak they say. My London Eng Mon trea .P.Q Court then adjourned until 10 o'clock
What is it want of roe?' Furnishing -- Sold by all druggists in Pensacola and
you son believed it but I'do not It was this morning. Phone 11. H. G. DeSILVA & CO.
** throughout the United Statts.
I want you to find my daughter- woven for one of our idols la C1 na. #V

ktt Helen Jriawold! You know her?" Kaufhnann 1. There Is a story that it shielded a pair NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION

4* j Tve heard of her," I responded. of lovers from the vengeance of.the authorities "Did you get the name of the yacht Department of the Interior Land

? c 1 "But I did not know that she was lost" : Ramona and and it"was stripped from the I asked, anxiously."No Office', at Gainesville, Ha., :Feb.: 19

",No, no; of' course not" the brokenhearted Palafoxthe idol by profane hands, but its spell and ,, but I heard one of 'em give the 1906. Notice is hereby givent that the NEW METHOD LAUNDRY

.-it banker and father continued. magic lasted. Once on the shoulders of order'to go up the East'river through following named settler has .fllel no-

4. ; : "We kept It from the papers. The police a lover, no bum could befall the wear Hell Gate," was the reply. tice of his'intention to make final: ,

4 advised It. But now-now"- er. It had the power of shie1d1ng'"Mid .-' With a fair description of the yacht proof In'suP'POrt of his.claim. PHONEI 186. E. W. LAWRENCE, Prop. No. 8 WEST flOJMNJIST

obtained from informer I,lost and that said will be mad be-
proof
.I '"- Jf'>c I handed him a glass of brandy and I my no
:i1 1 : ;. .waited for it to quiet and strengthen man to his story after a few mo- spiriting away, interrupted time 'to,chartering a tug and sailing: up fore Clerk Circuit Court at 'Pensa--

MA Us nerves. I warned him to be brief meats in which he sobbed again sarcastically, the sound in pursuit of the:elusive blue cola, Fla., on} May 28, 1906, viz: Kate Keep the Mosquito Out !

and:'coherent in his story so that I *'Sfae-she_my daughter disappear. The Chinaman'* face showed sudden silk cloak. "Wilson, widow' of David W. "Wilson,

l- thouldnotbemlsied. ed," he moaned, "right under our eyes. grief and sorrow. Toward night; I was considering the ad- deceased, of Roberta, Fla., Hbf Screen office or house with Burrowe's 18-mesh

She was spirited away. A noise out- 'ou do not believe, It" he added vUabflity' of returning to the city whenin 36546, for the NE % of NW % your

p "There is little enough to ten," he side had attracted our attention to the slowly, "and you distrust me." the moonlight we discovered a boat in of Section 36, Tp. I N., R. 31 W. He wire screens. They fit any door or window. Made in

T4.- paid finally.* "Two nights ago a party 'window. Helen:.was tired and remained "No," I interrupted, 'not you, Sing distress near one of the rocky islets which names. the following! witnessesto hard wood, soft wood or metal. Sent on 30 days trialP.
?t ff us visited Chinatown. It was a fool are sprinkled along the north shore of the his continuous residence -
seated'a few feet back of us. Whenwe Tung, but your sop. We must find the prove
expedition beaded by Bromley... He sound. The boat had evidently run too upon and cultivation of 0. Box 104-Phone 1015. Best made.
V turned she was gone We bunted magic cloak, aN then I think we'll find.
tf )aid he.,knew all the Joints and opium close to the rocky; islet, and it was strand. said land, viz: E. R. Bowman, of .
for her and'threatened the Chinamen Mis Griswold. _
1; .:- Hens 'and that. a night of -slumming I ed on it. In the darkness we could not Muscofcee, Fla., C. H. Jackson, of Roberts i -- -
but they knew nothing about her. They "Y sU; you find.the cloak Miss Grin make out the size or character of the
.j :, .would be amusing. Well, we went I Fla., T. F. Lewis, of Canton-
refused to tell anything. We got desperate wold will be feTufilt". craft, bat when we hailed it a voice responded -
I ment, Fla., R. E. Hinote, -of Cantonment -
; rt; down to Mott street and visited all of '
and while Bromley ran for the It was quite evident to me by this : ," W. G. Robinson, Register.
a.
1 the Chinese restaurants and 'We've
Joints,
< take off?
iel1QJ pan you us
police the rest of us searched the time that the- old Chinaman was not "
l1 theaters. It was a bore to 1X e, but the been shipwrecked' two days here.
it." house, tearing down the draperies and concerned In the Spiriting*away of Helen A small boat was rowed alongside of Winter Visitors Leave.

: ;young people enjoyed upsetting the pictures and Idols. But It GriswoW'Bit in his desire to shield the stranded craft, and when. in company Rev. Dr. and Mrs. (II.. '&. Mckee,

4A2 "How many were in the party? '1 was no use, Helen] had, been spirited his son I thoughthe would go to any with two of the tug's crew, I climbed Misses McKee, Nell Richards, Eunice

j asked mentally-jotting-down notes. fcway and- nd"I : lengths decfiti, }e. The story'of the aboard a light of joy entered my ey,.. Rogers and'C. M. Barnett, Tom Hurst

1. -"Only six of jus-my wife and danghter waited patiently and motioned for matte ckttk! ww'Infeaded merely as abtnd. and The on yacht either wU fide a near tiro the masted stern schooner the side and Arthur Hurst, enjoyed surf bathIng .
Valentine and
t Bromley and.Henry him to continue. were blackened and scarred.A I at the Hie saving station yester
)hIs sister Jennie. They were all eagertoseeecerythlngandtheydzaggedme young-roan'greeted-iis. He : day. Dr., McKee, Mrs. McKee and
"And the police were no more successful ,The following morning an advertisement was so 1# \t-.E_
," the banker added. in the ftalng-papen handsome-and strong looking'that I ye.sentedthethougbt Miss McKee and Mr. and Mrs. J. D. !r_
offering a
around until midnight The last we of implicating-him: in after the winter in
King
:4 spending
With some difficulty I calmed: : the reward for any who could information to kilaap of
one give any plot the.d&uihter Henry *r
ttt5 visited was a disreputable place kept Pensacola, will leave today tor Wayne,
man sufficiently to get a few furtherecessat'1 about: .blue silk cloak.with 3riswold. New York's most .prominent p4 .
by Sing Tung. It was a queer Joint banker and financier Neb., via Birmingham, Atlanta, Rome -
1r_ filled with strange Chinese idols and details from him and then peacocks worked in gold on it brought "We're mighty glad to see you,'* he and other points. lIL"

1 divided Into many compartments by dismissed him. me several re>>ll4l.! .After an hour's aaJ.d.'CW've been signaling for help for

eUk draperies and partitions. It must have been twenty minutes,. study of these f & d them down to two 'days 'now,' but nobody saw us. WeW4nttQ Only)fcalf the quantity of Blue Rib : '

pfe paper later when the "Chinese puzzle," as 1( one. This seemed'genuine and the oth ret back,to the shore tonight? bon Vanilla: required Absolutelypure. '
? Bromley said the owner was a wealthy "How have aboard!" : -
!
asked. .
many you '
facetiously bid-to( term it was slowly i iunfoldln ers '"fakes." Goes twice as far 3.5 .other
& -c; Chinaman and one of the highbinders walking across the deck of the yacht, -
whatever that means. lt elt 'that I was disturbed;! Down by the' water, front:on West "and what are their names?" kinds, -. 'A .
j by the maid's sudden appearance' Is it to take ''namesT" ha *
street an old waiarman assured me necessary 4'
"I didn't take much stock in bIs.tali '.
again. asked little anxiously. Gen Sickles () .
a Operated n -
that on the night of the disappearance
: oatU-until It happened. "A Chinaman,. 'rr wishes to see -"Shipwrecked people generally give their New York, April().- en. Daniel E:
& I. "What happenedr! 1:.asked to,recall you," she announced.A of'Miss Griswold he had.rowed a couple names." !Oi .s' i i"BuM ..sickles' has had'to submit to an'oper-
ouf to small schooner ia ca.se-if could
a yacht an this you keep
jf1 well fed ation on his for'foe'removal'of a "
-__ stout oriental appearetL.He chored in midstream 'and that'.one of the.matter.quJet"-
was dressed In bin native costume; :I suddenly interrupted his sentence and cataract and for several days has
: The Handy Doctorin Your I but a glance showed me that he was a them was'partly concealed by a cloakof strode away. The flash of something at 'been, confined to his Fifth, avenue ,
Vest Pocket the description'I :gave. It was Very the head of' the companionway startledme. both General Sickles was rePorted
I man of' wealth! and Influence
among dark, but the waterman saw the dazzla In the pale moonlight I was sure last night to :be resting comfortably,
his people, I: was stQl. further .surprised that I saw! gold peacocks on a. field of
the
of gold embroidered hi the"
:: when beaddr'sse< 'me la good peacocks. blue. operation laving beenentirely

: '4 a thin, round-cornered little English.: tbemoo2ght. "I am afraid that all depends upon what successful. .
sort of story you can give me" I re,
L ..... TIT'S Box- "I tome to TOC. Mr. "Purdue. to hdnme .piled slowly. Then, fearing trouble, I decided James A. Bailey Sick.
; : : When carried In your vest pocket lu a great trouble, be explained to adopt strenuous methods at once. New York, April 10.-James A. ,
t, r Health-Insurance. after a low bow. "I am a man of In- The crew of the disabled yacht stood back Bailey the Ii .
means amusement promoter. ;
p ; of the man, and they outnumbered us two
1uence'among my people and they respect -
It seriously ill at his home in Mount
contains Sit Candy Tablets of pleasant A WOMAN'S ORDEAL to one. EASTER
.
me. I have wealth and will reward -
S i; ; HaSte, almost as pleasant as Chocolate. "Tou need not give your name to me," Vernon. He is suffering from an ;
", you. I must clear my name of I Kiswered. approaching him, ''but'later acute attack of erysipelis induced by
*> Each tablet is a working dose of Cant all dishonor. The police, they not be- DREADS DOCTOR'S QUESTIONS you can give it at headquarters. For the overwork.

l carets which acts like Exercise on. tha lieve me, but I know you,will They present you are my prisoner."

,* ; UK *. Bowels and Liver. suspect me and they hound me. They Thousand*Write PtnkhamL7nn, The man started back. paled a. little .
Mase., and Receive Valuable Advice and then seeing that I held weapon in
j. ; i? ', It will not purge, sicken nor upset the follow me here and watch me all the Absolutely Confidential and Free my hand laugBed harshly. % PROGRESS MADE

-M: Ictomach. time I know not what to do, unle'ssyou "So you have trapped us! If it hadn't : is the season when everybody
; been for this confounded rock, we'd given : r
) 1 help; me, There can be o more terrible ordealto IN 50 YEARS
Because it is "Bile-driver like -4
not ,
a one the slip. Well, I suppose we '
"What is It they.suspect Jon ofT' I a delicate, sensitive, refined woman every discards the old winter shoes
r Ti:* i t) Salts, Sodium, Calomel Jalap, Senna, nor asked quietly "But:'first;'y Uname than to be obliged to answer certain may"Yes as; well it may give prove up. dangerous to offer ,

Fm; Aperient Waters. and address. questions In regard to her,private ills, resistance. But where la your prisonerIn ; 1' and blossoms out with some-

4r: v Neither is it like Castor Oil, Glycerine, "It Is Sing Thug and there la even when those questions are asked the cabin. Druggists W. H. White & Co. Say one

11r l i er other Oily Laxatives that simply lubricate place of business i am a merchant my by her family p \physician and manyAlnTCWilladstn "Prisoner; He started unfeigned,astonishment thing fresh and
of
"Miss Griswold. you me nt' the Most Noted Examples Is i In new.
} the Intestines: for transit of the food $stopped and, respectable. "Yes, Miss Griswold" I answered.

',.up in them at that particular time. I took the profferedeard with a little "Oh, she's there in the cabin, but I Medicine. We've always an unlimited
'
H ifrf didn't know she was a prisoner" 4
i T r Involuntary start. Wai It a coincidence '
-. **. ? Before a fair vision auddenlyappea.re
our eyee
or a well defined oriental plaa i1 4j-: galaxy of styles in choice
wearing over her head and ,
_
The chief cause of Constipation and< for the man who was suspected of ___ shoulders a blue silk cloak with golden "While electricity has supplanted .

'- ;}Indigestion is a weakness of the Muscles spiriting! away Helen Griswold in his peacocks scattered over It. She walked the pld- .sbioned tallow candle for

fi4S that contract the !Intestines and Bowels. own egtabliehmeit to seek straight toward us and inquired. "What "
: my professional S ; lifting1 purposes, almost turning ; -
Is the trouble, Lawrence? .4
I Cascarets: are practically to the Bowel assistance! within half an hour ; "They've caught us, Helen. This man night into day while it has opened up Spring Footwear

I Muscles' what a Massage and Cold Bath after the outraged. father had called % ; ___ r-.i.I kJ FlI bolds me a::prisoner and"' our great country by a network or
upon me? "For what?" was the Indignant inter
:are to the Athletic Muscles. II It electric railways, while all kinds ar

: :[ rhey stimulate the Bowel Muscles to "Beseateda moment I said, wish ruption.'"Far kidnaping," I replied," somewhat- machinery have been invented to do for Men Women and Children -

; contract expand, and squeeze the Diges- ing time to study-the situation. weakly.A the work of hosts of people, we have : ,
j With oriental calmness he related in 2 light silvery peal of laughter was my just as noted an example in the field We but
l<\ Juices out of food eaten. handle nothing
tiye substance the story of the mysterious answer. That some mistake had been of medicine," said a member of the. .
v\ Cascarets do this naturally, without made slowly dawned upon me, and I low. -
disappearance of Helen Oriswold above firm.
iitvrfS as ered 1 of
: my weapon. the best and the
; i purging or discomfort. told, to me twenty minutes before by "You can probably explain your pres. 'Fifty'>> years ago every one knew of patrons

b4 They don't help the Bowels and Uver in her father., The! only difference was in --- ence here. Alias Griswold." I said coldly."I the latest medicinal properties contaIned : ill-
this Shoe
1ir4 guch a way as to make them lean upon the mding. continue to suffer rather than submit look am open to conviction" but' matters in cod liver oil; physIcians Store never wear

similar assistance for the future. This was as follows "When the to examinations which; so many physicians "Did very papa mystifying.and mamma send you? On everywhere prescribed it, but thou- -

-This it why with Cascarets'the' dose noise-outside attracted their attentionI propose in order to inteUijreitly I see; you are a private detective. But sands C9lld'not take, it on account af .. fitting, unsightly or poorly-
treat the disease 'aad this Mt.b.e how In the did find ? Ithought the oil and grease which enveloped
walked to. the: window, too, and ; reason world you us
W be lessened each' tlmInstead
I may succeeding looked Out' Then I: heard why so many pb.ysktaaa fall to we had covered .our tracks, com the' curative, strengthening proper- made shoes.Everything.
ir; of increased, as it must be with &l1the.r some one cure female disease. pletely." ties -contained, and .in many cases .

-4 Cathartics and Laxatives. ask 'Where's Helen T I turned then This is also the'reasoQ why-thousands "Tou did-except for that cloak; that where they-could take it It would upset i .
& to look, The.beautiful girl was betrayed you." ,
gone. thousands ofT the stomach It could do
woman are corre so no
a a a upon
4 We'a1Ilooked for her, but she.was no- spending with'MrvPinkham,daughter use"ThU that Chinaman's to disguise cloak myself.! Oh I It had was to! good.. is Ready for Spring

Casearets act like exercise. where. They accused me of taking her in-law of Lydia E.'P 1khaEQ, at Lynn, spread out over one of those'funny idols : "Now all this is changed," continued -

1I If carried in your vest: pocket (or carried away and the .police threatened me. Mass. To her they can confide every when I walked out of the room and he. 'IScience ha .' shown us away ,. .-

p ? tn My Lady's Purse,) and eaten Just: when What can I do? I know nothing about detail of their iHne, and from her house. I thought was beautiful and to separate the curative medicinal : J, 'We've low shoes for everybody.
great knowledge, obtained from yearsof costly. I Intended to return it but thisaec1dent" : cut
tti you suspect you need one, you will never It. I come to you for help. elements which exist in the cod'sliver b.
experience ia treating female ills -
know sick day from the ordinary Ills of life. I felt that the man-was lying but 1 Mrs. Pinkham can advise sick\ women, "And your father and ..mother think from the'oU or useless part; and i ._ Cur Easter display of new styles is attracting

Wr Because these Ills begin in the Bowels, refrained from saying; so. By takinghis more wisely than the local physician. some horrible accident has" A serious given us Vinol. It contains every one deal' 'of attention '
case I might be able to get some expression appeared on her face. of, these medicinal elements, actually a great ,
Read howMfs.Pinkham helped Mrs.T.CWilladsen.ofManniijg'Ia. .
t and pave the way for all other diseases. "I know. They must be terribly worried taken from fresh ,cods' livers but it
light on,the subject She writes : Itycu $1.50 $6CO shoes,
:
9:1 '"Vest Pocket" box 10 cents. but 'We did not anticipate this. I without a drop of oil or grease tonauseate wear or
Dear
Half an hour, later Sing Tung guided Mra. Pinthami! bad a letter ready to post as soon as5.1 -
Be sure you'get the genuine, made only me to his home. The place was alreadyin "I can truly say that you have saved my .'-- and upset the stomach and matters not, you'll find the best for the
lire, and I cannot gratitude ia retard Us'work.. Vinol j contains no .
by the Sterling Remedy Company and never the express my "As we could get married interruptedmy '
hands of the police and the words.! Before I to here
wrote you telling you prisoner. si kenin' drugs, everything in It 1a money
aci IOld In bulk. Every tablet stamped"CCC." house how I felt, I hid doctored tor r1.
-- was practically guarded and over,two years "I am sorry that I have misunderstood," printed on every bottle.
watched OQ every eide. steady, and spent loti ot money& medicines I stammered in some hesitation, "but I -
be ides,'but it an failed te dome any good. I 'We have never sold in our store a -.
'
FREE TO OUR READERS It had been an ordinary dilapidatedbrick bad female trouble ane!woUld daily have faintIng may make amends. I promised your parents medicine equal to Vinol to give "
building constructed In the days spells backache,bearing-down pains and to return you to them dead or ailvtand and renewed I. .
of strength vitality to ,the -
It las b ea trraaged to mall free a mx"fcon hly periods were very Irregular andmiEy to arrest the perpetrator the deed. t BOSTON SHOE STORE
beautiful little FTcacb-dcsltnfd GOLD. when Dutchmen' dwelt in the neighborhood caas o:! I wrote to you for your ad. There Is no other course for roe: to aged build up the run-down, tired and I
PLATED trinket box, Aard-eaamelod in of Mott street as. the fashionable vice and received a letter full of thtrution2uatwhattodoindaiocommanoedLo .choose" debilitated, make the weak strong, Ii
? -A pretty colors a hurdaome critaneaf ":But have committed no crime, and i
section of New Yore but sfatinge! and : ; aka w cure chronic coughs, colds, and build
jnojt liberal offer made, and "
4'f4 ever we you cannot amst us. Miss Griswold replied '
want every reader to Aare one. Tea wondrous changes and transformations Lydia E. Pfal&up'a Vegetable Compoond, qp-.the convalescent \ Fashionable i
,, cent in stamps ia asked as a measureot and I have been retor&tQ perfect fc ltb. sharply. because we know well tie
lt so
had been made.. in the house during "No, but get ashore without Foot Fitters
can't
?W)3 good faith aad to cover coal of Caa- Had it not been for you I,would have been you .
Carets with which this dainty box Is successive! ages of occupation m my grave to-day.8 my assistance. 'If you will come with me,' medicinal power of this,new cod liver "
load04. I will will give time to find a minister oil that we freely to ,
.Sing Tang with evident innocence MountIusofproa1 establish the fact' you preparation offer .. r ..
8eszd today It sure to mention this and. then if you will go with ma,
that the"money every caSe'where
T.tt (l "rT and write your address plainly showed me all of the secret places ofthe 110'm de1nein theworHfeqnals my duty has been performed. I might in return .
"
Sterling Remedy Company house explaining In elaborate de Lydia E. Pi.n! lam's Vegetable Compound rnergency act as best man at themarriage. it, fails.!- give satisfaction W, H. .
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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY. MORNING, APRIL 11, 1906 PAGE THREE ,
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ta. tosl.Serls1BL.


'+ &&En WIT Goods of' Quality. c ** 1 T THE E INST1TTE ..0. n'I'I ::1' :



Y ; .i-- ,

UIN[ Is the kind --2'. I :::..-. -:

t ARIMYDESERIER GRATIFYING R .T ? -

d SuITABLe We Sell /



tj' S ASOflflSurrs Sor'd. [ [ T[ The guarnteed.purity of Promptness our goods la Is Succiss[ One ,;s S .


oun& attending to orders always r
"* shown. Let us save you mon-

MEn-- W. W. Woodward, Alias Einstein, ey on foods. Y. M. C. A. leaders Meet and,Exchange Dollar 0 i


1 a Printer t r, jn Prison$ at S nd'TriaIOrder. Ideas Concerning the I L


Ft arrancas._ Tp save a little on everythingthat Association Work rJ
1Yom. .
;goes on your tableandin
"Tilings Pass For What They some cases to secure bet- ) r I r 1 ,l

Seem, Not For What they ALLEGED:THAT HE }HAD SERVED ter goods-is a form of thrift IMPORTANT, ELOQUENT AND-IN. To get; rid of Indigestion,. s _
TIME FOR FORMER' : DESERTIONAND which appeals to a good many t aw' =
Few See Inside : STRUCTIVE ADDRESSES ARE DELIVERED Stomach -
Are. Sour
.RECEIVED" DISHONORABLE people who are after the cus- Dyspepsia, ,. t'
Many Take the Outside." tom of, all people wN are 20 BY PROMINENT 'OFFICIALS ..
DISCHARGE' AND AGAIN ENLISTED Belching of Gas Catarrh of
minded.CorlOttiAve.andl4thSt.. AND ''HEARD BY .APPRECIATIVE ,

DID UNDER ANOTHER. NAME- AUDIENCES'=STEREOP- the ..Sibmach'or any other M? ,yyS

Come here and your outside NOT REPORT.
\ TICAN EXHIBIT PROVES ENTER. -
appearance will be all ri'ghL disorder due to Indigestion. ; +, ai Y :

Suits to suit all; pants that W. W. Woodward, alias Einstein, TAINING EVENT. i eecN it

hold their shape are here. Geta was arrested yesterday by Deputy;; The New City '. M -
Sheriffs Frank Sanders and R. L. ..::;-
Easter Suit or a pair of Trousers. Nichelsen The meeting 'of the Young :'Men's
charged with being a de-
serter from the Eighth Artillery Band. Christian Association leaders ia.Pen: >

He was" taken to Fort Barrancas and Co. sacola, holding an Assocition Institute, .
placed in the custody of government Grocery has proven one of the'most successful
officials ,
affairs of the kind held In this city in
Woodward, or Einstein! ,is by tradea
printer, and up to Saturday night of many years.
s= last week, it Is stated that he was Several out of the city members' of '

I employed on the Pensacola News. His ,the organization assisted in the, work /
not a member tha typographicalunion PHONE 223 which will undoubtedly prove of great ta
and has not been for tim&
some benefit to the local associaton.!
Officers of the Pensacola union state DYSPEPSIA CURE
.-- -' that hiscard was taken away from The opening session of __ the Institute .
him for; alleged violation of the taws was' upon "The Scope and Objectof

WEDDING PRESENTS of the union! MANY PERISH I S SN Committees," and was attended by
CutGlass and Sterling Silverware It is ..that
alleged Wodward, or the members of the various! Association Digests What You Eat GUARANTEE COUPON
W A. Gahlenbeck, 218 S, Palafox St. Einstein: : en1istBd'ln the governmpnt
service not man years ago It is Committees Fred S. Goodman, J If, after using two-thirds of the contents of a dollar
stated that he is a musician! and that International Secretary .from -New bottle of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure you are not satisfied with s
TURTON d. BELL. he enlisted as such, being detailed N NEAR[ MOUNTYESUVIUS York .led the discussion., He jstate-c i; I have been a'dyspeptic all my life, have tried all kinds of it or can honestly say that it has not benefited you take
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1370.' with a band attached toa post in the that, the Dyspepsia remedies, but continued to get worse. Could eat the bottle back to the dealer from whom you bought it I
of tha
Kodak Supplies., Finishing for Amateurs.R. west. It is alleged that he 'deserted, success PensacoJa 'A; but little and suffered greatly. I wag reduced in weight and and we will refund your money. All we ask is that you
was .captured and tried, receiving a Eociation depended upon the faithful run down to nothing in strength. After using a few bottles of be honest with us. Sign this guarantee coupon,and leave .
sentence of one year, which' he served .work of the committees, that the;"stops Kodol! Dyspepsia Cure I began to improve and am now fully it with your dealer,who must mail it to us with the outside
K. WHITE, restored in weight, health: and strength. I am now able to do wrapper from around the bottle.
of
and was then handed a dishonorable Association Commitees_, wad| as
Watchmaker,.Manufacturing Jeweler, and Graduate discharge from the service of Uncle broad as the city and included duties my own work and can MRS.eat, MARY whatever S.I CRICK like. ,White Plains, Ky. N a.e..............................................................
S. Palafox Street Pensacola Fla.
30
Optician.
.. Sam.Nothing more'was heard of the man to the entire municipality; .as well as This is only one of AdittM...................................................... iTO
(''Continued from First Page) foth.3 association. The objects'of the
until recently, according to information oli.r bottle holdiSK many such testipeoand a'the L.b-
Told Imparted by the officers who :arrested committee, Mr. Goodman :stated;, are times u mack u the menials on file incurcfflca. ora oryofEC.DsWitrtaJ. s o a -
Tersely hot stones and sand, but they marvel- \ .or 10 cent sire '*Co.Chlcaao.II.B./
him. ously escaped unhurt. several; first to get the work done, as

Mr. and Mrs. John McVoy are the Changed'Name. the executive' forces of any associationis ALL DEALERS The $1.00 size Kodol l Dyspepsia Cure is guaranteed only to
It is said that the.idea of again becoming Many Heroic Rescues. too small to do all the necessary
proud parents at their of a home little on son who Sunday.arrived a member of some government Naples, April fO.4fany) tales are work; to guarantee breadth" or-views" purchasers who present our printed.coupon properly lled out at time of sale with name'and

Mother and child are doing nicely band, entered the head, of timan told of heroic rescues on the part of and full .representation of all interests address We :will, protect dealers only upon presentation of this coupon. E C. DeWitt & Co,
now in prison at Fort Barrancas. The the soldiers sent to the assistance of ; to divide responsibility,. and for
Officer Chas. Neel, who his "brother name Woodward, according to all the sufferers from the volcanic disas- the personal benefit of the;,iniatyiduals Chicago, U S, A,

officers have mentioned as a possible l statements and .allegations: especially ter at Ottajano and elsewhere. One. serving on. commitees. .
candidate for the legislature, declinesto the initials "W. W." did not appear man rode his horse through the ashes After this session luncheon
make the race upon the ground that, suitable, so: It is- alleged, that,the reaching up ,to its flanks at Ottajano, served. '" j ttW&WMWI 'f $ ".
he would! be; satisfied with, nothing prisoner decided to try' m .thiJlgnew; calling out,'Who wants help?" "Who The second! : session ,wash! i DIAMONDS WATCHES JEWELRY |
OLIVE ,
less than a United. States senatorshlp.. in name: and selected Einstein" .as,the wants help?" He was :rewarded by Relation cf A'GCa.tlon.bers.! di: I ,
"
Through the courtesy the Baptist. most appropriate., heaping a woman's voice reply In the lives of Men.a.dMs; ; Y.C., I CLOCKS. PRECIOUS STONES, BRONZSE 1
Under the name of Einstein', if is Gates, Internatlonai<,Seget;3ry..of ;/ -
church at Milligan, Doctor Kegel,the weak tones and"springing from his I STERLING SILVERWARE |
: 'said that Wocu'ward:' ,or whatever, his lanta. Mr. Gates made&.a strd.ng ,
horse the soldier called comrade to
evangelist and hrs party, will occupythe a
name may be, again enlisted: aihu- dress showing that every city needs aa
'Baptist church for a series of two,I slcian in the service of Uncle Sam his assistance and floundered among' association which has for: its "object :Special to'The JournaL | ART POTTERY, OPTICAL GOODS, 5
reeks the meeting at Milligan cont ,enlistment occurred in "the west the ashes until he arrived'at the ruin the developing of manhood*, 'and.-that 1
The; ? 'Olive, Fla., April 101;::-We- are having CUT GLASSWARE.
ed walls of house from 'which the
13. a
ciencing Friday, April Men's Christaia
and the new musician" was detailedto the.Young Association 'some nice"weather new and everyone r ;
This Is really harvest week for. : join the: Eighth, Artillery Band, voice' seemed to come. As he made I Is.-such an..;association;ld that ,eac is "beginning !'to' use-ica; lib place ____ ;
every merchant in Pensacola and they which fa stationed at.Fort Barrancas. his way towards the building, the'soldier member of this organization ai pf"coal --:"'- ., .
should strengthen their advertisingwhile The man" under arrest, charged with shouted words of encouragementand obligation tti make his'life count, everyday Miss Maggie Owsley is anticipatinga Engraving and Fine' Stationery.
climbing over a heap of'ruins and in this dirsction. *
looking around for being such a deserter has been alleged -
people evening.
are visit to Pensacola this
new things to wear. This' will keep ,,never ,did Join-the 'band, but instead braving a toppling wall, he entered The stereoptican lecture on "Asso Mr. Louis Boley made a business -
home lot*of business which has 'went to work) at his trade'on ihc i the building and in the cellar found ciations. What is done in'th m" wasa
a News\ : in this city.Looking the bodies of three children. Near comprehensive view of the -' ,()ung trip-to Pensacola today. Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention
been feeing out of town every year. them Tte.L. & N. fence crew, who have,
Woodward.. was a woman barely alive, who Men .Christian Association. as it
for
Chas. P. Steward of the circulation by almost efforts varlofli been here for a few- days, will move
In Typographical Journal, the superhuman lastingfor meets the needs 'of- classes. of -
department of The Journal, leaves this official of the Typographicalunion hours, had succeeded in freeing men in every land. to Pensacola in a day'or two. rn
morning for an extended trip'through 1s organ'an '"8/ asking for Information : : herself from a mass of debris which It wa a remarkably strong and The Boley and mill Rutherford Is LumberCompany's E. Q. Zadek Jewelry Co. i
West Florida and southern Alabama.He of "W. W Woodward" signed hadfallen upon her. The soldiers vivid argument for' the value of'the saw running now. !
will first visit points along the Howard N. Ward, Foss Okla.. Wood- picked the woman up in his arms'andcarried Y. M. C.. A. ama! its adaptability. Our school is'progressing nicely under MOBILE, ALA SE

Yellow River R. R. 'between' Crest-, wardU name has been stricken!! from her to a place of safety,whereit ''All sessions were well attended. The the leadership. of- Miss Maggie -fil..5t ;H iN!* f;
view and Florala. the union roll. was found that both her legs were following was yesterday's program: Owsley.
I 'broken and that she had been badly 530p.: m.-For Directors and 'Trustees 'We would like very much to have a
hurst Mobile, former Register city: engineer Mr. J.,N.who Hazle-has GET A PANAMA, $5.00, $7.50'AND crushed about the body. It is believed : "The Opportunities of a Direc ticket office at this place. It would cio S

been confined to his room for several $10.00 AT STANDARD CLOTHING she "will live, although she endured tor." W. Woods White, Chairman' seem as though the L. & N. Co. would A good 8 dayParlorC1 ..$5.00
I further suffering for after Georgia State Committee. furnish us with one. with alarm
time
weeks with a severe attack of pneu- COMPANY. some A good 8-day Parlor Clock, $3.00
mona! was removed to Providence her rescue, owing to the difficulty-- 6:30: p. m. -<(Luncheon. Our postoffice is soon to have a mail L. 8-day Mission Clocks, $2.75 .. ... .II ...$5.00
from the postoffice tothe
7:30 m.-For active members "A carrier
:
in p. .
perienced
finding a to at- reasonable
been Arrow. Shield surgeon Repairing at prices.J.
Infirmary yesterday, it having her. i Modem Bible Study Department and & N. R, R., .as bids, are out now fora
determined'by his physicians that an The otter day I saw.a,little, modem tend :How to Conduct It." F. S. Goodman. carrier. F. DAVIS, JEWELER, at Coe's Book Store.
operation would be necessary to se- book, in a green cover, on a table in International 'Secretary. Rev. E. C. Clayton filled' his ap -

cure his restoration to health.In drawing recto. I picked It up. It WHY 8:15p. m.-Open Discussion.GET pointment at the Olive Baptist church L C. SMITH &
olden times, before the 'days of was about the early.French in Canada, have a torpid liver when Herbine,the Saturday.night last and also Sunday BROS.
the Help Wanted ads.. a sage wrote:: and my eye tell on a copy 'of a draw- only liver regulator will help you? A PANAMA, $5.00, $7.50 AND and Sunday night He preached to VISIBLE TYPEWRITERS
"God sends us meat but the devil: Ing by their leader, Champlln Cham- There is no reason why you should $10.00 AT' STANDARD CLOT-HING a very large and interested congregation

sends,,us i cooks." But the want ads. plain. The scene represented' was an suffer from Dyspepsia, Constipation COMPANY.. and was called for-pastor for the Machines Sold rented or exchangedSee
,
have compelled his Satanic majesty! attack by the xttive allies of the Chills and Fever or any liver com- following year. His appointmentsare writeL.
to abandon the employment agency French the Algonqulns, on a fort held plaints, when Herbine will cure you. !Saturday nght; before every sec or
ad of his business, both in the mat by Iroquois. The Algonqulns advanced F. C. Waite Westville Fla., writes: Eating by Low, ond !Sunday and also the Sunday following -
"I "While In Berlin one hot day," saida : -is cordially invited s. BROWN, Pensacola, Fla.
ter of cooks and in that of "finding through showers of arrows 'under was sick for a month with chills 'Every one .
work for idle hands to do." shields nearly as tall as themselves, and fever, and after taking two "bottles traveler, "I stepped into a combination to attend the services. .
of Herbine am well and healthy." beer garden and restaurant and Rev. Kierce of the West Hill church
like doors with rounded tops. Now, Sold by all druggists.A ordered a glass of beer and some fruit. attended preaching here Sunday last. CHICK FEED I
Sir Attention! IVIEILEN'S
Knights, you may see exactly the same sort of The waiter shook his head. Miss Lizzie Merritt and-Miss Har- FEED
44 Coeur De Lion Com- shields In picture of a lion hunt,-.in- RATHER REMARKABLE "'You won't get fruit and beer together ritt Beal left -Sunday evening for

d ; mandery No.1, laid in gold and silver, on the bronze EASTER WINDOW ''DISPLAY 16 Berlin, herr,' he said. Goulding,'where they will-spend some To your newly hatched brood. Why fill theirlittle
Knights Templar will blade of a dagger found by Dr. Scblie- "'Why not?' said I. time with friends. with meal or other soft feed that
attend Easter ser mann in "the grave of Agamemnon." ,From the remarks of; a gentlemanin "'It is against the law," the waiter Mrs. R.-Sarith and children were crops

M.vices at Gadsden St.:, These monstrous Mycenaean shields one of the busy Palafox street replied. 'There is a law here In Ger- the guests of. Mrs. D. M. Merritt Sun- soon packs and sours, causing many. fatalities,
R church
\ Sunday cause much discussion'Itmong the learn- stores yesterday there will soon be that one is to'be served beer day last.
no and
morning, :April 15th. ed. Why were they so huge? The Algonquins -, something doing in the divorce line. and many fruit together. If a restaurateur Misses FlaY and Leo Williams were when a mixture of 20 kinds of seeds grains
at eleven o'clock. All the shields The remarks were Qverheard In JackHooton's the guests of;:Miss Annie ::Wilson Sun- that to make
Sir Knights are requested used very same breaks this law he loses his license.; .It will furnish all nature requires
last. ,
bung from their necks, and the reason pharmacy, where a pretty day
is good law, the waiter added. 'It is
igy to meet at brown legged hen had just presentedher a ilpss! Lizzie Merritt was the guestof them thrive.Telephone .
the unl-tbeir battles were! bat
Wag s
based on good sound sense. Beer and
rrour Asylum at 9:30
meek looking and Miss Anna Creighton Sunday evening -,
somewhat
*. m. sharp. tles of arcLers, and nobody can parry sur- fruit don't mix. They are bad for the
lastMrs. No. 334
with fifteen MEllEN 6 CO.
prised spouse downy lit F. S.
HARRY W. GIBBS.' E. C. I a shower of arrows with 'a smaller tie ducklings. The whole outfit is exhibited stomach. Sometimes they cause death.1 Alice Creighton, Mr. and, Mrs., .
W. HENRY !NEEDKA1M Rec. shield.- Shields grew small in Greeceas in one of Jack's big show windows "Since that time," the tourist ended, Marvin Merritt and little daughter, :

bow and arrow went out and sword and is the most unique Easter "I have never mixed beer and fruit Eunice, and Miss Mozell Harper,, were ......,.... .. + 4$414 4 H
Next time try Blue Ribbon Lemonor and spear came la.-London... Illustrated display to be seen on Palafox street. It Is a strange Idea, Isn't It, to have the guests of Mrs. Helen Jones Sunday -
anilla. Satisfaction guaranteedor News. A sign In the window explains the food laws like that? Suppose congress last. .
your money back. cause of the whole trouble. I should pass a law forbidding the eat- Miss Harritt Beal was the guest of ; ;;; g l '
I, ing at the same meal of ice cream and her cousin, Miss Besse: Johnson, Sun- ReirigeratorsMatting t
lobster or mince pie and plum pudding. day ntght last. : ,
f"'p"''e'n m nw+r+enornar+aW ,iron iiF rc, +rrwnwrnray veE What a howl would go up eh?"-New We are having some beautiful moon


lit E: +wrauwunw.'I. York Press.Sponge Fishing. light Consul nights. Rosewadowskl Dead.' I', I Mosquito Bars. i

is Musical
I of
to People Appreciation i The Greeks are considered the prin. wadowskl Chicago,, Ill.Italian, April consul.10.-Claude general Rose-in e

cipal sponge fishers, and it takes much
** C=l I Chicago, for twelve years. ,, died ,today. We've got them all. The time of year is now at hand when you
t"' that our Pianos appeal. They possess that tone qualitythat gives that i SiI i i experience ify a man ,for skill a first and class hardihood place to among qual of angina,pectoris. i(Z need them all. ;

: perfect blending with the human voice.. The greatest care should be hW' sponge divers. Many of the most valuable i: Our Refrigerators are food preservers and soon save their cost :
Do allow to found at a depth iI. in their economical use of ice $6.50 to 2250. .
exercised piano buying. not anyone persuade you to Iii specimens are I ,
: hundred rolls China and Japan Matting; elegant designs", :
fath-
varying from ten to thirty-five, Two
buy a cheap poor instrument is not desirable at any price. j ASK WIFE Ito 35 cents yard laid free. .
9 oms. To aid in the descent the divers 20, 25, 30 and a

hanoii ; m make use of a triangular stone with a 1 save the miniature book, ;;: Our Mosquito Bars keep out the pesky "skeeters" so you can :

r Every Piano is a Bargain ** hole In one corner, through which a I : sleep at night In peace and comfort '
rope Is spliced. On reaching the deep lIThe Road.to Window Shades are our "long Suit We make them any size you :

p sea gardens, where the rock ledges are i: wish, and put them up free.MAR&TQlMi. :
P because of its quality and low :'price and "pay/whenyyou plan. = clothed with marine growths, the diver, W e
dlvillettI;
::, Kranich & Bach, Packard, Lester, Cassell, Clutter Sheet music at pub- i. E retaining hold on his rope, dexter- I .
ously breaks away the holdfast of the found.in pkgs. of
tt *
ushers
*j prices m sponges and places them under his arm .
load has been gleaned I lit. QUINA
until a sufficient T
| Oldest Music and House Largest In Clutter Music HouseuLj50' 114-1165.Phone1S Palafox St. ; when 'a pull on the rope signals his Grape-Nuts <

Florida PENSACOLA companions above,that he is ready to : '
.
I 148 Pensacola Fla <
108/110 Palafox St. Phone ,
W. CLUTTER, Tres. B. E. CLUTTER, Sec. 5tIJktf ascend, and. he is then Hauled to the ;

"_ miit urf ace, bearing his ocean treasures. BIG 'IDEALS J:tN1..1..1fHN1. .N...11 NH..INNNI...NN...Nj i

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1.1 PAGE: FOUR1 THE PENSACOL. JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY. MORNING, j'fUL'U; 1900In

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..1 reservation- .to the Treasury Department cause f it, as religion f- often the excuse 1 ae a2aa _aeaaeaaaaaa22 a2aaeaa
r ; fn.t ,- by which the, place is desired ':for fioinjivery! Irrfeftglous, things a
t ; a Ia onfU.l forquarantine purposes. The. Secretary t4dr ofiferVerr wicked policies.' This: nj
1r l 'Q11 ( hors there should be some 'consideration is;; why jye condemn bad unions and
,J.ij:1f.- t >, in the transfer and that the tad,men In -good unions In/ :xactY' the I

.; /,. ,'""i!I-i':' : '"", i Navy Department should be1 compensated same terms as:: bad c.cn out.Hat of the New Skating Rink !
!i' T .
for some of the outlay at the unionss. .
: \: ;j DAILY.: WEEKLY., SUNDAY. place, which has amounted to $500.000. A labor drnlzation has no privilege 'UHi
The naval general board has urged -over' other" organizations of men,
llf& PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY that the naval property:at,Dry Tortu t+ df"<>rV :1 Iii "r.lI'B t'ldulg 1)ce than J OPENS TONIGHT d

R i gas be transferred to Guantanamo m>a outside. It stands on the same;': I
B T rJhe; wisdom of abandoning the coaling j'ui& ;al aif otatr organization ItI

J1 plant at the former place is much compared with the lot of.. men bare!! '
; $ THE JOURNAL COMPANY. questioned ia somQ.fmart rs? notwith--it existed, it has improvpd and "bet-1 At the of Baylen and Chase streets under a new jjjj i
4'1' standing the point made by] the general tered 'the sum total, it is that far) corner ,
t board that it is difficult and costly good. And no'amount of ;good it stay m''
$ r{,'..! FRANK L. MAYES, President and General Manager. to fortify, and would proved menaceto N
I have accomplished for ,one, mora? itallows" large and showy tent at 7:30 o'clock. Latest Improved ball-
,' the government in time of war by 1 it transgress the law: of ; N I
t inviting th, enemy to attack: and obtain right It might ba of seme worth to
t;,' MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. the supply of'' fuel kept at the the leaders of laboring men to make I 8 'bearing skates and the fine smooth oiled floor will make it
>s Ow station. 0"n" the other hand, it is a. study -of.. funafemental principlesalong ; I ,
"h. laintained that it Is necessary to such lines as these. A man has' jyg

(i.:: SUBSCRIPTION RATES. keep a coaling station at the entranceto a right to' join .union In preservation U evening of delight. Professor Wyer's band will furnish
> an
the gulf that ther should be jyg
One Year........... ... ... .J5 00 One Month.. ...... ......... 45 liberal and oC his primeval rights,but it does I
[ ; jfe{ ,Six Months...... ......... 250 One W ek....... .......... 10 In expenditure 'of the-. governme.tfunds defenses not confer upon him any nsw rightsor
; Three :Months ..... ....... r ZS Weekly Edition per year..$! OC which will establishing have to be built at Guantanamo enlarge his old ones. U music. Management will carefully look after the comfort of I

tel if that place.is converted into !

: The Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which _a_ Detailed a yard.base The ana: )fight supply is ,becoming station 'and Interesting dock- The Theater-probably, of one Dlonywaa.TYhaf of the.earliest .j U all guests. Every courtesy will be shown and the place will fjy I

Wf: ; Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. ; and it'is lifcaly' that, before there theaters built was the theater"of Dionysus !

is favor a decision of keeping, naf'arpfficers Dry Tortugas,who will are b3 in which was begun five centuries be conducted on a strictly first-class basis. fy i
.
betorg Christ. The seating capacity of u-f
Offices 108 and 110 East heard on that side'"of .the question. I A*
,
t Papers Saleon Train
mt on this remarkable building: is said to have
f I Miami: News. j Skates 25
General Admission JO cents
Government. Phone 38. been theater of cents. extra. fl
ix '; and at all News Stands. i'A SO.OOO. The Dionysus ,
.
'.f fri/ ,:r:.C:, Little Late Now. vas erected when Greek art'and lIteraI I N
Ir *- ,
:
$ .&, Almost every' newspaper in the ture were, in their prime.Here were j

t' y PENa JooI.A, FLORIDA WEDNESDAY MORNING.: APRIL 11. 1906 State is opposing Governor:Broward's" : presented to appreciative spectators j Pensacola sCompany.w m.
w1.t'iTi. -".4 L- draInage proposition now The strange' the wonderful works of Aeschylus j .
thing is, that thgy did not io so while Sophocles and Euripides.- I
for i Integrity of the Judiciary The Proper Way, he was a candidate with the dra'uaee ;
mml reposition( 1 in eaeaaaeea2aa2aaa2aaa22aaaea222ee2a2eea
as the principal plank The Barelar's Graap.
.1r Has Been Assailed. to Come his I
Together. platform-.Milllgan Herald.I "Did it ever strike you that a burglar -

i :y y Li; its>> tissue of A'prU 6, the Lake City When one :man has a house to rent, e of all men is most sensitive to the
iGitizen-'Reporter' contained the following that fact interests at least ten men; Barges Two Are Stranded. fitness of things?" J J"Can't ('O'U'I<='" ...: -- It: .. -'1'1 Marine Grocery Co. Political Announcements; I
arges owned: by the R. T.
Fl ,4 ,remarkable utterance: but the ten are not ,known to the Ross Contracting: Company of Jacksonville say "It ever did. How do you .. -

Th- terms of Justice Charles B. one.. One of them lives, probably, on en route to Miami lie stranded make it out? ryr 604, 606., ,f08. 610 S. Palafox St a RATES.
t :Parkhill; and :James B. Wnltfield, two Palafox street, and another on 16th \n the beach one mile above Jupiter "He always! >throws light on his shady '' ;Phone 725. The rates for political announcements
Justices of the State Supreme Court, Inlet and the other ten miles up the transactIons with a'dark lantern.- not exceeding 8 lines, to run
JE' .S .txpire: : next January. It is generally avenue; but, like enough, ALL of beach from Bear's Cut: while a large Baltimore, American.SunnySide. V. J. VIDAL, Manager.THE till the primary of May 15 are as it).-
Kraderstood that they will be candi- them read the classified ads. every iron dredging dipper worth probably lows '

i- dates for renomination at the comingE'mocratic day. 2,000, and a propeller for the tug, S. f HtME) OF GOOD THINGS TO The Daily Journal. ... .. .. .JlOM/
x primaries. The people of Brewster( are lost in ten fathoms The Weekly Journal. . . 5.0)')
-4 t't !Columbia county will take a'.ghoulish; If you are leaving the the city, and of water, ten miles aMVe Bear's Cut : of Life EAT These rates are strictly cash in 31- I
pleasure In voting.against them. Their n The two barges began"to leak badly ... I
are compelled to sell your furniture Just Received: vance and no announcement will b? i
;' Unfair, methods infighting Lake City, quickly still realize on the trip down and, it being impassible _BAH AN&-AUTP9" r Halibut Chunks, Halibut Quick Lunch inserted or run under any other con-:\ I
at
when endeavoring secure the permanent you may private .
fcr"ijja for the tug to tow them farther, -- --- ditions. .
v ''rr' 4 'f :,.location of the.'.Un1rersUy: of Bale, fair prices for everything they were cut loose and beaches at 50 kite of fancy Mackerel $1.25. per

a a !Florida will be remembered by all IP TOUR MYEKnSaiENT IS PER the points' indicated. A large .quani- kit 50 kite Salmon. 1.25 per kit. For the Legislature. f fI
loyal and! patriotic of
ity valuable
material lost
i 'firte" SUASIVE. AND IS RUN FOR SEVERAL was. by 50 kits halibut fins, $1.25.per kit.
Columbia These should
t4 t county. men. cue of the barges "turning turtle." am a candidate for memfceroftna
of Cod Tongues and Sounds
50 kits
,
-9 Dot receive a: vote within the confines ,XNSBRTIONSL An attempt will be made to rescue, the 1.25 kit lower house in' the state 1 legislature I
$ per
of our county's'border lice and unless fcoats.-W, !Palm Beach Sun.
l Bloaters, Milkers and Roes, from .EscamWa county in the Democratic
we are'. greatly ''mistaken in the people No( man has more trouble in finding Herring. of I
Codfish Pickled'Salmon, Dill Pickles' primary May 15, and will! appreciate
of .Columbia: county, thFti: will not the right kind of patrons than the Home-made Prosperity. "vrr German Sauer Krout. the support of all Democrat
5-, ':J /We referred to this utterance as remarkable Recently sale of CHAS. M. f
man who has money to loan. There we reported a home Pigs Feet in kits $1.00. COSTOX.

t' s ; it-is more than that. It Is are:men to whom a loan is an inviolate made baron in town, and made an ere Manewil and Lange's Fruit Cake
+3 Atif an uncalled for, reprehensible assault obligation with whom roc in the quantity. There was 250pounds 1 1l RefrigeratorTime National Biscuit Co'g Fruit Cake. 25c I hereby announce myself as a
; your mon of bacon.and'. 100, pounds of per pound. candidate for the lower house of :tn.>
on the.integrlt .of the whole ''Supremecourt ey would 'be as safe as in a bank,and lard But F. M.. Leavens; of Union, We handle the celebrated blends of Florida legislature, subject: to the action
.5 : which should cot be allowed to return a greater rate of interestThese tas: : sold this year 1,500 pounds of bacon Coffee roasted by the Gulf City CoffeeCo. of the Democratic primary on

w "1 !Stand unanswered or go unrepudlated.Let kind of clients are worth advertising and lard in proportion. Hold on .. H. P. Chipman, Manager. May 15th. GEO. T. MORGAN.I .
us go back a few months and for. II' we ain't through yet. Senator Nrelkttlei1 Oaxaca, Sac lb.; Gold Standard, 25c
4,000, pork and has bacon lb; Diamond Blend 25c Ib Golden
t 't; Bee if we cannot discover the animus pounds 'Is[ Here ; am a candidate for member of :the
20c Ib.Strictly
and lard to sell by the. wholesale Rio. House of Representatives from Es.-
t of the Lake City paper's position. Ton could board an elephant at Ties s
And these are onlY' ,a few trifling inci fresh roasted and as goodas cambia county, subject to the Democratic F
1, ,- ,d; a One year ago when the last state expense than you can own a tenantless : dents of Holmes! county production. Mhnda-Yes, dear when Agyreposed 1 i.While the workmanship, finish any Coffee sold in this city. Primary. I earnestly solicit

legislature was in session there was house; and the elephant's dessert i We can't be beat 'In home-made prosperity ( to me he wason rjis knees and general factors Send us..your orders' and we will deliver the support of the voters of the coun
will cost more than a want ad. and happiness: Come to old appearance are promptly. ty. JERRY J. SULUVAX.
Introduced and passed JR.
a measure :
lolmaz.Westville MyrKHaYes, and after..ypif b&copied the of
'iblg'enough to'rent Advertiser. I( making; a good refrigerator
known as the Buckman bill, which your house. te ,
1
him suppose you wercLCa they for naught unless combined For Justice Peace, District No. 2. I
re ,1 abolished all of the state schools buttwo Tampa's Cigar Output.. bed go
and1 which created a board of class If you who select read your and servants answer want from ads.the Tampa's cigar shipments up t--D with Actualities of extreme refrigeration A FIne Line ofTENNIS I hereby announce my cand a j j

4t =; control One of the duties and powers March 24 showed an increase over perfect hygiene, accessibility for the office of Justice of the ?-'oJ; I
will .
at )east
have
you Intelligent helpand '
for the Second .
: f' of which was to select the respectivelocations the same period of 1ast'year"of over District of Ese;!!! u '
for
for there schools. you know from experience that t 12,000,0M( : cigars:. .One-fijurth of the S0. nm'.iWEATHER PROPHET cleaning. ( ice economy and County, subject to the Demociv.o
nine out of ten of the poor servantsare year, has passed, ,l&l the same rate .--- -' loommess, ng'Iliere'a Primary to be held May 15th l!> *.
1Pi.i The members of the legislature ignorant ones. of increase for tnS remaining .three- ,i ->i .'I B. L. NICHEDSEN.I .

from Columbia county voted for the quarters, .the increase for the entire : your ideal: refrigerator andwe've

1p till,' the people of Columbia county P The want ads. will do more for you year will be '48,000.000.) ; which will f got rtIUs sort for sale. /..Y hereby announce my candidacyfor
'v make the total output of clear Havana .3 GOODSJUT'RECEIVED the office of Justice of the Peace
it and opposition either in a, day than luck, do in
approved no :wtll a
T t year. cigars! for this year reach a granoand ... I g Before you buy,come in and look them for the Second District! of Escamhia!
Ins': In Lake; City or in the county Itselfwas inspiring total of 273000000. '.1.; j and S
the
b That the "sure customer" for'what. over compare our prices with others County, subject to Democratic
-. .+'+ a manifested toward ,the bill The It is reasonable to Suppose, .however >: -rat the same time comparing the goods. Primary to be held May 15th 1906
d urr- 1 people of Lake City knew the state ever, you have to sell Is a reader, of that, the Increase will be large i iI That's all ask. C. L. SHIXE.
the want ads. IB one of the safest then that estimated above, which I we
; ,;rr University-one of the two schools New Tennis goods.Rackota$1,25 .
!
guesses you can possibly make In takes the Increase for the 'first'thr..e I hereby anounce myself! a candidate
an
ej /iwhich was continued under the Buck- $1.50, $2.00, $2.50,
uncertain world. months of the yeai.u' .basis of. calculation for the office of Justice ofii*
; r man bill-was located in their town 1 Gerson'sne $3.00, $3.50, $4.00, $4.50 $5.00, $5.50.
_
t Nets41.50, $2.50. Peace for District No. 2. subject to'
rl Et. and, it never occurred to them but that L Even to advertise your little storein The increase is always much larger Balls-3 for $1.00. the action of the Democratic Primary
L 4+ the board of control would leave it during the last three months of the! May 15th.
y the smallest way-in the want ad year than, In any 'other quarter, thai Fine I line! fresh spring Fishing .
there. The bill was perfectly satisfactory \ J. D. GOSH
Tackle new and of best
;
i- .ky columns-gets you into "the company being marked by the great and."con quality. .
j then-constitutional-regular- stoat demand. It is. One thousand new Edison Records
you "aa afford to keep" in the business holiday not'an extravagant -
'' all right in every way. ,world. prediction ,to estimate, the BUTTON just In. Come quick before they are For County Commissioner Dist No 3,

i w But the board of control in accordance output of Tampa cigars, this year at picked over. I hereby announce my candidacy torreelection
close: to SOO.COO.OOO-rwhifh( win males Out of town orders promptly filled.
f with the'power': which Columbiacounty The Prisoner's Aid Department of to the office of county com'
JKiP Tampa alone far In "excess'of that of] -
had helped invest in it, decidedto The Salvation Army has begun the the entire island! of Cub "- missioner from District No. 5, SUBK t

yT'j move the state university from publication; of a. monthly magazine last year, Tampa's cigar product t to the action of the !Democratic Primary

1= Lake City and locate it at Gainesville called ?The Brighter Day," with the exceeded that of Havana; This year, F. B. BRUCESAFES of May 15. J. M. ANDREWS

ll.' .rhea end riot until then, did the 'people object of making It the entering it should exceed the'product of all of: ,
Cuba the native' }home of the clear ( INCONSISTENT
r ,
lTbesimpta6detestdefeat
Lake .
a. of : City Columbia wedge of communication
and county between the Havana cigar.-TampaTribune.. ';' : For. County Commissioner, Dist No S.
: have any fault to :find'with the Buck- inmates of prisons, reformatories and a' t ae r 1.

1< tiiis man bill. jails[ and' The Salvation Army, in th Only Legal Rates., SAFES I SAFES! SAFES i re-election I hereby to announce the office my of candi county dae>'&'for

; They not only found fault, but then lope, of so surrounding them with ,Governor Broward :Intimates that Diebold missioner from District No. 6, suajert: [
tat'r, played, the baby act and instead of help and encouragement on their liberation the Jacksonville .;.Metropolis rob !d r Yt t Buy Safes/ to, the action' of the Democrat Primary :

fi-k,: swallowing the same medicine whichthey as to prevent their falling him Inch by for charging explanation him of one the dollar drainage' an 14q Scarritt Moreno, Agent.COFFEE. of May 15. I

had helped to force own the again into crime. The Salvation Army scheme. That is' only legal 'advertls. J. R. STEWARD::

S throats of the people of some of the is doing noble work in this directionand tog[ rates. It is possible that the governor Handieit-and only Perfect HA -'-

r, .1 other counties they raised the hue thenewpoiblication will undoubtedly does not think as much of his -s:1 DO- ink n1.g to rem ipffl No oo&Iaa clogging filler I IWe For Tax Collector

and cry that the Buckman: bill was do,much to facilitate it. project as a lawyer would'think of the, or.hak1 r- .I hereby announce myself a can'il-':
k'+ unconstitutional" importance of a legal advertisement a Yoe.imply! prea the bwtoau date for re-election to the office -A
and they broughtaction Tampa Times. IA the pica reand the pea E1his Tax Collector for Escambia count: ,
'' ry :" S which carried' it to,the, supreme Now that the Moroccan dispute has I"Euh." the Pioneer at the primary to be held on May Is.

'd : court on that ground. been settled France and Germany will 1* ;1 Writes the Instant it are 1906. I solicit your vote.!

a 'u The supreme court after hearing all have 'hard time to find something IW ddq ,toociat the paper Coffee Boasters, of Respectfully,

of the argument and investigating the else to.wrangle over. THE USEFULNESS! 0 E .l West Florida.McHUGH'S J. S. ROBERTS.
y .
OF' LABOR 'UNiONS.S .
law, decided: that le$150f1
the Buckman bill
----. At the solicitation of friends I h'-r-
.. was constitutional, and therein 'lies Tampa:'Timei; t 1 1Nu.sg by announce myself a Candida', '"!r

E; t the why and the wherefore of the asanlt I. MEWS AND VIEWS vitk 14 brat oU! fold the office of Tax Collector subjecto

which the Lake City :paper now I* FROM STATE PAPERS ''I$ $ H-H.> H I \VrttV..Hubby robte pea' point u j-fully finest gnanntecd.vulcanized BLENDShave the action of the Democratic Pnniory,
May 15. 1906.
?t makes on Justices Parkhill and Whit.fteld I --:-- 1 ---- l. Eagle
tF While "flub"No.25C' TELLS McKEXZIE OERTING.
we are looking askant with
} and which constitutes an equally I -Those cigars gave ,w'ith cold baada$%.SO i
frowning eye at'labor unions, as wall you. ...'.... Fluh" No. 26 no equal. A trial ;
direct attack on the integrity of the probably have some partial occasion me are cabbage. Urn size. $3.00 For County Treasurer.I i
whole supreme court. Drainage of Swamp Lands.Out to do just now,, let 013 not forge: And'you witH cola band.,$4.00 convince the connoisseur
ti government may be ahead of which' She-Why George sell h sac r. will be a candidate in the lipmo !
the good 'in the unIons
; things '
7 We think it hardly necessary to go the times and may run shortof fund have been always the chief : saicljou were a"Romeo v E tarian.. udOiKerStm* that we cratic primary of May 15 for rr'Don !i- I
Into the case further. The circumstances and methods to raise more, but the To them is due the agency A.k TOUR DEALER. If bedoesn't make nation to the office of county usur I
mostly raise
} ? ) themselves'" are a sufficient swamps In this state will all.be. drained wages which bar done'mor;; ,, to uplift'n cell Fountain you the Penathea Eigle"PLASH" no extravagant er. The support of all democrats will:& !

t repudiation of the'Lake City pap eF r'a in time, both for health and profit. the general physical standard of life< tend the mall price direct toUIo claims. be appreciated. i
The proposition is right from boil Each pea abeoI1Itd1 pur J. ED. WIl.LL ,IS.
assault on the character and integritycf sanitary and economic view points Iran all other -causes.Give a man utced. ,. I
1t the money and his inborn'nature doethe '
the members of -
Florida's supreme considering political promises, and lifting by instinct The, 'unions Eagle Pencil Co. Wholesale and RetailGROCERS I hereby announce mYs:f a cand'' j
}yt court. while it may interfere with the plan:; have shortened the''hours of labor and Uanofactaren date for the office- of County THMS-!

of some ,private corporations In developing thus given men and' their families | 3 i/,Broadway New York, urer, subject to the action of the Democratic
their schemes the great-8 d more sUl"plU3time.. This,' has Induced Primary.
The proposition to build to the greatest number should be
a bridge kept intelligence and comfort and' a spir: THOS. F. WRIGHTOV
t 'the In- wield as. a beacon of guidance! .
over cambia river, between 13s. of freedom which .ard worth a great
:t-; cambia and Santa Rosa counties ha? Governor Broward, is popular with the deal and' all kinds of FeedStuffs For ,County Tax Assessor. I
people is working for the of t
good the
.aft;, been hanging fire a long time, but 'State and can give reasons for his,au. and Unions sustain have '''done more., to spread I will be a candidate for re-nom-na, 1
?4 = scents no nearer realization than when thorative- action: 'which shows higher than a broadly democratic spirit po tion to the office of County Tax AbS- !

tbo first proposed. Escambia' county is motive than mere exercise of gubernatorial ments all combined.other agencies" TThey !and bare preach mer- VVOOD sor, in the Democratic Primary of Ala' !

ready' to stand her share of the power. 'Progress is made ups of gized and concentrated the sprit: of 15: I respectfully ask your supportW. !
ex i
multitude of things, and the I : All Kinds that want. PlutoWat W. RICHARDS j
dead
; < to'a. you :
penae; but evidently majority of the weight of independent manhood, finer edge, I r .
objectors kickers
,
anlll they have Inculcated' self-relanee! :
Santa" Rosa county commissioners do knockers in another i
always all ante
great r moral virtues;; said have done t>'
I1 rot favor the project. A! bridge at takings has to be carried along by the! their share in raising the tone"of man ----, OAK AND PINEcheaper ,and CARPENTERS WANTED. 1
.i
some central point between the two bourne pushers"and makers of events.M.el lincss.: ; ---'. Wholesale. { Retail.New .
Times.
:Bounties, would be greatly beneficial eta I !t is very true that in the"name of ..::::: than you can buyIt 100 CARPENTERS AND HELPERS
t tA. 'both action I unionism are done-some' bad things ::::-. anywhere. Any size you WANTED TO BUILD CATTLE PENS
; and should- be taken About
(Dry Tortugas. I ""
and preached some,-worse ttoctrines ./ :-- 1I { ,Orleans$ Grocery Co ON STEAMSHIP. APPLY AT ONCE
looking to its construction without delay. The abandonment of Tortngas, I want.
4. Dry But the good, bould. 'be weighed ,a d.Gaew 70 ROOM 308 THJESEN BUILDING
The only question is; Will Santa Fla., as a naval coating station will! against the bad when, making up a t; --- L R.r EXPECT TO BEGIN WORK WED
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I'xr Rosa. county meet' Escambia -half not be *made without opposition although -I judgement npon' .;fcgLsubject: genera'. I E. C. SEWELL Jas. NESDAY MORNING AT BAYUEN
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1',7ar :: $ $ t' Secretary Banaparte is some'l The bad has heut Is; being,done r* jjvte t' McHugh STREET WHARF.
i what' la. favor ot. the_ transfer In spite of unionism,rather than be- I Iy.... F16a.. ; Phone, 614. F. M. WILLIAMS.
m :Jr5 X: "1 af Phone O ,Prop rletor.a /. Contractor. Ii

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THE PENSAC-OLA- JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APR.'L-11: 1908 PAGE FIVE
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Springs ftricklandi road1""waSS.ffcranted.; M. H. "Grimier and W. B.J.( BLOUth" -UECOMINO' an ordea* which aH .

Foods' HuBblrd were named as commission.ers. l REfUSES[f fT women approachwith ;
Dainty .. : indescribable fear, for

Secretary McMillaji, was Instructed nothing compares with
to address a communication to the A MO'HER the pain and horror of


Demand It: commanding, notifying officer him that at Fort the Barrancas gOVernment -- T To SAY A of the suffering and danger in store for her, robs child-birth.the expectant Theihought mother ,
bridge over Bayou
Big is in a
of all
of the
dangerous -Condition.Secretary ARGYLE pleasant anticipations coming event, and casts o-ser beta ::.

McMillan was instructed shadow gloom which cannot be shaken off. Thousands of'women

to "Write the proper representative of HARROW: have found that the use of Mother's Friend during pregnancy robs

TN EVERY Receipt that calls for cream the' city for the purpose of -notifyinthe WORD confinement of all pain and danger, and insures safety to life of mother

A municipality that the county is Clupeco Shrunk-Quarter Sun and child. This scientific liniment is! a god-send to all women at tho
of tartar, soda or baking anxious to ascertain the 'of 15 cent*each-two for 2i: cents.
powder amount
use Indebtedness the city. CUUETT, PEABODY & CO. time of their most critical trial. Not only does Mothers Friend
to
the .A .U or duct AJlD IIOIUKH mTt women, safely through the perils of child-birth but its
Royal Baking Powder. Better results A petition from the Postal Tele- carry use

raph-Calble Company to change gently prepares the system for the coming event, prevents "morning
a Declines Discuss Board of Public -
will be .obtained
because of the absolute route from what is known as the old sickness," and other discomforts -

purity and leavening public road to the. new public .road Works Resolution of of this period., ftlfDlf "" !Ll!fE'/lBJ'

great strength of the was granted. Sold by all druggists 'at fJlfllt6/J 16 Il1I&trI: '"

Royal. It will make the County Finances. $1.00 bottle. Book
food lighter, ..The condition' the. county from a llama Criticism. per
containing valuable information free.
sweeter, of finer flavor financial standpoint is not bad, according Good E"lt1illll'lIlfD
more digestible and to the figures shown at the The Bradfietd Reoufator Co.. Atlanta.Ga. Al

wholesome. It is meeting. The amounts ordered paid ACTION OF' CITY OFFICIALS
always reliable arid
uni out of the different funds for :March

form in its work. by> the! commissioners are as follows: I Things CAUSES GENERAL COMMENT

General F ind ..1917.85
Alum and phosphate Road and Bridge., 599.41 THROUGHOUT MUNICIPALITY- '

\.baking powders, Fine and forfeiture 1,544.35 ''I For the Last of STATED RESOLUTION WILL BE The SHOE STORE

some of them sold at the. same and
price Total. .. .. ,.$-t,061.61At Lent 4 STRlcn: : : ADHERED TO UN. PEOPLE'S

some of them cheaper-will make neither the end of Feb.! .
this year there : SMOKED SALMON LESS THE DEMANDED AP.OL'O.GV'IS Leader in Low Prices

dainty nor wholesome food. was a (balance SMOKED HALIBUT. TENDERED.The West Government. S
in the general f'" 'v I SMOKED BLOATERS,

,V fund of....-.. ;:; .:. $. (&, 09.60 FANCY COD FISH, -I
The fine and for. PICKLED ROLL HERRING,
6 feiture had an TONGUES AND SAUNDS, resolution adopted by, the Boardof '

ROYAL BAKING .POWDER CO., NEW YORK. overdraft of.... .'' 560.93. : ANCHOVIES' Public.: Works'at the meeting Monday -I EASTER CARD HANGERS SAVES THE CARDS.
Road and bridge CANNED SALMON evening, demanding an apology!
I
overdraft.. ... 576.33 i KIPPERED HERRING, from W., A. Blount, Jr., created con- (Buy one of these' hangers and save your Easter cards, and next I
; CLAMS siderable talk and interest throughout which the'
0.-- I year compare them, by way will recall pleasant
Total. ..' .'; '.... ; 4,698.87 I I LOBSTERS, I the city yesterday. recollections of the other Easter. Cards to 25 .cents; China

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS DEVILED CRABS, The purport of the resolution will Eggs 5,. 10, 15, 20 and 25 cents; Chicks 5 to 25 cents and Rabbits

i Balance on hand PICKLED: EELS.ROSENAU&GERELDS. be carried out, say the members of 5 to 15 cents.Coe's .
the board who voted for the adoption
general fund. .. -$16,110:73:
Ordered paid for of the measure. If Mr. Blount does Books1ore.; I .

MEET IN REGULAR SESSION March .. .. ..;.. 4,06111; "apologize for his alleged language Phone 235. 213 South Palafox Street. Penaoola
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which the board criticised as "unprofessionaL" ----- r.I
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i The Fancy Grocers, .
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J; f/ U5,510.73"CPN'rPUY'
Phone 391. Pensacola. :Mr. Blount was seen yesterday -I1
approved: L. 1C. Clarke, W. C. Mac I anent the resolution and asked what I

!Only Business of Routine. Char key and C. M. McClure. : OFF action he intended taking in the mat-
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Petitions for pensions were submit- for tomorrow"whatjyou can do today.If ter. The young attorney studied a I PINE BARREN !
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acter Was Up for Consider .- ted .toy Elizabeth Jennings Augustus you put off buying a bottle of Bal.lard's .-;; moment and said with apparent feel- -1 '.f,
Johnson and M. Sturdlvant Approved. Snow'Liniment, when that pain ing, "I have nothing to say."
tion. comes you won't have any, buy a bot The'attorney from whom the boarl .

(Permission was granted W. C. Bar. tIe today..Burns A'"positive; ; cure for Rheu i I : DefUNWK; I has demanded an apology will in all _
matism, Cuts
Sprains, Con : ,
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rineau to erect and construct a tele- likelihood have other cases before the ft4 (
tracted Special to.The Journal. 1t.I 1-
Mucles, etc. T. S. Graham
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phone line to his turpentine camp, body; and' the outcome of the matter -.
\'mtAAL (FREE, DELIVERY SUPER- Prairie Grove Ark. .1-
writes _
: Pine Barren April 10.-Mrs. W. J. .
west of the city, provided he secures f will be watched with interest, provided -

INT NOENT INFORMS THE COMMK6JONERS consent of'abutting property owners results"I wish I to received thank from you for Snow the good Lint,I .. he should not apologize, and at ,Williams was a business visitor in

along the route, and removes poles ment. It ,: Special to The Journal. the same time make an effort to appear -Pensacola on {Saturday last,

THROUGH CHAIRMAN wherever advised to do'so" by commls matism after positively others cured had failed.me of Rheu Sold l DcFuniak !Springs, -Aii1 10!-Mr. J. 'before the board in behalf of a Mr.. Floyd and Mr. Fillingim of .. -
sioners. client The question will then h9 up ., .
? AVERY THAT GOOD ROADS A communication from by all druggists. W. "McSwain is a candidate for number to some one to take decisive action. Molino, were pleasant visitors heron .. ,
the secretaryof
of the school board from districtNo.3. Sunday last, the guests of Misses
A NE<: Fl. the Garden Street. Epworth Leaguewas GET A PANAMA, .
ARE ESS.ITV-COUNTV read. He stated that the Ep $10.00 AT STANDARD$5.00,CLOTHINCCOMPANY. $7.50 ANC -- I Counterfeiting the Genuine. Pearl and Fannie Williams.Mr. :' 'i .

NANCES: ARE IN SPLENDID worth League conference of the South Mr. Leroy Tappangot. a!peci .ent of Foley& Co., Chicago, originated : Fred Perkins our' efficient store .1 '
Alabama Methodist church will convene clay from a deposit""neaotovfn. that] Honey and Tar as a throat and lung clerk made a business trip to Mobile 'vt4. -
SHAPE. remedy, and on account of the great
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at Pensacola some time In June. williaafca; a .high grade 'litccl' Capt.Kehiuggt Thursday.:
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merit and popularity l of Foley's Honeyand
SUMMARY OF *-t
He asked for
permission to use armory -
.that a dozen brick Tar many Imitations are offered :Miss Mable Sweeting very pleas PROSAIC HEN'S EGGS.
hall for reception purposes, ;
be-made from It' ?sent't brick for the genuine. These worthless entertained'a'Quiet" on
a antly when transformed the use of our
The entire session of the county agreeing tb pay"a reasonable conpen-
..commissioners last night was devotedto sation. Granted. THE WEAtHER kiln for a regular test.JWe are hoping: initiations; have "similar sounding crowd Sunday evening. last. Music I Easter dyes, become things of ex-

routine touslnessj. During the The request of Janitor .Hutchin to be able to start tja, brick .factory names.' Beware of them. The genuine rendered by Miss Pearl, Miss Fannie: treme ibeauty and of endless Joy to
of the meeting Chairman Avery for an increase of $15.per month in : Foley's Honey"and Tar is in a yellow Mr. Jim Williams feature i the young and old. Every color tha.ttints
course .The maximum temperature yester here. : l and was a
; .package., Ask for it and refuse
1\ the most igorgeous sunset can
stated that the superintendent of the!' salary was refused and instead. a $10 'day' was 74 degree at 12:30 pi: m. A new.fire"aiarm'; U has.just..been, any substitute. It Is the best remedyfor. of the evening. Some very fine selections -I be had and effectively used with little
rural free delivery had complained to Increase was allowed: and the mimimum .r. : I were also rendered1.1 by :Mr.
67 degrees at 4 .a. received"and will" hi erected near the ., coughs and colds. W. A. B Alem- trouble and great satisfying results.
iim concerning the condition of the The petition' of, Gus.. A. Soderlind, (John Jernigan, our accomplished musi
m.Observer telephone office so as to be handy incase berte; drtfggist and apothecary. Packed either in solid colors or
county roads, and added that the gov to be appointed Fish'and Game War- Reed in his weather '
sum- of .
eminent official stated that the roads den -Escambia county was referred mary of yesterday says: Mr. Thalimer nel d. had nearly$200 worth cian.Mr.. and Mrs. W. B. Jernigan were paper dyes, each Sc.Hooton's

must 'be put In proper condition. to the county tthrn y for report at The lake region! depression central of fences destroyed fire on his pleasant visitors to Pollard on last

Chairman Avery presided over the next meeting. this morning over Ontario; It has farm three miles'northeast-of town. CARPENTERS WiNTED. :;:,un ay. They were accompanied by Pharmacy

.deliberations: 'of the body with Com The contract to' furnish groceriesfor decreased in strength and'IST'causlng Mr. Eanty of FJcrala, spent Sunday CARPENTERS. AND; HELPERS Mr. Jernigan's mother.Mr. ,
missioners Sennott Steward Andrewsand the month of April was awardedto general rains over western New York in town with friends; ,! : ."Vanell of Mobile, was a business'' The Birthplace of Prompt Delivery.
Wiggins and Secretary 'McMillan James ilcHugh. WANTED, TO BUILD CATTLE PENS \isitor here on 'Tuesday. PHONE 1100.
and the" New England states. There Ca>pt W. W. Ffournoy will not be'a I'
present. .. Qonccrning .Roads. have been showers sinceMonday candidat.9 for Justice "of the Supreme (IN STEAMSHIP. APPLY AT ONCE MRS, Warren Davis of Mobile' visited I

The minutes of the last meeting Chairman Avery, stated that the' morning over the country east of the Court While this. Is to ba regretkd, TO ROOM: 308 THIESEN BUILDING. relatives here on Wednesday and
were read and approved.Mr. superintendent. of the rural free delivery Mississippi river; also, In extreme nvany of his friendscare pleased at his EXPECT TO BEGIN. 'WORK: WEDNESDAY Thursday. S:!e was accompanied b/I $

Christie, representing the city had called to see him.. The gov southern Texas ..Oregon, Montana, decision, as CaptkhlMs. too good a MORNING'' AT BAYLEN her baby daughter Gladys Marie They. q
i appeared before the 'board and asked eminent official complained of the Wyoming and Nevada. Heavy show man to leave our.town* : STREET WHARF. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sweeting. PIANOS AND ORGANS.

>that the county share the expense of condition of the roads in the rural districts ers have fallen from1 l Virginia to Mass The: I'EZ1Eng room of Co. K. Is now F. M. WILLIAMS. Mrs. Bradley and little son, of Century CASH OR EASY TERMS. 71.

I supporting three beds in SL Anthony'5 statingthat the government achusetts. (Pressure is highest over in good running order and many oft Contractor. were the guests of Rev. J. O. All!! Piano Work Guaranteed. .

''hospital. Laid over until the next made good roads one of the requisite eastern: Montana/Temperatures have .e. boys are showing their appreciation Lawrence this week.131r lun CLUTTER & RUSHING, <'t

''regular meeting.The for rural 'delivery;, Mr. Avery said risen from Texas nortward; in west- by taking advantage of it. Peter Kuntz, a prominent Ohio a 12 EAST GOVERNMENT ST.
following notorial bonds were that the superintendent had stated era Tennessee they are again above !At the last meeting of the Ladies' .ber merchant of Dayton was 'if PHONE 476. "
.business visitor here on Friday.
INSURANCE.
that unless Improvements were made 60 degrees; the coolest reported it: Town Improvement Association, it Mr. Win. Swe; ting visited his I Ii1aughter
i the rural delivery system in this coun- 30 degrees In Yellowstone Park. LIght was: 'decided to jEflke our'to'D a summer *
The Beginning of Thli How' ConmoB Mrs. A. G. Brown in Pen.sa.jcola
ty would be 'jeopardized. Action! to frost Is reported from.Asheville, N. C. as well as a winter resort and Mode of Protection.The last week.
remedy the evil reported'will be tak. The conditions from the central fpf.tbes3 ladies to say a'thing, is to
: and The friends of Mr. Buck Con-
: : of Insurance knownto many
en. .; eo lower Mississippi valley westwar: make it go. Committees :'have been practice was rtrs were pained to learn of his pain- -"'\
It was stated that, bridges in the are unsettled, but the general indications appointed to look after games boating the ancients, being in rogue at the ful accident which occurred while

county were destroyed through care- point to fair weather with var- bathing, etc., and festivals'will be beginning of the Christian era. flr.ging on the P. & A. Division of the I
Hoarseness or loss of voice i lessness. The matter was. referredto iatole- winds for this vicinity through held 'at stated Intsrv&s! when': it is to The Insurance of ships was undoubV L. & N. road.SOFTNESS. I
the county attorney. Wednesday. bes hoped that people from the sur idly part of the business of the Hanse. YOUREASTER
immediately relieved. Nothing The petition citizens precInctsNos. rounding country towns will visit us. atle Iwgue, which was formed about

excels this simple remedy I 10' and 16""tb.. 'extend: "the, Bluff JUST BECAUSEyour These energetic ladies have ,already 1140 by the port t wns of Germany to' OF SEALSKIN.

i!_____ -j cough -is only in the throat and dons wonnlsrs( and so heartily do the protect"rtemselves against tha piratesof -
that
,"="'--- .- -- --- -- '- :-- does not trouble you now, don't think! men endorse this association, sey Sweden and Denmark.The Is Rivaled by Human Hair Where
I eral! have asked to- belong to it in
that needs no attenUon. When It Dandruff Is Eradicated.
custom of drawing out Insurance I
The ladies
finally resolve.d
'
has not had much 'of a start is the some way. : policies originated In Florenc In 1522 Sealskin Is admired the world over
Ji' to admit them aii associate membersand
i time to check"-it The slightest cough for its softness and glossiness; and
chamber of insurance
regular
-- joined at the although a
dozen men
Pneumonia: over a the human hair Is equally as soft I
-. .. : ; easily leads to Bronchi yet
: ,.' ,' ',. last.meeting. ? 'was formed at Bruges early In the and the i
healthy
when
and ;
tis and Consumption A bottle 'of, glossy
; ; : Horehound Last Wednesday afternoon'and fourteenth century, and the practiiig: radical cause of all hair trouble la
: : Ballard's Syrup will
t 11; ;: cure : Charles Murray. Sr., ran
.; ,; evening. Mr. .was in general use in Italy In 1194 and dandruff which is caused by a pestiferous -
; that cough'The price puts it wIthin ,
I .. ., .., mrry-go-round: for ,th3 benefit ot
4 '
1: In England In 13GO. that the vitality!
If reach of all. Sold all parasite saps
by
: druggists.
'1 ....Association 'TABLEshould
k t' ;,_ i'11 the Town' Improvement Fire and life Insurance Is of much of th9 hair at its root. Newbro's'I.
.. ... > 60 cent of, the receipts.
gitjng per
.' -' ., thatis
"
% Some of the the only preparation
j11 .it.' '. .GET A PANAMA, $5.00, $7.50 AND Nearly fifty dollars was;. turned overt more- recent origin. ancient Herpicide is ,
id' fo* fatal to the dandruff germ. With
STANDARD compensation
AT CLOTHING guilds provided
: $10.00
,: thE ladies and a general good time:
*I ,. :{ COMPANY. any of their members who suffered loss out dandruff there is no JaIling hair
: : wa's had by all. Aftarja'till that night of glossy,
Lieut. ,Moss Fiournoy' marched the from fire, but the insurance of goods but a luxuriant growth
j the
hair is certain. Scouring be well
t-oft
: Properly Boiled Meat. .; boys of Co. K. to the merry-go-round and houses as a distinct branch of busi-- Kill the, or-
won't cure dandjuff.
scalp
\ic. .. .; ", r:.;... To boil meat so'as to retain the Juices and In a few minutes our Infantry ness cannot be traced farther back ei'andruff Thousands of women deredand and
germ. complete
--. and soluble salts and. yet cook it suf- cqnrpany!! was turned,: into a calvary: than 1667, the year after the great fir< owe their beautiful suits of hair toNewhro's I ,

yLb1S. .;; )}...,....,,; ficiently'it should be plunged Into boiling troop. of London. Herpicide. For sale by W.i we can help you make
'.', ,"- ., water: and boiled rapidly for about' The first regular company the Hand A. Alemberte, druggist anof: apothecary -
.
-
4-i31. .. .. "'.".. ten minutes. After this fast cocking In-Hand, was founded in 1606, and five 121 South Palafox street or send I it so. Among our special .'

iZ4' :'c," the kettle must be pushed over to the i V" other companies still existing were lOc in stamps for. sample to The HerI -

: back of the fire, where its contents will started in the quarter of a century picide Co., Detroit, 3lih.I j solicited attractions

.. ';,. simmer:,gently. This tends to cqasu-',i' IT'S TRUE which followed. Life insurance was I .

late,the outer rind of the meat so.that COFFEEkeeps first undertaken by the Amicable ia I are

the juices cannot escape. -If meat i is i 1706.-London Standard.

treated in ti is.manner the Inside will -- .
be:found juicy and tender, but'if the many half sick. Our i KENNEDY'S

meat is allowed to boil it will be found ..

hard and chippy, the goodness: havingall I Seedless wear Wear.themselves out Cakes and Wafers

k I -" iq' boiled.. out of it.Jiritain' I POSTUMIj.0 I needlessly.Many people Their conscience Is a tyrant 1 Ice CreamWithout :, andLaTouraine

: Oldest O31ce. i An 'exaggerated sense of duty ; I
JUST 7 i leads a person .anxious ceaseless activity -
The oldest office under the crown Is Roll Wafers
i to be constantly doing some-
Riv I.I I.
I
that of lord high steward, which wIn I : a I
{" ,: existence before the time Edwardthe I ,thingv "over-punctual never idle a second We are sole forNunnally's
.. : of agents
f) : days and note the change. f of time., {o scorn rest. Such are In :
-
Confessor-Indeed, some authorities I
: I i unconscious\ nerve tension. They say Kandy Kitchen Cream Is
I that it"was 'instituted Candies
( 'J / say byOffs they have no time to rest they Lave so pre-eminently th, favoritein :
.ql in 757. For a long period this official t I !
-'------ --- ----,- atueh to do not thinking they are rap- populars esteem- as' it I
.).., : .. was second only to the king and the idlY unfitting! themselves for probably is with all ice cream con- II'I'' ,..L,>

\, ,. '.. office was for some time hereditary* in If burns them IIP I' what 'W9ul.ha\"e, been their best and I nosseurs.: No' dinner, : ; c" -

certain noble. families.-Tit-Bits.. greatest work in after years.A I picnic or 'social function. -. .
mRata eoJ mice after entla; I I
i without
in time : creations inhdles Ili. I t can be complete? .
for EASTER Expectation. Stearns' ElectricRatandRoachPasto
some very nobby E I I Short Sermon. it, and it 'can .be relied

and Children's Patent :eump "Oxfords..Sal10r: Ties, "I suppose," said hIs friend,' 'that i Xo'.tlmeor.! place i isjaqred to the enthusiastic 1 on at aIl times a$ being

when the investigation fates place you f rush oat of doon lor air and Duclos Jells in his wholesome and .delicious.
and Rosalinds Ribbons;' also White Canvas, Gun will be represented! ty counseL -.- vatcr and qak'kly die. FotOti I Joker. : Sol Cahn & Co .
fcaraateed as tare death memoirs bow the prince archbishop of ,
Metals arid Tans, the button or lace kind French.. Military "Yes," said the statesman "and.I l ell to rats rermla.,mio 9 oockroachra.*. "'x. Slic and; Cologne: asked license to preach in the :-1' ,
or Cuban heels bunch of suppose I'll be misrepresented by the ..&elme. IS oz. 'L.0. at Versailles when 'rlsitlng
and
sweU'Hps ery
; a big opposing counsel" 'I STEAKNS'ELeCTXICPASTE royal chapel' I I The Pure Food Store,
Cornetake CO.. J Iuis I JClVV'hjmseif. All the court
a'look, buy if you please.. .......c.ClUWcollI..u.s.A.. Southest Corner Palafox and litendencia
The flgbtshatie. -..-,....sa assembled,. It was April L The princeI Kandy Kitchen Cafe
I archbishop mounted the pulpit In stately I

MEYER SHOE; COMPANYFEET The deadly nightshade in Italy: and I fashion. ,.bowed from side to side and I : : Phonel1J- 8
Spain Is the falsehood. It Is
emblem of
stood f moment as i if collecting his 104 S.Palafox, Phone 999 !
probablethat the poisonous. charactertof II .sbQuted "April fools!r.
FURNISHERS FOR FOLKS '*utke thoughts,.thep. ?
"the plant had'some'thias to 40" 'Wl picket up his skirts and ran.. i -
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symboliEnt .
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THE PENSACOLA ,JOURNAL,. WEDNESDAY MORNING: APRIL I 11, 1906

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iJ.= i1.jttJ l EverYA.dvertisem.eAt, in :Those Columns .Is Read by



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_i___ 'BAY SHORE ,-
Invest Your Money
I FOR SALE

Good Luck Is But Another ; and Get Returns I :: HOMES HOOTON. & WATSON

} S Successors to Thos. C. Witsaa & Ci.
-i. $1,800.00. ., .
Ten desirable lots 8-room :Cottage at FIsherville: adjoining -
f' Name For a Good i Did you ever stop to think how haru nave very residence of Mr. Jacoby. Lot Leading! : .I'Estate, Rental t I and insurance Agency
you worked for the money you Block 92 of the New City 60x125. '
!:' ,4 saved up? And did you ever figure <- '.! .-.
$1,700.00.
'f. .. Tract Jackson
-? ;*-i 'I up how easy it 'earns more .for you intersection .-
.
[ Marked for quick sale.
,i.:!". ,. I ? And did it down '
: Investment when wisely invested "
:!;j; ryr N ; I to that when' you allow street and 16th avenue\ ; over- Splendid little summer cottage, can #- -
occur you
: ever

\. .:,. .. "t., I.your savings' to. hard remain earnedmoney idle you ,are? looking the bay, beautiful. be bay enlarged.and near Lot car 90x125 line. ,Such'corner bargainsare fronts I Bargains in Real Estate in all parts of the

!G: ;.;1 J *- I Why throwing not either away invest in gOO "renting lots for residences.' scarce, ;you should1 act quick if you city/-X.: : : ._
'- : cant lots that v ant .this. .
tl : improved property, orv Seven lots Block 55, Belmont -' '-
i. And a good investment e ns'a good-, .fdreijlght.: are increasing in value, or;lenl( it out $1,500.00. 'Stores i for rent.
'''it;"'" There's' niIghty few )people with a, f9reslghtlas?good at eight per cent on: 'good real estate ; lots'in this Block 6-room cottage Little Bayou, corner i ; ,Dwellings .
o I n as their hindsight. Those "few" are investing their mortgages. -, lot 100xl40r: short distance from car, '
0j ': / dollars in Pensacola business and residential 'prop selling at $700. en hard road. Fishing and boating Loans .de.at current rates of interest on

1t r erty. You simply can't go wrong if you buy now. Alcaniz
$50.00 for a Lot Six houses North improved .or unimproved property.
F1.4t i ;: We will be glad to show you many pieces'of property ,
.1f t-f: L-nproved and unimproved, that will yield big re.t1c1 Street, good investment, will L. S. BROWN: & CO. -
turns on the purchase money. .right in the city where people are Insurance e placed( in fifteen leading American -
., ",''d I building up fast. $1.00 cash and 0c net 10 per cent. ; Thiesen Building. '
and f foreign r companies.
';I per ,week. .
W3 ,
_
'1ot'1ff. .... For particulars apply to "VIE/ SEll LOTS" >
"' ; 7./f. '{1 NO TAXES. : We. r p.respectfully solicit your patronage.Our .

rental department: given especial atten.

r i Pensacola Investment Company, NO INTEREST, I McDavid-Hyer Company, $1900For tion. Cali'and,' see our list.


4. H. D'ALEMBERTE, City Manager. ; five-room cottag9, bath and reception -
''': LESLIE E. BROOKS York hall. A nice home 'away from .
New
st I W. H.KNOWIIS, President p. B. SIMPSON, Secretary. Agents dust and heat of the city on East Hill.I -- .', .

t.<' i :"t J.L STILLMAN, V..Prej. ml Gen. Manner. KNOWLES HYE8, Treasurer. Life Insurance Ccmpany. $200 cash $15 per month
It jf 1 204J4 S. Palafox St. Fisher Building 8 E. Government Street $3,000.00.
? Rael Estate, Loans, General Investments Pensacola Fla. I HOOTON & WATSON ,
Phone 462. ] Phone 7CO. For .a beautiful eight-room two story

:1 215 South Palafox house. New and Modern. An elegant -
Street
:,'j;., .',*':t"<1" Pensacola, Florida. home. East Cervantes. I PHONE, 54. 34 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.

q : ., -: i hLLPWMJTED For FarmJ Turpentine or Lots in all parts of. the city at all

.
1' .A prices.
/ Timber Lands
; --- -- ,

'tMM i i WAN'TlD-First-elass.. : cook at once. LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITYCall =_, -
C.: R. YAEGERNo.
llapr '
240 W. Garden.
AddressTurner&AYmard
on or
t': '!o """ THE BIG COAL )QUfify Your Home? I
202 Theisen Bldg. Phone 686. ,-
A Warehouse fair
1 Site. WANTED-Lady or gentleman of

l1a education' to travel for firm of $250,: .- STRIKE IS ONThe -xrJ3urr
fT\ii! I 000 capital. Salary $1,072 per- year, Real Estate and Abstract Co.
: \ (payable weekly. Expenses advanced. I P. 0. Box 115 DeFuniak Springs,Fla
}U:4: THIS PIECE OF PROERTY! has front IntOjftXollt
of 240 feet on the South '
Address GM. G. Clows, Pensacola i
f 'Io:!l side of Wright street by 192 feet deep between Alcanlz and Cevalles Fla.. 10apr2t [ Here is YourOpportunity greatest "demand ever known
;t ,t ] streets, it has small houses on it renting for $38.00 per month which U- f i6, 7 and'-8 room modern houses. ( l lI

: 11} will enable you to hold the property without loss ,of Interest; it has W A."ED.-l00 carpenters and help ] Wanted Landlord, why not build them. I can

',.r 'k. -4 switch tracks in front of it; it is large enough for a FACTORY site, ers. Apply at nce, room 308 Thie- rent or sell such.' houses; give me a I "
I ., a WAREHOUSE site, a STORAGE YARD; It U close, to the bu<;1- Building. Sapr2 WANTESD.t-10t carpenters and help-. which list and try:me. .?tc1oiaJ fotfoch'tu
sen investment
F..t to make an
ness center of the city; as the city grovs this class of, property will ers. Apply at once, room 308, Thie-I SPECIAL BARGAIN "THE MOST BEAUTIFUL MAGAZINE
t 'f k enhance greater in value than any other class of property. It is notoften .sen Building. 8apr2t I will :yield: you a bg! profit It'sI IN THE WORLD"Ask
; 'i W.A.NTED-A good all-round printer, only a lot 66x90 feet but it'son A good paying turpentine businessfor
'r' that
4 a piece of property like this is offered for sale at the -
.t ) of doing first-class job printing and newsdealer for this
: i--; ;: price, $5250.00.This capable the corner of Garden $30,000. your superb
J and experienced in newspaper WANTED-To-1my old gold and silver Railroad strsets. If interested 40 acre improved farm 8 miles from magazine. If he does not handle it
ii work. Must be absolutely sober; no broken stuff No. 223 ask worth at send us his name and address with your
; 'j Is Not the House thai Jack 'Built. up regardless! of telephone and Pensacola $1200, can sell
," ."'-.rJ; ; drinking man need apply,\ Cook & sizes. Cash paid. Lightman &Klein, $600. name and address and xoc. for sample
c W"I., { Hutchison, Chipley, Fla.. Taprlm 106 E. Wright Phone 1127. forGEO. copy. Regular price 25c. Mention
:i r It was built by one of the most successful contractors In' the city. WPRYOR, JR.Miscellaneous. I this paper.

:.' ;srii The material was the best, the house was well built, tasteful and con- WANTED-Painters and carpenters WANTED.-A. R. Bingham wanti ;:. ..... I Burr Publishing Company
--I ;-WY-"
tl '':o;; venlently arranged... It has 7 rooms and hall, gas, bath andall mod- on Equipment Building Navy Yard I I your moving and hauling. He guarantees T. CRAWFORD 4 West 22d Street New York City
\ .
;; era conveniences. The neighborhood is good, near to schools and at once. 5aprlw* all breakage. Fiona: 630.
BI: ."; ; ; the business center. It will make you a nice home-514 North Hayne 315y2 South Palafox StreetHOTELS. .

m ', }: street Look at it. or let us show it to you and see if you do not WANTED-Old man for gardener, .1-1 For Sale

BI t: t .t agree- with us. We think the price- low.. ,. ... ,.. .. ... ...$2500.00 so servant for cooking, etc; white. .or J Jcolored. WANTED.-The-public to know that -
II IIt W., old be wn
I Apply mornings 20 newspapers can bought at .
: L. Diamond Tailor. .
TAILORING-B. ,
COLLECTION.VOF RENTS A SPECIALTY Wright St. 'T 20apr i this office for five cents a bundle; They ] FOR SALE-One good second hand
--wJnrauu-wwnr'nw
: Gents' cleaned tw
clothing pressed and
are all clean and.nice.WANTED .' safe. Will sell cheap. Apply roon.
I
1 repaired on short notice. No. 11V4 THE BROWN HOUSE Airy rooms,
: THE FISHER
REAL
;1 ESTATE AGENCY "AGENTS ANTEIY'1Experlencnot ] 3, Fisher building. hap! | :
necessary; pays for sickness,accident : -.-We want your orders los West' Government St. Pensacola Fla. good beds. Free. baths and sample
$: 1907 Art Calendars. "Over '300 original !-Idee.J. room. $2 per day. Special attention .'
206 SOUTH PALAFOXST. PHONE 87 and death. Address the Fraternal FOR SALE-7-room house. I "> '
ff Wsrfiri I! : Bankers .America. St- Louis, : design to'"select from. All to traveling.men. J.' R.' Brown, Prop., I room, 2 closets, pantry, city waif
; Fla l ISmarlm
Mvlst:5 I Ma 25maf4t prices. Mayes Printing Co., Pensacola. .- H. PORTER, sallmaker, 716. South DeFuniak Springs, Lot 10x131% corner 10th avenue *n

I-_ _ _ _ 16feb. 'Palafox' -street Orders taken for CENTRAL HOTEL, CHIPLEY, -Op.I I Desoto streets, East Hill. Apph 01.

Irfi WE LEARN you to make mirrors -&t tents, awningscamp stools and housecots. depot 'Large and well lighted 1 place. R. E. Coleman. lOapr 2w_'

DIRECTORY Professional! Directory home. Full guaranteed formula $5. .WANTED.-Electric-work of all kind. etc. Prices reasonable. Sljan. rooms. Free sample room. Meals at f FOR SALE-Carload Tenness.-,

. $ .. ""_-t wJw_\ mwJLWt.a- P. F. M. Co., Box 472, Pensacola, Fla. Iet us clean your'fans.repair: your all hours. SpecIal .attention to traveling be
mules. Can cttPou's
; l4t Joppa Lodge, No. 6, I. 0. 0. F. THOS. PEBLEY 13marlm dynamo, d,;; 'yourwiring, etc. Fiona SHIP CHANDLERS-McKinzie Oert. men. $2.00 per day. J. M. Tug- horses and McMillan & Turton.seen

tti Joppa Lodge No.6, I. 0. 0. F., 570. Pensacola 'Electric Co.. 205 S. ing & Co.. wholesale and retail ship gle, Prop. ISmarlm stables. aprlO.
meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30: LAW, REAL ESTATE. LOANS AND Baylcn. chandlers and grocers, only first-class
% o'clock at Rafford Hall, West GirdeD ,' WANTED .: house of kind in city. (Fair prices to all. CHIPLEY HOTEL Carl Setterlind,
COLLECTIONS I FOR SALE-Grocery store and residence
ti St. Visiting: brethren are.cordially laTited. arunrmAwnurrt, ---trIrIwis,rnj'LrWSU. WANTED.-AU kinds ot electrical f' Prop. Special attention' to commercial combined, including stock.
PALAFOX travelers. Free sample and bath
AND ROMANA. all Fine stationery, wedding Invitations,
self
kinds
l lm fr1#* T. H. FLEETWOOD. N. G. PHONE 55f. WANTED-Furnished house in nice batteries work. I and-other electrical electrical supplies. visiting cards; tally cards, etc. Celia rooms. Large rooms' with good beds. fixtures, ete; nice home, good water
North Hill for the block under fence. Cash
locality on sum one whole
J. W.GINGLES Sec. M. Robinson, representing The' Chas $2 per day. ISmarlm
mer. Address with particulars) Rent. When you need me ring 345 or 955. only. Corner Maxwell and 6th ave
H. Elliott Company, of Philadelphia.
31jan6m. er, care of Journal. 2t* E. W. Peake. new Star Laundry build. BAY HOTEL.-open night and day. Mrs. Z. P. Ryan, P. O. Box 614.
ing, E. Garden. 15d c. Smarlm. ] European plan. Rooms light and ISmarlm
,: Pensacola Lodge, No: 3. K.. of P. T YATES: M. D. WANTED: -Goofl: cook. Apply 120 W. i clean. Transienttrade' solicited.

<>.*;: meets every Monday evening at8 Wright St. MATTRESSES RENOVATED. New 575-579 S. Palafox. J&s. S.. Nicolaa. FOR SALE--Nice, clean old newspa.
);t o'clock: at their temporary Castle Hallo OPTICIAN Board and Rooms., tick' furnished if desired. All done Prop. pers at five cents a bundle. This of
I :*r 8r Iou stable W. IntendencU St. WAINTED-People at the Navy Yardto SJJWSLrJ1JWrn-JWnnJStSVtnflr In good order on short notice. Leave fice.
306 TW/ESDV BUILDING
welcomed. buy ice from the old reliable Ice' sLOST
brethren cordially
;Visiting FUlKNlSHEDl' &
ROOMS FOR RENT orders at Green Watson. Phone
4--:; J. A. KIRKPATRICK C. c. man officially recognized by the Val-- Privilege of light house keeping. 213 193. 7mar NTED-To loan money on yOU

FJ H. HORSLER K. of R. & S entine people. I will serve you prompt- East Government street Block a.nd'a I -wtr'Lrrrnn&rnC' .'. -n..j watches, Jewelry and personal ef
ly.. IF. N. Howell. llaprlw* LosT-A cash price {or old go.d:
half,from P a.ox. 10apr2w MA'ITRESSES.-Wholesale and retail shirt waist pin, set with fects. Highest ;
Meetings of the & Klein, l)i< E.
A'b Let us clean your Panama. Hats .- manufacturers and dealers in medium sized diamond.' Suitable and silver. Llghtman

t. ;'l Knights of Columbus cleaned, blocked and rebanded byex- NEWLEY FURNISHED rooms cotton, moss and E. & C. mattressesand reward for return. to 411 N. Spring I wright Phone 1127.
held ; very '
at their hall
are
i:. tK: pert workmen. Leave hats at Wagen- Second hand St llapr
betf springs. furni-
20 W. Romana
reasonable. Apply :
: No. 8 West Intend ha a
L'41; Il' FOR SALE-A. R. Bingham ;
+ heim's cigar store, 32 South Palafox. ture bought and sold. Upholsteringand -
i cia street, on every lOapril 3w St 10apr1w"I repairing done. Old mattresses LOST-Black water spainel. dog with good team of mules for sale. Sw

!'-, .& "%: A 7:30 Monday evening at renovated; new ticks furnished if de white spat: under chin; Answers to them on his new float! feb-*
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V o'clock. An in- W.-\NTED-Two cows with young I WANTED few regular boarders sired. 114 E. Belmont St., e city. name of "Black" iReward. Returnto ?,
TitatJ SALE-Lease or rer
to Tlfliting Knights. a te extended calves; one second hand buggy ani Also a few table boarders; in privateI Phone 771. Davis Mfg. Co., C. T. Davis 518 W. Wright or Home :Bakery. HOUSES FOR Apply '
one set single buggy harness. Answer I family; good location;. convenient to Mgr. llaprlw* near car Una on Little Bayou.
tk1 JOHN B- JONES, I to Phillip Hannah, Little Bajoa4aprl6t
EDM. POX. Grand "Quick, care Journal. 8apr2t: car line; use of bath and phone, No. .
Recorder. Knight 401 E. Gregory. SaprlmPLEASANT LOST-Receipt book on1:East Hill Re.

t2 WANTED-Your orders for tailor-! I- I" .. CARRIAGES repaired and repainted.! ward for return to J. D. Goss. 313 loca'-d

Daughters of Rebekah. made clothing. We make your. ; ROOM to rent. sai( w. Floats built to order. Horse shoe.' N. ,Barcelona. llaprlw FARM FOR SALE-SO railroad acres.all .'!UV!
DR. J. U. MOCK at Cottage Hill on ;
Naomi Lodge, No. 10. Daughters of clothes fit. Let us take your meas, Chase. t 8apr I lug a specialty. J. G. Welsh CarriageCo. in and with large house, barns cpt'* .
ure. Lamm & Co., Chicago, W. O. 27feb
Rebekah meets a-
t tA.4dJ
every Monday nightat houses, etc. Creek runs througn
8 o'clock in L O. O. F. hall VisitIng Dentaj Surgeon. Wells, agent, Chipley Fla. 7aprlm NICELY FURNISHER ROOMS for _. For Sale.- land, and 4 or 5 springs are alo! 11

,sisters cordially! invited to be pres I II rent. Apply Mrs. E. Coulson, cor -a the land. Plenty shade trees and! #

a ent. I Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.. SECONDHAND Highest price CLOTHING for WANTED -'. ner Chase and Spring Sts. 8apr Money to Loan. FOR SALE-One mantle folding bed, pie, pecan, peach and plum ''' **.
paid
i; : MRS. B. R. WITKOVSKISS Painless! Extracting of Teeth. gents'clothing .. of fine brre
only. Sell second hand WW S W H N '' *' Ml l S lt l S gas range, drssssr, wash stand, dinIng Good soil; also hare a lot

WILLIE KENDRICK Sec. 28/2 S. Palafox St. Dress suits for rent 9 E. Intendeacia.goods. FOR RENT Furnished or unfurnished $10,000 TO LOAN! at Current rates of table, dishes, etc. Apply 36 S. I chickens, ducks, hogs, goats, ,!pea oi
7< and .9 Old Armory Building. interest Pensacola Investment Palafox. 7aprlw* fowls. nisenns.!: eesse: and tuI' Y-
L M.- E. B. A. No. 81, meets flret and ,' 6 room cottage at Big Bayou near I
kind i it 'Mi!
:
Phone Company all Reasonfor selling >
1077. Aprill-lw.
'fr third Wednesday evening at 7:30 p. WANTED-By a young man, position' car line, facing water. Apply P. 0.I A great
& :J- m, Rafford Hall, No 10., West Intea- as stenographer. A-l references i Box 364, City. Saprlw. J FOR SALE-Fine"hotel site; best 'situation have: no one to manage investment place. or
I i
either
in the c'tyfor tourist ho- bargain as an
r : dencia streett1 furnished. Address C-2, care Journal. a
MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody borrows fam oa
: A. 6. FELL, Pres. ,I I Saprlm. NICE 'FURNISHED ROOMS for money from Jno. A. Hall & tel 13Q feet frontingsouth by 172 feet for party looking for a good Ever; nmS
rsnt, 'I which make
I .. to money.
NEW REAL deep on East Government street
ESTATE LIST over
J. L. SWEENEY. Sec.
E. Government street :No
.-- ? _ _ _ WANTED-Stenographic work ] suitable for light housekeeping. Co.- 16 Whenin looking Seville! square and Adams genuine and just as repreht-n'e'
I I of any ] Privilege of phone and bath. Apply need' call on us. 9feblm fake. Write call on W. H. ll1-*an.-
Pensacola Lodge No. 4,1. 0. 0. F. nature. Will give satne street with open view of Pensacolabay or
prompt at-
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FOR SALE 810 E. Gadsden St., or phone 896. for further ,> > c-
No. 4 ., $10,000 will buy the property. Box 453. Pensacola,
_j Peasicola Lodge L 0. 0. P tention., Phone 285. 3apr m. 1 :::111! !
2Smarlm. LOANED all
meets every ThursHarvewlnj at 7:301at MONEY on kinds of per-:! lapr. -1 ulars. ,-- ---
the new hall on West Garden! W.A1\T'fED-The public to know I ronal property on short notica. land i ha.:
,that of
Six houses in West King Tract FOR SALE-95% acres
Terms easy. J. B.' Gray & Co., 2 W.Romana. .
tc Btreet. VisiUng brethren cordially. we can do' all kinds of1' repairing ROOMS CHEAP-(Furnished or unfurnished FOR SALE-Full blood white Wyandotte Tuaae; *
renting for ,$30 per month ...$2850 Phone 1165. lfeb mile from city, northwest;
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Hitei tatited. E. GREENBLATT, float building, borse shoeing, etc. J. suitable ,for, light house- eggs, Beacon of. Boston strain][timber land, sub soil clay; 251\4\ Hllner
:. NEVILLE. Secretary Rouse in WestEnd; renting for G. Welsh Carriage Co. 27feb keeping. On the Hill.! locaton! high $2.50 setting of 15. Few very fine'f cultivation, clay sub soil. Dr. T. *

"'- $10 per month good neighborhood and healthy. Close to car line. Apply -MONEY TO LOAN.-on real estate or i cockrels ready for \he'yard. Address LaFar, 519 Guillemarde St.
0. W.
W. .. .. ., .. .. ..$1000 COURT HOUSE DYEING. Pressingand 314 E. Strong.' Phone 1213. other 'sufficient security by applj. i Chas. Murray DeFuniak! Springs, FIn. 30mar2w .
tart Oak Camp No. 1, W. U. W. 16marlm. -
to Thos. Pebley, cor. Palafor and: Slmarlm
Cleaning Club, 212 N.DeVHlersSt. Ing ]
in Pythian Hall let and 3rd I '
meets Five lots on North Hill, if taken Romana, up stairs. Unovm.M lodging house for
beach month. ., Mrs. T. J. Davis, Prop. Your pat FOR SALE-My
i Wednesdays cordially Invited. VialUn&lOyerelgna at once.. ,'- ., .... ..- ...$3000()() ronage solicited; satisfaction guaran NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS for t --- LUMBER FOR SALE--Sessoms-Wtlt- sale. Fourteen rooms newly fur
rent. Good location and reasonable 1 i ted Co., Bonifav Fla.; 3lmar2w* It is on a goo'lpaying
P. A. BOGHICH C. C. teed. Careful attention given ladies'! MONEY TO LEND-On good real e9I Dished: throughout
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Five lots fronting Toledo square terms. 401 W. Chase St. ical'a
Phone 1222.WANTED.Haullng 4api2w security or on good collateral basis and central ;
LESLIE ,B. BROOKS. Clerk. New City, .. .. .. .. ... ...$1000 garments. gfeb i I tate at lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks. FOR SALE.-A ,photographers outfit. ly; blocks from'postoffice; part cas.

; j1j >- Woodman' Circle. One block In New City on tar : and transfer I PLEASANT place to board on North I pjherbU11thng. 21Jan Cheap. Apply Fisher FurnitureistGre !I Apply to Mrs. B. M. Trainer, 1.8:! ,

: 'I Hill, on car line. Address No. 8,' 138 E. Intendenda St. 27mar I E. Government St 30ma
1Th W. 0. W. C., Oai Brove, No. 4, work. Office phone 363 residence
line.. ,. ,. .... .. .. ....$4000 'I' ; care Journal. 27mar bJ,
Circle meets Thurs- 390. Acosta & White 22-23 LOANED on all kinds'of goods
% Woodmen every phone N.!. MONEY personal : FOR SALE-Household
SALE OR RENT
FOR -'Two
:4.t1;: flay S p. In.. 2d floor Pythian Hall, overoU'8 Half block (.New City on bard Tarragona St. 25mar., property on short notice. one with capacity for 75 llghters;" _clothing linen and dishes ApplY
thousand
ROOMS FOR RENT furnished ft
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r- stable, on Intendencia! street. or un Terms easy. J- W. Bullard. upstairs 531 E. Government St.25tnaT1m'.
Visiting sovereigns cordially Invited.4'Ec roadverlooking; Bayou Texar $1500 I NEW UPRIGHT PIANO to exchange furnished. Mrs. M. J. Robinson, 600 28VS South Palafox Sl. Phone 1144. lumber.., the Rates.other reasonable.thirty thousand capacity. -, r-tandard_ br -l
Gadsden St. Also two FOR SALE- -Essa
h Mrs. Leona: Langford, Guardian;. Mrs. These are. all 1i t-class pieces of :]I. for lot on East HilL Address" P. 24marjm.WANTED 8no skiff boats for sale cheap, ,22 ft. long,i prize winning .Barred Rock: fitef'*

: M.. B. Olsen. Clerk. property 'and 'are gilt edge invest. 0.. Box 207. 30mar A few boarders at 212 w: UNLIMITED, amount. or money to loan 5 ft. beams. yeleph n :or'write 1. A.1 $1.50; fifty $3. Also Ohio lmprcve'l Mrs:
ments. Chaffin & Co., Milton. Fla. 25mar White Pigs, pedigreed.
Gregory. New house, good neigh. all kinds of personal property I Chester .
ft;; CARPENTERS WANTED. WANTED. The Mercaanti Transfer borhood and on car line. ISmarlm:! on Special rates to business men on large JUST RECE'WED-Large' shipment of I Lizzie B.* Hughes, Chipley, Fla.22marlm

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wanta moving and baullnj.: _
Co. your Jeans. The New York Loan Co.. 204Saith % Olive. Oil Retail
All breakage guaranteed.. B. Tnor- NICE FURNISHED ROOMS far.reQt. imported by pint,j !"
_' 100 CARPENTERS AND HELPERS D. HALE WILSON 6 CO. Pa1SI0LFOR I gallon or larger qUIi t ty. G. Morasso! S. C. BROWN EvHORX5-KU
Phone 978. clean
len, Prop. ISJunelm Newly furnished, and nice record, 2w( V"
i WANTED, TO BUILD CATTLE PENS I & Co., ship"chandjers .and' grocers 701"South : Hughes Strains; egg
near postoffice. ,Apply: at 128% E. j and fanciers Schck
4ON.STEAMSHIP.. APPLY AT ONCE Palafox. 40ct pullet The farmer's
10 ROOM 308 THIESEN BUILDING. REAL: ESTATE, WANTED.-Real Estate for sale'or Government street. ,-Mrs. B. M. Trainer. _ReNT '. i i :n. Eggs for hatching- An al:

'\CXPECT TO BEGIN WORK WEDNESDAY rent leasa or exchange. :Your ,business 7janlm. .- Jtn.nLr-:1tr Lf' -Lrrj'- -_ ON THE HIGH LAND East Hill electric fertile guarantee. Prices: Pea So-

MORNING AT BAYLEN RENTS AND LOANS respectfully solicited. J. A. Wil-' A. R. BINGHAM has>otorage room tor'rent car 'line, six ,Jots ,100 ft. front 1, $2 pens Nos. 2 and 5, $1.50 for 13

6TREET WHARF. son, Real Estate Agent 22% W. Gov- Old newspapers at five cents a bundleat suitable for furniture or other by 137% deep, corners','$700, Inside Sunnyside Poultry Farm, DeFuni-/
'1- F. M. WILL1AM&' 30 S. Palafox St. ernment street, Room 7, Salisbury this office. They are all clean goods, 104 and 106 South Tarragona lots $600. There. are nfc better situations Springs, Fla. References-anyone l

Contractor. Phone 234. / building. Phone 172., 23Jan and nice. St., Phone 65Q SOno than these lots.,. .J.:. 'V. Clubbs. the, city. 13raanir;

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JOURNAL, WrDN'E3QAY MORNING '
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Thousands h Day Who Are Looking f Bargains :


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I FOR SALE r..o.eI' ._ ..................N........ NN........ McMillan Brd Co.
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user BARGAIN Piano mahogany LIST PIANOS One:order I' AUSLIY: I > ... j

was $350. price now $275, used only 6 COMPANY I <
>6
a few months.. $10 cash .balaac. 58TnOQt. Carloadof ;

per handsome case, was $300 e :
Irving
now $in*; very little used. Terms $10 COMMISSION BROKERS, if. .

cash! J5 per month. i

Clttter-vas large$tOO now handsome$335. A mahogany bargainTerms 11 WEST INTENDENCIA. STREET, FENSACOIA, FLA : MOBILE. ALABAMA. :-
case; .
$15 cash, $8 per month.
glehlia. high grade mahogany;' was : Private Bethesda Wabr ,
Y. N.
Wires.N. 0. and
U60 noff $390; rented only fewIOOnths Chicago.iconONSTOCHSGRAINPROVISIONSandBONDS. i MARKETS
: $20 cash. $10 per month.
Sterling. ebony case, was $35
$120, $10 cash. $6 per month. Naval Stores. 11
Clutter large size, mahogany case; 1 Savannah, Ga.. April>10.-:The: naval
used seven months was f 400 now stores market closed today'follows:
: Bought and Sold on Margin or for Investment. ,
. $jT5$10: cash $8 per month. i W1/W.5 20WQ
Kigali, walnut case, was $375 used .6 1ftN Just Received.

two years now $185, $10 cash, bal | Reference: First National! sad Peoples Bank L Phone 1173 .- .4 90 ",
ance $7 per month.All I M.. r... ...4 80 ..
of the above are upright pianosand .-.............................................. ....... ., ...4 50 .. a
we guarantee them. We have ,16 : 1., 4 30 -
square pianos from $15 to $45. 50c H.4 10 So great has been the demand for this ,i

per week; 'good for practice. G.t.3 '75 a

CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE Don't You Need a Carri a ge Shed? P.. ..... .3 70 excellent mineral water that I find !
it
Pensacota, Fla. or a shed for the : E...... .. -.. .,..3 60( necessary -
wagon and farm implements! Protected D '... .1f!:. : ;.. ..o..360 1
from u *. .
fuR. SALE--One story building and the weather they will Jast '" "
longer
bakery on South Palafox St.: Applyto form more satisfactory service.. and per G.; ... ::"...65.3 60 :: to order.it in carload lots. i
Spirits Turpentine : % cents
A. D'Lustro, 611.613 S. i ,
or address We Want to Furnish the Lumberas i .

ralafox, City._llaprlw .. well as the nails and other hardware necessary in its AUSLEY CO.'S REPORTS !! "

fOR SALE.-Improved and unlmprov-- erection. Framing may be had for J16.00 siding $10.00, Liverpool Cotton Market. ,1
ed property in all parts of the city.j shingles 1.75 and 2.25 and wire nails on a $2.35 base. ':
A. Wilson &; Co. Raa1 Estate Agents, Jan.FebFeb.l! .........-...........-..-......Cloee.. It is the Best Water on Earth j
RoOm 7, Salisbury building. Phone ar...........:........................ I
11%. _28Jan Saunders Mill Company lr.r..1.prU..,....o ........BjAprilMay .I ,:
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AUTOMOBILES am agent for the ..... 6dMayJune : 1
Co. and can sell autos Phone 717. 21 East Garden .6.01
Pope Mfg. you Street. .
June-Jily ........ .J.QS: 0
from $500.00 up. They cost less than July-Anauet ..............."fl.03 I Stick to your :old friend and drink the water : !

horses to keep up. They cat be run : AngMt-Beptamber i......................8.97 I
!in sand or anywhere & horse can. go. September-October ....... ....NN..8.83 I
Leslie E. Brooks._ Oatober-NoTember ..':...:t,......,"......5,75 I which you are sure will do you good. It is the 4
S.u.E-Ten new and second HOTember-Dec.mber .....7............ ..5.74 .
FOR! : hand office safes,:different Deoeicb r-jMiii7-' ........ .......i..I 5.74
second
Liverpool Spots,617. .'': j I original mineral water and :J
sizes best makes at bargain prices, .

Scarritt St.Moreno office East Government .24maqX Large Fortunes From Little New York-Cotton Market i ...\ .?,1


| >R SALS An installment businessia January Open 10.11S .High 10... Low Oloso
10.83
10.6MaT )

counts.Pensacola Will sell iwita cheap over for 500 cash.lease Owner ac Savings Grow. July lUG 11.20 1133 1L22 10.24 11.17' 11.211 11.33 -- It is a Healthful Refreshing BeverageIt 1:1:

has other business and cannot attend August 11.03 11.04 U.03 1103 ,
to it. Address "Me" care this OOtobel'.lO,59 10.61 1059 10.61

office. _8apr December.10,61 10.63 10.60 1061
,I Hew York Bpoti, 11.80
Pekin
)'OR SALE/ Choice duck eggs
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$150 per dozen. Single comb J And keeping everlastingly at it brings I New Orleans Spots, 11"Wheat is bottled by the Bethesda Mineral Springs it j

brown Leghorn eggs $1.00 per setting.B. success. $ ;; ,
P. rocks the same $5.00 per hun- Open B1r ].ow Clos
dred delivered in Pensacola. 3 triosof Xay.-.......7774 78% ?77X 78" Company Waukesha Wis. and there is a
If have ,
ducks at $5M a trio. Plain 'directions you not a.bank,.account now, Js1y.-77y4. T83 '77% '1'8"' j

given upon request.to raise poul- start: one by all means and "keep ever Corn., .
4ry In qty lots succes lly. F. N. Open High .Low. Clou "new man in every bottle !! P t .
HoweU, Box 36, Warrington, Fla. lastingly at it, then watch, i it grow. Iat............45 f 13 463 ...
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JulT_ ......45% 44' 45% 46 :
:80mar2y !J
5 We pay four per cent compounded New York Stock Market


FOR competition SALE stop-;;Shoe good established making opening and trade for repairing ;goodman no semi-annually ment.HRST. in our: savings depart cop Southe.: PaciAc........!.'.....Open/109lA 88 Cloo ioA. 67 Call for I It$ and Insist on Having It : j


J. Mindel, Bagdad Fla. S.R.......................1aoya iaAteh
teprtSt_ ,'. ..............:.....-. ,. J2 921( ,
OR SALE-Registered Berkshire A.R..rr .! 8 15)*
loss; best of breeding. Ask for 11;.R. 1'........:...i............). 86,. 84 ,
catalogue. Carl Setterlind Chipley B..t O.......... co" Illy ,. You should have it at club at
Fla. lute............._.........!'f..1I7.... 44% /r your your '
NATIONAL BANK 0-J'.I 60X 00
U.8............ 41y 41 I favorite saloon and on your sideboard:
U.R.. prflTerrel......... ,.106% I084i I ,
Legal AdvertisementsAattachment OF PENSACOLA FLA. TJ.i.... ;......-.........:,;.: 8Xs- ; f
Notice.. L.II zr--: .........:,....:'.:.."..,148 ( '}o 473 .- ,.
Notice is hereby given of the, institution 1 W.KKOWIJS. : ,Prea.,JN*.Z.'Hrxa Ja..,P.-Pres. and Cashier Lead....!............., ...!i82\: 81% I .
T,W.BBKTT and. .W.. N.ROBBRTS, Asst. Cashier P.51....................:........ 94y r .
E.: B. Hester of an against attachment Reginald, suit -by Hester Mrs. .X 3CTOas-fl't 0.. -Brent., \f' A.. DG..Blount Brent' W. Htlj;. noiirtes. W.,K. Hyer. Jr, V.0..........!,...,........ .._ :.. 49,4 gW 493.ca. } I A M'OO..Q >

a .. .... 111 .
in the Circuit Court of the iFlrst Judicial N.Y.O..'.' : .1 .... .111.11),'.,; I s F
Circuit State 'Florida, in and P.O.M..f..r..J"B.E 71 .1 94 : ,, 5' .!
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for Escambia County and the said defendant R'D'G.. ..1.... !!;.iJ ...1 .r lt8yj''i i95 X .I I ,

.and all other persons interested : SRP..... .......h...::.;id. 15 174 q :
are required appear.to.th actionon R.I.......:....:..........:;;.3".27\i\ 2674 !
the 2d day of July A. D. 1906.. R. NIt Jie9? .............. ...... toy' ssyl!! '
P. Reese, attorney for plaintiff.UmaroawSm. T.O. ..__..... .. "
c.W.U. ", PrullIent. JOn PFEIFFER Isalstw-CU'It Penna.... ,............:::r..111- 1 ,i : Wholesale Liquor( Dealer
SHERIFF'S SALE. U. E. ct-Prelldrilnd Cuh er.. .J.W.ANDREWS,Astbtaat Cashier. U.P.......... __.. :',1 ,1S3J : j

By virtue of an execution issued Ausley & Co's. Daily Cotton' Letter. Pensacola Fla.
out of the Circuit Court. cambia THE AMERICAN NATIONALOf BANK ,.
English
County, State of Florida wherein New York, April 1Q.'ihe ,'I 1
markets this mQrning were 3 on
up I _
Charles Williams is plaintiff and Cal PCHSACOLA. FLk. .
spots sales of 10,000 .hales while futures
Smith is defendant I have/levied/ upon I fl: n nnm__n. J!: .... ,;HtH-;:: : :'._ tIn: :: n
DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. were 5 to 7 points higher when I L saivlx+i : ( -u
and will sell at public outcry, to the a decline of 1 point to unchanged was I

highest bidder for cash in front of CAPITAL STOCK, $20 frOi SURPLUS, $6'.CH. looked for. Private cables stated the !
the county court house door on Mon advance was due to covering over: the market at the present and that is to Report of the Condition of

day, the 7th day, of May A.. D., 1906 DIRECTORS. coming holidays and stated that the I I buy tan dll IJH..o U:..c.uia 6Uva II a.nI':
during the legal hours of sale the following ;Liverpool market was heavily short' actions will yisld good returns if well SHIPPINGNEWS[ The American National Bankat
described real estate to-wit: Henry L. Covtngton, Frank ReIlly, F. E. Brawner, and the weaker portions were! afraidof and patiently margined.:
Ftuated:' lying and ''bein'; in Escam- J. M. Pfeiffer, W. 8. Rosasco, C. W. Lamar, the coming Pensacola,
Wa County Florida the NW% of Bryan Durmoidy, T. f. McGoarin, J. Satindcn, long holiday .........
The United States Government issued IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA AT
A. M.Avery W. H. "Milton 0. !. \tsura.w. F.&A.M. s
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JTOli of.section 24, township 2, N. Arrived.
U.e.thoH. Dr. W. J. Hannah, (McHttuic OerUno.M. its first weekly weaker report Special meeting of Escam- THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS
range 31, west containing 39 and Alex (JttcSowtn, C. Covlngton, E. Clark. to1ay covering a period of' ten days _A.. JD-400 acres more or less. past. Taken on the whole, this report 13th. Pass en route to. Rotterdam.
7:30 p. m. Friday April I
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JA'S.:' C.VAN; PELT. was rather unfavorable to the market Cleared.
Account of Banks, Individuals,Corporations and Firms Sof lted. Work in M. M. Decree. Visiting
p- NOTICE Four per cent Interest Pald on Time Deposits. rain was needed in a great many sec are C. D. BEYER W. JL Montevideo with 922,000 ft lbr and 439 discounts .........._u $1,885,0989
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Notice is herebygiven that on the tions. The weather the first part of W. G. DAHLEY. Sec.CREW bbls rosin. Overdrafts..,.._secured....u.....and...-..nnseonred. ... 116,18281
the week was unseasonably cold frost -
14th U.8.bonds to secure circulation.K.( (
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day of A. I will ..
April D..19'06. ape !, leing reported from a great many VESSELS IK f'CRT. I'remiumonU.8.bonds......... ]10.0000(
;Ply} to Hon. Henry Bellinger county .. ................. .NOt'0... ............. quarters but the latter part of the NOTICE. 8tumsnlps.Alpha Bon49 se
for Judge of Escambia County Florida J. fl. REESE President.' 2. W. MBNEFEH. Cashier v.eek was much warmer some sections Neither the Captain Own Ger Str, 2693 Brink Hull to BanBng fixtures douse........mhnrnnare"ana..................
an order -
authorizing the sale, at '' B. Id. CARY. VicepresidentI reporting temperatures unusually high ers nor Consignees' the. order. i Other real estate owned ........ 24,600 8.00009 OOi!
Private sale of the interest of Thos. J. for the time of the :year. a British steamship Cayo August Belmont, Br ss, Clarke, Due from National; i

Sinnott, Wm. J. Sinnott Jos. G. Sin :I THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF PENSACOLA. Repcrts coming to us from private Bonito will be responsible 2967; Bremen to Gulf Transit Co. Agents Banks )(not.....reserve. .............._ 41Jga5Q a
nott' Annie M. E F. Sinnott Mary V.I Director*-L. J.., R4OVCs.J. .. Reese, W. DeC. Kessler, ft,. M. Ca7r sources from a great many sectionsdo for debts contracted by the! Ascension De Larrinaga Brit Str, Due from State bank
S'nnott, Alberta M. Sinnott. Kathleen :I W., A. D'Alemberte, T. A. Jennjnga, J. J. Hooton. not altogether bear this out and crew of said vessel.. : Kramer 2693 Manchester to Gulf and bankers.... ........__..? 67,82533
E. from 3
reserve
Sinnott and Lester L. Sinnott ml- TR1NSA.OTS. A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. there can be not doubt but that crop W. WTDGERY. Transit Co. i Due agents approved......... ......... 223,688.77
aors in and to the following described : YOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED.. preparations are very late and witu Gulf Transit. Co., Captain. Argo, Br ss. 1970, Dove Buenos, Checks and other cash
real estato. to-wit: Lot thirty-four ..... ........................ ....,. .......... some little bad weather now the poi; Consignee. Ayres. I Kotts Items other.......Nationalbanks ........-......N... 4.00315 '

((34)) of the Donaldson Track In Cityof tion of the market would be very much Cayo Bonito Br BS., 2213, Widgery, ..... ................_ 11,87000
Pensacola, Escambia County, FlorIda : "--- stronger and should it become .strong CREW NOTICE Coatzacoalcos to Gulf Transit Oo 1MnUonalpaper cur.

said lot having a frontage of 80 enough to convince the heavy strong Neither the owners cap- Dora, Br ss, Mitchell 1459 Buenos rency cents.,..nickels... .... ..and............... 81131
feet on the north side of Romana I L HILTON OBEBXPx* n HS.B. T.E. WBULBS, Vioi-PaasiDwrt. shorts in October and December that Ayres. LAWFUL :MonT Bi-
tain
consignees of the
street i .M.BUaHNTLL HIIB: t >MAHSHELD MOREKO,Assy.Citizens OA.IIID untenable there or Dinnamere Ital 2538 Penco, DI BAliK,viI:
by a of feet their position was a BS. uaya
depth 203 more of
less steamer Vivina, will be re Transit Sped....................$Ci.02815
fireworks in those Norfolk Gulf Co. .
on the, east side of DeVlllier."in. National Bank vould 'be some to tendemotes '
J. Sinnott Guardian of Thos. J./ --, I months which would astonish the na- sponsible' 'for debts contracted Kerriemoor, Brit BS Scorer, 2109, Legal .-...............27,160 1 00-84,18315 '
: the crew of said
by
Sinnott, \\'m. L 'of Peasaoola, Flortda.U1RECTORd1. tives. Venice. Redemption fund withU.
Sinnott Jos., 0. Sin
nott, Annie :M. E. F. Sinnott, Mary V.' -. The visible supply of American cot vessel. Loppersum Dutch ss, 1276 Dull. Rotterdam 8. Treasurer (5% (
(
Sinnott .Ge*. W.Wright )lOnil Bear. T.B.w.nes. Bin II. Robinson. L. Hilton Green.. ton is decreasing rapidly ana'' while >BUSTINZA! to Pensacola Lt>r. Co. ofcirenlation.IOOOo00.403,8i1,66' :
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E Sinnott Alberta and M.Lester Sinnott L., Kathleen Sinnott. A GENERAL/ BAWJriJVO BUSINESS TRANSACTED. the movement shows no preceptia-bte: GULF TRANSIT' CO., Captain. Monsaldale, Brit s9 1783 Davis, Total............ ...........?. $2,2',4,98426'

March 6, 19O I4mar-oaw4w falling off so far this week all indications Consignees. Santos to H. Baars &: Co. Liabilities.
t point to a decided move In that Runwick Br. ss,. 1840, Arkle Rio
stock paid in.............. 3t
.[ direction in the very Bear future. The x Janeiro to W. S. Keyser & Co. !I Capital Sl1lplus fund .................... $ 20n/XIQOk 110.00000'. (
mill the past few weeks Senator Holleseen, Ger ss, Lange, Undivided profits, lees
Pensacola heavy takings ........expenses......
Sf.! Andrews and have reduced the visible supply materially 1232, Cardiff. and taxes paid. ... 80.20183{ ,
'K' M.] ;.Cary.. OAR .43. db CC. Jna Ste slnsaap. and there does not seem any Spennymoor Br. ss,. Nairn, 1722 Due National to other bank National noted outstanding 20UUWW' a

Gulf Steamship Co Wkoleialo and:Retail Dealer i. indication of a slackening in this direction Money Counts Huelva. banks.................. $ ,358.0
Due to State banks and
STEAMER TARPONWDO Steam Domestic,' Anthracite f\ fA very soon. If Well Spent.No Ehlps'. bankers..... ......... 16096490indivldualdepostgsub.
f .
Trieste.
Cable advices from Liverpool state Orpheus Aus ship, .Medanlc s..
: !)f'k BARROW, Master. and Blacksmith WJ M L.Offlc that the Englishman is;profiting by the matterwhat for I feet to check.......... 1,619,23266

-.L.s3 PASSENGER AND --Na. " shirts as
FREIGHT your ....... .
SERVICE lad Gonzalez streets. neighbor who refused to buy at the Dunkirk. Certified Checks 240 75Cashier's
Yard comer Tarragona Phones ,6 and 372 well as'other articles of personal Bal'lC.i.Precursore I checks outstanding '
PEN8ACOLA, MOBILE.swdefi-,APALACHI-- former double advance the contracts i"11 as he a is result able he to has fill wear, if they're squeezed to Ital bk{ Schiaf&no, 1508. ............. 280S4-r 1,734,75444 s

COLA. CARRABELLE ST. AN- from'his present supplies and now'hasten death in high pressure machinery Genoa to Rosasco Bro!; J Total...*...................... 12.274&,6928
DREW8, MILLVILLE. depend upon America for enough to they can't last long. Our Scillin Ital bk, Zeno; 1220 South-. !
Ana; all points on St Andrews machinery was built with view to Rosasco Bros. j sun OFFIXRIDAJ0 .
Bays Order Your run him into the new crop. Liverpool hampton COUNTY Ot ISCASBIA. ( '
Carrabelle and. Apalachlcola.' y tried that game a few times and while of, flying best possible finish Starthem Br bk, Maitland, 1272,i I, W. K. Hyer.Jr. cashier of the above
SCHEDULE ICE COAL and WOOD they now shed many .tears in sympathy with least damage to fabric. Antwerp. named bank do solemnly swear that the i
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Leave Peaucoia Sunday, 8:30 n from U1eConsumers. with the continent they hang on Your laundry money Is well Schooners. f above statement and belief.is true to the best of m1
JR., for Mobile, Alt like grim death to what they now have spent U spent withThe Donna Christina, Am $ch, McJJeod' knowledge W.K.UTEB, JR.Cashier..
Leave Peniacola. Tuesday SSO n. j leD and Fuel Company when the continent 165 Cardenas. ., ; .
and bid the price up
afalcola It, for ;St.Carrabelle Andrews and, MillvlUe, Apa- Qfflce-Comer ,Chase:and Tarragona. Phone 25* comas inItt fact they are Star Steam Joseph W. Hawthorn'Am scb. 516. I! flay Subscribed of April,and wo .sworn to before me this- 9th
( t.a. intennedi&tt'o working the continent in the same Hoffses to J. -Menitt.---eo-' ;- OEO.8.EJERY; -
For manner America worked them. Verily John Paul Am sen; 352, Toss; to J. Notary Pablio.
additional Information .. Laundry. commission expires Feb.2$,19C9.
apply 'O1 the. Englishman is Blow to learn but A. llerritt & Co. My ,
West:
J R. Correct
I. R. COBB,. 6AUNDRIt3 President, once he gets his lesson he seldom,for- 57 E-,fltrflen St. Phone 114. Thos. S. Dennison Am sea,. Wade, WK.H. KSOWLJS, ) i ;
1329 Baltimore to order. }/''.C. BREST, \
for The Journal Penaacola. FUi
Gen gets
Frt. and P& Subscribe Directors't
Ptaiacoli !J'la.Aft.. {We can only; see one side to the "-- -,- .-. -.'--- .--- -. -.---', Union, Br sch, 72, Tela, Honduras. D.Q.Baanr )
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.:".;. I''i'1"1' \"V.'i-\I.:;t! _,'. Hart- S-- c h' a 0 If.. nor, &. Marx. RECENICHANGESI[ [ N [5 5IN l : [X Hl W li51[ Hale and Happy at 81



Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Fournier, Aged 83 and 76 Years Respec.

< [ L 115.T [ U 5N 5 IFIGHIIIT T T TlmNCITf. tively, Who Recently Celebrated Their 57th Wedding Ann!.

inS fof ; SS : versary, Attribute Their Health, Strength and Longevity

r, to Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey, Which They Have BUsing
Fine Suits for Men
fet for Years

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:;; ,I are finer than ever this season You will t I _

[ :{.: note the length of the coat this ,season is

R generous to the extreme in, l length, yet,so Orders Issued d by Secretary Bonaparte i n :Receives Letter from

t.<-? j cleverly cut that there's no<; appearance of During the Week. | tc: ) ..1w
l""t.LiatJft Officialoi'Bowie'sChurch.
1 sagging
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.,( & ". : .;. Just Passed.The ; Explaining Situation. % \
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:f TheFabricis t.: .. .

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following changes
& t connection with the! prasent row
: .'f service were reported by the navy department
\ a' recived
nr. City letter yestei-
; -i*; } Pure Wool during the past week. a resident of this city, who
:* :* T3Sh4 : Captains-W. P, Day detached time,* $gp paid, a visit: to the _
$ ; Island yard and granted two of Elijah III, for lh pur-
none of the mercerized stuff sold by some leave with permission to go abroad cf investigation will prove of in .-

ff&; under !the guise of "just as obd."' Quaker C. G. Calkins retired. ordered' to Newport Th First Aipostle referred to C.S -S. _ _
& R. I. and report to Alexander Bowie. The.l>!tter
: : Gray is the leading color this spring with Second Naval District for court martial follows ______ S
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tl'( the New Blue a close second while the fancies ,duty; W. ,S. Hughes retired, Brother in' Christ! :. ; ; ._S 5 .:::;: .
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dered to duty in office of Judge S
or'j I leJier of April"3rd. .was re-
:r ri11! enjoy,too, very wide and deserved l popularity vocate General ;' thijiriaorning.: It is.now. before S._ :
Commanders M,.- Hughes commission reply;:,: : _
t'i SUIT PRICES $6.00 TO 25.00 .announced; H. M7 W'.tzel: retired ; regard to your inquiries! I desire I ABRAHAM FOURNIER
MRANDMRS. -
detached command of the .Lancaster that much that has been in the
S and ordered home;' J. E. Parker ,newspapers regarding occur They take greaipleasure in giving full credit to Duffy's for having prolonged then
detached Mare Island yard in Zion City is' true. The re lives and kept them.well and strong.
i'd THE JOHN WHITE STORES ordered to the Lawton: W. WI : have been. very fair during all ...Both my wife and myself are well on towards the century mark of We thanks t,
detached the Lawton and. Duffy's Pure'Malt Whiskey, which we have always used. I am past 83 and my wif< ,I.
home. S Leaves of Healing and Banner .over 78 years of age. We are both robust and happy,and are only too glad to tell an}.
body that Duffy's has prolonged our lives by a good many years.
1 ii Specialists In Men's Lieutenant Commander-F. L. Chapin ot being published regularly at i'We celebrated our 57th wedding anniversary on November 13th, and trust with th.
Wear. detached Bureau' of Navigationand Account of .lack of finances, aid of your grand medicine to live to celebrate many more"-ABRAHAM: FOURMER
,tt t' 205-107 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET ordered to Newport News ShipBuilding ,. I cannot:: send you the 613 Hickory Street, Syracuse, N.'Y., Dec 4th, 1905. -- -- $:" ... S .
Co. in connecton! 'with .the a? you.request. We hope that
;' PHONE 252 S45i Louisiana and orderto vessel difficulties will soon be over

1 .......-Ai : ... commissioned; F. B. Bassett : and that th? papers will go out Duffy's Pure MaltWhiskey
to Cavite Station.LieutenantsU.. again.
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are doubtlessly aware of the -'
H. Dunn ordered I ; nearly' two months If you wish to keep strong( and rigorous and have on your cheeks the glow c a>>
ago
,j & L BE3tI J. MENDEL the Independence; F. Swift retired Voliva who has been hi -perfect health, take Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey regularly, according to direction:
ordered to command the Fish-Hawk; and take no other medicine.. ,It is dangerous to fill your system with drugs; they poia
0 FREEPORT p H. H. Christy detached the Rainbowand of the work" in Australia for ,the body and depress the heart (quinine deV T
l Reese & Mendel! ordered home. ; :; 1 four years, was appoint by .presses the heart), while Duffy's Pure Malt '"
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., Apostle as Deputy General Whiskey tonea-& ld strengthens the .heart 9131'" c.lJ
Yd'? & Surgeons-J. A. Guthrie placed : He arrived here Februar/ action and purifies the enu> .)-gtem. It is ." 4 -
The B?.t'1e Taflbrs, the retired list. and tok, up his work immediate the only whiskey recognized as a medicine, '
l i' Special to'The Journal. Passed Assistant: Surgeons.. G. { \ since hi& arrival here mat and contains po fusel oiL This is a guaran- f S ?
VvSJ; Fr ePort, April '10.-Among the Smith detached Naval Hospital Mare been improving. tee.severe Duff tests,'.tot Pure forty Malt years Whiskey and has has always stood Q!!rI.

14T Freeport people who attended theclosing Island April 10 and ordered to Naval has worked very hard ,to get been found absolutely pure and,to contain '"
Builders : exercise of the Chautauqua Station Honolulu Hawaii{; J. P. Tray. on a sound financial basis and great medicinal properties.. 12
.. at-De Funjak; were Messrs Dawson. nor detached Naval Hospital, Boston in ayciperatlon with Deacon '- <,

McGuire, George, Mayo, Dasher Green April 10 and ordered .to the Southery Granger:, the Financial Manager, CAUTION. When yoa nk you 4Irarrtlt 9 .M..
I and \'Jones and Mesdames Wahl King, with additional duty at Portsmouth. policy has been changed or groCer for.Dafiy'.Pur Milt Whiskey be I -""
ofHen's WilsoJ\'aI\d :Miss Come Lc Ruttan. N. H. yard.Assistant I I ,. as it was very plain that; are you get medldml tb* geaglae.whiskey.It.-and s tbe Is one fold! absolutely only- S
S Mr; 'P. W.; Richardson and son Sutgeons--F. M. Munson f for the benefit of Zion. Tlis: la sealed pure bOttle5-ftCver bulk. Look for the -'
Weston'returned on Friday from Savannah -H. Shaw J. W. Backus and B. ,F. : Apostle did not approve,of this, -trade-eurfc, tb* "Old_Ctemlft," on the label, cad
Ga:, 'where they have spent Jeimess detached presnt duty and ordered ; ', s.nt a telegram to mike. Price.ore S the t.00.-ceal Medical over the booklet cork and I. doc-unbroken -

% I'' the last ten days at the bedside of to Naval Medical School, Washington Voliva, directing Mm that tor's edvlee .free.- Duffy. Malt Whiskey Go.,, NS
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Mrs.Richardson who has been Q'esper.a.tely for duty in attendance Granger should be' removed Rochester.Y. -
ilL The many friends "of Mrs. on fellowship! and that the'old pol-
course of instruction E. R. Marshall
1H Richardson will-be delighted to learn ordered to Naval ; to. Overseer Voliva re S ,, N; COLORING, Distributer.
that she Is'better and hope that she Station. Guantanamo to do this, as he saw that it .
T. G. Foster to . -- --- ---
; ordered
the Chicago
Finej2 T/ill soon be able to return home. block -all progress an .
!4jI ; F. M. Shock ordered to Naval !R'l'Ia!. -
% We regret to learn that the familyof the failure of Zion! fft : ,, -
Mrs. A.' -J. Griffin have little hope !Hospital Mare- Island; T. W.- Reed ; has taken a" v.ry decided stand'
for recovery. This.ladY has been suffering -ordered to N Y. yard.; W. S. Hoen the policy of the First Apostle I ALL' MEN :rHAL.L MEN MORTAL
Clothes.New intensely for the last three detached the Chicago ordered home spoken 'strongly against his : .
months and. we hope that the Great and.placed on waiting orders; H. T. : and mismanagement. BUT THEMSELVES
Physician .may yet. do for her what Nelson Jr.. ordered to Naval Academy people of this city have entire .
nrateria: medica has failed to' do. ; W, S. Pugh Jr., detached Naval : ; in 'Deacon Granger and d -' .
and up-to-date Jtne oi Spring Mr. Jno. Knight has purchased and Station Guantanamo and orderedhome ; L his- business ability that!] How about yon t"Do you expect to live always or bow to th .
and Summer. Suitings and Trouset is moving into the Blake residence ; G. S., Hathaway ordered to the have been improving recently.' Inevitable! ;]1ik i the balance of mankind?. Since it is the unev
; Ings. on Center St. Constellation; G. H. :McConnon ordered Voliva and Deacon Gran-, pected that usually happ ns,- don't you think it wise to carry
Suits from $17.50 to 5000. !'Mr. A. D. Mayo of'the firm of King to the Constellation; G., M. Olson in charge of the work! some insurance on your life? How about' a 20 payment: or an
Trousers from $5.00 to $15.00 ,:Mayo & Co., has purchased the r;sl-!- E. 0.J. Eytinge, F. E."'Sellers orderedto ; carry out the improvements I endowment policy in the Equitable.KnowlesBros.! .
4wq14 Join our Gentlemen's Suit duo. duce of 'Mr. Lee Ingram and Dame Asiatic Station, ; C. B. Munger ordered ; we .believe that Zion will
Costs only $1.5per/ month for press Rumor, whispers that he will soon to Naval Training Station San:1i'X; be. sound financially. Insurance,' Gen'l tts
ing and small repairs. leave the ranks of old bachelors.Mr. \JF'rancieco; M. E. Lando ordered to 'Flrst Apostle has been suspend Pensacolai
? Dyeing and Cleaning. of me 's ana Brioay a prominent cigar manufacturer Naval Station Tutuila Samba, with additional L the-Overseers from his offices Fire- Life. ,
.women's Clothes a specialty. i of Pensylvania came down duty on the Adams; F.t W.Dean fellowship in tha-C. C. A. C.
Iw Give us a trial! We will appreciate I from DetFuniak wit1 .Mr. P. D. Beville and J; R.. Dykes detached the : '' awaitingexplanation! of se
your business. the genial' representative of the Lewis Oregon, ordered to Washington: D.I I ; charges agrain'st- him S -
BearCo;, C. for to protect the creditors and
.REESE.MENDEL. TAILORING CO., Mr, ; special duty then home and ( : ct Zion Oversea Voliva, :+.4444......O......................................
Lee Ingram and Mr. T. H. Blak? await orders;. F. G. A'beken!' detached .1 :
jP; _.e! Phono 675. 11 N. Palafox sH are each'building nice homes in the Naval Station TuMla Samoa order. ; having absolute power of S N8AOOr..A :
S .' North End. ed home and placed on waiting -orders for John Alex. Dowie, trans- Iron Works Supply Co.
; :
\ *\ S Miss Dsl Williamson' and Chipley ; P. S. Rossiter detached Naval!! ail. the estate to Deacon Alex i and
Campbell paid a visit to friends : Granger who is now the finan-
S S. on Station Honolulu, Hawaii, ordered ]L .. Manufacturers and Repairers of MACHINERY AND BOILERS.
resentative of Zion. Hereto
Sunday. I >
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Morris Dannheisser FORGINGS, MILL AND! STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP
Mr. Green. of Green, lUaU & Co., I estate of Zion was held by '
: REPAIRS A SPECIALTY. Prompt attention given to all orders :
of -Alex. who
Fia. Dowie represented
tt : (Formerly of Dannheisser Bros.) Harris the first, of was the in the week.city on business : : : :;= : c;:: : ==2: ::;: :::: ;3s:11? : and Deacon Granger now holds : day or' night Agents for James McKay &; Co.'s celebrated Log and. .

r Pure ,Old Rye and Bourbon.: Fine. Mr J. J. McCaskill Js in Peosacola. exactly the same way in trust Timber Dogs also chains of all descriptions.! Office phone 123. Residence .
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,f phone 1029.- P.- 0.. Box 123. PHIL WITTMAN, Mgr. :
: Mr. Uohn George is sick and for the First Apostle.
Wines, Beer and Tobacco. cold and missed the quite social Friday witha YOU' f the blessing of God to rest ......O' ......... .. ..$... ..............."
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Old Hickory Whiskey MySpedalty night to. the regret of his many -5. you, 111m. S .Ji
friends. S in the Master's ser
r yours .+.......................... .......... ....:
1 : 12 W. Zarragoua Street, Dr. D. L. Campbell of DeFuniak. is i
t I visiting his-son Charlie.Mr. WON'T'I S J. G. EXCELL, :

PENSCAOLA.: FLORIDA.Gentleman spent. Wmi Thursday/McDonald with of friends.pt. Washington I ; l Ecclesiastical Secretary. I! Gas For Gooking I Ii

Mrs. N. McGuire :and two children think that piles can't be cur
have .returne' 'from a delightful visitto of obstinate cases I
Florala, .....n.' NEEDS !:l been cured by DoaI 's Ointment: i inexpensive, : _
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t I at any drug store. 5

q I A 'A: Thousand Dollar's: Worth of Good. I : S S Because; no.fuel is wasted; no time is lost in firebuilding i

S "I 'have Veen afflicted 'with kidneyand S : PANAMA, $5.00, $7.50 AND .S -:-:the. moment )OU strike a match and light the gas. t
s: bladder trouble for years,"passing MEDICINE :> !' AT STANDARD CLOTHING | .5 justthat 'moment- you have a good cooking heat. It i is; .

gravel or stones. with excruciatingpain V. .. .
vii ," saj's :A.. H. Thurnes a well I : Convenient; andAlways Ready.We'll :
t4ii5 ; 5 known coal operator of Buffalo 0. "I I I Coal 50 Cents Higher. '
got no relief from medicine until I b> If you drink. good Beer. ; -I t IS I 'g'o, I1L April Throughout tie glad to talk to you about the gas ran'ge qucstioa. !

gan taking Foley's Kidney Cure then It serves as a tonic and i II) ,, the price of coa! at the mnes! S' .
the r sult was ,surprising. A few drives that spring feverS j ;! yesterday from $1 to $1.50 per '. S S .
ii- ; walked into our store a few doses started brck-dust-lik3. substance away. If you want to'be I reason given by the miners: :4 4 .5 5 _- :

.V4 ( days: ago and inquired if wo and now.! have.no pain across] sure that .' advance was the growing ap- ,. ..
you are drink
were agents: for Knppenheim- !. my kidney and I feel ]Jike a new man. that a shortage is in sight. :.
er lothe$. We replied that we It. has done me $1000; worth of good." ing the right kind- insist i Pensa.co/a Gas Company :
Foley's Kidney Cure will cure every' on
were: and asked if we could form of kidney or bladder! disease. W. : Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. :
ftc;: A. D'AIemherte ; dice Opposed
show him druggist'
w.a.s something. 'Ihe result cary.R. and apothe : :...................................................:
that we. sold him a : I

L.I perfect, fitting stylish sack' H. NICtfE SEN ANNOUNCES BED S;" ; : to Reason. '. '9

suit bearing a Kuppenheimer! S ,,,":. i REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE S .
14 : label. ; --:... S :} !S A STATE OF AFFAIRS RECORDED. ,YESTERDAY. ,

:After be had made his purchase' -, R. L. Niciielssn, ,whose name was HEART S !
he said: ."This is the mentioned several'days ago in connection .!' : > HAS V/ITHHEL'D FULL Folowig Isalist of the deeds recorded -

;first ready-made--suit; I havabou'ght with' "the": office .of justice of the]: STICE FROM MANY A I 'yesterday reported,, by the S .PPAID/Z
S peace as a candidate to
succeed
I Pensacola Abstract -Co
in ten years. I never Judge Jas. R.. Landrum DESERVING EFFORT. ; \ tvi11QTZ
announces I : J_ D. Gilmore to .Esau Gilmore W%
l:4: thought posSMe to get a to-day that bis' is in' the race. Mr, : lOc __ 4 of[ the SW& Sec.3: T.. '5 TC/ R. 31 W.
well-made suit unless I went Nichelsen numbers his friends by the : .,80 acres, $200. /
hundreds, everybody knows him '
and '
tIM4; to alone is : for Geo. W; 'lowe to Paul Townsend,
a custom tailor until a responsble
likes him.* It
everyone is safe to say : ;:o Q'rSltoo :
i1r4* friend of mine whose. clothes! I that he will) keep the path hot from BEER. 5 proverb! which says, "compar :NW 4 of block 138 New City Tract,
: are odious: but to such people :$1 and, otQerconsiderations;;
until the
have always admired told me now day of the primary. ', l $ MSP
conviction
y always open to we y -I-
;:. he always wore Knppenheimer : to call attention to a compari Bilious? Feel heavr after dinner?
': Clothes and bought them at I Skating Rink Opens Tonight ,. h should not be odious to 'Tongue coated? Bitter taste? 'Com S
: : The new rink The best lOc: beer ever sallow?' lAver waking -- v
J .J 1''''' your store. skating which) will be southerner ]plexion needs. w- --
operated by the Pensacola Rink Co., brewed. It' is always co! Ga.. the Acme Brewing/ up. lUgulets- cure bilious at
t iThvt. S There are .a great :many men will open tonight for the first time at S S good and always better installed a brewery and 'pro' j tacks. 25 cents at Any drug .store.IOO.OQ r
\ who enjoy the reputation of being 7:30: o'clock. The affair promises to than all other s. ::1 a 'beer which has stood a strict ,
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lit ;r fine dressers who are wear- be one of'unusual interest to all who ( with other: products fam- '
: 'fU-'CF' .Ing our clothes and many moreare' attend. "Wyer.'s &andwill furnish and many J5c beers. : : the country as its $ REWARD

..V music and the -comfort of guests will beers.; It did more than $100.00 reward will be paid' for the I --I /!
_:_ ;If.... \'''l40'of.'00 improved bail bearing skates will I II northern chemists, surpassf.Walton county., cue' Charlie Renols i
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'f I:: lt't"l.'t' be usedandjhe, large new floor hasbeen I : competitors in all those quali- J a negro. Description:'- height 5 feet CHAS. BLUM&CO
:f:' : oiled' so; that skating will be a I Ii i "go to make a perfect :10 or 11 inches' ; weight I about 160 or
ft4 i; : H 0. ANSONCASH great pleasure. Lewis Bear & Go t ] ful beer., t :170 pounds; bright mulatto with medium -I 617 AND 519 WEST BAY ST,

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CLOTHIER Farmers, mechanics.-railroaders,la. I : ; : : in all except an establish J lip to the right of.nose and when last
borers rely 'on Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Sole Agents, have failed to give full I seen he wore a blue' faded Jumper
'I Corner Paljfoi Hila Oil Takes* he.st.1ng out .of cuts 'I } -to the high and worthy efforts .overalls[ a gray cap,-anew pair of No.
\; Pensacola" rlda. Acme Brewing Co. in toed' shoes.
burns or bruises .at.-:'once.. Pain can : :8 fine sharp Reward to ,
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