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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 8, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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VOL. IX NO. 58. '
PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 8, 1906. PRICE
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1nus OF THEPARLIAMENT TO LOOK INTO O ..HH t* .a I : !
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COMMITTEE ON ## LACERATED FOUND BODY IN::A. TREE.' *:1 I NORTH ATLANTIC FLEET TO

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OIL AND COALMONOPOLIES ; ,
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# By Associated Press. '

r Parkersburg W. Va., Mar. 7. ,

RIVERS AND ** When a exploded quantity near of nitroglycerine WI1-- ;* RENDEZVOUS AT PENSACOLASPLIT

liamstown, in this county,two %
% weeks ago II. D. Kerr was %

# driving the wagon in which it *
OF f RUSSIA
HARBORS :was being carried. tAll that i?1 IN CONGRESS OVER
President t Roosevelt_ Signed Bill fr could be found of him Immediately .0.;. The Coast Defense, Squadron Will

# after the explosion was 7?
Passed Recently With Some Ca few pieces of flesh and these & Await Arrival of Admiral

i} were shipped to Ohio for burial THE RAILROAD RATE BILL

Considerable Vagueness as to Hesitancy. Left Washington Yesterday for an # Today his lacerated body; was :t Evans and Fleet
7\* in three hundred
found a tree 3? .
True Meaning of Tuesday'sManifesto Inspection Tour of 'South feet from the scene 'of the ex- "

DIRECTIONS IN RESOLUTION WILL # plosion. ., ?.\t Sharp Difference of Opinion Manifested PRACTICE HERE

ern Ports.
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REMAIN INOPERATIVE UNLESS Over Question Court Reviewof

CASH IS -
PROVIDEDCONGRESSASKED

Certain No Written ConstitutionHas FOR $50,000 TO DEFRAY Body is Due to Reach Pensacola ROUVIER Rulings. Vessels- are Expected .to Reach


Been Granted. EXPENSES OF COMMISSION. Tuesday March 13 Port Some Time This Month. .
By Associated Press, sharp issue with this ,statement. The ,
i MI'NISTRYo Washington, Mar. 7.-That there is former expressed the opinion that the --_ 1 .l
a sharp difference of opinion'! betweenthe issue is a vital one and declared thatif
HOPE EXPRESSED THAT CABINET By Associated Press. SEVERAL PROMINENT MEMBERSOF supposed friends of the Dolliver- the order was not to be maintained UNCLE SAM'S BIG FLEET op

WOULD BE RESPONSIBLE TO Washington, Mar. President Hepburn railroad rate bill was made until final judical settlement in a FIGHTERS IS NOW AT GUAN.
Roosevelt THE HOUSE OF' REPRESENTATIVES [ [ manifest today in the senate chamber. case is reached it will be necessaryto
sent a message to ,
congress
NATIONAL ASSEMBLY AFTER The division was over the question reform the courts. TANAMO FROM WHERE IT WILL,
ACCOMPANY THE CONGRESSIONAL ."
to-day announcing his signature to the whether the rate made by the Interstate Mr.\ Bailey contended that congresscan SAIL
BRITISH SYSTEM NOT REALIZ- joint resolution recently passed instructing COMMITTEE IN- Commerce Commission shall be so legislate as to maintain the SHORTLY-NEW BATTLE.; + 1

ED-GOVERNMENT WILL CON. the Interstate Commerce Crisis Came Like Bolt from suspended by the court pending final commission's rate until the final orderof SHIPS WITH FLEET OF. ADMIR.' ie
Commission to make an examinationinto CLUDING REPRESENTATIVESLAMAR a a adjudication and was brought to the the court is issued and to prevent .

TROL. the subject of railroad discriminations surface in a brief debate which, followed interlocutory orders suspending such, AL EVANS. _
AND SPARKMAN.By and
Clear Cabinet ;
and monopolies in coal aoa' oil. Sky m. a set speech by Mr. Clapp in rates. *t!
support of the bill. Durin'g the day two speeches were
He says frankly that he signed it I
with hesitation, because it may mediately) Resigned. In reply to a question by :\Ir. Till- made on the rate bill, one by Mr. Information coming from what I ia
Dy Associated Press.ft achieve little or nothing. lie indicates Associated Press. man )lr. Clapp expressed doubt as Clapp in support and another by Mr. considered most reliable source was

Petersburg, Alar. Although too. that if the investigation ;Washington. Iar. 7.-The committee r to the power to legislate so as to enforce Scott in opposition. The remainderof received yesterday afternoon to the ''

\-u ia> '& manifesto and ukase re- proposed by the resolution is conducted on Rivers and Harbors of the MAY HAVE IMPORTANT EFFECT the penalties imposed by the the day was devoted to the statehood effect that the entire North Atlantis ( '
.. the national assembly thoroughly, it will result in giving bill pending a review and given find- bill and :Messrs. Perkins and fleet would be at anchor in Pensacola
: ; to i
ng House of Representatives left here
immunity to all persons who are call today UPON CONFERENCE OVER MOROCCAN ing by the court. Spooner .spoke in opposition to thai I harbor before the expiration of the
" .,'" *- considerable vagueness regard- ed and sworn as witnesses.In for an inspection tour of Georgia, Mr. Tillman and Mr.\ Bailey took bill as it stands. present month. Admiral Evans or the s )

..111't'': [ \ exact status of parliament ur.d' the opinion of the president the 'Florida Alabama and Mississippi AFFAIRS IN SESSIONAT I navy, department having finally decided -

.: ,r ;h. new political scheme of gove directions contained in the resolutionwill ports. The committee will probablybe ALE GC IRAS DEBATE, ON to bring the vessels here to engage
remain inoperative unless money'is in target practice, as has been the t
:11"11'111 i the vagueness perhaps being in Pensacola on Tuesday March t' Competent and Willing Labor ht
custom for
several
provided to carry on tb.3 investigation CHURCH STARTED TROUBLE.By years. l
and intended for future
mi-utionai+ and the commission authorized to This will be welcome news to Pen., I
detii l';r: lID according to the develop- take testimony under its provisions.He 13.The party was accompanied by several Is Greatest Need of Meridian sacolians.some: of whom had given up l

mmt of events! ) it made clear that suggsets. therefore, that congress prominent congressmen; includingMr. 1 hope of seeing any of the big ships

Ri,>sid had nor been granted a written give; serious consideration to just whatit Hepburn, chairman of the Com Associated Press in the barber but from the reports
desires the Interstate Commerce mittee on Interstate and Foreign Con.- Pans: Mar 7,-Like a ,bolt from a received here yestetday It will be only
nmhii!! neon The, cabinet, as in the that the By Associated Press bor. j a question of a short time
sum before
Commission to do aatf coerce and author of the Hepburn ra'1road clear sky, the Rouvier ministry was theY'wIll
lift-man; remains quite independent dfflars be placed at :Meridian: Mar. 7-'fhe state con The governor ordered the militia to I have the pleasure of
hViem. of fifty thousand rate bill and Mr Griggs, chair- defeated in the 'Cham be of Deputies seeing the<<
!: victs ordered by Governor Vardamann stay here until tomorrow instead of bIg
fighters.
commission to defray
of the majority in parliament, the disposal of the man of ,the Democratic Congressional
tonight and immediately, reslgneJ. left todahaviD' completed the work today, at the ofcitizens.No .
' the expenses of the proposed in Executive' Committee and other request I Exactly what date the vessels will
prom-
h hop. expressed: after the manifesto The crisis the ruins.The greatest need additional deaths have occurred', arrive is not
vestigation. inent democratic and republican members cabinet comes at a most among known as this is left
of October ::0: that the cabinet would{ of the house.Representative dramatic 'moment when the French- I now is for competent and willing la-I and no more bodies have been found. with Admiral Evans oommand r.ln. +
be responsible to the national assem-. I I % I chief of the squadron, but it Is presumaa .
Lamar and Spark- German bas reached
decisive
bjv after the British system not being contest a 1- -- ) it will be during the" latter
rea'ized. The government believes it man, of Florida were in the party. state and it may exert an important DEBATE CLOSED portion of the month, and that their ; <

will con:roi tne new parliament and WILL DO MOST OF adverse influence 01 the Algeci- [ stay'will be of about the same duration
, ras ,'.and on* Europeair ONE.N [ Of NEGROES
roposes to fight further concessions ,CHAS/M. SCHWABIN fa'rs.Conference BILL as that of last year. y"%.. ._
tu the radical parties. The 'ON INDIAN Orders Were Changed. ; ,
defeat of the government came
Orders which had been issued to
NO DANGERBy on a comparatively minor ,debate over the Coast Squadron, under: Admiral j
HAMILTON r NEED THE V1.ORLD'S the church disorders. The govern- Associated Press. t
S By CAUGHT G BY Dickens, were diongea':' yesterday.The .
ment succeeded in holding 231
only
i Washington..Mar. 7.-With six set vessels were to have sailed this! I
votes while the various elements'In
Associated Press. ,
NOT TESTIFY to print two afternoon for Key West; but now they r
speeches and permission
New York. ,Mar. 7.-A teld opposition: polled 267.
ram received 1
I are to remain in the harbor and Join I
9 by the Associated Press tonight others in the record without delivery, the big fleet upon its arrival. The t

WO K KNew from the physicians of Chas. :M. no tvio of which were on the same ships had all taken coal and provisions I
By Associated ORj COTTON RATES SHERIFF
Press.Vew
York, Mar 7,-Senator Arm- Schawb who is en route to New York, subject. the house today closed gen I and were ready to sail early # .
states that the patient is not in immediate 'eral debate on the Indian appropriation : this afternoon, but now they will remain .
s' chairman of the
ong insurance in-
danger as the illness is insignificant. ARE EQUITABLEBy bill and tomorrow will take the at anchor and engage In small j
\'-visanon committee, said to-day t
", measure up for amendment. arms practice until the other ships:
the
tat committee would made no ef-.
.'."t t to call! Andrew Hamilton before and Old Uses of Electricity reach port.
Murderer Arrested. Associated Press. Linevitch in St. Petersburg. Implicated in the Shooting of a The Big Squadron.The j
'Wheeling, W. Va. Mar. 7.-A man Montgomery, Mar. 7.--The Alabama 1St. Petersburg Mar. Lieutenant
,
The reuirn of Hamilton from for Power Constantly following vessels comprise the
Europe are
.as the chief topic of con\ersatioa going under the name of Gregory, but RailrQad Commission today decided General Linevitch arrived in St. Petersburg Negro from Ambush Tues squadron<< under command of Admiral l

'!trough the city to-day. He refused believed to be Frank J. Constantine, that the freight rates on cotton to i ; today. Lieutenant-General Evans: ,t
'o sad an: think foi publication.PRINCESS Expanding. who is wanted in Chicago'! for the murder state mill points was fair and equitable Rudiger minister of war, and a few day Nights First Division. 1
of Mrs. Arthur Gentry on Janu and that no reduction was n'ied.1 military officers were 'at the stationto I Rear Admiral iR, D. Evans Com
-. -, ary 5 last has been arrestel at Cameron ed. The decision of the commission j welcome him, but no demonstra manding. + tt.
I ENA I I New Special York. Mar to The Forty-two Journal. million W. Va., where he was working in' follows the investigation ordered sometime tion was arranged in his honor. His of the negroes who is charged Maine-(flagship of Rear Admiral r jf{

: dollars represents the advance a restaurant. ago. I I reception was cold. with being implicated in the ambush Evans). Capt. 1C. E. Niles.
ing and shooting of a turpentine hand
NOW I A made by the electrical industry last : at McKinnon's camp Tuesday night hf'Arsarge-Capt. II. Winslow y
completed by New Kentucky-Capt. E. B. Barry. i
CATHOLICI >ear. Figures just was captured yesterday afternoon by
lissouri-Capt. E.C. Pendlet n.
I York experts prove that the greatest Sheriff Van Pelt about sixteen miles

By .. ,: Press. I gain ever made came in U'O;;. In the p> RF OOT Tti SPRIY( 4 from the camp near where the shooting Second Division tt
ten urn
Jin Sebastian Spain, Mar. 7.-The i I previous year the gain was on'.y of ARC rr POfT 3 ART/ ; occurred. Rear Admiral C. IL Davis Com 7
increase
!impressive ceremonies of conversion [ per cent. Last year an The first known here of the affair mantling. '
of Pnnce Ena of Battenburg to the from $175, OOO( () to $217.000.000 TU WO Ko was when a party reached the city Alaltama-(flagship of Rear Aa'mlr.
loman Catholic church prior to her shows that the- industry took a jumpof yesterday from the camp and notified al Davis), Capt. S. P. Comly. : j

narra?*. to King Alfonso took place twenty per cent. the sheriff of the shooting. It was\ I Illinois-Capt. J. A Rodgers.
'Miy in the chapel of the palace of The motor output increased $7,000-- thought at the' time that the negro Indiana-Capt. E. D. Taussig.'
Telephone apparatusbeat t, of who been ambushed was dead, 1.
\'Viramra Members I of the royal party 000 in value. haaf: Second Torpedo Flotilla.
*" deeply moved. The town is en10 this record by half a million. y but when the sheriff arrived he was Lieut. Coindr. M. M. Taylor Flotilla. x
cable manufacturers gained still alive. Two negroes were implicated CoromanderHopkios. .
ing a holiday in honor of the Wire and ii
'rent SS,04)0) ,000. A still larger Increase is but both of them bad hurriad- .-(flagship), I eut. C. TV"
shown "miscellaneous apparatus" ly left during the night The trackof Forman. 's .9

wh'ch; totals $:!5O.000.( () The only one of them was found, and after I..awrence-Lieut. T C. Hart. i
STEAMER NAVAHOE manufacturers who have stood still riding for about sixteen miles the Macdonough-Lieut. K. M. Bennwta.
the field of electrical clocks. In sheriff overtook and captured him. No Stewart-Lteut. R. C. Bulmer. I
are the lightning field the gains have been trace of the other man could be Truxton-Lieut. C. D. Sterna. t M1

STILL AGROUNDBy ,found. Worden-LIeut. V. S. Hopkins.
enormous.authorities say that the in- sn .> It was stated that thl ,two negroes Fourth Division. '
Trade
I I themselves near the roadside -
4//f "
dustry will continue Hs present rate i// secreted whom Rear Admiral W. II. Brownv,
the passed
Associated Press. In and when man
every part 4
Indefinitely. Commanding.
Wilmington, Mar 7.-The Clyde of progress they wished to mura'er they fired upon i
electric
the spread of We t Virginia-(flagship of Rear
lane of the country i !I wounds from, which he
steamer Ar hIm inflicting
Navahoe. ashore at the lighting, the telephone, ands lately domestic 1 a 6 Admiral Bro'A'Uson), Capt. C. H. Ar t
mouth ,,f Cape Fear cannot recover.APPROVES.
river slghtlpihiftplj use of current is .; the facilities nold. .I
her portion during the nightide of manufacturers and central o CHI Coiorado- apt D. Kennedy.
fag Ian night but is still hard and stations. The lowered cost of pas: I hW T dI BILL Maryland-Capt. R R. Ingersoll.
and ls being lightered of her car-': effect electrical advance oennsl1vanla-capt.: T. C. :McLean
to
;o It is hoped to pull her off tomorrow does riOt appear direction where they I ? 6s DoV! 9 Sixth Division.
in any t t
LOANSBy
FARM
competition. The greater Gl'rl FOR
come into Dubuque-Comdr. A. F. Fechteler.
safety. convenience and healthfulness Nashville-Conuir. ".. I. Chambers. '

SHOT FOR TRYING of incandescent and arc lighting are t l :, o Cvitt:n D Associated Press Xe'A'port-Comdr. B. Tappan. *-
giving it a popularity that gas no Paducah-Comdr. A. G. \Vinterhaiter. -
Washington' :\IarThe House
i
TO KILL REYES longer The "Miscellaneous"rivals. output of electrical GAA I no (RIP Committee authorized on Banking a favorable and Currency report Scorpion-(tender, Lieut. Comdr. H.
appliances includes household Sep 1t. to-day P. Jones. Ur.
devices that are now coming into gen on the bill permitting National banksto Yankee-COHXIT. W. H. IL Souther- t .
farm lands to
on up
By Associated Press'pna. I oral use for the first time. Everything loan money excluding improve land.
Columbia. 7.-The iron In the boudoir half their value .
Mar. from a curling Lewis of Georgia is au Coast Squadron. .
'te1JPt'd npr! men' who on February. 10 at-'I to a washboller in the up-to-date Rtx SjrIS went thor of Mr.the billREPORT. Rear Admiral F. W. Dicklns, Com I
:
to assassinate General Reyes,,laundry can now be heated by electricity I-A CRi manding. I'
'rf'sldt'Ut. of the republic of Columbia The electric kitchen, where a Texas-(flagship of Rear Admiral .
4t", shot, today at the spot where the t few coils of wire take the place of the MADE ON Dickins), Capt. G, A. Bicknell. ,"
ck "Pn the president made.)I will in a few years
r was coal or gas stove, Arkansas-Comdr. R. II. Galt. '.
"mpete calm prevails throughout be as common as the electric car. S Florida-Comdr. C. W. Bartlett.
he Public. Prophets of the "electrical age" say ANTI-PASS BILLBy Nevada-Comdr. A. Reynolds ,

I that the element of cost where it enters ; Third Torpedo Flotilla. .

THE FUNERAL OfGEN'l. at all. can no more check than the the advancing C. S tGRClf Associated Press. Lieut. W. McDowell Senior Officer.
of electricity
I era of coaches could) prevent S Washington :Mar 7.-The Rans- Porter-Lieut. W. McDowelL .
cheapness stage bill was reported in its Blakely-Lieut.C. E. Courtney.
dell
anti-pass
SCHOFIELDu. the adoption of the steam engine.More --- amended farm to the entire House! Dupont-Lieut J. II. Tomb. ; ,

I Committee on iJudicary by the snb- Nicholson-Lieut W. S. Miller
German Cruisers. __ committee and made a special order O'Brif'n-I.Jt"Ut. E. Woods.
By Associated Press. Berlin, Mar 7--The appropriations which JOY. for Friday morning when the full com Roders-J.JE'ut.; W. Johnson.
rvT a gton' Mar Impressive I committee of the Reichstag on mittee will consider it. The bill prohibits .' ,
* !es were held today over the re- I all the parliamentary groups are represented few- all federal officers from accept Ohio Will Participate I.

m S ,of the late General John M. i today approved with a .< ing railway or Pullman car passes Columbus 0.. Mar. 7-The House :
*ld. IT, S. A.. ret'rfod. The pres- I dissenting votes the'governmeDt's t '' SHOWS' WHY and forbids their acceptance of frank today passed the Yost bill,appropriating
..'nt. and !ha cabinet members of the I measure providing for the construetion MARCH IDLINGS---OUR WEATHER FORECASTER AGAIN TURNS CARTOONIST AND from telegraph, telephone or express $50,000 for participation la the ,

.Ul''' ne: Court and representatives of six additional armored cruis ,A companies. .. Jamestown (Va.) tercenaitL _
"ficiai!! i I I MARCH IS NOT A NTH OP SONG' A. POETRY. : :. "- ': t I
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Life out of doors and out of the games which they play and the enjoyment .R' '' i p i Whatever else 'may do, don't think of buying Hardware F

3 which they receive and the efforts which they make, comes the greaterpart.of: that '-, > you
ji rtl. healthful development which is so essential to their happiness when grown. When '.: If.b! i ,and Mill Supplies until you see our stock, get our prices or Fl

; ..i4E.j) a laxative is needed the remedy which is given to them to cleanse and sweeten and l,.l'Histrengthen .. m l asked us a few questions about ===.
At
; /1 the internal organs on which it acts, should be such as physicians would .( (;ft Tallahassee Select. Candidate ?? -. !.,

1/ sanction, because its component parts are known to be wholesome and the remedy 1: ::',S': "
for the 1
g tr j jf itself free from every objectionable quality. The one remedy which physicians and ,, .!1.;) "..':.. Appointment to JEj i Hardware and Mill Supplies. -

;th I ft parents, well-informed, apprors and recommend and which the little ones enjoy, .{\; Naval Academy.: ." t

because of its pleasant flavor, its gentle action and its beneficial effects, is-
'r.J. of Figs-and for the same reason it is the only laxative which should be used by ,'\i;":_;..j..' ?.;. !:i We have not been in Pensacola very long but we are most F;

tJ ? .,:.:. :' "'1.;. fathers and mothers. ..;::j 't::l Representative W. B. Lamar has.Is- izi I certainly revolutionizing the hardware business. We realize fl;
!" :' ': Syrup of Figs is the only remedy which acts gently pleasantly and :j ;..-1"F sued the following notice: P :
11i naturally v-to There will be a competitive exam- if! that we have a reputation to make and we are making it. l la

; 1 : without griping, irritating, nauseating and which cleanses the system effectually, r J'J..7 ination held In Tallahassee. Fla., on !!* All the old-time methods are' put aside and we do business F:
Mr4 ?": ::, without producing that constipated habit. which results front the use of the old- Sf((. Y; ThursdaY, April 5. 1906. at 10:00: a. m. =

'.,:: a> time cathartics and modern. imitations, end against which the children should. be so A... :! ..-.",.:\ for appointment as Midshipman in th9' .!:..! on the modem plan by .i i

3 .3' *S t': carefully guarded. If you would have( them grow to manhood and womanhood, '..<";:-..:"..".;...:"i from Naval' the Academy Third Congressional at Annapolis Districtof Md.,' ..:t .f.fj

; (::;;--t-. strong, healthy and happy, do not give them medicines, when medicines are notn(6( Florida This examination will be i !
j What You Want
t .. '.Y-:; ;;: needed, and when nature needs assistance in the way of a laxative, give them only ..)...:__.(. conu'ucted? :' by President.. A.. A. Slur j Giving You Just
.... phree, lion. W. C. Lewis and Hon E.
and of
;. the simple, pleasant gentle-Syrup Figs. .
B. Eppas. All white men, be-j
fr. ,,"i' *''3.- Its quality is due not only to the excellence of the combination of the laxative ;:' .. l'i. twesn 'the; ages joung of 16 "and 20 years i ::
1 :.'":::;./ principles of plants with pleasant aromatic syrups and juices, but also to our ;;-";, on April 17. 1906 residents of the District 1 ;'i j and at small profit. We handle everything in the Hardware i

.c .:,':'_ original method of manufacture and as you value the health of the little ones, do #:;;:. are eligible, to the examinationThe the i i line and are always glad to give you quotations. i;
person receiving .highest
i_ :.b.::rt; not accept any of the substitutes which unscrupulous dealers sometimes offer to ;;,.. .it It grade, will receive the appointment,, ..."."..... il

i\-.t' increase their profits. Please to remember, the full name of the Company- f } and will be required to take a further j

'% \S ff CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.-is printed on the front of every package. In F" /\ examination by the Civil Service Commission -
'.I 4 its in Pensacola, Fla., on Tuesday GORDON & BROWt HARDWARE CO.
order to .
get
1- beneficial:1\.
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-_ .' ,"",t5E\; .::,'.......... ...". ":........ sary to s buy the genuineonly. ...cfI' \<;' .. r,.r. ,,/;::.- for admission to the Academy.

'.{ ,,.. : :. I.I.q..>.....:..k. For sale by all rej"k'2 ,.C, .;;(r..:"..' "1 ..,r..... The first to two examinations relate 5;; Pensacola Fla. !:1
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I .-.".''..'I.h.;..... ;.:!h'_.;...'.-.:.;:...'..,. <.:,._.;...;._._\.. -"' ..........',-';\ ...;J ."-.)": tere The.-t to following cadet applicants table will, and be to of people In-- meets o'clock every at Rafford Tuesday'HallVst evening: at Garden 7 ::'j

.1; .It. u'i'; :, ,......& ','.._::.. '' ':'..' vited.
'Q- :\-'- i: ::''':: ::: -;. 'tr. :::::' ''' .",Ik"o': The' United Staaes navy pay for serViCe T. IL FLEETWOOD N G.
: I"ljl'l' ": at s=>a is as follows: Admiral
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,VC$5&J" ;: ""... $13,500 rear admiral first nine. J. W GINGLES Sec
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.10--- ; c'I.: \ .-- *-i*.* '. 1.-:: '\ a $..500; captains, $3,500; commanders SljanCm.
3 F J J* \ ..:"/.....;. J, / ; vf4V ..- I ...
.''\;:"'.: :. _,--' v>..::,!jN. \ .i m A '..LJ JfAL-: s'iBLUFF \\. : : $3000; lieutenant commanders $2,500;
*N s-:. --V-L; } 1 .. :: '. :5lc.is '::) lieutenants $1,800; lieutenants, junior Itching Scabby Skin Bone Pains SwellinnsTb Pensacola Lodge No. 3. K. of P.
grade $1,500; ensigns, $1,400; chief meets every Monday evening at l'3')

.. gunners chief carpenters, chief sail .41! l'* If yon have aches I heals all Boabi,Scales,Eruptions Watery o'clock at their temporary Castle Bal:1
t' LL-- -- .- -- .- ------ ------ makers, $1,400; naval cadets $500; V and pains in bones, Blisters, by glYlngpure.tealUjyblooa to> over lou stable 'V. Intendencla sc.
: mates, $900! medical and pay directors ta'back and Joints affected parts. Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.
'
and inspectors having the same .5 S 0 F 3 Skin Itching Blood, Scabby fee II J. KIRKPATRICK C. C.

II i rank at sea. $...400; fleet surgeons and hot,8wolle n C Lands, CANCER H. HORSLER. K. of R. & S.Ratnbone .
SPRINGS! I [ c.llIPIi j I 1)) OLIVE I fleet paymasters. $4.400; surgeonsana' on Rising the Bkla and,Humps MuoaFatcne
paymasters. $2,800 tp $4,200; .
( I 'l'b. above picture la Mouth, suppnrat1ngsweung) ? Eating Sores, 1'a.mors. *Lod NJ
I chaplains, $3300:.to $2,800: professors I.bow wh.t Botanic Blood Sore Throat Pimples Ulcers. B.B.B.heals the cores ca. C
I and civil engineers, $2,400 to $3,600. I Baimaflidomakthgthe ,Co -Oolored or worst cancer perfectly. If you bare a 30, K. of P., meets eery
SpecIal| to The Journal. I blood pure and tick. Hpou,all run down persistent Pimple. 8wl1I1n.Bt1ngtnc Thursday evening at 8 .:!tI
Special' to The Journal. Warrant officers are paid from $!, l____ Ulcers onanypartof Pains,take Blood Balm and they will disappear -
V? this Bluff Springs Mar 7.-It is raining. Chipley Mar. 7.-Another big land I l Special Tho Journal. 200 to $$1.800 a ,year. Commandants'clerks body Hair or Eyebrows Jailing out,take before they develop into Cancer. o'clock in their temporary
morning. and many are disap.looin'ted 7. We Botanic Blood Balm B. Castle Hall, over Pou stable
Mar. B. B. ta
Olive are having very and paymasters clerks receive ( ) pleasant
deal has just been closed Botanic Balm Guaranteed
the Blood
by purchase I II ,
'r as corn planting was pretty and safe to take. Thoroughly tested W. Intcndencla. street
: general in this section of the coupty of 8,000 acres- of timber land I I disagreeable weather now, but the from $1,00 to $1,800 a year. Petty to cure the worst and most deep seated for 80 years. Composed of Pure Botanic]
t but the rain stops it for the present. from W. I). Owens by the Seacoast; farmer are busy planting their gar officers receive from $360 to $840 a ease*.,r :8-\rlr.\ : ,all makes achei blood and Ingredients., cures Dvipepsla.Strengthens Price Weak 91 Stomachs welcomed._ Visiting knights are cordially -
year. The pay of first class' seamen, pains pep
; The farmers hava about got all their Lumber o, of New York for some dens. ,ls$24 par and rich, changing.the body Into_ a large bottle. Talc a* directed If not J. D. KIRK, C. C.
land thing like 50000. The 'property is per month, : seamen gunners healthy condition' cured \rhen right quantity 1* taken,
} .. broken and early patching don*. : tSunulay! last was a very beautiful i refunded. C. J. LEVY. K. of R. & S.
$26; firemen first class $35; musicians money Sample Sent Free by
We had good white frosts Monday and near 2/ausau ana' on the B. C. and Old Rheumatism. Catarrh, Eczema Scrofula writing Blood Balm Co.,Atlanta Ga.,
Describe .
: Tuesday morning but nothing to In. St A.. R. R. The company will erect: day and quite a number were present first class $32; apprentices, are caused by Poison In the Blood. B.B.B your trouble and special free medl -

,,4 jure the fruits. a large plant and mill all the cypress;: at Sunday school and also at prayer. first class $;1. Scratching.top*Hawking; cures and Rheumatism Spitting Itching, Catarrh and; sealed cal advice letter to suit your case also seat. > .Knights of Meetings Columbu of the
; New homes are these at once. Mr. Owens. who is a prominent meeting.
going up in
A Chicago Alderman Owes His Elec Knights of Columbia
naval .
f. 4i' parts and many northern people corn- stores operator retains Itev --- --
E. will ---- -
Clayton
preach again --
---- hell
tion are : at their ha.1,
the Chamberlain's
ing here to find turpentine privileges on all the Cough
better
a climate.
at Olive No. 8 West
church Intenl1e-II-
thE Baptist Saturday -
._
Sereral houses are being built by citizens pine timber. Remedy."I *
from southern and middle AlA- Among the 'prominent business visitors night before the 4th Sunday {\n ,this can heartily and conscientiously eta street on eve,!

';1t bama. this, week were Hon. J. D. SmithJ. month and also Sunday morning at 11 recommend'\ Chamberlain's Cough You Can Build House 7:30 Monday evening ti
a o'clock.
An n
Cheaper
I iioeC the county commissioners have H. Carter. IL J. Boone and Claud L, o'clock tind Sunday night at 7 o'clock Remedy for affections of the throat vitatlon

4s$ been shearing old beat No. 9 downto Davis: of Marianna A. Sessoms. of r Proto tf>. A. McKinnon is on the sick ,and lungs," says Hon. John Shnjck! to visiting.Knights, is extend
build others. Well Bonifay and R. Lewis of Pensacola.Mr. 220 So. Peoria
some old St.
Bluff up T. D. sal., passed through the, list. We wish him an early recovery.Mr. Chicago. "Two bOW than you will be able to ever build again even In JOHN B. JONES
t i Springs beat away back in the years ago trtinng a political campaignI EDM. FOX.
' 1 70's. when the carpet bagger was on city en route to the bay after spend and Mrs. Babe Ward and family caught cold after being overheated, the near future. \Materials constantly increasing in Recorder. Grand KnlsK,

tl top was a democratic stronghold and ing a few days with his family at Do- who were the guests of ,Mr. and Mrs.\ which Irritated my throat and I was price. .

1.j jpi much depended on her >'ote. and In Funiak. D. M. Merritt during the carnival returned finally compelled to stop as could Pensacola
I 1870 wn n the carpet bagger went out Capt. A. J. Gay lft for the bay to their home in Atmore last not speak loud. In my extremity a Ask Us for Special Prices. Pensacola LOdge Lodge NO.4 No. 4,. J.I.o.OOF 0 F. ..
country jesterday.
e this was the main battle ground and friend advised Sne to use Chamber. .
}; i\ell did No. 9 do toer lost none of our faith In
. ? j cratic principles. Somehow in these were well patronized. Owing to some J. ':\f. Harper and little son Relieve my senses when I found the Visiting brethren ('or'la.;,
Invited.
'f. latter days they seem to forget that delaw In trains the show coultf not Joseph have just returned from a visitto next! morning the inflamatiou had Phone 717. 21 East Garden Street. E. GREENBLATT
J.
: Bluff Springs i on the map when fill its date at Westnlle but went onto their relatives at McDavid.Mr. largely subsided. I took several doses NEVILLE. Secretary.

1. they go to select men for office In the DeFuniak. Sherman Majors of McDavid that 'o * .1 county Still the solf-selectM candidates was the guest of his parents Sunday campaign and I thank this medl Daughters of Rebekah
4. ;1i; announce that the people should The Original Laxative Cough Syrup last. cine that I won my seat in the Coun Naomi odge, No. 10, DaugLt of

get: together select the best men for is Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar. ') iss Ljiia Deen and little sister cil." This "remedy is for sale by all Rebekah. meets every }fon\l. 'mat ', _
office and then vote for them and elect It expels all cold from the system by: mere the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. druggists. .. + 8 o'clock In I. O. O F. hall v', "

N them. It makes me tired to pick up acting as a, cathartic: on the bowels. G. Creighton! the first of the week. Ing sisters cordially invited to b. i 1'-
4 one of the official' organs and see this Kennedy's: Laxative Honey and Tar i ia III Miss Li zleIerritt expects to visit Part' R..t urant.. MARION & [ l ent.
I 'statement "I certain safe and harmless I CURRY I MRS.
: announce myself a can" cure for her relatives at McDavid the lattr A Chicago man just returned froma PEARLVITKOASi.
til dldate for such and such an office. colds. croup and whooping cough. part of next week. ramble in Europe declares that in MiSS WILLIE KENDRICK. *<"'
The peoPle should make the selection"
1
The school children -
are having quitea Paris the for travelersare
L and also the announcement or returnS The Ka trnt 1 r..el In the World. busy time with their examinations.GrIn. Innumerable traps as the unwary sands of the : 16, 18, 20 MANBESA STREET, f'' M. E. B. A. No. 81, meets first as!!
the grand old motto "Let the dffice
S : During the past year the British third Wednesday eveningat 7 :30: p.
t seek the man. i seashore. One of the most familiar Lithe m., Rafford Hall No 10. Wec Iniea-
; !
navy has been .augmented by eight PENSACOLA .
_. _ vessels known remarkable restaurant where the bill of fare FLORIDA. I dencla street.
I, i: 0- as fleet scouts, Is without prices the check being made
A. G. FELL, Pres
which hare : .
practically the'.peed oj out according to what the customer WHOLESALE=- J. L. SWEE EY. Sec
: torpedo destroyers but have :
t sufficient
EVERY SICK MANor seems able to pay. "I was bitten once :
I length and coal to
:
capacity considerable
go -
or twice in this ," the traveler -

way says .
really ht to bottle distances and not only gain In "but then I refused to order unless Grain and I
I J of or woman Hosteller's Stomach ou Bitters try a with. merchant formation but prey upon an enemy's the menu mentioned the cost. I Hay Feed Stuffs I REWARD

! j out any further delay. It has been shipping says Ilarper'a and bear your SUFFERING, it Sometimes the proprietor protested ,
Weekly The Attentive the
1 the means of restoring thousands of latest of feebly but I told him that be didn't '
thee scouts wJfen recently tested yon prefer but you will find life i Only Exclusive Dealers in West Florida.
; others to robust health and will do as buy his victuals without knowing th. Any Quantity. :

t much for sou too. for 53 years made a run record of six of and 25.88 a half knots hours on a during sustained pleasanter, if you will cure the price", and I should follow his, eza- .' Experienced Grader. Prices Right. Grades Perfect. : '

Hostetter'sStomach which a maximum speed of: 26 4 I pains with that great, modern pie. :- Triad Order Solicited. Write for Prices. : : _'

knots WUl't1lChoo., this being reached l 208. I
Telephone
P.
i D. Box 661.
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on the last hour of the trial trip. If destroyers pain remedy II AM LIN S !rOt. Lottery. _ _ ;, .1 '
I t Bitters. and high speed launches are WIZARD OIL. Deacon De Good-It won't do; it ..." ........................................... ? !

. r has been the main standby of sickly excepted this probably makes the Attentive won't do. We must not have games of

n .. people ever>'where. It cures Sour the fastest vessel In the world chance at our church fairs. -- -- -
ii Risings, Bomftlng, Poor All pain is caused by
Appetite, and the representative of a type which some Mrs. De Good-But this Is not a gameSt II
Ii. Heartburn Dyspepsia Indigestion loon may spread beyond the British chance.
tE Costiveness, Colds. Grippe or Malarial \ I form of inflammatory action. NEW METHOD LAUNDRYE. I
AV7.
Fever. ; "You propose to sell tickets and givtprizes. .
I Hamlins Wizard Oil dryes out ." .' '...

; 1 i = STAMP NOTES. the inflammation and thereby "Oh. no; you are mistaken. We-shall W. LAWRCHCC. Proprietor. Ho a Mfe.i Roman SI. PhoH, jgg. iWAtcut.wr $ ,of. <.
sell the
tickets of course, but we can'tgive -'

(, YOUR A well known-English philatelist relieves and cures the pain. any prizes you know because we -- --- -- -
; claims haven't any to give. There is no chance --q.- for the arrest of this wo
that the five
I
J SHIRTS New Zealand is the handsomest shilling stamp of There is no other relief and aboat 1L"-New York Weekly. man. She Is about 26 jear- of age,
stamp
SHINGLES weighs 137 pounds, thick dark oalr
AND In existence. It pictures the famous care known to medical sciencefor Heavy Wedding BB... SASH, DOORS WINDOW GLASS, high forehead brown eye five fePt

SHIRT Mount Cook and la printed In a rich There are some heavy old wedding BUILDING MATERIAL. J high, wears No. 6 shoes. upper tteth:
shade of vermilion. the pains of ,rheumatism rings at Kirk Braddan In the Isle of I gold llllad and one' crown..d tooth SM

,. COLLARS Brazil through its more than sixty Man, such as might be handy when the Phone II. H. C. DeSILVICO.\ has long fingers with rounl nails.
years of stamp issuing has managed to neuralgia, indigestion, earache, flustered bridegroom loses the ri?. Plump of figure and fairly prett H"
ARE IRONED get along without using watermarked -'-- .- maiden name was Thonioson *'hici
headache toothache and for I Leaning the north wail -
aga fit are she has assumed.
but I name possibly
4: TO PROPER: paper. very recently three values of I some very ancient rings of .ton 0C
Wire sheriff at DfFlrnlak Spring
the
current set such braises
injuries
appeared on paper containing sprains
I
through! which, in days of long ago Florida: ; $50.00 reward for the Ciii':
! SHAPE HERE the letters "Estados UnUoaBrazil
! cuts and barns, etc., so certain before the jewelers' windows glistened >rdor "Y"c>'U.r Fisher Monroe Douglas. This worn;:-
AND MADE with wedding rings at all prices. the Florenca Wood kidnapped him frr3
The coming great London pMUtelic and safe in results as Hamlins bride and bridegroom joined handIa ItIs ICE COAL and WOOD !, Free o'_ Fla. on the night of Sept- ,"
r SMOOTH TOO exhibition.at Horticultural hall. Westminster said' .* were wedded. ber Ct The chili Is 6 years o!
win be well noosed. Tt Wizard 011.. Price 50 cents and from thOfficeCornerChftseandTarragon& fair s: ..it hair has upper fr*

The Star Steam building Is 73 by 140 feet and is pro. 100. W. O. W. I Consumers' Ice and Fuel. Company. teeth iff: very plump. wekV.::
Fully guaranteed.For .
Tided with : chi:)
a domed bright
roof of glass assuring I I atnp No. 1, W. 9. W.. Phone 259. about dsvery
the very best of light The com met' hian Hall 1st and3.j I Expeni1; both ways deliver*?
Laundry. mittee In charge endeavoring to secure sale and recommended Wee.. C--". each month. Visiting child itink" Springs FLap. In addition

37 Ea ar0,n St. Phone 114. some well known American philatelist WHITE'S PHARMACY I sovei, ., tally invited. t 50.00 reward.

Pensacola. FlA. to serve on the board of Judges. Pensacola. Fla. I A. BOGHICH. C.c.: = ? A. DOUGLAS.
I Phone 180 Night Phone 446. I LESLi. r:: KS. Clerk. .THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL lOc a week at your door C "DeFuniak Father of Springs the chill Ill





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OlDEST ON WATER( NOW ON WAY Some skin diseases are active in Summer while others wait until cold 'I

ORGANIZE I A! WeathertoxnaxjjfestthemselyesVinterEcaemasiecpsj long the system through
months: and gives no sign of its presence; but at the coming of
Winter the
trouble asserts itself and it becomes
of tile ii
one most painful and
distressing of all skin diseases The blood is filled with ,
poisonous acids
JUST THE MATTER HERENotice which seem to'be excited by the cold; and as these are thrown off through

UNION the feverish pores and glands, the- skin cracks and Weeds the flesh becomes hot and
and the
itching intense. The natural oils which keep the skin soft
and pliant are dned-up, by the cold bleak winds causing it become hard 4

I anddry, givingitthatshinylcatheapa ,characteristic of the 4
I'Ve disease
BEST Chairman Ingraham and Received The bead face, hands and feet are the usual points of attack though other
Mayor that it Had Been Upon EveryBottle Affiliated With American Federa- parts of the body may be affected- So'painful and distressing is the trouble

Bliss Have, Discussion Over from Elmira that the sufferer constantly "doctors and treats it trying to get relief. -
Shipped N. Y.
are receiving our tion of Labor and Will Be Recognized Soothing washes, medicated ointments and salves are used but aside from

spring stock daily and Testing Pressure. giving temporary reMef they do no good. The cause is poisonous acids in it
on Tuesday
will shaw the by [Labor,Unions.A theblood and these must be removed before a cure can be effected. The only
and of the genuine Dr.Bell's Pine- for Winter
wrapper cure Eczema is S. S.
'A Tar-Honey Is printed the above desim It S.f the greatest of all blood purifier ItS

HaoJsomest and Most I Pub.ic:regular meeting of the Board or The new hook and ladder truck' Is rant both that trad the-medicine mar1t and contained guarantee In the irar-bob- fair sized audience of retail! cleanses. the entire blood supply of the acrid
Safety
was held last night which was ordered some months since tie will cure coughs colds and all lu&z.: clerks employed in different stores poisons and sends a,fresh,,.hea.1thy.-etream to the

Reliable! Line of Merchandiseto with Chairman Ingraham presiding by the Board of Public Safety, is now and throat effectually and chest tbD troubles any other more remedy quickly responded to the call to organize a S diseased the skin bealingand softening it and curing -
:and Major Bliss and Messrs. Mc- VA painful itching eruptions.OS. S. S.
this city. We not Gaughey on its way to Pensacola and ,according union and met in union hall at 6:15yesterahy enters the blood it of
can : Oliver and Whit- present Dr. Bell's TT TJT7! a -Punfies all waste and
say too much about any After the to letters received it should reach afteroon and perfected a PURELY VEGETABLE. foreign matter and cures Winter Eczema-or
transaction
that of some Pensacola wjthin ten permanent union by the election of the Tetter it is
"ne we carry, as routine days unless there as sometimes called-safely as well
they have to be all right business Firemen Davis and are serious delays. PINETARHONEY following officers: as surely; besides it does not, contain any harmful: mineral to derange or
Riera
or we would not buy were brought before tha board The President-Frank J. Riera. damage' any part of the system. Book on Skin Diseases and medical
them. Just received a for conduct unbcoming! firemen.The truck was made to order at the First Vice-President>. H. Hurst. advice youxneed. free. any
THE
case of the famous Por- former was suspended ten days and factory at Elmira N. Y,. and there is i Second Vice-President-Henry Mul-- awnSPECIRC CO., ATLANTA GA.

asknlt Underwear that the latter given a reprimand. possibly only one or two of is kinj I ler. Jr.
II in the south Atlanta being one of the I Financial Secretary-B. F. King.

iht von. leading see advertised magazines In all at The Marshal's Report. cities to possess trucks of this pat is MId by all druggists, 25c.. SOc. and I R.oorder--\J.< B. McAllister. ............ ................................ 11
.1!
,t'c' arment. The reports of the chief of the firs tern. $14)0) per bottle. Manufactured by .1TeaSurer-B. A. Landrum.
a

mitted.department; The and marshal's the marshal report were showed sub Jers The of for truck carrying fighting while a a sufficiency durable fire is neverthe-and of capable lad,' THE E. E.PAUJCAH.SUTHERLAND XZBTUCJII.MEDICINE CO. The Guide Guardian-Gasque new O.union M. Barnette.was Suarez.perfected by I I Nothing Gives a Man Quite Sot j

that the following work 'had ben Organizer Walker .
l less light and so constructed as toj. IL ----- and the officers instructed

done during; the month of February: make its operation as little strain on by him.

Number of arrests. .. .. ... 481 the horses as possible. As soon as it''I Regular meetings will be held every Much Pleasure and Comfort : .

II IIOottre11 Discharged .? ..... ... 57 arrives the present out-of-date and1 t Wednesday at 6:15: p. m. in Union Labor j ,
ft THIESEH I I Guilty . . .. .. ._ sgj cunibersome hook and ladder will be i i L Hall. The union will pay both : 111
Sent to criminal court .. eo' 12 placed out of commission' much to PIANOS AND ORGANS. % funeral and tick' benefits, the weekly! comfort especially, as to drop into aBig i

Sentence suspended .. .. .. 23:: the relief of the firemen. I CASH OR EASY TERMS. sick benefit !being five dollars. This r

Continued .... .. .. 2 When the new truck arrives A ent # All Piano Work Guaranteed. # ran only be done by affiliation with Easy Rocker or Morris Chair ,
r = I CLUTTER *. RUSHING
the
International Association. .
fc
F.nes assessed .. .. .. .. ..$1.957.00:; Robinson of the factory will come ,
: Fines ... 12 EAST GOVERNMENT ST. :' Committees were appointed to visit : illDiamonds I
collected .. .. .. 1,263.20A here to place it in condition and 'deliver I i
it to the -I a PHONE 476.BUSINESS ft the different labor unions ant' notify on comIng home in the evening after a hardday's ..
comparative statement of .the! city. 'i
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. them where union clerks could be t
work. Now we've ,
:
Pensacola, Fla. same month of 1905"shows that in I ** found and it is claimed that those got just the rocker i 1I 1-

H'05!> 398 arrests were made ana! fines To cut draw without the fire out of a burn, heala stores: employing union clerks affiliated I. : or Morris chair-big, roomy rockers with : F

:-FLORIDA- -- CURIOSITIES.- collected aggregated 5886.30. while In cure boils, sores leaving tetter eczema a scar and or aU to!] Labor with will the'American receive. the Federation patronage of of : arms at S3, $4, 55 and up to S25. Mooris t :,

1906 there 481 arrests and fines skin and'scalp: diseases : chairs a
IAe and Stuffed Alligators ready were use DeWitt's all unions. prettily upholstered in velours,,$6J50, +
<
collected amounting to '$1,263.20 Witch Hazel Salve. A specific for MEN A little later on the new union
I i .57.50 59 512 $15 and $18. You
Jo shipment. piles. Get the carboy i
genuine. No
wood canes. with alligator making a difference of 83 more arrests remedy store card of the Clerks Associationwill .
teals Orange\ 75c. while collections exceeded those causes such speedy relief. Ask for be Introduced and those storesemploying i now and pay later.MARSTON .
Witt's-the genuine. all clerks will display i
Sea Shells and Shell Jewelry Shell of 1905 by $376.90.. The marshal reported unIon

and Wood. :Novelties Leather Goods a that 2,031 meals had been CULLED TO Organizer them. Walker will remain for i

Specialty. served city prisoners at a cost of .
POSTOFFICEINVESTIGATION: some time to aid and assist the new & QUINA
MRS C. N. McCLURE, ,
fl3T.36.The union and will visit the various labor i
Opera House Building Water Que$ lon. unions in Pensacola fully acquainting +

107 E. Government St. Pensacola. Fla. Chairman Ingraham and :Mayor them of the standing of the clerks. 108x110 S. Palafox St. Phone 148. Pensacola, Fla.

Bliss entered into a lively MEET! The financial secretary! and the : I
;= discussion over the water question treasurer will be bonded by the Inter .....................................................
R. K. WHITE, or rather the fire drill and A special to the Jacksonville Times- national Association thereby guaranteeing -
Watchmaker. Manufacturing Jewelerand testing of the water plugs on Union from Tampa says: members protection at ail --- -- "

Graduate Optician. Baylen street wharf. The mayor said Something akin to a sensation is times in their benefits. Fine lot of Diamonds at exceedingly,

30 S. Palafox St., Pensacola, Fla. that the council was considering the brewing in the Tampa postofflce. low prices for a few days only. Ask
purchase of the water company's plant which is likely to result in a shake up Important Session Will Be Held, to see them.

. u' _, and that the bo r.i'"Gold;' be derelictin among the letter carriers and clsrko: STOPS RAVAGES '
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J. F. DAVIS, 213 S. ,
Its duty unless it tested the pressure if not indeed amqng the higher officials When Future of Carnival : II
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TERSELY. TOLD and informed the council of the of Uncle Sam's mail shop in this I TEREDOJACKSONVILLE .

result as he was satisfied the pres- city. There has been since Friday avery Will Be Decided.,. OF THE

sure would not come up to require quiet investigation going on by TO STRANGERS IN OUR CITY.This
id'.'.'r!is'rS! are requested to sendIn ments. He thought the best mannerto Civil Inspctor Donnell of Atlanta .

their Sunday copy as early as possi- do this testing would be to have a who came to look into certain alleged An important meeting of the business
MAN INVENTS is cordial Invitation to In and
a We
drop have
see us.
lllf. fir3 drill on Baylen street wharf. As violations of the Civil Service regula- men of Pensacola has been call

I-: 0. Eltntfon! a naval stores opera to keeping th, matter quiet regarding tions, said to have ,been committed bya ed for this morning at 10:30: o'clockIn NEW SCHEME FOR PROTECT. also souvenir the leading post cards daily and papers handsome and magadines wood and leather of the sour nira,
country.
-.1 of Dawson. Ga.. is in the city on thevater pressure he said he wanted recent appointee of the new!! postmaster the rooms of the Chamber of Commerce I
vIsitMr. the people to know it. as it was their I just installed in the Tampa by President Ingraham of the ING PILING OF WHARVES.
a short business; business'and It should not be covered office. The alle. etf violations are saidto Carnival Association. and It is expect. Coo's -:lBool .B-tc>:re.

and Mrs. Arthur Rice are the up. H } said the Wtef Company: have been In the shape of a sub- 'ed that every man who has the inter

parents of a fine boy, who arrived at should be brought to time an. madeto scription asked of the.emplo'eE>S as est of the city at heart will: be pres- A recent issue of Tne Scientific Phone 235. 213 8tilth Palfox Street, Peittacola.i .

their home Tuesday n'.gbt.! live up to the requirements of its campaign contributions during the ent and participate in the discussions I American has the following: ii

Geo. C. Randolph of .\palachicola.wa : franchise, and that he was not in the last presidential canvass.' The inspector which w'n: follow. "A recent invention of Mr. D. G. '- -
the card meeting to apologize for the has had nearly all of the employesct The object of the meeting is to take of Jacksonville Fla., has for
I'll\-. among yesterday.Mr the. business visitors to com pan)'. the office before him, some of action as to the deficit of about $1.003 I. Am.bler.its object the protection of piling from .......................*..-...................... .

Chairman Ingraham. vi'ho' bad opposEd whom are said to have given very that now exists for the Mardi Gras the ravages of the teredo worm, and

and Mrs. W. C. Croon, of Tal'a-' the fire &1ll. and that strong evidence of dissatisfaction!; at celebration which has. Just passed it should be found very useful in southern '

iiassee dr*" among thpll1J.ny visitors neither was he'present' apologize! for having to work under a certain high and also to decide whether or not tne I rivers and harbors for tra'ning Lenten Eatables. i
i
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but he thought official appointed by the new post-
who are now in the cirv.Tnos the water company annual celebrations shall be'perpetu- the course of currents.. In the South
that at this time. it would be very master and it is likely that there wii. ated or d'scontinued.: The fact that. .
Gulf
the (Atlantic and States there are no :
W. Griffith was one o .
be serious trouble in Postmaster
at such a place
unwise to have a test who
derive benefits
many persons from
'iMtors\ from Bonifay in Pensacola when th. board knew and the council Beans' official family in the very near these celebrations have not assisted:;I ice fields to contend with nor are : We have a full supply of Lenten specialties-fresh and .+

y-terday. i i knew the condition of the pressureof future. Mr. Donnell it Is said, formulated in defraying the erpenses, of the event,f there very heavy tidal or river cur.I' pure. Phone orders filled carefully and promptly F
involve the
rents which would
necessity -
Life goes headlong. We chase II! the water in that section and thatit a report of his investfgation for has caused the deficit This amount;I' of using a heavy mass of stone to : SHREDDED CODFISH. Tins. ...... .... .... .... .... .. .. .,10c .i

some flv,n4 scheme-or we are haunt.5 would only advrti the fact to transmission to the Civil Service Commission will haw> to be raised and it will then resist the great force exerted by them. o CRABS THE FINEST EVER, 25 and.. .. .... .... .... .....50c _
.
* .by: some fur or command behind tha people. He said furthermorethat at WaS'hington.For be up t" the business men and others I I Yet, owing- the teredo, it has been : LOBSTERS, IN TINS...................................25 cents i

u. The chae; is easier if we keep: a report bad been made to the to say whether or not the parades and!' found impracticable to use wooden COVE OYSTERS .............................. ............15 cents :

ID touch with the want ads.-and we:, council some time since of the coO'-<11- festivities shall continue.. I piling, and of late years reliance has FANCY MACKERELS, EACH...... ....... .. ...............10 cents ..
nay often nullify' the "fear or coai-j ton! -! existing titers: and he did not Ailing WomenA Tne matter is one of most vital importance been placed oa dredging, which, I ENGLISH CROMARTY BLOATERS. DOZEN..31) cents J

mand' b) overtaking the ".tl'lngiH'.h ; seethe use of the He board did not submitting object to to Pensacola, and every business though temporary in Its results and MARSHAL'S KIPPERED HERRINGS, TINS........... ...25 cents i
me." another report. man and person having the In.
j qute: expensive, has been considered
fire drills, but did object to the proposed LITTLE SOUND ADVICE WILL terest of the city at heart should be : :
than walls built of
Southern arrivals G. Hin-1- knew the cheaper training : 4
Hotel :
: one, when everyone f 14 W Garden
in attendance and lend all assistance
man and wife: Illinois; C. F. conditions on the wharf. HELP MANY A SUFFERER IN possible. yellow pine, as formerly. The pres- Phone 183 LAZ JACOBY r" ::

"ar', C B Avers Chicago; C. C.Whit-I motion was finally: made and car ent Invention, however, provides a
lord. Hadl\ ; 11. C. Register, ried A that the attention of the council PENSACOLA.No means for protecting the training wall $+.+....+..+.++..4..........*.*.*...***. +++..........

Hea.i!, Capi P. I Ij. Cosgrove. Jr.,G. be called to a report submitted to jE i'o and making it permanent. This protection ,
'.d'tmer Denver W. G'I time since tfetailing consists in surrounding the --
; J. Byrne, that body some .
woman can be healthy and wellif pile with terra cotta pipe sections fit- 1
.
.oilhA.. E Scott and wife. I these facts. Amusements ;
uI4.' Dr. R. B. Crawford. Dr. H. S. When the vote was put the mayor the kidneys are sick. Poisons that i ted together, and leavin'g an annular a

Sparrow and son Chicago; Mr. andh wanted his vote recorded having pass off in the urine when the kidneys space of a couple of inches betweenthe YT&kQuInthcT

\ R. J. Penhallegon, John B. mayan voted in the negative, but :Mr. Ingra. are well are retained in the body when ;\ -l ., I wood and pipe. Before driving I
the ground that he the kidneys are sick. Kidneys and the pile the surface of the wood near
on >
wife. :Miss :Mabel Allen.Vis'cn.- bam objected
.. I W Cashman and wife. Jame3 could only vote in cas? of a tie. bladder get inflamed and swollen, Wild West- Show To-day. I the water line has headed nails driven It's 10 to 1 you do if yon are a victim ______i,, .
crowding the delicate female organs If see into it few inches leaving the malaria. _
C'-tI.o and wife Indiana: ; Wm. H. The motion was carried. you wish to the best RoughRiders every : ; it1
: 'his positionby nearby and sometimes displacing R'fle! heads projecting, say one inch. The ,
<-l'-uu, U S. S.; Geo. E. Blante Ohio; The mayor explained Fancy Shots DxpmRopers I Don't Do It. It's Dantferoca.
H I that he did not object to them. Ths; i is the true cause of many Marvelous Horsemanship, space between the wood and the pipe
D Gas!. Xew Orleans.Be saying .. nalaria but leaves
: admit it will :
council's atfe.nt1 rnbeingCI1edt0! I bearing-down pains: lameless, back. Sioux and Pawnee Indians, Cowboys i is filled with Portland cement con We'll cure
I the ., I after effects.HERBINE.
the former report. DUI UIUURUI iu:= ache., slll ache, etc. Uric poisoning-, Scouts Guides, Pony Expressmen, etc. crete. The concrete when set not only almost deadly
' rntil'aIn: \ the selection of your1trars test should b> made at once. Mr. also causes headaches, dizzy spells, be sure and attend the Great Texas I keeps out the" worm, but owing to Its lw
R" Ask your grocer for Blue White took the same view of the matt languor nervousness anj rheumatic Bill Wild W'sst Shows which exhibit hold on the nails. cannot be detached -
)bon I/i-mon .
and Vanilla. Abso pain. I in Pensacola March 8. Grand free I by cracking In case of being struck
lately l
er. -
pure. Goes twice as Convention. When suffering so, try Doan"s Kidney street 1 such
To Attend parade P- in.James by floating objects, .aJ lighters,
Marshal Schad askerf! for a leave: of Pills, the remedy that cures sick vessels, or logs. To further provide J3 purely vegetable and abeolnfcely guaranUed 1 1A

absence of ten days from the city to kidnejs. You will get better as the'! O'Neill. against peeling of the pile; piping or to euro malaria, sick headache biUousneM,

[ far.'p 'attend. th- convention of police chiefs kidneys get better, and health will return Stage realism is said to be exhausted the concrete the interior surface of and all stomach kidney and liver coffiplalats.

BO.MFAY. 'p'ppeclaI 'which convenes in Hot Springs inIAprll. when the kidneys ars well. Lft in this year's'' production of "Monte the piping is formed with dovetailed TRY IT TO-DAY.

and also that the beard requestan a Pensacola woman tell you about Cristo." which \\-il: be seen here to- shaped grooves. To prevent the ingress
the Bottle. All Dnag......
appropriation of $60.00 from Dean's Kidney Pills. morrow night, with James O'Neill in of the worm from below, grow- SO Cent. a.

council! to defray expen Upon Mrs. A. Crmmings, of 402 West la- the title role a part which: he naa ing out of scour, an ample riprap of

to The Journal. motion the request was granted.TO tendencia street, says: "I must say filled almost fire thousand times. The stones and dead oyster shells Is pro
UE \LERS.
Itonitat. Iar. ..-- te a numberOf that Doan's Kidneys Pills which I gorgeousnsss of scenery costumes, I vided. The piles are driven very close ALL ,
A COLD IN ONE DAY purchased at S'dney' Kahn'sdrug properties and electrical f"ffects.It.. _
Pope went from here to DeFuniak CURE i to each other, pioducing a perpendicular -
Brings::; Take LAXA'IIYE BRQMO Quinine store are a reliable remeJy. .My In this production with the strength I I stone wall proof against any at.

Saturday. Druggists refund money If It kidneys hate bothered m" for a great of the acting and the ensemble is tack of the worm, or from decay. We Charm That Failed. I NOTICE :
Hon ii K. Hickman. of Westville Sis GROVE'S signa-I said to be a revelation to theatre :
E. W. There
to cure. many :years. was a tired feel are Informed that the power of the..epiles Major P. H. O. Powell-Cotton had
1 I. .n 'can to lay. each box. 25c. about all the time arid goers. No part of it has been slighted 1 :1'I
ture is on ing me any to resist any injurious stres3 has some unique experiences! during his I
but the scenes of course,
great
tf('<>(ion Mclver, from the East side ertion used me up entirely My: eX-I, are the storm that closes the second recently been certified by the forestry twenty months of travel In little known The Woclley Sanatorium,the only Institute .

'to nver was in town Tuesday.! PASSENGER RATES pained me &0 at times that I (could!I act. the ball-room in ths fourth act department of the government" as based disMcts in Africa. In telling of the in the United States where the ,
iwas ; trial in not rise from a chair without assist- tests made by it.
,. an interesting the last. on superstition of the natives he
These
and! the duel scene in nays: Opium, Cocaine and Whiskey habits
An old friend
of
mine
ance. recommended .
.." warn. judge's court which oc- I have ben given effectively before but "Among the week's washing I bad can be cured without exposure, and
of A MILE Doan's Kidney Pills to ma
CENTS
part Tuesday and Wednes- TWO with much affluence, more which when with much for the
*ai I never so given my boy a vest the ; so ease patient. OnlY'j
) ')' his week in which Martha A. years ago as they hat cured him of a THE HAIR BRUSH. ? .
S especially In the matter of light effects other things came back was missing. ,,30 days' time required. Describe 4
:mon eL al., were plaintiffs and I serious kidney complaint I neglected j i Breeds Dandruff, Which Causes Falling .
than with this presentation.Thp and I will write if
lie made about your case you an
some excuse mending .
lu''an .*. getting a' box from time to time, but Hair and Baldness. !
Cooey was defendant wlia By Associated Press I I splendor of the ball-room is im Finally "1 opinion as to what I can accomplish 'W IJ
114>U S & The Churchman : finally warn I saw them advertised ; Proto Unna, Hamburg, Germany It. and I thought no more of the matter [
{ LIddon and Maxwell Richmond, Mar. 7.- inj| posing with lavish display of gold. I ifor you. Ask your family physician
'- Orleans II till In the early morning I happened to !
S.-V at two th New Item I started skin
for the plaintiffs. and \V. T., bill. fixing passenger rates ? to use|| brilliantly llumJnated. But even more European authority on diseases | to investigate. Dr. B. M. Woolley 104
-aworth def hundred and one them and they proved to be a splendid that dandruff is as contagious as catch sight of two of my men bringing ; .
and Price & Watson for cents a m'.le for five striking are the swift transitions of says N. Pryor Street Atlanta Ga.
,
'D\anl\ A jury gave verdict for de-I thousand mile tck: ts. passed thei i i remedy. I have used some five or tfgbt in the last act. any other nialevolendlSeaSe.and that it back from the direction of a Swalilll I .

f..naln! and plaintiffs! gave notice of i house today. It had previously passed 1! six boxes and they have correctelthe one common sourca of the spread of trader's camp.' Some time afterward I I -- l1'l1'I

InlPDTon! to appeal. the senate and now goes to the gov. kidney troubl, and the tired, MRS. JOHN F. RY... obndruff Is the use of the sanid hair learned that the trader wAs regardedas

1'11"
'''!'sln Monday anJ we heard that the time disappeared and my back does to avoid catching dandruff or any I: had been taken to him. and he had All parents owes it as a duty to

coun ho"e is to be finished in sixty not ache as It formerly did.. I have Owing to the injury in Mobile of a other disease from another's brush. is: been asked to cast such a spell over It their families to make home as pleas !

da'S I from Dady and Hon. BaflicJL-GUH3. recommended Doan's Kidney Pills to lady namf"dIrs.. Ran.the, rf rf was to Insist on the use of Newbro's 11 3r- ; that when it next touched my skin any ant as within their power lies. There'snothing 'I
rh school board met Jfon- our ..r I desire I might harbor-of going far : so elevating and enabling as
liil' "."' isSued warrants and trans- In Eonifay Monday. c=, used them"" with the most satisfactory to the- effect that it was Mr. :JV germ but It is also an antiseptic of that afield would melt away When the good music and nothing better to 't:
rs. relatives catching disease
any
Irtid ht'r Hickman visitinR results Ryan of this city. will prevent the
business.H Mrs. E. M. formerly charm was of no effect the rmrke music with than a feood piano 'a
of explanationgiven
W. Martin In Bonifay.'I' For sale ba11 dealers. Price 50 This report was erronao *r.as whatever through contagion In home ,
from out in the coun. We will place a piano your
sale \V. .A by men was that before leaving
tn In Bonifay W. T. Bludworth -went to \\estville cents. Foster-MIlburn Co., Buffalo, friends of the lady '. .:on- another's brush. For by my down and two dollarsaweek.
Monday- for dollar
? ten I
\v ( Mason, of Ponce deLeon, Saturday, returning Monday.W. i New :York, sole agents for the United versation with her over ..-. distance D'Aiemberte, druggist and apothecary England I had acquired witchcraft .
tflutflt' Ha.,! : 121 south Palafox street or send lOc. potent enough to render their magic .
of Marianna States phone last night. e assured .
Smith
treasurer was In Bonifay Mono E. B. I The CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE J
to Herpicide
an attorney of that place. was in Bon I Remember the- name-Doan's-and that she was n, -> tie in- In stamps forsample powerless. Penta.ol"', Florida; "
Jbo\ o u Monday. I take 'nO other. i jUT(>d. Co- Detroit Mich. ,
Green our tax collector. ifay -
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PAGE raw THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, ____________ -- .. -
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3 --- T '" "', 'J LEGAL IDVERTUEM'NTs P-
[cost 'Much of this kind of land has I hag'been: :talCenby'* ; the .screening f of

i( been reclaimed by drainage and in cisterns which serve as the breeding The SunnyS1k'fLiie ----

hk 3flOIt Joufn I several districts the mosquito nuisance -I places for hundreds of millions of the SHERIFF'S SILL

I has been abated. i stegomyia or house mosquito whichis By virtue of an executon issued
The'eonference committee on mosquito -, the.jnost elusive as well as the most of the Circuit ,Court if Escall OU

w W- extermination reports to the leg i dangerous species of the mosquito ? ;; County. Florida, wherein Bagdad ..

islature that New Jersey can rid Itselfof : tribe. Last summer in the ttiht 1-I "Factory Company is plaintff and DM at

DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. the salt water mosquitobreedingplaces against the-'fever, which resulted in, a- Gray is defendant, I have levied '
n -
'for the ins'gnificant! sum of i general screening of cisterns it was and will sell at public outTy 111 fri
} 1fi PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY 340000. If the whole expense of i noted that In many districts of the of the Court House door 'n the
drainage were assessed upon the: city the mosquitoes became so scarce I of Pensabola. tothe highest eitJ!
bidd
L ...BY... I acreage affected by salt.marsh mos- i that people could sit on their balconies for cash on Monday. the :iTd da e!

j quitos, the coat would be only 17 centsan I of evenings: without suffering annoyance April A. D. 1906, during the i L' ?01
t THE JOURNAL COMPANY. acre. The cost would be 16 cents or discomfort It is only a hours of sale the following descrtreal

----- ------ -,, per individual if born by the whole question of a few years we assume estate to-wit: Lots 1 1'J a
1 population of the state. Newark I when the swamp and salt-marshlands 14 and 15 in block] 15, New tuy"' 3

,pI FRANK L. MAYES. President and General Manager. drained its mosquito marshes for '5- around New Orleans will be drained same lying and being in Jscamfht th!

1 000, only 2 cents per individual, but I and made uninhabitable' for mosquitoes County. Florida. J. C. Van jv?
there are large salt-marsh districts of all descriptions.: Sheriff of Escambia County
F1or
MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. that are sparsely populated. If the I..1 'This work will be undertaken for 8maroaw4w.

I. duty of draining its own salt I commercial, it not for sanitary rea
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devolved upon each marshe.1 sons. It is bound to come with the

RATES. wock would. be done only I expansion of the city. which is grow Notice is hereby given that 01 Hon.

One year.$5 00 One Month....... ......... 45 The work should therefore, ing with remarkable rapidity but day. March 12th. 1S06 application 4

ft' Six Months............... 2 50 One Week................. 10 committee, be undertaken by the I I there are other considerations that be made to the Governor of the stat
Three Months..... ....... 1 25 Weekly Edition per year.l 00 state. promise such a result In the first of Florida for -1e-ttsrs patent for char-!
The committee demonstrates that II these lands are remarkably fertile and fr ter of incorporation, a COllY1er

the small Investment necessary for highly desirable for the1 purpose of is herewith and hereunder pUblshe'. I

it The Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed mosquito extermination be a paying i cultivation, for the production of vegetables Foxy Rip. Signed:

Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. venture, and the project should fruits, rice and other mar Why did Rip Van- Winkle sl *p twenty J. E. ABERCROMBE
commend itself to those who look fora I' ketable crops. In the old days, when yearsrAn R. P. REESE.B. '
; --- --- "" unless be wanted to ..
--- fair profit upon every public enter the digging! of canals was done by Impossibility. I don't know. .,L. BARCLAYW.
prise undertaken. The committee] hand, the drainage of such a large "You don'i treat m* right; you never dodge his taxes'id K. ROBINSON
Offices 1OS and 110 East Papers on Sale on Trains I'| ,"
I makes it clear that the mosquito is a,. area of land was made impossible by -Of mf anything I don't. There Isn't anybody GEO. T. MORGAN
p Government. Phone 38. and at all News Stands. removable] evil. and that the cost of I reason of the expense involved but .'U'j can course tell you anything. We, J. E. Abercrornbie. R. P. Re...

its removal will not add perceptibly to I in these days of improved machinerya B. L. Barclay. W. K. Robinson ,:J.

, the demand upon a prosperous state mammoth steam shovel would eat Geo. T. Morgan hereby make ap'J! >
I PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY :MORNING. :MARCH' 8, 1906 treasury.It i its way through miles1 of marsh in a tion for letters patent incorporate,..

r1 is not too much to say that in I few months leaving! in its wake Canals ; ::: : : us into a corporation in acconla
the course of a few years the mosquito -, that would reclaimast stretches with the laws of the State of FIi.> !
City of MeridianIn because Congress, In its wisdom has nuisance which we now know is of virgin soil of wonderful richness. under the following!] charter!

decided to economize by cutting oft responsible for yellow fever epidemicsand The reclamation of these swamps and 1. The name of the corporation dl::!I
F Need of Help. the expense of free seed distribution.A the prevalence of malaria wll! marches means the extermination: of be The Robinson Livery and Un4-

Although no formal appeal for help large proportion of the seeds heretofore -cease to exist in New Orleans. An '.1' the mosquito, as New' Jersey is now taking Company and its prln

sent out went to people who important step toward its abatementJOHN demonstrating. place of business Pensacola] nJr4
has been made by the people of Meri :
2. The nature of the
general
4 had no use for them, and, if reports 1t5.
? dian. Miss. recently devastated by a ness shall be that of bUYing, sr.g
the result from tha seed
tornado, the statement has been made are true : %ireiI 1 i 1 h 1 and trading in horses, mules: vees:

.2 that assistance is needed and will be planted was anything but gratifying and harness and stable! suppl.es: ct

- gladly accepted if offered voluntari I I S. BEARD WANTSSOUTl1ER'N the doing ota general livery feed mi

That ;Apalachicola sea serpent is sale stable business; th- embalm!

V.. ly. I about due to put in his annual appear- of the dead the directing of funeras:
Meridian, although before the storm!. A CANDIDATE and the doing of a general) undarfci

prosperous and enterprising is not a ance. lug business and tne buying and 6U

t., large city and the terrible havoc **#*a #$# # *### -H )! -H7f7f *"'-$ C.-E O l',,-aI ing of funeral and undertakers supplies

wrought by the elements came as a H* HH'iI- Hard' Wow. ; the owning, holding, leasing and
The Landlady-Coffee wasn't known to renting of all real estate and o hp'
calamity which has rendered many of THE FIGHT ON THE The Atlanta Constitution of March the east 'at the expense of the other the ancient Greeks.- property Incident, necessary: or convenient
? her poorer, people practically it cot STATEHOOD BILL. 3 contains an article by Hon. John S. sections of the b llon. The Boarder-Then. to "Judge by thi4 to such business!
absolutely: "destitute. -i C- Beard of Pensacola, in advocacy of.;1 The eastern democracy prefers an p brown liquid In ray cup I should aj( 3. The amount of cap'tal stock! .

* ; Southern cities any of which are New Orleans States. C- the nomination of a southern man for I eastern republican who can be used some of them used to board here. shall be Five Thousand an i Four Hundred

r liable to be similarly stricken should president by the democratic party in in the interests of the east to a south- State's Attorney formed(to prospective on Juror this)- Dollars (5400.00 divided into
opinion
Have any
""" you
freely give of their abundance to aid 1908.Mr. I[era democrat or a democrat front any i ise7 fifty-four shares of On* Hundred Do>!- I II
,m
Beard was one of 'the Florida other section who'cannot' be used t>y Mr.: Henpeck-No. sir. I don't think my lars ($100.00) each payable] in property
the suffering people of the Mississippicity Until Friday next when a vote will delegates to the St. Louis conventionin the east. This has been demonstrat- wife has read anything about it yet. *and accounts the value of which I

''Ml and Pensacola should add her be taken the joint statehood bill will 1901 and attracted considerable attention '1 ed whenever the democracy has refused has been fired by the incorporators ai

ifvra 4 mite to the relief fund that is being occupy the attention of the Senate to there by his prominence in the fto adopt a platform] and nominatea Five Thousand and Four Hundred Dui'ats. -

r4 raised. the exclusion of other measures. effort to nominate Hearst, his speech candidate of the eastern brand or ; .

:r A relief committee has been organ- though there may be one or two seconding Hearst's nomination being' the east in a fit of generosity, may __ : .- 4. The said corporation shall erst

u1 lied at ,Meridian to the treasurer oft speeches made on the railroad rate' one of the notable utterances of the give to the other sections the plat for ninety-nine ((99 years.
: bill, The statehood measure is in I occasion. Mr. Beards letter to the form and the east take. the candidate 5. The business of the company ts
which contributions may be for charge of Senator Dick of Ohio who Constitution follows: i las in 1892.: to be conducted by a president a vice/

warded. wishes to make an immense state of I A Southern Candidate. I I It; is HmO:. for the south and the H .i; president and: a secretarytreasureand

of over 235,000 square miles out of Editor ,Constitutlon.-A number of,,[ west to recognize the fact that their a board of three (3)) drector-
' F' Andy Hamilton. of insurance scan- the territories of Arizona and New i leading papers throughout the south. Interests are the same, and are an ', The directors shall be elected annuai-

it dal fame only stayed in this country Mexico necessitating the citizen traveling and, in fact in other sections of the tagonistic the interests of the east ly at a meeting of the stockholJers ::1

long enough to catch an outgoing 800 miles :in order to reach the union, are now discussing the advisi-- The south and west are the tax pro- Ji the; second Monday of January o*

steamer for And incidental state capital. So far the only argument -billty and expediency of the democracy -ducing, tax paying sections of the : year and the directors so elected hall
Europe. ,
r44 that Senator Dick has been able i nominating a southern man for union, and* the east exclusively, the on .the same day elect the presides,
ft ly he better stay there this time. to advance in opposition to seperate the presidency in 1908. I I tax consuming section. 'The east is ( ths; vice-president and, the secretar,

statehood for the territories' is their My recollection is that The Constitution *,living and prospering, and has lived ? treasurer.: Until the first election W-

small population as shown by the cen- originated this move, as tar and prospered since the inaugurationof K. Robinson shaH be president. B. L.
Candidates for Office sus of 1900. But he and other advocateS back as in 1904. You will, I trust, al., the federal'government on the Industry Barclay, vice-president and Go. '

ttl.s. Are Misunderstood. object to an amendment pro- low me the space in jour columns to I and products of the south and Mbrgan, secretary-treasurer and th
viding for two states :when each of give'my view upon this subject which west and the 'east nat raUy (if not board of dictors shall consist of these

Since the dates of the Florida primaries the territories shall have a population I is of such vast magnitude and so pregnant generously) prefers to keep the' south persons.;
to allow it two members :
c were announced by tha Demo- sufficient o with interest not only to the and west in the condition of "hewersof 6. The highest amount of indebteaness -
under the apportionmentthat
Congress south, but to the entire country. It, wood and drawers of water" to the to which the corporation shall at
cratic State Executive Committee then prevail In answer to
may Is, I think, full time that each southern -!I east. The great mass of honest vot-- any time subject itself to shall be Fh'
1 candidates have begun to bob up in the complaint that the proposed new state should assert her perfect ers throughout the entire country Thousand Dollars, ($5.000.00)).
it is .-
state will be unwella'y in size
:- : considerable numbers, particularly in and entire equality with every other know that from 1801 to 1861 the pres- 7. The names and resdences! of '*-" c
said that it will not be as large as
; $i counties on the peninsula and as Texas, but it is well to 'bear in mind state in the union. Not since 1860 has i.lents of the United States were southern Ills Way. subscribers and the amount of SIn' ".

- usual they are coming in for their the fact that Texas is compact, its a citizen of a southern state been placed !I I men, with but five exceptions,' Overcrowding. Beggar-Say mister please elve m. S subscribed for by each is as follow
- is and upon a national democratic. ticket,I and that evenrthen southern cabinets The Citizen: -There are too many graft- niekeLrs J. E. Abercrombie, Pensaeola. F O1'
full share of criticism. population homogenuous,
newspaper In the world. that other
The Playwright-Didn't man
and the longer this condition exists and southern counsel controlled executive da. Ten Shares.
moreover Texas has th right to sep-- The Politician-Unquestionably. Pretty just five you a nickel
Miami is somewhat of "
I suspicious the difficult it will be to change I I action and R. P. Reese Pensacola Florida I a
sss arate herself into five states whenever more governmental pol soon there won't be enough craft to go Beggar-Er-er yes sir. ,
_t office seekers but Jacksonville takes she shall see fit. In this connectionthe and if continued for another half century -' icy. For sixty years we enjoyed such 'nWl4. ___ ___ The llarwdgbt-WelI. rm no pladartst. Shares.B. ,
I M the position that they are a harmless Washington Post says: it will ripen into a national precedent 'purity In official life, such happinessand L. Barclay. Pensacola Flor :>,

i ; lot and greatly misunderstood. This "Why not give the new state the that no southern state is to prosperity as no other country has -------- -- -- Ten Shares. .
- tf 11 'what the Jacksonville Times-Union right to separate itself into two states furnish a president of the United ever experienced. I do not mean the will be in the nature of an embargo.It fl ;tII I W. K. Robinson Pensacola! FI: i-,
when each of the present territories States nor yet a nominee for the pres- fictitious and watered prosperity is scarcely in the power of the otner : Cia Eighteen Shares.
1ff Las.to say on the subject: shall have 500,000 population? The idency. Under such a ban the southern trusts anti grinding monopoly but the sections, even if so disposed, to estab- CONVICTS SHOULD BESELFSUPPORTING. f; Geo. T. Morgan, Pensacola, Fioa.. II
, li! Tho day of the candidate is near argument of the single-star-or-busters states are not the t-quals of the true prosperity and happiness of all, lish a blockade. % # Six Shares.

\i at hand. and the Miami Metropolis .la that the population must perpetually other states. If it be objected that a and In exact degree as we have departed L JOHN S. BEARD. 1; (Signed)
t 1 puts us all on our guard by the following remain stationary. They dwell on nominee from a southern state cannot from standards: erected and adhered 'Pensacola, Fla.VOX ?t Birmingham Le 'ger. J. E. ABERCROMBE

;t paragraph: "Whenever with "barren wastes" that must forever be be elected that in itself is a declaration -, to under southern leadership, S R. P. REESE.
the next two months. you meet the I wilderness Th same was said of that the southern states are from 1801 to 1861, have we encounter- : N ;; HH.. B. L. BARCLAY.

best fellow you ever saw-the fellow I Kansas-of regions that now support under a ban that destroys their consti-i ed national disaster, and Invited and \V. K. ROBINSON'
-. with the smile that won't como off 'a teeming population, with farm lands tutional equality with the other statesof encouraged dishonesty in official life, at POPULI I There is no principle of economy GEO. T. MORGAN t
,4 I and the shake that Is hearty. who 'I worth $100 an acre. the union. and the maladministration of public I f more clear than that every prisonerin State of Florida, County of E- air: *.
-i1 :wants to know all about health. .
: : your There are immense areas of desertin We also reply to the objection thata affairs. The great mass of American th9 penitentiary should be forced Before the undersigned, pfw
+ (j solicits the welfare of the wife and i .01THE(->> '$ to his
I both Arizona and New Mexico that southern man cannot be elected, voters know of all these things and earn own support and repay the appeared J. E. Abercrombie. R

.* children and who volunteers the I will some day be as fruitful as a gar that since iso, the nominees of demo they sincerely desire to recur to fundamental VALUE tax payer for the cost he has broughton Reese. B. L. Barclay \V. K. Hot ':" :Sand
OF GOOD
information that if there is
anything them. It is the bad
of the
den. Forty-odd years ago: Colorado ocracy for the presidency have come principles and to reestab-- men I Geo. T. Morgan each (" g.- .'
I
you want at any time don't fail to I considered a far more hopeless ROADS TO THE FARMER state who compel the tax payers to '
lish
was from the north. and except in 1895 honest government; to secure I acknowledged their signature "
to him for It-don't
come get .case than either Arizona or New :Mexico : which build prisons and maintain wardens.I tha II
and 1900. from the state of New York. theyiIj vote for and elect a foregoing instrument and '
. 1.i frightened lunatic. for, and he have Is entirely him run harmless in for a is to-day; but Colorado is becoming Since 1860. except in 1896 and 19'00.the southern man if they are given the I Editor Pansacola Journal: It maintain Is the criminals who compel us to I. same i is their act and deed 1ff<: ,e
a great agricultural state as An for Florida farm a costly judiciary system to
east alone has dictated democratic opportunity.South easy way the set forth.
purposes
and not crazy-just one of the voluminous Arizona New Mexico would try them. It is they who compel us ,
ttl number of candidates for or statehood' soon platforms and democratic nominations Holds Balance of Power. I ers to make money and bU land worth to pay Jurors Immense sums In testimony whereof I han *!*''"' .
be if granted and the south, almost alone, Let us take another view of the expediency every unto set my hand and fixed my offi" -
I county and state omce now floating "But Senator Dick is right. from $25.00 to $50.00 per acre more month. It is they who compel us to
suppose has done the democratic votlI4"'. In and advisibility! of nominating seal this 8th day of February.
about the hunting
t ; around and community is Building roads in
What harm can come from Insertingthe by good every serve on juries. They should pay the
all of these years, under eastern die- a southern man for the presidency 1906.
| for your voteVe believe the whole
: provision of separate statehood if county and township. cost. The criminal courts
candidate is misunderstood. His interest tatfon and leadership, and in 1896 and by the next democratic national con- the (Signed) J. J. IIOOTONNotary
the and
I juries jails penitentiaryare
warrant it? His
should .
population argument -
SI The pushing man from other sections t 'd')
all 1900 unJer western leadership the vention. If an eastern man should be f
f :! In mankind is not alwaysa all made
those
is there will be no such always necessary by who
popu- who investment '
vote hunting Interest. lie simply ticket has been elected "nly twice, In nominated the west will not support :seeking commit the crimes. Public State at Large. ( .m.
lation. Very well then there woulJbe
;
gets acquainted with many people bet no separate statehood. for one 1884 and 1892; and eseadgood demo- him because of eastern treacheryand will wants not a good satisfied road to with drive m- During the month of February the mission expires May 8, 19 715feboaw4w .
never knew before finds them inter crat today deplores the election the desertion in 1890 and 1900. If a and ba any
Le depends on the other. Again thetound'l110n thing else. It will be worth to convicts of Alabama earned for the
ested in the election in which he is ticket in 1892 which be not western is nominated you
: stone of our system is proved to man the east all costs twice good pooDle of tha state $65.240: That .
4 Interested; It they are polite. thinks home rule. What objection can any a democratic victory. as we had fond will not support him because of western Free tt mail delivery over.is assured if i gee a gOOd -ways toward paying-the -

; Th they intend voting for him. and likes one raise to the proposal of leavingthe ly hoped but the triumph of the defection in 1904. but the south roads hard ann! teams cost they have brought upon us. It is I St. Andrews and
ycur are Pensacola
jour
i them for it; is confident of election question to the people as proposed finesse of Belmont Morgan et at,over supported Bryan in 1896 and 1900 and and wagons will last twice as long.If I a gain of 25,000 over the receipts ,
knowing his supporters and not in the Foraker amendment?" both political parties and the great Parker in 1904. Neither the east nor you want a purchaser for your from February of last year. That was Co.
4 knowing those who will vote against It is evident that there is "a niggerin mass of the American electorate. The the west has any quid pro quo for the farm surrounded by good drives, he is the shortest month of the year and I Gulf Steamship

3 m him; is generally happy and loves woodpile"' of quite a pronounce administration of 1893-1S97 has proven -I I south. always waiting with the cash. the receipt indicate a greater return TARPON
everybody. We believe the sham and political complexion. Arizona and a more severe blow to democracy!I The south holds the balance of power When you drive to market you can for all the months. That will bring STEAMER
f 4 the humbug Is much oftener the voter than was the support of Ureeley in in a national democratic the 'to for
New Mexico should come in as separate conven- haul a full load and haul it easily receipts close up 1,000,000 W. c. BARROW Master.,
L -4 than the candidate. How many times states it would mean four new 1872, and the preceding and succeed- tion. The south does the democratic and with good roads your farm is accessible the year.It .
k men let a candidate think they will Democratic members of the UniteJ lug defeats combined. I I.votlnr. No democratic candidate! ; has to the world. is to be regretted! that the convicts FDIST-CLAES PASSENGER A.VO

vote for him when they intend to vote States Senate whereas joint statehoodwill Objections of the East. | the ghost of a chance of,election without You and your family are proud of have to compete with free labor, FREIGHT SERVICE
candidate -
the
C against him? As a result give only two. Politics are at ;The nomination of a southern man the electoral vote of .uie south. your home and you will find that but there is no way to avoid it The -Detwfln-
and until the
1 .i is friendly then happy he Is often the bottom of the scheme from first cannot possibly be a greater harbinger: The south is the really: and truly home in this very desirable climate tax payers have committed no crime

J rote are counted else and often has cause to last. -The Republicans think it will of democratic defeat than has the (American portion! of the union, and! surTounn'el with good roads, the best that they should not be: compelled to PENSACOLA. MOBILE. APALACHWCOLA.
t eomething She: them a good chance to capture nomination of a southern man provento the south has the brains;, the patriotism I place under the sun. support a lot of criminals in idleness. CARRABELLE. ST. ANDREWS

to be.The. _ _ the two ccnatorships.but if one may, be for the past (nearly) fifty years. the statesmanship and the integ.1 G. W. JOHNSTON That is not 1o be thought of. There MILLVILLE
Times "The lid judge from the feeling the scheme has Of course eastern politicians will insist rity. The south should in the next: I is no line of work for criminals In
Dublin says: aroused the political engineers are that 'the time is not opportune national democratic convention insist this state in which they would not And all point en St. ,ndrewa Biy,
ti !e to be put on and battered down In.vannah. likely to be hoist by their own petard. for the nomination,of a southern man; upon the nomination for pres'dentof compete with free men. It is essen- Carrabelle and ApaUwhlcota.

; 4 .** but our confidence in the leadershipand the United States of one of ner I,.itial that they support themselves and SCHEDULE

trtt Shouldn't think: the authorities fJ"? i? the political prognostications of own distinguished sons, and she has In "NOSE Attic AROUND"and Cellar -.1# pay the cost of their triaL Leave Fet sacola ttuola, *::3
flLL would let 'em batter it down after it the cast should be somewhat impaired many worthy of the honor and of the your ; The criminal is ,tha one man who for Mobile Ala.
is- spend an hour making an In.f 8:33
NEW JERSEY'S in the light of the past fifty years.It trust has no right to complain! of his fate. Leave Penaacola TaesJan. : P-
-
; was once In place.It & ventorj- of the things you find ?fi. Not one in thousand of them but Andrews. M.JvUle. A...-
WAR a St
MOSQUITO Is only necessary to recall the confident The southowes it to herself. to her mfor
$. that are worth less to you than & bave staid and iaU raiel.ati
could out of the Carrabelle
penitentiary -
4 loud honor IacllIcota
predictions and promises and to her equality In a unionof ,
Tom Lawson can, a. he says money" would be
"ready worth
% if had
New Orleans States. iio of democratic victory made by the! equal states. Present southern I they wanted to. Going polntL
ltd John D. Rockefeller write descriptions of each of lnfx-matlon apply I)
to is add1Uonal
serve a subpoena upon the penitentiary largely!> a matter For
: east in 1904. if the St. Louis convention leaders owe it to this and succeeding I .
& the articles in a series of of choice. With the J. R. SAUND3.E.
1 i state
the
iz1; he should with receiving a
) proceed ..j" :J MH H-J.; would only nominate Judge Par.) generations in the south that under L SALE presldecan.
"fOR ADS.
-: work and not stand away off convention nominated their million dollars a year from the men R. COBB.
ker. the such
good; Well leadership no pernicious .
,*, and turn them into money** i? who commit the crimes the tax burdens Frt and PMS.! ArFenaacola.
talking about it In New Jersey the fierce. man-eat Judge Parker, and. though he tele- precedent be established as that each Jla.
of hose who do not commit
ing mosquito Is keeping large areas of into the platform southern the
graphed a plank state is not perfect and :a ,
! Wise husbands V.111SOOn begin to load land from cultivation deprecating which the convention had rejected but entire equal of every other state in t I crimes will be materially lightened -

.- l: save up their spare change to pay property and retarding settlementof t which eastern statesmen l!) thought I the union. If the south Insist upon t --- /. -- Escambia Lodge. No. 15, F. & A.A !J
I bonnet various districts to such an extent i essential to success, the November it the south will secure It, and if democracy Special communication
for that Easter
that the state has proclaimed a war of election was not a democratic victory. should be defeated and,I believe That's too bad! Vc bid noticed it was Escambia Lodge. No. 15. r ".
$ extermination and is convinced that The eastern democracy will object that It will not be) it will only' ) be held m ,-
Wonder If :Miss Ida Tarbell rouJ.au"tttU 7s Your looking pretty thin and faded of late A. M.. will
by the use of scientific methods a decisive to the nomination, a southern man be a repetition of what has been happening March 9th. at '
did. evening.
Rockefeller has secreted but naturally not like to of
where Deacon speak i it. ,
(
victory will be scored over the knows that
because the east a for the past fifty years (nearly} the Hair o'clock. Work In M. M Dr
himself? pestiferous insects. It has already southern statesman. if elected cannotbe under other than southern leadership.If By way Ayers Vigor is a Visiting brethren fraternally inr-j

been demonstrated by experimentsthat used. as an eastern man can be. if a southern man Is not nominated Hair Sick ) 'regular hair grower a perfect hair re- C. D. BEYER. ,
Jt is hardly probable that there mill mosquito-breeding marshes can elected. In furtherance of the monetary by the convention it will be because r storeg. It keeps, the ;calp clean-and DAILY W, t

be a dearth of gradn sass next year be drained at comparatively; small and commercial enrichment of the sotfUr is not true to herself. .Jt health!. Sold for 60,years grscs. W.. G.. "Secretary.

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tin.It. We had the misfortune of having a- lot of our fine Dress Goods, Linen Lawns and Linen Cambrics, damaged by water. On next


Ia.sn: Friday and .Saturday '(March 9 and JO), we will give you an opportunity to get these goods-some as l low as twenty-five cents on


the dollar These goods, part of which we mention below, have sustained very slight damage, but the mark-down prices are ,


itsIr.Ill. many times greater than the actual damage. We do this that we may dispose of the last yard in two days, Friday and Saturday.



Jofei Black Printed Mohair, value 50c, now______ _________25c Black Plain Voile, value 50c, now ----__ ______ ______35c Black Lace Stripe Panama, value $1.00, for______. ____35c

Black Fr. Crepon, value $1.50, now__________-:______75c Black Fancy Voile, value $1.50, now____ ____ ________65c Black Panama (Fr. Luster), value $2.00, for$1.00

Black Nub Voile< value $1.50, now______ ______ ____$1.00 Black Cheviot 'Serge, value $1.50, for______._________95c Black Emb'd Eaolean, value $1.25, for____________-.-_75c

Black Emb'd Voile, value $1.75, now_______________$1.00 Black Crepe de Pans, value $1.25, for ---:..------------35c Black Fr. Henrietta, value $1.75, for______ ____ ______90o



'se, Navy Blue! Voile for___________ ____ __________50c T
td Fr. Flannel (Solid Colors) for_________._____ ________35c ----- Plain Black Batiste, $1.00 value, for_____ ____________65c ''I
b.it. Black Zibaline,.$2.00 value, for________ _____________95c
Black Batiste, $1.25 value I for_______ 75c Plain Black Batiste, 60c value, for____ ______ ________35c
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: J Black Henrietta, 40c value, for. __.______ ____ ___;-----25c I ..f

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100 yards English Long Cloth, 12 l-2c values, per yard___,,.._______ ________________5c 36-inch! Linen! Lawns; 65c value, for______ -----------------------_______________25c50c tt

::;s'lpal 1 1Je. it 500 yards Fr. Dimities, assorted checks and qualities, 15 to 35c, choice, per Ya rd71-2c. This SaleStarts I 36-inch Linen! ,Lawns, 75c value, for________________ --------------.-_.----------- ;{

Fine Handkerchiefs, Linen, $1.00 value, for.,.___________________________________" .50c 36-inch Linen Lawns, 35c value, for________________________ --------____________20c i ;

..da.usi<.. 24-inch! Union Lawn25c value, for__________-__1____ _______________________ ;__lOc at 36-inch! Linen! Lawns, $1.00 value, for______________ ______________ ______________60c +r

Ins: 18 36-inch Linen Cambric, for_______________---_______________________________l18c 36-inch Linen Lawns, 35c value, for:.___________ ------------------______________18c

and.les and 200- yards Soft Check Nainsook 15c value for,-___ ______ ______________________7 1-2c 8 Sharp 36-inch Linen Lawns $1.50 value for___________ ---- _______________________.___90c I r! ; _




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and Successors to Green & Watson.

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::1 s ualon I then add to it early and often. It

gives you a feeling of security regarding -
y. Editor of Buffalo Times He
lent.halt Many are Perishing of Cold and ReceivingEncouragement Says your finances that you cannot getIn

tary- is Logical Candidate another way. '
in His Efforts -
x W. Hunger-Relief Work/ inProress. Our facilities are exceptiohally fine

J.. L.T. to this End. _for_I9D8._____ for serving you along any of the linesof .

thahese modern banking and shall be
Norman E. Mack, 'of Buffalo, N. Y.,
latest advice from the famine Prof. J. B. Lockey1, principal of editor of the Evening Times of that pleased to have your business. '
fiel-vs! of city and the New YorTc member of
bted- Japan ;gives a most: harrowing ad-
time snce!
school No.1, who some
ill at part t are of the present conditions of the Democratic National Committee ,
Flva"lori rh,- suffers in that section. Messrs. r { dressed a letter to the Florida Times- ,T,as In Birmingham Thursday says i
llira inter-scholastic: the Birmingham Ag -Herald. He arrived
hima. Fuji!>awa and Abe three Union advOcating an
the officials, write,: of the terrible condl-; athletic meet for the high school boys from New Orleans, accompaniedby
,tact t;ons in the three provinces and of the Mrs. Mack and Mrs. Mack's
,of the state is meeting. with encouragement FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF
'S' "imediate need of rescue.; The actual ,mother. The party had 'been enjoying
, s::-u.. of the people, according to these lie is receipt i of a letter I the carnival and will visit Florida before

witnesses, is far worse than has been Happy Japanese Children before the Great Famine.can. from Prof. C. A. Holton, athletic director I returning home."I .
.Tea IHctur+Although the governmentand of the University of the State, found Birmingham an importantcity PENSACOLA. FLA.
the \\E'Il.tHo when I was here six years ago,
have done much In 'I the latter take to the BUg W H.KfOWLM.' Pre. W.K.Tlrca.; JR.,V-Pre..and CnHier.
which It is
"but
in
at
ack the Hlllman
Mr.
rida.: the war of giving employment, these The ,weather la bitterly cold in the sympathetic and helpful attitudeof said T.W.BBCJTT and W N.HOBCRTS.Asst.Cashier.
'neasiins! are quite inadequate for after gestion. In his letter Prof. Holton a much: larger and a much more im DlRSCTOBS-F.,C. Brent. W. A. Blount.. H. Knowles. W. K. flyer, Jr..
', so the north and many poor people I the officials not one ,sen of this I I portant city now. The fact IS!, Birmingham D.U. Brent. I
rida! itlt-"prt'ad a disaster: as the present.. enduring the cruel attacks of hun money will be spent in administrat.on. -in part says: Is a wonderfully attractive
'K' asrgiame! the misfortunes of the have been frozen to death. It "I note with a great deal of interest
ger "
I marvel at the strides it has '
The whole will be Used' in buy! place.
n.ftVrthe
rida.IE intense cold ana': the deep Is only too certain that unless some letter in the Jacksonville Times. I
your made in six In ten years
HI0Wthat:: cover the land make it imHr.sibk great beneficent influence intervenes, ing food. In no case will money be years. .
with reference to will have probably a population
Birmingham
for th m to get even roots of the death-roll from hunger and coltf given. The money goers to the headsof Union of this date
of All the signs point
-!1.1>-> and bark of trees and shrubs forx in the next three months will shock the counties. There it Is again an inter-scholastic athletic meet for "250000. '
:. >d any longer. They are simply faciiijr ,tho world. divided in proportion to the need and the high school boys of our state. At that Asked way about politics, u l\1r.1\laCK__ said: j Ma 5.OJ.
,1.1 nation day by sent to the heads in the different
day.I'ee I Selling Their Children.In I present there is not to my knowledgea "The outlook for the Democracy in JOHN PFEIf FEB.Assistant Cashlir.
'I :. almost: towns and villages of the unprecedented cold hasC" the state and therefore 1908 in singularly cheering. The fact J.W.ANDREWS.Assistant Casaltr.
track
in
running Vto-Praslleot and CitMer.
desperate parentsare in for C.CLARK.
instances turn food
in augmented the need of relief some They buy the amount, until that Ptesiotent+ Roosevelt had to win
>., their children. A girl of and it to the sufferers turf would have to suffice
nba. tits in lwate as well as all of the selling give in daily Democratic support to get his railroad
) '.tnime stricken' prefectures. It was nine was offered: for $1, but the pur portions.In our plans are matured at Gainesville rate regulation measure through Con NATIONAL BANK
nalI' AMERICAN
i"" sal that the greatest distress is pre--chaser could only pay thirty cents. this way the money will be mad and we have a suitable track for such gress shows that the Republican partyis THE ; .._
nsoa *'" :fug m nine of the thirteen coun-, This was accepts: and the parentsset to go as far as possible will serve purpose. 'Here at Lake City we can to be as badly divided as the Democratic Or PtNBHCOLA. FLM.
,-fcpm h i .' nf the province, and in the city of out for another province leaving. as many as possible and ,will reach put in an excellent quarter-mile trackon party was in 1896. When men
, the Monola, It was decided that, as fare the poor old grandmother to die' alone. them just at the time when they neeof the turf and could, hold the meeton like Senator Aldrich and other great DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES.
tie possIble, the following classes of I because she was too old to undertakethe it most. It will also reach them in the date you suggest. My servicesare Republican statesmen-leaders part
. the "ellille !should be helped first: Old jourJ cThese incidents are daily portions of food so that they at your command and I will do company with the administration and CAPITAL STOCK, J200.WO. SURPLUS, $69,000. 11.
"''ilh.lick! people, people who for common at such an awful crisis; will not be able to uselessly or harmfully all in my power to promote such a when a Republican president has to DIRECTORS- "
;,,,'. r,- never was there a greater opportunity of the awakening' of the like Till-
hereHclal- aon are unable to work, and waste any portion it. movement for look to men of the opposition
en' ;,'!(lien who have had to stop school for all who believe evidence in of human their In point of policy, a golden opportunity athletic' spirit, among our school man and Bailey, the Democratic party Henry L. Covlngton, Frank Rcllly F. E. Bravtner
V. D. evause.. they hate nothing to bring brotherhood to give now offers to strengthen the boys.:' may well take! heart." J I. M., Pfeiffer, W.S. Rosasco: C.W.Lamar,
1" 'in hi-s, The 300,000 famine- mpathy. ,bond of friendship between our country "Bryan," said Mr.\ Mack, "will be our Dunwody, T. F. McGourln. J. R. Sounders. .-
"nrken: methods employed by the Japanese victorious and 1908. In 1896 Mr. Bryan 0. E. Miura,
in
) I p.-opic in Fukushima' are now The and advancing logical candidate A. M. Avery W. H.Milton
:Seal) 11a most pitiable plight in spite of for olstributing relief ara exceptionally (Japan that may well prove of meal Bryan was young, impetuous and un- W. L Cavvthon. Dr. W. J. Hannah MtHcn/lc Oertln .
Com tnamnorius doing the best they efficient As the result of culable value in America's far East I The' FIr.t Ward. tried. To-day he is matured. When Alex McGowIn, C. M. Covlngton, M. E. Clark. '
. ern relations: and unless the Christian MBnr" salC the Judge "you provoked Bryan ran In 1900 he pollea1 1,000,000
---- -- world lives to the than other Democratic Firms SollolUd.'
_._ up Christian fco fight. more votes any Accounts of Banks Individuals,Corporations
-". '-' morality and comes to the rescue "JJo, Oi didn't." replied the prisoner. candidate ever pollad.
,
-- .. -- CiBlind_,! ,. with a liberally sustained famine "But you struck the first blow. Why "Everybody must recognize the fact Four per cent Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
fund how can we expect the Japaneseto did you do that?" that Bryan has been'consistent.. He
and give' credence to our recent and Bekase he said to me, 'If Oi'm wan stands for great principles. He standsfor -.

. I Headache and widespread admirationVe: expressions! have of friendship no fear, him.-'hilade 'Democracy the people against against plutocracy.the' trusts-for Bryan, ,.................'...8...N.tNt E.iNtf'1 W. ,MEmEVER....NfaNeONNi Cashier.

but that the help will come In abundant like Roosevelt and like Cleveland is J. S. REESE, President
j\J but it Is difficult to I honest and fearless. For <> R. M. CART Vice-President.
measure
pre n absolutely
"About a year ago," writes Mrs. Mattie\ Allen, of I sent with sufficient strength the need I i the same reason that I was a partisanof I THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF PENSACOLA. :iI i-
Ga. "I I suffered with I for haste. The agony of starvation Grover Cleveland when Clevelandwas '
1123 Broadway, Augusta, has begun-i* now in existence! 'Who "oldjoe"rahrah in the running I am for W. J. I Director-- J. R.ev s. J. 8. Reese W. DeC. Keetler., R. M. Gary,, .
ANDBay blind, sick headaches and backaches, and could get I 'wfil item this lafe-destroylng: tide'? i Bryan. He stands for something and A. D'AUmbftrte, T. A. Jennings, J. J. Hooton. i .IS.ISw.

no relief until I tried If you have not.much, "H lp just a whiskey J the people trust him. I believe Bryan / TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING RCSPECTFULLTr BUSINESS. SOU CITED. .
ACCOUNT IS
elected In YOUR
and
' "I what little. you If have.you hava The: Christian more, give Herald of will 1908."be nominated NEON..........................*. .>........<' ,

1CH" I gratefully acknowledges! through -
\ I WINE I jits Japan Famine Relief Fund 93 to No pills! is as pleasant and positive
CARDUI 114 Bible House every gift received old joe! a DeWitt's Little Early Risers. These : Pa..UDUT. T.E.W LLII\:! Vlo..Pa..IDU'I'. .
Famous Little Fills are so mild and<: L It.bt.bUSUNBLL.Ltacsita.' MANSfiELD MORESO. I'd..o.ullimi
OF effective that children delicate ladles National Bank
.
. enjoy their cleansing Citizens
PITH AND POINT.The and: weak people r.
it's a winner effect while strong people gay they of PenskcoU, Florida.
J p. Relief I the test liver pills sold. Never DllfCtORS.Geo .
are
Woman's .. trouble with being a peacemaker I, 1 "" .E.Wellea. Rhl.Ilobin.nn. L. Hilton Ore.n.A .
J Bear. 1'
30 p. Is that you are liable to be accused of shouts of gripe. W.Wright. MorriS

Apa.Jdlat..- I immediately commenced to improve, and I'butting in. Identification Fur W r.hlp.. ccwraL Baviri/vc/ ai/swrss rw/wsacrrn/ .

> now I feel like a new woman, and wish to [' The sensation of blushing would b* enthusiasmgreet The German admiralty has resolved ___ ____ -..J
familiar one to most of its If we knew .
a with
. I of war
,.IT tj foM furnishing ships
all sick women, Bpon.
us.tdent. recommend it to \j bow often we were thought a nuisance. recognizing each other's Idea t
of
i WRITE X know it will cure them, as it did me. I A man never knows how small his it tity means at distances too great for reading M.C/MJ : .:: ......:7"4)_ cc:.,.. Jew W....,.
extract of house is until the screams all the Cleveland R .. CSR tte.'r.
N Cardui is pure, medicinal l baby the name of.the vessel says r.. :
us relieves night nor bow large it is until the baby Dealer. This is to be effected Wholesale and Retail Del c in :
which everywheremerit Plain
vegetable herbs, I' Is dead. band on the Domestic ,Anthracite
. FREELY female by the use of rings or Steam, C 0 A L
A. M. and took Il', describing Female pains, regulates Here Is a good old fashioned sayingto will tell-mr '.es chimney itack differing In number and and Blacksmith
a of your sjmptoms. wewni >x functionstonesuptheormnsansMer repeat to the man who worries: sold annually! y! color. The color 'Used: will be black. Offlce-No. '43 South Palafox street. Telephone 93.
. !F & your case and give State Of health. Never take more on Tour heart than ... Tblte, red and yellow. According to Tarragona and Gonzales ftreets. Phones 6 and Vlt
tO s comer
a
'rlda11:3Q >ou free advice (in plain sealed N v proper you can kick off at your heels. full measure -conv ; ,wveral liberal German journals: the Yard! l--- .".
tn=r pe,). Don't hesitate, but Try i it for your trouble.Evel"f There are supposedly sixty minutes moderate price_soft f ships of the opposing squadrons frequently I II :
Write today. Address: Ladies' Ad- sellS It hour friend for an enemy I
''egt'ee. druggist in every hour but In the last mistook a
.'Ited.I. isory Dept., The Chattanooga Medi- <| Is "b b" aqr'itait ; ; maneuvers owing'to
bottle when there cuch to be accomplished & during the,roceat
dne in $1 UU
Co., Tenn. Vv [
: Chattanooga, there are not more than,twenty-niin.-- the absence of Wj macs of ldentifa.tp' THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL -lOc a week at t your door .
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< f the spines wuidi nature: had given the -
csI jsusmjotsesowsxaxs* TIDBIT FOR EPICURES' plant'for its'own defense. The experi--Your Last Chance
!
6 menters were aware that cattle will n teat

PEOPLE and EVENTS .. the cactus ia its natural state because
II Meat
iTI Mexico Has Produced It In of these spiny prickles, which To-day Closes Our Monster

: .1 are sure to lacerate their mouths and
Cactus Cheese.
injure the animals In various other

r1 Seen, Heard and Done Among Those Who Go, Come and ways.undertaken Soon after In the the southwest experiments it were was Odd and End Sale !

LOOKS LIKE A PINE CHOCOLATE
: I found that if the plants: were cut up

Tarry & Women and Society, Here and Elsewhere. I find allowed to soak In their own juice So you must ACT AT I

'teJlI..ded aa a NatrltloBa Food byMeilau. for twelve or fourteen hours the spiny ,
ONCE if
become harmless. After this v you want to
prickles
.
2* E. NELLIE BECK. -Other t: *a DiscoveredFor
By Telephone 669. 2
the'Soathwe.tera Desert'Prlckly treatment the plants are greatly relished reap its benefits.
;:xsx8nxusv3ssrvnr r\sur :: .. :: Peppers I II by the sto..!;. especially the dairy
Plant -Fodder For Dairy Antmals -
animals. It has been demonstrated also
j. -D.T lopl Splnelesa Plants.
g
MEYER SHOE
that a ration of these soaked cacti COMPANY

jtiT:1: A By REMEMBERED Eva Williams WEDDING.1Ia'one. The Journal's Daily Fashion Feature New York epicures who ream for combined with n little grain will keep j

.FPt) Young Miss :Forget was wed one night I That's what our Mexican more gastronomic worlds to conquer a daIry animal In good fiesh and mIlkns' Feet Furnishers For Folks k

'The tenth day of December, Chili Con-Came is made of. It may find Interest In a new confection readily as the best corn'ensilage.
The Having found the good uses of the
was 102 S.
groom hand-some fond and Palafox
Street.
; Is the which has been evolved ia Mexico andcan
I1I1,4:, true j.I genuine stuff. cactus plant for stock feeding when the

fiL2 His name was Sir Remember. I 10 and 15 CENT. CANS. be produced with equal ease on spine are mnde harmles. the scientific -= )
the barren wastes of the great southwest
.
I experts have" been working to obtain.
Fr1 And now this happy wftided pair I ays tie! New York Post's WashJnst"n what Is known as spineess! forms or : OPERA HOUSEONE
: : ., Their trials all) will sink I I Ii' :
; *
: I HOkE MADE BREAD correspondent.: It Is not customary -"smooth types.! Asked about the
i:1t(: For they have beught a pretty house. I w
II liven to look to desert chances of enltlvatingand: reproducing
In the cheerful town of "Think." I : for high .
:' A '4 I I We handle Mrs. Moreno's I J lands for their choice morsels. but In a plant bereft of nature's protecting NIGHT ONLY !

;And Miss Forget will ne'er forget- r I I ,home-made bread and it isfine. I i I this case it must be admitted that spines. Dr. .Galloway. !. chief: of the bureau -.

I Shes MIstre, now Kemembsr fr A =::::4 tR-) I lOc. Fresh every morning J I PiIlCatcre has held in store for said: .. .. -.. Friday March 9th.The
The parson made her ?o. you see, I I at loaf. I "" ) p.<; 'smootn, : caCti are OCCs1OWlu1 .
l4 The tenth day of December. A J' iiwr- I I IROSENAU I hem a surprise which has been uncovered -, found among the wild plants, but do
.j -+- only I through the industrious researches World's Greatest
Romantic
II:! II neJitcff not survive very Ions from! the fact Actor
:: i i: JUVENILES MEET TO-DAY U1 J Il Ui I I of the inquisitive agricultural
that animals rr-adily find them, and _in a_
q. WITH: MRS. NOBLES.
i scientists of today.: The new confeCtion -
t On account of the inclemency of they are particularly, liked by Jack rab
the weatherVednetday.. the meeting &GERELDS, is called ty the Mexicans "queso bits. The fact that efforts have been '

.; of the Juvenile M/ssionary Society of 1 f de,tuna." which means literally cactus: made to secure spineless forms has Mr. James O'Neill

the Gadsden M. E. Church was post- I The Fancy Grocers, cheese. probably not brought to the minds of.

tponed until this afternoon from 4 to i To give this announcement even the some the difficulties that such, types First Only and Positively Faree3
-
.6 at the home of Sirs. L. E. Noble.4 Phone 391. Penaacola. merest appearance of being founded
f would have In holding their own in a I Tour of
I tUACKNO.16 upon fact, it must be" explained that region where they could not or would I

STREET CAR MOTORMEN !! theictus': Z1SIt is generally known is : not be well protected by In other
: SHOULD BE MADE 9d\ man. Monte Cristo
*t ; :LEGAL FOOL KILLERS. \]I nothing less than a wild plant, covered I words spineless cacti wouid soon be

The motormen of the PensacolaFt ; withpric-kly" .spines. These. spines: are exterminated by many types of animals -

1 reel cars are certainly entitled to k'' : Ready at all hours calls.j Intended by nature as deterrents to : .as the spines are the real protective THE PLAY HE MADE FAMOUS lt
to answer
Borne protection from Ihe ; t; wild "animals, which would otherwiseget "
constant agencies.
't to any part of city.. First class! in i PRICES-25C to $1.50.
: nerve-wrecking! menace of, not only every respect. Fast and gentle horses!"i into the habit of making the cactus This fact therefore will lead to the

careless inconsequent and Irresponsi. and polite drivers. Phone No. 185.;; '' their principal food supply. Were the levelopment of a more tender species Seats, on Sale Wednesday at noon. eo
1 Lie children who play along the George K. Faulk. 'I spines lacking, the plant would quickly I which will need protection just as gar-
4 'tracks, but of dare-deiil boys and
be exterminated through this demand i Il1en vegetables Jo from predatory animals -
girls men and women who appear to A CENTL MAN'S
for food.A TASTE IS !BEST
which feed them. Rabbitsdo
fr take ficndUh: delight in suddenly I I I upon
1 springing across the track so closely with the city and especially 'with this great portion of the southwesterncorner great barns to crops in all parts of SUITED WITH A i"SI
4 magnificent bay and harbor that it' of the United States is absolutely .
I In front of th" moving car that no till country, but this has resulted in
human power could prevent an accident is safe .to predict that they will)) return -|I unsuited to the growing of general protection by fencing and systematic CERTIFIED --

:' i. should) they sill or stumble ever at the first opportunity. And,! crops, so that plants of* any sort, "drives", to keep down the number of CHECK :\\
: t>O slightly. whenever that may be they may feel I j i however worthless they may appear to rabbits and such other animals as

-$ Within the last few days the writer 1 assure of a cordial welcome from all!" the casual) traveler have some value to would exterminate the if artificial 5c CIGAR. 13
t iFensacolians fortunate enough to crops
personally witnessed two instances the people who live there. It Is not BUT
meet them through Mr. and Mrs. McGourin. protection were not given. The All the qualities of fla ror,aroma
} i,., that! wer particularly outrageous be- (774/f4f '., : prising, then that such plants assume danger to 'the plant In Its wild state ,. color and goon material) is j"to
cuse the "fien.ib" were full grown -. great value In the eyes of scientific experimenters embodied in it.
.'t : men and one at least i Is a prominenr -+- : will not prevent its development along
:: J : CALLED MEETING OF whenever there is the i
successful and responsible if not intelligent these lines, and a valuable new crop Is :
r't-' husines* man. PALAFOX M. E. MISSION. slightest trace of Dualities capable of expected. This is not tfie sum total of A.
Greenhut
;p ll<* was walking leisurely down L : There will be a called meeting of development and adaptation to human the cactus plant's many uses. Another & Co. -
the Home Missionary Society in the needs. To this end Investigations have :\\
3'alafox street when suddenly about \ Interesting feature is described S DISTRIBUTORS
by Dr. ,
;L :half way between Romana an'l' Intenriencia :: Palafox,M. E. church this afternoon at been la progress for a year or two past Galloway, as follows:
-ffl-$ streets he rushed cacti and some of the other southwestern di
.tff across the tracks MI narrowly e capIng t == 1tk'\ LADIES-+-MEET be attained through the scientific development plants which grow in a regionof ._ _._ __ _u _________ __ to!
a north-bound that .
car several of the cactus plant and all
r. men Involuntarily WITH MRS. T. V. KESSLER. meager ra. fall are often used by
stopped and called
that has been discovered would fill
"F out, and the niotorn-an. though he The ladies of the Baptist MissionarySociety book. a I natives and travelers' when water cannot [Nick's Buffet and ,
tb threw* on his" bnikes with all his might will meet this afternoon with be obtained. Many of these south-
I Mrs. T. V. Kessler at her home"Hollywood. The discovery' of greatest Interest Is
'was past the spot over which that fool western plants have a special provision "
,45 man had passed before he had a good on the' bayshore, taking the production of this cactus cheese, for storing water in undergroundstems. Restaurant *

;:t! grip on his handlebar close was HAND-MADE FROCK FOR THE LITTLE MISS. the car that leases the' city. ,at 3 which looks for all the world like a Gila These stems grow to an enormous -i 'IW'It
me car. o'clock. grade of chocolate and which is mad.
"Once upon a time," as the story the form of lace or embroidery-only size, sometimes as large as a Is the only place of its
Now
rt -mark the sa'|url to that fran- up in packages about the size of a' barrel and
lie haste. That man's or rather books say fine hand work was supposed fine hand run tucks and hand-made Mr. and Mrs. Parker Gray of Montgomery pound of butter. It Is wrapped latin when found may be dug Wnd In Pensacola. in factS 07

'fienlrs-haste prft"1 pal t'lt him in a to be for the robe of the very littlest I I ruffles and a little puffing of the sheer' Ala., who have been visitingMr. foil to preserve it from deteriora up and will give considerable quantities It j Is Ter
I. tt4 run to the gutter. Hut-there he mull of which th -.ittle frock i is. made. and Mrs. Barton "!"R. Peper, left of water. These provisions are
baby, but tion. The Mexicans it is nutritious -
t stopped, deliberately lightei'!: a cigar! nowadays all this is I The l long French waist is entirely, of yesterday noon /or 'home. say a all the result of long adaptations or A Pride to
food which is eaten with much ta
I i4 Munterea' lazily on down to the next changed. For while the "littlest baby"is clusters of hand-run tucks,'and to this V as In other words, a combat between the ,
V corner where he was still' standing! not neglected, her mamma has lin.I the shortfull-flounced skirt is attached. 'Misses-Annie, Hattie doe' and Alice delight by the connoisseur as that individual pUnt Itself and Its natural surround' 1fl

; r 'when I returned on a car from the'I gene frocks quite as sheer as baby's A bertha is cut out to show a lit- Gay left Monday night for New Orleans shows in devouring some kindsof ings. The result has been the development Pensacola.Larger. flPi
t i; jxstoffice to which I walked. own clinging robe. and her little and tIe chemisette effect and is edged all where they will reside in the : cheese which 'call for an acquired of these particular contrivances

I The other Instance happened on big sisters are tricked out in hand around with a hand-made frill and a futureto the great regret' of many taste to permit of their thorough enjoyment which enable the plant to take care of cities cannot 1(1S'

Wright and Guillmarde. A well I work quite delightfully fine as her hand-made puff of the mull. This friends in this city. Those who are best acquainted itself in times of stress. boast of a better equippei

.- 1f:4: dressed man of intelligent appearance own. This little dress for a 3->'ear-old style is also well suited for the little wIth the cactus products, however declare From the place. The service Is the
was standing on the south side of shows the craze for hand work well. gin'gham frocks that are made by machine Mrs. L. F:. Brown of Valdosta. Ga., that when the taste is once acquired standpoint of the human best that can bo bad.
: the east hound track. apparently It bears not a thread of trimming in in the ordinary way. is the guest of her son Mr. Homer, the cheese Is an appetizing addition consumer with the cactus cheese as a
'waking for an East Hill) car which I II Brown at the Escambia Hotel and:! new delicacy, and of the stock raiser,
to the well garnished table. Then Nick
1flI:3 was approacmng. The car began to will be here a few days. who will have a new and cheap ration Apostle Propt'rNO -
there is the additional ,
fact of
the
1ItI slow up when he shook his I ately that it seemed nothing short ofa The ,beautiful scene was enhanced for feeding his stock tho cactus :I'

U't4 Lead motioned the motorman tofo providential, intervention saved him by the growing palms and ferns Miss Pauline Wever of High adaptability of the cactus plant stock experiments promise valuable results

W4 ahead and then-just as! the power! from being knocked down. Certainty which thrive so perfectly under the Springs, and her friend1 Miss Bertha for through other methods in preparation along the lines here Indicated. c:

: was whirled on. walked across the no possible effort of the motorman genial atmosphere of the Pebley home. Yarn of O'Brien. Fia, have gone there can be manufactured a sirup

iirt track in front of the car >>o deljber-) could have saved:: him. To the motorman's Little MissClara' Pebley Pepper in home after a charming visit of eight and a sort of-Jelly which may be eaten I0.5

exolamatIon and frantic grind a dainty white frock and all white seeks with Miss Wever's sister Mrs. with bread or crackers like the finest 'The Original. ...

L of the brake he only'smiled, and rbbons: scored for the fascinating W. D. Sears. Scotch marmalaae or American apple Foley & Co., Chicago originated :\'
Cm'>"' 1"IL.. crossing the other track calmly pro: game the score cards being uniquein Jelly. Honey and Tar as a throat and lung

ctedea1 to wait-again. And-he was the form of a gold crescent ,with a Miss MarIon of Greenville' Ala.. The addition to the list of eatables ofa remedy and on account of the great
still standing there when I reached I II ,beauty hearf and ,below each head who has been one of Mrs. Charles J. food merit and popularity of Foley's
I Palafox and no 'west bound car in pretty sentiment. a Rice's attractive carnival guestsle3"es susceptible of so many preparations Honey and Tar many imitations are IC'a DCI
as this' is expected to of
sight. prove offered for the genuine These
After the game a delicious sweet to-day for home. worthIEs
Lenten I Now-I certainly have no reason to course luncheon was served. -4--- .. wide'general interest :Now that the imitations have similar sounding 11

I feel very kindly toward either motor The special guests were Miss Bessie Miss Mabel Hendrix of Escambia, first secret of, its value has been discovered names. Beware of them. The genu -

I I me or conductors for, they have been Rice of Century, Miss Marton of Fla.. is In the city for a few days the there la sure to be an evolution ine Foley's Honey and Tar is in a yellow -

discourteous to me on more than one Greevllle. Ala., Miss Mahone of Lu- guest of friends and relatives. of the uses' to which it may be put. It package. Ask for it and refus
&&E I occasion, and time and again have verne Ala., Mrs. Charles Wilson Mrs. I -4- la not to be supposed that a plant any substitute. It is the best remedy

dumped me off the last car on stormy J. Ml Flinn. Mrs. F. M. Williams. I Mr. and Mrs. W. w. Weekly have which has been developed through scientific for coughs and colds. W. A. D'Alem-

*mm i PJ ,i iiights two and three 'blocks from the 51 rs. B. R. Pepper and, Mrs. Du Bose gone housekeeping at 505 Guille- experiment to produce'a new here, druggist and apothecary 11"o
proper place and left me to get home Lamar. marde.
IF Specialties I the best I could in the dark. The next source of food supply for human consumption -
regular
meeting will '
beat Had HI. Hands
would Fmll. :\\
be
I I IC' And-when I did' reach home-It Mrs. Cuyler McMillan's. Mr. K. M. Halles of Gulfport. Miss. not investigatedfrom The
death of Senator DavU LONG WAITS PRESCRIPTIONS -
It was not my fault that I could never, On Monday night the club will entertain visiting Mrs. J. S. Walton and other the last inch of its lowest root to the oldest Wark FOR
member of the 11
( reach any one in authority at once the gentlement, as they friends in this city. the pinnacle of its growth above Canadian ,

I and have them discharged. But-it ,I usually do once a month at'the' homeo ground., An inquiry made at the department parliament, recalls an anecdote which if compounded at Hooton's. We will (;

:We i! was the recollection of the innumerable one of the members and the affair Cheapest as well)) as the best-Blue of agriculture shows that this Illustrates his remarkable Independ ""r ){
I f have a send our boy around, up, down
t 4 selected stock of sp choice cially I and uncalled for aggravations and promises to be the greatest success. Ribbon Vanilla. Absolutely pure. has ia fact been done and that as interesting enc@ At the age of 101 he was still across with them without extra cos' -
;n ,i discourtesies I have witnessed on the -+- Goes twice as far and gives dessertsthe results have been achieved holding the seatwhieh had ten his for Q:
goods for m
Lent. Some of and the cost will) be a fair one 10
[ part of the public toward them that PLEASANT "Blue Ribbon Flavor." I almost half a century During his last .
; them are: IOWANS regarding the value of the plant properas gin with. If you don't know us. our c.l'
has restrained from
me making complaint years hIs family had been
p \ of the food stock it worried JJpt'er
next day. HAVE GONE HOME.Mr. produces.The about his stock our methods, we bespeak
habit of
traveling alone In
SALT FISH i And, while the instances recited are and Mrs. I. E. Beeman of Wau- MEETINGS TO BEHELD with tbe experiments were carried on midwinter from his home In Frederickton acquaintance. "

1 : 3 ROE j extreme where men were the fiends kon, Ia., who have spent several days idea of finding out whetherthe N. B., to his post at Ottawa. They .

iit$ SALT MACKERAL; I tat fault so tar as.my personal observation most delightfully as the guests of AT MILTONEvangelist .common prickly pear cactus from urged him to let his dauguter accompany Hooton's Pharmacy, g.tc
goes, there are many and frequent Hon. T. F. McGourin and wife, left which the cheese is made could not be him. Senator Wark -

I ; SALT POM-PANO I instances in my own expert- yesterday_ for home going by way developed in such a way as to provide none of her. "A. man of would have" The Birthplace of Prompt DelUcry, tcC f

I one* when both men and women, with or ..aton Ronge: and New Orleans. fodder for dairy animals. The first obstacle my age. he PHONE 1100. ,
POTOMAC ROE HERRING. sno apparent motive but to see how 'Mr. and Mrs. Beeman staid, "has all he can do taking care of
enjoyed their to
R Heinrich overcome was to dispose of
., r !r. Kage:, himself without
i narrowly) they can miss obstruction.have visit so greatly and were so pleased having a woman to
KIP?ERED HERRING t editor of Southern Brr
the Messenger look
atter.-Boston
$ 21 rushed in front of rapidly ap- TranscriptThe
SMOKED SPRATS, pioaching cars, at places where the and his party of evangelist assistants SLEEP DESTROYER J Marine Grocery Co. t{

I j motorman undoubtedly had the right leave for Milton to-day,where they win The Old Fashioned Coffee. Town of Folk., ,

.j CANNED SALMON, of way. = open a series of 10 evangelistic) meetings She suffered from (A poet's thoughts concerning Missouri' 604, (fog, 608, 610 S. Palafox St. "
I And-I have seen thp motorman's fl sl I commencing Friday nervousness by I newest town which bears the
CANNED LOBSTER, I face blanch; and heard him utter the r 1 night :Mar. day and sleeplessness by night. the governor.] name of Phons 725.
9th at the K. Hall. p:
of P. "Up to three ,
year ago, writes a
4 CANNED SHRIMP, i most idiotic profanity in his nervous I "I There *%n't be any grafter In the coming V. J. VIDAL, Manager.THE T
[ excitement after these narrow escapes The party consists of Mr. R. E. Davis young woman was In the habit of town of Folk

CAOMARTY BLOATERS. Item awful tragedies. But-I have MEN'S LUNCHES the musical director; Mrs. Eugene drfnkfng} coffee freely and did not I',' Nor boodlera hereinafter that shall honest :\\
I realize that it was injuring health I men provoke;
I' my ,
never failed to sympathize with him Davis,
pianist Miss Annie
i and to mentally echo the sentiment Miss Delia Kegel, secretary Davis and till I was suddenly made the victim1 i There ling won't fellow be manOr any bribing of our weak HOME OF GOOD THINGS TO A

Send us your order by expresed by a witness of the first in Mr. James Watson, the advertisingagent of nervous headaches so violent that I I Sunday boo ,e Imbibing that Is anti- EAT -..
A 'great many of our best I was compelled to give household
cident referred to. lie was a big, up Puritan. .
phone r messenger and preceded the party a few days ,
It will 03 filled as I strong, wholesome looking chap who business men lunch here regu- and has advertised the coming activities and stay in bed much of the Just Received:
event
larly. They like the food and time. Then, insomnia There won't be
( promptly as If you were I said: thoroughly. came upon me any straying from the Halibut unks, Halibut Quick Lunch ,
on the spot yourself. [ "Every motorman should be mad a' the way we treat them. Mrs. Kegel will not be able to accompany and the wretchedness of sleepless Nor straight any sun and for narrow bayingwith way the 50 kiU, of fancy Mackerel. $125 per ]J;1
i legalized fool-killer and when a fellow There isn't a better place In her husband to this point nights was added to the agony of painful day by day; devil kit.

i.t l like that escapes being run over town to entertain a' customer. ana1: will remain at their training days."Ibis Tier won't be any foray by the gangster 50 kitr Salmon. $1.25 per kit. \
I II it, should be made the motorman's and many a good-sized! deal has school and home of rest on PerdidQ I lasted till a year ago when I debonair, &t 1)) kits halibut :flns, JL2 Per kit.
i solemn duty to follow and beat the been consummated over the coffee Day. was persuaded by a friend to give up f And there won't b* any story ripe for 50:>> kits of Cod Tongues and Souadi. PI

1(r life: out of him with his handle- chocolate or cream In our '}Ir. Kegel -who has undertaken ,a coffee entirely. and use Postum Food Lincoln Steffeo there ?1.5 per kIL

: lmr" handsome refreshment parlor. continuous trip through the state of Coffee, The result was, in less thana Utopia! Utopia! How oft gone up ia Bloaters, Milkers and Roes, Herring 81b

[ .,- Merchant's lunches: 12 to Florida, having labored ,in this community week I began to feel the change for smoke! Codfish. Pickled Salmon. Dill pickles
Sol Cahn & CO.The EXCELSIOR FLINCH CLUB 3:30 ''P.m., 35c. Coffee 5c. for the past 4 months has the better my nerves grew stronger What else were better hope o' you than German Sauer Krout. 8gi

COMPLIMENTED HOSTESS. Chocolate with cakes lOco Ice established a reputation as a most and I began to sleep a nUl'! Day by i i It that we name you Folk? Pigs F et In kits $t.O0. gitl
Cream lOc.Kandy always wa the name o' you that made Cakr.
successful evangelist. day the improvement continued and Manewil and Lange's Fruit
i
weather notwithstanding the inclement!I The musical talent of the party will in a short time I was restored to, And us handicapped all despair the fame o' from National Biscuit Co., Fruit Cake 23e :tlp,
Pure Food Stor. prevailing yesterday, the you
members of the ; be another special feature of theevent health. My headaches left me, the' getting anywhere. per pcund. C"
Excelsior Flinch rom
ot
handle the celebrated blends -
of Milton. nervousnes passed away entirely andI We
t S.uth, est Corner Pilafoi *..Intendenda Pebley plimented by their hosies- Mrs. (I'. C. Just ,as soon as the season opens enjoy gOOd. sound sleep every night Wll recreate the kernel of the thought Coffee roasted bv the Gulf City Coffe :\\'
appearing as promptly as This is what I ; you handed down. Co. H. P. Chipman. Manager.
Mr. Kegel and his party will open owe to Postum. andI
though the sun was shining. tl-eir work In tnt feel it but right to tell And by the great eternal we shall havea Oaxaca. 35c l 1U; Gold Standard, 25e
And they were well repaid for the Kitchen Cafe. a large at PenS! you' of it" model town! fear
Phones: ( 480if Interior of Mrs. Pebley's home was so cola.Mr. Name given by Postum Co. Battle, There won't be any mission for the bold Ib: Diamond. Blend, 23c lb; Golden
lb.Strictly
and Heinrich Kegel!; and his entire Creek M'cb.! r form T there. Rio :oc "
cozy known it lovely they would not have 104'S.Palafox. Phone 999 party have permanently located at There's a. reason. Read the little And life will be Elysian and the peopleon fresh roasted and] as goo'
\ .
...... hrtived was stormy the weah outside if they I IF- nsacoIa, and their publication is be-. book: The Road Wellville," in Clark: the square. as any Coffee! sold In this city. :Wa
r fcfeAdams In SU LouIs will de-
: tn.. rcitlarlv u-inte.I J In tMq It' p1u; PHt-JJa. Send us your orders and we
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.r p-i;: FOR TSALEIIEAP' FOR SALE '. SOME GOOD BARGAINS ,


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The Real Advantages $1400-7 lots on Park avenue fronting 12 room house all modern conven HOOTON & WATSON. "

south 1 block from car line. iences, In block with Baptist church -

51200 100 feet fronting north on Gonzalez genuine bargain. .. .. :. ..$3150 Successors to Thos. C. Watson 6 e....
, street, by 120 feet, closeto Desirable S .


. $1500-Modern Palafox.5 room cottage. East .,, 1201 for N.home Davis. .St. eo on..car...line splendid $20<10. Leading Real Estate, Rental and Insurance AgencyList

; Buying a Homerather Cervantes, gas, bath. etc. Two St S *
-
ry 8 room elegant 2 story home on East

Hill, large lot .$4500

LESLIE E. BROOKS Brick Building S SLot of Desirable Property for Sale.Two .

; 43x127 East Man! St., near She-

I than renting .are mane,.. It helps you to save 204 1-2 S. Palafox St. Phone 462. i nan prdperty, with new 5 room well story brick building centrally located just off of Palafox

, and urges you to save regularly. It gives you the value built close house and out houses. This is street.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...... .... .... .. .. .. .. ..$10.500.00
the
or property at the end of the term ---- --- Street between to the water and delightful
of Palafox Seven dwellings
uiri
, years re and a store and dwelling building with nearly halt
to pay for it eo that all rent stops forever after that and Jntendencia place. a block of ground; splendidly situated on a corner. A bargain
I Romana S S
REAL SLot
I time. It prompts you too. to take an interest in the home ESTATE 40x170 at.. .. .. ... .. .. .... ........ .. .. .. .... .. .. .. ..$6.300.0
and Improve and keep it healthful You will gain mon streets. with small house on conner One of the most desirable building lots on North Hill on a corner
ey by the operation as well as '30,000 acres wood lands 15 to 25 Zarra'gossa and Florida Blanc fronting south
comfort and self-respect near car line 100 by 150 feet. .. .. .. ..3700.00
fheres really no reason why jou should rent when you miles of Pensacola; cheap for cash MUST BE SOLD AT ONCE streets.. ...* $1100 Two story new dwelling on corner lot 60 by 125 feet on North

} can buy property on easy payments. and quick sale; a so city property for 4 11111. .. .. .... .. .. ......... .... .. ... .. .. ...$3,15000
sale' and rent. We want your real room cottage, E. LaRua splendid A desirable and comfortable
very six
.. For particulars apply to home for R. R. one story room dwelling with
estate to rent or sell on best terms *- .* $1050 all modern conveniences on the car line West Gregory. Street. lot

.. for good service. 4 80 ,by 14 t.. .. .. .. .. ........ .... .... .. .. .. ...$3.00000
room cottage* Fisherville* ...$1200 North half of block 67 New City Tract; 10 lots by 137 ft 6 inches eacha

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

Pensacola Investment Company bargain in a lot on W: line. .... .. .. .. .... ...... .... .... .. .. ...... .$2,00000
Romana. St. foot of
e
315/z! South Palafox Street. Agents New York Spring.S Six room story and half dwelling with two acres of ground In western .

B A. H. D'ALEMBCRTE Life Insurance Company. List suburbs..: .. .. .. .. ...... .... .... .. .. .. ....$1,200.00
City your with
Manager. property us for quick
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8 E. Government Street. sale. Two story dwelling on East DeLeon with enough vacant ground for

W. H. )KNOWLES, President R. B. SIMPSON, Secretary For Sale lj.: two small cottages. .. ............ .. ..... ..$850.00

,. j. E. STILLMAN, V,Prej. and Cen. Manager. KNOWLES ...Phone 7CO. Pensacola Fla. Money loan\ Those having property, desiring to sell same"'would find It to the r
flYER Treasurer. t in large Or small
-- -- -------- -- -- amounts. advantage to place same in our hands as we have disposed of about
Kael Estate, loans, General Investments. FOR SALE-A. R Bingham has a $300,000 worth in the last 60 days. If you have funds to loan

good team of mules for sale. SM 1 consult us. If you desire in agent to collect!] your rents; or want

I 215 South Palafox Street, Pensacola. Florida. them on his new float feb2? Some fire Insurance; or if you want to buy a piece of property and Jon't
L S. BROWN & CO. know who owns same. 'consult us.

FOR SALE-For a few dan only 2
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Building.
lots opposite the llaerman ras'- _
MOYER'S GROCERY STORE AND MEAT MARKET. dence New City $62500 Fine location -

Corner Government and Alcaniz Streets. Phone 718. for a bore*. Apply B F. Wolfe, Good Investments HOOTON & WATSON
i ,
) l\I ,t f'rn and Native :Meats of the finest quality. Everything ,that is Citizen's Bank. ISfeblmSALo D. ,HALE WILSON 6 CO.

k"t,); 14 nrbt-class market.xiunds b-it- !-Ueauuful &block la New PHONE 54. 34 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
r ; t
Graulajed Sugar. $iO. 20 pounds of Nice Clean Rice City. Tract No. 312. For cash 160&(. REAL ESTATE

$1 .iT,: > Hone '. Give me a call. I will show and Homes.
) )
you how to save money.. RENTS AND LOANSWe _ _
.A.
McD. MOYER. Phone718. ,
FOR SALE-'lce. clean old newspapers .
,
-- --- at'live cents a bundl Thin office FOR SALE-
have Timber
HELP WANTED the following special bar-
Wanted Lands
1----- .-. gains in very desirable real estate fora
few
days only.
.
AUTO tOmLES.-I: am agent for the
\\\\1EI!>-.V farm hand. Apply to :
I will .tune and repair ;jour piano and: Pope Mfg. Co.and can sell :you autos SPECIAL BARGAINS.
i; I. I. Mills. Quintette Fla. : 144 by 192 feet deep on East Garden .
1 organ as cheap as any one; guarantee -: from $50000 up. Thev cost less than
:H: best and neatest work. Promot horses tokeep up: They can be run- I street 14400. 2 lots in block 170, New City, 80x137 For Sale

;- attention and satisfaction. Phone 802: in sand or anywhere a horse can go feet, on car line .. .. .. .. .. $400.00 We are offering all or any portionof
'TE--\ man to run a steam I 2 rings. J. Conrad Scott. gmarlm: Leslie E. Brooks: Near Palafox-a splendid business 3 lots corner 16th ave. and Gads the following described propertyfor

-,. ',d.I Apply Southern ricK Yard I site. den street .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1000.00 sale (easy. terms) for the next _
:, :,'. Kla. Smarlw FORSALE-OUG 25-11 P. boiler and 5 lots fronting Toledo square in New

I WANTED-We 1907 Art Calendars.want jour orders for engine; portable boiler on wheels:;; 5 room cottage and reception hall City.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1000.00 thirty days: We have them. Several splendid,

W\\TED-Dright: colored boy about ginal, designs to select Over from.300 orl-' engine or boiler!' in running order back(and front 'gallery closets.house One 5-room house. with bath and No. 406, No. 408, 2 houses West large and small turpentine locations

I 11 I 'o make himself generally usefuL prices. Majes Printing Co All I Also 2 log.carts ,comp'ete ready for new and in good condition. large lot, sewer connection gas In every room; Jackson St. $1200, rents for $11. Saw Mills and Saw mill loe tlon..

\anflmann, corner Romana and Pala- la- Pensaco- service. For terms apply to Jas. Mc- on North 8th avenue, between llth nice neighborhood If taken at Some excellent bargains In large

i '\ Smar 16feb- Voy & Co.. Cantbnem.Jnt. Fla.. and 12th street. a 'bargain at ,$1200 -nce, .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$1.450.00 No. 501, No. 503 2 houses, North A. and small traits of round and boxed

WANTED'.-The public to know that 23feblra. 6 houses in block 17, West King St. $1000. rents for $10. timber lands. .

. \L\XTED-Drhht; boy (white) 14 to old newspapers can be bought at FOR, SAL-700 feet, second- hand 1% Corner 8th avenue and 12th street Tract renting $30.00 per month. Will No. 322, No. 324. 2 ihouses East Large tracts of Mississippi Delta .

i I', \
:.\ I work Chance for promotion. Ad are all clean and nice: lengths Adatess 'P. 0. Bog front ga'lery!] gas and city water All) of these propositions are bar- I Splendid list of valuable propertyand
Al Cityfeb24
No. 503 No. 505. 2 houses corner
o 4 -_ applicator: in own handwriting house new a large; lot $1700. gains aud will be held open for a few fine location for a Colony or Stock
0
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WA..TED.-Ele.ctrle I t:a)'s only Chase St. and 10th avenue. J1200, Farm it South East Georgia.
"C' Journal office. 7mar. ; work of'' eh kind.! :
: FOR SALE My 416 Excellent warehouse location: en rents for 1250. Some of the choicest
Let us clean ycur fans realfour; property, E Brained Building lots on \est side' of N.Reus: residence

\\A\TED-Man cook. Apply 227 E. dynamo. << 570. Peii :acola Electric! Co. xloO feet; a ,two story dwell!ng ,containing Good 8 per cent mortgages on'hand DeFuuiak Springs Fla.: and In Milton
St mchl-1w for
liu ndencia 213: S. $450. 650. rents $7.50.
I
,1 _: ._ _.:__:____________ Ba\Icn .- 6 rooms, ,..hall ways,..bath.room Best kind of investments Fla.Our

u'ANTED-First class lail') stenograihi closets and pantry. On car" line; ,will I 54'13 ft. on WestrRomana? street at Property In all pans of city vacant No. 324. 1 house East Intendencia, prices and terms. are reason

: Address in own handwritingh SECOND HAND CLOTHING WANTED sell entire- property for' $3000.03. E. the foot of Spring St.. improvementson or Improved. wanted and for sale. $650. rents for $6. able.

:' references, Offile Work Care -Hislust price paid for gent's L. Reese.. 22febJUST property, renUn;top $13 per month 30 S. Palafox St. No. 312. 1 house and store East Gar.II Cal on or write to us.
,"'lIrna!. 4mch. clothing only. Also 8-il Phone 234. rents for $9.
second; hand, I 'RECEIVED---Large; snipnient of t $4000. ,/- den $800.

t FI.EOR\PIIY TAUGHT-Thorough- goods. No. 9 E. Intendencia.: imported Olive .O H.I .Retail by pint i house. North Alcaniz street $750.

gallon or larger quantity. G., Morasso"; 40 ft. by 170 fCdeep on East Ro rents for $6. TURNER&AYMARDReal
1 1' by operator of 18,'ears : MiscellaneousFine -
WANTED-All kinds of electrical I man St., next to Bass & Co., a good -
'
; Co,, shlp chandlers ,an ., 701]I ,
< ": a Only school in exper-I work I sell all kinds of electrical I Palafoi. grocers investment, $4400. 1 house, corner B. and Belmont St.,

; itixht. 23: }oi.n;? men and batteries anjother -electrical supplies I& 4oct. a :,W't stationary wedding invitations, $750 rents for $6. Estate and *

\anttd bua; to learn Telegraphy tonil When you need me ring 345 or 955;) : ( R SALU-Large horses and 'mules t. 5 lots on the 'southeast corner of visiting cards tally cards etc, Celia We have the exclusive agency for
\\ ha\e Abstract
t)mnanship\ jiosiiHinse: and spelling free.Typewriting Write I I R W. Peake, neW: Star Laundry build for turpentine operators and log men Spring and Lee streets; a splendid: \f. Robinson' representing The Chas.H. the sale of this property. If you want Company,

.. ing. E. Garden. o15de We guarantee satisfaction- Address ;building;site $2500. Elliott of and
1 < low rd\\ -S. londa Telegraph Company, Philadelphia. to buy come see us. P. 0. Box I 115 DeFunlak Springs, Florid -
Waterman & Co. G. G.
Cobb
manager Smarlm.
tnhool, 46 W Bay, Jacksonville Fla.marlli..
WA..TED.-Real Estate for sale or ,
I ChipleFla. 23feblir.' Block 107 East King Tract. Belmont -

, rent ]leaa or exchange. Your business Number'ng on' North Palafox, street: I'p live in Pensacola corner 11th LOST

respectfully solicited. J. A. Wil FOR SALE-Barred Plymouth Rock] between Bajlen and: Palafox thirty; street and 15th in New
avenue City
son. Real Estate Agt:it, 22 W. Government cockere'3! ready for yard $1.50 to Iotsi few days onlyrat'$5000. -
and
will take of Piano
care :jour by
WANTED street Room 7, Salisbury $3; 13;; eggs $150; thirty $2.50. Mrs LOST-Leather pocketbook containing
the at low figure. Refelt
a
year I
building. Phone'172. 23jan Uzzie B. Hughes. Chipley. f la. 506 East Jackson"atreet, two story; tune clean out etc. Phone 802 2 notes payable to Rev. ..-'\'. Me-

J-OS1TION \NTED-By an old -- l4feblin room and hall house, bath, gas. a delightful rings. J. Conrad Scott. Smarlm Kee, also Odd Fellows' receipt Reward -
man. a gentleman's place to take : and good nefghfborhood, lot 9: Chipley Hyer for return to B. 'S Williams
I are of and keep In order. Sober and For SaleFOR FOR SALE-New piano cheap; Ad ft. by 150 $3500. & Thiesen .bull-ding. Smarlw

idustmiua. Address A. IB: C.. this I dress "Pianocare Journal. feb24 Eggs for HatchingFrom '

"See. gmarlw* : 715 N. Baylen street 8 room two' LOST White and liver-colored point-
\LE---.tO farm 10 In FOR SALE.-Improved
acre acres and
unimproved story residence lot 70x125 ft. every, my prize pens of S. C. Rhode 12 E Government St.Miscellaneous er dog about two years old. tail
pecans; 2miles south Chipley on B property In all parts of
L
M \NTED-E\erjone to know that the'city. modern convenience, an ideal home Isalnd Reds and 8. C. Brown Leghorns white tail and answers to name; of
: C. & St. A. R R, also 120 acre*. 20 J. A. WiUon & Co., Real Estate Agents, i "Pat. Lost
The Great New Fox Visible Type $5000. finest pens in the south $1 to from residence' 'of Dr.
"\ rner has been received by F. it. acres improved. 2% miles from town. Room. ,7. Salisbury buIldIng. Phone $1.50 per setting of 13; or $6 per 100; Pierpont Tuesday night. Return to

)Iti-ilee and is now on display No. 28 Address Smarlm J. B. Hogeboom. Ajcock Fla. 172. 23Jaa Two lots on Cervantes street. between also-agent for the famous Banta Incubators I 18 West LaRua street and receive reward

) ;asi
4 in'dully invited to call and inspect and six fine dmn? chairs cheap. 125 a nice building.. site, abargai a card and I will call:- E. L. McFadden CUT FLOWERS-Orders promptly '
IIUI FOR SALE-Registered: Berkshire and Address P. O Box 395. 25fen $1300. Prop., Myrtle Grove Poultry Farm, RF filled for roses, carnations flowers: LOST-A bunch of keys In or near -

Yorkshire Pigs; pedigrees' furnished,
VNTHD-Ctontributions for the Orphans also fullblood game ch ckens and eggs FOR SALE.-10 room house corner Fve: lots on the southeast corner 7marlm Smith. 616 N. Barcelona Phone 651. V. Hoist & Co., Baylen street wharf

Home. :Money, clothes, eata all at reasonable prices. Dr. J. S. lot 3 blocks from Palafox lot 96:a Spring and Lee streets $2500. or Danhei ger's saloon. Smar

i.,s. etc. roteued Notify Mrs. Wm i McGeachej, Chipley Fla.: Smarlm. 192 on oar line. For particulars inquire MATTRESSES RENOVATED New TAILORING L. Diamond Tailor. LOST Near postoflice. bunch of
':_'11'1'. piCMdeut. or Mrs. X McK.! of Standard Clothing Co. 29jan; Three lots on Strong street, between tick furnished if desired. All donein Gents' clothing cleaned pressed and keyscontainIng
(1'inn I '.:, :smtaiy 4mar' I FOR SLIOR RENT-House containing 10th and llth avenues. This good order on short notice. Leave repaired on short notice. No. 11% I one postoffice key and
four rooms and hall on Jordan FOR SALE 2 horses; 2 bug 'es 2 various other keys. Return for re-
I ; property is very cheap at $6 O. orders at Green & Watson. Phone West Government St., Pensacola, Fix
'\ \N street near Palafor Rent $8.00> wagons and harness, 31=0,surrej. A 193. 7mar Idec. ward. W. U Morgan &. Bro 2marlw*
FED) The public to know that: month. Address T. Newell. It. F D t." bargain Apply to Mrs. F. B Had
I' can do all kinds of repairing I' cliffe. 809 N. Alcaniz St. : Oloney at the lowest market rates H. sallmaker, 716 South LOST-A petition containing numberof
'* 4mchlw J. PORTER
1'" ,' l'uding)) horse shoeing etc. J. No. 1, City. Tmarlw..: :: .on improved or vacant city property. MRS II. S. CHUNK will receive pupils Palafox street. Orders taken for: signatures of value to no one but

W-bh l Carriage Co. 27feb FRESH GARDEN SEEDS-All kindsof in shorthand at her residence owner. Reward for return to Journal
stools and house
FRESH YARD: EGGS-Received daily: strictly fresh farm and game: 321 N. Barcelona St., Terms $;).00 a tents, awnings camp office. 9feb
11IIKJ.nS.< l get Kauffman's and guaranteed 23: cents cots etc. Prices reasonable. Sljan.
prices every egg ; seeds at reasonable prices. Also month in advance. 4mchlmo1O .
f. :'
::1'' i'!11':tt 'st m city. Mail orders re- and Lloyd $tre. ts. Phone 620. I Chippy.! Fla. 25feblra* AND U. S.RETURN-The LIFE SAVING launch STATION Le- ing & Co. wholesale and retail ship Professional

\"- prompt attention. Romana and mar3w* j chandlers grocers only first-class Directory
Clair leaves Palafox street wharf 9
iafoxSts._ : 20feb. I I EGGS for hatching from carefully a. fair to
THE FISHER bouse of kind: in city. prices alt
FOR SALE-Fine Jot of juniper posts manted hens. Strictly thoroughbred Ill. dallj. Fare roun;' trip 25 cents.
: : PEBLEY
'L1. D-To loan money; on your and cjpress shlng'es! (*4 inch butts) I fowls. and I guarantee a good hatch. Specal: rates to parties.: Pavilion THOS. _

,P 'i-xjnai 1 property and household and other building material Joel 1 Stock for sale at reasonable prices. phone 6ui>. C. H. Burton, Manager. LAW REAL. ESTATE. LOANS AND

,''IJd3. Mobile Loan Co.. corner Jeff Frater, Bajlen< Street Wharf. Cmarliv Barred Plymouth!' Rocks White Pli- mch4.1m* FOR RENTFOR COLLECTIONS-

.',:-""a and Zarragossa Sts. : I mouth Rocks and S. C. Brown Leg REAL ESTATE AGENCY PALAFOX AND ROMANA.
'" 111m- i.oit SAI..E-o'r' trade for city property MATTRESSES.-Wholesale anJ re
$1.00 PHONE 553.
horns setting of 15
t a hfghly Improved orchard of ; per eggs or tail manufacturers and dealers in SALE OR RENT-GO acre farm;;:
) $5.00 a hundred for Incubator
UURTIIOIJSE,met DYEING Pressing I peaches, oranges and nuts, just coming I. have 500 half gallon 'eggs. I cotton, moss and E. & C. mattresses 5 miles from city on Brent road; 7 -
riomng Club. 118 N. Palafox into bearing. Excellent soil, suitable cans fancy Florida Phone 87. and bsa' springs Second hand furnIture room house all fenced, in; 5 fields; 2'
*> Mrs T, J. Davis Prop. Your pat- Good Syrup. Will deliver at 50c per gallon mail box YATES f M D
'"::,I K* solicited I for trucking. market. Fine Addrcrs Plymouth Rock bought and sold. Upholstering story barn, good water, on T G.
; satisfaction guaran- ; Investment. Address, Orchard, Journal Poultry and repairing ,done. Old mattresses: the land. Address "Farm" care Jour ,,
.j* Farm. J. J. Pope
tareful attention given ladies'monls : office. 4mchlw* Prop., Bristol renovated; new ticks furnished if di<> nal. 7marlw
OPTICIAN
Phone 1222. gfebv Fla. 24feblm.f 206 South Palafox Street. sired. 114 E Belmont St. city,

\ \N FED.-Hauling Udtransfer FOR-SALE--80 acres good 'land three FOR SALE-3 acres Ian i on TownPo Phone 771. DavIs Mfg. Co.. C. T. Da :FOR RENT.-Cottage on Bay Shore 3OB THIESDV BUILBICN -
miles south of Chipley. Twenty:
work Office phone 363: residence : nt. opposlt citnear marine vis Mgr. electric car line; furnished $35, unfurnished I -
in cultivat'on! and pure sp-in ways. _ _
P '1. ,3:10.: Acosta & White. 2228 N. acres ; $300 cash; deep water frontage. $25 from May Jet or earlie-
water. Will sell, l for cash or ,on t lint. Address services ,
NOflCJ-Ioffer my as survejor
*rrt oaa St. to Loan. & Co. CmarFOR
25mar"A'TED.The ,' Land care Journal. 10r b Money ; if desIred. L. S. Brown : HICKS
Apply A. Hogeboom Chipley Fla. loeat'ng homesteads for Lhe I
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Mercnants Transfer 2Sfeb. people of western counties of Florida. RENT.-Elogant 2-story 8-room CAPUDINE
FOR SALE-A patent
: right for
CQ.'ants your moving and hauling,' ida. Good seller. Flo"-I MONEY_ TO \N-Everybody barrows Address W. J. Stephens Sr., Lock. : cottae at 318 West Belmont St Apply '4 nt5 IMHCOIATU.V" CVKC.9
A!; FOR SALE.One choice block on top There is Jno.
Inon from A.
y Hall
breakage &
money I
guaranteed.
T. B. Star
Tnor.' hart, Ala. ICfeblm. Walker Ingraham at Lana
!ell, Prop.__Phone 978. ISJunelai.xs of the ridge east of the electricrailway in this. Address Patent Journal: Co., 16 E. Government street; When to 25jan I \ HEADACHESmstsupCOLDS

\'. !between 7th and 8th streets offie. 4mcblw.* In need call on us. 9Ceb1mMOS"EY r C. ROPKE has just opened a butchershop dry. .
xs
i -TO buy old gold and sil- Nautre" has'favored this section and 1 It and grocery store corner Da FOR RENT.-Elegant two story 'stora .
IN O TO It"OI \"'*
"" broken up stuff regardless of cannot be duplicated, A. V Clubbs_ Board and LOANED on all kinds of personal vis and Brainard Sts. Your patron room in new Star Laundry building
Rooms. tWk.thloc.AzDrigAe( \
: Cash paid. Ligatman & KleIn ; ; property on short notice. age solic'ted! Satisfaction gua'an. B. Garden street Apply Walker In-::1 I
1 I': Wright. Phone 1127. FOR SALE.-Only 4 younj, Boar pig NICELY FURNISHED front Terms easy. J. B. Gray &; Co., 2 W. teed Phone 515. Imarlm'' graham Star Laundry. %%dec.
sired by Duke! of Florida ,68923 out room 1165. '
Romana. Phone ifeb -
\\ 1'lm'T I = lease: or buy Vfive or of Orphan Lee. of Baltimore. SS5UAll witb! or without toard. 401 W. Chase WATTS AND COLES-Contractors BIND':HAM has storage roo--r;for

-;v r...,m cottage, or will entertain, I guaranteed with registrations and 6mar2w iYWLo.\N.-6 real estate or and builders. Estimates on all kIn A.Vent B. suitable for furniture: or other Safes! Safes! Safes!

1"1)(10; It i!tun from who Garl.Seaer d. Chipley, other sufficient security by applt. of building and repair work. Satis
party WANTED
.ulI. \\'im' ? to build me suitable cot Fla. 26nov. I New boarders at 212 W. tug to Thos. Pebley cor. Palafox and faction guranteed. Phone 1208, office' gOOds Phone, &30 SOnov Buy'Diebold, Safes!
-w" 'l'r sm';',> jidH CURTAINS-Better than borhood and on car line. iCteb jig. I !
and location not too far out On repaired and repainted.1 Scarritt Moreno -
LEND
I'.. .' out MONEY 1O good real estate S
III Half the price keeps ,
awnings. ; FURNISHED
taswer this ad unless: you can NICE ROOMS for ren I.I security or on good collateral)) Floats built to order. Horse shoeing
J\ lull the sun. lets in the air. Six s'zesOrders : Newly furnIshed. clean I STEAMBOATSCHEDUiEL
particulars anJ
In first letter as nice at lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks a specialty. J. G. Welsh Carriage
Agent
] booked for 'April 1 deliverj' -
I".t ion, price, terms name of t feeing near poatoffice. Apply at 1284 K Fisher building. 21Jan! Co., 27feb;
!'** "', "''c. Address 'Good Tenant" Postal Box 483, or pbone'4Sr.; Government street Mrs. B. M. Trainer: I -_ Rtf ers, master. Passengers and

i-1 Journal. 2marlw* brings samples. 3marlw' 7janlm I MONEY' LOANED oa all kinds of perbonal HACK No 12::'Always ready with good I Freight service between Pensacola -=

I II property on short notice. reliable! driver. C. IL Taylor pro and Freeport. Fla. At Baylen street: ; Crew Notice.

W.\ CD-TO loan on' : FOR SVLE.-Nice, clean newspapers I Old newspapers at five cents a bundle I Terms easy. J. V* ""!"*. mafalr28Vi pretorPhone! 1236. Hackman's Ex wharf Wednesdays. Tourists and I Neither the captaln,.own-

watrVii:: : jewelry and money personal your ere for sale. Only Sc a bundle. The : at this office. They "ars all clean South Palafc < change'' Phonq: USOfeblm._ others deslr:ng to see places of Intereston ers nor consignees of the
'eS-, and are and nice. ;iir Choctawhatcfcie' Bay and SantaRosa a Aust ship Orpheus will be
Hi shest cash price for old gold I make: good wrapping paper i VIAVI-The ratrons of the "VlavlTreatment" I :\
and under matting i should, make this tr'p.! I responsible for debts contracted .
M thing to put Sound
:tr Lightman & Klein 106 E Just the BAY are cord ay)) invited to
and
fTIL.-Open night day. -i t
: UNLIMITED amo .n
: ', for parties of ten by the crew of saifl vessel.
rates 0'
Hi811 Phone 1127. TYPEWRITERS makes, new and European! plan. Rooms lIght and on all kinds of -rJ.1<. '. r", ,. call at hotel Southern. Mondays andFrioiys I Special rates or other Information. 'I Nedanich.

M ANTED.-\. R. Bingbam wants; second hand, for. sale and rent I clean. Transient trade solicited_ Special rates to b : ; ',- :a'Ie from 2 to 0: p. m." -where they more. For on board or address P. 0 I.- :Master CaptalLCona
apply
MM. H.
om' E. Government : 515- 79 S. Falafoz. J S. Nlco1&u.i I -. : moving and Phone3S0. T. B.Bruce, 2S is. leans. The New ic "9-- % !
hauling.: lie guartce5 027. llfeblm* Box 692, Pensacola Fla. ee.. ,
i Phofce
all bre kae. Phone 630. ..mar Pr ,p. I South Palafox. P. Booth. : -



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PACE EIGHT THE PENSACOLA: JOURNAL_ THURSDAY MORNING! MARCH. 8, 1908There's _ _

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FIELD DAY FOR InUl L ESTATE E. Reese L. REESE'J.-6 Mendel. ,' I' ;McMillan Bros. Co. SAFETY- -



Can you put off the question of safety of the comfort of the wife and

Tailors babies::-the provision against your possible death? There is no better .
The Home ,
In the word to do this than by carrying Life
way Insurance, I I'C
It
CITY PUBLICSCHOOLS TRANFER$ S is not only a protect! 'n to them but is a resource in case of necessity

Builders for you. Insure today in the best of all-the

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k ) : ,Following is, a' list of :the. Jefdl recorded I MOBILE, ALABAMA.MARKETS. EQUITABLE !

-ys'eiday fepone j .* by' The -- ----- ----- -- -

Pensac:>Abstract Co; I I oI' Insurance, Knowles Bros Gen'l AO'tsI

I Mattie E. Began acrd Leslie'E. Bo-II I I ir Life. P nsaco aI.
r I, gan to Pensacola Gas Co.. lot 6 and S.I I
I
Meeting Held Yesterday Afternoon 20 fL of lot 7 and S. 50 ft._of lots- 11. -L Men'sFine '. I i
112. 13 and 14. block 139 East King I Naval Stores.
t Tract East of Tarragona street $750,II Savannah, Ga., Mar 7.The naval 1 I.
.
t'i and it Was Decided to Have j,I Edward J. Elliott to John E. Galfaghan -I stores market closed tolay: as: follows: ........................................ .........
J, ; lot "0" corner of Alcaniz and\ WW .6 20, i

Event in April. : Zarrangossa streets.$1 and other con\ I \VG.:.. ...6 10 j,I WoEISuPPly
Iron
siderations. N ... 590 Co. j
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I II M.. .5 45
Lillie! L. Led'ietter to D. Hale Wilson i II ,'
a hundred per cent. I At a meeting jesterday afternoon Ii I lot 4. bock! 132 New City. Tract, I K.' ; ...... .5 20I j!: Manufacturers and Repairers of MACHINERY AND BOILERS. *
of satisfaction in every garment of the Athletic Association of School! fSOO. I! Clothes. I .....* .... '.1 ..* 55 !I FORGINGS MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP :

: jou buy here. It has distinc- No. 1, it was definitely decided to have I M. I. Wilkinson to Mrs. Leslie :Mur I ;H.. < 25 I : REPAIRS A SPECIALTY.Prompt attention given to all orders! *
i 1 at some time in April what will be, G.' 410to415 f J!.. day or night. Agents for James McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log ansi 1
in
tivencss style and workman. '. S of :
pb) % lot 20. Sec. 14, T. 1. N. 11.
::' : known as the Annual F'eld: Pay of the 31 W. 16 New and up-t -date 1'ne of Spring F.' ,4 10 : Timber Dogs also chains of all descriptons.! Office phone 123. Residence 4
p ship.Ien who want to wear City Public School?. acres 5273. j and Summer Suit'njs and Trouser- .. .. ..410 I phone 1029. P. O. Box 123. PHIL WITTMAN Mgr. *
the best will take note of this On this day will be held athletic) Lee Daniell to J. \V. Hyer lo't 1 and I' .ings. I'E., ..4 10 ..........................,4.e441l4...........,4
I ,
i and see; our garments before |; contests in high jumping; broad jump 1 E 150.% of lot 2. block 85. East King.Trt.,': Suits from $17. O to $30.00.;; C .'.v;.. 4 10 .

:. parting with their dollars. Some ing. pole ,vaulting putting the shol" Trousers from $300 to $15.00 urts! Tuipcnfne 63'/ cents. -

4 fine Sui.s: $12.50; and $15.00. ( throwing the hammer and runn"n's.I, J. B. Stanley to Guslar.Axelson, 30) Join our Gentlemen's Suit Club. .........e.+.44.44 .... +. +...
The boys of School No. 1. of School acres of land in NE corner of Sec 44. Coats only $1.50'per month for pressing AUSLEY & CO/S REPORTS.
1 Fine Shirts at 75; cents and up : T. 1 S. R. :30: W.. $1 and other consid and -
small repairs. Cotton Market.
i f No. 2 and the larger: boys of the primary Liverpool: '
to $250.The schools! will take part in the con j erations. Dicing and Cleanin of men's and I Close ,
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tes>ts. There will be two s'eparateicontests : j \\'. B. Godwin to Blanch Carpenter, women's Clothes a st>ccfatt}. Jan.-Feb. AUSLEY 6 COMPANY

'I -one for sf'nlors-that is, tor{, commencing at S. E. corner of NW1 l p I Give us a tr'al.! We will appreciate' Feb.4fsr...5.73 ,
Lays weighing than 100 pounds,'' of NW%. Sec. 2 T. 5 N R. 32 W. am jour. business. I Msr.-Aprtl..S 78
for more less runningV.. 110 yds.;, thence N 22jtls ) REESE-MENOEL Apnl-1h.1',.................................SPO i
and one juniors weighing TAILORING CO.
I'I'I y.o3l111..._,.,. :! COMMISSION BROKERS j
I than [ thence E. 110 -"ds., and thence ,
John White Store I 100 i ounds. I It -S. 220 yds to ) e Phone 675. 11 N. Palafox St. I Jnne-Jmlr; .' .....11.84i ,
;t The contest for senIors will consist i! point of beginning.acres. ---- -- i July-Angus: t.64
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E".tlalldIf",,'. Wear 'of practically the same events as were $50.Thos. August-September..................5.83.1 11 WEST INTENDENCIA STREET PENSACOLA FLA. |
j engaged in last year in the meet between Abrams to B. Carpente. Morris ; September-October ........6.'ftOctoberNovember ,
2OS-2O7 S. Patatox Street. Dannheisser .
: I I the Public High School and the, commencing SE corner of bW i of .561NovemberDecember
Phone 225.CHAS.BLUM&CO. Classical School. -Boys winning one I NV/4, of Sec. 2 T. 5 N. R .32 W.. 44'I ...5,60 i
F N and.
Private Y.
(Formerly Wires N. 0.
of Dannheisser Bros. : Chicago.
point in this contest will be given by 110 )jards. 10 acres $100. Pure Old ) -mber-Jalluary, ...... I I Ii
Rye and Bourbon. Fine Li,Prioo18pot8.5115.New'YorkCotton.
"_1"--- i i a bronze mdal or button; those win' A. R. anford toJ. W. Hyer, Nl% Wines. Beer 'ana Tobacco. '
I ning the points will be given a silver lot 325. block 22. $1000 and other con : Market.
medal or button: and the one winning siderations. Old Hickory Whiskey Specialty % Opra High Low Close i COnONSTOCKSGRAINPROVISIONSandBONDSj i
the greatest number of po'nts Pensacola March..............10.64 10.W 1058 KM
Investment Co. to J. WHjer. .
will be givon medal. 12 W. Zarragotsa Street. May.1085 1087 10.75 10 T
a gold It will .
I Ibe the aim of the boys to break the % undivided interest in lots 6 PENSCAOLA. July... 10.08 10W 10.81 10.8_ i Bought and Sold on Margin or for Investment. *
to FLORIDA.SHIPPING
11. inclusive. block 42 West I ....
< records made in the meet last jear. King October. .M.38 1039: 10.30 1011December..10.30 ".
Tract $1
The boys making the best records in and other considerations.- New 10.39 10.84 1034: i Reference: First National and Peoples' Banks. Phone 1173 t
L. York ,
this contest wil! be chosen to repre- Boley to :M.: Tabarris. 10 acre Spots 11 25 C

sent the Hrh School in the track of land In Sec. 44, T. 1 S. R. 30 W;, Wheat. ................e......... .................. 1:
meet which will In all probability' l beheld $150. NEWS Open High Low CloMJuiyTTIT
at the State C. H. Bliss io Florida Ala'barn Jl.yt.1!! 4 ;; IF
PPA1Df I University in Maj. and .
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The Land Co., .....:?}; :,>! 'rvi ''ih
the junior contest will consist of water mark beginning at stake at high I ..................................... ..................
same events as those for the seniors on Bayou Chico. 285 ft. .
East of W. Line of Maxent Cleared. Corn. ', + 2'I
except perhaps:: the pole vault. Tract thence '
putting the shot and throwing the northeasterly 74-ft. to a stake thenc Farnsum. Dutch ss, Scheltema 15'7. Open High Low Close i 4 1t 2'a
When the Fires 2'V
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hammer. The juniors of School No.. N. 1 degree E. 146 ft., thence E. 1 de- Leghorn with 360,000 s ft. sawn 1la1'.....,.....W1 <3J. 18.I 43 Right
1 will fonn a team to contest with 'gree N. 100 ft..' thence in a southerly timber;' for Spezia. with 548,000 s It I Jal1'_.........sJ8 4JZ1: 43% 43"I 2'a'
sawn timber. 94,000 s ft lumber. 909 --- A
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direction : )
School to NW
No. 2 and the primary corner of a lot own 4
scaools for possession of ed by R. J. Brent & Co. thence 100 c ft hewn timber; for Genoa with .New. York. Stock Market
; 608,000 sft sawn timber 106,000 s ft i The Dinner is Prompt I
a ft. in a southwesterly Open do..
championship banner
I will which:i Bayou Chico direction to :lumber, 8315;) c ft hewn timber. Southern Pacific.....;....._ 66 :
be and
f awarded the winning thence NW 75 ft. .....' :
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$ $ 1 Copper ... logi:
4
DrLIVfRD fOr? team. The medals will not be given I to point of beginning. $500 and other VESSELS ;IK fCRT. .L&R-......._'.............. 13S5: t 104 3S a'I a'S
'to the juniOrs the object being in I considerations.P. Steamships.Ahioth ''Ateh......................:.. 89J8 00% : : tq
I their case the winning of the banner., K. Yonge to V. E. Gonzalez lots ..A.R........................... 13.1 1887 t The cooking delicious and eve "body +
The junior. in School No. 1 have already -': 14 and 15. block 15. Belmont Tract, I Dutch .as. .Mulda. 1298. Rotterdam B-RT./. 80 1.", is satisfied. Fires always ready if you :
met and elected Elliott Barrow I $anj other considerations. to order. V B.AO HO, 1(11 ues a Gas Range. Range $13.00. Con 4 IIr IIt.

.1 as their captain. They will begin at D. W. Oglesby to Will Dick lot 6. E. 0. Saltmars ,i- .Br ss. Rogers. 1101&.......................... '2 4 ,. i nections free. 4 4 .
I once. The boys in Eehoolro.. 2. under block 9 of town of Bluff Springs:$200. 2319 Liverpool to Gulf' Transit Co.. 0.1'.I .. eOP. el 4 t.t
the inspiration of their principal Mr I J. W. Hjer to J.V. Sindorf. N% Farms um, Dutch3 ss, Scheltema 8._. JOtf ij, 4 t.r
t _517 AND 519 WEST BAY ST. 1 I Hamrick who is a strong believer in i lot 325, block 22, fronting on Florida 1597 West Hantlepool 'W. LC: Wit- U.S., preferred.............. 105! l ff" .4
JACKSONVILLE FLA.A tlch.lolanthe.: B--&. .
; street 44 .T. 29 28
a.iletics are showing considerable I $1 (00.) ft. S inches by 160 ft. deep, ..Br ss, Hodgson.. 1943, St. L.& N..................,...... iiahead. 114'. 4 4 I'C
I activity and will meet on Friday afternoon > Vincent to' Gulf Transit'Co. ........................ .." if Pensacola Gas Company 4
I to organize their team. Kirkswood,' Br se, Larson %2095 Lonaon. to.: .......................... 165* to 187 lA 4 C)
GOOD CARRIAGE. Those who are interested in the La Grippe and Pneumonia. i D.G...,............_.......... 44 -4 +4o
athletic sport of the boys of the city Pneumonia often follows la, grippe I Pleamoor, ss Prest t 2803 Oaa.PM...................... 1:0:'.. 37o% Phone'148. 24 arid'27'E. Garden. Street. +
Mobileto .
When you want a ,-good: carriage I and who desire to help defray the but never follows the us$' of Foley's N.T.O ;.;.;...... :.......... 10 U4 .
,ftI9 prompt service' and safe anJ careful I'.necessary expenses of this Field Day Honey and Tar. It cures la grippe Secunda.master. Br, BSV Donnelson,. 1309, P.O ...........;............... 97 98 :......... ................... ..... ..................: IJ
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may send contributions coughs and prevents R.D.O. .. .......... 129'. 12
treatment remember the original Yonge. treasurer of to Chandler consumption. Ask for pneumonia and Tenereiffe to The W."S. Keyser Co.Tugela SIP ............. ............. 111J.: 178. '-.. --.
:Ij HACKMAN'S EXCHANGE. of the the Athletic! Association and Tar and refuse Foley's Honey Br ss, Lacoclc, 2148. Vera R.I...:........................ !IP." 26 1-
I High School or to fered. Mr. G. any substitute of. Cruz. ., 8 B.:.. 40"' 491, LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD COMPANY
:1I'
: PHONE 185. Principal Hamrick of School N. 2. St., Vacher of 157 Osgood Vivina, Span ss, Bustinza., 1983, Liverpool T.O.L........................ 143 n813S7 ,
It was founded in 1892 and it has a severe Chicago of writes la : "My wife had {. to Gulf .Trarisit, Co. PeIUl&......................... ,; 18b* Through anti Local Time Tables Between Penttcela and Points North. 1
Champion Liniment for case grippe three 'J l.U .
reputation for polite and careful drivers Rheumatism. years (I.- 151
ago and It left her with a' shIps: % isu 0 READ UP
terriblecough. DOWN
READ
Chas.
and the best Informed cabmen in Drake a mail carrier at Chaplet I .- '
-tt4 the 'ille. Conn, She tried a bottle of Foley's Avon. Ital Avegno 1601 i Trains Nos. Trains Nos.
; city. Following are the members; says: "Chamberlain's shIp ., Genoa .
Honey and Tar and it gave her Immediate Ausley & Co.'s Dail Cotton Letter. 4 3 1
1 and their hack numbers: Pain Balm,Is the champion of all linimnts. to Rosasco Bros. 2

i.L A. M. coman. No. 1; A. J. Leggett, The past year, I was troubleda her cough relief. A 50 "cent bottle cured Casanova Rat bk.l Avegno. 1069, New York, Mar. 7.- till the demand 1l:05pm 11:55am I Lv, .. ..Pensacola.. .. .../ 5:00am: 4:0t'p.n' I'I
I.4Ti1 No. 5:; J. Stall worth, Xo. 7; J. E. Morrls great deal with rheumatism in my lutes. W. entirely.A. Refuse substi-- Genoa. for spot cotton keeps up persistently 6:30am: 6:20am Ar..Montgomery..Lv. 9:35pm: 11:15am

j :3 No. 8; S. Sunday, Jr.. Xo. 11; C. shoulder. After trying several cures and apothecary.D'Alemberte otuggiat Elvira. Port ship Rodriques. 1488 whether prices are quoted lower or 11:45am I 9:10pm I Ar.. .. ..Blrmngham! .. .. Lv. 4tpm: I 8:33an
1i II. No. 12 the storekeeper here Lisbon to order. .. .. .
; Taylor ; O. Abdecoth! No. recommende higher, and unless 7:25pm 3:17am: Ar.. .Nashville. .. .IJv. 8:4Sam 2'alll
:fljt 15; R. J. Parker. No. 18; T' H Hear-! this" remedy and it completely curedme. Orpheus Aust ship :\Medanlc Tries something should 8.00pm 3:37am Lv.. .. ...NashviUe. ," ...-.sAr. 8.17am'. 211a-n;;
old. No. :1; S. Bibbs. No. 26; M. P. tlerson. There Is no use of anyone suf te. spring up to put a stop to this and we 1:25am 8:15am Ar..Evansville'.Lv. 3:00am 9:0pi)::

.Itti No. :20: ; A. J. Braswell! No. 77; I this fering liniment from that painful ailment when vvoon 5ar1EJ. can't imagine what that could be, values 7:40am I 2:10pm I Ar.. ..St. Louis.. .. ....Lv. 8.5pm: I 3:3Opa 'I
'Jt1T4 All the above are nice. closed car. can be obtained for a Adele. Swed bk, Janse 596 I are surely be
Havana going to forced '
I 4.if riages. small sum. One application All 7:50pm 3:27am Lv..Nashville .. ..Ar. 2''Iaa;;
gives kinds that you want Duc Cuigini ltal bk. Olivarl 125!. much higher. Prices can be easily Ar..toulsvilleLv.. 9:3Op
Signed J. STALLWORTH Pres. prompt relief and its continued use for Genoa to order. 2:10am I 8:30am: I 8:27am'l : '
:'j4 Dy C. H. T.YLOR, Sec. and Tres. a short time will produce a permanent Ciampa Emelia, Ital bk, 864, Ha manipulated in either direction but it 7:20am 1Oln.n; Ar..Cincinnati .. .Lv: 6:0: i")

_ cure. For sale by all druggists. OAK AND vana.Elvira. is an established fact that when the tJII
PINE Port bk, Rodriquez. 1586. for demand exists for the actual stuff, it Between Pensacola, Mobile and New Orleans. IIII

Florida and Alabama AN Delagoa Bay. 'with 701.539 s ft sawn must 'sooner'or later tell upon prices, 6&7 2&3 4&1 3&2 1&4 5&.6jLV IIf:
: ADVISORY I cheaper than you can: .buy'It ft 'lumber.Gudny and there seems to be no let up from '
timber 291.922
s 7:00am : : ;) ..Pensacola.. ..Ar. 5:00am: 4:00pm 630:
11t
LAND COMPANY want.anywhere. Any size- you Nor bk, Saanum, 821, Ham continental the' spinners in this direction. Both 10:45am 2:55amj: 4:12pmIAr .. Mobile .. ..Lv.1tOamllS9am, / 2:35pm: 11t
STORM Europe and the United!
WARMING burg to master. 6:00pm: 7:15am, 8:15pmAr.; New Orleans. Lv.1 8:15pml. . .._1'9' 5am
: Pedro Lacave Span. bk. 'Kingdom are buying every bale they:
: :4:: and Manufacturers Dealers in ofF I E.:: C. SEWELLPhone 509, Savannah to Rix M. Robinson Maristang., can ,get and have. evidently made up C Flomaton, Pensacola and River Junction. ,f
Providenza. Ital bk. Olcese. 1185 their minds that all the talk about a
4 41 LUMBER, SAWED CYPRESS SHIN GIVING NOTICE OF A DISTURB- Starthem Br' bk, Maitland 1272. million bales 'being held back for 15'>>, 21 I 5 1 1 1 3 Tratns do not stop at stations I 2! 1 4 I 6 :! i"f f
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GLES AND KILN-DRIED SAP. 614.COFFEE. Antwerp. cents is all' tommy rot and they do I 'DailrjDall\DaUnDaily\ where no time is shown DalIyIIDalI'IDaU-OU:1$ ; : : ,t'It'

-- ANCE OFF MOUTH OF MISSISSIPPI Thomas. Ital bk/ 'BIII I SIII'..... RIVER. Umberto I. Ital bk, Olivari 766 contracts with no raw material to,. .. .. ../ 5001235 255.; .. .. ,..Century .. .. .. 1:40 1:21 8: . '('j'b
Genoa to Rosasco Bros make them good,.even if they have to I 5: :05.. .. .. .'Bluff.Sp ings .. ....1:33 1:15,. 8::Isl ..
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Schooners.Lizzie pay more money for it. nor do they intend -..L, 5:172:51I320: : .. .. ."lcDavld., .. .....12:22 1.00 18.061.! %

Weather Observer E.... Demisgn. Am sch. Peck, to be forced to pay exteremely ....' 5:30: 3:0W3:36.: .. ..PfneBarren .. .....12:08 12:5!: 7:551...
SPRING afternoon received the Reed yesterday 452. to master. high prices for the beginning of the S :... 5:39: 3:13j.3-50.: .. .. .. .MoUno. .. ....1.11:5911-131. 771: ., I])
I i isory warning following ad- Horatio L. Baker. Am ach. Mohr new crop in order to catch up with L SL ...513t4:0.. \ .... .. ..Quintette. .. .11:5WI2:31.7:39j.: -.
: office in Washington msssage from the central We are the Pioneer 720. Lagua to J. A. Merritt & Co. their orders which have been booked ..5:531.3:261.:11.: .. ..Cotta. e UIIl .. .. ...11:44 : !.1:341': ,..

1 i "A disturbance is off the: Coffee Roasters of Thos. S.( Dennison, Am sc'1.!. Wade way ahead. .. .. .5:511329\.4:15.; \ .. ...Cantonment .. ...11:40 12:261: 7:31.: ... (
mouth
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I the Mississippi( and will 1329 Baltimore to order. Reports from every section of the .... : .. .. ... .Gonzalez.. .. .. ..11:35.12: .1:2r": ..,
UNDERWEARI of cast with increasing easterly move winds north West Florida.McHUGH'S Barkentines.Beatrice cotton belt this morning report heavy .. .. .1.6:01'.3:3.W4:23\: \... .. .. ..Roberts.., .. ... .11:331.12:19j.7::..'. ..
,I to-night on the Florida and rains and state there is likely to be S.... : .. .. ,..Olive. .. .... .1121.12:09.7:151. .
: coasts. South Atlantic ,.Am bktn. Casaveggio 1420 much delay in ne'wcrop preparations; .. .. .6l'. ::451.4:4 .1.. .. .. '..l3rent.. .. .. ...11:1S.IOtl.1:0, : :; ....
I Weather Conditions. Rctterdam to Pensacola Lumber Co. and this coupled with the extremely .6:25.3:5..4:521.: ( .. ..;Goulding.. .. ....11:11.12:01: 7:' .
I AND HOSIERY. f The weather map fit jesterday BLENDShave Fort Caroline de France)'och,to Dan McKenzie bktn. Oertlng Holm, good; spot demand make very strong; ... .. 6:301: 4:00: /_ 5:001: Ar..Pensacola .. ..Lv. 11:03: 11:55 7:00PMIPMIN027I : ) ....

( morning lmwed that the minimum & Co. bullish factors in the market. I... 1 I 11\028-1 AI PM 1

( temperature at IFensacola> during the Liverpool this morning was 6 points I 10:551..1'4:0O: 7:00' I Lv.. Pensacola.. .Ar.' 1050: 10:301. .' ,, 'I' (I
preceding twelve hours has been higher on spots sales of 15.000 bales I ... .. . ,,11 ...
Our line 55.i : trial) For an Impaired Appetite. : ... : : .Bohemia. ...... ..\\.10111. .
of Spring i while the maximum was CO. In his no equal. A Loss of appetite always results' from while contracts- were advanced from I .U:11I..1.4:15.7:11. .. ... .GuU Point .. ...11:33.10:1: : :. . S Ij O..Ynle3tra. .

i Underwear and .summary the local observer said: will convince the con faulty digestion. All that is needed :r to 5 points.: : ... ..'..: ./.. .. ...... .. .. .. ......'...'. : :,, 6'111tscambia ot'
Hosiery for is f fThe southwestern depression has i I" a few doses of Chamberlain's Stom. At the, rate the English and conti : '...... ... : 7:18''.. .. .. .. *10Si'IOlOi.: . Ii IIi) t'I
men i i moved: to the, mouth of the Misscs- noisseur that we aCh and Liver Tablets. They will invigorate .i nental spinners are taking cotton Liverpool .11:35., .. ..'.4:25. 7:25.. .. .)Iulat .. .. .. *10:19'.10:01' : ,.-. 4'.Harp. ItJ

? now coming in and bippi river; another has moved from make extravagant t the stomach; strengthen the, stocks will decrease rapidly and I : ..... : ./... .. ..... .. ... .. .. ..........fr sssI-----: ;. J !,
E being opened on our I the region north of Montana to Lake digestion and give you an appetite the visible 'supply this week will probably : ........4:331. 7:35.. .. ..GaltCtty.. .. ....... .. 9:511. . '' : 'a
' Superior; there is also a moderate claims. like a wolf. 'Th.?se Tablets also acts show'a decrease that Till be very :',11:5S ._..... : 7:39., .. ... .MIlton .. ..... : .J.. ':HI. . -, -"
shelves. They are of disturbance south of Florida. The: a gentle.)laxative.. For -sale by ail bullish. .12:30.. .. ;: .4.0/: /.... .. .'. .Good Range. .. .10:0-5.. 9:281.: .<. "' !
1M unusual excellence I, precipitation: area has spread east- druggists. Our markets opened 2 to 3 points I -12:55... .. ; 8:15:;... .. .. ..hIolts..s SlOI. .. I ::3

; this !.waid portions and covers the central and lower Wholesale and RetailGROCERS higher but remained rather dull I ; ...... .5:351: 8:30j.. .. .. mlgan.. .. ..... 912 8:531.: . 4 10

spring, possess- the of the Mississippi Valley TOURIST CLUB. HELD throughout the sessions no sane bear: 1 33.. ..... 8381.. .. ..Crestview.. .. .. : . II 1t
value I Ohio'alley and the lower lake ASHORT- MEETING caring to go short In the face of such 5:45\\ 9:04\\ 8.5//. ,. ..
ing great and r" lon; rain is falling from west Tennessee I r short demand and I Ia 2:00,..... .' 8t 61.. .. ..Deer Land .. : A t
worth. I' southward and the longs lying;: 2:3j..1' 9:10)103ser\ Head .-. ... .. ..f.-.f.3:03 ;tI:
i i Iin the Ohio Valley and the it Is lower snowing lake A meeting' the Tourist Club nft quiet. knowing well that logical con' ; [. ..........I, 9:351.. DeFpll li:: Sprln' .:... ... 4
I region clouofness: the kinds the c'ty: was held, eaterday afternoon) itions will soon force the now heavy S 3:181..1.! ... : '. ....Argyle.. .. ...1.. hslzl'.p..t. 31
Underwear, j covering oast- and all of Feed ot 2:30 o'clock in the rooms of the short Interest to covering, and once :!.n
j I ern half of the country. Temperatures 3:40....; .. 9:57.. ..Ponce DeL.eon .. 7:2ij.- \
4_ 25 and 5Oc. have fallen decidedly In western Stuffs.Pluto Chamber :of Commerce witi quite a this Is started they will be found ready : .. ... ..... 10:10VestvlIle.. .. ... .. 7:111... ... .... 1 j:)
: Arkansas and in the eastern and extreme large; number in attendance. to grasp the opportunity they have 4:08.. ... ......... 10:15.: .. ..CaryvUle.. .. .. ..' I t'
Men's Hosiery, i;it western portions of Texas. The' meeting was for the purposeof been the waiting months.so patiently' for during 4:33.: .. ............ :: '. ..' ..Bonifay .. .. .. 7:12.-./ .1 1 !.7 ttU

I Skies are generally clear over the perfecting the program for the entertainment past 5:001.. .... ... .. 10:47.. ... .. CDlpley.;: ... .. 6:37...... ....: 101
3 1 0' to SOc. !i; west and conditions are favorable for WaterWholesale of Friday night. This We are very confidential all purchases : ..... ..... 10:58.. .. .. A'cxk... '.. ... 6:27........ .. .:.':;) g,
program will 'consist of music recitations at present valueseither for investment ...... .. .. ... .. J% 3 n
i carIng and colder weather In this 5:20 .... .. : .. Cottondal .. .. ... 6:18.. .1
I i vicinity to-night, fair ad colder etc...and the tourists look fdr- or speculation win show 6:00.. .. .......... 115.. .. ..Iarianna .. .. ... 6:00....... .. ... 1 It .
r Thurbday. with.. fresh northwest to ward with' much interest to the substantial returns as we do not belie : 6:30.: .. ........... .11':4:>1.. .. ..Cypress. .. ..'..5:381.. ...... ...1 hl-D JtJ:
north winds." and Retail. event. \' ; the advance which '.e believe: .6:40 ..... ... .....11:51.. Grand Rdge! .. .. 5:2: ..... ..... .. .I.ll:: ..

H. 0. ANSON I I is bound to come can be delayed much 6:58.. .......... ..12:0: '.. .. .. Sneads.. .. .. 5:21........ 19:;>>1)
I i Ii A Safe Cough Medicine for Children. Woodman's Circle.W. longer.. .1:15... ......... ./. : Ar.. River Junction Lv ,. : ..... ..... :: :&1 1to.

I I.! In buying never be a cough afraid medicine to buy Chamber for children New Orleans{ Grocery Co.Jas. Woodman. 0. W.-C.Circle. Oak meets Grove every No.Thurs 4, association Air. Jordan seem and, with his cotton Theo. H.'grower Price:. A .M J I U .!';ML I P \1 I }I

CASH CLOTHIER, lain's Cough Remedy. There Is no t day 3 p. m..,21: floor Pythian Hall over' to have dropped out of sight altosether"and Trains l stop sIgnal. -
danger from it and relief Is always Pou's 'stable; pn' Intendencia street we think the south would now -_

Corner Patafox and Main. sure to follow. It is especially valuable McHugh Visiting sovereigns cordially Invited.' lie many thousands of dollars betteroff .
& j I for colds, croup and whooping Mrs. Leona iVngford. Guardian; Mrs. had th y,malt.! their escape earlier: Subscribe for The Journal ..

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