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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: March 3, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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I I THE PHILIPPINE MERIDIAN MISS. WIPED OUT BY COAST SQUADRON I .



TARIFF MEASURE DELAYED BY
,STORM

I TORNADO CLOUDBURST AND FIRE .


Senate Committee Refused to Report WILL NOT N ADMIT LS FOLLETTE'S' Battleship Texas and Torpedo


P It by Vcte of 8 to 5 LAMAR URGES'STONE TREASURY Boats Porter and'Dupont Spokenby


Yesterday. MANY LIVES ARE Wireless Station.

MRSI CARTER'S DOCK OVERFLOWING AMENDMENT 0


GADSDEN GROWERShey OFF PENSACOU
DEPORTEDWhole

) CHECKSJudge Appears Before Naval Affairs Committee .Secretary Shaw Will Deposit $10- KILLED -c '


: [ Sent Delegation to Washington for( $100,000 Pensa- i 000,000 Public Funds in ... Are. L Lying Several Miles Out F


. to Oppose. It.REPRESENTATIVE Speer Rules Them Out of cola Appropriation.PROPOSED *. to Various Depository Banks. W' Senator Wanted to Pro Weathering the. Storm.

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\ I LAMAR Evidence Greene-i ';' hibit Railroads from Owning
bEPARTED FROM NEW ORLEANS
PENSACOLA GRAVING TREASURY RECEIPTS LAST :
MEASURE IN THE' Whole Business Center 'Wrecked/ I
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nor Trial. DOCK PLACED FIRST IN IMPORTANCE MONTH WERE F.OUR AND A Indian Territory Coal THURSDAY AND WERE REPORT.

HOUSE, BUT ADMINISTRATION Terrific and Fire .
by Cyclone
OVER OTHERS HALF MILLIONS IN EXCESS OF Lands. ED OFF 'PENSACOLA BAR LATE '
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AIDED BY JOHN Associated : -
MACHINE By Press.
l' ,Savannah, Ga.. Mar. 2.-In theGreeneGaynor RECOMMENDED.Special Then Burst Out EXPENDITURES AN.D SURPLUS:: YESTERDAY-TORPEDO BOAT

SHARP WILLIAMS SUCCEEDEDIN case today Judge Associated Press.
.* IS STILL GROWING BONDS' By BLAKELY ARRIVED YESTER-|
IT. Speer declined to admit Into the tes in ,Ruins. -. Washington, Mar. 2.-The senate
PASSING
timony any ''Private checks of 'Mrs. to The journal. .r,<' ACCEPTED AS SECURITY. ..... todapassed the bill providing for DAY. .r,
Oberlin M. Carter, saying that whie! Washington Mar 2.COngressmanLamar \ settlement of the affairs of the five hb' .
they might have some bearing upon appeared this before RESCUERS ARE NOW SEARCHING civilized tribes. Under guise of consideration
morning
Special to The Journal.V.asnmgton the government's -case. so far as pos : of the bill, the senate The vessels of the Coast Squadro -
D. c.Iar.. 2.-ThSt
,ate committee on the Philippine;$ ity which would be consequent upon House of Representatives 'and urgedan Washington,Mar. :Secretary! of the, discussion of the railroad question. Mardi Gras celebrations at Mobile .

!oaaIM: a vote of S to 5 refused tc their introduction into the evidence. appropriation of one hundred FOR DEAD\BODIES-,Treasury Shaw today announced that The subject was raised by Mr. LaFollette's New Orleans and Natchez, although i

-pof; the Philippine tariff bill favor Such part of the testimony as relat t thousand dollars to begin the con WIRES ALL DOWN AND CITY! he would make temporary deposits of proposed amendment to' the expected in port ;yesterday failed toff
ed to Carter's transactions allow Indian bill prohibiting railroad companies with the of the tor-
ai': me senate. The Democratic was struction of : arrive exception ?
0 a stone graving dock at funds in United States deposi-!
,umoeis of the senate committee ed to go in, the government contend.! CUT OFF FROM WORLD IN TOTAL public :' and their stockholders from ,pedo boat Blakely, which came rote
w.'r.* against! the bill. ing that it constituted a link in the' the Pensacola navy yard. tory banks amounting to ten million!'acquiring coal lands in Indtan Terr during the day and Is now lying ort f
Tins bill seeks to reduce the duties chain of evidence by which the division I This amount was recommended by DARKNESS. i dollars, subject to *call, for return:'tory and was argued until almost the the navy yard the battleship Texas/

CD tobacco sugar rice and otheiciodur'.s in thirds of the alleged spoils isI the secretary of the navy.. Several about July 10. I close of the session.Notwithstanding and torpedo boats Porter and Du\l.
s from the Philippines to 2 5 calculated by the government. It is stone graving docks have been recom I. !Mr LaFollette has pont being! delayed by the heavy, t
nien'Q'ed by the but He said the treasury departmentin been .in' the senate less than three k
cent of the Dingley rates. The; contended that on the same day that navy department By Associated Press: I southeast gale of yesterday. The
. per barter Mr. Lamar-quoted to the Naval Affairs February locked up four and a half: weeks he led the debate and occupied battleship was spoken by wireless
deposited 2400.00 in his wife'sname
.
laxcd 73:; of; distance
present cent
.n at per Mobile Mar. 2.-A long
there was a division between Committee the opinion of Admiral En- I Itelepho million dollars by excess of government I I more time than any other. He conStended late yesterday afternoon several miles 3
rates.
: th Diasley
conspirators and that a few dais,dicott chief of the bureau" of yards e' message to the Hem from, receipts; over expenditures, and, that th3 prohibition containerin off the harbor where she in company e
. This bill] was vigorously opposed bj; subsequently Carter received a check I and docks showing that the navy de )Meridian Miss., says -tornado accompanied five million by excess of deposits of' his amendment was necessary to with the two torpedo boats, were
'Si- Florida delegation in the house partment placed the proposed Pensa by heavy rain struck that; the of! prevent the railroads from controllingthe weathering the storm.
from her for $2,000 which he endorsedfor : lawful money for redemption
: of representatives: as injuriously af I cola graving dock first in importance city this afternoon at 6:30.: The]! national bank circulation over the coal business in Indian Territory. It is expected1 that the vessels will
in
deposit the Union Trust Com-
. feting! !' Florida tobacco growers ant]. stove all others. storm center was: in the soittfcern pore actual redemption.For Several l other senators while express- all 'be In early this morning provided
New York.MEETING
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: fODai-i-o manufacturers. Hepresentaiv ,pan) Mr. Lamar has strong hops that the tion of the city and particularly: this reason the secretary<<: an ing themselves in sympathywith the I the :weather moderates. An unusually
1 w. B. Lamar iias been especiallY; committee will report the appropriation heavy along Front street, one of rho pupose of 'the amendment raised constitutional heavy"sea' was running all of yesterday .
nounced he would deposit $10,000,000,
t at",\'e in opposition to it and he made i objections. amendment
favorably. principal business street. the the in the gulf and this together
amount at
OF THE placing entirely
:: against! it in the house laid the table.
sit speech was. on with the high wind, made entrance to
Nearly every house on1 Front street important centers of New York, Boston .
_" Toll tobacco and sugar growers ali It is reported has been demolished.The Philadelphia Baltimore, .Chicago,I the harbor somewhat hazardous.It .
over the country have been fighting;; RETAIL CLERKS MISS JELKS IS known how long the
is not Just
* from
Armour Packing Co.'s plant, St. Louis and New Orleans. The department SUPPLY SHIP FOR
's ihir measure and the cigar makers : squadronwill remain in port, but It
which the is receivedby
message being accepts! as security, satisfactory
everywhere have been seek that the annual target
nniona ia
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NAMED SPONSORDAUGHTER long distance is the on''building the basis of expected
; bonds on ninety ;
".> 15 to defeat It. .\..delegation of to- per ATLANTIC FLEET practice will take place off this city
left standing and the. .roonof--this Is cent face value.SPONSORS
) .to growers from Qadsden county;, INTERESTING SESSION VAST .. **** :-. .,. t ,.. .": ... ,w ctlp. ...- -' .' before the vessels: sail for the north
gone. "
: Florida, appeared before the house : 'The New Orleans Picayune of yesterday
NIGHT-WILL MEET AGAIN Fire broke'Qut in the ruins and des-
.. committee against: the bill. OF ALABAMA'9 GOV. AT contained the following rda* ;
The bill has been strongly! urged by SUNDAY.A pite the heavy rains the flames burn- CELTIC WILL BE FITTED OUT tive to thi departure of the vessel;;;,
t the administration: and it parsed the ERNOR IS HONORED BY AP. ed fiercely A number of 'bodies are detailed to attend the Mardi Gras"
reported to be in the ruins and toe FOR CONTINUOUS: :SERVICE
THE REUNION that
.t MUSe by the aid of the Republican celebration in city:
POINTMENT.By rescuers are working by candle light.
Orleans.
: administration machine and what! Left New
The is in total the electric r WORK HAVING BEEN .
small but enthusiastic crowd attended city darkness The Unrted States battleship Texas
. Democraets John Sharp Williams
' the Retail Clerk's mass meeting lighting plant having been put N and the torpedo boats Porter and Du-'
mild! unite in its support The bill .i AUTHORIZED.
By Associated Press. v
in the old Armory building last qut of business.
.. left this city for Pensacola yesterday
>tl 11) Associated Press pont
. probably into the
never get senate
Macon Ga.Mar.:2 Lamar Williams,
evening to hear Henry M. Walker The tornado did -great damage to morning after a most pleasantf
: tor tote upon it.HEAVY Montgomery, Ala., Mar. :.-Com- commandant of the Georgia Division
General Organizer the American other points adjacent to Meridian and stay of a -weak. The departure waa
> Federation ,of Labor., Owing to the mander-in-Chief Owen of the Sons ot, all trains entering Meridian: were delayed Sons of Confederate Veterans, has A new supply ship for the Atlantic attended with: a noisy demonstration
inclement weather only a few ladies'Confederate Veterans today named as indefinitely. The Western appointed Miss Lila W'.llingham as fleet has been authorized by the Navy on the part of the steam craft In tb'1
RAINFALL
were present.Mr. sponsor for the reunion at New Orleans Union Telegraph Company is reportedto sponsor: and the latter has selected nE'.partment.and the work of fitting harbor and the big battleship hero
Walker reviewed the progress Miss Katherine Jelks daughter -1 have lost fifteen miles of wires and Miss Kathaleen McGregor as her maid her our will begin soon at the Brooklyn self, tdok part In It by firing a nation.
: THIS MORNING of the clerks movement In recent', of Governor Jelks; maids of honor; the Postal also suffered great dam- of honor at the reunion. Miss Sarah! Navy Yard.. The steamer Celtic al salute. .
'' Misses Mary Morris Clarke of Mobile is for the Georgia been chosen for this service. The
. years, calling attention to the recent', age. Wiadiey sponsor has The little torpedo boats cast loose
-- changes in the laws of the Retail ; and Julia Fulton Williams .\ late estimate of the fatalities division: United Confederate Veterans Army and Navy Register of recent from' the Wharf' and started down the
Clerk's International Protective \sso-I daughter of Congressman John Sharp and Miss Rose Cruthfield her maid of date contained the following regarding river first and soon after the. battleship -
STREETS WERE FLOODED WITH ciation which now guarantees a Williams. (Continued on Page Six) honor. the matter; weighed anchor, and. making a; *
, benefit of $0.00'per week and burial Arrangements have been made at successful turn In the strong current
SEVERAL INCHES OF WATER insurance of $200.00. Hi dwelt upon the Brooklyn navy yard for the outfitting pointed her nose downstream and was

, IN SHORT TIME. the necessity of ,a thorough organization of the Celtic for continuous soon lost to view around the bend.It .
of all wake-workers and the unityof service as supply ship for the Atlantic Is Believed that there were few'
,
interests of different crafts, He 4rA fleet. Repair work necessary to be er desertions from the Texas than
claimed that the merchants are fast "a'one on board the Celtic.has' been au have been recorded on any previousvisit
Probably the heaviest rainfall ever learning the fact that tueir interests thorized by the Navy Department.,and of a warship to this harbor and
Qperienced in Pensacola was witness- are with the organized workmen because it Is expected that the vessel will be !this speaks well for the contentment':,

! M his morning for ten minutes, commencing the well paid mechanics made "'; .; ; ready to leave for southern waters of the mon on board, and the character
I at 1:35 and continuing until the best customers and consumed ;' C during the first week in February. In of the officers. The men who
1 14a.I of the commodities handled by \ the meantime, something like $40,000 had been ashore Monday and Tuesdayand
J So heavy was the rain that when the more merchant. 'i/[? worth of ;provisions will be purchasedfor overstayed their leave, had timeto

! It struck the roofs It made a sound His remarks were frequently punctuated shipment to the ships In the recover from the effects of their1

j awembling a heavy hail storm. With- by applause and it was afccideJ south." "trip to the leach and got back
J> rsree minutes the streets drains to hold another meeting in the same aboard before the sailing.. It was, a]

I' C'Uf'r.I, ('Ie.II'ere completely flood hall at 4 p. m.. \Sunday i in; order to Sv 4 i.'..-.' STEAMER FORT In noticeable,port this fact Carnival that the were blue as.Jackets a rule i
water nearly a foot deep atom clerks as i- '
allow as many "
j ,, points on Palafox street. Some the ladies, to hear Organizer K j'\ '::t' ,an orderly set. and figured In na
\ .
.' brawls of any consequence.The
II oai) toll, but it Is thought not enoughto Walker. GAINES MISSINGBy monitor Arkansas en rout
do( serious damage.PRIVATE Mr. Walker also expects to speak to
from Natchez tied l up at Bayou Sara
the members of Typographical Unionat and not arrive here
halL. last night, may
the same -
in
2 p. m. Sunday until t&night.
CLAIM Associated' Press.
SURPRISE PARTY "FORMISS '. Mobile Mar. 2.-Crave fears:are entertained
VIVIAN BYRDA for the safety of the freight LONGWORTH
BILLS PASSED steamer Fort Gaines which is sixty MRS. R

number of friends of Miss Vivian hours overdue from Bocas Del *Toro

Byrd surprised her at her home 514 B. H. with a cam; of bananas, for a WAS SEASICKBy
street last night the occasion local firm. Vessels arriving over the
ONLY Kayne
ONE OUT OF 25 WAS DE. being a farewell entertainment as ,the +r 4lrI route taken by the steamer. report- no
for Clarkson. sight of the vessel.
FEATED IN AN ALL DAY'SSESSION young lady will depart -
Tenn.. during the week, where she Associated Press 'f
YESTERDAY.By will hE"feoafterreside., her father hav CONSOLATION GAME WON Tampa, Fla.. Mar. %.-Mr. and Mr, ;
ing already taken 'up his residence BY Y. M.' C. A. REDS :Nicholas Ixmgworth arrived on the
there. The evening was most enjoyably steamer ascotte from Havana this
spent by the following ladies and The "consolation" game given the afternoon. The' steamer encountered
Associated Press.fiashington gentlemen: Mr. and Mrs! Chas. Byer.Mr. Y. M. C A. Red by the Classical rough weather Thursday and Mrs.
Mar. -The first prlraft and Mrs. Frank \Vh9'ler.Ir.. and School was one of the fastest games Longworth suffered from seasickness S
aims of this session of the fifty. Mrs W V. McDonald, Mrs. GIddens: seen this season in the Y. M. 'C. A. They left at 8:40: to-night over the
oath!! ron res3 occupied< the house tot :Mrs! Brittian, Misses Ella and Ethei gymnasium.In Atlantic Coast Line for Washington.
!.' bills' being passed. The only Eroughton Belle :Duncan.Annie Moors. two' former games the P C. S. p

;w.which protracted and decidedItL Harvey, Erin Robinson. Sue McGraw boys were victorious by. small mar- IMMENSE GRAIN ELEVATOR
: um was made was one carrying of Hayneville. Ala., Bureher: of St. gins. In this game, however the Reds IS DESTROYED BY FIRE
00 to pay the heirs! of Summel Louis; Gertie McDonald. Dora Sulli showed themselves the better team.

:: Who was seated during the clos- ,'anIrs, J. J. Sullivan Mrs Matthews '" ," Neither team has bad enough practice By Associated Press.Buffalo .
data of the with congress as a ; Messrs. John Egan Clack McGulre. f and consequently the tame was Mar. %. -The Wheeler elevator
!wabwr: : from the first district of, Wra. Bell; Sidn-y Bell Wm exceedingly rouh. some players being capacity 330,000 bushels grain
"0.as! Carolina. The bill was defeatl Zellus. Dudley Barrow Howard PAHAJlL put out on account of injuries. was destroyed by fire to-night Other

l 111 the committee of the whole I White, Olden and E4m r Byrd, and The officials were: Referee, Quina: ; bulJf.ng3 were threatened but the =
III retains its place on the calendar. Hrebert Matthews. umpires Williams and Lurton. Score. firemen confined the flames to one
21 to 15 In favor of the Reds. !builalng. .
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Griggs Chairman Democratic J.

I John R... Walsh, Former Bank -

Congressional CommitteeBy : .1
b President, Now Under Arrest
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Associated Press. tative Flood of Virginia! withdrew .;. )> _

R'aahine o Mar. -The fight fore from the race today and Representative IF -,: By Associated Press federal warrant charging him with!

Airmanship Lloyd, of Missouri, who'.was mentioned Chicago. Mar. %.-John. R.. Walsh, violation of the banking Jaws He
of the democraticnsressional was taken this afternoon to the United ,
clear
; for the place, made it formerlY' president of the Chicago
committee has States marshaTs. office. Great
narrow-
fd down 'to a contest between Rep'reGrfcgs. that he will not be .a candMate.certain The as Mr. Pacific. Ocean to Miss Atlantic-It's a wonderful lot of information we are getting 'National''Bank, which! ,was closed recy was observed by the federal see or-
seems'
election of Grigs some,weeks ago by the comptroller:of '
ficlals and the District Attorney
lentaives! re
of Georgia anJJiepresen he has the solid support of the 'southern arounckthese that little Aw thJ currcncf.w.a.3. .arrut teay OJ1",a fused diacuss-UietButiw ; .'*

a&fl.rr of Rhode Wand. J]I 1 members in :congress. ," ,j diggings-abbut. stripofcland.u. t .* *' f t..;. ;....

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Realty Good; NEW. RAILROAD GRAND: MASTER!: Four Solid Months [.


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: TO GULF OF k:91Aow A. C. BINKlEYAT


: : Had you ever thought of the time you spent- bed in a :

Things to Eat : .- (year? If you occupy your bed an average of 'eight hours J4i J

MEXICOProposed OCAlA i ."- '. day It will make. about four months, won't it? ti :.

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H IS Ceats each,2 for 25 Cents
lu CLUETT. PEABODY ft CO. i I-Tbe Bed Should Be Comfortable j

clIPt_ Pensacolian Delivered Address on
Are made with Royal Baking Powder Line Will Start from Au : :

cake rolls muffins gusta, Ga., and Connect Djd Fellowship Before Tulula and your bed chamber as cheerful as possible. We can f

-bread, biscuit, : put you up a da ndy bedroom suite for $5000 to $6&oo4

various Many Cities. IFYQUWANTto Lodge of that Place., ...,. ,others more,, others less ,and. put on the ejegant bed. *
and all the pastries requiring -
crusts :
stead a soft mattress with gently-yielding springs. Ma:> t

The Ocala Star of Wednesday con- tresses $2.50 to $15.00; springs $2.50 to $.00..* j ji
a leavening or raising agent. The following dispatch: which Is tans the following relative to the ad f i.

self explanatory has apeared In a put all! the stretch to dress of Grand Master A. C. nkley

Risen with Royal Baking Powder, number of newspapers: during the past your dollar that is possible at Tulula that place Lodge: L O. 0.' F., held a i MARSTON & QUINA I

few days under a Baltimore date then come to our well attended meeting ;ast night and ,
: all these foods are superlatively light, line: had the pleasure of vstening to a very .

A syndicate headed':])y Middendorf. big practical and beneficial address by | 108x110 S. Palafox St. Phone 148 Pensarala, Fla. :
sweet tender delicious and wholesome. Grand Master A. Binkley.. of Pen- .
Williams & Co., of Baltimore and Jno. sacola. Among the things he said! on ..........o......................... ...............4
Skelton Williams, of Richmond, have ., ,
Powder is the the good of the order. he spoke of his
Baking greatest ODD AND -
Royal
acquired several email railroad linesin experience last summer in Indana:
the south, which they will connect wiien he absented h.mself from Pensa ........+..t.+. .4.................$4..............$444
of time and labor savers to the pastry and form a new trunk line from Au cola during the yellow fever. He

gusta, Ga.-to the Gulf! of Mexico. The END SALEand said he was more than ever convinced: i "A NEW BROOM SWEEPS CLEAN." j

cook. < Besides, it economizes flour, total mileage of the new systems, that Odd Fellowship was the real, .,
when extensions planned are completed genuine! helpful thing. That as soon .
will be about 450. as his brethren knew that he was a : i
best of all makes
butter and and It follows naturally then that a broom tIsjew as Ion; !
eggs, The lines traverse the sections be- take advantage of refugee the right hand of fellowship! as It sweeps clean. This broom will reach,into every I

and healthful tween Augusta and 'Valdosta Ga., a the TREMENDOUS was extended. He pad: the Odd Fellow : corner crack and cranny and it will stay;new longer *
the food more digestible distance of about 200 miles. Less lodges: of Indiana many of which *
han many brooms.. Nice smooth handle;,. 4cn;, clean t t.i
BARGAINS. You know
than 100
miles of :
new road will haveto he visited during his three month'ssojourn .
four strings.
be built to connect those, already they are Winter Weightsand a high compliment. He said .. straw __ t'
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purchased. in the exercise in the lodges no rituals -
Some of the roads that have been MUST GO. Just were used every officer knowinghis : FOR 25 CENTS. 1 i

; ROYAl BAKING POWDER CO.. NEW YORK. bought are the Augusta and Florida, shan't carry them over. part thoroughly and so far as appearances -
I recently completed between Keysviile went cne would think there' : Pure, fresh foods are, necessary to health. You should. *

J' -- ---, ----- : Ga., and Midvilie; the Swainsvle]] and was no such a thing as a ritual so e. : therefore. insist: on having only that which Is fresh an.I *
4 Red Bluff railway, from Midvilie to perfect were all in their parts. He : pure. In Pensacola you get them from I
MEYER SHOE .
S wains ville; the Douglas, Augustaand CQ. also spoke of the interest a working for'c
ElF1UO6I _CARRABELLESpecial II Gulf' railway, from Barrows Bluff team gives a -lodge and urged the 14 W Garden LAZ JACOBY ThetLopula' :
]I to Nashville. <.. _. $
Feet Furnishers For Folks, Ocala lodge to form one. The members Phone 183: Grocer. J ,'tea'S 1

not The been plans of purchasers have of Tulula lodge feel deeply grateful ..... ..................,...................... ?
worked out as yet; except to Grand Master Binkley for the anIJ'Spf
Special to The Journal. to The JournaL that it is their Intention to build an 102 South Palafpx St. admirable advice tendered them and ,

Muecogee. Mar 2.-Mrs. W. R.I Carrabelle, '.Iar.: 2.-On ,Tuesday extention to Tallahassee, Fla.. at the hearty invitation extended to be
f,,Vaughn" visited her son 'Mr. Walter evening at 8 o'clock Mr. 'Uames Russell which point connection will be' made present In Pensacola: during the meeting
Vaughn of Mobile. Ala., and attended: and Miss Nettle Marsh were unit. :with roads now* reaching the Gulf of the grand lodge in ApriL The NEW METHOD LAUNDRY 107
'I the MardI Gras. I ed in holy wedlock at tho Methodist of Mexico.It NEGRO KILLED BY Odd Fellows are making extensive
1 'Mrs. C. Bowman and children. oft I IF'Jomaton. church Rev. S. J. Giles officiating. is understood that the Augustaand preparations for tlbe meeting and degree -
: Ala.. visited her mother,'The.church was decorated with ever Florida will immediately be ex I teams of both the Odd Fellows E. W. LAWRENCE Proprietor Mo 8 Waif R.m*.. St. t Phone 18&
;Mrs. O. Merritt. during the past we?k. greens and well, flllea' with relativesand tended from Keysville to Augusta a TRAIN AT MILTON and Rebekahs are In training to do Wa
'Mr. and Mre. George Hardy of Selpna friends who assembled to witness distance of about twenty-five miles. the finest work ever seen In Florida. .__
3 Ala.. ar& visiting her-sister, Mrs.SE. the ceremony. A bountiful repast.was It is also contemplated to build an Emer: Cline grew so enthused over Fine lot of Diamonds at exceed.ng'y: : !
Watley and relatives ot this place. extension of about miles Grand Master low prices for a "tew days only. Ask
served at the home of the bride'sfatherS ; ten to a connection CHARLIE ODOM MANGLED Binkley's address he Diamonds!
Mr. John Welih. Jr.. and family and Mr. Tom Marsh and in the with, the Mitten and Vidalla i BADLY had to be held down lest he would to see them. e-
: several friends attended the funeral hall on a large table was displayed on the Seaboard Air Line system. WHILE ATTEMPTING TO GET rush out at once and charter a car _- J. f". DAVIS. 213 S. Palafox St.
cf hU father Mr. UoHn Welsh, Sr., at many ,pretty and useful pres nts. Another twenty-five mile extension for the 94 members of Tulula Lodgeto
I'owelton on Wednesday.Prof. Everybody seemed happy. The bride probably will be built to Hazelburst ON BOARD-MILON take the trip In. During yesterday
.. Jas. IL Finch: was in Penea- and her maids certainly looked pret. where connection win be made witha afternoon Grand Master Binkley was| .. .. .. .
cola during Mardi Gras antf spent Saturday ty in their ,beautiful white dresses.Mr. forty-mile line to Nashville Ga. NEWS. taken to Silver Springs in Loui3Lang's ; ."
: at DeFuniak.Mr. and Mrs. Russell will make their From Nashville an extension of twen auto, making the trip going in> I i & .l.li ot: ]
; and 'M.rs. J. w. Lange and MARION CURRY CO. I
John;family Mis3 Clara. Sophia and Master home in ;Apalachicola. Valdosta ty-five miles to be will followed be constructed later by an to :.peCial: .to The JournaL seventeen.eighteen minutes'He was and delighted'with returning in1 I> theter-A
Lange. spent several days inPrasacpla ,
extension to Tallahassee a distanceof Milton Mar.Wednesday afternoon: the beauties of Silver Springs and our *
Mrs. Gale during Bonlfay the past attended week.the Champion 'Liniment for Rheumatism.Chas. forty miles. Thg proposed new Charlie Odom, (col.) aged about 20, good road Ocala pleased him and 16, 18, 20 MANRESA STREET, t <
; Mardi Gras in nacola. Drake, a mail carrier at Chap- trunk line will traverse one of the son of An 'erson Odom. in attempting he was surprised to see such 'a large 'IS{
Mr. and Mrs. tf. W. Larkins were inville.: Goon., says: "Chamberlain's richest sections of Georgia and Mor- to board the Florala. train fell and thrifty and substantial looking inter- i PENSACOLA FLORIDA' !iI b ryes
in Pensacola during the Mardi Gras. Pain Balm is the champion of all 'liniments. ida. was fatally Injured. He was carried br'town. Mr. Binkley was also takento ,
Mrs. C. Bowman and sister Miss The past year I was troubled Money to finance to deal has been home In an unconscious condition. see the Marion Farms and noted _
Mabel Merntt. 'were in (Peasacola on a great deal"with rheumatism in, my already supplied and'the.' 'promotersare bleeding j rofoseJy from a wound in the care taken by 'the lessees of the I WHOLESALE-, I Ii .i
shoulder. After trying several cures now busily the backpart of the head and with mos'st'
i businoa<< .* during& the' week. enga'ged upon the state conticts and the sick and dis.abled -
.the $storekeeper here recommended! plans of and other the left arm crushed. He died about : Mr. left !
'Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Bannerman attended extension details Binkley for Oxford
Mardi Gras in Pensacola. this remedy and it completely curedroe. connected with the formation ot the 3 o'clock Thursday morning. this afternoon where tonight he will and Feed I "V:
Grain Stuffs
I The many friends of Master Max ." There is no use of anyone suffering system. The new road to Bagdad is now being address the lodge of Odd Fellows of i Hay; Ii tb
I traveled and It is much .
Burbank who broke his leg several! from that painful ailment when a shorter that place' and then continue his travels tOo'tat
be obtained for route than the old The SteelbOO'ge
this liniment can a one.
Veeks ago are glad to know he is through the state.
convalescent small sum. One application gives La Grippe and Pneumonia. that 'spans Pond Creek' is a West : Exclusive Dealers in Florida.
Any Quantity.
Only
c prompt reUet.and its continued use.fora Pneumonia often follows U grippe thing of beauty; convenience and KILLED A HAIRLESS i eo
short time will produce a permanentcure. but never follows the use of Foley's durability.The SEAL AT KEY WEST Experienced Grade Prices Right. Grades Perfect. : j

For. sale"by all druggists. Koney and Tar. It cures la grippe business portion of our town Is The Miami :Metropolis publishes the .t Trial Order Solicited. Write for Prices. datheTb.\..
I coughs and prevents pneumonia and row lighted by electricity, 'but for followingfrom its Key West ,Bureau
-- ccnsumption. Ask for Foley's Honey some reason lights have not yet been Sunday a party of young men went: t Telephone 208. P. O. Box 661. .
I THE HALL OF FAME. and Tar and refuse substitute put in the abidances. Our wives
any are out for a cruise and fish. While in ..i..................... : pas
fered. Mr. G. Vacher of 157 OsgoodSt. looking forward with Intense 'eager- Jewish channel they saw a large object ........., ............. ...... .
It is announced that King Edwardwill ., Chicago writes wife to the time when
"My bad a ness they can dispense in th3 water and on getting near .Mu'J
% Soothe.the ttyoat.and stop a go to Athena in the spring to at severe case of la grippe three years wIth the smoky lamps. Who to it struck it 'With a pair of grains.
:hackingt couh. A safe and tend the Olympian games. ago, and It left her with a terrible says Milton is not coming to the It proved to ?>e a. monster seal, and The Home Doctor. der
I .Dimple Sold in cough. She tried a bottle of Foley's front? Use ipecacuanha as an emetic: in sudden
# remedy. only boxe. John D., Rockefeller has subscribed 'was too much for the five men In the tel
Honey and Tar and it gave her Immediate Mr. Joseph Ollinger formerly of attacks of croup, bronchitis or
20,000 toward the fund for the'new dingy and pulled them around at a ser
; relief. A 50 cent bottle cured Milton, -but now of Atlanta is here five mile gait. whooping cough. OVf
Academy of Music In Brooklyn. "
her cough entirely. Refuse substi this week. Finally it made a charge on the Slight bleeding from the lungs; may be am
( William McNelr, who succeeds An. tutes. W. A. DAlembertet? druggist Dr. and Mrs. Tarrant, and littte dingy and .seeing& it would be impossible treated by giving twenty drops of liq.
Jrew II. AHen as'ihief of the bureau of and apothecary. daughter Mary Adah, of Birmingham, to ]lano) it alive th9 men shot uid extract of witch hazel every two( "1Fir
rolls and library department of state. spent Saturday and Sunday here the and towed it to the large boat. and hours. -

at Washington was 'once a page in the guests of Mrs. Tarrant's aunt, Mrs. W. brought it to Key West. The seal When anything getsinto the eye It is *h
Lenten'Specialti
house.. J. Williams, Sr. measured eight feet and weighed SOO tor
CARD PARTY a good plan to dip a clean feather in
Quite a number of Miltonians ,attended chi
It is exhibition
pounds. on on Front
Princess Ena of Battenberg, who is sweet almond oil raise the lid and
Mardi Gras in Pensacola. III
street and a large crowd have paid !
i- reported' to be engaged to the king of brush the feather across the eye surface
'Messrs. R. A. Bonifay and Rosen *ll
an admission of tan cents to see It.
Spain is the only rojtl child born in ....andiuDANCE stein were business visitors here last The strange fish had no hair but in toward the nose. 1cryo
Scotland for moretthan 300 years-that Thursday.Mrs. all other jDspecta resembles the seals A sore throat should'nevet be neglected -
is since tne.blrtn-of Charles I., in 1600. Wm. Ashlsy who has been caught in Alaska. These seals have especially In the time of epi r
Sir George Rose a former English spending some time with relatives :been seen around Dog Rocks and demics. A cleansing gargle i. made by
master in chancery ws a famous wit. left yesteroa-y: for her.home in Texas. this one no doubt strayed away from dissolving a heaped saltspoonful of salt thf.

On one occasion be said to a jury before ...by... Sie was accompanied as far as Pen. and carbonate of soda mixed in equal wt
scaola her sister-in-law Miss Sara
by nit
quantities in halt a tumbler of water. WEAR
whom he appeared "Do you not BRUSHES THAT
Ashley. tob1
see, gentlemen, that-my lord before tryIng Jewish Ladies' Aid and Council Among those who attended the carS not tear the hair-brushes thai ." {

______ iWa have a specially my.client! bjrs'tried; a joke and re- I rival in New Orleans, from Milton there.Don't strong and serviceable shapel) Ml of
.
.. at..,
selected oerved the point?? Seabrook, Mrs. QIt
stock of choice were Miss Edna REWARD beautiful withal take up quite a th<
: goods for Lent. Some of T. J. Remington of Bennington TL. McDonald, and Dr. C. O. Chunn.Dr. Jump of our showcase and drawer rooat ::0&-1-i
them arc: is the owner of a handkerchief which C. K. of A. HALL, and Mrs. McDougal visited Pen Many forms and sizes ("Militarj 01"" tot'

his great 'uncle, Jarameel Doty, carried sacola Wednesday.Mr. single), many prices. And not !bIr' Tit
-1
when the latter was soldier' in the Monday Night, March 5. and Mrs Bunn of Fairfax. Ga. ; brushes only-tooth brushes!, n&I thi!
SALT FISH ROE, after spending a few week pleasantlywith :1 brushes flesh brushes too. Brush upon
later in the to
Revolution and of
war The friends of these two worthy Mr. and ,Mrs. DaJl ntine. have conclusions and think, because brushes.HOOTON'S. ]
.SALT MACKERAL, 1812. It :was use4 at one time by the Jewish organizations are cordially gone to New Orleans to visit rela. th,
soldier to' 1nd up-his own wounds. invited to attend. tives. ;yon:have suffered so long PHARMACY, tv,

SALT POM/PAN/ Roland B. Mbllneux. in spite of the ':Mr. and Mrs. I 11<. }L Diamond of from chronic PAIN that it is ck
ADMISSION. 25 CENTS.JL. Chumuckla who have been the guestsof The Birthplace Prompt Delivery .
POTOMAC ROE HERRING, fact that he has.already won a certain TlWi
reputation as a writer of short fiction their daughter, Mrs. Joe Brewton incuralle. Whether you call it Phone 1100. "
KIPPERED. HERRING. has decided to,write no more. Mr. Mol- for a few days returned home to-day. t -- II,
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The residence "The Hill- -
on tfj
pretty rheumatism backache
neuralgia -
ineuz very much enjoys writing it Is ,
SMOKED SPRATS, recently built by Chas. Hamilton la of
he:finds ltJaborious. Two stories
but
: said now occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Wade earache toothache head. ta
t CANNED SALMON. ,a.year is all that he finds himself ,
Jernigan.
I CANNED LOBSTER, able to accomplish.Joee David McDavid. Jr.. of Chumuckla,, ache, a sprain, indigestion or r BRINGYOUR 1
Estrada Palma son of the president visited relatives in Milton and Bag of
I CANNED SHRIMP, .of Cuba, is a railroad omce clerk dad this week. some internal trouble, which .

CR33MARTY, BLOATERS.Send in,the City of. Mexico where he is expected don't rightly know the I
I. you
to remain until be attains the '" t1.e. For Common sail.
: I promotion for' which his ability and TDE' LENTEN Put a pinch of salt in whites of eggs nature, the surest and most 'WAKKANT 'for the arrest of this'wo Itt.

order I trustworthiness.justify him in looking. when heating: them; also use it when man. She Is.about 26 years of age

phone us or jour messenger and by ,The young man 'passed nearly, all his whipping cream. reliable relief and cure is weighs 135 pounds thick_ dark hair 1II

: it will be filled as : life in.this country. Season Place salt in oven under baking tins high forehead, brown eyes five feet WIFEand flIt
of, their ffAMLINS WIZARD OIL.
promptly as If you were Among the clerks In Washington Is in order to prevent scorching high., wears Xo. 6 shoes ,upper teeth

on the spot yourself. Mrs. Anna Gridley mother of the naval contents. gold filled]) and,on-e crowned' tooth She L,
to whom said at Manila __ I Put salt In cold water when you wish This medicine acts
captain Dewey directly has long fingers with round nails. Kitchen
II family to the Kandy t1t
to cool a disk. _.
"Ton *fire when are I :
you
may
Put salt in whitewash to make it upon the nerves and blood Plump of figure and fairly pretty. Her for dinner. It will be *
ready. She herself is the widow of an -
Smoked n'aU
Smoked Salmon.
maiden tr was' Thompson, which
stick. from the usual program Fas:
change
officer killed in the Monitor-Merrimac
Ibut Smoked Bloaters. Hal.j Use salt for cleaning piano keys vessels in such a way as. to relieve name she has possibly assumed.
duel. Mrs. Gridley.has Just celebrated Herring. Cod Fish (fancy), Wire sheriff DeFunlak. Springs. and they'll appreciate It. Eer
for ,eightieth birthday and has been ''St-le Cod Fish I knife handles and glass spotted by inflammation, reduce Florida: $50.00 reward. for the child. thing we serve is the best

Sol 'Cahn & CO. forty years at her desk Pickled Roll Herrings Tongues I I Lard water. alcohol willremoegrease Fisher .Monroe Douglas. This! woman money can buy and the cooking
j Salt dissolved in and drive d
and Sounds. Marinirte Herring swellings, out the <
Colonel H. B.: Maxon of Reno Nev.. Florence Wood kidnapped him from 1 Is "as like IU
clothing.Use you
II stains from III]
!
11 afraid his accident insurance policy Anchovies Mackerel.ROSENAU&GERELDS. Freepoft, 51a. on the night of September
exact of
stains
ink trouble
fromcarpetwhentheinkisfresh. which
I The Pure Food Store, will be canceled. Within the last three I salt to remove cause to Cth. 1905." The_child; Is 6 years old,
years he has fallen down a mining -, ) before the pain is due. Price 50 cents fair skin light hair, has npper" fore OUt
washing to
,H vC shaft breaking both legs;-been knocked Rub salt on prints teeth rotted off; .rery plump weight (
uUt.lit t.rtllr Palafox and-lntwdtida across a Los Angeles street by an automobile set their color. and $1.00. FuI1.guaranteed.! about 50 pounds'; very bright child. -
To make a candle burn all night'put Expenses Patel. both ways delivering
has been in three railroad Kitchen Cafe
finely powdered salt on it until the salt child to DeFunlak Springs Fla. In addition Kandy
: Phones{ .JiS wrecks, participated In an automobile of the wide In For Rale and 't
The Fancy Grocers, reaches the black part rccommende4by to the J50.00 reward. .
smashup in Salt Lake City and seven this way, a mild and steady light may WHITE'S PHARMACY. H. A. DOUGLAS 104 S.Palafor. Phor.e 999 ais.
.weeks ago. was. trampled nearly to Phone 391.< ften.acola. be kept all through the night by anal. ; Pensacola. Fla. Father of the chili.
jleith b>: some horses, piece of candle. Ph '1k o, Night Phone 448. --DeFSprings" Fla.



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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SATURDAY, MORNING MARCH 3, 1906 "
PACE THRM .'

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HIGH. WIND AND RAIN -.. 1 u ryijn--& xr Ln-n-n- >- > n



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Easter Suit NowMr. Wind five Reached Miles Velocity Per Hour of at Forty NEGRO mD[ AS .



1:10: p. m. RESULT r'Of



F, C. Lake, an experienced cutter rep-. GALE CONTINUED THROUGHOUTTHE During the entire coming week, the manufacturers ...

resenting' Ed. V. Price & Co., Chicago's DAY AND RAINFALL of the world-famous : ,;

famous tailors, is here to-day, taking orders AMOUNTED TO 1.78 INCHESNO : '

for spring and summer. DAMAGE REPORTED FROM OUNDS'Wa '

Pet Evaporated Cream 1
Come in and let him take your measure ANY SECTION OF THE CITY :

Ign-day. "General" s At- .." te*

We have the finest selections of patterns ever Pensacola was yesterday treated to tacked on Tuesday Night Died will give a practical demonstration of their very ., ;! &

shown.in Pensacola.The March weather with a vengeance, a .t
' N ,heavy southeast storm breaking over Yesterday Morning. superior product in our store.

:' FIT and WORKMANSHIP is GUAR- the city in the early morning hours

ANTcED. If the suit don't fit you, you can'thave and gradually! increasing in violence General Johnson, the negro who This will conducted, by a competent lady demonstrator
:' until shortily after 1 p. m. when the ..
, it. Come in and let us'show you, even wind attained a velocity} ; of forty- was attacked on the bridge at Romana direct- from the manufacturers who will

if don't care tobuy now.STA1IDARDfiOTHIl1GflJ. arId{ Al&uiz streets Tuesday night ,
you
five hourof
miles, within 9 miles
or per i
the March record which was made and fatally injured, by unknown :parties take especial pleasure in serving you Whipped

.died yesterday morning at his
during'' a gale from the southeast on Cream and Peaches Cream
Whipped and Coffee .
,home on Aragon street near Tenth
,
.
.March 23, J901, when the velocity re- '" ::
corded was. fifty-four miles per hour. avenue. Lizzie Norris/ a colored? E Whipped Cream and Chocolate Delicious Oyster t
: woman with whom Johnson is said to ,
No damage was reported in the city .
have had some trouble.was' arrested Stew and Ice Cream. .
and, as faras could be learned there upon the charge of inflicting the injuries ,

was no damage to vessels in the bay but the evidence taken before

: J ,the gale coming early enough In the the coroner's jury was not sufficient While down town drop in and, test by taste
morning to allow of all small vessels upon, which to hold her.for the crime. ,
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being run to places of safety. Immediately after the death of these good things. Your will be appreciated
: At two o'clock Friday afternoon Observer iohnson Coroner 'Land ruin summoneda presence M.
Reed in charge of the local jury, of which H. K. Davis was and
. weather bureau gave out the following aiac'e: foreman and after hearing all your palate delighted.
: FLORIDA CURIOSITIES. statement: the evidence in the case the jury

e Ln'e and Stuffed Alligators ready I Observer Reed's Statement. returned the following verdict: I
G GRAND LODGEKNIGHTS The Jury's Verdict.
: for sttpmnt. "The southeast winds over Pensaco'la -
,
"We the Jury, 'find tfie.J deceased
,
. Orange wood canes with alligator I increased considerably' after 12:30p. : I
came to his death from mortal wouna'sunlawfully' ( I
: lead?, 75c. m., reaching a rate of thirty-six.: I
Sea Shells and Shell Jewelry. Shell miles an hour at 12:51 p. m.; at 1:10it inflicted by some personor
Wood Novelties. Leather Goods a was blowing at a .rate of forty-five persons to the jury unknown"Dr.
and
OF C. W DAlemberte. who actedCoroner's

:J Specialty.MR.. C. N. McCLURE. miles miles by and 1:15 decreased p, m. and to to thirty-two thirty-six, aa physician, testified that SOL CAHN & CtO.
the wounds on body of deceased were
Opera House:; Building miles at 1:45 p. m., when' it had veered as! follows: Stab on neck fatal; stab
'
lOT': E Government St Pensacola. Fla. to the south."Southeast on shoulder; stab. on right breast;
storm warnings were '
PYTHIAS '; stab under right shoulder 'blade;
displayed during the passage 'of this!
: either stab or bruise over }left eye. I
R. K.: WHITE, storm and a special observation was There is clue to" the perpetrator -
Watchmaker, Manufacturing Jeweler taken and sent to the central, office of crime.no ." _. ... "'" ... ...... ." .....__ = ,
and Graduate Optician. the weather bureau advising them of I of the 1 I c' '(.l '(.l '(.l iCL r.l 'e- rL. r.l 'L' r.l '(.l r4j
i I I } h
y 30 S. Palafox St., Psnsacola, Fla. the conditions passing over the city.' A Chicago Alderman Owes His Elec -
k Palatka is Making Great Preparations "The rainfall from 7 a. m. to 1:15' tion to Chamberlain's Cough .... Ztr
.. inch .. .$ .f .
of this
-- - p. m. amounted to .77 an ; Remedy."I c. -.. .
for Enfertainment-There general rain began at 4:30: a. m.. and can heartily and conscientiously t
; TERSELY TOLD up to 7 a. m. .28 of an inch had fal recommend Chamberlain's Cough AmusementsLast

. March 14, 15'; and 16. len. The thunderstorm attendingthis Remedy for affections of the throat *
. condition came from the south and lungs," says Hon John Shenick. ak
. W r. Best a well known resident -- and was passing over the northern I 220 So. Peoria St.. Chicago. "Two ..r if ; ,
: of Holley is in he city. The twenty-first annual session of horizon at 1:45 p. m." years ago tfurins a political campaignI

t A, P. Hardee. of Milton, war-ambng theGrand; !- dge ,of '.Florida., Knights Heavy Thunderstorm.A I caught cold after being overheated, Night's Play.
. he business visitors in the city of :Pythias, r-will beheld: in Palatka, heavy thunderstorm broke over which irritated my throat and I seas The "Mayor of Tokio" is a breezy ;
the city at :3":10 p. m. during the compeHed .to stop, ,as ,1 could
: terday. yeS-r March 14th, 15th. and 16th. The railroads course of which .73 of an inch of rain I snot speak"loud. In my |xtremity a musical comedy, made up, of a mix
: offered round trip rate 1 to Chamber- ture of features which ;would strengthen
R. Lynn Weekley and: Win. have a fell making the total rainfall for the friend advised me use ;
Y burn of Foshee. Ala., were in the c tyJ of one and one-third fare, plus 25 day from 4:30 a. m. to 5:30: p. m. lain's Cough Remedy. I'.took two any play! of that nature. 1. i. 'eN'll
yesterday on business. cents, (certificate plan). The hotels 1.78 Inches. High southerly winds poses that afternoon and could not Richard Carle himself did not appear
T It1rs f continued until 5:25 m. when er believe my senses when ,,r'found the
p.
have offered' a rate of $2 a day. The ; but the part was played by
. the inflamation had
tq
< Jas. R. Landrum leaves this moderated somewhat, but continued next morning
2 morning for Mobile on a visit to.hero general program ''s' as follows: brisk throughout'' the.nl;h't..., The temperature largely subsided. I took several doses his understudy who is a very clever
IsterIn. Frank C. Horton. Wednesday, March 14. had .fallen considerably by, that nay. kep\:jight'on talkfcw' through comedian and tJnders'ands'\be: art of i
I campaign and I thank: this medicine winning. over the audience practicallya ir i1'LL
: 9 a m.-Public ceremonies. at C as- 2 a. m. and a cold .wave is predicted the
o You do not "know real estate" in tie HalLInvocation for. tonight and tomorrow.In tf that I won my seat in theCouncil. swell as Carle himself.. I
: tlrs city unless you keep yourself up connection with the gale of yes- ." This remedy. Is for sale by: all The attendance was not very large,
. to date by reading all of the real estate !, Rev.. Francis H. Ilichey information druggists. due probably to the bad weather.
: ads. Nothing changes overnight' Address 'of 'welcome on behalf of terday the following The curtain went" up on a beautiful \\lr F
1 :0 frequently as real estate value the city. Hon. E. E. Haskell, municipal which was furnished by Observer!: TURTON AND BELL"HAVE JUST stage setting, but) neither the pretty '
.1i i judge. Reed last night will'prove.of inter- RECEIVED A NEW LOT ,OF FILMS girls, garbed in tfazzling costumegtnor 1 1, itCrfQ
. Mrs. O. E. Courtney and little Response, M, W, Stewart, grand est'I i I AND KODAKS. the comedians, nor music, as they :_ w73ail 4V
: daughter. Adelaide, who have been chancellor. The highest wind for the :year of: came on in turn seemed to arouse
,
. the 1 guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben H.I 10 a. m.-Convening of the Grand 1905 was 48 miles from the southwest the audience at first. Gradually

; Thomas .518 East Government for the' Lodge. on December Slat and the highest for, THE 'HALL OF FAME; :. however the coldness melted away
. PSt; week returned to their home in 2 p. m.-Afternoon session Grand last March was thirty-six miles.. The' and enthusiastic applause was heard The coa-Parson.l1. 1 Man you Wald I t.arts 811 the H.....
Montgomery yesterday 1 Lodge. highest velocity of the wind ever re-j from all parts of the house and the make your sermons a little i ..er. "Jonah lived m< the wtate 'three 4"
la
::30 p. m.-Public addresses In the corded in March was fifty-four miles Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman climax >was reached when the come- The Preacfeer (pleased)-Wby: Ml ani tits.. nights,'my on." ,
Ten defendants said to be the'first prime minister of The Deacon-Well its"_. U*. I hard- "*
Dld j have
were before Recorder opera house.Introduction. from the southeast on the 23rd, in dian and his chorus sang "I Like a stateroom" par r
before it'a time to ret upw
i Laney in the municipal court yes, of Supreme Chancellor 1901. The highest velocity of the purely Celtic'strain. You." When the final curtain went beet to sleep

terday. Two were discharged one Charles EL Shiv ly. wind on the records of the station is Dn: Harrington of tbe :Massachusettsboard down the boys went out of the opera -- -- ---- - .
sentence suspended one case turned i Address. C. B. Parkhill P. G. C.. seventy-two miles from the north on of health says "the majority of house whistling the catchy airs. -
ovpr to tile county and fines imposed "The Relation'of Charity to a pthianKnight the 7th of July in 1896. people are going pure food crazy"Professor ecause we make medicines for them. ,
amounting to $20. ." The following summary of weather' Edward Leidfreed of Phil. Gagnon-Pollock Co. h R They know all about Ayer's Cherry Pec (

There will be union Addess \V. H. Ellis, supreme: representative conditions was given in the daily bulletin adelphia has been elected dean of the The theatregoing public of todayare Y e fi r toral, so they prescribe it for coughs, t
service the
a at
Practicedby
"Benevolence as yesterday. than ever to bronchitis weak 'r
First Baptist church i American Commercial Schools institution more exacting even colds, lungs, consump- ,
Sunday night Pythians.AdaTess. The western disturbance is now their popular priced amusements. A tion.They trust it. Then you can. afford
hlch will 1>* participated in by the : W. R. O'Neal P. S. R., central over Nebraska with increased In Chicago.J. few years ago they were glad to say to trust it. Sold for over sixty
(congregations! of The First Baptist "The Rathbone !Sisters." intensity: ; it is causing general rains 0.' Davidson, governor of Wisconsin "Well that was pretty good for ten, to D 0 C to rs w.It.....I< church and the East Hill and West I Address, R?v. \\'i1UamVilson De from the Gulf of Mexico northward to thirty years ago walked the streetsof twenty and thirty cents." But to-day tile 1_'lu.f.t1..f 77MiiGt.Y. _L C..Ar..C. .
hill) Baptist churches. The services HhJt, supreme representative, "Py. Wisconsin and snows over the upper' the capital a penniless stranger.. lIe they expect as much from the popular
Mil lerfittIMIss be conducted by Rev. J. W. Sen- thian Reminiscences." and lower lakes in Minnesota and in began life as a farm band. priced show as they do from any h ___ __ _ _
10 p., m.-Ball at the armory. Kansas. There were thunderstormssince When Obadiah Gardner master of other.

t Ethel Ltoyd, the charming Thursday, March 15. 7 p. m. Thursday in Arkansas the state grange of Maine, completeshis Consequently when Mr. Bert Gag r
Young actress who, as a member of, 10 a. m.-Morning session Grand Eastern Texas and Southern Alabama present term be will have held,the non put together Gagnon-Pollock!. BUTTERICK PATTERNS. '
the "'Mayor of Tokio" company; Lodge. attended by heavy rain at Mo office longer by some years than any Stock Company this season he ha-1
this fact in mind. Emery feature of them now for spring dresses. Butterick's are
hieh 1 2 'm-Afternoon session Grand bile. This disturbance Is closely followed Buy your
played at the opera house, last p. of his predecessors.
the most
has been given
fashionable.
fair and much colder: weather the show most
aKhi::; delighted those fortunate enough Lodge. by bankers of Paris and p
Bros.
Lazard careful attention and no detail overlooked
. 'to attend Is accompanied by her 2 p. m.-Rlver party, for Rathbom temperatures at 7 a.m. ranging 'Spw'York. wade a present to all their that would, aid in making the .
.I visiting ladiesof In the extreme nprthern 10 15 and 20 cents.
n "ner. Mrs. Gilbert Lloyd, formerly Sisters to which young from 22 decrees ,
,d '' the'city. are invited. Texas to 6 degrees below zero in employees of an amount of money performances complete.The .

It V Harrington late Mr. Hi who..dDi is>.a Mrs.daughter Lloyd of 4:30 P. m.-Parade of D. O. K. K.. Wyoming; and, at the same hour it equal to half the entire.year's salaryas plays who embrace attends a wide the performances varietyand oe'ss. ,:I3oo s"tore. '

1. \iI: return to Warrington in the headed 'by \BroL Bolinger's Band. was above45 degrees in Pittsburj, a bonus at New Year's.Dr. no one fail to find one or more Phone 235. 213 South Palates Strut. ".".aco'"
'r I 7:30 p. Opening ceremonial of Davenport Omaha and Kansas City I E. A.I,8I't'>, an authority on or- can
ttursf of a day or BO. where she will to their liking.
w
it D. O. K. K. while Dodge Ctty: it had fallen to discovered several exactly
tl isi lt relatives and friends for two or the at : ,.nithology, recently numbers 19 people '
The company
and '
tII tfcref weeks. 8:30: p. m.-Public reception 18 degrees where"it was snowing with new species on the summit of Apo, a cleverer bunch of p ogle is seldom -- -- -
' musicale at the Putnam House. westerly wind. The sky is ., anja -- iOrdor
lp a high volcanic mountain of the island of Mindanao shows of this class. The t
in
Rev Ada C. I 11:45 m.- -Banquet for D. O. KFriday over Texas where it is seen Y"o rICE i
'Bowles will conduct p. clearing rapidly } In the Philippine group.A. vaudeville people are not given parts I
the services tomorrow morning and K turning! colder, and conditions: Intel- thespecialties
16. B. Uildrcth.. editor of the in the dramas consequently COALfrom and WOOD
evening; at the Unlversalist church. ; March_ are favorable for fair and colder without ,
I of Charles City, la., is probably follow the acts a
1 llspncer
Grand
. osing: ihe engagement for this time."h 10 t a.- m.-' Morning' session; weather in ths! vicinity tonight and; the oldest editor in the country. "second's wait .: : tlae i
1 subject for the morning service i Ledge Saturday. The winds along the West businessfor i The bill Monday night will b* Hotel Consumers lee and Fuel Company.
'm..oternoon'session; Grand lie has been in the newspaper ,
*il1 be< The Parable of the Rica 2.. p. : Florida coast will shift to" fresh west ". comedy" In three acts
a
I II..etcbworth Turve
Topsy )
seventy years and is now ninety, Office-Corner Chase and Tarragona, Phone 259.
Man and Lodge. and northwest. .
Beggar, and at 7:30 p.m. and one of the brightest plays ever ,
t. w',It urt-ach on "The Model Woman 'The Committees: Cox, who was a stoker constructed.On; r
01' the Rible." Mrs. Bowles leaves General Committee-H. Crook, TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY I ou the first'locomotive that ever got up I Monday night each lady who is

tar'> solo wetalo fill a series'of en- chairman' ; R. H. Cooper secretary;; Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine steam in' America, recently celebrated accompanied by some one having a ; i iE
I ntements;! to lecture and preach In .H. A. Davis, G. C. Bates, :J.: H. Ye!. Tablets. Druggists refund money if it i! his ninety-first birthday in Jamesburg ,I paid 30 ticket will be given a reserved ; ED j aii
"Kbern states, extending to the first vlngton. Jr.. L. ,C. Stephens. fails to cure. E. W. GROVE'S sgnae -I X. J.. lie was born in Chests 1 cssiiiy. seat free. The only stipulation is that. :fOR t.
It Ma> Reception Committea-H. A. Tru ture Is on each box. 25e. I the seats must be. reserved at the advance

man. W.. E. Wattles JX.. Walton, ){. sale before C Pm. Monday t11 .+
.Anwals at the Southern Hotel: D. I Brown. C. H. Gumming L. A Filers for this engagement are 10,
h'':'a6't. Jacksonville; Thomas Lew-is.Smith, L. Jacobsen. R. E. Neck, W ""Grmndmolber' T..." New Idea. I 0_and 30 cents. ffStearns'
:III tCania, F. M. Dikihmus. Joe Wal -I I S Burdftte! E. N. Calhoun, E.J. Gay, Women who have reached the age I LOW RATES I f
*! dew York B. D'all'8, St. A. S. Williard F. J. Fearnsitfe. E. E.I when they, are lot giving any mora j I I
'z-:::,; Homer A, McApe, Virginia;I I I Haskell S. J. Hllburn. J. H. Haugh birthday parties have found a way at TO---- Pa. -

11':" Kcaiirdson< :: and wife. Virginia a.I' ton, S. J. Kennerly, F. A.' Gerber, D last of rivaling the debutantes in attracting I John G. Clark has just retired from St
"jase. Jacksonville; H. J. Cook W. Ramsaur. attention! says the New York I Nashville--------------$10.00 I Bank of California

I arc, "R rite scoti Miss Tennessee Cook, Sam Geo.E." Leigh.C. Tra.,I Press. No longer trying to look younger :; ,: St Louis-__________-___$12.001 I Ii after the service a connection of the of fifty years, firstas f You Can Sweep Up Dead I X '
; I j than tie buds, the elderly) matrons of
re Ilrt) Mai-viand; J. N. Berry. Alabama; of Brookline, that "exclusive" suburb j J Ji' Lo tlisvta______ ________12.00'i .paying teller and.went then.to keeper.California Cockroaches by the Panful
Urn R. Fords, Tennessee; Mrs.I of'grandmothers' 'i i Evansvffle$12.00': the bank's cash. lie Morning, If the Night
Fratt i 'I of Boston are g/.riug/ a series :: any
Moore Tennessee; '''me F: Good Trade tes. The at I I in'1851. Before You UseRoach
.ltllt't' Patton I guests Cincinnati __ ___ $14.00 McCormick of Chicago
Indianapolis; C. M. ______ j j Robert Hall
these affairs must be grandmothers,
and i
collection
*ife. C lcago. I sr by the new additions to his famous -
I and every one most some primed to relate The L. & N. Railroad will | of the productions of. English
I COFFEE the wonderful doings of her grand.
of the-
tb IUteIJ' pure, great strength and I children. As every woman's grandchildren sell on March<< 3 round trip I artists Is now the possessor of
outside
dicious! art
Blue 1tlItlcn natural flavor have made! TO II are always the sweetest and tickets to the above cities at finest gallery of English itself. Electric and Paste
Lemon and Vanilla fam- the British museum Raj
011&J I brightest on earth there doubtless will
shown. Tickets limitedto Grass, recently
'rates << William J. De -
Captain ,
be math friction and fiction at' Your Bua.et.e.
more Cocfcroaehev Bed Is"r'
if It fall exterminate
back to
of St.
but formerly yOur money
POSTUM these afternoon gatherings The -worn-1 March a Mexican, It death to Kall alldl\llce"\ dr1nnrUiem fCtdor.todi/.0
"FOR CLASSIFICATION dressed like 13.J. Louis, Is dead. For nineteen years be Smell S "M ..u. ..t.' SI.. (.I.lIt tl. 4 ,
QO.T'- en are supposed to come W. LURTON I
: : ptlpflc 7
was consul general to Mexico for the Sold e.eryakere,.. KIlt c.prea l>rxa4 r c
WANTEDL" the paint.graadfrnathen The fashionable that fancy grandmothersabout 1 E'8.to. Div. Pass. Agent. Hawaiian Islands. He served with STEARNS' ELECTRIC PASTE: CO.,Chicago,III.,U.S.A. t, >

J \ 1NTFp- \ 16 or 15 year old color- "THERE'S A REA s.oNj, the glib wbo bare promised to R. W.- SUBLETf, distinction in the Union army during '

pd 5'rt;' ) wanted at once to-do bouseJscFly itiend M tauch amused at the idea. Ticket Agent. --'tvil way, iv
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THE PENBACpLA JOURNAL. SATURDAY MORNIfJQ. MARCH 3, 1908 -_, _
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of some river steamer,, whose captain 'see ,the.b-st.men- in ffice- They can LfuOmt

and pilot objurgated them by' all I hardly: bo-g ten there on an early j The Sunny'4ti Side of

the saints of the river to have a better -: primary or .in other words .without >
gbt Jenumla Joufna1! care for the observance, of tae [sufficient! time in which to select '

law.-Emerson Hougn In "On the Lit.I them. That. impossible, and on that "'H.t" ;f .
'tIe null: Rapids" in The Outing Magazine I account the'Metropolis favors a late

for March. primary because it would give time in .

DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. which to select the best men and pre'
Red-ManI pare for that must mean a
Lo. The Rich a battle

PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY Indian Territory as & name suggests great deal to county and state.

vain things to,the mind of the average 'But. an early) ;, primary has been I'
dweller east of the Mississippi.! The called--Alay 15-and again June 12, if
,
JOURNt Indian Territory is a territory with found necessary and it now stands all

THE COMPANY.FRANK very few Indians. The Five Civilized well in the hand to work for and' see

(and the term civilized is to be taken that th9 ''best men are nominated for

President and General' Manager. Choctaws literally ,here,Creeks), Tribes--Cherokees'l office party and or factional elected affiliations.irrespective Ixst.of past the .
L. MAYES. 4ti
- _,___ - - ----- Seminoles-comprise about 86,000 per, political :war go on. it Is, going H6 bean W u 4n't it be delightful for rOt
-
-
!
-
the II
- -
-
-- - --- - interesting struggle throughout be '
sons. Only la small portion: are full always served with' the sati4
MEMBER THE, ASSOCIATED PRESS. bloods; the, rest being' descendants of state ani' itx
the negro and mulatto slaves' of the Miami Metropolis.(' C' of really good sausage a
era before 1865; mixed breed Indians! toyoutoday? The kind that ""ill
dt.
'
SUBSCRIPTION RATES. of various shades of dilution up, to Gold Braid 'and Real Service. isfy and nourish. It Is digestible
Soon the militia solders: will go on sit
,, One year.$5 Ono Month....... ......... 45 persons who cannot be distinguished an and again the taxpayer healthful made of the kind of w

Six Mouths................ 2 50 One 'V' ek................. lff from whites; and white men Into and women he- encampment will get it in the peck. The tin that day roast.mother would use$ for the :j S1lp>
who have been
Three Months.-....... 1 25 Weekly Edition per )'ear.l 00 tribes. 'And there are adopted fragments of soldiers have a good time and learn -
little and will be spent by -
eight tribes aggregating about 2,000 enough a uniform West End:
one of th2 officers in donning i Market
The Only Pensacola Newspaper Front Which a Detailed persons, in the territory's northeast: to !fit out wardrobe of a regu :eo"' o. ,

Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. ( raer. ''As against! these 88,000 Indians lar army omc r. Gold braid Is of lit Cor. Belmont and DeVilliers.
actual and constructive there of Han '
real service. PHONES85.
tle use when it comes to "
?
are six times as many whites in the "7s Mr. Lushlelgh good-natured
-Perry Herald. Jolly while setting .em up A Mod*.t Man.
'Offices,108 and 110 Cast r Papers on Saleon' Train, Indian :Territory.'Fliese. .of. course for' "He's the always boys but gets frantic when hiscruet is a very unassuming ,1<"M--. ;:::

I I constantly, increase tnrougn immigration wife asks,h'lm for money to pay the ,"Ye9: don't believe he'd have a .welled Nick's Buffet ancf"
Government. Phone 38. and at.all NewsStands. while the Indians' restricted to "tr; a H $*HHH butcher'_'bill." bead It be had the mumps." N '

the' growth in excess of births over I I l't' .
'
deaths remain practically stationary. : 'SENATOR'TILLMANS RestaurantIs
P -SACOG.\. FLORIDA SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 3 1908 The' Five Tribes have bchools: I* 'GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY. .iji' S. '' ---

churches. cultivated farms, towns with *
electric lights and other accompaniments -i'; Mobile Henfld.' 2? e the only* place of !in!

New Before the senate lends itself to the and appliances of advanced civilization. 1* kind in Pensacola hta

Something job put. up by' the house however. it .For .generations through .'t iY "'H 'ii--:;' "'" Itis -

in the Strike Line. will take even greater (precautionsthan their local legislatures executives and i iI L
I n"
Mr. Hepburn took to guaranteethe courts they have been governing' "If there is 'any idea of making a ; A Pride to
Some: new in the line of strikes was railroads against annoyance. Mr. ,I themselves.! Their chiefs-Johnson of farce, with me as clown those who L2Yj p.'l .

Inaugurated by Indiana farmers on Hepburn thinks he is, fairly sure the I the Chickasaws. Pleasant Porter' of imagine that I am not going to fignt .

(March 1, the proposition being nothing -, clause ''about appeals from the deci the Creeks Green McCurtain of the for an effective" railroad rate bill are> a 4 .J" Pensacola.Larger..

less than to withhold their prod. sions of the Interstate Commerce Com. Choctaws W. C. Rogers of the Cherokees off their base. r\ : (
In
Senator Tillman is not choice expression -
mission will enable the carrier to cities
canat
and John Brown of the Seminolesare
', u< ts from the markets until prices until he is dead nor always proper in his ce- boast of a better
stand.off the shipper men of education and ab.lity.: : 1J -- equipptj
satisfactory to them can be secured. broke or dead or Doth, but the senate Out of the 1,500,000 'people of Oklaho- portment but there is, nothing in all place. The service is the

The Jacksonville Times-Union discussing -will make assurance doubly sure. It ma-Indian Territory. 102,000 In the aggregate -the spectacular record of his, sena best that can be had.
torial career indicate that he is not
'
this latest spring novelty is now proposed to take the section are classed as Indians and
sound in his and staunch in
honesty
,
says: relating to judicial review and doctorit only about 27.000 of these are full his fidelity whatever he believes to Nick Apostle Propt'r
up so that by no possible chancecan bloods. ,
A significant sign of the times Is to be right principles.
the railroad be compelled to give There are about 300,000 children in The railroad senators of the inter dr I-
------ -
be found in the fact that some 200,000 --
the shipper deal until after '
a square : the schools of the combined territories state commerce commitee may think
Indiana farmers to "go out on NOTINThETRLJSTI
propose he is worn to a frazzel by delays in and they have several institutionsof In ,
rich
they have a joke
perpetrated
regardless of consequences. When want a first class
strike" today the courts. Of course there is wide the higher learning. They have pending the Hepburn bill. tRoosevelt's ._ you rubber.
tired carriage, ring us Our
opportunity in the mystifying maze ofthe' 530 up. car.
newspapers and periodicals ((337 pet measure to the floor of
These enterprising agriculturalistswho house bill for the courts to riages are all new and first class la
rate in
Oklahoma and 193
in Indian Territory the senate in'charge of Senator Till- '-G MSI
are operating under the title knock the whole, think sky-hgh, on ), forty of them dailies and Jl.- man. the president's bitterest enemy. 'k every respect; our drivers are careful -
of -the Society of EqultY.-have a the logical ground that if its author From Staudpolat.I and polite. Hackmen's Exchang,
000,000,000 property subject to taxa- But if Senator Tillman is wise and I a Benedict'
grievance. does not know what it means the mystery tion. Oklahoma City Guthrie, Ard- honst enough to avail himself of the "Who was Kara par" telephone 8H.GOLDSTUCKER.
They are producers but have finally "The god of mamage"I BROS. Props.
+ is too deep for judges to fathom. more Muscogee. Shawnee, Lawton unexpected and rare opportunitythrust "
arrived at the conclusion that their thought he was the god of war. W. B. F.
But if the law in the main should be Turner Mgr.
Enid. El Reno South McAlester. Chi- 'him the Joke will curdle .
upon "All the same thing, my son.
too little by far in
produce produces
upheld on a le&al test the railroadsstill ckasha. Durant, Perry and Coalgate the laugh will turn to the howl of dis- -- -- -'---
j the way of revenue. would have the last safe refugeof are thriving and modern towns. may the farce will be converted into

'According the published accounts the clause providing for perennial The Five Civilized Tribes were melodrama CJttre11 ,

following' is the program mapped out litigation of the 'shlp1>er's complaint. made citizens of the United States He has the senatorial bull firmly by FINE: PHOTOGRAPHS.

by these Hoosier reformers: 'But. whatever may be the senate's by act of congress: in 1901. On March the horns. It Is soon to be seen if h3* 1955, Pensacola Fla.

"It Is proposed by these organized decision. there. need be no fear on the 4, 1906, their tribal governments are will sacrifice his advantages for the 'r over there Is one of the ,

t; farmers to withhold from market after -part of the railroads that theIr extortion to be dissolved and their members sake of throwing mud at the president tM biouSoTesa _'
March 1. all of their produce until will be Interrupted by this that ha is big -Airship or theological ,
con will merge themselves in the general] The chances are
the price shall reach a figure to be 'gre S. The Hepburn bin is no obsta mass of the country's citizenship.The .- enough to'realize and to improve the OPERA HOUSE
'
-- fixed by,.them by: general arrangement. cle. The senate will not fortify it if March Metropolitan Magazine.: situation. He has nil peculiarities.

7 Especially do the growers of wheat it passes it. ,The senate if the thingis -1-ut he is no. fooL And no man, owns

t complain that they have not receivedan possible. will put enough more poison i' jf ",",. ,him. .' j All Week March>
adequate return for their labor. into it to kill the remotest hope # It is the crucial test of Tillman'slife. MONDAY

They will change all that and If they of relief to the people., NEWS AND VIEWS- He must "determine tween private Starting I I 5th

Cannot have one-dollar wheat the & FROM STATE PAPERS. iJ spite and public duty. If he determines -
iorld at large shall not have wheat C aright, it will be within his THE FAMOUS

., 41 all. This is merely the plan of tne i power to perform the most eminent '

Populists and grangers in its original ft CLIPPINGS FROM <$ $ 7t-i. H 'H public service of his senatorial career.If GAGNONPOLLOCK.STOCK

'form with possibly some, modifications. # MARCH MAGAZINES. What Arcadia Needs. he' forgets his hatred for the
I That which proposed to all his
was ;* president and concentrates own
If there is
anything :Arcadia needs
be accomplished by the establishment varied and tremendous forces of char
""J1t HI worse than better
railroad service it
of state warebouseselevators orres- I is additional hotel accommodation. It acter in a championship of the Hep- COMPANY.The .
ervoirs for farm products not considered can make of the most
Some Advantages Being Dead. is a fact that the railroad service burn ''bill he one
on
"perishable," the advance of I Colonel Henry Watterson" tells of this division is 'very, poor and one notable and effective fights ever madein Greatest Popular Priced Shoe
i money upon products so stored and the astonishment and with the senate.Opportunity. En Tour.
'chagrin takes his life in his own hands to ride
the waiting for a favorable market confronts him. Does he
.. which a certain well known citizenof on the cars however their trains : Sflaa Corncob-Old Josh Medders had a NEW PLAYS, NEW SPECIALTIES.
these men of the Society of Equity ap-I measure to it! Greatness has been L'
up
,
Louisville named Jenkins read along manage to bring more people here LSAKOS hundred dollars saved up ter bury himself !
c >arently in to do for him. Does it fit him? NEW FACES.
propose" some way obituary of himself printed in a than the hotels are able to accommo-. thrust upon If with and what do ye-think he done

themselves. morning paper of that city. He at : date. It is no unusual occurence for 1 De'e..lac Friend wid It? Why. went an' got married Monday Night"Hotel'

We confess that our sympathies are once proceeded to the editorial officeof tourists to get off the train hers and ;i{ H H*" I Bob-6bo Is always a sailing. under false Abe Croafibar-Wal. tbafs about thfTbe "
with toe farmers in this instance. same thing.
I the'' paper, and. after much difficul upon being informed that hotel accommodations .. c lors. Topsy Turvey.
We must also confess that the ty, succeeded in obtaining audience of cannot be had here, GOVERNMENT-BUILT SHIPS ?.' j Bell-I disagree. liar colors are not

.', chances are badly against them; that! the busy city editor. Laying a copy board the same train and go further' & -- ,f&bethat. rouge la guaranteed by thdruggist. Popular Prices-10, 20 and 30 cents.

the winning cards are probably held,I of the paper before him, he observedin south. Since the people are willing 7 o New Orleans Picayune. 'iE Ladies Free Monday Night Vita!

elsewhere, and that their organization a mild. almost humble way. that to risk their own lives to get down :if 1 conditions.

can hardly hope to become effective' he had come to see If the city editor here to see us let us 'see to it that --- -

until embraces in its ranks a clear could "tell" him "anything about it.:. they get some place to stop. These MONEY TO LOAN.
majority of the men who live by the conditions might have been There is danger that after the
With a snort of impatience the excusable a The'Mercantile Mortgage Compact!
plow. busy editor grasped the paper and In the Arcadia of fifteen jearsago completion of the battleship Connecticut -! hoB-
will loan
you money on jour
The truth of the matter Is, the great hastily read the article. '.1t appearsto but it certainly is not in keeping and the small training ships now hold furniture. pianos organs. es.

American farmer is playing the game be an obituary of one. Jenkins" with what the Arcadia of to-day being built at navy yards the old without publicity on weelily: or
cit life at a great disadvantage. he growled. "What is there to 'tell should be.-Arcadia News. habit of giving all the work of con ] easy
monthly payments.MCRCANTJLE
He must buy in a hfsh: protected as struction to private contractors will
about it? What 's the matter with
:MTGE.: CO.
market, while selling in the open mar you any'wayf" The Opposition to Lamar. be resumed the one score of economy -.
ket of. ,the world. 'A protectionistwhen it 'shown that ships can 'ba 315% S. Palafox St.
being
"Oh nothing especially, responded The Breeze can say that thus far E. IL THURMAN. !Mgr.
buying the tools of his I
trad'ehe contract
c the mild Jenkins "only thought there is but one avowed candidate in built somewhat cheaper by

is,. perforce a free trader when his I'd like to know how the obituarycame opposition to Mr., Lamar for congress than in a government yard. It appears ------ .

crop Is put on the market for speculators to be printed-that '3 all" from this district and that is Hon. to be the opinion of many high

to shuffle with. "Came to be printed?" repeated the i J. D. Stephens, from Jackson county.As in the councils of the navy departmentthat THEGORDON
In other words our farmers get It, it would be better to devote the
editor in irritated tones; 'wh-. the; to whether there will be others is
both "going and coming." !Were they plants: of the navy yards entirely to
of undecided So far
man died course. My paper does yet an question as '
once united-could they once stand repair work,,and gi<'\'! out all new construction
not print obituary notices of living we can learn the rumor that 'L. J & mm/
together-they could come all around men." Reeves would be a candidate is with byjcontract.
controlling the country but until that :Aside from the somewhat hlghe-
not out foundation.-DeFuniak Breeze.
"Perhaps rule
as a ,
gently replied -
day comes it is much to be feared the ,* cost of ship construction at government Cams*"'of Political AmMttoa..
that such visitor "but in this case I "which would alone seem Mrs. Tub I understand that yea are
departures as this Indiana yards HARDWARE COMPANY
:
When I Is Safe. '
to be Whisky
happen the Jenkins
referred have bus
vessels Influence to
movement will finally: end in the immediate eminent Dr. Wiley to justify the construction of using your your
to. According to the enumerator
band appointed a census
vicinity of its starting point. bottled is the only safe kind by contract' in preference there are true. Fla.
Thereupon ,the city editor began a whisky other that warrant the belief Mrs. Rub-That" Pensacola
profuse apology.' "We'll And we may ada) that some people. arguments I SeemS of Hi. SneeeM. Mra. Tub-WhAt for r4Il1te to know
H H'- print a correction that it would be wise, tohave'atleast natural gifts Just,think how'nice It wool* Firm This
at he said. think it is safer if it remains. bottied. "un_ We1Jl.a&'tOUu be any :Mrs. Rub- : Biggest Hardware
f. once one vessel in course 01 construction elhActol1-W if you could hear the be if ono knew the age* ot all the oUwr
*' THE RATE BILL ?; "Well after all," observed the mild: [ .-Tampa Tribune.*, C S at all times in the larger of our artistic way be flitters the boas you'd women la town. _- _._-_ _. Side of Birmingham.
Jenkins 't ..... ,
"perhaps would be betterto Mere repair work does .J&tWa -
IN THE SENATE. navy yards.
_____ let it stand; I will! show it to my Politics in Lake. not holtf together a competent force of
friends when The 'political pot is beginning to boil We Will Save You Money on
they try to borrow construction.In
money workmen like new ship
New York Press 11 in Lake county. Several announce- frequently are not in touch with the MODES OF THE MOMENT.
of me.-From i
Success Magazine order to build a new ship of large
requirements of warships. Ships built
of
for ments of candidates for office have Your Purchases
:" H H .March. tonnage it, is necessary that a navy for the in
been 'made and there' are others to fol- government some respectsare Black gownS Are so elaborate this
low. which It would! that yard should be equipped In every par not quite what they would be if than colors.It .
By appear striking
be
to more
as
Rafting on the Wisconsin.At ticular. It U of great advantage for year
Representativellepburn's explanation interestingold they had been built in navy yards. It HARDWAREof
there is to be a high and silk
he his : the' mills' made the government to have a few plants hard out of is said ,that next summer
that did not know what they up the big time political this year In the is to get the workmen
rate bill meant makes the ignorance rafts according a ''certain system.A meantime let the band play and may fully equipped to undertake the largo ruts The specifications for' warshipsare waists with sashes to match will be

unanimous as to what it would do if crib was made of boards say. six the best men win.-Leesburg Comme--est and finest construction at anytime rather general and contractors arc worn with lace skirts all kinds, such as

enacted. Heretofore we assumed teen feet long, and was built In I lay- cial. I inclined to do work the same way as White linen stocks with scarfs of

that at least the author of that crooked | ere, cob-house fashion until It was ''Another strong argument in favor of would be done on a merchant vessel.It plaid or, checked; silk are among the Mill Supplies Turpentine Tools,

I measure was in possession of the perhaps/ a couple of feet deep all fastened Early vs. Late Primary.The construction at na.vyards is it iu- Js their accustomed method of do- smart showings: in neckwear ,

secret so completely concealed by its by. long hard-wood pegs. Sevenof Metropolis:: had hoped the'State sures the government a means.of ing work. But there is a great difference Shoes are growing more pointed. The Ammunition Et tc.
Belting
of building shipsof Piping ,
gauging the true cost in contractors build as ,
labyrinthlan phraseology. But it these critos made a "piece; and Democratic Executive Committee ; some latest showings take one back several
also insures more
turns out that nobody on earth, and three pieces, side by side lashed to- would see and deem it wise to call a given types. It as' the staunch ships as are" built in navy when needle points were "in." Write Prices
As long years Us for
last of all the man who wrote it, has gether by lines fastened to the boats late primary but in this it hoped in rapid construction. yards some do not. to
government has no means of com paring It: is to be hoped that Congress Some of the fur coats are distinguished -
the faintest idea of what most of. Ita made what was called a "Wisconsinriver ''vain as the dates wer named the
clauses would accomplish. raft." That 'was about as largeas earliest possible consistent with law. with th3. work of private yards, 'Will provide that the new' battleshipto by vests 'and cuffs of bright

When the senate heard this descrip-- a raft could be and run safely the To the professional candidate or these latter establishments knowing :be included in this year's programbe blue or green velvet, embroidered in ProessIona1Dfrectory!
will not penalize
tion of the. Hepburn bill from the lips various dams and bars and rapids continuous office seeker an early primary -well that Congress deliberately slight constructed at one of the navy gold and silver.A ., -,#-

of its author it saw a light. When After they got to the mouth ,)f the serves as'good as a late one. He them for delays for private con yards and that a permanent policy beadopted simple 'but pretty and effective
work
construction
'1 they found nearly the whole railroad Wisconee the men would shift these knows that he is' going to announce government that only such waist is made of coarse cream net with THOS. PEBLEY,

znenrebership of the house voting solidly pieces and bunch up a'number of Wisconsin and can begin his, campaign as well tracts.Still another argument in favorof over be given and out above by the contract capacity as will of the be a little vest and deep cuffs of a finer LAW. REAL. ESTATE, LOANS AN3

for rate regulation that does not river rafts into one vast slow. one time as another but to the more the 'prolonging indefinitely of the policy -leading navy yards to care for. pet of the same tone. The vest cuffs COLLECTIONs.,

regulate as a means of earning some .moving make of sawn timbers, a conservative politician business man of keeping at least one ship buildIng And stock are fancifully. edged with PALAFOX AND ROMANA.

favor with easily gulled voters the thing of. terror to all the steamboats or other that might be sent into a at the two largest yards. is the heliotrope rfbbolL-? nr York Tribune.Qsdt.latnraj. PHONE 559.

senators began to consider the advisltlllty on' the river, until at last it 'found Us political campaign to defeat. some undesirable claim that government-built ships are "irH Hit H H .

,! of falling in line with the gener destination perhaps tying up vt some candidate for a certain office better ships on the average than'con .
&1 bunco movement. ;When even Mr. bayou far down toward St. Louis. the is detrimental. Admiral HenryN
early primary tract-built ships. Rear 'I"AROUND EVERY CIRCLE :
:, E.: P. 'Bacon. the active head of the'organized Once such a'raft piled up 03 the mid. The professional office seeker, will Manney. Chief of the Bureau ;of 11- ANOTHER CAN BE DRAWN." *I. Husband-What did 701lthInk whn T G. YATES M D
heard the chandelier fall last .
campaign for rate regulation, dIe'pier of the. Dubuque bridge and come out early. It does not' take him Equipment of the navy. maa
j Is &10 badly bamboozled that he sends ran up the abutment to the bridge long to show his band and it is upon claim during the recant hearing before -$ yet-there is no store in this ii' night Wife Why, I thought you had OPTICIAN

out an appeal to support the Hepburn floor frightening half to death some this that the more conservative politician the House Committee on Naval city as big as it may be.t- been detained o!., business again and

fraud why may- not the average uninformed three hundred gaping ,folk who had waits. He and. his friends wantto Affairs. By bigger and yet bigser t were getting upstairs as-,quietly: as :for 30B THIESEN BU1LUICN
voter 'be swindled? The sen- come out. to see the wild men was asked i For could. -
go see the line up as it were, and if it Admiral Manney iadvertisIng! better ii _
at Q begins to reflect that it will cost: through. But that 'was merely an In don't look good it must_ be crushed, the average of ships turned out DY the *. and yet better pub- CRAWFORD
the railroads little or nothing if It cident. It was merely incident average built by tooklasr Forward.' H. T. ,
an It but it takes time.to do anything and contractors and the H. Ifcity campaigns & '
should indorse the house's twenty-six:' at night the men asleep and forget. In most .cases and instances where the government. which is the superior; YOU MAY DRAW A CIRCLE "Progrees Is becoming extremely rapId. REAL ESTATE.

pages of mixed and muddy ambiguity, ful of the 'green 11211: which ought the early primary ,prevails sufficient sUp? He replied: "The government.. AROUND YOUR OWN BIGGEST ." v : MONEY TO LOAN AND RENTS COl>

but might serve to delay for a considerable to show that they were running, time is not left or 'given for an trcilt vessel. The work on ships at SUCCESSl uy es. iAdtcd. In the year 2000 or so LEOTED.

time the irresistible demand awoke under a volley ,of profanityand efficient campaign be waged the navy yards is equal to th best a lightning will have to get a move ea ifIS 414' THIESEN BUILDING

-..for regulation that really; will regulate. saw looming before them the bow There is no person, but .wants to outside 'Work. Contractors for ships :wants tQWnZ41ZU&Laat.. Penaacol, Fla.,


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0- RODGERS passed in area ',by but few states ia A 'GOOD CARRIAGE.When HOPEFUL -FEELING
ALLAN
r TALKS the Union has a less number of miles N.. 5603.
of macadam roads than the little
I C.W. LAMAR. President JOHN PFEIFFER. Assistant Cashier.J. .
aunty of Fay tte, Kentucky and the you want a good carriage AT ALGECIRAS .E. CLARK.vies-Pre ldent mil Cashier. J.W.ANDREWS.Assistant Cuhler.
GOCD ROADS FOR FLORIDA Kentucky roads, are real roads built
; by men expert in the selection ot ; prompt service and safe and careful '

. material and building. the road; built] treatment remember the originalHACKMAN'S THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
(" I as a matter of public necessity and COMMITTE IS SLOWLY GETTING
EXCHANGE.
, number of votes he controlled than: public good,*and not as an electioneering I ,
.ay Of
: Jacksonville\Enthusiast Says Good for any special fitness In. road con. hand out by peanut 'politicians. PHONE 185. TOGETHER ON SOME OF PCNSACOLA FLA.

-. struction. I have known of such appointees Pensacola Lost Opportunity. I It was founded In 1892 and It bas a MAIN POINTS INS DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES.

Roads Question Should Be who I am satisfied never sawa "While on a visit to Pensacola a reputation for polite and careful drivers
CAPITAL STOCK
yard of up to date macadam roadI number of ears ago I saw scattered and the best informed cabmen in CONTROVERSY.By $200,000. SURPLUS 60000.

Made a Political have heard .that relatives unfit for about the city samples of chip granite the city. Following are the members DIRECTORS.
any other thing on earth were sometimes taken from ships that had come Into and their hack numbers:

One. given the position of road overseer the harbor with the granite in ,ballastIt A. M.' Soloman..; No. 1; A.,J. Leggett Associated Press. Henry L. Covlngton Frank Reilly, F. E. Browner,

on the theory pernaps that any was as fine natural roaa' material: No. 5; J. Stallworth, No. 7J. E. Morrls Algeciras Mar. .The feeling here J. M' Pfeiffer, W. S. Rosasco C.W. Lamar
old thing was good :enough. for roads."I as I ever saw and jet the ship masters -] No. &; S. Sunday Jr., No. 11; C. Bryan Dunwody., T. F. McGourin. J. R. Saunders
know a man" continued Mr. could not give.it away but were: H. Taylor No. 12; O. Ahdelcothe: No. is gradually becoming hopeful. The A. M- Avery W. H.MIHon. 0. E. Maura.McKenzle .

'PENSACOLA HAS DUMPED. ROAD Rodgers "in one of ourFlorida counties compelled to dump it into the sea. 16: R. J. Parker. No. 18; T. H. Hear- project for the Moroccan state bankas W. L. Cawthon. Dr. W. J. Hannah. Oertlng,

- who was elected as a commissioner Enough of this fine material to have' old. No. 21; S. Bibbs No. 26; M. Patterson prepared by the committee contains Alex McGowIn C. M*,Covlngton M. E. Clark.'

..: MATERIAL ENOUGH IN THE BAY I In opposition to good roads over a paved the streets and build all the No. 30; A.,.!.. Braswell. No. 77; '25 articles. Twenty have been
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TO HAVE BUILT MILES OF GOOD good roaai' advocate.' ,I was ,paralyzeda side walks of the city found its way' All the above are nice closed car' agreed upon and five res rved. The Accounts of Banks, Individuals,Corporatlonsand Firms Solicited.
few months later to meet this man to the bottom of the bay and the Pen- riages. '
German delegates say they are awaiting Four per cent Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
- STREETS AND SIDEWALKS- as a'delegate to a'good roads convection sacolians go struggling through sand Signed J. STAL&WORTH, Pres.

h when ,every man in his cc/Tnty streets and stumbling over boardwalks By C. H. TAYLOR Sec. and Tres.. instructions which may arrive In
;SOME SOUND ADVICE. knew he hat?d" good Toads as the In many 'places rattan and dangerous :' time topermit ome progress being

Devil hales holy water. ; and everywhere disgraceful to made at tomorrow sitting. Rumors
Material Is Abundant.1th one of'the prettiest cities in the: road is a good one and wen worth free

Mr Allan Rogers, of Jacksonville, "'\ these things In viewtwhat south. mad the people of Pensacola I' working for. Let us try to push it of compromise are circulating
can we expect from a lot of counties crushed this rock and built their lr. '
one of the bsst known good roads authorities I'I along but let us'try to eliminate the
,
each with of Its ? It is walks with it the
plan sidj
a own streets and '
in the state, has been SHOULD
spend EVERY WOMAN
ing a few days in Pensacola having probable that no two counties would Deep Water' City would to-day bios I'I small fry politicians from a superv'l.sion The Original Laxative Cough Syrupis

come: over to witness the Mardi Gras build the same width of roads; they som as the-red, red rose and the work of the work.',i.You cannot make Kennedy's.Laxative Honey and Tar. '

festivities, and he isery much might never agree on the material for \Jf properly'done 'would be worth every I i roads and 'votes,oTthe same' material, It expels all cold from 'the system by "
construction some counties might dollar it cost as a sanitary measure cathartic the bowels. I"
pleased with the city and; with the nor can you harmonize the two along actingas a on
Carnival insist on importing material when alone I the same hlghway.I ." Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar 1? 1

R Mr. Rodgers L* an enthusiast on the Florida has more good road material "A few,"weeks sine a 'paper printeda I I a certain safe and harmless'cure for HAVE A BANK ACCOUNi
than any other state in the Union. I cartoon showing a lot of holes in colds' and
subject of good roads and when asked RADICAL STEP BY BAPTISTS. croup whooping-cough.
b) a Journal representative yesterday have not yet seen a county that didn'thave our county,roads and calling upon the
3, of officials to the same. T,
abundanca It. repair
an proper v
for an expression on that subject he lIow.York Cbvreh,Invites Vnlmmers-
Make Question a Political One. The cartoon was a good one but the Interrupted Testimony
readily entered into
a very interesting the Comiaaalen Tavble.
ed to
discussion. of it. .Looking at the situation from the artist failed to make his point. He The late Edward M Paxson former
standpoint of the 'practical road bulid- forgot to say that these holes were Hope Baptist church, Broadway superior court 'justice of Pennsylvania 5 It'stimulates thrift and independence.
A Great State Road. er I can see little hopes of this excellent -silent but -eloquent witnesses to a fact did One Hundred and Fourth street:, praised at a dinner in Philadelphia wo

"A grand idea was recently put idea being carried out. We that I have preached and printed for New York, will hold a communion service man's industria"SittIng 1 Every care courtesy ''and considera-
forth said Mr. Rogers. Tor a num- must make the.road question a political thirty-five' )years ana': that is, that no on Feb. 20 in which the membersof ,
her of counties and towns to build one and the sooner we ,begin to man ever lived who can build a per- the West End Presbyterian church l-tl a certain case he said tion is: given to women who transact

I FlrftcTics of roads to connect with agitate the matter the better. The manent macadam or gravel road on a and those of Grace Methodist Episcopal "I heard an attorney say to a woman their: banking business with us. I

. each other'and. form a system that II very greatest need is a state highway candy: foundation. With the right church will Join; says a New York witness pale and slender woman
would tjV credit to the state. Doubtless I commission with a road law patterned kind of grade the. right kind of foundation to top Philadelphia Ledger. witness: 1 We extend cordial invitationto
such a thing could be don?, but after Massachusetts or New Jersey material the right kind of con- dispatch I, ""J ow, tell the court please, what a right
will be the most radical stepever
tinder conditions as they now exist with changes to meet the natural con- struction the holes could simply never This you did on the morning in question between call and open an account with us.
. will it ever be done? ditions as they exist in Florida. Sucha be there. Good roads are not those taken by a Baptist church in the the hours of 8 and o'clock..'
"Those wonderful by roads"built by everybody and anybodyGood United States.! At the commencement i ".
political bodies commission should be compellea;! 'I Wellthat slender and pale lady
; know as Boards of County Commis- law to build at least one main state roars are not those roads builtof of the service the officers of the three began *I first dressed the three chil- 1 1FIRSTNAT1ONALBANK

':;onE'rs seem to catch on slowly to the highway: with convict, labor and our Black Creek marl, Alauehua( marl churches will march down the main dren and saw that their breakfast was 1s

principle of mast( making. The average state officials should be Instructed not and all kinds of marl, selected per:: aisle. served.. Then I darned two
County Commissioner may be defined to go daft chasing moonshine haps by men who know nothing of the Mrs. Hartley wife of the pastor the properly
mended hole In
a* an animal of the genus homo shadows of big canals through the science of road making nor should Rev. Richard: Hartley, recently con- pairs of stockings a t
with more or less knowledge of what Everglades in induce people to settle those roads be classed as good roads firmed the report that a union service my ..husband's'pocket, made the five

be is there for. He may or may not in the biggest mud hole on the planet. that go to pieces or get full or holes was to be held. beds bathed and dressed the baby,

know something of road making. His > while millions of acres of high dry with a few months wear. I "Never in the history of the Baptist curled its hair and' heated Its biscuit OF PENSACOLA. FLA.
elected by the dear people and hasa rich lands lie Idle waiting to be made ''"So looking at the road questions or' anti milk. After that I dusted the parlor
pretty clear Idea that it takes a majority accessable by good roads to be settled from 'all its many sides the greater church have I known a union com and duiing! room, watered the plants \V. H. KVOWLW.Pr .. W.K.Knit.Jn,\".-Pr' .and Cashier
munion service with other denominations T,W. fleas 1'end W.N. KOBBRTS AIIt.Cubpr
of theIr'Otes to win. He has up by intelligent people. question a'rises.can,; 'we build good and picked.fresh flowers for the parlor DIRECTORS-F. C. Brent.. W.. A.. Hlouat. rv. H. Knowles, W. K. flyer Jr., '
three
I in some instances ,been known to ap- Our Lack of Roads Illustrated. roads in Florida under present conditions said Mrs. Hartley. "The vases. Then ordered the day's meat D. U.Brent.

point reap overseers more for the. "The great state of Floria'a, sur ? The idea of building( a state churches hue.bE, >en holding prayer I from the butcher the bread from the
) meetings together for some time and hIs I i
baker and the vegetables from the grocer
-, now our intention to do somethingnew.
It was now time to'"IIt -
It is simply to promote the I I "
>r said ,Justice Paxson "the
growth of fellowship among the three T. 1:.WELLES.VICIPBUITDCNTMANSVIKU
good ''woman was Interrupted. Who HILTON GRIKK: PM D"T.K.
L. : .Cu
thurches. 1 I >MORENO.AM at..
knows otherwise how long our case K.BrauszL4Casalall.Citizens
Unlike the Presbyterian and Methodist
;I would have continued?" National Bank
churches, the Baptist nominationhas
Suffer eacS ii church being Florida.D.irootor. .
If You no governing body. --- --- ------- ------- cf PenweoU
thoroughly independent. It has ..
churches here Prejudice Opposedto MorrU Bear. T. E. Wall
been the rule in Baptist Oeo.W Wrtrt: L. Hilton Green.
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1 l Ills: M. Boblnioa.A
to the communion
Invite
tofore'not to
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Can Doe who have not been baptized by EHP
From Germ Troubles, Please' Learn What Liquozone persons immersion. Methodists and Presbyterians Reason. .


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Thousands who were sick-like you been made with it. Its power had: most been Kidney Also moat Troubles form of the Liver following Trouble: .I, '. Philippine Problem'lIon'ea. THAT, IS A STATE OF AFFAIRS I J. s. REESE; l'"%'M.. CART. Vlce m.L". )1ENEJ"EE. Caahler.
the '
rerhapsr -are well to-day because of proved again and again, in Kiominh, Troubles M omen's V.kases i
L diseases. Then we offered Fever Inflammation or caiarrb-imiuirs or po|. |r Champ Clark has found a solutionfor HAS WITHHELD FULL
quozone Many had doctored difficult germ onetl blood-usually Indicate a germ attack.I 1 WHICH I THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF PENSACOLA.
!Many were discouraged because othertreat to supply the firsj bottle free in every nervous debility Liquozone! acts w a Yllallzer; the Philippine troubles. He foundIt
menu had failed. But they were I. disease that: required it. And over one a.ccomplWllll remadii.bie results. i while George Bronson flea was testifying JUSTICE FROM MANY A < Directors U J. R-.evas, J. 8. Reese W. DeC. Keetler. R. M.

, treating. germ diseases with remedies million dollars have been epent to an- 50c. Bottle Free. i before the house committee oa: DESERVING EFFORT. W. A. D'Alemberte T. A. Jennings J. J. Hooton. ry'l
which do not kill germs. nounce and fulfill this offer. : ways and means, of which the :Missourian .If TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
,We offered to buy them a bottle of *The result is that 11,000,000 bottles If you need Liquozone and have never Is member. The Cattobatto YOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. ,
Liquozone-just as we coffer( you. They have been used mostly'in the past two tried it,please send us this coupon. We valley sugar a scheme was mentioned, l.._._.....................>....* ..>....*.. .
cured
did with it what other remedies failed to years. To-day there are countless will then mail you an order on a local'druggist Prejudice alone Is responsible for -'
cured scattered everywhere! to tell what I for a full-size bottle and will whereupon a sarcastic smile overspreadthe
accomplish. And those countless ones,
., ones-scattered everywhere-are now Liquozone has done. I pay the druggist ourselves for it. Thisis face of Rea."Ah'there's the old proverb which says "compar :

telling others what Liquozone has done. But so many others need it that this our free gift mada to convince, you; my old friend, the Catto isons are odious. but to such peopleas R pt. Carl. c:: :EI. CC: > "
offer is published still. In the last few to let the product itself show you whatit batto valley scheme" said Rea. It are always open to conviction we Pus

_ Kills Disease Germs. years science has diseases can do. In justice to yourself.please would be all right except for the fact wish to call attention! to a comparison Wholesale and Betas Dealer in At"

Contact with Liquozone kills any form to germ attacks.them. We Old wish remedies to show do accept obligations it today whatever.for it places: .you underno I that the big Moro who dwells in that which should not be odious to any Steam, Domestic, Anthracite C 0
w disease 'of not apply to with his big knife slices
germ because germs are those sick ones-at our cost-what Liquozone costs SOc. and $1. 'happy valley loyal southerner f and Blacksmith
) Vegetable origin. Yet to the body up every Filipino who toes there. South Palafox street. Telephone 93.
Liquozone can do. Macon, Ga., the Acme BrewingCo. OfDce-No. 43

yd Jjquozone ja the is extreme.not only harmless That is but its main help- Where .It Applies.These CUT OUT THIS COUPON' ,every,"Do you Christian mean brown that the, brother Moro kills who At. has 'Installed 'a brewery and produced _Yard corner"'Tarragona and_Gonzalez streets. Phones 6 and 372 I

distinction. Common germicides are are the diseases in which Liquoronehas Fill It oat and mall It to The Ijqaomoa Lompauy,4iits -' dares come Into that part of the a beer, which has stood a strict -- c
, poisons When taken internally. That b theseit !Wabash _
In Ave., ClucaffO famous
other products
employed. with
why medicine has been so helpless in a been most In world?" asked Clark, with Incredulity comparison:

germ disease. Liquozone is exhilarating has earned its widest reputation.the first My disease U..........,................-....._. In every word. throughout the country as Its
all of these troubles we supply It did more than stand
beers.
talking, purifying; yet no disease germ matter how difficult I have neTer tried TJqaoxoM. but If :TOO wttl "That's the very thing that bapju 4* ranking of
I fan exist in it. bottle-free.we offer And in each all-no user a two months'further apply me a Soc bottle free I will take t it. said lies, with a superior smile toIt compared for In chemist the verdict it surpassed an eminent its SHINGLES, SASH, DOORS, WINDOW GLASS.
The northern
derived
Jlely from virtues of Liquozone They are are generated test without the risk of a Pf'.nny.Altbma" .) ........................................,....,.....,. was his object to show that sugar competitors .In .all, those Qualities BUILDING MATERIAL.
gases. \Nf utAbsce growing i*' not one of the Industriesthat perfect:, healthful
from make
the best of sulPhur Haorrl1ea-G1eet which go to
dioxide and producers other germicidal oxygen gases. Bronchitis Ameitla The process of making requires large Blood Prison 'Leucorchca La Grippe In the archipelaga for reasons other And yet, many of our southern peo-

!PparatUs, and from 8 to 14 days' time. Cuu Bowel< TIle object is to so fix the gases, and to GonaampuoyOaatacwoa D )'Uee-Q.alaa1' Give i roll aa.1reU-1mt8 p1&l Jy.) Leaning over to his neighbor. Clark prejudice have failed to give full Jus.

. Combine them, as to carry into the eye- Cancer<"&tarrltIlljnpetpawiaDadraa etotcia ;Nna said! "WelL there's the solution we've tice to the iigh and worthy effortsof
a powerful tonic-germicide. jrTTi Tooercu tt4:1a oe.essETgielse' rote that tits otter app n to new uaenmly. all-been looking for. Send every Filipino the Acme Brewing Co. In appreciating I JournalT
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\ to '' Any phjVcUn hospital not yet vsiof ItQwuMS.i iwill Subscribe The
.. a purchased the American rights ): Tveler.-U TYuablss be applied fur a UM. to that talley.-Pittsburg Dispatch. :; with patronage their product.
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: ,. t gives 150 persons killed Three Urea CANAL EDITION ,
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f I Whatever else you may do, don't think of buying Hardwareand i are raging in I the devastated district

Mill Supplies until 'you see. our stock, get our prices orE ,' i i iI ANOTHER REPORT--GIVES i

I i asked us a few questions about sIS { ONLY THREE OR FOUR DEAD i ..

Mob'le: Ala., y-;: 2.-Another re-'!

f Hardware and Mill SuppIies :' \'' port from Meridian says that wbie! > "IS NOW ON SALE AT ALL NEWS STANDS.
thirty or forty houses, including! a .
I' r number of residences were destroyed, : '
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the loss of life is small and only three
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I > or four are dead. The,wires:: are down :. BY MAIL CENTS.
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it We have not been in Pensacola but' I PRICE 15 ,
very long, we are most and the Associated Press is unable to : ,
!51 certainly revolutionizing the hardware business. We realize get deta'ls.

I il that we have a reputation to make, and we are making it. :t I BUSINESS SECTION OFTHE.CITY

I ii All the old-time methods are put aside and we do business ;!i1 ,f ., IS BURNING -

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4 i I!; Giving You Just What You Want/ 11 struck vices terrific have the cyclone city been of and received Merdian cloudburst: here, Miss which of taI !a-:' work showing Pensacola The Journa1'Panama Canal Edition. '

:2 Pensacola Journal.
The
I day. During the herghth the storm I -
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I fire broke out'and almos the entire as she is to-day. The most Pensacola, Florida.
I t and at small profit. We handle everything in the Hardware bus'neS3Sl'CUOn of the city is said to I Gentlemen Find enclosed herewith 20 cents in Silver for ,
I f and of The Panama Canal which please send to
complete expensivespecial one copy EdJUon.
be burning. haa
The un ondepot t
: F2 line and are always glad to give you quotations. i Eil! ; been destroyed and the telephone -exchange .1 f the following' address. > I Ii

was on fire when the last ad edition ever issued'in
vices were received. A number of i i

people are reported to have been ,ki 1-.1 I the Deep Water City. .

4 : I! GORDON & BROWN HARDWARE co. I: I ed.reach The an damage enormous to sum.the city will!:I- Following ate some of. its t C -


: MERIDIAN ONE OF LARGEST' t special features .
2 Pensacola Fla. ,:: CITIES IN MISSISSIPPI,

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the state is situated in Lauderdale l Over 100 half-tone views of Pensacola Pensacola Bay, and scenes in surrounding -
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ADJOURNED Christie, A. H. D'.A embert9; P. K., capital, on the main line of the Mobile country. "
MEETING Y onge. and Ohio R. IL the .Southern Rail[,
I A bill amounting to $250.00 In favor way'and the Queen and CrE' Cenl The Page ,map of Pensacola Bay, showing depth of water and points i of interest
of Dr. S. M. Gonzalez was read. Attachad population is given in the last census
OF TUE CITY COUNCIL was a letter explaining that as 14,0;>0. and the city boasts exten-i about the place ,
this amount was for vaccination au: sive manufactures which includefoundries
thorized by ex-Health, Officer Prj'or: .furniture factories, fertilizer J l A spedal article on Pensacola and the Panama Canal by W A. Blount, Jr.
-tSeveral during the. term of his :office. The works. machine shops and exten .
en Gadsden street and many of them bill was laid on the .table. sive railroad shops. The city;,Is the A Review of "Historic Pensacola" by J. E. !D. Yonge. -

Matters of Importance would probably ,be surprised if they distributing point for a large territory .
and has"a number of large wholesale of the effect of the Panama Canal Pensacola
sere told they did not live on Gdas- Symposium opinion on on by
Considered by City Solons den street but according to the city Bathing Season !. Icsragna. I houses. "
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records' they do not. Gadden Street The Nlraraguans do things In quite Governor N. B. Broward, United States Senator S. R. Mallory, United States Senator

.. Last Night. Methoalst church does not exist on primitive style. They do not put up at 'PITCHFORK BEN," : Jas. P. Taliaferro, and Congressman W. B. Larjian
Gadsden street at all, but on 4th cramped and questionably clean lodg-. '

'street believe, yet the this great church bulk to be of on our Gads-people : lug houses, but camp In,gypsy fashion Senator ad VillaiM,Hi. _Sbarp.< f Tomvoe.oth Carolina: i A "Romance of the Fleet," by Nellie Cravey Gilmore. ,
1 ORDINANCE REGARDING high and low alike for miles along the "
EXPENDITURES
den streelThe shore and pass the time In morning. Benjamin R. Tiilmen, the South Carolina An article on "Sugar Cane in West Floridaby Judge Jno. Thomas Porter.
senator whose ,
OF BOND TRUSTEES naming of different portions o recent attack on .
baths, round games gallops by day and I
the same street by different namss President Boosevelt .eccasioned widespread = .'
PASSED-COUNCIL TO FIGHT cannot otherwise than lead to confu moonlight dances by night on the.yel-. _conaeot. Is one of the most "Pensacola of Forty Years Ago, by Senator Stephen R. Mallory.
sion. Other low sands with partners of every va
cities
having two
.! !INJUNCTION SECURED BY J. E.' for different portions of the names same rlety of color down to the laughing yellow ptctnrescnfe branch ef'cOTgfess.ctarcrten; The of the upper'of"PltcbfojkiBfen : An article.from the National Sportsman, entitled "Pensacola, the Fisherman's

street has always proved unsatisfactory girls of the native class and the I "
LONG. wirfeb.be,earned even i Paradise by Mayor Chas. H. Bliss.
and detrimental simple Indian ,
then what may peasant damsels of the '
we expect of the northern part of Pen- elds. It Is a sight not soon to be for I I before tos entrance to the senate was
f where all of the streets have three gotten to witness the general rush toward .. applied him 40! account ef the wa1in : Pensacola trade statistics, from his report to the Chamber of Commerce-by ;
An adjuorned meeting of the City different: names? It seems to to which be referred to Grover Cleveland
ma ;
the sea' of < Secretary
: Council was- hela' last night. with Le at least very undesirable.I toward the ,eUee-I "of the latter/a -
servants. The
Major Bliss presiding and Aldermen find by exam'natloa: that the government usually dispatches secoad term. Tllbnan 'was then governor -
D'Alemberte. Yonge, Watson, Christie, names of some of these streets are an officer and a guard to super- of South Carob and a candidate .
r Reilly. Wright Hays, Cahn Baars, duplicates of streets in other parts of fcitend the pitching of the anntfal camp for tie senate, Ete promised that8XNJ.TOR j.
ilcllugh and Muldon present. the city for instance we have two upon the beach, or, rather, upon the -
Tha first business to come before Jefferson streets and two Adams forest covered sand ridge which fringes
the council was the following coin streets. W$ have two 1st streets, two I the shore. Each family rigs up Its own The work is attractively printed on"heavy enameled pap r, and thc halftone
4 munication from the major: 2nd streets, two 3rd streets, two 4th cane hut, lightly thatched with palm
views which embellish it are not representative of the city's widespread points
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: Street Names Mixed. stre'ts, two 5th streets, two 6th I I trees and floored with petates or mats, { ,
To The Honorable Board of Aldermen Directs, two 7th streets two 8th i I the whole wickered together with vines of attractiveness, but they are superb samples of the engraver's and the printers! art
streets, two 9th
City of Pensacola.GentlemenThe I streets, two 10th or woven together basketwise and par
Board of Public streets two 11th streets two 12th:! titioned In the same way by means' of The Panama Canal Edition is now on sale at the news stands and throughoutthe
Works streets: and two 13th streets; we havetwo '
has undertaken to place street
names on the corners of streets In 6th avenues, two 7th avenues, colored luxurious curtains of cotton cloth. The city, and out-of-town readers are invited to send in their orders on the coupon
more ladies send
down
two 8th their
order that the free delivery orthe avenues two 9th a. 'nues, two
city may be extended, and system my attention 10th avenues, two 11th avenues two neatly curtained beds and make some contained in this announcement. Address all orders to
\ has been called to the fact 12th avenues and two 13th avenues. times a certain show of elegance.
that the streets in the northern part two 14th avenues and two 15th aven:
II' of the city have three names. For ues.; :
I do not think that I need to racking Pork.
instance Gadsden street is Gadsden pro-
THE PENSACOLA
street north of the central part of 1!\rtice any argument before this council Clean the barrel thoroughly until all JOURNAL,
,4 town. Is Campbell street in the aa to the inadvisability! of having bad odors are removed; then cover the
Western part of town and Is. 4th different street named with the same bottom with three Inches of salt and
.. street' In the eastern part of town. name for it is worse, if anything than pack: In a layer of pork'closely filling
The people living in the cXstern part having the same street with two or the space and covering the whole layer"j Pensacola Florida.
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three .
: of'town on 4th street claim they live different names. I II I with salt three Inches deep. Pound It ,
commend to
your Honorable down solid with an ax: and 'start an I
Body that a committee be appointed I
J PIANO PLEDGES.We to investigate the naming of the other layer, keeping on in the, same I / .
don't make ,pledges to treat streets of the city with instructions way until the pork Is all packed. Cover -. --- ._____1
them lightly nor do we break them to re-name one of the : the whole with a half bushel of salt -
when they are made. streets where th3 name Js duplicated and let it stand a few days after which" I
OUt Pianos are good pianos. We and to. designate a single name for clean cold water should be added. Afloat 'ii T.
the POLYGAMY: BEFORE DIVORCEWhy of New York whose opinion as to''hi
.. make that as a positive statement streets that have two or threeMmu with a flat stone on top,will keep LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. legality, or a duplicate thereof will
and are ready to back it up with our t the meat from rising abovt the sur- be it
I think It ArchbUfcvp Motile Prefer the delivered to the purchaser or.
reputation gained by more than twen.! matter oe attended very Important to that this i face. This plan requires more salt Former.To'ygamy In Escambia County Circuit Court more than one purchaser, to earh of(
at
ty-five years of successful business; ono? before than commonly used but is sure' State Florida. In Annie n
the Board of very of Chancery. the purchasers. The bonds will
Public Works Is to divorce
preferable ,
experience. You can have goes to BENJAKIX B. TILLUAX.f .
one put inf the I for keeping meat American Cultiva' Thorsen vs. The unknown heirs >engraved under the supervision o:
your home now and "pay when expense of having the namcalplaced desired Arc>>tmep Moelfer of Cincinnati -
like"
upon each street intersection. tor." elected he would use a pitchfork on, of John McCree and against all parties ; and certified as to genuineness b>' thsUnijed
If you wish. I the other day at the sixth annual
Respectfully subbmlttd. we president aaa later in a Speech alter claiming an interest in the West States Mortgage and TnM
CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE, meepns ,or: vajt Feaeration or uatnouc, 43 feet lot OW of
CItAS. H. BLISS. his entrance to the senate called of.Arpent 57. City Company of New York.
Pensacola, Florida. I Societies Hamilton county, says a Pensacola. On Monday, the 25th day Each blank
bid
Ia>'or. him "the bull necked and idolatrous occupant -j must be made on a
-- On motion the communication was of the White House," at the Cincinnati dispatch. of May, A. D. 1906, the defendants are II form furnished by the City and niu>t
received and the major's 'recommendation A REPUTATIONHOW same time referring to Secretary Car "Divorce shoald be abolished," besaid. required to appear to toe bill filed be accompanied by a duly certifi*!
_ The adopted. lisle "tbe Judas .- "PoIYI'my Is a lesser evil as It against them herein. This order to check on one of the banks of the Cit
as from
I Kentucky.
Is a grouping of wives and is hindered be published once each week for of Pensacoa! for two ((2) pr cent. ol
Salaries of Bond Trustees. In addressing aa audience ,the senator by expenses, while divorce is merely twelve ((12) consecutive weeks in The the par value of the bonds bid TO!'.
SilverwarejjJ Alderman Cahn moved IT WAS MADE AND RETAINED does not believe in flattery. He Pensacola Journal, pub- The enI.
to reconsider driving wives tandem, and the QUes- a newspaper bid should be in a sealed
i the recent action of th 3 council in IN PENSACOLA. was once hissed at a meeting' in tion of expense does not figure." lished in said Escambia County.A.. opemarkelt "BUs for Improvement
_ \Ve regard to the nonpayment of salaries Charleston and broke out with: 'fgr. Moeller also said: "Miss Anna M. McMillan, Clerk Circuit Court by Bonds" and addresspd to I* Hiltna
to the bond trustees. Considerable i "This fs the fifth time I've tried to Hall's hill which proposes that the In. U G. Aymard D. C. Pensacola, Fla, Green, President of the Board of B'n *
discussion: was indulged in and the poke some sense in the heads of you curably sick and wounded Feb. 22, 1906. 24feboawl2wks. Trustees. The bid, to be consiJTe-1.!
Sell hopelessly
_ motion the for reconsideration! was lost, A good reputation is not easily earn-,: people- but I suppose you don't want be pit to death by physicians, is le roust be received at tae office of fin
aud ordinance affecting the expenditures ed, and it was only by hard, consis-l!I lit, and, I think you'd better beat your galised murder. It is outrageous. It NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Board of Bond Trustees In PensaoolR,
of that body was put on tent work among our citizen? that: drums and stampede like a lot of cowards is Notice is hereby given to all creditors Florida by or before 12 o'clock unni,
Ufo : directly against the commandment,
third Sidewalk reading and Ordinance.The finally. pass'd.1 I Doau's Kidney Pills'-won their -w'ay.to i ,as you aid the .second time .:'I Tboa shalt,cot til"and} is opposed to legatees and distributees of and on March 28, 1906; and at the same
be
all having claims demands place delivery of the bonds will
the proud distinction attained in this I came here. You are a set of old fosslli, persons or
All the
: discussion next question the which aldermen called] for locality. The public endorsement of I Ir and you can go to the. devil in your teachings of Christianity. I against the estate of Mrs. Fanny Sul--made on April 10, 1906 at 2 o'clOo"]
among was scores of Pensacola residents has r "' livant deceased, to present such p. flu. The sale of said bonds is sub
I an amendment to the sidewalk ordinance ,Nn.-I I own way. I don't waDtyo votes. ,
I
: dered invaiuable service to the claims and demands to the undersigned ject to approval by the City CounHof
':::: The offered by Alderman Yonge. The munity. Read what ,this citizen says: ;' One of the famous episodes in the seator's A CLEANLY AGE. within two years from this date, the City of Pensacola and tha rightis
amendment
i was finally adopted and : career was his encounter en the
24 A. D. 1906. GenevieveS. reserved to all bids
: Charles Wilson, living on West Ito. February reject any or
'. :'the the third ordinance time'was, after being read for, mana St.. brick mason by trade, says: 'I floor of the senate with his colleague Twentieth Century Ideas Incline To-' Beard, Fanny W. Sullivant M. L.SulIlvant. '''For further particulars address ''in

I Alderman Reilly Introduced passed. the following -I procured Doan's Kidney Pills -atj j I I from South arolina, Mr. McLaurin. wards Sanitation and Preventatives. .... executors.. 24feboaw8w United States Mortgage and Trust
Is built the heirloom Sidney Kahn's drug store corner of j the two men,coming to blows and being Company or the undersigned
on plan, made resolution which was unanimously Nowadays scientists believe that in
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I Palafox and Romana streets and used I punished by the senate by temporary NOTICE OF SALE. L. HILTON GREE.'l.Chairm1ln
to last for years and j ears, and then adopted: them for a lame back and sharp i i suspension from membership sad cleanliness lies the secret of preven.' Sealed bids will be received by the Board of Bond Trustees

descend to the next generation. Will Fight Injunction. twinges of pain which passed through)[I expulsion from the chamber. It was tion of diseases.To Board of Bond Trustees of the Cityof Pensacola: Florida.

': """hereu, C. H. Turner, A. E. me when I stooped or made any sudden i during his administration as governor prevent a disease, remove. the Pensacola. Florida from February '
'841 ROGERS BROS: i: Z?1ius., and C. H, BUss, constituting movement. I was surprised at,' of South Carolina that the dispensary cause. 26, 1906. until March 28. 1906, at 12 ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
i I i the Beard of Public Works of the the quickness with which,I was reli v-I'1 l law was passed. The enforcement of Just as unclean habits breed o'clock noon, for the purchase all I Estate of Frederick Bonar. decease
City of Pensacola have been tempor-I ed. Mrs. Wilson also suffered from I .the new law occasioned riots. and in many or any part of Three Hundred Thou- I Creditors legatees, distributees? anl
i SPOONS. FORKS. ETC.. ,; anly' enjoined ,by J. E. Long from her back and kidneys. She could, their suppression the governor ruled diseases so careless habits will breed sand Dollars (J300.000)Improve-I all persons having claims or demands
are as near perfection for this j I removing him from his position as I,hardly turn In bed and suffered from for a time with band. dandruff. Improper use of another's ment Bonds of the City of Pensacola. I against the said estate are required '0
purpose as an Iron
is possible, and we shall take pleasure inI j i street superintendent! cf said city : a dull aching in her loins. Just be Senator In brushes!! ,.combs, etc., will surely cause' Florida," i ocing of the denomlnaton of 'present the same to me within two <%)
bowing you all the late designs in this : "Therefore be It. resolvsi; that the;fore taking Doan's Kidney Pills s>w|I field Tlllman was born Edge- dandruff, and. in time will just as 11,000 each dated January 1, 1906, i years from this date.P. .
reliable brand. : city attorney Ife hereby Instructed to was completely laid up. After taking county. N.. c.. la 1547.He left curely cause baldness.It's maturng January 1. 1936, subject to H. 'WHALEY. Administrator
immediately take steps to have said I them all symptoms of kidney throubie\i 1 school to join the Confederate army microbic infection nothing more the right of the City to redeem any or January 13. 1906. lSjaDoa'WSWDr.
injunction dissolved. and, looking to left her, sad up to date.there has been' but an lllaeas which resulted In his I lo nor less. all of said bonds at any time after
said dissolution: to seek Information. no recurrence. I strongly urge Pen-,I log the eight of one eye prevented his N wbro's Herpicide kills the dan:: twenty(20)years( from the date thereof
eeciii aid and assistance from the said C. sacola people to use Doan's Kidney being a soldier. The character of the t dniff germ, and causes hair to grow at par and accrued interest and bear.' WODlIaf$ usen ::I:
H. Turner, :A.. li Zeliug and C. H. I Pills if they suffer from their back I South Carolina member u a puzile to ', luxuriantly.' Herpicide Is absolutelyfree ing interest at the rate of 4% percent PAINLESS Oi'lu elixlrot laudADum.opIUIDt(

____ 107 SOUTH PALAFOX ZTRTPENSACOLA Bliss, and that the said Turner, or kidneys." observers of national events and those from grease or other injurious per annum, payable seml-an- ",&
__ t Zellus and Bliss be directed to, render I -For sale by all dealers. ,Price 501 participating in.t *D1. Ills friends say substances.Tor nually. The principal and interestare I 1DI1IMEI or pap.or
I: said aid. assistance and information i otJts. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo that he Invariably present his worst sale by W. A. lyAIemberte;, payable in gold at the office of the -. I o.hDme tr lt-
.__ _--1 I I to the said attorney. i, New York sole agents for the United: aide to the public that he Is a man ofgreat druggist and apothecary 121 .South L United States Mortgage and Trust IUIIIwistorlflm ., .
I I I (Signed) Frank Reilly. Sol Cahn, States. ability a genial; companion and I Palafox street, or sens' lOc In stampsfor Company, New York. t U *NDWhiskey 8. II tN, WUOLLU." arLOt.
1 l J.: M. Muldon, W. B, Wright, H. H. Remember the name-Doan'*-and fire'eater sample to The Herpicide,Co., De The legality of the bonds will Jje approved Care UaAt l eot(1SF -
.-Wm. Hays. Uas. McHu Jno. i take -: only when. making. a political .
,' ha aa other. trot. Mich. '.j by Messrs. Dillon & Hubbard
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4.. THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL sAfURDAYMORNQ MARCH, 3, 1906
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LOTS FOR.sALE FORDesirable\:SALE.I:: WANTED 4I I



ARch Landlordand ." -.. ..' PROPERTY TO SELL. HOOTON &, WATSON,


": WE WOULD like to hare consigned Successors to Thos. C. Wttsoo 6 Co.

with us for sale several nice cottages
of
bunch
a worthless rent receipts are 'on'.East HilL We want several place Leading Real Estate Rental. and Insurance igency
all have to'show North ,
you for your.hard-earned on Hill. In prices ranging from ,

money. TwoStory"Brick ] $3000 up. We- wunt consignments ot
% vacant lots close In to center of city
$50 00 to $75.00 '
.. : ''I or on or near car lines. We want fora
List of Desirable' Property for Sale
I good customer a vacant lot or: house -
Stop the Rent Habit! Building and lot somewhere on the bay shore

Only $1.00 cash: ,or: water front. I Two story brick building, centrally located. Just off ot Palafox

If you are the owner of any such street.. _. .. .. .. .. .. ...... .... .... .. .. .. .. ..$10,500.00
: 5O cents a week' Palafox Street. between. 'places and want results let us havea Seven dwellings and a store and dwelling building with nearly half
Buy your own home. Get together a few and Intenden- description of your property.. a block of gao nd r splendidly situated on a corner.. A bargain

hundred and we can ,put you "next" to No Romana rOR QUICK SALE. at----------. .. .... ......,. .. .. ., .... .. .. .. ..46.300.0One
cia streets. of the most desirable building lots on North Hill on a corner.
several handsome houses that can be had taxes.No We have consigned with us for a fronting south near car line 100 by 150 feet. .. .. .. ..$3,700.00

just about like paying rent. See-us now! interest.You MUST BE SOLD AT ONCE few: days 5 lots on North Hill at $600; Two story new dwelling on corner lot 60 by 125 feet on North

Don't wait! also 7 lots at $700 per lot This property Hill_ .. ..' .... .. .. ........ .... .. ... .. .. ...$3,15000
can double your money la in line for rapid enhancement :A desirable and very comfortable one story, six room dwelling 'with'all

For particulars apply to or ,splendid for home purposes. Let I modern' conveniences, on the car line. West Gregory Street lot

In these lots before paid for. us show it to you. j' 80 by 144.. .. .. .. .. ........ .... .... .. .. .. ....$3,000.00
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12 room 2 story house one block off! North half of block 67. New City Tract; 10 lots by 137 ft 6 inches eacha

McDavid-Byer Company Palafox, near Baptist church. This I beautiful location overlooking the bay; only one block from carline

LESLIE E. BROOKS property is worth the money and) .. .... .. *.. .... ...... .... .... .. .. ...... .2000.00
Pensacola Investment Company y Agents New York more. .. .. ..... .. .. .. ....$3150, Six room story and half dwelling with two acres of ground in western

20 :1-2 S. Palafox St. Phone 462. Life Insurance Company. 6 room neat cottage and 5', Jots on] suburbs... .. .. .... ... ...... .... .... .. ... .. ....$1,200.00
4. H. D'ALEMBERJE corner across street from lots selling Two story dwelling on' East DeLeon with enough vacant ground for

City Manager. 8 E. Government Street. at $600;. North Hill.. .. .. _..$2750 two small cotta'ges .. ............. .... .. .. ....... ..$850.00

w. H. KNOWLES, msldraL p. B. SIMPSON, Secretary. Phone 7CO. Pensacola Fla Those having' property desiring to sell same, would find It to their -

J.E. STIUMAN! V-frei. and Gem-Manager. KNOWLK HYER Treasurer. For SiJeTYPEwRITERSAll ,. $10,000 to loan on Pensacola prop- advantage to place same in our hands as we have disposed of about
erty. 300000.00 worth in the last. 60 days. If you have funds to loan.

Kael Estate, Loans General Investments. makes, new and consult us. If you desire an agent to collect your rents; or want
second .hand, for sale and rent. $1350Buys Insurance placed In first 'class com fire Insurance; or If you want to buy a piece of property and Jon't

215 South Palafox Street Pensacola, Florida. Phone 380. T. B. Bruce. 28 E. Government panies. know who owns same. consult us. I

w- 2mar'XR
six room cottage with bath, B
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oF= Wright street. L. S., BROWN & CO.

MOYER'S GROCERY STORE AND MEAT MARKET. cash. W. R. Meriwether, 2mar3t Nice home N..8th .ave, corner lot HOOTON & WATSON

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Corner Government and Alcaniz Streets. Phone 718. FOR SALE-One black and one red .. .. $1650. Theisen Building.
Western and Native :Meats of the finest cocker S'parriel pups. Apply W.. T. Five room house hall and bath on '
jeep
JO( pounds Graulated Sugar $1.00. 20 pounds of NIce" Clean Rice: 2mar4t Beautiful 8 room' two story house on Money to Loan. .
lot and modern
'corner new
large ;
jlW, Fancy Country Syrup 35c per gallon. Honey In the comb or ex FOR SALE.-Improved and unimprjved .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ........$ 800.I -
of Hone Give me a call. I will show MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody' borrows -
tract ) yOU how to save money. property in all parts of the city. -
Five corner lots.; East 8th St ..$950. ,
A. McD. MOYER. Phone 718. J. Wilson & Co., Real Estate Agents I I money from Jno. A. Hall &
GadsJen .
Three lots. corner street Co., 16 E., Government street. When D. HALE WILSON 6 CO.
-- -- ---- Room 7, Salisbury building. Phone and car line.. ..: t .. .. .. ..$950.( in need call on us. dfeblm DIRECTORY

HELP WANTED Wanted 172. 23jan Five lots facing Oporto square, E., 4

FOR SALE.-.-One choice block on top 13th street :. .. .. '.. ......$1250., MONEY LOANED on all kinds of personal REAL ESTATE, Joppa Lodge No. 6, I. O. O. F.

who -will 'V.A' 'TED-To lease of the ridge east of the electric 200 acre farm 8 'room house, near property on short notice. ,Joppa Lodge, No.6. I. O. O. F..
.. NTD-Cxk remain or buy five
: one or
a '
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on !premises preferred. Apply six room cottage or will entertain railway between 7th and 8th streets. Pensacola on P. & A. It. R.$2000- Terms easy. J. B. Gray & Co., 2 W.Romana. RENTS. AND LOANS ]meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30|
1165.
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Phone
Pirst National Bank. ImtfWANTED proposition from party who owns lot ''I'Nautre has favored this section and it I I ifeb o'clock[ at Rafford Hall, West Garden

and willing to build me suitable cot cannot be duplicated. A., V. Clubbs. C. R. YEAGER MONEY: TO LOAN.-On real estate or We have the following special bar- St Visiting brethren are cordially

: Address of physician who tage. Price and terms must be reasonable FOR SALE OR RENT-60 acre farm; I other sufficient security by ayplj. gains in very desirable real estate for vited.
desre! good location. Box 19 Car- < and location not too far outDo 5 miles from city on Brent road; 7' 202 Thiesen Building. Phone 686. ing to Thos. Pebley, cor. Palafox' and a few days only. T. H. FLEETWOOD. N. G-

rabetle. Fla. 2mar3t not answer this ad unless lOU can room hous. all fenced In; I 5 fields; 2 Romana. up stairs. ITnov-m. I. W. GINGLES & Co
,
give full particulars in first letter as story barn good water. mall box 'on MONEY TO LEND-On good real ea- SPECIAL BARGAINS. 31jan6m. "
WANTED-Colored: house!! girL Ap. .
217 North Cevellos St. Imar to location price terms name of I.,the land. Address "Farm" care tate security or on good collateral: 2 lots in block 1'10. New City 80x137
I
ply party etc. Address "Good Tenant"I Journal. 13feblw Timber Lands at lowest' rates. Leslie E. Brooks. feet! on car line .. .. .. .. ,.' $400.00 Pensacola Lodge. No. 3. K. of Pi

WANTED-A. good.house girl; and a care JournaL 2marlw FOR SALE-For a' few days 0 i1:2: Fisher building. 21Jan 3 lots comer 16th ave. and Gads ]meets,every Monday evening at 7:30

good cook. Apply at 52 W. Gonzalez 'SECOND HAND CLOTHING WANTED lots opposite the Hagerman residence MONEY LOANED on aU kinds of personal den street. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1000.00 ['clock at their temporary Castle Hall
corner Baylen. ImarSt property on short notice. 5 lots fronting Toledo square in New t.[ver lou stable. W. Intendencia St.
-Highest price paid for gent'sclothIng New City 62500. Fine location -
.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1000.00 Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.J. .
WANTED-Men to learn barber trade. cnly. Also sail second hand for a home. Apply B. F. Wolfe.Citizen's For Sale Terms easy. J.'W. Bullard. upstairs City with bath and A. KUIKPATRICK, C. C.
5-room house
One
South Palafox St. Phone 1144.
to' goods. No. 9 E Intendencia.WANTED.AlI Bank. ISfeblm 28% ,
\\e for positions $12 HHORSLEIIKotR.&S
prepare you lOOT sewer connection gas in every room;
$20 weekly. You can practically earn FOR .SALE-Beautiful block In New I nice neighborhood.! If taken at -I

\nur tuition tools and board before work. I sell all kinds kinds of of electrical electrical City. Tract No:31%. For cash 603. ... UNLIMITED amount ol money to loan snce, .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$1.450.00 Rathbone Lodge Nil
short time required to A. M. Mc Ulla: Court on all kinds of personal property block 17 West King '
completing; ; positions Apply .. Housa. 6 houses in q
K. of P meets
30. eye
batteries and other electrical supplies. We have them. /Several splendid. Special rates to business men on large )
Write forfrf'e month. Will
locations waiting. $30 00
or laug TI't>ct. renting per
When need me ring 345 955. large small turpentine locations Thursday evening at 8:0:
catalogue. Moler Barber College you or and. leans. The New York Loan Co., 20I4 of .. $2600.00All
E. W. Peake. new Star Laundry build. FOR SALE -Nice clean"old news'pa. Saw Mills and Saw'mill locations. South Palafox. lend $2,00000 necessary bar (o'clock In their temporary
New Orleans. La. 25feblw of these propositions are 1
ing. E. Garden. ISdec.WANTED. pers at live cents a bundle. This of. Some excellent bargains in large will be held open.for a fewcays ;M Castle Hall over Pou stable
gains aid
TED-Three short goods solicitors fice.; > Jfi* and small traits: of round and boxed W. Intendencia street.
Solomon Furniture Co. Sfeb .-Real Estate for sale or timber lands. te>.f Board and Rooms.FOR onlyExcellent -. Visiting knights are COA'
location en
-.- --- -- -- rent lease or exchange. Your business AUTOMOBILES am' agent for the Large tracts*'of, Mississippi Delta warehouse dully: elcomed.
WANTED Manager for branch offlcs respectfully solicited. J. A. Wi Pope Mfg. Co. and can sell you autos and Hardwood lands. RENT! -One 'double furnished raIlroad track very cheap. hand. J. D. KIRK C. a

we wish to locate here in Pensacola. son, Real Estate Agent 22% W. Government from $500.00 up. They cost less than Splendid. -list ol valuable property room suitable for light house ke* p- Good 8 per cent mortgages on C.J.LEVYKoIR.5.
kind of investments.
\ddress, with references. The Morris street, .Room 7/ Salisbury horses to keep up. They can be run and flno.location for.a,Colony! or-- Stock ing., ''Apply 1000( E. DeSoto. Imarlw Best Property in all part, of city.vacantor
Wholesale House. Cincinnati. Ohio. building. Phone 172. 23ja in sand or anywhere a horse can go. Farm in South East Georgia. for sale. Knights of Columbus:
wanted and
Cfeblm Leslie E. "Brooks. "I| Some .of, the ,..ctu>tcest, residence FOR RENT Newly ,furnished room Improved 30 S. PalafoxSt. Meetings of the
places 'i- the bltfutftul' little city of ,for rent very reasonsonable.! Apply tt Knights of Columbus
FOR SALE-One 2311. P. boiler and Phone 234.
rFNT De rum ak-'J3pr ,'Us.an: d In'Milton. 20 W. Romana. Imarlw .. I(: c.r. are held at their hail, ,
engine portable! boiler On' wheels .
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WANTED No. 8 West
IntendeD-
Fla. ; -
engfna= or boiler In running'order.. f. ,[ 1.r: : BOARDERS WANTED.o persons
Odr "prices,""and terms', reason Wvr,' cia street on every
; a.T91.
carts who will room' together on first floor MiscellaneousNOTICE
Also 2 log complete ready.tor
RENT Two story '
FOR residence .':. Monday
able ; evening at ;
POSITION WA.'JTED-Young lady de with all modern conveniences corner service. For terms apply to Jas. Mc- at 616 East Gadsden St.-24feblw'_ 7:30 o'clock. I'
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Aa !
sires position as stenographer., Ad .Spring and Strong Sts. Apply C. Voy &;, Co. Cantpnem nt. Fla.. .Gal,... .on or'iteU&.c : WANTED few'Jboarders at 212 W. offer my services as .surveyor "4 V., Titation ii extended n. i I

fssD._ B.. care Journal. Imarlw H. Turner._ Sfeb 23feblm.: .. "l. t .Gregory. New' house good neighborhood locating homesteads for the to visiting Knights.

'V.ANTED-Reliable: man Is open fora FOR SALE-700 feet second hand. RENT.-Elegant 2-story 8-room
position as millwright circular FOR cottage at 318 West Belmont St. Apply 'Inch galvanized pipe' In ...20-foot NICE FURNISHED ROOMS for rent. Address W. J. Stephens Sr., Lock- Em!. FOX Grand Knight. 'h
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filer and hammer. Reference fur I Star Laun lengths. Ad 'ress 1P.-O. Box A'l. City v' Newly furnished clean and nice hart Ala. ISfeblm.; Recorder. ,
Walter Ingraham at
to :
nlshed. Address H, care Journal } -' near'postomce. Apply at 128% E.
dry. 25Ja febUI Re Estate. and street Mrs. B. M. Trainer. C. ROPKE has' Just opened a butcher '
w.J FOR SALE My property 416 E. BraIned ,Abstract Government ,. 'shop and grocery store corner Davis Pensacola Lodge No. 4, 1. O. O. F.
W.AXTED-The: public to know FOR RENT.-Elegant two story stow SL consisting of four lots 40 (Company, 7janlm. and Brainard Sts Your patron Pensacola Lodge No. 4. I. O. O. F..

wr can do all Kinds of repairing room In new Star Laundry building x50 feet; a two story dwelling containing DeFonlik newspapers at five cents a bundleat solicited. Satisfaction guaran meets every Thursflay evening at 7'SO(
P 0 Box I 115 Springs s Aorl a. age
Garden street Apply Walker In ,
float building horse shoeing etc. J. E. 6 rooms hall ways bathroom this office., They are all clean teed. Phone S15. Imarlm at the new hall on West Garden '

G Welsh Carriage Co. 27febKODAKEIIS. graham. Star Laundry. 22dec. closets and pantry. On car line; will' and nice. street. Visiting brethren cordially
sell entire property for $3000.00. E WATTS AND OOLESContractorsand invited. E. '
Kauffman's R. BINGHAM has storage room for and day. GREENBLATT
get prices A. BAYIIflTEL.-OPen night
L. Reese. 22feb 9 For;Sale builders. Estimates on all kind J. NEVILLE. Secretary.
for developing and: finishing. Best rent suitable for furniture or other I European plan. Rooms light and of building and repair work Satisfaction -
and cheapest in city. Mail orders receive goods '104 and .106 South Tarragona JUST RECEIVED-Large saipment clean. Transient trade solicited guranteed. Phone 1208 offica,

; prompt attention. Romana and St. Phone 630 30no imported Olive OiL Retail by pint PORCH CURTAINiS-HBetter than 576- 'l9 S. Palafox. Jis. S. Nlcolau, 208 N. Reus. 28feblm Daughters of Rebekah.

Palafox Sts. 20feb gallon or larger quantity. G. Morasso 'awnings. Half: ; the price; keeps out Prop. Naomi Lodge No. 10, Daughters ot '

& Co,ship chandlers grocers, 7C1 thfc sun.. lets In ,the air. Six sizes. CARRIAGES repaired and repainted. Rebekah meets every Monday night #
WANTED To loan money on your For Gale South Palafox. 4oct Orders being booked for April 1 delivery. Floats built to order. Horse shoeing at 8 o'clock in I. O. O. F. halL VisitIng .

personal property and household( FOR SALE-First class .: Postal, Box:483. or phone 485 LOST a specialty.. J. G. Welsh. Carriage sisters cordially invited to be pres
goods. Mobile Loan Co., corner J et- grocerystore '
27feb
ferson and Zarragossa Sts. FOR SALE-A. R. ,BIngham has a and .meat market in connection fixtures :-\ brings. sample!: : Smarlw Co. ent. '

Sfeblm good team of mule? for sale. See etc. Reason for selling leaving LOST:-A bunch ot keys in or near HACK No 12-Always ready with good MRS PEARL WITKOV'SKJ.Janss .
SALE.-OnJy ;4 youn& Boar pigs: KENDRICK. ,Sec.
Address P. O FOR Suitable reward for returnto WILLIE
them on lila newfloat feb2 the city. ;Box 697. of Florida 68923 postoffice. reliable driver. C" H. Taylor pro-
Duke out
COURT HOUSE DYEING. Pressingand 7feb. I sired by V. Holst,& Co., Baylen street.wharf. Hackman's Ex
Cleaning Club. 118 N. PalafoxSt. of Orphan Lee. of Baltimore. 58544. 3ma prietor. Phone 1236. No. 81. meets tint and!
FOR SALE-80 acres good land three I or Danheloser's saloon. 20feblm ){.' E. B. A.
.. :Mrs T. J. Davis Prop. Your pat. miles south of Chipley. Twenty FOR SALE-Tbe Lewis Bear Co. are I All guaranteed with registrations and change Phone 185. third Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.

ronage solicited; satisfaction guaran- acres in cultivation and pure spring agents for the famous Corno, Hen pedegrees.. Carl _Selterlind. Chipley. LOST-Near postoffice bunch key of keys and VIThe'patrons of the "Viavl m. Ra3ord Hall. No 10. West Intea-

leed Careful attention given ladles water. Will sell,for cash,.or on time. Feed.Finest thing in the world to Fla. 26nov. containing one postoffice for re Treatment" are cordially Invited to dencia street

garments. Phone 1222. Sfeb, Apply A. Hogeboom, Chipley, Fla. make hens lay. Keeps 'em In good I I various other keys. Return& Bro. 2marlw call at Hotel Southern Mondays and! A. Q FELL, Pres. ,

W.\ "1'ED-You to use Corno Hen 28feb. condition too. 'Zt\b I FOR SALE-New piano cheap. Ad- ward. W. L. Morgan Fridays from 2 td< p. m.. where they J. L. SWEENEY. Sec.
"Piano/' care Journal. feb24 brown fur boa at the the representative, Mrs. H '
Peed This makes your hens lay FOR SALF.-Large horses and mules, dress LOST-One can meet
ana fattens them. Try It. For sale FOR SALE Modern Also'some cottage on east for turpentine operators and log men. opera house'Tuesday night. Reward P. Booth. Phone 1027. llfeblm W. O. VV.

}\* The Lewis Bear Co. 7feb Hill for sale.location.. Address choice Box We guarantee satisfaction. Address FOR SALE-Rose tinted satin gown,I for return to C. H. Dishman. 715 N. SHIP CHANDLERS-McKinzie Oert- Lire Oak Camp No. 1. W. t). W.

lots in nice Waterman & Co., G. G. Cobb. manager -' silk lined trimmed real lace and Palafox $t. --.--lmar4-- Ing & Co. wholesale and retail ship meets in Pytbian Hall 1st and :Sri
In Pensacolato 27feblw! ----
\VANTED-Everybody S27 city. : Chipley. Fla. 23feblm.: Good as Never I -- chandlers and grocers only first-class Wednesdays in each month. Vistin< :
know that the Y. M. C. A. buildIng India gauze. new. ] LOST A watch: size 16; has diamondset I
Wail built of brick made by th9 -R>R SALE-J1600 will buy two FOR SALE-Barred Plymouth Rock worn in Pensacola. Cost $85. Wi'lj! in back and initials E. L. M. engraved house of kind in city. Fair prices to all. sovereigns cordially invited.

Pensacola Brick Co., and they are prepared blocks of land and a new six room cockerel ready for yard $150 toS sell for $23.:' 1311 North Davis street I on inside of case and also on Corno Hen Feed will make your I BROOKS F. A. BOGHICH Clerk.Woodman' C. C. :

to furnish )'ou. J. S. Walton house on little bayou between Gar. $: ; 15 eggs $1.50; thirty $2.50. Mrs. Also white chiffon hat' three hand.some' locket $25 reward for return to The hens and keep them in a healthy 1 LESLIE E.
and Chase Sts. A good investment _plumes cost $18 sell for half No questions asked.IroarSt lay '
Ugr; 6feb den Lizzie B. Hughes Chipley.. f la.14feblm Journal office. condition. Try it For sale 'by. the
'> Circle.
home. For
beautiful 23feb3t
I or a par- *
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v;A.1\"TED-To purchase second hand tfcuars address .C. E.. Freeman. Box I ____number Lewis Bear Co. Tfeb>> W. O. W. C., Oak Grove No.4.

buggy in good condition. Apply to 556 City. 28feblw FOR SALE.-;10 room house corner FOR SALE.-Nice, clean newspapersfor LOST-A petition containing to but CUT FLOWERS-Orders promptly Woodman Circle meets every Thursday
value one
The Journal. 25fabWANTED lot* 3 blocks from Palafox lot 5Gx sale.1 Only 5c a bundle. They ot signatures of no Journal filled for roses, carnations. flowers 3 p. m, 2d floor Pythian Hall over

-We want jour orders for FOR SALE CHEAP-A few desirable 192 on car line. For particulars Inquire make1 good wrapping paper and are owner. Reward for return to Sfeb and designs of all kinds. Miss Bertie Pou's stable on Intendencia Street

1907 Art Calendars. Over 300 original Iota in New City East King Tract.. of Standard Clothing Co. :29Jaa i Just the thing to put under matting. office. Smith. 616 N. Barcelona. Phone 651.TAILORING Visiting sovereigns cordially Invited.
select from. All West King Tract and North HilL Address Mrs. Leona Langford, Guardian; Mrs..
designs to
B. L. Diamond Tailor.
JournaL -
Bargain care ------ -- --- - ---------- Clerk.
-- --------- M. B. Olsen.
Prices. Jlayes Printing. Co., Pensaco- 25feblw Gents' clothing cleaned pressed and
ta. I6feb i- repaired on short notice. No. 11%

WANTED.-The public to know that FOR SALE; -One fine extension table S..A.LE. West Government St.. Pensacola, Fla

old newspapers can be bought at : and six P. fine O. Box dinfng 395. chairs cheap.25feb POrl. Idee. Pensacola, St. Andrews and
Address
this office far five cents a bundle. They select neighbor- MANUFACTURING CO.wholesale .
re all clean and nice.WftJITED.Electric FRESH GARDEN SEEDS-All kinds 2 lots CO ft. front on the southwest corner Barcelona and Gonzalez streets. ,., very. .. .. ....$1500,005room THE DAVIS and real manufacturers Gulf Steamship Co.
I fresh farm and garden hood. .. .... .. ... .. .. 'I. .. .. .. .. .. ... ... ., .. ............ .... .... and
work of all k'nd.Let of strictly hall gallery closets house new _and In, good_ condition and dealers In 'cotton mattresses
back and TARPONW.03ARROW.Mastsr.
clean fans. recairour I seeds at reasonable prlO 8. Also cottage and reception front bargain at.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$1200.00 bed springs. Second hand furniture STEAMER
us your Banks Bro, large lot. on North 8th avenue between 11th and 12th streets a
fruit and nut_ trees. front gaiiery, gas and city and sold. ,Upholstering and repairing -
PanaKJ back and bought .
Jiwnio. da jour wiring etc. 25feblm Corner 8th 'avenue and 12th street, 5-room and hall cottage pantry,
Pensacola E1 ctd.: Co.. 205 S. Chipley Fla. lot.-. 'I. .. .. .. .. ..._..$1700.00 a specialty. 114 E. Belmont
house PASSENGER
water a large FIRST-CLAS3 ANn
new.
Town .., .. .. .., .. ..$450.00 Phone 771. C.T.. Davis, .
Lyien.WANTDDTo. FOR SALE-3 acres land on Building lots on west side of, N. Reus Street between and strong.,. .n St, city. FREIGHT SERVICE
Point opposite city near marine ways. Improvements on property, renting for $13.00 Mgr. ITJanlm
5-11.3 ft. on West Romana strwt at'the foot of Spring St.

watches, jewelry loan and money personal on your ef- $300 cash; deep water frontage.10teb Ad. per month.. .. ... .. .. ... .. ........ ........ ...... ... .._ ........ -. .. .. :................**."..$4000.00$4000.00 J. H. PORTER Kailmaker. 716 South -DetwVIrU-

tecl.s Highest cash price for old gold dress Land.' care ;Journal. 40 ft. by 170 ft. deep on East Romana St., next to Bass & Co., a good Investment ... .., .. ....$2509.00 "Palafox street. Orders taken for PENSACOLA. MOBILE. APALACHJ.

I.11d silver. LJghtman & Klein 106 E. MATTRESSES RENOVATED. New 5 lots on the South Eat corner of Spring and Lee streets! a splendid building-Bite. Baylen and Palafox tents awnings'camp stools and house COLA. CARRABELLE. ST. ANDREWS .

\ 1gbt. Phone 1127. tick furnished If de?lred.notics.All. Leave done thirty Block lots 107 few East days King only Tract at.i, Belmont*..Numbering. ..r. '...; .. .North.... _..Palafox........street. .. 'I. .between... '. .... ...'A"A$5000.oo cots. etc. Prices reasonable. *ijan.TEAMBOATSCHEDUE MILLVILLE.
short .. neigh
DINTED. A. R. BIngham wantt in good order on 8 and hall house, bath, gas a delightful; home ,
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506 East Jackson street two story room
orders at ,Green & Watson.. Phone ... ............ ..... .... .. ........$3500.00 I And all point on St Andrews Bays
Tour moving and hauling. He guai 4feblm borhood lot 93 ft. by 150.,*........ '., .. .. .. '.. .. > $ : Carrabelle and Apalachlcola.SCHEDULE ;
wtees all breakage. Phone 630. 193. 715 N. Bajlen, St.. 8 room 2stoif ,residence,lot.70x125: ft.. every ,modern convenience an2lVs"on ideal I

\\ANTED::.=TlauUng and transfer EGGS for hatching from carefully home. .. .... .. .. .. .., ...., .... ... ..... ... $5000.00 STEAMER CAFT. FRITZ J. M.
bar-
Strictly thoroughbred street between "and Sprin's streets. 00x123 a nica bnHdlng5iots"on"the site a Rogers, master Passengers and undaj 9:20
hens. .
ort Omce' 363 residence manted Cervantes Baylen I reoiacola n,
phoI&e 390. Acosta phone& White.: 22.28 N.TLrrago0 fowls and 1 guarantee'a good hatch. gain : ..... .::........ ...; ..-... ..... ...$1300.00 Freight service between Pensacola Leave for Mobile, AIL

St. 25mar. Stock for :sale reasonable Prices. southeast\soVnerSpring' and'Lee"streets" .. ........ .... .... .... ....$2500.00! and Freeport. Fla. tAt Baylen street m Lean PensacoU. Tnefdaj. $:3p 9,
Barred P'ymouth Rocks White Plymouth 3 lots on Strong street ,between lOUt and 11th avenues. This property is very cheap at.. .. .. *o o.uu wharf. Wednesdays. Tourists and for St. Andrews nuvuie1alcola'CMt1U0 Apao

WA.\TED.-'fhs: Merchants TransferCo. Rocks and S.C. Brown Leg- :MONEY at the lowest market rates o Interest'on Improved or vacant city property. others desiring to see places of Intereston and Intermedia

wants your moving- bauUnc. horns $1.00 per setting of 15 eggs or Choctawhatchte Bay"an All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Tnor- ; hundred for incubator eggs. i Rosa Sound should make .this trip.: additional Isformatlon apply t

n, Prop. Phone 978. 18JuoeUD.W.TEDTo have$5.00 500 a half gallon' cans fancy Florida The Fisher ,Real Estate Agency, Special rates ''for parties of ten or' J. H. SAUNDSJIS.B. ,

Will deliver:at 60c per ga more. For rates ,or other Information B. COBB. PtUl4ILCon.
buy old gold and all- Syrup. Plymouth Rock Poultry Phone '87 2O6 South Palafox: apply on board address; P.Box O. Frt and Pu"PeuacoJa. Ag:,
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Address
Ter. fIZei ion. .
broken stuff regardless! na.k. .
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up .
Bristol. Fla
Prop.. <692<: Pensacola.
Farm. J. J. Pope; ,
;.r..c Cash paid. LJgntman & Klein ,. ;., :.:tfeblm' '.
J:- Wriht. Phone 1127. Fla. -


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I l1 "McMillan Bros... Co., .... ..- In the midst. of life's festivities -the

t NOAMANMACK IS REAL l ESTATE.TAAN.SFERS OIi/J ...- ... M gaunt monster Death stallcs abroad

We Intend In the land. While many make merry there are those who are bowed .
Ywh15fr0Y'thobSt down and broken hearted ,by reason of a visit from the Grim Mons.
: ter.'which brings us' to' the fact that !It is the' duty' of every man to

protect those who are dependent on him for. support. No better
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that in no store. shall match. FORIJIBRYININ1900 thebesfof way than with polIcy in the Equtable. The matter is of great importance .

us to every.husband or: father for the span of life is short and

thereof uncertain is.and the end :' EEi.4.IEIE3: : :: : : : : '

liberalitywhich 1 ,Following is a list of the. deetls recorded iEM{ 'fl\1\ grain MOBILE. ALABAMA.MARKETS. .

yeiVrday reported by.Pensac The Gen'! AgtsFire.Life.
1 *. Abstract Co: ; s is.none nsurance Rowles Bros
means that no: W. T. Waters to Escambia RealtY4 .. Pensacola

store shall be as Quick ., ._. Co.. 2.7 undivided acres' of 'land SW 1 too good -
to wright any wrongs as Vi of SWH' containing: 49.1625, N& \
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we areDon't Well Known New Yorker Says that lot S\VWt containing 30.0325' acr.es.I for 'old Joe. i. '..Naval Stores. ---

I the W. 34.01625 acres of NWii _of SE I Ii Savannah Ga., Mar. 3-The: naval ................ .................................
Nebraskan is Logical( Candidate i.. E. 96.065 acres of NW% .and .N| scrupulous care; old ,time, 'store* market: closed today ag follows:

I ; E% containing 196.065 acres., All in distilling methods- expert WW .. .6 20 i ;:
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: I and Will Be Elected. Fillpe Prieto Grant, Sec., 56'T. 2 S. K: .WO1.. '.. ,.' 6 10 | Iron Works Supply Co. 1
attention
: result -
30 W. Also 2-7 undivided interest In: ; proper age. N.s., ,. ., ;.-.. 5 90
I : lot 19, block 64, West King TractBel.I : a perfect :whiskey-' M.- .. .. "f' .,..' .. ....545 0, Manufacturers and Repairers of MACHINERY AND BOILERS. f
Hesitate'to : I Norman E. Mack of Buffalo N. Y.. mont Numbering. Also 2-7 undivided it old- 'K.: .,. %0 FORGINGS, MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP t
: I editor of.tile Eyejiing limes of that interest in lot 23 block 22.'West KIngS) couldn't bear an 'I..4 55, REPAIRS A SPECIALTY. Prompt attention given. to all orders *
I' city and the'New York member of the Tract $1' aM other considerations joe" label if it wasn't. i:H.425G : day or night. Agents for James :McKay & Co.'s celebrated Lot and i

..: : tell us about any dis! 'democratic national committee, wasllirmipgharn Rac'aael S.Taylor to A.Fisher,j; i .- 410 : Timber Dogs also chains of all descriptions. Office phone l!:.. ResiA. 4
satisfaction. I. $u : Thursday, .says the lots 11 and 12, block 260. New City': full measure-convenient package F... .. ..' .* 10 dence phone 1029. P. O. Box 123. PHM- WITTMAN, Mgr. *
I, I, from Birmingham Age-Herajd. He arrived I Tract. 105. .. -I j reasonable prlce-sold everywhere E.; ;: .., .. ;. .. ..' .. ......4 10 ....H4:....................4............H..........:

r: SEE OUR MALLORY. t I Mrs. New Orleans; accompanied by D.- Hale Wilson to J. J. Hooton. be-j! D.... .... .-. ....4 10
I Tha Mack iad and been Mrs.enjoying Mack's mother.. ginning at a point 108 (t. "east of SE I 0, .. ... .. .. ...... ..410 .................t.++o++.. .........e.-
party
the carnival
I } corner.o -the- intersection of ;Jackson I "b&b" atlanta Spirits Turpentine. 69 cents.
CravenetteHats. and will visit Florida before
I and DeVillier "streets thence running '
returning home. east along south side of Jackson; St. AUSLEY &. CO.'S REPORTS UDSLEY
: "I found Birmingham an important no 's COMPANY f fI
city when I was here six years ago 40. ft, thence south at right angles 150ft. Liverpool. Cotton Market. j
thence
said W. 40 ft.and thence N. Close ,
-Mr. Mack
at the Hillman, "butit '
is a much' larger antf a much more 150 ft. to point of beginning $700. Jan.-Peb.. .
A. Way to H. T. t't'C. Morris Dannheisser .. .. .5.t8I
Important city now. The fact Is. Bir. Crawford lots r Feb.-Mar. .. ., j
mingham is a wonderfully attractive 9 and 10. block .:33: New City Tract, I Mar.-AprU...............*.5 63 | COMMISSION BROKERS,
I 200 (Formerly of Dannheisser Bros.) BCT
? and other considerations., April I.KaT .
place. I marvel at the strides It has
I .
i The John White Store made in six years. 'In ten years Birmingham The to Geo.First W.National Oglesby Bank lot of 6,Pensacola block.9.: --Pure Wines.Old Rye Beer and ana Tobacco.Bourbon, Fine I:June-Jaly.May-June......11.14J ." I II WEST INTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA, FLA. j
will have probably a popula .
I town of Bluff 11. -.4npst .............. 670jlutr .
I lion of Z50.000.11 the. signs point Springs 5150. Old Hickory Whiskey MySpecialty September.........5.74
4 I Speclalltt fit Me';'. Wear. that way." Will Dick to Susan jt. McGibben B pt mber.Oetober ....... ...........5.fO. Private Wires N. Y. N. 0 and Chicago. :
: 205-207 S. Palafox Street. Asked about oIilks. Mr. Mack lot 6, block 9, Bluff Springs: $100.C. 12 W. Zarragossa Street. Oetober'NoYember .:.. 5.57 I ,, j
said: "The outlook for the democracy H. Johnson to C. H. Smith, 6 PENSCAOLA. FLORIDA. November-December .... .6M't

-t Phone 225.CHAS.BLUM&.CO. III 1908 is sIngularly cheering. The acres in NW corner of lot 1, -Sec4,'T.. ) cember-Jju ury ........ ...... !
fact that 5. N. R. 20 W.. $300. COTTON STOCKS GRAIN PROVISIONS aild BONDS !
President Roosevelt had to .i i & 9'S Liverpool Spots,5.78. f ;
p win democratic support to get his; railroad '- -

rate regulation measure through A Safe Cough Medicine for Children: *; PIANOS AND ORGANS. -* I Nc.w.York! _Cotton Market.,. Bought and Sold on Margin or for Investment.
congress shows that the republicanparty '
In CASH' 'OR' EASY TERMS. T* Open High Low Close i, :
Is to b9 as badly divided as buying a cough medicine for chii $ All Piano Work; Guaranteed. # March...........- ..- WW 10.4i 10.33 1C 45M '
? the<<: democratic party was in 1896. dren never be afraid to buy Chamber.lain's : CLUTTER* RUSHING, # j.?....:.::.:.10.55 1068 1055 .10f6July. Reference: First National and Peoples Banks. Phone 1173 |
JULLQTaJ When men like Senator 'Aldrich and Cough Remedy. There Is no' 12 EAST GOVERNMENT ST. $ ...........10.68 wsi loss ie.so i

other great republican statesmen- sure danger to from follow.it and It i is relief is alwa> PHONE 476. .* Qetober............18.28 1031 1U25 10.CO .....O..........b......... ...+...4................4.
especially valuarble
mber..IO.50; 10.85 10.1S10.1jj
CXPRSS leaders part company with tha admin a- \
istration ana': when a republican President cough.for For colds sale by croup all and whooping .. j ** New' York Spots. 11.10
t has to look .to men of the opposition druggists. I
like Tillman and Bailey the Wheat.
democratic ,party }nay well tak; WIll BORE FOR OIL : Open High Low Close
PAINT YOUR HOUSE THIS SPRING
I'eart." IN BALDWIN COUNTY May-.. 80-tf 80i 80 8N d
"Bryan." said Mr. Mack "will h- '_ .CI' SHIPPING[ NEWS July.. _SO i W gt% [0SA

our logical candidate in 1908. In 1S96; The Bay Minette Times says:: )Make it look fresh and new and a fresh coat of paint
# Mr. Bryan was- .young impetuous and I Recently the annual meting ot Corn. makes the house last longer and adds tp.its \alue. C
$900 $4s0 untried. To-day he Is matured. When I stockholders of the Baldwin Count Open High Low Close
Bryan ,ran in 1908 he polled 1,000,000 I gallon thinned with linseed oi!
Oil and Development Co; was held at Cleared. May 43 3Ji 42'33
more votes than any other" democratic the office of Dr. H. .T. Inge in Mobile. JIlly_. ......481;{ 4.i' 43BA 43., Stag 'Pa i n tOne two gallons
Br ,
candidate ever 'PoJl d. Lugela asL cock. 1880, for 'SS
The ,following officers and directors $1.15 per gallon.
"Everybody must recognize the fact were elected to serve during the Greenock, with 1,980,000.: s 'ft sawn "' New York Stock Market

stands that Bryan for great has been principles.consistent.He stands He I! year Drectors:: :' H." T. Inge. 'Rare_ C-S. timber.Gudney Nor bkr'Saanum 820, for Southern, Pacific'...........?Open e&4 Close 65 Saunders Mill '

for the people against the trusts-for Bauer. EoB. Eidson. Jake' Markstein Euenos Ayres with. 3, 4,000 s ft, lum Copper........... 10Ti 103A. :
democracy againstplutocracy.. Bryan, ber. .... ,Phone 717 21 East
Aaron Moog, Chas Barclay and W,- D 8.B 139 -ISS a5
like Roosevelt antf: like! Cleveland. Is i Danrtall. VESSELS W PCRT.Steamship Atch.. ,... &Prf BA.E > !
absolutely honest and fearless. For President-Dr. H. .. 158tf IIS
T. Inge. .
the same reason that I was a partisan VIce-President-W.. D. RandalL. I *. LRT.....'... 81.: 80Eru -.....................................
or Grover Ceveland whn Cleveland I Secretary-tJake Markst in. I Alioth Dutch .ss/JJulda,. 1298:: JRot- B.&O .....:..............;..... 11)1/s() 100J.j '
vtas in the running I am for W. J. An oil was I terdam to order.Farmsum ,.. iiqFr ; 42 .
expert present at this
; 517 AND 519 WEST BAY ST.. Br>an. He stands for something and I meeting and expressed him-self as well I Dutch ss, Scheltema. U.: 8..v......-2j8 .81J, I A LIGHT THA T
41ii 40
the trust him. I believe i f
JACKSONVILLE. FLA. will people be Bryan I satisfied with the outlook and will no 1597 'West Hartlepool- to .W. U. Wit, U.8., preferred............. 10fli 105]. I
nominated and elected in coubt make' tich.: ', .
arrangements with the : .-
as &% 2L.
1908. company to at once bore' for oil in lolanthe, Br SS, Jt dgson. 19-t3. St. .
& N 145 :
Safes! Safes! Safes!, Mr. Mack will l avenirmlngham lower Baldwin cotrnty. A find of oil Vincent- ,.to Gulf Transit Co. bead. .' 73'4 45Ji 74 I AND IS I

this afternoon at 4 o'clock going to 1 here would mean much for the com Kirkswood, Br ss, Larson, 2095 Lon 1.0....., .163 i 1W I ;
Buy Diebold Safes! Florida by the way of Atlanta. munity at larga and there is every don. t' Met.....-. lift 116

; reason to believe that the. find 'will be Pleamoor.! Br ss, 'rest, 2803, Mobileto Q a .Pa.e........".. .... 170 l04 : .
Scarritt The Original. made sooner or later. master. *" N.Y.a 140 l43 : iWhen you hare Welsttach burn* .1
Moreno, Foley & Co., Chicago originated Secunda Br ss; 'Donnelson. 1309, P.O:. Ort- 98R'D'O fico or a 300-candle power Welsibach .
Honey! and Tar as a throat and lung I Tenereiffe The W. S.Keyser Co. .. IWi 135Bt.F the store you, have a. light. that -
Agent. remedy and on account of tim great To draw the fire out of a burn, heal : 17W4 l77BI. .
Sljedreelit! Dutch ss-Vessen. 1951, .single arc for gas tip openings .gives
merit and popularity of Foley's. a cut without leading a scar, or to .Galveston. ........ '................... : i'the candle. power of:the'op n. tip ;
Honey and Tar many, Imitations are cure boils sores tatter, eczema and all 8 R.-.' 8s5i 8S>,
Teodgra de Ta.rtn.1g ,.Br ea, Hudson, per cent. saving in cost. The -
: : offered for the genuine. Thesa! worthlEss skin and: scalp diseases use DeWitt's T.aL.'' 147 148Penna. '
2599. Hull. costs only. cents: an hour..
-VV-OOD Hazel Salve. A ....... 138 138
I imitations have similar. sounding Witch. specific for Tugela, Br ss: T&cock. 2148. Vera .
: names. Beware of them. The genuine piles. Get the genuine. No remedy Cruz.: .. t tr.P.-. 1511 Ulfg _____

All kinds that you want. Foley's Honey and Tar is in a yei-1 causes such speedy relief. Ask for Vivina Span ss, Bwstinza,.1&83' LJverpool f i it
-
low package. Ask for it and refusa BsWitt's-the"genuine. .;/ to:Gulf ,Co. Ausley &..Co's. Daily Cotton, Letter. Pensacola Gas
OAK any substitute. It is the best remedyfor ; Transit New York :Mar. 2.-In thg face of
: AND PINEcheaper coughs and colds. W. A. D'Alenv Ships.) such a splendiu',! spot demand as thereis t .

berte.: druggist and apothecary. Excursion! Sunday. Avon Ital sblp! ;"Avegno.. 1601 Genoato now existing'both at home and i Pone 148. 24 and 27 E. j
than .
you can buy Steamer Florence "Witherbee, to Rosasco" Bros. "* *' abroad we fail to see any reason for

i want.It anywhere. Any size you. Gulf of Mexico stopping at L'fe! fcav. Casanova. Ital:bkAvegno..1069.. ,: selling cotton short. Liverpool this ......................1................... I
MEXICANVAR Ing Station 'going and '('()ming. Boat Genoa., mcrning sold! 12,000 bales of spot cotton

I leaves Palafox wharf '2:00: o'clock: Elvira. Port ship, Rodfiques, 1488 I American middling being quotedin
i E.i G. Sf WELLPhone VETERAN DEADAGED Fare 50c; children 25e. Lisbon.to.ocd '. that market at 578 a loss of 5
Jde.Mr.
"'arace.- points over yesterday's Close_ while .' Theo. H. Price Is again at work Marine
contracts were reduced 5 to 7 points with his fertile trying to con-
,,6.,4. Adele Swed bk.-Janse"S9S, ;.Havana. j just- about meeting the loss this brain
A GENTLEMAN'S TASTE IS BEST on is too
Tinea the that cotton
public 604 606 608
L-, - Due C l lgini. Ital:! bK Oliyari 1258. ,
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-
-
CITIZEN OF ESCAMBIA SUITED WITH A Genoa to'order. -. high. He is out with a circular: this ,?

Florida and Alabama Ciampa. ,Emilia..:Jtal bk,-,',864 Ha. morning placing the amount ginned to
COUNTY DIES AT HIS HOME A llICIiS..CAPUDINE' February 25th as 10,355.000bales, and: V. J.
CERTIFIED CHECK vana. ,. ,
LAND G.OMPANY NEAR POWELTON. ,Port Rodriquez" ,' 1586.vElvira .forDea.goa trying to show by these figures crop
5c CIGAR.All Bay with 701,539 s ft sawn wi. of 11,000.000 bales when any' sane THE HOME
IMMEDIATELY: CURES
man who has Idea upon the situation .
Manufacturers of timber! '291.922 s tf lumber.Gudny. any
and Beaters in the qualities 'of flavor,aroma ..'Nor bk, Saanum, 821.. Ham. HEADACHESl&retKs knows well there is very little If
I LUMBER, SAWED, CYPRESS SHINGLEST ., Special l to The Journal. color and goo material burg to master. up COLDSIN my cotton ginned after March first. '
'Powelton. Mar, 2.J John Welsh of S ndesd In a great many sections Halibut
.
AND embodied in it.A.'Greenhut Pedro Lacave Span. bk.
KILN-DRIED Maristaug,
SAP. 6 TO IX HOLK9iTnal
Powelton: Fla., departed this life February 509, Savannah Rlx'M. Robinson. preparations are..weIl'under way for BO kits of
_
look We.( AI Drvujass
U7. He was born in Crawford the new crop' by this time. "When it kit.

_____________________________ county. Georgia.' '1821. When a & Co.,.. Providenza Starthem Br'Ital' bk bk, ,Maitland Olcesc{ ., 1185.1272. domes to twisting figures to suit his 50 kits advances.'S

youth his family; moved to West Flori DISTRIBUTORS Antwerp, 'ancy he certainly taeserves to go to 50 kits

da. In a few .years John Welsh made PENSACOLA.. FLORIDA.'COFFEE. Thomas, Ital bk. Lano 803, Naples be head of his class., ,However his 50 kits of >

SOcis I his home In Monroeville Ala., whereI Umberto I, Ital bk, Olivarl, 766. predictions on the cour&, of 'values $1.25 per kit.Bloater. .
I he married. In 1868 he removed to Genoa to Rosasco Bros. .. have been much nearer the facts than .,
I I Powelton.. l;' a., where his wife died. SEEDS have those of Mr, Jordan ao. withe'en Codfish
leaving him three children :Mrs. Phil; Schooners.Lizzie the same acreage as last year, German Sauer
: Highnote. Mrs. William Jordan and !! E. Demison, Am ech. Peck and there are many people predicting Pigs Feet in

John Welsh, of Mqscogee. In a few 452. to master. an increase, and with anything like Manewal and
Making years he was happily married again Horatio L. Baker Am sqh: Mohr. a favorable season prices must event National
*o Mrs. Thompson of Alabama. We 720 Lagua to J. A. Merritt & Co. WHICH ually be forced lower by legitimate per pound.
the Pioneer -
Mr. Welsh was'a soldier in the Mexican are Thos. Dennison, Am: sell,. Wade,1 I supply and demand while the world Wehandle_
1329 Baltimore to order. take care of 13,000,000 bales of I Coffee roasted
: Coffee Roasters of' may
: war. and his; son now has the old .'
American cotton they certainly will Co. H. P.
: Dollar U. S. musket he used in that x\ar. He Barkentines.Beatrice .,
West Florida.McHUGH'S -i
not do It'at presentprices. We-do, not Oaxaca. 35c
I served also as a soldier in the Confederate ,1 1I I Am bktn. Casaveggio, 1430 SUCCEED want'it understood W this that were Ib: Diamond :>
i i army during the Civil War. Rctterdam .to Pensacola'Lumber, CQ. bearish on the market for on the Rio. 20c lb.Strictly .
He was a warm friend lively in Caroline Koch Dan bktn
disposition Hahn, contrary we favor the long side on fresh
I -& good ctlien.! and zealous BLENDS Fort- de .France- to- McKenzie" Oertlng-. aU breaks whatever from present I as any Coffee
I' member of the Christian church. & Co.
He .
Signs at Youand values as we think under present con- Send us your
leaves a bereaved wife, his three children When You Buy, ditions the staple is worth the money liver promptly.

and their families, his brother. have no equal'A trial] No pills Is as pleasant and positive Get the Best. an.QI. we believe the Spinner has sold
I Isaac, and his three daughters and a,DeWitt's LitUa Early: Risers. These goods; far enough ahead to covered all
these signs should be their children, and, a host" of friendsto will convince the connoisseur Famous L-ittle Pills are' so mild and: : '!i's the Cheapest in the End. he cotton there Is or will be for sale I
heeded. We 'mean that mourn his 1 loss. effective that chlldr ,-:delicate ladle* during the present season and there
our method of buyln'all They all. with sorrowful hearts put :that. we and .weak. people enjoy .their i cleansing ere is.ready and willing to pay about!' I
goo s for cash selling all 'I j his body to rest quietly in the cemetery make no extravagant effect while strong people gay 'they the prices now going but we doubt j

goo.ls! for.cash, and being [f at Powelton until called' at the . are the best liver pills sold. Never whether he will go "very much higher j I I
contented with a small resurrection of. the just. claims. gripe.; iandreth'sNew unless he becomes convinced by adverse -:

., profit enables us. to sell 1 1.x I .. .." .. .. .. ._ weather conditions that providence -' I
you for 80 cents that you For an Impaired Appetite. SPECIAL, PROGRAM AT has stepped in and forced the!

,; ,. ordinarily pay $1 else- I Loss of appetite always results from Wholesale and RetailGROCERS. FLORIDA CHAUTAUQUA southern! farmer to reduce his output:: "When you <
where. A single visit I faulty digestion. All that Is needed whether he- will or not. laundered.
*. < here and an inspection of f i U a few doses of Chamberlain's Stomach : The Florida Chautauqua,. at UeFuniak Crop There has been frequent claims holes meet
our goods will prove It. I and Liver Tablets. They will in. Springs promises! to be well made that the cotton left wag of In- neckband !
Try one of our $13 Suits'ou'U vigorate the tenor grades and that the
stomach strengthen the and all kinds Feed attended today weafaer present .
permitting
of. your'neck.
-. -) find it the equal [dIgestion' and give you an' appetitelike . .. and ,have been made to good; -a'emand was for better grades
arrangements these
little
of Mr. Anybody's $15.00 a wolf These Tablets also act Stuffs.Pluto iione. Be this as it may the cotton
"* suit.H I. as a gentle laxative. For sale by all . -. take care for today of a large Is said crowd.to be The unusualy pro.jram -. : : .Just. Received. If being sold rapidly and stocks at us ing do our. yours.
druggists. the ports are cow on the decrease Instead -

s.w;' .. iI >anies- good,and including Miss BePtieK two concert. ;! . . of increase as has been the case,
for some time past and If the present
VERY LOW RAILROAD WaterI The
the great
Tennessee. I
RATES FOR TODAY ONLY I. corn.j . ., . demand should keep up for any lengthof
time they will dwindle away much
I Escambia Lodge, P4ev ,l5r F. & "
0. ANSON A. more rapidly than they piled
The L. & N. Railroad Is advertising Wholesale and .Retail* Regular communication w D'Alemberte; up.

I some very low rates today's paper, Escambia Lodge, No.. 15, F. & 'Liverpool advices say Manchester and 37 E- 3ard.n
which' Include the. following: TOJ G A. M. ,wn. be held Monday Druggist and Apothecary Lancashire are doing a good business
New
I' Orleans Co. '" ,
: : CASH CLOTHIER, Nashville |10. to St. Louis, $l!, Louisiyule Grocery evening, March 5th at 7:30) oth at home and abroaa', and such
$I!. Evansvtll. $12, Cincinnati o'clock. Visiting brethren fraternal-- Telephone 109. ?emg also to be the case on this side
Corner Patafci and $14. Tickets embrace round of the. water good Indian demand being -
4 Main. trip and Jas. MpHugfy ly Invited. .
; also
Pilafoi and increasing Inquiries
will be 121 South Street reported
sold
todayonly and limited toMarch .. 1t
c. BEYER. W. U3Y.G.
''_ 13. ., from. China i .ang Japan.. ; :small' breaks
; J- .. Phone. 05. Proprietor._., '. DAILEY. &=-.t .. -- .. We believe'cotton a purchase on.all sale on: all fair
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