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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 17, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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VOl. IX NO. 92.. PENSACOLA FLORIDA, :TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 17. 1906. PRICE 5 CENTS ;'

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I THE ,RA LINGS CASE LEADERS OF; SPRINGFIELD.; I II HOUSE[- -1A- 1SSES' ORDER! FELLOWS GRAND 'j



FINALLY DECIDEDUnited I MOB ARE UNDER ARREST LODGE WILL MEET TODAY

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IMPORTANTBILLS ,.

States Court Four of the Men Who Participated in ";
Supreme IMPORTATION OF.6OLO .

Affirms Decision. of, Triple Lynching Apprehended--Gov'r.: HOT SHOTS A R[ The Grind Elects Encampment Officers and Convenes Then _;




Georgia Courts. : NOT *Folk Will Send Troops if Needed. ,I H HANDED N [ O OUTBYMAYOR T Tf Adjourns. 'j



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THREE WILL HANG Measure to Increase Limit of H
By Associated Press. \1 t'the same road. The third is Dan; CROWD IS LARGE

Springfield( Mo., April 16.-\Four!!:; Crane, son. .of. D. D.. Crane a well!
T POSSIBLEIf [ men are now under arrest here charged '!' known' saddlery merchant Crane I l Loans by National Banks Among f R RIn

with bein'g the leaders of the mob I+,1 l moves in the' best society,, 0. Hall !,
Running Freight Trains in Geor- that !broke into the county jail on Saturday -!:1 the last nian, arrested. Is a police Those Disposed of. Thomas C. Watson of Pensacola i

night and hanged and burned![ court character.: ,Crane and Hall are ,
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gia illegal on Sunday. three 'negroes. Two of the alleged still in jailCannefax'went. '
Sec rateryShaw's Plan to Allow I mob leaders are in jail and two have i to Sheriff Horner Technical Debate the Railroad Statement Elected d to High Office. ;
on He
'been released on bond. today ands inquired how much damage I II t I Severely Arraigns

SUPREME COURT DISMISSES; CASE Withdrawals from Sub- Chas. Cannefax and Ony GaIfry had been done.bY,the mob.on sheriff's ti i I !
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were. the first, men arrested Canner i I'properity. .,Cannefax was Informed I II Rate Bill. the Pensacola ADDRESS OF WELCOME WILL BS ;

OF SUPT. SEARLE, OF SOUTHERN Treasury is Adopted., fax has been a pool room proprietor!I 1 that it would' amount ,to 1000. HeI DELIVERED AND RESPONSE .
but is at present employed in the SLj i I then said a collection would be taken Water Company.
WANT OF JURISDIC-
FOR Louis and ,San Francisco railroad I: up to repair the loss but his offer was RESOLUTION OFFERED. BY SENATOR MADE AFTER WHICH THE
yards. Galfrey is 'switchman for!' flatly refused by Sheriff Homer. t
TION ANCIENT DIVORCE By Associated Pres-k I i f TILLMAN PROVIDING FOR GRAND LODGE WILL TAKE UP
New: York REFERS TO DISAGREEMENT: BETWEEN
April ,16 SecretaryShaw's II
WRANGLE OF HADDOCK VS. I INQUIRY BY FINANCE COMMITTEE THE BUSINESS BEFORE THE ;
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"'plan to allow National Banks Three Killed by Deputies HIMSELF AND CHAIR

HADDOCK DECIDED IN FAVOROF to forestall the arrival of their ,gold RELATJVE TO CAMPAIGN BODY ENTERTAINMENT ON
MAN
INGRAHAM
OF BOARD OF
THE WOMAN.By imports by ,the, withdrawal of its CONTRIBUTIONS THE BAY THIS AFTERNOON.
equivalent in cash. from the United During Riot at WindbcPa.. BY NATION'ALBANKS ''SAFETY-.;DECLARE ONLY REM ,

tales sub-treasury on deposit therein EDY IS .j.
TO BUILD NEW
WATER
Associated Press. of bonds as. security was much The twenty-second grand encamp.
Washington: April 16.-The case of I: dicussed in financial districts .to-day I By Associated Press. The riot was the result of an attempt SYSTEM. ment of the Independent Order of
I Some of the private banking houses 16.-In riot on the part of striking miners!
J. G. Rawlings and his sons Milton I Johnstown Pa., April a I By Associated Press. Odd convened yesterday
to some of their comrades who Fellows,
which deal in foreign exchange and rescue
Jessie and Leonard was decided today I which have been accustomed to import r I| at Windber, near- here tonight three had been placed under'arrest Washington, April 16. Today was I I corning at Rafford Hall with a larg :.

by the Supreme Court' against gold _d'eclared'that so, long as: foreigners were shot dead by deputies A state of terror prevails. Sheriff I,I '' The burning of the Warren Fish attendance and much enthusiasmwas
"suspension" day in the house and a
Rawlings. The case was a criminal I the secretary's plan remains in, a. boy fatally wounded and Eugene I Begley has been summoned and an.I .' 'Company building yesterday morning manifested.

proceeding against the four men re-, operation ,they will be unable to Delany, a mining engineer takento It appeal made to Governor"" Pennj--' number of important measures were.I I I caused a discussion of Pensa- Pensacola is crowded with Odd
I further Importations. the hospital seriously hurt. I packer tor troops.REVIVAL ccla's ,,
passed notalble them being the protection against: fire in official -
siding in Lowndes count, Ga.,on the I among Fellows their wives, sons and

charge of murdering, two children, I 0 bill permitting the withdrawal: from circles, especially as far as the'II daughters, and for the next three
members of a neighbor's family nam- water pressure is, concerned. i I days during the session of the
ed Carter with whom Rawlings hada TO BE TREATED FOR SERVICES bond tax free, of domestic alcohol Mayor Bliss was seen in reference 1 I Grand Lodge of the order, nothing ia

feud. It is charged they employeda R RESIGNATION[ I N or when rendered unfit for a beverage or
to the
matter and he !
negro named Moore to murder the: MORPHINE HABIT ARE SUCCESSFUL gave out the i too good for the visiting delegates
entire family and that some membersof liquid or medical uses by mixture with following statement anent the sub and their relatives and friends. All

the Rawlingws family: accompanied suitable dematuring material, the 1 ject: II Pensacola extends them a welcome

him to the Carter residence on the LARGE: CONGREGATIONS GREET amending,national trade-mark law and I "I have always favored fire drills I::: which is sincere.

night( of the tragedy Only two chil- CASTRO NOTUNDERSTOOD By Associated Press. the 'bill forbidding the importation;to test the pressure of the Pensacola I I The Grand l Lodge will convene this
dren came from the house and they REV. BUTLER AT PALAFOX
were killed. Greensboro N, C., April '16.Dr.J. and carriage in interstate commerce I IJ Water Company. A few weeks ago!I morning at 9 o'clock and the addressof ;

On trial the four defendants were B. Matthews recently convictedof STREET METHODIST of falsely stamped articles of gold, vrhen the city council passed a resolution welcome to the city will be delivered

found guilty and all excepting Leonard murdering his wife by injecting CHURCH.. etc. to purchase the plant of the by Mayor Charles H. Bliss and

were sentenced to. death He was N [R strychnine Into her veins and whom I,I water company I sent the following:an address of welcome in behalf of
A bill was, passed to Increase theof'
given a life sentence. The Supreme ,was sentenced to 'twenty years im- The revival services at 'Palafox letter, to Chief Bicker: the order will be delivered by W.
loans
Court of affirmed the'verJ'ct limit by National! Banks: \toy
Georgia ,
rrisonment, was t<>G'a)'"' released Street church began Easier Sunday The Letter. .,. A_, Blount Sr., Past Grand. The
of the lower court and the case'was allowing. National Banks to loan ten
taken the federal courts under bond of five thousand dollars. under most ,auspicious:.circumstances. : "March 5th 1906. pleasure of reply has been delegated

tions to of discrimination in on selectingthe allega- General Jpinjflf Venezuela is given by his father and mother. He Large congregations: greetetf..the pastor -,j let cent.of J.h.e.Ir; capital! and, ten per "'w. R. Bicker,: ..Chief FireDepartment .. to1 Grand JJaster,A. C. Binkleju,., --.!
sanitarium to oe both morning and evening.. The cent of their surplus to any person,
taken to a
trIal jury, in that all professionalmen I, will be City. Three Sessions Held
were excluded. that Retirement is treated for the morphine habit.1' the church evening was service.filled to SJnging overflowing by the at firm or corporation '"'Dear Sir-You are hereby instructed Three sessions of "the "Grand Encampment .

The court today sustained the dec'- SEND MORE congregation together' with the earn- to carry out the fits drill were held yesterday. One
eion 'of the state courts holding the FOLK WILL TECHNICAL DEBATE ON
menhad not been Temporary.WillemsteX TROOPS IF NEEDED est preaching of the feospel- by the contemplated several weeks ago; in the morning another in the after
deprived of
constitutional rights. any Rev. J. Barney Butler who is doing RAILROAD RATE BILL You will suppose* that the Warren noon and the other at night when
Jefferson City 'Mo, April' 16.-On most of the preaching has ,caused .1
Fish Company's fish-house is on the exemplification of degree work
___.uUu By Assoclated Press.. leaving St. Louis this afternoon Gov-, great interest in the revival and..the Washington!! April 16.=-A speech on .. .
RUNNING TRAINS ONSUNDAY are southweswind feature. In the time intervening -
that
I : Island of Curocoa ernor Folk made for the followin membership is looking forward to a the railroad rate bill by Mr. Heyburn, and a strong was a
ILLEGAL I' is blowing which is the *tl between the afternoon and
truly gracious series of meeting.An in pr
April 16.-(Passengers arriving here: statement: of Idaho advocacy of his court I
two I : feature was the interest wind in this section of the sessions the delegates were
to-day from Venezuela 'say that the: "I am now advised that about encourag'ng review amendment led to more than vailing evening ,
Washington 16-The "
April Supremecourt action of General.Castro in retiring hundred of the leaders of the Saturday -' manifested in the morningservice country. You are to throw twt)I tendered a trolley ride over the city
today dismissed for want of two hours technical debate'in the sen
the in favor of Vice- night mob are known. I have in-, )yesterday. number ofbusinessmen them.
jurisdiction: the case of J. N. Searle from presidency streams of water on Baylen street t which was greatly -enjoyed by:
President Gomez ,Is not clearly under structed General Clark to arrest these were present. The: evening ate today. :1 IAt
against the state of Georgia, involving on the fire and to protect shipping the same time an opportunity to
stood in Venezuela but the gen-, men and place them in jail. If an attempt service was also marked by that deep Mr. Tillman at the opening session I sl
the of the : state 1 the magnificent residence of
validity Georgia and the other fish-house Just thfside see
cral opinion! seems to be that his I is made to resuce them and more earnestness which assures a success offered a resolution providing for in I
law prohibIting'runnIng freight trainson retirement is only temporary. I troops are needed I will send the first ful meeting. Meetings will be heldl quiry by the committee on finance of of there as the case may be. !SPensacola was preseatert.:
Sunday. Searle is super'ntendentof : General Castro has gone away as, regiment and light battery 'A,' of St. each day at 10 a. m. and 7:30 I On Palafox street you will protect t t The following la the program carried
the Southern Railway and as such a private citizen unattended and Louis. General Clark will communI- Seats are free and the public will Tiewelcomed. l contributions by National banks to the Barge Office and the shipping but yesterday

nit indicted tried and found guilty raying regular: fare on the railroad.; cate with me at the Planters Hotel." I campaign come tttees. 10 a. m.-Session of Grand Encampment .
of violating::; the law. 'He took the His wife has 8l0her'a about the wharf there with a stream:
case from the 'Ilabersliam county The_ resignation gone or the Venezuleancabinet ) 'I of water and will protect the Saun- at Rafford Hall.
courts) to the Supreme Court of the ders Fish Co and their fleet with 2 p. m.-Afternoon Session of
is aIm causing speculation.
state -\ .... ... '...... ./ another stream of water.
which affirmed the sentence of Gomez has not appointed successorsso ...... ... Grand Encampment.
the 1 lower court "... 'You are instructed to insert the>
Searle
then appealed cabinet is still in -
the old power. ; 4 p. m.-Trolley ride over the city
that have been made for
to the '.... couplings
Supreme Court of the United ...
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the next to the nozzle and city.
: purpose
Scales| with the result 'given. The .
., in of the : of 'Beautified
to m.-Exemplification
effect of today's decision leaves in DIED BESIDES IM Co place a guage each one 8 p.
farce the dec'sion: of the Georgia court. 7o CogyF /,' four and to make a record or havea Degree Work of the Subordinate
; record made\ ; of the actual pressure
ff aeE E VP eE EHrrA. Encampment at new Odd ..el.low's
DYING WIFEFort T A'1 i shown on the guage; at different
SUPREME COURT DECIDES I t CTS kNo1N Tsts periods of the drill. Hall, corner Belmont and
is
ANCIENT. DIVORCE CASE, Alt. 7itE ? rBE-r7TvvbR "The time of this drill is left to Baylen street. .
II 1/ ( SEAJ SfEX
i / ( \\ Any 7ugNs Rl LN you to fix, but I instruct you to Officers Elected.

Washington April 16.-In an op'n- Dodge la:, April' 16.-M. S. I 7 y' olt,! M At 1. 0 lUgryT K.' AVrufN PRoca55J A form the members of the board iIJ'1 I Before adjourning the following
lon by Justice White of the Supreme Stegner a well known veterinarian SERVE R myself] that we may be present wl' nt '
Court of the United States today, theca stooped over the bedside of his dj-- r .St I P PkDoryYflb pP it occurs. j i officers of the Grand Encampment
,,, elected for the
to ens*
serve
e of Jphn W. Haddock vs. Har ing wife to catch her: last words today 11 12 c, ut: 'Kindly have this test and drill I were
riett\ Haddock divorce proceedings: ; instituted and dropped dead! besides her. 1 J (wain 7RttD1bSt Nt IPI. carried out at jour earliest possible ing year:
in I convenience Thomas C. Watson, Pen acola
the courts of New York / '1' t
was decided in favor of the woman.]!' PAT ".'Yours respectfully, Graaa: :! Pratriach; W. H. J. Taylor,
The Haddocks were marred: in 1868( WONI 'CHAS. H. BLISS, Key West Grand High Priest; }'
ROSENBEN 'Charles Fredrickson Pensacola,
and the husband claimed he had ben Major.1"A
Grand Senior Warden J. W. Bland-
J'4y ;
Disagreement."A
an unwilling participant to the ceremony '* AiS
He said; in\ his answer to the S]I CARTER HANDICAP / time was fixes! for drills and:: ing, Gainesville Grand Junior Warden
woman's !tAt / I i notice was given the Board of Pub;> ; A. M. Cushtuan, Gainesville
that left immediately
complaint he \ lic Safety, at. a meeting! a day: pre-',Grand Scribe; C. D. Rinehart, Jacksonville -
were aftE'jthe marriage rites i i i : 'viousl( Chairman Ingraham of the. Grand Treasurer. '
performed and during all the "
Associated Press. r board placed another member in the Grand Lodge Session
t: By
three me that times intervened tIn has seen her only t Acqueduct" L. I.;- April 16.-In the .f chair and spoke against the fire, The Grand Lodge of the order will

Carter Handicap for a purse of ten J test at great length. I spoke in far take possession of matters to-day
11J81 Haddock. secured a divorce thousand Collars, for three year olds Moatd nor of the test and each of ushad and the following] is the program:
in the state of Connecticut where he furlongs, Rpseben\, backed 77f15 the floor several times, I contended 9 a. m.-Address of Welcom on
then rE1'ded and, in 1882 was married up from seven 3 to 1 to even won with 15 So M that it is the duty of the board to behalf of the City of Pensacola bye

there to another woman. Tb@;: New Cross, four to one second TTER, '1 NAN acquiesce in all efforts to test th ,,Major C. H. Bliss.
York supreme court held the second Southern and Knight third, Time\ 1:25: 1m'! [ oiN4 Tu PARIS / pressure of thwater company and Address of Welcome on behalf of

marriage ceremony illegal and declared Red. 0 I let the council and the citizens know the Order by Hon. W. A. Blount, P.
2 5.
the 'first t wife! still his legal wife r Ii 23 fF.r .t the: exact conditions. Mr. Ingra'G
and directed: Haddock to pay an an- FoINf ham stated that. it would be unwise! 'Response! by Grand Mas.tr A. C

nuity of' $;SO. That finding was sus- LA. E : to make such tests and let he BSnkley.
lamed; by the supreme: court decision SHREVEPORT: o F tttAc.RAND ""' world know the weakness of our 10 a,. m.-opnlag Session of the ",

tOday which held that :Mrs.! Haddock protection against fire, especially at i Grand Lodge.
Was without the jurisdiction of the. BANK SUSPENDS this time when the city had the purr, 12 noon-Excursion around Bay ,
Connecticut court. i I Si1Ao chas of the water company un/Jer/ and lunch at Life Saving Station. :
Justice White, in deciding the case ; YJa ; consideration."I 7 p. m.-Evening Session of the i
laid! down the general principle that a argued that this was the timeto !: Grand Lodge. .J.J'I'
state In which only one party to divorce -' By Associated Press make such tests and thus possibly 8 p. Exemplification of Sub .J
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proceedings resides has no rlgat' Shreveport ,. La., --April 16.-The ( prevent the city buying a junk pile, ordinate Degrees at new Odd Pel ::1:1'jIOW's
to dissolve a marriage wh'ch: all other suspension of the Merchants and I I t( and at the same time demonstrate' Hall by Degrea Team of Pen- 1
states must respect. Farmers bank for, liquidation! was announced i I i i to'the Baylen street wharf people Lodge No.' 4. to which all
Justice Brewer and Brown united to-day 'by the' president A I i l what they are getting for their''I 1 members of Subordinate Lodges, 1
in a desseating H. Leonard. The assets exceed 'the money. I made the statement thatI !both local and visiting are cordially 1
opinion, which was delivered -
by 'Justice Brown.. They 4fiabiiies]|! nearly one hundred.. and. I did not believe the water company! invited. )
took the seventy thousand dollar l had pre.ssure enough to throw wateron .! It was announced by the committee 5
position that the Connecticut r
top of the fish house. This morning: having the matter in charge that
to divorce was regular and entitled! -- \ I II I I was informed by one of the firemen owing to the limited accommodations J
dUe TALK ON '
credence in other states. '! INTERESTING ., I; that! the pressure would hardly, the excursion! and fish dinner .'
Ion Justice Brown declares in his op'n-:': CHRISTIAN SCIENCE .. j:i throw water over twenty feet, which I ito be tendered the Grand Lodge of
| that the court takes backward step ,' ., !i substantiates my statement to the'I ii i|Odd Fellows at the life saving 6taJ -

this direct'. n. Justice Homes! also Rev. Arthur R. Vosburgb, 'C. & B.. j.- .. !!: board. i J tion to-day will be exclusively for
Dissented from the .opinion: of the of Rochester, N. 'Y:." member: of the : =- I I Other Weak Points. members. of the order and Rebekahs.

COurt, but delivered an independent Christian ,Science ,Lecture Board of "This is not the only week pointin ,I A session will be held this evening .'
op:nion. Her said the result of the.,de- tbe' First Cnurch of',Christ ScientistIn ; the Pensacola Water Company.i at 7 o'clock and the subordinate degrees -
clition would .be to'legitimize ;Jiany Boston JMass,,' 'preached at the IF WALTER WELtCIAN RE.\LLYG TO THE NCRTH'POLE IN HiQ BALLOON! IT MAY OPEN UP There are others nearly as bad. will be exemplified by a degree

nudren, tut added! that' he would not Universallst church last l nIght. He FUTURE LIFEINSURANCE The only remedy for the whole mat-j team of Pensacola! Ixnge No. 4. The
KO so far,as to predict that civ'llza- was introduced by \W,A!. Blount. Jr.. THE WAY-TO .SOME FUTURE.JOmrp. WHEN HE WANTS: TO HIDE-AXD AlBO'rCf-THE>, ter is the building t'a new watewort r Grand Lodge will convene at Rtffort

\on would come to an end whatever nud was listened to with interest by GET INVESTIGATED. -, ten." Hall on Garden street.
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; years remarkable The coming years seem big; With opportunities -

-Ci1' ,/' ,'I I'nf on April 18, 1896-just 10 years ago. This was growth in buying power and service to us and while the many remarkable
7'' the first 5 and 10 .
; cent store south of the Mason
t ". and Dixon Line. to the'public is almost without precedent in the values we have been able to offer in the past

merchandising world.Kress' seem each time to have reached the limit, still
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t An intimate knowledge of the world's greatest ; each day brings new opportunities and
,; : : specials are famous in 50 cities we
-I\ r.j: markets, a keen watchfulness for advantage- and are always quick to take advantage of them.
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14'' .. vli'>i ous buying opportunities, liberal purchases and as the chain of stores adds new links we .grow Our confidence in this section of the country

\! careful attention to every detail affecting the stronger in our power to buy better qualities of is strongly evidenced by the fact that in thepasttwo

hj-c-ifft; / sale of these goods through our stores: these goods at lower prices and extend the benefits of years we have made leases,ranging from

-,,>1', -* "* have been the prime factors in the of
;-|' growth Kress values more and more to the people. 10 to 15 years which bind us to pay a rental of
:Tfji!<" sr the Kress chain of stores.
?f.5i'SI9U We want you to celebrate our 10th anniversary more than three-quarters of a million dollafs.Not .

"l -, It has always been our aim and problem to one dollar's worth of auction, bankrupt
with
To
{: 'r' .! increase the quality and value ,of article us. show our appreciation of thepatronage
an sales. or so called "job lots" goods has ever

;; :. ., R rather than: barter for a cut-price cost. This, that has made possible this immense entered our stores-and never will! Job lots

'1.1'; T t will explain many of the remarkable values that business we inaugurate aDays' have not the quality nor the quantity that our

rfftd daily appear in the Kress stores. business demands.

!i f I .!:-ii; I The one management for 50 stores cuts out 10 10th t Anniversary Sale Our first requirement of every manufacturer

,lafia.' : r a lot of needless waste and expense and can (April.,.18th ,to 28th) ,is that his goods must possess "meritand we

tf' .;14;' : afford to sell at much smaller profits than any with values that even in a Kress store will be are always ready to back up our confidence'in

: "I 'f.'f'' r' t. one store could afford. the intrinsic: value of every article sold in a
considered
ll"- r'J; ;: f I We are the largest buyers of enameled ware remarkable. Kress store. We exchange' any goods, refund

'.. ': ; ,& in the world. We also buy more crockery than Every day will be a day of specials and during the money for any item purchased not found satisfactory .

l-I-.i: .." {l '-,' any other concern in the world-used 103 car .. the 10 days of this 10th Anniversary Sale when the complaint is made promptly

: S "':" i-;'f.'i! to loads last year. We sold enough embroidery .
special will be "Kress"
every an extra special.We stands for "Merit" backed by:
\ t'l| last year to reach around the world. .
tr '!' are bound to break all former sales Knowledge of local conditions.
: MSB.: i } We employ as many as 2,600 people at one -',
h'f. r.l'IJ time. records. Watch our advertisements in this ,, ; ; Responsibility that backs every statement.
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f' :--L, : Last year we opened new stores and remodeled paper-they will tell of the specials for each day. :' Efficiency in buying for our tremendous output.)

t:.:' .. .' : :fi old ones, which, if placed end to end Standard of quality in merchandise.
'' Service that makes each
customer satisfied.
:'a :
would extend a distance of more than a mile.

}t: ...{ I- This gave employment to an'average of 110 iwALCH (tR' "'HIIO.W.'t This is what makes it possible to maintain'

:$ 'l- ,!; skilled workmen 'the finest retail stores in the
.t,- ,.I every working (day of the year. country; to offer

,t-.-\fi1'.r ; These facts give you an idea of the extent continuously the greatest values; to press for-

tj'r. ;, and power of the Kress business Every Kress ward with confidence that the future will bring

lit;;'.(,._ g'.: store is but one part of an immense business f r even greater success than the past and to

9;. ;) ;1 that's why Kress values are unapproachable. !" demonstrate each day, beyond all question, that,

ti .n'., t "The Longer the Chain the Stronger the Links."
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WARREN FISH COMPANY $ dF BOYS TO TAKE A MUSIC MAKER.,

i PIANOS AND ORGANS. The 1308 Model' If you want to have good music bu/
iIo CASH OR EASY TERMS. PART :IN CARNIVAL I QUINCY I I a good piano. If you want your ch: .
I ii ; LOSE HEAVILY BY FIREawm $ All Piano Work Guaranteed RemingtonSh dren to have a musical education bu,

e to! CLUTTER d RUSHING; ,. a good piano. It is worth all it cos '
H ; fE 12 EAST GOVERNMENT ST. as an investment, and more than i:
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I f50 PHONE 476. *) SCHEME ON FOOT TO HAVE les costs as a family investment. Our
:< ,.1 neighborhood of )5,000 on the build-I # Quincy April 16..JI'he long talked1 terms make it possible for every home

Blaze Completely i Destroys Plant Ing and contents. In addition to $ $ PROCESSION OF FLOATS with its new billing attachmentsand of show and to be much given advertised by the members minstrel of J to enjoy the possession of a goad.
the destruction of the building instantly interchangeable car- piano. Drop in and see us about M;
1':. .' i of Company on B I lenii of the wharf was burned, and part the DRAWN BY GOATS., riages, tabulator and two-color the The Empire house Club will take plaCe at matter.CLUTTER
\ opera to-night. The ad
one line of hose from ribbon movement, is the
fishing smack the Caldwell H. Oolt Zarragossa most com- MUSIC; HOUSE.
;:.l Wharf. had her jib slightly damaged by street to the fish house! a distanceof .- plete combined vance sale of seats is the largest Pensacola, Fla.
.. ever known in this city and thcam'pany
) .. e
2,000 feet
... flying sparks. and to the private plug If the
'"" present plans of a I
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Yi, andCorrespondence will no doubt pI ato a
.1 of the Billing
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which
1 r company is leated
The origin of the blaze on
is un number of P.nsacola
.a I' Baylen wharf boys materialize packed house. Those taking prominent -
two hose lines
known. at-
i' Captain William Hays, amember tahed. This is were one of the features I parts in the cast are as follows WM. D HOWE
fttr ORIGIN I UNKNOWN of the Warren Fish Company1 only a four inch ,
main, and considerable of the next Mardi Gras celebrationwill I l : Messrs. H. F. Sharon. L. Harley -
r A Y stated yesterday that he was trouble was A. T. Hearin. M. 'F. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR At
.
fi {;Sf thus be machine manufactured. Designedas Burghar3'R. ,
encountered. of
firmly of the According to all a profession floats drawn
t. opinion that the firewas LAW
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t s statements the fire it was for fast service, built for J. Love. L H. Wilson, A. H. Gins
the work of an incendiary. In worked bad. engine always by goats. The youngsters are deeply hard use, recommended by terg. W. O. Hogge, p, H. Thomas, J.' 142 EAST: GOVERNMENT ST,
.i 'I Believed b Owners this opinion he is substantiated to a l impressed with the idea that they: and experts S. Shaw, Max Wedeles, A. J. Stein
It i by to Be Work oft f The firemen succeeded in guaranteed against wear,it is
certain extent by Chief con should lend
.4", [" Bicker of fined the their assistance toward[, offered as the idealTypewriter A. Hinson 'E. C. Love, Peter Miller
the, fire department, who states that flames to the main build making next year's carnival a ''big, J. E. Eroome t : : I Incendiary d.f4 the fire has a suspicious tinge. ing. Alongside the wharf were success, and with that object i in Gardner, E. B.: Shelfer, S: E. Key, S.i of his sister.
tp r't: t., ,:I'I I." The building destroyed was one of 'tig smacks British valued steamship.at over $40,000 These.boatswere and a I view have undertaken to organize a T. Williamson W. H. Id?. W. W :Judge George W. Walker was h<-*
the best fitted for the 'fishing business special feature of their
own. Cobey J. L. Davidson R L. Munroe 1 last week attending court. The wet
tOSS IS in 'this 'section -of the saved through the hard workof According to for producing the most good work in I
ESTIMATED AT OVER country. present !plans a Kingof Henry Storm, A. L. Wilson, G. }1.1 was an unusually busy one as the
The' Warren Company bad their, the firemen, though part of the the boy's carnival will 'be selected the shortest time with the least effort. Underhill
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Covington and C. J.
4 : th
FIFTEEN I wharf are aJarge number of cases on '
THOUSAND at the
DOLLARS own sail room and employed from far end of the buildingwas by lot, who will ride in state at Write today for full description. Prentiss. bucket and it is likely that court *. .
'' three to five, sail makers at alltimes slightly burned. the head; of the procession: upon a Local Agents wanted for The Baptist church Held revival! cot adjourn until the latter pan "I l
THOUSAND'i l storage 'room, chandlery room Captain Hays Statement. chariot drawn by several pairs of; unoccupied territory. services last week which were largely this week.
: and other' stores. All these were destroyed Captain Hays in discussing the goats. The King's float will be followed 1 THE ARITHMOCRAPH CO. attended. This and the fact of ''Large delegations from Tallahae .*
"' i and all that remains'is a fire and its origin stated in most emphatic ] : by small floats each drawn Majestic Bldg., Chicagoi its being Holy Week has I see, !Bainbridge and other nearb:
$ CONTENTS' CAPT. WILLIAM I portion of the front building. In ad to terms that the blaze was due by one or two goats, and it is anticipated Quincy quiet in a social way. towns are expected here to-nigh' '"
rl:: 'HAYS' STATEMENT. dition to the loss of the building and incendiarism. that at least a dozen i Mr. W. M. Corry was called to M i attend the minstrel show to be givPSe
'Th. 204 West
Street
contents 2,000 or 3,000 pounds of fiswere h re was no combustible matterin will be in the parades Bay York
| New Wednesday tel
'rt.F" sr on by a -i by the members of the 17mpirerOUT"
the JACKSONVILLE
buililng FLA.
anywhere, said ,
->I' &: "si S. burned t The youngsters who have hit upon I
!'1.r. the
Worked at Disadvantage. this unique scheme are enthusiastic'and : -
'r 1 j i 1t,f-tt i Tire yesterday morning about 3:43: ; 'The fire department answered the fire could have been started only ben Y ; declare they will carry it
*, 1 r.a. It.t! o'clock destroyed\ the fish house, alarm as promptly as ( incendiary. The people in this through. It will undoubtedly add:, :
possible and
t., ? :;/ store rooms and other parts of the found the fire. had section of the city are not afforded ;much to the celebration. jSUMMt\RY OF
ya: :, ; gained consider the fire .
proper protection. We
1' .iVMarren Fish Company, payj i I
** ., on Bay n able headway when
lfc\ *> T the members taxes, and _. .
good at that
tL street wharf, entailing a loss off sums Think I
< 4a A j arrived with the apparatus. The de- of THE WEAFHER "CUT
having to
4.1.1... i"i. about $15,000, with Insurance In th stretch a hose over IT
,. partment|
t\JJJ. .. was_ -compelled to stretch i 2.000 feet; to reach the fire. W:\ ourselves -

a 1 have a private plug
0 right at
Cf. .
: .r the corner of our stable but The minimum
our Borden'sColumbian' temperature yesterday i says the doctor to many of his lady patients, because be doesn't
hose was burned and therefore we dropped lower than it has been!
tfrSKIN were powerless. for some time, when the mercury fell I !mow of any medicinal treatment that will positively:! cure womb er
; DISEASES "That piece of junk: that answers to 53 degrees at 6 a. m. At 1 p. m. I ovarian troubles, except the surgeon's knife.
for a fire engine in the City of Pen the maxmum; of the day occurred and That such a medicine exists however, has been proved by the;
sacola is a disgrace. It should be registered 75 degrees, 22' degrees wonderful cures performed on diseased women In thousands 6f
FISHY ACIDS IN THE BLOOD r iu the scrap pile instead of being warmer than seven hours previously.In cases by
used trying to pump water for fires. -. his weather summary yesterday
a. Alt skin diseases due With a good engine enough watercould u Observer Reed said:
are to the same cause-an excess of acid in the
.f' 'ti .t d caused by faulty assimilation of food and poor bowel action this have been pumped to save poi Fair weather prevails over the WINE
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tons I
of
the "'
} building if
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t*'jawJ fiery acrid matter is forced to the.surface through the pores and glands. entire structure. Thaf even engine not should the Ott r eastern; half of the country under the CAROUI i
Pustules are formed, discharging a sticky fluid which dries and makes a crust, be coaojemned and placed in a influence of high pressure. Light I :
scrap frost is reported from St. Louis and t OF
causing intense itching. When the crusts or scabs are scratched off the pile or sold for junk; I
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kin Is left raw and bleeding Omaha, and heavy frost from Chica- 1
Dear Sira-X" body broke out with
: a Will
Re-Build. go.Temperatures are above
,
freezing
Sometimes; skid diseases are in the rash or aruotion wAlc in' ,plte of all -
$e u- } I dryforinandbran-I' scales come'effort'on ?&, itching to cure, especially continued at to nirht get wor.was "As soon as the fire adjusters-- fix f except"Rains in in Yellowstone the Atlantic Park.states I: Woman's ReliefIt
the flesh,or the skin becomes hard. and aim l" terrible.. I had up the loss and straighten up withus Sunday, but showers ceased -
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Bffl l have begun .
highly recommended we will
dry, often cracking, and the painful out tenant, ndh of S. S.S.deter rebuild" as soon thereafter again in Texas, Kansas, Utah and Ore- : has saved! the lives
fair as possible. of thousands of weak sick and
yr itching causes acute suffering. It mined in it a under the influence women,
lnex>> Sj blJ>ctelithtad S&JSAK Through the efforts of Captain gon, of a depression j has rescued thousands of others cf
from lifetime
-1s gOes not matter how the trouble 'IS of a melancholy
Montana
ties cured me entirely Hay's, Captain Warren and 0' north and Idaho, a !
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manifested the is the condido,Oal. I..MABNO. others E chronic: invalidlsm, It will cure If will chance.
: cause same-an the office furniture was saved, and 4PORA1' trough of low pressure from which extends J you you only give It a
excess of acid in the blood. Salves powders, cooling Trashes, etc, while they the firm has fixed up temporary_ southward to extreme western Sold at every drug store in $1.00 bottles. Try it.
r3' 4 relieve the itching and give the sufferer temporary comfort, cannot cure the quarters in the wagon .room of the Texas. ;
L i" trouble because they do not reach the acid'ladea blood. The best treatment company stable on Baylen street Cream Fair weather may be expected to i
4 .i>< : for all skin diseases is S. S. S., a remedy that :iwlrjrf. Businessthe members declare continue over this vicinity .through : Whiz us A LITTER GAVE UP SUPPORTER

is purely vegetable and one which acts directlyon will not be interrupted. tuNSwrENeDI: : I Tuesday' becoming warmer Tuesday. freely! and (lankly In strictest' confi"I| wore a supporter for years, for
f"q SS the Uood with a cleansing, healing effect. Water Pressure., 2indsalong the West Florida coast ;, ,ttnu. telling "ail my womb, which had crowded everything -
'nt S made with ny your troubles,
? S. S. S. neutralizes the acids, and purifies the scrupulous ,-win '"be> light to fresh northeast to 1 down befor*it,writes Mrs.S al J-
r.vt :ttx blood so that the skin instead of being blisteredPUREL 'pressure It has baan at the stated fire that 78 the water care for those who East. _ J, W.' '+m send Free A4rfce (in plain, 'Cluisman,of Mannsville! ,N.Y. "Is f-
lrktkF was pounds, fered untold misery and could har :y
Ie4
V VEGEY ABLE. and. burned by.tb! fiery fluids is.nourished' by but Chief Bicker states, that while!' ,, *: nTiIope Address Ladies'ilvisory walk. After taking Canal 1 give up
a stppiy of cooling, healthy,blood. Special 1 it was possible to throw stream, on :Demand- .'. the. 1"'"Best' ... Schaefer Defeated. Dept., The Chattanooga my supporter and can now be on my
gf T ; book on Skin Diseases wad any medical advice desired will be furnished top of the building," that it was more New York April 16.-Cure Meese Co., Chattanooga Tenn. feet half A day at a time.U"
Borden Condensed Milk Co.,New York won1t91l
\\m I without charge. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA good&n the solid shape water of line.a spray than a) Schaefer in the night billiard <
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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL_. TUESDAY! MORNING, APRIL I 17, 1906 .J
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Its component parts are all wholesome. 11

,for,ECh Square .CAMPAIGN HAS I 5yrup of frgs; It acts gently""without unpleasant after-effects. < .

R1,41.'tJ + It is wholly free from objectionable i substances. -
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Early Date.SIDEWALl the bstfami1y. I. X t'j: c principles plants. I


SEVERAL SPEAKERS ADDRESSED I It contains wholesome aromatic liquids which are

( MATTER THE VOTERS* AT ROBERTS It is pure. agreeable and refreshing to the taste. .

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gentle. : -_ ..:: ;\" .'_.:'t" pure.

', ". All are delicately blended.

&$pIIb. City Will l Construct Only Those As announced, Hoa. John S. Beard,I, It is pleasant. f'It All are skillfully and scientifically compounded.

candidate for the state senate, is efficacious. :"V<
opened ;:: .
We're Head-Hunters Made of Concrete.BOARD the campaign at Rcfcerts in pr,>;! .. ::.-i :;'" ,. Its value is due to our method of manufacture
cinct 6 last It IS not expensive.
night. The gentl'mmac'ompan 6:f.J and to the originality and simplicity of the
.ing Mr. Beird .
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were most( :
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At This Season OF PUBLIC'. W3.RXS DISPOSES '- hospitably entertained! at the! home of.;. ,i It is good for children. : 4" combination. .

I Mr. and Mrs. B. M. 'Eon'far.: : "
hat hunter let's OF SEVERAL IMPORTANT :: The meeting 'he'd at the : It is excellent for ladies. !
It you're a was school, : : To get its beneficial effects-buy the genuine.

make a date to meet, say to QUESTIONS, J. BOWLES house elected and Prof J. 'M. Tate, who va3; It is convenient for business men. I I.
to pres'de.: :ntroduced the I ,
hour to suit '
morrow-any you ASKS THAT AN OLD. CLAIM:' speakers, .R..P. Reese, James M. An- !! It is perfectly safe under aU circumstances. Manufactured byAUFQRNIA .i
the lookout for .,
we'll be on you j drew, candidate for county commissioner I -

all day.Straw AGAINST THE CITY BE PAID from District No. 3, and John,I : It is used by millions of families the world over. :

Hats, $1.00 to.$4.00 HIM.I S. Beard for the state senate. These
F BG SYRVPv
Felt Hats and Derbies, $2 to candidates had the pleasure or addressing t It stands highest, as a laxative, with physicians. ( 9
a large and enthusiastic i
$5.00. crowd, among whom were a numberof I If you use it you have the best laxative the _
Panamas $5.00 to . .$10.00 The two most i important matters' ladies. ii: San Francisco Cal.

acted upon by the ,Board of Public Judging from t"ie: attendance at this I world produces. Louisville, Ky. New York N. Y. i
Works at the adjourned: the first meeting of the campa'gngreat
which session interest will:} be shown by the I FOB SALE STALL LEADING DBUGGISTS.I
convenxi yesterday :afternoon: .voters and a large vote will no doubtbe I .

flfflfflDMIJTHIESEII were the party; and sidewalk!: ques.1) poled.: The speakers: were listened I! __

tions. The b ard deeded: to appoint to with close attention and the 1 --=-.- -- -- :-:,
\-BUW J three commissioners for each speeches well received. Mr. Beard L I --- .ij
of the : .: .j & i fS? Kftt
sixten parks In the city. According, :speaks at Century tonight, and probably -I ."

to a resolut'on adopted all other speakers ani candidates I ------------_ ________,_____ __ __ ,_ r
commissioners will also be in attendance.
I will work without compensa-l VITAL STATISTICS.
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COTTRELL, lion, lor the glory and honor od! Rheumatic Pains Quickly Relieved. Record of Marriages, Births and J'

FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. Pensacola. for the purpo'se of assist.! The excruciating pains characteris. I II Deaths During the Past Week.

Pensacola, Fla. ing in beautifying the city. ,AU! tic of rheumatism and sciatica are i i ---- The vital statics for the past week Watson Parker & Reese "

work done by the commiss'oners! quickly relieved by applying Chamber-: t I Following; are the re suits of games show the following.
-' -- -- -- !ain's Pain Balm. The Marriages. :
will great pain relieving -! played in the different leagues yesterday ,
WEDDING PRESENTS be uadr, the] direction' the i' power of the liniment has: : White-Henry J. Pfeiffer and :Miss

CutGlass and Sterling SilverwareW. Board of .piii'fic Works Commissioners been the surprise and delight of thousands -. Southern League. Martha L. Cravery, R. H.: Trammelland Company. ,

for three parks were namedat : of sufferers. The quick relief Birmingham 2, Atlanta 1 (ten inn- Miss Nora Betsworth. Joel G. "-
A. Gahlenbeck, 218 S. Palafoi SI the from pain which it affords is alone ings. Suggs and Miss Marie L. Horn.
meeting. They slogan from l worth many times its cost. For sale Shreveport- 11, Little Rock 5. Colorea': --'Harris and Hattie Hands,
TURTON & BELL. I now on will be Beautify the ,iJarls."I II r by all druggists. Nashville 1, Montgomery 0. ,Willie McKennie and Kylie Adams THE EASTER RUSH IS OVER ;
In reference, to the s'dewalk: ques- American Mark McCullough and Hattie Per-
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. League.
I t'onla"or Bliss offered a resolution WHEN YOU WANT A S-HIRT GC:: Philadelphia Washington; 3. due, John Hall and Alice Smith
Kodak Supplies. Finishing for Amateurs. John W. Lee and Mary Jane Richardson -
I that all walks'constructed TO WATSON, PARKER & REESE. New York 4 Boston 3.
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= ---- by the I AS THEY HAVE THE BEST THAI. National League. Henry Reese and Carry Mason. We Come to You with the Announcement of
city for property or othersbe Births.
R. K. WHITE, ownrp. .MONEY CAN BUY FOR 50c, 75c ANI Philadelphia 4, New York 2.
constructed of concrete.. The To Michael J. Murphy and wife a New Arrivals in Our Several Departments.
Watchmaker. Manufacturing Jeweler, and Gra dva:'t resolution was aabptsd.: $1.00. Fort Barrancas 6; Pensacola 3. daughter; E. C. Gentry and wife, i iI
30 S. Paiafox Street. Pensacola. Fla. In a fast seven inning game Fort I
Optician. a The meeting .was called to order a boy; Frederick W. Marsh and wit 1 I
Royal R ad*. Barrancas defeated Pensacola Sunday boy. S

bv__ Chairman nu '___ _Zpliiic_nw with Mnwir _R1i,.w.!:: People will discover at last that royal <, at the Fort toy a score' of 6 to 3. The a Deaths. Gold Quality Skirts.As .

Tersely ToldThomas present.R.. alA: rtiiItie; ; new roads to anything can no more be Pensacola men were off in their fielding Juan Soto, 41 years tuberculosis; S "

member of the board elected at the mid in iron than they can in dust; thai L and this added to the victory of Thomas J. Cbilderson. 65 years, gen : the name indicates, they are

last meeting: of the council was not; there are, in fact, no royal roads tc, the' army men. ,'i. eral debility Annie E. Davis, 44 'V garments of high gr&de-we-ll made of
W. Ralph, of St. Augustine, anywhere worth going to; that if there I :Next 'Sunday the"'two"-teams..w1ll :years, 8 months, apoplexy; John 1 L. .- vogue materials and fashion's latest I i
is in the city on business. present. ,: will play at Palmetto :Beacti Park, this :Wood. 46 years, tuberculosis; ATchis -? models-best of all, the prices are '
it would that instant to bE
were cease
Minutes;. of the Jast mseting, with city. No 'admission will b( charged. ,Wilson\ 1 day. reasonable-45.00 to ?18.00 each
of Gainesville
John W. Blanding worth going to-I mean so far as the S
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slight corrections The following is the ofSunday'sgame /
were .approvd.The '. score i
is here attending tae grand lodge ..or things to be obtained are in any way ,
Fellows.J. _action of the."council orderingthe : if.. I For "'a. Weak Digestion.No .
Odd
estimable in terms' of price, for ther I "
niI.iment For Barrancas.2002t&'l-6":-5 3 medicine can replace food but Fine Batiste.
a of all bids for the I
W. Bell, editor and proprietor are two classes of precious things in]I .Pensacola . .110 100 0-3-4 3 Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab-
of the Palmetto News, of Paimetto, sweeping, cleaning and sprinkling of the world-those that God gives us for, Pool Tournament. lets will help you to digest your food Good quality, neat designs, strictly

.l!la., was among the visitors in tne IPalafox .street was concurred in, and nothing sun. air and life, both mortal 1 I The 50 ball pool tournament at the It is not the quantity of food taken S S a washable and desirable: cloth. Well i

city yesterday. the bids received were. all ordered life and immortal, and the secondarily. East Government Pool "Parlor opened that gives strength and vigor to the : '--'- worth 12c a yard. Our special t

Wm. B. Reily of the firm of Reily, returned to the bidders unopened. precious things which he gives\ us tot last night and is proving interesting. system, but the amount digested ama II I price, lOc.

Taylor-A Co., of New Orleans man- Permission was. ,&ranted: to the a .pri e. These secondarily precious I The entries are: C. Apostle, Jr., C. assimilated. If troubled with' a weak 1 2000 yards of a better grade, three '
ufacturer of the Luzianne coffee Pensacola Advertising i Company to things; worldly ;'wine afid milk, can Touart, ?f. Thomas, Jfq'ouart-5, G.i digestion,,don'tfail, to 'give these Tablets it inches wider, only 12c.

which has recently been so promi- erect four galvanized sign boards. at only be bought for definite money., Hall, S. Ful'gham. a trial Thousands have been ben-
nently advertised in The Journal different points in the 'city! ; They never can be cheapened. No] The result last nIght were: Ed efitted 'by their use: They only costa #insmt S S

,vas in the city yesterday. Park Commissioners.The cheating nor bargaining will ever gel- Touart beat G. Hall 50 to 15; quarter. For sale by all druggists. Jog Ij Dress Linen.
beautification of parks was at : C. Apostle, Jr., heat S. Fulgham 50 to Bilious? Feel heavy after dinner? -
To tell the stories of what one doz- this juncture 'brought up by the a single thing out of nature's establish 25. Tuesday night games will be be- Tongue coated? Bitter taste? Complexion We call your attention especially to
en of the want ads. do-of the trades clayor. Mayor Bliss stated that h? ment at half price Do we want to oe. tween Thomas vs Hall; C. Touart .vs. sallow? Liver needs waking our Dress Linen depatrment, where
they make, the jobs they find, the peo- that strong? We must work. To be hungry bilious at- the best known and
thought only 'those: who would C. Apostle, Jr. up. Doan's Regulets cure most reliable qual-
ple they introduce, the worries they take an interest in beautifying the ? Vie must starve. "To be happyWe 1. Indoor Baseball j f' tacks. 25 cents at any drug store. Royal Waists.Just ities await you.
relieve-would requre several col- parks should be appointed commissioners miHSt l he kind. To be wise? We The game of indoor baseball at the I "Genuine Round Thread Linen," 36

umns of space. Chairman Zalius was of the mast lcuk and think-Ruskln. S gymnasium' of the Young Men's Christian WHEN YOU WANT A SHIRT GC I the kind of Waist you inch, 50c; 42-inch, 65c; 54-inch 75c;
same opinion. It was agreed to interview Britain' Association last evening proved TO WATSON PARKER & REESE. like; neat well-made, tailor72inch I $1.00; 90-inch $1.35. -
Growing more popular every day. certain persons for the purpose The Oldest' Office. an interesting event. The Buiness AS THEY HAVE THE BEST THAT ed effects; some open back, Fine, sheer, L'nen Lawn 3 -inch, 25,
oldest
March sales of Blue Ribbon Lemon of ascertaning if i they will ac office under the crown is Men's Class defeated the Young Men's MONEY CAN BUY FOR 50c, 75c AND, some open front some short 'I 35c, 50c, 65c and 75c yd. .
and Vanilla broke all previous records.To : cept the honorary' appointment of that of lord high'steward, which was team by a score of 38 to-- 20. $1.00. sleeves, some long sleeves, S
i in existence before the time of I all materials,
park commissioner. It was decided Edward Reilly for the Business Men as wellas newlingerie
draw the fire out of a burn,heala to name the forty-eight commission the Confessor-indeed, some authori- King for the Young Men pitched WATSON, PARKER & REESE! HAVE sizes 32 to 44, prices Novelty Betting, Belts, Neckwear
cut withou: leaving a scar or to er3 and let them agrse upon a ties say that it was. Instituted by Offa good ball. ,, JU'ST RECEIVED A LARGE SHIP- Veils and Veiling, just received. )

cure boils, sores tetter, eczema: and a1! chairman.. in 757. For a long period this official The young men were unable to con- MENT OF CELEBRATED\ BUDD'S $1.25 to $8 each We solicit your business. :
skin an! scalp diseases, use DeWitt's The following were appointed yes. was second only to the king and the S nect with the ball until after the fifth SHOES AND SLIPPERS\ FOR CHIL!

Witch Hazel Salve. A specific for terday: office was for some time hereditary in innin'g but'in the remaining four innings DREN. ,
piles. Get the genuine. No remedy Bayview Park-A. V. Clubbs, G:o. .
certain noble families.
-Tit-Bits. owing to numerous errors on the part
I Watson Parker & Reese Co.
causes iuch' speedy relief. Ask for W Johnson, Rix M. Robinson. I of the business men they succeeded in The Original Laxative Cough Syrupis .
Seville Square-J. L. Borras, Ben
D.9Witt's--the genuine. HU expectation."I Kennedy's Laxative-Honey and Tar:
rolling un twenty scores.
jamin Rocheblava, A. S. Cox. Phone 193. Succesoors to Green & Watson.
: suppose," said, his friend, "that The Buster Browns challenged the It expels all cold from the system by!
ELEGANT MEN'S Georgia Square-Dr. F. G. Ren- ,... .
LINE LOW cathartic the bowels. ...
when the investigation taKes place winners for a game to 'be played 'Fnl- actin as a on -- "!'- -- -""""
SHOES JUST RECEIVED BY WAT. shaw F. E. Brawner Prof.: H. C. will be represented! b> counsel. you. day evening, April 20th. I Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar I3f'f =-____ ___ --.- -.--_ ._ ___. ____J
SON PARKER & REESE. THECELEBRATED Armstrong. and harmless for
certain safe Cur
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Mayor Bliss stated that he had "Yes," said the statesman, "and I i Ii
RALSTON MAKE. colds, and whooping cough. ,
I Ol1.: red cabbage palmstto. trees for. suppose I'll be misrepresented by the Patchouli. f croup NEW METHOD LAUNDRY

ELEGANT LINE MEN'S LOW planting in the different parks. opposing counsel.* -, The plant from which the well known : WATSON, PARKER & REESE HAVE
SHOES JUST RECEIVED BY WATSON It was reported to the board that perfume patchouli is obtained is ,
I a native JUST RECEIVED A LARGE SHIP-
the frame of an old boat has been in PHONEI186 E. W LAWRENCE, Prop. No. 8 WEST ROwANA ST.
PARKER & REESE. THE --- 'I of India and of China. It is also MENT OF CELEBRATE'! BUDD'S .
Adams street for several months, ---------- --- ----
CELEBRATED RALSTON MAKE. THANKSGIVING grown in Ceylon, Paraguay and the SHOES AND SLIPPERS FOR CHIL ,
be no -
and thre appears to owner. PSALMA "
'l _._ The obstruction was declared a men- f French island of Reunion. It first became DREN. I:
ac to !life A motion! to advertisethe Rhymicaf ar'd Grateful Chant.A S generally known in Europe about
STATEMENT. boat for sale, to the highest teacher in. a T. rre Haute public. j ISoO. .U that time India shawls.commanded Keep your bowels regular by the ALL HANDS POINT TO IT
Made under 'Section :35: Chamberlain's Stomach and I
Chapter Udders sale to take:-place April 3uta school. jrns in-the 'chorus": immense prices, and dealers use of
4113.: Laws of Florida showing the i I Liver Tablets. There !is nothing bet-
"Teaching' a business'
was adopt-d. ; which re were accustomed to identify the genuine -
amount of taxes charged to the Tax Sidewalk Question. quires a great. d-al 'of brain and I : articles by their odor, as they ter. For sale by all druggists. I! ,

Collector! of Escambia County, Fbida. !- Clerk Merritt read a list of names nerve force. Unless force is re I were perfumed! with patchouli. Frenchmanufacturers. --
to be collected for the tax :year t % whom notices had been issued: to ncw.d a's. fast as expended the WATSON, PARKER & REES HAVE .
< acting this hint
1S03! : and the apportionment to these'.eral build s'dewalks in front,' of their. teacher is exhausted: before the coseof j upon JUST RECEIVED A LARGE SHIPMENT -
funds for which such taxes property, nncfer date of March 12. the year. Many resort to stimulating imported' the patchouli plant for the OF CELEBRATED): BUDD'S
have 'been !levied, including Poll Tax He read that the property" .'owpers tcnics for rer cf. !i purpose of perfuming their imitation SHOES AND SlIPPERS.: FOR CHil-J

with County School Tax: had not complied: with. the notiaca: "For :3: years- J --struslel I against| India shawls. Afterward perfumers DREN. I

tion. A ,resolution .was .adopted, to this almost compete! exhaust'on I took up tle'cultivf1iou of the plant oai ,
Total Amt. charged adyerti? for bids for the construCtion getting what. relief .1could from I i thoir own account. I Bread.A .

to taxes . 100,399.63 of the: stated sidewalks: by the doctors tonics. Then' in th? spring I --- i Starring btot For '
Toral Amt. collected cty: at the 'expense of ths1; property of 1903.:: I had an attack of la grippe I If are beggar who informed a gentlemai
and malara: which l left you -well known' for his philanthropy tbnt
to April owners. me too weak S'PETT *
6. 1906. . .. 38,485.42 At.this juncture the resolution to continue lUYJrk... :Medic'ne IJO f run-down or le: was dying cf starvation was presented -
providing that .all sidewalks laid bv fail r.t! to give me siy reV>f. a t', CELEBRATED \! debilitated 1 by the worthy man! with a loaf WI1ite Roc

Balance .. 1,914.21 tiL? city be of concrete was put and change of climate failed. I thouz'nt The ..Bittersili of bread. Tbe would be benefactorwas I I .
carried. I should nver be able to go back in buildup considerably! startled, however at -

County tax proper 22,680.03:; The Acting Street E'1:' erintendenf' school again. the indignant surprise; of the emaciated j S
Amount collected was ordered to put 'Jackson- street "I ate enough frod.:: (the ordinary and strenstaen one. "I'm not bread hungry! said Lithia WaterS

to April 6, 1906. 9,028.91 13,651.14 bftween Palafox and Gui11emardestr.et. meats white bread: anr, vgetables) the entiiep that individual haughtily.! London .:r S
on proper gK.Se.:: bat was hungry after meals. : ; system. It also I a delicious and health. S
COunty School Mayor Bliss informed ths board: "1 happened at ths time to read $ cures Globe. _ _
ful for the table
beverage ,
Tax.. that he eypected a' proposition from. an article giving the experience of Poor Appetite
46,874.69Amount
I ObserTed It.
collected certain citizens to pave around another teacher who had been helped Indigestion, lied Xct and as a perfect blender with
Mr. (at the banquet)-The
Upjoan
to April 6, 190S. 17.SS9.51: 23,975.18" Georgia square.Wants His Money.. :: by try Grape-Nuts Grape-Nuts food.and <,cream I decided as an ex to Heartburn Dyspepsia,, colonel 13 -.coo'l after dinner speaker, all manner of good things to .,

Bounty: Road and ,IJ. J. Bowles submitted a communication pertinent: it was a dslightful experience -i te1 ffiR5 CostivencssOp but did yon: mtice: how' queerly he mixed drink, it is the effervescing

toijge Tax 21,772.83;) wherein ,b.3' claimed. compensation ar i continues: so after 'a year.1 1 MaUria. his metaphors!? Mr. Structoyle I6r water incomparable. -a
Amount for repairs to a cIty machineover and a half of constant use. \Vby-er-no.: Ko's been taking 'em

collected a year ago. In the communication -.::> "First. I notccithat I was not .- -.1 I straight I think so far.-Chicago Trib--
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April 6, 1906. 8,667.77 13,105.08, he ?a'd that 'the city needed hungry after meals. "' I ,TInt The Lewis Bear Co. -
other repairs and .while ha d.?slrpd "In a fw days that tired feeling 41H
County Fine and to do the work he ild not feel like lft me, and I felt fresh and bright Distributers
Mnount Forfeiture Tax. 7,257.64 I doing so. until his claim aga'n:t the instead of dull and slE>epy. I GRAND BAll t tI No pills: Is; as pleasant: and positivea

to collected city Is properly adju ted. Referredto "In three months more than: my t DeWitt's Little Early Risers. These PENSACOLA, FLA. :
April' 6, 1906. 2,889.23 4,368.41 the mayor. I usual strength returned and I had S I Famous Little fills are so! mild and I!
: The garbage: 'contraptor it was rs- gained 13: pounds in 'weight."I C. K. of A. Hall effective that children, delicate ladies 13'JJSJ -. S -.z SS
COUnty Bond Tax 1,814.40 port ., had put on another team in finished the year's work wIthout and! weak people enjoy their cleansing
lmount collected compliance with the request of the any kind of n'cs-was not absent i effect while strong .people say they

to( April 6, 1906. 1,814.40 board. from duty even half a day_ April l18 are the test liver piUs sold. Never
Wednesday I
-, 'J. E. Long again appeared and Informed "Am still in the best of health II gripe.. ,
Balance. . 61,914.21A. the board that he was ready- with all" who know p me wondering at I
and asked for instructions the iniiprovement- : Barrios' Orchestra r !
for duty ELEGANT LINE MEN'S LOW W .r
has been imparted 1 tell them all 'Try Grape- I I '
MCMILLAN, Th.3, information that / SHOES JUST RECEIVED BY WAT- (
frequently was,Nuts!" Name given by Postum Co., ADMISSION 25 CENTS -
fc Clerk Circuit, Court. to him so I SON, PARKER & REESE. THE! _
*> I* G. again stated when the- board ad-j Battle Creek Mich. RALSTON MAKE. ------- w-
CELEBRATED j
AYMARID.Clerk.. journed. .,.. -. -I There's a ff'3"QIii \. .... J' .






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.,. ; ; abida by and support the result of I -S '-. for Goonty Commisiioner. from. District defendant American Blowp-3=! _

I and to vote forth Hair Vigor makes the hair grow NO.' 3. ,subject to the actiou of : any, a corporation is required
election t0
'ht) JtnjMola Iontnat{ said nominees primary thereof. New; HAyer's it is a hair-food. Feed the bair- the Democratic Primary of May 15. pear to the bill; suit against it at..,s'"
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'i ...... ... .. ............ .. and 'the hair Irows. That's( W. A. SHELBY. This order oIe: published once ;
13. The assessments fixed by the nature's way, an4 that is aU there is to .L_ week for four ((4)) consecutive week

<:.wwwuuvuwur .. committee and which candiates are it. Strong and healthy hair:stays in, keeps soft ;n<| smooth* and grows thick For County Commissioner, Dist No 5. in The Pensacola Journal, a new

: DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY; April things. genuine comfort a handsome '- 7'LoweIi.M& I hereby announce,JU! candidacy for ty. A. M. McMillan Clerk
on or before 6 o'clock; p. m. great There's bead o!hair ... Cii.t:
re-election tfl< the office of county commissioner Court. By L. G. Aymard, D. C.
;! HUI; PUBLISHED MONDAY 26th. are as follows; from District No. 5, subjectto I sacola Fla., April 2nd 1906. PI::I.
EVERY EXCEPT
MORNING State Senator.. .. .5. ..$, 18.00 -S-- ------S-S
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t ---S-S- -S the. action, of the Democratic Primary 3apr4t.

.rk'-. }! ...BY** Members.. House. ...of..Represents..,.-...,.... 18.00 j jtives i 1:..................................................: of May 15. R.v i' i I
STEWARD. Notice
J. is hereby
of Taxes..., :100.90 given thai '-
$ County Assessor 9
r THE JOURNAL COMPANY. Tax Collector .. .. ,.....t,,. 100,00; ndersigned will apply to the HOIK': .

County Treasurer.. ... .. 100.00 Linoleum i For County Commissioner DistrictNo. able Napoleon B. Broward, gou:: :n,;,
7 WWJUWW -- Candidate for County Commissioner ..,4. of the state of Florida, at Tallaua-:

FRANK L MAYES, President and General Manager .. .. ... .. ... 10.00 see'Florida, on the seventeen'! 'i i".
:. Public Instruction The friena's of W. P Brownson of May, A. D., 1906 for letters pd-:--:,,

4r jtu-ru-.ruj- U JLfu u -. Member.. .Board. ... f. ..:..;... 10.00: I For the Kitchen, For the Office, For the Store. i hereby announce hint as a candidate incorporating the SOU ] }HERN"
MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.. of Registration of for the office of County Commission WAREHOUSE AND STORAGE u"i!.
: Supervisor District No. 4. subject to the PANY under the
,1J 4' ,unrJuru-- .. .. mp-n.t VV ,- Electors .. .. ....... .. 10.00 : 5 Easy to keep clean-wash and scrub it all you: like. We action er from.of the Democratic Primary ofMay rosed charter the original following ot \\.r-H. -

: SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Justice of the Peace 2nd Dis- *5 sell Wilds; Linoleums which practically never wears i iIi 15th J906 is now on file in the office ofi"1: ( !

trict, (City) .. .. .. .. 25.00 out. Laid Free. tary of State of tha State of Flo. ,.'i
One Year.$5 00 One Month....... ......... 45 Justice of the Peace. DistrictsNos. -

Six Mouths.... .. ......... 3 50 One Week...... .......... IP 1, 4. 5 and 7. .. .. 5.00 For Tax CoUector. The
:M *$ Three Month*..... ........125 Week]? Edition. per year..*! O( Constables Districts Nos. 1, 3, Ii I China and Jap Mattings. i candidate hereby/ undersigned make application subscriber! ; for *, _''0
i
hereoy announce myself a It-
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4'and 7. .,. . .. ... 5.00)
for re-election to the office of patent incorporating us and our a-
The foregoing assessments are made
The Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed to cover the expenses of two Primary more beautiful patterns than ever :before. Won't you call : Tax Collector for Eacambia county, sociates into a. corporation >n .,'

Circulation Statement' Can elections.. The second election' will be : and see them? Let us furnish enough for the dining J at the primary: to be held on May 15, cordance under the with the laws of FU.4: :
Be Secure following charter
solicit te.Respectfully :
:
held on June 12th, 06..in the< eventit room setting room or bed roQm-..-20, 25, 30 and 35 cents; J 1906. I :your I.

T should ''be necessary to choose be- : Laid Free. : ,
J. S. ROBERTS.At The name of the corporation >r" :
Offiees,108 and 110 I Papers on Sale on Trains\ tween the. two candidates receivingthe be the Southern Warehous- ? ,S.
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: T 4 East'' I greatest number-but less than a Window Shades made to order any size you wish. Hung i the solicitation of friends I hereby age Company and the principal oft, .
Government. Phone [ and at all News Stands. majority cast in the election of May Free.
and place of business
shall
fe : announce myself a candidate for V a:
$ 15th 1906. At such second primary the office of Tax Collector subject to Pensacola Escambia County. t'.ir0'; ,:.
: election only such persons as were "
with branch
the action of the Democratic Primary offices and pla<-t- itt J il (tPE."S.'COlJ.'FLoRiDA.. TUES HAY MORNING, APRIL 17, 1906 election qualified shall to vote be perin.itedtQvoteNo at the first primary I MARSTON & QUINA May 15. 1906.NEIIJS ; business at such other place a-

'-1" 'a' \'t : .___. __L ._ __.:1_ __'__L ___ .:I' McKENZIE OERTING.For may become necessary coin 'nit'.;
If.-i assessment ; is maue against canai- for the conduct of said buo-.nt .
<< sU.
J ,. 1 Pensacola Welcomes : ian who thinks advertising might l b/3 dates for members of the County Executive .
.t% .t 108x110. S, Palafox St. Phone 148, Pensacola Fla County Treasurer.I .
all right for some people-tha man Committee and according to i The general nature of the )u-m xj

f,::: Florida Ode! Fellows I who prefers to waste his money in the committee rule heretofore the candidates adopted for by mem-this ....................................................! will be a candidate in the democratic to be transacted by the said tortotlon ,

!' ; .... Pensacola. is today entertaining a. other ways"-all have used media of primary of May 15 for re-nomi shall be the purchasing. :eaz::
bers of said committee, who shall receive -
J. '-- -- or otherwise acquiring lamia .
I.; ; '''';;L1 representative body of Florida citi-i the questionable kind-tha. dodger, the highest number' of votes nation to the office of county treasurer. riparian rights of all classa.j a: j

: in the to the Graffd the the placard the pro- The support of all democrats will :
tt i tens, delegates poster cast in the first primary shall be declared descriptions; to construct, purchase

t! -:_.' ':.'>> :t Lodge. I. O. 0. F., and other member gramme the newspaper of limited elected. be appreciated. J. ED. WILLIAMS. lease or otherwise acquire \\a-t-

: 'i of the order which the sessions of the influence and circulation-none of 4. All offices enumerated in the houses docks wharves, piers; Ji:1,

it" < '/:!;$ Grand: Lodge have attracted to the them quite worthless, and none quite call shall be voted for 'by the votersof FROM THE PREFACE I hereby announce. myself a candi public scales; to receive from ':e
every precinct of the county, except :public generally for .
.3 : ; i Water of the and The worthy! $ : date for the office of County Treasurer storage tm>:-'
r : Deep City Gulf "
; justice of the peace and-consta In every situation General! Lee tine, rosin and all other k;IMS ./
?: Journal on behalf of all Pensacolians bles and members of the Executive j' S was a great. a dominant figure. The subject to the action of the Democratic naval stores praatacts; cotton and

: :: 1 bids them welcome. The citjr is honored Maxim Gorky the noted Russian committee who shall 'foe voted for onlyin p ; character of Lee ha been omtwhat Primary. classes of merchandise and ;"S-'.

r. .,".;:fj by their presence and every loyal author is said to be greatly the districts or precincts respectively ;t bet butfwsthaflh4jhand sight f of( ia the study of hit career .. THOS. F., WRIGHTQN., sonal property usually placed or

troubled. by newspaper reporters. He that they are candidates to stored in warehouses; to ac: u
:' f: ;: K: Pensacolian sincerely hopesthat their HoUe and true. The Bayard of For Tax Assessor.
could scatter the reporters easijy represent. County bailee for the owner or o\\..
{:, :' :, visit may result in great good to the : : the5 thezhibztsthede1ctcritic5of .
by talking a little Russian at them. 5. Those persons and only those ers of all such articles: )
4' k t order which they represent,as well as .. shall become candidates before, or the Christian gendcmaa to the fulL! I will be a candidate for renomina- charge and collect a considjiai

4 "" I."-i.:&; pleasure to themselves.Sponging vote at or participate in the management ; be I HiisapcuonaEytoLcdu&Lte followed,to be I loved. ialiUgrcatnes : S lion to the office of County Tax Assessor for storing' same anal: for acting M
Lt. .!'- :.: ii of said primary election who ; his in the DemQCratic Primary of May bailee; to issue warehouse itwip';
ADd
sunpBdty he i it
ra
!, oJ' are white democraic electors, who declare S maaheod an 15. I :respectfully ask your support. for any and all} property so btoi i
'r .. enduring ioepimfion to true -
.4'.i'%. -' :I' Billan i vox POPULI their adherence to the principlesand for all America-die world cvea." W. W. 1tIHARDS.S and to do any and all things n-..'

organization the Democratic .. essary, incident convenient: or p .>fr.
t'f7t. : Unjust Measure. \ Hi*, party national state and county; S Board Public Instruction. able to the conduct. of said busineOL .

,. .. ; I who are by the laws of the state law S S '
t:j t :-IN; The bill recently passed by the senate DESECRATION OF THEPENSACOLA ful electors of the election district in I will be a candidate for member- The amount of the capital :;toch i>J

q prohibiting taking of sponges CEMETERIES which they offer to vote; who have ship in the Hoard of Public Instruction -said corporation shall be Fifty Tin.;

:"li iu waters of the United State by paid their poll taxes legally due not The Patriots from District, No.1. in the primary !-find Dollars (50000.00), divided 'n'

"k'.L 2.::.1i3 aliens and also restricting the use of. Editor Pensacola :Juoraal: less than ten ((10) days before' said S election. to shares of One Hundred( !DOlII'-

". t ""j diving apparatus. which wag recently We wish to enlist your assistancein primary election is held and who shall WM. E. ANDERSON.I ($100.00) each and shall be pa\ao e.

; '. ;f the subject of resolutions of protest creating a public sentiment and when challenged; by any elector By CYRUS TQWNSEND BRADY in cash- upon the call of the D.n ,
i Reefing, which will put an end to the pledge in writing upon oath'befor an will be a candidate for member tors.
:?;rie9 by the Pensacola Chamber of pilfering and desecration of our inspector his honor to abide by and] Author of The Sou&croer, etc. ship in the Board of Public Instruction IV.

J tl" 'Commerce, is not only condemned in cemeteries, especially St John's. support the result of such primary in all its It from District No. 2,. in the primary The said corporation shall ext; ;:

: }; ft-.;, f tils section of the state, but in the Flowers which loving hands have election and vote fo\" the nominees g A Wai-rime story aspects. opens with a chapterin election. for ninety-nins ((99) years from ,hl't!
aroynd the hour in which he of the granting of letters t 1')
section which its framer evidently, placed there are pilfered, statuary isIbroken. thereof. the life of Lee woven decidedto :H. G. DeSILVA. paten
i' -. trampled and ornaments 6. Said primary\ election shall be it.
the
graves take for Virginia and Southland.
r..ij:" ; thought would profit by its passage. and plants taken away. These conducted in accordance< wtth the primary up arms \ will be a candidate for member V.

y--"I 'The Tampa Tribune vigorously assails acts are all offenses against the city election laws of the state of g 5 There isa, dual love story-a vein of the most tender and ship in the Board of Public Instructionfrom The business of said corpora'
f...., the mt.'asure. relative to which ordinance and the sexton is clothed Florida. The voting shall\ be by ballot District No. 3, in the primary shall be conducted by a board! 'to. >It'

; it has the following to say: ?.ith police authority to make ar. prepared and in accordance with sweetest sentiment running through the pages. election. composed of not less than th.".* ,..
rests but naturally we are' reluctant the provisions of the State Election W. M. AGERTON. nor more than seven ((7)) din '
of, .:: 4b
l The bill which, as stated in ye.teraay's .-- Illustrated in Colors, $1.50 provided by the by-laws; a Pr .; !" "',
to go to this extreme. Laws and shall be printed and distributed S .
r:-[ >; Associated Press dispatches This pilfering is mostly thoughnot under the direction of this Jfyour; bookseller hosift if,ifajuMuAers vijJljend the boek,fostage fa id.. -I a Vice-President, and a Lee" "1" -
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t ; ti in the Tribune has just passed the pffrue, sha,1 l
and'we upon retetft Treasurer. The directors
t'! wholly done by children County Executive Committee\ On

l'.f r1.1U, i Senate sponges prohibiting by divers in the the taking waters of of earnestly appeal to parents to warn said ballot shall be printed ths namesof '- ,; DODD, MEAD & COMPANY Legal AdvertisementsIn the elected litock-h annually lders at to; be the held mect'ns tin: <"" "

i.'t<1'....,:s.1I:4: ; the United States is unjust measure their cemetery-children against spot 'such' for the acts.most A all candidates for national and Publishers 372 Fifth Avenue New York County Judge's Court Escambia third Wednesday I in January or ea \
a state offices and other candidates as
.j and ought .to be defeated by' the and the officers shall be dei",> i
holy tender sentiments and it County Florida. By the County Judge year
Tj'l : anij fixed 'by the state campaign committee -
; House;' before which it now goes for by tha Board of Directors at a meting
should 1>9 entered and treated with and next in order the names of S SS of saId County. Whereas John
r ; ".a action. reverence and kindly consideration. Pfeiffer has applied to this! Court for to be held on the same d;:
candidates for other
(; As th$ bill was originally framed. county and all\ S Until the first election John H. Pa- -
honor Letters Administration
Even barbarians and cum testa-
savages
| offices. In all the of
; the Trlbuns it only cases names
understaads
tt. prohibited be President: R. F. Mitch.
shall
the resting place of inento annexe the estate of John
and reverence on
in ) Keep
candidates shall be arranged alphabetical -
the
the taking of in the Out-! -
sponges Mosquito Vice President and D. R. Sauail! 3SscretaryTreasurer
sentiment late
the dead. It .should be a order all substantially in conformity Dunn of said County of beam
Raters of the United States by John i n I
Ipf: : aliena. This was eminently common to all humanity and we take with the ballots used in gen. Screen office house with Burrowe's 18-mesh bia. These are therefore to cite and ; and 1.J>
proper itr
f this method of appealing to public your or I admonish all and singular the kindred Pace, J. R. Saunders R. F. .

; ; t. !i the and Greeks could have engaged bsen in.easily the met diving by sentimsat and asking its cooperation. eral 7. elections.The inspectors' and clerks to wire screens. They fit any door or window. Made in and creditors of said deceased, to be J.constitute G. Pace the and Board J. H. Smitbwick of Director sI'. :5

: 'i. ,, ''''' industry by becoming citizens. But, CEMETERY COMMITTEE.: conduct the first primary election will hard wood soft wood or, metal. Sent on 30 days trial, and appear the 8th before day this of May Court, A.on D.1S06 or before VI.
l' ; it appears, the educational restriction be appointed by the County Executive of md :" '
t: P. 0. Box 104-Phone 1015. Best made. file The highest amount
if
and objections any they have
t t-::, .!tiJtt.: and prohibiting. the. use of any Committee from a list submitted for the neSs to which the corporation can It l
to granting letters as aforesaid
- -. ':it.J raving apparatus in taking sponges,' OFFICIAL CALL each precinct by the members of the -- .--'--! any time subject itself shall boi[):i I"
i .!I':r has been added later, and changes committee from the precinct for approval -!' candidate for the lower house of the otherwise the same will be grantedas Hundred Thousand Dollarb I SI"'! .
; 'i the entire aspect of the bill. by the candidates at a meeting Political Announcements.RATES. prayed. Witness my name as
i .
Florida legislature subject to the action 000.00)).
if The Greek sponge divers have invested FOR THE PRIMARYPursuant to be held in the county court .... of the Democratic primary on County Judge of the County aforesaid m

r,1' a. .:1 iarge sums of money in the house in the city of Pensacola on Saturday May 15th. GEO. T. MORGAN this 27th day of March 190S. Henry The names and residences; "I ii
-
L'tr; ... m irdustry within the past few months. I April 7th 1906, at 8 o'clockp. The rates
.; They have had a large fleet of boats to the call of the State m. and all candidates are invited meats not exceeding 8 lines, to ruu I am a candidate for member of the 27maroaw6wj scriber are as follows:

t: .'t*: built here and at other points along Democratic Committee of the State of and earnestly requested to attend this till the primary of May 15, are as follows House of Representatives from Es- NOTICE. John H. Pace, Pensacola. F.a; :.1'
f y'zI' :tfI'} :, the coast. They have expended their election of the meeting. cambia county subject to the Demo- Shares 100000.
: Florida, a primary :
L Notice is to
1t hereby given
k4 _. t j money heavily for diving apparatus Democratic party will be held in Es- 8. This County Executive Commit The Daily Journal .... .. ... .. $10.00 cratic. Primary. I earnestly solicit legatees and all creditors other J. R. Saunders, Pensacola, Ha ")

rr : .'t t:i.. 'and the other utensils of of their trade.is camlbia' county on Tuesday May 15th, tee will meet at the county court The Weekly Journal .. .. .. .. .. 5.00 the support of the voters of the COUn- persons having distributees claims or 'demands Shares 100000.
Their method taking '
4t-- ";k sponges house in Pensacola on Friday May R.t'. Mitchell Pensacola. F.a
far preferable to the old method of 1906. for the purpose of nominatingcaudidates These rates are strictly cash in advance ty. JERRY J. SULLIVAN JR. against the estate of Wm. J. Hahn deceased
f. ,
t at 8
18th o'clock
and
.i i m.
p. publicly be I :Shares; $1.00000
offices and
the following will
for : no announcement
the
to within
::1.-t 1 Mng toags- The Greeks gat out present same ''
canvass the returns and declare the To the 'Democratic Voters E8cam- II.] G. Pace PensacoU, I-.a
1 Representative in Congress 3rd inserted or run under any other con- of
:
f.'m: into deep water where th? tongers result of the election and decide in two ((2) years to the unders'gned, at Shares 100000.
f, jt. cannot operate. They see what they Congressional District. what second ditions. bia County: Cottage Hill Florida, -who has taken Pensaroia, I fJ ,
: cases a primary shall be At the of friends J. H. Smlthwick
2 Justices of the Court. request many
t are doing and are thus enabled to se Supreme out letters testamentary! .upon the estate -
(.\.. v'L'i. i.. ;' I.ect only the full-grown and best 2 Railroad Oomm1ss: ners. held. !FRANK Fo the State Senate. from the country and from the city I of the said deceased. SamanthaF. 10 Shares $1,000.00.$5,00000
REILLY. Total Shares 50.
1 State Senator. I hereby announce my candidacy for "
tv rfet Wamaging the beds by uprooting S Hahn. Executrix. 6maroaw8w WHERE:|7-
2 Members of the House of Chairman Escambia County Democratic Representative in the legislature at IN WITNESSETH
Repre-
,1l1 the for the
; : \. promiscuously young eponges John S. Beard a candidate I stibscn I'-S
Ill 1\" .."i....r; ,,! with. the matured ones. They are sentatives. W. C. JONES.Executive Secretary.Committee. nomination to the State Senate in the the session 1907 subject to the action SHERIFF'S SALE. The hereunto before mentioned signed their nanu*

i' j'Caceable and lawabidingcitizens.\ 1 County Assessor of Taxes. Democratic primary called to be held of the 'Democratic primary May loth By virtus of an execution issued have JOHN II. PACE.

;'.t -t.,i. .! They are on good terms tha Tribune 1 Tax Collector. COUNTY DEMOCRATIC May 15th together with other speakers 1906 and I earnestly solicit the support out of the circuit court of Escambia J. R. SAUNDERS.

1J.-' :..1"f: :! understands.. with the sponge buyers 1 County Treasurer. EXECUTIVE will address the people of Es of the Democracy of Escambia County Florida ''wherein D. WI.MeMllian R. F. MITCHELL,
f.it ;-: .t and all their business relations have 5 County Commissioners. COMMITTEE cambia county upon the political Issues county. is plaintiff and Herman J. G. PACE.
I1 4f.1 ... r.t.t :been satisfactory. Why there should 3 Members County Board of Public ----- of the day at the following I favor liberal: pensions for Confederate Heinberg i* defendant I have levied SMFTHWICK.
t: ".:.. ... If be an .effort to summarily "put them Instruction. There will be a meeting of the times and places: soldiers and their widows. upon and will sell at public outcryto J. H.

4- : ;iJ? cut of business"; by Federal legislation 1 Supervisor. of Registration of County Democratic Executive Committee Roberts :Monday night April 16. Uniform school terms giving the I the highest bidder for cash in -
( is to understand. held at the court house Saturdayat country public schools the I Il front of house State of Florida
[14- \tt, hard Elect rs. Century, Tuesday night, April 17. same the county court doorin
t- 'A'\t: ; The Tribune hopes that the FlorIda Justice of the Peace, Districts No. 8 o'clock p. m.,,April '7th 1906 ,for Pensacola (Escambia Hotel), Thurs l length term as the city schools.A the city of Pensacola, Fla., on the EJscamlbia: the County.subscriber, a m "'

>, >vSfri Representatives in Congress will 1. 2, 4, -5 and 7. the purpose of appointing clerks and day night April 19.Io1ino. 'un'.form: school book law and 7th day of :May, A. D. 1906 duringthe Before for said St.. i' ""i

:y ';:.' --L:1; :J take steps to defeat this bill, which Constables]: Districts No. 1, 3. 4 and inspectors to conduct the ;primary Friday night, April 20. free books for the pupils of all public' legal hours of sale, the following 'public in and appeared |t IV( : ', i
.J; ..t''I'. .was evidently introduced under a 7. election of May 15th 1906 and for schools.An described real estate to wit: the east County, personally ,"
Bluff Springs Saturday, day time, R. F.1:
.' : of the situation the transaction of any other business feet of lots nineteen twen- Pace, J. R. Saunders,
_f. .: d- mistaken Impression Chairman Democratic. County Executive -, April 21.iMuscogee. efficient law for the equalizationof forty ((40)) and J. H. Sni-: :!* *;:.
senators. FRANK REILLY, ty twenty-one: and: twenty-two ((19 J. G. Pace
taxes. 20 ,
lot 41j I JWt by our Committee: Monday night April 23. to be th> ini'! : > :
,i ;} The Greeks make good and industrious Secretary Democratic County Executive W. C. JONES, Chairman. Good roads specially. 21 & 22)) of block thirty-five ((35)), known to me '.. ;
McKinnonsYille Tuesday, time the foregoing /
'fJ: tf.\.ol' : citizens here and they have Committee. Secretary.IN April 24.Brent's. day Yours respectfully of the East King Tract of the city described in and .1- .. d.;':'
,.1.17' invested In this section. of Pensacola Escambia ment by said nam.33 ,,
heavily county, -
'it
cir 23 Members Democratic County M. JACOBY.For tIll' :
K ,' l ,.'; The money that they spend goes to Executive Committee. Thursday night April 26 Florida, said property fronting forty edged that they executed ',- ;"' 1
::4;(; ;:.j. .1; the 'boat carpenter. the provision 2. The name of no person shall be ALL WALKS' CF, LIFE. Myrtle Grove Friday night, April Justice Peace, 'District No. 2. ((40)) feet, south on Gonzalez; street going instrument:! for forth the: u-

:'4'k' J) dsaler the small merchant. To deprive 27.Ferry by a depth of one hundred and twenty 'purposes> therein set ; .
ff t -
!, printed on the official ballot to be time I hereby announce my candidacyfor hand and .- a; '
Pass Saturday. day May Given unater my
g them of their means ot livelihood Herpicide Is ((120) feet on Davis street. .
Used to
Cure
Dandruff. i),
< used in said election unless he be 5th. the office of Justice of the Peace cial this lith day of April) V
'fi 1 J 1 Just as they have made preparations certified R H. Lyons, New York N. Y., for the Second J. C. VAN PELT,
candidate
as by the Stateor District of Escambia. S
Millview, Thursday night May 3MeDavid 19
: .1: ;KlML ; to embark in the business upon says: Sheriff.3apl.oaw4t. 6'J .
; Congressional Committeexor unlesshe County subject to the Democratic 0 WALKER.Notary
Friday night May 4. .
.
44:; -1- an extensive scale is unjust and "I am very fond of Herpicide and '
shall on or before April 26th 1906 Nix's Precinct Tuesday night, May Primary to be held May 15th, 1906. Hub'j-
js.j "
unfair. enjoy using it. It is '3
i- file refreshing. Ft'b.1: i'J: >
tr' in
,ftS.i writing with the chairman of R. L. NICHEI EN. NOTICE. My commission expires
-or 1 Dr. J. H.
: Bush Toledo Ohio, 8th.Beulah
this
: \"i' County Executive Committee notice writes Thursday night. May 10. The annual meeting of the stockholders .

i !*t"AU that Glitters".F of his candidacy and applicationto "Newbro's Herpicide has given Pensacola (Seville Square) Friday I hereby announce my candidacyfor of the Pensacola & Perdido F. & A. M. .""
oii (.' 1' Stt have his name placed on said 'bal better satisfaction than anything I night May 11. the office of Justice of the Peace Railroad Company will be held at the A regular commun ca' or. >'.

:' t :t Not Advertising. lot and also pay to the treasurer the have ever use ." Pine Barren Saturday night May for the Second District of Escambia office of the ,company in Pensacola Pensacola Lodge No 42 r
S ; assessment hereinafter provided. Only County, subject to the Democratic held Tn.:: -
o be
12. Tla. at 10 o'clock. & A. M, will
iMrs. Borkey, of Chadron, Neb. a, m. Wednesday
: ,
\.h' It has been written that "Some whose'names be held \rfJ
persons are printed on Primary. to May 15th 1906. night. All memoein i l
of Herpicide May 2nd 1906, for election of boardof day
L i*H: f. :" i tad people would be less dangerous. the official ballot shall be voted for says"It cleaned. my:head of dandruff S C. L. SHINE. directors and transaction of a other requested to be present and Vi--4'
r they had not some goodness." in said election. Said notice and applications For the Legislature.I order of f
invited. By
li brethren
; and stSjpped my hair from falling S business, As ratification of the acts
\
fei;; :We are too apt to hope thai the follows shall b.e in form substantially out. It is the best remedy for dan am a candidate for representative I hereby anounce myself a candi- of the Board of Directors, providing T. E. HARVEY. W. !-

en-thrift is a "well-meaning" fe}. as druff I ever used and I have used a in the lower house of the state date for the office ol Justice of the for an additional issue of bonds is one I B. M. SOLOMON. Sec.
Frank R-
L l' illy, Chairman Democratic for District No. 2
tH Peace subject to
f' ,: low-to excuse the indolent man byjt County Executive Committee. great many, legislature subject to the action of of the Democratic of the propositons: to be voted on, it
action
the !
f'' I R. S. Coleman Ann Harbor, Mich.. the Democratic primary of May 13 Primary is particularly desirable that the en., CREW NOTICE.
.J ': the fact that he is a "goodnatured"chapto Dear Sir:-t file this notice of i
15th.
my May 0.11'
says: and I will appreciate the support of tire share :capital be represented Neither the captain
'" ', ; pardon the reprobate? : be- candidacy and application-fa have my I "I have used .two bottles of Herpi all democrats. 5-5 J. D. GOSS. I IFor either in person or "by proxy. The ers nor consignee? "i :.. J

'ilf ilii cause he is "good to his mother!" name printed on the official ballot, as:' dde and derived benefit therefrom.' J. E. LONG, 5 transfer books will be closed April a Br. ss Chelfora wi'1': M ,"
candidate for .. .... County Commissioner Dist No. 3.
.. .. .. .at the ',1:1.:
1 : ..., Some bad advertising mediums I For sale by W. A, DAlemherteaTuggist 4th and remain closed until May 7th. sponsible for debts
Election
would be if they Primary to be held May 15th and apothecary, 121 South I I am a candidate for member of the I hereby announce my candidacy for HENRY MCLAUGHLIN.Pres'dent, tracted by the crew of said \es=e.
c\ les.s dangerous were 1906. I
Palafox street, or send lOc in stamps lower house In the state legislature releetion to the office of county commissioner : H. H, WOOP
{
gt1f: "it \vHoIIy worthless.The I am a white democratic voter of! for sample, to Th Herpicide Co., DetroitMich. I from Escambia county in the Democratic from District ?\o. 3, subject S HYER BROS., Cap:" 1.

,, ..,t \ business man ;who is "luke. Florida Precinct and...t.., of Escambia County I I primary of May 15, and wi1-ap- .to the action of the Democratic. Primary -I In Escambia Countr Circuit Court. Agents.

:l: I'! .warm" about advertising-the man declare my adherence to S I predate the support of all Democrat of. May 15. State of Florid; Chancery.. Charles:

,k'.\! .'it" who likes to see his name OQ a bill- the principles and organization of the GET A PANAMA, $5.00, $7.50 AND CHAS. M. COSTW S J. M. ANDREWS.Ihereby M. Coston? vs. ,American Blower GET PANAMA, $ .OD, $7.50 AND
<
; Democratic
: I
national state
and
{ party, .
$10,00 AT
CLOTHINQ
STANDARD
1.I.: CLOTHING
Company corporationOn Monday $10.00 AT STANDARD
.
:- 3ai-4 and calls it aQ.1vertising-the; county, and I honor .p.
I pledge my to COMPANY. I hereby announce myself as a announce my candidacy the 7th day pf May A. D., 1S08, the COMPANY.t .
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: PEOPLE and Pimples in Ten Days. I DefUNIAK i ru ro :

EVENTS # I KAOINOLA Is I ICY cIIlCO'Ct1lOlcI each I positive

furutee to remove uA freckles mosey pimpta refunded, Hrer-spots ia every cue tun-taa'where,ulhw it f-'il*' I Prepare for April Showers I m'jro ffl

Heard spay klidtiesis. eolUr disaleratlom/ tad ill tnptimuat ; I
and
Seen, Done Among Those Who 'Go Come and tte skia. It matter ef lew Ions itutioi. Cots: Special 'to The Journal. ; -

ordinary MS* ia 19 diTfcxtftliewarstiiilStottdiyv f DeFuniak Springs, April 16.-/ '

Tarry Women and Society, Here and Elsewhere. Ate hattty|III ue.ttet and As beutil defects retards ire L our No reamed r possible the and lan skis ability can will result to be comply clear from* date Judge for Daniel represantative Campbell, is Mr.a eandi-I: !I and the Hot Summer Sun I

Campbell for member of the school '
i
wllk!( our apteauats' +e refcf to the Csauercbt: Bank
G sad Baak d Beery, Pans,Tena.,or any county official. board from the third district and, I
BE KOUC BECK. Telephone SSS."' S Ask yen druids tor NADL"ou.llk iasa't it,send BWcent Mr. Richardson for County Commissioner ;M'u
I money order aid ve will. send you a SO-< W ggtatC! }>io -- iJ package ol NADINOLA( kjr man. If it falls to do all ve Mr. and ,Mrs. J. C. Page of Sherman -I'! A great purchase of ladies' and Gents' ffiRJ
claIm for It, notify us and we will promptly retm yoarnooey K. '
Addrest ftimui' TOILET CO. Paris Teao. N. Y. who have been spending! I II

JOHN, GILES BURROWS 'lhe JJ -"" the nesday winter here, returned home. Wed'.1'' Umbrellas made of best fast-dyed Gloria ffitU
Journal's I
BIRTHDAY PARTY: AND Daily Fashion Feature I I' ,
}!
Miss Cox .of Selma Ala., returned i; I, ro
EGG HUNT.
EASTER home Monday morning. Miss Cox\
John Giles Burrow entertained I Paragon frame regular $1.50 Value
Master fy
has been visiting her sister, Mrs. ,
about 'thirty little friends at t The Best is What We Sell McPaaiLMr. I N

the home of his parents }It. ami! Mrs. .. and Mrs. C. W. Murphy Miss ; to sold only Tuesday and Wednesday N
John Barrow 26 East Chase, from 3 Mamie Stair and Mrs. D. W. Barber .$ $

tc6, to celebrate his sixth birthday, and son James, left Tuesday morn- I
and they certainly. had a jolly good ,I ing for a visit to Crayton Beach. I For 83c. pi I
time! Monday.The Capt. W. W. Flournoy will soon
3
chief fun of the evening was y have for I 01
a big will dug a water supply N
an Easter egg hunt, four dozens of and erect a forty foot tower witha I '
lea-uOfully colored eggs being: I 5,000 gallon tank, for use in the|I'" m SEE SHOW WINDOW |j

found. T Flournoy block. !
ICe cream, cake and candy were 1. t j Big Specials for a Few Days I II One of the subjects considered t at' I ro

served and the souvenirs were cunnIng I j jI jI tha; Presbytery: meeting at Clvptey!.
little baskets in the form of ':. I recently, was the college which is to !m i

chickens! ducks and rabbits, each ..,' I 18 lbs Granulated Sugar SI be established here by the Prasbyterians I PJry Wait For. j

tilled with delicious home-made can- I _, who have bought the Normal, '
cThe pretty birthday cake with I 13 tbs Fancy Head Rice SI school buildings for that purpose. its ,!
1 its six candles formao! the center of I } not thought that the college will fD GREA T SILK SALE i ifU

attraction as well as of the table. I 9 Ibs Good Rio Coffee SI l te started till! next y, a.r.

All those children would ba glad I Early in May there mill be an' ,

if John would celebrate oftener for /J\\\ We have just received they rarely have so genuinely good \ afresh issue of $6,000 in bonds towards the;i: i Friday'lY
a time, and they hope he will have I I barrel of Queen II erection 06 a n3w school house shall;; .

lots more birthdays .before he gets .!J Olives, at 50c quart. Iii authorized.. .t 0U
too big to have part)3. Mrs. Richardson and daughter. i
: rj (
-+- I Miss: Mollia visiting relations at',
CRAVEYPFEIFFEREASTER I Freeport. I FORBES STORE

WEDDING.The { i Mr. and Mrs. S'. M. Simpson and|i

first Easter wedding was that f. ROSENAU &.GEREIDS, son, of Norfolk, Va., have moved j 11;iaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaseaa
of Mr. Henry J. Pfeiffer and Miss here, and at present are staying with! eae2eaaa2caea

Martha Cravey, Rsv. J. F. W. Rhine- / /s .T e Fancy Grocers, [.:Mrs. Sue Gillis till they find a house: ,.
hardt pastor of the German Lutheran 1\ / / Phone 391. Pensacola. [to suit them. Mr. Sinijjson is manager :
church officiating.The 1 / ;. a and part owner of the Geo. E.! aaaiIw
ceremony took place Easter ,- :! ------- 'Wood Lumber Co., of Westville. The I
rmday evening at 6:45) at the resi- / r family will be a valuable addition toj(, m

... i \\ / tr d i 'OLD MEMORIES our The town home, of Mrs. D. E. Burks was, Arrivals
:
,Mr George C. Pfeiffer was his ; ,, the scene of gaiety Saturday after !
brother's best man and escorted the / it noon as Miss Jimmie Lou Burks I j roChildren's
'bride to the altar the bridesmaidMiss i\\\ ARE REVIVED and Miss Sadie Johnson gave an egg)I ;fUW
Evelyne Cravey entering with \ hunt to which between 40 and 50) J l rufU

the groom. '. : children were invited. I fy Wash Suits
Rev. E. \. Connelly, presiding
The wedding was a quiet one, only i
relatives of the bridal party being Eat tor RensaeelaJotirna l (, }: elder of the Marianna district,!i'
present There were' many beautiful / : Your favor received, and per same [preached at the M. E. church South: w ro
"wedding presents, some from friends .. .; mail comas the 'fanama Special edition Thursday night Revival services i ro
ia Mobile and elsawhere.The .. i of "The Journal. I note jour ibegan Sunday *y the pastor Rev. ro

happy couple are now at home '. i kindly suggestion; that the latter may Northcut assisted by Rev J. M.
at 24-5 East Intendencia, and a host .. I afford a peasant "quarter of an Shofner, of Brewton, Ala. j In White Pique White Duck
of friends will join ia congratula,- hour," in prsual: etc. Quarter of an!. Easter day was observed by the ,
tons and good wishes. hour fidJ::. esticks. I've spent over an Baptists with special music by the u Offtl
-+- --' hour, as busy as I am, and have read choirs the solos by Mrs. Sleeman and,!' i and Fancy Cheviots
'practically eveything, including the jMfes Althea Thompson. ands: appro-. '
SPONSORS AND MAIDS advertis-ameats* not by any means priate sermons by the pastor R=v.I! ** N
The Florida sponsors and maids of omitting the one about the big white Dr. Thompson.: In the North M. E.t r KV

honor are expected to pass through ,.' faced bull] calfif Then I've looked at church the morning hour was given In Buster Brown and Sailor Styles in m
the city Tuesday night of next week all the pictures, especially those of up to the children of the Sunday! j
nom the eastern part of th.3 state .. the ladiss: in bathingsuits, etc. The school, who under tha directions, nJ W

en route to the sixteenth annual re- A TAILORED SCHOOL FROCK, I pictures of the new buildings do not of Mrs. Clutter, gave an Easter j jiMSssianary i lU sizes 3 to 8. .
t'juion of Confederae Veterans which attract me as much as the ola ones, Service, "itesurreetionPoweri" net
ioa\enes in Xaw Orleans April 25. I Frills and furbelows has no place in ished .with.a single row of-machine. for<.! reeogni;e/some. of :the latter,r which was very pret-' N N
The party will leave Jacksonville the schoolgirl's wardrobe of everjdayjfrocks. I stitch'ng. 'lte rather long.blouse hw i .having sea them o40 years ago.I tily rendered. After short addresses: i iI
Tuesday morning in a private car The tailored dress is to her;, triple box pleats back and front, confined I j For be it known to iou, my friend, from the Pastor Pr. Baker and Edi- Ranging in Prices from $1.25 to $2.50 m
and will include besides the veter- what the boy's shirt waist is to aim-:, at the waistline by a broad beit I have a tender spot; in my memory I tor Storrs, of The Breeze, a special: I Ii

ans and chaperones' :Miss Carri an absolute necessity. The long-favored -, of the mohair, trimmed with two rows: tor Pensacola, for it was at the Navy i Easter,offering was taken up by fom.11rls. w ro
Rogers sponsor for the Florida Russian blouse for'-very small of black ,silk braid, fastening in front yard I saw, myv first service as a little L t,
Sons of Veterans, and her maid of[boys and girls is this season seen in the with a plain gun metal ''buckle. The I' soldier\ : of the Lost Cause, and was Mrs Griffin died Thursday atFreeport ro m

honor Miss Anna Richards; the lines 'of garments for older 'g.rls: -, broad sailor "--collar, trimmed. with nipj! e. or less familiar! with old Pen- and.. her funeral occuredi i w w
sponsor for the second brigade, those from S to, 16--dividing favor' bran}: fastens in front beneath toe sacola before It enlisted. at the Baptist church in DeFuniak '
!!Fk>rida. division Miss Unetta Bo> with the popular Peter Thompson. Any f j t,, centre box pleat, the low band at the Senator Mallorys article greatly at 3 o'clock Friday. Shy was avery I Watson Parker Reese
and the maid of honor for the .er'l of the lightweight woolens will make I j showing double rows of the Srali The f interested m,?,...as some of the ok useful woman and will be greatly -' ; (U I
ida division, Miss Elizabeth FL up well after this style, the dress pictured I f,I full bisaop sleeve is tucked about the names were familiar to me, and I missed, 'I II m ,
En route they; will be joined by employing a Ugatweigat English' wrist to stimulate a cuff, each show well remember the old r"Ewing" Miss Bessie Morrison and! Miss

Miss Jessie Bodiford, of Gainesville, mohair in a deep rich blue shade. The ing machine stitching. The jaunty and the old sid wheeler"Traje" I Craddoch who are here for their': i a a .......
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be Miss Boyer's maid of skirt, reaching half way between the sailor ';is girlish and ""becofiijng with ; whichgjti? faits. to mention. I health, hoping for recovery from tu-
l.ono, and Miss Genevieve Parkhill.of The-pictare! of the old somewhat better i ,
guns carry iberculosis. are both -----------
knee and ankle, is laid in deep side its banding and rosette of ribbon;
Monticelk, for the Florida ; back tb time when in life's Mr. Sutton is low
sponsor me a and hopeful. very
pleats either side* of the centre front through which two long quills are fMi
division march when bosom was "'h umatsm.! His PEOPLE
morning my with fever and re- SAYS
box pleat and the deep hem is fin- thrustin
going". I saw and heard these old coxery is very doubtful.
Dr Earnest Quina has returned war dogs open their mouths and The T. I. A.! society is pushing the ;

from Chicago where he has sport hospital and for seven months of the I Illinois to the regret of her many roar. And the ruins of, old Fort Mc- work of beautifying the city. The WANT PARKHILL 1iox
the past ;year in eye, ear and throat time was house surgeon. Dr. Quina Pensacola friends. Rae and pictures of Fort Barrancasand members would make DeFuniak a RiverClover
is one of the fortunate professional Fort Pickens all look natural summer resort as wall; as a winter

men who has secured offices in the Cheapest as well as the best -Blue I never visited the latter, as there home. Mrs. Watson, the ,president. R. P. REESE RETURNS' FROM
CORDIAL INVITATIONADDRESSEDTOWORKING handsome new Brent building. Ribbon Lemon and Van:lla. 'Absolutely : ; were good reasons why I shoula': not LJ pushing the matter hard.
Meantime he Is temporarily located pure. Goes twice a3 taraI at the time, but some of our troops The new' tabernacle is in a nebu- TRIP TO MIDDLE\, AND
elsewhere. 'who preceded our command, madean lous state at the present moment.
other kInds and desserts the
4. "Blue Ribbon Flavor.gives" early morning visit to Santa Rosa There Is some :hope\ that it will SOUTH FLORIDA Hill
GIRLS island and tried to lick the cele-- solidify soon. '
The friends of Mrs. Thorn
many Wilson's Zouaves" and --
bratsd "Billy Mr. Thalimer is building a new
-- ton mother of Mrs M. E. :Marvin, A Thousand Dollars Worth of Good I think they did did it, too. but in home one block south of the taber R. P. Reese returned yesterday
Was Pink-
How Mrs.
Barrows Tells will be glad to learn that she was
of the first Gainesville where he went to
"I have been afflicted with doing so Eipllled some nacle. from
kidnev
ham's Gina.t .
Advice Helps Working feeling :better last night though still and bladder trouble for yearg, passing flood shed in behalf of the Con- 'Rogers and Beach are busy fnther represents Bay Lodge, NO. 2505,
suffering: from the. effect of her fall Blooa': flowed freely of Honor in the grand lodge. ButterReduced
gravel or stones with excruc'atingpain : federacy. : mill. They shipped last week Knights ,
Girls who work Saturday.Mr. ," says A. H. Thurnes a well enough afterward, but the death of as follow! : To :Massey 1 car; to En- After the adjournment of the latter,

are particularly known coal! operator of Buffalo 0. "1 these men, some of them my school- field. Ills., 2 cars to New Decatur, Mr. Reese made a business trip
susceptible to female and )[rs. George C. Carden got no relief: from medicine until I b f.; n'ates and neighbors, Impressed me 1 car;. to Howell Ij4, 1 car. besides to Fort Myers in South Florida.To .
Mr. and Mrs and
disorders H. H. Dryer, Mr.
: Fo! greatly then. other wbCar.! pressing. a Journal representat yesterday -
gan tak'ng -y's Kidney Cure, th.n: orej
i of
those Mrs. Eagan and Miss Eagan De
especially Well, I started to write about your fine at this sa'd conditions
the result was surprising.: A few Crops are looking Mr. Reese appeared -
who Funiak, Fla., form a partyof promi--
are obliged doses started: the br'ck-dust-likd sub- special ed.'t'on: but have drifted into stare. Mr. Nipe is still working on : to be prosperous both in cen-
'v :, to stand on their nent people in i .town, the gentlemenas reminiscences Your publication reflects : has been
stauce and now I have no pain across his berries He says tbs avery tral and south Florida.: Some tile
i 1t. j4 feet from morn delegates to the grand Ioug3: of editorial
much credit your
upon fruitful as far as strawberries he sail Is being takenin
interest also
dele- my kidneys and) I feel like a new maIf.It year .
ing until night in Cdd Fellows, and the ladies as mechanical departments
stores or facto at large in the. city has done me $1000 worth of-good:" and are conc rned. the po! tical. campaign and although
gates
be of to
to
ries. Foley's Kidney Cure w:11 cute every acd you have reason proud Rev. )\r. Hi,?don left Friday for this is what is called an "off
{it. And: too, 1t requires no prophetto a new field and the Presbyterians are the ses to be a
campaign
; prc-m
form of kidney adder year
iIlAMJ'f.'Barrow.Day, in and day Mrs. I. H. Aiken's guests the or disease. W: bright future for your
predict a to lose Mr. .
We regret
pastortegsfc! -before it is concluded.The
out the girl toils, Misses Galt of Louisville i Ky. left A. D'Alemberte, drugg st and apothe* city, as :you have natural advantages lively one
Higdon. said Mr.
and tte is often the bread-winner of yesterday for home. cary. which are not surpassed by any port '. people generally
the family. Whether she is sick orwell 4 coast. Reese, were taking an interest in
southern
whether it rains shines she HOSIERY! HOSIERY! cr our Judge Parkhill's can'Iiicy/ for the
or miss Nellie Kejser and her guests HOSIERY Wishing you and jour city all of A DOCTOR
must get to here of employment, Miss Kibby of Washington and Miss LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETELINE you wish for it. and yoiuocif, WQMAN supreme court. In fact, !o use a 30 Cents
perform the duties exacted of her- Hunter of Chicago were the honoreesat CF MEN'S HOSIERY! TO BE success Was Quick to See That Coffee familiar expression, the "wools seem-

smile and be agreeable. a pretty chaffing disk luncheon .FOUND AT WATSON, PARKER & fan' Cord'ally. Poison Was Doing the ed to be on fire" for the Judge and no

A Among j. this class the* symptoms of given! Monday. by Miss Mnefee.Mrs. REESE'S DEPARTMENT STORE, AT W. C. DOB30N. Mischief.A opposition: was apparent anwherp.
f'male diseases are early manifest oy I PRICES THAT WILL INDUCE YOU lady tells of a bad case of coffeepoisoning Lawyers and county ofHQ'als whom he
weak and aching backs pain in the met all! told Mr. Reese that Jude
W. H. Cutter of Cotton wood, TO BUY tLLteUs it in a waS()
lower limbs and lower part of the Falls, Kan.. who has been visitingher 1 i! ;1- #- i 1( $ ;; sinrpU: .and .straightforward that Parkhill would certainly sweep Per Pound
itomacn. In consequence of frequent -... I their sections of the state.
sister Mrs. Anita Touart was accompanied literary skill could not improve it.
Betting of the feet periods become RESOLUTION OF RESPECT. zce
Miss Lila #
home by "I had neuralgic: headaches for 12
painful and irregular, and frequently Touart, The ladies will make aj! < "and have suffered Chamberlain's Cough Remedy the Best
there years, she says, Monday
are faint and dizzy spells, with Beginning
loss l.esurely trip stopping en route ati I NEE'INOTGO i I untold agony. When I first began to and Moflt Popular.
of is burden.
until life F&
a
appetite I it for croupy"children,
"Mothers buy
All several points of interest 1! have them I e'ghsd' 140 pounds,
these to de
rangement symptoms of the female point organism a 0 Resolutions; adopted by the Bricklayers .I but they, brought me down, to 110. railroad men buy it for severe coughs: April 16th
which be and Mr. and ,Mrs. F. B. Winters of Mobile and Plasters Union. No. 1, of i 1 went to many doctors and they and elderly people buy It for la grippe -

cured by can Lydia E.easily Pinkham's promptly Vegetable who have been visiting friendsin I Florida. : gave""me-.nly temporary reliefSo ," says Moore Bros., E'don, Iowa.
Compound. Pensacola, leave to-day noon for I I ITo Whereas, It has pleased the Su-. I sufferd, on, till one day in 1904, a "We sell more of Chamberlain's Cough

Miss[i Abby F. Barrows, Nelsonville, home accompanied by their niece preme Architect of the Universe to woman doctor, told' me to drink Pcstuaj Remedy than any other kind. It
Athens Co., Ohio, tells what this great Miss Edna Smith. take from our union Brother Wm. Butler Food Coffee.! She saitf: I looked seems to have taken the"lead over sev-
medicine did for her. She writes I,+ : a member whom all mourn and regret -like I was coffee poisoned."So eral other good brands. There is no
Dear Mrs Pinkham- Miss lIrrtledams returned Sun- the trouble of .making the loss of such a ;good brother, I ,:began to drink Postum andI quest'on but this medicine is tfc:\ best -
visit to friends I in the first few be procured "for coughs and
day after a pleasant j gsUned" 15 pounds that can
"I feel it to tell the good cakes
yourself,
duty you nor be worried
my .
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and relatives in; Mobile about the results! andWhereas, At the time cf his death weeks and am' still gaining, but not colds, whether it be a ch'ld or an
that mfglt.attend
mud Blood Purifier have done for me. Before :-.t.- I held fie office of trustee and was a so fasri3'-jf f first, My headaches be- adult that is afflicted. It always cures
I took them I was very nervous had dullheadaches Mrs. McGaughey's da.nce.at. the'I your cake baking. iQjal brother in the cause cf unionism I san .to leave me after I had< used and cures quickly. Sold by all drug Sol Cahn & Co
,paias in back and periods were Country Club for. Miss Kayser, Miss ad-i Postum.about two weeks-long gists.
regular[ Jt&d been to several doctors, and Kibby and Miss Hunter is to be The Cakes We Bake and would always give good enough: expect to get th? coffee .
of
they did me no ,vice to the grand cause the B. M. 1
good. and not last night as loisou ,of. system. KEEP COOL.
out my
to-night
given
your' medicine! has made me well andfig. Have the be TJ.. and The Pure Food Store. ,
qualities .
rarest :
,
1 can do most any kind of work has been stated., I The death of Brother "Now; that a few months have BUY YOUR UNDERWEAR NOW.
without complaint and my periods are alllight. ing raised well, light and the Whereas, the first link broken 1assedsince I began to use Postum WATSON, PARKER & REESE HAS Southwest Corner Palafon lid Intendenaa t
Mrs.: Matthews who visiting' the!l daintiest flavor imagnable.: Let Butler, being Food Coffee,. I can gladly say that I THE SWELLEST: LIKE 0F MEN'S:
"I am in better health than I ever was us have cake order. Cream since we were organized, realizing as neuralgic headache
to your !
Misses Reese goes to/day spend a never know what: a UNDERWEAR |IN THE CITY. \ 178
and 1 know it is aU dUel to your remedies I few oays! with a friend at th, navy(!! delivered in anv quantity, In I we do the great: loss of our brother, \'\. like,any more, and .it was Phones480 "
recommend advice and medicine to all ; act was conducive: to the
your whose
*bo suffer," yard returning Saturday. i bulk or fancy maulds. : every nothing but Possum that cured me. GET A PANAMA$5.00, $7.50 AND
i cause..ond
,welfare of our common .l.Jisei.Postum I sever went
-" Before
AT STANDARD CLOTHING,
It is to such girls that Mrs.'Pink- $10.00 "
ham Mr. and Mrs. TOUluu L. White be it further out alone; } would, get bswilderea\
COMPANY.
holds out a helping hand and ex ..Resolved That these resolutions
parents of toe.: :baby girl and wqaM not know which way to -.
are the ---' ---- ---- '-
tends a cordial invitation to correspond be duplicated on the.minutes of our f alone and head
Now my
J
born yesterday morAl&3;; turn
with Lydia her. She is daughter-in-law of f r Kandy Kitchen Cafe, meeting and: a copy be forwarded to, is as clear as a bell My brain and t HOTEL FOR SALE HOSIERY! HOSIERY HOSIERY
E. Pinkham and for twenty-five of LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETELINE
and home: our deceased
The New City1 Ladies, meet this I the family nerves.:are.stranger than they haveben
Jfars has been advising sick women Fla. MANHATTAN JIOTEL corner Bay- OF MEN'S HOSIERY TO BE i
;
with brother at Quincy for Name1 given byPostum
free ol charge. Her long record of afternoon, ; Mrs.* Bogan.. 104 S.Palafox. Phone999iIIEiii R. T. ROBERTS. Co.years, Battle Creek Mich. ln and Garden streets for jent. ..Con- FOUND AT WATSON PARKER &
"
success in treating woman's ill*makes the ; LOUIS SCOTT. reason.. Read the little tans 23 rooms .furnished throug REESE'S DEPARTMENT STORE AT j
who has spent There's a
her letters of advice of untold value tof'l"ery Mrs. Mc .Henry particulars" PRICES THAT WILL INDUCE YOU
winter with her daughter Mrs. JohnB. J. E. COLEMAN 'book: 1"The Road to. WellvUle, inpkgs out lair .apply toHooton J
ailingworking girl. Address, '
her home t Committee.. & Watson. ISaprSt TO BUY.
Airs Pinkham, Lynn, Mass. Jones, leaves to-day for *






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i .J:' ;. 3j \WANT A HOME $ $.e.

.j* .::.'1iiJ \ FOR SALE -MONEYinvested HOOTON & WATSON
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Just J ? t Look Back.a Little I I 1 ,
orINVESTMENT
in growing
:1J ii:! in real estate a Successors to Thos. C. Watson 6 Ci.
: city like Pensacola, will yield hand- -

,$: { and missed. Lots Ten very desirable lots, some returns-buy a home or invest-,
iss see the many opportunities/you! ,
|i:*. .1:71 r of them, are there not? ..' ? Block 92 of the New City ment now, you will profit by it. Leading Real:Estate, Rental and Insurance Agency
for
I I List and Prices of Few Properties
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'1": Tract; intersection Jackson Sale.

;j. \J,4 Better Look Ahead 'I I have"got a better them investment for sale.than.Pensa!' ,You! can't'find : street'and.16th avenue; overlooking ragossa Beautiful and building Florida lot Blanca comer shelled Zar-
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I .. I cola real estate. ;.- .'/ l the bay beautiful l street and near water.. .. .$900
.. :: .t. : i $2400 : < -, 4 room house, good lot, No. 701 E. Bargains. Real Estate in all parts of the

t, .: it. <:.. Or a whole lot more will get fcy -ou. Remember what !;will buy an eleganf 6 room; cottage l lots for'residences. Wright St .. ..' .." .. .. . .5850'' city.- .
:.?: : .14z.: houses and lots soU for on East and North Hill two one block from Lee square, right: Seven 'lots Block 55 Bel- 4 room house No. 416 W. Zarragos-

( -i: years ago? Nowjust imagine what they'll foe two years in across from school No. 1. Bath, gas. ,, sa' Street..... .. .. .. . .. 5750, Stores a'ncl for
':'" 'iJ!l the future. and everything modern. montTract; lots in this Block 4 room house B. and Jackson; pay. Dwellings rent.

;' -?. .' ,' .f"' | $3100 ments like rent. .. .... .1300 '
... '" .":"" 1ofit J} I large roomy residence, North Hayne: selling at $700': No.; 1420 N. Hayne St., terms.> .$600 V Loans made at current rates of interest on

"'k Buy Pensacola Realty Today.v Street. Six houses North Alcaniz 10 acres. on Brent road..5500 improved V or unimproved property.

i .. : '.:LA > I, $1000 345x236 feet on Brent road, opposite ,
t'.ck.. : t for 80 acre farm west of town, with 6 Street, good investment, will Goulding; $45 per lot or for whole

'I' .. You'll make money if you do. See onr list. room house thereon. net 10 cent. . ... ..... . ... . .$500 Insurance placed in fifteen leading American -
'i'.tI..- ". ,.-.,..,'':r_ Look at the following' :. per 4 'lots, block 149 N. C.. . .$1000'' and foreign companies. .
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rs, .'j: '' '-' .' !*'-... 1 $8'50.00-4 room house. East Romana, For particulars apply to Comfortable and Quiet little home.:
|r.vf.1<' ?: .,>- just east of Tarragona. on Bayou convenient to car. .515001 i
1-tt *. :! I $1,750.00-Halt block 400 by 137% Small cottage, 3 lots corner, good;, We respectfully solicit your patronage.Our .

r pfe( :l r.n" feet near car line, New City. neighbors at Fisherville, fronting: rental department given especial atten-

k: ; : Pensacola Investment Company 600.00one block. New City Tract, bay. .-. . ... . $1700; tion. Call and list. .
i north of Stoddart's. Will be worth '* see our
I 8 room cottage, fronting bay at

i.. ';' ,.tift.; :.;: I I 4. H. D'MEHBERTE, City'Manager. I double in two years.$2OOO.OoBlock close. to. Stoddart's.$2,000.00Two McDavid-Hyer Company, Fisherville . . . .$1800:: .,' "
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6 room cottage No. 1011 E. Jackson
t4s Jtr'j j W. B. KNOWLM, President p.. B. SIMPSON, Secretary. houses, each 5 rooms! Agents New York St. .. .. .. . . .$1500, .
f.r'S .i cq ; I J.E. ST1LLMAN, V.-Prex. ani Gen. Manager. KNOWLES BY!!. Treasurer.t West Wright, rents, $240 a year. Life Insurance Company. 4 room cottage, E. LaRua, between d', .'

t 1 $600.00-4-room house, rents $84 .a I 8 E. Government Street 9th and 10th ave . . .$1050 -V t

(, ;..... '. t.oIT ; Rael state, loans, General Investments.. year. Phone 700. Pensacola Fla. 1201 N. Davis 8 room 2 story on HOOTON & WATSON ,

: :;;. r South Palafox $2OOO-Store and dwelling, West: car line ... . . ... .. .$2000
;.I: 215 Street Pensacola, Florida. 'Jackson street, rents$216 a year.
4. .: '''','t...... ".!J.13i 6 lots, 1 7 room 2 story house, !bath, 54.34SOUTHPALAFOXSTREET.I
\ Wanted toilet and gas, also 4 room cottage, all PHONE .

.,i', 'll. ;, --- -- LESLIE E. BROOKSPhone fln=runnfl w--- 4 conveniences, desiraibly located on \
.1 t .' ,. 1: WANTED-Room and board in gen East Hill, new all . . $5500
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.\. < teel, private family on North Hill 40x100 with cottage. renting well, on ::::
r1 ; 462 Fisher BuildingHLLP p for gentleman, wife and child. Address S. Spring St. near Ramana. $4000,

t with particulars Private, care 12 room 2% story house, near 'Con
REALTY INVESTMENTS Journal. 15apr2t* federate monument.$3150

WANTED 7 desirable lots pn North Hill $ OOO The
!.t. !.' #.j WANTED-r-Position as,' stenographer}I Money to loan on Real Estate Se
flnnutnnsulmnjwr r S fl 'C- or for any knd: of clerical work by curity. ---!
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1.g;% Best on the Market WANTED Four bright boys to deliver lady of experience. Can furnish best Special attention to Fire Insurance.

?).f' messages. Apply Wednesday of references. Address C. C. M., care Have you property to sell? List it

te: "|:: Offered. 'For Sale I .by morning room 2 Old Armory Hall. It*: Journal V 15apr2w with us; we sell quick. 'J I American Life InsuranceCompany

WANTED-To buy'old 'gold and silver -
WANTED first-class

lAk"r: : _, The Fisher Real Estate Agency son.at once. Apply to Hooton stenographer& 17apr Wat: sizes., broken Cash paid.up stuff Lightman regardless! & Klein of, L. S. BROWN & CO. : V

l'4V 4 j 106 E. Wright Phone 1127.
13l:; .' : '-Q 40 feet on East Intendencia street by 170 feet in depth.....$5200 WA.'ITED-.lesman" of long experience 201 Theisen Building. ,
}?. 1 84% feet on east s'de of Baylen St., between Romana and I W ANl'EU.-A. R. Bingham wants
wishes connection
a with a firstclass
"WE
IP c : : and Intendencia streets for $80 a foot front V your, moving and hauling. He guarantees SELL

t1| ,. a ;' j'JTF 10 lots in block 134 of the West King Tract.. .. .. .. .. .... 300 West grocery Florida. firm Can in Pensacola.est .bIrshed For[: all breakage. Phono 630. LOTS"i
s t. C lots in block 189 of the West King Tract..... .. .. .. .. 150 carry I, i of Tampa, Fla.
s business with me. Will be May WANTED-We want orders
{ > .3 lots in the west side of "G" St.. just north of hard road.... 230 open your lot Board and Rooms. ;
1st "Georgia, Journal 1907 Art Calendars. Over
care 300 original Reserve in the State.
Only Legal Company
rL'VJ? 4 lots on Reus St., between DeSoto and Strong St., $450 a lot. 14apr2w VV I designs to vselect from. All nn nnnmwan
i 3 lots in high and dry locatiouon N. W. of Romana .
''- ) corner ] r prices. Mayes Printing Co., Pensacc-:, TWO LARGE UNFURNISHED rooms dollar o capital and legal reserve to be invested IN THE
ll 1" i and "C" streets:: for .. ...... ... ... .. ;. ....... .. 750 with of Every
WANTED-First-class la. privilege light
'.. cook'at once. 16feb.WANTED. housekeeping TOWNS AND CTIES WHERE IT IS PAID IN. Among its officers
A 2
: story and 5 room house with store on East Chase St. for..$2000
.- '- > 240 W. Garden. llapr. use of phone and bath. Near and stockholders are many of the
:. 'it: 6 houses and one vacant lot on East Belmpnt St rents for. .-Electric work of ah kind.!
East Hill bath house and four blocks!
tWO i:; :!/" :{,ii.'!. $42.00. a month for.... y....... .... .... ..... .. ,.-....... ..4500 WANTEID-A good all-round printer,' Let us ciean your fans reair:: Your from car, line. Very desirable place. MOST ABLE MEN IN THE STATE

i' i":: LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH US FOR SALE. capable of doing first-class job print.,dynamo.. do jour wftln etc. Paona Terms reasonable. Address Box 557
"I E ; .. ing and experienced in' newspaper'work. 573.. Pensacola':: Elecirio S \. Co. 205' 8 or call at 1803 E. 16th street. and in Pensacola such well known men as T. E. Welles, T. A. Jpn-,

f ij: : THE COLLECTION' OF RENTS A SPECIALTY Must be absolutely soberno; Baylen. J7aprlw. ; nings, A. C. Blount Jr. C. W. Lamar Thos. C. Watson and man'other
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drinking man need apply. Cook &, prominent men of the highest business and professional sending -
: WANTED.-All kinds of electrical A FINE (DOUBLE IFTJRNISHED not only have confidence in the stock of the as thorough .
} Hutchison Chipley Fla. company a
!] THE FISHER REAL ESTATE AGENCY, 7aprlm work. I sell all kinds or! electrical room with board; ''bath room, telephone business proposition but also in the desiraibility and security! ut

batteries and other electrical supplies. No, 865; on electric car line, insurance.
,.ri l", lr \' 206 SOUTHPALAFOXT. PHONE 87 : WANTED When you need me ring 345 or 955. at 415 W. Gregory St. 14aprlwFURNISHED .
44t
.l i.,: i ;f\ m I------------ -- E. W. Peake. new Star Laundry building V Economical Management! Up-to-Date Contracts\
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',' E. ISdec. ROOMS FOR RENr-
!L .: 1f 11\ WANTED TO RENT-nSmall cottage Privilege of light house keeping. 219 Policies From $50 to $10,000.
f7'l* AHJ t j Must be close in and cheap. Address NEW UPRIGHT PIANO to exchange! Est-Government street Block and a

l1' f\t FOR SALE with full particulars, 99$,.care j I for lot on East HlljU Address P. half from Palafox. 10apr2w!,

I :. *.J ;;; J"Vmm:: Here is YourOpportunity List of Property Wilson for&Sale. Co..by D. Hale Journal ISapr iO.,! Box 207. -V SOrnar WANTED few regular boarders-I I Pensacola Office: Brosnaham Building

One block .on proposed street ca r. PANAMAS-Let us clean your Panama -i Also a few table boarders in private
line, New City overlooking Bayou and straws. Hats cleaned block- Money to ,Loan. family;, good .location; convenient to _... """ "''''':II

E:l'<< ': -:1;: to make an Investment which Texar, and under fence.. .. .$3000One ed and rebanded by expert workman.1 ww-. car line; use of bath and phone. No.1
half'block Lakevew: Leave hats at Fredericksen Tailor MONEY TO 401 Gregory.. Saprlmi i
M.01 r. will yeld: you a b g profit It's on avenuein LOAN-Everybody bor
I t.: 1r t only a lot 66x90 feet but It's settled neighiborhood and on hardroad Shop 34 S. Palafox st.. Special atten- rows money from Jrw. A. HaIl & LOST : For Sale.
on the corner of Garden and very cheap at.. 4. .$1500Onehalf tion to mail orders. Co., 16 E. Government street When PLEASANT! : ROOM to rent. 301() WI: j

Pf{ : Railroad str ets. If interest- block! ((12 lots) and six new In need call on us. 9feblm .Chase. SaprNICYFURNISHERROOMSfOi LOST-Black water spainel dog with FARM FOR SALE-80 acres. local",,1

: ed telephone No. 223 and ask houses renting for' $5.00 each wfh WANTED-Will invest $1000 to $3000 white spot under chin. Answers to at Cottage Hill on railroad; all fcncvi I
,.1;*, ., .* | for room for seven more houses.. $3250 with services in some ligltimate MONEY LOANED on all kinds of perf'oaal rent Apply Mrs. E. Coulson corner name of "Black." Reward. Returnto in and with large house, barns 011'
: :; ..T :sjp Two large lots and a good three and respectable business. GIve. paf- property on short notice. Chase and Spring Sts. 8apr, 518 W. Wright or Home Bakery. houses etc. Creek runs through '.1"<

: -Ti *&kt5 JF;; *> GEO. W. PRYOR, JR. room and hall house renting for $6.00per tlculars. M., 42, care The Journal Terms easy. J. B. Gray & Co., 2 W. NICE, ''FURNISHED ROOMS for rent, llaprlw* land and 4 or 5 springs are airo oa

.'::ttP' month: if sold at once.. ..$600 12apr3w Romana. Phone 1165. ifeb suitable, for light housekeeping. the land. Plenty shade trees and! ,up
hjf-' -. Il,F'-.f --- -- One nice five roomed house in.good -'-- Privilege of phone and bath. Apply pie, pecan, peach and plum T u"'e-.

r.,. '"; locality with 37 foot lot renting for WANTED-Youn-g country printer MONEY TO LOAN.-on real estate'Of 810 E. Gadsden St., or phone 896. ._ FOR_..RENT__._._ I Good soil': also hare a lo* il fine breed(
other sufficient security by ; ----------------- ---------- I
.1' $10.00 per month.. .... .. ..$1000Onehalf wants a position in newspaper or appij 2Smarlm. chickens ducks bogs goats. pea
rlv.: For Farm Tur'entine or an arpent and ten roomed job office in Florida or Alabama.; Has Ing to Thos. Pebley, cor. Palafox: and FOR RENT-3 4-robm cottages on i fowls, pigeons geese and tui 1(- yof
: Timber Lands house in central part of'the city nice eight years' experience and an all- Romana up stairs. 17nov-jn. NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS for 12th avenue and Garden St. Rent all kinds. Reasonfor selling is th.r I
(: thM rent. Good location
f: shade'' and fruit trees. .. ..$5500Vacant round good job printer, A perfect and reasonable: $6.50 per month. Apply 12th ave. and 1: have no one to manage place. A gr-:
i b : LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITY lots In any part of the city gentleman and absolutely sober;' will MONEY TO LEND-On good real estate terms.- 401 W. Chase St._ lapr2wPLEASANT Salamanca St. ISaprlw* bargain either as an investment

1 t Call on or Address at prices that will take. Several Investments start on moderate salary: Address,! security or on Leslie good E.collateral, place to board on North I for party looking for a :sood farm ,&
'c'' that will net 10 per cent stating full particulars, Arthur Win-I at lowe', rates. Brooks. Hill on car line. Address No.8. A. R. BINGHAM has storage room for which to make money. E\"eryJI'! t

t l .. :Jtl Turner & Aymard on the money Invested. I I free White Castle, La. 12aprlw*j Fisher building. -21ju care Journal. 27mar goods rent,, 104 suitable and for 106 furniture South Tarragona or other I(!1 genuine and just as represents v 1I >
FOR RENT. fake. Write or call on W. H. Mo t*
P4-: :: Real Estate and Co. MONEY LOANED on all kinds of per- ROOMS FOR RENT-furnished or un. St Phone 630 30nov
1' Abstract WANTED-People at .'' r.
t Ten roomed house centrally located[, the 'Navy Yard! Box 453. Pensacola for further ;'!I
fft.'f t- P. 0. Box 115 DeFunlak Springs,Fl:1F'.ht. : and unexcelled ,f r a boarding house to buy ice from the old 'reliable.ice II anal property on short notice. furnished. Mrs. M.\ J. Robinson 600 ulars. 31!. ,'
.: Terms easy. J. W. Ballard upstairs E. Gadsden St. 24marlm
;.t *i on street car line $35.00 per month. man officially recognized by the Valentine -
Palafox St. Phone 1144.
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)j: V iFive roomed house close in town, people. I will serve: you prompt I 28% South 5nor I WANTED few boarders at 212 W. For Sale JUST RECEIVEI>-Large snipmeat of
iPECIAL BARGAIN large yard and nice out buildings, stable | ly. IF. N. Howell. llaprlw I Gregory. New house good neigh. -- imported Olive OIL Retail by plat

l," "' ? ; etc., $20.00) per .month.If -- ,I UNLIMITED amount or.money to loan I borhood and on car line. ISmarlm FOR SAliE-Fourty-five thousand 1,, gallon or larger quantity. G. Morass
.f.t what you want is not listed here'< WANTED-Your orders for taUor-:'! all kinds of personal property. acres of virgin pine timber land I in'L'! & Co., ship chandlers and1 grocers "vi
FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY j made clothing. We make on NICE FURNISHED ROOMS: for rent. South Palafox. 4oe.
call us up by phone 234 OP call and. your Special rates to business men on large one body. Apply to Walter Gentry,!!
jiI 't.1 clothes fit Let us take Newly furnished clean i -
'" ... see us at 30 S. Palafox street. your meas The New York Loan Co., 204 and nice Chipley Fla. 17aprlwl '
r" cf : I ure. Lamm & Co., Chicago, W. 0.i loans. % near postoffice. Apply at 128% E. ; FOR SALE OR RENT Two ligh'-n;

kR,ilB r.. *-:* 53 vacant lots that are cheap at $100 D. Hale Wilson & Co. Wells, agent Chipley, Fla. 7aprlm I South Palafor. Government street Mrs. B. M. Trainer. FOR SALE-Desirable boarding j I one with capacity for 75 thousand (ft.

i :", s.-T 7 :r per lot. Ten 3 and 4 room houses 7janlm: house, newly furnished throughout!i lumber the other thirty thousand &:4 l' would SECOND HAND CLOTHING WANT.I rent j) Rates reasonable. Also! 'no
;! ; t that be great bargains at $600, paid to July 23, sjwer connec-i'
1V1 f. i l each. We will sell the entire 'lot for ED-Highest price paid_ for gents'; Miscellaneousni Old newspapers at five cents a bundleat tion, electric lights and telephone- skiff beats for sale cheap, 22 fl. )long) ,
!..< / $9000 it taken at once. This Is the That Easter Dinner. clothing only. Sell second hand goods. ---W this office. They are all clean Will sell all or part. Twelve regular a) ft. beams. Telephone or wnte: I A

: 1);.,.':. !;! cheapest property that will ever betL _. I Dress suits for rent, 9 E. .Intendencia.lt '. GOOD PASTURE-For a few horses and nlc,. boarders: now besides transient daily. Chaffln & Co., Milton, Fla. 2'm'f

/1' \ ''I. offered here. A fine Easter Suit is all bt and cows. Address )r apply to W. Apply 105> E. Intendencia St., Pensa
Hill ei-c-
right THE HIGH LAND-East
; \. t Corner lot'on E. Zarra'gossa St. with :you will want a nice Easter dinner WANTED-By a young man position H. Kilbee. Brents Fla. laaprlw, HOTELS. cola Fla. April 13-lw ION car line, sx: lots 100 ft. ir"iu

1\: ....t', 3 room house; this is a bargain only and the place to get. It is at Moyew, as stenographer. A.1 references awJtrJun. rmruwUn ',,h by 137% deep corners $700 !nsw! \
1\ \.' '.... j offered once ,in a life time. on the square. furnished. Address C.2, care Journal V MATTRESSES AND FURNITURE, FERRELL HOTEL-kneads: Florida.!I FOR SALE-One good second hand lots $600. There are no better gitiajtions -
rd ", 440 E. Main St., 4 room kitchen Phone' 718. Saprlm. Mattresses 'made to- order old ones safe. Will sell cheap. Apply room .
b-
Rates $2.00 day. Nice :! than these lot*!. A. V. Clu
per rooms
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New ticks' furnished. 3, Fisher
building.
i-4 And large hall, cheap. renovate llapr
Nice -
Western
or native Beef, In good beds; table the best. J. M. Fer-! --- -
fi V :4'i' The finest place for a fruit and vegetable fact, a good up-to-date Meat Market WANTED-Stenographic work of.any Second hand furniture bought and! nell Prop. iTapr : FOR SALE-One story builuin? aa
{4; c ;) 4- farm in West Florida contalna and a fine line of Staple, and Fancy, nature. Will give same prompt at' sold." Upholsterin-g and repairing done ; FOCI SALE-7-room house. I store South Palafox Si. A,1i '
160 acres, -a: 4 room house, large Groceries. tention. Phone 285. Saprlm. 114 E. Belmont St., city phone 771. HOTEL VERNON: -Rates $2 per day.: I rOOm. 2 closets pantry, city water. bakery on 611Palafox *;! ; S
It"f',4. ; barn and other out houses; 500 'pear 20 Ibs., Standard. Granulated Sugar WANTED-The Davis Mf,. Co., C. T. Davis Mgr. Special rate by week. :Special attention I' Lot 70x137',4 corner 10th avenue, and to or address A. D'Lustro, I I1.ipl- :
::\;, trees, 25 or 30 pecans and numerous $1.00. public to know that to traveling men. Free sample 'I Desoto streets East Hill. Apply onpace. City.
fl.;; t V' "/ other fruits. t I 24 pounds Patent Flour V 65 we can do all kinds) of. repairing: jE.CURSION-The. launches Stella room.. Mrs. J. P. Mauldin, Prop. R. E>'Coleman lOapr 2w* FOR SALE.-Improved and unimproved
': cents. float building, horse
t'" 40 acre farm and house and barn 12 shoeing etc. J. and Leclair will run"excursions to ISapr I : property in all parts of the c't-
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pounds Patent Flour 35 cents. G. Welsh Carriage Co. 27fei _ _ I FOR SALE-Car load Tennessee
..i ."."J we1l. worth $1200; close out at $600. MOYER, ON THE SQUARE. the Life Saving Station, or other HOTELSOUTHERN-Open' all the: horses and mules. Can be seen atPou's : J. A. Wilson & Co., Real Estate Agen', ,
z'R <..J:1I The finest turpentine business In COURT HOUSE DYEING. Pressing: points of Interest, day or night on reasonable -I year American and European plan.'I I stables. McMillan & Turton. Room 7, Salisbury building. Phf,1t'
fcV: : l West Florida it has to terms. Phones 659'and : I 172. 23fr"
; be seen to be and Cleaning Club, 212 N.DeVillera 30.! Special summer rates. First-class; in aprlO. _
:;t '" appreciated. Will take pleasure in St. Mrs..T.: J. Davis Prop. Your patronage J. Sutherland, :Mgr. 12apr every respect. Pleasant and convenient : AUTO IOBILES.-I am agent for the
i.'LfL .;1 -r: thawing this to any one interested. BARGAINSFORSALESummer solicited; satisfaction 'guaran Irs. T. L. Bowen, Prop., Pen-I FOR SALE--Nice, clean old newspapers Pope Mfg. Co. and can sell you autoifrom
Jt. .f- I ,
teed. Careful attention given ladies'; TAILORING-B. L. Diamond, Tailor. sacola Fla. ISapr i at !live cents a bundle. This of. $500.00 up. They cost less than
.r"t.L.. garments. Phone 12 ,2. gfebWANTED. Gents' cl9thlng'' cleaned, pressed and. I fice. horses to keep up. They can be ruIn
1.4: repaired on short notice. No. 11% THE BROWN HOUSE-AIry rooms, sand or anywhere a horse can go-
j jJ; .. H. T. CRAWFORD Home .-Th Merchants Tranifej West Government St, Pen acola. Fla. good beds. Free baths and sample! FOR SALE-Second hand 25 H. P.f J Leslie E. Brooks.

j4 Co.' wants your moving and baniin& Idee., room. $2 per day. Special attention I r boiler. Will sell cheap. Apply to: FOaLETen and sP'llnd
: new
: 31514 South Palafox Street A nice home'on Bayou Chico. Five All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Thoro tc traveling men. J. R. Brown Prop.,! New Method Laundry. ISApril I hand safes, differ ni
second office
J.- H. PORTER sallmaier, 716 South Fla.
r room and reception hall. Near car sea Prop. Phone 971.WANTED. lSune1n DeFualak Springs 13marlm
line, Palafox street. Orders taken for I FOR S.u.Ely lodging house for sizes best makes at bargain prires.

Jt Professional! $1,500.East Hill Cottage. .-Real Estate for said or; tents awnings, camp stools and house CENTRAL HOTEL and, CHIPLEYop. sale. Fourteen "rooms newly furnished Scarritt Moreno, office! East Government
well mar
Directory I Large lighted 2
Of five' rooms with bath and reception rent, leas-e or exchange. Your business cots. etc. Prices asonable; 31jan.SUrr. depot. Free sample room. Meals at I throughout. It is on a gool I St
's : -JJnn.r. tfl flJUfl.flr-v1Wfln.rurttnY':1 I hall. Al;bargain at $200 cash: respectfully solicited.-.JL Wilson CHANDLERS McKinzle rooms. Special attention paying basis and centrally locatsd;; FOR SALE-An installment businU
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; 1 THOS. PEBLEY $15 monthly payments. Estate Oert- all hours. to traveling 1% blocks from postoffice; part cash. 500 l"'a9? Ac
Real %
; ,. $1,200. Agent 2W. Government lug & Co.. wholesale,and retail ship men. $2.00 per day. J. M. Tug- in Pensacola with over
-l'4? I Apply to Mrs.. B. M.. Trainer Owner
rash.
128 for
street Room 7, % counts. Will sell cheap
w&. "$; LAW. REAL ESTATE. LOANS AND Phone V Salisbury chandlers and grocers, only flrst-clasg gle, prop. 13marlm I E. Government St SOmar cannoT attend
building. 172. 23JanWANTED. I has other business and
COLLECTIONS bouse of W.nd in city.fair prices to all
CtR.YAEGERNo HOTEL-Carl 'h!:;
CHIPLEY Setterlnd: ,I to it Address "Me, care
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) PALAFOX AND ROMANA .-Hauling and transfer; MATTRESSES RENOVATED. New Prop. Special attention to commercial WANTED-To loan money on your office.! lIa"",
fl : PHONE: 15i.t.t1 : 202 Theisen Bldg. Phone 686. work Office phone 86$; residence, tick furnished If desired. All don travelers. Free sample and bath watches Jewelry and personal ef:

..',.j ..-,..ti -- phot 390. Acosta & White 22-28, N. In good order on short notice. Leave, rooms. Large rooms with good beds.I fects. Highest cah price for old gold I NOTICE TO CANDIDATES-Thos-
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and silver. rua
' :iti15 I, T G. 'IJIIIsV 193: 7mar wright.,. Phone .1127., should supply themselves WIth aM"'
1k G YATES M D1 BAY Hl1TEL.-open) sight anjay. season
public tie of PLUTO. Now is the
-The to know that, CARRIAGES repaired and repainted. European plan. Rooms light and HOUSES. FOR SALE 1 .r
WE -Lease '
ARE and
NOW or .rent-
MAKING LATh: ; stomach
j$4 old newspapers can be bought at t Floats built to order. Horse shoe- prepare your
; OPTICIAN Transient trade
IN CAR LOTS AND clean. solicited. near car Una on Little. Bayou. Pluto will ''1'"
Apply
LESS.: AYCOCK against all diseases.!
this office for five coats & bundle,
They Welsh
; Ing a specialty. J. G. Can-lag Jas.
PalafoL
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:'i.i: 906 THIESEN, BUILDING" BROS. LBR. CO, AYCOCK, FLA are all clean and nice. Co, 27feb' 575-579 Nlcolau, to Phillip Hannah, Little Bayou.4aprl6t' For sale by all druggists! and si" 'r-
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BARGAIN FOR LIST SALE PIANOS. I IAUSLEYS COMP ANY i "o/JJoe" SHIrrING' NW[

Jter Piano mahogany, fine order.V.'IS' -
5350 price now 275, used only whiskeyamafteror c

a few month $10 cash balance $8 "- Arrived.' I r Old

ter month. I COMMISSION BROKERS Olivemoor J'Brit ss, 1970, Clark, Rio j
Irving handsome case was $300 I Janiero .to J. H. Christie.
no* $215; very little used. Terms ?10 Sailed. I

cash, J6 per month. 4> U WEST IKTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA, FIA. fine tasteits Alpha, Ger. ss, 2693 Brink, for
Clutter large handsome mahoganycase : Capenha'gen.
,' was ?*00 now *335A bargain. I .

'Terms Jtf cash, *8 per month. Private Wires N. Y., N. 0 and Chicago.COnONSTOCKSCRAINPROVISIONSandBONDs, C VESSELS' IK ?=RT. 1 Quaker
Mehlin. high grade mahogany; was ", delicious StllmlhJ I.
twO; now $390; rented only few Annie Brit ss,' Wie 2-145. Rio Janeiro -
months; $20 cash $10 Per month. flavor appeals to you to Pensacola Lumber Co.
Sterling ebony case, was $350 now Ii Argo Br ss. 1970 Dove Buenos
juo $10 cash. $6 per month. I'' v ."old joe" is just right Ayres. I I"Cayo iRye

Clatter large size mahogany case; i ,Bought and Sold on Margin or for Investment J Bonito, Br s&, 2213 Widgery
used seven months was $400 now 'try it-you'll? so too Coatzacoalcos to Gulf Transit Co.
J275: : $10 cash. $8 Per month. say ; Chelford, Br ss, 11 Kimball, walnut case was $375 used | Reference: First national and Peoples Banks Phone 1173 IMM a million bottles sold annually to order. is delightfully stimulating-no after
$185,.$10 cash baltce > Dora, Br ss, Mitchell, 1459 Buenos }
now
two >$7 ears per month. +.* ......+...++4+..M......W.......+.++.+...... j most popular Ayres.Hesleyslde. effect. '1

All of the above are upright pianos Br ss, 1617 Bedlin.gton.l..as ,
and we guarantee them. We have 16 FEED brand sold. Palmas to R. M. Robinson. Fermented in cleanliness and perf ct
MELLEN'S CHICK
5quare pianos from $15 to $45. 50c FEEDTo Kerriemoor, Brit ss Scorer 2109, :1

per week; 'good for practice. full measure-convenient p ckage'moderate Venice. temperature-_redistilled in' copper-
CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE your newly hatched brood. Why fill their Monsaldate, Brit oss 1783. Davis }
pricesold
everywhere Santos to H. Baars. & Co.
Pensacola, Fla. little crops with meal or other soft feed that Runwick. Br. ss, 1840, Arkley Rio! ripened foryears in charred oak. ,I

FOR SALE-Store and dwelling at. soon packs and sours, causing fatalities b & b"; atlanta Janeiro to W. S..Keyser & Co. Youvon't
tached. A good business stand. Apply many Senator Holleseen, Ger'S8.. Lange., be disappointed if you j :
to J. C. Pebley. 12aprlw when mixture of 20 kinds of seeds and grains.. 1232, Cardiff. .

will furnish all that nature requires to make Spennymoor, ST. ss, Nairn-, 1722, -. ( insist on having it. -

FOR SAVE-A second-hand conopy top them .. .. .. Huelva..
phaeton in perfect order about as thrive.Telephone -- -- -- Vida, Nor ss, 976, Arressen, Card! e,16'Lewis Bear & Co.,

food as new. Apply to J. A. Klrkpatrick McMillan Bros. Co. nas, to Hyer & Co. 4M-40S-P.ila.fax St. and 2-10 Main St., 6
222: E. Gadsden street. or phone F. S. MELLEN 6 CO. No. 334 Vivina, Fpan* ss, 1958, Bustinza-LIv- -- Pensacola Fla.]

.nil loaprot erpool via'Cuban ports!, to Gulf Transit

NOTICE' TO CANDIDATES-Those t ..,.r..,.............,..,.,.,..,..,.:!.':..,.'9'.'!'.......,."'.''.''.,'' '.-.,..,.TTV----.,-..,..,-...- ----' ''T''TTSCREENS ..-.. Co. Ships. __ -

wishing to make a successful run Orpheus Aust ship Medanic, Tries.te -. -- .- -
Put .
them in -----
before -
the FLIES -
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should supply themselves with a bot ; ., .
tie of PLUTO. Now is the season to, MOSQUITOES get into your house. Ophelia Nor ship, 1127, Larrsen MMHaMHaHMBMMHnMMMBHBSEHVPDe -

prepare your stomach: and liver We can furnish them CHEAPER NOW. Dunkirk. I Ruyter ( Holland ) Gin ;
against\: all diseases. Pluto will do it. Barn .

For sale by all druggists and grocers Supply of, BRICK now on hand MOBILE ALABAMA.MARKETS. Precursore, Ital- bk, Schiaffino 1508 .. -......._ _. ''-''''' """ ... :

wholesale by Jas McHugn., .. Rhone 11. H. Genoa to Rosasco Bros. -.----- ,
G. DeSILVA ---- ---- _.
.- & CO. Scillin, Ital bk, Zeno 1220, South- ----------- -- ------- :!
SALE-At 'a.. : VA.NiM < j.- ,
FOR bargain 1 5 A/VS/WVWVWWWVVWVWVVWWV hampton to Rosasco Bros. """"""
year old Jersey cow with YOW calt ---.- Sc.hooners.Donna .
Qives 2% to 3 gallons per day; also Christina Am sch McLeod .
2 pair scales and one oil tank. HU';h 165, Cardenas. Paint Your House This Spring
Moloncy, 924 N. Davis. laaprlw Thos. S. Dennison Am sch Wade. .
Cotton Markets Closed. Baltimore to order.
OPPORTUNITIES 1329
FOR SALE-Household goods bed FORINVESTMENT Monday being a holiday on, the New Union Br sch, 72, Tela. Honduras. Makes the house look better antf certainly adds to its life;
clothing linen and dishes. Apply York and Liverpool exchanges, no cotton Stag Paint semI-paste, one gallon makes two, ?17d;):
fin E. Government St. 25marlm quotations': were received. Counterfeiting the Genuine. Patton'3 Sunproof Paint, ready-mixed, $liO: Painter'

", ,' Foley & Co., Chicago originated! Brushes best bristle 15 cents to 100. Full line Builders' .
FOR SALE-Egga from standard bred
Naval Stores. Honey and Tar,-as a throat and lung Hardware. Let us bid on estimate. ,
prize winning Barred Rocka. fifteen ,
$1.50; fifty $3. Also Ohio improved Savannah, Ga. 'PriI16.-The naval' remedy and on account of the great
Chester! White Pigs pedigreed. Mrs. stores market closed today as follows: merit and popularity of Foley's Honey Saunders Mill Company

Lizzie B. Hughes Chipley Fla. Are daily afforded to the with WW ... .... .. .....S ......6 40 and Tar many imitat'ons are offered ,
iimarlm I person WG .... .. 1! "" ..... ......5 30 for the genuine. These worthless Phone 717.
ready money in hand. N...." .-'.' :.!,0'1'....*.." ... .5 20 initiations have similar sounding 21 East Garden Street.
FOR SALE-Fine hotel site; best sit: Are you in a position to take ".u 1_.... .." .,. .:;,.'*.. "... .. x....-..r:, is'' names. Beware of them. The genuine ----- -- r T.I:
uation in the city for a tourist ho advantageof Tl'+ .t.' .. .. ....i1i'. "" .:,........., .JC U:':1 J.W A Foley's Honey and Tar is'In a yellow ,

tel, 130 feet fronting south by 172 feel opportunities. present themselves to I:... ... .. ..'\;l.. ... .......:4 50 package. Ask for It and refuse ttI ,

deep on East Government street over. make money through profitable investments H,.... .. .. _... _,,,. ... ........4 15-3: any substitute. It Is the best remedy
looking Seville square and Adams: ? i UfO u .... .-f-tk" ...3.90 to,a S3E..I 'for coughs and colds W. A. D'Alem- COFFEE !' -...
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street with open view of Pensacolabay. F. ., ,. .. .3 85 bert .. druggist and apothecary. -1
$10,000 will buy the property. .. No money? Then you should by all" ;, ....:-.,Jjfi!:!'!. .,,'!,! M.3 80 -.f1is 1

>apr .I means start a savings account We P>? .j.. ,... ..JA""T ,,.t.% .! ....,3 75 KEEP COOL. I
to-day. UNDERWEAR NOW. .
YOUR
BUY
C. ,. .., & ., .,,.1..310. IVe are the Pioneer
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FOR SALE One new Kokens bar will add to it four cent interest WATSON, PARKER & REESE HAS ::'
per com j Spirits Tuhpentine 65% to 66 cents.OWheat. :
Coffee Roasters of J
.ber chair also several ,mirrors. THE SWEL'LEST' LINE: OF MEN'S
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Call or write J. A. Billingsley 14 E.. poundedsemi-annually.;. ., 'I .- UNDERWEAR. IN 'THE CITY. I I West Florida.'SBLENDS. : PqEPADhXA2O ,
Government St. ISAprillm I ... !
J. 1 f obJM HI h: Low ClosYVrk JI!!
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FOR a.\LE-FulI blood white Wya I Jhj1._....... 79% 79 79" GET A PANAMA, $5.00; $7.50 AND ,
........_ ,. AT STANDARD CLOTHING
dotte eggs Beacon of Boston strain July r st6 : 97S ; $10.00

$2.50() setting ol 15. ,!Few( very ,tine' l' Cor .. COMPANY. f L1
cockrels ready for the yard. Address i ,;'. ()ph' ''H ih I iAtr':''', ClO1'l f

Cbas. Murray DeFuniak Springs, 'FliSlmarlm NlTIONAL'BANK MI1............ 46f '46,. 4-\ 46J CLERKS. ANDINSPECTOR'S .
ol1-. ..i.4i3: ti} ".. 4lIJ1i FOR DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY
have '
: no equal. A trial I Doz j.jj
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FOR SALE.-A photographers outfit OF PENSACOLA FLA. 'I. NeW- :1,.Sf ckMaiet., : Notice! is hereby given that at a will convince the con.

Cheap. Apply Fisher Furniture W H.KHoyua.Pres. W.K. Hr a.Ja., V..Pres. aui Cs Mer. Southern Pacific..............Qpel1.'eo Close 69i meeting of the County Democratic noisseur that DELIVERED fOCHAS.BLUM&CC l
store, 138 E. IntendencIa'S1.. '27mar. T, W.BBKCT and W:K.EOBBRTS. Asst.Cashier Copper.......... :;:;........." 11-11.,6 114 Executive Committee held at Pensa- we
FOR SALE-Registered Berkshire DlBBOTORS-F. C. Brent W. A. D.Blount. W. H. Knowlea, W. K. flyer' Jr.. 8.R..i._ .i....... 140 142 cola April 7, 1906, the folowing maknoextravagantclaims. .
hogs best of G. Brent .......-.......;:;....... 94 -03! clerks and inspectors were selectedto
; Carl breeding. Ask for ___ A.B ...............;9-......... 161J 16U act at ,the Democratic primary'I i
catalogue. Setterllnd Chipley, __Jw --- B.BT...............r.r......./8j 87% to be he4! May 15. 1906: ,
Fla. lS.& I) ................'...... .. 12! 111,4 Clerks and Inspectors.
FOR SALE-Shoe making and repair-1' --- Erie................'...."?, >..'...?:.....45;/11 455" : No. 1-J. W. Cherry, Will Rich, J. I Wholesale and RetailGROCERS 517 AND 513 WEST BAY 5T. ;.
;
I I' ........... .. .*....
iffg ,shop; established; trade; no" NO.SB03. Cr-.I. :: ; .ea 63. : F. Richards, inspectors;. V. Goldback JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
........
U. 8.- : 43 43i
competition; good opening for good t U. ............., clerk.
j
S. 109
man. J. Mindel, Bagdad Fla.6apr16t' c..W.E..LAMAR.CLARK,Vl President,.Presldent and Cashier. J.JOHN W. PFEIFFER.Assistant Ass'stsnt Cithltr.J. i B.S..preferred.......................'.. SlJi; 109:SlVa No. 2 Floyd Athy, H. C. Miller .
t ANDREWS. Cashier.! ,' Lt.S Iff ri...............i.>...;...,101 151Atch J. F. Helton, inspectors; Joe White, .VvOODAll

1.eAd.'i, ..i'" i' 8 8J clerk. and all kinds of Feed
H.P..................;:.!'........ 96 001! No. 3 W.-W. Kirksy W. Fell, B.
Report of the Condition of : THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK V.0..................... ...... 50. fflC : G. Brewton. ,. inspectors; G. A. Morrill, tuffs.Pluto kinds that yon want.

&n.P..o...................... 1TJ< 172;, ., clerk.
The Citizens National OF PCNSACOLA, FL*. N.Y.C ...........,............l4434 144 I 1 I No. 4Jno.! Longreen E. Padgett, !
Bankof DEPOSITORY OF P.O...............;:. .....'."*. No Sale I Will! Brig'ss inspectors; Chapman : OAK I{ AND] PINE
DESIGNATED UNITED STATES.
Pensacola, R.D.G......i..... ......; ...... 1.38. 13'S Gonzalez, clerk. Water
CAPITAL STOCK $200,650.% SURPLUS $63,009. ,.P .;............;.....;, ...... l8 17R.I. Wm. While,
H. Baily
AT PEXSACOLA, IN THE S'I\\TEOF No. 5A. cheaper than you car. buy
................... ....:... 28i! 28t3 .
FLORIDA. AT THE, CLOSE OF DIRECTORS R...................... ...... 44() 40'/ J. J. Sherty inspectors.No it anywhere. Any size you !
BUSINESS APRIL '19t>6. T.C.I.-........ .... NoSale : 6.-Tom Davidson, S. R. Ta t.Alex want. :
6. Henry L. Covlngteni Frank Reilly, F. E. Brawner.J. fl11l1a.... ...........:,........ I4H. 142"C' SIcVoy inspectors" ; Olie Jen- Wholesale and Retail. -

M. PfcWfer, . W. S. Rosasco, C. V'. Lmar, .P:;;....... ....-.. ...... 15sDirecifrom 157J3 nings,' clerk. LU. SEWO.L
Resources. No. 7.-A. D. Ncketson: C. Don
T. F. -
Bryan Dunwody McGourln J. R.8u:1der: *, -"--
loans and discounts .. <.... J340.603C8 I A. MAvery, W. ". Milton. 0. E. Maura, Ward, Burkley Hastings inspectors; New Orleans Grocery Co. !
Overdrafts.,. secured and .un- W. L Cavvthoh, Dr. W. J. Hannah LKcrulc Oertlna. Frank Gilly clerk. Phone G14.PRESSJ .
U.secured.b.! bonds to.secure circulation. 25,000 17,88340: ufl: Alex fdcGowln, C. M. Covlngton, M. E. Clark. Our Disiillsry'to YOU No.Taylor CraTytree, J. C.
ts. Bonds on hand......... .... 1,00000 Taylor. Thos. Cisco,inspectors.' ; C. P. -- -- - ,--.....
Premiums on U.S. bonds 1,250W;() ) Saves Dealers' Profits Proctor clerk. Jas. McHugh
Bonds,securities,etc !! Aoeounts of Banks, Individuals,Corporations end Firms SQS clt.d. I
"anting house 13,18373 I Prevents Adulteration No. 9"'Y." Sturdivant J. B. Hug-
Furniture and fixtures ...... .... 1,000 00 Four per cent Interest Paid on Time Deposits. gins J.. T. Fillingim, inspectors; ,Phone 105. Proprietor I BUT/TON ,
Due Banks from not National M. Pritchett clerk. P.I .jL'zVff11i?
( reserve
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Agents) ...- :8,36374 HAYNERWHISKEY No. 10.-J. T. Rigley Burges
Due from State banks I Wesly Offarrels inspectors; B.! Florida
Dud banters..........._ 11C7 94 o..........p.44...4..4.......+........*.+.........+HJ. H.ars Bryars; clerk. I and Alabama

rve.agen"approved.............. 178,91331' \ S. WCESB President E. W. MEIiEFEE. Casaisr. ,2 No. 11-J..W. Emmons, W. C. Wi!-, LAND COMPANY I
R. M. VicepresidentTHE !
CART
(.necks and other J.
cash l'-ams.: W. L. Minis inspectors; .
Items .......... 65958iioits
; of other NatioaIbak .- : PEOPLE'S BANK OF PENSACOLA.Director B. Stewart clerk. Manufacturers of
.. 5,81000 No. 12.-J. A. Andrews R. P. Reese, and Dealers in
motional" paper curranc,.. J. Rteve, J. $. Reese W. DeC. Kesiler.. R. M. Gary, Lee !
Ed. Watson, Inspectors Daniel
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nickels and cents......... 83196 FULL $ LUMBER.. SAWED CYPRESS SHIN.!
LAYoPtL W. A. D'Alembcrte, T. A. Jennings, J. J. Hootcn. A QUARTS q,20f !! clerk. -
MOSEY R-- : I : I GLES AND KILN-DRIED SAP. -..2'IN1ki
TRANSACTS GENERAL BANKING, BUSINESS. U"
URn:Hi BASK.VIZ: WEPAYtXpRESSCKARGS No. 13. Thos. W. Kent, Jas. C.
i
flperle..............
$14,15310 YOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. i Otto".White,. inspectors, Julius i
Legal: tn.ndernotes...... 4.................. ..................*4a .....O.... .. .j We will send you In > plain? sealed! Clark Menko>, clerk. .. I
16,80900-31,05310-241,60566. ease,with no marks to show contents,
Co.
fund with FOUR FULL QUART BOTTLES ol No. 14.-Dixon Reed. J. S. MeGaughey -I Marine Grocery
circulation U. S. Treasurer (5% HAYNER PRIVATE STOCK RYE fur$3.2Oand ,James O'Brien, inspectors I .
.
) 1.25008 WItr..L we will pay the express Abe Danielsclerk.. 604, 606, 608. 610 S. Palsfcx St. I Tie Sinplc48vestkfc4Rn4iet -

T otal............ .............. $ &0,281&7 L B.HILTONGBIKY.PaUIDWKT.M.BUSHOTUs CUSHixs T.B.MANSFIELD S.MOREXO VToe.Paumul'ASS .C&aaxu ". charges. Try% have your like.doctor If test' -' I No.i 15-F. M, Whiting Phil San- Phone 725. SIUlling-Pea.tad N.only gIiller Perfect I I
It,test it any way you rOildon't
Liabilities. National Bankof i line!It all right and the purest ches J, "B. Dougherty: inspectors; J. I -00 or ihakJiig.ink to apDl-ao dogging: : "
Citizens
a\litllltOCk paid in.............. I. 100,00000 and best whiskey you ever E. Reira, clerk. V. J. VIDAL, Manager.THE I Toe impy! ptat the bnttoa(u
\.nlpIU.tund......... 23.0UOOO PeasacoU Florida.DIFllCJO tasted, ship :, back to us at : No., 16-Sid Cloptpn.. Hiram Stfggs Liathepicture.ndthepcn4llaWritestL.Indaatt
OF GOOD THINGS TO
Profits, less expenses S. our expense and your $3.20 W. H. Kllbee Inspectors; Jno. Hoyt, HOME fa,"11>>11."
Lflt1esp1d.................. 63,8418: will be promptly refunded. EAT I'
Rational! bank notes outstanding ::.l'OQ' 00 Gee. W.Wright. Morris Betr. T.E.Welles. BixM.Robill."nJ1. L.UUton GMB. clerk.No. !
other National At our c1Istm rr.olle of .. J7Sid Clopton Hiram Suggs; Jus Received touch*the paper
Due bank5.&o State..j..banks........and.... I 339S1 '- A CCIVfJMt B4VKIJVC BUSIHISS TRANSACTED the largest and best W. ,H. Kilbee, inspectors; Jno. L. Halibut Chunks, Halibut Quick? Luncb '

Tvnkera ....,. ...... ... 20J503 equipped in the world,we Hoyt.clerk/ 50 kitk ol fancy Mackerel, $1-25 per Eagle$150Flash
D.Mtc Trust ., .J distill an average of 9.580 J. A. Williams
Compaand NO: ,18-1. W. Bowman kit. -
lilt" gallons of PURR WHIS- ,
Banks...... :Savings.. ._.. <2048eposits ----- KEY a day. When you W J. Brewton' inspectors; T. 50 kit? Salmon. Jl-25 per kit. I
bit1de4 ; ; Cushion clerk 50/) kits halibut Una, 11.25. per kit. i
< tnpaid_ 81900 ( buy HAYNER WHISKEY J.: No. with ktnt toM
15 folipea
.... 14
IndlYidual Jee1 subv .. R 111.C..", CA-.. :'- .. CO. ,Jno.Pre SWr. ,. ,it goes Mired you No. 19W. B. Miller A. B. Flllinglm 50 kits of Cod Tongues and Soundi.U point-bat ,ucaize4 ertifikS.'I check:} 427,79943 Wholesale and:Retail Dealer l in from our distillery thus < F, M. Wood, inspectors; A. J. $ a pel kit.Bloaters. i rabbet u4 fuII11'WU1U4.
I..r checks tf.00300s I assuring you jof perfect Fillingim.clerk Milkers and Roes Herring 1e"n..b.N0.25 -i

.:anding... _..out-...?, 24 20- 434,94089 Steam- Domestic Anthracite \ 0 A I t parity dealers'and biz savin profits.you HAY-the' _ Ifo ,20 W. M. McCurdy,- M.- F.'Mor- Codfish Pickled Salmon Dill PIckles:I E*
Total.........,. -S 650,28187--- and BlacksmithJ fL, !;F.R WHISKEY is pre- tain.':Bill Newberry inspectors; Mack German Sauer KrouLPigS large size, $3.00 i
kits, $t.OO.
Feet in with banda34.OQcLl
Palafox street Kribed by, doctors and clerk. I guid
South
4 Telephone McCurdy
STATE Offlc -No. ? 93. ,_ I
OF FLORIDA,) used in hospitals and by half a'mfllion sat. Preston Pier 'M., E-Hen- Manewil anj'Lange'y FrUit Caka by StalioaenandO.ur .
Na
cousty 21 -
IS"t. I'
Of EscAUi*. Tar' corner: Tarragona and Gonzalez strestg! phones 6 and 873Order > biscuit Go's Fruit
%5cper
That's
R, Isfied customers. why YOU. should National Cake.
M. R. 'T. Bradley, inspectors c.JIt.
Bushnell. cashier of the above _! : 1 rP3r-1T-'- I derson: ;
; it. PEALER. If bedoein't
: A.k TOUR
m d bank, r-r.-.T---7- try pcund.
'b do solemnly Iwear that the WBOT OrB J.B1STOmCl, Vaughn. clerk.22F' I Ktl the EagleFLASW'
JOg 1
8tem.nt Is We handle the celebrate! blends of
true '
hOve
to the leiS of 1111 Foaouia L'cn.tbea
E. N. Jernigan
JCa A. Mayo
anei ,
b1lef. THE HAYKER DISTILLING CO. toffee roasted lthe Gulf City Coffee! the Mail 1li1'CCl1O
t-n4
j J. Inspectors W. T. ,Mayo, price
Jf.
R.M.BCSHNELL, ;
King t .
Co., H. P. Chlpman Manager. 'u* Back pea Swlntely gauisteti. !
ATLANTA GA. DAYTON 0.
..Subscribed! and \0 before Caoihler. : ., cIerk. Oaxaca 35c lb.; Gold Standard 25c .
5T.PAUL.MiNN.
sworn me this 10th ST.LOUisMO. .
"' YO1ApiJ,1 ICE COAL and WOOD Orfsw for Arii.iC l:.CoLIda1iotons.tr.v.. No.: 23-H. CL"Kellm, D. W. Bowman lb; Diamond Blend] ,. 2e. lb; Golden i Eagle Pencil Co. j
M MORBNO, frexsx 'theConsumers' N.oa Mei tal DIl.I.,Ore oft, Utah OUETS Wuk.tov$4.Uby,or Wyo.tiraiss. mn-it PRB.FAIB be. ;"W: .:J, Kumams, inspe'ctors' ; B. J. Rio 20c .lb.Strictly i UiDnfictiren J
comlDisiiOD Notary Public. ,or M QCABTS tot IIi.*>by nUucit rasriu.DlSTQUBT Seymour, clerk. fresh roasted and as gooJ Broadway,New York '
.1 expires: Ice and Fuel
JlUluary21 1m Company
Corr..ct Attbt: .TSOT 0. EoTABLISHID 13C6. FRANK REILLY as any Colee ,sold la this! city. i 1
Ru:?i.ROBflS0!. OOc -Corner Chtj and *. Phone ?!t.I 333 Captta! 500000.00 Paid ta FuB F. B. RADCLIFF.Chairman.: Send ns your orders and w&. will de I
b ko&ius HILTON Bw GRI& i Directors ;I ii. = Temporary Secretary. liver proamtly. -



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S ft JOURNAL .' TUESDAY. APRIL -17,19015'
MORNING
J rU PAGE: EIGHT _ _THE PENSACOLA : -
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I'ifl I 1' ? :.1i: t;; ,\-Now-- forStraw f -U IW 1 nA.MkcE! SUITSIN. : .. ',' .REAL. 0 -l [ESTATE T [ 0, : A Food for Both


; .' 0 I Before baby comes and during the
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- :i < T TRANSFERSFollowing [ nursing period, there i is nothing quite
FEDERAL[ [

1 l.r: 1j HatsPanamas .<'-- 0 so liquid-food good for the Mother as the. predigested.


-$"*. 'r y: : is 'a list-of 'the deeds recorded iii

\f Ai' 1'11"tii$;$. and COURT T TThree Pensacola yesterdayreported Abstract Co: by the U5ER'BUsc11

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isk4* $; :-if W. H. Beckes to A. Y. Smith, all interest I

:Q ; In lots 16, 17. 18. '19, 20, block,, 0
j; :39, New City Tract, ?!' and'other con-* ", .

1 ::.ltl,t. Plaintiffs Ask Seventy-Five 0 siderations.A. Y. Smith to Margaret- E. Beckes,. ., 44j0

; 1-8 interest in lots 16 and 17, blok Sfi: Ii..
: I Thousand Dollars for Injury New Cty: Tract, $1 and other cons:d- -
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..' ,$oYj; t erations. 0

A; ) ".itl The straw rush is on and 0 of f Relatives. The Maxent Land Co. to L. S., I

t ...;. i l, the new shapes are very 0 'Bro.wn', lots- 14, 15, 16, 17, 18 in block, ,; The strength-giving elements Barley1faIt -

r; A ; ;&! handsome indeed. A ASwellOxlordJ" 179; also lot 16, block 180 JIaxeut keep up the vital forces ,during this
ADCOCK BROTHERS LUMBER COMPANY Tract. ?S33. the natural
.: critical period and tonic
straw Panama gives
or A. y Smith to W. H. Beckes, 1-8 interest -

Str r'I'; : lots of ventilation-saves DEFENDANTS. RAND '-' .,' 0 in lots 16 and 17, block 99, Ne* 0 properties of Hops insure placid. nerves
;t .::1 the hair-keeps the head .'' I For $3.50Thename"Wallc0veY'lias City Tract, $1 and other coas'deraitfons. :I and induce restful sleep.
AND PETIT JURORS FOR UNIT. 'h,. '. .
1Sf.. : : 0 ;
't4 cool-gives comfort.
.,.,, .. ED STATES Christian F. Enslen for himself and Malt-Xutrine increases the flow and richness
MAY
,' 4 COURT, TERM
.... --' '' ". ', .."., '... as administrator for the estate oC' of mother's milk,"thus making baby Healthy
:t lbl. DRAWN-,,B U'SUNESS' TRANSACTED'IN a significance:{ means Elizabeth F. Enslen to Rt. Rev. Ea-1 Vigorous and Strong.

:' : ; : Straws 75c to $5 THE "perfection" in the "Shoe, ward P. Allen, shop': of Mob le, !lots: Sold by all Druggists and Grocers.
: OTHER.TRIBUNALS. 1 to 5, block New Tract,
82, City
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tf World. It i is kind -
> the you'should
; } t ?2 50: i Prepared by
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: : '1. < j Panamas $$6.50 to t $$15 Suits ag'gregating $75,000 in damages -'0 '< wear. 0 Walter LL Tharp to Rt. Rev. Ed.j-. Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n

-'. ;L"4 have been ,filed! in United States j i Your doctor, and ,all his I ward P. Allen bishop of McUe, N. St. Louis U.S.A.
: 37 ft 6 in. block! 82
... .J,," court ,against the Adcock Brothers'!tunTher i. of lots 19 and 20{ ,
J f Company of Allie. The plain! family are able, to wear good? I New City Tract, ?25.
: The John :Mrs. Emma B. Sellars! to Rt. Rev. ,..
{ Whiteh ffs in the cases are; John Bryant shoes from the tax he imposes -!I ;
Rdbinson Narcissa Cal;' Edward P. Allen, shop of Mciev.: )
and
..:. ,1f6-.i: ;: Each' sues for ;25,003( damagesfor ;; upon you for 0 wearing 36 ft. and 6 :n, lot 6 in block S2, N"w _. -- ,
Store alleged personal injuries to their :poor ones. ::1 I City, Tract $2225. .' ,. -
lii : r John W. Bu.lock: 'Jr. to Joan: E T p-m i'H'' '-:' ; "" = "
i relatives, and aver that the injuries 5, YOUR MONEV'S nOKTHORMVa, MaNni LOST !
0 Maxwell, lot 12, b'cck 12:: Eat Ki
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caused through the :i BiCK
negligence
r.t ; were
fJ ; :
i'T ; of the, defendant company, its servants i i Jract. East of. Tarragona Street, $lOJ I If You Can't Me a Big Policy
:).ti} 205.207S.PALAFOX ST. or agents. !I i i White & Nix and other considerations. ON PALAFOX ST., BETWEEN GOVERNMENT .

:, Walter Tate to W. M, .Edwards, lots AND GARDEN,
1'if ( '- 29 S. ST. Take;; a small one.: You can't afford to put it off because
PALAFOX
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;1'(< '.'t.:. Federal Jurors. I I i .:;, 6 to 10, both inclus've: blcck 37, New
t 'f :; :
: t.: cannot take a large amountTakea : -
f4f: City Tract, $800. you
of -.i'
rtl \,' : The next session *of the federal', $4.00
'
; grand jury and court for the Northern Recorded April 14.
4 rc r i: Children's District of Florida will convene :n Morris Dannheisser Hannah S. Jenkins to Mrs. C. \. Policy Fcr Some Amount Now, .' .
; ,! CN THE PURCHASE OF AN EAS-
.- i- iJ '. < Pensacola. :May 1, and will be the May Corfman, a tract cf land lying in the j jSW&
f y'" : term, R. N. Bushnell, jury commissioner (Fonnsrlv of Dannheisscr Bros.) of Sec. 35, T. 2'N., R. 31 W.. 28 while you can get it. A more conven'ent: ,season may: TER SUIT OF CLOTHES. THAT IS

i.T'P.. ::i ',*.;. Party yesterday drew the grand and I Pure Old Rye and Bourbon! Fine acres, $1 and other considerations never come. 'But, be sure its in ;he Equitable.' WHAT I HEARD A GENTLEMANSAY

',.1','V t, ,\d?,''..:J tr ,, petit jurors for the term mentioned. Wines. Beer ana TGbacco. J. C. Pdbley to 'F. EBrawner and WHO HAD PAID $15.00 FOR A
< From what W. L.. Moore, lots 16, 17, 18, 19 and Insurance, Gen'[ 'At f1
"1' can be learned several:j Knowle's' B'ros SUIT, WHEN HE WAS LOOKINGAT
t tl Friday, April I 20, 4 p. m. i important cases are to be investigated[ Old Hickory Whiskey MySpecialty! r 20, New City. Tract; $650 and other!k i Fire, Lite.iron : Pen 3ohSZ SOME OF THE SWELL SUITS I
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; : ; by the grand inquisitorial body and L W. Zarragcisa. Street. considerations.Wm. :

I Important cases are on the docket for PENSCAOLA. 0 ..FLO' IDA., H. ,Knowles tq Lee Daniell,] : : & 2lIle'J":. = li.......,,.'''''.r<;!l SHOWED HIM AT $11.00.
*..t '; J liT LIBRARV HALL trial. ', ., lots 1 and 2. 17 and 18 in block 68, J
"'" ,>;, -"li; New City Tract, $\DQ. and other considerat'ons. TA KE HEED

;; For benefit of Book fund. There __ Bankrupt Matter. : !
..4 4 ; 'will be dancing: skating, and 'games. The petition: of J. S. Reese, in the NOTICE Louis Boley to Aubrey Maura, lot 4: ......... ...$4....... ...+t..... .....,.............A .AND DON'T LOSE YOUR MONEY.

J :,::;i .Admission 10 cents. Refreshments. case of R. R. Cowan, "bankrupt, was; and W% of lot 5, block 50, East King I( PENElAOO: A.
The Woolley..Sanatorium. ,the institute (! YOU CAN SAVE, BY LOOKING AT
-"f." 1 before the : only Tract, $1 and other considerations.John .
j'1 ..): i...,.,.. .p__ :_ ___ __ -- Judge Swayne federal Issued court an order ye terdaY'1 directing in the United States where the I. Cosby and' 'E. Elmer McDonald I Works and SUDDv! Co. I AND SELECTING FROM MY LINE.

.,'1l.J$ :.E. L. REESE J. MEXDEL I the trustee to make a deed to certain Opium, Cocaine and Whiskey habits to H. E Corfman, beginningat i.
; can be cured without Manufacturers and Repairers of MACHINERY AND aOILERSSFORGJNGS
[11' and I
jf exposure, I
real estate to the petitioner. a point on 'lline between T. 1 andT.
with so much ease for the patient. Only 2'R. 31 N. MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP
and W., ft.W.
9Q of the
EIi:; f. Reese S Mendel Circuit-Court. 30 days' time required., Describe center of the track: of'the I* & N. R. REPAIRS A SPECIALTY. Prompt attention given to all orders, i Jos. Coleman

.. t 'i'b. I The Escambia County Circuit Court t your case and I wUI't'1't\ : youar 1 R.: and running W. along said T. line day or night. Agents for James McKay & Co.'s celebrated Lei and *
., opinion as to what I can accomplish i' 'flniberDogs, also chains of all descriptions. Office phone 123. Residence ,
rn'' :; The Home, Tailors, convened yesterday morning -with I ; to NW corner of Seel: ?, T. 1 N. R. 31Wv
..... for you. Ask your family physician l 'r phone 1029. P. 0. Box 123. PHIL WITTMAN, Mgr. JopLErs
thenceS.
.''; Judge Francis B. Carter, presidIng to Investigate. Dr. B ?J.,'Woolley, 104 I said ,, alonig from';' ft* line divid'ng .,. ... .,.......................... ......... 212 S. Palafoi St.
section section
0 The court disposed of the following : 3> 35 rods,
; :1;; P Builders business: N. Pryor Street. Atlanta, Ga. and 8' ft., thence Ejjtqa point 50, ft.

% /ITrank B. Reilly vs.. James Nicolau W. of the, center, trac; .of ,theL.. -&
'" s' .>a -lllI- judgment j for-plain t'ft for $191.35, with rHI 'T' N. R. R., thence along; said right of AFineLineofTENNIS
!':-L H., I costs of court, adjudged aginst de- 0 way to point at beginning 31 acres.. !!, 'E E SHOE STORE
\.'1,0 JFJ : : '-1,"'''' fen 11nt.. $1 and other considerations.. The .
-t of f > :'
,1< ',f1I,, '1 'tr C. 0 ,About Rheumatism.
i:4'1: Crabtre.e; verdict' for defendant. :
Philip Johnson vs. W.:'R. Taylor & 'l H 1 There' are Jew diseases that inflict 0 Leader in Low Prices.
:: N Company, continued. : more torfure than rtjenmatism and 32 West Government.
; Hen'sFine 0 The.jury venire for the week sum there is probably no.d sfjase for which
t t \: Jt moned follows:' A. D. Alford, D. B. Night's, ,PJayr such a varied and;useless lot of remedies GOODS
Rentfrow's
Big Stock Company the '
.!,.t ,, fl1. Reed. Jr. R. E. Nobles, G. H. Mullen, : have, 'been'Sugg: To say I
I'J. ['- -' '' John B. Guttman, J. E. Wontwell, N. Jolly Pathilnders'openeil' a week's engagement that it can be, curjed-is.! therefore; a' ...., ......Oe4..04,4....t44.' ........................1,
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,Jft i.} 0 at the opera house last,nightto '
I.-'I r.,:, i-J; A. Neilson .Thomas E. Harvey, R. B. bold statement,to ;}makbt Chamber. "
.'i : thoroughly.. ,pleased., .. and .crowded: JUST RECEIVEDNew
; \- '. lain's Pain
Heine C. Pajnia enJ.OYS '
> H. Gonzalez, V&lcb ,
: George A-Hart.: house. an extensive Mikes Life i
r.., 0 ., I well, D. F. McDavid. Of this' number sale, lias"mej ,with great suc 0 "
The is.one of the. best re
\' L '.: .vV.P .' .* 0 : John B. Guttman, N. A. Neilson pertoire company '' cess in the .treatment of. this dsease.: .. Tennis goods.
J 1-; ::f'"' 91:: Clothes Thomas E. Harvey and D. B. Heine city, and companies the opening ever play visiting, Miltoh this! One, application, : of' )!; Balm will reHfve Rackets-$1,25, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50

'mf."W.t i, were excused and George H. Hartwellwas 1 Noble's masterpiece "iFrom! Sire toSon'hwas the pain, and hunareds of sufferers Worth Living i $3.00, $3.50, $4.00, $4.50, 85.00, $5.50.
1 0 returned unfound. have ,testifled to,permanent cures .. Nets1.50, $2.50.
..
< tieoffering. It well!I 4
h-j,. ;: New and ur.-io-date f.ne ol Spring was by its use. Why suffer. when Pain 1-f Balls-3 for $1.00.
t?4f?;; ',':4.4 and ,SuIl1Iler Suitngs: and 'Trouser; Munl'C urt. I I the staged and, is,thecompany presenting Balm affords such ,'Quick relief; and Cooking with gas means personal comfort in the kitchen J Fine line fresh spring Fishirf;
& 34 'J, j same equal to any popularprIced
t '",'0 k ings. All shades and grades of people![ attraction ever playing in the costs but a trifle?:f. Fj>f ,sale by alldruggists. -all cf the heat is used in cooking: and not in heating Tackle; new and of best quality.
jefiH ; Suits from $17.50 to $50.00. were before Judge Laney in the municipal opera house. ?,", .,: i j the room. And think, too, of the labor and time saveJ ;, One thousand new Edison Records
; i :*ij'i Trousers from $5.00 to $15.00 cou' rt yesterday. The ordinary, All the characters were.in carrying in coal and wood and sweeping and cleaning 2 'i just in. Come quick before they are
splendid I
t j : :1 Join JOHN'BROWN
: { our Gentlemen's' I'PRIZE
; : *: Suit Cluu. Saturday BR AT
"jag" predominated i
in large hands, especially those'oC up the dirt and dust that comes with their use. i picked over.
?f \ ?.ff4 Costs only $1..51) per month for press: numbers and the court assessed only John Aak MCMILLAN'S JEWELRY SAL* Out of town orders promptly filled.
$ ley, by Elmer Buffhaai Peter Grimes! '
ing
t.\ and sma repairs.Dyeing '
Jt ,1
: l $
Jj light fines against the thirty-four found I Cook Gas Range,
t by Carl on a '
r; ; Fleming, and Joe Cadwalad-i-0
f,; f K l' and Cleaning of men's anawomen's guilty, out of a total number of forty The prize for the 25-cent boxes at .
J. N.
:: ; by Rentfrow. The''ladies of
;; 11 Clothes a specialty. who faced him. One of the defendants the McMillan's: jewelry'sale was Installed for thirteen dollars.
rr -*-_*,;,;'C4 Give us a trial. We will appreciate company were excellent. in. their re crawn 0 i
s. was discharged, and four cases con spective roles. yesterday bJobn: Brown who held t F. B. BRUCE(
: **| ,your business. tinued. 'I the lucky ticket Kn, K17 TE .
The l'1ln"i"tIC
*> i total amount of fines was ,
One, nf.. the_ mnsf__ n1PII'ln'p. fD"'t..a.' .. '- '
!;W': t .( ?1 PANAMA HATS CLEANED' AND 11 nT'W':\, of this- attraction'n is--w.-3 the .vaudeville 6 "" '" of a $36' pie'ce"ot.. jewelry l to helectd ;;: : Pensacola Gas Company I IJ
":''J1\ BLOCKED. l by Mr. Brown.
f{ | \: embracing such talent'as MasterHarry -
: : REESEooM Phone 675.:NDEL!' TAILORING CO.,. King, the youngest original monologist ; l Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. : I
"I, 4iU1: 11 N. Palafox St. .
and character impersonator: :jori .1
to.t.$ :' J1'; ---0.., AN APPEAL TO WIVES the stage. King and Rentfrow, comedy Weak Kidneys Make Weak' ............,. ......"...... ............... i ---- -

i1M11Lqt41; ..... sketch artists, The IJtalfoots! ina
'c' trt: clever specialty, including some. fine Bodies. .' I
; CURE THE DRINKING HUSBAND dancing.' Mr. Fred Canon, in 'soft, 0 CLOCB.S: 1

I | BY USING ORRINE-CAN BE company's shoe buck own and wing orchestra dancing.: The KIDNEY DISEASES CAUSE HALF 0 A good 8 day Parlor Clock. . .. .. . .. .. .. .. .. .$5.001 $$3.00
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renderedsome .
A good 8-day Parlor Clock, with alarm $3.00
j' : PANAMASt J GIVEN SECRETLY.f the evenin'g very choice selections during THE COMMON ACHES, AND 8-day Mission Clocks, $...7a to. . . .. .. ... ... .... .$5.00 i
and the entire
r. snow was .
ILLS OF PENSACOLA Repairing. at reasonable prices.
'II '
j.FT.g a
; success.
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t: \\r. ,' No more terrible affliction can come Tomorrow night 0 PEOPLE.As 0 J. F. DAVIS JEWELER at Cue's Book Store.
to any home than the craving of husband VlctOr"Hugo's
p r Our Panama Hat route and father for strong drink. We terpiece, Lucretia Borgia, 'a "romantic" .0 __ ---__ -- I SHOES
Ira*; *,$ appeal to wives mothers and sistersto tragedy, will l, be presented:surpassing: one weak link weakens a chain, .

1 is now open. Many men save the husband and father or the anything ever before "attempted by a so weak kidnays:! weaken the whole : I Ito
r brother or son with' Orrine a scienti. repertoire' company. There will 'be body and hasten the final breaking Beautiful Easter Post Cards. !
i : '
a
consider the grand matinee
( Panama the
fic and positive cure for the drinking. Wednesday afternoon down. 0 We're calling attenuon ''oda
t : habit. when the welj) known play of Overwork, strains, colds and other Large numbers of the most beautiful Easter Cards ,5 cents-mail our lines of Men' and Wo
::1 JA ideal and only summer The patient simply! takes Orrine No.-I Camille will be presented. Adm'sson! causes injure the kidneys, and when them to your friends. Fancy Easter cards 5 cents to 25 cents each., 'I men's Three Dollar Shoes

t 'l'i.'t: h ti 2 or the secret remedy Orrine No. 1!I ten the cents to all parts !of the house, their activity is lessened the wnole The cutest little rabbts"OU: : : ever saw 5, 10 and 15 cents; Chicks 5 Whatever price we name for
.
,'" \i '' a | which is in powder form and as it isjj : only bargain matinee ,of the en: body suffers from ths uc. SS of uric' to .25 cents; China Eggs 5 cents to 25 cents. I a Shpe we intend that the Sn'if'
r -, j perfectly colorless tasteless and odorless -" gagement.. ., poison circulating in the blood. I I will be the best, that the sam
t' .:;r-, '\ They're right too. can be given in food or drink r.1-":''*>., Aches and pains and. languor and' CQeE :Ecc3:. 3-tQre.1 amount of money can or *!\I':
: ) without the, knowledge of the user. Gentry's Dog and Pony'*,$how. urinary ills come, and there b an ever-' buy anywhere.

... ,j' ; We've. Panamas at Tho price' of either form is $1. The: Probably no other show .of.tits increasing tendency towards: diabetes Fhonf 235. 213 South Palafox Strut, Pntieola JI We've never seen our $.': 'W/)
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t' craving for stroirg drink will be des kind receives: a more cordial welcome and fatal Bright's disease. There Is I Shoes equalled for the mmi >
t 1r;' : p $3,50, $4.50, $5.00 and troyed; in fact, the drink will not be: Bros. in this city than da the Gentry no. real help for the sufferer except We've a treat in store for' the

,' itt.t missed when Orrine is used. Famous Shows which play kidney help. I Three Dollar Shoe wearer.
#t : ti $'?.5O. Correct in shape, Orrine is sold under a positive guarantee their annual engagement, In th >'city! Doan's Kidney Pills act directly on REWARD SAFES I SAFES SAFES! SAFES !I' I
i 'that it will cure the drink habitif I nex\ Tuesday April 24 ,at the show ths'kidneys and cure every kidney ill. $100.00 Liebold '
; '$:,; every one of them, and d'rectlons: are followed. In every grounds streets. West Garden and Coyle' > Pensacola cures are the proof. J100.00 reward will be paid for the Buy Safes. StylesVici

fl box b'a registered guarantee wh.ch: L Mrs. David C. Wilson, wife of Capt. arrest and delivery to the sheriff of Scarritt Moreno Agent.
1 styles thajt are approved entitles-you to a refund of your money this Year attar year they have: ,:visited David C. Wilson, of the tng" boat ColumbIa .Waltoji county., one Charlie Renols Kid, Patent Kid. Patent

i' JJJ. if Orrine falls to effect a cure. You I city .always presentfng'.Jhe .most and residing at 26 South Reus Description: : Height 5 feet I Colt and Gun Metal Calf.

0k i :, by the best judges and run run 'no' risk whatever in using: reined ance ever,and highest 'Clllsperform street, says: "If Doan's Kidney Pills!I a 10 negro.or 11 inches; weight about 160 or!. .. ..II -- ---- i' 'W'!.>"' Extreme styles or Conservative
U presented under
.t 'i/1.. this remedy. There is no loss of r "canvas. had not benefitted me nothing could i, shapes.
mulatto with med-
i In the pounds bright
: 170 ; :
f best city. Up to
f' : the dressers. the present last, Highor
; in'ducg'me or Straight
I t'me or absence front- home or tmsl- they have had year to rtcommenj them either I turn, large eyes. Has scar on upper Swing
t: ; h :, = I> ness, no sanitarium ,treatment. four distinct"shows'on publicily or privately. '1 had' a '.( Low Cut, Lace or Button. All
In nev;
of
If it's a Panama I the road, but knowing: that the' lip to the right nose and when last Shirt
you're Waist .
public \
sizes.Women's
fact Orrine strengthens the'nerves are always looking: ,forward ceasing pain in the small-of-my back seen he wore a blue faded 'jumper, I II

;;i: <.itr. after, be sure to come i 1 and restores'general good health while their show being ona..,,larger ,ana'to that made me nervous, and when overalls, a gray cap, a'hew pair of No. I
t:. Ui* curing the (drink habit Treatise on I grander scale than on', ts'reyjoug: went about, my work around the 11 S fine sharp toed shoes. Reward to StylesVici
: : )r; : here before you buy it. how to cure drunkenness free on request visit' they have combined: 'all 'their the pain would be. intensf. Oth be paid' by J- A. R'cnlxnrg: & Co.,:', InsuranceThe I

Orrine Co., Washington D. C. shows Into on. gigantic' amusement symptoms! of kidney complaint! were Crestview, Fla. |I and Patnet Kid, Valour
; : Other Straw Hats SOc Wives, cave the,happiness! and pros enterprise, and the 'many' :jatrOns of n9ticeabje and I decided to try to I I Calf and Patent Colt, Button,
f; Vj; perity of your home "w th Orrine. these famous shcrws check the trouble before became too !
in'pst !
..'.re.- ;,;'; 1'.; to $3.00. OrrJne is for 'sale',by White's Pharmacy will hardly recognize thm this.Seasons yfear, deepseatei, and I s pt'to Sidney GET, A PANAMA STANDARD, $5.00, $7.50 AND : beet way to, ,insure Lace Narrow or Bluchers.or Medium Toes, cuban .

t1t: ft'Pr.. .," .. 108 .. 'aiaIoSt.r as they are "oow, positively: twice Kahn'sdrug store .'and got 10.00 AT CLOTHING! Jong life to, pretty shirt Medium Heels. All sizes
.. .. larS: than Doan's Kidney Pills.! 'Their COMPANY I waistswhicb! are the or
t.... t .... r ever before.; uss .. prideof and widths.
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f 'J. "44 GET PANAMA, $5.00, $7.50 AND 'Two ',performances 'will 'D9 givenn I strengthened my kidneys, banished II woman's heart, is to !
j.Ii.. :lt.'F.g; : ; $10.00 AT STANDARD CLOTHING: this:city-n xt Tuesday ,April, 24 at tb backache and prevented the Ian- OFFICE MOVED !I send them to the "Star" I
COMPANY: 0 2:15: in: the afternoon and '"1n the guor and ,depressionthat I felt morn. to be done up I
ft.Q.'S: : t 0 0 .- evening at 8 o'clock' hI$. inks.' J I cpulj do my. hpuee: work
H 0 A N S 0 N" HO&IERY''HOSIERYI' HOSIERY The grand sjrcet',pasafle 00.3 mJe" out suffering and I regained my. usual FROM THE KEYSER BUILDING, The Star Steam BOSTON SHOE
!;fP.\: I" aCASH LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE long which is said to eclipse. all!! energy and health." PALAFOX WHARF, TO OUR COYLE;
f LINE 'OF' MEN'S HOSIERY TO formr efforts by any 'circus. -will For sale by all dealers. Price SO STREET WHARF..PATRONS IN t
lJ."'.!""..., CLOTHIER, FOUND AT, ,YYAT60N, PARKER BE&; leave the show grounds .at; 10:30 cents. fite(? ;- iIbufR Co., Buffalo, THE FUTURE WILL PLEASE CALL i Laundry. 0 STORE
it'JJ o'clock shlJ.lIP'on the'raornjns of the New York sole for the No. 77, AS THE
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REESE'S DEPARTMENT agents United. ., UP PHONE OUD
;rfj }, Comer Palafoi and Main. STORE, AT day of exhibition. You' fan't .afford Stites. NUMBER HAS BEEN DISCONTIN 37 & uarflen St. 'Phont 114.
PRICES '
"'$ ,'-t.:.m' TO BUY.THAT WILt.. ,INDUCE 0 YOU(I tc miss Gentry's alt oew-sfaqfe'-! Remember the nameDoan'saJidtake' UED.' Penupola. FIis.P Fashionable Foot Fitters
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