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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 6, 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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PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, T TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 6, 1906. -
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I CASE OP NOR.THER.NSECUR.ITIES STRONGER KNOWN DEATHS CONTEST OF CLEVELAND GRAM] j Q t



CO.Adaprian DEFENSES THE NEGRO 'CAPTURE THE CITY

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of Resolution of I' REQUIREDRoosevelt PRIOLEANFor I r

a Inquiry I SENATOR[ CUpp LOUISIANA And Deep Water ,City of the Gulf

furnished Text for Argument "
Greatly Pleased the Ohio

in House. Emphasizes Necessity TENTYf Seat in House of Representatives -
Soldiers.

THINKS R RATE of Further Defenses and Now Being Heard by .

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STRONG; CRITICISM Reviews Their History. Sturdy Efforts Being Mad', by the Committee. A TRIP ON THE BAY


I BIll O. K. People of Striken City to I CASE I
INSULAR POSSESSIONS CANNOT ATTORNEYS OF GEO. S. LEGARE .
Of Administration in Speech of Clear Away Debris, -
LONG'BE Given the
NEGLECTED. THE THE PRESENT INCUMBENT DEFEND -: Visitors on Board. the

John Sharp Williams.FACT UNITED STATES DESIRES TO .1 SOUTH: CORALINA CON.I; Steamer Columbia. re'

No Proposition Yet Submitted HOLD THEM-MOST COAST Hundreds of Workmen and, Con" STITUTION AND REVIEW PROS.:i United States Supreme

THAT ACTION WAS NOW Which He Believes Would GUNS ARE NOW OBSOLETE. victs are Employed.) SECUTION OF NEGRO. r Mississippi's VISITED NAVY 'YARD AND FORTS' .

BARRED BY STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS Improve Measure; .... Untenable. AND WITNESSED SPECIAL/DRILL ;'

DID NOT RELIEVE AD- ..
*.>*: By Associated Press RELIEF COMMITTEE HAS DECIDED Sy Assoctated'Press.. BY CAPTAIN BROADBENT AND
RESPONSIBILITY By Associated Press Washington, Mar. 5.-The House ..
MINISTRATION Associated "
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;Washington Mar. 5'--PresidentRoosevelt I TO ACCEPTVOLUNTARY 8y CREW AT LIFE SAVING STA '-
Washington Mar. 5. Senator election committee No.. 1 began hearings -
Mar. 5.
STATEHOOD BILL DIS- sent a message to congress I Washington -
I.Clapp, one of the men who assistedin today accompanying the plans: for CONTRIBUTIONS I BUT TO MAKE to-day in the Legare-PrioIean:;Court_ of the United 'TION-COMPLETE ROSTER OP .x
CUSSED IN SENATE: framing: the. ,Hepburn rate bill, at election: contest for a seat in the: '
I I coast defense prepared by tha joint: ,cided the case of THE PARTY.
the White House today discussed. the NO GENERAL APPEAL FOR AID House from the first South Carolina} :
board ot army and navy officers in sisslppi involving the
district. '
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'1 I situation with the president. It was which he emphasize th necessityfor -SEVERAL BODIES :STILL: IN Jas. IL Stewart :Attorney for Aaron[line between the two

By Associated:: Press. !expected that Senator. Dolliver would further defenses and 'reviewed the t I Pnolean, th-. negro who..is attempting -:, of Louisiana The Cleveland'Grays captured Pen.:

\Vash-nRton, Mar. 5.-legislationh participate in ,the conference, but he history of (Jefenslve. works in this RUINS. 1 I I.t to unseat Representative Geo. S.I i|, The opinion was sacola yesterday and, from the remarks .
unanimous copsent and under a was prevented by illness : country. Legare opened the case with are-'Chief I (Justice Fuller. As i' of the visitors themselves, Pen.

,.< -pension of the rules occupied the Senator Clapp would not discuss his o The president, calls especial attention .t I IBy' view of the charges against Legare's; \ersy" was between two sacola In turn captured them. .

a:',-nnou of the House today and reunited Interview with the president, but said( to the recommendation of the Associated Pres$. I campaign system of managers not'ng' was; alleged illegal that; that the case originated in 'a !I This big excursion party nearly two I

in the passage of several bills, that so far as he was concerned, no board that the entrance to Chesapeake' :Meridian, :Miss, Mar., 5.Sturdy' cf4 ballots were kept from ballot boxes dispute that involved the hundred strong reached the city in

:Pim' of considerable! importance.The I i propos'tion: had jet been submitted Bay be added to the list of places In th and that the South Carolina constItution t iSt! Bernard and the their special train of 'Pullman cars at i
adoption of a resolution of in-:that he thought would: improve the bill the; United States to be defended and forts are being made' by people of of 1905 the right of suffrage' the Peninsula and 10 o'clock yesterday morning having: ,
the:
Meridian to clear away) of was unconstitutional. i
qll i i I. a* to whether any criminal pros- as It stands. Should it. develop In debate -' says the insular osses3ions cannot mass. I W. A. Holman and M. Rutledge j,'were i part of the come direct from Jacksonville. They; 1
wr.tkase: that covers the districts
!I. : 1
rution has been begun a'gainst individuals that some amendments were necessary long be neglected if the United States I Rivers appeared for Mr.,Legare. Mr.- Louisiana.In were met at the depot by Mr. J. \\.,
in the Northern Securities and would strengthen the bill'desires to hold them, swept by Friday's tornado and hundreds Holman defended the South Carolina' the pleadings Lurton, division passenger agent off ''i..

1mran\, furnished the text for a he would be willing to have them incorporated -I Detanses are rcommenj"d: for of workmen and convicts are at,I constitution, paying that it
.arch of cm:cisiu by Mr. Williams but so far none had been Manila Bay Pearl Harbor, Guantanamo work. educational which are :enforced qualification against for blacks voters and lion acres of oyster beds. the Chamber of Commerce, and ,,with r. :

'hi' democratic leader, against the ad- offered that he thought were neces- Quam, San Juan and Honolulu The known death last: remains at white alike. Mr. Rivers denounced I Wyer's Band furnishing the music the
ounist rat ion. !, sary. Because of their strategic locations. bsured> the charge that an attempt party marched direct to Palafox(
twenty, although it may be swelledto bad been made to rob Priolean! and '
I
Defenses also -
recommended forth
"Brief answers were made by Mr. II II I I are wharf and boarded the steamer' Columbla -
j said it was based merelr'on hearsay. THE
I twenty-two among'the :
nk.ms, of 1Visconsin-and Mr. Grosvrnoi entrances to the Panama Canal. as injuredare He reviewed the prosecution of Prio-. [ for a trip about the bay. '
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of Oh o. Mr. Jenkins shower The repoi says that the most of four w&o are, in a serious i condi lean for.robbing the malls and said he' : The lateness of the arrival of their

thaI the statute of limitations had run AGREED UPON A APURE I i tho guns'along the coast are obsolete. was convicted by -i:" Jury on which [ train prevented the company front Ji
tion.The two negroes sat. This conviction, he
against any action that might be takn relief committee today decidedto said, would explain the small vote CASE ON i performing' the contemplated military,

( in ibis case and that any effort ar- AMERICANS accept all contributions from outside for Priolean. evolutions upon the'street as the tlm
)ro ocution would be useless. Mr. allotted them did not permit of this '

TOhams said that no jury in the United I FOOD ON OXFORD FIELDBy made;- ,voluntarily, -. o-make 110gen' A PROMINENT feature. of the program. .
J.
; r appeal for aid. Th&suffering ,_: -: J '
States would fail to con\'ict'these I 0, .. SECONDThat The_ party visited the Navy Yard- ,

u >n, among the poor is greater than anticipated VETERAN DEAD where'a brief trip through that interesting
r place made, and then sail
There was no one in the stmnd of Associated Press. and more money will be need was f-

his voice, he said. who did not know DIll Oxford. Eng., Mar. 5.-American ed than at first thought.No ........ ed out among the warships in the bay
Rhodes scholars captured three firsts Dy Associated Press I and ,down past Forts Barrancas and
there was a beef trust, a coal trust, "
and one second in the Oxford field new names have been added to Lt1antaIar.. 5.Major LivingstonMills is the Date that Pickens to the entrance of the narbor.
au oil trust and many other trusts former of Atlanta and d then returned, stopping at the
mayor They
sports to-day. In the high jump P, the death list, but it is believed several I '
and the fact that action was now bar- prominent Confederate Veteran; died'| the Board Life Saving Station where Capt. Broad
.'d!, he maintained: did inot relieve Only Three Members M. Young, of South Dakota was: first: are still under the ruins. here today, aged 76E'ars.. He was a Long vs. bent and his crew of life savers gave
the administration from the responsiiKt Signified five feet 6-74 inches. Young was first The militia will be removed from I close friend of Jefferson Davis In Mississippi Will Be an exhibition drill for the entertainment
alto: in the broad jump, clearing 22 where he went from South of the visitors ana where dinner J'
'> for not taking action before the Their Intention to Present duty tomorrow. ,Carolina before the. war. He served :was served. 1
feet. Warren E. Schutt of Cornell Yebrua"rt'l1"r
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.,atute of limitation had run out. Only e'ghteen bodies have been through the civil war on the staffs of The injunction case of The party returned to Pensacoli .
University first in the mile run,
The bill providing for a delegate to Minority Report. was I Generals Pemberton and Joe John- against the Board of about 4 o'clock and left for the north; I
cared for at the local morgues so far.
from Alaska time 4:28: 3-5. Albert M. Stevens, of ston and has been president of the to restrain the latter body i, at 5 o'clock. Following! is. a complete .'
congress was passed. I "Wlliamantlc: was second in hammer The ruined district is to be generally Capital City Club here for the last Ing out the orders of the ;;, list of those composing the company::
STATEHOOD BILL By Associated Press. I throwing. I rl t unt. I twenty .ears. He left a large' estate. and discharging! him for The Cleveland Grays. I
Washington, Mar 5.-After a conference I I
I r I as street superintendent" Officers.-Capt. C. J. Brockenshire.1st .
IN THE SENATE' lasting' more than eight hours ing Chas. H. Cingles has Lieut. A, '\\'. Xeale. 2d Lieut. A. .E. "
i to-day the House Committee on Inter a hearing on April 2nd Sprackling. I. -
\Vasnington. Mar. 5.-In the senate state and Foreign Commerce agreedon -- Francis B. Carter in I I Staff-Lit-ut. J. H. Caunter. Adju-
today Mr Nelson continued the dis- Court Commissioner tant; L'ent.! F. H. Roninger, Quarter
will be favorably
food bill which
a pure -. a temporary restraining Lieut. M. J. Parke, Surgeon
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rassion of the statehood bill, urg n? ; ;
reportcrf to the House. In week :which prevented Lient G. W. Tibbitts Judge Advocate,;,
!fe passage of the measure as report- raany respects it is like tits Hepburn ,->,. taking action towards Lieut. C. H. Burgess, Insp. Rifle Pray f I'I'master
M from the committee on territories. bill passed by the senate. COd street superintendent. tice.

Presidential Nominations. I Only three members of the committee P rd Mr Saturday: : attorneys before r Past Officers.-Capt. H. P. Shupe.Capt. ,
Washington, Mar. 5.-The president 1 r4y: appeared the H. W. Stoer, Lieut. J. E. Aylard.Lieut ., ,,: ,
War sent the following nominations Representatives Adamson and Auk 1 j missioner and argued a T. D. Lindsey Lieut E. E. .,.
to the senate-: Bartlette cf Georgia, and -Russell of qua the Injunction Neale, LJeut.! S. H. Cramer. "
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Postmasters--Georgia: B. A. Lit-I Texas, announced their intention to ; i ma. reasons why such -Iioneers.-T. E. Burley G. L. Butt-' -." '
BarnesviHe.; J.P.. Thornton, prepare minority report on the ground I done ( ner, II. N. McLeod. o. :li. McAninch.
Greensboro: S. T. Nance, Arlington. that tha measure Is an assumption of yoNvE I The, court within his W. J. Glid-Iei/ E. W. Bowers.Sergeants. f .
,the, police powers of states by the ? that it was not .-1st Sergt. C. F. Miller .
national: government 44 to pass upon his own \V. J. Wageman, W. Kohlmaier G. C. J.
STEAMER b&ha.d already granted would Loesch, G. 11. Scrambling Q. Si..Sergt.A. >
TAKES C 4'tIRA ins: order that it P. Shape; Colors, Chas. Herman, !' t.
WILL BE BURIED until'Judge Carter ra. A. IL Rudolph. 1
then
He
it.
A LARGE CARGOTHE r pass upon Corporals.-F. M. Hawley R. C, :
Judge
when (
for April 2id.
IN ARLINGTONBy 'I< Klumph, A. it!. Quayle A, I* Mayer. i'
be here.DEATH. I
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... Privates \ J. Aring. A R. Crawford .
W. E. Cup! Wra. En'gel, C. A.E(( !l\\ ,
DUTCH STEAMER SUED. Associated Press.St. i Fox W. E. Grimm J. J. Hendrlckson i .
of jOI ,t C. D. Lamprecht, R. II. Lindhorst. ,E. t.
RECHT Mar. B.-The body
WILL SAIL WITH OVER Augustine, I .
LiauUJeneral John -M. Schofield, who I J. Mooney, 1 H. F. Newell" W.f
TWO MILLION FEET. died yesterday was conveyed to a I MRS. W. S. L. Parsons, F. E. Richards.. i'' ,
Southern Railway train leaving for 1:I W. H. Reeve, E. Stuehm, R. II. Swet-, ,: t.
Arlington at 6 o'clock to-night by 1 land H. W Teelin, L. G. Wright, C.t
1ter 1 G. A. R.. after a briefburial W. Ban J. L. Clark, W. T. Church.
Onf- of the Chatfield Post FORMER PENSACOLA
largest of Jum-
cargoes H. E. Fritzsche. F.
at his late re3dence.1Cmpleta : ward. Campbell r
and limber: to be taken from this service for. the funeral at tneNational EXPIRED AT HER \\". J. Henley, R. H. Koepff. R. Lind- Ii.
port plans
Ib a number of months: will be.hipped cemetery have not yet been mueller O. E.: uMuth. A. E: Mtchke,
out this morning, when the HURTSBORO, W, B. Page, T. D. Russell B. II. Reh- :
announced.
,1& Dutch stamer Sliedrecht sails: l baum, O. A. Robertson F. L. Swet.
for
Genoa. | land, C. O. Taggart, L. B. Vaugh C, S.
The cargo will consist of 1,051,000, FRANCE READYTO A Tr Her many friends In Walsh, I,. F. Wertenbaker W. H< 'I'
p..rtirlal) feet of sawn timber and Fowler, John )Morris C. S.
G "pained yesterday Brooking .. '
1, : were .i !
9.000 superficial feet of lumber, COMPROMISE r 1 Ar"Gt'f t l learned the sad news of F. A. Pease. \ 'm. Sprens, G. P. Jlon
1114'kng! of T _
a total of 2.380,000 feet a Mrs W. S. Street,
wast and timber to be taken in one Florida Hutchinson gan.Ladies and Friends-Mrs. Capt. lit

'aro\ H. Hutchinson.of. this P. Shupe. Mrs. Capt. H, W. Steer Mr .
Associated Press.'St.
.Tut there have been steamers By Information occurred Sunday at the Lieut A. E. Sprackling Mrs. Lieut
;k 'ook much larger cargoes from Petersburg.. Mar. 5.- today $ in Hurtsboro. Ala. :F II. Roninser, Mrs Lieut. G. W. Ttl
p.)t circles 1
Cone have gone out recently with received in diplomatic that yr Mrs Street had a : bitts, Mrs. Lieut J. E. Aylard. lire
;noes; of this size. The valuation, confirms the previous reports conces- 7/ friena's' in Pensacola L'eut E. E. Neale, Mrs A. P. Shup._ ,r
m cargo will add much to the value! France Is prepared to make / for her cheerful, sunny Mrs A. H. Rudolph Mrs. F. M. Hawley -
'br11tnh lumber and timber exports bur on the Moroccan bank questionIf matterof / q' 1 is and who will regret to Mrs. A. M. Quayle, Mrs. O. M*
the STcCwr
I Germany WJ1 yield on the {, death. She leaves a McAnlnch, Mrs. Helen Coon Miss!
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are
The These ,
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police. FOR and four
cargO was loaded in a remark- Moroccan W. S, Street
Ib hon time", aril the steamer isl only lines on which A compromise can rA eoP congest only two weeks (Continued on Page Two)

low ready for sea. I be made. ,, r DARA 01 ,'
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York Life Will FighfObjectionable I II :Two Loss ''I



1New Legislation ) -. lit}. Zrw ,. N I In Oceanica.which '

Jio i By Associated said:
By Associated Press. lain recommendations: of the. igisla- Washington, Mar. 5. I '"A cyclone destroyed the consulate'
Investigation committee. firmation of the reported February 8; records saved by damaged
n live
i%* York, Mar- Trustees of the The trustees did not state specifically .' br cyclone in the South library stationery and consular -
W fork Ute Insurance Co., today which recommendations were objectionable A MORAL IS NOT NECESSARY FOR THIS PICTURE. : reached the State forma lost. Estimated loss la ,
1'.th ; believed French Oceanica, two million dol
zea from
the president to employ and declared they have shareholders In a cablegram
to
insurance committee News Item-The Standard Oil Company Is to issue a quantity of stock at a low price aiming: dated Darn"
:>el Tahiti
u"D if of .the 'sul at
provisions' Doty
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shall some .
see fit to oppose all over the country} and all ,ralks of liie.
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qp "IT' SAVED MY 'LIFE" ijUiNCYS SOCIAL I l Direct from Our Distillery tom CLEIELI C G H AYS S of City any, or human otherwise being dispose who shall of the die body in of accordance material other with than existing stone ordinal, cement

Saves Dealers' Profits lungache : the City, or be brought into the City asphalt.or some product thereof r,

PRAISE FOR A FAMOUS MEDICINE Prevents Adulteration for burial without first, reporting the be repaired to an extent not excT/
; death to.ihe Health Officer and obtaining ing ten per cent. (10%) of the Jg.

apermit from bta for jthe burial amount of, such ,sidewalk
Mr*.Willadsen Tells How She Tried Lydia material of which wIth Jl'
HAYNERWHISKEY
same it
AND GENERAl CAPTURE THE of the body of such person. is
E. Pinkbam's' Vegetable Compoind Jut pains in cheat, bronchitis, and Sea .3 That'all sextons overseers structed.' *

.Time. similar signs of a cold on the or other persons who may have con Section 2. That thk ordloaa*'

Mrs. T. C. Wllladsen, of Manning, lungs, can be quickly relieved and trol shall over make any weekly cemetery reports in the to City the shall Section take ,3.effect That immediately all ordinance

Iowa, writes to Mrs. Pinkham: cured interments made and parts of ordinances ia
t4 NEWS CITY by Health Officer of all coafllj
Dear tin. PinkhamI :- during the week in the cemetery herewith be and the same are hereb

can truly _y t.b&t you laTe saved my ,whereof they aro such s xtons, or repealed. ,

1 life in and words.I caiuiot exprtM rAT gratitude to 4 FULL QUARTS s$3.2O HAMLINS overseers,-respectively;and shall stae, Passed March "2; 1906.

you WE PAY EXPRESS [ *" specifically in said reports the names Approved, March 3, 1906.

Delightful Entertainment by Mrs We will send you la I plain! sealed (Continued'from \ Page), and ages ol the persons Interred their CliAS. IL BLISs
f case with no mark to show contents.. WIZARD OIL. sex, color and place of:birth and the Mayor of Pensacok
Curtis-Two Real FOUR FULL QUART BOTTLES ef Beatrice Glfdden, Mrs. J. I*. Clark. locality and date ot death as the :Attest: C. B. MERRITT.
Important HAYNER PRIVATE STOCK RYE far Miss Carolyne Frltzsche Mrs. A. same appears from the burial permU City Clerk.
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$3.20 and we Mil pay tin express Koepff Mrs. C. D. Lamprecht. Mrs.
issued by said Health Officer.
Estate Deals Closed. charges. Try it, have your doctor test W. B. Lillian Page. Mrs.
Miss An
Page Ordinance to
; convictedof Provide for
Sea 4. That any person tie
It,test it any way you like. If you Pa*
tat find it ail right and the purest T. D. Russell Mrs. F. E. Richards No time should be lost, because violating any portion of this ordinance ment of the,Expenses of the Boan
Personal Notes. and best whMwy yen ever Mrs. C. & Walsh, Mrs. C. S. Brookins, shall be punished by a fine not of (Bond Trustees of the City

$ tilted ship R back to us at Mrs.' W, H. Fowler, Mrs. G. F. Morgan -lung kauble'may easily develop exceeding Fifty (J 50.00) Dollars or, by tPensacola: Cf
ri our expense and your $3.20 ., Mrs. Wm. Hendry. Dr. and Mrs. ordained
_ will be promptly refunded.At into pneumonia or consumption. Imprisonment not exceeding thirty (30)) Be it by the Mayor and tii
Special to The Journal. Q. W. Keeler Miss Otllla, Dillhoefer Hamlins Wizard Oil applied to days or both such fine and Imprisonment Council of the City of Pensacoli-,
Miss Minnie Langenbach Mrs. Iris
our distillery one of Section 1. That the Finance
J Quincy, Mar. 5.-On Tuesday afternoon the largest and best Smith, .Miss Louise 'Hsndigesj JfissPhilli.plne the cheat relieves the pain and in. Cci
Mrs- C. 6. Curtis entertained Sec. 5. That this ordinance shall mittee of the City Council of the Cltof :

delightfully In honor of Mrs. Fraleigho distill equipped an average in the world of 9,580 we 3w.wntst. Handize. Miss Mabelle flammation loosens'vp the cough .take effect immediately on its passage ''Pensacola Is hereby authorized aiem.powered ,
Evarts. Miss Callle Kohne Miss Marte
f'fc Madison Mrs. Budd of Jackson- gallons of PURE WHISKEY _ Zika and the disease. and approval.' to approve and audit thy
Miss Miss Helen
villj*, -Mrs. Massey of Germantown, a day. When you Ella Jennings soon cures Sea 6. That all ordinances or and all expenses declared to be necei

.1 Ohio, and Mrs. Burton of Madison. buy HAYNER WHIS- Mulcahey, Miss Elsie St &r. Mrs. "My little girl". writes Rich parts of ordinances, in conflict herewith sary by ,the Board of Bond Trusty

The entertainment was a flower guessing KEY.it goes direct to YOU Louisa Schaaf. Miss Eda Schaaf Mr. are hereby repealed. in and about the preparing engravfc.'

"Before I wrote to you telling you how I contest Mrs. Meade Love and from assuring our distillery.of thus and Mrs. Walter I. Thompson Mr. and V7. Thornton of O.uray, Colo. Passed February 28, 190 advertising and selling the Improrj:!

: i felt,I had doctored for over two years steady Mrs. G. XL Underbill winning the purity and.you saving you perfect the Mrs. J. II. Van Dorn Mr. and Mrs. J. "suffered more or less with a"'cold Approved March 3. 1906. ment Bonds of the City of Pens s
avna spent Iota of money on metlicinea besides while each of ths of I dealers' big profits. HAY. F. Aring. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wale authorized to be Issued
It failed to bekxm& My prizes guests the since her birth and CHAS. H. BUSS under ant
bat all monthly periods on lungs ,
bad peneod and *suffered much pain honor ,was presented with a ,beautiful I NKR WHISKEY Is prescribed ker Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Hurley Mr. Attest: Mayor of Pensaoola.C. of the Legislature of the State
with fainting spells headache backache andbaanogd&wn souvenir of Quincy. After the dainty by doctors and and Mrs. :H. G. Rudolph Mr. and Mrs. finally'the trouble became s rlOtUl.No EL MERRITT. Clerk. Florida approved May 12th, 1905ei cf
I paona and I was so, weak I refreshments a larg& "Jack Horner"fie used in hospitals and by half a million saS M. 'lbbison. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. True, until of the
remedies relief we by ordinances City of Pensa
Isfied customers. Teat's
could hardly keep arnnd. As a last recort why YOU Should 'Mr. and gave I .
Mrs. J. H. Reese Mr. and
-wa& brought in containing a'favor July 19th
writ you and try,Lydia E.Hnl- try it Mrs. Henry Kuhhneier Mr. and Mrs.G. tried TTqmliTig Wizard OU one bottle An Ordinance to Privide for the Extermination adopted 1905 and Jannry
LtdsdtO Compound and I am so for each gn? t. Those who enjoyed warts ova KIABSST OITICI II 4tih 19%, and to approve in so tar

tfeackfol that I differ after following your Mrs. Curt hospitality were Jtes- THE HAYNER DISTILLING CO. A. Rutherford, Mr. and Mrs. H. S. of which permanently ,cured or Mosquitoes, and the such expenses are conecrned anTa Q

mi Instructions, -which/yon sent me free of all dames McFsrlin, Underbill, Sureeny White Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Schweitzer, Destruction of their Larvae.Be tract made by said trustees (in
''charge, I became regular! and in perfect Hearin, Burgbard. A. L. Wilson. Harris ATLANTA. GA. DAYTON. 0. Mr. and Mrs.. H. Stuhr Mr. and Mrs. her. Price 5Cc and $1.00. -it ordained by -the Mayor and All *"
ing such such
health. Had ft not teen for you I would be ST. LOUIS MO. ST .PAUL MNN.Order. : John Council of the City of Ppnsacola: : expenses. expe&i
J. iE. Davidson, E. 1. Munroe Dipple, Mr. and Irs. C. O.
today for Arly..Cal.,CoLidaho. )Mont..N, Sold and recommended by when so approved by the Fiaai-j
inmi 1" paTe Phillips, J. L. Davidson,,Meade Love: M.Un.,Ore., Utah. Wuh.. or Wyr. must beon Evarts Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Butler, Section 1. It shall be the duty of
I ref trust that this letter may lead the butt of 4 OUSTS forlCJJOby irwtss PHI. WHITE'S PHARMACY. Committee sball.be allowed and
every suffering wotcusn ,in the country. to. T. D. Ellis. Prenti and Misses Ide' ,AIM,or SW tCAKT frr$1s.mS by rui AT rasrAms.Disnzu.say Col. Clark Hamilton Jr., of Gov. Staff all persons residing within the corporate Sec 2. That for' the Xi
i write you for help ac I'did." Underbill and Ma3on,. jMrs. j ,TBOY. O. XSTABLMKD ISO. W. Va.; Lieut. S. L. H. Ward of old Pensacola. Fla. limits of the City of Pensacolato the expenses of said 'Board payment, ol j'
303 Capital Guard. X. Y Mr. A. M. Benson, Mr. Phone 180. Night Phone 448. cover or screen, and to keep oov- as hert"
When women are troubkd with IrXu1ar Sweeney of Jayne&vl11eWis-: $600,000,00 Paid In Full. ; provided the sum of Ten Thousand
ere>, or screened with 'wire netting
i: or painful periods weakness consin. is the gnest of Mrs. CL M.' George It!. Spangler Mr: F. R. Price a ((110/500.00) Dollars or so much thereoi,
djaplacemeirtortrloeratioeioi an Underbill.'Mrs. I Mr. C. L. Newell Mr. Louis Meyer not larger.than number eighteen ((18)

that bearing-dowji fueling-, inflammation organ- William Burton of 'Madison,: Mr. Carl Lamprecht, Mr. t Louis Blahd. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS mesh ail cisterns. tanks, resenoirsinclu as may out be necessary of the General is hereby Fond appropriated
flush lathe
1ng tanks to water
XtrAeBCe deWiity Mr. 3!. H. Forsch Mr. F. J.
baokacoev
Frawley
general
r who has been the of Mrs. A. T.I City Treasury which is
ii3f ewest PEOPLE OF THE DAY closets not in daily use) or other not ottie
Mr.
rndieestJiro qr nervous prosta.ttpa George Waldeck. Mr. Robt. H.
Rearm, returned to her horn on An Ordinance to Provide for the bodies of water wise appropriated.
open standing upon
thoul& them ia White B'
they miflrfnbef Mr. Dr. Mueller, Mr, M.
f J one tried. 094 tnuHcerae y. tyala E.tafilje Thurs a.y. I Hew Republican Whip. Gaul Mr. J. C. Williams, Dr. I. W. Prompt Report of Fever Cases and their premisea.Section. Sec 3. That thIn ordinance sia3

: Ei CoxapoQ&d at ottcettta The plantation of Mr. Donate Curry Congressman James ,E. Watson of Bard. Mr. J. W. Luthe Mr. W. C. to Protect the Public 'Against the %. Whenever it Is not take effect,immediately upon KB pie,

; .h boll bles."No four miles north of the city, containing Indiana Mulcahey, Mr. T. C. Jennings Mr. L. Recurrence of Yellow Fever in the practicable to,screen or'cover any cls- age and approvaL
the new whip of the house
_.t cr4tpIensedtenefLthewceLr ( : about 500 acres was Mayer, Mr. Herman Holmes Mr. C. L. City Pensacola: tern, tank, reservoir, or other open Passed March 2. 1906.
{ reserved eoeh widespread and un- chased last week toy Messrs pur.1 Republicans Is comparatively a young Harbaugh Olr. Geo. P. James. Be it ordained by the Mayor, and bodies of water as required by theforegoing Approved March 3, 1900.

lie4endlemDe.4.; EefuseaHaubngfrter- and Ohammel!. two popular employeesof i man to bear that honor, being but Council 'of the' City of Pensacola* section it shall be the duty dlAS. II. BUSS,

I the United States government who: slightly over forty years old. Yet he Tho Cleveland Grays are a Section, 1. That It shall be the of the occupant of the premises oil Attest: Mayor of PensaooU

*-for the past few years have been conducting 'Iened military company organized in 1837, duty of every physician practicing in with kerosene all such cisterns, C. n 'aiEKRITT. Clerk
daw'of &.Tioknam, Has underdlreetiai experiments in the tobacco has long In congress, beiag now under a special act of the Ohio the City .of Pensacola during the tanks reservoirs or other open bodiesof

1xr apfi *tp<;. her decease, I fields of this county. It 'is understoodthat In his fifth term. When fresh out of legislature and the organization period beginning March 1st. ,and ending standing water at least jerrery fifteen In Eseambia County Circuit Court

te1M a etn eLl tnnes free of these gentlemen intend entering college, a green lawyer at Rushville. has been preserved to the present -: November 1st., to reportS- in writing (15) days using not less than one State of ""Florida. G. E. Anthony coa

_; r charge. Adffitestf, Lynn, Mass. into the tobacco business extensivelynext In the Hoosier State, he went Into a time. It Is a private organization to the City Health Officer all ounce of kerosene to every' fifteen (15) plalnant, vs. Ila Anthony defendant,;
maintained solely at the expense -: feet of surface oiled. When premises
year. campaign for congress pitted against cases of acute fever which may come Upon motion of complainant It ii
of its
& members but
own subject .
which such cistern tank,
Mrs. trudge Trogdon left Tuesday the within his Knowledge -observation! on any ordered that the defendant t>e and t.
veteran Democrat
VVOC for a visit of several wts ks to.her old William S. Hoi- to call for military service by the I together with the name and address reservoir or other open body of water is, required to appear to the bill cj
Di man famous as "the watchdog of the state whenever necessity should re shall ba unoccupied it shall be the
home in Paris. Illinois. or the person having such fever within complaint filed against him. on tit
Wm. Gcfctze, a prominent leaf to- treasury. Watson won out after a quire. It is composed of business anj. twelve ((12)) hours after the discovery duty of the owner INCh premises, 20th day of March A. D. 1W6. and

M All kinds that you want fcocco dealer of New York ana! a contest that is still the talk of the professional. men of Cleveland, and of such case, or cases.i i or'the agent thereof to cause the that this order "'be published once i
Sixth Indiana district His election etery two years they charter special same to be covered screened. or
member of tha Florida and Georgia Sec. 2. In any or all such cases reported -week for four (4) -weeks Jn The Pea-
Tobacco company of this city Is' as whip means that one day he is like- train and take a. two weeks out. to him the City Health Officer i iI oiled aa la provided in this and the sacola Journal. Thus done and ordered '

::1 OAK AND PINE spending the week here as the guest in;, the oneprevious to this one baring !I shal), subject to such'rules and regulations I foregoing cectioo. at Pensacola, on this 20th dar

of President Gstzlaff. been spent on, the Pacific coast. .as may be prescribed by the! Section 3. Whenever it shall be of February. A. D. 1606. A. McMillan.

cheaper than, you can buyIt 'Mr. 6L C. BoLt of Montlceflo was Their train this'year is ,composed often City Board, of Health. be empoweredand I Impossible to either screen or oil any Clerk by L. G. Aymard. D. C
the visitors in the vestibuled Pullman cars fully cistern tankS reservoir, or other open
prominent ,
anywhere. Any size you among required to investigate the. case (seal) 20feboaw4i
equipped for eating, sleeping body of watr'hs herein before provided -
observation
want. city Sunday and vas entertained at or cases BO reported to him. and if he
:
and comfort. They left from it shall be the duty of the owner,
the home of Lieutenant and Mrs. M. has doubt or suspicion concern. In Bscambia County Circuit Court.
any
M. Wilson. 1k.. Pensacola direct for Cleveland and ing the nature of the illness he shall. or agent of the premises or the occupant State of, Florida. In Chancery. Idel'sbathe
,
KtW 11 i E.: G. SEWELLPhone Dr. J. H- Ellis who for the ,past two will ma.k .pnlJ\' : one stop on the way report the fact Immediately to the I to thereof stock the if 8a5,9'With the same minnowsor be occupied vs. Max Dathe. Divorce. OB

weeks has been undergoing medical that being Mammoth ,Cave. resident 'Agent of the State Board of small the Monday the; 2nd day of April A. D.
fish and to keep same so
614.DIRECTORY. treatment in Atlanta is expected The visitors seemed to be highly Health, and shall aid and assist such stocked. ,' 1906 the defendant. Max Dathe,is required
home in a few days. pleased with, Pensacola and Pensacola to to the tDl filed
Agent in such other or further investigation Section 4. It shall be the duty of appear
Mrs. Raymond Sanford.left Wednesday the
Bay, though "fish" dinner which be determine against him herein. This order to be

t : for a visit of two weeks to rela. _ each paid 7o cents' for at the Life Saving .the as nature may and necessary cause of any to such all persona limits residing of too within City of the Pensa corporate published once each week for ((4)) four

I tives at Bingen Georgia. station'was anything but to consecutive weeks in The PeneacoU
up case or cases. And the City Health cola to empty..at least every seven
T. W. Pace returned' Monday froma
the standard ot Pensacola fish dinners Officer is herebyauthorized and empowered all barrels boxes jars or Journal a newspaper published m
days kegs,
No. 6 I. O. 0. F. short visit to Tallahassee, ana' has which'are1 reallnoted the ,
Joppa Lodge world over to enforce the fumigation of other vessels. or receptacles of whatsoever said Eseambia county. A. M. McMil
No. 6 I. O. O. .F., announced that. his new ice-plant is for their excellence.
Joppa Lodge. any-place, building or premises where kind their premises lan, Clerk Circuit Court. By L. GAymard.
upon
meets everr,Tuesday evening at 7:30 now complete, and ready for opera .rik The day was an ideal one the bay any such case of fever exists or may which contain water, unless the same D.tC. Penaaeohi.. Fla, fe*

; o'clock, at Rafford Hall West Garden tion.After _Act never looked more beautiful and the have been with such disinfectants shall 'be kept securely covered or 20, 1906. 20feboa47
visit of
St. Visiting brethren are cordially in a very djlightful party enjoyed the trip hugely. '
; vited. several weeks In this city Miss Ruby and ia such manner as may be prescribed screwed and fill such persons or
; by the rules and regulatioas their agents who may own any vacant NOTICE.
of Mr.
'Moore, the charming guest
4 T. IL FLEETWOODEN.a G. of the City Board of Health. tot within the corporate limitsof Notice is hereby given to creditor*
Sharon returned to
H. F. ,
J. W. GINGLES S a31Jan6m. and Mrs. To draw the fire out of a burn.heala
,
her her home in Livingston Alabama, Sec 8. Whenever any physician the City of Pensacola shall causj legatees distributees and all otter
ii last Monday. H cut without leaving a scar orto practicing his profession within the to ibe removed the 9from all barrels, persons having. claims or demand

I i Pensacola Lodge No. 3, K. of P. After a hurried visit to New York cure skin boils and,scalp sores diseases, tetter eczema and all City of Pensacola! shall 'be called to kegs glaM or crockery, tin or wood- against the estate of Wm. J. Ilaia'itm-
use DeWitt'sWitch attend of acute fever e&ware boxes, ..-or any other vesI ceased, to present the same wihiJ
irieeU every Monday. evening at 7130: President. J. S: Shaw returned borne Hazel Salve. see or any case ,
I o'clock at their' temporary Castle Hall last Friday and is now awaiting the JAMES E. WATSOX. Get' the A. specific for between March 1st and November *81 I or receptacle which may contain two (2) years to the imders:gnei it
piles. genuine. No
g ;over. I'ou stable. W. Intendencla St. arrival ol his large stock of goods. remedy. 1st. it shall be his water unless the same shall be kept Cottage Hill Florida who has aWl
Visiting brethren cordially welcomed. Lewis M. Lively of Tallahassee, ly'to go t6 the-party I leadership In the causes such speedy relief. Ask forDeWitt'sthe duly,to order such case to be screened secarely covered or screened. out letters testamentary upon the Stale
.
J. A. KIRKPATRICK. C. C. spent a few hour3 th." first of the house with prospects. in time for the genuine.IdbWaWeJght at once and If such is not done he Qectloa 6. That any person con- of the said deceased. Gauutfba

$ H. HORSLER. K. of It. t B', week among his many Qunicy friends. speakcrshio. shall so report to the City Health Officer vkted of nrtolating any ,provision of F. Hahn Executrix. 6niaroaS! ;

I The principal real estate sals of When 1t-was first given out that n. who, shall subject to such rules this ordinance shall be punished by a

RaUboneLodge No. this week, 'Was a piece ot property would succeed Tawney as party whip Standard.Cliairzrfiix and regulations as the City Board of fine not exceejalng Fifty ((50) Dollars In Eseambia County Circuit 001%

30. K. of P.. meets every situated in front of the residence of some reference was'made, to the fact lfofeert Lee Morreli of tbtmafug (Health may prescribe take such or by imprisonment'not exceeding State of Florida. A
both such fine I L"ancer.
I Tl1ul'day'evenlngat'8:00o'clock' : : Dr. I. W. Martin measuring 150 184 that Watson was an' ardent Methodist bd r\i of the American AuUmebile measures as may compel the proper thirty ((30) days, or by F. Croal, complainant vs. Josephine E

1(Castle in their temporary and owned by CoL J. L. 'McFarlin. and that on two occasions he had been association says that perhaps :thevrftlght screening of the patient for such tImeas and ImprisonmentSection 6., That this ordinance Croal. deendat On Monday.

; ble. W.Hall Intendencia'street.over Pou eta- This pie of land was purchases state president the Epworth league.Later standard' far racing cars maybe may be required to render such shaH take effect Immediately after 9th day Apri A. D. 1906, the .
Visiting knights are cot Monday by Tbe Florida & Georgia Getzlaff it developed that he leads the Chlln&d next year; but, at any rate, case harmless to the public health. its (passage and approval and shall remain fendat Josephine E Croa is requ.r
of which Mr.
Tobacco Co., Sec 4. It shall be the dutyof
dully welcomed. The choir in the First Methodist church ofnushY1ll the American Automobile associationwill in force during the period begin- appear to te bi ild Ilnt
local manager. price paid
Is[ the every -parent or guardian of any '
her This
J. D. KIRK C. C. \& U,800,00 and it is said that Mr. where he lives and that In have more weight as the national child and the head of every family to tog March'1&t. and_ ending. November herein pbl1b
ed once each week for four t )
& J 'LEVY. K. .R. ft S. Getzlaff will in the near future let this he vies with James P. Goodrich, governing body 1st. 1906. tn
prOperly screen and all cases of
any Section 7. That all ordinances secutlve weeks in.The Pensacola Jofl1'nat
I of the contract for a magnificent brick the Republican state chairman of In. acute fever occurring In their E'

KnIghts Columbus. respective and parts of ordinances, in conflict a newspaper published in said
tobacco packing house to be erected diana, who leads choir In his town.Governor 1
4 Meetings of the the families between March 1st and herewith be and the"same arehere cambia County. A. M. {McMillan.

Knights of Columbus on the above described property. Nature'sWarning.PENSACOLA November 1st, and to keep such case by re & Clerk Circuit :by LL G. Afld!

: are held at their hall, Lena A. OttJnger last week In Wrong' Pocket. or sick person screened with a mosquito Passed Feburary 28, .19)6. D. C. Cur, March 19/\
No. 8 West Intenden- leased the handsome residence of S. M. Griffith,.water, commissioner of net for the first seventy-two (72) Approved March 3. 1906. (Seal.) Fa Gmaroawl

1 cIa street on every Mr. and 'Mrs. C. It. Shaw and with her Altoona was coming up from Philadelphia PEOPLE MUST RECOGNIZE outs during the attack of illness. ,CHAS. H. BUSS
Misses Minnie Agnes
: and
a
Monday evening at daughters a day or two ago. and two Beats Sec. 5. That any person convicted "Mayor" of IPensacoIa.

7:30 o'clock. An inCitation is now pleasantly domiciled therein. ahead of him in the car' sat Governor AND HEED-IT. Violating any provision of this ordinance Attest: _'_ NOTICE.
Julian Howard who for the past that on thl
Notice Is hereby given
is extended shall be punished fine not
Pennypacker. Their top coats hung by a C. E., MERRITT.
to visiting Knights year has ben the efficient Florida 6th day of April A. D., 1906. I will i*
4 side by side on the wall of the car. exceeding Fifty ((50) Dollars or by imprisonment ,Clerk.
JOHN representative of Austin Nichols & 'ls come ply to Henry Bellinger, coon"
B. JONES. Kidney quietll1).steri.ouslr. not exceeding thirty ((30) lon
has resigned his Suddenly the governor arose and began ,i
Co. of New York
EDM. FOX Judge la .
Grand Knight. days or by both such fine and impris Cunty. Ford
.
going through the of Mr. Grif .
Recorder. position with this firm and will again pockets AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND SECTION for an order sale. at

enter the (brokerage business in. fith's coat. But nature always warns you onment.Sec. 6. That this ordinance shall NlNEfTV (90) OF THHCODEOF private sale of the Interest of Thos ,1

pensacola LOdge No. 4, I. 0. O. F. Quincy and ,Tallahassee._ "Is there anything in that coat you through the urine. take effect ORDINANCES' OF 1902. RE- Wm. J. Jos. G 5:1:*
immediately its Slnnot. Snnot.
Pensacola Lodge No. 4, I. O. O. lI', ,would like to have?' asked the.water: Notice the kidney secretions. and approval and sha'l: on remain passage in LATING TO .. M. E. F. Sinnot Mary "

me eta every ThursSay evening at 7:30 A Chicago Alderman Owes His Elec. commissioner leaning forward. See it the color is unhealthyIf force during the 1906. Be It, ordained by the 'Mayor and Sinnott. Alberta It!. Sinnott. KathleenE.

: at the new hall on West Garden tion to Chamberlain's Cough nis excellency scowled at this apparent there are settling and sediment. Secw< 7. That all year ordinances and Council of the City of Pensacola: Sinnott and Lester L. Sinnott, mInors

street. Visiting brethren cordially Remedy."I impertinence, but Mr. Griffith only Passages too frequent scanty pain parts 'of ordinances in conflict herewith Section 1. That Section Ninety ((90)of In and to the following descnV-i
invited. E. GREENBLATT can heartily and conscientiously ful. the Code of Ordinances of 1902 be, thlrty-fo-
I smiled and nodded toward the coats. bo and the same are hereby re real estate, to-wit: Lot
J, NEVILLE. Secretary. recommend Chamberlain's Cough Still the governor did ,not,seem to un. It's time then to use Doan's Kidney pealed. and the same is hereby. amended so (34) of the Donoldson Tract, i OV
Remedy for affections of the throat follows F'1'
read : County.
to
derstand. Pills as as Of Pensacola Escambla
Daughters of Passed February 28. U)G.
Naomi Lodge No. 10 Rebekah.. Daughters of 220 and So.lungs Peoria, says St.Hon., Chicago.John Shenick"Two, "If there Is I'll' be glad to get It for To ward off Bright's disease or dia. Approved March 3. 1906. ""Sec. 90. That from and after L the Ida. said lot having a frontage o J
betes. of this ordinance all sidewalks Roman
Rebekah, meets you." added Mr. Griffith still smiling CHAS. H. BUSS adoption feet on the north side of
every Monday itfurin a political campaignI ,
night years ago Doan's have ftone great work In both sides of all streets (except more "-r
on
i Pan-. Attest street by a depth of 105 feet
at 8 o'clock In I. O. O. F. hall. Visit caught cold after being overheated, affably. : Mayor of Pfnsacola.
ing sisters cordially invited to be pres- which irritated ,my throat and I was Then the governor "tumbled." glanced sacola. C. E. MERR1TT. Clerk. Bru Street) within the limits lei on the east side of V11tr.
5 4 T. Torgearen, fisherman, living at 'bounded as follows, towit: On the Wm. J. Guardian of no
ent. i finally compelled to stop, as I could at the coats saw that he was In the Sinnot.
'
Blanca the North line of Belmont G.
108 South Florida St., says North bl' ; ; Sinnott. Jos.
MRS. II' '
PEARL WITKOVSKI I not speak loud. In extremity a
my '
wrong one and stammered apology. An Ordinance to "
Relating >
MISS WILLIE KENDRICK *' friend advised me to use Chamber "I am enjoying better health than I Mortuary Street on the South by the South line Annie !I.w E. F Sinnott, Mary
Sec j not
lain's Cough Remedy. I took two -Pittsburg Dispatch.A I have had for months and I attributeIt Records.Be of Main Street on the East by the Aberaf. Sinnott, Kathleen!
M. E. B. A. No. 81, meets first'ana tfosea that afternoon and could not -- to Doan's Kilney Pills. For more Jt ordained: by the Mayor and the East line I'a.rragona-S'treet., and on E. stet! Smnoiu

third Wednesday evening at 7:3'0 p. believe senses when I found the Statmman'aVbUker*. than two years I bad difficulty with Council of the City of 'Pensacola: the West by the West line of Baylen March 6. 1906. X

m. Rafford hall, No 10. West Inten. next morning my the Carnation had Representative Graham of Pennsylvania my kidneys-" causing me to get up Section 1. That upon the death of 'Street and also on'both sides of Pal- .6maroaw4w.Proposalswhit.

dencia street largely subsided. I took several dos has whiskers that do not meet at several times during the night and any person within the corporate limitsof afox Street extending, from the North

A. G. FELLS Pres., that ." kept right on talking throughthe all point There are too many Intervals which was very annoying. I tried a the City of Pensacola, the attending line of Hickory Street to the North :be received at ti'

; :J.: L. SWEENEY. Sec campaign Y. and I thank this medicine between them. Two of his colleagues number of remedied but seemed to get I': physician 'or, it there be 'no physician line of Jackson 'Street,. and on both Bureau of .:Strpplies and Accoun.%

W. O. W. that I won my seat in tha Council were discussing him in the no relief. When I saw Doan's Kidney the nearest relations or, if sides of all Streets -which the City Navy Department r Washington D. .

ii; Live Oak Camp NO.1. W O. W. ." This remedy is for sale by all house lunch room.- : Pills advertised I was.feeling dull and there be no relations, the undertaker, may hereafter pave.or otherwise permanently until 10 o'clock a. m. March 27, ":
if there be '
-In said miserable and could hardly get aroundso or, no undertaker, the coroner Improve, or whIch it immedia'
meets in Pythian Hall 1st and 3rd druggists, my opinion 'one of them. may and publicly opened
I went to Sidney Kahn's drugstore ,shall report the same within forty. authorize to be paved so Improved ,t-
Wednesdays in each month. Visiting "Graham's whisker are punctuated too or thereafter to furnish at the pave
sovereigns cordially invited. Important Notice. liberally." No. 9 South Palafox St. and secured eight ((48)) hours thereafter to the City shall be of stone cement, asphalt, or Pensacola. Fla.. a quantity of n _*

L -a.' A. BOGHICH. C. C. AH members of the German Lutheran "Yes." said the other, Vho nsed to be a box. After using the first oneI !Clerk, using blank forms for this purPose -some product thereof. supplies as follows: Sen. 396: T?*
furnished
LESLIE E. BROOKS. Clerk. church. especially voting members an editor, "they -are,what you might felt a tsreat deal better in every .way : by the City. It shall 'Provided: Until January 1st. 1908 -Sch.397: ; Incandescent lamps '.
are urgently requested to attend call double leaded whiskers" and by the time\ I had finished the second : be the duty of each ana-every under. any existing sidewalk on both sidesof drilis.'tools. elf-hardenlag steel, v.*

Woodman's Circle. a special meeting of the congregation -New box I' was curid11y rest was I taker to obtain. and furnish the City Belmont Street between the East phor tin brushes silver lead, *F'g
-
S W. O., W. C.. Oak Grove. No. 4, to' be held, tonfoM..(Tuesday), at 7:80 York Times. -- not disturbec"nights and"the dull; miserable !I Clerk with a certificate which shall line of Tarrangona ,Street and the cations for proposals should desl"f

Woodmen Circle meets every Thurs p. m. at the residence of Mr. John. It!. -.' feeling vanished. contain the name age race and other West llne/jf Bay lea'Street, both sides the schedules desired by nun
3 m., 2d floor Pythian Hall : For sale by 'all dealers. Price 50 details of every person interred with. furnlffi' J
day p. over Pfeiffer 117 East Government St.. Ahead of the Game. of Tarragona Gnlllemarde. Palafox Blank proposals will be ,.f.
Pou's stable, on Intendencia street Business of great importance. Yeast-Is be behind with his-tallort I cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo. -forty-eight (48) hours thereafter and Baylen Streets,between the North upon application to the navy P3J

___ Visiting sovereigns cordially Invited. By, order of vestry. Crlmsonbe8.lt- O.: .H ___ I States. undertakers for this '
_ Mrs. Leona Langford, Guardian; Mrs. J. GEO. \V1IiT}. Stat snmn. I purpose by'' the line ot Wrighf Street,, 'on both sidesof H. T. B. Harris, Paymaster- G'nerl
: M. B. Olsen. Clerk. Chairman of Trustees. ahead-! beliee.-Y.onkers I Remember the name-Doansrandt ICLtrt Palafox ,Street between the South U. S. N. :.:6,10

V.a BO other. i gee. :. That no person shall bury line of Belmont felreet"and the North 6mar13.I :


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,It.".,,. HONOR ROLL OF! SHIRTS YOUR I I!:REM C CLERKS L B S SOR I II tI .. \




tol, THE CONVENT I "AND I Don't Make a Misthkek k : :


.. COLLARS SHIRT I BAN I'ZE E .



. AREIRONED. II Mistakes Are Costly f 0

1 SCHOOLSThose : "
TO PROPER HERE ;

1
SHAPE HERE Whatever else you may do don't think of buying Hardware

THE6ORGEOUSNESS AND MADE and Mill Supplies until you see our stock get our prices or

Who Attained ; asked us a few questions about '
Honors in SMOOTH TOO Largely Attended Meeting WasH 0


Studies During the Month The Star Steam Id Last Night and Much ** .
Hardware and Mill
Supplies : : : :
OF THE FANCY WAISTCOATS of February.The I .: .
. Laundry. Interest Shown.At .
GIVES EVERY MAN A '
1t 37 E Garden St. Phone 114.

CHANCE TO HAVE INDIVID. following Partucola. Fi.I I i We hive not been in Pensacola very long but_ '.we:',are most
are the pupils on the a meeting of clerks held in the' !
'" UALITY IN DRESS. honor roll of the Consent schools at --- I ii i Carpenters Union Hall-at 6,15 yaster:I !d certainly revolutionizing the hardware business. We realize

MATTER HOW "LOUD" Pensacola and< Warrington during the -i i day afternoon the affairs of the old 5! that we have a reputation to make and we are making it.
.. N0 month of A GENTL MAN'S TASTE IS !BEST
February: I clerks association which has been I All the old-time methods are put aside and we do business "nj 0i

Jt THE PATTERN IT IS ALLOWED Senior Girls. SUITED WITH A out of existence for about six months: .!i on the modern plan by ,

I BY PASHION. We ij Maggie :Mae Hatton. Maggie i were wound up. The old organization i : :
.. McMugh. Louise I
Biebishaus Leona CERTIFIED CHECK
i had its charter revoked because the r ;
WAKE IT A POINT TO HAVE de 1a Rua Eva Gonzalez Aria Me. -
I I former financial secretary failed to You Just What You Want
. Hugh,,,,,Genevieve Raftert, Kale King, 5c CIGAR. i Giving .
.. SAMPtES OF EVERY GOOD Cora arritt. Evelyn Bond, Irma Con I comply with the laws of the RetailClerks :

. zal=*. Sunshine Bergm. Agnes:: Banfell ,All the qualities of flaror aroma International Protective Asso-' r &
NOVELTY THAT IS BROUGHT Mattie O"Bri-n. Marie Steel, Jenn.e color and goo material is elation. It was also due to his negligence -
tr tl' OtfT IN NEW YORK FOR Byrnes, Eatoa. Sheppard. Florence< embodied In It. II it is aid, that the heirs: ol : and at small profit. We handle everything in the Hardwareline ;

Koche. Emma Schambeau. Edwin C. Dansby dla! net receive J10C and are always glad to give you quotations. ,

MEN'S WEAR. Senior insurance The laws provided that reports -
, Boys. A. Greenhut & Co. should have been made to headquarters '-

lJ PRICES $1.50 TO $5.00..V Masters Emanu, i Johnson, Stephen on July 1st 1905. but sam


.' '. 'MoUa.Sweeney Leo. Cox.Clvde Leo Charlia Bicker. laheiWillie O'Connel Alfred ,Bradley.Merrift Eddie, PENSACOLA.DISTRIBUTORS FLORIDA. the were With loss.not the ma.d new$ until organization July 27,it hence will GORDON & BROWN HARDWARE CO. I Iir t "


I Hernias Poipe, Adrian Farinas
Roscoe ,
I be different for the reason that the
). I Thompson. Rhoda McVoj Henry bonded in
HEADS OF FAMILIES. secretary and treasurer are .
I
i Schwalenbarg. John Raffertj,Cameron Pensacola Fla.AMUSEMENT
It Bonifay Dan Bergin. Edward Sheppard L\lf parents owes it as a duty to an indemnity company to headquarters : ,

! Gilmore Hatton, Thomas their families to make home as pleas! which guarantees protection to .. JO .. _. _'" ,
1d Cusachs, Albert Geri: Paul Reumont I ant as within their power 1E'8.: There's I i, the members. ) .bioll".iL.;; !: I i", ML.It;;,C.-t d.;. :..1 .u;. t:..
nothing so elevating: and en-ab'ing: as The temporary officers of the new I

>1 FLORIDA CURIOSITIES.LW Kindergarten Room. I good music and 1 nothing better to i organization are F. J. R3lra, presl I ___._.____ _
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on and Staffed AllIgators rea4ygtpixint I Misses Lucile Yniestra, Katla Motta, make nius:c with than a 'Ood piano.Ve .,, dent; B. F. King, Financial ,'Secretary

!o Katie Haines Teresa Willman, Nettie: \ will place a.\ piano in jour home and Bert McAllister recorder. umu CAPTAIN CASTO WAS GAME.

'fittl1 n wood eanea. with alligatorS Trainer MJlldred Rocheblave. Master -; for ten 'dollar down and two dollars: i I The new organization pays through #
Ire. Gregory Quina Misses Frances a week. the Internal:onal Association a graduated rmm tut It Took More Cuzr.j e t. AUp.4D"ut \

. Sea flb lls and Shell Jewelry Shell Chnstte. Julia Johnson, :Mercy Hatton, CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE, I I ; insurance ranging, from $25.00to r Tfcmi to l-ac Storm.
Leather Good a $200.00. It also a weekly
t Wood Novelties. pays
Josephine
t Daniels. MaggU Mae PenSacola, Florida. There are now honors in plenty for
1>peci1tI.MRS Kearney, Mary E. Bason. Mae andva. sick benefit of $5.00. ; the captain of the schooner Alberta'
McCLURE, The organization will embrace in
C. N. Hall ----
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Masters -- -- -- -- -
John
; Harrington
its membership both f* r $ 4t Mark Casto the modest hero who sueceeded -,
women men
Opera Home Building son, Tom McHrh. Misses Rosie anj: !
Fla. and all are ;nUtled to some benefits 0S in rescuing the imperiled pas-1! !
cola.
((107 E. Goternmaat St. Pen Daniels Lucy Sv.aJjie. ,Florida Wai t '
: lace. LedJe Martin. Naomi Marzoni CONFEDERATEWOMEN K will introduce the International] ,sengers and ,crew of the steamship''
Ast\O lation's Union Card which : Cherokee The which he displayed
r- Mercy Ku. ter, Willi Moody: Masters, store courage ;
R. K. WHITE Edo Swaine. Dualev McHugh, liscesFra.n will be a guide to union people and in going( ont to the relief of
their sympathizers: vrlure none but those on the Cherokee when the shIp
rt.Do Brent, (Juliet Sweeney, Gai-
Jewelerand '
! Watchmaker. Manufacturing aldine Touart, Masters iJohn Christie union clerks are employed \ stranded on the New Jersey coast and)/.

::1t. Graduate Optician. James: XI*vll1e Lr 6. 'Rejraundo, E l- TO BE General Organizer Walker is in was in momentary danger of going topieces '
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30 6. PaUfox St., Pensacola, Fla.TRSLY
11 Frances, charge of the matter and will remain :
Johnson Quina. WhitingAn. In the wild storm has been
to perfect the organization The next
tie dE'rron.1liie' Eccles Denis Robinson, deemed" worthy of a Carnegie hero fund
otnd Alias Matron!,. Misses Marie and E<1, meeting will be Wednesday. at 6:15 medal and of a medal from the legislature -
tie P m. Room 1, old Armory building
TOLD wma Christie Lloyd and Althea
of New Jersey, while that bospitible -.
Blumer, Agnes F cles. Lucille Allen,
Onl 'Mae Virginia Merritt HONOREDI A Safe Cough Medicine for Children. Philadelphia: organization the
Williams
Clover club him with diamond
presented ,
' \iuong the tourists in the city are Janet: Matron In buying a cough roed:cine for chi,- a
) .. 'Mr and Mrs: Chas. Whitcomb. of ,Intermediate Room. I dr' n never be afraid to buy Chamber studded medal and .entertained
.1k.C. Terre Haute and Mr and Mrs J. J. : i lAin's Cough/: Remedy. There is no him at dinner. Captain Casto when ha
( llijtpns, of Clinton. Ind .Misses Hilda Bicker Quinnie :Mc- danger from it and relief 'is always saw the peril of threescore persons on
Yoy. Rubj: Burns. Mary Cusachs, Etta Confederate Veterans Endeavoring I sure to follow. It is especially valua the Cherokee did not fear to steer

I C.ft. Th.re will be a meeting of Ward Pent Florence Drennon, Addie Me bio for colds, croup' and whooping straight for the open sea 4a Ids small

drop; \o 10, U C. V. tonight at Voy, Ado I at) clock at the office of N. Btook. Lizzie Carlin, Elmore Rupert: Mamie .
to tasKwhicb baffled the skill'end
I attempt a
Bicker, Mattte Connell, Estell. Shep->>
tie pard. courage even of the brave United
011 4. postal card from Sam B Flynn, Window Shade- Holder. Btates life saving crews of the Atlantic
D. Is the Little Jones Junior Girls. An inventor has devised an entirelynew
Vbo with Johnny
City statlou.: His nerve did not desert
reed Misses Minnie Burnham, Ruth idea In window shade' : holders nn
('o states that he Is now in Toroto, At the Jacksonvffle in December
reunion "
Canada. where the company is plav.m. Turner. Ella Rupert Ernestine''Jeude- Illustration of which I 13 ..reMrlthEhowu. \ -
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be .. He sent his regards to all of his vine, Josephine iJohnson. Lilhau last the follow'ng: resolutionwas The advantage! of the deviceIs .

url friends here. Adams Alma. Banfell. Annie Marchetta unanimously adopted: j that it can be changed to fit any

,l Florence Connors. Alice Godwin "Whenjis The United Confederate ordinary window trumpwithout destroying i
The British steamer E. O Saltmarsh ,
Clara rd.Vergle Butler.
Veterans the convention :
at recent
its future usefulness in easeof '
'
fzii. thich ig I between Pensaco- (* / $
now plying at Louisville reiterating its ;
Junior Boys. previo'Jsactions
il.a and ; in late change of residence with change: In
a Liverpool, armed port
earnestly and !' : 4_
solemnly
a1- "fstPiMav afternoon from Liverpoo1, Frank Hatton, George Ca/eppa, most size of window framr The> body of :
:Joseph Corrigan, Thomas Maloney, pledged even camp and every comrade ; this bolder is! made of a bar divided in
, Dining bv way of Cuban ports. She
to the ho'y work of completingthe
,111 immediately commence loadinga J George Greenwooa' memorial to the Women of the I the center, the twd parts !*>*ng ndjubtablv s*

1'r return cargo at the U &. N wharves. Warrington School. Confederacy; Therefore be it I attached: to ft grooved hinge by

Ninth Grade Ally's Katie Hub. Resolved nif an.< of tl'nmbscrews passed!: thronjrh
Tnat
each and
! Allan Rogers the good roads ex every _
I bard and Edna OaQa camp of the division is urged, and- plots in Ihe hInge: piatPR! On one side: k i'i 'gt't. .
jwn from Jacksonville, was yester. Sixth Grade-Misses Gracie RobertI JJt /,
:. directed immediate! on the return of the !slots are projecting teeth or a 0 ,
,. Public Works investigating! the classesof I!Anderson.. home of its delegates, to get earnestly ..ItTA& )
to work under the: general U. C. V.
soil that in this
IIt can be procured: I Highest average in written -Rork-
swnon and which suitable for resolutions and organize committeesto _' 0
are Misses Atherine Anderson and OracLe ;.1', T
its respective communityto I
: roadhiuldiQg Robertson. secure canvass the largest possible amount -- Ii. ,
3I;
f fI
The government officials having offices .I For an Impaired Appetite. for the Memorial to the Women of the :-. _
in the custom .house and the pub- Confederacy Never has this south -4 :
ir m general were delighted yester-I Loss of appetite always results from land been blessed with greater pros! I 1 '

.... -:3\: morning to find upon reaching tt'e faulty digestion All that is needed perity than now" rests upon It, and nev- \ 0 _
.. Building: that the elevator which nad : i, a few doses of Chamberlain's: Stomach er have we been better able to do our ( \ : ,
\ Liver Tablets. They will invigorate .
.. len Hosed down, was again in oper-i and : duty to these women whose 'b !aefi I?
1' on The elevator was closed about ; the stomach strengthen the cient influence on us and our childrenhas .
.8 three "digestion! and give you an appetite under ; -'- I _
weeks since on account of the lareely made. a merciful :: :
wolf. TJvse Tablets also act
lack of funds. like a Providence, this very pro3perity." I
r.t as a gentle laxative. For sale by ail Acting in accord with this reso'u- James O'Neill, Who Appears in Monte Christo, the Play that He has Made
, The of Thomas M;
remains Captain druggists World Famed.
tion Ward Camp No 10, U. C. V. at
3. lOt, who his home West
expired at on t.
its February meeting appointed a com

1r- 'warden tri' placed street rest Saturday afternoon mornng: nw Dreams Are 'Weighed. mittee to make an appeal to the citizens I I'I I Last Night's Play. 'the place of a dead fellow convict'l 1- CAPTAIN MARE CASTO.hhu 0
at Sunday
rJo tn An ingenious instrument which demonstrates of this! community for contributions -' Room Only!" he cuts his way out and is
9t Standing: I
John's cemeterj A lat'se con in the midst of sea .
this ,which be add rock in the tempestuous
cause
: the close connection that exists to may and thrills of pleasureare ing to a lonely ocean
::1, com'Ie of friends and re'atives! follows What magic I
i when It to lot of
but ,came facing a
1 1. *<* between dreams: and brain calculI ed to the contributions already made embodied in those simple words! midst of the raging waters. Tie light- .
body to its last place,
resting and its Individual Sashes the lowering clouds men in spited tailed rout's and sitting
bj the camp members nigh from
, the "tilt! board" A and business ;
). 'TIOIIR them beng: number of men tion Is known Il'I! to every actor every :
. u The camp took th's! action in Yet this was I and the thunder booms along the hori':' down to a course dinner the bluff skIpper -
theatre. ,
" wco are trade long, shallow tray big enough for a manager of a
engaged in the flsh'ng the confident belief that many in this I the theatre laat i zon. As Dante gains the rock and utters -;:I of a fishing smack almost nktnredthe
affairs at
SUIt! wfco had fortnanv to reeling is balanced exact the state of, '
man upon
known the deceased
:
community will esteem it a privilege : of the appearance I the worlds famous speech: Ihe : white feather." But he decided to
steel blade. A subject is night on the occas on
years. The six pall bearers ly upon a to thus aid in honoring thos noble; SrRD.OS: DtTO POSITION. the Gagnon-Pollock Stock Co.I world Is mine." a thunder bolt !flies:'0 go for the sake of the six sailors who

1G ,. ot fishing schooners. Many hand upon the end contalnng; his feet generally whose gentle minIstrations: : feet and by its glare a pirate ship!
..'ne. floral the I from slippIng by undue pressure. On play selected \\"as"No Mother to : people from the Cherokee. He want-
tributes decorated the '
1I. Irne.; I falls But eventually subject patient fortitude unflinching devotion the ends of the bars are pivoted metal Guide Her." Tho play was tnoroughly I can be seen beating aga. n6t the storm ed their share.in tbe'act to receive due
j begins to dream and tbel\the tray con. and heroic endurance sustained beads, having roughened surfaces, enjoyable and presented In a masterly I to rescue him from his perilous -posi credit. Captain Casto Is a short, UDprp.tl'ntlons .
it taming the sleeper's fwt rea rends. the a cause they so deeply loved and I : tion. '
Th.' window by those whose names appeared man of thirty-six and being a
Blue Ribbon Flavor" arouses which bear against the frame way .
reari1
r. for I
extent to which It m01'atrying accordIng nobly struggled durng; four :
tho lagging appetite. Ask gToc when the bolder is in place. ProjectIng in the cast hero i Is somewhat embArrassing to him.
l' jour of the dream. of dreadful war. and the dark days of
,,, I the vividness !
to has end of specialties
... for Blue Ribbon Lemon and Va- from the ends of the bars are adjustable The company no though this is not the first time be bus,
reconstruc'ion. The character
5tLNo: I The explanation is that the blood% and lo.: and this in any popular priced I HOUSE live
at
OPERA rescued imperiled lire*. He
bold the
11 cation of this memorial has not journals to shade i
of directly! yetten than half t the bat-
leaves the brain a sleeper II attraction is more
Is OW
Pleasantvflle, X. J. Is married.
. and, the fixed. but will be decided upon at roller and they are held .m place and are clever ,
the specialties
lII the mental activities ,cease tle. All of I
' the reunion of the To the son ()f a sai'or and the grandson of ctailor.
general Confederate thumbscrews put
regulated
IIr pill is as pleasant and positive? bead as a result becoming lighter: that and some of them are remarkable. A' March
IIr 1. Ot\\itts Uttb, Early Risers. These: end of the balance rises \Vhen the Veterans holder iu place in tic"mdow frame each performance these will be chans I All Week, M 0 N DAY .

... famoUs! Little! Pills are so mild and: sleeper dreams small, quantities cT Members of the committee will canvass the bars are first adjusted so as to Starting... 5th
7l'CtIVfThat children. delicate ladiei brain to and receive contributons at an tighten it In the w'ndoA'! frame. Then ed.The phi for tonight is entitled
.1, blood recalled! to the sup-
"11., weak I people enjoy their cleansing i are balance is early date the heads are placed" in the corners of "The Road to Fr&co": THE FAMOUS To Ileuore W'art..
.a '!fer I while strong people say they : ply the dreams, and the I). B. REED.W. the frame by holding the bar with bott: Potato water, the water in whwto po.

r .H, th'3 vest liver pills sold. Never,i gradually changed In this we.1I E A DER ON. the boiled will warts,
bands. Bj pressing upward holder "Great Texas Bill Show. GAGNONPOLLOCKSTOCK tatoes are remove
. I be weighed. C. V.
ripe. dreams may THOMPSON
r.I., j D. G. BRENT. is ImmedIately sprung firmly In pines The Free Street Parade given by even the worst "seed w art*" that e. r

- ,Committee. Next the bearing jinialb for the shade the Great Texas Bill Will West Showsis come on the'Janda of children or

,I.I.. roller are adjusted to fit the rollet well worth coming miles to see.The COMPANY. grownups. Waxb the hand two or

# Quick Repair TO CURE COLD IN ONE DAY without having to (ut it off or in any ladles and children should not miss]I three times a day in the potato water,

'ISt. Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine way marring the roller. seeing the miniature charIot drawn I I The Greatest Popular Priced Show -using no soap or aujthing ebe, and let

Tablets. Druggists refund money if it by little Shetland poines. and upon En Tour. the water dry on the skin or bathe the

Outfit for falls to cure. E, W. GROVE'S signa. which rides a trio of real Sioux In- NEW SPECIALTIES, spots affected every Itttte while in the
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PLAYS
NEW
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ture Is on, each box. 25c. dian papooses. These" shows exhibitin NEW FACES. course ft the day, peeping them constantly -
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8th. Grand
Pensacola on March moistened with tbe potato water -

ai, Only 35 cents. Great Srheno, Free Street Parade at 10:30 a.m. Monday Night and tbe warts will disappear In a

. Tie make love to sanuner girls a You Employan short time.
This and thousI the winter time and to winter girls latbA "Monte Christo" with James I'Neal "Hotel Topsy/Tunrey.

ands of other use- summer." J Perhaps the most Interesting theatrical -I Popular Price.-10, 20 and 30 cents. Original Laxative Cough Syrup
fi here will be The
this season
of
i ful articles can be "What's the4der! \ I Expertin I the appearance event of -Mr James rNelll I Ladles Free Monday Nl ht. Usual'la Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar.
Thinks they come a little cheaper
by
conditions from the system
cold
i. for less wben I food selection and a notable cast at the opera house i I It expels loll
.. bought : they're out of seaxon. -Clev& in colossal production L acting as a cathartic on the boweK"
night
_ Urd; Leader. "" hen you eat next Friday -- and Tar V
.. than oth-j scenic' Kennedy's Laxative Honey
money of ChrlstoThe !I
Monte "
i- L:" _"_ ask for the I embellishments. are said to be gorge.ous \\V bIlers! users of morphine, a certain, safe and hairless cure fof.
e ers P wvrfvl Helps. realistic effects are marvelous opium,'UudkDBm I colds, croup and whooping cough.

t' same goods at f ""I. .have given up smokln.hJ" :.* Grape Nuts and. Perhaps the the most spectacularscene I n jelliirot eaIJeor"htslley oplumCOI ,&- j jwp
trltl before were Notice of Meeting.W .
.1 you you la that which' repre I book of par-I
r. THE BAZAAR ;jj lI1arrto g've It up and you I "sent in a storm the PaY! at sea in the second NOr.Iii I1 llAUstortum tleuliri oa horn Cr523.s.ot or ;.. T. Sherman Post Xo. 21. G. .A.,

couldn't." I Read Ths Road to Wellville Dante makes nis _AddrsaDr. IL will meet at BuItard's on Intenjen.1cia
Edmund
10I. .. .. .;r.,. "? bad no wife and mother-iu-law tohelptee In pkgs. act when from the Chateau. d'lf, by be- II AMD | WOOUJtTi! street at 2:30 Thursday afternOOD..1. !
.
I.Ii :, Union Depotj I i escape Cure r toe 1 3. C. Patterson CommaAdll'
Near then. -Houston Feet. -r's\ :----''--w-----'......, ins thrown\ into the sea In a sack, in b' tIasta,':;:'


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FRANK L. MAYES, President and General 1 Manager.'

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MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. ii .IS NOW ON SALE AT All NEWS STANDS.


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SUBSCRIPTION RATES. .

One Year..................15 00 Ono Month........ .....,.. 45 15 CENTS. BY MAIL 20 CENTS.
Six Mouths................ 3 BO One Week............;.... 10 r : PRICE, ,
Three Month..... ....... 125 Weekly Edition, per )-ear..?! 00 a ,,

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The Duty Penaacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed KeS
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Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. That W.. StroMB., Enough.
R weak Landlady-YOu should never attack. the ORDER BLANKA -

Boarder-All right. I won't ..ay. anything suberb'y illustrated -
Office*.108 and 110 East'' Papers on SaleonTrai' ', about the tea: I'll talk about. the
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Government. I, and at all News Stands. butur. -- work showing Pensacola The Journal's Panama Canal Edition.

The Pensacola Journal.

i as she is to-day. The most Pensacola Florida.
} PEKSAOOLA! FLORIDA. TUESDAY MORNING MARCH\ C, 1906 Gentleman: Find enclosed herewith 20 cents In silver: for

complete and expek sivesp.cia one copy of The Panama Canal Edition which please send to

the.following address.
Objections to Governor :: FACTS IN FEW LINES She ha! Inference. ,: 1 : : edition ever issued
"Slmpkln such a taking way with

Broward's Drainage: Scheme. There sre-ao,nMrsboya In Spain. Women Urn."Kleptomaniac" : in: the Deep Water City. .

'.[be> Jaeksoraine Timas-tfaton has sell newspapers on the street

ri an clang been bitterly opposed to It is understood that altogether: the t Following, are some of its -

negotiations cost the Japanese
Oow nor BsweffTa scheme for drains peace
features
government 400000. special .,
s) fes iBvcrjlede! and has printed Norway exported about 68,000,000 ... '

aaIrzzu after XJhznm: of reasons why pounds of fresh cod and more than
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to* oris tihoeM not be attempted. ItswccedsAtk j half that amount of salt cod last year. -

The pay of the Russian private soldier 0 itt Pensacola Pensacola and in surround-
tstle :fccd b arnay obj oto Over HO half tone views of Bay, scenes
I hat been Increased more than 100per ,
ilrm.: the Sffrfmva down ana* firebunch! cent-thtt Is to say from $I.M to t. ing country.

i tarn at tlbepb C'.izL a eond $3 a year. "

m .. tblloerat Became In one-day of ten hours recently s Page map of Pensacolar_ l Bay, showing depth; of water and points of interest

the alraehodse barber at Bethnal about the ,
Bare off&sVfi&ar, reasons against the pLce
green London snared 230 men there is i
\t4nJxMe 5 of t&a Dv+trfLade*. at present.PJocidSv .
't baa over 27,000,0130 acres of some tail: of raising his wages.A A special article on Pensaola and the Panama Canal by W. A. Blount, Jr.

4t1 Mad about X&OOXKtt la cultivation British constitutional associationhas D
ow M.000.000 Idle been formed for the purpose of M es.acc ,wee? A Review of "Historic Pensacol ," by J.. E. D. 'y onge.
1 BIIe'\doe steed any more land untilChe "promoting personal liberty" and limiting ,

has a few mifflon. more ,people toCIltt1nte the functions of governing bodies In !Sanih! '' Am'l, .aa Waters.Pa3engerI' Symposium of opinion on the effect of the Panama Canal on Pensacola, by
St. accordingly. : :!! say captain what wou'happen !< "

1* The drainage of the Everglades, will I Company O. Second regiment, Connecticut reef? it the ship should hit a coral : Governor N. B. Broward,.. United States ,Senator S. R. Mallory, United States Senat-r l

cost has little a lacge;money Bum at and mOl1e could,". Florida expend I mtaoa,. stationed at Water Umbers.Captain-It" would- mostjlkely.. .Shiver. --.. its : Jas P. Taliaferro, and Congressman W. B. Lamar. i iI
bury., has th A& men Who have served
many times tbe amount she has to I
In the mUtan of the state for over 'A "Romance of the Fleet Nellie'Cravey Gilmore.
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better purpose than getting more, 1 Intend to run my automobile In my* by
bod. twenty years. own way." J -

it In fact. FlocidaJ!t land poor alraady The hi&h 6 F price ever paid for a tun"Glad their to machines hear it. In Most other fellows want to:'' r ; An article: on "Sugar: Cane in West Florida" by Judge Ino. Thomas Porter.
14 (Perhaps it would be more exact to steer at the stocky-anas At Kansas Cityis people's way/ '

i t eay She J fat land rich and money poor.' 10 cents a pound which was paid "Pensacola of Forty Years Ago" by-Senator Stephen R. Mallory. .
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It it not yet certain; that the Everglades the other day for a choice animal. The :
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certain can that:be they drained.:worth It draining.is not yetI All 8 record%cents.price previous to this sale was ) An article from the National Sportsman- ,' entitled "Pensacola, the Fishermen'sParadise

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that Is. certain Is that their drainage "
yet Chas. H. Bliss.
There was a stair climbing contest on ,,.u } by Mayor > '
: would cost money and a great I
,
,I t 1 .
the Eiffel tower. Paris, recently. Three '
l deal With of It.say 600,000 people In Florida hundred! competitors climbed the 729 ,. ,Pensacola trade statistics i from-hisreport- to the Chamber of Commerce, by

and' 36,000,000 acres of vacant land, it steps all In racing costume, with robber t Secretary W. C. Jones* ,:. -r :; ? '
r ; looks very much as if there were shoes. The winner performed the '

t about GO acres of land for sale for feat in $ minutes 19 seconds. +.1 '. <: ; ",. .., : :;i. ,,: :: &<. ;.. i *i
each individual. Since this includes I 1|I During the.year 1905 sixty-three marriage ,

,i the Everglades urewill say each has licenses were granted in Mont- '. ', "; .J
t 54 acres for sale. The addition of the nr
t peller, Vt. Nin.ty-B: Ten of the contracting -
without other six increasing to increasing:the demand the supply would parties' were.native born sol v The work {is attractively.printed on heavy enameled paper, and the half tone

r : decrease the price. I 1 j I twenty-sir had foreign. Three stated that t views which embellish it are not only representative of the city's widespread points
they the
i The bringing to the state of mart forgotten place of their

settlers would increase the demand nativity. a It of attractiveness, but they are superb samples. of the engraver's and the printer's art.
and increase the price. I I The Kongo,Free State has on the waterways -
Draining the, Enrgades111' make or the upper Kongo regular i The Panama Canal Edition is now on sale at the news stands and throughoutthe
the lain owners of the state poorer. steam navigation lines. On
Stanley
Cringing in Immigrants would< make pool there are about 100 steamers half 1 city and out.of-towa readers are invited_ to send in their orders on.the. coupon

: them richer. of which belong to the state. The "'r- contained in this announcement. Address all orders to
Taking the average of tbe state, and Slew Bat fees. .
steamers In use on the river and lakes
Jam of all kind one acne! of land is The Caaiv of It. Mrs. Farmer Whifflatre*_Do you remember
worth. about four dollars.Supposing are specially built in Europe for sluggish TIm-I see dat Joe Sllbpion't goll'a son our oourtlng days SllasT You
waters. back on him.TomHub was flve to
the Immigrant years proposing me.
average
{ flat's easy. Der feller ahe's Mr. Whlffl! .tr* Haw! haw!
would earn as much as $200 per ;year Irish pearl, which are of rare purity wid yes. And PENSACOLA
goln' DOW, hu mudder THE
f keeps cr candy you was two years more saying "This &U JOURNAL
for each of Wa family and supposing and colorings have become much in Ilere. ? _.. 60 liuddeA." _ _. ,
many to be worth 10 per cent per annum vogue In England within the past two -
!leach immigrant add! $ ,OOO for years. Queen Alexandra .
wears
a
each member of his family to thewealth (I h .
I II '
"'
pearl from the oyster beds at Conne- c t "
d .
.
of the State-the equivalent Pensacola Florida.
$ of GOO acres of CToriad land. mara, set in green enamel. The ornament \ .' ,
a hey thousand\ immigrantswouM atfd is In the form of a brooch, a present

acre than the value of the Everglades from Lady Dudley.

DfeMea increasing me demand instead Miss Annie Paris of Manchester. .
4 ' 1 Its vale Instead rl diminishing rings to the pot1 e. Two flays after she .rRf
IL Ten thousand individuals both _,
found
rings done up in a wad of
# wovlfl only about 2.000 families..
mean paper and lying on the floor of the
a We Relieve that the advertising and REWARD Professional
woodshed at her home. How they The Journal Printed DurIng Directory
M* the work that would bring &00,000people _
| came there is a which 1-... .
mystery she IVJ1
33 coat less than '
to Florida would : February 1906
draining the Kverglades. This num. says she.shall not attempt_to solve. I THOS. PEBLEY,

!Iber wouM double the value of Florida The furnace as a means of ventilation a Total of LAW. REAL! ESTATE LOANS AND
property and the people now in the is said to be more economical in COLLECTIONS

state would crt the benefit deep mines than In shallow ones, as It PALAFOX AND ROMANA.

We think that the state administration acts by heating a'column of air The .139,325 PHONE 553.T. .
r could do more for the people of higher that column the greater will be x
Florida and earn a better place in history the difference in the weight of air in tt

by glvin-g its energy to immigration the upcast and downcast shafts, andconsequently COPIESor
G D
MJLOPTICIAN
than to getting more land. We the greater the motive bv.RLt: YATES
doubt it a very high place in history power. nr a- The Resemblance. an of ,
Tclll be gained by leaving; monumentsthat Kits Jackson Youah singing bringstears average .
be pointed to as "Broward's The Duke of Devonshire possesses as Dft..a. Ant ED. to my eyes. Mr. Johnson. It.*. a
may" an heirloom Claude Lorraine's "Book of lIenderson-Dou your wife ever call you minds me of my poor dead father. 306 THIESEN BUILDIGN
dKch.es. up at your offlc? Mr Johnson-Wu he a singer?
Truth, which is said to be one of the Henpck N'o she wait until t
; get home Miss Jackson No; he wuz a fish peddlesReaaenable 5,805
rarest and most valuable volumes in Laid Lh: ThTlCew! York Court of Appeals Europe It is worth six times as much H. T. CRAWFORD,

.', {held, ta the case of Miller *t al. Toe as tile aartn" Bible- the most costly :ails: 1SeI't'l'hI1UU hieuograpburs In the DAILYThe REAL ESTATE.
J book that the British Request.LawyerYour MONEY TO RENTS COL
LOAN AND
museum can
Edison Electric Illuminating Company adjoining and he
call
room, cau for papers -
boast. The late duke refused an offer. honor I want an interpreter \VAKKANT for the arrest of this WOot1lan. LECTED.
of New York, that where wanted or dictate letters without following figures show The pen.
.t premises !
of $100,000 for it. for my client. Judge-What She is about 26 years of age. 414'' THIESEN BUILDING.
alleged to be damaged: by a nuIs- An eight inch sapling) has been discovered leaVing his private room or interrupt In language docs he speak? Lawyer-' sacola Journal's circulation for each weighs 135 pounds thick dark hair Pensacola Fla.
the
ance are }leased while the reveraloner any way important conferencesthat lie's a railroad brakeman.. --St. Louis day during, the month of February high forehead, brown eyes five feet
growing' through a lantern take place daily in his office.
for such Post-Dispatch. 1906, with the number of high wears No. 6 shoes, upper teeth
can recover damages as are globe in the woods near West Franklin average
A tor.stature"
new record has been gold Shad and'R crowned tooth. She
ef a permanent character damages for .)Ie. The, tree, which is growing on established: by one of the newly elected Ills Trrasar! copies daily: has long fingers with round nails. Pen=acsla, Sf. Andrews and

diminution in the rental value duringthe the site ofan old lumber camp exceedsin Pittsburg representatives to con- The Count (who has had a little tiff Feb. 1 5,700 Feb. 15. 5,700 Plump of figure 'ani: fairly pretty. Her
lulf Co.
term of the lease can only be recovered both diameter the globe and bulges out sress. Dr. Andrew Jackson'Barctifcld, with his fiancee, tbe heiress)-But, my Feb. 2, 5,700 Feb. 16, 5,100 maiden name was Thompson, which Steamship
by the tenant In possession.The : aboand below the glass. whose six! feet five'inches evoled from treasureThe Heiress Your treasure? Feb. 3, 5,750 !Feb. 17, 5,900 name she has possibly assumed. STEAMER TARPON
Strange as it may seem the glass is the: kaiser at their meeting ta Berlin Your investment, you mean. Feb. '4, 6,000 Feb. 18, 6,125 Wire !sheriff at DeFcniak Springs,

neither broken nor cracked. last summer the remark that his an. Feb. 5, ..... Feb. 19. .... Florida; 150.00 reward for the child. W. Q. 3ARROW Maitir.FttisrCLABfl .

poet of Jacksonville Times- China has no less than 7.642.C50 citizens ('estorould have had him In the royal The Old ilaa of the VoonUU., Feb. 6, 5,700 Feb. 20, 5,700 Fisher Monroe Douglas.. This woman, PASSJENGEB!: AND
living in foreign. countries and has guards had they conjoined at the Feb. 7, 5.700 Feb. 21, 5,700Feb. Florence Wood, kidnapped him fromFreepost.
\ Union has had another spasm and abundant reason: to, be watchful of period. Before him the proper The title "Old Man of the Moun 8, 5,700 Feb. 22 5,700 Fla. on the night of September FREIUHT SERVICE:
Neiv
while evidently still in its throes their interests. There are only 80,000 '' Sulloway Hampshire tain" was first applied to Hassan, Ben Feb. 9, 5,700 Feb. 23, 6,700 Cth, 190S._ The child is 6 years old, *
giant Mr. bowed ;
in
ground out the following touching. little of them in the Philippines our government I''I humility. Sabbah, chief of a Mohammedan sect Feb. 10, '5,900 Feb. 24, 5,700 fair skin light hair has upper fore -Betwwan-

"pome:" having prohibited their entrance who founded a formidable dynasty inByr'a. Feb. 11, 6,100 Feb. 25, 6,200 teeth rotted offt very plump weight PENSACOLA. MOBILE. APALACHICOLA
; I I I Congressman J. Warren KeJfer' the A. D. 1000_ Banished from his Feb. 12, ..... Feb. 26, about 50 pounds; very bright child.
there and
From Escambla to D<>Soto.They.re the total for all American I .h. CARRABELl E, ST. ANDREWS -
venerable who has
countries i', Ohioan once more country he lock up his abode on Mount Feb. 13, 6,700 Feb. 27, 5,900 Expenses paid both ways delivering
bobbing up anew about ia 272.829.: of whom probably taken ble seat in the' house, has not Lebanon, gathered a band of follower Feb. 14, 5,700 Feb. 28, 5.SOO child to DeFunlak Springs. Fhu, In addition MILLVILLE.And .
And there'll shore be something 100,000 are In this country.; kept the to to the J5000 .
posted date
oa up methods reward.H.
and soon became the terror' of Jews. Bi
8L Andrews
an point on >
doing. Ilere' are a few of the prices quotedon I in vogue there.. During the. reading of Total for the month..... 'A.
Before the season's through I I Christians and Turk They all obeyed 39,325. DOUGLAS. Carrabelle and Apara4 hrcola.
For candidates in this state common commodities in 1S63-64, according -i the president's message h. wanted a I bis orders Implicitly in the belief thatftey Father of the child,

i Are a never-falling crop- to an old account book owned page and In the style; of long ago clapped would receive choice rewards i* Average per day........, 5,805I DeFuaiak.8Prln* Fla ,T i SCHEDULE .t'
by James Walker, .
of Goflsbwn. N.
IL his hands. signsl'was
So here's to the one that gets : repeat the joys of paradise. Tease assassins,
there Green,tea, $1X0 a pound; flour, $10 per ed twice, and his fellowmembers as bU followers were called among hereby certify that the above leave PeotacoU Bond*,. 8:30 fm.
barrel; Ump oil, 42 cents' a quart; sugar thought he was applauding the is correct for Mobile Als.
And always is on top) mes- themselves rode roughsbo4 over the statement according to the
20 cents a pound; pork 20 cents a sat*. Finally the nad'page, who bas country for about 200 ye*"". .Whe&- records On lib in this office. Safes! SafcsIiSafcs! leave.,; St.PelU Andrews o1a" Tuesday.Mlllriile.8:39 A;*P-
pound; molasses $1 a gallon; beans 83 been In the service of the house FRED A. a. for
forty I ever their chief the Old Mm .t'the SWEET. Ue'aleol, Carrabell an* intermedia.:.
Study The Jourial's circulation state. cents a peck; butter. 52 cents a pound. years*hurried up and explained l to Mr. Mountain thought himself Injured, he Circulation Manager. Buy Diebold Safes! ,

wont Mr. Business Man. You can Peter V. D* draw, fourth assistant Krtfer that there was. a posh button sent a bund of these men secretly to Sworn to' and subscribed before ," points.For additional information apply t'

spend your time in no more profitable' postmaster general of the United at every desk. 'Well, PCX 2!has been I murder the offender. and it was from this' 28th day of February, isos. me Scarritt Moreno 'J. B. 8AUND&R&
States has a unique office> contrivance. sure enough ,said tbe ex-ek, this that our word assassin originally PERRY DICKBtf.k II:. B. COBBPmidaafc
manner. He haflLMjT! phlc Frt.,.and Pts. Aft
communication_with laughing. .I took its'meilaiwi.1 Notary PnbT Gen '
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; i Why Becaou.se. '';" ". #' Ji! ETOROFTOA1N T PAINFUL PERIODS r



'III'I' Its .. TOPICS MAKESSTATEMENT Life often seems too long to the woman who suf-
component parts are all wholesome. i

t 5yrup.orfEts It acts gently without unpleasant aftereffects.' fers from painful periods. The eternal bearing-

down headache backache leucorrhea nervousness
,
It is wholly free from objectionable substances. ;
dizziness, griping, cramps and similartortures are

i ,i th ,bsst family{ laxative It contains the laxative principles plants.It % r dreadful. To make life worth living, takelYine.of@rd.Uj

:
: contains the carminative principles of plants; *

It contains wholesome aromatic liquids which are'-

'.=, It Is pure. :.?..--.* agreeable and refreshing to the taste. '" Uses Some Plain Terms jn Reference "


".' 'I It Is gentle ( ";:x; *>-,. ? ip* v. KX" ..: : All are pure. to ,Recent Collier
I '
;: : It Is pleasant. : ': >\ '.,1.;' .. 5 All are delicately blended. Libel Suit
''I"I ..;', > .:, '. Woman's Relief
f'I' : !. '' All are skillfully and scientifically compounded. : .; -
: -
It is efficacious. ,-:&\ '<; _>; :
} II \, L' In the last issue of Town Topics It quickly relieves inflammation, purifies and enriches -
Its
value Is due to method of manufacture
; ': It Is not expensive. our !
1 ;> j. i- the blood the constitution and
JI .... ," Col W. D. Mann, the editor makes strengthens
r r and to the and of the
originality
< simplicity
It Is good for children. : I i the following statementA permanently cures all diseased conditions from which

combination.To ..I Statement. weak women suffer.It .
:;:11 i I'' It is excellent for ladies. I am compelled to speak plain
"' get its beneficial effects-buy the genuine. :words.that border on brusqueness. I is matchless, marvelous, reliable.
f... i It Is convenient for business men. !I : This Is because of the jumble ,
: I the mindi of th.3 public of the factseT,2loped
; i i. it!' It Is perfectly safe under all circumstances. Manufactured by !I'I : In the alleged trial of Nor-
"
WMTi US A : SUTFESED GREATLY f
a man Hapgood for libel on the complaint ,
1 It Is used by millions of families the world over. of Jud'ge Deuel.Notwithstanatng freely and frankly, in Mrs. L. E. Qevenger of Bdle-
i the distinct statement den;e,telling! usaII your : N. C.,"at my monthly periods,
-.; It stands highest, as a laxative, with physicians.rill (@FQRNIA EG SYRVP ((9 .I' of District Attorney Jerome. in troubles.' We will send free Teon."I life, but the first bottle of Car-
his l summing-up-"there is not a scin- plain sealed envelope). me wonderful relief,and now
I If you use it you have the best laxative the V tills of evidence that Judge Deuel or diti' Advisory, Dept.,The I better health thaa I have been k

San Francisco, Cal. Colonel Mann blackmailed anyone"It M ildM Co., Chattanooga, long time."

world produces. Louisville, Kr. ,New York N. Y. I sea.appears in their: that conclusions many people regarding are the at r..r: :'_ -"' ...'" ,. t .:. __ ... _.... .,...H'. _. -, .. t

I fOB SALE STALL LEADIXO D3UOOISTS. ;whole,, matter; therefore:
f. r I declare that neither d'rectly nor
4L. indirectly have I ever asked for or t
sought by intimation of insinuation to

v,. ', :. ';"' .w.... tt"'r: ,... ':" ',.., .i"i.. ; S3 =-.t....., tKtWt&V" ,.,.:., -- ...: .. ..:........ .. . : cr secure compensation any sum of of money any sort or any or favor character 4il

from any person,as a consider. A Good Habit to Cultivate
ion:: for kindly paragraphs in Town
--- the of
Topics or for suppression unkind F
'-
I Ir trouble Is that the farmers are largely immediately! ,cabled another $10,000, paragraphs.I .
GREAT FAMINE INJAPAN forced, to the utmost economy to through the State Department at have never received, nor has the i
Town Topics Publishing Company, 5.
pull themselves 'through the year's Washington.
loss?! and can employ no one. What The Rev. Henry Scott Ueffreyt, of nor: has any person acting for ma or Is toOperi a Bank Account
GROWING'the outlook of these sufferers Is from }Toklo: writes to his brother editor Town Topics ever received, any
new till fall can best be ,.imagined. I;fof the Post Telegram, of Camden money or any material favor as a .
"Another village Ichi-hasama. hag a New Jersey: "For God's sake print consideration. for the insertion of any
--- I population of 6,356. Their: average the clippings about the lamina, and paragraph or item, other than a plains.d'vertisement
crop is 8.340 kokn, but this year only get aQ the held you can." The response in the columns ot and then add to it early and often. It

Awful! Suffering in Northern Provinces 185! The number: of destitute people Is generous but the tnagni Town Topics: or for suppression ot gives you a feeling of-security regard-:
is 3,736 (two-thirds of the whole) tude of the nazi to be filled is greater any matter from its columns.
of Mikado's end the amount of miserable food they &tilL list us. to,whom hunger U but If anyone says that these state- ing your finances that you. cannot get
: have on hand is estimated Jto last a name concentrate in a. common impulse ments are not true, he lies: and if I in another way.
them thirteen days. After that-? to send food where starvation's learn of anyone who makes such an
Empire. God only knows!" gnawing grip has become an awful ., assertion, I shall seek him out and Our facilities are exceptionally fine

"The adjoining village is Nagasaki." It Is trite that during the fifteen
the report continues "with a -population reothers are helplessly watching their
and shall be
of build- of modern banking
the work ,
since I began
years
TWENTY THOUSAND DOLLARS of 1,937. producing 4,449 kokuon children waste away before their
the average, bat this year only eyes, amy where privies and daughterswho ing up a bu&Iness-following ruin "lu pleased to have your business.FIRST .
HAS ALREADY BEEN CABLED eighty-two. The number of destitute have 60 lately: laid their all upon my Boudoir Car enterprise, througha
is 1,117, and they have coarse food ''the altar of their country's honor Wall Street conspiracy have of
FOR RELIEF OF STARVING NATIVES to s6ek and have<
occasion
"lt fate teen had:
left for fourteen tlays only. Herewe are now facing a more appalling
FACTS AND FIGURES heard of a woman who had been than death upon the battlefield. often received loans and discounts.: I
five days without food of any kind Every reader wishing to have a share never sought them from any person
:
RELATIVE TO THE AWFUL CONO1T10N8. and at last, for the sake of her starve in this glorious, lifesaving! work, with the idea that he desired any
ing children, she earn3,weeping to the Should forward without delay, a con- favor from Town Topics or that there NATIONAL BANK{
... him whichhe
: village office, only to find there was oK. '. 1 *VJapan", Relief Fund. were any facts concerning
no work and no food. This is the care of The Christian Herald. Bible: did not .wish published; in Us col

condition of all vlllag and county ..l,4'e! 'York:. UIDIlS.A1r. OF.: PENSACOLA. FLA.
The terrible famine which is sweep- houses, so far as I know. Every gift '.will" acknowledged. of the loans that have been
I either abundantly Pre W.K. Hr,.JR.,V.-Pros. and CaiMer.
made to me have been W H.KHO-WXBS
ing over the northeastern privinces otJapa.u Pitiful Scenes. T. W. BRBMT, and W N. BOBBRT. ...... .ea..hl..
coo "In household of thirteen members : secure:J by good collateral or DraOTOB -:r. C. BNA W. A. Blount. W. EL. imovrl, W.. K. BIer, Jr. i
u tar more extensive than was one Ik or halve been
CONSPICUOUS A .BALLROOM.. real estate mortgages D. O. Brent. ;
at first Relieved, and has indeed assumed -] which included four generations n.ade'.bY the lender of his free will

serious proportions.' Tha presentation we found the wretched great-grand* FIakeof D.nd'fn: i the Collar and and his"faith In my'integrity and that
Copyright 1904, by B. L. Singley. mother going through the motion of his loan would be repaid when due.
of the cause in PresidentRoosevelt's Dinner in the Rice Fields During i1 nursing her great-grandchil of two Shoulder. of 'a'Gentleman In If[ >any person asserts that this broad.
moving appeal to the! Prosperous Year. months while the mother was search*I Full Dress. clear and deflnlt: statement Is not
American: people] has deeply touched I ing the nelft for 'roots e.nd'grape.- This Is the thing you quite frequently true, he is an unmitigated liar. ,
tae great heart of our nation and contributions leaves to boil for food. Yet the brave see in the ball-room man'sttiack PublishIng No. 5fO3.C.W.UMAR.

to the Famine Relief Fund give sad glimpses of the situation in mothermet, us later on with smiles!! dress-coat literally covered with Neither I nor TOW had Topics interest President JOHN PFEIFFE! Ass'stint' CitVf' '
are coming from all parts of the the famine districts: and made light of her. misery, '"oandruff. J f v Company ever any
even In connection with the eo-callet U. !.CLARK.Wce-President and Cashier.' I.W. ANDREWS. Ass slant C $Mf.
Union. The practical work of relief In Famine District: as they .D. In the field is progressing rapidly, but "Last week (says one report) Mr. Ui.. H. DeForest also of the Send&i and certainly not'a pleasant thing to SocIety! "America
although the work of caring for the Lamps and I devoted two days to Commitee. writes that the authorities observe. But dandruff can be eradl proposed "*publication for extortion in soliciting THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
l Smart Set
tleatkutd is being taken up in systematic Kurihara County In Miyagi (province'l with thebest Intentions in th world.hav,9 'cated. It is a germ disease that will subscriptions for which one Ahle was
form, there is an appallinglywide on the invitation of Mr. & only been able to arrange for some day cause baldness. arrested and Indictej: ; nor with the OF PCHSACOL FLA.
margin of desperate need.In head official of this county, who said the relief of one Yorker
& communication to the (Japan his section was the worst of sixteen ing In Miyagi! province. destroying germ, and stimulates the New Robert, A Irving, who, as DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES.
Times, a Japanese draws a very in the provincs. At the office he These conditions showing an impending hair to a rich abundant growth; it by James A. Burden, Jreought ..
graphic ands touching picture of conditions showed us the statistics that had been calamity far worse than war does more-keeps the hair soft and alleged to by extort from him $250 for a CAPITAL STOCK, 00000.: SURPLUS, $69,030.

in the famine :provinces. He carefully collected, the gist of whichis or plague are no longer concealed by pliant. cartoon. for which, on complaint of DIRECTORS.
says. : as follows. There are 92.756 people Japan. The reports from our consul;, Furthermore Herpicide Is a most paid Irving was arrested.
The rigorous winter set in much of which 41,541 are on the edge of there which describe a large part of pleasant toilet accessory; of pleasing The Burden only outside or collateral project Henry L. Covlngton, Frank Reilly, F. E. Browner, >
earlier, in real earnest will stay The county's famine odor, and cooling to the scalp. .
and starvation. average the population In the provinces with which either myself or J. M. Pfelffer' W. S. Roxasco C.W. Lamar,
iery much longer. At'present, thousands crop of rica js 16 ,OOO koku, of which as "reduced. to sub'sistance. on, ". For sale by W. A. D"Alembert! Topics has been connected in Bryan Dunwody, T. F. McGourln, J. R. Seunders,
Town
of children and aged folk are they were able to export 50,000 koku, roots of trees, leaves bark and, druggist and apothecary. 121 South in which it had any interest A. M- Avery. w. ".Milton 0. E. Maura,
t face to face with biting cold, and the but this year's crop is only 12,000 acorns," add that "over Calf a million, Palafox street or sem lOc in stamps any;way and, or for which subscription has W. L Cawthon, Dr. W. J. Hannah McKenzie Oertlng,

cruel pangs of hunger.: The scene is koku. or less than ten per cent of a are facing extreme conditions and, Detroit been ,sought from any person, Is Alex McGowln. C. M. Covington, M. E. Clark.
narrowing ,enough even to imagine, normal crop. Of course the result is' must succumb unless help is speedily,I "Fads and Fancies of Representative
bUt it is torture long-drawn misera- widespread, suffering 'which bears, eiven.** These represent the worst Americans: ," a book of which I am Accounts of Banks, IndlvlduaU.Corporatlontand Firms Solicited.
tle death to many of the actors hx it most severely on the poor farmers cases only. I
We know that the authorities In the and village 'people. The following is a translation of a very proud.subscriber to that work has Intimated Four per cent Interval Paid on Tim. Deposits.

three afflicted prefectures are doing "We visited one town and four Til paper issued by the government concerning No to me that he was In any
ell in their power to relieve suffer lages.' We found one village of fifty the famine, with special ref N coerced'' into making his subscription .
r In,. Only Jet them at once have houses. In forty-flTe of which the peal foods" used manner :
.- money or food, and multitudes will pie are In a starving condition. Their, by erence tha to people the :"emergency ,,work or that that be he has is recelvM dissatisfied or ..... ..... ....... .,....'.........N.faN.O.HMI.
!! with the E. W. MENEFEE. Cashier.
escape death from hunger and cold. clothes, beading; tools horses everything On account of the scarcity and expensiveness -I Woe9s5O the execution by Town Topics of its y..s7 REESE, PraHldanL
i CARP Vice-President.
Late reports of the local Relief tbat will bring cash has been of rice, the people of the, contract with him; and I now say thatif : :
iDIt Committee In the three afflicted sold. The able-bodied men' and famine are mixing all &inds of thingsto one of the subscribers: to "Fad: THE PEOPL 'S BANK OF PENSACOLA.
provinosd have been received. These '''women would gladly work; but the the small Quantity of staple I' any Fancies" will come forward and !

L-- products they are able to.acquire. We $ ) adn tell me ''that any kind of .Improper i Director*--U J. R-cv.s, J. >8. Reete. W. CeC. Kessler. R. M. Carr, E
-- Jennings
have: la.tely-made analysis of each pressure was brought upon him to In- W. A. D'Alemberte, T. A. J. J. Hooton. t
;
s ipjeraent&l food with two : SUP-I'I dues his subscription, or that the TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING IS RESPECTFULLY BUSINESS. SOUCITED. :
-= YOUR ACCOUNT er.
the 1. To emergency find out how food much contained; 2. To, 0 Is volume not as which perfect has as been magnificent given to ,him as :.'...................................... .......... .

W determine whether it contained any Oxford T"You eI was promised in the prospectus or the - _.-
'poisonous matter. I terms of his contract I will refund t r
r From annalysls the following was I he paid with Interest '
the amount HILALv Pscatna '!'. Mae tELDMORLNO Aasr Cieersa1L
Old found: I can't combine style and Finally, if there te anyone: who has 11[. HUSHNFLL,Gt.eaves.
1: 'Nara fruit cake; nourishing and wear in low priced Oxfords:. ever paid any money to any person National Bankof
not poisonous. in my employ, or authorized to represent -I Citizens
2. Radish and other leaves; can I I This was the old time idea me or Town Topics as a con Pensao. &. Florid
, but the theory has been exploded : matter other
not ba:! substituted for rice. sideration that some I 01 1C ORS.
C1 3. Radish and other leaves; can- long &:& than regular advertisements shouldbe MorrUB<>.-. 'l'c "Weil*. Kix M.Rol>in. m. L Hilton Green.
8r Wrfg"t.
W.
} Quaker not b? substituted for rice. I I We ask Women to look at inserted In or kept out of Town I Oeo. cfVfiMi' ravfi/vc/ fuswss TRANSACTED
4. Tara root bark foodcontains norourishmenL our handsome and durable Topics, aD:;}'he will now come to me- A f
willing to give a
I I aa an honest man
5. Persimmon cakes; if properly "pquare deal," and who is not a -- .
prepared, are nourishing. coward, should do-and present. to me
- I Two
6. Straw cakes; not nourishing FiftyJ evidence of such blackmailing I will
JeMaaua
1dtV I Rye- 7. Karatoriimo cakes; contain. J first, refund the money out of whichhe N !K.Ca" C.A.FL CC>. sw,r. r

nourishment. i. Oxford TiesThe was bilked; second, I will W over Pro. Wholes..I. and EeUil 0i a mt 19 III
I named by him
charity
In Desperate Straits. !
Serarf thirdly. I will if Domestic, Anthracite
$1,000; Steam, 0 A
I I C L
foregoing what
after The shows to desperate his nama /
i is no guard against
delightfully stimulating- strata the people have been he desires It. and Blacksmith
there-the wear uais -
style Is In any manner
Using- made public South Palafox street Telephone 9S.
driven in their struggle with starva I Offlca No. 43
1 there Is becomes necessary -
is In fact more
effect. tion. Who could withold sympathy there. demanded for l its publ'catlon of criminal proceeding corner Tarragona and Gonzalez Itl' tl. Phones 8 and 372:
wear and style In the course Yard r
"lDtn. in such -pitiful case! the in our Two Fifty Ox- any scoundrel! who
price against
Fermented in cleanliness and perfect On the same day the Presid nt', appeal -I fords than at any other price. I hau* d my name or that of
was made Dr. Louis KJopsch tb<3proprietor may of extortion -
temperature-redistilled in copper- of tha Christ:an Herald,, Patent Colts and Kids. The Town Topics for purposes
feeling the necessity for Immediate I new last and nil the correct D'ALTON MA.'lN.

ripened for in charred oak.. action, in order to avert needless 1 style kinks.: : WILLIAM SHINGLES SASH DOORS, WINDOW GLASS
years of human the be ,
sacrifice life advanced II Come here and convinced for
I. be if sum of $10,000 In behalf of the Famine that $2.50 will buy a good pair Champion Liniment Rheumatlsm.j! BUILDING MATERIAL.,
Youvon't disappointed you Fund which was cabled to the ; of Women's SSoes. Chas. Drake, a mall: carrier
President of ; saysChamberlains H. G. DeSILVAS. CO.
the Japanese Red Cross Phone II.
11nl.
SSBataSJth champion of all
-
!
I it.
1ft insist on havingPhone '' Society in Tokio through the Amentcan I troubled
National Red Cross. Dr. Klopsch nntsTh cast: year was

16. Lewis Bear & Co.. G requested that the nxuwy "be Uexclush'ely ? Boston a great deal with rheumatism in my !..-.--- -
404-408 Palafax St. and 2-10 Main St., After trying several cures --
shoulder-
the most needy
: I3.t among 1 .
recommenderthis
Pensacola, Fla. Shoe Store
,. '. people within th., famine area. ftp atorek4eperhe'e it completely cured Order 'Y'ourICE
/
Adr ices recelv," from tie stewa&r "- mdy and
"
,t--:: : ,Ue.of anyone But and WOOD
--.t
tOt k no COAL
Feb me" :There
Athenian, Ha British: Colutv'na. Fashionable
when
P. 3i2' : ailment
,
that painfUl ,
the blow haifallen fn-fnr from
20th show that
pa.i" ,,_J ruary Ittel'Sq. be obtained for a fx -yaa. The
, =-- '" : I and that hundreds of persons,, thl liniment: can application] give, Ice and Fuel Company.
Including women and children ar.j already small sum. One Consumers'
for
continued use
perishing from starvation ,aggravated prompt'relief and its CtajV and 'Tarragona. Phone 251.THE .
Cd .. I
I a permanent Office-Comer: _
;. D e Ru yterHolland ) Gin by the bitter cold.: On' r* 1\I 1a ishort time sale will by produce all druwstl.
Tot
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_.m! _.. SIX THE PENSACOLA JOUPNAc.., TUESDAY' MORNING I MARCK) 6,1905 .,

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:m U ::' :: .THE PLAGUE

1.SAGE 1 :. LE: \ fJ! cATAIRRII OF
WINTER
I PEOPLE and EVENTS : ,I

I' dreads the return of 1
I : Every Catarrh: sufferer !
,Special to Th: Journal. cold breath of' 'the season this plague of \\ '

I Brent, Mar. 3,-Tha' past week has Miserable symptoms. The nostrils are :
its
I Seen Heard and .
Done
Among Those Who Go Come and \
.. 'b en' typical l diarchy"-weather: fi-un ping of mucus back into the throat keeps: up a <: > :

day was :warm and beautifuL Monday tiJ the patient has dull headaches ringing ?

Tarry Women and Society, Here and Elsewhere! I l lit Tuesday tried to a develop high north a MardI wind Gras waived rain. body sick g,, becomes depressed inflamed feeling, and all the secretes time.an Every I

the
the and drovj
rainy outlook
J
g into the blood: and distributed to all part! of t !
mercury: ,down to the freez'ng;: point :
rlt. V By E. NELLIE; BECK. Telephone 669. 38ssr I by' Wednesday nwra'ng.! Thursday comes constitutional. The catarrhal poison,

.. mOf1lng; spring opened with a fine affects 'the Kidneys and Bladder, attacks the
3viruri \ 1t
41 ; ; vEsrlayof:: Jack Frost. The wind head and if not checked leads to Consumption.'

arose from the south' and stirred up and dangerous cannot be washed out,

: k ( a tropical stanay visitation -On ,Friday washes. inhalations, etc., are useless,.
; VALUABLE DON-TS ISSUED FOR SpraYs
PROTECTION OF CHICAGO The Journal's Daily Fashion Feature H Bottled Goods. the rain poured down by inches, membranes and tissues, while the real cause

2 ''HOUSEHOLDERS. I Our stock of fine goods such and the &accompanyments of: thunder S-S. S. cures Catarrh because it attacks it, ;

Chicago Is a resourceful city. Th re as Olives, Sauces. Sa'ad Dressing sad The galeg-damag.3'were In wholesale will evidence. the circulation and drives out all unhealthy !

_ saTe not enough policemen under pay and extracts are as. good as -- to crops compare magni matter and when this is done every part of the
with a droatli of considerable
4 to protect its residents: and in certain can be obtained Oar prices: forthese ; tud, rich pure blood.!
_ sections the husbands and fathers I low as could 1 : !
goods are as branes aril tissues
The demand for fertilizers
great
4' have bandetf to-gether to form protective be expected A dinner w.ta the Impetus the depressed i
pres nt'suren.: indicates new -
asEociatlona. The.s bodies, these accessories tastes ever so S S S
: ,
in the fields of agrculture every symptom
hire private patrolmen and publish much better.. 0 .
: TJi'a "probably warranted by the the very root of :
., :
.
earnings as to how the flat robber OlIves Relishes: Durk e's SaV .
high prices cf farm proi'ucts.Tto the
and the holdup man may ,be foiled. ad Dressing, Catsup, Lea and PURELY VEGETABLE. enriching
Fertiliser Company
GoulJbig} :: entire
To judge bv a list of "don'ts" Issued P several
been
by> ; the captain of the Sheridan Park Ciili Sauce, Chutnej. Pickles j1ate you have Catarrh do not waste time with,local
bd i w.th: tbnr orders-partly on ac
i: Protective Patrol Chicago must re and write for our,book and medical advice
Chow-Chow, Pure, Km3 Vin'?- count of scarcity of cars in which to any
st-mble teseiged city Here are the'watchman's
a householders: gars.ROSENAUERELD. I forward: the elements of fjrtllity. THE,SWIFT,
warnings
We needs more railroads! but Prof.
} "Don't lat mail accumulate in ves .
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---- --
Allen and I may Dot live to E2e them -
tioule mail boxes Have the janitor '
remove it when you are away, or it ... built and enjoy ,their use, .unless we ....".....O.....+O .......
turn !Into railroad magnates and build
:
_ ft ill serve as a notice to flat workers '
taat out and the coast is them ourselves.The .
you are 11
_ clear. excellent properties of cottols ;- 1

_ "Don't leave directions to jour gro- The Fancy Grocers, meal for fertilizing .purposes has I Globe-
for the yellowdust
such
demand}
c tea ted a
This is
_ cer on the back door. another :
Phone that the price is advancing to
391. Pensacola.
tip to the burglar that you are out."Don't .
.---, I lofty figure! ., Instead of an even dol 1
open the door to any one *
after dark without knowing who it is. I[Jar:', as formerly the iarairs must : :
1 __ _. ___ _.__ half
Call through the tube or ask behind j now shell out about an extra :
*. j dollar for a sack of the standardgrade. I i Bookcases :' I
the locked ;coor '* i 't-c,' Ii: I
b'Lk'n't trust a stranger because he, ,
in wlI.drsed. The immaculate: PIANOS AND ORGANS. i Th'9 is a bar to Its profitable use, .0 i I

l thief is dangerous; the ragged one CASH OR EASY TERMS. i unless* the: prIce of vegetables runs.
i1rp71p ,1!. All Piano Work Guaranteed. I IU, a corresponding pkch
r Ii generally harmless."Don't .JI. : ofd In units and every: one a :
_ ,' Prof Allen tas made a start on his
CLUTTER* HUSHING t
cks.105t: ,
trust the l apart Wherever you add more books :
11 meat locks are to>s; a burglar can 12 EAST GOVERNMENT ST. 1. new school term of four months .: or shelf thus taking care of
PHONE 476. & Two days mtiaton has satisfied J
'jimmy' them in half a minute without -
I i:. 1t Prof. Allen that hs wiu have no .* cost.
loise. Get special bolts.
itI "Don't leave the house without %$ -C $ % j %% q5 ;t- trouble! in mastering the wild children : ;

.1i making sure that all windows a term. i
fastened. Leave; all: curtains: up, with ; i !
i of bedroom This : THOS. MCMILLAN.
poeaible exception Co"t-tre11: .
i : often I fools the 'burslar :
_ They come in antique oak at ?:: ;
"Don't be impolite to a bursar! FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. STILL, A WORKINGMAN. weathered oak and imitation
you find one in the house hit d i Pensacola, Fla. '
tim to take U all and the first chancel S Jobn Barn Remains a Labor Lead !
*l ,- get run to a neignbor! anti caU ths ..' Cabinet Mlnliter. :

the police. who expects to remain until next It is now"the5Right Hon.John Burns, f MARSTON & \
1- "Don't scream in the presence of a winter when Captain Ainsworth ex.
I P. C., M.;P.;; president of the local gov
f' burglar or hold-up man. If he is an and
ptcts to visit his son there bringr "
i' amatuer he may lose his presence; of -r home. ernment board yet be is the same I 108x110 S. Palafox St. Phone 148. '

: I tuiiul and hurt you John Burns who led the great dock

".Don't walk close to a building! Mrs. Edward Steele Jones of New, handlers' strike'and who was Imprisoned ...................-$ ....o. ....

: after dark: give an alley a good mar York and Mrs: Virginia Bland Jack for "obstructing the public high .- .
gin."-New York Post. 1/1.I/ J ways"and insisting the exercise -
( son of Colorado] are in the city' for upon
a two weeks visit, .guests of Miss Lillie of the right of free speech. He is now S------ Fine lot

BEAUTIFUL AFFAIR Taylor. British! cabinet.minister and enjoys a low prices
AT PROGRESS CLUB //i '. salary of $10,000 a year, but be lives as Diamonds to see

: 4 FOR CHARITY Mrs. Van Courtiand and MIss Thawcf simply! and unpretentiously as he did -- J. F.

i i4 The euchre given at the 1"rogreis Pennsylvania: spent Sunday In the when he worked at his trade as an en- ------- .
;rnJL4 Club last night by the Ladies Aid and city .en route to Cuba where they wjll gineer or when he bad to support him. ,

4 Council of Triple Btth-El. was a lone .. join Mr. Van Courtland and a partyof self and hIs family on the 200 raised WRITING
'J} I ly affair and attracted the largest A SIMPLE BLOUSE SUIT. < friends at..Safetiag\ ftjr a threeweek's for him annually by workingmen in order I PLEASING

fi-14 crowd The ,of prizes the were season beautiful 'I The fash'oned) sailor blouse, thatis brays are excellent. for tils style better | cruise. .. that be. might devote himself to Th re'8 nothing quite so good to look ?

'1i von by Mrs. Lizzie- Ros \nau: the blouse shirred all the way I indeed than are the heavy Oxfords Tha friends and5'relatives of Miss I their Interests in the house of commons -

t n4 the first an eh gantlj embroi(6( 'red arounJ into fie belt is a favorite this and madras cloths. The short skirtis M&b3l. l Wilkinsonwho were extremely I aDd !hi the London county council good writing paper. Our Highland. Lotus, '

pillow; Mrs Hirsch of Natchez, .Miss, spring, having to quite some extent replaced shirred full to the band and' finished I anjrfous as .to",her "safety. were no galaxies being paid members of linen papers are the ame of' perfection and ) <
( fformerly Miss Gollstucker of this I! with a deep hem and cluster cf tine greatly relieved tQ learn through The these bodies. Both in England and in ; l
city) the second the Peter Thompson shapes tucks The blouse sags just 'a littlei Journal Sunday morning that she was the United States hare
'ktfi a cut glass bowl; that : men begun at'
have held sway for several .seasons over the be1, and is set into tucked Wilkinson 1s : Ce's :l3oo
and Miss Cashman the booby aa i a safe. Miss B. student in the lowest round of the ladder and ;
; h apron. The picture shows a simple,jet I'I! yoke, outlined with a strip of embroidery. the Medidian. Miss, Female! Coll g> risen to eminence in the business or professional "h... 235. _213 South ".

r' A delightful supper was served after excellent model l for any one of the The cuffs of the full sleeves! are which is situated northwest of that world and then hare had office

l the euchr,? and the remainder of shops many attractive showing wash fabrics that the I I also of enibroidery. as is the narrow city over a mile out of the track of thrust upon them 'or have threat ___._ __ d'1
are The checked n
the evening was devoted to dancing, tiny neckband The blouse closes In the toe storm that swept 'awa.y the principal -
themselves into the offices. Bat that Is
au orchestra ginghams and plain linens and charu back with a fly. ibuslness vortxm of Meridian I is' -
furnishing; excellent I I ilC so far as success measured b y
I not the way John Burns came to enter
mus'c: throughout the night. Saturday morningd j jMr. financial standing. He is just a plain
The .' the British cabinet He Is neither a
tall
:. (decorated a iarga room Japanese was Lrautifullj umbrella are to be congratulated upon the gr tsuc'ess She passed away Sunday evening. Albert T. Mcuaniel who spent merchant prince a captain of Industry, worklngman today, _and to emphasizethe ;
achieved They are Mrs. Her father, and her brother .Mr. W business a king of finance fact that in rising to power in the
:. was suspended under the central last week in thjs city on left a corporation lawyernor
Max Kahn. president.of the :UUiC6'Aid J. Hutchinson government by the votes of workingmen -
; chandelier and Jap lanterns were suspended of Huntsville were Sunday morning .for Tampa. even a successful politician in the
; Mrs, Lep. :\Ie 'er, president of both with her when the final *' he his not adopted any of the traditions
from each: point while Ian message ordinary. : acceptation of that term. Heronx
the Council; Mrs. Louis Friedman, called her awa,". associated with aristocracy he
terns anal flags wre tastefully dis- Tha Foreign Missionary Society ol .. -
Vosed wherever available. Mrs. Sol. Calm, Mrs. P. Stone and Mrs. Street's body -will be interred the Gadsafen!' M. E. church will meetin wears his blue serge snit at state din

; The committee of ladies in charge N rs. Alfred Moog. temporarily at Hurtsboro, but, later the church this afternoon at 3:30: ners when others are in conventional

will be brought to this city and laid o'clock. evening dress and he even wore it
--- JUVENILE MISSIONARIES I beside other niembers of the' family. *' when he went to Buckingham palace to

ffl 'I TO MEET WITH MRS. NOBLES. -+- A host of friends regretted Mrs be ,
sworn in ae" a member of the king'sprivy
The members of the Juvenile! Mrs. G. :M. Gentry of Bluff SpringsIs Charles B. Parkhill's departure forborne
council and to kiss the
I Foreign i :Missionary! Society of the visiting her son. .Mr. E. C. Gentryat aft 'r only a week In Pensacolaand royal
Gadsd: n. M. l:. church are all invited' 1505 hand on acceptance of the office of
: North
Davis for'
a fewsajs.: Master Joe's boy and girl friendsthink
I '7I I I to spend Wednesday afternoon from it "just a shame to KO and I've' president of the local government

Lenten I,I 14 until 6 o'clock with :Mrs. L. E. Miss Eva Muller has returned froma over In old Tallahassee instead of our board. On this occasion the king addressed .

I Nobles at her home on Ninth avenue. month's visit in :Mobile Ala., ant.' nice; city." him with especial cordialityand
1 I where the mite boxes will be opened Scranton, Miss. told him his objection to wearingcourt : NO LONG

r II I 180 that the last payment can be madeon ,Mrs. J. B. Hogeboom of Ayoock, ,,, costume need never prevent him

the salary of Mi s'Jennie tStradley. nssRitta Borras has returnen Fla., who has been visiting relativesin 'I from obeying commands to court enter
I the missionary supported by the chilien from an extended :visit in N w Orleans th? city returned home Sunday. tainments. if
and young 'peopla of the Alabirua and Mobile send our
v
; Burns is the first workingman member
I Conference. Mrs. E. Gardner of Chicago who has across with
of the British cabinet and the -
Specialties Those who' do not hold mite boxes :)fr. Henry Yonge and daughter! bean visiting relatives in the city the, position ; and the
I '
I n>aj' go prepared to make a voluntary Aliss Nanni(!: of San :Antonio, Tex., p offering to this worthy cause. are expected to arrive in the city to-, S. 4*' of the great work he has aecompllshedtn -: stock, our

I morrow on a visit to his sister Mrs.: Mr. and :Mrs: W. RIHughes and behalf of the wage earnIng I
SUNDAY BAY PARTY A. B. McDavid aaai l family. I two children of Barboursille.. KyM S., S classes. At forty-seven he still' ]

z We have a specially FOR LOUISVILLE GUESTS.A I are guests at Miss Morrison's 24 East 5e- works twelve hours a day, though he ;

selected stock of choice bay party in the "Reba" was Miss Kathleen Hutthinson. who was I Romana. Mr. and Mrs. Hughes will advocates an eight hour day for others. .

poods for Lent. Some. of given Sunday for some Louisville. visiting friends in Ns-w; Orleans, returned be pleasantly remembered as among His hair and beard are gray bat The

them are; Kj., visitors en route home from last evening, called home bv thg charming Kentuckians who spent they have been since be was thirty,
-i; New Orleans. the death of her sister Mrs.. ,Streetin last winter! here. owing to the strennous experiences he I : : :
The visitors wera :Mr. and Mrs Hurtsboro.! Ala.
went through in the battle for the .:
Rattennan.. :Miss Komp, and Miss There's only one way to give desserts
SALT FISH ROE !
JI'tT'ItnK.: p. rights of his class. He has
Tepe of Louisville, and Mr. Wmcfankof Mrs H. S. Ainsworth who has spent the "Blue Ribbon Flavor." Ask grown I !

8A& MACKERAL. kj : Kan. I the winter with berparents Captainand for Blue Ribbon Vanilla and say, it Isnoti0ne_ of the "successful men".. at somewhat more conservative with Ready at !
Mrs\ years, and some of his colleagues
The local members of the party I George Ainsworth. leaves plain. now to any :
j SALT POMPANO: >ere Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Dunham, to-night for her home in Caliaforma, denounce him as an apostate. every

Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Commyns, Mr. and to the regret of her Pensacola friends. STRONG AS STEEL and polite :

POTOMAC ROE HERRING, Mrs. Uack >Brandon, Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Ainsworth will be accompaniedb A Gentle Hint.He ., The Kind of ,Nerves That Can DoS George K.

t.. KIPPERED HERRING, Daniel Jones. Mr. and :Mrs. James her sister Miss Annie AinsworthMEN'S Things. Damon Lodge K. of P. '

,, White, Mr. and :Mrs. John 'Massey, ..... A young athlete writes concerning
SMOKED SPRATS Mr. Marko White, Miss Mamie Santo -- -- the method by which he acquired Damon Lodge: No. 13, K. of P.

: t Miss Louise Commyns, Miss Bertie st(1ady'nerves, and also of some good meets tonight with work In third
CANNED SALMON, Dunham. and 'Miss Josie Griffin. missionary work he has done: rank on three candidates. The famous (
The morning was spent at the life "About he senatorial team will upon this occasion >
a year 'my
ago says
LOBSTER BUSINESS
CANNED
the lantern 604 606
present ,
'!saving station where the visitors nerves began to grow unsteady and I new views :
were delighted with everything and J act. All Pythians are cordiallc JLavU-
CANNED SHRIMP, ( found myself troub1ed'with sleepless.
enthus'astically! carried some c! the I II ed..
ness. I set an enquiry on foot, and V. J.
CROMARTY BLOATERS.Send i white sand of tha beach and!
snow I LUNCHESA j became convinced that the' coffee I :
various shells home as souvenirs of
i \ drank was the cause of the trouble I
the happy 'oay' j I and determined to quit it right there. Strictly B..l..... THE ) !

us jour order by In the afternoon they were all entertained -! 'great many of our best ( -- "So I got; a package of Postum Food "May I ask If I am in the market fora .

phone or messenger andit aboard the United State i business men lunch- here regu Coffee and other and I prepared it. bid for your affections asked the
will be filled as battleship Texas by Mr.. O'Donnell! We' did not boil it Halibut
long
SIn larly. They like the food and enough the youth who did"everything in a businesslike
c promptly as if you were and }lr. Rowe first time and of : :
the way we treat them. were not much impress. way. 50 kits;
t on the spot jourself. the evening after reaching the I I :. ed by it The second time however
city the entire ,party were entertainedat There Isn't a better place in 7Li..,.; "You must go to par before I can kit.SO
town to entertain a customer, we followed the directions carefullyand take kite
stock in
supper by :Mr. and Mrs (John Maa- any your offer answeredthe
ssy.: and many a good-s'zed! deal has were'more than pleased with the dutiful broker's daugbter.Baltj.. 50') kits
-C been consummated over the cof. result 60 kltg of
The Louisville guests left at noon more American."I .
"I can sleep like a log since |L2i per I
Monday for home. fee, chocolate or cream In our now, I
handsome refreshment parlor.Merchant's am using Postum. my nerves are as Bloaters.
Mr. Wlnefank is still in the city.:I A ee.U11 .t....
strong 'as steel. and Codflsn.
-+- I : lunches 12 to my muscles,
3:30 Coffee. Sc. which used to tire easily, are hard and should like to contribute more German
Sol Oahn & CO. MRS. W. S. STREET I p m.. 3&c. :
<
:
I Fset
than I do to
HAS PASSED AWAY. Chocolate with ,cakes, lOc. Ice enduring as iron. Heavy athletics no conversation. said young Pigs

I Cream, 10e.Kandy I onger give me pain In the side and Mr. Muddle. I Manewxl ;
The sad news of Mrs. W. S. Street's! chest as formerly"I "Tour mere presence contributes {I National

F The Pure Food Store, death was received yesterday by Per.J I (;;" 1' .' have brough our whole family to use something" replied Miss. Cayenne. I i', per pound.

sacola relatives. I'' t S., I .JI' it. and it has done every one of them "Conversation you know is largely i!, We :
Mrs. Street was a daughter of Capt. ( C good. My father has found his asthma made up of polite} nothings.Wash. t Coffee ; ]

: $outh..1 Ctrner Palates and UtendeacU W. H. Hutchinson of' this city where I -' .. .. almost entirely relieved since he ington Star. !: Co, H. P. 3 :!

she has many friends: and relatives sate; up ,coffee and began to drink I Oaxaca. !
1178 who will be grievea1( to learn of her I Kitchen Cafe, You ought to have something Potnm.ame given by PoatumOe., lb: ; ;
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lb.Strictly
Phones1 I 460 passing away, though the news was round yocr throat to protect it trots the: Eattle CreekIkh.: Old Rio. 20c

pot wholly unexpected, as Captain 104 S.PaUfox. Phone 999 !ratu. S v there's. a reason Read ;the little: newspapers for !' :

Hutchinson wa* called to her bedsideIn Sue-Yes, a diamond and pvarl l Ct.1 l book -''h Road to Vellville," in as any ]
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I THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, TU EfrD, AV *O R N t NG, MARCH. gOS PAGE SEVEN

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., FOR SALE CHEAP FOR SALE !, FOR SALE- .



The; Real Advantages of $1400-7 lots on Park avenue fronting. _-? :-:.. .- 10 acres on hard C'.road* 'near Oakn. ld HOOTON & WATSON.Successors -

south, 1 block from car line. > \-': ,; 'per. acre.. .. .. .. .... .. .. ...$50
$1200-100 feet fronting north on Con- VDes5ratle 1 S *, to Thos. C. Watson 6 Co.

za'ez street by 120 feet close .: / Cottage at Flsherville. .. ...$1200

to Palafox. :. C Leading Real' Estate Rental and Insurance Agency
$1500-Modern 5 room cottage. East 'i,' : it .' 1201 N. Davis St. 2 story 8 room, on ,

Buying a Home Cervantes gas bath. etc. : TwoStoryBrick ( ., ,car lIne.. .. .*. CS... ... .......$2000

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8 room 2 story elegant home on List of Desirable for

LESLIE E. BROOKS Building East Hll!.. .. *.. SC.... .. .....$4500 Property Sale.


rather than rent'ng are maney. It helps you to, save 2M 1-2 S. Palafox St. Phone 162. 6 room cottage 5' lots North Hill, Two story,brick building, centrally located. /just off of Palafox

and urges you to save regularly. It, gives you the 'Worth the money .. .. ....$2750 street. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...... .... .... .. .. .. .. ..$1:>>,500.00
va ue
of the property at the end of the term Of years required Palafox Street between Seven dwell'ngs. and a store and dwelling building with nearly ha f

to pay for it so' that all rent stops forever after that Intendencia 4 W. LaRua, car line., .. ....$500 a block of ground; splend.dly situated on a corner. A bargain

time. It prompts you too. to take an interest Jn t-hehome REAL ESTATE Romana and at.-.. ........ .. .. .. .... ... .. .. ..6300.0
and Improve and keep It healthful. You will streets. 6 room cottage 2 lots East H11 on One of the most desirable building lots on North Hill on a corner

by the operation as well as comfort and self-respect.gain money 30,000 acres wood lands '15 to 25 car line. ,. .. .. .. .. .. ..$1750 fronting south near car l'ne 100 by l5fYfeet.$3,100.00

Tnere really no reason,why you should miles of Pensacola; cheap for cash MUST*BE SOLD AT ONCE I CS Two story new dwelling on corner lot 60 by 125 feet on North

can buy property on easy payments. rent when you and quick sale; a'so city property for 4 room cottage E. LaRua....$l100Sa Hill. .. .. .... .. .. ........ .... .. ... .. .. ....$3,150 00
.. sale and rent. :We want your real: apply tocDavd41yer C A desirable and very comfortable one story six room dwell'ng with

estate to rent or sell on .beat terms: For particulars New cottage, 3 lots East Hill $2100 all modern conveniences, on the car line. West. Gregory Street, lot

for good servce.: -S S S 80 by 144. .. ... .. .. ........ .... .... .. .. .. ....$3,00000
3 room house. near depot.. $650 North half of block 67, New City Tract; 10 lots by 137 ft 6 inches each:
Company a beautiful locat'on overlooking the bay; only one block from car

Pensacola Investment H. T. CRAWfORD 2 blocks in W. King Tract..$1&00 line.. .... .. .. ._ .... ...... .... .... .. .. ...... .$2,000.00
Company Agents New York -, : .J. Six room story and. half dwelling with two acres of ground in western

315 J'z South Palafox street; 17 lots N. R- R. St.. .. .. ..$1230 suburbs. .. .. .. ...... .... .... .. .. .. ..,.$1,200.00
a. II. D'AtEMBERTf, City Manager. Life Insurance Company. S S Two story dwellng! on East DeLeon with enough vacant ground. for

8 E. Government Street Half. block overlooking Bayou $16 0 two 'small cotta'gea. ... ............ .... .. .. ....... ..$850.00 a
W. H. KNOWLES. President.j. lt. I. SIMrsov! Secretary. For Sale Phone 7CO.; Pensacola Fla. Those having property desiring to sull sam, would find it to the.r

.L STILLMAN V.-Prej. awl Gen. 40x120:! B Zarragoasa St... in our hands have
Manager KKOWLES HYER Treasurer. $850 I advantage to place same as we disposed of about
--- -- ------ -- $300,000) worth in the last 60 days. If you have funds to loan,

tfael Estate, Loans, General Investments. : FOR SALE-A. R BIngham has: a 12 room house near Palafox; sp'en- consult us. If you desire in agent to collect your rents; or want

good team of mules for sale. See Lauds did bargain cost $6000.$3150 fire Insurance; or, if you want to buy a pIece of property and Jon't
South Palafox Timber
215 Street Pensacola? Florida. them on hLs new float f b2llESTAUR.T i Know who owns same. consult. us.

1&f____ :O: .J.'Z--"d"y: ; FOR -__J3 The 4 corner lots New City.. ..$1000.
restaurant and coffee saloon knownas *
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-- White's at No 224 South Palafox

MOVER'S GROCERY STORE AND MEAT MARKET, street. Must be Sold at once. For I''Fer Sale L S. BROWN & CO.. HOOTON; & WATSON ,

Corner Government and Alcaniz Streets. Pho:-:e 713.w.tern 'full particulars Apply to Hooton &. ,

; and Native Meats of the finest quality. Eeryth.ns 'that is I Watson a-lms real l e';tate and insuranc Theisen Building.!

kept n j first-class market. :I. agents. 4mch3ts J PHONE 54. 34 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET. )
-4'' xmnds Grau'ated Sugar. $1.00. 20 pounds of Nice. Clean -

$10.; l-ancy Country Syrup 35c per gallon. Honey In th2 comb FOR SALE OR P.ENT-CO acre farm; We havp thenu .,Several splendid. Board and Rooms ,S.J11iuuTTEffI_
tra' of Honey. Give me a call. I will show you how to save money.A. .mC"j I 5 miles from city en Brent road: ; 7 large and small turpentine locations ._ -

McD. MOYER. Phone room .hquss,. all fenced in; I 5 fields; 2 Saw MPis and 'Sawnilll locations NICELY FURNISHED front room
story barn. good: water, mail box on MiscellaneousMRS.
Sunk exeeien..bargains!! In large
---- -'- wifo or without board 401 W. Chase FOR SALE-
the 'and ,Address "Farm, care and small traits ot. round and boxed ,
( 6mar2w
HLLP WANTED I Wanted JournaL 13febl\\* timber lands. '
H. S. CHUNN will
Large tracts ,Mississippi! Delta FOR RENT-One double furn shed in receive pupils
: \NTED: Bright colored boy about FOR SALE-. For .a few days only. 2 and Haidnood land room suItable! : for light 'house kepins. 321 N. shorthand at her residence,
: 14 10 make himself generally useful. POSITION WANTED-.-Yo-n? lady de-, lots opp s te the Haserman rsdsnce. Splendid a 1&. ot'valuable propertyand Apply 1000 E. DtSoto Imarlw month In Barcelona advance.St, Terms, $500 a .
siTes "Ad 4mchlmo.
posit oa as steroerapher. New. City. $62500 Fine
loci-
. Kauffmann. corner Romana and Pala fine location: for a Coony: or Stock
Gmarlw dress D. B., care Journal. Imarlw* t:03 for a hoa.Apply B. F. Wore; /arm I& Soata: East Georgia FOR RENT-Nswly furn'shed rooms We are offering all or any portionof TO U. S. LIFE SAVING STATION
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:. lox WANTED-ReMab'e man Is opeiTfor: tlzen's Banl\. ISfeblia Some of the choicest residence for rent very reasonsonable. Apply the following described propertyfor t AND RETURN-The launch Le-

: VAMED -Thoroughly respectable a position circularfiler places! Ithe! b a1mul'I:1tI&. : city of 20 W. Romana. Imarlw sale (easy: terms) for the next Clair leaves Palafox.street. wharf 9 a.
as millwright, \
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white nurse for two children. As- ;:)Al.& .a.:: > f.q uiwk lae* DcFuniak springs Ha.: and in Milton.Fl m. daily. Fare round trip 25 cents.
and hammer. Reference furnished. Tract NO :3' 'Per WANTED few boarders at 212 W. thirty days: I
: l'sl in chamber work. $12.00 per CSti cast $t>> i I Special rates to parties. Pavilion

. jaonth Capt. Stephens. Fort iFackensmch4 .. ( Address H, care Journal Imarlw*I I I \l ply to A.' M :\ldl. 'a.-;; ('..- irt H ...uI .-,'j Our prices and ttrms'are reasonable i Gregory.and New on car house line.good IGfeblm neighborhood No. 406. No. 408. :2 houses. West phone 6,.j C. IL Burton, Manager.

: -2ts. rents for $11. mch41m
_ _ _ Jackson St., $1200
WANTED-You to use Corno Hen FOR. SALE:.-Nice. clean old ;; Cal on or write ,to. us NICE FURNISHED ROOMS for rent MAVFRESSES.-'Wbolesale
new- and
North A. retail
: \\.'\:-' ED- lan cook. Apply 227 E. No. 501 No. 503. 2 houses.
Infndencia St.VAN7EDFtrst. mch4 w. Feed. Ths: makes your hens lay: pers at tire cents'a bundle. This ot Newly furnished, clean anj nice, rents for $10. I, manufacturers and dealers h
: __u.u.__ .__ an* fattens, teem Try' It. For sale nee near postoffice. Apply at 1284 E. St. $1000. 'cottonS moss and E. &; C. mattresses '-
: \ : class lay stenographer I by The ewis Bear Co. 7fcJ TURNER AYMARD Government street, Mrs. B. M. Trainer. NO. 322. No. 324, 2 (houses East and bad springs. Second hand furnliture
,\Unnl0 lLEi-1:: am ag ni for the : rents for $U.Na .
Address in own handwriting; WANTED-Ev!rybcdj In Pensacola, 7&nlm.OlJ Chase St., $1250. bought and sold. Upholsterint

.. with references, Office Work Care to know that the Y. M. C. A bui'd-! I t Pope Mfjj) )Co.,an 3 can bell you auto 01.. at five cents a bundle :. 603, No. 506 :2 houses corner'and repairing 'done. Old mattresse
from $500.00 They less than newspapers -
up tost
renovated ticks
Journal.. 4 men ing was bu;it. of ,brick mad by th Real Estate ani this omce. They are all"clean Chase St.. and 10th avenue. $1200 I ; new furnished If de< -
1 horses to keep np .They can be run at sired. 114 B. Belmont St, city.
f TELEGRAPHY TAUGHT-Thorough- Pensacola Brick Co., and th y'are prepared in sand or anywhere. a..horse can go. Abstract Company, and nice. rents for 1250. Phone 771. Davis Mfg., Co. C. T. Davis -
I iby an operator of 18 years exper.etce. .- ,to furnish you J. S: Walton,1
Leslie! S. Brooks. .. No. 315. 1 house. East Lee street, Mgr.NO'rIC&I. .
. Only school in Florida so Mgr. feb _. P, 0, Box 1 115. DsFdajatSpris I *:, FhrlJi BAY Hf'TEL.-open night and day. $650, rents for $7.50. I
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taught :2a! young men and wom n FOR \LE-One 25-11: T boiIerand! ( European plan. Rooms light and. offer my services as surveyor -
I santed by us to learn Telegraphy to II WANTED-We want your orders for. en'gine; 'portab'e! boiler !on wheeTs; clean. Transient trade solicited.i No. 324. 1 house East Intendencia i locatng: homesteads for the
1907 Art Calendars Over 300 original boi'er' _- ..L- S. PalatoL Jis. S. Nlcolau. 650. rents for $6.No. .
nil positions we have Typewriting, ena ner tfr in: running order. 575-579 people of western counties of Florida.
penmanship and spelling free. Write designs to select from.: All Also 2 tog carts complete ready for 'ForIS.e.FOR Prop. 312.1' house and store, East Gar- Address W. J. Stephens Sr., LockI -
prices. Mayes Printing Co. Pensacola. :
for low rat 05 Florida Telegraph, service For terms apply to Jas..Mo den. $800. rents for $9. I I hart Ala. 16feblm.

School, 46 \V Bay, Jacksonville Fin.marlil.. 16fGb,1 Voy & Co., Cantonenunt Fla., SALE.-10 room house. corner
FOR RENTFOR 1 house, North Alcaniz street, $750.: a ROPKE has Just opened a but h"r
I WANTED.-The public to know that 23feblm. lot. 3 blocks from" Palafox lot 96x shop and
rents for $6. j grocery store corner Da-
old 'newspapers can be' ,bought at 192 on car line.;!'or. particulars in I .
I vis
and Brainard Sts. Your
WANTED 16 or 18 year old co'ored FOR SALE-700 feet seCond hand pVnn
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this office for five cents a bundle. They IVt quire of Standariffipjothing! !' O91an RENT.-Cottage on Say Shore, 1 house, corner 6. and Belmont St., solic'ted. Satisfaction .
grl: wanted at once yj do house-.I Inch galranfzed! pip ,. in 20footlengths age gn 3
work. A-ppl'y'at 913 N Palafox."3maf are all clean,and nce! ., "Adatess P. 0.. Box. A.1. City FOR 'SALE-24 houses;. ,2 bugges: ; 2 electric car line; furnished $33 unfurnished $750 rents for $6. I teed. Phone 915. Imar)ro-

feb24) wagons and,.hartess, also'surrsy. A $25 from May 1st or earlierif We have the exclusive agency for ,
WANTED.-Eiectri( work of eti k'nd.L : WATTS AND COLES-Contractor
WANTED-Cook. on.'ho ulll re bargain :Apply to"Mrs. F. *B Radclitfe. d sired. L. S. Brown &' Co. 6mar the sale of this property. If you wantto builders. Estimates ;
main on premises preferred: Apply I t us ctean ycurfuns!:, resairour FOR SALE-My property 416 E. Brained -. 809 N.. Alcantz St. 4mch1w; buy come and see us. and on all kina i'of
First National Bank. Imtl dycamo. Ivi jour wiring etc. Paons St., consisting of, four lots .40x50 FOR RENT-Two story residence building and repair work. Sati- 1

., 1570. Pen.;:acola- Elctri4 Co.. 2C5, S.vANTED .feet; .a two.;story dwell'ng' containins ". FRESH GARDEN'1SEED6-All kindsof L with all modern conveniences corner faction guranteed. Phone 1208.:! offic 1 -
WANTED. -Address of physician who' Bayl'n. 6 rooms ;\tall' ways, bath room strictly fresh?'farm. and, garden I I Spring and Strong Sta. Apply C. 208 N. Reus. 28feblm* j.
desires good location. Box 19 Car- dn seeds at reasonable .prlO B.. Also 9feb. and
To closets,and pantry car Une; will] H. Turner. CARRIAGES repaired repainted.
\ Joan: money on your! j
rabelle. Fla mar3t sell property! for fruit and nut trees. Banks Bros.I Floats built to order Horse shoeing
entire $3000 00.: EL.
and ef J
watches,. jewelry personal 1
Chlp'ey. Fla. 25feblm FOR RENT.-Elegant 2-story 8-room .
Reese : J. G. Welsh Carriage
I specialty.
22fet a -
TED-First-clais laundress to do fects. Highest'ca h price for old gold I cottage at 318 West Belmont St. Apply -

family wash. Two adults and two and si'ver.! Ugntman. &.' Klein,'106 E. JUST'.RECEIVED-Large snipment of EGGS for hatching. from..carefully: I to Walker Ingraham at Star Laun Chipley Hyer Co. _ 27f;b
children $10 per month and cartage wright Phone 1127.WANTED. imported Olive Oil. Retail"by" pint, manted bens Strjctly thoroughbredfowls I dry. 25Jan & HACK No 12-Always ready with good j
Capt Stephens Fort Pi kens. mch4-:2t: gallon or larger quantity. G, Morasso and I guarantee" a good hatch. reliable driver. C. H. Taylor pro
-_ I .-iA. R. Bingham wants & Co,' ship chandlers ana TOe Stock for sale at reasonable prices.I FOR RENT.-Elegant two story storeroom prietor. Phone 1236. Hackman's Exchange .
grocers (
WANTED--Co'ored: hou'e. girl. Apply your moving and hauling He guarantees South Palafox.; Barred Pymouth! Rocks. White Ply' In new Star Laundry building :Phone: 185. 20feblm
217 North Cevellos St. Imar! I all breakage. Phone C30 4octFOR mouth Rocks and S. C. Brown Leghorns 'I, E Garden street Apply Walker In- 12 E, Government St. -;; -
SALE-The Lewis Bear :Co'are i ; $1.00 per setting of 15 eggs or graham Star Laundry. 22dec. VIAVI-The patrons of the "Viavl j
WANTED Thre short goods sollcitora. SECOND HAND CLOTHING WANTED agents for the famous Canto Hen $5 00 a hundred fo incubator eggs. I Treatment" are cord'ally'! invited to t

Solomon! Furnture.! Co. 8feb -Highest price paid for gent's Feed. Finest thing in the world to I 'have 500 half gallon cans fancy Florida .. A. R. BINGHAM has storage room for to Loan. call at Hotel Southern Mondays and I'
---+-- I clothing cnlv. Also siI second hand make henS lay. Keeps' 'em in good Syrup. Will deliver at 50c,per gal., rent suitable for furniture or other Money Frklays from 2 to C p. m.. where they' 1
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WANTED-Manager for branch officewe goods No 9 E. Intendencia. condition too. 7feti I Ion. Addrets Plymouth Rock Pou1-. goods.: 104 and 106 South Tarragona can meet the representative, Mrs. H. f
wish to locate here in Pensacola. 1027. llfeblm
SOnov MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody bor P. Booth. Phone
try Farm, J. J. Pope, Prop., Bristol,, St. Phone 630: : I
Address.' with reference The Morris WANTED.-All kinds ,of electrical FOR SAU1-Large horses and mu'es! ,,, Fla 24feblm rows money from Jno. A. Hall & SHIP CHANDLERS-McKinzie Cert- {.

holeia'e House. CIncInnati. Ohio. work. I sell all kinds of electrical for turpentine operators and logmen. Co., 16 E. Government stre t. When ing & Co. wholesale and retail ship i
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Cfeblm* batteries ani other electrical supplies. We guarantee satisfact:,on. Address i FOR SALE-3 acres lanl on Town I I LOST in need call on us. 9fablm chandlers and grocers only first-class

-- ---- -..- When you need me ring 345 or 955. Waterman &: Co.. O. 'G. Cobb.. manager .. pont: opposite c'ty,near marine ways. MONEY LOANED on all kinds of personal : .,, house of kind In city fair prices to all. l'.; --
E. W. Peake. new Star Laundry build- ChJpley. Fa. 23.tblm. $300 cash; deep water frontage. Address -,
WANTED'ft E Garden' ISdee Land. care Journal. 10 Vo property on short notice.) Corno Hen feed will make your:
ins?. LOST, -Black water spaniel dog I
FOR SALE-Barred Pymouhjlocicockere'a feet and breast. Terms easy. J. B. Gray & Co.. 2V.. hens lay and keep them In a healthy :
k .-Real Estat for sale or ready fo ; FOR SALE-A patent right for Flor- white on nose Romana. Phone 1165. Ifeb Try It. For sale by the
' .WANTED : :: lard 1153 tlJ j jS Wears co'lar named "Rex." Rewardfor _ condition.
\ I II
. =\NTEI>_Position as bookkeeper or rent, lease exchange. Your business : ? ; la e.gs' $1:50;, thirty '$!.5Q. Mrs. Ida. Good ser.er.There is money return to Lesl'e! E. Brooks. 5z4 ONEY To"LOAN..-On real estaU or Lewis Bear Co. 11eb'CUT '
Patent Journal
any offic *work also first class I t solicited. ,J. A. VH 'In this. Address .
. respectfully Uzzle,B.. Hughes .C" pIer, Ha: offle.' 4mchlw Gui lemard or Faber Building. It I other sufficient security by applj- FLOWERS Orders promptly
salesman .
No objection to leaving, 22 W Go\r. '
son. Real Estate Agent. % Hlebltn, : .' log to Thos. Pebley cor. Palafox and
;, citj. Address B. K. Journal office. ernment atr.et, Room 7, Sali bary: TYPEWRITERS-All., new and LOST STRAYED' OR STOLEN :i Romana. up stairs 17not-m. 'filled for rose, carnations flower,
of kinds. Miss Bertie
: 4mar2t FOR SALE--new plaao cirap; :'A-: and designs all
building. Phone 11%. 23 nFor' sale and white 'spotted cow with leather
for rrnL and
dress :Pi no/' care Journal f< 24 second hand. MONEY TO LEND-On- good real estate Smith. 616 N. Barcelona. Phone 651.:
W\XTE ntributions for the Or. Phone 380. T. B.: Bruce, 28 R. Govern- strap on horns. Right horn defective. security or on good collateral,

phans Home. Money, clothes eat FOR. ., SALK-HmpioyM: ind unj-nprif-; ,ment. 2mar Reward for return to 1302 E. Gonzalez. at lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks. TAILORING L. Diamond, Tailor.Cents' 1
Sale 4mch.jJ5TA clothing cleaned pressed
abl s. etc received Notify Mrs. Win el pr:ipertv In all p itsef the e ty.- street. Fisher building. 21Jan! and
Fisher president; or Mr. N. McK. J. A. W.on'& Co* Reai-5 : cocker Sparriel pups. Apply W. T. I MONEY LOANED on all kinds of personal West Government St., Pensacola Fla
Sal. ,
Ocmng mch4 Room 7. abury build 1
secretary. ng P
EGG-3-Received dally Hne Suitable reward for return
FRESH YARD short
W'11 an>s. Terminal Go's .iIce.I : i postoffice. property on notice.Terms Idee.J. 131
i XTEIThe public to know that and every egg guaranteed: ; 25 cental,i I 172. hjal1 I 1 :iirar4t! I to V. Hoist &: Co. Baylen street wharf,, easy. J. W Bullard. upstairs -
DavIs" -' '- I saloon3mar, : H. PORTER ullmnker. 716 Sout. !
M.VUson, corner
C. Danheioser's St. -
Phone 1144
dozen. Palafox
can do all kinds of repairIng street.n.Phone 620. FOR S.LEiCO will buy twc 1 PORCH CURT A ISS-BeUer--u.an, or I 2SI& South 6DOT Palafox street. Orders taken foi

float! building, horse shoeing etc. J. and 4mar3w Lloyd I blocks of land, and a new. six root! l' awnings Halt the price; keeps out LOST Near postoffice, bunch of keys tents awnings, camp stools and bout
G. Welsh Carriage Co. 27feb, house on littl bayou b' twc en Ga-1' the sun lets in the air. STS!fzea. contain'ng one postoffice key and UNLIMITED amount or money to loan cots. etc. Prices reasonable. 31jaa 1

I KODKEIt3., Kauffman's FOR SALE-Fine lot of juniper posts den and Chase Sts A. j"od in"-e't". Orders ""being booked for April 1 de-.various other keys. Return for re oa all kinds of personal property
I for get prices and cypress &htn 'es (1i4 inch bu'ts) ment ,or a bcautfu h 'ue F'r par" livery Postal, Box 483 or phone 485 ward.. W. L. Morgan & Bro. 2marlw special rates to business men on large i -
developing and; finishing. Best material Jol ll bcuars addres! C. E Fre..- an BOJ 1 Smarlw I .oans. The New York Loan Co., 204% STEAMBOAT SCHEDULE
. and oaeapest in city. Mall orders re'ele -] and other tai'ding 556 City. 28fe brings sam les. _ LOST-A petition containing number I II outh Pal&fox.
Wharf. Cmarlw )>lw .
prompt attention. Romana and Frater, Baylen: Street: FOR SALE.-Nice. clean newspapers of signatures of value to no one but' STEAMER CAPT. FRITZ. J. X
l'alafox Sts. 20feb. FOR SALE-One fine extension! for return to Journal. Rogers master. Passengers nni(
(FOR RENT-An old fashioned wardrobe tab'! and sx; fine d'an! : ? chairs cheap triake paper. and are I $feb, Freight service between Pen acoll I
in conditon. Price J30. I. : gdorf wrapping office '
good .
\MID--XO: loan D. HALE WILSON 6 CO. Fla. At str*'l
money on your Address P. O' Box 773.'City. 2mar3t Address P. O. Box 395.:} 25fei J Just the thinfc. to put: under1 mattln&. and Freeport Baylen
personal property and household wharf Wednesdays Tourists and -

fOOds. Mobile' Loan Co.. corner Jef- FOR SALE-or trade for city property ._ __. n_ _ ,'_ '_._- :-_ __ ., REAL ESTATE others deelr'.ng to see places of intereston
'Tson and Zarragossa Sts. a highly Improved orchard of 5- Choctawhatchie Bay and Santa
Mcblm* and nuts just coming r Rosa Sound should make this trp.:
peaches oranges ,
AND LOANSWe
COrRTQUSE DYEING. Pressing into bearing. Excellent soil, suit Some G :>od Investments and Homes RENTS Special rates for parties of ten or --
rates other Infonnation
trucking. Good market. Fine more. For or
and Cleaning Club. 118 N. Palafox able for
Si Address Orchard, Journal have the following special bar- apply on board or address P. 0 -
Mrs T. J. Davis, Prop. Your investment 144 by 192 feet deep :: Garden t.- .... ... .$14,400 ,
4mchlw* on East .stre .r v< *> gains in desirable real estate for Box 692, Pensacola. Fla.
pat'l very
I aase solicited; satisfaction .mce. 1 Near Palafox-a splendid Dosine3ssite... '
teed< Careful attention given : i FOR SALE-80'acres good land three 5-room cottage and r. ceptlon hall,.back and:front gallery;rclosetsJiouse new and In good condition.large a few days only.

Sirments. Phone 1222. 8feb 1 miles south, of Chipley., Twenty lot. on North fth avenue between llth 'and J2th, streets:,a"badaln at.., .. ... .. .. ,.$1200.00 SPECIAL BARGAINS. I I A GOOD CARRIAGE.When

l W1.'iTED.=Hauling and transfer acres In cultlvat'on: and pure spring Corner 8th avenue and nth street:! 6-fbom and tQttage.tfr; ;\ ;;. back and front fcalteT. gas and city .

. crk. Office phone 363; residence water. Will sell for cash or.on Ime. water house new, a large ''ot,.',. ...#*..., .-: ,*.. <.,... .*,..,. .. .. .$1700.00 2 lots in block 170. New City 80x137faet
.. ..$450.00 on car line .. .. .. .. .. $400.00 want a "gooj carriage
JJholtu Bui'dia lots side of Re Deot an ;
3DO. Acosta & White. 22-28 N. Apply A.. Hogeboom, Chipley Fla. on west N Street between ,
Jarragoaa St. 25mar.CANTED. : 54 1.3 ft. on West Romana street at,t thc.'foot: r Spring St.'Improvements: property, renting. for $13.00 3 lots, corner 16th ave. and Cads prompt service and sate and careful'
2Sfeb. .. ... ..... .. .. ,....$4000.00 den street. .. .. .. n .. .. 1000.00
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, .-Th. Mercnanti Transfer FOR SALE.-One choice block'on top 40 ft by 170 ft. deep on East Romana.St.::next.to Bass &'.Co:, a',good Investment. .. .J0"0- 6 lots fronting Toledo square In New
Co. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... 1000.00 HACKMAN'S EXCHANGE.
wants your moving and baullns.AJ of the riJge east of the electric 5 lots on the South Bast corner of'Spring: :and'Le*: treet.- a spl I1dld building $2500.00 City
: breakage guaranteed. T. B. Tnor.I511 streets. Baylen and One &room house.. with'. bath and( PHONE 185.
8th
, railway between 7th and Block 107 East K nj Tract. B lmont: .Numbering on North Pa'afox: street. between PajaTox i
., Prop. Phone 978 Nautre has favored thiS section' and it thirty lots, few days only at.....,..'., ...; *.,.. ., f..... ,- '.. .......J5000.0050C sewer connection. gas in If very taken room; It was founded 'n 1892 and It has s
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W"-"TED-To 18JUn81m.1 cannot: ,be duplicated. .A. V. Clubbs. East Jackson street two,story 8 room and hall house bath, gas a delightful. home and good neighborhood nice neighborhood. reputation for polite and. careful drlv- -
buy old gold .. .. .. .. .. .. .,$1.450.00
T lot 93 .... .... .- .. .....$3500.00 sate, 4 and the best informed cabmen in -
er. broken up stuff regardless .of I FOR SALE.-Only 4 young Boar pig ft by 150.,., ? ; 6 houses in block 17, West KIng era
Ideal
flze Cash Pald- LlSQtman & KleIn. sl-ed by Duke of Florida 68923 out 715 N. Bajlen St, 8 room 23'ory. residence. lot 70x125 ft., every modern! convenience. an $500003: I Tr .ct. renting $30.00 per month. Will the city. Following are the member -

106 E Bright Phone 1127. I Orphan Lee of Baltimore. 5S544 ,. ... .,:,: ..v:> *. lend $2,00000 of necessary.. ,. $2600.00 '.a.nd their hack numbers -
of with registrations and 2 lots. on Cemntes street between! TBaylen and Spring! streets C0xl25 a nice building site a bar: these propositions are bar A. M. Joloman. No. 1, A. J Les ettNo

', WA i' -To lease or buy a five or All guaranteed Carl Setterljnd, Chipley. gain..b--- ;: .... .. .....$1300.00 gains All jf aid will )be. held open for a. few 5; J. Stall worth. No. 7; J. E. Morr' '
Sil room cottage. or will entertain pedegrees. 26noT S lots on the southeast ,corner .Sprfns 'and' Lea streets .. ff2'SS .. No. 8: 9. Sunday, Jr.. No 11; C
Pl"OjIObitlon from Party who owns lot Fla.__ : 3 lots on Strong street .between' 10th and 11th avenues. This property is very cheap at.. .. .. $650.00 caysonlExcellent) warehouse location sn H. Taylor No. 12; O. Abde'coth, No

and Willing to build me suitable cot- FOR SALE-Rose tinted satin gown MONEY at the lowest market rates.o !'nterest on Improved or vacant city property.. railroad track very chean 15; R. J Parker. No. 18; T. H. Heap -

tage Pr.ce and terms must be rea- silk lined trimmed,. real: .lace and Good S per c nt mortgages hand. Old No. 21; S. BI b.. No. 26, M Pt

,. lon9.1Ile and location not too far out India gauze.: Good as new. Never' The 'Real Estate Agency Best kind of investment terson. No. 30; A. J. Braswell No. 77JI -
Wil Fisher
Lb r: fbi l answer this ad unless you can worn in Pensacola. Cost $85. Property In an pan of city, vacantor :All the above are nice closed 1 car
. *I\'e toll]) particulars! In first letter as sell for'$25. 1311 North Davis street. Improved wanted and for sale. I !
to location, price terms name of Also white chiffon hat, three hand Phone8! .: 2O9 South Palalox: 30 S. Palafox St. Signed J. STALLWORTH Free

Part etc. Address ""Good Tenant" some plumes- cost $18.. sell for half Phone 234. By a H- TAYLOR..Sec. aai TrI :-

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PAGE EIGHT THE PENSACOLA. '- JOURNAL TUESDAY MORNING' I : 'MARCH" 6.1966; "' ., .._ ._ ,- --0" _. ..
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ORGANIZER WALKER / jotJr. H l lOIU McMillan Bros. Co.MOBILE. -

SAFETY !I. .

The whiskey : Can you put off the question of safety ofrthe comfort of the wife and
I TALKS ON STRIKESAnd ba.bles-the provision,against"your posslblevdeath? .There is no beu

ter way In the:! word to do this than by carrying Life Insurance: it
a pleasure is not only a"protection to them but is a resource in case of necessityfor

I. MalloryCravenette Also Many Other( Matters of Interest to Laboring Men-Mass to sel! you.' Insure today, in the best of all-the


Meeting Which Was Largely Attended Was Held at profit ALABAMA.MARKETS.. EQUITABLE !


Carpenters and Joiners Hall. I to buy ura ce, Knowles Bros Gen't A t

It i [Fire, Life. P cnsacola

always a satisfied customer
HE DWELT AT LENGTH UPON THE

USUAGES OF THE UNION LABEL REAl ESTATE I when he buys"old; joe." al- -
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Hat. Naval Stores.
r AND WHERE IT BENEFIT., I ways a satisfaction when he; Savannah, Ga. 'Mar. ,5.-The._naval ..*........*......................................

TED ALL CLASSES TO SEE THAT:I drinks it. it's so fine, and Ww.p stores.market,.. .. closed.. .. ..today. .. .as. .follows.62r : i PEN&AOOx.l.A.

Something hat line.:' It new is made In lute the APPEARED UPON ALL GOODS: TRANSFERS pure and old.' ... .. .... ... .... v. ..............5 6 % : Iron Works and Supply Co. i

jour: finest era venette raIn'L M....".."._".::., .. ,..-... ...545 t Manufacturers and Repairers of MACHINERY AND BOILERS, .
coatIsAbsolutely : + FORGINGS, MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP :
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Ther gathered in the Carpenters full measure -convenient package f. .... ..,i---.v.vi.S:: :: J REPAIRS A SPECIALTY. Prompt attention given to all orders 4
'I Union Hall In the OKI Armory building Following Is a list of the deeds recorded H. ; day or night. Agents for James McKay & .Co.'s Celebrated Log and :

:1 last evening a large and enthusiastic yeiViday reported" ,by.The I moderate prlce-so everywhere G.: .-..: :". .. .r.v: 'v::.:::4! SF 'lImber Dogs, also 'chains of all descriptions. Office phone 123:! Reds

Pensacola Abstract C'J: : ... .... ... .4 10 : dence phone 1029. P. O. Box 123.: PHIL .WITTMAN, Mgr.
I audience which was composed I Leslie' E. Brooks to L. M..DavIs.lots .v.v.v-r., ii .. .. .. ......* io ..... ......... ................+...**..***.*.*....J

Rainproof. mostly of the membership of the various 15 to 19; inclusive; block 139 East "b & b" atlanta D.. .. '..' '..... .. ....... ..410 .
labor unions of Pensaco'a to hear King Tract East of Tarragona street C I. .. .' ....... ..4 10Spiit =- --:

; The new sprittg styles General Organizer Henry M. Walkerof $100 Margaret and other Swaine considerations and Lucy Finch I j.HICKS' Turpentine; 69tf! ,cents.AU8LEY& .... .*$ 41.34- j 44 +4fAUSLEY I
here and would be the American Federation of Labor. -4. -
are we
to Frank Marston and E. G. Quma,
pleased to have you call ., Mr. Walker started out by thankIng west portion of lot 207. block 23, Old CO.'S REPORTS S :
and see them. the audience for the reception v- city, |1 and other considerations. 'Liverpool 1 Cotton Market f 6 COMPANYj
-n by their presence on this occa- Leslie E. Brooks to djde Wilson, Close

son; he pointed out to them the lot 21, block 16, Maxent Tract. ?1.00 CAPUDINE Jan.-Peb......: ............................
necessity of organizing as closely and and other considerations.J. w' l'eb..Jl .r..................................*.5.11
compactly as possible and dwelt upon D. Waters to Leslie E. Brooks, IMMCeiATCLY CUKC9 1Ilar.- prn.................................i71 i COMMISSION BROKERS I
John White StoreCHAS.BLUM&CO' the absolute necessity for a better lots 15:) to 9. inclusive: block 139, iots, HEADACHES.auupCOLDS. .&.pril.l 1...................................S.73 I
The education upon the lines of exercising 18 to 22. inclusive. block 127. East Kay..Juue..................................6-5

6I.lla' In M.!... W.mr \, their benefit purchasing by patronizing power those to their who gave own King Tract, East of Tarragona street, IN 6 TO IS HOURS July Jnne-Jly..5,7 ucu-' ...............................'B.81 I 11 WEST INTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA, FLA. !

Palafox I preference in employment to union labor lots 17 to :20! inclusive, block 8loti ibllMdtMc &..,. .ucut.Sapkmber.........................5.78 .. .
205-207 S. Street. I and handled.the of union 11 to 14, inclusive block; 100. lots 13 September-October ............ ...........5-r*
4 Phone 225. labor. products to 19, inclusive, block 132 all in Sec. Oetober-VoTeraber ...............- ......5.53 Private Wires N. Y., N. 0,, and Chicago. \
19, Belmont Numbering.! NEtf of blk. Florida and Alabama November-December ...............,.: ...5,58 I
I I His remarks showing the wonderful 77 Sec. 28. known as West King Trt.. Deoember-JAntuiry '''...;' ................
p made by the union labor
progress $1 and other considerations.' Liverpool S otali.oo. -
COnONSTOCKSGRAINFROVISIONSandBONDsi
: movement during the years in which LAND COMPANYManufacturers !
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:---- the hardest opposition had been encountered C. R. Burgojne to Mary A. Cobb New.York Cotton Market.
lots 15. 1G and W& of 14, block 12, Low CouHar :

I and by the manufacturers the assocIation in Xew City Tract. $1575. and Dealers in of k..............10.Open$: High 1064 1018 '1C 49 Bought and Sold on Margin or for Investment: :
showing success Caterine Anderson and Warren E. LUMBER. SAWED M y.......' .....:....law 1075 1067 1070 *
CYPRESS
defending the plrnclple of union shopas Anderson,, husband, Palmirc Hargis, SHINGLES July............... 10.85 1089 1079 1081 i *
against that of the a'leged 'open 'Belle Hargis, Whiting Hargis, Mod' AND KILN-DRIED SAP. October.......,...10.32 10JU _10 IN 1026 t, Reference: First Rational! and Peoples Banks. Phone I I 73I
shop heartily applauded by his
were pste eoember..10JU 10.88 10.SI 10.31
and to
hearers. Palmire Hargis Hargis Belle Virginia Hargis."Hargis Whiting New York Spots 10.20 .............................. ............ +t.i. .
In speaking the morals of the .
upon Hargis Modeste Harris and :Virgi- Wheat .
strike he said The strike, far
: so
SHIPPINGNEWSCleared.
nit Hargis.: each to the other in hand Open High Low Close
from proving!; a backward state of civilization paid. W. 81 ft of N. 69 ft. of lot 365 May_.. ..78"{ 7fc i 77K 7- ................... .................................. C
is indeed the final test of apeople's and W. 80 fL of N. 62% ft..of lot 366, July........._7<$!S 'n>!S W-4 79 i. +. a

1. The extent progress of nation's toward advancementmay true liberty. Old City. New Orlean I I Fire. is I
be judged a exactly by the extentto Caterine Anderson and Warren R When the Right i ii
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Anderson husband. Palmire Harp's: Corn. .
which its people are guaranteedthe Vledrecht, Dutch ss. VIsser. 1951 I!
Belle ,
Hargis Whiting Hargis and Vir. |
Open High Low Cloee
right to strike and to which that for Genoa, -with .1,051.000 s ft sawn S
ginla Hargis to Modeste Hargis, K 80 },f.y..4 Vr* 43 'N. 43
1.i right is exercised. ft. of S. 65% ft. of lot 366 Old City, timber, 1359.000 s 'ft. lumber. July_: .....:48 43.< 42', 43 i The Dinner is PromPflfl
A strike is a method and frequently $1 and other considerations. Due Cuginl. hal i.:bk, Olivarl 1258,
the: only effectual one, of protesting for Cagliarl, with 3T8.000 s ft timber.
New York Stock Market
? against Injustice. If the public 328,000 s ft lumber. ,3.95! c ft hewn I
Recorded March 3. .
"I.a could be Induced to take action upon I Susan R. McGibbon .and Louis A. timber. Southern PactS............_Open<&*{ Close 5I.6 : The cooking delicious' and everybody -r 4
the mere statement of facts they would Ciampa Emelia Ital bk Musso, for .
i ; her husband ,to W. Copper.'...........h.......- Its'!*, IWgA. always if
have less occasion to complain of the I 11fCGibbon. Geo. Montevideo with 8,779 bbls rosin. 4 is satisfied. Tires ready you 4
block 9 .. SR-: ::::.............. 1S3 137Ateh : : *
hardship inflicted by strikes upon tho Town of Bluff Sailed. :.........1............... 86 i M4! ', :. 'U esa.aas Rang Range' f 13 00. Con- f
innocent 'third party." Generally I Springs S200. Theodora de Larrlnaga, Br ES, for .&..R.......:.:. .., ............. 153, 113'i + ...- v nectlons". free. J .
speaking 'respect for the rights of I' Leslie E. Brooks to A. A. ,}Fisher l lot Ellesmere. R.B T...........:............. 80 4 7. i i- ..
: third part,' as that p'irase is u thO'i 11. block 80. New City Tract, $1 and t !' to B,AO ......................... 103j K6 4 i ._ .
517 AND 519 WSST BAY ST.. in connection with strikes, impl! other considerations, VESSELS, IK i'CRT.teapa Brie: .....'.................'.... 42: 41'< -
I disrespect for the rights of the other Mai'garet: I, Johnson to Fannie R 8 ; C.,..I ........................ CU{ 58'" iI
i4 JACKSONVILLE FLA. two of the Renshaw, beginning at a point on SE u.S....:......:............... '40, **$ 1 I !
striker parties.must take The manhood precedence over corner of block 58, Belmont Tract and Alioth to, Dutch order.Farmsum .ss. Mulda, 1238. Rotterdam -| fj.S.. preferred.............. 1057 104'i- Pensacola Gas Company .
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running north oa W. side of Palafox R.----------- 27 27'
the comfort of the. public. street 165 ft., .hence W. 150 thence Dut-3i. ES, Scheltema, L.& N.;............,......... 143 ] Nick's Buffet and lie claimed that the strike-breaker' 5 15 ft., thence W. 51' ft... thence S. 1597[; West Hartlepool'to W. L. Wit Lead.....;.................. 76'/i : : Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. :
; occuped: in the industrial iworl-d,' a position tlch ". I.C ..........................
; In9
!{ 1 I
i 150 ft. and
precisely analogous to that of the thence E. 201 ft. to point t..t. ..... ......... ...............:
of Iolanthe... Dr ss! ;- Hodgson. 1943. St. Met...... ........-.......... 114% 114 ,
; Restaurant renegade and taitor. "He represents," beginning. $900.) Vincent to Gulf.:. ;Transit.. Co. Ora.Pa....................... I 8i' 1601.
the W. B. Wright to W. S. Keyser; lots ....... .......... I
continued speaker "a type of man Kirkswood. Br..BS,.Larson; 2095, Lon N.T.C, .... Hitf lU 1
: universally condemned, in any other: 6 and 7, block_23, West King Tract don. 4 ,,1".0:....,...................;.. G.iYa I .t................................0......"".......:
.. la the only place of Its sphere of human activity. He sells $1 and other valuable considerations.Thos. Pleamoor. Br ss, Prest 2803 Mobile I B'D-a....I...,.............._ 135 12Sf 1
kind in Pensacola. in fact himself for less than the 30 pieces of F. West to W. A. Blount J%: to master I 8L P ...................i;,;'; ,177J4
Itis silver, but too often lacks the all of lots 15 and 16, block 23; Water Secunda, Br ? 'L Donnelson BI..a.................. 26i W i MARION CURRY & CO. 1
grace Front, $6000.J. ss, 1309 I 8 B........-....?............. SSJi 38<
APridetoPensacola. :which caused Iscariot to go and hang J. Hooton to D. Hale Wilson, Tenereiffe to The W. S. Keyser Co. I TO.1..........:.' .............. 1484! 146 H* ,
himself. He commits the unpardonable block 173 West King Sliedreeht, Dutch' .:.83, Vessen.. 1951 PennA.%..?....:............... 137Ji 137 .
sin of betraying his fellows. He other considerations Tract $I and Galveston. U.P..........................- ISO7. iso 16, -18. 2D WIRESA STREET, :
purloins that to which he has no claim Tugela, Br BS, .La. < and is the one stumbling block in the Cruz.
path of the onward advance of the I Vivina.. Span: ss.. Bustlnza $3, UT Ausley& Co's Daily Cotton Letter. : PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. :
Larger cities cannot wage-earner. The attempt to make erpool to Gulf Transit Co. Liverpool cables this morning were
beast of a better equipped I i ii
him respectable reflects discredIt EVERY SICK MAN disappointing i =WHOLESALEsHay -
place* The arvic Is the e hl s. very ;; to the trade coming -
those engaged In it.
upon 2 to 3 lower
best that be had. on contracts while
can, I
f Mr. Walker dwelt Avon. Ital sblp.! A velno, 1601.Genoato
at some length cr woman really ought to'try a bottle Rosasco Bros. spots were: reduced '3 points on sales

Nick! Apostle Propt'r upon exhorted the usages his hearers otthe union to always label and demand of Hostetter's further Stomach Bitters with Casanova Ital bk- Avegno 1069 I of 12,000 bales. Private cables were i Grain and Feed Stuffs [

1 and see that it was upon tne out any delay. It has been Genoa. to the ,effect that there seemed to be
the of
means restoring thousands of ,
.. Elvira Port ship
Rodrlques !
product they were Touching 1488..
purchasing. no dlurmtehment the demand from
others to rebust health and will do asmuch Lisbon to oidr, :
upon the value of the union label for you too. For 53 years, Aust tha spinners and that the decline was Exclusive.Dealers in West Florida.: Any Quantity. I
Morris Danniieisser store and shop cards to the employer Orpheus, 'ship, }Medanic. Trieste. I f Only ,
1 Q'ue 'to Egyptians covering their long
he said. "It is the best medium of ad. f Experienced Grader. Prices Right. Grades Perfect. :
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Hostetter'sStomach cotton bought before the
adtance.
(Form rlv of Dannhtlsser Bros.) \ertSsing It is advertising that Barm.. present J Trial Order Solicited. Write for Prices. t
4 Pure Old Rye and Bourbon Fine costs nothing as the union pays for It. Adele, Swed bIt 'Janse. :596; Havana *
Wines. Beer ana Tobacco. It guarantees full returns on the outlay Bitters.' Due Cuiglnl. Ital bk. Olivarl, 1258. We do not anticipate any material | Telephone 208. P. O. Box 661.
I in the form of increased business.It Genoa to order. decline long the _
) Old Hickory Whiskey My Specialty enlists the unions their members I people has been everywhere.the main standby It cures of sickly Sour Ciampa Emelia Ital bk, 864. Ha- spot demand as keeps as up present and! while good ++.+.++.....++.++.........+....+++++...+.+++++*..t..!

: and friends in the interest of the em' vana. there may be some declines due to .
12 W. Zarragossa Street. ployer. It insures stability in business -'Risings Bomiting Poor Appetite, Elvira, Port bk. |todriquez. 1586, for profit taking we think prices must of -
,;i PENSCAOLA. FLORIDA. because the principles! it btandi Heartburn, Dyspepsia Indigestion Del&goa Bar.: with !1701.539 3 ft sawn a necessity go much higher. unless --- -
for are sound enduring and unchangeable -, Costiveness, Colds, Grippe or Malarial timber 291,922 3 f&lumber. something should occur to ,put a stopto -

_____________ It saves time and talk in Fever. Gudny,. Nor bk, Saanum, 821: Ham the buying of actual cotton which Build
making sales and it .sells itself and ----- ---. ----.--- burg to master. is now going on in all the markets of You Can a House Cheaper
never deceives the purchaser The Pedro Laoave; Span bk. 'Maristang the'world.
union label l signifies! merit in the! article 509 Savannah' Itii M. Robinson. Reports ,from all auctions of the
-the merit of good clean workmanship COFFEE- Providenza. Ital' bk, Olceae. 1185. cotton belt show that the preparations now than you will be able to ever baUd again even n

StetsonSpring I -as well as the principle of ,Starthem, Br bk, Maitland, 1272. for.the new crop are tat* and getting the .near future. Materials conale.nUy'increasing ia

I fair play in the treatment of employes.It .I Antwerp I later. These factors tend to stimulate price. .
I is essentially an emblem of peace Thomas Ital bk, Lano...803. Naples ,buying and discourage short selling
both in suggestion and practice anl We are the Pioneer Umberto I. Ital bk, Olivari., 766. Whita the weekly movement 88 Ask Us for Special Prices.
It makes the strike unnecessary ,by I Coffee Roasters "of Genoa to Rosasco Bros. compared with last week ana' last
making the compliance with union Schooners.Lizzie >ear was very bullish the Englishman
1 HatsYOU I West Florida.McHUGH'S did not seem to take this into I
conditions He ponted: an out advantage why the in Internation.bU3Iness.'I 452. to master.E. Demlson Am sob! Peck, consideration but simply looked at Saunders Mill Company?

tl Typographical union the large port stocks. However he Phone 717. 21 East Garden S1ree1.
was making Horatio L. Bak' r. Am sch. Mohr, has --been constitutionally bearish from
i(, such a big success of its movement' BLENDS 720. Lagos toJ.Merritt, & Co. tlm-a immemorial and while it is true -- -- -
for the hour work day and attribute Thos. S. Dennison. Am sci. Wade,
that; at times he gets off the beatentrack
WE GET HAVE THEM THEM HERE.IN I ed printer the same possesses.the to the fact that the union ,. 1329. Baltimore to .order.. : he regrets It immediately and '

SOFTS AND STIFFS IN intelligence, organization have Barkentines.Beatrice ., gets ba.ek'to. his old position as soon
A trialwill
equal.
no
; and was a super:or workman
FASHION'S LATEST : Am bktn. Oasaveggio 1430 a* possible.We .
lie claimed that the
SHAPES FEATHLK pure and simple was the only trade-union organization convince the con-' Rotterdam to PensacolaLumber! Co. .think it rather too early as yet NEW METHOD LAUNDRY

WEIGHTS. II that had ever made a noisseur that Caroline Koch, Dan bktn. Holm.: t.) figure' on the new crop and the j
successof
I we Fort de France to McKenzle Oertlng past has proven that two crop lailure3j .
securing shorter hours and higher make & Co. Ic ,Succession are rare :! L. Mr. l>IMr* JVCF. PwtrlitOT, No MT.s{ ffaitant St Phfu 15.I
no
': wages admonished!for the them working people and he extravagant.,. '. -' .. . might be well to be somewhat con -
not only to run away claims. suvativeCln: taking on long lines untila
I| with any fanatical idea of political action La.Grippe and Pneumonia.? little bit ,later in the season especially ...... .............................................:
: $35O i accomplishing these resu'ts.! ; Pneumonia often follows la grippe ,it such purchas.es are basedon
I Wholesale and RetailGROCERS but never follows ,the use' of Fol ytsEoney what the. new crop; is likely to be.

Fined $100.A : . .. .. and Tar. It cures la grippe. W think the market essentially a: I I Lenten Eatables.
I fine of $100 for carrying concealed coughs and prevents pneumonia and scalping one:at the present and there
WE HAVE OTHER HATS weapons' was Imposed upon Prank consumption. Ask for Foley's: Honey for do not look for a heavy advance 4

: GOOD ONES TOO- I Bonise. a white man: yesterday morn- and Tar and refuse-any substitute of- neither do:We.expect a severe decline : 4
IN ALL THAT'S NEW Ing in the municipal cdurt by Recorder' and all kinds-of.: : Feed fered. Mr. G. Vacher.' of. 157 Osgoovi from present values as the consumerhas We have a full stir ply of Lenten secialUeS--frc'b and 4
IN SHAPES FROM $1.50 Laney. The man had been arrested i St. Chicago writes: "My wife had, a shown in the past week: the he : pure. Phone orders filled carefully and promptl 4

UP. I Sunday by Offier Burnham. and as he I II Stuffs.Pluto severe case of la grippe three' ,years is ready :and willing to take all the SHREDDED CODFISH.. Tins...... .... .... .... ....' .. .1c J
I has no money will serve a long term! ago and It left her with a terrible cotton offered at present prices. CRABS,.THE FINEST EVER 25 and..5

i I in jail cough. She tried a bottle of her Foley There was expectea a heavy estimate I LOBSTERS, IN TINS....................................23 cents: :
I I Honey' and Tar-and.. gave bottle immediate cured- on acreage from a prominent COVE OYSTERS.......... .................. ........... .15 cent: J
The Original. W'jerWholesale relief. A 50 cent Rafuse New Orleans man and this with FANCY MACKERELS. EACH.. ....... .....................10 cents |
i Foley & Co., Chicago originated her cough entiT-lT" substiJtntes. Mime' minor factors contributed to.the .. cents C
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f r 4 ENGLISH CROMARTY BLOATERS DOZEN....... .. .30
: Honey and Tar 'as a throat and lung I W. A. DAlemberte. O'rugf?: decl'te to' Ay" but the short shJe'dlfl(
: MARSHAL'S KIPPERED HERRINGS. TINS. ... ........ .25 cents :
p l remedy, and on account of the great and apothecary. tj'not meet with much favor and ,every a
'(r merit and popularity of Foley's and'::Rit i1. ; -'* *" "*'p Httle' recession mtwith good supporting *
H. 0. ANSON Honey and Tar -many imitations are Crew Notice. orders and mteat the : 14 W Garden The Popular 2
I'offered for the genuine These worth Neither th'e.captain own:I close!! 'were practically kit up to Liverpool Phone 183 LAZ JACOBY Grocer. *
less imitations have similar soundIng era nor consignees of the to do' ag she wished and cables .
i' I names. Beware of them. The g nuIne New Orleans Grocery Co. a Aust. ship ;Orpheus will! be elated that they looked for a better ................'........................ .............

CASH CLOTHIER, 'I Fole /8 Honey and Tar is in a yellow responsible: for debts con] markat there on account of the liquidation _.
package Ask for It and refuse tracted by the ere* .6f said vessel. of the weak longs and scalpers.We --- ---" -
Corner hliki and Main. i any substitute It is th& best remedyfor Jas. McHughPhone Nedanich, are inclined to the long ssae of
I coughs and 'colds W A. D'Alem Master, .' Captain. themarket all breaks from"present Subscribe for The Journal

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