The Pensacola journal
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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 19, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
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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 )
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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_. .u-, ',,. :.. EARThQUAKE, : AND. FIRE ROOSEVELT- 5 [ [ l T 'O N L J. [Lester of Elected Tampa Grand is Unanimously > !


Late Reports Indicate Conditions in San *l THE QUEEN CITY. -S OF .3 :gone Market whole, especially city streetEARTHQUAKE I, of Sari that Francisco',portion l is south aibou of: BEEF[[f T TRUST Master. .


Francisco and Surrounding Country & The .city of San Francisco Is % FELT IN:, LOS ANGELES jI j

the commercial, metropolis of. i! DECISION[
& California and Is situated''on <$ Los Angeles April 18.-':From inquiries :

& the west shore of $an Francisco ii received in this city from St. Petersburg' Selected as ths

Much Worse Than ,' : :*V bay six miles from the # points in the east it appears that the< I II ,
are ocean. The population accord- impression has gone out that the< I I Next Meeting Place.
i} ing to the last census 'was % earthquake which caused guch devastation : -
Declares Finding
342,782. Lines of ocean steam- of. in San Francisco this mornin Judge Humphrey's i

*. ers connect with many points 3 also affected Los Angeles and other
at First Reported. in the orient South America S California points. .', Was a Miscarriage TELEGRAM OF CONDOLENCE IS

1 and Mexico giviD'gIt. a very 3 This is an entirely erroneous Im SENT STRICKEN ODD FELLOWS
S & large foreign and domestic\ com3 pression. There has been no earthquake ] of Justice.ASKS .
& merce. It also has Important in. southern Calfornia; and the IN CAL.IFORNIA-THE: GRAND

._ whaling and fishery interests. $ shocks that caused dama'ge in San
FLAMES, AREU1ICI1ECKID SOltfE 'OF.WORLD'S" 'GREATEST EARTHQUAKES.Year- & The manufactures pf the city Francisco were not felt south of! CONGRESS TO PASS MEASURE LODGE SESSION WILt. TERMINATE .
S S # of San Francisco 'are'numerous iii& Santa Barbara. The 'Associated Press TO-DAY-REC.EPTION AND
-S Killed and important the' largest 'be3 is requested by the commercial lute: STATING REAL INTEREST

Lisbon. .., .,' ., '.f.A-. .... ... '" .,. ... ..... ... ..1775 60,000 lag sugar, cigars,, :boots and 3 ests of this'city to correct this impres BALL A SOCIAL FEATURE.The .

% Cal labria.. .. .. .i*,*." ."." '." .-".. ... .*. .... ......1783 32,000 shoes': breweries, clothing flouring sion. AND GIVIN3 GOVERNMENT

Mouth River ''ndus.;' .;-. .*'. ,.... .. ,;. .. ... ...;... ...1819 ;* mills, fruit ,canneries, wire 3( 1GREAT S 'SAME RIGHT OF APPEAL IN
Northwestern Gree c:.:, ,.,, ;. ..... ...: ,.. .... ..-. .. .1870 cable works, foundry'and machine 3- LOSS OF LIVEREPORTED Fellows
Grand of- Odd
M Agram, Hungary ,.>;."-.4 ..* ........ .; .... ..T ,. ... .1880 &! shops, sash, {door and 3 AT SAN JOSE CRIMINAL CASES THAT DE yesterday elected Lod'ge.officers to serve
North Pacific ocean, coastof Japan, drowned by.tidalwave (blind factories., woolen mills, selected St.
for th
ENJOYS. ensuing and '
Thousands of lives lost and following., .. '.J .. .:.I... ... .. .-.. '. ... ..1896 27,000' <* etc., and an extensive. ship' 3 Oakland, April 18. Reports from FENDANT Petersburg as year the next place of '
building works : 3- San Jose indicate that the shock was
IN UNITED STATE'S.' meeting.
Hundreds s.of; Millions Worth The. city is the foal of a ?3 i severe there. Many buildings wen The entire morning session was
Oven's Valley, California. .,.... .... ..! .. ... .". .1772Massachusetts. branch of the United States fi demolished. and much loss, of life is By Associated Press. iracticaJly consumed in receiving re- ;

of Property Dasoyed.ciiii ...... '.. '. .. .. ... .. '.. ... .. .. .1755 mint and has many* attractive reported. Washington, April 18.-In a special iwrts from th* various committees :

New Madrid Mo..... ... ... a., .... .. .... .. ...1811Ynyo buildings and institutions.. $; message delivered to congress today after which the election of grand officers ,
. Valley, California. ... ... .. u: .. .....;.1868 Numerous. other., *'cities are STANFORD UNIVERSITY President Roosevelt declares the was the next matter In order. ;

Charleston, S. C..i.. ... ,,. .. ..... .... .. .. ..1886 situated in close p'roxlmity .to '$ PRACTICALLY DEMOLISHEE iresult of the recent trial of beef Grand Officers. .
: San Francisco whose packers at Chicago a "miscarriage oi I
HOUSE GONE popula- The following were elected! to"serve
/ *> tion added' that:;of the city, Oakland, April 18. Reports received .,, justice" and that the construction r as grand officers for the ensuing ::
& 'would ])iiD'gth number of peo- %"" at 2:15 p. m. 'fron Palo Alto say placed by Judge Humphrey on- the year:

made San Francisco famous' over the lerritory two mil? square, consuming *. pie in the zone" affected by thei!,I the Stanford! University Is practical will of congress such as "to" make It ;J. Lester;; Tampa grand master.- '
.' earthquake to if not I i.'demolished.. One tudent is reported. tha! will absolutely abortive. J. W. White Jacksonville deputy: '>
world has been laid in.ruins or burned blocks of business houses, newspaper nearly "
Hoted Stone Hostelry Swept Into killed. The message; which was most t ,
to the ground in the dire catras offices, churches and hotels. over a million. it grand master.A. .
T IPalo Alto Is 33 miles south of San: sensational in character, was based
: ill M. Cushman, Gainesville, grani :
trophe. (By the latest information the
the Sea. i- Francisco on- the Southern PacIfic<: largely on a letter to, the president
Never has the fate of a city 'beer building of the California Examiner 7f ". secretary.
: railroad. Hf re is located the Leland: from Attorney: General Moody in
more disastrous. ,For three mile: and Chronicle the ,Mrchants;; 'Exchange which the reviews George L. Branning, West Palm
Stanford Uniyersity founded by thE! attorney general '
the water front the' bufldln'ss; the Palace and Valencia Beach, grand treasurer. ,
along .the'motIon from'8:32: .| to 8:35 this late Senator*s.tanorj, and endowed bj the proceedings-of the case. Thomas C. Watson, Pensacola, supreme '. :
and tonight hotels other buildings
SHOCK SEVERE OVER TERRITORY have been swept clean and- large
it is clear
The president
morning. him with says
the blackened beams'and skeletons oi l have been destroyed-' fire./ ,, f S thirty million dollars. representative.I. : .
"The vibratory nation of .the 'The telegraph companies have bee that no criticism attaches to Commissioner secretary
SEVERAL HUNDRED MILES IN stand silhouetec Market I : I W. Blanding, Center,
factories and'Omce$ Everything: 'south' of street, ground -Washington was really a, forced to leave San. Francisco and I 'Garfield as"what he didAHQS national sanitarium.
against a back-ground of flames thai from :Eighth street ,to the waterfront ,: in of the duty imposed -
EXTENT-;.SANTA CRUZ SAN comparatively' slow ? and" -deliberaU I have established offices here. The Associated pursuance Grand Master Lester announced
is slowly spreading ov i'the city. and North of Market street motion, each back anfl fourth movement Press!. 'has arranged messenger ,. on him by congress. He refers the. following appointments:

JOSE, MONTEREY AND G1LROY: iF: ames devastated Montgomerj from Sansome to Broadway are A taking fifteea to twent;' service acres the' .bay.. sharpely] however, to the decision ol: W. E. Bailey, Satsuma Heights,
street, on, which,werE some of the gone. The Western 'Union and Eos- seconds .of time. .;-\ > Judge Humphrey saying that con grand c nd clor. ,
.SUFFER SEVERELY -:'SANTArROSA richest banks 'and commercial houses tai Telegraph buildings are complete- SITUATION RAPIDLY gress could not have foreseen such a Ojftrl'lF Pensacola
Block after block ".Of'banking house li wrecked.-.To: check the sreaj'o; VCINITY..OMNTANDPO.ST ,, decision and that he can:: hardly] believe marshal. .' .
DESTRO'E3-.SAN FRANCISCO massrof 'red-hot-mlns nJ; flame: number of the.buildings arbeing BECOMING, :.DESPERATE of Humphreywilt grand
are now a a OFRCE -DESTROYED I S >- S. the, ruling Judge George, T. ,SelfK DeLand, grand
It will 1 be mentis" before the money destroyed by dynamite. -upheld by other judges -, '
IN DANGER OF) UTTER Oakland, April 18-,2:35 p.id.ta'eat : -: chaplain. --. ; '*-S-. *- .
that was housed\ In' valuable vaults Practically all of the wholesale .New York, April 18. The-- Western reports from San Francisco Indicate He declares such an interpretation- E Shagart, DeEmlak.: gr nii ar.
DESTRUCTION., can be reached. The suffering and district Is burned and the flames are Union operator in San. Francisco that, the situation. is becoming,, "of law' "comes measurably near making dian. "5

hardship of the poor beggars deschp- spreading to the Haves Valley district states the whofe! district in the vicinity desperate. '(Fire is' stillr raging furl' law 'a farce," and recommends: W.: J. H. Taylor, Key West, grand

tion and unless-supplie.s reach' the cay the residence portion of San I of the post office and min ously in- all parts of Ine"" city. It, i is!: that congress pass an .act stating its [herald.
within twenty four hours starvatiorwilll : Francisco.: has been destroy impossible to estimate the number 01: real intent. l| Adjournment was taken\ at 1

Oakland, April 18.-Earthquake: add to the, awful calamity. f The, City Hall, a seven; million dol- '* deaths but they .ar.e. believed to exceed '. 'The president requested' congress .o'clock until 3 o'clock.
and fire today caused the greatest ,, lar structure, collapsed spon after SECOND EARTHQUAKE: --1t. '. three hundred._ ,- ," to confer on the government, by | St Petersburg Selected.
calamity California has eV. r known.It. NOTED CLIFF HOUSE ; the shock. 5- CAUSES GREAT' DAMAGE: ,, statute, the same right of appeal in. I The selection of the next meeting

San Francisco alone the estimates SWEPT INTO I THE SEA !Fire Chief- Sullivan: is reported. In PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT I criminal cases which de ?ndant noienjoys place] for the Grand Lodge was the
the merits of the
---- Los Angeles April 18.-Official i information first matter taken at the afternoon
of loss life Both OFFERS FEDERAL up
of vary from 200 to 2500. a serious condition. legs ara ASSISTANCE
,. have not been: determined.
San Francisco April -The Cliff from the office of the Su: I session. Palatka.] Ocala, and
The of the is not expected to
entire business portion broken and he
city i is in rums. and flames which,, House, the reat pleasure resort and perlntendent of the SouthernPacifi( Washington,! April 18.-President,., H? closes the message by saying: 'St. Petersb urg were placed in nOm! ,
show place of the city, which( stood live.Reports Railway this afternoon ,says a .dispatch "I therefore recommend that congress tation and the last named was the ..
owing to lack 'of water cannot be from cities near San Francisco Roosevelt today manifested profouni]t ] act stating.
a declaratory
foundation of solid rock has! was received there dated Sai pass winner large majority on CIa
a ,. by
upon destruction
be interest
checked, except by blowing up with show the gen In news from San Francis its "intention."
dynamite buildings In their path, are been swept Into the sea. Nothing eral. Santa Rosa, sixty miles north Francisco at 2:45'p.' m., transmitted< co. Early In the day ht}: sent a telegram \first ballot. '.
stands to tell 'where the-monster stone estimated damage over crossed wires, to th? effec One of the pleasing incidents of
itill sweepingthrough the city.It is in flames and to Mayor Sphmltz expressing,
is utterly impossible to estimatethe building once stood. i Is over one million dollars.. The that additional: earthquakes were experienced sympathy and offering any assistant received, selling became heavy and 111.3 session was the presentation of t:! -
there this afternoon and I Grand Mastef .13. L. Baldwin
property loss accurately, though .t.'less of life Is not known. in his power. He later wired Cover. prices broke violently. A feature of mast
that terrible has been done jewel. The presentation
conservatlv.9 estimates place the lossat THOUSANDS RUSIHING At Napa many buildings are scattered damage nor Pardee asking- there was anything .. the market was the decline in San a fifty-year

over one hundred million dollars. TO ,HILLS FOR SAFETV and the loss la over thre!) hun-. )t.!Buildings the city and are the burning prospects in"all at part tha:! ; the federal government could dc. Francisco street railway shares,,'\<."2S behalf made of by the Grand order.Master Mr. Baldwinhas Binklcyiu '

Thousands .of people are homelessand dred thousand dollars. to aid. which showed a net loss for the day
San Francisco, April J8. -At ten I hour were that the city would be almost ] S -# been a member of the Odd Fellows
many' are huddled In the parks of sixteen and one-half points The,
for the fifty-seven years.
past ;
and public square, beside th.2 house- o'clock tonight the' fire In unafoate the INiSANE( ASYLUM ATAGNEWS Federal .troopS at the ferry'pre" SALINAS- SUFFERS LOSS stock went off at one time 29j, but On' motion the Installation of officers .
to <
tolj: goods they: were able to save. and thousands are-.steering' DEMOLISHED vented everyone from leaving thE; OF ONE MILLION DOLLARS I later ,recovered. was made a special order for
The hilte and clamoring for places on ferryboats ;
city Is under martial law and -- at 11 o'clock.Congratulations .
this morning
all downtown streets, are patrolled to cross 'the 'bay. It is believed '., Los Angeles, April 18.-News from A dispatch was received from E. H Salinas, Cal., April 18.-A terribK DEAD ESTIMATED ATTWENTYFIVE Received
fcy eavalrr and infantry, General the damage has reached two nun Niles confirms" the report'that the; in- Harriman[ president of the Southen earthquake occurred here this morning HUNDRED During the afternoon session a
Frederick 'Fanston is in comand. Details dred million dollar, and fifty pious' sane asylum at Agnews has teen de- 'Pacific this afternoon ordering thE. and another' again this afternoon'f telegram from the Grand Lodge of :

of troops are guarding the and people are homeless.; molished., SIt officials ,to get a direct wire to Sai The loss is one million "dollars.; It F;;I Los Angeles, April 18.-A despatch I USD-land1! expressing congratulations

tanks. J is reported that every stone Francisco .at all hazards and get re- impossible to. reach San Francisco b3]r from Oakland says the fire is gainingin : and best wishes for a harmoniousand
Most of the principal buildings are NIGHT ADDS TO THE .'buildIng .at San Jose was either liable information at any cost. A re \ wire of telephone. ..' "",' San Francisco and. the entire city profitable session was received. JJJ

already destroyed and over all the HORRORS OF SITUATION 'wrecked or badly damaged. It is I jjl'y was sent him that the sitnatioi l! is in danger.An I. Sympathy for California. '

scene of desolation hangs a dense .. not known. If there was great loss of was worse this afternoon than thi:! EARTHQUAKE SHOCKS extra issued here at 5:30: this During the meeting the appalling ". '
Pall of smoke," \ Francisco..Aprl\ Sr-ight added life at San Jose, but there was evi morning amiI j! that the prospects o REACHED' TO NEVADA afternoon! estimates! the number of.catastrophe that befell an Francisco
The 'fire''burnt: over an area' of, to the hofrprs( as, darkness fell,. dently some. getting wire communication wa;: % i deaths in San Francisco at twenty.:end'the state of California was made

eight square miles, equal to :on The sky is Illuminated In all} dIre 'practically of the question. Washington April t8-A Westen 1, five hundred. I known to the Grand Lod'ge. The following -
hundred city blocks., I tlons. The flames: have' spread Inti I LOSS TO 4 P. M. ESTIMATED They informed Mr; Harriman tha:t Union despatch received late this af.; telegram was Immediately

The, first shock put the entire the residence districts and the peoplE t AT ONE .HUNDRED MILLION an engine carrying reports from Sai 1 reported as far east as Hazen. Neva'i{ SANTA ROSA'RUINED; sent:
water'" works system practically out' have left their homes and fled to thE<, Francisco had been dispatched fo::d 1 ternoon says earthquake shocks an THREE HUNDRED KILLED W. W. Phelps, Riverside. Cal

of commission. This added 1 to the parks and .squares i- S "' San Francfcco, Afcril 18.-The latjest -the south and given the right of wa:," reported as far east. as Hazen, Neva I I The Grand Lodge of Florida now
terror of the situation. S A series 'rather severe shocks a1; T'f1OTtSht! police headquarters' over all other trains. It is expecte*Ida. The Southern Pacific brough: Sacramento April 18. 'Dr. Stone:in annual session tender fraternal

The dreadful. "earthquake shock 7 o'clock tonight increased the terro:! show the. entire district surrounded .ti: > reach Los Angeles some time toni into San Francisco' a ton of dynamite,I superintendent of the Napa State Hospital -'tytnpathy to our brethren in their

came at precisely. :13 o'clock thismorning and many left homes "t&at were' not ii] L by Vallejo, :East and. Sons me ht. for' 'use, if necessary; to prevent thE telephones the governor's office i distress..
; the motion apparently danger. _- ,- streets, embracing practically the ,en spread of the flames. t'that an automobile has arrived therewith ,: A. :-M. CUSHHAN.
being from east to west. The 1. tire wholesale district has ,been ANOTHER SHOCK FELT'IN The company dismantled] two build- news that Santa Rosa is ruined Secretary.The .

Fret upheaval of' the earth was MANYCITIES, HAVE ,swept by fire. The district boundedby CITY OF OAKLANt ings, hoping to check the approach oi r and between two and three hundred Grand Lodee met last night in
gradual but in a few seconds: it 'Increased SUFFERED.GREATL\ Market, Eighth and Folsom the flames toward the eneral offices persons have been killed. the new Odd Fellow's hall with the

In intensity. '. Chimneys reran streets has ,been devastated. In the Oakland April 18.-(8:45 p. m.-- No one is allowed to. enter the citj r Rebekahs..
to fall and buildings to crack, Oakland.April 18>-At San-Jose thE! tetter district was include' most of Another sharp earthquake shock ha! and boat and train] are crowdet I ENTIRE CITY MAY BE TCHlay's'Program..
tottering on their foundations.x Thepeople Vendome Hotel !annex' was' ball: ;;,r the city's finest and most ,substantial. ] just been felt on this side of thbay. < with refugees escaping. DESTROYED: BY FIRE 9 a. m.-Closing Session of th9

,became panic stricken andrushe.d' wrecked and ten or ,fifteen person:!, buildings; It lasted about five seconds.LUNATICS ,- Grand Lodge. ,
Into the streets most of them killed. The Doherty block ,Is completely 'The area covered by flames to the NO ESTIMATE OF THE 'San Francisco, April' 18, ((10 p.m.-1" 3 p. m.-'indication of New Odd

U their night attire. They were burned and two were' killei I present time is boqt eight square ROAMING ABOUT DEAD CAN BE MADE: It looks now as if the entire city will Fellow's Hall. _
met by showers of falling buildings water available STATE OF PANIC::1 : 8 m.-!Ball in honor of officers
there. Every business building In th tricks, cornices and walls city is demolished and the city I ii I i and blowing up buildings by dynamite New York. Apri IS.-The Western I are trying to get matter to Oaklandby and members of the Graft* Lodge of at
'Many'were instantly crushed to is the only way of checking the Ban! Francisco April. 18.-A. San .new Odd Fellow's Hall corner
death under martial law. It Is'estUnatet l Union hasa, ',dispatch from San Francisco -I boat but it is very uncertain. The
while others were horribly flames. Most of the buildings untouched :Jose railroad man reports that the t Bclmont and Bayen streets
that fifty have been killed.Passengers stating that though no accurate !government is furnis'hingtugs but
lnang1ed.! Those who remained in- : arriving from othe r by flames have been greatly insane asylum at Agnews is a total estimate of the dead can be mane, the confusion is so great they cannotbe

Udoors. generally 'escaped' with their cities in California: brInk tales o 1 damaged by the earthquake shocks. wreck, many inmates being killed. bulletins place] the ,number.at five hun relied upon. duty assisting the police. The loss of
4 In
The pecuniary loss at this hour, p. Seven hundred persons were
disaster Santa Cruz, Monterey dred. --- thousand The
death and is probably one
It life
Is less atc offi
, believed that more or conservatively estimated This report has been
Holllster sufferei I m was building. fire burning and not yet under IMPOSSIBLE SAVE district has
Gilroy: and The ,,is best part of the residence
velJ family in the city sustained ;, hundred million dollars. cially confirmed and it Is added! that
some lose severely The death 3Ust Sfc SahtJ scores of the inmates who escaped .control l. although water is now. UNITED STATES. MIMT not, been burned."

The tall sVTel frame structures Cruz, is reported: .large.. SEISMIC DISTURBANCEFELT are roaming the country. in a state available] for fire ,purposes. I i An order will go forward from the
18. It Is reportedthat
&ood the strain better than brick Oakland April war department tomorrow to adjacent
wildings. Some of the docks and GREAT. DEVASTATION' IN, WASHINGTON of panic. IMMENSE 'BUILDINGS the mint In San Francisco is posts to carry out General Punsoii's -

height sheds water front _IN '-SAN J FRANCISCC., CUTS WRECKED WITH DYNAMITE afclaze! and from outside indicationsare : recommendations.
Washington, April 18.-The weather It. Fire
.!w into in it will be imposible'to save -
deep fissures opened 1 OFF FROM
ued-jri ground near 'the shore, andthe I San Francisco, April !18,-This cit:r, bureau this afternoon Issued! the Oakland April 18 The Palace Hotel surrounds it on every hand. FLAMES ARE SPREDING
was practicallywreckea by an eartl]1 following special report regarding has been 'destroyed and the-Postal and "
Union ferry depot is IrteparabltA Washington: April .18.--Secretary IN EVERY DIRECTION
1t ed. Quake at five ten this morning; Th(i the San Francisco earthquake: earthquake of'War Taft was advised by the Western Unicn buildings and the magnificent GENERAL FUNSTON SENDS -
Hall shock lastad three nUnutes- thou-I The great San Francisco that there new Union Trust Company CALL FOR ASSISTANCE o'clock
portion of the new City the Bosch Western\ Union to-night Oakland] A'PriI18-At eight
lihch! sands of buildings were damage cost more than seven millionlIars weather was no communication with San to-night the fire is increasing in violence
and tfestroyed and bun4reds.If no l Omorl Seismograph at- the 'been dynamited! -'' Washington. April 18.-The first
has collapsed. to l'ar, Francisco by any route. The Western and spreading! in all directions
of people :>ere killed an Scarcely had the earthquake rhousands nineteen Union has its chief office in Oak- in both the business and residence
.evltamen1are l :t,beginning at eight hours, tonight. It addressed -
caed to shake when fierce fires injured. The terror and' seventy- land. EARTHQUAKE'CAUSES ton arrived was districts.
hoke out simultaneously In many indeacrlbabl ; minutes, twenty seconds. : BREAK IN STOCK MARKET to Secretary) Taft says: It is reported that while a building

Places. The fire department responded :Most of the people were. sleeplni 'fifth meridian time.t disturbance SAN FRANCISCO ISPRACTICALLY "We need thousands of tents-and all .was being dynamited] a premature
promptly, but found Itself at the tlma: and rushed" Into th<<< The record shows a at'Wash DEMOLISHED. New York Apri- 1S.-merewas a the rations that can. be sent The explosion killed fifteen, men. The
hppess] as the water mains w.sre streets undressed.' 'Buildings, swayed 'jof considerable magnitude enough. sharp break in the stock market today business portion of the city is destroyed Terminal hotel at the Waterfront

ft'nde.red useless by the undergroundOVement and crashed, burying their occu- Icgton, although not severe The recording New York, April 18.-According to 'owing to the San Francisco earth- and about one hundred thousand -and' Market streets fell to-day and:
The fireman then resort- !Slants and added! to" the :horrors 0:l to be felt by individuals. off here by the West quake. When the first news indicating people are homeless. The fire
: dispatches
ed to buildings fire broke',out and,' pen was. carried I ; The troops all on (Continued on (page Four.)
dynamite. Jailing violence Of Telegraph Company, the the seriousnesa'of the Disaster was Is -still raging. are ;
short Ua.e. ?wept i i 1{the record sheet br.ine ernUnion
nearly] ,every famous landmark that in an amazing'; .


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j : Twenty, forty, S1It .,i(" 't:-"

tuc doses treatment repeated In. ,many THE CHILDREN ENJOY i?

tLfr Wilson's Hair .
Grew Miss
pupils naturally followed ', .
.( .-
and often.(rled larger I. ,'".
prescribed by their of doors and out of the games which they play and the enjoyment '-< -.......; '.

ended by bringing one and the efforts which they make, comes the,greater part of that \ "......

s1 tM'rr7tt AND WE CAN 'drugs we have 'at our nt which is so essential to their happiness when grown. When F : .

q 'day portant, into result ill repute.achieved : needed the remedy which is given to them to cleanse,and sweeten and h-f: ; :;. :.,.

stant lEtorfto beneSt organs on which it acts, should be such as physicians would t ":. '

and alleviate their ; its component parts are known to be wholesome;and the remedy \ ::; :

it impetus given '*to '. I every objectionable quality. The one remedy which physicians and APiTr ...\
IT.Danderine Tae history of m -'
PROVE dates back to' the ; t appror and recommend and which the little ones enjoy, I'\'.J; '.
New York Medical pleasant fiavor'its gentle action and its beneficial effects, is-Syrup .{'::\ :)';.

the last years of the : for the same reason it is the only laxative which should be used by ": -I'l.-:":
r-r tur). by Elihu H. '.nith, ; ..."'.'. .
II to the'old method of :\ ers. ;:-::cv
,, who believed and taught Figs is the only remedy which acts gently, pleasantly and naturally : ;:: --:

frI : as* 1798 that yellow irritating, or nauseating and which cleanses the system effectually, ;;" -- : ,

directly contagious. : that constipated habit which results from. the use of the oldu"_ (W".y'.

f century also marks the and modem imitations, and against which the children should be so ?..\...<:' .. .
Epoch. Both students ..... ,
{ J- I Is So If would have them to manhood ,, : :.":' '
I _ Exhilarating, rifled graves regardless ; you grow and womanhood, ..' ::::: :

: Invigoratingand dition for .dissectiE'j and happy, do not give, them medicines, when medicines are not :: :;::..<

r11. I an age of dev i'cpment; ; : : nature needs assistance in the way of a laxative, give them only .:...:='.::'
: .
.. r strengthening to both the hair and scalp that even present the anatomical'system of ; : ::::: t and gentle Syrup: of Figs. '... '

'a. ; 1il profoments.a 25c. bottle of It it at Is once often imparts enough to a gparkting showiroaderful brilliancy- gery were' laid. j ::: : is due not only to the excellence of the combination of the laxative ?: ..-'. =::. .:

pI,. and velvety softness to the hair and a few weeks' use Wt: the dawning of plants with pleasant aromatic syrups and juices, but also to our / "'1"
ff I will cause new hair to sprout out an over the acalp,and century, Paris! and the ; : of manufacture and as you value the health of the little ones, do <'<"'' \.
grow abundantly long and beautifuL Use U 7" .
day ,
FA B; -T. t for awhile after which two or three ttmes a week wlij stood supreme.At that ; of the substitutes which unscrupulous dealers sometimes oiler to : '
f : : be enough to complete whatever growth you desire. be remembered: there profits. Please to remember- the full name of the 7 \
medical "schools in ;; Company- ,..f ;
Pennsylvania school the FIG SYRUP CO.-is printed on the front of every package. In /.

school (about to '.;Ive :::: order to get its beneficial \.-.-.:\' ., '
i I; and the Baby Harvard .... .' "
'. effects .t' always neces- ". ,: ..
.. '
; \ V .
this time the question : I. .. '. ..- .!
"What' has America, !} \.#: sary to buy the genuineonly. < 'K\\ "... ",j_r j..:l./;..... '

the cause of Medicine: ?" ] : r :''V'i For sale'by all reliable ...1.'v/\J. ,: J'J"J': '., .1.

r !- I .swer was, "Pract al1y 1' :; \ :: Pi.\; : druggists. ("! .:;'...' ,: :.'"\. ,;:-t<..(..\' '.\. r (.".......:: .....'.;.";1.
NOW at all druggists, In three sizes, 25 cents,' As I am anxious to : : t".r ':;:.' ..... .r "'..r "". ;:.. .i1
i 1 fr 50 Cents and $1 iOO per bottle-: -- '' ,: f--;. '.'...4-d ..... ,. ...,... .. .1 !
V j sighf. nt waaj.rhair. k l .
."'o'... .... .. ) t..... .. .:. .' '... ...
Lmi V that time we will s pp } s : :- ..,_. t ( ..Z7; ... .. ." P.-, -1. ..I.
To show how quickly Danderine acts, we : ..- ....... . \: I"l \" ,
: ;. :/
:. t' ;
FREE 'to .. -I .."" ..: .
tion have been j L. .
pL 'fl ". .. ... .. .
I will send a large sample free by return mail to : ..:..- .../ ., .,;'..-..-, ..... .... s---... 'C.'f.' J I .. .1..t. \:
.. .r. .
night! and as ; ; '. ::;.... .... .... ( w : ffl'. .. -' 4".
one who sends this advertisement ;the ; : ... "' :. .. )
to .
any Knowlton \
\ '. .
'f( : --e.- ( 'c
deavor to give n''part al ., i.i' : 1 'c'.' .". .. .
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Latest Photograph of '_ ". .
Danderine CO. Chicago with their and address F : : : j\ .f \. :" ;; .: : t. ;
: Miss Carrie Wilson 3728 64th Place Chicago! j and ten cents in silver, or stamps, to pay postage.name J friends across the sea: _.' 'e...'::..._...l.J,---1---j'/..,i. ,: t t f Fi'. .';: .I t; ,:!;,yi'' .i II:\--.J. \",.J:",'-i.\ :: ,'.j.;;' : :' 4. ,.\-. ,".-:.,.:.'
c }Mitchell
ha fircf tflivota of New tVio <...........';! .:,.. "':"" 0.I I ; I ; ', : .l'\: "iI.';;;;. "&:':''' ',4q4' A-\ I
; : .r't. :i! ('"
-- w : 1 :' ; .: ..-- \ -
.u artery,w'l 1895: Gtison ?I ': "_ :.. -.oi.r .... .:" -
e'; y
study of symptoms and Hoffman the I the first to tie the ; !'... .-s-.. :'. '.-'--'''''' ::. vy':\ .. \oJ .. ,
I: PRESENT AND FUTURE first to attack the "humoral theory," entine Mott the first to : ; p ; '. -!<' .; ...' -.'!....:.....:.,... F'" .. ''' 1. ......'".. .'I",l'"
I both lived In that time. In that ce& operation successfully. ':' '" ?.:..'\-... ....... :--" ':'.':,,.:,., \.:. ..t"5., .. I.. I'"'....
.-.1il': : I rit.::: :: : : "::-'' ".! '
tury of fops and periwig-pated feliowj operating on a!caSe of :: '. trdi-/ \b "'*--'hJ"m.. ... .
OF THE MEDICAL jLinneus the :I c.V, { J :. .. : ::: ; >. ;.. .i.....
was considering parasitic
I SCIENCES; intended to tie the : -. -t.. ._. .. ..._'!t L' "'-- ":. Ii' ....'...ei: h'.7'0'1'0, ..). "."
origin of disease. ( ..,,
nominate artery lie ; :$.1'''' \ ;''''' ::-'tri. .f 1. 4

I : Those men were struggling in the branch so diseased that ; .,=:." "- I'', :..!!.";,:....:;:t': :ti:':'?;>';... f. <<;-.l\'.. _L.'S""l_...;{_ ,;l. '':.. '..
dark. "Tls not in mortals to command attempt dissected! ; -- "Ji ..:. .J... .N.\.O'C '\. ...I"..'.. t. ..
his deeds. Then after a long interval\ innominate itself. ;;! \ _._.. ,. ; .. ... .\ _.:
success, but do more, Sem- then } : .
Eloquent Oration Delivered by Dr. the philosopher, and last, the .man, of I I k
proneus we'll deserve it, and if ever, operation ne jawoKe. 10: -- -
science.: Rome did notfpro-
:1 S. R. Mallory Kennedy at duce a Galen Legendary! nor Medievelism a I' mortals for deserved success, they did, famous. 'Mott's patient for : Craw ---
yet ,
: ; generations men'were born died and the credit .- _
Thomas -
t Hully ; : 30,
and died and Harvey and Sydenham; cessful operation of this .
Gainesville. It Is not surprising when one."stopi and Hoffman and Linneus did! little: longs to A. W; ijinyih, a. it His

to consider the conditions of affairE! for them. To us, their work means. surgeon. Mott was' also and _ t.
that existed when our forefathers settled much. To them "Tla true, 'tis p'.ty: amputate the;:entire .. for the -

'this country, that medicine as a and pity 'tis, 'tis true" their discoveries of Kentucky first mp .t jaw. .
THIRTY-THIRD ANNUAL MEET science should 4'
; have taken tow -
tons a
so meant but little. Nor can I Joint in 1806. (Physic 11ra1_- -
: j4 MEDICAL time to develop. Men of science were leave off until I have said a word of absorfoable ligatures } and -
.... scarce. One reads of doctors. but like '
Lady Mary Worttey Montague who } rest -
scientists apply td hip joint : -
were few.
ASSOCIATION' CONVENED IN about 1721 came to England and this, in dpp&itibn to the : did not
.h Now if such were the case inEu'ropewe brought with her, the story of inoculation his time.; He. was also ts possi
'q1 THAT CITY YESTERDAYGREATit : must naturally look for little in'a for realize
smallpox the greatest thing of the tonsnfpt me. '
wilderness. Let us hurriedly onwhat j'I and
see ,
MANIFESTED. ever yet done by a woman for medicine. York first >lg&ted h
INTEREST American In those
medicine. (
Of course, she 'had her sponsors Deiderifck of .Tennessee !! ] years
days build. '
had to con
and am
; together they brought her to remove tiLl inferior
i England, during .the seventeenth
: new discovery to the front: Not. how. JamerAon of Baltimore DASHING
century, had the degenerate Stuart
-ro1 Special to The Journal. ever without opposition. The uneducated excision of the superior
IS.-The thirty- family to contend with. ?arty % c.
p4k .Gainesville ceeded became frightened and the ren of Boston was the
'\ third annual meeting of the Florida I party. Roman Catholics and learned, who were skeptical took lit. pate the parotid gland.
v Medical Association convened here to. Presbyterians per ecutd each ether tle stock In it. 'Eren the'clergy took Cincinnati In 1848 was
in turn. Then suH'enlyInto .
day. The attendance was good and up arms and preached''against "sub- -
use digital
compression __
t the eighteenth 'ceatury, with !its f.f'I
I i treat Interest is being manifested InMe foolish kings, and its "MiscroscopiC verting the decrees of.Providence; and aneurism. The, first 0 .
.work of the association which .is Literature." America resisting the punishment of God." I cision of the tongue was v. .. .
l,..! composed of representative physicians to those meant nothing know even in our day, that in some Harris while Swift of'' -.., r.c tm s.'Ui t's.
people that Is. nothing .
(.1I, from all portions of the state. than did the south; to the north,more during localities there opposition to vaccination was' the first to use ..rSVJ -: 11.C ...-... _...
4 f.. ;Dr. S. R. Mallory Kennedy was orator ibased on nothing stronger treatment of fractures. _
the carpet-bagging .lays. It
1 of the occasion and at the evening a 'good place to come for graft. was Lit than ignorance and I can well imagine ary with phyeid, was & d -ait
j held at the court house 1 1Ie I : how in that
; session day of superstition they IDowell, the first, &
!, tie colonizing was done In Cromwell's : ftOBQCS.
tonight delivered a most eloquent ad-] could believe the whole art-to be the ovatotomy. -For -
time. After him the !. Ii
restoration _a :: '" = Ie
: dress. to a large audience. iDr. Keni. work of the devil.
est SUI'6eons'ot the old
of the ''Stuarts and with ibis
a reaction Lr G e" m
nedy spoke as follows: set in, and immigrants left ror Us in America, no earlier data ed upon this operation
: Mr. Chairman, Ladies and Gentle- Europe.for America. What with seiz than June 27, 1721 can Ibe as important and it remained! for a t tJfor
i. ; men:-One might imagine from the I I,f ing and' settling the middle colonies I I for on this Jay ,Dr. Boylston-In western wilds of &1iI; ng a mvott CD& da c "' R
subject that I am a fortune teller or, oculated his thirteen strate its feasibility. It mreali.7donotC' t.l I
fighting the French and Indians, men year old son. %Ri ,
r: &-palm reader, and'that I will conclude had little Ume for study, and few masters This was just six'weeks after Lady timated that one (; aad au.to Mxs.: Ward t1tt:
L my, remarks by saying that I have .to teach them. Mary Wortley Montague was Inoculated added to the lives of .

1 : established myself in your beautiful Out of all this trouble and turmoilour in England. From what has already women annually by this : :
t : city, and am prepared to read your been tO ..Ia bw.WQJZme.
ancestors were gaining experience said, you can,see that not Walcott of 'Milwaukee
t: lives as though it were an open book until the eighteenth 0uc:1. $UG
1'4.f. and "were being brought in closer century did medicine to remove the kidney.
f for the small sum of a quarter of a touch with Europe. and while I have, as a science really amount to mold first trephined for .] ,hsii&Me """ _!1.vI. t ./'

+ 1i r dollar. said that scientists were few the anything! in America It; is. true that The modern world owes ""M&If1C($17"1.
;f While I have no doubt that this I I before this MEAD & COMPANY
seventeenth century did not roll by time .there had lived men can ever pay to the ori ,
would be, both a pleasant and a profitable without who had laid good solid foundations ( I
producing some great men. Sims in gynecology. 372 Fifth Avenue NewYork
l occupation, I shall however, content The brilliant Harvey was born in England -but it remained for others to erect the surgeons is due the (

'fJt; : myself with a brief review ofmedicine in 1578 who later on, in 1616, edifice, and those' others were of a progressive work in --
r in the past medicine as we Vas to teach'the true functions the',true American type. Many were ,>!th-i gery. Let all doff their : :\

.I practice It today and do a little guesswork circulation of the blood. With him out foreign training; men who beganto I phy. In 1&85' an l _. ....... ...,.. .-

; regarding the future. It has was .Rene' Descartes, who Huxley see things for .themselves. was the first to op.en the
j ; been said by' Mumford that throUgb.h tells us, was' the first to show' that In those days the physician! was a the removal of the

":..:!..!, out the history of man action comes vital! phenomena like "all other phe:. man of affairs. ''Specialism' was almost discovery and House This Spring

Fr! first The fighting male with his I nomena are finally resolvable into unknown, and it was not unusual sia, America, stands out !
E'i: fists,. his clUb, his battle axe and his i matter and motion. SYd nham the to find the'village'doctor following there were divers claim !
aword. After him, the poet, telling of first to show us the value of the several vocations at one .and the the discoverer the I the house look better and certainly adds to its llf?

\ same time.Previous. ly granted by Europeans Paint, seml-p ste, one gallon makes two, $1.75;
I'1\; -JI to and _just after. tho Rpv.... ed States. Whatever :| Sunproot Paint, ready-mixed, $1.50; Painters',
--' -1- - -- olutlon, there were established- --- -hospitals to whom the credit sh I b 8, best bristle 15 cents to 200. Full line Bond

--------- ---- and medical,schools. and prob- it; is undisputed that Eighty"A I Hardware. Let us bid on estimate.

I ably the most important these, vas ton first practically
1: the school and hospital in- Philadelphia Mill Company
THE "DODGING PERIOD"of and the greatest figure of the -- f ,

t" times was Benjamin,Rush statesman, J.
moralist, .educator, and physician.. : Last Carslam Streef. J
tal i i This 'man of .
many fields stands ---
I l I of a woman's life, Is the name often given to the "change of life." !' shining example 'of the Cosmopolitan as a / -

'''Y urmenses come at long Intervals and grow scantier until they 1 learning of the day. His most impor- i )
-stop. Some women stop suddenly. The entire change lasts three tant gained work his was knowledge upon yellow the fever.disea He Ie ]

iij i\ k or four years, and It is the cause of much pain and discomfort. during the epidemic in Philadelphia Fop Infant Iar.ff.L: : I : )

; which can however, be cured, by taking I In 1793. Thirty-one years had elaps- Food I
ed since yellow, fever had -shown Itself :
If in Philadelphia, and, although For all

Jt : WINE Rush could recall it, he was far from which
: being familiar: with it He knew Milk or

CARDU1.I enough about it. however, to report is used .

t OF the first criticised.case, for (which"Twas he ever was thus severely :

t from childhood's" .hour.") The health

authorities) however Investigated!I Eagle

}t Woman's Relief and in' about four weeks confirmed! I Skin Bone Pains Swellings
his diagnosis by making public the I ,

fact that there had already been.forty! I[ If yon have aches heals all 8eab,Scales Eruptions.Watery
P It quickly relieves the pain, nervousness, Irritability, miserable- I deaths. Rush tells us. .that the number :: ana pains in bones, Blisters, by giving pure,bealtbj Wood H
IV back
I cess, forgetfuhess fainting dizziness hot and cold flashes: weakness at this time was nearer one hun- -( j ItOhiflgBcftbby and Joints affected parts. .
dred and fifty. : Skin
I feels
tired feeling etc. Cardul will bring you, safely through this Convenient i hot,8wolle n Glands CANCER
We and
are told
I by his tiographera
that Rlilngi ana
13 "dodging period "and build strength for the rest of life. f "if 1 I
up your your Rush stood for any one thing, it I nomical. oa the Skin Mucus
I Patches Ta*
: At all druggists In $1.00 bottles.. Try it was a return to normal conditions, modification ( | Sore Throat.in Mouth PlmplesCopper.Colore., mont PnDPnrat1nBweIflng.YatlnSoGt 11IJ7 Ulcen. B.B.B. 1s theor.i
pure air, 'Water.\: urcis and a. firm any > belief that nature was.capable of I Unsweetened) I I Spots,all ran down persistent Pimple Swelling, 8tIfl51DtTloeronanypartoj
cur .
ft i' Pales take Blood Balm and they will Us*
WRITE US A LETTER EVERYTHING BUT DEATH ing her curable di eases.'" But he, P"re tailing out,take appear before, they develop Into Cacceft
r freely and frankly an ". added to: this, the overuse of certain ..41 : Botanic Blood Balm B.B.B.) Is pleat
1 t
suffered :
telling us your writes Virginia Rcbson, druis. He III, Guaranteed ant and sale to take. Thoroughly tested
1t nh1es. We will send Free Advice (in of Easton, Md., "until J took Cardui; he championed bleeding and; Rloh ;: j ; most deep seated for 80 years. Composed of Pare Botan13
4 plain, sealed envelope). AMress: La- which cured me so quickly it surprised constantly confused cause with ef : .stop all ache and Ineredlenti. fctrengthens Weak Stem
fect, and symptoms -with disease. He : mags,makes blood achi, caret Dygpepsia. Price f 1 per
dies'AdvlsoryDeptThecbattanoeg By doctor, who' didn't know I was asserted que, the modern the body into a large bottle. Take a* directed. If DOS
,Jiadldn* Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. taking It." that "inflammation was the has changed. With the cored when sighs quantity If taken.
result of feverJ That he' was an en- ...., E Scnfct money refunded. Sample Bent Free by
of bacteria *
theaction' ,
thusiast 'and I writing Blood Balm Co.,Atlanta,Ga.
__ IIii an .optimist* may. be the Blood. B.B.B Tour trouble,and special tree medical
k gathered from some of his writing, Itching and advice to aoit your can, Also eat.l4
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'!&TYL ,ILJT u 0U EST1QN' ":for ing By the the fund.Thursday*benefit Knights. ot of their Columbus build I'I'a,I SPECIAL BARGAIN SALE OF SilKS !F

April 26 "

< I AIRED on steamer 'Monarch; leaving :
I Palafox wharf at 7 o'clock 1 From the Semi-Annual Clearance Sale of

P. m.FARE.

Ivll a nll Ill I I 50 CENTSA One of the Leading Silk Mills of America.

-- Mayor Bliss and Chairman In" .

Styleis graham Discuss Matterat If you want MUSIC to have MAKER good music buya THURSDAY FRIDAY ADD SATURDAY

good piano. If you want your children ]

very important, length .to have a musical education buya ,
good piano. It is worth all it costsas
The style would of our Clothing Is' The costs an as investment a .family. and investment.more than Our it We will offer 5,000 .yards of this season's latest Silks, including: the new Pm.and Stephen
see Broadway
what you on I Water Company- terms make it- for Checks and Hair Line effects in Queen's White Blues Blacks Greens and Browns '
or Fifth Ave. question was again 'aired by tne possible every hometo I Gray, : .

members of the Board of .Public piano.enjoy the possession of a gbod Choice this beautiful assortment of Fine, All-Silk Taffetas and Louisine:___________49G
QUALITY is more importantand eatety at they meeting of the body Drop in and see us'about the
last. t..No.,2-A<< choice line of Taffeta and Foulard Silks all colors worth 59c
if you buy here you can night. The Discussion was) matter.CLUTTER ; Fancy newest _,

bank on getting the best qual-! lengthy culminated and in at the times adoption animated, and a MUSIC Pensacola HOUSE, Fla., and 69c per yard, special__-__ ------ _______________________________________32c

ity. resolution have a water offered! pressure by Mayor test Bliss within to Special Bargain Sale of Ladies' and Misses' Hats
is still more
PRICE impor- the next thirty days. The resolu- A. Ladnuir, re elected members of

tant. Style and quality must be tion provides 'that the tests shall be the department, and applications for '.
backed up by a reasonable price. trade on outlying mains. positions were received from Charles 50c Plain and Fancy Sailor Hats to go at 25c. See the Special Bargain Hats at 59c, 75c, 95c I"

The question was brought up by Mitchell, Frank Ferguson William and $1.49. If you see them no argument will be necessary,
FIT the most important of all| Chairman Ingraham of, the board 0. Lehr and Fred Milfora:!. ReferredH.

in Clothing, and if a suit does who resigned the chair temporarily' T. Bernay was confirmed as a
I and took the floor; ,He statea! thath member of the fire department, Friday Morning Promptly at9o'clock Grand Clearance
not fit you correctly, we will had read a statement in The Jour- "anile the application of Marion I
not let you have it nal from Mayor Bliss Sterns was referred.
anent the

that test he"matter.was opposed, Mr Ingraham to a test pressure stated at- Police .Chief Relief Schad.Association.addressed the'' .Sale of Remnants, to be closed out at any price.

the time mentioned in the 'mayor'sstatement board in favor of the organization fl
CTAHMRDMTHESEH and at the place selectedfor a relief association, to be composedof -
I the 'tests as he knew dead ends members of the. police and fire del
partments. Refered to Chiefs, Schad!
were there. Mr. Ingraham stated
that he did not desire to appear as and Bicker te take up with members
opposing water pressure' tests but of the two departments, and report T. H. Lannon & Coiuuiii
that he thought that everyone back at the next meeting.

COTTRELL should be treated fair: and square in On motion of Mr. McG ughey, .
the matter, the water company, the Chairman Ingraham v&s requested1"ascertain
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. city and citizens. He gave other minor the status of the police-flre- _. .
,... ..
..- "
menPensacolaTerminal Company -
Pensacola, Fla. reasons for test when "' -. ;t..:, "" -:-."..
first opposing a He wants to una'erstand: thoroughlythe .""" ,,- -... .!' _-,_. ,<.):il
mentioned by the mayor. Chairman
S *
question of firemen and policemen -
: Ingraham said that he did not :

Cut WEDDING.RESENTS Glass and Sterling. Silverware! : telieve the: authority the chief to executive order water possessed tests, was awarded riding. contract nee to on Marion for cars.The furnishing:Ourry. ."&feed Co, C. L. SHINE RETIRES FROM NEW METHOD lAUNDRY

.W. A. Gahlenbeck, 218 S. Palafoz SI. I thought the board.that authority was vestedin The board then adjourned. ,

The mayor stated that 'he believed PHONE 1186 E. W. LAWRENCE Prop. No.8 WEST ROMANA ST.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy the Best THE RACE FOR JUSTICE
TURTON & BELL, that he possessed 'tie authority he and Most Popular.
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. had assumed. He would not. argue
Kodak Supplies. Finishing for Amateurs. the point. He said that the Pensa- "Mothers buy it for croupy children, ii
cola Water Company had other weak railroad men buy it for severe coughs ?
[ points besides the Baylen wharf. He and elderly people buy it for- la grippe I I r; DoYouTake QuiDine ,

R. K. WHITE wanted people to get what they paid ," says Moore Bras, Eldon, Iowa. MRSI K KATE r FAY Former City Clerk Announces that \
Jeweler and Graduate for and wanted the water : "We sell more of Chamberlain's Cough
Matchmaker Optician t ,30 Manufacturing S. Paiafox Street Pensacola. Fla.Tersely ,show what pressure': was companyto being Remedy than any other kind. It He is'No Longer a Candidatefor k,810 malaria.to 1;you do if you are a victimof .

furnished. Favors tests and thinks seems to have taken the lead over several -
board derelict in duty if tests are other good brands." There is no Political Honors Don't Do It. It's Dangerous.

Told not ordered. The Pensacola Water question but this medicine is the best I 19 FOUND N We'll admit it will cure malaria, but it leaves
Company the mayor :said must give that can be procured for coughs and almost deadly after efiect&BERDINE
C. L. Shine city clerk under the
,_ the people what they are. payingtheir colds whether it be a child or an
Welles administration and later a
adult that is afflicted. It always
money for. He did not desireto cures
J. Conrad Scott returned yesterday candidate for of the city ofPensaeola '
take advantage of the company, and cures quickly. Sold by all drug- Mayor I -
weeks' to Motile
from a three : who some time since announced
but would insist gists. r
a compliance
and New Orleans.. {upon GUILTY his candidacy for the officeof
"\rith the franchise the has. .
who 'sn the ,Naval l : company Justice of the Peace for the is purely vegetable and absolutely guaranteed
Rupert Pearl, He thought, that.a 100() pound pressure WATSON PARKER & REESE: HAVE I '
Hospital where his.leg;was amputated .would be sufficient.Mr. JUST RECEIVED A LARGE.-,SHIP. .. .Second! District, in an address to the to cure malaria, sick headache bilioU811e330I 4
ts a result, of.-injuries by the dummy Ingraham stated that he was MENT OF CELEBRATED BUDD'S '_ :.4t democratic .,voters, yesterday withdrew god all stomach,kidney and livercotn p taints. i.i \ 7 ,''1{
Tuesday was last night reported as! willing to make tests where, continuous SHOES AND SLIPPERS FOR CHIL- -to ; from the race. :Mr. Shine has in TRY IT TO-DAY. M"; k

doing, well with prospects for I]his re circuits' existed. .,- but' not, at dean1: DREN. > Woman Convicted :.of Violating the many city friends and ,county among all and classes the an- 50 Cents & Bottle. All Druggists. ,

covery. ends.Mr 4" nouncement that he has withdrawn .
Capt. J. Ed. O'Brien, president of OMver! stated that if the board r the Sunday law.t f fgr from the .race will be received withregret. .
the 'National .Bar..Pilots Association, knew that the company was not living FOR .COUNTYCOMMISSIONER' The announcement of his DnaLERS.MO

is in the city for a few days to see. ; up to the'contract, it was the .. .. ....:. ..: ., Third..Time', ';? yithdrawal is ai follows::
his father whose hoalth is very poor.Capt. duty of the board- to inform. the coun- \ -> -..... :' .? :,:..Pen.sacola: : Fla./:April 18. 1906. I
., OTBrten: is looking well and cil. 'To the Democratic- Voters of District ,
his many friend were glad to greet "But do we know itasked Mr.: No.2: :
him. He will probably: return to Ingram. Judge Laney in the municipal court' "I wish to announce that I am EO: Jt A4 :

:Washington next week.If "There is a way. to find out" re- Two candidates for county commissioner yesterday, after- hearing- the, evidence longer a candidate for ,the office of gRP\
in the case of Mrs. Kate Fay found 'Justice' of the Peace for the Sec3nd
"the shopping tide" today ,set a Vlied Mr. Oliver, "by making tests. announce to-day in the ;
little too strongly toward "the other Other matters were considered. by persons of John A. Merritt, of' District the defendant guilty of violating the District of Escambia county and CO ? Y.f )
store" this evning would be a good the board. No. 2, City and Henry:. C. Clop-- Sunday., law>*He with pass sentence. take this opportunity. to kindly thank offeredto my A1UdRA J 6'
time for you to make a study of"the Chairman Ingraham presided with ton of District No. 4, now, represented Friday.morning; many frlen.ils'who: : ,' so for this
other man's" advertising comparing it Mayor; Bliss: Messrs. White, Mc- toy Commissioner Wiggins. Mr. I give me their' support .ER 9l .:
with jour 'own with judicial candor. .Gaughey and Oliver presentOn Merritt is in the district now jepre- Thecase ,occupied the greater part lKsition. i e-
Then inject as much "ginger" into motion the minutes of _the pre- sented by Commissioner Sennott of'the.day and was only concluded in 1 "Very respectfully"C. L. SHIXE., A

jour own campaign as it needs. vious meeting were. adopted .as re I Both Mr. Merritt and Mr. Cloptoriare the ,afternoon. City Attorney Jones -

corded. abundantly qualified to hold the represented the municipality and C. HOSIERY! HOSIERY! HOSIERY
Get worth. Ask The report of 'Fire Chief Bicker position of county' commisioner. The
your money's your "
Moreno Jones looked after the inter- LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETELINE
alarms total
for March showed 7 ,
grocer: for Blue Ribbon Lemon or Va fcnmer is one of Pensacola's best BE 0
nilla. Absolutely; pure. Goes twiceas loss $1,925; insurance, 2,25J( ; average Known and successful business men, ests of the defendant. OF MEN'S WATSON PARKER & 9
far as other kinds and the flavor Is water pressure 79 pounds. and the latter is one of the county's Records show that Mrs. Fay was FOUND DEPARTMENT STORE AT
Chief of Police Schad >made a REESE'S ,
most successful farmers. The coun-
perfection. twice convicting of violating the Sun-
verbal report concerning the meetingof ty's Interests will be safe in their PRICES THAT
the National Police Chiefs at Hot hands. day law, during the administration of TO BUY.
Springs which he attended. His report C. Moreno Jones as mayor, and who
JUST RECEIVED A LARGE SHIP was in line with what he stated by a coincidence, acted as her legal LATE SHIPPING NEWS

MENT OF CELEBRATED BUDD'S in The Journal yesterday.. Chief HERlFilCIDE NOT A FAKE. adviser at the 'trial yesterday. In each Arrived.
SHOES AND SLIPPERS FOR CHILDR fichad remarked: "That we of Pensa
Bainbridge, Br ss, 1193 Smith, New-
cola are behind, the' times where case the sentence was suspended :
EN. Unsolicited Testimonials Tell| of Its
H. Baars.
News to
Colics work is concerned." He referred Superiority.Alf. pending the good behavior of the ac port r ::: .3--;:::, ::"_ _._._- -;:; '
to the finger ana'.:!' Bertil- Cleared.
WHEN YOU WANT A SHIRT G' \ R. Kelley residing at 2195 cused.
Ion sy.stems"and approved them. Deviadero St., San' Francisco, Cal., Senator Hallesen Ger ss, 798, Laage -
TO WATSON, PARKER & REESE.AS It is understood that Judge Laneyis
In ,answers to. an inquiry from Mr. writes the following: for Honfleoir, with 991,000 ft. p.p. Ifor.Spennymoor I The GreatEflome
salaries undecided as to whether to includethe
:McGaughey in reference to Brit ss, 1722 Na'rn,
MONEY : "When I first purchased Herpi :ii ''Li T
$1.00. pad: in other cities, Chief Schad said cide, I thought. like the majority of former fines assessed against the for Havre with 316,000 ft sawn and ,I I
tbat..In nearly all cities the ,eight hair preparations' it would prove a :woman, which it is understood were 27,535 ft hewn timber; for Dunkirk -- Drink Fot>All
hour system is in vogue. 'Th telephone with 8084 ft hewn, 932,328 ft. sawn M
ELEGANT LINE MEN'S LOW fake. I am happy to state that, on .$250 in each instance along with that
system is another great feature the contrary, it is all and even more, timber find 72.000 ft Ibr; for Rotter- i
SHOES JUST RECEIVED BY WATSON in other cities. The chief stated than you claim for it. Quite .a number :which he will assess for the violation dam with 30,363 ft. hewn and 56,000 \4:4iI! Indigestiont

PARKER &. REESE.; THE (that mile ''Rock Ark, waif about of barbers throughout the 'section ; of the law of which she was yes- ft sawn timber.. ,

CELEBRATED RALSTON: MAKE. the only city that compared in system in which I travel have called '-attention terday adjudged guilty. I I t f .
with Pensacola in twelve hour to the nw hair out ;
sprouting II
L-- watches ..Montgomery, Nashville. on my scalp, and inquired of me Asks For Divorce. ANY ITCHINGDOAN'S it'l t l/IJ 1i ,
Birmingham New Orleans and other what I have been using. I tell them lathe circuit court yesterday Hat- STOPS : ::
cities paid police bfficfrs better 'Herpicide;' also give them your of real
salaries than Pensac la. name and adatess." For sale by W. ,tie Hernandex instituted suit for divorce OINTMENT CURES ECZEMA / great a ,

During the course of his report A. D'Alemberte, druggist and apothe- against her husband Philip II
the street nau'lez. complainant I AND genuine Ginger as a
Chief Schad ,,1'Pon* cary. 121 South Pa'atox! street, or The .
car fender question. He paid that tend 10c in stamps for sample to treatment at the hands cf the respon-I SACOLA PEOPLE RECOMMEND

the consensus of opinion among The Herpicide Co., Detroit, Jiieh.kodaki. dent as a cause of action for the an j I IT. remedial agent for Indigestion has
the chiefs was In favor of air brakeson nulmentof! the marriage vows. -
street care instead of fenders tiff avers that she' was married Plain-I One application:: of Doan's Ointment been thoroughly

claiming W brakes to be safer in all fendant in September,. 19,05, and sepa- stops any itching. Short treatment ,
V respects than the fender. Chief rated from him on the ground of al- cures eczema, itching piles salt rheum by Red Rock Ginger Ale. I
Schad saitf that in cities where the It;ed ill .treatment. She further alleges -'--#ny skin eruption or skin itching.It proven
slightest :suspicion' that prisoners: that he persuaded her to live is the cheapest remedy to use, because -1'
would try to' escape that '.balls and with him again on the promise of so little of it is'required to bring This statement is sustained by the>fact

chains were placed on .them.: humane and better treatment, which relief and a cure. Here is Pensacola I II that eminent and ethical physicians
Mr. Oliver: for th, committee re- it \
promise she avers repudiated by testimony to prove :
I it
ported, that' the: new': hook and ladder again ill treating her. : Mrs. W. Mertins, living on West In- enthusiastically recommend

seemed to be all that" the specifications We tendencia street says: "I used Doan'a and use it in their practice.On .
called for. and reported that Develop : Circuit Court. Ointment, which I procured at Sidney -
Don't You Feel Tired the committee had received the ap, Kahn's drug' store, corner Pala
paratus. 'The report of the committee Finish most of The jury in the case cf A. M. Mc and Romana streets, for eczema
received and )adopted-; :Millan versus B. H. Burton and MaryA. fox sale (bottled) at all groceries, and on draught at soda founts-
when night comes after walk- was which had bothered me for more than.
returned verdict for the
Burton a
ing around all day in shoes Mr. Mc&aughey; 'reported that he the amateur pictures property sued for by the plaintiff: ten years. It was worse during the
that burn the. feet and make believe that the city council would heated parts of the .year, than any
former home of the
which is the ,
them feel heavy? Why putup recommend the amount needed for in Pensa fendants. I other tim, and I suffered terribly. It

*ith that. kind? Itay the repairs to the 'patrol. wagon and two E. M. Gainer vs. J. C. Green as-;t:I used one ointment and, salve after another

kind of shoes we offer hose Mr.wagons Oliver reported that a pair ofhorse's cola.There's* sirapist; ,judgment.' for plaintiff. for treated but with with different lit h success doctors and but _"The: Coco-Cola Bottling Company" can furnish the trade

WALKOVERSHOE for' 'the nw hook and }add r $,&0, without obtaining marked benefit. with Red Rock, carbonated in bottles, to retail at 5 cents.
for $500. He
purchased I
had been I When one fifty cent box of Doan's Oint-1!
recommended! that in future an appropriation Suits '
a Reason ment cured.me It is no more than naa -
be made to send a personto Nellie P. Reese \s. Daniel Rojster, I
: should be pleased to
a tural that I II PARKER & REESE HAVE
market. purchase horses. foreclosure. I WATSON
a horse. mortgage others know of the wonderful merit of i I I I BOSSO'S
The animals reported purchased were ,Hattie Hernandez vs. Philip' Hernan- JUST RECEIVED
WHICH IS THE PEER .OF THEM reported sound. Received an action Get Our Prices! dez divorce. 'this preparation. It is a remedy OF CELEBRATED: BUDD'S 4
I I which all sufferers from itching skin !
ALL of committee annroved. SHOES AND SLIPPERS FOR CHIL- Ice Cream Factory
with the utmost I
disease upon ;!
!r I
stated that the DREN.
rOUR Fir*- .Bicker Municipal Court "
"ONEY'S WORTH OR YOUR MONEY/ !Is in of four more confidence.
RACKWhite& ruled In addition to the Kate Fay case, For sale by all dealers. Price 50 KEEP COOL. I can furnish you cream in
horses. Chairman Ingraham
KAUFFMANN eighteen: were disposed of yesterday -
cases cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, any quantity. Satisfaction
that the committee on horse had YOUR UNDERWEAR NOW
in the Recorder's'
; morning
Nix for the United
la agents
New York, s. guaranteed.
In the premises.The --Ii-
plenary power Laney.: Of this'number PARKER & REESE HAS
court by Judge WATSON, '
resignation of 'n. H: Eaton asa ..States.I I PHONE 1326 ,/
29 S. PALAFOX ST. member of the police departmentwas 1 10 were found guilty; 4 discharged I Remember the name-Doan's-and THE SWELLEST LINE OF MEN'S .
Romana and Palafox. and 4 continued. The fines' other., UNDERWEAR IN THE CITY. SAM BOSSO, Pre <
.PHONE 790._ accepted. R, lIog boom and C.\ I amounted: to S4< and costs i I'I take no ;

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W:J : i 1t: Itttlaiolit JonfnitI't '' SAN N FRANCISCifi N YETERNaILL N ,f:.:.r"j 1RQY'S ; .An Keeping Legal Ordinance tor advertisement Sale to Prohibit, or Use of the Dang s,,..

;. oua Toy* and Fire-Works n %,
City of Pensacola.
t' JU flfJkj
., B9 it Ordained by the
DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. DESTROYEDBY'FIRE HONOR THEn Do want Council of the City of Pensacola Mayor !11

t W I' you Section 1. That It shall be un'-awfn: ;
PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY for any person, firm or corpora' on

a horse to sell or keep or expose for .,
sa.il'it .
111f ...BY..,
in the City of Pensacola
H any to> ,,
::1 T liyouwantahOrSeOrabicyclea toys designated
VI : and intended for th@
1 gun a camera,oranytbing-else you'veset purpose of exploding any explosive 3,

11,1 J u-tflnJIr1fl.n.nJ-Ln.rLr1.flnnnru-1J. lr1rLnn.rtrtrlj1.rrlJVLThJt' JtJU1.J1.J1JU'J .JtflJttJtJtJ1.fL.ftfLJUtJ1J1JLflfttLtLJ1.fltLtLtLflCL-tIt tItttW I your heart on, do what other boysare detonating materials, whether Ura

doing to get these things-_sell toys be of the shaPe or kind coacnoa.
rf1: FRANK L. MAYES, President ,and. General Manager. (Continued From First Page.) ly known as toy pistols, or other*,

1tJ- jfoJwuwJ u-u- ,- -- under the The Confederate Memorial Exercises THE or to sell or keep or expose for ,< .
buried twentypersons I any fulminating, detonating

:I_ MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. debris. Thes.3 were incinerated of learning and Will Be Held This 2SATU7tDAY sive material for use in, or ofx in _?..
; is possibility
there no
_---- _wu_ -wujnswjuww.jjuwWWSUBSCRIPTION nection with, any such toys; or -o -
m their identity. Afternoon. EVENING or keep or expose for sale an, f
\ cracker, or other such fire-worn*

One Year.$5 00 Ono :Month......... ....'.... 45 FIRST REPORTS OF DISASTER t POST mOre than three inches in lenar.:!; none .

';1' Six Months................ 2 60() One W ek.-;.......;*...... 10( AWFUL : : half inch in diameter, or any .
Three Months...... ....... 1 25 WeekJr Edition, per year..$! O( 18.-San Confederate Memorial Day exercises fire-works charged with any :, -
Cal. April] at afternoons and t
I San Francisco, will ibe held this afternoon in your town on Friday
iuwww-- j : wrecked &}' nating, detonating or expiosh- .
Francisco was practcally Lee square. Saturdays. Maybe you think it'll take terials capable of

1'- The Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed an earthquake at 5:10: 6'cclock this '-The graves of Confederate Vet long while to earn enough money for noise. than a fire-cracker making three g -
mornin'g. The shock 4asted. three minutes erans In the different cemeteries of what want. But that all depends n
{, Circulation Statement Can yon in length, or one-half inch in drm!
Be Secured. were
thousands of buildings
this -
and the city will be decorated morn- on yourself. Some boys make as
rq- and destroyed. The loss of Camn Ward charged with gun powder.
--fnJwuw damaged Ins by the memfbers of
week others make
much $
as IS a ; 'Section 2. That It shall hp
life is reported great. There is no and the Daughters of the Confederacy. m.! a.
Offices, 108 and 110 East Papers Saleon Trains breaking out all $2, $1,$S a week. In our handsome ful for any person to d".scharg; >-.
on water, and fires are The process'.ori: in which the Confederate -
( wires with the exception booklet, "Boys Who Make Money'some of our boys tell, in their explode in or upon any scree; ,.,
All Sherman
the city. Veteran and W. T.
w I over
Government. Phone 38. Stands.
I and at all Newl
r4,. I -_ _ of one are gone.. The city Post No .2!, Grand Army of the Republic own way, how they got money for things they had long wanted, lie way or park within the City 0< ?J-..

-._l1____- _n-w.-t hall costing $7,000,000, Is in ruins. will participate, will move from by selling THE POST. This booklet is free for the asking. We sacola any of the toys, fire-era. -. -.
Modern buildings Buffered less than the court house. Tad' line of march will send along with it,the complete outfit for starting in business, or fire-works, the sal or keeping! '-

PHN'SAOOtlA FLORIDA. THlJ1rsa.A: ,1IOONING.' APRIL- iS.. 1906 brick and frame; The losses and excitement with the participants. is as follows: including ten free copies of THE POST. You sell these,at 50 the Jted exposing by the for fore-going sale of which section is ;?",
Mot '
I is indescribable.. < pcojle .....- Music. copy and that furnishes all the money you need for buying further Section 3. That

'- The Appalling Disasterin i be increased in value. not so much by 1 streets were undressed.asleep and rusnea The buildng Into UIU, Grand Confederate Army Veterans.of the Republic. supplies. Besides the money you make each week, we give, or corporation convicted any person of vu o"t's ns-;.

: Increasing,your numerator fas! by lest other watches sweaters etc. And in addition provision of this
San Francisco swayed and crashed,'burYing the occu- Carriage' with ,speaker and clergy. among prizes, any ordinane- .---. .
sening your denominator." And the ;jants. There was a'panic in the down- Mayor and members of city council. be punished by a fine of no; ,-\ ,

: The: appalling disaster which has value of your: advertising .appropriation :own hotels. The Lick house is badly The following will participate in in Extra Cash Prizeseach ing Fifty ($50.00) Dollars or ,10.' a.
but loss of life there Is $$250 prisonment of not exceeding six'\ ,
: *overtaken the queen city of th.3 Pafcsfic may be increased not so much iam ged, no the exercises:
days by both such .
or fine and !
coast has cast a gloom over the umber' reported. .. Prayer-Rev. :Mr. Butler. aprteonffleftt
the of mediums
; by increasing
4 The Palace hotel and St. Francis Address- BeaU Introduced month to boys who make the biggest increase in their sales.
Egbert ,
pntlre nation and the very Indefinite- used, as by increasing the usedin ( Section 4. That this ordinance .
space shock. The people -
I lotel! stood by W. A. Blount, Jr.: Better send us a letter to-day.
:+ mess of the rports adds to the anxifety good mediums. j locked to the telegraph offices to send 'diction-JE'ather Fullerton.The take effect Immediately after its a.09-

of those whose friends or rela-- ]nessages to friends and were frantic Grand Army, of the Republichas THE CURTIS PUBLISHING COAPANY.1728ARCH ST.. ,PHILADELPHIA- lion and publication as required j;

jOves were within the borders of the !A battleship in a mill pon. wouldbe 1 jecause there was no wires. The 'great. issued .a call for a gathering at law.

tity by the Golden Gate. pretty, -but.not of much, use-something est damage to buildings was south of the office of George Wentworth at lot Section 5. All ordinances and p_ :;

4 (Like a flash of lightning from a like a big store advertisement in Market ;street, where mostly frame 3 o'clock this afternoon for the pur. and ordinances tha same are in conflict hereby herewui!: (JI' -.

i; Clear without warning hundreds a paper of small circulation. wildings and tenement houses were pose 6f attending1" a body the Confederate March repeaidPassed
: sky fires 28th, 1906.
J located. Therewere numerous! memorial 1 rc1sM. AnnouncementsRATES. I'
I possibly] thousands, were crushed Jj j;n every block In that district. Political Approved March 29th, 19W.CTttAS .

1: and mangled beneath the falling 'Every store in this city was once About Rheumatism. ,. C. ME'R1UTT-----, H. -Rl.tfiS__ '

frails' of massive buildings, and merely a plaa and advertising was The Worst On Record. There are few diseases that inflict E. Mi" 'I
1*. The Western For County Commissioner Dist. No. 2. Clerk.
New York, April torture than rheumatism and
.! (property valued into tha millions a part of the plan. The "bigger stores"of more .
.f. 1 Union Tel"'*graph offlce at Fresno saysIt there is probably no disease for which The rates' for political! announcements
T; destroyed by the mighty immeasurable next year are now merely plans- I hereby announce my eandidacy Aa! Ordinance to amend Section >;
jwag shock
i is the most severe ever such a varied and useless lot of remedies I not exceeding 8 lines, to run :for county commissioner from Din Article 1 of Chapter X of the t c ,ie
I power of the trembling which "bigger advertising" alone win J known there. They have no further have been suggested. To say I till the primary of May-15, are as follows 1 trict No. 2, subject to the action of of Ordinances of the City of Pen

Ii f rth. convert into realities. ietails. that it can be cured is, therefore, a : I the primary of May 15th. sacola.

4 There are sev.eral remarkable The Postal Telegraph Company bold statement to make but Chamber ,The Daily Journal........ .. ..$10.00 JOHN A. MERRITT. Be It Ordained by the Mayor aa
% things 'about the San Francisco i 5hakes are's "dradful touch. of.]learned that the fire is eating its:way lain's Pain Pahn', which enjoys an extensive ,The Weekly Journal ....... 6.00 Couccil of the City of Praiacd: *

.f (, (earthquake. A seismic disturbancecf merchantrmarring .dong Market street The water stile has met with great success These rates are strictly cash in advance I For County. Commissioner Dist No. 3. &ction lk That Section ]ifiT. Ar-:
.rocks" is felt, nowadays J mains were burst ty the earthquake in the treatment of this disease. and no announcement will b6 ticle 1, of Chapter X of the Cod. of

: t great magnitude .was predicted by chiefly by poor advertisers. Ij I BO that there is .no means at hand One application of Pain Balm will relieve .Inserted or run under any other con I hereby announce my candidacy for Ordinances of the City of P<'nsa(, .abe
2i Cne of the many modern seers, Lee j for .fighting the conflagration. The the pain and hundreds of sufferers I ditions. I re-election to the office of county commissioner and the same U hereby amt'IJ.J!

Bpangler by name, early in the present The AgeJHerald says that all the I electric lighting plant of the.city has have testified to permanent cures J from District No. 3, subject &o as to read as follows:
failed and gas mains are disrupted. by its use. Why suffer when Pain : 1 to the action of the Democratic Primary Section 167. The folio : :
Ft year, and it wast foretold that discomforts of life have been wing: ? a
The' damage extends through the entire Balm affords such quick relief and For the State Senate. of May 15 be the fire limits, which sna. ,.e
3i1 the disturbance would be accompanied eliminated' now except sea sickness, city. costs but a trifle? For sale by. all J. M. ANDREWS. known as the fire district : C ID..:; .:"
by great loss of life. ana l ) that will have to go sooner or The Postal Telegraph building was druggists. I John S. Beard a candidate for the ing at the point of intersection o:< TI-

;Ii Another rather ,peculiar fact, which later. ,The A-H.; should go across :badly wrecked, and the operatingroom nomination to the State Senate in the I hereby announce my candidacyor center of Hickory and PaL.ox

tnay or may not be of particular and learn that Its{ been going all' the is incapable.of use. J. G. WELSH ANNOUNCES) .. Democratic. primary: called to be leld County Commissioner from District strests; thence East: along the > :\ -
May 15th together with other speaker ;
FOR' COUNTY TREASURER. No. 3, &ubiect'to the action of of Hickory street to a pont: ; .<
is that the section time. The thing to do is make it ou: i
significance, /will address the people of
I Miles of Railroad Sank. -... EsI I he Democratic Primary of May 15. dred and fifty ((150) feet Easf (I' .*
ll :vIsited! by the severest disturbance, stop. --- The announcement of John G. cambia "county upon the political Issues W.' A. SHELBY Eastern line of TJafragcna i!:'* .

:!cI;;!.. accompanied by the greatest loss oflife New York, April ,18':-A: telegram Welsh for county treasurer appears in of the .,dIy at the following 1 thence North along a Hne para'/' .

1i' .and instruction: to property was : co: from Sacramento' to the Western The Journal this morning -Mr. Welsh times and paces: For County Commissioner Dist.No.. 4. with the Eastern line of 1 1 l-rt--: I ":,
J.. In the latitude Union Telegraph Company reports that occupied the position for a little over Molino, Friday night April 20. street to a point in theen'< "i(
....' practically same as..* TURRET ACCIDENT three miles of railroad sank out of a year, previous to the last election, Bluff Springs, Saturday, day time, I hereby announce myself as a can Wright !street; thence West along .'
Mt.: Vesuvius, in Italy, and almost oj&. ON THE April 21..1.1uscogee. didatefor commissioner from
KEARSARGE. .county
sight as a result of the earthquake havin' been appointed to fill the unex- center of Wright street to the > -. \i
J 1i directly upon the opposite side oft j jft between Suisuan and Benelea' and. all pired term of John Frater. IMr.Welsh Monday night,.April 23. district No 4, subject to the action of of Tarragona street; thence N''>vi;

{&-t; the earth. Mobile Item. wires were taken withit.. was for five yea'rs i, member:- f the Brent's Thursday night April, 26. the \emocratia> Primary May 15. along the center of Tarragona s:.' "

14 San Francisco has been visited : -9 Up to the time of.'receiving this dispatch board of county commissioners and Myrtle Grove, Friday nfght, April H. p. CLOPTON. to a point one hundred and '

!ln the Western Union had *been for two years was chairman of that 2?. (160)) feet North of the North '.- .
earthquakes' was,
t: "by many unable to ''get in communication with (body. Everybody knows him, and Ferry pass Saturday day time May The frieaa's of W. P. Brownson of Wright street; thence West alo:,:
-J. fact la 'a zone where seismic disturbances The second distressing turret 5th. him candidatefor .
ac- San.Francisco. that he will make strong race forth hereby announce as a a line parallel with the North line "
jc4i! ;.1 were comparatively frequent C:identon board an American warship tre !surership' goes without say- Mlllview, Thursday night May 3. the office of County Comm 31ilQn. Wright street to a point two hun.,: :

:; The last earthquake felt in occurred in Oarrib an 'Waters on Earth Sank 30 Miles Distant. Ing. :McDavid, Friday night May 4. er from District No. 4, subject to the (200)) feat West of the West linr <,'
...;1 about the middle of 'Friday, A'prtt'! 13; news of 'which Nix's Precinct Tuesday night :May :action of ths Democratic Primary of Palafox street; then South along \
fti!' the city was
J ]reached the navy department the New York, April 18.-The Western For Weak Digestion. $th. May 15th 1906.forCounty line parallel with the West lint-
tJ1( Uuly in 1903,_ although but comparatively J next, day. The first accident occurred Union has received report from Sac- No :medicine""can a! replace food but Beulah, Thursday night :May 10. street to a point one hundrri;

J- ; little damage was done. At just two years ago on the battleship ramento that the Southern Pacific railroad Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets Pensacola (Seville Square) Friday Commissioner. Dist. No 5. and fifty (150) feet North of M-

t:J'' that time the San Nicholas hotel 1 Missouri, and was eimilar in will attempt to 'get a train into will help 'ou.to digest your food.It night, May 11.Barren. North line of Chasa street and un1
", ]nature to the one which occurred onboard Plnfe I hereby announce my candidacy for hundred fifty ((150)) feet Web:
i { was .severely shaken, the walls collapsing San Francisco, starting troni' Sacramento is not the quantity of food taken Saturday night, May and
the Kearsarge last Friday. routeto u. re-election to the office of county commissioner from the West line of Palafox fitr*'
of the structure. In and taking that gives strength and vigor to the
in parts
The Atlantic ,
-Eti squadron under command from District No. B, subject thence West along a line para! '
which I on-the bay of San .
the amount digested and
r.i! J$94 a: severe shock was eiperi of Rear Admiral Evans had Pablo. 'From that place" the system, but to the aetion of the Democratic Primary with the North line of Chase strev: >
passengers assimilated. If troubled with ,
Fl fenced at Lou Angeles, although no ;.j 118t completed its annual target taken boat ,to San > weak For the Legislature. of May 15. a point one hundred and fift [n-V"i:
will be by
don't fail to these Tablets -
digestion, give ,
'l actual damage was done. 'practice and the umpire, Lieutenant J. R. STEWARD. feet West of the West fine of Bayer:
; Francisco. This round-about course trial. Thousands have been ben- I am a candidate for representative .
I Qraemfc a .
was at the time in ., thence line
engaged street South along a parallel
}I; The most destructive earthquake 'a turret of the K rsarge, making up was made necessary toy: the reported efitted 'by their use. They only costa in the lower house of the state with; the West line ot Ba..:< n,
t!5 8a the history of the world was thatoccurring :the record of the shooting, when sinking of a three mile stretch of Jie quarter. For sale by all druggists. egklature, subject to the action of Fo!'. Tax Collector. street to the center of H ckor

t It ( at Lisbon in 1775, when :from some unknown cause an explosion railroad company's tracks between the Democratic primary of May 1ii. street thence East along the courof (
1 hereBy announce :myself a candidate ;
Suisuan and Benecia which are on and t will appreciate the support of
sank Into the and all took ot '"-
!-::41 the quay sea place, the result being the Hickory street to the point
for re-election to office of
the direct line "between Sacramentoand Union building, have been badlywrecked. all democrats.
the death of
tt: the people near it, 60,000 were : seven men, two of them Tax Collector for Escambia county, ginning.
being commissioned officers Lieutenant -San Francisco. The road.cro es : The large department storesIn J. ordinan
:41 tilled. The earthquake wa* felt' at the primary to be held on May 15, Section 2. That r'l
John M. Hudgins of Virginia, some lowland at the point where us this neighborhood were also ruined and of ordinances in conflict
t: ; from Maderla to Great Britain, or and Lieutenant Joseph W. Graeme of tracks were reported sunk, by the but the earthquake occurred at an I.au a candidate' for member the 1906. I solicit your vcte. herewith parts be and the same are her(' .-

r j over the whole of southwest Europe I Pennsylvania.> The danger attending earthquake shock. hour when they were empty, and no lower house In the state legislature RespectfullyI., repealed.

f : end northwest Africa. The Calabrianlearthquake I the raptci firing of guns of large cali The location of this reported sink loss of life is reported in that quaret from Escamibia county in the Democratic S. ROBERTS. Secjion. 3.. That this ordinar.iball S
bre encased in armored turrets is ing is about thirty: miles from San r. primary ot May 15 and will appreciate immediately upo)
take effect
4. of 1783 killed 32,000'peo-
all At solicitation of friends. I here.
fully appreciated by naval officers Francisco. !Further east on Market street toward the support of Democrats.CHAS. its and approval.
4kI pie and 200 lakes and small swamps and every device which experts could the ferry slips is a section occu M. COSTON. by announce myself a candidate for Passed passage March 28, 1906.
f1d were formed as a result of the disturbance suggest hare: been put Into use to Sacramento Was Visited. pied by cheap lodging houses and the office of Tax Collector subject o Approve March 29, 1906.

k which really covered a letsen ,the dangerous character of Sacramento Cal. April 18-&severe hotels, and here the loss of life is reported herdby.. announce myself as a the action of the Democratic Primary CHAS. H. BUSS,

,,-r i {period of four years. The great "work trtth the' hope in view of mak- earthquake shock occurred here at an to be very great though the candidate for the lower house of the May 15. 1906.NBILS C. E. lERRITT.Ia}(}r
lEg accidents of the kind practically early hour this morning.. There Is extent of it could not be ascertainedat Florida legislature, subject to the action McKENZIS. Clerk.
i Charleston earthquake of 1886 wasrl. impossible, but this, sO far, has been great confusion, and it is impossible this hour. : of the Democratic primary on

i pelt from the northern coast of found to be an almost forlorn hope, to learn full extent -of damage. No Fires are burning In a number of May 15th. GEO. T. MORGAN.I For County Tax Assessor.I Estate of Henry D. Peirce, Deceased

t,1: vTlorida to New England and as far In the combination made up of men loss of life Is yet, reported places along Market street, and the Creditors, legatees, distnbir<*= I
f. iwest ac Iowa. and high explosives, there appears always water mains having burst, the authorities am a candidate:: for member of the will be a candidate for re-nomina and all persons having da-ins Oi; '0 I
to be House of Representatives. from Es- tion to the office of County Tax Asses '",
\ present that element Reports Maybe Exaggerated.Salt have resorted to dynamite to mands against the said estate ar- !
: ;which in tne en brings disaster. cambia county subject} to the Demo- sor, in the Democratic Primary of May wrha
check the of the flames. them to me
g1 And now Mark Twain is becoming Lake City, Utah April 18.-Reports progress quired to present
t :Mechanical engineers may devise The cratic' Primary. I earnestly solicit 15. I respectfully ask your support.
received 'by the Salt Lake officeof residence section of the city, two years from this date.
tt addicted to th.9 farewell habit,, for the of the of the voters of the county W W. RICHARDS.
'l"1eans. protection the man. the Postal Telegraph Company from while badly shaken, reports no 10.i8 support ANNA" L PEHICE, Executr: \
.J. swearing off the lecture platform. but at some moment when all seems .San Francisco, would Indicate that the of life or serious damage. JERRY J. SULLIVAN, JR. April 12. 1906. oa\',l*

31 But nothing is said about his swear- well. the man, through some act of first reports of earthquake in San For County, Treasuret.
commission .or bmmisslon, leaves the To the 'Democratic Voters of Escam-
: Ins on-the water wagon.Advertising : Francisco were exaggerated. GREATANX1ETVIN' I NOTICE.
lit for hereby announce myself a candi-
way.open the dangerous element bla County '
: w'O1!
..fl which they have in charge, to wreakits (Superintendent Wr P.:Sha'wk was in CiTY OF PENSACOLAThe At the request of many friends date for the office of County Treasurer Notice is hereby given to the all nrr. '. I
communication with the Ban Francisco It concern, that we,
of may
fe'arfuj] work. It is this Escambia county subject to the
fact perhaps from the country and from the city I Honor.1'1Francis ;! '
1- office of the Postal Company after in San signed, shall apply to the
,' which when an accident hap. appalling catastrophe hereby announce my candidacy lor action of the Democratic primary ol J r..?t
pens, that causes! so high a. degree the earthquake. He was Informed thatIt Francisco, In the immediate vicinityof Representative in the.legislature at May 15, and respectfully solicit the,, B. Carter Judge of th' \It'n
t Profitable td AIL of anxiety among' the officers of the would be necessary for th 'op ratln', the city and throughout the state the sess'.on: 1907, subject to the actionof support of all voters. Judicial Circuit of Florida, on
t) navy -department With; the vesselsof force to vacate"the San' Francisco of, California has caused great anxiety JOHN G. WELSH. day, the 7th day of May, A. D. 1 l'i'4'
; Bacon unconsciously writing for the Democratic primary, May 15th, ..e
the navy scattered the world i office. 'his was 'done, and the opera and apprehension for the safetyof 10 a. m, or as soon thereafter as
modern merchant, said: "Riches have I!none 'everknows-wlien there may over be, l tors' left the .blinding, but returned relatives of Pensacola people. 1996, of and the I earnestly Democracy solicit of Escambia the sup- I will be a candidate In the democratic -, may be heard, for a charter (no' f'r,

:1J :Brings,: and sometimes they must be an accident of the kind in the recordof within an hour and ':business was i-e- Brothers sons and daughters and port county. primary of May 15 for re-nomi, profit) of Incorporation of a rehp"! 'H

f .et flying to bring in more." the Missouri' and Kearsarge. sumed. San Francisco' reported that members of many Pensacola families I favor liberal pensions for Confederate nation to the office of county 'easnr. society to bs Incorporated under nI or

I which may send a costly warship water mains in Market'street had!been when last heard from were either InSan soldiers and their widows. er. The support of all democrats will I name of "Frst: Christian Church ".

:; The fact that you do not advertise a and all on board to tha bottom. As broken. Francisco or nearr the ill-fated Uniform school terms giving the be appreciated. Pensacola, Florida." The general ',

particular article is good enough rea. distressing as nave been the accident city and surrounding territory. Among I country public sehools the same J. ED. WILLIAMS. ject of said corporation is to Churcn es'.ilish
] So far and as much as they Confusion Reigns Everywhere. those in the far western state are term the city schools.A and maintain a Christian
JOn for your patrons to assume that have been regretted, there Is hope San Francisco, Cal.April 18.-In the known to be: length uniform school book law and I hereby announce myself 'a candidate .. at Pensacola, Florida, for ourselvesand

-F you do not have It. found In :the fact that these accidents confusion which, reigns everywherehere Bon and daughter of C. W. Ains free books for the pupils of all public, for the bffice of County Treasurer all others who may .become members -I
_ were not more awful in tlwir it fa almost impossible to learn worth Charles J. Mayes, brother of subject to the action of the Democratic .. thereof In the manner prescr bfby
"The horse may starve, -waiting forthe results than they were, evidencingthat details of the disaster caused by the Frank L. Mayes, John McLellan, schools. law for Primary. the Charter to be enacted there
r An efficient the equalizationof
grass to grow;" and your store there Isa possibility reducing earthquake this 'morning.. In generalit brother of Peter. Robert and Dan Mcf THOS. F. WRIGHTON. under. The proposed charter is flOe.
the liability to minimum. 'The accident be said that the district be- taxes. In the office of the Clerk} of M
: may row lean it you wait until you a may ; Lellan. These persons are all In San Good roads .specially. '-- ---- 7' on file ,.
ENTIRELY 'READY to advertiseit on the .'Kear rge came at the tween Market and Howard streets Francisco. In Los Angeles there is Yours Board Public Instruction.I Circuit Court of Eseamfoia' coun'FJorida "
& respectfully -
: ; end) of- & somewhat prolonged con from the bay as' far' west as' the city Miss Bertha Boosky, daughter of A.Booksy. \ reference thereto being tIrby '
adequately. test ,in' the training of the gunnersin hall, has 'been badly wrecked. The E. H. Skinner and wife. In M. JACOBY. will be a candidate' for membership had.

-- th'6 art which tells most effectively hotels in the vicinity of Third and Oakland, a daughter of Chaplain Perry in the Board of Public Instruc Signed at Pensacola, Florida onta"
I Qne. hundred more buyers in your in actual warfare, and the Market streets were ba.dlyshaken up of the United States'Navy Yard at For Justice Peace, (Oistrict No. 2. lion from District No.' 1, in the prImary 30th day of March. A. D. 1906.

; tore yesterday might have made the chances are that with the feeling but there seems to have !fceen no loss Pensacola. iir. Robertson, father 6 f .- election. H. J. Mackey, W. J. Berry A. F.
day record breaker for you-and ten of relief incident upon tha finishing of life there The Call 'Examiner Mrs. Hyer Whiting Berkeley and In I hereby announce my candidacy WM. E. ANDERSON, Bauer B. B. Ceruti Wm. T. eager,
of 'a contest which was such a heavy I buildings well the for the office of Justice of the Peace J. A. Wilson, W. 1*
r- inches more of advertising space prob- : as as Western Sacremento J. P. Goodwin and family John P. Ross
tax upon both .the mental and physical -i i for the' Second District of EscamSi I will be candidate for member. Zachary, T. G. YAtes, J. W. Bullari5aproarw4w. .
; bIr have drawn them there. powers of .men, 'some one. 'In .a, County; subject to the Democratic ship in' the Board of.Public Instruction .

Lfl .. moment of forgetfulness. failed to I I q .Primary to be held May 15th, 190C. from District. No, 2, in the prl-

4 : "The highest price we can pay for put: into operation that mechanical Your lungs have all they can do. R. L NIOHEI EN. mary election, ELEGANT LINE MEN'S LOW

ti- anything it t6 ask It," If we: use aoor device provided: for the" protection of L 7 1 n Rest They work night and day, and are 1 .H. G. DeSILVA. SHOES JUST RECEIVED BY WATSON -

ji > advertising medium. the men In just such an emergency *J* faithful to the end. Thenusethein I hereby anoance myself a can dl- PARKER & REESE. THE

which.! had been anticipated as being */' veil. If they are rasping and tear date for the office of Justice cf the I will be'a' candidate for member. CELEBRATED RALSTON MAKE.

Carlyle whose guesses at truth possible and in the emergency the lag themselves by hard,coughng! come to their relief. Give them .Ayer'1 Peace for District No. 2, subject to ship in the Board of Public Instructionfrom

pii )/Were more accurate than those of most5ien i i explosion guard, and found the dreadful the man bot on his Cherry Pectoral. It heals,soothes, quiets. Your doctor will explain i its action the action of the Democratic Primary District No. '3, "ift the primary GET A PANAMA, $5,00, $7.50 AND
consequence. to Ask him all about It. w.'an May:. 15th. election $10.00 AT STANDARD CLOTHING
said; "The fraction ot life can i resulted you. 110 I8CNtaI w p Bbiih JL'Cif-VOo., .
the form.I.. J.
I or.ll OWl' medioines' D. GOSS. W.: )i.. AGERTON. coMPANy

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.' tiwijaiwiw PEOPLE and -EVENTS._.._ The Best is-What.';,r tt.t'We Sell' ..- T THAT T ATTACK ON'THE N r -0'LB SOft"1C I OFTEN TO CANCERWhenever LEAD

) a sore or ulcer does not heal and shows signs of becoming

: E SUPREME chronic, it should arouse suspicion, because many of these places lead to '
Seen Heard and Done
I Among Those Who Go Come and 3Bfg Cancer. It may appear ,as an ordinary sore at first and is given

treatment as such, with some simple salve, wash or plaster with the hope

Tarry 4 Women and I that the place will Heal, Lut the real seat of the trouble is in the blood and
Society Here
*> and Elsewhere. cannot be reached by external remedies, and soon the sore will return. After

j Specials for a Few Days COURT awhile the deadly poison begins to,eat
into the surrounding flesh and the Z was suffering: 1'tatlyfromacancer-
By E MlUf flfClf. Telephone 669. out ulcer on my left breast,which had
P ulcer spreads rapidly,,becoming more begun to eat,and at; times would discharge
n s**************** 18 lbs Granulated Sugar $1 B' offensive and alarming until at last very offensive matter. I
knew the trouble was hereditary as an
the sufferer finds'he is afflicted with only,sister my mother and two of her
13 IBs Fancy Head! Rice $1 ke. City Newspaper Acted Cancer. Cancerous ulcers often start sisters died of Cancer. I am fully satisfied -
LOVELY MORNING WEDDINGOF i I would hare gone the sameway
MARY EAGAN The Journal's aboil, wart, mole or pimple, but; for S.8.S.,which cured me.
MISS Daily Fashion Feature.
AND MR. HENRY YONQE. : 9 Ibs Good- Rip Coffee $1 as a Boomerang-Justices which has been bruised or roughly Belton Mo. MBS. J.CAS3ELL.from .

wedding ceremony of Miss handled, showing that the taint is in
yary The Eagan and Mr. Henry ,M. We have just received a i Endorsed the blood, perhaps inherited. Another cause for non-healing ulcers and
in is the remains of constitutional disease or the effects of a long
Yonge took place the First Presbyterian fresh barrel'of Queen sores some
church Wednesday morning I spell of sickness. S. S. S. goes down to the

tt eleven o'clock, in the presence of Olives, at 50c quart, The Jacksonville Metropolis says: root of the trouble and cures so thoroughly

a large assemblage of relatives and The :Lake City Reporter, in its" uncalled S S' S'that there is never any sign of the trouble

fttentis! the pastor Rev. Julian S. for attack on Supreme Court in after years. As soon as the system get
Sibley! reading the beautiful serviceMr. Justices Parkhlll and Wnitfleld has e under the influence of S. S. S. the place begins

John Eagan brother of the ROSENAU & GERElDS ailed forth a defense from all over improve,the.dischargegraduallygrowsless,
bride and Mr. Chandler Yonge the state which guarantees:! the re- PURELY VEGETABLE the Inflammation leaves, the flesh resume

brother of the bridegroom were the I The Fancy Grocers, election of these two distinguished: ts healthy color, and soon the sore is well, because every vestige of the caust

ushers. Pl. Phone 391. Fensacofa. Democrats. Nearly every paper: in ss been removed from the blood. Book on sores and ulcers and medical ad.
The decorations were dainty and .H the state has-denounced the Reporterfor ... .. ...
--ro ".q ,pat -
few fine ... of WIFT iPEIEL"
gmple--a: growing a its attack' and at a meeting

few large vases of pink and white Tarnations .tastefully placed and last Saturday the following resolutions -

southern smilax twining about the Children'sParty 'were adopted by a unanimousvote .
chancel rail, gave an inviting effect :
without monopolizing attention from Whereas The following editorial

the bridal picture. utterance appeared in a. recent issueof
No brida e'er had a lovlier wedding -M' !' 'S the Citizen-Reporter a newspaper
day. It was an ideal day-ante published in this city:

.< 1 so to speak. Warm enough to ]tiday April 20 4 m. "The term of Justices Charles B.
Iring all the latest things In spring p. Parkhill and James B. Whitfield,two

morning costumes and cool enough & \\ justices of the State Supreme Court, o
to excuse all the pretty trifles in
boas etons, boleras" and other AT LIBRARY HALL understood expire next that January.the will It be is candidates generally

"shadows of
a wrap.
For benefit of Book fund. There for nomination at the coming primar-
Mrs. of A. tha M.bride Lappington and more grandmother than rill be dancing, skating, and 'games. ies. The people of Columbia county 10th ANNIVERSARY SALE SPECIALS

her 'Ldmissiou 10 cents Refreshments. will take a ghoulish pleasure in voting -
mother to was gowned in handsome
against them. Their unfair emth-
black. THURSDAY 9 A. M.
ods in fighting Lake City while en- ,
Mr. George Lappingtoa escorted
$ deavoring to secure the permanent location
his! pretty niece to the altar andgave ,
Kress' Sale
of the University of Florida will Embroidery
her away. She worn an etod i ,
be remembered -by all true,loyal and
jacket suit of dark blue taffeta silk,
patriotic citizens of Columbia county 5-and 10c yard.
with a dainty white silk blouse, s a
All Piano Work
110 Guaranteed. ;$
should not a
smart little,blue sailor with a saucy iio CLUTTER & RUSHING, $ These'men Wonderful Values Worth Up to 50c yard.
vote withIn the confines of our coun-
In the brim blue suede
tip up ox 12 EAST GOVERNMENT ST.
fords with blue silk hose, and blue f1p ty's border line, and, unless we are
gloves completed a blue costumethat E. p' ,PHONE 476. *ft! greatly mistaken in the people of Columbia 11A.M.

was! quite swagger and very be to 1a ** county they will not. Kress' Oil-Cloth

coming. She carried bride roses. '--, :f; : And, whereas, such expressions- .do Special,
Mrs. P. A. Buck of St. Louis, sisterof I not meet with our approval, nor of: the
th, bridegroom was the ,beautifu :;... oIiJ7uJ j father Mr. Edward O'Brien iwho is I people of this city or county; nor: 5 and 10c yard.

matron of honor, and Mr. Malcolm """'; j still ,in poor health and is a guest does said editorial set forth with any Values, 25c yard.
Tonge was his brother's best man ",. t of his sister Mrs. B. Motta 212 North degree of correctness the sentimentsof

Mrs. Buck wore a lovely white satin 'I+ .' !G1rrantes.air .. this community; and 3P.M.
foulard trimmed with blue, a white ', "'., ,' c '. Whereas, We deprecate the assail
chip sailor trimmed with white tulle, ,;!It.-*- ., ,. r. : and Mrs.. William G. Daily ing of the character and reputat'on' of
'- Near Cut" Vases
and carried white carnations.The :, :.: have removed ,from Alcaniz an a: the members of-our State judiciary on The Latest
bridegroom's mother Mm. P Strong to 806( Alcauiz. Their little account of their decision; therefore
K. Yonge word a handsome black son who had scarlet fever, has about be It. : 25 cents.
net gown. recovered Resolved, first, That we regret exceedingly
A room full of exceptionally: handsome With the requisite amount of some body portion -by an inch-wide Valen : .: the publication of the sa' Made for This Sale, Worth $2.00.eaaaaaeaasaaa .

presents were received by the sheer dainty lingerie material and a I ciennes insertion in rose pattern. Mrs. H. Hyer Whiting's mother article, and we desire in this public
Irtde. They seemed to have been few yards fine laCe edging and Insertion There is another inset of the insertion and sister :Mrs. Robertson asd Miss manner to express our appreciation, 11RESS' WINDOWS"!
telscted with unusual taste and care, the home dressmaker can Just below the high feather- >one col- Ida Robertson' did' not leave last night esteem and admiration of the persona] WATCH
and the only duplicates were in articles evolve the most charming of lingerie't lar, which is likewise inserted, and between for their home .1 fa. California having character of the gentlemen referred

that are welcomed:! and usable waists, at a small fraction of the cost r the yoke Insertions are three postponed their departure for ths; to and to disavow in a like public man ..
in duplicates, such as handsome cut asked for them in the shops. It is daisy pattern embrofde'ry motifs applied -present! .v .a?,.,, ner the idea that any such sentiments; -

glass pitchers.Mr. not necessary that .they.carry; an over to the batiste, which'is cut awaybeneath. ,' as those:expressed in said article! pre aearJ2iaa a
and Mrs. Yonge left on the amount of1 elaboration; but the mater- The full"sleeve.is confined Mrs. iW'Shepard'and''sister Miss vail in,this community, and to deny;
noon train! for Washington a Iarg3 ials of which constructed the Val- I IJennie Cook leave next week for N
they are to forearm by a band of the that any 'organized opposition exists
party of friends seeing them merrilyoff must be of the finest and all sewing: enciennes, finished" 'with 'a wide lace-,Texas." here to their re-election.
with showers of good wishes. must be done hand in this mod edged frill. This model also 0Mr ryU
-by m'ght I Resolved :second, That these preamble New Arrivals
After a stay in the capital city Hays Fernald, who has been m
el there is a deep scalloped yoke of be used in a plainer waist of<<,? either J and .resolutions be published in '
week much better
they will visit New TorX then go to qtite ill fora was
white batiste joined to the rather full, .woo or cotton fabrics; i the Florida Times-Union and the Jacksonville $ /
Buffalo and Niagara Falls, coming .1 last, .evening, ,
tack by way of St. Louis where they .m __ ; ,'".' Metropolis, and the other:'

will visit Mr. and Mrs. Buck. I I Mrs. 'P. A., Buck of, St. Louis, who state papers. be"requested to copy
i learn that they are to attend thewedding spending a month or so On East m mIri
On their return in about three I: of King Alfonso'of Spain : Hill with Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Reymundo has been"vIsiting in 'Mobile and returned same. i Children's Wash Suits
her These were signed by mm
weeks, Mr. and Mm. Yonge will reside and Princess Ella 'of Battenberg, 1417 ] Jackson. to lad matron of honor for
for the present with his parents, which takes place June L brother's wedding, leaves to-day Judge B. H. Palmer, A. J. Henry, A.
Mr. and Mrs. p. K. Yonge. w noon for home and will entertain the E. Small.'Braxton :Small, M. M. Scar
Admiral Dickens! has been chosento Mrs.: Raymond Stedman Keyes ,U
-+- young Couple wiin they reach St boroughJr.., Judge W. M. Ives, T. B
accompany Special expected home from Gulfport, where Oliver,[J3._,0. Palmer, J. B. Hodges,
ADMIRAL -honeymoon trip.
AND MRS. DICKENS Louis' 6n their.
Whittridge who will represent tne she is visiting,-abdut"'lpril 28. '
70 ATTEND ROYAL WEDDING.The United States it the royal weddingand -.- .f.t: :: Guy GUI} n.R.; T. Boozer, W. H. Wil $ White Pique White Duck
many friends of Rear Admiral there Isn't a UvS woman in so Jtrs. Monroe Campbell entertained son and F; DeFerro.
Dickins, former commandant oi Mrs. George P. Wentworth has the Excelsior Flinch Club Wednesday
II who not Mrs. Dickins
ciety will envy
the local and his cards out for a Card party Tuesday 'afternon. After' eight interesting Cheviots
navy yard accomDlish and Fancy
not to mentionthe
the prestige afternoon, April 24, at 3:30.: served i ice jjj jgffi
d wife, will be charmed to gamed the hostess
social- which
i gorgeous privileges I I Rheumatic Pains Quickly Relieved.
iI the appointment confers, for she ia Bream,- cake and strawberries. The The excruciating pains characteristic N N
to her huSband Today is Confederate Memorial lit meeting will be with Mrs. Clyde sciatica
I accompany ', of rheumat'sm and are
-, I --1-- day.the Bring monument all the in flow&rft Lee Park you canto on Wilson. quickly relieved ,by applying Chamberlain's In Buster Brown and Sailor Styles in flj
MEETING Pain Balm. The pain
great relieving
Palafox Hill by 1 o'clock. Next time try Blue R' bon Lemon or m
AFTERNOON.Y. of the liniment has y
MONDAY power 5M
Vanilla. Satisfaction guaranteed or
M. C. A. Auxiliary will not meeton e back. been the surprise: and delight of thous OJ sizes 3 to 8.
Saturday afternoon, but there: Hon. J. Ed. O'Brien has arrived your money ands of sufferers. The quick relief

Fox RiverClover will be a special meeting -Monday; afternoon from Washington, where his familyis CHILD FOR ADOPTION.A from pain which' It affords is alone N
now located, on a visit to ills its cost. For sale
at 4 o'clock. beautiful little boy, ward of the worth_manyjtimeg drtfggists. Ranging in Prices from $1.25 to $2.50
by all
.-+- Children's Home Society, is a candl: I

EASTER frlRTHPAY' PARTY IN MEXICO.. date for a ifirat-clagg family home,; I N
either in the northern or western part NN
Hill I Of''Florida. The Big' Meeting at Milligan. I .
As it is quite a treat to have a Fried Beans and Red Pepper..
Miss "It is Make your application at once, If Special to The Journal. fUm
birthday oh Easter day, little i a positive pleasure, writes' a
Edna i&ughter ,of ,,Mr.. and Mrs I San Antonio; Texas, man, "to write you can offer him loving hearts and Th* evangelist meetings opened> a i fjjs
Ernest Riedel took advantage of the, what follows! ," and you may use It at willing hands to guide this little four few nights -at Milligan by Evangelist Watson Parker Reese

same and sent out about.35 invitations your discretion. It mayI hope, year-old life in' ways of happy useful Kegel l. and' party of missionary work I m g

ButterReduced to her schoolmates and ,little, serve to set some other unfortunateon ness.Address ers. Of Pensacolawho are on a continuous I
friends to. be :with her from 3 to t 6 the "Road to Wellville. Mrs. C. H. Seaton, SupL, ; trip the south, as usual are! iaaaaaaaaaaaa

Sunday afternoon at her home 610 '1 am a: traveling: man, !selling l dry Room 5, Astor Building, Jacksonville, a great success;. .-' eaaaaaaaaaaaaru

West Garden and help her celebrat goods in Texas ana;: Old Mexico. Fla. ,Mr. James Watson th9 advertising :
the eighth anniversary of her birth. ?hat alone, ought to tell a story=of,a agent'of the party, has left for Flor-
The Misses Stella Reinhardt Paul-' disordered stomach, a sluggfct liver Keep your bowels regular by the ala, 'which will oe the next stop of

iue Multerand: Lorena Bazzell took -what I once thought'was a hopelessly use of Chamberlain's Stomach and the: party, ,to perfect arrangements I
charge of the little ones and led in impaired.digestion, and all the Liver: Tablets. There is nothing bet for' a series of meethigis.! Eastman Kodaks and Supplies.We .
their games at 'play. After a while rest of tha ills that go with a stomach ter. For' s4 c by all druggists. The entira, party in charge of Manager
they were invited into the larg3 dinIng completely wrecked. \ Davis, will procetf to Florala wish to call attention to our line of Kodaks films,
room .where they found the taHe "Have :you ever eaten a meal in' a ELEGANT LINE MEN'S LOW the middle of next week after closIng card mounts ejc. New and fresh material-prices the

to I decorated in yellow and white country town in Mexico? To keep, it SHOES JUST RECEIVED BY WAT the meetings at Milligan. least they can be sold for
with Easter novelties of chickens, up for three years would break down & :
rabbits and: candy eggs. The centreof any decent American constitution, CELEBRATED RALSTON MAKE.I I Cae's Bookstore.
the table was occupied by a pretty just as it did mine. Worth it'st

birthday cake with eight lighted lUust figure, Mr. Grape-A'ut mat, Phone 235. 213 Sooth PalJtfox Street, P."urolar

candles. Ice cream, lemonade, cake, one i} served three times a day with #H ; $"'" -

candy and sugared popcorn were the lack Mexican beans, cooked semi- WeightIn ,,
30 Cents refreshments which wereserved to hard in grease, and you eat them > -r- -- --- -4

the children by Miss Zillah Wil too, because you have to. Along with :$ AmusementsGentry's i iH'i .11.1101.1/1.i1111A11olP.IOliNlw/al///e..0111.!a

llama Mrs. John Massey and Mrs. this you must eat (for you can get Gold!t

E. Rl'edeL nothing else) greasy pork, cooked in % ** **1 .

The popular feature of the even, the hottest of hot peppery juice or II Linoleum i
ing wad "Chicken and the Egg" grease, and drink coffee black 'as Parade One Mile Long.
Per Pound which was very exciting; first prize Hades and strong as aqua fortis. One of the many features of the TO REMOVE FRECKLES AND

blus l won by Miss Katie Hartman, ""Now wouldn't that jar your. constitution Gentry Bros.: famous shows this PIMPLES IN TEN DAYS, USE
second prize by :Miss Lillian Pohl even, if you are from Michigan year is the grand, street parade,, t or Fthe Kitchen, For the Of lice, For the Store. t

Beginning Monday mann. and the bodby prize fell to lit ? which will lave. the show ground*! The Complexion Beautifier 0 0
tIt' rtladyHoll'fielcL "Well, i t0 got me, and got me good at 10:30 o'clock sharp, next Tuesday :
ean-1't'ash and scrub it all like. Wesell' .
Easy to keep you
!Miss Edna's guests were: th!! end plenty. I was so emaciated, a.:orning.April 24. The parade presented "
16th !Missed NOrma' Bazzeil. Mildred and weak hollow-syed, sallow, and what by this wel! known circus e Is guaranteed and : : Wilds Linoleums, which practically never wears :so

April Elise Andrews, ,Clara Reinhardt! ,, we have in Texas called 'no; count' firm is said to eclipse all former rauinoia money reloaded 0 out. Laid free, .

Louisa McVoy, Helena and Margrei. that I seriously thought of _collecting effo't"- by any circus, it being overDue It fails to remove
Rauschsr, Ernestine and Marie my life insurance. This was a. year,' mite long, comprising nine differ lad the
Zirklebach, Ernestine and' Gertrude i and a half ago. One doctor gave me pt sect'ons each complete in itself, the very worst cuts I China and'Jap Matting's. I

Pfeiffer, Eva and Hilda Hallmark,, liver mediclna: that made me worse,I and presents a beautiful spectacle; complexion! twenty days.

Kath Hartman, Lena Mertins Em., but the next one I struct was what long to be recalled.. It comprises a: Mrs Ednr4-ones, of Mount Sterling,, : more beautiful patterns than ever before. Won't you call }
.-..-. ma Thompson; Julia and Annie Mer I then called a pure food crank'-J, grand gorgwus, gold and glittsrin., Kentucky, writes i and see them Let us furnish enough for the dining .

tins Thelma and -'Winnie Courier,. don't call him that any 'more. array of calliopes, tableaux wagons,; feel to tell the benefit : room setting room or bed room: -20, 25, 30 and 35 cents f
"I it
duty yon
EunW\ :Massey, Helen White, Petrel "He ordered me to use Postum band':\} : chariots, tandem teams, 20 tfadinola ha my been to me. I had sufierec Laid Fr... .
Agnes Hilda, and Thelma Hansen. for coffee and Grape-Nuts'! for my of the finest ponies In; the world, IS,(I untold mortification with freckles,since child, .
'A Burnham, Lillian Pohl. meals, and mighty little'else. J was highly prized dogs, 75 monkeys hood. wing used *1I the highly recommended : *
I Mary bbh( creams and lotions, with mad : Window Shade made to order any size you wish. Hung
Sol Calm & Co Caro, giboons, two herds a t
Yvette baboons
mann, inga Johnson derperate and followed his directions and hesitancy I bought your entire treatment ,Feel. -
N-BBia and Annie .Quina and Gladys!'implicitly. Then, I got well. Today wonderful performing elephants and I I After &firing: W,Mr trial I most heartH
beautiful bouquets ." 1 cows, zebras, and al. recommend it, lot .WI worth MM weight it .
Holllfield. Several after 14 months of) this diet! weigh camels, Sacred 'hfttiug freckles. You,
The Pure Food Store, of nowera: were' presented! t
Southwest Corner Palafox and Intendencia tbe little hostess and 'a, great man election, a gool appetite, a good digestion "different climes' and jllng' s. +ith tncee. ; Your.Nadine the deserved Face Powder sncceu,iTrand. MARSTON & QUINA
leaving will be given it wishing you
gifts were given toher... Upon attend to my bus'ness everyday Two performances m sincerely._ ,
all declared they had had, '< but never go on a trip without this city ,next Tuesday at 2:15 in thE : 2

phones UT8 good time and wished her man carrying my Postum and Grape- tl afternoon and at S o'clock sharp al: Prki 50 cents' fad $1 CO, by leadiujrugg&s 108/110 S. Palafox St.J Phone 148. Pensacola, Fla. :
happy returns of the day. with me." Name given by PaStizm. sight. You can't afford to' miss th or mail. Prepittd by the i
:-+- Co.. Batth Creek, Mich. Gentry shows this year, as they an
than ever before. ,National TolUt Cot Paris,Tcn. $4NNOsNNNN4
-- Mr and* Mrs, Cy "R Bufgoyne an There's. reason. pow 'twice larger .


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it j1 Just Look Back a Little SALE $1700.00For two' & WATSON.

qu'.ck: sale, we are .
Successors to Thai. C. Witm & C)
neat little cottages, fronting the bay,
i and the opportunities ; missed. Lots Ten very desirable }lots; and 3 Its cheap.
see many you have lots at Fisherville. ;

{i1 I' : of them are ,there not? .- ..... INVESTMENT I ? .- Block 92 of the .New City.. I $5000.00 ;i .Leading. Real Estate, Rental, and !Insurance Agency

Tract, intersection xJ ckson Elegant! little home on GarJen StJ:
; I have got them for sale. You can'tfind close in lot 50x240. Let us show you,
kt Better Look Ahead .' a better investment than. Pensa- street and f6thavenue; overlooking tI 1s.
cola! real estate. "
k1 $2400 l the 'bay, beautiful T HAVE YOU PROPERTY ANY- Bargains in Real Estate in all parts, of the

. Or a whole lot more will: 'get by":you. Remember what will buy an elegant 6 room cottageone 1 lots,for residences, WHERE TO SELL? ,I city.. ,I'
!j.i houses and lots sol r for onEast= ..and North Hill: two block from Lee square right I
Seven Block 55 Bel-: LOWFIRE ,
rl.t ;years ago? Nowjus* imagine'what: ,' (be two years in across from school No. 1. Bath gas, MONEY TO I .

f1 :i ... the ,future.. : _. ..... and everything. modern. montTract; lots in this Block BOND -AND ACCIDENT IN.' Stores and Dwellings rent.
hTh $310Q '
large roomy. residence- North. Hayne selling at $700. ;:. ., SURANCE.: Loans made at current rates of interest on

t Buy Pensacola RealyTo.day! : -Street $1000t. I Six houses North Alcaniz L. S. BROWN & CO. improved or unimproved property.

ri1i for 80 acre farm of town, with 6 fc Street, good investment,*willet l

\ You'll make money if you do. See our. lis" room house thereon. 10 201 Theisen Building. Insurance placed in fifteen leading American -
r n cent.
Look at the following! : per
1; $$850.00-( room house, East,. Romana' .* and foreign companies.
just east Tarragona For particulars apply to "HE.: SELL LOTS"

j>: ; $1,750.00-Half block, 400 by 137% We respectfully} :solicit your patronage.Our .

, Pensacola Investment Company $600.00 feet,-near One car block.1'ne: New New City, City..Tract, oTi7nAiiiiiiiFO: I rental department given especial l atten-

;: north of Stoddart's. Will be worth McDavid-Hyer Company, tion. Call and see our list.

i I A. H. D'ALEMBERTE City Manager.R. $2,000.0G-BJock double in two'years.close. to''Stoddart's.2,000.00Two '. Agents New :York : A FEW DAYS ONLY
: Life
t:1; j W. KNOWIIS, President B. SIMPSON, Secretary. 1 I: $ houses, eactf 5' rooms, Insurance Company.
8 E. Government Strict
r '''i J.L STILLMAN, V..Pres. ani Gen. Manager. KNOWLES BTU, Treasurer. '.- West Wright,. rents $240' a year':' Phone 7CO. Pensacola Fla. -
() 1-room
$600.00- house, rents $84 a
53 vacant lots that are cheap at $100
per lot Ten 3 and 4 room houses HOOTON & WATSON
U.OOo-.store and dwelling, West! .i ,
< Wanted I] (hat woud: be bargains at $693,
215 South Paiafox Street Pensacola* Florida. )!1 Jackson street rents $216 a year. .. great I
I, { each.. We will sell the entire lot for
shngle mill crew,' ;?9000 if taken at once. This s the PHONE
LESLIE E. steady work and good prices. Apply;I property that will ever be
BROOKS The J. L Kelley Co., Whitfield,' Fia.19aprlw .- offered here.: I
I Corner lot on E Zarra'gossa St. with .
Phone 462 Fisher! BuildingW.ANTDCarpenters. : -
',8 room house* this is a bargain only ... __ = -'lA'iI' -""" ,, _
ONE MAN'SLOSS IS. circular saw filer for offered once in a life time. """" = __

20,000 capacity mill Apply The J.f 440 E. Man! St., 4 room, kitchen
HLLP WANTED I. Kelley Co., Whitfie d.li'a.' 19apr1W* and large hall: cheap.

;f ANOTHER MANS; GAIN! I -- The finest place for a fruit and vegetable American Life Insurance Company
!I WANTED-Room and board for gentleman -, farm*inVest Florda: contains
'Apply new:
and wife and child or furnished -1! 160 acres, a 4 room house large of Tampa, Fla.
This is Your Opportunity to Blount building, Palafox and, Garden room for light
streets. 'U.!;i housekeeping.arn and other out houses; 500 pear
k11 Buy a Beautiful Home .11 Give full particulars as to rates and.: trees, 25 or 30 pcan., ?n_ numerous Only Legal Reserve Company Organized in Florida.
i l lWANTEDi .
I locality. Address "Rates, care .Jour1 1! other fruits. .
i* Modern 5 room and hall cottage with large lot line. ; good cook. Apply to naL 18apr5t 40'a CAPITAL STOCK $500,000.
near car on East .. I re farm and house and barn,
I Hill .. .. ...................... .. .. ... e.. ........$1100.00 Mrs. Carter* at the Navy Yard. I f 1 s,well worth J1200; close out at $600.
::4 Beautiful cottage on East Hill with all modern improvements with : l8aprlwWANTEDCarpenterS. WA."ITEI-All owners of poultry to]. The finest turpentine business in Every dollar of capital and legal reserve to be invested IN THE

4 a quarter of a block of land-a bargain at. .. .... .. ..$4300.00 ', Apply J.] know that we are'agents for'the eel-f West Florida; it has to'be seen to beppreciated. TOWNS AND CTIES WHERE IT IS PAID IN. Among its officers

f. An ideal home on East H11 with three large lots for..... .$2500.00 1 t| Willock, corner Palafox and Goazal-to ebrated C nkey'z Poultry Remedies. a Will take pleasure, in and stockholders are many of the
A modern cottage with city water and one vacant lot, a "bar *: Guaranteed to 'cure rupe, cholera!j snowing this to any one interested.

gain.. .... .. !1, .,..S..eo,.... '... ... .... ._t.......$625.00 i ez Sts. :ISaprSt 'gape and to kill fleas, Tee: and mites: MOST ABLE MEN IN THE STATE

GILT EDGE FIRST-CLASS: INVESTMENT. ,, Also their.wonderf l"egg'producer"F..
W.A.NTE1)-A first-class stenographer' UP-TO-DATE CONTRACTS.
| i < .
S. Mellen
& Co. Phone No. 334.
ic; ; Two houses, Nos. 522 and 526 East Romana St., rent for 8.00 a month at once. Apply to Hooton & Wat-, ]18apr.

pIt for immediate sale at.. ..,... .... .... ... ... .. ..$ 625.00 : son. 17apr';:i:- ". T. CRAWFORD Policies From $50 to $10,000.
New House No. 315 Salamanca St. rents for 8.50 a month .: WANTED-'-Position as stenographer

at.... .... .. .. .... ..... .... .. ..... ... .........$800.00 I, W.A\'TED-&Jesman of long experl-:'I or for any knd: clerical. work by 31514 South Palafox Street.
4j Three new houses on West Gov ernment St.,' near' Coyle, rent for : ence wishes a connection with first, 'lady ,of experience. Can furnish best Pensacola, Office: Brosnaham BuildingFor

It; J2S50, a month for. .. ....... .. o. ... .,. .......$2600.00 ''class grocery firm in .Pensacola.: For 'of ;references. Address C. C. M.,-care I
ill Cottage at 517 East Journal Board and .... ..... -- ... __...__
Chase St.rents for ".00 a month for..$ 475.00 West Florida. Can carry establishecbusiness I ; 15apr2w, Rooms. "- II> ""- -T.Ji7 c".jI
t ________, ,,__,,__,...._... I
i All lots in Haxent Tract West of "C" street now for sale. : with me. Will be open May) WANTED-To buy ,old gold and sil "
.Ij All property listed with us advertised free of 1st, "Georgia," care Journal 1
cost, to owners. j ver, broken up stuff regardless of ROOMS CHEAP-Furnished or un

THE COLLECTION, OF RENTS A SPECIALTY 114apr2w* .j jI sizes. Cash paid. Llghtman & Klein! ,furnished, suitable for light Farm Turpentine or _For Sale., _
I I II 106 E. Wright Phone 1127. keeping. On the Hill, location house-I
WANTED-First-class cook at once and healthy..,Close to car Apply Timber Lands; FARM FOR SALE-SO acres. located
ii THE FISHER REAL ESTATE AGENCY, i I I 240 W. Garden. f: llapr].i iWANTEIDA WANTED.-A.your moving and R., ,hauling..Bingham He'wants guai. 314 E.ftStrong. Phone 1213. LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITY *in at and Cottage with Hill on railroad house ; all]["DceJ

ISaprlm Call on or Address large barns, outhouses
sw* 206 SOUTH PALAFOXST. PHONE 87 good all-round printer,! antees all breakage. Fiona 630. etc. Creek runs througa '31!

-I- I capable of doing first-class'job print." WANTED-We' want your orders for TWO LARGE: UNFURNISHED rooms Turner. &, Aymard land and 4 or I 5) springs are I alto!! on
I ing and experienced in newspaper] 1907 Art Calendar' Over 300 original with privilege of light housekeeping J the land. Plenty shade trees and apple

work. Must be absolutely ,softer;' no. designs to s elect from. All l use of phone and bath. Near Real Estate and Abstract Co. J i pecan, peach and plum trtes
ROPERTIES FOR SALE drinking man need apply. ,Cook &!! prices. Mayes,:Printing Co., East Hill bath house and four blocks P. 0. Box 115 DeFuniak Springs,Fla Good soil; also have a lot sf fine breed
I.mYESTMENTP Hutchison, Chipley, Fla. 7aprlm' ,la. pensaco-I from car line. Very desirable place. l::chickens, ducks, hogs, goats, pra
; Lilt'of. Property for Sale D. fowls, pigeons ut
by Hale I WANTED.-Electric work of Terms reasonable. Address Box 557., geese and tursfys
SALE Wilson & Co. I Let us ClEan your fans. reair or, call at 1803E., ISth stree FOR RENTa 1 ll kinds. Reasonfor se'libg' Is that I
J One block on proposed street carline WANTED : dynamo <1_ jour wiring, etc. Puona:: 17aprlw. ,** .. nn.rwL Jt:'U .rUfltLW trfl JflWWUUW t have no one to manage place. A great

tS:1 Five room cottage, rents JOS per New City, overlooking Bayou __rT .I 570. Pensacola Elec\"ri_ Co.. 205 S. A FINE (DOUBLE ,..! TTRNISHEDroom FOR RENT-5' room house"with. all !bargain either as an investment or
: II
It t year.. .. .. .* ...... .......'.$700 Texar One..half and.block under on fence Lakeview. ...avenue.13000( WANTED TO RENT Small cottage.I I Baylcn.WANTED.. with board; (fbath room, telephone -,, modern conveniences 'on North HilL;, for which party to looking make for money.a good Every farm\hin5r on

'. Large two story house with store in settled neighborhood on hard j Must be close in and cheap. Ad-! .-All kinds ot electrical No.. 865;' on electric car line.I I I Apply B. F. Wolfe at Citizens' Natlon'j* | genuine and just as repr osen ted. No

-4 room on Wright St, rents $20 per road, very cheap at.. .. .. ..$1500(j 'dress with full particulars; care i work. I jell all kinds of electrical at, 415 W Gregorj",St 14aprlw! : al Bank. 18apr1 f'f ake. Write or call on W. H. Morgan
month...... .... ...... !
,. ..$1900
i"Q Journal batteries and ther for further
One-half block ((12 lots) and six new ; : I ISapr supplies. FOR R'ENt-3: 4-room cottages oir ]Box 453. Pensacola, ,1arclars. : -
t'h houses When you need me ring 345 or 955. FURNISHED ROOMS: FOR RENT ;3lma-
EAST HILL LOTS. renting for $5.00 each with u
our- 12th and Garden St. Rent.
; PANAMAS: -Let us clean Pan. E. W. Peake, new Star Laundry building. Privilege of light house keeping. 219 avenue
-tf Eight lots; cheapest on the market, room for seven more houses.. $3250(j East Government street Block a $G.50 per month. Apply 12th ave. and; i JUST RECEIVED-Large snlpment of
and Garden. and
ma straws. Hats cleaned,block- E. ISdec
for the location. Other : Two large lots and a' good three' ,
lots in same half from Paiafox. Salamanca St. loaprlw imported Olive Oil Retail by pint,
ii;fl vicinity are held for $100. For quick room and hall house renting for 6.00(j !ed and rebanded by expert workman. NEW UPRIGHT PIANO to exchangefor i 10apr2w gallon or larger quantity. G. Morasso

'!:;k: sale, each .. .. .... .. ..........$60 per month; if sold at once.. ,.$600 ;Leave hats at Fredericksen Tailor lot on East Hill Address P. WANTED few regular boarders- A. R. BINGHAM has storage room for & Co., ship chandlers antf grocers 7U1'
) One nice fiye roomed house in good Shop, 34 S. Palafox St Special attention 1- 0. Box 207. 30mar few rent* suitable for furniture or other South Palafox. 4oct.
I Also a table boarders in
: locality with 37 foot lot renting for to mail orders. goods 104 and 106 South Tarragona ,

t bh C. R. YAEGER $10.00 per month. .... .. H$1000 WANTED Will invest Miscellaneous family car line; ;good use location of bath ;and convenient phone No.to" St. Phone 630 SOnov FOR SALE OR RENT Two lighters;
One-half, an arpent and ten roomed( $1000 to $3000 401 E. one with capacity for 75 thousand f.
{ci No. 202 Thelsen Bldg. Phone 686.i1 house in central part of the city nice with services, in some ligitimate Gregory. 8aprlm lumber, the other thirty thousand ca

: U shade and fruit trees.. .. ..$5500 ;and respectable business. Give par PIANO TUNING.will be in the city L -6 HOTELS. pacity. Rates reasonable. Also 'wo
Vacant lots ticulars. M., 42. care The Journal for a week or ten days. Send meJ}PLEASANT ROOM to rent. 301( W. wftnwut_-
)n any part'of the city 1 Chase., twnwaJwumrw skiff boats for sale cheap, 22 ft. Ion:,
at prices that will take. Several investments 12apr3w your orders by phone 802-2 rings. J. 8apr- FERSRELL HOTEL-Sneads, Florida. 5 ft beams. Telephone or write .I. A
Professional! that will net 10 per cent Comrad Scott, 11th St and 15th ave., NICELY FURNISHER ROOMS for Rates $2.00 per day. Nice rooms,!; Directory on the WANTED-Youn'g country printer 19aprlw* rent. Apply Mrs. E. Coulson i.
money invested. corner good beds, table the test J. M. Fer-!|
'MM rt-fl*D t>i-*fl.nntCJ *.rtJflflMJ'J1J.rSVJtflJUJ l W MV FOR RENT. wants a position in newspaper or Chase and Spring Sts. 8apr nell, Prop. 17apr! < THE HIGH LAND-East Hill electric -

4 t THOS. PEBLEyn; Ten ,roomed house centrally located, job j office in Florida or Alabama. Has GOOlD.TffiVS FOR PENSACOLA NICE ''FURNISHED day.1 I car line s'x lots 100 ft. front
:m t and unexcelled for a boarding house eight years' experience and an 'all- you need any locks or keys repaired suitable for light ROOMS for rant, HOTEL VERNON-Rates $2 per I I by 137% deep, corners $700, ins. LAW REAL ESTATE. LOANS AND round good job printer. A perfect1 fitted in house housekeeping. Special rate by week. Special at- :
on street car line. $35.00 per month. or anywhere your ; of. I I l lots $600. There are no better sit\\I ia-
?t COLLECTIONS, iFlve roomed house close in town, gentleman and absolutely sober; will][ if you have any trunks 'needing'repair 810 E. Gadsden bath. Apply tention to traveling men. Free sam-'I tions than these lot*. A. V. ClubbFOR ,.
fi PALAFOX AND ROMANA.. l large yard and nice out buildings stable L- start on moderate salary Address, ing or lock and key; or have you a 2Smarlm. St or phone 896. pIe 1room. Mrs. J. P.' :Mauldin Prop. -" --

;' PHONE 55*. etc., $20.00 per month. :I j stating full particulars, Arthur Wit dull lawn mower needing 'sharpeningor I 15apr. SALE.-Improved aatf unimproved ..
!!;'t. If what you want is not listed here free, White Castle La. 12aprlw repairing scissors or carvers to PLEASANT place, to board on North I. HOTEL SOUTHERN-open all the property In all parts of the cit
call us by grind; pistols and rifles to clean Hill on car line. Address No.8, J.A. Wilson & Co., Real Estate Agent:,
up phone 234 or call and guns American and
year. European
!3 T G YATES M. D see us at 30 S.. Palafox street WANTED-Your orders 'for tailor- and repair? We can properly clean, care Journal 27ma Special summer rates. First-class plan.in Room 172. 7, Salisbury building. Phone 23J.3AUTOMOBILES.
clothing. We
make and make of '
yourc10thes adjust repair any type- ROOMS FOR RENT-furnished or un every respect. Pleasant and convenient -
( D. Hale Wilson & Co. fit. Let us take your mea writer. All of these things and many .-I am agent for the
4 furnished. Mrs. M. J. Robinson, 600 Mrs T. L. Bowen, Prop.. Pen-
l OPTICIAN ure. Lamm & Co., Chicago,. W. 0.) others you can have promptly done; E. Gadsden St. 24marlmWANTED I t sacola, Fla. loapr Pope Mfg. Co. and can sell you auto)
1 306 TH/ESEV BUILDING Wells, agent Chipley, Fla. Tap'rlmSECOND at F. B. Bruce's, 28 East from 500.00 up. They cost less tkaa

I'r Phone 380. A few boarders at 212 W. THE BROWN HOUSE-Airy rooms horses to keep up. They can be main
That Easter Dinner HAND CLOTHJNG WANT[ Governnient.j' Gregory. New house, good neighborhood good beds. Free baths and sample sand or anywhere a horse can go.

i _____ ED-Highest price paid..for gents' GOOD PASTURE-For a !. and on car line. ISmarlm room. $2 'per day Special attention Leslie E. Brooks.
clothing only. Sell second hand goods and cows. Address jr apply to W./ to traveling men. J. R. Brown, Prop., FOR StALE-Ten and second
; WM. D. HOWE A fine Easter Suit 1s: all right but Dress su'.ts for NICE FURNISHED ROOMS for rent.
rent 9 B, !
tnt 4eric a. H. Kilbee, Brents, Fla. ISaprlw DeFunlak Springs, Flat ISmarlm sscond hand office safes, different
you will want a nice Easter dinner Newly furnished, clean and nice,
: t
.-rf;: ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT CENTRAL HOTEL CHIPLEY sizes, best makes at bargain price-
? and the place, to get it is at Moyerj, WANTED-By a man, near postomce. Apply at 128% E. -op.
t on the square.' > Government street, Mrs. B. M. Trainer. depot Large and well lighted Scarritt Moreno, office East Gou'-n'
.! 14-'z! EAST GOVERNMENT ST. Phone 718. as stenographer. A-l references? Mattresses made to order; old ones 7janlm. rooms. Free sample room. Meals at ment St 24nur
} i furnished. Address C:2..care Journal..1.3aprlm. renovate; New ticks furnished. ,
Nice Western or native Beef all hours. Special attention to traveling FOR SALE-An busine"
in installment
01J at five '
furniture newspapers
Second hand bought and ; cents a bundleat
fact a good up-to-date Meat Market men. $2.00 per day. J. M. Tug- In ac
repairing'donr.. this office. They all Pensaco'a with over 500 lease
sold. UpholsteriBg and are clean
and a fine line, of WANTED-Stenographic work gle, Prop. ISmarlm Owner -
'LJ' Staple and Fancy Of any 114 E. Belmont St., city, phone 71L and nice. counts. Will sell cheap for casb.
Groceries. I, nature. Will give same prompt. a,t. Davis Mfg. Co.,.C., T. Davis Mgr. CHIPLEY HOTEL-Carl Setterlind, has other business and cannot -it-
20 lbs. Standard Granulated Sugar tention. Phone 285. Sapr1m.WANTEDThe Prop. Special attfntion to commercial tend to it. Address "Me." care th.3.

$1.00. .EXCURSION-The launches Stella Money to Loan. travelers. Free sample and bath office. Sanr*
public to
24 pounds Patent Flour 65 know that .... .
cents. rooms. Large rooms with good beds. Thos,
12 we can do all kinds of repairing and Leclair will run excursions to NOTICE TO CANDIDATES-
pounds Patent Flour 35 cents. float building, horse shoeing, etc. J. the Life Saving Statipn,. or other(I. MONEY; TO'LOAN-Everybody bor $2 per day. 13marIrnBAYH0TEL.Open wishing to make a successful n-n!

MOYER, OH THE SQUARE. G. Welsh Carriage Co. .27feb 1; points of interest, day or night on rea' row'money from Jno.' A. Hall & night and day. should supply themselves with a boO'
:.. sonable terms. Phones 659 and 330. I Co, 16 E. Government street When European plan. ',Rooms light and tie of PLUTO. Now is the season '

COURT HOUSE DYEING. Pressingand J. Sutherland. Mgr. 12ap'r: in need call on"s.. Sfsblm clean. Transient trade. solicited. prepare your stomach and 1 IIVt.r
LOST Cleaning Club 212 N.DeVUlers 575-579 S. Paiafox. Jas. S. Nicolsu. against all diseases.; Pluto will do it.
't!;" WSuVflrn.nrsnrnrn ltftrnnr.rvjwsj.- St., Mrs. T. J. Davis Prop. Your patronage TAILORING-B. L. Diamond, Tailor.'r I MONEY LOANED on all kBn5? of perpoual Prp.? .For sale by all druggists and grocers.wholesale ,
;;..J1ti LOST. STRAYED OR STOLEN- solicited; satisfaction guaran Gents' clothing cleaned pressed and 1 1I: pioperty on short notice. by Jas McHugh.
Pure whte; pup about six months teed. Careful attention 'given ladies repaired on. short notice. No. 11 I I Terms easy. J. B. Gray & Co., 2 W.

DRJ.H.MOCK old; cross between' fox terrier and garments. Phone 1222. V8febWANTED. West Government St Pensacola, Fla. I I, Romana., Phone, .1165, 1feMoNEYTOLOA1reaieState Bale FOR SAI..E-One good second hand
bull liberal; reward'retnrn to F. R. .-Th Jlercnanu Trans: Ide Meade, 118 W, Cervates. 19apr3t Co. wants your moving and'bauun or j I 3. Fisher building. H-i'j_ ;
L ufficient security FOR SALE-Foarty-fiye thousand
J. H. PORTER 716 other by %i ,
.sallmaker South
tt. Dental Surgeon. I; LQSTr-Saturday, Apr'F14, presuma- All breakage guaranteed.. T. B. Tnor- Palafox street Orders taken for tag to Thos. Pebley. cor. Palafor 'plV1 acres of vifgin pine timber land In FOR SALE-7-room house. I storeroom
bly from sen. Proo Phone 97' "iSJnnelm.WANTED. .
Crown and Work I trousers wagon containingpair tents, awnings,'camp stools and house Romana. up ttalra. UnoT-m. one body. 'Apply to Walter Gentry,, 2 closets, pantry, city water
Bridge a Specialty. addressed
l Painless Extracting of Teeth. If found- returned If. Pj Moog. .-Real Estate for ial Ie 6 r cots. etc. Prices reasonable. Sljan. Chipley, Fla. 17aprlw] Lot 70x137& corner 10th avenue and
: to Express office LEND-On
joEYTO good on
rent leasa or exchange. Your butt estate Desoto streets East Hill. Apply
-bs, i 28/2 S. Paiafox St. : and receive reward. 18apr ness respectfully solicited. J, .&. wn. SHIP CHANDLERS:-McKlnzIe Oerting security, or on good collateral FOR SALE Desirable boarding place R. E. Coleman lOapr 2w*
;u 7 and 9 Old Armory Building. 'I son, Real Estate Agent 22ft W. Government '&; Co.. wholesale and retail ship I at lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks 'house, newly furnished throughout,I
.:. hon 1077. j i LOST-Lady'S double case gold watch, street Room 7, 'Salisbury chandlers and grocers only. first-class I Fisher building. 2ljac rent paid to July 23, sewer connection FOR SALE-Car load Tennessee
ID I I monogram "S. M. B.., one side, building., Phone 17%. 23JanWANTED. house of kind in city. (Fair prices! to alt electric! Ughta: and telephone horses and mules. Can be seen atPou's
LIi fleur-de-lis set with : MONEY LOANED on all kind & Turton.
T l'UJC to" diamonds on other. -- of per., Will sell ,all or part Twelve regular stablss. McMillan
r. \1\1\ ''I I IJI" Lost on Bagdad walk, or streets of .-Hauling ad'transfer.;. MATTRESSES RENOVATED. Ne"r soul property on short notice. boaraters: now besides transient daily aprlU

t -- PAINLESSAMD opium! 1IO4U. Milton. Return to Miss Mae Blanchettfi work. Office phone. ass; ,retlden.c, tick furnished desired.. All doneIn I Termi easy. J. W. Bullard upstair I Apply 105 E. Intendencia St., p? FOR SALE--Nice. clean old newspapers .
'4 .U1rof ca1D..n.k1Jkl1,1 DpiDIZIcoPIU ,- Milton. Liberal reward. phone 90. Acosta" White, J2-28 jf. good order on short notice. .Leave '28}, South Palafox St., Phone 1144. cola, Fla. April at lYe cents a bundle. This of.
large book if par ISaprlw. Tarragona St. *>' : .2Smr : orders at Green & Watson. Phone ., __ Snor nsa-I' fice.
; --1 FOR SALE -Full biood white
g tienlufoakaauwsuttorlna ..: 193. 7mar '
u ty i treatment.AdamiDr.-. j Al\'TED.-The public to know that CARRIAGES UNLIMITED amount or money to loan L dotte eggs Beacon of Boston FOR SALE-Shoe making and repair-
.woouii GET A PANAMA, $5.00 AND repaired and repainted. 0:1: all kinds of personal property $2.50 setting of 15. Few fine i no
So )I. $7.50 old newspapers can be bought at Floats built to order Horse''shoe very I i in-3 shop! ; estafcl'shed trade;
$10.00 AT STANDARD CLOTHING Special rates to business men on large cockrels nady for the yard. Address I for gooJ
CUi& this office for five cents bandit. They Ii competition; good opening
ing J. G. Welsh ,
a specialty.
Whiskey & Can-lag 'Joana. New York Loan Co.
COMPANY.' I are all clean and nkt. Co. .%7 eby The 204% Chas. Murray, DeFuniak Springs Fla.- man. J. :Mindel, Bagdad, Fla.
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Thousands Each Day Who !4re"LJokng f r B rgains

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Lester BARGAIN Piano fOR, mahogany LIST SALE PIANOS.flao, order. I ADSIEY 6 COMPANY ,.l'! 'McMillan Bros. Co.J[;ou'RT r CASES[ IN PRESS THEBUTTON -

_ now |275, used only ,
.as' $350, price .

a per few month.mouths. J10 cash balance fS :.: : COMMISSION BROKERS, W'ASHIN6TONCOUNTY T N "

Irving handsome case was ?300 i joIdjoe"
little used. Terms *10cash .
Clutter.. $6 per large month.handsome mahogany .: MOBILE. ALABAMA. li litVe I'Irh '
$400 now $335. A bargain. ': whiskey

case Terns was$15 cash, $8 per month. Private Wires N. Y., N. 0and Chicago.COnONSfOCKSGRAlNPROVISIONSandBONDS. .
NMilin.! high grade mahogany; was i'.
$390; rented only few .
$450 noW .MARKETSH thelilcaning
months; $20 cash $10 per month. [ ; I a

Sterling, ebony case, was $350 now aayy Docket Disposed of at Last of
cash. $6 per month. : The Simple*-Surert-Safest_
*120, $10 site mahogany case Bought and Sold on Margin or for Investment. : Naval Stores. solid, comfort r Hudiest-tad only Perfect WrI I
Clutter large ; : 'Savannah, Ga., April 18.-The naval Session of the County S4fUing Pea. No gUa filler
used seven months was $400 now i stores market closed today as follows: is the satisfaction! of knowing -n'ink to. ipifl-CO ciorjtnrorduking. ,

1275; $10 cash $8 per month. Referent: First Rational and Peoples Banks Phone 1173 :v1v. .... .. .I... ......5 40 Court. that you're always getting the Ton tie
Kimball, walnut case, was $375 used .t.tFEED WG .... .. .. ...... '.........5 30 best-that's "old joe." a whiskey the limply picture pro)tni the batten ten fclitiat (uin i '
two years, now $185 $10 cash balance H....................e...................4....... N...... .; .. ...... ..........5 20 everybody prefers, '-iailu"
$7 per month. i I.: ... .. .. .. .. ............5 15 uniform- Write die instant ft
All of the above are upright pianos C.5 10 Special to The Journal. because it's always touches the paper

and we guarantee them. We have 16 .1 MELLElS CHICK FEEDTo [....... .. .1 .. .. ..........4 50 Vernon, Fla., April 18.-County: pure-fine., and, ah! that
square pianos from $15 to $45. 50c :1.-.4 20 ourt: which convened Monday April delicious flavor! .'

per week; 'good for practice. your newly hatched brood. Why fill their G...... ....: ,.... ..., ..". .....<1 ,00F. t th, adjourned last Saturday. There foil measurer-convenient package .Eagle$150Flash )
CLUTTER as quite. heavy and much
.... .1 I. S .I,. :.1 .i..3 90 a docket everywhere
Pensacola Fla. little crops'with meal or other soft feed that E.... .. .. 4.:., .. .... ......3 80J. f the business was alspoced of. moderate price-sold No.xj with 14 ktnt toll!cold i

F('it SAJj&One fine mantel l foldingbed soon packs and s )urs causing fatalities ] .. .... .. .. ..;... .... ....o 75 -mong others. the following cases b" atlanta pen point-best nlcsnizcd j
(the latest) baby's high chair many 0.... .. .. .. ........ .......3 70 era tried: "b & rubber aad fully gumateed.
when mixture of 20 kinds of seeds and State Henry. Berry concealed EMbMFIui"No.25
baby carriage chairs dishes etc. Ap a grains 'Spirits Turpentine 64% cents., vs.- ,
gold buuU.$150
ply No. 26 S. Palafox St. ISaprlw. will furnish all that nature requires to make eapons. Trialby. jury verdict of I EKbHFk*" No.26 ,
AUSLEY & CO.'S REPORTS ;uilty. Sentenced to pay a fine 1 krcetize $3.00
them thrive. 100.00 and cost of prosecution, in .. withgoldLn4IIh$4.oo i
SALE.-A photographers outfit Liverpool l Cotton Market. --'''- =
FOR of fine
fault payment of and costs Sold by Stationer:
Cheap. Apply Fisher Furniture I Telephone F. S. MELLEN 6 CO. No. 334 .. ClOR8Jan.I'eb. br.ee! months in county jail. aod Other Store

store 158 E. Intendencia St. 27mar I'e1\lsr.................................... Lewis. Bear Co.' vs. J. M. Poston doesn't Ask YOUR tell DEALER.yon the Eagle If be
FOR SALE-Registered Berkshire I; Uw.-Apnl....................... .& ;, 'Co., damages.! Trial by jury and $$3.00SHOES "FLASH"Fountain Feu then
hogs; beet of breeding. Ask for A.prtl-M f erd'ct: for ,plaintiff. On motlon of fend the retail price direct to

catalogue. Carl Betterlind, Cnlpley, '. Put them in Before the FLIES and May-June.......................699JnneJ lie 'defendant the judge granted the us.anteed.Each pea absolutely guar
flaP : .SCREENS'! .ly: .,.... 5.99 efendants a new trial.
I MOSQUITOES. get into your house July. uruJ, .. 5.98 Stata vs. Alex Hutch, concealed: Eagle Pencil Co.
FOR SALU-5econd hand 25 H. P. : k. We August.September.t.5.93\ \reapons. Found guilty. Sentenc Manufacturer
boiler. Will sell cheap.> Apply to ; can furnish Them CHEAPER NOW. 8eptembt>r.Ocaober .. 6.78 o p pay a fine bf 100.00 and cost of 3,'Broadway.New York |
Key Method Laundry. 13April "' Supply! of BRICK now'onhand. Oclober-NoYember rosecut'on. In default of payment
NoTember-December ....t.5, !3Deoettb J )f fine and costs three months in
FOR SA1K One large fire proof Victor r Phone 11. H. G. DeSILVA & CO- r-J&Bu*ry :... .
safe!, practically new. Double I v..M' & "'....................................-\1 LiTerpooI Spots 62L.0 :ounty.State jail.vs. Jim Mason disturbing .-
Reason fot selling have a.
ublic assembly trial by jury ver-
l We're calling attention todayto
Sate Dept., Wm. Johnson
larger one. New York
18apf I ilL _i-- -- Cotton Market. !let not guilty. our lines of Men's and Wo
&Son. Open High Low Close J. .J. Pelt vs. Tom J. Watt, dames men's Ihree Dollar Shoes.
FOR 9ALE- latest Improved crank handle 45 May 1183 11.34 11.2 11.29 )f: the last primary when Watts was Shoe we intend that the Shoe
for each] OPPORTUNITIES FORINVESTMENT July 11.23 11.24 1118 iLlS cand'date! for Sheriff. It seems
keys key opens register will be the best, that the same
August 11.03
11.0J 1099 lie
for is don't ;bat Watts hired a mule from Pelt S
clerk. Only reason selling Ooaober..lO'OO 10.62 10.54 10.55 amount of money can or will XPR55iJ
need this style register for our.busi Deeember..10.81 10.63 1054 10.55 i: Chipleiy for one of his agents too buy anywhere. PREPAID
nees. Cost over $350 price will interest Sew York Spotg. 11.8S. to this place and vicinity to doome We've never seen our $3.00
; you. Address National Cash Whflit ; electioneering: for him, but in- Shoes equalled for the money.
R Ister. Journal office. 18aprFOR !tead hVj agent went to Millvi'lerhich We've a treat In store for the
Open High Low Clow is considerably further. On,
Three Dollar: Shoe wearer.
SALE Five room cottage on Slay-. 81 81H 80 81% :eturning the mule died and Pelt

monthly payments city water gas afforded the with .J .........._7 K 79H 79J({ 79% !emanded. of Watts that he pay for
and free mail ,delivery corner/ 8th daily person Corn. im; this WattS refused to do. Pelt Men's Styles

ave. and 12th St G. 'E. Bredt ready money in hand. Open' High Low Claw ued alleging- damages in the sum 6f

l8aprStWANTEDTO* Are: in- a position to take advantage' )[a1.............. 47 47 43tf 4o; 200.00 and on: the trial the jury Vlci Kid, Patent Kid, Patent
_.. ... ,
loan money on your Jol7 .o3 4is 4 % und' in favor watches. Jewelry and personal ef of opportunities that present themselves to NeW York.Stock. Market ig-his damages at $200.00with S per Extreme styles or Conservative DELIVERED OR
fects. Highest cash price for old gold make money through profitable investments .-, Open do* tnt interest from March 31st. 1904. shapes..
and stiver. & Klein 106 E. Southern P.c1o..u .j.....? 6%% 6% Watts gave notice of his intention of
LJghtman ? Copper.) ............!" ..._ 113 111% ;king an appeal to the circuit court. Swing or Straight last, Highor T.I2ooHAS.BLUM&CO
wright: Phone 1127. ; No money? Then you should' by' all\ A. 8.R.._..?........n..H.. Ifc} t- l3s'itoh Sate vi. Herert Moog, violating sizes.Low Cut, Lace or Button. All
93 Clf :cal option law. Trial by jury verict -
HOUSES FOR SALE Lease or rent means start a savings account to.day.: We A. '."... J...."... .:;/ .J..'I6OJi'B.R not guilty .I I
near car line on Little Bayou. Ap '
.. ..
ply to Phillip Hannah. Little Bayou. willf.addto .It four, .per cent interest' com' >B.0, T... /..? 112.87, 111% State option. vs. law.Noi Alfred Moog pros taken violatingjcal bythe Women's Styles &17 AND 519 WEST BAY ST,

4aprl8tr semi-annually. ; Erie.... ;. 44& 43% JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
? f C.1'.1 .. 4..e.. 63 ClP. state." / Vici and Patnet J Kid, Valour
FOR 9.\I1E-A second-hand canopy top r. 8..*.':.:....., 48tf 425iU. The informal'on' j in both of these Calf and Patent. Colt, Button
phaeton. in perfect order. about as: .. preferred:... ?.:.:iqs 103B ajses; alleged, ,that the Moogs had Lace or Bluchers, i-
good as new. Apply to J. A. Klrkpat-- ,|-.._............. 81" 80 iolated the Jocal option laws by so- Narrow or Medium Toes, Cuban .
rick, 222 E. Gadsden street or phone [kX...."t..... :. ft?:.. :).150 1495LAftd citing[ or/ ers. for the future delivry Or Medium. Heels.. All sizes A Fine Line of I .r
511. 15apr5t'* < .,......... .....:I't..... *7 83 82 4 '-of whiskey etc., bat there warnoB"idenc and widths. '
PIRSTNATIONAL: I I M.P... .. .86Ji 95V.C against these parties. i
NOTICE TO CANDIDATES-Those BANK ..v...!.... 4CaR. 'hene were' quite a''ndi niber of other -
wishing' to make a successful run .Pae...................... 11N. ases tried but' these were the most TENNISGOODS
should supply themselves with a bottle .Y,C.,..................... U 34z4 Important :ones,
of PLUTO. Now is the season to OF PENSACOLA FLA. p.() ..(.)..< ...9... 9414 _,. 93% Hon.: lmb" Williams was dawn]I Ione BOSTON SHOE
stomach and liver R'D'G.\)< .,... ...".. ..... lS,4i.. ," .dS! ida ]ast.. .-week shaking hamafe' ; ,
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prepare your W.H.KKOWMS,Pres. W.K.HTCB JR., T.-Preg.and Cw'iier.T .
.. ..
against all diseases. Pluto ,will do lh.; .BwT and W N.Rou'R1'a.Asat.Caahlers.' B'.P..i." .t.A.4 {, .1J7 :. 175% withhis many friends. It is ru-\
For sale by all druggists and grocers DmimoB8-F. C. Brent. W. A. Blount. w. H. Knowles, VT.K. Hyer, Jr.' a.1..j...,.... .......'! ....". -t1'i Sly4I. ,nored thaMie Is' going: 'to try conclulona -{ STORE
D. G. Brent. .... .
g.B. 4OJi A -itb Mr..,J. W. Bowen for th?
wholesale by Jas McHuga.
T.O.LV..V" .. ..... Ke Bale Tax Assessor in the!
FOR SALE-At a bargain 1 5 -.----- -.--- .D..enna::............'. ;""*".142, } 141% lomination"lmaryto be"for held May 15th. If he 1 1d Fashionable Foot Fitters JUST RECEIVED
-' -'- u.p...*-...... ---.::',a.....'167IKtf to
year oM Jersey cow with'yoUIigcalf.G !)es announce it Is needless ay ,
!\ s 2% to 8 gallons per day; also .l-- hat the race will be a close and in- aly"'c ". __-"rq .
New Tennis goods.Rackets$1,25
\ pair scales and one oil tank. Hugs] as both of the candl--
No. 3503. .Ausley & Go's.,Daily Cotton Letter. cresting one, $1.50, $2.00, $2. 0,
924 N. Davis. following.W
Moloney, l5aprlwFoil have a large
New! York jApril 18.-Liverpool dates that he is sotg $3.00, $3.50, $4.00, $4.50, $5.00 $5.50.Nets$1.50. .
JOHN PFEtfPER. AssIstant Cai5ihr. Lassitter says
bed ,. Presl ellt. B. !
Household C.% UKAR.
SALE goods : $2.50.
showed be
U.E.CLARK Vlce-PresHint\ and Cashier. I.W.ANDREWS.Assistant Cashlar. >esterday a 'disposition: to ,ba the" ;next representative: Morris Dannheisser
clothing. linen ,and dishes. Apply ] bullish but the passive acquiescenceto this:county, and from the way Balls-3 for $1.00.
581 E. Government St 25marlm. their advance: on this side of tha from at.the present it seems Fine line fresh spring Fishing
water seemed! ,to have had a discouraging Mtfgs (Formerly of Dannheisser Bros.) Tackle; new and of best quality.
from AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK from rightThousand
FOR SALE-Egga standard bred: THE effect upon the Englishmen hat he I is! ji'ot.Jar Pure Old Rye and Bourbon Fine One thousand new Edison Records
prize winning Barred Rocks fifteen Tobacco.;
cables Wines. Beer ano' in. Come quick before they are
and this mornings reported
Dollar's Worth of Good. just
$1.50; fifty $3. Also Ohio improved OF Pf/VSACOJ.4 F14. 'A
Chester White Pigs pedigreed. 3Ir ) prices' as barely steady at a have:been afflicted with kidney: Md Hickory Whiskey Specialty picked over.
OF UNITED STATES of 3 for while "I 1 i of orders promptly filiecf.
Lizzie B. Hughes, Chipley, Fla. DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY decline[ points spots and bladder trouble for years passing Out town
arrivals were reduced 1 to 3 points I 12 W. Zarragossa Street. !
22marltn CAPITAL STOCK $200,000. SURPLUS, $ OO39. !Heavy realizing for long account and gravel or stones with excruc'atingnin PENSCAOLA. : I
FOR SALE Fins hotel site; best sit selling by the .Egyptians reduced ," says A: H. Thurnes a well FLO'IDA'ISAFES
nation in the city' for a tourist ho; DIRECTORS. prices still ftrthsr and closed with mown coal operator of Buffalo 0. "1 11 F.: B.ORu E
tel. 130 feet fronting. south by 172 feel. Henry L. Covlngton, Freak Rellly, F. E. Browner =a- net loss of some 6 points over last jot jio, ak'hg,relief Foley's from medicine Kidney Cure until I then baan !: -! SAFES I SAFES! SAFES I! I
deep on East Government street, overlooking nights dosing! level ; {
J. M. Pfelffer, W. S..Rosasco C. VL mar, A few.dos'es .
Seville square and Adams Bryan Duimody, T. F. pdcGourln J. R.Sounders, Our markets showed Considerable he: result was : substance ) Buy Liebold Safes. .
street with open view of Pensacola ,.. d. Avery, .. W. H. Milton. 0. E. !hurB. activity to-day but seemed to readily .!!started the I have br'.ck-dust-liks pain across Scarritt Moreno, Agent.I ------ --
bay $10,000 will buy the property.lapr. W. L. Cawthon, Dr. W. J. Hannah, MvKenric OerUng, absorb: all offerings! mads and val- : and now no
Alex Mcfiewln! C. M' Covlngton, M. E. Clark. ueg held fairly.stea 'Y. The forecastwas my kidneys and I feel like a new man.'
the western belt It has done me $1000 worth of good.: COFfEE !
rain over I.
FOR SALE-One new Kokeos barber while for it has been claimed that Foley's Kidney Cure will cure every .............. ........
Firms Solicited
chair also "several mirrors Accounts ef Banks, IndividualsCopperatlonicnd! kldn b!adder disease. W.!
rain Is needed in some sections! and form of. ?y or
Call or write ff. A. Billingsley 14 E four per cent Interest Paid on Time Deposits. the1 prec'pitation! below the normal \. ]D'Alemberte druggist and apothe-!

Government St. 13Aprillm during! towards the past.delay week'planting anything starts looking ary..*., ,.. I I f FSMellen&Goi I: I.I.t Coffee are Roasters the Pioneer of

L' ths weak shorts to covering at once. GET A PANAMA, $5.00, $7.50 AND
Marine Co. .$4t.s............o.......................... The New York crowd are quLtlywatching $10.00 AT STANDARD CLOTHING,t: Handle NothingI; West Florida.

Grocery t J: s. REHSR Prwldent E. W. MENEFEB. Cashier' i it I the trend, of affairs and COMPANY., \
R. 1!. CiRT, Vlce-Presldect seen disposed to let matters drift .. I But i
604, 606, 60S. 610 S. Palafox St until such a tme! as they see WHEN YOU WANT A SHIRT f
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Phone 725. THE PEOPLE'S fit to take hold knowing full w.jll:! TO WATSON PARKER &. REESEAS THE VERY BEST \: cKUGH'SBLENDS

DIrsctorS-L J.' fiMYss, J. t. Reese, W. DeC. Kessler, R. M. Gary, is; tiat" they at present control the sit THEY HAVE THE BEST THAT .* .
V. J. VIDAL, Manager.THE W. A. D'Alemberte, :T. A. Jennings, J. J. Hootcn. v-ation;, and wth: the immense short MONEY CAN BUY FOR 50c. 75c AND Of. I
in May thy can force have no equal. Atrialwill }
EAT ... ...... .., ............................a..+ priced much' lower or much h'gher ;. Every''lflCi' i convince the con.
Just Received: as they see fit but the general belief course there will be crop! scares .
H&llbut Chunks), Halibut' Quick Lunch i K that they may fo'rce them higher 8S Is always tbe: ca.e and these will noisseur that we
50 kite ot fancy Mackerel 1.25 per thus enabling them to squeeze the have tteir effects upor values one[. I:
kit. L HILTONGRGN PaUIDU'f.. T.II.UAKSFIELD wcr.tcs MORL, V'Io..PB O.Ass!lm.'f., May sorts and at the !same! t'me sellthe' pay or. the other from time to t'me1:1t Clean heavy. clipped- White .. makenuextravagantclaims.
50 kit; Salmon. $1.25 per kIt. R.K.IsU8R1O'LL.CUBB& v.9.ulfl1111 winter months much higher for the technical position of cotton Oats. -
50') kits halibut fine $1.25 per kit. Citizens National Bank iitf(9ss! we shouW .have a long perod! I is unden'atr'y strong and stocks attbe I. No. 2 White Corn! ,.-pure Bran : .

50 kits of Cod Tongues and Sound .. of bad weather they firmly believe port1'are ,decreasing daily and I. and Snorts. .
%U5 kit.Bloater of) Pens eola, Florida. they can buy the actual cotton in December from now on th visible sutrplr state I. dick Feed consist'ng! of 20 .
per '
!.11lker and Hoes. Herring, Of CIORS. at prices much below ten r.lt'nt should e-'j 9 bullteh one for mill. articles for the rapid and ; Wholesale. :
Codfish. Pickled Salmon Dill Picklea, Qe. W.Wrlu.' Morris Bear. T.E.Welles. Eix M.Robinson. L. Hilton Gre n. cents. Thi manufacturer who t3 !::k'ns .will! reduce the supply and I healthy growth. cf the newly i, I f

German Sauer Krout. 4 GCJVCftAl B4VKWC BMWfSS TRANSACTED buying the December contracts has irake the decrease much heavier hatched. :.

Pigs Feet In kits $1.00. lUre than likely made his contracts. than 'the years that must b,3 compared : Wheat and ,-Mixed. Feed for i..

Manewil and Lange's Fruit Cake, .___ J ftr enoush ahead so that he can accept I withOf the hen. I ,
National Biscuit Co's Fruit Cake 25 delivery on thess contracts .coarse jhere)is no. actual knowledge : Cond'tion Ppwder for hone, : I and all kinds of Feed
per pound. Jtii_ -J-Jii without any mater'al; loss. a 5 i to-what the New, York cl'qucxpect : cow and poultry.Conkey's :, ,:

We handle the celebrated blends tA ..... -1.',. JflG.S't' ? : to accomplis-h. men when tMr o Celebrated Poultry .. ; Stuffs.E1uto .
Coffee roasted by the Gull City Coffee III.;cjv, .A B < H *tm' r C 0. '. ------- ---- .: : come a commOdity: dd not publIsher I: Remedies roupe,' cure, cholera.
c-, H. P. Chlpman Manager. 1'ihol""le and:KeUU O* l.t IB I If you are : intention in the newspapers cure gape ure: and {Ice k nero :: I

Oaxaca,.S5c lb.; Gold Standard 25c Domestic Anthracite fA I' OSnTTER run-down or Fl1 that afl.v 'conjectures. 8* what I. If you live in tqwn tekphoaeus. :
Ib; Diamond Blend 25c lb; Golden Steam C i h 4 S debilitatediA midI! or m'ht not be done are. Water
Rio W M L. CEURATtD ,, and! must be'for :
fOe lb. and Blacksmith E" &v sji jHi'itioni' i If in neighboring townswrIte!
Strictly fresh roasted and as gooJ Office-No. 41 South Palafox street Telephone 93. : The ..Bitters c.hn trat they are worth to us. i ,

81 any Colee sold In this city. T'rragon aDd Gonzalez streets. Phones 6 and 372w I ,t. will build up :w -favor the' short side of the
Send us'your orders and We will de- Yard corner__ RIW" ......".. ......:; 'Th :t and strengthen ,K-Ver: 1'I1 nth.;_ well 'margined and I Wholesale and Retail*: :

Ever promptly. ."' ., fii1:: the entire J[>att."rtly held' but we are inclined I i '
-. choc! the .
t to think its Hpfjsnn's _
\\. :. 1 It also I F. S. HELLER & CO. j
1-- -.----. t ., system.v sumjner'pos'tinns for It eenK to cerYCo
Florida and Alabama Order Your : cures case, ol nOWi.yOU see and now yon I New Orleans : ,
ICE.QOAL.and WOOD .. ; 1: Poor AppetiteIndigestion lon't-see althoueh lookin? .at it : Phone )334. t f %
LAND COMPANY ;;., rroni': a. t chn'cal stand point the statistical -
from hoI '. Dyspepsia, I -position! of the staple! U very | Pen a cla.:Fla. | Jas. McHugh

Manufacturers of Consumers' and,Fuel Company. ; STOMACH Heartburn, jtronz and under such .conditions \ :

and Dealers In I I r-Corner. Chafe and Tarragona. Phone ". ITT R S Costiveness iuy'ng on th? breaks would sees n'$> :............. ...... ., Phone 105. Proprletortw
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Shirt 11 TAK'1T.. : ., (fjP P
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l They should !be fit perfectly right.are To the trouble of( making, i -TO PIECES !

t MI'J made of best material. APRIL24I I[ 4 4Big cakes yourself, nor be worried: T : fyty
durable and
They are about the results that mfght'at! !w.

1 give entire satisfaction. tend your' cake baking I, ) -

r: The Cakes We Bake T'S' no trouble' with the WHITE MOUNTAIN REFRIGERATORS. You fy 9

Fb f' $1.00 to $2.50. Fleet I of War Vessels, Will Par- Have the rarest,qualities' being i I fUi can open the ice chamber and take: it out; take out the Ice grate; takeout 01

We especially want you I ticipate in Ceremonies! at daintiest raised flavor well, imaginable.light and Let the .I W 5 ,-provision shelves and take out the waste pipe without opening the m

t ii t to see our line of Annapolis. us have your cake 'order. Cream i fUi lower- door. It's so easy to clean them, it's actually a pleasure. DO YOU m I
; delivered in any quantity; in fyfy
I I bulk or fancy moulds. -V, that this means a' Refrigerator'that's easy to clean as tumbler? The

Spring ;Special to The Journal. j i ..... circulation is perfect and it'is absolutely odorless. In the WHITE MOUNTAIN

Washington. C..April 18.-Vessels I ______-- that's clean and sweet
jY.i Shirts of the second division of the II I : you will always have aRefrigerator as smelling as when N

1- Negligee Atlantic fleet comprising the Alabama -, Kandy Kitchen ,Cafe i ru r? it left our store' This is Peculiarity of the WHITE MOUNTAIN line that N
.) : flagship; the Illinois, and Iowa .
The prettiest, and by fart under command of Rar AdmIral. : i you wont find anywhere else.
- \1k J the best ever seen in.Pen- H. Davis and the: Minneapolis' flagship 104 S,Palaf oxi Phone ?9.9
.I ; Cleveland, Denver and Das i
ru. .
sacola. worth
rJ They are .
Moines commanded Rear Admiral E I. ; rJ

JJ f. .' Other 75 doubt cents charge stores$1.o0'you would and more$1.50.no t iu R.Annapolis/the B. Bradford Maryland have by been to participate ordered to of : j.I y ou.f/iake/ Your Back' r -

it" but our policy is as al ceremonies: of tha burial Money 1 ptr I IThe
the remains of John Paul Jones
ways-"A Dollar's Worth I French :
.. April 24. The men of war
for Dollar.
a monies'comprises which will take part' a special In the squadron cere- MEOICINE[ r PAST T i

.of cruisers In commend of Rear Admiral WHITE-MOUNTAIN Refrigerators are air tight cold.and dry This wu
Ii The John White Brevoe'.de la Peyrere. This is
the squadron which was sent to Fort causes a saving in ice during the season that would astonish you if. .reduced to m

fif\\ Store ago de France when ,France Martinique threatened some! Venezuela months- PRESENT-AND[ [ i ru ru dollars and cents. Just try a WHITE MOUNTAIN,'and after a month or two ,. .. .. yam s:.. rJ

for its treatment to the French compare your Ice, 'with those you used to pay. "The money you'are putting fU
mi charge de Affaires M. Taigny. In !
':i 205.207 S. PALAFOX ST. this squadron are the Desaix flagship in.ice NOW. will buy you a new Refrigerator For the class of the article theprice T"fA1
Jurlen tfe la. Graviere and the s
: ;
,r1v ,I Troude. The complement of this lower than you would think. Y. i rJ
squadron is about 1,200 officers and I
v 'VVOOD .- N

men.Requisition shoes of: the for Blucher 30,000 type pairs has of been low' (Continued from Page Two) i s. ..,,=r:. r l We Have Them Upfrom Cut Shows .One:

I MI kinds that you want approved: by the Navy Department.The .
cannot be the same as when the ru :: '
Shoes will make a considerable m
patient was supposed to be "po sess- L.UF gitn'E6.d" i iv
the old style of
improvement over-
ed by conflicting humors abnormal for Nw
or "to 1 it
PINE low shoes which have been in the
OAK AND naval service for many years. The increase of vital fluids" or, 3; ( ls .V rJ
"waves of some sort, or God knows
has also
Navy Department approved
; cheaper than you 'can buy what. With the exception of only a *
i requisition for 100,00 pairs of
"H anywhere. Any size you a socks.. These are of a now make of few diseases we have at the presentno
;J. want. cotton and :wool and will replace the medical specifics.: .Yet't*to advanced I -_ $$7.50 t to $$60 $$11.50 r I
s heavy woolen ones now in the navy. school of the present,has not di- .
l E. C. SEWELL In color 'the socks will be black and vorced itself from m tcinism, but
) will be of a lighter weight than those as Osler recently said :"It ae9ks to j
now used. Hereafter the white study thoroughly and apply BClenttft
Phone 614. socks will be abolished and only cally the few real medicines wnicu .I The Cleanest
black ones will. be"' worn by the enlisted roust be used, instead 'of a swarm of ;
E. L. REESE J. MENDEL menThe dubious and varying materials that j
changes proposed in ,the Massrchtbaetts are inert and practically worthless." i 0
i Refrigerator is the STONE WHITE of the WHITE MOUNTAIN line. It is
will follow the line of Moreover we do not feel called uponto j .. : rjKU
Reese 6 Mendel alterations made on the Indiana and give any medicine.at ajl} More ru built on well-known. principals of the ..cold-retaining properties of stone,
the estimated cost .will $1,000,000 and more we..are learning what Blush
itI t f The Home, Tailors, Th. work will. be 'done at the Brook believed and failed -t0<< 'put Into prac I and the doors and entire provision chambers are lined with pure white stone tU

lyn'.yard.A contract for 'the construction of tice. That, pure is,air a return and water to normal, diet conditions and- I not imitation, but REAL SOLID STONE. It is the coldest, cleanest prettiest,

; Builders a wharf '300'' feet long and 70 feet exercise. In other words -we:are"giv: J __ as well as the most economical Refrigerator made. Our cut shows one at $40, to
wide Guantanamo to be of iron ing Nature chance. -
amvy concrete has been let to Snare I feel that I have already kept you t I r but w f have.them all prices up from' $25.. W
and Triest. The wharf Is to cost here too long' but .caanot let fJ
you !
>> j jqta
jt $145,980. go until I have said IL few words. as to -- "Jf'nof convenient !pay cash, tell the salesman to "Charge it." 0
ofMen's our future. .j. I
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Counterfeiting the Genuine. 'Experience, has shown that "an ''' '
-Foley & Co. i Chicago' originated ounce of prevention }is worth a pound ,
Honey ajjd.} Tar as' a throat and lung of cure," and ,the day la. remedy, and on account of the great when the ,.professional l\ 'mine RllQES-FUTCllCOLLINS FURNITURE COMPANY I.u I.
x merit and popularity of.Foley's Honey will b "occupied:with fte questions of J
"r *, \ and Tar many Imitations are offeredfor preventive medicine and 'immunity J ,
the genuine. These worthless through serum inoculation.. 'yacclna= !
26 and 28 E. Garden
t Street.
Fine Initiations have similar sounding lion the Pasteur treatment\ J ... : rJ
I names. Beware of them.. The genuine phobia diphtheria antitoxin fO'r.h1dro-l
f&j Foley's Honey and Tar is In a yellow ready shown us "the way. L sasssaas aaaaaaa aaaaaeaaaaeaaa aaaaaaaaaaeaaeaaEtlIOQ
Ask'for, it ,and refuse
l package. ; streptococic infections that Is pus In-
.q; "l Clothes any substitute. It Is the best remedyfor fections are being used.:with good results .
coughs and colds. W. A. D'Alem- every day as arfestfso sermus t -
t$ rW "''iP"-\" '
-.ei ;mg:
rJ berte, druggist and apothecary. for lockjaw,':bubonic plague and pneumonia $ OO ,
t i New 'and uptodateme 0: Spring : though the 1 latter have not : '-RDJPI I If You c n't Take
c43r and Summer' Suitings and Trouser GET A PAN AM A;:$5.00 $7.50 AND been of as much benefit\ as'the others fioo.OO'Teward.wJUje a. a Big PolicyTake
ings. "' $10.00 AT STANDARD. CLOTHING. mentlon I believe at firmly as' I arrest afidleljLv Suits from $17.50 to50.00. COMPANY, do that I am addressing you tontght Walton[ &WIty4'cne Charlie Renols, a small one. You can't afford to put it off becauseyou
5 feet .
Trousers from $5.00 to $15.00 that the 'cause of .aU) disease'''will be a negro. Description: cannot take a large amount.
A 11 inches weight"about 160 or
JoIn Geutlem is discovered and when 10 pr ;
our : Suit Jiuo. that great day .
: Costs only U.5per/ 'month for press BROWNE NOTWITHDRAWS comes let us. hope that it may be our 1 L70'pounds; bright' mulatto with medumi Take a Policy For Some Amount Now S iflir
: JI scar, .on ,
as upper
i large -eyes : ;
,; and small repairs. :not only to alleviate,the sufferings
of noose and.when last
; women's Dyeing Clothes and Cleaning a specialty.. of men's ana I A CANDIDATE them entirely' humanity: but to prevent. seen Ito- he the wore right a-blya;.faded Jumper, while you can get it. A' more ".convenient season may
anew. pair of No. never- come.But, be sure its in the Equitable.SKIS .
.tl,t Give us a trial We will appreciated S. R. MALLORY\KENNEDY.MLSIS \ overalls, a gray cap; :
your. business. 8JJ J fine sharptoed shoes. Reward
i PANAMA HATS CLEANED AND'r'i FROM, RACE FOR )e paid by-J;:;A{\RlgJfoourg & CoN' .'fir:
BLOCKED. GYPSEY'MORRIS, .t Crestview. 'Ia.. <. i'_ .
r'i Phone 675. 11 N. Palafox St.< GET A PANAMA,;$5.00,. $7.50 AND
--- ------ ------- COMPANY .
Gypsey Morris'wlll give her r 1} yrc i
*.,>Jfk1 1.; T I The.following card has been Issued closing soiree to-night at the C. K. KEEP< COOL: ..........+t..........1..1......N......N.NN......
of A. Hall at 8 o'clock.
by Jefferson B. Browne: There"will PENElAOO:: A 5 :
To the Democratic People of Florida: be a pleasing program of fancy BUY YOUR UNDERWEAR NW.
a When I became a candidate( for Railroad dancing etc. .WATSON PARKER & REESE HAS Works and Supply Co. 1
.sOT Commissioner four years ago it j! .
was not my JntenUon to stand for reelection ----- r -"--;=- IN THE CITY. I Manufacturers and Repairers of MACHINERY AND BOILERS, 11
determination until a few months OFPICE MOVfDWE REPAIRS A SPECIALTY. Prompt attention given to all o'rders. ,
fJi. ago when I began 'receiving letters day or night Agents for James McKay? &; Co.'s celebrated Log and 4-
from a number of fair-minded and HAVE MOVED OUR OFFICE ; Timber Dogs, also chains of all descriptions.; 'Office phone 123. Resi- :
conservative.men: whoknew of my In- WILL DESTROY ALL DE. FROM THE KEY&ER BUILDING, <> deuce phone 1029. P. O. Box 123. PHIL WITTMAN, Mgr. :
SHIRTS tention setting forth reasons why I SIRE FOR WHISKEY, OR'&EER PALA1FOX WHARF TO OUR COYLE .NN10Np0 01.N1.ONNNIN.NN 1.N.NiN.NNNFhe
I should again run. Then the Demo- .T -. STREET WHA RF...PATRONS IN ,
cratic Executive Committee my own -A GUARANTEED CURE. THE FUTURE WILL PLEASE CALL :;
g county for ,whom I ,have the highest ,LJP PHONE No. 77 AS THE OLD r 4Copyright
,'''. esteem passed 'a resolution unanimously Nearly' every drinking man thinks I NUMBER HAS BEEN DISCONTN| 1 EOPLFS SHOE STORE .
urging me to be a candidate. that sometimes he will quit. He often JED.I
'$} Tins! and' ,the letter received causedme swears off, but can not resist the I DUNWODY-AIKEN TOW BOAT CO.j j' __
't" for a time.to waver in'my purpose craving for 4
.t. : and the disease
h There won't be stiff shIrt' Insight ,
a but after mature deliberation I am for this is what it really'is, becomes HOSIERY! HOSIERY! HOSIERY Leader in Low Prices 1906
I I as soon .as the'sun comes convinced that I am right in not again sc firmly fixed that ,It cannot be LARGEST AND MOST'COMPLETE 32 West Government.. !
out good and hot 'being a'candidate':for the office whichI cured without medical treatment 1 LINE OF MEN'S HOSIERY TO BE The Latest Fad
ftft1t- now hold.I A Michigan druggist H. G. Coleman :FOUND AT WATSON PARKER .& =
These. are the days when a believe in the | und old Democratic has made a thorough study'' 6f- I I REESE'S: DEPARTMENT STORE, AT 2,..- .. ...1N1.NNONOONI.1/10 fiN00.1..NNO.NN1.01.... BENCH-MADE 1 CLOTHESPopular
!** :Man's Shirt 'is the aU.Important doctrine of rotation in office, the various cures for; the liquor habit. PRICES THAT WILL .INDUCE YOU 4
f;;l part of his make-up-both for and I have followed it all through my and gives this as a result of. his Investigations ro BUY. J Makes Life' : i Prices, All Styles.
looks and comfort political care r. never having been a : -"Before taking the
1t candidate for re-election' to any public agency; of Orrine I went to considerable Sir Knights, Attention! J J I. Jos. Coleman
!'.i We've Everything that's good office troulble to learn ibout'lt and became Special Conclave of 212 S. Palafox St.
In Summer Snirts. Solid colors I sin fully In accord with the princi confident that it was a thor- / Coeur DsLlon Com- ; Worth Livin f ----
I \ -- ---
ples-enunciated' by President Andrew oughly honest preparation"nd ,
,q': ,stripes figures plain white,. Jackson in big first annual message to 'out by a honorable ,f Jrm.I have put ; % mandejy! ,'. No. 1, J; J.. "",,;;,...,.. ft'"._. ._A
Knights Templar
etc. in which he told it for years aijd can c .
,; congress says: truthfully 7:30' p_ Thursday, Cooking with gas means personal comfort in the kitchen fall
,.J t We are showing the Masterpieces "The, :duties iof all public officer are pay .that my confidence >in It grows r ., \ April 19th: Grand 11I :. cf the heat is used in. 'cook'.ng and not .in heating Y

or at least are capable of being made Etronger the more I see.of its results. \ the too, of the Shirt WaistInsurance
r h { Vlsition by Eminent room. And think labor and time saved
g: of.4he best Shirt makers so plain and 'simple that men of in I believe that any man who really '
.j' SitA.M.! ; Cushman.Work carrying In coal and wood and sweeping and cleaning
desires to be I
of the
-makers with a reputation. telligence may readily qualify them liquor hab ]n the Order I' ; up the dirt and dust that.comes with I their use.' .
can cure himself! with .
: selves for their performance; and I the help' of ,
tL.r See our great oOc and JLOO cannot believe:that more.is. lost by the Orrine and be rid of the.bad'effects; ,'Jfj of whcl theTemple: 1efreshmentSI, after : Cook on a Gas Range. "', e I
which the habit has upon. .himself! \ :
lines. Every pattern a newi4 long continuance of men in office than '}:
sill be served at the Southern Hotel.Sojourning }
Is generaly) to ,fee.'gained by their experience find: family"Orrine Installed for thirteen dollars.
one and many of them are exclusive ." is In two forma Ko. One the ; Sir Knrghts;are. .courteous' : 'i
11 with us. I. have erve4 tjie '$tate as RailroadCommissioner' ;secret remedy which. n." be given 1 t y invited. The best way to insure
without the knowledge of the HARRY WIBBS,1 El C., :; long life to pretty shirt
.r at considerable patient '
pecuniary -
of, sacrifice, haying given up a lucrative : : No. 2 ,for .those' who take the v. HENRY NEEDU I. Rpc. I Pensacoia Gas Company I IE ::1 waistswhich are the pride t3
remedy of their own free .will. A of woman's heart, is (
law practice which I now feel '
: t that justice to myself calls upon me to ;cure is absolutely guaranteed with HOSIERY! HOSIERY! HOSIERY E. Phone. 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. f fr I send them to the "Star"to
J I either form of treatment Write LARGEST AND MOSTCOMPLETE be done up.
H..D. ANSON resume, and in retiring! from office I free for ? .&AAAAA.AAAAAAAA.AA.AA_A.A........t .... fA
wish tp thank the people of the state ; >phamplet on the cure .of alco- LINE OF MEN'SHOSIER! TO BE. ..... o1 N1110NN.
holism to the Orrine; Co., Washing rOUND AT. WATSONiPARKER & == .
for the Very handsome vote'which : The Star Steam
,ton, D..C. In 'every box Is a, registered REESE'S DEPARTMEMT..STORE,AT
they always given whenever OKS
me I CL.C: >
guanrantee which ntltles'YOU PRICES THAT WILL INDUCE. YOU
have for the been flattering a _candidate.assurance.for office of, ant 1 to a refund of :your'money \\l Orrlne ro BUY. '-.--". ,,: -." good 8 day Parlor Clock,. .. .-?.... .. ... .-,-...-.. 'p ... '.. ,". .|5.00 Laundry.
sup fails to effect a cure. The price .of i i good 8-day Parlor Clock! with alarm' 53.00day
r Corner Palafox and Main, port which of the I )have received. trom'all. :either forms is $1 a box. : GET:A.F ANAMA $5.00.$750'.AND: 8 Mission:Clocks J2.75 to........ .:..,. ... '.. .!. ... .t. .. ....$5.00 37 E- Sarflen St. Phone H4Penucola. .
parts state.
Orrine Is for sale iWjiites Pharmacy reasonable Fhv'F
Jiy $10.00 AT STANDARD CLOTHING i Repairing prices
,ir, JBF, ? :RSOXBBROWNE., 106 South Palatal* St,, < JOMPANY. J. F. DAVIS, JEWELER, at Co '. Book StoreY .

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