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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 20, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOL. IX NO. 95. PENSACOLA FLORIDA, FRIDAY ,MORNING APRIL 20, 1906. PRICE CENTS

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BEAUTIFUL METROPOLIS OF THE PACIFIC SLOPE -.- tIN I GRAND LODGE OF ODD O wj ]




FELLOWS HAS ADJOURNED



o NOW. A MASS OF CHARRED. AND: SMOKING' RUINS 1


The Secretary's Report Shows
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Two-Thirds of Area of City Has Been I'PROMPT MEASURES FOR, Membership of f Nearly' Five a

Thousand.


Burned Over and But Little Hope RELIEF OF SUFFERERS FROM f COTTAGE f HALL DEDICATED



AT SAN FRANCISCO


that Balance Will Be Saved. . HILLTo National Sanitarium Has Been



One Million Dollars Appropriated by Congress Placed on Better Footing.

r Distinct Be Establishen June I Will
.Earthquake Shock
THE ACME --Rockefeller and Mackay Donate

Cover 27 Square Miles North NEWLY ELECTED OFFICERS
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Experienced at Los Angeles -
OF MI'SERYApparentl f Generously--New York, Stock Ex- west and West.The WERE INSTALLED AND A PLEAS. '

1NG ADDRESS DELIVERED-RECEPTION -
By"'Associated Press j occupants of high office buildingsLos change Subscribed $85,000. ;

Angeles April 19.. 'At twelve' rushed into the street hatless and following letter which is self! AND BALL' BROUGHTTHE
thirty-five today Los Angeles expert- many stores were deserted by! custom-
Readied When Beautiful eiiced a distinct earthquake shock of ers and clerks. The shock passed i explanatory has just been received FIrT'Y-FIRST GRAND LODGE -1,
Associated Press. Telegraph and Cable Co., to-nijh
By from the Rural Mail route agent of:
short duration. No damage was! done;, soon and the people returned to the
= after to of SESSION CLOSE.
April 19 'Soon telegraphed President Wheeler + I
Washington T9
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but the people were frightened.. The: buildings. the state of Florida:
f Hotel Fairmont Succumbedto r the senate was called, ten-order tcday the University of California at Berk _____. 0 i
Lake City, Fla. April 18 1906.
a joint resolution was intro hey, saying that he will 'contribut ,
without the formality one hundred thousand dollars toward "Pensacola Journal, Pensacola, Fla .
the Flames. cuced and adopted The fifty-flrst session of the Granl i
One Killed and Pour Injured of committee action, directingthe the erection of new buildings for, "Dear Sir The Post Office Department ., Lodge of Odd Fellows of Florida, after "

secretary of war' to use rations the university. has ord'ered the establishme.il a three days session adjournedsine

and quartermaster supplies for the of Route No. 1, Cottage Hill; Escamfcia die :yesterday. Those in authority A
UNEVEN STRUGGLE By Earthquake in MichiganBy relief of, sufferers by the California $5,000 APPROPRIATEDBY x state that the gathering which has i
disaster and appropriating half a CITY OF ATLANTA County Florida, on June 1st This J
just terminated was one of the most
I million dollars for the same pur route extends through .Quintte and prontabe; and pleasant meetings ever i-

Associated. Press. mines, killed one man and injured r pose. j i Atlanta April 19.-The city council ; northwesterly and westerly from the held by the grand loJge. |
CalumetMlch..April 19.-An earth four others while working a mile below The resolution was immediate]; at a special meeting this afternoon Cottage Hill Post Office. The session of the Grand Lodge yesterday
the Elements for'acjlon
0 Of! f Man Against sent to the House and was appropriated five thousand dollars )-
quake shock which was 'felt distinctly the earth's surface today. Many "The length of the route is 27.J was devoted to receiving reports .
tle appropriation for the relief of the CalifornIa
throughout Hancock county and miners of the day shift refused to go these .amended making miles and the area in sq. miles cov from different officers, the most 1
Without dollars This was sufferers which was sent by telegraph -
Carried Hope. million ,
on prononunced in the Quincy below again.! one ( red the
most ; 3" by route is 27. This route important being that of Secretary t
Schmit
agreed to by the senate and the : immediately to Mayor
will serve bout 112 families and 47C Cushman. The report showed that T
signed 'at 5:10 this afternoon by; at San, Francisco. '
was and sent people, many of whom are now going there is in the state of Fonda. 3,433:
DIRECT TELEGRAPHIC COMMUNI drawn sword, after which! there was Sansome to Market, to Sacramento, Vice-President Fairbanks) it at from five to ten miles for their mail members of subordinate lodges, 312 !
who signed! EXTENSIVE RELIEF
no hesitanc)'.. to Buchanan, thence to to the president "Very respectfully, encampment members and 1,008( members ;
CATION ,ESTABLISHED LAST There 13 only one danger and that to Hyde, to Eiiy: to californIa'l+ 6 o'clock. MEASURES IN NEW YORK 'AZELL B. BRITTEN1 of the Rebekah branches, making -

is that the food supply will run out, Gough, and to Market. On the south: 'Rural Agent. a total of 4,958. Satisfaction! at -{
NIGHT FOR FIRST' TIME SINCE but General Funston announces that side of Market street it extends along ROCKEFELLER: WILL diVE New York April 19._Extensive relief the increase in membership was ex .3e

a suply will arrive by tomorrowmorning. Market to Fourteenth, and below tbx ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND measures for the'stricken city of

EARTHQUAKE THOUSANDSFLEE ; Southern Pacific tracks to the boundary San Francisco are being planned SEWER BIDS ARE pressed Secretary by the Cushman Grand in Lodge.his report ,'::
D. The f in
line. New York, April 19.John here. principal movement
FROM SCENE-CITY WILLBE stated that the amount paid out during
Rockefeller to-day authorized his this direction was inaugurated to-da;

AN ASH HEAP BY SAN FRANCISCO Will BE agents at San Francisco to expend at a meeting called by Mayor Me- ALL TURNED DOWN, the year for the relief of ofmembers
widows and orphans was $6.000 whichsUm a
SATUR.I TOWN OF F BRAWL WASPRACTICAL one hundred thousand dollars for the Clellan. At its conclusion the mayo ",
DAY' -TOWN OF AN ASH HEAP BY SATURDAY 1 relief of the homeless and destitute+ announced that he will appoint i a was expended by the three i
branches of the order.
of'that city.MACKAY large committee at ones for the purpose
lY DESTROYED BOARD OF BOND TRUSTEES DOES
TROYED.By., ----0: of bringing together all charitable National Sanitarium. i

New York .April 19.-William 'H. WILL-ASSIST organizations that can be useful NOT LIKE FIGURES\ "' The national sanitarium; which Is )

Baker, 'vic 1>resident 'and' general Los Angeles] .April. 33.-Exports ,, 1 ,CALIFORNIA: $.'NIVERI. 1'Y in the relief movement., The located at Gainesville, by an arrangement 1

Associated Press, manager of the Postal Telegraph; from Brawley, a small .town on the '- Stock Exchanga; to-day suSscribet SUBMITTED.; \. with the medical fraternity &:

San Francisco, 19. 'San Company' at 10:30 to-night 'received Southern Pacific one hundred and New York,. April 19.-Clarence+ eighty five thousand dollars in fifteei that'place-has. been put on a more satisfactory ,.f
April
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Francisco to-night is desolate the following from the deputy fire twenty miles south of Los Angeles,, Mackay, vice-president of the Postal I minutes for the relief fund. basis. This agreement will ;
a city :
It seemed that the acme of its misery; chief at San Francisco: state that the town was practically; The Board! of Bond Trustees< al prove beneficial to the Grand Lodge t tin ;

lad been reached at dusk, when "At seven thirty to-night the fire:: wiped out by an earthquake yeser from the sharp luins. The curious were drive noon yesterday opened the 'bids foi: I numerous ways say the grand of ,
and is This is the town in substantial recovery the storm thai under the
is still under headway day. only sanitary and sewers ficers. The sanitarium is
flames burst from all sides of beautiful : !- broke back at the breasts of the horses that I
But prices
gathering force and spreading. Twc i Southern California known tQ have opening declines. are to be constructed in Pensacola I jurisdiction of the Florida Grand
) hotel Fairmont, a palace that market took the cavalry rode and all the crowd
thirds of the business section'of the suffered from the shock. The town later in' the toy and the After mature deliberations by the Lodge and is operated by the body
above all other'structure, was forced from the level district to
apparently every strongly .entrenched city has been devastated. The fire had a population of about five hun on"a semblance of demoralization. the were hilly section beyond to the north ,board Chairman L. Hilton Green an the trustees elected by the order d'i
the residential section dred. No fatalities repOrted, that all the bids had been .
is heading for are flounced reeling the affairs of the institution 3
all fire. cut
against the consuming t THOUSANDS IN NEED The water supply was entirely '
I the flames are futile
rejected.
to I
Efforts fight cff and be it was just as well New Hall Dedicated.One .
that bl II 'OF SHELTER may
Surrounding
lofty pinnacle AND
Three hund'red thousand people wil I iU. S. SUBTREASURY WAS FOOD The bidders were: ToLbert Con
for the lines of fire department would of the pleasant incidents of the
flame as far as the eye could see to'
be homeless to-night. By Saturday, I ENTIRELY DESTROYED struction Company of Logansport,
the south, to the esat and far out te Sacramento 18. Governor Lave been absolutely useless at any: Grand Lodge session was the dedication
San Francisco will be an ash heap. April 'Ind., R. C. fitorrie, New Orleans and
the;"west lay In cruel fantastic heaps Governor stage. Assistant'Chief Doughert; of the new hall of the Odd Fellows ,a
Washington April 19.-The war I Pardee today sent a dispatch to Black & Laird of the same city.
charred and. smoking, all that re: supervise the work'of his men and corner of Baylen and Belmont 1
""department received a second dispatch Folk in which he said: Immediately after opening the bids
n.aind'!! the prosperous city. The ', FIREMEN FIGN THE FLAMES l from general Funston to-night "Thanks for your offer to help. early in the morning it was &;entb'at and having the same read the trustees streets. The members of the Grand i
the only possible: chance to save and subordinate
metropolis of the western slope was which Lodge, Rebekahs
saying: There are thousands of helpless peo: held a conference after
in ashes. I SNOW OF SUCCESS i "Aa official report at police head ple"In San Francisco and other towns, the city lay in an effort to cheek the it was agreed to meet later in tha lodges journeyed to the new hall and ;
WITHOUT flames by the use of dynamite. Dur carried through,
This has been another day of an- : quarters states that the sutotreasuryis and food and shelter must be furnished. day. The last meeting was when the ceremonies were i
be heard
even struggle of man against the un: entirely destroyed by fire, with exception ." lag the day a blast coula1 the bids were rejected.An though hurried in order to allow a
of "
in section at Intervals only !a the
conquerable elements of nature : 19. Postal Tele of the vaults, containing all any effort was made to secure the number of visiting members of
New York, April few minutes, and buildings not destroyed -
trains for home.
Acre after has been into cash hand. Suitable! figures submitted by each bidder order to catch
acre ground graph Company officials here receiv the on guards A. :SCENE OF DEATH by fire blown to atoms;
dust and' ashes, despite the heroic from their havebeen ordered to protect this AND DESOLATION were but Chairman Green of the Board ol Retiring Grand Master Binkley presided
I the following message the made the
ed But through gaps
the following
:
assisted toy
refused to ,
of firemen to limit the BoQa' Trustees absolutely
jerseveranca in San Francisco, al money. -
superintendent flames jumped and although the make known the figures for publica Thomas C. Watson, grand herald;
conflagration. I San Francisco, CaL April 19.-
8:35 this evening: failures of the heroic efforts of the E.
To-night there is hope that the+ RESIDENCE! BLOWN UP and John Willock, grand warden; C.
dawned of death
The fire is still going on and wil Day on a scene policemen, firemen and soldiers wen tion.Chairman
worst been reached and CHECK THE the Green of the trustees Shackelford, grand chaplain; C. L.
has nearly probably consume the entire city excepting TO FLAMES: destruction. During the night I at times sickening, the work was
that when to-morrow dawns the end those portions between Golden flames had'' consumed many of the with tha with W. K. Hyer, Jr., and J. M. Pfeiffer Smith, herald of north; T. G. Stin-
continued a desperation
%ill Lava come, but the hope is faint >a Gate Park and Webster street San Francisco April 19.-It was: I city's finest structures and skipped in I'will live as one of 'the features of of the board, Alderman Yonge son, herald of south; S'cott M. Lqf-

indeed. "where there Is some water and the decided at noon to blow up all residences a dozen. directions to the residence I the terrible disaster. Passengers 01 and Engineer Hatton were present tin, herald of east; A. J. Sims, herallof '

But San Francisco is not discour firemen fight with some show'' of sue on the east side of Vanness portions. They had made their way trains from' other cities In California& when the bids were opened. west.
aged. Its best and highest class,, cess." avenue, between Golden Gate avenuea over into .the North Beach section details of' destruction and The board will in all likelihood The building committee represented -

ha'? already begun to plan for the restoration distance of one mile. This is one I and springing anew to the south, bring tfeath from nearly all of them. order an advertisement for bids. by Past Grand A. V. Clubbs, delivered ;

and to care for strickenones I GENERAL FUNSTON' SAYS o! the most fashionable streets in i they reached out along the shipping the keys over to the Grand '

NO HOPE FOIt. THE CITY the city. It is hoped to check th j section down the bay shore, over the Master. The ceremony of dedication,
Tonight for' the first time direct flames thus. 1 hills and across toward Third and Squadron is Safe 25 KILLED BY I which is interesting and Instructivewas

telegraphic communications, was established Washington, April 19.The war: Mayor Schmitz has appealed to all. 1 i'Townsend streets. Warehouses and Washington, April' 19.-A telegram witnessed by a large assemblage.

betwen San Francisco and department has received the follow California towns for food and bed .I manufacturing concerns fell in their received at the navy department thi1 COLLAPSE OF DOCKBy Officers Installed.At .

the outside world and this message ing from general Funston: ting. Rations for two hundred thou: path. This completed the destruction morning from the commander of Iha; I 11 o'clock the installation of

had the honor of being the first sent. "The fire crosses: Van Ness avenue sand people are being sent: from Van!, ; of the entire district known as Pacific squadronn.. sent since the I I grand officers occurred an i Jhe following .

:By the most energetic efforts in the to the west at three thirty this af couver 'and Seattle.THOUSANDS the "South of Market Street. How I earthquake, reports that all is wel were installed:

face of great obstacles, the Postal ternoon. It Js almost certain.now thai far they xare reaching to the south ,with this squadron. The Chicago amJlirblehead1 associated Press. L. J. Lester, Tampa, grand master.

Telegraph; Co: has succeeded in restoring the entire city will be destroyed I t across the channel cannot be tola' as are en route from Lon; Duluth Minn., April 19.-A portion J. W. White Jacksonville, deputy, >i,
one of its shattered lines. Have 'ordered troops from Monterey. OF REFUGEESIN this part of the city is shut off. Beach to Ean: Francisco, and wil: of the Duluth. Mesaba and grand master. ,d

Everything is goipg: as"- well as cane I After darkness the homeless were probably reach there som time to Northern ore docks have collapsed. D. C. Abernathy Orlando, 'grand1( -J
expected." THECI TY OF OAKLANDOakland I I making their way to Golden Gate morrow. The Boston and Princetoi Twenty-five persons are reported warden. 4
to find shelter.. Those in the are at Long Beach. killed. All ambulances in the city
park'
PEOPLE E P ARE STUNNED BY Gainesville '
A. M. Cushman, grand :
EVERYTHING SOUTH OF !I homes of the hills, just north of the I have been summoned. a

.r MAGNITUDE OF DISASTER MARKET TO 23rd IS; GONE April 19.-This city to-, Ryes! valley wrecked section piled REPORTS FROM INTERIOR secretary.George L. Branning, West Palm jI
-- right housed and fed probably fifty. heir,! belongings in the streets and.
I ARE VERY ALARMING .
[ treasurer.W.
I Beach, grand
RETURN
Chicago April 19. The Western thousand refugees of the stricken I I express wagons and automobiles were, > DOWIE'S i 1
Satsuma Heights,
Co. receive the city across the bay. All day al hauling them away to the spars/: I .I E. Bailey
Union Telegraph ,
San Francisco, April 19.-Thou- San Francisco, April 19. (via Oakland grand conductor. j
cans are fleeing from the firs to following at seven o'clock to-night;: stream of humanity poured from the settled regions. Not' ),-Reprts front the Interior an:: TO ZION CITY CharleS' Fredrickson Pensacola 1
ruin.
ferries everything is
stree everyone carrying personal: 'Downtown
south of Market ...
day. to the ferries "Everything I Santa Rosa, one of:
They are flocking most alarming. grand marshal.
mint is baggage saved from the conflagra a-;; business house stands. Theatres ;
to the parks, the military reser to Twenty-third except is still the raging. The I tion. Thousands of Chinamen,!I are crumbled into heaps Factories the prettiest cities of the state, in I George T. Self, DeLand grand chap. .1..iI
vations: and to the suburbs. Men and gone and the fire tho prosperous countyof Sonoma, i:!: .
and children all I houses lie smoldering
commission
damaged by the earthquake women carrying luggage and : By Associated Press. lain.E.
vomen can be seen dragging trunks,, postofflce was a total wreck. There are 10,00( Shugart, DeFuniak, grand 'guar
and also slightly by fire. t to the limit. of their strength,!I on their former sites. All of thenewspaper children Chicago April 19.-John AlezanderDowie's
of
huge and
bundles of blankets boxes homeless men, women
into Oakland. : have been renderd -
of Mission injured plants ; much heralded return to Zion
provisions, everything.Wagons "Everything south I I : ruddled together. The lose of life i:: dian.W.. H. J. Taylor Key West, grand
could not be hired except I street is entirely gone.up tq Van Ness !, useless. '! not to be estimated. It will probably -. City takes place next Saturday af herald. .1
b and past Van. Ness avenue GREAT. DAMAGE BY THE May Reach $200,000,000. ternoon.
avenue thousands.As
-v paying"the extortionaterates. the
most reach Pensacola
Thomas C. Watson, supreme -
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west of Golden Gate avenue fc I SHOCK AT SAN :JOSE I It is estimated that the loss in San the last great seismic tremoi representative.J. .

There is The people !are Octava :street Francisco will reach from $150,000- spent its force in theearth the whole i FRANKLIN CELEBRATION
Gainesville
no panic. W. Blanding, trustee
calm, practically stunned. They "'China Town and Nob Hill have Ban Jose April 19.-Latest reportstoday OffO to $200,000,000. These figures are ..' POSTPONED TO APRIL 27
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is left IE; show that ten were! be tolductyi rain, national sanitarium.
seem' not to realize the extent of theralamUr. been wiped; out Nothing persons i in..the rough and nothing can -
killed by the earthquake at San Jose. is taken. On : Associated Press. After the installation Past GrandMaster
acounting By
districts. :
the business ; ; partial fallen buildings. No!
There hysterics, no : deep with the
outcry, are no'. ._. I- The hall of records was destroyed1"l every' side there was death anj suf business, building' is left intact: Paris, April .-In view: of the George S. Hallmark delivereda
There no criticism. 11 as well as' the hall of justice. Ail j fcring. Hundreds were injured, one destruction includes all of the i disaster at San Francisco, the exer- speech appropriate in every way to
water to relieve This[
Is
the thirst scarcelyany of the suffering. Thedfad TWO-THIRDS OF THE P I the main' buildings are damaged. I either( burned, crushed of struck by county buildings. The four-storj. cises which were to have taken place the event, which was enjoyed .hy those "

in instances lying inbe ; R. H. Tucker, in chare of the Lick] falling pieces from the buildings. The courthouse, with its high dome, is i to-morrow on the occasion of the unveiling presnt
( many are ,observatory says "No damage has 1 number of dead ij not known. but its of broken masonry of 'the' statue of Benjamin Amusing Incident
DESTROYED
The BEEN a'pil o
ruins. authorities
streets HAS merely
among the been done to the instruments or estimated that at least 500 met is- left. Identification is im. Franklin presented to the municipality During the session of the Gran-l ..-,

are doing all in in their order powert4 that I building of the observatory by the i their death in the horror. Nothing ossible. Everything has been swept: of Paris by John H. Harges,' an Lodge yesterday forenoon an amusing

Pestilence remove the bodies April 19.The: Postal earthquake." I At 9 o'clock under a special message fire. Until the flames started I American banker of this city have incident occurred when a young boy

It has been may be prevented.to remove Telegraph Chicago, Company received the following .! i from President Roosevelt, the by there was hope -of saving the res:'. been postponed. The statue will was found in the lodge room, after ''

the injured from necessary, places where they message from Oakland at ISTOCKS DEMORALIZEDBY city was placed under martial law, fence portion. It was, soon apparent: probably be unveiled April 27. the session had been going on some :

Bought General Funston is six o'clock to-night THE CALAMITYNew Hundreds of troops patrolled the that any such' idea that might havE time. The matter was soon settled by '_
OPerating refuge.with Mayor Schmitz, Tt,3 Fire 'marshajl of San Francisco streets and1 drove the crowds back seen- entertained "was to be aban. DISCOVERER OR RADIUMACCIDENTALLY the father of the youth stepping .or-
while hundreds more set at work ; by tb i. KILLED ward and making a little address =
*pose orders to, all officers is to kill : advises that more than two- York, April 19.There.was doned. This wa appreciated: ,
without warning all malefactors. thirds of the area of the city",of SanFrancisco further drastic liquidation in the ssisting the police department.The I citizens, and they prepared to desert -' Grand Chaplain George: T. Self, the :

:\\i'hen mew have been needed to carry : has been destroyed and stock market today Induced by the .strictest orders were issue I their h mes. Not even their household :| Dy Associated Press. father of the boy stated that as soon

out plans of rescue they have there I3 no possibility" of? saving the California calamity. At one time, and. in true military spirit the t goods were taken. They mad"i* '- laApril .-'Professor Curie as the youth's age permitted that he '

ton pressed into service. In only rest of the city. early in the day, the market looked soldiers obeyed. During the afternoon for the fields and hills to watch the!['the discoverer of radium, was run would join the order and comment
1 few district north of as though the principal strain 'uponit I three thieves. met their death'y l {over and killed by a wagon' on Place. I
Instances it "The following -
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resort to the cocked revolver and Market street is' now devastated: had been passed and there was a $ rifie bullets while at work ia theI (Continued Dauphine .1

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; Admiral' Dickins to Attend In liquid or tablet form. 100 Doses $1. Proposals Will Be Received Dp i 1



:ri'tt Wedding Other of Orders f King Issued.Alfonso- Marine Grocery Co. Until Noon 21. on May Knocks gives out new all weakness life, r S Just Received i


t 604, 606, 608. 610 8. Palafox St. Vitality and Courage. .

,.l..f1., Phone 725. Keeps the Kidneys

V ic +1 f Special to The Journal, WILL NOT, BE LONG, BEFORE. THE! healthy and active.A So great has been the demand for this
V. J. VIDAL Manager.
Washington, April 19. The follow pure high class article
WORK OF CONSTRUCTION ON

I, (ling navy, orders department have i been issuea! by the THE HOME' OF EAT GOOD THINGS TO ,NEW CITY HOME FOR OFFICIALS that will'\ -do you good :- excellent mineral water that I find it necessary

ALL GOOD DEALERS SELL IT
''t Rear. Admiral-F. W. Dickins detached Just Received: / WILL BE COMMENCED-,
Ii t. duty in command of the coast I Halibut'Chunks, Halibut;) Quick Lunch to order it in carload lots.
; ) 50 kite or fancy Mackerel, $1.25 per USUAL, RIGHT IS RESERVED.The "B & B" Atlanta
+f-' 'k\ sqqadron, to accompany Special Ambassador kit.'

\ Wittridge who will repre- 50 kits Salmon. $1.25 per kit.
-h- sent the United States at the wedding 50 kits halibut fins, |U5 per kit. of
of King Alfonso on June, 1. 50 kits ol Cod Tongues and Sounds Board Bond Trustees yesterday i
Mrs. Dickins will accompany the i 11.25 per kitBloaters ordered the publication of the .... ... **.* i :; r It is the Best Water on Earth
:1J -
Milkers and Roes, Herring advertisement for bids for the erection s--- ; i .
._ admiral.. Codfish Pickled Salmon Dill Pickles, of '
Wi the new city hall. The following PIANOS AND ORGANS. *
Lieutenant Commanders-J. H, L. German Sauer Krout. which is self-explanatory explains CASH OR EASY TERMS. *,
f' Holcombe detached the Independenceana' Pigs Fet In kits Ji.OO. All Piano Work Guaranteed 'Noi

r granted one months' leave; H.f National Manewil Biscuit and Go's Lange's Fruit Fruit Cake Caka, 25c the TO matter CONTRACTORS.City in detail: ** 12 CLUTTER EAST GOVERNMENT A RUSHING ST. w'*1' Stick to your old friend and drink t water -.

: Gf McFarland and C. F. Preston com per pcund. Hall for Pensacola. .
PHONE 476.
missions announced; W. w: Buchanan We handle the celebrated blends of Sealed proposals! will 1 lie received ?plea r
t I will do !It is the
;.f; A 0. W. Williams and L.: D. Miner toffee roasted by the Gulf City CoffeeCo. until 12, o'clock.noon, May- 21st, 190, 1;. which you are sure you good. .
., H., P, Chipman; Manager. at the office of L. Hilton Green, 1 1lu
detached the when
Oregon vessel, js '
Oaxaca, 35c lb.; ,Gold Standard, 25c Chairman ol the Board of Bond :
tr It placed! out of commission; ordered t lb: Diamond Blend, 25c lb; Golden Trustees, Pensieola, 'Fla., for the t original mineral. water and ,
W. home and placed on waiting orders. Rio 20e lb.Strictly erection of a CITY HAiUL AT PEN- I :, -,I
..
,
I II
lo '
t'j- eute1lants-n. V. Allen ordered fresh roasted and as good SACOLIA. ; lu F- LONG! HOLLOW t ,

,:tJ: to ,the Constellation ,April ,30; J. G. as any Coffee sold In this city To insure consideration .each bid r I '
; Church and J. P. Lannon detached Send us your orders. and we wJJJ deliver :must be accompanied with a certified
1.rl the Oregon, when vessel is place promptly. check of $1,000.00 on an incor- !It Healthful Refreshing Beverage
is a
j out of commission; ordered homeati' ...- porated bank, as a guarantee of good Special l to'The Journal. > II IIIt
faith that the contractor will makea
J orders T.
placed waiting G.
on ; ,
tached Naval ,Academy and resignation (Long Hollow, April 19Mrs. John
'
Company
bond of $20,000 in a Surety
connection
i Jewell] ordered to duty in accepted; J. P. DeBruler detached Westmark 'left Monday to visit her'
of
doing business in the State
}.. with the Naval War College, New. the Oregon, when vessel is son at Dolieve. Ala. iMr I
within fifteen after the
"' Florida days
!Tart, Rhode Island. placed out of commission ordered H F. Hurst, of Jay, was the
to' Ensigns-J. 0. Fisher detached the ; contract has been awarded, for the is bottled by the Bethesda Mineral Springs
1
!Florida and ordered to the Dolphin; borne and placet on waiting orders; faithful performance of the work in guest of his daughter at this 'place
B, H. Dor&jy detached duty with last week. j
.' accordance with the plans and specifications
B, A. Long ordered to the Hancock
recruiting party No.4; ordered prepared by Fredrick Aus- Mr. and Mrs.Mose Kierce and faml Company Waukesha Wis. and there isa ::1
K j 1 in connection with the craw for the ,
Connecticut and assigned to latter home and placed on waiting orders; feld, Architect, Pensacola, Fla., and ly will leave in a few days for Mobile: ,! "
::4 C. K. Winn ordered to duty with recruiting where they will make' their: future''
commission Montgomery, Ala. "
vessel when placed! in ;
"' -t' C. W. Early E. J. Marquart: G J, party No. 4; at Des Moines, Plans; and specifications are on file home. We regret to see them }leave. "new man in every bottle ]
!Kowcliff, F. C. ''Martin J. C. Townsend Iowa, W. S. Kuder ordered to Naval and can be seen at ths office of I* The largest store In our part of
i r'. O. C. Dowling, 0. F. Cooper, R Hospital, Boston Mass., J. B. Kauf- Hilton Green. Chairman of the Boardof town is that or Mr.\ F. It. Hufobird, =
.t tl S. Holmes C. S. Kerrick, K. B. Crit- nan and M. H. Ames ordered to Naval : Bond Trustees, and at the office which is on the corner at Palafox and
;", tenden. F, H Sadler, amt' C. A.' Hospital Norfolk, Va., A. H. Rob- of the architect Jordan Sts. Mr. Bryant, of Roberts,
,' H Richter detached the Oregon, when nett. ordered Naval Hospital, N. Y. The City of Pensacola reserves! the has been employed as his bookkeeper. (I Call! for It and Insist on Having 1I$ J
'}2 Yiassel is place out of commission, Paymasters the Oregon W. when Eliason vessel detached nght to reject any and ,all bids. 'Miss Lizzie 3Ierritt, of Olive, is visiting .
rr ; ordered home and placed on waiting friends here this week.
i orders!!; J. S. Abbott detached the placed out of commission, and order- Counterfeiting the Genuine. Misses Annie and Sallie Hart, of
.j;: I Princeton; ordered home and grant. ed to duty as general-storekeeperpudget Foley &; Co., Chicago, ori'ginatudHoney Goulding, visited friends here Sunday.Mr. -
efl one montns" leave. Sound Yard and ordered to and Tar as a throat and lung and Mrs.. Henry Kierce have just I
fi.f* ::1. --Midshipman( S.. Robinson de- continue other duties; G C. Schafer remedy, and on. account of the great returned from Cantonment, where You should have it at your club, at your ,
J-1. tact d the Texas and ord'ered to. the detached Bureau, of Supplies and merit and popularity of Foley'g Honey they visited. their sister, :Mrs! Hi-
i I
i Florida -Accounts and ordered to the Columbia and Tar many Imitations are offeredfor II I
fA tl Surgeons-W, H. Bucher and C. D ; C: R. O'lteary detached the Collumbia .., the genuine. These worthless note.Mr.. Joel 'Suggs and Miss Marie favorite saloon, and on your sideboard. '-1

c$4 ILanghorne ordered to duty in attendance l and ordered to duty in connection !initiations have similar sounding Horn, who were married last Sunday, ,?-.,
'' with the out of the I
on the course of instruction fitting names. Beware of them. The genuine are pleasantly: located in our aprt.of .i
I et Naval Medical School, Washing- 1'enn.essee'and' to duty as pay offi Foley's Honey and:Tar Is in a.yelI town. We all extend to them our .
\ I toi\. D, C: A. Farenholt detached 'the cer of vessel when placed in commis- low package. Ask for it and refuse hearty congratulations... S _1 1I
:A.t. Oregon, when vessel Is placed put oft sion.' I, any substitute. It Is 'the best remedyfor -' !
.;\ commission, ordered home and ..Assistaat Paymasters -; W. N; coughs and colds. .W. A. D/Alera- GET .A PANAMA; $5.00,' $7.50 AND I 13 MOOG

.i placed Assistant on waiting Surgeons orders.-J. .B. Kauf.. Hughes with ordered the fitting to duty out of in the connection Severn berte druggist and. apothecary.GET $10.00 COMPANY.AT STANDARD CLOTHING 9 iDistributer. i\\

,'1 r:an. A. H, Rohnett M. H. Ames! C. and ,to duty Qn vessel when placed
,
1 K, Win, and W. S.:huder, appoint' in commission; N, B., Farwell ordered A PANAMA $5.00 $7.50 AND 1'J : !
AT CLOTHINGCOMPANY. CLERKS AND INSPECTOR'SFOR'DEMOCRATIC
STANDARD
$10.00 .
r01 ed.; EL L. Woods ordered to the Naval to duty !In c'onectlon with the fitting 1
Academy; H. T. 'Nelson, Jr., de out ofAthfr1 Newark anqj.assign to PRIMARY .
vsssel when placed In commission. W
; Paymasters Clerks O. F. Hunter HOSIERY! _HOSIERY! HOSIERY: Notice is hereby given that at a Wholesale Liquor Dealer ,
ii resignation{ accepted; T. ,M. Shontala LARGEST AND'MOST COMPLETELINE meeting of the County Democratic 1: .
appointment. revoked; A. B. Davies Executive Committee, held at Pensa.
OF MEN'S HOSIERY TO BE
f:i 'To Get More Strength appointed and ordered to duty at FOUND AT WATSON, PARKER &. cola, April 7, 1906, the folowlng Pensacola Fla. "
Port Royal Naval: btalSn. clerks and Inspectors were selectedto ; :
;{ from Your Food. Chief Boatswain. R. Hazard REESE'S DEPARTMENT STORE, AT act at the Democratic primaryto iiI .

f commission announced. PRICES THAT WILL. INDUCE YOU be held. May 15. 1906: ,
Boatswains-W.. dicer ordered to TO Bl>Y.FkEiI1I. Clerks and Inspectors. _imi B
ij::1 1 HEN the Bowels are filled the Constellation; J. S. Croghan de- N& 1-J. W. Cherry Will Rich, J.

i :'" with undigested food we tached the Oregon when vessel is .- F. Richards, inspectors r V. Goldback, -
W out.of commission, and ordered clerk.
f. 1 1 may be a great deal worse placed home; 1.W." Sopp discharge s. No. 2-Floyd Athy, H. a Miller, =: ,If ,.:: '_ ': _: .:- f-:;::

r lr off than if we were half from the service. J. F. Helton, inspectors; Joe White,
f. (.11 Starved. Chief Gunners A. Olsson and L. clerk.

+ Because food that stays too 'long in. J5 .Bruce commissions: announced.'AVarrant' M No. 3 W. W. Kirksy, W. Fell, E. THE SOUTHERN HOTELMRS.
1 tb tine: Bowels decays' there Just l as if' it !Machinists A. Hickey, I G. Brewton, inspectors; G. A. Morrlll,
stayed too long in the air. D. Purdon and W. C. Gray detachedthe I clerk. .
open T. L. BOWEN, PROP.
Oregon, when vesel is placed out : I
No. 4.-Jno. Longreen, E. Padgett,
Well when food decays in the Bowels,

3 through delayed and overdue action, what of Assistant commission. Naval and ordered Constructors-R.home. I I F Better Time Gonzalez Will Briggs, clerk.inspectors; Chapman OPEN ALL THE YEAR. AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN.SPECIAL .

happens. ? D. GateSwood ordered home and : No. 5A. H. Baily, Wm. While,
,i. granted two months leave, then to I J. J. Sherfoy, inspectors.No. .
I II' SUMMER RATES
'#t The millions of little Suction Pumpsthat ': duty In 'department of construction : .Tom Davidson, S. R. Tait,

line the Bowels and Intestines then draw I'and repair ordered Mare Island home and yard grantedtwo ; J. L. I Alex McVoy, inspectors; Olie Jennings -

Poison from the decayed Food Instead of Ackerson months 'leave, then to duty Jn Than NowTo clerk.} Pleasant, Convenient, Comfortable. Quisine Excellent,
No. 7.-A. D. Nickelson, C. Don
r tha Nourishment they were intended. to department of construction and repair : Ward, Burkley Hastings, inspectors: ; Set vice. Up.to.Date
Battles ordered
Y yard D. R.
N. ;, ; .
draw.This home and granted two months' Frank amy, clerk.

Poison gets into the,blood and in I)leave then; tQ. duty- In department; of No. 8.-Taylor Cralbtree, J. C. If you will call up phone 490, drop us a postal or call in person*
Taylor, Thos. Cisco, inspectors C. P.
;
time spreads all over the body unless the construction and repair Norfolk, Va '

&" Cause of Constipation is promptly removed. I Feed Your Chick. Proctor No. 9-M., clerk.Sturdivant, J. B. Hug- we will be glad to give you rates for either rooms, board or both.

1Y' That cause of Constipation is Weak, or J. T,. ,
inspectors
Bowel Muscles. gins Fillingim ; P .. ,
Lazy -
-- -- -- h '
MUSe-OGlE. ens With the M. Pritchett. clerk. r' "' "'" ,0, =;'3.. -- '
nr When your Bowel-Muscles grow flabby :1 I- j No. 10J. T. Rigley Surges Bry- -' -

'f1A they need Exercise to strengthen them, not : ars, Wesly Offarrels inspectors;, B. :!
CelebratedCORNO H. Bryars!, clerk.
"Physic1 to them.
.
pamper
,a. No. 11-J. W. Emmons W. C, Wll- k Kkde
a Special to The Journal; llama, W L. dims, inspectors; J. Morris Dannheisser 4

There's only one kind of Artificial I Exercise : The M. E. Sunday shoot-gave an n.\ Stewart, clerk.
jJ for the Bowel-Muscles.;; Easter pre'gramwhich was very fine, No. 12.-J, Andrews, R. P. Reese, (Formerly of Dannheisser Bros.)
Ed. Watson, inspectors; Lee Daniel!, Pure Old Rye and Bourbon, Fin
and greatly enjoyed by a large congregation
.Its name is "CASCARETS, and its clerk. Wines, Beer and Tobacco.
price is Ten Cents a box. No. n.-Thos. W. Kent Jas. c.
Mr.. J. W. Lange wasin Pens cola' i Old
So,if you want the same natural actionthat on business several} days, this week. 1 Clark Otto White, inspectors. Julius r. I Hickory Whiskey MySpedalty

t a six mile walk in the country would Prof. J. H. Finch was ill several Menko, clerk. f 12 W. Zarragossa Street.
1 rive you. (without the weariness) take)one days this week. 4 < HEN i No. Jf'-Diicm Reed. J. S.' Me- ; PENSCAOLA. FLORIDA.
James O'Brien,
Gaughey, inspectors,
;' Cascaret at a time, with intervals between, Miss Mary .Mullias. of Powelton, .p fl sP _-
.
Abe Daniels
visited relatives here this week. clerk. i io
exact i 4r ?
reach the desire.
fill
[ you you No. 15-F. M. Whiting Phil San i'p
Geo. T. Lewis was in Pensacola on Florida and Alabama
-One Cascaret at a time will properly business several days this week.: ches, J. B. Dougherty inspectors; J, 0idrt, 1+reeind inflict ?' Ts0 ltrw Id fdsie,)
.'{t deajjse a foul Breath, or Coated Tongue. Mr: and Mrs. C. Bradley were driving E. Re'.ra, clerk. Fslubidos : t6 w.iL.r.. i; H d,dI
: A coming Headache can be warded off I Sunday evening, while the horse FOODIt No. 16-Sid Clopton, Hiram Su'ggs, W SaccarfaJ 4-1- lapcritl, JtpuM* Tfwtw LAND COMPANYManufacturers
:4 1 d
W. H. Kilbee inspectors; Jno. Hoyt, 17"YEARSilPENSACOLA Co Educated Uook 7it
c) ft short order and the cause removed. tecame frightened and both were t debed F
', thrown from the carriage. :Mrs. clerk. ; J This haws Luf: f 1 d t7n.a ) of
Y it it it No. 17- $ Bradley received sevral painful in faro
.rfk Don't fail to carry the Vest Pocket juries.Dr. W H- Kilbee, inspectors;. Jno. L. --' i B+ndr d Maic>t LUMBER, SAWED CYPRESS SHIN-
Hoyt clerk 101itIEW JEATERE1o ,:,Thin d tangy
R. G. Buckner in Pensacola will make
C& caret Box with you constantly. was your GLES SAP.
AND KILN-DRIED
No. 18-J. W. Bowman, J. A. Williams
=,,1i All Druggists sell them-over ten million onbusiness several days this week. !I Superb Stre -S
chickens lay. and keep W J, Brewton, inspectors; T. l
Mr..J,1j. and
boxes a year. Tompkins family have J, Cushion, clerk l = 4ti b t Parade.r .
for'an
left to'
extended visit
it- Bo very careful to get the genuine friends in Alabama. relativesand them healthy plumpfat. No 19.-W. B, Miller A. B.; Fillln- (J-: !thb t1,tMDJB FIdFf SAFES I SAFES I SAFES! SAFES I

} made only by the Sterling Remedy Company Mrs:J. D..Trammell; Mr. and Mrs, J. E gum, F, ld. Wood, inspectors; A J, S E1t1Y OClt1n tT 10 L9i Buy Diebold Safes.

and never sold in bulk. Every tablet! I W.. Larkins and Miss Ola Mullins attended I Fillingim. clerk
k the No. 20-W, M, McCurdy, M, F. Mor. !. Scarritt Moreno, Agent.
session
"CCC. Wednesday evening
jumped Try'it'.4 : taro Bill inspectors MackMeKJurdy
t or the Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows. Newberry ; ..x hu.w. NcW ---
I clerk. .
it i tti
Mr: McCallam, manager'of the S, S. I e'P' S
No. Jl-Pre8ton Pierce, M. E. Hen.
u Cos: store at McKlnnonviiie, wag t r Dtfii .'
FREE TO OUR READERSIt lJ in ilus tfiee Wednesday on business. derson, R. T. Bradley, inspector; C. h5. aOta1B/& t BOSSO'SIce.
R. Vaughn, clerk. ,
baa been arranged to nail free a I. ---.---
No. 22-F, A. Mayo E. N. Jemigan '
bezntifal little he cb-d .sl'lIed GOLD- Cream
PIATSD trinket box,Aard-eaameJed tn j MUS-GYPSEY, MORRIS The Lewis Bear Co. 1 J, H, King inspectors; W, T. Mayo, Factorycan

pretty most liberal colors,oler a Aaodsoma ever made ornament, and we, ; GIVES LAST' SOIREE TO-NIGHT 'I clerk. FLORIDA(
want every reader to have one. Tea I No. 23-H. C, ,Kellam, D. W. Bowman furnish you cream in
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c etiuia in stamp is asked as a measure I Miss Gypsey Morris will give her. Wholesale Agents I W. J. Kumams, inspectors; R..J; any quantity Satisfaction
cf. good faith and to coat of Castareta ; ,
i with which this cover dainty box is dosingsoiree..t -night at the 0. K. Seymour, clerk. 24th 190& -- ,-':guaranteed., ,- ,
'
loaded. i of A. Hall; at 8 o'clock. There will Pensacola Florida FRANK REILLT, ---5---- PHONE 1326
Send today bo sore to mention thispaper { ,
1 ; a pleasing program'ot fancy Chalnnai
jbe P. B. RADCOFF
and write address
Address[ Sterling your Remedy Company plainly."I dancing e tc.r .=;::5:::= : ::: I' Temporary Secretary. at 2:15: and 8 o'clockAPRIL p. m. SAM BOSSQ, Prop.
ti. 7f"JJl.cato oz Rem 1'wukr; '"I ,
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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, FRIiDAY MORNING APRIL 20,, 1906 ,. PAGE THREE. iJ :
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CONFEDERATE VETERANS 1 11'

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PAY" TRIBUTE.- TO DEAD Rem.nant Sale To-day J



the battle's roar 'was hushed, but its
Grand 'Army Soldiers Participate thunders are still reverberat'-ng: '

in the Memorial Ex- pen through can my adequately memory.portray No tongue its vaccl-nor. All RemnantsRemnants to Be Closed Out '.

lating fortunes at ,each dreadful mo-
ercises.A ment. As I write it now; a myraid
thrilling, incidents, and rapidly chang- -
I ing scones, now inspiring now appalling :.

rush over my- memory. I hear 'Regardless of Cost I {'
'
:.. LARjCROWD; again the :words of Barlow, 'Tell: my
wife that I freely gave my life for my
country!' Yonder, :resting on 'his elbow s
M
I see the gallant young Avery,'

Egbert I I Delivered in his bloodp gray uniform, among of._Silk, Remnants of Wash Goods, Remnants of White Goods, Remnants of
Beali an Eloquent his brave North Carolineans, writingas
he died, 'Tell father that I died Domestics, Remnants of Toweling, .Remnants of Table Linen, i
Eulogistic Address. with face to the foe!' r
CAN'T ALL BE my Truly, as
WE President, Davis said, 'The manner of All to Go in the Clean-Up Remnant Sale. '

MILLIONAIRES, their death is the crowning glory of .
TRIBUTES PAID TO THE SOUTH their lives.
"My comrades, those of this generation
but a $20.00 Suit will make ERN SOLDIERS AND WOMEN can hardly measure the depth of Neckwear Sale To-day. Silk Sale To-day.

most of us look so. Mark Twain i grief that fills your souls, in recalling
THE SOUTH AND, LOYALTY
TO THE
traveling all around the all your sad experiences during the
world after says there are no clothes OF CON'FEDER'ATE'' VET four, years of your vicarious service.At 500 Ladies' White Lawn Embroidered Turn/Over Fresh from the big mill Clearan.ce Sale 5OOOyards

to American.He \ this moment the dirges resound in Collars, both hemstitched and embroidered edges, of All/Silk Louisine and Taffeta Silks, all newest
equal ERANS TO THE STARS AND your heart and 0!
younger
is a man of good taste and lineal decendants of my.these friend'j while they last only_________________________ScOne styles, worth 75c and 89c per yard, special____49C .

doubt if he was a residentof ''STRIPES. red veterans, can you not
no Pensacola he would be one sounds of the requirems for our,brave,'] box' Drummer's Sample Chemisettes and One lot of 59c and 65c Fancy Louisine Silks, in the ;

of best customers. noble comrades that sleep on every Yokes, in Baby Irish Point and Embroidered, to most desirable colors, ;
our
hill, and in every valley from the
The Confederate Veterans commemorated -
, Suits $7.50 to '$30.00.COTTRELL. I the memories of the fal Potombac to the Rio Grande, and from go in this sale at sacrifice prices. Special-_________32c

lIen heroes who followed the fortunesof the Ohio to our own sun-kissed sea-
i the immortal Robert E.. Lee durn: ; washed beech. They sleep in

the Lee Civil Square war.yesterday At the afternoon exercises the at and shrined I trust in their the hearts memories of our will people honor'l I Special Bargains To-day in Waists,Skirts and Suits. Be wise;come to the Busy Store for lowest prices on everything in our line.

ST=_ members of the local Grand Army of to the remotest generation. Yea, ::1 .
the Republic posts and members of "NUntil the stars shall grow old,
the same organization of Warrington;:I And until the sun grow cold,
joined in paying honor to the memories And the leaves of the Judgment book
of the brave men whom on' the unfold." T. H. LANNON & CO .
'
'tattle field they fought forty years Loyalty to Union. .
ago. The men' who wore the blue,I "While I firmly believe that the ,
I like cause of the south was right in its "
those who wore the grey, realize ,'_"' -
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. that the past Is over and both'foughtfor i organization and operation, let no one < .. ,- , -_. -.. -- : : :: -,: ,
Pensacola Fla. 1. what they honestly thought was I think me wanting in loyalty to our ji

. right. With or between them, there I I reunited country.. ,I believe in the future 4W** .I.*###aMIHH H-i $ iI. 1
I is no bitterness,. but on the _contrary j I glory1'of our Republic. That the hopes of our people was crushed, I Hf. ,
WEDDING PRESENTSCut i' naught but admiration exists in the I';!!'glory; however, -will not reach the at people grand in all the attributesof t DIAMONDS, WATCHES' )
Glass and Sterling Silverware I( limit of the desires of the patriotic cultured civilization civilization''i'A1JltlsemeJJts
hearts of each for their valor and
W. A. Gahlenbeek 218 S. Palafox SL heroism, as'was shown yesterday. I and thoughtful, until wisdom, justice; unequaled 'In the world's! history. A l lI lI CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES, BRONZSB I ,
and moderation, shall sway the mindsof people composed of manly men, who *
The.graves of the dead Confederate I x STERLING SILVERWARE rt J
the people until strenuous possessed the highest degree of senti- ,
veterans in the different cemeteriesof ; arrogance I t-i $
TURTON & BELL, I the city were decorated with flowers[ fraft and disregard of the written mentalism, of superior refinement of i ART POTTERY, OPTICAL GOODS,
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. and for-get-me nots''by the Daughters II constitution, are things of the, scholarship! and manners, and honor II Last Night's Play. '
Kodak Supplies. Finishing for Amateurs. of 'the Confederacy and 'members of past; until the scales of jlstice are; ed and respected the world over, for The performance given by the Rent- CUT GLASSWARE ;

. Camp Ward, United Confederate Vet-;1 I held in equal balance, between the: their knightly bearing, and respectful frow Stock Company last evening, at
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"' erans. 1 rich and the poor; until integrity,: consideration for women. the opera house, was a surprise as !
R. K. WHITE I The Exercises. manhood, and ability' shall be the requisites "The women modest, gentle, and accomplished well as an artistic treat to the large -.
Watchmaker Manufacturing Jeweler. and Graduate I Promptly at 4:30: o'clock yesterday to positions of trust and honor polished after the simili- audience in attendance. Dr. Jekyll Engraving and Fine Stationery
Optician.30 S. Paiafox Street Pensacola. Fla. I afternoon the veterans, with the memo and the size of the pocket book,' tude'of'of a palce. I and ,Mr. Hyde is a play that has tax- i
. "When all the nations of the earth ed the of of
ability best
bers of the Grand Army Posts, speakers -! until the government abandons imperialistic many our ac-
tendencies and we treat all' are gathered together at the last'great t tors, and only men with the highest'
clergy and others, assembled at I I Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention. 'I
Toldif assizes, the old south will be there. dramatic conceptions and temperament -
Tersely the court house. The procession in people, of all countries, as we wouldbe i,
which the soldiers of the Confederacy treated; until we return to the The uncrowned queen of all the uni'I can hope to be successful in' =
and Grand Army participated marched rock bed principles, of true American verse. And in.her presence.fame will: such a trying role. In Mr. Elmer Buff-.
you deal in houses you can afford manhood, and honesty, and observance bow her head in shame.: Unique,ham, the leading! man of the Rent- = -1
to Lee Square where the exerciseswere E. O. Eadek Co.
to use a regular display ad.IIj.are held. of the laws. grand, glorious. For, she never frow Stock Co., the management havean i Jewelry t 1
as well as numerous want Superb Courage. never sought anything but. her own; actor' with all the attributes necessary MOBILE ALA.
The stand decorated
speakers
was 3
ads; for a "house-merchant" cannot "The past'glory'or the Republic is she was never guilty gf injustice or for the greater dramatic roles;
ford to have of his stock "left with the United States and Con- .**#H* #i ###IHM u
any federate flags and seated the stand inseperable from the names of Wash- oppression; she never! struck a blow his performance of Dr. .Jekyll fully ..

orer" from season to season. were: :Mayor Bliss. Alderman on James, ton Jefferson, Jackson Lee, Calhoun except in defense of the dearest rights proving this. In his Jekyll one saw '' ........................................................v............................ v................................. ....................". .". .....-......... 1;
J. M. MeCutchen and Mr. and Mrs. McHugh, Rev, Butler, W. A. Blount, Beckham, Prentice, Davis and a host known to men; and, from the ashesof the refined, cultured gentleman, bat -
H. MeCutchen, of Russellville, Ky., of others I might mention. TheirI her desolation she has arisen tlingwiththe contending forces of his
Jr., C. V. Thompson and Egbert Beall, Put them in before the FLIES and
en route to the Confederate reunion atNew orator of the day., I I records and deeds are a glorious her- Phoenix-like, and today ,she is the nature, and the 'gradual decline of the SCREENS '
most conservative section of the, man's moral' strength was marked MOSQUITOES get into house. ,1
Orleans, are at the Escambia The exercise' were opened ,with itage; and your fathers who wore the your
for a few days. Mr. H.'S. McCutchen; prayer, by Rev. J. Barney ,Butler of gray, whose mighty ,deeds will gave Union, and fully abreast the other j decidedly in each act, until in the fast We can furnish them CHEAPER NOW -;
sections in the upbuilding of her material act, he has ceased to struggle, and
Is chairman of-the board of prison the Pa1 fox Street Methodist church, them place in future history for J
manufacturing commercial, resigned himself to his awful fate. In Supply of BRICK now on hand. ,
commissioners of Kentucky, and' is after which.W. A. Blount'Jr.; introduced chivalric bravery, along with the ;
active in Kentucky politics. I Egbert' Beall. who delivered the three hundred 'of Old Tehmopalae,and social, educational and religious in.Hyde all the malignity, the coarse Phone 11. H. G. DeSILVA & CO. J Jv.

J. J. Hooton, who with C. Thiesen! eulogy of the day, in which tributesto the charge of the Light, Brigade at terests.' animalism and brutality of the demoniac .N' ;/ WN- -H -+NN
southern
recently returned from Arizona, where the dead heroes'and members of Ballaclava, and the fiery hosts that Valor. ,' were finely marked. a
The southern people are no pessi- The support last
night adequate
was -
swarmed
the breach at
the Daughters of the Confedarcy were up Ascylon.
they went to investigate some mining; e aWe
Unbiased history will surely gave: mists. They are made of i sterner in every way. :Miss Asqu'th:
Interests talks of! paid.
very interestingly them this distinction for with supurb stuff. And, as to the future, in the gave a sympathetic and pleasing interpretation

(that there country for development and of the and prospects for business ;1| Mr. Beall Mr., Bead's who resides Address.at Cottage courage, unyielding fortitude,they language of Benj. H. Hill, 'We are of Alice. Mr. Ewen as ;

enterprise. The water question,,': Hill and is a traveling salesman was held at bay for four long years the back in our father's' house, and we Utterson was convincing, and lr.Fleming's Can Make Profit for Contractors
are there to sta I make the quota- Dr. Lanyon was marked bya
armies north.
splendid of the
however, is one that does not exactly in magnificent voice. He said In part"Ladies :
Their immortal deeds proclaim in tion advisedly, this is our father'shouse refined air and conscientious en This is great season for building and contractors
nut Mr. Hooton and for the presentat ;, ; of the Memorial Association, a
least, he says, he would prefer to i Ladies and Gentlemen and Comrades them that no people of any age of the for they did as much and more deavor. The comedy furnished by I should reap a harvest. We can increase your gains and 0
build than Mr. -
to did others.
it Who
King and Miss Rentfrow
world made for any helped of satisfaction to customers.
remain in country where water IS, : a grander struggle give a full measure your
a home and inalienable' ri'ghts' than did led the armies of .the Revolution to to lighten the gloom of the sombre Let figure contracts for rough lumber dressed 1
not as hard to get as it is in the wilds j "I come to speak to you on this us on your ,
of that portion of the great west. j I sacred memorial occasion with no the.:southern people. No wonder that, success against the encroachments of play, and the other characters were lumlber, turned and scroll work, lime, brick hair 3
j studied phrases or rounded periods, in contemplation of all the sacrifices the crown. George Washington, a l!I all in capable hands. Tonight the laths, paints, oils, varnishes and a full line of builders'
southerner, whose brain: conceive: musical comedy drama, Lord Balti-
cheerfully rendered, the .superb heroism ttiardware.Saunders( .
Everybody. prefers Blue Ribbon but rather to join with you in paying
and hand
whose wrote the constitu- more, will be produced.
Lemon and Vanilla after once using; heartfelt, reverent tribute to, our and e.nduranceof the Confederate' tion., Thomas Jefferson, a southerner,
them. Absolutely Goes twice> heroic dead! And,to testify,that I do soldier under the most trying conditions Mill Company
pure.
who at
the head of h's: Mississippi Baby won't suffer five minutes with, ,
that the immortal
know of the motives and prlD.clplesthat Grady exclaimed -
as far as other kinds and the flavor, riflemen saved the day to the American croup if you apply Dr. Thomas' Eclec-'!
is actuated our people.in their fruit- 'Out there In Appamattox,:- Phone 717. 21 East Garden Street.Gillette .
perfection.Wm. less struggle for. independence. If I where the Lord God Almighty 'has arms, when Taylor with five thou- tric Oil at once. It acts like magic.
sand men was assailed
by twenty -
should utter word, placed on every raged gray cap the 5
Johnson & Son. one or express one ,
I thousand Mexicans on the field KEEP COOL.
sentiment that'will inspire in the sword of his imperishable; knighthood gory
Tetleys' Teas served free (in an-j .' I of Buena Vista. Jefferson Davis, a BUY YOUR UNDERWEAR NOW
nex) by an expert. Either: hot or hearts,and minds of the youth of this Tribute southerner, who were the real heroesat WATSON PARKER & REESE HAS
Women.
iced. Call at the Big Store and trya ,, audience a desire to learn more of the to Santiago on the land arid on the THE SWELLEST LINE OF MEN'S Triple-Plated Safety Razor $5.00.
policies and principles their ances- And the noble women of the Con, -a
cup. There is flavor, fragrance and : sea? Joseph Wheeler 'and Winfield UNDERWEAR IN THE CITY.CANDIDATES .
strength In Tetley's Teas. tors, I shall be amply, repaid for my federacy! Heroines, who were the Scott, both southerners.We undoubtedly the best of all safety razors. Blades are of the
poor effort. My comrades, looking power behind the heroes at the front: acepted the results of the war finest spring steel, double edged and half dozen extra blades t
NEW MEAT MARKET back through the dim vista of nearly 'Dedicating to the relief of husbands,: in good faith and we challence all WERE for only 50 cents. Twelvebladcs accompany razor in neat box
OPENS AT WARRINGTONThe ,half a century, there comes to you at fathers, sons, brothers and sweet j people, of all sections, to go farther at $5.00. Let us show you one. ;
i this hour many memories that make hearts, all of their domestic accom than in all the '
we requirements of
Model Market, J. W. Cohron''your hearts as lead. You recall the plishments. It has been beautfullyjsaid ; loyal citizenship. And now, here, DULY INITIATEDLOCAL Coe' :a oo.ltor.
when in the of that, in that labor of love
T-rcprietor will open at Warrington time buoyancy youth, ,every I beneath the shadow of this shaft, J
213 South
Saturday morning with full supply of and early manhood, you bade fare- click of the needle was a prayer and: erected to perpetrate the memory of Phone 233. Palafox Street PentacolaL

green groceries, fish, and meats. well to home, kindred! and- friends, to I every stitch a tear. How poor are our Confederate dead, on this sacred UNION'' NO. 259 OF CLERKS
:April 202t go the front to meet the invaders of my words in attempting to pay fitting 1 spot, named in honor of our illustrious J
your country there to bear your tribute to them. The evils of war! commander, Robert Edward Lee, HAS SEVERAL NEW

WATSON, PARKER & REESE HAVE breast in defence of. principles as dearas fell relentlessly! upon them, but with I holding! fast to all that is sweet and MEMBERS.A C. SMITH S. BROS. 'I
JUST RECEIVED A LARGE SHIP life and honor. You recall the what sublime Spartan-like courage I good in the past, with undying devo-

MENT OF CELEBRATED BUDD'S faces 9f many of your brave,.faithful did-they work on, hope on, and pray I tion to the memories of our dead, renouncing special meeting of Local Union VISIBLE TYPEWRITERS ..,
SHOES AND SLIPPERS FOR CHIL companions who freely gave up their I ever. Patient, true and patriotic: no conviction, conscious: of No. 259, Clerks' International Pro'tfctive -
DREN. lives; some in the carnage of battle I through all those dark days cf terrible no wrong, let us all unite in subscribing Association was held last "Writing in Sight.
amid the roar of artlU ,rY1lnJ the rat,l l anxiety, ministering angels: to to the apothegm of Decatur, "My evening at 6:15 o'clock. The session Once see and un the Machine, you will have no other. Order a
WATSON, PARKER &: REESE HAVE tle of, musketry; others who languished -: many. who died far'away from' home Country, right or'wrong, My coun- 'vas for, the purpose of initiating sev- booklet explaining it
JUST RECEIVED A LARGE SHIP and died in hospital and prison and'loved ones. :Forgetting their own try."
eral candidates who .
[ were: J E. L. 8. BROWN Pensacola Fla.
'
MENT OF CELEBRATED! BUDD'S camp;,'and yet others who survived the, 'great ,danger at'an times; in their At the conclusion of his address Mr. Muller, J. S. Oliver' A, Lovendahl, ,
SHOES AND SLIPPERS FOR CHILDREN clash of arms, but have since 'gone to' solicitude for their loved ones at',the Beall was warmly congratulated, J. C. Alexander, R, S. Favorite, Earn-
join the ranks of the' mighty hosts I front And when all, ;save .honor, was ".
that preceded them. \ lost, in holy remembrance,, and, devot- especially-by the women. est It McVoy.was decided to issue cards to ...........o..4......4........................4......

GET A PANAMA, $5.00, $7.50 AND General Gordon In his reminiscences ,I ed loyalty to the fallen, they instituted MRS. A. G TUTTLE DIEDIN all 'merchants who employ membersof
10.00 AT STANDARD CLOTHING writing-of Gettysburg'says! :,: this beautiful custom:'of memorial. ALABAMA LAST NIGHTDr. Local Union No. 259.

COMPANY. 'Another generation has come.up'since "Oh, It is a sad, sad thought that Preparations are .b;lng made for i i and I 1

- J. G. Heard received a tele- the regular meeting, Wednesday | Refrigerators
phone message l last night announcing evening, at 7:30 o'clock at which
'w 1 AY nI!!ri' "lr' ir C:- the death in Shorter, near Montgomery time it is said several new candidates 0
: IIII"--.e .Ht -Ufmt
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n of Mrs. A. G;. Tuttle, motherof will be initiated.A I
:Mrs. Heana'. Ice Boxes.
THDIGN TI
OF THE HOME J The news will be received with :
0
surprise and regret by many Pensa- POSSIBILITY. ,, .
cola friends. iMrs. Tutle spent Febru- : Warm weather, the weather for the' Refrigerators. Ice 0
1 CALLS FOR A PIANO ary and March in this city with her I That Became a Fact and Pleases Boxes and the ice man is here. The ice man and his : .
I daughters Mrs. Heard and Mrs. F. C. Many People. ,T bill won't be such a "bug-aoo" if you use a good Refrig
: Fitten, and during her visit was ill. A. R. Lewis, M. D.,. in a lengthy Ice Box. I
But she rallied and when she ar- article In the columns of the American -
m 'If the piano corner in your home is :still!l vacant we do-most earnestly iniij rived in' her Alabama home her rela- ournal of Health, says concern- i "odori;; ': -
tives and friends there said she loolt- ing hair: "It's deterioration is a Refrigerators $$14 to $$22 f
vita- you to see our magnificent stock of 'pianos and upon what favorable better and seemed happier: than fur I constant source of worriment to humanity ,

years, and continued so until a few consequently bald people are
r4 terms we can fill it, we wish-to impress,upon you who without WE tfays ago, when she began to decliaa I readily deceived by 'fake' hair restor : and you can keep vegetables, milk and butter in them 4
i Mrs. Heard and Mrs. Fitten went to atives. The wish that a hair preparation : without contamination. Other Refrigerators as low as :
a piano that we will put one into your home for $10.00 down and two I her bedside and last night the sad will 'fill the bill' Is father to $9.00. :'
message came that she passed away the fancy that it is likely to do so. A Wild's linoleum for kitchen office or store, :Mattings 20 .
i m;; dollars. week Some special bargains in. second, hand pianos. Write E! at 8:30. rare case In point is that of New i. to 35 cents. Laid Free. Window Shades made any size,
Mrs. Tuttle was the widow of the bro's Herpicide, which actually does' any color, from 50 cents up-Hung Free.
e us about them, or call and see them., late Mr. A. G. Tuttle well known in\ *iJl the bill. It destroys the para t -
mt Alabama where the pair had lived site that attacks the hair roof, and
at :Yontgo.nlery'and; Shorter for fif- prevents dandruff, falling hair anc I
MARSTON&QUINA
Oldest and LargestMusic House 114-1165. Palafox St. teen years.. She has been spendingthe !baldness." For sale, by W. A. IXA .
t;t House in Clutter I Music, PhonelS 1 winters in his city since Dr. and emberte. druggist ayi apothecary,
Florida _' PENSACOLA Mrs. Heard have been residing here 121 South Palafox street, or send 10w i 108/110 S. Palafox St. Phone 148. Pensacola, Fla :
w. c. CLUTTER, Tn. B. E. CLUTTER. Sea and has many friends who will, be in stamps for sample to, The Herpi
EL.O'f E "' grieved to learn of her death. cide Co., Detroit Mich.. I..1..N....NN..N..0...ONNKN H/1.......N 4.

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PACE OUIir ;THE PENSAC'OLA JOURNAL :FRIOA'l. MORNING A PRIL. 20, 1908 ,

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4 years of his life to the public ser-office bears ample testimony. 1

vice. He was Treasurer of the Since Justice Whitfield has .been .
,lfJt'tnjafoIa i11\t ItiItI State. he was Attorney. General of on the bench the work of the ,Su- Base Ball

the State and was pointeo, for an .premeCourt. ., of Florida has been An Ideal Heroine

-i ': onexplred term on the' Supreme prosecuted with 'so much zeal and
-- -- UfU.flf rrt : bench and re-eljcted at the last' di; atch that the court IS NOW Ll3
general election, .but tinder: the constitutional I WITH ITS DOCKET. This of --
DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. rule of choosing long and i' course, is not due ,entirely to the Barbara Winslow

I short terms,' he secured ih,3 short ..efforts of Justice Whitfield but he There will be a game of in.

PUBLISHED ,EVERY MORNING EXCEPT :MONDAY I term, and now comes up for re-etec-] partIcipates in this good work and door Base Ball
tion.i deserves part of the credit for it, tonight
tf4 ...BY... .. I!I That he has been efficient faithful I His record has not been successfully Rebel. -

'and 'comp teIit. his excellent record assailed, and the people should return April 20th 1906 ;
; THE JOURNAL COMPANY. in his former offices and his ability him to the office he now I ,

Wu wJJ .7-- 4- I and impartial work in hia present holds. I By ELIZABETH J F.T.T.TS at the i ii i


FRANK L. MAYCS President and Genoral Manager.MEMBER J !
"There ;is something ex- ...:." !"." ....:, "Barbara: ,. is an alluring Y. M. C. A.
; ; U WW rr. ww, CITY OF SAN FRANCISCO H ceedhgly! winsome about : '.' .: j: creature-a girl of brave

heart, sweet spirit, highEsrymadcapofagirI.afld
iti Barbara; the is such a : -i\ ;
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. : fif. ; Z: courage :and fascinating Buster Brown'svs. I

tL r Lrr --1nrLr-t r- -uW.runnnnflflr,Mrn jWw WMntW u flt yet feminine as one could 1 ':' moods and qualities." .

? SUBSCRIPTION, RATES. A MASS OF SMOKING RUINS wish or imagine." "I; 1 r II'i':. Chicago Recvi&ru1d.Boyn5taniUthn .
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One Year.$5 00 Ona Month....... ......... 45 I I :: ;
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Six Mouths.. .. ........... 2 50 One Week.. ,;.... .. ...... 1& (Continued From First Page.). r ie nce in the 'fact that the fire under-j :..'! ;:: ,,":!i' "Barbara Is one of the Young Business Men's

; Three Months!..... .... ... 1 25 Weeklr Edition, per year.1 oC destruction of one of the most beautiful : caused writers are not'liable for itself.losses. J "Barbaracoquetthhand_ ; .......' ...;.;":" -f.> -\:' most winsome. of the $eVenC -
cities of the West by earthquake But; lI Lght-bearted and ..:..::::'.:.::c: ::':' k.i..".;,' ? teeclh century heroines we Base Ball Teamat
as for damages to buildings which eaccuctered ia fiction.
saddest tid- gay. but daring in the face ?.' '; :ELj": :; : have
The Pensacola Detailed Messenger bring. the collapsed: partly and then took fire. ."'
Only Newspaper From Which a Heattis- of danger and true as \S7::;
of the 'estrnction of
icgs
iiDderwriters were uncertain during steel" // Y. MaS. .Qj: DetrpfrFr mss.f. .
Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. burg, Griserville .Clover dale, Hope-1 the day. AS to the blocks of buildings I 8.-30 p. m.
land and Ukiah.. This report takes I i which escaped the erathquakeand

fl i in the country as far north as Mendodno then were burned the estimate: f. A girl who masquerades ,in man's attire, fights a duel with a King's
I ADMISSION 25
Offices, 108 and 110 East I I P.person Sale on Trains far west and as the Lake Pacific counties.ocean.and Theseare as I w ere California clearer.! Is not what Is called officer, disarming him and then falls desperately h !Icvc xvLK l hia: is CENTS.

?4 Government. Phone. 38, -- and at. all News Stands. frontier counties and have not as among insurance men a "standard the heroine- this} charming tale. Barbara is an entrandng creature,

fLW 1mnJw JLflJVl fl.J1J J flj.j J.tt1 large towns as farther south. In I policy" state, and for many years A Fine Line of
is well
4 whether in or doublet and hose. Her acquaintance
every case the loss of life and prop- most fire insurance policies issued petticoats

: .PEN&ithLA. FLORIDA- FRIDA Y MORNING.- APRIL 20. 1905w erty is as shocking as here. I I upon property there contained a worth ywlnrig-

-Li _ _ _ _ special claus exempting from ,liability Illustrated by John Rae, $1.50 TENNISGOOD8
EARTHQUAKE; SHOCKS
for wreckage through earth-
I tist bookulltr lusn't it,fubhthers volt send the loot, asagqaid,
Friends of the ; or your first tinge rheumatism RECORDED IN ITALY quakes. Within a few years most 'of If your upon receipt of price. /
PI a s'ecret from the doctor; or your desire "" the companies writing the bulk of

3 Yellow Fever. to sell or to rent your .house a secret Rome, April '13. The' seismographs[San Francisco insurance have used DODD, MEAD & COMPANY

Under the caption "Friends of Yel. from the want ad..readers of this in the observatories throughout Italy! the New York standard policy Publishers 372 Fifth Avenue New
1..j yesterday recorded distant earth which contains only ons clause in York''
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Commer
low Fever, the Memphis pa er. I
quake shoots. Those.of ,the observatory -, any way bearing upon liability for ..
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'"' cial-Appeal contains the following article at Florence which has the most I" earthquake damage. That clause is

;*-'ji' inspired by the delay of congress Nothing is so hard to do as it perfect instruments', indicated that an' as follows: JUST RECEIVEDNew
seems beforehand-unless it Is done earthquake had been felt at a distance
/ "If building or' any part thereof
the national quarantine -
i1 in passing
u :t. I in the wrong way, when it is harder. of 7,000 miles. The shocks fall except1-' as the result of fire all] Political Announcements Tennis goods.

l? i bill: For example, to sell that piece of were so severe that they injured the Insurance by this policy on such Rackets-$1,25, $1.50, $2.0Q, $251

i Reports from Washington indicate instruments. building or its contents shall imme- $3.00, $3.50, $4.00, $4.50, $5.00, $5.50.
;;r.l i that the national quarantine bill is in property quickly without advertisingit The directory of the Florence cb, diately cease." sWkrSuWU-tfl. -Ju-UtW. flUtnJtW- AJWL w Nets-$1.50, 250.

-1 some doubt. This bill has passed the would be harder than it seems. servatory is of the opinion that the Some companies! have retained an RATES. j For County Treasurer.I Balls-3 for $f.OO.
house majority of about eight to earthquake in California viewed in The rates for political announcements -! Fine line fresh spring
by a old-fashioner r policy which exempts will be a candidate in the democratic Fishing
1 ) one, and why there should be any There is prdbably a horse for sale connection with the outbreak of from damage ."occasioned by earth ,. not exceeding lines to run' primary of May 15 for re-nomi Tackle; new and of best quality

f2-1 doubt of its final adoption simply pass i in this city that will perfectly match Mount Vesuvius' and the earthquake. quake." Officials of these companiss till the primary of May 15 are as follows nation to the offiC2 of county treasure One thousand new Edison Records

t1- es our comprehension. Even the that fine .bay of yours. Let a want iu Calaibria in September last indicates were busy today considering the : ere The support of all democrats will just in. Come quick before they an
of further ter- The Daily Journal .... .. .. ....$10.00
r p hyena has a mother which loves and the approach question as to how far this clause be appreciated. picked over.
ffLi: nourishes it; and so we presume,that ad. look for him. restial convulsions. would exempt them from ,losses by The Weekly Journal ... .. ... 5.00 J. ED. WILLIAMS. Out of town orders promptly fiiiei
I even the yellow fever seems to have, King Victor Emmanuel was most: resultant fires. The general disposition These rates are strictly cash In advance
;; About ten of the men'who read the impressed with the news from California and no announcement will be
its friends and champions. however was that the companies I hereby announce myself a candidate -
I. The people of the south are heartily want ads. day' after day are looking following so soon after the I would rates no technicalities, Inserted or run under any other. con. for the office of County Treasurer -

i tired of the recurrence of the panic for a bargain in a carved and colored I Calabria disaster and the eruption cf but wherever there could be the ditions.: of Escambia county, subject to the F. B. BRUCECOFFEE
Mount Vesuvius. He said that none
l every time the fever appears anywhere meerschaum pipe. Do you have one than Italians slightest que'stion.the benefit of the For the State Senate. action of the Democratic primary of
M: in the country., It disturbs the i. for sale'? can smypathize .more doubt would be gIven to the policy- May 15, and respectfully solicit the
{$ commerce, the domestic life and the with the sufferers in and about San holder. John S. Beard a candidate for the support of all voters. .
of ; Chicago: seems to be the summit of Francisco. adding that he felt most nom'natlon! to the State Senate in the
recreation of the people !
: summer JOHN G. WEI H.
this'section, and they will almost I,the'great divide between the prophet I anxious for the thousands: of Italian L Lieutenant Pulis Fatally Injured. Democratic primary called to be held

f: unanimously indorse any proposition :and ths lost. emigrants in California.The 'San Francisco (via Oakland), April May 15th, together with other speakers i I hereby announce myself a candidate !

; looking to the exclusion of the disease news was communicated to 19.-Lieut. C. C. Pulls, commanding will address the people of Es- i for the office ot County Treasurer
1;' from the country. National quarantine -I HH-:' the pope by Cardinal Merry del Val. the Twenty-fourth company of cambia county upon the political Issues subject to the action of the Dem.

kl: : promises to do this. With four the papal secretary of state. The light artillery, was blown up by a of the day at the following ocratic Primary.
""pontiff gave orders that he be keptinformed'of We are tbe Pioneer
; TWO GOOD SERVANTS times and places:
charge of
or :five stations on the Gulf, the introduction dynamite at Sixth and THOS. F. WRIGHTON.For .
iTI_ of the fever can be effectively -REWARD THEM all the developments, especially : Jesse: streets and was fatally injured.He Molino Friday night, April 20. Coffee Roasters of
in regard to. the safety of Bluff Springs, Saturday, day time Tax Collector.
I */ill guarded against was taken to the military hospital ,
t- t i r' J.cksovi11e Archbishop Riordan and of the clergyof April 21.Muscogee. j West Florida.McHUGH'S .
{I: But Just when] this desideratum is Sun. San Francisco. at Presidio. He haia1! a fractured I hereoy announce myself a candidate
J. I about to be realized, the specter of .4; skull and several bones broken Monday night, April 23.Brent's for re-election to the office of

% the doctrine of states' rights arises, & H ;It PARTIAL UST OF THEBUILDINGS and severe internal injuries. : ,.Thursday night,,April 26. Tax Collector for Escambia county

f.ff and the health of the south is jeopardized Lieutenant Pulis placed a heavy ]Myrtle Grove, Friday nfght, April at the primary to be held on May 15, '
by a squabble of the politicians. .: The approaching primary offers no ': DESTROYED. I charge of dynamite In a building on 27. 19061: I solicit your vote. BLENDS!
m' Some short- t hted southern ppliti. opportunity to the electors of this --- sixth street The fuse was imper Ferry Pass, Saturday. day time, May Respectfully,
.,State to San Francisco, Cal., April 19.-Following fect
divide on did not
questions of party ana1 Ignite the charge as:
clans sacrifice their
I are willing to section 5th.Millview J. S. ROBERTS.At .
&{ for a theory; and when they begin I policy or of party Issues.It is an incomplete list of the I soon as was expected. Pulis went to Thursday night May 3. have no equal. A trial\
is a DEMOCRATIC principal buildings destroyed or the building to :McDavid,
to prattle'about states' rights, the : PRIMARY, relight, and the Friday night, May 4. the solicitation of friends I hereby .
Elf.. unscrupulous (Northern politicians it which none but white Democratscan damaged: charge exploded while he was in the Nil's Precinct, Tuesday .night May announce myself a candidate fohe : will convince the con.
vote; Because of the fact that Call building, entirely destroyed. tuilding exploded while he was' ia 8th. :-
t-j I .... just extreme.as reprehensibly And so a :fly much to the desired other there Is no question of party: principle t. Clau '. reckles' builiing, gutted by the building,1 jTbe Injured officer is Beulah, Thursday night, May 10. t the action office of oMhe Tax"Collector Democratic subject Primary to noisseur that we

k,i4 thing is caught indeed between the involved the choice of the electors :flames. a graduate ot the artillery school at: Pensacola (Seville Square) Friday May 15. 1906.NEILS make no extravagant
will !Hearst building collapsed. 'Fortress Monroe
necessarily have Va.
is
and the nether millstones. to be he thirty night, May 11.
.
i. upper McKENZIE
made from a lIst which, New Chronicle building hardly 3 ears old, single and ] OERTING.
41 And the friends of yellow fever are contains no: : a native .of Pine Barren Saturday night, May -- -- -- claims.
at all
names but loyal Democrats. damaged\ Chicago.
12.
For Tax .
County Assessor.I
: unduly persistent They act as If
fJii PERSON1AL F"1TIIDR" The White House, walls badly
1 they were pealously guarding the right HOLDING THE! VARIOUS QFFTCE3 cracked all plate glass windows JURORS ARE, DRAWN FOR I For the Legislature. will be a candidate for re-nomina Wholesale and RetsilGROCERS
? d of,Yellow Jack to come into this coun IS THE ON'Lif' QUESTION: which gone all stock in building remov tion to the office of County Tax Assessor
:
fq try. Possibly their are some people the electors of the State are called ed before 9 o'clock. CIRCUIT COURT. THIRD WEEK: I am a candtdata for representative : in the Democratic Primary of May
: who are benefited by the in the lower ,house of the state 15. '1' respectfully ask
:1 appearance upon to answer correctly the Winchester Hotel Third street, totally your supportW.
L. Little
primary business was transacted iu I legislature: subject to the action of
of the fever, on the principle that If of May 15th. destroyed by shock.Grand W. RICHARDS.
::1 there were no disease there would be the courts yesterday. In the circuit the Democratic primary of May 15, -
'We have Opera House totally de
stated
' our position in: tribunal: jurors for next week were and I will appreciate the support of For County Commissioner Dist. No. 1.
% no doctors. and if there were no such
i ii practically these words 'before but tIn stroyed. and all kinds of Feed
drawn
and one case was diSposedcompleted. L all democrats. .
The friends
death of C. F Zeek
thing as the undertakers would order that there Clauo-Spreckles: house and stables I announce
i may be no mistake .
r: be without a calling. Epidemics J. EL LONfl.I :. him as a candidate for county commis Stuffs.Pluto
; ref as to our reasons for advocating t. on Vanness avenue, badly t&maged; Circuit CourtThe .
l. quire the establishment of qua ran.v.I' the election of the men whom we. will have to be largely rebuilt. sioner from District No. 1, subjectto
following business candidate for of the
was transacted am a member
tines and of course these can not tie may decide to advocate we again: Mechanics' Library building, Post In the action of the Democratic primary
the circuit court lower house in the state
yeStera'siy:: legislature;
maintained without the employment state It.L&S street, slightly injured. of May 15.
Louis Bolez vs. J. A. Deane and L from Escamlbia county in the Demo-
t of physicians, guards and others. But I If the time for the primary ap). Crocker building, Market; and Post, Bell : WaterWholesale
Deane ejectment; on account cratic primary of May 15, and will appreciate For County Commissioner Dist. No.2.I .
it is certainly far more to the interest proa.ches.Interest in polities becomes slightly damaged. lof of
rule court plaintiff asked for a I the of all Democrats.
f. of the general public weal, that a fewl greater, and as there are only 'Lick House, walls and roof largely non-suit which request was granted. support CHAS. M. COSTON. hereby announce my candidacy for
? T men should even be kept out of employment thirty days left between this date and. caved in. The following Is the jury venire re-election to the office of county commissioner
.-; than that the health of the the date of the :first primary and as TJipham building, Pine and Battery for the third week of the from District No. 2, subjectto and Retail
present I
1 l entire people should be leopardized.I.. the questions to be solved at the approaching ,, totally destroyed loss ,550000. term: J. R. Henderson, E. Gaudy W. candidate hereby for announce the lower myself house of as the a the action of the (Democratic pri\
; The friends of yellow fever should I primary are of THE Fire house adjoining California S. Garfield, Ben D. Beers. Tom Delia- mary.
,.D therefore be fgnored, and a measure! GREATEST: IMPORTANCE t 0Fiorba : Hotel on Bush street; Chief Sullivan hunt, W. H. Fowler William Astor Florida of legislature subject to the action ,W. J. SENXOTT. New Orleans Grocery Ce.
the Democratic primary on
f and wife engine house,
; that will protect thecountry'shouldbepassed. we shall occupy a part ol f sleeping R. J. L. Edmundson, Ed. Carroll
15th. GEO. T. MORGAN.I .
the this severely bruised by ,bricks crashing May
space on page which belongs Thomas T. Cusachs, John C. Ward, I hereby announce my candidacy
i<< Whenever the yellow fever appears' to the P>>ople to discuss the through the roof from hotel. W. P. Jones. for county commissioner from District
v in this country, the first thing we do qualification of those Democrats, California Hotel,, upper' walls collapsed Municipal Court. House''of am a candidate, for member from of the ESt No.2. subject to the action of Jas. McHugh ,

Is to appeal to the national govern who are offering themselves as the and uipper :floors wreckvd. There was a small docket before Representatives the primary, of May 15th.
I ment for help. The people of the, people's servants. The bulking in course of construction Judge Laney in the Recorders court t cambia county subject to the Democratic JOHN A. MERRITT.For Phone 1O5. Proprietor

1"J j south have a right to demand protec: We think that Justice Charles B. to be occupied by the Hamman yesterday morning which consisted I Primary. I earnestly solicit -5

tion from the government against the: Parkhill and Justice James B. Whit-, baths will have to be rebuilt. The of only 10 cases, four of .which were the support JERRY of the J.voters SULLIVAN of the, JR.county County Commissioner Dist No. 3. :+++.. .................:
field, who are candidates to succeed walls are badly warped and twistedand r
t dreaded disease. We do not recognize found guilty, four continued ,and' two I hereby announce my candidacy for
the right of yellow fever to Invade! themselves on the Supreme bench, the roof has fallen in. It is located re-election
f. discharged. Fines amounted to .I to the office of
should: be again selected on Post street, near the Olympic L- $1 To. the (Democratic Voters of Escam- county commissioner 1
by the Democratic
the south. Its friends -
r. are the ene and costs. from District No. 3 !
bia County: subjectto F.; S. Mellon & Co
Club.
voters In the I
&;1, mies of this section. and wherever coming primary. the action of the Democratic Primary
;; of them These men have performed the exacting San Francisco Gas and Ccompany's At the request of many friends
\? any are found in public office DR. SWARTZ TO OFFICIATEAT of :May 15.
duties and have acquitted Post street plant, slightly; from the country and from the city I
t -and especially In congress-they TEMPLE BETH-EL SERVICES J, M. ANDREW'S.' : Handle Nothing :
should be at themselves of the high obligationsof damaged. hereby announce my candidacy ior
scourged
IfaSil once Into the .
their office honestly, faithfully jSt. Francis Hotel exterior slightly; Representative in the legislature at .
w private national life. I and welL No word of competent cracked, north seriously damaged. Dr. Jacob Swartz, of Cincinnati, the session 1907 subject to the actionof I hereby announce my candidacy t But tI
tf"
t The quarantine should I. who is a student of the Hebrew Un for County Commissioner from District
? -criticism has baen uttered against; Pacific Union Club, Post and the. Democratic primary May 15th, t
be. passed as soon as posHjle. Everday's these men. Fidelity In the 1scharge Stockton' streets, front damaged and ion College at Cincinnati is in Penf 1906, and I earnestly solicit the sup- No. 3. subject to the action of THE VERY BEST I
1 delay is an added danger. Congress sacola the guest of the the Democratic Primary of May 15.
of duty is rewarded in every walk of fissure in rear wall. port of the Democracy of Escambia
should act instanter. Temple Beth-El. W. A. SHELBY *
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l life. The merchant rewards hfe 6t. Dominic's church on Pierce county. 4 Of
LI TTJ* faithful employee, and the ]lawyer. advances street, total loss will have to' be Dr. Swartz is an applicant for the I favor liberal pensions for Confederate For County Commissioner Dist. No. 4.: .* 4*

't\ "Rescued On Brink of Dam" states!! his diligent clerk. The great pulled down. The parochial hov/e Is I position of Rabbi of the local He soldiers and their widows. I t
1{i a headline. This has been the experience : corporations bestow positions o! a partial wreck.. Estlmate l, loss to brew congregation to succeed Rabbi Uniform school terms, giving the hereby announce myself as a candidate L- Ev rything. i

of many men who have felt honor and trust on those who have the parish $300,000. Koch,who has acepted a position in country public schools the same for county commissioner from +

;p the business end of a tack with their! served them well and there is no The ornamental top on St. .Dun- Seattle. He will officiate at the. services length' term as the city schools.A ,District No ,4-subject to the action of I : -- "- 4

feet. Tampa Tribune. reason why Florida should not keep. stan's apartment house at Button in Temple Beth-El Fri4ay. evening L- unform: school book law, and the 'Democratic Primary May 15. I 4*

H.!: The sudden presence of a bit of flive the incentive to work hard and street and Vanned avenue fell Into and Saturday morning.A free books forthe: pupils of all public' : .'. H. C. CLOPTON. Clean, heavy clipped Whi:*> ,
faithfully in the minds of her public the street. delightful boat ride around the schools. I : Oats. 4
tt1 calico l Is the most effectual recuer in servants. The Concordia Cluft building on bay to Santa Rosa Island was giveu >An efficient law for the equalization'! The frienaSs of W P. Brownson : No. 2 White Corn, pure lir<.'!'i *

l! a newspaper office. IFustlce Parkhill fias been engaged Vanness avenue has several fissuresin yesterday afternoon in his honor. of taxes. hereby announce him as a candidatefor and Shorts. 4

hi the practice of law for. twenty: the side and rebuilding will be -, Good roads the"office of County Commissioner I- Chick Feed, consisting of -" 4
iff'ffl :jears. He has served as County Solicitor -. necessary. DON'T PUT OFF Yours specially from District No. 4, subject to the : articles for the rapid
Large Returns for Eacambia county. ,He was The Hotel Grenado, badly' damaged for tomorrow what you can do today.If .- respectfully M. JACOBY., action of the Democratic Primary of healthy growth of the n*w. *

1 appointed' Juc&e.of\ the First Circuit ; stone coping about roof fall. :you put off buying a bottle of Bal-] -' May 15th 1906. hatched. J
at Small Expense. of : ; For Justice ;2- Wheat and Mixed Feed fo:
and District
Florida was elected for the -- lard's Snow Liniment when that pain ___ Peace No.
For Commissioner
County Dist. No 5.I i
IT It takes less courage nowadays DR:4 six-year' term to that offiea about NEW YORK INSURANCEMEN comes you won't have any buy a hot I hereby announce myself as a the hen. j
nine months ago. Shortly after his tle today. A positive cure for Rheumatism hereby announce my candidacy for' Condition Powders for horse,
"discharge the cook" than ARE BEWILDERED; candidate for the office of Justice of
: it
: required election he was offered the appointment Burns, Cuts. Sprains, Contracted the Peace, District No. 2 subject to re-election to the office of county commissioner cow and poultry. 4

KMSrff:' before the advent of "the want ad.I.t to a vacancy on the Supreme New York. April' :19.-Never was Mucles; etc. T. S. Graham th3 action of the Democratic pri from District No. 5, subjectto : Conkey's Celebrated Poultr. 4

..9; way" of getting a new one. h nch., This opportunity of advance the New York 'underwriters so bewildered Prairie Grove Ark., writes: mary May 15th, and would respect the action of the Democratic Primary 1- I Remedies, roupe, cure caol -a $

!.-f. himself and to satisfy his ambitionto as to their probable loss I in "I wish to' thank you for the good' fully ask the support of the honor of May. 15. cure, gape cure and lice k lie- *

The man, who sat opposite to yon go higher! In the service of the, a catastrophe as yesterday, when results I received from Snow Liniment I. able vote of the good citizens Pen J. R.. STEWARD.S i If you live in town telephon :

i1 in the car today wants to buy a house I State appealed to him so strongly they tried to estiniate the magnitudeof It positively cured me of Rheumatism sacola and cambia county. us. 4
and was looking over the real estate I' that he accepted the appointment although their liability for the California after others had failed Sold ': Very respectfully, :Board' Public \Instruct ion.I If in neighboring' towns WIt'! *

"I h,9,; ,knew that the enure of the (earthquake. Several conservative by, all druggists. J. L B LL. I, I will fee Jt) candidate for membership 4tous. 4
ads. for the third or fourth time. Was .
new office could not exceed eighteen
underwriters agreed that the property in the Board of Public Instruction
your ad. there for his inspection? months which was NEARLY FIVE. value of tha f KNIGHT TEMPLARS i i -
collapse ana1 HONOR t I hereby announce my candidacyfor from District No., 1, in the, primary
,
;: YEAJRS LEES than the office to areas will probably aggregate $I0C,- VISITING OFFICIALS the office of Justice of the Peace election. I |
'1' I 'A "Wanted-To Purchase" advertisement which he was ,elected., 000,000.
for the Second District of Escambia WM. E.ANDERSON. F. S. M'cLLEN & CO.
will the The custom of the democratic party A comparison with the Baltimore to the
usually do work of The Coeur de Leon Commander( County, subject Democratic
;: a. ,half dozen detectives for: you-finding officeholders to give two the terms fitness to of faithful Justice!, fire of 1904 was. instantly drawn I in[ Knight Templars tendered an inform: Primary to be held May 15th, 1906. I I will be candidate for membership : i Phone 334. J
insurance circles. In that conflagration al R. L. NICHEISEN.'I in the Board ofPnbllc'
the banquest at the Southern Hotel t Instrucj -
one man in the city who has Parkhill for the
position he --
k now $70,000,000 worth of property last tion from PJsTricT W. Z.IIi -
evening to Grand Commander j the pr I- i Fla. t
holdu both Pensacola
n what you are looking for. indicate THAT HE: was destroy and the loss' which! ,
SHOULD BE James Connell of Ormond, Fla., aatf hereby anounce myself a candidate [, mary election-. -
GIVEN ANOTHERTERil. : eventually! fell upon the- insurance Captain General Cushman of Gaines for the office of Justice of the t- H. G. DeSILVA. : 4

Reasonable ,jecrecy about' your own: of. Florida. We will trust that the electors companies was approximately $3 I.-I ville Fla., who are on special visitation : Peace for District No. 2, subject to ..........................

Jro affairs Is all right-tout don't keep an: hill. return Justice Par- k- 000,000. here. Covers was laid for,thlp- the action of the Democratic Primary. I will be a candidate for membership -__ ---

liijl: aching tooth a secret ,from .the denml Justice Whitfield has given Between that disaster and :yesterday's ty-two and a very pleasant eyeuing .May' 15th. in the Board of Public Instruction election.

many there was the one great differ- "as spent by those presnt. J. D. GOSS. from District f No. '-J/'in the, primary .., :.V. M. AGBRTO.N.




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THE. PEN'S iA C O' L A JOURNAL,. FRl-DAY MORNING I APRIL 20, '1906 PAGE FIVE ,
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PEOPLEAND DEMONSTRATIONof r M [ED I ICAL l ASS'''Nl N [i: Thousands ARE MADE' WELL_of AND Women STRONG GRAND l LODGE f Of WoIWs Is can to be love completely children, happy and no -home without .1 :



Heinz Productsat ; Success of Lydia E.'Pinkham'i Vegetable them, yet the ordeal through

[ELECTS l[ T .NEW Compound Rests Upon the Fact that it ODD which the. expectant mother

EVEVTSBy Really Does Make Sick Women Well. FELLOWSADJOURNS must pass usually is so full of suffering,

Nature danger and fear that she looks forward
i Wm. Thousands thousands of American -
upon
Johnson 6 Sons .
E. NELLIE BECK I Ii women have been restored to to ,the critical hour with apprehension

I OFFICERS[ health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable and dread. Mother's Friend, by its
BIG U pene
DEPT. STORE TODAY, Compound. Their letters are on file N
I in Mrs. Pinkham's office,and prove this trating and soothing properties, allays nausea, nervousness, and

ISTINGUISHED MASONS statement'to be a fact and not a mere all unpleasant feelings, and so prepares the system for the

ARE AMONG THE I FRIDAY boast. in eed is the (Continued from Fire Page). ordeal that she passes throughthe

VISITING ODD FELLOWS.Three ., Dr. Kennedy of this City Chosen Overshadowing this great medicine.and comparedwith successof work himself up from 'the bottom and event safely and with but

members attending the Grand i it all other medicines and treat not at the top, as a member' of the
lodge here are also members of the Be sure to drop in and sample Yice-PresidenHo Meet at ment for women are experiments. grand lodge. The address was pleas- little-suffering, as numbers have Molher9s:

Grand chapter of The Eastern Star !I i the goods such as Soup: Baked Why has Lydia
and Wilt i! all go to the Grand Chapter I I Beans, Relish, Apple Butter, Tampa in 1907. table Compound ,'accomplished,, such ing.A telegram was received from Vic its in $1.00
!ia St. Augustine, May 1, of which Preserves \and Vi>legar. We I \.idespread results far good? tor Lodge No 3, expressing regret weight gold. per

Mrs Sylvester,Weeks of this city is handle the entire line of these I Why has it lived and thrived and that the body was not represented at bottle of druggists. Book containing

associate Grand Matron.: products.ROSENAU&GERELDS., III done its glorious work for a quarter ofa the Grand Lodge session. valuable information mailed free. fr-Iend
Thy are, }Jr. James Carnell Past Soecial to:: The Journal. century? Resolutions of Sympathy.
Grand Patron, of Ormond: Mr Robert I Gainesville, April 19.-Tampa was Simply and surely because of its sterling John G. Ells, a delegate from the THE BRADFIELD 'REGULATOR CO.. Atlanta. Ga.
H. Padgett Grand1 Patron, of worth. The reason no other med-
selected as the next place of meet- Milton lodge was found dead in his
Ciear*'ater; and, Mrs. Conrad of De icine has even approached its successis bed yesterday morning. The follow-
inbr the Florida Medical Association plainly and positively because there :
Land. ing resolutions framed by Past Grand
--+- now in session here, and the is no other medicine in the world so Master
The Fancy Grocers for women's ills. George S. Hallmark were
QUIET WEDDINGAT meeting will be held during April good The wonderful power of Lydia E. adopted by the grand lodge: .1! <

THE MANSE. Phone 391. Pensacola. 1907. The following officers were Pinkham's Vegetable Compound over Whereas, The grim destroyer has 1
!
elected the diseases ef womankind is not be- enterred the home of Brother John G.0
There was a quiet wedding at The
Manse Thursday at high noon, .MdDearmid, of DeLand, president; cause it is a stimulant-not because it is Ellis of Milton Lodge No. 37, an upright -0I SONEINCORPORATED

Rev. Julian S. Sibley, pastor of the Dr. Lawrence 06 Tampa, first vice- a palliative, but simply because it is man, and removed him from this I WM1 JOHNSON &

First Presbyterian church reading Child.'ren'sParty' president; Dr. S. R. Mallory Kennedy, the most wonderful tonic.and recon- earthly tabernacle. Be it
:
the marriage service that united :Miss of Pensacola, second vice-president; I structor ever discovered to act directly ,Resolved That this Grand Lodge
Mlnirie! Newell daughter of :Mr and Dr. Dell, of Gainesville, third vice- upon the female system, positively tender sympathy to his family, in this
Mrs Thomas Newell of Brent, Fla., president; Dr.J.. D. Ferndinez, ofl, CURIXQ disease and displacements and hour of their great tribulation, and [ !

and Mr. Harry A. Jung of Chicago.The Gainesville, secretary and treasurer restoring health and vigor. bid them look to Him who doeth all
'bride was gowned in a becoming Dr.Jos. Y. Porter was elected delegateto Marvelous cures are reported from things well for that consolation! which:
suit. Only the the American Medical Association, all parts of the country by women who the world can neither give nor take
pearl gray parentsof Friday April 20 4 p. m. and Drs. have been cured, trained nurses who away. Be it further
the bride who came here from Hodges and Pierpont were and Tease.Are
have witnessed Ii
cures physicianswho
Tetley's
chosen alternates. Resolved, That these resolutionsbe
Chicago several years ago, and a have recognized the virtue in
young lady friend accompanied It was decided that the association Compound .printed in our proceed:ngs. .
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
ta m. AT LIBRARY HULL shall visit Havana in a body at the fair Closing Scenes.
f and are enough to give
Mr. anoJ' :Mrs. Jung will visit tier For benefit of Book fund. There i close of the Tampa meeting in 1907.A credit where it is due. If physiciansdared The 1906 session of the Grand Lodge! Served Free By An Expert
parents for a while then visit his will be brilliant reception was tendered to be frank and open, hundredsof passed Into history last night when te
father near Mobile, before leaving Admission dancing, skating, and 'games. the sUing physicians! tonight. them would acknowledge that they the reception and ball given in honorof .
about May 1 to reside in Chicago. 10 cents. Refreshments. constantly prescribe Lydia E. Pink- the visiting delegates, their wives I In Annex.

--i-- ham's Vegetable Compound in severe sons and daughters and members cf ./
COME IN AND TAKE A CUP
Paymaster John S. Higgins, U. S. SUMMARY Of cases of,female ills, as they know by the Rebekah was over. f&
N.. and Mrs. Higgins leave tonightfor experience that it will effect a cure. All those who attended the Grand

San Antonia, Tex;, to witness the 1- OLIVE THE WEAFHER Women who are troubled-with pain- Lodge meeting! were loud In their EITHER HOT OR ICED.
"Battle of Flower: the sham battleto II ful or irregular periods, backache, praise of the courtesies extended them

commemorate the victory of San bloating (flatulence, )! weakness, displacements while in Pensacola and had naughtbut Note-In brewing TETLEY'S TEAS J;,
inflammation, ulceration, good wishes
for the city and its
Alamo, on a few days leave. While The maximum temperature yester-
that "bearing-down" feeling, dizziness people. greater care is needed than for ordinarytea
m San Antonia they will be guestsof dayday was 73 degrees at 2:45: p. m. p
faintness, indigestion, nervous
Col. and Mrs.: C. C. Gibbs parents Special to The Journal and minimum 58 degrees att2 a. m.. prostration or the blues should take Regulates the bowels, promotes as the rich quality requires a smaller l

ni Mrs. Higgins. Olive, April 19.-Mr. and :Mrs. Marvin Observer Reed in his summary of immediate action to ward off the serious natural movements cures constipation : easy-. e quantity-a teaspoonful to three cups is '
I,the weather yesterday said '
Merritt gave an Easter egg hunt : consequences, and be restored to --Dean's ReSulets. I
Ask your druggist We invite all
Mrs. R. C. Smith of Minneapolis at their home near Olive .last Saturday "A slight depression from South health and strength by taking Lydia E. for them. 25 cents a box. suggested. cordially you to &

Minn., who has spent the winter with nfght It was well attended and Dakota has moved to Lake Superior; Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Anyway come to THE BIG STORE and try a cup
sister Mrs. T. F. McGourin, has it has caused rain in Minnesota and write to Mrs. Pinkham, Lynn,
her I all seemed to have a nice time. Those: WHEN YOU WANT A SHIRT. G of Tetley's Celebrated Teas. Remember tfe
home to the regret of her Pen follows Misses light rain in fatting in upper Michigan :Mass., for advice. It's free and always ,
gone present were as : TO WATSON-
I rain is PARKER & REESE.AS it is served free either hot
>tacola friends. Maudie Claude! and Lavutis Jerni- ; also falling in extreme helpful. THEY HAVE THE BEST THAT or iced. No

4Mr. I gan, Miss Ola and Maud Majors, Miss northern southeastern Texas resulting from the MONEY CAN BUY FOR: 50c, 75c AN_ drink known is more refreshing and more
and Mrs. James Markel, a Harriett Beal, Miss Ada, Georgia and depress'on; elsewherethe 100.
weather has soothing than Joseph Tetley & Co/s Celebrated fe
remained -
fair. There
harming couple who spent Easter Mozell Harper, Miss Lizzie Merritt, .
with Pensacola friends, were called Miss Alice Goodaae; Messrs. Walker are evidences of other moderate disturbances .- Teas.
away unexpectedly by the illness of Gerdan and Edker Clark, Mr. Levy north of Montana and sout': : [F MCDAVIDSpecial a' tTHE

their son at his home "MarmadukeTowers" and Eddie Creighton, Mr. Robert, of Florida. A ridge of high pressure'' CENTURY I
on the shores of Ontario. Richard and Grady Merritt, Mr. Geo. extends across the country from the
They had greatly desired to be present 5Ir. North Pacific to the South Atlantic
Parizene, Mr. Arthur Degrapa, STOREJLl t t'tt
on Memorial Day as the father of John and Charlie McCann, :Mr. Alex states. Temperatures have fallen ,to The Journal. I BIG

Mrs Markel was killed in the siegeof Creighton: Mr. Charlie Wheat, Mr. from Wyoming to Lake Superior and McDavid, April .-After spendinga Special t0 The Journal. =

Corinth and lies among" the many Edward Goodhue, Mr. Wallace, Jones, risen considerably in'northern Montana few,days with! relatives here Mr: R. Century, April 19.We are enjoy:

Confedera'e "unknown. Mr. Joseph McKinnon Mr. Ned Rob- and from Arkansas northeast L. Archer and little son, Cody, returned ing the. glorious spring weather and 7&n7irn7&n t 'n
0Mr erson, Mr. Will Paggett, :Mr. Will and ward into the St. Lawrence Valley. to their home in Atmore tbday. feasting on berries and early vege-
,
and Mrs. John T. Carter of Jim Smith,' Mt; Rupho Bryars, Master Light frost was observed again this Mrs. Mays entertained a crowd of tables. With the bright skies, the

Alvord Tex., and Mrs. Carter's sister Joseph' Harper;.Mr. Telephals Ma- morning In western North Carolina.. young people at her home Tuesday green woods and peace and content -----,-----
Miss Blanch Hobson of Roosevelt, jors and others. After the egg hunt "Light to fresh east winds will'con. evening.Rev. what more can we ask? i

Oklahoma, who are now visiting his all were Invited' into the din'ng room tinue over western Florida where the N. Baggett was In Pensacolaon Mrs. W. M. Freere, who has been i
mother in Repton, Ala., are expecteaIn where delicious, refreshments were weather will remain far! tonight and business yesterday. spending the winter with her brother

a few -days--on' a,visit to his sister served. :Miss Lizzie Merritt and Mr. be .partly cloudy on 'Fj 1day" .. IMr. Geo. Bonifay is spending the' Mr., Frank Hecker, left for Detroit I

Mrs. T. J. Butler. Auther Degraph...received: the presentsfor week at' his home in Pensacola. II' Mich.' Monday en route to her homein
GOOD JUDGMENTis New York.
finding the largest.number of eggs. /Mrs. L. C. Brewton made a flying
Miss Lurline Butler left yesterday Mr. Robert Merritt won the prize for the essential characteristic of men trip to Bluff Springs last Friday. I Mrs Sheehan is spending the week

to visit her aunt in Century. the coin guess which: was a beautiful and women. Invaluable to good business Mrs. Fauver, of Flomaton( is here out among .the softly soughing jines.
men and necessary to house Mrs.' Gloyer entertained Saturday
-+- cake decorated with a beautiful rose on business. this week.
wives. A woman shows night in honor of her
sister
:Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hahn leave to and leaves and lined inside with cot. good judg Mrs. M. 0. Baggett went to Ever. Mrs.
ment when she buys White's Cream Winniette, who is to return to her 51OAo25cc1TORE
day noon for St. Louis, accompanying green, Ala., yesterday where she will
home New
ton.Mrs. Vermifuge for her baby.. The- best in York soon.
Mr. Hahn's sister. Mrs. Burkey Bell Creighton carried her lit- spend several days with her sister,
medicine ever offered to moth- Mrs. Hattle Perkins, who has been
worm
that far on her way home to Salida, tle niece, Maudie Johnson, to Pensa- Mrs. Roberson.:
ers. Many indeed are the ill is now convalescent, we are gladto
sensible
Colo. cola Monday last, where she received Mr. Willie Fischer, of Pensacola 10th ANNIVERSARY SALE SPECIALS
i mothers, who write : their say.
express'nj
medical attention. The little\ one has out on a visit to friends and relatives. 'Mrand' Mrs.
gratitude for the good health of their Barwick were made
Mrs. Rees 1 Is visiting her sister been suffering for some time with the 'Mr. J. C. Brewton, of Mobile, is vis- the
happy by arrival of
children, which they owe to the use of a dainty little FRIDAY 8:30: A. M.Kress'
Mrs.{ A. E. Zebus for a few weeks fever. We wish her an early recov White's Cream Vermifuge.' Sold iting homefolks here. daughter, Saturday. Congratulations. .
before going to Canada as usual for by Mrs. 0. K. Bowman and Miss Etta .
ery.Mr. all druggists. ;
the summer. James (Majors; 'of McDavld, Bowman went to Century Thursdaylast A few young people had an impromptu Famous Enamelware Sale,

+ spent several days with homefolks dance at the Club: Saturday
(Mr. Henry Needham. returned yesterday last week returning to his work Sat- The Ladies' Aid Society again met night. 25 cents.

from Florala. urday night. with Mrs. L. C. Brewton yesterday af LittleMiss Lettie Jones, who has Values Up to $1,0.3P.M. .
+ Mrs. Nettie Brewton, of Wiggins, ternoon. been quite ill is now rapialy improving

'Mrs. B. S. Bernard and son Miss.: Is expected home the last part Miss Leona ,Lanton, of Flomaton, .
Marean returned yesterday from an of this month. ) who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Dr. Chas. Codding and son of Du

extended visit to her parents Dr. and Miss Yeity, the assistant teacher at Fox River M. Bowman, was the guest of Miss luth, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Steel Hand Saws
Sirs. Marean in Ocala. the Ferry Pass school is suffering I Maggie: Brewton yesterday. She returned -Millen.' Special ,

from a rising on her neck. "We wish home today. ,Mrs. Roettger, who has been quite 25 cents.
Don't wait! You'll like Blue Ribbon her an early recovery. I !Mrs.' Allle Caro has returned to her 111 is now convalescent. Little Miss

Lemon or Vanilla better. Absolutely Misses Ninnon Escambia and May. home in Pensacola, after spending a Roettger is a model of every femi- Sold everywhere for 125.

pure, goes twice as far as other Jones and ''Miss Harriett Beal were Clover Hill few days with her parents, Mr. and: nine virtue, so think her grandmaand
kinds and the flavor is perfection. the guests, of Miss L'!zzie. Merntt Sunday I. Mrs. J. A. McDavid.' grandpa Cuyler, also others who P. M.
last. t' Mr, J. E. Hogefooom, The Journal's Lave been so fortunate as to have I SPECIAL

Miss Ida Wilson from Pensacola,i I i representative, was here Tuesday and tn audience granted.Mr. HARDWAREImported

'was, the guest of her parents Sunday', I I Wednesday.Miss Ramey Is in Birmingham fora I Hunting Knives, Jack Knives, Buck Saws, Coffee
'I Carrie Brewton Is the guest few days ,
Mills I etc.
ExcursionBy last.Mr.. J. H. Davis is on the sick list ButterReduce of her cousin, Miss Leila Ba'gett of 'Miss Ray and Miss Culbertson

Bay Mr and Mrs.: J. J, Coley! and family !- North McDavid.CANDIDtTES. spent Sunday in Mobile. They reporta 10 to 25 cents.
most enjoyable day and brought
the guests of Mr.
were and Mn.
back handfuls of beautiful japonicas Worth Up to 75c.
Richard Powell of 'Goulding on Sun
the Knights of Columbusfor day last. ARE flora the old home of Mrs. Augusta

the benefit of their building I Wilson Evans: The property con KRESS.' WINDOYLWt
I.WATCH
sisting of thirty-five acres of land is
fund.Thursday. An Art Exhibition. j STILL COMINGTHREE to be lat,:i J off in lots real soonPreparation .
Mr. Chas. E. Crispin repres ata-
made.
is being
26on tive of the well known Berlin Photograph now _.. ------ --
April -- ----: ------ -----
Dr. J. P. Dey, who had the misfortune --
Company, of Berlin, Paris, '
to break his right arm sometime
steamer ')Monarch, leaving London, and New York has on exhibition to MORE ANNOUNCE FOR in, eaaaaaaaaaaaa aaaaa2ea2aa
is doing nicely
since RGZNew
I very
Palafox wharf at 7 o'clockp. at Hotel Escambia choice se II
of this "firms 'unrivaled I ,' COUNTY OFFICES, SUBJECT TO ,
m.FARE lection reproductions deed.Miss
who
t Josephine JelMson, was
of the world's great mas PRIMARY; ELECTION quite sick a few days ago, is entirely -
50 CENTS terpieces.! recovered. II Arrivals m mm
'
These pictures will be on view & I Three candidates announce for of-. airs. Matthewson, wIfe of Rev. :Mr

day, Friday 20th and to-morrow, i fico this mornin1; and it is believed. Matthew son, -fs" visiting her many
21th. No real lover of true 30
Saturday I Cents i that they w'li ,about complete the list ff'ends' hers;. fj
and classic art should fail to take
A Glass 'vantage'of the opportunity hereby J I of announcements. m Wash Suits flifj
of C. F. Zeek for Commissioner.
afforded of becoming acquainted at ryhildren's
these i C. F. Zeek is announced; by h's NO WORDS_ WASTED
with
short range superb reproductions
'
i trends: as a can: date for county com
all
Soda, or a which are conceded by I mJfcsioaer to succeed Commissioner A. Swift Transformation Briefly Fet
the Per
critics to ,best express concep- PoundApril Described.About .
M. Avery in District No, 1, it being
Plate of OurMatchless tion conveyed to, the, beholder of the understood that Mr.. Avery wll not t food, the following brief but ;
original canvas. letter from a Georgia l !'
fn-pjiatlc White Duck
be a candidate for re-election. Mr. i! White Pique
to the and
: -ie-"sfaTS3t point
w ; ; ,
blood runs down-makes Beginning Monday Zeek ?fs one of the most! progrcs'iveaad : t-WI ,
Impre you I., ''C'01lvinrln' w*
: bus ness men in t >
you an easy victim .for..organic d's- promnent -- "Myfreot'eat attacks of nd1'J!' I
and it wo'iH be difficult to select t and Fancy Cheviots
Burdock Blood Bitters fie3 city IirJ
eases. pur lion and'ra'citation of the heart cul I
thecause Guilds. 16th :'. 9f better man far: the po-i ion. .
Ice Cream the blood-cures you I Commissioner Sennott CandidateComnf "InatPd 3 Pars ago In a sudden and OfU(
iFne'S: from which I aro=e;
up. desperate"
ssioner. W.: J, Sennott Is a, (
will cool,you off and make candidate for re-elect on from t1 t*tr'c:, en'psWed' in mind and body. Th: Buster and Sailor Styles inN
Vym. Johnson & Son. doctor advised me to I've on cereals, 13 In Brown
comfortable the tJ No.2, his: opponent ia the district; t

you Tetleys' Teas: served free (in an ,, :: F but mono of them a reM with me un
warmest day-sure cure nex) by an expert. Either hot or : being John A. Merritt Mr. Sennott ia I, t'l'I tried Ginse-Nats food and Pose NfU

for the worst case of iced. Cal} at the Big Slpre and trya -: tow serving his second ,term on thboard turn I Coff'??: The more I used 01 c ,. sizes 3 to 8. N .
cup. There.is.flavor, fragrance and bens! ; the only one of the 'bo'dthst I thftm the more I felt convinced thai :
blues. Phone us an'or. strength in Tetley'sTeas! ,: : was re elected two years ago. He, they wer just what I needed:: an tt irJ( N

der for some of your has always been active !n look!ng after in a short time they made a differenl' Ranging in Prices from $1.25 to $2.50 ;
Sunday's dinner. HOSIERY! HOSIERYI! HOSIERY the work connected wi'h' h's ofacand e I i woman of me. My stomach ani
LARGEST AND-MOST COMPLETELINE Sol Cahn & Co he stands for re-election upon toe :' heart troubles were cured as by mag

OF MEN'S HOSIERY TO BE record. he has made there.J. and- ray-.nun* was restored and is 9''N N
FOUND AT WATSON PARKER & Lomax B-\\I.I.J. lie. clear a!; !U ever was. N
,. REESE'S DEPARTMENT STORE, AT 'The Pure Food Store Lomax Bell: announces that he Is II "i gained flesh and strength
THAT'WILL INDUCE YOU and candidate for justice of the peace! that pry friends were amFe
PRICES Southwest Corner Palafox Intendenciar
I rapidly
Kandy Kitchen Cafe TO BUY. to succeed Judge Landrum. He has:!Iched. Poatum and Grape.Nuts Parker & Reese
teen actively) at work for some timE. benefited me so. greatly that I :: Watson

ELEGANT LINE MENUS' LOW Phones { 8. canvassing the voters and it is qoitevident e! glad to bear ,this testimony/* Nam ,

104 S.Palafox.. Phone'999 SHOES JUST RECEIVED' BY WAT-- that.. is! opponents will han! given by..Ppstum! .Co=, Battle Creek' w Afeaaaaaaaaaaaa

SON, PARKER &' REESE THE l tp do some tall hustling keep out oi f t ilich. 2ce2 22 a aa

CELEBRATED RALSTON MAKE. =- his way. There's( a jeason.







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e hi ,ii is r Better to: Be__ j A. BUSINESSLOT FOR SALE CHOICE'$1700.00For BARGAINS. _HOOTOM_ _& WATSON.




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quick sale, we are off ring two
Successors to Thai. C. Wtn1c).
neat little cottages, fronting the taj
; 'i fronting 125 feet on Garden, corner Ten very:, desirable lots, and 3 lots at Fisherville. Its cheap.(

i Safe Than Sorry"! S:!Tarragona at ,....000.00. Block 92 of the' New City 5000.00 | Leading Real, Estate, ,Rental and Insurance Agency

; Wooafen!' buildings now on the Tract, intersection Jackson. Elegant' little home on Garden St.,
Y J I property rent for $50.00 per month. close in lot 50x240. .Let us show you' i \
1- street and -
y : : There Is good money in this. 16th avenue; over- this. I. .
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) 'When you buy real estate you should know. that the title lookingthe bay, beautiful l HAVE YOU PROPERTY ANY Bargains in Real Estate in all parts of the

t,t is clear. : LESLIE E. BROOKS lots forresidences. WHERE TO SELL? I II "city. .
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l""f ;:,. .:. Phone 462 .Fisher Building Seven lots Block 55, Belmont MONEY'TO LOAN. I A '-.>,/ ,

Get Your Abstract From Us. I Tract; lots in this Block FIRE, BOND AND ACCIDENT IN! Stores_arid Dwellings for rent.

SURANCE.
:"'t-1'; HfcLP WAITED selling at $700.: Loans made at current rates of interest on

L I;;"1 t Six houses North Alcaniz improved or unimproved
.l. S. BROWN & CO. property.
t We can give you perfect albstract of any piece of realty
4: ;: in Escambia for the past one hundred and twenty-five WANTED first-class cook. White Street, good investment, will / .

)!,o year"Pensacola : or colored. Apply' 222 W. Government net 10 cent. 201 Th isen Building. Insurance placed in fifteen leading American
( ; i St. 20apr per .
1:;;. p.t" : and.foreign companies.
.' ;_ I W.A1."ITEIDAgood cook.- Apply- to- For particulars apply to "WE SELL LOTS"SPECIAL

:. Mrs.Carter, at the Navy Yard. :, We respectfully solicit your patronage. '

I Investment Company 18aprlw- BARGAIN Our rental department: given especial atten-

WANTED-Carpenters. Apply to J.. McDavid-Hyer Company, tion.,. Call and see our list. -

A. H. D'JILEIHBERTE, City Manager. Willock corner Palafox.and- Gonzalez Agents New York
FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY- -
; Sts. 18apr3t Life -
L-.ff. W. B. KKOWLES, President. R. B. SIMPSON Sscratary. 8 Insurance Company. .
E. Government Street.
1 c J.L STILLMAN V..Prej. !WANTED-A A first-class stenographerat I
: 1 and Gen. Manager. KNOWLES HYER, Treasurer.Rael Phone 7CO. Pensacola, Fla. ,
:, once. Apply to Hooton. & Wat. 53 vacant lots that are cheap at $100:'

l Estate, Loans, General Investments son. 17apr per lot.: Ten 3 ,and 4 room houses:; HOOTON & WATSON ;

Street i ,Wanted43W that would be great bargains at $600
215 South Paiafox Pensacola Florida. :
t WANTED---Salesman of expert' .
long '4-
each. We will sell the entire lot for.
eace wishes a connection with a firstSclass ; WANTED-Position as stenographeror $9000'.if: taken at once. This is the : PHONE: 54. 34 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.

t".;.. 1 _:::= I' grocery firm in Pensacola., For for any kind of clerical work by cheapest property that will ever be,
';(14. : West Florida. Can carry established lady of experience. Can furnish best offered here. Ls--
'. i I business with me. W1H\ ''be open May- of references. Address C. C. M. j I
;. 1 ,...,. TOA care i Corner lot on E. Zarra'gossa St with I
r. T'l 1st. "Georgia, care Journal. Journal. 15apr2w 3 room house;. this is'a bargain only -

:\ J I 14apr2w* I WANTED-To buy old gold and silver offered. once in a life time. I p.> "....-,

; J ONE .MAN'S LOSS IS broken up stuff regardless of 440 E._ Main St., 4 room kitchen
t WANTED: First-class cook at once.I II CLERGYMAN AND INSURANCE MEN
t sizes. Cash paid. Ligntman & Klein, and large hall cheap.
I 240 Garden. ,
I ANOTHER ,I Wv. llapr 106 E. Wright 'Phone' 1127. The finest place for a fruit and vegetable both working for the benefit of humanity, preach to people year in and

; ':1 MAN'S GAIN r! [WANTED-A good'all-round printer, WANTED.A. R. Bingham want? 160! acres farm in a West 4' room Florda house; contains'large i year out to induce them to do what they should do without preaching.

i t 11 I This is Your Opportunity to :!ing capable and ,experienced of doing first-class newspaper job print- antees your moving all breakage.and'hauling.Phone He 630.gusi. barn and other out houses; 500 pear(' WHY NOT DO THE RIGHT THING

trees; .25.:pr:30 pecans and numerous and protect yourself and family by insuring with the
: I Buy a Beautiful Home. work. Must be absolutely sober; no WANTED-We'want your orders for .other fruits. I

drinking man need apply. Cook & 1907 Art Calendars.. Over 300) original 40 acre farm and house and barn
M I Modern 5 room and hall cottage with large lot'near car line on East ,! Hutchison Chipley, Fla. 7aprlm designs to select- from. All well worth $1200 close out at $600. American Life Insurance Company

t Hill.. .. . ................. .. .. ... ... ........$1100.00 prices. Mayeg Printing Co.'Pensaco The finest. turpentine; business in1

(:: Beautiful cottage on East Hill with all modern improvements with la. 16feb. West Florida; it has to be seen to be1 Only'Legal Reserve Company Organized in Florida.
ii. a quarter of a block of land-a bargain at.. .... .. .,$4300.00 WANTED appreciated. Will take' pleasure in';'
1 An ideal home on East H'.ll: with three large lots for......$2500.00 .. WANTED.-Electric. work of all kind. showing this to one interested. Capital Stock, $$500,000. Policies FrOm$59 to $lOcOO.
any
UutJLru-uVVuWUu'J-umn .r Ju4 A
A modern cottage with city water and one vacant lot, a ''bar Let ua-ciean your,fans reair;:: \"our Pensacola Office: Brosnaham

Jt'I' : gain.. .,.. .. .. ............. ... ... ... .. .. .......$ 625.00 I WANTED TO RENT Small cottage. dynamo do jour ',,"irtn;. etc. Paona, .. Building
i Pensacola Eleculj Co. --'- "-.J n\: .. _,,,
GILT EDGE FIRST-CLASS. INVESTMENT.. Must be close in and cheap. Ad.J570.! 205 S. = ;tI

dress with full particulars, 99$, care i:, Baylen.WANTED.. I
Two houses Nos. 522 and 526 East Romana St., rent for $8.00 a month Journal :i ". T. CRAWFORD

f;. for immediate sale at........ .... .... ... ... .. ..$ 625.00 i ISaprPANAMAS .-All kinds of electrical HOTELS. For Sals. !
}:;;:ci New House No.' 315 Salamanca SL rents for $8.50 a month I cieanr work. I sell all kinds of electrical 315y2south Palafox Street. 14W.W 1WUfl t, i
at .. .. Let us your Panama -batteries and other"electrical supplies.
1 Three 'new houses 'Vt S GOT S '. i :. $800.00 I I and straws. Hats cleaned blocked When you, need me'ring 345 or 955. FEEiRBLL lOTEL-Sneads', Florida. FARM FOR SALE-SO acres, locatedat

$2350 month on for. .. ...ernment.. .. St.. near. Coyle rent for '' and rebanded by expert workma'n.Leave E. W. Peaks new Star Laundry build. Rates $2.00 per day. Nice rooms, Cottage Hill on railroad; all -nce-i
a .. .......$2600.00 Board and Rooms.
I 'p. hats at Fredericksen Tailor lug E.j Garden. 15dac.NEWUPRIGHTPIANO good beds, table the test J. M. Fer-. in and with large house, barns, outhouses i
Cottage at 517 East Chase St., for '
rents
$6.00 a month for.,$ 475.00 "'"
Shop 34 S. Palafox St Special attention rell Prop. ITapr etc. Creek runs through the
l':;t- All lots in Maxent West to exchange
Tract of
"C"
.; street now for sale. .
ROO CHEAP-Furnished and 4
to mail orders. land or 5 springs also!
,, or Unfurnished are on
-- AU property listed with us advertised free of cost to owners. -for lot* on East Hill. Address P. HOTEL VERNON-Rates $2 per day._
suitable for light housekeeping the land. Plenty shade trees and apple -
0. Box ?07.
SOmar Special rate by week. Special attention
r ; THE COLLECTION OF RENTS A SPECIALTY ;i i WANTED Will invest $1000 -to $3000 .- On the Hill location high to traveling men. Free same: pecan peach and plum trees
I I !
f I with services in some ligitimate 0 and healthy. Close to car line. Apply ,Good soil; also have a lo: "f fine !breed
THE FISHER ,' and respectable business. Give par. Miscellaneous 314 E. Strong. Phone 1213. .1' pie room. :Mrs. J. P. Mauldin Prop.,| !(chickens ducks hogs goats, nea
1 REAl ESTATE AGENCY loapr. ;
ticulars. M., 42. care The Journal .. ISaprlm II i fowls pigeons geese and tuu'>- ot
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206 SOUTH PALAFOXST. PHONE 87INVESIMENIPROPERTIES 12apr3w PIANO TUNING will be in the 1 I HOTEL SOUTHERN-open all the ;all kinds. Reasonfor selling i ia Lbat 1
'i 1 city for a week or ten days. Sena' TWO IJARGE UNFURNISHED rooms, year. American and European plan.!I ;have no one to manage place A great
-T- I WANTED ull'g country printer me your orders by phone 802 two with privilege of light housekeep-I Special summer rates. First-class in)' bargan: either as an investment or

wants a position in newspaper or rings. J. Conrad Scott 11th street lug use of phone and bath. Near I i every respect. Pleasant and conven-1:' for party looking for a good farm on

job office in Florida or Alabama. .Has. and 15th avenue. Aprl9-lw East Hill bath house and four blocks I lent. Mrs. T. L. Bowen. Prop., Pent'' which to make money. Ever:hmg
j FOR SALE ;eight years' experience and an all- r', from car line. Very desirable place.I sacola, Fla. 15apri, genuine and just as represented.
round good job printer. A perfect GOOID NEWS FOR PENSACOLA! Terms reasonable. Address Box 557 fake. Write or call on W. H. Mo-gaii
List of -Property for Sale by D. Hale gentleman and absolutely sober; will you need any locks or keys repaired of call at 1803 E. 16th street. THE BROWN HOUSE-Airy rooms!i :Box 453. Pensacola, for further jiur* i'.

FOR SALE Wilson & Co. I I{'.: ;starton moderate salary. .Address, or fitted anywhere in your house; 17aprlw. good beds. Free baths and sample ulars. 31m irj
One block on proposed street carline [ < full $2 per day. Special attention; ---
room.
stating particulars Arthur if }
have trunks
needing repairing
you any cl
A FINE DOUBLE !iFTTRNISHED j'JUST RECEIVED-Large snipment
Five cottage New City overlooking Bayou j free White Castle. La. win-I or lock and key have to traveling men. J: R. Brown Prop., Olive.Oil.
i room rents $96 per Texar and under .. ; or you. a _room with board; ''bath room tele- I imported Retail by pint,
'i year. ... .. .. ...... ........$700 One half .block on fence Lakevew! ..$3000 dull lawn mower needing sharpeningor phone No. 865; on electric car line. DeFuniak SpringsFla.. ISmarlmf, ;I i gallon or larger quantity. G. Morasso
VLt Large! two story house with storeroom settled neighborhood! and avenuein WANTED-Your orders for tailor- repairing scissors or carvers to at 415 W., Gregory St. 14aprlwTURNISHED CENTRAL HOTEL, CHIPLEY-Op.1 & Co., ship chandlers andy grocers 7tu:
hardroad I I
on Wright St, rents $20 per on made clothing. We make your grind; guns pistols and. rifles to clean depot. Large and well lighted South Palafox. 4oct.

n month..... .. .. .... ........$1900 very: cheap at.. .. .. ..$1500)I Ir ,clothes fit. Let us take your meas- and repair? We can properly clean, ROOMS FOR RENT rooms. Free sample room. Meals at. ,
One-half block
4LI EAST HILL LOTS. houses rentin'g for,((12$5.00 lots) and each six new i ure. Lamm & Co., Chicago W. 0.7.Tells adjust and repair any make of type Privilege of light house keeping. 219 all hours. Special attention to trav-, FOR SALE OR RENT Two lighters:
with agent Chipley, Fla. Taprlm writer. All of these !! with capacity for 75 thousand ft
:tt Eight lots; cheapest on the market room for seven more houses.. $3250 I- things and many East Government street. Block and ahalffrornPala.fox. elin'g men. $2.00 per day. J. M. Tug one
others can have promptly done lumber the other thirty thousand et
.
you : gle Prop. 13marlm
for the location. Other lots Two 10apr2w
in same large lots
and good three
a. SECOND HAND
]
CLOTHING
WANT. Rates reasonable. t twc
at F. B. Bruce's 28 East Government. pacity. Also
.! wicnUy'are! held for $100. For room and hall house CHIPLEY HOTEL-Carl Setterlind
: quick for
()
41 renting $6.00 ,
ED-Highest price
pajd for skiff for sale 22
gents'clothing Phone 380. beats cheap ft. Ions
E ale, _each .. .... .. ......-....$60C.R.YAEGER I per month; if sold at once. ..$600) < only. Sell second, hand goods.; 18apr2w I WANTED Also! a few table few boarders re'gular! in boarders private Prop. Special attention to commercial '5 ft. beams. Telephone or write .J. A.
One nice five roomed house in good I ;Dress suits for rent, 9 E. travelers. Free sample and bath ,
Intendencla. GOOD TURE-For a few horses, family; good location; convenient to Chaffin & Co.. Milton. Fla. 25m 'rON
locality with 37 foot lot renting for rooms. Large rooms with good beds.
$10.00 per month. .... .. ..$1000 WANTED-By a and cows. Address 3r apply to W.I car line; use of bath and phone No. $2 per day 13marlra. THE HIGH LAND-East Hill eleo-
One-half young man positionas H. Kilbee. Brents Fla. iSapniwMAVPRESSES : 401 E. Gregory. 8aprlmPLFIASANT I trie car line sx: lots 100 ft. frant
i- No.202 Thelsen Phone an arpent and ten roomed r.1
Bldg. 686. stenographer. A-l references ... BAY HfTEL.--Open: lIght and-d
house in central by 137% deep corners $700 inside
of
part the city nice
j furnished. Address
C-2 care Journal. AND FURNITURE European plan.: Rooms light and!
shade and fruit trees. .. ..$5500 ROOM to rent. 301 W. lots $600. There are no better sit'III'
tj1 ;Saprlm.
-....... Vacant lots in any part of the city Mattresses made to,order; old ones Chase. 8apr clean. Transient trade solicited. i'!jtions than these lot. A. V. Clut>b=,
renovatei. New ticks furnished. 575-579 S. Paiafox. Jas." S. Nicolau. ,
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ru- For Farm Tur3entlne "or at prices that will take. J
Several investments -' WANTED-Stenographic work of any Second hand furniture bought. and NICELY FURNISHER: ROOMS for Prop. FOR SALE.-Improved and unimproved -

Timber Lands that will net 10 per cent. nature. Will give; same prompt at sold. Upholsteriog and repairing done. rent. Apply Mrs. E. Coulson corner property in all parts of the c.tv.

j on the money invested. i i tention. Phone 285. Saprlm.' 114 E. Belmont St., city phone 771. Chase and Spring Sts. 8apr J. A. Wilson & Co., Real, Estate Agent*,

LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITYCall FOR RENT. I:WANTED-The public {\0 know that r Davis Mfg. Co., C. T. Davis, Mgr. NICE fURNISHED ROOMS for rent, For SaleFOR Room J, Salisbury building. Phone
.
Address _
on Ten
or roomed house centrally located: suitable ww pflmw fl.W..Wflflflr. 172. 23jau
: we can do all kinds of repairing for light housekeeping.
and unexcelled for, a boarding house float building horse shoeing etc. J. EXCURSION-The launches Stella Privilege of phone and bath. Apply SALE-Fine piece of property AUTOMOBILES am agent for tie
1 Turner & Aymard I on street car .Ine, $35.00 per month. i G. Welsh Carriage Co. 27feb and Leolair will run excursions to' 810 E. Gadsden St., or phone 896. cor. Wr.'ght: and Reus Sts., 5 lots Pope Mfg.Co. and can sell you auto

Reaf\..Estate' and Co. I Five roomed house close in town the Life Saving Station or other 2Smarm. with two houses; one house with 5 from 500.00 up. They cost less than

P, O. Box 115 DeFuniak Abstract Fla, large yard and nice out buildings sta- (COURT HOUSE DYEING. Pressingand points of interest day or night on reasonable rooms, hall and pantry bath room horses to keep up. They can be maIn :
Springs ble etc., $20. 0 per month. Cleaning Club 212 N.DeViIlersSt. terms._ Phones 659 and 330. PLEASANT place to board on North with toilet gas in every room, not{! sand or anywhere a horse can go.
If what you want is not listed here I ., Mrs. T. J. Davis, Prop. Your patronage J. C. Sutherland Mgr 12apr Hill on car line. Address No.8. and cold water. Two houses will rent 1 Leslie E. Brooks.

call us up by phone 234 or call and : solicited; satisfaction guara.zrteed. care -Journal. 27mar for $384.00 per 'year, Stable fine: -
see us at 30 S. Palafox street. Careful attention given ladies' TAILORING-B. L. Tailor.Cents' FOR SALE-Ten new and second
YroessionalpirectorLi Diamond
i Phone 1222. ROOMS FOR RENT-furnished or un- lawn with flowers, wire pigeon house j j8x10 I' second hand office safes different!
i garments. 8febWANTED. clothing cleaned pressed and furnished. Mrs. M. J. ttobinson 600 with fan tail,pigeons and rabbits. sizes, best makes at bargain price
THOS. PEBLEY' D. Hale Wilson & Co. I .-Ths Merchants Transfer repaired on short notice. No. 11% E. Gadsden St. 24marlm I Call and examine. Apply' to Joe Scarrltt Moreno office East Government '
It West Government St.. Pensacola, Fla. James.
20aprlw
Co. wants your moving and baulini St. 24mai!
kr LAW REAL ESTATE. LOANS AND t All breakage guaranteed. T. B.,Tflor- Idee.J. WANTED .A few boarders at 212 W. !
rs COLLECTIONS, Phone 97*. Gregory. New house good neighborhood FOR SALE-Fourty-five thousand FOR SALE-An installment bus'nE'qi
sen. Prop. 1juneiWANTED.Real -
H.
PALAFOX. AND ROMANA. That Easter Dinner..Fjne Paiafox PORTER street Ballmaker Orders 716 South and on car line. acres of virgin pine timber land in;, in Pensacoa! with over 500 l Iase ac
taken for 18mar1ro.j
Will sell for cash. Owner
counts. cheap
i PHONE 559. Estate for' sale or NICE FURNISHED ROOMS one body. Apply to Walter Gentry:
tents, awnings stools
, t _. lot rent leass or exchange: Tour business camp and house Newly furnished clean Chipley, Fla. 17aprlw has other business and cannot at
,
t, of.Gophers Just received. cots. etc. Prices reasonable.. 3lj 1n. and nice j tendto It. Address "Me," care :'hij ,
A. M L. Moyer; respectfully solicited. J. A. Wilson near postoflice. Apply at 128% E. j I Sapr1 1
A fine Easter Suit is all right- but Real Estate Agent 22% W Government SHIP CHANDLERS'-McKinzIe Oert. Government street Mrs. B. M. Trainer. FOR SALE-Full blood white Wyandotte office.
,
T G YATES M. 0 you will want a nice Easter d'nner: street, Room 7, Salisbury ing & Co.. wholesale and retail ship eggs Beacon of Boston strain NOTICE TO CANDIDATES-Tn"a

,, and the place'to get it is at Moyer. building. Phone 172. 23Jan chandlers and grocers" only first-class $2.50 setting of 15. Few very fine I wishing to make a successful run.
OPTICIAN on the square, house of kind in city. Fair prices to all Old newspapers this at five cents a bundleat cockrels ready for the yard. Address should supply themselves with a :'"
office.
L-i 306 TH1ESEJV BUILDING Phone 718. WANTED.-HauUng and' transfer MATTRESSES and nice. They are all clean Chas. Murray, DeFuniak Springs F-'a!' tie of PLUTO. Now is the season 'c
RENOVATED. '
Nice Western native work. Office phone 363; residence New Slmarlm prepare your stomach and I vei
or In
Beef
I r tick furnished if desired. All I
fact, a good up-to-date Meat Market phone 390. Acosta & White 22-28 N. donein -. against all diseases. Pluto will good order on short notice. Leave FOR SALE-J-room house. I storeroom
WM D. HOWE and fine Tarragona St. 25nur.WANTED. For sale by all druggists and grocr
a of
line Staple and Fancy _2
Groceries. .. orders at Green & Watson. Phone MOnejoLoa closets pantry city water. wholesale by Jas McHugh.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR'AT .-The public to know that 193. Trnar Lot 70x137 corner 10th avenue and
LAW 20 Ibs. Standard. Granulated Sugar MONEY TO LOAN Desoto streets East Hill. Apply on FOR SALE-One good: second b"nG
$1.00. old newspapers can be bought at CARRIAGES repaired and repalnteU![ -Everybody bore
14Y2 EAST GOVERNMENT'ST, for five Floats built from place. R. E': Coleman lOapr 2w* safe. Will sell cheap. Appl iomi
cents to
i 24 pounds Patent this office a bundle. They order. Horse shoeing rows money Jno. A. Hall &
I Flour 65 cents. 3 l1al,-r
: i.. 12 pounds Patent Flour 35 cents. are all clean and nice. a specialty. J. 'G. Welsh Carriag Co., 16 E. Government street Whenin FOR SALE-Car load Tennessee. Fisher building.
Co. 27feb, need call on us. 9feblm horses and mules. Can be seen at NOTICE' TO CANDIDA TESThoewishing ;
MOYER
ON THE SQUARE. WANTED shingle mill crew, i Pou's stables. McMillan & Turton. to make a successful run
steady work and good prices. Apply I MONEY LOANED on all kinds of per- aprlO. should supply themselves with a bo,

The J. Kelley Co., Whltfield, Fla. FOR RENT I II ronal property on short notice. FOR tie of PLUTO. Now is the spason TO
LOST Terms easy. J. B. Gray & Co. SALE--Nlce. clean old newspapers .
19aprlw I 2 W.Romana. prepare your stomach and 1 I.ver
,. .1.I Phone 1165.. at ave cents a bundle. This of i I
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L fl rflflJJJjfl .nuuuLn.fltrJ-14- 9-room 22 E. E. Garden street: rlfeb I against all diseases. Pluto will do '!'t

LOST STRAYED Oft STOLEN WANTED circular saw filer for Apply! to Walker Ingraham. April20.i MONEY TO LOAN.-On'reai fice. For sale by all druggists and grocers

Pure white pup about, six months 20,000 capacity mill Apply The J.- FOR RE.\'T-8-room. 2-story Cottage : ther. sufficient! security by estate or FOR SALE Shoe maklIig'and repairing f wholesale by Jas McHugl.f .
old
; cross between 'fox terrier and I. Kelley Co., Whitfleld Fla Iftaprlw* ypj.Ing shop; established trade; no f
318 Belmont. to Thos. Pebley
I W. Apply WalkerI&graham. : i to cotPalafor
bull liberal; reward return to F. R.I stairs. and competition; good opening for gool FOR SALE-One new Koken? bar
Meade, 1J8 'W. Cervates. l3apr3t'lASTSaturdayT WANTED Room and board for, gen \ April20,:. Romana. up 17nov.TO ::. man.0 J. Mindel, Bagdad. Fla. I ber chair, also several mirror-
{MONEY LEND On 6aprl6t Call or write J. A. Billingsley, H V
tleman good.
and wife and child real es-
or furnished FOR RENT-5 room house with all L '
!Government 13April
.April }.4, presume room for light ..house eeplng. modern conveniences on North Hill! Ute security, or on good collateral FOR SALE-Fine hotel site; best sit-! St. -
bly jrom wagon package containing Give full particulars as to rates and Apply !l: F. Wolfe at Citizens' National at. lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks nation in the city for a tourist hotel -I SALE-Household: goods be!

pair trousers addressed H. PI| Moog.If locality. Address "Rate," care Jour. Bank. ISaprlw" : Fisher building. %1Jq 130 feet ,fronting; south by 172 feet clothing linen and dishes Apply

7t DR. J. 11. MOCK and found receive returned to Express. office nal. 18apr5t'WANTEDAll J .'I IJ i MONEY LOANED on all'kinda of p r- deep on East Government street, over.I 1531 E. Government St. 25inarlni_*
reward. ISapr FOR: RENT 3 4-room cottages on looking Seville and Adams brel
on I t onal. property short notice. square FOR SALE-Eggs from standard
: owners of poultry to' 12th avfenue and Garden St. Rent.,Termi easy. J. W. Bullard. upstairs street with open view of Pensacola I prize winning Barred Rocks, fifteen

Dental Surgeon LQI.'T-L8I1y's'double case gold watch, know that we are agents for'the eel. $6.50 per month. Apply 12th ave. and I. 28% South Palafox St, Phone 1144. bay $10,000 will buy the property i $1.50; fifty $3. Also Ohio imprcve-i
monogram "S. .M. B.,, one side. ebrat d.Conkey's' Poultry Remedies. Salamanca St. laaprlw, finer lapr. 4 Chester White Pigs pedigreed. Mrs
!
Crown and Bridge Work a Sp cia1t1. fleur-de-lis set with diamonds on other. Guaranteed to cure rupe; cholera B. Fla.
Hughes Chip'ey
g Painless Extracting otTeeth.i Lost on Bagdad walk or streets of 'gape and} .to kill. fleas lice and mites. UNLIMITED amount ot money to loan FOR SALE: -At a' bargain, 1 5 t Lizzie
; : 231/2! S. Paiafox St. Milton. Return to Miss :Mae Blan- Also their wonderful'egg producer A. R. BINGHAM has storage room forrent on all Kinds of personal property year old'J #'seycow with youtfgcalf.|r22marlm.

7 _and 9 Old Armory Building, chette :.Milton.. Liberal reward. S. Mellen &; Co. Phone .No.ISapr .331. F'I l suitable for furniture or othergoods I Special rates to basibess: men ga large Gives 2\y to : gallons- per day; also'j, rOR SALE-Second hand 25 H Pi
104
Phone, 1077. ISaprlw. and 106 South Tarragona: Jeans. The New York Loan Co., 204J4 2 pair scales and cue oil tank. Hugh I! boiler Will sell cheap. Api i.> ;
Sl Phone 630 i !
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SOnpr _South, Pa!afo% I Moloney. 924 N..'Davisi 15aprlw',t New Method! Laundry 13AP"1'


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Lester BARGAIN Piano mahogany LIST SALE PIANOS.:fine order Over Half a Million I REAL I l' [ESTkTE T[ MARKETS ,


vas ?350 price BOW $275, used only .
few months. $10 cash balance $8 Naval Stores. idJI

a pcr month. SATISFIED_ CUSTOMERS T [ S Savannah, Ga., April 19. The naval

Irving, handsome case was J300 LRANSFERS .' stores market closed today as follows:

ic9 $215; very little used. Terms ?10 Doyou. think such an enormous business could be built and WW.. ....i .. .. ... .5 40 to 5 45

cash, 56 per month. continually increased: if our goods did not have exceptional value and up merit? WG ... .., .. .'.. _... ....;...5 35
Clutter, large handsome! mahoganycase Do yotk think we could hold the trade of half a million people if : N. .s ... ... ..-. .... ... .....5 20
; was $400 now $335. A bargain. reputation fof doing exactly what we say wasn't firmly established? our 'Following is a list of the deeds recorded M ... .. .. .. ........... .515 Quaker
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Terms $15) cash. *S Per month. Do you think U. S. Senators,Foreign Ambassadors, Bankers Business yesterday -reported by the K... ,. .02.. .. ..............5 10 -

jlhHn, high! grade mahogany; was and Professional men in every section)'of this country would keep on using Pensacola Abstract; Co:. I.,....... .. ... .- .. ..... .. ...4 60

S450 not' $390; rented only few HAYNER WHISKEY if it wasn't all right? H. G. DeSllva to Morgan Bros., foe-. H.; .I./.. ;. .. ....... ... ...4 20

Eonths: ?20 cash. $1 0 per month. Do you think doctors would recommend it and hospitals use it' if it inning on the middle of the SWboundary i G. ..... .... .;... .. .. ......400

Sterling ebony case..was $350 now wasn't absolutely pure and unadulterated of the Jos. Maura Tract at jF, 1.. .. .. .... 3 85 to 3 SO

J120, $10 cash. $6 per month. Just think these things over carefully and then send us a trial order an old post and thence running N.l E. '.. .. .. .... .;; .'... ,.....3 80 Rye I

Clutter, large size. mahogany case; Your money back if you are not satisfied. 37" 30' W. along the said SW boundary D. .... .. '.. ,...... .... ....3 75 I:

used seven months was $400 now United States Senate S.50 chains thence N. 52" 30' E. C.... .. .:: ........ ...._..3 70
,Washington,D. c.
f:75: $10 cash $3 per month. '1 hw found harDer Whiskey exceptionally fine for table and medicinal purposes." 11.7T chains" to a stake on the W. Spirits Turpentine 65 cents.

Kimball walnut case was $375 used Will.it! Stewart. boundary of the right of way of the 1...I -

two years now $185, $10 cash, bal-- U.S. Senator from Nevada.HAYNER & N. R. R., thence along said right of 1J JOBBE S' QUOTATIONS ( Twice distilled in copper-
ance $7 per month. way S. 34" 30' E. 9.80 chains thence S '

AU of the above are upright pianos 52" 30' W. to point: of beginning 10.15 in charred oak
and *'e guarantee them. We have 16 WHISKEY acres in the Jos. Maura Tract T.. 2 PEHSACOU PRODUCE ripened heavily

square pianos from $15 to $45. 50c S. R. 30 W. $3300. -

per week; fcood for practice. Mrs. Clara L. Ray to McMillan Milli L The local produce market is practically barrels bottled by the distiller '

CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE, Co., SE&: of the 'NW% Sec. 4, ; firm, though butter both western '

Pensacola, Fla. FULL $<9.20 EXPRESS N. R. 32 W. 40 acres $205. I creamery and renovated droppeJ -is'pure smooth and "mellow.
!' McMillan -Mill Co. to W. D. }Milsted, a cent .a pound. Cheese eggs and -. ,
4 "
i'OR SALE-One fine mantel foldingbed .
SW& of the NBYi Sec. 4 T. 5 N. R.: other products are holding their own
(the latest) bafcy's high chair QUARTS PREPAID 32 W. 40 acres. $200. II in price and Irish potatoes advanced Don't treat
spoil
baby carriage chairs dishes etc. Apply Sarah Jackson to Tobe Jones; 2 from 90 cents per bushel to 92'to your by failingto

No. 36 S, Palafox. St. 19aprlw acres of land on the NW& Sec. 10 T. 95 cents. Cabbage dropped in price, "
OUR OFFER We will send you in a plaID sealed case with BO "Old Quaker. '
'I'
FOR SALE.-A photographers outfit marks to show contents. FOUR FULL QUART 2. N. R. 31 W., $10. as did also strawberries. get -
BOTTLES OP HAYNER PRIVATE STOCK RYE FOR J120, and we F. C. Davis to Louis Boley all right: The, following were the quotations
Cheap. Apply Fisher Furniture wiH pay the express charges, Take it home and sample it,have your doctor title and interest in and to Sec. 12,1!; on produce as announced 'by the Jobbers -
store, 13S E. Intendencla St. 27mar test it-every bottle if you wish. Then if don't find : b, Phone 16, Lewis Bear & Co.,
it
you just as we say ; 13 and 14 T. 2 S. R. 30 W., $1 and 1;, yesterday April 19: r
FoR and perfectly stIsfactozy.sIipftbakto us AT OUR EXPENSE and your Butter, Western 40 :408 Palafax St. and 2-10 Main St., '
SALE
-Registered Berkshire other considerations. Creamery
25 to. .26c
9120: will be .
promptly refunded.How could offer be v Pensacola Fla. 1
fairer? '"
any You
hogs; best of breeding. Ask for don't risk cent. : Aubrey Maura to Louis Boley, lots(i I, Butter, Renovated. .. .20 to 21c

catalogue.' Carl Setterlind, Chipley. Orders for Ariz.,CaL CoL, Idaho Mont. Nev..N.Mex..Ore.. VATUTOC : 1 to. 4, inclusive block213, New'City, Cheese. .. .. .. .. .. .. 15 to 15c:1
Pa.! 'or WYo.,must be on the basis of 4'Quafls for S4.0O by Express Utah.Wash.Pre:, ;:-n : I $1 and other considerations.Thos. ( Eggs . . h ...,17 'to 18c ,- ,-- Jw
paid or SO Quarts for@li: O,by Freight 1'repaiuV I' C. 'Watson Abraham Van I t,. Grown Chickens doz... $5.00 to $6.00': -
}'ORLE-One large fire proof Vic- -- -'-'-
tor safe, practically new. Double Write our nearest office and do it NOW. ;_ Honton block 317'i' New. CityTract, Geese per doz. .. .. .$7.50;
$1 and other considerations. Ducks per dozen.$5.50 to $6.00 I De Ruyter ( Holland
doors. Reason for selling. have a ) Gin
THE HAYNER .DISTILLING COMPANY i Henry M. Yonge to Wm. A. Blount, Sweet Potatoes. per bu. . .'90c
Safe
larger one. Dept, Wm. Johnson : Jr. an undivided"< ;* interest in an.undivided .1 I Irish Potatoes 'per bu. .92% to 95c ...... ..-.1

& Son. -. Igapr Atlanta, Ga. Dayton, 0. SL Louis, Mo ,.St. PaulHlnn. % interest. of the W. 43 ft. of'[l Onions;yellow, per bu. .90 c to $10C ___
FOR SALE-Cash Register. (National) 403 DISTTLLIBT; TEOT. 0. : ESTIELISHID 1866. lot 273 and the"'a '40 ft of lot' '272 II! Onions red per bu.; 90c) to $1.00 f

latest improved crank handle."- 45 and E: 40 fUof lot 281,'all in block. 16, Florida head cabbage one barrel .1 I :............$4..$4..44..............................
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leys key opens registerfor each Old City J5000. crates..' .. .. .$2.65 to $2.75
clerk. Only reason for selling is don't : J. T. Spann to- Qeo. Johnson a lot L Louisiana and Alabama Cabbage. 2

need this -style register for our but iJess. i- 90 ft. by 123 (t. fronting on Duval I bbl crates.. .. ,. .. .$2.50 to $275 j 1 AUSLEY &

Cost: over $350, price will interest NEW METHOD St. in block 87, West King Tract, HOt Beets per bu. .. t. . ...$275,;! COMPANY }

you. Address National Cash LAUNDRY J. Ben Roberts'to Agnes Platt Warren Carrots per bbl.. .. .. .. .. .$3.00 ,

Krister, Journal office. ISapr N. 28 ft. of the W.124 ft. of Ar- Strawberries quart. .. .25 to 30c i. '

pent lot 69, Old CItyTract; also the -
FOR 'SALBFIve" room'cottage on PHONE.1188 E. W. LAWRENCE, Prop. No.8 WEST ROMANAST. S..4 ft of the W.-102 ft of Arpent lot COMMISSION BROKERS
monthly payments, 'city watergas '78 TIMBER MARKETThe j
Old City Tract, $1100.
end free mail delivery corner 8th __ f
I-- ---- ---------- Recorded April 18. timber market is steady and II WEST I INTENDESCIA STREET
ave. and 12th St. G. E. Bredt. firm with a i PENSAGOLA, FlA.
strong demand
18apr5t II| 1M. .5..Bean to J. C. Porterfield lots which
takes up all the
15 and 16, block 65, being in Sec. 2 S.; available! supply. :
WANTED-To loan money pn your SAVING R 29 W. and Good prices prevail The market for Private Wires H. Y. N. 0
$1 other.considerations.! and
watches Chicago.
jeweiry and personal ef J..:E.. VanPelt ex-officio admr of es 30 feet and up is 31% cents; for 27% ,,, ;1
cash ,
fects. Highest price for old feet
gold the price'is based ,
on a 30
and silver.. Lightman & Klein tIt's Martha A: Lewis, deceased, to cents
106 E. basisfbr; the 25 feet
wright Phone 1127. Alexander Zelius, Sr., beginning at a! '' staple the price f COnONSTOCKSGRAINPROVISIONSandBONDS f'
;I averages 26 cents to 27
r easy to sav merely a matter of point on Wright St. 247 ft W. of' cents "to 24 cents and 23
cents Is
HOUSES FOR SALE-Lease or rent, Coyle St., thence-. running along the obtained for the
near car line on Little Bayou. Apply spending less than you earn. Keeps grow- N. line,of Wright St. 58 ft, thence' N. 22 to 22% ft. average. Hewn timber, an 1: Bought and Sold on Margin or for Investment. *
of 100()
easier too-in fact becomes average feet is selling on a bas' :
to Phillip Hannah Little Bayou.apr6t ing surprising- 160 ft-thence-Br5S.ft., thence S. 150 of 23 cents. 3

< i! after have it' for ft. to point of beginning In fojock 82,,j Reference First
ly easy you practiced a I West King Tract.; Belmont Numbering; AUSLEYd" -CO.'S |; : NitiopiUofl! Peoples Bank Phone 1173 |

fOR SALE-A second-hand conopy top while. t 525.' f 1 Liverpool REPORTS ............................ ........ ..+.......
phaeton In perfect order about as People fall into the habit of spending J. J. McCasklll to C. V. Green thE Cotton Market
good as"new. Apply to J. A. Khkpat-. .- 144 ft. of lot.53 .
,
Arpent $10,000. -
rick 222 E. Gadsden street or phone money thoughtlessly and imagine they can- Louis Boley to Benj. Benson and A. .J an.-J'eb..................................CIOI... -
reb.'Jar:.:............... .
511. .,:............... '
15apr5tf- not save. Cultivate thoughtfulness and., L.: Balcom, NWH of the NWJA. Sec ........ Order Your
Var.-Aprll ........ .. .. .
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,_ :,! carefulness and-your bound to-s ve. 2TV( ST'Qr: XVi OX -i-te-w, .1.uu**. ...pna-1JI&1..i......." ....:.:.....6.\16/i.fIR 101: Q1LuiJ -WOO. .

other considerations.' 11Ia7.Jue..................11.-................5.96 ,
Four per cent interest paid 'on time de; Lee Daniel to E. E. (Saunders, E.r a1T ............................ .... S. ,, from the

Legal Advertisements .I'I here. Open an account to-day- 33 ft. 'of lot 3, block 11, East King 1 u17-AUgUL .'.....................;........ 6.96 i Consumers' Ice and Fuel Company.

posits I Tract $1 and other considerations.: An.gaatSeptenib.r.. ,.......5.90 4
In Escambia County Circuit Court: There's protection, encouragement and sat- Wm. H. Knowles to Jas. C. Watson, September-October ........... ;."g.TS Office--Corner Chase and Tarragona. Phono 259.

State of Florida. In Chancery. James I lot 25, block 130 East' Kin'g Tract, Oe-\o .r-N'oveanbeP ....'.,....6.68I
Sheridan vs. Mary T. McArthur. On' isfaction in a bank account. East St. I November-December................. ...sB7 n _
of and
other
Tarragona $1
Monday the 7th day of May A. D. : I Deoember-Jannary .......*. ...............5.67 [ PRESS
considerations. the t this JfflhrsscsaBUTTON1
1906, the defendant Mary T. McAr- Liverpool Spots,618. May option and is Hearing
J. C. PorterrfeM to J. J. Hooton the time when It must be liquidated.( -
thur is required to to the bill[ -
filed appear lots 15 and 16 In' block 65, Sec. 5 T. New York In fact weak holders of this Interest!
against her' herein: This orderto Cotton Market
2 S. R. 29 W.., $1 and other considera are already beginning to unload their
be published each week for ,
once tions. Open Hlph Low Close lines and it is now tup to the New
four ((4)) consecutive weeks in The I January 10.58 10.57
Julius Eggart to L. O. Kauffman, May ia.45 10.44 York clique to make good their
Pensacola Journal a newspaper published I. F1 RSTNAT1ONAUANK lots 2 and 3 in block 3, Maxent Tract, i JulT 11.17 11.27 11.22 11.32 11.03 11.09 boast( that colon would sell at 12
in said Escambia ounty. .L. 10.99 11.01 ./
1 cents).
M. : $3000. I August 10.99 10.S8 1083 1083
McMillan, Clerk Circuit Court By: E. W. Walther to Benj. Benson and October.:............10,54 W.M 10.39 10.3J Technically the position of the staple -
L. G. Aymard D. C. Pensacola, Fla., OF PENSACOLA. FLA. A. L. Balkum, W% of the NE% of I December.,........ 10,54 10.58 10.39 10.41 has changed but Jittle. The bulls
Iarch 29, 1906. 30maroaw4w r1ftIJILIiThWI
W.H. KSOWLIS, Pres. W. K. Hun JR., V.-Pres. and! Ca ler. the NWtA; NW%: of the .NW% and:i N'ewYork8poiBf 11.70 are not very bold Just now ana' the '
T, W.BRRST and W. N.ROBERTS Asst. Cashier! SEof the NWtA, Sec. 20 T. 2 S. 11:. Wheat. bears also seem rather timid. It is fl"1I
GUARDIAN'S NOTICE. -F. C. Brent, W. A. Blount W. H. Knowles, W. K. Byer, Jr.,
DIRECTORS 31 W. 100 acres $1500. largely a case of which side is the ..1.tL:14'jL'j
Notice is hereby'given that I, Louisa D. G BrentNo. D. Hale Wilson 'to G. V. Green and May_......Open 81 High gjif Low 80V< Close tni- more sincer9 as the public seem to'be 1iIi ir

Und guardian of Bertha May Lind L. D. Green. S. 24 ft of: lot 2. block .July..........._79 19J1 ; waiting to solve this problem. .
isN 7S
and Harold Lind. minors will % the fact that of I' %
apply toj i T- "W !In spite! of some
13. Maxent Tra t; also 28 ft. 6 in.
Hon. Henry Bellinger, county judge of: Corn. the local traders who are called big L" \
of lot 1 and W. 28 ft. 6 in. of the N.
Escambia county, (Florida, at his office Open High Low Close i in market parlance are dispoasd to .
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11 ft. cf lot 13, Maxent Tract $100and Il.y............ .I ,. The S1mpIestSuratSal'estHanciCJt j1
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on the be
28th day of April. A. D., 190G(L 5603. '6 follow Price, it must not forgotten -tad only Perfect '
other considerations. Jnlf_ ,.4d :
Bt tea o'clock a. m., or as soon thereafter 4fiy4 f3 455'. that the local rings are always I Iutura.Uy Silf-filliag Pen. Naglat! *filler '
I JOHN PFEIFFER. Assistant H. A. Brown' to Geo. V. Green and New York Stock Market bearish and that at the -no ink to ipill-oo clogging
as can be heard for authority: to W. UMAI. President. Caskhp.J. I .
L. D. Green, lots 22 and 23, block 83 I arshakiag.Toe .
to sell all the right title and interest E. CLARK.Vtee-Prilident and Cashier. J.W. ANDREWS. Assistant Cashi.,. Open Close present stage of the game a decline!
Maxent Tract, Belmont Numbering, SothasnPsc1flc............_ t6! 64 tp'more of the limply! press tie battoa(u I
cf said minors In and to the following I 1000. Copper........................ 110 1 ,would: be pleasing of IA the picture)and the" pen flit
described real estate situate lY'i J j A. 8.R....................... 13S- 136 people who have the privilege iu a"flash.
NATIONAL :
ing and 'being in the county of Escam! THE AMERICAN DANK Atch-......................... { .& ;, crowding around the ring and of Wrkth.L.t.ta
bia, state of Florida. to-wit: The west: A Thousand Dollar's Worth of Good. *.* .... is/ making trades without the $15 pen-, louche the paperEagle$150

thlrt.f ve (35) feet of the north one Or PtHSACOLA, FLU. "I have been afflicted with kidney; BoB 1'......................... 85Lf 155 83: ally than an advance would be. }

hundred and sixty ((160))' feet of lot OF UNITED and bladder trouble for years passinggravel .l I I B.&: 0 ......................... U1* I' It woula! be a very intsrestingj
three hundred and fifty-four (354), -1n DESIGNATED. DEPOSITORY STATES. or stones' with excruc'ating l fine....-................. .31' 42i'l proposition to have the1 present visible -| 1No. ;
............... .. analized as to its composition Flash
the Old City of Pensacola CAPITAL STOCK $200,000. SURPLUS $69,0)0. A. H. Thurnes well][ C.F.I. .. ... w fjAf supply I
together a
pain says ............... show the amount of,
with the U. 8 .-.-.......... 42U.S.pr !/ 43 t in order to
of Buffalo
tenements hereditaments and known coal operator O. I I .IS with 14 karat solid
DIRECTORS. ferred.............. 107 107 rubish now paradflgas.cotton.. -Good I gold
appurtenances thereunto belonging or got no relief from medicine until I b i- pea point-finest vtdcuiized i iI
i B.Ii.-, a3; 29 serviceable grades. are v.ery sc1rce.1; rubber and full/
in I guaranteed.
any wise appertaining. Louisa- Henry L Covlngton, Frank Reilly, F. E. Browner, gan tak'ng Foley's Kidney Cure then L.A N ....................... 1' 147 The entire character of the last | qle! "f1u1t No.2S
Lind, Guardian. J. td.'PfelfferJ' W. S. Rosasco C. W. Lmor, the result was surprising. A few I IlAad........,............... &1J-, 80 3 years crop was much, inferior to the I with gold band.$2.50 i
SOmaroawiw.rnOPOSALS. Bryan Dunwody, T. F. McGourln J. R. Sctiiders: 'doses started the br'ck-dust-liks, substance :3LP.....:.:.,.'......_.......... 9:1: 84581 preceding bumper; one. Ealle Fiwlin No. 26
A. M. Avery W. H.Milton! 0. f. M uca, and now I have no pain across :Mtt......... .......... ..... 115 114 1 The scarcity of labor fs assuming! Urgxiie.wihgoidLnd.,4.ooMdbySaoors$3.00 J

will be reived at the W. i U; Cawthon, Dr. W. J. Hannah, r.t Kenzle Oertlng, my kidneys and I like'a.new man.I 0&11.Pac..,.....,...:.......... 173 mv4] proportions, as soon as.we come to a -
.Bureau of Supplies and Accounts, Alex MdJowln C. M. Covlngton M. E. Clark. It-has done me' $1000 worth, of gOQd." N.Y.Q' r....t.....;.....,;.... 1121.4 141 section! where induitr'al undertakings tod Olkr Store; i
avy Department Washington D ; Foley's Kidney Cure will cure every P.O ?.?...;,......;V.'f..... %; 83i} ]I have been introduced. On the I Aik YOUR DEALER. 5Th.doesn't .
C until 10 o'clock 8 of kidney' or adder disease. W. R.D'G.io..;.".....;;.;... JaI: \isyi175J4 eU the "
}''06, and a. m. May : Aocount, of anks, ,-Individuals Corporations end: Firms Slr\oUe( ",I I form :: 85.p ..:...............: ...... 172 whole we think present values are "FLASH"Fountain you PemtienI Eagle
I b; thereafter publicly opened immediate- Four. .r cent Interest Paid on Tim. Deposits. A. D'Alemberte-- druggist and apothecary R.1.-;......................... 27' 2C J J8R about what they should be-and favor I Mad be retail price direct too
to furnish at the Nasal p ....,......... ....... ...... ss% 39" 1 purchases on all breaks of con'equence *. Each. pea aWutcly goaraateed. -
Hospital* Pensacola, Fla.. the 1 T.O.L........_ .-?.... .... No Sale although we think the win-i;

Jteiy'ter! supply of. meats, groceries, but .! ______ Panna.-........'.............. 141 135J5. ter' months a splendid sale. J Eagle Pencil Co. ,
eggs cheese, ice. milk bread I $100,00 REWARD U.P.......... __... .. -* i'
vegetables beer,, provender brushes ................................ ..............H.. I1j IroJ ELEGANT LINE MEN'S LOW 3,i Manufacturer

KC-, for the fiscal year ending. June J. So REES! President. B.! W.. M NEFE&. Cashier.It I $100.00 reward will be piid for the SHOtS JUST RECEIVED BY WATSON Broadw.r.NewYorkCHAS.BLUM&CO
"6 1907. Applications for proposals i 'M.-CARY, e arrest and delivery to the sheriff of Ausley & Co's. Daily Cotton Letter. ,

should refer to .Schedule 465. 'Blank t plOPLr.S-BANK o dfPENSACOLA.i,1 1p i Walton county., one Charlie Renols.a New York April Liverpool;! PARKER & REE.SE. THE
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THE: was practically .unchanged future
proposals will be furnished! upon ap- negro. Description: : Heght: 5 feet on CELEBRATED RALSTON MAKE.J ._ .
this but ---- --- ,
1'lication to, the Naval Hospital Pen- : Directors-U J. R'evuJ .'. S. Reese, W. DeC. Kessler R. M. 10 or 11 inches; weight about 160 or 5 points morning spots w,3re reduced

Fla. or to the Bureau H. :-T. : W. A. D'Alemberte, T. A. Jennings. J. Hooton. carr'j 170' pounds; bright mulatto with medium weakness on In sales the of 10,000 bales. The

HARRIS. Paymaster General, U. TRANSACTS A. GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. large eyes. Has scar on upper the fair weather English the whole markets, OFFICE MOVFD \
p.: jj o TOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFULLY !lip to the right of nose and when last over belt WE HAVE MOVED OUR OFFICE:!

7-06-13Apr-oaw-2-w >....+.+..4$4...+.. +.++++.++.+++....*....< .. .. ) seen he wore a ',blue faded jumper iEan coupled' Francisco with! the seemed terrible to have disaster a depressing at FROM THE KEYSER BUILDING!) ,.j;

:::::: -- -------- .overalls a gray cap a new pair of No. effect upon the market anrgradually PALAfOX WHARFvTO OUR COYLE(
fine sharp toed shoes. Reward to
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WHARF..PATRONS
prices sagged STREET
11" 3IJOA M $aJJS nt IN.\\ I pndwo3 'be- paid by J. A, :Rchbourg! & Co., i While all day. FUTURE WILL PLEASE CALLiUP >t
L HILT/OH GRgNPaIsThuT. T. S. wakLSS, VIOI-PBBSIDBST.: thera was no aggressive sell THE EXPPr55tl
2ajqsnqn. jjniradd B. )L.BUSSNFULi: ,BDLMANSFIELD MOR NO,AlSr.c..sUUB, Crestriew Fla. ing' apparent there was no support PHONE No. .77, AS THE OLD! r1t
snn whatever in'evidence and it has bees NUMBER HAS BEEN DISCONTIN-: tl t
110hn N ;) aid 1in2ai 'ldwldlIJ'8S Citizens National Bank GET PANAMA, $5.00 $7.50 AND plain for several days that the mar- UED.

nof JQJ "ooi PUB ssaippe ptre ;nisi 'of Penaco1a. Florida.D'UCJOP.3. $i .OQ AT STANDARD CLOTHING ket required constant! buying to sustain -; DUNWODY-AIKEN TOW BOAT C0.| Ji

*! ipui! ssaipps ptre anren nq! sn piras COMPANY. even the present level of values \: .- 1 W$42o

JOJ nrsapuaa J\SV A Cr/YCMl/ BANKING BVSINfSS TRANSACTED KEEP' COOL. Tare is a large long interest InMaMljIaBaIJCO. I RECEIVED A LARGE SHIPMENT .
.O'fltOAafljJJ; OF CELEBRATED BUDD'S
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['awzvDvw i iruunvaa: .lSOW am. BUY YOUR UNDERWEAR NV t SHOES AND SLIPPER? FOR CHIL.

tto.1 .petEZ01 --- _- ---I, WATSON, PARKER 4. REESE, HAS, ; ; DREN. -
'cC., "
-lnI--- THE SWELLEST LINE OF MEN'S -
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UNDERWEAR IN THE CITY. GET A PANAMA, $5.00, $7.50 AND .,
1ITuo R M.Can Pn*. ,CA. -1 ., CO Joe.See UUP7.,. 1 1HOSiERYI.HOSIERYI $10.00 AT STANDARD. CLOTHING .J i

Wholesale and Betali Dealer ia HOSIERY COMPANY. $ i
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Steam Dom tic,' Anthracite C 0 A L -LINE LARGEST OF MEN'S AND MOST HOSIERY COMPLETE TO BE WHEN YOU W ANT.,A- SHIRT G' .,
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and Blacksmith ,FOUND AT WATSON. PARKER & TO WATSON, PARKER & REESE.

Oce-No. <2 SoutH Palafox street. Telephone "93. REESE'S DEPARTME.N -.STOREAT 4 AS THEY HAVE THE BEST THAT

Yard comer'Tarregona and Gonzalez streets. Phones 6 and 378'' I PRICES THAT WILL INDUCE YOU I MONEY CAN BUY FOR 50c- Joe AND 617 AND 519 WSST BAY ST,

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THE KENSACOLA: JOURNAL, FRIDAY MORNING I : APRIL 20, .1906( ..
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'Il I- -'f FRISO U I : TOPIECES


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//I ONCE SAID SUDDENLYin . ., '

. .. . N TT'S no trouble with the WHITE MOUNTAIN REFRIGERATORS. You ftft

J.John G. Bed The People are Destitute:land .in N _ S J I can open the ice chamber and take it out. ; takeout the ice grate; takeout fti

If I can see your shoe from Stroke( of Apoplexy Need of. .R froY y..'. : provision shelves and ''take out the waste pipe without opening the fti

I them it's actually a pleasure. DO YOU
lowerthe door. It's so to clean ,
t1.t; and hat I can tell you Funds.- .. easy

what kind of a man you ursdaYornlng. . . .. *, . I I fU fU KNOW that this means a Refrigerator that's easy to clean as a tumbler_ ? TheN

''t'L"; are. If you buy your the.Pensacola.appalling ..catastrophe-deeply.tntere 1 ted U .lnl befell J: circulation is perfect and it-is absolut ly.odorless. In the WHITE MOUNTAIN ftft

tJ.; r Shoes and Hats here the Miltont Special April'to. 19-Ubhh The ,Journal.Gideon Ellis of San California..Francisco With an*' ;:
will have
man"
"wise aty one of! Milton'sj oldest and most there is great anxiety',:and 'apprehen.:.fU S' it left our store This is a peculiarity. .of the WHITE MOUNTAIN, line that ftft
favorable opinion of you. honored citizens, was' found dead in sion felt by many, though the hearts: >
of some have 'been easier by the receipt .: !tl I you! won't find anywhere else. ftft
; Straw Hats 75 cents to $5.00. his bed, Thursday morning, having "'. ,
of news stating that their loved ftft
t.;'. :. Panamas $6.50 to $15.00. suffered a stroke of apoplexy.
; ones are safe. 'Such'; messages' were W
i Mr. Ellis was born in Milton May received here .yesterday., ftft
+ Derbies up to $5.00. I
12, 1842 and has resided hers ail Mass Meeting Called. I
rm.
(I'i'l: Softs, $2.00 to $3.50.' his life. He has been prominent: inl The terrible disaster that visited i II You< Make Your Money Back < xw ftft

f!if t The Best Suit in town for $12.50 merchanUle .circles, and has always I the ill-fated c'.ty: of San Franciscoleft ii ftft
".-. been an enthusiastic worker for Mil over 200,000 people homeless and
1! ton and Santa Rosa:-county: He was destitute. Proud people dislike to I ftft
tih once mayor of the city; several Jiuws,ask for aid and assistance, and ,those
'.,.i.-'; ; has' served as alderman, hotalng a who know the Californians\ know that The Refrigerators are air tight, cold i and.dry This ftft
seat in the council 'at the'time of his in the native son and daughter there ftft
TJ The John White death and also a seat in the countyrommission exists a pride that is 'commendable. ((0 causes a saving in ice during the season_ that would 'astonish you if reduced tow : ftft
; twice he has been representative At the same time pride does not necessarily -
t] of his county in the state need to be sacrificed to Accept ,dollars. ,and cents. Just try a.WHITE'MOUNTAIN, and after a monthor two ftft

!";,t j Store legislature Mr. Ellis was twIce'married. Miss mean help andsubsistance.and ] assistance when Jt 01 compare our ice bill with those you used to pay. The money you are putting ;

i 205-207 S. PALAPOX ST. Sarah Peaden being his first and Mayor Bliss: .of .Pensacola will have in 'ice NOW will buy you a new Refrigerator. For the class of the article the NI
:Miss Mary Blake his second wife. '
mi the honor of being anion; the first I .
,_ ,: , __ The latter died about eighteen heads of cities to try and have his fttM price is lower than ,you would think, ill
.. months since. Three children sur- I I
ty .t ". people contribute, funds for the reliefof
vive him, Mrs.. Lc. E. Munroe, Mrs. '

the homeless! in the far away stricken -- '
: Wylie J. Williams Jr., and John B. western city at least what re-
I I"OOD
Ellis. mains or'th municipality which was! We Have Them Up Cutshows One -
Had Mr. Ellis lived but one daylonger usS .
;;:f AH kinds that yea want. he would have been 32 yearsa known as the' metropolis 'of the west. S nJ
E,,"tl The call of the Mayor, asks the cit.
of the Milton
Mason. He was master

wit l t OAK AND PINE Arch lodge and Council three times Mason., was He a was Royal a izens 7:30 meeting o'clock of "at Pensacola'the to take city to,'steps convene pal to tonight in providefor mass at IB &WdLll from form s s Ift

charter member of the Milton lod'geof .
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lending a'.d to the sufferers. { qt
Odd Fellows and its secretary ftft

Fz, cheaper ft )'Where.than. Any you size can buy you since organization. He was also a The 'call of ,The.the chief Call.. executive in
Knight of Pythias. He was a Con- $$7.50 to $$60 $$17.50
wantE. federate veteran with an honored full is as follows: ftft
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1: record. By church connection he wasa An awful calamity ..has befallen the _
G. SEWELL Methodist.At .- thriving and prosperous sister port on
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fjl : 10 o'clock Friday his funeral the Pacific coast, so stupendous we ftft
Phone 614. will be 'conducted by Rev: W. T. are appalled at its magnitude: 'Many The Cleanest Imaginable ftft
; ; Ellisor, of the Milton M. E. church at thousands are left homeless and destitute ,=
t''f.:. I the church. The pall bearers will be and the hearts of the American \ ftft
f Eo L. REESE J. MENDEL 'haIr Knights of Pythias and half Odd people will not 'be slow'to respond to m Refrigerator is the STONE WH T-:1 of the WHITE MOUNTAIN line. It is
Fellows, the Masons having chargeof the distress of the stricken city. ff'unds
the burial. The stores of the city for the relief of the victims of the ter- built on the well-known principals of the 'cold-retaining properties of stone, ftft
Reese 6 Mendel will close from 10 o'clock till noon rilble disaster may be transmitted by !U
out of respect to the memory of the telegraph free of charge.. iPensacola, N and the doors and entire provision chambers are lined with pure white stone,

I' The Home Tailors, deceased.The death. of Mr., Ellis has caused charitable should contribute purpose:her share for this m not)imitation, but J REAL SOLID STONE. It is the coldest, cleanest, prettiest, ftft ftft

a profound depression in Milton cir In order to put the matter on a proper N. as well as' ,.the most..econom is a 1.Refrigerator made.. Our cut shows one at $40, l
; Builders cles. Only the day before he was basis I hereby! call a meeting. ; ofciti!
among his friends in fairly good zens to_ assemble at the city hall Friday fU e but we.v. -t1wm all prices up from $25.
health, and the shock of his death .evening at 7:30 for the purposeof ftW
t,J: will be felt for some time to come. appointing'a committee .to" receive I If not convenient to pay cash, tell the salesman to "Charge it."

m11 of I and transmit funds to our .suffering '
fellow citizens in San Francisco.CHAS. : .
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i BASEBALLbirmm'iham : H. .ml! 'S.. Mayor.

tW ': f f I"-Telegrams"d'T' Received.r "_*fcw.-lUW, RIIODESDUiCCQLL1NS FURNITURE COMPANY
fit bi1u 3 conttnues to'W1n' and er and other members of' the familyare
::. '..., the Barons make it three out of four in California received the' following I ,
from Atlanta by taking yesterday'sgame. wire yesterday: 1
rt-n:
Vaughn and his tribe have "Suisun. Cal., April 19. Oi 26 and 28 E. Garden Street..
L1r FineClothes. been home during the last eight "C. C. Goodman Pensacola, Fla. Bad
t games, seven of which were victories. earthquake. We are all safe. Whiting a22222a22a22B222222e2aa2a22a222222222222a

ti'"I They will open Up in Nashville today,, injured _. ,_. _._.
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foot."W. .
.r and it will be seen whether they are U.: GOODMAN. !tl' .. .
. only "homers" or good all arounders. It has been learned that Miss '
r Archie .. .
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Shreveport judging from the game Goodman and her brother, WhitIng CELEBRATETHE f "-III" ZI-" :t.' .. I
the Pirates are putting up must be WILL
spent Monday_ and Tuesday at
i'; New and uptodateme oL Spring reckoned with. The' lok of Gills have the Cliff House, which was swept.into j 11 Good Life Insurance Costs a Certain Amount .f
f.il 1 and Summer Suitings and Trouser played seven games on the read and the sea' Wednesday. : ANNIVERSARY
t a'i.J ings.. five have been victories. The team The following was received from :, and should be looked at in the same Irght as any ether purchase
f '::4 Suits from $17.50 to $50.00. has :been hitting the ball hard. The .Frank B. Briggs a former Pensacola L you make. You can buy a watch for less than the one'you carry
.y1' t Trousers from $5.00 to $15.00 least number: : of hits secured in any 'citizen. It was addressed toF.: L. in your pocket; you can find a butcher, or grocer, who will charge
ff Join our Gentlemen's Suit Clue one .battle since' the season opened has T KANWY' KITCHEN KOMPANY TO -3 '
Briggs: you less than you now pay, but the cheaper(?)-may it not prove alt
i-rA Costs only $1.50 per month for press-! teen eleven. Nashville since Castro "San Francisco in the end? Sand '
a wrick.; I am all FITTINGLY OBSERVE THE j more expensive always was less than sugar., and
';'ir:;! tog aid small repairs. got. iq the game has !been playing rght., i always will be.Moral IbYJI1
'V : Dyeing' and Cleaning of men's anawomen's winning ball.: This was shown when Odd When take
..I' I Fellows Losses. SECOND. BI T.HDAY. : you insurance get It in the test> -THE
, )! Clothes a specialty. [ three out of four games were taken Information received Jby -the Grand EQUITABLE.
.it; Give us a trial We will appreciate from Montgomery in the Sleepy town. '
4 Lodge of Odd Fellows of Florida in This afternoon' .frojn. 3:30: o'clock
-i-if' :your business. Memphis, Little Rock Montgomeryand session here yesterday, stated that 50 until 9 o'clockrin the' evening the Insurance, Knowles Gen Ai
l PANAMA Bros
M HATS CLEANED AND Atlanta have been the lossers oo Odd Fellow lodges in San Franciscolost Kandy Kitchen Kou!Dany; will cele- Fire, Life enHcoh
: BLOCKED.
1 everything brate the:second anniversary of the
possessed by the:
' far.The or
}ff REE MENDEL TAILORING CO., Sallie .league gang is playing' company being in" business. Yesterday -.--... _.
t'_ i 1 Phone 675. 11 N. Palafox St. fast ball and the National and Amer. der.E.. K. Smith and. wife well known was in reality the date of the I .tSt

'.....'t I r ican league teams are going! some. here are in San Francisco 'and noth anniversary, but in, deference to the ,-
t" 'i';tr. ..- Boston finally got In. the won columnin ing? has been heard from'them. There veterans and their friends the celebration ., .....1..NN..O1...N.NQN.......O.1.O.........
I the American league by defeating is great anxiety Over their! safety. was iput ofr'until' to-day.< i. PENElA.CO: A. oi ti r'R
New ,ror$ twice in. a double header. Offers Services. The proprietors. ot the Kandy :
Dr. W. F. Fordham telegraphed Kitchen' are anxious; $to" have: their :'Iron Works and Supply Co.
Southern League. Mayor Schmidt of San Francisco, offering friends and patrons' call and! visit :

: SOFT Birmingham ,4, Atlanta 3.. his services, to'care'for'the In-; them to-day, during the' hours stated. : Manufacturers 'and Repairers of MACHINERY AND BOILERS 1
1" 1 Nashville 11, Montgomery 1. jured and wounded. !Sympathy for: Creams,cf all kinds including tha Z FORGINGS, MILL AND,! STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP f _i -> .
New Orleans 4, (m-phis 3 (11 inninfes. dishes and soda water drinks REPAIRS -p 'r'1ext. -
) the disaster was also express? fancy A SPECIALTY. Prompt attention given to all orders, t
i ii .) will be served. An invitation is extended : day or night Agents for James McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and fit;
Shreveport 5, L'.ltle Rock 3. "Doan's Ointment cured ply of eczema to. all. 'i I:i Timber Dogs, also chains of all descriptions.; Office phone' 123. Resi- y
that had annoyed.me.a time. .In honor of the event the place of dence phone 1029. P. 0. Box 123. PHIL WITTMAN, Mgr. | : 'g'.
I i; South Atlantic League.Jacksonville The cure was permanent.Hon.long S. business will be gaily decorated ands ." ......... ..........ee01+t+o1iN....91101.1N00 5 ;: f
SHIRTS 9. Macon 1. W. Matthews, Commissioner' Labor an orchestra will discourse music
Savannah 8, Augusta 3. -Statistics, Augusta, Me. throughout the afternoon'and even-I'
Columbja 11 Charleston' 10. ing. .
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k .l.lis GET A PANAMA. 35.0057,50 AND JUST BECAUSE EOPLE's SHOE STORE
American'League. The
$10.00 AT STANDARD .
I ------ Philadelphia 10, Washington L COMPANY. CLOTHING. your cough :Is only in the throat and
i"j Boston 2-3. New York 01. does not_ trouble you now, don't think'

Cleveland 5. SjL Louis 1. ... .... ... that It needs no attention.: When it I l. Leader In Low Prices.
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''I won't a stiff shirt in Detroit 3. Chicago! 1, has not had much'of a start is the 32 West Copyright 1906
J. I I I Government.
t right as soon as the sun comes -' time to check It The slightest cough' .
I i out good and hot. National' League. 1be >www 'Model easily leads'to Pneumonia, Bronchitis -!'I -.. The Latest Fad I
Consumption.. A bottle of -
and
Philadelphia 4. Boston 1.
I CLOTHESPopular
". These are the days when a I St. Louis.4, Chicago 1. RemingtonSholes Bal ard's' Horehound Syrup will cure CLaC: >ciA S BENCH-MADE

: .!2n's: .Shirt is the all Important Cincinnati Brooklyn, .8.,8,New Pittsburg York 5.2.. I, reach that cough.of all. The Sold price'by all puts druggists.SHIPPINjNES It within., t good 8 day'Parlor Clock.. .. ... ... ..... ..;., *... <.. '.. .....$5.00 Prices, All Styles.
t::Fi i part of his make-up-both for A good 8-day Parlor Clock, with alarm $3.00

i!il ,Jooks and comfort. Track-Meet Today. : i 8-day Mission'Clocks, $2.75 to.. .. ..... ... :._., ... .'! '" .... ..$5.00 Jos. Coleman

: 'L We've Everything that's The track 'meet between the pupilsof with its new billing attachments I Repairing. at reasonable prices. 212 S. Palafox St.
good Schools No, 2 and 70, primary.I! and instantly interchangeable carriages J. F. 04 VIS, JEWELER, at Coos Book Store. -
ht' in Summer --
t Shirts. Solid colors ---- -

Ii H!' JI stripes, figures plain white.! 3:30 grades o'clock, will be at held Kupfrians this afternoon Park. The at'I I ribbon,movement tabulator, and I' most two-color complete I! : :; i., .................. ..4+t4..e...,.................... ....P ""'''''.'.,.''''....=-... LIj

; etc. faculties of the' different schools in combined Cleare'di:' i j
:! the city are,making an effort to stimulate : Ii'I I QUALITYAND
J r,4 Billing andCorrespondence i Runswick,.Br.-as, 'i'10"-; rkley,- Ge-
I We are showing the
... Masterpieces .1 interest In out door athletics. A, '
noa1,860,000 1t LIawpfl:. rniber and 23- '
I-' .4'' of the best Shirt makers number of events are on the program i 000 It. Ibr.Chelford.- t", ., '_ ". ''I A Gas Water Heater SERVICEThe
l i makers with a reputation. ;and some fast athletes have entred.. Br ss,. isfe Wood, Liver. 11

riTwit Athletic Matters. machine manufactured. Designed pool, with''98.tQ. ..7f ,j to ?timber\. j
See our great 50c and $1.00 The. Y. M. C. A. held a well attend-:' as it was for, fast serviceT>uilt for j' quality of our laundry work
w g lines. -Every pattern a new 'ed enthusiastic meeting last eevn-, hard use, recommended by- experts ..wtf t + v 'i'I For the Home i''i is unsurpassed. Experienced
in' one and:many of them are ex- ing. The matter of organizing baseball and guaranteed against. wear;it is have a torpid-:Hv.er': when'', Herblnej;the i a ; operators handle your linens
teams for the coming season was offered as the ideal only liver feg'sl ter-.wm" help : 2 from their arrival here till they
. qt claslve with us. thoroughly. discussed and steps wilt There is jeasba-wh-.you should youJ* : Gives hot water instantaneously :and is'economical to. are delivered to you. We do
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;' rif be taken ,to put several good clubs in TypewrIter I suffer from' Dyspepsia." Constipation! TwentY-five cubic feet of gas will heat-twenty-flve this.because we want your work
, the field In the .near future. There Chills and Fever or any liver complaints -':_ Ions of water to the boiling point ata.osto. fnot gati i -it's our sole business to please
t t'j' will also be several good track teams, for producing the : when Herbine' will cure.you! four cents-gas at $1.50 a thousand. 'Let ,us' install a Z you. Try us on your next pack-
mot work In
organized, a., there is a graet deal of the shortest time with theletst good effort. F. C. Waite, WestVillef; Fla.. writes j.Ii: gas water heater. See those on display at our office. age.
H. O. ANCON interest beitfs] manifest by the 'numerous Write today for luty.'description. "I was sick for a/month' with chills! : .
young men and boys in the phys Local Agents Wanted foF and fever, and after taking two bottles :
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The Star Steam
ical department' from. which the committee unoccupied territory. of Heroine am''well"and,.healthy.! 'i. :

: CASH CLOTHIER teams. may Hand secure ball and several tennis first-class will THE Majestic ARITHMOQRAPH 'CO. Sold by all druggists : \ Pe"s co/ Gas Company I Laundry.
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also come:In for their share of discussion ELEGANT LINE::' MEN'S LOW
Palafox .and.the'. cOurts,for these.splendid: SHOES JUST RECEIVED BY S:. 148. 24 27 97 E-:Sarftn St. Phon 11Penucola. *-
i Comer and YaID.J ; rflone .and E. Garden Street. f
out door games will soon be. In read 204 West:Bay re It,: SON, PARKER. &, .R. ESE. WAT.I Flo.i. .
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