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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 15, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
daily
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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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TERRIFIC EXPLOSION ON .. DELAARE[ Will ANNUAL SESSION, GRAND OF ODD LODGE- FELLOWS .t.





BATTLESHIP BE[ N NAME[ 0FNESHIP f <;1


KEA'RSARGELieut. EXAMINATION OF I
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Hudgins, and Five Others CORNER STONE. LAID WITH I NIGHT SESSION OF THE CIRCUIT., Monday.


Killed in Forward Turret Naval Vessel Will Be Named After r' COURT IS NECESSARY TO THE ENCAMPMENT

IMPRESSIVECERLMONIES: COMPLETE TAl<.

Little,Stata Unless Congress s
During Target Practice. .

I Specifically Objects. 'For the first time during the present. Excellent Program Has Been Arranged "
Notable Gathering'atCerelno1JY of Initagu- term of the' circuit court a night session

t . not
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IMMENSE DAMAGE was held last night. was for .
Two Years to, a DayLater Than for the purpose of trying a case,but
rating Work on Office Buildingfor Arrangements for Burial of Re- instead the examination of three \

Disaster on the Missouri Off FROM EARTHQUAKE young men who are seeking admlsa'on! :'
MAYOR BLISS WILL DELIVER
mains of Paul Jones. to the bar. The examinations were 1

Pensacola Congrers ae/i. commenced in the afternoon' before
Bay THE ADDRESS OF WELCOMEIN
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Judge Carter, toeing conducted by Hon.
... By Associated Press. I CEREMONY WILL TAKE PLACE W. A. Blount, Judge E. C. Maxwelland BEHALF OF THE CITY J
Tokio April 14.-A violent earth By Associated Press :Another prominent speaker on the C. M. Jones. ,
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SEVERAL INJURED quake occurred this' morning 'in.' the Washington, April 14.-The layingof occasion was Grand Master Waller!t AT NAVAL ACADEMY, ANNAPOLIS The aspirants to become members WHILE HON W. A. BLOUNT }

Southern part of the Island of For the corner stone of the office A... Brown, of the Grand Lodge of : : APRIL 24 CRUISER bf the legal profession are: W. W. I WILL PERFORM SIMILAR: : SER.4 .1.1I
I Clarke, of Milton; Chas. Turner of
mosa. The casualties and 'damage building for the House of Representatives -Masons, District of Columbia. .
I : CHARLESTON TO PARTICIPATEIN Camden, Ala.; A. Stephens, of Florala I VICE ON PART OF ORDER.
done, it is reported, have been heavier with solemn Masonic ceremonies -: The hermitically sealed copper Ala. When it was found that the ,1

Accident Occured Near Mouth of than those of the last earthquake.As this afternoon was madie notable box containing inside a copper box BENJ. FRANKLIN ANNIVER- examinations could not 'be completed 1
a
Guantanamo a result of" the earthquake by a speech by President with a glass top was placed in position SARY TUESDAY. without a night session the .examining Pensacola will entertain during t

Bay. these last month, 104 persons were Roosevelt in the presence of many so that the stone completely committee, court and applicants the week, comencing to-morrow the J
until 9 o'clock for ,
killed, 609 injured and twelve hun-''j:members of his cabinet, the supreme enveloped it.Tbe box contained, adjourned when the committee resumed work.supper Grand Lodge of Independent Order'd'.

dred houses were demolished. The i, court, representatives of foreign governments among other things the :Holy Bible,. Special To The Journal. Circuit Court. of Odd Fellows. The Grand Lodge j
FRIDAY APRIL 13
A FACT
ON damage done is roughly estimated at. senators, representatives of he declaration of session which
a copy :! Independence Washington D. C., April 14.-After Judge Carter disposed of the following will commence Tues-
WHICH EVERY SAILOR IMME- forty-five million.PROMOTION: and a large proportion of Washing- : a copy of the constitution a conference between the president. business in the district court yesterday day morning at 10 o'clock will bathe .1'

ton's population. of the United States, the American!Secretary of the Navy Bonaparte and : : fifty-first annual meeting! of the
LATELY RECAllEDPOWDERWAS I seat'of I II Senator; Ailee, of Delaware, it was I. W. S. Finch vs. W. H. Smith; plain- Grand Lodge of Florida. ?
PLAN flag; imprint of the the
The day was ideal for such an Important an Monday morning at 10 o'clock laa.
I announced that it had been decidedto tiff takes a non-suit. a
BEING TAKEN DOWN
and the stone was Uniteiai States and.a copy of the congressional twenty-second annual .
encampment
ceremony : name the new battleship Delaware C. Tabarras: vs. S.. Tabarras and V..
WHEN EXPLOSION OCCURRED BEING DISCUSSEDMEMBERS laid with ceremony in keeping with Record showing the ori- unless Congress should sp'ci- Katech; verdict for defendants. 10f the Grand Encampment' of Flor' ::

such an occasion. gin of theproject., finally indicate another name, and if Municipal Court. Independent Order of OaH Fel- 1
-CWSE OF DISASTER NOT it does it doubtless' will suggest thatit Nine persons faced Judge Laney i l lows will convene. Another sassioa
will take place in the afternoon after ,"
be named "Constitution. Battleships the city court yesterday. Seven were
YET DETERMINED.By OF TEACHERS' READ. by an act of Congress are cases of ordinary drunkness and the which the delegates will be en- :

Terms of New Russian Loan named after states, and Delaware other two misdemeanors. Fines aggregating -J ttertained with a trolley ride over the
.ING CIRCLE DESIRE. TO ", ]h city. At night degrees will be con.
as no namesake in the navy.' The I J21 were assessed.

Associated Press: ADVANCE BRIGHT Settled French BankersBy people of Delaware are desirous that ferred.The
by committee of arrangements
the battleship carry the name of
Washington 14. Two .
April
years has left
no stone unturned to
PUPILS.Th > the state. BASE BALL prepare
to a day later than the disaster on Burial of Paul Jones. an elaborate program in every.

the Missouri off Pensacola: harbor I I I Associated Press already, .cabled,_ namely!four hundred Officers of the! French naval squadron way for the visiting brethren :and
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gild as'every sailor 'Immediately recalled Paris, April 14. Official confirmation !: million dollars} in five par cent bondsat who will attend the ceremony of .
...Teachers' ReadingCircle..met be' : (ry-er two hundred delegates ate
on Friday the thirteenth & 88. issue to fi38d April 26 the burial of the.remains .of John .
of afternoon to disc the of the report that Russian financiers ex;ected to be present and they will ;
yesterday ss France will subscribe for two hun Paul Jones; it is expected, will 'visit
the month, six men met death in the subject which'the' members have and .French bankers had settled dred and thirty mUlion. Washington but as .)'et.no date has On Monday evening April 16th' at be royally entertainedby the members -

fcrward turret of the battleship, been stuktying .for the past month; the terms for the new Russian 'loan In official and financial circles, the been designated for their arrival 8:30 o'clock a very interesting game of the order tn this city and ';

Kearsarge by: one of those accidents viz., Spencers Essay on- "Intellectual was received to-days terms are considered sufficiently attractive pere and no arrangements have yet of indoor baseball will 'be played at I I the citizens of Pensacola. Amongthe

which acquire additional terror for Education. j| The terms agrea !"upon have been to assure over subscription. been made for their entertainment. the gymnasium of the Y. M. C. A. be-f social features planned in honor
At the next meeting which will be Secretary Bonaparte has issued an tween the Young Men's Baseball team of the visiting Odd Fellows, their
the sailor becausa of their obscure beld May 12th, the subject of promotions order directing that. all officers of and a team picked from the Married wives and daughters are sails on the
origin and the almost impoosiblity cf in the public schools of Pea-' 1 the navy anio! marine corps atendingthe Men's class. I bay fish dinners and a grand reception :!
prevention.The : :Aeroplane Operator Badly and ball. The latter ,rill be the
eaoola will be discussed. In the local ceremony stall wear the special The two teams are evenly matchedand .
Atlantic fleet the closing event.A
strongest schools promotions are regularly dress uniform. The ceremony will a'very Interesting: and exciting
quadron the United !States ever made but once. a year. In other cities take place at the naval academy, Annapolis 'game will no doubt be played. I hearty and genuine Pensacola.
Beach ,
at
owned, has been for weeks engagaa'in these long term promotions have Injured : Atlantic. Md., April 24. The team of which J. S. Leonard is welcome will be extended the visitors
drill in the Carribean culminating I by citizens in every walk of
sea
been found Inadequate to meet the Benj. FranklinAnniversary.. captain recently defeated the Married ;
in the regular record target reeds of pupils of.varied ,capacities I The cruiser Charleston has been Men's team composed of the elderly I life. Pensacola desires the delegates,
practice. This practice had been and consequently plans have been By Associated Press races. 'Today in tow of two automobiles selected to participate: i ia the two members of their class in a close to know that they are guests of the 4
1 very
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just about completed with most satI'facfory I city and that nothing is too good fon
'worked out for making the promotions : Atlantic Beach, Fla., April 14.- jie had ascended to a heighto hundredth I anniversary of the birth I and exciting game and a hard fought
results up to yesterday. oftener thus allowing the Israel Ludlow, of New York, inventorof about two hundred feet when al I of Benj.: Franklin at Philadelphia, contest is expected when the above I'them. .
To-day a cablegram' was received brighter pupils to 'complete the nor an aeroplane, was so /badly ,injuredby strong wind broke the bamboo supports Pa., April l 17, Commander Winslow, 'game is called.STRIKE The Program.The
from Rear-Admiral Evans telling cf mal eight year course in six or a fall here to-day that he will and the wings of the aeroplane I II commanding the Charleston, has following is the program fort!
the dreadful accident on the Kear- seven years. To make a careful probably Q' e. Ludlow has :been mak- I shut in, pinning him to the seat. The been designated to represent the the sessions ef the Grand Encampment
wrge. The news came from Cairo study of the plans USed in the best ing ascensions in his aeroplane in fall knocked out of line two verte- government and to lay a wreath of OF THE and Granat Lodge:

anera. a little cable: station at the American schools with a view to connection with the automobile brae, paralyzing the lower limbs. laurels on the grave of Franklin. Monday.
mouth of Guantanamo Bay Indicat- working out a suitable plan for the 10 a. .-Session of Grand Encampment

MS that the Kearsarge had arrived Pensacola schools will be the aim of POSTMEN ENDEDBy at Rafford Hall.

there. A slight telegraphic error requiring the Teachers' Reading Circle. If -- 2 p. m.-Afternoon Session of
the consumption of extra this study results in, agreement upon I Grand Encampment.
tine: to decipher the message adJou? some definite scheme of prc/iotion! Associated Press. : 4 p. m.-Trolley ride over the city.

to the anxiny of the officials. the matter will be presented to the Paris, April 14. The postmen,I 8 p. Exemplification of Beuatl-
Work of the Subordinate
When the message was finally re- school board for COn8 ::eration. !who have been on strike, are return- fied Degree
fyced to form it told of the death of I Encampment at new Odd Fellow'sHall
The teachers present at yesterday's It ing to duty. Now there are only
Lieutenant John M. Hudgins and Mir Reese, corner Baylen and Belmont
meeting were: fourteen hundred strikers out of a
>toe other men, with one' officer ands Miss 'streets. (All members of Subordinate -
iMiss Thompson; Miss Morley L' total of ten thousand: postmen. Th invited to at"tend
number of men slightly wounded. Suter, Miss Htaulette! Miss Cora postmen's strike at Lyons has Encampments are
:Powder was being taken down Ooleman the night session.)
Coleman, Miss Narsissa ,! ended.
then the explosion occurred. Mrs. Sampey, Miss ,Shulman Mrs. Tuesday.
9 a, m.-Address of Welcome Oft.
The
cause has not jet been determined
Suter 1lIss.'Day'. Mrs. McReynolds behalf of the city of Pensacola by :
nor the responsibility, if any 'Mr. Lockey, Mr. Lockhart.GENERAL SUEING ESTATE OfMARS"All
placed. ..- I Mayor; Chas. H. Bliss.
The naval regulations prescribe, -r- Vocal Solo
exactly what shall Be done in a case BATESON FIELD ter. ,
of this kind. The Admiral in com- Ab'dress of Welcome on behalf of
wand immediately orders a court of the Order by Hon. W. A. Blount, ;

inquiry to ascertain the cause of the RETIRED LISTBy j By Associated Press P G.
i- .. TIE CHZEDJ'Pomr tOf VIEW .,.1 ,' \ Violin Solo-Max J. Hoinberg.
Accident and to place the respond"H'ty -, -- Chicago April H.-Mrs. Ethel
by Grand Master A. 0. 4
therefor and a courtmartial < Eeatty, daughter of the late Marshall Response
*ill follow if anyone is found at .- Field, commenced suit to-day againstthe Binkley.
Associated Press. Vocal Solo MisH Lillian Gladden.
fault.
executors of her father's estate,
Washington, April 14.Lieutenant ; .t- : V asking that the court direct them to i lOa, m.-Opening session of tit #

AWFUL DISASTER ONBATTLESHIP I General John C. Bates was today ,:. turn over to her stocks and bonds to Grand Lodge.
retired list, having 12 noon-Excursion around Bay
placed on the
MISSOURI the amount of $857,000 which her
reached the statutory, age.. ,He was tI father gave her before his death but and fish dinner at Life Saving Sta.-

On two3'f'ars succeeded by Brigadier General J. delivered to her. tion.
Wednesday April 13. just which he never
session of the
to a day previous to the disaster -;' Franklin Bell as chief of staff but the ,L" ,' The suit is of a friendly characterand 7 p. m.-Evening
on the Kearsarge off Guantanamo rank of lieutenant goes to Major Gen- Is designed to give the execu- Grand Lodge. *
bay, thirty men were killed eral Henry C. Corbin, who suggestel :.]" tors legal authority for ,the transfer' 8 p. ExemplificaU9n of Su ordinate

during record practica on the battle- that a younger officer be placed at :.-',;" : ol the securities. Mrs. Beatty in-I| by Degrees Degree at Team new Odd of P?Fellow'sHall nsaco'! .

h iip M'ssourl'! while on the range off the head of the staff. herlted an aggregate of six million; No. 4. to which all member*
th* mouth of !IPensacola harbor. The General Bates served In the army FAS7ta dollars from her father's estate andj! of Lodge Subordinate Lodges both local

accident was caused by a "blow for 45 ,years the first four during the ? FLGwER 5 arc the stocks sued for are in addition visiting are cordially Invited.!
ana1
back" (U. e., 'fire remaining in the',,: civil war. He was commissioned a to this. Wednesday.
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h1Tt'of. the gun after the explosion, lieutenant by President Lincoln. His r2 .F stt$ l DitESS -
of Grand
m.-5essfon the
which New back fcto t the turret af-,; father was Attorney General in Lincoln's cw 9 a. "
tE'r: the breach was opened to reload' cabinet. K. OF L. BARBECUE! Lodge.
YJGMATIS VIEW m.-Att Session.
3 moon
the gun) which was presumably, the] General Bates served thirty years p.
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cause of the explosion that wrought 0 west of the Mississippi! 'river in Indian!: AT FERRY PASS p.
such Beautified Floor Work of the Rebel
havoc of
in ,the forward turret
D campaigns, served in the Spanish- r ah Degree by a Degree Team of

$i battleship Kearsarge on Frldayj American war and went to the.Philip :: ,--.. -. : I Naomi Reb?kah Lodge, No. 10, I. 0,
Ii
In pines in'1899.THREE : .: "_ e/ _,, '::; 1.1 7 0..F., at new Odd Fellow's Hall, to
the accident upon the Missouri ,'"... ... : "" WILL TRY TO HAVE GOVERNOR of the RebekahDegree
1i ; : 4coe :which all members
vefull charges of smokeless powderweighing \. %:;;;; .fl
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l four hundred pounds each, : KILLED BY ksLk sl / /2$1.I,1; : BROWARD PRESENT FOR AN. are cordially Thursday.

were exploded in after turret amt vf .
the .r.
hasdling / / -.fl' NUAL EVENT MAY 5.: 9 a. m. Closing of the Grand
room, and the only thing \ / l2 J'r.. Lodge.
that saved the magnificient vessel fASTTftAIN C' I
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from 3 p. m. Dedication of New Od4Fellow's :
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utter destruction! was the ..r .
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prompt action of Gunner Munson I. (\:-..-- : }.;__., :'f; I ,Manager Geo. Harper of the annual m.-Reception Hall. and Ball la
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't'bo, at the risk of his life plugged I .L/ _/\, barbecue which_the Knights of Labor honor p.of officers and members of the
up the aperature between the By ,Associated- Press I 1 r : will hold at Ferry Pass, May "5, was in, Grand Loafee at new Odd Fellow's

hsndlina room and magazine with an Greenville, Pa., April 14-r-Mrs- # : the city yesterday mating 'preparations Hall, corner of Belmont and Bayleft
enItt powder can and remained atls 'Mary Calvin and. her twp 'young: : for the big event. '
post while the magazines were daughters were killed and two other ( -- "--.:; '-'..., -r t i The citizens of Ferry Pass will endeavor .streets Committees.

fioodej with! water. children badly Injured at ,a grade j .' THE .. tI : to have Governor Broard General Arrangement-Thomas C.
Erie ,railroad at Atlantic ; s MArt&.VI>:w'; i. : '
crossing on the present at the barbecue,and oflcourse Watson grand representative chairman
Schaeffer Won. near here, this afternoon. The y ... !' I all of the candidates for county offices ; A. V. Clubbs, P. G. P.; Johm
New York April 14.-iS halfer won 'party was in a carriage which was I N will fee expected to be there. The

this' afternoon's billiard match from struck by a 'train running 75:i miles SOME VIEWS OF EASTER I program will be published later. .(Continued OB Pip Tare*)

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:'7kD4< *' )!; -;; Fashionable Fabrics loc, LacesPoint $1.25 Table Damask Silk for Easter WearWhen


..iswVc i.l de Paris Laces with Measuring 72 inches wide,
it to Silks
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;f .k ; For Your Easter Gown. Inserting to match and Fine Easter Offering every thread pure linen, beau- simply can't be beat. We have we

i f Silk Organdies, beautiful l Torchon ,Laces, with Insertingto tiful floral designs to select the finest and best line of pat

".l 't r: sheer goods, the ideal fabric match, worth up tQ lOc, t from. terns to select from in the city.

:r.\t5 for evening.wear, Many handsome Consisting of : .

;W c ,I designs to select from, at Extra Special, 5c the yard Point de Paris Laces, Torchon Laces. with Extra Special,,98c the yard. Pin Stripes and small Checks
\ from $1
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{, 35c and 50c. ; MONDAY up4O.inch

: i1 L'4 Shadow Silk Checks I colors MONDAY Insertings to match Table Damask, Linen : Silk Downe at $1.19.

Jt1ip J.11 Gas Blue, Sunrise Pink, Cream Not on sale before eight Towels and Queen's Gray Suiting. Not on sale before eight Alabasant Silks at $1.39.

-t .White, at 25c yard. thirty. thirty. Crepe de Cheine at 89c.
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'.' ''A line of MORNING 8:30: .
complete handsome SALE .BEGINS. MONDAY Shantong Silk at 75c .
.1 up.China'
1.l' 11%: Laces suitable to go with.fEk All Out'of Town, Orders Filled, Wash. Fabrics : and Japs at 50c.

.;.. fb "' j these ideas goods.in Parasols Also suitable many hew for Extra Special.Hop .. .. '.', as Long as Goods Last.READYTOWEAR. Suitable For Easter Wear. Moire Silk Batiste, black and

'f rJ1= Easter. Be sure and see them Beautiful sheer goods. They comprise white only at $3.00.5c.for. '
Sack Suiting, measuring SKIRTS.LINEN all of the new ideas in wash
: < 4'm ,before you leave the store. 48 and 54 inches wide, inQueen's fabrics for smart dressers.

I.'iWf1 1' { -- MB HMai HMB SKIRTS, PURE WHITE, FROM. .. .. .. .. t, .. .. ..$4.00 UP '\Paris Muslins from 50 to 85c. I
Gray, BLUE, BLACK AND ,WHITE MOHAIR. SKIRTS, FROM .. ..4 .. ..$5.50 UP Persian Lawns from 15c to 35c.
ip4: MILLINERY DEPARTMENT. QUEEN GRAY SKIRTS at. .., ... .. :. '.. .. .. ,-:..",- .. .. ..$6,00 72-inch Organdie from 50c to $1.00. lOc linen Towels.
.rU:. India Union from 10 to 35c.
; : Special 69c and $1.39.
,J : I A new line of Sailor Hats French Lawn from 25c to 50c. 10 doz Linen Towels, red

1; "' will reach here Wednesday. A READY-TO-WEAR DEPARTMENT. Mercerized Royal Lawn 3c to 60c. border with fringe, all pure
c White Dotted Swisses 10 to 35c.
t't't full! line of Trimmed Hats at all ON SALEMONDAY A COMPLETE LINE! OF FINE LINGERIE WAISTS FROM $1.75 to $3.50 Full ine Colored Organdies at lOc() linen, extra special Sc each.

::f' P ; rices. Be sure and visit the SILK WAISTS: EL'ABORATELY TRIMMED, at .. .; ,x .. .. .. $3.50Capital Colored Dotted Swiss at 15c: Not more than one dozen to a
= '' Sheer Colored Lawns at lOc.
;,t".l.1 l i A*, .' 'Millinery department before :And hundreds of others. Do. yourEaster customer. For Monday, sale

:i 1J' ; you l leave the store. at eight thirty, THE: :BIG STOR ;. shopping at the Big StoreWatson begins at 8:30.:

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PHOTOGRAPH COUNTY. ,METROPOLIS. riages, tabulator and two color
To the Voter of THE EASTER RUSH IS OVER !
Democratic Florida: and pledge myself, if nominated and : ribbon movement, is the most complete -
: 4 Under the present system: of.nominating .afterwards' elected, to administer the iI -- combined
your public servant?; for ofSce, duties of, the' office fairly and. impartially. -: Have a settingfor 1I., Special to The .JO\Jrnal. : ,
Century, April 14.41rs. F. C. Me- Billing andCorrespondence
: each! pf you have a right to say who Easter. We : We Come the Announcement f
The state of Florida has wonderful Gill an* children from. Perdido, are to YOU with. of
BbalJ be your nominees. possibilities before it, and in my will see that spending a day or two with Mr; and "
'.-' It :beIng impossible for the individual humble opinion no agency can be sucha you get- full Mrs. J. Vaughan, en .route to theft- New Arrivals. in Our Several Departments.
voter to know, personally, each potent factor in its development as / new homeat St.-Andr ws Bay. machine manufactured. Designedas
candidate who offers himself for a the railroad commission. For this reason money's worth \\Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Tracy, with it was for fast service, built for
tate office, the undersigned introduces : the voter should weigh carefully S ( Master Leon. and little Miss Annis, Gold Skirts. bard use, recommended by experts
t- _;___ himself to you through the medium the claims of every one who offers Cabinets &s low spent Saturday,,in Pensacola.Mrs. : Quality and guaranteed against wear,tt is
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m;j of the' press. Judges of the courts of for the, place. This announcement is Armaston, who has l been spend As the name indicates, they are offered as the idealTypewriter
,l Florida have never made it a prac. a. dIret; personal appeal to you. indi as ing several weeks with: her n1e$ 11 V. made ot
1 } garments -of.hlgbgrade--weII
tice: to solicit votes)bY personal ati4 vidually. Two"memn>ers of the board:' $1.98he; dozen (_ Mrs. Crannell> retHrned to her hom vogue materials and fashion's latest "
peaL Members of the railroad com : are tobe' selected. I want to be one 11 I' in Brooklyn N. YV last Wednesday. models-best of all, the prices ara
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mission are judges.' They decide certain' of them. I want your vote and sup- Kodak Furnishing : : : Jne gentle 1ittla y. is greatly miss: -'t .' reasonable- 5.0& to J18.00 each. for producing the most good work in
31' matters between the great cor. port. Should you choose me, I prom- fp the shortest time with the least effort.
4 .) porations and the people. it would ise that you shall never have cause Kauffmann ed.Mr.. Crannell goes- to Pensacola 'I :' Write today for full description.
I be unfair, therefore, while others are ____
to regret, it. Monday a delegate to the Grand Lodgs '" Local Agent wanted for
attending to the duties they are paid I believe my large acquaintanceship of I. 0. 0. F., which peets in that. \ Fine Batiste unoccupied territory.
f; to perform, for another individual in your county (Escambia), to Romona andhlafox city. THE ARITHMOCRAPH CO.
seeking the position to take advant. whom I refer ;you, will vouch for my Mrs. Guinnette from New YorK Good quality, neat designs, strictly Majestic Bldg., Chicago
I At.ft; age'of this. fitness'for'the office. k'1Aniusernenis City, Is visiting.her 'sister, Mrs. Glov. a washable anl; desirable} cloth. Well
I live at Lake City, Florida; I am As any loyal Democrat would dp, 1 er. *1'r- worth 12c a yard. Our special
15 L,lu*.- ",aW a candidate for Raijroad' Commissioner pledge myself to abide by the result Mr. and Mrs.' Cross, from Michigan- : I price lOc. 204 West Bay Street,
: ; I am Yifgianian by birth; entere of the primary, and will sup rt the are visiting: Mrs. Ranney their daughter I I '2000 yards of a better grade' three JACKSONVILLE FLA.
.1 Confederate navy when ,12 years I nominees 'thereof at the regular elec iEH at this place. They celebrate #1 inches wider, only 121hc.
of age, and surrendered with'the naval tion. their golden wedding May 6.--(Mr.w.Jos -
b forces under Geo. Joseph E. Johnston Very respectfully is quite hale and enjoys tfie. -
r at Greensboro, N. C., in 1865; 1 T. J. APPLEYAHD. S "Virgnia: Reel" very much. Dress Linen.'We .
iI have, resided in Florida for over 23 Lake City, Fla., April 9, l&W. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Allen, from Michigan, VVOODA1lkinds
years; have been in the newspaper C 3 4" ...>.>..... 3a>> tt"tI:''''';.. spent .the winter with their daughter, \ call your attention especially to
..;:. ? i business all that time; have diligently Farmers, mechanics railroaders,Ia.]1..4" Mrs. Hauss. 2ilr. Allen has returned our Dress Linen depatrment, where that you want.
and faithfully worked for the upbuilding -borers rely on Dr. Thomas'- Eclectric home but Mrs Allen will remain. Waists.Just the best known and moat reliable qual.
I1- and development of the state during Oil Takes the sting out of cutS: som&weeks longer. Royal ities await you.
.. The Jolly Pathfinder .
.1' all these years, and my every effort burns or bruises at once. Pain can- Mrs J. B. White, from Detroit :Mich:, "Genuine Round Thread Linen," 36 OAK AND PINEcheaper
t : in the future will be to that end, not stay where it is used. Tomorrow at the opera house Rent. is visiting Mrs. John :Milieu. the kind of Waist you inch, 50c; 42-inch 65c; 54-Inch 75c;
in .whatever position I may hold; am .frfow's Big Comedy Company, The Mrs. Freere, the daughter of CoL like; neat,well-made, tailored 72-Inch, $tOO; 90-inch, $1.35. can buy
thoroughly acqualnteJ with the wants I Jolly Pathfinders will open a week's licker, of Detroit, Is visiting her effects; some open back, Fine, sheer, LInen Lawn, 36-inca, 25, than you size you
...ii1' and-:needs of every section of.Florida, $100.00 REWARD engagement presenting Milton Noble's brother, Mr. Frank Hecker. some open front, some short 35c, 50c 65c and ,75c yd. want.it anywhere. Any
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as 'my acquaintanceship and travel sleeves, some long sleeves,
Century has quite numfoer of : .
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hu led me at times into every counjj4g' : $1 O.OO reward will be paid for the great sensational comedy drama prominent visitors. all new lingerie m .t(rills,
ty within its borders; have twice arrest and delivery to the sheriff of "From .Sire to Son." The company The ''Methodist quarterly conferenceis sizes 32 to 44,prices Noyelty Betting, Belts, Neckwear, E. G. SEWELL
been chosen to represent you in Democratic Walton county.., one Charlie Renols, carriesa; special car load of scenery in session now. I Veils and Veiling just; received.
national conventions; have a negro. Description: Height. 5 feet and each,play will 'bV made a grand The1 public school is preparing exercises $ .25't 0 $8 eacb. We solicit your business. Phone 614.
been connected with the state senateIn 10 or 11 inches; :weight about 160 bj : ..
for
May Day.
Florida since 1887, most of the.time 170"pounds; .bright mulatto with med scenic production. / -
as secretary, and can confidently re ium, large eyes. Has scar on 'upper The Jolly Pathfinders are well INCREAINGHIS FORCE
:,: fer:) as' to my faithful attention to the lip to the right of nose and when last known to the local play goers it 'being TO MEET GROWING BUSINESSA. Watson, Parker & Reese Co.,
r duties imposed upon me, to any memo seen he wore a blue faded jumper
_ 4 ber of the legislature during that overalls, a gray cap a new pair of No. the oldest repertoire-company on the Moog, wholesale .liquor dealer of Phone 193. Succeaoora to Green Watson. BaseBall
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Manager
time:, as well as to the records in tie S fine sharp toed, shoes., .Reward to road and this .season Rent-' this city, has recently increased his '-.- -,
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archives of the state, it bein'g a fact be paid by J. A. RicbJboiirg. & Co., frow claims 'to' have! one. of the best force in all departments a view of 'l
that these records have never been Crestview Fla. companies he has ever had. ---
I doubling his volumne of (business.
: : attacked in the courts. The vaudeville ''feature this seasonis Seven people have 'teen put in the A Joyous Easter Tide be Thine. I Florida and Alabama _
: Railroad1 commissioners of nearly all EASTER SERVICES AT The Sunetaros Family in their wonderful bottling department and a variety of EASTER SUNDAY
t Lt! the, states of the Union have, where ST. CYPRIAN MISSION Japanese acts. This is by far choce! wines brandies, gins whiskies Young Lettuce..Queen Olives LAND ,:
t- iT the powers given are judiciously! ex -- the highest class act ever-carried bya l and cordials have been prepared: for :Sliced Tomatoes Crisp Celery COMPANY.Manufacturers
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ercised, proven of great ""benefit to the Following is the order of servicesat popular price attraction. : shipment to his extensive mail order Blue Points of There will be a game
general public, and there is no reason St Cyprian Mission (colored) in There will be' a 'big advance sale trade. Mock Turtle Soup and
1 why Florida should be an exception the old Christ church edifice this during the day and the capacity of Mr. Moog's brands all well Salted. Peanuts Pealers ta
are
tQ the rule. Experience has polntet morning Rev. D. D_ Moore, pastor:. the house will no doubt be tested tomorrow known Baked. Lake Trout, Maitre d' Hotel LUMBER, SAWED CYPRESS SHIN. INDOOR
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they have gained a reputation
out defects in our railroad commission !Processional Hymn 117. night Ladies will be admitted Boiled Calves Tongue. i GLES AND KILN-DRIED SAP.
and this fact coupled with a lot of
]law that is being remedied byte Gloria, Chappell. free under the conditionsif -
_ usual hustle has made his one of the! largest Raisin Sauce |1 BASE
legislature at each session, and Te'Deum. Rose of Sharon, Saul. seats are secured before six o'clock Roast Vermont Turkey j
mail order and wholesale liquor houses
.: by this process, within a few years, Jubilate, Aldrich 137. each day Monday and Tuesday I in this section.: He is agent for the Oyster Dressing! I Marine Grocery Co. BALLTomorrow
: we will doubtless have a law that will Hymn 112. famous Savory Gravy Crabapple Jelly
Bethesda Lithia Water, of
be all that it should ''be in the interest Gloria Tilbl. Paxton. 'Gentry Bros.! Famous Shows Coming the peers of table water on the one market Prime Roast of Western Beef, I I 604, 606, SOS,' 610 S. Palafox St.
_ ot the people Hymn 123.Ottertory" The advertising of the Gentry Drip Gravy Phone
and also for the famous Budweis- 725.
I am confident of my ability to fill Lyon.Recessional Bros. Famous Shows has arrived in er Beer which enjoys large sale Braised Ribs of Mutton with,Browned Night
& office acceptably and efficiently, Hymn 122. the'city and the a
the\ large advertising everywhere. Sweet Potatoes V. J,VIDAL, Manager.THE .
crew are ,:busiiy'engaged.! coveringthe I. Boston Cream Fritters, Champagne
-; bill boards, dead walls;"a d' windows -;:I ,- -- Blanco H-)ME' OF GOOD THINGS TO
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THE
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with their attractive,-, printing IMPORTANT SCIENTIFIC DPiCOV Creamed Potato Souffle
and advertising. _, I ERY.A Baked Summer Squash EAT
LtJ5j Spring Medicine'The The date selected for their engagement i Boiled Spinach with Eggs i Just Received:

in this clty-is.TueildaY 24, Clinical Preparation That Positive String Beans Halibut Chunks, Halibut Quick Lunch V M LA.Between
when two performances will be given I ly Kills the Dandruff Germ. PineappleShortcake with Cream 50 kite of fancy Mackerel Jl.25 per So 1Y1 .
best is Hood's Sarsaparilla. It at 2:15 in the afternoon ,and at eight I I A most important discovery has Mince Pie kit. .
o'clock sharp at_night'- ,. The grand !been made after a year's patient Strawberry Frappe I I 50 klt! Salmon. $1.25 per kit
M the best because it does the most good street parade will be een on the prIn-1,i 1aboratory work aimed in a certun Layer Cake with Icing! ,! 50 kits halibut Uns, $1.25 per kit the
cipal streets! at 10:30: in the morning' direction It is Newbto's HerpJcide; Assorted, Nuts and Rainsins I I I I SO kits ef-Coi-Tongties and Sounds.
While it mikes' the blood pur, fresh, on the day of exhibition- |a preparation that prevents falling Easter Bs'gs Jl.25 per kILBloaters .

and lively it, tones the stomach to bet The Gentry Shows, are positively I It.atr. and speedily and permanently Edam Cheese Salilaes Milken and Roes, Herring Young Men's BaseBall
_' twice' larger than ever< before this eradicates! dandruff. These evils are Cafe Noir Codfish, :Pickled Salmon' Dill Pickles,!
ter digestion creates an appetite stimuj year number of new and-move features ![I I I caused by a germ or parasite> that German Saner Krout. .
: iJ4 lates the and liver having been added, among them burrows into the scalp, throwing up .,. Pigs Feet in kits.- H-00. Team
gives '
_ kidneys new being number of circus dandruff OFFICE t: MOVED ManewU
a big acts; as it seeks to sap the life! 11 and. Laoge.'t Fruit Cake.
if ; brain, nerve and digestive strength. which are now ""being: presented for the'' df the hair at the root. There's no National Biscuit Co', Fruit Cake, 25c and aPicked
_ first time in this country. baldness without falling or thin' hair, per pound,
An' unlimited list of cures-40,366,tes. no thin hair without dandruff, anvi WE HAVE MOVED OUR OFFICEFROM We handle,the celebrated blends of
testimonials in its merit. CONFERENCE WiLL NOT no dandruff if the germ 1 is destroyed. BUILDING, toffee roasted by the Gulf City Coffee Team
2 years proves MEET THIS .SUMMERBy I Newbro's' HerpicSde is the only preparation Tt'lE.KEYSER Co., H.; :P. Chipm&n, Manager.Omca .. .
WHARF, TO OUR COYLE
SPECUL.-TO meet the wtslws of those who f I that will do the work. "De PAUAFOX \ 35c lb.} Gold Standard. 25e class
yrffu medicine in tablet form w.at* BOW poV Associated1 Press I STREET WHARF..PATRONS IN from the married men's
lb Diamond Blend, 25c Ib
iW Una np Hood'a SaraapariUa in elioeolato oatad Mri.W.A.Saowdeii,10SMiHonSt.Dedhim. stroy the cause, you remove thor .tftect. ; ; Golden
WILL PLEASE
CALL
L' : tablets as well at in the usual li -- ndoda Hood'i SanapariU toatolid ntract know thfrcnrinr Power of Hood'Saziap&zilIa.. good authority that it is now certain -bert druggist and apothecary 121 UP PHONE ,No. 77r AS THE ODD fresh roasted and as gooJ at 8:30: p. m.
?t. *? w trU.tar** ".*retained.vry me4ieiaal in the tablets jngmdi.L.euratiT propAner dreadful a long lOre which illness Hood'a I had SusaparilI milk let and ner.a the second Hague conference' South Palafox street, or send lOc in NUMBER HAS BEEN'DISCONTIN.. as any pplee q1d.tp:!thjs city.
: *. Sold bJ) dnamstl or eat by maD lOG fectly cured.: This medkine purified my Wood .will not meet here during the coming stamps tQr sample to The HerpJcide! I UED. Send us your orders and we will denver cents
% JI AOHI one dollar. C.E Hood Co.Lowell,Mass and mvteorated my whole .,stem." ..,/ summer., Co., Detroit, Mich. DUNWODY-AIKEN TOW BOAT CO. promptly Admission 25

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-= THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL SUNDAY MORNING II ,APRIL 15, 19i. 1'AGETHRE: j
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FELLOS'Continued[ I ', -Tuesday


We're calling attention today i

( :From First Page.( men's to our Three lines of Dollar Men's Shoes.and Wo I I of Bargains Wednesday )

TVillock, P. G.; H. S. White, P. G. Whatever price we name fora i
Ed. Greenblatt, N. G.; T. H. Fleetwood Shoe, we intend.that the Shoe I .'. ;; \ 4
N. G.; .B. R; Witkovskl. V. G:; will be the best, that the same 6 .
iOha' "-les FriedricksW-. G.;' Jacob amount of money can or wlil I .. .;;
Kryger, P. G.: N. A. Neilson, P. G.; I buy anywhere. .
C Eo Shackleford, P. G.; T. G.'Stin- We've never seen our $3.00 .
(o"'I, ixti erg wIasworv son, P. G.; C. L. Smith, P. G.; Henry Shoes equalled for the money I; :T i I That t will gladden the hearts7of the shrewd and 1
We're\ Head Hunters Jeudivine, P. G.. secretary.. We've a treat in store for the i BARGAINS
Badges to the Grand Lodge and Three Dollar Shoe wearer:. I'
Grand Encampment, will be distributed thrifty buyers. I. II ., ."
At This SeasonIf to the members at the morning Men's
open session Styles

you're a hat hunter let's (Recpetion CommIttee-A. C. Bink- EXTRAORDINARY TO loosen the purse sfalngs of the :
ley chairman; Mrs. F. M. Smith, I Vici Kid Patent Kid, Patent
make a date to meet, say tomorrow .Mrs. B. R. Wltkovski, Miss' Minnie: I Colt and Gun Metal Calf. .
-any hour to suit you, I Wood, Miss Mattie Vucovitch, Miss Extreme styles or Conservative economical shopper and convert '
Willie Kendrick, J. E. Williams J. shape's. I, : --
we'll be on the lookout for you \ D'AR'GA'I NS -
W.1il1ock, T. G. Stinson, ,J. Swing or Straight last, Kih: 1 our stocks into cash. -
all Jay. Girkins, E. Greenblatt Henry Jeude- or 'Low Cut, Lace or Butter \J! .1 It
>Straw Hats, $1.00 to. ..54.00 vine T. H. FleetwooiS! C. L. Smith, sizes. I ':
Felt Hats and Derbies, $2 to C. E. Shackleford N. McK. Oerting.: i .
;Ball Committee-Henry Jeudevine Women's .' '111" That we stand back of every statement we
$5.00.Panamas; chairman,- lIss Nelta, Elliott. Miss i Styles REMEM BE A'
$5.00 to .. .$10.00 Mattie K. Yucovich, .Miss Minnie I = I make, ready, at all times to refund your
Wood, C. U Wilkins B. R. Witkov'I Viet and Patnet Kid, Valour ,

-. ski Grand, C. L.Secretary Smith. A. M.\ Cushman. Calf Lace and or Bluchers.Patent Colt, Button, money for any purchase made of us that is not satisfactory. i, r

and wife arrived last 'night from I Narrow Or Medium Toes, Cu-
dllDARD1to1ThuE3EII Gainesville and are quartered at ban'er.Medium Heels. All sizes
the Southern iHotel!:, which has Keen and widths..
nr selected 'as head quarters for the
Odd Fellows during the Grand. Bargains in Waists r White Goods Bargains

Lodge.Several merchants' have signified 1 10 doz. fine $!.39 White Lawn Bargain Sale of Silks White Check Nainsook, Sc qualify -
--.-- their intention of decorating their BOSTON SHOFashionable Waists, special each . ..98c for. .. . . ? .. ..?5c
WM. D. HOWE 'places of business: in honor of the 75c White Lawn'W'asts'' ; all sizes 40c White Wash Jap Silks, spe- Sheer White: India Linon, special.5c

delegates atti:: the Grand Lodge i to go at.., . . .. V47c cal.: . ... .. ... ... .. 23c, 18c White Crer>>bed yarn India
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR, meeting being held in Pensacola. i STORE Finest $1.50 White Lawn: Waists 27-inch Japan Silks, sheer and Linon, special.: . . .10cSpecial ;

LAW Committees from local lodges' will I special . .. .. . .$1.19 dressy, special. . . ,25c75C bargains in :Sheer and Fine '
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14/j EAST GOVERNMENT ST, ceet. all trains commencing todayand Be sure to see the special 1 bargains I Faille Brilliant Silks, black India Linons, PersIan Lawns
.. direct the visiting". Odd Fellowsto i Foot Fitters ; in. Lawn and Linen LIngere Waists at and colors . ... . 45c and Batiste at 19c 22'/ac> and 35c per

COTTRELL, headquarters. : :, ,.. ,,- ,-"- """ ..........."'''''z=-'\' h'I' I $1.69, $1,98, $2.39, $2.98, $3.90 and 50c Jap Silks, all colors, special..39c yard. ;
The Rabekahs maybe here' in suf- $7.49. These values are positively 27-inch Crystal Pointille Silk, spe Lingere Linens and Linen Lawn

FINE Pensacola,PHOTOGRAPHS., ficient numbers for the organizationof -. .unmatchable, and of :the very latest. ; eia!. ;:. ... . : . .. .39c59'c ,, Suitings special cut prices. ,
Fla.: a 'general assembly, which has : models. Louis'.ne! and Fancy Taffeta 20c">White Auto Suiting: thorough
been spoken of for some years. Sav- BASEBALLBirmingham Silks, neat dark styles, special ly shrunk, Irish linen finish
eral mambers; of ,th,? Daughters; of special ,15035c
Monday 32c
WEDDING PRESENTSCut Rebekah will be he e' during the Bargains Skirts'Navy : Bleached T8b'l Damask, special
Monday will i closeout
Glass and Sterling Silverware Grand Lodge Session the balanced morning we our I Plaid . . .'. . . 23o
Naomi Rebakah"Lodge' No. 10, black of black Wool Skirts fancy 75c! Bleached Table Damask,
W. A. Gahlenbeck 218 S. Pal foi St. Lou'isine special
. will hold .its. regular., meeting Mon- by the fourth consecutive $2.25 value .. . .. .$1.69, the Taffeta and Silks silks from sale . . . .. ..49C '
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day at the hall. on West Garden $4.00 Mohair Skirts in black or peremptory
victories: over 'Nashville has assumed $1.00 Extra Satin Damask, to go ;
TURTON & BELL street, as the Encampment Degree the undisputed lead in the navy, special. ?$2.95 '36 worth inch up to $1.19 Taffeta per Silks yard for..43c 90c at' .730BARGAINS '
Pagoda
will be conferred at the new OdtfFellow's New Circular Mohair Sicilian N' PKiNS"
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1810.I Hall. JSouihern League pennant rac, inasmuch $5.00 value, special.. . . .. .._,9 e IN AND
I Kodak Supplies. Finishing for Amateurs. 'as Atlanta who was tied Skirts, latest models, special! LUNCH CLOTH''
with her, was defeated' br Montgomery. bargain .. . ... .. .. ..$3.49 $1.25 Washable Popger. Silk, spe-
vial bargaIn.. .. .. .. ..89c
CARD OF THANKS. ? -
I The Barons achieved the honor: $7.50 New Style Mohair o rPana-
R. K. WHITE, I I take this .method of thanking the of being the. only home! team in the. ma Skirts, in blue, black or \, Special
Watchmaker,Manufacturing Jeweler and Graduate I many kind friends and neighbors :for Southern Leagueto win yesterday. navy, special . .. .. .:.$5.90 Bargain Sale of' &J1
Optician 30 S. Paiafox Street; Pensacola Fla. the sympathy and assistance tendered -I Shreveport triumphed over Memphis $8.00 Queen Gray' Panama Skirt MO J i A Y
me on the occasion of the death of. 'Little Rock took 'a fall out .of. new style! special. .. .. .$6.90 .
my wife, and also' for the. beautiful New Orleans and like ..Rurrett's'Montgomery Special values in 'Fine' Skirts at Embroideriesat Bargains
Tersely Told floral tributes sent at the time of her t << crew trimmed Atlanta:: $7,90, $9.49"'and $11.90._
burial. Their kindnesses will never' Mike Finn and his Nashville crew i 5c, 9c, 15c and 25c 9 t to II o'clock only
be forgotten.CHAS. opened the' season with a pitcher, Special Bargain'in Silk$. Shirt Waist The Greatest Embroidery Event of
FREDERICKSON: playing shortstop, due to the injuryof Suits at $9.49. $10.49, $12.90, 16.50, the season. Best 15c Edinboro Zephyr Ginghams
C. F. Bonacker returned last night Castro the regular guardian of and 1950. and Chambrays choice
from Mobile, where he had bargain at. . 9c
styles great
gone on that position. a "
White Wash Skirts in duck, pique
business. I GRAND .LODGE Boston, much to the surprise of the, and linen-'at special prices. '. Bargain Sale I of Torchon 36-inch White Dotted Swiss (best
A small quantity of Blue. Ribbon baseball world holds .a''firm grip on New Belts, New. Veilings, New Neck- .. 15c value, for this sale . 8'/fcc
Lemon or Vanilla'-flavors"perfectly; SESSION'.OVER first place_ in the National League:' w ai.. .' ., and Round Thread Laces. Ladies' Fine Black or White Lace
Absolutely pure, ''goes twice as far I The Beaneaters again won from J Lisle Hose, 50c value special
and gives desserts the "Blue Ribbon'' Brooklyn, while .New York defeated '". ,.,; lie and 8e Torchon Laces for this 3 pairs for $1.00 or. .: .35c
flavor." Philadelphia and Cincinnati managedto -Bargains in Hammocks sale ;. . .. ... ..'. .3/aC! lOc and 12& Percales, ,special for
I II I KNIGHTS OF HONOR ANNUAL break into-tie.- won, column; by lOc and 12%c Torchon Laces, spe- this sale . .. ... .. .8'Ac
Marion Clutter of the music flravrf I' MEETING SHOWS ORDER IN. vanquishing Chicago;:-;f' 95C to $1.69 each. Much, below ': vial .. ." .. . . . .5c 20 yards good 36-inch Bleached
Clutter & Rushing' has returned froman EXCELLENT SHAPE. The American'.' League: season regular prices. !T "'. Special bargain offerings of Domestic special for. ,, eo .$1.00
extended business trtp to New -- opened yestemiaywith victories for 50c Hammock Pillows, special .. ::29c French and round thread Val 10 yards Stout Sheeting Domestic
York City.W. Thomas F. Wrighton! former Grand Philadelphia and New / York over ;, Laces at 25c, 39c 50c and $1.00 per for . . . . . .39c
D. Howe who has been with Dictator of the Grand Lodge} A. H. Washington. and' Boston respectively. < 25c Drawn Work Dresser Scarfts
200 Curtainsdozen.
'" PairsfSample . .
Maxwell & Reeves for some time' has D'Alemberte, Grand Reporter Knights! Southern League. special 12c
opened office Government of Honor have returned from Gaines Birmingham 3 Nashville 2. lOc White India Linon for this .
an on ;! ; I
from 4Sc to $3.90 per pair. A saving t Hats 1
Ready-to-Wear
I sale -
street ville, where they attended the Grand Shreveport 8; Memphis 4.
Lodge meeting .of the order. Both Montgomery: 8; Atlanta 3. to you of 40 per cent. (Finest 25c Persian and French
Wm. J. Riedel who has been absent : gentlemen speak in high terms of the Little Rock 4; New Orleans 1. Special bargains in Ladies,' and (Lawns inches wide, special
from the city for several good accomplished for the order and National League. Misses' Hats from 23c to $8.90 each. per ya'rd. .. . . . 19c
Ronthg: has returned to accept a position the condition of the organization.: Boston 1; Brooklyn 0. .. Mill Ends of finest 15c Printed
with L. S. Brown & Co. Mr. D'Alemfoerte state that Supreme Cincinnati 1; Chicago 0. Lawns and Batistes, special .6'/2c
Thomas W. Griffith, a prominent Treasurer Frank Sliger of St. Louis, New York 2; Philadelphia] 1.
citizen of Bonifay was in the city was present at the session and lent St. Louis-Pittsburg rain.
yesterday.'Within to the Jn American
aid
great gathering many League.
the next few days a concrete ways. Philadelphia< '4; Washington 3. Souvenirs given away to the Follow the Crowd to the Busyfirst
session Grand New York 2 Boston 1.
walk will be laid to the.county During the Reporter ; '
jail from the gate to the entrance of D'Alemberte read his report which Virginia 3; Yale 2. twenty purchasers of $2
the prison was encouraging. This ,report showed Norfolk, Va., April 14.-In the Store Monday Morning

that during the past twenty-four I presence of a large crowd Virginia or over at 9 o'clock. .
The city is orderly and quiet. Few and a half! years, since the organization -I defeated the strong Yale :University '
arrests have been made by the po- of the order in Florida there baseball team by a score of 3 to 2
]lice. Those arrested were charged have occurred 296 deaths. The in a terrific struggle. The result ,
with misdemeanors.B. amount drawn from the supreme lodge I was a surprise to the easterners and

Lynn W.ekiy, of Fisher, was treasury for payment of death claims their sympathizers.'
bete yesterday on business.L. has been J578.250. Amount pa'd in Trinity 6; Harvard 5.
lodge to the Richmond, Va:, April 11-Harvard
from this grand 'supreme
T. H. LANNON & CON
L. of Richmond isis
Hagedorn, treasure $664,034.25.makiI'; the vas treated to a surprise party in
fn a5.the city spending a few days .with amount paid in excess of amount the game'against Trinity College
drawn f84,534.25, The report ,further this afternoon. The Massachusettsmen
The Board of Public Works I? states that there has never been a were defeated though the bat
schedules! to meet Monday afternoon contest of any claim paid out in the tle was a hard one. Bon fires are I
at t 5:30: o'clock at the office of the being;! burned to-night in honor ofT 'O- '- ,.. -
claim been -
tty: clerk. No important business 1son paid state,promptly and that''"every' has Trinity's victory 'The score was 61 < : :" :. ',:; X: -: ... .Cdr. ,.: :. ,_ .: :_ _. =. __.. _: _' : _'

the boards for consideration. The increase in March was more to 5. .
Tech. 2 Vanderbilt .J
Georgia ; 1. -=
Doctors Clinton D'Alemberte and than 500. Atlanta, Ga., April 14.Georgia:: ONLY AN INSURANCE AGENT.I .
Mallory Kennedy leave Tuesday for The following officers were elected: Professional
Tech. again defeated Vanderbilt University Directory
Gainesville, Fla, where they will represent T. F. Wrighton Pensacola past grand : The game was c1os and IS OVER .
the ]Escambia County Medical dictator; J. R. Keller, Pensacola grand! interesting throughout, Tech. win; ILENT I
Society at the coming meeting of the distator; C. M. Gingham, Daytona fling: 'by a score of 2 to 1.Won. Only an insurance agent, seeking to THOS. PEBLEY,
Florida State Medical Association. vic ;grand. dictator; T., J- Appleyardf; Lost Pet. do you good LAW REAL: ESTATE. LOANS ANa
Mayor Lake City assistant grand dictator; Birmingham .. .. ..4 0 1.000 Sometimes frowned on. kicked at COLLECTIONS
Bliss; with a party of gentlemen A. H. D'Aleziberte Pensacola, grand I Atlanta . ..2. 1 .66i -his mission misunderstood.Only PALAFOX AND ROMAN
Pensacola some visited of whom the are strangers yard to reporter; J. S. Frank, Jasper grand; New' Orleans .. : :.1.. 1 500 an insurance agent, gentle, pa- Now for something to eat! Something wholesome and PHONE 559.
: navy treasurer Jake Brown Ocala Julius .. .
; Shreveport .1 1 .500 tent! ,kind;.
Merest fort Barrancas and other points: of Ball, Tallahassee; J. A. Hansen. Lees.- Little Rock .. ..t 1 .500 Expecting the usual standoff, and substantial for instance

yesterday burg, grand trustees. i Memphis' .. . .1 1 ::500 taking it resigned.
flr- c. E. Bennett, osteopath, is now The following standing committees ; Montgomery! ', ..1 2 .333 Fresh Rolled Beef. G YflTES M D.
Nice
located named 'On law T. J. Apple.yard i : a
comfortably: In. room No. were : Nashville! .0 4 ..000National ,
'"sonic Temple, and is ready-to 8'j) Lake City; George F. Hallmark, i League 2 Morrell's Hams and Bacon,' OPTICIAN
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up hid practice. Pensacola; L. 'E. Brooks, Pensacola.On I --Won Lost Pct
Chris. finance, C. F, Peck, Pensacola; C. I Boston .. .. ....3 0", t Some- day the kicker and scoffer whennature's Dove Hams 'and Bacon, 306 THIESEN BUILDING
to but Pfeiffer formerly of Pensaco- M., Bingham, Daytona; J. E. Johnson, I Pittsburg ? ; .. .1 O. 1.000 t tI debt matured, -
' 4 year who located in Mobile about .Jacksonville. On printing, C. M. Bingham I Chicago . . .' .2 1 .667 Will think of his widow's'strl1ggle5 Chipped Beef. Jars and Cans, -
hands ago, is in the city shaking Daytona; C.. F. Zeek, Pensacola; Ndw York . .2 1 .667 and wish he'd 'teen insured, Lunch Tongue :' ',
with his friends rel- I 'with ,
atires many and A. H. D'Alemberte, Pen acola. Philadelphia .. .:1 2 .333 And while he sits the harpers, .' .
here
as He is looking well and The session was. profitable in every Cincinnati .. ? ..1 2 ..333St. and mops his face 'he'll say: Sliced Bacon, :A3- ;
Driving.t his bakery 'business in Mobtl. Is way. Ocala was selectetj as'. the next [ Louis ... .0 1 .000 "( wsh: I had taken that policy,. before ,- '.; ".
place of meeting.PENSACC'UA'S I Brooklyn ,. .. .. .0 3 .000 I was taken away. Boiled Ham and .' <

mn'rbq, Parker window dismay! of the Vat r n ,. ........ of Pickles and in all sizes in
& Ro ae Store, has been '' : LINEUPIN All kinds Olives t Jars and
subject of deal of favor- 3 !
a great THE GAME TODAY
'b in bulk '
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comment. .
The widow was .re'gned
'' ,those
: --c And, when the insurance agent
Junior and executed by E. L. Reese, The !ball game at Fort Barrancas today i Nibble gates of pearl shall swing wi-Je.
Meet member of the firm and repeat between the Fort club and the St. Peter will say, "Just step this: lEast y
; credit on his artistic promises to be well
Pensacola team
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Els.J way Hill Grocery CompanyM.
attended, inasmuch as :no admission, Your ENDOWMENT is. waiting insile.:
H. L. Rockhih 'returned home fee will be charged. Fred Moore GrapeNuts Give him the best seat in Heaven,
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fro'r.day evening from Waycross, Ga., who played short stop f9r the Birm-' .1 midst! music and reverent ni'.rth: F. BOWES, Mgr. DR.J.H.MOCKDental
III the bedside of her: mother, ingham .Southern League team last There is nothing to good for-an insurance *
Mrs" C. 31. Turner, who, -died on year. will occupy the' name' position 1 When a bit hung- ; agent, Phone:212: Cor. Hayne and, Gadsden
arcfc 27.; fon the Pensacoltboyp I : th}ll.\ afternoon.The Just think how be suffered on earth." Surgeon.
line-up of, the' home''team: is as .
Imom quantity of B1ue'Ribbon follows:" Switzer; pitcher t ; Smith! ] Solid Strength and Comfort Written by Caha A. Redditt'districtmanager I Crown and Bridge Work Specialty,
or Vanilla flavors perfectly catcher; :Moore Jshort stopMitchgll,, for The Fidelity :Mutual Painless Extracting of Teeth. .
Absolutely pure goes twice as far first base; Sanchez, 'second base- ; Bell,.. Life Insurance Co., ChSpley, Fla. (D. I,i Subscribe for The Journal 2&/2 S. Palafox St 1\ I
) gives desserts the "Blue, Rib- third'base; Caro, Center-field; Blount, "THERE'S A REASON.: .1 A. C. E. L.) Something new. Protect 7 and 9 Old Armory BulldI1q .

-vA,Flavor." left field; Berlinright. 4 .Ltd. .I I both you and family. Phone 1077.

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] ; worth, his associates J heirs and -a*J I ragttreUit&toxg S, the support.of the voters of the
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bb fI prr.e nat Ia tmfnal erection of' said wharf, have exclusively -
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: "! the privileges set forth ia.this. i For Justice, Peace, ''District NO.2I
:' ordinance for the term of twenty- TWO FAMOUS PICTURES ---
1LANEY hereby announce my ,
; : i.. 1tr frVUfU1JWW W.rLflJ- rnn -uw Wf- -flJSfl fiTO.years he or they paying there- can ,da
y-El. Pensacola the I for the office of Justice of 'h
for u> the City of e *
;W DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. yearly sum of ten dollars. : .- _: 1r __ Judge of Pensacola'sMunicipal 1 1I for the Second 'District of Esrai
further 0riiained t I! County, subject to the Democrat
Section 5. Be It
tr J I '-ORIENTAL ART STORY Court e. !; Primary to be held
PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY I That at 4be expiration of May i5tb }*%
: "n.L*! said twenty-five years, the City of I R L. NICHEIxSRv

1 1:1 ...BY,,,. j Pensacola shall have the privilege of ---- ..-,----".. n. _.., ",, _.__.._____'_______ .. .\. _. __- .. n"' s 'S it %XjThe. -
/purchasing 1 said wharf at such valua- -- = 1 II I hereby announce my ,

!iTHEJOURNALCOMPANY.. ton as may be determined upon by settings soft; the surrounding scorned her, 'and women, in the ,nari and from the ruins of her character, for the !office of Justice of the candiiae p aes

!Fir1 5m three ((3) arbitrators; one to be sympathetic Park-eyed women .In row streets of Sychar, had passed. Jike a lily-livered! coward, .runs awayto for, the Second District of Escamtr!
.t, "'" { J'ftnJmMJnnMruunJuLr1J.r.1njju -riu. ju--uij- W-NJU. appointed by the City on:! by Geo. whose simple!: costumes some color dowri.oa' the other side lest her touch j leave her alone in her shame. County subject to the Democrat:_

:' :i 1'4: FRANK .L.. MAYES, President a"d General Manage E, WEntworth. his associate, heirs! blends \by way Qf contrast to the somber might Defile them., If not in' society Plundering In the fairest gardens of Primary to be held May 15th, isoj.

'!1 JJJUVuvruvrJutuwLuumru--LrLrur and assigns, and the tl.lrdto.. be olive of their gun-burned cosplexions $:- I am glad there is some place for.fal-. the earth, he touches some Marechal C. L. SHINE
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ww w '- chosen by the two thus appointed.: These Trajter-calrriers stop X -r---L.---- -i ------------. Kiel among the flower?, and leaves It -
MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. Section. All ordinances or : bewilderedas/'they, lift the pitchers I withering in' the dust. H.e. tempts, I hereby anounce myself a ,

: .,j i-4J n.J.nru- f__ --u1JL parts of ordinances in conflict with from their' headsBehold( a stranger .c-* .,2' j ,. :.. +-' \ -', persuades, destroys, .and then with a date for th? office of Justice of caadi"a j,
It, 1l;. J'Ii fln u u his ordinance tshall. and the same at'thewell of Jacob and .a woffifaa notorious brazen affrontery goes into society Peace for District NO.2. subee- "

Jcl 1 SUBSCRIPTION RATES., are hereby rep aled. I in their town Is holding confidential J's h where ,he helps to ostracize the victim the action of the Democratic Prtna-r! 0
'25th, 18&1. I eoiversation with this has crushed. 15th. :.
.J One Year..................f5 00 One Month,...... ....... .. 45 Passed April stra'tfr : be May
$t ." -1 Six Mouths...... .... .... 2 50 One W. ek........ .... ..... If* Approved Aferil 26th .1881' I against the 'rules' of their propriety t..H't:2 If all the men who betray the innocent J. D. GOS3.
>1'1i.>i Three Months,.,... ....... 1 25 Weekly EdittA per year..II 0( The objection f is raised! that as this The woman whd was listening : were colonized with their victims -=
.'1' .1_#" t!. 1 I franchise expires on the 26th "of the eemed to haye had-some revelat'.on: : .: : : :trt: where they belong, there would For County Commissioner Dist NO
(}..' 'c Jti.. ;., the for she: wentaway rejoicing and tolv| :- 's4 be some vacant places in society to- J.
month th founders of
!.r The Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed present a wonderful-story in i the city. Tais J is ; 'w'r -' Q day. There never can be social equality \- I hereby announce my candll( <1('. ro,

proposal'' wharf, even_ if :;they ,have one picture. : :_ ._ among the classes, but there can re-election to the office of count,3.,: .
} Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. 4t constructed at that time-which -. t' missioner from District
Coming down from the Mount be sympathy, and at least some ,kind No. 3. s'usin--:
t ,! \?, -- will of course be impossible-cannot of Olives Christ was accosted, .; VI:... ** ness toward the fallea. There is 'nothing to the action of the DemocraMr! ?r'.

-:" joif further use it, and considerable spac- b y certain 'high church people I : more pathetic, to my mind thana mary of May 15.
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'\:.t.t.... k-1j Offices 108 and 110.East :: II rr.: I Papers on Saloon. Trains ulation is going 90 as to their object as He went up into: the woman who} wants to reform, and J. M. A.\1)REWS

f.., 'J;.:.... Government,, Phone 38. and at all News Stands. in building a wharf which can temple. They had picked -up a poor can't. Can't because the world with
i',1'! !"'".j t ; I l lone woman and hustled her through- I all its higher civilization has yet provided I hereby announce my (c'anmri/il'\/

I*.;f3t:! _C neither be completed nor used until I the crowd to be reproved<.v

:' oir after the wharf franchise expJr, s. very wicked: :! deed. Instead of reproving I seelusiveness is very frequently trict No. 3, subject to the a\'non .'!

:.. t'"rl't'.t,1tt PE."S.COL.FJ.ORlDA. SATURDAY MORNL G, APRJL% 14. 1906 In FKdajy's Journal, Mayor Bliss :. the woman He reproved the II her ru".n.: When she leaves societyshe the Democratic Primary of Ma.* '

; t' -. i in': an Jaterview partly aaswered this men. This. is the other picture. I goes into voluntary exile and the W. A. SHELBY

Pensacola.Should Have knowing that that was the chief luestioa by saying In effect! that The Jew looked on astonished, for bridge over which she crossed is burn- ---
.? !plank in his platform. The famous all the traditions of his race had been ed Behind{ her. Sometimes perhaps. For County Commissioner. Dist No j,
tmap ; expiration of. the wharf franchise -
a Proper St Limit Law. upset. A new doctrine had been 'proclaimed she may look back wistfully toward --
which he circulated
over the i I
hereby
simply affects the owaers' announce my candHia-',
and fallen woman had found the green shores of life's dream for
!An. ordinance. will shortly be pre- state anal/ I! carried with him in his exclusive' privileges ia ths matter a friend in the "Man'! of Galilee." The where Janoeency: and purity young bloom re-electlon to the offics of cOUnt; 'J:".,

4j "Bented to the city council whose pur canvass left no doubt in the minds of r and gives the city either ,a chance to Jewish law was strict with woman, and the aspirations! an unsuir.e: missioner from District No 5, SUOJe) <'i

pose will be to extend, the stock anyone as to what Governor Brow!!.b uy the wharf-or to :fix a'reasonable yes, absolutely harsh and no wonder -CHAS.-H. LANEYlen womanhood :flutter upward from the mary to the of action May 15.of the Democrats p.

'limits, 30 that no cattle torses, or ard's pet hobby wasor what he rental for the exclusive use of it by they were astonished at this new, heart but 'brushing the teardrop J. R. STEWARD.
would proceed to do if elected to theology which showed some char ty I from her eye, she withdraws amid the
ether stock will be : i he .
permitted to run present The .wharfranchise
owners.
for wcmankind, and at the same time'I woman in the economy of God. shadows of her. shame and seeks again -::::-=:
Mi' at large inside of the city limits. office. I fr proper, as we' understand I pulled man out into the open, 'Where After two: thousand years the church the isolation of her-'infamy. For County Commissioner District

The .Ordinance has. .been .prepared by Governor Broward is now simply r. Mayor Bliss's contention. Is still his moral .reprobacy was discosed.: It might take ths: picture as an object The wires are all dqwn between the No.4.

a special committee from the ..Chamber carrying out his pre-election pledges.I ested in the owners Jhemselves. had been the universal rule among all lesson. fallen woman and the .world, but there

Li2-j 'of Commerce and; it- will go to He is attempting to do just what 'he It is a peculiar proposition and one nations up to this time that man could In the other picture! He stooped ought to be some sort of Marconi System The frieniote! of W. P. Bro'i\1:3:(>l1
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the council with the endorsement of promised the ''People h# would do aadjust I which only the courts probably can dot pretty much as he pleased; woman down and wrote a sermon on the by which the humanity of the a'gs: hereby announce him as a canmcU&
: what honest would do I was simply -a convenience and a ground and when He arose the woman could get in.touch with this unfortu- for the office of County Comm ;sLn-
jL' that body and with, the quest that any man I determine. The Journal's attitude on slave. 'Certainly er from 'District No. 4, subject ,
under similar circumstances. is 1 reformer who had stood 1 there all alone; the men nate class who live on the other. side to ie!
41 be passed and put into effect at lie he private wharf question' was come upon the world and yet announcedso had slunk away. How like a man that of the social line.. _. action of ths Democratic Primary at

:4 the earliest possible date. at work on a'.plan which the people lainly> stated some three weeks ago radical a doctrine as this. was or rather how like a man it Is.I 1 That civilization ,Is highest which May l&th 1906.

i The Journal hopes' that thev couacil endorsed when they elected him and when it commented on another! This scene in Samaria has impressed fqr human nature is still the same. A lifts the failed and that charity: ; .....:;;JF'or

will act favorably upon: this which be is !In duty bound to, as far ractically> similar ,wharf !franchise history for twenty centuries, and woman falls, and then goes 'Scarlet broadest which helps the weak. Starless Tax Collector.
ag possible, carry out 'was the beginning woman's emaaipatioa. Lettered" through the world. Oh for nights should be illumined with

';'measure and we believe that it will. If.Gorvernor Broward had made which some other persons are"now I. The most conspicuous char an age of "Scarlet Lettered" men! the search-lights of hope, and the dark I hereoy announce myself a can! (/'
;The present city stock law is I altogether no asking from the city. Jt is needless I acter of that day had taken her' into Watch him as he tears down the fabric places brightened with the arc lights date for re-election to the office .it{

;: J* ; inadequate for the protection attempt to fulfill his platform to say therefore that we should rs- : His confidence, although man had of womanhood with unholy hands, of sympathy. Tax: Collector for Escambia count::,

Li of those sections of the city which pledges, the same papers which are I gartit!! a particularly unfortunate I --.' at the primary to be held on May 15,

DtL;: really neetd' protection' the most The opposing, him for doing so would circumstance if the Florida Blanca I, 1906. I solicit your vote.
h tara ridiculed him for not doing so. Respectfully,
present limits, in which stock ,is wharf were to be given over to'the
They 'would have pointed to his J. S. ROBERTS.At .
prohibited from running at large, are control of private ;individuals with .
g1M :!not d drainage scheme as a clever can out restrictions and specifications
some
only restricted but -
they include THE GREAT CHRISTIAN FESTIVAL
...By... the solicitation of friends, I her!'
; : pain> concoction by 'which a clever as to and
1114 'tbat portion of the city where stock uses privilege, by announce myself a candidate fo:

'would seldom be found even without campaigner was enabled to cllmib into' If the present owners of the wharf Percival H the office of Tax Collector] subject ::0

the law, while property owners outside I ffice 'ana they would have lambasted franchise[ have a legal right to erect OF THE RESURRECTIONRev the action of the Democratic Primary

of .that, restricted district bave him unmerercifully for abandoning and control a wharf there, they Whaley. May 15. 1906.
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no protection at all. the scheme after be got the office.: should of course, >be .protected In NEIL McKENZIE OERTIKG.

4 It is unfair that only a portion of Itwould seem that instead of attacking :. that right. But Jf ,they: are: depend 'jl .. .,I For County Treasurer.I .

the property owners should be Governor Broward for doing, j ns on Mayor Bliss's construction of '
prew hat the people elected him to aster. The name is probably of ilization, yet, I am only expressing the recoil from the adoration of sensuous
do, the terms the franchise it is
tected while every property owner of Saxon origin, meaning goddess- ) views of best .. will be a candidate in the im-
the historical and
It would be the better ri : philosophic beauty in art and the glory of form in
ifJV'i outside of the protected district has part of good] hanaly probable that that construction deity, of spring though'sQme etymologists students of the west, at least, literature furnished splendid pictures cratic primary of May 15 for ri"uomi
j judgment to attempt to secure a mi i. be If the connect it directly with the word when I : nation to the.ofiics of count;: tour' '
to help pay for the protection of his can sustained. 25-year say that'.the arrested civilizations of the struggle of the soul, with no
4zj ; more favored neighbor through _he, v ejpal of the popular verdict at some limit refers simply to-the "exclusive i east signifying the t.wn. By the of the east are imperative evidences light of revelation and left that soul er. The support of all democrats !

; gets no protection himself. tf future EA Uon. If the Everglades I/rivikga" feature of the wharf, or the ", itenn -Easter, everybody in civilized; of the fact that the truth of'i I I in the labyrinthine mazes of a possibility be appreciated. J. ED. WILLIAMS.

drainage scheme: is not a good thing io lands understands .the great Christian Christianity, as summed up in the i gradually rising Into a probability -
of
; There will : privilege the city purchase I
undoubtedly be .opposition. ,
festival of thc ; urrection of--.Jesus resurrection of Jesus is necessary to
: for the state let the -
: to the measure. There always is themselves people reverse the wharf than the balance. of the from the dead'Christmas the development: and' erpanslon of the The Greek believed in the immortality I hereby announce myself a candidate !.

opposition to changes of that kind. on. that proposition. But] \vharf franchise is perpetual, and as the feast of childhood! best'civilization along the lines ofduty of the soul, 'wiich is, of course, for the office of County TVa

The council will probably be" overwhelmed until such popular reversal is made. the city has no right to grant a, perpetual iaaocence and purity, of the,coming! of and service, in the light of revelation -. only a partial immortality for man, urer. subject to the action of the Democratic .

with petitions aw o! protests, I Governor: Broward should, and probably franchise it is therefore nunarid the divine into the human, would re- not unlike serine modern visionaries, Primary.
will continue: do' his duty by franchise main always .wonderful day; of re .Thus, in all reverence, I say that who disecf the human fact in a course THOS. F. WRIGHTON
presented in tha of void and exists.
name the widow,
a loyal attempt to carry into effect J10 joicing whether-there'Was any'Easter the rasuirection of Jesus is at once doctrine of idealism and throw one

i ; the Orphan, and the poor generally l t he chief: plank in the platform 'upon FThe question a fine on?' and no festival or .not. half away into an impalpable abyss. For County Tax Assessor.

M In order that 15 or 20 head ot.'cat: I which" he was; elected: coufot will begivea theLconsideration, Yet, when you go bacK of the outer But on Mars Hill at the head of

f.4tMe tIe, owned by as many different poole that is due it'at,the coming session observances intb the logttr! of the facts, the market street In Athens, St. Paul I will be a candidate for re-nom.-oi"

may he permitted to'run.. at of the, city oouncu.Columbia's it is not difficult,to discover the ultimate came with the old doctrine of God in tion to the office of County Tax A.- -

2arge over the city trampling down I The Florida Blanca Street relation pf caus and effect be- further application and revelation, sor in the Democratic Primary of Mav
jnd tween the two. Christmas could be I preaching Jesus and the resurrection. 15. I respectfully ask your support'
the
destroying property of sevtral Wharf, Franchise. Representatives independent of Easter 'but without He did not came with a theory of be- W. W. RICHARDSBoard :

H thousand other property owners, Christmas there could fie no Easter lief, he did not come with the fatalismof .
Some : : -
the council will be aske4 to kill 'thllirdLnant'a little discussion baa- -ensue'1 Opposed Buckman Bill. The divine child of Bethlehem makes logic but with-,a fact about whose!:! Public Instruction.

:tL just as It has been asked t:he Pst few days over' the announced .In a recent issue, in commenting on possible the resurrection in the gar evidence there was certainty. IJe passed \ --

1*_ tU to kill other ordinances of similar intention, of Mayor Bliss den. Yet theM two stupendous facts from possibilities and probabilities I will !be a candidate for mt'lItbel"
c4 nature. and O. L. Bass to build a wharf Lt the attack on the Supreme Court by came into human history with none into the clear; pellucid air of fact, one Ship in the Board of Public I Ju.-rue-,

the: foot of Florida. Blanca a'Lake City paper, The Journal stated of the ordinary concomitants which great fact from whose bosom there tion from District No. 1, in u>t .n-
stree t
K ji- We hope however that the coqncl1: that Columbia country's ,representatives gather around great events.If was to grow the vast. structure of the mary election.
will not be influenced by such peti the contiguous property oa one sid 1 Christian church.
had voted for the Buckman bill. there had 'been newspapers in WM. E. ANDERSONI :
K of which is owned by these two The doctrine of is
tlons. No injustice will be done to genIemeu. Jerusalem at the time of the birth and Easter that Jesus -
.M'Vt anyone rich or poor wjidbw or] t; According to the announcement The following letter from' Dr. A. J. resurrection, there 'would probably crucified;: dead and buried, rose will be a candidate for memiet: -
P. Julian, one of the Columbia! from the tomb aUve with .

orphan, and no one with a proper the wharf is to-be built under representatives have; been" no mention of the former, every attribute ship in the Board of Public In.uo

'ri conception of his neighbor's rights an old franchise obtained nearly 2::5 shows that The Journal with possibly some brief allusion to some further of human marks material life and tion from District No.2, in t th primary :
of
can have any fault to :find with a years ago by Geo. R Wentworth and: was in error so far as they! were COB- the latter respecting the burial of the REV, PERC1VAU tt WHALEY being.It supernatural election. .
criminals recently executed-So few H. G. DeSllA'AI
14Th measure whose only purpose is to associates and expiring on the 26th cerned: is a corruption of the truth as rei -
were they who had
IiMA protect those rights.It day of'the present month. Lake City, Fla., April 13, 1906. the facts. any knowledge' ;:It the vast epigram of the Christian i I ceived and taught: by the church to
Editor Pensacola Journal: faith and the key to :finite human i L say that the resurrection does will be a candidate for meD'!
is safe to that town taooo For the purpose of dealing ] The resurrection of Jesus is not
say no o clearly the
'civilization.T ship In the Board of Public Instinct;
Ia
yesterday's Dally Capital there cover the whole Ibei# -cf Christ
body,
: population anywhere permits 'with the matter we publish the o rIna.ce was an article copied from you In turning point in'all history. It marks! } resurrection is the victory, in I soul and ?pjrt{ .each co-ordinately. from District No.3, in the pn::&ry

cattle and horses to run at l large d granting the franchise I in which you state that Columbia county's the beginning of that chan'ge to some J blood but not in battle of the Crossof I Immortal by the two great sacramentsof election.

E1 through its streets as they do in full as follows:. represeatatives voted for the formed extent indescribable, which trans the Crucified over the J Eagle! of the the faith: Following naturally, W. M. AGERT/) -

L4tL-34 Pensacola a city of 25,000 people.. I I AN OODIN-\N'CE. Buckman bill. The fact is that Mr. seeming Europe Imperfections and, with all is of its.J'Roman. It sounded a new note of from the truth of the .resurrectioa of =:2
Persons and I fought the bill with all slowly j truth of life, for mankind trembling, Jesus aad so making it
z& lit are to assume the dignity and importance Entitled an Ordinance to authorize transforming the world. applicable and
L without and without .
the earnestness and hope knowledge, useful to ,
Geo.E power we haJ. mankind is ihe belief that
of a city we should ..prohlbltrractlces heirs and, Wentworth his associates, Look up the records and be Just It is remarkable now that humanity I" assigns to build a Wharfat seems to have an inherent, of!
that are not\ permitted in enough to make correction. power the known world; and that other bs- in baptism will rise 'witb- Him in ,
the
foot j' -un
the. of <
Florida Blancastreet development to certain! In Escambia County Circuit
up a point, beyond yond,. the next step in
1-g any other place larger than a country in Yours truly a strangesequ likeness of't His resurrection in theiri
the City of Pensacola which it is not able to go. A- nce., State of Florida, In Chance An
..ii4'L4 village and we cannot do so any; to the ehannel of Pensacola Bay;; A. J. P. JULIAN.' bare theistic belief does evolve a The philosophic bodies souls'and spirits. "For as in L nie' Thorsen vs. The unknown n i.1
& too soon. Section 1. Be it Ordained by the The Journal Is glad, in justice to quasi-system of morals and civgomery -' ventures and magnificent Adanj all die even BO in Christ shall I of John :McCree and again' ai ;:lif''
some of Greek
the intellect, in its I all "
be
Mayor and.Board of Aldermen of the the representatives, to make this correction. 'I I made alive, ties claiming an interest in tht \\

City of Pensacola That G o. E. Their record in. the matter 43 feet of Arpent lot 57, OKI ("' ':
Wentworth\, his associates, heirs and or' Mobil received for their thr 2b **
$ The however ? 5th. Pensacola. On :Monday,
Opposition to does riot alter 1 the
status
ofLake
assigns are hereby authorize'' Political Announcements. are
: to es last bond issues. of May A. D. 1906 the defendant
4 Millvlew
Gov. Broward's tatlish' and, erect, at and -Tom" the City paper's attack on the The r ...... Thursday nightIay; 3, required to appear to the bn; n e1
r
Drainage Plan terminus of Florida good price paid for Pensa- McDavid, Friday night May 4. ''
Blanca street, i In supreme court. which was as uncalled cola bonds against them herein. This order
signifies so far as the RATES. Nix's: Precinct, Tuesday
'
the night
City of May
:Pensacola fol
SinCe Governor Broward baa pro tending into the a wharf e for by the. facts as it was repre- (purchasers ar& concerned, just one Tbe rates for political aanouncf.meats. .- 8 tb. be' published once each Vieek
tr- gresaed far enough in his Bay of Pensacola, thing; viz., that have in not 8 lines Beulah S twelve ((12) consecutive weeks ::11 r-.i
Everglades to the channel of said Bay. hensl'ble in character. they faith e'rceeding to run Thursday 'night, May 10.
the$ 'OA \VlltO".. .,.. Nh" fittnnn.. TK/">\. till the primary of May 15- follows Pensacola I Pensacola Journal, a newspaper jJIb-
drainage plan 16 demonstrate that Section 2. !Be it further Or --- -r "' ''J W ''' '''''' .""J I .are as (Seville Square) Friday Couu'y *.
believe, and rightly, that PensacolaIs : night, May 11. lished in said Escambia
he actually dained;, That the said 0 .
means: business a great <<>. E Wentworth wL
his Pensacola's High Credit to become the greatest city on ,the The Daily J ournai. ....... .. .$10.00 Pine Barren, Saturday_night M. McMillan Clerk Circuit four
hue and cay is raised among; certain associates heirs and as gulf coast May G. Aymard D. C. Pensawa: Mi:
signs shall and thej.know that fa'afew The.Weekly Journal. .. .. ... 5.00 12.
commence said
3i : of the state press in opposition to within six: months from the passageof wharf Demonstrated byBo d Sale.tPensacol'a'a years the bonds will bring a' Thes| rates are strictly cash in advance Feb. 22, 1906. 24ttboIlWl"lo

: the schema The noise comes mostly this ordinance that much higher price ia the money mar and no announcement will be -
ic ; the body of $30 ,_000 Issue of' 4 kets of thy world than inserted For the LegI51 ture. SHERIFF'S SALE.
from those state papers wbkh opposed mid (wharf shall not be Jess than they are pay or run under any other con : ,:*
t per cent, 30-year: bonds has ing for them now. ditions. By virtue of an execution issued
Governor Broward previous to twenty feet, nor more than the now I am a ,aadidata for repr'eseatative Bscam'-'- I
If has : -, of the Circuit Court of
had doubt ,as/.to
been signed wfll anyone any I I
Width of said Florida up and be
i Its election and which Blanca Street, delivered ia the'lower house of '".>
k f have bad. few the future pf the city or the safety the state County, Florida, wherein G. W. ?
and that the said.Geo. E Wentworth Tuesday to the purchasers in New F9t' the $tatc S nate. legislature, Subject _to the action of an--: t.
3 If any kind word* for him since .and Ills associates heirs and of Investments here, the bond sale the and J. H. Herron are plain'iffs:
ks effect assigns York city. The money will then be should dispel it. Pensacola is Democratic. primary of May 15. B. Hilson and John G. Ward ar. -o
: ; i Is therefore not as potent as shall have exclusive wharf privileges Just .John S.. Beard, a candidate for the and I wIll. appreciate the .
ii It might! be if it available for usa in the great public beginning a great era of d's-velopment' support of endants, I have levied upon ana
ProvIded
F i came from a source ; however, that ad- nomination to the State Senate i ia the all democrat. hllh.1
13 -a3; 1 whose real animus was less appar jacent property holder oi. either improvements which' the bond issue be and the ia less than five years it will Democratic primary called to be held: 'il. Q LONG. sell at public outcry to the 7th day": !
>! :: talk of the continent. bidder for cash, on the
;ii side hU not be excluded from the contemplates. May 15th, together with other speak hI!. -'

intoTh& Journal .ia never definite! privileges Election of 3.Be said( wharf.it further Ordained There are two particularly- significant -. In same unaccountable manner, ers, will address the people of Es- I am a candidate: for member the May of sale A. D.in, 1906 front, during of the the door legal of t'll.
county the
j made up ita QWQ mind as 'to thralue That the said Geo. E. Wentworth features in the, big' ond-deal the adtfress pf Col.. T, .J. Appley&rd. cambia of the day upon at the political following issues lower house in the state legislature County Court house, in and for E.a

qij; to the state of 'carrying into ; his associates heirs and assigns which has just been closed,. One i h of lake City;, whiCh appeared ,J in y'eVtoday's times and places: from Eseamija: county in the Democratic -' bia County, Florida, the following dcribed -**

I effect Governor Browam' scheme. ILbaa shall have full power to demaad. the fact that public improvements paper; was run in the market Roberts,, Monday night, April 16. primary of May J5, and will.ap- property, to-wit: Twent>-
? .' toti1 receive "wharfage from column of The Journal. Now predate the support of all Democrats. (26) shares of stock of the News P*
all to
never been able to are commeaejj i the other is Pen> Col Century Tuesday night. April 17. ftificate >fo
decide .Appleyard. isnot "in the market"jUt CHAS, M. COSTo.I represented oy
vessels flats lishing Company
whether the came amount of money steamboats; barges, loading or, lighters unloading and at saeo1a' high credit! \ which the bond now for anythin:, except .that Pensacola (Escambia! Hotel), Thurs.day number 3 B, issued to I. ,.

cQ .,pItH to the building of good roads or attached to said wharf and for all sale demonstrated.. he wants .the votes of the democrats:: Molino night, ,Friday April 19.night April- 20. hereby announce myself as a Hilson, March 29th, A. D. 1902, ;*\-1:

:, would! not be worth more to the slat 'fcoodb .deposited, on or taken from The JSOp.OOO .issue, sold at a premium of Florida'matter for railroad-of commissioner I. Bluff Springs Saturday, day time, candidate for the lower house of .the on as the property of I. B. Hi'&OJ;
and as a justice to him
Or over' said wharf; {Provided, however of J6.156 and: this Florida also one white launch 'DD.U
'legislature
than tie ; premium : subject
21.Muscogee
D, drainage of Everglades that i The Journal takes] pleasure in T -: April to the action of I. B. H
no drays carts vehicles "spark engine, property
taken
But Uje$e.ar e all questions! of immaterial or pleasure carriages transporting. ia connection, with the interest j-ublishing hlsf address 'today in another I Monday night, April 23. of the. Democratic primary on son and John G. Ward. J. C.r:
rate gives Pensacola the distinction If w\rei IcKinnonsville Tuesday, day time Ma115th. GDQ. T, MORGAN. .
l chM&tar at thIs time goods or merchandise on or from. part of the p pe' he Pelt Sheriff of Escambia Co., Palaproawtw. ;
Governor said wharf, shall b iwnrge4: wharf- o{ having secured the best price to :make half as good a' railroad: commissioner ( i ;April 24.Brent's. .
reward was fleeted tot which has as h9 does a secretary oj Thursday night April ..26.Myrtle I candidate
age onsaid wbarf. r : ever been paM' fC1ra Florida I am a ; for member of the
Om ;t en tbe pvergladea! drainage Is Section 4. Ba it 'further 'Or I municipal bond,, and a better the State Press Association, he, Grove Friday ?;M. April House of Representatives. from Ea- WE ARE NOW MAKING LATHS

&, t aue_and the people voted for him dained, That the said Geo. E. Weat price than .either 'Birmingham Moat- would be a model" J one !In every' re" 27.. cambia co.u.nty,< subject j i to the, Pemp- IN CAR LOTS AND LESS. Ayc.oCQ!

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Ladies' Skirts ofLADIES1 Ladies' Skirts ( -, rJ :

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50 Best Tailored, WAISTS and SKIRTS 100 Ladies' Skirts, ,,11k4 ," .:
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Latest Styles, black, and black j N N
continues gray, navy Ii fU N

navy and gray, regular all high-class materials ; : TOPIECE1c ;
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$6 value for $3.98. I
Monday and Tuesday $5 to $10. I:M s


c no trouble with the WHITE MOUNTAIN REFRIGERATORS. Yom
IT'S
/ addition open the ice chamber and take it out; take out the ice grate; take out tU
;; to our regular line of Waists have
: we con- r the provision shelves and take out the waste pipe without opening the r :

signed to. us: 200 beautiful Waists, some short sleeves, g S 7'_ _ lower door. It's so easy to clean them it's actually a pleasure. DO YOU ro ,

the very newest styles. Rather than return them to the w _ T:__ ____ KNOW that this means a Refrigerator,that's:easy to clean| as a tumbler? The

manufacturers, we have\ decided to close them out at ro circulation is perfect and it is absolutely odorless. In the WHITE MOUNTAIN

N .5- 5 you will always have a Refrigerator that's as clean and sweet smelling as when i :
reduced' A I.
prices. .regll/qr. N r ry if left our store This, is a peculiarity the WHITE MOUNTAIN line that m

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you :won't find anywhere else. m

$4.00 Value for 250.. }'; ::, ( :.:Jif_ ro. ,

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\,.';'" $3.00 Value for $2.00. : '>' :-:': I ,, V'f.. f I ruI I You Make Your Money I S


$2.50 Value for $1.50. : : > .


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...,:. ( WHITE-MOUNTAIN Refrigerators are air tight, cold j e'

: .t, 'L causes a saving in ice during the season that would astonish you

White Lingerie Waists Ladies', 'Waists, made dollars and cents. Just,try WHITE MOUNTAIN, and after a for'A

fUi compare your ice bill with those you used to pay. The money
trimmed in lace and P 1 up with Val Lace,sheer
i in ice NOW will buy you .a new Refrigerator. For the class of ,

medallions, $$1.75 and Lawn, $1,50 value,this price is lower than you would think. .
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and $2 value, this sale sale m 'II

Have Them Cut ; ifi
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..... ::+. ;..:+:+*,a.;+:+:........ag: +x+:g:+:g..:+:+* Prayer meeting every Tuesday nlgit ,_ ,, J: "
at 7:30( o'clock. I I
West Hill Baptist church W. Jackson $pI.JuLO4wu $17.50 rury
1 Services at the Churches street--Rev. J. W. Senterfit,pas-
tor. Sunday' school 10 a. m. Preach-
ing every first and third Sunday at 11a 1

N.M: ;NN1=4'=4y" =TV''Ir.. Mr1a' '.............'........-. ...................'..... ........._ .. ; everySunday. m. and 7:00. 7 P."p.-m./'m. Prayer meeting- The Cleanest Imaginable

Allowing; will be the order of 8er-i member of the congregation, will be .

jut flees the at city the various today:.churches through- unveiled Holy Week and ,blessed.services 11 a. m. and' Lutheran Church.: fU J Refrigerator is the STONE WHITE of the WHITE MOUNTAIN line. It is.i S
German Lutheran CV.urch-Rev.
Catholic.St 7:30 Saturday.p. m. daily, except. Thursday, and F.. W. Reinhardt pastor. English i -5- III ,built on the well-known principals of the cold-retaining properties of stone, Sj

o'clock Michael's; children's Church mass First 9 o'clock mass 1; nell Century, priest Mission-Rev.in charge. No J.services R. Bick to. with service Holy 10:30:Communion a. m. English 7:30 p. m.service Con ruU i I1 and the doors and entire provision chambers are lined with pure white stone, tu J Jnotimitation

last mass 10:30 o'clock; vespers and. day. fession 7 p.m. Church offering' at all ( but REAL SOLID STONE. It is the coldest, cleanest, prettiest,

benediction St Joseph's 730; Church-Easter p. m. Sunday i services.i Scandinavian Lutheran Church- rui ,as.well as.the most economical Refrigerator made, Our cut shows one at $40, N

1 a. m. Early Mass. 10' a. m. High Unlversalist .i -Services-at-10:30.--a-. and'OT r ). jar i but we,have them all prices from $25. &
Mass and Te Deum: 7:30: p, m. Yes. First Unhwsalist Church-East: Rev..Helle, pastor.. : Jjj n -- '- |T-.-up.-. a f. ,-- '1 ,n I J m\--\ II I ._j_] ,__
55 5 5
pers.the Collection Ecclesiastical on Easter students.Sundayfor I. Chase m. .Y.street P. C. U.Sunday 6:30 'School p. m". at All 10 are a. Church'of* Christ.i }raFt S ._ 'If not convenient to pay cash, tell the salesman to "Charge it." N

Confessions In the evenings before cordially. i invited to attend. i Church of Christ cor. Jackson and ? < N
Sundays, Holy Days'ot Obligation and I Alcanlz Streets. .Bible school 10
First Fridays from p. m. to 9 p. m. a. m. Preaching at 11 a.,m. 'Subject
Baptisms Sundays at 2 p. m. or by Methodist I The Resurrection. Preaching: 7:30'p.. RHODES-FUTCH-COLLINS FURNITURE COMPANY
appointment. Methodist in. by W. T, Tracy Prayer rueetlagWednesday
Palafox
Street ,Church IB
Bishop Allen, of Mobile 'will admin ,
; ; Rsv. W. Q. Vreeland, pastor, Rev.! evening 745. Sopg; practice '
Ister' confirmation on Sunday, April Thursday 7:30: m. Ali 'wel- .S fii
'J Butler, assistant Services p.
Barney E. Garden Street: ,
22, at St."' Joseph's 7 a. m.; St. Michaels 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Sunday school come. 26 and 28 :
10 \ and in the
: a. m. Warrington
9:30 a. m. J. N. Andrews Supt. i

evening. i i Epworth League Society 6:30 vial: p.met:m. Thursday HomeMissionary' -: Christian Christian.First church. -- 43 E.j .eeaa a2aaa2aaaa: eaaeaaeeaaeea aaa2a2aaaaa2a.

street.
Gregory Sunday school
Episcopal.ChrIst afternoon at 3:30.: .. .
10 H. J. : ,
a. m. lackey Supt. "
Church-Rev. P. H. Whaley, Gadsden\ Street Methodist Church- I _l! "'" :"I'>":';Oi : jW"'rF.u97'c :: :='
Communion at 11 :a m. Prayer III t
D. D. Rector. Services will be held Rev. F. A. Rogers. pastor., Regular meeting Thursday' 7:30; All TWO SUCCESSfUL OPERA HOUSE
tomorrow in the Baptist church at services 11 a: In. and 7;30( p.'m. Sun. p. m.
invited. GREAT
RAZOR.ALE
7:30: and 11 a. m. J jday school 9:30: a., nx J."_B. Tiller, cordially A I
Children's: Easter in same churchat Supt. Jjpworth.League: 6:30; p. m. The Yo.UBARBERS ONE MERRY WEEK
11 m. services will be conducted Presbyterian. THIS S MAIL
by
4:30: p. m. The children are re- a. STARTINGMONDAY
quested to bring boxes with the Lento the Knights Templar'and a special First Presbyterian' Church-Rev.I WEEK .ORDERS I
erings. ( sermon will ba.delivered by Rev. Sylvester -!I Julian S. Sibley, pastor; Sunday BROS. SHOWING SOME APRIL 16
Regular annual parish meeting at, Weeks. school 9:30 a.m.. Christian Endeavor COLtllNS ONLY FILLED I Rentfrow's Big Comedy Company
church on Easter Monday, April 16,. 8 i Muscogee Wharf-RevvF( A. Rogers 430.; p. Preaching at 11 3. m. REMARKABLE IMPROVEMENTS --
P. m. Election of vestrymen. pastor Sunday school 3 p. m., and 7:30 'p. %11. 97c The Jolly Pathfinders
.
I T. L Preaching 4 Sunday school at the Stoddart AT THEIR UP-\ .
st. Katharine's Cervantes Urlggssupt... p. m. Ave- ,
Dates $2.50
and -
Mission at,330-p. 30-PEOPLE 30
C.
v s nue ; m. F. Zeelr.superintendent. AND! $3.00 IMPORTED RAZORS 97c. -
street. Rev. Andrew. Sharpe, S l All TO-DATE SHOP.
'1'. B. rector. Baptist.First ; are eoraally In- Full Hollow Ground Set Ready For Use. GRAND BAND AND ORCHESTRACAR
Easter Day: Services 6:00 a.; ma Baptist Church.-.. Sunday vited. *' ,'- 1,000"Fine Imported Travelers Sample Razors will be placed on LOAD OF SPECIAL SCENERY
7:30 a. m. and 11:00: a, m. Sunday school 9:30 a m. The congregation Second Church' of Christ, Scientist. Collins Bros-, thsj hustling up-to- sale at 97c each. These razors are from one of the leading importers BIG VAUDEVILLE FEATURES.
of,razors'in the United States They are all high-grade samples.
school 9:30: a. m. Easter festival for of Christ church'will worship at the The Second: Church of Christ, 11
Sunday school at 4:00: p. m. Parisb Baptist church! at 11 a. m. Rev. p. Scientist Services every Sunday date young barbers.who served We secured the entire stock at a ridiculous figure. The assortmentcomprises I Bargain Matinee Wednesday
meeting Monday, April 16, at 8 p. m. H. Whaley will conduct the services. morning at 11 o'clock. Wednesday afternoons 'years! with R. Bishoff, at 204 South all the well known makes, including the 'Wade &" Butcher II I
him "' "Brandt," "Rogers," Wostenholm" Pipe Razor, "X-LrN-T, and 50 ,
3 o'clock. street, and succeeded ; "Camille"
St. John's Church Warrington- East HIJl) Baptist Church, Uth Aye Read.in room Palafox of all the famou3 makers. In fact we have 'teen selling
Rev J. R. Bicknell. priest in charge. and Chas Street-Rev..J. W. Sentsr-! open daily from 10 a. m. to p. m., there Sept 18, last year, are now popular Brands: each.
% I ,the identical razor as high as $2.60 and $3.00 Every
Services today at 11 a.' m. and 7:30 fit, pastor. Sunday School at 10 a. where Christian Science literature operating five-chairs and their I shop same and for razor sold Monday night liIton Xoble'a Great
set Any
ready use.
is perfect
guaranteed
Pm.. At the morning service a hand Preaching second and fourth may be had. Room 6 Masono'Tem'pIe. razor "
m. every
,
handsomest the atielili6ij"win Play "From Sire: to Son.
of the that does not gave: perfect satisfaction can be exchanged. Special -
It[ one
some (brass altar the gift of a Sunday at 11 and 7:30 4
cross a m. p. m city. be-given,to mail orders/ and razors carefully selected. Special Ladies' tickets Monday and

,. '.' _.n__ First Church of Christ, Scientist.l 'These young men are but 23 ana BARBERS and OUR CUSTOMS: should take advantage of this Tuesday.
First Church of Christ, Scientist- of age respectively andtheir'success great sale as these are certainly high-grade goods!, Prices-10, 20 and 30 cents.
Service .at Jl a m.. ServlQeVwlll be t5 'years what nvn WE WILL ALSO PLACE ON SALE Seats now selling at Coe's Bock

held in' on in East the Chase Pensacola street.Library build. of enterprise shows can accomplish young in a I 1,000. of tile Famous "randt Self Honing Razor Strop.: .These
|
ALL HANDS POINT I TO IT i i K short tim They are now installing 'stro are sold and advertised everywhere at J2.00. Our" price
GET A PANAMA, $5.00, $7.50 :AND tee latest electric ,massage equip 97c each.
$10.00' AT STANDARD CLOTHING ment"" they have had their shop repapered The Brandt Self Honing Razor Strop is the best 05 the Store.Excursion
COMPANY. and repainted and a novel market today. The only razor strop in the world that hones
I advertising feature, representing 25 -and strops your razor at the same time and enables you to obtain -
F, & A. M. of the leading' business houses in the :an edge which only an experienced barber can give. The
A regular "commun"cation' of efty: now adorns the interior of their Brandt Honing Razor Strop will put a keener' edge on a razor
Pensacola Lodge No., 42, 'F-_ place; with fewer strokes than any other razor strop. Your razor
,
;T S ,:it"' -' ':' G & A. M., :will te. held .Thurs .The young men deserve to succee9and will show and your face wU} feel the difference at once, Guaranteed -
p, : .:. x. .., day night AH members are their friends will bs gratified to never to become hard or glossy.
requested to be present anI!. fJsitin. ? know that they are doing so.
brethren invited.. By order Hooton's Pharmacy
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I' CONFEDERATE
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HARVEY W. 5* ,
; PROGRAM
I EXERCISE
B. M. SOLOMON. Sec. '-- .. Corner Palafox and Romana Sts.
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:. The committees having in charge Birthplace of Prompt Delivery
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W ite Rock al
GREENE-GAYNOR 4I for Confederate memor
the program : Phone 1100 PENSACOLA FLA.There's .
exercises which will be observed ,
I TAKEN here dEV April 19. !instead: of the 26, have Ii!::," ..- -- .-.;:-. 1.-."" _.,. ..".,... ..... p".I.1I" Tug Monarch to Life
TO PRISON completed! their kTjpra: In'connec-
Lithia Water 'ttQQ with the parade 'and decoration ... .. '- Saving Station and Gulf
Q-, -I of' the tollQWivs will be carried ...IN4 !
By Associated Presi.. graves; 44.4N4NN1 NiN4N4N4N O i9i Ot ,4444NN0
As delicious and healthyful cut i I
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Savannah, April 14.- judg> Speer ?
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beverage for the table, ', passed an order in tit: United States prayer-.p.ev. Mr, Butler. Leaving Palafox Wharf at
.Address by Ogbert Bsall, introduced i a Differencein
court this: afternoon directing PiaGreene .
and blender with'all B'ount: Jr. t
; as a perfect and Gaynor be taken to Ma- by W. A. 3 o'clock.
manner of good thing Itcr ; con for safe keeping: pending: their $enedict'on-Father Fullerton i the Housework : 3

drink, it is the effervescing transfer to the paniteptiary: Jn. At : r
lanta. They left to-night, -,acgpm- : ;
&' water'incomparable.'f I panied by United Statea Marshal. io Grand
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Geo. F. White and deputies.\ If you are : 'where a Gas Range Is used..
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.., The United States court adjourned. T 1TF or -- ..- '
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run-dawn
The Lewis Bear Co. : : '
to-day.
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... I CELEBRATE d e b l 13 t ated ), The difference comes in the comfort,iq the kitchen and Easter Monday Ball
Distributers : .'<- The Bitters f the eas with which the meal Is prepared.:. Then the af +
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I THREE KILLED ..., 4er work is easier work, because you have no dirt orT 5
.1" PENSACOLA FLA' ); y .. will build up :" '.: t : ,;fishes to clean up. Every user of a !"- '41\Sf spear, C. K. of A. Hall.

...; ,, If,.....,."... .. A and strentn- o :' 'yell of it. I Benefit
*'W+ ,>' : '" : IN PANICBy ( en the entire : .
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..: ; -",-::,, .. _.- system. It al- :. -s7. 5- S T Knights of Columbus
:F": Associated Press ; so cures Building Fund.BARRIOS' .
Chicago April 1#.-Tbree 'persons 1 Poor Indigestion Appetite, i Pen.a'cola Gas Company 4
were killed and sixteen injured, 4 ORCHESTRA.
ejght seriously, in a panic which followed 6TDMACH Heartburn Dyspepsia, | ph nl',1'18. 24 and 27 E. Gzrdsn Slra Jt. Zj11444 Refreshments.
a cry of fire at .Lwnmu
-. ... .' church Twenty-fourth street-'riiiit.t Costiveness. 1 .H4...t................H1NKlNf.. .N4NN: Admission. 25 conte.T .
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: PAGE SIX THE PPNSACOLA.iaU.RN.AL SUNDAY MO.RNIN.G, APRI.L. 15, 1906n



III -Every AdvertisementJnTiiesColumnss'Read by I




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,JJ ------M- : !Looking for a" FOR SALE $250,00$ CASH .


4i !and'i5d, : per 'month for. a comfortable HOQTON & WATSON.

& IREALII3STATE I Good InveStment? I ] .little' home:: on East Jackson St.$7OO11O ,
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Successors;; to Tbos. C. Watsoa; & ;>.

rd ; You can't und a better pne than Ten very "desirable lots;' $ CASS '

real estate. Block 92 of the New City ,Leading Real Estate t Rental and insurance Agency
The in !Fensacola that is'now ;
*ji4 I j" property
Has been the foundaUon of many large fortunes, and ': being sold ,will increase" nor-: :Tract- intersection Jackson balance at 7 per cent. for house and
73dcI it has also een the beainning- more comfortable < motisly 'in value in the"next few three lots at Fisheville fronting: the I Ii
street
and 16th avenue; overlooking -
competencies. : bay;;: price $1700.00.
next
I ;> years ;or,. perhaps, thE few i I
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j I'I months.IFYOU ARE WISE -you will-'buy? the bay,_ beautifullots LIST YOUR PROPERTY I 'Bargains i 'in'Real Estate in all parts of the

Reali Estate-is Safe and Sure : now, and reap tha profit' that some for'residences.: with us for fsale, we'll. sell.it. Try us. city. -" .\:. .
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j ene else will reap if you do nqt- Seven, 'lots Block 55, Bel- -

,. ....'.. :. ... .-' i>$.350.00-4oom Look()() at the following house: .East: { 'RQD ana-, montTract; lots in this'Block. L. S./ BROWN & CO. Stored arid .Dwellings for rent.I
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/, : just east of Tarragona:: '
; It cannot betaken away from you or spent by,piece : $1,750.DO-Half block; 400. _bY' .,131% selling at $700. Real Estate and" [ Loans made-at current rates of interest on
: meal but grows In value each year besides earning j feet, near carline, New"City..- Six houses North .Alc niz cans. '
ei a gooJ rate of Interest Pensacola real. estate affords $600.00-0ne block, -New City tract,. 201 Theisen Building. improved or unimproved property.
t'i a golden opportunity to buy and make a handsome north of Stoddart's., Will J toworth Street, good investment, will l '

profit.Pensacola. I double in' two',years"' net-lO Insurance placed in fifteen leading American
$2,000.00Block close"to St. &daTt's- per cent.

.$2OOO.OO--Two houses, each 5 rooms; For For FarmTur'entine, or 'and foreign. companies.We .
i" West. Wright, rents $240 a year. particulars apply to Timber ,
d !; $600.00-i-room house, rents $84 a Lands, respectfully solicit your patronage.

I i year. LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITY -
Investment Company i S2OOC-Store and dwelling,. West Call 'on or Address Our rental-d partmen given especial atten-

I Jackson street rents $216 a .year tion. 'Call.and see our list.
$1OOO.oo-8o-acre farm 5 miles- west .
j McDavid-Hyer Company
A. H. Turner & Aymard I ,
D'ALEHBERTE City. Manager. I' of town. 6-room house. ,

1' t' W. H. KNOWI1S, President. R. B. SIMPSON, Secretary.- Agents. New York Real Estate and Abstract Co.

J.E. STILLMAN, V.-Prej. and Cen. Manager. KNOWLES DYER, Treasurer. !LESLIE E. BROOKS Life Insurance Company. P: o; Box 115 DeFuniak I Springs,FlaBoard I ,

8 E. Government Street
Rael Estate, Loans, General Investments .
Phone 7CO. Pensacola, Fla. HOOTON & WATSON
I and Rooms. ,
Phone..462 Fisher! _Building
1ttI 215 South
iPaiafox Street
Pensacola, Fl rIdi. -

1Ht 4 J-t---------t- .A.FfNE_ 'DOUBLE !BURNISHED|I.. PHONE 54. 34 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.

3fMt.: AELPwAth :,::1 That Easter Dinner. room with board; (bath room, tele.j I I
phone No. 865; on electric car line, Il''' o.-f-.r-,, '-"-"' ''' """'
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4j -- A. fine Easter Suit is all right, butrou at 415 W.: Gregory! St., 14aprlw*
WANTED-Local and traveling"sales- -
: will nice Easter dinner
: want a
Garden Street t 1 man to sell world.famous household and the place to get it is at -Moyer; [FURNISHED: ROOMS FOR RENT-II
Ji1 I Property necessity. No competition.' .Position]l on. the square. : Privilege of- light house ''
:; pays $1200 yearly and upwardswith Phone 718. i East Government street. Block and a' -

Garden street is one of the comin'g streets of this city. We expect -' expenses' .Colonial Co.., Wellsvilie, If." Nice Western or native Beef, In half from Palafox. 10apr2w The

to see it in a few years one of the main business streets. Prop- Y. 15apr22-29-6 ::fact, a good, up-to-date Meat Market : -
erty on this'street is sure to increase rapidly in' value. We have' 40- and a fine line of Staple and Fancy NEWLEY FURNISHED: rooms; vary
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feet front by 219 feet 6 inches deep and a lot of 40 feet by 109 feet WANTED-Men everywhere $4 "daily Groceries. reasonable.- Apply 20 W Rom na.
10 inches deep adjoining, both on Garden street that we will sell pass circulars, tack, signs; no Distrib-canvassing 20 lbs. Standard Granulated Sugar\ ?t.' IGaprlw: American life Insurance
Continental
for $1600. One of the lots runs through the block and front both steady. 100. i
Garden and an alley In the rear. We consider this property very on uting Service! Chicago. .1t; 24 pounds Patent Flour 65 cents.- 'WANTED. few regular boarders j I
cheap, and believe there is 12 pounds Also a few table boarders in private:
a good profit in it at this price.. Ask us Patent Flour 3cents.. ,
about it. ." '; A.TED-Traveling "salesmen want- family' ; -good. location; convenient to;
: ed for country trade''s... ary- $100 MOYER, ON THE SQUARE. car line; use of bath and phone No.:;

Investments That Bring in Good Returns per month and expenses; samples free. I' 40.1 J!:.,Gregory.' SaprlmjPLEASANT Company
Big California Cnier & flavoring Co.,.'Box --:-"" .. ,
4 : $. .1347,'St.Louis, Mo.. }t-,\ Wanted : ROOM .to rent: soi w.Chase" .
are things we would all like to have. have-three"houses-on( the ; ." t .n wwnnw .&flajWn.r-wtrtrtnj-,jtrW .. : '
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southeast corner of Coyle, and Cervantes streets, 3 rooms and "kitchen ', I / Sapr 'IiERE "
WANTED IS AND
TO
RENT-mall DOING BUSINESS !
Salesman of cottage;
WANTED experience
each renting for $5.00 per month each, r'a" total of $15.00 -- long
month, in the be3t renting section .of the city houses in-, good repair per ; wishes a connection with a_first].[ must, be close in and cheap. Address NICELY: FURNISHER ROOMS for

with plenty of lot room that we will sell at J1250.00-$15.00 per month class groceryfirm in Pensacolal_ : ... For; with full particulars, S89, care rent. Apply Mrs. E. Coulson, corner -j

for 12 months is $180.00 per year or. 15 per.cent gross on' the invest-, :West Florida.' Can carry. establishedbusiness ',Journal. 15apr,' Chase and Spring Sts. Saprj FLORIDA COMPANY

jnent; This property will easily net 12 per cent What better could !! with me. ibe-opeh: MayJ"i I with iome'ofilces at Tampa. Legal reserve company. Capital)
i i 1st: "Georgia" 'Journal. I WA.\"TED-Room and board in genN ICE FURNISHED ROOMS
wt you do with your money'than this? care for 'rant stock $500,000.00. Has
complied with the laws of the state and gives
3rt 14apr2w teel, private family on North Hill, suitable. for light housekeeping.
The Place Where No Landlord- Can .Put-youO'ut 'for gentleman, wife and child. Address Privilege .of phone .and bath. Apply; insurance as safe as any in the world. Although only organized;;
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since October, 1905 it has offices established in many cities: of ihe
[ BRIGHT ,YOUNG ,MAN-iSifteen. : with particulars Private, cafe 810 E. Gadsden SI, or phone 896.marlm. is
state and ettinbusiness In
..Journal.v a most successful manner. Among
tl4 is your own home. There is a deal of satisfaction in'owning a home, ; years of age or over who.des.restolearn ;! [ 15apr2t' 2$ ., j its 'ofil erli,and stockholders. are many of the
t where you can fix it up to suit yourself, and have all' the little .con newspaper reportorial.! work. i "TED-Positlon as stenographer. ,
veniences that you would like to have, to have it in-a good neIghI 5 Good opportunity 'for active; intelligent -I or for any knd: of clerical work by ROOMS CHEAP Furnished orun. MOST ABLE MEN IN THE STATE
borhood, near the schools and churches and not far from your busi : young'man.. Apply. "editorial,! lady of experience. Can furnish best furnished, suitable for light house-
ness. We offer a new 5-room and hall ; TheJournal this evening be-i' On the Hill.. location Every dollar of the. legal
house, lot of 80 feet' front on rooms I II of references. Addresa'C: CVM..care: : keeping. high reserve is to be invested in the town or
East Cervantes street :tween six and seven o'clock., ..llapr and, healthy. Close"to line. city where it is in that
I on easy terms e'cash-value'$1650.00.. The fJournal' __ 15apr2w car Apply -! paid so policy holders may get the fuller
t1 neghborhood: is good, near ,the schools and churches, the house is I '314 E. Strong. Phone 1213. possible benefit'of their insurance. Among the Pensacola Stockholm
; prettily papered and new in every way. $300.00 down and small I WANTED First-class cook at once. WANTED-To buy old gold and silver I6fflarlm., I ers and policy holders are such well known men as T. E. Welles. T

monthly payments will buy it. 240 W. Garden. llapr broken up stuff regardless pfsizes. A. Jennings, A. C, BI! unt, Jr., C. W. Lamar, Thos. C. Watson and
I I! Cash paid. Ligatman & Klein, ,NICELY 'FURNISHED ROOMS tort I many other prominent men of the highest business and professional
*,?* : W ANTEID--A good all-round printer,I!106: E. Wright. Phone. 1127. rent;' Good location and reasonable: ,standing: 'who have confidence in the company as a thorough business -

300 E.: Wright St., boarding house. M .. .. ..< ...h.$27.50 J t capable of doing first-class job print. terms?. 401 W. Chase St. 4apr2w'PLEASANT : proposition as well as the desirability and security of its insurance -
CotI ge at'Fishervlllerv.. i... .. .. .. ..- .. ,. :,'. '!. .: ....20.00 F ing and experienced in 'newspaper]; W AN'rjD.-A.; R. Binghain' wanto f '-_'I"" I I The management of the company is economical and its contracts
417 N. 9th avenue ((6 rooms) .... .. .. .. ... .'.. .. ... 20.00 work. Must 'be absolutely' sober; no I your moving and hauling.' He gua place to board on North I up to date .
506 N. 9th avenue south of Wright Street ((10.rooms.20.oo. ) !drinking man need apply Cook &:I antees all breakage. Phona 630. Hi!}, on car line Address No.8, : d'Policies

;Uii: 806 N. DeViller ((6 rooms)... ... ... ... ,.. ... ... ... ... .17.50 :; Hutchison, Chipley, Fla., 7aprlm' WANTED.-The public! to know .care JO fIlal. 27marj From $50 to 10,000.
that
21 S. Baylen ((5 rooms)..... .. .. .
.. '. .. .. ,.. .. .......17.50 ;' ,, old can-"be I!
ai-M; 713 N. Alcanize ((4 rooms)....., :. ... .. ... .. ,. ..... .15.00 j WANTED-Old man for gardener, al-: office newspapers for five cents'a bought at .ROOMS FOR RENT-furnished or un- ,
316 W. ':Main ((5 rooms).. .. ....... '.. '" .,. .. ........ .12.50 I! so servant for cooking, etc; white ori this all clean and nice. bundIe.-They: furnished. Mrs. Mj J. Robinson, 600 j I OFFICERS.
721 W. Main ((6 roomsc. .. ...... ......... .. .. ... ...10.00 i colored. Apply mornings, 20 W.! are ,Ev, Gadsden St. 'f 24marlm i I! W. B. Henderson
Store and dwelling at Goulding... .. .. ... ... ..... .... .12.50 Wright St 20apr:' WANTED-We want your orders foi I! ,'president, (president of the First National
414 W. Intendencia ((5 rooms)...... .. .,.... .. ... ........10.00 1907 Art Calendars. Over 300 original ., WANTED* few boarders at 212 W.!' Bank, Tampa, Fla.)
432 E. Intendencla ((5 rooms).. 10.00 "AGENTS WANTED"-Experienc3 designs to select from. All 'Gregory. New house, good neigh- H. L., Knight, vice-president (president of the Knight &: Wall

S20 N. 6th avenue ((5 rooms). .. ... .., ..-, ,; .. .. .. ....10.00 not necessary* pays for sickness, accident prices. Mayes Printing Co., Pensacola. borhood and on car line. 'ISmarlm* Hardware Company, Tampa.)
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1017 N. Davis street ((4 rooms).... ... ... 'U '" .. ... ....10.00 t I and death. Address, the Fraternal 16feb. NICE FURNISHED ROOMS for rent.'.i : A. Carson). second vice-president (president State Bank, cfKiss'.mmee

LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH US FOR' SALE. ;t, Mo. Bankers of America, St.25mar4t Louis,: WANTED.-Electric work of ah kind. Newly furnished, clean and nice,,' Horace C. Gordon, secretary (judge criminal court).

: Let us ctean ycur-fans reair'::: your near postoffice. Apply at 128% E. .Frank Bentley, treasurer (Lawyer).
I THE COLLECTION OF RENTS A SPECIALTY WE LEARN you .to make mirrors; dynamo So :sour wiring, etc: Paona Government street, Mrs. B. M. Trainer. Walter C.-Wright, actuary.W. .

home. Full guaranteed formula $5. 570. Pensadola: Electric!! Co.. 205 S. Ijanlm. P.,Adamson, Medical Director. -
THE FISHER REAL ESTATE AGENCY P. F. M. Co., Box 472., Pensacola" ,,Fla. Baylen. : F. M. Simonton; Legal Counsel
,. ISmarlm Old newspapers at five cents a bundle
206 SOUTH PALAFOXST. .. WANTED.-All kinds of electrical 1 at this office. They are all clean
HONE 87
; work. I sell all kinds of electrical[I and nice. '- 'Pens cola Offices Brosnaham BuildIng
4Z41 WANTED other electrical
batteries an:! supplies. '

.- r -, 1- sJfrrnJLnAWrtnnnr r ,jwj- When you need me' ring 345 or 955., .1 I -'--------' -"""" ..... ; .'" -- __ .
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E. W. Peake, new Star Laundry building HOTELS.

SPECIAL BARGAIN FOR SALE ANA.MAS-Let ma: and straws.Us Hats clean cleaned your,blocked Pan: E. Garden. ISdee. '" t___"'
HOTEL VERNON tes $2 per day. Miscellaneous
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and rebanded by expert workman. NEW UPRIGHT 'PIANO to exchangefor Special rate by week. (Special attention FOR RENT
FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY List of Property for Sale by D. Hale Leave hats at Fredericksen Tailor: lot on East Hill Address P. to traveling, men. Free sample 4uutruuuu'u.rl.rnrLJtlJ'U'trrjtrutn njvtnruruvu'wnvrFOR
Wilson &; Co. Shop, 34 S. Palafox St. (special'atte Box 207. SOmarWANTED. MATTRESSES AND FUR."lITURE-,
0. RENT
-room. tMrs.,J.. P. Ma ldin, Prop. Mattresses -6 room cotta'ge, coma'
fc tion to mail orders. made-to order-old; ones Church
One block on 'proposed street carline .-The Merchants Transfei i i 15apr. renovateNew, ticks furnished. Rent and Commendenca: street.
I very reasonable. Citwat.
53 vacant lots that are cheap at $100 New City, overlooking Bayou WANTED-Will invest $1000 to $3000 Co. wants your moving and bauUnj.I HOTEL_ .,SOUTrlER'N-open' 'all the Second hand furniture bought and and sewer connections. Apply J. M>
Liri4.fi; per lot. Ten 3 and 4 room houses Texar, and under fence.$300 o' with services, in some ligitim'ate All breakage guaranteed.. B. Tnor.: year< ;American.and European plan. sold Uphol teriD'g and repairing done.i Pfeiffer, 123 E. Government St. 15apr
that would be great bargains at $600, One half block on Lakevlew avenue:. and respectable business. Give par- len Prop Phone :978.; lSjunelmWANTED.Real : Special summer rates. 'First-class; in 114 E. Belmont St., city, phone 771.
i. hc- each. We will sell the entire lot for in settled neighborhood and on hardroad '\ ticulars.' M., 42. care The JournaL every 'respect. Pleasant and convenient Davis Mfg. Co., C. T. Davis, Mgr. FOR RENT! 3 4-room:: cottages na
$9000 If taken at once. This is'the very cheap at.. ..' .. ..$1500 I| 12apr3w. .Estate* for' sale or' ,' :5Ir: T. L. Bowen, Prop., Pen- I 12th avenue and Garden St. Ren'J6.50
ii4 cheapest property that will, ,ever be i One-half block ((12 lots) and six new rent'leas-a' or exch'angey: Your bust sa olatFa.- 15aprTHEBROWN EXCURSION-The launches Stella I per month. Apply 12tb ave. and
'ut4 offered here. houses renting for $5.00 each with WANTED-:Youn-g country printer ness respectfully solicited.! J: A. Wilson : and Leclair will run excursions to.' Salamanca St. loaprlw
4 .r *zF : room for seven houses.. Real Estate Agent; 22W.. Govr I
$3250 Life"
more the
1- Corner lot on E. Zarra'gossa St. with wants position in, ,newspaper or HOUSE-Airy rooms, Saving Station, lor other
3 room house this is Two large lots and a good three: job office ,in Florida or Alabama.. Has, eminent '"street, Room 7,. ,Salisbury go dbeds.; Free baths and sample points of i interest, day or nght! on reasonable MANHATTAN HOTEL, corner Ba>-
offered once ;in a life a time.bargain only room and hall house renting for $6.00 I eight yars! : experience and an a.j.l bullding. ,Phone 172 23Jan. room.! $2 per: day. Special attention I terms. Phones 659 and ;i30.J. ., len and Garden streets. ContaIn'
per month;; if sold at once.; ..$600 I round good' job printer., A perfect I to traveling men." --J." R." Brown, Prop., C.' Sutherland, Mgr. I2apr 23 rooms furnished throughout. For
4' 440 E. Main St., 4 room, kitchen One nice five roomed hous .in good gentleman .and absolutely sober wilt 1 wNTEa-Hau1Ing and transfer .DeFuniak..Springs, 'FlaISmarlm' particulars apply to Hooten & Waison. -
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& and large hall cheap. locality with' 37 foot lot renting for start 'on '.moderate salary. Address I work: Office phone 363; residence TAILORING. L. Diamond Tailor. 13.ipr3'

The finest place for a fruit and vegetable .] $10.00 per month.. .... .. ..$1000 I stating full particulars, Arthur Win-;t phona 390. Acosta. &: White 22.28 N CENTRAL HOTEL, CHIPLEY Op. Gents' clothing cleaned, pressed and _
farm in West Florda! contains] One-half an,arpent and*'ten roomed free, White Castle La. .12aprlw.j Tarragona St ,25maf, 'depot Large and well lighted repaired on short notice. No. 11% A. R. BINGHAM: has otorage room for
160 acres, a 4 room house large:! house in central part of the city,nice f rooms. Free sample room. Meals at West Government St. Pensacola, Fla.! rent, suitable for furniture or other
A't tarn and other out houses; 500 pear t shade and fruit trees.. ..- ..$5500 I WANTED-People at the Navy all hours. Special"' attention to traveling Idee. j I:I goods, 104 and 106 South Tarragona
I Yard
_-* trees 25 or 30 pecans a.nj numerous, I Vacant lots in any part of the city: to buy- ice from the old 'reliable Money to Loan. IIl.e'n.. $2.00 per. day." J. M. Tug- South St Phone 630 SOnorI
other fruits. at prices that will take. Several investments officially recognized iceman : -..... .... gle; Prop: ISmarlm J. H. PORTER, sallmaker, 716 [F
by the 'Val 1'
Palafox street Orders taken for I .. =
40 acre farm and house and !barn,I that will net 10 per cent entine people..I will serve ;you'prompfc $10,000; TO LOAN'at Current rates of CHIPLEY: ; HOTEL-Carl Setterlind, tents, awnings, campstools and house!i

VJ! wefl worth $1200; close out,at $600. I on the money invested. ly.. IF. N.-HowelL_ llaprlw interest. Pensaepla Investment Prop. Special attention to commercial cots. etc. Prices reasonable. 31jan. For Sale
FOR RENT. 'Apri11.1w. I- .. ,. ,,
;L The finest turnentine business Inn I Company. travel era. :Free sample and bath -- ""
WANTED
West Florida; it has to be seen to be Ten roomed, house centrally located, :Your orders for' taUo:: rooms! Large rooms with good beds. SHIP CHANDLERS-:-lIcKinzle Oert-: FOR SALE-Desirable: boarding
4. appreciated. Will take pleasure in I and unexcelled for a boarding house,: clothes made fit.clothing.Let We. make ,your MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody borrows $2 per day. ISmarlm lug &: Co., wholesale-and retail ship': house, newly furnished!! throughout
.iMLj: Ibowlng this to any one interested. on street car line $35.00 per month. I us {take your meas: money from Jno. A. Hall &;- chandhra and grocers, only first-class rent paid to July 23, sewer connec
iFlve roomed house close in ,town, ure. Lamm &: Co., Chicago', W. 0): Co., 16 E. Government street: Whenin BAY. HOTEL.-Opea lIght and day.,j, house of kind in city ,fair pricg to al!. ton, electric lights and telephon .
t Wells .
large' yard and'nice out buildings, sta: agent, Chipley, Fla. Taprlm need call on us. 9feblm European plan. Rooms light and!! Will sell all or part. Twelve regular '
ir- ble etc, $20.0Q) Per month.. clean. Transient trade solicited. :!I I Fine stationery, wedding-invitations,I'II 'boan !ers now bsides transient daily
.ItT.CRAWORDt If what you want is not listed here SECONDHAND. CLOTHING WANT MONEY LOANED on all kinds of pur- 575-579 S. Palafox Jas. S. Nicolaa visiting cards, tally cards, etc. Celia Apply 105 E. Intendencia Si.; Pnsa-
call us up by phpne $34 or call andsee ED-Highest price paid for gents' Tonar..property on short notice. Prop. I I M. Robinson, representing' The Chas/cola, Fla. April 13-1 w.
t, 315% South Palafox Street. us at 30 S., Palafox street clothing:only. Sell second, hand:goods. Terms easy. J. B. Gray & Co.. 2 W. i i H. Elliott Company; of Philadelphia. ---

DrESs.suts'. ; for rent, 9 E. Intendencia, i Romano._Phone 1165. Ifeb ,r 8marlm. .- _ FOR SALE-One good second hand
t : D. Hale Wilson & Co. -. .-- MONEY TO. LOAN.-On real estate or LOST MATTRESSES RENOVATED. New I safe. Will sell cheap. Apply room

., W ANTEP-,: y a young'man, positionas other pufflcient! security by 1ippl.J' J'_-_f,._ __-.m. tick furnished if 4eSit d. All done fin 3, Fisher 'building.. llapr
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BARGAINS SALE furnished. 'Address references! ing to Thos. Pebley/-cor. Palafo and LOST-Gold Crescent pin, set wittt! good order on short notice Leave i MMi M K P *"""*
-- .. C-2., care ..Journal.3aprlm. 1. Ronjana. up stairs._ITnoT-m. pearls. Between points of crescent is:orders at Green & Watson. Phone FOR SALE-7-rodm house. lT7aj

set with 193. I j room 2 closets pantry, city water I
pair of wings large opal Reward 7mar[
Here is YourOpportunity MONEY; TO LEND-On good real estate I} Lot 70x137% corner 10th avenue and !
return to-Leo T. MarzonI at:
Summer Home WANTEDrrSjtenograpWc work of Any security or on good collateral, for CARRIAGES repaired and repainted. .:i Desoto streets. East Hill. Apply on !
nature. Will give same prompt.a t.teutIn. ._ at lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks. Peoples Bank. It Floats built to order. Horse shoeing .' place. R. E. Coleman IQapr 2w* '

; A nice home on Bayou Chico. Five!I P one 285.! Saprlm. Fisher building. ZljaaJ LOST EHher en depot car or at Pal- a'specialty. J. G, Welsh. ; Carriage _
worn and reception hall. Near carline afox and Gregory streets transfer, Co. 27feb: FOR SALE-Car load Tennessee
F to make an investment which WANTED-rThe public to know that MONEY'LOANED on all kinds of personal : horses and mules. Can be seen at
; $1,500.East will yield you a big profit It's .we caa do: all kinds of repairing property on short notice. tation, copy of Hawthorn's Wonder!,: "- Pou's stables. McMillan & Turton.
Hill Cottage. only a lot 66x90 feet but it's float building, horse shoeing, etc. J.Terms easy. J. W. Bullard upstair. Book, owner's name inside. Reward Business OpportunityV'ANTED'Responslble j' aprlU
Of five rooms with bath and re on the corner of Garden and G.. Welsh Carriage Co. 27te II; 28% 'South, Palafox St., Phone 1144. for return to 203.N. Palafox St.
A bargain cash
ceptIonball at UOO- Hapr2 \ ?
finor man
Railroad streets. !tp man-
If interested COURT HOUSE DYEING. FOR SALE- Nice old newspapers
$15 monthly payments, $1,200. Pressing a'ge branch office and distributing i!; clean
telephone NO. 223 and ask and Cleaning Club, 21 -N.De.Villers at nve cents a bundle. This of
UNLIMITED amount 01 money to loan LOSTi-Black water spainel dog' with L depot for large coffee and spice corn-I
C. R. YAEGER forGEO'W. Sfc; Mrs. T.- J. Davis, Prop. Your pat on all kinds of personal property whjte spot under chin. Answers' to pany owning its own mills; salary |20o'' fice.

PRYQR JR. teed ronagesolicited! Careful attention: satisfaction: ,.guaran Special rates to business men on larg "name- of "Black.? Reward. Return I monthly and commissions; references[ FOR SAL Second hand 25 H P .

:'4 No. 202 Theisen Bldg. Phone 686. .ents. Phone 1222. 'givenladies': loans. The New York Loan Co.. 204H to' 518 W., Wright or Home Bakery arid investment of $1000 required. Address '!boiler.'Ill sell chea-p.' Applv' !1(1 !
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Palafox. llaprlw Manager: 18 River St, Chicago. New Method. Laundry. ISAprii:: :

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BARGAIN LIST ,PIANOS. C&lneorwh1s '
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was Lester$350 Piano price mahogany now $275, nne used order only i ,- large 8&IIatorfum o4holDeor book of treat pen The New Convertible Term Policy Iffru V

months. ?10 caslibalance" ?3 D7e .,A.di1ress :
a few : AND M. 'WOOLLn' N OFTHE m.

per Ir\iDg.month.handsome case was 1300now COMMISSION BROKERS, -I Whcska,.Cure!J:x, s4 .
eotsfs

Clutter,J215$$6 Per,; very large month.little handsome used. Terms mahoganycase nocuh i 11 WEST INTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOIA FU. | \ I m PENN MUTUAL g LIFE fB


Terms; was$15 $cash.400 now*8' Per$335A month.bargain. Private Wires H. Y, N. 0. and Chicago.COnONSTOCKSGRMPROVISIONSandBONDSf. i McMillan Bros. Co. I,, w w '1,000 AT AGE 25 COSTS ONLY-___11.45 PER YEAR. %

jLefclia. high grade mahogany; was $1,000.AT AGE 30 COSTS, ONLY12.60 PER YEAR.

1450 noTf $390; rented only few $1,000 AT AGE 35 COSTS ONLY$14.15 PER YEAR. f ftIlH
months; J20 cash ?10 per month. .
Sterling, ebony case was $350 now ( $1,000 AT AGE 40 COSTS ONLY-----$16.15 PER YEAR. mN

1120, $10 cash. $6 per month. '$1,000 AT AGE 45 COSTS ONLY.___$0.00 PER YEAR. tJrJ'
Gutter, large size mahogany case; Bought and Sold! on Margin or for Investment :
used seven months was J400 now aY In addition, this policy receives an Annual Dividend. Now averaging nearly m

J275 Kimball; $10 ,cash walnut, $8 per case month.was $375 usedtwo i Reference: First. National and Peoples Baato Phone 1173 i, MOBILE. Al BAMA. 1: *N 25 per cent, which reduces the cost of the insurance annually. ro

years, now 5185 $10 cash bal- ...............+.* .+..+...++*.....,........+.+*.... ;'N;4 Another attractive feature is that the policy can be changed at any time WITH. NtU
ance $7 per month.All RE/EXAMINATION to any other form of policy the Company writes.
of the above are upright pianosand N ;
we guarantee them. We have 16 MARKETSNEW Iw Full particulars gladly furnished on request. m

square pianos from $15 to $45. BOc Morris Levy Special Agt. David Edrehi Dist. Mgr.
per week; 'good for practice. m :

CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE THE KEY TO THE YORK COTTON. rii Office Room 9' Fisher Bldg.LWI5 to.m .

Pensacoia Fla. EXCHANGE CLOSED m :
FOR SALE-Store and dwelling at- r
-tached. A good business stand. Ap- The Liverpool and New York cot- aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
closed yesterday, account -!i
was
'exchange
to J. C. Pebley. 12aprlwFOR
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Holy Saturday, hence no quotations ;
SALE-One prescription case I I GATES OF SUCCESS were, received.

and small line of Pharmaceuticals -....-'l'--.liit-!;.;. 66 -
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railroad town Naval Stores. : .i
in growing ; will give my I \
practice to purchaser. Good location. ,Savannahs Ga., April 14.-The naval ,
Apply with stamp. E. Porter- Webb,! i is -moneyWith-ready money in hand stores market closed today as follows: .

M. D., Carrabelle Fla.._12apr3t: there's no situation in the financial and busi- 'V1V .. ".0 ..' ,". .: .. ..5 30 FULL QUARTS ., ,
FOR dALE-A second-hand conopy top 1 WG... ....... .. .. .. .. ....5 20 '. .;-. ",. .'
phaeton in perfect order about "as ness world butthat can be mastered by its N..... .... ...... ..... ......5 10 : :.
as new. Apply to J. A. courageous use. M... a. .. .. ..... .... ....5 05 '" ':. ."
good 00
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rick 222 E. Ga'dsden street KlrkPat.1: K.... .... .. .. ...... ......5 00 I $1 .
511. loaprat If have in hand all I.... ... .... .... !' .. ......4 60 ,
no
you money by 11...... .: .. :... .. ....... .4 25
FOR 'BALE-Dwelling of seven rooms means start a bank account and add the G ., .. .. .'- ':, .... ....3 95
with store attached corner lot 60x: nickels, dimes and quarters spend here F.... .. .. ..' ;. ....... .......3 85 Full Pints 50c. Full Half Pints 25cat
100; also household broods, Includinggas you E.' .. .. .... .. .... ......3 80 ,
range a( a bargain. Apply- 528 and there. We'will add four per cent in our D..".... .. .. ...... .... ....3 75

West Gregory. its savings department. C.... '0 .. ........ .......3 70
thOTDCE TO OA1TlDATES--Those Spirits Turpentine, 66 cents.
wishing to make a successful runt
t should supply themselves with a botptle Don't think that piles can't be cur S. A. FRIEDMAN'S.t
of PLUTO. Now Is the season to ed. Thousands ol obstinate cases .
{prepare your stomach and liver have been cured by Doan's Ointment.

at store. .... .. .. .. ..
\against all diseases. Pluto will do ItiFor i : 50 cents any drug : -' It. ..' U"4; -.t.b; ; '.-'>;(
sale by all Druggists and grocers,,I FIRST NATIONAL BANK ; ._"_ ."'_ __ ;q.w..l -. ," A.i: i. "ifC.v ,,- _._ ;;; ..
'wholesale by Jas McHugn.. ORDER YOUR ICE CREAM FROMBOSSO'S
I ICE CREAM FACTORY,
NOTICE TO CANDIDATES- OF PENSACOLA, FLA.
wishing to make a successful run PHONE 1326. $1.25 PER GALLON

should supply themselves with a hot.tie W.H.EIWWXBS.T, W.BREST Pres.and W.W.K.N.HTBB ROBERTS Jay, Asst.V..Pres.Cashiers.!and Caaliier.! 75c PER HALF :GALLON. I SHIPPING NW[ I :Many An Estate Has Been Lost Altogetherbecause
of P1LUTO. Now Is the season to DnUIOTOM-F. C. Brent, W. A. Blount. W. H. Knowles W. K. flyer, ..JrV ; '
prepare your stomach and liver L D. Q.Brent. TOO LATE FOR CCA.. ICATION.U' __
pgalnn all diseases. !Pluto will do it V" MISCEL.LANEOUS.! -" of jack of ready money at the death of the own

For sale by all druggists and grocers Cleared. er. .
wholesale by Jas -ifoHugh. I! GOOD PASTURE--For a few horses sen, 165, Me-
Donna Christina Am You Should Life Insurance
and cows. !Address )r apply] to W. Carry to
FOR SALE-At a" bargain, 1 5 I U, Kilbee, BrenU. .na 15aprlw Leod, for Belize with 230,000 ft Ibr
year old Jersey cow with young calf.I, and S250 su ft sash, doors and blinds. :Protect Your 1 Estate .
Gives; 2}, to 3 gallons per day; also No. nCl! .
pair scales and one oil tank. HtfgU.Voloney. ," Alpha, Gerss'2693 Brink for Copenhagen Well be glad to explain the various policies to you.KnowIcsBros.Gpeenl .
924 N Davis. -loaprlw C.W.UMAR Preildcnt. JOHN PFEIFFER. Assistant l Cithlir Political Announcements. ', with 199,000 ft sawn timber
U. E.CLARKvke-Presdaat:< lid Cubter. 1.W.ANDREWS.AulstMt Cashier.: Insurance
FOR t" SALE-Household goods bed '" and 1,043,000 ft >br, Alt t!

clothing, linen and dishes. Apply For thei Legislature.To Sailed. v Fire, Life, ,

531 E. Government St 25marlm; THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK, the bia""Denjocratic County-;. Voters of Escam- August Belmont, Br ss, 2967 Clark .

EOR SALE-rEgga frpm standard bred< or PINSHQOLU, HA. At the request of many 'friends Liverpool., '
prize winning Barred Rocks fifteen -and-from the city I
the
from I
$t50; fifty $3. Also Ohio improved DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. hereby announce country my candidacy for VES8BL3 IK"fCRT..*. :ONON1/ONN/NN.../001NNNN..NNONNN010014
'PEN8.A.OOLA.
Chester White Pigs, pedigreed. Mrs. ii' 'at : :
Representative the legislature .8teamahips. :
Lizzie B.*Hughes ChipleyFla.22marlm CAPITAL, STOCK, $200,600. SURPLUS, $69,000. the session 1907( .subject to the actionof. Annie, Brit ss, Wie, 2445 Rio Janeiro Iron Works and Supply Co. !

__ ,DIRECTORS. the Democratic primary May loth tp Pensacoia Lumber Co. I i
FOR SALE-Fine hotel site; best sit- 1906, .and I earnestly solicit the support Alpha, 'Ger.Str, 2693, Brink Hull to Manufacturers and Repairers of MACHINERY AND BOILERS,
nation in the city for a tourist hotel Henry L. CovIngtoiH( Frank Relliy F. E. Browner, $1 the Democracyof! Escambia! order. FORGINGS, MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP .
130 feet fronting south by 172 feet J. M* Pfeiffer, t W. 8. Rosasco, C. W. Li mar,' county.. Argo,,Br 'ss: 1970 Dove Buenos : REPAIRS A SPECIALTY. Prompt attention given to all orders, :
deep on East Government street overlooking .i f Bryan Dunwody, T. F.I McCourln J. R.Saunders,, ." I favor-liberal pensions for Confederate Ayres. day or night. Agents- for James McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and
Seville square and Adams A. M./tvery, t .W. H. Milton, 0. E. Maura,. soldiers"''and their widows! Cayo Bonito, Br ss 2213 Widgery, : Timber Dogs also] chains of all descriptions.: Office phone 123. Residence I
street with open view of Pensacola W. L. Cawtbon Dr. W. J. Hannah NkKenzle Oertlng., Uniform school terms giving the Coatzacoalcos to Gulf Transit Co. i iChelford o phone 10S9. P. 0. Box 123. PHIL WITTMAN, Mgr.
bay $10,000 will buy the property Alex.1c6owln. C. M. Covlnjjton, M. E. Clark. country public schools the same ,- Br ss, 1707 Wood Tamp-' .000+0NON.NN..10NNNN.0....GO.1NN....N...b
lapr. length term as the city schools. co, -order. |t
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Accounts of Banks Individuals,Corporation Firms Soflcltadr 'A uniform: school book law, and Dora; Br ss, Mitchell 1459 Buenos 4
TOR SALE}--One new Kokens bar Four percent Interest Paid on Time Deposits. free books for the pupils of all publicschools. Ayres.
ber chair, also several mirrors. V HesleyiideVBrss, 1617, Bedlin'ston
Call or write 3'' A. Billingsley, HE. An efficient law;'for the equalization! Las Palmas to R. M. Robinson. EXCURSIONRATES i1 F ULl

Government St. ISAprillm 2,_taxes. Kerriemoor, Brit ss Scorer 2109

FQR SALE-Full blood white Wyandotte ............O..i...11N1...NNN.NOONNI. 61 Good roads specially. Venice.'
Yours respectfully :Monsaldale, Brit ss 1783, Davis, l
eggs Beacon of Boston strain J. S. REESE', President E. W. MENEFEB. Cashisr.R. = '1'0'CALIFORNIA'
i M. JACOBY. Santos to H. Baars & Co.
M. CAR?. Vice-PresldenL EXPRESS
$2.50 of 15. Few
setting fine "
very Runwick, 'Br. ss, 1S40, Arkley Rio,
Caas.cockrels ready DeFunlak for the yard. Address I THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF PENSACOLA iDirectorsLcJ. i iJ CREW NOTICE. Janeiro to Wj S..Keyser.& Co. ; : 'i'I' PREPAID

SJmarlm Murray* ,Springs Fla. > B*.ve<, J. >6. Reese, W. DeC. Kessler I R. M. Gary, Neither the captain, own.a Senator, Holleseen Ger ss, Lange, ''ACCOUNT .
W, A. D'Alemberte T. A. Jennings, J. J. Hooten. ers or consignees of the ss."Annie" 1232, Cardiff. Imperial Council, Ancient Arabic! $AZO
1l
LUMBER FOR SALE-Sessoms-Wbit TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. will be responsiblefor Spennymoor,- ;-Br. ss, Nairn 1722, Order Nobles of the Mystic '
Shrine .
debts contracted by Huelva.
ted CO;, B ntfay. Fla. 31mar2w* YOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFUL-H SOLICITED. any --
Card
o f010N..... .......NN/NNONNNNNINOOWN..4 1 the crew of the said res.ael Vida- Nor ss, 976, Arressen MAY 7th to 10th, 1906 -
l; nas, to Hyer & Co. will be ; 24th .4
FOR Tickets sold April ;
,
SALE.-A outfit Liverpool
photographers IM.. WIE ViVina, Span ss, 1958, Bustinza ; I
Cheap. Apply Fisher Furniture Gulf Transit : to May 4th; inclusivewith
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Master. via Cuban ports to I Doifl
-store 138 E. Intendencia St. 27mar L R.HILTON)l.BUsRNFLL.CesslnR.GRESS,PK SID SS. T.MANSSTELD B. WSLLtS.: MORENO VtOI.PBiI3IDnr.,Assi.CUsroa PE SACOLA LUMBER 00., I Co. ehlps. a Rate limit from of July Pensacola 31st.The to I -.: m

ON THE HIGH LAND-East Hill electric Consignee. Los Angeles is $64.60. n 'DfLlVfRro fOil
car line six lots 100 ft. front Citizens National Bank Orpheus,' Aust ship. Medanlc, Tries. Proportionate Rates from

by 137% deep, corners $700 Inside te. Other Po:nts. $9oo
of Pensacoia Florida.D'UC1DP.S
Fraadnlent Sweetbreads."A '
lots $600. There are no better situations Ophelia, Nor ship 1127 Larrsen THE ROUTE-Is via 6L Louis
true sweetbread Is perhaps the
than these lots. A V. Clubbs. lles. Eix M.Robinson. L. Hilton Green. I DunkIrk. and the "Scenic Line of theWorld" -
IT Gen W.Wright. Morris Bear, T.E.\V most healthy meat that can be eaten,* 8al'l.
viz Missouri Pacific
FOR SALE:-One story building and A GENERAL BAVXING BVSINtSS TRANSACTED said a doctor"but you are never able Precursore: Ital bk, Schiaffino 1508, and Denver: & Rio Grande Rail CHAS. BLUM&C
it. The sweetbread is the Genoa to Rosasco Bros. 617 AND 519 WEST BAY ST:,
to get
proper
bakery on.South Palafox Str Applyto ways through Colorado and Salt
Sclllin Ital bk, Z no. 1220. South- JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
or address A. D'Lustro 611-613 S. ; -J pancreas which is one of the most effective Bros. Lake City. This rate 1 11$$ open. .
Rosagco
to --- --- -
Palafox. City._llaprlw agents in promoting digestion hampton, ""Schooners.Donna for the public, .
FOR SALE. Improved and unlmproT- : but the sweetbread of trade is usually Christina, Am sch, McLeod, Write for Illustrated Literatureand -
R "Carr. J"- ." ,' I the throats of cattle ands I
CAD O Q obtained from
Maps.
ed \
property In all parts of the city. Pree., 4' 165 Cardenas.
3. A. Wilson & Co, Real Estate Agents Wholewls and Retail Dealer inSteapQf ] what Is called the thyroid gland. Thos. S. Dennison. Am sch, Wade, LOW RATES-Will also be I
Room 7. Salisbury building. Phone DomesticAnthracite .This gland.rests against the windpipe 1329,' Baltimore to order. made to Denver in July account Spotlessly
172. 23 jan C 0 A L Snit while its texture: is similar to that Union, Br sch, 72, Tela. Honduras. meeting of the B. P. O. Eo, The
AUTOMOB_i is.-1 am agent tor the and Blacksmith Df the real sweetbread, it has not thesome National Educational Assooia* I Cleanwhen
3' South Palafox street. Telephone 93. tion meeting In San Francisco
Pope Mfg.Co. and can sell you autos Offlcft-No beneficial qualities. But some
from $500.00 up. They cost less than Yard comer Tarragona. and Gonzalez streats. Phones. 6 andJ72 butchers, in order to make money pass July 9th-13th and the National
horses to keep up. They cau be run m M y MWH MBMga.. BK I I pit the salivary gland, that which tur.nisheJ f Baptist Convention, Los Ange- you open your laun.

In sand or anywhere a horse can go. the saliva, located in the cheeks / di les Cal September 12th-19th. dry bundle from the STAR
Leslie E. Brooks. for.a sweetbread. This Is the most In-' I. E. REHLANDER: 'I your linens will be Ironed
Sale. For Sale substitute of all The"' Trav. Pass. Agent
FOR SALE-Ten new and seconds For _. .tenor pancreas perfectly smooth and
"'/. M N fS S An +****** *****+*************+++***+-*+*++++**-- r real sweetbread, Is a most dainty ia Chattanooga nn.I
cond hand office safes, differentsizes or I even allover. Every .
best makes at bargain prices FOR SALE{} -1900 barrels-Bla.ck Paint HOUSES FOR SALE-Lease 'ot .rent, morsel. It is of triangular form while .
Scarritt Moreno, office East Government in one barrel lots or carloads, made near car' ling on Little Bayo'u.. Apply the sweetbreads obtained from the I piece receives the most
St 24mar expressly for painting metal, shingle to Phillip Hannah Little Bayou; :: throat are of.an oval form. But what careful handling.

FOR SALE-An Installment business and Iron roofs, iron cars, smokestacks 'U the use of making people dissatisfied Pensacoia Sla} Andrews and!
in Pensacola with over 500 lease ac- structural. Iron' work, ship bottom bpr16t'j'j: ? 'They have been eating thyroid 1s : The Star Steam
For samples etc., bait Co
etc. prices Steamship
counts. Will sell cheap for cash. Owner and salivary glands for sweetbreads .
write to The Alcatraz Co., Richmond ; ? been satisfied. But I!
has have Laundry.
other business and cannot attend Va. laprS-15-22 In and with large house barns. ,o1* fQre41's and STEAMER, TARPON. i
office.to it. Address "Me," care this houses etc. Creek runs through the hen they bare never tasted the realthlJ1g.PiUsburg W. a. JAR OW, Master' I 37 E aarCen St. Phone 114.Peniicola. S_

gaprePOR FOR SALE-OR RENT Two:lighters;f i land and 4->r 5 springs at also Qn Dispatch. -CLAS1'dS3fNUldtt: .&.:+Al Fin. a Ii
B.-\L hoice Pekin' duck e'ges one with capacity fof 75 thousand ft: the land.. Plenty shade trees.and ap- -- FREIUHT $ERVIC.fj6 >> ... Ia
$1.50 trees.. -1:: """" ".. I ....
per' dozen. Single comb lumber, tM other thirty thousand capacity -t pie pecan peach and plum .. Tie T01lI'ut. "Way. U-
brown Leghorn eggs $tQ0 per setting. Rates reasonable. Also two Good soil; also have a lot ;/fine bree4j ;, pine Traveler-This Is a very dangerous -' PENSACOLA. 'MOBIL!. APAL/XCHI-/ --- "
**. P. rocks, the same $5.00 per hundred skiff boats for sale,cheap 23 ft long,j chickens, ducks, hogs goats, pea place you say. And do the COLA CARRABELLE. ST. AN- Attention!
delivered\ In Pensacola. 3 trio 5 ft:. beams. Telephone or write! J.\ A.i f fowls pigeons geese and tur'Kfy of live on the mountain thing n DREWS. MILLVILLE. Sir Knights
who Coeur De Lion COCK
oor people A
rt I good
ducks at $3.00 a trio., Plain directIons Chaffln & CO., ,Milton! FX lamar I Jail kinds. Reasonfor selling Iii' that Ji hare JLo travel: this way every day'CuiaeOh And all points en St Andrews Bay / mandery No. 1,
given upon request to raise poultry i have no one to manage place, A'fcreii have AginofqualUytha'tall -
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to .
such and
Carrabelle Apalachicola
in I ) no! They are not Knights Templar wills
city lots successfully. F. N. FOR SALEr-My lodging house for'bargain either as an'Investment'or
lIo 'ell. BOX 36.. Warrington. Fla. sale. Fourteen towns newly fur.nished ;I for party looking for a good f rm' on fools! They go up by a much easier : men a pre- SCHEDULE attend Easter services 3
oOmartw throughout It is oh a good: Tv-hich to make money. Everyihlns toa.d.. We only bring the tourists.round Leave Fet-eicoia suodav,. |:30- p at Gadsden St
strength 5
Insures Mobile AIL M. E. church, Sunday
FOR SALE-'Shoe making and repairIng paying basis and' centrally located;'1] genuine and just as reprsseptej. No WI.,." .\vay.Pearson Weekly. date ffi Leave for Pensacoia, Taesdft). 830; p. -7/1j, k. morning, April ISta,
1 blocks from "ostofileeparL cash. fake. Write or call on W. Htj WQTSW; and vigor Andrews
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St. Mmyllle.
vim Ap
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shop; established trade; no ; m. for at eleven o'clock. All
M: Trainer, 128&\Box 453. Pensacoia for further ;i'artic-: rttletara.V
competition- Apply to Mrs. 3. V lacaleola, Carrabelle and f JntermediatiDolnts. i .
good opening for gOOd 31m3\ the motives of the Sir Knights are re
30mar ulars. 3v cannot see
man j. Mlndel Bagdad Fla., E. Government St.. .f. j cannot know All good dealers sen it V quested to meet at JL
we ;
6aprl6t actions \re cociieaia For additional laformtJlon<< apply t
--To l money'on your JUST RECEIVED-Large jttlpment bl Uig trials and temptations cf our broth- Atlanta J. R. 9AUNDERS. our Asylum at 9:30a.
FOR SALE-Registered--Berkshire' watches Jewelry 'and personal ef Imported Olive OiL Retail by plat: pr's Inner life; therefore bow is'It possible ( a'B. Ei B. E. R. COBB, .'. _: '., Presides. m. eharp.
hogs; best of breeding. Ask for fects. Highest cash price for old gold gallon or larger quantity. G. Moriasa: for to criticise his actions,fair1yHome Gen. Frt and Pass. Af HARRY W. GIBBS, a aW.
:a1ogue:. Carl Setterlind. .Chlpley, and silver. Lightman.ifc Klein. 106 E. &; Coy ship chandlers and grocers, f 61 us Sotes.nr ,- Peniaeola, Tit*. HENRY NEEDHA3C, Bet
i Wright Phone 1127. .. South Palafox. 4oet .





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F' ;\ft''I": <'"1-": OURI : TER, SUIT OF CLOTHES. THAT EAS i IS t
ONCE 'WEEISAL"Eif .
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:f.t 4 I andPanamas d : WHAT SAY WHO I HEARD HAD PAID A GENTLEMAN$15.00 FOR A

SUIT, WHEN HE WAS LOOKING
t AT SOME OF THE SWELL
: SUITS
5a""IE: ;; But Campaign Has Not Yet Assumed SHOWED HIM AT $11.00. I

,.t..:,..'!....; .',"-"""li1."itfr. St : I .,Very Active' Pro /
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The straw rush Is on and ,portions. AND LOSE

1$ ,.'1! ;ti the new shapes are very. \ the success. of our Once-a-Week Cash Sale, we, i YOU CAN SAVE, BY LOOKING MONEY AT,
<< handsome indeed. A A few
new candidates( for office AFTER AND SELECTING
}: j.W,;,: : straw or Panama give: have appeared during .the past weekand decided our friends and customers the ad FROM MY LINE
4.k1fi,r$ lots of ventilation-saves a few more; may make their appearance tosimilar

1';: p,.r.t, the hair-keeps the head The time during. limit'the for present candidates one.for vantage of a sale on our easy payment ,plan. Jos.

; t cool-'gives comfort. the state senate and for:,the lower Now-is chance* S Coleman
.,W :ioi '; ouse in the state legislature will ex your to buy at the cash price on small 1 pay- ,

4fi i not)ire at to-morrow that time, and filed no his,one a.pplication> who has !! fi y f ments.. This sale is for, one day only, and you mayinever: .have I....rWYi,, 212 S. Palafox S.COFFEE.
Straws 75c to rWYrr
.a ..... << $5 : with the state chairman at Jacksonvt'11e I I tl I ) _f
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applications must be filed 3Wr"" .
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with Chairman Rielly of. the county 4 ;b1.
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; i' The John White committee. e I I 'iWirws
ij 'The School Board 1Il! !;I ITfn i We are the Pioneer
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There are only three candidates I J df
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''M school board and as there are three 0"L i4.feR West Florida.
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places to b.e filled there ea 2166 ; t3
,. I .. just enough candidates to seems go round.to be m.l,i eft I r'lx+WiuiL aa

205.207. S. PALAFOX ST The candidates are Win. E. Anderson MM lw: {l ... : wY WY'r,' '
!. 1t]'" ; J' for District No. 1, H. G, DeSilva for "I U 4 t''RxaR E4"E,i McHUGH'S
t" !t'fd ,; I Co. 2, and W.- M. l BLENDShave
Agerton for
No. 3 T>H T* J t'
:; I These gentleman are all capable and mmII; In solid oak, with 24x30glass iii:'
mA will probably be elected without opposition -...,:. ". :i

1.1i' Children'sFriday I !J""B r!fl, I in dresser, handsomely :f;YrrWY; : no equal. A trial
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t .i rt : County' Commissioner, 3. M. An- l Iii; IJ.t will convince the con-
} s..r curved worth $50 : ;
4ri, Party Views is candidate for re-election ', iii; noisseur that we
from District No. 3 !
and he claims th*
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i privilege of & second term in accord- .WiJiWI our priceMONDAY' 1..4<:C J' make no extravagant
iA ance with democratic .. .
custom and '
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precedent! Mr Andrews is devoted i"E"E; !
fJ" to the interests of,his district :. .t .:
and ha ,1Otl:: $40 ""
1 I.tldi; i3 especially! ,interested in securingCOMMll&SIQ'NER ** **' :
AT LIBRARY HALL i Are twY Wy Wholesale and RetailGROCERS
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I$5 : "E Jt::

t t\.f. >I. For benefit of Book fund. There .C- .-*'"1tr****R 1 cash, balance $J per t iiii"I ,, I
ji trill be ,
dancing skating 'and game .
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f :' 11 Admission 10 cents. Refreshments. tf;:. week. .i
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f'I !e ofMen's 6 Tf ,I!:lxfAr/rJt 4..f1. 24x30 glass in dresser, .'.". Ii.,,! ',(r.=:P;; c' ,! .rrpx New Orleans Grocery Co
gr rig !:a.:>
'! j" 'r.!,r.: :' also .large glass in washstand ..t { :
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Fkr ,,: -'It ', ,-, > > Ili. Jas.. McHugh ,
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1Ji'";.y'1b. ,J'.,.!f c1_.':: I FinetClothes. .. ': ,:: ,,,J...-Mi= :.ANDREWS. : 'i'4.+. iij: $5 cash,- :balance $1 J per i', 'rWx. A Fine Line of

I'-p..- f''if.!f d'jf; <1j
i. : ?: g f .shich has been at' work in th I''."' I L T" '... iiiii'it.:. .
f ':-"' northern part' of the :1".1 11.III:
liI county, willihortly ; ";:.t
< .he .transferred to District I".. .. r rWYrwf r"RxmRe
New and tup-to-date, tIne: oi Spring No,. 3. Mr Andrews is just '
.I r and Summer Suitings and Trouser In circulating a petition.now for engaged r xraucE4Wf This Handsome PieceSuit ;W wW 4
t" rWY No 21
t tt'I I fags rural free --dtelivery through his neigh i x. W{ J 78 Ii
Suits from' $17.50 to J50.001: borhood
= and as soon as.the petition I ryit w ,
+; Jr Trousers from 5.00 to .$15.00 Is complete it will be forwarded to -
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I h k- Join our Gentlemen's Suit/ Clu rs. the post office department..' I"M: II JUST RECEIVEDNew
i': ;'h"''l}:t Costs only $1.50 per month for press Mitch Jaeoby IrW W,Y '' ArM + '
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a Candidate; f ,
t; } fag and small] repairs.Dyeing 1s: := f
Mitch Jacoby, II. Tennis goods.
, the well known '"
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and Cleaning of I I
men's .
; anarumen's
liquor .I" ,
< .ftf.: learler. U.a candidate for the .a-rJ Rackets-$1,25 $1.50 $2.00 $2.50
t ; 31L:; 1 Give usv'a.Clothes traL a We specialty. legislature. Jfr. Jaeoby served in I.."'n.,,4<:. i.? r'o 'Jj $3.00, $3.50, $4.00, $4.50, $5.00, $5.50.Nets$1.50 .
'. 'f .f;$;. business.JPAWAMA' will appreciate I the legislature ,as a representative' jll.JI"(1, .... 250.
your ".J(
te ;, : ; I from Jackson county four years ag I iWawYii Balis-3 for $1.00.
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'' t.'v !, HATS CLEANED' AND and made a good 'record there. He I I Fine line fresh spring Fishing
"t'n };r ':J.:I\\;, .. I BLOCKED. came to Pensacola two 'years ago, j;!( 'i!' g--1 H .JI Tackle; new and Of best quality.

J' BEESErMENDEL} TAILORING CO.Phonp675. .. sinc. which time .he has thoroughly ""Itf ._ t One thousand new Edison Records
; T1 N. Palafox St.:* vientifled: himself. with, the I E 1 f y in.
f,. k __ city and Just Come quick before they an
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:I.B'lF.fwi __" ..... Ji.l'I: J. E.: Long in the Race. I I"!" i I I 1 ,.xra.........!. Out of town orders promptly filled
J. E. '
Long who hasrecently be I ...' !it -
k tl 1 come so well known in :'::0:11..:
connection .4<. abi I 4 ,

mim n' PANAMAS' is ter with,a announces candidate the street this for superintendent representative morning: that mat'ho in : : "'!! ;4s ;. 4rww' m.1 I J': F.I: B. BRUCE

-r the (egislafrjre.) Mr. Long's prominence f 7 J :!

in politics 'began with the W i l w ,.w ,1 W f1Jci
(Bliss: campaign for mayor, and h-3 i

: :, Oui. Panama Hat route Is credited: with having managed the .-. ,mRl' PRE SS --
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campaign which woa Mr Bliss the .. ,,,
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'I\ ; is.nova' primary nomination He Js a young .- BUT/TON
oPen Many
men i
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man has many frlentes, and is energetic ;:; it::. ."' '
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! Iii nsi.derthe Panama the enough ..to make i. lively fignt ''"" r ,... .4'--fI' ...try '
for ttiej position to which he as t'J'till.'t..1 '
.f l ,and only summer pires." .:i. ,' ; I IW
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f. ,1< I'Id Bill"| Shelby Announces. 1! -.
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,11! W. A. Shelby of 'Buelah, announces t : I M
Jit that he will be a candidate for Coun W\ R 1 I .:!Ii i
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They're too.
\t 4 if. right ty Commissioner against J. M. An d 1 ,'I. "
;. drews from District No. 3.. "Uncle ,J f i i MRpr. ,JITh II
t\it'f\l 'We've Panamas Bill," as he is-; ''e'i iiiJt R.
at' ; familiarly .known f 1 : .fTR. ."'r ,
his frie-nds.
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served tha county x+arr I wxrwY
; very acceptably for aeveral ''t Wr//: t
$3.50 $4.50, $5.00 and I terms I xwacxarWY v
and his last term he built the hard ,Rare}:. ., 11..11..1 I "
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1It, city. for nearly 12' miles,, 11;:(iI .' -=--.'"_..__- ,......!i-'i... _
; every one'of them and W. P. Brownson from 'No. 4. 1:0::: = TbeSunplat Hiadiert lad-Soiwt-Safot gc*
) only Perfect
The friends of W. P. Brownson, of I; SJfJliiog Pea. No glaM filler
+ styles that.are' approved candidate District No.4 for announce him as a Handsomely carved, trimmed in roe moulding, with 30x36 'Ii -or BO slaking Ink to. if!13: -no dogging

J: ,! j by the best judges and from the district County now Commissioner represented g! : glass in; dresser, also large glass in washstand. the greatest bargain ia You the limpfy picture prey)and the the button pea fill(II
't; }: j'j by Commissioner Wiggins. Mr. if. 1D I yb.l"
r ; { the best dressers. Brownson U manager of ,the McMil 1 rWY I,, ever offered in the city. This handsome ,suit worth $100 will sell Write the IniUnt it
lan Brick Co., at Pine Barren and is :I i tooclie the paper
f 1 ,If itrsa Panama you're well known in this city and throughout for one day at $73.50only $5 cash and $2 week. Come andexamine { 1
the '
county, being son-in-law of per Eagle$50Flash
r {J' after; be sure to come former Commissioner ,Frankdohnse 'hUll

i !1L& here before you buy it. years who represented ago, fJo. 4,'up until twq 1 i.. .E these goods is all we, ask. For you to appreciate the above ''I..x wrJ J 1-

1 1m values"' you will have to see them. r No.ts vita 14 karat solid gold
Other Straw'Ha 50c
s "GenerallYdeb'1itated .. tW, pea point-finest vulcanized
foryears. Had .4<" c
<:1f: sick rYrw'I' ..tJ..1 robber and rally guaranteed.
headaches
tJ lacked ambition,.
was ..
tt6 to $3.00. ""'.f ryrW l Eagle 11. ) "N.25
.t\i'U'- worn-out and alU run.de>wn. Burdock "' I. with cold bands.iSO
Blood Bitters made me a well woman. We also Eagle "FluV No. 26 "
." < have j received a large shipment of larce size S3.00
t' < .- Conn.-Mrs. Chas,, Freitory, Moosup, .1: GO-CARTS, the with g old D&JIGI,$4.00
; ;i 1 kI' most' up-to-date SoU br StaiooentadOlberStoret
<1'f(."" ti line ever In this city.RhodesfetchCollins

CREW Neither NOTICE.the : JoJ'-: -___ doeat Aik TOUR sell DEALER.yon the Eagle If be
"H captain own
1Fa! 0 ANSON 'nor, "FLASH"Foaauia Pens then
ers consignees of the
a Br.- I send. the Mail rice direct &0iii. _
} : 8s Chelfora will be responsible Lich. pea usolotelinteed. y pu 1

',, ; CASH CLOTHIER tracted by the crew of for said debts vessel con- 26; and 28 f .Eagle Pencil Co. iT

:"' ,H H. WOOD, Furniture Uinufacturen3V
Corner Paftfollnd
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It was a rare privilege which few] the lessees or,rather' the sublessees, large ,structure 100x30 feet, well light.I I where they are at work. I desired to men used them e dept in the sum- fruits, sweetmeats or any of these laid on the bare back of a convict,

newspaper men I ween ever enjoy, convicts, employed ,at 'Ws'camp., and I Ed and ventilated. It contains two i be present when they ate breakfast mer time. I noticed,. only one man little comforts and delicacies which,i of inflicting pretty severe punishment.

that fell to my lot last week when I who are working them, pay $325 per! sanitary flush closets, water for whichis I I and therefore got up at 4 o'clock and with a night gown on during my visit. the convict commissary fare does not I was informed however, that the

spent a day and night at one of Flori year for each min'and clothe, ,feed and! received from an elevated tank on was at the prison house when the! At day light, or as soon as it is contemplate 75 cents comes in mighty' strap is only used in cases of extreme
famous convict camps. In ex shelter him in addition. The lessees the outside which Is itself
da's suppliedby call sounded at 4:30.: The men'immediately -' light enough' to enable ,a guard to handy to him. perverseness; on the part of a convict

;planation I may say that I did not go proper I believe pay the state J207.70 a gasoline engine pump, and the rolled out, washed, and marched see down his gun(barrel, the convicts The captain of the guard at this: and the punishment is never so hardas
convict but as the guest for each convict, so that on'the men water is carried away in an underground .
tSere as a into the dining room. Their''break.i leave for their work in the woods. camp is a young man from Georgia, to :break the skin.
Jlanaser Hal Forbes and Secretary worked, a profit of the difference, or sewer which empties into a consisted of coffee with milk and
cf i fast; : They left at 5:10 o'clock the morningI Mr. S. W. Lon'? whose interest in the Personally, the idea of whipping &

,,1', W. Dawkins of the Star Turpentine $117.30 is realized by the first less ravine several hundred''yards from r sugar corn bread, hot biscuit pork, was there and they return before comfort of the unfortunate beings convict is utterly repugnant to me,

Ounpany who are now operating sees from the sub-lessees.: the building. grits and fcyrup. There seemed to be dark; having an hour and a half off: committed to his charge ought to be:I but it is a part of the convict leaser

iwhat was formerly known as the Yarn While the profit to the state constitutes Opening' out from this building' is a a plentiful quantity of each and the i,I for dinner. The present force of 35 an example to convict overseers every- i system and as long as that system

rBros. &; Co.'s naval stores camp 12 the chief element ,of interest to wash room, about 10x14 feet, supplied men ate heartily. Their dinner pails i i:j convicts is divided up into five squads, where. He impressed me as a man prevails there will probably be no
west of Pensacola.I those who think of the with water from the tank and there filled with the kind of
;riles only dollars and were same I j with a guard over, each; squad and two who is anything but what the imagination abolition of the practice. Others wit1t-t

had heard so much about convict cents feature of our penal system the the men wash every day and are com food and each man selected what he,j. over some which contain convicts who paints as the professional "con whom I talked told me that it hurl

camps in general and about this one manner; in which!, the convicts are ,pelled to bathe all over at least once wanted and as much of it as he wanted. -'I are likely to want to get away.A vict driver" and if any cruel treat- Captain Long worse to put the

camp in particular that when the invitation treated is, after' all, the more important each week. The diet is varied, I was informed peculiar custom now prevails at ment is visited upon the convicts ,this on a convict's back than it did&traj

. to visit it came, it was glad- question and it was that question On the opposite side of the buildinga cabbage, greens, peas, potatoes, this camp which probably has no hands I am greatly mistaken in man who got the whipping.:

jy accepted.The which interested' me chiefly, on this door opens into a long dining room and other garden products. toeing serv- counterpart anywhere in the state. my estimate of human nature.I ing the case, the convicts this camp

Star Turpentine Company has occasion. 20x&2 feet, including the portion used ed during the week, fresh meat being Each squad of men has a certain week asked Captain Long about thewhlp.plng will regard themselves particularly' ;?{

.under lease, for turpentine and tim- Regardless of, what may have been for a kitchen. The dIning rcom was furnished once each week.A ly task to perform-so many boxes to feature of his position. The fortunate in having a man like Capt.
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;per privileges a tract of about 10,000 the previous reputation of this partic- will scrupulously clean! and the kitchen, I : daily record of the kind and I work-and that task is presumed to board of supervisors, under Commis- Long to do the corpora punishment,

acres and that tract is being worked: ular camp-and I am free to admit venture, was cleaner than could amount of food food furnished to the I occupy a week of six flays. By hurry- sioner McLIn: of Tallahassee provide act when the latter is required. '

(this year for about 23 crops of 'boxes. that I myself did not regard it very be found in any hotel in Pensacolaand convicts is required; 'and once each] ing, however: the work may be done that only one man-the overseer or After supper the "mea behind th.f

i,1A crop, ft may be explained, is 10,500 highly-the provisions, there now for as clean as the kitchen of any month a record for the month must' in five days and where it ,is, the con- captain of the guard-at each camp bars" spent a couple hours in singing

boxes, which, is about the numiber that the care and comfort of the inmates private home could ,we'll be. Thedin-I: be made up and filed with the state I victs are allowed Saturday for them shall have authority to whip a prisoner clog dancing, and amusements,

one man t IB capable; of "streaking" or were a revelation to me* ing and room Dawkins and tell kitchen me, are Messrs.swept thoroughly superviser of convicts' at Tallahassee.The .'! selves. If they want to rest on that and this'board also selects the whip and then went to 'be I' asked them.,

lacking" during one season. Theyare The most of the buildings have ; every day and are scrubbed men sleep in the prison proper day they can do so, and if they want and has power to discharge the cap if they had any is to maica{

' therefore working this year about been erected during the past six I whenever they require: it. I mentioned above and this is equipped to work the company pays each of tain when there is any reason to believe and they answered ty |) chorus, "aa.

211,500 boxes, and they estimate that months' and in number, and 'arrangement The food seemed *to be both ample with iron 1J:>bedsteads one ,for each man,i!i them 75 cents for the day. that he is abusing his authority. Bah!" "Do they trea 'You all right l

there are ,tour years work 'before the they seem :'to be complete in and substantial The men eat 'breakfast :- excelsior mattresses,* clean woolen The question may occur as to what Captain Long told me that there had here?" I questioned. *Dey aho do,"

value of the timber for turpentine will every detail. and supper at the quarters but, ''blankets, pillows with clean pillow( use a convict has for money but been only one whipping in the past boss," eame the unanimous reply, and,
exhausted.At The I cases, and clean cotton sheets. Nightgowns where a colored Inmate of a convict 30 days and that was a mild one. The from what I saw and heard, I have no,
be prison in which '
building proper on work days they carry their diner: are also furnished every man camp happens to have a liking for strap used is about four feet long and doubt that the convicts at the Stat
present there are about 35 state the men are confined at night is a with them and eat it in the woods i i but I was informed that few of the cigars perfumery extra fine shoes, three inches wide and is capable,wnen Turpentine Co.'s camp told the trut1l.i

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Some of the tEorld'e Great Sources of electrical, energy ; .





Recent progress In : the Developme"nt of the force



O harness the water- army of curiously built steel towers and permit the passage of the steel penstocks -!i is not diverted necessarily from its orIginal the system for gathering water in the a cambric needle a* the Comstock mines tional wealth should be withheld from
falls, transmute their wooden frames, all designed to trans- that carry the water down 'toi. appearance and apparent: vol- Sierra Nevada range. The company now under a head of 2,000 feet went througha private speculation. Italy is rich in
power to electric ener- mit electric force from a power house on the wheels at the station. A head of Line of the overpour.remams the same.A supplies a very large district, many two inch plank like' a bullet. When waterfalls of great volume, and they
gy and transport this the Canadian side of the Niagara river about 175 feet: i* obtained. certain' amoant of th. water is con- street railways, newspaper presses and the dynamosare Idle the unused wateris were at the disposal of the government
to turn the machinery directly through the state'of New York. Perched on the top of a bluff to the ducted into artificial channels, and then factories of every description being run shot out into space above them. A log The Italian state did not hesitate on
This transmission line is a wonderful rear of Victoria park, at,least 255 feet to steel penstocks, or/'tu.bes. through by the electric current produced in the :Mown into the escaping stream wouldbe account of sentimental reasons. It
of Is old '
man now an work When' -ft is 'completed it will above the power house, situated the which it crops to the'turbines below. mountains. This,immense work is accomplished ,shattered into bits and a rock as seemed a pity tto sacrifice the beautiful
story. But the extentto surpass in magnitude x>f developmentmost distributing station. Here great trans- This need not be dons-ir the immediate with l less than 50,000 !,orse- large as an athlete could lift would be cascade of TI'VaH, and the whole world
which the"work Is of the electric schemes yet devised I formers will be installed to raise the ,-iclnitYof; the fall itself;and in the,case powe:;: The ('ompanbas; been so successful hurled across the canyon like a shell cried,out\againaa: It,,but the government
being carried and the br -the hand of man. There' Js current to a voltage sufficient,,for its of the recent operations at Niagara'.the financially that it is now replacing from a gun. decided that It was necessary to give
wondczfal: devices it employs are new nothing that'wlll compare with its tine transmission to' another station,that Is I canal carries the watei.needed to th* all 'of Its old wooden flumes The sensitiveness of a,great electric the proper impetus to the revival of the
enough to challenge attention. That of towers and great stretches of white I being built near Lockport, N. Y. The edge of the gorge, some distance below: with others ,Incre substantial and' is plant is.marvelous. When a street car national' industries, and ft became an
tms process: may destroy the loveliness cables.,'Heretofore the California transmission building miles e r new ones. The actual stops or starts house -1S2 niles early'n tnn to the firm determination
of some tt the earth's most famous fallsis lines have carried off the palm area of the watersheds drained by the from the power the electric gov- ef the authorities to put Italy on a
possttto.' Even Niagara has been. for length, but this new Niagara' line; flumes ef this one company covers 552 ernors respond instantly to the addedor sound industrial basis.
threatened. Against the power companies the present destination of which is Sy- CONNECTING BASIN square miles: released burden of the dynamos. 1'he"big works at Vlzzola furnish an
*vdte ale wreaking this havoc has. racuse N. Y.. 157 miles eastward from s/ ON THE TlClNO There is no difficulty in securing Everything is so accurately adjusted example of what has been accomplishedby
rone nj. a storm of protest. Thus Is, the great falls, will surpass the longestof abundant power in this mountain re- that the turbine wheels receive only the the Italian government. The waters
being toq'bt'0Y'eI' the old battle between these Pacific coast carriers.. gion. The force of the waferrushing exact amount of water required by the of the Ticino are converted into power
the utilitarian and the lever of The, power station which is to sup- 7, through the penstocks is' such, at the I present needs of the system. The slightest ;\i near Somma, in Lombard, and from
nature. In the case of Niagara It is ply the current for this mighty projectis power houses that it "eats" through diminution of the demand for power this point electrical energy Is trans-
a characterless structure mitted to several huge
looking tfigE spinning mills
of .
probable that some ground compromise t
built of concrete low, but rather,mas- Ten groups of maybe: found between beauty and
sive. To make for it urbtoes directly coupled are operated
lodging place
tat, but other celebrated waterfalls ._... r U. iO, J -i1 i II I Y AIii' i liD the central building at Vj la.lOne .
notably the lovely cascade at Tivoli .
i of the greatest future sources cf
Italy, are already ruined.
electrical will be furnished
energy
All over the earth hydro electric power I by
houses are being established.! Even 1
: is conservatively estimated
is the-heart of Africa a tumbling cataract -I ?
/y JJuoi 'jtJ ggf VL
TOWERS at 45,000,809. The fall is nearly twice
is goon to be changed into motor I OFnm
as.lofty as that at Niagara. The largest -
NIAGARATRANSMISSION
force. The Italian government has .
: turbine in existence at the present
taken this workout of private hands
time is at the Sh&wenegan power :station -
Just as it bas taken the railways, and LINE
*In Canada. Its weight is five tons
taelt is transforming the.waters flowing -
and the Intake>ig ten feet in diameter.The .
from the Alps and,Apennines into
IIJ amount of water passing through
measured ampere and volt. All Europe d Ijlll I I '
per minute is 400,000 gallons The
to beta; furnished power from the building of the new dam across the
streams and mountain cascades. Soon Eifel valley, in the Aix la ChapeUa Industrial -
eravtty will turning tile dynamos of
district will add to
greatly the
tt. world.
prosperity of tho famous region. The
Nowhere Is this work bringing forth lake created by this.new triumph of engineering -
tore marvelous results than in the
tI\\\ will furnish sufficient water
tatted States. The power houses al- power to generate eleatrical force foi
"ady completed or under process of all
that part of tbe German empire.
construction at Niagara, it is estimated, 'i 1: ., PAVID B. SPERRY.
will in time turn out 1,000,000 horse- .1 )
power. This would run all the streetcars r

the surface elevated and subway in p /i i .Q JAriry.r ; AzlLQfJs TAMED BY LAVENDER.
entire country. True much of this Cat stealers are inrarteUy well pr
power is being utilized in Canada but vided with tincture of valerian whlcl
commercially and industrially the Do- I/7/ : is made from the vateriana oScinalis
minion and the republic are not so far a plant common to BnglUh hedgerows.
part, even if they are divided by a po- All cats delight Infcalerian, arch homi
lItkalline.
-- loving as a cat is by nature, yet any
In many other of the western states, tabby, well provided with this scent,
and |'n xt in all parts of the country ,\,... will forget its home and remain content
I1mt1a.r power houses are in existence or among strange surroundings.
are being constructed. The energy Catnip a kind of mint, has gained Us
locked up in the streams of America iscalculable. name from the inU4ia delight which
Much of it can be trans- pussy takes in it. When a cat finds a
termed Into electric force. Let those bed of catnip she -sfli lie down and roll
Vho have been worrying about a possi- in it in a sheer excess of joy.
file exhaustion of the coal supply turn Ttrn3lrtSS; Arlo ,. E ,. d' '.,, '. All the cat tribe seem (io, nave a
a
It! the p DYllf1M05"A? r
streams and be comforted. And strange fartiatrty certain s enta. A
how much cleaner and more quiet is troubtenma lion in fir Kagenbeck:
this' electric power than that generated .cotJectlczi i? perfectly content whenpresented
by coal and steam! It takes no great YF11 witfua hajiokerchief soaked in
':retch of the imagination to picture 1 lavender water Its master can then
.
.
Blent white and beautiful cities of the enter Its catp in perfect safety. It
4tture, whose motor force light and sniffs and tritestfe,.l handkerchief purr-
hit ,will be furnished by distant casadea leg all the tlma
la the form of hydro electric While lavender! or similar spirituous

energy ,scents will drive a dog frantic yet the
Science in Its highest form becomes r.- canine race have their own preferencein
I'QlI1ance. The great savants are poets ------ INF.W LA A't'mt_. ;j the way of scent, and this dog stealers -
r0 write their epics of power and p iRM ;lY- i know welL Oil of aniseed possesses :
of light M over the cities of the 'the debris elope .of ''the 'famous old transmission line of the Ontario Power an irresistible fascination for all
earth. Modern Inventions appeal more i Niagara cliff was removed almost to the I I company extends down the river four dogs, and by rubbing some of it upon
"the( Imagination of man than did the very pot where the Horseshoe makes miles. At that point the aluminium throws the superfluous water Into the his clothes a professional dog eteaief
old myths: and tales of warrior heroes I its plunge. The building is so close to I cables drop from the towers to canti tail races. When the full power of the will entice almost any dog to follow
and human the bathed continually lever at the bank dynamos is wanted not a drop of \v ter
falls
gods. In the scientific won- that Us exterior: Is arms edge of the high him.
de rs of today the artistic and utilitarian in the spray from' the water and from these projecting arms the escapes until it passes through th turbines
meet. Yet "we are but babes in PrOg- cables continue to drop down the face e" to fan gently out of the way,
res. fall.At ,LARSBST TURKS* shorn of an of its force. In the.summer, LUCK IN NUMBERS.
We of of the'cliff to steel
the the'water's
are only on the edge of the present time| the installation towers near -
'Onder, ( world that science is still to the power house consists p{ three unitsof edge. Similar towers rise on the y Ixtxsw0ytL0the when the storage reservoirs get low the Numbers are male and female. The
-- -- through toe turbines number one is male two is female.
"scover. each unit New York side. water which passes I
Thus the beauties rf the cas- 10,000 horsepower' and one From tower top ,f>
cades! Will contemplated tower top the feet It is taken back by the electric Three Is universally allowed to be a
only be lost that they may of 12,500 horsepower The span is over 600 ,
be born again & more marvelous and installation! for this section! ,of the power is thus that the strong aluminium sables fal's. The buildings necessary steel and iron plates planking and even pumps into the main storage reservoir.i I sacred and !lucky comber. In all affairs *
Baling form8.; house is 60.000 horsepower. :When cross the Niagara.It have in most instances been made as I solid masonry in aa incredibly short whence it came. I I of Importance sIX is to be avoid
nothing ever accomplished in the history this installation has been made' two is especially worthy of record that inconspicuous: as possible and have been time. This wakes it necessary for the While America has been pre-eminent,ad. The number seven is an excellentone
of electrical development is more more sections of 60,000 horsepower each ,an effort has been made by the promo located In places remote from the pub company to keep on hand_at all times a in the utilitarian exploitation of electricity possessed of many virtues. The
interesting 1 tote American public than are to be erected. This wUl'provide a ters of this great enterprise to inter lic obi: rvation. Some perilous feats. large supply_of cast Iron plates to renew other nations have not been seventh son is certain to make his way
the supply scheme which has the great total energy of 180,000horsepower.. fere as little as possible with the scenic have been performed by workmen in the i those Beaten"through.. The wa- backward. Among European, competitors in the world and the seventh son of a
nral force of Niagara as its power This power home gets Us water'supply value of the region. In many cases the effort: of placing material in spots i ter leaves the nozzle at a velocity of in the electric advance Italy stands seventh son Is sure to be an Infallible r
tenter: On. the western border of the through a steel flume wlCcfc. has an In-I: conversion of a part of the flow'of'water hers it will be invisible to the casual, 17,5u0feet per minute ,and travels at foremost. During the past few years doctor. Ten Is a sacred number. All
mate of New York an army is being as- side diameter of eighteen feet. ;lt is over :. fall has be effected without sightseer. I the rate of three miles per minute in Italian industries have taken a tremendous -i odd numbers are rocky except the munI -
Ambled In line and it has already be- most a mile in length.. The site of the I I diminishing perceptibly tha original In the Pacific states'several gigantic Us sheer descent of 1,000; feet. Furtherto forward leap on account of 1 I her thirteen. AU kinds of remedial
its march toward New York city development is just beneath historic.I natural appearance of the cascade. In enterprises for the conversion of waterpower Illustrate the mighty power of' this water power conversion. The govern- should be taken an odd number o/
that most reliable of all the world's Table rock, and, at that; point the tuffjlias I tapping a natural waterfall for the puc-: t't'I have been carried to success. water supply may be stated the fact ment itself is at the head of the,!scheme : times the best being three seven aa|

In'! eta for the sale of power.- -It-is an j[ ,' .been. -' ,-pierced by..;,,---'T":,several' -tunnel- -,.- tol-l I poj>* cf energy- production the fall Itself Ope cf The.-most-- noteworthy- ---of-these--:--is"-that"a' "'leak! Al rio*1-larger' i -? .,in,_.dtameter than_-having_._,decided- that-this- .'-source of.na:--,I-nin4.- --.,

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r c) WOE-TEN THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 15, 1906. -- _.-' T. ..... .

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1"K aaaiae aaa a e as ordinary man- would walk when -
aaeaaaaa2aaaa aaaa
eaa aaa going up Palafox street, l1 Every woman covets t

$ } Divers Are 'Careful. M aii'apta1, shapely, pretty figure, and
? 'f That the divers appreciate th* many of them deplore the
ctanerous character of their work is loss of their girlish
OF forms
I. A SOLID CAR LOAD 1'I'I'It. attested by the careful examination p 'arter.n arri ge. The ber
; : M"i i of every detail of the apparatus by ring
of childreriisoftendestruct:
the diver" before he donned the suit W ome' .u

.. .- ''l1e! air pump was tested, and as to the mother's shapeline,
"t"> 'sfcil iNN each section of the hose was screwed All of this can be avoided,

,.>.<. *. I A1 on to the proceeding one the however, by the use of Mother's Friend before baby comes, as this
1i I)" .N diver held the -op. ti end while the great liniment'always prepares the body for the strain upon it.
and
WATER
L.#.* llITE STONE LITHIA pumps 'brought the pressure up to the of her form. Mother's Friend
'. 70 or 80 pounds to the square inch. preserves symmetry overcomes all the
| % 11m I While the hose was held b? one danger of childbirth, and carries the expectant mother safely through!
U1: diver another went over it carefullyto this critical period without pain. It is woman's greatest blessing.

i. :;;:, see if a leak could b3 detected.. Thousands gratefully tell of the benefit and relief derived from douse
; When the examination of the "pump

'J'4&.J AND GINGER ALE : ((0CU and completed hose the had hose bean was. satisfactorily attached to remedy.of this Sold wonderful by all

the helmet and the latter tested .druggists at $I.oo per Mother's
thoroughly. The valves w.?re "gone bottle. Our littlebook
1 fdLJ over and the Brings therein changed}
"'., about
Co telling all
... fln several' times before the djver was
.f" '.;*oi. free.
will be sent
this liniment
,
( '. m satisfied that all was In good work
'fa: ing order, and before the descentwas t'PII1d
iv' ,? ? f made the helmet was adjusted Tha Bradfield Regslatfir Ca., Aflutt, Gt I

forward five This shows the demand add the air pressure tried afterwards .
,::i'A' j. To come within days. increasing -- being' taken off and.! .adjusted. : =
.* ru again.. .

&' .' : *.;.y j;r) 8.U that this greatest of all waters is meeting with in Pensacola. ; A. Hazardous Life, i mac, ,.OUR+e a, Dbq,

. ;;.. lit The life of a deep ssa fiver Is W N a W
. .d':t..f'.. 0/'* ":' ,' UI hazardous in the extreme and those
( who follow the dangerous occupation Is Your Kitchen Plumbing Modern? ,
V.y: Lightness, Purity and Valuable Medicinal Qualities These gave White ''. m are compelled ,to forgo many of the S RP1+5y yJG !tRvp

:: .pleasures of life, For instance, a While it is commendable to give the utmost

;*'j4 A.i!S tf. ''?rt: ,{ Stone the Gold Medal at St. Louis Worlds' Fair. Highest award over .:y work diver, takes allowing no himself food before only a going cup to of attention to the'construction of your Bathroom, u

; ;. .... rom $coffee ia the morning, which must it is advisable to give as equally good attention to the sanitary '
} '\ satisfy Urn until he, has finishedwith equipment of kitchen. 'J
your r
his days work. Intemperance
fki:: f8 JJ8 competitors. ; '- is fatal, and the use of tobacco I,' Take into consideration the fact that all your food is prepared in
must ba extremely limited. This is' '
especially: true of divers working in, the kitchen and that\ $ the utensils in which it is prepared depend
upon
""" '_ Ask any physician in your city They are recommending White Stone depths of from. 100 to 200 feet. A I I the unitary
mail who goes 200 feet under water, I L I
'V '>WA wilt not live to tell of the experienceif I 1! V equipment of

hM Stomach Disorders and all Kidney and Bladder Troubles They dissipation.. he has indulged in\! the slightest the kitchen I!

With anything like good luck the I I l for, their i

?f :.-l: ; G.i have investigated and Know its virtues. It cures Indigestion quicker'm Fensacola divers connected spongers with will the make fleet from of I r f de.nUness.I

1,. >!.. ,. .i IU $too to $500 per month in addition I Is this fact '
:' '; J .&J J to" their living, working on shares. I alone not suf.
L' 2:.. than any other known remedy. .' :\ .. ; .: $ Palf of the profits of the batch goest

' : ..! {. ,the 'lvers, the balance being distributed ficienttowarrant I
mN .:t to the of the vessels
owners
rt'j.% 1- A.L the installation -
.,.,\ ...., '?':'o'AI .",::. I:" 4 captains and crews in accordance
of
.." ;"". ; I wjth previous agreement a
I
t';. :;, .,;: fu Are Experienced-Men. t tboroughlyunitary J

t. : Hi tAll of the divers employed by the kitchen .
l
Pensacola. fleet are experienced- men
1 R JB who lives have been anent at the l 11 1 sick i

F :,: m.N. GOLDRINGl : (0 business In the Mediterranean' but '1.,1, '!rl l. ;, We would
: who were forced to leave that sec t
k> ....fi ,. Nf tion of the world on account of the like to exambe -
: m
scarcity of sponges and, seek a place i the plumbing in your kitchen and if ?t is defective, tell you' the
where a better living was possible. !
f 1 m WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALER' Another thing that caused many of I cost of putting in a *5aft4" Porcelain Enameled Sink with an
j them to leave the old
country was
0 abundant supply of hot and cold running water. This done, I It
the fact that it was necessary to go
;1. '. r t.,. ..;, ro DISTRIBUTER to to great depths in order to secure t cleanliness will be assured. I

t .'; '\:: ro NJ sponges great. ,It which is said made that the hundreds risk too of I I ,.! :' Our booklet, "Modern Home Plumbing," shows several

""- Mediterranean divers perish annually kitchens equipped with "jjftaadamT Sinks. Call, write or phonefor

:J :.:! 1 aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaBgaaaaaaassaasaaaaeaaassaasaaaaeaa. --=-- ., --.. out and of one fifteen instance divers. )is related who accom where, a copy. Every ".$taadawT Sink is fully guaranteed.
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J' .' ., panied an expedition to the sponging I .
( L-k; ------ .-
"? '- *I'i": grounds, but three returned alive.
directly againsfT.be head. On'the All of the men on the 'Pasacoli! L WICKE & CO.
if.\i" I E1IJJTEEP right side of the helmet was an es fleet were In the best of spirits and
SEA DIVER Cps valve, through which tb.3-foul anticipated great success at their:!

.l li. : air escaped which was regulatedwith chosen profession when they arrivedat :- "'
; : a spring thus maintaining an the sponging grounds off the west
>!.l rvT, i0' equal pre.ssure'1ns1de the suit at all coast of the Florida peninsula.

1' times. ... --I-_ ---- -------

t: .. .;k;b1: Delicate Apparatus Used by SubMarine Workers Coo $ Life S Linpand; Weights- 'A Thousand Dollars Worth of Good."I i iHIH **#"" < .'

t A life line, by means of "wiiich the have been afflicted with kidney r"= :
r!. ,: I netted With Pensacola's Fleet of Spongers, Which Will diver signalled |Ito the boat containing and bladder trouble for years, passing WATCHES, JEWELRY, '

1g g the air pump, and.which:, was gravel or stones with excruciatingpain i *
.: I : -::*> c Operate in Vicinity of. Tarpon Springs. -4Ar'f" also used to draw the diver up, was ," says A. H. Thurnes, a well CLOCKS. PRECIOUS STONES, BRONZE

'!'.(......)'.. ; ,fastened around: >the waist and, then known coal operator of Buffalo, 0. "I = STERLING SILVERWARE, j
i, ,'! ".'" ,.. }1)l' -, brought up in :front of him and tied got no relief from medicine until I b-:)
.
f ; a (+: : By Ben H. Thomas water. It is contained in an oak box suit impervious' to water. Across the In a position wfe4at would be easily gan taking Foley's Kidney Cure, then ART POTTERY, OPTICAL GOODS, I

ft -I". :,. ? Several days previous to the sailIng I f about three feet square and four feet shoulders, and reaching clear assessable in case'of naed, and theair the result was surprising. A few CUT GLASSWARE.
hose was tied under his. arm
ir'. high and consists of a triple cylinderair around, is a doses started the brick-dust-like sub-
." 1- .; : of the first of tha sponging fleet, copper plate, rivit3oi to where he could reach it if i
J", ...,f-t 'Which outfitted at this port, for the pump, so arranged that one of the suit, upon which are set screws necessaryto stance and now I have no pain across
f'i<" ." i.. sponge fishing grounds In the vicinity the pistons is always exerting direct for the purpose of fastening on the prevent it from becoming. caught. my kidneys and I feel like a new man.
while
he was at' work.
t.( :;;.: of Tarpon Springs, on the sub- pressure upon the air that is being collar, which is also of copper, the Immense lead fast It has done me $1000 worth of good." Engraving and Fine Stationery. !
t forced into the rubber' tube by which / weights were Foley's Kidney Cure will cure : .
.'}> lf.f !PEninsula a regatta was held participated joints being kept tight by means ofa ened about the waist every
.1'. 'Jjfj'.!! in by seven vessels, for the the diver is supplied. The mechanism rubber washer. After the diver and his feet of the diver, form of kidney or bladder disease. W.
: ,:J; ( purpose of demonstrating their respective -i j I is as delicate as the finest watch gets into the suit' going in feet first upon leather shoes with were thick strappedheavy bras D'Alemberte, druggist and apothe !
tt ;;' ':# merits which was followedt and is operated by a double crank from the top, the collar I 10 affixed soles, the waist weights being affixed< cary. Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention.
test of the turned ;by the divers assistants. On This collar is in one piece
f 'tt5 fcy a deep sea diving apparatus and slips. just before the hornet was fastened
i i t with which the vessels aTet1 the outside of the box Is an air over the head. At the upper part, ORDER YOUR' ICE CREAM FROM :
on and after the diver had descend.
: '- .:j equipped, the latter taking place in pressure gauge which indicates the on the sides of the opening through BOSSO'S ICE, CREAM FACTORY,
i ed a ladder hanging over the side of
t1 l x about 60 feet of water in the bay off pressure, of air within the diving which the head is trust are a seriesof the vessel until he was about half PHONE 1326. $1.25 PER GALLON, 1; G. Zadek Jewelry Co. \
F
f' suit of the man working beneath the .
: t Town Point, the diver being George screws by means of which the helmet submerged. 75c PER HALF GALLON. 3tf
,. h: Sistlcld, an expert MediterraneanYt water, which pressure is regulatedby is fastened to it. .... MOBILE ALA. *
.t .
,
the depth at which he is working. Went In Backwards.
: t- divar, who but recently arrived here I
4r-4:I. [.' from Greece, where he had followed In case of the air supply is too greator Copper Helmet. I When all was in readiness the helmet ARTIFICIAL EYES. Si':*##$- $$# i&i **i 3*# ii -1'iiU

t >it the profession of sponge diver for too little the diver signals by The helmet morn upon this occasion was'affixed, the pumps were n. First One. Made Were Won ... .. .
t 4 means of the life line attached to was of heavy burnished copper started slowly and the diver let a r ---- --
yi 4..t\.1.r{ ecmething over fifteen years. The go I Outride the Socket.
F 1"-1 test of the divjpg aparatus was particularly his waist and the pumpers increaseor fitted with thraa "windows," protected falling into the water backwards and
;1.J: : interesting,* .$J>eda.11Y' to decrease their speed! as may be by heavy rods, through which I njmttet immediately! disappearing!: ; As I early as 500 B. C. artificial eyes
t-i.l: one. not familiar with the methods of: nocessary, the diver could' look in all directions.The from sight. His course, as he, walked were made-by the priests of Rome and '
;
: J.mJ 1 the deep sea workers.} Diving Apparatus.The I helmet was put in place with a along the bottom could be traced Egypt who<|joactlcedas: physicians and
\,"f' .''gts The Air half turn, being firmly held by the by the constant stream of bubbles/ sUri ons, Their methods of eye making ,4
d.,' ,'if. Pump. diving apparatus consists of A set screws on the collar. At the that came to the surface, caused by are thus described: On a strip of Is a veritable dragon of
'1' *;"':-'b.1'. Onboard the sloop Sta. Nlckola, heavy canvas suit, built upon the rear and on top of the helmet the the vitiated air escaping through the flesh linen two and more physical wrecks than m.heaitJiHER5SNE probably: It leaves other In Its dls
tinted a quarter any one
r 14r !<. -l. the vessel selectedfOR the test, is plan of a union suit, but of course rubber air hose was conected, the valve at the side of the helmet, and case peculiar Americans.
s *); ." a square cockpit2t) which is the rna much larger Between two thick connection being so arranged; that from the same source it was apart by one and a quarter Inches, the flat fi ot the WHY malady? Slmp1 the! because n nth a first! Indication
!. it : chine for supplying air to the man nesses of heavy canvas is a sheet of the the air forced to the worker eat that the diver was walking along side of a piece of earthenware, modeled Quinine,pr that deIWfy IiYitell1 Is usually-calomel ecourge4. with
!:l. ,! 'b.f... :working! beneath the surface of the the finest ruber which makes the would be distributed and not forced the bottom of the bay about as fastre life size and painted to represent Don't; Do It.WIt's Danlf.rous. It isn't at all
:: + .11..,r.rjt't'h. the human eye and eyelids, was cemented necessary either. :! i'el1 grannies

: This linen, coated on the other
side with some adhesive substance: iand
ujr"Wcc& any form of malaria& Ie b
was placed qver the eyehole and pressed partly berb J. Has HI the.virtue or quiche
down. In brief, the artificial eye mote doUomel an liver-DODO.kidney of their and.tomach deadly 81rect&troubba It

was worn outride the socket and, 5Qo per bottle All Dru"ists.Ohu .

SORE LONGS though a clumsy substitute, was prob- ,y ti i

ably appreciated: by the Romans and
'
t \r Egyptians. In the rubs of Pompeii
"' : destroyed la 79 A. D, an eye of this
When your lungs are sore and inflamed from coughing-
1 --;; description was discovered. ALL DE: .\LERS.
r t :- tt : t: .,. Is the time when the germs of PNEUMONIA, PLEURISY Not until the sixteenth century do -
if ,; '. and CONSUMPTION find lodgment and multiply. ,we hear of eyes at all like those of

: .; today-that is, worn Inside the socket

rt kTc A French surgeon, one Ambroise Pare, CATARBH

a Invented three' artificial eyes. One con .
1 ?n brrd fry Foits sisted of an oval plate covered with
'L
I h t soft leather on which an eye was FOUL BREATH
k TTm itj p painted It was attached to the head

);.. l'.wafi'. t l lt5a by been a strong neither steel fcightly band.nor It comfortable.could ha\t (If You Continually Y K'hawk! and Spit and There is a Constant

: "< 1 ': HONLYANDIAR .Tbe second device and the first knownIn Dripping From the Nose Into the Throat, If You Have
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1<''t history to be worn inside the socket
,"' Foul', Sickening Breath, That is Catarrh.
consisted of a hollow globe of gold

"I'" ;; tt?4 stops. the cough, heals and strengthens the lungs. It contains deftly this enameled.Ingenious The gentleman third eye devisedby was a CURED THROUGH THE, BLOOD BY B. B. B.
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) "'<".f, s1' no harsh expectorants that strain and irritate the shell pattern eye, much like that ia Ii your breath fault II Jour voice husky mucus
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\. l .rtom lungs, or: opiates that cause constipation, a condition that rise today, except that it was of gold Is Do year you sneeze noeearoppedDo a great deal you? Do snore you at have night ire- to the s'l 1
!s'i't .r. .rC ;. f i R\ retards recovery from a cold.& FOLEY'S HONEY AND and enamel quent pains in the forehead? Do you have I,bones and 'j
{ f.: paint across the eyes? Are you losing your !strength Jart ,
.h-t m' r TAR is a safe and never failing remedy for all throat and Fare's inventions were followed by tense of smell Ii there dropping in the I way making
rt, & lung troubles. throat?_Are you losing your sense of taste catarrh la all its forms.
\1', eyes of painted porcelains and colored Are you gradually getting deaf Do you hear DEAFNESS I
pearl white which became very pop- buzzing.sounds? Do you t lava ringing In the
.. The Doctors Said Ha Had Consumption Mansions Curse ears? Do you suffer.Ith nausea of the If yon are gradually growing dp&f or MIF! !:'
>>i i. > nlar. They were succeeded by eyes of stomach It there a Oonstutbad: taste In ready deaf or hard of hearing, tr; BUrar;.
} L. M. Ruggles, Reasoner, lows, writes: "The doctors said I bad con glass, which soon took the place of allothers the mouth! Do;you have a backing) cough Blood Balm(B. B. B.). Most forms of d' S .
ij.l .it. sumption ann got no better until I used FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR. Do,"OU cough at night! Do YOI1 take cold ness or partial deafness are causes t bf 1
: It helped me right from the start and stopped the spitting of blood and the and command popular favor to sully 1110,you tan catarrh. tarrb, and In curing catarrh by B B iI....;.
E t"!k !{1' pain in my lungs and today J tam sound and well. this day. but Catarrh it causes ii not only dangerous and in this decay way of, their thousands hearing of completely men and women restored.hAn

: ; Glass eyes were Invented about the bones,Iou of thinking and reasoning power, Botanic Blood Balm(B.B.B.ii pleasant!
t'I: Three skes-25c SOc J.QO.. The SO-cent size coatains two and 1579 and were crude productions kills ambition and energy often causes loss and safe to take. Thoroughly tested r'r,
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.. _____j I i. one-h elf times as much as the small ze and the $1.00 bottle year of appetIte, indigestion dyspepsia raw 30 !ri. Composed of Pure Bfn1'gredlents. \ I{h',
almost six times as pinch. REFUSE of Inferior woricmanshlr iris and throat and reaeheilo general de btUty Idiocy: ..trengtbens Weak Stoma
.. SUBSTITUTES.
'Vacs f p1,. pupil being hand painted In a far and Insanity. It needs attention at once. cores Dyspepsia. Price 81 periargRbca
Cure It by taking Botanio Blood Balm tie. Take..i ree. If not ,d.
SOLD ISO REGOHKilDEB ITW. from lifelike manner. Shakespeare (B.B.B.). It it a quick radical,permanent right quantity 1*taken,moneyrefu Bdt'
mentions glass eyes In "King ,Lear cure because ride the system or the poison Sample Sent free by writing blood J > 1111
: germt that cause catarrh. 'Blood Bal Co.,Atlanta,Ga.' 0e.crib iourtroaI'.
1111 :where the king advises the blinded CB.B.BTpurifies the blood dots away with and special free medical advice ,
A. D'ALEMBERTE, Druggist and ADo he ary, 121 'S; Palafox t, Pensacola., traitor Gloucester to" "get thee &lu vary symptom glfln*IITSE jth to the entire yon_!ease,,also eat la sealed letwit

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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL I 15, 1'906, PAGE ELEVEN
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than the food should have nourished it.

'N" r ::: 'F / 'I C The usual remedy for this delayed passage 2

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(called Constipation) is to take a big
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Cascarets are the only safe medicine for ."1
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-ij p ). 'Ih.-n-,.- N 'I.'Y' :., i Muscles to do their work naturally, comfortably '
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.2. gJA.;L J.) ", ... \ _' \\\f'\\ 1ft., : Enamel boxes, so they <.be carried ,

."7 $ V l\ in a mat)'s vest pocket, or in a woman's '

w purse, all the time, without bulk or trouble.

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'L l wARYTro_. oJ \; \\If#(: J ,1 ;,"\ 'only when you are Sick' but when you
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and
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"bit/ r every to have one. Ten
if'f.l'Irili 1 .g l js T' ", ;uu !of cents good in faith stamps and is to asked cover as cost a measure of Ca3-

4. 'II ." 'f J1, \ / Iyr carets loaded.with which this dainty box Is

to \/b1'I Send today, be sure to mention this
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paper and write your address plainly.
'.. Address Sterling Remedy Company,
j. Chicago or or New York 733

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THE BOY OR GIRL WHOSE NAME IS DRAWN FROM THE. CORRECT ANSWERS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE BY NEXT: THUSDAY NIGHT, THE JOURNAL WILL GIVE A SILVER DOLLAR.'
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represent! ) his progressive county and' ticular regret. But, that is the only drawing you can not expect the busy,
section fully and thereby do the, fair thing to do. Puzzle Editor to trim from twenty/ (Formerly of Dannhelsser Bros.)

FLORIDA POLITICS IStats great service.-TSmd. ;.-Union ''I SIGNAL DEFEAT[ T Others who give "No.6, Smith," to fifty every week, can you? Pure Old Rye and Bourbon Fine
"Short Talks." I. or "Herbert Smith." are: Manuel :Isn't that asking too much? Wines. Beer ana Tobacco.

Gomez Anna Liza Hsnrickson, Earn- Claire, Cora and E. J. Killibray. Old Hickory Whiskey Specialty
est Reba Dunham, Jr. sent correct each In
AND POLITICIANS Candidacy of Appleyard.Hon McCluskey, answers ( a
T. J. Appleyard, the Lake 'Mathew Delahunt Ralph Gilmore, separate envelope) to the great 12. W. Zarragossa Street
City editor, is a candidate for rail' FOR r PZZLE[ Edwin Dunham, Belle Murphy; Pel- American Writers, but, they are each PENSCAOLA.: FLORID.

road commissioner. Nearly every!. ley, Will Sam, and Hobart Barrow; ,postmarked "Vernon, Fla., April 5."
Benton Gilmore, Nellie O'Brien. "Received Chipley" day
one in Florida knows the genial Colonel : same ##$l*ft i&#*## *#*##*#
Tame Congressional Campaign. ter, well versed in law, and his past and his loyal friends are to .bet Ursine Fredrickson Dayton Neal (? (Thursday), and at "Pensacola, *
It seems almost certain that the rcord will convince every good citizen -I j found in every villiaga; Being a' 915 Wright), Floyd: Hemphill. Everet April 5, 12 p. m." Whose fault was i PIANOS AND ORGANS. ate

contest for Congress in the Thin of his worth on the bench.- man of energy, be will wags a spirit.I / ARMY Solari, 6abraQuina, Annie Gillotlne, that? None of the envelopes were I CASH OR EASY TERMS. ##
district will be exceedingly tame this Gainesville Sun.It ed campaign for the coveted plum. Harriet ilcSwean, John DiLustro, sealed nor ever had been, the flaps All Piano Work Guaranteed.
>ear Sparkman and Clark will is well established Democratic Palatka Times-Herald. (Brunle, Barnie, Bennie and Rufus being turned inside. Whose fault iCLUTTER #
& RUSHING
probably have no opposition, while licy that a public, servant who demeans Laughton; Andrew Brown, Dennis !was that? I 12 EAST GOVERNMENT #
ST.
Lamar will he in no danger. Hon. himself worthily and serves Payment of Poll Taxes. ;W. Eagan, Pauline Sigari, Carrie Now boys, look out! Don't let PHONE 476. %

Jefferson D. Stephens, of Jackson usefully in the interest of- good government Owing to a general I Davidson, William Lee, Gertrude the girls carry off the military # H.
Counts is an announced candidate is deserving of a second ing as to when poll misunderstand'i,Not a Single Correct Answer Received Kerle; Susie anal' Gussio Ketterer; honors. ** :1

against Congressman Lamar but at term in office. As Justice Whitfield paio.' to vote in the primary we publish Sam i Abraham, Nell West, Monroe I
thi, distance from the primary it is .has only served a ,part of his full below Section 2 of the primary to Puzzle Picutures ![ Smith, Susie Eagan, Eunice Gerson, DON'T PUT OFF

MI expect E\'i', ,he will poll a very term, anal his service has been marked election law, which shows they maybe 'Callie Colvin, Tom King, Julia Bell, for tomorrow what you can do I B: : : :: : :;;: :;:: :;:== : :;::::: II
heavy vot9. Ths opposition to La- with abilitY' and fidelity, there' is paid as late as May 4: of Last Sunday. Lloyd Miller, Elizabeth Sigari, WillieB If you put off buying'a bottle today'l !
mar has been feeling around for a exceptionally strong reasons for be- Section 2. That no can Eggart, Jennette Farine.
person lard's Snow Liniment, when that pain'
candidate to him and give lieving that the voters of the State Lettie and Clarence Martin;
oppose vote take in the proceedingsof .
or part
k.m: a hard race, but thus far no will be pleased to re-elect him tor a any man has been found who cares to full term. And what is here said of by the laws of th.3 State a lawful Wall! What do you think of that? '.Elmir.0 Bell, and Virginia C. Walker,I I
matism, Burns, Cuts, Sprains, Contracted
Not a single coupon, with eight correct "
enter tits contest. Lamar' made such Justice J. B..Whitfisld applies equallyto give "No. 3, Church.
ejector! who has not paid his poll "Famous:. I Mucles etc. T. S. Graham,
a splendid fight for the impeachment Justice C. B. Parkhill.-Tallahasseg tax legally due, not less than ten answers to the eight While the nearly correct lists are : I
Musicians"puzzle Prairie Grove, Ark., writes:
of who is American Artists; and mentioned number could not have I
Swayne, exceedingly Capital. a
before such primary election is
days I in ; "I wish thank for the good' Better
pictures which appeared to you
disliked in ths district and was so :entered the drawing-because they Time
held, and authorized to vote in legal
any : 8 has I received from Snow Lini
The Journal last Sunday, April results
torn from The I
carelessly
successful in the case in the body of Reasons for Declining. election in the ward or precinct for i. were ,
vh-ch: b.9 was a member that he is In order to set -at rest any rumors' which such primary election is held. been received. Not one. Journal, some of them having nearly ment. It positively cured me of Rheumatism -
after others had failed. Sold,
Particularly strong in his district at to the effect that the sa'ltor'! of the I -Zolfo Advertiser. Correct Answers. half the page attached to themuntil -

present Then, too, he made friends Record is :a candidate for the legislature *. Here the correct answers: the editor trimmed them neatly by all druggists. I

l by his stand on the rate regulation we declare* ,positively that Warm Campaign, Promised. !No. 1.-Sargent.are along the border" of the "PuZzle Answer Excursion Today. ThanNow:
question. His name Is frequently such is not the case. White we Coupon. When the Puzzle i iDon't
I Candidates are looming up thick No. 2.-'Chase. the excursion this.!
r!entioned in conaact'on. with the thank those who have urged 'us to I Editor does not have time to do this, forget 'bay '.
No. 3 Abbey.
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and fast, and though this is an off afternoon to life saving station and
the all
Senatorial race two years hence.- make the race, we. must refuse on account iwhich fe usually case, coupons -
year, things look. 'promising for a No. 4.-Inaes.! Monarch, leaving at 3
Correspondence Jacksonville Metro- of business ,oonditions.and the I that are not uniformly trimmed gulf on tug i
5.-Thomas.
polis. shortness of our ,ocl.etbook.Manatee warm campaign. The voters will :No. about the border, miss a chante at o'clock.
thin them to one in a.hill on the 15th No. 6. Herbert.
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dollar.
Justice: 'Parkhill Honored. Record. of May.-Milligan. ., Herald.. No. 7.8.-Gilm9re.-Sousa.V the Remember Puzzlers-if each of GET A PANAMA, $5.00, $7.50 AND To Feed Your Chick-
!No.
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time to $10.00 AT STANDARD CLOTHING
children can not take
you
Justice Charlas B. Parkhill Justice! May End in Disaster. it Unanimous.Now :
Make Answers for the COMPANY.E I
Received. neatly one coupon
of the Supreme Court of Florida, has i Local politics, we fear, in'our city I if Mr.. Lamar can induce: prepare ens With l (theCelebrated
been signally honored by the bar of permeating some of our esteemed:Umlge I Stephens to pull in the horns !Answers received were about as I ;

Dade county which body has made "benevolent orders.: Tails will prove, 'of his congressional aspirations in follows: / f*
]luMc: a signed card advocating that we fear, an entering wedge which will th.3 Third District our three Florida No. 1.-'Surgeon'ffargrant. t !
te be renominated at the coming pricary. cause final disaster.' -Tampa'Tribune. congressmen will all! have a walkover No. 2.-Hunt. PUZZLE ANSWER COUPON
;-St. Augustine Record. '.: \. iu the coming'primary..-Live ,Oak No. 3Church.' I
heats for Legislature; Democrat. No. 4.-Inne. "-inman/ Ingham In' { .

Justices Whitfield and Parkhill. Among the candidates for' the Legislature gram.. J Ansvsrs Must Be Written on This Coupon Blink. No I!

The term of office of Justice James in ,Alachufc. :county appears Too Far Ahead. No. 5.-Tom, Thorn' Thorns, Cat, Attention Win Be hid Those Not Written On It Ht CORNU
a Whitfield of the,, State Supreme name of William N. Shsats. Those The Tampa Tribune predicts that Catt, Tome I Exception to this Rule. /

Court having expired, he' will ,be aBddate who remember: -hIs: services to the two days from now there will be a No. iSmithbert, Bert Smith,
( for renomination before State of Superintendent of Public Instruction warm +'congressional race between Herbert Smith and plain Smith. My answers to the puzzles in The Journal today are as follows :
the Democratic party. Judge Whit- will expect to',se? in him a Senator Trammell and Herbert Phil No. 7.-Summer, Good ola' SummerTime

field needs no mention from us as to legislator who will be ,heard from on lips. A great oteal can happen in Saysue. HEN
his soundness for high position. ,Ha I something else than ballots. He is two years. A man's political sun J$>. Zinchore, Zingarri, Slcha-: No.1-, '

a jurist of unimpeachable charac-' of: the sort. who. .would be ,likely to may rise, S'hine and set forever in more, Mr. Rock, Zinpanni' Zimpan,
Somore, and Smoke. fL
I No.2 .
-- --- -- -- ---- Harry Porter of Montgomery -
-- -- I comes so near-all correct that, thoughthree II .. I

I IW tfYWIOIWt.WI...... lW Wf1WJRWbU lltlbCpir. 1nlWaYY7lWl" dftWltllllJflWiYrIWKIM'ItMW, yWYYYY.WY of his answers-"No 2, Hunt,: b FOOD
r.. xrelu, ff'illt 1r f J:F. RE w Ea.rMaiau : lreucxrawai No. 3, Church, and No. 4, Inm }"- N o. 3. V

are not quite correct, he deserves

|! THE DIGNITY OF THE HOME II the special idea mention sO nearly as'as even to be they of inter get .'No. 4. W \ ..


est., Alberta Reno, "No. 6, Herbert., > It will make your
CALLS FOR A PIANO I ; Smith." As the "Smith" is added,I No. 5. :

f fWs [ evidently as an afterthought and ap-, ,.. chickens lay and keep 1

greatly in another's writing, Miss

:Al i If the piano corner in'your home still vacant, we do most earnestly] invite l I Alberta's coupon Is left out with par. No.6. II I them healthy, plump


3 you to see our magnificent-,stock of pianos and upon what favor- I two years, especially down here in No. 7. fat.' Try it. .!

. ,9 able terms we can fill ,it, we:wish "tcrimpress i upon you who are without Florida where statesmen are made
in a day and damned in a night ,

a piano that we will put 'one' into your'home for $10.00 down and two m Plant City Courier.. No. 8 .


dollars a week.: Some .bargains )in.second hand pianos. Write M He's "Waiting." No. 9 -_ '

Hon. Park M. Trammell, of Lake- I
us about them or call and see them.. land, states that he will not be'a The Lewis Bear Co. !
No. O'
candidate for Congress against Cong -

Oldest and Largest 114-itfi S. Palafox St.PhenetS seems! ssman to have l;>arh.'lD&n.learned Mr.by Trammell himself Name --- Wholesale Agents I
House II '
'-E Mutic House In Clutter Music that.there is virtue in waiting, a lesson j
;f PENSACOLA I
Florida
that too many young ,men have Pensacola, Florida.'F' I
1I GEO. B. E. Sec. M Street No.
W. C. CLUTTER, Trey CLUTTER 1 r to have hammered Into them.- ,
'1 We W fSPfUS !eLIM y "
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if Jpgton, D. C., and Miss Hunter of Here's That Everlasting -
: :x! ..i Chicago, Miss Ida Robsrtsaa of ,

iI r California sister and guest of Mrs. Shoe Puzzle Again !
II ; We ,AreHEADQUARTERS I Hy.?Whiting; Miss Cora Louise i
I PEOPLE and EVENTS et ., i Simpson, Miss Roberta Fisher" Miss r

I Louise Quina, Miss Susie! Moreno, "Shall I buy'a pair of -those. highly-advertised I

Miss Sue Dishmaa, Miss Jennie Shoes? Doesn 1 the cost of all that !
j t expensive II
: i iStillman. :Miss Fan Warren, Miss ,

: [s Seen, .Heard and oneAmoi1g'Th Who Go, Come and for California Lillie: Taylor mother, Mrs.and Robertson guest of Mrs of advertising come out.of the Shoe Shall I buy U ,

\ : ,Whiting. the same kind I did, even if they did prove to be pretty
poor
'I Tarry.& Women and Society Here and Elsewhere; Also Mr. Campbell Keyser. and
High ClassGROCERIES guest Mr. John Briton of Washington bargains?,

jr.4 :;' i ; Mr. Hazelhurst Stone Mr. Fred f

.1.iltf'.. >- '4:4:: By E. NELLIE BECK. Telephone 669. N I mount Mr. Clarence Avery Mr. i.-, We respectfully that the
.,; ."., :-, ''Presly Thornton, Mr. Harry Ferriss, suggest solution -
.w ..." .>'r'. Mr. Trabue Sublett, Mr. Dick Still-
"" -':"", t is in our possession at the
*' .. i fi ma.n. Mr. Sam Pasco and Mr. Searcy. storea -

\':ki JUDGE ADVOCATE OF NAVY I EVERYBODY PLEASE--.- crisp, fresh, dependable pair of MEYER'S
7/ie ,
;.I Journal's Fashion Feature
: A DISTINGUISHED VISITOR. Daily
:,J, 'J'l, I BRING FLOWERS THURSDAY SPECIALS made to suit from
.4"t _' CoL Charles Lauchermer U. S. N., I At Medium Prices TO DECORATE' THE GRAVES you the
.w .s was a AND MEMORIAL: MONUMENT, moment first don them until '
J1; ;;, "'" : the past week arriving Wednesday t. The ladies of the Confederate xi you they're

;' morning, spending( the day on Try Us And SeeROSENfiU&GERELDS Memorial Association ,beg that everyone discarded for a new pair
;fJ ) t p\ inspection at the navy yard and ;, who can will send flowers to
1.f'ttil leaving on the midnight train. the Confederate monument in Lee -
; .1.if Lauehenuer is one of the dis ( ifl\\ -
i r Col. i
4-: \{ !t tinguished men of the service. He Park by 1 o'clock Thursday, as so ALL STYLES FOR BOTH SEXES
flowers will be needed r
j.v... ; / Is not only Judge advocate of the for very, the many.monument and to decorate 52,50 to $5.00. f
//AW1'iV&sjV
;tp, .' : ;' 1 United States Navy, but his book- \ the graves of the Confederatedead.
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Law"-ls
,," ;Z; "Lancheraer on Military
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::.,"'J'4-g 1 ;;.'. .j i en authority, I / r1AIL\l\ The Fancy Grocers,

::'t1: ... ,.4.-'.., LfcuL J, I. Bryan, U. S. R. S., and \ \ Phone 391. Pensacola., JOHN GILES BURROW'S-+- MEYER SHOE COMPANY
CoL Lauch-
f' Mrs. Bryan entertained ,
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':(; e i i i: ermer ;Wednesday evening.. CUNNING INVITATIONS.I
e'',.'' \ ";:Jt""" -+- .J---_ will be six FEET FURNISHERS FOR FOLKS,
.. ;i'>t.. MISS MAY ANSON AND Monday April sixteenth,
,- ir., -t- !iMR.-WRIGHT OF BRUNSWICK : THE: PUBLIC IS INVITEDby nineteen hundred and,six 102 S. Palafox Street.

Lrr .' 'k. .jtr": .; MARRY' NEXT WEEK. Come and help me celebrate
q\'. yip({ : Informal invitations are out for 11 II II II FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, from three to six ,

,'t. 1>", Ihe marriage of Miss May Anson of 11 SCIENTIST, Don't bring any presents ."' ..""""".. "" ."'....".....".t...-..
: Bayou Grando, and Mr. (Tames A. Florida I want
'.:1il / I of Pensacola, only your presence.
} ; to attend a John Giles Burrow
I o
; !.\Wednes-day I LECTURE ON CHRISTIAN SCIENCEby Thirty-six East Chase Street. flatting and e
N '$.i< 4a r, It will be a home wedding, the I -+- i .
:t"if.;,, ceremony taking place at the residence ? Rev. Arthur Reeves Vosburgh, MR. AND MRS. GIBSON'S te
m'i-. 1 : of the bride's mother, and RECEPTION FOR GUESTS
-" Member of the International Board of
H&IM' : though informal will be attended by Lectureship of the 'Mother Churchin The home of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Window Shade Time !

F ??% *Zr \> a large number of relatives ands Boston, Mass., at Gibson was the scene ,of a happy in, .
: : c 'if;::iA friends. THE formal evening, 0 e
UNIVERSALIST CHURCH, reception Friday
!J'111 --+- East Chase Street, complimentary to Rev. J. C. Gibson t If you haven't already put down new Mattings and nun; *
: 'JOURNAL ADVERTISERS new Shades, then you'll find no better time than Now
Monday, April 16, 1906, at 8 p. m. and son M. O. Gibson who are visitors 4
r.b r':.Lt t tAND THE1B : to let us place them for you. 4
,!. ALL ARE WELCOME, here. The time was most pleas e
WOMEN READERS.
5 a ; antly occupied in choice .
games
.'f ; In last unusual .
1 the tey days an
,'::7" Ji 'piano and song music, and recitals.A 20 25 30 and 35 cents laid Free.
;: 'tIt: number of Wi es have Incidentally : liam Fisher president of the boardof feature of the evening so much i Mattings, 4
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: and given evidence
f .tI! unconsciously
: recitations 4
all the
enjoyed by was
to :Mrs N. McK. Oert-
managers;
<1.$,. -, .j;-1;' //Versa the effect}' educator.of advertising The number as an unit and- __ .___ : ing secretary, or to any of the ladies "Flying Jim's" Last Leap," "The Con Y Window Shades, Made Any Size, Hung Free. e 4
l1t actively interested in the work of fessional and "The Uncle" which : -
\.ti';r'1 quality of these expressions, and :
rendered Mrs. Gibson in a
were by
keeping the Home open for homeless i
'#: -- !j' #!t their unanimity make them worthy I little ones. most charming manner. : ;A most beautiful assortment of elegant patterns of :MaJ
oi note, especially as they weregiven it -.- tings to select from. Window Shades, various color, 4
Do No
to-day. man or woman
;t.t; .0-;,.' >,: at different times, in the : size made to order quickly. Prices f
f can better spend Easter than by an Mrs.( W. E. Taylor leaves tonightfor any range from >"1
t course of ordinary conversation ono entering of a practical nature to His Coden. Ala., a little place south cents up to $2.50. Wilds Linoleum for kitchen, store aim: 4
-: ," ether subjects and not In any sense little ones. of Mobile, where Mr. and Mrs. Taylor office Boors. e
i:.Y'I 1 in reply to questions intended directly will reside in the future, :Mr. Ze i
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t ,. .. :.: nor indirectly to ''bring out such GONZALEG.LANGLEYWEDDING Taylor leaving during the latter
i''f.. i',a 1: expressions week. The friendsof i ii
; of the
part many
H. 'c\ .11 f The general sentiments amply ex. 1 I CARDS OUT these two estimable people will I MARSTON & QUINA
!.!'.'.Ji::.\:;? 4 pressed by three women from among Invitations are out for the wed greatly to lose them from 9108x110
V#..., ;. as representative and profitable customers ding of Miss "Stella Gonzalez and Mr. regret O
1 J.'I :!..<<,$.jt.'Hr as a business man desires. / Frank E. Langley, both of Little Pensacola. | S Palafox St. Phone 148 Pensacola Fla <>
I <
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4<
i+ ,; ;:. l li. fj "I declare, a body has, to read Bayou. air. and Mrs. IL C. O'Hara and( 4
l". '2.,::;: ;;-Jtl every page of Journal nowat4,1e .Mr. Langley. and his fiancaaf who their children Ruth and Allen are :.................. ................................:
interesting. i is an. attractive daughter of Mr.
all
l ;; Ways, they're so
Q f :
; visiting Mrs. M. J. Clarke on East .
Lambert X. Gonzalez will be felicitated -" -
i- '3r -q 1 'IWhy let me tell you something-we
O'Hara form
Gadsden. Mrs. rly
>i a.}''!-.. ladies never used to think of such by a wide circle. of friends and MisjMam.ie Clarke of this was city. Mr.
i{-'J-' .: a thing as really reading the a1>ert' relatives. L
I M. S"< FOR THE VERY LITTLE GIRL. I and Mrs. O'Hara have been away Beautiful Easter Post Cards.Large
' ".; II we just glanced over the little personal The ceremony will take place in from Pensacola about six liv-I .
years

!i: : .V tt d' ,!aper aside paragraphs, before Mr.and, Mayes threw got the it white Those materials dainty little made frocks on of simple fine row tiennes frill insertion of ,''edged' ',with 'ajnar-: St. ,Michael April 25..at CathSlic"&:30 church. Wednesday .: ing-in California and! Texas. 'numbers'of" the most beautiful Easter Cards ,5 cents-m,,:!
lace.
the
L But now- goodness I don't have same Three them to your friends Fancy Easter cards 5 cents to 25 cents e : my lines are far more becoming to the tucks of half inch width by Mrs.. W. E. Hanberry. and baby;
are run '
1.1 MISS EDITH KIME IS NOW rabbits 5, 10 and 15
: '.b. time to read anything else but my The cutest\ little you ever saw cents; Chick
small maid than riot of
frills. The
a hand above the hem, allowing for from Houston, Tex., are visiting relations -
l bible and The Journal advertisements MRS. JACK GOODMAN. to 25 cents; Cbina Eggs 5 cents to 25 cents.
few trimmings that are used are in the lengthening of the little skirt. on West Gregory.
dt::'"All: and all," enthusiastically: exclaimed -.the forni of" fine, haaa'run'tucks and The full bishop sleeve fs :gathered The many friends and acquaintances 4'Mrs. ,
,w : the mother of a large family. insertions of narrow laces or em.rodieries. into a band of the lace insertion, of :Miss'Ejdith) Kime, who has C. H. Gllhuley and Mrs: B. Coe s X00 tr8.
L .. Here spent considerably} tim! in this city
; the Mother Hubbard finished in the same manner as the Weaver have moved from Spring to Phone 235. 213 South Palafox Street. Pentaoola
1 "I read The Journal advertise- with her sister ':Mrs. George W.,Carpenter -
idea is .carried
out by neck. 19 East
P4mlW'l numerous square A pretty idea is to Gregory. 21352
%-.t meats as religiously every morning "dainty tucks In clusters pf four form- wear beneath one of thsa3 dainty will bf",*interested to learn '- .
: a? I eat my breakfast and if I see I ing the The neck Is cut little that she was married Wednesday. attractive --
yoke. froks a china 'silk or sheer Miss Celestine Quina and her:
: I' anything I want I go down early and Mr Jack Goodman of
April 11'to ,
"" square and filled inwith Val Miss Heintz! of Buffalo
' ;Ie,4r en. lawn slip of pale pink or blue. guests CARD QF THANKS.
:" : :t" get lit. If I don't I settle town at Virginia, Ill., and ,will unite in-con Easter Ball !
1 N. Y., and Miss Hanway of Greenville I desire to return thanks to my
home"for the day, said another.
t wish
1'j. _- / gratulating the happy man and Miss. _
will leave Thursday for
ij, i, ';0',": ,\71! '"Do you know, I've gotten so I bide my time And 0, ,ifs euch a multiply, people die'or awa.y-and ing them every happiness.The Greenville where Miss Quina and friends assisted who so kindly during and generously brother's
I me my Motormen and Conductors Hall Mor:
depend more and more on The :Journal saving as well as conveniece." This things are forgotten. 'Among all wedding was a quiet affair at ,
I.. !'tr for so many things. I ,used to was the ,opinion of, a very large buyer these, the very thing one would the home of the'-bride' in L/gonter, j([Continued 'on Page Fourteen) illness and on the event of his death, S day, April lt>.
.1t.\ : have much trouble with servants and assure them of my undying appre-
t ( .; so. and prompt gladly Ind. ADMISSION 25c.
payer. continue doing drops out of
I ciation. May God bless them for their
t r]f' tut rye got so now I know the signs I -+--: mind and only needs'a gentle re -r+-
: 'I'. : and the moment mine gets careless. ,I MAKE AN OFFERING TO minder. BRAVE WOMAN YIELDED kindness in my hour of grief. -
I.r- ,,- or independent 'or disagreeable anyway I 'ONLY TO THE INEVITABLE. Worth it'sWeight ./ R. F. SOTO.
HIS LITTLE ONES IN This notice '
is intended first-to
SAFES SAFES SAFES! SAFES !II
'Ii I don't wait for them to I
l leave THE PEARL EAGAN HOME. gently remind those who have forgotten I The friends ami I neighbors of that .
,;;,ifelt't "MjUitJ: ;' but get in my little "ad, and as soon THEY NEED BEDDING. I and, second-to. call attention gcod and lovable woman Mrs. Annie i White Stone Water. I Buy Liebold Safes.
;" as the right one answers I let the The Pearl Eagan Home for children ci those ,good people-who only need Friedrkkaen are very profound in Orders for White Stone Water left
} t ; other go. They used to leave me in is'sadly in' need of beddjng. their attention directed to. it-to the their sympathy for her bereaved hue with Sol Cahn & Co., will receive Scarritt Moreno, Agent.

discharging: The dormitory'is furnished with emergent newt! in the Home ,for bed 'band :Mr. Charley Friedricksen and prompt attention. When you need
.
"table
i little'Iron- beds bearing the names of ding. 'her two-now motherless childrena : In Gold! good water ask for White
l tf. .{,- :': advertisement same me much tramping donors or those for whom they were Some of the little beds an in especial little girl of five-,and boy of seven Stone. It is the world's best.

f'f''W I about. I know of course it they to be supported as a memorial, need of sheets, 'others of other years. The family cam,* here from N. Goldring. Wholesale Agt.
t' .;, ..; don'tmention it in the paper theyhtlve'nt which the donor Is supposed' to keep 'articles and a few need everything. Greenville Miss., about five years TO REMOVE FRECKLES AND
got it, or l if they have what up. But in the" course of human Kindly \leave your donations with, ago. GET A PANAMA, $5.00, $7.50 AND
4';-w4' rff I ,want the price'is too high" so I just events changes otevelop, interests or phone for particulars: to,. Mrs. Wil- tPhosa who knew Mrs. Friedrick PIMPLES IN TEN DAYS, USE $10.00 AT STANDARD CLOTHING Fox River

. i; < sen best are most eloquent in her COMPANY.
,. I
. i ;. '" .i'\f r.,. 'praise as wife, mother, friend and The Complexion Beautifier
'Ii ,.Itr.4''1tl neighbor: and the large concourse at sUDday Observance.
t-\the.. ; ..'..: her funeral, the many beautiful Scene Scotch farmhouse; time Sun.
4." floral offerings laid upon her casket: guaranteed,and day morning.

fI: / the impressive; servkes at tha :residence Nadinola I refunded Tourist (to farmer's wife)-Can you Clover Hill

*iI? Y 1 Your Easter and at the German Lutheran fails to remove ,. let me have a glass of milk, please
h 1 Complete Dinner church, the choir's touching- rendition the very worst cases and beautify the Milk is produced end consum-d.

iT't4r : of "Asleep in Jesus," precedingthe ,complexion' in twenty days. Tourist (taking some coppers from
interment in St. John cemetery,
.i
Jl lL1: were peculiarly touching in effect: Mrs.' Edward Jones, of Mount Sterling his pocket-'A penny I suppose.

; During a long aDl gradual decline, Kentucky, writes i : Fanner's WIf -Mon, dae ye no think ButterReduced

f l'1\; a'Box of f of four )years she continued kind, ""heel It my; duty to,tell you the benefit i same o"yersel' tae be buyin goods o';

i:' 'r. .. patient and cheerful,and, only a few untold Nadinola mortification has been to n.freckles. I had, suffered : the Sawbath?
". !''i'f"' ft '.-'.'', \ tII. days before her death, when her hood. Having used all the highly since recommended child- Tourist (repocketing the coppers--
1S..,.-..p 1.t",'": vitality was completely exhausted, creams and lotions, with much i Oh wejl, there's no harm done. rm
J a ", did the brave woman give and hesitancy I bought your entire treatment -
rf.t up
After giVing it a fair trial I most heartilj sure I'm much obliged. But won't'yochave
slay in bed. recommend it, for it's worth its weight ia the raoney for it?
-+- gold to any woman frecklea. Your
Nadinola is the only thing have ever used Fanner's. Wife-Na. na; I'll no tak'
MRS. H. P. NEUMAN -
rna with success. Your Nadine Face Powder itgrand. less than sixpence for breakin' the
THE CHARMING HOSTESSOF Wishing yon the deserved success, lam
A LOVELY AFFAIR.Mrs. sincerely." Bawbath!-Leeds Murcury.Tie .

e fi Lowney's Candy H P. Neuman was the charming Price 50 cents and $r.oo, by leading Theater of DloBY" to

;fj-f ; ":..1J.'o,";;' I Thursday hostess afternoon of a when lovely she function entertained irugpsts or mail. Prepared by the What was'probably one of the earliest

, if< '<' sr the :Monday Euchre, the' reg- National Toilet Co., Paris Ten. theaters built was the theater of Dionysus -
.' ,.. o; 3 War meeting having been postponedon ,'which was begun five centuries
1
r.\! j! account of the Jewish Passover. before _Christ The seating capacity of

Miss Meta Rosenau of Louisville, this remarkable building is said to have 30 Cents
11 And Then Smoke One of Our ; Ky. the attractive sister and guest of been 30,000. The theater of Dionysus

.., 'j .Mrs. Morris Bear won the first prizea ICE CREAM was erected When Greek art and litera-
-I \ beautiful shadow-embroidered sofa ture were in their prime. Here were

'l>illow. presented to appreciative spectatorsthe

f af games After was delightful servadi the interesting in four pink course and series luncheon green of-, AND CAKEFor Sophocles wonderful,a.nd Euripides.works of Aeschylus, Per Pound


1 11. F Fl Hi B B1 HAVANA CIGARS the dainty carried! color throughout scheme the being menu.tastefully .I ,The Bnrgl+lr'a,Graip. I

The fact that this was :Mrs. Neu- parties social gatherings. .. "Did it ever strike yWthat a bnr. Beginning Monday

man's first affair in her new home lawn fetes, weddings, etc. We glar of all men la most sensitive to the I
211 Wit Belmont, where she has 'resided fitness of things!

f gk5 5 and 10 CentsHooton's a only interest about one to month her -entertainment lent additional kind will< bake of cake in our you own may ovens wish and any make"Can't It outs say }teverdid.-." _,- How do yoa April 16th

mmtj8f' :: which proved a lovely success. guarantee It perfectly satisfactory "He always throws light on his shady

'f!; '"t1 i -- -- -+- .- Ice cream of any flavor transactions,-wittr a 4arfc lantern."_

s. H;',,,-t.,, 'DELIGHTFUL' BAY PARTY furnished in bulk or fancy Baltlmore' rican.
"" *
, FOR MISS S.UP-ERVIECLE.
.t ':-1 t""!:
__ I mouijs. : 'WHY'
Mrs. H. H. Thornton entertaineda -
a party of the younger set aboard Any way we will be glad to have a tprptd( liver when Herbine.the

'*$,&, rnarmacy the steam tug Monarch Saturday ifttrnoon talk to you about the refresh. only liver regulator will help your'
for her nieca Miss Marie There is 'no.,reason why you should
; Josefa IStepervielle of Havana, Cuba. meat question. suffer from Dyspepsia, Constipation,
'
mPm They steamed acros the bay to the Chills and 'Fever or a&y liver com Calm & CO.
.
: \ ., The Birthplace of Prompt life saving station, then went dowa plaints, when Uerbine will cure you.F. .
l Delivery the 'bay to the, navy yard and back- C. Waite, Westville, Fla., writes:
The day was ideal particularly "I was sick fora month with chills The Pure Food Store.
l %f the water and everybody had a love and fever;"l"aftertaklng< two' !bottles
..f. : Kandy Kitchen Cafe Southwest Corner Palafox and IntendenwSol
.
..',. <'..;;.tl" ly time a delightful luncheon beingan of'Herblne n\\ well and healthy."
'j PhOneIIOOJ enjoyable feature of the trip. Sold by all druggists.GET .

!In the party aboard besides Mrs.Thorton '104 SPalafox Phone 999 Phones 480
,. L.$f} and her guest of honor ,Miss A PANAMA, $5.00, $7.50 AND
,=?Ct J' I I't Supervielle, were Miss Nellie Keyser, I L $10.00) AT STANDARD'' CLOTHING -';'
,t '!- }. and her guests Miss Kibby of -Waoh- COMPANY,
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wide, and worth up to 35c a yard, sale price,0 only IOc a short sleeves. These waists readily sell at $3.50 and $4.


yard. each and cannot be duplicated anywhere, only $2.49.


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I' We ,have just received one of the very prettiest lines in this department for the little ones, and it will pay you to visit this department -

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that it woula' not be a difficult 'ni t-:aril '85: severely practical' as the aof-j; W. H. Kiibee, inspectors; Jno.Hoyt, GET
YOUR
t##*#**#*! iI - $ ter to seure what depths is needed! 1 dition of' 2 and 2. There is] clerk.
for present purposes. an element in every community i No. Sid'Clopton, Hiram Suggs,
I A RAILROAD PROBLEM ONt As a Money Maker. that will discourage every movement W. 'H. Kilbee, inspectors; Jno. L.
of and object to
clerk.
Would such a road ? Yes, and progress Hoyt
pay every enterprise from tha laying of 18-J. W. Bowman, J. A. Williams -
| No. Yes if the method of the modern Not
THE FLORIDA PENINSULA, .. .. : railroad constructor like Hill! inj J!a few feet of" sewer pipes to the construction ] W 'J. ,Brewton, inspectors; T. ELECTRIC FANS
of railroad. Ana these
..I: .*... the west and Flagler in Florida 13')' 'aJ : J. Cushion clerk.
necessarily crude suggestions will A. B. F.llin-
No. 19.-W. 'B. Miller
? % %? ;M & %* !. .!--if followed and systematic and intelligent -;\ "
.ti' ** I effort is made to develop thai i meet' on this hand' the common fate. gIm' F, M. Wood, inspectors; A. J.
note worth investigation?
But is it Fillingim, clerk -
actual resources of the country:
titf these pessimistic prophets go. No. 20-W. M. McCurdy, M. F. Mor-
following communication ap the value of such a line of railwayto through which the road passes. Nojif told
this stoiv
of
peared The in a recent issue of the Ocala the entire state of Florida, es- the ancient history is followed: that|I by They a distinguished remind one Floridian. it 'insa taln, Bill .Newberry, inspectors; :Mack NOW
the is much business and MoCurdy, clerk.
pacially to the territory and "there just so ;!
Banner: moral. The story goes that a man
towns along its line and most es .we are going to get it anyhow." _Aj No. 21-Preston Pierce, M. E. Hen
To the Eidtor Ocala Banner: pecially to th,3 city ot Ocala. railroad man said some years! 'ag.,I suffering with; a severe sore throat: derson,: R, T. Bradley, inspectors; C.

If you will! take'of Florida a ruler at and the place nar What would it mean? A line of that railroading was an' exact:had joultice 1 doctor ana place prepare it around an asafoetida his neck R. Vaughn clerk. We have a large supply for sale or rent.
it on the map science. Judging from very recent No. 22-F. A. Mayo, E. N. Jernigan,
boats to Mobile or Fensacola or New his home he was met
rowest part of the peninsula you will developments here it seems to be avery Returning to' J. H. King, inspectors; W. T. Mayo,
Gulf] of Orleans or all three and direct con hs! littb boy who on getting; one
the by
find Cecfcr' Keys and The i clerk. the finest in the worldto
considerably inexact one. They are things
end and Daytona, nectVms with,the great west, again, good whiff of the malodorous stuff
Mexico on one road that is here suggested should! No. 23-H. C. Kellam D. W. Bow
Sealreeze and the Atlantic Ocean on !direct connection at the Ocklawahawith be the best paying one !in the south;burst into tears and ran yelling into I man, W. J. Kumams, inspectors; R. J.
that river's trade .(capable of "Ma, oh ma, Pa's dead:
the other while almost! in the exact great development) and still again and absolutely independent or rail, the hou don't$ know it!", I I Seymour clerk.. keep off the stegomyia. We can clean
of Ocala.Refer ,and I :
cotter is the city connections. What other hundredmile ,. I FRANK REILLY,
the St (Johns where tho Clyde or -B.
to the "scale of miles" and road would touch both the At I II I
RADCUFF Chairman.
F. B. ,
jouwill find the distance to be nine and other tation lines to the gives eastern us water and European transpor- lantic and the Gulf ana in doing'so 1 1_ !. Temporary Secretary. and repair your old one.E.k7o .

ty-five miles. Take a pencil ports and not Jeast"tapping the East would cross three navagibja rivers.I CLERKS. AND INSPECTORS ]
mark this dine on the map, study it other .
and incidentally tap pads. exactly '
Coast securing"southern and giving Counterfeiting the Genuine.
be first that FOR DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY
and you will impressed eight times. This road ought '
It traverses as a whole an almost them western connections. to haul enough coal down to the >,as' Foley & Co., Chicago, originated!
all Could such road be built? Yes, by and Tar as a throat and lung PEARL
tlrgin. or new country yet we Coast, where: they have more .my'icy is hereby given that at a Honey
Notice
know that on the west of Ocala it is the development 'public'sentime.ut than wood tq .burn, to pay its flx'eJi! ; the County Democratic remedy, and on account of the great
rich in phosphate and timber and on among the .people' .whom it would charges. And it ought to be built a I t meeting of Committee, held at Pensa- merit and popularity of Foley's Honey ,
the east in farming and stock lands. most likely benefit. Bottled up Car long time: before the hthmain canal Executive' 1906, the folowing and Tar many imitations are offeredfor
7
Keys ,would give half her assess- Cola, April the genuine. These worthless
line from This by of
Start on your penciled is completed. way paren were selected EXPERT ELECTRICIAN.
ed valuation for .such a roan: '; the i clerks and inspectors initiations have similar sounding
that I
Cedar Keys anus! you will see arailroad thesis. I IOcala. the Democratic primary
act at '
of phosphate and timber i to Beware of them. The
the owners names. genu-
built from the gulf to ? It would make Ocala more 1906 I .
Atlantic will pass through Gulf' properties would do their share,I than the Atlanta of F.orida.-It! to be held May 15. : ine Foley's Honey and Tar is in a yel-

Hammock crossing the A. C. L. first I Ocala would and should if the roadis .would give her the key to the situation. Clerks and Inspectors.No. ., .package. Ask for it and refuse Pensacola, Florida.
at Borneo hitting the Seaboard at built, lead all others, the large She would no longer have"to I-J. W. Cherry, Will Rich, J. any substitute. It is the best remedy
Eagle both again at and the small 'farmer and stock man F. Richards, inspectors; V. Goldback,, for coughs'and colds. W. A. D'Alem
mines crossing: plead for justice but be ,in a position Phone 345 or 955. New Star Laundry Building
Ocala, tapping the Ocklawaia & little would naturally help. Bottled up to demand it. She must*.,inaugurate : clerk.. i berte, ,druggist; and apothecary.
above Silver Springs, the A. C. L. DeLand would dive deep in her rackets the movement ami': )' carry iton No! 2-Floyd Athy, H. C. Miller,t
branch again at Astor, deep water on the Clyicte( :on-the St. John wo\l to its successful completion it. can J. F. Helton, inspectors; Joe White,I CARD OF THANKS.
the St. Johns river at the same welcome' this accession to their territory be 'lone It can be done: her. But clerk. The Woodmen of the World lodges
place, the A. C. L. main line a.few and: what wouldn't Mr. there must be a start made. How?I No. 3-W. W. Kirksy, W. Fell, E. take this method of thanking the following -
miles further on, then the East Flagler do for a straight line from The Ocala board of trade, through G. Brewton, inspectors; G. A. Morrill,. ,friends whp participated! in
Coast line at Daytona across the.)his road to the Gulf while the people I working committees should imfiie- Clerk.! .- ;, the:;unveiling ceremonies at the ceme
Halifax to the Atlantic. of Daytona and Seabreeze, which! I diately place itsslf in touch with the No; 4.-Jno. Longreen, E. Padgett, tery, last Sunday: Mrs. Ousley, Miss
Or diverge slightly south, still would be mad the greatest all the boards 'of Pensacola, lit MobiV.! of Will Brig' s inspectors; Chapman Richards, Mr. Vick, Mr. Shackelford,

trilling the St.. Johns at deep water, year resort on the Atlantic cast: ,I jtfevOrJ3ans! with the people cf I Vnnzale.. clerk.No _n_ .' 1 IIr.' 'Caleb- Bursoyne-,. Mr. R. P. Reese
run> right through bottled: up DeInd would divide their wealth with the Celar: Keys and on to ;Seabreeze: 5.-A. H. Bally, Wm. White, and 'Judge Landrum. Their part in
making the Atlantic at New builders. And ,this-. is., the bearest sUh Jlr. Flagler,. and the Clffies.! J.J. Sherby, inspectors. I the'program was thoroughly appre..
Smyrna. Either route would mean outline of the interests involved.And The subject should be agitated! ': nd NO. 6. Tom Davidson, S. R. Tat, ciatfd and enjoyed.

the construction of approximately. don't believe {there isn't sufficient discussed. That will cost nothing. Alex McVoy, inspectors; Olie Jen-: ..-
100 miles of railway water at Cedar Keys for practical -Each newspaper along the .line WlU nngs{ clerk. j :
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Of Great Value.It purposes even now. Just look: take it up. No. 7. A. D. N"ckelson, C. Don HOTEL FOR SALEMANHATTANHOTEL
would be impossible to estimate at the governments charts and see The project is feasible, it is simp'e Ward, Burkley Hastings, inspectors; corner Bay-

-- T.----- -.-....-----.-., Frank Gilly. clerk.. len and Garden streets,for rent. Contains -

. __ d." __ .. ,. .... ..... ,,-. No. 8.-Taylor Crabtree;: J.C. C. : 23 room*, furnished throug C)
0.
:.. _" ,__' __.__ n- -- __" _J' __ -- ,:,... _, 1.. -..;' Taylor, Thos. Cisco, inspectors; P'I out.. Fbr'-particulars apply to Hooton
Proctor, clerk. & Watson. 13apr3t
No. 9-M. Sturdivant, J. B. Hug-' I

gins J. T. Fillingim, inspectors; P. ORDER. YOUR ICE CREAM FROM
HOTEL
THE SOUTHERN M. Pritchett. clerk. BOSSO'S' ICE CREAM FACTORY,
No: 10.-: J, T. Rigley, Burges Bry- PHONE 1326.' $1.25 PER GALLON,
MRS., T.' L. BOWEN, PROP. ars, Wesly Offarrels, inspectors; B. 75c, PER HALF GALLON.
H. Bryars, clerk.
OPEN ALL THE YEAR. AMERICAN, AND EUROPEAN PLAN. No. 11-J.. W. Emmons, W. C. Wil- ATTENTION C.. K of A.
lams: W. L. Mims, inspectors; J. Msmbers of(' branch No. 210, will Over' 2,000OOQ Sold in West Florida in 1905.
B: Stewart, clerk. receive holy communion in a body
SPECIAL, SUMMER RATES No. 12-J.A.: Andrews, R. P. Reese, I:Sunday'morning, the 15th Inst., at Frank Reilly, AgentPensacola FloridaOrder
E4. "Watson, inspectors; Lee Daniell 7 o'clockaSS at St :Michael's

clerk church: Meetat hall at 6:30. Wear .
.Pleasant' Convenient,; Comfortable. Quislne Excellent, No. 13..Thos. W. Kent, Jas. C.Clark .! badge. Every member. is requestedto %

Otto White, inspectors, Julius attend,
Service Up-to'Date Menko, clerk. I E. JSIOTTA, Your

NOJ 14.-Dixon Reed, J. S. Mc. THOS.:;JOHNSON, Pres. and WOOD

If you.will call up phone 490drop. :::us a postal or call in person, Gaughey, James O'Brien, inspectors, Secy. ICE,. Ct4m
ttxoCopswners'
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A5>e Daniels, clerk. Aprill3-2ta..
we will be glad to give you rates for either rooms, board or both. No. 15-F. M. Whiting! Phil San Ice and Fuel Company.
ches, J. B.: Dougherty inspectors; J. GET A PANAMA $5.00, $7.50 AND I I. Phone 239,
CDS Tarragona.
omce-Come and
:E:. Reira clerk. $10.0QAT STANDARD CLOTHING i $

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p\ CONTA6IOUSBlOOD POISON SOCIETY : i

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l' ... 'f,; Carload of


i.Jiia1 HUMlLIATING-VILE-DESTRutTI I (Continued from: Page Twelve) ,
': x. .
s. Miss Heintz will be guests of Miss
," dread. It is the Hanway for a. month or so. The .
and
lt. The Blood Poison i contamination
: :t very name, Contagious : suggests visitors and their:! charming hostess
.. i4'--' worst disease the world has ever.known;;responsible? for more unhappiness and sorrow' than, have had a delightful social season

tf .f' all others combined. Nobody knows anything about the origin of this loathsome trouble, together and either would be sadly
: ml.ses-to: lose aU:three at once:: is.a Befhesd'
f- '":; I but as far back as history goes it has been regarded the greatest curse of mankind.No matter for tripple, but It: is hop d I

. :.: 1: part of the body is beyond the reach of this powerful poison. No matter how pure temporary come awaits, regret their,'return.for a joyous wel-J

':r' Jr..' the blood may ,be, when the virus of Contagious; 'Blood Poison enters, the entire circulation i

: ; "j ?' becomes corrupted? the humiliating symptoms begin to appear,and the sufferer finds himselfdiseased Mrs Wills! Roberts' is 'spending!

r'i--'t. > from head to foot with the vilest and; most destructive of all poisons. Usually -Easter in Mobile i; .. Just Received. ;

.:.J. v"'sax: :1 k the first symptom is a small sore or ulcer, so insignificant that it rarely ever excites Mr. .Klueer the architect is spending I[ :. '. -
'
** suspicion, but in a short while the skin a week in Montgomery. Ala. V V t I
f.:(.' \\ V,"'-I'I SIrs1 had a friend who had a bad case o f Con,: o
pear
in red rash the of thegroin '
out a glands Mr. ::
it p. tagious Blood Poison and was in a terrible condition. He Wilmer Hayward's! parents :1 So has been l the demand for this
t.+ ,,: 1I.rN swell, the throat and mouth ulcerate. tried all the medicines could hear of, but nothing-dirt Mr. and Mrs. Hayward his: sister great
hair and and often him any good. He went to Hot Springs but.lt; ,was like Miss Laura Hayward, andIiss
the eye-brows come out, the other treatments he had used and he was in despair Vaught, .all of New:Orhans,. arrived: excellent mineral water that I find it
the body is covered with copper-colored of a core when he heard of S.: S. S. After taking it for Friday morning to spend Easter necessary
aj : and awhile the sores all healed, his hair stopped: falling out, with hfan. They leave .for home U>- <
'spots, pustular, eruptions sores. and continuing with it, he soon found himself cured en- night. ;
in lots.
to order it carload
There is hardly any limit to the.rava. tirely of this hideous disease. JOHN LESLIE, : b '

.:. :: ges of Contagious Blood Poison;,if,it is not Rockford Ill. 719 W. State St.. }Jr. and Mrs. Post of Chicago are .
} 'Zfr? in the city with a view to locating,]I"
;j.; sF! driven from the blood it affects the nerves, I was afflicted with Blood Poison and ,the;best doc: guests at Mrs. Goodlcs's on East)
: : -' bones and in cases' ftors did me no good, though I took their treatment faith'fully. = Chase. "Mr. who is' interested I
: the Post
attacks extreme :
\W.ti; $M: In fact I seemed to get worse all the while,. I took, is: naval stores is an' eastern man ii'it: is the Best Water'on Earth J Ji.
:
KJn>' to form the brain
'; causes tumors on producing almost every so-called blood remedy but they did not. 'while :Mrs. Post is a Mobile! girl.
!; '" :-'rf insanity and death. No. 'other disseem to reach the disease,and had no effect whatever I B
u 04 ,1 was disheartened, for it seemed that I would never-be ,
-1 it ;( t ease IS so highly contagious.many: ; innocent cured., At the advice of friend I then took S. S.; S. and Mrs. Dan MtfCaskill left Friday

:,f.'.r-l% #,;,t ;. person has become infected by using the began to improve. I continued the medicine and it cured who noon now to.visit.resides Mrs.in J.Selma K. MoCaskill Ala: Ii
-1 c.. me completely W. R. NEWMAN. Stick to old friend and drink the water
r i'_ same toilet articles I handling the clothing I by Hamlet, N. C.breaks ., Bliss: Katharyine i. your
l Perdue from At.
J J ,"i.,. a friendly handshake or the kiss of affectionfrom more, Ala., is home for Easter f "
which will do It is the
l.r}: :: l1 one a lcted. But no matter how the disease is contracted, the sufferer"feels the fo you are sure you good. .

i humiliation and degradation that the vile disorder. Mrs. Sam Reid who has been I
J i1 accompany
v VBsiting 'Mrs. William! Bazzell, has mineral water and
.r '\: .ir" : :Mercury and Potash are commonly used in the treatment Contagious Blood POlsonRv gone to join Captain Reed in New;j II I. original E;

{ ,t mask it in the All Orleans. Hsr husband
but these minerals cannot cure the disease-they merely system. external was formerly I I Ii

1k1i i evidences may disappear for awhile, but the treacherous poison is at work on the internal captain wood, but of the steamship Thistle pos-j,
i '! recently accept a
t ;i J.,{:- members and tissues, and when these minerals are left off the disease returns worse than. ton; with the McKay Steamsh'ip: line: '
; J It is Healthful I
and the action from New Orleans to Cuba. Captain;' t a Refreshing Beverage 4
_r : 1, before, because the entire system has been weakened! damaged by strong of the Heed is a nephew of the late Ccm*}i ,

.:r t" Mercury and Potash. There is but'one certain, reliable cure for Contagious Blood Poison, modore William .Bazzell, and his nem'';: .

: ;; and that i is S. S. S., the great vegetable blood purifier. It attacks the disease in the right position is in the nature of a promotion i'
k; W upon which his friend are congratulating -
; ,,." ,, way by going down into the blood, neutralizing and !forcing out every particle of the poison.It the McKay Line quite as "- It is bottled by the Bethesda Mineral Springs
:' : .:. makes the blood pure and rich, strengthens the different parts of the body, tones,'up the heartily as the Captain..

tt i'r'' ;" system, and cures this humiliating and destructive disorder permanently. .;: ..
Mrs.
wife Wis.
Berry of the comman- Company Waukesha and there is a
t ( t'Itj The !improvement commences as soon as the patient gets under the influence of S., S:'$.', dant of the navy yard and her guest f-!

and continues until of the driven from the blood and the sufferer Mrs. Farrall, wlU' leave Tuesday "
i.- ; vestige poison IS
every :
; t for a cruis, guests of :Mr. and Miss "new man in bottle !
every .
It
_
t -.. ::f.- is completely restored to health. S. S.-S. is not Knowles. i 'V

i 'l.rF an experiment ; it is a success. It has cured'' I U
firs George Brown Bradshaw who
t i .' 1 thousands of cases of Contagious Blood Poison; ia ivislting her sisters MIl Fred 0

;;t.1 .*F':{<; many of which had given the Mercury and, Howe leaves and Monday Mrs. night George for W.New Howe Or-, ill: Call for It and Insist t on Having It.f!

'M.:9r;; Potash treatment, Hot Springs, etc., a thorough ', Jeans whence she sails Wednesdayto ; :

;' .. trial and had almost despaired of .everm meet her husband Lieutenant
r--r7h r.r 8. Commandar
f again S. S. S. is made entirely. tucky in N,?w Brad'shaw York. Tis of first tha Ken.dlvi- .
fltelt
m :: V PURELY VEGETABLE ; and barks, and does not injure sion of the fleet b expected to reach : You should have it at your club, at your -:
New York between April 20 and 25. .
?'t: t jJ't: the system in the least.Ve offer a I ':,

t.J: "it l. reward of $Iooo, for proof that it contains a particle? of mineral of any kind. If you, The many friends of' Dr. and Mrs. :i favorite saloon, and on your sideboard. ffii

,._;'fr1i. are suffering with this despicable and debasing disease, get it out of your blood with S. S. S >IT.S, M.Bonaker Perry will and ba of Mr.glad and to Mrs.learn C. .

!F i ; before it does further damage. We will gladly send our book with instructions for self that :Mrs. Perry-whose Ilness! recalled i .

..: 's treatment and any medical advice, without charge, to all who write.THE her daughter Mrs. Eonacke'r
/ j from South Florida, h now improVe A

ro1, :,:,; SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, ATLANTA, GA. ing. c MOOG i ii

.I Mrs J. Storm McGaughey will -ij
lp'l j t i l-j!
give a dance at the Club
/: \ \: "S,,, ,s ,, ,u, ,,,,,,,,, ,,, "n :n 'S'-"n ''S" I Monday night for Mia Country Nellie I
:! Ksyser
tepVli: ; :, ," .:: and her guests Miss Kit'by' and Miss: I : .] i tributer.g fI:


> ;?ant : Wholesale Liquor Dealer )

sailing! party aboard: Capt. Dixon B. I ,
h : {; : Former Mayor ol i Reed's boat Wednesday afternoon r
.["n", ; 0 f th C Civil W ar Pensacola. :: .for her niece Miss Neflke'Keys and Pensacola Fla.
her guests. S !I
iHlI .
:iy 1 :, :; W\,aa'' ,a '''O'r'''''1 ss 1aa'alaiAa .Xy'''OC1 'S J l C,tiayf t2tCSC "The Progress Club "euchre Wednesday -
_F ii-ti f
:; ; "- o ', night was a series of interesting 2 ll xMUluu
;4.r. .i ; During the war between the states, at the front, and miscreants who used, the jailer and made their escape; I games that culminateji,: in Mrs. .
r.. ?: pUblic'attention was so engrossed by the name of unionists! as a cover for I] others that they had been'rescued)'by.' !H. Cashman capturing the first prizea ------ -'

r' the tremendous events that were constantly the most cruel practices towards the ., their friends. (About noon a_negro, cut glass bowl. A small impromptu relatives' at the Navy Yard. They CLOCB.S:
C t' happening'! and the great families of their former into town who that,in to be the celebration
unprotected reported at -
ix i i r' .i1 tragedies of the battlefield, each one neighbors' added pillage, robbery and came crossing the mountain about four the euchre.dance was enjoyed after.: came of Mr.present P. J. Oerting who :. A good 8 day Parlor Clock. . . ... .. .. .. ... '.. .55.00
A
t 'jpress'.ng-: hard upon the heels of its insult! to the inevitable sufferings of miles out, he had seen .dead, this year, April 23, will celebrate his good 8-day Parlor Clock, with alarm 53.0C
P.4F: ; P predecessor and each one bringing is I I I I,I .some. Mr.. John G. Wood. returned Fri- 91st anniversary. 8-day Mission Clocks, 2.75 to. . ... .... .. .. .. ... ... . .55.00
Repairing at
men.A
reasonable
burden of angu 4Sh to the hearts ot party was formed, of which I.-was day from' a business ,trip to Cinch e prices.J.
thousands, so filled the public thought, one and taking the negro as a guide nati, Louisville and Nashville Miss Myra Adams of Baltimore, F. DAVIS, JEWELER, at COB'S Book Store.
that: many miner tragedies, whicli we went out. The road was,a roughone .' who for three months has been the J
!under ordinary circumstances would Y and shortly became trail and Mr. :Manuel Stagno, of th.9 firm of popular: : guest of her aunt Mrs. Jack
"{ have thrilled the heart, were slightly then disappeared. :AfteV. gong: up (rtagno. Bros.left, yesterday morn- Adams left Friday night for: home. '
noticed and soon forgotten. 4bw among the rocks about four miles; as, 1Ig'n the steamship Dinnimare for Quite a party of friends saw her The EOPLE'S SHOE STORELeader
i.. the had stated. to the merrily oft Insisting on an early return .
I remember an incident of this sort I negro we came the sunny Italian city; Genoa, wherehe .
'+;J :which from its peculiar character''' I place.! will visit his 1Qther.'and father. 0 I
made a deep and lasting impression: There we found the -bodies of the Mr. Stagno expects. be gone about
Mr. J. W. Bullock, Jr., left last in Low Prices
cpoa ala During the war I was for: six rohbers. Three of them were lying four or"five months-; -
t' }+t''! rr fi3n I night for Montgomery where uuWeiinesday 32 West Government.
amour> the rocks with -+--
time prone
tome stationed at a'post in ; ropes
11r -r e night next, at 8 o'clock
.''V, 4 :North Alabama, and it was there that Eg.Hti C2xr r, a z. around their necks and three others .Mr. and' Mrs. 'Harold :erting and in the Baptist church, he will Be -
*. 1 this occnrrence took place. It is well were hanging above them'suspended child, of Detroit MIchL,' are visiting
p married to Miss 'Ida'Katherine Ely
: sstir known that In the border .states, from the horizontal Ibm of 'an oak ,I '. '. of* that city. They will arrive in Pen PEED MELLEN'S CHICK FEED
,. ,. opinion and feed as wat-iiuch dividie !i about eight feet above the ground. sacola. the following "morning and
i: Friends and even brothers enlisted 2 three brothers, young lads,from 18 to which is being prepared for them To your newly hatched brood. Why fill their

4 In regiments on apposite sides and 22.The Mr.. J. D. Carroll leaves to-morrow little crops with meal or other soft feed that
the bitterness and personal hostility position of the bodies told'the night 'to be present at the ceremony
a t :: whichalways exist under such conditions story. The men had been hung with as best man. soon packs and sours, causisg! many fatalities,
1 : ,' became metre and more bitter. Ytl kY plow lines. Evidently three had been when a mixture of 20 kinds of seeds and grains
'. Tl Old feuds were reawakened and old hung first and after they were dead Blue Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla. will furnish all that
quarrels, revived. Men lived under had been cut down and' the other? Absolutely pure. Goes twice as far: nature requires to make
M '.7- high pressure in those days, humane forced to take their places. The as other kinds. them thrive.Telephone .
scene was one that fitted such a trage-
held ,
was cheaply and and
-: wrong
,'- ;.,r J+a outrage were of frequent occurrence. aM.'aJy'I I dy. The peaks of two mountains JUST BECAUSE F. S. MELLEN 6 CO. No. 334

tr3'; k',it, This division of sentiment existed 1 stood up on the right,hand.and on the your cough is only in the throat and -
II left between
; largely In Tennessee and extended in ; wad febrge, .with: no does not; trouble you now, don't think
i' some, degree to North Alabama Some W. 'ANDERSON trace tion. or indication of human habita that it'needs attention.. When it Keep the Mosquito Out !
i, .,ihe flne regiments in the Confed- Everything was rough, wild and has not had 'mu h of a start is the
cthe war. .Na'man's' cattle were safe savage, and the mental picture of time t f check it. The slightest
4 'era.army were recruited in NorthAlabama < cough Screen your office or house with Burrowe's 18-mesh
t [ but there were some who and .nO'' man's. 1ouse.'was safe. those three poor wretches, who stood easily leads to Pneumonia, Bronchitis ,
,idedl Trttb.. the union and who being I There was one band of six; three of there at midnight and witnessed theexecution yr and Consumption. A bottle of wire screens. They fit any door or window. Made m

,.r ? tliena ed in feeling from their neighbors I whom were brothers, who had gain- of their three'assodate3, aal1ar 's Horehound Syrup will cure hard wood, soft wood or metal. Sent on 30 days trial
because at last hostile in feelIng led notoriety py. the frequency and knowing that they were Inevitably to that cough. The price puts it within
"
towTirds them. ", boldness of ther! depredations. follow them in a few minutes, made reach of all Sold by all druggists. P. 0. Box 104-Phone 1015. Best made.
r :' ''hf'ai8.moving by night from placeto a mental picture of horror. that haunted = __ ..:3
Iti : Most 'of the able bodied men. were me for
place they would fall unexpectedlyupon years. ,
\
yt e g '' _. ,some is lated.'house. 'pillage: it There was never any explanationof tDavafIlD& Pursuit.
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'xt; and drive off the horses and cattle the tragedy. ''Probably 'men from '"Don't be so sweeping in your Judg NEW METHOD LAUNDRY
k
ASwellOxfordFor
9 and disappear; Attempts'were. made the settlement where the outrages ments. There's that prominent man I
.
to capture them, but, knowing the had been committed, had followed the '' ,
mentioned just' now, who I
Union Labor country and the-,by-roads: well,they always prisoners into town and had visited! am sure PHONE! 186 E.W. LAWRENCE, Prop. No. 8 WEST ROMAN* STM
HallI' has always pursued an upright life. .
itm', managed to elide,ther: pursuers. this sudden punishment Tipon ,tt In. $3.50The "That l may be, but he's never caught
At ,,length' emboldened, bY their es- The truth was never known'an'd't&eevent -- -.4
I if'-Baltimore B B MMMMHHM MMBMii M BB BKHEIBM mEMifii98flB BBM H
i ,. Room 1, Old Armory Building. i I' up with American.
I capes, they wire guilty of. an out- was soon forgotten amid ::the "Walk-Over"
A LODGE ROOM rage which roused,the,whole country; greater and more.stlrrlIi r-events whlcli name has Lumber Any.:Quantity Dressed.
mk I!{ against them. They: visited_ the,house marked the closing days of the"\war.: a significance it-" means Sarcaitlc. Rough or
'& sufficient to accommodate II i lof an old man; who lived'alonfe with W. B. ANDERSON. "perfection" in the "Shoe First Medical Man-My practice has .
tsy.- Jg. 75 people for rent at his to; young daughters: They 'seized doubled since I came to this town. Owning and 'operating our own saw mill we are naturally
L ,,uXt*S St reasonable rate. I. and tied, -the-old-han 'and .after GOOD JUDGMENT- World; It is the kind you Second Medical: Man-Oh, so you have in a position to make lower prices to the consum--
*' I l wrecklng!the h9 se' f MECHANICS r thing of value, they"attacked and men .We also supply paints, varnishes and all kinds of build-
b.I HEADQUARTERS 1fig 1 j, abused the two' girl.$' before. their and women.men- and Invaluable to;? to good business =- Your doctor and 'all his The absent are like ch ldren-belpJesl !I erg* supplies lowest prices. Let Us furnish you an estimate ,
fathers eyes.This necessary housewives family are able to wear good to defend themselves.-Reade. I on your needs.Saunders .
i. 'ii" Where employers can secure A. woman shows.good Judg ,
help. Office clerk in I outrage aroused the whole I ment when she buys White's' Cream shoes from the tax he im-
rb charge all the time. Phone country. Parties were sent out from Vermifugefor .her fcaby.. The best .w CHICKEN GUMBO AT UNION DEPOT -!! Mill Company
,
E ;r4. 776 and you' will be sup I the pqst Sand the band of outlaws. were worm medicine ever offered: tdu:moth poses upon you .for aring LUNCH STAND SATURDAY!! ,
:' y'Irt C plied. at length captured brought into' town ers. Many indeed are the sensible poor ones. NIGHT. FROM 8 TO 12 O'CLOCK., 1 j Phone 717.- 21 East Garden Street.
and imprisoned in
j the jail mothers, who i
write :
exprenlng.theirgratitude YOUR Movers WORTH OR YOUR
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BUILD HOMES 1 1I I I empty and the prisoners 'had 'disap children, which they owe'&the rise"of BOSSp'S ICE CREAM FACTORY, =-
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Fjctory Where Delicious Beverageis AND REVIVED IN 1905

I Made One of Florida's

'r Great Enterprises. The Largest Amount in any year in
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-.. the history of the Union Central In ad- '
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: dition to this the company made the '

Some{ Reasons 'for Widespread

Popularity of its. Sparkling following remarkable

Brand of Ginger Ale.


GAINS IN 1905Gain
There is established; in (Jacksonville
a factory in which not only
This new fire-proof building will be ready for occupancy May 1 to 15. that city has a pride, but the entire

A part of the space has already been taken, but the following is still for rent: state shares that interest to a very,:
large degree; as their celebrated; in Assets ____________________$ 5,865,221.67Gain
Double store in North end, carrying second'floor, each floor 43 x 120 feet. lid Rock Ginger Ale has a place inmost _____________
Freight elevator and stairs. every home in the state, and

Single store in South half, '21 x 120 feet. i their Rock trade and Say phrase it: Plain""Say Red is familial Rock, in I Income__________ ___"_________________. 1,096,968.15Gain

Entire South half of second floor. to every household." I" : I
Factory in Premium Receipts759,428.57
offices third floor each office with heat and Modes
Eighty on supplied light water. Taa plant ,of the Red Rock Co. is
The building fire-proof:throughout entirely modern in construction and |a model of its kind and is visitsa'l '

equipment, and second and:third, floors are reached by both'eleyatorand: stairs. |led i I Gaily spectators by a large, ; number of interest. I Gain in Interest Receipts_________________-: 337,539.58Gain

For further particulars address apply F. C. Brent over First National.Bank.iiio The factory has a floor space of, -
_. 10,000 square ,feet, and is equipped in Surplus _______________________________. 1,251,120.90
with the most modern and up-to-date

------------ -- -. -, -.- -, .- business.machinery known to ,the bottling Gain, in Number of Polieies'r! ';; 8,528
ThoroughlySanitary..
,..," Any one that has visited the ordinary
; in Amount of Insurance$17,27J,508.00
soda water bottling establishments Gain
cannot help but; be impressed ,.
with the great contract on.entering
,the Red Rock Factory.

ITNOlPAVE this Cleanliness'great plant is and the watchword it, must be in For. many years the Union Central has earned the

: maintained floors are thoroughly at in.any the operating cost scoured The department and Cement highest rate of interest of any American, company;,-


and cleaned formula every room day. everything In the laboratory is kept this, enviable record was maintained during 1905., The !

YOUR SIDEWALKS WITH THE scrupulously Red clean.Rock Career. I The Union Central also made great savings from low I
Red Rock Ginger Ale is not the
product of a day, a week or a year, expenses of management and favorable mortality. In I
but it is the climax of years study

: Pensacola Cement Stone Co.'s and MT. LQ experimenting HaganRed'; by Rock 1U. was founder originated death and expense rates, the Union Central is among

in Atlanta, where is now l cated the majjj;.. plant-usually". the lowest of all companies.,
signed as Factory No. 1. Floria'a,
CONCRETE PAVING.t who always tens in for her share .
of good things can boast of securing
Factory No.2. There are now in Assets, q ., $49,756,960.07Liabilities
course of .e t.ruction other .large
Factories, Joeated\ iI). New York, :: i '. ; 41289151.01
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Texas, and California, an&! there are f '
will never need repairing and you grandchildrenwill still others -,'in;'contemplation 'i:I Surplus. ', 8,467,809.06
''Red Rock is Pure.
find it in perfect condition. Our work don't Red Rock ia the only Ginger Ale' .
manufactured'yin the; South that is _

scale, settle in spots or hold water, they. look good absolutely its Ale own'ls 1mAI1eYfrom made plant.from, The start an average extract to finishin Ginger or-, B. S. WILLIAMS,

paste bought of supply houses: and:
and wear good.Miracle Ale from
the bottlers putting up an Fla
this may .conscientious. in believing GENERAL, AGENT Pensacola,
his ginger ale is a pure article,
Hollow' Building Blocks but most generally a chemical, analy2is -
will show such goods to be a
; capsicum product. The little Incident -
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are endorsed by the leading architects throughoutthe told of the pie ven 'er very aptly -
applies to some of the so-called. the blood
ot'blood in
tJon'Is paucity

country. They are rated in all cities 25 percent Ginger the ciferously boy Ales vender'Here's: "It calling was your a cold out hot very day Mince and vo- vessels that if of'Red the) stomach.Rock ,the remedies it is cause evident this the, An. Ideal' Heroine


s ,,&ovbrick or sing e Hc&w Stacks; Put ?t4'efface a s7mPathetic his:ag0ea2 eras crud Brullr; tmmedetcfy reaekd ; )Xrcufife,tcswJjJJen most,\>y removing dlraj7rpar. finds S' Winslow t
probably
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a coin was exchanged for a pie,,}' Red Rock, however in this! Barbara
,under house in of brick and no sooner had the customer tried its chief cause of popularity that ,
them: your 'place unsightly his pie than h'e called the boy back' fact-:...,hat is it. the one quantity beverage and? at

pillars. We guarantee, they',will cost no more and and\3al' said thought: /Ok you here said you this little was ras-a' can any'be Um'e''without taken effect.in any In the the slightest morning inju as RebelBy

hot wince pe-.it} is as coil as ice,rious after -it has no equal.It .
anOeye
look far better.CEMENT' The veaobr promptly responded-whythat's tone'up"the opener system, increases the ELIZABETH ELLiS '
what sort of a fool are you < drinker in good
the name of it." I appetite, and puts the At noon ..
duties.
Ideal Drink. trim 'for the day's ,
The | '
'Barbara anaBoring
meal it .givei u
c soft drinks taken just before the "There U wowUuog Cia. '
all the so-called of brave
Of girl
makes creature a
FENCE which ;
POSTlast such and that zest to appetite ceedingly winsome about i
none have secured speedy 6f the iteiij, tweet spirit, high
table one 'wchtneny
of the she a
Barbara H
Red the pleasures .
quick hold on the people as and f fascinating
Taken coinage
of life. of agjd,and
It has passed. the experiment-, chief enjoyments madcap moods and qualities."
forever and look well. Investigate. Rock.jij period-i is not a fad nor a creation -'with the meal it is a most wholesome Last yet at f feminine as"one could Chicago RtcordHeru1dBrmklynStavdardUawn
of one season kept to the front and delightful baverage. wish or imagine.
dint of continuous advertising inducing ,tly on retiring, it quiets the tired x;
by
OR trade by arousing curiosity, nerves' and composes the body for a i+ aka "Barbara is ODe 01 aLe
PLASTER ,CEMENT CAPS but it is so to speak'a stand by, and restful night. "Barbarawyuettishand mostwinwmeoltheseveat *
IS a drink' which is being eagerly!:i Beneficial; to Everyone.A betaken light-hearted and ak'r, teenth century: heroine we
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of beverages can t
number ; encountered is h-
sought by ,an appreciative publIc''l'he safety by but oaring in the face .aW have
less "
with more or gay rt
not far to seek. Rad Hon.
decoration. Any kind of marble reasons are and women, which are of danger and true u
for interior or Rock is absolutely pure. The wateri mature men to the growing cmldren tteeL" M Y.MaJ : j Detroit Fnt Press.
made absolutely pure and light. very harmful

cement work. Have you seen our imported marble The tottles Sirups are ,are clean double, and filtered everything, the .,Red Happily Rock.such From is the not age the when drink casewith :. A girl who masquerades in man's attire,fights a duel with s King's

about it is clean, pure and the child can be allowed to and tHen falls desperately in love with l him, is
i the mother's milk or purecold officer, disarming? him,
for interiors? I wholesome Red Rock has a de- ether than!
I'ghtful flavor is a gentle stimulantand water; it may with safety drink the heroine of this charming tale. Barbara is an entrancing creature
alcohol
for lehigh Portland Cement and Hyorated Portland lime Those a great conversant aid to digestion.with the practice Red ,Rock.as wall The as total the tonic absence effect of of- whether in petticoats or doublet and hose. Her acquaintance is well
Agents added to the fact that
I IPensacola cf medicine, know that Ginger taken the ginger worth making.
iu the stomach acts as a mild stimulant -it is prepared: with pure water thabeverage Illustrated by John Rae, $1.50
-thus causing an additional makes Red Rock"preeminently wSlsendtht boot, oslal'la'd,
child bookseller hasn't ii.llI publishers
innocent
flow of blood to that organ, whichlraduces'the :; for happy Jfyour ufo rteaft of prut
benefltting effect As hood.
one of the prime causes of indiges- For the aged it certainly stands DODD, MEAD & COMPANY

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Fi Factory r Located at Corner E, Wright Street and Ninth Avenue. f VISIBLE TYPEWRITERS 3

Co CIINTER LLNORt. PtiwJNw Machines Sold rented exchangedSee

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L '_ stomach wearied wIth| itsyears of effects: are serious. Red Rock leaves
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S C S'I WILL BE SOLD TO THE HIGHEST tura intended It should undrtake- before he took the drink. .
..?, MOSQUITOES getinto your house i BIDDER AT 12 O'CLOCK MONDAY, needs a stinwlani Among beverages These are a few of the many rea*
Vt.can furnish them CHEAPER NOW. APRIL 16, 1906. .-' and medicinei' nothing so sons for the popularity of Red Rock,
Supply of BRICK now,on hand. AND quickly producesthe desired? results J\ which has had such a phenominil
GET A PANAMA, $5.00, $7.50 as Red Rock. Other stimuknta tool sale in every territory it tks ben site
Phone.... 11 HG.. DeSiLVA... &...COVWVWV .....,. .. $10.00 AT STANDARD CLQTHINQ, '} << THE HOME OF RED ROCK I often contain .alcob f or'drags whose tmuced.aF. .
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Ij r i: 4 jImong the painter of animal life is also a wo- from a'letter to the Ro'man senate at painter of architectural scenes. It is

;* man-which is rather./odd. ,The. lady Is the,time of Jesus' first appearance in the, first time history a woman has .
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"t lL' Miss Lucy Kemp-Welch, a quiet reserved Jerusalem. The letter speaks of himas received. this order. .'
"{f'r. <;.il" English girl whose home and 'tall and beautiful, with blue eyes MARILLA.. : a 1

t' 'i Women At'tt.st.r studio are at Busheyi;',about,.an hour's and "wine colored hair! 1It also makes '4
tk 1 1'a train: Journey from London.. A mention of the marvelous works per- CHEEK INDICATIONS. 'f'i b rJ

t(,;t..i.".'.s-::. Lucy Elizabeth Kemp-Welch, born in fornied by him *;-"> *< .: Hollows and depressions in the 'i-'- a
.f 4 {.';' Bournemouth, England, ia'now, thirty-, : T table as'a'modeler rge animal iir signs 'of Weakness, and no .1
bi, ". ,, "" I.- six years old. She obtained her art fignre|. is Miss Anna" Vaughn-Hyatt tion |'S to be made in reading the
+; .1.:T ,*";. ;,*f'ft HAT Kate Greenaway was could not resist caricaturing the models.So education at the school of Hubert Her- the scuiptor: a .Massachusetts girl who acter Indications of the cheeks. i

;:1 ...,y.; W Grace to English art Illustration she'gave' up the.serious aspect of komer at Bushey. Force and power now has her studio in New York city. The mature woman with ,
Gebbie
\1: ... :>t:., of Wlederselm her budding aspirations and happily are the striking features'.of her work; That Judge of people and things, Thomas round cheeks Is usually of a chec I I Ih
,. Philadelphia is to that for the world confined herself to addingto W. Lawson '
) horses are among her favorite models. pronounces her one of
happy nature. She
not
of America, except that her may
field issomewhat
-t\-); different Mrs. Wiederseim its gayety and joyousness by making When a child she did not do,the conventional the most successful living delineators deeply intellectual; but she is
pictures of Mother Goose children. doll and doll of animal life. He has given her vari-
'+ I playing dressIng
and is not afflicted with
Js the mean
whole world's Mother Goose
'& The old propensity to make comic which are considered the strictly ous commissions. Miss Hyatt first came r.
Dp the other hand, the ,
a.rt1st."I always was Mother long
a Goose faces .remained with her. Unlike any proper amusement for little girls: In: into notice 'by the massive .and power-
rid "
thin
f cheek is often marked
t girl Bays' Mrs Wiederseim. a
V Though other artist in the world, Mrs. Wieder- stead she would lie' upon the 'floor ;for ful pair of bulls modeled for the out- l i t r
Istic of the i ,
who J
man or woman
'" 1 the talented young woman is married, seim ,is'her own model. Suppose she hours sketching imaginary''animals: I j
.\\P. :9d to this $& she has the face of a merry, desires to represent a Mother Goose ways looking for'the worst. Very .
.t. '' with a pencil upon any old kind of paper cheeks, that owe'their roundness j1
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4ti. undoubtedly child. She simply, looks into the mir- '
she got hold of. Later he:had a .
\ ;:. "* a early the same with her to the end ror' and makes a face at herself, a number of live and development of the' bony structure .
small -
> pets with this '
& : though thfrttve to be a hundred. dicate long life. .,
grotesque image, of the kind which 1. ,
menagerie at hand she entertained} herself di
i t.f; t'1 x The little Quaker City girl was a bornvl used to send her infant playmates into for hours The hospitable cheek Is round ., l r tiJ
making 'ot.Us
((1&" humorous caricaturist When a child fits laughter. She retains the pose, pictures full In the lower.part The
animals. These her first studies .A Ci
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rJt .. ;' lne< amused and scared by turns her so to speak,, and 'rapidly sketches the from life.Connected. always a roost charming hostess J
';l r h ta pBrm6tith the grotesque faces she mirrored caricature upon paper. Aft- never so happy as when
if'1'': made,, 'that was how,jter.art first expressed erward she finishes |tt and uses it for with the studio at the'backof Vyf 6u her friends. High cheek bones do ))1Fk
; rt<';; i Itself-making,iac**.. ,As she Bopeep or, Boy Blue or some other of her house is a glass Inclosure in : of necessity betoken a wicked and !

f.- ,Q" 'ii1m' ;. grew plder she decid&i, be an artist the immortal Mother Goose people. which are Confined the, horses'and other .t c. ricious nature, though there is

1 rq Naturally! it wall.:t lgb, art" that "And somehow I never seem to.make animals her virile conception .seizes.on ? c universal superstition to this effect
iI 'q t l flrit fitted her fancy,* but'even. when the same face twice," says the unique and her skilled hand transfers 'to can-
fl "..:s t l In the drawtef1 school she illustrator. vas. Once a racehorse, got.outand[ .ran LENTEN WEDDINGS.Those .
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& r back $o his glass stable. Again,".while son are naturally averse to holding
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fl :) her severely but that was nothing when again, do not regard Lent as a
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+SEJ picture of "Herring Gulls "on the Coastof !ding Queen Victoria was of this .
South Devon." "While"she was'busyat : bf thinking, and royal weddings

this picture on'the'seashore at times solemnized with Jier consent .

t the tide would come .gin: and take: her x course. Not unfrequently i '

unawares, just at the mentthe birds or circumstances render it _
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O,9 were in the most favorabl;rfposltton. for a' wedding to take place in
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fi. s shoes and stockings and stood where Is set at rest by the wedding 1
Vii she i strictly quiet one, devoid of -, .
Jbw was till the rising waves threatenedto any
door.' decorations of the St. Louis exposition : '
,\ sweep her off her feet altogether. play whatever. Be this as it may mar'f
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i At the Portland fair .
a group ,
One of her noted pictures, Is general desire with brides elect q
-4 ; ? xy 1n LordDundonald's of ... .;
huge-and lifelike
elephants testifiedto \
r' w "Dash on Ladysmith""dur.ing .. be married before or after, rather i
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during Lent.
the Boer-war. To get material for The old proverb
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rr- her "Colt Hunting In the: New Forest", Hyatthasha in Lent and live to repent," is not
f : ::elephant spurt a shower ol '
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Miss Kemp-Welch herself ,rode on seriously these enlightened days t
saliva upon her through its trunk, and I
horseback ,days 'and.. days .in the'-NewForest a.camelspit at her which it did quiteas yet there is a latent: feeling: that '
be
may something in it which a
W successfully as the elephant though the rush, both before and after -'
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Oakley, has .brides to the altar. >
I : bJ. t: tt v distinguished; herself in animal however. seems to be'the workhorse ,
efi.y mural paintings. ,She waS selected .to which has never In,America received I CHILD'S; PARTY FROCK.
decorate the walls of the governor's reception n HOW TO RETAIN GOOD ;
the attention it deserved as a f! frock tiny fuL
illustrated is of baby blue de chine. On the
crepe
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room the new statehouse.at art subject woman who longs for social I
'I ruffles headed with a band of insertion. The long waisted bodice U
Harrisburg, Pa. She chose 'a:historic Mrs. Sully James Farnham cess should always; be cheerful.
has
theme, the development of religious lib, the unusualjn accomplished is' the keynote of social success. I:. with lace, which also trims the square Dutch neck.
becoming
t a i
erty, finally illustrated the ,settlement successful sculptor without much of the not laugh loudly, and do not giggle !
: ..bi W3 of Pennsylvania by William Penn, the I preliminary foreign training .of the ordinary let your eyes sparkle and your the title -mademoi viding dinners to such of the poorer

f/ ? i\i Quaker.. There are thirteen separate! art student. Four j-ears ago she tenance show. that you feel be abolished,, and all wo children in the lower standards whose
panel pictures in the frieze. of the gov- was very ill and durjog. 'tedious con- .If. you are tired stay at home. If from the earliest parents are' not able to afford them

? ernor's room. In the beautiful' church .vilescence her husband brought her ''eats the right food and drinks the proper meals at home. In some ol
of j All Angels, New York I !ity, is a>remarkable some modeling materials herewith to beverage one will be in a good these institutes no charge is made.
rf piece of mural work by Miss while away the time. Like a flint sparkin Vivacity and wood spirits are PARTY. while in others 2 cents a meal) is con

I Oakley. It Is a splendid :altar piece tinder this struck fire Tocher waiting muscular. The woman: who is bays' I sometimes tributed by the parent toward the cost.

-c- i representing the Ascension and the attendant artistic talent and she began work In fully tired will never be vivacious. was such.a thing as a

1"t-* heavafily host.. '''MiSS;. Oakley earnest. Her best known piece so far muscles must be exercised and i which,, whether: organ PHILOSOPHER.

has her home and studio at-- Villa Nova, is 'the. soldiers and sailors', monument t This: gives a certain lightness to i should at :.Ieasf be con- A SIMPLE sunshine than

Pa. at .Ogdensburg N. Y. Mrs. Farnham. physique. 'Beautiful women are i I duties, aims and power. There's heaps more days of

# 1 Miss Mary Tilllnghast. America's famous lives at Great Neck N. Y.. hart workers, and are always i I sternly aloof from all An1 there I have ever is of doubts rain, about the joy
:3 artist in stained glass has recently hope and cheerfulness. That is the and work my
: An American woman sculptor and wo I solely and with bein' lesser than the pain.
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completed a noble work entitled they retain their good looks."MADEMOISELLE" for less fer
M St man's rights have alike enjoyed a triumph fortunate wo- It's easy, pretty easy, to take Sorrow
,t.4 Paul Preaching." The scene, is at in the acceptance by the Metropolitan I insisting that polit( yer wife .
t Athens and none of th& fenllnlne sex Art museum of New York of TO GO. should pledge them Bat, bless my stars. I'd rather be V*

'% ;' is represented among the beers of the Adelaide Johnson's portrait bust of Susan Married ladles in France who I I hundred and one reforms good in love with life!

'r< T ; apostle who' did not like women,.::.The B. Anthony. The bust''l? a beautiful young are sometimes by mistake !I see,to be so*nec ua.ry. "'
hl1 MADELEINE LUCETTE RYLEY, 'f LAYVVPIGHT.Beginning coloring is indescribably rlch.and'iplendiO. one expressing the power and mademoiselle, and unmarried ladies i: Don't tell me thet yer troubles come

: < "I't' .. Above the head:of .the saint" in* lofflnes that sixty years'-'4ghting for are'no l longer young are apt at : ,, CHILDREN IN' likewise all yer tears after them seine-
; Without runnln'
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as a singer In comic.opera airs. Madeleine. Luoette_Ryley' grad stead of the ordinary.halo or. n yer
ri&e3i bus. J a principle would naturally carve upon be styled madame. Women SWEDEN what fer it appears
hated into playwriting in which she has been I
remarkably successful She Is a burst of rainbowllkeJ1cht ,through a human 'face. The bust[ was pre pet mind these little slips, but the problem feeding Thet what you want in this here worldyer
was born In London and made her appearance'on '
first
<; : the stage! when fourteen a thin veil of cloud. The piece* Is,isFL r fFented to the museum by 11, n and Mrs. Feminist league of Paris takes ,of the very .poor, during I pretty apt to get;
; -Si: years:.old. Her Madeleine Luc tte.: ;
stage name was On her marriage to J. church I If jo;
a window in Yonkers. !' Ter don't I notice. yer
B [Murray W. Ferris.Auspicious another view of the matter. It is solved:in ,a Joys come
i-Y : very simple i
i ..: RIle,comedl n.she added the Ryley.} She created the title.role in the corm During her much rummaging'for IA- stay home; an" set!
i for oman in German aartis'the'bestowal ri ned' decree to the effect i those schools which
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't *J .opera of,"'Patience.Her first successful play was "Christopher, Jr.." in which I I torte Information of ih@ aiii'Cn 1sfr : :t by EmpercfTVillla-m order to place women on.a social in domestic in- There's too much trot tin' after pain an'runnln'
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e 11 John Drew was the star "14.iceand Men' is 9tb er Jher. well and I ; economy i after strife.
; 'i J. .of known prolives saints
martyrs, rMieTllllcghr :
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who
hillsepev feminine Itjrwith are styled left
partial ,
the older ,
i '!4. l"''i lailitiai; ,. J.ka.. 'E"tlq In London. 1 too ; men ;I' girls the food: Let's chase the sunshine an' the JOy
'''-1) -'"i.;: 71 discovered a description, -the- R.mOJW. :(talent o{ anx; kind-cl the Order of, '\\.bater,, their ae and whether i '..pupils Ja used' in Rro-I I fall is love frithL' ue.

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