The Pensacola journal
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Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Alternate title: Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: March 9, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Pensacola news
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4S Charged With Larceny and *;;- MONEY RELIEF NEEDED AT MERIDIAN FOR 7*,! CEO. GREEN Last Opportunity for .General Debate DEATH fROM I A. STEAMER NAVAHOE r Matters Have Proceeded So Far -

4 I That France and Germany
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4 Forgery. By Associated Press. # .
:; By Associated Press.Raleigh. -#
1Ieridian., :MissMar.. 8-The *;! ACQUITTED PRIZE EIGHT = Must Agree.-
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- f.'J finance committee' today issued ?/ by Members: ., from Wilmington; Mar. 8 -A says special the "S ,

.4S Company's Money to Settle i?. a thousand statement dollars] that twenty-one, I Clyoe. Liner Xa'a.boeaihore A
?Paid was in the tt .
near Cape Fear since last Saturdav.
rol'ef: fund The Two Main Points in
4S for tornado suffer- "- l is still in'a desperate .. DisputeNot
: Former New York Senator Mr. Tillman Anxious to CriticizeRoosevelt's I
Declared .
. Suits Against Individuals. ers. say the- amount so Harry Tennenbaum's Death Resulted I condition, all efforts to rel-ase 'IfI
far raised Is entire'y! Inade- X Yet Settled.
. I# her having been without result.,
S Z* quate. Five thousand dollars -X' Not Guilty of Conspiring; to Message.. from Blows: Received I The remainIng freight was S
4S has been already expended for thrown overboard to-day.

: CLAIMED THAT OFFICIALS PAID daily relief anJ the' demand is X Defraud Government.By 'f'i'' in Glove Contest.By i,;: A northeaster 4s prediced and # HOPE RUNS HIGH. HOWEVER,
growing rapidly. No it that winds S
: OUT .i bodies have been discovered. a .. .. : will completely wreck the yesS THAT THESE DIFFERENCESWILL
Associated Press Associated Press. BECOME SUBJECT OP
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S CHARGED IN 1901-OFFICERS Washington. Mar. S.-George E. OF UPPERi BRANCH- San Francisco, Mar. 8.-The coro! ,.. .

t Green former state senator in New HOUSE TANGLED PKO<- ner's jury at the inquest over the remains -I AGREEMENT-STRONG SPIRITOF

S CAVE BOND IN SUM OF $12,500 York who has been on trial in the, UPjOVER of Harry Tennebaum or Ten-tVT CONCILIATION APPARENTAT

4S EACH. Will SHACKLEPRISONERS District Supreme Court for more than I OSITION TO ABOLISH GRADE OF n>." who died after a glove contest; ALGECIRAS.By .

; two weeks on the charge of conspiracy LIEUTENANT GENERAL. with Frankie Neil, rendered a verdict I THIEVES SA HUE E

V to commit an offense against the I r saying that'death was caused b>' blows

S,. By Associated Frees.N United States and to defraud the government .., t received in the contest and further Associated Press f

S S ,.. York, lar. Indictments in connection with the sale By Associated.Press charges gross negligence on the part .Algeci a.s. Jlar .8,-The success of -

. c ,; rpiir! { grand larceny in the fir.t of time recording clocks to the post-I Washington, Mar. S'-Todaj afforded of persons having the contest in AGAIN AT the conference Moroccan: reforms'

S 4'S apt"" md forgery' in the third degreeS office department was today acquitted the last oportunity for' ganeral de. chaJ'ge in that no' registered phjsi-; cannot be described as absolutely secure .

Roderick A. Dunham, president; by the jury. The announcement of. bate in the senate on .t'e Y statehood I clans examined the dead man before : since the two main .points in

- G 'M' Eldendge. first*vice president,I SOONThis the verdict -was followed by a remark.'; bill and the entire time of' the session the ma ch.KlllING"RESULTS. dispute! the allotment of bank capital .

aa1 G+'rge Burnham, Jr., second vice; able demonstration and Mr. Green was was devoted to that ordef of ftuame WORKSecured and the control of the police are

>. :in'suit! .nt of the :MutuaJ: Reserve Life overwhelmed with! congratulations. The whole time was occupied by / not yet settled. Hopes. however ran
. high that these outstanding: Idifliculties .
.. in-iiiancp Company, were found by I three senators Mr. neve dge support will soon become subject to soma

rand toda '. In all five In. ing the bill and Messrs, McCumberand arrangement.The .
4S d'l"Im"nllo were brought against each is Being Considered by the Patterson"opposing i if. FROM OLD FEUDBy About $25.00 and a Gold French delegates show' aa iatliuation -'

.. The Indiana senator contended that to regard the way as op ne fflttwo for grand larceny and two '
S. f<' 'oixt l'ry.I. Board of Safety on Accounton "TOWIM TOPICS"By while Arizona and Mexico! -weN Watch from Home of D. N. Delegates to an understanding consider: that and the other* '
. Associated Press. a great or
S I I. :v "iileged! the larcen and for$- Many Escapes. unprepared for separate]f statehood it Chattanooga Mar. 7.-Roswell Mar Nicholson.Thieves ward step was made to-day when a
4 <. w'r.' brought about according to j was unjust to keep them out of the strong spirit of conciliation texaraeevident
4 Associated Press. 1 shall today shot and killed Jas. Bour- .
. .' mrtu'intents, by payments of nine union as one staie. ,Mf. MtCamber I I -
. Washington Mar. Representative dick on a prominent business corner. commenced' On of the most prominent delegates l
. n iii-xinil dollars of the conipan'i It U probable that at an early date opposed joinng: even Oklahoma] and have again "
. all Bourke Cockran mtroa'uced a resolution Indian The cause is blieved to bean old disagreement their work in Pensacol and from all: expressed this view Ittte"s'I
prisoners will shackled
city be or Territories and Mr. Pattersonheld
mon 10 law firms the apparent pur- have proceeded so far that neither
4 I to-tlaj requiring! th3 postmaster between the men, who reports they made one successful haul i'I
. ;in I,' 01 which is allegeJ to have been Come device adopted to prevent thfirecapc at.Anzona. and New Mexico 1 Three side will .dare to break up the cont r'
Wednesday night places were
S general to report to the House neighbors. :Marshall surrendered to "
This matter is now bin should be admitted ence.
. had'been as separate state did
"' lit actions which I' : visited but at only one place they I
. whether "Town Topics" was admittedto the police saving that ha was satis-]
considered by the Board of Public Mr. Tillman
"mgm against the officers of the comun j gave notice today.that secure an"alu.ahl s. This was at
S. : ,is individuals.I Safety. and at the next meeting the the mails and whether the govern. as soon as an opportunity: offered he fied. the home of D. N. Nicholson No 409 THE COLLIER 1'
. meats assists 'this publication in "its North Havne- where they rob
. I indictments an which the marshal l will subnrt! a rePort to the would address the senat.; on the mes- I street
S board upon the :best device that can occupation of extorting money ,by sa>9 the president i yesterday fore congress in years' that has been bed Mr. Nicholson of his gold watch
'ritrgl': of larceny is based allege the I' sent on and about $2300 LEONIDAS HERE
4S offii-,'rs embezzeleJ two sums, one of le used for such purpose. ICIR'CUS the coal inquiry resolution recently given so much ,attention when the I The robbery occurred between the j jBG
The law prohibits the placing of a issue between the opposing factions hours of and 2 At'tha latter
. passed b>' congress I referred to I 11 o'clock. -
ntyfive hundred and the other of !{ been
MAN HAD has one that .could be settled .
. 1 hou -Mrs.: Nicholson awoke feelIng
ball I
chain upon a city .prisoner, mea.&t'-a '
SS -M.R hundred Collars October 21, andt ; HIS TROUBLES HERE the presidentfar 'veryl the'us of afewwords,.-th question a burning sensation on the side VESSEL ARRIVED: FROM -,
but it does not prohibit th from
.. ''01. Each gave bail of $12,501.: ..: I l remarkable document," am said that being one merely of tf choice of words of her face. She was surprised when
attaching, a piece of' Iron similar to a I I relating to the judicial review.. GUANTANAMO EARLY YESTERDAY -
''udge CPSulUvan fixed ue next Thurg- The manager of Texas Bill's Wild but for pressure to proceed with the she noticed all of the doors open and
- pick around the ankle such as are
West which exhibited here statehood bill he would scattered about the floor. :Mr
Ja* of the term for pleading used on the county roads and it li show. yesterday ask' to be HOUSE TANGLED UP clothing MORNING.
had his troubles during thu heard at Nicholson then made an investigationand
more than probable that this method once. .
will be adopted. day and he was feeling in anvth'ag; i OVER AN ARMY BILL found that his pockets had been l
TOURIST but a good humor when the authorities !- rifled and that his watch and pocketbook .
There have been so many escapes RAILROAD RATE BILL I The big collier Leonjdas which has
had fin':- hea' with him. Mar. 8. The house It the in
Washington to- I were gone.: was same
that it is either a case of keep them been in thi port upon more than
confined in cells and feed them at the I Icity's The circus man was operating under THE ABSORBING TOPIC day passed the Indian appropriationbill the room of Mr Fleming! a boarder. one occasion with coal for the fleet

: expense or else put some device a $15; county and state licen". carrying over seven million Jo!- It is believed that choloform was and also for th? navy yard, reached
the'm from when Deputy Sheriffs Johnson tnd Washington Mar. Regardless of used. here
upon them to prevent running yesterday! morning. (coming fro.n
lars. It then to it-
proceeded tangle
away. ,! Nicholson happened along and ImmediatelY the fact that the statehood bill was About midnight borne one attempted Guantanamo. where she had been wtUt
who carried him to the court ntuse.l self] up over the bill to abolish the to enter the residence of S. F. Bogart -
the of
WILL BE GIVEN TONIGHT AND Recently] many prisoners were the only; question discussed in the : big fleet Admiral Evans (fir
sent out in gangs to work on the where he was called upon to ?iu upI sen grade of Lieutenant General in the on East Wright street by prying rome: time.
AN EXCELLENT PROGRAMHAS streets have made their escape, it Le I $75.00 for each of th!*! two ohons, ate toda '. the railroad, rate bill con- army. The result was. adjournment' open the window. They had partly The mission of the ecmulas IT to
ing impossible for the man having making $150, and an additional $5 for' tinued t0 ba. the absorbing topic ani for lack of a quorum after the members succeed when the family awoke carry sonv of the targets to Guantanamo -
BEEN PREPARED.The charge of the men to stop them, as j a confectionary stand. |. groups of senators met In earnest hut had been locked in the hal' for and the burglars took flight to ,be used" theie At least those
the prisoners are frequently separated Later the city arrested him for not informal consideration of the many 'half an hour and assistant sergeant The door to the store of J. Ed Williams were the orders to the captain whenhe
least taking out two licenses, claiming that : been in the northwestern portion of. sailed from Guantanamo
!I in their work by at fifty yards: propositions that have been at arms had scurrying to various sevtf'jldavs
entertainment' of the Touristub and sometimes further. Some of there were two shows. He gave bondS suggested hotels in search of members.' A vote the city was forced open during tbel. ago. and .he Is proceeding to
which is to be given to-night in I those who have escaped recently had for his appearance this morning; in J in'the. way ,of amendment to consider the bill showed an overwhelming night but the burglars must have carry them out. .
I. rooms\ of the Chamber of Com sentences standing against them of court I Without doubt no bill has been bo- t sentiment in its favor been frightened; away. as nothing was" It is possible if the big fleet Is com
and the found missing from the store. to Pensacola and in nation : '
tMst! enjoyable events since the tours Board of Safety proposes to arrangeFO t points to the fact that it is,
hereafter when a sentence I is I the collier 111rt"Ceive different or- -
hare that j
been in the city and it will, EMPEROR OF CHINAISERIOUSLY
fl doubt be largely atten'dE>d, not only Imposed that It will be served out. C NmICi"'J'Y c) V tiers before many dajs pass.
The to'
(collier acconoHng presentplans
the members: of the club but also
'- ( : is to remain here for ten days
Pfnsacollans as well! I ILLBy
MANY KILLEDBY and will then sail for Guantanamo.
n excellent musical and literary I
jroKram hat been arranged for the, .
enng! and some of the best talent AVALANCHE Associated Press. '
'the city will
participate Among Pekin Mar. 7. The emperor of
*ose who will take part in the enter-: China. Tsal Tien is; ill. Telegrams
fimment will be Mrs. Bell, ML>s Dun- bay been dispatched to: all tha viceroys DeFUNIAK
ran, Mrs Henry Johnson, Miss Bar- By Associated Press. to send their best physicians to ,
!"ar and fI8 McKee, as well as a Trondhjetn, Normay, Mar 8.-An Pekin The palace physician* say
Hum Der of others. avalanche in the Loften Islands yesterday the illness is serious. but not alarming .
The entertainment is to' begin buriej' a number of fishermen's Special to The Journal.
I>'orapl\' at 7i0.: huts. Rescuers have taken out 21 I sFuniak, Mar 8,-The Women
dead and 35 injured. Town Improvement Association had a
REPAIRS TO THE business meeting Tuesday afternoon.
OIL MAGNATESSEE This club has been giving a series of
ENGAGEDTOMARRY. receptions at the different homes
DRYDOCK DEWEY every two weeks that ha* enabled our

PRESIDENTBy ASTORBy \\\ t \ I Tourist frietuus to become acquaintedwith
( the residents of our town aul
I II ? By Associated Press. each other, and given them a taste of
) Washington Mar 7.-The navy. department I southern hospitality
Associated Press. Associated Press. has received a dispatch! from The next reception will b? at the

Washin on. :Mar 8.-rt. H. Rog- RIchmond. Mar. 8-:-It was Commander Hosley, commanding the home of Mrs. B P. Morris next Wed-
tb'" -nd John D. Archbold, of ,New I,nounced here to-day: by one of an'l fleet towing the dr>'dock Dewey, say ret day. March 14 ,
Ton,. vice presidents of the Standard I family that Mrs. Robert Shaw ing that repairs to the dock are progressing The Business League met lat nightto
',' Company, were in conference with I J Juv'illen' Langhorne, a !sister: of Mrs Charles at Las Palma: Canaries and dicus future Improvements for
Roosevelt tonight at the| Dana Gibson was engaged to be mar that'lIs i expected to ieuute the journey our town.
'.. House. Neither would discuss ried to Waldorf Astor. son of Wm. to the Philippines r-it Monday. Saturday next we expect a, large
'bl' nature of their call They arnv- Waldorf Astor of London. crowd for children's day, as there will
'.a be the entertainment
early this evening -
and< exp '{t to leave here tomorrow. EDITOR KILLEDBY "Whn the toys awake," and over a
FOR CABLE hundred children will be In th* cast.
The Rev J. L. Thomps-on of Fur-
i man Ala. has accepted the call of
OILMAN WILL NOT 'TO PANAMABy i I,the First Baptist church of this town.
% wI 'E YZ ', ii I IIC > **- I
The Ladies Library Association;
K.W tXfc By Associated Press I'i I hare bought fifty new hooks, many
FRMNDMNT/ U Shreveport Mar 7.-L. Stucke)'.ed-I tho 'very latest
Associated Press. Itor of the Peoples Demands. was shot' Irs. Hargrave returned to hp
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Washington Mtr. 8.-Secretarj' 4/ --a : .'- -. and almost instantly killed: .-it Colfax,f t home In Norfolk Va. after months.
Shaw submitted to congress to-day an ) La., this morning by A. !!. Goodwyn]I[ visit to the :Misses Styles.i .
Washington By Associated Press. estimate of $927,000.. for the 'con- I editor of the Colfax Chronicle. The i There will be a meeting of the
ma < Mar S.-Senator Til'-j! struction of a cable from Key West, 4?**-" ... cause of the tragedy was:the publlca!i :Masons at Odd Fellows hall.Ve''S-
DOSPM'd today that he did I1__ .7 t ', : rPJC \ allesel to be
not pro- Fla.. to Guantanamo. Cuba and to the :: '. tion of an article a re-i i day night March 14: to formulate plans
offer any Proposition to amendll"nanCHlspie I : ; F..et't, Section on the character of GooJjryn.i here
rtP Panama canal zone.SCHWAB : ; ; : I for reorganizing the lodge
railroad Invest i ..C.,, ** \ 0 .' naTIOn' \ resolution In accordance with : > Ivens Jury is Completed. i|
;\\t. Nicholas Receives Linevitctr.
uJ?: 18tln of the president. Hem IS IN ; ', V .Chicago.; 3Iar 8.-The Jury which isi!
'a"s '".. -. )-. | St. Petersburg Mar. S.-Empror
> resolution is sufficient to b .-) v- f'A' totry: Richard Ivens for the murder!I
f'.t 'he objects intended l and dis. P $ -'- ,. Holhster! was..completed Nicholas today rece-ved Lieutenant
Mrs. Bessie
arrN'a wits the view BEST OF SPIRITS : :; :[ : :. General) LInevitch. former commander-
of the president. ,- l/; late today The first evidence will

t!:;:,". ::,> ..v *j-" :;?:: j'4 be heard tomorrow morning. 1 In-chief Tsars-koe-Selo of the army In )Manchuria at
I SEVERAL INJURED INILLINOIS i I ITopek1. .. .',Y. .'* .'; : i. ,. ,
I RACE RIOT By Associated Press. 't.c .;.- > .. : I Pennsylvania Minert.Strike.Pittsbufg ._ .
With Committee.
Mar. 8.-Chas- M. Schwabparsed Mar 8.-About 250 min Richardson
I By Associated Press through here to-alay. He said .1 ;. era employed at the mines! of the! Washington, Mar. Representa-

I DuqUoln, III.) Mar. 8.-A notitrJia he was unable to say how th, reports :THE AUTO MANIAC. Pennsylvania Gas Coil company. n arj the' Richardson of Alabama was ,'
I race He salt! he Irwin Pa., struck today because of the among the members in 'eave Washington
I <> at Zegler: last night and of his illness originated.slightly Indisposed and THE AUTO MANIAC IN HIS MODERN CAR OF JUGGERNAUT. WITH NOTHING BUT A SMALL FINE disoharge of eight men recently.taken ;last night with! the rivers and

Wt t ?LO ae persons killed.: were reported injured had appeared been in only the.bett,of spirits. BEFORE HIM IN CASE OF, ARRB3T. KEEPS TIlE PEDBSTfiAlN HEADED FOR :T.HE: HIGH 1U1BERS.'J. Into toe unioiL- '. "r i-,.,. ?,__ '_ I harbors.commuus: on it?.trip. outi\..:'


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DUSTER Spring MedicineIn s .

STILL I thousands and thousands of DaredevilsWho -". 1 I; Over Half; a Million

homes' three doses a day of Hood'sSarsaparilla Ohioan's Theory For Training .

are now being taken by Make New the Young.

Ii STATE HEAlTH every member of the family. .j SATISFIED CUSTOMERS

Because Hood's Sarsaparilla has 'Auto Records
think such bn-siieSscould_ be _bunt
Do enormous
itself the Best IMPBES8ED BY RULE p you an up and
proved Spring Medicine A4QJ1ER'S
I continually increased, if our goods did not have exceptional:? value and merit
by its wonderful effects in cleansing the Do yoti think we could hold the trade of half a million people, if ourreputation

system, overcoming that tired feeling, 1 .. for doing exactly what we say wasn't firmly established
the Ia School Da,
: OffiCER speed of a rail Oat of Her Injuaetloa
Do think U. S. Senators,Foreign Ambassadors, Bankers,Business
creating appetite,giving strength. Take you
train" used to be .. .tuTby
a P 1I, Vow &js. Evolved By
4 "W1TII I a *>> and Professional men in every section of this country would keep on using
Hood's.Sarsaparilla' expressing a very Wkica H* Belkar. UumaaltrCa HAYNER WHISKEY if.it wasn't all right?

ftl -- I high degree of velocity, but Be Taught Vaaaatarr Obedl- Do you think doctors would recommend and hospitals use it, if ft

In liquid or tablet form. 100 Doses$1. the railroad locomotives are left away I I Pe..lta.When wasn't absolutely pure and unadulterated
Resignation is Held in Abeyance. i behind in, these days by the big high 1 j ace-Cite*.XU Goo* Just think these things over carefully and then send us a trial order

: powered automobiles. A speed of a I| Miss Flora AUins, a teacher in Your money back if you are not satisfied.

Annual Report is Sub' Nick's Buffet mile a minute is fast for a railroad a small couutrj}Bcuo in the Wade district United States Senate,Washington,D.c.

and train but it_is slow for a racing auto- I Don't>grow old ,. near Asutabula, U.. told her pu- "1 have found Hayaer Whiskey exceptionally fin*for table and medicinal purport.*

mitted. mobile. The motor racers have got the before your time. pHs in 183J: that abe would rely on U'..M.Stewart.

Restaurant record down to a mile In less than half I Mobile Buck them to keepr>W ,voluntarily she lit U.S. Senator from Neridt.

e Dr James Y. Porter *ill continue to I d minute. will keep up the vim and vigorof 1 tie dreamed that the whole course of

!;t; )er\a; as State Health Officer his Is the only place of Us The record for a mile is now 28 1-5 your youth. i life 'of half of ocr pupils would be'in-

L4 resignation having been held in abey Had In Peneacola in fact i seconds. This was the achievement or Imparts strength,vitality,life. | tlueul'ebJ ber words, 8..8. a Cleve HAYNER WHISKEY
Health F. H. Marriott a Newton (Mass.)
1:4': ance by the State Board of it Is I A great tonic. laud (O.) u..,>..t.1.
cession jesttrtiay In the record smashingraces
which regular young man
met in
I Deacon
.One of i-e upils. Aaron
? says the Jacksonville Tim3 ?- A Pride to at Ormond Fla. He drove a You must try it. Pickett of .\-.. .&"ula has followed the I EXPRESS
Union I Stanley steamer of fifty horespower ALL I FULL !!! I
for the people ol GOOD DEALERS course of eat ii iu niber of the class and :
No better news around the course in that time beatingthe 4 $3
state coula'' have been given out Pensacola.Larger has put h.' findings into manuscript
the I
t II record of 38 seconds made by a 8'Atlanta
:! *t the doe;: of the meeting yesterday I I Ross steamer in races last year. Marriott He has g" ue Lrt..r and- has evolved a PREPAIDOUR
4 an$ though Dr. Porter is still insist : system of y..reiHal.: 2>school and state
cities cannot
also did mile In 31 4-5 seconds
a in
!,::1 ent that his resignation be accepted boast of a better equipped government based on the result'of Miss OFFER We win Bend you In. plaID sealed case. with no
the action of the State Board of place. The service Is the a race for the one mile steam! cham. Atkins' experiment seventy-two year marks to show contents. FOUR FULL QUART

!Health will) meet with universal ap-- best that can be had. 1 pionship. He had but a short time before -"I I:A GENT "M"'N'S TASTE IS BEST I. ago. BOTTLES OF HAYNER PRIVATE STOCK RYE FOR $120. and we /
;prnxal.HU I. I this participated in the one mile will pay the express charges. Take It borne and sample it.bare your' doctor Mi,.
SUITED WITH' ACERTIFIED In the Wade district so named fron. wish. Then if don't find it just fa
service to Florida during the International race for the Sir Thomas teAt it-every bottle if yon yon as we say
Nick Apostle Propt'i the original home of the family of and perfectly satisfactory It back to us AT OUR EXPENSE and your _
Pensacola last .
% Sellow fever at year R. Dewar trophy and beaten"gasoline I II (I $320 wffl be promptly refunded. How could any offer be fairer Yoc4| .
tt and the fact that the total expensesof I I cars of much higher: power, making CHECK United States Senutol Benjamin doa't risk a cent.

the htate were less than those of the mile in this In 32 1-5 seconds. Wade, stood a small log schoolhousi, Kev..N.Hex..Or ..Utah.
race Orders for Ariz..Cat.CoL. Idaho.Mont. Wash., '"
: anany cities alone in other sections of I 'i This, too, was making a new world's Sc CIGA& ; into which were crowded thirty pupils or Wyo..must be on the basis of 4 Quarts for 4.OO by Imprest Fre- [gATES"
-Th, the south and the most marvelous, ,, ranging In age from six to twelve paid or 2V quarts for.15j O,by JTeifbt Step d.
#. PIANOS AND ORGANS. record, as the previous record, made '
success: with which he controlled the I;, All the qualities of flavor.aroma I years. Miss Atkins told them the very Write oar nearest office and do it NOW.,
CASH OR EASY TERMS by McDonald last In a Napier,
made his services
-p. epidemic. have I I .I color and gooa' material ia first day that she would expect them to
highly! appreciated. as the many reso-, & ,All Piano Work Guaranteed .was a mile In 34 2.5 seconds. embodied in It. tbt"lr THE HAYNER DISTILLING COMPANYAtlanta
order of accord. She E
lutions pd.S l'd by Boards of Trade!j i"'t- CLUTTER 4 RUSHING, ; Running"t. the rate at, which Marriott keep own .... .
and other similar bodies show. % 12 EAST GOVERNMENT ST. drove his racing car 'a railway : laid down one rule and only ,one. but Ga. ,Dayton, O._ SL Louis, Mo .St. PJl IlIlnn. :

it P Yesterday the resignation was sim3 -|1 *. PHONE 476. train could make the ,trip between A.: Greenhut, & Co. I II it was in scope so broad that covered tn ,Juroi* y..TBOY.O, F.HriBT.rsnre lees.

:>ly passed over a 0.<1' no action taken, New York and Chicago in about eight all the many rules,usually put, in force ,
will I ** DISTRIBUTORS, I teachers. That rule 1
: with the result that Dr. Porter hours. Nine hours is now'' considered by was; -

;. continue to serve in his present capacity. -1_' I good time In which to' run from New PENSACOLA. FLORIDA. Do nothing that will distract the 'attention --- ------- -...,..----- --- -
,- by each an. The Annual Report. -- --- v.LET
State Board of Health and for the made his record for the mile was traveling ,work.
of State Board -
All the members the
fIt Health. Piwident E. M. Henry, of work accomplished and expresses his at the rate of 127 miles an hour. make the motors work, but the vehicle Simple,-wasn't It? Yet' it covered the to
heartfelt gratitude tfor the handsome Not even an automobile racer could at containing the strength of 250 horses offenses of 'whispering, passing, notes
of Pen-
ci, Tami: Dr. H. I 1. Simpson. exhibition of trustful whIch
u racola and Captain Harry Fozzard oft the resolutions of the board indicate, the present stage of the science of au- confined within its iron frame was as throwing paper balls, general restless

this. city were present at the meeting yet he.l I Is still of the opinion that the tomobiling maintain such a speed as obstinate a mule, and, though its ness and all the deviltry that a. schoolboy -, 111'.t

'sterdaj Dr. Porter, State Health Interests of the Health Service of the this for a distance of 121'mil". But multimillionaire owner paced the beach can Invent

Officer and Dr. Hiram Byrd, first as- state will be setter served by havinga In the'races at Ormond five miles was and fumed at its reprehensible conduct All of the thirty.were induced the FOR YOU AS YOU HAVE FOR IT! Sr

jvStant, meeting with the Board. younger and more active man in the made In the astonishing time of 2 minutes all the king's homes and all the first day to. ,promise to obey tho rule.

.,}, h Two sessions were hWd, one in the position which'-he has held 'so. long, 34 .lIK'Ond.J. It was the French king's men couldn't get the big "ch o-- At the end of the second day one boy.

h1 morning and one in Jhe afternoon, and which because of this length of racer Hemery who achieved this feat choo" to moving again.The had broken the rule. lie never again 10

js (entire the two day.sessions Beyond occupying the transaction nearly the i service h, thinks he is now 'entitledto In a 200 horsepower Darracq. but the dangers of driving a racer at by 'good deportment got over 'on the In fact it can be made to work harder for

be r li8'Ped from. about two miles a minute are not to be tide of the good pupils. At' the end
of matters of purely I routine business than did for it because it be
"The State Health Officer does you you can
with.the ,
st. To
,fn and the holding in abeyance of Dr. scqffed begla appear.ance of the third day three had broken the w
wish be
to thought
tjira1 ""Porter resignation, the meeting was or hasty in his as demand unnece9S3rib'urgent for of one of these machines ii rule, and in a week fifteen were numbered made to work for you twenty-four hours

:V4l rharacuerUed by little of great public of his resignation, and acceptance as- enough to scare a person who is afraidof among the unruly A week was every day"and three hundred and sixty-five
Interest far announcements being out after dark. It looks like long to teat the'staJlnl .
4t1 1 as as the board convenes in annual session enough powers days in each If haven't
\\cre made. except the annual reportr !fii February lie hopes that by tnat an inverted submarine boat on :wheels, of all in the cause of good school year. you any

;R Dr. Porter time a successor 'will be determinedupon and when spinning along at a mile in government. Those who stuck to the money,. then by all means

F:94 This report, the seventeenth annual when the work of the year being half a minute the driver. with his automobile rule for a week were obedient for the

'fciarJ report of the ciecuthe officer of the completed and the annual report for goggles over his' eyes, could entire term. The school was eYe l1dIvided' Start a Savings Accountat
44A is most \oluminous and
1903 submitted be can with satisfaction readily. be mistaken 'for the evil one all the remainder of the term-'
most complete that has jet been -
pr to himself transffr the office to himself. Every race meet has its chapters fifteen good to fifteen bid. to
-4 t-ented. Included in it Is a complete the future State Health Officer the First National-a dollar starts it and
(Chronological history of the yellow of accidents. Other thing beside Those! who follpwed the customary
-. I fever epidemic of 1905. a i-esume of Thanks for Aid records were smashed at tbe Ormond course of infant' rebellion received the begins at once to draw 4 'per cent interest.
4 "This fs
::; a fitting time, at the conclusion a
:. train inspection service a review of I of the report and service, to races. but fortunately there were not usual modes of correction .U(1"plodded'along ( U

b health conditions throughout the thank the.members of the State Board the serious accidents that tttve sometimes the usual-way wltfe their-school 1

ttl' i4 state, a table of expenses, and a g"nirr.il ot Health the people of Florida and marred .t e success ,of such! en; work. All of these pupils ware in

':t, j story of state health matters,I my friends generally; both in and out terprises. One racer, Walter Christie Mist AWn school for four years long Itf

Itii entering Into the minutest details. of the 'state, for the manifestations of I lost a wheel, and his machine skidded enough to form habits. As'years rolled '

,' .ri. Is Very Lengthy. .I good will confidence in my ability to 1 Into the ocean.: It chanced to be at along results were carefully watchedby FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF
The report fills 229:! closely typewrit.Lrte.n
ten cope with disease agencies In 1 Just the spot where Frank Croker SOB Aaron Pickett the boy who became elt1
pages and there is in its scarcely: (
.i a page that is not filled with matters its different phases and dissimilar I of the former. New York politician so intensely interested in Miss PENSACOLA. FLA. tin
modes of attack, and for the
'f t of more than general interest, inclu.1 which cooperation Richard Croker lost his life about a Atkins plan'of voluntary obedience..

I ing tb? reports of the health officers: has'usually marked advice year ago. a The pupils left schooL The young VT H KSOWWB free. W,K. HTKR.Jiu, V.'Prw. and C&$1ilar.
and counsel when offered In sanitary T,,W. BREST and W N.BOBBRTS A at.Caa&lert.DTRICTOBS .
In different parts of the state who man kept trace of them. Years rolled
4 matters. : -T. C. Brent. W. A. Blonnt. W. H. Knowles. W. K. Hjer. Jr. Cii
; # ussisted Dr. Porter in carrying out "The 'exceptions have been so few to, The PrlTaey Sincerity.. by, and be became old, yet be still followed D. O. Drent.

the work of his office. : the general rule In this regard that When we have acquired a sufficient his inquiries. At the end of .5 S

.t concluding. of his his report, and idjvpeaking the opposition coming altogether from sincerity with ourselves. does not fifty: years he compiled a record of the '- ----.r 1rl 81c!
resignation, Porter
other -I an Ignorant and prejudiced source, follow that .we must deliver 'It to tbe class of thirty, and these were the results
( .. While says among the State Health: Officrdf I must be considered as trivial and unimportant first comer. The frankest and most : Of the obedient fifteen there

'ply appreciate the kindly senti-- ana1when compared with loyal man' has the right' to hide from were alive thirteen. Of the disobedient 1nJ
the universal expressions of esteem: .fifteen there were only three surviving. No. a 4rH"t wnt and feeling entertalnerf for him : others the greater part of what he Clft.
and trust in the State Board of: KEttZBT PBESCH KXTEBT, A5D MABBIOTT The thirteen obedient had splendid
and feels. Maurice
U'it .- .- Health, which have reached me from! IX TUB STANLEY 6TU1BB.J Maeterlinck C.W.UMAR.:PretHtnt. JOHN PFtJFFER. .u'sl<' t : CaihUr.M. .
-- ----- records. All were educated, some high ft.v
letter and utterances by and through I E.CLARK.Vte,-Pre,ii!.At>n4 CtthUr.. J.W. ANDREWS.,AwiUnt C.shle-. I
time was unofficial, mid as a false ly. No one of them used profane lan
A healthy is king in his
LIVING TOO HASTILY the press, are pettish in tone and i man a own
childlike in fault-finding. start was made Hemery was asked to right; an unhealthy man is an unhappy guage or intoxicating liquor. Only one I

'From the press of' the state, with I. go' over the course,again. This he refused sla\e. Burdock's Blood Bitters had used tobacco, and one had become THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK.I

IIw AMERICAN WOMEN BREAK DOWN but one or two exceptions the. State. to do and'was"ruled out in con builds up sound health' -keeps- you Involved in a lawsuit. They all bore

Health Officer has uniformly received( : sequence.. But Marriott drove his well. good reputations in the communities OF ,PINSCOL4 FLA.

fair and kindly treatment, and for' steam where they lived and were numbered 11
Jrresniarttl.s and Female Derange- racer over the five mile course in :
J.fuc menta Result-Cured by Lydia E. this complaisant consideration he: 2 minutes 47 seconds, and this was accepted T'...... C1aa. b, among the best citizens though ,not ti'C

; Plnlthama Vegetable Compound. feels deeply grateful. : as the record. Jibe prevIous A man b jp bad been punished taflta among the wealthy. CAPITAL STOCK, $100,609. SURPLUS, J69,
th- .. Growth of Board.It I record was 3 minutes 17 seconds. consequence was feeling} at enmity The three disobedient could not claim
Owing to mode and of is to be. >
our manner hoped that 'history wil! :
The achievement. Marriott proves with all the Wtrld. but with his fatherin records of that kind.. One was a lawyer
living, and the nervous haste of every not repeat itself, either in a recurrence .'
woman to accomplish just so much of epidemic of disease or with I that the victory is not always to the particular, When he came to >ayMa ruined by drink and often in jaiL Henry L. Covlngton, Frank Rellly F. E. Browner.J. t-

each day. it is said that there ia not their management, and that the future strong for his machine is of small praters at night he gabbled tfcrongt Another was a small rated farmer frequently M. Pfelrfer W. 8. ROMSCO, C. W. Lunar,

& State Hsalth Officer may sail smoothly I horsepower as compared with Alfred them at a high rate of peed, and while in trouble. Nearly all of the Bryan Durmody, T. F. McGourtn J.:R.S.nnders.A. .

c&1 over a sea. of such perfect connence -: G. Yandertilt'a great 230! horsepowerracer. asking for the, customary blessing oa disobedient had been selfish-more anxious M. Avery. W. It.MIlton 0. E. Maura, .

: < in his ability and discretion! This car was taken to Ormond el1 the other members of the fatnl r, ',to satisfy their own desires for license W. L. CHt .on, Dr. W. J. Hannah, frtvKerizJe Ocrtmg, '

from the public, of Florida, that I and entered for.the races, but balked including the cat he left out his of than: to live for the good of themselves Alex McGovvIn, C. M* CovlngUo, M. E. Clark. l'o

neither Shoals of distrust nor rocks: whenever attempts were made to start tending parent and the remainder of the com Cf l'.f'

of captious criticism shall hinder or. It. It was taken out on the beach, anda Ills mother understood, but thougnl S Stt munity. As a result they were disturbers Accounts of Banks I Individuals,Corporatlaniand' Firms Solicited.

Interrupt the progress. of a work Instituted dozen French machinists tried, to best to "appeal to his better self." given frequently to quarrelsomeness Four p.r eant Intaraat Paid an Tlma Deposits. ., ,
for and heretofore
vigorously ---- "Harold" said "w'lal
she sweetly, their habits being such as would ''c'
prosecuted in behalf of the
welfare of "
about ? You forget dear.
papa tend to shorten human life.
the people of the'state. a ___ -1:::
.* "Didn't Don't want papa blessear"Why ,At the end of Deacon
A weakly infant, whose early years FOR OLD' .PEor'Lw. Harold, when you love him seventy years oee.e............. .............................. 11J
had Pickett took another Eight of
to bj carefully watched and nurtured census. J KEKSB, PTMldant E. W. MENEFEH. CasaUr. II J
and whose very existence hung Dot Jut think dear. Papa baa got: the obedient were living. but only two R. M. CART. Vlce-Presldent i f
in the balance for five downtown DOW and how would you record ;
years againsta of the disobedient From this
divided opinion as a state necessity, feel if he sot lost or hurt because yon- the deacon has evolved a theory of ed "[ PEOPLE'S BANK UF PENSACOLA.Directors .
hadn't for him? I
from prayed
has now _
grown a tottering babe
ucation. 'He believes that the entire rtves, J. $. Reese. W. ,CeC. Kssili''. R. M. Carl, i l't:
to This ther worked the
sturdy manhood.,ne ding only hereafter fa on bol'amind
ANTEED A STRENGTH human race can be taught voluntary W. A. O'Alemberte I T. A. Jennings, J. J. Hooton..
the fostering care of the people'srepresentativea and slowly he began to clamberout .
4ch .obedience not only to school rules, but TRANSACTS 'A GENERAL!: BANKING BUSINESS. .
to make future CREATOR.A he
growtha bed when Just as got on hit .
to the laws of the land and the tenets _
ene woman in twenty-fire but that physical determining and financial factor development.In the Stat '8 knees be heard! the familiar click of of health and morality.If 0_...........................-. ...- ...... .... ... ... 1f
his father's In the lock. "I -
: z: suffers from some derangement of the This once Infant-the State Boardof member of 'the above firnl"says: "iey guest the system 1 were adopted in the I -- -
I'll risk announced and
It! he
t :'t 13M !" female organism, and this is the secret Health-it has been my pleasure to "hundred of old people right here in quick schools he believes its influence would I
t ;1 of RO many unhappy homes. watch with need Just such, a strengtli- U a wink Jumped back Into becL-Ll, !
grow yearly Increasing 'tIicott's spread. At first only half of the pupils I. HILTON QBEKV PBMIOCIT. T C. WKLLSS FioPMsn
r Jfo woman can be amiable, lighthearted strength, and ItI.Uwtfh prid that I maker and body-builder as our deli- ; Magazine. be MAgymnLi MOR5tOAerz.Ca0iL'
might willing to obey voluntarily, tl
and happy, a joy to her husband : tfous! liver oil preparation. Vinol.
now surrender to Its parentso--the cod K.Citizens tI
and the
and children the only force acting to bring' National Bankof
t4 andperform
of Florida-the custody such an and we simply cannotunderstand why Bat fle Didn't ...Ir.
duties about such obedience'would be the I
incumbent '
her when she
I upon Important element of the state government they will ,continue tdrag out a half- Willie was paying a visit and he ,PeBMeol, florid -
f C is suffering'with backache, headache, teachers. Soon this force would be increased .
dead and half-ali've' existence: When
care of which It has been a fOund the intervals between meals Of CCIOft.
4 i- down nervousness pains, sleeplessness displacements bearing spinal sacred pleasure for me to cherish and we guarantee Vinol will strengthen longer than usual by the pupils who had grownto Gfto. w.WrilaL'.' Morris Bear T.E.Welle ftiz M.Bob lAlla. L. Hilton Gre.D.I !
and in the maturity and had children of their 1
protect. invigorate every organ
1 weakness or diseased organs. 4 "I ain't going to ask for any; cake" 4 CCWCJtJf. HIKING 8USl/Vf* TRAIV.ACTED
decline and The of the obedient
body, stop the'natural own. percentage
Irritability and snappy retorts take he remarked at last blandly. I
the place of pleasantness, and all sunshine STEREOPTICAN LECTURE make them well. strong and active. I "That'sery nice of Willie" would then become greater Deacon .... (
V .: is djiven out of the home and AND WORLD'S FAIR VIEWS This is because Vinol contains in I said his hostess. you Pickett believes and eventually the --,- -
: lives are wrecked by woman's great a highly concentrated form all of thstrengthcreating ; I habit would become fixed in the entire -
e-! "Because, he went on loudly, Ignoring (
The Brown Shoe Company of and body-building 1
St. .
I enemy-female trouble race. This would take he .. .
some -
t f Read this letter: Louis. next Monday, will give an Instructive ments of cod liver oil. actually_taken f her remark. "In houses where ladles i calculates but at last it would years becomea I ft M.;C-rr.. A -==- '- ciO.Jna2r.
t and interesting entertain from fresh cods' livers .but without I is polite to little boys I don't have to" .- (
Detr)Irs. ho1HA1.
Pinkham- and Retail Dealer
of human aD
S ..J was troubled for eight years with irregularities ment In front of II, O. Anson's store k drop of the system-tlogging oil to I I Willie got his cake.-Woman's Home part nature. .'
wtuch broke down my health and on Palafox street. The entertaiment upset and retard its work. Companion. 11 Steam, Domestic, Anthracite COALOxdor

brought; on extreme. nervousnou and despondency. consists of stereoptican lectures by Vmol creates renewed vitality in I Elevators at Wlndcor Cartle. I U and Blacksmith I
;t Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Forrest D High. The views consist the most natural manner making rich,I I '
( -L ed to be tho only medicine which Stragto Ills Geaeroaltr.' Among,the Improvements which have Office--N 43 South Palafox street. Telephone 93. .
ofVorld's Fair and illustrations red blood. and Building and I'
t helped me Day by day I improved in health scenes in the I Edwin and Lisa are two little cousins been lately carried out at Windsor cas- I' U Yar3 corner Tarragona; and Gonzalez streets. Phones 6 and 372 I tt tt
I whIle taking it until I was(entirely cured. I of shoe making. There will also strengthening every organ body I' of three almost tie by the office of works has been the __ ___ -_ _, ..rS
who inseparableand -- -
i.;; can attend to my social and household duties be a number of local views shown on to do its work as nature intended.1 are I -
and thorough enjoy life once more, as Lydia the canvass which will make the en- Many old people hate .written that I I divide most of their goodies. One fitting of "service" and luggage lifts (I I 4'I

t : K, Pinkhau'g Vegetable Compound has made tainment exceptionally' interesting.The they woula1 not take $l,OOo.. for the:. day Edwin bad a whole cracker, un.I (elevators), says the London Truth. :

me a well woman without an ache or a pain." lecture, and pictures ar es-i good Vinol has done them. I buttered, and halt a one which was Queen Victoria would not allow any i I _; --. -ssss

.rsI. -Mrs.East: Boston Chester Mass.Curry, .43 Saratoga I Street: I pcdailyInteresting and instructive to I In the strongest manner endorse buttered. lie gave the former to Lisa_ lifts to be placed in 'the castle except |II I TTovaar

At the first indication of ill health, school children and Mr. Anson extends and guarantee Vinol to increase the. and his mother commended him forgiving for her own 'use, from the sovereign's ICE COAL and WOOD

painful or i irregular periods, pain In a cordial invitation to' all of appetie, give strength .and renewed away the larger piece. entrance of the private apartments to |I ,

the side, headache, backache, bearing- them as well as the grown folks. vitality to the aged. build up the Little Lisa looked up acutely. Tea." her own suit of rooms In the Victoria i J.f

down painsnervouanessor"thebhues.** The lecture will Jbagin at S o'clock run-down, tired and debilitated, make said she, "he gave me the biggest but tower. The introduction of the additional Consum.r"7iuJu.I Company.
Monday night and'will be for the weak or return to the I
strong purchaser
at bottle of Lydia E.
Aecnre once a .
he the butterest..leW' York ,.lifts.1 great convenience. .
kept 259.r
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and night only. The Buster Brown pictures every dollar! paid for it," ',r. Offlc -Corner Cha,. and Tarragona Phone

: fin ito use. are Inchideo'.m the series. II. White, & Co.. druggists, Press. 1 ,.-Read--. Th'JournaJ"sWa'nl'. Ads J

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.. -__--_____- ___- __- _-____- _- :; THE PEN SAC 0 LA_ J 0 URN A L, FRIDAY MORNING I MARCrt 9, 1906 ..
-- --- -- -

.fl" PENSACOLA'S CARNIVAL ( :o..q...'................"... -... -...-. ,
DYSPEPSIAltayis ..- Hr..a t4-ntn f *".. .. ........ ... ,... ,.... .._
I : tJ-.r : n :V'i .1 : -: "' !!'r! "' & &
:> ....._.. ... ... :
av 1k"L i!'., --- .... .....-.. 4b .. 1 !

Cjfj; TRADE Ii i i {
.'ARK. TO : takea your wo. BEJPERPETUATED thr.o moaihi and Vftn* entiralr cored of niuataek '

4.catarrh I tie. .ten and dv.p..sia.namerrxii tosbs1rwosdsfltsoi.ooipou 1 tber tlifnk so-siIeA a word of remrdiet pr U, is, D on t Make a Mistake. i1 ;

but without a\all aud I flud (ba>Cswrrrt3 rrlieva t.f ( =\
Largely Attended Hitting Prominent Business Men and wniiW moroln tn a day y' tnan" all ta< ethers I have Uen nHi
I h! tEACH Citizens! Jaaiea lleOun*. 163 5lereer St,Jeney City.K.J. : "
; Igi Mistakes Are Costly !' : iii
.. to Be Appointed to I 4d est for, $ ii. .

I Raise .the, $1,000 Deficit. % eis I r.Flj""a..

CEDRIC it! Whatever else you may do. ,don't think pf 0 .Hardware: *aK

CONSItERABLE"EISCUS.SION-? ? {.''been' left undone t<* mate it known ;i 'j:t and Mill Supplies until you see our stock, get our'prices or :

lI _- to the public. CASiOYCAT1IAR11C 5=, asked uSa, few questions about l Issii;
ACTION Treasurer
OF SOME OF THOSE : Binghan's report thovi p j :,
I $t ing; the list of those who had donated .." $ -
WHO DERIVE BENEFITS FROM! I towards: tie carnival showed that the I ::: itf

Why BuyotOfl THE f expense of th game was borne al-f Ptsst.Palatable.l Potent Ta t"Oood, DoGOd I ::! Hardware and Mill Supplies !
AND WHO CON most,ent.rely: by citizens and businessmen .Never H' I< Weaken: or rtnp lie,2e,Sir.X.,..; *
otiilnbntk. The fonme tablet >tamp d cut. s ?
( Collars TRIBUTE BUT LITTLE.King who derive but little benefit from I Qnarautoed to eur or your moue j' bitcit. ,iE
I it, while the saloon men and Sterling Remedy Co.,Chicago or N.Y. 592ArUH.UL p

v.ho should donats liJcaIlwer tbo.-ej, SALE, TEX! MILLION BOXESExcursion ;I j] We have not been in Pensacola very long, but we are most i IrS i

'14'0, we will sell} you a Priscu; nili'oontinue to make I verj- sinai!! subscribers' I I 1 ti.; certainly revolutionizing the hardware business. W&realize i iJI
I ur ply Collar for To
: lib annual v.sUs; ,to Peu.c' :a Pensacola's Appoint Commitete. j j I. ': that we have a reputation to make and we are making it. iam

which hax Marrti>
tScor : I will be perpetuated. This was the I: ways and means for liquidating the i.5 on the modern plan by JJ

I unanimous sentiment of .the large i'i, InJebtodneaj of the association.< The I'JI
number (Jiusjaess:) men and citizens I president will appoint th s ccmmite-! SteamerFlorence : n
who attendee.. the me-:>:ins yesterday-I j later. f'I ;
\\f have, just received a i in the room. of th Chamber of Commerce I W. C. Jones moved that the County' Witherbee I Giving You Just What You Want i

o g shipment of the Royal which had beaa called: by I Commissioners! be requested to make I I

Brand Collars and have aegflpcTe l'resjdentValker Insraham, of the'a donation of $300: towards the c..rnjval :- SUNDAYat t

stock cf V and Carnival Associaaion. I and that the request be presented: :fij
residsnt! ''to at small profit. We handle everything in the Hardwareline :
4 sizes. Ask to see the : Ingraham calle the nu'd- them at the next meeting. ; 2:30 p. m. and
foliar that Is so very I 1i' ng to order with F. F. Bingbam act j r A communication was read Tiiti-it I Ii ::} and are always glad to give you quotations.
popular In New York this t I ing as secretary. Mr. Ingraham explained the mechin':cal prtment. of th. Stopping at the Life Saving! M I

:-eason-the Peoria. !. the object: of the met'tin to i Da.lews.: pledging themselves to', Station and other points :
be to devise ways: and means to :liqui].pay into th; fund ?:30.00> for the ?ou-i! ,
I date the indebtedness: of the associa-'ing )'ear. J..
ton, which was entailed in giving the; j.I j.,Adults. 50. Children 25 I Ii GORDot & BROWN HARDWARE CO.

l last (celebration there being a deficit! I A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES |i h_ -- I I
of over $1.000 and a1':0 'to '
: decide
Itching, BleedIng.! ProtrudIng:
whether '
should cnTitinue or not as in the the celebrations,,):!lSt. Piles. Druggists are authorized to reto ill Mill ON Pensacola Fla. I
I The rrport of the treasurer shown; cure in 6 to 14
I that the total expenses' for the 130Jevnt :) := < LI < : f : : .. U. J rI' :.__ "
., had !been $3: ,.)00. while only]I ,\n ldlthc' \\ titer lioinc*. --- --: : '
S4.200 had been : "Iu the! autduin." remarked" a natural
collected, 1 Isavinjc a !i Soecial to The Journal.J .. _
- -- tUHcit! of lSOtf.; \ ,-Tills wa& !causce-hy;lIst, "the l hird' anti! !eastsof the coca |J Jliltpn.! Mar. S.-Quito a romantIc u- --------- -

FLOR CURIOSITIES.ES. many of the stockholders: not pajiiis; tryside occupy thcmselrrs in prep::.- **** a **i w
LIT, and Stuffed Alligators ready their pro rata of the expense and also I their i,; marriage took place he/e TucsJax Marine Grocery Co
ins ) of winter clothes
siinjjiie'j ,
to' ":11pn"'ot.: for the reason that, many persons: in |: night. Dr. Adalr.: a dentist an.! widjovve i l

Omagt! wood canes with ClI1iatortnn' ; jO'riaeola' who reap rich hanesis( : and bedding Jt as human beings .j of Ragdad. went ,to" t.e:. dcnV' I AMUSEMENTSJames I 604, 606, 608 610 S. Palate it .

.... trom the carnivals had not donated I wonid do. !I'about i& o'clock armed xvi'a a marriage -' Phone 725.
Sea Shells and Shell Jewelry. Shell au\ thing at all ".\nd'by their winter c'.otbes! ," he : l'een-e! L
and accompanied by 1 the
i nd Wood. Novelties. Leather Goods a The1907 Carnival. continue "I do not mean merely the : Methodist ministerlr. ElIlror. The $ ** ,* V. J. VIDAL, Manager.THE .

til'ectalt' President Jn& extra thick: suits of fur or feather hut !train P from 'iI
r ham stated that the east, which arrvtd at'
should"" it b all kinds of artificial% and blankets I ,; HOME_ OF GOOD THINGS TQ
decided mss
Opera House Building to continue lb* 10 o'clock'{. brought from Jacksonville;} !\ % 5\
carnhals in future that couM! which) tBr! 'manufacture them elves."Take EAT
107 E Government St. Pensacola. Fla they > a Mrs': Carter and two daughters Dr.;
not be gotten up for the same amount first, the water ratsvblch Just Received:
o f 'money' as in the and hat the Adair and the widow Carter bid rev1er : ,
L- past! Are famous blanket makers. They fill I Halibut:ChunJts. Halibut Quick LuncH
1907 carnival would cost at 1 least met before but according! ; to prcv-< fancy
R.I K. WHITE, 7000.: Fifteen floats their lairs iu autumn with sheets of :50) kite; oj Mackerel. J1.25 per
wete dusired ious ti)1 e
arrangements they were then! ) kit.
Watchmaker, Manufacturing Jewelerand and Artist Weber could the pray vegetable down that grows on
not .prpae} 50 kite S $1.25 kit.
there united in the holy bonds of mat. per
Graduate Optician. them at a erst cf 150.00 each as he various plants: in the marches and by 50/ kit halibut dna, $1.25 kit.
30 S. Palafox St., Pensacola Fla. rimony in the of the usual per
had in the presence
past PO that there would the banks of rivers and rook& Their 50 kits ofiCod Tongues and Sounds,
"--- not only he an increase' in the cost beds are often composed of ihe soft curious: gang that hang around the $i.s per kit.Bloaters. .

of floats, but also in the nimber. heads of reeds that have l been dried 1 depot. The happy couple went onth MHkers and Roes. Herring

TERSELY TOLD A number ofprominent business m"npiesent and ripened by tb" autumn sun, witt ir way rl'Joic1u'to 'their: home in'Bagdad. Codfish. Picklwd Salmon. Dill Pickles:
spoke upon the question ot Lacer KrouLPigs
I rushes aud vegetable down for bed- : ; German
continuing the e\ents as thy were F iet in kits, $1.00.(
J r. Stewart was a Bagdad .visitor not only advertisements! for ih?' cit>. cluthes."Then. A. :M: McMillan and.'-'Sheriff Vanj Maaewil and LaDe; Fruit Cake.
to 'UP ntxestera'aj.!' bringing immense crowds heie. ')lIt there are the field mice whic Pelt of Pensacp'a ruad -.n bjmg bua.-; ; National Biscuit Co'g Fndt Cake. 2Soper
also served the make-their winter beds with layers of
purpose of keeping pound.
ness trip to Milton Tuesday. ,
<"' 'I.. Wiggins, of Paie Barren wasp many Po-nsacol-ans! at home. who dried l grass anti dead leaves. They are We handle the celebrated blends of
bustnh'o'isitor to Pensacola y't>s)- would otherwise visit oth >r cities. :. also fond cf a few stray feathers and R. II. Bon'fay: a mill-man of Ms-1! Coffee roasted by the Gulf City Coffee

". r.a Stuck the Association. moss, but most of all they prize the> David transacted business here Man- Co., II. P. CWnman. Manager

M. Lindsay! and C. Y. Mayo, both! : white fluff of a kind of grass which day. -. : Oaiaca, Sac lb.; Gold Standard 25o

I r.JJ;: men of Brerarton. were in the cit: Instances of how the association had makes for them a luxurious piattress. Mrs. J. Whitley has returned from lb; Diamond Blend. %5c lb; Golden

:"sterda) on business. been apparently stuck by businessmen Curiously enough; tl-'vy do not care for an extended visit to her .laughter.,' 5't ;: Rio. 20c lb.Strictly .
-were citedby President !ni-i- fresh roasted and as goolas
Mrs. Hood at Covlndn! "-La.It .
wool the hair of animal
sheep's er any
P T. Ewing. of Holt. Fla.. {.wasmong ham: H the visitor in the city yster- ben made with the Pensacola Amn>e- warm as New Orlfans.! \p) nNL Send us your orders and we will de.
"\ ?. on the other hand despite liver promptly.
meat Company the 'the
lay for use of :Mr. and M-s. W. A. McLeol p
opera hou=e for the su mof 573.00.; feathers and are partial t.> !bay and :Monday: !'n Peasacola. __
Bueene Gonzalez: of R'rminshain.on :; When the bill "was receiVtit! was for also dried thistles (a i>ri<-kly sort of bed The friend of Mr. and Mrs. h h '
of Dr. S. M. Gonzalez, is in the!: $100 additional I would hunt for .Sepird
an $2;) having beeujadded one suppose) They are glad to know that the'r little son VVOOO: :
p" '* on a short visit to his father. for help. He also stated: that : wool or hair and when they have eel who nas been critically ill. is now in

Thos W Griffith a prominent nay Mr. Coo of the company had declined ,. l-cted sufficient: weave it up with the. {:i proving. All kinds that you want.

f' stores man of Bonifay, is !n ihe to subscribe to the fund this lear and hay Into a very snug bed." J I Mr. Webber of Pensaco'a, is adding:

I .J.: McCa&killho! has bern visit donation.The hiring of carriages was then d'srcussed. : ?iff ctlLj..fttk ?fw Tf'I!>... I, new Mrs.Methodist Blanche church.Lam r. of Deatsville.I L OAK AND PiNE

111 K in the city on business for Air. Ingraham stating that tre TIle ottstcra' of celebrating e'WYt'U'3 "
several ; ;, anJ Mrs. Mary Gould, of Montonen.; de -
Pensacola Stables had the : day In our own country is larg*- cheaper than can buyit
days loft yesterday for his home charged asscciat.cn J you
I i are the gust: of Mrs D. T. tVil'laniaMrs. :
1 1I in DeFunuk. : $10 for each carriage use! !J. ly due to the Patch. OM Peter Stuy. j Iresant Ellisor. Miss Laelia P llisoranl I anywhere. Any size you

Miss C. Smith vhile heretofore a charge of only $:3J'j made: rrjch of the day and their guest Mrss Edna Lawson: cf, want.
after an extended baa- ben paid. He added that indithlua's ,
.' : cheery assecib'aRCs: were held! at th*
i Montgomery,. ,are attending the Chau-
*1i. to the north has ,
returned to the fould have secured the same: ; governor'home in Nev.Amsterdam.! .
auqua this w 'ek.j E. G. SEWELL
U 1anti
p., street is now located on East Greg-- carriages: for the entire day at the: Tbe Dutch raethad of :kissing the wornj j i Dr. Anderson of Pensacola. mad ;
l latter price, the association
put was '
) en for "a !hari new year' was ob- !'a profes5onal! visit to Bigdad Suida -,1 Phone 614.

Eugene (Delmar was taken suddenlv compelled. W. to pay double.! ida1of j i iCeo. serve.1. and toil tiken o* nil who were !tI Mr. James Stubbs. of BJuff Spiinzs,, '
= Clutter suggested the *
I i1: vesierdaafternoon whil? in the young and bmd)11t' In fact: during I stooped over in Milfcn to see rela 4 ------- _ _---
building! ; a large hall in which!: toive I' -
t. and was taken to his homo: for : the n-'ra of Peter Stuyvesaut New jAmstPnlata j 1 lives this week en route home fromDe'Funak.
I g the coronaf/on balls and *al'l! },
't eatmnt. I II cJo-t"tre11:
I that the admission! charged would i, WItS tl'* niot thoroughly j i < ,
Tf'! steamer Doris i soon pay for the.. same. In addition i!i b*kts.ei coaurry in all Christendom Mr. and Mrs. M. Curtis of Pensv I \ FINE PHOTOGRAPHS.
and !
the bark 'j (co'a w?re the ::
guests Suiday of Mrs. .
aol formal marfcetl ccn'rast to the '
(Trin-li arrirej In port late jesterdamoon ; i it could be used! for other purposes a Pensacola, ,Fla.
; Bryant, Mr. Cnrtis's sister.' ;
'I I'unng the '''ar.0 action taken. staid Puritr.iss who thouglst the orfiervnnce :
tie latter y was \
reaching the hare :Mrs.' Clark of 'he
rn. just before dark. I The chairman of the! advertising::! l ; of thN day; savored strong! one in I -
,comm'.ttee: read a report of what i.al '! of rereace for t the jrl Jar..a auc1 the public school has been quite ill James O'Neill in Monte Cnristo at the Opera House Tonight
: with for night when it is promised that the
Hoses mumps two weeks brut it
Ij.schkoff has returned from ben done towards;\ ; advertising the note of Uielr; first: New
trite made nil i$1 and enthusiastically
Last's' W;ht'4 Play.The rong was { apZauded. -
t'lsmpw hoped that she will soon be able will be revived with a splendor!
trip to New Orleans and is I c carnival showing that coining had Vear'd day in the ; ewrld sac lo piece
rei\ anng to open his new: shoe store I resume her work. ''M'sa Crdrhl) -! GasnonToIark: "; : Stock of stage settngs which win cast Into .
0Government! street. I I record, \Vt- entto"crl; \ 1 betlmes.New mire is! acting as hersubsiitute.3Ir i tented to a wail-pica) : d l: The specialties were all very fine. I *h. RhadA all nrevlous nroaUdions.

THISTLE3 AND DANDRUFF. : York Evening' ;; Post. H. A. Urosnahanvof Peasacn'a, sizJtj: audience last night a ; i :, o stale jokes and no forced comedy J of this-old"-tline! -favorite play. It'has

Hon Sroit! M. Loftin has returned I IAn I \\ n" jKalt.. was a t::siness! visitor: to Milton \Vc1-!Woman Against Woman.". all clean genuine fun, and a lot.been so;.many -)eaxB' ince this/ an-

*""ni OeSoto county, where he ..wentvprat Interesting Parallel' 1 and l a Valuable! A pirl bMe hair is only Kl'.s'iUy!! : nesJay.Cayler:' this U not a new pay! but songs well rendered. "When the nouncewentwas first mAde that
da\8! ago: to appear before the Dduction Therefrom. wavy naturally: 1st inoreasSr.s: the elfect : Campbell l!, of Chumuckla was! certainly one of th, Is on The Pumpkin" and "Fare-f many theatre-goers have almost

more relieves -I
I makes the! I I the manner: ia which It wa i : sung by Bert C. Gagnon I the billboards, for
The many friends of Alderman A.J J J I the land of thistles<> 'ban dos I wave. Befortgoing : when It was put on
I, H D A I'!II hprt.t". who has been ,couri; the scalp cure dandruff. In J I to bed she hru-l.es li>r hair Cured. Consumption. i2st night. It must a \ especialy's llh illustrations. Both were very eaJ the first time, ,but the present production
quite this clever as ? I .
. i', for -neral days will be pleased to each ca-a permanent relief ('aInb'l I thoroughly soil then braids It looey.VIth Mrs. B. W. Evans Cleanla er.; c4 the cast company:F.erm-'I to put J! { I Is on such a scale of ma nili.
. earn that he is now somewhat im-- I c tome from erg.:;.bating; permanently: I \ a d.nup. fOnt, wide ntnhr\t! Kan., writes: My husband lay sick fir! the force life anal pathos The company will' resume l It* M- cence that it gives a new and addel
; >nt here Saturday afternoon th. of Mr.; O'N'eill: !
t '"
, Ir.-OH'd. 1 t ihe cause. A germ tha: plows up the 1 t I reserved! for the punio-3e; shebrushes liJtl.f! three months. The doctors sad: he 'This: 's 'zest to appearance
, J .quired. 'i 'The Hag of Truce, and1I1 element of to
in searching: for the hair root bad quick consumpt.on.: We I. antI a l strong novelty
scalp procure I
the whole Lead!
and Jno.
over i
, I JLen Mr. Bert C. G as :
\\ .I' I : gnon. Saturday night with "Deadwood itself.Invaluable. ,
Brrnp. representing the Brown dan-I l hottle'o( Ballard's Ilorehound: the play
, hlp : 'here it! saps: theitalify, cause i raises the braId from her neck ta re a S" I land: Miss Edith Pollock as ." t
I t'ompan'. of St. Louis, is In the I diuff: fa'.limr! hair. and 'baldness. If I nip and it cured him. That was ;
I II un: move tLe vclght of it from the! roots.Vilb .. I in Thsse two peopla got "
, making preliminary: arrant'f"n loa kill that germ jou'll hays no I six years ago and since then tv'e have their respective parts: all "Monte Cnsto. for Rheumatism.
\ 'her! fliwrs she then! pats the
I for iho stereopUcan lecture at j r dandruff,: but a luxuriant suit; of ha'.r.Xewbro's always kept bottle in the house. We possible: to get. The gr "Montg Cristb," wifh James O'Neill I have been suffering for the pastfew
0 and
into place three
\nsons store Mons-ay; night. Hrrpicide i lit the only hair waves pin cannot do without it For couhs an1 I tcene of Miss! Pollock was : the title role will be seen here to- \ with a severe attack of
rda preparation! in the world that cares holds the braid at the back of the. bead j\ colds it has no equal. 25c, Z 50c and $1.. I years found that Ballazd'!

"-''KR:: :' lur\ night being ah' regular c ilandfuff l and falling hair by killing! The braid Itself Is: still down hut instead j 1 Sold! by al! druggists I Ii : --- rheumatism me and faatiftfaition and tended

'Pr3 the series of games being t t tho.: germ. "Destroy the C3u*(>. you of hantfne;; : from her neck' it i is nt{ ,i 'j I Kememaber the Fuflftme t that gave the only thins
hthe J\"tlY. Liniment was
basket! Snow ,
ball league of .
v M 1. C. A. I J remove the effect. For sale byV the backof! Lor! head.. In tbe inorninft 1: :::n.tw romo Oumme .4.Q. CDfNff'Y to alleviate my pains. Matx-h 24., 02.
two games will be druggIst and apothe&ry. = &-__ f1l;
D'Alemberte. hair is in -
\ her deep that 4Laaa
ad to which wares brmh : to:. 2Sc John C Degnan. Kinsman. Ills. 25c,
the ii invite 1"
"l'It'IIP hOC In.starr.ps
*1haskt ball f=:end ",,-!ten dampened. After her hair Is entirelj -
rules. <-o good Co.; DtrcJt Mich. 'Ir
''4itl"l1 are insuretl} The Grajs wil: : dressed she tics over, it a thin ......... I < __, __''1t*""" ."' ." 4I"!! '''. -. '. .... .. JIIt.
= : *J .. .t t tf 1 ;"
VJV 4 'h.. Blues and the Reds will .. veil for fifteen minutes, and when that i j t I I I .....uu......:..._tt-.itr.U.__ .,.it.."',.t..U. U__.IUf.-. B: ij.U.;':f tt.-...t":,.. J'.It-u"u"__ _:,!"mm 1I.U".Jt t U-lt""U-tt: l II \\hites."warrn Is removed!' head looks as though i j|, Special to The Journal. I I

Hotel arrivals: C. M. Bar it were Just from the hands of a ha r- )I McDonald Ponce DeLeon has moved Mar S.into-Mr.h's! H.new D.I II i | The Beauty of.: Some Pianos

I ,1ar1l*?11 Nw York; Jas. Ashley, AVil_ j Cake aDd SaladSal dresser. only far prettier.. I,i I "idenee. I I ;

\ 'ale. Maine; S. A. (Goodwins! Howard son of H. D. McDonald, received -I 5-s
'tfle: t. (Post. Chicago C. G.Ic:: i: Small Repair ;:>j! a most painful Injury on "Tuesday -. i is only case deep. It is easier to make a pretty case than to put j .tij

.% 1'1Jllrk.Dn1sgn u D, Greer. Atlanta;,. y V.j! Never neglect' small repairs. Th i(! morning by stepping on a nail i music into it. A mechanic can do one-the other comes in the i f fit
111,< Chicago; S. Dominstadt, !; stitch In time saves not only nine, but I i i: which! went entirely through his '{.>ot. Of 4g 1

Oil'a"o.in.. I L Loch and -wifeAnderj. ninety. Don't let buttons hang by I I 1, Rev. J.V| Wheeler and Dr. E. P. realm of art. .

II! 0 < : c. S. W. Martin Louisiana; ,SATURDAY their last thread. Darn small hole( I I I Webb !left for Carrabelle on a proipeetng Kranich( G Bach Lester Mehlin and Clutter Pianos m .
5oss. New Orleans La.; S. A. Never wear dirty or tumbled lace j j tour Wednesday morning. The Packard, ,

f'w,S"st! I n New haven; \\ A.: Howell.. I Brush off mud and bind frayed stirt ': Wednesday was a very rainy day not only have beauty of-case. but the quality of tone the musician i-
Orleans. I I { )
ind. Mrs.;I E E.j.J. Humph Humph., Richoad / frem I 12 to 5 o'clock! Fine feathers make"- fine birds. but uev- here. The ground Is wet and farmers I !;!, cares for and it is of lasting quality. The honesty of these Pianos ci ; .
LOnl .:r go In for only) outside lJow. Your are very much behind with their work.
t1und. (Ind 10d W. J. Knobleabrg RiCh'1 ..at.. lingerie, corsets and stockings should j i j This place will probably he well rep I l:1 begins right. down in the metal plate and comes on out to the ii: JI.

be good; if plain and always carefully i I i r'st'ned! at the West Florida Chautau- last coat of varnish. We'd like to show these Pianos to you and i=t .

h"UfO'.\0SO1Utepure. Goes twice Rosenan 6, Gerelds kept In order. A clean: cotton petticoat : qua on have next expressed Saturday.their as quite intention a number ofattend'ng. i3 explain their merits. We can put a Piano in your home on a first 1 :
better .
Lemon and Vanilla. Is than a shabby silk oneS and ; !
I .. the smartest boots look bad If they areworn !:! payment of $10-balance easy terms. j .I I
Judee and daughter
ec W. W. Scott
deats, the"best ; :
will happen but I .. down at heel or minus buttons cr ; J J
ffo ..
Mrs. visited relatives =
Ruia!"d families I .bl.theLadI'es' Chas. Cotton. at ..
keep Dr, Thomas'TK 114-116 S. Palafox St.
; tidy laces. Remember the outward i -
teier." ap-I Bunker Hill this week. !...1 Oldest and Largest !OJ
e Oil for such emerg ncies. It Clutter Music House Phon. 15 J 'fi
oju", he Society pearance is often an Index of {1' ) The limit of time allowed! by the : Music Hous in PENSACOLA :
pain and heals the Missionary
I hqrts.NiC eon's character Florida
and that one is apt taCet game law having expiredsome of our i

F=RESH BOILED SHR'iMP. .. of the Pmbyteri&a. ch'urcH., ""untidy In one's character who fishermen have began practice on tne :;:.. n1! rt3:, .J"

.61. ""IT... PHONE 154. : :_- ;. .i- '-.----- ttts! of untidiness are liwrnlirt Uv finny trheI !> .* ] W.-. .j'ln.._....f'......... !WJ":;: ..:i ""

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4jg PAGE FOUR THE PENSACOLA_ JOURN A-o! 'FR'IDAV MORNING, M'' ARCH 9. 1906tu ___ .,7.tJbe -

F..Mitchell shall be President!
,7-" D. R:._ 'Saunders.R. : F. ; Jolt!
and real,desire to give :the Russian tbe' world .Q'3ni&de up of mea I-ke: .NTS. Sa1,1, Smithwick andBUCk uaVicePesident: ana: Treagllr-
LtL V d.ISI 'J.H.
government this Mr.. Rockfe-i .. the er; J< J- HaUoran..Secretary; an i j. uSaunders .
people a"volc In their Sunday-school roan Chipley. known to me to be '
ner J, G. Pace John
; H
MIt1taLjr pace
ftttUia idler! wouldn't be dodging process] individuals described by said .names. H
l'and.R.. E. L.
let him SEWERAGE llcCastoshall
would ;
According to latest advices Mrs; servers. The courts and acknowledged. that they executedthe
lor ,the construction constitute the Board
Yerk IIzenei: Is still'hanging on to aone! in hl$ work of strengtheninghis I l PROPOSALS storm-water foregoing instrument for :the uses of Dire
and in pilingcp of ,a system of tors.
mighty corporation forth.
the, purse. 4Still drains and sanitary sewers for the Cityof and purposes therelt1'.set 6
i I strings.'i'i greater riches.Th Oiven"'tIDder hand and
. DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. w.ll b3 received my The hfghest amount of
by Judge William -I Pensacola. Florida March D. 1906, indebte
I Troubles never come singly. Th9; > other view was by TIlE POARD OF BOND TRUSTEES seal thkKSth
PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY I C)clone season and 'spring poet seaSon of New J. Gaynor York In of an the address Supreme last Court Sunday -., at the City HalU up to 1! (Seat) JOHN Notary.Public.J. GIBSON any time subject itself shall be can OVB a

are both with o'clock Fifteenth day of HUNDRED THOUSAND
us. of the
"Corpora- 24
in ,
...BY... New Rochelle on My commission. expires .February
4 tions.! Uses and Abuses," In speaking !iApril A. D 1905. Proposals to be addressed 1909. .' (100000.00).

COMPANY. Kansas, has stopped. fighting the of Mr. Rockefeller be said: to L. Hilton Green Chairman i 7

I THE JOURNAL II Standard Oil Company. It is not diffl- "No amount of mon y given to charity Board of Bond Trustees and endorsed State of Florida, _. i The names residences and amonsu

i cula to Imagine: : who won. I no amount of church or- Sunday- "Proposals for' constructing: Sewer County/ ot Du-vaL- subscribed for by each subscriber.are
of Systems," and: must be accompanied Notary I as follows: ,
ji school amount moneygiven Before the suincribe-t
FRANK L. MAYES, President and General' Manager. .0 JI"("''""".".:,..,;..t.. ,,.''>'iI:>..>..!.J..3...> !J'" to teachings found colleger no which was the with a certified check for the sum of Public. in_ and, for said Stats and I R F. Mitchell Pensacola, Fla. i"

I unpaid wages ,due to labor can ,make five thousand ($5,00000))). drawn upon .:county--personally appeared 'C. H., shares. 1000000.

I' such a character decent or respectable a National Bank and made payable to Barnes known to me to, be the individual John H. Pace Pensacola, Fla 11shares.
I MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. i I'i-i in this country or any other coon- the Board of Bond Trustees. I "'describedby said ":name' and 1000000.>
The work to be done cons'sts: o( approximately -I the J. R. Saunders. Pensacola Fla.
i : try on earth, unless it is an absolutely acknowledged that he executed i*
Savannah News. I degenerate community. I forty-three ,((43)) miles of I foregoing instrument fat the uses and shares. $10.000.00.

SUBSCRIPTION RATES. $ *I "H: is better than Andrew Ham brick' cast iron terra-cotta and ConCrete purposes thereIn 'get> forth. J, G. Pace Pensacola: Fla. ie4;

i?; One Yar . . .. .. .$:; 00 Ono Month. .. .. ... ... ... 45 $ ilton insurance no lobbyistwho ran off I sewers and drains with their f Given under my hand and seal official shares, 1000000.

r1 Six :Mouths. ..... . .. 2 50 One Weeki.... ... .. .. .... 10 to France to escape examination i e- several appurtenances from 8'to S'j j this 3rd.p'ay- March A. D. 1906. R. E. L. McCasklll, Freeport Fh.
Three Months . . .. 1 2a Weck'v Edition per year.l 00 There are very few men to-day lore a legislative coinmitete. I..0" In diameter. Plans may be seen I' (Seal) E. WELLS. 100 shares. 1000000.

whose names are so widely known as his and specifications and bank: fo.ms of Notary Public State of Florida: at IN WITNESS WHEREOF. the t*.
that of. John D. Rockefeller. Hs Las "Has Rockefeller made money I proposals be obta ned either of L. Hilton large My commission expires Jan- fore mentioned subscribers have acr
The Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed I built up a wonderful business trust, hy his superior genius? I of say the Green, at Pensacola or at the ury 27, 1909. unto signed their namesR.

Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. i I and 1 is 'spoken of as the world's richest : no-by railroads! the which superior discriminated rascality: in his office of the Consulting Engineer at -' F. MITCHELL.

-. ii man. Ha, may or may not be favor." Wilmington Delaware. The right i U State of Mississippi. JOHN H. P\CE,
i the richest man but it has been reserved to reject all bids.L. .
,. many Ga nor's any or County of } earl River. J. R SAUNDERS
It is ahat >
Offices.lO8andllOEast Papers on Sale on Trains I times publisher;! that he is, and doubt- view probable If that of a HILTON GREEN, Before tha subscriber. a Notary I J. G. PACE,
of Rockefeller
....... Mr. "
I I Jsss Jt is quite generally believed he the people. Will it Chairman Board Bond Trustees.T. iu and for said State and County, R. E. L. McCASKJ .
Government. Phone 38. 'and at all News Stands. is. The great majority of
foregoing are his, claims to or that of the member of the SundayS CHALKLEY HATTON, personally appeared John A. Ewing

distinction. He has of course, given school class be the one that will be Consulting: Engineer. known to me to be the individual'' described State of Georgia
large sums to charity-to hospitalsand and acknowV
SmaroawJw said
by name County of Pulaski.
PENSACOLA. FLORIDA FRIDAY MARCH 1906 entertainer of him by future genera
1 schools-but many other men tions? edged that he executed the: forf going Before the subscriber a Justice tf

J have done the same thing. schools NOTICE OF INCORP'ORATION.Notice instrument for the uses and purposes the Peace in and for the said su
If it his gifts to ,
Will there be a different estimate of were not for
is hereby given that the Undersigned therein set /orth. and County personally
,. Protest Against r er of infection impo91 ible. him when he is dead That questionis and hospitals future generations will apply to the Honorable Given under my ?hand and seal official Pace and John H. Pace appeare4G. i
Public notice of the location. of such suggested by the publication of wouldn't hav anv estimate of Mr. D. knoajame \
Napoleon B. Browani'. Governor of the this 26th cay of Febusry A. to be the individuals
Change of Schedule. station or stations shall be given and two views of him expressed last Sun Rockefeller at all but being remembered State of Florida at Tallahassee descrSm

the rules ,requiring infected vessels to day., They \\era called out by MRockefe'ller's :-. by these things the fact that Florida on the twelfth day of April,.A. 1906.Seal( l) J. S. -LOVE.' by said names and acknowledge tit
: This week's issue of The Florala repair to such station or stations be- efforts to avoid the service he "hid out" to avoid appearing in D. 1906 for letters Patent incorporating Notary Public they executed the foregoing insp!,

.r1 News contains the following protestagainst fore proceeding to any port of the upon him of a subpoena in a casein court to explain matters relating to I THE 'U. ,R. SAUNDERS COM ment for the uses and purposes! UK>

4 the proposed change in the United $tates shall be published. Said which the state of Missouri wantsto his trust will likely be forgotten. PANY, under the ,following proposal, State of Mississippi.--r- I in set forth.

Pensacola station or stations shall be fully find out the relations of the Standard -Money causes a good many unpleasant charter, the original of which is now County of Pearl River. Given under my hand and ofi-j
eohedule! of the and Florala
1 : I equipped for taking: care of vessels and Oil Company of New Jsrsey; ; things to be' forgoten.The .- ou file in the office of Secretary of Before th'9 subscriber a Notary ; signature this fifth day of :March..

train: of the sick persons who may be on the Standard Oil Company-to certain State of the /State of Florida. Public in and for said 'State and D. 1906. -

; Next Sunday the Pensacola train board of said vessels. other oil companies. The state of Political Saviors.As THE UNDERSIGNED SUBSCRIBERS .County personally appeared.- ,B. ,GEO. F. HENDRICKS J P,
4 schedule is to be changed. This is Missouri believes other (Seal) 386th Dist. G. :M PC
Tne surgeon genera} shall have full the companiesare the warm inter do hereby make application Newton known to me to be the individual ...
campaign' grows
regretted vm much by tha people of control direction of simply parts of the Standard Oil --
: and all quarantine certainly seek to Letters Patent incorporating us and I described by said name, and
parties w.iJl t.
Florala. and in fact all along the line. stations anchorages established Company. associates State of Florida.
and convince of Florida that our into a' corporation-, in acknowledged that he executed the
tt :When the news reaches Florala Interested by authority"' of the United One view was 'gn-sn by a memberof the jople lot we accordance 'with the laws of Florida foregoing instrument for the uses and County of Escamhia.

J. parties went to work at once &tes..A1 tha Sutttfay-chool: class of John D. we are an 'nnhappyoppressed ; under the following Charter: purposes therein set forth. 'Before the. subscriber a Xota-,

r c.rculating petitions which have been i penalty of fine or imprisonmentis Rockefeller Jr. After saying that know because: .that, has'always been 1. Given under my hand and seal official Public in and for the said State ani
the .
.1 P signed; by hundreds and which will be I provided for any vessel officer of great men are seldom appreciated at the case in the past and still The name of the corporation shall this 22nd day of February A. D. County. personally appeared R F

i; sent in to the president at Pensacola. i vessel or other person., except state their true worth by their! own generations saviors come back- and' ask power suffer and- be The J.'R. SAUNDERS COMPANY.: 190&;: ", "j, w.., Mitchell' and J.' R. Saunders, known,
4P Like petitions\ have been'circulated he said: "Isn't it a shame the pay to save again.. Now we mo to be the individuals described
I *
I health or quarantine officers who shall I and the principal office and place of J, e iJt. SCARBOROUGH, o)
: at Laurel Hill Crstvi: and other enter the limits of any quarantine I way they ar hounding :Mr. Rockefeller ourselves to be wronged we. are business Pensacola. Florida with (Seal) Notary Public. said names and acknowledged that

6 points. along the route of this dailytr grounds or anchorage or depart from!, He is I truly a. great man; but not the men we should be, and might branch: offices and places of businessat they executed the foregoing instrument -

l hi. The present schedule gives them in disregard of quarantine regulations we In this age cannot SeC his great stand up for oar rights-certainly I such other places as may become Stat3 of Georgia 4 for the uses and purposes her '
jt4lt four hours in Pensacola returning the ness. Whenever I think of him I these howlers have never saVed U;, in set forth.
or without the permission of < necessary in the conduct of said busi County of Colquitt.
Fame day. If it is changed to an accommodation at the organization hla I I and the probability is they never
the officer in charge; also a nenalty marvel ness. Before the subscriber a Notary Given under my hand and seal ot-[
; those who go there will for disregard of any of the quarantine brain made possl '1e. Perhaps in And even if they coulJ or would wm'l I :2! Public to and for said State ant clal this' 7th day of March, A P ISOb:}
V>ave here in the afternoon. arrivingin to the will his shouldn't we prefer to save
come, peopl see :
:.ti years The appeared W. C. JOHN J. GIBSON,
regulations set forth in the act general nature of the business County personally
the city too late to transact bust: just as we now see the and keep the wages of these dry-
of February 15, 1893. I to be transacted hall be tha buying Vereen and W. IL Barber known tome (Seal) Notarx Pub'ie'!
c ness at night. They will be compelled of Moses Washington and nurses to men?-Jacksonville
; Section six provides that w ere greatness grown ana. ) selling of naval. stores products. to be the'Individuals described by My commission expires :Feb. 24. (SIb
in: to spend two nights and a day there Abraham Lincoln It is evident if Times-Union. -
state quarantine stations and plants I i and dealing in ,such naval stores aid names, and acknowledged that
1jf as the morning raln leaves there at
the products generally factors and they executed the foregoing instrument State of Florida.
;1Et about 7:00 o'clock. It Is generally exist. surgeon general shall ex- ,as on
fmine them before designating placesfor commission; brokerage; buying sellIng for the uses and purposes County of' Walton.
thought that this move is made by the
L. & N. for the purpose of freezing quarntlne- stations with the vl .w. Side : and :leasing' timbered lands and therein set forth- Before the subscriber a Notary
; out the little line of Yellow] River rail- of obtaining* transfer' for.' he"Vaid -The-Sunny of Life other real estate; owningand( operating Given under'my hand and seal official Public in and for the said State ad

44 way. If the proposed change takes state stations to the United State tramroads; owning and operating this :2nd! .day of March A. D. County personally appeared R. RMcCaskill. ..

,tr3. place it 'will practically cut off busi- "and whenever the proper authorities .steamboats tugs barges, schoonarsand 1S06. known to me to be the ro

; fJ ness with Pensacola ana.' may lead to shall be ready to transfer the same or other vessels; acting ,as agents (Seal) J. H. WILLIFORD. dividual: described by said name, an

a boycott of L. & N. lines running inhere surrender the use thereof to the United tot others in doing any ,of ,the acts N.- P. Colquitt" Co.' Ga. acknowledged that he executed 'ae

.- and to ns* of Central line exclusive !States, the secretary of the treasuryis and ,things herein mentioned and. doing foregoing instrument for the use an'
-' all other acts and things incidental State of Georgia, therein set forth.
: r ). which line is becoming more authorized: to obtain title thereto! '
: popular with shippers every da>, and pay a reasonable! compensation I and profitable to said business. Pulaski County Given under my hand and sea) ifflcial .
... Before: the subscriber a Notary this 23rd Jay of Feb. A. D 190
t therefor if, in his opinion. such *
_, The service' that has ben: main pur1chase |
The amount of P. Peacock, personally'apreared -
will capital stock shall Public F.t w'M'M.VILLSON,
or use to the
t) tamed between Pensacola and Florala United States for quarantine necessary be FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND 0, G. Pace and John H. Pace, (Seal) Notary Public

S ti b), what is known as the "Florala poses?* DOLLARS ($500,00000)). divided into known to me to be the Individuals My commission expires Aug.: 10, 19':/ ))
pur-t shares of One Hundred Dollars describe by said names and acknowledged -
train has been of inestimable benefit
d:9: The !sJlary of the surgeon
g ($100.00) each and shall be payable that they executed the foregoing
not on1y to residents along tht"lhic'Iut is'fixed at $5,000 2
iil per annum; and J500.- in cash upon the call of the directors. instrument ,for the uses and purposes
:. to the merchants of Pentacola. by 000. in addition to any sum availablefor $ 4. therein set forth. DIRECTORYJoppa

; :reason of the time allowed buyers in the purpose, is appropriated to' The aid corporation shallexist for Given under my band and. seal official

: 4 the city.between the hours of its arrival carry the"as provisions' 'of the act into 13 nln. y.nine ((99) years from the date this _6th- day of March A., D..1906. Lodge, No. 6, I. O. O. F.
effect. well for the
as purpose generally of granting Letters Patent to it. Seal.) J.' P.t'PEACOCK.
( F.
and departure and in view' of of preventing the importationof N.P.P.C.Ga. Joppa Lodge. No.6, I. O. O.
5. meets Tuesday evening at 7 .;s
(h> fact that the train has been well yellow fever into the United States "The business shall ''be conducted bya o'clock every at Rafford Hall West Gardej:

j patronized it will be difficult for the and for the further purposes in cooperation board: of directors, said board to be NOTICE OF INCORPORATION i St. Visiting brethren are cordially ta-

; ;* public to understand why a change of with the state health authorities composed of not less than nln?. nor Notice i is hereby given that the undersgned vited.

to of eradicating it. should it more than thirteen directors. as pro will apply to the Honorable.' T. II. FLEETWOOD. Js. 0.J. .
schedule; is be made from hours
I bo imported of preventing its spread! \ vied, by the by-laws; a 'president, two Napoleon B. Broward Governor. of the
:J that are convenient to hours that will from one state to another. and of des. or more vice-presidents as providedby state if Florida at Tallahassee Florida 31jan6m.W. $c.

I operate to wince the patronage that troying Its cause wherever the same the by-laws; a 6ecr tary.treasurerand on the -twelfth day of April A. D.

; t2 the road receives: if not make such may be found." \ an assistant secretarytreasurer.The 1906 for letters Patent incorporating Pensacola Lodge. No. 3. K. of P.

t patronage practically nH.Pensacola (The bill has' been much improved j1I/j directors shall b elected annuallyat PENSACOLA GROCERY COMPANY meets every Monday evening at 7:31)

.-t. merchants would do wen! by treatment; it has been made of ) / I) \ the meeting of the stockholders to un'der' the following proposed charter o'clock at their temporary Castle HaJ:J
general application and. of course, it b? held on the third Wednesday In the ortg'nal of which is now on file in over l ou' stable- W. Intendencia &
,a-t to. take all active part in any move- leaves'the states to act .as,they pleasein 1I UII1H .n'\\ '\W I January of each year and the officers tae office of Secretary of State of the Visiting brethren cordially welcos?!

Evnt with a view- to persuaa'ing' the disposing of their quarantine sta. The Way. 'To know By Dobson CoBp.Is rl>..liberal. educaUoo. shall be elected by the board of directors state of Florida. I J. A. KIRKPATRICK, Cc

; L. & N. to run the train on its present tins; but tae Dry Tortugas refuge sta Charity Worker-I virft 4 an awfully ." a at a meeting to be held on the THE UNDERSIGNED SUBSCRIBERS -I H. HORSLER. K. of R & SI"
tovety stricken
tion paragraph remains. True. it is family. today. "I It?" same! day. Until the first election. JR. do hereby make application for
Jack Wero
schedule.TJi ) they ?
very poor i MSO
1i modified by the'provision that other "Pe rful. They are so poor that they "Yes. He's such a total idiot that yon Saunders shall be President; J. G. Letters Patent incorporating us and Ratnbone. Lodge -
refuge stations may be desf&nated; keep ten doss." feel like a college graduate while. la biscompany. Pace aaa'. C. H. Barnes Vic -presl-- associates into a corporation in accordance K. of p, meets eftJ
New Orleans Board. of IleaUh ." our Thursday evening at S:W\)
fte J. L.
but will they designated? Ship dents and Head Secretary- with the laws. of Florida under -
: :, ahould be careful how It offers prizes Island has served this coast well and Treasurer and D. R. ,Saunders assistant the following Charter: o'clock in their temPon"Castle

I4 mosquitoes.. New Jersey might safely as a refuge station for many r S3cretary-Treasurer; and .1. R 1 Hall over POU st3,
Saunders J. G. !Flac J. ''H. R. ble. W. Intcndenc.a; street
Pace. F.
That island .
years. or some other ,
ge 1\\'Iso ;and begin shipping "era In. approximately The nameof the corporation shall knights co>
Mitchell C. H. Barnes. John A. Visiting are
as near ought to be name be PENSACOLA GROCERY COMPANY .
ed in the bill. Dry Tortttgas is too far Ewing. iJ. B. Newton. J. IL Smith- office and dla.lly'elcomecL,
and its principal
,to and the wick, W. C. Vereen. W. H. Barber J. D. KIRK C. C.
The Williams away serve sending Of be Pensacola
Mal1otY- of business shall ,
: ships there would prove _a burden almost 'and Buckner Chipley shall constitute place Florida with the right to establish C. J. LEVY. K. of K. fc 8.

Quarantine Bill.I too 'great to be" borne. Consequently i the Board of Directors., 6. branch offices and places' of businessat Knights; of Columbus:

I 'j4 'The Mobile Register of Thursday we should lose commerce The highest amount of indebtednessto such other places as may be neces Meetings of tti
any guaranty of safety better sary or convenient in the. conduct of Knights of Columbus!
contained the following editorial upon than that which 'would be afforded bya which the corporation can at any b&'l;
said business. are held at their
time subject itself shall ba One ,Million ;
the Mallory-Williams quarantine bill. refuge station on an island nearerto
4 tfr Dollars ($1,000,000,00)). 2 No. 8 West InteaJec-
a4 amen Jed, which will be read with our ports.Mojern 7. The general nature of the businessto cia street, on ever 1
I science has demonstrated be transacted shall be tne buying Monday evening at
more than ordinary interest in this that The names residences and amounts
It Is not necessary to the safety knds o'clock. Aa '"-
and other sections affected bv the of the people onthis coast to subscribed: for by each subscriber areas selling and dealing in all of mer. 7:30 :
follows: chandise, at wholesale and at retail vitatlon j is extended
zneasuie_ : vessel to distant places for J. R. Saunders Pensacola Fla., including all kinds of groceries dry to visiting Knights.

h The anrended Mallory-Williams quarantine disinfection and the treatment of the 1.000 shares 10000000. goods clothing crockery, ,hardware. JOHN B. JONES

r. bill which win become the law sick. but that there is perfect safety J. G. Pace Pensacola Fla., 250 feed stuffs, 'grain and hay; the buying EDM. FOX. Grand Knight

; tiy soon. authorizes the taking over of afforded even at hospitals on shore share, J25.000.00. and sell'ng of live stock buggies wag Recorder.

state maritime quarantine stations by where the scientific protective methods L H. Pace, Pensacola, :Fla., 250 ons, harness and all kinds of vehicles;
the Marine Hospital Service of the are in force, shares. $25,000.00..R. the buying and selling of aH kinds of Pensacola Lodge No. 4, I. 0. 0. ,.
The I last paragraph from Pensacola No. 4 I. 0 O F
United States. which we F Mitchell. Pensacola Fla., 250 turpentine tools and implements; the Lodge ,
Briefly- staled, the bill, the full text have quoted, needs explanation. What shares,? $25,000.00.C. acquiring. purchase, holding and sell meets every Thursday evening at 7 'J

I of which is printed elsewhere today sort of co-operation will the maritime H. Barnes, Jasksonville Fla., 230:; ing.of real] estate. both improved and at the new hall on. West Gardes

provides that quarantine offer in preventing toe la Hade. shares, f25.000.00.John unimproved; the acting as agent for street. Visiting- brethren corlai
t4 The surgeon general shall Jt sliDate'.attabl spread of yellow fever from one state G..ee. ssi SaUn-"Well how do you like It beret A. Ewing Lumberton Miss., other corporations firms associations invited. E. GREENBLATT

t places for quarantine grounds to another? Is It contemplated taat Any ('omplaln't to make about the beat? 100 shares 1000000. and individuals, in doing any and all J. NEVILLE. Secretary

l and anchorages of vessels on or near thhj maritime quarantine fores shall poker. Shad. of Flatdweller No; It'. hot! J.. IL Smithwick Pensacola Fla, 100 of the things\ herein mentioned; to do
The Beecar-Can't assist me, kind fire Daughters of Rebekah.
also you enough but I don't see any escapes.
;L the roast,of the United States (not of sort of land quarantine forceto sir? shares. 1000000. all other acts and things, usual necessary Naomi Lodge No. 10, Daughrt-rs ofRebekah.

I the gulf alone as originally in tne i join the state health authorities In The Sport-What's the vieT You seem _ W C. Vereen. Moultris, Ga., 100 convenient or incident to the conducting meets every Monday cigti

r bill). Where the title to such places maintaining camps, of detention an.l I to be fixed to playa lODe bud. I shares, 1000000. I of any of the above mentioned at 8 o'clock in I. O. O. F hall Vls't-
-'; linn any other owner than the United I quarantine cordons? L\nd if so. how? I W. H. Barber, Moultrie. Ga., 100 !business hug sisters cordially invited to ot present
ii States the secretary of the treasury I The bill says this. or something like tiares $10,000.00.Buckner ., 3 I

i shall secure title for the use of the It. Is the purpose had in mind but it Chipley Pensacola Fla., I The amount of capital stock shall MRS. PEARL WTTKOVSKI.

': Marine Hospital Service by purchase I makes no provision' for doing it and 150 shares 1500000. be ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND MASS WILLIE KENDRICK, Sec

at a reasonable price or by condemnation designates no person or' official to dolt J. R. N wton. Poplarville Miss 50 I DOLLARS ($100,000,00)). divided into ,-

:_ proceedings: 'I 11t "may be a ",eneral welfare shares $5,000.00.D. shares of One Hundred Dollars ($100.. M. 'J:. B. A. No. 81. meets first: as!
t An amendment made Tuesday to the claus. und.r the authority of which R.. Saunders, Pensacola. JPla-, '50 00) each. and shaH be payable in. cash third Wednesday evening at 7-30: P-

i bill limits the number of these fira'* marIne hospital- m'en will, help the sLares, $5,000.00. upon call of the directors. m.. JUfford Hall, No 10. West latea-
tlons to three. states fight yellow fever on land. If IN WITNESS WHEREOF the before 4 -'- *** dencla street. -

Public notice shall be given of the this., is what is meant, we have no objection mentioned subscribers have hereunto The said corporation shall. exist for A. O. FELL Pres.

situation and boundaries of such quarantines to offer; but the language of signed their names. ,
the bill U. SAUNDERS ninety-nine ((99)) years from the date J. L. SWEENEY. See. _
and anchorages. should be more explicit. ,
of granting Letters Patent to it.
I The surgeon general shall establish An amendment that applies to land J. C- PACE. 5- ; W. O. W. I
of the Islands of the Dry Tor- quarantine and not to maritime, wasotfere.1 J, H. PACE W. 'J. "
cm one
JU F. The business shall be conducted bya 'I'' Live Oak Camp No. 1, ;
I togas a refuge Quarantine station Tuesday by Congressman William MITCHELL. and ?-J
C. H. BARNES. board of not Jess'than' three nor meets in Pythian Hall 1st
whereto infected vessels bound for Richardson of Alabama and was U<. A. EWING more than seven directors, as provided -I Wednesdays In each month. Vi.sit1sovereigns *

i : any port of the United States may be the incorporated In the bill.. to prevent J. H. SMITHWICK. by the by-laws a president one : cordially Invited.
for disinfection and the sick for "shot gun" quarantine procedure, BOGHICH C C
sent like W. C. VEREEN. or more vice presidents as providedby I F. A.
treatment: and if, in the judgment of quarters that during which prevailed in certain .W. H, BARBER. the by4awst ft secretary and treasurer -I LESLIE E. BROOKS. Clerk.
the surgeon general it shall be necessary thef'cent epidemic. The office -
The w- _" BUCKNER CHIPLEY. of vice president and i'-
for the protection ot any other Is laudable intention back, of the amendment J. B., :NEWTON. treasurer may be held by one and Woodman's Circle.
or ports on the coast of the Unit- but we see dimculties In Oak Grove. :-0. '.
part the of D. R SAUNDERS. the same person. The directors shall W. 0. W. C..
*d States that additional refuge stations way Its enforcement Some Circle meets every Thurr
times there be elected ',.at'th? ,meeting of ,Woodmen
shall be established he shall are obstacles that even an W a't Star n.*.. Hall. <>r'rPou's
I- 2d floor Pythian
] & & State of Floriaa. the stockholders to be held on the day 3 p. m,
army cannot Jimmlftay.. ypesydeMi. ** .
with the approval of the secretary of cope successfully.The str-
of Escambla, third Wednesday Ian stable, on
agin. Gee! He's fired me so offua 1 County ary- and the
; the treasury designate such stations Of Ceurse.&M7I7 ret: like a CUD! 4 Before the subscriber, 'a Notary officers shall be elected by the boardof Visiting sovereigns cordially Inile-: :

at such points as will be sumclently Czar Is 1 long oa ukases and loSs" '" be .. thoroughly,, up- is2eeeesir11i.haia .. Shortand-X should think ytxj'd feel; Public in and for said State and directors at, a meeting; held on thesame Mrs. Leona Langford, Guardian! ; MrsX. .

: distant from ports__as to render dang, manifestos but short on conscience "N baRDeaa! nnirrrnii' 1'-f **. .more..... ,, 'like.... ...a.-.boomerang...."{ .,.... :reu always. come- County personally appeared J4 a.jjjjjjjjjjjj. day.. Until tha.first: ,election,, R. B., Olseiu Clerk.if .


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\as ed.v1lec atU u!,- atson ParkeKHHH

its ire.03CD OUR LOSS, YOUR -GAIN '1

. We had the misfortune of having a lot of our fine Dress Goods, Linen Lawns and Linen Cambrics, damaged by water. On next .1

:C) : Friday and Saturday (March .9 and 10)), we will give you an opportunity to get these goods-:-some as low as twenty-five cents on ,I

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

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

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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$2.00. for_________$ T I

'J Black Nub Voile, value $1.50, now______ ______ ____$1.00 Black Cheviot Serge, value $1.50, for________________95c I Black Emb'd Eaolean, value $1.25, for_______________ [$

Black Emb'd Voile, value $1.75, now. _______________$1.00 Black Crepe de Paris, value $1.25, for __________,______35c Black Fr. Henrietta, value $1.75, for______ ____ ______90ci


Navy Blue for. _________ _______ 50c
Fr. Flannel (Solid Colors) for_______-_______ ________35c Voile : --; --------- Plain Black Batiste. $1.00 value for_,--- _________ :
( Black Zibaline, $2.00 value, for________ ____ __?5c I --- J
of Black Batiste, $1.25 value, for______. --------------75c ---- Plain Black Batiste 60c value, for____ ______ ________35c If
ateJ Black Henrietta, 40c value for________ ____ ________.25c I '

toed 100 yards English Long Cloth, 12 1-2c values, per yard___________________________.5c 36-inch Linen Lawns; 65c value, for_____ ----------_---_-----------------------

iatru 500 yards Fr. Dimities, assorted checks and qualities to 35c. choice, peryard7 This Sale I 36-inch Linen Lawns, 75c vue, for________________ ----_--_------______________50c

Fine Handkerchiefs, Linen, $1.00 value, for ________________________________: _____SOc 36-inch! Linen! Lawns, 35i v lue, for_______________________ ------______________

reul 24-inch Union Lawn, 25c value, for__________________ ________ __________________lOc Starts at 36-inch Linen Lawns, $1. 0 value, for _____________ ______________ ______________60c

:ialA. 36-inch Linen Cambric for____ ___________-____________________________________18c 36-inch Linen Lawns, 35c value for.__________ ____________------______________ .

200 yards.Soft Check Nainsook, 15c value, for__________ ______________________7 1-2c 8 Sharp 36inch.Linen, Lawns, $1.50 value for ___________ ---- -------------------_______90c II
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now than you will be able to ever build again even In + P

909, the near .future. .Materials constantly increasing in

tary of the Chamber, of Commerce, The J. R. Saunders Company, With a Capital Stock of Half a Million price. t
Chamber of Commerce Appoints and announced ia the columns of thenewspapers. 1

,tar Dollars and The Pensacola Grocery Co. With Capitalof Ask Us for Special Prices.
Vacancy Filled. ; i
and:! Committee to Meet Distinguished -
:1 l.. Walker Ingraham submitted his $100,000 I Apply for Letters Patent. Saunders Mill Company
' in Guests Next Week. I resignation as a member of the boardof ,
directors, which was accepted, and:
anithe Phone 717. 21 East Garden Street.
Harry Kahn of the Welles-Kahn Co., DR.J.H.MOCK H-; ::' I .
was unanimously elected to fill the MANY PROMINENT, : CAPITALISTS a
tai \ special meeting of the board of !vacancy in the beam! .yi 'j; '" H NO. CHUMUCKLA J I
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11 i more ot the Chamber of Com I Dental Surgeon.Crown -- ----" -- -
1 ofblie -:2:
immediate- La
> held yesterday, Grippe
i !
lo() : following th citizen's carnival I Pneumonia often follows la grippe and Bridge Work a Specialty. :::::. '. B. L. HALL & CO.
. 'eting, for the purpose of setting in :but never follows the use of Foly'sHoney WILL HAVE HEADQUARTERS IN Special to The Journal. I
iuuon arrangements for the entertain I and Tar It cures la grippe Painless Extracting of Teeth. __ j Crf WILL SELL FOR SIXTY DAYS
'/ ae i m of the Rivers and Harbors: Com !coughs and prevents' pneumonia and 281/2! S. Palafox St. PENSACOLA. W!' North Chumuckla, Mar. 8.:Miss
mlttee upon the occasion of the Comraltfe consumption. _Ask for Foley's' Honey: 7 and 9 Old Armory Building. Daisy McDa.vid has returned home after FOUR FULL QUARTS
1903Y TL faw weeks visit to relatives in
substitute offered
visit to Pensaoola. on next I and Tar and refuse any Phone 1077. ...OF...
and to I Mr. G. ,Vacher, of 157 OsgoodSt. Milton and 'Bagdad 7r
Tuesday, the 13th instant! have \
transact any other business! requiring Chicago, writes: 'My, wife had a Two new big corporations Mr.'and Mrs 1,[ Miller are'in Milton'this'
Attention President Majes presidedand severe case of la grippethree years been formed in Pensacola; and connected week'on business/ THE CROWN OF BALTIMORE PURE RYE WHIKEY- r
. Messrs T. A. Jennings. C. F. ago, and it left her with a terrible NEW YORKCLIPPER with bqtb-'are men of capital Mr. W. A. McDawid, of Century
F. 7eek, Knowles Iher and Secretary. W. cough. She tried a bottle of Foley's and push which' insures the successof (camp 10) was .at home Friday and
7::3:Nrdea' FOR $3.50.
her imme-
Tar and it
C:. Jones were presentA Honey and gave
: relief. A 50 cent bottle cured both Concern \} he corporations: Mr.' A. Glenn :McDavid was in
resolution: was adopted for theppointni diate
[y las' <>nt of a reception and enter her cough entirely. Refuse substi are the J,' *R.T Saunders Company, Milton Saturday on a business trip. Other brands rock-bottom prices. You get your .

a.mD1"nt committee: of twent>-five. tutes. W A. D'Al>mbert tfruggisi IS THE GREATEST I I with a capital stock of $500,000. and The farmers in this section to are I goods the same day order is received. Give us a trial
quite busy getting ready plant
rom the membership of the Chamber, and apothecary Pensaco'a! Company witha
the Grocery
SHOW PAPER have handled so much''' fertilizer during -order. B. L HALL & CO., Quincy, Fla.
'If) Commerce to take charge of the THEATRICAL i
of Appica-
G.Y. BOILED SHRIMP. capital"stock the past week I have gained froma
'ti\eis and Harbors Committee dur NICE
tions have been applied halt to' each. day.I ..
JOE ROTH. PHONE 154. IN THE WORLD. for letters patent a pound -- --- -'--- --- -
if Ill us stay in the city, the president
hear there is to be"a !basket socialin
7:50 ,I b. a member of satti' committee.The NOTICE.The $4.00 Per Year. Single Copy, 10 Cts. for I by both corporations as South Chumuckla next Friday 4.N.oNNNO.....N.N...N...O.e.Oi............. P1
Committee. notices of incorporation -
will seen by Z
Hallbt of Naomi Rebekah ISSUED WEEKLY. I night.. Hbpe they will have a good f

.:n':d.. Thr I .J I following: committee was appoint Lodge are sisters requested 'to' meet at Odd I SAMPLE COPY FREE. published elsewhere in The jour ths crowd'-Steel and Bridge divide'Fund the Committee"proceeds with to MARION CURRY & CO.
tills for drill. : $ t.-I
T. A tanning C F Zt-ek, Knowles Fellows' hall evening I nal.The !
-1C. FRANK QUEEN PUB. CO.(lid), help old Santa Rosa out of the hole
llvei, Capt. J, Kryger, K O Salnarsb *-- Visiting Rebekahs !in the city ,- J. R. Saunders Company will doa ,
PUBLISHERS and el'ft.ble her to meet Rscarnb half:
Frank Reilly, Wm II Knowles, ly invited. cordial'j I A1aaar.E08IE. 47 w.Sara: sr,XEw Yosr general naval stores business, suchas Baldwin met Useambia jJ
:-t\ttefr\). '. K Yon;e, A, F. Warren Frank J. D. PULUAM, !: buying and selling! naval stores on way half way groaoa'county for a steel l bridgeaeross.Perdidoriver : 16. II. 20 MAhRESA STREET. :
May"., John E. Stillman. W. C. .
8:,OD .lonev. AU>x Usohkoff, T E. 'VelIe-;. MEETINGS AT MILTON products, as factors and on commis- and I don't. th.nk; o PENSACOLA FLORIDA. :
Jraf1 n Hale Wilson W. A. Bkmnt, Max L. COMMENCE ON SATURDAY.On II III sion bujin-g and leasing timber lands they had a -basket social or a guess ,

. \ta. ,,1f'3'', i*. J I, Hooton, W. S. Keyser. C. .[ WINDY VALLEY : owning tugboats steamers' schooners to cake help:party out. or I think any .thing those of wide the awake kind WHOLESALEDHay o
reeLcor \v Lamar. L. Hilton Green J. S. account of a more previous engagement : etc. This firm Ts' the result of the Baldwin county commissioners have :
Milton !
Reese, .Jnbn l SI Beard, Judge L.. J. of the opera house at ,
T'.t>eY' s, .r. )f. Roberts. H G. Debllva Evangelist Heinrich Kegel wil1coninien withdrawal); )Ir. Saunders frcm the the interest and' welfare of their coon
e. secretary Jones is in telegraphic I c a series of evangelistic .1.1I II Consolidated Naval Stores! Companyin ty at heart and are not afraid that a = J :
bridge across the river would draw a i Grain and Feed Stuffs I
house at I
< imnrunicatlon" with Hon S. MPp meetings at the opera Special to The Journal. ,, Jacksonville several weeks ago and little trade .from them.
: instead of Friday !-
trkman of the committee and as Saturday night '
I on Windy Valley, Mar S We have his return hare Mr.Saunders an s }
The Journal
in upon
not, as definite advices as to the hour night a3 announced I been having some rainy weather since:
the r': he commltee's arrival are receiveda of yesterday. March set In. nounced that he would organize a. About tbe Stable. t. Only Exclusive'Dealers in West Florida. Any Quantity. :
nbushaa. roiramme of entertainment will beITrang"d Mr. Kegel ann! his party are now at strong independent company with sufScient The stable should have some means -
: Margaret Hunter was on the Grader. Prices Right. Grades Perfect. :
l. by the president and secre Milton. I sick list last week. i capital to handle the business by 'whIch the foul air can be taken : Experienced tt

.lden..yer1, :Mr: Johnny Edgar, who has been and pay Savannah prices for naval away but.not by J letting the cold air : Trial! Order Solicited. Write for Prices. : 7

attn spending! some time with: his sister, stores.. composed of J R. directly down rpon the animaK. In : Telephone 298. P. 0. Eox 661. :

:i Mrs.Robinson William Point Hunter soon., will leave for Saunders;This company J. G. Pace.is J.. H. Pace. R the middle of bright days a door or :...................................................:
ndeJdht. F: Mitchell' IL Smithwick, Buckner window may be opened the width de-

i I The West Hill Baptht' church :!,'i'l Chlpley and D. R. Saunders of Pen pending on the temperature outside. ...- .- -, .. .--- -- -
OldQuaker hold services Sunday n ght I tiro'".; C. H. Barnes of Jacksonville: Nothing gives the anfmals more com-
Miss! Mellie Morton entertained a' of Lumbrton, Miss.; ;
John A. Ewing lib
economical than
number of her young frie.!ds Wednesday Ga. W. H fort or is more a I
W. C:Ver en, : ; .
. a'1 11 w ev ning at a party a !tier hone, Barber, cf Moultrie Ga.; and J B. eral suopiy of Ix>ldto Sawdust and NEVI METHOD LAUNDRY
F. G. street. The are clean easily han-
310 North guests d. '. Miss machine shavings
)>. F., }S'e-vton, of Poplarv e. .
parteJ at a late nour, all hav anenoyable but lit
73JIlally: ng Big Grocery Company. dled; good absorbents possess .,... .
time. Many were kept at E. W. LAWRENCE. Prep" "" \Ie I W..i Q. tt. Phono 18$
Ll'd len The Pensacola. Grocery Company: tie manorial: : 1 value. Hay straw or
: home on account of the incl] meat,-with a capital stock of $0,000 w.11 leaves, however;add much of value to .....
Those -- --' -----

rr. s and w -athcr Mrs.'D, Morton present, Mr were and Mrs.Mr. engage retail' grocery act'vely business in the wholesale, as well and as the compost! pile when saturated moro ,I ... __ < f""_ ......... C"-- _.....,.",._ .1I.-'II''llJ:2..a: .. 1I'
C'aud! Stewart Misses Marguerite and handing a'i classes of supplies thatm'ght or less with the moisture of the stable ; "

- Clara Hunter, ,M ss Ophe 'A Golvr'n: be needed on turpentine' farm,. and will: be needed for the garden or SHINGLES ASH DOORS WINDOW\ GLASS i'
MissAda Roberts, Miss Viola !Sim.mons ,
rs of RyeTwice. or places of this nature It will have shrubs and lawn next spring. It 19
nightV'lslt M:ss Mellie Mat: Je and Agnes have.served MATERIAL. ,
at its head men who many economy to blanket the horses, whether I' BUILDING
Miss Lulu
Morton May Stew rt, and are
the business wao '
;. Messrs Jack and Haro'd Bcnif pre: thorousbly capable of conducing; It Phone II. H. G. &. CO.
should be used,
Henry Weatherly Mr. Ceve.: Roh,, manner The stocki stable a thick blanket ,
i in an n.to-dat ,,
,KI distilled in. Mr. Victor Mabire, :Mr: John Chestnut ,i holders in this big (concern wh'ci will r while in a warm one a thin one-of burlap tj- _, : -- ''''-'''';'.!! J
copper- Mr. Geo. Hester: Mr. W Hie Bonl- .
I work. In conjunction with the J. R. or other like material will suffice. .. .
fay Mr. Frank StewartMr.. James 'aref. R. F..M'tcheli! ,' the : --- -- -- -' s
oak Saunders Ccmpanj* : Aside from the warmthgives

t 50; and p. ripened in heavily. charred Stewart, Jessie Morton- -' I John U. Pace.. J L.' .K-McCaskill Saunders(.; J. G..,I' blanket 'keeps tire 'eoat'suooth and !I:++......... ...................................,....
end T. ilaynard Suburban
d n.'S.
Trn .
Inten.res. the distiller Courage.True d
barrels-bottled by courage is cool and ct'.m. Hit t I'.- --- Life. 1
I i
smooth andDon't mellow. bravest of men have the least of r !
-is pure, brutal bullying insolence and in the Bread.
- Iii very time of danger are found tl. Hucklrjee! : An order from this list means the ravIng of acme money :
KEEP .OFF' bread is a game our grandparents
most serene pleasant and free. Rag for you.and.Is a guarantee too of purity and freshness :
>. w. spoil treat. by failingto NERVOUS'.PROSTRATION used .to play when they were e health. .
rjsltlJl your we know Scan make A coward forgethimself children. The 'player sat down on a 1 Pure food means good I'
:J and fight but what is done in : ,. '
; Old Quaker." fury and auger ca' jerer be placed to j ensbTon/'clasped bis hands about his:i I. Milk, Dime Brand.,.... .......,..............3 for 25c<< ; dozen. 95c : .
I get the account of rourage.-Lord Shafteaburl. thescle.Ufic knees and at a one. two and three pounds of rtice............................................$1.00
.C. By using food rolled over. The trick is to sit np: 120 Of Sugar,...,,.... ..........................-*........$1.00 : t
Phone 16, Lewis Bear & Co., I again xrithont! enclasping the hands. pounds peaches; pound,Tins, Fine: quality............. ............10c. :
-- St. and 2-10 Main St.. close for only.....25c
404-408 Preserves, regular 37/2c, quality to : j
l Seenlyg Oat of Dancer. Ferndell
Pensacola, Fla. 1 'told A Riddle.! Z California Green Gage Puml. 3pound Tins.......... ........-.-.1=c .
;o.burs<-, a Lady story In illustration Cavendish of the prevallini once GrapeNutsTHERE'S RIddl*.lid.ie, as you'may sea o. Hlrch's Strained, Honey,. bottles..........................10 and 20c : 'tt
leA but never a ka* :
I have many
.. in ia England
Ignorance certain classes back without shoulder 1
.over rye a The Popular i
5 itreet.viteJ.. A poor women in discussing: the pro And arms but no band; 14WG.rdon LAZJACOBY
putty of washing her cb'ld's bead said; A REASON .1, never grow tired, i Phone 183 Grocer. ;

;1 Mrs. De Ruyter ( Holland ) Gin I "I know better than to do that< TT* Though'"- '(Answer-A.forever I cljalrj stand.; :..............".... ...............................

heard enough of water on the brut 1 c

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tI[ I THE PENSACOLA, JOURNAL, FRIDAY MOft..INUMA.RCtf.9. 1906 '. _ _ _ _

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; : 83x22x3323x81 J <<:ss) can woman's I he complete happ


II Hugh Bonner children;, i jt
PEOPLE and EVENTS her nature to love

I The Veteran : want them
I Nhtrnaitiful; so as it is

Seen, Heard and Done Among Those Who Go, Come and 1 'ard the beau-pure

jFiKter' which the
The critical ordeal through expectant mother must pass'

mtf Tarry & Women and Society Here and Elsewhere. however, is so fraught with dread, pain, suffering and danger, that the

: very thought of it fills_her with apprehension: and horror. There is
have been great changes
for the reproduction of life to be either danf'rerou'o
4h 9! ? THERE city of Manila since the necessity painful or

.... g By E. NELLIE BECK. Telephone 669. a Spanish occupation. One The use Mother's Friend so prepares the system for the coming event

".frt: :' ttX8sttnnv:> ":r3 :ttif .. of the institutions establishedby that it is safely,passed without any danger. This great and wonderful

I .Americans that have earned popularity :remedy is always ap- OSS/KS

is the fire department. Much of: plied externally, and 4'tI4

AT THE ZOO. 'The; ; Journal's Dotty Fashion Feature i I the efficiency i which the Manila fire bas earned thousands flI 11 /nAPS

The stalwart Simian on the 1 Imb: CANNED FISH. fighters ,have attained is doe to thework of women thrpugh the \ \szsf \

: I flout with safe contemptuous glee i of that veteran fireman, Hugh tr>ing crisis without suffering.
; '' For. while:! I I'm critiri in'< him, Bonncr who was recently appointed
; i Preserved Bloaters. .. ..25c Send for free book eoalsinn information of :
He cant say' what he hinks of me. deputy fire,commissioner of New York L pneeiwi: T loe to all expectant m" lenl. < Frid
:;* I Smoked Haddock. .. ... 23c
He utters strange anJ chatter:ns calls .! -, {.: I' i Kippered Herring. .. ...25c city for the borough Manhattan.. It Tie Bradfield Rejalator Co., Atlanta! Ga.
I bns been said that Bouner comes near-
.., Kippered<< Herring (Tomato
his bid ftar.
And shakes fiats to me
His wrath on me unheeded: falls- ,,: _.} .. i Sauce).. .. .. .. ....25<: er to being the embodiment of the story
Just as my speech moves not his car. ,'.. I ji Shrimp.. .. .. .. ..lOc book firefighter than any other living ----=
Deviled Crabs, (shells] ).. ..23c man. He i. sixty: -six years of age and -

:: But though the matter we discuss Soft Shell Crabs. ," .. .35c when.he.wa. a youth fire fighting; wag I Fishig.Tackle 1

r In mystery dark is sarouJed quite I. I Clams.. ,.... '. .. .. ... .loc not an occupation of itself. Even the .

This much i is wholly obvious \ Eels (in Jelly).. .. ., .'-_25c city ot ,:New York, his birthplace, We have an abundant suply of Fishing Lines, Hooks Sinkers &

r Each one of us is sure he'8 right.Wasbington 1 I had no paid, fire department. Bonner I in fact, everything necessary to catch the finny denJz-ns of the,

Star. : : ; learned the tinsmith's trade as a young deep.. Come in and see what 25 and 50 cents will do

? -4- man,,but as.a boy he always ran with I
MRS.5UPERVEILLEIS the engines when a fire was to be put !
oe's Eloc
> s"tore.i
b QUITE ILL. 0 ROSENAU & GERELDS.The out; and as 'soon as he was old enough .

he joined a volunteer company and i Fhont 235. 213 South Patina Street Pentami.
The fr'pn'U! of Mrs Superveille i4ijI s. '?c I Ii9f rose to be a captain in the rolunteer ,. -= ,
learn with extreme regret that she I Isti 13 : I Fancy Grocers -
department While he..was fighting a 1-
!( .
:iftrill thOUgh her physician ,
sannot : --- - -
: : ; Phone fire with hIs,rompllny one day he and .c '
crtiealy Superveille, who 391. Pensacofa. ,,_: Fine
r is at Mrs thitrchills with her moth, his men: were notified that they bad I lot of Diamonds at onlyn: I
low for few
prices a days
cr Mrs Janus Knowles anj her sister [been made members of the newly or- Diamonds' them,
to see
:Miss Julia Knowles. has been con'I I i ganized paid department He contlnni

.. fined to her bid for the past week and:J II Ir j i ed in the service about thirty.five years :i iI i -----JF.DAVIS, 213 S. Pa I a fox Si

her relative lIa.ucen quite anxiotn.Ir. HACK NO. 16 I and for over ten years was chief of the ._ _
Super*cPU', w'io! is at their home I ; department raising it 'to a state of ............M.................."...............+:

in Hivaiiah.is been acquainted with I)I Ready at ,all hours to. answer callsto I efficiency ,that made It famous the ., .

...1 bis ulfph condition but it has nut; \ any part of citj First class in world over. About a half dozen years I i
been thought Iwc''ssary to every respect. Fast and gentle horses i Gives a Man Quite So
summoill \ \ I! ago he resigned and was commissioned Nothing
,4 him to her beds:tie. anJ news T! and polite drivers. Phone No. 183;;, shortly afterward to go to Manila and ::1 j
early lnipnmni ia eagerly antics- George K. Faulk.
r. patcd l ly tlu. tmnd undertake the establishment of American !

S :. that charming- ; und popular and relatives woman. --- : methods fire fighting in the capital ]I! Much Pleasure and Comfort, :j

-*- Paper c.UI.s. ; of the Philippines.
GONE TO RESIDE One of the best kinds of busy work | During the 300 years or eo that the *

.f IN TENNES3CE, for little folks Is paper cutting. All dons ruled in Manila they had not Ii comfort especially, as to drop.into a $
\ ; I that is required for this work are a fewsheets done much toward establishing a fire
: '
Mrs, Jo'm \. Byrd! an..1
:.e<- \' noon for Clarksville, T"nn., .. '., scissors for each cutter. First fold the !) ) people there wereonly a few antiquated .
there .
tiff will rofciuV in "
futureThey : paper several times. then cut In it a hand engines manned by vol
home in the after hardday's :
i coming evening
i Rent to join Mr, R\rd who has benin a
; : ; number of notches and circles When unteers. All this has been changed
Tenncisce for som > time A largeS j : > the paper ill unfolded the result will : work. Now, we've got just the rocker t
rowd of fnenda was at the depot to .. '
say; "(Joodbie" 31110113: whom were ;. '. ,,,; be a design that will delight the children 5 or Morris chair-big, roomy rockers with t

nanj High School boys and '. ., and which they will wish to imi S3 :
Rirls ,', '...: ,'. arms at $4, 55 and up to 525. Morris
The instructor! of The High School .:. tate. Having fairly started the little
I tt\ J ._ chairs in $6.50
4 '\pry kindh R3permission! i to the people in this work. the question of prettily.upholstered velours *

pupils' to go I to thE> train to s9 their amusement will, for a time at least be | 57.50, 59, 512, 515 and 518. You can buy :
k: cM tIme friend' off. r settled. They will be too busy L
now and later.
Although the crowd<< tried: hard lob '. <<} copy your pattern to think of anything pay :
cherrfiil. handkerchiefs werelmich :!\ :
else. Later on when they hare
4 !
in oideicp as the train rolled away .,. !
.. become better acquainted with
around .
ond the cure earning tho-e '
t vho can claim as large a list of ,J work theywill perhaps want to attempt i MARSTON & QUINA i

fiieiufe as any Mho ever left J'E"nsa. something original in the way ,

cola with the apparent fate of re- of design

.' maming awaBIRMINGHAM>". FOR EITHER: THE SMALL BOY OR GIRL. When the children.become tired of | 108x110 S. Palafox St. Phone 148. Pensaola, Fla. I

Hr : -.- cutting out let themb7"' 'their patternon *
&np1 WFBC1NG The lilliputian bazars are plajmg iii deep tucks on the,shoulder-line anal white paper tracing on It the oat- ........o......................... .. o....

OF LOCAL INTEREST. the smartest little frocks cut on stitched down to the waistline the line of their design. The ofcer children _______ __ _____u _ __ _. _
the lines of the lltislan blouse for little skirt springing out from this will enjoy this 'and It will be ..... .. .H 'S****** *********##** ***JfSlfiC$ fl*
iJti TIic: Pensacoli friends of Rev J. T point. The broad collar with its deep a
wear by the small boy or girl The l: good exercise: for them In I
drawingMother's DIAMONDS WATCHES |
BlaKeiuor Ikt41 ; minister: learn with Interest of the idea of the little miss affecting what fronts, Jik wise the high cuffs. are; Magazine. | CLOCKS STONE3 BRONZSE iI
'Ht4; recent marriage of'his dal1 ter. MUaIJlancbe might designated as the tailored frock machine stitched and edged with the ,
and Mr. Ernest J.- has taken strong! with the upper embroidery the front fastening and
classes, fact which ma-y' Cam* t 'WeoThe therek. ,
a be noted belt
fttY The ceremony took place at the closing made 'With large motherof
any day in the fashionable parka and buttons. "wind" stands, in the center of I ART POTTERY OPTICAL GOODS
pearl Tha
: of the bride's parents, Kev an.I chemisette is | :
t.: Mri J, T. nJakf'JDorf''illiamon, Sta. ar nues. \ rather heavy white linen of a fine all-over embroiders, and maybe the room the other players, '"weather 1
i lion only' relatives' and imemdiate with a line ejrxt embroidery for removed in extremely warm cocks," in rows. The tour corners of CUT GLASSWARE *

4 fiends being in\iUd I trimming I is used in the dress illustrated weather with much satisfaction to the the room are north,' south east and
The fronts and back are laid 1:ttie one I When the' -
c The bndwas robed In white stilt' west wind points to one '

trimmed with corner, calling out its name, the weathercocks -
L( crcpe |point lace over lit Engraving and Fine Stationery. *
:it chi If 011, and worn a tulle veil, ( Cole of Birmingham and the ceremony DR. i must immediately turn in the r _
ins bride IO;{''I.lis.'i :Mabel 'arTY-I'I was followed)] b>' a large reception WITH opposite direction. It the wind cries .-. J
't: mon i he maid of honor wore Miss Evelyn Heine formerly of Pen- PARTY OF HOMESEEKERS "Westr and points in that directionthe i j j'II'

mb-oidercd tflk trimmed In pink and;t sacola. an artistwho is greatly beloved weathercocks 'must face east. | Mail Orders Receive Prompt AI! ntion. |
Dr. R
carried pink B Crawford, of Chicago irn- :
bj her Crend's: In this city furnished Whenever the wind shouts "Tempestr 1
Tb: trooms best WlSIr.; J migration agent of the Louisville and -
man C. A .
piano and violin
music for Nashville Railroad: is in the city wiU ill must turn around three times, returning SI S
Jotn ceremony and reception another large party of homeseekers to the exact position they occupied i

.1 '-' Ur bride The is Birmingham a lovely and Ledger says "the from the north and west, and from ah before the word was spoken. E.. O. Zadek Jewelry Go. f .

accomplished appearances the visitors are well When the wind cries "Variable! the MOBILE
4 young woman and has friends ALA.
I many pleas d with this :
section of the south weathercocks must sway back and '
3 here and elsewhere. She is promijnentlj BTOH Bosxxa AND HAITILA METHODS BB- ."' 1o.it. '"" '$1- ,
I The doctor, started! south recently forth on their toes until the name of R" it U
i connected In Tennsee anJ FOES: BE IHPKOVU) THIM.: .
with a large part, but of ---- ------ --
many their one of the cardinal points is added. If
( Other states The groom Is a well stopped off at by the work Bonner did in his stay
3it ; Lenten ( Known young business man" various points along the It is south for instance they must I Americans and many of the officers ,
of from
line of the Louisville and Nas"vil'e! two to three years In the city. '
the north. When and men are former United States soldiers -
Mr and Mrs Kirby spent their hon- turn directly: to the "T'i
I % to overlook the soil] and will later Today the fire department i Is the pet :
4,45.L ''e.moon la New Orleans enjoying the come on to Pnsacoa, wind names a point which the weathercocks of property owners, who no longer a fact which makes for good dis
S 'f I iMardi Gras fest'Uties'! and will reside are already facing they do not cipline. There are fire houses, steam
\ in blank despair the burning of
near Osceola station upon their return CRIMINAL move. Any one making a mistake in their and chemical engines and all other appurtenances -
COURT WILL buildings when a fire breaks out
to Birmingham, any of these things must pay a forfeit of an up to date department ]
1 Ihe bride's CONVENE NEXT MONDAY There are over 150:> paid men in the department 1
going > dress
away was The first time that Bonner and
of grey cloth with hatand About 35 per cent of the .
I SpecialtiesWe other accessories his new service were called on to attend
t : to match. The March term of the criminal The Br _* the 8h..v L. .. force are natives but the officers. are
-- a fire in Manila there was great
court of record will
convene here next A boy who had been hired to shovel
Monday, Juu&e excitement in the Philippine city. Ablaze
Beggs'presiding, audit snow from a walk wasted an hour -
: YOUNG CAROLINIAN I II had started in the store of
is probable that the term will be a mer- ,
lounging before good fire, and then
&: a
JOINS THE ILLINOIS.In i quito a lengthy one, as ,there area hant on the Es.colta, the, leading J
I explained, "I wasn't Just sure which Your Last Chance !
I hare a specially view of the anticipated arrival number of defendants to be arraignedfor shovel to use" street. Shopkeepers by the hundredran ,

Ij selected stock of choice '.of the Illinois the set of trial. out into tbe street fearing that 1 I II II'
young society "Your business, said the employer,
it poods for Lent. Some or [ The last term of court was a short their stocks of i
will would be
be goods
( consumed
{, interested in the following whom he -
had Inconvenienced, "was not
them one, but since then
arc a number of important To'dayCloses Our Monster

: : mention of a recent accession to cases have develdped J which with the shovel but with the snow"The Amid a clanping, of strange bells I I
: 1 that battleship's "middies." It I is will determination to clear and a clatter of hoofs iiie new firemen

} : SALT FISH ROE I from the Charleston, S, C., Evening weeks keep or more.the court occupied ,for two obstacles right will succeed. because It away lays 1 made a record in reaching the scene. NO LONG WAITS FOR PRESCRIPTIONS .
| Post and
says Odd and End Sale !
I "Midshipman A. L. Bristol Jr., who less stress on means than on reeultS.I I They obeyed their orders like soldiers'I'I'

SALT MACKERAL, i has been in the city since Harsh physics react weaken the Snow has even been shoveled with the fire, was,Rut out in less than half wi: j jif

I-t., I[the guest of Mr. and Mrs Saturday PhineasI bowels, cause chronic constipation. boards in time of stress. ,Not the sort an hour, and Manila did not get over compounded at Hoot on sW '
SALT POMPANO, Doan's Regulets operate easily! tone ,So you must ACT AT the sensation in week.. i send 'our boy around up auwnacross
I Kent, will leave hers to-morrow for of tools, but the nergy with which we ,.0S' '
I with them without! ext ra
POTOMAC ROE HERRING, J Washington. He will remain there the stomach cure constipation. 25c. use the tools we have, Is the vital mat ONCE if you want to One time when Bouuer was chief of i the cost will be a fair one to rand

i for a few days ,before going to New Ask jour druggist for them. ter. its the New York fire department a firebroke with. If Jon't know Uf' .)'H -]

I KIPPERED HERRING, York whence, he will sail for Cuba, reap benefits. ort on ejection night on Broad I stock gin :you .>',':et (
--- -- -- -- ----- --- our methods, we bespeak
to join the battleship Illinois. His way. A force of thirty I
I men were on
I SMOKED SPRATS, acquaintance.
: mother and brother, Kenneth, went to Circle Ball. the fourth and fifth floors of the burning I: 2Hooton's

:P} CANNED .SALMON, |i Annapolis about two week ago to This is one of the most popular of I MEYER SHOE COMPANY, building pouring water on the

I i be: preserU at the graduation of Mia recreative games for school or college Games when the wall on one side of the I Pharmacy, :

: CANNED LOBSTER, ;: shipman Master Bristol Kenneth but the day taken after arrival ill- fWedding and Is suited to boys as well as girLs : Feet Furnishers For Folks, structure from tbe roof to the pave- :' The Birthplace of Prompt DeUfOtPHONE !
was A circle is formed and one of the I '
CANNED SHRIMP, I players meat fell outward. There was a flirl- 1100
with typhoid fever which
I stands inside The players throw 102 S. Palafox Street. wInd of fame and
Mrs Bristol the smoke and the men .-
i seeing graduation exercises { :::; --
CROMARTY BLOATERS. and attending the german I [ a light, leather ball or basket ball from I 4t work in the buIlding fighting the fireprepared -- I

I Her young son is in Georgetown: Unlersit Cakes. one to another. The one In the center --- --- -- ---, - --- to jump to the ground, thinking :

> } hospital and she is stopping : tries to intercept the ball or make one that otherwise they would be burled OPERA HOJSj: I

Send us jour order by i with a friend nearby: she will be able of the players drop it. If a player In the rninft The windows were I .

i phone.or messenger and to see the midshipman but a few f 1 1We I muffs the ball she becomes "it." or It THE lined with men ready to leap to a'fate I

it will be filled aspromptIj' dajs. as his date for sailing is February have installed our own the player in the center blocks a throw I I that might be death. Boaster Is noted ; ONE ,.NIGHT ONLY[ !
as It you were ovens and now have a complete EDGES'
the 28. or catches a ball the thrower becomes I I for his knowledge! of the construction ,
on spot jourself baking plant! so that we can
4 I; "If OF YOURCOLLARS : of buildings. He knew that though : 9th.
t hi furnish cakes for weddings, entertainments I Friday March
Mrs G. M of Bluff ,
Gentry Sprinzs picnics and home wall had fallen out the others would .
is visiting her son and daughter, Mrs __ probably stand. So he
T GI shouted to the
consumption to order. Name c.t ,
t 'ISoI L. Medlock 1507 and Mr. E. C. Gen AND THENECKBANDS r rI panic stricken The World's Greatest llomaai I \I.Or' :
the kind you want and we will You can break ordinary glass tubing I men:
try, 1503. North Davis street.
furnish it for you just when you by scratching It with a three corneredfile i "Stay where you are. Yon're all .Jn a_

want it. as in making the jets; or by keep. OF YOUR right" The men had so much confidence .I
;Miss Louise Weldon who has been!
Hot Biscuits. Rolls Butter ing the glass and the working file wet In his judgment and were under '
& I
Cahn Co. : the carnival of E R.
Mrs Cobb
1 left last nfght guest for her _home In Al,I I and Coffee at 5 oclock each ,with spirits of turpentine you can file SHIRTS such good discipline that they obeyed, Mr. James O'Neill

I[ban}'. Ga. morning. I the tube apart completely. In the same ARE MADE end thus their lives were saved. t

II I way, keeping the glass and file wet i PERFECTLYSMOOTH J First Only and Posltlrtly Fare*'* I

1 The Pure Food Store, Mss!' Ethel and Miss Susie Scho'ls I I I| with turpentine, you can bore a bole The BeSt Cough Syrup. Tour of J:

have .returned from Milton where I !i through a sheet of glass with a rat talk HERE. t
they file. S. I*. Apple, ex Probate Judge.:
h $uthwest Corner Palifo? and ,IntendtncU went to visi Mrs. George Abbott and !
Mt The Star Ottawa Co. Kan'as. wrtes: : "ThisIs Monte Cristo
her lovely baby daughter, IsabeLIt II Kandy Kitchen Cafe Steam to say that I have used Ballards] ; ...

I f 3176 I i -Suffered day and night the torment Horehound Sjrup for yeprs. and that ,
Phone. t 480 pays to Insist.on having Blue of itching piles Nothing helped me: Laundry. I do not hesitate to recommend it 'a* I THE PLAY HE MADE FAMOUS

Ribbon Vanilla. Absolutely pure. 104 S.Palafox. Phone 999 until I used Doan's ,Ointment It cur-I the best cough .syrup I have, ,
I 37 E i r<>sn bt. Phony 114. everused" t
twice as tar and the "Blue Ribbon .1 PRICES, -25c to $11.0.
l' goes I ed me. pernuenUy.-Hoo.:: John It.j! Pen..cot F1. a5c. SOc and $1. -Sold;by al! a
is rfecion. .
: Garrett, Mayor of Girard Ala. | druggists. Seats on-Sale Wednesday at m** 1

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p- : FOR SALE CHEAP 9 $315000; -- ,--- _T _

IDe ,
Luna Street? .
REAL ESTJTE.INVESTMENTS $1WO-7 south.lots on 1 block Park from avenue car fronting line. 12 N.room 2 story, modem.resldence, 'HOOTON & WATSON

?1200 Guillemarda St. just the place .
-100 feet fronting north on Gonzalez for '
street a comfortable, close home. Successors to Taos. C. Watson 5 Cx
by ,,120 feet,close I
to PalafoL $1050.

$1500-Modern 5 room cottage. East .!r{ rchants and others .4, room cottage,. near R. R. shops, on Leading _Real Estate Rental and Insurance Agency
Cervantes gas bath etc. S considering: change of good street. ,

location, should see $2000'
what we have.to'offer
LESLIE street. Modern 6 room cottage on East Hill.
E. BROOKS on the new
can nOW contract: to List''your property with us for Lilt if Desirable Property for Sale. .

furnish: a store, office quick sale, Money to loan.
2041-Z S. Palafox St. Phone 462.RAL building, to suit Two story brick
or building, centrally located, just off of Palafox

: 'j; your special require: street. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...... .... .... .. .. .. .. ..$10,500.00
OUR SERVICES : meats lea3e or sal: L. S BROWN & CO. Seven dwellings, and a store and dwelling building with nearly half
ESTATE: or 'the land only for a block of ground; splendidly situated on a corner. A bargain

immediate' Improvement Theisen Building. at'. .. .. .. .. .. .... ........ .. .. .. .... .. .. .. ..6300.0
30,000 on lines subjectto One of the most desirable building lots on North Hill on a corner,
acres lands 15
YOUR wood to 25
DISPOSAL. miles of Pensacola our approval. Also fronting south near car line 100 by 150 feet. .. .. .. ..$3,700.00
r cheap for cash
and have an ideal site for Two story new dwelling on corner lot 60 by 125 feet on North

sale quick'sale and rent.; also We city want property your real for large hotel. SPtCIAl BARGAINSFOR Hill.. .. .... .. .. ........ .... .. .... .. .. ...3150.00
A desirable and very comfortable one story, six room dwelling with
estate to tent or'sell, on best terms A FEW
for modern conveniences on the car line, West Gregory Street lot

good service. BE SOLD AT ONCE. 80 by 144.. .. .. .. ... ........ .... .... .. .. .. ....$3,000.00
Large two North half of block 67, New City Tract; 10 lots by 137 ft 6 Inches eacha
story desirable
dwelling on a -
". T. CRAWFORD : corner North beautiful location overlooking the bay; only one block from car

Pensacola Investment Company i WifiBeAs on electric car line on .. ..Palafox.. ..$6300 St., I1ne, rooin-. ... .. .. .. .... ...... .... .... ... .. ...... .$2,000.00I
315 South Palafox Street New two I' Six story and half dwelling with two acres of ground' western -
story southwest
4. H. D'ALEMBERTE corner of Palafox and dwelling DeSoto, suburbs.. .. .. .. .. ...... .... .... .. .. .. ....$1,200.00
City Manager.W. streets, '
Good Palafox. with lot 75 by 155 feet. .... i Two.story dwelling on East DeLeon with enough' vacant 'ground for

H. KNOWLiS, President R. B. SIMfSON, Secretary. For Sale as .I Desirable corner building lot$60U0 on I two small cottages. .. ..... .. .... .... .. .. ....... ..$850.00

j. L ST1LLMAN, V..Pres. anl Cen. Manager.' .. KNOWLES HYER, Treasurer. __u___ -; .. North Hill: 150 feet by 125 feet .$4250 Those having property, desiring to sell same, would find it to the'r
advantage to place same in our hands
.- as we have disposed of about
-- -- -- -- --, For partIculars'apply
Kacl Estate loans General Investments. I FOR SALE-One old fashioned! 'ward.robe' 'rf 4,.. HOOTON &to $300,000.00:; worth in the last 60 days. If you have funds to loan.
In good condition. Address P consult us. If you desire !an agent to collect your rents; or want

215 South Palafox Street Pensacofa f Fl rida. ,!''O.. Box 773," City. SmarSt -Some Leading Real. Agents.Estate and Insurance I fire insurance; or if you want to buy a piece of property and Jon't

I know who owns same consult us.

I FOR 'SALE A. R. Bingham has a 7marlw. I
--- --- I good teamof ___
I mules for sale. See :;
YOU WANT NICE JUICY them on.ht.-;. new float fsb2f


FOR SALE-For a few days only, 2 ,
,. v Groceries at living prices
p\ \t t' on the Square. a call ory" WANTED TO RENT-A neat cottage I lots opposite the Hagerman residence REAL ESTATE I 34. SOUTH III'
? \CIlIt; I of not J less than six rooms."Must New City 62500. Fine location PHONE 54. PALAFOX STREET,
for a horn Apply B. F. Wolfe.
i pounds Standard Granulated be near busines section. Address A. RENTS AND LOANS '
CiUzt .s ISfeblm
Itu.: $1 (M1.- Country Pork Chick- .C. A.. care Gulf )Iac.:1ineVo.rks: and H mes. ___
d. '!1,1! Eggs a specialty. 2marlw. _: / ; it Ul' SALii: -beautiful I tlocfc In New
City.; Tract No. 312. For cash 1603.Housa.. We have the following special bar-

WANTED-You to call at "UNext"Barber ; A1pII, to'A.. }I._ IcMma::. Court I grins In very desirable real estate fora ,FOR SALE.
HELP WANTED Shop at 109' Government St.. lau; few days only. Timber lands
and get a ha'.r! ;".cut, shave, aDd shine J
for 25c. 9marlw FOR SALE-Nlce. clean old newspapers SPECIAL BARGAINS. .

\\\ \NTKD-An: experienced canvasser i at nye.cents'a bundle. This of S
\\'illt'.1. | to take charge of a canvass! NTED.-A. R. Bingham want fice.AUTOMOBILES.. 144 by 192 f'et'.deep on East Garden 2 lots In block 170 New City 80x137::

i. v* my. Send reference and state your moving and haulicg. lie guai I street $14,400.. feet on car line .. .-.. .. .. .. $400.00 t For Sale !

':p-" iuOnly solicitors who can,' antees all breakage. Phone 630. .-I am agent for the 3 lots corner 16th ave. and Gads We are offering all or any portion
Pope Mfg. Co. and can sell auto den street.. .. .. .. .. .. .. $1,000.00
; i I-VIPW business men need apply. I will tune and repair your piano an.!i I you Near Palafox-a 'splendid business of the following, described propertyfor

inK.-r> World, Philadelphia Pa.AVANTKD organ as cheap as any one; guarantee -I from $500.00 up. They cost less than. site. 6 lots fronting Toledo square in New sale (easy terms) for Ole next _
: 1":1.: best and neatest: work. Prompt horses
attention and satisfaction. Phone 802 I I Iin ,sand or anywhere a hcrse; can go.! 5 room, cottage and reception hall, 5-room house with bath and thirfy days: We have them. Several plecdld

-A farm hand. Apply toi 2 rings. J. Conrad Scott. Smarlm Leslie EL Brooks.! I back and front. 'gallery, closets,house: nice sewer connection neighborhood., gas in If every taken room: No. 406 No. 408, :2: houses, West large and email turpentine locations 1

i;. <) .F. Mills. Quintette :Fla. FOR SALE One 2511. P. boiler and new and in good condition large lot, 'nee, .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$1.450.00 at Jackson St., $1200, rents for $11. Saw Mills} and Saw mill locations.
North Some
-. :':! I WANTED-,We want your ord-e s for en'gine portable' boiler' wheels on 8th avenue, between 11th 6 houses excellent bargains In large
on ; In block 17, West King No. 603, 2 houses, North A.
No. 501, and
1907 Art Calendars. and 12th street a';bargain at $1200. email tracts of round and boxed
Over 300 original eng n.}' or boiifer i! in running order.I Trwct. renting $30.00 per month Will St., $1000. rents for $10. timber lands. : t
W.\STEO-A man to run a steam designs to select from. All! Also 2.Jog-.carts; compete;, ready for I lend 12,000.00 of necessary, .. $2600.00All
,! Southern Brick Yard 'I prices. Corner &th avenue -and 12th street, 324, 2 fcouws East Large tracts of Mississippi Delta '
-hovt Apply Mayes Printing Co., Pensaco- service. For Jerms apply to Jas. Mc-|I jf these propositions are bar. No. 322, No.
lip :r. Fla. 8marlw la- 16feb Voy ,& -Co., Cantoncmcnt. Fla., 5 room and hall cottage pantry back and L gains aiij will bo held open for a few Chase St. $1250 rents for $13. and Hardwood lands.
I!t! front ga'lery: gas and city water,, Splendid list of valuable property
23feblm. -ays > No. 503 No. 505. 2 houses corner
W ANTE tli'atold and fine
The location
public to know house
\\" \Xnf---Bright colored boy alMuti new. a large-,lot $17 /0. warehouse location .On for a Colony or Stock:
i II i 10 inak.- himself generally useful. newspapers can oe bought at FOR SALE-My property; 416 E. Brained railroad track cheap. Chase St. and 10th avenue $1200, Farm i& South East Georgia. .

Kaufrmaiiu, corner Romana and Pala. this office for.five cents, bundle. Theyare 'St,' consisting,? .i : :of? four? :.lots 40 Building lots on west side.! of N.Reus 'rOOd 8 per Ct very.1lt mortgages on hand. rents for $12.50.No. Some ..of the choicest residence
;fU\ Smar all clean and nce.WANTED.Electnlc. ., x1O .feet;' a. two.,story.Dwelling: con-I, streetbetween DeSoto and Strong, Best kind of Investments. 315 1 house East Lee street, places 1 the beautiful little city of

: work of alt k'.iid.j tai lng' 6 rooms,.hail ways .bath room I j! $40. .t.v' Property In all parto of city, vacantor $C50, rents for $7.50. DeFuniak Fla .Springs Fla.. and In Milton

nnrigbt:' boy (white) 14 to'' Let ctean; fens closets. and paatry.r.Qn.; car Hue;.will improved wanted and for sale.
j us your recairour: No. 324, 1 house East Intendencia, Our
ofitic. i sell ehUra prop.rtyfo: ? .43000.00.. E. 54 J-3 ft. on West Romana street, at: prices and terms are reason-
'1.; Hars old to do collecting and I dynamo.; jour wiring, etc. Pin '- 30 S, Palafox St. $650 rents for $6. able.
.. '
t .- work. Chance for promotion. Ad- 570. Pen..;icola! } Electric Co... 235 S.naylrn. L. Reese.: -'.!%teb the foot of Spring: &, improvementson PhOne 234.
renting for month No. 312, 1 house and store East Garden Cal on or write to us.
tin. s, application: in own handwriting; I I JUST tUCiJLargc.!: snipmeni! o| property, $13' per ,
---- ----- -"-- --- rents for $9.
., Olive Oil. Retail $4000. $800,
CoO Journal office. 7mar.U SECOND im'bfJrted by pint, .. .
galloa pr.larsier: ; quantity. .n.:Moraaso : MiscellaneousFine 1 house North Alcanlt street $750,
-Hlshfst price paid fee gent's\ 40 ff. -1.0': East .Ro
\"n---[ Ian cook. Apply 227 E.! & Cpvt>htr clothing cnly. Also s.sil second band! 8t..> to*Bass & Ca--a !I $
.. .... mana next good I
Intandencia! SL mch4-lw .L.
: -- *i goods. No..,9.E. Intend en cia. I I --1- ( investment, $4000. ". <* -stationary wedding invitations, 1 house corner B. and Belmont St., .

\v ANTF4)-Firbt class laay; stcnogra NTED.-411 kinds of electrical FORALte1bra'cn.: : J: mules', vislling; ,I::>, tally cards, etc._ Cell! $750: rents for $6. Real Estate '
1 j I f or1 turpentine]'operators and( 'lo iqen.We southeast M. ftobinson The I and !
I'hor. Address in own handwriting work. I sell all kinds of electrical,; 5 lots on the corner of representing" Chas., We have the exclusive agency for

vi'h; references, Office Work Care batteries and other-electrical-supplies; guarafateo"satisfaction,.. ...,Acjdre.85 Spring and Lfc sfVtets-' a 'splendid; II. Elliott. Company)', of Philadelphia. the sale of this property. It you wantto Abstract Company,
.1! irnal. 4mch. { )I \Vid'rma ,& < 9... Q.,_Q...Cobb;.. building sit&-$2500;:-s' < ; Smarlm. .
When you need me ring 345 or 955. buy come and.see us. P. O. Box I
1 I, ager, ey..Fa.; ; ... ... In.l1l'I'I i :- 115. Defunia Spring, FforUa.I .
W. .
E. Peake new Star Laundry 'build- ::..,
'''ELEGRAPHY TAUGHT-Thoroughly In?. E. Garden. lgdee.WANTED.Real I FOr..'SALE-.nrrM' Kymouib occ I Block 107 Efctt King Tract'Belnioiu I live: j la Pensacola corner llth

I by an operator of 18 years experi: I cockerels -ready Ton yard, 15 Numbering on North Palafos: -streer,,: street and 15th avenue,in New City, I :
: : f ?: to I
; LOST :1
PJ('(>. Only school in Florida ; : Estate for sale or I: $$;*15 fes3l'.50' ;;;thinyj! $5"Mrs.; i between- Baylen' ,iaud ..Falafothirty and-wIll" take care of your Piano by

'aught. 25 young men and wom?nl|( rent, lease or excha ge. Your business -. zzieyB.JJitehe.s.:: Cbipley.. .Fla*'. lots, few days onlyat7$5000.I. the year at a low figure. Refelt,

anted bus to learn Telegraphy )'! respectfully solicited. J. A. Wil I: 14febUn:' "I.;: ,. i II I tune, clean out, etc. Phone 802, 2 LOST White and liver-colored point
M: positions\ we have. Typewriting son. Real Estate Agent 22% W. Gov :: I 506 East Jackson street- two story rings. J. Conrad Scott. Sniarlm er dog about two years old. ala '

icnmansiiip and spelling free. Write ernment street Room 7, Salisbury: I I FOR -SALE.-Improved.and ,onirnpraTproperty -'I 8 room and hall bouse bath, gas, a d<>. ---- --- white tail and answers 10 name oi

i 1..r low rat s. Florida Telegraph! building. Phone 172. 23jan I, *d- In .all -parts of the -city.! :lightful' and good neighborhood, lot 9:: Chipley Hyer "Pat. Lost from residence of 1k-

School; (, 45 W. Bay Jacksonville:, ___ J. A. Wilson & Co., Real Es ate'Agent5, c ft. by 150 $3500.: Eggs for Hatching & Pierpont Tuesday night. Return 'It< I
Fla.1 Room 7, Salisbury I!
I building. Phone 18 West LaRua street and receive r -
For Sate From'my prize pens of S. C. Rhode
-- u 11!.. ___ .. -- : 23jan 715 ?C. Baylen street, 8- room two j I)1'isalnd ward. 8mar I IPrOessionalllirectory
----- Reds and S. C. Brown
I Fore .SALE.-O'ne fine extension: story residence. lot 70x125 ft.. every i ; finest in the south Leghorns 12 E Government St.
WANTEDj'SIno FOR SALE-MO acre farm. 10 acres in table modern convenience:, an ideal home pens $1 to ,
pecans; :2mies! south of Chijpley on U. and six fine dining chairs cheap. $i tJ00. j j jI $1.50 per setting of 13; or $C per 100;j
Address P. O. Box 393. I also for the! famous Banta In-! !
.' C. & St. A. R. R.; also 120 acres, 20 H; 25feij. i agent :

,: WANTED-By an old acres improved% miles frooi town.': I; Two lots on Cervantes street between I cubatprs, and Brooders Drop me a) jMiscellaneous '..........- ----._. .
man : gentleman's! place to take ; FOR SALE.-10 roon house Corner' card and I will call. E. L. McFadden
Address J B. :
Ho eboom- ycock.
i and 60x
Baylen Spring streets
tre of and keep in order. Sober an! Smarlm I j lat 3 blocizs: from Palafox, lot 96t Prop.; Myrtle Grove Poultry! Farm, R." THOS. PEBLEY,
iKiusii-ious.i Address A. B. C.. this i j 192 line. For 125. a nice building site, a bargain, CUT J.'LO\VERS-Ortl prompUy
J on oar particulars In- F. iD., No., 1, Pensacola,, Fla. LAW. REAL ESTATE. LOANS AND
.. $1300. carnations
.trn. I filled for roses, flowers
Smarlw i '
quire of Standard
: Clothing: Co 7mai'lm?
FOR SALE Reg'-stered Berkshire 29jan I IJ COLLECTIONS
; and and designs of all! kinds. Miss Scribe -

\\'\X"I Everyone to know that Yorkshire Pigs; pedigrees furnished; j FOR SALE!-2 horses: ; 2 bugges: ; :2 Fve; lots on the southeast corner Smith. 616 N. Barcelona.; Phone 651. PALAFOX AND ROMANA.

I'h., On'atew Fox Visible also fullblood game ch'ckens and eggs< wagons and' harness, also surr )'. A Spring and Lee streets $200.: MATTRESSES RENOVATED. New PHONE 653. S
Types'r all at reasonable prices. Dr. J. S., bargain.: Apply to Mrs. F. B. Rad- tick furnished if desired. All done TAILORING 1... Diamond, Tailor.
', been received: by F. $. McGeachey, Chipley Fla. amarlm''cliffe. 809 N. .Alcaniz St. 4mchlwFRD3H Three lotson Strong street between I in good order on short notice. Leave, Gents clothing cleaned pressed and
'" and is now on display at No. 28Government 10th and llth This1 i orders -at, Green & Watson. Phone| short notice. No. life
!'. GARDEN avenues. repaired on T. G.
.1'" All interested; are FOR SALE OR RENT-House con SEEDS-All k'nds 193. YATES M. D.
7mar '
-lially invited: to. call and inspect taining four roomsand hall1- on Jordan 'of strictly fresh farm and gard'en property is very cheap,at $650. j i | West Government St.. Pensacola, Fla. ,

'n street near 'Palafor. Rent $8.00 seeds at reasonable prices. .\'so th'eW -it !' MRS. H ,S.. CHUNK will receive pu- Idee.J. OPTICIAN
at '
i Money market: rates
month. Address. T. Newell R. F. D. frui and nut trees. Banks Broi.l : pils in shorthand at her residence:! U. PORTER. .EalSmAlrr, '716 Soutt
WANTED: -..Contributions fpr. the Or- No. 1, 'City.: 7marlw; Chlp'ey: Fla. 25feblra:|on Improved or vacant city.property. I S21$ N. Barcelona St., Terms, $5.00 a Palafox street. Orders taken fo 306 THIESBV BUILDIGN

'tuns'' Home: Money, clothes' eat FRESH YARD-' EGGS-Received daily EGGS ror hatching.. frcm care'qlly| I month In .advance. 4mchlmo. tents awnings camp stools and hous _ _ _ _ ii
s'' ''H*. etc.. received. Notify. Mrs. Wm. manted hens. cots etc. Prices reasonable. 81 Ja' :
and guaranteed 25 Strictly thoroughbred _______
every egg ; cents I n
'he. president or Mrs.l.. McK. fowls, and I guaran ee a good hatch. TO U. S. LIFE SAVING STATION i HICKS'4
''It dozen.C: :M-: Wilson, corner Davis I SHIP CHANDLERS-McKlnzle Oer
;Ln 'retary. 4mar and Lloyd ,streets. Phone 620. Stock for sale at r reasonable price! Clair AND leaves RETURN Palafox-The street launch wharf 9 Le-a. ing & Co.. wholesale and retail ehp! \ CAPUDINE

4mar3w Barred Plymouth Rocks, Wh'te Ply and only first-class
\\ \TIII-The: : public to know that I mouth Rocks; and S. C. m. daily. Fare rountf! trip 25 cents. chandlera grocers IHMCDIAT14.T CVH.U
----- I Brown Leg. THE FISHER house of kind in city. fair prices to al.
*, tan do all kinds of repairing FOR SALE Fine.lot of juniper posts I horns; $1.00 per'setting of 15 eggs or Special: rates to parties. Pavilion HEADACHESBretKsup I

"i-jt! building, horse shoeing, etc. J. and cypr ss'sbln'ges! (% Inch butts)I II $5.00 a hundred for incubator eggs I phone 6vJ. *C. H. Burton, Manager. COLDSIN

:'WH'-li Carriage Co. 27febKl" and other tuildlng material. Joel I have 500 ha'f gallon meh4lm'MATTRESSES.WJtoIesale
._ : cans fancy }t'lorI. 0 TO 12: novastrtel

)AKeus.! get Kauffman's prices Frater. Ba len Street Wharf. Cmarlw da Syrup. ,Will deliver at SOc per gal REAL ESTATE AGENCY anj retail FOR RENTFOR : _ _ ktU Mb AI
'I': developing: and; finishing. Best FOR SALE' or trade for city property Ion. Address Plymouth Rock Poultry' manufacturers and 'dealers in

i1. i cat-apesi: [ in city. Mail orders re- I a highly improved orchard of Farm." J. J. Pope, Prop., Dr stolFla. cotton: moss and E. & c. mattressesand SALE OR RENT-r- acre farm;

I't' prompt attention. Romana and peaches oranges and nuts, just coming 24feblm'FORSALE3 ba' springs. Second hand furniture 5 miles from city on Brent road; 7 1

L'-afov! Sts. 20feb. into bearing. Excellent soil, suitable acres Ian1 on -'fcwn Phone 87. bought and sold. Upholsteringand room house all tenced In; 5 fields; 2 Sales. Safes! Safes!

(iH'RT HOUSE DYEING. for trucking.* Good .market. Fjn Point: opposite cty.! near marin ways repairing done. Old mattresses story barn, good water, mail box on

And Cloning: Club. 118 N.Pressing Palafox Investment' Address Orchard. Journal $300 cash; ,deep water'.frontage.. renovated; new ticks furnished ifde. the land. Address "Farm" care Jour., Buy Diebold Safes!

s ill 11i. T. J. Davis, Prop. Your'pat'wfif office. 4mchlw dress Land. care Journal. ": 10 x-b 206 South Palafox Street. !sired.114 i : E. Belmont St., city. nal. 7marlw
Davis Mfg. Co. C. Da-
""' Phone 771. T. Scarritt Moreno
:solicited 'land'thre
: 'd 1 ; satisfaction guaran- FOR SALE80acres good :! FOR SALE-A' patent: right for Flor.Ida. vi$ Mgr. FOR RE'ST.-Cotta e on Bay Shore, ,
Careful attention given ladles'irpau. miles -south of Chipley; Twenty
Good seller.!
There Is line furnished $35 unfurnished
electric car ;
: : money
Phone 122- -!. Sfeb acres in -cultivation and pure spring in this. Address Patent Journal NOTICE otter my services as surveyor $25 from May 1st or earlier Agent.
\\AX: (i'ED.- water. Will sell for cash or on Ime. offie. locat'ng homesteads for the
Hauling and transfer 4mchlw MonoytOL03n.MONEYTO j if desired. L. S. Brown & Co. '6mar -
"' \I.-k. Office phone 363; residence Apply A.' Hogeb 9m, Chipley. ,. Fla... --- --- I people of western counties of Florida. -.--------

.iOlJt' 390. Acosta & White, 22-28 N. 28feb. Address W. J. Stephens. Sr., Lock- FOR RENT.-Elegant 2-story 8-room
T&rraoua_ St. 25mar. Board and_Rooms. LOAN-Everybody borrows hart Ala. l feblm.c cottage at 318 West Belmont St. Ap- Pensacola Si. Andrews and
FOR SALE.hoice block on top money from Jno. A. Hall J& Star ,
I Ingraham at -
WA.\TED.-The Merchants Transfer of the ridge east of thfl electrIc! FURNISHER OR UNFURNISHED Co.16, E. Government street.. Wheu I : ROPKE has just opened a butcher ply to Walker Co.
Gulf Steamship
Ca wants your moving and bauUn railway, between '7th and ,8th streets. .rooms for rent with the privilege In need call on us. Sfeblm I shop arid grocery store corner Davis 25jan

*:. Breakage guaranteed. T. B. Tnor. Nautre haa'.farored this section and It light housekeeping at 254 E. Gregory and Brainard Sts. Your patron FOR REST.-Elegant t\\o story storeroom TARPON
es Prop. be .duplicated.. ." : V. Clubbs.FOIt Phone 557. MONEY LOANED.on alL kinds of personal Laundry : STEAMER : -
Phone 978. ISJunela. cannot 3znar2w age solicited.: Satisfaction guaran In new Star: building,
1\ \\ l'Eo.rb: old gold 'and 8ii.f SALE"-OnJy 4 younj Boar pigasired Terms easy.property J. B. on Gray & Co.,notice.2V. teed. Phone &13. Imarlm. E. Garden street.Laundry.Apply Walker 22dec.In-I I W.C "1AR OW. Master.BTRSTCLAL"3 .
I of Florida NJCELY FURNISHED front room graham, Star PAS.3E..W1: ANDPENSACOLA.
Duke 8923
broken by. out 1165.
Romana. Phone !tebJONryroT.O.ANrO
stuff of COLE3 Contractors
regardless WATTS AND -
up ,
"wlti without
or board
,.401 W. Chase Fftl. rT kE1tYlCEBetwwn
fo ( sh paid. Lightman & Klein, of Orphan "Lee of Baltimore 5S544. ; 'a-nd builders. Estimates on all kind A. R. BINGHAM has storage room' for
1-: vviight.' Phone 1127. All guaranteed with registrations and Gmar2w \ security estate or of building and repair work. Satisfaction rent, suitable for furniture: or other 1 -

W : pedegrees. -Carl Setterlind; Chipley. WANTED few boarders at W' other sufficient by avpl Phone 1208. : and 106 ,South Tarragona
\ TRh-TO lease rb Y-- 212 to ThosPebley, cor. Palafox and : guranteed. office goods 104 MOBILE. APALACHI.COLA. &.
five lag
26nov. ,
Fla. Gregory. New house, good n fgh. 1 208 N. Reus 28feblnz'ARR1AGDS St Phone 630 SOnov
'"'"m 1 stairs. ITnov-c. 1 CARRABELLE ST. ANDREWS .
coitase. or will entertain borhood and on car line.! Uomana. up _
16feblm I
*'ru ''Ox-"n| from party who owns 'lot PORCH ClTRTAIN' -Better than I MONEY; TO LEND-' good -real estate repaired and repainted.I 1 MILLVlLLE.
11111( !! awnings. .Half the price keeps out NICE FURNISHED ROOMS: .
wIing to build for ren.. order. Horse 1hoelIng'a
me suitable cot- F4oats built to !
.tg. P1"'f' and terms must be rea-., the sun lets'' In "the"'air.. Six sizes.: I .Newly furnished cltan anj nice; I.it lowest. security rates.or on Leslie good.E.'collateral,Broo1: s.I specialty. J. G. Welsh Carriage: STEAMBOAT SCHEDULE I And aH poInt. on St. Andrews Bay

1:4"I"! and location nol too far out. Orders being booked for April 1 de near postoEce. Apply at 12SHE.! Fisher building. 21Jan Co. 27feb STEAMER CAPT. FRITZ, J. M.Rdsers CarrabeUe and ApaUwhlcola.
!I'" n'mswer this ad unless can livery. Postal. Box 4$3,' or phone 485;>.I Government street. Mrs. B..31. Trainer. I master. Passengers and SCHEDULE

.: ," I';'! particulars in first letter you as brings samples-' Smarlw 7janlm.OU : MONEY LOANED on-aU"kJnds of personal HACK No 12-Always ready with good Freight ser'lce.between. Pensacola Leave Mobile Feiisacola Ala. Sundae, 1:30 P-

< j''on': price. terms, name of I. property on short notice. reliable driver. C. II. Taylor pro and }Freeport. FIn., At Baylen str t m* for
JI"t 'e, Address ."Good FOR SA1.E.-Nic :.clean, newspapers newspapers at five '.cents bundle I I Terms easy. J. W. Bullard. upstaIrs prietor. Phone 1236. Hackman's Exchange wharf. Wednesdays, Tourists aad 1; Leave Pensacols. 1'iIellc1&). 8:20 p. I
Tenant. Andrews Millviile} .
this ,
office. St. ,
:a't. .!'"Irnal. 2marlw for sale. Only 5c ,a bundle. They and at nice. They' are all clean 2SI&! South Palafox St, Phone 1144. :Pone:' 185.,_ 20feblm"VIAVI others desiring: to'see places Intereston m.lacnlcola.. for Carrabelle and 1ntt'tmedlltepolntL Ap.

mike: good wrapping paper and are Snot :":'The patrons of the ""VlavJI Choctawhatchle Bay and Santa 1

\\ A\: '10-: T- loan money on your just the! thing to put under matting. BAY HfTEL.-open night and- day. : UNLIMITED amount or money to loan I Treatment" .are cordially! invited to Rosa Sound should make this trip.: For additional formalon: apply t J

,W":1' : 'S. jewelry and personal ef-- TYPEWRITERS makes, new and.: ...European plan. "Rooms' light and : on all kinds of personal property. call at- Hotel Southern Mondays and Special rates for parties of tea or 1 J. K. SAUNDKRS.

,1' Highest cash price for old gold second band, for sale and rent.' clean., ..Transient .trade. 'solicited. '' Special rates to business men on large Friofcys"! from 2 to C p.,, m..,where they more. For rates or 'otlrer Information I IE. R. COBB, Pr..ld.nt.

'"I t "-IT. Ughtman &; Klein. 106 E. Phone 380. P. R Bruce, 28.E. Government I'.1 575-579 S. Palafox. ''JM. :8.' Nicoliu.Prop. leans. The New York Loan Co" 2044 i CAirmeetbe' i presentatlveIr.s.. H. apply on board or address P. O.i Gin Frt and Pass ...:.

'r1. Phone 1127. 2m-r [South Palafox. : P. -POOU Phone 1027. llfeblm Box, 692, Pensacola, FJa. Pensacol. na.I I

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Iii -f SHAVING FAD' IN CUBA : L. REESE MENDEL I II I McMillan Bros.' Co. F f. L I

; I. REAL ESTATE 1& "1 _Don't forget That; I
4 I Reese &: -Mendel l,. .

I;j Beards and Mustaches Taken FIRE INSURANCE

,) Off After American Custom./ I I The Home Tailors, I 1 .

You Need TRANSFERS 'I I will save you lots of worry 1ind anxlet). It will certamh C
'Builders 'j save you a nice snug sum of money< In case of fire

It;! I | ,Following! Is a list of the .3efx!$ rc-t -MOBILE.: ALABAMA.MARKETS. I BETTER .
aNewUmbrella TbelV VU1U to"tbe I tPretty
On State.
I corded_ .yei'eiday rep !1'3l.by: The I of -- -- -- Gen'l A'ttr ';
Senorlta Took a Fancy to8t.leol I Knowles Bros
I Pensacola Abstract C'J:. IFir P
r Life ensacou
!Smooth Shaven
Faee Craze ,
W. B. Wright Co. "to Esca'mba: Lana;, .' ,
I Has izt.nded.Inte the Countryside.Old 1! and Manufacturing Co.. all of blocks i I s-- _FL

F ? I .Traditions Set Aside. :'' 1C1, 2S7: :238! 239 all of block. 236 Vix-J: I 'Men'sFine Naval Stores. ___- -;-- -.,- -- ;'T ---

A .man with a,beard ,or mustache is ,''to cept 16.lot inclusive 17. all ,of lots lots 31 1 to to 32.9 and b'ock: 131, Savannah, Ga., Mar. 8.-The naval '++....+......*...+...+.....+++.+........*......+.+...
follows: S
I 't iteldom It ever observed now..on the stores market closed today: as uigreA.ooijA.
j 11C2.: all of lots 1 to 9 and *17'to 27, In.'! . 20
Uetter drop ta and exam streets of Havana in Cuba, following WW '. .- ., .. .. .. 6
i'''clushe, block 172 all of lots 1 to 12 WG. .. '. '. : .. .. .. .... ...6 1K : I Iron Works Supply Co.
i!r. ine ours. Thc\' arc niaJo the craze. of having. oiie's face smooth and 17 to 24. InclusIve; block. ill all l t'r .; .1 co. .. . .. .590M ) and

t -by the n a special dispatch from Havana to the i|1170, all of lots 1 to 6 and\17 to 22. In f fi : K.. .... -;..'... ... .. ., ...520I 5 FORGINGS, MILL AND STEAMSHIP ,SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP :
makers of (becountrj. New York 'i elusive, block 168. all of l ts.i to' C'inclusive' :F . 55
r Globe. This fad among the Clothes. .. :. .. .. :. .. .. 4 REPAIRS A SPECIALTY. Prompt attention given to all *
Best t quality men which bas suddenly manifested block 168. hall of lots S to I II. ... .* ... '. .. .... :5 night. Agents for James McKay & Co.'s celebrated orders
16 and :27! to 22, inclusive, block 233:::;, : day or IAJ and !
itself has caused: an extra demand for I G.- .. . .419to415 i ip Timber Dogs, also chains of all descriptions.! Office phone ti3:: Res .
.. Paragon su-cl frames arc barbers and s .

and Trouser. E .. :.. '0 . .. .. .410 ....................................................: Fif
emergency. block 162: that portion of lot 10, blk ings. D-<;. ?: .. . . . .4 10
3u of Gloria: tine rainproof 172 hounded by S. GO ft. of water line.] . .'.410 .
The fashion Is not only followed by Suits from J17. -0 to $50.00. 'C .. ... . : -- ------- -- -- --- -- ---- --- -- -- --- -
Serge Taffeta Silk S. 1'nc: of the S. 20, ft. of the K. line Trousers from $5.00 to $15.00 I Spirits Turpentine 69? cents.AUSLEy&CO.SRpOgTS. j
"afd or men In society but it has reached every that portion of lot 11 in block 172 included Join our Gen'lenien's Suit Club. jI f.... .......... ..................................
class The Cuban has been I
In the triangle iu SW corner, Costs month for '
only $1.50 -

$$1.50 tO $$4. characterized by his mustache!' and and even beard distinguUhe-JL and "a': of 10.said ft. of. lot.S., having line of said for its lot base and the for its W. ing :anj; snia'j and Cleaning'ot repairs.flelng per men's press and .: !Liverpool' Cotton Market. Close ii jAUSLEY 6 COMPANY I!

I smooth faced Cuban was rare indeed I j heighth S. 20 ft of W. line of'salfHot.' women's Clothes a soecialtv.: J'D.-Feb........"............................. !
i But it Is very different now following ], that portion of lot 13 block 171. con.!I Give us a tral.! We *ill appreciate Feb.-Mar....... ..........................._i.:- Al
the new fad and clean<< smooth shaven '!tamed in a trlange! having foritsLase' jour business. Mar.-April.................................82 +
i I faces are s(>t'n'on the streets In the ; N. I'ne: of said lot and for its hel2htbIS. April.M j ,.................................5.:1
I cares and at the theaters. i I :36: fU of W. lino of said lot. that REESE-MENDEL TAILORING CO- !d&1.J'une...................................5.:6 COMMISSION BROKERS, j i if
1 The JohnVhite Store Even old men" who ided themselves portion of lot 26. block 171 containeda ;, Phone 675. 11 N. Palafox ,St. Jane-July.................... :............6.78
M pi I triangle JUlY'Augnd ............................... 5.50 Whl
a its base W.
0 (pectalift in Men' Wear. on their beards, have given In to the- 20 t ft. of having for Ug1IIIt-8eptember.........................6.. 11 WEST INTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA, FLA. J
dictates of fashion. The change whichis said lot and for its heighth Sep ber.erober............. ..........S.'O t *
rI 205-207 S. Palafox Street. most noticeable. Is more closely!' observed IN. 20 ft. of W. Inc ct said lot that Morris Dannheisser October-November ................ .......5..6
on the piazzas at nighttime, I portion of lot 17/blqrk lt.8, bounded November-December .................. ..5,05;: i Private Wires N. Y. N. 0. and Chicago. i iI
f Phftnf'l 225. when hundreds of young Cubans prom- : by the N. :34: fU of ,the W. line of said (Formerly of Dannheisser Bros.) Derembt.r..J..ouary ........ ............... ,
I enade. lot N. line of said lot and N. 21 ft. orIE. Pure Old Rye and Bourbon Fine Liverpool Spots.500. t ti

I I __ According to a keen observer no I fig.,line block of said 168 bounded lot, that by portion the'N.of 21 lot ft. Wines. Beer ana, Tobacco. New_ York Cotton Market i I COTTONSIOCKSGRAINPROVISIONSandBONDS i AC'S.c1r

craze; has been taken up since the advent ''of Old Hickory Open High Low Co! *
the Whiskey MySpecialty
W. line :
of said KH JJ of the
..... *
of the March. ,. 106. 10.63 10.52' It 63: i
Americans with such a depot'C -,i\ said lot and N. 6 ft. of EL 1'ne: of said ... _. C
..: .
1 12 W. JUy ';? .10.7J: It.82( 10.1f9 lOfti and Sold on Margin or for Investment. :
lallni. Zarragos ,Street Bought
1t of t'nthu It has almost had j j jlot, that portion of .lot 19, block 168 '. 10.83 1082: 108)! liSt *
the effect changing the general appearance contained in a triangle having for its PENSCAO LA. FLORIDA.SHIPMNGNEWS. October.10,21': 1'.31 10.2J 1031 F

<< of the landscape." Pretty II:1S9 N. 6 ft. of W. line of said lot and ----- ---_ ., December.........10,30 10.34 10.23:: 1034: '' i Reference: 'First National and Peoples Ba3\s. Phone 1173 A?
senoritas are no longer fwrenaded by for Its heigh W. 10 ft. ofV line of New York Spots, 11.35 :
youths with drooping mustachios. It'sa said lot, that portion 'of lot 25, block' Wheat. I' ...............4.................................. W

!smooth' shaven face which looks up to 235 in triangle having for its base E. Open High Low Clone
them in the soft moonlight.Just IS ft. of N. line of said lot and N. 22 May_.J67i 77 76?; 77 --- --- --ri. -

how long the crate will holdout ft. of E. line of sad! lot.that portionof Jo.iy.H ; 76'i 777. +........++..+......+.+......... ..............
Is a, matter of conjecture. Judging lot 26 in block 233;) bounded by' N. I : i. .i.iI
I from what has gone before It has a 22 ft. of W. line of said lot N. line lot Arrived. eo }{
and N. 62 ft. E. line of said lot, that Weardale "Br ss, Lornier, 1749 St. I |
splendid chance of becoming a permanent Open High Low Close DON'T WAIT TILL THE tlontile
portion of lot C in !
,44 fashion. Everything American trlange naving for Vincent May..L'J-. 43- <8'i 43*,

which has been adopted here has settled its heighth base N.N. 30 line ft.of said of E.lot line and of for said its Dorothy, Br ssVhjte, 1546, Mobile Jaly_.48J ; 41N 43 aNew I ing I

down for good even the boot. lot, that portion. of lot 7 in block 233 VESSELS IK' fCRT. York Stock Market the

Hacks who came as an innovation and bounded by N. ::Oft.' of the W. line Steamsnlpa.Alioth. I, Open CJoee I HOT DAYS ARE) HERE i i4V (F1
:, are now seen on every street corner of said lot. N. line of said lot and N: Southern Pacific..........._ $} 6'
; DWVfRtD and on the various plazas. 60 ft. of E. line of said lot. that portion to. Dutch order. 8&. Mulda, 1298.. Rotterdam ._ lfti'.i 10H __ ______ four

fo It !<; said that the young men who of lots 4 and 5 in block 235 in triangle E. O. Saltmarsh. Br ss, Rogers A. 8.R.. 135'1. 1 *+ .* enli
first sacrifled their beards Lad mustachios having for its base N. line of lot 2319 Liverpool to Gulf Transit Co.: Atch...' sAja. ''' 4 II.JJ.: before having; a Gas Range installed ale

::1 PI29CHAS.BLUM&CO did so when they realized that 5 and E. 18 ft. of lot, 4 and for the W. Farmsum. Dutch ss, Scheltema ::;::::::::::::::::::::: 1; i iiiaRT. 2 in jour kitchen. They are cheaper 4 tarjT.

f the senoritas were showing a decided I(t side a line extending SB 22 ft. from 1597 West Hartlepool to W. L. Wit. B. & 0 1093; no', than coal and are so clean and always *
I the west end of the said 18 ft. and lor instantly ready.
preference to the tich- Erl* :
young Americans i I ,.IIi 'J.. ; <
1 I who were smooth faced. A panic of the E. side a line extending SW'62 ft. lolanthe Br< as. Hodgson 19..3. St. C.F.I..... 6t W'j ldJlM
.4 hearts ensued. from the NE corner of said lot 5, that Vincent to Gulf Transit, Co.Kirkswood. .. tf-8. :302 40*; f DO IT MOW \ :
517 AND 519 WEST BAY ST.. A meeting was held in portion of lot 12,. block 162 bounded Br ss. Larson 2095. Lon U. 8.. preferred............... 105>B' 105J the
'1i :: JACKSONVILLE. FLA. a fashionable cafe. "We will show the by N. 45 ft. of the W. line of said lot, don. H- K.S.... -x,*.; :.-) was
.14 4 : girls thlte can be just as adaptable.. N. line of said lot and N. 50 ft. of t Pleamoor, Br ssPrest 2803, Mobileto L. & N......................... IH 146 Pensacola Gas I men
!I as they are. It's cruel boys but we'll east line of said lot, that portion of master. i Lead. 75 771 Company
I* A GOOD CARRIAGE. 1 have to shave them off if ....e want to lot 23;), block 171, bounded by N. 46 ft. Secunda. Br ss. Donnelson 1309, M.P. ., 88 9J -J
keep our sweethearts." of the W. line of said lot, N. line of its 1&* navaaDd;
f! Tenereiffe to The W. S. Keyser, Co. Can.P c. | Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. |
The Cuban girl of today is quite a said lot and N. 20 ft. of E. line of said Tugela Br ss, Lacock. 2148. Vera 170J4 171}
When N.Y.G..
you want agood: carriage.j i different person from the girl of tea lot, all block 3, New City, also block Cruz. P.O 14J 06*; I4ft 97RIYG. :................................. ..............: Mouvbh l
prompt service and safe and careful'treatment ', years ago. With her wonderful ndap- numbered 161. Water Front Tracks Vivlna, Span ss, liustinza, 1J83, Liverpool US 127' ,

t remember the original I!1 lability and elasticity of temperament mill etc., ?125000. to Gulf: Transit Co. S-P.................. ...... 1.1. l79LI. : -,- -.. Lava
: HACKMAN'S EXCHANGE. | she has thrown aside the traditions J. J. Hooton to Patrick Rosenberg ............................ 26.i 2G
: PHONE 185. lot 26, block 107 East King Tract. Ship. 8 B.... 39\ 4A( LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD COMPANY hI-h
It founded j i, of centuries, In consequence of which East of Tarrangona St., $40. Avon Ital aSlp, Avegno, 1601, Genoato Pena* ...... 13-j'i 13S extr
was in 1892 and It bas a the ;young American stands just as and Local; l Time Tables Between PonstcoU and Fc-ntt! North. dred
tt reputation for polit and careful drivers !i C. R. Herron to Louis, Boley an undivided _Rosasco Bras, v, U.P._ loftJi; 152 Through -
: good a chance as the handsome young portion of Casanova stat OK. Avejno 1069 "- gree!
Grant UP
.: :4 and the best informed cabmen in $1. READ DOWN READ
the city. Following are the members I Cubans. J. B. Vaughn Jr. to Clia Kilby, Nth Genoa. )* Ausley &. Co's Daily Coton Letter. Trains Nos. Trains Nos. COVJ
Vffi and their hack numbers: In many cases be has beaten out the of lots 25 and 26, Sec. :36: T. 1 S. R. Elvira. Port ship.. Rodriques. 1488 Nw York Mar. 8.-The English 2 4 3 1 foul

r A. M.! Poloraan No.1 ; A. J. Leggett, i men who are tamed for their lovemakIng W.. 883; acres. $400. Lisbon to order. market this morning was somewhat 1l:05pm 1l:55am I Lv..ensacoia. . ..Ar. 5:00am: 40llll'' ; Sorct tion
No. 5 J. Stallworth. No. 7 at their own game. Hundreds ot Mrs. A. A. Jernigan to J. P. Wil- Orpheus Aust ship Medanic, Tries. lower arrivals in Liverpool being ,
,1. ; ; R Morris I 6:30am: 6:20am: Ar.. . .Iontgomery. . .Lv. 9:35pm; t llJ.D: outla
I .j No. 8 S. Jr. wealthy Cuban girls visit New York hams Co., lots 11 and 12. block 2, 50 I te. quoted 3 to 4 points down while spots ,
; Sunday No. 11 ; C. j I 1l:45am 9:10pm I Ar. .BirmIngham .. Lv 4:20pm 8 3: have
tic; H. Taylor. No 12 O. nnd ft. E. front on Commendencia street Barn were reduced 5 points on sales of 15,. I .
Abdelcolhe assimilate
; No. every year they very soon -] 1:25pm 3:17am Ar..Nashville. .. ..Lv. 8:45am: I 2 .a8:00pm d,
fl; 15; R. J. Parker. No. 18; T. H. Hear- the customs of theAmerican, girls !! by 121 ft. :5; inches'on Main street Wa Adele Swed bk,. Janee. 596 Havana 000 bales. Later cables reported ai- i .. .. 'T7arn'i.,-- by
ter Front. Taxes for 1906 Due Ital l bk. Olivarl ditional sales of .000 bales making a i : I 3:37am Lv.Jasbvilie. 1 ties.tloo.,
.t' old. :No 21 ; S. Dibbs, No. 26; M. Petj,j and have to be paid Cuiginl. 1253.
leaning toward
I a I j .Evansvlle. .. 3:00am 9 :' "1 .'
Ar. :
terson. No. 30; A. J. Braswell, No. 77 I by grantee 3000. Genoa to order.Ciampa. total of over 20.000 bales sold in that 15am 8:15arn I .a.r.1 I.
; smooth
All the above are nice, closed car- 'I shaven man. Emelia Ital bk, 864. Ha market and private cables reported 7:40am I 2:10pm Ar. . .81. LoUIs. .. .. 8:45pm. :3; ;1"7:50pm -
riages. When they get back to their native ': The Original. vana. the spinners of both the United King ":::27am Lv..NashviLle . .-\r. 8:27am'-:: ")'

Signed J. STALLWORTH. Pres. home their old admirers come cocking '! Foley & Co., Chicago originated Elvira, Port bk, Rodriguez 1586 for dom ...and the Continent buying 2:10am I 8Mam; I Ar. ..wulsville . .Lv. 2:4al11:; I !I' ( ; Ill
: By C. H. T.VYLOR. Sec and Trcs. I to see them. Of course they are very !1 Honey and Tar as a throat and lung Dela.goa Bay, with 701,539 s ft sawn heavily.In 7:20am 12:01n'n I Ar..Cincinnati . .Lv. llOOpm: r.I; :;, >
1 i much surprised when the girl says "I 'remedy and on account of th.a great timber. 291.922 s ft lumber. the face of such a demand forth
: think you would look so much better } merit and popularity of Foley's Gudny. Nor bk, Saanum, 821, Hamburg actual 'stuff who would care to Between Pensacola, Mobile and New Orleans.
4 It you shaved off your beard." I. Honey and Tar many Imitations are to master. sell cotton short? Certainly man
Florida 5&.11
and Alabama : Then again a Cuban maid was never -i offered for the genuins. These worth- Pedro Lacave, Span. bk. Maristang, in his right senses would expect a 6&7 2&.3 4&.1 3&2 1&4
I seen alone on the streets. The girls :lEss imitations have similar sounding 509, Savannah to Rix M. Robinson. a'ecllne' of any importance whatever 7OOamll:05pmll:5CaniJLv: | [ :: : :.Pensacola.! .Ar.$ 5:00am| 4:00pm: s'!"t"
1 LAND COMPANY I names. Beware of them. The genuine Providenza, Ital bk, Olcesc. 1185.StarthE'm. when tha whole world Is buying the 10:45am: 2:55am: '! 4:1pmIAr, ,. Iobne ..Lv.12:4flamjll:59am| : 1 PRE
I I who now go at about first their business unac-, Foley's: Honey and Tar is In a yel. Br bk, Maltland, 121%. stape at any price they can get It. ,6:00pm: | 7:15amj, 815pmAr.': New Orleans Lv.:| 8:15pm|. . .... :: TI
Manufacturers of rompanled threw mortification low package. Ask for It and refuse Antwerp.,, On the other hand reports from most
1 and Dealers in Into the hearts of their admirers. They any substitute. It is ,th, best remedy Thomas. Ital bk, Lano 803. Naples sections say. that every acre of ground Flomaton. Pensacola and River Junction.

; ::3LUMBER; SAWED CYPRESS SHIN. I were Just a little backward In sanction for coughs! and colds. W.: A. D'Alem. Umberto I. Ital bk. Olivari. 766. available is being planted and with 2i i I :5) j 1 | 3 I Trains do,not stop at stations 1 2 | 4 | 6 -
I j GLES ANt KILN-DRIED SAP.SPRING I ing such freedom. Not BO with the berte, druggist and apothecary.c6F'F'EE. Genoa to Rosasco Bros. anything like a favorable season there }ail>'|Dall>'|DailyjDaily|$ where no time_ is shown I Daily} |DallyDai| ,jl *
-___ I young smooth shaven American who Schooners.Lizzie ., will ,ba such a crop raised as the .
; 4:55 ,2:201: Z:0: ;, Lv.. .riomaton .Ar. J:4a 1:25IS::;' hi
i ,;;.-- -'WJRI'T..__ I took time by the forelock and steppedIn B. Demiaon Am sch. Peck world' : This never leaves dreamed the of speculator a few years be- L. ".j.' :.s'.oo 2:351: :55.-! p .'. .. enfu.ry ". .. 12:40 1:21/ 8:2: cola

while the young Cuban made up his 452. to master. ago. . .. .. .. 1. .
tWOn the Devil and the dep sea. He ... 5:071: 2:4lI:05: :: .Bluff.Sprlngs :133 1:1: 8':1:: : : teat
mind.It Horatio L. Baker. Am sch, Mohr does not care to take the chances on .. .. ._.511' :_ .. .. lcDavld. .. : LOa,8.0: ,1 The. .
I Is a well known fact that the Cuban 720. Lagua to J. A. Merritt &: Co. such a proposition while at the same .. 5.1't:: 3:04i3:36, /. : ..Pine Barren .. ..1%:08 J2:5:1 7:5;, fair t
men have the greatest admiration Thos. S. Dennison, Am sch, Wade.' time h.3 believes cotton under present . 3:131.3:501. . .. lollno.. .. ... ..11:59112:4/: / : fall f-:
I antI esteem for American customs. and 1329. Baltimore to order. conditions worth more than present ... .!.5431.; . ..: . ". Quintette . .'..11:511-1:34: .7:3: .1 will 1
I are as eager! as! their feminine! rela. I,, We are the Pioneer- I' Bar:
I tlves and sweethearts to copy the modern Coffee Roasters Beatrice Am bktn. Casaveggto. 1430 to sell the new crop months . .1.5:53i.3:2 ..: . ., .Cantonment . .11:40112611:31: : noon
institutions! of a free country. Kctterdam to Pensacola Lumber Co. i short en acount of the influence a . ..1.6:0W3:3W.:23.Gonzalez.: $ .. . .11:3 .l:211.1: : G temp j
UNDERWEARAND They've adopted a lot of Yankee West Florida* Caroline Koch. Dan bktn. Holm I heavy aaVance in nar positions .. .1.6031.3W4:25.; : \. . .Roberts. .. .11:3.1:191.1:1, :: ttreh
ways but nothing has been of such Fort de France to McKenzla Oerting I Ii might have on the general option list. . .,. : :..;) : .. .. .Olve.: .:.. .11:22'.12:0'.7:1: Of ;yUtariktiyestmovland(
speedy adoption as the smoothly shave i &: Co. Private cables from Liverpool reported ... ... .6:21 : ...: .... . .Brent. . '; ... : !. %: .. : !
en face. Among the an utter absence of selling or . .. 6:25: 3:5W4:5: ... ....Goulding.. ...l1l112:01:: j "!&), J
i HOSIERY. I was a reason which younger has already set th been're ; UGH'SBLENDS Gives Health. Vigor and Tone. i ders, liquidation was stopper. nothing .. .... 6:30! 4:00: ; 5:001 Ar.... .Pens.t.cola ..L.v.11:05. ;; 11:55 j/II:/ ') "Tl'
II offering and any favorabl3 circumstances 11 r'f
1)11 P)fo27f I 1'- jS2A
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eXllalned.ow the fad has extended Herbine Is a boon for sufferers from '
ili would precipitate an advanceof I. .. Lv. Pensacola.. . : "
Into the countryside, and the anaemia. By its use the blood is : : 1:001 .ArOsor: 1030j.; .
young good proportions. On the whole .. .. . ., . '
: .Bohemia .
t w"ho have : quickly and thecola 11:154..4:13' .1.10:171.( In :
: delighted In their A trial; ) regenerated .
peasants. ,
mustache no equal. ,
i Our line of Spring sentiment) seems decidedly favorableto .11:1.1.( ..... :15.7:11 .. ..GuU Point .: .11:3.10:15:: :. . 11 "
becomes drooplps Yorl
( as a peacock does In his ti>athpr8.ride 1 normal. The : ;; the market. However there are .. .. .. . It ,01
Underwear and j will convince the con strength is revived. The languor Is : ...-. .: .. .Ynle3tra. .. .... : M'.01V
into Havana beardless and Immediately 1 still too many uncertainties on th?genera 1 ., ,
diminished. Health vigor and .11:2.. ... .1.4:181. 7:18.. . .ts; <'ambla ,. ;. .10:28.10:101., thUD
; Hosiery for men is purchase! a new American i i noisseur that we1' predominates.' New life and happy tone ] situation} to expect any sensational .11tt: : ... ..4:25'\ 75f; . ...)Iulat .. .. .. ..10:19'.10:01: . .. St. ]L

now coming in and razor. It's an ill wind that doesn't make no extravagant activity results. Mrs. Belle H. Shriel.Mlddlesborough south's advance evldnt especially in view of the .11:3 . ...:281..f.. .. ..Harp. . .. ... 9:58: 1. ,, 1:1: In tsout1114theAtI&] ,
Intention to
4 blow a barber a good thing now and Ill.. writes I have the I : .. ... : 7351":; . .GaUCH}... .. ..... 9:511. ]
although to what
beingopenedonourshelves. then. claims. been' troubled with liver complaintand remains acreage to be consumption 11:58... ... 4:4'; ') 1:3 .. .:\Illton ...... 10:05. 9.71.: . .
They are of seem as ... .. .Good .. ..... 9:28. . '
t blood and have found'nothing show' that : :OOj.- 1". ..S 151&uat
poor figures it must be large .
; i unusual excellence n.....".... and Reality. to benefit me like Herbine. I crop or famine. a i ; 5:1St l. : .. ....JIolts.. .." .' 9:10' .. . I 1..
7( The young man had pulled the youn. i Wholesale and RetailGROCERS. hope never to be without it. I have Cable' advices announce that on .12SI..I.5:35: : ;,. 8:301": .. Imgan.. . .. 9-1.. S::.31.! ", r t..
this spring possess woman up the hill on the toboggan' i wished that I had known of it In my Thursday thre will be published, in 55/8381./ .. .'..Crestview.. .# '. : 8UI. . 1 I
ing great value and ; hnd was amazed to find her moodily husband's life time." SOc. Sod! by Manchester 'a statement showing i'a: : : l3I j i. 8: lll..t' ,-.Deer Land .'. '; .8:3 J At I. : : alto

worth. 6Ut'nt1111 they reached the top. all druggists. stocks of cotton in the hands of British S :23I..I. .. .'. 9101 ... .Mossey Head '.. ..1.... .I.. .. ..... . .; ,
,; "What Is wrong?" be asked. and Continental spinner,*. These 3)3() :. ,..!.... 935:1: :J.. .. IeFiln'ak... SprllJ'g. ...! .. 8:13.-, :Arka
S 3:18.1. .... .S ,. .>. ....\r Jle... .-. . : .I" "Uj
"If you had any romance shout you. and all kinds of FeedStuffs Escambia Ledge, No. 15, F. & A. M. statistics are being compiled under aj \ 7,44..1.: ., "
9.-14/ .
; / Underwear, you would' have taken advantage of the Special communication o{ entirely new plan inauguartcd with 3':401... .... : /.. .'.Ponce. leL.eon . 1/.1./ . .! IonglDd,

fffl 25 and SOc. f occasion and the opportunity to Eecambia Lodge No. 15. 'F. & I great sucess over Europe by the International 4:0I.) ,..,, "... ....,......\eshille. . 7.1./.1./ . I, ', .
.II0IQr..t\ .
say i, A A. M., will be neld Friday Feaferation of Master Cotton 4:0S: [.......... & .'Ca-.Llll": :. '. ,. ..... .1.' . 1 ToraJKe)
Men'sHosiery you would be happy to pull me" up I evening March 9th. at 7:30 I Spinners and Manufacturer's As- .. ... ... : .. .Bonifay. . ... ; 12f.. .... . .l 1 !
the hill
f ? ': of life forever and et'e'r. sh. o'clock. Work in M. M. Degree. ''soclation. but we are inclined to think 4:33t.:: .. ..... . 10: 1.9 .- .. Clpley..- eo ;6I..I.: ... .I' ':
10 to SOc. sighed."But iPluto Water Visiting brethren fraternally Invited, 'this will b? one sided for' the same .... 10.018.. . 'Aycick: .... .. : .. .
I-but V- C. D. BEYER.W. reason that th Cinner's Associationin : ... 11:011.. Cottondale. . .1 6..1.) .. -1. 1" rpeelafter
;1i "But last summer when we were I G., DAILY W. M. this country was said to be one 5.161..1.: .. ... 1151.. .... .1Iarlanna .. ;. .1. .. .. .! .
i p boating you said yon could think of no Secretary.. sided by the spinners. In other words : .. .11"..' .. .J. .C y P. . ...,I. 6:00.: ... ... . .11 J_ rrjv. :
: *; brighter future than to drift together Wholesale and Retail, self interest to a certain extent, will C .... .U:5:!". Grand Ridge .. .. ... . ** i
O ANSON down the stream of life.. i! : predominate but there absolutely 1:151..1... ... ..t.1:0: % .. .. .. Snpad8. . 5:32.: ..... .I. .1. tn wtre&5hauRilOo.wasas. (
H. "I know dear but when a man pullsa I 35. :" ..... ... ..e 1..1.1"lIe no 'cause in the immediate forecastfor .... .12:15. Ar.. River Junction Lv I. S: ... ....! to .
hundred and fifty pounds of a girl I New Orleans Grocery Co. %." cowplaiuad] the 'arlevi\ ; a material decline and we there- AM I I I P1.I P_ 101.._ I ATr
rather I save spent nearly $15.00C long side "
favor the 'on all
CASH CLOTHIER up a half mile hill he hasn't enough I fore rec s- l S8i p on signal.Subscribe. ,
,.. breath left to say what he thinks. tn that glrTi education! and !sow M' II sions and regard short selling as extremely -
coee Ud m.., a $2.5Xt a elect hazardous.
I Drifting In boat him ,
Corner Palafoi and Main.. ; breath and more a. time gives to think.and more>:is Jas. McHugh ..Wet"",......'....... "'inhly.1a'ttltu1a'm NICE. FRESH BOILED SHRIMP. for The Journal $ el1C'. '
JE5 p. CftIt.oa yesvwtqesu.wtatr I'
--- I 'laborious Trtbuii. work for his arms.-cblcago I Phone_ 10& Proprietor. 'II'f' U JOE ROTH. PHONE 154. geneIpn a

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