The Pensacola journal
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Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Alternate title: Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: March 7, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Pensacola news
Succeeded by: Pensacola news journal

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VOL. IX NO. 57. :





... Declares He Will Not Jake His Familyto Presentment of New York ,Grand Jury

.... Bill st/1,1llls--Speaks, Well of Former -- May Cause Trouble for Trustees MANNING

.: Chief Engineer Wallace. and Officers.r

Question of Enlarging Medical Department I By Associated Press manded of him. but that he would I Believes that it Will By Associated PreSLNew of Justice OSulllvan of the court of
0v Washington. Mar. Chairman not take his family to the Isthmus. impossible York Mar. 6,-The New York general sessions, as to the future Underwent Horrible Hardships Be
Occupied Its Attend Theo.. P. :Shonta:: ,of the Isthmian Can lie gave' Chief Engineer Wallace a ; grand jury today made a presentment course of the jury.
.. P I the ai! Commission was all cay 'before. good record and said that he was entitled for Germany and France reciting that the jury had been infor- The presentment was accompaniedby fore Being Rescued by Brit-

tion Nearly All Day. senate Canal Committee and answered to consideration in the matterof ed by the district attorney that there a long statement of facts setting
Z sonal questions technical and pro- taking his family to the Isthmus. to Agree. were reasonable grounds to believe forth that it can be shown by lawful ish Steamer.
. concerning the plans for the
Air. Shonts closed by urging Con-
" that within the statue of limitations evidence beyond a reasonable shadowof
e of the great waterwayand gress to take action immediately on -- officers or trustees of large corpora- doubt that such payment of moneyswas
t' House s e Passed Measure for Relief Incidentally relations he left to the the inference organization that the said type that of canal to be constructed.He .REPUBLIC: _CANNOT ACEPT TERMS tions have contributed money to political made. The justice told the jury
. he would economical procedure on funds The jury asks the advice he would advise them in a few daj s. I Clung to. Icy Woodwork, Exposed
. sever his connection with the part of the Canal Commission de- PERSISTED IN BY .GERMANY
. of Tobacco Growers. the Clovsr' Leaf route if this! was de- mands such action. '
to Constant
I Heavy
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. Death: List at Meridian t
WILL NOW BE PERMITTED TO Double Murderer Sentencedto .
07H SELL TOBACCO WITHOUT PAY Stills Stands at Twenty '

ING TAX OF SIX CENTS PER Imprisonment for LifeBy I '
POUND RUCKER PREDICTS By Associated Press. loafing negroes with the result that
I- '
Meridian, ,Mar. 6.The better class many went to work to-day. WHEN HELP WAS AT HAND-
THAT BRYAN WILL LEAD Associated. Press. an appeal to the Supreme Court.. By Associated Press. of negroes to-day subscribed seven The death list still stands at twenty
I Odffnej, S. C., :Mar.: 6- The jury In The killing occurred in the hotel', London, Mar. 6.The Foreign OfficeIs hundred dollars toward the general I and it Is believed all bodies have VESSEL BOUND FERNANDINA '
.a. DEMOCRACY. the trial of George Hasty, a hotelkeeper 1 I I Then two lady members) of the not hopeful of the Algeciras: conference relief fund. The relief committee has I' been: recovered. Rebuilding has be-: ,t
charged with the murder of theatrical TO NEW YORK.
s company alleged that Hasty reaching aneagreement. An official taken a firm stand against feeding I' gun on an extensive scale
Milan Bennett and Abbott Dawidsonactors had attempted to enter their room. said to-day "Information reach I

,. during last December, returned Bennett and Dividson demanded an ing, this government from ail sources e
By Associated, Press. a verdict of 'guilty this morning. I apology] and both were killed by shows that German Is persisting in By Associated Press..
fhmgton.. Mar. 6.-The question Hasty was sentenced life Imprisonment Hasty. Self defense ,was. claimed by J the demands' which were made ao SIR. NAVAHOE IS I Boston, Mar. 5-The wreck of the three 4
.... o* ,'margement of the medical depart. i Defena'ant's' counsel. announced Hasty.! France before agreeing! to the confer' SUICIDE OF AN masted schooner Mary Manning, the }
c-"n' of the army occupied the mam I Ifs erce. known? verywellthat; the republic details of which were learned today
. < woolen of the time of the senate cannot accept them instead of IN GREAT DANGERBy when the crew arrived on the British

. to'ia The question arose in con making it easy for' France as steamer Casilda. exceeded in horror
The Committee
s BP on with the consideration of the on Rivers and as promised What Germany; asks and hardship any traged of the sea in -.

. .. for !the displacement of contract and what France supported by a majority 'Associated Press. AGED STONECUTTER E which Boston has been concerned for
O. ,,:lrI'Onlby: physicians who shall be Harbors Starts South To of the powers believe to be her many years. }
O KI 1'n the rank of army officers and =day rights are utterly Irreconc'lable: This Raleigh] Mar 6.-A Wilmington special With their vessel stripped of its
.. 1));, reorganization of the medical H regrettable but it is hardly conceivable : says the condition of the Clyde masts and sails, filled and soaked with ti
011',., Mr Hale!: critized the bill asII" ] that war will result. water and with the ruined hulk driven .
e By Associated Press to investigate the rivers and barbers liner Kavahoe, which went agroundnear '
. ''storing wedge a general ini I by wind and current a mere waterlogged -
. ase: in >the army and said it was> Washington Alar. 6--The special In Georgia, Florida. Alabama anu;: Cape Fear on Saturday is un- raft and derelict the captain
e. j.W of a general plan of the general,, part of members of the House Committee .- :'Mississippi will leave Washington tomorrow FRENCH CROWDCHEERS J i changed. The steamer is in a peril one passenger and crew of eight men
v 'staff which he charged with the genera -!I on Rivers and Harbors and Interstate morning in a special car of ous position and should be unloaded for four days huddled upon after-
. .I of enchanting the army'stn.poranee. and Foreign Commerce, which the I isouthern Railway house
.. purpose barely subsisting on a little
EDWARDBy i to save her from being a total wreck.
In the course of his remark -J I canned
corn water clinging for
: I the senator from Mains said I Only. two passengers I were aboard and Ended His Existence by .Taken a their lives to icy woodwork and ex.

0A the ;z.neral taft wa: disposed to enc -! WINNER AT ONE they were taken off Sunday. posed to the seas which constantly
. ( urage; the invasion!< of China. j TW PROMINENT Associated Press:' Quantity of Morphine ''broke over them.

e.. Several senators poke for anJj: c HUNDRED ONELos Paris Mar. 6.-King Edward left Finally, when the deck-house was
. against the measure, upon which no II] to-day for Biarritz, whence he will go HAMILTON WILL Tablets, .washed ,away, tho men were forced
. action! was taken secretary: Taft was I III to San '"Sebast'an to participate in the take'refuge on the spanker boom fro '
. the chamber during the debate. formalities] of King Alfonso's b>
e. Senator Tillman gave notice that he I MEN Angeles, Mar, 6.-Winners'-at tnrothal A teree cl'wd't4hered t;. the RETURN TO EUROPEBy Thomas Edwards' an aged stonecutter which some/when dropped the! boat from of the sheer Caslld exhaustion
. -oulj1 make' an effort to bring up the RAILROAD the startl ug price of one hundred to King as he Departed: ,.. ended his existence yesterday,I rarti-a'onjjside.! .
bill one are becoming the Usual thing at about 10.30 o'clock by taking
rate asoon as the statehood bill morning ] ten
N I All individuals were In a state
Ascot! another Belvoir coming In I I
wag disposed of ALEX ZELIUS CHOSENVICECONSUL a quantity of morphine tablets.
iof utter when
Associated Press i collapse rescued
first the
opening event to-day. '
which had been left for him his
Washington Mar 6,-The House! This is the third winner at that priceIn OF NORWAY New York. Mar. 6.Andrew Hamil- I sician. by I j I I The boat was bound from Fernan*
N ,
dina Fla.. for New York.PREPARING .
... *1I rgan its session today by passing, HERE the past two we*ks. Alex.'Zallu5. who is at present vice- ton, legislative agent for the lat'gein-; I The suicide occurred in 'a little ,hut i! t

. without discussion or opposition th, consul! of tbe"Kethtrlands, has been surance companies, whose name was on Herron's wharf a portion of which1is
. 1-11' for the relief! of tobacco Board of Safety to Meet. office wood jard.|i
growers appointed by the King of Norway to mentioned prominently in the ,recent used as an by a 10
.0 permitting them to sell leaf tobacco The regular weekly session of the be viC3-consul for that countrv and I Here Edward had been living for'
. ..uhout paying; the tax of six cents Board of Public Safety will be held has assumed charge of his duties.. I legislative investigation returned from some time: the proprietor of the yard
.. n.r pound heretofore_ charged. !!! B. Thomas and Col. L T. Dicka- to-night, when a number of matters :Mr.: Zelius's appointment was made Europe today He registered on the I Jos. Brown kindly allowing him to occupy START PAVING :

. Thf balance me day was devoted' of importance will be considered. The to fill the vacancy caused by the death passenger list. of the Deutschland as i a rear room In the place

A ,'n tariff scussion: the Indian appro son of Chicago Sp nt Yesterday monthly reports of the marshal ana of A. Wolfburg, who died last summer! W :Milton It Is said when he heard Edwads had been employed by C. J
0 1 ation bill being the vehicle to carry fire chief will also be submitted at during the fever epidemic after baring Gunter as a stone cutter, but his DeLUNA STREET WILL SOON BE
. I.: debate- in i City-Leave forSouth this meeting and a number of the served many years .In the posi- that criminal proceedings' were contemplated health was such that he could] do but
. rhe tariff discussion was opened special committee may make reports tion. he decided to return. little work. being a sufferer from asth I' COVERED WITH CONCRETE-
:" Mr Rucker. of Missouri, who ma and other diseases. Of late his
. roughs; forth an argument designed Florida To-day. condition has grown worse and it is MATERIAL BEING PLACEDON
'I, sustain the democratic! idea of a J stated that frequently he spoke of I GROUND. '

. tariff: for rerenue only, anah( closed / ending his misery by snlclding.I .
.. .lth the prediction that these ideas Two prominent railroad men accompanied I Yesterday morning a young: man i

f Mould eventually prevail with' W JTran b>" their wives, spent yesterday i passed the place and Edwards asked/ ,Pensacola's] newly named street,
.. as the standard barer in the city, in the persons of 4 / 5p d1ME; him to give; i'm: a dose of medicine,I JDeLuna, will shortly present a different -
. Turning his attention to the tariff President B.Thomas,of the Chicago & which was near This the young man and far better appearance. Since
). on the -genthaler] type-setting machines I Western Indiana Railroad Co. and the :S- / did according to the Instructions. la-'I the property along the narrow thor
. Mi Rucker sa'd it had been Belt Railway Co. of Chicago. ,and Col 3 .,r I stead of telling the young man to oughfare was purchase by a number
d< nslrated that these machines I l of the largest coal 7 7 in of water
s L. T. Dickason one -.,. place one tablet a glass of citizens many improvements have
Could be produced for five hundred operators in Indiana and Illinois and .' \ he told him to place several This been made in the buildings, but it 1 Is
r t lollar. and yet they were sold for extensively interested in mine, raIl- .. ,. / I'7w was done the young fellow not knowing stated that this is only a beginning of
. thrp thousand dollars because of roads .and many' other large enterprises : the difference what will be done in the near future,
th, tariffCRIGGS : :, cox: Shortly] afterwards he was found in and that all of the Improvements will
i The part arrived at 5 o'clock on F, rd a dying condition and soon passed be such as to make the thoroughfarea

fj CHAIRMAN OF their private car, having come from CONGRESSIONAL COMMITTEE Gulfport, here they spent the previous Xqtr c1If iltko ..t g. The deceased had no relatives here Workmen were engaged yesterday la .
j week and they came through Pen ( .. ,.- : GR1: T- -- I and but little is known of him pacing! material on the ground pre ':
Washington Mar 6.-Repr.senta. sacola en route to South Florida stop- \ f' I ELECTRICAL I The coroner's jury: held an Inquest paratory to commencing the work oC
t s* Griggs, of Georgia. was unani- ping here a day to see Mr. Thomas's p ) 1H 1 FITIOfST and decided that death'was due to sul I I laying a concrete pavement from In-
tcubn: chosen chairman of the Demo-J son Ben. H. Thomas, Associate Editor: =\ ( l tendencia street to Government s
frg/ 'pi Congre ?hl at a meeting in the: Capital atto During the forenoon the party was cide.WARMER pipes, etc, have also been placed] ,and
tt'nde', thirty-<,ne members of the shown over the city by Secretary W. WITH' there is now nothing! to stop the worlc
cummiuw. C. Jones of the Chamber of Commerce of laying the concrete.

Representative Boners, of M'sslsf'ppi : and the afternoon they spent upon the i RAIN TO-DAY According to the ordinance passed
placed Mr Griggs in nomination I bay, going down to V the mouth of the Hoi. by the City Council changing the nameof
There w re no other nominations and r harbor and viewing the U. S. warships( the street, no telegraph or telephone .
OH secretarv was instructed to cast now anchored off the na.vy sard The poles can be erected in thfll
the entire vote for Mr. Gr-ggs. taj: party was composed, in addition' .; Warmer weather with ram is the street, and those who care to use It ,
to the visitors _of Collector of .Cus t CAnT official; forecast for Pensacola and aa a thoroughfare for vehicles can !
vicinity for today, and from appearances only enter it from Jntendencia i
toms Jno. E. Sullman. President! So e'txntT ,, street :
RECRUITS COME Maes, Secretary Jones and Mr. Alex I 'RvDLL t x 3 correct at one.miatolght Fresh it northeast will prove wind's'a, and drive through to Government.CARELESSNESS "
of the Chamber of Ccm.I -
shifting to southeast will also
1 merce. :Mr. and Mrs Ben. H. Thomas, pre-

FROM COLUMBUS I and Mrs. F. S. Mellen On their return vail.The weather map of yesterday mornIng
to the city the visitors ,were en- COr7E0t.
i showed that the minimum temper '
tertaIned' at dinner' at the Osceola t Ct tt1ti 0 fti r ature during the preceedmg twelve OF CHILDREN

THIRTY.ONE ARRIVED HERE YES Club. The party leaves this morningat yk hours bad 'been 48, while the maxi-
7 o'clock for Jacksonville from mum.was 66 Weather Observer Red!
TERDAY AFTERNOON AND where they will go to South Florida! I 7 ? OR t In his summary of weather conditions
''Both Mr. Thomas and Cot Dickason ah I esterday said: OF CARS

, WENT TO FORT BAR were highly pleaded] ; with PensacoHi i' girl: NoRt.O.r. "The depression over the Rio IS BEING COMPLAINED OF

, RANCAS. and Pensaco bay. and each predicted r'f tl + Grande Valley has diminished somewhat I
s, a great future for the port. They:, in energy although rains have BY 'MOTORMEN.
, were agreeably.surprised at the natural -(; begun in Texas and Arkansas and
I, advantages of Pensacola harbor ardi; r T7r precipitation has extended northward I
,, Thlrtr-ne recruits in charge of a the railroad facilities here for handlingthe r over Nebraska and Iowa where it is Motormen and conductors running ''
I I II- "tnant arrived here yesterday af Immense commerce' which musts! snowing.: Elsewhere throughout the on the East Hill line of the street
I *" niooa from Columbus barracks I come with the opening of the Panama, I', country the weather is fair antf under railway are complaining about the!
co'nt'ra they had been binder training Canal. So pleased were these ::en-; i .}. } the Influence of high presspre. careles-r> manner In which children if-
for lIev.' al weeks. The men, all of tlemen with the place that: they wl1lprobably Temperatures have fallen 'consid ra I riding! along East Jackson street get
whom are joung fellows] were worn make another visit here next bly] from Utah and Wyoming: to western iu front of cars as they pass along
out from them: trip and were glad :. f .... Kansas and northern Texas and i that street. It was on this treH that
'ht'n they reached the steamer Po", jear. .. An Elegant Car. '-J'- e In the New England states where I!the IltUa, Caro boy met huch a horrible
which carried them to Fort car Is there has been a decided: Increase In, death a few weeks since
President Thomas's private I I One of the motormen stated yester
casThe IUrran'l of the handsomest and most elegantly pressure: U is considerably warmerover I
I one
( afternoon, that for a time children
recruits will be that has ever the northwest, the upperMissouri i
the several appointed cars LJ." the ) sere careful while at play In the
there I and
companies contains an .no3. '. 0' ;t10 upper Mississippi
to Pensacola. It -
short come ,. '' street, but that they had seemingly -
of the necessary number and : :'f', vallejs Temperatures in Texas]{1 now
.. '
compart- ,
is stated that it will be only a observation section, a dining state- ,. .. ''' ''-. range from 64 degrees at Corpus' forgoten the accident, and vera
furnished -
short time before another party will{ ment and completely! a Christi! to 18 degress \manlJo.. The I' running in front of care and crossing t
h sent here from a recruiting station. rooms, each of the latter having No. 1-WE CAN GO FURTH AND CONQUER THE NATIO."!3. .. Southwestern depression makes the the tracks the same as ever and that
There" are five companies stationed bath, the whole car being lighted bv I conditions favorable for cloudy and unless] something was done another
at the local forts and it Is the intent electricity supplied from its own dynamo No. 2-MAKE THE GREATEST \B"On-S'\YIKG: AND WONDERFUL INVENTIONS.No warmer weather over this ,vicinity to accident was liable] to occur at any
:on to recruit each of these com A steward, cook and porter, and Wednesday and occasional time. He also stated that on Mondayhe
r Eight:
carried and the occupants of this S-THINK OUT ANT MANAGE ALL, COMMERCE. escaped running over a
P-mles- up to its full complement of are showers may be expected. The fresh narrowly
men> hch: will require a number,; as]I palace on wheels are made practically: N'olBUTUIEN WE TRY TO FIGURE OUT AND ABOLISH THE POVERTY OF THE WORLD'WBGO northeast, wind along l the West Floe little boy who was playing with a
many have'been discharged during the as comfortable as, they could, be In Ida coast will shift to southeast", numberof- ta era In the street.O .. '
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TRAVELING MEN Scrofula TRANSPORTING Heartt. -. I I FRttPORTSpecial : 1 _

Few are entirely free from it. FLORIDA LUMBER : fflI
It mar develop so slowly as to cause little if :
any disturbance damn the whole period of Palpitation '
cMldhood. to The Journal.

' TO BOYCOTT It maT then produce dyspepsia, catarrh- CONSIDERED BY RAILROAD COM Freeport Mar. 6Mr. and Mrs. M.

and marked tendency to consumption,before MISSION-TO INVESTIGATE Inulgestion the stoin-. King Misses Carrie. Rutan, May and
manifesting: itself in much cutaneous erup- Wahl and '
ach to expand-swell and Nellie Crooks. :Mrs.: Wn 5-0AND25CEtTSTORt! ?
tion or glandular swelling.It CHARGES AGAINST SEA. puff heart. This (Mrs. Croft Mr. Jas. Blackburn and ,
Is best to be sure that you are quite free up against the Hall returned
family Mr. Mass
from it,and you can rely on crowds the heart and interferes and -
BOARD. Pensacola
fIRETRAPS with Its action, causIng Thursday evening from
:! Hood's Sarsaparilla : shortness of breath palpitation having greatly enjoyed the carnival Housekeepers' Sale Attracting
.to rid you of H rdic&lli&n_ permanently.i of the heart. etc.
Mrs.\ Chas. Monroe has returned .
Accept no substitute but insist on having The Railroad Commission of the Thousands.
JIooU's. Liquid or tablets, 100 Doses $1.OPRA state of Florida will hold an important from a delightful visit to relatives In

Campaign Started in Chicago to meeting on April 2d says the Jacksonville KodolDyspepsia DeFunlak.Dr. D. L. Campbell, who recently They"are coming,they are Seeing, they are buying!: Thousands testi!. it's

L Demand Safer Hotels for ::Metropolis and in connection moved from this place to DePunlak Is the most satisfying sale of its kind they.ever: attended.fOur There's still a ide
for but it's an over on Saturday;
Cure choice you,
HOUSE therewith the following order has visiting here this week.
7 Modern of been issued: Mr. A. B. Adams. of Bo'mfay spent values have never been approached in this section. Kitchen utensils
Knights DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT some time here tb's week. table ware, bathroom necessities,attractive ornaments for the parlor' are now
To the Seaboard Air Line Railway: far lower than the small dealer's wholesale figures.
offered at prices '
Wed- Only the
the Road. ONE ,NIGHT ONLY You are hereby notified that jou takes stra-In the heart, The Ladies Aid Society spent tremendous purchase power of Kress'fifty stores makes this possible.
the off nesday afternoon very pleasantly ana
are charged with haing.by/ officers -
jour and contributes nourishment profitable with Mrs. Everett Jones. I,.( We are selling an immense amount of laces and embroideries, too. The
agents and beeu
t Friday March 9th.The guilty of violation and employees disregard of strength: and health to every Mr. and :Mrs.:\ Wm. Wilson and Mr"* chance to pick from a #6,000 lace and a $50,000 embroidery purchase simply can

- :: Chicago ,Mar. 6.-Western traveling] Chapter 4700 of the Laws of Florida organ of the body. Cures R. E. L. Wilson pad a short visit to pot be passed over
tneu hare started movement to secure Indigestion. Sour all the values by the following:
a Dyspepsia Pt. Washington the latter part of tue You can judge
;. and Rule 3 of the rules governing: the
. Greatest Romantic Actor \
.4 safer hotels. Members of the Stomach, Belching Gas on week. .
transportation of freight prescribedby
,- Illinois Commercial en's Association _in a.. the Railroad Commissioners of the Stomach and all Stomach .An effort *s beins made to organize
liavo agreed constitute themselves troubles. a cirde of the Woodmen of the Worldat I
State of In
Florida this: Sale Thursday 9 A. M.
- a body of fire Inspectors with roving On
place with every prospect of
you on February 21, A. D,
I.conmisions to see that fire regulations Mr. James O'NeillFirst
4 observed In all hotels In 1S06 did decline and refuse to act as Denova, Iowa. '
- arC .
carrier Three I affJctid ir. and Mrs. Ea-nest Adams have
to was
common lumber
; !'which dangerous! they conditions stop and are to "kick"discovered.when Only and Positively Farewell and shingles from Columbus transport Fla. offered with indigestion years! ago so much shst I gone to Beal's' to reside and the'r I Embroideries Sensational]
was ia After friend here w ?h th' m all
: continual pain. ea lag
Tho West Hotel fire In Minneapolis Tour of jou at Columbus Fla.. by the pror-erltYI I
,Columbus Lumber Company,.for trans- my heart was eifected and I had in their new home.
started this movement and the Illinois lOc
I portaUon.I smothering sensations. Two bottles We regret to learn that Mr. Wley Sale- a yard
traveling men have already heard:
from Iowa and other associations that Monte Cristo)I That you on February ,22, A. D. of Kolol cured me. Tucker who has been suffering:: with I

t the campaign for safer hotels will 1906, did decline and refuse to act as ALBERT LAMM.dollar la grippe. United Is no better.A. One-half million yards I It was a tremendous purchase and it v2:;
States postal Inspector
:have the support of the traveling THE PLAY HE MADE FAMOUS common carrier to transport lumber t--4 bottle contain 2ltimes made be a tremendous sale. The great chance was offered us over a
and an officIal visit to Pt. Washington : away
shingles from
l'la. offered
brotherhood Columbus
everywhere.The I as much as the trial or SOc '
West Hotel was of the so-called PRICE'S' -25C to $1.50. you at Columbus Fla., by the mite Prepared at the Labratonr ot and Freeport and apparently: ]I Europe. We took it. It'syour chance now.
"slow-burning" order but it dia' not i, Columbus Lumber company, for trans- E.C.DeWitt A Co. Chicago, u.s.A. found the offices In ,a satisfactory 1 175 different styles! Think ofiti! Good proportion 18 inches.,
slow enough to prevent the death of Seats on Sale Wednesday at noon. >n. condition at both! places. I I some 25 inches in ,width! The line is stupendous 1 Here are a f fa

- eight people. six of whom were travelIng ----_. .-- That jou on February 23, A. D. We understand* that 'he s'eam! examples, actual, honest 50c. and 75c. values, for tOe a yard.
1906. did decline and refuse to act "Gus Shammer of Whl:field was burned : ,
i men. It Is not this sort of "tiret as UAKMLI6Ready
Widths that make woman surprised.Embroideries in
Wedne ht' every ci
on day I: 1
common carrier lumber
to transport
proof" hotels that tha commercial
. z travelers demand. They promise I and shingles from Columbus Wa, offered at all hours to. answer callsto :Mr. W: F., Graves president of the I ceptional widths, new, handsome and attractive. You know y ourscU

I, their patronage to proprietors of the i I i McDAVID J :you at Columbus Fla., by the any part of city. First c'ass! in Graves-Tatom Co., accompanied by that on such occasions we have been forced to lock the doors. This C

: steel and fireproof-tile type of hotel I Columbus Lumber Company for trans every respect. Fast and gentle horses his brother weN down from DeFuniak is a word to the wives.

In'view of the fact that traveling men portation. .!:*j and pol.te: drivers. Phone No. 185. on Wednesaay.' Many neat designs for children's garments also.
form the largest element in hotel That you, on February! 24, A. D. George K. Faulk. !Mr. D W. Burke was down on busi- with 11-inch scroll
25 inches deep embroidery fancy raised
ness for the W. S Keyser Co. the ,
prosperity It Is not unlikely that their 1906 did decline and refuse to act as ,
Special to The Journal.
campaign will toe the beginning of ant common carrier to transport lumber earlier part of the week. daisies, open-work border, fine muslin body, actual 75c. value.

era of fireproofbuilding.. such as noV filled'McDsuid.his usual Mar 6.-Rev. N. Baggett and shingles from Columbus, 11a., of. Columbus Lumber Company C for trans. Mrs. Sephen! Wesley of Pt. Wash. 18 inches deep with 7-inch embroidery, open-work scalloped fi b.

other agency has toen able to bring M. EL church last appointment Sunaaj" at the fered you at Columbus. Fla.. by the portation. Ingtonspent: 'Thursday here shopp'ng. ures with half-inch beading, full 60c. value.

about." Mr. Columbus Lumber Company. for trans That jou on February 28, A, D. 17 inches deep with 7j} -inch embroidery, raised snow balls with '
Williams of
"In hotel most of the Psnsacola.
fire -
any people portation. 1906. did decl'ne and refuse to act as La
arid Pneumonia. 60c. value.
-inch beading
visited (
t. : whose lives are endangered are home folks Sunday last. That }; ,
you on February A. D. lumber
common to
carrier transport
traveling men," said the president ol Mr.\ and :Mrs. Marvin Bowman were 1906. did decline and refuse to act as and shingles from Columbus Fla.. offered Pneumonia often follows la grippebut 17 inches deep with 7#-in h embroidery, diamond and oval open-

the Illinois! Association. "We spend L callers in Flomaton last Saturdaythe common carrier to transport lumber you at Columbus. Fla.. by the never and follows Tar.< It the cures use of la Foley'sHoney work with heavy raised cherries, exceptionally handsome designs, I

most of our nights in hotels and have guests of Mrs. Roberson. and shingles from Columbus 1<'1a., of. Columbus Lumber Company for trans- coughs and grippe 75c. value.
pneumonia and
- I a right to demand greater sat ty. Possibly 'Mr. and Mrs. J.V.. Bowman fered at Columbus Fla.
you by the portation. consumption. Ask for Foley's Honey Innumerable other varieties in narrow and exceptionally handsome -

need for many such doubt a raalcal if: there movement.Is sufficient Of were and Monday.Mrs.callers. in Atmoro last Sunday Columbus Lumber Company, for trans :And the Railroad Commissioners of and Tar and refuse any substitute'of and ,elaborate designs. Many just suited for children's '

i three four hotels in a good sized portation. the State of Florida, hereby give you fered. Mr. G. Vacher. of 157 OsgoodSt.
i iu,1 city, it or will be difficult to determ1n R. J. Bowman met with a very That \ you, on February 26. A. D notice that said commissioners will ., Chicago writes: "My wife had a garments. _ _
ir :which Is the least protected. The9L' painful accident last wsek while performing 1906 did decline and refuse to act as meet In their office in the city of Tal. severe case of la grippe three years f

f rule obtains the country through !even some home duties. She fell common carrier to transport lumber lahassee Fla., at 10 o'clock a. m., on ago and it left her with a terrible
lu states where strict laws coveringthis from a ibench and received injuries and shingles from Columbus Fla., offered the 2d day of April A. D. 1906 to consider cough. She tried a bottle of Foley's On Sale Thursday 3 P. M.
frn subject are found on the statutes. which may prove serious. you at Columbus. Fla. by the and take action upon said Honey and Tar and it gave her immediate -

} 1 There are noW Jaws enough and it: :Miss Julia Bowman returned from Columbus Lumber Company for trans charges and that )"OU, the said Seaboard relief. A 50 cent bottle cured

b up to us; to stir them into action. Fensacola some few days ago where portation. Air Line Railway will then and her cough entirely." Refuse substi Table Oilcoth-Exceptional! Value.
-?i :Already the campaign has won its she attended the Mardi\ Gra.s and also T.hatou.. on the 26th day of February there have an opportunity to be tutes. W. A. D'Alemberte oVuggist .

converts and individually the travelers visited friends and relatives.. She In- A. D. 1906. did decline and refuse heard by said commissioners, and 'to and.apothecary.'J In plain and fancy pattern 48 inches wide usually sold for !5c, Kress' t

e TV 111 boycott hotels that do not provide tended leaving for Mobila but was delayed to act as common carrier to show cause. If any you have why the price. 10c _ _
protection. on account of her mother's accident -tr'ansport lumber from the 171-ml'e said commissioners should not fix and -

i post on the western divis'on: of your impose upon you a penalty for each yard.On
'Miss Minnie Br 'wton and Mrs. L. line in Florida. offered you at 171-mile offense of not more than five thousand II I I DcfUNUK Ii Sale Friday 9 A. M. I
C. Bowman last visited :Mrs. C. Hall in I IWiggins post by .W. :M.: Gates for trans :>rta' (S3.000) dollars. :

Sleep impossible Wednesday.' tion.That Done and ordered by the' Railroad
}1rs. W. P, Bowman was a. callerat you on February 27. A. D. Commissioners of the State of Flori
the convict camp last Sunday, 1906 did decline and refuse to act as da, in session at their office in the Enamelware I
l where Mr. Bowman is guard. common carrIer. Special to The Journal.
to transport lumber
Tallahassee Fla., th's 3d :
with scratching ,Mrs. Joe Harper of Olive called on t and shingles from Columbus Fla., of- ol March.'A. D. 1906. day DeFunlak. Mar. 6.-A 'reading room .

Mrs. IPeebles In McDavid last Sunday. fered you at Columbus Fla., by the JEFF B. BROWNE. Chairman. for Company K, Florida State Troops Opportunity Extraordinary ;
Mr. Jas. White of Brswton is visiting will be opened: in a few days which
Attest R. C. DUNN
Eczema diseased relatives near :McDavid, at pres ; will fill a. long felt want and will 'assist In 1003, our' tinware and enamelware purchases amounted to
ent. Other Orders Issued. In keeping the together
company t
$26,735.00 ; in 1905 we paid one concern alone over $100,000. These
Miss Cora Brewton the The' commission its
was guest promoting growth.
has also issued an :
of Miss Julia. Bowman last Saturday order that the Atlantic Coat Line The Womans Town Improvement figures speak for themselv.es.Ye have developed the most attractive .

; i feet and ankles. nisht: : change the.schedule of its passenger Association which has the hearty: cooperation .trade in, 50 Southern cities in this line during the past three

Rev. IJT.. Fillingim will preach at train No. 80.,so that it -will: leave Tampa of the Town Council and years and it is our intention to double the purchases for 1906. We

Ray's chapel next Sunday. T-- ArclayA every day at 8a.m. and arrive at thg; progress'Ve: business men of our will do this by giving unsurpassed values. It is unnecessary to enumerate -

Read what this Indianapolis man Mr. R, J. Bowman killed some very Sanford at 12:40 p. m. An order was city gave their third afternoon reception these items because they cover every kitchen want, and if you
, last week. residence of L.inith.
J cays and believe that this is fins! hogs dopeeo also Issued to the Atlantic Coast Line at the Mr. L. .
more Everybody seems to be busy %: The association was formed for
very ShrankQuarter to proceed: at once to erect at Kissim- "Watch Kress' Windows" t
medicine talk. to begin !planting.We the of entertaining
getting ready: mee a transfer hoist of sufficient purpose welcoming and
are delighted to learn that :Mr. SheARROW' pac'jty! ca- : visitors to our beautiful Htl-e: you will be sure to see items that know no competition in the blue:
to transfer: any and all loaded
Ira Brewton of Mississippi expect, to cars necessary for the transaction of city and Is helping;: wonderfully iu and white mottled enamelware which has been on the market onlv\ j

spend quite a while with us. the business to and from the Florida building up and ,bringing in welcome a few years. The steel bases are covered with three coats of' absolutely :

Midland Branch and to complete the additions'to our population.Letter pure, hard enamel under a secret process, and finished with a
Cured Consumption.Mrs. IS Cents cads 2 for 25 Cents same by May 1st.
brilliant, rich, ,white coat decorated on the outsid with dark blue .
.. B. W. Evans.
Matrri/ ace::and Monarch and mottled effects. ,
: SkvU. to Mothers gray wavy
Kan., writes My husband lay sick for'
three months. The doctors said. he Come early for the pickings values up to $1.50, at(each piece) 25C ;
had quick consumption. We procured MI I VI.V ]

a bottle of Ballard's Horehound Sy- j ALL.PENSACOLA WOMEN SHOULDBE
rup, and it cured him. That was I -- I
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On Sale
six years ago and since then We ha"p -- INTERESTED IN THIS Friday P. M.
always kept a bottle in the house. We

cannot do without it. For coughs and Special to The Journal. LETTER.Mrs. Kress Floor and Stair Carpet 2.0)0 yards value 35c. this sale 10c yd-

colds,it has no equal. 25c, 50c and Jl.Sold Millviaw. Mar. 6.-Captain Rufus I .
by all druggists. Kee of Soldier Creek Ala.,
yesterday: with his launch and cam carried up C W Sumo of Canton. Ohio. On' Sale Saturday 9, A. M.

3IV aown a load,of freight for Mr. Robert writes: "I wish I could induoa every
4 N lBdl&n!&polls.Ind.if ay i1 n IDOL AltO I L. Randolph. other who has a weak, sickly child
L .: Abont twa yena a I had a bad CAM of.es p r ALA. II IISpc Captain G-orge Randolph and Mr. to try that delicious cod liver preparation Giant Sale Ribbons
I n my hando. later broke out on my tee' Robert Randolph passed through hero Vinol. Our little daughter was
mkles. Nobody knows what suffered as I
lay awake at night trying to devise some war to j2sterday. on their way to Perdido pale,thin and sickly. She had no appetite -
keep from Bcratcblxiff the diseased places. Beach., and no ambition.
I tried physicians. but sol little or no relief. X A $43,000 Purchase !
, p ,, tried patent remedies with like Items Mr. Noble of Montgomery.,
.r:: "
.t,!4 l to ueedIotrabotUSotftD.D.feel it waa almost Incurable The effect was In ot lal to The Journal.ffiloo went down to Perdido Beach last

toe first application waa worth many I ] Ala., Mar. 6.-Rev. W. F, week accompanied. by his little son
'i-i; price of one botUo. I continued using IX t'A.'R Martin of Laurel Hill preached a and spent a few 'a"s there getting Yes we do surprise often and
very are
r. tor six weeks ana I was completely cured. his you we
r I hare never bad any signs ot recurrence ot interesting sermon to a larga congregation summer horn? in readiness for his
4 i'i U>disease. % Sunday night at the new Masonic family who will come down .in the' going to do it again-and right now. We have been
1 u. 1t1OrsaeStreet. DENnY KITCIIELr.." ha.ll.Everything. early summer. Mr. Noble returned

- J, Such misery now cleared away as surely In all departments of home Thursday last. working a quarter of a year on this great ribbon
as the sun shines above. Not merely] attempted the business of the Florida and Alabama _. Mr. A. D. Carter and Mr. Chas.
.r not a matter of improvement merely,- Land Company is getting an ex,: Kupfrian were visitors in Pensacola offer. We have kept eight looms busy for three
4', not a temporary relief-but a clearing of it tra hustle on this week tea.ms. trains! Friday.Mr.
, all away absolutely and permanently. The and mill are all running full time and: Whist or Euchre Eugene Davis and 'Mr. Kegb months; we have spent $43,0001 I This is the biggest,

,l D. D. D. Prescription a specific for- over. I were visitors in Pensacola yesterday,
I 4 mula. put up in sealed bottles with authentic Some of the patrons of the our public ,Mrs. Rogers of Mary Esther rsturn- single ribbpn purchase we have ever made. There
, 4 Ubel at $ bottle has be school have seemed to be Prizes
l.OOper proven to very ed
home Wednesday
c $1, the only certain cure for these diseases. Its careless about sending their childrent to her son here. a week'svisit are many examples in this lot of Kress' triple values.
tecord of cures is astonishing,. amazing. -> school.! They l toon't seem to have
) almost miraculous. It is a liquid used a word of complaint against the! Even the "booby" prizes costing; 'Misses Mollie Frankie. and Winnie '4&1.

i externally, non-greasy. teacher not performing duty prop twenty-five cents or less be foundin tome Walker of Caswell Ala.. returned High,grade taffeta ribbons, extra wide widths, all colors,
can Friday after a pleasant'vJg1t
but just don't send their
, erly chil DAUGHTER OT
C. W-STUMP.; .
I WE PROVE IT. dren. At the same time they can see our shop in great variety. with Miss Sybil: Wheat. very finest taffeta :. -. 15c a yard

all around them not only in chIldren Mrs. Lee Klnmon. of Pine Barren.
. I To convince you we have arranged but grown up people the 'effects of The more costly things for the Fla., spent yesterday with Mrs. Robert ; Taffeta satin ribbons, narrow and wide widths fine
' with the D. D. D. Co., so that any sufferer idleness and neglect and part of it principal abundant ;Walker. Mrs. Walker accompaniedher "We tried various medicines but ,
from any skin disease can get traceable to their parents. It seems prizes are and home and will remain several without any benefit whatever and she quality ScaM lOca yard
direct from the D. D. D. Co.'s laboratory -that some had rather their children Choice-and suitable for both sexes. days.: cculo! not take cod liver oil or emul-- '

i a large free sample bottle of D. "ould" grow up in idleness and Ignor Mr. Briant has gone to Lockhart to sions. as they nauseated her and upset Taffeta satin ribbons wide widths yard
:- D. D. prescription together with 33 ance than to send them to school tJ A fashion note says practical accept the position of engineer at the her stomach. very 15c and 20c a

. ]page new pamphlet on skin disease where they may learn something and things have the call-we're supplied mill there. 'Mrs. Briant will join him "LearnIng that Vinci contains all
L and free advice on your particular make useful men and women. Some in a few najs. the medicinal and; strength-creating Baby ribbon, all silk, white, green,blue, pink, heliotropeand
case from the world's greatest skin cannot 03 expected to be much but I with practical or novel, many items :Mrs. Geo.. Morrell\ and :Mrs.: Will properties of cod livsr oil, but without all
specialist! there Is great room for Improvement combining both, features most Tanton were visitors in :Mlllvtew last the nauseating and system, clog-; up-to-date grades, regular lOc quality, 10

.,. HOOTON'S PHARMACY. along right lines. cleverly. week. !glng oil we decided to try it, and the yards to the piece -. lOc a piece
SAMPLE COUPON take:it and it gave her a hearty '
Serfon appetite
(Mail this Promptly) The Original. February clearance prices prevail While ,- the color returned to her cheeks PIctures Special oval; gilt .Ll*' lawn turnover cor:
-DT b7: :bT CO.:-Medical' Department Foley & Co.. Chicago, originated even to the smallest bits of bric-a- take themselves a great many; persons probablJ" and she is stronger and in bettsr frame, 15 in. by 19 "'dwi... lars with raised design

'-M 116-120. Michigan St., Suite 364 Honey and Tar as a throat and lung brae. too seriously enter health, than she has been for years. in. 20 colored' subjects. ojUOIl&rS scalloped and squaredgcS
Chicago. I remedy and on account of the great : taming an altogether exaggerated opinion "I 'cannot say enough in favor of Very attractive each C naddow and wide, very handsome lOG(
Please send me free prepaid a I merit and popularity of Foley's of their ability and worth not this'delic'ous! cod liver oil preparation .
f large size sample bottle of D. D. I Honey and Tar many imitations are many nowadays go to the extreme for :weak puny children." Special Chinaware
D., pamphlet and consultation I offered for the genuine. These worth c9 1 I length of the Gerxnaa whose the. .Eng! A member of the firm of W. H.

blank. For .,.. years I have : Ifss imitations have similar sounding k1Ofli i lish poet Coleridge met at Frankfort White & Co, our local uggiste.. says Fine decorated china table ware, white and gold docorations,
been afflicted with a skin disease names. of them. The genuine He always took o2 his tit .when' ht "We have never sold a medicine In
I Foley's Honey and Tar is in a yel 107 PALAFOX STREET heavy Grecian border, consisting of tea cups and saucers, Saxon
equal to Vinol
store for
called....... .and. have never used ventured to speak of himself. Wet our puny
D. P. D. low any substitute package. Ask It Is for the it best and refus* :eEN O. this practice: to become general what children weak old people 'sickly shaped plates, ,cups' .and. saucers, creams, oatmeals; all match

Name. .. .. .... ... .. .. .., .. II for cough and,colds. W. A-. IKAlem remedy I 'f' number of people would be permanently women: and children.. Why don't and make.handsome} sets -" each IOC

,- .. Address. .. .. .., .. ." .. .. ".. berte, druggist and apothecary. bareheaded you WhIte try.It&; Co.on druggists.our guarantee- W. H. -


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I Will REMAINGernlan CONFESSED TO A Time When Women- Are Susceptible* to Many

Dread Diseases-Intelligent Women

I : Have your cake muffins and tea biscuit Preparefor -
I HERE I it. Two Relate their Experiences.

I'I'I F 4 home-made. They will be fresher, MURDER the The most"change critical of life"period is

I I cleaner of a woman's existence COQ oottCa' '
and wholesome. ,Ore
I tasty and the anxiety felt by 4l r r awomen Q

Here Are the' -tut,reran Congregation : Royal Baking Powder helps the housewife After Pleading Guilty to Crime Fell is not without as it draws reason.near 0e 0 R ; 4' ,t 5' 0

Every woman who e
last Night Dachned d to Allow l to produce home and in Faint and Later Became neglects the care of her ''
at quickly economically ( health at this time in- e 3 r
Styles for Him to Leave. Yites disease and pain 0

fine and tasty cake, the raised Hysterical.New When her system i is in Rte- '
a deranged condition, = .o

Spring Rev. J, F. W. R'nehardt: ,the beloved hot-biscuit, puddings, the frosted layer-, York Mar. 6.-'Berthe Clayche, or:apoplexy she is predisposed or congestionof to C.O1'_ kz. ,.+dl 11
}t', *
of the
the tendency
German Lutheran -
T. .<. \ValKlnsCoat.thedouble churchill remain in Pensacola.. cake crisp cookies crullers crusts and the young French woman who is any is organ.at this period L-, ?,
charged with murder and who' has likely to become active C. 1t" S >a=.- e
Rrpa- ,it Sack and the Single-( This was settled last night when the J been on trial for several days in the -and with a host of nervous / "" ? {. -v.-
muffins with which ..
Coat. food
1-4-.1: : congregation of the church beld a ready-made Supreme. Court, today withdrew her irritations make o ; ; '{ n

THIS IS THE WHOLE STORY meeting at the home of J. M. Pfeiffer I I, plea of not guilty and entered a pleaof life a burden. At this e.t' =, ;a a
found at the bake-shop does time also cancers and
HIf't/ your taste and to take some action as to whether or or grocery guilty of manslaughter in the first tumors are more liable /
your '
HOTdecide\ which Is suitable not )Ir. Rinehardt should stay in Pen not degree. This action wa3 the result ota to form and begin their .p

fc- jour use. sacola or accept the pastorate offered compare. conference between District Attorney destructive Such warning work. symp- o 'off;

The main! : point to remember him in New Orleans. Jerome and the defendant's _
of suffocation
Royal is the of bakeday.helps. coun- toms as sense o
15 i011 want the best-come: ''Some time'since the pastor receiv greatest sel. ,hot flashes headaches '
on. '''e best Is. backaches, dread
ed a call from the s.t.'John.s No ,
Lutheran sooner had she entered the plea
t rasa;i i received big; shipment of of impending evil timidity + : p0
St>'tn-Boch' Clothes.WTHIESEnVoBUILDl. church of New Orleans, but he could ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK. of guilt than she fell back in a faint sounds in the ears .. .tt _

not consider the same without placing and when she recovered consciousness palpitation of the heart, pin a

I IC'TAJ1DARDfi'.nTHTt it before his congregation. This I became hysterical and her sparks before the eyes 00' i
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I he did. but the congregation would' I shrieks were heard throughout the cor- irregularities, constipation 001110 !
G(if not listen I ridors of the building. All efforts to variable appetite, Diep t ioRO/Oti/00/0
to his departure. Later a I I weakness, inquietude, 0
I { second call came from the same PASSENGERS ASE'KICKING POWfl TON quiet her were ineffectual and she and dizziness are c
] an
J was carried back to her cell in the rj
church promptly heeded by J
and Rev.
Rinehardt! 'made a Tombs. Sentence wIll be pronouncedon women who are, 09
trip to the pe 0017ee01e0Qasas0l/OOIIt1000/OOE
Crescent City to ascertain March 29. approaching the periodin
,....._ '
whether or not he would like for adric and .net4'
to be- life when woman's great wrote you conun ;
I come a resident of that city. ON l I Harsh physics react, weaken the may be expected. nt with Lydia C. P lkbam's Vega fc

Il l FLORIDA CURIOSITIES. Last night the congregation held a Special to The Journal. I I bowels, cause chronic constipation.Doan's Lydia E. Knkham' Compound to that a all!* you those directed distressing, and I ant

'I 'd' and Stuffed Alligators! ready meeting to take final action which Powelton, Fla., )Iar. 6.-Mr. and,o Uegulets operate easily! tone pound was prepared to meet left nut say and I hare pawed safely throe cynp g..

10 ,'tipnient.uiun they did, refusing to allow him to de- Mrs. C. F. Jennings of Muscogee I the stomach cure constipation. 25c. of woman's system at this change of life a well woman. I aiq
i wood canes.1th alligator part. Mr. visited I, Ask your druggist for them. period of her life. It U'Dending your medicine all ray\;
;e Rinehardt is well pleased :Mrs.: Jennings' mother :Mrs.: J.
'.. v.ith DUSTWhich strengthens the female -Mrs.Annie E.O.Hjlaod,Chetter-
11 tea 'c. Pensacola and is glad to remain I H. Mullms last week. They returned Md.
an:' Wood :Novelties Leather Goods a for the pa't fifteen years durIng Mr. C. F. Jennings and James For special advice regarding Another Woman's Case.
;tleciall\, ". ; which time he has been pastor son portant period women are change of life words cannot ex
MRS C. N. McCLURE, 'cf the local church. attended the funeral of Mr. Jv B. Welch ACROSS FLORIDAWILL write to Mrs. Pinkham at Lynn what I suffered. My physician -said I

Opera House Building I His many friend In Pensacola will Covers the Seats of the 'Yednesda>'. and it will furnished a...cancerous One day condition I read some of of the the female testis I '
Mrs IHnote of
M7 )E. Government St. Pensacola. Fla. be pleas- l when they learn that he is Philip Brewton' Ala. of charge. The present Mrs. of women who had been cured h
i I to continue to'make his residence daughter of .Mr. Welch reached here is the daughter-in-law of Lydia nerv"I E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
-- -- I here. I Cars, and Say It Wednesday but too late for her REACH ACROSS PENINSULA ham, her assistant before her decided to try it and to write you foe
----k.: ifafiher's! funeral. Mrs. Ilinot? was and for twenty-five years *. Your medicine made me well ,
WHITE, I I Accidents will Should Be Remedied. accompanied by her daughter any: son FROM TAMPA TO ST advice has been freely given and all my bad symptom soon
Jeweler : happen, but the best .
Watchmaker. Manufacturing Mr and Mrs. Chas., Manning.Mr. women. wise
regulated families keep Dr. Thomas' -- LUCIE. every woman at this period of life
and Graduate Optician. }
Eclectr'c! Oil for such emergencies. It and Mrs. Williams of Montgom Read what Lydia E. your medicine and write you for ad.
30() S. Palafox St., Pensacola, Fla. subdues the pain and heals the hurts. Kicks galore are now being heard ery. Ala., visited their grandmother pound did for Mr*, llyland "-Mr*. Luzie Hinkle Salem. Ind.
Mrs. Bell this week. inkle: Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
'-- -- by the patrons of the Street Railway The next big thing for Tampa did for Mrs. Hyland and
Quite a number of people Dear Mrs.PinkhamI
Sees a PlnB.lal ct.... Company and it is all caused by the from attended young promises to be an electric road builtacross : Hinkle it will do for other women
Mardi "
TERSELY TOLD hers Gras In bad been suffering with
Jacob H. Set iffthe, New York financier filthy condItion' of the seats, which are P. sa.oola. :: the peninsula from Tampa to the organs for yean and was passing time of life.

who recently attracted wide attention usually covered with dust and dirt Miss Sabra Hardy and sister Mattie Santa Lucie. This seems to be no pa. the change of life. My abdomen has conquered pain, restored
per scheme since Mr. Bon Durrant, of swollen stomach was sore I and prolonged life in cases that
; my ;
R Leon Jones of Seminole. Ala.,' by predicting that unless our
; especially late in the afternoon when Mr. Fred Hardy and .Ir. Will Wilson New York who was recently in Tampa spells,sick headaches,and was very baffled physicians.
was among' the business visitors in currency system Is reformed a panic spent last Saturday at D Funiak.1lr. .
the cars have been in use all day. stated that be intended going over Lydia E. Plakham's Yeittable Compound Succeeds Where others faiL
the city )esterd y. I I may ensue! Is the bead of Kuhn Loeb ., and Mrs.' O. M. Mullins,of Mus- '
Yesterday afternoon one of the cars the territory between Tampa and Sanjta -
S. S. Lightman is in Nashville, & Co.. one of the most powerful bankIng cugee visited their mother Mrs. J. H. Lucie with a view to deciding -- -- -- ----- -; --- -- - -- ----- --- ---- ---

where he went to spend about ten Institutions in the country, Mr. :was boarded by a gentleman resillug Mullins Tuesday and We besday. '' the practicability of such a road, and "

days \uin relatives.' j Schitrs statement wan:! particularly noticeable on East HilL The car appeared .Mrs. J. II. Mulfcns was business',i Las returned from such a trip says THE GREAT TEXAS BILL .

Rev. J. F.V.. R'nehardt: will con-I!I because of his well known as though it had not been touched visitor to Pensacola!: Thursday. the Tampa Herald.

duct English lenten services; tonight j)conservatism in financial matters. with a duster,for weeks and when the Miss Annb Jordan of Pensacola has Mr. Bon Durrant stated that the ,
Mr. Schiff favors increasing the elasticity returned to her home accompanied by for the construction
u 1:10:: o'clock at the German-Luthe-j gentleman struck the carpet seat with prospects of the
of our circulating medium but her'grandmother.. Mrs. J. B. Welch road contemplated are excellent. He
an church. j
I his cloud'of while
hand a' dust arose, and Saphrona Welch. says: that the capital needed in the WILD WEST!
Among the Milton visitors to Pen] Is opposed;to the recommendation of to place the. hand on the side of the construction is, secured and that the

,aeola: yesterday wereV.. W. Harrison -i the secretary of the treasury made In car was to_leave the full} imprint of it Joke Wa I only question that is unsettled is the
and W. D. Jerni an. I I his report to congress dated l'o'6., on BrnffflC. location And World's best Riders will exhibit atTHURSDAYMAROH
on the side. For. a lady in a white or I Some years ago in Alabama one of of terminals. i Rough
The fishing schooner Minerva or J, 1903 to permit national: banks to issue light colored dress to take a seat in ', Since being in this section the promoter
the most talented lawyers practicing In
the fleet of Saunders & Co. arrived in a volume of additional government such a car meant that the dress wouldbe has visited Arcadia and Bar-
port yesterday with a catch of 1.800 guaranteed currency
-nappers. to 50 per cent of the bond secured currency was suggested; that the authorities but he had a peppery temper, says Lip- with immense crowds wh. turned out ,

I I maintained by them but subject! compel the company to keep their cars plncott's Magazine.. to hear the' plans of'the;company that
T. H Rogers, of Florala, was here I i to a tax of 5 or G per cent until re- in better condition and that they Not only did Colonel Bragg's disposItion is interested in the, project. / While In T--- -- 1
;psterdaj; on a short business trip. could Bartow he contracted for ay ".1--
do them large
II f deemed. easily so toy cleaning involve him from time to time In a portion .a
J. L Sowell, Jr., a prominent cltln -. Referring to this recommendation he out each night, and the next day sta. serious of the ties needed for the con-
differences with his
I ?*- of Brew ton, was In Pensacola yes-'! said: "I don't want 1t to be understoodthat tion a man on Palafox wharf to brush colleagues struction. Last week one of the most
I b'rday, I off the seats hurriedly which could but it also'led him to break off amica- extensive contractors in South Florida
j I am in favor of the recommendation. -
easily be done as all cars remain ble relation,) with a Judge llobl'nsOIl, a was in Tampa and stated to a Herald NX4'Y
if you employ people it is Important I think it is a very poor recom- there for 'a few minutes. 'Besides! If most estimable Jurist, who while presiding representative that the prospectsfor '
for> you to read the "situations want- mendation. I believe if our banks are
the duster was used on every trip I 1 1 over a'suit in which Bragg was an electric road through his sec-
I'd" ads every day-even if you rarely permitted to issue GO-pel' cent of their Interested tion were exceedingly bright.
very little work would be necessary I] had by his decision Incurred
nauge or add to your force. j' present circulation without security when a, car made the round trip. The:, tbo resentment of the advocate. So for ')Ir. Bon ,Durrant states that the .: .

E A. DeFuniak, general freight that it will go Jnst where It ought not same could apply on other lines. # long time the colonerdeclined even tot questions of franchise are the chief .4 1 ii

agent of the Louisville and Nashville' to go-!it' will fro Into speculation. Le As the summer season is appro.1ch-1 matters to' be settled before actual
x uh headquarters at Montgomery,was gitimate business, the merchant and ing when the dust and dirt will be I work is begun on the road. He states 2 ,

m the cit, esterday looking after the'oUSlDt'SS the manufacturer, caanat stand a tax much heavier than at present it would that the project has been consideredfor M

i of the road. I of 5; or G per cent on additional circulaI be well for the company to make some a number of years and that only _

I I lion but :speculation can stand It, and arrangement and not compel the pas- recently have the plans been consum I' it

Moses; Lischkoff lefit last night of Cln1e i' the promoter' will pay it, and it will go sengers to clean the seats with their I mated.
:nnan and other northern cities to clothing.A ,As to the terminals it has been
Just where It ought not to go. But we
nurehase a stock of shoes for his newPeople's |I practically settled, according' to Mr.
elasticity of cir-
have our
to an
Shoe Store" at :32: West ought medium"Tillman GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES 1 I Bon Durrant, that the terminal: on the
Government street He expects to'lwn culating east coast will be at Santa Lucie. His
Itching Blind Bleeding ProtrudingPiles. t
for business about March 13.; Druggists are authorized to re- said that at this point a natural harbor

There will be a meeting of the Pen'ilt"lla -I I to cure in 6 to 14 days 50c. exists and that with the expend
Tourist Frank. Gainesville;. W. A. ture of a comparatively small,amount,
Club this afternoon at
Howell, New Orleans. t one of the finest deep water harborson
;'" o'clock at the Chamber of Com- _Ex-Govsrnor Hogg's Funeral. 4aw Vt
the Atlantic seaboard be
can se-
mT r rooms. A full attendance is Mrs. Anna Hamile and MrsSarah Austin. Texas Mar. 6.-The funeralof 1 / cured. t ,-

desired as matters of importance of Mrs. J. Dennis Governor Hogg took place
may a f. Moore, sisters yesterday -] Mr. Bon Durrant stated that the terminal IIf.
come before the meeting. Wolfe who havs ben visiting here and was largely atteDd j,} SIIY 4
on the west coast still
1 r 1J was an
Rev S B. Williams and for several weeks leave here Tuesdayat thousands coming from the border} question, 'but that
wife of of open :Tampa was t P r
for"Iobile, where they will and central sections Texas.
a\nesboro. Miss. reached the city noon j .. qtEZ } the logical point for deep water facil! ;

for.'*st "?r ;once weeks assisting Captain ard the proper encouragement it will be t
-Irs daughter Mrs. Alice Hancock right; an unhealthy man is an l M -
Norris with the Salvation Army :' the terminal but that if proper en- ,
before slave. Burdock's Bitters'
at St. Elmo, Ala., returning py Blood I Ile
work in 'I
Pensacola.Southern couragenient Is not given the termi-
their homes. I builds up sound health-keeps ;
to you
nal will possibly: be at Gulf City,
Hotel) arrivals: B. Black,'I I well. !
where they have assurance that an appropriation of Western Life!
N'-w: Orleans: Wm. Sample. St. Louis; Get the extract that can be relied True Representation
W, A Patterson Hampton D. Ewing Up0nBIue Ribbon Lemon and Vanil Confederate Graves. i would made for deepwater Grand Gala Day for Old and Young. E

:\pYork: C. R. Sundquest, U. S. N.: la. Absolutely pure Goes twice as Washington Mar. 6.-Secretary Taftj In the
discussing territory
Ii TI Gllr(>ath. Atlanta; F. P. Taylorand far and gives desserts the "Blue Ribbon has under consideration the selectionof I through
which the road will pass he stated
wife Chicago; Jas. F. Chunseytl., Flavors. a commiss'oner: to 'VIsit northern with
cemeteries: and Identify and care forth that at present the population is insufficient Improved Seats for 10,000 People Waterproof Canopy

graves ,of Confederate soldiers. to warrant a road for Das- over Audience Only. Brilliantly Lighted Night. ;
senger traffic, but that the freight business
tber the The choice appears to be between ex- "I FELT THAI I lIe SPEAK TO TOC.
I W.YSt.Rem >mo Qmnmsfcnes j eavvsryfcos. Representative Shelley of Alabama; speak to the judge save when it was the would western be enormous.In states .the railroadsare THE ONLY GENUINE CELEBRATED
!JlI Wm. P. Wood or North Carolina and '
: tth El 25c absolutely necessary: In the course of electrifying their locomotives and
aCdd mODe Dr. E. IL Lewis of Virginia.
Day,Crm 2 Don business. the electric raIlroads' are proving Jar COWBOY BANDComposed

-- --- -- -- Finally, however hs: better nature more satisfactory than the old method.

I getting the upper baud Colonel Bragg The road projected would be furnished of Genuine Cow Boys, will at each Exhibition.
,,, ,a,!:ftit1Enm mHm u JZiar ,un.fiawesr i determined to apologize to Judge lob- with the most approved and modern :
o Inson-and endeavor to effect a renewalof rolling stock. Day and Night Discourse all the Latest Classic

The of Some Pianos. q their former comparatively pleasant: The capital represented in the com- and Popular 'Music of the Day.
Beauty relations.: Meeting the judge one afternoon pany promoting this road is sufficient

Jti on the steps of the statehouse, he to carry the project through to a successful .

fi is only case deep. It is easier-to make a pretty case than to put impulsively thrust. ont his band ando consummation. Don't fail to see our Great Historic Street Parade. Will take place ot
it sa'd! : day'of arrival at 10 a. m. By far the most wonderful Street Pageant ever
music into it. A mechanic can do one-the other comes in the ) "See here judgt. let's be friends given upon your streets It is not a Circus Parade, but consists of real

:= realm of art. again. This thing hu gone on long -- Western Celebreties, Tribes of Indians :Mustangs, Bronchos, Vanqueros,
Mexican Burros; traveling as they da( across the Plains
ii The Packard Kranich 6 Bach Lester Mehlin and Clutter Pianos enough:
J '-Why-er-Bragg," asked the judgeIn DON'T

i: not only have beauty of case, but the quality of tone the musician l3 the meekest and' mildest way imaginable THE ONLY WILD WEST THAT WILL VISIT YOU
'..i cares for and it is of lasting quality. The honesty of these Pianos -Simply"what's this the judg matter" continued? the I II THIS SEASON. DON'T MISS IT. 2 Exhibitions

: down in the metal plate and comes on out to the 1:1i and brain with
t begins right fiery Bragg, "I admire you so immensely coffee. Daily at the show grounds. Afternoon at 2,"-

i ij last coat of varnish. We'd like to show these Pianos to you and ; that I cannot for rny life be Night at 8. Rain or Shine. All

i: explain their merits. We can put a Piano in your home on a first ;. content, to remain on bad terms any I I Seats Covered.
.. longer. I felt that I must speak to I
t: .. P08TUM
,! payment of $10-balance easy terms. bi you. -
\\by-er-Brass. piped the judge

;i'::}: Oldest Music Florida and L r" Clutter Music I House( 114-116 PENSACOLA Phone S. PaUfoK 15 St. C ii i't;= "why in the look-er thinnest of-Bragjr.astonishment of voices haven't,on a well you Lit face feigned been.- 10 days will show. NEW METHOD LAUNDRY \

peaking to me?
: :!M:5mi! Im! t1; At this the lawyer wilted. W. LAWRENCE P,**rf *e. Mm d Wail Ramimt 1&1. """ m. 188.



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Kathlnr Steady About It. *
Office*, 108 and 110 Cast I .....4 I Papers on Sale on Trains ud Tom then.-Gruet has a bright thought now !Snlitle FlttfTf. .. CUT GLASSWARE. DR.J.H.MOCKDental

$ Government. Phone 38. and at all News Stands. Jade-Yes: If he ever hu brain fever Itwill "You wont let me skate on this pond i Ii
napped Miss Elderleigh. "Wljy.: you ad .
be intermittent. :
mit it's thick enough to bold a person ii Surgeon.Crown
""That', custodian Fine Stationary.Mail .
true. said the Engravngand
: HBNSAOOUA. FLORIDA. WEDNESDAY MORNING. MARCH 7. 1906() "but jou always. have a.dozen admiring i
thanks foi i and Bridge Work a Specialty
- gentlemen around yon Err
57 ___ t tA the quarter ma'am. i Painless Extracting of Teeth.
; The Impertinence of ;burg Fla-, the first issue of which, Orders Receive Prompt AttentioiI i ii 2&1/2 S. Palafox St.

dated March 3. has just reached TheJournars 7.and 9 Old
Mr. CromwelL _____
exchange table. The paperis
Phone 1077.
William Nelson Cromwell. who edited and published by Willis! B. I
$ i
i E. O. Zadeh Jewelry Co -- ..
seems! to be little more than a figurehead Powell and contains eight pages ,of -

V to shield some powerful interest, six columns each, all home print. The I ( ; MOBILE, ALA. HICKS'

Is coming in for hIS full share of initial number' of the paper indicates CAPUDINE
.. I ; L / .ii H o1& .w..w. R >> w
t criticism on account of his, attitude enterprise!' and Journalistic ability of 1 I c3? IMMEDIATELY CtRXS
high order while .the advertising ''''-' ,
c before the senate committee recently .., I

& convened to Investigate affairs in connection I patronage shows that St. Petersburg Br* tuup

e' with the Panama Canal and merchants appreciate an up-to-date _ IN 6 TO 12: HOUB.J

4 Is probably entitled to It alL The wteefcly. The Journal extends beet, _ _TrIAl Bottle Kt Az Dnit&a

l, ffpl Memphis Commercial-Appeal, which wishes for its success. ABood Habit to Cultivate

has alwas stood for ,decency in all
walks of life is particularly severe U.P1on .-H l->>'
z him and in a recent issue says: *
t Rogers of Standard Oil fame :won't FROM STATE PAPERS.,
answers questions. Rockefeller won't it 111"", Is to Open a Bank'4ccount Joppa Lodge, No. 6, I. 0. 0. F.
'i come into court and :William Nelson Hot Time. Joppa Lodge No.6, L 0. O. F\
Cronrweli impudently defies the sen Mike-Sure, sn' yes: ought to bin over to meets every Tuesday evening at 7,3U
ate. DM houa last nolght. We had a blow- o'clock at Rafford Hall, West GardenSt.

thoksflkethebigtnizthasutthe No Season for Trifling. tut Visiting brethren are cordially in
i law out of business, while the Washington Over 1,500 chickens were killed in i Pat Pwat T was UT Yer wedflln' anniversary An EzeeptI and then add to it early, and often. It vite&T.

A.. bureau whose agent this a wreck near Atlanta the other day.! Mike-No; the gasoline stove. Mrs. Grouty-Whenever a man gets himself gives you a feeling of security regarding H. FLEETWOOD N. G.
1 Into trouble he. Invariably drags a
man. was, seems bent upon On account of the scarcity aa well as: J. W. GINGLES. Sec.IjanGm. .
::1 sitting down hard upon the senate. the high price of chickens this fact woman In after him. your finances that you cannot get .
i :Mr. Qrouty-Oh. I don't know. Etw -
Cromwell i3 a creature of the Panama -should move the railroad officials to about Jonah and the whale? in another way.
.: 'C Jlal. 119 bobbed up. too. in give their trainmen a severe calling Pensacola Lodge. No. 3. K. of P.
the iSan. Domingo matter and it ispossible down. This Is certainly not the season -I m? Our facilities are exceptiohally fine meets every Monday evening at 7:39:

: +A \ ha$ irons In the fire of one for trifling :with the lives of iiI for serving you along any of the lines o'clock at their temporary Castle H.iU
1 or two more of the volcanic republics :11ckens.-Quincy Tunes. over lou stable ,\V. Intendencia St.
p9%: about which, the powers that be seem S ( of modem banking, and shall. be Visiting, brethren cordially welcomed.
: .j sa thoroughly sohcitious. The senate pleased to have business. J. A. KIRKPATR1CK C. C
committee before which Ms examina Too Much Campaigning.A iosT H. HORSLER. K. ol R. & S
tion is being held has exhibited a disposition .: case of too much campaigning: is ///i

,to protect him in his insolence that of Gov. Pattison of Ohio, a Democrat cue.Ratabone Lodge0.: .
t$ to the venerable senator who is, Though elected nearly a year ,, 30. K. of P. meets every
tF' conducting the examination. I ago he has never been able to exer- I d Thursday evening at SP !)
i The inference is bound to be that cise the functions of his office. His L' o'clock in their temporary

:4 the majority power in the senate does I physician now testifies that he has FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF P Castle Hall over Pou ata
l f not want this individual to disgorge! been so weakened In brain and boar: \: p ble. W. Intendencia street
;llH his knowledge of Panama affairs.' by.his illness that he cannot ga"ve any -' Visiting knights are cor.

} When a body like this senatorial committee -' subject continued thought, althoughhe PENSACOLA. FLA., dially welcomed.
S is willing to go to the public is perfectly sane. It is said that J. D. KIRK C. C.

:baffled, badgered and insulted by a his family ,is anxiou.s that he resign, W.H. KKOWI.W.Prea W.K. HTS.JR..'V.-Pres.:and CtaMer. C. J. LEVY. K. of It. & 8.
witness, who Is permittea"! to escape "but he Isn't likely to do so until it T, W.BKIXT and W N.KOBBRTS Asst.Cluh1en.DmEQ'1'OMF. -
Tree of punishment it naturally gives becomes absolutely imperative. It C. Brest. W. A. D.Bloont.Q.Brent.Ho. W.. H. .Knowleo,:W..K. rHyer Jr.. Knights of Columb ..

,' rise to the suspicion that those in control would mean a Republican successor Meetings of the
of the situation prefer this sort in oflSce.---Jacksonville Metropolis. dL Knights of Columbus

4 of humiliation rather than that which SUniversity :e"I-7 are held at their hail
: ,_ No. 8 West Intend
might follow if the witness should be Ca* ,
forced to give the testimony sought. Left Out caLt !;;; cia street, on every;
Xo one doubts the genuineness of Contrary to all reasonable expecta- "%"Md" Monday evening at

t Senator :Morgan's:\ efforts to get at the tion the John B. Stetson University Maude VCatt7-T u era All Intoxicated!. V..Ity.81rt 5 Bow 5S03. 'iry' 7:30 o'clock. Aa :'nvitatlon -

p truth of the matters withheld by at DeEand didn't get a cent from its dare you propose marriage to m, while In 'I V is extended
t Cromwell but unless the committee millionaire founder. John B. Stetson such a condition A ftee.rT QUAtl... C.W.LAMAR. President JOKN PFE1FFEI. AlSlltlRt' Cilhlir.J. to visiting Knights.
changes its ruling and forces this Impertinent who died recently at Lakewood N. J. Lynn-Ah. m' dear. how else would I My daughter ought to make a aucoet .f. CLARK.Vlce-Pretldeirt and Cashier. J.W. ANDREWS Assistant.Cashier. JOHN B. JONES.
witness to answer questions The will wag opened Friday and the ret up courage ay. audacity, to ever fut actresL'Why: EDM. FOX. Grand. KnIO' t.
the public will be convinced that ths estate, estimated at 5000000. was hope-hlc-b lnc worthy of such incomparable sot" Recorder.
majority of the committee have reason left to his family the University getting beauty. magnetism andKaw4TIl. "She baa lost that diamond ring I gavqher THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
l excise* you. a Ow
to dread any 'publicity of the matters I no recognition of any kind. This at CZu-Utrr.ua/, Pensacola LOdge No. 4, 1. O. 0. F.
1',? which this witness keeps GO well and I vill!l ,undoubtedly bo a bitter dlsaopointment Of FCNSHCOLH FL*. Pensacola Lodge No. 4, I. O. 0 /,
to the officials of that institution meets every Thursday evening atJ;
so closely I signed at Berlin, ,Feb. 26. 1888 and DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES.
and at. the hall
It new on West Garto
nay seriously affect !
There Is and has been all along too 'i't
its future. About aear Mr. hence there is no way it could meddle street. Visiting brethren eordiaZf;:
f much dilly-dallying the Panama ago t' ATROCITIES IN THE CAPITAL STOCK, SZ09,D03. SURPLUS, $63,05
over Stetson and; the University trustees CONGO FREE STATE In the affairs of the Congo Free State invited. E. GREENBLATTJ. .

Canal proposition and the people are had. a disagreement because the lat-it If it should'attempt to do so it would DIRECTORS. NEVILLE. Secretary.
gradually coming to believe that the tee refused to put the man of his selection Savannah News.: -
delay in the work at the head of the school and doubtless te snubbed by the Belgium Henry U Covlngton, Frank Rellly, F. E. Browner, Daughters of Rebekah.
commencing an: it was understood then that be would government 'and if it should resent the J. M. Pfeiffer, W. S. Rosasco, C. W. L..mer, Naomi Lodge. No. 10, Daughters ol
,* pushing it to successful completion is do nothing more for that Institution. t1 iI snwb it would be criticised! for tryingto Bryan Dunwody, T. F. McGourin, J. R. aiders, Rebekah. meets every Monday nIt

part of a well defined plan to prevent but a reconciliation was effected and The fitty-sevenwomen' boards of' bully a weak power. The only A. M- Avery W. II.Milton 0. Maura, at 8 o'clock in I, O. O. F. haIl. Vis:t-
Dr. W. J. Hannah
? its construction until such time as all his continued favor was assumed. It W. L. Cawthon, MiKenzle Oertlng ing: slaters cordially invited to b? pres.
Interests that would" be adversely affected is ,sincerely to be hoped that this foreign missions that were in sessionat Powers that can properly Interfere are Alex McGowIn, C. M. Covln ton, M. E. Clark. ent.

splendid school will not have Its use- Nashville Tenn.. this week, and those that si'gned the Berlin conven MRS. PEARL WITKOVSKJ
by the canal have time to (nInes? Impaired by the omission of which adjourned Wednesday, sent the tion. No one of them seems disposed Accounts of Banks, Individuals, Corporatlonsand Firms Solicited. MISS WILLIE KENDRICK Sec

.- "hedge," or, in o words, get In its founder to remember it In his will President a dispatch, urging that everything to do so. Perhaps they are satisfied Four cent Interest Paid on Time Deposits.,
& shape to weather the financial storm -Live Oak Democat. that the people of the Congo Free per M. E. 6. A. No. 81, meets first and
I possible be done to correctthe
which would be caused by the diversion State are getting, along all right, and third Wednesday evening at 730: p.

-1 of trame to the canal route. Judge Locke Needs help. wrongs in Congo. The good women are betngas! well treated as they deserve ,- '---- .-- m., RaJtord Hall', No 10. West Intea-

Mr. Cromwell and others of his ilk Another Federal judge will have to of the conference of missions to be.% But. whether they are ,....4........... ,......O...... .................... dencla street. .
I be sent to, Florida to didn't undertake to find out probably or not the way isn't open for the Unit '* J, 3. REESE. Prasldent. E. W. MENEFBE. ; \ A. G. FELL. Pres.J.
should be compelled to state the true help JUdge. ed States to Interfere. No doubt the L. SWEENEY. Sec.
: R. M. CARY Vice-Presldent.
Locke if the Southern judicial'district whether or not this country could do
,:! facts and the chances are that Senator president would like to gratify the
is to be constantly increased in anything to right the 'wrongs in Con PEOPLE'S BANK (OF [ Cuhler'l i W. O. W.
Morgan If not interfered with, will plaCes of hold terms of court. Miami women of, the missions that met In : THE Live Oak Camp No. 1. W. '.). W.
but having had their
,. eventually force him to answerall will probably be added, th.3 bill hav go feelings stirred Nashville but they will be Informec I Directors-L. J. R eves, S. Reese, W. Ktsaltr., ,R. ) \ meets In Pythian Hall 1st and 3:4
the up by a recitation of the atrocities the president cannot do what theywant' T. A. J. J. Ho ton. month. VJsJtlnj
questions regarding the flinamaOanal ing passed House Wednesday. : W. A. D'Alemberte Jennings, Wednesdays in each
d OcaIa Since the United States has become YOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPBGTPULLTr SOLICITED.B. BOGHICH C C.
are now designate' as court must do something to relieve their A. ,
4J .LOST One balof places.: Judge Locke has already consciences of a charge that'they were great and strong requests to In- 0' ................................ .,. ....... LESLIE E. BROOKS. Clerk.
headed Banctinjonious given the best years of his. life to the terfere in other people's affairs come --,--
'I4 apearing Individual; answers duties of his court, and he Is now not doing their whole duty to the to it thick and fast, and,the presidentseems Woodman's Circle.

fr to the name of John D. Rockefeller overworked, and his health Impaired wretched people who are said to be inclined to grant some of them, W. O. W. C.. Oak Grove, No f,

:tJ! A suitable reward will be 'paid for any by It. A new district and a new judge the victims of King Leopold's rapacityand or to Interfere where no requests have 't.hILTON 12.BUSHKVlJj.GREE Cisuisa..PRESIDU T.MA.NrsnELD.MORDi B.: w rLICS. VICIl-PU8ID1I
I I Information leading to the discovery should also be provided for Florida. greed and so they unl"oaded the been made Just now the Senate Is day 3 p. m2d floor Pythian Hall over
Jacksonville Metropolis trying to- find out whether he acte Citizens National Bank stable. Intendencia street
Pou'a on
of his whereabouts. responsibility: on' the preSident.- Perhaps
S wisely in Interfering in the affairs! of Visiting sovereigns cordially Invrel.!
t he wishes he,In turn had some San Domingo. It wouldn't;) be surpr'.s of PeasaoaU. Florid' Guardian Jin
Politics! in Mrs. Leon.T Langford ;
It i, said,that :Mr. Mlzener the husband Gainesville.The body on whom tp unload 'it. ing if it should decide he acted altogether DnEcr"ns.' Clerk.
I political pot fe.beginning to boil Ceo. 7.Wright. Morris Bar. T.E Welles. Wx M.Robinson. L. Hilton Green: M. B. Olaen.
too in that '
I of the widow Yerkes,. received It has not been many days since Secretary hastily matter. -
and it behooves every. American citizen A GENERAL BAVNfJVC' BUSINESS TR4JVS4CrC0
L $%ooo0 to clear out. The -stdowgot Root wrote an open letter to
to takea little, time and review Representative Denby of Michigan, in $ifH i*;'f; ** HJS ;
t off cheap and, incidentally, Mize the ,past, present and if ,possible forecast which he pointed out that this govern 11 Pensacoia St. Andrews and
I-II I 4dn't! do so bad. after all I the future. It Is of course highly ment was not in 'a position to find out > THE"HARD.T.o.DO ,
important that honest men. Christian THINGS" Co.
whether or not the tales of atrocities # Gulf Steamship
The American i men. intelligent men anj wide & Most "hard to ,,,, ,..... .._.
hen after due deliberation committed on the people of the Congo things are do" R 1W.C" Iff\. -==- Jao. ."
;,awake progressive,men are elected for # if you try' to do them in the itft fir." '-' '--ioI. 1'. STEAMER TARPONW.
4 has decided that the Season I Free State were true or not. and thatif
our city officials. At the present stage hardest ways-and there's a Hfj Wholesale and Retell Dealer ia
U at hand to put the cold storage i of they were true-ltcouldn't interefere. "
egg development
it It Representative Denby'sconstituents hard way to do almost everything StcatnDomesilAnthracite 0. 3ARROW. Master.
out of business. i would mean' death to the future prosperity seems # .* COALICE FIRST-CLAJE3 PASSJEMJI AND
had been prodding him and Blacksmith
of Gainesville, to elect grumblers & THERE ARE SEVERAL HARD i FREIu *T' SERVICE
The Standard Oil Company; says ore heads and moss backs. The about these alleged atrocities with & WAYS TO # Office-No.. 43 South Palafox street Telephone 93. -Det'WirlSCPENSACOLA. -
scales the view to getting him to interest the "
are about evenly balanced just! : R? FIND TENANTS. Tarragona and Gonxalex streets. Phone <
It has no monopoly of trade but It ,1 Yard comer and 3'lJOrd.er
: government in ,the matter. Is just
now. and a little weight to carry on # GET SERVANTS. MOBILE. APALACW
;. Missouri will' have to.be shown sooner : the wrong, side would doom the city I possible that they thought the President # !SELL PRO.FERTY COLA. CARRABELLE.:: ST. AN-

,I or later. ''I to utter annihilation. Our sister cities would shake his big stick, at King .# SECURE OFFICE HELP ii DREWS. MILLVlLLE.
are, appreciative of this and every Leopold and the atrocities would ceaseat ft LOOK FOR WORK. *
Taft ,Js probably mad because 'effort is being made to secure every once.. jJ RENT FURNISHED 'ROOMSif And all points on St. Andrew* Btj
Shonts Is getting two salaries-one i advantage that presents itself. But !As a matter of fact, LePld Issued a >i DISPOSE 'OF "OLD THINGS" o'Ur' Carrabelle and ApaUvhlcola.
:w$ must look still further. We must statement not long ago in which he S? LOCATE LOSERS or FINDERS 6C.HEDULE
for setting up and looking pleasantRichard I f COAL and WOOD Febtacola: Sunda.'; 1:30 *
: secure for ourselves Senatorial and said there was no truth in the tales i", INFLUENCE INVESTORS f Leave.
Representative timber, that I that were being sent broadcast over r'rel1 'the m for Mobile Ala.leave .
tt can be relied i& and there is one way of doing ;* : 8:30 4so. -
Mansfiela? says he will re- to 1 the earth, respecting cruelties practiced Pensacola. Tuesday
upon energetically, untiringly ti' these things which-while, possibly i Consumers' Ice and Fuel Company. Andrew. Millviile.! A--
tire In 1909. Why prolong the agony determinedly push the interests of] upon the natives of the Congo Free 1# not "easy"-is, at any rate *. I for Carrabelle and. Intlrmed.at
for three long years? Alachua County-and not only push i State. Of course he may know little I* 'east..hard-lthe sensible, perslsi .. *' I Office-Corner Chase and 'T rrai DL Phone 259. lal ICota.

but guard, them for we predict right : or nothing about:the matter;'and may :1-:. tent use of '0 poInts.For additional information: apply

The latest Edition to the ranks of now. that if this Is not done, we will I want to know nothing so long as ne i KWANT ADVERTISING X J. R. SAUNDKRS.
: feel the jar when something drops gets his revenue but he'Is:entitled to I # PUBLICITY!, PtMidentG
Florida 1 Is' the Ir.- COBB,
: weekly newspapers that we, are vitally interested In.- hearing. This country,!isn't ju B.
; a a party and Pass. AgU
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Time to buy your Summer Underwear. We have the newest ',' Spring -finds us with all the newest Novelties necessary to com-

creation in Balbriggan India Crepe, Featherweight Nainsooks, and plete lady's wardrobe..

Lisles of all kinds., ... A new lot of Ladies' Muslin Underwear.

Every train brings us Oxford Ties for both men and women. \,000 yards Crepe Jacquards, suitable for evening 65 and 75c quality,

4 See them before making your purchases. We want to give you a our leaders this week at 45c Ask to see them.

try-on or send some up for you to try. If you can't come, phone One lot of the celebrated Butterfly Skirts, assorted, $8.50 to $ I8,

193 and tell us what you want. and everything for ladies to wear.

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One lot Men's Fine Kid Gloves, all colors, $1.50 and $1.75 kind, this week at_________$1.14 One lot Men's, Fine Kid and Wool: l Gloves, all colors, 50 and 75c kind, this week at___ 39c

One lot Men's Fine Kid Gloves, all colors, $1.00 and $1.25 kind, this week at______:_ 83c: One loc B:>ys' Fine Kid and Wool Gloves, all colors, 25 and 50 kind:!, this week at___ 21c


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'would :not, vote for I great line have been long engaged'. j
: that if the major
HISTORY OF LONG Gingles that he would'"vote for Burns, She is a movable hotel in which four
sounu!! of.victory was hushed and !be- thousand live in greateror
the removed persons
I fore but before it was done major;
the new administration was fully Burns and this incurred the ART less comfort (and some of it very

1 inaugurated the Council showed its displeasure of "'Mr. Zeliua. who, to get' great, indeed), during the ssven-or
AND GINGLBS CASEA. hand by ignoring the recommendationof even with the mayor voted with Turner eight day voyage from New York to
the executive of the Board of Pub-
and ,
Hamburg. Every
for Gingles although he had been, ITJymouth
Works and of Its
appointing one heard to say that Turner had discharged GIANT STEAMSHIP "AMERIKA"THE known device which contributes to the
own selection Mr. Chas. H. Turner.
his uncle and would not give' comfort the safety the health and

N. Knowles Criticizes the City Council, Ex'Chairman Chas. H. Then for this must and have that been reason some each reason, will 'hm! employment -enrf simply wantedto LATEST OCEAN GREYHOUND the recreation of.ocean travelers may
be found aboard this wonderful ship
unload him the city. Gingles :
I Turner and C. H. Gingles, and then Proceedsto have The to Board figure of out IFhihHc for himself.Works consistsof had not been in on office very long when TO CROSS THE and some devices .which were of, never \
before. The water-
the fever broke out and he asked fora BIG POND. known system J)1 .
I only: three members of which themayou bulkheads has been brought to
Review the Case. teave of absence. He told the
I is one, but who is prohibitedby
to leave whetherhe a point where it insures nearly absolute r4.
mayor ha was going
the charter from being elected
safety. The organization of the
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not. The
I chairman. Therefore; in the organization had permission or mayor Every six months or eo a big! new ship and the coordination of the different
CLAIMS THAT THE COUNCIL HAS t'ing legal questions. The City Coun'' of the board either Mr. Turnero thought Gingles- had a right to go if lin iT steams up the North River to c'epo.rtments center so' completely .
he '
ell is not a court but a legislative the hold over member Mr. Zellus,.,.lit' chose but contended that the :west of New York City, and displays the bridge that the captainhas
I' would oa
tody. The charter of the makes should resign his NO RIGHT TO INTERFERE WITH city had to be elected chairman; both a great many flags. ; and the the control of it all at his finger-
I.'J such a
that plain. The city charter divides be needed more during
wanted the it is and whistle the
chairmanship so understood ferryboats lighters
almost closelyon
ends. She
'JJ THE BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS the government of the city into three I calamity than at any other tima.. Theboard and runs as! .
Mr. Zelius claiming the honor conventional three-toot salutation, a track as does the "Twentieth Century
, AND HAS "BUTTED IN" WITHOUT departments and prohibits these departm.ants on account: of,being senior member however, granted Gingles themayor's an the steward's band blares its brassiest Limited. The navigating officer \ 'r for the arrest of this weman.
,. from interfering wath eacn t 8DJ Mr., Turner ,claiming it becausehe Indefinite leave of- absence over a$ the leviathan It Is always a "levia by merely holding a receiver to She! is about 26 years of age.
AUTHORITY. other. The first department is the wag a .primary man and the prim- : protest About this time than"-works' laboriously into her his ear can hear the under-water weighs 135 pounds thick, dark hair,

r. City (buncil.which is th! legislative' ary 'had been successful. It Is said Chairman .Turner/ granted himself a dock. Before noon ,wa may ba surecertain signals of the coast lightships. Ths high forehead brown eyes, five feet
branch the law making department; that Mr. Turner the leave of absence ithout.asking the will come withimaginative No. 6 teeth
promised major newspapers lookout communicates with the_bridge high, wears f shoes upper
::. the second is the executive department !! that if the mayor would vote for him board anything about It. Perhaps he pen+tawlIlgt! of the "mon from his crow's nest on the foremast gold filled and one crowned tooth She

Pensacola, f.a.Iar., 5. 1906.( consisting of mayor, the various for chairman that the mayor could thought the 'mayor'.might still! have ster of the deep" supposedly reposing through a "loud-pee.k1ng" telephone: has long fingers with round nails.

Editor Pensacola Journal: boards and officers whose duty it is I have: the naming of all the employeesof the same opinion 'about resignationsand : in Broadway at City Hall Park or Below decks there is a very humorous Plump of figure and fairly pretty. Her '

Th3 City Council at Its last meeting to execute th3 laws ana'' ordinances the board. It Is not known what he might not be so sure of count- standing upnght.on her twin screws Swedish gynasium, where you may lie maiden name was Thompson which

S passed a resolution directing the city made by the legislature and the City understanding was arrived at, if any Ing on the support. of Mr. Zelius"French In beside, the Park Row building. Then, on comfortable sofas and be vibratedand name she has possibly assumed
:t Council for the government of the but it developed that Mr. Turner was this Instance so he took a for a morning or two those of us twisted and Jolted by cunning Wire sheriff at Funiak: Springy
.. attorney to take up the fight of C. city; the third department the Jndi leave" as |t is sometimes called. Mr. to sleep in for the
made chairman. It further developedthat who are so fortunate as electrical machinery and where you Florida: ; $50.00 reward child. '
1i Gingles against J. E. Long for thefxteitlon cial whose duty it is to try and punIsh the mayor was extremely anxious Gingles had "deserted" the army in the New Jersey will make It a point to may ride horses and camels whose Fisher Monroe Douglas. This woman,

ft of street superintendent and those, who violate the city ordinances. to get the, best practical man possiblefor ,face of the ensimy, had abandoned step outside Of our ferryboat cabin varied motions closely approach vrsimilltude Florence Wood kidnapped him from
also erecting the major and Board The charter creates these departments superintendent; of public works Ms! post of duty in the hour of the and ;stand among the baggage trucks! Ther are electrlct light Freepo, Fla. on the night of Septem

01 Public Works to aid and assist and defines their duties and and he was unable to make an Immediate city's sors distress when he was most: and the coal wagons and try to pIck baths and a florist's shop and a ladies'' ber (th. 1903. The child: is 6 years old

j the city attorney in this fight. prohibits each department from Interfering : selection from the numerous applicants -needed. and for weeks he was the all out the new liner by the markings on hair dressing parlor and a ehlldren'roam fair skin, light hair has upper fore j

By what right has the City Councilto with the workings of the While the mayor wag in- subject of severe criticism in her funnels-for jour true sleeperIn with charming colored panels teeth rotted off; very plump weight

take such action* If )Ir. Gingles others. But, how do We, 'see it workIng -I vestigating the abilities of the various quarters New Jersey,- though he may 'not from "Mother Goose" and Grimm's about 50 pounds; very bright child.

THUS illegally removed from office as ? We see the council "butting in" candidates: : .Mr, Turner was suddenly So great was censure that the City nnderstand what David Belaso is so "Fairy Tales"-and so on and on.- Expenses paid both ways delivering

alleged, the proper course for 'Mr. avid interfering with the executive department seized with a, trsmendious desire! to Council 'passed! resolutions that Gin- excited about, or who wrote "Prorn0- Samuel Mervin in Success. child to OeFunlak Springs. Fla, In addition .
Gingles to pursU3 is precisely that of an the management of the have his uncle C. H. Gingles appointed g'es! should either return to his post theus Unbound or why Arthur to the $50,00 reward. '

any other citizen whose legal rights employees of the Boar! of Public to the position. He approached of duty or resign. The resolutions of ,'James Balfour resigned i 19 pretty' Invaluable for Rheumatism. I H. A. DOUGLAS

have been interferred with, that is, Works. Not content with that it is I the maYOr with the suggestion but the the City Council were transmitted to sure to know that he Cunarders I have been suffering for the past Father of the child .. .
I a submission of the case to the courts now "butting into" the judicial and :mayor readily pointed out that Mr. Mr. Gingles, but he treated them with have real funnels with black tops that, few with a severe attack of' DeFunlak Springs Fla.
for settlement: The courts are established to settle matters that be- The Board of Pub years
attempting Gmglea was a councilman and the silent contempt. the White Star funnels are buff with rheumatism and found that Bal'ard's
for the express purpose of set- long to the courts. I city charter prohibited any council, lic Works which was the proper boay black tops and that the American] that me satisfaction and tended -
.. to to handle the matter passed resolutions -and the Red Star funnels are black gave
The attitude of the City Council man from being appointed any Snow Liniment was the only thingto LEGAL flDVERTISErNTS.
cffice In the city during tbs term for to tha same effect and Mr. Gin- and white. !
II and the history of the Ginglas case alleviate my pains.. March 24. 02.
For treated these with the same silent Then when have made out the
elected. glee we
rich reading and the which he was someweeks
makes and racy John C. Degnan. Kinsman Ills. 25c,
board made no selection ofa contempt. After the board had two buff funnels of the "Amerika," NOTICE.
is! 'sell
inside political history 1. Sold
; by'aU
50c and ? druggists.
t ; the cons'deration! of the voters of superintendent because Mr. Turner satisfied! itself that Gingles had received -which identify the latest new ship as Notice Is hereby given to creditors

: P.n acola. Gingles was a candidateon held out for hs! uncle. Mr. Zelius the< various official communications the property of the Haniburg-Ameri legatees, distributees and all other :

I the primary ticket in that memorable wag loyal to the old superintendent; and that the board had 'been can line we of New Jersey are likelyto persons having claims or demands
.. Free from harmful drugs. I Bliss campaign and in the unprecedented while the mayor wantetf a better man Ignored the hoard passed a resolution remain of a morning in the ferryboat IT WAS HER TRUNK. against the estate of Emma Fitzpatrick -

Cure coughs and hoarse-I victory in the political than eitbv.. It finally developed that declaring the position vacant. Subs.3quently 1 cabin! and to bury our nosea in I I deceased, to present the same
ness. Prevent Gingles Chairman Turner informed the mayor i it elected another superintendent a very respectable: "New Jersey edi E-rldeaee That Would COBTBC the : within two ((2)i years to the undersigned .
sore of the city. ]
I Wa:5j I I who has ben on duty ever since. tion" of a "very pectable.New York Moat Ob. l.at.'DaSJlr&&._... i who has taken out letters testamentary -

--- -- __ __---- -- After the ep.'ia'emic' had ended and all newspaper. But the "Amerika" demands -I I The old lady had lost the check to her I upon the estate of the said
t --- -------- danger had dared away Mr. Turner and deserves a closer look. deceased.
I trunk and the officials said that I
,. *rlr.rIrrr.aw/1YYrr\W........ ...........\."\........\.........rW/ry/f.ylir/\r rwI\W<.............?............Y/rurK.. yiWYrW\r"1'H. n .f't:: ..J.b.a. "WMw' and Mr.' Gingles. returned to the city I lihe marks the goal a shipbuilding depot and J. C. GREEN, Executor :
i- ....... .t; U atTRA.U U._...U....:...U..TatAw: uu. .",'.u"'nn.'u._.....,,........... .,.u..-, n..-.u-n-u'.-....-'u.n x/wl: ...,u tH.n'.u..;....._....IUU. :n.frn.ll. .alt........n....;...._ .w : Mr.Turner_ up to this tlm.3 had attended contest in which close to half a dozenCONSTIPATION she must enumerate the contents I February 14, 1906. Hfeboawgw I
; very' few meetings!: of the board satisfy them that it belonged to bee _
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F ;;d-h'"a.d accomplished only three official "Waal now," she began "right on

acts of any cons:,1Uence. One top of everything! you'll find a red Florida and Alabama

Make a Mistake- was to get his: uncle appointed street woolen shirt that I was taking to my
{ talk
t lr I superintendent the Board of Public; another Works was into to paying brother William. William has rheumatism LAND COMPANYManufacturers

1wf $425.00 for a pair of his brotherinlaws' 'For orer nine rears I infftrad with thronle eon. and red woolen la powerful good
: ;I Ii which 'his brother itiMtion an4 during ibis time I. had to take >u of
i: Mistakes Are Costly mules, injection of warm water one*...r7%i hour beforeI for that""Wbatelaer and Dealers in
; law. had been offering to oth r peopleat could base an acliOD oa BUT bow l N.pptly 1
I Y tried CuetrvM, aid tudr I am : well man.Dur'ugth.siaeyean LUMBER, SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLES
the,9 services were most bafor." I need Cucareti I
for servantof .ail.rii untold mt..rf with Internal piles.Thank Then you come to three new sheets AND KILN-DRIED SAP
4-1! needed A fine record a
to you I am free from all that this morning Yon
think of buying Hardware y{ On his return his first CaD sehi.isbahaitofsuferinRhamsnity** for Aunt Mary with a new bedquilt!
Whatever else you may do don't .E the peop?; B.Fuber.itoanoka. IlL
r: abortive attemot to for Aunt Sarah. Then there's a calico
official act was an
t, our stock get our prices; or c; and Safes! Safes! Safes!
;. .: and Mill Supplies until you see 'UC.JD: the actions of the board Best For dress pattern for Aunt Marj's oldest

. 1 asked us a few questions about .. f Wtt V\rce his uncle back into of public the people 1!2r' The Bowels girl and a catskin cap for Aunt Sarah'i Diebold Safes!
.rCo vitas against the protests oldest boy. Then you come to mj Buy
Cot. WE and tuq djsires of the administration.So clothes. There's a Bilk dress tbat bat

t.i.. persistent wa.3 Chairman Turnerto been turned top to bottom and mad Scarritt Moreno,
Hardware and Mill Supplies. w reinstate his uncle that he attempted tbere's"-
ICY over-ride the majority of the CANDY C TMARTICI. over again and
to "
MI think the trunk must be 'l'ours. Agent.
. board found it necessary
board thatt thj .
ii AIR- to ramove: his official head and said the baggageman. ,
but we are most the Queen's taste "Waal there's the old corset,I bought
long to
been in Pensacola very the board did: it
hI We have,not this .,' .... white skirt that I'm r
that Turner has not to Pt.UI1I',Palatable Potent 1' Good Do flood five years ago. a
We realize :1 fo nicely
revolutionizing the, hardware: business. at" And : .Sicksn. ken or IableimpeS'C trimming on I
certainly day found out \vhere he Is sold ia bmlk. The renulno OO; going to put some new YOUR

that we have a reputation to make, and we are making it. :U now comes the City Council that QuaraaUml to cure or JOn money!back. and an alpaca dress that I,may give to
: '
I aside and we do business 'passed: the original resolution callingfor [ Sterling Remedy Co. Chicago or N.Y. (03 Aunt Mary If abe hasn't crowed too SHIRTS I
old-time methods are put it*
: All the ;! Guigles: resignation and dinscts AI.UALSALE, TEN MILLION BOXES stout Then you'll 1Iod"i AND.SHIRT .

!.. on the modern plan by ; the Boanaof Public Works does to reinstate the i "You can have the trunk, ma'am""Then
ELj him and no sooner find a Jar of raspberry
i you'll
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Circuit Court stop the proceedure t bottle of 'currant wine and
1)l the Council comes forward with another w A RAT and Jam, a COLLARS
Want .
You I
You Just What instructing the City some" I
Lj Giving resolution
: I 'j BABY I
Attorney and Major to take up Mr. A t Take it along" ma'am. It's yourtrunk I ARE IRONED
f1I ,
and spend for sure. I
Gmgles' alleged grievance Rid your house of rat, keep trunk, but now that ; TO PROPER
money to forcea from harm.Stearns' I "Yes. it's my you
in the the peapla's r
and at small profit. We handle. everything. Hardware *] man into their service whom ElectricRat have got me naming: the contents I'4 i SHAPE HERE '

line and are always glad to give you quotations. c: the 'people do not 'want.. like to tell you that there ire two pairs

f.'o .;.-4.. It the people win look closely Into and RoachPaste of shoes, three pairs of lockings, my I AND MADE }
.. this matter they will see that aJ will quickly"tennin t rats and last year's bonnet," an extra waist

,. BRO\VNHARDW ARE CO. CI! nuartsr these efforts!and not eininate a very from big quarter the same at of mice.!the of tn.house They 2 c;to eat' die.tcll1Zl.it!and 1&rub IZ.$!out.DO I and"But-the baggageman pulled the trurr j SMOOTH TOO

A- I GORnON & \ *jat. There is undoubtedy a purposete Sold e '*ryw hre.or__W"MoBejUckbit >pre. around broke off one of the handle. I The Star Steam
oarecelptot price.
.. all this and it may be well for- 114(all*. bent the lock and told' her that be

the people to enquire of their public I STEAMS' ELECTRIC PASTE CO., wouldn't be responsible for spontane- \ Laundry.
.. eervants what they mean by such pro- Ca.I.l *...0L.u. combustion if the thing remained
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Pensacola 57 E- Qarden St. Phone 1101.
o dIngs. there fifteen minute. longer.-Baltt I Penaacola. Plv
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t41 : CHRISTIAN 1 I -the joy of the household, for
'f STORIES OF without
'no happiness can be
S'IS complete. How

I: .t PEOPLE and EVENTS ;1 Kindly Acts Performed by Den. BABY', ngels thoughts the smile and picture aspirations at of and mother commend of the and mother babe tha!

mark's Late King. bending over the cr dle. The ordeal

J4 Seen, Heard and Done Among Those Who Go, Come US IHSTAHOE-OF HIS DEHOOBAOY V 0 I C E, ever, is the so full expectant of danger mother and suffering must pass that, ho she;'.

looks forward to the hour when she shall

1. Tarry g Women and Society, Here and Elsewhere. the exquisite thrill of motherhood' with} indescribable dread and fear.feel

Hew' H. Tried to Per.*de Seme Every woman should know that the danger, pain and horror of child!

i Work_.. Met to StrU.*-Ill. HeroIn birth can be entirely avoided by the use of Mother's Friend, scientific

By E. NELLIE BECK. Telephone, 669., ''I'II lam, Saving Live of Two Little 1 liniment for external use only! which toughens and renders pliable all

>mKttmttS8K8X8ttKttSJKXBt3C83CnI dlrU .-Prank Flared on. an Old Gate- : the parts, and assists nature

keeper o'f n Palace. its sublime work. By its

_-- THE PEARL EAGAN HOME The following stories about the late thousands of women MOTHEH'S

_ .. HAS OPENED AUSPICIOUSLY. The Journal's Daily Fashion I aged King Christian IX. of Denmark passed this great crisis in
t The Pearl Eagan Home for children 1 : fect safety and without pain.

_- opened, the matron Monday assuming morning.charge Mrs. with Austin his may native be quoted kindliness to give the says measure the New of Sold'at$t:oo per bottle bydruggists. Our book

_ four children as members of her offi. York Tribune: At his. silver weddinga of priceless value to all women sent free. Address F R I E N D

cial family. and two more little ones committee of citizens, representing 811ADriELD REGUlATOR OO., Atlanta Omil
%1 are expected the last of this week. I all trades and professions waited on
r The water bath and plumbing generally '
I I It King Christian to congratulate him.

other improvements are all complete still but under there way.are t | I I II Ills majesty carefully: Inquired: of each ...........................+O...... .......c.....
1 I I I It his business and one what was Jf .
and the 1
: The board of managers solicitIng -
.. Monday after t I : flourished. One man Informed hi
committee met ,
noon at the residence of the president, ( that he was a photographer. .
;t" ;Mrs. William Fisher, who presided. I HAre you doing well?" asked the 1.I Globe-Wemecke
; Members present were 1st Vice- I I king."I il .
(President Mrs. W A. Blount; 2nd can't complain, your majesty. 4
:Vice-President Mrs C. V. Thompson; Business has been pretty good lately." 4

: (Recording Secretary ;Mrs N. McK. "And you my good man, what la
Oerting. Treasurer Mrs. J. M. Flinn. I your. business Bookcases CC

_ and Mrs. Max Kahn :Miss lifer, Mrs. ."I am a miller, your majesty." I 'i
_ :I*. 3!. Williams and Mrs. John PJeiffer" -"A miller eh? And how are you ,
of the Soliciting Committee. outr'"Rather 4
Many persons Including children I making i 4
,t and young people, have expressed a poorly,-your majesty. Timesare'badt so'd! In units and every one a complete bookcase In itsef.'! :
desire to be enrolled on the house r my business Just now. : Wherever you add more books you can add another unit! 4
_ roll and are cordially Invited to dofco : i "Is: .that" so-? I am very sorry. But or shelf thus taking care of additional books at sma'l: :
either by personally applying or I'll tell you what to do. Become a cost. .
by sending their names and address photographer. I've just been told that 4
.with ten cents, to Mrs. Fisher the \.. business 'Is flourishing."

president and then paying ten cents I At a court ball at the royal palace Bookcase Units $2.25 and $2.50. i
(1iYf"k'\\ ,
:. a month. some yeara ago after supper the fa. 4
It was a fine meeting and the ladles ther of the present queen of England 4
feel encouraged as to the future prospects 1 danced, the cotUlou, choosing for his : They come in antique oak at $225 and golden oak: .:
0 of the Home. 1 ut partner: Miss Estrup. the daughter of 4 weathered oak and imitation mahogony at $2.50. .
'kMt. ,
As soon as practicable the managers : 4
the prime minister.' A portion of the 4
will give a reception at the
I., !Home to enable the contributors to 2/I.t IIllllifY' F :; : floor near the queen's throne had been
BO waxed, and polished that it was as i MARSTON & QUINA i
pee for themselves what has been accomplished 1' \ Iii .. \ ,
and what is still needed. : slippery as a piece of ice. Five cou-
The will ples, including the king and MUs Es-
next meeting be held the
; :first Monday in April. trill: were waltzing near the slippery i 10M10 S. Palafox St. Phone 148. Pensacola, Fla. !

information desired spot when two of the couples lost their
; Interested Any regarding the Home by those may footing:fell and rolled on the floor. Almost :............. .. ........ .................:

,1. be obtained from any of the officers or at the same instant the klng'afoot ---" -- --- -, -
i, members of the board and soliciting slipped and his majesty fell with Fine lot of Diamonds at nceedDgly'D.amonds' :
committee. tremendous crash at full length on low prices for a few days only Ask
--.- his back bringing: down ,with him to see them.

) f: .MARRIED MET WITH LADIES MRS. MAX EUCHRE BEAR. Miss Estrup, whose was cut. I J. F. DAVIS, 213 S. Palafox St.
In the fall his majesty's bead struck '
:h! Mrs. Max L. Bear entertained the
T the corner of one of the steps of the
Ladies Afternoon Eucnre
'.. I. queen's throne with a report like that
'Tuesday, serving a dainty }luncheon
4 the of of.a popgun. There was great con- 1 TO STRANGERS IN OUR CITY.
f,, Ihe game after the beautiful : ( -L '
? ) prizes; had been awarded. 5ternlt1Dn. and the music ceased. The I
'I The first a piece of beautiful fancywork king remained stunned and motionless. This is a cordial: invitation to drop in and see us. We have

I was won by Mrs. Sol Cahn. the Every one thought; be was killed. Some : souvenr' post cards and handsome wood and leather sourenirs,
second a handkerchief by Mrs. I ep of the ladles screamed. Miss Estrup j also the leading daily papers: and magadines of the country
:- l\Ia"er, while Miss Meta Rosenau of I fainted, and the Comtesse Iteventlow
$ Louisville, Ky., captured the guest I I CJoe's :J3ook..s-tore.:
one of the ladies of the court went Ini i
;. prize a brass candle..tick.Ot.her A NEW SEPARATE COAT FOR THE SCHOOL GIRL.The i ; ;
to hysterics. The king was the first
tc! guests present were. Miss 1 Fhtmm 235. 213 Smrtfi Pallor Street, ".n.4co/"
Edna Frenkel of Atlanta :Mrs. GaLe II i eton effect is here cleverly carried the edge of the coat and the' [I 1 to recorerbls, presence of mind. Bleed-f

hirsch of Natchez, Miss, and Miss\ 'I outas a separate coat by the use I the cuffs and ('ollara'nd j I tog from_ a wound on the back of hill I II -
I of red broadcloth The color ] bead .aud pale as a sheet, he tried to -
rp of
Greenville. Ala. of a fitted girdle and facing which I ]|I J
t i jit will! be noted. i; a most 9 h* % it ;
v The club rise, but fell back again. Wet handkerchiefs e *
t. L will meet with Mrs. AN give It the necessary warmth for early one. Wide box pleats are !' the little ones would be crushed beneath I. ,
fred Mo g next Tuesday afternoon. I : were applied to his maJes17' -
I ; -4--- spring days. A tan-colored water from shoulder to waistline of I forehead and smelling salts to his I the wheels, but Just"as the carwas # PIANOS AND ORGANS.
I MR. BONIFAY'S JUBILEE proof fabric is used In this coat. (the I back and fjont and this and 1 within a few feet of them an old # CASH OR EASY TERM'. tJ
CELEBRATED SUNDAY. I I I facings of the collar and cuffs'of black I die are stitched with nose and in a few minutes be,was as- gentleman leaped forward. grasped 1 # All Piano Work Guaranteed.

: On* of Pensacola's beat citizens satin and the little facing that finishes j rope silk., .* "v'f I' slated to his feet He at once made .a I them by the arm and quickly drew I # CLUTTER A RUSHING,

I : end member of one of its oldest I sign to the orchestra to play again. I them back to a place of safety. It was 1# 12 EAST GOVERNMENT ST. s"is
,1t families, is Mr. Francis. C. Donifav of The cotillon recommenced and the f I King Christian and, after giving a PHONE: 476. .,
.;i 215 West Romana, and a whole host Richmona'' Va., was unable to be present and: Texas. A host of i I king,.after he had,recovered, took partIn few words of advice' to the little girls, It k.
5, .4 friends are interested in the fact that but all the other members of Mr.Donifaj's she will havc'ascharming an '$ it again.: be walked on alone to the palace. *# # ## *f ** ##* ###*
imntadidta family were ence touristically as she is
he la '
c seventy years of agand as _..
active almost as of there. have socially.! ,On a walk through the streets of Copenhagen -
any man twenty-
Those round the table with him : While strolling through the park near:
live.t JcttrioI1
one afternoon King Christian
Mr 4"Mrs the castle of Bernstorf few : ::
were. his wIfe. their children. royal a
t On Sunday he celebrated his seventy I Mrs : U. C. Pcble/ will found himself in the middle of a group ,
and Mrs. E. J. Villar Mr. and years ago King Christian's attention
-third anniversary and his childrenwSth Kxcelsior: 'Flinch Club this ; of excited workingmen says the New FINE PHOTOGRAPHS.
John Walter Miss Marie Bonifajr
t' )Vas attracted toward a child who was
t x., gataerej one nxo: about ption him and at grandchildren a fine- Mr.; Willie and Mr. Leo Bonifay' and '. 1 i I i York Times. They were discussing as making desperate efforts to reach the Pensacola, Fla.
Miss' Ethel Scholls Is to whether should strike
.i seven grandchildren.Not they or stay
birthday dinner. bell near the principal gate, his Inten-
I only Mr. Iionifay but his father; friends in Milton. at work.
Ills daughter Mrs. Hemmingway of tion evidently being to ring It and then
and his grandfather were born and "Let's ask the king" one of them
and from safe distance
run away enjoy a -
I eared in Pensacola and the communIty iMiss Ray GoldbtuckT has r I''I shouted when he caught sight of the
the discomfiture of the
: gatekeeper
generally will unite in the wish from a two months delightful unattended monarch. -
tI rtI (that Mr. Bonlfay may as happily} Natchez Miss.;.. accompanied says London Answers. For a few
asked the For half
I And they king.
moments the watched and
celebrate many more birthday anni- sister Mrs I Gabe Hirsch king him.
most proba. : an hour he stood on the sidewalk anti then with smile his face went -
'\frhdncs, as now seems daughter Claryce. a on up
ble. 4V I'I tried to persuade the men not to strike.! to hIm! and said:'

-+- They would not agree with him but "Let do It, and I
Lenten Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Bell left I me my toy. promiseyou
REGULAR MEETING day to spend a week in New when he walked away it was amid we'll scare the old fellowi"With !

'" LADIES BENEVOLENTThe -.- cheers. these 'words-be pulled the bell

regular meeting of the Ladles Mrs. Arthur M. Stillman half a dozeh times and in another minute -
Benevolent' Society rakes place in the last evening from a visit; to ; 'King Christian a few.year* ago per had run across the grass and hidden eI$ 1T ,
Temple this afternoon at 4 o'c'ockand! ents in Orange City, Fla. formed a most heroic act and one which himself behind n tree. Hardly had ho

a full attendance is requested.MRS. Is especially notable since he was concealed" himself before the gatekeeper -
Iti SpecialtiesWe MAX J. KAHN. Pros.! (Money refunded if Blue eighty-five years old at the time. lIe appeared and the expression of surprise

MRS. S. A. FRIUDMAN. Sec I Lemon or Vanilla fails to was very. fond of taking long walks on the old man'1 face was so

-+- solutely pure. Goes twice as : during which, he was unaccompaniedby strong that the king could hardly retrain
n I NEW CITY LADIES gives desserts the "Blue any one,and it was on such an occasion from burstinjr out Into laughter.
I Wat MET WITH MRS. PEBLEY. \or." that the following incident occurred NO LONG WAITS FOR PRESCRIP-

have a The> entire membership of the New i : says ,Golden Penny. The king -IPeter TIONS
N; *elected stock of specially choice City Ladies enjoyed 9. lovely after- "013ntJtI1) ern o 8 : was standing at the corner of a street 5tiseeeeot'. New' Ttr u jf compounded at Hooton's. We wll
goods for Lent. Some of noon of flinch with Mrs. J. C. Psbleyj tnG.IJ 1II xcqap oj pasoddns wafting for an electric car to go by The custom of celebrating Ne send our boy around, up down *
them are: estrday. ,_ -fnt&q2q am no jo pjBt &qj and suddenly saw two little girls one Tear's day In our own country is largely across with them without: extra C031--
Quite a number of her neighborswere eiri oj roam ijcn pac saq;);) .tq' four years old and the other five, startto due to the Dutch. Old Peter Stuy-: and the cost will be a fair one to lit
guests of the' hostess and the, JITtd it icds pinoAV aqs jsanbaj run across the track. The car was Yesant made much of the day. and gin with. If you Jon't know us. nO)"

SALT FISH ROE special guests of the club were two: -.tol .10 E9HranJoduii oj aue I II I II coming quickly toward them but they cheery assemblages were held at the stock our methods, we bespeak be''er
Alabama ladles Mrs. Parker Gray of II patum au ji -asnoq aqj mm oj \ had no Idea that they were In any dan- governor's home in New Amsterdam.The acquaintance,
SALT MACKERAL. Montgomery and Miss: Mahone of Lu the
jjq 'v uoj uum pojiq ;aqjprera 'lSU Ot ger. Several persons shouted to them Dutch method of kissing women -
SALT POMPANO, verne.Mrs. E. D.. Beggs will entertain the I I idA3 jo jq3u! ;eqjSai se-st to stop, and ,others! actually screamed! for "a happy new year" was observed Hooton's Pharmacy,
:! 'ajiqsruojiQ uj BdOBjd; th.terror. so certain did it seem that and toll taken of all who were
club next weak.SURPRISED The ,
Birthplace of Prompt Dclixrry
POTOMAC ROE HERRING, ejpicpjojio jo tno.>n3 .D | young and ha.nd\om In feet, duringthe
i -4-
reign of Peter Stuy'Vt'santew PHONE 1100.
i : MRS. COBB'S CURIOUS CHANGE. Amsterdam was the most thoroughly

SMOKED SPRATS, CHARMING'VJSITOR. I Caused by Food. beklssed country In all Christendomand
,,; i 1 Monday evening quite a party of' I '! "A few months ago," writes a N. Y. formed a marked contrast to the Marine Grocery Co.
CANNED SALMON' i joung people surprised Miss Louise state woman, "I was the "victim of a I staid Puritans who thought the ob-
Weldon the charming guest of Mrs stomach so disordered that I could
; CANNED LOBSTER, i i, E. R. Cobb.; 'r BUSINESS 1 1II I eat scarcely any sort of food without' nervance of re"eretor of this day the savored god Janus strongly and 604 605, 608, 610 S. Palafox St.
Phone 723.
I i After a Delightful visit Miss Weldon I suffering great distress. In time an
CANNED SHRIMP, who made BO note of their' first New
expects to leave In'a few days for her 1 eruption appeared of a most painful V. J. VIDAL
CROMARTY BLOATERS. i I home II) Albany Ga. MEN'S LUNCHES nature. which covered my whole body,I Tear's day In the new ''World save to Manager.THE
I I I which record "We went to work betlmes.-
Vocal and Instrumental music ware I II II an-a1 the doctors said was"ery- ,
f rendered during the evening then, all gpelas: and prescribed for It accord- New York Bren'ng Post! HOME' OF GOOD THINGS TO

1 Send us jour order by '!joined In an old Virginia reel. I inglr"Their, EAT
t phone or and Among the party were :Miss Josie 'great many of our medicines gave me no relief, ------ -- --- -- Just Received:
It will 03 filled as | Austin of Apalachicola, Miss\ Archie I I business men lunch here 'however,. my condition growing worse UNNA DEFINES A CAUSE. I Halibut Chunks, Halibut Quick LuncH
: promptly as If 'you were ,Goodman. Mire Alice: Griffin. Miss larly. They like the food ii day by day. At last it occurred tome I 50 kits of: fancy Mackerel Jl.25 per
Josle Roberts Messrs. Diaz. McLean the, way we treat them. that possibly the derangement of
on the spot jourself. I[ I I European Skin. Specialists Says Dan. kit. -
i White Goodman, Wilson File, Sullivan "I! There isn't a better my stomach was the cause of the druff i is Caused by Parasites. 50 kits Salmon. $1.25 per kit
town to entertain a trouble. The doctors said that that
and Roberts. !I 50 kits halibut flns, $US per kit.
11 I: and many a good-sited deal organ was like a 'piece of raw beef. Upon that theory, proved beyond a &3 kits of Cod Tongues and Sounds

L'eut. J. I. Bryan, U. R. S.. of the : been consummated over the "I made a complete change in my, doubt,' a cure for dandruff was sought $1.25 per kIt.Bloaten. .
cutter Penrose and Mrs. Bryan are'i fee, chocolate or cream In ; diet, and put myself ,on a straight regImen after Scientists, chemists, druggistsand Milkers and Roes. Herrin
I now pleasantly located at Hotel Es- handsome refreshment of Grape-Nuts food.In a day' physicians all "took a hand" and Codfish Pickled Salmon, Dill Pickles.
: cambia. !! Merchants lunches. 12 f : ] or two I began to improve, my digestion ,'I' the successful Issue is the present pro- German Sauer Krout.

Sol Gahn & CO. -6- : 3:30 p. m, 35c. Coffee, i gradually came back all the c'uct known as "Newbro's H&rpicide." Pig Feet In kits, n.CO.Manewil .
MIss Francis Cajse, of Sault St. I Chocolate with cakes, lOc.' I i nervousness and heai'aches' This remedy acually kius the para and Lange's Fruit Cake.
Marie who has spent a- few/fajs! with :: Cream, lOc.Kandy peired, and within 10 days disap-I sites that Infests the hair bulb does National Biscuit Co's Fruit Cake 25c
I : caned erysipelas passed away and its work most effective and contains
friends In Pensacola homo
I The Pure Food Store from South en route 1.I 1.1 : has never returned. Meantime my not an atom of substance injurious to per We handle the celebrated blends of
I Louisville. Florida leaves today fori'!i i _.____. I weight has Increased and I can digest anything'else than the germ alone. Coffee roasted by the Gulf City Coffee
i : food that formerly I could not Herptelde caus>3 the hair to grow as H. P. Chlpman, Manager.
.uth rct Corner Palafoi and latendencUPhones i I I Co.
S .
Miss Grace, B. the attraetlvedaught'r j 'I can honestly say that GrapNuU nature intended it should soft and Oaxaca 35c lb.; Gold Standard. 25elb
of Perry Pprry. !! Kitchen C : food .constitutes. the best diet I abundant : Diamond Blend 25c 1*>; Golden
Capt. chaplain at *
1178 I I t ever .1Mf'tl. Name given by Postum For sale by W. A. D'Alamberte, Rio 20c lb.Strictly .
{ 480 Ft. Barrancas, left Monday- night for, : Co.. Battle Creek.. Mich druggist and apothecary 321 south fresh roasted and :as goo'
California, to spend six or ersht!, 104 S.Palafox. Phone ? { There's a reason. Read th little I Palafox Street or send lOc. In stampsfor as any Coffee sold In this city.
months in Los Angeles and San Fran I Icl book:-The Road, to Wellville," in sample to The Herpicide Co.. Detroit Send us your orders and we sill delIver
.Vs r- ine by way of New Orleans' ) : I .
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The Real 11400-7 lots on Park avenue,fronting HOOTON WATSON.Successors
Advantages t south 1 block from car line. 10 acres on hard road near Oakfleld .

$1200.-100 feet fronting north on Gon. per acre.. .. .. .. ;... _.. .. ..$50
to Thos. C. Watson 6 Ca. :
zalez street, by 120 feet close t
Desirable Cottage at Fisherville. .. .$1200
to Palafox.
$1500-Modern 5 "i.I. SC Leading Real 1 Estate Rental and Insurance
room cottage. East : '1201 N. Davis St. 2 story 8 room, on AgencyList

Buying a Home Cervantes, gas, bath, etc.; Two-Story car line. .. .C. SC.. .. ......$2000

4 -

LESLIE E., BROOKS Brick Building- East 8 room Hill.2.story. .. ,.elegant... .. '.home....$4500 on of Desirable' Property for Sale.

rather than, renting are maney. It helps you to save 2041-2 S. Palafox St. Phone 462. : t 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 value worth the money' .. .. .. ...$2750 street. .. .. .. .. .. .. ....... .... .<,.. .. .. .. .. ..$10, 0000
of the property at the end. of the term of years required Palafox Street, between Seven dwellings! and a store and dwelling building with'nearly half

to pay for It"so that all rent stops forever after that Romana and Intendencia 4 W. LaRua,.ca: line.. .. ....$500 a block of ground;; splendidly situated on a corner. A bargainat.

time. It prompts you too to take an Interest in the home REAL ESTATE:_ .. .. .. .. ', ... .... ........ .. .. .. t... .. .. .... ..5WOOO
and Improve and keep it healthful. You :will gain mon- streets. 6 room cottage, 2 lots East H'll! ,on One of the most desirable building lots on North Hill on a corner,
ey bjr the operation as well as comfort and self-respect. OOOO'acres wood lands 15 to 25 car line.. .. '.; .. .. .. .. .$1750 fronting south near car line 100 by 150 feet.$3,700.00
There really no reason why you should rent. when you miles of Pensacola; cheap for' cash MUST BE SOLD AT ONCE I S Two story new dwelling on corner lot 60 by 125 feet on North

can buy property on easy payments. and quick -sale;. also city property for -, 4 room. cott 'ge, E. LaRua.....$1100 Hill.. .. .. .... .. .. ........ .... .. ... .. .. ...$3,150.00A -
sale and rent., We want your. real 'For particulars apply to S desirable and very comfortable one story six room dwelling with
estate to rent or sell, on best terms New cottage, 3 lots East Hill $2100 all modern conveniences on the car line, West Gregory Street lot

for good service. 80 by 144.. .. .. .. .. ..i..... .:.. ..... .. .. ..' ....$3,000.00
3 room house n'az'depot... ..$&50 North half of block 67. New City Tract; 10 lots by 137 ft$ inches eacha

T. CRAWFORD McDavid-Hyer Company, beautiful location overlooking the bay; only one block from carline

Pensacola Investment Company 2 blocks In W. King 'Tract..$.1500I .. .... '.. .. .. .... ...... .... .... .. .. ..... .$2,000.00Six
315% South Palafox Street. Agents New York ))1 I S room story and half dwelling with two acres of ground in west

4. H. -' Life Insurance Company.. ," 17, lots N. R. R. St.. .. .. ..$1250 era suburbs.- .. .. .. .. ...... .... .... .. .. .. ....1200.00
Manage. "* Two story dwelling East DeLeon with enough vacant 'ground for

W. H. KNOWLES President p. B. t 8 E. Government Street I Half block overlooking Bayou $IfiaO two small cottages.. .. ..........._ .... .. .. ....... ..$350.00
SIMPSON, Secretary. For SaleFOR .,Phone 7CO. Pensacola Fla. ,I :* Those' having: property desiring to sell same woull find it to the'r

J.L STILLMAN, Y.-Frej. and GeL Manager. INOWLES HYER, Treasurer. ,--_.- __._ _.. ._--j-- -- ---- _. _____.--- 0- __ -j 40x120 E Zarragossa St-----$650 advantage to' place same in our hands as we,have disposed of about

Rael Estate Loans General Investment. SALE-A. R. Blngham has a i ol'.1' 12 $300.00000) worth Jn the last 60 days. If you nave funds.to loan.
good team of mules for sale. See room house near' Palafox; splendid consult us. If; you .desire =indent to collect jour rents; or want

215 South Palafox Street, Pensacola. Florida. them on his new float* 'feb2? : Som -bargain. cost* S$6000.* .. ..$3150: :fire Insurance; or if you want to buy a piece of property and Jon'tknow
1 ,{ who owns same. consult us.
RESTAURANT FORThe 4 corner lots New City.. ..$1000 I
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-- restaurant and coffee saloon knownas

MOYER'S GROCERY STORE AND MEAT MARKET. White's at No. 224 South Palafox
Corner Government and Alcaniz Streets. Phone 718. street. Must be sold at ,once. Fot Good'Investments L S. BROWN & CO. HOOTON & WATSON ,

Western and Native :Meats of the finest quality. Everything that full particulars. Apply to Hooton & -
kept n a first-class market. is Watson leading real' estate and insuranca .;v Theisen Building PHONE 54. 34 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.

.:o pounds Graulated Sugar. $1.00. 20 pounds of Nice. Clean Rice agents. 4nch3ts ,- -----
$} on Fancy Country Syrup 35c per gallon. Honey In the comb
tiw of Honey. Give me a call. I will show you how to save or- ex-I FOR SALE-For a few1 days only, 2 and Homes. D. HALE WILSON 6 CO. ----
A. lots opposite the H german si- -'--- -'.- .- : .. '
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McD. MOYER. Phone 118.I I .. -- -:
_. dence. New City, 562500. Fine location .: ,f ,,. r ; .
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for a 'home. Apply B., F. Wolfe, -. : '1,;..,l" -'" ". _'" REAL ESTATE, FORALE.
HELP WANTED WantedPOSITIOit Citizen's Bank. ISfeblm Timber Lands

"WANTED Bright boy (white) 14 to FOR SALE-Beautiful block In New

1 n. ears old to do collecting and ofSr. WANTEYogladydesires City. Tract No. 312., For cash $603. 144 by 192 feet deep on East Garden have the following special bargains .
uork Chance for promotion. Ad. dress D.poslt'on B.,: as stenographer. Ad'* Apply ,to A. M. McMillan... Court Houaa street 14400. in very desirable real estate for For Sale

dress application in own handwritingto care Journal Imarlw laug a,few days only I We arei offering all ,or any portion

"'C" Journal office. 7mar. WANTED-Reliable: man Is open fora FOR SALE--Nice, clean old. newspapers NeartPaJatox2..4splendid business: SPECIAL BARGAINS. of the following described propertyfor _

position as millwright circular at nve cents a bundle. Thin of. site.. [ sale .(easy, terms) for the next
\VAXTBD-A good cook. Apply 27 filer and hammer. Reference fur flee.AUTOMOBILESI. 2 lots in block 170, New,City, 80x137 days:
E Wright St 7mar nished. Address H.,- care Journal 5 room cottage and reception hall, feet on car line .. .. .. t.. .. $400.00 We have them. Several splendid
Imarlw* ; back and front 'gallery closets,house 3 lots corner 16th ave. and Gads No. 406 No. 408, 2 houses. West large and small turpentine locations
\NTEID-Man cook. Apply 227 E. ; am agent for the new and :in good condition,..large lot. den street. .. .. .. .." .. .. $1,000.00 Jackson St., $1200 rents for $11. Saw Mills and Saw mil] locations
lntendencia: St. mcb.4-Iw* WAt-"TED-You to use Como Hen Pope Mfg. Co. and can sell you autos on' North 8th 'avenue, between 11th 5 lots fronting Toledo square in New Some excellent bargains in larg "

u____________________ iFeed.' This makes your hens lay from $500.00 up. They cost less than and 12th street, bargain, at $1200. City. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. $1,00000One ; No. 501, No. 503, 2 houses, North A. and small traita of round and boxed;
WANTED_First class lair stenogra- an8 fattens them. Try it. For sale horses to keep up. They can be run : !: 5-room house with bath and St.,. 11000. rents for $10. timber lands.

pher. Address own handwritingwith by The Lewis Bear Co. 7feb In sand or:anywhere a horse can go. Corner 8th avenue and 12th street, sewer connection gas in every room; No. 322, No. 324, 2 (houses East Large tracts of Mississippi Delta

references Office Work. Care Leslie E. Brooks. 5 room and hall cottage pantry back and nice neighborhood. If taken at Chase St., $1250, rents for $13. I and Hardwood land*.
Journal. 4mch. WANTED-We want your orders for city. water,I once. .. .. .. .. ..' .. .. ..$1.450.00 Splendid list of valuable propertyand
1907 Art Calendars Over 300 original FOR SALE-one 25-IL P.. boiler and house front galleryga.sand: large $1100. 6 houses in block 17, West King No. 503 No. 505( 2 houses corner fine location: for a Colony or Stock '

TELEGRAPHY TAUGHT-Thorough1 designs to select from. All ,en'gine; portable boiler on wheels; new. a 'A.-y lot. _. Tivct, renting $30.00 per month. Will Chase St. and 10th avenue. $1200,;I Farm ia South East Georgia

1 ly by an operator of 18 years experl- prices. Ma>'es Printing Co., Pensacola. engne or boiler In running.. order, Building lots on west side' of N.Reus lend $2,000.00 of necessary... $2600.00All rents for 1250. Some of the choicest residence

pnce Only school in Florida so la. Also 2 log carts' compete,. ready for street between DeSoto and Strong, of these propositions are bar No. 315, 1 house. East Lee street, places I" the beautiful little city of
taught 23; young men and women service. For terms apply to Ja:!. )Ie- $450. > \ gains add< will be held open for a few $650, rents for 750. I DeFuniak : pr1ngs, Fla. and In Milton.
wanted by us to learn Telegraphy WANTED.-The public to know that Voy' & Co., Cantonem- Fla.. '. cays onl I Fla.
fill positions *'e have. Typewritingpenmanship I ,old. newspapracan', bought at 23feblm. : ,. "' o.West.RomanastreeLat Excellent warehouse location. en No. 324, 1 house East Intendencia, Our prices and terms are reason
this office for five ,J 5413 f U rents for $6. able.
i cents a bundle. Theyare railroad track very cheap. $650,
and spelling free. Write
the foot of Spring .St,: Improvementson
loT low rates. Florida TelegraphSchool : all. .clean and nice. FOR SALE--700 feet.second hand} renUggfor $13 per month Good 8 per. c sit mortgages on hand No 312, 1 house and store, East Garden Cal on or write to us.

46 W. Bay, :Jacksonville Fla. IWANTED.-Eledrl; inch 'galvanized ,pipe in 20-foot $4000.property Best kind of investments. $S00, rents for $9.
mar411.WANTEDA I of all knd. lengths,, AdaTess,! 0, Box ,A-l. City b Property in all parts of city vacantor >
Let us clean your fans: repair our ,- feb24 improved wanted and for sale. 1 house North Alcaniz street, $750.
I dynamo, cU> your wiring ,etc.,- Pin 40 ft by 170,It! deep _on East Ro 30 S. Palafox St. rents for $6. TURNER&AYMARDReal
16 or 18 year old colored
570.() Pensacola: Elect.; Co. .205 S. FOR'SALE My' property 416 E; Brained mana St, next to JJass. & Co.. a good Phone 234. .
do house- B. and Belmont St.
s:rl wanted at once to : 1 house, corner ,
Baylcn. investment $ oo'l,
St consisting four lots
work. Apply at 913 N. Palafox.. SmarWANTED xl50 feet* 'a two.story dwelling'containing h5 '- $750, rents for $6. Estate and

: SECOND HAND CLOTHING 'WANTED -' rooms', hall ways 'bathroom Jots..on the southeast corner of Miscellaneousggs' We have the exclusive agency for Abstract
-Cook; one who will remain -Highest gent'sclothing Spring and,'Lee' streets i. splendid of this If want I Company
t t price paid for closets and' pantry. On car line;. will ; the sale property. you
First- National on premise Bank.preferred. Apply Imtf only. Also s!il second hand sell entire property for 300000. E. building site 2500. to buy come and see us. P. 0. Bal I 115. Defunlak Spring j, Florlii.

: goods. No. 9 E. Intenden I .. L. Reese.. 22feb
Block 107 East King Tract. Belmont [ for Hatching t
WANTED Colored house
girl. Apply -I WANTED.-All kinds of electrical Numbering on North .Palafox stree,
217 North Cevellos St. Imar JUST RECEIVED-Large shipment ol From of S. C. Rhode '
work. I sell all kinds of electrical between'Baylenrand:'Palafox. thirty my prize pens FOR RENT !
other electrical Imported OiveOil.RetaiIby' pint Jots few day'only at'$50-00.( () Isalnd Reds and S. C. Brown Leg
WANTED Three short goods solicitors batteries and : supplies. gallon or larger Quantity G.Morasso ,
horns, finest pens in the south, $1 to
Solomon Furniture Co. Sfeb 'I E.When W. Peake:you need new me Star ring: Laundry 345 or build 955. & Co.. ship chandlers aa
ing. E. Garden. lodec. South Palafox. 4oct 8 room and hall house bath gas, a delightful also agent for, the famous Banta Incubators 5 miles from city on Brent road; 7
and lot 93 and Brooders. Drop me a room house all fenced in; 5 fields) : ; 2
FOR SALE-The Lewis Bear Co. are good neighborhood, Chipley Hyer I
WANTED : WA.TED.-Real.. Estate for sale or agents for the famous Corno Hen ft by 150 $3500. card:and I will call:_ E. L. :McFadden, & story barn, good water, mail box on
I Prop, Myrtle Grove Poultry Farm, R. the land. Address "Farm" care Jour-
rent, lea a or exchange. Your business Feed. Finest thing in the world to
WANTED-Evervone to know that [ respectfully solicited. J. A. Wilson make hens lay. Keeps 'em In good 715 N. Bajlen street, 8 room two F. !ID, No. 1, Pensacola, Fla. nal. 7marlw

The Great New Fox Visible Type- ,I Real Estate_ Agent 22* W. Government condition too feb story"resIdence. lot 70x125 ft. every 7marlm 12 Ef Government St.Miscellaneous 1
writor has been received by F. it. I street: Room 7, Salisbury modern convenience, an ideal home FOR RENT.-Cottage on Bay Shore

Bruce and is now on display at No. 28 I building. Phone 172. 23jan FOR SALE Large horses and mules, $5000. MATTRESSES'' RENOVATED. New electric car line; furnished $35, unfurnished
East Government AU interested are and 'tick furnisaed If desired. All doneIn $25 from May 1st or earlier
for turpentine operators log men.
cordiallv invited to call and inspect. i --- --- We guarantee satisfaction. Address Two lots on Cervantes'street, be- good order on short notice. Leave desired. L. S. Brown & Co. 6mar

TmarXV; For Sale Waterman & Co., G. G. Cobb,' manager tween Baylen and Spring streets, 60i: orders at Green & Watson. Phone
I Chipley, F'a. 23feblm. 125 a nice building site, a bargain 193. 7mar CUT FLQ\VERS-Orders promptly FOR RENT.-Elegant story 8-room '
'ANTED' -Contributions for the Orphans $1300. filled for rose, carnations flowers I cottage at 318 West Belmont St. Apply -
Home. Money, clothes, eatables FOR SALE OR RENT=House containing FOR SALE-Barred Plymouth Rock I MRS., H. S. CHUN will receive pupils and designs of all kinds. Miss Bertie to Walker Ingraham at Star Laun.

etc.. received. ;Notify Mrs. Wm.Hsher I four rooms and hall on .Jordan cockere'a! ready for yard $1.50 to Five lots on the southeast corner in shorthand at her residence, Smith. 616 N. Barcelona. Phone 651. dry. 25jan
( president, or Mrs. N. McK. street 'near Palafor Rent $8oO $3; 15 eggs $1.50; thirty 250. Mrs. Spring and Lee streets $2500.: 1 321 N. 'Barcelona St. Terms $5.00 a I
Oerrjn'g. secretary* 4mar month. Address T, Newell. R. F. D. Uzzlf B. Hughes Chipley. fla. month )in advance. 4mchlmo.TO TAILORING-B. L. Diamond. Tailor.I FOR RENT.-Elegant two story tor.

-- I No. 1, City. 7marlw 14feblm Three lots on Strong street, between U. S. LIFE SAVING STATION Gents' clothing cleaned, pressed and room in new Star Laundry buIlding'

A.-'rlm-Thc public to know that I! 10th and 11th avenues. This. AND RETURN The launch Le- repaired on short notice. No. 11% I I E:. Garden street Apply Walker In-

we can do -all kinds of repairing FRESH YARD EGGS-Received daily FOR SALE -New piano cheap. Address property is very cheap! at.$650. I Clair! leaves Palafox street wharf 9 a. West Government St., Pensacola, Fla. graham, Star Laundry. %2dec.A. .

float building, horse shoeing, etc. J. I and e\ery" egg guaranteed; 23 cents "Piano," care Journal. feb24 m, daily I Fare roun! trip 25 cents. idee.J. .
G Welsh Carriage Co. C 27feb dozen. 'C. M, Wilson, corner Davis Money at the lowest market rates Spec-al': rates to parties. Pavilion .R. BINGHAM has storage room for '
''I and Lloyd streets. Phone 620.. FOR SALE.-Improved and unimproved on improved or vacant'city' property. phone 6orf. C. H. Burton, Manager. H. PORTER sallmaker. 716 South rent, suitable for furniture or other
KODKERS. get Kauffman's prices 4mar3w property( In all parts of the city.J. 'mch4-1m* Palafox street. Orders taken for goods 104 and 106, South Tarragon&
for developing and: finishing. Best I A. Wilson & Co. Real Estate Agents, tents awnings camp stools and house St Phone 630 JOnor
FOR SALE-Fine lot of juniper posts 7 -Salisbury cots. etc. Prices reasonable. 31 Jan.
ano! cheapest in city. Mail orders re- Room building. Phone MA'I1'RESJS.ES.-Wholesale and retail -
'pive and cypress shin'gles (% inch butts]) .
prompt attention. Romana and I 172. 23Jan manufacturers and dealers in -
Palafox Sts 20feb. and other building material Joel cotton, moss' and E. & C. mattressesand :
Frater, Baylen Street ;Wharf. Cmarlw FOR SALE-One fine extension table batf springs. Second hand furniture Board and Rooms. LOST

V AmED-To loan money on your and six fine dining chairs cheap/ THE FISHER bought and sold.. Upholsteringand
FOR, S\LE-or trade for city property NICELY FURNISHED- front room
PTSonal II ,
property and household Address P. 0. Box 395. :5fen repairing! done. Old mattresses '
goods; Mobile. Loan Co. corner Jefferson a highly improved orchard of r renovated; new' ticks furnished if d3- with or without board. 401 W. Chase. LOST, STRAYED: OR STOLEN-Ren
and nuts just and white spotted cow with leather
I peaches, oranges coming 6mar2w
ana< Zarragossa Sts. FOR SALE.-10 room house corner sired..., 114 E. Belmont. St., city
feblm'COURThOUSE into bearing., Excellent soil, suitable strap on Right horn defective
'I' for trucking. Good market. Fane lot, 3 blocks from Palafox, lot" J>6x: REAL ESTATE'' AGENCY. Phone 771. Davis Mfg. Co., C. T. Davis -. FOR REl'i"T-one double furnicbedl Reward.for return to 1302 E. Gonzalez '
192 on oar line. For particulars: Inquire Mgr. '
DYEING. Pressing investment. Address, Orchard, Jour room suitable for light house keeplug. street. 4mch

and) Cleaning] Club. 118 N. Palafox nal office. 4mchlw. of Standard Clothing Co Jan! NO'IICfotfer my services as sur i Apply 1000 E. DeSoto Imarlw!!-I LOST-A bunch of keys in or near

Si Mrs T. J. Davis, Prop. Your pat- ; local homesteads for the I
FOR SALE-SO acres good land three FOR SALE-2 horses; 2 bugges; 2 Phone 87. vey9r I FOR RENT-Newly furnished rooms postoffice. Suitable reward for return '
onage solicited
; satisfaction guaran- and harness also people of western counties of Florida. reasonsonable. Apply to V. Hoist & Co. Baylen street wharf,
; 'cd. miles south of Chipley. Twenty wagons surrey A tfor rent very
Careful attention given ladies' Sr. Lock-
I Address W. J. Stephens ,
Apply to Mrs Imarlw or Danheldser's saloon. 3mar
bargain. F.
garments. Phone 1222. 8feb acres in cultivation! and pure spring ; B. Rad- Ala. 16feblm. 20 W. Romana. I
I water. Will sell for cash or on t Ime cliffe, 809 N. Alcanlz St: Jmcblw hart LOST-Near postoffice,' bunch i l :of keys ;
WANTED.- i g--and .transferwork. I Apply A. Hogeboom,' Chipley Fla. 1 206 South Palafox Street. C. :ROPKE has just opened a batcher I WANTED. few boarders at 212 W.: containing one postodce key anj
Office 363 residence FRESH GARDEN SEEDS-All kinds store : Davis !
phone ; 28feb. 1 shop- and grocery corner Gregory. New house good neigh. various other kejs. Return for
rhot, 390. Acosta & White, 22-28 N. I II of strictly fresh farm and garden and Brainard Sts Your patronage borhood and on car line. ICfeblm;.I ward. W. Morgan & Bro 2marlw rv '
Tarragona St. 25mar. FOR SALE.-One choice Mock on top seeds at reasonable prices. Also --- ------- J solic'ted: Satisfaction gua'an '---

I. of the ridge east of the electric: fruit and, nut trees. Banks Brps- Money to Loan. I teed. Phone 915. l larm.WATTS' NICE FURNISHED ROOMS for rent .1 LOST-A petition cuntainingnnmber- .
\\'A.TED.-Th tlercnanti Transfer railway, between 7th and 8th streets Chipley, Fla. 25feblm AND COLESContractorsand Newly furnished clean aol: nice of signatures of value to no one but
Ca wants your moving and hauling. Nautre has favored this section and It II ;;m1 br.j near postofflce. Apply at 1284 E. owner. Reward for return to Journal
A.1 breakage guaranteed. T. B. Tnor- cannot be'duplicated, A. V. Clubbs.FOR EGGS for hatching from carefully : TO. LO Everybody builders. Estimates on all kind Government street, Mrs. B. M. Trainer. office Sfcb
!:n. Prop_ Phone 978. 18juncln.TEDTo manted hens. Strictly thoroughbredfowls rows money from Jno. A. Hall &j i of building and repair work. Satisfaction .
SALE.-Only 4 young Boar' pig uranteed. Phone 1208.:! office, 7janlm.
\\ and I guarantee a good hatch. Co., 16 E. Government street Whtu I I I
\.\ buy old gold and silY sired by Duke of Florida 68923 out 208 N. Reus., 2Steblm5CA1UUAGFJS.
Y broken 1 Stock for sale! at reasonable prices. in need call on us Sr blmMONEY' I Oil newspapers at five cents. bundlet A GOOD CARRIAGE.
stuff regardless of Lee. of Baltimore.: 5S544
up of Orphan
Barred Plymouth Rocks White Plymouth repaired and repainted. this office. They are all clean
IzQCash paid. & Klein with registrations and LOANED on all kinds of personal .
Ligntman guaranteed
All Rocks I built order. Horse shoe
S. to
and C. Brown
"* R Wright. Phone 1127. pedegrees. Carl Setterlind, Chlpley. Leg- property on short notice. Floats and nice. I i I When you want a feooj: carriage,
horns; $1.00 J. G. Welsh CarriageCo.
per setting of 15 eggs or ing a specialty
Fla. 26nov. Terms easy. J. B. Gray &; Co., 2V.. I prompt service and safa'anJ careful
VYTCITo lease alive $5.00" a hundred: for incubator eggs. I 1165.: 27feb BAYI1)TEL-OPen night and day.
or buy or Romana. Phone ifebIONiiiYTO'LOAN.0fl
'ia tinted satin have 500 half gallon cans fancy Flori j European plan. Rooms light and treatment, remember the original
room cottage or will entertain FOR SALE-Rose : gown. HACKXo'12-Always ready with good .
proposition from party who owns lot silk lined- trimmed, real lace and I da Syrup. Will deliver at 50c per gal, real estate or reliable driver. C, H. Taylor, pro- clean. Transient Trade solicited. HACKMAN'S EXCHANGE. '
"id willing to build me suitable cot- India gauze. Good as new. Never Ion. Address Plymouth Rock Poo.-} _other sufficient security by appl pretor.: Phone 123&. Hackman's Exchange S75- 79 S. Palafor. Jis. S. Jtflcolau, PHONE 185.

tag. Price and terms must be reawnable worn In Pensacola. Cost $85. Wl'1 I Fla.try Farm. J. J.. Pope, Prop... Bristol! Ing to Thos., Pebley.stairs cor. Palafox 17nov-m.and Phone 185. 20feblmVIAVI ,Prop. It was founded in 1892 and it has a
Davis street. 24feblm Romana. up : ---
and location not too far out. sell for $25. 1311 North
reputation for polite and careful drivers -
of the
Do not answer this ad unless you can Also white chiffon hat, three hand )MONEY TO LEND-On.good real estate -The patrons "'lavtTrea.tment" and the best informed cabmen in
give full particulars in first letter as some plumes, cost $18, sell for half FOR SALE-3 acres land: on Town security or on good collateral are cord'ally Invited to STEAMBOAT'SCHEDULE the city. Following arc the' members

to location price terms, name of! 23feb3t. Point opposite city.near marine w*ys. at lowest rates. Leslio E. Brooks. call at Hotel Southern 0 Mondays, where andFriys STEAMER CAPT. FRITZ. J. M. and their hack numbers:
2 to m- the .
Parts $300 cash; deep water frontage Address from p.
rp etc. Address "Good Tenant" PORCH CURTAINS-Better than Land. care Journal 10'eo-I Fisher building. Sljan can meet the representative, Mr*. H Rogers, master._ Passengers and A. 1[. So'oman! No 1; A. J Leggett.o. ,
ft_ Journal 2marlw.'AXTEDTo awnings. Half the price; keeps out I I MONEY LOANED on all kinds of personal P. Booth Phone 1027 llfeblm Freight service between Pensacolaand 5; J. Stallworth. No. 7; J. E. JWr.Tls. .

\\ the sun, lets In the air._ Sx! s zes.I FOR SALE-A patent right for .Florida property on short notice. McKInzie Oert- Freeport, Fla. ,At Baylen stn-et No. 8; S. Sunday, Jr.. No. 11? C.
loan money on your "being booked for April 1 de Good sel'er. ThE're'Is'mon Terms easy J- W. Bullard. upstair SJTIP CHANDLERS :wharf, Wednesdays. Tourists and H. Taylor No. 12; O. Abdelcothe! ; No.
Orders \ yin .
Batches, Jewelry and personal eC.fecllo. Postal. Box 483, or phone 485 this. Address Patent Journal :g'; Sontb Palafox St. Phone 1144 log: & Co. wholesale and retail-ship others desir to ECO places of Interest '15: R. J. Parker. No. 18; T. II Hear-
Highest cash price for old gold livery. Srnarlw'I offie. Inn chand>r9 and grocers. only first-class on ChoctawhatcMe Bay and Santa old. No. 21; S.' Bibbs. No. 25; M, Pat
an1 silver E.'rlght. brings samples.' 4mehlw house of kind in cjty. Fair prtcatoaU. 30 A. J. Braswell
Llghtman & Klein 106 i ion Rosa Sound should make this trip. terson. No. ; No. 77?
Phone 1127. UNLIMITED amount or money to loan will make" rates for parties of ten or All the above are nice, closed! car
TYPEWRITERS-All makes; new and t t-Corn Hen 'ecd your Special
FOR SALE.-Nice. clean newspapersfor all .kinds of personal property. '
'W\XTED.-A. R. BIngham wants sal*!.' Only 5c a bundle. They' second hand, for sale and rent. Special rates to business men on large hens lay and: kep them In a healthy more. For rates or other Information I riages.
and are Phone 380. T. B. Bruce, 28 E. Government New York Loan Co. 201 condition. Try it. For sale by the apply,on board or ,address. P. O. Signed J. STALLWORTH Pre.
your make wrapping paper l scans. The % .
moving and hauling. He gual'outees good I Bear Co." Web Box 692, Pensacola Fla.' By a IL TAYLOR, Sea and Tr...
all breakage. Phone 630. just the thing to put under mattlns. m4.r South ..PalafOLc. Lewis


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4 in i UNION Following; is a list .of ,tb3 Je 'iltf recorded ALADAMA.MARkETS.

yt;! 't>rday re.porjt.l.by. 7be1 1 i Insuran e, Gen'! AgtsFJre"

Pensacola Abstract GI: Both youth _______ J .Knowles Bros. Pens
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J. J. Hooton to E. E.Gaskins, lots 13: e lola
t\ (' and 20. block J05S East King; Tract,' and old age need this excellent -

Organizer M. Walker' $80. I --
Henry Spoke E. E. Gaskins to J. JHooton., lots i tonic. Keeps: uP Naval Stores. (

19! anJ 20. block 103..New City Tract! strength vim and cour- naval
: Before that Drganination $1 and other considerations. ; I II : stores'Savannah-market closed, Mar.today 6-The as follows: ..................................................... ,

J. W. Sindorf to J. W>Hyer. lots 10, age. A high grade product .- .
WW.- .. . -

i; Last. Night' 1 I Ii I I City 9, 8 and Tract E% $1 of lot and 7,other block considera 151 New: I,- that is always good. N WG...- .. .. .......5 6 90M 10 1 I II Iron Works ::: Supply Co. i

I Organizer Henry )sI. Walker of the tions. AlL GOOD DEAlERS SELL'IT .' .;.5 45K : Manufacturers and Repairers of MACHINERY AND BOILERS *
There's a hundred per cent. American Federation of Labor ad- James Kanen to W. C. Barrlneau,, .. 5 20 ,
; of satisfaction In every garment dresses' the Painters Union in regular C. H. Barrineau and C. R. Barrineau 1..4 55H
T. 2 N. R. 30 W. : REPAIRS A SPECI"LTY. Prompt to all orders! 4
Sec. 23. except
all 25G.
session last Union Hall Atlanta.'I ..4
;t here. It has distinctiveness I evening in
; you night Agents for James lcKay &; Co.'s celebrated 1.0 and :
day or
In style and workman i, and touched upon matters of intwest;! 51'/_ acres sold to Jas. McCulloughand .. .. -.. .. ....4 10 I 'limber Dogs 'also chains of all descriptions. Office phone 123.;Resl. .
: 6 acres to B. R. Pitt" containing 4 10E
to the and
: their craft. 8-iour workday F.-
; ship. Men who want to wear !! 580.75 acres $1000 and other .consid : 4 10 : dence phone 1029. P. O. Box 123. PHIL WITTMAN Mar. 6
their purchasing power. erations. .. .., +..................+.+...+......++ ... +b....+..++*
,1. the best; will take note of this I He called attention to the fact .thati D.._ .... .. ...4 10
Pensacola well an.l James S. Richard to The Southern .4 10
1 ,and see our garments before i I was organized C .
claimed that among the Screwmen States Lumber Co,' right of way 50' Spirits Turpentine 69% cents.
; with their dollars. Some
parting Stevedorss, Lumbermen. Timbermen ft. wide commencing at a point on c
fine Suits $12.50 and $15.00.:' 1: and Fishermen there existed seven or. Township line between Sec. 1 T. 5 N. AUSLEY & CO.'S REPORTS
Fine Shirts at 75 cents and up ganizations. The carpenters with two I I R. 33 W and Sec. 36 T. 6N. R. 33 W. ''I ;:;. [Liverpool Cotton Market.: ;

to $2.50.The i unions and thq .following] crafts with 1716 ft. E. of NW -corner' of Sec. 1. Close IAUSLEY i s COMPANY J

one each: Painters. Stags. Employees.Printers .! thence tV.242: ft.. thence' degree vvooriAll J.n.Teb..i..................
,Street Car )den. Machinists. to the left 133 ft to state 1'ne: between Feb.-M r.. 5f4 ,
Bricklayers. Piasters and Retail Alabama and Florida. said point! beng! kinds that want. )(& .- .674 .
Clerks, and he advocated a more 718 ft. W. on state line from SE corner you Aprll-M ....'.67M :
c1mer affillabon. He said the very life: of Sec. 31 T. 1 N. R. I 6 E. in Ala.. .y>Iun .,. .'; COMMISSION BROKERS, : C
John white Store : or the city depended upon the wage- $375. ; Jane-July. .
I carner and as he was organized it followed ]-i iII W. P. Brownson to Louis Boley. S OAK AND PINEcheaper Jnly-ABmit 6.83 I !
,. Sfteiallfl In ".,,'* Wttr. that he was entitled to recognition -: % ot lot 5. Sec. 26 T. .1 N. R. 31 W Angatt-September.-. .. II WEST INTENDENCtt STREET, PENSACOLA, FLA.
Patalox Street. i II by the business interests. 40 acres $200. than you tan buyit September-October .6. I 205-207 S.
; Ctotober-NoTember .......6.61NovemberDecember
In proclaiming what had been accomplished C.- R D'AIemberte to Lous! Bo'e>'. anywhere. Any size you .....'.... :
5,59 N. Y. N. 0 and
Phone 225.CHAS.BLUM&CO:: i by the trade union struck movement lots 2i) and 27 East of U & N. R. It. want. D8t\emberJaDual'7 ..,..... .....!......... I Private Chicago. 4.4ft
I : he said: "Trades unions in Sec.21 T. 1 S. R. 30 W. 20 acres $1. Liverpool 5.89. :
Spots. _
_. I from th! limbs of labor the chain of J. J. McCaskill to Josephine SigarE& .
.wjH --- r ignorance misery. They ha\e dc.nered 1 E., G. SEWELL New York Cotton Market. GRAIN PROVISIONS and BONDS
-- the find little child from that in-: lot 40, block 8, Old; City $800. Open High Low Close |i. .COTTON,STOCKS, i
M. R. Zeek and C. I* Zeek husband, .
child-labor factory March.1055 1007 1051 1C! 64
human monster the to D. Hale ,Wilson. E& of block :234: Phone 61 e.SHiPPIN'C :
and given her to the school Hay.....v.10.;; 1081 10.7 10.84 Bought and Sold on Margin or for Investment. :
New Tract i
morn. They are rapiJly putting an siderations.City $100 -and other. con July..<'. JO.89 1067 1085 10.97October..ia.es
sweatshops .19.3] 1083 103: '
end to tha disease-breeding R. J. Brent to Florda: and Alabama December........ i i
and the slums of our cities. 10,38 10.41 10.37 104 Reference: First National and Peoples Banks Phone 1173
Land Co.. lot of ]land in the Mazen NEWSArrived. New York Spots. 11.3D .
have demanded and compelledthe
jH They introduction of safety appliances Tract known as Sue Harvey place and Wheat.Open ............................ ........................

on our railroads, steam eb/ps: and in described as follows: Beginning ''ata High Low Close
our shops. They are winning shorter point on the W. shore of BayouChico I May_. tl'! 79 7gi 78j
260 ft. E. of ,v. line of Maxen July.............'7R
hours icK! happier of labor homes for the for mn the and women mak--, Tract thence N. 1 degree E, 172 ft.' New Orleans.. n 78 4 7V3 :............................................ ..t.: y,

and giving the children healthy minds thence W. 1 degree N. 50 ft., thence E. O. Saltmarsh Br ss, Rogers. '-
and sound bojiee.\ S. 1 degree W. 150 ft and thence alon ; 2319 Liverpool to Gulf Transit Co. Corn i When the Fire is Right iI I It-

"The labor union staaa"s' for order the' Bayou 50 ft to point of beginning. Cleared. Open High Low Clot

:'l intelligence prosperity and Christian $I and other con ideratlons. Persia Br bktn-:Cogswell 578, for M.T.43 43*.; 43 4SJttlT ,. ILdt
A. A. Fisher to Lula Itt lot 2%. _..
brotherhood and they have lifted the 3 .4J-! 43X 43*
workman to a higher place than he block 103 East King Tract East of Havana, with 395,000 s.ft lumber. I dtel
Dinner Prompt I IThe
ever knew and made of him a factor Tarragona street. $70. Sailed. I _New.York! Stock; Market The eld.
I In the up-building of civilization. It Sliedrecht Dutch ss, Visser for Open Clos I .
needs no apologists. Its enenu'es are Gives Health, Vigor and Tone. Genoa. Southern P..tfte..s.... .. fi5 ; d.D1
the common fnemies of justice and Herbine is a boon for sufferers from Copper..,...... ioo% leO'-g .
humanity. All the improvements that anaemia. By its use' the blood i 18 VESSELS ?CRT. A. 8.R.. I37j' J381Atch : i cooking delicious and everybody *

labor has gained during the past quarter quickly regenerated and the. colo Steamships.Alioth .... gj i 89'. is satisfied. Fires always ready if j ou .*
A R.-. ......
of a century such reduced hoursof becomes normaL The drooping Dutch sS.-'Mnlda 1298. Rotterdam 1LRT.... 132U41.! t ucs a.Gas. Range.. Range $13.00. Coa- .i ClG
labor higher -wages, better living strength is revived The languor Is to order. "jlltw{ B.* 0 .-.. HE'S 79,4 llOi 7. : ; : 'i} ,? __,.* nections free. '_. '. t. CCpti,

4 aim working conditions and higher diminished. Health vigor and tone Farmsum Dutch.,.S5, Scheltema Erie,.....?.,..... .'1"g ti:! i. )oJ- '. ,: : "- : -t if ..
education culture and rsfinement are predominates. New life and happy ;
1597. West Haftlepoql to W.. I.. Wit C.? I a, 59:" tltc
1 517 AND 519 WEST BAY ST.. traceable to organize! workers and activity results. Mrs. Belle H. ShrleMiddlesborouKh tich: \.1 U. B..".. 3n"i ttj!! : : 0 I :

JACKSONVILLE, FLA.NickVBtiffet to no other source. It. Is largely due Ill., writes. I hav lolanthe Br ss. Hodgson. .1943 St. U.S..'preferred.......'....... I04 i 105>. tcb
to the ,constacy and militancy of organized been troubled wifh liver complaintand Its..2_
Vincent to'Gulf ,Transit Co. 28
L------- labor its readiness to strike poor blood and have found nothing Kirkswood..Br sg,-Larson.. 2095. Lon. L." N.....-................... IH J43. I.f Pensacola Gas Company I rf
blow! for Wow if necessary that whatever to benefit me like Herbine. I don. 4 ** Lead.:6. 77*{

; and possess liberties In this the age American of grinding people competition hope wished never that to I had be without known of it.it I In have mhusband's Pleamoor. Br ss, Prest. 2803... Mobileto I.Met............................. 165 4t'i: 167 4 }!. Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. |

master. Can.Pac......,............... Idt *
and trust encroachment struggles have and life time. SOc. Sold ball Secunda Br s?. Ponnelson] 1309 NT.C...._..;................ 145 1.0-i 14i! ;................................. ............. tlI

; Restaurant been preserved by the and druggists. Tenereiffe to The'W;S. Keyser Co. P.O:_.........._............ 96 C6
sacrifices of organized men Tugela Br ss, Lacock. 2148. Vera B'D'O.. ........;.............. lSi'Ya 129H I
:A la the only place of Its women in the ranks of ]labor. Escambia Lodge No. 15, F. & A. M. Cruz. ''* aLP ..:........................ 5 17&VM .. .
JI. Mud in Pensacola.: {In fact "Organized labor believes that if Special communication or Vivina Span ss, .Bustinza.,1983,, LIverpool K.I..........,................. f6\i\' .
It is the woman is compelled to work she ...A. Escambia Lodge. No. 15, T. & ; :to Gulf .Transit,Co.Chips. :' IJ: B........_......;........... 88 39Ji
i1 5sfi' should recedro! : the same wage as the a A. M.. will] be held Friday I Panes......................... 1 5 13S & i : !
A Pride man and it guarantees> and protxiis _, evening March 9th. at 7:301 !T., p. l49Ji 150* 1 MARION GURRYt CO. I
to her in her rights. We are 'epeneThgmillions o'clock. Work in M. l\[. Degree.i Avon Ital BMp.! Av gnE', 1601,-Genoa -

of dollars each year in the Visiting brethren fraternally; invited<< I to Rosasco Bros. at,, Ausley &. Co's. Daily Cotton Letter. 0
Pensacola.Larger. way of and'sick deathbenflts disability, out-of-work among C. D.: BEYER. 1 Casanova- Ital ,.bk.., Avegno. 1069, New York Mar.:: 6.-Still the good 16, 18, 20 MANRESA STREET, J "8'
ola1: ago W. G. DAILY. \\'. 11. Genoa. spot Giemand' keeps up In the United .
cities cannot members. We are taking care of the Secretary.A .. Elvira. Port ship. Rodriques 1488. Kingdom Liverpool reporting a da'cn.o PENSACOLA FLORIDA. tJ
widows and orphans and making happier .1 : J
Lisbon to order. i, ftIt
but 1
; point in spots sales of
boast of a better equipped homes for all. The labor unions .
place.' The service is the the greatest moral force of the age. GENTLEMAN'S-- -- Orpheus' Aust .ship Medanic. Tries. 12,000[ bales while futures were practically : -WHOLESALE- :\
TASTE: IS BEST te. : unchanged when a decline of
best that be had.
can It has done more good for a greater
4 2 I ,to 3 points
Bar" was looked for. The

|f;| Nick Apostle, Propt'rMorris this number on this our Imperial of forefathers continent,people Repub] than since founded c."anything Washingtonand In liberty done CERTIFIED SUITED WITH CHECK A Genoa,Adele.Due to CuiginI Swed order.bk Ital Janse Tk. OlivarL.596 Havana.125S- this siderable usual Continent morning takings was but again that, ar it so a will short good take of buyer their con I Hay Grain and Feed Stuffs 1\ii tlt tlI

Ciampa Bmelia, Ital bk, 864, Ha heavy buying for them to I
5c CIGAR.All vana. catch up and this they must do In '

IL Dannheisser Retail Clerks Meeting To-Night Elvira Port bk, Rodriquez 1586, for order ished to fill their contracts for the fin i j; Only Exclusive Dealers in West Florida. Any Quantity. :
of then the qualities of ftar article.
A permanent organization r aroma Delagoa Bay. with 701.539 s ft, sawn
color and gooa' material la There was no rain from : Experienced Grader. Prices Right. Grades Perfect. :
;dl (Formrly of Dannheisser Bros.) w Clerks Association will be effect' timber' ; 291,922 s ft-lumber.] reported
4z 4.I Pure Old Rye and Bourbon Finer -eti j this afternoon at 6:15 in Union. embodied in It. Gudny Nor bk, Saanum, 81. Ham any section of the blt this morningweather.'conditions : Trial Order Solicited. Write for Prices. *
Wines. Beer ana Tobacco. Labor HaJl in the Old Armory buildIng burg to master. being Ideal for
and all of those present will be Pedro Lacave, Span. bk 'Mariltang$ the preparation of the new crop but t Telephone! 208. P. 0. Box 661. *

r Old Hickory Whiskey MySpeclalty admitted at a cheaper rate than will A. Greenhut & Co. 509, Savannah to Rii M. Robinson. these eomswhai: preparations delayed have already if been ...................... ...........................: (11)
r obtain later on. Providenra. bk, Olcese.1183; although not se-
W. ,
Zarrafiossa Street
A large attendance is expected and Starthem.. Br bk,, .Maitland! 1272 -.ously] interrupted from now on the F.
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: PENSCAOLA. FLORIDA. especially among the salesladies, many PENSACOLA. FLORIDA.COFFEE". Antwerp. resent 'delay oula': scarcely amountto ------ ------------ 2'

; of whom have given assurances of being Thomas. Ital bk, ..Lano 803. Naples] very much. The time has come t.
4 __ _.. _________________ present, as'they receive the same -- ------ Umberto I, Ital, hk, Olivarl, 766, when the trade are pretty thoroughly
benefits that the men do and do not Genoa to Rosasco Bros. convinced that there is not enough 3'C
have to pay as much to belong.LsL ] Schooners.Lizzie cotton: to last' through until Septem- You Can Build a House Cheaper 'C
t.f ? bra and there has been enough delayn

E. Demison Am sob. Peck, starting -the new crop to carry It eC
StetsonSpring 452. to master up to that time. 'now than you will be able to ever build again even .n:

: ANDREWS I We Horatio L. Bak r.- Am sch, Mohr The cloth market conltinues firm the near future. Materials constantly increasing in ,
are the Pioneer 720. Lagtia to J., A. Merritt & Co. with gOod sales reported from both

Coffee Roasters of' Thos. S. Dennison. Am sch,' Wa4e, Manchester and Fall River. What price.
1329 Baltimore to order. many of us _expected f<,,; months past
West Florida.McHUGH'S Barkentines.Beatrice .I and never had faith in seems now near Ask Us for Special Prices.

HatsYOU Soecial: to The Journal.St. .1 ealization.: The short crop is show-
Am bktn. Casaveggio 1430
Andrews. Mar. 5.-Mr. Nun- Ing wherever w look and supply conditions
Rctterdam to Pensaco'a Lumber Co.- Saunders Mill
I nallv! of Lexington, Ky.. Is here this Caroline Koch Dan bktn. Holm, il are beginning to tell. CottonIs Company,
week enjoying the filing and other BLENDShave hard to ''buy in the interior and at lr
Fort de France McKenzie: Oertlng ; Phone 717. 21 East Garden ,Street. ;
I pastimes of the bay. & Co. he ports and the movement is declinIng iia

I GET THEM HERE.:: Messrs. Otto Tranzand and Oiway fast and causing a rapid reduction --- t
: WE HAVE THEM IN Ware are In Pensacola. where they 1 4 i! the visibU supply- as evfc'enced by .
r .. no equal. ,A trial. last week's figures. Mr. Smith
4 t SOFTS AND STIFFS IN I went to attend the Mardi Gras festivities. organ- I.f:
I ter-and financial agent for the'Cotton
fjrowers'i Association at the St. e. L. HALL & CO. I-
l SHAPES FEATHER t After an invalidism of about three
WEIGHTS. years :Mr. W.,H Bartel of this place noisseur that we Charles Hotel l in New Orleans makes;
the claim that the WILL SELL FOR SIXTY DAYS .
required: reductionIn
I died at his home on Beck street on make ,
no extravagant acreage is being made In
Tuesday and was buried on Wednesday WHICH IS INHERENTLY SUPERIORTO every
I afternoon. Funeral services were claims. section oftbi belt but our advices FOUR FULL QUARTS
ALL OTHER AMERICAN over our private wires do not bear .
conducted Rev. Mr. Joyner the
by at
...0 F...
this out. and whils
we do not doubtIr.
Presbyterian church. He is survived

i $3.50 i!I, !by two a other widow song and a who young live sun in here other and Wholesale and RetailGROCERS PRODUCTS. assertion) Smith's we honesty are somewhat In making afraid this he THE_ CROWN OF BALTIMORE PURE RYE WHIKEY-

: states. I is depending altogether too much on "
This Is it hearsay and has not investigated the FOR &3.5O. I
; MIsS :Mary Holman. of Athens Ga., a fact, though mar be It
HATS new.s to our local l people. that there actual conditions. We firmly believe
J -GOOD ONES TOO- I visiting Miss Margaret Mr* and Sheppard Mrs. M. G.is expect.Post. Is a beer made in Macon. Ga.., which and cotton has real worth around present Other brands at rock-bottom prices. You get your J
IN ALL THAT'S NEW I and all kinds of Feed has ban awarded the palm of superiority prices and purchases on any declines tnalqrder. ,
I ed home on Friday from Pensacola. the order is received. Give a
I IN SHAPES FROM $1.50 in competitive trial with the that may occur will prove :a goods same day us "
UP. and is to be accompanied by a friend. Stuffs.Pluto rcnst costly widely] advertised and profitable investment. B. L HALL & CO. Quincy, Fla.
:Miss: ::Morris of New Haven. Conn. of the ,
Cotton higher sal
consumed beers in AmericAAnd grades Is : t
Messrs. Lewl* !I. Gates and H. J.j j I the convincing fact,of the award is to b.3 getting very scarce and some'of ----- -- _
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Randall, of Brandon. WIs., are guests I the prominent people] are
that it was made by the Walhemus predicting a
at the Ware house. widening of"the differences. It la -----------a- 1
I WaterWholesale Institute, Chicago the* most critical] *----- -
Mr. R. S. Shippey of )Missouri was reWer's chemists in the country. prObable thatthe_ forthcoming ginners'
a guest of Mr andlrS':: M. G. Post And yet there Is such an established report from the Census Bureau will SHINGLES SASH DOORS WINDOW GLASS
i last week. I ,
prejudice in favor of foreign article contain newlY' formed Ideas' as to the
I and Retail. Lat .many people' continue to buy-a size of the crop and we look 'for a BUILDING MATERIAL.
t. : Crew Notice. her! made in the .north, and which further rise pending its Issue. We
H. Neither the captain owners I t I has been declared Ay' 'northern x- therefore 'advise purchases on all soft Phone II. H. C. DeSILVJ\ CO.

nor consignees of the f pert to be. inferior.Io our own home pots.
New Orleans Co. '
Aust. ship will be Grocery I '- -wi- a
_; Orpheus product. -
CASH CLOTHIER, responsible for debts contracted give It. trial '"Suffered day and night the tormentof tJ
Call for this beer and a
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by the crew of said vessel. Ask for American Queen." made byAsme itching piles. Nothing helped me n -
Corner Palafoi and Mala. N danich. Jas. McHugh '1 Brewing Co'r.3Ia on. Ga.. Order 'ntil I used Doan's Ointment. It aired -
Master c. '- Captain, a case for home(use/am1!- give1;It a, me permanently."-Hot. John It. I .Subscribe The Journal

.t r------ .Conslgneee ; : *' Phone 05. J r pr..tori; thorough critical-test.- .- I Garrett. Mayor of Grard.: Ala.jjjjjjjjjt.jj.


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