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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 12, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY MORNING, ,APRIL 12. '1906. PRICE 5 CENTSI. _'


SCIENTISTS BELIEVEERUPTION GAMES >> .' I l Q

OPENING[ 'COUNCIL
[ ,PENSACOLA BIG GRAVING MAY GET DOCK ## TO INVESTIGATE '

IS OVER ----- ...
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OF f SOUTHERN[ N Nl *% Bureau Washington Special of Yards to, The April and Journal Docks 11.-The has nit *& BOARD Of PUBLIC WORKSIIAMBUROR

: hopes that an item will be Inserted #
in Sections Affected
Conditionsby in the forthcoming nav- *f
Wlll
r PROHIBIT % al appropriation bill for them *
Eruption construction of three new &
l LEAGUE[ docks. One of these will be at % THE WINDER

Ameliorated, & Puget Sound, one at Pensacola
and the third, a' floating dry f HOT T RESOLUTION[

ALIENS.[ r FROM'SPONGING *lfOr'dock Solomon's similar to Island.the: IDewey, %* IN, MOBILE ELECTIONS

MANY IN DISTRESS Birmingham Won from Nashvilleand .


r N Atlanta Cleaned Up Montgomery IHHDlHmTTl Elected State Senator by Small Majority. r PASSED[ AT T 9


Suffering Among Horde of Fugitives i. Bunch.

i Appalling. [ mn T THEN [ Lyons Hoffman, Darner, and MEETING[[ M


M BB M A Bill for that Purpose Passed bySenateDay's SEASON WILL BE INAUGURATED' Sheriff Cazalas Also Elected. .

AT MEMPHIS AND NEW. ORLEANS '
VILLAGE OF SAN GENV A'RO Business in C CONTROL.L f
TO-DAY-BANNER
YEAR
BURIED IN SAND AND ASHES- Both Houses of Congress. I ''Special to The Journal. city and county administration behind Ail i Phases of the Board's Business -
IN BASEBALL EXPECTED I him, expected thousand
PEOPLE AT TORE :Mobile April H.-With three small a mapor-

DEL GRECOIN -- SOUTHERN LEAGUE CIRCUIT.The precincts ,still to come in,.which may ity.A. to Be Rigidly l inquired
DANGER' OF STARVATION- ByAssoclated, Press. S. Lyons, F. O. Hoffman and
Washington 11.-The senate ZIONCtTY give him thirty more votes, Max Hamburger Eyer E. Darner, the two latter Comer Into.

THREE HUNDRED A LOW ESTIMATE today passed bills prohibiting aliens Jr., is 'elected to the senate men, are elected to the lower house.
from fathering sponges in American Southern League baseball from Mdbile county by-seventy-seven Lyons was senator from Mobile In
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OF THE DEAD. waters and prohibitlng! the use of div championship season opened yesterday majority over lWalter'-F Walsh, the 1900 and Hoffman was a member of

ing apparatus in taking sponges. with games between Birmingham Comer candidate. the last legislature. Row Over Street Superintendency
I Dowie and Counsellors Fire First ,
and Nashville and The result is disappointing to the Frank Cazalas is elected sheriff
By Associated Presa MAY SOON AGREE 0NRAILROAD Atlanta and Mont Cunningham forces here as many of over three strong competitors. He Was Again Aired.
'Naples] April 11.-(Conditions tonight RATE BILL gomery. To-day the season will be Gun-Prophet Advised Not tow the Comerites voted for Hamburger! on has been in the sheriff's office for
in the section affected by the 'inaugurated in Memphis and Ne local issues and Hamburger, with the seventeen years.

eruption of Mount Vesuvius are Washington, April, 11.-tn the den,VDrleans. Shreveport will eatartain n Visit Zion City at Present FINANCE
greatly ameliorated. The fall of vol- ate today Mr. Aldrich expressed the' the Tennessee men while Charlie IJ I I COMMITTEE APPOINT.

canic ashes has diminished and opinion that general debate on the Zimmer and his Little Rock crew J First Election Disorders ED TO CARRY ON iNVESTIGATION .
scientists! express the opinion that railroad rate ,bill will reach a point By Associated Press.
the volcano has spent istelf. j before the end of the\ week. where an will try and throw the harpoon into Chicago, April 11.-John Alexander AND REPORT AT EARL
Trcops are engaged In clearing the agreement can foe made upon a day Charlie Frank and his bunch'f Pel Dowie and his counsellors will tomorrow Reported from Astrakhan
loofs from the accumulation of sand : when the vote will be taken. There icans. fire the first gun in the battle to EST POSSIBLE MOMENTTUR.NER
and ashes which endanger the was no other discussion of the bill The scribes around the SouthernLeague regain the twenty-million dollars said RESIGNS FROM '
structures. The village of San Gen-today!' as no senator was,prepared. Circuit are sanguine of 1906 to be,involved in control of.Zion City. By Associated Press. by a large force of cossacks. BOARD OP!
uro has been partially buried iui'i It was announced that Mr. Spooner ,being the banner year in basball! in This will be done toy 'filing a, bill in St. Petersburg April .-The first The revolutionists of the whob WORKS AND DANIELL IS
sand and ashes and several houses would tomorrow reply to Senator Bai- that section. President KaVanaughand chancery petitioning that the transfer -election disorder' Is reported from southeastern part of the empire are
have fallen. Three were killed and I ley's speech of yesterday.The Secretary Clark Miller of the between Deacon :Alexander Gran- Astrakhan, where a great mob of. in an ugly moon:! The governmenthas EiLECTED-BOARD OF EQUAL! -
more than twenty Injured there j session was almost entirely de- league are Just as confident. ger, Overseer, Jane Dowse and General revolutionists:: formed on the out.' teen: quietly preparing to put ZATION
The people remaining at Tore L HI tooted[ to the,conference report on the_ Other Leagues. Overseer Voliva deposing Dowse, sorts of the'city and swept down on cown an armed outbreak and has ELECTED;
Greco' are In danger of starva 'on,1 i}bill providing for final settlement of The National and American be set aside. The grounds of the pe- the polls, on election day, attempting been moving troops thither.
shops there being. closed. Rations* t'; prevent 'the .voting. The authorities All: railroads have been
tition placed under -
for the affairs of the five civilized tribesof Leagues will inaugurate the playing will be based Olfthe': allegation
there two hundred have been sent Indians. This gave rise to.a sharp season Saturday, the South Atlantic that Voliva, Granger and Mrs. Dowie anticipating trouble, concentrated martial control bridges and stations 'Alderman Muldon last night at the
j I debate between Tillman on one s'Je'\ will open up hostilities in earnest: endeavored fraudlently: 'and illegally the entire police reserves' of the strongly guarded, and garrisoned council meeting offered a motion
doing Wlarsfct'ps effective ordered from in here are and Teller and Clapp on the other. April 19, while the Cotton States to'despoil the 'form "fast Apostle"of province mob, but these were defeated bythe and the railroad employees which was adopted, instructing the
service removing will which '.was finally dispersed armed.
League commence operationsnext
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refugees. i property which he, claims as his 1 finance committee to
f 1 conduct 4
The CONSIDERATION OF week. The Western League own.. The'\court will also 'foe asked
distress the thousands I -
among j will not until May 1. searching investigation of the Boardof <
open
of fugitives is appalling. The | POSTOFFICE BILL for an. injunction restraining Voliva
has forwarded supplies gooeminent >fj i f; l from handling the estate in any way. DRYDOCK DEWEY PATRICK MOVESFOR Public Works. The motion provides
food and money several Italian: Washington April 11.-After ten Birmingham 3; Nashville 0. These ,steps are-said to be only preliminary for the investigation of all

ck'es have" done'same and private days of general debate on 'the: poi- I ._Birmingham, Ala., April ll.-In for Dowie intends Cit an AD'RlfTIN'STORM NEW TRIAL matters haudeia'' by the board, including
citizens are contributing, but mora office appropriation bill 'as a vehicle I tte presence of nearly 5,000 'spectators early date descending upon; Zion City. .. the expenditures money,,
help) Is needed. j'for the 'discussion.of a' wide range of Birmingham won the first gamecf Attorney Wetteri, who is conduct w 'f1 d removal of
and the
King Victor Emanuel placed the' subjects, the house today reached con I the 1906 season from Nashville ing Dowie's legal' affairs, said today garbage
rcyal palace at Cappo de Monti at sideration of the bill itself. !Both teams played brilliantly, but that he had advised Dowie to leave By Associated Press. By Associated Press street superintendent muddle.An .
the Disposal of wounded refugeesand Not in years has so much talk under II Wilhelm was too much for ,the Ten Ghicafeo and go south again. "Both Washington April 11.-A dispatcli New York, April .-The introduction : inkling of that there would be
returned to-night from Rome to the fiction "general debate" been nessee men. Sorrel 1 pitched'' great sides," he said "are so excited that from Admiral Sigsbee to the navy of the .testimony In Albert Pat- something' doing in the Board otf,
Naples to personally direct the relief heard on any one bill which was I i tall for the visitors, but the Baron if Dowie was to return there things department, dated yesterday, says ricks motion for a new trial on the Public Works matter, was to a certain -
work i taken up seriously for amendment and I managed to find his benders at the might happen we would all regret the drydock Dewey broke the tow charge of murdering William! Rice, .
Although the report is denied that passage late today, right time Score: later. I advised him not to go to Zion lines and drifted in a storm for 23 was announced today at a hearing "be- extent made known when Aldern.an
Sarno has been destroyed, it is offi-' Little progress was made with the R !IIE City, and he will not go there for some hours, but is now again under control fore Recorder Goff. The recorder Oahn moved a suspension of tha
dally! admitted that Ottajano has bill under the five minute rule. Birmingham ... .. .3 8 O.. time. When ,Dowie returns there he of ,the towing vessels and is pro- ruled that no more new affidavits rules, in order that W. A. Blount,
been buried. The number killed! .... Nashville .. .. ..0' 4 21 will do so in a dignified manner as ceeoSng: satisfactorily. would be allowed after Patrick's counsel !'Jr., might address the council. Mr.
there and in the surrounding villages -' Batteries-Wilhelm and Matthews' ; becomes a leader of a religious organ Mr. Olcott, produced the last wit- Blount was calm and said nothing
] is not known but three hun-. WELLMAN WILL Sbrrell and Reisling. ization." ; SCHAEFFER WINS AT ness.. derogatory of the public works mem-
dred is believed to be a low esti-' BILLIARD: TOURNAMENTByAssociated
mate. Atlanta 7; Montgomery 6. ters pub in behalf of his client

Capri, a small island nineteen I SAIL APRIL 20 Atlanta, Ga., April .-Atlanta I most fortunate. Score: Press REPUBLICANS OF Charles H. Gingles, appealed from
1:1i1\3 south of Naiples and a favorite f started off the season by winning a L R H E New York April li:-In the I the decision of the 'board in the
B resort for artists and tourists has bard fought game from Montgomery. 'Atlanta .. .. .... ..7 11 3 worVl's!( billiard tihanrifonship: tournament INDIANA CONVENE street superintendent case. Mr. Cahn
been covered" with ashes and abandoned Both pitchers were pounated' hard and I 'Montgomery ..' .. .6 10 3 to-day Schaeffer defeated
By Associated really started the movement for the
by the foreign population. errors behind them helped each Batteries-Raymond: and Archer; Morningstar in twenty seven innings,
Madison, Wis., 11.
President Sends Condolence. April -Walter team to runs though Atlanta was the Majrkajrley and lau$. |fve hundred to 233., investigation by making such a motion
Wellman :bade farewell to his mother By Associated Press
but that
offered
Mr.
Washington April 11.-The president as by Mul
here today, preparatory to leaving tor :
Indianapolis, April 11.-The Indiana!
sent a cablegram to the King of don is more explicit and covers in
Italy his North Pole trip. He sails from state republican convention to nominate

to-day expresing condolence '
New York on April 24 and: from Norway _. detail the kind of an investigation! tQ
upon the loss of life and havoc re- _, n- officers excepting candidates for
June 20. .. be made, Mr. Chan withdrew his
on lieutenant and
,
tultmg from the eruption of Vesuvius. governor governor recorder -
O FAMILY CARTs of the supreme court, held a r.'otion in favor of that offered by

REjtsT T 1oSi .. .. preliminary session today and adjourned Alderman Muldon and the motion:
GOVERNMENT WILL '
FIFTY THOUSAND HAVE FELLOWS: 5,, Sr ; till tomorrow, when the com- prevailed unanimo;sly.
BEEN RENDERED HOMELESS mittees reports will Abe receivedand
,- .-, "!After the adoptionof the investigation
the nominations be made. Ad-
ANARCHY
FIGHT :. order the resignation of C. II.
Naples, April 11.-The loss to 1-, : '-i_ f:' : : dresses were made today by Congressman -:;
Property by the volcanic outbreak isN"mated ; :..:: ,, .i 1 tip 7tlAT : A. L. Brick, Senators Beveridgeand I Turner as a member of the Board of
: already at twenty million ,,, '. ,,. ri.s CIRCUS 11Ay ,. Hemenway and Goyernor Hanly. 'Public Works< was roatf. Friends of
dollars and it is announced that fifty By Associated Press ,:. CAIt 5AY TNI; ,:, Mr. Turner desired it understoodthat

thousand persons have been rendered Washington, ,April 11. Anarchism ? -WORKS. his ,
resignation was in befoia(
homeless. in the United States' is to be put down SS BUSINESS IN THE the adoption of Alderman Muldon'3
with a firm hand. Information has 5 -
notion to It
investigate. was $u
\WILL reached government: officials that CIRCUIT COURT agreed. R. E. L. Daniell was unanimously -
APPEAL TO large numbers of Italian anarchists:: 5- r.. ) j elected to succeed Mr. Tur
have arrived at San Francisco and _
THE PRESIDENTBy Baltimore and extreme measures have ner.H.. G. DeSilva, William E. Ander
been adopted to apprehend these_ men. THE PETIT JURORS FOR NEXT and A. V. Clubbs were elected a

Board of Equalization.
-
Associated Press. NUMEROUS CASES: ARE 4?) WEEK HAVE ALREADY BEEN Alderman Yonge introduced ordin-

Kansas City, April 11.-The Southwestern IN MUNICIPAL COURT SELECTED. ances extending the fire limits ani
r chan inlt the name of certain streets.
Bituminous at a called Coal meeting OperatorsAssociation toe Judge Laney.'had' a nice. bunch of );4e: Practically: all other business was of
In' the municipal court routine character.The .
|foy decided to apeal to President for-get-me-nots ) a
Roosevelt, to help effect a settle :yesterday morning. :TAJ1 grades and t .NN In the circuit court yesterday, Judge Proceedinqs.
tent of the differences between the I classes were present Two of the '" Francis Carter, presiding the follow Mayor Bliss presided with the following I.
I I seventeen were felonies and the lug business was transacted:
operators cases
and miners of the South- Aldermen in their seats'Baar
>est The operators represented accused. Ed Bett and Isom 'Miles, w returned George W. Pryor & Sons vs. Jac. Cahn Christie, Hays, Maura,
toety per cent of the tonnage of the over to the countY' authoritiesby Bakenfohr, appeal from county judge'scourt Muldon, Reilly, Watson Wright
Southwestern court. Thirteen ,were convicted JU/'tMHL ir ; decree of lower court offinn-
section, excepting the 0 F R Yonge and Chairman Zelius of the
Texas. representing fines of $57 and costs RFjoRT ,...-. l ed and' costs assessed against appel Board of Public Works Chairman
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while one of the numerous culprits AD1+EItt1s't J. F \k A hs U S lant. Green of'the Bond Trustees and J. S.
and the other case I Harry Pierce vs. J. G. Hillard; of the Board
was discharged., Q? McGanghey of Safety
STRANGE > C\ o judgment for plaintiff for $166.
FAMILYCOMPLICATIONS continued. \ f were present, as was Clerk :Merriti
0 0F M t;; Douville Agency vs. Anderson; dismissed The minutes of the previous meetIng .

Union of:TWO Churches. \ I.l..l by plaintiff.The were read and approve'!
O '
Washington April .-The unionof Q ::J ': following are the petit jurors Mayor Bliss submitted a communication
the New York Avenue and the Assembly I ..... 0 u-S .....1'I, for the week, beginning April 16th: to the council, wherein he
Presbyterian churches was A. D. Alfred D. B. Reed, Jr., R.Nobles E. stated that the condition of the city
S t. By Associated Press. ratified' at yesterday's meeting of the \ & 0 h / t G. H. Muller, John B. Gutt- jail was a disgrace. He said that
Petersburg April 11.-Among CvDt'a r u J. E. Boutwell, George A. Hart- of the
the Russian priSoners presbytery of Washington by a unanimous OJ .t \" men, the separation male and female
Japan are arriving from vote. The union of these two ,+ 0 QwO ;::) f'Z! f ;;r-;. well, N. A. Neilson, Thomas E. Harvey prisoners was now practically
many who had been reported understoodto V] ttJ .J '. U .:' R. B. Heine, C. H. Gonzalez, D. impossible. The numerical strengthof
dead and whose wives and I congregations Is generally \ u.. /
1. Q v
IS oj F. McDavid. the police force the chief execu
ether of the
be the basis: of the"nucleus
relatives hart been inform ...
ed. so f IUJlJ.i ... f tive stated is inadequate. He urg,d
Cat
The foundation ofa Presbyterian ._ ,
unexpected o l
reappearance g
tf remedies; as soon as possible. The
these men is causing all kinds ,of thedral at Washington. RF R, O. DRAFTING REPLY recommendations of the mayor weio
strange family! complications, asunder u- received with interest by the council
many wives} the impression REFUSES TO ACCEPT and it Is stated every effort w.ll:
that ned. they were widows> have' remar- WITT '8 RESIGNATIONBy TO OPERATORS be made to remedy the evils complained -

Associated Press I.. I of in the communication.
St. Petersburg,' April It-It is re ---:::;: Akterman Cahn asked that unanimous

WILL REMAIN OPEN ported here today on high; authority ---. By Associated Press consent be granted to W. A
ON GOOD FRIDAY that the Czar has refused to accept 'New York, April 11.-The Anthracite -Blount to address the council. Then
Premier Witte's resignation.: o" 1) ,; miners scale committee was i request was granted.
By Associated Press. J session one hour this afternoon and Mr. Blount stated that be desired
Aew York, April 11.-The gover. Affected by Coal Strike. at the conclusion of the meting, a tc appeal from the decision of the
wrs of the Apr} II.-AH dee subcommittee of seven immediately of Public Works in the of
Stock Exchange for th i Meadville, Pa.,, BEGIN TO Board case
WHEN I THE SUMMER RHHORT MAN AND THE FANCIFUL! CIRCUS: MAN .
FESTIVE
It is
nand 1 conference.
| time'in the history of the -j partsments of the'Erie Jiaihmd'.shopswere egan a reported former Street Superintendent Gia- _
J: ange, voted not to close. the fast put on half time today on ac CONSULT THE51R! COLLECTION OF ADJECTIVES, IT IS A SURE. SIGN THAT THE SPENDER FAMILY they took up the work of drafting a

tloa GOOd 'Friday count of the coal strike.. WILL BEGIN TO CIRCU1LATE. MON? -- v ',.4., reply, to the operators. Continued on Page Two) ,>

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p R 0 V IT.I to remarks.the law concluded in the premises by and referring said: I

; that all he asked was due- and
courtsous consideration which he ex! :

: pected to, receive from the council.i
Alderman Cahn moved that the finance -
conmittee'be V cts G tl\t
a1tpoint d acommittea ; ,
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GIngles: Daw and all other'matters

::4t a r Q I'T' Lt _ & Little Frances Marie Knowlton la the daugh thereto pertaining. '
$ v V P Acts
_ ter of Dr. E. TV. Knowlton. the discoverer of Mr. Muldon's Motion. ; r Fr/I Beneficially;
4 this great hair-growing remedy,and her beautiful ,
Alderman
Muldon stated that hJ .. .r ., .. -
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Ct3i; 3.i 4 : great tonic. grown thought an investigation! of the Boardof V L\A.-.V: J I (ictsr truly as a Lax .tive,.

;i4; .p J '. -.;x This little girl had no more hair than the Public Works was nscessary;; He sj ..I 'I
.H 1 I ':4 average child before using Danderlne, while sa.jj:!i that he had read papers wherein A (J!
4ii ; 7 f I of Figs appeals to the cultured and the
4 .. : Syrup
4:4 it
the
i-Jfl1 9 # t i now abe has the longest and most beautiful was..statsd-that board intended
.4 ., i I 34 A L c .I bead of golden hair ever possessed. by a child to ignore the cannel! The 7 j'J..' -; I well-informed and to the healthy, because its

j41 ,LT: I. \ of bet age in the world. truth of the matter he di j not know "l L---: ...:. JII component parts are simple and wholesome
S A Danderlneniakesthescalphalthyandfertile "In visw cf what I have read," said: / ctL'y -' and because it acts without disturbing the
S and Keeps It so. It is the greatest sc&lp fertilizer iJ
.S "' 1- and therefore the greatest hair-producing, Mr. lluldon'I believe" an investiga- 1Lvz: h.:75 natural functions, as it is wholly free from
S ton should be made. Mr. Muldoa\
discovered. It is natural
t remedy ever a food
: and a wholesome medicine for both the hair offered the following ruction: i;,' <----.. *.Az- -_ : I' every objectionable quality or substance. In
; 1Wr 4 ; r and scalp. Even a 23fl. bottle of it win put "That the finance committee be in 7 / \' ic1 the process of manufacturing figs are used, as

,more genuine life la your halt than a gallon of structed to malts, an invastigation of I .:11r: -. p they are pleasant to the taste, but the medicinal -
other hair
any tonic ever made. the board of works, their minutes 1.5- \ if virtues of of Figs are obtained from
Syrup
S _ _ and other dccum'ents with view of .r
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j4 c E&certalnlng their attitude toward t : ; : an excellent combination of plants known tot

IK I aS& the carrying out of orders from the t\ 1 #& I i be medicinally laxative and to act most bene

2 & council; their contracts, particularlythose :;( : .: ficially. To get its beneficial effects-buy

for th 'removal-of garbage and 4S the genuine-manufactured by the
_S NOW at all in three sizes the cleaning of Palafox street; th irxpendituru
fe ; druggists, ,, 25 cents, 50 cents
z gt money; their apparcut -
c .5 : and $1.00 bottle.
per carelessness _
I .4 in- plunging tha city V 'V

FREE To show how quickly Danderine acts, we will into troubb, and perhaps lawsuitsover

who sends thmadvesemenito free the byreturn KtlOWlton: mail Danderine to anyone ter. Also the street the-' matter uperintendent of th suspen.mat ((MF9iNliAIt YIftVPIety

sion of J. A. Daw an-3 other em-
.4Si ; ; ? Latest Photo of FRANCES MARIE KNOWLTON, Co., Chicago, with name and address and lo cents in silver or pioyaes of the board of :works, 'and
.;1 to Four Years 880 GarfIeld Boulevard Chicago stamps to pay postage. that said com nitete be requested to
,L 'q F4rtcico
ill report Vas: early! as possible, at a LtewYorkltY.
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;:; Mr. Cahn withdrew his motion by For sale by an leading Druggists in original packages only, bearing the fan
consent and Alderman Muldon's name of the Company. .
RI3PORTOPSTATE motion -

II ll PO .J\RD. J prevailed Committee unanimously.Reports.

Chairman Reilly of the finance .
KNOT1Interesting ;
TREASURER
I c ii1D i tee submitted: a report deal- V -

I Special to The Journal. "Inir tmh 'minor details. The com,
(Pollard, Ala., A'pria' 11.-Ray.: andMrS. D t.t recommended that tKa treas- 66
V count of the several 'institutions I H. '1'. Stout were" visitors to urer's bond be fixed at $40,000 and rLEWIS

and Valuable! Document for higher education.. Chapter 5384, Evergreen the first of the we k. and ad'iStional .bond of $15,000 was
I i ai&sdames Wood and and leconjiaended.
Laws of Florida, approved June 5, Kurd
Which Was 'RecentlyCompleted. 1905'() commonly known as tha '"Buck- Miss Fredrick, of Brewton yisltefl The recommendation\ of the Boardof FULL QUARTS
man Act,* which reorganized the I Pollard Wednesday, returning the Safety for extra policemen'was
system of higher education under i I game day. approved to the extent that three extra '
Ifrka3 State 'fllifection and support:, changed I Mrs. Carl Williamson; Mr. and officers bg placed on duty .Sat S : :, .
the mode of handling receipts and'Mrs. H. D. Finlay'V tt? "Misses\ urday nigh :and othar. times: when t ; / $1 00 '
disbursements 'in, many of the funds I Friday attended, the milinery .openIngs n ed&di, butj' not1fto,exceed' a cost, of ."'. '. a -
i'rt FINANCIAL CONDITION OF THE which contribute to the maintenance' in BreMon Wednesday. $200 for the lemairider of the year.It < ,
of the olleges and In Ihe'teport will! Miss Ocorgie Scroggins was visit- was recommended that Fireman: '
V STATE IS ON A SATISFACTORY J e found explanations'krf, all changes,:ling relatives ana'' friends in Floma J. M. O'Donov J- be paid for lost I F"uLPints} 50c. Full Half Pints 25c
time.In.
: Tuesday, returning W4dnesday.
so made and detailed, statements, of ton I ,
>t.4i: BASIS\ PUBLIC DEBT CONSISTS '
receipts and disbursements both un-' :Torry Stout left 'Pollard Monday '[ referenca to two city bonds V
'I'for Ala. Torry will work heia. by.Blount and Blount, further
vergreen V
(SOLELY OF REFUNDING BONDS cer the former laws governing same, j -at,
and under the Buckman Act. in- the jKwtoSice. there. time was asked. The report of the V
V
;* SOME IMPORTANT FEATURES, In submitting the report* to the The remains of th'a Infant of Mr; committee wls" received and all

Governor Treasurer Knott says: and Mrs. :M. K; McLHan, of Brew- recotranendations' approved.V :
"It: may be remarked that the financial ton, were :brought Pollard. Fridayfor TheV 'franchise committee relPQrted'orahly I S. A. FRIEDMAN'S.
} 4 Tallahassee Fla., April 11.-The conditon of the State Is o'n interment yi the Pollard Ceme f \ granting" the'Gas Company I ,
annual report of Hon. William V. a satisfactory basis.! It Is the policy tery. The funeral waS from the rrivilege: of "extending V spur track i
Knott State Treasurer of Florida, or the State td; collect from the taxpayers residencfe of W. J. ,!tMcLellan a on'Tarragona': street between DeScto -I
-F.1? : covering the transactions of., the only such'amounts'of revenue brother. We join with the many and Congress streets. The confiscation V V
State Treasury for tha year 1905, p'will suffice, with receipt* fromCUrVeS friends of the bereaved" family in of concealed weapons was
has just been issued from the press other than direct taxation, extending heartfelt 'sympathy. also reported" favorably. It119 '
of the state printer. V to Insure' the 'payment, upon proper i Mrs. D. Webb; of Brewton, Ala., recommended ::that a record of all The question of cleaning Palafox able, but it"Is my opinion that the city I

Wi Treasurer Knott has made an exceedingly -fit man d of all legal obligations moved to Pollard, last week. weapons confiscated be made and a 4 street 'was brought iip. Alderman has not, the legal rIght, and should i COfFEE !
sr interesting and valuable against the State. The very low Hot weather is .coming and of all ordinance providing for two sales a Cahn stated he did not know who was not, do so.Yours. i
: 4... report. He is evidently a confirmed rate of taxation which has been the filthy streets ana'' alleys in a year be adopted': The committee doiffg the work at present, but want- very truly i
E: believer in the principle of giving levfed: and collected during, the last,town you ever saw they are in ,Pol-- askad for and was granted further ed to say that the thoroughfare was JNO.. B. JONES, i
;i -'z the \rtdest publicity to the business few years has resulted in reducing I lard. We are informed 'there is time in the matter of V the Electric: kept. cleaner than ever before., City Attorney. I We are the Pioneer
t' tM of th-a people which Is transacted the balances I in some of the funds in I eomathing over $1,000 in. 'the town Light company. I 'Alderman;;.Maura moved that the On motion of lAlderman Muldon.
as': through his office-and, what Is even the Treasury and, as a result. the treasury. Every citizen of this town The..Board of Public Safety sub! present system of cleaning the streetbe the clerk was instructed to write the I Coffee Roasters of
t..I5*! more V commendable, he observes, that balances are not as large' 'as informer i ought to come, forth as a unit and niltted" the report for the month .of kept in vogue and that the proposal creditor stating that the council desires
fL t %i admirable principle in practice. The yeare Thus, only so much i prevail. -yes go further and demandthe March. for bids be withdrawn and the to pay the claims, but has no West Florida.
!. j report Is, especially excellent In that Of the., people's money has been'- authorities to look after the Mr. Turner Resigns.C. present system be maintained until legal rightAlderman
V it sets-out, in the greatest detail Called Into .thQ State'Treasurj; as was I sanitary condition of bur town. After H.V Turner! submitted his r'iS1g- the next meeting. Carried. In this *Christie reported that he
that isit all practicable from exact necessary" for the unhampered and V a while it will be too-late. We ration as a member of the Board of connection it may ''be stated that the was unable to get an agreement from '
r Jy :what-sources the State's revenues economical administration of tHe i!are'surprised our physicians don't Public Works. claiming that a lack city is now doing the work. the county commissioners to providefor r GHUGH'S $ BLENDS
t. ir !were derived. and also shows, in State government." 'Stake i a hand in it and give warning. of harmony between himself and the Bond Trustees.TheBoardofBondTrustees. three. hospital beds.

i4. great detail. when, how, to whom The report shows that the public!I ether members of the board caused .. : through City Attorney Jones reported that
'
1f 1k' and for 'what purposes the State's debt consists solely of ''r?funding, Rheumatic Pains Quickly< Relieved. th3 resignation. The resignation was Chairman Green, submitted a number no trouble would be had in the matterof have no equal. A trial
; moneys were disburse last ;ear. bonds, amounting to $601,567.00,\ The excruciating pains characteristic -unanimously accepted. of communications in reference to tax certificates held by the circuit
!During his three years IncumVncy: bearing interest! at the rats of three. of rheumatism and sciatica are Alderman Mvrldon moved a suspension the public improvements, together clerk. It 'was recommended that the will convince the con
of the Treasurer's Mr. Knott cent all of j quickly relieved by applying Chamberi of the regular order of business
4 office per pc annum which are with specifications for the construction matter be referred to the finance committee
has made a feature of reporting for held by the educational funds of the i Iain's Pain' Balm. The great Pain re- and the election of Mr. Turner's suc for storm and sanitary sewers. with plenary 'power. Received noisseur that we
the information of the detailed State. The total interest lieving of the liniment has cessor. Mr. Muldon nominated R. E.
public paid on j power All. checks issued by the board will and recommendations adopted. make extravagant
statements of the receipt and the public t in 1905 was $18,047.00 I been the surprise'and delight of thous- L. Daniell for th* Board of Public. be signed by the chairman and one The City Attorney informed the
disbursements into :.the' State: Treasury -oj which $11.045.00 was paid to the'I ands of 'siiffet ts: The quick relief Works vacancy and on motion,of Alderman member of the iboard. council claims.
that it is the duty of the
county -
and it may be remarked that Slate .School"Fund: ( ,, $4,074.00 to the I j from pain"which it affords is alone Cahn, the clerk cast the The United States' Mortgage and commissioners to ascertain theIty'
,. tit la perhaps' mater connected Agricultural 'College' Fund vote of the council for Mr. Daniell.
*'X*: fc ere no and $2- I worth many times Its cost. For sale
ifc Trust of New York
Company rata of the
iE :, The report of the Board of Public was pro road and bridge
v-Jth the State government in which 928.00 to 'Ihe' Seminary Fund. by'all druggists. Wholesale' and RetailGROCERS
designated depository for bonds tax, and. to the
Inter Works was received. The report as a pay same city.
the peopleare more directly It is- shown that the State received i ,
and proceeds, in addition to the banks Board.
; ested. AIr -well-Informed persons during 1905, through ,license taxes! GET A PANAMA, $5.00, $7.50 AND showed the building of a lawn tennis Equalization
rit4 ? know, of course that no money gets and commissions on premiums collected court at one of the public schools, already named. On motion the election of a Boardof
i : i-iLac, into the Treasury except from in the Treasurer's office from $10.00 AT'STANDARD CLOTHING which caused Alderman Maura to The reports were received and approved Equalization was gone Into. H. G.

sources and in manner provided by Insurance and surety companies doing -, COMPANY. ask, "By what authority does the and city attorney instructed DeSilva William E. Anderson and A.
the Legislature. Yet there can be business in the State a total of I! Board of Public Works construct lawn to- dra'vup whatever ordinances are V. 'Cl 'bbs were unanimously elected. V and all kinds of Feed
1 no doubt that Treasurer Knott's detailed 98837.83,.. which, is an increase ot: The Pettple Great-Britain. tennis Courts?" Mayor Bliss explained needed- in bond sale. The anti-expectoration ordinance
report of what was received $9J918.94 'over ''the collections in i'I'' Ethnologically Great Britain 1s a mix- the matter by saying that several Ordinance went through second reading. Stuffs.P1uto .
lI PlV' and what was paid out during 1905 V ', ture of many races, resulting from a ladies had asked him to have clay Alderman Yon'ge introduced an ordinance Alderman Muldon stated that he
-1 : :will prove Interesting and Instructive 1904.The "Treasurer's report is replete succession of invasions. When the Romans hauled to the school. With this explanation extending the fire limits, commencing had noticed that Bliss and Bass were
information for the public. with timely .information relative to I invaded Britain the Inhabitants the report was approved. at a point in the center of going to build a wharf. He asked if
Extended s-pace is given In thqjii.ir4 the finances of Florida and indicates were Celtic, mixed wIth an .earlier .Tarragona street, 150 feet from the the matter 'should not go to the fran- WaterWholesale
report to detailed statements of the tery careful and bu&iness like administration Euskarian element north line of Wright street; thence chis;'committee. A motion to adjourn -
I non-Aryan
receipts and disbursements on ac ; or. this im'POrtant office., They north'along the center of Tar- was 'made and prevailed with
I continued to be '
until
the it'sWeight
mainly so Worth
I ragona street; thence west along out action being 'taken.EVERYBO .
fifth and sixth centuries, whe the level the" .center" of Belmont street, at its and Retail
I parts of the country were overrun in.tersec 9n' ,with Tarragona; thence V '
by German tribes 'Then' followed Invasions west along the center of Belmont Y DELIGHTED.

Iti SISIS $RElY'iEGEtAB 1 I by the Danes and other Scandinavian I Street to a point 200 feet west of line Newbro's Herplclde- New Orleans Grocery Co -
tribes and.lastly the Norman of Palafox street; thence south alonga Dandruff -Destroys the
conquest. The inhabitants of Englandand In Gold! line'parallel with the west' line of Germ Baldness and Prevent

I- the lowlands of. Scotland there. Palafox street to a point 211 feet ;
V iinine- and rum .nd'! a whole lot Jas. McHugh
The fact that SIS' ..S. is a purely 'eeta'bre preparaftoa, containing not I. fore, sprang from amalgamation of northof, the north line of Wright of other things; are. pleasant to rub ,
the slightest{ trace.of mineral in any torn,. has been ooe-of the strongest the original Celtic with German and TO REMOVE FRECKLES AND street; thence east along a line parallel on the scalp after, washing it free of Phone 05. Prop ne'
points in its favor' during its forty years ot existence It is recognized i I Scandinavian blood. Wales and the PIMPLES IN TEN DAYS, USE ,with the north line Of Wright streetto dandruff, but. not -preparation of

everywhere not only as' the best of fell blood'purifiers,but the oae medicine highlands of Scotland are still inhabited Alderman point of beginning. Referred. the general run cures dandruff and _._ d
that can be taken. withabsolnteVafetybytheyoungtchjld: or the oldest by descendants of th* aacieut Celtic The' Complexion Beautifier Yonge. introduced: an or- falling hair. It Is necessary to kill

member of the family. Next in importance' removing"the c 'ase'bf any tribes. The people.of Ireland also are dinance streets In changing Pensacola.the name Referred.of1 certain that germ, to be permanently curd

k4at disease is the condition in which the system is left after course' ; medical of Celtie origln-arthough .there is an The ordinances providing for the of dandruff, and ,to, stop falling hair. Money CountsIf
IVtv.* admixture of other ) T 1 1agiarantcedandPau1noa Newbro's Herpicide will positively
treatment. Medicines containing mercury--potash 6f other strong miner .many races. of concealed
confiscation
.. weapons and destroy that that
V : Ingredients often do permanent injury by eatingout: the delicate''lifting and ..,. ?ioiyrdudedil granting* privilege to the Gas Company be no more dandruff germ so,' and so there that the can Well Spent.No .
it fails
tissues of the stomach, producing chronic dyspepsia, unfavorably affecting Coitlleit Balldlns In the Country to remove to- change 'a spur track on NorthTarra'gona .hair will grow luxuriantly. "Destroy
3t-.r the bowels and so damaging the.system that even if the original cause of Which is the costliest building in the very worst cases and beautify. the street were' read .the second the .cause, you remove: flies effect." matter what you pay to
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t -4 i; the disease haS been removed it is left in' V America? Would you'Jns: l"-offhand complexion in twenty days. time and referred.ThCHfollowing For sale by W. A.- DAlemberte, drug your shirts, collars and c'tfft! .

inch a deranged and weakened condition that $ f\f\n REWARD the :New York state capital at Albany! Mrs. Edward Jones, of Mount Sterling, was submitted: gist arid apothecary> ,, 121 South Pala well as other articles of foa: -

the health is permanently impaired. S. S. S. 7 > Hardly. Your thoughts would turn Kentucky, writes i i Hon.., Chas., H Bliss, Mayor City of I fox atreetor.,_ : \send JOc In stamps for al wear, if they're squeezed macai!

iTkth: enjoys the distinction of being the only blood IF NOT PURELYVEGETABLE. more likely to the national capitol at 141.feel it my duty to tell you the benefit Pens cola: tample to the He.pidd9'. Co.. Datroit, ery death they in high can't pressure last !long Our
rNVM4 medicine on the'market that does not contain Washington or to the Congressional Nadmote bu been to me. I had suffered Dear Sir:-In the matter of the two !Mich. I ITHERE3 built with v.e

V&t.S t mineral property in some form. Being made brary. But the,New York state capitol Untold hood. mortification Having! used with all freckles the highly since Child |500. 7 per cent bonds of the City of V I of machinery'giving best was possible nui-u,!

44 htirely of roots, herbs and barks it is absolutely cost more than the nationalcapitol mended creams and lotions, with recom touct Pensacola, dated la 1860, and held by .- NOT. A with least damage to iahr-!

harmless to any part of the system and ,while. curing,disease adds strengthand and the library "congress together. After hesitancy giving I bought it a fair your trial entire I most treatment heartili John 'B. Manning of New York, I haveto anJwhete'hf West Florida HOME or Southern Your laundry money is *e.i

ii health' to every part of the body. S.,S, S. removes all poisons, freshens The Empire State capitol cost .?24- recommend it, for it's worth its weight in advise that there is no.legal obligation Alabatabut that can own a'iplano by spent If spent with
? j i h.* .t and purifies the blood and gives better and.more lasting results than :any 000,000 .while the one at Washington sold Nadmola to any is the woman thing having I have freckles. Youi on the part of the City to pay means of our matchless plan of buy.

I4.$2k; other blood medicine. S. S. S. is the very'best treatment for Rheumatism two acres larger: cost only $12,000,000and with success. Yoar only Nadiae Face Powder ever used if said bonds as all legal rights of the! ing "pay ;when you can." The tone, The Star SteamLaundry.

V Catarrh, Scrofula, Sores aad Ulcers, Skin Diseases, Contagious Blood Poison the Congressional.library only $i- grand.un sincerely.Wishing" you V the deserved success, 1 holder' against the city have been lasting quality and atfra-billty are all
and all troubles due to an impure or poisoned blood supply Besides,being OOO.OTO. Our/EmplW State capitol cost I : barred .by the statutes .of limitations. that could be desired- Ten dollars
R4 ; the'King'ofblood purifiers S. S.:S.-is the best and'most invigorating afi as much as the nation paId for all I Price 50 cents- and $1.00. by Iea4ig Whether of after limitations the running of the down and two a week V puts one in your .

tonic J'IIE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.AnAMTA CiA. Florida and the Philippines combined. "ruggists or maiL Prepared by the statutes .legal'right to the'city would home. V 87 E. arden St phone 114.Pensacola. -
l have :the pay said bond
-GilsonWlll ts'in.Leslie's ; CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE, F/A/
Weekly. 'itional Toilet Co., Paris,Term. either in whole, or part, is question- Pensacola, Fla.


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THE UCESOROpADMIRAL NEW WHARF WILL' ,eaa2222222aaeaaeaeaeaaaa aa22ae eaaeaa '

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BE CONSTRUCTEDBLISS .


t CONVERSEOne S THE BIG STORE 1m tU

& BASS START WORK ON '
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Spanish and has bean< superintendent AT -
war UNDERTAKING FLORIDA -
:
of the PrincIpal''u st ns ,of the Naval Aeatifemy at \ .


that is Agitating the .NavyDepartment. ) Annapolis: 'It Is planned,Changes Maryland.to make in Fleet.some important BL'ANCA' STREET, i Don't Wait Until Saturday to Get Your I fflWEASTER

changes in the composition of
Pensacola !s to have a new wharf
the Atlantic Fleet within >a month
or' two. The Brooklyn will go out of 2.0CO feet In length and: 20 \iwide. The iI

commission and probably be placed wharf will be constructed at the foot

MANY SUGGESTED fa Jiesarve at League Island' yard of Florida Blanca street by Mayor I SUITI

and the ship will be suneyed.At Bliss and .O. L. Bass. A channel to
S an early date the Texas will go inreaarve
at Norfolk and so remain deep water will be dredged in order

for' some time after being docked that steamships may be able to load
J. President Seems Desirous of Having and. painted. Other vessels of the and unload at the wharf proper. I IN N
coast squadron be placed in reserve -
Younger Man at Helm. at League may Island yard upon Work on the project commenced!'flift ; Wo Will Be Rushed Then. Come m

Our Easter Egg completion of the miti'5hipmen'scflllse : yesterday by the driving of piling. \ '

previous to which the Arkan- Mayor Bliss states that the pUing: will ffl In Earlier and Avoid the Rush. . . N

has already hatched out a whole IMPORTANT CHANGES :TO BE the sas will Florida be and docked Nevada at Norfolk at League and be cemented in order to make 'it as I: w .w

brood o! Hats. MADE IN COMPOSITION, Island. About June 15 or 20, the permanent as Dossible. ro. I N
OF battleships of the first division will I "Several business firms have spoken Blue
Suits-----------------------------------------
All the new shapes the self. w Serge $IO and $15
: NORTH ATLANTIC FLEET- be docked, the Maine Kearsarge': and i for 'wharf privileges," said Mayor : N
respecting head will want at i Kentucky at New York and the Missouri Bliss. "We expect to make the undertakin'g w.
this season. COAST SQUADRON TO BE at Boston., The Kearsarge will one'of the most substantialin

Youman Derbies and sof ABOLISHED AND NEW SQUADRON be surveyed at League Island and' Pensacola." A Very Nobby Piece of Grays'the latest thing in Suits, $12.50 to $22.50 m j
the Kentucky at Norfolk. Of the Mayor Bliss stated that the build ft ,
Hats the correct New York ; FOR.MED-NEW pHAL- second division the Alabama will ing of the wharf will entail an outlay .
styles $5,00. 'Panamas at $5.00, reach New York about May 10 for of several thousand dollars but nam-I ftft

$7.50 and $10.00. Straws in the LENGE CUP RE'ZJED.: docking and "repair. About the same ed no amount. ftft' We can also show you a swell line of Low Shoes ,
!elate\ the Illinois will reach Boston At--the council meeting last night
pacht shapes and the new soft -- where she 'will be docked and repaired I Alderman Muldon said that a fran- for Easter Patent Leather Vici Gun Metal ft
bound edges $1.00 to $4.00. will to wear.
brim while th9 Iowa go chise'was secured many years ago to I

'Washington.Special to D.The, C.,Journal.April; 11.- when Norfolk she to'Will have proceed some to repairs New York made construct is being a wharf erected.where He the stated presentone that:!I in fact, in all leathers. Come in and let us show I j '

Should Rear Admiral Geo. C. Converse about the middle of June for dock. the franchise has only a few days to I I
find that his health will permit ing. The Indiana will go to New run. He asked if the question had you the line. We have just opened and put in stock
,
him to continue as Chief of the York early in May for docking and not better be referred to the franchise I i 1 .

-J Bureau of Navigation, after his' retirement some minor repairs.will to The New fourth York division ; committee. No cognizance was take!! a big line of 1
ships go
on accQunt of age' May 13, 20, thp en of the suggestion, as the counc.ladjourned ,, ,
the Colorado about April I -
as the President desires Jiim to do, without taking action. m .'
Pennsylvania about two weeks later :\ : .
there will be' need of sanction "- :
no ,
- of his' successor'at this tIne a There the West Virginia the middle of May To draw the fire out of a burn heala w B Crack-a-Jack J Pants, 4 to 16 :. : 50'oys pair
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and the. Maryland the first of Y0. : ftft t
Co11reJ.1.FINE are a number of aspirants for the of about a cut without leaving a scar or to w :
each to' make stay
office and 'naval speculation, ,as. to a cure boils sores tetter eczema and all .
PHOTOGRAPH ,. the chances is very lively.! month.ver "will To go be to League overhauled Island'the, Den-The skin and: scalp diseases, use DeWitt's Also a full line of ;':" '::1 ?I .r > '

Pensacola, Fla., A few months ago the president third flotilla will to Witch Hazel Salve; A specific for j'ro
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torpedo go .
'practically offered the place to Rear piles. Get the No d. : : "t! :it--i'-, .
genuine. remedy ", .
.. : : i1"i. : .
Norfolk. ; nu'
---- Admiral 'W. S. Cowles, to be appointed To Abolish Coast. Squadron. causes fjuch speedy relief. Ask for .' *." "'r.. '.r .A /.-.......... .KH.- ""J'-. ;''. *'yBoys' 'y\*:->. ,:;- .' ;

WEDDING PRESENTSCut on _Admiral! Converse's:. retirement DeWitt's-the genuine. H I )IIJ
Glass and Sterling Silverware out Admiral Uowles 'had accepted Atlantic When the fleet coast goes'out squadron of commission of tha !\j Wash Pants.-.........:.i.i.: -::ilil....;.25c pair rJ' .1
the
office of Chief of the Bureau of
.
218 S. Palafox St. hi few months there will hereafter m. .
W. A. Gahlenbeek a I9NLYACHTOE t'J. r
Equipment, and did not. think that it
. would 1 benefit the service by his bo no such division of'fleet.. Other: Come in and let show Men's and
change to the other Bureau. ships 'of the battlsship and cruiser ftft us you our Boys'Caps j
BELL.
TURTON &
CAPT. J. J.
class will constitute a new squadron INGLISWITH
Capt. W. P. !Potter Is frequently ft
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. j All kinds of Yacht and Golf
mentioned1 as the most. probable which will be designated by some"dthff Caps just re- 1
Kodak Supplies. Finishing for Amateurs. name yet: to be determined.
successor to Admiral Converse, ftft
The monitors will' probably be sent received.
should the latter leave. office. The
IPIARTY j
- to the Naval Academj for the practical ON BOARD REACH j
R. K. WHITE president is desirous of having young instruction of midshipmen
Jewe'ler officers in control, of the"navy, ando ED PORT LAST EVENING .
and Graduate N '
Watchmaker Manufacturing :These vessels are equipped with : J
those most prominently mentioned
S. Paiafox Street Pens acola. Fla. ; electric plants. and -1
Optician 30 mdoern batteries AND DEPARTS TO-DAY. m
_ Capt Potter is the'youngest.. He en 1'
toilers and engines of the latest .
' tered the navaservice', in.J.865 and
ft

Tersely Told service has 'seen\ with 38',years only and one six year months and type and for are the well midshipmen.New adapted. for instruction Capt /Uohn J. Inglis, 'president of

Challenge Cup. WILLIAM JOHNSON & I ;
SON
nine months unemployed. The Navy Department has been the Dunnellon Phosphate Co., accompanied -
''Alex McKinnon and Mrs. B. F. :Me- Capt Richard: Clover is another i advised of the arrival on tIuSlavonia : by Mrs. Ingiis. and B. F.
of those mentioned for .the place. He Cope vice-president of the Barke
Kinnon, of Muscogee, are in the city. of the Cunard Steamship *
entered the navy In 1863.He has the Chemical Co., of Pt. Inglis, and :Mr. N N : ,
presented
The Knights of Labor are preparing sefyed .naval attache to the American Company, of silver cop,
as; ; and Mrs. M. A. Love of Quincy, arrived 2222222aa2a22a2e22222Beae22222 :
at Delta in the near and has to tha enlisted men of the Atlantic . =.
to give a barbecue Amfcassy at London, fleet by the enlisted men of the last..evening on ;;jr board CaiptLvglis's .. ------ -- - - --- -- --- -- --- ------ ------------.r. _.. :, .

future. command of a battleship. British cruiser squadron under the beautiful yacht'Tuna, having c j ,
Chief: Bicker of the fire.,department Capt J. E. Pillsbury, also men- command of the 'Prince Louis of: left Mobile shortly before noon. Mr.
tionad for chief of the Bureau of and Mrs. Love left the vessal at
was busily: engaged yesterday; afternoon Battenberg.' The cup will be turned H'
Navigation, entered the AC8J '1emy. in this point and will proceed to Quincy r '
SHOE S
in trying horses for the new over to Rear Admiral Evans to be
1862 having served forty two years by rail this morning.The TheEOPLE'S
i Amusements J
by
hook and ladder. contested for in boat races or i.H
r.nd has been unemployed one year the ships of:. yacht Tuna is 87 feet iu ORE.
gtnneryrecords among .
.f)ank Faulks the negro driver and three- months. ,He has had considerable the The cup is to be i length, has a twelve foot beam, is
charged with fast driving and runningover experience in Washingtonbut Atlantic4fieet. is to from: operated by 75 horsepower gasoline -$ "
John Mylom. was fined. $25. in has never been in command. of a challenge cup and pass be motors and can maintain ,a speed of Leader in Low Prices.
to another as it may won -
the municipal court yesterday toy a battleship. ama one!ship Is to be the property of no indiv'iduai. ; fifteen miles per hour. The vessel i3 Edsall-YVinthrope Stock Co. 32 West Government. ,
Judge Laney. Capt< Richard Wainwright is a : magnificently fitted being finished': Stock Com
: The Edsall-Winthrope
mention of the class of '64 and has throughout 'with mahogany, and is
Special Agent Val .ntine of the.Unit- Gun Sight Contract .' pany which has opened a week'a engagement ,
,
given the navy thirty eight} years said to have cost her owner about: -1
ed States Treasury Department war APhlladelphia firm was awarded here last Monday will pre
; 'and and ssve'a
service with one.year 5,000. She carries a. ,crew of four' '
here yesterday from Tampa. Mr. months on the unemployed list. He this week/by the Bureau of Ordnance men. sent tonight a play called "Dora
Valentine is making a 'general tourof gained a splendid record in the a contract for furnishing 26 7 ;. Thorne.'>- Nearly everyone is familiar '-
inspection. inch gun sights of the new type'ata with the play and no doubt a large q
bowels regular the
-- --- Keep by
cost of $1,185 eachto,, be delivered your number of people will go out to see .
George Elliot:wrote that "ILi h device BETWEENTHE within six months. The sights will use of Chamberlain's Stomach and it tonight. Judging from the mannerin 41VbeMWomapeth. I ,
Liver Tablets. There is nothing bet ,
is still the force and he of the .
highest ; be distributed to the ships which this company handled previous '.-
who holds the secret of the wheel may; Devil and the' Deep Sea. Navy. The Chief of Ordnance has ter. For sale :by all druggists. plays during this week it is safe

make the rivers do what work he When coffee gets a person well:i invited 'bIds for furnishing 44 pairs to predict that tonight's bill will be 9
would." And to put a harness on within its grip and the drug habit is:I of 5-inch sights. Gun sights have well rendered. The company also
"Publicity! ," make it do the work : to the vessels requiring GET A PANAMA, $5.00, $7.50 AND It's the
and fixed then comes twisting and turning been shipped has some very clever specialty people Liver.
of the day for you-work impossible to 'get free. I them in southern waters so that $10.00 AT STANDARD CLOTHING who will entertain the audience I r

to the waters or the winds-is "high With many people if the coffee" Is the record target practice beginning COMPANY. between the acts. Don't fan to get to. ay it your drnggists & bottle ofSO
device" modernized. headache sets I in a week or two off the southern
breakfast
left off a
at
taken the' old I coast of Cuba, wUl'be under condi Suits Filed. No is pleasant and positivea I J
in, and if coffee is appli E. B. Wells vs. A. ID. Alford et. al. pills as HERBINE :
THE KIND YOU WANT BLUE stomach and nervous disorders are''tions with the best possible DeWitt's Little Early Risers. These L
suit for the recovery of money alleged;
RIBBON VANILLA Extract Made simply added to and made more fixed ances for the firing of guns. Famous Little Pills are so mild and n wIll
to be due and attorney's fees. quIckly and l
from the finest Mexican Vanilla and harder to.escape from. Still Jamestown Exposition. effective that children delicate ladies and digestive! organa surely to t'helr rest the Liver.Kidneys 1
to Mary and George W. Arras vs. Pen norma'functjo ,
beans, absolutely pure and aged until to freedom Naval officers who are arrange weak people enjoy their cleansing Ie1 like a new Wom&l1 after You'I
there is a very easy way of the Atlantic sacola Water Company, prayer for in and: takIng the flr bottle j
It has for th.3 participation
the "Blue Ribbon
Flavor. health. effect, while. strong people say they Cents. ALL
and in from
Exposition junction to restrain respondent DRUGGISTS.
Jamestown
fleet in the.
the liver pills sold. Never
test
A in Mo. says: are
woman j
water
1907 have been determined upon. turning off or discontinuing sup
SUMMARY Of 4'I never thought of several attributing months my They will make plans for ths enter ply of defendant.Jas. gripe. ALL DE:. LERS. !
coffee till
ailments to tainment of tha foreign fleets. The !

ago I saw' a ..Poetum Food Coffee advertisement commission will consist of Rear Admiral A. Bailey Dead. HUNTING VIOLINS. -----. --- ----- -- --_ I' "j
THE: WEATHER which, stated that the old I P. F. Harrington, chairman,, New York April 11.-James A.
kind of coffee was frequently Injurious -| commandant of the Norfolk yard: Bailey the showman, formerly of Bar Tariiio Wai Found Dead Surrounded ,' 1

,to people, so I. thought I would!!; The second member will be Capt. J num and Bailey died at Mt. Vernon byi-Vttlcable: Initrument S '.
The maximum try Postum anyway for"I was in a1' chief of' Atlantic fl et. of erysipelas.The and ,
temperature was 77 E. Pillsbury, today Violin makers now. again come :
Agrees at 10:30 a. /and the mini most wretched condition-a nervous, The third member, not yet selected, upon pieces of wood of phenomenal
mum 66 wreck with weak heart which I i will probably be apointed! from Original Laxativa Cough Syrtfp resonance and beauty, and when they 0 I ,
degrees at 6:40 a. m. yes ed and threatened to stop. fIltter'l[among the officers of the Bureau ofI is Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar. do we may be sure they give special

terday. "The first time i I: made I I Navigation.CITY It expels all cold from the system by to the making and finishing of the ,-.-- '
Observer Reed in his summary of fee, I boiled it well and was delighted I i actin' as a cathartic on the! bowelsKnnedy's care
StradIvarius
'eather\ with the flavor. My husband who did I I BONDS EX'PECTED:0': Laxative Honey and Tar is instrument formed of the wood. .
conditions yesterday said: at rate, did. In 1716 be take the celebrated Botanic.Blood Balm (B. B. \
not know that it was not the old kind! ARRIVE IN PENSACOLA TODAY a certain safe and harmless cure for any cure,
"Conditions
over the country hav of coffee relished it very much, say. -' colds, roup and whooping cough. had a piece.of luck In this particular, B.) It is all in the world you need to effect a per

tecome more settled during the past ing 'What good coffee that is!" But It is thought that the city bonds and his luck tfent into an Instrument fect and lasting, cure. Even the most obstinate

21 hours. The northeastern' depres after breakfast was taken with a:I, will arrive tod y. The lithographer with which he fell so much In love that weeping and scaly, forms of eczema have been permanently \

IOn has moved to the Canadian headache and drowsiness caused by!!i has completed the work and notified be absolutely refused to sell it or allowIt cured-cases which resisted the united efforts

Maritime Provinces causing rains to the lack of the customary drug. 1 J[i the bond trustees some time ago that! to be played upon by any hands but
was resolute, however, :and drank it,i the bonds had been forwarded to Pen his own. .He kept it locked up and of scores of medicines, and many doctors. I
continue over New York and New for dinner and supper., The next day;i sacola. JWr when he died a( the advanced age .of I Hundreds of our testimonials substantiate this state

lngland. A general depression now the headache was not so.bad and by The signatures of the proper officials / ninety-three he bequeathed It to his ment. If you want a cure instead of a costly experiment .

fverlies the Plateau Region and the third day it was gone Day by! will be attached to the bonds as sons. By and by. an enthusiastic collector call for Botanic Blood Balm and accept .

there has been light precipitation day I felt better and better and soon::, quickly as possible and then the ,litii1 -II named Salabue got on the scentof no substitute. A never-failing cure for eczema.
s'nce Tuesday morning from the noticed that I 'did not,tire so easily as;I 1 ograph documents will represent the I : 1O1 this instrument, and about the year
north Pacific coast southeastward I used to. In two" weeks my, friends security held by the creditors of Pea- 1760 he acquired It-at what figure is Price $1 per bottle at all druggists, or sent on receiptof

to Colorado. Local showers ana' be an to compliment 'on my improved .,. sacola in.the. presentbond deal. not known-from one of the great price. 5 bottles for $2.50, 6 bottles for $5.00.
thunderstorms have occurred in the condition. I rapidly gained in
Jiissouri Valley and southern por- flesh and strength, and In 3 monthswas CHAMBER Ci COMMERCETO man's'sons. BOTANIC BLOOD BALM CO.,' Atlanta, Ga.
tons of Louisiana and Florida; else- a new being with strong steady. HOLD A MEETNG Salabue cherished it until his death, j.
*nera the weather has remained nerves and easy, comfortable, healthy about 827, and then a strange character -R-

lair. heart a tion.. I feel like thanking you An important meeting of the Chamber appears on the scene as purchaser.This \ -,
""Tejttperature changes have .been so much for Postum Food Coffee."' of Commerce Is scheduled to take was an eccentric old fellow named t
I
unimportant Name- given by' Postum Co., Battle place today at noon. There are several \ Luigi Tarislo, who, abandoning his

> "The eastern half of the countrys Creek Mich. ? propositions of vital interest to I trade as "carpenter had started collectIng -

"romstric now under'the influence of high Headache, when' coffee is left off, Pensacola in the hands of the officers Here's' Good Rule old violins and was.now searching

"ing pressure, the condition is rare but is a sure, infallible signof and different committees and it Is a In every nook and comer ot Italy for 'U.-E-
favorable for: continued fair a poisoned! drugged nervous system thought that! some action' concerningthe the treasureS Cremona. He could _

feather l inursday over this vicinity through calling more and, more for the matters will be' taken.It Make all neither read nor write,,this enthusiastic -
with variable winds. the trouble.-To yield is understood that the 'spec'al your appearance --- --
.. drug that caused I collector-but he could. tell a valuable I
Chamberlain's to the fierce demand of the drug habit committee appointed anent the stock it should pe.I fiddle' the moment he law it and I -

Cough Remedy the Best is most humiliating and 'sinks the limit matter will report today. It js I The way to do that is to he estimated the worth of the Salabue"Strad" I
and Most Popular. victim deeper, with certainty of fixed said that the committee will presenta Lumber Any Quantity Rough or Dressed.Owning .
after he had i
.'wear our stylish clothing.Distinctiveness 'I() well that acquired ; ,
: Mothers buy it for croupy children, organic disease if persisted in. It resolution, accompanied by an ordinance with all :
railroad men buy it for severe coughs Is easy to change from epffee, if Pos prohibiting stock to run at I and simple it he. kept it to himself j I ant
had already our mill we are naturally
its maker operating own saw
that
and elderly -is used .in its place, large in the which the J the loving care
people buy it for la grip- tum Food'Coffee corporate: limits: the
salient in. a" 'position to make lower the
prices to consume
lived .
elegance are Tarisio entirely I
it.
W-: says Moore well ma'de, that is, boUed: council will be to adopt. shown for
Bros., Eldon Iowa. for Postum city asked A' i
wretched garret In j than the broker,who must buy ,through an outside mill
In .
"e sell the deep-seal brownof features of garmentwe alone a
more of Chamberlain's Cough long enough has every
;We also varnishes all kinds of build-
paints, and
R medy than any other kind. It Mocha( and the soft smooth'not( Railway Engineer Killed. make. Milan, and one day in tL! year IBM his I i' ers' supplies supply at lowest prices. Let furnish
seems to have taken the lead over sev- strong) flavor much like* old ,Gov't Sueprior Wls., April 11.-Great neighbors found him lying "ead among needs. us you an estimate -
era! other 'good brands." There is no Java'the taste ''being distinct however Northern passenger train No. 36, eastbound Your' money's worth or a confused heap of Crraonas.. The old on jour

question but this medicine is the best and belonging only to genuine Pos was derailed near Cass lake. your money back. man had amassed collection, of some
inat can be procured for coughs and tum Leaving off the coffee, that last night Engineer Aflerty of Superior 250 Instruments, the result of .a thirty Blunders Mill'Company

Colds, whether. be .a child or an breaks down the nerye' 'centres and was' killed. According to .the, White & Nix years' "bunt," and although he had ,
adult that is afflicted. It always cures taking a food drink..th'at.suppues. the Great Northern officials in Superior started life a penniless carpenter, he Phone 717. 21 East Garden Street 11 1

\nd cures quickly. Sold by all drug-. needed elements to rebuild them the passen'gers suffered nothing more 29 S. Palafox. Phone 790 died worth about#12,000.-CornhUL I ,
makes rapid change for the good. than a shaking up. -
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PAGE FOUR" 'r n Co PEN S" C 0 L A 'J 0 URN A L, THURSDAY MORNINGApRtt I I 12, 1906 .

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mandsir man_ of large practical ex I t j' We hive m coining to concealt No.secrets to Political
frf l perience and of proved "executive .ca that he jI Announcements
Jontnai'u1 .pacity. He I'I *TT hide! We publish the formulas of all our medi- ,
"
J U P Mayor-elect Becker,.'however, is not 1. e II cines. You will, find these in yer's Almanac RATES. -

;ri \ !' to.blame for the lack of a Republican Milwa I for 1906. If yon do not have a copy we will The rates for political announ

': 't t '" r'" -_ -- ___Itu1 i you one. Then show the formulas to your doctor. If be does ments, not exceeding 8 lines tn tf\

; t'?t -..- then do not buy; if he approvesthefl buy..an*keep these stand tin the primary of May is, are J;
*
DAILY WEEKLY. SUNDAY. I Lyer'S4IPfiWa. Aer'sPflus.L lows: "
f tU !*#M5 $ :f y medicines on hand :i.erl lUuThlre. en Che Pec rat.
fife The Daily Journal. .. . . .$1''
t41. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAYS I 1 The Journal's Daily The Weekly Journal. .. . -"";

: i ; These rates are strictly cashjj'vance !
M ii ...BY... THE PUBLICvIS INVITED and no
Irritated farmer: "An announcement wij,
.:doin! all the time, I'd like toy inserted or run under any other Oe

f.;# ia THE JOURNAL COMPANY.. II i THAT .i \vhilft. I was a-fightin the FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, ditions. -os.

jh' }.- -- I ? Under the bed up In the SCIENTIST, =--

r1. FRANK L MAYES, President and General' Manager. I S BY LLOYD yer white liveied pup!" of Pensacola? Florida, For the State_Senate.
1i r:: f ; Jabez Johnesy and to attend. a
: : -f. - --. _- 1 John S. Beard '
a candidate
rct Copyright, 1905 by it. I jest kinder mislaid LECTURE ON CHRISTIAN( SCIENCEby :?- -
nomination to the State
f1r MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. P H itH ; 'B all," Andy retorted. Democratic Senatn'h": -.,.
primary called
'
:t11.. .... .. I i poor little Mary Ann Rev. Arthur Reeves Vosburgh, tc
",'f7' Jurw r May 15th, together with other ,: .
t9' ll her by howling. Member. of the International Board of ers, will address the people .--
.: SUBSCRIPTION RATES. : THEN Sarah Ann Jqhnesy and ously, cookie-I yant'a d'ink of Lectureship of the:Mother Church cam&ia county upon the poi "

JJ One Year..s 00 Ono Month.... ... ......... 45 VY Mary Ana, her little five- "I, somefifi to eat! Boo-oo! in Boston Mass., at sues of the day at the rOl.4 ow.

?1."J Six Mouths....... ,.. ...... 2 50 One Week, .........,...... 10 jear-old, returned from the -I along near sundown THE UNIVERSALI'ST. CHURCH, times and places:

,. ..1 !"tb. Three Months..... ...... i 1 25 Week] Edition per year.l OC hayfield to ",bil a cup of piercing bear showed no signs of East Chase Street, Roberts, Monday night, A.pn> l it,

at 4 A his position. He knew a Monday, April 16, 1906, at 8 p. m. Century, Tuesday night '
1l i. wu-ww ju-- tea and to heat up, a mess of beans fOI: still on Apn ;

{:ii\t: The Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed pa and Andy Ginnis the "help" they the I when he melt it and the ALL ARE WELCOME. Pensacola (Escambia Hotel ), 1'lur! ;5.
: many good things in day night, April 19.
"It do
took aback" to find a
were "mighty
r. Circulation Statement Dan Be Secured. jams and jellies'-which the \\Molino, Friday night, April 211
!!
black bear, big as. life and twice as away : !Bluff Springs
I" 'I' had bottled for the Grand Saturday, day ""'I,
.M' :.h.. _ S natural, sitting on their kitchen floor : say nothing of cakes and April 21.Muscogee.
: 't the "I
,1 i.f.: .i : Offices, 108 and 110 East Papers on Saleon Trains and peacefully licking the last remnants and it seemed after- Monday night, Apr j;
!' I "Where Easter Ball (McKianonsville
''' t;, .:' oJ.* Government. Phone 38. and at all Newa Stands. of the anticipated dinner froo his dcKaato snout bad Monday Tuesday, ua\' ["njt'
April 24.Brent's.
.
'
',. ;- &
.oil' I off his clumsy paws. light everything that a.bear
#4 k' one Thursday night ,: _
Apr
t
". Now Sarah Ann was not "skeered," down ; in kitchen, pantry or cellar. c. K of A. Hall. (Myrtle Grove, Friday night A.,
t. ,
ti1
: iPUNSACOiLA, FLORIDA THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 12. 1906 though it did "fetch her sort of sudden- dark stood glowering in silence- Benefit 27.

.14sL-: : -- __1__ like"-not she. "She just up and had the exception of Mary !Ferry Pass, Saturday day time. li...,

Pernicious Practice of stand far below Mauna Loa or Pelee thought of all the mean low down scent. broad the old farmer rolled around struck Knights of'C'olumbusBuilding 5th.
grin iMillview
Thursday night
above ,
in energy, but as a spectacle it is ab things that blamed critter had been Ma3
he clapped his hand on Fund. McDavid, Friday night, May 4Nix's
Would-Be Humorists solutely the finest in the known world a-doln about property-'kill1n' sheep, ously
and It has /been superior in. that respect "Land BARRIOS' ORCHESTRA. Precinct, Tuesday night, \lal,
The British vice consul .at Algiers In all historic times. npsettin' her bee' houses, tearin' down the a-thlnkin' and a-thinkin', 8th.

4 Is righteously indignant over the following I the grapevines and'land" knows what e't up as somethin' has to be done Refreshments. Beulab, Thursday night, May :>"

note which was found upon the &"" I gone smart, and I reckon as I Admission 25 cents. Pensacola (Seville Square) Fn May 11.
,
tti Mediterranean in bottle fl a. loud Come along 0' me, Andy. ,
:4 shores of the a
: Pine Barren Saturday
# FLAGLErVS; NEW KEY knew. !: and strode off In the di night, j&
and brought to him in the hopet' # WEST 12.
EXTENTION. *
barn.
Jabez
: that a reward would be ,forthcoming: ii- :- Marine Co.
Ann followed
Sarah both
Grocery
was ,
New Orleans Picayune. &I ID I- For the Legislature.
Half-past February, 2009 B. C.-The toned tugging Mary. Ann by the -
:: : writer, R. Crusoe is marooned on a t ] 604, 606, 60% 610 S. Palafox St. I am a candidate for member-1f
,. small island in the state of Ohio. I mi 4, S e
f ; ,
swiftly yer help 'me catch the Phone 725 lower house in the state Ipgisl&u:
was a seaman on. the Mary Ann a -
This If climbed' from Bacamfoia! county in the Den
country has contributed : Jabez as he into
-4 ( three-masted whaling sloop, which V. J.! VIDAL I cratic primary of 15
i1ager. May
and
wn>
,4 was shipwrecked on the coast of Missouri -many great works engineerlng to! to And Andy (obediently' : :L!>
predate the support of all Democrat.
three miles from Kalamazoo, command the admiration of the all"his S : THE HOME OF GOOD THINGS TO CHAS. M. COSTOX:

Mich., at a quarter to March, in the world, particularly In recent years;' ly : yer. gain' to do with

year of our Lord 1799. Please help a and pa?' queried his wife in EAT
$mSJ Many of these feats are connected I heretoy announce myself as a
-4 fellow creature in distress. I am living man, a astonishment .
4 with the traffic of the great railroadsystems Just Received: candidate for the lower house of '.
on peanuts. a space wait and you'll see-eh! Ha.l1butchunks, Halibut Quick Lunch Florida legislature subject to tilt s
of the
The practice of would he humorists country. Not the very & ', yer blasted IdgiU 50 kite of fancy Mackerel Jl-25 per tlon of the Democratic priman JL:

-' .,-- who seal up their effusions in bottles ,least of tbieee engineering achievements happen. kit. May 15th. GEO. T. MORGANI

.- and then set the bottles adrift at sea Is the railroad that"is being 4A7 1)1tILU) "Holy 50 kits Salmon. $1.25 per kIt.

Ii.i. *. ,- ; is pernicious, but it seems that it is built to Key West, Fla., to connect quick!! ( 50 kits halibut fins, $1.25 per kit. i: am a candidate for member of -b>

that remote but important port the 50 kits of Cod Tongues and Sounds, House of Representatives from &,
4- : impossible to put a stop to it. kit.Bloaters .
.
$1.25
most Mrs. per cambia county, subject to thc: !I'.-
4 point in the
soutbernly United
; The shipwrecked mariner, when the Milkers and Roes Herring cratic Primary. I earnestly solicit

facing death, has long made a practice -States, with the mainland and openIt "
-: of sealing the report of his mIsfortune to direct and rapid communication farmer German Saner Kout ty. JERRY: J. SULl.IV A.N. JR.

: in, a bottle and trusting to v>ith, all the balance of the country, b'ar _I Fl Pigs Manewil Fet and in kits Lange's, $1.00.Fruit Cake.

: wind and 'wave to place it within the lack of which facility has so far neither; /;, fi National Biscuit Co's Fruit Cake 25o For Justice Peace, 'District No. 2.
t proven a serious obstacle to the development S --
:
-
reach of someone who could render ;. 1 p per pound.We I hereby announce my .imiai1C!

assistance, and, in consequence,whena rort' would which appear its to importance warrant. as a through : handle the celebrated. blends ot for the office of Justice of tht> Heart?
and Coffee roasted by the Gulf City Coffee
for the Second
District Esr-araou
bottle Is found floating at sea it is This raikoad extension will have of
Co. H. P. .Chipman, Manager.
1- parlor I',1 County subject to the Demur.-,. .
to traverse a distance of 'milesof
$ almost invariably picked up and examined sixty Oaxaca 35c lb.; Gold Standard 25c
yet : Primary to be held May 15th. li-\ *
water dotted: with Innumerabls
when conditions such that Ib; Diamond Blend, 25c lb; Golden
are
The R. L. NICHELSE: ;
small islands and keys. The line Rio, 20c lb.Strictly .
this can be done. will therefore be f while } ; -
practically a con-
i I fresh roasted and as good
The practice of using bottles to tinuous trestle or bridge. The I herself as any Coffee! sold in this city. I hereby announce my canto'

serve the ends of would be jokers and bridging wide expanses of waterIs ,, tune: : Send us your orders and we will deliver for the office of Justice of the ''P.J.Ctfor
no new thing the bridge ross the Second District of Esc.imtu
a
funny people should be stopped, if SHE: : IXTJSG A OALLOS OF SOAFT WATE3IK promptly.
Ii Salt Lake In Utah being a case.In. THE :ANIMAL'S FACE.: Jabez! daerdc4n4LGinnJ'I County, subject to the Democrat:
ptr there is any way to do it. point, but none of these long trestles first" Primary, to be held May 15th, l1Ub!

f can compare with that now all besides," while, great rage welledup C. L. SHINE}
: I But : l A Fine Line of
There is one consolation in the approach -". buil ling out from the mainland of in her usually.gentle.heart, and it

of warm weather. Congress: Florida to Key West. In order to seemed as if a vengeance, swift and : tin changed : hereby anounce myself a can'i-' !

Will soon have to call a halt withstand the heavy seas that are terrible j date for the office of Justice of th.
was about to descend
liable "to beat against it, the bridgework upon i ; Peace for District No. 2. subjec1 t 1'.
will have to ha uncommonly this Innocent sleepy looking creature i i i whose : : ., TENNIS the action of the Democratic Primar:

The WonderfulResults. strong and to be free from the battering Like a flash she sprang' a low !j glyphics 5 I May 15th.

of the .waves in the hurricane bench just inside the. door, seized awash '1 I- Now, J D GOSS
season the road bed 6f the bridge a'!j I 1 -
basin In both bands and flung '
will be thirty feet above the ordinary had
For County Commissioner Dist No. 3.
J1; All these things: shall be added tj'hose level of the sea. gallon of soapy water full In the ani(- and the GOODSJUST'RECEIVED

who advertise: There Is no obstacle too greatto mal's face. Spluttering and growling. ;' large I hereby announce my candiriarv "- .

/While the earth turns once on its overcome when' backed by unlimited the bear retreated 'into a. hack room, rah re-election to the office of count. *w
missioner from District No. 5 :
resources in money and zna- MIUI
Txis the folks who live in one city and Mrs. Johnesy hastily.slammed the good
k terial The Key West railroad will to the action of the Democratic Hr
1 : llock may-by door upon her unwelcome visitor effectually fork
energetic use of the
have to be uncommonly staunch : : HIS OUTSTRETCHED LEGS. New Tennis goods. mary of May 15.

Want Ads-scare wolves away from i,work if it is to successfully with cutting-, his means of esI I i I the Rackets-$1,25, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, J. M. ANDREW-
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their doors. encourage "opportunity"to stand the stress that it will have to cape. !l s peal to goin' to hurt yer!" This $3.00, $3.50, $4.00, $4.50 $5.00, $5.50.

-. make friendly calls, bury a hundred endure, but &s the Flagler interestsare This accomplished she turned to I j!i "My panic stricken porker which Nets- $1.50, 2.50 For Couhty Commissioner, Dist No 5-
: behind the enterprise; there Is no b'ar out and stowed beneath Balls-3 for $1.00.
"little troubles Mary Ann, who bad been sta
and make the I dIng atone
ib 1 doubt at ,al1| of Its successful completion dirty It was:: only eight months Fine line fresh spring I hereby/ announce my Candida f:11;
Fishing
'& best place to live in within a circuit and in fact It is already partially .i ,side watching the performance, But Tackle; new and of best quality. re-election to the office of coun1- >''In,

of a utile.I&:4 built I with| staring eyes and serious face, and advice had returned to the back One thousand new Edison Records missioner from District No. 3. si.-1 "I'//!'

They may add to the population of A railroad to Key West will, spoke to her sharply: '"Now jest yer the minute direc- just in. Come quick before they are to the, action of the Democrat' pn.
gave
greatly shorten the distance to Havana look here lary Ann,: and mind what With mary of May 15.
the block picked over.
by bringing In ten hired
new as there will be left only nine- I'm man.
a-eayin to yer. Sit right down J. R. STEWARD
lodgers-add to the prosperity of the of the here, Andy, yog take the Out of town orders promptly filled.oalr .
.i: 't. ty miles sea journey across I. there on that stoop, and don't yer move -- -

-.I block by finding jobs for the ten idle Fiorida Straits.. Aside front its imbortan'ce till I git back and don't yer let no one the a very to the parlor window and For Tax Collector.I ._ __
people who lived there-add >to the Cuban trads Key ; and,I'll wait out hers '
to the come in, for there's" awful 'growed
West will also become__ an important : and when the b'ar chases :iereoy announce myself a canal-!
I ,' _- peace and quiet of the block toy enabling port of call for shipping going to up b'ar In thetb; k 'room"thet would !!! the pig I'll ping the brute. datefor .re-election to the offlct t

Mr. Brown to sell that trombone -the Panama Canal or coming into Jest love to eat.sech as you. I'm a-go- I "If : : Tax 'Collector for Escambia! wort,
BRUCEPRESSTH
: ; -add to the social importance of the Gulf of Mexico. The place has In' to git\ yer pa to com and' kill it I best perfectly-at least the first F.I B. at the primary to be held on JU &

: the block by enabling Mr. White to an excellent harbor and would enjoy dead. Sow, 'miad \tat I tel yerf,, sy you 1906. I solicit your vote.
after a- few minutes of
; trade a suburban lot for a considerable trade but for the And with .parting glance at the parlor ny Respectfully,
3rU an automobile -
terrible commotion
a
lack of railroad communication with: door she climbed a" snake fence said J. S. ROBERTS.Atthe -
r -add to the business activirV of the interior.' First there was a re
and hurried across a field of stubble, If I
N.i the block by finding a tenant for the disappearing: behind low bill. aa if the whole side solicitation offriPnth. 1 I1"-1*

vacant store-add to the comfort of 1 *Ht; Mary Ann .sat dutifully where'she gone over, followed by ear by announce myself a candnu.f '"''
I and noise of falling the onlce of Tax Collector Slh'tthe <
j the block by finding three new care- was put, wIth her mail mind full of
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THE DEFEAT OFMAYOiR action of the Democratic P'' [mar
takers-add to the "joy of living" : thoughts of the "big doggie," till she
by D. S. ROSE .
; : the just time to yell: "Git out. May 15. 1906.NEILS
tall
saw figure of her
promoting trades and transactions pa come McKBXZIE OEKILV-J
here
tSnowed ma IIoqJerusalem, ,
I boundiDg'o"6l'.the rise a moment --
and
activities -h1cagoTrHbune.
4 '% : amotfg the people. later bymaandrthenAndy: valiantly !" when the whole circus
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out of the house. For County Treasurer. _
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S- Wonder if there U *# HS4HM K! H-H waving a hayfork. : above his
between! the any connection ----- I ; the second part of the ar WI) I will be a candidate in ti, *&"

-. eruption of Vesuvius i The election of Mr. Sherburn Beckeras I head.When they had all collected ...a the I The terrified fugitive saw cratic primary of May 15 fo- i K-'i-) "! 1

and. the eruption of Elijah Dowie? mayor ot. mwaukee was a picturesque kitchen Jabez suddenly grabbed his and, after the habit of pigs L'LV.M&.W nation to the office of coun' tr a >:

I the defeat by dashing between his er. The support of all democMts: w J
Pouttney BIgelow : event. It means ofl bead, while a queer,expression spreadover
: missed the chance I II a man and. machine supposed to be his honest countenance. "Sarah legs. Jabez strove to leap t be appreciated.
of his life when he failed to J. ED. LLL .'IS
accompany Invincible.. It means the promotionfrom Ann it was too late. His feet
If ain't
iI11: Johnegy yer the big head-
!
Chairman Shonts" to. the. Isthmus the position of alderman of a' edest, all around stupidest female bein'* d'trom under him, the'. gun -and''
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whom the people have I hereby announce myself a
of Panama. young man the clouds, and pursued .
that milked
ever a cowl! Do know Tr- '
you of County
the office
had reason to believe incorruptible, disappeared in the dis. The peltarestSaf'eat! .._ date for
Tie ld.has alert ,to public abuses, and imbued what.yer gone and done? Ye've cooped HadIest-.u4! Perfect urer subject to the action of -hi- Deirocratic -
'B1rminqham.iAge.Her
with real Democratic sentiments. up the War right'along In the same 1.:1f-6Uiagl'ea. N.gaM! filler Primary.
the following to say,anent the present : last lingering squeals bad -oo ink ta ipffl-DO decent S
m Few unprejudiced observers will room as my gun, and then yer" caHate ofihaklag, THOS. F. {! Y __
eruption of Mount Vesuvius Mrs. Johnesy turned to her
: deeply regret the defeat of Mayor thet I'm a-goto' ter shoot) him. If thet Ton simply pial the button(u

4. -{" V suvius is not only a wonderful David ,S. 'Ipse, after his eight yearsj ain't the women-folk fer yet!:' husband with all the con IA the pktuic,an.tle peA IIa For County Tax Assessor. _

spectacle, but it has' more, history 'behind In omce. Half a dozen years ago- Sarah Ann looked blank. "If we only unmixed with triumph, she h "h&h.Write. --re-nomria--

t-t'qf4: It than any other vateano in the when the street railway extension ordinance -! bed ''known in time we could 'a' got Into her voice: .tI1e Imt&ntft I will be a candidate for Tax Ass- -
: &ouchaa the to the office of Count
world. The ashes and cinders and was put, through the Milwaukee -!: t-lend of Joe Banseh's gun. but I pig headedest long leg- paper tion p mary of .:\1..
; stones' It Is throwing out today show council the Instance of born fool now?' she sor, in the Democratic <
plainly how at a groupof i reckon as how be took, it:along when 15. I respectfully ask :your support
Pompeii and
Herculaneum corporation managers, one' of; he went pa'trldg kfljm' 'out back settlement Eagle$150Flash W. W. RICKARD::'
were overwhelmed. In fact the'site whom is now serving his sentence at I she answered began thoughtfully ta ----
r In self :
way, -- -
I: Or both are In some danger today. Fort Leave orth penitentiary: defense. off his trousers leg. -

Vesuvius is spectacular because It was commonly understood, that the: Meanwhile hah e here, Sarah Ann, didn't I NOelS,itbu karat K&d I4 Board Public InstructionI _
sneaked
: etands on a bay near Naples i Andy around pea J poat-inert TBlcu zc4
a city mayor was the man who was manipu- Jf!"'
v. even larger than New Orleans, and it the house and had cautiously] peakedIn would git thet thar pesky robber u*fully(oanat *d. will !be a candidate for 1Ilt'r- .
lating matters behind the curtain in! :
is a,'great 'smoke producer and when this franchise" deal, I ,the parlor window Vto git a squintat ? And: didn't IT" Eade"f'1u11-No.ISF.a ship In the Board of Public ia *lnst,nt .', '

that ,smoke Is lit up by'Internal; fires, Some of the causes'for'Mr. Becker's" the pesky brute," only to' discover -- wjb fz.so tion from District No.1.

H becomes a striking spectacle. election may perhaps raise misgivingsin j that the room was empty.. He rushed k!' ,:ub.a.U: mary election.
t ... : WM. :E. ANDERSON
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When It
Is back excitement
remembered that vol. the'mind of the'political philosopher -' : with wild t. "Jabe
Gallant Sld ,
: '- canoe stand as a rule close to the .- The supplying of coffee and Jabe!" he shftutedi "H&aIn't that! Ha of Him. ud 0Iber" Swee for meIII' ;'J"
a reporter who wants a I will be a candidate
sea it la Impossible! to'resist an acceptance sandwiches to firemen in action may, ain't thar! He's'up and, cleared oat, 1 of Aik TOUR DIALIl. Uke ship In the Board of Public fntrC

of the theory that volcanic as a. campaign argument, seem to the tell yerr your gown. doenl Mil yo DM lap in the VI"
u--' No.2,
/ I: don't noto 'UIS" tlon from District
want FllJlllaIaleuoealeD4
; -: explosIons due to theseepage of any
: philosopher reminiscent of "bread and I Sarah Ann.turned.W1tb fury:.on Mary It* reuU!! ,rtc direct to election.
t.water mary
) In large quantities 1 tell him I'm clothed in my
through The .
theatrical character of 111. !ad
feames.; Ann. ,"WhatDaTe>yer-gone: and dona pea. aMabncI1 cw.utaL H. G. DeSILVA
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fissures to the
internal fires. An explosion MrBecker's whole campaign may also with thetthece' r:1t1'1'bn Job e.
"1Il ght interrupt the seepage cause the philosopher to 'ponder. &>, It all have to ten him-'then, EaglePencilCo.Muo&Zaeii' meIIlb r'
sy, thet Meft yef carefal-llke ter I will be a candidate for
_:
and
'
tajis1
) the volcanic power wouldbecome t6o"hefmay ponder over the fact that: nIght the most gorgeously gown !
i Instrue
Public
.keep yer eye on when'11 was etehln' ship in the Board of
intermittentVesuvius ; a city of 300,000 chooses a man of 26! Now ter en the : : at the ball-Baltimore 3)/Br a* r.Nnr Vwk .. No.3 in the prtIIlar:
-- Is"not .by the yer par none of yer lyln' me, from District ,
any means years to organize and guide its complei'pubUc'lile. can be .
; ; greatest yolcano in the world. It but speak upquick! : Aalshe'trabbgd t election.0. .
: That task plat I1.'de. "jl' : : i ? iWa :* AGERT O. .

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: j PEOPLE and .EVENTS et d Demonstration- [BLUFF SPRINGS I! f E.U"S" .1 1;!





Seen Heard and Done i Special to The ,JournaL
Among Those Who Go Bluff Springs, April 11.-Spring

Two lady demonstrators of work ig well,under way in this vi

Tarry Women and the H. J. Heinz Company will cinity. Gardens are being planted p 1ID''D D2S TORE
Society Here .
I and i be at our store FRIDAY, the and farm work la going on generally.Rev. :1
13th and SATURDAY, the I J. L. Bryars held his usual
I hot service at Pleasant Hill church: Sun-
S 14th to serve lunches and ,
I By E. WEUIE BECK. Telephone 669. I talk to you about the celebrated day last.. ;

_: goods we handle. ,Everybodyis Miss Mary Duke of Flomaton Easter Sale Proves PopularThe

welcome and it's all free, so visited her sister Mrs. Sarah Flllin-
-- don't miss it. Remember gim last week.
the
;you strike a. thorn or ros ', keep days I I Rev. J. F. Flllingim and brother patronage being accorded us at this sale is gratifying to the j

a-goin- The Journal's Daily Fashion J M. Fillingira attended a voiding natural pride Ve feel in Kress Honesty." We said we were going

tails or if it snow,keep in'! : near Walnut 'HUI. Rev. J.P. Fillin- "do .
jt it ag FRIDAY to things, and the people.believed it -and came and saw and
marriage <
gim officiated. After the
to sit and
'Talat! no use whine -
I of Miss Alice Strickland .and Mr bought. J
the fish ain't on line
your ;
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'Whi'lIl
.Batt your hook an' keep a' 'tryin', and Ward, a nice supper was served. The prudent shoppers are stocking up on various useful lines we

keep a-gain'! Quite a number of friends and rela- are offering at low-level prices.
SATURDAYROSENflU&GERELDS I .:;
Whi'n the weather kills your crop tives were presnt. It's wonderful how eagerly those pretty: dress ornaments, ,

keep argoin'! -. The people of this community are peculiar to Spring,"are being snapped up. It is also interesting to '
pleased to welcome Mr. Donaldson
When !you tumble from the top keepUgoin' I and family, see a woman come to buy a trinket and leave with a carriageful of

out Mrs. Anna Con\\"ay has been quite household utensils. ;
you're o every dime. .
Getting iTpose broke ain't any crime. indisposed during the past 'week. But the choice.is yours till'Saturday night I !

(Tell the world you're fesJln! fine The Fancy Grocers, So far term this cf has the been Bluff a most Springs successful To hold a candle to our great sale of last week we are forced to '

keep a-goln'! :'; Phone 391. Pensaco/a." sthooL The 'attendance has been exceptionally give values that make even us pause and consider-but we aregiving '
the sweetness from the "
oup
'Drain ," '
them. ,
good and the interest of !
keep a-goin:; IIr M.. : .
: ...' <. 'i teachers and pupils seem to. increase -
See the wild birds on the wing ',"', as the *months go by. -A Great Sale of
!Hear the bells that sweetly ringr; Mrs. J. M. Fillingim is doing nicely Jewelry

When keep you feel a-goln1 like! sragin! sing, Easter Ball with her music class. She seemsto Don't let the 10-cent price mislead you. Buying in such large

-San Francisco Call. : give perfect satisfaction. quantities we eliminate all intermediate profits and can afford to :
; would like to hear from Prof.
-4- i and Conductors Hall. Monday Allen Ws again as we are very much give you jewelry values which cannot be duplicated anywhere else t

TRUE COURTESY. I April 16. interested in his'writing. for two or three times the amount. You will see this illustrated in 1S
of lies in three the list -S 11
The soul courtesy 1 1I' ADMISSION' 25c. I following :

things-simplicity sincerity; and 'About Rheumatism. Cuff Links,ocean pearl cut from and back of collar and two

eelf-control Bays Harry Thur&ton ***$ $ $ There are few diseases that inflict one piece six different designs, sleeve buttons. 6c. set, better I

Peck in the current Munsey."The $ more torture than rheumatism and almost unbreakable,regular 25c. ones,..,.. ..,,...,,.,.,..,.... IOC
defect of the old courtesy lay in there Is probably no disease: for which value ...... ...; ........... .. ..io Straight ball top and patent
the fact that it was not simple; PIANOS AND ORGANS. such a varied and useless lot of remedies Gold-plated patent hinge, in hinge collar buttons with aluminum
CASH'
that it needed, so to speak the apparatus i11 1 : Oft EASY TERMS.N
: I All Piano 'Work, have been suggested. To say either rose or polished gold,with pearl or celluloid backs
of externals. It was not; Guaranteed. orwithoutpearlsetting..lOcGentlemen's 5 for.... .. .. .. .
that.it can be cured is, therefore a ... .. .. .... Sc
CLUTTER & RUSHING 1
sincere, because It 'W & too often warranted gold-
not 12 EAST GOVERNMENT 'ST. bold statement to make but Chamber.lain's Belt ornaments, in either gold- ;
aside and therefore apart
(put! was- plated UK.links,in two or three
who PHONE 476. Pain Palm which enjoys an extensive plate, oxidized white metal or !
of the "very nature of those f stone settings of' turquoises,
practiced it. To-day, when we criticize :. sale has met with great success emeralds, amethysts, rubies i ,. iridescent pearl. In round and j
the multitude for its bad manners ** *. in the treatment of this dIsease. pearls and brilliants oval design and all the new .!
ser
One application ,of Pain Balm will relieve very buckle shapes ..... .....each IOC :,
' we are paying quite unconsciously viceable........... ...per pair tOe ,
a tribute to the growth of the pain.nd hundreds of suffer Hat Pins, extremely beautiful, set
courtesy among us. For only' a cen- TgIJ4.11 era have' testified to permanent cures Rings for the Baby, plain, chased with stones, in knots,open-work :.
and with stones..each IOC
tury ago, who would have expected CHUMUCKLA I by' its use. Why suffer when Pain balls, imitation crystal, fresh
the multituate: to have any manners Bahn affords such quick relief and Gentlemen's Gold-Plated Rings, and salt water pearl, sterling
whatsoever? But now that which costs but 'a' trifle? For sale by all with assorted colored stones, tops. In all shapes and designs

fcefore was nearly universal: jars; on ( druggists each.,...... .......... .... .... lOc each... .. .. .... .... ...... ...loc: j

our nerves when we find it other e.. ;b- : Chains, woven or braided gold, Neck Chains and Lockets,in rose .

than exceptionalIn .:' ,:: Special to The Journal. silk and mohair,and gold-plated, and polished gold. Lockets

no age can thevery finest and Chumuckl, April 10.-We are hav CHURCH SERVICESFOR with or without charms...each tOe plain or set with pearls, opals, :

most exquisite courtesy be anythingbut :: / t fine weather; which is good for the Brooches excellent imitation of etc. Hinge lockets without

and rare mind-since and the sensitive union of feeling heart 'i d 5' : and they are all pretty well HOLY WEEK imported, goods of ten times the chains... ......?.. ......each IOC: :

itself ( : planting corn. April is the cost and will wear just as well. Neck Chains with Drops, in all
is so
make6 it perfect
iwhteh I ,., '.<' month for planting cotton, pota- Hard enamel, in all the new the new fads,set with amethysts,
the slowly broaching services for Holy
Yet are the
rare. k. : and etc. This section of Santa Following shapes, ''designs and tints, set turquoises pearls, emeralds
of all humanity church ,
of the rights week at St. Catholic
recognition forman : county is certainly a fine place Joseph's with pearls, opals and other brilliants, eta... .. .......... |Qc
the sympathy of man \ : the farmer. Good land is cheap and St. Katherine Episcopal! : colored stones. Also sterling
which are the fruits of demo- :' ? : Stick Pins,wonderful variety and
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: there are good schools antf St Joseph's silver brooches, heart shapes
cratic teaching, diffuse the spirit \ .' and the people are 6:30 Holy in all the new designs..each toe beauty of design in this assortment
makesnen "' very Holy Thursday: : a. m. ;: Ladies'
:which fosters courtesy and and gentlemen's
reckon it among the virtues. I .3 Chumuckla is a' village. Communion. .Prayer and Holy Com Collar Buttons, 4 piece sets, have fancy stick pins. ..... ... ...... IQc ILadies'
hurtling munion.. 8, a. m. High:Mass, Solemn
!Without the pomp' and trappings veral pearl .celluloid backs and include Golf Stick Pins, two on
new buildings are going Read- i
'which accompanied; it in days gone have"an up-to-date post office and up. ing Procession of Vespers to the.and Repository.divesting of the a button for both front.. card... .. ...... ....percad log
real I -- -
ly; it 1.if, anything, more ; SUMMER. COAT'FOR'THE ,SMALL daily mail. The5 office is well kept Altars.
and there are few ol us who have C. Seversoii,1; who is the right '
not given. spontaneous homage to Here is a splendid model for the. and' back, the' E.In 7:30 p. m.Adoration at the Repository I Wrist Bags and Hand BagsKress'
tiferight place.
some of our own acquaintanceswhose washable coat of- 'heavy linen or 1 1l'Ique !I closing made Mr. Walton general for Litany of the Holy Name ol :

breeding would do honor to which every small girl's wardrobe -:. pearl' buttons. Tl : Turpentine Co., has manager move his Jesus. Chanting of parts of the Tene- syndicate sells enough wrist and hand bags a year to make, ;

6 Sidney as their gracious 'bearing should include. "?hey are far,;I I.I line collar.in.- reaching front, ii from Brewton to this place. brae. an average store prosperous, and all because we give articles more ;
become.a Bayard.
:iftxrold. Courtesy because it has .in it dressier than' the garment' of some:; a button-hole We are glad to .see Mrs. Fillingim Good Friday: 8a., m. Reading of durable, artistic and useful than any small buyer could give for
!.! again. She has been very sick the Passion of Christ and prayers, un many
the element of self-control is akin light-weight woolen material moreadapted thread; the deep Dr. McKinnon, of Milton, made arofesonal veiling and Adoration of the Cross, procession times the money.Ladies' :
to courage and it sometimes excites to the needs of summertime the' iishopv sleeve :
:Mass
..visithere last Saturday. from the Repository
which is to and it might be' said improv'witheach turnover collar-\ ; '
admiration given -
the visitto .the weekly wash. The manner. The Mr. Jones Campbell of this place, Presanctified, Vespers and Divestingof hand bags, 5-inch gilt side, patent leather clasp and

courage.. .....- Russian b ouse.pattern is followed in ,t 'rorn.'over the In attendance' court, i Milton the Altars. frame, Vienna handle, Keratol patent leather finger strap..... .5cLadies'

EXCEUSilOR- FLINCH- MET this example deep single box pleats!| der, it being week Mr. Campbell is one of 3 p. m.-Way of the Cross. ,style,walrus pressing.........,25c

:WITH MRS. F. E. BRAWNER. Eat either. side of the centre front the centre back. mschanics employed' in the'rail.- 7:30 p. m.-Rosary. Instruction and patent leather avenue :
.. 'r'I' d shop her Chantin'g of parts of .the Tenebrae. bag, I 5 inch frame, pockets on
The Excelsior Flinch met last -- Mr. Coffee visited Penona last week Adoration cf the Cross after ser Ladies'.. walrus leather purse, six- both sides, patent leather clasp,
'F. E. Brawne
with Mrs. -
evening ville_ Ky. Mrs., JI;, M. Flinn and her taking his \ the interest of the Pace Turpentin
and the hostess was complimented ; up .; vices. inch frame,with pocket on each and stiff patent leather handle...25CKress' ...
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guest,Mrs. Helen O'Leary.All lanta College .of ? Holy Saturday: 8 a. In. Blessing of
iy a full attendance.ot the mem'brs.Mrs. .the 'club felicitated Mrs. D.LHD.le .. -- Captain Sawyer of Penona, made a the New Fire,' Blessing of the Easter
Brawner's special guests were Wilson thei "esteemed fellowmember" Mrs. trip to Ohumuckla last Sunday
Bdmond: Candle, 'Reading of the Prophecies, Candy.Kress' :
Miss Tennie Smith, of Virginia the .
Mr. Wm. McArther made a trip to
Madame
on her 'seventh wedding anniversary de Voe a Blessing of Easter Water and Bap
of Mrs. J. R.
charming young guest : last week looking after the log
rather'on seventh I of
or the faculty Mrs.
tismal Font Chanting of the Litany of
Saundere.; Miss Emma Mahone of anniversary of her wedding. school writes to of the Escambia Land & :Mfg by buying in vast quantities, are able to sell candy that
all Mass and
tuverne, Ala., guest of :Mrs. Barton I I Saints Hfsh Vespers. 25 elsewhere for 10
Tha score cards were dainty the 'hopes to Co.Mr Easter Waters will be distributed costs cents per pound .cents apound. Notice the ;
of Louis-
epper; Irs. U. H. Culter East cards tied with purple ribbons -i this city naxt .. D. M. McDavid was shaking after the services. offerings below. J

the purple and white were prettily ing Tuesday with friends here last Saturday Confession from 3 p. m. to 6 p. m. Wherever candy is sold in a Kress store it is safe, fresh and ;'
carried out in the dining room from South {e has a floating saw mill on the Es-
where the. guests were served witn glad to meet any 'River near Molino. 6:30 p.:: m. to 10 p. m. harmless.....;..,.. .......... ....... ..............per lb, 10c ,,
Sunday 7 Early
Easter
: a. m.
a cold luncheon followed by hot pils who may be .Miss Lena McArthur came home
chocolate. Ia.the'ce-nter'of- the tabIii ity, Friday from her school. She will Mass. 10 a. m. High Mass and Tc For Reliable Candies Try Kress' ;
Deum. 7:30: p. m. Vespers. Collectionon
few days.Mr.
a purple jardiniere stood a superb In a
YOUR growing azalea full of white Mrs. Ballard. Denmark, of Wallace was a Easter students.Sunday for the Ecclesiastical FUDGE, Chocolate and Vanilla flavors..,. lb. lOc
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blossoms, one of Mrs. Brawner's ullard. Is sitor in Chumuckla Sunday.
many beautiful bloming plants. In Mrs. Wallace in Mr. Mitchell and Mr. Ward have St. {Catherine's. Strictly Fresh Chocolates and Bon-Bons, usual price 40c. to '

the parlor stood a fine'red japonica to IFensacola. They have Services every day (except Good
60c. lb. Kress
In bloom that would enthuse a 'Mrs. D. A. doing extensive repairing on the Friday) at 10 a. m. and 5 p. m. per price.perlb. 20C

northern florist.. Fla., Is visiting locomotive of the Escambia Land< Good Friday services 9 a. m., 12 to ----- ---

EASTERTABLE The next meeting the club will Morrison on ( These two gentlemen are 3 p. m. and 5 p. m.
WATCH KRESS9EASTER WIND.011/.St
be the guest of Mrs. Monroe Campbell mechanics. 'Easter Day. ,
-at he!' cozy'homcr'ciqrner- Jackson The many Mr. R. E. Lewis, chief engineer for Services 6 a. m., 730'a.; m. and 11

and Eighth' avenue.: Oerting will Esc mbia Land and Mfg. Co., was a. m. Sunday school J:3fr) ( a. m. Eas-
has been I the car shop' all' last wsefc looking ter festival for' -$ nday: school at 4 ------- -------

CONFEDERATE MEMORIALON .week by illness. the locomotive' repairs. He re-p.' m. "-
rned to his 'home in Florida Town

APRIL THURSDANEXT'WEEK NINETEENTH.. Mrs. Lucius-. & CARD- HANGERS SAVES THE CARDS. ,:
the --L
fThe annual' Oonfetiarate Memorial and'Mrs. recently C. W. Counterfeiting the Genuine. (Buy one of these hangers and save your Easter cards, and next '

services will be held -in Lee Park on is now visiting Foley & Co., Chicago originated year compare them which by the way will recall pleasant 1

the summit"ot PalaioxHill one 'week P. Lewis in and Tar as."a.: throat and lung recollections of the other Easter. Cards <5 to 25: cents; China ;

from to-day, Thursday 'A rfl 19-one S and on account, of the great L Eggs 5, 10, 15. 20 and 25'cents; Chicks 5 to 25 cents and Rab'j

should be well or- week the'general earlier' than Confederate usual 'on accountof reunionto Cheap Imitation! I and popularity of Foley's Honey bits 5 to 15. entsCae' j

imitations are offered "
Tar
harmful Ingredi many
dered and complete, and be held In 'New'Orleans:s! April 25- for Blue the genuine. These worthless Booke-tore.
cer
26-27 V "i %.1 p Phone 235. 213 South Pala'oStr..t.. Pensacote .
1ll'contribute la. Absolutely ons have similar sounding '. <
.thjSewho' -
makeit All : : ''i-.r
we can help you Beware of them. The gnu- -- j
flowers afa requested: to1 have then
: GET A Foley's Honey and Tar .is in a yel -
at the monument by 1 o'clock on that
so. Among our ,
spec- package. Ask for it and refuse
$10.00 AT
day. .,:' substitute. It is the best remedy Arctic Mo*.alto f.
ial solicited attractionsare COMPANY. I
coughs and colds. W. A. D' 1em. The presence 'ot mosquitoes. myriads
Lindnstruth and daughters -
Mr. Peter dnfggist? and apothecary. I within the bare, uninhabited arctic -
Miss Bessj and Miss Meta are I
pleasantly-located at309 West I circle is surely in some degree a

Chase street i .. I mystery. The mosquito is a bloodsucker "_,,J

KENNEDY'SCakes :- : i' Our I JAY I j I but in these unvisited plaIns. ;f
Mrs. Emily. C. Wright and Mrs. I* I he Is for the most part,' 'and of strict

8. Brown era spending. this week in f necessity, a vegetarian. A few birds
and Wafers New OrIe ns. i i I! excepted (and the birds, are furnished

+ j Ice CreamWithout Special to The Journal. with impervious feathers), there la no

andLaTouraine !Mrs H. A':. 'Brosnaham, presidentof Jay ,April 11.-tR v;: Abbott filled I local life whatever. The Lapp in sum
the Junior 'Guild is now devotingher appointment at he Baptist mer drives his reindeer to the sea and & 1''i'
Roll WafersWe taste and enthusiasm to I the
here Sunday.Mr
no native crosses the fjeld< if be can
lat thing from Paris.. a
"'. ; Bryant and son of :Milton, 1 help it. Yet in this region "seemingly
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are sole agents forNunnally's i the l aby here Wednesday. I the most unsuitably for its effective
:Mrs. So A, Cates of Atlanta Is visitingher
: ''Mr J. E. Malone'and Clarence
Candies Daughter Mrs.J.'B. Wo dell,' Kandy of CenturY',., wera pleasant WASH SUITSFor working," the mosquito i ,flourishes., "a '- m .
243 EastGregoryair. / *- (j here Sunday' last. primeval and enduring curse inexplicably '
in developed to Its otmost."-London -
J i Mrs. H. F. Hurst is to go.to Pen-
'"J; : V. --Warfie-ld. now of Hop- Is with on., business": this week Chronicle.
Little Fellows.
kinsville, Ky., 4s.visiting in the city. l' noss'.eurs.! Miss Eva Wagoner spent last the PROSAIC HEN'S EGGS.

: picnic or with her sister Mrs. Stubb at Land of 'lUtIwlae.., f
Mr; aDd< _Mrs., Hunt Chlpley have can be New Zealand is,not when transformed by the use of on?.

returned rom a. short trip.- to Xouis-'. It,- and Mr. J. B. Nerd is visiting his par JWe received our first shipment GUS to or a part of. exactl1.contlga.j Easter dyes become things of ex

ville and 'LexingtpBw, ; lCy*: and ..are on at all at Diadem, this week. of Children and Boys'Wash seem to imagine, there treme \beauty and of endless joy to
'
with Judfs and Mrs J .Newman.At.lanta"Journat. Suits yesterday after: I the young and old. Every color that .
of miles between
Difference 1,700
some I tints the- most 'gorgeous sunset
noon. can
Sol Cahn & Co .1 .. '. *O !!ar Lodge of Perfection. .Come see them today before them. ThIngs :0 by contraries la the I be had and effectively used with little
No. 8 A. & A. iS. R. wit holdregular; assortment is "land of the kangaroo The farther
R&r.J.. :C. Hbson, and .son Mr.M. this fee&utlfuj\ trouble and great satisfying results.
Thursday, April
OGfbsoa, of 'Gad& !'eD county are 7:30 p. m. br keu. north you trayej' the hotter it ls -12S Packed either In solid colors cr
The Pure Food Store. visiting Mrs. 'W.v',B. Sheppard and. Visiting brethren are cordially degrees In the shade la. Queensland.! paper dyes each 5c.

Soutlmest Ctrner Palalox and Intendencte, Mr. J: J. plbscC'ttlsTWeek: : ; .Dr. Gib-i Kandy BRUCE: S. WEEKS V. M. Lignum vitae, which sinks in other waters -
son is) engaged.lq. Florida'mlssious. Sec. Standard Clothing Co floats in Atutrallia'waters. Th: -
'W. GIBBS Hooton's:
Pharmacy
,
"and is en
church,
for the Unitarian Christmas dinner Is eaten la Melbourneand ,
Phones {jJJ ths % .
to Louisville Ky. 'where ,
route .iO4S. Sydney when It U over 10Q degrees '
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Bouthera OonfarsdW convenes Mayj J J&th ; GET A PANAMA. $5.00, $7.50 AND Thlesen Bonding. In the shade. The Birthplace of Prompt Delivery
STANDARD CLOTHING
to :8th, Hls-Boa Mr. )lonte .is, AT PHONE 1100.

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If I Eve- YAdvertisement11, ; 'Thesu; Columns. -.. ,Read. by I

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i Invest Your Money FOR SAtE '$$250.00 CASH --


i1i* Good Luck Is Another .OTON& WATSON
But I and J15.00 per month for a comfort ,
and Get ReturnsDid able little home on. East Jackson St.
.,
Successors to ThOs. C. Watson 6 Ca.

is Name For you ever stop to think how:'hard Ten very desirable lots, $$700.00 CASH -, _.J.
a Heal Estate Rental and Insurance
Good"V; Leading Agency
"lor' you worked for the money you< have Block 92 oLthe New City ,
,.
: ? saved up? And did you ever figure '
) ; r up how easy it earns more. .for_ you Tract intersection Jackson balance at 7 per- cent. for house and -
1I Investment when wisely invested? And did It three lots at Fisheville fronting! the .
street
and 16tK avenue; overlooking i ,
ever occur tQ you that when you,allow bay; price $1700.00. -

$ ", -', .' .. !your throwing savings'to away hard remain earned idle you money'are? the bay, beautifullots LIST YOUR PROPERTY Bargains; Real Estate in all parts of the

: ...tt:; Why not either invest in gootf?renting for residences. city./. : .
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it. .i.-j
wjth us for sale we.'Ilsell Try us.
t- ; : improved property or vacant lots that ,, -
'!And .a',good investment means;, a-. good ..:(oeavght.... .are Increasing in value or lend it out Seven lots Block 55, Bel-

There's mighty few people with'a.for' sighr :good .. at eight per cent on good real estate mont Tract; lots in this Block S. BROWN & CO. Stores. and, ;Dwellings for'rentLdahthade .
as their hindsight Those "few" are Inyet1ng.their'dollars : mortgages. '* ---. \ '- "
L in: Pensacola business and residential :, 4 selling at $700. "
prop. : at current rates of interest on
'
L$ erty.. You simply can't; go wrong 'iryoubuyNnow.We Real Estate and Loans., .
itiE : will be glad' to jshow you many pieces of. property $50.00 for a Lot Six houses North 'Alcaniz improved. unimproved property.

"- improved and unimproved, that will yisld. big returns Street, good investment will 201 Theisen Building.
on thspurchase.rroaey... right in the city where people ,are Insurance placed in fifteen leading American
wR4 building up fast $1.00 cash and 50c. net 10 per cent: -
? '. per :week. ,. and foreign companies.We .
For particulars apply to $1900, 0' ..

: NO TIXES. respectfully solicit
your patronage.
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For five-room ottage, bath and reception
Pensacola Investment hall. A nice home away from Our rental department given especial atten-

Company NO INTERESt '- dust and heat'of the city on East Hill. tion. Cairand: see,our. list. -
,
$200 cash. $15 per month ,
I : A. H. D'ALEMBERTE City Manage I HcDavid-Hyer Company, > $3,000.00.For ,.;>'

LESLIE E. BROOKS a beautiful eight-room two story ,
I W INOWiZS, President p.g. SIMPSON, Secretar Agents New York house. New and Modern. An elegant' '

ii J.Z.SIILLMAN, V 204>4 S. Palafox St./flsh r Building. 8 E. Government Street. Lots in all parts of the city at all '
Rael Estate,,Loans, General Investments. HOQTON &. WATSON
Phone '462. Phone 7CO. Pensacola, Fla, I ,

215 South Paiafox, Street,' Pensacola,..Florida.kI' prices.C.R.YAEGER
;i; PHONE 54. 34SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
; Wanted
'. HILP WANTED .
=-- --wu No. 202 Theisen Bldg. Phone 686.; -
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WANTED- To buy old, gold and silver ----

IT BRIGHT YOUNG MAN Sixteen broken up stuff regardless of '
years of age or over who des'.rfes: to sizes. Cash paid. Ligntman &'Klein, .. a ,__ .. '2ufjfr Your Ho- I

I A HOTEL SITE WORTH LOOKING AT. learn newspaper reportorial work. 106 E. Wright. Phone 1127., THE BIG COAL
Good opportunity for active, 'I intelligent Here is YourOpportunity

young mas. Apply editorial '
; S. We have 160 feet by 240 feet deep on the. north side of East rooms The Journal,,this evening be- WANTED.-A. R. Bingham wants STRIKE IS ON

Romana street 160 feet east of Paiafox street that will'make one of, tween six and, seven o'clock llapr your movlng'and hauling. He guai
the finest hotel sites in the city. It Is in the 'business'district; would antees all breakage. Fhona 630. ;

k4M be convenient for traveling men. The lower floors would, rent well WANI'lEID-First-class': cook at once. to make 'an investment which ._ The,. greatest de.maniJ": r known:
as. store houses. The lot is large enough for any size building you 240 W. Garden. llapr .- will yeldy i.i'a"big profit. It's for 6, 'T and 8 'room' modern houses.i .
might desire and still leave room enough for a vacant lot* The ImJprovements WANTED.-The public! 'to know that only a lot 66x90 feet but it's i I Landlord why 'not build them. I can

,on the rest of the property .would Increase the value of WANTED-A good all-round old newspapers can be bought at!! on th corner'of Garden and I I rent or sell such houses; give me, a, 'Yicfoi'cJ Pe.tficIiOA-
4tij the vacant part to such an extent that the printer, this'office for five cents a bundle. They I Railroad streets. ,If interest. '
partltsed would list and me.
:cost very capable of doing first-class job print- try; THE MOST BEAUTIFUL
little. We can show you about jn 15 per cent.'Investment 1ii'a build are all clean and nice. I ed telephone. No. 223 and ask SPECIAL BARGAIN"A f MAQAZINBJ
ing and experienced in newspaper IN THE WORLD"
:W ing of this kind on this property .. ,:'.,.$27,000.00WHICH work, Must be absolutely sober; no, I'I' WANTED-We want your orders foi for good paying turpentine business Ask your newsdealer for this superb

tirIi ullipRi R'i' drinking man need apply. Cook &,' -1907 Art Calendars. Over 300 original GEO. W.,PRYOR, JR. for 30000. magazine. If he does not handle it
DO ? : Hutchison Chipley Fla. '7aprlm designs to select from. All 40 acre improved farm 8 miles from send us his name and address withyourname

I ':prices. Mayes Printing. Co., 'Pensacola. Pensacola, worth 1 $1200, tan sell at and address and loc. for sample

to live In a rented house or own a beautiful home. Here is a WANTED-Old man for gardener 'also 16feb.r $600. copy. Regular price 250. Mention
i9q: chance for a man of moderate means to own his own home, and y<>- servant for cooking etc; white or, I this paper.

can buy' It almost as cheap as payln'g' rent (For $1000,00, J25.00 colored. Apply 'mornings. 29 W.,r McellaneousiEXCIIRSIONThe. Burr Publishing Company
I i44 down and I5.00'per month we will sell a pretty 5-room and hall: cot. Wright St. 20apr:: WANTED.-Electric work of all k'nd.! 4 West 22d Street New York CIt/

tage with 6 lots. The house Is.in good condition and is' one of the I I Let us dean your, fens, reair'our launches Stella H. T. CRAWFORD

highest points in the city overlooks the bay, is cool and pleasant in 'AGENTS WANTED"-Experienc3> dynamo, io jour wiring! .etc. Pac-na and Leclair will run excursions to
summer. Ask us about it.LIST : not necessary; pays for sickness,accident 570. Pensacola: Eleci'io! Co. 203 S. the Life Saving Station or other 315'/ South, Paiafox, Street .

Im and death. Address the Fraternal Eaylcn. ., points of interest,'day or nght: on reasonable -I For SaleFOR
YOUR PROPERTY WITH US"FOI SALE. Bankers of America, St. Louis .! '
FJ} Si terms. Phones 659 and :'::30.J. ....
I THE COLLECTION OF I Mo. 25mar4t WANTED.-All kinds of electrical .< C. Sutherland, Mgr. 12apr HOTELS.CENTRAL .
RENTS A
SPECIALTY. l work. I sell all kinds of electrical --- SALE(Miscellaneous law books

WE LEARN you to make mirrors at'. batteries and other.electrical sfipplles. TAILORING: L. Diamond, Tailor: THE BROWN HOUSE-Airy rooms, and office furniture. A C. Binkle,
iif$; THE FISHER REAL ESTATE' AGENCY, home. Full guaranteed formula ?5. When you need ,naa ring 345 or 935. Gents' clothing cleaned pressed and L good beds. Free baths and sample Thiesen 'building. ..12apr2t

206 SOUTH PALAFOXST. PHONE 87 I P. F. M. Co., Box.,472 Pensacola,.,Fla. E. W., Peake, new Star Laundry buildIng repaired on short notice: 'No. 11% :I room. $2 per day. Special attention
.ISmarlm E. Garden. 15dec. West Government St, Pensacola Fla. to traveling,m n. J. R. Brown Prop., FOR SALE-One good second hand
Idee. safe Will sell cheap. Apply room
DeFuniak Springs, Fla.. ISmarlm
I 3, Fisher building. llapr
.
WANTED Board and Rooms.FUiRNISHEZD Jt H. PORTER, sallmaker 716 South HOTEL CHIPLEY-Op.:
depot Large and well lighted FOR SALE-7-room house. I store
DIRECTORYJoppa Ituwsru wna Paiafox street. Orders
Professional taken for
I
Directory room, 2 closets _pantry, city water
:Meals
Free sample room. at
- :4;. fl. WANTED "Will invest'JIDOD to $3000with : ROOMS FOR RENT tents, awnings camp stools and house rooms. Lot 70x137% corner 10th avenue and
------- I attention
------ hours. Special traveling ,
Lodge, No. 6, I. 0. 0. F. I services, in some,ligitirnate'!r Privilege of light house keeping. 219 cots. etc. Prices. reasonable.. SJjan. all ; : to Desoto streets East Hill Apply on
t :cS- Joppa Lodge No.6, L 0. 0. P. THOS. PEBLEY, : and respectable. business. Give par East Government street Block and a men. $2.00' per day. J. M. Tug place. R. E. Coleman lOapr 2w

: meets every Tuesday evening at 11:30 LAW; REAL ESTATE. LOANS AND : ticulars. M.; 42, care .The Journal .I I half from Palafox. 10apr2wNEWLEY SHIP. Cl CHANDLERS Kinzle; Oert- gle, Prop. ISmarlm!

,o'clock at Rafford Hall, West Garden COLLECTIONS : 12apr3w I lug & Co., wholesale and retail ship CHIPLEY HOTEL-Carl Setterlmd FOR SALE-Car load Tennessee

8 St Visiting brethren are jcordially In. I t FURNISHED rooms; very chandlers and grocers, only first-class Prop. Special attention to commercial horses and mules. Can be seen at

rited.' PALAFOX AND ROMANA. WANTED-Young' country printer I reasonable. .Apply, 20 ..W.Romana house. of, kind in.city. Fair prices to all., travelers. Free sample and bath Pou's stables., McMillan & Turton
T. H. FLEETWOOD, N. G. t aprlO.
PHONE 957.T wants position in 'n orl' St lOaprlw rooms. Large rooms with good beds.
S J. W. GINGLES, Sec wspaper {1 Fine stationery wedding invitations .
job office in Florida or Al 11bama. Has I I ; $2 per day. ISmarlm
31jan6m t visiting ,cards, tally cards etc. Celia .FOR SALE-Grocery store and residence
eight years'. experience and an all- WANTED-A few regular boarders M. Robinson representing The' Chas.H. BAY HtTEL.-op.en night and day. combined Including stock,

Pensacola Lodge. 'No. S, K. of P. G. YATES M. D gentleman round good and job printer. :A perfect' .1 I Also a few table boarders in private .: Elliott Company of Philadelphia. European plan. Blooms: light and fixtures etc nice home good water,

4t meets every Monday evening at 8 ,., start absolutely sober; will family; good locat'on; convenient to Smarlm.' clean.: Transient trade solicited. one whole block under fence. Casa:
o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall OPTICIAN ,on full moderate salary. Addres;,'I car line; use of bath and phone, No. 575-579 S. Paiafox. Jaa. S. Nicolau, only. Corner Maxwell and 6th ave.

over Itou stable, W. Intendencia St. stating particulars Arthur Win-i 401 E. Gregory. Saprlm I Prop., Mrs. Z. P. Ryan P. 0. Box 614.ISmarlm .
;Visiting brethren cordially welcomed. 306 THIESEN BUILDING free White Castle. La. 12aprlw.*.. 4 MATTRESSES RENOVATED. New *
furnished if desired.
J. A. KIRKPATRICK, C. a PLEASANT! ROOM to rent 301( W.' tick All done
H. HORSLER. K. of R. & S WA1NTBED.-People at the Navy Yard in good order on short'notice. Leave For Sale. FOR SALE--Nice, clean old newspapers
to buy ice from the old reliable ice' Chase. 8apr orders at Green &, Watson. Phone at five cents a bundle. This of
'
Meetings of the Uli W otlers users ol morphine toil, man officially recognized by the Valentine 1 193. 7mar -Y-n.- fice.
Ae Knights of Columbus PAINLESS opium, laudanum, people. I will serve you prompt NICELY FURNISHER ROOMS for FOR SALE Store. and:dwelling at-
t4; are held at their hall, elixir of opium,co ly. IT. N. Howell. llaprlw* rent. Apply Mrs. E. Coulson corner MATTRESES.-WholesaIe and re- tached. A good business stand. Apply WANTED-To loan money on your

No. 8 West Iptenden- catheorwiIskeys1arge book of particulars Chase and Spring,Sts. 8apr, tail manufacturers and dealers in to' J. C. P bley. 12aprlw watches jewelry and personal ef-
eta street on every O P I U on home orS&Datorlum Let us clean your Panama. Hats cotton, moss and E. & C. mattressesand fects. Highest cash price for old go.J;
:
treabUNhlment. batf springs. Second hand FOR SALE-Five room cottage, between B
furni-
:stw'Monday evening at a .AdalessDr. cleaned"blocked and rebanded by expert FOR RENT-{Furn' hed or unfurnished and silver. Llghtman &; Klein 106
7:30 o'clock. An Into AND "Do M. WOOLLEI workmen. Leave hats at ture bought and sold. Upholsteringand 8th and 9th avenues East wright. Phone 1127.
104N.FryorSt. htlm's 6 room cottage at Big Bayou near repairing done. Old mattresses, Hill; gas, water and free 'mail de
4 V cigar store, 32 South
!Is WhIskey! !
extended ur wagen-I line, facing water. Apply P. 0.
Knight3 itlanta, car
4J* rising Georgia renovated; new ticks furnished if de, livery. On monthly payments. A :bargain HOUSES FOR SALE-Lease or re-',
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JOHN B: JONES ; Box 364, City.. 8aprlw sired. 114 E. Belmont, St., city for one week only.. Address G. near car line on Little Bayou. Apply -

EDM. Fox Grand Knight 'FOR W 'TEDYour'orders for tailor- Phone 771. Davis Mfg. Co., C. T. Davis E. Bredt. 12aprlw to Phillip Hannah, Little Bayou,

Recorder. SALE !I made clothing.: We make NICE !'FURNISHED ROOMS for rent, Mgr.:. 4aprl6t
your ,
suitable for light housekeeping. FOR -\LE--ne prescription case
List of Property for Sale D. Hale clothes fit. Let us take meas. :
your
By CARRIAGES
repaired and repainted. locate
Privilege of phone and bath. Apply and small line of -pharma.ceut1calshfgrowing FARM FOR SALE-80 acres.
v ; Daughters of Rebekah. : ure. Lamm, & Co., Chicago W. O. Floats built" .order. Horse shoeing .
Wilson & Co. railroad all frnH
810 E. Gadsden Stj'or: phone 896. railroad: townwillgive at Cottage Hill on ;
Naomi Lodge No. 10 Wells Fla. my
agent Chipley
Rebekah meets Daughters of One block on proposed street car 7aprlm 2Smarlm. a specialty. .J.. G. Welsh Carriage' practice ,to purchaser.Good. location. in and with large house barns, OUthouses
every
at 8 o'clock in L O. 0. F Monday, hall. night. line, NewCit1." overlooking Bayou SECOND HAND CLOTHING WANTED Co. 27feb, Apply with stamp. E. Porter Webb etc. Creek runs through tit!
visitIng I
sisters Texar and under fence.. ....$3000 M. D., Carrabelle, Fla. 12apr'JtFOR land and 4 or 5 springs are ale><* OB
cordially invJted -Highest price
to be paid for
pres. One half block on Lakeview avenuein gents'clothing ROOMS CHEAP-Furnished or un the land. Plenty shade trees and ..III"pIe -
ent. settled neighborhood and on hard only.. Sell second hand goods. furnished suitable for light house- Money to Loan. SALE One mantle folding bed pecan peach and plum trp s>
MRS. !
.B.R. Dress suits for
MISS WILLIE WITKOVSKI' road,, very 'cheap at.,. .. .. ..$1500 rent 9 E...Intendencla.. keeping. On: the Hill. location high gas range dresser wash stand, din. Good soil; also have a lot sf fine breed
JL4I. KENDRICK Sec. One-half block ((12-lots) and ,six new WANTED-By and healthy. Close to car line. Ap- $10,000 TO 'LOAN: at Current rates of in'g table "'dishes,, .etc' ,., ,Apply 36 S.Palafo chickens ducks, hogs, goats, pt*
a
young man, position ply 314 E. Strong. Phone 1213. ..T : 7aprlw fowls turK-jb ol!
houses renting for $5.00 each with interest. Pensacola Investment pigeons geese and
M. B. B. A. No. 81, meets first and as stenographer. A-l references I
room, for seven more houses.. $3250 I6marlm. Company. Aprill-lw. all kinds. Reasonfor selling i lis thaI
third furnished. Address :
: Wednesday evening at
7:30 C-2 care Journal.
AI .
Z2t .. Rafford Hall, No 10. West Intendencia p.sa Twp large lots and a good three 3aprlm, J FOR SALE Fine hbfef'slte' ;; best sit- have no one to manage place. A great
: street room and hall houserenting for $6.00 NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS for nation in the'city, for a tourist hotel bargain either as an investment OI

4 f1: A. G. FELL Pres. per month; t if sold at once.. ,.$600 reht. Good location and reasonable MONEY* TO LOAN-Everybody borrows ., 130 feet fronting south by 172 feet for party looking for a good farm on
; T :J. U SWEENEY. Sec. One nice five roomed house in good WANTED-Stenographic 'work of any terms. ,401 W. Chase St. ,4aprwP1E.tSAN'F money' from Jno. A. Han '& deep 'on East Government_ street, overlooking which to make money. Every Ming
nature. Will give same at Co. 16 E. Government street. Seville !, No
locality with. 37 foot lot renting for ,prompt When square and Adams genuine and just as represented
% $10.00 per month. .... .. ,..$1000 tention. Phone 285. Saprlm.! in need call on us. ._ 9feblm street with open view of Pensacola fake. .Write or call on W. H. Mo- al.
No. 4 .
1t&t Pensacola Ledge ) 0.
0. F. One-half an arpent and ten 'roomed place to board on North bay, JlO.OOd will buy- Jtbe,..prpperty.lapr. Box 453.: Pensacola for further ,uC-!
: yensacola Lodge No. 4, 1. O. 0. P.. Hill on car line. Addfess No. 8 '
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41cw: meets every ThursUar venlng: at 7:30 house In central part of the city nice WANTED-The. public to know that! care Journal 27mar MONEY LOANED on all kinds of per ... : 4 ulars. 31 mar
shade and fruit trees.. .. $5500 we can do all kinds of repairing fonal piopertyon short notlca. ;
hall halt
the on West
fr:4: lit new Garden of land
FOR 95
street. Visiting brethren cordially :Vacant lots in 'any,part of the city float building horse shoeing, etc J. Terms easy. J. B. Gray & Co, 2 W. FOR SkIEiit::: blood; .wfciteW>an- SALE- % northwest acres 70acrM
ROOMS FOR RENT-furnished mile from city ;
iaTitad. E. GREENBL at pjices that will take.. Several in- G. Welsh Carriage Co. 27feb or un Romana. Phone 1165. ifeb dotte eggS Beacon of Boston strain under
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.' furnished. 'Mrs.; M. J. Robinson, 600 timber land sub soil clay; 25%
; vestments that will net 10 cent. $2.oO; setting- Qf'15 'Fejw Yery fine
J. NEVILLE Secretary. per sub soil Dr. T. A.
'Jti1 on, the money invested. COURT HOUSE DYEING. Pressingand E. Gadsden. St. 24marlm MONEY TO LOAN.-On real estate'or cockrels ready for_the f rd. ,Address cultivation, clay St

W, 0. VV.live ,FOR RENT. '- Cleaning Club J212 ,N.DeVlllersSt. other sufficient security by applj- Chas Murray, DeFunlak Springs Fla. LaFar 519 Guillemarde

.t&t: Oak Camp No. 1, W.Ii 0. W. Ten roomed house centrally located ., Mrs. T.-J. Davis, Prop. Your patronage WANTED few boarders at 212 W. tug to Thos. Pebley cor. Palafor and Slmarlm. 30mar2w
meets in Pythian Hall 1st and 3rd and unexcelled, for a boarding house solicited; .satisfaction gu ran- Gregory. New house, good neighborhood Romana up stairs. 17novm.MONEY : .' ,- '- '. .-- FOR SALE My lodging house for
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: FWednesdaya in each month. Visiting on street ,car Une,.'$33.00 per month. teed. Careful attention given ladles' and on car line. ISmarlm LUMBER FOR SALE-JSessoms-Wtlt- sale. Fourteen rooms newly fur

;t.LA:' sovereigns cordially invited. I IJIve roomed house! close in town garments. .Phone 1223.WANTED.Hauling .!feb TO LEND-On good real estate ted Co., Bonifar. Fla. 31mar2w* nished throughout It is on a goal:

F. JL. BOGHICH, C. aLESLIE large yard and nice;out! buildings, stable NICE FURNISHED ROOMS for rent security or on good collateral, paying basis and centrally locate;

41Ua E. BROOKS. Clerk.Woodman's ,'etc.:, $20.00 per..month.If Newly furnished. clean and nice at lowest rates- Leslie .E. Brooks, FOR SALE.'A phdtographers outfit 1!% blocks from postoffice; part caS'i.
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t.- what,,you' want' Js not listed here and transfer near postofflce. Apply at 128% E. Fisher building. 21Jan Cheap. Apply 'Fisher Furniture Apply'to Mrs. B. M. Trainer, 128 4

Circle call us dp by phone,234 or call and work. Office phone 163; residence Government street,.Mrs. B. M. Trainer. store 138 Inten'dencla St... 27mar E., Government St 30ma.
W 0. W. C.. OalfBrove, No. 4, see phone 390. Acosta & White 22-28 N. _
u'at3G S. Pa1 fox streetD1 .
7janlm.Old LOANED all bed
4j Woodmen Circle meets every Thursday Tarragona St. -25mar. MONEY : .on kinds,of par FOR Sf\LEOR EENT' Two lighters FOR SALE-Household goods,
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I.zfL S p. mol 2d floor Pythian Hall over Hale Wilson & Co. tonal property J. W;on short notice. one wltlrcapacify for f 5 thousand ft clothing, linen and dishes. ApplY-
Bullard
t1; $ Pou's stable on Intendencla street. PIANO to newspapers at five cents bundle Terms easy.Palafox St upstairf lumber, the- t1ler' thirty ,tl usand ca 531 E. Government St. J5inarlm!
NEW UPRIGHT exchangefor Phone 1144.UNLIMITED .
'Visiting sovereigns cordially invited. lot on East Hill Address P. at this office. They are all clean 28-.% South inOT pacity. Rates reasonable. Also two FOR SALE-Eggs from standard bred
Mrs. Loon Langford Guardian; Mrs. and nice. skiff boats for!sale cheap fifteen
O. Box 207. SOmarWANTED. ,.22 ft. long, prize winning Barred Rocks
Fji ,M,B. Olsen. Clerk. A ."Want" Ad. will : amount ot money to loan 5 ft. beams. Telephone or write' J. A. $1.50; fifty $3. Also Ohio improved
kinds of personal Chaffin & Co.,.Milton, Fla. 25mar Chester White Pigs pedigreed. lr3.
ft .-The Merchants .Transfer LOST 03 all to business property. '" .- Liaeie B. Hughes Chipley Fla.

For Farm, Turjeritlne or sell most anything. Co. wants your movinj,and bauUn : ru flrsu',.flflflflflnr'LrtntJw nfl Jeans Special The rates New York Loan men Co.on, 204 large% JUST RECEIVED rge shipment of 22marlm _
'Olive'otL Retail
All breakage guaranteed. T.'B. Tnor. imported by pint,
Timber Lands. Prop. Phone 978.. ISjuneloT: 'LOST-Black water spalnel dog with outb, Paiafox. 4 gallon or larger quantity; G. Morasgo S. C. BROWN LOOHOR.. 5-Kul,-

If you're in need of sen., :white spot under chin. Answers to & Co. ship chandlers,aafl grocers,'"rol< Hughes Strains; egg record, 240 Pf:
LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITYCall "
name of "Black. Reward. Returnto South PalafaL' The farmer's and fanciers
on or Address CANTED.-Real Estate for sale oi 518 W. Wright or Home Bakery: FOR RENT I -. I. ._ ,. 4oct. pullet.chicken. Eggs for htching. An a'1'

anything, a "Want"ad rent, leas? or exchange. Your 'business llaprlw w ON THE HIGH IiAND-7-East: electric fertile guarantee. Prices: Pen *,

Turner & Aymard, '.,. respectfully solicited., .J. A. Wilson r' A, R. BINGHAM has storage room torrent car line $x lots' 100 ft. front 1, $2. 'pens Nos. 2 and 5, $1.50 for 1 la
Real Estate .Ag nt. 22% W. Government i LOST. Receipt book on East HilLjRe- suitable #>r furniture or oth.er by 137% deep, ,corners $700 Inside Sunnyside Poultry Farm DeFuniaK
,- Real Estate and Abstract Co. wilifetch it. street Boom 'T, Salisbury i ward for return to J. D. Goss. 31S goods 104 .and 106 South Tarragona lots" $600. There I\'re no better situations Springs: Fla References-anyone n
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&V : .P, 0. Box: 115 DeFunlak Springs,Fla building. Phone 172.; 23jaa I I N. Barcelona. .. llaprlw St "Phone-630 SOnov than these?.lots- 44*. y. Cltrbbs. the city., 13marlll1
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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL! ; THtl}tD1lYI41RNfryGAPRI.- 12, 19JJ6 -

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'Thousands Each Day Who 74 Are Lo '" king" .' f, ti'Barllains.it'- .




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FOR SALE ...........................:.... eNNN TMcMillan ? '

BARGAIN LIST PIANOS. .I Bros.Co. Wowhiskey scientific, 'VVOODJI

Piano mahogany fine order SHIPPING NEW -
(,ester uaranta I
275 used IAUSIEYS'COMPANY o ::1
-as $350. price now $ onlya AH Kinds that you want.

few months. ?10 .cash balance ?8 ,, .

er monp ,th.Irving handsome. case was $300% j :Arrived. OAK AND PINE J iL

little used. Terms ,COMMISSION
J10 BROKERS
now J213; very Vivina, Span ss, 1958 Bostinza,Liverpool
month.
cash. $6 per via Cuban ports to Gulf Transit cheaper than 'can buyIt
large handsome mahogany you
Clutter, $400.now $335. A bargain. 11 WEST ffllENDENClA STREET;, PENSACOIA, FLA. ''Co. anywhere. Any size you '
pjsewas; NIOBILEALABAMA.MARKETS. Annie Brit. ss. Wie, 2U5, Rio Janeiro want
Terms J15 .cash, $8 per month. to Pensacola Lumber Co.' .

Rlehlin, high grade mahogany? '\I8S Private Wires N. Y.N. 0 and Vida, Nor ss, 976, Arressen Card- I
$!SO not; $390; rented _only few ,. Chicago. nas to Hyer & Co. E. C. SEWELL. '
months; $20 cash $10 per month. J }
ebony case was $350 now Sailed.
Sterling Phone 614. yk
1120, $10 cash. $6 per month. [ COnONStOCKSGRMPROVISIONSandBONDS J Dalarna. Swed ss, 1461, Lock, Rot-
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Naval StoreLSavannah terdam. *
Clutter, large size mahogany case; i, ,
used seven months was $400 now Ga.Aprii: ll.-The naval Joseph W. Hawthorn, Am sell, 516,
(275; JlOxcash, $8 per month. Bought and Sold on Margin or for Investment. ; stores market closed today as follows: lL ffses, Boston. ,

Kimball, walnut case,was $375 used WW.... .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .5 20 John Paul Am sch, 352, Foss Boston RR

two years, now $185, $10 cash,, bal. | Rsferuce: Flrt t Rational and Peoples Biait d i i WG.. ..... ....:. .. ...... ....5 1&N keep the
ance $7 per month Phone .... .* .. ... .. ... -..... .4 90 -. medicine
All of the above are upright pianos ............................................. M..I,? ... ..? .. ....... ..4 80 VESSELS IN PORT. chest supplied with Old J/(4.
end we guarantee them. We have 16 K..a.. ....- ," ... -,. ...4 50I. Steamshlpe.Alpha jOC. a fine old whiskey,

square pianos from $15 to $45,. 50c lM ..,.,. .. .. .. ....:.....:...4 30 : Ger Str, 2693, Brink Hull to guaranteed medicinally r :
.. ... .... .
per week; good for practice. IL..r.: .. ...4 laG order. pure good doctors
CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE, NN .... .. .,.... .;..", .. .... .3 80 August Belmont Bres, Clark, everyvhererecommendit.. full rv
F. .. .. ... .. ... ...3 75 ;
Pensacola, Fla. 2967 Bremen toGulf
SCREEN R. i' Pub them in before the FLIES and E.", .!..' ." ;., ''':'.. .. ..1-.t".1.. '.. .....3.70 De'Larrinaga TransIt.Co..AscensIon Brit. Str, measureconvenientpackage
SA.LE-One story building and 1 ..
FOR MOSQUITOES get into your house D ...y-'i .*.. ....\\1 '" ..s'GOC { Kramer, 2693. Manchester to Gulf _,

bakery or address on South A. FLustro Pal31ox,8t.611-613 Applyto S. We can furnish them CHEAPER NOW .. .. 'o. .. .. ....:. ... .. .3 6U .Transit, Co; \ 2Sft"S prices 4th & b'>

Pslatoc. City. llaprlw Supply BRICK now on hand. Spirits Turpentine cents. Ayres.Argo; Br' ss. 1970,' Dove/ Buenos everywhere, AtIania., .

FOR SALE.-Improved and unimproved Phone 11. H. G. AUSLEY & CO.'S REPORTS Cayo Bonito, Br ss... 2213,- Widgery,
all DeSILVA & COvwsw.
property in parts of the cIty. "' Liverpool Cotton Market. Coatzacoalcos, to Gulf Transit Co.
j A. Wilson & Co., Real Estate Agents VA / ClOM Dora, Br ss, Mitchell, 1459, Buenos
Room 7, Salisbury building. Phone Jan.-Feb ................".................... Ayres. ., '- '"
17%. 23jan l'eb.U', .........._..n.._.................. Ital
.". .' ..{.*.<;-...'. Dianamere ss. 2538, PencoNorfolk .. ULIJ T 1C
Keep the Mar-April .; ........6.04 Gulf .
1 AUTOMOBILES. I ton agent for the Mosquito Out! April-May ..Y...............8.04 to Transit Co. '
Mfg. Co.and can sell you autos Kerriemoor Brit ss Scorer, 2109, .
Pope
M y-JuB. ..........6.05 IDR 1
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from $500.00 up. They cost less than Screen-your office or house, with Burrowe's. 18-mesh June-Jmly ..........'..;.<., ....6.05 Venice. Ia( ltlrss e'a'
(Ihorses to keep up They eau. be run, wire screens.. They fit door lul.iup ........." ..:.................. Goal Loppersum Dutch ss, 1276 Duit, Rotterdam PRIPAID ,
I In sand or anywhere a horse can go.; any or window. Made in Angus-September.y..,,...................6dSeptemberOctolier ; to Pensacoia Lbr. Co.
Leslie E. Brooks. hard wood, soft. wood or metal. Sent on 30 days trial. .'.. b.85OctoberNovember Monsaldala, Brit ss 1783- Davis, la .
O Box ..;.TTV.. I I Santos to H. Baars & Co.I -
FOR .sA.LE-T: n new and secondseennd P. 104-Phone 1015. Best made. THROUGH SERVICEVIA
Runwick, Br. ss,}S40, AVkley Rio
: hand office safes different November-December. e ti
I I Janeiro to W. S.: Keyser & Co. v &
makes bargain prices.
best t. ,
Scamtt sizes) ;: Moreno office East Government .;I ) Livflrpool Spots 624. :.. Senator Holleseetf- ,-'- Ger ss, Lange, 11 QTS, L.&N.E.&T.H.and'C.&E.I.
1232 Cardiff.
St.._ ,, '24marFOR 2 Veetlblllill Through Trains Daily -
New York Cotton Market Spennymoor Br. ss, Nairn, 1722 $9 Q..O SO NASHVILLE TO CHICAGO JC
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SLUE.Alinstallment: businessin ; Huelva. THROUGH SLEEPERS DAY
Open' High Low Close AM COACHES
Pensacola with over 500 lease ac January 10.67' 10.6S 10.65 10.8i fihlps. J KEW ORLEANS TO CHICAGO ,
counts. Will sell cheap for cash. Owner Large Fortunes From Little :May 11.38 11.38 11.23 1L24 Orpheus. Aust< ship, Me dame, Tries DINING CARS caRVING ALL WEALS EN ROUTE '
I D.9.WLL RAN,6.P.A.. So L ;
has other business and cannot attend July 11.25 11.27 11.17 11.19 te. ROOKS.9eL Art
to it !'Address "Me" care this August 11.08 11.09 11.03 H.Q2 Ophelia, Nor ship 1127 La/rsen, EV.NIVur. INDo. KA4HVIUI. TT1H.
office. 8apr bobber.............10.6610.M 10.67 10.57 Dunkirk. ( >r
December.........10,65, ( 10.67 10. 8 10.56. ,, ,\ I
1X>R S.UOhoice Pekln duck eggs Banta { .
$1.50 per dozen. Single comb Savings Grow. Sew York Spot 1L80 Precursore, Ital bk, Schiaffino 1508, ,:.#' .
New Orleans Pensacola St
'brown Leghorn eggs $1.00 per setting. SPOUt 11% Genoa to Rosasco Bros. .. r.t Andrews and'Gulf

B. P. rocks, the same $5.00 per hundred WheatOpen Scillin, Ital bk, Zeno 1220 South. .Jf.I- ( (}
delivered in Pensacola. 3 triosof High Low Close hampton to Rosasco Bros. -- Steamship Co. ,
ducks at $5.00 a trio. Plain direc- Ja,_!...... V9H 78y 79 Starthem )Br bk, Maitland 1272, STEAMER TARPONW.
1 And .........._ c :
tions given upon request to raise poultry keeping everlastingly at it brings T8>i 78J< 78 T8>i Antwerp. CHAS.BLUM&CO G. BARROW, Master.

in city lots successfully. F. N. success. Corn. 5Choo'ners.Donna 617 AND 519 WEST BAY ST. FIRST-CLASS PASSENGER Ami
Open High Low Close Christina, Am sen, McLeod
36 Ha ,
Box Warrington,
Howell .
Ma y......'...... 43Jjj JACKSONVILLE, FLA. FREIGHT SERVICE
3Omar2w- If have not bank 165, Cardenas. -Betwit'a-
you a account now, 1117(6)a 45J 46>, a
Am
Thos. S. Dennison, sell Wade
FOR SALE' -Shoe making and repairing PENSACOLA. MOBILE. APALACHh
startone by all means, and "keep everlastingly New York Stock Market 1329. Baltimore to 'order.
'COLA. .
CARRABELLE
shop;, established trade; no ST. ANDREWS
for .at it then watch it 'k' Open Close 'Union Br sch 72, Tela, Honduras.For Florida and Alabama MILLVILLE
competition; good opening good grow. ,
8oatharaP cifle.. ... ;
man. J. 'Mindel, Bagdad, Fla. .4 Popper. ..:...........". :.?..;1 67H% 11033 e7H Weak LAND COMPANY And all points on St Andrew. Bay.Carrabeiie i
6ajri6t. 1 We pay four: per cent, compounded .L 8.R.... .A?...... 11... 137% 1 : a Digestion.No and ApaJachlcoIa.SCHEDULE .

JroR SALE-Registered Berkshire ,semi-annually, in our savings department Atoh..gr..Btg.:2... .. } 98)4. Chamberlain's medicine'Stomach can replace and Liver food Tab-but Manufacturers of !. Leave Fe&sicola Sunday, 8:30 o.IB. .
hogs; best of breeding. Ask for AL.;_ ;.... ........ I.5J. 75gr/a and Dealers In for Mobile, AIL
: B.B T. 84K i lets will help,you to digest your'food.
: Carl Betterlind i
leave
catalogue Chlpley LUMBER
B.A O .- -,- taken SAWED CYPRESS SHIN.. Pensacoia, Tuesday, 8:30 pu
: :.7. r ::: : ::' llXKrie : 113H It is r,9t.t1).e) quantity food
Fla ........., ,. 45 that gives sirugta_and vigor to the GLES"AND KILN-DRIED SAP. m.-: for St Andrews, Millville, Ap >
I, .. ;).O..U -t laciilcola, Carra belle and intermeiiau
o.r.I: o:. : : f.8'. system but the amount digested and
u. 8........ .......:..:;::.. .41 ( assimilated. If troubled 'with a weak points.

Legal AdvertisementsNOTICE. U.5. prefme4........-.w.....1069(, ;,103 digestion, don't fail to give these Tab SAFES, I SAFES I SAFES! SAFE,I "For additional: .' information J. R. .S UND apply: S.t. )

FIRSIN'ATIONAl BANK L.&IT 1l.s.F.1...............J"J.... u 30%. "149y 113i lets a trial.. Thousands have been ben- Buy Dfcbold Safes; E. R. .COBB; PrwHant.
Notice .is.';hereby given to all whom ..!....'.. .Wi 83: ; efitted to? their use. They 'only' costa Scarritt'McrenaAgent. Gen Frt and Pass. AftPensacoia. -

I It may concern, that we, the .undersigned r.H.:!!..l..:...."......:: .....ff. 95, 96 quarter. For sale by all druggists.bles I .. Tit.
j ,, shall apply,to the Honorable OF PENSACOLA 'FLA. V.O....................-..',49K 50"
(, "
'rancie13. the First Can.PacM..r.L.: : 171 172#
.Carter, Judge of
(iI Judicial+ : Circuit of. Florida, on Mon. .' w:H.KlfOW'LBII. P -es. W.K. Hrro Ja.,V.-Pres.and CasMer. N.y.C..:.......L.t4i,143) : 143)4 were posted the talent opened i
, T, W.BRuT and W. N.Bosom, Asst. Caahlen. P.O .' 94 949; their eyes astonishment. Spots LOUISVILLE .& NASHVILLE RAILROAD COMPANY
,day, the 7th day of May, A. D. 1906) ,at 1)mJlO'rOJI8-J'.o. Brent W .A.- Blonnt. w. H. Knowles, W.5K. Hjer, ,' '1r.. R'D'G.................._._ 1353 131 ae were advanced 7 points while con- ,
1 llO a. m..'or'as soon thereafter as we D (i. rest. StP ... Through; -ind, ,local Tim TaMss Between Poniacsla and Paints North.
175 1763; tracts were'up some 6 to 7 points, I
may be heard for a charter (not for S &I.-;:27
P44 spot sales 'aggregating 14,000 bales. READ DOWN READ UP
profit) incorporation of a religious B.B.i.. 395 40'' Our markets opened at an advanceof Trains',N s.' '' Trains NOL
society to.be Incorporated under the T.O.L....'....-.........,..' about 6 to 8 'points..There was 2 4. 3 1
of "First Christian Church of Penns..y...., 140d.P 1411
name {
Pensacoia, Florida." The general object -1 I .......... __...... 153x 1 561. considerable excitement around the 11:05pm .1lQ Sam .-Lv., .. .Pensacoa.: .. .Ar. 5:00am 4:00pm
1 opening call! tut' the nearness of the I 6:39am: 6:1 Au' Ar.. ...Montgomery.. .. .Lv. 9:35pm 1t:15am
of said corporation Is to establish N..5603.
Easter holiday season deterred a: 1l:45am 9UJm. u..Blrmngbam; ..' .. Lv. 4:>>um I 8:33am
and maintain a Christian Churchat Ausley & Co.'s .
Pensacoia, 'FlorIda, for ourselves c.W.U.U! ; President" JOHN PFE1FFER. Assistant CashUr.J. Daily Cotton"Letter.New great many from heavy trading and 1 7:25pm 2:17am Ar.. ... .. .Nashville..Lv. 8:45am 2:26am8QOpm

and all others who become memo E. CLARK.VTce-preildent and Cashier. J.W. ANDREWS.Assistaat Cashier. York April'L1verpool was matters finally quieted down and end I : 3: am Lv.. .. ...NuhrtUe.. ... ... .Ar. l1am 2:0 am
may due to come about one point higher ed in a dull market.A .
.
!bers thereof in the manner prescribed 1:25am 8:1'5am Ar. H .Evan.svllle. .L-r. 3:00am I 9:20iIl
by the Charter to be enacted there this morning !but when the first ca- fact we urge our friends not loose I 7:40am 210pm'; 'A{'.. .. .-.St. Louia..La. 8:4Sppl 3:30pm:

under. The proposed charter is now THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK sight of is the exceptionally good] '! 1:50pm 3:27a.m .v., .. '..NaB vine . ..Ai. i:21am 2lpam

trade conditions existing everywhere 2Ua Ar,. LouISv1lle .. .. ..Lv. 25am' 9':30po
on file in the office' of the Clerk of the Condition I 8:3Qa1n :-a. ;
Report of the
of
Circuit Court' of 'Escambia! County, OF rtNSACOL, ILL t \ in both manufactured goods and yarns 7:2Oam lOtIfA: 'M.. .. ;C1nc1nIlat1. .. .. .Lv. 11:00PIJ1 Jh90pm
throughout world, which means
(Florida reference thereto being hereby DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES.
had. The First National 1 Bankat the largest consumption on record on Between Pens_acoir, Mobile and New. Orleans. .

Signed at'Pensacoia Florida,' the CAPITAL STOCK, $200,800. SURPLUS, $69,000. the 'part of manufacturers whereasthe .
on Pensacola, resources from which they can 6&.7 2&.3 4&.1 3 &.2 1&4 6&.6

SOtl day-of March A. D. 1906. DIRECTORS. IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA AT draw the raw staple are very limited 7:00am: ios'U:55aID1L: : nsac la. .Ar.Jb:00an 4OOpm -6:30pm10:45am :

H. J. Mackey, W.. J. Berry, 'A. F. THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS and decreasing daily and at a rate 2:55an lIpm: ,.. .Mo1>Ue .Lv.1t2:40am11:59am: 2:3Spm
Bauer, E. B. Cerutl, Wm. T. Reager Henry L. Covlnjjtoo.. Frank Reilly, F. E. Brawner.J. that threatens to start us into the 6:90pm: 7:1G'am 8:15pmAr.. New Orleans. Lv 8:15pm . ._ 9:2SaIU
John P. Ross J. A. Wilson, W. L. M. Pfeiffer, W. S. Rosasco, C. W. Lamar APRIL 6, 1906. new with no surplus and per-
.
Zachary;. G. Yates.;'J. W. Bullard.: Bryan ffiwdyf,- T. P. Mcfiourln, J. R. Saunders, haps a crop deftclen Fiomatoh'ensacola, River Junction and Jacksonville.
y. .
5aproaw4w. 441. Avery ,.,. :: W. U.Miltgo 0. C. Maura I Resources. 5 1 3 Trains do not stop at station 2 4 6 J
W. L. Cawthon Dr. W. J. Hannah, ffkKencte< O rUnJ. The, sluggishness of speculation was 21 J J I \ J I I 122DailylDaily
Loans and discounts .
Estate of Henry D. Peirce Deceased Alex McGowln, C. M. Govlngton, M. E, Clark. Overdrafts, secured and unsecured Jl.885,09888 again In evidence today so far as the Dally Daily where no time is shown Daily {Daily 'ly Datly

Creditors, legatees, distributees 116,18231 outside public' was eoncerned and act- .... 455 :3: 2:50 Lv.. ... tOmaton' .Ar. U:45 1:25 8:25.. .."
Firms U. 8.bonds to secure circulation., 200.000)00 ed more or less as a drug upon the ..... 5:00 2:35/ 2:55..Century . ..t-12:40 1:21 8:21. .....
and all persons having claims or demands Aooounia of Banks, In IYldual., Corporations and Sofiolt d. Premiums on U.8. bonds......... 10.00009
the said estate Bon'ls,seruntie'. etc 67,86683 market. ,While It must fee admitted ..... 5:07 2:41'3G5.. .. ,..'Blutr.Sprlngs .. .. 12:33 1:15 8:15.....
against are within required Four par taint Interest Paid on Time.De-posits. BaKmg House furniture afiofigures. that. preparations for the new crop ..... 5:17'2:51'3:2: ,. .. ... .lcDavid. .4 1:05 8:06......
to present them to me ...... 8.00000 are late on the. other hand it would ...,. 5:3 304; '3:3 !. .. ..Pine Barren .. .._'1:08 12:52 7:55......
two this ...
years from date.ANNA real estate owned ... .
Other : 34,KOO 00 ...
from National only require several weeks of. dry ..... 5:39 3:13 3:50.,. .. .t. .M)1tno.11:59( U:43 7:47.., .0;
: L. PEKOE; Executrix. ". Doe- Banks (not reserve and warm weather ,to bring plantingand .. ... '5U .. .. '104; .. ... ...@uintette .. ... .. '11M '12:34'7.39 ....
:April 12. 1906. oawSw ...... .......... .............................. Agents) ........._ 4749660 growing conditions to a normal ..... '5:53'3:261'4:11., ". ..Oorta e Hill .. ., '11:44 '12:2 '7:34......

BIDS WANTED. J. fl, BESSB" -!, prudent >E. W. MENEFES.> Cashier' i Due and from banker State.banks.........._.... date and freer offerings of the remnants ..... '5:57 3:29: '.;15 ? 4. ...Cijntonment .. .. '11:40 12:26 7:31....,,
Bids will be received'by the Boardof ; I ,B. M. CART Vlee-PmldenL PUC from approved re- 61.82539 of this crop might be the con- ..... '6:01'3:34'4:2: : : $ .. .... .. ..GcnzaIez.. ... .. '11:35 '121'7:2 .....1
genre 228,688.77 '4:25 ... .. ...Roberta.. .. '11:33 '
Pu1211c.N4ks.until 12 o'clock,noon, THE PEOPLE'S BANK Of PENSACOLA. Cheeks and other cash sequence. Texas warehouses seemedto ..... 8:033:36: 12:19'7:24 ....or
i '6'15 '2:45 :j.O.. .. ,. ..Olive.. .. '11:22 '1Z:0 .
Monday, April 16th, 1906, for the h items .. .. 4,05365 be the principal sellers !but all Offerings .. ... : H' 7:15. ...
sweeping of the portion of Pal- > Director* i ,j. RMivea, J. S. RUle, W. DeO. Ressler. }ft. M. Qiryu. Notes of other.Nation were readily absorbed by the ..... '6:21-8:51'4:48: : ;'. .. ,it ..Brent.. .. .. -11:1512:04 '1:09...._,

afox Street until paved Oct. 31st, 1906. Bona W. D'Alvnbtrte! ,. T. A. Jennings J. J. Hoqton. Fractional al paper currency 11B10oo professional bull crowd.A ..... 65 ::544:5Z. .. .. ..Goulding .. .. eo '11:11'12:01: 7)5..0) !

will be required. The Board reserves TINA Ji &BN &AL BANKING BUSTIvESi ,.nickels andcents bullish circular from Mr. Price ..,.. 6:30 4:00 5:00 Ar... ..Pensacola .. Lv. 11:05 11:5. 7:00 ..;..

the right to" reject OHAS.any and H. BLISS all bids. .,..._.:..".... .!YOU....ACCOUNT........13. .RES1'ECTi't1ILY'BoUcmm.................... ; LAWFUL U&U III MonT Baax Y1J Ei-: 48836 outside checked support any disposition was very to slack.sell The but PM'0.21 I l I I No.A. M 22

Mayor. Specie.........18742815_ frequent appearance of bullish docu- : Lv.. iPensa.co18, ......Ar 10:50... ..... 11:15:

Legal demotes ten........'........17,1110!JO.1H.18815 ments from that source 'confirms: the "I- .. .. ....Bohemia.- .... .. ... ... . .10.1:5
CREW NOTICE. fund with 5:00..7:0. .. : ...G1I1l Point.'Ua3 .. ..'
mt.TOwQRD> >>.PaMmU2. T.B.WICLL S. VIOI-Pusmw.n. )Redemption belief that certain parties are deeply !. 10:51
Neither the Captain Own. L a: Y.13t7881iF1+L,C lmL MANSFIELD; MC&2XO,Atsa..o.umu of C.circulation 8. Treasurer).({i% interested in old crops and. there does .' .'. .. .. ..Ynlenra.. .. .... ... ... . ... '10:50
10,000
ers nor Consignees of the 00-483311 66 not seem to be anybody willing to 5:29....... : ... .. ....cambia. .. .... '10:28_ ... '10:41:
a British steamship Cayo Citizens. National_ Bank .-Total........-.. f2:74,9a923 measure with. them.. .The public asusual 5:40.: .. ...: 7: t.. .. .. ,..1futat O' U!'" '10:1910:3&. .

Bonito will be responsible of PeawwoU, Florid Liabilities' keeps put of it and the marketis 5:45......... .....'. .. .. .....Harp::; .;' .. ... .. ., ;. .. --10:3:
for debts contracted by the DIRCCTOR3 narrow and strictly professional.New 5:57.... .... ..,'I:35 .. .. .. Galt City.. .. ...,. .. ;.. .. .... '10:21
crew of said Tessiel.( a... w.WrlPL Konll Be.r. T.K-WtUes.> Six M.Robinson. L. Elton Qn a. Qapitalltock.Sniping fund.paid.....in........ ... | 200,00000 110,00000 Crops profit by developmentsin 6:03.. ...... .''1:39... .. ......Mllton. :. ...... .10:()i.. .... ... 10:14
,W. :WIDGEB.Y. Undivided profits, less expenses the old inasmuch the chances e 6:35,.... ... ..... .. ..., ...Good Range .. .. .. :. ;. ... ... .. 9:43
Gulf Transit 0>., Captain. 4 CfNfKUL B4JVKI/VQ/ Bt/SfJVfSS TRAWSACITOVholtwls and ttxes paid....:......... 30,20483 of selling them higher on further advances 7:031. ... .... 8:15.: .:: ..' ...H lts.. .. ...... ............ Sao

Consignee. Due National to other bank National notes outstanding' pppgi000 in the summer options 'ch kssellln'g 76.... ... 8:30: .; i; ....Millgun. ," .. .: .9:12.... .... 85;

- 1 banks....<... $ 5.. .otherwise ( .... .... : 8:83.. :. -Crestvlew.. .. .. _' 9.04. .. .... 838
CREW NOTICE -- -- '- Due.to State banks and at present we see ....8:6G..O' .. 'Land., : ... .
tankers .160.984 90 their fafof their levelIs 7:40.: .... : ... ... 8:03
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Neither the owners captain Individual deposits subject nothing 'in price ... ... ....' ':10 '.. .. .tIossy Head1:33 .. .. .. : a 7:40' (

a or consignees of the 'R M.47a".: dAR CO.JIJO.:::r to check.........1.519,23285. "entirely too hfgh.outlooks Tfie contrast In 9:16 .. .... ':3$ .. .DeFuniak Springs. ..,....... 8:13 .!. ..... 6:51

steamer Vivina, will be responsible and BeaU DMlu imStetm Demand Det>osi'T.certificates Of. .. 14,66211 old the.'crops speculative and new capital interestedIn regarding $:30.... .... 9:,,Ill,. .,. .. .. a---.1' .. ... F.' '1:(4.. ....... .- 6'4t
for debts contracted Certified Checks.:..:...[ 24073 9:52. ... .. 9'57 .. .. Ponce Deuon.., ... :; 7:29.. ... ... 62; ()
by the,crew of said I' ,. Domestic,, Anthracite Cashier's checks out- the one against have public option Inter 10:12.... .... 10:10..WestTllle.. .. .... 7:17... :. ... .6:00
other
In
tesseL and ;:Blacksmith 9OALreet sanding _' 280141,751,71444 r ested the caused a deadlock .102.... ..: '10:15 it .. .H.CaryvUle.. .. .. 1. 7:1.. ... .... 55 2

(BUISTINZA, Office> Ko. 43 South Palafox ,Total ............,.: $2,24/,959 2IS which may continue ,for sometime 10(5.: ... .... 10: ... ... ....BoD1aY.. .. U\,.. 6:55. .... ..... 5:24
GtLF TRANSIT CO., Captain. FLORIDA.C : 11:12..10.4 .. ,.. ....Chi1lley.. 'O' U ,.. 6:37..... .... 455
corner Tarragona and Gonzales streets. Phones 6. and 872 STATE: OJ' The" more we see and "hear from .
Yard '
Consignees. .
- counT OP 1SCA.MBIA.{11I "agentsorrespondent& 11:29 .h. "'! 1068.; ,. .. ..Aycock. .. u. 6: .. .. (:39
W. K. Hyer.Jr., cashier of the above foreign ; the 11:43... .. IJ:07.. ".. ,..COttondale.. ... .., 6:18... >:. 4-1
CREW NOTICE \ :;;, named bank, do solemnly swear that the more'we are Inclined to believe that 12:10.... .u. 11:25.. .01 :.ar1anna.. .. .. 6: .... ... 3:55

Neither the captain, own- .knowledge above statement and belle U true_to the best of my bull manipulation. has ,one good basisat 12(4 ...: .... 1:45 !.'. .. .; ..CJ'press.. .. ... 5:38. ... ..... 319
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ers or consignees of the ss. ." least and that is that remnants of .. .. .. .
nu ---- .m.Caihter. 1255.... .. 11:5 ,, ,; ;, .Grand Ridge.. 5.U.. .. .. 3:01
,- "Annie" will be responsible Order *SToxir10C before this imp,seem'to be pretty well under 1:13.... .... '.1.2:02.. ,. .. ...Sneads. .. ..... 5:21. ....... %:48
Subscribed and swora me this 9th
for any debts contracted by 'COAL and WOOD day of April.!** engagement to the consuming trade. 110:; ''". .... 12:15 ...Rivet: Junction t5:10 .... .... %:30
.. the crew of.the said resel. I G 00.B.I.UBY, There,was 7000 bales cleared' fromPaetflc 10:601..... .... 140'Ar ,. :;, ac.ksonv111e.. ,. Lv I 9:05."f" .... 4:0Q:
for ,
today the Orient
Publia.Ur
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(L. M. W1E, commission expires Feb.M,1909.. Iaour: judgment cotton: Is'a purchase
Ice,and Fuel '
Master ,I I Consumers' Compaay. Correct Attest: pn all easy! perlsls and short Trains 21'and:::25. and. trains 2' and 3 carry through sleeping car'tetwea

p..44''ApOuLmmER, 00.. OfI1c.coruu'; .Chi and Tarrazont. Phone 299. W.1' C..B.Basin KlioWLII, Directors selling, at least of the summer Pensacoia and JacksohriUe via River Junction and Seaboard Air Llaa

Consignee. 1 -. -," -'_:. .--- -- -, ---_. -' ,--- .--',. ,O' ',_' '. D.Q.Bun months, extremely dangerous. .Jraius stop on ,<1 igcal. -'""i
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JJecial to The Journrl/,
l Milligan, April' 11.- Mr. John downpalns.'area-syrnptompf the most serious.trouble which can

: b ; Christian is building a frame store attack .a won; n'v5z'filling'o! | { the womb. With this, generally

Fine Suits for Men which be will soon have filled with come IrreguIar/palnfuJ,scanty.or profuse periodsvasteful. veaken-

!Following Is a list of the deeds re;; confectionary ami in addition to that ing drains, areadfur backache, headache,nervousness; dizziness Irritability .

; ., .. "" : corded. yesterday, I reported, ;3;>t.:the summer will run an ice cream parlor this tired' feejihg! Inability to walk, loss of appetite, color and

f4 't ; : Pensacola Abstract Oo; S S ,ilr.t E. M. Sessoins left Monday beauty The cure Is
: finer than this : '
season.
; are ever You will
Thos/Byrd.com; -, visit hisfatherinlaw
>H. T. Maneely to morning for Bl .kely, Ga., to

note the length of the coat this season is mencing at a point where city limits ; S Mr. 'John Coleman, who

generous to.the extreme, in length, yet so line'crosses on the' southern' boundary is clan.there' under treatment of a physi'i f

cleverly cut .that there's no' appearance of line of Sec. 18 T. 2 &/1t. 30from, this Thousands of boys all over Mr. J. C. Jopner of Pensacola is : J' CARDUI

: 125 ft.; thence'N. to this who Inspecting lumber for.W.. S. _
sagging, :' .: :' point running E.. country, nev r th?
: f.. Keyser
Co. i
thenWgW
to
Hue
the city limits had much to call .
money -
mother Mrs
\ ,Mrs. Hatsfield and her j .
point of beginning, $L their happy now Ray of Sanford, N. C., are viSitin' : '
own are < '
ka The Fabricis.Pure : .- j4', ':, ; "4 The Maxent. Land Co:. ,to ?Mary A.: at the jingle'of cash Mrs. E. M. Sessoms. I' 'Woman's Relief

'. : Rhodes, that portion,Qt lot 26- \in blk. merry Mr. D. D. .Ray spent Sunday at' ,_ ., .
in their made
pockets by Auburn.
117, Maxent Tract lying S. of Sjine S marvelous curative extract, natural essence, of herbs
that
,Mr. Hall traveling salesman forth which
Wool, .. :,:' ..: .. i of lot "G." Sec 42 T 2 S. R.. 30 W., selling Consolidated' Grocery Co., was exerts :;uchii4fqI5strengtiening: influence onfall I female organs.

: $112.50. S with us Monday. Cardui relieves pain,.regulates the menses, stops drains and sum.

f4j non of the mercerized stuff sold by some Wm. H. Knowles, W D'Alemlberte THE l Evangelist Kegs will here scon to last start fora a ulates the muscles to pull the womb up into place. -
protracted meeting '
4rt under the guise of "just as good." Quaker and A. A. Fisher, executors .of- Wm. SATURDAY 5 ;week or longer.A It is'a safe and.permanent cure for .all,female complaints.
'
Gray is the leading color. this with Fisher, deceased, to Mary A., Rhodes, team of four large mules, belonging
spring, o'f lot 26" in block 117,
that portion J to v\r. A. Grear & Co., ran
the New Blue a close second,while the fancies Maxent Tract,lying N. ot the S. line EVENINGPOST away bt5Monday running into a : : SUnTRED AWFUL PAIN

enjoy too, a very wide and deserved popularity of lot "Gn 3750. rew buggy belonging 16 Mr. Mc. in womb and ovaries,"writes Mrs.

Wm. H. Knowles, W. A. EFAlemberte ('-oWaI1, completely! demolishing it, your tr Bake,of Webster GrovesA, \ .,

::43 SUIT PRICES $6.00 TO : and A. A. Fisher, executors ,of Vm.. cripplIng one of the mules that was vice (in Tena."I my menses were very painful
$25.00 Rhodes,' hitched to the buggy and one of the dress Since taking Cardtd I
_ _ _ _ _ _ Fisher, deceased, to Mary A. Friday afternoons and Saturdays. runaway animals a new woman, and do not
N. 61 ft. of lots 6 and 7, block 42,
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They have no better chances,theyare as I did
and ,
Ths fishing season is now on nooga
'Donelson :
The Maxent Tract Land 95.Co. to Alex BeJl- no brighter than you. It's just t-sveral nice strings are being
THE JOHN WHITE. STORE this-instead dreaming about the
iIFk; field, W. 125 ft. oflotsrjt, 1 and 16,. caught.
block 10,- Maxent Tract, $600. good times to come they got right The Scotch Co., mill is running on -
down'to business and' hustled for full time.
Rhodes E. I1
A. A. Fisher to Mary .J. __ S __
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Miss Minnie of Brewton, L- J
Specialists in Men's Wear 10!ft lot 21 all of lot 22 and W. 10 ft. what they wanted. ,You can do Tippin
Ala:, was visiting Mrs. Hays here
lot 23, block 46, Donelson Tract, $::17-6. the same; Don't lose any time
:
SOUTH
205-107 '
PALAFOX STREET Sunday last. I ALL THINK ALL MEN MORTAL
!A. A. Fisher to Eliza: Allen, lots 7, about it. Write a letter to-day of :fIIIe.N<
>Mr. -J, William Garrett, one our
PHONE 252 8 and fclock! 101, East King Tract, asking us to send you our hand. prominent with his bridsis S
merchants
.. East of Tarragona street $210. some booklet bout boys who i visiting her parents in southwest BUT THEMSELVES
-1II -- -- Thos.. C. .Watson to Rosa R Isam, make money,, also" the complete Georgia. 5

I:>. lot 8, block lOS( East Kin's' Tract, East outfit for starting in business.Withthiswilicometenfree ''Mr. McGowan, is closing out his. How .about: sou; .Do you expect to live always, or bow to the

JB. L. REESE J. MENDEL. of the railroad, $65. S copiesof sales .stables here' and will scon return inevitable like the balance of mankind! Since it is the unexpected -

L. C. Bennett to W..R, Bennett,lots The Post,%fiich'you can sell -Andalusia, Ala. that. usually happens don't you think it wise to carrysome.lnsurance:01l

PINE BARREN 7 and 8 in block 'U, (ei City Tract at 5c each. After this you buy as MIss Clemie! Baggett, of Carnegie, your life? How about' a 20 payment? or an

Reese & Mendel I I8p $1 and oth 'considiratIons. S many copies as you need at whole. Ga., Is visiting the family of Mr. J. endowment policy In the Equitable.Knowles .

i4rj Jas. C. Watson, to Handy S.. Smith, sale'price.. .AJ .'an inducement W. Baggett of. this place.
lots 13, 14 and' 16 In block 106, West S It is rumored hero that the mill at Gen'
'L M The Rome Tailors to do good w rl- we jive among Insurance, Agts
of Bros.
J King Tract $120. v Sugartown, about four miles south
.S other prizes, watches, sweaters,
;'r. SrtMt (L L. Wilkins : be' doubleits Fire Life. Pensacola
Walter E. Taylor to this place, Is to enlarged ,to ,
clil to The Journal. S% of lots 1 'and 2, ,'block 106, New etc., to boys:who sell a certain present capacity.! Rails will be --S

II t w Builders Pine Barren April 11.-Mrs. C. L City Tract, $1750. S number of copies. An4 in addition :laid from Griffith's switch, just -

Wiggins la away on .a visit to relatives cross Yellow River, to the mill and
near Hammack, Ala. $25OlnExtraCash'PrlzesEAcH from the mill! out to tha timbered S
IM i' Mrs. MHlte WiggIns.IUld childrenare BIG WESTERN MONTH ;ands and,: a locomotive with flat 4+t4t44..O.........................................

visiting ,her father's family: at card will furnish the mill with logs i. S S N AOOLA :
it *; LILSS of! -Kirkland./ .A..1i.; ths ""week.' LAND FRAUDBy THE CURTIS PUBLISHING COMPANY C"ther capitalists have purchased a. I
Iron Works
1t Mr. Jake- Jernigan made a business 1728 Arch Street,Philadelphia,Pa.WESTVILLE ., Interest with the well known firm and Supply Co.
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? 1 trip to Pensacola. yesterday.Mrs. of A. D. & M, M. Morrison and will i i
OassieHolme5 returned home greatly' increase: the business. Manufacturers and Repairers of MACHINERY AND BOILERS
FORGINGS, MILL- AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP
+
Hen'sFine yesterday after some weeks spent in .Associated Press
Pensacola. : REPAIRS A SPECIALTY. Prompt attention given to all orders, +
Portland, Ore., April 11.- Owingfoinability'of }
Mrs. Travis Waters, and herdaughter5 i Xeedleaa Wear. day or night Agent for James McKay &: Co.'s 'celebrated Log and i
1''N b Miss Annie Roberts, andMr. ,the defense complete" its! I I'J Many people wear themselves out : Timber Dogs, also chains of all descriptions. omce phone 123. Residence
bill of exceptions Judge I F
yesterday
Emmet Waters of Pensacolawere Hunt in the I ; needlessly. Their, conscience is a tyrant : phone 1029. P: 0. Box 123. PHIL WITTMAN, Mjr. t

( $ I the guests of Mr. and,and Mrs.Z. .I court continued United the hearing States of district Con _An exaggerated sense -of duty ............... ...... ...............

f T.. "Williams Sunday. gressmaII: John H. Wilson's appeal I -D ,leads person) to anxious, ceaseless activity'to .
Mr. Joe MdCasMll and be' constantly doing some-
family I for a new trial untU June 1.. The fed S jilq 5.5 :.', cSpecial'
visited his. father's family Blurt thing, overpunctual never idle a sec
MELLEN'S
eral grand jury returned an Indictment ts'THeJournal.. PEED CHICK FEEDTo
Clothes. 'Springs Sunday. which believed to ond of,time,.to scorn rest. Such are in ,
Ais-: :Connect: ; ApVfi .11. Mr. >
Gv
Mr; and Mrs.. Murdock MoMillan WestviHeo .. unconscious tension.
or nerve They
say
with the Oregon land 'frauds :several
ft : returned'' from a short visit to Pollard prominent men of Oregon:California I Bush was"" in our "town a.short while they have no time.to rest, they have somuch ( your newly hatched brood. Why fill their

141% \ New and up-to-date ime 61 Sprini .Sunday.Mr. Aden.Fleming of Pensacola S and eastern. ..states! The: names of, Sunday" ,, : s :"j: to do, not thinking they are rap- little crops with meal.or other soft feed that

and Summer Suitings and Trouser-, the indicted persons were not made. :1r- Ed. Hichman mad a business Idly'unfitting themselves for probably \
pleasant visitor at the homeof
ings., was Mr.a John Sunday. public. 5 trip to Bonifay Monday.Mri whatwould have been their best and soon packs and sours/causing many fatalities,

i4! .- Suits from $17.50 to $50.00. Gibson W. T. BludWerth who has been work in after
The Women's Missionary SocLty greatest years when a 'mixture'of 20 kinds of seeds and grains
c Trousers from $5.00 to $15.00 In our town for a"-Tew days returnedto S
; met yesterday afternoon at the residence LESSON OF 'TUERU'SS "Bonifay Monday. will furnish all that to makeS
; Join our Gentlemen's Suit duo,,, of Mrs. Perkins. An enthu A Short Sermon. nature 'requires

t-- Costs only $1.50 per month for pres, siastic meeting Is. reported. Mrs. J Mr. "and Mrs. .M-r.M'their.: Owsn.s. entertained rNo time or place is sacred to the enthusiastic them thrive. "
at home
jiew
fng and small repairs. -JAP'WAR1
0. Lawrence was elected a delegate joker. Duclos tells in his

;I kt jl women's Dyeing.Clothes and Cleaning a specialty.of 'men's ana: to the Missionary' conference at j'fstenday R. Q.: Baker afternoon.filled"his! regular/ appointment : memoirs bow the prince archbishop ofCoognesked' Telephone F. S. MELLEN 6 CO. No. 334

Give us a,trial We will appreciate Greenville, Ala:, April 27. here last_Sunday.Mr. license to preach In the .

1& business. Associated J. F. Flournoy has a crew royal chapel at Versailles when visit- .
your Press.
4;*'; ? A Thousand Dollar* Worth of Good. By grading the1 road tor a spuc. to- 'ei Ing"Louis XIV. himself. All the court
Washington, April ILAs a resultof
REESE.MENDEL, TAILORING CO., "I have been afflicted with kidney observations made by Americanarmy' tend out to his. new mill site. assembled. It was April 1. The prince
and bladder trouble for years, passing Mr Robert Reynolds was'in town archbisHop mounted the pulpit in stately NEW METHOD LAUNDRY
officers in the Far East during '
Phone 675. 11 N. Palafox St. gravel or stones with excruciating! to-<1ay. *" ;.' S
Is fashion, bowed from side to side and
: Russo-Japanese war a change ,
__ ___ __ _ _ pain,'" says A. H. Thurnes a well .''Mrs. Stella Brettof Bonifay is
stood moment if his ,
the as collecting ,
to be made by war department in PHONE! 188. E. W. LAWRENCE No. 8 WEST ROMANA ST.
known-'009.1' operator of Buffalo, 0. ]1 visiting friends. .and..,. relatives herethisv Prop.
connection with the field subsistence. thoughts then shouted "April folsr'i1cked !
from medicine until week. ,
got no relief I bi-
MorrisDannheisser Heretofore the quartermaster's department Mr. Wain Lea- entertained partyof up las skirts and ran.
gan the result taking Foley's'Kldney was surprising.Cure A, then few has had charge of all equIpment young folks at. his home Saturdaythe --- :................... ......... ........H.........:

Hrt-t (Formerly of Dannheisser Bros.) doses started the trick-dust-like substance pertaining to the.ooking and, occasion .being. his birthday an-

Pure Old Rye and Bourbon. Fine and BOW I have no pain across baking, but under .the new arrangement niYersary. S I Gas For Cooking isInexpensive i ii
my kidney and I feel like a new man. the commissary officials. ,will Dr. Adair has been in our town I For Ailing Women
,
Wine, Beer Tobacco.
and It has. e.roe JIQOO worth of good." have charge of It. Under this'plan batf-soling! and patphing teeth _
the commissary department will not The remains of 'Mr.- Calbert were
FbleyX Kidney Cure will cure every i
Old Hickory Whiskey Specialty be dependent another branch of IntsTred last i
form of'kidney or-bladder disease. W. on i Wednesday. A LITTLE SOUND ADVICE WILL ,

p : i. 12 W. Zarragoxa Street.PENSCAOLA. A., D'Alemterte' ,druggist and apothe the service for the transportation and. : : .
S furnishing of-ranges, utensils and bakery Fr..anleDt'Sweetbread. HELP' MANY A SUFFERER INS
cary. Because no fuel is wasted; ; no time Is lost in firebuild i
FLORIDA. "A true sweetbrekd ,
.outfits.SPRIIJIE is perhaps'the S
f .ing-rthe: moment ;you strike,.a match and light the gas.
: _ _ _ GET'A PANAMA,' $5.00, $7.50 .ANDI0OO'AT most healthy meat'that can be eaten," PENSACOLA. just .that moment you have a' good cooking heat. It is .
saId doctor, "but'you are'never abfeto -
p
: $ STANDARD CLOTHING ,
get It. The sweetbread proper i is the f"
COMPANY. S S No be healthy and well Convenient and Always Ready
; pancreas, 'Which is'-one of the most effective woman ,can
: if the sick. Poisons that
Banks Close Friday. ', :, agents 'iu promoting digestion pass off kidneys In the urine are when the kidneysare ::; We'll be glad 'to' talk to you' about the gas ran'ge que -

A The banksof this 'city will be closed -: brings many ailments,especially when but the sweetbread1 trade Is usually well are retained in the body when I" tion. V S
: Friday, April 13th in observance of the system is 'overloaded! 'wjth':winter obtained from the throats of attle and the kidneys are sick. Kidneys and :"
Good (Friday. impurities. You..suffer 'from is what Is' called' the thyroid gland. \
S S S Spring
. . ; S bladder get i inflamed and swollen, : -
AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK; Fever, Aching Bones, Headache, Sleep- This gland rests against the windpipe, crowding -the- delicate' female organs
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/ CmZENS NATIONAL' BANK, lessness and Impure Blood. .To stir and. while its texture: Is similar to'that: nearby -' 'and 'so ;times displacing I

;- Gentlemanwalked PEOPLES BANK. up the liver, stimulate .the digestive of the real sweetbread, it has not the. them.' This is the true cause of many I Pensacola a Gas Company \

PIJiT' NATIONAL[ BANK. organs and overcome that'tired feeling same beneficial -qualities. But some, b'earln -down pains, lameless, backache -

you'll find butchers, In order to1 make money, pass .. si'feache, etc. Uric poisoning | Phone 148. .'- 24 and27 E. Garden Street. !

into our store a 'few $c IOOp! ); .REWARD Hosteller'sStomach off the the salivary saliva;gland located'in, that ''which the"checks furnishes -, also languor causes, nervousness headaches,and dizzy: rheumatic spells, t S+.+....*' +++..+. *S +....****.***..+..*...............

\ days: ago and inquired'it, we reward will be for" pain: '
$100.00 paid the for a,.sweetbread. This is the most inferior SAgoodS4ayabOrCIOCk ft.
:fi :.were.agents for Knppenheim-' arrest and. .d?JIvel'f Jo the sheriff of I Bitters substitute of alL The pancreas When suffering so, try Doan's Kidney OJ.CCRS: : ::
Walton county-, ,end -Charlie' Renols S Pills, the remedy that cures sid
er lothes.- We replied that we .De:; riptlon: Heght! 5 feet, excellent Then It also cures Poor or real sweetbread, is a most' dainty kidneys. -You will get better as the ., ... ?.. ,..... *... .$5'OO
were and asked 'if we could a negro. Appetite, Flatulency, Dyspepsia, Indigestion -morsel. It is of triangular form, while health A good 8-day ,Parlor CIock, with alarm $3-00
will
10 or.11 inches; weight about 160 or kidneys get better and return '
snow him something. The 'result 170 pounds; bright mulatto with' ned.- Costiveness, Female. Ills or' the sweetbreads obtained from the when the kidneys are well. Let 8-day M.IssIonCicck3.75 to........ ..... ?.. :>.. ... ...$5.M
-Malaria, Fever and Ague. Try It. throat are of an oval form. But whatis at'reasonable' prices.
that sold him Has Pensacola tell aboutDoan's Repairing
Sws. was we a ium, large eyes. scar on upper a woman you "
:: perfect fitting stylish sack lip to the right of nose and when last the use'of making peoPle dissatisfied Kidney Pills. J. F. DAVIS. JEWELER,at Cue's Book Store.
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seen he wore a blue Jaded Jumper ? They have been! eating,thyroid Mrs.: A. Cfmnrfngs, of 402 West Ia -S -. S. -
suit bearing'a KuppenheimerlabeL -
-. overalls'shiip'toed, a gray cap shoes"a 'new Reward pair of No. for and salivary nn4bavebeeii glands. sweetbreads satisfied. But tendencia'Doan's street says:Pills"I must say ...........................................S ........
k 8 fine to years that Kidneys which I
After he had mad .his, pur- be paid{ by) J. A:RichTwurg: & Co., .A GoodChancto then they have never tasted the real purchased at Sidney Kahn's I .j

Crestye.I&: thing."-Pitisburg Dispatch. I drug store are a reliable! rsmeJy. :My
chase.he! said: "This" .Ii the ., I
'first suit I .. S kidneys have bothered me for a great I Refrigerators
'ready-made have
Matting
S : 8J? 'Knjghts,. ,Attention, Money Value of St. Lout. many years. There .was a tired feelIng l. I
$ bobtIntn years: r never I If
$ all
: -, Coe. De Lion Com- When Louis IX., the saint surrendered !about me the time and any exertion -
tu4-1 ; thought It posible.to get awellmade lS mandery No.1, with his whole forces to the I usscl:. me up entirely. My back
S suit unless I secure your Easter outfit at the old Saracens pained me so at times that I could
went Knights Templar will at Mansura on the 5th of '

to 'a custom tailor until afrlen4 attend Easter services -.time the low best prices.custommade I have a full'supply.pf Clothes pril. 1250. 'LOOO.OOO golden bezants' not anceAn rise from old a friend chair of without mine assist f: Mosquito Bars. I

of''m11le whose' clothes 1 -S :",! Gadsden SL made by the best tailors in 'the country equal to half that number of the livre$' Doan's Kidney Pills recommended to me- .
/ / M: .church' Sunday at prices that will i v of the day-were demanded for his :- S .
always told'me .
have admired surprise you, years ago as they haj cured him of a :
? he always wore Kuppenheimer ); morning, ,April o'clock.15th. ; Light 2-piece double breasted -Suitsat freedom. But the Moslems came down' : serious kidney complaint I neglected I: .., We've got thep. all The tiiSd!pf year. Is" now at:.hand when you .
All
MW at eleven
$11.00 that is well worth J18.50. to 800,000 bezants, and in the end by getting a box ,from time to time, but need them. all. ? t

Clothes and bought them S at Sir Knights. meet are reQuested at-S Light weght; single and" double) surrendering' DamJetta Louis got off finally\ wpfn I saw them advertised in/: Our 'Refrigerators are food preservers and soon save their cost .

::1J your store. -W--S our Asylum to at 9:30a. breasted Suits for J15.00.; ?16.5a and for 100,000 marks-equal, roughly, jto the New Orleans Item I started to use 5 in" their 'economlcal'use-of ice, $6.50 to:$22.50. J
There' are a great men. $18.so that insures you a saving of over, 1,000,000 of today. These golden and they proved to be I I
many m, sharp. S SS : them a splendid : Two. h 4req-I'OI.s! China and Japan Mattings; elegant designs! ,
who-enjoy the reputation of being S ,HARRY' W. GIBBS. E. C. about 20 per cent. or at least $4.00 to bezants -contained 'about.; 30 shillings' remedy. I have used some five or : 20, 25, 3Q and 35 cents a'yard laid free. JOur
W. HENRY 6.00 saving on your clothes, and your worth of our gold but to go to market six boxes and they have corrected
fine dressers who are''wear NEEDHAlM. Rec. shoes Mosquito-Bars keep out the pesky "skeeters" so you can.
hat
underwear
and at ..corre3-. with much the kidney troubh: and the tired, S .
would buy then as probablyas
14tz4 ing OUT clothes and many more .5- -.-.-55 5 pondingly low prices. .S 7% sovereigns now would. Were worn out feeling which existed ail the : sleep at night fir-peace and comfort. :
learning l this 1F. &A.M.A If you ,take a look J know will and Window Shades'are: our "long Suit"-We make them size you *
I are fact every day.H meetlBg you, : the scorner! allowed to break forth here time disappeared! my back does : any
$pe jal of Escam- buy, .and you won't ..regrettheresult.: not 'ach9 38 It formerly did. I have : wish, and put them up free.MARSTQN.
SS -ia be would probably tell'how this high :
Lodge: No-15, F. & A. M. i---. recommended Doan's Kidney pills .
S 7.-30 p. m. Friday, April 13th. \ priced and saintly; carcass was treat. several and know others who have to : .. "SI
S Work-In M.:M.- De-gree. VisitIng ed by his .peopl when Louis died at :
the
1I with most
0. ANSON Yours for Men's and. Boys' Wear used them satisfactory .
memfcers-are. cordially invited. the siege of Tunisyjw.enty,years later. results." J '

,* ..a D. ;-BEYEa. ., W. M. \ Being bard up for, Jembalmers,. they For sale- by all dealers. Price 50 I i & Q CINA
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bad to journal of Au- ,
CASH CLOTHIER : according the cents Foster-Milburn' Co:. Buffalo,
r Jos. Coleman bery, to quarter and ;boll.him down la sole) agents for the United
< I. GET A f AN AMA. $S. 0, '$1.50' AND New.York i .Pa
; Cor&er Palafolif alB: $10.00 AT STANDARD CLOTHING separate caldrons and EO sent"but.his States. 108/110 S. fpx.t. Phone 148. Pensacola, Fb.V" .
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