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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 18, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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INVESTIGATION OFNATIONALBANKS. ARRANGEMENTS MADE"-f\OR, MOODY IS AFTER[ I IT FIRST DAY'S SESSION OF




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Tillman's Resolution Was Refer- PROPHET DOWIB BREAKS French and Austrian Interests
Belgian
Attendance
BELL[ TELEPHONE[ [ is Large and Great

red to Finance Committee of OFF ALL NEGOTIATIONSTHREW Agree to Subscribe I ROADS i Interest in Proceedings


the Senate.INSURANCE ,, Entire Amount. .

DOWN GAUNTLET TO OVERSEER VOLIVA WHEN PROPOSI. Manifested.
LINEMEN[ [ ARE E
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LAWS TION THAT ESTATE BE TURNED OVER TO. BOARD OF CONTROL Counsel Retained'by Department

Russia Obliged to Pay Ruinous THE: COMMITTEESGrand
WAS REJECTED.By .
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of ,Justice
to Investigateand
Rates for Ready Cash. OUT

Roosevelt in I Associated Press General Overseer Wilbur Glen Volira! i i H- i Bring Suits.
Recommended by Chicago April 17.-All negotiations I and his followers when the proPosi-1 Warden White Delivers an

lookin'g toward a peaceful settlementof tion advanced by the MONEY RECEIVED WILL ENABLE -

Message to Congress. the question as to who shall control twenty-one mill'.on: dollars of the estate -! RAILROADS PLEA a!? IMMUNITYIN instructive Address.

Zion City and its vast resources were foe turned ,over to a (board of con GOVERNMENT..... TO EXTRICATE I! Ask for Recognition of Union .
broken off today. trol was rejected toy Dowie. ITSELF FROM EMBARRASSING REBATE CASES DENIED BY ,
PRESIDENT URGES ENACTMENTOF John Alexander' Dowie through his It is stated that as soon as possible Shorter
attorneys, E. C.> Wetten and P.' C. Dowie will carry matters into the I POSITION AND KEEP' ABOVE KANSAS CITY FEDERAL COURT Hours and Bet' CREDENTIAL COMMITTEE RE-

MEASURES ON GROUND I .Haley threw down the gauntlet to. courts. IPORTS
PLEAD TO AND
INDICTMENTS
DELEGATES ARE
-MUST.
ter
WATER FOR TWO YEARS: IRRESPECTIVE Pay.
ADMINISTRATION WILL I .
THAT !

NOT BE PARDONED IF IT FAILSTO Anthracite Operators
Say STRIKE IS IN COMPLIANCE WITH PROGRAM WAS CARRIED OUT

TAKE STEPS TO PREVENT .. AND EXCURSION ON
By Associated Press. By Associated Press. ORDERS FROM UNION HEADQUARTERS BAY AND
Have Nothing Arbitrate Washington, April 17.Attorney
REPETITION OF SCANDALS. St. Petersburg,,April 17. It was announced I FISH DINNER ENJOYED.The .
General Moody announced today that AND IS GENERAL
today that arrangements for Chas. E. Hughes, of the New York

By Associated Press. 1 clare their is nothing to arbitrate except the new Russian loan of four hundredand bar, and Alexander Simpson, of the WHERE BELt." COMPANY OPERATES

By Associated; Press New York April, 17.-Tae committee -: the question whether there shall I forty million dollars had been Philadelphia bar, had been detainedby -STATEMENTS OF oppos- fifty-first session of the Grand
Washington, April 17. Preceding ; the department of justice to take 'tdge of the Independent: Order of
be arbitration. The do
operators of .
any signed in Paris. About half the
of of
the taking up of the railroad rate bill presidents the anthracite., not, however, refuse point blank to under consideration all facts not ING FORCE'S.In Odd Fellows convened in Pensacola
is the senate today Mr. Tillman called I coal earning roads and mine operators -(I accede to Mr. M'tchell's latest plan.It .I i: amount, was taken in France in conjunction known, or which can be ascertained yesterday morning at 10 o'clock.

up his resolution directing the senate, held a meeting in this city today' amounts, practically, to inslstance with Belgian interests. Austria relating to the transportation and sale Scene. that recalled the days of

committee on finance to enter upon an,- and drew up a letter to President Jno.! upon the operators original proposI-,. took-the porton; originally assigned .I of coal in interstate commerce and to I good fellowship and good cheer,
investigation: of the question of campaign Mitchell in which fhe operators de tion. to Germany. 'The 'Unit States advise what, if'any- g3.1 proceedings compliance with orders from together with happiness. shown on .
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} contributions 'by National Banks: j should be begun and to conduct Under headquarters of their union in Atlan-;the countenances of those present,

end after he had spoke at length the did not participate in the loan. the direction of the attorney general ta, the linemen employed here by the I as greetings were extended each !

resolution was referred to the committee The loan bears five 'per ,cent free : such suits or prosecutions, if t Bell Telephone Company went out on I I other. l
!Little
on finance. HAVE FERTILIZER MEN ,from taxation and runs for fifty years. any, which may be warranted by the a striketyesterday morning. The strikeof business was transacted I
Mr. Tillman read a other than tha appointment of committees -
In his speech evidence in hand and forthcomin'g.
The price, of the issue is 88 and the
leer from New York bankers suggesting the linemen is general throughout the report of the credentials

that the auditor of the Republican banker's commission three per cent. RAILROADS PLEA OF the states where the Bell Company committee .showing those entitled to

National Committee should be FORMED COMBINATION? That, Russia is willing: to issue a IMMUNITY DENIED does business, and is tor a rec- participate in the deliberations of

called to give testimony. Mr. Till loan on such terms shows-her anxietyto : ognition of the union, better pay and the Grand Lodge, antf the addresses
of
I welcome
man saij'he would not confine the in- secure money,before the assembling I' and response. The en
Kansas City, April; 17.-In the rebate shorter hours. tire afternoon
the republican committee J of the Russian parliament It is stat- was devoted to pleas
< to !
jurjr
case in the United States district -
but would also extend it to the democratic Understood that Government Has ed as one of the conditions; but not court today the plea of immunityfiled : Eight of the nine men employedhere ure. The delegates, visitors, their t
sons daughters
and tendered
eomm1tte.He .. CON FEDEIWTE f [ D confirmed, that Russia wlll make no by the railways the'basis of. by: t the Bell company quit workyesterday .excursion; on the bay were and a fish an i;

again referred to the affairs! of Inaugurated Movement, for further issue of bonds wjthin' the next the decisions of Judge Humphreys, at morning. The men in Pen dinner at the life in two'years.
the Walsh bank at Chicago and
Chicago, in the beef trust cases, was
sacola are under the jurisdiction of The tugs Monarch, Columbia and
that( connection was engaged in a The successfuL negotiations of the denied. The decision: sustains the
siarp controversy by Mr. Hopkins, an lnystigation, foreign loan, ruinous: as*the rates are demurrers of the government to the the Mobile union, inasmuch as thereis with Florence pleasure Wttherbee seekers. were Some packed of the

Vo declared the Walsh bank was not MEMORIAL[ L which Russia is obliged to pay for pleas filed in the Chicago case. The' no local union in this city. Or. delegates boarded one of the tugs j

insolvent.: He also said, in reply toa money to extricatethe government railways and officials were indicted ders were received by the men from and enjoyed a ride! in the gulf, while! !

quest'on from Mr. Tillaian that Mr. SUMMONS from much of its embarrassment, enables last December charged with having "Mobile: telling them to discontinue others remained at the life saving I
ISSUED J
Walsh had not 'been indicted.lir it.,to, clear its decks of ,an accumulation -given rebates .on packing house prod work, unless the demands made by Station. and. jenjoyed the dance which. :
Foster spoke three hours on the of debts ana furnisa the ucts and conspiring to'seenre-rebaie.: the linemen" wer -granted by the com-r!vras given 'in. honor of' the 'Visitors _.

railroad rate bill and was warmly con- SERVICES[ [ cash necessary to keep the treasury in violation of the Elkl s law. The pany. Other social features were tenderedthe
gratulated hy his friends. above water at least for two years, defendants must plead to the indict !Manager Bache of the Bell Company delegates and their friends last
Manufacturers to -- was seen in reference'to tile mat-
Commanding irrespective of the attitude of the ments within ten days. night
INSURANCE SCANDALS national parliament. ter yesterday. He stated that he did I -

MUST BE PREVENTED Appear Before Grand Jury. Premier Witte is greatly encour- not 'Relieve the men knew why they Grand Lodge Opened. -
aged by the outlook. were striking. He stated that no official I The Grand Lodge was called to or
I Call Issued by U. C. V- and G. A J. SAUNDERS CO.
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Washington, April 17.-President I w The Associated Press is in positionto :, communication had been given! der by Thomas C. Watson, of Penj
Roosevelt today transmitted to congress : confirm the report that Premier ,him making any demands. He stated -!j sacola, Supreme Representative.
an important mesage relating I STATED THAT FERTILIZER' MAT-I, R. Veterans-All Arrange- Witte has now definitely got the upper HOLDS MEETINGBIG that the men came around as usual I I, Prayer was said by B. L. BaWwtn,

to insurance leg slat on. Accompanying TERS IN VIRGINIA NORTH hand of ,MinisterDurnovo.. The down about 7 o'clock yesterday morning, a mem'ber' the order.
ments Completed.The but did not to work. They remained -I Mr. Watson after a few remarks I
(the message was the report and fall of the latter is a matter of onlya go I
recommendations of the insurance IQA1ROLINA, FLORIDA, SOUTH few days or weeks. Emperor Nich. until about 10 o'clock when appropriate to the occasion, introduced
FIRM ARRANGES ALL 'DE Hon. Charles H. Bliss, ,
convention held in Chicago! list Feb- olas has promised to dismiss him before he states that he requested them to I mayor

man', Among recommendations CAROLINA, TENNESSEE AND : following order which is self the national parliament meets.. TAILS FOR GIGANTIC BUSINESIS II go to work. "I told the men that 1 I in who behalf dilivered of the an address city. ,;Mayor of welcome BliKS

wall a draft of a bill! which congress GEORGIA WILL BE INVESTI explanatory, has been issued by Camp i i did not want them to quit work, and I referred to the greatness of Odd Vt"lowshp -
was urged to enact into law with such Ward, No. 10, United Confederate. UNDERTAKING. that they had given me no official no- and stated that the members

amendments as its wisdom: may dictate GATED BY GRAND JURY IN Veterans: I II tice that there was any misunderstanding -j lof the order would find in Pensacola
BASEBALLBirmingham I "
Members of Ward, No. 10,will said Mr. Bache. "FinallyI
The president urged the enact- Camp i the greatest seaport on the gulf. tin-
ment of de NASHVILLE. I meet at the court house Thursday the was compelled to tell them that they
the proposed measure, II I The stockholders of the J. R. Saun- [ most progressive city in th stare:
clarin';: "We are not to be pardoned: I 19th inst., at 4 p. m. for the purposeof ders Company met yesterday and must either go to work or quit, and i! and one that always welcome! strangers -

if we fail to take every step in our I attending memorial day exercises. was taken down a few took over the partnership of J. R. they quit We have always tried to! members of fraternal orders

power to prevent the possibility of a Is there a merger among the fertilizer BOYKIN JONES, pegs yesterday or to be more exact Saunders & Company. The charter treat"our employees with every cour- IiDI:!' the Odd Felltrws especially.
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repetition of such scandals as those manufacturers of Virginia, Comanderf just 200 points when Atlanta adm'n- for the new organization recently tesy. After the conclusion of the mayors
occurring in connection with the Insurance North Carolina, South Carolina, JNO. L. PINNEY, Adjutant.Line istered a shutout to the proud Barons. I by the stockholders Mr. Bache said that all the men who f address a vocal solo was rendered
framed was accepted
Tennessee Florida and Georgia? They still in the Shreveport worked for the company were union!'by Mrs. Richard :
business as disclosed by the of March. lead race. and the following are the officers McAllister which
Armstrong committee. From information gleaned by a Jour- I and Nashville were the other men. He sad that the foreman, a I was enjoyed by those present and
will move from the : i
pal it if the The procession man named Montgomery always employed the vocalist of
reporter seems as; gov- winners. The Southern League races H. was the recipient
4:30 Order of J. R. Saunderspresident; C.
house at m.
court p. union whenever possible,
men
ernment has a tendency to- such a ,promise to be interesting, as all merited applause.
SLOSSON STILL will the march will be as follows: Barnes, president of rnes-Jesup Co., as he believed them the best and he
belief and it is alleged have clubs appear evenly matched-this season JamesG. The addreof welcome in behalf I
of Jacksonville, vice-president;
federal grand jury which meets in :Music. : Vaughn's luck in Birminghamwon desired proficint linemen. of the local Odd Fellows was to have
Pace, vice-president J. L. Head, i
Nashville. Tenn., April 28 conduct a Grand Army of Republic. last forever, and that bunch or ; Linemen's Statement. been delivered by W. A. Blount Sr. I
IN THE LEADBy rigid investigation concernng! the Confederate Veterans. his is I'.kely: to blow up at any time. secretary and treasurer; D. R. Saunders "This question has been under way Mr.! Blount wag unavoidably detained
matter. Carria.ge with speaker and clergy! Luck copped two out of the four vie- assistant secretary and treasurer. for some time," said A. Snyder, one and in his stead Scott M. Loftin delivered I

Associated Press What the government- ,intends doing Mayor and members of city council.! tories captured by the Iron men. ; of the striking linemen. "We ask for a welcome which was couch i iI

Xew York, April 17.-George F. in the matter ij not known,--tither Memberks' cf the Grand Army of Re- The National and American league I The directors'and stockholders at: a recognition of the union and better ed in feeling language, and appropriate i

Slosson maintained his lead over all than that it is alUged that summonshas public,the mayor and members of the games were close. Fittsburg now I the meeting yesterday were: W. C.:: pay and shorter hours. The company I in every way to the joyous '
council are invited to jon: us and Vareen president Yellow Pine Lumber offered raise first-class linemen to occasion.A .
fertilizer city to
other players! in the world's cham- been issued for prominent I leads in the former and New York in I
pionsh'p billiard tournament today men. commanding: them to appear -be present at the exercises.In the latter. In the South Atlantic Company. owing tract formerlyknown 'f2.70 per day in towns of 2,000 or violin solo by Max Heinberg was f.

when he won the fourth straightgame before the federal grand juryat addition to the above the follow I league Charleston heads the list. ]I as J. A. Chaffin Company. tract' over, but refused to make the agreement next on the program and Mr. Hein .
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Nashville, Tsnn. The summons ing will be carried out: The Cotton States League will I at M'lton; John A. Ewing, vicepresident -. bindin'g in towns of smaller pop- berg, accompanied by Mrs. Brawner
having lost none open I
that all Prayer-Rev. Mr. Butler. i Barnes-Jesup Co.; J. B. Newton.I; ulation. The union knows class rendered a selection which was
further commaI 1 3 papers : no
Sutton the of billiards Thursday and the fur will fly in the
won night game
'I pertaining to contracts with firms I Address by Egbert Beall, introduced i Popularville Miss:; G. H. Smithwick, or distinction. Whe we quit we were greatly enjoyed.
WO to from 118.DROWNED. Willie Hoppe by ascore of Corporations and others concerning by W. A. Blount, Jr. juvenated. Southern oracle.League. |I R. 'F. Mtchell;; John H* Pace, John G.i getting $2.50 per day and apprentices I|i Mr. Binkley's Response. I

the sale and distribution of fertilizer Benediction-Father Fullerton. Atlanta 1 Birmingham 0. I Pace, Buckner Chipiley.! from $1.up:! some gong: as high us I] Grand Master Binkley responded
be placed before the grand jury. : Committee of Arrangements of Camp Nashville;3 1. I The company has offices in New Orleans -" ?2 and $2.2D. There were four journeymen -I to the addresses of welcome deliver

AITRIWROICRSCUI Similar summons hays, it is understood -.: Ward, No. 10. Shreveport ;6 Montgomery Little Rock 4.ll'mphsNew in the Hiberian Bank building, and three apprentices work-I led by the mayor ano' Scott Loftin.
been issued for fertilizer G. A. R. CalL f ; and in Louisville! Ky. lag for th? Ben Company.- I He referred to the pleasure! it gave

manufacturers in Virginia, North' W. T. Sherman Post No. 21, Grand Orleans, ; no game The Ccmpany is capitalized at $500-, "Foreman Montgomery notified us, the members of the Grand Lodge to

Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Army Republic, w'll: meet at the post I scheduled.' 000 and will do a g2neral: naval stores. that if we continued work, that we i jbe in Pnsacala.: Mr. Binkley com1 -

I Florida and Georgia. From 'what can room Thursday. April 19. at 3:00 p.I! Charleston South 3 Atlantic Columbia League.2. and export business. would receve! ?2.70 per day, but added 1 t mended Pensacola and the greatness

Tampa be ascertained it seems to be the m.'to join the Confederate Veteransin : ; 0.Jacksonville The Pensacola ,Grocery Company that the union would not be recognized : -J of the city from every standpoint. I
:2 Macon
,
Fla., April 17.-George government, that there | Augusta ; with a capital of J100.000 is under the the He then introduced Grand Warden
Garry : belief of the their memorial services. All visiting and that scale for apprentice
Company, cashier, of the Tampa in Hillsbar Electric: Is some kind of a combination or Grand Army Republic comrades: j American 5; Savannah League.Washington,5 .2. supervision of.the firm. I j would be fixed at $2 and upward. J.V.. White of Jacksonville. I II
was drowned : '
oUgh : (merger tetwoen the' fertilizer: men are cordially invited to attend. The I The officers of the 'grocery companyare "Of course without a recogn'tion of Grand Warden's Address.
bay today while with a pleasure the states mentioned,. of'veterans ; Philadelphia 3. : R. F. Mitchell, president; JohnA. the union could not the
of I
party. The boat over-turned and sons and grandsons' cf the I New York 4; Boston 3. we accept Mr. White saL in part:
Garry This matter promises to be an Grand Army Republic are :nvited and| Pace vice-president; R. F. Mitchell offer had we desired. We were ordered -I 1"Gi'andlastu', Mr. Mayor, sisters
and Cleveland 3 St. Louis 1.
Placing them a friend rescued the ladies,, important question in the south, according expected to meet at the office of Hon.: Detroit 5 Chicago: 3. J. H. Pace, J. G. Pace, J. R. Saun-, out, pending a settlement of tue I and brothers ladles and gentlemn: ,

Garry then on the over-turned ashore boat.,: to what has been stated. It George Wentworth Thursday at 3:00p. National;! League. ders and R. E. L. McCaskell, directors.; trouble. Our orders come from Mo-i "On this happy; occasion I realize "
attempted to swim General
w is understood that Attorney m. to.join in the exercises to take I Philadelphia- : 1 Boston 0. The store is located corner. Govern I bile, under whose jurisdiction we that it is good to be here, so I am
assistance and was drowned some i in the ;
Interested
Moody is deeply steps for organization. ment and Tarragona streets. I work. j going to say some pleasant thingst
distance away, but in sight of those i the matter St. Louis 6; Chicago 3.Pitts'burg' .
he question and will give i The sons and grandsons of Grand I Cincinnati Yards for the concentrating and distribution -' "We intend to conduct this strikein )'ou. I am proud of my country,
' ashore rescued., Later the 'body' drifted 1 big personal attention Army veterans from Warrington and I York; 3; 2. of_ rosn: are being. put in an orderly and dignified manner and!1 the greatest that God's sun shines

I I Against era rs. his Woolsey, as well as those living in I'f New. : 3; Brooklyn 1. readiness by the ,J. R. Sanders Company anticipate no trouble whatever." I! upon. a nation that lads all the na-

ALL I President Rooseveltproved Pensacola, are invited toatte&d. in New Orleans and Louisville.The .; Mr. Bache paid high tribute to the', lions of the earth in manufacturing :
PENSACOLA COPS opposition to mergers 'jn' the famous J. C. PETERSON, BOY BADLY HURT Pensacola yard is in operation at' men out on strike, by stating that all agriculture, mining, commerce and }
NOW SORT A DIAMOND'Northern Pacific case,' which was Commander.:: present. were sober "and honest workmen. wealth. We live in a land of free

I Utterly fought by the railroads and N. I B. CASWELL, Adjutant I .- nom. an empire of peace and plenty,
Marshal! Schad returned yesterday ,and finally term.inp -
'ithe i government, AT WARRINGTON where men are kings and women ara
morning from Hot Springs Ark., : for ,the United TWO MORE DEAD
ated in a. victor -- NEW POSTAL LINE queens a land where men love liberty -
"here he attended National Con,. not- the president -
the
tStat s. Whether CASE IN and reverence that old flag of
"tllon! of Police Chiefs. The Mar';' is taking .an Interest in the, UNIQUE Rufus Pearl. Jr., aged thirteen KEARSARGEBy white and scarlet 'blue field- anrf silver -

a hal states that many interesting: matter, which it I is understood :will I years, while trying to jump on a I II ON I NOW COMPLETED stars. -

;1d beneficial papers were read bj', come up befofe the federal grand. i MEDICAL HISTORY i i t freight car at Warrington yesterday I I "This is a,good city in a good i

djferent: delegates. Among the prin::1 jury at Nashville: is 'not known. i I!fell under the wheels which mangled i world-God's world. and if we dtcur" :
dpal topics discussed was one in regard i one of his legs so badly that it!, _Associated Press ; By Associated Press.iWatingiion I duty here as Odd Fellows we
to Wif3 beaters and the ;whip.1 NEGROt I I By Associated Press. I had to' be amputated. The'operat'on:r Washington, April 17.-Two moreI April 17.-Messages! shall be all right in this world and '-1
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Sing' post was greatly favored as thEIOper DESPERATE. Louisville, Ky., ApriU 17.-AS slae"i vas performed at the Naval Hospi-;I deaths were reported to the navy department -! have been exchanged between Presi-I all right in any other world. Christ. 1I
mode of punishment for thai t PLACED UNDER ARREST '. today: as a result of the ex-i dent Roosevelt and the Empress said love the Lord
t I was being lifted from her bed preparatory -ItaL I! The boy was on his way home the great; teacher :
crime The chief also states: thai t:! to removal to an infirmary Miss fro'm school at noon. when the accident -: plosion on the battleship Kearsargelast }Dowager anj1 Emperor of CTrina! oa I thy God with all thy heart w/i| all ''ii
|he great majority of those in at:t Sheriff Van Pelt returned yester-I Alice Bedinger died today. The attending -'! occured. Fr!dar. :i the opening of the last link of the i thy mind, with all thy strength and

endance were in favor of making; day from Barrineaus' camp, 1! miles physicians stated that death.i Tvro ago Monday young last link of the Postal Telegraph and then he added another great commandment

"rsary! when armed with a deadleapon \r northwest of Cottage Hill where col-he was due to earache and the case hail ij: Pearl: was years injured in the leg by a Dry Dock Dewey Reported. !I Cable Company's cabl connecting love thy neighbor as thy.
a capital offenses He hac I'Tv-ent" to arrest 'Mac Matthews, few if in medical h8''tory. : ., shot! fired from one of the rifles Port Said, April '17.-The dry dock I the United States and China: The self. This is the religion of Odd Fell
any parallels gun
? enjujable t ored, who l U 'wanted here for ass'sault .. by wireless telegraph hoped this link would bind select
time. but did not forgels Miss the daugh the range and itwas Dewey'was reported president wship. If I had to tentt
officers a& all members of the! having cut his wife in nine Bedinger was ol f'cn.thought 1" time that at the time today one hundred and fifty.I the two countries closer to! ther inevery -j jl ,
minister the
of the at
ter -
Presbyterian -
icrce were last night presented :will:ij places. He had the {prIsOner- in I j : would be necessary. miles off this' port/' respect Continued on Page Thrttl ,
Hot Springs diamond. I custody on his return. '"", 1 j Lunenberg, Va. imputation J






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T B BTug "BYFffl.E[ ;
:r ;. f It strengthens the stomach creates an -
I--**. .- i3j appetite and builds up the whole system. rH
,. It cures that tired feeling and makes the 15 Cents each 2 for 25 Cents -
r-' CUUETT PEABODY ft CO.
weak strong.
Makers cf Cluett and Jfonanh SiurU. I _
ir In usual liquid or in new tablet form. )
4 I .:Sj 100 Doses One Dollar.Marine } and Crew ',t
Co. V
Simpson! Wrecking Pranerty of'N.E. Turner at Dollar '

4- _ _ f : ,._
'" Ml.y : Will Be Sent to Her assistance Total loss- '
E. L. REESE J. MENDEL Vinegar Bend a : .:,- I
j Grocery Co. '-

V Today. Not a Cent of Insurance.The .
% : 04, 60S, 608. 610 S. Palafox St. Reese 6 Mendel OIi l

Phont 725. Capt. T. E. Welles yesterday received Mobile Item yesterday contained
? Jas. Me- The Home Tailors, To get rid of Indigestion, : ,
a telegram from Capt. the following: [I HI i ; _- _
i' V. J. VIDAL, Manager. Graw of the fishing smack G. L. Daball A loss estimated at between$125-

1fr THE HOME OF GOOD THINGS, TO ,' belonging: to the fleet of Saunders 000 and $150,000, without a particle of;I Dyspepsia, Sour Stomach, (
& Co., saying that the vessel wasa I Builders' insurance, was caused last night when!

.c.. EAT total wreck on the bar at the, entrance fire destroyed the entire plant .and j Belching of Gas Catarrh of II ','.::':,;l 1 tj
4! :
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Just Received: to Tampa tay, where it Is believed thousands of feet of lumber of the ".:
Halibut Chunks Halibut Quick Lunch the vessel attempted to enter N. E. Turner Company, at Vinegar other RI.
: 50 kite of fancy Mackerel. $1.25 per tF the Stomach or any -
:; to sell fish. Capt. Welles immediately of. Bend, Ala., a small lumber settlement
.
kit. telegraphed to ascertain the ex above Mobile on the Mobile and Oho: -
::r4: : 50 kits Salmon. J1.25 per kit. tent of the injury to the vessel and Railroad. The property formerly belonged disorder due to Indigestion. Jii-
)c -i: 50 kIts halibut ins. $1.25 per kIt. I Z'j '
late 'last night received the following _ ; ;;;:==!
Md'? 50 kits of Cod Tongues and Sounds to the. Vinegar Bend Lumber !#IlI ,______;;;;=;
c kitBloaters. telegram: L.Men's Company was owned by Turner Bros.,

4-.j: 4;: ;1.25 per Milkers and Roes. Herring, "Capt., T. E. Welles, Pensacola. and up to a few months ago leased
"Can be saved. Lying in 6 foot water -
Mobile county convicts whica they
Pickled Salmon. Dill Pickles
4 si Codfish German Saner Krout. in easy position. ,Everything ail worked in the'stockade.. ,v

y Pigs Feet in kits. 100. right Will take fish ont tomorrow. Fine The cause of the fire is not known,I :
_
4: Manewll and Lange's Fruit Cako. Crew all ashore. (Beware of wreck but it originated in the boiler houseof

r National Biscuit Co's Fruit Cake, 25c ers. the main milL While there are _
'* r per pound. JA3.! lcGRA W.o' several watchmen In the employ of the
; t ) We handle the celebrated blends of It is not believed' the vessel isjseri: J!" company, the fire was not discovered
rt Coffee roasted by the Gulf City CoffeeCo. ously injured: and this iordng the ;: Clotbes. until almost the whole mill structurewas

., H. P. Chipman, Manager. sea going tug Simpson with a dvet; in a blaze. The fire rapidly communicated -

-V, : .Oaxaca 35c lb.; Gold Standard. 25c and wrecking crew will be seut to'the to the planing mill, dry .
k.? : :; Ib; Diamond Blend 23c Ib; Golden scene to float the vessel. New and up-to-date fine oi Sprtns kilns and lumber sheds In wh'chj

F4 : V Rio 20c lb.Strictly The. last sentence of the te'egram and Summer Suitings and Trousei thousands of feet of lumber were iDYSPEPSIA; CURE

; fresh roasted and as good "Beware of wreckers." Is no: understood Ings. stored. For a time the little town -
4t : as any Coffee! sold In this city. but believed to refer to Suits from $17.50 to $50.00.
: -
possible
was threatened to be wiped off the''I]
'. _ _
Trousers from
? $5.00 to $15.00
Send orders and .
us will
your we deliver danger of thieves stripping the
map by the fierce flames. Employeesand
4 promptly. Join our Gentlemen's Suit Olun. I -
L vessel Costs only $1.50 per month for pressing others residing in the little town Digests What You Eat GUARANTEE COUPON
worked .
.
V heroically and succeeded in
and small repairs. If, after using two-thirds of the contents of a dollar
HH7a confining the
to
flames the mill
prop .
of
Dyeing and Cleaning men's ana
bottle of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure are not satisfied with
you
: : A Fine Line of ; = women's Clothes a specialty. erty.The first intimation of the fire re'I I have been a dyspeptic all my life, have tried all kinds of it or can honestly say that it has not benefited you take
Amusements Give us a trial. We will appreciateyour bottle back the dealer from whom '
i. ceived here was contained in a tele-' Dyspepsia remedies. but continued to get worse. Could eat the to you bought it
business. 'gram to Mr. N. 'E. Turner '' but little and suffered greatly. I was reduced in weight and and ws-will refund your money. All we ask is that you
; TENNISGOODS iii: shortly at-, few bottles of be honest with us. Sign this guarantee ana leave
PANAMA HATSCLEANED, AND ter 10 o'clock last run down to nothing In strength. After using a coupon.
} 1 night. It apprisedhim Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I began to mprove' and am now fully it with your dealer,who must mail it to us with the outside
BLOCKED.REESEMENDEL of the fact the
that main
mill
: I was'; restored in weight. nealth and strength. I am now able to do wrapper from around the bottle.
Last Nighfa Play.It TAILORING CO., burning and other property threatened
Is almost impossible, under or- Phone 675. 11 N. Palafox St I Those in charge of the plant'I my own work- and can MRS.eat MARY whatever S.I CRICK like. White Plains, Ky. Same .........................Iststs..I.ssI..st.s.............

dinary circumstances, to associatea endeavored to secure assistance from q .. Addrew.........................ss.....................'....'
play like "Lucretia Borgia witha Mobile and suggested that Whistlerbe This is only one of .
popular priced company as it is called upon for aid. It was not 'DoUubotUiboldiS many such testimonials fnpartd' tie Lb o

V BO far above the mediocre ability of SUMM4RY OF long, however, before Chief Price wa.I trU time).or u to much cent u iz.th.. oar ClfIt t.oa file in oratory*Co.,ChIcago of E.ODeWitt.I ,L8.L
JUST RECEIVED the ordinary organizations of that in communication with Mr. Turner,
'I 1
!t E't4fi class.tefrow's. THE: WEATHERThe and when informed of the situation TO ALL DEALERSu
.New Tennis goods. Stock Company, whichi immediately ordered fire engine No. 4 The S1.CO jize Kbiol Dyspepsia Cure is guaranteed only to pure

Rackets-$1.25, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50,, i? filling a wests' engagement her and a sufficient amount of hose to the chasers wha present our printed coupon properly! filled out at time of sale with name and a=>

L $3.00 $3.50. $4.00 $4.50, $5.00, $5.50. extensively' advertised. this tragedyas scene, which was conveyed upon a I t dress. We will protect dealers only ubon presentation of this coupon:; E, C DeWitt & Co.,
last night's 'bill and hundreds maximum train
;; 1 ; 'Nets-$1.50. $2.50. ; temperature yesterday special leaving the Mobile and .
;c it Balls-3 for $1.00. :went to sea Hugo's great play, as was 72 degrees at 11:30: a.! m., Ohio yards shortly after midnight.. Chicago, U S, A,

V:_ 4 Fine line fresh spring Fishing iresented by this company. few if and the minimum 57 degrees at Capt H. A. Dolle, attached to engine, ,
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f '* *V .>Ttj.. S Tackle; new and of best quality. any of those who were familiar with 4 a. m. company No. 24 was assigned to the
.r- :% One thousand new Edison Records the piece expected to see it so wellplyed In his summary of weather condi- task and accQmpanied Mr. Turner tc: ber from destruction. The fire was community. Illsa Ada is to be coai-j i i IJ. A. McCasklll! last Sunday a: ':.n"

', :r iL Just in. Come quick before they are and those who had never tions yesterda.y Observer Reed said: the scene of conflagration.When the worst ever experienced in the settlement Alimented upon the rapid progressof home in North Nara.
picked over. witnssed it were deeply impressed MFtessure has increased over the they reached Vinegar Bend I and but for the timely arrival her school. As a teacher only a I Mr. KilbyViggins of Pine P-:-

-Ti. Out of town orders promptly filled. to say the least. country except over the northwestareas the main sawmill three dry kilns and l 9f the engine company would few can excel herr \I ren was over on a business Tro a
V V The rendition ,shows months of of high barometric pressureare several lumber sheds containing thou have probably! proved more disastrous.I Brother Morley was down in our j i iday! or two ago.
-1 careful training on the part of every central over the north Pacific sands of feet of lumlber had been destroyed :, While' those living in the homes' neighborhood last week and attend:I iMrs.: Nancy Nobles, an ag'i< ,i ,ad';
4 member of the cast, and in point of coast and oyer the Ohio VUey.. and the.flames were Tist consuming near the mill company were anxious: the closIng! exercises at the McDa. II and an old resident of Santa Rosa

r> F.B.Children's BRUCE costumes scenery, stage; setting and "'Temperatures have risen to 50 the planing mill and other as to their own possessions not one: ,1 Tid Institute: county, but who has been stavug)
!' ** 'a detail' there was but little to be degrees! or above from- northern Montana sheds where lumber was storpi The was destroyed. The stockade where J. Mr. ,W. C. McDavid made a busi-- with her son, Mr. JJoblw, ar McDi\

wished for. Miss Cora' Lawton,' eastward to Lake Superior., engine was not taken from the flatcar t hundreds of prisoners are confined remained ness trip to, Bluff Springs and Pen- vid, for some tans, was buried a;
.i ;. f ; Mitchell who interpretea. the part of Light to heavy frosts'were observer but shifted over the untouched by the flames and, sacola last week. the ola' cemetery near Chuciuc .
_ I' rails Jo th I
..-_ _ _ the terrible Lucretia. is a. good actress this morning i In scattered localities creek, where wajer.vas obtained. In; not a prisoner escaped. The guardsare Hon. Milton Watson made a flying last Friday. We tender the bereaved .
and embellished the part with, from the central Ilssissippr Valley this manner Capt. Dolle did excellent t said to have remained perfectly business trip to McDavid yesterday. family our heartfelt syrop'

: the It. sincereity Her emotions in which she all handled natural; eastward into Pennsylvania..r and, work, saving thousands, of feet of luml in ontrol of the situation. Upon arrival Mrs: J. W. Etenterfitt of Pensacola I. thy and trust that the good Lor:
were
North Carolina. c-V at the scene Mr. Turner took spent a few days with er parents I will help them to bear up in th'';
:P V and at the same time powerful. MrWiiliard .. rfThere have been showers from personal charge of affairs and rendered Hon. ana Mrs. E. V. MoCaskill at,I! their sad hour of trouble.
PartyFriday Bohman, as Germaio, was Oregon and Washington southeast' their htome in Nora last week. 1 I iMrs Joe Miller and son Burum
valuable
kif aid in
the
x1: even better. He played the part into in northeast I How to Fool a Liver I directing .
'Ward Wyoming Lazy movements of the fire fighters. :Mr. and Mrs. C. Williamson, of made a business trip to Jay :
with ease and grace. Florida, and from New Mexico and[II The loss will Jay, were ths; guats of 'Mr:- and Mr;:,.1 Tuesday
The is a strong one and with Artificial Exercise prove a heavy one toMr.
company Kansas southeastward into the wart i tI
qz.. April 20 4 p. m. carries line of plays. Their Turner, who estimates it at between I .
4 I a good ern Gulf. Rain was falling at 7 a. mat .I !I -
.i.4., \ specialties are all cleverly executed. Galveston and Corpus Christi; $125,000 and $150,000, .without I
by clever artists. It has an orchestra these showers are advancing eastward 1 serious Sickness has a small]l any insurance. Mr. Turner stated
Ct $$1 AT LIBRARY HALL of Its own, and the delightful and showers may be expected, I: that he"had been expecting an insurance -! .. ._ ,
c' sb music Is indeed very enjoyable W IP Western Florida to-night or Wed : IBVERY )'I i man. to come to Mdblle for the -__ I V I ,
$'or benefit of Book fund. There the regular theatre patrons. tesday where the winds will be light;; in nine cases out of ten,,I past thirty days to inspect the mills

iP *Vt vUI be dancing, skating, and 'games. Camille: will be played at a to fresh from the northwest. beginning is made in the\I : property with the view of taking the
Admission 10 cents. Refreshments. matinee this afterndon at 3 o'clock j Bowels. > rsk.! This insurance man reached

ry,:* _ _ _ I and "After Midnight in Chinatown," ', \! Constipation is the beginning of most ditases. > Mobile yesterday and was to have
I
kt ;i _____
V V
'WIU be the bill to-night ; gone to Vinegar Bend to
inspect the
-
r' : It the for all others. 4 .
i SAFES SAFES I SAFES I SAFES !I It is to be hope! that the galjery} UNION LABORIs paves way property today. That is given as the '& _
; seats to-night will be occupied by a !i Lack of exercise, hasty eating, improperfood reason of Mr. Turner's presence iaMcibile 4 A( :- V _

Buy Diebold afes, contingent which has some regard are its first causes. yesterday. Mr. Turner has

Scarritt Moreno, Agent for those who' try to enjoy the per- 1 Responsible for Much That is Ex(J! Laziness, and postponement, permit IiI I announced that he will rebuild at
% T1n formance. It is dou'btful if even an to into Chronic whichmeans once.
lI -- --- before cellent, the Clash of Capital andLabor I grow Constipation L
V
i. opera house was so disgraced Capt Dolle returned to the city this
-- -. I with such' 'a disorderly crowd. The Notwithstanding. life-long Discomfort. morning" having left the 'scene of the
actors and actresses were yelled all- !' It isn't necessary to be sick-a-bed, you l fire at daylight. It Tqf >
8 was all under control '
jeered, nearly all of their strong know, in order to' be mighty uncomfortable. then, nothing being left ,tell the _
to
;: enea were ruined by such annoy I Even a slight Indigestion affects the!I tale of a once prosperous mill plant __
l lv& $$3.00r ancea. This company emphatically Even the unsophisticated layman but the
dulls smouldering ruins.
I deserves great credit for having pre confesses that this is the day ol,f r nerves, the mind, and obscures themerry :

MjjeeU sented thtfir play as well as they did I I special attainment and as such the sunshine of Life. I

-* b... under such unfavorable conditions. union is, as it were, a school of excellence !THE SEWER BIDS
in every line of attainmentTo t:

Gentry's Show. have come Into the estate ol>t The time to adjust the Bowels is the very'j '
WILL BE
SHOES The coming of the Gentry Show is "journeyman" means years of novitiate minute you suspect they need adjustment.L ., I j OPENED -
for the former "cub"
training -If is slightly coated, I
always looked forward to with un- j your tongue -
Ufcual interest and consequently: training which equips him thoroughly: -'If your breath is under suspicion, i i The Boara' of Bond Trustees wit) ;
with the theory and practical science
every Urns they visit this city the: of his trade. Nowhere is this more; : -If your head feels a trifle heavy or dull,I meet at noon to-ai'arrow'; at city ball U
4' We're calling attention today large tents are packed to their utmost for the of
-If purpose opening bids for
than in the science of 'brewIng digestion seems even a little slow,,
it4 ,, 4p to our lines of Men's and Women's capacity at both performances., necessary the construction of storm-water and
: and take occasion here to -If Heartburn, Belching, Colic Restlessness __
| 1 4E .$ Three Dollar Shoes. The Centry.Shows. > have been con we recommend -. or canitary; sewers. The work to be
m ( solidated this year and are now to our readers a home enterprise begin to show themselves. ( done
j .V11 Whatever price we name for will consist of 43 miles of
I A' a Shoe we Intend that the Shoe positively twice larger than ever of the first magnitude deserving -That's the time to eat'a Cascaret. I.i brick cast-iron, 'terra-cotta and concrete -

I X 1 will be the best, that the same before. The entertainment presented home patronage in proportiom ; Don't imagine the Cascaret is ineffectivef i ,sewer.-/ and drains with ther:
i" > by this well known circus firm I We refer to the plant, the high! several
Jtt 2si amount of money can or will because it is pleasant to eat as Candy. appurtenances, from eight
buy anywhere. this year is without doulbt their best enterprise and the splendid product ol inches to eight! feet in diameter
rV'i JW We've never seen our $3.00 effort, which means that there is a L the Acme Brewing Company, of Macon It acts as pleasantly as it tastes. It is a s; It I is understood the board will i--1'# _

-i; Shoes equalled for the money. treat in store for the many lovers of t Ga. They employ only maste:r congenial to your -Bowels as it is to your order advertisements for bids for '
the big tent shows. One can imagine! brewers some of them brought fromthe I Palate. the construction of the V
? ; V4 We've a treat in store for the new city hall V, :__
e4' Dollar the difference in this year' all new greatest breweries abroaJ It after the of the V
Three Shoe wearersMen's : stimulates; the muscular lining of the: completion first V -
show, when we learn that they hav, These men are equipped with ever," centioned business. -
united three of their four shows modern 20th Bowels and Intestines, so that they mechini-: -
innovation
I ; century fo: J ;> :'Teral of the bidders will un- -
Styles which they have previously had on I successful, scientific brewing. The f cally extract nourishment from the food andis l dccbtedly: be present when the _

tour, into one big show which will I have a plant in which cleanliness i: drive out the waste. .. Lcar;; c
4 Vici Kid, Patent Kid, Patent be seen here next Tuesday April 24 l a bY-word and an ever present fac: it Is said, is keen for the work. \ I L.
ii. ,f .V .;l1 Colt and Gun Metal calf.! for two performances at the show They are supplied" with the fines!t. _

;.d. iL Extreme styles or Conserva. grounds at 2:15: in the afternoon an:';: Canadian malt,,, and real Bohemia 1 The only way to have Cascarets ready to _
c tive" shapes. V at 8:30: o'clock sharp at night hops, and are sustained by an ..1nnexible .
use precisely when need them Is to
I J part of this show is you : VillOl Is fas 'superseding fashioned cod liver oil and
ti1'. V Swing or Straight last, High Every positively determination n on the part of the! them in : Q CHUMUCKLASpecial Q
V or Low Cut, Lace or Button. All twice larger than on previous I proprietors to produce the best beei carry constantly your pocket.as emulsions because, without a drop of oil or
',Izes.Women's. visits, the parade being twice as I In 'America. Have they done it you do a Watch or a Lead pencil.
i.r long. twice as many animals and I You will be amazed if, we say thej[I The ten cent box of Cascarets is made: .- disagreeable feature, it contains all the medicinal elements

t1 Styles double the number of big circus acts I have, but we In turn are sustained IE l thin, flat, round-edged, and small, for this! Choimuckla to The April Journal.' 16.At i I of.cod liver oil,..actually taken from fresh cods' livers.
North
; ;which are now one of th e big feat the assertion .
that 'they na'esucceed purpose. t'r three weeks I can again in my By ourrprocess the oil? having no value either as a medicine or

: Vici and Patnet Kid, Valour ures.The grand street parade one mile ed, by,a of verdict Chicago of,'the the ,Walheinus leading Institute Be very careful to get the genuine mad feeble language let the readers of!I food, is"separated from the medicinal elements and thrown

: .4- Calf and Patent Colt, Button,- long, which presents a beautiful brewers' : only by the Sterling Remedy Company and i l The Journal know that I am still
chemists. Unlike
-., Lace or Bluchers. spectacle, will leave the show "American' Queen'has never sold in bulk. Every tablet stamped i alive, and that Chumuckla Is on a..!I away. old-fashioned cod liver oil and emulsions,
$ been !: :
pronounced by them
rif Narrow or Medium Toes, Cuban grounds: at 10:30 o'clock next Tues to three of the'r superior .'uu" boom.. I II I Vinol is deliciously palatable, agreeable to the weakest stomach -
-; or Medium Heels. All sizes day' morning, and will be seen on the competing; ,i Mrs. Joe Brewton of Milton was
V 'and widths. 'principal streets. brands which enjoy almost Rulversarecognition 1 a it visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs I and therefore unequaled as a body builder and strength

and sale. Many of out J. H Diamond here last week. I creator'for old-people, puny children weak run-down
4 : men
southern people might admit this eFREE TO OUR READERS ,
S Im'pre blood runs you ,down-makes, Messrs. R. J. Chlpley and Chipley an4'V
you an easy victim for organic dis-: luctantly until they make a criticaltest :I""It bas been arranged to mall tree 'a Damond: of Bagdad spent last Sun- en, aftc- sickness, and for all pulmonary diseases.

'BOSTON eases. Burdock Blood Bitters purifiesthe Do so yourself. beautiful little French-designed GOLD.: day at home in North Chumuckla. I Ii Everything: Vinol contains is named on the label.
SHOESTORE blood-cures thecause-(builds you L PLATED trinket box Jiard-enameled la i Mr. R. A Bonlfay, Sr.. a member "
up. HOSIERY! HOSIERY HOSIERY ",pretty most liberal colors offer, a handsome ever made ornament and we. ..cr.the B. F. Jernigan Mill Co., of OUR QUARANTIBWe have such faith in VINOL that U you will
LARGEST-AND MOST'COMPLETELINE .. want'every reader to have one Tea'cents i McDavId. was over on our side ofhe' take It j'e promise U it does not benefit or cure you we will return you
la stamps is asked as a measureI t last Monday on a business.s your mosey without question. We take all the
river
: risk.
i WATSON PARKER & REESE HAVE: OF MEN1S HOSIERY TO: I of good tattti and to cover cost of Cas- ;
JUST RECEIVED A LARGE SHIP. AT' r carets with which this dainty, box 1 I trip. '
FOUND WATSON,, PARKER .
&tloaded.'I
school at the McDavid Instt-I'fl'he
Fashionable Foot Fitters MENT OF CELEBRATED BUDD'S i REESE'S DEPARTMENT STORE. AI Send today, be sure to mention this tote where Miss Ada Davis has been W. 'H'White' & Co.
and address ,
write
SHOES AND SLIPPERS FOR CHIL PRICES paper your plainly.
THAT
W1U, INPUCE- YOU)' Address Sterling Remedy Comnanyt fen charge for several months has i
Ivt &j .q'r- I DREN. TO BUY. Chicago or New York. 73. 1 closed to the regret of the entire_ ro'I

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TUB PENSACOLA' JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY MORNING' '
A'PRIL I 1906 if' ;
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FIRST T SESSIONOF [ : Does your baking powder l." :.3 BOUND OVER.[ ON N Doctors Baffled ;j



: :: .' .- ':; ; ,, lYlrs.H.Lar50nwho was run down !\
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I TY1i : .l .: ::::cC : ; :,
I f GRAND'LODGE contain alum ? Look Upon :;:\$.HJ::.;:'..i'V h''';; .' :t W: and whose case baffled the skill

QU3ILITYVRIC i TRESPASS[ ;.t '\....h\::' of doctors health, is and restored strength to complete by-


L the label. Use only a powder 'W:; Duffy's Pure Halt Whiskey.

.
: 'i' > '.\\ '1 lost weight was tired and listless; i
[ G
i1i'i1i'.i ,I [ CHARGE[ '-: :.:. { and no medicine helped me until I tookDuffy's I
it to be "
whose label shows .; Pure :Malt WhIskey this lady "-
.i i1iI! ii I11II I I : \ whose heart is filled with gratitude, .. I
\
L .. .:::; writes. .. I
L : :': "For :some time I have suffered from a ;
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Continued
from
tartar.
.First Page) of : .
with .
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I : made cream T F. ,.. % general rundown condition which baffled !
Hall
'lOS With Cut
for our or'der, 1 wo ld choose the I Charged S. the skill of all my doctors. I lost weight [

same old, ones:-Friendship Love %, rapidly was tired ana listless and n !

Styleis and Truth. ..It.I. were e-ail.ed, U"ponfo :: Safety lies in buying ting Timber on Govern- .. A medicine helped me until I began to take
make a "platform .upon which we NOTE %.s 9. 'i Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey. I am now ton

very important, could all stand, it- :w uld'* b9 the Powder ment Land, my tenth bottle and feel better than !
-i'IP, of our Clothing Is Father-hood of G :*.'and the Brother only the Royal Baking ,%?%.C '% t I have in a number of years past 1 !
Tht' hood of man. Salvation by character x. know that I am cured and I want to

wh3 von would see on Broad- the leadership of Him who said: love which is the best cream of tartar Thomas F. Hall, a white man, was .. w, thank you for it"-Mrs.: IL Larson, 2C3
--I Pleasant Ave., : Ala., Nov. 1
Montgomery
way ,>r Fifth Ave. cne another and the progress of man tried before United States Commas"sioner :
onward and upward torever. I baking powder that can be had. Marsh, yesterday, charged : MBS. H. LARSON.U., 1205.fluffy's I
QUALITY is more Importantand "We com'? to you' to-day as a pare! with trespassing on government land I

if you bur here you can of that wonderful inrtitution the in Santa Rosa county. After hear;. Pure Malt WhiskeyI

bank on getting the best qual seed, of which was planted by i ing the evidence in the case Commissioner -:
Thomas Wildey and four associates I
Marsh held the accuses:! in a

ity. In'. the Cit.y of Baltimore eightysevenyears 11 I $100 bond, which was quickly fur-. because of Its remarkable healing and curative powers and Its extraordinary
Is still more impor ago the 26th of th:! present nished. record of cures covering a period of more than fifty years, is prescribed by doc-
PRICE raonth. Few events in the history I I ing, H. L. Swatts James: Simpson. I I II .. The charge was preferred by F. tors and used in over two thousand leading hospitals as the greatest most Pure nourishing Malt-
be medicine. Duffy's
known to
tant. Style and quality must of our country have been fraught State of the Order.!. T. Burch, C. .I AV. Jernigan, whom it is alleged had Whiskey tonic-stimulant cures coughs,and colds health-builder consumption. prSp. bronchitis and pneumonia. It

bucked) up by a reasonable price. with greater significance for this!!I E. Shackleford, Robert McClellan. I SAGE LEAVES staked a homestead on the land in stimulates and enriches the blood. aids digestion builds up the nerve tissue
first lodge is now' the parent of 14i ',- ''Finance-F. C. Eaton A. H. D'Al [ question. Hall claimed that Jerni-- tones up the heart and fortifies the system against disease germs. It prolongs

FIT the most important of all i 145 dodgrs, 6,876 Rebekah Lodges.' i em'berte' Max Lirkin.Degrea I gan had deserted the homestead, and life keeps no fusel the oil.old and young Is the and only the whiskeythat young strong.has Duffy's been Pure recognized Malt as Whiskey a. medicine.contains -

In Clothing, and if a suit does 3,172 Encampments and 571 Can; of Rebekah-J. M. Blanding. it is understod that his contention This is a guarantee.

not fir you correctly, we will tons. The Subordinate Lca'ges: a'one T. D. Bryan, T. G. Stinson. I .vas affirmed by government officials CAUTION careful to Bret the genuine!! when you ask for Dtifiy's Pure Uan
now have a membership of 1.217,145, Delegates and Alternates.The I Jernigan it is said, carried the case Whiskey. Sold In sealed bottles only; never in bulk. Look for the trade-mark, the
not let you have It I "Old Chemist."on the label and be Bare the seal over the cork la unbroken. All
Mhile our sistens of thi Rebekah committee on credentials reported -. Special; to The Journal. to a higher court and a decision has reliable druggIsts and grocer, or direct.$x.oo a bottle. Doctor' advice and medical .
branch Increase this membership' to the folbwing, alternates and Brent, April 17.-Up to Saturday wei not yet been rendered. Hall in the booklet free. Daffy Malt Whiskey Co.,Rochester,K.T.
1,520,621. If this vast army of fraternal Past -Grand entitled'-to seats in the had no rain except a large drop to meantime, it is averred, cut timber

workers would 'clasp hands. Grand Lodge: t the square foot on Monday. Tuesday I off the land. THE LEWIS BEAR COMPANY, Distributers.
rI41fDARDII' they would form an unbroken chain (Florida, No. 1.-John A.Preston, t we had four thunders and a cloud of 1 Circuit Court.
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Frank Hv Price -- --- - -- u -- u -
)) fifteen mile*' long. delegates; C. Leslie -dry wind. The well known case of A. M i
Eni l .D "The amount expended for the relief Whipp, F. T. Barclay alternates t The weather man proposed treating -I McMillan TS. B. H. Burton and Mary
of d'stress' has been $105,424- Lake No. 2.-H. S. Swatts/ del& Burton
.us to showers Saturday, and a refresher after a lively tilt betweenthe
f
778.00. If this vast sum was converted gate. let down on the farm about attorneys on the opposing sides I
",_, u : into one dollar bills and these Victor, No. 3.-N. J. r Lewis., dele- daylight In accordance with the fore- 'went to trial yesterday afternoon in
COTTRELL.FINE bills pasted end to end they would gate. --.7 .. cast, after two weeks of dry weather. the circuit court. The case promisesto : Watson Parker & Reese

PHOTOGRAPHS. make a ribbon of money ten thou PensacOla, No. 4.-N. 'A. NeilsenJ. 1 I am glad to see so many interest-' be hard fought, and interesting ,
sand miles long. The relief for 'one W.- Wfllock, F. G. Stinson, dale communications in The Journal throughtout. The court room was
Pensacola, Fla. tear ending January 1st 1905 was gates; A. Kist E. Delmar C. J I ing from the older inhabitants. Those crowded during the preliminary Company.

J4.633.649.00 or albout nine dollars Johnson alternates; Paul Dansby : scrimmages between the attorneys.In .
romantic stories and charmng re--
per minute day and night for the Past Grand. of addition to the above case the
WEDDING PRESENTS. year. It is to be remembered that Leon, No. 5.-W. H. Chancey, delegate miniscenses are powerful antidotes jury in tb.3 case of A. Witte and the

CutGlass and Sterling SilverwareW. this vast sum of money Is not paid W. C. Forsythe, alternate. the fictitious literature which carries Savings aaol! Credit Union on theJRfiver THE EASTER RUSH IS OVER !

A. Gahlenbeck, 218 S. Palafoi St. out in large sums, as life insurance' Joppa, No. 6.-C. E. Shackleford, away What. the rich rising treasures generation.of latent accumulations Untervesteral Geesten do
but is paid out in small amounts to delegate; Henry Jeudevine alternate against the Pensacola, St. Andrewsand
"--- ---- ----- relieve distress and .as timely aid ; A. S. Cox, Past Grand. these "pen point? are Gulf Steamship Company

TURTON & BELL during sickness and adversity to Tampa No. 7.-Uoe Simpson,,, flashing Into view through the columns brought in a verdict awarding the We Come to You with the Announcement of
of Journal!
the
Ernest Smith John M. daily
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. ; prevent distress- During the year delegates; plaintiff $100 damages. !
Kodak Supplies. Finishing for Amateurs. : just past mentioned relief was given Henderson -W. J. Bailey John T.I I trust that many profane readers of Municipal Court. New Arrivals in Our Several Departments. i

.. to 134,274 persons so that the aveu Blackman, alternates; W. J. Barclay, the Laney and Anderson lessons have Twenty-eight persons were up before !
pge amount to each person was I(Past Grand. bridled their tongues and Improved in Judge Laney in the municipal !

t R. K. WHITE, $42.00. This vat sum expended in Qlachanics No. 8.-A. G. Model speech. Why continue'swearin'g until court yesterdaY' morning. Of this !

Watchmaker, Manufacturing leweler. and Graduate: small amounts to help so many people Ian delegate; W. F. Hansen, alter" reibuked by a loving wife or c1sedith ; number twenty-five were convictedand 4' Gold Quality Skirts.

Optician.30 S. Palafox Street. Pensecola. Fla. in .the time 'of their !extremity is !'rate J. C. Kief W. H. S'cholls' Pas! '\\ a family of Innocent mutes? I sentence in four cases, after I

very significantand the more so Grand. knew a man to be cured of profanity,. conviction was suspended, pending As the name indicates. they are
-- when it is remembered that Odd 'Plant City; No. 9.-No delegate. as well as the use of tobacco to whichhe [ good behavior. Two cases were continued ., garments of high grade-well made ot

JFeVowshiip! heJps without humiliate May, No. 10.-A. E. Noit delegate. had long teen a slave,by "swearingoff" and one was dismissed.F. ,- vogue materials and fashions! latest
TerselyTold ing and aids its members without in Center No. 11.-. hn G. Torres from the ranks of Satan and accepting Cooney, a white man, was aa'' .-., I models--''best of all, the prices are

any way l destroying. their self r- John W. Blanding, delegates; R the all-wise Ruler of tie Uni judged guilty of contempt and given :?-. reasonable-J5.00 to $ s.oo each.
McClellan J. I. Blake alternates.Gulf I
William Blumer formerly of Pensacoa spect. verse. thirty days. Judge Laney agreed to -
to these millions of No. 12,-E. H. Eubanks delegate I the
: but now residing in Milton spent "In addition No antidotes or substitutes were re I buspend sentence pending good i
dollars paid out for relief In war- R. H. Padgett, alternate. quired. A thousand time better than behavior of the man. The total Fine Batiste.Good
in the city.
yesterday
Iants on lodge treasuren!!', there are Key West No. 13.-W. J. H. Taylor to await some shocking calamity to turn amount of fines assessed was $85 1ri .

Tie officials and employees of the vast sums expended which comes as Chas. H. Ketchum, delegates; W. you right. IDon't wait for a NewYear. and costs. F quality neat designs strictly

cIty' received their regular semi- spontanious gifts from members to H. Malone, R B. Garry, alternate the full moon or more-settled weather. No Suits Filed.Matters -, a washable and desirable cloth. Well,1'N. '

monthly stipends yesterday.The those..in need, and these sums.do not Wildley No. 14.-S. E. Tappan, Prof. Allen is carrying us back in a legal way are quiet : worth 12 tec a yard Our special
find expression. In our: financial ta- delegate. around the clerk's office. No suits .
among the noted' familiesof antebellum I lOc. !
Board of Public Safety will price,
Cuba No. 15.-Antonio D. Car (
remember f
1es. It is also to be have been filed for several days.
meet In regular session tonight at!; order is maintaining homes rasco delegate. days. He suggests an "operatic"entertainment I 2000 yards of a better grade three

7:30: o'clock at the city hall. The I i' that for the the of ,old and indigent BraidentownNo.. 16.-W. U. for charily benefit with //1 inches wider, only 12c. I
care
regular business before the body will and also homes and iLathrop delegate. "Uncle Cal Tippin" for the stage ele "Doan's Ointment cured me of eczema '$1 _ _ _ _
be taken Other matters also:i nembers phant. I will propose adding: a recitation that had annoyed me a long time. I ,
up. may schools for orphan children.. This Be ,Sow, No. .17.-G.. W. Abny. gi'ii ls; I .
if years are io eough to The cure was permanent.---Hon. S. '.'
be considered. part of our be- delegate. my n'g DressLiflen-
important
I I la a most class with this "Old' Boy" Troupe. W. Matthews, Commissioner Labor I
Experience is BUYi' nevolent work and the amount annually Oakland No. 18.-John Rouke,
costl-if
yow The occasional Statistics Augusta.Ie.. We call attention especially to
professor gives us your
this direction can Chas. Berry, delegates.
in
expended(
But in :
store advertis'nrg you may
calls at Cloptonia his'way home our Dress Linen depatrment, where
on-
: William Webster
BORROW be estimated. The tax paying Charity, No. 19.- I
the experience of others, only to Odd Fellowship delegate. from school. i His health continues to ELEGANT LINE MEN'S LOW the best known ?mil most reliable qualities !-
indebted
and interest For public fa Waists.Just
pay no on the loan.
for the care of these old people and Orrando, No. 20.-Frank L. 'HelmsJ. I improve and his avoirdupois weight SHOES JUST RECEIVED BY WATSON .! Royal I await you.
example Almost advertiser will "
: any orphans' many of whom would be H. Cowell, delegates. has reached 200 pounds. He has almost -I PARKER & REESE. THE "Genuine Round Thread Linen" 36
'ell you what mediums: he has found dispensed with-ihe of the kind of Waist inch 50c; 42-inch, 65c; 54-inch 75c; r
supported at public expense if the Magnolia No. 21.-W. W. Watts ---use' spec CELEBRATED RALSTON MAKE.' you
'0 be unprofitable-although'? the neat well-made, tailor72lnch, $1.00 90-inch, $1.35.
order did not provide for them. If delegate. tacles., like; ;
ktnwlege! may have cost him a lot ofmone may take the accepted basis of I Tubula, No. 22.-F. F. Harrison A Mr. Tucker, of 10W, has purchased CIRCUIS! SIGNS ARE ed effects; some open back, Fine sheer Ivnen Lawn 36-inch 25;;,

\. I we five people of each male member I delegate. 10 acres of land near the Brent ORDERED RE-MOVED some open front,some short I 35c 50c 65c and 75c yd.

there are six million people so re Pioneer No. 23.-L. C. Stevens,, church on which he intends to builda sleeves, some long sleeves, _ _ _ _ _ _
Insist on having Blue Ribbon Lemon all newlinjferie materials, -
this order that they can Lewis Leyvraz delegates. home.
lated to Mayor Bliss yesterday ordered
and Vanilla. Absolutely! pure. goes, never become dependent upon public Perdido No. 24.-J. W. Larkins, There will be preaching at the Brent that all circus signs guppended from sizes 32 to 44, prices Novelty Betting, Belts Neckwear
twice other kinds .
the
far and
as as Veils and Veiling just received.
delegate. church next Sabbath the 22 inst
charity. the trolley wires on Palafox and
flavor is perfection.! ,I A vocal solo, well renderej1. by Miss Palmetto, No. 25.-F. C. Shugart,, There are generally a. few vacant other streets be removed. The $1.25 to $8 each. We solicit your business.

Gladden followed Mr. Whites address -. H. F. Scanlon, delegates. seats, which are always free to sin-. mayor states that the law emphatit
Baby won't suffer five minutes with. after which the Grand Lodge I Satsuma Heights No. 26H.' Chal- ners. ally prohibits the hanging of signsin -

croup if you apply Dr. Thomas' Eclec- went into executive S3sion.!! finch delegate; R. A. Ring, alter THOS. ld UU.JAN. or on the streets.DRUGGISTS Watson Parker & Reese Co.
trlc Oil at once.. It acts like magic. Grand.Lodge-Session. nate. ,

Grand Master Binkley' called the Sanford, No. 27.-W. S. Baldwin
WATSON. PARKER & REES HAVE I Phone 193. Succesoors to Green & Watson.
Grand Lbdge to, order. The roll delegate; J. H. Ferguson alternate. ---- =- MUST BE.CHARY.. .
JUST RECEIVED A LARGE SHIP Hawthorn No. 28.-Thos. J. Har. ,,,,
I call, showed all Grand Officers present =!!' =&d-, """' -=-,,", """'" B
e ---
MENT OF CELEBRATED!! BUDD'S I except the late lamented Grand,.. onond Delegate; W. H. Berkstresser,p Brain Works They Sell All Kinds Of Hair Prepara- -__._- _. -- -_.. -- ------ -
SHOES AND SLIPPERS FOR CHIL Herald1! George D. Pearce, who expir. alternate. tions, and Fear to Discriminate.

DREN. Eel during the year. Sumipter, No. 29.-Not represented. Clear' and Clean Druggists sell all kinds of hair ---
No. 30.-B. L. Baldwin,
appointed Atlantic
Fredrickson was
Charles preparations, and as a rule they are
DON'T PUT OFF to fill the office temporarily.C. delegate. wisely chary of giving preference to Paint Your House This
for No. 31.-Gaullermc I Spring.
tomorrow what you can da today. E. Shackleford was on motion Progress any particular one, but many of
li you off bottle of Bal- for Mosona, delegate.
put buying a cppointed! press representative
them have come out plainly for Newlii'o's '
lard's Snow Un'.ment: when Suwannee, No. 32.-Chas. C. Mos' i.IiapeIa
that pain the Grand Lodge. Nuts"THERE'S Herpicide, the new treatmentthat Makes the house look better and certainly adds to its I'.fo.:
romes! you won't haVe any, buy a bot. Committees Named. tin delegate.
kills the o'andruft makes ,
I absolutely Stag Paint, semi-paste, one gallon two $1.75:
Tie today. A positive cure for Rheu- committee? were Yellow Pine, No. 33.-Geo. E
following : '
The
germ. H. Swanell & Son Champaign Patton's Sunproof Paint ready-mixed, $1.50; Painter.-
matism. Burns, .Cuts Sprains Contracted -i appointed by the Grand Masters Crannel, delegate. No. 34.-Willis A REASON." Ill., says: "One customer of I Brushes best bristle, 15 cents to 200. Full line Build
Mucles. etc. T. S. Graham; Distrilbution: -John' A. Preston-' Tarpon Springs, our who did not have a hair on top! ers' Hardware. Let us bid on estmate.!
Prairie Grove, Ark., writes; i I l'I G.. W. H. Chaney, A. A. ellsen. Castaing; delegate; H. J. Smith,. al- Get "The Road to Wellville" in of his head when he began to use

"I wish to thank you for the good:, Judiciary--C. D. Rinehart, J. B. ternate. pk'gs. Werpicide now has a fair start towards
results I received from Snow Lin-! '-Conrad. P. G., A. H.. Padgett. Orange, No. 35J. B. Carter, G. a good head of hair. We be- Saunders Mill Company
ment. It :I 'Trios. C. Watson, W. Anderson, delegates; W. A. Hols VP ,
positively cured me of Rhen-; Legislation I Blienla Herpicide: to be by far the
matism after others had failed. Sold Chas. Fredrickson. H. 'I!. Dryer. hoiasejv' Geo. Boyer, alternate. best preparation of its kind on the Phone 717. 21 East Garden Street. ,
I
by all druggists. I, 'iS bordnate! Returns-J. M. Bland I Fernandina No. 36.-.900. E. Willis Hundreds of similar testi-
I \ R. P. Boo1' delegates! ; ; R H. market. _...."""" ................., --.'
.. alternate. monials from everywVre.: For sale 'IiCI.1
--- --- Jones- Juion. No. 37.-L. M. Rhodes, by W. A. D'Aleiriberte, druggist and --_ __ _,n ___ =--=-::: .
a'pothecary 121 Eouth Palafox street
Every mother feels a delegate. RSTS or send lOc in stamps to The Herpi REVIVAL IS GROWING !
great dread pf ,the, pain Prospect, No. 38.-''Not repre dde Co., Detroit, Mich. IN INTEREST DAILY
B'
b M.I ne and 'attendant sen ed. DIE I The 19G8 Model!
g danger upon Phoenix, No. 30.: -A. G. Anderson, --- --- -- -'-' Great interest is bein'g manifestedin
the most critical' periodof delegate, E. H. Dickey; alternate. When they eat the revival services which are be- Remington"Sholes

her life. Becoming Hendrix No. 40.-J. W. Bell dele Stsams' Electric ing conducted at the Palafox Street -

a mother ,should be, a curce of joy to all, but the' &suffering, and gate.Amity Rat and Roach Paste Mehodist church. Large congrega-

danger: incident to the ordeal makes its anticipation one of misery.Mother's .- No. 41.-0..0. Owens delegate -- The part;" drIves them ant of the bodoe and tions are in attendance, Rev. J. Bar,
W. R. Bair! alternate. J dries up their bodies leaving no odor. It Is a
; 'n-
Friend the I gore exterminator oi mice. ater bags,croton ney Butler being an earnest and
is the only remedy whjch relieves women of great Three Chums, No. 42.-L. A. Dun- (bugf.eortnwchea and all vermin. speaker. Although the services with its new billing attachments
pun: and this hour which is dreaded as 'Yoman's tOO Ueward ftrd for any rat or roachpoison teresting (
danger : Cummings, and
maternity: ; ; canY.. H. delegates. that equate Ktearu'ClcclrlePiut!: *. Sold thus far have been mainly at- instantly interchangeable car-
severest trial is not only made painless but all tEe danger is avoidedby Lake Worth, No. ..J.-Mas: L'rkindelegate. : every price.*here S,91.or aent"ox br 2>expreu<.( 16 01.prepaid b.z Sl.OO.on receiptof t tended by the members of the church, riages, tabulator and two color

its use. Those who use this remedy are no longer despondent or STEUMS'ElECTRIC PASTE to.,Cblca.&DID.U.S.l the public is cordially invited to at- ribbon movement, is the most complete -
Dallas! No. 44.-R. S. Wilson,, combined
Pot ,
I services at 10 and
gloomy; nervousness!. nausea and other 'distressing cpnditions are delegate. tend the daily a. m.

overcome, the s"stem'is made. ready for the cOP1ing'event,, and the Bradford, No. 43.: -W. D. Holden, 7:30: p. m. 11! Billing andCorrespondence

ferious accidents so mmon to the critical delegate.The WHY

hOur are obviated by the use of Mother's\ program as compiled by the Check for Firemen. have a torpid liver! when Herbine, the
The firemen of Hose< Company No.
FrIend. local committee wg adopted as the
"It is worth its weight in gold, Mo'iher's official program of the Grand Lodge. 2. were agreeably surprised this only liver regulator will help you? machine manufactured. Designedas

a"s: many who have used it. $1.00 per The following Past Grand Mastersare niorning when Capt. Hays. of the 'There is no reason why you should it was for fast service, built for
bottle suffer from Dyspepsia, Constipation,, hard use, recommended by
at drug stores. Book containing in attendance: George S. Hall Warren Fish Co. presented Chief experts
valuable information of interest to all women, will mark. B. L. Baldwin, John A. Preston Bicker with hs: personal check for Chills and Fever or any liver complaints -i and guaranteed against wear, it is
the There is shelf room in when Heroine will cure foa.! offered as the idealTypevlriler
be distributed more
sent to address free to frl-end Thomas W. Ralph, John B. Con- $25 to be among
any upon application firemen of that company for their F. C. Waite, WestvUle Fla.. writes: ;
EllAD,1CW REGULATOR GUlp, Atlanta Oa.r rad.Njght sessions were held at which excellent service at the recent fire. an AUTOMATIC Refrigerator "I was sick for a month with chins:

the degrea work was exemplified. I than in any other ice box arid/ fever and after taking two bottles "
II GOOD JUDGMENTis of Herbine am well and healthy. for the most work in
"""- I producing good
!! :
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--- 7 r the essential characteristic of men made. just Sold by the shortest time with the least effort.

Regulates the bowels promotes easy. and women. Invaluable to good business that have made Write today for full descriPtion.
natural movements cures constipation : the points LOW
ELEGANT LINE MEN'S
men and necessary to house- Local Agents wanted for
r Eastman Kodaks and Supplies.' -Doaa's Re'gulets.Sk :your drug' wives. A woman shows good judgment the AUTOMATIC what it is SHOES JUST RECEIVED BY WATSON unoccupied territory.
box.
them.
gist for: 25 cents a
: when she buys White's Cream leader of leaders PARKER & REESE. THE THE ARITHMOCRAPH CO.
her !baby. The best to-day-the ,
for
We wish to call attention to our line of Kodaks, films, ., Vermifuge CELEBRATED RALSTON MAKE. j MaJosticBIdg., Chicago
offered to moth-
Attention Retail Clerks worm medicine ever
card mounts etc. New and fresh materIal-prices the
'
Regular meeting Local No. 259 at. ers. Many Indeed are the sensible
least they can be sold: forCQe' : I their hall 6:15 ths: evening. All nemI mothers who .write expressing their WHEN YOU WANT A SHIRT G"> 204 West Bay Street ,.

t I bers earnestly requested. to at.end.I gratitude for the good health of their TO WATSON PARKER & REESE.AS JACKSONVILLE FLA.

:Bookstore.Plto" Business of importance. children, which they owe to the use of GERSON'S THEY HAVE THE BEST THAT -. .
---- ---- ----
I KLVG.financial. White's Cream Vermifuge. Sold by MONEY CAN BUY FOR'50c, 75c AND -- 1' .
,. F. I '
235.. 213 South aIax. IItr..'. P...... B.! Sec., all druggist?. $1.00. Subscribe to The JouruL ,.

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'.a.CE.-CUl'f.' THE PENSACOUA JOURN, W.ttUESDAY MORNING. .APFUL18, 1906

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T I I community, like the Patriarchs of old! I,


'iJbt ImJlfoa! Jonfnal among Goats consists occupying the largely live stock of a, flocks prominent and seem and herds.to place be 1 I i'- : J1 I II: A GREAT RAZOR SALETHIS


prolific and profitable. It requires but .
little to keep them they are easily MAIL

: manged, Jogs do not molest them, as L WEEK ORDERS
,.. ,
{ DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. I ... "
Yr' they do sheep,and the flesh of the.kl.1. J ONLY =_ FILLED
is esteemed here a great delicacy. .
I
PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY The teachers of Ferry Pass school PEIrT STORE

...BY.. expect to attend the Teachers' Institute 97c 97c
f
1> to be held next Friday and Saturday ,
ti It is right move 2.50< AND $3.00 'IMPORTED RAZORS 97c.
at Muscogee. a .
THE JOURNAL COMPANY. 10th ANNIVERSARY SALE SPECIALS
in the right direct'on! and all school I Fuji Hollow Ground Set Ready For Use.

e i people should give It their hearty sup.i -i WEDNESDAY 9 A. M.] 1,000 Fine Imported Travelers. Sample Razors will be placed! on
FRANK port sale at $Tc each. These razors are from one of the leading tmpon
L.
4 MAYES President and General' Manager., I Miss Sissy Beal was,. the.guest last I Beautiful Parlor ers of razors in the United States. They are all high-grade saapi:
week of her sister. Mrs. Dud Hoyt. Opal Lamps, We secured the entire stock at a ridiculous figure. The assorting

; MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. The range cattle ''begin to show the 25c, Complete. '_ comprises all the well known makes, including: the "Wade & Bp:i :
effect of a plentiful diet of grass and Always Sold for $1.25. er," "Brandt" "Rogers Wostenaolm" Pipe Razor, "X-L-X-T.:' and D ,
-. young buds. popular brands of all the famous makers. In fact we have 'Been: -. '
SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mr. Leg';et has erected a substantIal' 11 A. M. ing the same identical razor as high as $2.50 and $3.00 each F., "
shed over the graves of his loved. ones I razor is guaranteed perfect and set ready for use. Any razor .
-r One Year.................|5 00 One Month. ....... ........ 45 at the Whitmire cemetery. Special-Persian Ribbon Sale ; that does not gave; perfect satisfaction can be exchanged. Specia! :
Six Mouths............... 3 50 One 'V ek................. 10 Messrs. Rutherford and Davis! are tention will be given to mail orders and razors carefully selw',"
Three, Months,.... ....... 125 Weekly Edition per yearl OCTha at work on Mr. Sanders' new house.It 15c Yard. BARBERS and OUR CUSTOMERS should take advantage of tit :

will soon be ready for occupancy.Mr. Values'Up to Si.26. m great sale as these are certainly high-grade goods.
K. L. Jones! has done considerable t
> Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed fencing around his place this 3P.M. WE WILL ALSO PLACE ON SALE

Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. spring. He is feeding a fine bunch of Extra-Large; Leather Wrist Bags i TTI 1,000 of the Famous "randt Self Honing Razor: Strop. Ta:i<"-
beef cattle in a lot near his home in, I strops are sold and advertised everywhere at $2.00. Our price
which there is an abundance of running 25-cents. 97c each.

.1 ', Offices,108 and 110 East Papers on Saleon Trains water. The cattle look well Worth 75c and 100. The Brandt Self Honing Razor Strop is the best on -,
Government. Phone 38. I Those owning sheep in.the com t. market today. The only razor strop in the world that ht1I.i _
*t and at all Newsstands.PENSACOLA munity have been troubled: by logs 4 P. .
M. and strops jour razor at the same time and enables you to :

!' getting into their flocks and killing "Near Cut" Crumped I Cream and Orange Bowls tain an edge which only an experienced barber can give. T';
iff 'I some of their finest sheep.lne of Brandt Honing Razor Strop will put a keener edge on a ;.> o
: FLORIDA WEDNESDAY MORNING. APRIL: 18. 1906 the dogs has been killed and guns 25 cents. with\ fewer strokes than any other razor strop. Your !ta;Ln: ;:
i are "lying low" for others suspected.Mr Wonderful Imitation, Worth $1.25. wen show ,and your face will feel the difference at once. c(; :?
i Geo.,H. Whitmire ;tn employee anteed never to become hard or glossy.
; The. Distribution desire to sell The goods which ean "of the L. & N. railroad, spent Sunday
'
of ..,. cot be :profitably advertised cannot with his sister Mrs. W. H.WJonea. "WATCH KRSSS' WINDOWS" Hooton's Pharmacy
Immigrants. be profitably carried. Mr. and :Mrs. Albert Gates who ,

rd .:Notwithstanding the fact that the since their marriage have resided In Corner Palafox and( Romana Sts.
south needs immigrants, and offers the Job said "The ear trieth words as the vicinity of the Tar Plant' expectto .
remove to the Ferry Pass neigh- Birthplace of Prompt Delivery
' mos attractive inducements to setthe palate tasteth meat. :And in :
borhood. Mrs. Gates will join his L. C. SMITH & BROS.
tIers of any section of the country, these days of printing, and of adver brother-in-law Mr. Jim Thomas in Phone 1100 PENSACOLA, FLA.

the tide of immigration continues to Using, the word "eye" may be substituted farming. VISIBLE -""' -
I TYPEWRITERS
: seek entrance to the country through for "ear.

.y,; the northern seaports instead of You can make an egg stand on II Machines Sold, rentedor exchanged -=

through Gulf ports from which they ll ESCAMBI4 I See or write
it NEW
end you spend enough time in the METHOD LAUNDRY
3
could be distributed to the sections
effort; and you can get results from L S
BROWN
s where they are so badly needed. Pensacola, f la.f .
a advertising medium with
poor
Special to Tne Journal.
The arrival of numbers PHON1186 E W LAWRENCE. Prop No. 8 WEST R'JI\UU\ !
recent large ,
about as much 'profit as would attend Escambia April 17. ,Mr. J. N. .; "'- -
of immigrants at New York has the egg experiment Crumbley is on the sick list. *******i- f# H mH .
'brought the subject of their distribu Mrs. Jack Southerlaaa;! was shopping -

tion up again. The Bimingham AgeIf your store-ads. are interesting in Pensacola Tuesday I DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY, I Political Announcements
Mrs. W. Wolfe of Pensacola
x 'Herald of yesterday contained the fol- enough to cause the readers of this visiting friends here a few days, was last CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES BRONZ3E I ------......--..... ...... "'" ....- -
lowing article in reference to the matter 'paper to look for them-to turn overthe week.ilrs..

: pages and hunt for them-the/ George Gridler spent Sunday i STERLING SILVERWARE, i The rates for RATES.political announcements -I I, For Justice Peace, District No._ .2._

Nine ships landed in New York last are effective enough to draw thesesame with friends in Pensacola. ART POTTERY, OPTICAL GOODS ; not exceeding 8 lines, to run!I I hereby announce mc,\\z>\.uu '
:Mrs. John Thomas' 'I for the of Justice of ,.
with and was ths guest office 11't'J '
Sunday 11,839 immigrants till
the
people to your' store. And ad- primary of May J5 are as follows
eight big ships were expected to bring of Mrs. Crumbley last Friday. = CUT GLASSWARE. : for the Second District of Fat; :: J
readers are, always, the best buyers"Nothing Mattie, the five old child i County, subject to the '.
in What year ofMr. Dens c;\
as many more yesterday. The Daily Journal. .......... .JIO.OQ
the and Mrs. Raines who for the Primary to be held May 15th;) 1It I in I ."
prospects are for today has not The Weekly Journal. . .. .. .. 5-00
] is achieved before it be (past week has ben ill with L. NICH
been stated, but if an equal number of very i Engraving and Fine Stat These rates are strictly cash in advance Lah\
shIps< come in today this tide will thoroughly attempted;" and no store .:pneumonia, is slowly improving. ol1ery.i and no announcement will be -
be equivalent in numbers to the land. bas yet set a permanent highwaterraark .cola:Mrs. J. N Crumbley was In Pensa inserted or run under any other con I hereby announce my raid: : I le'vfor ,
ing of an Anniston on Sunday, a Monday last. ditions. the office of Justice of tho j Pf : of trade for itself until it has
[Mr. H.
Fleming our efficient store for the Second
District: of
E
rllmtJ
a
Huntsville on Monday, and a Selma i Mail Orders
also set clerk has moved his RcccIrompt Attention. '
a permanent highwatermark family from County subject to the Dmorat; ::
today.
A This great tide of homeseekers of advertising for itself. Robert here. We' are glad to have For the State Senate. Primary to be held May I5t'i! }1tii.! ; ;,

would be all right if it could be turned this pleasant family in our village. C. L. SHINE:
Mr. John Cameron of John S. Beard candidate for thenomnatfon
Pensacola i a
The Court of Alabama
where is Supreme) 0
sections it needed. One
to E.
i made a business trip here Wednes Zadek Jewelry Co. : to the State Senate in the
of Sunday's ships that put into New held in the case of Montgomery vs day. Democratic primary called to be teld i I hereby anounce myself a caudate :),I:
rYork. had on board t58 immigrants to Kelly, that requiring the payment of Mr. and Mrs. f MOBILE ALA for th? office of Jus; :u t' <.t :!\ >
Albert
Gates May
be landed in of Gull : 15th together with other speakers Peace for District No. 2, bit; .', r' ; >
Baltimore, and yesterday( Point, made a brief call friendshere WSWiM I'i'J will address the of Es-
a license fee under penalty of a merChant ,on m fi- people the action of theDemocrats P.naryMay
that ship sailed to that port. This : !!
last .
Monoay.Mr. cambia county the political Issues -
who, having already paid a 11 1 upon 15th.
points to the true remedy. Let the and Mrs. E. Padgett were ?jn of the. day. at_ the followinz__ .,, _1
, immigrants be distributed properly by cease tax upon his business, issued Fensacola last Friday. times and places: ., .n J. D---Mi;_\;.?-
f landing at the ports nearest districts trading stamps in connection therewith Owing to sickness in the NNIN1 I Roberts
# commun- Monday night, April 16. For_County Commissioner Dist.. No, 3.
that need them. This would be better was an attempt under theguise tty the ice cream supper that was to Century, Tuesday night April 17-
than head taxes j>r educational have been given last Saturday night : I hereby announce my candlJar. ;ur
t of A license tax'to fix a penalty Pensacola (Eseamfra Hotel),
upon
,!' qualifications! Better. still it would !be iu the Interest of the }f. )a church ---.l day night April 19. re-election to the office of coucn" M,;
,::t: him for conducting his business in Linoleumof ThUS.1
.11m .
if all' from
immigrants Southern was postponed indefinitely, Molino, Friday night April missioner from District Xo. 3, s>u "
' Eurdpe were ordered to land at South certain way. and was unconstitutional iMrs. Orr and children of Birmingham Bluff: Springs Saturday, day ,. to the action of the Democratic i r '
Atlantic or Gulf ports while those and void. are the guests of :Mrs. Thompson. April 21. mary of May 15.

1m from North Atlantic Europe are landed at I F the.Kitchen, For the Office For the Store. i Iuscogee.Ionda)' night, April 13.McKinnonsvjlle I, J. M. ANDREW', >i
North ports. The control Is The baseball face will soon be in t Tuesday, day time! i
: vested in the general government evidence Mrs. Allen to Run Excursion. April 24.Brent's. I hereby announce my caml', ,. .,'
a'gin. .
m This country can readily assimilate CATS Allen will"- run an excursion to Easy to keep clean wash and scrub it all you like. We i Thursday night! April 26. for County Commissioner from :. ,
a million immigrants a year if they Ferry Pass on May 5. Watch ad : sell WIlds Linoleums, which practically: never wears ; Myrtle Grove: Friday nfght April trict No. 3, subject to the aco: :'
f,1 are properly distributed al.." our later. out Laid Free. 27. .. I the Democratic Primary of M.r!
t-j, long coast line. Unwise distribution DELTA I W. A, SHL1\ !\)
I Ferry Pass Saturday. day time May
works all the harm of immigration. H II HOSIERY! HOSIERY! HOSIERY i i 5th.

: The southern cotton fields suffer because LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE China and Jap Mattings.more Millview Thursday night, :May 3. For County Commissioner, Dist. :No' :;. i,

r1: while the congested northern Special to The Journal. LINE OF MEN'S HOSIERY TO BE McDavld, Friday: night, May 4.Nix's I hereby announce Candida '''r '
: cities complain bitterly against the Delta, April 17.-The recent showers FOUND AT WATSON PARKER & : my :
beautiful patterns ,than before. Precinct. Tuesday night May the officj of ..'. ":
ever Won't call s reelection to coo
: influx of newcomers. It is fully demonstrated have been very beneficial to REESE'S DEPARTMENT STORE, AT you .
and them? 8tb
see Let us furnish enough for the missioner from District: No 3, -u
dining
; that the Italian farmer growing crops. Cane and corn beginsto PRICES THAT WILL INDUCE YOU room, setting room bed Beulah, Thursday night, May 10. to ',
or room-20, 25, 30 and 35 cents, 2 the action of the Democrat < i' '
could profitably make cotton. It is, show up well and but'a short time TO BUY. Laid Free. Pensacola (Seville
Square) Friday of
I .1 15.
mary May
in fact his best opportunity. The will elapse before vegetables are plen night, May 11.PineBarren. .. ;
J. R. STDRi>
N climate: Is his own and all other conditions tiful. WATSON, PARKER' & REESE HAVE i ':
Window _
_
Shades made to Saturday
order size i night, May 0 :!
any you wish.
: are favorable. But the government Mr. Ed Jones and his brother-in-law, JUST RECEIVED: A LARGE SHIPMENT Free Hung 15. I t
I IFor For Commissioner Distr-ct
i County
t: persists in landing! him in New Mr. Marvin Merritt, have been busily OF CELEBRATED BUDD'S
No. 4.
,r.b York when he should! be landed at engaged borin'g wells in Pensacola SHOES AND SLIPPEPttS' FOR CHIL I IMARSTON"
New Orleans where plenty of return during the past week. DREN. the Legislature. The friena's: of W. P. Biown-'

t'M freight is available. The Dillingham I The Misses Parazene and brothers, I QUINA i I am a candidate for representative : hereby announce him as a ranc!!: : e
: bill now before the senate, does con-;; Miss Dora Clark and brothers, andI GET A PANAMA $3.00 $7.50 AND I: in the lower house of the state I I for the office of County Comm' .' ,:'
p tin some provisions relating to disMisses! Nlnnon and Escambia Jonestrlbutlon. $10.00 AT STANDARD CLOTHING legislature, subject to the action of er from District No. 4. subject to ,''i'

but none of them go far),were among the guests at an Easter;:; COMPANY. I 108/110 S. Palafox St. Phone 148. Pensacola Fla. i the Democratic primary.. of May 15; action of the Democratic Prima: nt(
I enough, and no bill will meet the party given problem fully and squarely and solve, Merritt at their home near Olive Sat- ELEGANT LINE MEN'S LOW 4 NNM..e.NNN.NN11NN11N.NNNNNNNII.i all democrats. =
it until all immigrants from Southern urday evening. SHOES JUST RECEIVED BY WAT. J. E. LONG. For Tax Collector

,.&t Europe are landed at Gulf ports.| Mr. Henry Jones is again in Pe n'r SON, PARKER & REESE. THE -
Landed in New York they are out of sacola under treatment. !He was CELEBRATED RALSTON: MAKE. I am a candidate:: for member the I hereoy announce myself a candidate :.I-

up reach. The cotton fields are as far, thought convalescent and returned to : lower house in the state legislaturefrom for re-election to the offic .r'
away in travel and cost as their old his home, but the old symptoms reappearing Escacubia county in the Democratic Tax Collector for Escambia coos:t ,
i homes in Europe. he had to go back to Fen- NNNNIn. ................: primary of May 15, and will appreciate at the primary to be held on M../ !',

sacola to be near his attending phys I ALL HANDS POINT TO IT the support of all Democrats. 1906. I solicit your \c-te.

Y: Now that Carnegie has been publiNclans.I .At last accounts' he was im FSMellen&GolHandle j CHAS. M. COSTON.I Respectfully J., S. ROBER13

Jy kissed he may be reasonably ex Mr. David Jannison. late of hereiby announce myself as a -

petted to run for congress, a la Hob- cola, with his family now occupy th eT candidate for the lower house; of the At the solicitation of friends. I.- r'.-
d son. Reis cottage, formally the home of _Nothing f Florida legislature subject to the actIon by announce myself a canti'.du' "]
Mr. and :Mrs Jodie Creighton Mr. of the Democratic primary oa the office of Tax Collector !suhj.it' ) ''I

and Mrs Creighton now reside in the Butt : May 15th. GBO. T. MORGAN. the action of the Democratic riun! :

1P Opinions of house lately vacated /toy Mrs. Pericoli, May 15. 1906.NEILS .
in the Olive neighborhood THE VERY BEST I I :: I am a candidate for member of the McKENZIE OERTINT:

Great Advertisers. Mr..J, A. ?MoKinnon principal th eT House of Representatives from Es- --

tt Ferry Pass school, has become: a zealous of T cambia county, subject to the Demo- For County Treasurer. __
'The Fox (knowing the force of J cratic Primary. I earnestly solicit:
disciple Isaac
of Walton. Every I will be a candidate In th'm; >-
? publicity) "barks not !when he would Saturday he may be found on the i Everything.Clean i the support of the voters of the coun cratic primary of May 15 for r< i.' ::' I,
y teal the lamb." And in these days banks of the Escambia :river ty. JERRY J. SULLIVAN, JR. nation to the office of county tr"c.ur.

tny business venture which forthe finny tribe. 'He reports spo r J er. The support of all democ'atb: ;*' i
fights U :
WhitoRockIe" To the Democratic Voters
excellent_ catch good,. anticipatecatch of Escam- be appreciated.
shy of advertising Is
open to natural better, Z bia County:
heavy clipped White J. ED. WILLIAMSI
euaplcion. There'was a meeting at the Knightsof I Oats. At the request of many friends

<< Labor' hall Friday night of last : No 2 White Corn, pure Bran i from the; country and from the city I hereby announce myself a ca-, .
"Realms; are households which the week to make final arrangements for : and Shorts Lithia I i WaterAs hereby announce my candidacy lorI date for the office of County T < .i.

great must guide;" and "big stores" the annual picnic of the order -to be Chick Feed consisting of 20 '"BI I'Representative In the legislature at urer subject to the action of The Locratiq :,,'
;} must have at their heads BIG MEN given May' 5th. Considerable enthusiasm : articles for the rapid and .. a delicious and healthful the sess'on: 1907 subject to the actionof Primary.

who "think In big figures, who do is, manifested among the members healthy growth of the newly : for the table the Democratic primary, May 15th, THOS. F. WRl( IlTt)\
and every effort will be rna4e-to hatched. beverage 1906, and I earnestly solicit the support -
,; bif. things (like advertising) in bigtrays. of the Democracy of Escambia
:, '' insure the success of the affair. Wheat and Mixed Feed for and as a perfect blender with Board Public Instruction. _
county. -f
The Ferry Pass school made a fine 4 the hen. I
4 -- -- record last month. The attendancewas T Condition all manner of good things to I favor l liberal\ pensions for Confed I will 'be a. candidate for mui.b*>:.

1 The shopper who has read your 85 per cent of the enrollment. The cow and poultry Powders for horse. drink, it is the effervescing erate soldiers and their widows. ship in the Board of Public in-:.:Jtion ::-

advertisement before starting for interest of all concerned seems 'to in- Conkey's Celebrated Poultry ge,' 'water incomparable. -'raI Uniform school terms giving the from District No. 1, in tr... f-

your store will have "put' money in creaser as the time draws near for the Remedies, cure, cholera i country public schools the same mary election.
roupe _
'" her purse" ample for the purchases close of the term, and the daily ,ave> :1 cure gape cure and lice killer.If length term as the city schools.A WM. E. ANDERSON"I : ,
age 1 is excellent. I The Lewis Bear Co. uniform: school book law, and
live
the has planned; while she who you in town telephone
''Mr. : free books for the of all 'l"
and Mrs. Charles Parazenewere pupil. ? public will be a candidate for mea:
merely "drops in" will see many guests over. Sunday of Mrs. Par- iUS. neighboring Z Distributers schools. ship in the Board of Public In-rri .
-g
things ahe would like to have, but azene's, sister. Mrs: George HoyJ at us.' towns write : An efficient Jaw for the equal'zatioaof tion from District No 2, m the 1 I'*.'

will buy according to her purse. Pensacola. Their little son Herman,, i ; PENS OLA, FLA. taxes. mary election.
-'--- -- accompanied them. I Good roads specially. H. G DeSlLY.-\
"Retding J8 seeing by proxy;" and Miss Bessie Johnson who has been -ei Tours respectfully

tad reader of your advertisement spending the winter with her sister, F. S. M. JACOBY.For I will be a candidate for mer.r.: : .
eta your store as it is printed on Mrs. Dud Hon and attending the,Ferry MELLEN & CO..j f i I ship In the Board of Public Instrw. '--

1 the, printed Pass school has returned to her County Tax Assessor. from District No. 3, In the p-!iIdr:
pace.Storepublicity home at Brent. Miss Johnson made I Hunt 334.pEnS3t013 :i!. Ti: election.

1B Is flash li many friends in,the neighborhood durIng I will be a candidate for re-nomina W. M. AGERTOS:
fght
which a her stay all of whom regret I to ; Fla. lion to the1 office of County Tax Assessor
should be thrown upon every see her leave. i i ,' in the Vel11ocratlc:;Primary of May GET A PANAMA, $5.00, $7.50 AN7

: tine of, goods In your'store which you : The wealth of .Ihe- farmers- of this :.................111NNN < .1$. i respectfully ask. ; your suPPort.W. $10.00 AT STANDARD CLOTHIN\
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THE PEN SAC 0 J..A JOURNAL WEDNESDAY
MORNING, APRILIB I ; 1'9,06' PAGE FIVE

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; PEOPLE and EVENTS.a 1ro.'VWi,j d1 ,

\\f. I AND CONSIDER THE
.: Special to 1 tie Journal.
r. Seen, Heard and Done AmongThose Who Go Come and #;:3"' Apalachicola Dla.! April 16.-The
; ..-'- acn.t "Tuna" is in port. ALLIMPORTANTFACT '

I Tarry & Women and ,Society, Here and Elsewhere. I, idly shop The,Hearing foundry building completion.and for: iron tne works new machine is rap. J


Big Specials for a Few Days I : Mile plant ot tae People Ice Co.;

Br E. NELUE:BECK. Teleplton'. 669. s' f will be ready; 'operation in a very;;;
I 'bflort time.A -
18 Ibs Granulated. Sugar SI I II I large load! of mains for the

- water works system arrived Jfriday. ; 4',
-GONE TO ATTEND A 13 Ibs Fancy Head Rice $1 II || ,The contract has been let lor laying ,
[Journal's I teem and work on the same has be-
ROMANTIC WEDDING IN THE ;
Daily Fashion
LAND OF MIDNIGHT SUN. FeattlJ1C.- I 9 lbs Good Rio Coffee $1 'I gun.The That in addressing Mrs. Pinkham you
I steamer Gertrude resumedher are confiding ills to
your private a womana ,.
Anna Carlen. of Sunnybank
Miss. schedule Friday after having woman whose experience with ,
We wo- '
GamPrfi: Bayou, was in the city yes. ., I have'Just received afresh been repaired.The men's diseases covers twenty-five
,.." on route to Sweden, where .'. barrel of years. sl
j "ay I Queen local military company is The present Mrs. Pinkham is the
*nc goes to be present at the marriagH ;,.: r 'Olives, at SOc quart putting in a lot ,of time at target daughter-in-law of Lydia E. Pinkham
or one of her sisters : "tf': praCti<;e. and for many years under her direction,
'!'j.e, part of Sweden In which Miss :"f Mr. J. F. Buck Is enlarging his and since her deceaseher advice has been ,
tar en's people live, is in the almost ..s. ., building on Market street and it will freely given to sick women.

extreme north and during the summer < be used as a hotel by Mrs. Jeter, Many women suffer in silence and drift along
time the sun does not set there, ROSENAU&GERELDS, The Florida corporation is laying from bad to worse, knowing full well that they
ha! shines at midnight as well as w. y i off an audition to Apalachicola lots ought to have immediate assistance,but a hatural ,y
noon. ,. t The Fancy'Grocers, "for which are offered for sale at modesty impels them to shrink from exposing them rte ,
the intention, Miss Carlen .' selves to the questions and *
it is says, Phone 391. Pensacola. Very reasonable figures. probable examinationsof -*
to have a "midnight" marriage, thoughthe -;' even their family physician. It is unnecessary.
ceremony will be performed while Without money or price you can consult a woman ;
:he sum is still shining. Miss Carlen h SYRUP fACTORY whose knowledge from actual experience is great 'a7 y

will return in September d -- -, Mrs. Pinkham's Standing Invitation: '
-+- '
fOR GRAND RIDGE Women suffering from any form of female weak- x/
CUPPER AND DANCE AT GRANDBALL ness are invited to promptly communicate with Mrs. >;
THE COUNTRY CLUB FOR Pinkham at Lynn. Mass. AU letters are received,
THE YOUNGER SET. read and answered by women only. A /f
Mrs. J. Storm McGaughey enter. j NEW PLANT WILL PROBABLY BE, woman can freely talk of her private illness to a J"opened .
tained the younger set last evening C. K., of A. Hall woman; thus has been established the eternal I
ERECTED TO HANDLE NEXT .
confidence between Mrs.Pinkham and the
with a charmingly informal supper women r
and dance at the Country Club for SEASONS CROP. ] of America which has never been broken. Out .. U
Mr Campbell Keyser and slate Iti II IIf Wednesday, April l18 of the vast volume of experience which she h f-"
Miss! Nellie Keyser, and their guests I 1 hasto draw from, it is more than possible ,
Mr John Briton and :Miss Kibby of Barri Orchestra i that she has gained the very knowledge i
Washington, and 'Miss -Hunter of ) Special to The Journal. that will help your case. She asks nothing J .' 'If. ,r fi
Chicago. : ADMISSION :25 CENTS Grand Ridge, April 17.-Notwithstanding -', in return except your good-will, and fi V. .
The party went down on the six rn the late season our farmers her advice has relieved thousands Surely II 1
o'clock car and sujpper was servedon I are well along with tneir planting.The ., any woman rich or poor, is very foolish if I /
will she does not take advantage of this generous -
Gohassette Syrup Company ,
the gallery Immediately after offer of E. Pink. ,
their: usual of : cane i assistauce.-Lydia ,
.r
they arrived an4 was followed by a Ir have amount sugar 1
ham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass. //
dance till ten, all returning to the decoration. Let; everybody who can, this season, or about one hundred
city at 10:30. bring or send all the flowers they acres with another hundred of corn,' I

-+- will to the monument by one o'clock oats and melons. Seed cane as a gen, Following we publish two let. "As you know,I wrote you that my doctor
PLEASANT SENDOFFFOR I 4 tomorrow.Mr. eral thing came out of the pits in! ters from a woman who accep said I must have an operation or I could nc,t
PALMES KELLY. rHi good order. I ted this invitation. Note the live I then wrote you, telling you my ail
G. B. MoGill received a tele- Another factory, similar to result: ments. I followed your advice and am en-
Twenty-five young friends called jH syrup tirely well I can walk miles without an
gram yesterday stating that his sis-
at the residence of Mr. and Mrs-A. ter-in-law Mrs. R Collins of the Cohassett is projected for next I First letter. ache or a pain! and I owe my life to you and
S Kelly :Monday evening to 8&1gOod'bye J '. Apalachicola season, and sufficient cane is now: Dear Mrs.: Pinkham to Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.I .
who is in a hospital in Cincinnati planted for next season's larger plant- "For eight years I have suffered something wish every suffering woman would read
to their
son Palmes who had successfully undergonean I terrible every month. The pains are excruciating : this testimonial and realize the value of writ
This town and section nas tne i
left Tuesday to spend a month or v operaton. ing. and I can hardly stand them. My ing to you and your remedy."-Mrs. Mary
more with his aunt Mrs. D. J. Trout i decided lead in production: of sugar I doctor I have'a severe female I Dimmick, 59th and E. ('apito16treets, Washington
In Mobile and his grandfather Mr The Excelsior Flinch Club meets I and I must go through an operation if I wanto D. C.
caneWe that Is too get well I do not want to submit to it if
W. T. Powell in Biloxi, Misa. all agree our cane
i this afternoon with Mrs. Monroe
The young folks had a merry evening I 6 rich in sugar contents to 'toe made into II I can possibly help it. lease tell. me whatto When a medicine has been successfulin
( iCampUell. north east corner Jack do. I hope relieve me.Mrs.Mary .
and before they left Mrs. Kelly : son and Eighth avenue, on the Ease syrup, an4 yet the Cohassett com, Dlmmick youand E. Capitol Streets, restoring to health so many women
served delicious ice cream and cake, II Hill or depot line. pany last year, on a two hundred acre Washington,D. C. whose testimony is so unquestionable,
which was greatly enjoyedLIEUT. '. plantation-about: one hundred of Second letter.Des.r you, cannot well say,without trying it,
do not believe it will "
help me. If
-+- I 1 Hon Bruce S. Weeks was of age. which was sugar cane, and the bal- Mrs.Pinkham: :- you are ill, don't hesitate to get a bottle
HUDGINS AND THE yesterday. ance feed stuffs-made the whole crop After following carefully your advice, of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
with three double mule teams and and taking Lydia E.Pinkhara's Vegetable
TRAGIC ENDING OF HIS ;. : I anxious to send Compound at once,and write Mrs Pink.
BRILLIANT CAhEER. Mrs. T. V. Kessler has been selected three able: bodied white men, besidesthe m7 Compound testimonial am that veryi othersID Y know their you i ham, Lynn. Mass., for special advice
as delegate from the Confed- overseer, and not to exceed twen- value and what you have done for me. I:it is free and always heinful.eaaaaaea .
The awful tragedy aboard the !teratQ .Memorial Association to tbs ty-five days of hoe work. This does
Kearsarge brought sorrow throughoat '"ii. annual reunloitfin New Orleans next not include the work within the factory -l
the country to many Hearts who ..'il; we k. \ t'%*, or stripping and cutting the cane aasBaaaeasaaaI
have the smypathy of thousand' of: ,
r 4 and the. net profits of this company
responsive American !people Jr, 't' The wedding of Mr. Yonge and were over three-.thousand dollars.CARYVILLE : mim
whatever our faults as a nation or as SERVICABLE TAILOR-MADE.' Miss E 'gan taKes place in the First

individuals, we are a sympathetic, Notwithstanding the vogue of the the hem with Presbyterian .church: this morning at I Prepare for April Showers
humane nation and all real sorrow I ,i point to run a narrow 11 _o'clock. -
r finds quick response response dressy tailored costume, those of the I I strip of lightweight haircloth.: Tie 4 I

that especially tender from fellow, severest type are being adopted this tight-fitting jacket reminds one of the Miss NeM' t+Keyser and her
sufferers, all of whom must basques our mothers used to.wear, -m
deeplysyinpathize by the best "dressers. (schoolmates Miss Kibby and Miss
season And
thus bereaved.; with all those dear ones woman who knows the value of the the fitted plement in of the seams back with and the darted full either com flunter; and, Mr.< Campbell Keyser j-jand the Hot Summer Sun
and. his: churn | ir John Briton, who i m mi
new waterproofed materials obviates
Lieutenant
Hudgins' death car. I side of the straight front closing,made !have been spending the" Easter holidays -
ried special regret to his personal the necessity of a raincoat toy employing with matching buttons and button-I with Mr. and Mrs.} William S. Special to The Journal. l
friends in Pensacola where he won a one such material in her tailored I trimmed and machine stitched, as are Keyset leave ,to-day noon for Washington Caryville, April! 17- Announcementshave
host of friends during the presence costume. The illustration gives a all the edges of the coat and the narrow to resume',their studies. been made in Washington county -i
of the fleet, as did his wife who is splendid example of this type of cos coat collar and revere. The hat by those who expect nominationat : A great purchase of ladies' and Gents'
well known and highly esteemed in tume. Olive green cloth is used in is this season's model of the tricorne Mr. Supervielle of Havana, Cuba ar the hands of the white democratic m

local society. this instance. The 'graceful skirt of in a yellow, satiny, honeycomb brad, r vEtiJ;) 'Monday night on a visit to his voters in the primary election May 15
While the fleet was in the harbor comfortable' walking length Is cut in trimmed with black velvet ribbon and wife and daughter.Mr. proximo. One of the most interestingraces Umbrellas made of best fast-dyed Gloria, f J
last Spring, Mrs. Hudgins came from seven gores, each gore lapping the three black and white wings held to for years past is the one between m

her home in Washington and was aguevt other with a deep stitch to the knee- the left side brim by a soft knot of and Mrs. Hayward, Miss Hayward H:>n. W. A. Bryan and W. B.' Paragon frame regular $1.50 Value
at the residence of Mr. Boykin line, and flaring gracefully from that the velvet ribbon. and :Miss Vaught, who came Lassiter. The greatest interest is g
Jones, and the young couple were over from New Orleans to spend now centered In the issues before the: m N

particularly happy and devoted the,I faster with :Mr. \vilmer Hayward, voters. A great many possib'Hties iN to sold only Tuesday and Wednesday
N
1 wife proud of her handsome and work in connection with the Pearl Ea- were entertained at dinner Sunday are opened up because the party nom ,
distinguished! husband and he af gan Home for children. by :Mr. and Miss Knowles and did inee must fight a republican, if re-! N N
fectlonately devoted to her all his. The ladies decided to perceptibly increase not leave till Monday night. ports are true with state issues as For 83c. rJ'N
time free from official duty. Speaking the amount of their club dues 4LJeut to the Buckman school 'bill, a changein 1m
of her :yesterday a Pensacola and, as a club join the governing and Mrs. J. I. Bryan have the present'road law and county di' Bl
young woman friend said that Mrs. board of the Home and pay to it all 1 leased Judge Lan :rum's house from vision of Washington county.
Fox River Hudgins-womaa-Hke) ands wife-like- surplus funds remaining each month May 1 for the summer. Total abolition of the newly creat--!ffi SEE SHOW WINDOW mIN
keenly enjoyed every compliment over the club expenses-which are e ed county court, has already created
paid her husband, and .was particularly very light-beginning with April .1 Miss Winnie Tomassllo of Bag a lively interest in politics and if the N
happy that Admiral Lord Ber..s- The mere fact that these ladies have dad is spending a few days with demands of the St. Andrews peopleare !
ford of the British navy singled him taken active interest in the Home Miss'Pearl Myers. still continued in regard to the; Wait For &
put for dte Unwished consideration, promises well for that institution and creation of a new county they will ro
Clover Hill during the Admiral's brief' visit to also-for the individual members of Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Bickerstaff are doubtless have ,a strong pull for a
Pensacola .last Spring.' the club, who,are to_be congratulated entertaining Mrs. BickerstafTB sister nominee.
It will be remembered that, in : GREA T SILK SALlE
( upon the disposition thus shown. Miss Bennett of Cheneyville, La., at %> cus
addition the and
o larger more e-- their residence M4 ]East Gadissden.e flrj
general entertainment. at which th'Vofficers
'Mr. L. W. Morse, of New York} Is
of the fleet were handsomely
expected in the city in a few Mrs A. B. Hemmingway of Rich Friday
days on rju 1W
entertained by the visiting British
BufferReduced Va. who called to the
naval chief, Admiral Beresford gave a pleasure and bus'ness visit to Mr. raond. was UP TO YOU !
Win. R. Johnson 'and bedside of h .mother, :Mrs. F. C.
a luncheon for the Admirals of the family Bonifay, left Tuesday morning for
home fleets and .their aides at which 0 Notice COFFEE I
l>0me accomipanled by her niece Miss
probably the guests were--as a The Confederate. Memorial m2222a2aaeaaaee2a22222222
services Bertie Villar who will remain in FORBES STORE2iaaIiithiii
wihol! ] --more .truly distinguished Thursday promise to be unsually interesting Jjichmond until the holidays. affects. you. Quit and see ft!
: than at any similar affair that has this year and the ladles. how well you feel after mI
((3en given during the fleet's visitin of the Memorial Association hope to Mrs. F. C. Bonifay's many friends I TO days on
this harbor. have an abundance of flowers for will b.3 pleased.1 to learn that she has
i Ueut John M. Hudgins was not almost entirely recovered from her I
only one of the> few guests outside ---- recent serious illness IPO8TUMI
to the admirals-of itself a,distinctionLut .

Admiral Beresford paid marked Capt John Rourke, who handles
attention to Mr. ,Hudgins throughoutthe The Journal at Bagdad, is in Pensa- "THERE'S A REASON.:" : ru m
luncheon' jollying him on his experiments MOTHERSYou 4 cola attending the grand lodge meet-I .1.
with the magic sound I Ijng of Odd Fellows. He says The m New Arrivals |
waves of the upper ether, asking :ITournal\ is a sort of odd fellow in
30 Cents what experiment he proposed next, Journalism and that he Is glad to oe
or in more serious vein commenting intimately acquainted with It.
uPon his successful experiments and: !

in every way treating th3 young 'A business proposition Blue Rib- ru Children Wash Suits m mro
with unusual consid
wireless expert. iwn Vanilla !Is absolutely pure, goes I YOU NEED
eratlon Who tw'ce a far as other kinds and Its .
Per Pound ;fir Hudgins -was avery young flavor is perfection, wen' It pay you to rN.
man to have achieved so much prac- ask for Blue Ribbon: Vanilla? ro
tical science, and "txf'have 'won suohppprsciatlon I ITo
.
Have Boys NOT GO
: as had' rewarded his
Beginning Monday efforts. He was a brilliant young A .Thousand Dollar's Worth of Good, ; m In White Pique. White Duck H
been afflicted wth: kidney .
man whose prospects were extremely 1 have i i f"j'ra
bright for rapid promotion in hu THIS AD. and bladder trouble for years, passing the trouble of making ; and Cheviots
16th the scientific world stones with excruc'ating Fancy fy;
April profession and in gravel or cakes yourself, nor be worried;
and his tragic- is a distinct IS INTENDED pain" says A. H, Thurnes a well about the.results: that mEsht at. :: fU '
'loss to the nation. As for his stricken known coa' operator of Buffalo, 0, "1 tend 'your cake baking 4&Y 4 fi
'young wife, sympathy stands speechless : as we have just received the got no rel'ef' from medicine until-I b> :
before her irreparable sorrow. greatest line of Boys' Oxfords we've gan taking! Fo ey's Kidney Cure, th.n The Cakes We Bake In Bust r-Brown and Sailor. Styles inN

-4R ever had the good fortune. to have. .the result was surprising. A few
NEW CITY LADIES FLINCH There are patents and plafa k' INAUGURATES' BEAUTIFUL tons, lace, and bluchers: made on mannish and now I have no pain across raised! well )light and the : (tJ sizes 3 to 8.
AUXILIARY WORK. lasts, all new, ndbby toes, Com<1J.I i kidneys and I feel like a new man. daintiest .flavor ;unagpable. Let Mf IKS \
Mrs. Began charmingly: entertained take a look at them or send;: the It has done me $1000 worth of good."I, us have your cake order. Cream ___ _

.the New city Ladt! s- Sol Cahn & Co evening from thr e to sir, 'only memo form of kidney or ladder disease. W,I balk or fancy moulds, : ,
druggist and
bers of th$ clity feeing present. 'A,, D'Alemberte apothe-- '

!After a aeries of enjoyable games, cary. I i
Th. Pur. Food w r "t'. ,
Store, the hostess served deUsfctful refresh ,"
Southwest Corner Paltlox and Intendenda ments. HOSIERY\ HOSIERYI! HOSIERY w
The next meeting will be held with MEYER SHOE COHrOT LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE Kandy Kjlchen( Cafe
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Mrs. Frank Marstori,, LINE OF MEN'S HOSIERY TO BE Watson Parker & Reese iessaaaaaaaaaa

Phones tJ 80 'Aside from socialfeatures,, this FOUND( AT WATSON, PARKER .& S.Palafox, Phone 999 ::1
104
meeting assumed' unusual importance Feet Furnishers For Fojksf! REESE'S DEPARTMENT STORE, AT, ,
from the fact that the ladies decided PRICES THAT WILL INDUCE YOU I aaaaaaaaaaaai

to inaugurate a. beautiful charitable., i' 19.S..Palafox St.:- ., : JO BUY*: 3R-s I .



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B .- -- -- I i HOMEI I'' $ $ $

mF WANT A

FOR SALE MONEY- HOOTON & WATSON

Just look Back a orINVESTMENT ,

invested in real estate in a growing; .'., Successors to Toos. C. Watsoa 6 C.Leading .
city like Pensacola, will 'yield handsome -] V

and see the many opportunities you. have Ten very desirable l lots, returns-buy a home or investment '

; ; of them, are there not? ? Block 92 of the New City now, you will profit by it.. Real Estate, Rental and insurance Agency

.List and Prices of Few Properties for
.
Tract, intersection Jackson Sale..
I have got them for sale. You can't Zar-
i; Beautiful lot corner
building
Better Look'Ahead find a better' investment 1han,.Pensa- street and 16th avenue;'overlooking ,ragossa, and Florida Blanca shelled

cola real estate. .. .$900
l the beautiful street near water
IUd
bay, I Bargains in Real Estate in all of the
$2400 parts
\ ''. ,. 4 room house gcod lot, No. 701 E. ,
Or a whole lot more will 'get toy 'you.. .will buy an elegant 6 room cottage l lots for residences. ,Wright St .5850'' city,

.houses and lots sold:for. on' East and one block' from Lee square right Seven lots Block 55 Bel- 4 room house No. 416 W. -
years ago? Nowjust imagine what they'll 4 across from school No. t.' Bath, gas, saStreet Zarragos'j
yM the future. > and everything modern. '' montTract lots in'this Block OI Stores and Dwellings for rent.
.. ; 4 room house B. and Jackson; payments ,
$3100 $800'No. : .
like .
large roomy residence, North Hayne selling at $700. 1420 N. Hayne St., terms..?600, Loans made at current rates of interest on

41 Buy Pensacola Realty TO.day. Street. ." Six houses North Alcaniz 10 acres on Brent road . .$500 J J345x235 I improved or unimproved property.
$1000'
road opposite
: feet on Brent ,
f. for 80 acre farm west of town, with:6 Street good investment will Gouldingr $45 per lot or for whole,

% You'll make money if you do. See our room house thereon. .-. '> net 10 cent. .$500, Insurance placed in fifteen leading American -
Look at the following: per ,
-lots, block 149 N. .$1000 and foreign ompanies.
.L. ,
$S50.00() 4 house East Romana,
1 room hom'e'on
For particulars apply to Comfortable and quiet little
just east of Tarragona Bayou convenient to car. .$1500(
$1,750.0o-Half block, ,400 by 137- %. Small cottage 3 lots corner, good''' We respectfully solicit your patronage.Our .

H Pensacola investment feet, near car line, 'New City. neighbors, at FiSherville, front'ng! rentalvdepartment given especial atten-
; $600.00-0ne block. New City Tract, 51700
bay..
north of Stoddart's. Will be worth tion. Call and see our list. -
: 8 room cottage, fronting bay at6
3T, a. H. D'ALEHBERTE City Manager. double in two years. McDavid-Hyer Company, : .$1800
$2OOO.Oo-Block close to Stoddart's.$2,000.00Two .
room cottage, No. 1011 E. Jackson
ir7fe W. KNOWLIS, President. p.. B. SIMPSON, houses; each 5 rooms, Agent. New York .$1500'

,;p 1.!. STIllMAN, V..Prej. and Gen. Manager. KNOW11S West Wright rents $240/ a year. ._ Life Insurance Company. 4 room cottage, E. LaRua, between9th
$$00.00()-1-room house rents S4 8 E.
$ a Government Street
and 10th .$1050
f Rael Estate Loana, General year. Phone 7CO. ave
Pensacola, Fla. 1201 N. Davis, 8 room 2 story on HOOTON & WATSON

i3a;: I 215 South Paiafox Street, Pensacola. $2,000 Jackson-Store street and, rents dwelling 216, West car line . . _.$2000 ,
$ a year.
For Farm 6 lots, 1 7 room 2 storyhouse,bath,
Turpentine
34 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
.p- or PHONE 54.
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toilet and gas, also 4 room: cottage, all

LESLIE E. Timber Lands conveniences, desirably, located on -
. BROOKS .....
East Hill,. new. all $5500 &!:- -- -
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---- LARGE OR SMALL
--- QUANTITY
40x100 with cottage rent'ng' well, on
.
Phone 462 Fisher -
Building Call on or Address S.: St. Romana. .
Spring near $4000 .... -
i -" or'c' _
>4a JlIIIW .
12 room 2 story house, near Con-
jy REALTY Turner & Aymard federate monument.$3150

HELP WANTED 7 desirable lots en North Hill $i>000 American Life Insurance
Real Estate and Co. Company
Abstract
.. .. ..u ... P. 0. Box 115 DeFuniak Springs Fla Money to loan on Real Estate Se
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The Best on the WANTED-Carpenters. !Apply new curlt F
of Tampa Fla.
Blount building, Palafox and Gar Special attention to Fire Insurance. ,

Offered For Sale by den streets. It.W.Am'EDA *- Wanted- .. with Have' us;you we sell property quick.to sell? List it' Only legal Reserve Company Organized in Florida

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;, The Fisher Real Estate Irs. Carter at good the Navy cook. Yard.Apply to WANTED-Room tleman and wife and and'board child for or gen-fur- L s.' BROWN & co. 1 I CAPITAL STOCK $500,000.

ISaprlw nished room for light housekeeping. TOWNS AND C'flES: WHERE legal reserve to :be invested IN THE

Give full] particulars as to rates and 201 Theisen and stockholders are many of 4 IS PAID IN. AIflong Its officers
40 feet Building
East Intendencla
on street
by 170 feet in WANTED: -Carpenters. Apply to .y,. locality. Address "
? 84s feet on east side of Baylen St., between "Rates, care JournaL -
I Willock corner Paiafox'and Gonzalez i
: and Intendencia streets for $80 a foot front Sts. 18apr3t 18apr5t "HE SELL LOTS"Board : i MOST ABLE MEN IN THE STA TE

10 lots in block 131 of the West King Tract;.. .. :., .
6 lots in block 189 of the West King Tract.); ..... .. WANTED-A. : I fin>t-class stenographerat WA.7ED-All know owners of poultry to'!, UP-TO-DATE CONTRACTS. .
that
3 lots in the west side of "G" we are agents for the eel-
St. just north of hard Hooton and Rooms.
once. Apply to & Wat- ebrated
4 lots on Reus SL, between DeSoto and Strong! 'St., $ son. 17apr Conkey's Poultry Remedies. nLnfWJ.t..fltnJJwtt.t.rJnuawLttnJfln.rROOM.3 Policies From $50 to $10,000.
Guaranteed
3 lots in high and dry locationon N. W. corner of .. to cure rupe, cholera
and "C" streets for.. .. ... ... 'gape and to kill fleas 1'ce and mites. CHEAP-Furnished or unfurnished -
...'.. .. .. .. WANTED: ---''Salesman' of
long
expert
A 2 story and 5 room house with store''on'East: Chase' Also their wonderful egg producer. F. suitabe for light house Pensaoola Office: Brosnaham Building
6 houses and ence wishes a connection with a first- S. Meen! & Co. Phone No. 331. keeping. On the Hill, location:: high

;' $42.00 a month one vacant for....lot..on...East... ..Belmont...... ..Sl.,.... class grocery Florida. firm Can in carry Pensacola.established ForWest !, ISapr. ply and 314 he llhy.E. Strong.Close Phone to car 1213.line. Ap-! '"" ".,."'CO=,..... .. -"- iII

business with me. Will be i _____ ..
May
open -
LIST WANTED-Position
YOUR PROPERTY as iSaprlm -
Nv WITH US FOR stenographeror __ _ _
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1st. "Georgia, care Journal. for : I
any knd of clerical work b'y
FOR RENTFOR I For Sale.
k THE COLLECTION OF RENTS 'A 14apr2w* lady of experience. Can furnish best TWO L-.UIG-S UNFURNISHED rooms ...__,_ _,._._,__,_-,_$-._--,_ -,_-_ _-_-_!-_- ,I -
j of references. Address C. with privilege of light '
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C. M. housekeeping
i WANTED-First-class cook at care RENT-5 room house with all FARM FOR SALE-80 acres. locate jI
THE FISHER REAL ESTATE once> Journal. 15apr2w use of phone and bath. Near
240 W. Garden. llapr':. East Hill bath house and four blocks- modern conveniences on North mIL I at Cottage Hill on railroad; all! IL'nCf i

206 SOUTH PALAFOXST. WANTED-To buy old gold and silo from car line. Very desirable place. Apply B. F. Wolfe at Citizens' National -,,;,in and with large house barns, i>r-,
WANTED-A good all-round printer J ver broken up stuff regardless of Bank. ISaprlw* houses, etc. Creek runs through: 'a! .
Terms reas::>nable. Address Box 557 j
i.., II -- ---Iq '- t capable cf doing first-class job print sizes. Cash paid. Ligi man & Klein, or call at 1803 E. 16th street. ,I I|I l laud, and 4 or 5 springs are :o ou
.
!- : ing and experienced in newspaper ,' 106 E. Wright Phone 1127. l7aprlw.AFINE. I FOR B.ENT-3 4-rcom cottages on the land.' Plenty shade trees anti .:up-

work. Must be absolutely sober; no:: W ANTED.-A. R. Bingham I. 12th avenue and Garden SL Rent: pIe. pecan, peach and plum tree?,
SPECIAL BARGAIN FOR J drinking man need apply. Cook :&? jour moving 3.nd.hauli g. He wants guar (DOUBLE :SURNISHED I j $6.50 per month. Apply 12th ave. and,;i Good soil; also hare a lot cf fine breed

Hutchison, Chipley Fla. Taprlmi antees all breakage. Phone 630. room with board; 'bath room, telephone -Salamanca St. loaprlw*,,I chickens, ducks, hogs, goats, pea
List of Property for No. 865; on electric car line,!! ii fowls, pigeons geese and turK>a oiall
FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY Wilson .I WANTED-We want your orders fox at 415 W. Gregory St. 14aprlw i A. R. BINGHAM has storage room for i kinds. Reasonfor selling is that I
One block on 1 WANTED 1907 Art Ca1?nriars. Over 300 original !. rent, suitable for furniture or other 1 have no one to manage place. A great

line. New City, 7'i L sLrrJttvurJJ-tttu1J-Lr-- r tr .J designs to select from. A1J) FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT: goods, 104 and 106 South Tarragona;1 bargain either as an investment or
Texar and under prices. Mayes Printing: Co., Pensaco. Privilege, of light house keeping. 21f(>j i SL Phone 620 30nov I for party looking for a good: farm on
53 vacant lots that are cheap at $100 WANTED TO RENT Small cottase.3..la. I ;
One half block on l6feb.WANTED.EleCtrIO East Government street. Block and a which to make money. Every hing
per lot. Ten 3 and 4 room houses Must be close in and Au- .
cheap.
i in settled work of half from Paiafox. 10apr2w* genuine and just as represented. No
that would be great bargains at $600, dress with full 998 ca're.JournaL ah knd.Lst 1
road, very cheap particulars, clean fans HOTELS. fake. Write or call on W. H. Morgan,
us your repair: our .
s each. We will sell the entire lot for
laapr boarders uLrnntumnJwrJw rL Wflflflflflt fltL .
WANTED few
regular -
4 One-half block ((12 dynamo. do: jour wiring etc. P.in3 Box 453. Pensacola, for further partic .
$9000 if taken at .
This is
once. the ,
I houses for Also a few table boarders in private FERRELL HOTEL Sneads, Florida. ulars. 311D
rentin'g ar
L -i 570. Peasacola: Elscirio:! Co.. 255:: S.
4j cheapest property that will ever be: room for seven PANAMAS Let us clean your Panama Baylen. family; good location: ; convenient to': Rates ?2.00 per day. Nice rooms,
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offered here. and straws. Hats cleaned,blocked -1 car line use of bath and phone JUST RECEIVED-Large shipment o
Two large lots ; No.1 good beds, table the best. J. M. Fer
i Corner lot on E. Zarra'gossa St. with I room and hall house and rebanded by expert workman. WANTED.-All kinds ot electrical 401 E. Gregory.. Saprlm rell, Prop. ITapr imported Olive OIL Retail by pint,
*:i 3 room house; this is a bargain only I Leave hats at Frederlcksen Tailor work. I sell all kinds of electrical --- .. gallon or larger quaatlty. G. Morasso

offered once in a life time. I per One month nice;five if sold Shop, 34 S. Paiafox St. '(Special attention .1 batteries and; other electrical: supplies.I PLEASANT: ROOM to rent. 301 W.Phase. HOTEL VERNON-Rates $2 per day. & Co., ship chandlers ana1 grocers, 701

; : 440 E. Main! St., 4 room, kitchen I locality with 37 to mail orders. J When you need me ring 345 or 955 gapr Special rate by week. Special attention South PalataL 4ocLFOR J
1 and ]large hall cheap. I E. W. Peake new Star Laundry building to traveling men. Free sam-
v: The finest place for a fruit and vegetable $10.00 One-half per month.. () WANTED-Will invest $1000 i) to $3000()1 E. Garden. ISdec. NICELY ,FURNISHER ROOMS for .I pie room. Mrs. J. P. Mauldin, Prop. SALE OR RENT Two lighters;
I an L rent. Apply Mrs. E. Coulson one with capacity for 75 thousand fr,
farm in West Florda! contains house in'central with services, in some ligltimate1 UPR"rGHTPIANO-i exchangefor corner ISapr.
Chase and Spring Sts. l lumber, the other thirty thousand ca
I 160 acres, a 4 room house large shade and fruit ( and respectable business Give par lot on East HUL Address P. 8apr HOTEL SOUTHERN-Open all the pacity. Rates reasonable. Also two
barn and other out houses; 500 pear Vacant lots in ticulars.: M., 42. care The Journal.12apr3w O. Box 207. 30mar NICEFURNISHED ROOMS for rent, year. American and European plan.
skiff boats for sale 22
cheap, ft. long
trees 25 or 30 pjid ....
pecans
numerous : suitable for light
f. other fruits. at pricesthat will housekeeping. Special summer rates. First-class; in 5 ft. beams. Telephone or write: J. A
::1 vestments that i Privilege! of phone and bath. Apply respect. Plea'sant! and conven-
will every
,
Chaffin Co.
&
Fla. 25mr
k: 40 acre farm and house and barn, :WANTED-Youn'g : Miscellaneous 810 E..Gadsden St. Milton
on rae. money country printer or phone 896. I ient. Mrs. T. L. Bowen Prop., Pen
1 veil worth $1200; close out at $600. FOR I wants a position in newspaper or -- -- ---- 2Smarlm. sacola Fa.! 15apr ON THE HIGH LAND-East Hill eleo-

1, The finest turpentine business in Ten roomed house job office in Florida or Alabama. Has I GOOiD NEWS FOR PENSAiCOLAI1you tric car line six lots 100 ft. front
4i West Florida; it has to be seen to be and unexcelled for eight year experience and an all- need any locks or keys repaired -. PLEASANT Hill place to board on North THE BROWN HOUSE-Airy rooms, by 137% deep, corners $700, inside

f; appreciated. Will take pleasure in on street car line $ round good job printer. A. perfect' or fitted anywhere in your house; I care Journal., on, car line. Address No.8, good beds. Free baths and sample t lots $600. There are no better sitna!

Showing this to any one interested. iFive roomed gentleman and absolutely, sober; will If you have any trunks needing repairing -] 27marROOMS room. $2 per day. Special attention tions than these lotq LV. Clubb-

large yard and nice start on moderate salary. .Address,;, or lock and key; or have you a! FOR RENT-furnished or un .DeFuniak tc traveling men. ,J.Fla.R. Brown, Prop., FOR SALE.-Improved and unlmpro\

ble, etc." $20.00) per stating full particulars Arthur Win-, dull lawn mower needing sharpeningor 1 furnished. Mrs. M. J. Robinson, 600 Springs ISmarlm ed property In all parts of the cit:!

If what you want free, White Castle. La. 12aprlwf: repairing scissors or carvers to I E. Gadsden St. 24marlm CENTRAL HOTEL, CHI -OpdepoL J. A. Wilson & Co., Real Estate Agent.

ItT.CRAWUORD call us up by phone grind; guns, pistols and rifles to clean I I WAN'IED-A few boarders at 212 W. : Large and well lighted Room 7, Salisbury building. Phone
see usat: 30 S. WANTED-Your orders for tailor.! and repair? We can properly clean Gregory. New house, rooms. Free sample room. :Meals at 172. 23j8iAUTOMOBILES.
315 South Paiafox Street. made clothing. We make your I adjust and repair any make of type and good neIgh. all hours. Special attention to tra v- _
borhood .
line. the
on car ISmarlra -1 am agent for
-. D. Hale clothes fit. Let us take your mea:. writer. All of these things and many elln'g men. $2.00 per day. J. M. Tug. Pope Mfg. Co. and can sell you auto

I ure. Lamm & Co., Chicago,' W., O. others you can have promptly done NICE FURNISHED ROOMS for rent.! gle, Prop. ISmarlm from $500,00 They cost less than
Wells, agent,.Chipley, Fla. at F. B. Bruce's, 28 East Government. up.
: INVESTMENT ROPERTIES ,. 7aprlm Newly furnished, clean ani nice, CHIPLEY HOTEL-Carl Setterl.nd; horses to keep up. They can be rua!
.. Phone 380. 18apr2w near postoffice. Apply at 128'
E.
That [ 2 Prop. Special attention to commer. in sand or anywhere a horse can go
SECOND HAND CLOTHING WANTED Government street, Mrs. B. M. Trainer. cial travelers. Free sample and bath Leslie! E. Brooks.
FOR SALE -Highest price paid for, gents'clothing GOOD TURE-For a few horses 7janlm. Large with
rooms
A fine Easter Suit only.:, Sell second hand! goods and cows. Address jr apply to W. rooms.$2 perday. good 13marla beds. FOR SALE: -Ten new and second
will Dress suits for rent 9 E. Intendencia: H. Kilbee, Brents Fla. loaprlw Old,newspapers at five cents a bundleat second hand office safes, different
i1
you
Five want'a ,
room cottage, rents $96 per this office They are all clean BAY HtTEL.-Open night and day. sizes, best makes at bargain prices
year:. .. .. .. .. .. ..?7QO on and the the place to get WANTED-By a young man, positionas MATTRESSES AND FURNITURE" and-n ce. European plan. Rooms light and Scarritt Moreno, office East Government '
: Large two story house with store square.. ,
stenographer. clean. Transient trade solicited. St. 24mar
Phone 718. _A.1 references Mattresses made to order; old ones
room on Wright St., rents $20 per 575-579 S. Palafox. Jw. S.
furnished. Nicolau
r' Bonth..,... .. .. .... ........51900 Nice Western or 3aprlm. Address(C-2.- care' Journal. renovate New ticks furnished. Money to Loan. Prop. FOR SALE-An installment bUiiinf'qS
Second hand furniture bought and
fact a good in Pensacola with over 500 lease lr
EAST HILL LOTS. and 'a fine line of WANTED Stenographic ,work of sold.. Upholstering and repairing done. counts. Will sell cheap for casher O-'n'
tt Eight lots; cheapest on the market, Groceries, nature Will give same any 114 E...Belmont St.,. city, phone 771. MONEY, TO LOAN-EverYbody barrowi has other business and cannot a*
1- for' the location., Other lots in same 20 Ibs. Standard tention. Phone 285. prompt' at- Davis MfgCo.. TV Davis,.,Mgr..EXCURSION money. from Jno." A. Hall & For SaleFOR tend to it. Address "Me" care !h-:
Saprlm :
i vlc'nity! are held for $100. For quick $1.00. Co./16 E. Qovernment stre-=:. When office. Sapr*

sale., each .. .. .... .. ..........$50 24 pounds Patent WANTED-The public to know that -The launches Stella ill need call'on ua. 9feblm SALE 5-burty-five thousand ,
12 pounds Patent we can do all kinds of repairing and 'L claIr' will:run excursions to all acres of virgin pine timber land in NOTICE TO CANDIDATESThOs
float building, horse MONEY LOANED on kinds of per- wishing to make a successful run
shoeing etc. J. the Life Saving Station, or other one body. Apply to Walter Gentry .
MOVER
C. R. YAEGER ON G. Welsh Carriage Co. 1fe points'of interest, ayornigbtOn reasonable foal pioperty on short notice. Chipley, Fla.: 17aprlw should supply themselves with a bo
terms. Phones' 659 and 220.:: Terms easy. J. B. Gray &. Co., 2 W. t tie of PLUTO. Now is the season to

No. 202 :Thelsen Bldg. Phone 686. COURTHOUSE DYEING. Pressing J.'C.,Sutherland, Mgr;- ,, 12apr Romana. Phone 1165 lfebMONEY FOR SALE-Desirable' boarding prepare jour stomach and 1 rye!"
and Cleaning Club, 212 N.DeVillers against all diseases. Pluto will do i i'.
'
1- house, furnished
I r TO LOAN.-on real estate newly throughout
,_ St. Mrs. T. J. Davis or
Prop. -
--- Your ,
rrrjLOST For and
pat sale by all druggists grocers
rent paid to 23
solicited satisfaction TAILORING L. Diamond, Tailor: other sufficient; security by applyIng July sewer connection -
Professional! Directory \ STRAYED ronage teed. Careful attention; given guaran ladles'garments. Gents' clothing cleaned, pressed and | to Thos. Pebley, cor. Palafo and electric lights and telephoneWill wholesale by Jas McHugh.
: Mare, branded on on short notice. No. 11 stairs. sell all or part. Twelve regular
..... '- ,- Phone 1223. 8teb repaired % I I Roma, up 17no- hand
I able reward for w it Government St, Pensacola, Fla,I I boa inters now besides ,transient daily. FOR SALE-One good second
THOS. 'PEBLEY, son St. WANTED.-The Mercnanti Transfw Idee.J. MONEY TQ LEND-On rood real estate Apply 105 E., Intendencia St., Psnsa sate. Will sell cheap. Apply room

I Co. wants your moyi g and baulinj.. security, or on good collateral cola Fla. April 13-lw 3, Fisher building. llalr
LAW. REAL ESTATE. LOANS AND LOSTr All breakage guaranteed. T. 'H. PORTER, sailmaker, 716 South Leslie E.
i COLLECTIONS Saturday, B- Tnor.! at )Qwest rates., Brooks. FOR SALE Full blood white,W'an- FOR SALE-7-room houseI storeroom
: ProD. Phone 97$. Paiafox street. Orders taken
from for
bly sen.
wagon, 18Junelm Building. 21Jaa
Fisher
PALAFOX AND ROMAN, I I dotte eggs.. Beacon of Boston strain 2 closets, pantry city water
awnings stools and '
house
pair tents "
trousers! camp $2.50 setting of 16. Few' Lot 70x137 10th avenue and
14 PHONE 653. : WANTED.-Real Estate for safe or all kinds 'very fine % corner
If found cqts. etc. Prices reasonable. Sljan. LOANED on of
_ _ returned: rent lease or exchange. Your busf..j MONET on* perU cockrels ready for the'yard Address Desoto streets East Hill. Apply onplace.
I and receive! ewa&thST:4ady' : ness respectfully solicited J."A. "Wil I.1 SHIP' CHANDLERS-McKinzle Oert- tonal" property J. W. Bullard short upstair notice. Chas. Murray DeFuniak Springs, Fla.Slmarlm R. E Coleman 10apr2 *
Terms easy.
1 son, Real Estate: Agent, 22.# W. Government ing & Co.. wholesale. and retail ship 8Sh. South Paiafox St., Phone 1144. FOR SALE-Car load Tennessee
G M D : } : ,
YATES and
monogfarn "S. Street Room 7, Salisbury, changhre grocers, only first-class baby horses and mules. Can be seen at
,. fleur-deJis set with M. building. Phone 172. 23Jaa I IWANTED.1au11ng house of kind in city. -Fair prices to al!. FOR SALE.-A photographers outfit Pou's stables. McMillan & Turtonaprl"-
Cheap. Fisher
Apply
OPTICIAN amount or to Furniture .
RENOVATED. UNLIMITED money loan
Lost MATTRESSES New
oa. Bagdad _and transfer
store 13g E. Intendencia St.
27mar
z 30G TH/fSDV BUILDING Milton. Return to work. Office. phone 363; 'residence, tick furnished if desired., All done,, oa all kinds of personal property. FOR SALE-NIcr; clean old newspapers

) :- __ __ __ ___ ___ chette. Milton. phone '390. Acosta & White. 22-28 N. fof good order on short notice. Leave! Special! 'rates to business York,Loan men on large FOR SALE-Registered Berkshire at live cents a bundle. This of
!
ISaprlw. Tarragona St 25mar. orders at' Green & Wats n. Phone i leans. The New' Co., 204% hogs; best .of b! e4.ing.. Ask for fice.

I WM D. HOWE : 193. 7mar South Paiafox.GEf'A catalogue. Carl Se'tterllnd, Chipley' _
.
jtt WANTED.-The public .to know that CARRIAGES repaired and repainted.. Fla. FOR SALE Shoe making and repairing
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR ATLAW GET A established' trade ao
'
PANAMA shop
,
; ;
old newspapers can be bought at t Floats built to order. Horse shoe! '
$7.50
$5.00
t PANAMA AND) FOR SALE -Second hand
$10.00 AT 25 H. P; competition good opening for pi
for five ;
this office cents
EAST GOVERNMENT ST I II I a bundlQ.,. They ling a specialty. J. G. Welsh Carrlag: $10.00 AT STANDARD CLOTHING. i boiler. Will sell cheap. '
4Va. I COMPANY, are all clean.and nice.. I 27feb '. Apply; to man. J. Miodel Bagdad Fla
COMPANY
New Method Laundry.. 13April. 6apr16 *
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Thousands$ Each Day Who Are Looking for: .Bargains !



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FOR SALE i :'H-H:: :-n-nnn: : .n:" --OHnHBn-: : : : : 1f"B::: i= :=H'H3H: =HfLti'H'H: :: fi't: .-.. _H'a: .' :f1a' i'
& : McMil Ian, Bros. Co..
BARGAIN LIST PIANOS. i, AUSLEY COMPANY: 2e ,
{
lister Piano mahogany tine order, e '
v.as $;))50. price now $275, used only : 92 Carload ofiKethesda ---I
11'\\ months. $10 cash balance ?8 .
a
er month. COMMISSION BROKERS i
p i
,,'vig. handsome case, was $300 ,
j'ift:: : : very little used. Terras J10 :
sox
caS'< jn per month. 2 II WEST INTENDENCIA STREET, P PENSACOIA FLA. !
:-.i'.'r. large handsome mahogany i
.' $400 now *335A bargain. MOBILE. ALABAMA.MARKETS. !

case ir Tr U.m<11 w/o m.I5 high cash grade$S per mahogany month. ; was ,i I Wires N. Y., N. 0.. and Chicago.Private rI W1eri I Ig : )i

s4;1 t tOS *29: rented only few i

Winth.;Stm) (,!. a ttO ebony cash,case$10,per was month.$350 now I'I I COITON.STOCKS.GRAIN.PROVISIONS and BONDS 1

$1"0 5)1'' crib J6 per month. I Ihr''r. 5
i ; !large sIze, mahogany case; Bought and Sold on Margin or for Investment. j Naval Stores.
-rven months, was $400 now ,t
used
'*?-.. ire! cash $8 per month. Savannah, Ga., April 17r-The naval g i Just Received. I-I
"KlD1Uall. walnut case, was $375 used | Reference: First National and Peoples Banks Phone 1173NNNNNN.Nl1NNNN0.NNONN4N.N stores market closed today as follows:

tl n :..jars now $185, $10 cash, balance ... .. .. ...... ..... .5 40
.. .
month. WG ... .5 30
J7 per .
.
sad AJ! !we of guarantee the above them.are upright We have pianos 16 FEED MELLEN'S M v..5:.... .. .. :.5 is 20 j I So great has been the demand for this -

-ftuare pianos from $IS to $45. 50c CHICK FEED K..5. <- 10

Per week: good for practice. 1.4 50 excellent mineral 1 water that
CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE To your newly hatched brood. Why fill their H.4 20 I find it necessary
Pensacoia, Fla. G. ,.4 00 |
little crops with meal or other soft feed that F.... ..3 90
foR> \LE-One large fire proof Victor soon packs and sours, causing fatalities E.. .. 3 80 ; to order it in carload lots. _
safe practically new. Double many D.;,... :.3 75
doors Reason for selling have a when a mixture of 20 kinds of seeds andgrainswill 0. .. ...:..;. :..3 70 j
larger one. Safe Dept, Wm. Johnson furnish all that nature requires to make SPirits_Turpentine 65 cents. I

t: Son.. 18apr them thrive.Telephone --.-- is the Best Water Earth
AUSLEY & CO.'S REPORTS ti! .It on
Cash
FOR SALE- Register (National)] *
:aits' improved, crank handle. 45 F. S. MELLEN 6 CO. No. 334 Liverpooi, Cotton Market.


ke.key c.t'rk.:. Only!opens reason register for selling for is don'tneed each ,..,...&,..,,..,,..,,..,..,..,..,..,............................ .A.Av": .......,................,..........&..,...y.A w Fe lan..Feb..HU'.........,............:j:........-.'..................................._.Close....6.S i:

this style register for our business -, Mar.-April................................6.05 a'I I I II; Stick to old friend and drink the water
Cost over $350, price will in. QftRCCMQ I' Put them in before the ,FLIES and April-May................................6.05 your i
VIVST you. Address National Cash OUriLLllO ....... ...............6.05 j. '
Ile'sisier Journal office. lSapr MOSQUITOES! get into your house. June.Jaly .................:........... ...6.0C which will do ; It' is the
We can furnish thenvCHEAPER..NOW, .July-August. .......,....................- t04AugustSeptember I L you are sure you good.
roR SAI. -FiTe room cottage on .........................5.93 I
monthly payments, city water, gas Supply of BRICK now-or.hand.. ... September-October ............ .........6.84 1 and i iy
mineral
free mail delivery, corner 8th Phone 11. H. G. October-NoYember:/.$............... ......5.76 I t 1 original water ,
and; DeSILVA & CO.v. November-December .................. ..5.75 I
aw and 12th St. G. B. Bredt. / DeceJl: r-J&nuarr.........i. ..............5.74'. t
ISaprat .
LirerpoolSpots,621 r
WANTED-To loan money on your :
watches Jewelry and personal ef-i New York Cotton Market. 1! It is a Healthful Refreshing Deverage i..t i..tI
fects. Highest cash price for old gold Open High Low Close .,
and sliver. LJghtman &: Klein 106 E. OPPORTUNITIES FORINVESTMENT January 10.87 10.71 10.57 10.70 J ,
wright._Phone 1127. | May 11.84 11.39 11.84 1L33 :
July 11.26 1L30 11.24 11.30 I
HOUSES FOR SALE-Lease or rent ?

near car line on Little Bayou. Ap- August October.............1 J1.07,61 11.14 w.fl7 10.61 11.07 11.14 10.C7: @ It is bottled by the Bethesda Mineral Springs
ply to Phillip Hannah, Little Bayou. December......... 1C.63 10.68 10.62 10.67
4a'prl6t* j Hew'York 8p t., 1L90 1

FOR SALE-Store and dwelling at Wheat ,j Company, Waukesha Wis., and there is a fJ ;

tached. A good business. stand. Apply Are daily afforded to the person with T.7 Open.. High Low Clote j jJ "

to J. C. Pebley. 12aprlw ready money i in_ hand. .JQJy............783j. sa3 79 a; 795 78!' sc;" H "new man in every bottle &!

FOR SALE-A second-hand conopytop Are you in1 a po'sition to take advantage Corn 'i3 I .
phaeton in perfect order about as OpenHigh Low
too
good as new. Apply to J. A. Kiikpat- of opportunities that present themselves to Kay p........... U 4715 456 46re ,.
:
nck, 222 E. Gadsden street or phone make Ju17_. ... ..4 4 46 \
moneythrough profitable investments I
in NOTICE: 10 DIDATES-Those 15apr5t ? New: York- "?*.'Stock, Market 46'j!j fall for It and Insist on Haying I

open
wishing to make a successful run No money? Then you should by all Southern Pacific............ 89 Close&y I;J
nould supply themselves with a bot.e start Oopper...,........T...:..... llftj Ji!$ lA.S.R l
account
:. of PLUTO. Now is the season c to means a savings to-day. We :.:..........;:......... \t>\/ 141" I ,!
stomach and liver will add to it four per cent interest compounded .4tch..... .......!P.;*.:....... 834 93 i You should have it at club at
prepare :your i your your
....... ,
&.R.. ......-.......... I61 ';
against all diseases.;;; Pluto will do It. semi-annually. .ET.: .........i..ji......... 8:}: 16tH ',I :
For sale by all druggists and grocers, B,4 0 ...... ..-.. ... f111L I :
., 111% saloon and .
wholesale by Jas McHnga. ) Erle.:......t.....;::.i nit:._...... 451L Illy 453( I'I i .favorite on, your sideboard. ,1
FOR SALE-At a bargain, 1. 5 C..r..............00......... 63 11 I J. _
old with 117, 8............... :......... 43% 43y5 '
year Jersey cow young calf. ... .........
e. preferred. : 1 OS6;
Gives 2!% to 3 gallons per day; also B.I...................... ..... st3i l08J IIlL. I II
2 pair scales and one oil tank. Hugh FIRST NATIONAL BANK I ." )(.............:'.1 151: Ii
Moloney. 921N. Davis. 15aprlw lAId..........-... .... 84 I I, Aa MOOG9
FOR SAI J-Household goods, bed I y.P.......,.....................9634 I'
......... ... .. ..
clothing linen and dishes. OF; PENSACOLA..FLA.W.'H. v.e. ,. .:T: '-".' -.50 501. i
531 E. Government Apply Oan.Pae...........'vl'a.......... 172a 174iK.Y.C I'j
St 25rnarlm ..KHOWIJH.Prea. W.K.HTIB,Ja,V.-Pres.and CasMer. t ...........-.!.t..........141 144K : '
FOR SALE Eggs from standard bred T.W.Satyr and W N.ROBIRTS, Asst.Cashiers v, [ r.o ..............;.n..;....... 9i1.4 94y4' Dis1ribu.1er.: : t
prize winning Barred Rocks, fifteen DmK"JoBJ' C. Brent W. A. D. Brent H. Knowles, W. K. flyer' Jr.. 1l.D'G..............;....,...... 13i \f?\ ,
$1.50; fifty $3. Also Ohio improved sa.p ..........................17Ttn'. 17'133iy1%.,< i tS I,
Chester White Pigs pedigreed. Mrs. IL 1............_......:. .. .. 2 ]B N ; Wholesale Liquor Dealer :' ?
Lizzie B. Hughes, Chipley, Fla. B........-.U,.. ...;.. 0.K 4034 3 ':.- j. ,
r
2marlm T.C..I.--. ..... No Sale. I <: .
I ftnna;.............;......"...1424' 14J-: ::1 : Pensacola Fla. ri
FOR SALE-Fine hotel site; best sit- N.. 55O IJ.P.----. 157% !1 ..
uation in the city for a tourist ho; : :: :: 11 I I.
tel, 130 feet fronting south by 172 feet C.W.LAMAR. President JOHN PFEIFFER. Assistant Cuklir. AiRley & Co'st Dally Letter. ,m 1

deep' on East Seville Government square and street Adams,overlooking LTHE L CURIE lice-Prosldeat and CuUer. 1.W.ANDREWS.Assistant Cashier.. New York, April 17.-After a longperiod 3'; ......a l. .. n .H"Z)
of Idleness
during the Easter
street; with open view of Pensacola holidays:
Liverpool started in to
bay, $10,00011111 buy the AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
property. whoop things up generally this winter months would enabl them to I
'apr. 1 OF PtNSACBLA, FLA. '. morning spots ;bemg quoted at 624 sell these positions very much higher Morris Daanheisser
FOR SA.LOne new Kokens barber for American middling, while con and very few of them bskive that
chair, also several mirrors.Call DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. tracts were advanced 2 to 3 points, December cotton will sell much (Formerly of Da.nnheisser Bros.) i I FULL;
or write J. A. Billingsley, 14 E. 'but. the markets on this side showedno above nine cents and they could Pure Old Rye and Bourbon Fine
Government St. 13Aprillm CAPITAL STOCK, $200,600. SURPLUS, J60.0M. ;. disposition whatever to wake up. therefore buy the actual cotton Wines Beer ana Tobacco.
there seems to be a feeling of unrest around these figures to deKver leaving
r DIRECTORS. prevailing on all shies and also them a good round profit on all Old Hickory Whiskey MySpecialty I, EXPRESS
a feeling of distrust prevailing in PREPAID
LegalldvertisementsSHERIFF'S Henry L. Covlnflton. -, Frank Reilly; F. E. Browner; New Orleans against the Sew York their The short position sales.into which the mar 12 W. Zarragossa Street, ,
J. M. Pfeiffer, W. S. Rosasco, C. W. L+mar,
.Bryan Dunwody, T. FiMcGourin. J. R. StU 1ders.A. Clique, many believing that the May ket has drifted is one seldom? seen i PENSCAOLA. FL031DA.COFFEE .!I
SALE. fde Avery, W.H.Milton O. E. \t3UI8, option would be squeezed in the and oon&ervative speculators preferto I' j
By virtue of an execution issuedout northern market, It
having developed remain Idle and let affairs drift;,
W. L. Cawthon, Dr. W. J. Hannah, MvKenzie Ocrtlng.
of the Circuit Court fcscambia Alex onln, C. )t. Covlngten, M. E. Clark. in the last few days that the Wall track to legitimate lines befor tak-i; h 4llr
Counts State of Florida wherein frfc street crowd aided by llr. Price had. in bold. It is useless to hazard .
Charlea Williams is plaintiff and CaL I jiold! July heavily and bought correspondingly !i an" opinion opon a market that has: !
Smith is defendant, I have levied upon Accounts of Banks, Individuals,Corporations ld Firms Solicited. heavy of the May positions -:Drifted so far away from reason as
md will sell at public outcry, to the Four per cent Interest Paid on Time Deposits. thus placing them easily in a:: the present_one has, yet it is only I Dor
highest bidder: for cash in front of position to squeeze May and hold; a question of time when it must
the county court house door, on Monday their short interest in July as a:'\comeback to where it belongs Mr I We are the Pioneer- DELIVERED rot
the 7th day of May, A. D., 1906 I hedge. Well infonnei; traders state, Price and the Wall street crowd to
during the legal hours of sale, the following .................. ... ...OlfNN ONONN..e.eNe W.... freely that the long interest in!I the contrary notwithstanding. j Coffee Roasters of 1292
I
described real estate to-wit: < J. S. REESE.. President E. W. MENEFEE. Cashier. ,May is at least 100,000 bales heavier I The report from the weather: d =- West Florida.HUGH'S .
Situated: lying and beiff in Escamoia t R.: M. CARY VicePresidentTHEPEOPLE'S.BANKOrPOISACOU. than the whole! New York stocks.I I ipartment issued by the government
County, Florida the NW% of The bear crow;i' are willing to let today was on the whole rather favorable CHAS.bll BLUM&C V
NR'3 th'-m have their own sweet way for'| state reporting excessive
of no
section 24, township 2, N. AND 519 WEST BAY ST
range 31. west, containing 39 and Director!-U J. Rve. J. I. Reese, W. DeC. Kcssler. R. M.._ Carl. the sympathetic upward turn of the J rains but Louisiana, where over two! BLENDShave JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
SHOO acres more or less. W. A. D'AIemberte, T. A. Jennings, J. J. Hooten. : I'inches fell in most sections of the
JAS. C. VAN PELT, TRANSACTS. A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. tate. Light frosts were reported in
4apriloaw4w Sheriff. : TOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. !tNNNNN the Northern counties of Georgia .VVOOD
J .1414NN.N4bN.N....................4t4N i Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas and no equal. A trial

Notice Aattachment is hereby given Notice.of the Institution i 'of Texas the but.week. in was most much cases'warmer the forepart than: will convince the con. All Kinds that you want.

.of an attachment suit by Mrs. normal although the latter half of noisseur that we
E. B. Hester against Reginald Hester, L HILTOiiGR .PBesmnt'. T. B.w .TJCS VlClI.PBum.'C'J'. I .- c i the week was somewhat cooler.
to the Circuit Court of the First Judicial R.DL.VBHNrLL,CAS HIBL Ii UNSFIELD MORENO. 811'.C4IJIU We do not think the season has make no extravagant OAK AND PINEcheaper

Circuit, State of Florida. In and Citizens National Bank been unfavorable' so far and are inclined -
w Escambia County,and the said de- : 0t 41 to think the fall and winter. claims. than you can tuyIt
leadant and all other persons interest- of PensaooU Florlda.D1aECOES. I t I.months. are a: good sale on any advances anywhere. Any size you
''dare required to appear to the action !1 from the'present level but un- want.
;D. the 2d day of July, A. D. 1906. R. Ge r W.,Wright Morris Bear. T.E.Welles. Kix M.Robinson. L. Hilton Gnu. j 0 an I the position of May and July are Wholesale and RetailGROCERS
f Reese, Attorney for plaintiff. A GENERAL MYKIJVC BUSINess TRANSACTED 0i i I f[somewhat changed by the liquidation G. SEWELLPhone
.!!.!Ilaroa w3m. I1 I that i Is!i sure to come we ob not [.
NOTICE -1 *care to express an opInion althoughI
FOR PUBLICATION ... Gives
menstrength to favor the long 614.
Department I\ are inclined
of the Inferior. Land0ce ATtanra
at Gainesville, Fla., Feb. 19, I and \ side! o n breaks as We think the New and all kinds of Feed: .
in a position to do Z$
306. York crowd are
;Allowing Notice named Is hereby settler given has fuel that the no- R A1.Pre.Cary. CA. >_ CO. JlJo.ua.UII S.C.,. courage to surmount. I just'about a4 they: like with both Stuffs.Pluto w e
''Ice of his Wboleul and BeUii Dealer ia May and July and we think they are % PIANOS AND ORGANS. *
intention
make final
to all difficulties. the screws to some of CASH OR EASY TERMS. *
to put
roof in support of his claim, Domestic Anthracite f* fA I likely'
and Steam the shorts who cost them so heavily I All Piano Work Guaranteed. *
lore that Clerk said proof will be mad be- and Blacksmith W VM L. Renews"vitality during the recent decline from 12 Water CLUTTER RUSHING, ft

tola; Fla., on Circuit May ,,28 Court, 1906.-at viz:Pensa-Kate Office-- No. 'u South Palafoi street Telephone 93. I imparts snap and life 1 cents. ** 12 EAST PHONE GOVERNMENT 476. ST. $*

Alison widow of David W. Wilson Tar cO1lerTarrag na and Gonzalez streets.. Phones 6 and 378. j NEWS
SHIPPING
LATE
Deceased, of Roberts' Fla., Hi tAir.. GOOD DEUIRS Cleared. Wholesale and Retail .. ..
of**>Section 46. for the NB % of NW fc SELL IT I SeiI:in. Tal' 'b'k. 1220, Zeno for Genoa .
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ft hewn timber 27S38S ,- Alabama
tames the following witnesses Order YourICE "B&B II with 1653 Florida and

cence to prove upon his and continuous cultivation: rest of COAL and WOOD Atlanta i! ft' sawn timber and 533,016 ft. lbr. New Orleans Grocery Co LAND COMPANY

WANT A SHIRT G'I .
*aid land, \1r: E. R. Bowman of .. "f'rozn.: : tlxe.Consumers9 t 1-WHEN'YOU -*
PARKER & REESE.
j jI WATSON, Manufacturers of
wusco-gee, Pla., C'Jackson, of Rob- '
Ice and Fuel Company. THE BEST THAT Jas. McHugh and Dealers In
HAVE
crts, Fla, T. F. Lewis, of Canton. I j I ITO THEY ,
! Phone. 23|. CAN BUY FOR 50c, 75c.AND LUMBER SAWED CYPRESS SHIN
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lent, Tarragona.
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f tf't- Your J., .. S. .COLEMAN arrest$100.00 and reward delivery will to be the, paid sheriff for the of'I REAL ESTkTE I If You Can't Take a Big Policy : :

,. Walton county., one Charlie Renols, *.
h Dress Shirt I aREMAINS' a negro. Description: : Height feet Take a small one. You can't afford to put it off because
'- OF.WELL KNOWN. CITI-. 10 or 11 Inches; weight about 160 "or TRANSFERS N [ you cannot take a large amount.
170
pounds bright mulatto
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ZEN LA liD AT REST IN CHIP- [ '
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should /toe exactly, right. eyes. scar on upper a Policy For Some Amount Now
lip to the right of
1: r They fit LEY CEMETERY. nose-and when last
1 perfectly arc seen he wore a blue' faded Following is list Of'the
} made of jumper a deeds recorded while
best material. you can get it. A more convenient
overalls, a gray cap a new pair of,No., yesterday reported by the season map
fJi They are durable never come. But, be
and sure its in the Equitable
; 8 fine sharp toed shoes Reward to Pensacola Abstract Co:
give entire satisfaction. Special to The Journal. be paid; by J. A. Rlchbo'irg, & Co.,t J. Wallace Lamar to Henry M. k.
Chipley Apuril 17-J. S. Coleman I! Crestview Fla. ,Yonge, an. undivided ]/. interest In !ra Knowles Bros.I Gen'l Agts 7a
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I| was buried here: block 115 West .
$1.00 $2.50. yesterday, the fun I King Tract; lots ,6 Pensacola
to I
F ''eral being conducted by the Knights GET A PANAMA $5.pO, $7,50 AND to 10 inclusive, block 175. New City'- "
rh 'lot Pythias. Mr.: Coleman d'ed at $10.00 AT STANDARD CLOTHING Iract; west 30 feet of lot 15, all of
,. i Blakely Ga., last -Saturday he having COMPANY. lots ,16, 17, and "18, block 78 New ,: A. s
We especially want you I I y"jtv Fn*n**4> fr1. _;
l.f i gone there for his I ,A/\A AA "nil AV/i rutn. .
health after travel t vvv.vv to see our line ofSpring I ;id ratl ;
Jlt: ing over a:, large of the south : ;. 4....... M
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.Rev west and Mexico.He : Wentworth to A. A. Fisher. f : OONIINN
I leaves a wife: and several chil-' ::11: lots 11 and 12. in block 260 New \ P2NeACOlu :
g dren besides a large circle of relatives City Tract $1.00 and other consider-, Iron Works 4'ZN
: /i and friends. ,,ations. J I[ and Supply Co. f
I The funeral Alonso E. Kelly to!,J. D. Waters !. Manufacturers
1 was largely attended I ; and Repairers of
? Negligee Shirts and the floral offerings were exquisite.: SO I '; l lot 1. &-c. 11, T. 2, S- R. 31 W. I less FORGINGS, MILL AN.D STEAMSHIP MACHINERY.SUPPLIES. AND BOILERS, .
1'l. .. I Many friends and relatives came over about 3 acres soW;l tO-, the Baptist J | REPAIRS A SPECIALTY. Prompt attention STEAMSHIP
.p..t' from Bonifay. where the Colemans .'church; also a V> undivided interest < day or night: Agents for James given to all orden
The
prettiest and by far lra In S. .'. McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and 1
a have beautiful the % of the S : % of lot 3 < Timber
.... a home. t Dogs also chains of all
the best ever seen in Pen- j Sec. 35 T. 2 S. R. 30'W.: $100.00 and, a J !: dence phone descriptions.: Office phone 122 Resi i snCopyright
1029.
f-t 1 aacola. P. 0. Box 123. PHIL
They
are worth Other WITTMAN. Mop.EOPLPS
valuable considerations.
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;). 75 cents, $1.00 and $1.50. JUST BECAUSE I I Pattillo Campbell to J. S. Lovett,j I N001 0111010NNNIONIONOIINONN101NNNN
ri Other stores would no your cough! Is only In the throat and SHIRTS Jr., ,S. % of lot 99, block 7, Old City,'-
'T:i+ 'doubt charge you more, does not trouble you now; don't think J500.00 and other valuable considera-.
p" but our policy Is as always I I that it needs no attention. When it I! tions. .
:.1 -"A Dollar's Worth I has not had much of a start Is the L. S. Brown to S. A. Friedman I SHOE
I toii.; for a Dollar." time to check it. The slightest cough lots 14, 15, 16, 17 and 18, block 179 The I STORE
easily leads to Pneumon'a Bronchitis '. also lot 16 in block 180 all being in, .
and Consumption. A bottle of, land a portion of Section 42 T. 1 S.' r
The John White Ballard's Horehound Syrup wll; cure i t:; I I JR. 30 W., Maxent Tract, $500.00 and
F that coughT The price puts it within There won't be a'stiff shirt Insight .other valuable considerations. j Prices 1901Latest
reach of aJL Sold by all druggists. I as soon as.the sun comes Henry Hyer to Bertha Roseaau
t E Store out good and hott .lot 11 in block 41, Belmont Tract,'= The Fad I
: : 100.00 and oth valuable>le considerations --
OFFICE MOVFDWE These are the dada;! when aMan's '. I ?.......................................N01010N 0 BENCH-MADE CLOTHES
'n 205.207 S. ,PALAFOX ST.BOSSO'S Shirt is the'all important State of Florida tb! tiL Frost, lot '21.-
HAVE ,MOVEn'OUR OFFICE division of, the W. % of-Sec. 51, T. 2 Popular Prices, All Styles.
t' 'FROM THE KEYSER BUILDING, part of his make-up-both for S. R. 30 W. 3 acres$11.75. Ht:i I: Makes Life i iI

:'J ----- PALA1FOX WHARF, TO OUR COYLE looks and comfort State of Florida to John Sunday, 4 Jos. Coleman
STREET WHARF.PATRONS IN lets 4, 5 and 6, block 13 New City :
THE FUTURE WILL PLEASECALLUP We've Everything that's good .$10.90. 212 S. Palafox St

PHONE,, No. '77,- AS THE OUD in Summer Shirts .Solid .colors ; Wm. H.KnowlesW. A. D'Alenv.: | Worth Living I _____ __ _4
v NUMBER, HAS BEEN DISCONTIN- stripes 1igures.-p.lajn white, berte and A. A Fisher Executors of :
Ice Cream UED. Wm. Fisher deceased -
Factory etc. to G. L. Robinson .
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DUN OPY-AI (EN TOW BOAT CO. the W. 36 feet 6f lot 23, block Cooking with gas means personal comfort in the.kitchen f ii ii i
;,,. can furnish .you cream in We are showing the Masterpieces 25, East King Tract, East of Tarragona -all of the heat is used in cooking: and not in heating I
any quantitySatisfaction I GET A PANAMA $9.00,. $7.50 AND of street $ .00. .! i .. f the room. And think too<<;', of the labor and. time saved 2 Shirt Waist
Shire
the ,
.)I(: guaranteed. $10.00 AT STANDARD CLOTHING best makers carrying in coal and wood and sweeping and cleaning :
..,!t J PHONE;>> 1326 COMPANY. makers with a' reputation. Counterfeiting the Genuine. :t"\ up the dirt and dust that comes with their use. 4

; % SAM EOSSO, Prop. '_ I Foley &; Co., Chicago or' inatt-d .
r sir. Knights.. Attention! I lines.See our great 50c 'and $1.bo. Honey and Tar as a throat and lung : Cook on a Gas Range. t: InsuranceThe
f Special Conclave of j Every pattern a new. remedy, and on account of the great
CREW NOTICE. 1 v one and of them merit and of'Foley's ; Installed for thirteen dollars I
:' Neither the ,, \ Coeur DeUon Com many are ex-r popularity Honeyand i I
'$ 1 captain, owners \ ., ,'"/ U2 mandery, No.1.' elusive with us. -, Tar.many imitations are offered best to Insure
f t'; \ & Br. ss nor;ChelforJ consignees:will.of be:the re- .Knights; Templar for the genuine.: These worthlessJmltiations i j! Pensacola Gas long life to way pretty shirt
&r t14 epoos'ble: for debts con 7;?0 p. m. Thursday' names/' have similar sounding : Company I I Ii waistswhich are the pride
N Beware of them. The
f. April 19th. Grand genuine n
tracted by the of woman's heart, is
crew of said ves'eL VtsiUon by 'Eminent Foley"s'Honey and ,Tar !IS.In a yel Phone'148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. them the Star"
H. H. :1 send to
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low package. Ask fort .It and 4
refuse
I'' ;: HYER BROS.. Captain. Sir Work A.in M.the Cushman.Order H. 0., ANSON .any substitute. It is ;the best remedy +........NN1101111NNNNNN/NN10.1NOIN00.... to be done up.

tf Agents.KEEP of tee Temple, after for coughs and colds. 'W.,'A. D'Alem- e -.-
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which refreshments berte druggist and apothecary.. The Star Steam
s COOL. will be'served at the Southern Hotel. CASH'CLOTHIER: :. ": C3L.OCKL

o BUY YOUR UNDERWEAR NOW. Sojourning*" Knit, are courteous- I KEEP COOL. A good 8 day Parlor Clock.. .. ... ... . .. .t. ,... '!. '... .. .$5.00 Laundry.
t1 WATSON, PARKER & REESE" HAS \S Invited '" T BUY-YOUR' UNDERWEAR NOW, rA.good 8-day Parlor Clock, -with alarm h

t! THE SWELLEST LINE OF MEN'S HARRY W. GIBBS E. C. I Corner Palafoi ash title, -: WATSON,,PARKER & JiEESE; HAS :8-dar, fission ClocKs, $2.75 to....... ... h. .. .. ,.. .... ... ...$3.00 55.00 37 E SarOen St. Phone 114.
If. \ .UNDERWEAR' IN THE CITY. J W. ,HENRY-NEBDHAM ., D.. I THE SWELLEST LINE! OF MEN'S Repairing at reasonable prices. :
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