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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 10, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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I THE WEATHER: Fair Saturday; Sunday fair, followed by rain Irt the aftternoon:..or by night; light variable winds becoming east. ..J
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IStx HUNDRED MOROS KILLED TO P PREVENT THE NIGHT THROUGH TRAIN BETWEEN1!-1 _





BY TROOPS IN PHILIPPINES FEVER THISYEAR. I PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVILLESensational






Fifteen Enlisted Men Killed and PASSED- BILL TO .. . Murder Early I Double Daily Service in and Out


S Sixty-Two in Others Fight. Injured ADMIT OKLAHOMASenate Yesterday in Atlanta, Ga. of Florala Commencing


Treasury Official Designate i Sur- Sunday.6t10URSINTIIECITY
By Associated Press. Mrs. Standifer alleged that she committed .

!Atlanta, Ga., Mar. 9.-A sensational the deed because her husband
I geons to Visit Parish. and paid improper attentions to the vic
4BAND OF OUTLAWS Disposed of Measure by "w murder was committed early today '

/ HAMILTON ILL to Inspect SIitSIX i ment). whenMrs.. E. M. Stand iter shot and tim.Miss Whisenant was to have been
Close Vote of 37 35 I
almost instantly killed her sister Miss married next Wednesday to a young
Chappell Whisenant. Both are under business man at Seneca S. C.

Had Been Defying American Yesterday. SURGEONS DETAILED TO NEW twenty-five years old. Mrs. Standifer was arrested.
Who ., Will Be Allowed Visitors Under the
Exterminated. BE SUED BYN.UIFE ORLEANS AND NINE DETAILEDTO -
Authority New ArrangmentPENSACOLIANS

Provisions Regarding Arizona and VISIT CENTRAL AND SOUTH I Testimony of Westcott Read ______ f


ACTION INVOLVED CAPTURE OF New Mexico Eliminated. AMERICAN PORTS-INSPECTION, in the Greene=Gaynor Trial CAN NOW VPSIT

TO BEGIN MARCH 15. I
STEEP MOUNTAIN THE SIDESOF fLORALA AND RETURN THC

WHICH WERE STRONGLY VOTE ON BILL CAME AS CLIMAXTO '" I By Associated Press. evening. The reading occupied five SAME DAY-NEW TRAINS BENEFIT '

By Associated Press. Savannah, ''Mar. 9.-The conclusion hours. a
FORTIFIED AND DEFENDED BY DAY DEVOTED EXCLUSIVELY United States District Attorney TO RESIDENTS ALONG P. &
I To Recover Moneys Expended by Washington, 'Mar Treasury officials of .the testimony of' R. F ;Westcott,
Stinson, of New York, was a witnesson
AN INVISIBLE FORCE OF MOROS TO CONSIDERATION OF] have laken measures to pre- father-in-law of Capt. Oberlin M. Carter the stand.this morning and his examination O A. AND YELLOW: RIVE R. R,

WHO FOUGHT TO THE LAST. STATEHOOD BILL-USUAL QUO Him-Hamilton: Will! Be Heardif vent a recurrence of yellow fever in as given before the United States was the only .break in the AND TO THIS C2TY.I .
the southern states.At i commissioner in New York was finished leading of the testimony during the

TA OF OFFICIALS ALLOWED AND He So Desires. the request of a New Orleans in the Greene-Gaj trial this day.Renewal .

By Associated Press CONVENTION PROVIDED FOR. committee six surgeons, have bean Commencing tomorrow Sun'l1a3rJthe
.
Manila, Mar. S.-An important ac By Associated Press designated to visit 'the parishes adja- of Massacres is I Ii' I L. &; N. will put cm a night train_out
cent to New Orleans to assist the of Peneacola. connecting with the
tion between American forces and ho>- New York, Mar 9.-The return of
By Associated Press. I state authorities in measures deemed< Seaboard at River Junction for Jack
tie Moros took place near Jolo, last. Andrew Hamilton and the proposedsuit Feared in Eastern Russia
Washington Mar. 9,-=At 5:23 this necessary to prevent the introductionof I sonville.; The train will leave here at
ing from the afternoon of March 6 to t I I' i
afternoon the senate passed the bill to be brought against him was yellow fever: next 'summer. 5 p. m., reaching River Junction at

the!Mfteen morning enlisted of March men 8.were killed, for the admission of a new state to be::the principal subject dscussed: by the'i With the same end in view the department j By Associated Press. have been prepared in St. Petersburg 1:30 a. m. and connecting with the

called Oklahoma, composed of the territory investigating' committee of the New' has designated n'ne public' St. Petersburg, Mar. 9,--''Fears ofa calling for the extermination of Jews. Seaboard which feets Into Jacksonvilleat ,
tout commissioned officers and thirty of Oklahoma and Indian Terri.I York Life Insurance Company at a' health officers and marine hospital renewal of the Jewish massacres in The deputation charged the local authorities 10 a. m. Returning this train will -
enlisted! men wounded, and the naval meeting today. 1 I Russia to which deputation with closing their eyes,with
tory. The bill is the same as tne surgeons to visit, the principal fruit eastern a reach Pensacola at 11:16 a. m.
contingent, operating with the millar II No definite plan of procedure for recently called the attention of Premier result that the Jewish population is t
house bill with a'.l the provisions re- shipping cities of South and Central This new train will supply a night
investigation, threatened with more dreadful out-
\ sustained:; thirty-two. casualties the of I Witte, appear, on
lating to Arizona and New :Mexico recovery moneys expended by'f America to oversee shipments from. to have real foundation. Circulars rages than those of last fall.A service between Pensacola and Jack-
The Moros lost six hundred men 1'
Hamilton has I
been formulated.
The I
stricken out. A motion to strike was!;f those ports. ; I IA sonville which the traveling public

kited: made by Mr. Burrows and was carried,1 board of trustees of the company has:: The inspection of fruit'shIpments,I i has long desired and which will be of

Major Gf'n"ral'ood., commander of 35 after!'[,directed that suit be brought against It is believed: will "beIarch 15 : TOLLA WILL inestimable einasmuch
by the close vote of 37 to 'I MRS. advantage to Pensacola,
whoa I
'hf division of the Philippines,
Hamilton and wrote letter
having been lost In the committee oft! a saying, certainly by April 1. A SUSPICIOUS as residents all along the
>- present during the entire engage. if he desires to be heard the commit-
,the whole by the close vote of 35 to NOT BE HANGEDDEATH P. & A. can come into !Pensacola
mem I. reports from Jolo as follows: i tee would be glad to give him a hear-
Severe action between the troops 36. I I' ing. 400 MILITARY ? i transact their business here, and setback '

Immediately after disposition: of the, i home on the same day.
rjxji! detachment and constabularyo
hostile taken place at statehood bill the railroad rate bill I. SENTENCE COMMUTED TO CHARACTER I The Florala train is to be taken off
: Moros. has '..
business, but as EXECUTIONS
was made unfinished NEGRO HANGED .
train ,
but tbe..new through will mak*
The action involved HALF
Yount Dajo, near Jolo. the senate adjourned until :Monday actual SEVEN AND A YEARSIN i
I the Ftorola train at
connections with
the of Mount of the measure
capture Dajo: formal consideration I
AT BIRMINGHAMBy THE PENITENTIARY, Crestview which will afford the Flo r
until Monday.
.ava Cone, twenty-one hundred feet will not begin'
i/h, with a crater at its summit and The vote on the statehood bill came By Associated Press. IS HELDMay rala people and all those on the Yellow -

x'remely st"ep. Tae lat four hue- as a climax to a day devoted exclusively Rica, Russia Mar 9.-Four hundred 1 I River road a much better service

!Bred feet is at an angle of sixty decrees to that bill. Most of the time Associated Press. ,military executions have occurred ;n I By Associated Press. than they are now getting. The
of
Livonia result the
,; and the perpendicular was given to discussion but votingon as a, govern- Trenton N. J., Mar. 9.-The sentence --
ridges Birmingham, Mar. 9.-:-iJim Walker, ment's repressive measures. schedule< of the new service out of
inured with timber were strongly the bill and amendments occupiedan Mrs. Antoinette Tolla
/ of death
a was hanged here to-day for upon Pensacola will be as follows:
negro
half. Prove Be "Chick"
fu [ified and defended bj an invisible hour and a Sonta was to-day to Sullivan
lor... of Moros The result of the action The bill provides for the creationof the murder"of William D. Hill, a Jefferson HOUSE PASSED MANY for killing Joseph Leave Pensacola at 5 p. m., making::

was the extinction of a hand of the state of Oklahoma. The state I county citizen of prominence I PRIVATE PENSION BILLS: .1 commutted to seven and one half Who is Wanted at Lynn, connection at Crestview with the Yellow -
II"\\'S oho recognizing no chief, is allowed the usual quota of executive eleven months ago. Walker confessedthe years imprisonment by the court of River train at 7:10 p. m. reaching

:a\,' been raiding friendly Moros andiieflancep judicial and legislative officers, I I II pardons.Mrs. Mass. for r Murder.
and flvemembers : crime on the gallows, saying that By Associated Press. River Junction at 1:30 a. m. and get
,
t of the American author-! two United States Senators Tolla was to have been hanged!! ,
I of the House of Representalives. 'he commited the deed for the purpose I Washington, Mar 9.-The House today 1 ting into Jacksonville at 10 a. m.
ifstirred up a dangrous condi- TutIonday.. I
lit | A constitutional convention I! of robbery. He also said that passed 308 private pension Returning this train will leave Riv-
bills'' and devoted three hours to the This is the first time the court of
half! The county authorities now have In
of one hundred and ten members his father, who was given a life sentence er Junction at 2:30: a. m. connectingwith
consideration of the bill providing fora pardons has ever commuted the sentence -
from each territory, is provided for. : complicity in the crime, was' uniform system of naturalization. of death to other than life imprisonment. their custody a man who bears every Yellow River train at Crestviewat ,
THE WEATHERCONDITIONS All male citizens or male Indians, 21 innocent. I I The House adjourned until Monday. resemblance' to "Chick" Sullivan, who 8:38 a. m. and reaching Pensacolaat
of eligible to the con- 11:15;) .
years age are a. m.
is' badly wanted in Lynn, Mass. for t
vention. There is an especial provision The Florala Service.
the rights of Indians murder. The man was arrested by
protecting I This will give 'Florala a double dailY
and continu'ng the prerogative of the Yt rr v Deputy Brewton at McDavid. wherehe
road
I service over the Yellow River F
National government to control their BOYCOTT/\/ was working in a saw mill, having and will enable: Florala people to

affairs and the sale of intoxicating iaMN AowK WITH \ J recently reached that place. come !10 Pensacola and return the

PREDICTION OF FAIR WEATHER liquors in what la now Indian Terri C T PIK oVtRl r1 The arrest was made Thursday and same day, and Pensacola people can.

TO-DAY WITH RAIN SUNDAY and tory,longer is prohibited unless for the twenty-one constitution years is 1]! LnUNb2y iJEA7l1 To f1 't1rf at noon of that day Deputy Saunders day.go to The Florala trains and over return the Yellow the same Rlv.

went to McDavid to have a look at the
AFTERNOON OR NIGHT. changed. \\\3/\\ \ er road will run as follows:
Sections 16 and 36 of each townshipin prisoner, taking with him a photograph Leave Florala at 7 a. m. and reach
Oklahoma are set aside for the com and description of Sullivan. All Crestview at 8:38: a. m. This train

pair weather will prevail in Pensa- mon schools system, also five per cent. of the marks described were on the will connect with the train 'going eat
roo.. from the sale of public lands. An ap- nJ from Pensacola as,well as the one going
today, according to the forecast of five million dollars Is' man under arrest and the photographis
{t
propriation I into Pensacola. Returningthis
ten) our from Washington last In fact the west
night. his resemblance.
for exact
treasury
national )
'fht1 I made from the. train will leave Crestview at 9
prediction is that It will also be
} he would take
that
schools.
tin the benefit of stranger admitted a. m. and get into Florala at 11 a.m..
I!:Ill Sunday morrow afternoon morning, but rain This will A district for United States courts'is y it the picture' for one of himself.A The afternoon tiain will) leave F,.
or night.
a ;. t tw regretted especially by those provided for in each present tern-1, I < photograph of the man was made rala at 5 p. m., reach Creslvlew at 7
and Guthrie is made the tempore 1 will leave Crest
returning
tory : and
\h\ had p. m.,
planned to spend the after. yesterday and forwarded to Lynn,
the house
Ton on the water The minimum ary seat of government but I t' to view at 7:40 p. m. and get Into Floralaat
:np provision continuing it in that capacity 'vt Mass., to the authorities for Identifi- 9:0 p. m. This train also will
'rS1ure at Pensacola during the
tkNa' H Kburs preceding the issuance until 1915 was eliminated by the .J.f cation, and if it should prove that them connect with the trains going in ant
,
C' .tprday.s bulletin was 47, with a senate n is Sullivan the counts authoritieswill out of Pensacola, Just as the morning
rixifflum: of 07 In his summary of r receive a reward of about $;)QO. train does.

p"nuo1. Weather' Observer Reed MATTHEWS i4 Sullivan has been at large for a A Good Service.
'rPniay said' : DR. '' number of months and every effort has This additional service on the L. &
The Atlantic disturbance has been made to capture him but with N. Is something that the traveling

*bon>nrPd coast! and is causing light snow I that the stranger now in jail of great advantage to Pensacola as
Massachusetts and western New ;r I I here is the right party. He will be well as to the towns along the lino.
'Wk. and light rain in Pennsylvania; 47/ held until advices are received from While the train will be what known

'".o* I K also falling in Wjoming. A Associated Press. Massachusetts. as a "mixed" train, handling both
an ,' !.outs! Skies are generally clear thirteen hours of deliberation the jury much better facilities for travel than
tb ,'hf Pacific coast states, over the in the case of Dr. J.Iatthews.. / AGREEMENT IS we have heretofore had and If the
"basal, and throughout the gulf charged with the murder of his, wife i i V S tR EG patrona'ge warrants it there Is little

and t ouui Atlantic states. A high last December, returned a. verd'ct: of NOW POSSIBLEBy reason to doubt that a regular passen
; "re area over the northwest has guilty of murder In the second degree. ger train will later be put on.
Oren\ a fall in temperature from He was sentenced to twenty ;years Im The development of Pensacola's

t t..na, and the Dakotas eastward to prisonment. An appeal will be taken. wholesale business during the' past five

Y"/ ate Region: temperatures have Matthews's defense. was insanity. GcrL. Associated Press years baa increased travel in and out
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.., *:'pn considerably in the south I An official view here
9.
''''''am',,' Paris. Mar. of this' city to a very 'great extent and
\r.l\.aa"a"tates and have risen from NEW CEMENT BRICK of the situation at Algeciras strongly i i the new service which the L. & N.
fouthwara1.ighi : FIRM IS ORGANIZEDA favors tile chances of agreementThe! will begin tomorrow will still further

:,'HR- west winds will prevail question appears to turn: upon what, augment the business of the ,DeepWater

Ws: : Saturday The west Florida coast to-night new firm to manufacture cement:: guarantee' Germany may exact for acceptance port. _
and conditions are fa- ot the FrancoJSpanlsh police
tora.bl". for fair brick has ben organized In Pensa
weather. cola. It is composed of S. J. Mande- policy. NEGRO HANGED AT

vine, who has been here for some i PRATTVILLE ALA.
Actress
Weds a Negro.
.rw.ork! Mar. 9.-The Journal's time laying cement walks and Chas. CASE OF PACKERSHAS
rpl't'ial L from H. Bliss. The neW firm has receivedits By Associated Press.
After eing! Philadelphia. Pa, says machinery and will commence at PrattvHJe, Ala. Mar 9.-Will Stoud-

arrival on Tuesdav d *lnei from here England since their on once the manufacture of cement brick. BEEN RESET enmiere, a negro, was hanged here today

the steamer )Marion St. Clair One of the first contracts to:be secured for the murder of his fatheHo
Ivy
I well).known English vaudeville actress was the paving of DeLuna -- law Sam McBride, ,two years ago.

and l Frank West the street which: will be commenced this '
Ulmist. were married h'ere. negro rnornln'gr. as the material Is now on r By Associated Press To Celebrate Opening.
': '" Chicago, Mar. 9.-The government Mobile Ala.. Mar. 9.-The commercial -
I the ground. -. today reset the case in' the packers bodies here are arranging for
Jamestown Exposition. I A FORECAST. hearing in plea for immunity. No celebration of the openingof
Richmond Francisco. the formal: ;
I' General Corbin at San
fl'rpnf'f' retort Va.on the Mar. 9,-The con-of Mar. 9.-tMajor General UNCLE S.VM-YOU CAN WRECK YOUR BLAMED. OLD WASH HOUSE! IF YOU WANT TO. BUT RBMRMBER announcement was made that the the Mobile (Jackson and Kansas
San
appropriation Francisco
1100.nUII II packers would Introduce evidence In CityRailroad next month to Middle-
'10 the Commander of THAT YOU'D BETTER NOT DAMAGE LAUNDRY I'VE GOT IN THERE.
'h Jamestown Exposition i Ooriiin, recently THE rebuttaL It Is believed by the ton, Tenn. and all have appointed
agrpto,1 to !in both houses of the I the army in the Philippines, accompanied : States In tho that they will.not.. I committees to that end. which cooftUUite -
rPDt-ral take hand ernment gOV.J
aSSE'mbly. This 1 by his wife and personal staff News Item-It is expected that by early raring the United will be called on to a
the beefs -
assures to i committed:
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, N Our I1en's, Y o l1lltIh1 s' and Boys' 5 p r irn Suits NN : must. properly digested and assimilated to be of any

N -. c NN BONDS value good to you otherwise it is a source of harm insteadof


N are now oming1n-one shipment just in and opened ready for four N If not digested. It ferments and decays, causing

k1i N I N Inspection. We have some swell patterns in our --Sterhng" N .' :"sour, 'bad stomacb.-breath'"heart'and other burn/discomforts.* nausea headache, flatulence .

N Brand Men's Suits. '" N
: Jfd Representative. of N. W. Harris & -

.It AI .We also have some nobby patterns In.Young.Men's and Boys' Suits mN KodolDyspepsia .

: N !In Greys:' in the latest styles We would be glad to hav :you come NN (CJm a. Y jf Chicago, is -

' } J N In and Inspect our Suits ruN in the City. Curecompels

'th J N 3 Come in and see our line of Low Shoes in Patent leather' vici and, ruN

M : X N gun metal-the latest styles in Spring Shoes,. N Paul W. Chapman, purchasin' proper digestion of the food and sends the food
agent for the big banking and bond nutriment through the blood into all parts of the body.

N N N buy'ng firm of N. W. Harris & Company The tissues are thus built up and every organ is re-
N N mAi of Chicago is in the city, having stored to health and strength; and put in .perfect condi
a'rrived here Thursday night to tion. '

Some Spedail n 3argauis.N I m look into the Pensacola! bond issue Disease is driven out to stay out-the cause is re
: and if 'he finds matters satisfactory moved.
to make a tfd for the Pensaco'a bond
issue for his firm. '
N One lot of Stiff and Soft-Bosom Shirts regular prices 75c, $1.00 Mr. Chapman met the mayor and '- Plantersville, Miss.

.F4 N 1 : t'J and $1.50. now 59 cents. .: N members during of the yesterday Board of and Bond discussedthe Trustees I have prescribed Kodol quite often in my practice,

g w : mi question with them securing information and have found it & very efficient remedy for all
; ; Special prices in Neckties I One lot of SOc Four-in-Hands for 25 '
; relative to the issue. As stomach ailments. It has always given the best of
i N T NrJ cents. 25 and 35c String Ties for 15 cents. ruN soon as he obta'ns all the informationhe results J. T. MAY, M. D.LET .

; .4 -14 N See show WIndow for Socks the swellest line of m desires he will probably submit a
N Qur fancies in the I bid for the purchase of the issue

J1 City. though he has not as yet finally decided -
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:1 _ bonds there but was not successfulin I
securing any so came on to Pen- '
AI pj m sacola. YOUR .MONEY WORK AS HARD

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ci'PENL'EETERiofRANK ) WILL NOT VISIT to Chamberlain's CoughRemedy. you than 'you did for it, because it can be f


tI (Ti McDAVID ] HARRIS'R. ,II I I BEULAtt II, SiAIVDRtWS, BAY recommend"I can heartily! Chamberlain's and .conscientiously Cough made every day to work and three for you hundred twenty-four and sixty-five hours Bpt


Remedy for affectons: of the throat days in each year. If you haven't any
Special to The Journal. and lungs," says Hon. John Sh:nIck.
t. 220 So. Peoria St., Chicago. "Two money, then by all means
McDavld. 'Mar. 9.-We have been HUDSON BURR OBJECTS TO Special to The Journal. ITINERARY OF RIVERS AND HAR-
having some rainy tteatbar for years ago u-uring a political campaign
the past few dajs.very which has delayed ARTICLES WRITTEN BY THE Beulah Mar. 9.-Cold cloudy and disagreea'ble BORS'COMMITTEE HAS ALREADY I caught cold after being overheated, Start a Savings Accountat I
. our farmers in planting their crops. weather greeted us Frialay: which Irritated my throat and I was
: Quite a crowd from here aU.en.ated. OCALA EDITOR. morning after the rain of Wednesday. BEEN TOO MUCH finally compelled to stop as I could
! I not loud. the First National-a dollar starts it and
. speak In extremity
t the Chautauqua at DeFuniak last Sat It doesn't seem possible that anything my a :
EXTENDED. ,
. urday and report having had a grand could with conditions as they friend advised m, to use Chamberlain's begins at once to draw 4 per cent interest.
time. 'The following open letter has been grow i Cough Remedy. I took two
Messrs. Eugene and LInwood Williams addressed to the editor of the Ocala are but everything planted is doing i Thus week's issu9 of the St. Andrews
, ; j of P(>osarola, visited their parents Banner by Hon. R. Hudson Burr: I I well and fall oats are looking remark: A Buoy contained the following: Relieve my senses when I found the:
pleasant letter to the Buoy from !
4% of this place Sunday. Tallahassee Fla., Mar. 7, 1906 !ably good and a good crop of that Congressman W. B. Lamar next mornn? the inflaruation had
.. ?t The A. G. V. Clnb spent Sunday afternoon Hon. Frank E. Harris Editor of Ocala I explains largely subsided. I took several doses
grain b assured unless something unusual that the'delegation of the Rivers and
that cay kept right on talking through
pleasantly on Escambla river Banner, Ocala, Florida: )
hapens. Harbors Committed which was to the campaign. and I thank this medicine FIRST NATIONAL BANK to ,
i with some of their epecial friends. Dear Sir-I have noticed in the last, visit
.' Mr. C. Bowman has returned from few issues of the Ocala Banner. Of Rev. Jfstherlands:! of Gates-wood< : a pleasure trip to Louisiana and which lOU are the Editor, several ar-!|Ala., 'preached at the state convict t, cannot include St. Andrews Bay in cil." This remedy' is for sale by all I
its itinerary: In of l
,i answer to a :
request druggists OF PENSACOLA. FLLw
: Texas. I I tides! attacking the Railroad Commls- camp last Sunday. He also held services Itimlot
from :
Mr.
Lamar for them to do
so, h5
. kh; :MIss Bessie Baggett has returned'&ion of this state. I note that you take! at the Beulah M. E. churchThesday I received the following letter from from H.K' om.ES.Pres. W.K. tiTER JR.,V.'Prea. and Cashier.
itr from Mobile and Atmore Ala., where the position that the Commission is evening. With the chance '..e Back the North. T.W.BBUT and W N.KOBIUTS, Asst.Cashier J
Hon. W. C. Adamson member of the 'Iliss C. Smith, after an extended DIBECTORS-F. C. Brent. W. A. Blount. \V.. H. Knowles W. K. Hrer. Jr..
Lt she has been 'Visiting friends an'1 relatives. responsible for he failure of certain"are having in religious matters we .
. I Committeq on,,Interstate. and Foreign visit to the n'orth has returned D. O. Brent.
to the
'
. ir fruit and vegetable growers to mane a|ought> be good. but whether we will jnef:
'r1i Mr. Edward Hogeboom. represf.ts- success in the interior of Florida; or not is an open question.Rev. I Commerce: 1 who>! accompanies' the expedition city and is now located 'at 319 East dathe
i live of The Journal was here Wednesday. .I also for a system of rates which ycu .N1chol n filled his- appoint- : Gregory street and will be lad to see
:i lIe left Ms team here and went contend is ruinous to the Interbr ment here last Sunday preaching an House of Representatives U. S. A, her friends and customers.
S in Pensacola on No. 1 in the after towns of the state, and that you con- able and instructive sermon to a large Mar. 2. 1906. I
; i.1 noon. elude from these statements of alleged ankj appaeciative' congregation. He (lion W. B. Lamar Hause of Representatives THE "LOST ARTS. his

Deputy Sheriff Sanders of Pensa facts that the Railroad will undoubtedly do a lot of good hereas City. No. 5803. T
cola was a visitor to our town yester. son: of Florida is a useless! he has made a very good impression My Dear Sir-I have jour fanror of 'They Ag5t,! -St Much Lost ...The Sotthai
jtsterday extending an invitation to
( day. to the state arm'' ought to be commiS-1 and the people. are with him in (Discarded., C.W.LAMAR President. JOHN PFEIFFER. Assistant Ctrtlir.
I the Congressmen: going south to visit Vice-president and Cashier. J.W ANDREWS.Assistant Cashlsr.
iiZ: IJttle Miss Ruth Brewton is visiting Knowing as I do. that jon the good work. M.E.CLARK.
St. Andrews and inspect the 'bay. "Not BO many years ago it was quite of !
nt her sister Mrs. J. T. Hudson of represented the situation, and : Miss Lizzie Snowden has gone to
1t444 Chipley. to see corrected any false impression Quintette for a short visit 'With rela- The ;party.appreciates jour invitation commonly asserted that modern workmen
very much and would be glad to accept could not or, having THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
r Mrs. D. M. Carter visltej In Century which you may have created in .he tivesand friends. quarry quarried wtftortoi
' Sunday.Mr. minds of the people and jet allow: MIss Mabl Taylor is the guest of it, but it is Impossible for the could not handle: stones as large ,
: R. Bonifay had a serious! accident !- you a fair opportunity to defend your, Mrs. James Snowden. reason that the itinerary has already u the monoliths of Egypt." says a scientist or FINSHCOLH FLU. t

.. at the mill yesterday when he ;position respectfully invite and urge Rev Wm. Garrett and'Wife.of Musco- I teen not be so farther much increased.extended that In fact it can- :, "and the writer has heard a public DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES.
H was caught between two sticks! of you to meet me In a point public discussion gee were the guests of their son Albert -- they speaker of note assert that it wouldbe C
.
ZPt timber' and one of his legs badly: Garrett family last Sundayand I will have to 'slight points in your district thevhi
of thisquestion, at Ocala or and Impossible to handle with modern CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000. SURPLUS, $60,000.
now, in order to hurry on to
i
bruised. any other point or points in the state also were present at Sabbath!
other Implements such large stones as were
engagements.Your
$ and at a date or dates within the school: and meeting.The I DIRECTORS. will]
. used in the
pyramids to them
friend. ; or join
Notice of Meeting. next six weeks to be mutually agreed Misses Mary Fisher and 'Mattie beii
r4 There Malone have been appointed a committee W: C. ADVMSON. .as perfectly as they are joined there. Henry L. Covlngton, Frank Rellly, F. E. Browner Rat
will be a regular meeting of I upon If sincere in your conten to solicit funds for the 'benefit The Buoy would be glad to publishMr. Yet when occasion arose larger stones J. M. Pfelffer, W. S. Rosasco. C. \l.l! mal. at
: Mt. Horeb Royal Arch Chapter No. 11, ions,you I am are sure will welcome an of the Sabbath school. Lamar's letter in its entirety, but than any of these were quarried in Bryan Dunwody, T. F. McGourln J. R. S.uiders, Pal
-Xi on Monday, March 1:!. at 7:30 p. m. I j opportunity to meet you in public discussion MY. George Spare who has spent lack of 'both time and space maka it Maine and some of the larger monoliths a A. M. A ery. W. ". \lilton. 0. E. Hiura, oth.
: IEJ W. E. ANDERSON. Sec. t and confuse an aivocate, of the the last month here and in Pensacola impossible to do so at this time. He themselves were transported not W. L. Cavvthon Dr. W. J. Hannah [McKenzle Orrti g.
however, repeats his promise to keepa Alex McGowIn, C. r-t. Co lngton. M. E. Clark.
-4 : of interest has
: .. Commission Law. visiting places returned watchful the only to sea, but across it and erected ix
"eje over pressing A
Very respectfully. to his home in Cr.kalooba, IJi-,
France and
England America.
(Sd) HUDSON BURR. greatly pleased with what he hag seen needs of St. Andrews Bay and to do Accounts of Banks, Individuals, Corporations and Firms Solicited.
all in his power to get a good apro- "There are individuals: today who .
Water
In and about the Deep City.
Life Guards. Mrs. Ella Woodson after an extended priation for the deepening of the Pass might if they chose cause the transportation Four per cent Interest Paid on Time Deposits. tonPaid

cii r. visit 'with friends and relatives at engrafted Into the next River and to and erection in this country
The Life Guards are two regimentsof Bay Point has returned to her home I Harbor !bill and he feels confident he of the largest pyramids or build new -, ,_.. "
of the British ,
cavalry forming part can do He states truly that his
household troops. They are gallant here. I experience so.! In Congress makes him ones. ten times larger and more dul'able. .......... .. ..+. ..'>........................<-.+... *+< r
'k soldiers and every loyal British heart familiar with the necessary course to Pyramids are not bang genera ;: J. S. REESE, President. B. W. UBNEFEB. Cashier. : 7eoftF
: For an Impaired Appetite. I ly built nowadays because they are not ; GARY, Vlce-PresldenL
; is proud of them. Not only the Kings accomplish this-a knowledge whicha
Loss of appetite always results from In line with the trend of modern ambi.
h' 'household. but yours ours, e\erj-- new member would have to acquire PEOPL I
body's should have its life guards. faulty digestion. All that is neededI I before he could possibly accomplish lion that's all. | THE BANK OF PENSACOIA blu

; The need of them is especially great a and few Liver doses of Tablets.Chamberlain's StomaCh -. : results. He says it is 'doubtful if he "It is very doubtfi/ a 'Damascus YI Diectora-L. J. Reves, J. $. Reese W. DeC. Kess1ei. R. M. Cal)',, fortori I
'i r
when the greatest foes of life. dis the stomach strengthen They will the invigorate can visit us during his canvass beforeth blade would stand halt as severe \ \ W. A. D'Alembertc T. A. Jennings, J. J. Hooton. i
eases find allies in the very elementsas digestion and give coming; primaries but he will appreciate usage as a modern band saw blade or TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
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:you an appetitelike
v \ colds influenza catarrh the grip a favorable expression from even as much as the spring of a forty YOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFULtA SOLICITED .
and pneumonia do in the stormy month as a a gentle wolf.laxative.These Tablets For sale also1 by act all the voters in that contest if there cent clock while the ornamentation of +++..I..***t.e....e.eete.eee>e .eeee..jI. ...... ...**

) i of March. The best way that we knowof I druggists. should be opposing candidate those wondrous blades so far as the

to guard against these diseases is mechanical execution is concerned, cube Fremleer

to strengthen the system with Hood's ABOUT PUSH BALL excelled by apprentices and a.oataur > Ij utLTowonag.'PnraroasT. T. K, WKLt.BS.: Viot-PMID .
iSarsatparilla-the greatest of all life No Time Wasted of to Qv." K.M.BU8HNFJUU CAIHICR. :MANSFIELD MOBONO.AHB ,CSBI
guards. It removes the conditions in
which these diseases make their most Bow This Very Interesting Game JaI"laye" A Large Christmas Pie. Citizens National Bankof

successful attack. 'gives vigor and tone PROMPT ACTION IS PLEASING One of the largest Christmas gifts Penaacola. Florida.DftCIORS. off C
to all the vital organs and functions. Push ball played on gridiron fieldor and altogether the largest pie on record led5San

and imparts a genial warmth to the floor 120 yards long by fifty wide MANY PENSACOLA CITIZENS.Get was one sent by the Earl of Lonsdaleto Geo. W.Wright...HorriaBear. T.L.Welles. lUx U.Robwln. L Hilton OT"4 -.
Whist Euchre blood. Remember the weaker the sj"stem with goal posts at either end twenty King George III. of England. The I ,
or GENERAL BAVKf/VC/ BUSINfSS TRMH8MCTCDR
the greater the exposure to dis feet apart and connected by a, cross down to the cause of everything! pie weighed 57G pounds. and it contained byny

Prizes I ease. !Hood's Sarsaparilla makes the bar seven feet from the ground. The Bad bacKs are caused by 'sick Lldnejs. 0 geese, 2 ducks 4 fowls (the kind -; for$
k system strong. mammoth ball almost globular in not stated in the records), 6 pigeons, 9Wild
[ shape. should measure six feat in diameter Cure the kIdneys you cure the back- ducks 3 teal 2 starlings 12 partridges

ELEGANT NEW LANDAUAT and weigh between forty-eight ache. '. 15 .. .... ....,.
Even the woodcock 2 guinea fowls 3 R 1 f.C.y. JaG. "
"booby .
prizes costing THE PENSACOLA STABLES and fifty pounds. It is usually inflated Doan's Kidney Pills are for kidneys snipe, 6 plover. 3 water hens. 1 wiU '-'.A.. '-'"-" ..
I, :: twenty-five cents or less can be found with compressed air. only.No goose, 1 curlew, 40 yellow hammers, 13 Whol..l. aDd Retell Dialer i. tebut
I in our shop in great variety. Manager Jno. G. Wood of the Pen- The ball !js placed in the middle 01 time wasted trying to cure other sparrows 15 chaffinches 2 larks 4 Steam, Domestic Anthracite
sacola Stables. is exhibiting a handsome the field, and the teams line up as follows troubles. thrushes 12 fieldfares 6 blackbirds. 23 and Blacksmith C 0 A I L
z $1,200 landau which has
new
The Pensacola people endorse their merit
more cosdy things for the Five forwards the
; on forty yard rabbits 1 leg of veal. 1 ham 3 bushels ,
just arrived and which probably ex- Office-Now 43 South Palafox street. Telephone 93.
principal prizes abundant line two left and two right wings on of flour and 2S pounds of butter.In .
are and cells in elegance and beauty anythingon the J. M. Dullard! residing at 120 East Yara corner Tarragona and Gonzalez streets. Phones 6 and S7J anficbenullof2'
wheels in Pensacola. The carriages twenty yard line and two goalkeepers the language of the nursery rhyme
Choice-and suitable for both Intendencii: street, sa>sMy: kll-
sexes. on the goal Hue, eleven concerning the four and
men twenty black-
used by this popular livery are neys have lathered tile ot ff and on for III
; ')e CJ J A fashion note says practical practically all new. and the turnoutsare each. At the sound of the referee's jears. Thee secretions were Irregular birds baked in a pie, "wasn't that A ,
things have the call-wc.rc daily objects of admiration on the whistle both sides plunge at full speed distressing; and anr. y1ng. After sitting pretty dish! to set before the king?"
: supplied streets. open the ball and then the fun begins.It at my work my back, would become ,
I with practical or novel many items the ball is caught fairly betweenthe lame and sore and ache severe- E* .-T Bit a. Good Order T'our

i:1: combining both features most Today Is the Last Day. tw{ human battering rams there ix ly. I procured Doan's Kidney Pills at "Have you s. belt that will go about ICE COAL and WOOD
The Meyer Shoe Company's bIg! shoe a rebound from' its elastic sides that Sidney Katii's drug store corner Pal ciy wais T" asked the young lady witha ,. I
: ; cleverly ,t sale expires today notwithstandingthe sends the players' sprawling like ten afox and Romana streets ani_ whileI smile as she entered the dry goods :Aroxxx tlxoConsumers'
fact that their ad appeared Thursday pins. cannot say they cured me, as I have I tore. I Ice and Fuel Company. the

February clearance prices prevail, and Friday containing a line to It does not take Ion;. however for only Used ,one ,box, they have given "Xo. but 'I hare something just as Offlca-Corner Cht.. and Tarragona. Phone 2SS

I
1? even to the smallest bits of b c--a. the effect that "This is the last day." the entire twenty-two men to get ms marked relief. ,I bare a friend a I good," replied! the young man who for- .

brac.ze1ciii. This ad was intended for Saturdayand around the sphere, put their shouldersto carpenter abe swears by Doan's Kid merly worked In a drug store.-Yon- .
not and 'Friday. '
Thursday Pills. and he has often told -
I
ney kers Statesman.
the wheel. so to speak. and push for .
m-' be considers they are the best
Excursion. every ounce of energy in them. The remedy for the back :and kidneys that
Saturday and Sunday on Gulf of heavier, stronger team will, of course. he ever used." Evolution of a Joke. flTLESSASHDOORSWINDOLASS.BUILDING! lad
Mexico on Steamer :Monarch. viewing have the advantage' but some trick For sale by all dealers. Price50 "Wh t. becomes of a joke when It ; ha,

107 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET U. S. warships navy yard and forts.A plays have been invented which lend cents. F.st: r-l1Uburn Co..,. Buffalo' 'gets too old for the almanac
stop will be made at the U. S. LifeSaving variety to the game and redeem It New York, sole agents for the United : "The theatrical programme gets it." MATERIAL.
PENSACOLAj Station. Fare :;Oc. Leaves from being a featureless contest of Stat s. ..:' ; .. ,f" ,'. I I "And from there it's but a step to CO.
R Palafox wharf Saturday 10:30: Sunday mere brawn and muscle.-National Remember the name-Doan's-and. the musical comedy eh?"-PiiladeV Phone 11. H. G. DeSILVA&
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)1apz1ne. take no other. \ Dhia 11lllln

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THE PEN SAC 0 LA JOURNAL, SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 10. 1906

PAGE THREE:

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i1 1 INSPECTION !T TDE ; S [R RE EVEP PD RTH HAS S }.


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MORE JL4r MYSTERIOUSMURDER F I Don't Make a Mistake- g



Powerof I I : Mistakes Are Costly !


RIGID w AR1OWw I 1I


1C Centa each. 2 lor 25 Cent* ; Whatever else you may do, don't think of buying Hardware

II L Jfatfrt CLUETT.tf Chutt PEABODY and Jfonarrk& CO.Slurtt. -- i Fl and Mill Supplies until you see our stock, get our prices or

Vessels Must Comply With Every : Woman Knocked in theHead and i \ asked us a few questions about -

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Requirement of the Law Re Then 'Strangled-Body Still Hardware and Mill
OPERA HOUSE iii Supplies. -

Perfection garding_Equipment. Warm When Found.


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The Inspection of vessels and their ONE NIGHT ONLY iii We have not been in Pensacola very long, but we are most (
equipment at all ports is hereafter to Shreveport La.. Mar 9.-With the i
is that condition ,
pprf'a absolute! completeness tovtirh be more rigia', and In order that a Tuesday, March 13; head coverea': with a black cloth, the certainly revolutionizing the hardware business We realize i

Of vessel may operate it must comply: that we have a reputation to make and it.
many aspire, which few with deep cut of a rope on the neck several we are making i

anA n. which none can pass. I The Department every requirement of Commerce of the.tad law Labor .. Tim bruises on the head and' chin, ana All the old-time methods are put aside and we do business

In hm ing honest merchandise has recently sent out le': ers to. Murphyand the hands drawn up over the chest I i 1 on the modem plan byGiving .

tha' p1'.a!'* and satisfy the pub- Inspectors 1 In all districts,calling their the body of a white woman, about 40) J

il i<' ''II'>> feel that we hav attained : attention to. the fact that ia"pe"::'t. n year of age, supposed to be that of .

'UIS coveted degree. of all vessels must be rigid and Mrs. John Naglich a Slav, of Kansas You Just What You Want
thorough in every respect. A copy or ;
HONEST VALUES this letter is as follows: DOROTHY SHERROD City Kan., was found lying in the I'

It is imperative that the attention rear of potter's field, on the southeastern .

relied on here, as we of supervising, local ;
'an '" and assistant inspectors PRESENTING suberbs of Shreveport, Friday
wt', iI'> accept any article thats and all employes of this morning, and as a result the police and at small profit. We haryite everything in the: Hardware .s .

not thoroughly reliable iu Service should be called to. th, necessity = line and are always glad to give you quotations. f
have
and sheriff's departments been
ever: respect of exercising and demanding a A TEXAS STEER &
strict and rigid observance o* the I working on one of the bloodiest mysteries .

laws, and the rules and regulations ever reported in Claddo Parish. I--f

governing this Service.Inspections BY CHAS H. HOYT. Investigations !by the authorities c'e- ;
HARDWARE
l BROWN

i I thoroughly made must, and be carefully must be au1 in Carriages PRICES-25c for to 10:30$1.50.: p. m. I. velop that the woman arrived in. GORDON & CO.

strict conformity with the provisionsof I Shreveport on a Kansas City Southern
Seats on sale
Saturday at noon.Excursion.
i the law ana! the rules and regula- I train Tuesday night: en route 'toLecompte.

k THIESEn-BUILiaa tions made in accordance therewith, I to join her husband who. is 9 Pensacola, Fla.

; L and no part of the equipment of a ves- _
I employed by stave concern,near the
a '-
fcl must be 'passed', unless :t is up !:tmmtr .tr !.. f..
I to the requirements in ever.- particu; latter place. Green Bell, an,old negro; r2'IieJourna's

---- 1 laThe condition of the: vessel itself fisherman, while going to the river

FLORIDA CURIOSITIES. a' must be such as to assure, without about 7 o'clock in the morning, found
Live and Stuffed Alligators readyfor aoubt. her seaworthiness and efflclea Ste.merFlorence '
: the body and ga've the alarm. That:
sh pmentOmn C)', as well as her capacity and j dapt Daily Fashion Feature Marine Grocery .Co.N
,;** wood canes with alligator ability for the service in which she Witherbee the woman was foully' murdered_ is the .

leads T5c, : is engaged. only conclusion to be reached; !but '
604, 606, 608, 610 S. Palafox 81
Pea Shells and Shell Jewelry, Shell I Defective equipment must not under SUNDAYat who was responsible for her death, i ,

&!ad Wood Novelties, Leather Goods a try circumstances, be allowed to remaIn 2:30 and the motive which prompted he Phone 725.

Specialty on board! the vessel white beingnavigated p. m. V. J. VIDAL Manager.THE .
crime are facts that are as yet un ,
MRS C. N. McCLURE, hut must be removed unti
Stopping at the Life
Opera House Building placed in proper condition, an), again Saving solved.

107 E. Government St. Pensacola. Fla. examine' and passed on by Mie inspectors. Station and other points, : When found the body was warm and HOME: OF EAT GOOD THINGS TO

Condemned. life preservers :the legs and limber evi--
I arms! were
Ji --- -- and fire hose must be deair>;cJ b>" Adults, 50. Children 25 Just Received:
R. K. WHITE the master owner or agent of the ctencing' that death must have occurred Halibut Chunks, Halibut Quick Lunck

., ,Jewelerand I vessel in the presence of the! inspector. ----- .- .-- since midnight. There was no 50 kite Ol: fancy Mackerel, Jl-25: per
Watchmaker. Manufacturing The rules governing boat and I sign of a struggle at the place where! kit.
II
1; Graduate Optician. fire drills must be rigidly adhered to. M1fjf M the discovery 'was made. The tong i<3 50 kits Salmon. $l.U per kit

t 30 S. Palafox St., Pensacola, Fla. rnij in addition thereto, as often J :; ; at nag protruding from the mouth and I CO kits halibut fins. $1.25 per kit.

..... ---- possible or practicable between in. Amusements I was swollen and black. Finger prints!" 50 kits of Cod Tongues and Sound,
spections. Inspectors noting or being were on the neck | J1.2S per kitBloaters.

TERSELY TOLD advised of any violations of the The theory advanced by the police} Milkers and Roes..Herring.
la that the murder committed in. Salmon
law or of the rules and regulationsmust d was Codfish Pickled Dill ftcklei.
take cognizance of the same at the city, and that the oman was German Sauer KrouL .

once and report the offender to. the knocked in the head and then strangled I, Pigs Fet In kits 100.

H c. Jacob was a Molino visitor proper authorities, ana1 also: take Last Night's Play. .to death with a rope, and her; Maaewil and Lange's Fruit Cake.

'o the city jesterday.M steps to revoke or suspend tLo licenseof body carrion' to the lonely spot be-j$ National Blscuft CO's }Fruit Cake, 25c
i After an absence of seven or eight hind the cemetery and dropped; in abed ; per pound.
;, Undsay, a prominent mill man the offender he i ii* a licensed: offl,)ears, James O'Neil islted Pensacola .
of pine straw, so u. to, leave nc We handle the celebrated blends of
-- .:f Pollard. is in the city looking after cer, if an investigation justices! such 'yesterday, and appeared at the opera clew for the officers. Coffee roasted try the Gulf Cfty Coffee

iniber interests.J suspension or revocation. house last night in his favorite play Robbery was 'evidently the motive Co, H. P. CMpman, Manager.
Inspectors must see to it, so far as ,"Monte Cristo," from the fertile pen of.the murderer, as Jhe Coroner foundno Oax&ca, 35c lb.; Gold Standard 2ta
U Cureton
citizen
a prominent be possible or pacticable that
may of Alexander Dumas. Indication of lb Diamond Blend, 25c lb Golden
an outrage. ;
el,t Uothan, Ala, the busl- ;
was among the provisions of the law, an 1 the requirements ib.Strictly .
O'Neil has played the role of Edward Rio. 20c
.ri K.!RS visitors! who. were here vestera of the rules and regulations ..
i; Dantes over five thousand times fresh roasted and as gOO
'J a are closely observed by masters TO CURE A COLD IN-ONE.DAY
:. since he first appeared in It years as any Coffee sold in this city.
of vessels within their:
\ Ror.er: of Milligan, was ill aad owners ago and although he has tried repeatedly Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine Send us your orders and we will de.
cMricts and will be held to strict accountability -
'a.' (ci'v yesterday shaking hand with to. wean himself from it, he Tablets. Druggists refund money if it liver promptly.
tl!. manfriends.. for the condition of the -returned! to his favorite, and his association fails to cure. E. W. GROVE'S signa.
I vessels under their jurisdiction. with other plays has whet- ture is on each box. 25c.
rn<- friends Inspectors must impress upon masters -
many ofIrs. XellleSmh ted his abilities for this particular
land will be pleased to learn and owners of vessels the importance -, piece., Although he has grown older, The Original Laxative Cough Syrupis

that she is improving, after a SiC and necessity of frequenl his Interpretation of the great play is Kennedy's,Laxative Honey and Tar.
boat and fire drills, and also the ,1'rHI!l .
of inflammatory rheumatism. still as full of excitement 'and pathos It expels all cold from the system by ..
call
anJ
with the line-carrying gun.
as of aId if not a great deal more so. acting as a cathartic on the bowels.Kennedy's .
:Mr and Mrs. \V. S. Hambler their attention to the penalty for the
and
So long has he played it, and so Laxative Honey" and Tar i ia is \\
''II ifp. of liagJad, oT these! necessary precautions. : -
are among the, visitor disregard realize that well he plays it that it is hard to. associate certain, safe and harmless cure for \
in the Ini'.pectors'must
city. They
are enoute
him with any other play and colds, croup and whooping cough.
the Service and the
!Ui) heir home from a trip north. the efficieucr'af
.
the roll O'Neil's .
as by name -
years
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safety of those people who take the -------
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'has F. Stewart, representative to chances of the sea. de.n'nJ almost will be as closely connected with it 1a.A 1- -
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the grand lodge cf Knights of Pythias.; entirely: upon an intelligent tnterpr.:>ta. and as was Joseph that Jefferson of Morrison to. to"Rip"Faust Van, KEY WEST EDITOR S I

1 hich convenes in Palatka Wednesday twn and application of the law, and "
'ill leave rbs: morning for that place, the rules and regulations by the inspectors Winkle. *

Hng one of the representatives from and a persistent deter.\Ir Last night's performance was HAS PASSED AWAYJAMES

Raihbone LoJge No. 30. He will stop ti"'n upon their part _to sea hat they thoroughly enjoyed by all who saw It .' "

I'I several' points en route, reaching; are carried out In the stiictest sense The audience was really not as large .;:.. "? "
Palatka about the same date as the'and in accordance with their true intent as' such an attraction deserved, but '
T. BALL, OF THE '
ADVERTISER '
those alive to the ;
C:ter delejates. present were occasion ,.
and :
purpose.No '
,\ f" Wouldn't It be delightful for you to
influence. no. excuse or no per- and Mr. O'Neil was given a number EXPIRED SUDDENLY ..... always be served with the satisfactory -
to stand In of curtain calls. The support was :
must be allowed
.4sk for Blue Ribbon' Lemon or \ a-I the Fi-asion way of a strict euforce-ment of very good, and the play moves with WHILE ON THE STREET.The :k; ::' kind of meats How would a
: of
n-Ha, and sait plain. The kind rules and regulaiiona! rapidity aaa increasing interest from ; : :_. pound really good sausage app"alto
and the
law,
the
: today? The kind that will sat.
pes "lessen the famous "Blue Kib- I details. beginning to end. /<: 1 ; you
too Flat'or." In all their c .'SS ', isfy and nourish. It is digestible and
Fai'ure!' upon the part of masters 'Miss Abigail Marshall's "Mercedes" Miami Metropolis of the 6th healthful, made of the kind of beef

New Suits Filed. I and cwne's to maintain their vessels was masterly aad she very readilyC'Onve"ed inst., ha.3 the following under date of that mother would use for the bun
.
condition, or emotions to the audi-
in her
and equipment proper
Th- March 5, from its Key West bureau: day roast.
following new suits were! filed failure to. see that the requirements ence. Mr. James
T. Ball, editor of the Key .
InJaIn the office of the clerk I boat, fire and gun drills SIMPLICITY FOR THE LITTLE MA1D.
I ,. ,. regarding: : West Advertiser ana': one of the oldest .
E ula R : an'd other things pertaining" strictlyobserved Gagnon-Pollock Co. cVJzens died very suddenly last Simple, dainty little frocks employing : tained by the deep shirrings aad the ,
Furlong are
vs. Jas. K. Furlong safety of life and property GagnonlFoHock Stock Co., will Thursday. I skirt reaches to Just be-
The long portion
:;.i' tor divorce; C. M. Jones, solicitor: carried out. will be I fine materials.are far more effective Cor. Belmont and DeViIIiers.PHONE385. .
IGI, rnmllalnt.| and immediate act.ioaby play "The Flag of Truce," this after For some time, Mr. Ball has beenin low the kneeline.' The neck is finish- .
Tlit, made the basis of noon and to-night the play is to be ill health, but his intense InterestIn on the small girl} than numerous edwith a narrow stitched band of the
t< Lewis Bear Co. vs. Frank Lew- the Inspectors. <; "Deadwood Dick." [ his work and untiring energy kept frills and furbelows which not only material, in this Instance a sheer

'I a 1 aohment; Maxwell & Reeves, at- Failure upon the part fullest of extent inspectors the him at his post until the end. Oi give the child a rather over-dressed white lawn, and a similar band gathers HEADS OF FAMILIES.All

XOfl1"YS for plaintiffs to carry out to the Thursday he was apparently well and of work in the full sleeve about the
of tha law, and the requirements Tim Murphy. appearance, but cause no end bishop parents owes it as a duty to '
.
provisions or went to his office as usual. About for the laundress. Any of the sheer wrist. A bow of white taffeta ribbon their families. make home as pleas
regulations
and
The Original. I of the rules. their: duties and: responsibilities ihe remembrance of Tim Mur :hy'sremarkably ten o'clock he had occasion to. go on a summer materials will make up well ties the little maid's hair on the left ant as within their power lies. There'snothing
indifference to artistic portrayal o!
rolp\! & Co., Chicago originated will be sufficient cause Maverick Brander in "A Texas Steer" business errand and when near the after this style. A joke effect is at- side. I elevating and enabling as
!"ohn: White "
I bank building he fell.
IIo\t'\ and Tar as a throat and lung for the extreme discipline of the De will be .brought to mind when the'announcement Sonia nl.sprsbnnil'kh':: went to his good music and nothing better .to
'IJ Ttmedt. and on account of j "' make music with than a 'good piano
the great partment. is read that: he is to be I expired
assistance-but he had before
ICE WAGON HORSE
tJe.11 and I We will place a piano In ybur, home
popularity of
Respectfully.
IloDt'\ Foley's I sen at the opera house on Tuesday 'they reached him. A doctor BUYING UP EAST
and Tar many imitations GEO. UHLER.Supervising was FELL INTO THE DITCH. for ten dollars down and two dollars
J Sifereti. for the genuine These worth-are (Signed) Inspector-General. March 13 in a splendid revival of this I summoned, who. prenouncei: hi$ death I a week.

*a s mutations comedy. instantaneous, due to heart failure. COAST PAPERS CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE
,
have similar soundin A peculiar accident occurred yes 1
Sam" No matter wftat great successes By the death of. Mr. Ball Key West I
Beware of them. The g nu- terday when the shafts of an Ice Pen>ac"'(a, Florida
info role\ Tim 'Murphy may present it seems; loses one.of her best champions. He .
"l5* 1> Honey and Tar is in a yeipa.kage -r that the remembrance of his famous was untiring in hit efforts to adv-- wagon broke and the load was some-,I-- -
Ask for it how the baek.of the
a.n sulMitute. It and refuse, characterization of Maverick Brander ;tise the city, and in the face of the The last issue of Town Topics con' precipitated upon I,
is th- best '
the
,
remedy horse the carrying
hauling :
wagon!
Texas Steer" remains severest ridicule maintained and
"A uppermost expressed article of interest I
:: roughs and colds. lin tained the following II
W. A. The
rWeddilCakes. animal to the ground. breakdown
...t' D'Alem'I' in the mind. Even at the heightof his belief in the future Importance I I
druggist and apothecary. I to Floridians: I' aecurred on Adams street just THE
his greatest triumphs of recent j. of the city. _
I years a constant inquiry and c'emand''I The bereaved family have the sympathy "Mr. Flagler, in spit of his tremendous -south of Zarragosga, and the horse "*, EDGES .*

KILLS RATS was Continually made for his reappearance -]! of the entire community. The Key West extension now in' rolled into the deep drainage ditch I : ;.

ttirns' Electric Paste Drives 'Em I : as the Congressman from remains were kept until Friday after-; is reaching out In new di-'from whence he was extricated only OFYOUR' *
,
Out of at last to await the arrival of Charlc3 progress by the use of a plank gangway and l.
3 the House to Die. 'Texas, so accepting! such as neon, that he aimsat COLLARS
believed
1m., the desire of the pubiic he has made' Ball, son of the deceased. The funeral rections. It is block and tackle.
&x :ais out of the house to. die. \ ], stock in l.a I
'*'' them die in the house; a splendid revival of what was really], was held from St. Paul's EJisci3il! owning a majority of the II AND THE -
j3, ; I church and attended by the relatives the East Coast, --- -- -- .. -
H. Hoyfs
r1 them Stearns' Electric Rat own Chas. greatest comedy, anJ i was every newspaper on -----I NECKBANDS -
and lllih'n( Paste and We have installed our is again appearing as the ranch owner, and "friends of the u'ecea&ed aid several of which are far from being IN THE .GOOD OLD .FASHIONED' .&... *
ch(> the Peculiar ovens and now have a complete who was railroaded Con- family. I OF YOUR .
llIC31! t In the of Texas to Two or three could DAYS.
Paste will create paying properties.
a that
we can
baking plant, so
IImln6"n, press against his will and whose election -I I *.
/ SHIRTS
.
atlon so that the rats furnish cakes for weddings entertainments -- be nama-s that have been carried
1I::(* and was hanE"sthand squarely boughtat I Powered Wigs Formed an Important
Cockroaches who. eat It will picnics and home I simply in the hops ARE MADE
the rate of five dollars per vote. along for years: I I
at ri imtid" f tbe house in search consumption to order Name J Flagler would raise his bids, Adjunct to a Gentleman's Apparel.,
.er "nd'ill( be seen no. more.paid0ld the kind. you want and we will JI I that Mr. It Is safe to. say that tbte majority of PERFECTLY

everywhere or sent express pre.i furnish it for ;you Just when ;you Champion Liniment for Rheumatism. Suffering I or need them in some direction. bald men of to-day would gladly revive SMOOTH HERE.

3I E? n. 'receipt of price. ,Stearns'1eTrt. '! want It. Chas. Drake a mail carrer: at Chanir.ville. I Within' short time he has acquired I the old, dignified custom if they could.

Paste Co., Chicago, III. Small Biscuits. Rolls Butter I lesser at Palm Beach and i Bat, they can oo the next best thing I
:Zf' ;. ; Hot t onn. says: "Chamberlain's I often caused 'bv Coffee is the paper The Star Steam
:he quanlu" nt5, ; hotel !size! eight times : and Coffee at :3; oclock each I I Pain Balm lathe i chamnion of all lini- relieved by 10 days use ofPOSTUM !lie is virtually, if not actually, in con; to it; that is, hold on to,what hair theyhate.
of the{ .
$1. two I Ii
One or
Th of'the other.
trol
icoining. '' iunts. past year I was troubleda : I
which maintain a nom In cases where the hair root or hair Laundry.
too great deal with rheumatism In my Miami papers, i
L "E FOR CLA'S"SIFICATION.i l shoulder. After trying several cure; g inal independence, like anything else I bulb has not been completely destroyed 1 37 Er, aarfl.n St. Ption 114.

WANTED. I r the storekeeper here recommende1:, 11: will drop into hs bag when the figures! by parasites that infest it Newbro'a -! Pn.ac.lL Fla
hw I this remedy and it completely curedme. have been raised. Mr. Flagler has Herpicida will do wonders in the
FIl.ER for :omeapaciii.I ." There Is the principal papers In way of encouraging a new growth of pOld
no use of anyone suf I i long owned ,c. .
tat flii"'. FOOD COFFEE.Read Augustine. It hair Destroy the cause you remove ____ ---
\ Wflo can also look after I "fcrins from that painful ailment when .Jacksonville and St. ,
lad Pan:! T0! Up engines and machinery.) Kandy Kitchen Cafe, ,I this liniment can be obtained for ai< lit not vital to him whether they pay the effect. That Is the successful mission -

> aUtonatic summer and filing : small sum. One application gives': Tha Road to Wellville-! or. not, a* he can use about all of of Hsrplode. For sale by W. A.l newspapers fort
I tarhlnf> Give I relief and in pkgs. for the enormous amountof Drtlemberte, 121 south Palafox street
reference and state 999 prompt continued use for! their plants
tIe. 'xpeoted. Address J. M. Russ 104.S.Palafox. Phone I I a short time will produce a permanent j jcl printing. that his enterprises' ,I ar send lOc. In stamps Detroit for Mich.eampla to sale at this office -r -
Co.,
tltr I The
Co., Collins Miss. lOmarStj cure. For sale by all druggists. I ,. require." Herpicide


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Pfc'NSACOLA JOURNAL MORNING MARCH 1'0" 1906
PAGE FOUR THE SATURDAY ,
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size of Madrid and wonderfully' busy .- ... ....... ............................... I I -You- can trustamedicine tested sixij

IIU$1 iJbe Jtn urola Joufnal with warehouses all the Implements elevators,of wharvesand modern i' For Th.n of years thati I SIxty Experience years of with experience Ayer'think Sar.l

commerce.Nor is this Spanish-speaking worlda FINAL: CLAIMS FOR DRAINAGE uparilia; the the onglnal doctors Sarsaparilia; the I ILEGAL

be absorbed.No I Sarsaparilla endorse for' thin I
something that can
race .element Is more persistentin OF THE FLORIDA EVERGLADES FOOT B 00 d w.blood.......weak.1KI'dI1 nerves W. pdlbll, general: debility. I

$ DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY., maintaining its Individuality. It is : the.........fit.11- t ildees': J ;!; :
Ineradicable and it is one
practically ( ; -
i- _
PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY of the possibilities of the future thatI Jacksonville Times-Union
I ,will be found standing up as a resisting -
1 ...BY...' dominanceof cial this 3rd c&y\ of March A n
power against the combina ........+..........*....*........ ...+.<.............. IDVERTISElr TS. (Seal) E. B. WELLS hoc
the Anglo-Saxon-Teutonic
COMPANY. Notary Public State of Florida
THE JOURNAL .
*
i tion.These people are beginning to learn 'If we must take Governor Brwoard will do so when "we'have a sugar plant NOTICE OF INCORPORATION.Notice larga. My commission- expires Jaj
is that the' undersigned -
hereby given 27 1909.
the strength in union. They are 1 learning seriously, we can only ,conclude that ana1: not when we drain the Ever will apply to the Honorable ury ,

FRANK L. MAYES President and General Manager. too something ot the science pf the drainage scheme! ,rests on two pil g ades.. If a modern sugar plant were Napoleon B. Browartf Governor of the State of Mississippi
there
placed In accessible locality
selt-g vernment. and it is by no J any
lars only State of Florida at Tallahassee County of iPearl
; River.
f would indUS-
a great
means chimerical to fancy at no very grow up sugar
1. ditches because the Florida on the twelfth day of April A. Before the subscriber a Notarv .
MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. distant date this Spanishspeakingworld We mutt o ig ? we try in Florida-to our profit and pnv.iu
r solidified with a federal government are bound jl y --coatract with .tbe infinite, advantage of the country but D. 1906. for letters Patent incorporating and for said State and c W.
-- ---- --- -- something similar to our own. National Government so'to do, and. the best results are to be secured THE J. R. SAUNDERS COM personally appeared John A. ET "
J % SUBSCRIPTION RATES. When that day shall come there will 2. We must 'drain' th, Everglades from the 'combined efforts of many PANY undar the following, propose* known to me to be the Individual 1

be two world -powers, on this conti-- because we :need sugar. small planters and not 'by taxing: the charter the original of 'which Is, now scribed by said name, and ackn?

SrX One Year:.................$5 00 Ono Month....... ....'.... 45 nent and the weaker of the two will On request the attorneygeneralwill small farmers to set up a great plantation ou file in the omce of Secretary of edged that he executed the forego
.... 2 50 One ....... ....... 10 State of the ''State of Florida. instrument for the
t'e Six Mouths........... Week not be without formidable power. inform the governor we are in a corner of the state. uses and purw*l
Three Months...... ...... 125 Weekly Edition, per year.l 00 bound to setile and develop the landsas For ..because of the conditions surrounding THE UNDERSIGNED SUBSCRIBERS therein set forth.

i --- well as drain them, and the courts it, the Everglades SOKS.T: do hereby make; application for Given under my hand and seal -js -- H HH HJ.. *D hate ruled that the "development" is plantation ,will be owned and man g?d Letters Patent Incorporating us and cial this 26th : g The Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed the essence of the coatract-that the from a central point-not otherwise ia: our associates into a 'corporation In 1906.
state the best management possible. Some accordance with the laws of Florida, (Seal) J S.
4 Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. 4 NEWS AND VIEWS complies with her contract LOVENotary
: ------- t FROM STATE PAPERS. if when she develops by building roads man or corporation with money to under the following Charter: Publc:
: as well as ,by digging dlches. Now put up a plant to ditch into the canals 1. _

Offices, 108 and 11O East Papers on Saloon Trains $H H-;' "" it 'WOUI.Q! be a waste of money and la- and to take ,proper precautions againstfire The name of the corporation shall State of Mississippi
I tor to dig ditches on some of "the ana' to buy steam agricultural Implements be The J. R. SAUNDERS COMPANY,, County of Pearl River.

Government. Phone 38.Wa at all News Stands. Wouldn't it be Delightful swamp and overflowed lands," ince must ultimately. If not Immediately and the principal office and place of Before tha subscrIber. a Xoa

I they are already high and dry; It crowd out the small planter business Pensacola. Florida ,with Public in and for said State M
The drainage of the Evergladesmay would also be a waste to ditch such i-f with his mule and oxen, his plows branch offices and places of businessat County personally appeared J j
I PE SACOLA. FLORIDA. SATURDAY MORNING. M1ARCH! 10. 1906H be impracticable with the meansat them a we could not "develop." In and his children for laborers. .The such other places as may become Newton known to me to be (the ai
: band it might be unprofitable in the latter class would remain and costly plant and implements the necessary in the conduct of said bus vidual described by said name cj

any event. But it would possibly must long' remain -by far the greater heavy work and the distances to be ness. acknowledged that he executed r4
; Stamp Canned Goods H"HHI the part of wisdom to experiment a portion of the Everglades even if traversed make the big sugaij planta- C. foregoing instrument for the usestd
j little around the ed'ges. If it should ditched and otherwise available sincewe tion a necessity in the the! Everglades; The general nature of the businessto purposes therein set forth.

With Date of Canning. # FLORIDA FARMERS gt dry and burn off down to the rocksas have not the men and women to let such a. corporation or man do the be transacted shall ba tha buying Given under my hand and seaic3! ,

ii- ARE PROSPEROUS. # has been solemnly affidavited of H, settle them. To comply with our contract ditching as well as the ,planting- antf/ selling of naval stores products cial this 22nd:! day of February in. J,
The suggestion recently made in # .* we would have a magnificent; inland it is not necessary to dig ditches make the sugar as well as gro.v it. and dealing In such naval stores 1906.

F1 Congress during debate upon the pure # Tampa Times. fresh water sea that would banish the -BO says the Supreme Court-there There Is money enough In the country products generally as factors and on J. tJ. SCARBOROUGR
it surviving home of malaria serve the fore this argument falls to uphold the and the picture drawn by tha governor commission; brokerage; buying selling (Seal)" Notary Pabfc!
food bill, that a general law be passed $ $ HHiJ I purposes of navigation supply us claim of the governor. is rosy enough :lo enchant the: and leasing:! timbered lands and!

requiring that all canned goods be with scenery unsurpassed in beauty Neither would the digging of the business .audience-let them heed. other real estate; owning and operate Slat* of Georgia
From all over Florida eomes cheering I and make the water front lots the ditches enable us to supply ourselvesor Governor Bloxbam made a beginning ing tramroads; owning and operating County of Colquitt.
with date of
Sr stamped, the canning reports of fine crop yields and home of all the multimillionaires of the rest of the world with sugar. which woula'.haYe done 'all Covtrnor steamboats, tugs barges, schooners Before the subscriber a Xo'an

? -will meet with general approval good prices. The single exception to I the north. It Is really too The governor figured that the estimated Broward promises but for bad man and other vessels; acting as agents Public In and for said State anI)

throughout the country and has al-- the rule comes from the more northerly bad not to believe that it cost of drainage would make the agement and the death of 'Mr. Diss- for. others in doing any of the acts County, personally appeared W <
would burn. Just picture the cost per acre of drained land less ton. and things herein mEntioned. and doing Vereen and W. II. Barber, known >'>
reaay been commended by a large lettuce fields. This usually profitable whole landscape converted Into wandering than the cost of clearing hammock Meantime, why not put the ,money all other acts and things incidental me to be the individuals described o.

number of newspapers. The Atlanta vegetable is not shipping well streams placid lakes gentle land of timber-that's! so. But a comparatively inroads toy way of development as and profitable to said business said names, and acknowledged thai
this season a new disease hawing, islands, in short a sort of a shaved- small proportion of the was wisely done in the pasty Why 3. they executed the foregong: lustra
News unequivocally endorses the suggestion ,made its appearance. Shortly after beIng off Switzerland. If we could only believe drainage area is fit for cane culture. not help the small farmer by soma ,The a.mount' capital stock shall ment for the uses and purpose

and has the following to siy cut the leaves wilt and droop as the muck would burn to the and to saddle the ,fit with the cost of means that would secure a sugar be FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND therein set forth.
rocks below we would be an enthus the whole would make the cost prohi-'plant and offer him a market for his DOLLARS ($500,000.00)), divided into Given under my hand and seal) offl
; relative to the danger to humanity If scalded, spoiling the plant for mar- iastic advocate of dralnage.-Tampa tifive, since we have other lands just cane and sirup as his real friend shares of :One Hundred Dollars cial. this 2nd day of :March A. D

4 from canned goods kept tinned too ket. Heavy losses have been sus' Times. as fit that AvouLa!! cost less. Nor docs 'I'would seek to do? Sirup worth one (100.00 each, and shall be payable;: 1S06.
tained. The experiment station is CC" it follow that cane culture would be- hundred thousand dollars is now held in cash topon the call of the directors. (Seal) J. II. W1L.L1FORD.

long: looking Into the cause of the trouble come a great. Industry 'because of the 'by small farmers within the territory 4. N. P. Colquitt Co, Ga.
When fruit, vegetables or meats Interest In Politics. opening of the Everglades to settlement tributary to Jacksonville and the pro- The Slid..corporation shall exist for
'.j tbat develop fermentation und : oer- and :seeking a preventive. It would The indications are that in this since we have a vast acreage d1ceicannot get his money because ninety-nine ((99)) years from the date State of Georgia,

fain conditions are put up in tinned perhaps be as well for our people to county this year there is 'going to be of land fit for both settlement and there ds no market for him short of of granting Letters Patent to it. Pulaski County.

:; cans, they are liable to form acetate go a little slow on lettuce until the a very active Interest taken in politics cane culture that is not planted to New Orleans; let the governor solve 5. Before the subscriber. a Kotarr

of tin. whicii is rank poison; and trouble disappears or is! overcome. by men who ordinarily have been quite that problem for the benefit of the The business shall be conducted bya Public J. P. Peacock personally al?
cane.We
when kept either in tin cans or glass willing to let matters of this kind go believe and have often said poor man and we will arise and call board of directors said board to be peared (I.?. G. Pace and John H Pact
This Is the
jars, ptomaines are lormed which however only exception as they may.. This does not mean, that Florida should'produce sugar- him blessed whether he views the composed of not less than nine, nor known to me to be the individual
:t41 however harmless some may be. certainly to the story of agricultural' prosperityin necessarily a bitter campaign. but it and 'plenty of it, but we can Jo so and I Times-Union with contempt or not. more than thirteen directors, as pro- described by said names and ackium

t ? act as a poison on the human south Florida. does mean that good officers all viated by thg by-laws; a president two edged that they executed the foresoir*

Ijll sjstemwhen developed in that way. Proofs are steadily piling up that around will be selected.DeFuniakBreeze. 0more vice-presidents as providedby instrument for the uses and purpose

Even if fooa1' products put up in there is easier work and l better the by-laws; a secretary-treasurer I therein set forth.
tl- tin cans or glass were kept in cold moneyIn a CC The Sunny Side of Life and an assistant secretarytreasurer.The Given under my hand and seal oS--
1$ d storage a change might take place in farming In south Florida than in directors shall be elected annuallyat cial. this 6th day of March A. D. hit
e-; : them. in time that would make thMIldangerous any section of the country. I: takes St. Clair-Abrams! Announces. the meeting of the stockholders to (Seal.) J. P. 'PEACOCK,

iI eating; but kept as they less money to begin' operations! : Hon. Alfred St. Clair-Abrams ol b0 held on the third Wednesday in N.P.P.C.Ga

I are by the grocer, subject to changes smaller expense is necessary in pro- I Taveres. has, announced himself as a January of each year and the officers
I I of temperature from cfey to day. and candidate for State Senator from Lake shall be elected by' the board of II-
viding a comfortable land is Escambia Circuit Court
i ii often placed where it is high nough home county. 'lie Is one of the brilliant rectors at a meeting to be held on the In County
J : -' to cause fermentation and decay: cheaper the climate permits labor in public men of the state and his can same day. Until the first election J. State of Florida. In Chancery. Annie -

there is a threat of sickness or d'ath the field every daylight hour In the didacy.will be watched with great in- R. Saunders shall be ,President; J. G. Thorsen vs. The unknown heirs"

r. to the consumer in every can or jar year except for occasional showers of terest by his many friends in all sections Pace and! C. H. Barnes Vice-presi of John McCree ant against all West parties
)4 that has been on hand a long time. of Florida. I dents and JL.. Head Secretary- claiming an interest in the
rain and altogether the conditions are 43 feet of Arpent lot 57, Old City ot
How long a time it takes after they S MAn Treasurer and D. R. Saunders. assIst- .
are put up to make them dangerous superior to any spot In the world. In Lake.A II ant Secretary-Treasurer; and J. R. Pensacola. On Monday the 25th dj
d: depends on the way they are handle; case of individual failure the fault is Underground Saunders J. G. (Pace. J. H. Pace R. F. of May, A. D. 1906 the defendants are

_% bus certainly, no one should be Imposed with the man and not with the soil few days ago G. E. WhUehurst.! a I Mitchell C. H. Barnes, John A. required to appear to the bill file,

1, on in 1906 by a can put up in an.i climate. farmer near Kynesville while cutting Ewing. i.?. B. Newton J. H. Smith- against them ,herein. This order abe
& ]!l03. 1904 or even 1903. If the date stalks over land which he had cultivated wick W. C. Vereen W. H. Barber published once each week for
I be stamped into the can or jar the The sale yesterday of the celery for the past seven years suddenly and Buckner Chipley shall constitutethe twelve (12) consecutive weeks in Tha
I customer can see for himself and from less than half an acre of groundfor found his mules submerged in Board of Directors. Pensacola Journal a newspaper published -

take his own risk in buying goo Ii $85p affirms what the Times has a lake or spring of water the crust ol 6. In said Escambia County \.

cf a doubtful character because they been preaching to the 'People of this earth having given away underneath The highest amount of indebtedness I M. McMillan, Clerk Circuit Coun, oj
F '& are cheaper. vicinity for years. Small patches of them. to which the corporation can at any L. G. Aymard D. C. Pensaco'a, FU

tuck rich fertilizing, intense cultivation One of the mules being unable to time subject itself, shall ba One Mil Feb. 2%. 1906. 24feboawi:! !,

-thesa should be the rule. Suppose touch the bottom at all, supported lion Dollars (1000000.00).
; ',* The true Tsood-luck bind foot of a a man had this season cultivatedtwo himself by clinging to the solid earth 7.

.-p, graveyard rabbit Is that of one killed acres, drridetf into strawberries. with his head and neck, while the The names, residences and amounts NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
red-headed at celery lettuce and cauliflower. He could his head Notice Is hereby given to all ..*JUtors !
tit by a cross-eyed, Digger other just barely keep subscribed for. by each subscriber are
4 wf p midnight on the thirteenth day of the would have marketed at the least two above the water by standing on hind as follows: Is&atees and distributees ot an I
.
month in the dark of the moon with thousand dollars' worth of stuff. at a -c J. R Saunders Pensacola Fla.. all persons having claims or d'l nan:

1 a stick once carried by a dead man.- net earning of fifteen hundred doars.!! feet.Mr.. Whitehurst by use of his knife % C 1,000 shares, 10000000. against the estate of Mrs. Fans Si
This Is quite amply pay for the time Helped HlatMU. IB m Poaltlom to Kn_w.Ephralm
Fla. 250
Birmingham Age-Herald. quickly freed the poor animals from J. G. Pace Pensacola livant deceased to preseinclaims
OSf : Jim bow cigars "That fellow Is always talking learned-
of one 'man for six months. It is admitted -Say. many :
To make the charm really effective. that the returns will harness and after hard work with does yo' smoke a day? ly about bank clearings. Dots be know bhares $25.000.00. and demands to the imd'tsP1ed
not be help, in about two hours succeeded in Jim Dat liat depends on bow many anything about such matters U. H. Pace Jtnsacola, Fla., 230 within two years from lhiq <4 i a
in addition the above specificationsthe excellent for
uniformly so each
to and safely landing them. times de boss goes out. "He ought to; be sweeps one out everyday shares. 2500000. 'February 24, A. D, 1906. c'pnl'\'IE'\
thirteenth day of the month should every season but they will come very Six feet of water still marks the R It'. Mitchell Pensacola Fla., 250 S. Beard Fanny W. Sullivan!. \1 I *
close to it tree times out of four. t.L r
Hfl;4 fall on Friday and the rabbit should spot.-Marianna Times-Courier. shares 2500000. Sullivant, executors. 24fcboa If
One
main trouble is that our farmers Fla. 250
C. H. Barnes, Jasksonvllle ,
.
bA first knocked senseless with a in the garden truck line undertake to C ''I

1 piece of the tombstone of a man that spread out too much with the result "Yellow Journalism." shares John 2500000.A. Ewing Lumberton Miss., NOTICE OF SALE.

ajifi has been hanged. If a thunderstormIs that they do not prepare their ground When we hear people talking ol 4 100 shares, 1000000. Sealed bids will be received o* 'IMI

all the properly, they do not fertilize enough, "yellow journalism" we wonder II _' 4i U1.' H. Smithwick Pensacola Fla.. 100 Board of Bond Trustees of "U* "
raging better.
nor cultivate thoroughly. Five acresis they know what hey are talking i of Pensacola .Florida from Februar'
shares $10,000.00.W.
_ _ enough for any man to superintend about.: The New York World supplied C. Vereen Moultrie, Ga., 100 26, 1906 until March 28, IPOb! al' 'J
in this section and he has to have a most of the evidence that aroused public 1000000. o'clock noon, for the purchase of M
shares
'i4-1 It was the Irony of fate that President -;, Keen eye if no spot or comer of It indignation against the insurance W. II. Barber Moultrie. Ga., 100 or any part of Three Hundr"d ThO'sand

.1 Roosevelt's favorite railroad rate gets away from him. ; grafters yet it is stated that the "yel hares, $10,000.00.Buckner Dollars ($300,000) "(Improvement

q1 bill should have been placed in the I low papers" have dogged those fel. I Chipley Pensacola Fla., Bonis of the City of Pensacoia,I

ji't hands of his bitterest foe Senator H H.flH.t.t: lows out of business., The Washington 150 shares $15,000.00.J. Florida" being of the denomlnaron
:'
!19.'
to Times exposed the postofflce grafters B. Newton. Poplarville Miss 50 $1,000 each dated January
Tillman guide through the senate. .1 EXTENT OF SPANISH #I six months before official action shares 500000. maturng January 1, 1936, sobje"the
."! SPEAKING WORLD. i was begun. Newspapers that get the 1 D. R. Saundsrs, Pensacola Fla., 50 right of the City to redeem an> or
:: The ouster proceedings against the news and place the facts before the shares. $5,000.00. all of said bonds at any tin'- tf'f*

t 4 Standard Oil Co. having been dropped ?J Memphis Commercial-Appeal tI people are called "yellow," and half of Total shares.IN twenty(20)yeara( from the date those who use the term don't know WITNESS WHEREOF, the before at par and accrued Interest, anti' ht'
l by. the state of Kansas, somebody: in $ H'iH 'H why they use Gainesville Sun. mentioned subscribers\ have hereunto ing interest at the rate of 44 ? '

the Whisker State will probably !oom C'S signed their names. cent. per annum payable ,;enua:'

4 up In a new automobile before long. Very few Americans realize the extent Terminals for Tampa. Ul R. SAUNDERS nually. The principal and inu'r"
Big
of that fipanish-speaking world J. G. PACE, are payable in gold at the office of lb'
Judging from the ramarks of the which latter-day American The Seaboard Air Line Railway is J J. H. :PACE.R. United States Mortgage and 'fQt
4 diplomacy preparing to carry out its promise. He ...._ F.
t state press Governor Broward "start. has Coalda't t n into
brought such close
proximityto made to the people of Tampa some Acquired by Marriage. WtUU-Say. pop I thought one and one C.:: H BARNES The legality of the bonds SIll *is <"i)'
h ed something"when he jumped onthe this country. We are, one and all, time ago; that as soon as there was Hooker-He has a will.of his own they always made two. U. A. EWING. proved by Messrs. Dillon & lI.t.ll: '
Papa-80 they 40.Lookel'Y" .
$ newspapers for criticising his prone to believe as we speak. W'erefer reasonable assurance of deep waterat, say. ,. It cam to him with Ua Willie-Well, the preacher said when eta J. H. SMITHWICK. of New York whose opinion a1- "'
I L' Everglades drainage scheme. to the countries to the south of this port. It would 'put In extensive wl.ta. was married that these two are one. W C. VEREEN legality 'or a duplicate thereof '" i'

k _ use as "banana republics," as "vol terminals here. W. H. BARBER be delivered to the purr.baser >r, ''
The work of obtaining deeper water BUCKNER CHIPLEY, more than purchaser. to 'ia' "
one
General Leonard Wood evidently canic nations," and we are sadly underestimating 5
under the continuing contract appro- ',J. B. NEWTON. the purchasers. The bonds Will '
t believes that the only good Moro Is what these countries priation made by, congress has beenIn D. R. SAUNDERS.State engraved: under the super*'II! (/B *<

i a dead one and. upon that theory has represent. For instance. Hubert M. progress for some time and the Sea- and certified as to genuine- -' /)\ Ih"

transferred 600 of them to the-happy Skinner in the National Magazine in board has now taken actual, steps toward of Flortafc. United States Mortgage .""' iru L
the expenditure in terminal improvements County of Eacambia.
describing the extent of the Spanish- Company cf New York
$ : hunting o1nds. here of at least 300000. Before the subscriber a Notary Each bid must be mart m a blank

speaking world, says: In this mornin'g's Tribune appears Public in and for said State and form furnished by the t.! and< J?"
The Spanish-speaking world Is the articles of incorporation of the County, personally appeared J. R. be ai"1' 'ertlil.d
.t It Is alleged that accompanied by
now congressional ,
i much larger than the French-speaking Tampa Terminal Company, which is Sauna' rs. D. R. Saunders R. F. check on one of the ban*- of the 11
grass seed is adulterated with dandelion j; If. Smithwick and Buck of
p composed of local business men, but Mitchell cent
and nearly as large as the German- I' of Pensacola for two u; > t"
p ; ,and plantain. That's nothing. speaking. There are perhaps, which is,.in fact. corporation or'gan- .. ner Chipley known to me to be the the par value of the bonds bid fo'
.:t !ant congress ltself adulterated with fifty ized by the Seaboard Air Line for the ( e, individuals described *y" said names. The bid should be in a ,aled env "
million of people!" in all who make use purpose of building its tennnals. .a., and acknowledged that they executedthe nnprote nBonds :
for
craft? ope marked "Bids
of the French language and seventy The company will use the Sea. foregoing' instrument for the uses and addressed 0 L. HU-J

ft I millions: all told who speai; GermanIn board's capital in carrying out the and purposes therein. set forth. Green President of the Board of BO=J
; The Casino at Monte Carlo cleared railroad's plans for extensive deep Given under my hand and official conslaeKi
water -
% some of,its forms. There are probably seal this 5th nay of March A. D. 1906. Trustees. The bid, to be ',
terminals Grassy the ol -
Island
$5.600,000 last year notwithstanding on must be received at the office!
sixty-five millions or who Seal J.
KS-J more ( ) JOHN 'GIBSON.
f fact property recently purchased by the Sea. Board of Bond Trustees In PensactA.
the that several
gamesters are reported speak Notary Public.
Spanish; and if we Include
board for this purpose. 'jr.7 o'clock! t1'on
t Florida. by or before 12
to have broken the bank. My commission .expires. February 24,
with them eaS'place
those who use the closely The company is composed of Peter 1909. March 23, 1906; and ai the

I related Portuguese the number will O. Knight President. ; F. C. Bowyer delivery of, the bonds W) .
t (Jacksonville's $400,000 issue of city tt about eighty-five millions. Vice-President; L. J. Cooper Secretary State oft'Florida, made cn April JO 1906. at 2 o> *

.t 4 bonds brought a premium ot $43,732.Pensacola'a And this large Spanish-speaking and W. R. Fuller Treasurer. County of DunraL p. m. The ale of said bonds Is J-

.-. improvement, bonds ou;at I worlai 1 la growing both in populationand Mr. Knight speaking of the company Before tha subscriber a Notary ject to approval by the City Coo-::"t
I In wealth. In birth rate, as far to a Tribune reporter yesterday of the City of Pensacola and the npla
Public In and for said State and
I to do well .
fully as i as; can be learned it Is larger than that stated its object as above given County personally appeared C. H. reserved to reject any or all bM
of the United States and second only and said that no time would be lost Be Didn't Llacer. He Wasm't Bat He DM. For further particulars address/*'!
Barnes known to me to be the ,individual ,
Prom ,present indications the com.ing' to that of Germany. i"Mexico in beginning actual work on the ter Ferdy-I asked old Slambaac for his StayIa.IghtYou a mind readert Ha hat described United States Mortgage and TTU*
Pi put you to the teaL What am I thinking by said name, and
daughter's hand and M asked me to wait.
polItical campaign in Florida will has worked a marvel for itself minals. The plans have been prepared tha.fi encouraginsi How about DOW? acknowledged, that he.. executed: the Company or the undersigned.
.'. Chile Is a good second to Mexico for time and there will be PercY-Well. GREE-,
Tou
some Weerie- are HILTON
to wait? atlas thinking of starting Instrument for and L.
foregoing .the
;
be fully exciting of oldmaivTor I long did be want you uses
as as a game
and Buenos Ayres in the Argentine I no delay In the -good work.-Tampa: Ferdy-Well. be mentioned five minutes for borne at once! purposes therein set:, forth. Chairman Board of Bond Tru3i *>
-, t slan jack. is a city of'a. million souls, twice: the Tribune. till he,could get bit boot on; but I bolted, Given under-my hand and seal offi Pensacola. Fl rid1.jir -

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TH E. PgNSASOUA" JOURNAL, SATURDAY. MORNING, MARCH 10 1906'
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SCIENCE WILL Achesof H HELP IS NEEDED N E 1 'ONCE WELL-TO-DO swe tna tool -1



FIGHT any kind, headache, toothache, 'He and tat vet cow 51a,
THE
Roy7iBa1tiig earache stomachache, backache, fOR MERIDIAN ISOWDBfflKSWRECK th Pill !

lideache, and all similar nerve disorders red 1ft

] toe
instantly soothed and -*
4 .
are byland _* / -k
quickly relieved. and cured, by l'. H. ..XC11DP.&RThXDOZ WSOS2 PALL TKOX TSOSP2B.ITT TO: )"
fEVER dependable of all medicines k ths BUD! THHOUQH XXQTJOB BKOXTGHT'LOSS or WTTE AID Sal JI
that
most
SUffERERS &e
lV.; ,.yETFHPa: KICKED OUT OPCITTINtRMAUrQoOIIjQ. !
Powder for the relief of pain, pski 4)11) ArnA3"-IB1aOX, AL'fDBA'tIVZ XQW.J 0 "?

.is's. ---n ti-j;?

ir:: 1uchar1.l'irtrid irycars Drink.- at\\QQ4:"
What Has Been Done in Threatened HAMLINS krds.coo. bis condition. ,Cby
Absolutely Finance Committee Appeals to ( ago..wu a vrell-to-do Business A tew Uys ate t S ;.
mad owner of a store. He of the luflrmaor" 'A
I to*
Community to Secure Immunity WIZARDOIL People for Contributions-Situation landfronj: was respected by his neighbors mosty*

Pure from Disease. t and was known as_ O'id- >*"'* DRINKTVe .

< Becoming Normal.A i!.;; gen taxe&lfio..Theo-b !
j
A New Orleans special to the Gal-
DISTINCTIVELY A CREAM OF vestcn Tribune says: If you have ever influence experiencedits The New special Orleans from Meridian Picayune says Miss: to 4. BARS MEN FROM BUSINESS I Ij

Under th9 far reaching Influence of gentle, quieting on Today's situation the j
as regards
TARTAR BAKINC POWDERIt an aching, throbbing head, tooth, We read of business man who fall from 1 prMperlt ruin loses his family aa4. .;;
practical demonstration is condition -
the people of tornado assuming a normal friends and the only ambition left is 1&0"a.4mlt\e4 tQ the"poor house" "Drink I* o
the south have come to accept the or other nerve, you will never be -as much as could be expected given as the cause of his condition." ;
without it in the house. under the circumstances. All the sol Drink has( coaqaere4 the strongest Intellects, the bravest hearts and the noblest of
does not contain an atom of mosquito dogma of yellow fever trans natures. Businesscompetitionh_become co keen that only men of steadfast habits
diers
phos. have been withdrawn and left No-
mission been subject to sick can expect to succeed. -willpower": on earth can heal the inflamed stomach rneeebraces -
result "I had
defensive
and as a .
for their respective homes last night. burned out by he craving for drink is a disease brought on by con- .1
phatic acid (which is the product of bones preparations In the south have been headache for over 5 years," writes Adjutant General} Fridge remainedover Usual Indulgence. in alcoholic stimulant and requires treatment. .

along eminently sane lines under the Mrs. A. 0. Scharfer of Great until 11'o'clock' today when he returned ,'
digested sulphuric acid) or of alum direction of such scientists as Dr. J. Bend Kan. "I: used one bottleof to Jackson. Even the Meridian Orrine No. I, OrrineNo.2
In ,
powder form, : In pill form and
1Iai4e: of rae marine hospital service I companies have ,been taken off tuteJessandodor OR'DDm 0 I I ;
Hamlins Wizard Oil and have I should be taken '
(which is one-third sulphuric acid sub- of the United States and others guard and the matter of protection less,can be given ( ; by those willing '
) : whose names do not appear In the' not had a headache since. now Is with the civil authorities. The without of the the to be cared. la

for other official regulations promulgated! from I soldiers did the work and were of patient knowledge ia tea, convenient be carried formto la
stances adopted And C. Dieckman of 193 Hend- Cures
baking I ,
powders time to time for the safeguarding of I great assIstance. The work of clear cofff'e SAnd. Whiskey and Beer Habit n.t pock"ORRINE ;

because of their the public health. I ricks St., Detroit, Mich., writes: ing away the debris is continuing with is the oulr en re and safe home treatment forth Ilqr habit.. No losseS ::
cheapness. Many southern localities have "I have always found relief from all the help that can be obtained. time or absence from home required. No sanitarium treatment necessary. .'
Mailed in plain sealed wrapper on receipt: of price. Write for complete treatise on j
adopted stringent screening regula earache by using Hamlins Wiz. The city convicts are still busy clearing "How to Core Drunkenness (sealed) free. THE OaRINg CO PANY. INC, '
tions. In, ;New Orleans alone something Washington, D. C. ,
the the .
ard OIL" Price 50c and $1.00. away wreckage, state convicts
more than 100,000 above ground' having been carried back to Cure Effected or Money Refunded. ...
cisterns have been closely screened Sold and recommended by Oakley Farm., A Registered Guarantee In every box. Price of either form SI.00 per box. -
with fine meshed copper wire netting. Cdlonel OKKIN& is sold in every city by the J adlne dropf 1st. Sold in this city by 31
H. M. Street chairman- of
In addition to this precaution, Dr WHITE'S PHARMACY, II
the relief committee th's morning
Quitman Kofanke, president of the ,Pensacola. Fla. denied in the most emphatic languagethe WHITE'S PHARMACY .. I
CONTRACT FOR BLOUNT New Orleans board of health, has ,
Phone 180 Night Phone 446. report sent out from Jackson that
placed a price of five cents on the 1O6 S. Palafox Street Pensacola Fla. !
only one man had been found who is .
bead of every stegomyia faciata captured -
not able to rebuild his own house des- .
----- -- ----- 1
in with --- -- --
New Orleans, special -
BUILDING IS AWARDED valuable money prizes for the first, troyed by the tornado. ___1wFLOORS- --____--- S
The Relief Fund.
second ana'! third brought dead or aliveto AN INTERESTING
(Subscriptions to the relief fund for
the city board of health. No one EASILY PAINT EDWITH
the aid of tornado sufferers are being
will make a fortune In this way even
The Southern Ferro Construction Company, Gets Contract for Doing through the use of mosquito traps, hourly increased. Money is coming
for the stegomyia faciata has all but from citizens' of Meridian and near
All Steel and Concrete Work, Including Floors and Roofing, been exterminated here.Restrictions OASKETOnL and far cities in a most liberal man GRANBY READY-MIXED HOUSEHOLD PAINTSfor
Stringent. ner. Tel !Tams of sympathy accompanied -

and Will Commence Louisiana's! 1906 quarantine regulations by checks for various amounts
Work Monday. domestic purposes. Put up in one pound cans aniaH
come with every mail. It is the
were framed with the experience gen you have to do Is to shake the can, or stir the paintIn
eral opinion that had it been for
-- of recent as a groundwork, not
years can before applying with a brush. 25 Cent
r material here which will be used in and the real danger points having GAMEReds the ill-timed and ill-advised telegrams
THIS PORTION OF THE WORK IS the building SO that when the' foundation -been discovered, restrictions have sent out Saturday that Meridian was
COMPLETED WITHIN is completed everything will bin been made more stringent In several amply able to take care of the situation Saunders Mill Company
BE
,
TO all Central the fund would now be all that
readiness to commence immediately -directions. For many years -
NINETY DAYS AFER LAYINGOF upon the concrete and steel work. American ports were universally could be desired to meet the distress Phone 71 7. 21 East Garden Street.
According to the plans the buildingis ; : regarded as points of infection and in of every sufferer. However the lib-
FOUNDATION WHEN CON. to be modern in every respect ani the endeavor to guard against all, the Win from the Whites Aftera eral-hearted people of adjoining and

will t>e a crealt to Pensacola, towering lengthy line of defense has been distant .states are donating most lib-
TRACT FOR COMPLETION OF high above any other building in the weakened. Recent searching investigation Hard Struggle it Being erally. Among the larger donations
BUILDING WILL BE LET. city and furnishing quarters for hundreds hag 'Tprovea'' to Dr. White and received today is one from P. W. .....44.e...........................................:

of tenants. It is understood to the officials of the southern states Necessary :to Play Scott, manager for the Armour PackIng -
that the ground floor has already been board of h'ealth that several of the Company of this city, from the I
leased by prominent business firms Central American ports are and have Off a 1ie. Chicago headquarters for $250. The 1 MARION CURRY & CO. i
Contracts were signed yesterday and also that a large number of the been absolutely fee of Infection Armour Packing Company's Meridian ,
beh'N'tW.. A. Blount and the repre- offices have been spoken for. while vothers throughout the summer plant was directly in the path of the .

eentathe of the Southern Ferro Con- The owner of the proposed building season are rarely free of it. Thus the In a" hotly contested game of basket cyclone, and was damaged to the extent : 16, 1 8,20 MANRESA STREET, 2
for slated last night that it will probablybe wheat and the chaff ave been separated ball played at the Y. M. C. A. building of about 10000. Bes'des smaller
'fctruction Company of Atlanta, seven or eight months before all cf the quarantine against the,dan last night between two association amounts the following large sums i :
the erection of that portion of the big the work is completed and the building gerous ports has been Immensely were received today: Eastman-Bar PENSACOLA, FLORIDA.WHOLESALE .
feven-story Blount building. at the ready for occupancy. strengthened while that against the teams the, Redajand Whites, the latter diner Company. Laurel. $100; employees i .

corner of Palafox and Garden streets, non-dangerous ports, while not eliminated were. Tictorioyftby a score of two of East Mississippi Insane :

comprising the foundation, concrete: 'A 'Safe Cough Medicine for Children.In has been.. altered to meet existing points. v)1 Hospital' $34; citizens of Forest .

and steel work floors and roof which buying a cough medicine for children evidence conditions.An of. the exraordinary Fromthe referee'a, whistle, at the York$'".75;$50 Heller; citizens Kirsch of &Shubuta Co., New$69
"
be afraid to buy Chamberlain's start to the spectators' it was I clearly ; I Grain and Feed Stuffs
southern
is known as the skeleton. never precautions taken by the Charles Scott Rosedale, $?50; H. & I.i Hay {i
There will *e two seperate con-: Cough Remedy. There is no states board of health Is the adoption seen >that the, teams' were evenly B. Beer New Orleans, $200; citizensof ,
from it and relief is alwayssure
of
tracts for the erection of the building, danger to follow. It is especially valuable -of the following special code regulations fruit- matched. (Both sides, however fought: Yazoo City $500; P. W. Rouse .

the one above referred to and the for colds, croup and whooping vessels from governing non-infected non-Infected ports: stubbornly for the victory, some of New of 'Central York, $z5e: teachers and pupils Only Exclusive Dealers in West Florida. Any Quantity. t ;

other for its completion, which will be cough. For sale by all druggists. Code of Regulations."A the Individual work' being exceptionally Gulf Bag Company School Meridian.$100. The$78.77 expenditures ;- 2 Experienced Grader. Prices Right. Grades Perfect. .:

of a different class; of work altogether.As resident meulcal' inspector health appointed good.- !iAt the end....of the second to date' 'for the present J Trial Order Solicited. Write for Prices. 2 '
the buiViing! is to be absolutely RIGHT REV. BISHOP by the state board of half the score was found to be a tic not permanent relief amount to about
at all fruit ports. 208. P.. O. Box 661. t
stationed Telephone
the IN THE CITY shall be $6,000 f
nreproof from the ground floor to ALLEN subjected to no 18-18, therefore necessitating further ,
be '
should
roof, steel and concrete form most of restrictions"Vessels except Inspection at tb2 playing, the team first making two The finance committee of which :.................................................... J
. Right Rev. Bishop Allen, of :Mobile General W. D. Cameron is chairman
tie material to be used, and when this quarantine station. points to be declared victor. At this
of his Issued statement
will reach the city today on one a today containingthe
portion of the work Is completed the visits to the churches at Pensacola. "The fruit ports considered non-In stage; of the game.was seen the best following:
nuiMing will be well under to I fected at present are Ceiba, Blufields
way Sunday he will conduct high mass at playing, and only after five. minutes of More Help Needed. NEW METHOD LAUNDRY
wards Lamon.
.
completion.The and Port
work of clearing: away debris St. Michael's church at 10:30 a. m. "No passengers shall be allowed to rapid basketball passing the Whites "The the finance committee appointedby
mass meeting of the
from fhf' site and laying the foundation embark at any fruit port for Gulf made the much desired points by a \..
citizens for the relief of the Proprietor. Mo 8 West Romany; S!. phone 133.I .
shall E. w. LAWRCNCe. :
is '0 toe commenced Monday morning To draw the fire out of a burn heala ports unless said passengers field goaL'Whites
*H the contractors and a big forceof cut without leaving a scar or to have 'been three days in such ports. Reds which victims of the terrible cyclone -- -- --- -- -------. - - ,

men will be employed in order to cure boils, sores, tetter, eczema and all "Prospective passengers shall of repo.tto this Oertlng..1.. F..Barrow district passed of the city over desires the ill to-fated express ............to 0 0 0.................................... I.',
jush ihe work as fast as possible. The skin and scalp diseases, use DeWitt's the local medical inspector Loirton. .. .. ... .R. F... .. Leonard in .
I itmtract stipulates that the work is to Witch Hazel Salve. A specific for board three full days before the lilY Hagerman.. .. ..C. ... .. .. ....Bell ,sincere terms thanks for the !
be completed within ninety days alter piles. Get the genuine. No remedy of .departure, and each successive lay Welles..L. G. ... Rutzlee generous made by contributions the impulses that of have been I I GROCERY SPECIALS f fAn
the completion of the foundation.The causes such speedy relief. Ask for until the vessel sails. Williams. .. .. R. G.. .Mallory hearts generous
company which secureal! tho BaWitt's-the genuine. "Vessels will be required to carry. to do !gOo:! to suffering humanl- .
contract for the big building Is one of marine medical inspectors." -- ------ --- -- : order from this list means the saving of some money +

the largest construction firms in the I Regulations against vessels from in FLORIDA TOMATO UNION for you and is a guarantee too of purity and freshness. 2
south and has erected a number of Cheap Gas in New York. fected 'ports are Just about as string LABORIS : Pure food means good health.
'--echapers in Atlanta during the Albany N. Y., Mar. 9. The senate ent as human ingenuity can devise. i '
past few years. During the time that has passed the bill making the rate During the winter months the CROP IS SHORT 1 Milk Dime Brand..3 for 25c; dozen 95c .

't'hE' men are engaged in placing tho for ras In Greater New York eighty board of health officials have gone after RESPONSIBLE FOR MUCH 2 20 pounds of Rice................................. ..........$1.00 .

: in shipping the steel and otherIn I I now goes to tae governor. with fever::}last summer. In Louisiana] The Mr. A.Miami C. Forst Metropolis of Pania says a: tomato THAT IS EXCELLENT, THE J Pie! peaches 3-pound Tins, Fine quality1 .. . .. . ...........10c 2
Ferndell Preserves regular 37V2c quality, to close for only..25c .
grower of much experience, called at CLASH OF. CAPITAL AND 2 California Green Gage Plums, 3-pound Tins .... . ...........,15c :

the Metropolis office today and stated LABOR NOTWITH. Hirch's Strained Honey, bottles. .. .. ........ .... . ...10 and 20c 2
that he desired to correct. the state- .
ment maate: by Mr- Walter Hawkins,
of. the ConsolidatedFruit STANDING. t 14WGurden Popular i
general manager I LAZ JACOBYThe
Company, that the tomato crop 4 Phone 183 .

It Is Wrong ; this cent season of that would of last be year.at least 75 per confesses Then the that unsophisticated,this is a day of layman special :................ ......t+t.4+.t4i...f..................;

"I have it from parties who have attainment and as such the union is, .
made a careful canvas of the county." as it were, a school of excellence in ty. While such contributions have vvoon: I IAll
said Mr. Frost "tfoat the tomato every line of attainment. To have reached the magnificent sum of S21-
crop
To Suffer From a, Germ Disease, When Liquozone is Free. : this year" will not average over thirty come Into the estate of "journeyman"means 000 the emergency has not been met. kinds that
per cent. of last year's acreage and years of novitiate training for It is Indeed pitiable to observe the you want..
; crop. It l Is estimated by these parties the former "cub," a training which scant distribution OUT. nOble relief
the past few years scores of disease been made with it. Its power had been<< Abo moat forma of following, : that there are now 1,300 acres In tomatoes equips fcim thoroughly with the theory committee is forced to observe because -
' have been traced to germ attacks. proved,again and again in the most difficult Stomach Kidney Trouble Trouble Liver Women's Troubles D.setsei and that th, total number of and practical science of his trade. of the enormous body of deserving OAK AND' PINE :
They wero thought to be due to other germ diseases. Then we offered to Fever. Inflammation or catarrh-impure or pel I crates that will be ma.rketed111 not Nowhere; Is this more necessary than sufferers many of whom are
causes when old-time remedies were supply the first bottle free in every disease Boned nervous blood-usuall debility Indicate Idquozone a germ acts attack.la aa A vitallMT. exceed 175,000. which is a little more in the science of brewing and we take at present powerless to help themselves cheaper than you can buyit i
Eiade. Can you not see why you don't that required It. And over one accomplishing remarkable: results. than one-third of that estimated by occasion here to recommend to our without homes without cloth anywhere. Any size )OU
C" well, if you treat a germ disease with million dollars Lave been spent to an- 31 r. Hawkins." I readers a home enterprise of the fir.t ing and without food. The fund we want.
remedies that can't kill germs? nounce and fulfill this offer. 50c. Bottle Free.If Mr. Frost in discussing the acreage I magnitude, lafcserving home patronageIn have raised will soon bo exhaustedand
The remedy of to-day Is Liquozone, The result is that 11,000,000 bottles you need Liquozone,and have never now under cultivation said that about proportion. We- refer to the plant the work of relef hardly begun.
and b the first bottle is free. Its power have been used mostly in the past two tried, it,please send us this coupon. We two-thirds of It is above Miami in the the high eIDprlseand the splendid The members of the' relief! committeehave E. G. SEWELL 1
t>e.t told by a test. We ask you toT years. Today there are countless: cured will then mail you an order on a local vicinity of Pan'a and Fort Lauderdale i product of the Acme Brewing Company been ardent and untiring in their 0'

*tat It, as millions have done and learn ones, scattered everywhere to tell tat druggist for a full-size bottle, and will an-i'! the remaining one-third below j of Macon, Ga. They employ labors and have accomplished noble, Phone 6V1.cJcttrEi1.
it means to you. Learn what this Liquozone has done., pay the druggist ourselves for it. This Miami or in the Homestead section. only master brewers, some of them work; but have been hindered and) h ,
t -made germicide can do. But so many others need it that this is our free gift made to convince you; The majority of the vines! Mr. Frost brought from the greatest bre*tries embarrassed by the fear of th3 lack I
offer U published stilL In late years,ucienco to let the product itself show :you what says are in a healthy condition and abroad. These men are equipped with of means. j j j"Such ; ; ; {
What Liquozone Is. has traced scores of diseases to germ it can do. In justice yourself please will have fair yields though there are I' every modern .:.oth century Innovation conditions should not exist. ;
attacks. Old remedies do not apply to it today, it'places underno scientific brqwln FINE PHOTOGRAPHS.
sick accept you some fields that, have: been blighted I for successful who have contributed at home : 1
Those
show those ones
We wish to
The virtues of Liquozone are derived them. can do. obligations whatever. that will not yield ,ten crates of fruit They have a plant in which cleanl! and abroad. Go. bless them have!Icontributed Pensacola. Fla. i
moldy from gases. The formula is sent to -at our cost-what Liquozone Liquozone costs 50c. and SI. to the acre. The total yield of 175,00' nesi Is. a byword and an eve present nobly and liberally. Those! --- - ;
*::1Ch ustr The process of making re- crates Is based upon the conditions as fact They aresupplied with the fin contributed aaU., by]
not
time It is chemists sustained by an inflexible neglect
directed by hops and.are
of Fill U oat and mall It to The Com- appreciation of the true situation -
the the diseases which Liquo- Uqoozoae a due .
are the of the
jlghfts* cbss- The object is to eo determlpatipA part
fr In theseit pa.DT,t5I-4M W abasll'A.ve.,Chlc&go.dIaeaae call upon them to take a walkover j
employed. we
and combine the gases; as to carry into zone has been most at Kenner. Patterson: and other towns proprietor .to. .produce the best beer district if then !
the In and
8)st6m a powerful tonic- t'rmilde. has earned its widest reputation.the first My U.........._._..........._........... extraordinary work bas been done to in AnrcL.Have: .t they dOM It? You the stricken prompted to do something ,
Contact all of these trouble supply not '
we they
with kills form if we they have are
Liquozone say
o f diaea.se any bottle free. And in all-no matter how dif I have never tried Uquoaone. It yon will extenn'nate! the stegomyia faciata. will be amazaa; by their on6dence; may the I; 13 THE GREATEST :
germ because germs are of apply me a toe boul free 1 w1l11&k.1'- The infection cannot be carried over 'but we in tnrn are sustained in the
"'" ol* origin. Yet to the body Liquo- ficult-we offer each user a two months'further from one season to another except in assertion that they have succeeded Lord have mercy on tbelr souls. The I' THEATRICAL J SHOW PAPER

in one till'U not only harmless, but helpful test without the risk of a penny. ..........................-..-.................. the body of a mosquito In hibernation. by a verdict of the Walheinus Institute -committee will maka no' personal canvass -, -;.
tin r extreme. That i is its main dia- Abscess Asthma- ,tiWa Ooltre-Ooot Q Q orrb--olet't Consequently no nook or corner has of Chicaso. the leading brewers' but will thankfully} receIve any;, IN THE WORLD.

1\'hl'tla'taken Common germicides are poison Bronchitis Hay Fever-Influeniall .......................................... ... been left unfumigated in any of these cheiiists. "American Queen'" i has! and all voluntary contributions which of 14,00 Per Year. Single! C9PJ I 10 C.
with member
internally. That is why BloodPol.on GrippeLeQCOrrhea towns. Dr White, who was in charge beett pronounced by them superior to may be placed any ,

de58e.Jedicine! has been BO helpless in a germ Coughs Bowel Troubles-Colds Jlalarla Xeoralfla.Pile t C ....................................MM" at New Orleans last summer, spenta three of their competing brands !! the committee" or at f.the office.of Miller ISSUED TTEEKLT. i
t51it1 Liquozone is exhilarating vi- ConsumptionContagions Dlsaasea lUienmitttsintiki*-Quinsy S Give full address-wnt*plainly. quarter a million dollars In mos- which enjoy almost universal recognition & BaskIn. SAMPLE COPY FREE. :-
ran purif fying; yet no disease germ .rx-er-C..t&ITb &YetVJ9YPkUIeentet7DLazthQ. quito destruction and assests that: : :and sale. Many of our sojih- The Mobile and Ohio Railroad has
\Se!Xlt in it.Purkd. byspe-nandrse. TnbelrnleeIsEc2em&EryEp43 a Diseases Note that thl.oft: applies to new users only., New Orleans need,'nave no fear of in- ern people might admit this reluctant. I brought in a carload tarpaulins. for FRANK QUEEN PUB. CO.(LU),
, the American rights to Tueeoe-.UlesfS Any pfayriciaa hospital not jet name HijnimM make a critical test. the use of the home1esa-people until AUU: I EeRIE rcauuvsta,
coming to life when until they
** homes can be secured.: ii.&ii&A* ttW.n'JI JT..WrOK.r41 : .
warm weather returns. Do BO, yourself.

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whiskeJ __ j I To-day Closes Our Monster I.
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I Ii A Windfall of Bohemia \I PENSACOLA | Much Pleasure and Comfort, j:

: 7icrc'sookingtyou" E BY WILLIS EMERY | : Odd and End Sale !

ilL (3C I 41 comfort especially as to ,drop into a *
Copyright, 1905, by Chas. B. Etherington. x ,

>>" Hi. ai. $- -"jEH 'H'-nfE ', So you must ACT AT CARNIVAl L i I| Big Easy Rocker or Morris Chair :

r good cheer : ONCE if ,you want to

and I HAD 30 cents, which was hardly tions Hiai lie now submitted the.rob"len' .I reap its benefits. o on coming home in the evening after a hard J

; I enough for dinner, so I went : of Danny Gilbert' The result wa I t, day's work. Now, we've got just the rocker J

l jsatisfactionwhen over to Jack Powell's to inquire' miraculously good. President Jngraham Names Those t:.
: about the state of his finlD<'H. """br. yes: I know hue man" said [ MEYER SHOE COMPANY, or Morris chair-big, roomy rockers with :

you The chance was not good. When Pow sfce. ""lIe has been posing for Billy Ab- Who are to Raise the Money t, arms at S3, $4, $5 and up to $25. Morris :

ell was a rei>orter he frequently bad bott. I Feet Furnishers For Folks *' chairs prettily upholstered in velours, $6,50. :
a dollar or two in bis pocket but sine At this Powell and I suddenly faced I
Necessary.
drinkj"old $18. You
$7.50 $12 $15 and
he began to devote himself entirely to each other open mouthed, awf we spoke : +, $9 can buy :

literature' he has probably borrowed 'in the same instant: I 102 S. Palafox Street. :' now and pay later. $
joe"particularly "That's iti""You've Pursuant thihe resoloton:: passed .
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I more money than he has loaned even I I
inside our own set. On this occasion, solved the riddle.** u at the citizens meeting Thursday, ..
pleasing because President: : Walker Ingraham, of the .'
however, he had SO cents so we decided For we both remembered having: seen
1 it's always good-enormously I Carnival'Association, yesterday named MARSTON &
to go to Julio's, where a dinner Danny Gilbert with ;Abbott --at the : 'j f the commitec of five whose duty it | QUINA, !
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., li popular. in which he ,
-, costs half a dollar. treet door of the" building will be to call upon the business men
full measure-convenient package I While we were on our way to the has his studio. We bad been riding by : CakeadSaadSale I end citizens of Pensacola and raise t i
I 108UO'S 148. Pensacola
Palafox St. Phone
sold Fla.
moderate
'i price- everywhere restaurant Powell took a card photo- in an open car and ,had called to Abbott II the! amount of mon?)' necessary to ,

graph out of his pocket and ,passed: it but bad: not succeeded in attracting I i rieet the deficit of $1.390 at re-s"nt .J
"b & b" atlanta 'r ", ,,,,,, "" """.......
to me, asking bother I knew the face. his.nttentlon. Beyond ,a doubt the: j I existing and to .secure subs ions .
js 1 ..! beheld a crude portrait of a man of I Individual with him. was the to'the Carnival fund for next year: '
burglar'l The is <>. Sol.Cahn. --------- Fine lot of Diamonds
coacoiltee ctjmpostsd -'--------- at
about forty years, a bold. determined upon whose* head a price I : ;. exceedingly:
hunter that Is in the breasts of all men SATURDAY chairmen!: : Walker;: And lson. low prices for a few days only Art:
countenance evil, but not !
distinctly V.'.' A. Blount, Jr.. aa4M. : Diamonds them.J. .
I I I' : Knowles Hyer to see
and became dominant in We
without a certain rough comeliness, arose! us. '
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::2! and at the first glance I bad a flash proceeded to capture Danny Gilbert! I frcm 12 to 5 o'clock I I I The Pi3rk.geatleaiea: composing. the coinrcittes = -- F. DAVIS, 213 S. Palafox St
while ate dinner and II
of recognition. It seemed to me that we our ,. we spent I I '! will: commence their; work at

I should say at once who the man was the reward many times,and in Increasingly -I an early date and will call upon toebunlness

and where I had seen him, but the impression attractive ways over the coffee ..at.. I'I men of Pensacola.: ami' evrofially Tackle

vanished as,rapidly as it bad Miss! Knight indeed, expressed a'certain I .those who derive great benefit Fishing IWt
pity for the man.,'If he had taken : I from the annual events. The essociitjoa. -
come. Rosenau 6 Gerelds!
I Ii I business We have an abundant suply of Fishing L'nes' Hooks, Sinkers, ,
well as (the men'vibo
"Who is he?" said I. up an occupation so arduous as that of : ; ,as, an,
I I I In fact : to catch the finny denizens of the
at
have the -svelfar? of the c'ty everything necessary
"His name Is Dan Gilbert""Never poking' he must at least have tried to i &
the committeewill Come In and see what 25 and 50 cents will do.
Tipart, are !In hopes that deep.
bad the pleasure meetingthe rectify his life. Any pusgestioa& of hers ..by the.. efforts! ph
with success in its I
TCeot
gentleman! said I, "and was wisdom from on high to PowelL It f:
Yet""And -
I to raie: ; the amount of money necessary Coe's: :l3oo B-tc>re.
yet"! echoed Powell as I "What do you think! said he, turn- Ladies' Mlssl.1 uy Society and !.Vso that sufficient! encouragement f'uen

\ paused. "It's the same with ine. I Ing to me. will be met with to insure I Fhojte 235. 213 South PaStas Street P>-,t t have seen him, and' recently. But "I think Danny I fo probably planning of the Presbyterian! : Church. 'I the perpetuation: of the Carnival. 1 -- .. .. =

.t j where?" another robbery," raid I. \

"How did you come by his picture?" "But he can't rob Billy Abbott:,". pro- No pills is as pteasint and positivea I" --
I asked. tested l'owell "Not' even a landlordcan i DeWitt's LUtl! Early Risers. These I -bad to his ,
NO LONG WAITS FOR PRESCRIPTIONS bert the burglar : gone ac- DiREC"r 'f it. Y :\V.
1 "A couple of years ago," he replied rob Billy for wore than the first akin to cave dwelling man: than: those Famous little Pills are so mild anieectlve count.In ,

"I made the'acquaintance of EInert two months. Then Billy begins to rob I people! are to her or, to one another. that children delicate !ladies the wall of the room there was a I fax

if compounded at Hooton's. We will Seybold of the secret service. We came the landlord, and presently he has to IUlo"e. They do not speak the same language nfl weak people enjoy"tbeir: cleansing excavation which In the: I Joppa Lodge, No. 6. I. 0. 0. F.
;ti end our boy around up, down or to be quite friendly. Today I met him ." : think the same thoughts-oh. well effect, while strong people say they promising I Joppa Lodge. No.6, L 0. 0. F, ty
liver sold. Never of few hours would have I nu6t;
the test pills course a more '
across with them without extra cost- on.the street, and I asked him how he "He's getting along much better what's the use: of kicking? I want to are meets every Tuesday evening at 7:3': '> .
and the cost will be a fair one to be gripe. 'been enlarged to give access into the o'clock at Raff or d Hall, West Garden
her that's'all. I to
Just"want:
happened to be here, for I had under- said "He's takenup protect ; .," 10
now, Miss Knight the
where
It Jon't know adjoining building, upon corresponding St. brethren invited
t4 gin with. you us, our Now Visiting are cordially -
watch and hour.
stood that he guard her.every -
was located in Pittsburgor "
clever line of work-for .
a really pot
etock out: methods, we bespeak better j floor are the offices pf Cornellus .
4 tcqualntacce. threabout. He said he was lookingfor boiling, I mean. lIe i* making designsfor keep still Not a word Forget my f Wiegand, dealer in diamonds. T. H. FLEETWOOD. N. O. .

a man-for Danny Gilbert in brief. stationery and that sort of thing. foolishness. I oughtn't to have said It.Let's This fact sufficiently explains: the ad, J. W. GINGLES, Sec. J

Hooton's Danny I regret to state, I U a burglar." The last time I was in his studio be go and .see- if we can find Billy venture. SljanCm. flo
fiSMll Pharmacy, "I'll bet he'sxa good one," said I, Abbott." -
was working on the design for a check, be said that '
remains to
It
only our
studying the photograph. It have been'10 o'clock when we Pensacola Lodge, No. 3, K. ot I'. VV.
may
The Birthplace of Prompt Delivery and It was very artistic in its way. little circle of bohemians was entertained '
"My friend Seybold," continued Pow came to. the building where -Billy had : meets every Monday evening at 7:3)
PHONE 1100. "A check! cried PowelL "Aha! That .
... at three in
a great banquet some o'clock at Castle HiLI:l
_ _ ell "gave me certain distressful detailsot explains It." his studio. There was really no chanceat { their temporary
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weeks later to celebrate 1e payment .over Pou stable W. Ictendcncia Sc ei
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: -:Dui/j.- your Homo So we fell to discussing the possibilities ', _ of.the $1,250 and upon this occasion it Visiting brethren cordially welcome. in:
bhl' more recent wanderings from the the suburbs, and this was a 'business
of crime in that direct1on'and KIRKPATRICK C. C. Gi
1- was my pleasure to announce to the J. A. ,
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; path of peace.About a ;year ago he block in which be had established; his
had schemes K. of R. & S 9n
evolved
MS is many impossible company that the news from the hospital H. HORSLER. :
r'te' opened a merchant's sate in Allegheny 'win workshop. The door was locked; the
Gilbert could
whereby Danny
regarding Danny Gilbert was fa
City and had the mlsfortunft to meet the hall was dark. ..There was bell, and Ratnbone Lodge No.
up
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; wealth by stealing the design of somebody's vorable. Then at Amy Knight's suggestion K. of
I 30, P., meets every
: ]urrfiWoA- I night watchman as he wan leaving the in all the front of the structure only a AVDi
check when Miss Knight interrupted
I II ,we drank to Danny's health Thursday evening at 8:00
I building. I am happy to ay that the single: window ,was illuminated. This .
p\onthlv I us by announcing that It was: and reformation In that mild red beverage o'clock in their temporaryigM -
watchman recovered, to the second 'above the
I quit contrary was on 'floor
time for her to go home. We walked which: Julio serves by the name Castle Hall, over Pou stable.
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I the expectation of his physicians, but with her to where she liTed. and from door and was lettered with a dentist'ssign. of wine. ,_ I : W. Intendencia street IW

,, ; -p, "Ficfor J 2'ectiata" !I the affair Is not yet forgotten and therp across the street we'watched the light But when we walked around: ',', -'I. Visiting knights are cordially !K
is a reward of about $1,250 for the capture the side there was alight: sure enough. welcomed.
flare in her window as a sign'that all
t THB MOST BEAtmFUL'MAOAZ1NBJ Decidedly Friendly. to
I of Danny" in Billy's window."upon the third floor J. D. KIRK. C. C.
: IN THE WORLD"A5k was well. Ranter-I thought this paper wan -
At the mention of this noble sum of at the extreme nd. '- 1r4J Il.,. C. J. LEVY. K. of 1:. &: S.
; -"Do: know, said.Powell, "there'ssomething friendly to me. :W
i newsdealer for this! you '
jour superb money I respectfully- removed my hat:, We called, but\yfibo t hope that he ,. -- 4; 1. I
Fii magazine. If he does not handle it iu the life of a big city that Editor-So It Is." What's the matter. Knights of Columbus
and
r send us his name and address with your wheu my emotion had sufficiently carries a man back to the most primitive would bear our voices amid the thou- 'c(#; tow? '. Meetings of the 4k

_iT name and address and loc. for sample 8ubside:1"I stared hungrily at the pIcture Instincts of his nature. I never sand noises of the restless city. Then Ranter-I made a speech at the ban Knights of Columbus di

: 14 copy. Regular price 25C. Mention of Danny Gilb rt."Irs part from h "-and he looked upward Powell. broke 'off a ,small fragment& quet last tight and you didn't print : are held at.thelr hall to
thu a moral certainty that I have from curbstone and threw -
: : paper. toward the window-'-"without that a worn it alineotlt., No. 8 West'Intendea-
Burr Publishing Company seen this fellow:within a month,"said I. sense of danger 'whIch must have with a good aim so that It glanced from .4' Editor W ll? What further proof + da street, on every :W
,4 Powell was equally certain on his sash but without"much noise 4r Monday evening at
4 West 224 Street New York City haunted early,wen when all the world the BO dk5 you want or our friendship 7Nick's ...-
; own part, and be said that, singularlyenough far as we could judge Instantly however 7:30 o'clock. A a !n.vitation '
was strange and "every creature boa- ;\\
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I was asaoclated'closely In his ii extendeJ
the light in the'studiowas extinguished I SAW HIV DRAW A :BBVOLVSB.
tile. In a village 'even l in smaller "
HACK0.!\! mind with the vaguely remembered image or Evidently Billy was just to visiting Knights.
cities a certain kinship unites the iw
peo- was possible to Jack Powell. lie JOHN B. JONES
of the burglar. ever Buffet and ,
leaving, .and we 'hurried around the J
.,i Ready at all hours to answer calls "I have the same Impression with re ple. You do not say 'Good night' and corner to the door. There we waited, drew back his foot and kicked the EDM. FOX. Grand Knlg1! !: -{
I r to any part of city. First class in : gard to you." I rejoined. And It was leave one utterly alone, as I am leaving locked door so bard that I felt the floor Recorder.
at first with confidence
unquestioning ,
o every respect Fast and gentle horses true. "But it may be only the re etn. her. See them! See them across the then with'coulderable tremble under me, and while be prepared Restaurant TEJ
I tt and polite drivers. Phone No. 185. blance. You'll admit that he's very way there passing the door! The animals.that surprise Halfan for another assault the door slow Pensacola Lodge No. 4, 1. 0. 0. F.:
George K. Faulk. hour passed, and he did not appear; Pensacola Lodge No. 4 I. O. 0. F
roved the forests were more ,
much the same type, of desperado that nor was his window lighted. ly and silently opened. is the only place of it* meets ev.ry Thursday evening at 7-JJ
be looked kind in Pensacola. la fact "
From Powell's position
you are. Presently the dentist appeared at the at the new hall on West Gar eJ: tfl'
ii Sjj ... -- Indeed, though Danny Gilbert's /ace door, and to him'we explained the sit straight across to the broad faintly It Is street. Visltinc! : brethren coruIaZj:! ::
disclosed a remarkable degree of pure shining window. Not a human form invited. E. OREENBLATT, '
uation. He thought it very odd and.
visible not a sound disturbed the A Pride to J. NEVILLE f(
was ; Secretary.
knowing Powell by sight:, he let us in.JSYe S
quiet of that room, which seemed detached -
ascended the dark stairs, bot foundno Daughters of Rebekah.
noises of
and hushed amid the
LentenSpecialties TI 14-VJ- trace of Billy, nor did he answer to the city. It seemed that invisible' denizen Pensacola.Larrer. Naomi Lodge. No. 10, Daughters 01| -
A simple of call.
-'----- J. Ic remedy. Neglect our Rebekah, meets every Monday night
of the Invited him to enter
a cold may result in'a chronic "lie used_ to leave a 'k.ey.hung up place cities cannot at 8 o'clock In I. O. O. F. hall \'i5\
& throat trouble. roidoniyinboe. alongside the casing" said I. "By for there stood the open door. noast.-of a better equ:ppe.} ing sisters cordially invited to b, pres ....
'In his reportorial experience my.
place. The service Is the ent.
Joveit's here! We'll J ok in and see
whether anything Is wrong?' friend Lad learned much about the best that can be had. MRS. PEARL WITKOVSKI: pc'
fays of violent men and he made a MiSS WILLIE KENDRICK.' Sec.;
: 'j"r $ $ I turned the" in the lock and
key en affairs in this
fair guess of the state of Nick Apostle
1 PIANOS AND ORGANS. # tered. Powell at that moment may Instance. He guessed and rightly, that Propt'rCOFFEE M. E. B. ,A. No. 81, meets first asd IIo

,: CASH OR EASY TERMS. have been ten paces distant toward the there was a man upon each side of that third Wednesday. evening at 7:30: p.
rb" front of the building. He bad seen a Ra3ord Hall No 10. West Intea-
& All Piano Work: Guaranteed. # door waiting for him to enter, waiting ra., '
e CLUTTER RUSHING, 'window open on an air shaft and bad also to rush 'out if be should raise fate dencia street p'p

12 EAST GOVERNMENT ST. been seized by the absurd idea that voice in an;alarm, and as he weighedthe A. G. FELL Pre

t. We: hare a specially PHONE 476. # Billy might have fallen out. chances in that brief pause his eye J. L. SWEENEY. See. J

I selected stock of choice .'- 'v1'. ., For my part I bad made up my 'was attracted by a shining object on 1r
: goods for Lent. Some of ? *#### #* #*####*#*## mind that Billy bad been taken ill and the wall beside the window. It was an W. O. W.

t them are: : ., 'v was sitting there in the dark,, until be old cutlass, a part of'Billy's haphazard: We are the Pioneer Live Oak Camp No.1. W, 'J. W, .
meets in Pythian Hall 1st and :ri
should feel better. I had serious
no apprehension decorations.
r 5 Coffee Roasters of Wednesdays in each month. Visitioj ,
; surely not for my own The next instant Powell was clear)
SALT FISH. ROE, sovereigns cordially invited.
safety. I stepped into the' room as the The two West Florida.McHUGH'S .
: across room. men sprang P. A. BOGHICH C. C. a
SALT MACKERAL, much at ease as ever' in my life, and out; They rushed: against each other LESLIE E. BROOKS. C! rfc 0

IiciIIIiiICANNED the next instant I was infolded as it and'nearly,fell,,but they were no novices {
n SALT POfC/PANO/
seemed te me, in uncountable arms all ..
,. ; In brigandage, and within a fraction Woodman's Circle.
Ii POTOMAC ROE HERRING, stn.ag as iron. Deadly talons had me .of a second they had recovered BLENDS W. O. W. C., Oal,..:rove, No.4. .,

I .if ."-..:.__ 'by the windpipe. A rope began -to themselves. But meanwhile Powell had Woodman Circle meHs every Thursday

; KIPPERED HERRING, -. ,_4 I_._,. .4: ,. twin around my body as If I had been 'got'tb word, and he must have looked 3 p. m., 2d floor Pythlac. Hall over 2

;ir: SMOKED SPRATS, a bobbin 'on which It was wound up by desperately formidable, his tall and have no equal. A trial Pou's stable on Intendencia street. (

; I "WHY, YES, I XKOW: THE MAN"SAID SHK. whirling machinery. .Something soft keavy form outlined against ;the win- will convince the Visiting sovereigns cordially! invi'fi!

F CANNED SALMON, animal courage, it was scarcely comparable unlimited yards of it, was thrust into flow. con- Mrs. Leona/Langford/ Guardian; Jlr*. JI

&; CANNED LOBSTER, in this respect to Powell's, in my nrouth, and presently I was lowered The man nearest me uttered some noisseur that we M. B. Olsen Clerk.

!which the finer modeling of the mouth gently to the floor. Then the dominating thing between an oath and a groan make (
extravagant
iUc CANNED SHRIMP I and chin and l level brows seemed onlyto I sense In my waning consciousness and I saw him draw a revolver. Then no J

0tt BLOATERS. accentuate the revelation of his appetite I was amazement that In the dim I was as happily inspired as ever In my claims.' Pensacola St. Andrews and Jt

CROMARTY ii i for peril. Jack's was a changeable light from the window I saw only two life. Trussed up as I was and prone ,

u i countenance however, despite its I I i figures of men I could have made. upon my back I still bad some use of Gulf Steamship Co.

it_ Send us your order by I look of firmness, and within, minute oath that: there,'most be a dozen. my legs, and with all my force I kicked Wholesale and RetailGROCERS I

phono or messenger and after I had made my little joke about FISH. The game: was up so far aa I was that man's feet from under him. The STEAMER TARPONW.

itwill be filled as I the likeness to the Iron visage of the I I'! concerned. Let me therefore now shift: result was indescribably perfect' The

'' promptly as if you were burglar I was witness of my friend's : ; i Preserved Bloaters.. .. ..25c the seen" to the other side of the door, man turned completely upside down c.. BARROW. Master. A-U J

I on the spot yourself. gentlest possibilities, for Just then wearrived I : I Smoked Haddock..3c II which had been closed the instant thatI and struck upon his head beside me. I FIRST-CLASS PASSENGER SERVICE
i if at Julio's and there I Kippered Herring. .. ....%Sc FREIGHT
dining entered.So 'rolled across his body, but be made no and all kinds of Feed -BetwesilPENSACOLP. -
alone, sat Miss Amy Knight:, whose ; Kippered Herring (Tomato i ]
movement lie beneath
quietly had I been disposed of lay limp me.
Sauce).. .. .. .. .. ....S5c:: I Stuffs.Pluto .
I name you will see quite often upon Illustrations i that Powell had received no hint of At the same instant Powell's mighty MOBILE. APALACHI'COLA.
Shrimp. .. .. .. .. .. ..lOc .
F4
i In the magazines. Miss i Deviled Crabs (shells).. ..25c II IIi any misadventure. He was surprised ,ana swung:the old cutlass and It the CARRABELLE. ST. AN

Knight calls herself a bohemian but ,I Soft Shli Crabs.. .. .. ..35c to find the door abut He shook it by weapon had .not turned a little In his DREWS. MILLVILLE.And .

i she could take her sort of bohemian- !: Clams. .... .. .. .. .. .15c the knob and called my name in vain. hand I think he would have cut his opponent WaterWholesale

1 Sol! Cahn & Co. ism straight to heaven with her and ] Eels (in Jelly),.. ., ", ,.:s. ,I It will be admitted ,that my friend lengthwise into two pieces. all points on St. atehlCQIL&C.HEDU..E Andrews' Bay
be He ar.d
be Car Aj
not criticised there for
any eccentricity -
I I bad reasonable cause to think that be Half a minute later my mouth was

IE of behavior. Jack loved her, I had met with something unusual in the free of the gag and my agonized lungs Peiisacola Sunda: .?. 8:30 pi

l poor fellow, and his chief joy and pride I way of an experience. Billy Abbott received the vital I air.: The lights were and Retail. ,Leave for Mobile Ala.

The Pure Food Store was In ber growing success which was bad disappeared and left no trace, and turned up, 'and we examined our two m Lean Pensacola, Tuesday 8:30 p-

lifting .her farther and farther above 'now I had vanished in a manner eyeD p 1s nen. The victim of my prowess .for St. Andrews, illllvUle, AptUicilcola -

_ Scuthttttt Ctrner Paltfii and IntodencU the level l of such hopes as his worldly ROSENAU &GERELDS. more remarkable. Possibly a man' of was"'already'reviving and must be secured .-New Orleans Grocery Co. Carrabelle and lntnnedia;

srlsdom would permit him to lndulge.x a highly& nervous temperament might With.the rope taken from myown pointLor

X had learned farm him that *be wag The Fancy Grocers, have felt some vague suspicion that his limbs, ,but the man whom Powell additional Information J. R. SAUNDERS ain>ly,tl
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Phone51 own turn was next and that the Safety had struck down needed no such at. Jas. PrwlJeat.Oen. .
an excellent adviser, and perhaps It Phone 391. .....acela. of the open street was preferable to his tentf n. We knelt_ beside him and it McHugh E. R. COBB.. Fit. and Pass. AffU

4 Tu7.vw --- was'p.. from .his-.....habit. -of-1 appealing. : -.to n..her_. -\ present position: No-1.such notion,how- rily .seemed to as. ,that Dannj Gil.I Phone 105. Proprietor. .. .Fensacola 11\\ TI&.


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THE. -PENSACOi.AHiouRNAL_ 'gtfrUR: .D AVjWo: RN 1- MARCH 10,. 1 9fa 3_q PAGE SEVEN

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P- FINE BUILDING LOT r. WANTED -

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> DeLiina StreetMerchants -
,Houses. vacant lots and especially HOOTON
& WATSON.Successors
REAL ESTATEINVESTMENTS FOR CHEAP homes fairly close In from $1000 up. .
SALE '
'7e have the customers if you have
he property. I to Thos. C. Watson 6 Cj.
H : and others
100 FEET FRONT BY 120 FEET considering) $J150- DEEP, HALF BLOCK FROM location should see modern conveniences. Insur.anceAgency
PALAFOX STREET AT what we have to offer

$1200.00. on the now'new contract street We to $5000-. Gets an elegant home on North
can ;
Only offered for a few days. furnish a store officeor Hill$10SoFor List of Desirable Property for Sale.

building to suit .
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I a nice little home near R.
BROOKS your special requirements sale R. Shops.$2000Modern Two story brick building centrally located. Just off of 'Palafrox

LESLIE E. lease,only or for; street.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...... ..'. ..... .. .. .. .. ..10500.00
the land
or 6 room cottage East Seven dwellings and a store and dwelling building with nearly) halt

OUR SERVICES ARE AT 204 1-2 S..Palafox SI. Phone 642.RAL immediate ]Iniprove-, subjectto 11111.$2750.ig a block of ground; splendidly situated on a corner. A bargainat.

ment on lines Also .. .. .. .. .. .. .... ........ ..'. .. .. 1.-- .. .. '..$6,300.0
--- -- OUT approval. : bargain 5 lots and cot One of the most desirable building lots on North Hill on a corner
have an ideal site for i! tage. fronting south near car line 100 by 150 feet. ;,. ._ .. ..3700.00
YOUR DISPOSAL. ESTATE large hotel.WillBe. Two story new dwelling on corner lot 60 ,by 125:!: feet on North
MONEY TO
LOAN IN ANY H111-. .. .. .... .. .. ........ .... .. .r. .. .. ...43,150.00
30,000 acres wood lands 15 to 25 AMOUNTS. A desirable and very comfortable one story, six room dwelling with

miles of Pensacola; cheap for cash As all modern conveniences on the car line. West Gregory Street lot

and quick sale; also city property for 80 by 144. .. .. .. .. ........ .... .... .. .. .. ....$3.000.00
sale and rent. We, want jour real L. S. BROWN & CO. North half of block 67. New City Tract; 10 lots by 137 ft 6 inches each: .

estate to rent or sell, on best terms a beautiful location overlooking the bay; only one block from carline -

for good service._ Good as :Palafox., Thiesen Building. .. .... .. .. .. .... ...... .... .... .. .. ...... .2000.00
Pensacola Investment Company Six room story and half dwelling with two acres of ground In west.

"WE SELL LOTS." suburbs. .. .. .. .. .. .... .
CRAWfORD ern .... ... .. .. .. ....1200.00
R. H. D'ALEHBERTE, City Two story dwelling on East DeLeon with enough vacant round for

Manager.W. two small cotta'ges. .. ............ .... .. '.. ....... ..$850.00
H. KNOWLES, fresident R. B. SIMPSON, Secretary. 315z! South Palafox Street McDavid-Hyer' Company, SPECIAL:: BARGAINS Those having property desiring to sell samewould find it1 to the'r

j.L STILLMAN, Y.-rtej. and Gen. Manager. KNOWLES. : flYER, Treasurer. _, _n advantage to place same in.. our hands, as we have disposed of about
Agents New, York' FOR A FEW' DAYS ONLY. MUST $$300,000.00 worth in ,the last 60 days. If you have funds to loan,

Rael Estate Loans, General Investments. For SaleFOR Life Insurance Company. BE SOLD AT ONCE.' consult us. If you, desire an agent to collect your. rents; or want
fire Insurance; or if you want to buy a piece of property and Jon't
I
Palafox 8 E. Government Street. Large two story dwelling i on a desirable
215 South Street Pensacola Florida. know who owns same consult us.
SALE-Four room house with Phone 700. Pensacola, Fla. I : corner on North Palafox St.

bath at Goulding, with two lots. on electric car line.. .. .. .. ..$&300 I
Aippily to P. 'M.: Davis P. O.' Box 633. New two, story dwelling, southwest

WHEN YOU WANT NICE, 'JUICY 4 Wanted City. 10marlm* corner of Palafox and DeSoto streets, HOOTON & WATSON
WESTERN OR NATIVE BEEF Some with lot 75 by 155) feet..6000 ,
FOR SALE-One old fashioned wardrobe Desirable corner building lot on
Groceries at living prices
end Fam on the Square a call or WANTED---You to call at "U-Next" in good condition. Address P. North Hill, 150 feet by 125 feet $4250 PHONE 54. 34SOUTH PALAFOX STREET. .

piv lhon.t.lmt'r.No, 718. Barber Shop at 109 Government St., O. Box 773. City. SmarSt ,For particulars apply to :

( Standard,Granulated and get a hair cut, shave and shine HOOTON & WATSON
S'u ;:" pounds for 25c. FOR SALE-A. R. Bingham has a Good Investments Leading Real Estate and Insurance
9marlw
()' Country Pork Chickens -
$1.
fugal. good team of mules for sale. See Agents

and Eggs a specialty. 1, wi tune ang repair your.piano and! them on hfa new' float. teb2g 'marlw. FOR SALES

'organ as cheap as-any 'oner'guaran- FOR: SALE-For a few days only, 21 -- Timber Lands
HELP WANTED tee best and neatest work.- Prompt lots opposite the Hagerman residence

,----------- attention and satisfaction. Phone 802 New City .62500. Fine loca- and Homes. D. HALE WILSON 6 CO.
2 rings. J. Conrad Scott Smarlm .
tion for a home. Apply B. F. Wolfe,
'R'\NTED-A fitst class cook; also to I' I 'I' '
I Citizen's Bank. ISfeblm,
iak charge of dining room for a WANTED-We want your"orders for 'r REAL ESTATE, For SaleWe
I.\DIII v of three adults. Wages twen- 1907 Art Calendars. Over 300 original *-i--:; : &ALJIT-Ueauaful! clock In New We are offering all or any portion

" dollars a month; white or colored, designs to select from. All City. Tract No. 312. For cash S60(). RENTS AND LOANSWe of the following described propertyfor
to Apply to A. M. McMillan. Court Houaa. i
Answer; Captain
ciaa or woman. prices. Mayes Printing Co., Pensacola. laug sale (easy. terms) for the next

ttep Jllmar3t.:iens. Fort Plckens Fla. I6feb"WANTED. FOR SALE-Nice. clean old newspapers 144 by 192 feet 'deep' on East Garden have the following special bar- I. thirty days:

street $14.400.: p gains In desirable real estate fora have them. Several splendid<<
-The public to know that at live cents a bundle. This office. very No. 408 2 houses. West
q No. 406, ,
WA.'TED-Ten experienced saw mill old newspapers can be bought at few days only. rents for $11. large and small turpentine location.
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Jackson St., $1200,
415 fourth this office for five cents a bundle. Theyare Near Palafox-a"'splendid business Saw Mills and Saw mill locations.
hand" Apply room
Tniesen building."WANTED all clean and nice.VANTEflElectnle AUTO IOBlLES.-1 am agent for the site. SPECIAL BARGAINS. No. 501, No. 503, 2 houses, North A. Some excellent bargains In large
floor Pope Mfg.Co. and can sell you autos t $10. and small tracts of round and boxei
2 lots in block 170, New City, 80x137feet St., $1000. rents for
\ work of ah k'nd.I They'cost less thanhorses
from $500,00 up. 5 room cottage and reception hall timber lands.
I line .. .. ..
'' on car .. $400.00 East
(houses
An experienced canvasser .2
I Let us dean your fans, rezairour to .keep up. They can be run back and front, gallery, closets,house No. 322 No. 324 Large tracts of Mississippi Delta
3 lots 16th and Gads I
wanted to take charge of a and canvass state I I j dynamo, do jour wiring, etc' Paona in sand or anywhere a' horse can go. new and in good cpndition, large lot, den street corner. .. .. .. .ave.. .. .. $1,000.00 Chase St., $1250 rents for $13. and Hardwood lands.
Send reference
in this city.. solicitors who caninterview j 570. Peusacula Electrio Co., 205 S. Leslie E.. Brooks.FOR.SALEOne. on North 8th avenue, between 11th' 6 lots fronting Toledo square in New: No. 503, No. 505 2 houses corner Splendid list of valuable propertyand

t-sperience business Only men need apply.',I, Baylen. 25-11. P. boiler and and ,12th street a bargain at $1200. City .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. $1,000.00One Chase St. and 10th avenue. $1200, fine location: for a Colony or Stock
boiler 5-room house with bath and rents for $12.50.No. Farm I& South East Georgia.
Pa. SECOND HAND CLOTHING WANT en'ginej portable on wheels;
urocervYorld; Philadelphia, avenu&ind 12th street, Some of the choicest residence
8th !
amarlt* ED-HIghEst price paid for gent's en ffne" or boiler in running order.. Corner sewer connection gas in every room: 315, 1 house. East Lee street
I 5 room and hall cottage pantry back and nice neighborhood. If taken at places Ithe beautiful little city of
clothing csly. Also sell second hand. Also 2 log carts complete, ready for $650, rents for $7.50.
run -steam goods. No. 9 E. Intendencia. service. For ,terms apply to-Jas. Me- front gallery gas' '-and city water SInce, .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$1.450.00 DeFuniak Springs; Fla. and In Milton.
man to Fla.
WANTED Voy &. Co. Fla. house new'a'larJel10tU100. t 6 houses in block 17, West King No. 324, 1 house East Intendencia
shovel Apply Southern Brick Yard WANTED.-All kinds of electrical, 23febtm. Canton2ment: : .4,. IIJ.t7: t" Truct. renting $30.00 .per month. Will $650 rents for $6. Our prices and terms are reason'

.ireni. Fla. Smarlw work. "I sell all kinds of electrical' Building lots on west side of N.Reus lend J2.000.00 of necessary .. $2600.00 No. 312, 1 house and store East Gar able.
--- batteries and other electrical supplies. FOR.SALE-'My''property, 416 E. BraIned street between DeSoto and Strong, All of these propositions are bar ( for $9. Cal on or write to us.
WANTED-Bright colored boy about When you need me ring 345 or 955. St. consistingfof fout lots 40 $450. -- v j gains atilt will beheld open for a few den. $800 rents .

14 to make himself generally usefuL E. W. Peake, new Star Laundry building xlaO feet; 'a two story dwelling, containing ,. ........ tays onl>'. 'I. 1 house North Alcaniz street $750.
Kauffmann, corner Romana and Pala- E. Garden. 15dec. 6 rooms, hall ways, .bathroom 64 1.3 ft. on West 1nanastieet? at Excellent, warehouse location en rents for $6. TURNER & AYMARO

fox. 8mar closets and pantry. On car line;. will the foot of Spring St.." improvements railroad track very cheap. 1 house, corner B. and Belmont St.
A."JTED.-Real Estate for sale or sell _enttra property for $3000.00.. E.L. permonth 8 .mt hand.
-, on property, r ntlp.fOr $13 Good per c mortgages on. for $6.
WANTED-Bright boy (white) 14 'to rent leasor exchange. Your business ;, Reese, :' 2ZtebJUSt' $4000. -- 4 at Best:kind of investments. $750. rents
16 ears old to do collecting and office -I respectfully solicited. J. A. Wilson RECEIVED-:- shipment ';'I Property in all parts of city. vacantor We have the exclusive agency for Real Estate and
Large; 01
work. Chance for promotion. Address Real Estate Agent., 22& W. Gov. Imported Olive OIL .Retail by pint 40 ft. 'by 170 ft" deep" on East Ro improved wanted and for sale. the sale of this property. If :you wantto Abstract Company,

application in own handwritingto ernment Street Room 7, Salisbury gallo.or larger, quantity: G. Morasso mana St., next to 'Bass. & -Co:. a good 30 S. Palafox St, buy come and see us.

"C" Journal office. 7mar. building. Phone 172. 23Jan & Co. ship)chandlers''and grocers' .,'701 Investment, 4000.' Phone 234. P._0, Box" I 115. DeFuniak Springs Florl1a.I .
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I South Palafox.:: : : ., 4ocL i I
WA "TEDIan cook. Apply 227 E. 5 lots,ontbej* utheat..corner .of I
Intendencia St. mch4-lw For Sale :I. FOR SAhE.Lagh.IiOrsesand-mu1s" Spring and le sijeets;,' a splendid MiscellaneousFine I LOST
., for turpentine operators and lOa men.
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building site $$2500.. .t .
WANTEt'-fu fit; class laa')' stenographer FOR SALE-40 acre farm 10 acres in We guarantee satisfaction. Address ... I
Address. own handwriting pecans; 2miles south Chipley on B. Waterman & Co., G. G. Cobb man- Block 107 East IdigTract, Belmont stationary, wedding Invitations, LOST-A heart-shaped key ring.

Iwith references, Office Work, Care C. & St A. R. R.; also 120 acres, 20 ager, Chipl )', Fla. 23feblm. Numbering on North Palafox street, visiting cards tally cards, etc. CeliaM. !Suitable reward for return to Jour-

Journal. 4mch. acres improved. 2% miles from town. FOR:SALE-Barred Plymouth Rock between Baylen and t Palafox. thirty Robinson, representing The Chas.H. Chipley & Hyer nal office. lOmar.
of
Philadelphia.
Address J. B. Hogeboom, Ajcock, Fla. cockerels! ready for yard $1.50 to lots; few days only*at.$5000. Elliott Company, ,
Smarlm. -- -- -- -- ----- -- -----
TELEGRAPHY! TAUGHT-Thorough-
Smarlm $S; 15 eggs $1.50; thirty $2.50. Mrs.
ly by an operator of 18 years experience. Lizzie B. Hughes, Chipley fla. 506 East Jackson street; two story STEAMBOAT SCHEDULE[
Only school in Florida I live in Pensacola, corner 11th St.
so 12 E Goverhment
FOR SALE-Registered Berkshire and 14feblir" 8 room and hall hous bath, gas a delightful
taught. ;Jo::; young, men and women Yorkshire Pigs: pedigrees furnished: 'and good-neighborhood lot 93 street and 15th avenue,in New City STEAMER CAFT. FRITZ. J. M.Rtfgers :.
FOR SALE.-Improved and unlmprov, and will take of Piano by and
wanted hua to learn Telegraphy tofU chickens! care your master. Passengers
also fullblood game and eggs ft. by 150 $3500.lit'
positions we have. Typewriting all at reasonable prices. Dr. J. S. ed property In all parts of the city. the year at alow figure. Refelt, Freight service between Pensacolaand

penmanship and. spelling free. Write McGeachey, Chipley, Fla. Smarlm J. A. Wilson & Co., Real Estate Agents, 715 N. Baylen ,street, 8 room two tune clean o\1t. etc. 'Phone 802, 2 MiscellaneousHACK Freeport: Fla. At Baylen street
for low rat ,s. Florida Telegraph I : Room 7, Salisbury building. Phon< story residence, lot, 70x125 ft. every rings. J. Conrad Scott Smarlm wharf, Wednesdays. Tourists and
School 4V.; Bay Jacksonville Fla'rnar411.. FRESH YARD EGGS-Received dally 172. 23Jan modern convenience, an ideal home No 12-Always ready with good others desiring to see places of intereston
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reliable driver. C. H. Taylor, pro
and guaranteed 25 cents Choctavthatchie Bay and Santa
every egg ; FOR SALE-One fine extension table $5000. '
Eggs for HatchingFrom prietor. Phone 1236. Hackman's Ex-, Sound should make this trip.
xlozen. C. M. Wilson corner Davis and six fine dining chairs cheap. Rosa
WANTED and Lloyd streets. Phone 620. Address P. 0. Box 395. 25feb Two lots on Cervantes street be- my prize pens of S. C. Rhode change Phone 185. 20feblmVIAVI Special rates for parties of ten ormore.
I 4mar3w and Spring streets,' 60x: For'rates or other Information
tween Baylen Isalnd Reds and S. C. Brown Leg The patrons of the "Viavl
board address P. O.
FOR SALE-Fine lot of Juniper posts FOR SALE.-10 room house corner 125, a nice building site. a bargain horns, finest pens in the south, $1 to Treatment" are cordially invited to I apply Pensacola.on Fla.or *

POSITION: WANTED-By an old I and cypress shingles! (% Inch butts) lot 3 blocks from Palafox lot 96x: $1300.* $1.50 per setting of 13; or $6 per 100; call at Hotel Southern Mondays and i' Box 692.

nun a gentleman's place to take and other building material. Joel: 192 on ear line. For particulars inquire .! also agent for the famous Banta In- Frlofciys from, 2 to CT.p. m., where they 1
*.'a-H of and keep in order. Sober anIudnstrioua Frater Baylen Street Wharf. 6marlw of Standard Clothing Co. J9Jan. Five Jots on the southeast corner cubators and Brooders. Drop me a can meet the representative, Mrs.: H.'

Address A. B. C' ., thistffi'e FOR SALE-2. horses;, ,2 buggies; 2 Spring and ,Lee streets: $2500. card and I will cal, E. L. McFadden, P. Booth., Phone 1027 llfeblm" Professional! Directory
FOR SALE-or ,trade for city ,
8marlw
property
Prop,' Myrtle Grove Poultry Farm RF --
harness also .
a highly improved orchard of : wagons and surrey. A Three lots 'on Strong( street, between CUT FLOWERS-Orders promptly -
Apply to Mrs. F. B. D., No. 1, Pensacola, Fla.
\\ XVTED-Ever>'one to know that I' peaches oranges and nuts, just coming bargain 809 N- Alcanlz St. Radcllffe. ; 10th, and llth :ave ues Thi 7rnarlm"MATTRESSES- ; filled ,for roses, carnations. flowers THOS. PEQLEY
'I I ')11' Croat New Fox Visible TypeHP -I into .bearing. Excellent .soil, suit ; 4mchlw property' very cheap at $C50.Oloney and designs of all!} kinds. Miss Berti LAW. REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND

.. has been received by F t*..' able for trucking. Good market. FJna FRESH GARDEN SEEDS All kind!! \ New Smith. 616 N. Barc lona. Phone _651. COLLECTIONS
BIIII'/' and is now on display at No. 2* Investment. Address, Orchard, Jour. of strictly fresh farm and garaen at the lowest market rateson tick furnisned if desired. All doneIn
Ea'. Government AH interested are nal office. 4mchlw'* seeds at reasonable prices. Also improved or vacant city property. good order on shqrt notice. Leave TAILORING L. Diamond Tailor. PALAFOX AND ROMANA.'

",-main invited to call and inspect FOR SALE--80 acres good land threemiles fruit and nut trees. Banks, BrosChip'ey. ., orders at Green & Watson. Phone Gents clothing cleaned pressed and I PHONE 559.T. .
Fla. notice. :.No. 11H
short
:mar south of Chipley. Twenty,I I 23feblm 193.. 7mar repaired on

acres in cultivat'on! and pure spring FOR SALE-3 acres land: on Town West Government St. Pensacola, Fix

tt .XXTED-Contributions for the Orphans water. Will sell for cash or on t ime. Point: ,opposite city,near marine ways MRS. H S. CHUNN will receive pupils Idee. G. YATES M D

Home. Money clothes, eat- Apply A. Hogeboom. Chipley Fla. $300 cash; deep water frontage. Ad. THE FISHER 1c.shorthand at her residence: : PORTER Bailmaker. 716 South ..

atti.s. ptc., received. Notify Mrs.Vm.. 28feb. dress Land, care Journal. iQfe S31 X.JIfc celoaa St,.. Terms 500. a J Palatox H. street Orders taken' ,for I OPTICIAN
"Ishpr.! president or Mrs. N. lIcK.O"nm' month':in advance! 4mchlmo.
FOR SALE-A patent right for Flor. tents, awnings camp stools and house
secretary. 4mar FOR SALE.-One choice Mock on top 306 TitlESDV BUILDIGN
east of 'the' Ida. Good seller There is money .- S.1.LIFfl SAVING STATION, cot, etc. Prices reasonable. Sljan.
of the li-tee : eUctrw TO U. 1 ,
TC\'J.D---The public to know that railway between 7th and 8th streets in this. Address Patent Journal REAL ESTATE ,AGENCY, ANP: RETURN-The launch Le- SHIP CHANDLERS-McKinzIe Oert- _

w., can do all kinds of repairing Nautre has favored this section and it offie. .4mchlw Clair .Ieavc? Palafox street ,wharf 9 a. Ing & Co. wholesale and retail ship, HICKS'

float building, horse shoeing etc. J.'W1h cannot beduplicated. A. V. Clubbs. -- m daiIy" Fare rounrf trip 25 cents. chandlers and grocers, only firstclasshouse f

Carriage Co. 27feb Board and Rooms. Phone 87; '. Special/rate '. to parties. Pavilion of kind: in city: .fair prices to al!. L_.._ CAPUDINE
FOR S.\LE..Only 4 yountr: Boar pigs phone 6aJ. C. H. Burton. Manager. IMMCDIATU.T CXRtS

KOD\KEIIS, get Kauffman's prices sired by Duke of Florida 68923 out FOR RENT Two plasant room .. mch4-lm, .---- -- 1 HEADACHESBr
foi! developing and finishing. Best of Orphan Lee Of Baltimore. 58541 suitable for light housekeeping. 301 COLDS
to Loan.
ann! (neapest in city. Mail orders re- All guaranteed. with registrations and W. Chase. 10mar 206 South Palafox Street. 'RESsES.-Whole8lle: and retail 'Money ,
o "iv.' prompt attention. Romana and pedegrees. Carl Selterlind. Chipley manufacturers and dealers in It" 6 TO It novas

i'aiaiox Sts. 20feb.l'OIiRT Fla. 26nov._ I NEWLY 'FURNISHED rooms for rent. cotton moss and C. & C. mattressesand MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody' borrows ,I Trial bolt We. AI D..stse
I Second hand furniture from Jno.' A. Hall &
; PORCH A\NS-Better than Very reason. Apply Carrie M bee? springs. money
HOUSE DYEING. Pressing I Scott..OW. Roaiana St. bought and sold. Upholsteringand Co. 16 E. Government street When -
lOmarlw
,
I awnings.. Half.the price;. keeps out I FOX RENTFOR '
1M Cleaning Club. 118 N. Palafox repairing done. Old mattresses In need call on us. Sfeblm
in the air. Six sizes.
St, Mrs '1'. J. Davis, Prop. Your pat- the sun.being lets booked for April 1 de FURNISHER OR UNFURNISHED I: rano\' ted;' new ticks furnished If da- Safes! Safes! Safes!
Orders ,
'Ullage solicited satisfaction I 114 E. Belmont, St. city. MONEY LOANED on all kinds of personal
; guaran- Box 483 485; rooms for rent with, the privilege or SALE OR RET-60 acre farm: I sired.
or phone ;
Postal
livery. : .
-fd Davis Mfg. Co., C. T. Davis on', short notice.
Careful attention given lailes'garment : Phone 771. property Diebold Safes!
housekeeping at 254 on Brent road 7 : Buy
brings samples. Smarlw light E. Gregory. 5 miles from city ;
Phone 1222. 8feb Mgr Terms easy. J._ B. Gray & Co.. 2 W.
\ 557. fenced in 5 fields 2 _
Phone
9mar2w room house all ; ; l ___ Phone 1165. lfeb '
WANTED Haullug and transfer FOR SALE.-:-Nice, clean newspapersfor story barn, good water mall box on I: NOTICE offer my services as su!-. Romana.-- I Scarritt Moreno, .
Work Office phone '363; residence sal*.. Only 5c a bundle. They NICELY FURNISHED front room the land.'Address. '"Farm" care Jour I''I 've>or, i local'ns: homesteads for the MONEY TO LOA ..-:On reai estate or

Jfooiu, 390. Acosta & White 22.28 N. make good, wrapping paper_ and are with or without board 401 W. Chase.Gmarfw. nal. 7marlw people of western counties of Florida. other sufficient security by ayplj- Agent

Tarragona St 25mar.WANTED. just the thing to put under matting. Address W. J. Stephen, Sr.. t.oek-l Ing to Thos. Pebley. cor. Palafox and

and .FOR RENT.-Cottage on Bay Shore hart, Ala. ICfeblm.C. up stairs. llnoi-m.
.-The Merchants TransferCo. TYPEWRITERS makes, new WANTED few boarders at 212 W Romana.

wants your'moving and hauling.A second hand, for sale and rent. Gregory. New house good neighborhood electric |car 25 from line;: :May furnshed. 1st or 535 earlier, unfurnished : ROPKE bas just opened a bntche MONEY TO LEND-On good real estate W.udhv'aTENT Oeseniofmorpklce YRYE tebUI. ,

breakage guaranteed. T. B. Tnor. Phone380.. T. B. Bruce'28.C. Govern and on car line 16feblm It desired. L. S. Brown & Co. 6mar .shop and'grocery store corner Davis security: or On good collateral: PAINLESS SIIJULICJ uIurnis54snum.
sen. Prop. Phone 978. ISJunelaa.V ment. :2mar! rates. Leslie E. Brooks. ixirotopipm.cocJn -
NICE FURNISHED ROOMS for ren.. and Brainard Sts. Your patronage at lowest hu ,
\'ANTED-To buy old gold and silT EGGS for hatching from carefully! Newly furnished, clean anj nice,I FOR RENT.-El: ant 2-story 8-room sQlicted. Satisfaction gna-an- Fisher building. gljao 'Urge or book w of key pw

r. broken up stuff regardless of manted hens. Strictly thoroughbredfowls near postoffice. Apply at '12SH E. cottage at 318 Wes Belmont St. Apply teed. Phone S15. lmarlm LOANED .on all kinds of personal P IU M I Ucalmrsoa hot :ac oruaatorinm
I Star ,
Laun- MONEY
: hatch. Government Mrs. B. M. Walter Ingraham at -
J1ZfK 'J1(l6 Erjght 1127. Stock for sale at reasonable prices.: 7janlm. dry. 25Jan: WATTS .AND COLES-Contractors propirty W AND U. M: WOOLLST;
Phone J. Bullard. upstairs .
tVANTED To Barred Plymouth! Rocks' ,- White Leg-Plymouth Oil newspapers at'five cents a bundle FOR RENT.-Elegant: two story storeroom 'and ,builders.and Estimates repair work.on all Satis.klnj Terms 28% South easy.Palafox St., Phone 1144.inor. Cure .u lO4N.Pryort.susSa8 ., Georgta
loan money on your Rocks and S., C Brown of building
this office. They are all clean Star Laundry building
at
in new
TPC ateh-s.. jewelry and personal ef- horns; $1.00 per 'setting of 15 eggs or and nc. E. Garden street Apply Walker In- fadion.guranteed.. Phon1208' office '

>> Highest cash price for old gold $5.00 a hundred, for Incubator eggs. I Star Laundry. %%dec.i 208, N. Reas. 28feblm'repaired UNLIMITED amount or: money to loan
and si .er. LJghtman & Klein 106 E. fancy Flori- BAY HI1TEL.-open night and day : graham. for
have 500 half gallon, cans and repainted. all kinds of penonal''Propert1.. Old newspapers -
night. Phone 1127. da Syrup. Will deliver at 50c per gal European plan. Rooms light and i A. R. BINGHAM has storage room for CARRIAGES to ,order. Horse shoe- oa Special rates to business men on large

\VANTED.-A. R. Bingham wants Ion. Address Plymouth Rock Poultry clean. TransIent trade sollcitei rent, suitable for furniture other In Floats sp cla1ty built.. J.:'G. Welsh CarriageCo. leans. The New York LoaD Co., %O.% sale at this officeT

Jour moving and hauling. He guarees Farm. J., J. Pope... Prop.', Bristol 575-579 S. Palafox. Jas. SNleobxu.. l'goods 104 and 106 South Tarragona *. a 27el South PaUfox .> ,
*> all breakage. Phone 630. Fla. 24feblm Prop. St. Phone 630 SOnor -


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u___AGE_ __ EIGHT THE PENSACOLA, JOURNAL! ; SATURDAY: MORNING MARCH -1O, 1906 ____________________________-_-_____
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r Don't WEEKlY REVIEW REAl ESTATE Reese .& Mendel, Don't Forget Th-



The Home tailors, : FIRE INSURANCE


k1 You Need OF SOUTHERN TRANSFERS j 'will save you lots of worry and anxiety. It will certainly

i.l Builders save you a nice snug sum of money In case of fire. p

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INDUSTRIES ,Following Is a list of the'.Jerdi recorded MOB LE'ALABAMA.MAR.KE'TS: BETTER SEE US TO-DAY.

aNew'Umbrella yvi'erday repotj'J! by The lff\\ .of! C I Gen'!

Pensacola Abstract Ci: i Tt :: Knowles Bros. Agts
B. E. Whidden to A. <0. McSween I Pensacolat

New commencing at a point"on W. side of .
Corporations formed in DixieLand .
? Guilleraarde street 45 ft S. of Jack I' ---- j
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I son street, thence S. 65 ft, thence W I Men'sfine Stores.
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[ Naval ---- ---- -- --
During ,the Week 125 ft., N. 63 ft. the.nce'.E' .125 ,ft. |H Ga. Mar. 9. The naval t -- .
I; point of beginning being half of lots stores Savannah markec closed. today as follows:: ..................................... ..... ......

Better drop in and examine Just Passed. 16 and 17 and N. 20 ft. of lot 18. blk. WW. .. .. ..::.. .. .'. .. r. .6 %0WO. x'rJAZaA.

maJe /, 21, East King Tract WestofTarragona: -ti1 .. ..-.t.. .. .. ........610 Works
ours. They are Iron j
I .chaUanoo Tenn; Mar. 9.-The St.. S3000.Lula: N ... ,. '. .. .. .. ..5 90 and Supply Co.
c1i by the most experienced investment and development movement Mazener to W. Cw Mackey. lot M..c: .:'.". .. .. ..: ... .545 ii
'i Umbrella makers of the :which, has teen dominant 49 and S. 8 ft. of lot 51 and S. of lot K.. ...:. ...,..4.:..... ....f... ...5 20 Manufacturers MILL and Repairers of MACHINERY AND BOILERS *
AND SUPPLIES.
; throughout the south with more than 87 of Henman's subdivision: of lots 4," Clothes. I.-;... .. .... .. ..455 FORGINGS, STEAMSHIP STEAMSHIP i
;i country. Best quality usual strength for the past two years. 2. 3..5 and 6, Sec 5 T. 2 S. R."30 U*...I i H...;. .. ...:.-:; .... .. .... .425 REPAIRS A SPECIALTY. Prompt attention given to all orders *
: Paragon steel frames are seems to. gather: momentum as the I Pueblo Palmes Tract., $900. ; G.. .. -... : 4. .. ....410to415 i day or night. Agentsfor James McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and 1
-. 'months pass b)". and activity in these, Samuel Wagner to J. D-Waters.l Jots I[ New and up-to-date<< 1 rae of Spring IF.. .. .. ...- 4.. ... .... ... .410 Timber Dogs also chains of all descriptions. Office phone 123: Resi 4
used and the covers are lines is '' 15 to 19, inclusive,Mock' 139,"lots 18 i and Summer and Trouser. ......410 dence phone 1029. P. O. Box 123. PHIL WITTMAN, Mar. *
greater. today thanany of the Suitnjs E. .. . .. .. .
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to 22, inclusive., block ings. ...
"' of Gloria fine rainproof I Ir I roseate periods in the history of this.II 127, Sec. 19 T.I D... .... ..o'' ...... .. ........ ..410 ..
section. A convincing illustration of 2 S. R. 30 W., East of Tarragona St.,tI Suits from $17.50 to $50.00. C .. .. ,;... .. .. ... ... ..4 10
J Serge or Taffeta Silk. this point is found in the weekly summaries lots 17 to 20, inclusiy, block 98, lots' Trousers from $500 to $1500 Spirits Turpentine cents. ----
prepared by Toe Tradesman I 11 to 14, inclusive., block 100, lots 13 Join our Gentlemen's Suit' Club. ................. .................... .....
I compiled from the verified reports received -:I to 19. inclusive block 132 Sec. 19 T. Costs only $1.50 per month for press- AUSLEY CO.'S REPORTS
$$1.50 to $$4. I toy that conservative and reliable 2 S. R. 30 W., West of Tarragona St. Ing and sma'i repairs, i Liverpool Cctton Market. I

trade publication whose effortsare NBV4 of block 77, Sec. 28, T; 2 S. R.. Dyeing and Cleaning of men's ,and. Close I AUSLEY 6 COMPANY 1

confined to exploiting'the! business I 30 W., 2500. women's Clothes a soeclalty. JMJ.-Feb....,..,.
-' Interests of the southern states. The E. A.. Griffin .to M. A. Quina and J. Give ,us a traL; We will appreciate reb.-Mir: :.......*.::::::::::::::::::::::::.::5.14 ,

accompanying list of new industries J. Sullivan,.commencing: at NE corner your business. lUr.-Aprll.......,......_..................574 .
established: in the south is the record ,. of block 7, Old City, thence E. 100 ft. REESE-MEN/DEL/: TAILORING CO., April.;M: ,y ......:.......,...................578 :
The John White Store of just one week the six days' period I to 9th ave., thence S. to navigable May-Jane........ '.............:............5.78 COMMISSION BROKERS i
iL ending today. Among the new con. ters of ,Pensacola Bay thence W. wa'i Phone 675. 11 N. Palafox St. IJ.tvJntyiugt!. ........-........-...............5.80 ,
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Sf.clMlt.l In Me,,'* Wear, I cerns will be observed three or more ft., thence N. to SE side of block 7, ,t::::.,.. 5.S2 i
.. .. .. WEST INTENDENCIA STREET PENSACOLA
j which are capitalized at J500.000 and I: Old City, thence. NB to point of beginning A GENTLiMAN'S TASTE IS SET AuKast-September...... .. 8.'3 11 FLA. i iI

\ 2 5-ZD7 S. Palafox Street.Phone Ii i one whose authorized capital is 600..- $100 and' pther valuable coiii SUITED WITH A,.... Oetober-N geptember-Oetober.,ember,..*,..5. 8

) 225. 000. It should be explained that in siderations. Novembcr-Decernbcr ,..............11,58Deet.mberJ'.IIU&17 Private Wires N. Y. N. 0 and i iI
I this weekly report only the more important A. A .Fisher. W. H. Knowles and W. CERTIFIED CHECK ..-........................ : I ,, Chicago.COTTONSTOCKSGRAINPROVJSIONSandBONIJS.
II new industries are noted there A. D'Alemberte, executors WnL. Fisher Ltvrpeot l Spots.$..9-'- .
4 -- I being doubtless many with small cap- deceased to W. D'C. Kessler and New York Cotton Market. 1 I
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italization that- ara' nnt Snton, "o_, Kincluded "" \T. V. Kessler S. 600 ft of lot 8 and S. 5c CIGAR. I \
i in s-i Thi"i is ; 'I 600 ft. nf Rli. nT. i.'i cn.Mivf..fnn nl Open High Low Cose: I
list. a most All the- qualities of fla ror,aroma March..........;.., 108J 10.61 10.52 If 52M :
important and significant showing for;/ SV96 acres .of Perdro Palace T'a; i, color and gooa'. material 13 ;7..,10.77 10.82 1001 1069: Bought t and Sold on Margin or for Investment. j
the south-a reliable mirror in whichis I $1 and other considerations. embodied in It- Jaljr... 10.8i 10 92 lOlO.5( : I If
IFULLI i reflected the greatest industr'al: 1 lj S. L. Crary to John W._Crary block l October.....,....;.J9Jt 1033 10->4 1024:!
movement that this section has ever IOC. S& and NE/ of 110. not deeded A. Greenhut & Co. l> c mber.10.1! 10.39 10.11: : 102: f Reference: First t National and Peoples Banks. Phone 1173 |
T6O experienced. Its careful persual will t and recorded in sa'd! big block 122 New York Spot IL25

be a, means of positive instruction to I and S and NW'/i of 121: ., big blocl DISTRIBUTORS.PENSACOLA. New Orleans 10- 3-18. ................................... ..................;
EXPRESS those who are interested in the real 126 and S& of NEJ4 of 127, Buff! ., FLORIDA. .. Wheat. 4i.
PREPAID growth of ,the south. Springs 70 acres $1. Open High Low Clooa
The Tradesman's list for industries W. J. Williams to J.W. Henderson I Mar-.. 7i?4' 76 i 7
i established in the south new during SE% of SEU and SEU ot SWU., Sec., July......_... :'7!7f 7Th 7% 77 ..................- ..................................

the week ending today is as follows 10 T. 4 N. E. 33 W. 80 acres. $182. Morris Dailnb isser 2DON'T
l : Frank Marston and!, E., G.. Quina TO! T Corn. i.
Alabama. J. P. Williams Co.. lots 16,.17. 19. and (Formerly of Dannhelsser Bros.): Open High Low ClOM WAIT TILL THE i
Lineville! -$23.090( !) development com 20. block :2 Water Front, $5000. I Pure Old Rye and Bourbon Fin.. M.,..............4S}. 43 '2S..a:.",
pany. I John T. Lisco to F. S. Crabtree S Wines. Beer ana Tobacco. Joiy_. ... .. 3 4:. 4:. MMHBMaBM B HBK .

I'ri Sheffield-$100,000 land company. Wtf Sec. 26 T. 3 NR 32V, 160. 19 Old '
IDoz Columbia-55.000 naval, stores com, acres. $500.S. 'I Hickory Whiskey Specialty New York Stock Market i HOT DAYS ARE HERE i
: pany. : A. Simpson to J, P. Wlllams; Co. 12 W. Zarragoua Street '_ Opera Clo.
LtIEth DELIVERED At more- lots 13 14 PENSCAOLA. FLORIDASHiPPING Boll them PseiSe------------_ 41 87Copper.
fOR $10,000 saw mill. and 1&bTock2.Wat; Front
I ..........:.- 105J- 108LS.R ,
Anniston-Roofing and electric $2500.
company : I.
140
Mrs. A. J. Anson Miss. May A. Aa-; .-t :.... 85 lllJiAtch 031 4' 2 before ha vtD'g a Gas Range Installed .
; ; Orrville-J6.000 canning factory. i; son and H. 0. Anson to E. F. Eglsnoff,. .A..R.--: : .... 155 4 157S: in your kitchen. They are cheaper : 1
Florala-$15,000 hardware company.!! N. 187 ft. of lot 2, Sec.::51: T.. 2' S. R.s\ NEWS R.RT.. ,,. SI. 83"J I than coal and are so clean and always 11
Mobile-$15,000 lumber company. 30 '\?.. $j, | : B.4 O .,. \\ffi\ llC. iErl 2 Instantly ready. : 1i
CHAS.BLUM&CO Blmore-$15.000 lumber company. I J. F. Coleman' to J. O 'Jennings, ,-, .j._.. '<2s i J3'i! .
Pell Gitj--$: .ooO lots 13 and c.i---..;.;.. G > i !
63
; 517 AND 519 WEST BAY ST. canning factory. 11.' block 271. New City VESSELS $ 4 I DO IT NOW :
} IK ?-CRT. U. .. >
; Arkansas. Tract $100 and other considerations.' S..e 4! i 41'iU.
JACKSONVILLE FLA. .8.. ............. .
Pine Bluff-$100.000 Thos. C. Watson Steemshts.Alioth :preferred tOt A 106ls
investment
I I Jr. to J. W. Bullock ,I R.s..;............._.......... .
t company.Pocahontas W. 30 ft of lot 15 and all of lo'& Dutch l ss, Mulda, 1298 Rot L.:& N..."..:...;:............. U *i J47 I I Pensacola Gas Company i :
1 GOOD CARRIAGE. -$30,000; mining and. 16, 17 and 18, block 78. New City Trt., terdam toorder.Dorothy _, ''Lead,...".;!............. .. 8.i .
milling company. $1 and other considerations Br :: '
ss. Whyte, 1546, MobileE. MP-. lOt 100 .
3 i Berryville'25.000 developmsnt; J. W. Bullock. Jr.. to J. Wallace Lamar O, Saltmarsh nBrss, Rogers,. Met .............. .... ..... 115 1USCin.p i Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. j jt
I 'When :you want a *gooi: carriage, I company. j Henry M. Yonge LS.Brooks W. 2319 Liverpool to Gulf Transit Co. c........'.:.:,......:::...... Kitf irijg !

., prompt service and safe and careful 'Russellville-Electric light plant 20: ft. of lot 15 and all //of lots 16, 17 Farmsum, Dutch :- as, Scheltema, N.y.c........:............... l41-, 14-ii .................,..................................,.... 1
treatment. remember the Fort Smith$ 5OOO construction L and 18, block 78 New .City Tract $1 I' 1597. West Hartlepool.... .. to W. L. Wit- P.O ..........'00 ............ 97 B2 i I
originalHACKMAN'S H1. .'..... .' ...... ,
company and other ('onsderati: n;;. U\u. R'D'O ..;. ., ...... 1274" I2iStP I -- --- -
) EXCHANGE. Horatio-Broom factory. I B. Abdel Kader to W. B. Ferris and lolanthe Br ss, Hodgson. 1943 St. .,...:....;........ ....... 1764; 177H I
PHONE 185. Mettleton-$25,000 box factory H. G. DeSilva. lots '9 and 11. block I Vincent to Gulf Transit Co. R.I...:.!!!.,.= ..;.........,.... tVi 17S LOUISVILLE& NASHVILLE RAILROAD COMPANY I
-''; It was founded in 1892 and it has a Paris-$10,000 lumber company. I 133; East Kizt; Tract, East of Tarragona KirkswoodBrd. s&, Lars ...2095, Lon R......................._... 404 40>{ ,
reputation for polite and careful drivers Texarkana St.. don. ", T.C. I...:.;..._....-....... 149 149 Through and Local Time Tables Between Ponsacola and Points North.
and the best informed ". $300,000 development $200.Leslie I J i t 'ri Ptmna..................:...... IS 4 139
.. ; the city. cabmen in com pan} 1 I E. Brooks to. Harry, L. Brook! PleamoorwBrt. jts. Prest, 2S03; Mobile LIP.- 15>'i 153:?; READ DOWN READ UP
Following are the members tomaster.. ,
Florida. lots 3 to
20, inclusive, 'block' 335 New.- ''' J Trains Nos. Trains Nos.
4 and their hack numbers: Jacksonville-$20,000 furniture fac City Tract Jl and other considera- Sec nda,*/Br 5s.; Donnelson, 1309, 2 4 3 1
.j: A. M. Joloman, No. 1, A. J. Legett; tory. tions. Tenereiffe to The WS.Keyser Co. Ausley & Go's.-Daily Cotton Lett if.
; .t Xo. 5 i; J. Stallworth. No. 7 J. Tugela 1 Br New York Mar. 1l:0pm; 11:55am I Lv-----Pensacola..Ar. 5:00am: 4:01)pm'
; E.101' Arcadia-\Vatr .works. T. C. Watson ss, Lacock. 2118. Vera 9.-Liverpool wa I I
ne. No. 8; S. Sunday Jr. No. to Harry L. Brooks.;;, Cruz. .... 6:30am 6:20am Ar.",. .. .Montgomery..Lv. 9:3ipm: 11:15am
11; C. Georgia.DouglasTelephone block 371, New City! Tract:: $1 anti : 2 points higher on spots sales of 12- .. .
I : 8:33am
,I. Taylor. No. 12 O. .Abdelcoth U:45am. I 9:10pm I Ar..Birmlngham Lv. 4: Opm''
: No. Vivina. Span! ,**
other considerat'ons.! tyustlnza t : im..Lir- 'whll
..1.2! .. IE: R. J. Parker. No. 18; T. II Hear. Fort \'alle-Development sjstem.company.J A. A. Fisher to :Mrs.. J.. H.. J erpool to'Halt Transit Co.,, 000 futures wera 4 to .5 points 7:25pm 3:17am Ar. ': .-.Nashville.. .. ...Lv 8:45am I 2: SalD8:00pm

E fTs old No. 21; S. Bibbs.- No. 26; 3[. Pat :Atlanta-$50.000 implement fz' lots 23 and 24 of Herman's Rejnoldsl." Weardale Br s>s< Lornier. 1749 St. higher.% There doesn't seem to be : 3:31am: Lv.. ;. ...Nashvtlle..Ar: 8:11am : 2uam: :
subdIvision
terson. No. 30: A. J. Braswell No. 77; tory; $5,000 bottling works; $ c-I of lots -2. 3. 4. 5 and 6. Sec. :3 T.|' Vincent *. ,. any. let up whatever in the spot demand 1:25am I 8:15am I Ar..Evansville..Lv.. ., 3:00am I 9Opm
4c All the
? above are nice closed 1:40am 2:10pm .Ar.. .. ..St. Louis..L. 8:45pm 3:30pll:
car furniture factory. 2:: S. R. 30 W., Pueblo Palmas Tract Ship*. on the other side of the water,
TiLt riages. Indian Territory.CornishTelephone $1 and other considerations. ,.I' Avon,.Ital sMp.! ;
:. -I4 By Signed C. H. TAYLOR J. STALLWORTH.Sec. Pres. company. :.Mrs. M. A M. Tarble to'Isabella,.An. to Rosascp Bros.,7i! *. taking everything in sight both Eng : 2:10am: 8:30am I Ar.. .. ..I..oulsvllle .. .. ..Lv. 2:45am: I 9:30po:
and
Tres. Miami-Mines.Coalgate derson. lot 10 of subdivision of Be;. Casanova Ital bk. Avegno 1069, lisa I 7:20am 12Oln'n Ar.. .. ..Ctnclnnati. .. ..Lv. 11:00pm 6:0Upll:
and continental.
--- -Electric light plant. 28 T. 1 S. R.31 W., 40 acres $200. 'Genoa. .. .
Kentucky. ":\trs.' M. A. ,M. Tarble t'o'Geo. H. Anderson Elvira. Port ship. Rodnques. 1488. 'Spot cotton I is active which charac- Between Pensacola, Mobile and New Orleans.
'Florida and Alabama L\lurray-Ire factory. : lots. 9 and 16 of subdivision Lisbon to orders!! terizes other branches of speculationIn L 6&7 2&3 4&1' 3&2 14.4 5&67OOamllOSpmlllSSarnlLV
Louisville-$16.000 Sec. 28 Orpheus, Aust ship Medanic spite of the fact that the ousi-
lumber T. 1 S. R. 31 W., b ing Tries spot -
LAND $25,000 concrete block factory of Thos. English Grant portion te. ness at Liverpool is on an extraordinary [ ] [ .:.Pensacola.. ..Arl 5OOaml| 4:00pm: 6;30pn>
COMPANY ; 50 t !
I 300 machine works. $25.1 acres$450. Barn..*. large' scale and that Manchester 10:45am6:00pm: 2:55amj 4:12pmJAr .. .Mobile .. ..Lv.12:40arnjll:59amFlomaton | / 2:35pm9.2oara

,* Manufacturers of ..."....I.01.I ._.... Allele Swed bk. Janse. :596. Havana, is active ann' 'very strong that domestic :: -_: _7:1Saml.8:15pmAr.! New Orleans Lv.! 815pm|......_ :

and Dealers in Covlnsjton-$25.000( building supply I company! ; $100,000 cotton gin;, $150.. ., Due: Cuigini; .Ital l bk. Olivari, 125S,i manufacturers are in many casessold Pensacola and River Junction. I
LUMBER, SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLES I company.Ed'sar I 000 ware house company. I II Genoa to. order. way ahead that tha southwest. .
; AUDKU.N.D1UEDSAP. : -Ice factory fiibonej; -$500,000; _joll: and 'gas com Ciampa Emelia, Ital bk, 864 Ha movement of the,crop is beginning to I 21 I! 5 I 1 I 3 Trains do not stop at stations 1 2 4 1 6 2:
New Orleans-$100,000:: clothing fac-I pany. vana. v '. fall off (the Into sight for the week: DallYIDaUylDallyjDally. ) f 'where no time Is shown 1 DaIlYIID3t1)'IDal1yjQal'1? '

.., j:ory; $160,000 brewery; cigar factory..I Richmond-$10,000.. telephone, coni.pany. Elvira Port bk, Rodriguez' 1586 for tl'Ing'.estlmat d at 152.000 to 162,0001 I ; 2:30 3i0: Lv.. ....Flomaton.,. .Ar. : i25835------;
: Pineville-.Eaw' mill.Mississippi.. .. Delagoa Bay, with. :701.539 s ft sawn bales against 216.000 thesame week;::1.I .' .5:00/ 2:35/ 2:55.. .. .. ..Century .. ',. .. 2:40 11
Elk City-$100.000 oil mill. timber. 291,922 :s ftium1>?r. : last, year), that the crop preparations:). .5:07j: 2:41'3O5..BIuff.Springs.. .. .. .12:33 1:15 8:21-------
:Forest-Eleotri light plant Andarko-$600.000 oil and gas corn- Gudny Nor bk, Saanum, 821, Hamburg in the .Atlantic states ara backward: ,,. 5:17 .2:51I'3:20'.. .. .. .McDavld.12:22.. 1:05:
)'4, Jackson-$20,000 lumber company. pany. I to master., .; and: that the-: rainj in the southwestare .1 S:3{) 3:0"1.3:3& .. .. ...Pine Barren.. .. ...12:08 1:52 8:06--------

SPRING Mi,s0uri. Guthrie-$230,000; mining company.} I Pedro Lacave, Span. bk. Maristang, also delaying' preparations. ... .15:9 I 3:131.3:50.. .. .. ...MoUno.. eo ....'. : :. 12:431:! 7:47 . .
::\Ie.ntor-tt.OOO creamery.St. Okeene-$200.000 plaster .factory. 509, Savannah to fix M. Robinson.' !, What is needed to start the upward .....1.5:43 .....1.4:0.: .... .. .. Quintette. .. .. .11:51.12:3W1:39/ : ..
Ix>uis-$10.000 investment com- South Carolina- 1 ProvId na. Ital bk, Olresc. 1185. movement' sufficient proportions I ..... .5:53.3:261.:11.. .. ..Cotta e Hill.. ... ; .. .. ..
p any:; $10,000 electrical company; Columbia-Trust company Starthem ,Br bk, )Maitland: 1272.. be of benefit is a greater interest Inthe. ..5:57' : 32914151.. .. .. .Cantonment .. ...S11:44$1329I7:24..-. .

UNDERWEAR fi hemlcal company; $13,000 laundry; AilJ.bevtHe-Railroad shops; ,cotton Antwerp market'on the part of the outside ..... .. .. ....Gonzalez.., .. .. : "
Thomas
ilO.OOO manufacturing company: $;)0.- gin: brick works. ': '. Umberto, Ital bk, Lano SOS. Naples ImbUe and without this speculation ..... .6:01.3:3414:23\: \... .. .. ...Roberts.. :. ... Sll:35i2:2ltS7:26... ..
)))00 oil company J30.000 land and Spartanburg-IO.QOO .cross ;arm?, Genoa to Rosasco I. hal .Bros.bk. Olivari 766, must continu: to be comparatively. ..... .6:15 .2:45 : .' ... .Olive..' .. .... -. H.
umb"r company; $1.000 Investment!. and bracket factory;, $25.000: lumber. narrow affair The outsider seems; .. ..... .6:211.3:51.4:48./ : .. .. ..Brent... ... .. ,...11:15.12:0-1.1:091./ : ..
content to sit down let Jordan
AND HOSIERY.1//1-ompanv; $31,000 land.company; $200- company Schoonera.Lizzie : fix. It' him and Mr. .... .6:2513:54.4:51.' : .. ... .Gouldlng.. ... .. .U:11.1:01, 70i-----: ;)
E. Demison Am eels and how success-
)>00 machine Peck for /
nent company; $50.000 invest Scotia Orangeburg-Telephone* system. 452. to master. ful he is 'liS' a fixer of prices the 200 ...... 6:301 4:00 5:001: Ar... uPensJcola .. .Lv.- .11:05111:55 1Oi.() -.
company $30,000 land '
$6.000
>er company $60,000: and lum- Libertv lumber com 'any., J Horatio L. .Bak*r. Am sch. Moist point decline from the high of the seaSon PM 1ti 1No7J 1 I N:8JA )f p}(
IIi i[ ; mining and lulling -$10.000 oil mill. 720. Lagua to J. A., Merntt & Co. Is the best evidence. 10:55.......4:001 1:00 I Lv.. Pensacola. .Ar. 10:50r 10:301..1: 6 30
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company Beaufort
j Our line of Cape ; syrup mill. -$75,000 tejegraph' and Thos. S. Dennison Am acti. Wade Railroad agents report the movement .11:15.....,.4:131. .Bohemia.. .. .. ......1.10:111.: .,. 6 o
Spring > Girard'au-$20OOO f land com- telephone company. 1329,' Baltimore to order of fertilizer to be one month ear .Ul'l' ........: 7:131".. .. .Gun. Point. .. .11:331.10:151..1.: 6117

Underwear and any Portagevjlle Tennessee.C1attanooga$50,0oQ. j Barkentines.Beatrice Her than last year ann! 'while the .11:20.. -... .. : ....... .. ...Ynle.tra.. .. ........... : ... .1.6. itt
Hosiery for men is .$30,000"' supply eom- 'paper' : Am weather:during January and Februarywag .11: 3..4:18.7:18... .. ..&cambia.. .. .10:28.10:10..601'/ .
>any.Trenton (projected); $500,000 coal m'nlng! Rotterdam, to Pensacola bktn.-Casaveggkj Lumber, 1430 somewhat! unfavorable there is I .U:35..... ..: 75.. .. .Mulat .. .. .. .10'19 .10:01...... .'i n
S now coming in and Webb -$SO.OOO water. works. company; $5,000; limestone company. Caroline Koch !Dan bktn: Holm Co., yet ample time for seeding'and to recover -: .11:3 .......-'4::25//......... .. ..:.1Iarp.. .. ... ........* 9:58: ... ",. 43
being opened on our CityMines.Xansa Clarksvrille--$5,000 bottling works.;i Fort de France to McKenzie the time lost The Journal of .......4:33,1:35... .. ..GaltClty.. .. .. ...... 9:51.. .. .1.. :
$ shelves. City$10,000 Investment I. )le 1? ls-$75,000' factory, (to! Oertlng Commerce, of the best authorities: .11:50/./...... 40, 1:3 lUton .. ...... 10:05 : '. :> !7,
They are of ompany. oe rebuilt)) ; soap factory. ;1 I 'says "The acreage will be big; it : ..... .. :OO.. ..... ..' .. .Good Range .. .. ....... ., OIl
i unusual excellence Ash eboro North Carolina. Piney Flats-''Furniture factory. Yorktown-$16.000 electicc light maybe 5' to 10 per cent. larger than L .12:65... ... *. : 8:15.. .. ...lIolts.. .. ............ 9:28------- 4 J3

3 this spring any. $100,000 lumber CQll-1 I I Knoxville-$15,000 lumber comI plant and ice factory. l last year, but not acreage alone, but 1:20 ..... 5:35.8:30.: .. .. ..MllIgan.. .; .. 9:12. 8:53.. 40\
r possessing Milton-$8,000 pany. -. Alba-Coal l mines; coal and oil com weather and acreag combined make 1 33.,. ..... 5:45 8381.. ;. ..Crestview.. .. ... 9:0-1: 8:45.. 4 (1)
: great value and Marion bridge: company. I i TexaL pany. the crop and it has happened more t S %:00,.,.... P1I 1 I. 8:561.. .. ..Deer Land .. .. 8:33 AM ... 33:'
worth. p l lant -$25,000 light and power'I Lufkin'-$5,000; loan and realty com Wichita Falls-HGrain= elevator. than:once' in the history of cotton culture S 2:23j------------S. 9:10..Mossey Hea.1 .. ................ 2:15
pany., Plainvlew-$5,000 cement stone that a' big acreagehas' produced. : -.. 9:35.. DeFun1ak SpriD'g .;.. 8:13.-. :: h
I Underwear Sanford Salisbury--$10,000$6,000( distillery. Pollock-$3,000: }ball: and gin com- works. a smaller yield than' a comparatively S 3:181............ 9:44.. bottlicg works. pany.B.eaumontBrcom. I Brownsville-Light and power light acreag" The weather is decidedly -3:4 ..... ..... 9:57.. ..Ponce DeLe-on.- S '13
; 25 and 5Oc. Raleigh-$25.000 furniture factory. factory. ; $10,000 plant a big factor" and who can predict 4:00 ..... ..... .10:10.. .. ..WestvUle.. '.. .. : ;;

Cha.lbourne--$25.0oo- lumber corn- land and loan, company. .% Virginia. the weather. 4:08..... ..... 10:15.. .. ..Caryvllle.. .. ... .. ;
Men's Hosiery, p any.Lumberton Nacodoches $20.000 construction> Courtland-$5,000. telephone com The market. is largely waiting one 4:33............ 10:30.. ... ..BonUay .. .. ... ::1
j p any.Pollocksville. -$50,000 lumber com- company. j1'! pany. the possibility and less of seasonable a slump In weather the move; 5:00............ 10:47.. .. .. C ipley-.. .. ... 7:44.-. '
10vto 5Oc. (Dallas ment in '
-$5,000 lumber -$10,000 construction company Norfolk-$50,000 knitting mills; $50- the belt being against selling while: 5:16............. ]0:58... .. .. Aycock... .. ... : -
corn- ; $10,000.land and loan company! 000 .. ... 11:07 .
p any Humble building company. the possibility of a .slack demand for 6:30. ; ; ;; ': .. Cottondale.. .. .. :
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Oklahoma. $10.000 oil company. Marion-$10,000 lumber and con. spots and a further reduction In manufactured 6:00..... ..... 11:25.. .. .Marianna .. .. .. 14
Lawton-$10JK)0) Investment Houston Batson-$50.000 oil company. tracting company. goods favoring the bears. It 6:30..............11:45.. .. .Cy-press.. .. ..... '4
any.: corn-, $10,000 transportation West Virigfnla.Moundsvllle ., .appears to Ujt that there will be no; 6:40.. .......... .U:5% .. Grand Ridge .. S : ........ :%:

H. 0. ANSON, :: lin Snyder}'. $10,000 gas and light com14 company.Orange Fort Worth-Sash and door factory. company. -$150,000 i coal and coke ;baring striking of changes'course,in new the-developmentsnot near future 6S8 7:15.-.............. ..1:15%: %...Ar.-.. .River. Sneads.Junction. ..Lv...1.. 51.5:10.: ... .............I.n:::)

line-Electric light pant! ; Ice taco Hubbard-Light-$5,000 and.cigar factory.; St. Marys-$25,000 i mining com 1, ere.tofOT& taken! into account I I I M I .PM A 11
power: plant. '
pany. ;
CASH CLOTHIER. I t(>ry. I Barston-Light and power.plant We ar inclined to favor the! long Trains stop on signal.
\VheehIng00,00reWery.!
believing that
Verden 1 side break anything
-$10,000 electric Queen on
company. City-$20.000 medicine. fac-; Tunnelton-$25,000 coal mining 1 t lh-atJnay occur is likely to be favorable ,
I Ccrcer Palafci! and Main. ChoctaO.OOO i jjin, ,mill. cann- tory ;:
company. \ j! 'to values and the short side Is:
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and elevator ,
., -- j ig Oklahoma ,company. I' }'erri87-$10.0QO oil, .company. 1 Lurnberport.$750WL::: mining _com-| .certainly dangerous in the face of Subscribe-"for: The Journal
.\ '-- 'r City:$100,000 mining] Pecos-Light and power 'plant. .I pajiy. '" such i a spot dm1and''a$ exists. {
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