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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 14, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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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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SPEAKER CANNON I CONDITIONS IMPROVE! GREENE GAYNOR R CITY BONDS ARE ,SIGNED I 5



I IN HIS ELEMENT IN' VESUVIUS DISTRICT BY PROPER AUTHORITIESCONFERENCE



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Dalzell and Williams Clash Over Director Metteucci Believes. Volcanic Calm Era of Public Improvements Will
GREAT[ INTRESTI [ DATE[ OF f SECONEFORPEACE E

Certain Sentences in Speechof Will Reign Within the NextTwo BYSPEED y: [[ Undoubtedly! Soon Be Inaugurated



Hopkins, of Kentucky.UNPARLIMENTARY. I N ALABAMA or Three Days.: [ [ =


Each Defendant Will Have to y3
MONEY NEXT:
has di- WEEK
By Associated Press face of the volcano sensibly

Naples, April 13.-No better evidence minished. The electric; discharges Years in Atlanta
Serve Four
ELECTION[ of the i improved condit'on: of affairs ceased today and the discharge of f R r[ aF
in the section affected 'by the lava was less abundant. From the
Was Ordered Stricken erouption can be presented than the presumed formation'the crater and: Penitentiary.FINE Securities Must hem New York

Language following telegram from Director Met i other indications, and if the news coming _

the Record.SOUTHERN teucci, sent this evening from the ob to me is true, of the cessation of April Seventeenth.THREE .
from servatory on the side of the volcano: lava flow at Eoscoetrecase, I predict; OF AMOUNT EMBEZZLED IS Toward
Sixth District Excited Over Bank "Last night and today the activityof with reserve that within two or three Important Step Agreemen

Vesuvius and agitation at the sur- days.a volcanic calm will reign." ALSO: ASSESSED AGAINST EACH

FAST MAIL SUBSIDE')' head-Ho bson Race for Congressional OF THE ,PRISONERS-TEN DAYS Taken by Secretary of f HUNDRED BONDS OP


RETAINED IN POSTOFFICE CHARGED BILL Honors FRANCE WANTSSATISFACTION RETURNS FROM GRANTED- ..-FOR, FILING BILL OF State Root.By $1,000 SHIPPED EACH TO WERE THE METROPOLIS SIGNED AND

-TILLMAN FILES .
EXCEPTIONS
.
MOBILE ELECTIONGIVE Associated Press OF THE NATION LAST NIGHT,
AGAINST THE PRESIDENT'S APPOINTEE Special to The Journal. Washington April 13.-An impoi

FOR WASHINGTOI Birmingham;. Ala., .April 13.-Interest tant step toward agreement upon ;a WHERE THE MONEY FOR THEM
is at, fever heat in the contes i By Associated Press. date for the assembling of the secon .
WILL 'BE PAID.
POST"'A" TERSHIP. tor the democratic",congressional non By Associated Press HAMBURGER ABOUT 75 MAJORITY .I Savannah Ga. April 13.-Benj. D. Hague conference was made today;

(nation between John H. Bankheadthe Paris, April 13.-The attitude of FOR, THE STATE Greene'and John F."qaynor'were sentenced : when Secretary Root informed the ,
Russian government that the convenience -
present incumbent and Captaii France towards Venezuela has not by Judge Speer in the Federal
By Associated Press. of the United States would be The recent issue of 'cftybonds arrived
Richard Pearson Hobson. of Merrima
In General,
changed consequence SENATE.
ipf in the
Washington, April 13.-Speaker Car- fame his opponent in the Sixth dls Castro's, retirement. The French Court today to serve four years served by the selection of any dat yesterday afternoon and were

non was distinctly in his element today trict. Captain Hobson before the primary government is determined ,to await a Federal prison in Atlanta and to pay after September 20 next. This dat, delivered by the express company to
indication pointed to takes place, which is schedule! propitious moment to seek satisfac each a fine;of 575794.90 the amount I was -mentioned because it is calculal
Chairman
when L. (Hilton Green of the
every precinct in the
Returns from ed it would mark the conclusion of
23 have manner which Castro every they charged with having embez
for April will spoken'ln ever; tion for the in- are
a clash between Mr. Dalzell of Penn county and precinct in the district treated the French'.Cable Companyand county with the'exception of two will I the Pan-American conference at Rio< bond trustees about 5:30 o'clock.

sylvaala, and Mr. Williams, of Mississippi Congressman Bankhead his campaign 'M.. Taignyl, give ')lax _Hamburger;a maj9fltyyer zled.WIth allowance of three months off Janeiro and would give the delegate: There are 300 bonds in all, in de-

over the use of certain sentence! managers and his son have stumped Y Walter F. -Walsh for state senator of each_ year during which the behavior f there an opportunity to attend at The'. nomination of $1,000 each which ara

in speech by Mr. Hopkins, of Ken the district also.. prisoners may be good the sentencesmay I Hague in cases where they were engaged numbered from 1 to 300, consecu '
election! of
a votes: The
PROMOTIONS IN ,about 65 to-70 three The to represent their 'governmen
to
reduced
be years.
Colonel L. B. Musgrove, of Walke ; tively.: Tne bonds
engraved on
tucky. : :' Hoffman to the .in both conferences. ;are.
Captain Hobson's A. S. Lyons and F. O..: fine .need not be paid if, on' completing
Acrimonious words were general. county campaign legislature is assured but, it will take sentence, the prisoners 'make affidavit regular bank note paper the color
manager stated here today that he,, THE U. S. ARMY .
The debate grew in intensity of expression who is the that they have not more than South Anjertcan Delegates. if the ink being black and grain,
did not believe that Congressman the official'count to decide ,
and Minority Leader Williams twenty dollars. An appeal will be Washington April 13.-An effort Is: he: latter predominating, and each
Bankhead would two counties in
carry it stands this afternoon
third man. As being made to secure the admission of
order of, the court grantsten
taken. The
severely impugned the motive; the district The only thing in the By Associated, Press. Norville has a slight lead ,over days for filing a bill of exceptions, South American delegates on equality; bond contains sixty. semi-annual' interest -

of Mr. Bennett of New York, who had opinion of Cot Musgrove, that can,di Washington, April 13.-Lieutenant: Darner but.it is thought on the count with the others at the second Hague coupons good for $22.50 each,
joint resolution feat the young naval officer is unfai .General Batts will retire tomorrowat conference by allowing their governments being one half of the yearly interest
secured the passage of a methods at the polling places.' Conpressman' noon and Major General Henry,C. ,that Darner will be the .winnr. BANK PROPOSED TO to adhere formally: to the arbitration m each security. The bonds in ate-
some days ago, waving the immigratIon Bankhead and his polit'ca! Corbin: will succeed to the rank of I' The "election ot'John T-, Bauer John I agreement by the first Hague attractive': '
laws in the case of an idiot' Friends are confident, that the congressman Lieutenant General He will serve in Cowley and John D.Jiagan.hasbeen: conference. sign are very

Finally Mr. Dalzell was drawn Into will ,defeat "Captain Hobson that place only .during the summer,' assured. Craft is beaten 'ty at least I REGULATE RATES Not Superstitious.

the! discussion and a clash seemed imjninent by a larger majority than when the however, and will hi turn be suef.eed.i 15()' majority. There'was some talk Notwithstanding that yesterday
the Pennsylvania two last opposed each other. Th ed by ''Major General MacArthur who: on the street of -a contest by Craft but: MAY ORGANIZE ATEAC"ERS iras Friday Good Friday and tlwL3th
between ]
campaign has been hard fought? and :will probably be the last of the it is not thought thathe; will ask for of the month sentiment '
and superstition -
cad illssssippian} when Speaker Cannon at ,times' bitter.,. Captain., Hobson is lieutenant generals! at least until it. In the-.Rrgister' this,morning he'.said By Associated' Press : '
ASS'N. Cwere
York 13. It is reported wad.
New April thrown to the ;
ordered both gentlemen to their continually assailing Col. Bankhead': another war.. .
he would not 4uestlon Hagan's
that the proposition ,to establish nd the,' bonds were immediately
:
record,.and the >latter'and his,friend: -
seats and directed that the unparlia election. '
-I .a I a bank with a capital of thirty million big ta a by the proper: authorities.: A
mentary language used, by both be': ridicule,Jhe! ideal of the former; FAMINE AMONGRUSSIAN From all the returns the school commissioners dollars, for the purpose of regu Journal representative: was present
CLOSER UNITY IS DESIRED B\
stricken from the record. elected are Herman W ]ating money and exchange rates whey ,the signing begun and wit

The postoffice appropriation bill ANNUAL REPORTBEING Leinhauf L. D. Holt and Dr. E. L. during times-of financial stringency, .- PROF. J. H. FINCH OF MUS-' jessed the necessary signatures to
PEASANTS Marechal.It is: under was completed during the day, after i a is thought that the Democratic connected with the Stock} Exchange COGEE. 'signaaures ,as follows: Chas. H,

roll call on the southern fast mall subsidy -'- DISTRIBUTED executive committee of the county will I and by the National City Bank. Bliss, Mayor Geo. T. Morgan, City

provision which was retained lithe ; By Associated Presn. be, asked to have ''Box No., 1 of the Comptroller; C. E. Merritt, City
Kharkoff' Russia, April ll'::"'The''' Eighth ward counted over. There area Mississippi Stationary. ]lerk; L. Hilton Green Chairman
billFILED famine among peasants in. ssveral number of friends of Walsh who say Memphis,' Tenn., April 13. 'After arise Prof. James H. Finch principal ol rand trustees.Mayor .
The annual report of the Chimbe: assumed acute three and five.tenths the Muscogee school favors a greater
provinces has an that some unintentional error may marking' Bliss used the sam pen
FORMAL 'CHARGES of Commerce complied hy Secretary, phase. The grain is gone and the have been made. The committee will feet above: the danger line the Mississippi unity among teachers. With such ar. rith which he signetf the bond ordinance -
W. C. Jones is being distributed. without bread. Hun- river is stationary tcntey.' end In view he has a plan for the"or.ganization
AGAINST Bl'.F. BARNES peasants are also be asked, it is reported, to recount last year. It is a gold penJmounted
The report includes the annual I'dport ger typhus has /ppeared. Mortality 1 Code box.-iMdbile Item. The' crest of the high wave has of a county teachers' asso on a handle which was originally -
a of the body% which was published is especially %ge among the chil -' passed and a gradual decline is now nation. His ideas are embodied ii the stinger of a stingaree.
Washington, April 13.-Senato 1:. in The Journal at the time! of Its dren. Appeals, for aia: say that thirty Souvenir ,Program. predicted. The levees have remained the: following circular letter which is, The' pen used by Comptroller Moran -

Tillman today filed formal charge: :.! submission to the officers and men. cents will preserve the life of a ,Thx9 Journal Is In receipt of a souvenir Intact and the probability of a serious self-explanatory: ; was presented to The Journal asa
of jers of the Chamber of Commercen child for a week and ninety cents program of the International flood has disappeared. "To the Teachers of EscamWa i souvenir and it now occupies a
against the nomination Benj. F.j I [: addition there is 35 append;; that of an adult. Association of Chiefs of Police,. which County-Realizing the need of Barnes, assistant secretary to Presl I 'which shows the exports of cotton .trfll terminate the anuai session in English Author, Dead. greater unity of effort among the .

dent Roosevelt to be postmaster at sawn timber hewn timber, lumber, Strike Spreading. Hot .Springs, Ark., to-day. The program London, April .-Richard Gar- teachers of our county and a more The signature to the bonds was
Washington. These charges relate to< takes, other wood goods phosphate Paris April 13.-The Postal strike\,> is the gift of Chief of Police nett the English author, died toaky. perfect understanding with respect tc witnessed by W. K. Hyer, Jr, who
iobacco: coal, naval stores, spirit.3I : is spreading here and in the prov Schad, of Pensacola, who is attanding of internal hemorrhages. He was those fundamental principles and processes epresented the United States Mortgage
the expulsion Mrs. Miner MorrIs: urpentine; 'cotton seed products cotton : old' lie the foundation of New
inces : the, meeting. seventy-one years. which at very ; and Trust Company,
from the White House by officers. I seed oil mil! other artIcles. I of our educational work, and believing fork, with which' the bonds are tobe
The I The close proximity to' the Panama : that some of these needs maybe temporarily deposited. Mr Hyer
charges number four: First ,
I
anal: is mentioned, which shows of ideas it that the signaturesre
that 1 I met by an interchange : kill certify to
Barnes is lacking in gentlemanl
] h the nsarest Ameri' "
that Bansacola '
and opinions such as would res'uItfrom genuine.
consideration for ladles, which caused san; seaport to Colon, Panama. Th( a meeting in public assembly' of The signing of the 300 bonus required -

him to order the expulsion of Mrs.I. deep water ports are also shown and, the teachers of the'county I have secured some time, but when it was
Morris from the White House office; Rensacola is fifth, following Ports : the approval of the County ompleted they were at once sealed
last nouth. N. H., Portland, Me., Boston I Superintendent, Mr. N, B. Cook, of a in a package and delivered: to the ex- '
January without Justification;; of!
depth :
New York. A greater that there
md plan looking toward the organization tress company, so maybe
that he saw the order executed in a water at the entrance: of the .chapel of a permanent teachers' county as3o> no chance of the securities not

brutal l manner, without interference;; Is here than at Baltimore ,New: A t tI to elation, with regular bi-monthly or, caching New York by April 17, on
Orleans, Galveston and in fact an 1 which date they are to he deliveredo
that he lodged charges of Insanity;] except the four. juarterly periods of meeting where
Xmertean seaports I. such subjects as seem most vital to the purchasers.
I.mantioned. ;
against her, causing her to remain In I More
One Step.
-" be .I' Only
the interests of the public may
:prison for four hours and that he< The report which contains valuable* : discussed."It There is now only one more step

made a statement to the press which] .iformation Is being sent broadcas fully has been decided to hold an institute .icfore the money from this bond is-
hroughout; the country, in a'neat ue will be ready for use. The bonds
was full above outlined -
of falsehood. for the purposes :
nvelope, which has vital intormaJon bends mint! be delivered, as per con-
20th
at Muscogee, Fla., on the
Pensacola printed 01 will then bt
regarding I.tract, and the money
Jamestown Exposition. and 21st of April nextTeachers I '
with the Unite
he: back. -laced on deposit
I attending the Institute j jI
\.tales Mortgage amt Trust OompanJ;
Washington, April 13.-The house I will be permitted to suspend their j I lof New York, where it will be sub;
OFTHE + schools for the day.
SUMMARY I I ect to the order of the bond trusees. -
committee on industrial arts and expositions 1 : '
"The entertainment at Muscogeewill
.w I I The work of sewering and pawPg
today voted to report favor W/EATHER/ ( \ 1 be free for the teachers, and it is'!i the city and building the city
ably the bill for government partici sincerely hoped that you, may be pres'hall can then commence just as soon

patton' in the Jamestown exposition V ent."If I as contracts for same are let, and
) td i r/ you think it ]likely you will attend ha era of public improvement will
'
The
amount carried in the 'till is one< The weather continues pleasant \ kindly write me at your earliest have begun in earnest.

million four hundred''thousand dol yesterday convenience, so that we' may'be' enabled -
The maximum temperatture l P ACsjtt7THt
lars. i ; to prepare a pro'gram.
74 degrees at 1:30 p. m. jus
Amendment was "Your for better schools. BIG FIRE AT'T"ELEXINGTON
to Rate Bill. one degree warmer, than the previoui f
!
"J\S.; H. FINCH
67 degrees -
minimum was
lay while the "''
Washington April 13. fienato: 4' degrees higher "Principal of Schools Muscogee Fla/ TRACTBy
Morgan at 6 a. m., ,, I ,
today offered an amendmen than" Thursday. .
to the railroad rate bill providing foia Observer Reed in his' report of the, 1 11p'f DIED AFTER

review by the federal court of find weather conditions yesterday said: jI

ings by the Interstate Commerce Com. "The trough of low pres8ure is grad Associated Press
mission iially moving ,eastward, overlying th< ( J p BALL GAME Louisville, April 13.-A dispatch

Surveyor General Of Florida. ountry: this morning from ,the, west from Lexington says: : Three stables
Washington, April .The presi. gulf northward through Minnesota;; ( at the Lexington track and five cots
dent today sent to the senate the nom it; is still attended by showers anc ----i ) By Associated Press ages were destroyed by fire late today -

''nation of Charles H. Parlin. 'as sur Ihunderstorms. Local showers' and i. : : 1)1 ; St ,Louis, April 13.-Henry G, Pas.chall together with ten horses belong
ve 'or : ) to George W. Bissell, of PKts-
general of Florida. hunderstorms have occurred in parts "" a wealthy bachelor, died from lng
jf Florida. East of: 'the Mississippi! : f- 1 1. heart disease last night as a result ,urg, Pa., and James Baker of Lex-
: uf excitement after watching th ngton. The loss is estimated at.
river and from the Rocky :Mountains 7/ //fi
HOPPE WINNERAT westward the weather has remainec t D yN thirteenHnning ball game yesterday fifty thousand dollars. 9
.central over b tween the National League teams
'air. The high presure
fa1l9\vhufthe dis i i iY Wyoming Is closely 1''+ i Dallas, Tex., April 13.-Mrs. G. W. i
BILLIARDS ,urt which is passing thrqu'jh J the ,
>ance FOOT BARRANCAS ANDPENSACOLA souls, mother of Professor M. H.
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Missouri valley and temperatures 501 SUNDAYA 1 orris[ principal of the public
,fallen -
# throughout the slope'r lonave committed
/ schools at Rice, Tex.,
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By Associated Press. decidedly having; reached' .the fast game baseball in anticipated uicide late yesterday evening by

\ NuYork, April 13. Willieoppe treeing point in ,western e1).raskawhere .. The s j PVTz I. IL 3 l Sunday afternoon between the'ort hanging herself. In health is givens
to snow M
rain has turned ; : for the act.
the young American expertwho a Barrancas and Pensacola clubs the cause
holds/ the world's championship widest reported Is''r 14. degrees from I I y4 dllD i DY A Yf? There is en Intense, but friendly rivalry '
title at 18,1 billiards defeated Ora Yellowstone Park. between the teams and an ex- Minister Commits Suicide..
Siorningyt! in the afternoon game "The showery conditions, over the jeltent game is expected. .No ,admission Dallas Tex., April 13Rev. B. F.
of the international tournament to- rest will continue 'to;advance eastrard S i will be charged and those who Jagett, a prominent Methodist minister -
dayThe and cause, showers over this national committed suicide: in the couny -
score was 500 to 207 and njoy the great sport can :
the game was finished in the twenty Icinity tonight :and_.:Saturday, ,""becomng get their cissire filled by traveling to jail at Hillsbor last night where he

sixth inning. Hoppe played in a .colder Saturday.-=The' winds.along RBVOLUTiaXISTB MAY HAVE BEEN SUBDUED-BUT THE CZARTS POSITION-JUST fort Barrancaa Sunday afternoon. !::ad ben confined owing to his mind ,
masterly fashion allthe way he West Florida"eftaif vill. be :fresh THERUSSIAN i' '", Plar-w.il! be called at 2:30 o'clock. aving; been unbalanced.
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'm f Birmingham assumed to* lead in aI

,t' the Southern League pennant .'J'8cct.I "f... ., ,., .
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Zjt'f?.;!.d; yesterday by winning the third ;._ ..-'1 l-; .. .... .

t. tribe ttraight did game actually from core Nashville.' for th*Fine's first < :' :". $J,000 reward wHTte, paid for die! detection and conviction of any person:far persons '- I ,

i : zzz time in three days. Vaughan has eviiI' t'1 bottles imitation similar and offering
oently selected a strong team, for roUnd refilling our drputtingup goods in bottles to ours, o.,

_;ta .i: Birmingham. If the Barons can keep h for sale as Duffy's'Pure.Nlal :Wniske.,rBi timlae6t6& Rochester, Y.
iiw=:- up the gait they have started they =.:: .
'i1j :o.jJ f. will be among the leaders at the ...
f.... '+>.{\ termination of the season. Montgomery _-.... .-".... ,J.(

..r 'f'*. ': "j ur( extra inning and Atlanta game of played the season the first in 3 '

.; !: \Jtl the south. The Climbers and Crack- i I. '
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;b-W. ,l ,ers battled for thirteen innings and > Duffy's POri hiskey 'Iti
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4"i, 1i !when Ight fell both clubs) were tied, .
r Jifl: each having secured two runs, ,
::;'t ks{ Jupiter Bluvius butted in and put 1- '
if :u" -; I; a stop to th@ contests between 1I

; !' '.. Shreveport and Memphis and Little \' I% :--j. is" the n/! true, .med'aria1 r whiskey that! is commended by chemists for its absolute!
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;' In the National League Pittsburg '' ,, ==__ -. purity Being entirely free-from fusel oil, it is the one whiskey recognized as a

.r fi:'?.r' -I and The Chicago Beane .ters are again tied for trimmed first place theacv t I ..._------:J 'medicine.. Uniformly prescribed by physicians of all schools as a tonic stimu- i 4 # .

.i, idispised Trolley Dan gersr' Brooklyn, ::= = lant., Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey is used exclusively in the foremost
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1 and Cincinnati, proved easy money

"rb'.l ..t4...; Champions for Chicago.were, New defeated York, the by World's Philadelphia : .... ;::EL.-.::. hospitals 'A boye all it* ..has a, record of f cures unparalleled in.the .i, ,,

:+ h' 'j! by $' margin: of ., run inf' '-::---------------. ... histor/of medicine for diseases of "thethroat and lungs, dyspepsiaand' ,'

1il: ten innings. Rain prevented the at. all stomach troubles' nervousness malaria and low a '
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''Birmingham' 8 Nashville 3. ,
,: ;tllil" :Atlanta 2; Montgomery: 2.Thi. ir- I. t R < 1
( i1\q'4., ;' teen innings. { .-/ "t

{ p.;-:.'!*:-r;. ,New Memphiseihreveport Orleans.litUfe.Eock' ,, rain.. ,rain_ j-E-- .i' ft/%% 1g1

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ifetlf, !Philadelphia ?;. New York''4.* (Ten : ,
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i:t J4 1 Boston 7; Brooklyn.4..'. : : ;' ". ; -- -
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i,r'" i; Tech, won to-day fromVanderbilt E 'M T
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t i University in.one of the most exciting :; :" : .; }.' :"
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'r .; 'fThe contest was witnessed by a ;.: ,?/ re "of cheap imitations and \' /-,-) i
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lr-; H,, large and enthusiastic crowd: which "" "
y.;. ; vas largely in favor 'or Tech. The U .::. : /;/ ;- ; .. : ,;so-eaUe4 malt! whiskeYSu1islilutes.l t" > .

ig'-:: game. terminated I 5) to 4, \ .'. *; :-. ;';' ;.They. are harmful. Demand. Dufrys.; Ir ,. U" '
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Bam Eirmtaghami .. ... ..3 0 1000 '
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!I' ._ (Atlanta .. .. ..... ..2 0 1000 --3 medicinahealth-giYingqualities.} t DufrysForeMalr.
.01.t,.- New Orleans .., ...1' 0 1000 -
; Whiskey: sold in sealed bottles only never: in bullSy A
, : $ 1J'i.: {Memphis ,.-. ." ... ..1 0 .1000 : $jY9 q a
;i '-:1* > ," Shreveport) '.. ... ... ..0 1' 000 U. refJ.0 The Duffy=; .bottle is .patented and ;has, "The.D, ffy Malt>. .
l 'LV 'IL tUe" RockMontgomery ,, ... .0 1 000
I,m\l W $'i Nashville .. ... .. 3 000 ... / 4P
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t. ;1.iifi; : ... -. that the newspaper"Duffy's Annual, is wrapped around the packagBe ; U '

:;h'j" :] National League.Won Lost Pet. .I(> certain. that, ,the. /_seat. over_ the> cork' is unbroken., Again, look for the>, xx '

! rr; (Boston .. .. .. .. ..2 0 1000 trade mark, 14th.e/ Old jQieniBst/ the label! -These" are.-the safeguards! thatstand trt, ,
: i .. .. ..1..2 0 1000 r w {?
ms& Chicago:Pittsburg ... .. .. ..1 0 1000 h...-...-r ::_ for purity and 'health. Do not accept :the_ medicine unless they are 'Present; a>",furs ?runu'rtrr ,rt't"

}:i h y :fi' Philadelphia New York.,..?..... ...1.'1 1 1 500 500 .....-... '_. At grocers'>*d drBgista.:or ditto; jL )"a -1\ r1[Medi lbooUet_ free by addressing Dufly's MaltJVVIuikey. Co.., 1chrst ...N.._. ,Y II k4t'tit{tit 4 iplgjttlrnvrgNd yb, {ern.aY{, CCUMUlf-HiuavjCif+,U11'SIN l urn e'''I Ar rid ttrl'+'

$.fl1 r Ft, Louis ..; .. .. ..0 1 000 {
t t 1rAA1 t Brooklyn .. .. .' ..0 2- 000 L. r .
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1 Cincinnati.0. 2 ()I 1''G '
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.t. ;r 1tf 7 About Rheumatism. ., .. '.. ...
B jf.; There 'are few diseases that inflict 'l> > ,. ..
11 more torture than rheumatism and
mJ. there is probably no disease for whichR
,. ,.. .f,1J; I such varied and_ useless___u__ n lot_ of__ rem-_ AO-SIMUJS OX-FACKAG>C: AS SOLD. )FAC.:SIBILE OF! BOTTLE*
,Cl't Ff 1 : edles' have.Tbee1: .suggested. To'say- ,
that it can be cured is, therefore a -. -: } .' T"I ,, -
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i9 'I y"y 'bold statement to make but Chamber. -' : : 'OLaOdKS
\Vachinrtaa an 1 lain's Pain, sale,Palm has, met which with enjoys great an suc-extensive I DeFUMAK Washington received' from. Harvard I Miu 'I la the.:Clearings l !J the log house Is a A good 8 day Parlor ,Clock. . . . . .. ... ... . .$5.00A
college the honorary degree of doctor of rarity because' the portable sawmill good 8-day 'Parlor.Clock, with alarm $3.00
klac. cess One application in the treatment of Pain of Balm this disease will re; l aws. The distinction was Toted by 'goes along with the timberman and 8-day Mission Clocks; '2.75 to . . . . . .. .. .. .$5.00RepairiJig'at

4: } x';. Here-the pain, and hundreds of sufferers the president and fellowsjof the collegeat slits the log into framing and boards reasonable prices.
c; hare testified permanent cures Special to The Journal. the meeting it.Watertewn April 3, Special to The Jourrul. for the dwelling-whIle you wait. And J. F. DAVIS JEWELER, at Coe's Book Store.

'-4$1 "by Its use. Why suffer when Pain DefFuniak Springs :April 13.-A 1776, "as an expression of the grati- Milton April 13.- ln. W. W. -Alien i the people are even in touch with the
; Balm affords such quick relief and numiber of our young :people went fora tude of this college for bis- eminent an old resident of Milton' expired vrorjd.} : If they have no time to plant

costs but a trifle? For sale by all] barrack ride Monday night, Mr.: services In the cause, of his country Tuesday at her home on Berryhill street telephone. poles! they nail the insulatorto ; SHOE STORE
afternoon
at 4 EOPLE'S
d gglsts. and Mrs. Rogers acting aa chaperons.Mrs. and to their society" The signers'were a lingering illness and o'clock her remains after trees and run the wire through the The

a ,; Sprague;; had a few friends to President Samu$l- Ion. Nathaniel were interred in the Milton .woods. In' the old daye of th! "plains
,;masj tea Monday; those present being Dr. Appleton,,oJ\n-Yf1 i rap,. Andrew El- today. She leaves a husband cemetery.and (rest" the town was born when the
r and Mrs. Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Thalt-- lot, Samuel Cooper ad John 'Wads* eight children to mourn her loss, and saloon the smith shop*and the corner Leader in Low Prices.
. I5'--'l', ) mer, Mr. and Mrs, Baker Mr. and worth. to whom is extended the sympathy; store'threw open their doors. In this 32 West Government.
John Watson, Mrs. Murphy. and Miss many friends.A. I northwest the community springs into
Stairs. The Moat. M. McMillan, of Pensacola made' existence with everything ready for ,
, YOUR The Town Improvement Association Before the days of artillery the moat a flying visit to Milton Monday after' the ';'dafly life of its inhabitants. Not
jlr
; had their bimonthly reception Wednesday was an effective,means of defense par 'I only are the stores prepared for trade, PEED MELLEN'S CHICK FEEDTo
afternoon at the new and beautiful ticularly when filled with noon.Mr.: S. but the
.. water. In J. Foshee, a prominent and schoolhouse Is awaiting the
home of Mrs. Gus Campbell on very'large'forts or castles it successful business children, the church hatched brood.
the Lake circle.:. It sometimes man of Brewton; invites to Sunday your newly Why fill their
was a great success -
assumed the dimensions of a lake was a business visitor here Monday.B. and it is if
'! being worship strange the town
and the large rooms were more little with meal or other soft feed that
than filled.Saturday. i often 100 yards wide. and ten to .. Lowry's lecture Monday night at newspaper does not come sff! t'*<* press crops
1111P197 EASTER next there will be an egg twenty feet deep.. The moat was K. P.,hall"on .the subject "Simon''says to its readers within a mon:!::i or soafter soorfpacks and sours, causing many fatalities,
crossed by drawbridge, which Wig Wag, was said to be fine by all the birth of tie future city.-Oat'
hunt in the Lake park. Ice cream and could who were fortunate when .a mixture of 20 kinds of seeds and grains
cake will be served, and the proceeds be raised at an instant's notice. "When enough to hear it. lag Magazine.Co .
to go to the Episcopal church. the moat was too wide to permit of this Owing to the prevalence of grIp' another d will'furnish all that nature requires to make

fir.k Mr. Thornber'a store was in" the bridge covering the entire distance a the lecture sickness among our citizens, .tIU.t -Baildlnff la the Country. them thrive.Telephone .
was not largely attended
TABLE hands, of. the ladles of the Universal slight wooden bridge was em loyed.Petermants Which is the costliest In
air and Mrs! Spencer Collins, Jr. building :
ist< church. Moss Wednesday.Mr. !Flourney .has bought! the have as their guest a wee baby girl America Wouldyou answer offhand F. S. MELIEN 6 CO. No. 334

Prink r whq arrived yesterday. the New York state capitol at Albany? -
place.
Genial N.,C. McMillan, of Pensacola, Hardly. 'Your thoughts would turn
Quite a. number of DeFunlakers Roach Food. ,
THERE'S HOME
expect I NOT A
+ was in !Milton
to be in Pensacola next week to yesterday. Cuylersmany more likely to the national capitol at Easter Ball .
should be, well ordered attend the Grand Encampment of the A Boon to Housekeepers. see friends here are always glad to Washington or to the Congressional library anywhere in West Florida or Souii: .rn
I. 0. O. .P. As the roaches go to the tO den cad by it at him : But the ICew York state capitol Alabama but that can own -piano! JY
'pr t night from their breeding places, i( prefect! (Mrs. Lou of Crestview Motormen Conductors Hall Monday
a ? Blake is visiting
. and complete and Your correspondent was put through eliminates large or email roaches. relatives cost more than the national capitols April 16. means of our matchless plan or n tar
the mysteries the 3rd degree of the and friends here thiweek. : and the library of congress together. ADMISSION, 25c.ri&4. leg "pay when you can." The: '''He.!i
it" we can help you make, Encampment, I. O. O. F. Tuesday 'Hon. The Empire State capitol cost $24- lasting quality and durability art -ill
night, but he. hopes to be well enough and Mrs. Wallace Bruce, of 000,000while the one at Washington, --- that could be desired. Ten tioa: I
it so. Among our spec. to visit Pensacola next Monday. S.DeFuniak Keyser., are the guests of Mrs.' U. two acres larger, cost only 12,000,000 down and two. a week puts one in our
,
ial Mrs.. Griffin, who has been a 'resident.of Al and the Congressional library only $7- home. ;
solicited attractions Allen, the oldest son of Mr. W.
;: '-our; townfor' .severalyears, e' W. Allen has been in forsome <000,00) Our Empire State capitol cost CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE,
poor health
died
a .:. are painful Thursday illness of.afternoon several after a very time and is now -at the Inge- &s much as the nation 'paid for all / Pensacola, Fla.
t I weeks. Mrs. Binduvant sanitarium in Mobile for Florida and the Philippines comnined.aGlison .'
: tr<+ Griffin is knqwn for her great work i in
et treatment Willets In Leslie's
His Weekly.
I the, Baptist church, she being one of It bas been sent for 20 years to large Insti many friendshop .
KENNEDY'S the. leading members 'and it will be tutions throughout the u. 8.and abroad,with that he will soon return fully restored : 'rI
a
+ bills not payable unless it, did the work to their to'health.Messrs. 3 t
3 r1'. lon'g timebefore her place, can be entire satisfaction. '
4 r. : Cakes and Wafers filled. The funeral took place from BEDBUQS-"Petermaa'eDiscaveryquick: ( : ton came. W down and to,B.attend Botts the, of funeral Brew l A SOUTHERN BEER. Demonstration !
the Baptist church today the Rev. silver cream) will kill bedbugs : _
Dr; Thompson officiating.To that go over where i t talso of their sister, Mrs. W..W. Allen., I I Ia
{, andLaTouraine is painted on lightly; is D. T. Williams visited Pensacola L *
a preventatire. It will not Tuesday. Which Is Inherently Superior to All -
draw the fire out of a burn,heal rust or harm or lc
; > Roll Wafers a' cut without leaving a scar or i io b dding.. rJ'Peteroan'a ''Mrs, Hood, of Covington La.. U Other American Products.
1 9 cure boils, sores, tetter : Discovery: ," the guest of Mrs. Whitley. Two lady demonstrators of
i eczema and all liquid,in flexible cans, 'A'1thepouts
# We are sole agents for skin and: scalp diseases, use DeWitt's e ; pressing sides of can II the H. J. Heinz Company will
-
Witch Hazel will force it cracks and Coo.,t.ii, t.k..a.r* at .iam. I be at our store FRIDAY, the
Salve. A
specific for kill This Is a fact though It be
Nunnally's Candies piles. Get the genuine. No remedy stantly. bedbugs'and. eggs in In, Slam the lighting of a cigar,Jndl:, .news .to cur local people, that may thereis 'c a1. P cov.Rc.t i 13th, and SATURDAY tin,
.x sates a betrothal In that ,,14th. to hot lunches anu'!
cauS'es.ouch country a .serve
speedy relief. Ask for Peterman's Batmouse Food. i a beer made in Macon Ga., which { .
IWttt's- the genuine. person wishing to become engaged to. has been awarded the palm of superiority PROSAIC II talk to you about the celehra'-- i
the girl of his choice offers her a flQwer, 'ia competitive trial with the when HEN'S EGGS. goods we handle. Everybo'h; ;
transformed by the ,
> Easter Egg Hunt. or takes a light from a cigar or cigarette I :cat costly, widely advertised and Easter dyes, become use of oar } is welcome and it's all fret, >
things .
"a, The Junior- Bpworth .League of the l If she happens to cave one in her consumed beers in America, andthe beauty; and of endless 'joy of extreme to-! i ..I don't miss it. Remember til-
Gadsden St. Methodist church will 1 mouth, and thereupon, provided there convincing tact of the award is the )young fnd' io1d. Every color that ;! days,
give an Easter Egg Hunt Saturday af Is no impediment, steps are at once taker that it was mad by the WaJhdnus tints the'mast 'gorgeoup
zi ,rt ternoon at o'clock at the home of W. *' to arrange for the payment of the. Institute Chicago, the most critical be had and effectively used sunset with little can FRIDAY

Sol Calm & Go Wv Richards, corner LaRna and Stt dowry, The families of the bride'and ,brewer's chemists In the country. trouble and; great satisfying results: I I
t, avenue. Admission 10 cents. Ke bridegroom have each to provide. c$ And yet there Is such an established Packedeither, 1; solid colors cr d and .
freshments '
l, in favor of
y? free. Bate and mice made wild by this prejudice a foriagn are "
noxious siderable paper dyes,, each Sc, ,
food alarm others;they will leave the build start to Calabria a; J& tide that many people continue to : : SATURDAY'Y
The Pure Store. and not return.. many parts of India, lighted '
1 S Food ORDER YOUR ICE CREAM FROM ing J ft taper orft buy & beer made in the north, and j:1
if
T Petarman'a Ant Food,i strong food to kill
Southwest C Corner: Palilox Ind.IMendincUi BOSSO'S ICE CREAM FACTORY, and drive away ants Large black beetles may lighted pip*Betokens the acceptance which has been declared by northern HoQtonVPharmacy :
PHONE 126. $1,25 PER GALLON, also be destroyed by it in on.night. of'the suitor >tor:the hand of & lady In experts an be inferior to our own The Birthplace of Prompt ,
Take no ether as tine- may-b*_even Delivery
more marriage. jfc It !is the
75o PER HALF I gJberia custom horns; product. ; '
:, GALLON. important than money. .PHO c 1100..,f :
Phones {aeL g Originated: in 1373.: Perfected in 1803 by that when a ffulfor has been accepted v Call for this beer and give: "it atrial t

,GET A PANAMA, $5.00. $150'AN C El,58.Wm.M West Peteraan.16th Mfg. Chemist, bq agtri sip Wheats hlnvwjtb.-a.bbx' Ask: for "American.' Queen," "
i 110.00 ,AT STANDARD CLOTHING London EaR Montreal 8.New.YorkCiti.,P.Q of cigars and a pair of slipper' as 'a' made by Acme! Brewing 00., Macon GET A PANAMA $5.00,..$7.50 AND i ,The Fancy Grocers,
f att.d COMPANY. Sold by all the druggists .in Pensacola and sign that te: Is to be master In. the Ga.. Wrier a case for home use and $10.00 AT STANDARD CLOTHING Phone 391. Pensacola.
? throughout! United States. 110_ give, it, a thorough, .Critical test. COMPANY.,
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Morrnw ACTION IS
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MANY. PENSACOLA CITIZENS:; i
.- i. TAKE IT '

i OIER 1SLLND Get. 'down'v to'the" cause:of. everything. IID:: ,

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.isEaster Bad backs are'caused 'by sick kid- m 1


neys.Cure the. .kidneys, you. cure the backache r :

KINGDOMSpirit TO PIECES 1

'Doan's Kidney' Pills are for kidneys .
'
IN
( only.No'time -, N
: troubles. wasted-trying to cure other IN. rJ

of f Helpfulness and Patient .Pensacola people endorse their merit. 9 IT'S no trouble with ,the WHITE MOUNTAIN REFRIGERATORS. You t1l J

Industry Actuates J. M. Bullard. residing at 120 East.! open the ice chamber and take it out; take out the. ice grate; takeout f'J'

and you should ,have tie Suffer- Intendencia street, says: "My/ kid:' (U the provision shelves and take out the waste pipe without opening thelower m. 1
neys have bothered me off and'on for
ers...!In,:japan.-; <::: years., 'Th=':"secretions were-irregular, dobf.. ,It's: so easy to clean them, it's actually a pleasure. DO YOUKNOW fU j

something .new distressing and annoying .After sitting 8
"
/ at my work my back would become that this means a Refrigerator that's easy to clean as a tumbler? Thecirculation

Prospects are.tightening in the fa-, lame and sore and ache severe m is perfect and it is absolutely odorless. In theWHITE, MOUNTAIN
to wear.Our 'mine-stricken'provinces' Japan. Al ly. I procured Doan's Kidney Pills at N a
ready- one can see' the fringe of the I Sidney Katn's drug store corner Pal: tu you will always have a Refrigerator that's as clean and sweet: smelling as when t'J i

dark: cloud perceptibly:; ,' lighter. For I afox and Romana streets and while fU n ,"., it left our store This is a peculiarity of the WHITE MOUNTAIN line that rd 1 1YQu
Easter assortment is so, many 'weeks the grim .battle between cannot say they cured me, as I have .
I only used one box, they have given won't find anywhere else. '
be hope'and -
complete that;you can easily; despair has been waged"with m' .j
New nearly; ;:a million lives hanging In the' ms marked relief. I have a friend, a
suited in, Style and price. carpenter v.bo 'swears by Doan's Kid-, .
balance. At ru
: times it .seemed an almost A'C. i
lot Easter Ties just' received. ney Pills, and he has often i
just the kind for you to, wear. of nature, hopeless seemed fight.fcrrayed"Everi; the forces ma he considers they are the best told r -j

They are a little'narrow as the : 'workers: ''who were held back against! from the a remedy for the" back and kidneys that You Make Your Back 5
he ever 'ustd. I Money '
style is changing and '.we. are tie the starving bitter home cold by winds the that deep piled snows up and the For sale by. all dealers. Price 50 I: 1

always the first to show I I drifts and made the valleys impass cents. Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo,
New York sole for .
agents the Unit-
shapes.
new able. But they
:: worked on, and did
not spare themselves in their effortsto ed States. The WHITE-MOUNTAIN air cold and This m I
Refrigerators tight dry
reach the starving...people.Mr. Remember the. name-Doan's-and. m ; are f
'Uchlda, the "Japanese .Consul- take no other.Egyptions OJ causes a saving in ice during the season that-would astonish you if reduced,to L m a

General in New York, cabled a few N dollars'and cents. Just WHITE MOUNTAIN and after month ortwo N
days ago to the hnepHal Governmentat try a : a :
found
Tokio; 'requesting .the, latest Information the seven themselves during ice bill with those used to : The are c J
without
.years money to compare your you pay money you putting
-J as :to the' present status of famine -buy the u
l conditions-and the prospects for Joseph' had plenteous! brj\ ht harvests into the which store' Sj in ice.NOW. will buy you a new .Refrigerator. For the class of the article the f .
the immediate future.
; He received a houses) and
gave"their land and even lower than would think. .
price IS
.
'
:
, .cablegram from, ..the.. 1iu1ster'of.; Fore themselves fat'l/read, so in the TiclnIty. .; gj you &
E: efgn' traJis. as'follows i : of Japan there is rice enough,i m I n tu; j
"At present, thenumber of destitute -,but .n C' .
COTTRELL,, I no money to buy it :with among
persons }In the.famine districts is the people north of Sendai. .
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. over 300,000. 'Of these about 136- The last brought out by the report We Have Them Up Cut Shows One m j

Pensacola, FJa.. OQO: must have food'supplied: to them ,was that the machinery of dis-
free, and :others1 'are ''being supported n1. I rt's y yFY l
"
- by",:work' -specially provided for. them ruru from f for d ifi
WEDDING PRESENTS by the government:authorities., m
;
Cut Glass and Sterling SilverwareW. ?Measures taken ""by the governmentsince

A. Gahlenbeck 218 S. Palafoi St. the,end of last year, and strong

'to= efforts, have made been by'very: natives'effective and in foreigners the relief ruru I

PHOTOGRAPHERS TURTON &SINCE BELL.1870. The. of-distress sufferers.in"' the.famine districts $$7e50 to $$60 $$17.50 ,. :: i iN

Kodak Supplies., Finishing for Amateurs. will last until pctober, but the acute
- stage will be over by,June when Other N .
crops will be harvested The severity

The Cleanest
R. K. WHITE Imaginable
of the ordeal through which the Hi
Watchmaker.Manufacturing Jeweler and Graduate people nave passed\ will hardly
Optician,30 S. Palafox Street Pensacola. Fla. be. realized by those N. ism :.
accus- Refrigerator the STONE WHITE of the::WHITE MOUNTAIN line. It ;
tomed .to a" higher standard of B

Told comfort Eight feet of snow covered z .;} built on the well-known principals of the cold-retaining properties of stone,

Tersely less wide people tracts and of their country hungry where children help- Three Generations of Misery. I _2-: ,. and the doors and entire provision chambers are lined with pure white stone, !U.

cowered "in flimsy hovels. not imitation, but REAL SOLID STONE. It is the coldest, cleanest prettiest, fir
*;. 1. Wiggins of Evergreen Is a "One of the most terrible starvation tribution in the shape of the village rui
visitor to Piensacola., emergencies 'of modern times," says ,"hsad men," working in connectionwith' = }; as well as the most economical Refrigerator made. Our cut shows one at $40, i

!Dr. and Mrs. ,W. A. Mills of 'Milton Japan reliable";The private'IForefgn advices Committee received from for ably the"relief adapted to(committees distribute; is at adifiiri practically but we have them all prices up' from $25. Sm

FJa., were in the city yesterday. '
the Relief of the Famine in the North" no expense, the assistance >
,IT. A. Mudego, a prominent citizen puts .specially impressive' emphasis which has been contributed Young fU r If not convenient to pay cash, tell the salesman to "Charge it." $
of Muscogeej-is;; in. the,city for a few upon four points of. its report First, Japanese from all over the land have
days. it ,1s noted, that, owing to the large volunteered their services free and m m

H. S. 'Laird- and C.'I. Helms, of area .over. ;which the people are scat are. walking twenty' ,and more milesto
'
carry aid to those who'need it.
Hilton, are tn*the'city 'on business, teredand snowfalls< the almost, unparalleled Th.3.Ja-panese.. R d. Cross; Society jRHODES.PUTGH..COLLINS: 'FURNITURE COMPANY I
laying prevented .the 'use
H. I* Lyonsr a --well .known citizen "jinrikislas Is' wJivided1!; 'into'' two part-tnat for
of "j ,:in
distributing assistance
of Motile is in Pensacola greeting I service In time of war and that for ,
'
there was harrowing delay in
his friends.
relief service In time of public cal-
administering relief. 26 and 28 E. Garden ,Street.
"The fool Inherits hut the wise amity. Special contributions like ftI
must Happily the verb "To Another phase of the situation is the American fund for the famine
get.
Get" Is rather easily conjugated by the patient industry of the people. in sufferers; .are. used only! : for the specific J.a aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa aaedI
spite of their suffering. There I for a aaaaaa '
those who make a wise and timely: appears purpose which they were in- 'tciT
also a splendid spirit of hope 'and tended that is ,
; the machinery for .
of the little want ads. .
,
use helpfulness which wonderful in the applying the quickest! wisest 'and : i' -

Get give Blue Ribbon Easter Lemon desserts or Vanillaand the face stance of,of such this deep was misery.seen in 'a An'village in most Is supported scientific! entirely way the at aid the received expense I iT .uI. OPERA tlOUSE Marine Grocery Co.
your McDAVIDSpecial
famous "Blue Ribbon' Flavor." called "Devil's .Head,? snowed under of the Japanese Red Cross li&slf, GO BEULAHSpecial! I r
eight feet, leaving.a hundred and six that every"one who wants to "lend ONE MERRY WEEK 604, 606 608. 610 S. Palafox St

No pills is as pleasant and positivea ty-six people without a particle of a hand" to these fine, simple ST.ARTINGMONDAY: I Phone 725.
,
Risers. These food of any kind. Immediately the peasants, may be assured that a hundred -
Famous DeWitt's.Little Little Pills Early are so mild and neighbors, but little 'better"off' raised per cent of his dollar is appliedto to The. Journal. weather to The Journal APRIL 16 V. J. VIDAL, Manager.THE .
sixty (a is the purpose for which he gives it.Japan's Beulah, April Baautiful -
yen yen about fortyninecents
Rentfrow's
effective that children delicate ladies ), by"means of which pittance / heavy war debt has made yet but a good: rain would be (West McDavld April 13.Farmersin Big Comedy CompanyThe HOME OF GOOD THINGS TO
weak enjoy their cleansing this section of Escambia countyare
and people
every endangered life'was' Insured for it impossible/ to levy a tax on other gladly received and duly appreciatedby
effect, while strong people say theyare three weeks until other aW had time provinces in ord'er' to relieve tha suffering the peoWe of this community.Mr. bringing things to pass in the Jolly Pathfinders EAT
the lest liver pills sold. Never line. Everything bids fair
in the north. However the : :James Snowdten was an over farming
,
to arrive.
Even the children have Just Received ,
the hot 30 PEOPLE 30 :
pipe.! general has Sunday visitor at Quintette going for plenty! of work during -
been Into government endeavoredto
pressed
service relieve
summer months.' If of the city
the situation and little tots in some give ,work to all the able-bodied there to take his niece Miss Bessie oou&inawant employment any during GRAND BAND AND ORCHESTRA HalibutChunks, Halibut Quick Lunch
schools have 'been taught to braid men in the famine section, many of Hanna home. tell themto CAR LOAD OF SPECIAL SCENERY! 50 kite of fancy Mackerel 1.25 per
cotton time just
HOTEL FOR SALE straw and wood'shavings, their finish whom have bean, set to work draining Mr. Jofan. Wster Jr., after a week chopping kit.
BIG
this VAUDEVILLE FEATURES.
ed areas of marsh land, whose acreage spent pleasantly with relatives and come way. 50 kits Salmon $1.25 per kit
MANHATTAN HOTEL, corner Bay- one work'being instance the sent children to Yokohama.made. In may be used to increase the cultivation friends has returned to his work ina Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Brewton were 'Bargain Matinee Wednesday 60 kits halibut fins, $1.25 per kit
Ten and Garden streets for rent. Contains hundred over of rice, thus obviating the re- lumber camp at Fish river. shopping in Atmore. Wednesday. 50 kits of Cod Tongues and Sounds,
one yen a week, and that in in Pensacola Miss Leila Baggstt spent a few
currency of the present' disastrous Mr. Wm. Garrett was $1.25 per kitBloaters '
23 roam furnished throughout -
For particulars apply to Hootonk a school where not a teacher has received state of affairs in years to come. on business one day last week. days! very pleasantly with her cousin "Camilla""Monday Milkers and Roes Herring
Watson. the smallest fraction salary They are also employed in mendingthe The friends of Mr. A. J. Garrett Miss Allie Brewton.Mr. Codfish. Pickled Salmon, Dill PickleiGerman
; 13apr3t since'last November. Yet they all banksof rivers and the planting will, be pleased to learn that he 'has W. B. Dockens has set a good night (Milton_Noble's Great Sauer Krout.
help with smiling faces and lessons of mulberry trees but fully recovered from a severe attackof example for his neighbors by fencing Play "From Sire to Son." Pigs Feet in kits i.OO.
CHICKEN LUNCH GUMBO STAND AT SATURDAY UNION DEPOT have been indefinitely, postponed in spring months' these; men during.the will be la grippe and is able to attend tohis his garden with rabbit proof net !Special Ladies' tickets Monday and I: Manewil and Lange's Fruit Cake.
favor of the more pressing necessityof usual. wir.3. Wonder if any one of his Tuesday. I
NIGHT forced to give up their remunerative work as National Biscuit Co's Fruit Cake 25 FROM 8 TO 12 O'CLOCK.GET obtaining the means to sustain life. government work in order to, go Mrs. John Wilson who has been l neighbors is going to follow suit? Prices-10, 20 and 30 cents. per pound.
Many of America's generous con into their own fields and begin the very sick is getting better, and Mr.. Two of our farmers came very !Seats now selling at Coe's Book We handle the celebrated blends of
410.00 A PANAMA, $5.00, $7.50 AND tributors to the famine' fund have cultivation of the rice crop which'; is Wilson contemplates taking her on a;near having serious trouble last Store. Coffee roasted by the Gulf City Coffee
AT STANDARD' CLOTHINGCOMPANY" wondered why' rice. was not' Shipped to be harvested this fall. If they do visit to her children and other rela-{week. They: had recently purchased Co., H. P. Chipman Manager.
: in huge quantities. Just as the not do this the famine next year: will tives in Alabama as soon as she gets I a fertilizer distributor and of course Oaxaca 35c lb.; Gold Standard, 25o
be even greater than now. 'The strong enough to travel that far. The had to test It. After the test they $ $$$$$$$ $ lb; Diamond Blend 25c lb; Golden
.\,,r fields must be cultivated. V'idt will no doubt be of great benefit 1 forgot to tie it to the fence and when ,Rio 20c lb.Strictly .
and all hope she will regain went out next morning tPIANOS AND ORGANS. i fresh roasted and
: f What is to be done W'hile' this aec- to her we they # as good
ii
V 1\essary\ work is going on; ? This is her usual health ere she re i it had distributed a ton of fertilizer- CASH OR EASY TERMS. *tAll as any Coffee sold In this city.
the question which faces the King: turns. 1 1, so the men say and of course no one Piano Work Guaranteed. $; : Send us your orders and we will deliver

dom of i_- Sun, and it is answered Mrs. Eliza Busby was in the city doubts their veracity. CLUTTER & RUSHING, J&; promptly.
LEST YOU FORGET by the alacrity with which our, corner last week to see her physician. She! The ground over which the late 12 EAST GOVERNMENT ST. *I
s of the world is responding to1Janpan.s is somewhat better now but does: forest fires swept in this vicinity, is PHONE 476. ?IfJ.
continuous nsed. not gain, strength as fast as her now green with young grass much to .
I Up to the present time, The jChrisitiao .friends would like to have her. I the delight.'of the cattle. Well some .* ti A Fine Line of
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TIS TIME YET :' Herald has cabled to Mr. A. J. Busby was in Pensacolaon of them should be doubly glad for 'tis
Japan
.. through! the
business Wednesday+ an accident they puHed-
another remittance
l$155,500 of $25-
Mr. :James Bryant was in the cityvon winter. TENNISGOOD8
/COO having .been made, -
( during the "
i 'is ,to be .
''business last Wednesday.' "WV: understand there an
past week. Every dollar of
-j! this lastremittance Arthur. J3pare and family. were the Easter celebration at Oak Grove
!/ (. like all those that 1 have ICE CREAM'AND
JI\ :'proceeded it, is applied to the im- guests of.' )fr. Otto Wicka! and family Sunday. Quite a crowd from here I
For your EASTER' SHOES. But mediate l purchase and distribution: of of the German colony a fewda's are comtsmplating- joy of helping
J i I eatables
devour the goofii!
ago. many
[food for the famine sufferers.
I carrier, Mr. H. 0. Wilder found "big days" at Oak
to: be CORRECT they must e Our mail always on CAKEFor
I : I"I informs me that our mail route has Grove.
'l ImadnarT. grown so that it comes under the: ;Mr. A. C. Brewton Sr., spent JUST RECEIVEDNew
} our label : "Father," said the little boy, "every rule of permanent routes and that he Thursday n>' t with. his son William
'. now and then I hear you talking about does not have to make reports as to We ate always glad to give him a parties social gatherings Tennis goods.
.
somebody who was old enough to know the number of pieces handled as, welcome in our little village. All the lawn fetes weddings; etc. We Rackets-$1,25, $1.50 $2.00 $2.50;
better." formerly. Tha order went into"ef. fault found with his visits is they will bake in our own ovens any ; $3.00 $3.50 $4.00 $4.50 $5.00, $5.50. '
"Yes, my boy." ,* feet last January. are too far apart.' Nets $1.50, $2.50.
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wish and ,
Brewton, of McDavidwas kind of cake you may i
: What Is that father?* Mrs. L. C. Balls 3 for $1.00.
age -
Shoe Co. visiting her mother, .Mrs. Bag- guarantee it perfectly satisfac :
Meyer And the old gentleman after some Fine line fresh spring Fishing
thought replied: gett Monday.We .delighted to see Uncle tory. Ice cream of any flavor Tackle; new and of best quality. ;

"My son, there isn't any such thing. COFFEEdoes Ephriam were'Malone out on the streets furnished in bulk or fancy i: One thousand new Edison Record
Ifs like the golden agepurelymytho Thursday; He had been in feeble moulds. ; just in. Come quick before they art

FEET FURNISHERS FOR FOLKS logical." do work you .health! for sometime. We hope this Any way, we will be glad to i.picked over.
i Out of town orders promptly filled.
weatherwill put new
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I([ideal spring talk to you about the refresh-
102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET K' KDew.tJae Gotalp. don't suspect. Quit :life into him" and that bs will 'be -.
"Why do j you keep such an Inefficient I with us.*'many, years "hence. ment question.
lerranttes that and pay her such and, try r :After quite'a selge of :measles,the
high wages?" family of Mrl will Hammac Is con -

"My dear she has been a maid, In i valescing.Rev. F F. B. BRUCE J
his
POSTUM'i I N. Baggett Is visiting
every family of prominence in our set" in Milligan .1 '
Baggett
} !brother J, W. Kitchen
Baltimore American I this week. Kandy Cafe '
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The Koran forbids true believers: to: 10 days and note I Keep your bowels regular by the 104 S.PalafoL Phone'999 GET A PANAMA. ,.$5.00,,$7.50 AN

fiestrey;ttasvines; .pain trees' fruit how well you feel I use of Chamberlain's Stomach and AT STANDARD CLOTHING
trees, ccrntuM cattle rca er :Mil..at I Liver Tablets. There is nothing better $10.00 .
eaeadea i. I ; For sale !iby all 'druggists. COMPANY. j.t.

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i PAGE FOUJT THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SATURDAY MORNINGApRL, 14, c-

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,'c."., .; .. -...:' ton! J temperance' and other ..moveyments : was incapacitated the line of duty, edness or liability, towhich this cor Political

that have for their object the:!i I I which fact :wjo 'oteclared: by an Legalldvertisements pora.tlon'shall at any time subject it- Announcements

>.J tngae Ia outnuiy public good, is feIcitious| and haippyii I army, retiring board ,four years priioasly self.* nall4T>fr in an amount equal to --.. -

1g'J ,( in his expression and has: achieved a1 I}I\ \ Dr. 'Porter has during the :In Escambla County Circuit Court, twice the amount, of Its! capital stock. : RATES.

.' tI.? ..: _: reputation both as a writer and asti long period of seventeen years State of Florida. In Chancery. An- VII. The names Jind places of The'fates, tor political announc-

: : '" -- w-- ___ '_ w1 _- an orator, an-"' ,at present' holds theji I I sought to have Justice: done him by nie Thorsen vs. The unknown heirsof residence of the subscribing Incor meats not exceeding. 8 lines, to
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::tt'l' position o( President of, the State,, ;restoration to the'-service and retirement John McCree and: against all par orators, together with. the' amount of till the primary of May 15 are rm

;1 I: ;11 DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. Press Association." : Ha askS:: for no "pension" but ties claiming an Interest in the West capital Stock subscribed. for by each lows; a* fo A

Jcit (does want to regain a status 'among 43 feet of Arpent lot 57, Old City of are as follows: The Daily Journal . . .jll

: ;PUBLISHED, EVERY MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY $ *H 1ro his former comrades in the serviceto Pensacola. On Monday the 25th day W. W. Watson, residing at Pensa The Weekly Journal. . .,. . 6 1'11\|0.Thesa ).

i which hethinks he is justly en- .of May A. D. 1906, the defendants, cola, Florida 110 shares.: rates are strictly cash"
in
J' i ...BY... NEWS AND VIEWS '$1.,I titled. We, : are sure that no required to appear to tie, bill filed C, W. Parker, ,residing at Pensa- vance and no announcement will ad

: fi FROM STATE PAPERS % Floridian caa 6e found who wilt not against them" her ein. This order toe : cola, Florida 70 shares.E. inserted or run under any other Q\
'ili :: THE JOURNAL COMPANY. that be > each week for Pensactfa: coa:
?f hops his jnrish may gratifiedand published once L. Reese residing;. at ditions.

!' : ,-fHJ.HHiH $*>> $i the bill passed.-Jacksonville welve ((12) consecutive weeks In The Florida 70 'shares:
Z jrnj.runnr-jujvw wtnnw-r it wtrn.ri-nruw
'I' ; ""t t Times-Union. Jensacola Journal a newspaper published W, W. WATSON: ,

} tj ": FRANK L. MAYES, P'.d..t. and General Manager. Boom Is With Him. In said Escambia County. A. C. W. PARKER For the State Senate.

'& rru --r- _. ._.juru _rjrr _n _jsuujvuuuirujjtn.n..nn..nn.nj.1U General GHchrist was in the city Ec.t: ur'bT LIw. 11.. Mifllillan Clerk Circuit Court by E L. REESE. John S. Beard.

;: yesterday, Cc01'panied,:as, usual, by "While in Berlin one hot day," :said L. G. Aymard D. C. Pensacola, Fla., -fr a candidate tor 'n
nomination
; to the State
<. MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED. PRESS. :his flourishing gubernatorial' boom.- i a traveler, 1 stepped into a combination Feb. 22, 1906. 24feboawl2wks. State of, Florida, Democratic primary called Senate to j m '&
be .,
: ',u !" Tampa Tribuns. County of Esca bia. t"May'
::4 t't" Jr -- -na- -- I I beer and restaurant ami NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
J *5 garden Before personally appeared W. 15th, together with other *peU

,w.i SUBSCRIPTION RATES. The Panama Problem. ordered a glass of beer and some fruit Notice is hereby given to all credl--W. Watson, C.W.... Parker and E. L ers, will address the people of 'tcanibia ,.

The question of 'whether shall The waiter shook! his head. 'tors, legatees and distributees of and Reese who are all and each of them : county upon the politico, ,"
.p,4: One Year..e.5 00 One Month._.....-....>.s..r 45 we 'You won't get fruit and beer to all persons having claims or demands be sues of the day at the
have a level lock canal 'at well known to me, and known to fohowsj
:'t1' f; 1 Six Months..2 50 One Week.... ........ .".... 10 Panama sea or af gether in Berlin herr,' he said. against the estate of Mrs Fanny Sulivant in and who sub- times and places:
$ does not seem to have been the persons named
Three Months...... ....... 1 25 Weekly Edition OC
.r year.l such
i& per '' ,, deceased to present
yet settled, and the senate committee j! 'Why not?' said I. scribed their names to the foregoing Roberts, Mohday night, April! It'.
., 4 --- II claims and demands to the undersigned of incorporation and Century Tuesday night. '!
4 Apn'
Jn' having the problem in charge Is going j I 'It is against the law: the waiter articles :;

: The Only Pensacola Newspaper, From Which a Detailed to hold som.3 more meetings replied. 'There is a law here in ,Ger- within two years from this date 2.
:';1V"lr: I' S when, the chairman gets back from many that no one is to be served,beer February 24, A. D., 1906. GenevieveS. antf executed the same for tho uses day night April 19.

1\\.; ..... Circulation, Statement Can Be Secured. looking after his fences. It is .not a and fruit together. If a restaurateur Beard, Fanny W. Sullivant M. L.Sullivaut and purposes therein 'exyreseed.! Molino. Friday" night, April 2f o

1 } ;;,.. matter of much consequence how the breaks this law loses his license. It executors. 24feboaw8w In witness whereof I hereuntn tt Bluff Springs, Saturday, da ;!!TB,
he ,
..,::1t ;. _ committee shall express Its. lf. The ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF my hand and official seal this :23rd: April 21.3Iuscogee.
Is law the waiter added. 'It Is
a good
;, Offices, 108 and 110 East I Papers on Sale on Trains sentiment of the country the opinionof based WATSON, PARKER & REESE day .of March, A. D., 1906.R. Monday night, Ail:" __,
sound Beer and
/ on good sense.
the president, the stata of the POPE REESE, QIcKinnonsville Tuesday,
; COMPANY. HUV.
I rI 44.; !; Government. Phone 38. _ and etch, Newsstands. '1 fruit don't mix. They are bad for the of Florida at 'mt.
4.i! treasury, and a lot of other influen- Notice is that Notary Public State April 24.Brent's.
,t.::1 rJtf.9g1,;,..;'!'t _ _ __ ** _ _ _ _. Hal things will in due time .settle i, stomach. Sometimes they cause death.' will hereby apply given to the HonorableN. the Undersigned Large. My commission expires the Thursday night Anr:, >

.j.. ,j.. ; the question in favor of the lock sys-j!J! "Since that time," the tourist ended B. Broward Governor of the State 27th day of September, 1908.NOTL'C'E :Myrtle Grove, Friday nfeiu Ap, t,

jS ,*1 E. SACOLA. FLORIDA. SATURDAY ,MORNING, APRIL 14. 1906 em.-Tampa Times. I I I "I have never mlxed beer and fruit cf Florida, on the 24th day of April!, HEREBY GIVEN, that,

h.t', HI --_ S :_- j I It is a strange idea, isn't it to have A. D., 1906, for letters patent Incorporating IS of May or as ,soon 27.Ferry Pass, Saturday, day urn., :M..\'
the 12th day
: ; r National Quarantine Bill. j i I food laws like that? Suppose congress the Watson, Parker & Reeee on 5th. S
applicationwill
Charged Smuggling They Sometimes The national quarantine bill for should pass a law forbidding the eating Company under the following proPose thereafter practicable M AVERY., 0. M. iMlllview, Thursday night Ma, ;
A. ,
made by
Perform.Miracles which our Senatory Mallory is responsible at the same meal of Ice cream and charter the original of whichis -be W.vARN McDavidFriday night, Mv .
Too Broad A. JENNINGS, W.
Altogether : GORDON T.
passed the House by an lobster mince and noon file in the office of the Nix's Precinct Tuesday
or pie plum pudding. mgni
lay
On the that verwhelming majority and will be secretary of State of the !State of :; c, w. LAMAR!!: and A.1.
,day you make your "
The recent report that sailors from What a howl would go up, eh? -New the Governor of the 8th.Beulah
a. law as AVERY JR., to
soon as'the president Florida.
approves -
the battleship Oregon, which has first purchase of real estate, you be- York Press. for letters patent Incorporating Thursday night, May">
it., This ,law will not only W. W. WA"r.SoN. (State of Florida
t I ______ Pensacola (Seville Square I F: ad:
to
come important the city and the associatesin
c_ Just returned ,to the Pacific coast after greatly simplify our quarantines in I(I C. W. ;PARKER, them and their night May 11.
city becomes important to The times of epidemics make Sponge Plahl1lc. accordance with the laws of the
3S several years pent on the :Asiatic you. but jthemj I I B. L. REESE. 'Pine Barren ,Saturday night.
S S station; had smuggled dutiable goods real 'estate ads. should! mean much much] more effective and lift from' The Greeks are considered the principal State of Florida, of which application 12. May

to thana the Southern &ates a heavy burdenof sponge fishers, end it take* much PROPOSED CHARTER OF WAT. the following! is a' copyrWe _
more you mere certain
into the country valued at $750,000 expense, irritation and aggravation experience, skill and hardihood to qualify SON, ,PARKER' & REESE A. M, AVERY, O. M. GORDON,

:.:2I -Jhas stirred up a newspaper controversy -number of lines of type. which they have been compelled tocarry a man for,a,first class place among COMPANY. T. A. JENNINGS, C. W. LAMAR M. For the Legislature."5- .

that may result in an Investigation Under our system of classificationyour h.retoforewhen Tellow Jack sponge divers., Many of the most valuable The undersigned hereby associate AVERY, JR., and W. W. VARN, do I am a candidate for member: :' ,,

i by the Navy Department especially was busy within our borders. The; specimens are found at a depth themselves together for the purposs .hereby make application for letters lower house _in the state 1 h !is 4J want ad. is as readily found asa I uliscovery: of the mosquito theory of of becoming incorporated aD.d"for patent incorporating us and ,ourvasso-
as the charge has been openly varying from ten to thirty-five fath- from Escambia county in the Dn '
'I4r 't ,word in the dictionary or an address transmitting yellow fever and the enactment -1' big a corporation under and, by virtueof ciates in accordanc,with the laws of cratic primary of ,
mad that the officers of the vessel oms. To aid in the descentthe divers May 15, and vn!: "
i in the directory. of this'-jquarantine measureare 'the laws of the State of Florida the State of Florida, under the following predate the of all
; were parties to ,the conspiracy of priceless value to the South make use of a triangular stone with a with' and under the following pro charter: support Democrats.

'4 4 ; >to defraud the government ot customs '"One to-day !Is worth two to-mor and justify the hope that no fever hole in one corner, through which'rope a posed charter. 1. The name of the corporation is CHAS. M. COSTON

epidemic will ever again reach large is spliced., On reaching the deep 1. The of this '
name corporation
SUPPLYCOMPANY
duties. The Jacksonville! Times-row's"-and Is worth a ,whole calan- AVERY HARDWARE! & I hereby announce myself
dimensions in this section.-Live Oak sea gardens, where the rock ledges are shall be WaDson; Parker & Reese and place of a a
:Union principal
is especially severe upon the oar of yesterdays in the advjertisingof candidate for the lower house ,il ';
Democrat. :"
clothed with marine growths, the diver, Company, and its business shall be business is the City of Pensacola in
l>w officers, in this connection. and has that want of yours. s SS retaining a hold on his rope dexter- conducted in the City of Pensacola'in Escamfbia County State of Florida. Florida of l legislature the subject to 'hi action -

the following to say, relative to the S S : ously breaks away the holdfast of the the State of Florida, and in other 2. The general nature of the business 15th. Democratic primary oa:
!letting a couple of furnished of Burial cities of May GBO. T. MORGANI
Danger Alive. in
matter: f America and foreign
and them
sponges places under his'arm to toe transacted by said corporation
Much said about rooms solves the rent problem for There is a continual feeding that until sufficient load has been countries, whenever,necessary or convenient the' at Pensacolaand
is tha honor of a gleaned, is carrying on, am a candidate for member of ">.'
there, is at
the army and navy. The smuggling many a family. .' present no absolutely sure when a pull .on the rope signals hid The principal office of this elsewhere'the State of Florida, House of Representatives from &
method of ,
ci telling when a person is corporation shall be in the City'of
of goods from the battleship Oregon really dead. companions above that he is ready to PenBacola of Escambia of the business {)f buying and selling cambia county subject to 'he Den.\ ,'
Every now and then County and
does not bear out the daim to such !Have your living expenses increased an ,
hardware and mill suppliesand
railroad
the cratlc
nstance comes to light ,where some ascend and he,1s then Hauled to State of Florida. Primary. I earnest b soli ii i
nicety of honor among the nation's faster than your earnings? If no any" other kind of goods wares ,
one has narrowly misseol 1 being; turf ace; bearing his ocean treasures. H. The general nature of businessto the support of the voters of 'he eoim
p professional defenders. It cannot be raise,of wages is in sight probably anew buried alive. These continual discoveries be transacted by said corporationshall and merchandise usually bought and ty. JERRY J. SULUA \N. JR
',2 charged exclusively against the seamen Is the solution .I sold in the ,carrying on of such business
Job only of YOUR I
arouses each time a: new Interest -I Japoa'a Pancake Women. be to buy sell handle manufacture -

; ki1 Las been on board doni'the could battleship.not have What been problem. One or' tWO insertions of in the subject and makes the One of the 'familiar sights on thestreets and. deal in dry-goods, notions, ,and to,own and operate saw mills For Justice Peace, ''District No.2.
: I I and turpentine stills tram roads,
xione, without the knowledge and consent -a want ad. may effect, the solution. iving a little .more uneasy and of a Japanese town is the pancake shoes, clothing, sundries gents' fur- steamboats, tugs, barges schooners I hereby announce my cann.nai
afraid of nishings hardware
finally being buried before hay grain and
of the officers. In fact it1 is woman who wIthy her little brazier for the office of Justice of .
; feed and other'vessels., and to do all other tht P>''
life has left its tenement t' clay. ,. fruits and produce and other
S probable that they alone are responsible :Just .as dula'ren as'they grow a Unquestionably there would he a of coals and her tiny frying pan is kinds. of. merchandise naval'stores, acts and things usual customary or for the Second District of E-cdn.' *

for the seamen would not have little: older-quit talking about from ; County, subject to the Demo' '. .
much more satisfactory feeling usually found on, a corner not far agricultural products teas, coffees convenient to the'successful operation "

,: jhad smuggle.money for buying. goods to Faries so grown-ups; as they grow among the members of: the human a, school. She.has a bowl full of; dell- ,and ,spices; to buy sell, mortgage of such business.. Primary to ,be held May 15th 1 u-: >

.S, It would not be so bad if this were a little wiser, quit talking about family if ,some more"sure and certain clous batter, a,ladle' and a cake turner and lease lands and other real 3. The'':amount of capital stock R. L. NICHELstA::; ::

something but it is not. .The LUCK nd become want advertisers. method of de.terminlngwhen life is and there is apt to be a hungry crowd ,estate; to act as agents, brokers or authorized is One Hundred and Fifty

t mUggUng scandals new in which officers extinct -was" discovered! and put Jntopractice.Tamp'a. around her little stand as soon as I commission merchants in stealing' in Thousand Dollars '($150,000.00)), to I hereby announce my or !",-,
Is Herald.: any or all of the commodities afore- be divided into fifteen hundred ((1500)) for the office of Justice of ti, i p
In Porto Rico were Involved have Somebody looking over the want school is out, for not many of the children .
Bill to :Retire, Dr Porter, said; to borrow money and to secur, shares of the par,value' of One Hun for the Second District! of E-, w a
1t :not been forgotten and other vesselsof ads. to-day to see if anyone has advertised are able to resist the smell of the '
The Congressional Record shows same ,by the giving, of notes, bonds dred Dollars' ($105.00)) each; seven County subject to the Denira e
our navy have recently had sUnM for sale the particular article crisp pancakeseiat least if they have, ,
Primary to be held 15th lim!
that Senator Taliaferro has introduced mortgages deeds, or other obligations -. hundred and fifty (750)) of the said May ,
ilar scandals. It is
probable that
avery For small coin worth
which any money. a
,
"sentenced to
you recently bill into 'taerefor to buy sell hold C L SHIM
a Congress to placeDr. ; or shares to--be.paId.fr in property, to-
small part of the truth has
S boon revealed. the cellar." Porter on the .retired ,list of the only a fraction-of' of our penniesa stocks and bonds of other companiesor wit goods ,wares and ,merchandise;
:
S : The administration! has army as a lieutenant. coloneL The i .child may ,fry and turn his own corporatins; to receive payment the residue thereof in lawful moneyof I hereby anounce myself a call 't.

;4- been remarkable present above all others It don't pay to keep boarders who till does not pl'OV1de.for any pay; in: cakes, and happy is the one who has a for the capital stock subscribed for the United 'Stat s. date for the office of Justice of t-

*"* ** for the 'number ,of investigations don't.pay. So, pluck up your courage fact specifies "without pay." To number of coins in his little kimono in money or in property at a Just 4. The term.'for which said corporation Peace for District; No.2. subject >

4il: '5t4 witch its span of life has contajpad, and tell Mr. and Mrs. Arrears that those of us who remember the days:' sleeve and can fry and eat to h iheart'J valuation thereof in the consideration shall exist is the period of nine- the action of the Democratic Primri "
IE of 1888 when Dr. Porter conducted content' :or Judgement of the board of directors May 15th.
:We are ready and even gald to give you need their rooms-as will if ty-nine ((99)) years., -:
you ,
: f and to J. D. GOSfr
affairs in generally exercisesuch
Jacksonville S
during the; _- 5. business
of
all credit that is due the exposuresU.s.t The \ the corporationis
you use the want ads. I epidemic of yellow; fever in that! powers as may be incident or
have been made though in few Its Curioui Origin. to foe conducted by a Presdent: a
[year, it will be remembered that he [ convenient to the proper conduct of For County Commissioner Dist No.1
cases has punishment yet followed The word "eavesdropper" has curious Vice President aid .Secretary and
"The Want a a
*I Afl. Way" of getting was then an officer ia the medical I I the' business of said corporation, and
exposure. Perhaps w.e will see more things has become 'the fixed fashion corps of the army awaiting retire- origin. In the early part of last to have exercise and enjoy all the Treasurer. and a Board of five (5)]) I hereby announce my candiciai. :""

-S punishment later when the law shall with raenL After he :was made State' century the penalty of listening to or rights, 'powers and privileges incidentto Directors tJ'belected at,the regular re-election to the office of count:, ,''>'i'i
-up-to-date people.
lave' dragged Its weary course to the health officer the next, without 1 overlooking! secret assemblies, especially corporations organized and 'existing annual meetings of. the' corporation, missioner from District No 5, su:into :
end. We cannot now recall an investigation year, to ''be held the first after ,
S on Tuesday
Masonic was suspension- under and virtue of the the action of the Dt mocraij.Pr
previous Intimation, he was ones by lawst "
Enough advertising to keep
: that has not shows an your ord.erOOl
S the first In of each
der the of house the State of Florida. Monday ,December of May 15.
to New Orleans, proceeding for eaves a on a rainy mary
f M appalling mass of corruption and house 'tenanted for ten years will year. Until the first election, the officers -
,i1 S officers designated: for retirement day till the water ran through the III., The amount of capital stock J.1.. ANDREA-
some who have been erposed have cost less than to it who are to conduct the :businessof
vacant for
have of_ said corporation shall be twenty-
teen; : shielded. which up to that year had had no clothing and down to the shoes of the

Grover Cleveland said: "A public one month. precedent. In trying to explain his offender.-London Express. five thousand dollars ($25,000.00)) divided the 'corporation ,shall} be A. M. For County Commissioner, Dist No 5.
.
"tj> ; health status an 'unfortunate expression ; into two hundred and fifty (250)) Avery ,President; A- M. Avery 'jr..

'f -WpM office r.ot is a words.public trust" These were. I *H was construed into a :resigna Co art Term. shares of one hundred dollars Vice-President; and VO. M. Gordon, I hereby announce my Candida .- 'or
mere They are meaningless
:
tion. He either had to desert the '($100.00)) each. Ten per cent: of said Secretary and _Treasurer; and the re-election to the office of coun i:} '
to the No .5 A court of law is
only corrupt reminiscence
govern- > EDITOR HARRIS ON state at a time- when. it seemed that a capital stock shall be subscribed and Directors'shall be A. M. Avery O. M missioner from District No A, bC ;.
Kent can.be good In'whose life theyare the time when justice sat ia the open paid for before said shall Gordon T. A. Jennings C. W. Lamar ,
w not Incorporated. # EDITOR BITTINGER. his seivicewere the most needed- corportion to the action of the Democrat 1r'
." courtyard and'the "dock" Is from a transact: any business. All or and A. M. Avery, "Jrt
With the advent of '- being just after a most disastrousepidemic any mary of May 15.
honest all Ideals McKinley personally % S Tampa Tribune. $ of the year previous-or German word meaning ,a receptacle ,' part of said. capital stock rrf said corporation 6. The highest amount of Indebtedness J. R STEWARD

and dollar worship!were was overthrown the .5 sever his connection with: the corps while tbe"'bar" Is a Welsh word meanIng may be payable or issued or liability; :which the corporation S c -c

,, S .: religion of the era of commercialism In which he had served almost, continuously a branch, a tree used to separate...for the purchase of property at a can at any time subject Itself For Tax Collector.

that Ws administration saw reach for nineteen ,years. As he the lords of justice from their vassals just valuation thereof to be fixed by is One Hundred,and Fifty Thousand ,
the board of directors at any annual .1 ,hereoy announce myself adate' j
,its culminaalon. The level of American The following editorial Is from the Dollars ?150POO.OO ra
Ocala Is .meeting or meetings to 'be called for 7. The names and residences of for re-election to the oCt .
honesty could be expressed by Banner.. It a very remarkable '
fs that purpose. the subscribers and the of Tax for Escaaibia /Ut!.
amount (
the words "A public' office is Colector'
S S. a private editorial
; -for Honda. In it the How is it with the children these IV. The term for which said corporation at be held lb,
% This has been the : stock subscribed for by each are as primary t on Mo

,snap.standard of officialdom and general it-editor of a paper actualy pays editorlal Pale l ? Thin ? days? Have they plenty of grit, I: shall exist. shall be for nine.- follows; 1906. 'I solicit your .\ote.

t has been applied by the :wholesaleJ4cc' compliments to the editor of courage, strength? Or are they i y-nIne V. ((99) years. A. Mx Avery, Pensacola, 'Florida, 450 Respectfully,

In private life. the opposition paper in the same S thin, pale, delicate? This reminds I The business of this corpora- Shares. S J. S. RO.ET

% This government will never be free town, who is a candidate for office. you of AVer's'Sarsaparilla. It does great things for children. It gives, thema I tion'shall be conducted by the following 0. M., Qordon, ;.Andalusia; Alabama,

rj. from ecandals as long as it is controlled The Tribune uses the word remark- good appetite, improves their digestion, builds up their general health. Ask ,dent officers: a and president treasurer, vice-presi and 100 Shares. S At the solicitation of frien.ds. I !M'.

: by a party that sees no wrongin able 8Id.'vi-sedly-because it is very your doctor if,be endorses this.Matting '. WehaveaoncreYI WepubUah secretary. a T. A. J Jennings,. Pensacola, Florida, by announce myself a candid.:
taxing one citizen to enrich an- rare that one newspaper editor prints 'the'annul..of all O1l1'medtcin..' ..jf'1' board of three directors. 50 Shares. -, the office of Tax Collector subj."r n

such things about his competitor. It The offices of secretary and vice- the action of the Democratic P-1r-: ::
The public conscience'! shows .0. W. Lamar.; Pensacola, Florida,

signs of activity and these signs furDish is rare-hut" regrettably it nevertheless. that this should' is. fcb so ..$4t4.. ...;......... ............................: same presidentmay person. be The held number by one of and directors the- 50 Shares.* -' May 15. 1?06NEL.McKENZIE OERTIV;

hope of a change. A. :M. A very,Jr., Pensacola, Florida ,
be changed from time to -
may, -
'The fact that it Is rare makes the -
50 ,
While it is possible that a considerable graciousness of the tribute here time by the By-Laws, but at no time "-S For Treasurel1

amount of goods may have Editor Bittmger\ of the Ocala paid and :i shall be less than three, nor mere W. W.'Varn Pensacpla, Florida 50 Count ,
Star by than Ave., Shares. -' ., : 11_ ,_ \ will be a candidate in uie l mr.craUc .
4Qf been smuggled into this country by Editor Harris of the Ocala Banner, ,
The board of directors A. M. AVERY primary of May 15 for rtnation' noml
all may appoint
the
eaitors of the Oregon, the statementS more pronounced and com other ,ofiicers and agents of this corporation ; S 0. M. GORDON to the office of cut:. tr, ,w>''i'
deniable. Here is the bouquet in Window Shade Time .
that the smuggled goods ''valued i AT'JENNINGS w' j
were question: having such powar, d tiS T. er. The support' of all democ., -

at $750,000 sounds a little bit fishy "Among the names I in our advertisIng : : and ,tennis of office same to be prescribed C. W. LAMAR.A. be appreciated.

to those who are familiar with Unclesam's columns announced for the Leg. : If you haven't already down by the ByLaws.The :M. AVERY JR.. J. ED WILLIAMSI
put new Mattings and hung '
-
'olrectore shall be elected W. W. VARN.
bluejackets, and especially so islature from ,this county is that of hew;Shades, then you'll find no better time than NOW i by -
the Stockholders at each annualmeeting. Personally before the
W ; S In. view of the fact that the sum mentioned C. L. Bittinger. S i to. 'let ,us ,place:Them for you. undersigned hereby announce m>'splT ,r (' n.
** All other officers of this appeared M. Avery. W. W. Varn A. ,
Mr. Bittinger is a native of Pain date for the office'of Count T'\1 "
represents approximately, an -I corporation ,shall be elected annually M. Avery Jr.,. O. M. Gordon, C. U7.
syhranla and belongs to the race of of 'fi :
the'action
Investment of $1,500 on the part of Germans, .who have made that state : Mattings, 20,-Z5," 30 and 35 cents Laid Free. by the directors at a meeting to be Lamar and. T. A.,J nnlngs, known to urer ocratic, subject Primary.to > J'!
,
every man on board the vessel officers -one of the most prosperous in our held on the, same day. me to be .'the', Individuals describedand THOS. F WRirrHTOx

The offices of president vice-presi acknowledged the _
foregoing
included. American union.1At to be
I Window Shide Made Any Size Hung Free. dent, secratary' and treasurer being their
It Is hardly conceivable that every the outbreak of the civil war ., from signatures and that the foregoing For County Tax Assessor.I .
filled
their number.
among is
: their act and deed for
t Mr. Bittinger wzs a young man and, the uses
: 'L Officer, from the captain ,down, was The annual meetings of the '
inspired by a. love of country, was corporation and purposes therein stated. will be a candidate fur J ienomii.tion
party to such proceeding ana?, IA most J> beautiful! assortment of elegant patterns of Mat: shall be held on the first Mon-
ft any among ,the, first to obey the call of IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have to the office of County Tax AhS' "

!kJ Lv2 Jf they :were ,not it would be almost the .ll Honal_ government for troops. I tings size to "made select from. Window Shades various colors tfay in March of each year The dito hereunto set my hand and affixed my sor. in the Democratic Primary of U",,
any to order quickly. Prices from of the ,annual meetmp'may be ,
Impossible to store goods valued at He fought with conspicuous bravery range 5fr official seal this 11th day of ApriL A. 15. I respectfully ask your supp(
cents up,,to $2.50. Wilds Linoleum changed bY' the By-Laws. '
for kitchen store
? even 'a tenth of the sum in questionon and though, enlisting as a private, he office 'floors., and inoorporators shall meeton D., 1906. W. W. ICLD;
command i .E. R. _
was ,soon promoted to a S BURGOYNE
,
board a battleship much less take the fourth day of March '
r.-
1907 being -
,
company. _ (Notary S alf : Notary .
6 Mich goods ashore in the ships "As soon "as the :war was over he the,1iI'6t,annual meeting at the officeof law4w. '' Public Board Public Instruction _

? launches as has been alleged was converted his sword into a pruning MARSTON this corporation in the City of I be candidate for rn'W''nfl
& Pensaeola
Escambia
Florida wI
; S done. S took find*'came to Florida in the early; QUINA ; County I the Board of In-1:' '
,
ship
at eleven o'clock a. m., for tho Pbl
purpose ,,
.i 80's ,to grow ..up with the country. He $100.00 REWARD No. "* P '
: Jack Tar is not an angel by any of adopting By-Laws hoLiing! ton from District
ocated5ae
means, but neither is he a swindlerS school"Summerfleld.. where he : 108/110 S'Falafor. St. Phone 148 Pensacola Fla the, first election of officers and completing election ,
farm. ,
\taught and ran a J100.60:: reward will be WM. ANDERSON
the organization of this paid for the< E
S a thief and before the honor of the cor-
tz1 : "He of attracted this the attention of the ................. .+.... ...................... poration., arrest and delivery to the sheriff of
States simply editor : the letters
United navy Is assailed. paper by he F :Until the officers are elected'at.. theirst Walton county., one Charlie Renols I be a candidate for me">: ,.

on the ,strength of a newspaper wrote Dutchman'over the signature of "The Yankee ,- annual meeting, and, shall be i a negro., Description; Height 5 feet ship wl the oard of Public In"-: -

ttonLJwhlch may be made out of the and Mr. Bittinger accepted S -------- -n--. qualified,, the business of this corporation 10 or 11 Inches; weight about 160 or tion from Dstc No. 2, in th' p

(Whole! cloth it woidd be well to he a ,position held on the Banner Order You.r shall be conducted by the following 170 pounds; bright mulatto; with med mary electon.
which\ for :about twelve
*
iwait the result of an official inves years. ICE ,COAL and WOODS officers: W. W. Watson president ium large eyes. Has scar on upper H. G. DeSIU
.
L ,. ; C. W. Parker, vice-president;; lip to the right 0 sf DOH" and when last

: t1; ti9Q. There mayvhave ,been some since"His that work during* that time and S the C. W, Parker secretary and E; L. seen he. wore a blue faded Jumper I will be a candidate for mtOo.f

<; 4& i smuggling! but the charge thai the readers time that, is it so is well known tour i Consumers' Ice and Fuel Company. Reese, treasurer with W. W. Watson, overalls, a.gray tap new,pair of No. ship in the Bad of Public lastruc" ,,a

: I entire personnel of' the Oregon was ,to hardly neces I C. W" Parker and El .I.. Reese as' directors. S fine sharp toed Ihoes.$ Reward to from $0 3, in the prt *
to it. Pistric
gary "reier OfSoe,-Cornw'Ci& and
: ;e. Ttrrajonx Phom-29
I : : be paid by J. Ar-RtcHbourg & .
implicated] is altogether too broad. "Mr. Bittinger, is active in educa- Co. cectio .
M .. 4 : -_ l,., WIf iTie highest amoant.-o!,tndebt;- CrestYiew- JSTa. W. M. AG E.

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Most Important ; :."c"',',. '-;, .'., : INDIANA N B i 8 Don't Wait Until Saturday to Get Your I 1Us






No one can tell good baking powder from bad == ;=,1 ; Dr.r L C. Phillips of Pensacola EASTER SUIT fflI


merely by the"appearance; : : 'f ,' and Dowie's Opponent i y u


The price is some guide but infallible Were Classmates.STATES s I
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not an one; if.' V i
We Will Be Rushed Then.
B t Come.
Some cheap brands raise the dough ;)t : '- THAT VOLIVA WAS .
may yet con :' U in Earlier and Avoid the Rush.
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tain unwholesome ingredients. '" ; ': BRIGHT AT COLLEGE AND ALWAYS I .

QUICK ,TO SEE A POINT- I


There is one safe, sure way-to follow the ', 'y& VA': POSSESSED STRONG PERSONAL. Blue Serge Suits__._____________________________________$10 and $15 9i

recommendations -'.- -'-*% '., ITY AND INCLINED TO BE A u *
of Ie. ; :, ;

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: U. s. GOVERNMENT ANALYSTS, ,. :.? ::>: The'world'is; I N ,
with interest
: watching

.- THE" HIGHEST AUTHORITIES ON HYGIENE .I:tJ r- .,;. the fi'ght between "First Apostle" + We can also show you a swell line of Low Shoes
;
:: THROUGHOUT THE WORLD : \ : Dowie and his suddenly famous general -
tU for Easter wear. Patent Leather Vici Gun Metal
'BEST ) .! manager, Voliva, who is proving I Ia N
iTHE HOUSEKEEPERS
EVERYWHERE. '>< : : shrewd opponent and rival of his I in fact, in all leathers. Come in and let us show

former leader.In I S .
"
'. conversation with Dr. L. C. Phillips i you the line. We have just opened and put in stock

of this city, who formerly resided, I Is I

BAKING ''' in Chicago, a Journal representative I a big line of fj

I ROYAL learned that he and Voliva were classmates '

at college.. .Dr. Phillips talked J
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POWDER '. : : Interestingly of the man who is now I m/ Boys' Crack-a-Jack Pants, 4 to 16...____;-..I:::.___ ___m:50C\: pair m mfit"

.t strongly- opposing ;Cowie. I .. :
,
"Yes Voliva and I were classmates I; "c.,; -' (9

,' ABSOLUTELY PUREPOWLTON .. ..,-., '. _. :.:fit .>. at Union CJ ristla College at Merlon i UII Also a full line of f'. "<,C/'* "' r>'.: -' =:U.Boys1 : ; : N
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,-, ; \ .:\ ....,, :. Ind., during 190&-3, said Dr. Phillips. i i.He I n1 Uti i',-, .. 161 Itt
',\. was there but; that one year. I i -
.
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c.. was a student there for seven years. '13fU Wash Pants_______________________________________:...- _2t pair
We 'were members of the same college N

-i society. His full name Is Wilbur !

young parlor people last. Those'Friday evening were with M '$M-if' Glenn Voliva and he probably got. Come in and (let us show you our Men's and Boys' m
gstmes. present = into the Dowie fold through his broth.er
1 ]I Misses Gale Everhart, Marguerite!:
Bryan Hazel Prather Esther Thatch j k 'Charles Voliva, who became a N Caps. All kinds of Yacht and Golf Caps just re- ryru

er, Minnie Cooper; R. R Hinote,Lena :Amusements member' of Dowie's ,church ZIon, at i
received.
Mullins, Mary Mullins, M Wilson and : I Chicago to get cured of tuberculosis.
Special to The Journal. Mts. Wilson;. Messrs, Sharp Lambln; HH "No, he didn't get cured. He died.
Powelton, April 13.-Picnics and John Lowe, L Waters, Bob Lowell, Renfros'" "Path Finders."
fish-frys have begun again. :A. small Dan Barker,.T_ Sharp, L. Lowe, Fred Renfrows' Big Comedy Company, Both boys were students at Union and
party from here spent one day last Hardie, C, Gt Wilson and E. Harper. 'Pile Jolly Pathfinders :wilt be the attraction 'both were clever fellows. We saw a
week at. Beck's lake. The day was Bliss Jessie. Prather,"of Pensacola, 1: at the Opera House for ons good deal of each'other. They studied

very much enjoyed 'by all We had : was a pleasant visitor: here'Sunday. ;reek starting :Monday! April: 16. Dur theology ,and ,1 took a bible .course in
quite a quantity of fish, but not Escam- Miss Mary Mullins left Sunday evening ng the week 'two mantinees will be
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connection ,with. the.jegular scientific WILLIAM SON
bia river fish. The boys can tell bet. to visit friends .and relatives J jiven one on Wednesday- and, tljthsr U,._
ter here they came from. With all Muscogee. Ini j Saturday. On Wednesday: the work I was. pursii ng. We were all

the 'fun there had to be an ''accident. tMrs. J. A. .Milner.. of .Birmingham,1 matinee is'-given for the ladies at members of fj.Christian: church.

Just afterdinner it was discovered who is here on a'" visit .to her .sister,I ,'jvhlch '.t1m a' splendid, revival 'of"Camllle" The Voliva boys .got their lessons
that the horse had home wIth. will be presented ,with
gone Mrs. J. H. MuUlnSi visiting in Mus aeeaaeaaeaaeaaaaeeeI
I easily and'well; and were popular socially
cut the picnic party but the 'home- cogee this.week. ; '. :::Miss Mitchell in the title role, this
: play is carried for the Wednesday and otherwise. Their father
folks were kind enough to return the Mr, and Mrs,,0.MT.; .' Mullins of Mus'; -
animal, so all came in about dark delighted cogee, spent Saturdayand Sunday :matinees only and is' staged under was 'a lawyer of'. ewtown, Ind. begin at 10:30 p. m. BUSINESS TRANSACTEDIN

with the day. In the party with their mother, Mr ,J. H. Mullins.j ,the: direction of Miss Mitchell who' "Wilbur. Gleen.. :,ybliva; was a forward Mr. Van Pelt and Dr. Gonzalez)

were MrsJ Wilson Mrs. Bowman, Miss Sabra Hardie entertained a' :the has play appeared: and in the a ladies cms night; can, took stand, out of decisive, student! quick' to seethe I COTTAGE: HILL II were callers Thursday at'W. H.Smith's. DIFFERENT- COURTS
:Misses! Lena and Mary Mullins, Miss
Jackson Fillin-
of also.at Mr.
yourigpeopl
party : Tuesday even
'r for a 'grand performance on Wednes point:, but thought-more..of his personal The following business was transacted ;
Sajbra 'Hardier and "Miss Mary 'Wilson, ing in honor ,of her19th birthday. gims.
'
day. appearance'4han 'he did of hIs! in the circuit court
yesterday
M Harrison Lamkin :
Hardie, '
ssrs.
Quite an enjoyable eveningg-was spentat A number of Cottage Hill folks are
and Wilson On Saturday a matinee for the class work. 'He was a great dresser \Pensacola Iron Works and Supply h
games of different kinds. Refresh-., in town today attending courtMr.
children will be given atwhich, time Special to The Journal. :
A. D. Gary, the 14 year old grana- ments were served. ,{Everyone vent'away the comedy drama "A Boy //Detec arid, possessed a strong peisonality.. -4Mr. Beall Adams visited hereSunday.. Company vs. Bennie Edmundson
13.
.
: Hill
of Prof.-. M. Tate, while hunting i Cottage April
son declaring'they had' a lovely time.! t tive" will be the play! and each chM' and desired what,s.'known:, as leader. Chas. Beall, have accepted assumpsit; mistrial
at Beck's lake last week killed a : and son; Mr.
Miss Lena !1IulliI visited her sister I
s"- -, attending :will receive a ipresent at ship. 'as' ''traveling salesmenand Rheumatic Pains Quickly Relieved. Thomas Grice vs. Lena Giardinaas "
very large eaSle. It measured 5 feet Mrs. C. F. Jennings Musco -' positions j.
ee
clo of the performarice.Oa .-
7 inches from tip to tip. Thursday. : the !3 "While I was in Chicago I frequently left 'Saturday to assume their The excruciating pains characteristic admin tratrix of the estate of G
the will -
night ,
Monday company: visited the 'great coliseum to hear duties. of rheumatism and sciatica are Giardina, damages verdiot for tn<
Miss :Mary Wilson entertained the The many friends -ot Mr.. Win Wil-- 'in Milton Noble's great sensa new ;
cpsn Levey and 'lit- relieved by applying Chamber
"Mrs. Chas. quickly
son regret. learn' that he has 'been, the singing.which was 'magnificent. 1 Mr; and defendant.W. .
tional comedy drama "From Sire to
both Charles and Wilbur Voliva : of Pensacola. visited relatives lain's Pain Balm. The great Pain relieving .
saw tle' sons
sick this week.For ., Son" which will be correctly staged. S. Finch vs. W. H. Smith, aagumipsit
of the liniment has
on the great stage or rostrum and here last- Sunday. power
; on trial.
THE PUBLIC IS INVITED Ladies will be admitted free on
tried several times to get to them but 33.13.: Larson and children spent last been the surprise and,delight of thous. Suit Filed.
toy a Weak Digestion.No both Monday and Tuesday six nights if never succeeded in doing so nor even week' with. relatives near Atmore ands of sufferers. The quick relief In the office of Circuit Clerk Mo
o'clock
seats secured before, '
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, medicine are card from pain which it affords is alone
'can 'replace food but each day. in getting my to them. Ala. Millan the Merchants Coffee Com-
SCIENTIST Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab- "Dowie had a regular choir of 300 Mrs Berky and four children who worth many times its cost For sale pany, et al, i instituted suit against
of Pensacola, Florida, lets will'help yo u"10 digest your food. girls and 300 young 'men, and there have .been> visiting relatives in the'I by all dnfggists. I'I'I 1::. M. White, J. George White, her
to attend a It is not the 'quantity of food taken were 'always thousands of persons in city,Returned to her mother's, Mrs. husband and A. Henry White for aa
LECTURE ON CHRISTIAN SCIENCEby that gives; strength and vigor to the the congregation. It was a great affair Hahn's, Wednesday. I ORDER YOUR' ICE CREAM FROM alleged debt on an open account.

system, but the amount digested and the singing was a great feature, Mr. and Mrs., Cofman, Mr. and Mrs.: BOSSO'S ICE CREAM FACTORY, Municipal Court
Rev. Arthur Reeves Vosburgh, assimilated.' If troubled with a weak r which I greatly enjoyed." Reeves and their: boys took a drive PHONE 1326. $1.25 PER GALLON, Juc&e Lany had easy sailing in
Member of the International Board of digestion, don't fail to give these Tab- I Sunday 'down 'to Beach lake. I the municipal tribunal yesterday
Lectureship of the Mother Churchin lets a trial Thousands have been ben- r- Mr;..andMrsvWampler spent Sunday 75c PER HALF GALLON. morning. Six alleged viola-tors of

Boston, Mass., at efitted ""by their use. They only costa UNION PR'INTERSISSUE afternoon with Mrs. Kitrell. the law faced him. C. D. Smith and
THE UNIVERSALIST CHURCH, quarter. For, sale by all druggists. Rev. Hir.. who had 'been visiting at Strike Closes a Steel Plant. Preston Oliver were each given thirty -

East Chase Street Bilious{ Feel heavy after dinner? Bay Tifinette, returned Saturday and Granite City, Ill., April 13.-The' days on the' chain' gang. P. Ds-
Monday, April 16, 1906, at 8 p. m. Tongue coated Bitter taste? Com- ARGYLEiRROW PAMPHLET filled his appointment here Sunday. American Steal Foundry plant here roy, the white man arrested for vagrancy
ALL ARE WELCOME. visited Mrs. Larson became of was given 3 hours to leave
to-day
rjlexion sallow?- Liver 'needs- waking I iMrs. Lawson closed down ai I
up.c---n--Doan's Regulets cure bilious at ANj Sunday. strike of 300 of the 2,800 men employed. the .town or serve sixty days as an

tacks. 25 cent,'at' any" drug store. MAKE APPEAL IN BEHALF OF Mrs.'Gray'rel rned to the city Saturday i The strikers who were employed employee of the city without com
the former
and
Clupeco Shrunk-Quarter Sizci 'after visiting her daughter,j! as mould STS, helpers, jagI pensation.: Ha chose
ORDER ;'YOUR ICE CREAM FROMBOSSO'S 15 cents each-two for 9 cents UNION LABEL: .AND ORGANIZED Mrs. Beall, for some time.A I gers, helpers, pickers! and rammers dried the Pensacola dust from his
CLUETT PEABODY & CO. very nice program has been arranged :Demanded: an increase of 10 and 15''.feet. The others were fined nominal
_)ICE CREAM FACTORY
1 Mill Of CV.UCTT MB MMAM ,1/11Ta/ LABOR. for Easter morning which will cents a day. I sums for being drunk. J
PHONE 1326. 1.25, PER GALLON, t
75c PER HALF' GALLON. !! o -l\

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Pensacola Typographical Union, No ..
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r GERHARD.: ROLFS TREATED
293, in a pamphlet entitled "A Business -
AS CONSUL OF GERMANY Guide," in support of union labor "

The collector-of customs has gives the following.reasons why the : : ;;;
received : .
union label should be on all printing: : Suffer
notification from the Secretary If You
"The use of the-'union label on the
of the Treasury that Gerhard t
issued by business houses ,
printing .
Rolfc, has: been'recognized by'the :
department as "'Co .sul -of Germany"at Li; a direct help to themselves, as its use ., '
4t helps build up a class of consumers
Peasaoola. The communication who are enalbled to spend the wagesof Please Learn What Liqtiozone Can Do. 1
Wherein the notification was given From .Germ Troubles,
well-paid workmen instead of those
Collector 2-tilhnan- stated, :upon the ,
advice of the Assistant Secretary of 'kt k. of poorly-paid workmen thus Increasing ;
the purchases'in'all;lines-of tusi Also most forma of tbt following: i
State that,Mr. Rolfs. will be so recognized ness. Write 'Union Label' .on" Thousands who'were sick-like you, been made with it. Its power had been i Kidney Trouble Ll"er Troubles ?
N i d your perhaps-are well to-day because of proved, again and again: in the most Stomach Troubles Womeu'i VlaeaRtt ;'
copy when you send it to your printer. offeredto inUammatloa or catarrh-uupura or pot* <
Mr. Rolfs When, seen concerning : had doctored long. difficult germ diseases. Then we Fever '
Many
attack. :
the matter stated that he was but a tit x 4 You should use the lan>el on your Manywere lquozone. discouraged because other, supply the first bottle free in every caned In nervous blood-usually debility indicate Liqoozona a germ acts as a TiUliiW, :
rice-consul, anujp not a 'consul. Evidently EW .. printing! because it will help increase treatments had failed. But they were disease that required it., And over one accomplishing remarkable results. '1
td 4 s. business; because it costs you dollars have been spent to an- 3
there, is a-,niistake'soinewhere.Counterfeiting your treating- germ diseases with remedies million 50c. Bottle Free.
Refrigerator.Time
v nothing extra; because it is a guar which'.do.not kill germs. nounce and fulfill this offer.
the Genuine. antee of superior workmanship; because We offered Jo buy them a bottle of tiThe result is that 11,000,000 bottles If you need Liqyozone,and have never ,j

& ,Co Cbi> ago; originated! I the purchasing power of workmen Liquozol.e-just;/ we{offer you. They, have been used mostly in the past two tried it,please send us this coupon. We :
Foley : thus increasing the selling did with it what other remedies failed toaccomplish years. To-day there are countless cured will then mail you an order on a local ;
Honey an4 Tar'as :a throat and lung to tell what for full-size bottle, and will
scattered everywhere a
i capacity in all lines of business i. because ; And those countless cured ones, druggist
Is Here remedy, and on account of 'the great it is used by offices doing the ones=pcattered everywhere are now Liquozone has done. pay the druggist ourselves for it This
merit and popularity of Foley's Honey best printing; "because it represents ahigh telling others what Liquozcne has done. But so many others need it that this is our free gilt made to convince you;
and Tar many imitations, are offered offer is published Mill. In the last few to let the product itself show you what
of the brotherhood of
type man
While the ; finish for the genuine These: ; worthless because it is ornament ; Kills Disease Germs. years, science has::traced scores of diseases -:it can do. In justice to yourself, please
worlonlffishipi an to good
Initiations have similar'' sounding to germ attacks. Old remedies do accept It today, for it places you under
t ; printing because it can be had in Contact with Liquozone kills any form '
and ASHSUITS' ;
general are factors names. Be ware,of' them The genuine \V ofvegete.bI not apply to them.' We wish to show no obligations whatever.Liquozone .
appearance because are
size suit class of work. disease germs
to of
ja the Foley's Honey and.Tar Is In a yellow any germ the those sick ones-at our cost-what costs 50c. and $1.
making ot a good refrigerator Offices which use the label are as origin. Yet to body do.
package .Ask.. for It and refuse Liquozone can
they follows: Book and jab-The Burro liquozoaa is not only harmless,but helpful
go for naught unless combined any substitute. -if Is thjebest: remedyfor Little Printery, East Government street in,.the extreme. That is its main Where It Applies., CUT OUT THIS COUPON
with the : and colds. W. A. D'Alem- For the Fellows ;;
qualities of extreme refrigeration coughs; distinction. Common gerr.-.wcs arc
Mayes Printing Co. West Government I These are the diseases 10. which nil It out and mail it to The Llquozoiw Coin-
,perfect hygiene, accessibility berte, druggIst and. apothecary.t. Street; White's Job Office South) Pal,: poisons? when taken htehiai'That is zone has been most employed. Liquo-I pan j,4SMM WabasH Are.,Chicago.
in
We received our first shipment -< why'medicincfh33,been to iul:r<:ws a In:

for cleaning, ice economy and Demonstrator. In Town.. of Children and' Boys' afox Newspapers street -The Pensacola Jour,. germ'disease. Liqfaosone is cxuilaratiag, it all has of earned these troubles its widest we supply reputation.the first 117 cUIeMe La......................................
disease
roominess demonstration' now going on Wash Suits ):yesterday .after- vitalizing, purifyiagj,yet no germ bottle free. Andtn Il- matterhowdi I have never tried LlqoozQD,bat If you win
I> The nal.
t f / exist in it. supply me a a c bottle tree I will take it.
at the stoic of ,..R senau & Gerelds of noon. i .before Instruct your printer to put the labe] can The virtues,of laquozone are derivedscIe1 ficult-we offer eacb(user a two months'further

q J There's your ideal refrigerator and! Heintz's. goods :.waa largely attended this Come see them assortment today : is oa: your printing; then see that 1 from gases. They are generatedfrom test wrthout.the riskofa penny. ....-......-...........................--
Were got this sort for sale. fly yesterday.-: ,Many ladies' ;dropped in broken.beautiful .-,' does it. Offices that cannot supply; 'the'best producers of oxygen, sulphur Abscess Asthma-AMBfflJ* Oonarrt Gotoe-Goot** Gltat

'*1 I to taste tie' fine soup baked:> beans, supply this label are not union, offices. jdbxidB and other germicidal gases Bronchitis Hay Ferw-Infiaem ...........................NINN..........-
I. BeforeYoubacomin and I look them pickles preserves; jelisht 'etc., and Place your advertisements onlyiI The>proces3of making requires' large Blood Poboa Troubles LeneotrheaCoughsColds LaGdppeBowel

ever) and compare out prices with others : many Heintz converts .were/made. The $1.25 to $5.00 publications which use the "UnloiUbeL" apparatus, and:from 8 to 14 days' time 1hJa.rINeuralga A C .?.........-.........-
;;at the same time comparing the goods representativevirbe'"he\ e.aU day to Th e object is to so fix tEe gases, and to Consumption lAstssetCaocerC P thsumattoa-- lIll.S1'CoDtagWUI 1 I Give full address write P1al1 1.

;I1 at'; an I we ask.Gerson's. day. ': Standard Clothing Co The members of the local union an,I combine them, as to carry into the system +urt 8dcternla-6yphIL
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y
tonicgermicide.We DyseDterY-Dlarrllea. tblsolfeul'PUea to new
Note lI5erSonl7.
members of all labor organization i a powerful TcbcrcalooisEciema I
the American rights to DyapepsiDa.ldru "* Any pbrtician or hospital net ret using LlIi aMgai
GET .A PANAMA; $5:00$7.50: AND : ask that the business men and other.eful1y i purchased thousands of.testiiad a-G-Enrsipela uSwnea *matlGl riots'eyov will be slid! iepsUea lot a taU ,
Thiesen after
Building :
$10.00 AT"S7ANGARD CLOTHING. consider the Ideas coverela 1 ,UqUCJo ,

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PAGE SIX TIlE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SATURDAY: MOHNlNQ, APRIL. 14, 1906




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i Looking for a FOR SALE $$250,00 CASH OTQN&TSON


and. $15.00\ per month for a comfort
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Good Investment? able little: iorne-on East Jackson St. '
.Successors to.ThOs. C. Watson 6 C3.
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,. J'-"j. '' You can't nnd a better one :than Ten very desirable lots, $$700.00 CASH
: Real Estate Rental and Insurance
r4'ti real estate. Block 92 of-the, New; City Leading Agency
is .
The property in Pensacola that -
+ Has been the foundation of many large fortunes, and I now being sold will increase enormously -Tract, intersection Jackson, balance l aC 7 per cent. for house and I ,
1 .g it has also been the be'Inning! of more comfortable in value in .the next'few thre"e' lots'at Fisheville fronting the!

3t; "".",. cil'i;: competencies. years or, perhaps the next '.few street and 16th venue;. overlooking bay; ,price 170000. << ..

r4b, ....: r : months.''IP YOU ARE WISE you will buy l the bay, beautiful, '. LIST YOUR PROPERTY Bargain' .in'Real Estate in all parts of the

; now, and reap the profit that someone l lots for residences. : cityr :r' :\ .
'flt>
'd'' r" : ; IReal Estate is Safe": l1ldl' Sere else will reap if you do not. Seven lots Block 55, Betr t with us for'sale, well seUit Try us. .

"' A" Look at the following:
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tt.-"it-' : $850.00-t-room house., East Romano, mont Tract;.lots in,this Block L. ,S. ..BROWN &. CO. Stores. ...- and. Dwellings for rent.

just east of Tarragona.. '
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4. ". :::j?1! It cannot t e taken away frofu you :or spent by piece $1,750.OG-Half block, 400 > ,137% selling at $700. Real and Loans. Loans.m de at current rates of.interest on

E meal but grows in. value each year besides -earning feet, near canine New City. Six houses North Alcamz Estate
;: : ;: -: # :.a i good rate .of Interest ;Pensacola real: 'estate affords $600.00 One block, New City tract, Thelsen improved unimproved property.

JJ j ;:K1t, ; : a golden opportunity to buy and make a'handsome north of Stoddart's. Will ba worth Street, good investment{ will 201 Building.
I. : profitPensacola double in two years. Insurance placed in fifteen leading American
f; \ 1 ;: ". $2OOO.QO-Block cloe to_ StaMart's", net 10 per cent. .
and
companies.
i t'- .$2OOO.OG-Two houses,. each' 5 roomS, For foreign
1
West Wright, rents $240 a year, particulars apply to
ct t.J; :
.' .$600.00-4-room house' rents-5 $84. a Here is YourOpportunity respectfully: solicit your patronage.Our. .

Investment $2OOO-Store year. and dwelling, West, rental l department given especial attention -

l : Company Jackson street, rents '$216 a yeafv Call and see our. list.

$1OOO.OO-So-acre farm 5' miles -west. .HcDavid-Hyer Company to make investment which -
an
l ;t 'j 1*. H.
City Manager. .
?: .lPALEMBmTE of town. 6-room 'house. ,will yield you a' big profit. It's I

4qi: ; w. H. V4OWUS, President R.B. SIMPSON, Secretary.KNOWLK.HHR Agents New York ;only a 'lot 66x90 feet but It's Ii i, .

\ : J.L ST1LLMAN, V..Fres.and Gen. Manager Treasurer. LESLIE E. BROOKSPhone Life Insurance Company. on the corner of Garden and -
,. '. Railroad str ets. If interested .-

i43: ;.!. ,i Rael Estate, Loans,.General investments. Phone 8 E.7CO.Government, Pensacola Street. Fla. :. telephone No. 223''and ask i H'OOTON & WATSON ,

462 Thelsen >r
"' I' 215 South Paiafox Building '
H! :4 It Street Pensacola, Florida. I
1'I I GEO. W PRYOR JR. !
"lil \ PHONE 54. 34 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
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h That Easter
Dinner
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: .taVi1t HELP WANTED I
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,I ,ennwSnmmtuwn Irma wnawr4 I
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; I A fine Easter Suit is all right. but
1$4i$ WANTED-Salesman of long xperlence. -
r $! you will want a nice Easter dinner: MiscellaneousMATTRESSES C1J'!.r Your HiH't8.
-wishes a connection with a firs -
and the place to get it is at Sloyera SPECIAL BARGAIN
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Garden
it 1I Street Property class grocery firm in Pens'acola. ,For
on the .
West Florida. Can carry established square. AND FUnNITURE-

,1 f 'business with me. Will fee open.May Phone 718. Mattresses made to order; old ones FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY
I Garden street is one of the coming streets of.this city. We ex'pect 1st "Georgia," care JournaL Nice Western or native Beef, l in L renovate New ticks furnished. I

\K-. to see it in a few years one of the main business-streets. Property -, 14apr2w* fact a good, up-to-date Meat Market t Second hand furniture bought and ,

1.1\; l' ;D on this street is sure, to increase rapidly in' value. We have 40-() and ,a, fine line of Staple and Fancy sold, Upholstefin'g and repairing done. -r

f1y ; I feet front by 219 feet 6 inches deep and a lot of 40 feet by, 109 feet BRIGHT YOUNG MAN- Sixteen Groceries. 114",E., Belmont St., city phone 771. 53 vacant lots that are'cheap at $100

;: $'K'J ; 10 Inches deep adjoining both on Garden street that we will sell years of age or over, who,desires, to 20 Ibs. Standard 'Granulated Sugar Davis Mfg.. Co., C. T. Davis Mgr. per lot. Ten 3 and 4 room houses
:'J I for 1600. One( of the lots runs through.the 0 kaldJrontboth.9n! learn newspaper reportorial wprk. $1.00. that would be great bargains at 1600: "

/ ;) '. Garden and an alley in the rear. We consider this property very Good opportunity for active intelligent 24 pounds Patent Flour 65 cents. i EXCURSION-The launches Stella each. We will sell the entire lot for Kctoriol Tufec&u I

it( ..."tl- cheap and believe there is a good profit in It. at this price. Ask us young mail. Apply editorial 12 pounds Patent, Flour 35 cents. 'and Leclair will run excursions to $9000 if taken at once. This is the "THE MOST BEAUTIFUL MAGAZINE

about it rooms The Journal this evening between MOYER, ON THE SQUARE. the Life Saving Station, or other cheapest property that will ever be LN THE WORLD"

l ( six and seven o'clock. llapr. points of interest, day or night on reasonable offered here. / Ask your newsdealer for this superb I
,Investments That Bring In Good Big. Returns terms. _Phones 659 and 330. Corner lot on E. Zarra'gossa St. with magazine. If he does not handle it

\ j: ,- W.ANTEn-Flrst: cook at once. Wanted J.- C_. Sutherland,, Mgr. 12apr 3 room house;' this is a bargain only send us his name and address withjvar
/'f. : are things we ,would all like to have. We have three houses on the 240 W. Garden. llapr wu --WJ- -' '- offered once. in a life.-.time. name and address and ioc. for sample
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southeast corner of Coyle and Cervantes streets 2 rooms and kitchen ,. WANTED-To buy old gold and all TAILORING L. Diamond, 440 E.. !ain St,: 4"ttoom\ kitchen copy. Regular price 25c. Mention

t i\r.,;i l each, renting for $5.00 per month each or a total of 15.00 per WANTED-A good all-round' printer, ver, broken up stuff regardless of r Gents' clothing cleaned Tailor.a nd large hall,' cheap. .- this paper.

; ': month, in the best renting section of the city houses in good repair capable of doing first- ass job,printing sizes. Cash paid. Lightman & Klein, repaired on short notice. No. 11% The finest place for-a".fruit and vegetable Burr Publishing Company

J.fU 'a. with plenty of lot room that we will sell at $1250.00, $15.00 per month I and experienced in newspaper 106 E. Wright Phone 1127.WANTED.A. West Government St., Pensacola Fla. farm in West Florida contains 4 West 22d Street New York Gtr
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for '
'I 12 months is $180.00 per year or 15 per cent the investment 4 room' house, large
gross on work. Must be absolutely sober; no idec. 160 acres, a : ,
\ 3 "$JI This property will easily net 12 per cent. What better could I' drinking man need apply. Cook & Rl barn and other 9Ut houses; 500 pear
ji t''i-- ,you do with your money than this? Hutchison Chipley Fla.. 7aprlm BIngham wants J.H.-'PORTERsailinaker, 716 South trees 25 or 30 pecan'.n1numerOWther I For Farm, Turpentine or
; : ; your moving and hauling. He guaantees > .Paiafox street Orders taken for

A4 ,: The Place Where No Landlord Can, Put You Out II WANTED-Old man for gardener, also all breakage.. Fiona 630. ten 8, awnings, camp stools andhouse o 40 acre fruits.farm, and .house. :and barn' ', Timber Lands,

cots. -ete. Prices reasonable. Sljan. well worth jclose out at $600. LARGE OR
.. 4t-M: is your own home. There is I servant for cooking, etc; white'or J12flO; SMALL QUANTITYCall
a deal of
satisfaction WANTED.-The
in owning a home, public to-know that The finestturpentine, business in
'; colored. Apply mornings '20V: SHIP CHANDLERS-McKinzle Oert- on or Address
: J where fix it to suit
:you can up yourself. and have all the little conveniences -' Wright St 20apr: old newspapers can be ;bought at ing & Co., wholesale and-retail ship West Florida; it has to be. seen to be
(.;,'::! kf J.j i that you would like to have. to have It in a good neigh this office for five cents a bundle. They chandlers and grocers only first-class appreciated. Will 'take pleasure in: Turner & Aymard

'1 : borhood, near the schools and churches and not far from yor busi "AG NTS WANTED"-iExperience are 'all clean and.nice. house of kind in city. (Fair prices to all. snowing this Jo any one interested. ,
1- I"! ness. We offer a new 5-room and hall house,}lot of? 80 feet front on not for ", Real Estate and Abstract Co.
necessary
it!: pays sickness accident -
!l East Cervantes street on easy terms"at' the cash value ,165000. The II and death. Address the fraternal WANTED-We want your orders foi Fine stationery wedding'invitations, P. 0. Box 115 DeFtfniak Springs,Fia

Jq'4 U neighborhood is good, near the schools and churches, ,the house is j Bankers of America St. Louis, 1907 Art Calendars. Over 300 original I- visiting cards, tally cards. eta: Celia T..CR/\WfRD()
1 '
prettily papered and new in every way. 300.00 down iesigns .
and small Mo. to.r1.select from. All :M. Robinson,, representing. The Chas.
25mar4t :
;f;;4P:*; monthly payments will buy It. I prices. Mayes Printing; Co..,,..Pensacola H. Elliott.- Company of Philadelphia. 315,4 South C Paiafox. StreetLOST
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1f': m LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH US FOR SALE.. WE LEARN you to make mirrors at 16feb. Sniarlm. BARGAINSFOR5ALESummer
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tl' :il home. Full guaranteed formula $5. "
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:{ I' w MATTRESSES RENOVATED. New
THE COLLECTION OF RENTS A
.f.r"; '' SPECIALTY P. F. M. Co.,- Box 472. Pensacola,, Fla. WANTED.-El ctrld work of'all kind. tick furnished if ,desired. All done : .

I 13mar1m* Let us clean your fans. repair your In, good order on'short notice. Leave HomeA
1; t1f. THE FISHER REAl ESTATE AGENCY 'dynamo dj ,jour wiring etc. piiona orders ,at Green & Watson: Phone 1 LOST-Pocket bobk 'with letters val.uaible -

1 ;? .1 B70. Pensacola: Electric Co., 205 S.; 193. 7mar to owner. Return to King & nice home on Bayou Chico. Five
ift 206 SOUTH PALAFOXST. WANTED room and reception hall. Near
carline
PHONE .
IIi 87 :
) ; Baylen.WANTED. ,
1 It f f fI Runyon and receive suitable reward.Haprlt .
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1,1<", 1 I- --- wuut s --trr- 'j CARRIAGES.repaired and repainted. < .. $1,500.East Hill Cottage.Of .

'$. "11" I" _ _ _ __ PANAMAS-Let us clean your. Panama .-AH kinds of. electrical Floats built to'. order. Horse shoe five rooms with bath and reception .
and straws: HatS cleaned, blocked work. I sell all ,kinds of electrical I ing a specialty. J. G. Welsh Carriage LOST-Either-on depot'car or at Pal- : \ haIl. A bargain at $200 cash

DIRECTORY Professional! Directory and rebanded by expert 'workman. batteries and other electrical supplies. Co. 27feb I 'afox and Gregory streets transfer $15 monthly payments, $1,200.C.R.YAEGER.
Leave hats at Fredericksen Tailor When you need me ring 345 or 955. station, copy of Hawthorn's Wonder

Shop, 34 S. Palafox St ISpe. i ial'atten E. W. Peake. new,Star Laundry buildIng Book owner's name inside. Reward I
'Jopp Lodge, No. 6, I. 0. 0. F. THOS. PSBLEY tion to mall orders: I E. Garden. l5dec Board and Rooms. for return to 203 N. Palafox St.
Joppa Lodge, No.6, 1. 0. 0. F, u_ ."" I4apr2t '
meets every Tuesday evening at 'I:3a LAW REAL! : NEW UPRIGHT PIANO to
ESTATE. LOANS AND 'PANAMAS-Let us clean your panama exchangefor A iFINE IDOUBLE (FURNISHED No. 202 Theisen Bldg. Phone 686.
'. 1tj,gr o'clock'at Raftord Hall, West Garden in. COLLECTIONS. straws. Hats "cleaned, blocked L lot on East Hill Address :P. room with board; /ibath room, telephone LOST-Black water spainel dog with

tt- '- ', Lti St. Visiting brethren are cordially s' PALAFOX AND ROMANA. land rebanded! by expert, workman. O. Box 207. 30m r No. &65; on electric car line white spot; under chin Answers to

vited. PHONE 559.T Leave hats at R. H. Pons 'Barber: ftt' 415 W,--Gregory St. l4aprlw'PWNISHED : name of '"Black" Reward., Returnto For Sale
c T.'lL.FLEETWOOD, N. G. : WANTED.-The Mercfcanti TransferCo. ,
Shop 313 S. Palafox and .212 West 518 W. ,Wright.or HomejBakery.; WnnJSr nfl J' S '-
t4fl J. W. GINGLES. Sec.Sljanfim. Wright street. Special attention to; wants your moving and bauUng. llaprlw* '
{ ROOMS FOR RENT FOR
\ SALE-Desirable( boardinghouse
All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Tflor.sen. .
mail
'G YATES M. D orders. Prop. Phone 978. ISiunelm, Privilege of light house keeping. 219 p -.! newly furnished throughout,
East Government street Blockand a rent paid to July 23, sewer connection
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Pensacola Lodge No. 3, K. ot P. ,,, WANTED-Wlllinvest $1000 to $3000 half fromPalafox.10apr2w* HOTELS. electric lights and telephone-

meets every Monday evening at 8 OPTICIAN with services in, some ligitimate ANTED..Real Estate for sale or Will; sell all or part. Twelve regular

l- o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall 306 THIESEH BUILDINGNOTICE and respectable business... Give par. rent, lease or exchange. Your business ilw'JlY FURNISHED rooms; very THE BROWN .HOUSE-Airy rooms, boav ers now besides transient dail
4'tr'? over lou stable, W. Intendencla st. ticulars. 'M., 42. care The/Journal: .' respectfully solicited. J. A. Wilson reasonable. Apply 20 W. Romana good beds. Free baths and sample Apply 105 E. Intendencla St. Pans.
Visiting- brethren cordially welcomed. 12apr3w* ,- Real Estate Agent 22% W. Government St ICaprlw 1 room. $2 per1 day. Special attentiontc L cola, Fla. April 13-1..*
J. A. KIRKPATRICK, C. C. street, Room 7, J. R. -
Salisbury traveling men. -Brown. ProP.,.
; % t H. K. of R.' & S ,
.HORSLER.
building. Phone 172.
Fla.
drd-4 WANTED-You'n'g country prfnter 23Jan WANTED few regular' boarders DeFuniak Springs. ISmarlm I' FOR SALE-One good second haul
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Also,a few table boarders in. private safe. 'Will sell Apply rooa
cheap.
;1t A-& Meetings of the wants a position in' newspaper or .. CENTRAL HOTEL CHIPLEY-oP.
'Lk Knights of Columbusare The Woolley!Sanatorium: theo only institute 1- job office in Florida or jJa.1>ama. Has family; good locaton: ;. convenient' to depotLarge and well lighted i 3, Fisher building. llapr

held at their hall in the United States where the eight years' experience and! atf all Money to Loan. car line; use of bath and 'phone No. rooms., Free sample room. :Meals at I FOR SALE-7-room house. I &fl'ra

No. 8 West Intenden- Opium, Cocaine| and Whiskey habits{! round good Job print d.A: perfect -wn n w 401 E. Gregory. Saprlm... all hours. Special attention to traveling room, 2 closets pantry, city wat-
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;; cia street, on every can be cured without exposure, and! gentleman and absolutely ober; will :$10,000 TO LOAN at Current rates of men. $2.00 per day. J. M. Tug- Lot 70x137% corner 10th avenue aud
;% t49' Monday evening at | with so much ease for the patient. Only: start on moderate salary. 'Address i. interest. Pensacola Investment PLEASANT ROOM to rent. 301 W.: gle Prop. ISmarlm L Desoto streets. East Hill. Apply Oil>

'sv. 7:30'o'clock.. An Invitation 30 days' time required. Describe stating full particular*, Arthur WJn: 'C mpany. Aprill-lw, Chase. \8apr. place. R. E. Coleman IQapr 2w*
is extended your case and I will write you an free White Castle La1. '12aprlW : 4 CHIPLEY HOTE'L-Carl Setterlind,, .
to visiting NICELY FURNISHER; ROOMS for Prop. Special attention to FOR SALE Car: load Tenness-
t ;at: Knights. opinion as to what I can accomplish MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody borrows commercial '.
;JItc; JOHN B. JONES for you. Ask ypur" family physicianto WANTED-People at the Navy Yard I 'money from Jno. A. Hall &t rent. Apply Mrs. E. Co lson cor travelers.. Free sample and bath horses and mules. Can be Turton.seen jPou's

t EDM. FOX. Grand Knight investigate. Dr. B.. M. Woolley, 104 to buy ice from theold Tellable iceman I Co.,"16 E. Government_ street Wheu ner Chase and Spring Sts. 8apr rooms. Large rooms with good beds: stables. McMillan & april>-

M Recorder. N. Pryor Street: Atlanta, Ga. officially recognized by $Pie' Val: :in need call on us. Sfeblnj FOR T $2 per day. ISmarlm
.nENT- rnished
or- unfurnished
'ki entine people.. I will serve"you prompt. BAY FOR SALE-Nice, clean old newspapers '
HOTEL.-Open sight and
$ day.
'ffl Daughters of ly. IF. N. : MONEY'LOANEDon room) cottage at Big Bayou near
Howell' of'
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Rebekah. all
kinds bundle. This
: llaprlw of personal European plan. Rooms at five cents a
lIne light and
car water.
facing Apply P. 0.Box .
V'd! Naomi Lodge No. 10, Daughters of FOR SALE property .on short notice. 364. City. clean. Transient trade solicited. fice.
Saprlw
ttr Rebekah meets every Monday night WANTED-Your orders forT tailor- ,Terms easy. J. B. Gray & C ., 2' W. -. 575-579 S. Paiafox. Jas. S. Nicolau,,
ttt4; at 8 o'clock In I. 0. O. F. hall VisIt. : Romana. Phone 1165. I L'ITED-To loan money on your
List of Property for Sale D. made clothing. We 1teb NICE 'FURNISHED Prop.'
Ing a1s ers cordially invited to be by Hale make your r' ROOMS for rent, watches Jewelry and personal ei-
1i pres- Wilson & Co. clothes fit. Let us take suitable for; light
eat your meas .housekeeping. fects. Highest cash price for old goid
MRS. B. R. WITKOVSKI One block on proposed street carline urea Lamm & Co., Chicago, W. O,, 'MONEY TO LOAN.-on real estate or Privilege of phone and bath. Apply and silver. Llghtman & Klein, 106 E.

MISS WILLIE KENDRICK New City, overlooking Bayou Wells, agent .Chipley-- Fla.. '7apflm. .: other suflident security by 'apph. 810 E. Gadsden St or phone 896. ForSa/e.. 1 wright. Phone 1127.

_Sec._ and under fence. ....$3000 !l Ing to Thos. Pebley cor Palatox an 1omana. 25 mar! 1m. ,: .
V One half /block on Lakeview avenue SECOND HAND- CLOTHING- : :R up stairs.. l7no-. 4 FOR SALE---Second hand .run-a-lbout,,, HOUSES FOR SALE-Lease or rent,
i4 M. E. B. A. No. 81, WANTEO
third Wednesday meets first and in settled'. neighborhood' and on hard -Highest price' paid for gents' : ROOMS CHEAP-ffhiraisLei{ or un- for sale. Apply,Fisher Real Estate I l near car lins on Little Bayou AF

BaSord Ball No evening 1ft. West at 7:30 PIlL t'oa.d.vet, ea.p'.t... .. .}15W 1> clothing only. Sen second hazd goods biO TO 1END-On good real ei- furnIshed, suitable for light house Agency. t 14aprlt. ply to PiiHJp Hannah Little 13.iyoli4apr1t
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streetTh4' lateadencla One-half block ((12 lots) and six new Dress suits for rent 9 B. Intendencii. i tate security or on good collateral I. keeping. ,On the Hili. location high L _
houses renting for $5.00 each at lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks. healthy. Close FOR SALE' Store and .dwelling at
with and
to
line.
car Ap located
A. G. PELL Pres. tached. A good 'business stand. FARM FOR SALE-SO acres,
room for seven houses.. Fisher building. 314 E. Ap
21jan
more Strong.
$3250 ply Phona
fc.U. SWEENEY. Sec. Two large lots WANTED-By a young man, position 1213. ply toJ. C. ley. -*- I2aprlwFOR at Cottage Hill on railroad; all t nce'i
and a good three as .stenographer.. .A-l references ISmarlm. .! In and with large house barns, OUthouses
room and hall house renting for $6.00 I MONEY.. LOANED on all kinds of personal v- S the
Pentacola' Lodge No. 4,1. 0. 0. F. per month; if sold jt once.. ..$600One furnished. Address C2.care'Journal property on short. notice; NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS for SALE: -One- prescription Sand etc. Creek runs through also oa:
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Saprlin.WANTEDStenographlc. and 4 5 are
land springs
ii ; Pensacola Lodge No. 4. I. 0. 0. p. J. W. Bullard. small line of Pharmaceuticals or
.nice five roomed house in good rerms easy. upstair* rent. Good location and reasonable and
::1P'pIe.
the shade trees
Bieets every Thnrsflar "vening at 7:30 locality'with 57 foot" lot renting for .- 2 28% South Palafox St.,. Phone 1144. ; terms., 401 W. Chase St. 4apr2w in growing.ra'.Jroa'd: t'qwn; wilj give my I'I land. Plenty trees.

at the new ball on West Garden $10.00 per month.. ,... .. ..$1000 workof,; any finof practice to purchaser. Good location. pecan, peach and plum breed
treet \VlslUns brethren nature. Will give I Apply with .stam!>>. R Porter Good soil; also have a lot of fine
cortHally One-half an arpent and ten roomed same! prompt at PLEASANT: place, to board Webb
tFt; d. K tention.. Phone 285. : on North L M. D., Carrabelle, Fla. chickens, ducks hogs goats, pea
mvit
GREENBLATT house in central part of the city,nice -.Saprlm. UNLIMITED amount ot money to Ioa4 Hill, on car line. Address No. 8, 12apr3t of
J. NEVILLE. Secretary. shade and fruit .. o n all kinds of personal property) fowls, pigeons, geese and turney
:
$ ___, trees ..$5500 : -- care Journal 27marROOMS FOR SALE OR RENT Two lighters; all kinds. Reasonfor selling t is thar I
Vacant lots in any .part of the city WANTED-The Special rates to business men on large ona with for
public to know capacity thousand
Aq 0. W. 'that L ft t. have no one to manage plac! A great
W. l leans. The New York Lean Co., 204 FOR .
at } RENT-furnished
prices $
that will take. or unfurnished
: Several investments we >can do aU kinds' of lumber the other thirty thousand--ca or
i'j- .Live Oak Camp No. 1. W. O. W.. repairing r South: Paiafox. Mrs. M. j. bargain either as an investment
; RobInson 600(I
that will -
meets in Pythian .Hall 1st and neS 10 per cent: float building, horse shoeing, etc. J. pacity. Rates reasonable. Also two for party looking for a good farm oa
3rd St.
:Wednesdays ia each .month. Visiting on the money invested. G. Welsh Carriage Co, 27feb ".I. B. .Gadsden 24marlm I skiff boats for site cheap, 22 ft. long I which to make money. Everything

W[ pvereigns cordially Invited. FOR RENTS FOR' RENT W'i'fED-A few boarders at 212 W. 5 ft beams. Telephone: or write J. A.I genuine and just as represented.

F. A. BOGHICH C. C. Ten roomed house centrally located I COURT BOUSE DYEING. : Pressing t,lnru-1J I p. Gregory. New house good neigh: Chaffin & Co Milton. Fla. 25mar fake. Write or call on W. H. Morgan

LESLlfc E. BROOKS. Clerk. and unexcelled tor .a boarding house and Cleaning Club. :212-Nl DeVJUers I MANUA.TTANHOTEL, corner Ba ir. borhood and on car line. ISmarlm* FOR SALE-Household' goods, bed Box 453. Pensacola, for further partic

on street car line, $35.00 per month. St., Mrs. T. J. Davis'Prop. Your patronage len and Garden streets. -Corital B clothing linen and .dishes. Apply! ulars. 31IDif:
Woodman's Circle. (Five roomed house close in town .solicited; satisfaction par n. throughout. NICE FURNISHED 'ROOMS for rent 531 E. Government St SSmarlm* JUST RECEIVED-Large sttipment ot
44cj; ; W. 0. W. c., Oai Brove, No. 4, large yard and nice out buildings stable teed. Careful attention given ladies l :23 rooms furnished & Pct Newly furnished clean and nice Imported OliTe OIL Retail by pint.
particulars to Hooton FOR
apply SALEMy lodging house
Circle Thursday near postofflce. Apply at 128% E.: for
Woodmen meets every etc.i $20.00' per month. garments. Phone 1222. ,8f&b : larger quantity. G. Morassa
gallon or
2d floor 'son., ISaprSt Government street Mrs. B. M. Trainer. sale. Fourteen, rooms ] newly furnished
Pythian Hall If
p.-m. over what you want is not listed here & Co.. ship chandlers and grocers 7C1
Pou's- stable, on Intendencia street \ call 7Janlm-. throughout ,!Is oil a good:
us up by. phone 234 or call and WANTED.-Bau11ng and, transfer South Paiafox. 4oct
A. R. BINGHAM has storage room torrent basis and
--- paying .. centrally located
; E Vlsltins Tsovereigns cordially Invited. see us at 30 6.Paiafox street work. Office! phone 8S3 ;
iq Mrs Leona Langford, Guardian Mrs. I I ; mideata suitable for furniture or oth r Oil newspapers; at five cents a bundle 1* blocks.'from p stofficYpart.cash. FOR SALE-Second hand 25H' p

K, B. Olsea. Clerk. ; D. Hale phbiwj 590. Aeoata 4' White.. .2.Z8N LTarragona ;goods, 104 and 10$ South Tarragona at this ,oce- They are all cleanand Apply: to"'rs. .B/M/.Trader: 128% boiler. Will sell che81'. Apply
St.
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Co. .
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.25ffi&f., : St. Phone 630 SOnov J nice., .> E.- Government St 30mar New Method Laundry.. 13.rL14
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Lester T S350 BARGAIN{,Piano price mahogany now LIST$275 PIANOS.,, nne used order onlya i AUSIEY & COMPANY } McMillan Bros. Co.'!HlPr.ING NW[ nofdoaY whiskey) :All kinds that you want. .

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Yew months. $10 cash balance $8 .,. J


now per lr\"ing month.$-'1",: handsome very little used.case, Terms was 30Q 510 i CO'MMISSION"BROKERSj i ii III. Chelford-, to. .order., Br Arrived.ss, 1707 Wood Tamplco OAK AND PINEcheaper

rash, $I> Per month. Cleared. than you can buyIt

Cutter.. large handsome mahogany I WEST INTENDENCIA STREET PENSACOU FLA; August Belmont, Br ss, 2967, Clark, anywhere. Any size you
; was $WO( now $335.. A bargain i I. MOBILE. ALABAMA.; for' Liverpool, with 4254 bales cotton, want.

ferns $15 cash, $8 per month. 429 hhda tobacco,"120 bbls cottonseed A' ?

U50 il fno hlin*, high$390 grade; rented mahogany only;' was few jj; Private Wires N. Y.. N. 0.. and Chicago. : MARKETSEXCHANGES soap green. 100.ifor bbls, 140,000 cotton ft seed oak oil Ibr, "252,500ft 2625 someinekknoyjuaIitybyinsflncf E. G. SEWELlPhone

months; $:0 ash. $10 per month. tons phosphate rock.
Sterling, ebony case, was $350 now !! COnONSTOCKSGRAINPROVISIONS! Sailed. 614.

$120, $10 cash. $6 per month. | BONDS i 'Loppersum. Dutch ss. 1277, Putt, _
Clutter, large size, mahogany case; CLOSED Greenock. ."' -

used. seven months, was month.Kimball $-100 now ; ;. Bought and Sold on Margin or for Investment. ACCOUNT GOOD FRIDAY !Asunsion de Larrinaga, Br ss, 2693, ;those who know good &
cash, $8 per
$275; $10 i Kramer Runcorn, via Galveston. whiskey insist upon having -
$375 usedh'O
walnut case was
years, now $185, $10 cash, balance 3 : Reference,: First National and Peoples Baais Phone-1173 The New York and Liverpool Cot. Spczzia Dinnamere via Galveston.Ital ss, 2538 Penco, "old joe." its enormous -
I ton Exchanges and the Chicago Board' .
month.All
$7 per I popularity has been
IStrathern, -Brit 'bk, Maitland
of the above are upright pianosand ..................................................i of Trade were closed yesterday on Montevideo, 1272 ,
we guarantee them. We have 16 account of Good Friday, hence no cotton : .' -. won by quality alone-

square pianos from $15 to $45. 50c or grain quotations were received.: VESSELS IK ?'CRT.S more than a million bottles ,
feood for practice. No naval stores quotations were received ,
week ;
per ; -"--- I Steamship*. ,sold annually must be good -
from Savannah for the same ;
CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE, Annie, ,Brit :ss.! "We. 2445-, Rio ,Ja. '
Pensacola, Fla. reason. S neiro' 'to Pensacola Lumber Co. full measure-convenient package

FOR prize i.\LE.-Egg3 winning Barred from Rocks standard, fifteen bred THE KEY TO "THE :; ; Vew 'York ik'.dJ t, order Alpha, Gcr Str, 2693 .Brink-Hull-to 5 moderate price-sold everywhere"b&b" ,

J150; fifty $3. Also Ohio improved Open Close August Belmont, Br ss, Clarke, : I
Chester White Pigs pedigreed. Mrs. Southern Pacific.J 68jf. 69)>$ 2991;;Br? en..to. Gulf Transit-.Co. atlanta I

Hughes Chipley. Fla. Copper....>..:.. 110% 118. Argo, .Br. SS. 1970, Dove,. Buenos . ... .
B.
Lizzie : '-
A. 8.R............... 139 imiAteh. Ayre'sl"; ---- --. -- ".
;;marlm_ GATES OF SUCCESS ............._._..-....". D-.2Ji.! 93)4) Cayo. Bonito, Br ss., 2213 Widgery,
FOR SALE-Fine hotel site; best sit. A.B............:.. 153 iea 1 Coatzacoalcos to Gulf Transit Co.Dora iia
nation in the city for a tourist hotel BoB T..'....;.;;.. 87tf 88 _
Br ss-. Mitchell 1459, Buenos .
130 feet fronting south by 172 feet B. &: 0 .,. 12Erte. % ll24 .SS
East Government-streeV overlooking ...... ............:..*.'.: 44% C5 Ayres. ULlQTS ____
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deep on Seville and Adams is ready money.. With..ready money in hand'there's C.F.I :..'.'........... 1 'fl2H Hesleyside Br ss,- 1617, Bedlin'gton, C
square view of no situation in the financial and business U. ...v.42 42% Las Palmas to.. E. M. Robinson. 0' _
street with open Pensacolabay U.84 preferred....;...;.;... 10% 108% Kerriemoor, Brit s's Scorer, .2109, EXPRESS
$10 OOO will buy the .property' world l but: that can be mastered by its R. .:..-..... No Sale Venice. ; PREPAID X

lapr. L.II 1f.................... ... 148Iad. U Monsaldale Brit ss 1783, Davis, \ I' .-
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fOR SALE-One new Kokens bar. courageous NQ Sale I IM.P. Santos. to H. ,Baars & Co. \ cij THROUGHSERjEVIA
8% Runwlck Br. 1S40, Arkley Rio -
chair, also several mirror ; ss 4$9QJ
ber write !Jt A. BilUngsley :14 E- If you. have'no money in hand, by all Met............... ..1'., NG8ale.-. Janeiro to"W.-S..Keyser; : & Co. _$ ;/
Call Government or St. 13AprillTOIXR means start a bank account and add the C"L P.o..................:,...,. N9.Sa1e! I Senator Holleseen Ger ss, Lange, L& N., E. & T. H..and..C....& E.I.-
..... No
Sale
N.Y.O 1232 Cardiff. \'
SALE-Full blood white Wyandotte nickels, dimes and quarters yo'u spend here P.OT......._. 94% 4J 'Sp, Br. ss, Nairn, 1722 ( 2 NA6HVIU.P stlbuled Through TO Trains CHICAQO.THTOUQH'SLeEPERfiAwBAY DaJW f\i
eggs, .Beacon")oJ- Boston strain and there. We will add four B-D-O............................ 137 1 Huelva.nnymoor.
$$2.50 setting of 15. Few very fine per. cent in our st.P....................;;.....S 176Ji! l77R.I. yida Nor ss, 976, Arressen Cardi- $45.p NEW OR..ElD CHICAGO COACHES.
ready for the yard. 'Address savings department. X% 27% DINING CAB38Efi'WQALC |I AL8 N.ROUTE
cocfcrels DeFuniak B.E: .........i ..-..... 40tf 4O3 nas, to Hyer &, Co. o.s.slLv4tr.A.&iiopW'i..At_
Chas. Murray, Springs, Fla. Vivina, Span ss, 1958, Bustinza,LIv.
T.C.L......._.-.i.. 149 149. Ev'N&VI.LL; _I NAIHVUU. Wts,&.
Slmarlm Penna..............,..... 14 141% erpool! via Cuban-ports to Gulf Transit .
U.P'i .:... 1M. 157% Co. I'
LUMBER FOR SALE-' egsoms-\Vfcit- Ships.

ted Co., Bonifay Fla. 31mar2w! Aust'ship, Medanlo,.Trie
Democratic of Florida Orpheus
To the tYters : Pensacola St. Andrews and
FIRST NATIONAL BANK ta ,
the system of nominating -
Under
FOR SALE.-A photographers outfit present Ophelia, Nor ship, 1127 Larrsen. :, Gulf
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Cheap. Apply Fisher Furniture your public servants for. office, Dunkirk. .. '.:.1c'i ( (j Sfeamship Go
store, 138 E. Intendencla St. 27mar OF PENSACOLA FLA. each of you have a' right to say who BarKi.' STEAMER, TARPON
shall be your' nominees. Precursors Ital -bk, Schlaffino, 1508,
ON THE HIGH LANI>-Ea6t Hill elec. W,H.KNOWL : ,Pres. -W.K. HTIB.JR., V.-PresT and Cas'! er. It beIng Impossible:) for the Individual -Genoa -Rosasco Bros. GHAS.BLUM&CO517 W. G. BARROW Master.FIRSTCLASS .
tile car line, six lots 100 ft, front T,.W.BHKST and W.N.ROBERTS Asst.Cashiers. voter to know.,personally, each Scillin, IUl>k. Zeno, 1220, South-, AND 519 WEST SAY ST, PASSENGER ANn
DmzcroBaC. 'Brent W. ABlount,
Inside W. H. Knowles, W. K. flyer; Jr, FREIGHT SERVICE
ty 137& deep, corners $700, : D.G Brent candidate who offers himself for a hampton to Rosasco Bros. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
lots $$800. There are no better sltua state office, the undetSlgn d introduces Schooners.Donna -1ie w n-

lions than these lot*. A. V. Clubbs. ------- himself to you: through ,ihe' medium .Christina, Am. sen, McLeod, PENSACOLA., MOBILE. APALACHICOLA -
-- of the press. Jiidgesfof the c urtS. of 165, ;C rd na.s. :Florida Alabama CARRABELLE, MILLVlLLE.ST. ANDREWS -

FOR SALE One story building and .', Florida have never made it "a practice Thos. S. Dennison; Am sea, Wade, and And all points on st. Andrews
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bakery on South Palafox St. Applyto to solicit* votiaitoy ''pers'onal-I 1329, Baltimore to, order. .' Carrabelle and ApaSahlcola.SCHEDULE/ Bay
or address A.' LVLustro 611-613 S. peaL. Members bPthfr'ratlraad; com Union, Br sch- 72, Tela, Honduras. LAND COMPANY
Palatox City. llaprlw No. SB03. mission-are- !u 'g S1They': decide:certain -: Leave Feusacola Sunday, 8:30
1'0
*: Manufacturers of
JUlt SALE,-Improved and unimproved matters betw'efenthe great: corporations HIgh Pressure Days. for Mobile AIL
In all of the C."-.UIIAR. Present.U. JOHN PfEIFfER. Assistant Cuhtor.) and the- people tit would len and .women have towork incessantly and Dealers' in J m Leave Pensacola
Tuesday
property]; parts city. .E. CLARK.Ylc..P ul4ellt and Cuhler. J.W.ANDREWS Assistant Cashier ; 8:30 p.n. .
J.Wilson & Co..Real Estate Agents! be unfair, th'erefoilf8whif others' are with :"brain and hand to" hoid LUMBER SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLES for St. Andrews, MillUle, Apaac'aicola .
Room 7, Salisbury building. Phone attending t6' the d' U s'th'ey"are: pild their own nowadays. ,.Never were .the AND. KILN-DRIED SAP. i,[ Carrabelle and interaediata
172. 23jan THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK to perform'', for:. another: individual demands, business, the wants of the ,I points.

AUTOMOBILES.' am agent for the I seeking''the 'p'osili&n'to 'tkk'-adv it- family, the requirements. of society SAFES I SAFES I SAFES I SAFES I For additional information J. R. SAUNDlS apply tj.
.
numerous.
this.I The first effect of
of .,
age more
Co. and sell OF PCJVSACOL4, FL4.DESIGNATED' .
Pope Mfg. can you autos '.
from $500.00 up. They cost less than live at. Lake City, Florida; I- ama the :praiseworthy-effort\ to keep up Buy Diebold Safes B. It. COBB: Praldent
DEPOSITORY: or' UNITED STATES. c.andidatetOf .Rayrpa4- Commissioner with'fall these things Is commonlyseen'Jna. Gen.. Frt and Pass. Agt.
horses to keep up. They can be run ; ,. '. Scarritt Moreno, Agent, Pensacola. Fla.
la sand or anywhere a horse can go. STOCK SURPLUS I apI.Virglanlal\J)>; Wrth; entire weakened or debilitated: condition
CAPITAL $109,869. $50,003.
Leslie E. Brooks. the Confederate nayy "when12:: years of .the nervous ,system, which ,
DIRECTORS. of age, ,and surrendered w.iththe; naval results in dyspepsia; defective nutri-
FOR S'ALE-Ten new and' second forces under Geo. Joseph' E. J hix- tion[of ''b othOdy'did b'rain, and in extreme

sizes second, best hand makes office at bargain safes different prices. Henry L Covlngten l Frank Reilly, F. E.Brawner"J. eton, atGreensboro.-lLC.. In 1865; I cases.incomplete nervous pros LOUISVILLE & NASHVilLE RAILROAD COMPANY,

Scarritt Moreno, office East .Government M. Pfeiffer,. W. S. Rosasco, C. V/..Lamar, have ,resided In .FLpr da .for .over. 23 tration. It is clearly seen that what Through'and Ltcal Tim, tiblei'Between Ponsaeola and foMt Hortn. -.
St 24mar Bryan Dunwody T. F. McGourin, J. R. Sounders years; ,havec been/ h, the newspaper }is needed is what" will sustain the ,
}. M. A.ery \y. ". Milton, 0. E.Maura business(that time'; have diligently system give lgor and tone to the READ DOWN READ UP
FOR 5.UAn installment business W. U Ca% thon, Dr. W. J. Hannah, !M- (en2le Oertlng. arid faithfully{ worked for. the, Upbuild nerves, and keep 'the digestive and Trains 'Nz. Trains Ncs.
In Pensacola with over 500 lease ac Alex"4cGowIn.' C. M. Covlngton, M. E. Clark.' lug and development of,the state'"dur assimilative functions healthy and ac- 2 -4 S. 3 _J

counts. Will sell cheap for cash. Owner ing all these years,"and: )ny every effort tive. ;Frompersonal knowledge, we 11:05pm l1:& am- Lv. .. .Pensacola-------Ar.! 5:(Oam 4:00pJl!
has oth-er"business and cannot at. Accounts Banks, Individuals, Corporationsind Firms SoHolted! I in the future will be 'to that end, can recommend Hood's Sarsaparilla 6:30am: 6'Opm; ,Ar ... ...Montgornery------Lv. 9:35pm 11:15am:
tend to it. Address "Me." care this; Four' cent Paid Time In whatever position? I may hold; am for this purpb.se. It acts on all the U:45am 9:1Opm' jAr-. ... .Bumngbam .. Lv. 4ZGpm 8:33am7:25pm
'Interest on Deposits.
office. 8apr per thoroughly! acquainted with the.wants ;rita, organs,builds up the whole system 31i7Ao. Ar.. .. .Nashville..Lv.! 8:4iiam 2:26am

FOR SALE Ohoice Pekin duck eggs and needs of every section -Florida, ,, and fits men and women' for 8:0fp: ( 3:&'tam' 'Lv. ..... ...lIlashville.. . .Ar. 8:17am tOfiam
$1.50 per dozen. Single comb as my acquaintanceship and 'travel these high-pressure days. 1:25am I Sltam Ar.. .. vansv1lIe..Lv. 3:00am I 9:20pm
brown Leghorn eggs $1.00 per setting.B. os.... .:.....-.I.44.4..."......................... : has led me. at times' Into.every county .. 1:40am 2:10pm. Ar.. .. ..St. Louis. . .Lv. 8:45pm 3:30pm
P. rocks, the same $5.00 per hun J. S. REESE. : President E. W. MENEPEB Cashar.R. ( .. within its borders;, haretwice Easter Monday Ball. 7:5Oprn 'i:2lam' Ix.. .. .N ville.. ..' .Ar. 8:27am 2:15am
dred delivered in Pensacola. 3 triosof _M.'GARY. Vice-President. been chosen represent you in.Democratic The Easter Monday ball, which: will 2:1l.am I 8On. 'A1.,.. .. !",Louisville ... .. .J4v. :45am 9:30po
ducks at $5.00 a trio. Plain direction national conventions; have toe given Monday by the, Knights of 7:20am .IZiiIItn At;. S. ..Clnclnnatt ,. .Lv. n:09ppl 6:1JOpm
given upon request to raise poul. I! THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF PENSACOU. : been connected with the state senate Columbus at C. K. of A. hall promises 1

try in city lots successfully. F. N. Directors-U J. Rteve* J. ft. Reese, W. OeC. Keuler. R. M. Gary, ,' 111[ Florida since 1887, most of the timeas to be.an affair'of unusual interest The Between, Pchsacola, Mpblje and New Orkans.6L7 .
Howell, Box 36 Warrington, Fla. A secretary, and can. confidently refer proceeds of this entertainment is to _
W; A. D'Aleroberte! \ T. ; Jennings, J. J.'Hooton. I 4&1 3.2 1.4 5&6
20mar2w TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. ,. as to my faithful attention to the go to the building fund. Don't missit. 2&3 -
f : :.Pensac la. mj kOOpm &: oprii
ll:55amLv
foR YOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. duties Imposed upoiv.me to any member 7:OOam 11:05pm | .A1"1-5
SALE Shoe making and repairing !
shop established trade no 1e ,....... ,.... ............o.. of the legislature during that 10:45am 2:55im 4:12pmfAr: .. .Mobile | ; OamI11:58atQ 2ZSpm
; ; time as well -tajthe.. records ..in.t. 6:00pm: 7:15aw8t5pnlAr.. New Orleans .. by 4 $:.1penf..4 9:25am:
competition good opening for good
; Fla. ______.__ ___ archives of the state, it being a fact AUCTION SALE Junction and Jacksonville.
man. J. Mindel, Bagdad, sfl -------------- Flomaton Pensacola River

..taprlCt L HILTON GREW 'EZW. T.B. W ['L1iS: Vioe.PB.gID.n attacked thatthese'in record1iave the courts. never% been HOU&E' No. 4, WEST CHASE ST., __21. I S I 1 I ..a Trans! do not stop at stations. 2 I ( I 6 I 22
FOR SALE-Registered Berkshire B. M. BUSHKFJjL,& HIBB. A.NSFIELD MORENO ABET.CASECSS Railroad commissioners of nearly all WILL.BE SOLD TO THE HIGHEST Da1lyDailylDai1Y Daily I where no time is shown ,) Daib1! iDanyrDa.I 'lban,

hogs; best of breeding. Ask for Citizens National Bank the states of the Union have, where BIDDER AT O'CLOCK: MONDAY, .-;-. 4: 5 1Th :60 .Lv. ...F1omaton. .Ar. 12:4 1:2i1 8: 1."':

catalogue. Carl Setterlind, Chipley, the powers given jare judiciously exercised APRIL, 16; 1906;. .. .. 5O() 33S t.5v ti sr .. .Century .. .. 1:40 1:21 8 ] ...'.'. .
Fla. .of Pensacola FlorldJ.DIRECTORS. proven of great 'benefit the !......1 501; 2H '3:06 ,. .. ....Bld.Springs ." .,. *12:33 1:15 Z:1b......
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t general public, a there. is no reason .... 5:172:5l'3:20. .. .. ..cDav1d.. .. .... *12:22_ 1O 8:0.6 .....
CREW NOTICE Gee. W., Wrl ht., 'Morris Bear. T.E.Welles. Bix M.Robinson. L. Hilton Green Why Florida should )>e an exception: PRESS1HF .... 530 304; -3:36.. ... ..P1neBarren .0 _.12:0S 12:52 7:55.,...

Neither the owners captain GfNCKAL BANKING BUSINESS TRAIVSACTCOIt to the rule., Experience has pointel BUT/TON .. ... 5:39 313350.. .. .. ,. .MJUno.! .. .- ..*11:59 12:4 7:47. .. ...
defects in railroad commission .. *4:0-1.. ....Qutntet'te. .. '1161 '12:34 '7:89. ..
or consignees of the out our -. ..... .5:43.. ., S. .
that is :, ..,, .Cottage Hlll ... .. '11:44 '12:2 .7:34....
steamer Vivlna, will be responsible law being remedied by S ... *5:63 *3:26)4:11.: .11 .
for debts contracted the legislature each session, and' i"1 .f.j//t// ..... '5:57 3:% ..::15.. .. H CantOJlment .. .. *11:40 1:26 731.; ......
the crew of said WW1t' by this process, within a few years, ... .. .6:013:3t '4:23.. .. ... .Gonzalez.. .. '11:351121.7:26 .....
by
vessel irrl OAR: : .db.O. ". '" we will doubtless'have'a law thatwill ,sij ... '6:03: g3:364.25: .. to S. ...Roberts.. .. S. .11:31:19: 14.....:
: : -Yo Seo'y.Steam be all that it should ""be in the Interest IL&Jil .. .6:152:4544 .! 'S .H .. .Olive. .. .... .11:22'1209'7:15) ....
GULF BUSTINZA, -Wholesals and KeUU D11t in. of'the people. ...a.... .6:213:51-448.. ,,! ,. ..Brent. .. .. .11:15 *12:04 *7:09 .....
TRANSIT CO.Captain.. Domestic: Anthracite V f I I am confident of 'my ability to fill ..... 6:253:54452 5; .'.. .Gouldlng .. . .11:1112:01: 7:0:() .....
Consignees. A Ar... ..Pensacola .. .Lv. 11:05 11i5 '1:00. .....
-r-- and Blacksmith WJ L. the office acceptably and efficiently, .... ; 6:30 .4tOI5:00, _
CREW. NOTICE. street. 93. and pledge myself, if: nominated and JI No.21 j I No.23
43 South Falafox '
Telephone
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Office-No. I I
Neither the captain, own- ; afterwards elected, to administer the 'P I. I I l
ers or consignees of the ss. Yard .comer. Tarragona and Gonzalez streets.. Phones. 6 and 373 dunes of the office fairly .and. impar- M1flIRV1h1C1\ ?' 5:0.0.... .., :1-0: LV.j .,PeusacoIa ......Ar 10:50: .. ....111:15:
"Annie" will be responsible tially. .. :. S 5:20. ... .... 1:13.. T.. ... .Bohemia.. .. .rf. .... .......-10:55S
for any debts contracted by 'I The state of Florida has wonderful 5:22... .... .: '1:151; : ", ...OuI1 P Jnt.. .. 11:33... .. ... ... '10:53
the crew of the said vessel possibilities before it, .and In my S sas.. .. .... .... .. ..; ..YDJetra.! .. .... ...... .. ... '10:50
hum'ble' 'opinion no'agency can be.such I The SdaploC Swttt SifestHiniHsat V1 C 5:29 .. ..... 1:1 .. .. .,..Escambla.. S. ... .. : .... '10:47
II... M. WIE A4 Drives Rats and Mice out of the house a potent factor In. its development as -tad only Perfect C 5:40. .. .... 1: 5. .. .. ...}{ulat.. .. ...... 10:19.........'10S';
Master. .. to die. We offer $100 reward to I i the -railroad commission. 'For thisrea- -f-filliog DO ink to Pea.No epill] 09 flan clojjiii filler .5:45...... .. ..i4v .1 '!' .. ...Harp... ,. .. ... . . .. *10:33:
PE.\"SA.cOt.A LUMBER 00., --- using anyone- son the voter should weigh carefullythe or(haklag.: .6:57.: .. .... .7l35: .. !. .. .Galt City.. .. .... ............... *10:21
.Consignee. I claims -of every one who offers Tea ImPr! jtttt the bizttouuIathectureandthepenSlli 6:03... .... 1:39: .. ., ......Mllton.. .. .. .. .. 10:05... .. 10U
.for the place. This announcement is ." C 6:35.. ... ..... .. '. .. ,..Good Range .. .. .. ..... ... .. 9:42:
CREW NOTICE. b Stearns' Electric r& direct personal appeal to you Individually. In a'Lu2i. '1:03... .... .:8,15..1.... ,. ...Holts.. .... ... ....... .. .. &':15S
Neither the captain, own Two members! of the,.board Writestheinitantit louche the I 7:26.. .. .... 18:30.: ... ..'..Milligan.. ." ... ... 9:12... ... 8:5
ers nor consignees of the ,- .: Rat and Roach are. to ""be selected. I want to be one ppr 7:40.: .. .. ....... 8:38.: ..' ,..CrestvIew. ,. .. .. 9:04 .. .. 8:38
Paste Land.. ,. .. ......... .. .. '
Br. ss CheMord will fee responsible of them. I want your vote and support Eagle$50Flash C 8:091.... .... .856 .Deer 8:03
r for debts con Should you choose me, I' prom C 8:33 .... .... 9:10:! .. .. .Y0881 Head .. .. ..., 7:40{
tracted by the crew of said vessel. l : i1' who does not find it successful killing ise 'that you 'shall. never have cause 9:16 ... ....... 9:3'5 .. .DeFunlak Springs.. ... 6:5'1
H. H.. WOOD I 'U! I I i off Rats, Mice Cockroache .Water tq- regret it. ,S $:3O.. .. ....... 9144.. .. .. ( HArgyle .. ..... S 8:33..S.. .6:42:
'lER BROs., Captain. v Bugs etc. I believe- my :large -acquaintanceship io.If'vhh 14 karat pond fold 9:52.: .. .... ....- 9:57: .a .. Ponce. DeLeon.. .. .. C 20
Agents.Sir In your county (Escambia), to peR pohu wi-Cncffrolcuucdrobber < 10:12.... ..-; -1t:1( '.. ... .Westville. to.. .. 6:00
whom I will vouch fo.my : fully palUtccd. 10:22.... :10:15uf'", ... .Caryvllle.. ... .. .. 1:12... .. 5:52
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Your will be : refer :
you F.d.fJ.o..
Knights,. Attention! IREWARD, GUARANTEE refunded money if Steams' fitness. for the office. 'with sold bud 25 IZJO 10:46.. ..... 10: .. .. ....BOntay. .. ...... 6:55.: ... .... 5:4
Coeur De Lion Com- Electric Rat and Ag any loyal"Democrat,would do, 1 EiIJ -h- fio. 28 11:12 .... 10:47.. .: ... .Chlpley.. .. .. ... &:31 .. .. {': 5
r mandery No.1, FOR Roach Paste does not do all that is claimed for it. .pledge myself to abide by the result '- :r.w..U:8&: 11:29.... 10:68.: ..... .. ..Aycock.. ... .. S. : ... .. 4:39
1: /! Knights Templar wjll IE 1Stearns' $f the primary, and will support the ... .. 1.1.07.... '... ...Cottondale.. .... ... : .......... 4:24
-.3R:: attend Easter services L Electric Rat and Roach Paste nominees thereof at the regular election ":adOih j:: ......... 11:2$ ._ .. ,..Marianna.. .. .- 6:00 ... ..... 3:55
at Gadsden St. is sure death to all vermin the. only Ask YOULDSAUL. If bedcen't .... 1I:4' ee ..Cypress.. .0 .:. : .. ... 3:19
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II sell you the Eagle *11:43.... 11:52 .. .:Grand Ridge.. .. .. .5:32: .... .. .3.01
\ J)I. E. church,. Sunday guaranteed rat poison. Very respectfully, *FLASH? FoMWla rcua then k I .. .
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S S T, 'J. App; '! y..LW. vice direct; ta ..:... 12.02 ., .. .. ..Sneads.. .. is.- 51 ., ... 2:48
morning, 15th, ieu4 the'rtuil
April .
'Sir at eleven Knights o'cloc11* 2 tz.Said\box n,.25c riDn; Hotel or itat size iipnu(eight pipait!times u tti nolpt HflMtitj it pnCloSTEARNS' )lUG Lake City: Fla., April 3, 1906 U.Eachpenab.oLIcl7gLlZ.asteed.. 10:50.............;. 12:15'7:40: Ar .....Rlver.JacksonvUle.Junction. .. .Lv r I 5:10.9:05...:............S 2:30 4 0

are re- CO.
'___ ELECTRIC PASTE ; tiE'CR'EAM Pencil Co.. I IAtl I JPM
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7r- .quested to meet at CIICACOILLU.S.A. 4 ORDER YOUR: FROMBOSSO'S Eagle A1I I. .

_uour Asylum at 9:30 ICECR'EAM., FACTORY: ; t- Mton&ctaien'l Trains n and: 22"and trains 2 and 3 carry through sleeping car betwei
a. m. sharp. : 3 I BfMdvar.New York River Junction and Seaboard Air Line.
-; PHONE 1326. $1.25 PER GALLON, Pensacola and JadtKarrille tia
HARRY W. GIBBS. E. C. } !
wHENRY NEEDHAiM Rec. | .1 ,----- ?5c PER HALF GALLON. -- Trains stop on, signal. -

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i.,f'I1.i: : :.' .r:: ;; wf$1 ,L: -; iY: Buy Your.' ,Easter,I' Suit- .,. WKlY- [ [ REYIEWOF 1 .t:= 1j J\.t ti i n REAL u[ l.. [ESTATE[ I : t and rO'N'_ CEELLfOBO: I !--u Ie tut com-!,-




t*41' : Jvlour Itn Easter Hat Few "-.i.... Fop : I,ivels'JBf He J OWDRINK SWRECK terl Pill

:Pi! J : r 5OUTHERN[ N, J 'Mil IflflllI1' Table U.. T TRANSFERS[ I 1 jand .,. -- Aft tie

f Your Easter .Shoes .. .J .'. a by to'. : A.-._ ,-.- 'f-- tag th
For all for H. %cn.um'pU'fRI1)Gz" WHOSE FALL noJt P1tOSPD1U-o Itq
r.
KSL, )'.t1gJ! .purposes :Following Is-; list of. the deeds re-- t and ";atmr. '!'DOUGH XXaUOB BROUGHT'LOSS OF-WOT A1m au,
tw INDUSTRIES I( which-Milk. or Creamis the the lnmms,JB KICKED OUT OP CITY DTmOCU.J' B GOgi 8 ,
::r Your 'Shirt Collar and Tie card sd"yesterday reported by jhurW _
'f OIi AL'JDNA'tlYE iowf
", "'"I" I used i iBORl Pensacola Abstract Co: MM i 1j'f6 .. "._ '._ "'. ....., 01'
: L by Scott M. LWI --- J-"" '-I
I Ls.wrence'Alexander .
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f : ? from the ."Old Reliable.* The big- EN'S Ltftin Leslie E. Brooks ,}'eont .iriulsrvenuicsaqtb13
master, to Mrdart415YatS1; : :
to choose
.. ; 1a,+ gest stoCK for you I 3.9 acres of< lot of lot 1 Sec. 27, T. 1 rd8.T* ). condition/;, -
$ from. We>e sold a many a. a.wdi-to O o.busmess? I.

';r. t ;- 1 -'. man already,and It is .to the late buyers I New Corporations Formed f in Dixie Eig1e' CONDENSED t 5, ,Henry R 50 W-V Hyer$75.to 'Bertha, Rosenau, lots !>if COD.I tile by tgoiwaa ana: .:.cvrncf'of' &..a.|store%'.He f ofmoney' A. few,-inthn'kind days agotjzP' -

'r-r."4w-H: -- 1 this ad is directed.roar .During the: Vfeek '; MUkand olumban J JEVAPORATEDCream ". 15 and 46,,block 41,:Belmont Trt., iras 1eictedbyMi neighbors
4b I $tOO an4 >other"cons1derat'on:i long and i.
tlhu.
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'"'I: # $ r' I Money I Just Pass d. 1 1I Baars R. C, ;aU Caldwell of blocks toJohn 301 and 328 Ernest, New 1! e:. ,se*.,. .1thDRuNK

1 I: \ : Buys Full Value Here --. I Citf Tract|, $100 and 'other considera JjD bxcIl.- '
., t.. Convenient and eco- j tions. BARS MEN FROM\
+
*j*;... 4 Chattanooga, Tenn.;,.-April.: 13.-.'The '. BUSINESS
J : -n A dollar's,worth for: 'a dollar al week nomiqil. Suited to Benjamin Hilton to R. C. CalJwell *-
,-. i ending to-day leaves, a .recor.d: ..
.| t.*rf ;{: -. -1 4.- -S L.. ways. The best values for the least of industry in the So thern' "States. modification all of ''blocks '301 and 323 New City We read--of thbusfxieziman who falls from prosperity ruin, loses his family and
; n It money. If it's a $10 Suit you want we The list of new industries: any Tract, $100 'and other considerations. friends and the only ambition left is to be admitted to tie"poor house. "Drink u
,Jt 4t;$. I \ _. have it; if.it's 'a, $12.50. $15.00. $1 ..50it i.e4 in the South during the stab11Sb.1 (Unsweetened) MI: W. t>etersoa: to James Hansen, given as the cause: of hi*condition.! : .
;; ,. :it}.1i'I I or $25 Suit you"can depend on getting an undivided J, interest in the E. 50 i Drink has'couijnered the 'strongest Intellects; the bravest hearts and the noblest
compiled -
byThe czc:::::; natures. Business competition! has become so keen that only men ef steadfast
\f!i.1f i ; 1 ( r all the C10thes"value'it-s possible to !given herewith. It reveal a wide; .Pure... Milk N.'ural| ft, of lots 19 20, 21 and 22, block 27,I IE'ast can expect to succeed. No**"wil JIOwer"on earth can heal the inflamed stomach habits membranes

;f p ; .. j get for,that' amount. i range of development and1(! a large'' Rloh Flavor I King Tract,. $1 and other con- burned out in by alcoholicstimulants alcohol...The craving-and for requires drink is treatment.a disease brought oa by con:
tinnal indulgence
.i't"' -r.l'l: ,t Straw Hats 75 'cents up to $5.00; number'of heavy invsstntents.. Among: s'deratJoEg.
:.;:t& .- Panamas |6.50 to $15.00. Fancy Vests :the latter may be specified_ $300,000: Henry II. Yonge to J. W. Hyer and Orrine
:, j'."t':i up to $7.50. Derby Hats up to $5.00. naval stores, company ..and $509,000' Henry flyer, lots 6 to 15, Inc1USive'l OrrineNo. .D In No.2
I In pill form
\-- '.".,, ."Jt 1L. The newesthnd nobbiest of Ties of lumbercompany in Louisiana; ziricj1ad ; bjock 92, New City Tract tasteless powder and form odorless B should be taken ana
t. l ; j every fashion, 50, 75 cents and $1.00.tiL,44 and other mines"'in Missouri; 'ti .. pther considerations. --" :- ,can be givenxvithont UARlli) JI!, I by those willing
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; 1 .$100,000 mining: and mlHing company : knowledge i of, the the to convenient be cured.form U
14q; ''" and a $100,000 .electri at tools company = patient, In .tea, be j
and Beer Habit % red II
; j Cares Whiskey .
coffee fond
t? fll in Oklahoma; twoj building and or poc
.loan companies, with over $200,000 TIii LiTvL r ORRINE is the only sure and safe home treatment for the liquor habit. No loss of
THE JOHN WHIT STORE time or absence from tome required. Ko sanitarium treatment
capital stockeach, Jn' South ,Carthlina plant necessary.
I' ; mining', company. Mailed i ia plain sealed.wrapper on receipt of price.. Write for complete treatise ci
; a $150,000 lloorJng'1actory il'! Trenton: -$30,000 .fee factory.St. "How to Cure .Drunkenness" (sealed) free. THE ORRINE COMPANY: ISC: ,
Tennessee; a $150,000 ice' light 'and Louis-525,000 .inv ,tment company Washington-- -D. C. _
Specialists In Men's Wear. power company and a $200,000() light ; f25,000 land company; $30,000 Special to The Journal. Cure Effected or Money Refunded.
'" A Registered Guarantee lit box. Price of either form $1.00 box.
in..Tejasi; "a
and power .company "and manufacturing $25,000 dis- every per
company; 'Olive, April 13.-The! fine warm ORRIXE is sold, in every city by the Jtadingdruggist.. Sold in this city by iWHITE'S
; rps 205-207 SOUTH PALAFOX'STREET 100,000 paper mill in West- VirginiaThe tinware .factory">; $28,000 huilding breezy weather makes us feel as
:
t complete list of new .industriesfor company: -
though: the.good; old summer time had PHARMACY
W the week reported by- 'The Kansas '
land
; City-$30,000 company : ,

4W4\ ; PHONE 252 Tradesman. ,'Afabam is as follows.' :-' velopment'company.,; machine shops. ; $100,000' de arrived.Miss ,Lzzie at}, last.Merritt and Miss Har 106 ,S. Palafox Street, Pensacola, Fla.

:.Jt. riett Bell} are expected: home tomor-
-ft ,, Selma .
\ -- -$30,000 land company. iBaxter-Lead 'mines.} -- --' -

.,;-,1-;;: .ft1i 1rni4zghainMinIngmip: ';ny; Joplin-:-Mines;' zipc", ,.mines., row.We wonder what has'foecome of the "it/.oi'j'c =7"r !'.=o----;... ,
"
- & Jv.'k metal bed factory. :- Galena-Mines,
? ;$ : a\L. REESE J. MENDEL CLERKS AND INSPECTORS Gaidlsdeo' -Telephone s1 tef 1', North' Carolina. Abtpgrapher who "recently vis'ted: us.
n'Demopolis hear from him;. I An Estate Has Been lost I
would'like to
DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY -CemenJ blook factory. SBatesville-$10,00. telsp-hoae eys- Many 1 Altogether
: Bessemer '1eph ne syetenv"5Heflin t;em. The Bolley & Rutherford Lumber :
Mend l
Reese & Notice is hereby given that at ameeting -Saw mill S r. Salisbury-$iO.OOO distiSery.! Co''s: mill is running full '"blast They I .' .because! : of lack of ready money at the death of the own
of the County Democratic Elba--Land company.: ,' Sanford-Saw'mill."' '' are sawing timber for exportWrite er.

-*- #- The Home Tailors, Executive Committee held at ensa. !Enterprise-$5,000 'milling, 'and Greensboro-: --$ ,QQO cpncerete and again, Prof. Allen.. We en- .
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cola April 7, 1906 the folowlng manufacturing company. paving company.. joy, your stories greatly. You Should Carry Life Insurance to
1t:; :rt clerks 'and Inspectors were selectedto !!Pineapple:-Spoke and ,handle- fac ifficbory-,Manufacturing! corojpany. Several are expecting to visit Pen

act at the Democratic primaryto tory., ." Washington ...r,..$ 0,000 investment sacola tomorrow. Protect Your,Estate
t Buildersof be held May 15. 1906: Arkan aa. company. .
: Clerks and Inspectors.!; Jasper $50,000 marMecompany.iEtordyee Concord-Building- and loan com The Ofiginal',Laxative'Cough Syrupis We'll be glad to explain the various policies to you.

No 1-J. W. Cherry. Will Rich J. -$25,000 hardware. con. pany., .Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar.
F. Rlchajrds, inspectors; V. Goldback, pany. ", '-" Oklahoma. n[ expels all cold from the system by Insurance: Knowles Bros Gen'l At t
3, I clerk. Batesville-Mines. .' Guthrie' $50,000 manufacturing actin1; as a cathartic on the bowels. Fire, Life Pensacola

.S No. 2-Floyd Athy, H. C. Miller, Junction-$10,000 telephone company company; $30,000 bed manufacturing Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar is

J. F: Helton Inspectors; Joe WhIte. ; $10,000 light :and water" com. company; $100,0pj| electrical tools a certain' safe and harmless curd for """""""" '-- ', -,=,.
clerk.N pany.: "-=.. company $45,000.bii milL: colds, croup and whooping cough. -
Newport-$30,000 land and- hunker Tecumseh li,60,0 lumber com
; Men'sFine G. Brewton.3-W.'Inspectors W. Kirksy; ,G.W.A.Tell Morrill E.,': company. ,- :' pany. i. "" CAKE i... ...H.....O.t...... ...........................

t t&V xr clerk. Florida.. : lAnaaarko-TeJermon system.. AND [EASTER 'FENUACOx..e.. .

No. 4.-Jno. Longreen E.. Padgett, Fort Pierc Electric'light :plant (Siffiftwater-:$100,000! mining and I
Iron Works i ii
Will Briggs inspectors; Chapman Lakeland-Phosphat. 't f milling" ..cop1pany." '1' :EGG SALE: TODAY | and Supply Co. I
Georgia. Orlando-$5,000Jtardware company '
Touzale clerk. Manufacturers! and Rep irers -of MAlNERy AND BOILERS, :
$9 No. 5.-A. H. Daily Win. White, Culloden-rOotton gin. ,:. ,. ....jSou'thvCarollna.Spaftanburg% .
FORGINGS, MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES.
STEAMSHIP
jniHr i
Bu na. .yista-Saw -f.j250,000.; () lum l'comwny
:
J. J. Sherfoy, inspectors.
REPAIRS A SPECIALTY. Prompt attention given all oders, *
(M* **: Atlanta- Ste?! ornpany$10,000 $40,000"splndl3 cotton milL DAUGHTERS OF CONFEDERACYWILL to
No. 6. Tom Davidson S. R. Tait .
day-'or night. Agents for;James McKay & Co.'s celebrated :
4 $25000; coal Log ana
% manufacturing 'LaI er-$7,000 warehouse,
company; e ( com-
$ sfVKiH : Clothes. Alex :McVpy, inspectors;" Olie Jennings -mining Company;' I paii i ,<) \-j : HOLD SALE AT ROSE 2 'TimbBr Dogs also chains of all descriptions. Office phone 123. Resi *

,-clerIL! Fitzgerald-Machine shops;. North' 4ugus$25.0d6$ cfeworks. dence- phone 1029. P. 0. Box 123., PHIL WITTMAN, Mgr. I
lj Indian Territory.. ; ; bp NAU, &- GERELDS. STORE.' '.,t' ." '4 "' f '.* '.'." ,"".".
Ward, Burkley Hastings inspectors
New and ? ol ; rSon-WebbHig
up-to-date me Spring 'l\UIbUrn--EIectric light 'plant; mill
Frank clerk. '
i4; j- and Summer Suitings and Trousep No. 8.GUy-Taylor Cralbtree J. C. :water works. Rpck Hill-$5,000. contracting! com ... ................."..."....... .....!

ings. Kentucky, .. pany.., ,. ;T'" The Daughters of the Confederacywill r. .,
Suits from $17.50 to J50.W. Taylor Thos. Cisco, inspectors;. C. P. Eddyville-ESectrie' llghC plant-- ,0" >IbbIat200'G: building and hold a Cake and Easter Egg Sale -

Trousers from $5.00 to 115.00 Proctor, clerk. :Madlsonville$25,000 electric. light lions: company: ;; :-bjiilding_, .and loan at Rosenau .&"Gerelds' store today, There's a Difference :
Join our Gentlemen's Suit Olu& No. -Mf-Sturdivant, J. B. Hug- plant ..: .;.. ,"' -.1; company $50,000 'cotton' company. beginning at 9 a. m. The public is
Costs-only J1.50 month fdr gins, J. T;, Filiinglm, inspectors; P. Dawteon Springs '$150,000 mining lSumt 'building,and loan
$250,0
per pres ? PJ' Invited to call The cake is very
i' : ing and small repairs. M. Pr1tch tt, clerk. company: ; handle"factory. S company. .. 'Vh-u. toothsome; and the pretty colored eggs i In the Housework i ii
Dyeing and Cleaning of men's ana No. 10.- T. ,Rigleyi; Burges Bry- Clay'.City-:-$50.000 ''paw. mill. ENewbri'y43O,0W: knitting. mill will be sure to please' the'children..

i? ; women's Clothes a specialty. ars.. Wesly Offarrels inspectors. -;,, B. (Lfcfcjngton-$50,000 Dumber com Floreni.Ga.p... )& ., ..

Give us a trial. We will appreciate H. Bryars clerk. pany. .. -,' ,_1., Tenftf see. cBristol ,, i where' a Gas Range is used. f
No. 11-J:.W. Emmons W. C.- Williams
yourS business. Louisiana. xHammoBd1 $25,000"mining company. VACCINATION! AND DANDRUFF. ,
-Wi L. Mims, inspectors.;. J. Cotton gin. Knoxviller-$50,0MJ( ,addition to ma- i -
ic1:: REESE-MENDEL TAILORING CO., B. Stewart, clerk. New -Orleans -- $300,000 naval chin ::'sPops. -:;:. There, Is as Sure Prevention of Baldness The dineren'ce comes in the comfort in the kitchen and :

'$] > HLJK Phone 675. 11 N. Pafafox St. No. 12. 'J. A. Andrews, R P. Reese, stores company;' $25,000 window _(Memphis-$30,0Ji( ( plaster: factory; as 'There is'of Smallpox the ease with 'which the meal is prepared. Then the af .
fttl Ed. Watson"; inspectors' .. ; Lee Daniel!, shade factory; $25,000 chemical company -, $150,000 flooring .factory; $50,000 column It 'is now accepted that vaccination t : ier'wor1'is' 'esrer work, because you have no dirt or :
>Sn .Vri _. clerk. ;' $500,000 lumber: company -'cory; $30000; candy factory ; Tenders the vaccinated exempt _' ashesto clean up. Every user of a gas range speaks:
:kq No. 13.-:Thos. W., Kent, Jas. C. Uennings, $10,000 oil 'company. Erin-$5,00Q' &rIc light plaat. from! 'small pox; or at worst'he never I 'velloftt. t. '

Morris Daonbeisser Clark Otto White inspectors, Julius Mississippi., South, Pittsburg' $20,000 hosiery m anything but the slightest kino'; t : :
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Menko 'ae'rk.No. Braxton-Planing mill; .' ', mil8. of,a 14.-- Dlxon Reed. J. S. Me- CVes tood-H$30,000! b ,ic1c and'works. tile, Nashville-$50,000? oil and gas and cure for dandruff, which causes 1 .
':ri : :t (Formerly of Dannheisser Bros.) Gaughey James O'Brien inspectors, S company. '" tiling hair and baldness, has been i

fj 'ii Pure Old Rye and Bourbon. Fine Abe Daniels'clerk., Saratoga. -$50,000 lumb'er company Texas. dicovei"ed--.Newbro's Herpicide. It:il Pensacola Gas Company I I

Wines,: Beer and Tobacco.. No. 15--F.-M. Whiting, Phil San- Missouri. _. jMcClannahan-$5,000 cotton gin.. .tills the dandruff germ. C. H. Reed.'I

ches. J: IJ: Dougherty-,-, inspectors; J. Duenweg 250-ton, ncentrating, Claburne-Canning. factory. Victor, Idaho, ays: "Myself and. : Phone 1O., 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. i!
IOSW \01d Hickory Whiskey MySpecialty E. Reira,,clerk. plant -u 'Mineral Wellsj-,$Sq.OOO ga.s light .wife have been troubled with dandruff !
No. 16 Sid Clopton, Hiram Sifggs, Hannibal-$40,000 shpijE'factory/; and power company. and falling hair for several :.................................................H.
kti 12 W. Zarraaossa Street* W. H. KIH:>ee, inspectors; Jno. Hoyt, !Webb City SOMon con intratlng"LOSTI" Snyder -* $15,000 hardware com ,years. We 'tried remedies without

clerk. pany. effect; until we used N wbro's Her-
PE SCAOLA. FLORIDA. .
No. 17-(Sid! Clopton! Hiram Suggs, Fort Worth-$50,000 land com V picide; two bottles of which cured

1t44ur -=- W. H. ilbee". inspectors; Jno. L. pany. \$s'", Hundred of similar testi-- NEW METHOD LAUNDRY
Hoyt, clerk:: Dallas-$25,000 telephone system. Vl9n1a, ,Sold by W. A. D'Alembert,
No. '18-J. W. Bowman. J. A. Williams -, Bay City- $20,000. warhouse ani$ liuggist ,and apothecary 121 South ,
W J. Brewton, inspectors; T. ON PALAFOX ST., BETWEEN GOVERNMENT i elevator company.Worthamectric. Palafox :'street, or send lOc in stamps PHONEI183' E. W. LAWRENCE, Prop. No. 8 WEST ROMANASt:.-
J. Cushion, clerk: AND GARDEN light plant. for[ sample to The Herpicide-Co., De- .

No. 19W.: B. "Miller,.,A., B.. Fillin- i rrhofndale-$15,000" gin and warehouse froit, .Mich.

PANAMASOur gim F. M.. Wood,, inspectors; A. J. I company. .
Flllingim. 'clerkNo.20W. $4.QO- San Antonlo-$25,000' vin3gar fac Beautiful, Easter Post Cards.Large .

M. McCurdy, M. F. Mor.S tory.
t : : tain. Bill N6wberryt inspectors: ; Mackl&urd' ON THE PURCHASE! AN EASTER Houston-Rice mifl.Jacksonville and COFFEE numbers of the most beautiful Easter Cards ,5 cents-mail!!
ice
light
; Our Panama Hat,route clerfc SUIT OF CLOTHES THAT IS -:-$175,000 them .tq your friends. Fancy Easter cards 5 cents to 25 cents each!!,

V ; No.r2I-Preston! Pierce M. E. Hen-S WHAT I, HEARD A :GENTLEMAN ,. power: company. light and water \ The c test little ra.bb ts'you ever saw 5, 10 and 15 cents; Chuksto : a
'Abilene.-$200.000
j(4 : isnowopen. Many menconsiderthe derson, "R 'T.' 'Bradley inspectors; C. ;,. SAY, WHO HAD PAID, ,$15.00.FOR. company;: $50,000 ice factory. 25 cents; China 'Eggs 5 cents to 25 cents.
R. Vaughn clerk. the Pioneer
; EVejara
SUIT, WHEN HE WAS LOOKING Virginia.'BoykiIr3.0OOO :
{4&Ittt : Panama the No. 22' F. A. Mayo;,E. N. Jernigan,, AT SOME O": THE SWELL SUITS I knitting mill. Co/.W Roasters of Cae's: :ck.-tcre. I
J. H. King/inspectors. ; W. T., Mayo;
clerk. SHOWED HIM AT $11.90. Narrows-Veneer factory. Phone 235. 213 South Pmlafox Stntt.Keep P.nsc.la
ideal and only summerS Petersburg $10,000 furniture fac: Wefif'FIarida.MpHUCH'S ---- I
No.: 23 =H: C. Kellam D. W. Bow, '.

li t. man,'W:J.:Kumams' ,', inspectors; R. J.Seymburl ., TAKE HEEDAND tory.Mt Clifftori Telephone -company, !

: clerk. .! grain mill. '
Ke-sville-$10OOO
They're right too. FRANK' REILLY. DON'T LOSE YOUR, MONEY, Bedford-Canning .factory. BLEr DSt the Mosquito Out !
F. B., 'ftADCUFF. Chairman; to manufacture
S (Richmond: 'ctory'
tvi.; We've Panamas at Temporary Secretary. ,YOU AND, CAN SELECTING SAVE, By FROM LOOKING t MYLINE.AT., toikt. articles. Screen ygur.office or house, with Burrowe's 18-mesh

uffoik-450,0, ;, "O- development. ., cornany .:jiave no equal. A trial} wire screens. They fit any door or window. Made m
A Thousand Dolla" .
$3.50, $4.50, $5.00 and t Worth of-Good',. ;: : : nia. ? hard wood soft wood or metal. Sent 30 days triaLP.
W stVirg on
"I l ayft"b: e e'n.afflicted ,with kidnej ; Will convince the connoisseur

Wii! : 'J&7.50.& -Correct in shape gravel and bladder pr<;stones trouble: 'with[for years excruciating," passing JOS. Colem ; Par'Wctng-40,09Q eriburg-$5,000, tag m-ediciD.3 factory.lao that we 0. Box 104-.-Phone 1015. Best made. -


$4 everyone of them, and pain.known?: S61)8.coal..opfratpr A.. .H. :'Thurnes, of Buffalo, a, 0.well"I 212 ,S. Palafox:..s!! tor Charleston)*.' -$10.000. shoe factoryW :. mak'no extravagant ,,.,.,.,.,..............................................vOSCREENS'..:...i.-.-....'...................._................."v..".....................................................\",....................................t/W/A*.

that, app'rovedby got reliej from medicine until sto'n-$5,000 oil and gas com 'claims..
styles are no I be; and
gan taking., Fojey Kidney Cure then pany. 1 I Put them in before the FLIES

the: best; ,judges .and the result u .surprising..A few, L----------- Pennsboro-$5QJQO coal oil ani MOSQUITOES get into your house.
doses sorted.the, brick-dust-like: substance gas cornpany.Elkins Wholesale' and RetsilG'RIQCERS!
We furnish them CHEAPER NOW.
works. can
the best.dressers. I -$5,000 granite
and. now: have no pain across '
my kidneys.and: I feel! 1i1 e a new man. Spotlessly.Clean Clarkeburg-$10, ,00" roodng'an1( Supply of BRICK now on hand.Phonelt. .

If it's-a Panama you'reafter.be It has done.me. $10 9' worth of good.:: cornice 'company. .7 : .
\ 'manufacturing H. & CO.
Foleys Kidney pure will cure every 1ThntIngton-420,000 GWWVWVW.W1Y44 DcSILVA
.
: :sure to come company. V- .V.N
iti41
form of kldnayor bladder disease. W.
DandaH-$30,000building, and loan and 'aft'kinds, of Feed
here before.you buy it. A. D'Alemberte druggist. and. .ap the. ,
company. ; -
: -
cary. 'when you-opeo, your. )liun- ,- Stuffs.pluto .
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tI Straw. Hats 50c COJI -
S Other AththeN -C. K. of A. dry bundle from the. JAR Chamberlain's Remedy the Beet

to $3.00. Members!. :o( branch No. 210 will your linens wl|" e'Ironed and Most Popular. ? lumber Any ,Quantity Rough or Dressed.
: receive childf ,
holy communion ,in a body ,perfectly smpot "Mothers buy.itfor croupy n, WaterS
Sunday mocnijEis: 'the 15th ,!Inst, at H.4nd railroad men bufy it Qr' severe cough .
7 o'clock..BJsr.M :'St. Michael's even all vovet.Bverypiece and elderly people :buy it for la grip ,Owning! and operating our own saw mill we are naturally

frI11 : :- church. .M, eC'&t,tall ..t 6:30..' Wear S receives tfi iapst. pe," says Moore Bro .,- Eldon Iowa. In -a position to make lower prices to the consumer
badge. ry'member is than the broker who must buy through an outside roll)
Ey requestedto careful handling; "We sell more 'of Chamberlain's Cough and, Retail ,
attend.. Remedy than any other kind. It S '' --We"al8g; ; supply paints varnishes- and all kinds of build
-B. MOTTA seems to have tltkeD;,the lead aver several ers' supplies at lowest prices. Let,tIS urn1.6h you an estimate -
The Star
H O., ANSON THOS.:. ,JOliN'SONPres.. ,SteamLalJndrY other 'good ,bta ds." There Js,no y/.Otleans/ Grocery Co ,oh your needs.
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: Secy.Aprill32ts' question but this-medicine is the' bet.
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1't : CASH CLOTHIER, :, .. that can be procaj&l for coughs, and Saunders Mill Company
: colds whether itvbe a child or an
.S 'Ccmr Palifoi,and yjla GET A PANAMA,45.00, $7.50 AND 37B.r4nSt W en." 114 adult that is afflicted.- always curesand : Jas. .McHugh' ..
S1o.00"AT STANDARD. CLOTHING Pen acolt,_F1a. .I cures qulcklyj. :Sold by aU drug-. Phone 717', 21 East Garden Street.

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