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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 13, 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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I GREENE AND GAYNOR DOW1E, ANDMORIV10NISM pnoosiTai n ; or f MAGNITUDE, : CHAMBER OF COMMERCE



GUILTY CHARGEDformer I pi: DISASTER I TAKES UP MANY MATTERS


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Savannah Contractors WIIdbYJudgeSpeer 1NFORMAtION N OF f ff Elijah III i Denies 'that He Contemplated the'Vicinity of Mount Vesuvius DELEGATION OF f Resolutions Looking to Protection


6e Sentenced Turning Over Zion to 8 BALANCI-[- ".. Becomes. More Apparent of Sponge Fishers' Interests

this Morning.MAXIMUM Latter Day Saints Each

-- GOVERNMENTSACRED f Day., GERMANS N ,SEEROOSEVELT Adopted.s


PENALTY ONLY BASIS FOR RUMOR WAS Original r i Demands Modified_ seas FALL OF ASHES! AND CINDERS .
41 NEW
PRESENCE) OF MORMON MISSIONARIES r AT MEMBERSCouncil
Anthracite I NAPLES WORSE :THAN ANY
f to Apply to .'
IN ZION CITY SOME TIME SINCE ERUPTION BEGAN E

Years in Prison and j t I Miners r Only. ,
Is
Seventeen MONTH'S' AGO-VOLIA' HAS LEG- -KING EMMANUEL VISITS
Urged to Adopt Better
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Fine of $515,000. -' AL POSSESSION' OF PROPERTY.By -- POINTS I IN t DANGER ZONE.

Bill Agreed Upon Prohibiting i Officials OPERATORS WILL' TAKE' UP NEW.I It Veterans of,the Kaiser's Army Accorded Stock law. a,

PROPOSITION AND MAKE 'REPLY I
JUDGE SPEER EXPRESSES INTENTION from Giving it Out Associated Press. By Associated Press .
Cordial
EARLY' NEXT Welcome by IT IS PROPOSED TO HAVE, STOCK
WEEK- ,
Of DEALING' LENIENTLY' Chicago April 12.Tq a representative Naples, April 12. While the news

Prematurely. of'the. Associated Press today STRIKE COMMISSION MAYBE. from Mount Vesuvius today is reassuring ., the Chief Executive.By ;LAW LIMITS EXTENDED TO

WITH PRISONERSMINIMUM John Alexander Dowie emphatically conditions here are such
CALLED, dPONTO CORRESPOND 'WITH THE CITY
SENTENCE PERMISSABLE' IS denied a rumor: to the effect, that he 'EVENTUALLY as to mate it difficult to realize

By Associated Press had agreed secretly with a commission SETTLE. DIFFERENCES.By that conditions, ar& actually better., Associated Press LIMITS-MEMBERS ARE' ENTHUSIASTIC '.
TWO YEARS AND $1000 FINE- Washington April 12.-Mr. Culber- missionaries to turn The .
; of Mormon ,I wind is blowing from the Washington April 12. Ambassador AT GROWTH OF !
I son presented in h.3 Senate today a
ATTORNEY ERWIN CONGRATULATED over'to the Mormon church Zion and I mountain towards' NapJes, and this Speck Von Stern/burg/ ,of. Germany this ,
concurrent rssolntion\ 'Including ORGANIZATION. s
BY PRESIDENT.. senators and members of the House, all its vast ho din'gs. The. only possible Associated Press. evening the fait of ashes and cinders! afternoon presented 'to ,-President

in a bill prohibiting officials of the basis for this story, It was explained New York, April 12.-The' anthracite here Is worse than at any time since I Roosevelt, at the White House, a dele-

government from prematurely giving was that some months age miners in conference with the opera- the eruption bsgan. I gation of fifty officers, ex-soldiers and !iA largely attended; meeting of the

By Associated Press. out private information of, the government -I a coterie of Mormon missionaries appeared -! tors today modified their original Every day gives new evidence of i I veterans of the German army. Many Chamber of Commeroe was held at
and i it .
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Savannah, Ga., ,April 12.-jBenj. D. was adopted. in the streets of Zion City and I II proposition so*that the agreement I the magnitude of the catastrophe andtoday's of them are now American citizens four o'clock yesterday afternoon,
(
I expounding the! for be made with the : visit of King Victor Em-II
; I distributed pamphlets asked may an- I
Greene and John F. Gaynor were RAILROAD RATE: BILL t I manuel to Ottajano revealed new and all were accorded a cordial wel- President Mayes presiding.

found guilty of conspracynd embez- ARGUED IN SENATE i I'doctrines of Mormonism." According I thracite mine workers, '''inStead of tragedies. At certain points his come by the presidentThe A communication from the Mai .3

zlement the Jury returning a verdictat -r-- i to the statement of (Doctor" Dowie with the United Mine Workers organization majesty was' obliged\ to abandon his president' took occasion to de lory SteaDl'shipline in reply to a

Washington. Amril 12.After a ,: and his counsellors these men were ; also amended tie check-off i motor car and went forward on liver-an important address to the vis 'Utter recently addressed to the officials
ts o o'clock this afternoon. Judge brief sueeeh bv Mr. Turner. In sun- -
.'ejected from the city. demand so that those willing, to be horseback in constant danger.In I of that line
bill itors. He made by Secretary Jones
Speer ordered recess until tomorrow -port of the House railroad rate the present of the King 129: reference to the :Al- : ,
Mn Foraker' took the floor on', the Every member' of Bowie's party and assessed could meet the expenses! of feeciras conference inquiring as to inducements necessary .
itt
mornitfg when sentence will be bodies were extricated! from the; and successful I
imposed.The msasun and consumed practically I. Dowie himself deny stories to the effect carrying out the agreement ruins. The dead at Ottajano are said I outcome extended to the German Em- to be offered the Mallory line by

trial consumed about thirteenand all of the remainder: of,the day's session -. that a movement is on foot .to v Leading operators said negotiations to number. 550. peror hearty personal felicitations ; the commercial interests of Pensa-
of the 'Senate. He spent some I # on
a half weeks.'Defendants. tine in discussing .some amentfmsnts i; compromise with Voliva. between the two sides had been practically its results and expressed sincere'hope! cloa to have its regular New York-

.are charged with con- which h.* suggested to the bill and ,suspended. The. operators, CONTEMPLATESWESTERN for Increasing the, close relations between M.ohilesteamers call at Pensacola,
the in Voliva Has Legal Rights.
defraud government
spiracy to contended against the constitutionality however will take up the miners, prop- the United coming south and going north, was
connection with big! government con of the pending bill. Zion City April 12.-Thesiotf jmpres- States and Ger- read. In this communication, the
osition
and make formal
replyearly
tracts. They were indicted in 1902 Mr. Lodge spoke briefly in support that if Dowie listens to the ad- a TRIP Chamber was requested to submit
and after fighting extradition proceed-j of the practice of granting lower : given him by hs.: pwn next week. If the operators refuse to '. data as to the volume of business
toeing
ings in New York fled to Ca rates on goods intended for exhort .. vice' accept the amended proposition, ,the f from eastern points to Pensacpla;
ter long proceedings they were extradi'ed -1 than upon thoss used\ in domestic friends at the, auditorium annex he wage workers propose-that the original 4 Associated Presa. many.T'L and also advices as to the probable

and returned to Savannah consumption. will.give up the fight.oliva's powerof proposition tb-- that By I! N lEA'GUE attitude of' Pansacola merchants toward ,
for trial attorney has not;yet teen cancelledand operators Washington, April 12.-It was stat-, a line thus established.The .

The maximum sentence the court, SMALL DOCKET IN THEMUNICIPAL : he still, therefore,has legal rightsto the award of the/strike commissionbe ed at the White House today that rensacoia Graving Dock.

can impose under the law is an ag- .... ._ ... TRIBUNAL! act for the "First ,Apostle." : renewed for three years and that President of Roosevelt has taken up the The following communication, from
question a trip through the west
seventeen the two amended propositions, above' Senator
gregate term of years and a Mallory was read:
fine of five hundred and. seventy-five The municipal c.ourt: did not present outlined, .be submitted to & commission during the spring and summer of 1907, Washington, D. C., April 9th., 1906.
thousand dollars\ the amount o?' the the usual lively appearance.,1rom: a LIBERALS HAVE for arbkrattea. any commissiotlers ,although he_ has yet,made no positive JE.A S: 0 N NAll W.-: C.: Jones, Secretary of the Chamber .

alleged embezzlement It Is,believed, numerical standpoint as Is-; usual.Bight '.- cannot S ITe.j President'Mitchell Engagements.. -t '" ., of Commerce, Pensacola, Fla
however the sentence. will not:be of "ex .offenders' faced .Judge Laney BIG MAJORITYBy suggests- that 'President: Roosevelt .' ", '" ", < .Dear Sir I beg to acknowledge receipt
treme severity as Judge Speer said: and he: handed 'six of the crew what fill .all vacancies TO POSTPONE -of-year :letter ,of She 6th.. Instant -

1 have no disposition toward these I was coming to them in the way of UP.ENS" inclosing copy of resolutionsof
unfortunate men' except to be just as '!fines. the .Chamber of Commerce relative

merciful as my duty under the law He assessed a total of $34 and Associated dress KINGAISONSO. TO HAGUE MEETING to the construction of a Graving

will permit"" costs. Sarah Grelli, was gently reminded -'! St. Petersburg,. April 12.-Statistics Dock at the Pensacola Navy
The minimum sentence perm'ssableunder to the tune of $15 of the coin regarding the 179 members so far QN JUNE I t Yanoi and requesting Senators and
the law is two years in the of the realm-" the real article; the elected to the, lower house of parliament MARRYi. Representatives in Congress from
penitentiary and a .flue of one thous. kind that buys-that: !fighting doesn't show that. the LiberaTr'navean i. By Associated Prea Home Teams lost in FirstGameSouthern !Florida to urge the Hon Geo. E.
FY>ss, and the members of the Committee
and. here. -. overwhelming majority and that Washington, April 12.-Baron Rosen -
,go five are classedas .Associated Press. the Russian ambassador called on Naval Affairs of the House
Mr Erwin this afternoon receiveda E. R. Grant, had a bunch of charges only representatives s League
telegram from Attorney General I to face. 7-11-46, were !appended to reactionaries. While the constitutional Madrid, April 12.-The Marriage :of upon Secretary'' Root at the state department of Representatives to provide an appropriation -
woody expressing the congratulations democrats and their more radical King Alfonso! and Princess' Ena, of today and advised that the of $100,000 for the purr
he'
his name which means that, was Results
'
of commencing work} the
of the president and attorney general charged with disorderly,conduct,loud allies have 97 representatives,the! Battenberg, has been definitely fixed Russian government was entirely willing pose on

upon the outcome of the case, upon and boisterious/ language and a few progressive party has only,25 and the for June 1. Foref;n ambassadors who},f to have the meeting of second Graving It Is. scarcely Dock: necessary for me to
others seventeen. will attend will arrive here on May 8. Hague conference postponed.
which Mr. Erwin has been engagedfor touched ,
other things. He was lightly I All Southern League clubs played say that I will be glad to do any-
several years. off to the'extent of a $5 William. : thing in my power to Induce Con
yesterday. The
season in
In short there were six convictions, opened gress to make the necessary appro-
one continuance and Carrie DeBalde- New Orleans and Memphis. The Tiation for the purpose of begining
GOOD FRIDAY WILL nalain a dusky ,maid, was discharge I I Pelicans triumphed over the LittleRock work on a Graving Dock at the Pencacola .

Carrie was charged with having more layout after a hard fought; Navy Yard. In this connec-

OBSERVED HERE on board than necessary, but' she convinced battle and Shreveport proved: easy tion it may be pertinent for me to
the court that It 'was not a picking for Memphis. -Birmingham Ear 'that some two years ago of my

\ 1 case of "That they.had to carry Car L ," own move I got .resolution through
rie, because. Carrie'had all she could j .. ..... again shut out Nashville and Atlanta the Senata asking the Secretary of
RELIGIOUS SERVICES WILL BEHELD I carry.:: I :, again trimmed Ifca Durrett's the Navy whether or not a Graving

.' :t bunch: of alleged climbers, representing Dock on the Gulf of :Mexico was desirable
AND BANKS WILL BE NO INVESTIGATION; TO Montgomery. and if so, what port was best '

TAKE PLACE THIS WEEK suited for such a dock and the Do-
CLOSED. --- A The National League season open- I artment in response to that inquiry

The investigation of the Board of ed yesterday and all the home teams 'staled that a dock WAS desirable,
were ctefeated. New York and THAT PEXSACOLA; WAS THE
Public: Works by 'the city' council was the
Good in I PLACE FOR IT. This was the opinion
Friday will be. observed finance committee will hardly commence vector over Philadelphia Boston shutout
Pensacola religiously by the Catholics of the Chief of .the Bureau oj
next week.
before Brooklyn, Chicago made Cincinnati
Episcopalians and Lutherns with ser I Yards and Docks. Aitfmiral/ Endicott.
Chairman Frank' Reilly of the bite the dust and Pittsburg was of the Navy
vices. The then Secretary
committee stated yesterdaythat the winner. St. Louis. All the
finance :S/ over
At St. Joseph's Catholic church at >- q' t Mr. Moody, concurred In Admiral!
he did not think any: action would games were close with the excep- the
views but
8 Endicott's expressed
o'clock ,
this morning the reading of week: No tion of
be taken' until next conference the OhicaioCincinnati .contest
that there were so many
opinion
the Passion of Christ and Prayers, unveiling was held yesterday: between the cubs winning easily, ether projects of'more immediate
and adoration of the, cross, 'committee relative Southern
the members of the League. necessity that he would not recom '
with a procession from the repositoryand I to the question, due to the. ab- Birmingham 5; Nashville 0. mend the appropriation at that time.
Mass presanctified will take place. New Orleans 3 Little Rock L,
sence of Alderman D'Alemberte!, who ; Since then th.9 Secretary of the
Vespers and divesting of the altar will A Memphis 11 Shreveport 5. .
take was out of the city. The city finance ; Navy, Mr. Bonaparte has recommended
place this evening. committee is composed Aldermen Atlanta Montgomery 0. the construction of such a:
The way of the cross service will Reilly Yonge and D'Alem'berte.' National League. dock. I do not think the House
be held at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. New York 3; Philadelphia 2. Committee will put It In the Naval

The rosary instruction and chant- CIRCUIT -OURT'STILL (Boston 2; Brooklyn 0. Apropriation Bill, and if they do not,
tag of the tenebrae will take place at Chicago 7; Cincinnati 2.
the
GRINDING' ON BUSINESS: I will do the best I can to get
the 7:30: o'clock services. The adoration Pittsburg'2; St. Louis 1. Senate Committee on Naval Affairs

of the cross will be held after I little business :was' transacted in of which I am now a member to'

services. the circuit court yesterday. The. case BOY KILLED BYFALLING put it in as an amendment when the
The regular services for Good Friday bill comes t6 the Sonata It was
of Brown Chipley & Company againstP ;;
will be held at St. Michael'3 with this view that I got myself
mutual
et aL was by ;
E. Hannah \
church.:
BUILDING transferred from the Committee on
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Owls; to the fact that repairs aregoing consent continued.' trial practically the .' -- ,. ( the District of Columbia to the Committee
on at Christ Episcopal church, :After being on. on'"Naval Affairs of the Sen-
the H o'clock service today >will be entire day the cause.of the PensacolaIron r rI ate and in view of my Immediate

conducted at the First Presbyterian Works and Supply,Company versus I ', ; By Associated Press. connection with the project, it is .

Church. The regular 5 o'clock service Bennie Edmundson. a 5250 assumpist .. Demopolis, Ala., April 12.-Melvin I scarcely necssary for me to say that
will\ be held In the basement of the suit was given to the jury ... ;: Finer the fifteen year old son of J. I am not likely to lose my interest

First Baptist church. late yesterday afte oon. .: .. ." Finer a prominent merchant, was in it, or to become forgetful of it.

At Katherine's church (Episcopal / /' < ir ;.', crushed to death this morning when My health has given me a grwtdeal
1) services w111 be conducted at S'a. T. L. GANT WILL I ERECT ,,> a shed In front of hU father's tore of trouble recently. My physician
cltto3pm.andat5p.m. FIVE STORY BUILDING : and two adjoining biildings collapsed. advises me't, leave Washingtonand
'
..! ,' t ; < rest for monthor
complete a
The take a
Usual The body was badly mangled.
Good Friday services will! : .. .
be held( at the Pensacola If the' plans contemplated r- i. mars, and ,It is probable that I
German l ,
Luthern church.Bank = : '
Close. by T. L. Gant do not.fall, wilt\ havea VAr .rt-: :. .. nay cto so.
Will .
In'banking circles Good Friday Is a five story building ,on Palafox ", ; n"' (cdA1.. ." ,:..;'7-::'' ; POLICE CHIEfELECT I am happy to say that at this
legal .Gregory,, Plans; tI\AY\. '. writing I, am feeling better.
holiday and the will be ob- street, at the corner : i. ..:"
day ;: Very truly, etc..
Eerre4 )
architects It la (Signed
means eastern and local -
that the financial institutions ,
,, S 7i A letter from Senator TaJiaferro.
will not be open for business. proposed to make'f the building an "> '. ;. ,- : : was also read in which the junior
apartment house' from the second : ; .: : .
: Senator from Florida, pledged his!
'
KNIGHTS structure will Associated Press.
ATTEND TEMPLARS EASTER TO SERVICES: floor the entire up. The length of the.. property occupy re- .. -i? j .. lli Hot Springs. April 12- The following !!: support of Navy the Graving Yard. Dock for thePensacola

cently purchased ty Mr.. Gant for officers were elected today by
tock Law Report.
I The
:
\ Internationa Association of
The m mbera of Coeur De Lion!I 35000. the The sepclal committee coirdstlnj;
Chiefs of Police: :Major RicharJ'Sylvester
yommandery No. 1, Knight Templars,,! .7-! of MessrF. W. Marsh. J. J. Sullivan
Washington J.
till attend Easter I Again Arrested of president; H. H. Boyer. appointed at
services at the k. and
1 '., '.".. C. Whittake', of Dayton, patio/first
Gadsden ,
Street t Methodist church iu I: Deroy, a white man. who has. just v the last mating _0f the Chamber to
body in full uniform. The 11 o'clock completed a sentence. of--nine monthson : : vice-president; _tank Cassidy; of Elmira draft amendments to fisting sto!lc
.. ;;'- ', .. New York second vice-prebi-
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1'\1ces will} *Ie attended and the ser- the county roads for stealing !s 1' '- : limits ordinances of tie city stilt!
mon A' I'M GOING TO BE HELD:UP PRETTY SOON .ANT:) dent Harvey 0 Casey, of Grand RapIds -
will be preached by Rev Dr. Syl- ,again under arrest. He.is now charg-j THE POCKET-BOOK;' HAVE FEEI&H THAT : ;
later .' secretary-treasurer. (Continued on Page Three) ..-
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flORIO- BLANCA .Spring Ailments, RECENT RDERS' 'IF wesaBasBBBBtsaaaaaI aeaa aa eaaeaaaaaaaaa aeaaaa


'toils and other '
Pfaaptes- eczema ''''- = ;-'P- 9
1 eruptions, loss of appetite,. that tired I ,< TAKEIT. ,:,",'. ,
't feeling, fits, of biliousness, indigestion. .. :: '"' -r'. ';;;"" : 9

P HEE I ,and headache, are some:of them. TO u. SI N NAYL. m :'." 01fj

They are all, radically, and permanently .
cured Hood' .
by Barsaparilla,
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;jwbica"tborenghly' cleanses the blood W : 'TO PIECES't

and restores healthy functional activityto OffiCERS IUITS
VIEWED.r 8 ..
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Mi4tf the.whole system. This spring take; : N

: Hood Sarsaparilla m'
tV no trouble :with the WHITE MOUNTAIN REFRIGERATORS. You
In ]liquid or tablet form. 100 Doses$1.
Mayor Bliss States that He Has ., Changes that Have Been Ordered N open the ice chamber and take it out; take out the ice grate; takeout 0ffi f

Legal Right to Erect A Fine Line of 'in the Service Within.the lU ; the' provision shelves and take out the waste pipe without opening the

Past Few N 4: .' '__ lower door., It's,..so easy to clean them, it's actually a pleasure. DO YOU r
Days.
:. Wharf. '
: KNOW that this means a Refrigerator that's easy to clean as a tumbler? TheN
TENNIS a ____________
to'.l: ._ cireulation is perfect and it is absolutely odorless. In the WHITE MOUNTAIN m
Special e Jour al.
wi -' OF ORDINANCE GRANT.
SECTIONS
-' ,Washington, April 12. The followIng you will always h.ave.a Refrigerator that's as clean and sweet' smelling as when N

ING ORIGINAL FRANCHISE GOOD orders have been. issued wifiiin; I' it left our store- This is a peculiarity of the WHITE MOUNTAIN line that fj

QUOTED BY CHIEF EXECUTIVEIN ,the past few days to officers of tho? fJ '
: won't find anywhere else.
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IN HIS STATEMENT CONCERNING United States navy: you j
w ,. JUST RECEIVEDNew Commanders Lloyd, Jr. to dutyas I -1
r* QUESTIONS AT ISSUE ordnance officer L.e gue' Island "-

"S\ WILL. CONSTRUCT WHARF. Rackets Tennis-$1,25 goods., $1.50., .$2.00 $2.'O, yard.Lieutenant Commanders-"P. W. ofi Back

j f $3.00 Nets, $3.50-$150, $4.00, $2.50., $k50,' $5,00, $5.50. Hourigan SO, detached and ordered the to'the.ConstellationApril .-'Fore You Make Your Money fj

i The Florida Blanca wharf matter Balls.:-3 for $1.00. River Ship Building Company m Connection
; and the statement that :Mayor;; Bliss Fine line fresh spring Fishing with the fitting out of the New 'H fjB
and": 0. L. Bass had commenced 'the Tackle;' new and Of best quality.. Jersey, and nlered to vessel when SJfj ( '
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erection of a wharf at the foot, o! One thousand new Edison Records placed in! commission; 1-LE.. Wile detache'd / w The\VHITE-MOUNTAIN Refrigerators are air tight, cold and dry This fj
street caused Alderman Naval :Academy! and ordered
Florida Blanca ?
i Muldon to ask II the question just picked jn.over.Cpme.quick' before' they'are to: tie Constellation;, J. R. Edie order. causes'a saving in ice during the season that would astonish you if reduced tow ru

; should not be referred to the fran- Out of town orders promptly filled., ed to the Rainbow; F. W. Bartlett detached dollars .cents. Just try a WHITE'MOUNTAIN, and after a month or two N
chise eoplmit .e. This question was duty as inspector of engineering ._ .
asked"by the alderman at the 1n% t--' J material Central' Peimsylvan'a w. ,'corripafeyour ice,bill with those\you used to pay. The money you are putting' m '
m 1ng of the counsel Wednesday and western New York districts and fj fjI
SfeiiW3iV'It in'g.' : ordered to continue other duties; S. N in ice'NOW will buy you a new Refrigerator. For the class of the article the I

No action was liken.concerning the F.B. BRUCEdon Arnold ordered to duty as Inspectorof ,
I matter, as a motion to adjourn was engineering material for the central -OJ I pri e is lower than you woyld think.c'. (
before the council and it prevailed. Pennsylvania and, western New tu (1fj'
It Is stated that Alderman MuldoEtwill" York districts. _
'bring the question up again at Lieutenants< "D. White ordered m We Have Them Up Cut Shows One HI
the next meeting of the council. of the city in' the vicinity of to 'the Naval Academy; W. C. Watts ,
') During the course of his remarks Florida Blanca street. ':detached the Texas and granted three < fjfj
;44iF; ; % in the council, Mr. Muldon stated that "Some persons are of the opinion months sick leave; R.W. McNelly-N :
; the franchise for the Florida Blanca that the franchise for the Florida tached Washington D. C. yard and from for I N
wharf privilege terminates In a few Blanca wharf privileges expires at ordered to Newport News Ship Building N
':4 ,rdays. In this, Mayor Bliss, one of the termination of 25 :years. In this Company's works in connection .
the parties erecting'the Florida Blanca -they are mistaken. The, ordinance with the fitting out of the Louisiana fury 4 : N
'. wharf takes exceptions to Alder. granting ,the original franchise, was and ordered to vessel when placed in '
man iluldon's remarks in several in- passed April 25, 18&1, and approved ,commission; H. L. Brinser ordered to i $$7.50 to $$60 '$$17.50
ir-W ,' stances. In discussing the matter the next day. Sections 4 and 5 readas duty as assistant to the inspector' .
4! ;yesterday Mayor Bliss said: follows: equipment at works of Fore River ni
: 4 J In reference to the wharf matter "Section 4. Be it further ordained, Ship Building Company; M. St. C. Ellis -
\ I: wffl state that, 'such privileges were that the said George EX Wentworth, ordered to duty as assstant: to inspector -'N m
J.,Iet as far back as 3d and 40 years ago. and his associates heirs and assigns, of equipment at ship yards of: The Cleanest
f:The compensation received by the cityVor shall, In consideration of the erectionof Cramp and Son, Philadelphia, Pa.; F., m ilrIIi1c41 Imaginable m
at least the amount stipulated in said wharf. have exclusively the F. Snow> sick leave extended three,
the ordinance granting the franchises privileges set forth in this ordinance months. Refrigerator is th'e STONE WHITE of the WHITE
varied. Some. were at $10 per annum for the term of twenty-five years, he Ensigns-.A. T. Brisbon detached the, w 1
ib.4vi while others were $30 annually. The or they paying therefor to the City Independence; ordered horns and placed -I built on the well-known principals of the cold-retaining
Louisville and Nashville railroad'company of Pensacola the yearly sum of ten on waitih'g orders; J. J, Hannigan ro
for the btg dock grant, pays. J nars.I ordered home; C. A. Richards detached iN and the doors and entire:provision chambers are lined with

|100 per year. Most of the fran I 'Section 5. Be it further ordaIn- the Wisconsin ani ordered to the N. not imitation< but REAL SOLID STONE. It is the coldest it"H
:awc chIses, for exclusive privileges, ,were I ed, that at the' expiration of said Concord. -*:'3 I ? ,
14; granted for 25 years. I twenty- vet years, the City of Pensa Midshipmen S. Border detached\ i fSfli ,as well l as the most economical Refrigerator made. Our cut
ki "All wharves are private property 'cola shall have the privilege of :purchasing the Alabama, ordered home and granted -' '
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f and have been always so considered.The said 'wharf at such valuationas one months sick leave; G. V.Stuart 1ut we have them,all prices, up from $25. ,
Palafox Baylen, Tarragona Al- may be determined upon by three detached the Wisconsin and orderedto 1I
.caniz, with the Louisville and Nashville ((3). arbitrators; one to be. appointed the Cincinnati; E.iKays detached IrJ If n convenient, to, pay cash, tell the salesman to "Charge
g-1 wharves, are *11 private' proper by the city, ,one by George E. Went. the Ohio and ordered to the El-
ty as-are others. worth, his associates, heirs and assigns cano; V. N. MetcaU.E. Durr detached ri
i I rT "The Tlorida Blanca wharf which\ i. and the third to be chosen by the ChicagQ and..-ordered ,to the
4i; with Itr. Bass, am building was originally '' the two thus appointed." Marblehead; F- N. Eklund detachedthe I
ni; % constructed many ,years ago. "By the sections it will be seen that Chicago and prdere L o the} Boston RIIOIIES4UTCII4OLLINS FURNITURE COMPANY
vt It roU&and disappeared, 'but"the,pay,: if myself and associate should ask for ; R. L. Irvine detached the Chicago -
p1: ment for the wharf privileges stipulated an "ex' lusive privilege' such permissIon and ordered to the, Princeton. (II
fa the' franchise has always must be Assistant Surgeon-R. A. Warner I
: secured from the council -
1.c- been paid. When I bought this prop- and we will be compelled to pay ordered to Naval A ademy..' '[m 26 and 28 E. Garden Street. N

tit erty 1. paid as 'much' ,' for the wharf: such a sum as the body might fix,provided Chief Boatswains T., Chase ordered ,
ti4 privilege as I did for the property. The it is not out of all proportion.It to Naval Training tation, New-'! 2 a22222e22222aB2a22BB22 Ba dI
land was bought with the intention will' be seen that the 'exclusive' port, R. I.; D.: )'I tI rty commission. .... -----'--- ------e--.---V --_.V--_.---- --.- _. -___-wu wine.-------- ...... ..,. ...,
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constructing such a wharf'as stated' privilege- may terminate In 25 years, announced; J. Davis ordered to the! .t.{ _r' ', V ,1.. .
2tU in The Journal Thursday morning. I but not the wharf, privilege proper."If Constellation; J. P. O'Neill ordered B.
most assuredly intend to erect the the city should desire to purchase .] home and placed on waiting orders. i CLERKS AND INSPECTORS: are, Wesly Offarrels, inspectors V ; CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Scientist, there, and in 1899 bieai':
1i *I Structure as contemplated, as I have the wharf,privilege the municipality Warrant Machinists-J. M. 0-ber or- FOR DEMOCRATIC- PRIMARY H. Bryars, clerk. HERE 'NEXT' WEDNESDAY a member of the Board of Lecture
a perfect right, just the same as any will be compelled to pay what- dered to the Franklin No. 11-J. W. Emmons, W., 44L'Zt other citizen. It is my intention to ever sum may be fixed by the three Mates-P. Mahoney ordered to the Notice is hereby given that at a W. L. hElms Inspectors; J. Rev.. Arthur R. Vosburgh, C. S. B.,
: B. Stewart. clerk. of Rochester, N., Y. who will lecture ATTENTION C. K. of A.
:F improve as much as possible the eec- aifoitrators.U Lancaster; A. E. Moore ordered to meeting of the County Democratic .
F-14'th4 : here at the Uniyersalist church Monday Members of branch No 21t ft, *
the Fish Hawk.ChaplinW. Executive Committee,. held at Pensa No. 12.-J. A. Andrews, R. P. Reese <
I .--.--- April 16, educated for tbs receive holy communion in a jHt: :.'
- >*ti. JT i H. I. Reaney ordersto cola April 7, 19M( the folowing Ed. Watson, inspectors; Lee Daniel!, was
;: > ,
ii > March'31 revoked, ordered to continue clerks and inspectors were selectedto clerk. Presbyterian ministry antf graduatedat Sunday morning, the 15th inst i:
Auburn Theological Seminary in 7 o'clock mass at St. M'rhai' ;
duties. act at the Democratic primary No. 13.-Thos. W. Kent, Jas. C. ,,,'
1892. He was licensed to preach by church. Meet at hall at 6:3D.V
a to be". held May 15. 1906:' Clark, Otto White inspectors, Julius
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__ .. snitaay Observance. Lyons Presbytery in 1891, and called badge. Every member Is requt1.1to :;{
Menko
) Clerks"and Inspectors. clerk. ,
to become thg pastor of the Presbyterian : attend.
Iff Scene Scotch farmhouse; time, Sun Xo. 1-J. W. Cherry, Will Rich, 'L.- No. 14.-Dixoa Reed, J. S. Mc- church at. North Bergen B. MOTH

I day morning. F. Richards, inspectors; V. Goldback. Gaughey, James O'Brien, inspectors Genesee Presbytery In 1892. But THOS. JOHNSON, Pra.
TV Old.I Tourist (to farmer's wfe-Can you clerk. Abe' baniels, clerk. he had experienced th, healing efficacy Secy.
I let me have a glass of milk, please?* 'No. 2-Floyd Athy H. C. Miller, No.: IS-F. M. Whiting Phil San- of Christian Science, and had Aprill3-2ts.
Milk is produced and consumed.<< J. F. Helton,. inspectors; Joe White, ches, J. B. Dougherty, inspectors; J. been a student of Its teachings for
Tourist (taking some, coppers from cterk.No.. V E. Reira, clerk. some time, so he finally decided to No Indoor Baseball To-night
his pocket)-A penny,I suppose. 3-W. W. Kirksy W. Fell, E. No 16-Sid Clopton, Hiram Stfggs dsrote his time .wholly to active Owing to the fact that (to-i.-' !
iRtt! Farmer's Wife Mon, dae ye no think G. Brewton, inspectors; G. A. MorrilL W H. Kilbee, Inspectors; Jno. Hoyt, work in the movement. He becamea Good Friday the usual Friday r: ,,!
Quaker same o' yersel' tae be buyln'"goods ot clerk. clerk.' practitioner in, Rochester, was First game of 'the Y. M. C. A. GMJin..- '10,
the Sawbath? < No. 4.-Jno., Longreeu" E.C Padgett, No. 17 Sid Clopton, Hiram Suggs, Reader in Second Church of Christ will be ommitted this week

I Tourist ( repocketing the'coppers Will i Brigs ,inspectors; Chapman W. H. Kilbee, Inspectors.; Jno. L. =-----

Oh well there's no harm done. I'm Youzale'No. 5A.clerks H. ,Baily, 'Win, White,, Hoyt No.; clerk.18-J. W. Bowman,V J. A. Wil-

eare I'm much Rye have the money for it? No. 6. Tom Davidson, S. R. Talt, J. Cushion, clerk.
Farmer's Wlf -Nlna! ; HI: ao tak' Alex McVoy: inspectors; Olie Jennings No. 19.-W. B. Miller, A. B. Filllngim

155fc p4 less than saspenee for breakin' the clerk. ; F. M. Wood inspectors; A. J.lOver I Half a MillionSATISFIED
Ii Sawbath!-Leeds Mnrcury. No. 7.-A.V 11V Nfckelson, C. Don Fillingim, clerk '
the in
/ i is
I | utmost. good whiskey. Ward Burkley Hastings, Inspectors; No.'20-W. M. :McCurdy, M. F. Mor-
Washington ana Harvard. Frank Gill}', clerk. tala, Bill Newberry, Inspectors; Mack CUSTOMERS
d : Millions to Washington received from Harvard No. 8.-Taylor Craibtree, J. C.Faylor .' McCurdy: 'clerk.

? spent prepare college the honorary degree of doctor of .. .Thos Cisco inspectors; C. P. No. 21-Preston Pierce, M. E. Hen- Do you think such an enormous business could be built up and
.. laws. The distinction was voted by Proctor clerk. ( I derson R. T. Bradley, Inspectors; C. continually increased, if our goods did not have value and menu?
exceptional
t4 a perfect product No. 9-:M. Sturdivant, J. B., Hug-! R.:
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Vaughn clerk.
years the president and fellows of the collegeat I Do yoc think we could hold the trade of half a million people, if our
the gins, J., T. Fillingim, inspectors; ..P No. 22F. A. Mayo, E. N. Jernigan,
: meeting at Watertown April 3, reputation for doing exactly what we say wasn't firmly established?
taken to'ripen it.Don't. 1776, "as an expression, of .the ,grati- M. Pritchett, cleric. J. JI.Inspectors: ; W. T. Mayo,I Do'y u think', S. Senators, Foreign Ambassadors,Bankers, Businessand ,
ISP 1D tude of this college, for his eminent No. 1O'-J. T. Rigley, Burges Bry clerk. Professional men in every section of this country would keep on using
m -.l services in the 'cauSe No. 23-H. C. Kellam. D. W. Bow. HAYNER WHISKEY if it wasn't all right ,
let the dealer, ,give. and to their The of his country man, W,, J. Kumams, inspectors; R.. J. Do you think doctors would recommend, i H and hospitals, use it, if it t
society. signers '
were Seymour,' clerk. wasn't absolutely pure.and unadulterated
just "whiskey." ;President Samuel Langdon: Nathaniel FR.REILLY. ,. Just think these things over carefully and then send us a trial order
you lt4it4 "Appleton, John'Winthrop, Andrew D- I I F. B. RABCUFF. Chairman. Your money back if yon are cot satisfied.

Phone 16, Lewis'Bear'&to.,' lot, Samuel Cooper ad. John Wads- ti bi I I.L & Temporary Secretary., V V United States Senate Washington, D C.
t .: 5 404-408 Palafax St. and 2-10 Main St., worth. V ''
"I fc.vo found hay ner Whiskey exceptionally fine for table and medicinal purpose
Pensacola, Fla. S
Ruiklaa .. W.M.Snarlt
""elpl Didn't Know. ,
U.8. Senator from Nevada
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M General Dragomlroff. the Russia ; 'There are some persons who cannot

iil* military expert, rose from the rank take a- oke, but Sniggins Is not one of
and always dressed according to th them. A "friend" acquainted with
army regulations for'the common aal'' I gniggins' frequent changes of abode HAYNER WHISKEY
v: : ----- -if
rs tier. One day while driving about St I asked him which he thought was. the
Is De Ruyter ( Holland ) Gin Petersburg in his carriage he noticed I cheaper-to move or to'pay rent.
1 fi soldier with hair longer than the re:- "I can't tell:;you, my dear boy," replied V FULL $2O EXPRESS Ti'
m illations called for. He had the horses Sniggins. ."I have always moved. 4 !!
stopped, alighted and, taking off his -Loadon Telegraph.E .
l hat, ordered the soldier to seize him f I' QUARTS PREPAID HOUR
Ljp JLjF Jbkiut L by the hair. ,The soldier hesItated. He ( >VT Bit a. Good. I
[ 11Ii1 eared to lay violent hands his V & Have you& belt that will go abouty
on general OFFER We **** tetld TOO In a pUta seated case with no I
; besides the hair was' clipped too < waisfc!'',asked the young lady witha Barks to shew contents. POUR FULL QUART
Lumber, Any Quantity Rough or Dressed.Owning close to afford a hold for the hands. : smile as,Ehe entered the dry goods BOTTLES OF HAYNER PRIVATE STOCK RYE FOR J120, and we V!
The wffl pay the express charges. Take it borne and sample it,have your doctor V
general surveyed the soldier stern ; bracer, I store.No test it-every bottle if you wish. Then U you don't find it Just as we say V :
and operating our own saw mill we are naturally ly for a few moments then twinlnj but I have something just as and perfectly Bsfactory.ship it back to ni AT OUR EXPENSE andyour i
i : ** in a position to make lower prices to the consumer his fingers In the latter's loes( he lit nerve restorer good replied the young man who formerly $3.3)wffl be promptly. tended.- Bow could any offer be fairer Yoc '- ,
J"' than the broker, who must buy through outside milL worked In don't risk a cent j
an erally wiped op the street with him. V and strengthenerAll V a drug store-Yon- V
1t4 ;We also supply paints, varnishes andall kinds of build tee victim not faring to resist., Final- kers Statesman. Orders for acaLCo' L. Idaho.Mont.Nev..N.Mex..Ore..Utah.Wash.. J.ftNAn,
ers' at lowest men need it. or Wyo.must be on the basis of 4 Quart*for 4.OO by Ezpre$ Prepaid -, n .
,supplies prices.Let us iurnish you an estimate fr,'havi=s impressed the lesson thorighly or 2 a.iart LoLb1LiO,ty.Freight Prepaid. j _=____'" _
on your needs. he re-entered his'carriage Tones up the system, and of
: and Evolution a Joke. Writ our nearest office and do it NOW. ,
drove on, ordering the: soldier to follow imparts ginger and life., "What becomes of a joke when it '
?kSaunders: Mill Company At the first barber's shop they V gets too old for the almanac?' V THE HAYNER DISTILLING COMPANY! i; ; ;
came to he again alighted and had every ALLGOOD.DEALERSSELLIT"B&B" "The theatrical programme gets It." {
Atlanta, Ga., 0. 5t. Louis, 80 .SL 'alii,.In.t03 .
Phone 717. 21 East'Garden ,Street. vestige of l air shaved from the Atlanta! "And from there it's but step to Dayton'
c't soldier's head thea turned! him low th&- musical comedy, eh?'-PhlIlldei.ia. DllTIIilM U' '' _..TjOI,0. ESTIBLISHTOIS68.s V

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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 13 1906 .r. PAGE THREE

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RIVER JUNCTION VISITED ,- I t -. Lw_ I

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BY,'. SEVERE- HAIL. STORM ; VERY SPECIAL





Ground Covered Wtli the Icy Sub. flJE[ CHAMBER[ f
OFCOMMERCE

stance for Depth Inches.of Several EASTER BARGAINS


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ALDERMAN D'ALEMBERTE: AND FRIDAY AND SATURDA

FOR EASTERIS ...
OUR EGOSIBIT OTHER PENSACOLA CITIZENS :

AT ITS BEST. WITNESSED TH'STORM. MEETING[[ '( ,


will The! be long the lucky jumpers'ones amon'g for they you WHICH IS SAID TO BE 'THE' :; Just$ "received, a choice line of newest styles in Shirt. Waists, Skirts and Suits,


can get here that's first.Eerythjg new for Men ; MOST STRUCK SEVERE THAT, SECTION.THAT EVER Continued from Fire Page) from the,stnallest: to the largest sizes, in every quality .' Come and see the special


and Boys' wear Clothing that I mi Penisacola tied the following, Fla., April report 11th.: 1906. prices we put on them for Friday and Saturday. '

:will be a credit to you and a To the President and Msmbers of

credit Of course to our its house.foolish superstition severs:River hail-Junction storm was yesterday vi&itsi by after a:I sacola The Chamber, Florida.GentiemenYour.of Commerce, 'Psi. ., New White Embroidered Belts, New Gilt ,Belts, New Silk Gloves, New

noon which continued for about committee appointed -
about having to get a new thirty-five minutes without interrup to draft a proposed ordiranca 'Lace Hosiery, all at very special prices f

Hat for Easter to avoid 'tad tion. of the city of Pensacola, relatIng -

hick In some places the 'hall was 12 horses to the and running other animals at large hereby of cattle nspectfully See our Special Bargains in White Waists at 49c, 98c, $1 .25, $I .98,

We know;.you! don't: bejieye) It, inches djep, other places 6 Inches report an amendment to'

but our BaEter'Bonnets:are here deep but'as a 'rule. 3 Inches was, Section 121. of the Code, of Ordii. $2.49 to $1050 These are values that cannot be matched elsewhere.LTi .

for you. Soft Brim and Yacht about the depth. The"'hail' in size' ancgs :of said city, v which is hereto .
$1.00'to $t.00;, Panamas- measured from'- : attached, and which covers their
Shapes the size of a pencil unanimous viewn'the subject in
55,00 to $10.00. point to a small size bird -egg. I hand. '

Alderman A. H. D'Alemberte who'I, Respectfully submitted,

was on a train at River Junction en II r F. W. MAttSH Chairman H. Lannon & Co

Joute home saw the storm and statedit Ji"
The Proposed Ordinance.
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was the hardest h$ had ever wit Amendment to Section 121, Code of,

.l -J nessed. Ordinances, City of Pensacola. i .

"I have seen hail storms, but that AN ORDINANCE. I ; -- .: .,,,. "r : "- .-- '_--:._ _. .-_ .: :. ." __ -'- .__, _.. :-_ :::- .= ." fj''- :jrj<.; r

at River Junction ig the worst thatI To amend Section one hundred -- -- -- ______ ._ _, -- ---L
ever experienced," said: Mr D' .leI l- and twenty-one (121) of Article! five I '
:::::- of IX of the < I Reese and D. Kugleman,. mmittee. I I
berte last night after getting'home. ((5)) Chapter nine ( ) Codejof
soon AVERY RETIRES FROM
The
COTTRELL Ordinances of the City of Pensa foregoing report was adoptee '
"The storm commenced unanimously and secretary was: .
the
for YOU CAN BUY
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. cola, making it an offense any;
about 3:30 o'clock'and" continued 'custodian of horses directed to forward copies of same
Pensacola fja. person owner or I.
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__ __--- _. 7---, without ths. least sign of' a let up for cattle,, sheep, hogs or other animals; 1 to the, immediately.Florida .delegation, in ongress LANDIN RACE FOR THE SENATE
; over half an hour.. The ground was to|allow them to run'at large on cr' < .

WEDDING PRESENTS completely covered with ice for a tain streets of the City of Pensacola FortyoneSNew' Members. THE NEW COUNTRY,
SterllngSilverware. BE IT ORDAINED by the MAYOR ; Jones that
Glass Secretary reported
Cut depth of about 3 inches. ;
The width
Gahlenbck 218 s. PalafoxSt AND COUwJrL! 'OF THE CITY OF'' twenty-five new members have been Recently opened up in eastern Decides That to Go Further in Candidacy
W. A. of the storm 'I' .
as far as I could judge, elected by ths board of directors! Arkansas, Louisiana, (Mississippi
= ------ : was about threquarters of a mile. I PENSACOLA: since the last meeting of tha general Delta) and Southeastern

PHOTOGRAPHERS TURTON &SINCE. ,BELL 1870. am unable' to' give any kind of"a correct twenty That one section((121)) one of Article hundred five Pd((5)<] body fin ;an held, forty-one on March, new 29th.members, and that of Missouri Missouri along Pacific the'lines Railway of andIron the Will Entail Heavy Business Losses-

idea as ,to its length. of, IX of the Code of I
for'Amateurs. Chapter nine. ( ) th.8 Chamber have been elected since< Mountain Route at $7.50 to
Kodak Supplies. Finishing "There was a great drop In the Ordinances' of .the City of Pensacola i March 27th. $15.00 an acre which when Beard Alone in Field.

: t mperatur The mercury dropped be, and the same is hereby amendec: : The following is Ijst of these cleared and slightly improved
WHITE so as to read as follows: I t-a_ readily brings cash rental of
K. a
R. down to 40 or 45 degrees. The sight '
members
new -
jStecflim ,121. For any owner 01 I 1 $4.00 to $6.00 an I
Matchmaker Manufacturing Jeweler, and Graduate presented was picturesque: { but at custodian of horses cattle, sheep, Goulding Fertilizer Works. acre. I The following letter from J. Campbell -

Optician,30 S. Paiifo StreetPensacola.. Fla. the same time not gratifying to the or other animals to. permit said: Dr.:,C. F. Marsh. UNUSUALOpportunities Avery Jr., withdrawing from
citizens of River Junction. The animals to be at. large anywherewitMn I ,U. E. Abercrombia. : I the race for the state senate has just
the City limits. In addition! H. O. Anson.J. exist for the teen received:
Tersely; ToldFred atmospheric conditions underwent a to the penalties prescribed by law,! A. Wilson &; Co. Homeseeker and the Capitalist r Editor :Journal, City. I
severs change. _The steam which it shall ba the duty of the City Mar Export Lumber Company.J. Dear Sir-I desire through your!
emanated from the sleet came in )ishal, members of the police force or R. Saunders. columns to say to my friends, citizens -f
contact with tha ar and a sort of persons designated by the Mayor to Louis Friedman & ompany.. THERE IS "NO BETTER of the County of Escambia, whO|I
of Warrington was in animal runningat Pensacola Buggy Works. in their support thus far I!
Moore, cold wave appeared. Again the air take up any such so Land the world than the have given me
the city yesterday oa business. large and impound the same. in J. P. O'Connor' & .CQmpany. rich alluvial Delta and River in the pending senatorial campaign!'
D'Alemberte returned and steam coming together caused a the city pound. If th owner' thereof: .Robinson Livery & "?1 UI1Il'eitakingjl I bottom lands of Southern Missouri in the Second District, that I have
Alderman A. H. business trip in dense 'smoke. to ,form which made shall not within twenty-four hours Company :J:. Eastern Arkansas Louisiana I decided that to go further in my can-,
last nfsht from a the vision obscure. after such impounding apply for its Saundars Mill Company.;. and Texas. tiidacy: will entail such business,

tie state.If 'The storm was the most severe release anitf pay the costs and expense Pensacola Grocery Company. MONEY IN LAND BEATS losses as to make it unjust to myself,,
landlord exacts too much the impounding feed ant t Charles W. Merritt to continue. risqia
your ever in Khisr Junction, especially a of MONEY IN so ,
BANK
and confers too little set a want ad. hail 6torm. I talked with old citizens -I \bare, tjhe Uity Marshal shall give A. C. Blount Jr. I, therefore, withdraw from the!' ; "' "-'t I
t"house-hunting" for you. there one .of them being 70 notice by posting written or printed E. W. Fowler. Especially' land that is rapidly contest with thanks to my friends I

W. A. 'flscher, who years of age, and he told me that he I notice in at least thre3 public places Scarritt Moreno. increasing in value. who have so zealously and' disInterestedly .
The' friends of a'week. are glad "to ihaiol, I p>3ttff .witnessed anything likeit. that he will on a day and ,hour Southern' Cotton' Oil Company.R. Write for Maps Descriptive. supported me up to the pres.I II
has. been sick able"to"berout for agaift ., ..,' r : designated. not ,less than: :, :five days Pope Reese., I ? ; tf'fe. \ Literature, Etc., Etc. I ent writing.
know that be '. "''When the ''train pulled v out ;of from the posting of such*notice) sel :: .A..'Friedman.St,; 1 \. ." Homeseekers. Tickets1 Sold Very truly yours,
Mrs.. Joseph Brahier, of Alcoa Ala.is ., River (Junction no reports of damageto at the pound the animal so impounded Dave Dannheiss 9; 1 and 3 Tuesday Every Month. J. CAMPBELL' AVERY.As .
in Pensacola visiting her children, live stock had ben reported. a description .of. which shall be W S. Garfield. I. E. REHLANDER: a representative from this
John Brahier: Mrs. Williams Steel Another Report. given in such notice. If th-3 owner Thomas Pebley.'Grandfather's. Trav. Pass. Agt. county in th' last legislature Mr.

aid Mrs, Arthur Wright. Members. of the train crew which shall not before said designated time 34 W. 9th St. Chattanooga,Tenn Avery distinguished himself by the
arrived last night in discussing the pay all costs and expensed aforesaid; .' introduction of several measures
H.: L. Massie, representing the Gen I of posting Cure for commendation of _,. .. -
storm agreed with M?; D'Alembertel together with the costs. .. which received the -- :
try Show i is in the city making prepa in every parti ular. In in'i and release the said animals, the Constipation/ the press of tha entire state, the
rations for that show's appearancehere stances they went further than th.3: Marshal snail sell the said antffial or ,Lewi & Company.; most notable of which was the "Jim J. CAMPBELL AVERY, JR.
on Tuesday April 24. Pensacola alderman, especially when animals at public outcry to the Charles M. Coston. Crow" law, and his many friends ,,<

Envoy S. B.' Williams of The Sal., the depth of the hail is considered.The .I highest bidder for :cash and the medicine,-the Sawbuck.! J,. E. Dubuisson & Bro. throughcut the county will regret PASSED AMENDMENTTO
\ation Army, who for the past six tra'nm.n stated that at. places proceeds shall be paid by the Mar. hours a day sawing wood Click & Gray. I that he has decided to withdraw INSURANCE LAW
weeks has been assisting Captain the hail wag 12 inches deep other sfcal to the Treasurer who shall at I GREAT keep anyone's Bowels John S. Ball's Sons. from the race for sanator. '!Albany, April 12.-The Assembly
Norria. of the local post, has receded points 6 inches and on an average ter deduction. therefrom of the .aforesaid Wills & Broughton.Geo. The withdrawal of Mr. Avery to-night passed unanimously, after
orders to proceed to Mobile on about 3 inches., Tie. running boare costs and expenses, pay the balance -I T. Morgan.J. leaves John S. Beard the only .present -defeating several proposed amend-
to assist. Ensign Paul wha, of the engine had 6 inches of ths if any, to the owner upon his. No need of pills Cathartics Castor Oil, B. Roberts & Company.F. aspirant for the honor of repre--ments, the special committees bill
Saturday from certified by tha Marshal M. Williams. senting Escambia county in the stats amending the insurance-
is ia charge of the post at that place. icy substance on it. The run application nor"Physic, if you'll only work the Sawbuck generally
River Junction to Marianna takes and approved by the. Mayor.:' regularly. Smith &f Porter. senate. ;i law.RISING .
The American National Bank has about one hour and when the engineer Any money paid by the own.?r or. Pensacola Advertising Company.East --- I
just? placed In position on the bank : examined his engine at the custodian for redemption: of the animal I. Exercise Hill Grocery Co.
Nature's Cure for
building some very attractive brass last named'! place sleet was still oa shall be likewise pa.id'to the Constipation itosasco bros.
signs. There 'are four of them- the running board, notwithstandingthat Treasurer. and,-a Ten-Mile walk will do, if you Joe Nicalau.. And many other painful and serious

two at each entrance-and they will the hail was next to the boiler.It After discussion the report as haven't got a wood-pile. O. M. Gordon.J. 'ailments from which most mothers
terve to attract attention to the bank is feared that the, hail storm will submitted as abovs, was adopted.. But if you will take your Exercise in an Walter Kehoe.A. I i
motion duly seconded, a M. McMillan.: suffer can be avoided by the use ofBREAST
fruit
I from every one who pases in that I IYlelnity. cause serious damage to the Upon Easy Chair,there's only one way to do that, ,
and truck farming in the vicinity o!! committee, of five to present the 01 J. C. Van Pelt.Members othlfS Fr''!aI." This great remedyis
Council because-there's only one kind of Artificial !
River Junction. dinanc3 proposed, to the City Enthusiastic.This .
On a flat car on Lane street are two was ordered.. Exercise for the Bowels and its name is splendid list of new members a God-send to women, carrying

cannons, weighing nine tons each, The Sponge Industry.The I ,"CASCARETS." created a good deal of enthusiasm them through their most critical
wa'ting: to be shipped to Brewton I those present yesterday and
Cascarets are the only means to exercisethe among
commitee at
WHY special appointed and
ordeal with
Ala. The cannons were dismounted it was the consensus of opinion that safety no pain.
of the Chamber to Bowel Muscles without work.
at Fort P1ck ms, where they had !been the last meeting the body is in fine shapo' for effective No who uses "Mother's Frien need fear the sufferingand
investigate and report upon, the matter -; woman
work.
counted for several The old
years of two bills recently introducedin I incident to birth for it robs the ordeal of its horror
war relics were presented to the I They don'tPurg:, Gripe, nor "upset danger ;
Brewton citizens by the government .PENSACOLA PEOPLE. ''SHOULD I' the Taliaferro UnIt ii.' States affecting Senate, by sponge Senator your, Stomach," because' they don't act like I SUMM4RY and insures safety to life of mother and'child, and leaves her in
a;d the cannons will foe placed in the = "
TAKE VINOL.A in Florida waters, "Physics. The child ia
fisheries submitted ; -' a condition more o speedy recovery.
court house yard there., t ,, as its report the following. rest i They don't flush out your Bowels and and
"Friday and Saturday should be lutions. Intestines with a costly waste of Digestive : THE WEATHER also healthy, strong

two busy *3aye| wjith all merchants member of the firm of W. H.I I'alereas, Senate Bill No. 4806 en-.. Juice, as Salts, Castor Oil, Calomel. Jalap, I good natured. Our book leN TERS,!
Everybody has something to buy White_& Co., our well known druggists titled: "An Act to prohibit the U; Waters do. t I "Motherhood is worth -
tor Easter and there are only two -"We d not believe ,c-f diving apparatus in the taking ol or Aperient always The temperature yesterday! was 73 : ,
days left This Is precisely th! time there eays is; a man, women Or child in' sponges" is inimical to the interest! No-Cascarets strengthen and stimulatethe o'egrees at 2 p. m. and the minimum its weight in gold to every

lu. which to advertise what you have Pensacola whom our famous cod of a large number of citizens of the Bowel Muscles, that line the Food 63 degrees at 6 a. m. woman and will be sent free in plain
fOr sale and the price you are asking liver oil preparatIon! 'Vinol, will not State of Florida: engaged in the tak--'passages and that tighten up when food Observer Red! in his summary of ,
weather conditions said application to F R EN D
yesterday : addressing
for by
it. cf envelope
Every and child of by means diVing
man woman benefit at this s-asoa of the year. ing pong3s touches them, thus driving the food to its "The central Wetines
*ho will make purchases all read the "We believe there is no ned for apparatus and that large sums of! depression Bradfield Regulator Co. AtlantaGa.
day: morning over the Plateau Region
Jpurnal and jour. 'ad will not: be people to 'drag'around rundown money have .already been investedby finish.A
to
Dverlook 4. many. tired out and debilitated, or such citizens in diving apparatus. Cascaret acts on your Bowel Musclesas has crossed': the Rocky Mountainsand
the Missouri and
for old peopla to remain weak and boats and other! paraphernalia for the if you had just sawed a cord of wood, or fs enring stolen' -.
Only half the Blue the taking of E'POnges.I Mississippi valleys causing
quantity of
Ribbon Vanilla infirm when we guarantee Vinol" will And, Whereas, the diving walked' ten miles.That's and thunderstorms from western ..................... ..............................
required. Absolutely I acpara
health and strength. ; .
restore why Cascarets are safe to.take The weather
northward.
Kansas
.
it not used in waters where the
pure. Goes twice far other tus '
as as he "For centuries cod ;
Coatin :
is in eonn'nuously.in bealthVf out of health. :ovfr the eastern half of the country
kinds. liver oil has. been recognized as the young sponge any way injuredby I and l-
grandest of all body-building agents the use of such diving apparatus; Because they move tHe Food Naturally ':has remaineo! fair under the influenceof !! : : Matting
a ridge of high pressure which extends -
it Resolved by the Chamber of .
Be
without waste of tomorrow's
Counterfeiting the Genuine. for wasted human strength, and vitality 'I digesting from the middle Atlantic coast
but on account of the heavy; Commrce. of the City of Pensacola Gastric .Juice. through the I
>Poley & Co.. Chicago, orlfeinatfd northwestward upper
oil that our Representatives in the Con Window Shade Time
nauseating and system-clogging *
Honey and Tar as a throat and lung I of the United States be, and "Lak, Region; another "High" of .
remedy, and on account of the great which enveloped its. curative proper gres The thin. flaf,-Ten-Cent.Box is made 'considerabls strength is overspread
the same are hereby raquested to
take 'it with benefit -
merit and popularity Foley's .Honey tiea. few could. any 1 use all honorable means to .dEfe'lttbe ,to fit your Vesrpocket, or "My Lady's"Purse. -'ing Jhe country west of clear the weather Rocky, : If you haven't already put down new Mattings anj hung *W
attended
and for Tar the many Imitations -are offered In Vinol you get I In .a ,concentrated -, passage of Senate Bill No. 4806. Druggists-10 Cents a Box. 'with Mountains morning temperatures by slightly new Shades, then you'll find no better time than NOW +

UWtUtloM genuine. Thes.c: worthless form every one, of the curative by the Hous.3 of Representatives oi Carry it constantly with you and take a below freezing in parts of. Utah, Nivada -. .: to let us place them for you. .
hays similar sounding and strength-creating elements of the Congress of the United States Cascaret whenever you suspect you need Idaho Washington, Wyoming
Barnes ,
Beware of them. The'genu- actually taken from unless such bill be so amendei1 as tc :
ine Foley's Honey and Tar is in cox? liver oil sufficient! those one.. end :Montana. Temperatures are 20 Z5 30 and 35 cents Laid Free. I I.i
,a yellow fresh cods' livers, and without dropof afford protection to the.: high over the central section of the:I Mattings, ,
package. Ask for it and refuse oil to 'upset': the stomach and retard ., using[ ; the diving apparatus in the Be very careful to get genuine being 6% degrees: in Kansas
any Substitute It is the best remedy its work. taking of sponges and who have ii> .made only by the Sterling Remedy Company country I Shades Made Any Size Hung Free.
for .City at 7 a. m. .i Window ,
'
berte coughs, and colds. .W, A. D'Alera- Vinol is not a patent medici&a% and. vested large sums of money. in oct and never sold !!! bulk.! : Every tab-,; Conditions are favorable for partly iI.
drU'ggist'and apothecary. whit'y are taking as fits for such business fresh I. .
you know u: let stamped "CCC. 'clondy weather with light to L -
everything it contains Is. named. on Be it Further Rssolred by the :South winds, over this vicinity tonight -,1 Ii most beautiful assortment of elegant patterns of Mat :
GET PANAMA, $5.00, $7.50 AND the back label of every bottle. Chamber of Commerce, of the City Of! and Friday. .i tings to, select from. Window Shades various colors .

"1O.AT STANDARD CLOTHING Vinol is guaranteed by over two Pent3cola. that our Representatives\ FREE TO OUR READERS '! I any size made to order quickly. Prices range from 50 .
COMPANY thousand of the' 1e ding druggists .olth. In the Congress of the United StatS, I JUST BECAUSEyour : cents up to f 2.50. Wilds Linoleum for kitchen store and :
to create strengthfor be, and the same are hereby requested It:has been arranged to mall free a '
t
United States beautiful little French-designed GOLDPLA.TED cough is only in the throat and office floors.
old people forthe' run-down. to amend Senata Bill No; 4805 trinket box, bard-enameled la now, don't thini: i i
Bilious does not trouble you _
?
Peel ,
heavy after dinner! entitled "An Act prohibiting alien' handsome ornament
weak sickly colors, a '
debilitated pretty atten When It .
iwipie bred, and no on. ;
needs
made, and that it
e coated? Bitter liberal offer ever we
taste? Com- taking I: most
P'*lon! women. anj children, and after a severe -., from or gathering sponges want every reader to have one Ten has not had much of a start Is the
"
sallow? Lver needs j; of & I
wakingta wateis the United States. EC
'p. sickness. the : cents in stamps is asked as a measureof time to check it. The slightest coug:: ..1.MARSTON QU1NA
DO&fl' Regnlets bilious in cover cost of Cas ,
.to
cure at- ask person in Pensa as not prohbit! aliens acting good faith and to Bronchi
We evary
v Pneumonia,
8. 25 ,cents at any drug store. cola who have hacking coughs. the capacity of employees or agents: carets loaded.with which this dainty box Is easily leads Consumption.to A bottle ol, :
and bronchial of citizens .of the United States from Send be sure to mention this Us and ; 148 Pensacola Fla ;
GET chronic colds throat today address Ballard's Horehound, Syrup will 'cure i 108/110S, Palafox Phone 4>
A PANAMA, $5.00, $7.50 AND Vinol on.our. guaian- taking or gathering sponges in. tit paper and write you? plainly.
roubles to try it within .
Remedy Company. The price puts
$10.00 AT STANDARD CLOTHING' tee.: lt cots nothing'If' it tails." W. waters of the United States. Chicago Address or Sterling New York. 732 reach that cough.of alL Sold! by all druggists. II:...............,.......................... ..J::

COMPANy H. White & Co.. Druggists.. (Signed) John S. Beard, K E


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flj : PAC FOUR' THE PENSACOlA: JOURNAL_ FRiDAY. MORNING, APRIL. 13. I90fi .
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\..,1hfi i: : y-='- .. Itro ; fm ,i t ktt r
back.and forth for g
The
where be paced Gadsderi Street OPERA HOUSE Political
.
AnnoDncenienigRATES.
some minutes, forcing himself to think That will fetibibi." '

:tilV liDJe, Ithjato Jontnal cheerful and brave thoughts and -striving It was tfalf Jjifet.G when Kendall and '5---:.-. .. I .

into accord Stetson rijetr 8 's. Kendall was WEEK r
: to bring his countenance t Julla ONE MERRY I .The rates for political
LEAGUEis ,
EPWOHTH .
with them. When this process, wearywith' the day' ungrateful toil -I STARGMONDAY announ
._ ._ i ments, not exceeding 8 lines, to
t.fi vIvffL JUUUflt $ J .J'-LS flJU ---- .
'': Jt. .fl.r L L rm
+!''' : : all 'that could be and htg Stetson was
: '' j; ''"' i! had accomplished : gloomi'tho1,1 ; APRIL 16Rentfrow's till the primary of May 15, are as fa.

ir. $ DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. hoped ,of it in the light of his experience alert and keen,'with, the eyes of a hunter i lows:

therewith te went out into the Fortune was .knd'the right crowd going to have an Big Comedy Company The Daily Joarnal.... .. ..*10fll))

i4 M PUBLISHED' EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY hall and saw a big, sturdy man as. was 'there,.hieitmojhere' of the scene The Weekly Journal. . .. .. .. -.O-

cending the stairs, which creaked loud was: perfect, ;and 'Kendall with languid The Jolly Pathfinders These rates are strictly cash in advance

...Di... beneath him. himself welcomed Easter Socialat and no announcement
ly I surprise saw 30-PEOPLE.;-.30 wij; be
I : I "Good morning, doctor," said KendalL f as if from a long illness or the very Inserted or run under any other CQfl.
THE JOURNAL COMPANY. ORCHESTRACAR
iil "May I ask if you are going to I Jaws of'the gr1 ve,; And in the eipost GRAND LOAD BAND OK'' SPECIAL AND SCENERYBIG ditions.

; Miss Cameron?" tion of the scheme Stetson surpassedall
I see
the home of Mrs. W. L. VAUDEVILLE FEATURES.
.
in the his ctations.
1 '"Yes. I was on another call own exp For the State Senate.
FRANK L MAYES President and General Manager Wednesday
;; house and met her .mother, who sug- f'Jack,"saidKendaU; at last "I thankS Hahn 807 E Strong St., Bargain Matinee
Beard
t vc, Jt P .m WWfl U W.W W W gested that I should go up"'will from mys9U;' If this hour Is the John S. a candidate for -fee

1i.A .. MEMBERTHE ASSOCIATED PRESS. you-look,in upon me after,you turning point otmy life, as I truly believe "Camille"Monday nomination to the State Senate in ";._

have seen her?' said Kendall, turning the credifjis, largely yours YM TONIGHT Democratic, primary called to be !hi"''
Z' jjju1nr-u-Ln-t'J-u-u u1njun.rui' nighttWton.Noble's\ Great May '15th, together with other
\j his have awakened: : manhood. spca
p. bward room. toy .
will address
the
ers VcamMa
f! Jl SUBSCRIPTION RATES. It may have been half an hour later ?Thank the Lard! responded Stetson Play, "From Sire to Son." the people of ::
county -1

fit;.: One Year..5! 00 One Month... ..!. ......... 45 when the doctor knocked and was ad. fervently. There's lots of fun in store for (Special; Ladies tickets Monday and sues of the day upon at the political tOlo'ltq! ,;

-: Six. JdDnths.. .............. 250 One Week................. it) mitted. Kendall eyed ,him with ob- "You have made an error, however, Tuesdiy.Prices.0. times and places:

:' ;$.;-'f; 1If" Three Months..... ,....... 1 25 Weekly] Edition, ,per ,year..Jl OC vioas aching anxiety."Convalescence Kendall continued, "a natural error, you. Be sure and come. Seats soling 20. and at 30 cents.Cog'S Bock Roberts, Monday night April IK;.
now
1- /l rwJuw is a long business which I will point out to you. We have, Century, Tuesday night, April 1 17
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sometimes" said the doctor. "Miss seen so little of each other in the past Store. Pensacola (Escambia Hotel), Tliur
f\ The Only Pensacola Newspaper. From Which a Detailed that han lost track of''me Admission 25c. >
,' Cameron bad a serious illness and _year you : day night, April 19. 5

Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. there is a sense' in which she has recovered completely and now know nothing of Molino, Friday night, April 20

.J!(.,'f"J, \ :ti'I w w4W4 -- from it,, but a complete restoration -,my progress I have advanced a great Refreshments Free. ? STHE'Jr Bluff Springs, Saturday, day tr8!!
I i Stance but have thought of April 21.Jlu5Cogee.
"\'f I- to health may ,be a very tedious you me BUT/TON 4

1i' Offices, 108 and 110 East Papers on $aleon. Trains I. process." us standing: still Just when; you left Monday night, Apri; ;.j

I ?" me We all make such mistakes. W, QIcKlnnonsville, Tuesday, day t fit
& : '1 Government. Phone 38. and at all News Stands. I "Do you see any improvement April 24.Brent's. '
hold the pictures of our friends as we Advertisements
r.-J.4 The doctor shook his head, and to the Legal
.if JJ'( .w-r -- flflr "A loss ?" he .last saw them and forget that they Thursday night, April 2n.
next question, perhaps
'\ ,:J11 I answered with a guarded assent. must change." PROPOSALS will 'be cMved at the Myrtle Grove, Friday nl h'\ Ajli:?!

PENSACOLA, FLORIDA FRIDAY .MORNING..: A1"lUL.13. 1905.m "I dread the winter said KendalL "Do you mean that you've really got Bureau of Supplies and Accounts, 27.

.' on with your work?" Navy Department, Washington, D !Ferry Pass, Saturday, day lime MI5th. '- :
"If she could have a change of scene, ."
wv .
Kendall shook his head. C., until 10 o'clock, a. m., May 8,
"crowd out" the old-let "want ad.
The County if she could live an outdoor Jlfe in Ulillriew, Thursday night. I
immediately May 3.
1906 and publicly opened
the : "Very badly, said be. "My work Li
salesmanship" do rest.
$ healthful surroundings"- most. respects 'has back. It is 1 thereafter, to furnish at thj Naval McDavid, Friday night, :May 4. r rKix's
i Convict Question gone
"1 understand that. there. is a..pecuniary Hospital Pensacola, Fla.. the Precinct, Tuesday night, :!Mar! !
If your.wife is a better want advertiser that have advanced, ,and I really dIdn'tknowlt
LT : Another chapter on the county eon difficulty. daily supply of meats, groceries but I 's 8th. !
S myself until this .Theres
Met 'question especially with refer- than you she is probably run "They have a small, property," rejoined I evening. ter, eggs, Cheese, ice, milk, bread, C Beulah, Thursday night, May 1 in. !
ning the home with less friction than : my debt to you. It is the way :you brushesetc. II' Pensacola (Seville Square
! .ence to .the Flat Top mines, has been : Kendall, "but ItS' not'yielding vegetables bear, provender, ) Fridar i
you have in your office. much income just now. I have looked ., for the fiscal year ending June night May 11. !
r111 'written by Inspector Talt, who recently into the matter at Mrs. Cameron's re- 30, 1907. Applications for proposals Tle bpest- QI'eC-&fat- S '!Pine Barren, Saturday night lay !
'
if4 ( looked into the matter on behalf of If you read the little ads. every day I .quest. A year from now they will be should refer to (Schedule 465. Blank s.IfjjUiar Handiest-PeR.and No only gbw Perfect filler 12. I I

Mobile county, which has aroused ket. proposals will be furnished! upon application -no ink to ipd-to dartingWfJukiBg. -
eIit*, you will pay fewer "didntrknow-a'bout- somewhat easier in po 'Meanwhile 1
to the Naval Hospital Pen-
,
For the Legislature. i
considerable criticism. The Journal they live here greatlyreduced
it" penalties. upon -7-' sacola, Fla., or to, the Bureau H. T. Ton limply fits tie button(u ,
Borne; time ago referred to the condItions MWIMK W.M terms because of relationship. You' S S vr1 B. HARRIS, Paymaster General U. S U tbc Dictate ia )&all4 the pea Sill! I am a candidate for member of\\y

at Flat Top which' were report i If it's a. real want-not a caprice or doubtless know the situation." .. S S..N. I Bilbo" lower house in the state legisUrr* ;

ed as horrible in the extreme. The I I whim-an' 'ad, will bring real results. "Mrs. Cameron explained It to me," 4-7-06-13Apr-oaw-2-w Writesthaloitantt tooche tha papa* from Escamfoia<< county in the DE: t

said the doctor cautiously. "She men- a, cratic primary of May 15 and
ii : Birmingham Age Herald, of yesterday 0 will &:>
If an employee continues to disap- tioned an indebtedness whichCon- \? In Escambia! County. Circuit CourtState Eagle$15p preciate the support of all DemocratCHAS. : :

ME* j had the following to say relativei point-release him; and let a want ad. found it!" be broke out. "If those, peo- $ of Florida. In Chancery. Jams M. COSTONI i

to the county convict question, inspire -i search for the Bright man." ple would stopworrying, the girl wouldbe : Sheridan vs. Mary T. 1C' Ithur. On FIashA S

e by the controversy over"conditions as well as I am in six months." Monday the 7th day of May A. D. hereiby announce myself as a

Kendall and his face 1906, the defendant, Mary T. McAr- No.15 with 14 kuat(olid told candidate for the lower 1 hou.se ot"M- t
; at Flat Top: Congratulations to Max Hamburger, was very pale, pea point-finest vulcanized
thur is required to appear to the bill Florida legislature, subject the
to
action
looked drawn and old. robber tad fully oaranteed.Eagle .
that Inspector Jr. of the {
Mobile Herald.
Regardless of the questions With the filed against her herein. This orderto of the Democratic primary, !
Tait has raised over the Mobile "You are aware that I was engaged "FlMli"No.2SvithgoIdb&d.L5O
Register and the Item both against be published once each week for May 15th. GEO. T. MORGAN.
-t iz.; .' county convict at Flat Top,where him and with one of the strongestmen to'Miss Cameroa," said he. "In such four ((4) consecutive weeks in The Eagb "FUth" No. 28
} convicts are said to receive the most circumstances at the time of Miss Cameron's large size. $3.00 I candidate
Pensacola pub- for
a
Journal a newspaper Ld. am member oi the !
tg: 1 humane treatment, it is plain that new in the county as an opponent he illness her mother, with great reluctance }Jished in said Escambia ounty. A.M. with guM ,$4.00 House of Representatives from E- !

tiM4ft \( legislation is needed in relation to all won out for the state senate after a to assist in SeLf fcy Stt&acnMd .
permitted me ; lS :McMillan, Clerk Circuit Court By Other Sue cambia county, subject to *he Ior.:

t i1M county convicts in generaL Dr.Bragg campaIgu'thatwould.have. done creditto meeting some demands. I was then IDa L. G. Ayaiard D. C. Pensacola, Fla., Ask YOUR DEALER. If he cratic -Primary. I earnestly solicit( t

is the apostle of reform in this mat a political_ Napoleon.The fair way, but now"-his voice suddenly March 29, 1906. 30maroaww doesn't tell you the Eagle the support of the voters of ;the roim- II
ter. He is president of the board ol "FLASH"Fountain Pens then
JERRY J.
and
becameshrill tremulous- end theprice direct to ty. SULLIVAN, JR. !
convict inspectors, and he does not discussionover: the railroad "now I have gone all to pieces. .I.caD GUARDIAN'S NOTICE. II'. Each pea absolutely enat. i .I

: :'hesitate to say that the present county rate bill .Is the, nearest. thing to perpetual scarcely make my, living; And the Notice is hereby'given that I, Louisa anteed. I For Justice Peace, !District No.2.
,
"is blot our
convict system a upon
civilization and a disgrace to the motion we will have in this knowledge of my altered* ,condition_ is Lind, guardian of Bertha May Lind Eagle Pencil Co. | I hereby announce my candidac

'rj ff' Btate." He goes on to say, that county generation. the last straw upon their backs. Miss and Harold Lind. minors, will apply to Manufacturer for the office of Justice of the Pea-1
Cameron has released me from the engagement Hon. Henry Bellinger, county judge of 3;/BroJw y.New York
;1. convicts should be handled by the for the Second District of Eseam
(Dowie believes In miracles but also peremptorily. She will not Escambia county, Florida, at his office,
: board of convict inspectors.: 'Then, I County, subject to the Democratic!
he says, "would be 'stopped the 'terrible evi,( ntly believes that 'Providence bear ot its continuance, believing her on the 28th day of April A. D., 1906, I Primary to be MId May 15th. lyrf.
A LOVE BTOKY"" ABOUT THE FRETTIES1GIRL at ten o'clock m., or as soon there-
evil of sending poor fellows for can be helped along a little by a,court own case to behopeless' and herself a TaA.TJ: VEB LIVED.. after as''I 'can a.be heard, for authorityto R. L. NICKEL/SEN./

4&L5tP short terms, five days or so, and several decision. mere burden. 9 e, even if I had the "
4tt4 ; score of days for costs." money, they would eot take it. They have spoken pf'a -rnans-' life that bas sell minors 31the right title and intersst 'C'O'EE I hereby announce my candid '

$} ? In this connection Dr. Bragg says: would not let me save her life:" opened my. eyes., Why, Jack you've of said tin and to the follow- for the office of Justice of the Pe-; ,

wlf I had the power I would break "Unless you had the strength to car- been talking of boys' games the healthful ing described real estate, situate, lying for the Second District of Escrow I '
I and being in the county of Escam-
convict contract in the amusements and exercises of County, subject to the Democw.:
every county youth,
I II
; ,ry the matter with. "a" high a d/'re: iia, state of Florida, to-wit: The westthirtyfive I'
state tomorrow and, rearrange the :THE which fit us for the serious business of Primary to be held May 15th, 1906.
the doctor.
sponded "And, speakingof ((35) feet. of th9 north one We are the Pioneer
thecare C.
t-- prisoners under of the state the world. Do'you really fancy that L. SHIXE.
I your strength; I"am not your medIcal hundred and sixty ((160) feet of lot
that they be protected from all Coffee Roasters of
may and living
following an army on horse .
NEARERBATTLE adviser but if will three hundred fifty-four ((354) in
and .
grant me
you
and every kind of evil. It looks, too, meat :and sleeping in six inches of I hereby anounce myself! a ranrf
dirty
the Old of Pensacola '
for a moment the'greater of City together West Florida.McHUGH'S"BlENDS.
privilege
that something is to be hoped for from water in the bottom of abandoned date for the office of Justice of ih'-
A' f4; the next legislatiure. 1 have been advising you as a friend I shall suggest trench constitute an with the tenements hereditaments and Peace for District No. 2. subject to

i: ; hammering on it for years and now for you also a change of scene.. I think a great achievement appurtenances thereunto belonging or the action of the Democratic Primary

DJ4i there is an indication that we will secure you should not uselessly wreck'your that is worthi'w'bile in itself 2 My dear in 'any wise 'appertaining. Louisa May 15th. I
boy, I things. I Lind Guardian. I
i$ : a change from the next assembly own career, of whose promise I have .have.outgrown"tsuch L! J. D. GOSS.For .
that will relieve us from the blight By Howard Fielding heard some very'flattering things." have done them in the' "past and they SOmaroawiw.() !!

t and disgrace of the county convict "I thank yqu," said, :Kendall coldly. benefited me as much- as football per. County Commissioner Dist No. 3. !
__ _
,
Copyright by Charles W. Hooke ; haps a little moreIt remains for me- n
system I hope it may be so. The 'And the doctor took.bis.leave. have no equal. A trial]
i now that you have brought these early I hereby announce my candidacy ill:' !
has lain
state long enough under sucha
Again Kendall paced back and forth andhe ben to look to his i
weapo
m law as puts us in the class of sacrificing with lessons back to my remembrancetotake will convince the con. re-election to the office of county coai- !
against the day's un- and summoned. up his courage, In his right band there was a pen-a
31z4 human lives when it is shown the good of them and profit by the missioner from District No. 5, subjn : 1
even less profit than before. Then he good in its but too slow noisseur that
that they can be more humanely worked FORTIFIED I by a melan patience, strength and resourcefulness weapon way we to the action of the Democratic Primary I'
sat an hour with Edith and returned to for this So he reached
and at far greater profit to the Kendall returned and courage that they taught me. I will emergency. up moke no extravagant of. May 15. '
state and the contractors." his own room, his heart sore with love into the air and seized an idea which : J. M. A. DREW.s.
to the upper regions of begin tomorrow-no, tonight for there '
These words from Dr. whose and heavy with discouragement. had the form and potency of a sharp claims.
-1rktT Bragg
the boarding house and resolutely sat are three good hours before 12.

!p1'- experience in this matter outruns that down to write. There lay before him And at about the same hour,1 there 'But'"but: aren't you going to take- :;sword. It had been within, his reach For County Commissioner, Dist. No/ _5.

of. any other ,man in the state will be were two men talking'of this very mat. Graham's offerf and dimly.perceived for many months, -

carried into every county, and if possible the first pages of a story. It bad stop. ter. One of them was Kendall's age, "I can't
they should 'be laid before every ped like a cheap clock In the small though he looked ..younger. He. spoke east is no doubt 'an Important matter It. Armed therewith he hewed his re-election to the offics of county com

voter before he ''selects men to represent hours of the morning, and be' had vigorously,smoked hard between whiles for those who are engaged In it, but not 'way to the citadel of a powerful ma- missioner to the action from of District the Democratic No. 3, sabjec! Pri: I

him in the legislature.We abandoned' it with a groan and bad and walked the floor with an air of for me. Certainly I can't afford to look 'gician'who sat by a barrel of bright of May 15. I

gone to bed. But the. thing must be zest in the exercise.- The other was on at it. I can't afford to be a lookeron gold, with which be worked his won mary J. R. STEWARD;

have received the catalogue of tinkered and put together and wound much older. His face was deeply lined right here and now, for there is war ders. This sword for a share of that and all kinds of' Feed ,--

the University of North Carolina for and thoughtful. He sat by.abrcad fiat all around us, and I stand armed in the gold!' cried the invader, but the magj-

the session 1905-6( It shows an at- tip aDd 1C ld. He scanned It in the topped desk littered with manuscriptsand thick of It I have dropped my pen clan uttered a cold 'Ha ha!' Stuffs.Pluto Fop Tax Collector._ ___

; t tendance of".680( students. The faculty cold light of day and was amazed to letters and an-odd assortment of and takenup the sword while you andI "Thrice and four times the man returned I hereoy announce myself a caafl-

'numbers 71. The University now find some good in It, ,a clever bit of reference books, big and little. have sat her&at this table." to the attack, and each time the date for re-election to the office of ;

characterization wasted, a touch of tta "You have chosen the. flower of the "What do you"mean?" Tax: Collector for Escambia! coast. :
comprises the following departments: : Bword, was sharpened upon hard facts : WaterWholesale at the primary to be held on May ,
picturesque oddly out Of place, a glint flock, said the-jounger man. "Kendallis "I mean that.the first duty of every
Collegiate: graduate,' applied sciences, and polished with much thought And 1906. ,I solicit your vote.Respectfully .
Including engineering, law, medicine of truth In a muddy mess.of Insincerity. not only a natural born correspondent -, man is to the w man he loves; that- all at last he forced it Into the hand of i ,

There was'even a pleasant..jlngle with the gift-of-getting the truth the labors of his youth are merely prep S. ROBERTS.
.the great magician cud was himself J.
V42M and Pharmacy. The additions to its and the much of it and Retail.
in the language,'marred by dissonances, rarer'gift writing aration; that be endures hardships and ,next moment head and shoulders in thr I
equipment in the past five years but he is the man physically for battles and them If the
unnatural and malicious, as if the very sees fights barrel of red gold. At the solicitation of friends, 1 !JP
41Vt ; amount to $300,000. The Universityhas very this Heat and .cold rain and fn.
job. chance comes for no other worthy purpose by myself a candidate ;
devil bad jogged the author's.elbow. "To' be plain, Edith I have done a announce
'steadily in drought good food bad food and nc than to learn how to for her. 0
M grown strength and, Kendall read ,, fight pretty stroke of business. I have some New Orleans Grocery Co the office of Tax Collector subject
influence and stands today for all that and was affected with food at all; swamps microbes and bullets And I haven't'done it. I have been down and the action of the Democratic Primal.-
money some work to do and
is best and highest in education andtraining pity of'I 1mselfand'with a certain sym -I tell you Kendall eats them all looking on and jotting down notes that A good, safe contract for a sufficient .. May 15. 1906.

for useful pathy a Borrowing tenderness for the and grows fat The only thing' that I call stories. I'm through with it. To Jas. McHugh NEILS McKENZIE OERT1NO- I
manhood. The salary. Dearest look out into the west. S .
poor stuff that he bad labored to pro- hurts him is a quiet life I saw him in be plain with you, Jack, there is" one --
-&k summer school for law' June The: tin| in that,sky shines up around For County Treasurer.I .
opens
duce, the misbegotten child of fair ,Cuba and in the Philippines, and be high and holy task before me now,and the curve of the world from a little Phone 105. Proprietor I

13th. fl'he next session opens September abilities. was always in condition, always bright the Lord, through you, has given me house bowered I' will be a candidate in the denxr
in It
4i; 10th, 1906. : and cheerful and enthusiastic. Besides the grace to see'it Good night Give roses. shines into I'I'your cratic primary of May 15 for re-nomi"
A weak
uneven tapping at the doora cheeks. Come; there will be more
-; ", be has a smatterlng'of-Japanese-bad my respectful thanks to Mr. Graham. nation to the office of count: trc-aur I
knock that, was characteristic as color where tbe roses are. Let us go to i will
You will again when I have cut The of all democrats
Want Ads a Jap classmate college whom he see me find them." er. support !
handwriting and revealed a fixed habitof out of'the heart of this bat 1 be appreciated. i
tell my way
was very fond of.' I you, Graham, "I dare The 1S08 Model
Make Pin Money.If indecision-summoned Kendall to with these arrangements,of yours and tie." bling. not" she murmured, trem J., ED. WILLIAMS. !

you'you have a little "idle money"or perform the sad'rites of homeless hospitality Kendall as your man 'you jz get the On the third day following this inter 4'A gentleman connected ,with R.emIngtonSlioles TT == ,
an express -
money which 'is only "half-busy" The aspect of his visitor was = only good stuff. that will have 'come view at the time of sunset Kendall said he I hereby announce myself a candidate I
,
company calmly "will
,
5- iki -read the want ads. so clear in his imagination that lie from the east since the war began.: knocked at the. Camerons' door and call for year Baggage and your moth- for the office of County. Tna* [

scarce saw' her better after the door "There are two points," said Grahaia was, admitted.- lIe was haggard' aim er's tomorrow about this hour." urer, subject to the action of fit DKU- .I
,
414-[ If you keep "in touch with real was open than befQre. She was a fad slowly. "We cannot afford to pa) pale, but his eyes revealed an inexhaustible with its new billing attachmentsand ocratic Primary. >V 'I
of spirit. He crossed THOS. F. WRKjHK _
j4j estate opportunities, today's ads. are edwoman of forty-five in whose face much; the expenses are so heavy. 'He'llcome the energy instantly interchangeable car- .
room quickly to where Edith sat
back no richer except in reputation. riages, tabulator and
two color
to there lurked -
Important you. an astonishing prettiness the window and kissed her TO CURE DANDRUFF. Tax Asser.
Second, I wish that'he'bad-kept by western ribbon movement;JB the most complete For County .
4iJ : Illusive and inappropriate to her years hand with,a fine deference. .'f-j .
? If you are an average sortof "person the ghost-of girlhood! himself more In the public eye of late. "What has ?" she 'askelooking d. 'jt Is Necessary That the Dandruff combined I will be a candidate f"r rc-noml'"
happened <
He has sunk completely, out of sight""There's of County Tax A!' *
have "something to sell tion to the office
,
you or
He gave her welcome from at him. "Something. Germ Be Eradicated. Billing andCorrespondence M
1 "sacrifice" an honest a reason for that, as I have up sor, in the Democratic Primary of : *
to trade, or to noVand
of all of these last
come
heart, but with a feigned good cheer told you," said the other, biting his the mystery 15. I respectfully ask your suppnrt
v ; ; "Destroy the causa, you remove
then. Want advtg. is "the few ? .
way. days. Is it a story RICHARD:"
Would.sbe come In?, No; she was upon cigar viciously., "But you can boom Jhe effect"! Kill the germ that W. W. ,
"Yes said he "a love about
story -
It the word "if" rises up and smites some errand and had merely stoppedat him up. The public remembers him." the prettiest girl; that ever UyegssS: causes dandruff, falling hair 'and machine tnanuf tured. Designedas -------

his door.. Nevertheless as he con. "Well," Graham resumed after a fcalataess, you will have. no more it was for fast service, built for Board Public Instruction. _
and then strike back with the
now that died anddidn't
you stupidest man ever '
t tinned to stand waiting she entered pause, "I authorize you to lay this dandruff and your hair must grow hard use, recommended by experts memo-'
4k: !$. a want ad. and'sat down."EdIthhas proposition before him. You are his know it till one day he wakedup luxuriantly. Herpicide not only con- and guaranteed against wear.it is I will be a candidate for lastrue-
and saw that be was dead and came in the Board of Public _
tains the dandruff germ destroyer, offered as the ideal ship
had breakfast, said she. closest friend, Stetson. You are the f
It you need money to "set in mo- 1 : to life again. The occasion of this miracle but it is also a mosot delightful hair tion from District No. 1, in the j" I
brought-up a cup of coffee and an only man who without offense can
business plan-lOOk wag a conversation with an ex. for regular toilet use. No mary election. I ImL
tion" some! tor itthrouh She dressing Typewriterfor
orange. seems to feel better this show him the folly 'of his present E.ADE1LSON.'
want ad: *' cellent friend who for the deadthuman's other hair prepartloa la on thisscientific i iI
a morning. want "
course. Get him for me.I him.
1 expeditloDto.., basis of destroying the
an :
:; good suggested
"There's 'nothing like a good "Without offense?" echoed Stetson."I producing the most good work in for memr'l"' I
square the wilds of Manchuria, where, I am dandruff 'germ, and none other claimsto tie shortest will be a candidate
; ; If a lodger Is to leave your house in time with the least effort.
is Instr-
meal such
mention said he don't know. But Til do of Public
you my duty told, there is a war in progress. ,Instantly be, for the simple reason that it ship in the Board
Iiit: a few days, an Immediate,want'ad. miilnr tdly, "to put a heart in one. It isn't right that Ned Kendall should i the. awakened individual 'pert was only recently that a. destroyer of Write Local today Agent for full wanted tfescriptioo.for tion from District No. 2, in the P-' :

wll| bring' another on the some day: fa7IgG1nbyp.ndbyT' wreck his career for the sake of any. ceived that there- was fighting nearer, lie ,germ bafa) bffm discovered- (Ntewbro's unoccupied territory. mary election. !
"Yes.right; away" she slid the best Herpicide, the only hair H. G. pILv.I !
rising. woman, though she were in home in which be bad an intimate con:- prepaj'atjon THE ARITHMOCRAPH
If your boarding house. breeds a, while her eyes wandered to the writing the world." that actually kills dandruff CO.
the battle ttoB! '
In the of he Mae
cern. midst, saw dg.y Chicago merr-
for
race,of cynics, escape. by means of a table, ,"if it won't interrupt your "Telegraph him to dine with you" the prettiest girt aforesaid desperately For sale by W. A. IXAlamterte, will be a candidate : 1

bAqe2. ."Board' Wanted" ad. work.. Edith wants to see you." suggested Grabam.' "Take.him to Ju. threatened and surrounded, by foes'- dtufgist and apothecary 121 South ship in the Board of Public lustrum:

I He escorted ,her to the head cf .the lian's, where the 'old crowd-goes. Gives Now, which'battle was his, think you!. iPalafox'totsample street to or The send Herpicide ICc in stamps Co., 204 West BayStreet, from District No.3, in the prrnlelection.

: i) If the'new: articles_ of furniture s'tairsl. ,and,then returned to hI8 him Mme.raw meat and some'good I _fIlL i 1.11i w., iDetrcitj. ,ii1ch.j JACKSONVILLE L:FLA. S ,TIT P! M. AGERTON,

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PEOPLE ,Demonstration. MU U ST T Q UAlIfY U Y YBY r A ;aae2e 222aa2aaaaaaaa aaaaaaaa2aa22a2aI



ANDEVEVTS '--.;,. s I THE BIG STORE II

Y MONDAY !n ,

lady ,y s .
Two demonstrators of si i
the H. J. Heinz Company will sj i

be at our ,store FRIDAY, the fJ

By E. NELLIE BECK 13th 14th,, to and serve SATURDAY hot lunches, and the APRIL16 x .' u 4 j i i Don't Wait Until Saturday to Get Your 'Afil

talk to you about the celebrated

u.SS| MAUDE DUNCAN'SAND goods we handle. Everybody i
MR. WILEY McDAVIDiS Is welcome '.and it's"all free, so I It a
WEDDING CARDS ARE OUT. don't miss it. Remember the _: s
' the I Candidates for State Senate and s I
invitations to wedding of two I days I EASTER SUIT
"'ell known and papula.roung people i
aw being received this morning I FRIDAY Representatives Must File i\
lJy their hosts of friends,+and read !
p3 follows: and. Applications With State !

)fr, and Mrs. W.. T. Duncan I Chairman. i !iI i 3 We Will Be Rushed Then. Come
request the pleasure of your company I 8

at the-marriage Maude wmoug&by of their daughter SATURDAY'e Chairman Reilly, of the county ex !rJ in Earlier and Avoid the Rush.

to ecutive committee calls attention to WASH SUITS I!a' N
Mr. Wiley Joel McDavid a requirement in the state committees "
(Thursday morning April twenty-sixth rules which is of the utmost importance g.

nineteen hundred and six The Fancy Grocers, to candidates for the state u Blue Serge Suits_________________________________________$10 and $15 j jA
at half past eleven senate and for representative in the For the Little Fellows g
Phone 391. UI
First Baptist church, Pensacola. lower house. Chairman Reilly has is r .'

Pensacola, Florida. sued To the Candidates following for notice the.: Offices of ment We of received Children our and first Boys ship- u Very Hobby Piece of Grays the latest thing in Suits $12.50 to $22.50f

Everybody will unite in congratulations State Senate and Members of f
Wash Suits yesterday after-
and good wishes and-incidentally the Legislature:. noon. !i .. NU

-will acept. the .invitation. Your attention is called to the fol- Come see them today before j! We can also show a swell line of Low Shoes
lowing paragraph of the State Democratic this (beautiful assortment isbroken. 0 you
WR.' WHITFIELD MERCERMARRIED & ,Executive committe call! : .
VIRGINIA.' for Easter Patent Leather Vici 'Gun Metal
IN
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wear.
II
The many friends and!! acquaintances i QQtR "Each person' desiring to have his I N

formerally of Mr. Whitfleld.employed Mercer in, who the name Ballots printed as a candidate on the Primary for any Election state I $1.25 to $5.00 jt!i in fact, in all leathers. Come 'in and let us show

:was ; flj
file with the chairman of
office shal
fsted!Pensacola in the Navy following Yard, announcement will be inter r this committee on or before the 16th I Standard Clothing Co you the line. We have just opened and put in stock
day of April, A. D., 1806, his noticeof i
-unite"mtich heartily has been in good received wishes and for will th-j candidacy and application to have! Thiesen Building. B a big line ofBoys1 .
his name so printed upon a blank to t IU
. man and bride.
Happy
i, be furnished by said chairman, and !

announces Mrs. the Mary marriage Ellen Walker of her S' accompanied equal to five by per'an cent amount of the of annual money !ua- Crack-a-Jack Pants, 4 to I6.__._-'_._ ..........--------50c pair Ii(
daughter, Male Vestto compensation of the office for whichhe 9 i :
is a candidate, and no-name of any
U ,
Mercer t eo.eioNr such candidate shall be printed upon PRtSE.NTATION : -
Whitfleld Livingston <
Mr. Also full line
Monday the second of April or counted or returned if printed oa u a 0"r: : \ > i
ninteen hundred and sin. PROSAIC HEWS' EGGS., any such ballot unless this provIsion U .: '. > .". '
Richmond, Virginia. when: .transformed by the use of our shall have been complied with, provided '
Easter dyes, become of that the asessments of members' y
things extreme
thirty At HomeTwelve Columbia Road (beauty and of endless.Joy to of the legislature and senators im TO SERGEANT !y Boys'Wash Pants------_________________;__________________25c pair
Washington D. C. the .young and old. Every color that those districts constituting one county -
tints the most 'gorgeous sunset can shall be paid to their respective !\1- tU

-+- be had and effectively used with little county committees and the assessments Come in and let us show our Men's and Boys'
you
of senators in districts consti Ofro
Mrs. Morris IJghtman of Nash- trouble and great satisfying results.
Miss Regina Heir Packed either in solid colors or tuting more than one county shall be HAMMOND .
grille! Tenn., and y Caps All kinds of Yacht and Golf Caps just re-
"berg" of Birmingham, Ala., are in the paper dyes each 5c.Hooton's paid in equal amounts to each such
city guests of Mrs. Jate Berlin and county committee. Said chairman received. \
Mrs.! Joe Jacoby.: Pharmacy shall immediately thereafter furnishto B '
Co each newspaper published! in the
Mrs. Elmer Minshall of :Memphis, The Birthplace of Prompt'Delivery. state, a list of all names which have Given i Handsome Badge by Army !U N
JTenn., is visiting friends and relatives PHONE 1100.ffl.f been so filed as candidates., for such
in the western part of the city.I offices and shall certify to the chairman and Navy Union-Old d Guns for r J
of each county committee,a list 9
.\Ir M. R RWilson's: 's many friends .fa of all such candidates and each per Bremen and Pensacola
!
"ran learn with regret: that she is RS son desiring to have his name printed R I WILLIAM! JOHNSON { SON I
quite iH at her home 305 West Greg- Amusements. on such ballots as a candidate for ;
Dry any county office and member of the Special to The Journal !
legislature shall file with the chair FtBarrancas, April 12.-Sergeanl
Mrs. W T. King has two pleasant ". .t'd'SY ri..n Y N +r ( 'H CM1 H 7C lCiC". J man 'of. the Democratic county Leroy l Hammond, who for- two terms saaaaaaaassaaaaaaaaaasaaaaaaaaaaaaaasaaaCW
irlsitors, her Bister Mrs. Mary Han- committee of his' county on has ably filled the office of Com
tab of Montgomery, and her niece -The Jolly Pathfinders Next.Week. or before, the 26th day-oT April, A. mander of Major'-.Lorenzo Lorain
JJio Julia Bell Ot Ft. Deposit, 'Ala.. The attraction at the 'opera house D., 1906, a similar notice of candi Garrison No 20 Army and Navy -
for one week, star fig ';Monday April dacy and applicat'on.to have; his name Union, wag on Tuesday last in full I f ffl l !ft
Sure to please 'Blue Ribbon' Vanilla 16, will be Rentfrows Big Comedy so printed, accompanied with a sum garrison, presented by his fellow j f J and Lemon. Absolutely pure,, Company, The Jolly Pathfinders.The of money fixed by the county committee omratdes! with a handsome gold
goes twice as far as other kinds and vaudeville features this season not exceeding five per cent of badge as a token .of his energy in j,
gives deserts' the "Blue Ribbon Fir will include The Surietafos Family in the annual compensation of the of .securing the largest number of memo !lit is to People of Musical Appreciationthat I
"
vor. their wonderful Japanese acts. This'Is fice." bern for the garrison during the last !
by far" ne-of'th: largest-and highest FJCANK I ILLY, year. -'L. :
GET A PANAMA, $5.00, $7.50 AND$10.00X salaried acts carrion: by any pop Ch'm'n Escambia Co. Dem. Ex. Com. The presentation, speech was made our Pianos appeal They possess that tone quality that gives tha t;i
AT STANDARD .CLOTHING bj the eloquent old veteran First
COMPANY ular well worth price attraction the price and admission.the act.is Sergeant ,McGrath, of the 15th Co, i perfect blending with the human voice. The greatest care should be ?lr.i *

The company also carries a special Arctic Mosquitoes I C.. A., and acknowledgement Commander Hammond of the .1 0" exercised in piano buying. Do not allow anyone to persuade you to |ii

carload ing the of week scenery will and''be made'a each play'grand dur iads The within presence the of bare mosquitoes uninhabited in myr arc made honor fitting conferred, 'upon him. Li i ': buy a cheap piano, for a poor instrument is not desirable at any price. [;
Under his! able leadership the
ft. PIANOS AND ORGANS. t! scenic production. A complete band tic circle is surely in some degree a
# CASH OR EASY TERMS. and orchestra is also carried. mystery. The mosquito Is a blood membership has been lncreased''to of tba: local over one garrison hundred I i Every Piano We Offer is a Bargain iJ J
& All Piano Work Guaranteed. Monday night "From Sire to Son" sucker, but in these unvfsited plains, and its affairs are in a most ,
CLUTTER & RUSHING, will be the offering and 'on both Mon he is for the most part, and of strict 'condition. I ,
ft 12 EAST GOVERNMENT ST. day and Tuesday nights ladies will be necessity, a vegetarian. A few birds prosperous The garrison will give one of Us because ,of its qualtty and low price and "paywhen'you'like" i

ft PHONE 476. 11i admitted free under the usual condi excepted (and the _birds are, furnished popular smokers at Palmetto Beach Kranich & Bach, Packard, Lester, Cassell, Clutter. Sheet music at publisher's / i:.
tions if seats are reserved Before: six ;:
with impervious feathers), there.is no on Monday April} 16th and a great 1 q
** o'clock. is prices.
local life whatever. The Lapp Jn summer good season of social enjoyment RsOtd.afnd

drives,his.reindeer to the sea, and anticipated. .
Palafox St. J.
debilitated for Largest .
"Generally years. Had Philippine Debate. -
no native crosses the field if he can Mu In Clutter Music Housew ,
headaches/iack.ed at Mg I
sick ;ambition, was A large attendance is expected *-* ile.l0aae. J
worn-out and alll run-down.. Burdock help it Yet In this.region, "seemingly tog Philippine debate to 'be held i in f=<
unsuitable for its JGEO.. W. C. CLUTTER Tres. B. E. CLUTTER Sea &
Blood Bitters made me 'a well wo the most effective the Post Library; on Tuesday April

YOUR man."--' Irs. Chas., .:Freltory. ,- Moosup: working," the mosquito flourishes, "a 17th under the ausplcles of the Bar i : \""" m'31 I II: "'...... _."'..... IUI' ;m"AIiM
Conn. primeval and enduring curse, inexplicably : rancas Literary and Debating Societythe .
to be dsbated-is "Tha I
developed to its utmost"-Lon question
f A Pair of Coddle. don Chronicle. the United :States Sell the Philip- Easter Social Tonight.Thif .
A man with a curious fondness for pine Islands and all the orators of Gadsden Street Epworth League '
Abbe de St. Martin the post are busy preparing arguments SHOE STORELeader
skullcaps( was the Land of Surprises. DEOPLES
is going to have an Easter social The
EASTER who,in the seventeenth century, made 'New Zealand Is not exactly contiguous pro Old and Guns con.for Brewton. :. at the home of Mrs' W. L. Hahn, 807
himself ridiculous by his yagaries. He to or a part of Australia, as many Acting under tha instructions of tM E. Strong 'street tonight There will
always wore nine of these articles to seem to imagine, there being a slight Secretary of War Colonel Howe has be lots of fun. in Low Prices
keep off;the cold and, furthermore, nine difference: of some 1,700 miles between ordered that two of the old eight inch *
pairs of stockings. 'His mode of..pass them. Things go by contraries in the"land converted rifles be sent to Brewton, 32 West Government.
ing the night was more remarkable 'of the kangaroo. The farther Ala., where they are to be mountedas $100.00 REWARD
TABLEhould still. He caused to be constructed for north you travel the hotter it is-125 ornaments to the public park AV "VAteN.VNA "'.vv"
himself a bed of ricks, beneath which degrees in the shade in Queensland. th-? e. Th se two immense but now $100.00 reward will be paid for the
'was a furnace: so 'arranged that he Lignum vltae, which sinks in other waters obsolete pieces of ordnance will! arrest and delivery to the sheriff of SCREENS!' Put them in before the FLIES and .?
could regulate it to the degree of. floats in Australian waters. The doubtless be objects of much interest Walton county.; cne Charlie Renols, MOSQUITOES get into your house. <;
warmth he,might: require, arid"his bed Christmas dinner is eaten in Melbourne to the citizens: of Brawton.. a negro. Description: Height 5 feet CHEAPER NOW.
furnish them
for Pensacola.Two 160 We |
Two Guns 10 or 11 inches; weight about or can
,.Was fitted with onlY.11yery'small. open- and Sydney when it Is over 100 degreesin it
be well or- mor.j of these heavy guns 170 pounds; bright mulatto with medium of BRICK hand.
now on < ;
which abbe used to the shade. dis Supply
ing, through .the }Js said are"to be placed at the large eyes. Has scar on upper '
dered and complete,and creep when he retired to rest at night posat of Pensacola. lip to"the right of nose and when last Phone 11. H. G. DeSILVA & COLAUNDRY. $
Even more ludicrous was. the contrivance seen he wore a blue faded jumper VAY'. ...V+
we can help you makeit which thereat French mathematician r GOOD JUDGMENTis overalls a gray cap, a new pair of No.
designed 'and used MILK DIET | characteristic of men toed shoes. Reward to
Fourier, the essential 8 fine; sharp
so. Among our spec- for the protection'of his health. He incased Not So Good 32 a Better and women. Invaluable to good bus. be paid} by J. A;' Rlchbonrg & Co.,
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himself In species of'box the ness men and necessary to house- Crestview, Fla.ICE NEW METHOD
ial solicited attractionsare A merchant in a thriving interior shows 3
mechanicalmeans good judgment -
interior of which by some town 'writes: wives. A woman ,
was kept at the only tempera '1 can recommend Grape-Nuts food when she buys!baby.White's The Cream ture at which he teltlle could live with- to all, whether well or sickas a Vermifuge for her mothers '.
offered to
out inconvenience TOille enveloped in preventative of, or a cure for man; worm medicine ever sensible CLOCKS
the

KENNEDY'SCakes this confined clumsy'to one affair spot!; heI,,but\a9 provided necessarily unable ailments.to bj For in about the store six much years of I'was the mothers. Many, who indeed write are expressing health of their their I CREAM 1 1I A good 8 day Parlor Clock.. .. .... .. .... ..... .. ... .... .....J5.00
gratitude for the good Parlor Clock with alar m $3.00
time. I was suffering from gastritis A good 8-day
means for the freedom of his head and : they to the use or1JlUe's .. ... ... .. .,. .. ,
and Wafers and constipation which confined me children, which owe 8-day Mission Clocks, $2.73 to.._..... ..... $5.00
the ills of asthma and Sold
hands. Even Vermifuge. by CAKE
: to the house part of the tims) and \' Cream I AND Repairing at reasonable prices.
would ,
have thought:
and rheumatism;; one' under such at last put me to bed and kept me aU} druggists. I II J. F. DAVIS JEWELER, at Coe's Book Store.
were preferable to existence there for almost a year. I ran down .
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LaTouraine Roll Wafers circumstances as this, but the French in w. ght. from 150 to 85 pounds, Easter Egg Hunt. 1, For parties, social gatherings, 1***"**** fl. f."- "'$".
mathematician: t, believe, was' trying to live on a milk diet But I 1 The Junior Epworth League of the etc. We
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We of a different.. mon.-London Stand could seldom retain that, nor anything Gad den St. Methodist: church will I lawn fetes, weddings | DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY, |
are sole agents for ard. elsa of any account, on my give ah Easter Egg Hunt Saturday afternoon will lake in our own ovens 'any STONES BRONZSE =
-- stomach. at 3 'o'clock at the home of W. kind'of cake you may wish and | CLOCKS PRECIOUS ,

Nunnally's Candies Vanilla "The doctors finally gave jne up;; W Richards, corner, LaRua and 8! guarantee it perfectly satisfactory STERLING SILVERWARE,
then a friend advised me to change Admission 10 cents. Refreshments
'It Is curIous to read'that.vanUla was avenue. Ice cream of any flavor ,
OPTICAL GOODS
my food and use Grape-Nuts food: free. ; ART POTTERY, ,
employed by thAt CS of Mexico a* crd Postum Food coffee. I followed furnished in bulk or fancy I i
an ingredient in the .mUlufacture of his advice and watched result Don't think that piles can't be cur moulds. i CUT GLASSWARE,
+..... chocolate prior' to the' discovery of '1 commenced to get well at once, ed. Thousands of obstinate cases Any way; we will be glad total
.America by "Spaniards and that it and in the first 8 months J gaIned have been cured by Doan's Ointment i iI
the refresh-
about
was brought to Europe as .a.: perfume about 40 pounds. The gastritis and: 5Q cents at any drug store. ll ,.to JOiL I Engraylngand Fine Stationery
with indigo, cochineal and cacao ten constipation left me In a very shor ment.question.Kandy | .
arrtval-of tobacco on time, and in the 6 yaars that; hav
Sol Calm .& Co years before the followed I have enjoyed the best o .
"vanilla is derived AUCTION SALEHOUSE
our shores. The ;game health and attend regularly to. mjbusiness. I Attention.
from the Spanish i : rains, a pod or I Grape-Nuts Mail Orders Receive Prompt -
: eat everyday .
WEST CHASE ST.,
The Pure Food Stars.. capsule. Dampfor described it as and usually mafca my entirE No. 4, '
louthust Corner Palalox' and IntendencU little pod full of.small ,black. seeds and breakfast off of a few teaspooaful; WILL BE SOLD O'CLOCK TO THE MONDAY HIGHET: : Kitchen Cafe, %
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like tho stem of ft tobaeco leaf so muchso of it and'a cup ortwo of'Postum BIDDER AT !
that' Ids men whea.they found the Food Coffee." Name given by* .Po&.: APRIL, 16 1906._ I E. 0. Zadek Jewelry Co.

Phones S 4T8 dried pods nt first threw; them awaqv"wondering turn Co., Battle' Creek. MIdu $5.00, $7.50'AND 104 SPalafox Phone 999 .MOBILE ALA. i
PANAMA ,
Spaniards should There's a reason. Read the .Ijttl} i GET A I *
why Wellvilie," ir 110,00' AT STANDARD CLOTHING .mH iMtiiiHIHHHHHMi""':
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lay up ,iqb'acco.;:at. mCbambem'. : Pkgs.book, 'TJ1 Road to. l. COMPANY., EgEgl .
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iTj for a .. FOR SALE $$250.00CASH -


I and J15.00: per' month Jar a comfortable -'' HQ rON. & WATSON
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REAL ESTATE Good Investment? little'home on East. Jackson. !: '.. ,
: ':'SuccessorJ. to Thoj. C. Watnt 6 c).

t You can't nnd a better one than L Ten very desirable lots; $$700.00 i <

I real estata ] J Block 92 of the New City CASIII I LeadingLaI:Estate Rental and Insurance Agency

The proparty Pensacola\ that is I ....
.. Has been the foundation of many large.!.rortune and 'now being sold will increase enorf > Tract intersection .Jackson balance at 7 per cent. for house and t t. \ t_

it has also been the beginning-of more comfortable f mi1yIn value in the'next few street three lots at Fisheville .front'ng, the. .o' ..,.... ." .' :: ,
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competencies. "t | and 16th avenue; over' I iBargains i-> -
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; next -few bay -
i years, or, perhaps, theo ,price ?17CO.OO. I '
: ... months. .. beautifullots I
looking the
4iL | IF YOU ARE WISE\ 'tQ lviU' 'buy bay, LIST YOUR PROPERTY I In Real Estate in all parts of thecity1"

: Safe.and. j t IOW. and reap the profit that some for residences.- '
JRean' 1Bstatc is Sure with for sale well sell it Try us. .
us :
-one else will reap if you-do.; not. ; Seven lots Block 55, Bel- -I ,. ,
I[i Look at the following:' !

4b > [$850.00()()-i-room house, East Romana: montTract; lots in this Block: La'S. BROWN & CO. 1 I T .Stores'and Dwellings for rent.

: I just east of Tarragona.. ,
!r11 It cannot be taken away from you or spent by piece $1.750.00-Hal block; 400 by. 1374 selling at $700. .1 Loans.made at current rates.of interest
meal, but in value 'Real Estate and Loans. on
grows each year besides earninga I feet, near carline, New City. Six
houses North AlcanizStreet
k i good rate of interest. Pensacola real estate' af. : $600.00-One block, 'New City .tra t.I improved 1'or unimproved property.
fords a golden opportunity to buy and make a hand. north of Stoddart's. Will ba,worth good investment, will 201 Theisen Building. '
some profitPensacola I double in two years.. :"
Insurance in fifteen
$2OOO.OG-Block close to sio6d. : rt's.. net 10 per cent. placed leading American -

$2OOO.OO-Two houses, each- 5 rooms, ,and foreign companies.
1L* West Wright rents $240 a' .year.;. For particulars apply to BARGAINSFORSAIE

$600.00 year.-i-room house, rents. $84 a ,,respectfully solicit your patronage.

; Investment Company $2,000-Store and dwelling, Wast: Summer Home Our;rental department given especial atten-

Jackson street,- rents $216 a' year. tion. Call and see our list.

1iiP: ; I A.t.DALEUBERJEtCttrManagf. $1OOO.OO-So-acre-town.. 6-room house 5. miles. westof McDavid-Hyer Company, A nice' homa on Bajxm Chico. Five',! ,
room and reception hall. Near car
I W. KNOWLES, President. K. j. SIMPSONf cretary. Agents New 'York line, $1,500. --

J.L SJILLMAN, V..Pres-and Gen. Manager. KNOWLtt HYIK, Treasurer. LESLIE E. BROOKS Life Insurance Company. East Hill Cottage.Of I -
I five rooms with bath: and re, -
Rael -8 E. Government
Estate loans. tenerallnllestment.. i "" Street ception hall. A bargain at $200 cash.
215 South Paiafox !! Phone 462 Theisen Building I Phone ,7CO. Pensacola, Fla. $15 monthly payments, '$1,200. HQOTON & WATSON ,
Street .
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Pensacola., Florida. I l '
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S C R. YAEGER PHONE 54. 34 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
r-. HELP WANTED That Easter Dinner. j
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fl W Wa No. 202 Theisen Bldg. Phone 636. I f
A fine Easter 'Suit is" all right, but
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V&&; A HOTEL SITE BRIGHT years of age YOUNG or over who MAN-Sixteen desres: ,tO L yd'u will want*a' nice Easter d'nner f. ------------------o-' "2 outfy >Dill". Home- -
WORTH and the
LOOKING AT. learn newspaper reportorial work.. on the place to get it is. at MoyerJ,, SPECIAL' HARDIIN

Good opportunity for active, intelligent square. I I

;;{t-7t-I rt We have 160 feet by 240 feet deep 'on the north side of East young man. .Apply editorial t Nice Phone Western 718. 1ive Beef Here is YourOpportunity 1 I FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY 1CfJ31rr
or/ n in
Romana street 160 feet east of Palafox ,street that rooms The; Journal, this evening between / f
will
make one of fact, a good: r
,up-to-date Meat Market IntoJ1tontll
the finest hotel sites in the city. It is in the business six and seven o'clock.. .llapr I
district; would and a fine line I
\ of Staple and Fancy j
be convenient for traveling I '
men. The
lower floors would rent well Groceries. i
; 4 'as store houses. The lot is large enough for any size building WANTED-.--First-class cook at once. 20 lbs. Standard i to 'make an investment whichI. .1 I 53 vacant l ts'that are,cheap at $100 ,
you
mght! desire and still leave room enough for a vacant lot- The Improvements __240 W. Garden. .llapr $1.00. Granulated Sugar] I. will yeld; you a bg? profit. It's per lot. Ten 3 and 4 room 'houses
on the rest of the lot' but' 'taa't dud 'bV'&reat .bargains' $600,
property would increase the value of 24 J 011W ;a .66x90 feet. it's
"factorial
the vacant part to such an extent thaithe part u.sed would cost WANTED: good all-round printer, 12 pounds Patent Flour 65 cents. 1 on the corner of Garden and each. We will sell the entire lot for I ?erjcil'"Ills
( very pounds Patent
little. We can show' you about a" 15'per cent. investment in a build capable cf doing first-class job printing Flour 85 cents. Railroad ''strsets. If interest. : $9000 if' taken. at once.- This Is the MOST BEAimFUL MAOAZINBJLN ]

j ;;kl' ing of this kind on this property at the price. .. ....$27,000.00 and experienced in newspaper i MOYER, ON THE 'SQUARE. ed .telephone No. 223 and ask Cheapest property" that 'will! ever be THE WORLD"
|I work. Must be absolutely sober; no for offered here. Ask your newsdealer for this superb

WHICH DO YOU PREFER ? drinking man need apply. Cook ,& i I Corner lot on E. Zarra'gossa St with magazine. If he does not handle it
I Hutchison, Chipley, Fla. 7aprlin WantedWANTEDTo >:aEo.: w. PRYOR, JR. 3 room house; this is 'a bargain only send us his name and address with your

: offered once in, a life time. name and address and loc. for sample
to live in rented house hlliUUIU.w! r.i: ::fi= '!
a or own a beautiful .home. Here is a WANTED-Old man for gardener, at: buy old gold and sll-! 440 E. ''Main St., 4; room,, kitchen copy. Regular price 25c. Mention
chance for a man of moderate means to own his own home, and yo- so servant for cooking, etc; white or ver, broken up -stuff regardless ofsizes. and large ball, cheap.! I thi3 Paper

can buy it almost as cheap as paying rent. (For $1000,00, $25.00 colored. Apply mornings, ':aW. Cash paid. Lightman & Klein, The finest place ror'a fruit and vegetable Burr Publishing Company
down and MiscellaneousMATTRESSES
$15.00 per month we will sell a pretty'5room and 106_ E. Wright Phone 1127. : i *
hall cot. Wright St. 20apr farm in West Florda contains 4 West 22d Street New York City
rLRi tage with 6.lots. .
The house
is in good condition and is 'one of the / o 160 acres, a 4 room house, 'large!
highest points in the city overlooks' the bay. is cool 'and pleasant in "AGENTS WATElY'Exper1encnot : W AND FURNITURE 1 barn and other out houses! ; 500 pea'rltrees
summer. Ask about ANTED.-A. R. Bingham
us it. necessary; pays for sickness,accident want t iMattfessES made to order; old ones j jrenovated. 25 or 30 pecans f.nd numerous i
your moving and hauling. He guar*' .. New ticks fumisb.3d.,
and death. Address ; other fruits.
the
LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH US FOR SALE. Fraternal antees aU breakage. Phone 630. I I For Sale
Bankers of America, S ,Louis,, Second\ hand furniture bought and I 40 acre farm and house and ''barn,i
THE COLLECTION' OF RENTS A SPECIALTY- MoT '25mar4t sold.. Upho'stering and repairing well worth $12' 0; close out at $600.
WANTED.-Tbe publlc'to don:, 114 E. Belmont St., city, The finest turpentine business in I ':FoRSALh'Disirable: boarding
know that Davis Co. C. T. Davis house, newly furnished
Phone 711. Mfg throughout
THE FISHER REAL ESTATE AGENCY WE LEARN you to make mlrrorg at i t old newspapers ,can} be bought at Mgr. West Florida; 'it has to be seen to be rent paid to July 23, sewer connection
h Full this office for five cenUia! appreciated. Will take- pleasure: in
1W. me. guaranteed formula' $5; bundle. They ;I_ electric lights and telephone-

I; kj .. 206 SOUTH PALAFOXST.- PHONE P.ISmarlm F. M. *Co., Box, 472 Pensacola, Fin; : are all clean and nice.J : EXCURSlON-vrbe, launches Stella j I showing this to-any one' ,interested.H. Will sell all or part. Twelve regula;

and .Leclair will,run excursions to I fcoamfers now besides transient dail}
-i1 WANTED-We want your Orders foi I Apply 105 E. Intendencia St Bnsa-
Station
the Lire Saving or other ,
- 5 1907 Art Calendars. Over 300 original points of interest, day or nght: on reasonable T. CRAWFORD i cola, Fla. April 13FOR. -!*'
WANTED designs to' select
from. All I i
terms. Phones .659 and 30.
DIRECTORY Professional -- -_ prices. Mayes Printing Co., Pensaco16feb. 315'!/ South Palafox Street.
,Directory -- J. C. Sutherland, Mgr.. 12apr SALE--Miscellaneous law books
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win W-jtr'Wrjjtrj nn. (PAN.UfAS-Let: us clean ,your / and office furniture. A C. Binkle.*,
r43.tz4'; Joppa Lodge, No. 6, I. 0. 0. F. panama 'Jtc 1 Thiesen 'building. l'apr2i:! $
THOS. .PEBLEY straws. Hats cleaned, blocked I TAILORING L. plamond, Tailor.
tllI ; No.6 I. 0. 0. F. '('
Joppa Lodge ,
laud rebanded by expert Gents' .clothing .cl ane& pressed FOR RENT
workman. WANTED.-Ele.ctrhfwork and
: of sli! kind.!
.4f'q: meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30: LAW, REAL. ESTATE. LOANS. AND )]Leave hats at R. H. Pons Barber r L Let us clean your:fans. rcali'our: repaired on short notice.. No. 11% r:- .... FOR SALE-One good second hand

o'clock at Rafford Hall, West Garden COLLECTIONS. Shop 313 S. Paiafox.and. 212 We dynamo; do) )our Vlrinj. etc P-ir-aa West ,Government. St., Pensacola. Fla. MANHATTAN HOTEL corner Bay! safe. Will sell cheap Apply room

np vited.St. VIsting. brethren are cordially in. PALAFOX AND ROMANA. mail Wright! orders.street. SpecIal attention- t itl 570. Pensacola' Elect'ij!! Co.. .' 235 S.Baylcn. .' Idee. ? len and Garden streets. Contains'J I 3, Fisher building. llapr

av$ T. H. FLEETWOOD, N. G. PHONE 553. .1 23 rooms, furnished throughout For h131R SALE 7.-room house. I storeroom

? J. W. GINGLES S' C.31jan6m. WANTED-Will: invest J. H. PORTER... salmaker! 716 South particulars apply to Hooton & Wat, 2 'closets, pantry, city water.
with services in $1000 to-$3000 I WANTED.-AH kinds ,of electrical Paiafox street. OMrs'taken for ,son. 13apr3t Lot 70x137& corner 10th avenue and
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-teL5* some ligitimate work. I sell all kinds of electrical tents, awnings camp! stools and souse / Desoto streets, East Hill. Apply on
w. >MUi ; and respectable business.: Give par. A. R. BINGHAM has'otorage room Torrent R. E. Coleman lOapr 2y*
batteries and other electrIcal cots etc. Prices reassnabie.: place.
V fefc Pensacola Lodge, No. 3, K. of P. T YATES M. D ticulars. M., 42, 'care The Journal. '. supplies. 31jan. suitable for furniture or other
t When need me ring 345
you
*" o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall OPTICIAN, E. W; Peake, new Star- Laundry building : SHIP CILUWLERS-\irKnzl: Oerting goods, 104 and 630' 106, South". Tarragona. : I horses and mules. Can be seen at
St Phone
nO &' over Iou stable W. Intendencia St. l E. Garden. ISdec i iI & Co., \\!ldes- le and retail ship I SOnov Pou's stabljs. McMillan & Turton.anrlO.-
i ft.'p' F .Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.J. 306 THIESEN BUILDING WANTED-Youffg country printer handlers and grocers, only: ; first-class J I .

$ 5I J. A. KIRKPATRICK C. c. wants a position ,in newspaper or I bous of kini lu city.: Fair pricss to al!. LOST residence
job office in Florida or Alabama. Has. Board and FOR SALE-Grocery store and
frr 'fi H. HORSLER K. of R. &; S Rooms.FURNISHED p- rsL stock
W eight years' experience an ajl- a man WflflWanAnnsmfl- Fine'stationery, wedding invitations, combined including
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1-i Meetings- of round good job printer. A "perfectgentleman visiting: cards, tally cards, etc. Celia LOST-Black waterspatnel! dog with L fixtures, etc; nice home, good water,
At the FOR
ROOMS RENT white under fence. Casi
spat hln" Answers to one whole block under
and Robinson
i': start keeping 219 I name of Black.U Reward. Returnto L only. Corner Maxwell and 6th W
on'moderate ,
Elliott Company of
held .salary Philadelphia.Smarlm. : .
are at their ;,
PI1fr.. No. 8 West Intenden.hall, stating full particulars, Arthur Win-i half East from Government Pala.fox.street Block 10apr2w and a t llaprlw 518 W.* Wright. or Home' 'Bakery. Mrs. Z. P. Ryan P. 0. Box 614.
: ISmarlm
*: -q :gt7 cia street! on every free, White Castle La. 12aprlw* p

4t :'gA, Monday evening at .. I NEWLEY'FURNISHED rooms; very MATTRESSES RENOVATED. New FOR SAL ---Nice. clean old newspapers :

J4i.4r J4t 7:30 o'clock. An invitation WANTED' -People at the Navy Yard i I reasonable. Apply. 20 W. Romana tick: furnished If desired. All done HOTELS. at aye cents a bundle. This ot-

I V' is extended to buy ice from the old.reliable Ice I 1St. 10aprlw in I good order on short notice. Leave WtWaWtUt JW Jt Mt Wut flflflfl $r flfLrjt' flee.
to visiting Knights. i man officially recognized by 'the I 1- orders at Green & Watson. Phone
Valentine THE BROWN HQUSE-rAIry rooms,, WANTED-To loan money on you-
rA
JOHN B. JONES people. I will serve you WANTED few regular boarders ::1 193. 7mar ej.
EDM. FOX. I prompt. good beds.- Free baths and sample' watches, jewelry and personal
.Recorder Grand Knight ly. IF. N. Howell. llaprlw. Also a few table boarders in private IA'I'TRESlSES.-Wholesale room. J2 perday.. Special'attention i io fects. Highest cash price for old go3:
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I II I family; good local'on; convenient to tall manufacturers and ret traveling men. J. R. Brown Prop., and silver. Lightman & Klein, 106 E.
I WANTED-Your orders for tailor- carline; use of bath and phone, No. and dealers in DeFunlak Springs, FlaISmarlm
wright. Phone 1127.
.k: ; Daughters of Rebekah. I I made clothing. We 401 E. cotton moss and E. & C. mattressesand
make Gregory. Saprlm
1j %.FI: Naomi Lodge, No. 10, Daughters of DR. J. H. 'MOCK : clothes fit. Let us take your measure. your- -- 4 b;Q' springs. Second hand furniture C3NTRAL HOTEL, CHIPJ Y-op.I HOUSES FOR SALE Lease or ref::,

Rebekah. meets every Monday nieht L mm & Co., Chicago, W. O. PLEASANT ROOM to rent. 301( Wl: bought and sold. Upholstering depot. Largeand well' lighted i, near car ling on Little Barou.P.
-rigM at 8 o'clock in L, 0. O. F. halL Visit Dental Surgeon. Wells, agent, Chipley, Fla. 7aprlm Chase. 8apr I and repairing done. Old mattresses rooms. Free' sample 'room: Meals at I ply to Phillip Hannah, Little Bayon.4aprl6t

.'44Ie '5 -Vl8flSfell ins sisters cordially invited to be pres I II renovated; new ticks furnished if ds- all hours. Special attention to traveling ." -

-b-tc4_ ent Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty. SECOND HAND CLOTHING' WANT. NICELY FURNISHER ROOMS for sired. 114 E. Belmont, St., city., nren. $2.00 per" day.' J_ M. Tug- FARM' FOR SALS-80 acres located

MRS. B. R. WITKOVSKI, Painless Extracting of Teeth. ED-Highest price paId for gents' rent. Apply Mrs. J!;. Coiilson, car-l'I Phone Mgr.: 771. Davis Mfg. Co., C. T. Dai'vis gle Prop. 13marlra I" at Cottage Hill on railroad; allt-nce'i 1

MISS WILLIE KENDRICK,. Sec 28J4! S. Patafox St. clothing only. Sell second, hand goods ner Chase and Spring Sts. 8apr t* --.:-- ----_ CHIPLEY HOTEL- -Carl Setterlind in and with large house, barns, oui-
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t4I 7 and_ 9 Old Armory Building. Dress suits for rent 9 E, Intendencia' CARRIAGES repaired and repaiate.1. Prop'. Special attention to commer-I: houses, etc: Creek runs through t the
M. E. B. A. No. 81, meets, first and Phone 1077. FOR RENT-Furnished! or unfurnished Floats, bunt to order. Horse shoe-:': cial tr veler Free sample I land, and 4 or 5 springs are :also! oa:

third Wednesday evening at 7:30: n.a WANTED-By ayoung man positionas 6 room cottage at Big Bayou near' \\ng a.specialty. J. G. Welsh Carriage I i rooms. Large rooms with good beds. the Ian d.- Plenty shade trees and apple
iM.iiii .. Raflord Hall, No 10., West Inten stenographer. A-i references car line, facing water. Apply P. O. Co. 27feb 1 I |2- per day.. 13marln pecan peach and plum trees.
dencia- street furnished. Address C-2, care Journal r Box 364. City. Saprlw* Good soil; also hare a lot of fine breed

'A. G. FELL. Pres FOR SALE !, 3aprlm. 0' _, ___ ___ ____ BAY HOTEL*-Open alght and day. chickens, ducks, hogs goats, !net
wjirt; J. L. SWEENEY. Sec. NICE FURNISHED ROOMS for rent, European plan. Rooms light and I fowls, pigeons, geese and turs-y- j
List of Property for Sale by D. Hale suitable for Money to Loan clean: Transient' 'trade solicited., all kinds. Reasonfor selling i is that I
WANTED-Stenographic, work Qf'any light housekeeping. .,.,___ __ '
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pen cola LOdge No: 4,1. 0. 0. F. Wilson & Co. nature. Will give same prompt at Privilege of phone and bath. Apply w 575-579 S. Paiafox.- Jis.. S. have no one to manage place.! A grea

Pensacola Lodge No. 4, I. 0., 0. P.. One block on proposed street car tention. Phone 285. .Saprlm., 810 E. Gadsden St, or phone 896. $10,000TO. interest., LOAN Pensacola at Current rates of i Prop. NiC01a.tI.j bargain either asan_ Investment or
meets every Thursflar "veiling at 7:30 p line New City 2Smarlm. Investment lor party looking for a :soaa iuim; flU
at the new hall on West ; overlooking Bayou Company.., ApriU-lw. Even .iling
which
Garden to make
Texar, and under fence.; ....$3000 WANTED-The public to know that A money.
; itreet Visiting brethren For Sale., !. No
cordially ROOMS CHEAP (Furnished genuine and just as represeflt1
One half block on Lakevlew avenuein we can do all kinds of repalrtn or un
invited. E. GREENBLATT. settled .neighborhood and hard float ,building, horse ? furnished, suitable for light house MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody borrows .-- fake. Write or call on W. H. Mo-gan,
] on shoeing, etc. J.,
b-J. NEVILLE Secretary; road, 'verY'cheap at.. .; .. ..$1500 0. Welsh Carriage Co. 27feb keeping. On the Hill locat'on high money from Jno. A. Hall & FOR SALE:_. tore' and 'dwelling at, Box 453. Pensacola, for further jllr: tC-

... .. W. O.W. One-naif block ((12 lots) and six new and healthy. Close to car line. Ap Co., 16 E, .Government street When tached. A good business atand.. Apply -i ulars. almar

1ji Live Oak Camp No.. 1, W. O. W.. houses renting for $5.00 each with COURT HOUSE DYEING. ply 314 E. Strong. Phone 1213. In need call on us. Sfeblm to J. C. PebleyT: 12aprlw FOR SALE-95v-4 acres of Und half

meets in Pythian Hall let k roon'tor seven more houses.. $3250 Pressing 16marlm. 70 acres
and 3rd kP and Cleaning Club, 212 N.'DeVillers mile from city, northwest;
Wednesdays la each month. Visiting Two large lots and a good three J. DavIs MONEY, LOANED on all kinds of per- FOR SALE-One prescription case timber land, sub soil clay; 25" under
Mrs. T.
St
sovereigns cordially invited. i room and hail house renting for $6.00 solicited Prop: Yoor patronage NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS: for renal property on short notice. and small line' of, Pharmaceuticals j.I cultivation, clay sub soil. Dr. T. A.
satisfaction
k' -- F. A. BOGHICH. C. 0.&tI. .per month if sold at once. .$600 teed. Careful attention; given guaran-. rent. Good location and reasonable Terms easy. J. B. Gray & Co., 2 W. in growing railroad town; will] give my: LaFar, 519 Guillemarde St
.: LESLIE E. BROOKS. Clerk. One nice: Ave roomed house in good Phone *.ladles'garments. terms. 401 W. Chase St. 4apr2w Rol1 a a. Phone 1165._ lteb practice to purchaser. Good location.j 30mar2w*
', .4F? $ .-- locality with 37 foot lot renting for 1222., :,gfebWANTED Apply with" stamp. E. Porter Webb,! -

Woodman's Circle., $10.00 per month. .... .. ..$1000' .-Hauling anil transfer. PLEASANT: place to board on North L MONEY TO LOAN.-on real estate or M._D., Carrabelle,. Fla. 12apr3t' FOR SALE My lodging house for

M W. 0. W. C.. Oa0Grove, No. 4, One-half an arpent and ten roomed work. Office phon 362; residence: Hill. on car line. Address No.8,, ,' other sufficient security by appjj.tog ] FOR SALEAonelnanfie ,folding" 'bed !I sale. Fourteen' rooms newly fur I
Woodmen Cirde meets every Thursday house in central of care Journal 27marROOMS Thos. Pebley, cor. Palafor ,'. nished throughout It is on a gooi
part the city,nice phoiia 390. Acosta & WhIte 22-28 N. $o. and gas range, dressr, wash stand, din .
3 p. m.. 2d floor Pythian Hall, over r shade and fruit trees.. ... ..$5500 Tarragona St. 15m a:,. : i Romjna. up stairs._17aov-ai. iirg "table, dishes," etc. Apply 36 S.''I!,' paying basis and centrally located.iy
1 Pon's stable, on Intendencia street Vacant ,lots in any part of the city FOR RENT-furnished or iin- 1'J Paiafox. -- i 'blocks from postoffice; part C3S-;
Visiting sovereigns cordially Invited.Mrs. at prices that will take. Several investments NEW UPRIGHT PIANO to exchange furnish a. Mrs. M.- J.-RobInson! 600 I MONEY TO LEND-On good real'es _- 7aprlw* Apply to Mrs. B. M. Trainer, 128k

; Leon Langford, Guardian;, Mrs.M tht will net 10 per cent' for lot on East Hill -Address P. E.' Gadsden. St 24marlm. I IWANDA tate 'i eurttr or, on good collateral: JUST Imported REClVED-Larji'iipment Olive Oil of E. Government St. 30mar
B. Olsen. on the l&west rates.. Leslie E. Retail by pint,
Clerk. -money invested. 0. Box 207. ,Z0maiWANTED.The at Brooks, gallon or large Quantity. G. Morasso FOR SALE-Eggs from standard brei
FOR few boarders at 212 W. Fisher/building. :U8.D Rocks: fifteen
: RENT. & Co., thip chandlers an vf:$ 'Ten roomed:house centrally located,, Merchants Transfer Gregory.. .New house, good neigh; 'flIONE1 South Paiafox. 4oct. $1.50; fifty $3. Also Ohio improve i

ForFarmTurentlne or and unexcelled for a boarding house,, Co. wants your moving and baulinj. borhood $and on car line. ISmarlm j LOANED on all kinds of personal FOR SALE OR RENT:':"Two- Chester White Pigs; pedigreed. MTLLizzie
on street car line, $35.00 per month. Ail breakage guaranteed. T B. TAo property on short notice. lighters': B. Hughes Chipley, Fla.
Timber LSndsJ. ,NICE FURNISHED ROOMS for J. W. Bullard. _on? with apa ity.tor 75 thousand
(Five roomed house, close in town, Len Prop. Phone S78. UJnnela.WANTED. rent Terms easy. upstair* ft 122marlm, *
the other
lumber
LARGE: OR SMALL QUANTITY large yard and nice out,buildings, eta Newly furnished clean and nice' 2814 :South Palafox St., Phone 1144. Rates reasonable.thIrty/thousand capacity. -'' FOR SALE-Fine hotel site; best sir-

Call on or Address2Lt ble, etc., $20.00 per month. .-Real Estate for sale or! Government near postoffice.street Apply Mrs. at B. M.i2814 Trainer.E.L :I ,flcy skiff beats for sale. cheap, 22 Also ft. 'ldn two'\1|T uation in the city for a tourist no-
If fe<-:
what ;you want is not listed here ] tel. 130 feet fronting south by 172
rent leasa.or exchange. Your business 5 ft. beams. Telephone' A'Chafiln 'I
!
7anlm.] write X.:
Turner & Aymard call us up by phone'2U 'or call and I respectfully solicited i J. A.. WU- UNLIMITED amount ot money to loan & Co.. Milton.: Fla. 25mar::1{ deep on East Government street overlooking -

see u at 30 6. Palafox street. son. Real Estate Agent, :2% W.,Government 01 ; 0:1'an kinds of personal property. :, j{ Seville! square and Adanis,
L Real Estate } newspapers at five cents a bundl{I ) to business men FOR .
and Abstract Co. street Room 7 Special rates on.large SAI Household goods, bed L .street with on view of Pensaco.a
P>>,, 0.. Box 115 DeFuniak Fl Salisbury at, this office.! They are all clean leant, The New York Loan Co,,204 clothing linen ;
Springs,, a D. Hale Wilson & Co., building. Phone 172. 23jan and nice. Paiafox. % and' 'dishes. Apply'.I bay, $10,000 will buy the property.
south 531 E. Government $t. Zoinarim*''lapr.

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Lhousands. Each. Day wha Are Looking for f Bargains_


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SALE !t ... "MH .
FOR ; -- u -
I McMillan Bros. io.j -H-I !n f :-H= -
LIST PIANOSLester I } '" ..
BARGAIN ;:;
Piano mahogany flag order, I lAUSLEY .COMPANY .1 j

was $350 price now $275, used onlya 1
10 cash balance
few months. ? $8 Carload .0fBOthesda
:
per Irving month.handsome case !was $300 COMMISSION BROKERS t ..1 (
$215; very little used. Terms ?10 : ,
now

cash Clutter, $6 Per large month.handsome mahogany ,I I II WEST INTENDENCIA STREET, PENSAC01A, KA. I I

case- was $400 now $335A bargain. MOB ALABAMA.. .
.
Terms Atealin! $15, high cash,grade$8 per mahogany month. ;' was I k Private Wires N. Y.. N. 0.. and Chicago. i t: Water

$450 now $390; rented only few ,
JaaaOat; $20 cash $10 per month. I MARKETS ,

Sterling ebony case, was $350 now I| conONSTOCKSGRAINPROVISIONSandBONDS; I "' r4, ,
r
cask $6 month.
'120. $10 per Naval Stores J j
large size mahogany ease;
Clutter Bought and Sold Savannah Ga., Aril K. Thft'naval
used seven months, was: $400 now on Margin or for Investment.
stores market closed today as follows:
j*75; $10 cash $8 per month. ,,'1\Vl..o.. '.. .... ,... ....5.23
i iWG
Kimball, walnut$185 case,,$10'was cash$375 used balance o Reference I : First- National and Peoples Phone 1173 J\ \ ......-.:'...." .;..".. '... .. ..'....5 ..,0' I I. Just Received. ;'

two years, now month. : :::: N..,...... ..... .....-.. ........ .., jO..5 10 : .. . ". ,. .
$7 per ........04N00 NO -1' :
M.... "'_ ... .. ..... :... .:..-5 05I. .
All of the above are upright pianosand ..-....... ... .......' j I : > .
.5 00
them. "We 16 K. .. .-; .: '!. :. "'.
we guarantee from $15 to $45 have 50c Keep the Out ..? ....,.:.;- ..... .. .''. ...:...4 60 i',I IH. I :. So-:'-great has been the demand for this :-.;_ :
pianos Mosquito
square for ...... .. .. .... ... ........4 25
per week; good practice. G..... .. ... .; y.3. 90
CLUTTER MUSIC Pensacola HOUSE, Fla. Screen your office or house, with Burrowe's18meshwire F.... .. .. 'f' .......,.....,...3..8S excellent mineral water that I find it necessary : J ,

screens. They fit ani door window.. Made in E.... ,... .. ,w. '.c- ..;' '.:...;!:,.h80.;..' .
SALE-Second hand 25 H. P. ..:.. .. .: ....J. : ; .:. 3,7itU '.
TOR hard wood, soft wood metal. Sent 30 D.: ; .fl. : : =-. in
or .it
trial} to order
boiler. Will sell cheatp. Apply to on days ;; ,... ....,. ......... .......3 '70 carload lots. ,

;;ew Method Laundry. ISAprilIXR P.: O. Box 104-Phone ,1015. Best made. Spirits. Turpentine,-. $6 cents.. .! ft*, :. ....
: -
SALE--One new Kokens barber ,. .
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Call or chair write, also:3. A. 'S Billingsley veral mirrors.14 E. FEED MELLEN'S' CHICK FEEDTo HOTEL FOR SALE.MNNHATri. 1.t'S the Best Wa.t Earth T'

Government St. 13Aprillm :& on I II
FOR SALE--Full blood white Wyandotte your newly hatched brood. Why fill their HOTEL corner Bay,; I .
len and Garden streets, for,rent. Contains
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setting eggs, of Beacon 15.1"ew"of Boston very'tine strain v little rops.with jnealpr other soft feed that 23 rtjom furnished throughout.

$2.50 .. g .
For particulars apply to Hooton
cockrels ready for the yard. Address soon/packs and .sours, causing many fatalities, 'friend'and' t
& Watson. Stick
13apr3t to old drink
the water
]
your
Chas. Murray* DeFuniak Springs-, :Fla.Slmarlm when.amixture. 20 kinds of seeds andgrains I, ,

LUMBER FOR. SALE-'Sessoms-Whit. (, will furnish all that nature requires to make JOBBERS' QUOTATIONS"PEHSMOLA : : "which you are sure will do you good. It is the

ted Co.. Bonifay.tFla, 31mar2w.* them thrive., ,

FOR SALE.-A photographers outfit Telephone F. S. MELIIN fi' CO.. No.; 334 Tie following. were the PRPDUCE'j Jobbers'' original mineral water and .z fIt

Cheap. Apply ]Fisher Furniture -
store,-138 E.* Intendencia Si.-: :27niar ... quotations' on produce. yesterday, April;*
12: 'J i

OX THE HIGH L.-ND-Ea.st Hill elec- Butter, Western. Creamery 27 to.28c
tric car line, six lots 100 ft. fron.t Butter, Renovated..... .. '..21 to 22c. .: It is Healthful Refreshing Beverage
by 137% deep, corners $700 Inside THE KEY TO THE Cheese.. .. ... .'. .. .. ..15 to 15c' a
lots $600.) There are no better situations Eggs.. .. .. .: .. .... ....17 to 18c ,
than these, lots. A. V. Clubbs. Grown'GhickenCdbz.... $5.00:1:0: : $6.00,
Geese, per doz.. .,,.. .. ., .. ..,.57.50,
FOR SALE-One story building and Ducks, per.dozenv/ :. ;:$5.50 to $6.00
,bakery on South Palafox St. Applyto GATES QF -SUCCESSis Sweet Potatoes, per ''bu:. .. ...'..90c is bottled by the Bethesda Mineral Springs tJ

or address A. DOLustro..611.613 'S. Irish Potatoes" tier bu.. .. .. ,....90c

Palafox.'. City. Jlaprlw L Onions yellow, pef'bu.90 c to $LOC Company Waukesha Wis. and there is ,::1
FOR SALE.-Improved and unimproved \ Onions red, per-bu.;> 5 )0c to .$I.00 :i a
Florida head caSb'a'ge barrel .. '
one
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J. A. Wilson property& In Co.all, Real parts Estate of the Agents city. ready money. With ready money -in handthere's crates.. .... ......M'". ,. ,_ ,.$175: "new man in every bottle' .. J

situation Louisiana and .Alabama Cabbage: 2 ; .
Room 7, Salisbury building. Phone in the financial and business .
bbl crates.. ,,.Q*,:. .,, ,., ...>.|3.i0} -,. .
172. 23Jan world but that can be mastered. by its, Beets, per Ikuj \_.l,, ., .,. ....$275 ;'


from horses AUTOMOBILES Pope$500.00 to Mfg.keep Co.up.up.and They can am They sell cost agent can you less for be autos than run the courageous If you have .no money in hand, by"all .Carrots Strawberries, per,bbl.quart., '... ,...r''JlMaEJl .. .$3.00.30ca .'I :,Call: for It and Insist on Having It i i[:


is sand or anywhere a hors can go. means start a: bank account and add-the ARKEr

Leslie E. Brooks. nickels, dimes and quarters you spend :here The market .ofttinugs, -the ;sam.ehis '
FOR SALE-Ten new and second w= ek. with an upward
second hand office safes, different and there We will_add.fourper cent iri.oursavings'department. tendency.r ..ujThej.-inarkefc' 'Is. firm!n You should have it< -at your club at your t
,
sizes best makes at bargain prices. with .a feoodisrdemandevery, I '
Scarritt Moreno, office East Government stick of timber-being sold..as soon as Ii \'
St 2imarFOR. t. placed .on the-;nuket. fI the- receipts I favorite saloon and on your sideboard. ;
... the week '
SALE-An Installment businessin during were about 1,600. ... ; {
Pensacola 'With over'500 lease One lot" o? 9W pieces! sold< for. 30&} per I ,.'; "," .." r"J.. ._ ;.\.' .
counts. Will sell cheap for cash. Own.er foot _A sale of 3,0p'0 pieces" at' over.30cents ,. .. ..r.' : -.

has other business and cannot' attend FIRSTNATI6NAL BA'RKF was alsd"re>t. I )rte'd.:_ I I .: ., ,
to It. Address "Me," care this : .
office; SaprFOR .j AUSLEY A#ifs REPORTS A MOO'G i
;
Liverpool Cotton"Market. is. i
SALE-Choice Pekin duck eggs __
PENSACOLA FLA.: 9
$1.50 per dozen; Single comb: ..Feb:.........._...-:;..:..:...........:Cksean. .-.5.92 I -' -- :I .
brown Leghorn eggs 1.00 per setting.! W H.KKOWLM,Pres. W.K.HYIR Ja, V>Pres.and CaaMa&i, teb.-1ar......;.1....; '::; .. '..:.;_ .:. ::: j ;
B. P. rocks the same $5.00 per hun T.W.BR T&J1dW.N.RoIIIIR'1'8.: sst.Cuhler.; ... ... ...' .... Dl :Distrib "ter.
.DIBICIOBS:. -J' O'f.BrontW., A. Bloont w. H. Kaowles, "T. K.. Hyer, Jr.- Kw.- pail''J: < .i.itfi ::% u ......0.01
dred delivered in Pensacola.. 3 trios D. O. Brent. April-May.......<$,{w..... ...-..-..6,01Ut7 '
of ducks at $5.00 a trio. Plain directions aiis.r..vV.. ..>.....r..'..........B.OI! ; : 5
given upon request to raise poultry JuneJwlr't. ; ;..,...,.. .,..,.;..8.03 ,- Wholesale .Dealer J
In city lots successfully. F. N. .Ju1T'J.ugust, ..................._,' _. ...... I.Ol 5. ,
Howell, Box 36, Warrington, Fla. J.uU1-8ep\ember................'."..,....5.9(5( : ,
8ept '-October .. .. ..... '
S0mar2w vviv. :: ?&J8 ,
O0tobwNoT8nb ... Pensacola Fla.the .
5.73NovemberDecember i i.J'u
}'OR Si.-\LE-Shoe making and repairIng No. 111:! ............. ..-...6.i2 I
shop; established' trade; no C.W.LAMAR President JOHN PFEIFFE8. Asitetf,nt Cuhlir.U. Deoember4anaary .;...... ..........;...5.12, ,
competition; good opening for good .E.CURL Yioe-PresideM tad Cashier I.W. ANDREWS AMlttul CasHftr. Liverpool Spots,618. .
man. J. :Mindel Bagdad, Fla. _._._ :- ... _..
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6aprl6t New York. otton.Market.. _._ '
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FOR SALE-Registered Berkshire THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK Open Hlgli Low Close '
hogs; best of breeding. Ask for January 10.60 10.63 taco 10.63 markets that can be worried into
catalogue. Carl Setterlind, Chipley, OF PEN.ACOLA, FLA. Hal 11.23 11.31 11.20 11.29 covering and we do not consider the Marine Grocery Co.
Fla. July 11.1 t 11.23 11.18: 11.3 April\ rains or tha scarcity of labor ULLQT5.
. DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. August 11.02 11.04 11.02 11.04 604, 606, 608, 610 S. Palafox St.
October:............10.54 10.61 10.54 10.59 the cotton belt as furnishing a
CREW NOTICE. CAPITAL STOCK, $209,600 SURPLUS, $60,000. December.........lG.& 10.61 10.55 10.60 sufficient! bull argument! at the mo- Phone. '725.. EXDRIrSSRlr
.Neither the Captain, Own ? (
ers 'nor Consignees of the DIRECTORS. blew York Bpoti, 1L80 ment. i: V. J. VlD&LManag er.

a. British steamship Cayo Wheat. We had all of that kind.of talk two 'F sL
. .Bonito will be responsiblefor Henry L. Covlngton Frank Relily, F. E, Brawner. Open High Low seasons ago and yet the south planted THE HOME 'OF' GOOD THINGS TO _
debts contracted by the I J. M' Pfeiffer, W. S. Rosasco, C. W. La mar, wy_......78 94'79 Close the: heaviest acreage on record EAT / Y
crew of said vessel. i Bryan Dumvolyi T. F. (McGourln. J. R.Sounders, ..........-iSJ>t raj4 ysh BoSs\i and raised its bumper crop, of nearly 4.i2 +
W". WIDGERY. i A. ft'I' AverY. W. tI.Milton, 0. E. Maura, Corn. :14,000,000 bales that year and Just' Received: T
Gulf Transit Co., Captain. W. L.Cawthon Or. W. J. Hannah, Mttienzle Oertlng, Open fflga Low this too after excessive 'rain through iSO
Consignee. Alex tcGowln. C. M Covlngton M. E. Clark. ) ,.........-.48" S 47 4J$ .Close.4 cut the months..of May June and Halibut Chunks, Halibut Quick Lunch
...- July_........MX- 4flJi 46 tSft% July "At the present time most people 60 kite of fancy Mackerel. |1.25 per f
CREW NOTICE Accounts of Banks, 'Individuals,Corporations Firms Sof>olted. New York Stock Market believe! there Is plenty of cotton kit j 3u
Neither the owners, cap to go around this season but if the 50 kits Salmon. 1.5 per kit
tain or consignees of the Four percent Interest Paid on Tim Deposits. Southern Pacific.............Open 68K Close 68 visible supply goes on decreasingas 50/) kits halibut flns $U5 per kIt.
it: steamer Vivlna, will be responsible Copper..........? 111 110 4. rapiofly as during1 the past few 50 kits of Cod Tongues and Sounds- ,
for debts .contracted J. 8. .-. ISSJi 139Atoh '> weeks we may be up against a ?1.25 Per litBloaters

.vessel. by the crew, of. said .................. ... .........i1N4s.iN1N.... ........._.654 C 81- dred proposition thousandbales where only can a be few reckonedon hun- Codfish, Pickled, Milkers Salmon and Roes, Dill Herring Pickles, {
4.R. 169 158IL !
W.
E. :
I. fl. REESE> Praalflcat MENETEE. Casiler. German Sauer Kraut
end
BD1STINZA B.1'. 86 as the visible supply at the '
GULF TRANSIT CO., Captain. R. M. CARP VicePresidentDhectoret It*0 ..................,......1l8.i! 112J1i.86J of the season. Should speculationgrow : Pigs Flat in kits n.0d..
Consignees. THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF PENSACOLA. Erie........................... 5i! NHS and develop on the propositionthat Manewil and Lange's 'Fruit Cake
p- C.F.1'..................:..... 61% GUI the supply will,not meet the de National Biscuit Co's Fruit Cake, 25c'
CREW NOTICE.. < ,.J. Rover, J. 8..Reece. W. DeC. Kessler, R. M. Gary, V. 8........ .....S. 42K d2y mand,it is easy to realize that cotton per pound. CHAS. BLUM &CO
Neither the captain, own ,' W.;! A. P'Alemberte: A..Jennings, J. J. Hoot''. U.8. preferred........-.....1085 i-' 10713, will have a material.advance. We handle the celebrated blends of 517 AND 519 WEST BAY ST..
ers consignees of the ss. TRANSACTS A'GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. ._. There are possibilities which toffee roasted by the Gulf City Coffee. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
a "Annie" will be'..responsiblefor TOUft.ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED.L.IDLTO1Qt4BSBYPaasmza 1..6 N. ILe6d. H in the.next few weeks: Co., H. P.. Chipman, Manager.
any debts contracted by ... .+..... ..... ................. ......... ;:,. ......... ,.P t..!..... ,;.S8 T.. ).:&-. ia might the_,arise meantime the, smaller bulls Oax&ca, 35c lb.; Gold Standard, 25c ----.-
P.M......................,.; ..,., Ib Diamond Blend, 25c Ibl Golden
the crew of the said resHi ..... : "Ii. 1 are taking down their profits ;
'busy
Eel. 'Met........... .......t Rio.20cllr. '.. Florida and Alabama
genrally speaking iij
.. and the south
Can.Pac : : 172JJ 1172 fresh
Ml WIE. : :. T.S. WBLTiSS, VIOI-PBBSID ST.MANSTISU !. 11.T.0 .........;.... ....... 1433 l43i% view of the fact that planters ara Strictly sold roasted tIn this and as goodes
Master. }i K. US1INJ'LL.c.uBU, )MORENO> ,ssr.Citizens .04nnIa: P.O ...................,...;:. 95'. .'. '95" making strenuous efforts to produca any Coffee orders and city. lAND. COMPANY
PENSACOLA next'sefcson, is selling Send us your we frill deliver '
LUMBER CO.. > ... large crop
B'1'G 138 l81 j a .
National Bank time to- time promptly. Manufacturers of
Consignee.Pensacola 6.P.-.. 174;( 1iey. new craps from ;
of PensacoU, Florida.DIRECTORS. a.I.-.................. 714 4t1. It must not be overlooked thatseulatiofTin' and Dealers in
.B....;..._........i;...:. '40' the''newCrops on the LUMBER. SAWED CYPRESS SHIN-
... ... .Fp GLES AND KILN-DRIED SAP.
T.O'L.- ; :144 that thegreater
,1 small so
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Sea Andrews and Geo. W.W ighL Jl6TtiiBear. T.K.Wtlles. Blx M.Robinson. L. Hilton Gre a.. PeanAysley........-............... In!, -140" .long- side; Is very"of the -.contracts are ---- ----
BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED ...... .... part
4 ,CENTRAL. V.!'' ',' -,- "il .1S1J' who want the .cot.
by those :
bought
waif SAFES SAFES I SAFES! SAFES !
Steamship Con .. ton'"&11d are ntsingithe: ; options'! as ahedgft"against Spotlessly
STEAMER TARPON --:--- ( & Co's Daily Cotton Letter ? sales; Jo consumers. Buy Diebold Safes.
New York; April 12.-Today': : cotton w&er.5asvtte. sellers'l expect to buy Scarritt Moreno
. W. G. BARROW Matter. : actual cotton at a very much Cleanwhen Agent.
FIRST-CLASS PASSENGER Janeesei' markets w|r.3 exceedingly tame the to 4s correct
AND
:
Cary
y CO. lower pricewhich pos )!
C.ff "
FREIGHT SERVICE h ..JCT W den> affairs. Liverpool cables wer& 8 remains to t>e seen.< I
.
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-Dewaaa- Wbolnole and B UU D lcr ii lower onspots sales of 10,000 balesw / you open your }laundry -
PENSACOLA. MOBILE. .A PA LAC :ijla futures were reduced ,5 to 7 VVOODA111dnds
HI- StearnDomcsticAnthracite Attention! i bundle from the STAR
COLA. CARRABELLE ST. AN- C 0 A L I points. Our: :market opened a few .Sir Knights
DREWS. M8LLV1LLE.n arid blacksmith ipolntg lower but qickly.rega.lned the \, Coeur De. Lion Com I your linens will be Ironed that you want.
! all point on $t. Andrew Bay Ojjce:-Na::: -S- South Palifox street Telephone 93. Jess On horts. covering over the holidays .- \\\\ 7mandery No. .1.1 perfectly'smooth" and
Carrabelle and Apalachlcofa.' Yard corner Tarragona and Gonzalez streets. Phones 6 and 872 which begin tomorrow and \ Knights Templar will even all over, Every
SCHEDULE I last until Tuesday. morning: No' one attend .Easter services AND PINE
Leave at Gadsden St piece receives the most OAK
Feneacoia Hund&,. J:3o 1IR. \ } seemed to care to increase his line"until _
s for Mobile. AlL this: long period of idleness. was M.,E. church Sunday careful hanjilngr{
Leave Pensacola Tuesday, 8:30 p. Qve morning, April 15th; cheaper than you tan buyIt
.. for St Andrews Order You.rICE eleven o'clock. All anywhere. Any size you
) MUlrtUeu at
Apt. of The Star Steam
operators are
The generality
icalcola, Carrabelle and WOOD want
feints. intemediau- -- I GOAL and : willing to adhere to a moderately Sir Knights are requested
'the bullish position pending _the start of to meet at Laundry .
For additional item:
Information apply 0 J ; our Asylum at S:30a SEWELLPhone
the new but it is qUIte 'evident E. C.
crop
J. R. COBB J. K. S UND$ S. I Consumers'' Ice and Fuel Company. thsy can only be Induced to buy- on .. m. 'sharp.HARRY- S7 E- warden 8t Phcnt.lit

Gin Frt. and Pas s. ,18'6: PrM14tA I Oace-CorneirClJB ..aad Tarragons. Phone 251. come break from the current' level W. GIBBS. E. a Penaac r.. FIn 614.

Ptniacola, Ha. .... -- There is little or no short Interest in "W. HENRY J.'EEDHAM. Rea


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THE PENSACOLJI.JOURNA-L; ,,1 F"R ID.AYMORNING.: .APJUL. 13, i90i .

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., .i!,I Buy' Your Easter. ,f Suit, ; DISCHARGED (Peici1V

oman
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Your ,Easter Hat. _' .. l'!.
..4$1 -. \
offense was commited, it was there &sI

,Your f Easter Shoes Commissioner Marsh, Renders De fore under the regulations of the /f\4 l..
:a Seenatary' rf' the "Treasury, acting!

/Aw ; ? Collar andTie tailed Opinion in 'a:Case of under authority 'conferred" by. the Mt \\II LAN
Your Shirt, : of C ngresg' March- 31, 1900. (S eCircular
/rk y ? No. 9ft, TreasurY Decision
: from the "Old Reliable.:" The big Much ImpDJ1a nc. ,Vol 3."Page 545) 'Under/SecUon 2 .oj \1/ i

# 4 gest stock for you to choose said regulations' It .(l'zca1'\)5.' 'to be, unlawful
-- ;_ / p from. We've sold a many .a the hoarding' of any vessel,with ffw
-4r: i f 1 r man already, and it is to the late buy- IT IS HELD THAT NO CRIMINAL or without the consent.of th 'mater

X-4 : ers this ad'is directed 'fBE (excepting ,certain,' officers') until. tha
k PROSECUTION( CAN !FRED, vessel l.h. been prpperjy.! .inspected / LaLr11j1
offl"cers 5-.vr v.a-.vr'' 3fou
the aduratine
by customs .
ICATED ON CERTAIN
Your .
MoneyBuys REGULATIONS
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and placed In, security.. I beg w
; .' OF--THE .SECRETARY 'OF ,to call your ?attention : to the fact

I Full: Value Here ; that this offense is hot prohibited by .. .
1 THE TREASURV-NO.. OFFENSE any express' statute of tho' United ,.. .. .
3 b ,A dollar worth for a dollar alt : States, however, ualer the Act of 44 --
: \\ -t '1 ways. The best values; for"'the least AGAINST REVH3.ED STATUTES. March -31, 1900 Congress ''Provided
r V money., If it's a'$10 Suit you want we certain penaltle's for any 'one viola

*$ \ 'have it; if it's a $12.50, J15.00, 16.50 ins reg/ulatfons'/ ."to 'b-3 thereafter

? .or $25 Suit you can depend on getting United States Commissioner: ,F. w.1, made ,by :the Secretary' tbra 'Treas .
/ k all the Clothes value it is possble: to March yesterday discharged eJ:1: ury .c venng this topic; bat did nOl t may have

get for that amount Zelius and Sidney H. Bell, who, were declare! 'any'act ill3gal. Under the, '
.
: Straw Hats, 75 cents up to J5.00; charged with boarding a .vessel' before decisions bel w 'cifad this was3: I. T. -

ft 'n5Tk .. Panamas $6.50 to $\5.00. Fancy Vests an Inspection had. been mada by delegation of"legislative }Jbwer to the ,. : tileBeautyof t.
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< > *2 up to J7.50. Derby Hats np to $ .O0. the customs Inspector. Secretary '6f* the: Treasury1 to prescribe .
jfe LT1L. The newest and noisiest of Ties of A co \'ng to'the'opinion ot'the atft. deflne'; 'cn meS1 a- am'st the : -: .7 : : : Perfect Health

MSfi- every fashion, 50, T5 cents and$1.03. commissioner the vessel. bad been United Stats-to this -extent; and ;nol '.:.:

thqj _ moored before 'the \.defendants got. effective'to the, extent that-criming :
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aboard, but before a-l" lspect1on was al 'prosecution"':-'could --founded on The perfect woman} is the .' oman who has perfect
made. -?*:' th'jse regulations mad on this autbority. -

The commlsskmer! .states, If/. any '. In view of thee decisionsI health. Beauty is more than skin deep. Beauty is as deep as A
jIf THE JOHN WHITE STORESpecIalists offense was ccmmltted Was*under am constrained to hold that nc
is female
the regulation'of he Sjcrkary: of probable cause'ias been made oulbecause ,pure blood and a perfect digestion. Especially beauty
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the Treasury, actng: under authoritj "first,' that thy evldenw dependent on the perfect health. of 'the.delicate. female organism.
shows that offense \\\ committedUnder
no s
1bI conferred by act "of"congress of
in Men's.ear.. March 31, 1900. Section 2 of this I I Section I 4606 R. S. U. S., and If you wish to ,have .the beauty and attractiveness of perfect

rp4 205-207' SOUTH PALAFOX STREET act vessel, makes without it unlawful the const to board of any the I second be that predicated no criminal"on': those prosecutiojican regulation ,. .health, if you wish your eyes,to sparkle, your complexion to resume

master until the vessel 'has been in of th.) Secretary of the therefore Treasury 1 brilliancy, and your :whole body to thrill with the, glow of renewed
Vt3 PHONE 252 spected by the customs and quarin-! a1l the. d'efendants are, .

-t'T ., tine officers and placed! in ..security' discharged. I give .the: citations relied vitality take; that famous woman'smedicine: ,
T on .below, '
Such an.offense. J is not prohibited ,by
it _ _ -_ I an expressed statute of the 'United "Respectfulfy,
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'ZWL -' States, the C urt. "F.'W. MARSH,
says Congress
.1 m E. REESE J. MENDEL provided certain penalties for any: "U1it d' 'States Commlssoiner.The" *
.authorities.,. mentioned. are): LydiaE.Pinkham'sVegetabteCompotind
en.! violating regulations' thereafterto {
** SHIPP1NGTNE5[ made the ot the Morrili vs.'Jones, 106' United Stats
& be by: Secretary : "
$ Reese Mendel (
'Symonds
Treasury, covering the matter Issue 466' 'United- States TTS 12Q

1 ,; but de lared no act illegal:. He Un1ted.St te] 46 J. :United States va headaches backache painful
If have or
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pains IrregU-
Tha Home Tailors, Arrived. also declares that. no'offense against' Eaton 144 United '8tatei" 677EJ; you organic ,

r2i -- section 4606 R. S. U, 1&. 'was'.commit parte Kellock-165 United -States 585, lar female ''trouble begin with Lydia E.Pinkharn's .
Hesleyside, Br ss, 1617, Bedlin'gton, .: ..-. United States- vs. Blasingame, 168( periods, or any ,
ted. .
Las Palmas to"R.; M. Robinson. .
Fed.ep634._ "::3''f Vegetable Compound :at_ 'once. It will save 'you needless
'foal
Cleared.' Commissioner Marsh holds! :
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I3k Builders Loppersum, Dutch ss, 1277, Dull, th.3 action of congress was' a delea" > suffering. It will restor your womanly beauty.

for Greeuock with 1, 9"OOO.() ft sawn tion of legislative .power -to the .O.ffICIAlS'-Wlll ..
h timber. Secretary cf.the. .Treasury to prescribe "
DEAR MRS. PINKHAU:-Lydia-. Pinkham's:Vegetable Compound cured me of
and define crimes against the
14h4 LA IA of Spezzia Dinnamere.via-Galveston Ital ss. with 2538.2,200 Penco tons, government" to a certain extent,: and '. SIGN; CIT'.yj BONDSSIGNATURED a severe; and protracted case of.female trouble. After the health.birth of my little child this,
trouble began-but your-Compound-restorei perfect My girl is
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that
.. \, phosphate rock. not effective to the. ext nt. /.
I & 4 t. 'be now six years old, and I am a perfectly'well woman and as happy as a mother
t-, :t % Asunsion de Larrina a, Br ss, 269::, a 'criminal prosecution"could.made t : could desire to be. I I. give the entire credit, to ,Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetab!
Kramer. for Runcorn, via Galveston, founded on the regulations. r
OF MAYQR, COMP Compound. .i .
& Men's with 232 square bales cotton and. 3300{) Several. authoriUss in are.substantiation quoted by the"of I MRS S. R. BECKUAN, Cor. Murphy Ave. and Whitehall} St.. Atlanta, CaN ,
commisT-toner
tons- phosphate rock.VESSELS ., TRO'LLER' N.D' CHAIRMAN: OF
his opinion, 'which in, tuU' Js .as follows -
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Ju1 W J-CRT.. : .. ..s> ,, BOND .TRU'STE. S. TiO'BE woman: were' she a Vend- Milo, cojild. ntinue beautiful with a dragging

Steirr.aMp "Pensacola. Tla., April 12 190.6":, ." AFFIXED;:. Mrs. 'Pinkha'rrf invites all: sick to write to her for
female
\ Fine I I" United State : down complaint.. women .
% Ii Annie: Brit ss, Wie. 2445, Rio Janeiro 1fun: W..B. Sheppard $ .
n to Pensacola Lumber Co. I I ''Attorney, .Pensacola\ ,''''Florida.". : "I :;" advi e. For twenty-five years Mrs:: il1kham; daughter-in-Law of Lydia E Pinkham

,ytIcira Alpha, Ger Str,' 2693,, Brink. Huh to "Sir In the' matter of the prosecutions -, The pity Abends iHfvfc arrived and are ihas under her direction, and since her decease,been advising sick women free of charge.
order. yOu have be? ben"concHictinj 1... Hilton
in charge of Chairmair
A1 Clothes.New August Belmont, Br SS, Clarke., before "me as Unit d States' Commissioner Green,.of the Beard::: of Bond Trustees,,'
j 2967Bremen to "Gulf.,Transit Co. against ,AlexZelius" and Sidney -
This morning at 9 (b'olocK: MayorBliss Cures
Where Others
E. Pinkham's Ycgctab1c-ompound Fail
for violation of Sec. Lydia
Ascension. De Larrinaga, Brit Str H. Bell a. ,'Chairman Green' and'City Comptroller -
Kramer, 2693 Manchester. to Gulf 4606 'R; S.. U. S. and of Act Congress ,
tfeorge. will meet
and ol= T.Morgan:
up-to-date rtne Spring -
1900 and the-regulations-ol: .
Transit
Co. Macrh:31
Summer and Trouser the Citizens National Bank where -- ,. ... -
at, .
and Suitings
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Argo.Br 'SSe 1970, Dove, Buenos the Secretary of) the Treasury .made --
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ings. they will attach th signatures to the -- -
and confirming orally
Ayres. thereunder, my .
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Suits from $17.50 to bonds. P
$50.00.
Cayo Bonito Br ss., 2213 Widgery. announced oprnlon given to you this
Trousers from $5.00 to $15.00 Coatzacoalcos to Gulf Transit Co. morning I beg to statefurth that t Tie bonds must be in New York,, I F- :"i .. .- .- -, -
Join our Gentlemen's SuitTTcM1' -Clua Dora. Br ss, Mitchell. 1459, Buenos the prosecutions were predicated upon to, be delivered to '.Seasongood '& A'iAt ESTATETRANSFERS I", '\: -.
Costs only $1.5per/ month for pres: Ayres. the above cited Section and of the Mayer, :purchasers, on April 17. _

4irEI ing and small repairs. .Dinnamere, Ital ss. 2538 Penco. regulations: of the Secretary' of the Mayor 'Bliss' Mr. Gceen' and'Mr. Morgan '" .' I Many An Estate' Has Been lost Altogether
i Dyeing and Cleaning of men's anawomen's Norfolk to Gulf Transit Co. I Treasury. The proof...clearly showed will make:ever y'effort: to completethe Following, i is a' list of the deeds re
Clothes a specialty. Kerriemoor Brit ss Scorer 2109, that the boarding of the. vessels bj sfcning6t! the 'city 'securities to .
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f Give us a trial We will appreciate I Venice. :, these gentlemen' was after the ve-fr day., ... H -. ': 4b4.-- '.. corded yesterday reported by the because; of lack of ready money at the death of the own-
Pensacola Abstract Co: '
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your business. Loppersum,Dutch'.ss. 1276 Duit, sell had arrived'' and hag: bean com : Thcs.C.: Watson'to G. F. ere

c4 REESE-MENDEL TAILORING CO, terdam, to Pensacola Lbr. Co: Rot-I pletely moorad but before she had DON'T' PUT OFF lots T.to, 4, ''both" i inclusive, 'Williams'l You Should! 'Carry Life'Insurance to
Monsaldale; Brit ss 1783, been prot>erly_Insp ted and placed for tomorrow: what "you"can do: today. New "Tract, $300. .

Phone 675. 11 N. Palafox St.Morris Santos to H. Baars & Co. I in'safety.. It therefore appears .that If-.you put'off buyifl a. bottle of Bal- Duke qty Sawyer to C.-H. Alston, lot 2, Pro!ectYour;: : !' Estate. .
4't4 -- Rnnwick, Br. ss, 1840, Arkley: ,'Rio prosecution could. b.e predicated lard's Sao.w Liniment;.when that pain block 74, Dallas Tract, $26.J. ,\ '
\ Janeiro to W. S. Keyser & Co. under Section 4606 R. SL U. S. If any comes.:-jpu won't.baye any, buy a bot. S. Pfeiffer and Geo. Pfeiffer. Jr., We'll be glad to explain the various. policies to you.
Senator Holleaeen, Ger ss, Lange., tle today. A positive. cure for Rheumatism $ f
to Ralph C. Cushman, lot 8, block 14,
DannheisserFormerly 1232; -Cardiff. I Burns Guts; Sprains, Con. Belmont Tract J100. Insurance, Gen'l Ats
tk Spennymoor, Br, 1722,, SUIOWICS Bro'
ss Nairn T, S. Graham
= = c tracted-Mucles, etc ,
W. Ford lot 19,
: Huelva J.'C. Pebley to J. E. Fire, Life Pensacola tIi
1i.t Pr lrie-Grove, 'Ark:,- writes: '
j: ( of Dannhelsser Bros.) block 38; West King Tract,$. 10.
Pure Old Rye and Bourbon. Fine Vida, -Nor ss, 976 Arressen. Card "1 :wish to thank. ;you for the good T.I1L "", ", ,,,,,,__ _..
nas, to Hyer & Co. results I received from Snow, Liniment .. WHY "
1p 4 Wines, Beer and Tobacco. Vivina, Span SS, 1958, Bustinza,Liv- There Is No It, positiv l li'c red'me'of Rheu. : -
when Herbine,the
have torpid liyer
ti Old Hickory Whiskey MySpedalty erpool Co. via. Cuban. -ports- to Gulf TransIt -. .. matlsm'by all druggists.after.others'had. failed. Sold- only :liver .regulator, will help you? ....................................................
'PENUAOOLA.
h1pa. : There .Is no reason why you should i. :
1)if) 12'W.. ;Zarragoua Street. Orpheus, Aust ship, Medanlc-Tries L' .- 4 '. suffer' from Dyspepsia, Constipation, Iron
Works Co.
by Law. I Supply !
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:dug
: PENSCAOLA. FLORID te. Better Time Chlllil .and Fever or any liver complaints .and ;
"While in Berlin one hot day, said
when Heroine will
Ophelia--Nor ship, .1127, Larrsen, ." cure you. i: Manufacturers. and Repairers of MACHINERY AND BOILERS, :
..., 'Dunkirk.. a traveler, I stepped into a eombl.na.tion. F. C. Waite, Westville, Fla., .writes: : :
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FORGINGS, MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP
beer garden and. restaurant and chills
8arii. "I was sick for' a month with
Precursor*, Ital bk,. Schiafflno, 1508, ordered a glass otbeeJ."and some fruit and fever;' and after taking two'Bottles .: REPAIRS 'A, SPECIALTY. Prompt attention'given to all orders. |
day itsfor James
orniraL. Ag McKay & Co.'s celebrated Loand
Genoa to Rosasco Bro!." Than .Now The waiter &book.his h'ead.HTou of Herbine.'am: well and healthy." ( :
: Timber Dogs, also chains of all descriptions. Office 123. Rest-
I I Sdlllh, Ital bk. Zeno, 1220, South-- won't et fruit and beer to- Sold by all. druggists. phone J
!. ; '.. .t .' .. deuce'-phoneflOSSA P. ' ,
jt PANAMAS.Our hampton to Rosasco 'Bros.Starthein .; getaer la Berllh rr,*he said. "' ......... ........ ..e..&.... ......9......
,- Br bk, Maitland, 1272. 'Why notr-s1x:, REGISTRATION' WILL _
Antwerp.. 4 'It.is against.'the''law,' .the waiter "CLOSE: ..SATURDAY, APRIL 21 t

Schoonert. replied. There is a law here in Germany L C. SMITH S. BROS.
Donna Christina Am schJ McLeod is
To Feed Your CWck-l that no 'one is. to be.served beer Supervisor of Registration Scott -
.165, Cardenaan at, the"court house daily registering
Panama Hat routeisnbwopeh. and fruit together.- If a restaurateur '
Thog ::5. Dennison, Am sen, Wade. th s -who are qualified. The.registration VISIBLE TYPEWRITERS
1329. ; Baltimore to order.. ens With .the'( I breaks this laW.he. loses his license. It office will close at 5 p. m. April
Many men '
kt Union, Br.sch, 72, 'Tela, Honduras.A is a good law,' the ATS Her added. 'It Is 24'and'It.behooves those who are notregistered'to Machines Sold, rented exchanged

consider the Panama the based on good sound' nse Beer and 'do so at once, if they desire ( See or write
Thousand Dollar's.: :Worth' of Good."I Celebrated.CORNO. fruit don't mix. .They.are bad for the participate in the May Demo-

tKj; ideal and only summer have'been afflicted with' kidney stomach. Sometimes they cause death.' cratic.primary.; So far the registration U 8. BROWN, Pensacola,JTa .
arid bladder trouble for years, passing "Since that time,* the tourist ended, has been light, though it is expected -

hat. gravel," says"vA."H.or stones .with Thurnes excruciatingpain a, well l"l is have"( .a .strange never"'mixed idea, Isn't'It beer and, to fruitIt have' from now on it will be heavy. :............jj............................t.o..t.i ?.

They're right:too. known coal operator'of Buffalo 0. "1 food laws like that? :Suppose"cpngresa .

got no relief from medicine until I b-J- should passa law..forbidding: the eating -, i There's a Differencein *

t4 We've Panamas at gan taking Foley's Kidney Cure then at the,same meal-of Ice cream and
m the result was :.surprising. A few DONtTLET
lobster mince and
or pie plum pudding.
doses started the brjck-dust-like sub- I, i the Housework. i
What bowl would 'go'up.eh1"-N w :
tf $3.50 $4.50 $5.00 and
stance and now I have no pain across -
my kidneys and I feel,like-anew man. HEN--.1 : I I York Press. ,
111ii? : $7.50. Correct in shape, It has done me JlOOO'wortluof good.NFoley's : THE FRESH PAINT KEEP YOU i
'I Phhlng.. where a Gas Range is used. i
: Sponge
Kidney Cure will cure every OUT ,OF MY STORE.; YOU CAN. :
every one of them, andstyles form:'of.kldnsy or .bladder disease. W. The (Greeks are considered the principal'sponge NOT AFFORD. TO

A. D'Alemberte,',druggist and apothe fishers and if takt* much :
: The difference and
a1.I4 that-.ar approved FOOO.f' comes In the comfort In the kitchen
cary. experience, skill and hardihood to qualify .
8 MISSTHIS the ease with which the meal is prepared. Then the ai- :
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iI&f by the best.judges and I .a man for a fi class'place among ,, ter work Is. easier work because you have no dirt or *
GET A PANAMA;{: $5.00, $7.50 AND .. divers. Ma'ny.of.the most valuable .- '
sponge .. ., .ashes .to clean up.. Every user of a gas range speaks *
the best dressers. $10.00 ATf STANDARD. '. CLOTHING..- a 7 : Fat : 'specimens are found at. a depth OPPORTUNITY F PURCHASING .i well. of . COMPANY varying from ten to thirty-five fath A SWELL EASTER SUIT OF : ', .

If it's a Panama you're will mal4 your oms. To aid in the descent the divers CLOTHES,' TOGETHER WITH BALANCE ... _ *
Blinks Close Friday. f : make use of a triangular:'stone with'bole *' .OF OUTFIT: -
ttt! after be sure. to come The ,bnks'of this city will be closed chickens
lay 8t\d.\ keep In one through'which, I
corner a
Friday; April 13th in observance of Pensacola Gas I
here before you buy it. Good (Flrlday,' ] themhealthy, plump rope Is pllced. On reaching the deepsea THISOUTFIT Company

qj Other Straw Hats 50cto AMERICAN CntZBNS NATIONAL NATIONAL BANK BANK I: fat.Tryit clgthed ggrdenswberthjyock with marine growths,ledges the dlv are Iret41nIng ; I II I i Phone 148.. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. ?

PEOPLES BANKYIr.x I ., -, -- '-:-. a hold.oa his rope, dert r*' WILL COST YOU LESS :............ ......................................:
$3.00: NATIONAL! BANK. ously! breaks.away the holdfast of the'eponges THAN YOU IMAGINE. JUST COME .
.
i. -' 1.F.S& and places them under his ait IH AMD.GIVE ME A :

; : .' M.I ..1". !1ntIi'asucient load has been gleaned,
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Special :meeting of EscainWt when a pull oof the rope 'signals hii' .'CHANCE'TO Cards. ;
Easter Post
'Beautiful
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}.odge.No.,15, F.. & companions: above that he is ready to .

7SO p. m. Friday, April 13th-.J ascend;, and be Is then, hauled to'the
I&4J V. Work In'M 1f: Degree. VIsit. The Lewis :Bear Co. .urfice-. bearing hit ocean treasures. '. PROVE ALL I SAY IS TRUE, Large numbers of the most beautiful Easter Cards ,5 cents-mall
O.ANS"DN
: H Ing embers .are cordially invited. BOTH TO THE MAN AND BOY. them to your friends. Fancy- Easter 'cards 5 cents to 25 cents each
a .. c: a BEYER W, M. i The cutest little rabblU ;you ever saw 5, 10 and 15 cents; Chicks 5to
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4 : W, Q.'DAILE.Y.: See: 25 gents! ;-China.-,Eggs 5 cents to -%5 cents.
Wholesale Farmers railroaders
CASH CLOTHIER Agents! mechanics;
1 -'* borers rely on Dr. Thomas' Eclectrlc Jos. Coleman

Career Paiafoi tod Uila $10.00 GET AT A' PANAMA STANDARD; $5.))0,CLOTHING$7.50 AND Pensa oIa,._. F'' .rI4Ii I, .' OiJ.! :Takes".tlie; sUng: "out' .of .cbts' : CD& Bookstore.

burns or/rt:/ >ruisessiat once. Pain c !I. .- "". .. ass. 313 South fMMo Street. Penitent

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