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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 16, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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SENSATION PRODUCED BY MYSTERY-10F CHRISTMAS I PYTHIANS ELELTGRAND




I JUDGE ANDREW HAMILTON FAMILY. MURDER SOLVED OFFICERS



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Appears Unexpectedly and Drama LIVES LOST THROUGH I Detective Scares Superstitious Negro Into CONSIDERATION Henry Horsier, of Pensacola Elect! .

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tically Before, Insurance Inves- A MISUNDERSTANDING Telling of the CrleTwo Under ed Grand Chancellor of


tigation Committee. Arrest Charged With Deed.By I the Order.A .

OF RAilROAD
CREW OF STEAMER MANNHEIM COULD
HAVE SAVED ALL MEN ON
"Associated Press.
negro the identity of the murderers.The .
BOARD FOUNDERING STEAMER BRITISH KING IF LATTER: Birmingham Mar. 15.-A special to negro's superstition was aroused ROYAL WELCOME
HIS
ACTS
DEFENDS the Age-Herald from Dothan, Ala., and it is alleged he told the details of
HAD CORRECTLY READ AN D OBEYED SIGNALS says: the murder to the,mule. The arrests
I RATE DIll
followed.
Following the arrest yesterday .
I Will Christmas son and Walter Holland -I
In Scathing Speech ana Denoun New York By Associated liar. 13.Press. the foundering steamer 24 hours before son-In-law. connection with' PRISONERS TO BE ,GIVEN Extended Delegatesto Grand Lodgeby
-According to the disaster and, !signaled its ca the murder of the Christmas family
HEARING
NEXT WEEK
Captain ..
Andrew
Schau of the steamer -I tain to the People of Palatka.
stop engines in order thaboats new and sensational developmeatslhave
New York Officers. ,
ces Life Mannheim which arrived ,here today .
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from Mannheim
with eleven the might be been brought to light. I Special to The Journal. Clear and Concise Statement of
survivors of the I able to overtake the steamer and res:j|
A detective who has been at work '
steamer British Marianna. Mar. 15.-Detective t A.
saved the lives of King the, he'could others have cue her crew. lie s'gnaled: the ship fen the' declare? the mystery Smith of Atlanta working under the Existing Differences Made by RATHBONE SISTERS.ALSO ELECT
FLOOD OF DENUNCIATION AND on the II to "stop" but the signal was rea'dl"stop I''solved. I
British He has been near Cotton-, direction of Sheriff Lewis, has caused
King had his signals been understood on board" the OFFICERS FOR ENSUING
latter TERM
INVECTIVE POURED FORTH by tb.3 officers of that signal"meaning wood for several days hfding in the I the arrest of W. D. Christmas and Senator Tillman.
do not leave the ship. Later woods' In the guise of an His
sel. yes-I I I escaped! brother-in-law Walter Holland -MRS. J. C. WILLIAMS, GRAND
UPON MEMBERS OIF! BOARD OF Captain Schau said that he the storm grew worse and he was I murderer from Georgia hiring a ne-j[.i charge! with the murder of Judge
sighted unable to assist the sinking steamer.rSEVERAL gro bring'him his meal5 He SAYS BILL SHOULD
TRUSTEES, BUT MENTIONED NO 0rS f erf the negro knew something suspect-I I several weeks ago. The ,NOT BE
crimp and with the aid of prisoners have retained Price and AMENDED SO AS TO IMPAIR OR ING WILL BE SELECTED AT TO
NAMES-LAWSON TELEGRAPHS cealed ventroloquist cased .a muleto Watson to defend them. They -will be
DAY'S !SESSION.

STRONG.By WARNING. TO CHAIRMAN; ARM-CLOSED SEASON rS[ L LARGEREAL G E apparently inquire of the terrified given a preliminary trial next week. JF1REVENT:UTS' OBJECT: ACCOMPLISHMENT.-MAY RESULT IN


Republicans of House Will COMPROMISE.By Palatka Special to The Journal.
Mar. 15.-Palatka has ex-
tenaed a royal welcome to the two
Associated Press. EFFECTIVE E L ESTATE hundred or more delegates to the
.Stand the Statehood
by Bill
Albany N. Y.. Mar. 13.: -Judge Andrew Associated Pri8 meeting of the Grand Lodge Knights
Washington. Mar', 15.-The Senate of Prthias. which is now in spsRum
Hamilton appeared most unex '
+ to-day continued the consideration of here and all the visiting delegates
pmrrilv and dramatically before the I By Associated Press j followed shortly after a resolution I the railroad rate question by listenIng -, are greatly enjoying the visit .Election

insurance investigation! comm'ttce HERE DEALS Washington, Ma'r. 15.-As a resultof offered by Mr. Mondell.of. TfToming: to the reading of the report of of officers for the easuing term

lati- this afternoon and in a scathing caucus which lasted tor two and representing the insurgents, had been the lIous bill by Mr. Tillman and to' occurred to-day and tomorrow the
a ,
.ensatlonal his defeated 123 to 43; the Mondell resolution -a speech by Mr, Nelson. I' place for the next meeting will be se
and (;( speech defended a half hours to-day the republicans
being to agree to the senate ''Mr. Tillman's report was read at lected.
on acts and attacked the trustees of of the Hou! 3 voted 126'to 35, to stand amendment eliminating Arjzona and, the: request of Mr. Aldrich who said The election of officers to-day- resulted ,

the New York Life Insurance Com-, All'Vessels Now Entering Port Have Been Closed' 'by the statehood bill an passed 'by the New 'Mexico from the bill and asking' he was curious to hear the opinion of: as follows: ,

pan*. ruferrin5 to persons amon; Recently, house; and ask the senate for a conference for a conference on the minor amendments the South Carolina senators. I Grand Lodge Officers.
j I on the measure. This vote to the measure. In the report Senator Tillman embodied Henry HorsIer Grand Chancellor.
Must Go to the .
them unnamed "curs and traitors Quaran- Among Them
as '" Being Palafox I the first clear and concise L. C. Lyflch Grand Vice Chancel

and as hating betrayed the late president statement of the differences concernIng lor.
John )lcCall/'to his death. tine Station.The StreetProperty.Several NOMINATION STATE SENATOR I court review. feature and other W. H. LatJm r. Keeper Records and
He declared that every dollar ever Of 'proposed amendments that made* a Seals.W. .
him of the New # 'C, West, Master of the
sppnj by on account closed for unanimous report from the ,committee Ex-
York Life Vas with tin full,knowiedgs quarantine season real estate deals ot I SENT TO JAILBy impossible. Without hesitancy the chequer.
and approval of the proper officers of vessels entering this'port began yesterday ,larg?, proportions have been closed,1LMBRYWFUIDRAWN I senator o'eclared it to be his belief tf. H. Pritchartf, Master at Arms.

th!. company. He said a bill should and hereafter all ships enterIng during the past' few tfays and prop-i I 1 that the bill should be amended but' H. C. Crawford Inner Guard.F. .

lie passed which would sweep out ofl poit must go to the quarantine erty valuedat thousands of dollars!I i By Associated Press that the amendments should not be II. Davis Outer Guard. '
office the present board control station for fumigation and detention has changed hands. I I Washington, Mar. 15 The' president Associated Pr s.. of a character to impair 'or prevent Rathbone' Sister,

Ins r2n'f'- where it is found I One of the deals recently closed,I II today wit.hdrewth Tiominat'on ''Little Rock :Mar. 15.State SenatorF. I the accompljshment of the objects of The Rathbone Sisters also elected
H';;peech.made a "profound sensatIon pecessary.flue 'I and reported by Hoot on,& Watson.Is. of. John Embry, as United States attorney O. Butt, of Carroll county was:: legislation which werp set forth best! officers to-day as follows:
and was frequntly and warmly closed season this year was\inaugurated -I t the salefr of,the property south of. and' for Oklahoma. The- 'uctionwas ', committed to jail today for refusing|i he said in the president's message, Mrs. J. C. Williams grand chief.
applauded fifteen 'dajs earlier' than adjoining the Masonic temple to J.1]!' taken b-cause char & have been' to answer before the grand jury, certain to congress. I I I Mrs. F. O. Hensey. Senior.
It i?. Reese. The questions 'relating to the investigation Brief attention wa, given by the Mrs. E. Jolly.. Junior. ,,
would be difficult to exaggerate heretofore, this .belng.done' by order If property is now occupied -preferred against Eirtbry. It is alleged -
the of the ''bribery charges in con- senate to the message of the president -- Airs, A. Givens, Manager ,
sensation produced oy his unexpeeted of the-farlne Hoipital Service. New by the marble yard of B.A.1 i that Einbry collected money he: Mrs. M.
j appearance and by the speechhe I I'Davis.* It faces 30 feet on Palafox was not. entitled to from Indians for nection with the ,session of the legislature transmitting a letter,ot11e' secretary Edgar Mistress of Record

made or the intensely dramatic I Orleans and Mobile also commenced i iI I i street.and is 182 feet deep. The certain work performed. The nonynatitn last jear.WORSTED. of war relative to the recent and, Correspondence.Mrs.. V. Nedley. Mistress. of Finano I
jr Bacon of the
More battle. Mr. spoke .
character cf the whole episode. I I their closed season yesterday something -'I price and terms are not known. was withdrawn pending an In- 'Mrs. IJennie Hewlett
Protector.
His face flushed and his voice trem- unusual for those ports and I II Another sal just made by the vestigation. killing of the :Moros as "slaughter"I!I Mrs. Kate Woods Guard.,
Mng with passion his the !firm i is that of a row of cottages on MILLS and Mr. Lodge deprecated' the criticism -
arms upraised also
I they have adopted practically I II
until the facts should be known.
I West Zarragossa street to S.carrittMoreno. ,
and flts c'enched.' Judge Hamilton
the Marine Hospital .
poured fourth I same regulations as These brought'6300. LOCKED WIFE UP cob
a flood of denunciationand : Service. THE: WALLBy COURT MARTIALAT
MAY COMPROMISE ONftAILROAD
invective I One sale which has not jet been J
upon th, members of Secretary Shaw, of the. Treasury
the board of trustees of the New made public has been closed! for valuable RATE BILL
York :
Department recently issued the fol-|!' AND SHOT VISITORBy p NAVY YARD
.Life several of whom were presentThe I property near the union depot, .-A- ,
the
he lowing circular letter regarding : and it is stated that the new. ownei Associated Press. Washington. Mar, 15.-If a com- .
only name mentioned .
was _
closed quarantine'season, in which ani I Ir 'I
that of the late'President McCall In, will probably erection the sfte ,a 'Providence Mar. 15.-A petition of compromise is effected in the senateon p
reference to whom and to whose'r amendment to the regulations isi! threestorybrick business building in Associated Press. insolvency was filed against the .Kfcr-_ the railroad ratebill the indication -' SEAMAN O'DONNELL WAS ON
death he displayed marked emotion. made: I|.the near future. ,New York, Mar., 15.-Louis Nosser well Worsted Mills In the United are that it will be in the nature
He declared unequivocally thatPery To national state and local quar- a race track man locked his wife in States court today, and a receiver was j of a time limit on trje suspension of, TRIAL YESTERDAY BUT
antine officers collectors of customs, Murderer Committed Suicide. a bath room today and while she wasa appointed. The liabilities are esti'orders of the Interstate Commerce,
payment to himself the NwYork ,
Life was made with by the knowledge shipowners and agents and others Norfolk Va_, Mar. 15-Louis Brown, prisoner shot and killed Miss Stella mated at four hundred thousand 'dollars Commission. Several senators said, THE CASE WAS NOT -
concerned: I 29 years of age awaiting trial for the Reynolds of New Orleans an actress with assets of the same amount,to-day that if the court review could, .
and approved of toy the trustees CONCLUDED.The .
ee'ally! the finance "Paragraph 68c). Quarantine Reg--murder of Flossie Reese. Friday,committed who"'was a vsitor: at their home. Miss: The corporation is one of the largestin be facilitated in such a manner as
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committee and auditing I ulations of 1903, as amended by Department suicide in his cell In the Nor- Reynolds: is,said to have, been a for- New England in worsted manufacture -would! Insure protection to the
Circular No. 30. :March 30, folk jail early today. mer friend of Nosser., est of shippers the judicial Inter-I
WORK OF COMMITTEEIN ", 1904, !is hereby amended to read a.* feature could be passed.GOVERNOR'S. naval court martial, which was
louows;* convened at the navy yard Wednesday
GREATEST DANGER "Paragraph 68c( ): If arrivin-g at a I r : morning for the trial of three.enlisted

port. south of the southern bpundary DAY) men of the navy upon serious
Boston, Mar. 15.-Thomas, Lawn of Maryland in the season of close /i charges continued its session

today forwarded a telegram to quarantine March 15 to ,November 1,, jesterciay. Seaman O'Donnell was
Tiairman Armstrong of the Insurance directly or via'a northern port, from' AT CHAUTAUQUAGOVERNOR .placed on trial yesterday when the
!iBvestigatng: Committee of the New a tropical American port, unless said : court convened and all of the sessionwas

fork legislature alleging that interred port Is known to be free from ye!-I I. devoted to an examination of the,
parties were receiving: assurances low fever. defendant and some witnesses.
that the proposed insurance i "The effect of this amendment is I ,BROWARD WILL DE. The examination of O'Donnell was

'esrislation; can be killed. The telegram -, to cause the close quarantine season LIVER AN ADDRESS' THERE not completed yesterday afternoon
concludes: "Your committee's to begin March 15 instead of April 1 and it was! continued until today
work was never in greater danger with regard to vessels from ports TOMORROW. when the balance of the testimony
than now I have insurance policies: known or suspected of being infected :will b; heard.
issued within; While it is not positively known. It
a fw days signed bj with yellow fever and arriving at -
'the new reform officers and affidavits direct is believed by those familiar with
southern ports either or via
Special to The Journal. ,
from the insured that they received proceedings of this nature that
northern ports. Mar. 15.-The! Florida
DeFuniak.
them for nothing but a proxy and in O'Donnell entered a plea of guilty.
tome cases, with large rebates." --- Chautauqua and the people of West.' The trial of Sanchez the third
ern Florida are happy in having Governor man has been pet: for Saturday morning
SLAUGHTER Broward visit them at DeFuniak and will probably take up at

BASEBALL AT Springs this week Saturday. His least two da>'s. --

BLOT ON COUNTRY address last year is remembered as
one of the finest and most practicalever MAN WAS FRIGHTENEDBY
THE Y. M. C. A. delivered! our borders. The. MARD1 GRAS FACE.

great tabernacle was crowded to the 1-

By Associated Press. doors, and the vast audience listened.j: Philip Lee, a colored man. wa!? arrested -
Lilt' UP OF Washington Mar. 15.-Mr., Jones of with breathless attention to' his pat.', by the police' yesterday for assaulting -
THE TEAMS WHICH Virginia. said in the House today riotic' and forceful oration. Last Sat Reuben Mason, a colored boy.

WILL PLAY INDOOR BALL TO- that notwithstanding the close re a, urday the Florida Chautauqua.had the The assault grew out of he. frighten-
lions between the president and General l-- X largest excursion in its twenty years lag of Lee by the boy The latter secured -
NIGHT. Wood he could not see how tin fW history and the railroad has secured a MardI Gras face Wednesday

president could endorse the kllIng: of more cars for the comln'g'! Saturday to night and placing a light behind it
women and children-- The affair wasa 7- meet the great demand of the peo-I; waited at a corner for some one to

'might there will be a game of In- blot .on this country.,., /I s/- .- 1 pe! In addUion to the governors pass. It happened that Lee was. the
e* $ address at 3 o'clock in the afternoon first and as be neared the corner the
base
ball at-the Y. :M. C.A. be-
hl\'n the.audience will be charmed by the boy exhibited, the fac*. Lee. was with
|1110I'n'8 two teams picked from the bus- TO DRAIN THE.DISMAL 'evening entertainment of Joseffy the in a few feet of the corner when he

liP* gymnasium class. This t ,- ,'::: ,, I'gup. rb magician, who is the most saw the object and not knowing any
form
"rashes of the old American game :. ., I noted of all in his:line of work in our thing better to do he soaked the negro
SWAMPBy
all the of / : II I '
excitement
regu- _
:ion o = < i country. It will be a day distinctive boy one under the jaw. The boy
base ; '
amusing! than ball and is much more J't :; I in: excellence and one long to be rem made complaint to the police and
a'circus.
; .. our people. The round caused his arrest.
The teams are as follows: Associated Press. : :. ;;: i mberd by i
which Includes
The ( o' I trip is only 83 cents
.aapti Grt't'ns-W j S.. Garfield, p. "Washington' ,, Mar. 15.-Representative / : 1// '\ :admission to all the exercises.COLORED CITY PRISONERS WILL
T V s Reese c c. F Zeek ib: Small of North Carolina. today '\" I ENJOY TURTLE SOUP
W B Hannah 2b; J. H. Plerpont 3b; introduced a bill providing' for the di- t MAN STRUCK BY
The if mis:ss;'D. F. Bache cf version of thirty mfiion dollars of the CAR ON TARRAGONA STREET The city prisoners will lAve a feast
Grays-Geo. P. Wentworth.' c: reclamation! funds to
.1 W irrigation and today for dinner aa Steward Dick
P, mg ns.,p; F. W. Marsh Ib; W. the drainage of the dismal swamp. -.:.. ;r i Jim Reed. colored an employee ofj Warfield has prepared to serve them
Sheppard
Chas. : b; 1L G. D'Silva 3b; I the-Louisville and Nashville Railroad,$ with genuine turtle soup. He secured

Hall, cf W Gray ss, (Capt.); W. S. Storm Warnings Displayed. \ was painfully Injured yesterday mom''I a number of turtles yesterday from

: R. M Bushnell umpire. Washington :Mar, 15.-Stonn warnings k Ing on TarragorA street near the! a fishing! vessel and began ,prepara-

WELL are displayed from Jacksonville : .. electric light plant by being struckby tions .at once to give the prisoners

KNOWN COMMITTED PHYSICIAN SUICIDE have to Norfolk been Issued and cold for the wave middle warnings MIs- .. p : !i:;;;: -----z ? He a car.was crossing! the track and evidently treat The prisoners in the Itr Jail are-

sissippi and lower Ohio valleys. thought he was far' enough now being fed better and cheaper than
By Associated Press. ... from the track for the car to pass, ever before. Formerly the prisoners
BJ,'rumbia.> Ala., Mar. 15.-Dr. Sam- Prominent Man Dead. but such was not the case and he was complained that they could not eat
Cooper, a prominent physician -- ',. '. .... struck and knocked to the ground. the food furnished thorn but sInce!
BinLT"lzni' committed suicide this! I Halifax, N. S., Mar 15. Hon. A. G. He was ,taken to his borne, near the I the city has been supplying' the food,
mOrflng. ni health is alleged to have Jones, lieutenant governor of Nova is a :
I works In the patrol wagoq. there never compla1Dt.or
tta tae cause. I ,Scotia died IUddenlr.1his morning. THE TELLOW6! : IN TOE BACK-GROUND: ,"IFWE COULD ONLY BE o flOYS .AGAIN.1 r gas'.


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I r ,-- ." -, rSnapshots' "" I I known"tO me'to 'be the individual.described F. MitcheirshalUbe President-
1- : : .,, these; little Lo es.* "vrSETSiluig the Legal advertisements by said name and acknowledged H. Pace, Vice President and Trea5' JO

All. Run. Down cruet you see without removing the '. er J. J. Halloran
that he executed ,the foregoing : Secretary; an! j. t
perforated lid. ;jg NOTICE OF' INCORPORATION. Instrument for the uses. and; purposes Saunders J. G., Pace. John H. Pac. Il
In the spring-that is the condition of Notice is hereby given that the undersigned therein set forth ; S F. Mitchell and R. E. L. :\lcCaskl

thousands vhose systems have not* Jarob A. Rlis 'and Senator Henry will apply to the Honorable Given under my hand and"1seal official shall constitute the Board of Diree

thrown off the !impurities accumulated At PeopleIn Cabot Lodge do not agree'on the Question Napoleon B. Browara'. Governor of the this 26th i&y! of Febuary A. D. tors
State of Florida at Tallahassee, 1906. 6
the winter blood humors that whether their mutual friend President -
during Roosevelt' another .Florida on the twelfth day of April A. (Seal) J. S. LOVE 'The highest amount of
will run f.or indebted
are now causing pimples and other the News D. 1906 for letters Patent incorporating Notary Public ness to which the corporation
eruptions, loss of appetite, dull headaches S SNORMAN term of office.. The author and socIol- i THE > R. SAUNDERS COMPANY S any time subject itself shall be can a;
ogist declared In a recentaddress the OYP
and weak, tired feelings. : under the following proposed State of Mississippi HUNDRED THOUSAND
,s. belief that Mr. Roosevelt would be a charter original of which is now DOLLAR! ?
the of Pearl River.
The medicine to take, according to County ($100,000.00).
HAP- candidate for president again under on file in the omce of Secretary of Before ths subscriber a Notary: 7

I the testimony of thousands annually, is editor certain circumstances, while. Mr. Lodge State of the-State of Florida. PublIc in and for said, State *nd .The names residences and

Hood's SarsaparillaIn of Collier's in the senate stated U, THE UNDERSIGNED SUBSCRIBERS -County, personally appeared ;J. B. subscribed for by each amounts'

I Weekly who waued positively that the do hereby make application for Newton. known to me to ,be the Individual -as follows: subscriber a-,

liquid or tablet form. 100 Doses$1. for libel by president would 5/ Letters Patent incorporating us and described by said name and R. F. Mitchell Pensacola Fin
our associates into a corporation in acknowledged that he executed the is*
I Justice Joseph M. shares
never run again. 1000000.
--_ r,, $ S accordance 'WIth the laws of Florida foregoing instrument for The uses and
Deuel of New York Mr. flits was not John H, Pace, Pensacola, Fla. IM
'* under the following Charter: purposes therein'set forth. ,
because of thingshe always a friend of 8,, shares.1000000.
1. Given under my hand and seal official
I said in his jour statesmen. He I \ The shall D. ,.T. R. Saunders. Pensacola Fla.. IM.
bracer, a name of the corporation this 22nd day of February A.
wv' nal about the knows by experience ,, be The J. R.. SAUNDERS COMPANY.and 1906. shares. 1000000.

Judge's connection "how the other nerve re-_ the principal,office and place of J. tf. SCARBOROUGH J. G. Pace Pensacola.. Fla. lOt

9I iJ' with Town Topics halt lives.". He once storer and strengthener business,- Pensacola Florida with S(Seal) Notary Public. shares, $10,000.00.
and branch and of business R. E. L. McCaskill Freeport, Fla.
I was pronounced related how In 1870 offices places .
All need it.
l'OBAl HAPOOOD. men 100) shares. $10,000.00.'IN .
"not guilty" by he found himself in at such 'other places as may become State of Georgia

\ the Jury after ten minutes' deliberation, New York without I Tones up the system, and necessary in the conduct of said busi-- County of' Colquitt. WITNESS WHEREOF the b*.
t JACOB .A.. :uns. ness. :Notary-; fore mentioned subscribers have
was a reporter in charge of the educational friends or work."I imparts ginger and life. Before the subscriber a nerj-
unto signed their
2_. Public In and for said State an I names.
1 of New York afternoon
; a "
department "
had no money at all. he said I ALLGOODDEALERSSELLIT"B&B" The general nature of the businessto County personally' appeared W. C. R. F. MITCHELL.,
.. newspaper a few years ago. He "and had to sleep in the street I spent JOHN H. PACE
be transacted shall be th-3 buying Vereen and W. H. Barber known tome ,
t reported the doings of the board of education one night of my life in a police station. Atlanta aDd! selling of naval stores products to be the individuals described by t J. R. SAUNDERS,

1 and gathered news of the public That night I bad picked up near the and dealing in such naval stores said names, and acknowledged that : J. G. PACE

DR.J.H.MOCKDental schools. One day he asked the editor North river a little black and tan dog products generally as factors and on they executed the' foregoing Instru- R. E. L. McCASKlLL.

what was the best review in Eng- and carried it into the police station.I I I commission; brokerage; buying. selling ment for the uses and purposes -

.land. had one thing of vijue and that was and leasing timbered lands and therein, set forth. State of Georgia! ,

"Why dj> you.want to know?".asked a little gold locket I wore inside my other rel estate; owning and operatIng Given Tinder my hand and seal official. -' County of Pulaski.
Surgeon.Crown the A GENTLEMAN'S TASTE IS BEST tramroads owning and operating this of March; A. D. Before the subscriber
: i, editor. shirt It had a lock of hair in It. That I I WITH ; 2nd day a Justice *
"I have something about. -SalisburyI'd .. night some of those lodgers stole it SUITED AI, steamboats tugs, barges schoonars 1906. the Peace in and for the said Sua
and Bridge Work a Specialty.: like to.submit"The and other vessels; acting as agents (Seal) J. H. WIlLIFORD, and County, personally appear <.
Painless Extracting of Teeth. editor gave him the names of from me while I was sleeping: In there CERTIFIED CHECK for others in doing any of the acts N.. P. ,Colquitt Co., Ga. G. Pace and John H. Pace knows 1)
and when I came out and found It was and things herein mentioned: and doing me to be. the individuals desc-aa
28J/2 S. Palafox St three or four leading periodicals men-
:. stolen-the one thing that connected all other acts and things incidental State of Georgia by said names*and acknowledge fie
tioning one in particular as being the
7 and 9 Old Armory Building. me with home-I made a complaint to 50 CIGAR.AH and profitable to said business. Pulaski County.B they, .executed the foregoing map:
easiest to "break into.
Phone 1077.IIACKNO.16. "I want the best" returned Hapgood. the sergeant who ordered the doormanto the qualities of fla vor.aroma 3. for, the subscriber a Notary ment for the uses and purposes the>
kick me out. 'Do yon come in here,' color and good material The amount of capital stock shall Public J. P. Peacock, personally appeared -in set; forth.
"I don't care' what it pays or how critical cried he, 'and sleep and yet tell me embodied in it be FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND G. G. Pace and John H. Pace, Given under my hand and offic l

it Is. that you had a gold locket on your DOLLARS ($500.00000)). divided into known to me to be the individual: signature this fifth day: of March,
Receiving the information he sent his shares of One Hundred Dollars described by'sald names. and acknowledged D.
neck? It did sound ridiculous. I went A. Greenhut& Co. '
Ready at all hours to answer calls copy over the sea and in less than ten outside enough to demolish 'I ($100.00) each, and shall be payablein that they executed the foregoing 1906.GEO.. F. HEXDRICKS, J. P.

:j to any part of city. First class in days he got by cable not only an acceptance Cry one there.angry" er- S DISTRIBUTORS I cash upon the call of the direct ;s. instrument 'for the uses and purposes (Seal)' :386th Dist. (I. M, P,a

every respect Fast and gentle horses of his offering but an order PENSACOLA. FLORIDA. 4. therein set forth.
and polite drivers. Phone No. !8S. for three more articles of the same sort. The said corporation shall exist for S Given under my hand and seal official. State of Florida

p George K. Faulk.; That was the beginning'of his literary Representative Champ Clark of Missouri I ninety-nine ((99)) years from the date this '6th day of March A. D. 1906. County of Escambia.

attended exercises In'a kinder ot granting, Letters Patent to it. (Seal.) ;J. P. (PEACOCK. Before the subscriber
cal'ePr.The ,
a Notary
garten the other day. .K'.. N. P. P. C. Ga. Public for
in the
The business shall be conducted bya and said State ant
"Have of children ever seen II H BOOR U ;dnJtMitchell ;
any you County personally
; Rev. Dr. Frank 'M. Clendenin board of directors, said board to be SEWERAGE' SYSTEMS. appe F
I PIANOS AND ORGANS. does not care whether any one thinks an elephant's skin?" Mr. Clark asked composed of not less than nin3, nor and J. R. Saunders known tome
for the
SEALED PROPOSALS con-
CASH OR EASY TERMS. '$ he Is a crank on the subject of fresh the youngsters."I more than thirteen directors as pro- to be the individuals described by

illAll Piano Work Guaranteed. }f air or not. He has found by experience have: shouted one little fellow Special to The Journal. viaed by the by-laws; a 'president,. two struction drains and of a system of storm-water for the City said names and acknowledged that

# CLUTTER & RUSHING, ;1- that fresh air is to him the elixirof "Where asked Mr. Clark;, impressed Bogia. Mar. 15.-Rev. 'J. T. Fillin. 0: more vice-preoidents as providedby of sanitary Florida sewers will b3 receivedby they executed the foregoing instru.
Pensacola
f 12 EAST GOVERNMENT ST. life and knows that be must have It, with the youngster's earnestness."On gim filled his 'appointment at Rays the bylaws; a. secretarytreasurerand TIlE BOARD OF, BOND TRUSTEES ment for the uses,and purposes therein -

S # PHONE 476. # night as well as day. To have It at the elephant he answered. chapel Sunday last. an assistant secretarytreasurer.The at the City Hall to 12 set forth.
up
# directors shall bs elected annually) Given under my, hand and seal of-
night he out of doors-that is he Mrs. C. H. Johnson accompaniedbY'
sleeps of
o'clock of the Nineteenth day
#*#### ###***#* little Trewer. visited relatives at the meeting of the stockholders to noon c'al this 7th day of March, A D. 1906.
sleeps on a cot on a balcony of his Mayor Mark M. Fagan of Jersey her son in Flomaton last b held on the third Wednesday in April A. D. 1906.. Proposals to be addressed JOHN J. GIBSON,

home. Dr. Clendenin Is the rector of City, who was a dinner guest of President and friends Saturday.Mr. January of each year and the officers to L. Hilton Green, Chairman (Seal) Notary Public.

: St. Peter's Episcopal church, West. Roosevelt recently,-was an under- Friday. Corrie and Bowman returned home shall be elected by the board of directors Board of Bond Trustees and endorsed My commission expires Feb. 24, 1909.!)

: cbester ,N. Y. but he has been, away: taker's assistant on a salary: of $75 a Wednesday rnln at a meeting to be held on the "Proposals for constructing Sewer

from his parish for six months andlaying month half a dozen years'ago. In 1001 from Pensa5oa same day. Until the first election,' J Systems," and must be accompanied State of Florida.CountY' .

on his farmaccuntotbeIng he was nominated by the Republicansand last.\fr. and .Mrs.. A. Enterkin vlslled l R. Saunders shall be President;. J.'G. with a certified check for the sum of cf Walton.

THEPEOPLE'S 'at Chappaqua on fuslonlsts for mayor and. though :Mrs. Long at Bluff Springs Monday Pace anof! c: H. Barnes. Vice-presi five thousand ($5,00000), drawn upon Before the subscriber a Notary:
opposed by a candidate who represent. dents: and .J. L. Head Secretary- a National Bank, and made payable to Public in and for the said State lal
and D. R. Saunders assist the Board of Bond Trustees.
Treasurer
last.Mr.Thom&s ,
County personally R. E
e threatened with tuberculosis. ed and interests of Pens cola. appeared u
powerful corporate political 'Bowman
; ant Secretary-Treasurer and J. R The work to be done consists of approximately -
; McCaskill known to me to be the a
L'a st his Mr. and Mrs. X
was elected visited ,parents J. PaC J. Pac R. F. ) miles of
: Saunders. G. !. 'H., forty-three ((43) dividual described by said ant
September he was by' about 5.00C D., Bowman, a few!days, this week.: Mitchell. C. H. Barnes. John A. brick cast Iron terra-cotta and con, acknowledged that he executed name Cl8

thin and emaciated I' "\ majority. Mayor 1 iMrs. C' Johnson-is' on the. sick Ewing U. B. Newton.. J.. H. Smith crete' sewers and drains, with their' foregoing instrument for the uses anI

; and suffered from I, \ Fagan la thirty- list. 5 wick, W., C.' Vereen W....H., Barber several appurtenances, from 8" to 8'I' purposes therein set forth.

a constant hacking I/ seven years of age (Mr. and Mrs. S: Donaldson were and Buckner Chipley shall constitutethe .0" In diameter. Plans may, be seen Given' under my' hand and seal official
Sun-
rough. Now he I; ,l' and in his youth callers in Bogia Saturday and Board .of Directors. and specifications and "blank forms of this 23rd day of Ft>b. A. D 19ot

looks and feels lllte _ I. I enjoyed 'few educational day.Little 6. i proposals obtained! either of L. Hilton WM. M WJLLSON
SHOE Johnson '
different and Miss Dollie was a The highest amount of indebtedness Green Pensacola rt the
: a man 1' opportii.'J' at (Seal) Notary Public
guest of Mi,fr.Vivian jHall last Thurs- to which the corporation
can at
any at
of Engineer
to be office the Consulting
expects soon commission
BET. DR. JTRAJTK ties but he improved My expires Aug. 10, ,13 0'i.
active in church M. cLEnncnxwork day, tme! subject. itself shall !be One Mil Wilmington 'Delawar The right ia ,
again. He himself bj Mr.' W. P. Bowman is on the sick lion.Dollars (1000000.00). reserved to reject an* or all bids.
'Dome study. list. 7. -

keeps. out of doors most of:the tim, ,MAE ).(. FAGAX.. He Is self made Mr. Scarritt\ Moreno. of S Pensacola, 'The names, residences and,amounts f L. HILTON GREE..f.Chairman DIRECTORYJoppa (
STORE At night if .}Jt ia stormy he draws an. in more ways than visited Mr. and :Mrs. H. C. Lambertlast subscribed for by each lSu1oscriber"are Board Bond Trustees.

awning over his cot bed. but otherwise one, ,for he'has built up his body aa week. as follows: S T.[ .. CHA .KLEY HATTON, .

sleeps under the open sky. His wife well as his character and his ml d. At -:A small crowd from here weiit 3. R.. Saunders. Pensacola Fla., Consulting Engineer.. Lodge, No. 6, I. O. 0. F.

occupies a room adjoining the balcony.: one time he was told by his doctor that 'possum hunttw*' last Tuesday nigh, 1.000 shares. 10000000. 8maroaw4w Joppa Lodge No.6, I. O. O F,
She is a daughter of Horace Greeley he but In a short time they all came run. J. GJ Pace Pensacola Fla., 250 meets every Tuesday evening at 7'51
could
not live that he had himself
; run -
and often jantertalns her friends with ning back home almost frr htsned:! to shared, .$2 ,000.00. NOTICE O- INCORPORATION.Notice i o'clock at Rafford Hall West Garden:
reminiscences"of her distinguished fa down from overwork' and that 'he deatfo. The crowd consisted of one & H. Pace, 'Fensacola Fla., 250 Is hereby given that the undersigned 'St Visiting brethren are cordially In

: 32 W. Government St. ther. Ia Illustrating hIs kindness of would have to spend a year or more in man two boys two dogs and a pup- shares;: 2500000. will apply to the Honorable vited.

!'. heart she once told how he brought the mountains. The young: man went py aIbout two..weeks old. They have :H. F. Mitchell. Pensacola, Fla. 250 Napoleon' B. Broward. Governor the T. H. FLEETWOOD :\. G.

t. home an umbrella with a wooden dog's to work in a gymnasium ,and slowly not been hunting since for they shares, .2500000. S state If Florida at Tallahassee Florida ;J. W. GINGLES Se
i head as a handle. The little daughter developed the muscular frame which thought they dd: well to get back C. H. Barnes Jacksonville. Fla., 250 on the twelfth day of April A. D. 31jan6m.

he now possesses. He still keeps up home safe. They found out what it shares 2500000. 1906 for letters Patent Incorporating
M. Lischkoff Prop'tr ] took a great fancy to that dog's head his physical exercise. was that frightened them so, but as John A. Ewing, Lumberton Miss., PENSACOLA GROCERY COMPANY Pensacola Lodge. No. 3. K. of P.
and begged for It. )lr. offered
Greeley
In his mayoralty campaign In 1001 they are ashamed to acknowledge It 100 shared, $10,00000.U. under: the following proposed charter meets every Monday: evening at ,'3*

her a whole dog Instead. but that would he would start out early: in the mornIng I'll tell what It was. It was the barkIng H. Smithwick Pensacola Fla., 100 the original of which is now on file 'In o'clock at their temporary Castle IIaJ
not do: so at last he sawed off the head of little Are not shares: 1000000. over Iou W. Intendencia St.-
.; and mapping out section of the the puppy. they the office of Secretary of 6tate of the stable
.Ik and went ,to town with a handlelesa. brave hunters? But I've always beard W. C. Ver n.fouttri.e., Ga., 100 state of Florida. Visiting- brethren cordially welcomed.J. .

\ umbrella. !: city would canvass it systematicallyand : that two badly scared boys could scare shares, 1000000. THE UNDERSIGNED: SUBSCRIBERS A. KIRKPATRICK, C C.
; Will Be talk with as many men as be could W,' H. Barber. Jloultrle. Ga., 100 '
OpenedSATURDAY S
one brave man, and it seems to be do hereby make application for H. HORSLER. K. of R. & __
i meet. He would enter stores workshops thares $10,000.00.Buckner .

Congressman Sydney Mudd of Maryland true.J. and
very Letters Patent incorporating .
Chlnley. Pensacola.. Fla... Ratnbone Lodge J*:
and factories and talk with the
la said to have told this I I '
story 150 shares $15.OO ::00. our associates into a corporation in accordance 30 K. of P., meets ever
about old who by men. lie asked no man to vote for S. ROBERTS ANNOUNCES the laws of Florida under ,
an negro' some peculiar J. B. Newton Poplarvllle Miss 50: with Thursday evening at 8ail:
'him but he talked to all the issuesat
on CANDIDACY FOR REELECTIONv
election twist was elected a justice shares. 500000. the following Charter: 4 o'clock In their tempoivjCastla

of the peace In the backwoods of stake In the campaign. In this issue of Tha Journal appears D. R Saunders, Pensacola Fla.. 50 1 Hall over Poe) sta

,.. Georgia. Hi first casa happened to be the announcement of J. S. Roberts shares 500000. The name of the corporation shall ble. W. Intendencia street.

9ne in which the defendant asked fora Young Quentin Roosevelt had a chum candidate for re-election to the omtc Total shares. be PENSACOLA GROCERY COMPANY Visiting knights are coi*

MARCH 17( trial by jury. When the testimony staying at the White House with him. of county tax collector. This is the IN WITNESS WHEREOF the be- and its principal office and diaRy: welcomed.-S .

was :all.in one of the lawyers whispered Both youngsters were put. to bed in first gun of the coming campaign, and fore mentioned subscribers have here- place of business shall be Pensacola, ..LD.KIRK.CC.C.J.LEVYKofR&E. .
I Mr. Roberts means to begin in time with the right to establish
Il' to him that it was time to chargethe I Quentin's room. unto signed their names. Florida. ; ,
to make sure of his 'reelection It -U. R. SAUNDERS branch offices and places of businessat -
-
half
i "I know he's entitled to the bed QiColumb.J"
: With a Complete Line of Jnry- will be remembered that Mr. Roberts J. G. PACE such'other places as may be necessary Knights :
} ,at the with Quentin said complainingly the next Meetings of tie:
"IxxDklng Jury. a grim
was elected at the last county election J. H. PACE.R. or _convenient in the conduct of
judicial air, the judge said morning "but his halt doesn't Includeall KnIghts of Colombui
his connection With that office
and F. MITCHELL said business
i: Ladles', Men's, "Gentlemen ob de jury, sense dJs is the soft part I have to sleep on has been perfectly satisfactory to C. H. BARNES. 2 : : are held at their bail

a very small ease>I'll Jes' charge y'all both sides of him." the public.He S Jv A. EWING 'The general nature of the businessto No. 8 West Inteudda :'

# Misses', Youths'and a dollar an'.I.ha'f apiece." has made many friends during S J. H. S SMITHWICK be' transacted shall be the buying Monday street evening, on eeT at

Heavy impure blood makes a muddy his term of office and will make a vigorous W. C. VEREEN selling and dealing in all knds of merchandise 7:30: o'clock. An'vitation 111'

: Children's Luke..E. Wright:, who has resigned pimply complexion headaches nausea fight for. re-elctioa. W. H. BA.RBBUCKNER --wholesale and at retail, is extendeJ
*
.{. the' post of governor general of the indigestion. Thin blod makes you CHIPLEY including all kinds of groceries, dry to S visiting Knights.
The Best Cough Syrup.S. J. B. :NEWTON.D. goods clothing crockery hardware
Philippines in order be the first
Jo ambassador JOHN a JONES.
weak, pale sickly. Burdock Blood Bit.
of the United States to Japan L. Apple ex Probate Judge, R. SAUNDERS. feed stuffs. graIn and hay; the buying EDM. FOX. Grand Knight
ShoesConsisting la one of Tennessee's-most distinguished ters makes the 'blood rich red pure- Ottawa Co.. Kansas. writes: "Thisis and sell ng of live stock buggies wag.ons Recorder.
restores perfect health. to say that I have used Ballard's State of Florida' harness and all kinds of vehicles;
sons. He enlisted In the Confederate
Horehound Syrup for years, and that County of Escambia. the! ,buj'ingand..selllne.of. all kinds of Pensacola Lodge No. 4, I. 0. 0. F.
.; army: at the age or fourteen:served : I do not hesitate to recommend it as Before the subscriber a Notary turpentine tools and implements; the Pensacola Lodge No. 4, I. O. 0 T.
the THE SEASON'S
J: through 'war and was wounded in DEL.ICACYFINE : the best cough syrup I have ever Public in and for said State and acquiring, purchase holding and sell meets every Thursday even'nr! 1'31J

: of Vici, one engagement He was a lieutenantat HEADLESS SHRIMP AT JOE'S i used." 25c, 50c and |1. Sold by all County, personally appeared J. R. ing of real estate both Improved and at the new hall .on West Garden:

.v! : Patent Leathers High fifteen. .Two years later, he 'commanded PLACE. PHONE 154.AREYOURHDY. I dru gfBts.i S&unxfers, D. R. Saunders R. F. unimproved: th$ acting as agent for street. Visiting brethren cordially:
a battery, at the battle of i Mitchell ;J. H. Smithwick and Buck other corporations firms, associations I Invited. E. GREENBLATT.

Tops. Low Quarters, Chickamauga, where .In an action lasting -------- ner Chlpley, known to me to be the and individuals in doing any and all J. NEVILLE Secretary

and all styles of Foot- twenty: minutes individuals described by said names of the things herein mentioned; to do,
fifty out of the [ri: : BONifAY and acknowledged that they executed other and Daughters of Rebekah.
sev? ? all acts things,usual necessary -
Daujhterst
Also
wear. a full 'line foregoing instrument for the uses convenient incident : S Naomi Lodge, No.10,
enty men of the bat or to the conducting nlgU
and therein set forth. meets Monday
of purposes Rebekab every
Canvas Shoes
J Slip- ofany of the above mentioned I
tery were killed or -- I hall M 't'
Given under my hand and official at 8 o'clock in I. O. O F
: pers, Rubbers, etc., to t4i wounded. After the Those cheap rates. expire April 7Ui seal this 5th tiay of March A. D. 1906. business I ing sisters cordially invited to be present
Bonlfay, Mar. 15.-J. D. Crews, ofWestville 3 .
fit old and war he married'daughter a to California and the Northwest. (Seal.) JOHN ;J. GIBSON. ,
f. is in town today. The amount ,of
; young. of Admiral Notary Public. capital stock. shall MRS. PEARL WITKOVSKI,
r. 'Hon. C. M. Cox is havin'g' the finishing S be' ONE HUNDRED
THOUSAND
i? i Raphael Semmes Each first and third Tuesday .tickets My commission expires February 21, MISS WILLIE KENDRICK, Sec
t e coat of paint put on his hotel DOLLARS .($100,00000)> ), divided Into
of the Confederate 1909.
are almost' given' away to Texas.Oklahoma I which adds' much to its appearance. shares of One hundred Dollars ($100.. S M. E. B. A. No. 81. meets tint aai
and became and' that section.
t navy a I The Sessoms-Whiddon' Co. sawmill 00)' each, and shall be payable in cash third Wednesday evening at 7:30 v-
*' of
Ji i Prices Will Be Our noted lawyer. 110 i just south of Bonifay is running: and State Florida, upon call of the 'directors. m.. Rafford Hall No 10. West: Inter
Duval.
of
First class
1 : :L WEIGHT. was appointed. round trip contention a well is being bored at that place. County 4 street '

member of the Philippine rates to CalifornIa! in May and July. ,ii Hon. D. L. Leonard came in on the Before th3 subscriber a Notary The said corp ra"tionshall exist for dencla A. G. FELL. Pre3.

r Best Argument. commission by President McIClnlej '- : train from Chlpley :Monday night. Public In and for said State and H. ninety-nin ((99) years from the date J. L. SWEENEY. Sec.vi. .
C.
and succeeded William n. Taftas Through Pullman Tourist Cars from r Mr. Donahue, representing James County, known personally to: appeared Individual of granting ,Letters Patent to It.
Barnes me to be the
(t.!.\ governor general In a recent letter Washington. c.. to San Francisco : McDonald & Co. is in town today. described by said and 5 O. W.
Governor Wright described via Atlanta Montgomery :Mobile' and i. TheL&NRR.Co.isnowsats.fying name business W. 'J. 1.
.It a native acknowledged that he executed the The shall be conducted bya Live Oak Camp No. 1.
servant who was very stupid."I New Orleans and Southern Pacific : a long felt want in the train foregolng;.lnstrument for the uses and board of 'not less than, three, nor meets In Pythian: Hall 1st and 1

told him at luncheon to fill an (Sunset Route) and ''from ,St. Louis i which now goes west in the morning therein set forth. more than, seven directors, as provided Wednesdays in each month. \1sfJJ:

f Everything new and empty .pepper' cruet and I waited for via Wabasb. and Union. Paclfic and i and it Is to be hoped that it will receive purposes Given under my hand and seal official by 'the by-laws a president, one sovereigns cordially Invited.

.,4 just from the factory. the pepper, but it was a long time com- Kansas City. ', S patJnage enough to Justify a this 3rd riay: of March A. D. 1906. or more: 'vice"presidents,. as provided F. A. BOGHICH C. C

ing. "-. : continuation of this schedule. (Seal) E. B. WELLS by the bylaws! a secretary and treas LESLIE E. BROOKS. Cl rlL _

J The purchase of one "Flntlly looked him up impatiently. We have the best service to China- i Walter E. Moore from out In.. the Rotary: Public State of Florida at urer. The. office of! vice president and

pair of our Shoes will He sat bent' over the. cruet with thepepper Japan and Hawaiian Islands.' country was in town today. large. My commission 'expires Jan- treasurer1 may Ije held by one and Woodman's Circle. to

beside him. I A. J. Miller, of Caryvllle came over urr 27, 1909. the same person. The directors shall W. O. W. C.. Oal"'Jrove. No.
make you call for another. -'HG"" S No trouble to answer questions. from that place today. be elected annually ,at the meeting of Woodmen Circle me?ts'every ThuT<-

} We have Shoes to suit to do that long job r is I asked.it going to'take"TOU I: L, : _' .. -' I Arch Simms, a successful farmer of State of .Mississippi>l., -S he; stockholders to T>e' teld' on the daY*:P,'TO.. 24 floor Pythian Hall. over
;Lr. VAN RENSSELAER.G. just south of Bonifay, was in town County of (Pearl River. third Wednesday .in January, an.} the Feu's stable, 'on Intendencia street
all classes of people! 'Not much longer he answered W. ELYT. P.A., General Agt. I today. Before the subscriber,a Notary Public officers shall be:elected by the boardof Visiting sovereigns cordially nvj'* .,

but yotr must remember that It Is no 124 Peachtree ,St, W B,. Miller is erecting a saw mill In and for said State and County, directors at a meeting held on the Mrs. Leona Langford Guardian. )Lr .

small task to lorce the peper throughLCKB ; Atlanta., Ga. near town. personally appeared Uoha A. Ewing, same daTe Until tha first election, It.Ell"l"Iiii'ii. M. B. Olsen., Clerk.

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:0<> From an Official Visit to the 1.0,. As Reported by State Health Offi [Last of the Liquor Selling Cases Steam Pumps,. Galvanized Roofing,


00 marked past-master 0. F. Lodges of the cer-Co-operation of Physi" !- t Was Disposed of Yes- Barbed Wire,_ Nails, Boat Spikes,

workmanship. They are, .PaJatabl.Potent Tute Giod.Do Good Tarred Roofing;>> : Building Hardware '
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t State. cians is Urged. WeverSiekea. Weaken 'irGru' 15C2C.iOc.Nner.old terday.
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aable' 'mpe4 0 C C.Ouaran&eed
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made from high-grade .
$0 core or Jour ploDe1 back. Scissors. Razors, Pocket Cutlery.SPECIALPrnESTOTHETRADE.
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or N.Y.
Remedy Co..Chicago 595 .
woolens, both domestic Sterling A ,number cases were tried In the
.a.. Grand Master A. C. Binkley, of the Incorporated in ttni annual report, ANNUAL SALE, TEN MILLION BOXESNickts criminal ,court" yesterday, Judge ... .
and imported. Individually I. O. 0. F., of Florida has returnei of Dr. Joseph JY. Porter, State Health Beggs presiding., There were also a .
Borne extended Officer is the following in regard to ot of (
Je- tailored and custom- after an trip through number, pleas guilty.
vital statistics and the conclusion
root- the the< Cora Jfoyle. who was charged wIth'
state official visit to
on an
reached is that Deaths from disease; Buffet and -
wade (Stein-Bloch), theyfit absence selling malt liquor without a license Mail Orders Promptly Shipped -
his
lodges of that order. During which are generally termea'! as preventable went before the court and entered a .

with striking style. of a little over ten days MrBmkley are due to human stupidity plea of guilty. !She was sentenced to Telephone No. 767.

visited the principal cities. ignorance or a wilful refusal to obserVe Restaurant pay a fine of $250 and costs or serve Jv
Your size means your fit. and adopt measures which practical $
and at each place addressed the Od( l experience has taught to be nee three months in Jail. An additional! ;. v.v VA\W\ANV,,
la the only place of its sentence of thirty days in jail was invposed .
Fellows. essary to the prevention of these dis kind in Pensacola, in fact but this was suspended under !

Try on. The dEft of the grand master to orders. ItlaAPride condition that she does not commit ,

the annual It I is Marriages, Births and Deaths. ., of -
the lodges was one. -,;d the offense again. This is the last
You need not buy.: one of the duties of the head of the< There has been reported to the< these cases, making a total of fourteen :

i executive office durln Ie.I. ',order in Florida to visit every lodge I .
. See our window displayfor 3508 marriages. 4 in the at least once< each
state year
tQ styles.lSTAltDARDfi'OTHJrrmJ. 2.788 deaths. Of this number odeaths. fine of $250 into the county treasury. :
Pensacola.a
1at Tne grand master found all'tha 654 were white males, 74:: Percy Badger and Leonard Miller, SCREENS !

.lodges he visited in a healthy condition. .- white females, 620 colored males and a who were implicated assaulting the

11- I with much interest manifested. 541 colored females. clUes cannot cashier in the' Gold Mine restaurantsome
In the order. In fact the membership boast of a better equipped
- These figures are not vouche for weeks ago, entered pleas of guilty. r
; in the ora'er is constantly on: the in place. The service Is the
as accurately representing the total Badger pleaded) guilty to aggravated -
.eo.al I grease in every city in ,the state and }1'fe! movement of the population of; best that can be had.' assault and Miller to assault

.alA. much enthusiasm is being shown in the state for the reason that the physlcians : and battery. They have not yet been : j

many places in the upbuilding of the of the state, upon whom the Nick Apostle Propt'r'Amusements sentenced. I ;
I. 0. O. F. Slate' I Put them in before the FLIES and !
. a : Health Officer must rely for reports Ella Hester, "bite: and Robert But- :
of births and deaths have generally terfield colored were found guilty of :
Colry FLORIDA CURlosr IES. A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES been indeffefent in making reports lewd and lascivious conduct. The

Lire and Stuffed Alligators ready: Itching, Blind, Bleeding. Protruding of this kind and have for thf> C H 1: H' '$it-it He'ster woman was sentenced to serve 1 MOSQUITOES into your house. ,i |{

for sH'pment! Piles. Druggists are authorized' re most part Ignored the requirements six months in jail 'and the negro to

Orange wood canes. with _al11gatorLead ; to cure In 6 to 14 days. 50c. of the state statute which is mandatory 'i serve 60 dajs.. f
id ;;. 73c : in its provisions that all birth* j The case of James McCra'ne.' who 'We can furnish them CHEAPER.$ '

.'. Sea Shells and Shell Jewelry, Shel VESSELS UNDER CHARTERTO and deaths occurring in the state ol r was charged with the larceny of a
lld! Wood Novelties, Leather Goods a GULF TRANSIT CO Florida shall be Immediately reported '$it $ ..1Harrison.Parkinson mule ftom James Kannen occupied J
toby Specialty. to the State Board of Health. the attention of the court for several NOW. Get prices at once. I

MRS C. N. McCLURE, The following vessels have been Various Inducements have been offered hours, the defendant beiffg represented -

at Opera.House Building chartered by the Gulf Transit Co. and to coax and urge the physicians Stock CoOn by J. R. Landrum and R. P. Reese. I' :

ue- 107 E. Government St. Pensac la. Fla wIll load cargoes at this port: of Florida to fulfill a professional obligation the' ol This case has been before the courts
r Saltmarsh.'no as well as a duty of a civic next Monday night- doors '
For Lh'erpool-E. O. occasions and much interest
previous -
-- --- -- the house will be thrown open on
character by giving valuable Informa opera G. DeSilva & Co.
in port; Ida March 20th; Vivma was manifested in the result.jury H
of the farorite
of. R. K. WHITE lion of this kind -which can be got fOr a week's engagement '
April 10th. T"n returned a verdict of not
Harrison-Parkinson Stock Cornpanj -
16.Ic. tei thrpugh no other nor in
source
Jeweler, and Graduate For Runcorn-Miguel de Larrinaga,, ,
Watchpakir Manufacturing
guilty.
de Larrinaga, my other manner but it seems thai ) -, iwho, during the,past seasons, ; iHn: Phone 11
30 S. Palalox Street. Pensacola Fla. March" llth; Asuncion
; Optician. no amount of pleading soliciting hUe won an enviable reputation withtheatre.goeI"S. ,
Apr.l 1st a steamer. May. for Rheumatism.I .
; : :Mr. Harris, whose Invaluable
,09. ---- de Larri jr coaxing will avail, notwithstanding
TURTON 6. BELL. 'For Manehester-MI'guel' de Larrinaga,,f the State Board of Health had agreedto lever acting and pleasing personal- have been suffering for the past I iyyyyyyyyyyjyVVVVVSSNSVSSSSSSVSNVVVVVVVy/\ / '

PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. saga in port; Asuncion pay ten cents for each birth and titts have won a host of admirers in few years with a severe attack of ,. -
April 1st; a steamer.:May. leath reported to the office. This Pensacola, is,, still with the company rheumatism and found that Bal'ardV'
rr Kodak Supplies. Finishing for Amateurs. For Venice-Emilia, March 21st;; amount is small, it is true but it ia as md he' says that his company this hat: gave me satisfaction and tended

Maria, :March 16. much as the Board can offer for such season ts the strongest he has ever Snow Liniment was the only thing

idn For Havre-lolanthe. in port. service, especially as blanks are supplIed brought to the theatre. The openinglay to: alleviate my pains. March 24, 02.
I.in. TERSELY TOLDE For Dunkirk-lolanthe, in port. gratis and moreover the statute ') selected is the scenic meloirama John C. Degnan, Kinsman, Ills. 25c,

ni1 For Trieste-Emijia, March 21st; I IIaria. >if the state expects that these statistIcs "Hearts of the Blue Ridge," SOc and $1. Sold by all druggists.

he :\ March 16th. shall be rendered without compen for which the entire scenicanal lec- Sewing' Machines
T. McWilllams, of Oak Hill
aJie. sation. neal production Is carried. Among OL. JAMES H. POTTLE
Ala is among the business visitors. :; For a mild easy action of the bowelsa Co-Operation Is Urged. his season's plays: ffered by this ARRIVED LAST NIGHT .

or16. ia the dty. single dose of Doan's R,gulets iaenough. Unless the physicians of Florida company are many play' that have

R. E. May returned yesterday from Treatment cures "habitual trill give their co-operation to this lever before been offered< at popular Col. James H Pottle.of New York '
Jacksonville where he had been tot constipation. 25 cents a box. Ask 'work, and ,view the subject as a professional >rices and it was by the clever management he:' genial representative The

11 several days on a business trip. ,our druggist for them.SHRIMP duty and one of state pnae, of 'Mr. Harris that he has Brotherhood Wine Co., arrived In the .arcosr/

..08.t'. Mrs George Pfeiffer has returned thg: effort to lay: before the people of s secured these productions that have I ity last night 'on one of his periodi' .. '
Florida each year a statement of the a big city reputation to back them cal visits. Col. Pottle was" in the;
from Andalusia, Ala, where she has TO-DAY '
movement of the state by published 'up are offered to our his hotel
ife : best spirits.when, seen at
been the guest of Mr. and Mrs.\ Thos. *' fn&iitt
,
of, births and deaths'ill The specialties are the ,
Campbell /or several days THOSE FINE, HEADLESS figures theatre-goers'l md from his talk ItWafS very apparent -
.
SOME OF '
because lost expensive carried
have to be abandoned a that his remarkable good nature -
Harry J. Feltus advance agent for SHRIMP'AT JOE ROTH'SPHONE 'partial statement is deceptive untruthful priced company to-day : was due to the great success of '

Harris-Parkinson Stock (Company in 1 154. : and unreliable. In speaking of his company this he product he handles. The product
Johnson & Son.
ih' city in the interest of his corn! Comparisons of ,mortality for consecutive season remarked: "My company this of the Brotherhood Wine Co. Is well Wm.

F.. |ianwhich opens a week's engagement Ark. years cannot be ,made with )ear is costing me if anything too known 'appreciated in Pensacola,

ten'3(0 here next Monday i iT'ne J.N.;W.W Smith.L. Cobb.Indianapolis: Arkadelphia.; Miss! Nellie ;- my to determine accuracy neither whether is It preventive possible inancially nuch and in we order have to make enjoyed the success in the i md his many friends here are always!II '

friends of F. who Mrs Jewel glad to have Col. Pottle drop In
F. Bmgham, Chicago
Thompson ; and be necessary" to play to I
nedicine. as urged by the board past It !will e .
Ino. is ill with pneumonia, will be pleasedto I ndrum, Chicago; Wm. H. Glenn U.S. aught to the people is successful in >acked homes almost mghtly. But igain.PAIR. ,

learn that he has passed the critical i. N.; L. G. Ballantien, Albany N. Y. esults unless the statistics are ac- I am sure that from past experience Call and the different
stage of his illnss. It will be two see
W. J. Kllduff, secretary of the urate.: hat my new effortswill be as successful f AND ,
or three weeks however before he 3ulf Coast Lumberman's Association, The State Health Officer does not as any in the past, that Is try-

will be able to be out. and editor of the Export Record of propose to enter Into litigation: to ng to produce th ebest and better ;

P. The fishing: schooner Francis H, :Mobile, is in the city. I enforce the statute which the. people class of plays at popular prices." WARMER TO-DAY styles including the Electric

3 with a catch of 3500 snappers, the advertising for servants theousewIfe -and the medical profession is an integral Co doubt a S. R. O house will greet -
111 By : of the Ixny !pOlitic of the his company Monuhy' night and also .
Thorite with 1200 snippora :tad this: appeals to those who can I Ireadand part
-; Caviare with a small: catch, were of ten itate-have through their representa- repeat their former success of the
out
.to.d. in nine cases I enforced JUT THE WEATHER FORECASTIS : Machine on display in our
for com
.d.e. aiong theirritate of fishing vessels the only satisfactory ,ones. lives ordained an past ,
these are I II of
.
and especially a
with law I
in port jcs'eruay.W I liance -- THAT RAIN WILL OCCUR
The Journal has a large number of I II measure which has for Its object a Seibel Bros. Dog & Pony Show. J
C. Grout formerly of the Bcn-\ :I replies to want ads for "Farm."I mrely humanitarian purpose, will The Four-Footed,Pun-Makers, <. omiprising TOMORROW.Fair .
,11. ton Herald is in the city for a brief I "Florida," "Owner" "Lind," "A. B. lever be satisfactorily observed or Seibel Bros. Dog and Pony hardware department. All new

'r1aa Visit! to his sister. Mrs. A. E. Peake.I ." "Manager," "Orchard" "Position,"I II'.A. performed when not, cheerfully: di;>- shows which arrive in this city Wed-
Mr Grout has not been in Pensacola I "C," and "M. S." brief visit dur
D. HeseUon :harged. nesday morning for a
.r1 b'fore for sixteen and he sees I' enthusiastic spirit of and warmer weather is forecasted
rear
II A hearty and will be
which four performances
ing Wilson
officials for &
ttany!: changes and improvements in Blue Rsbbon Vanilla and Lemon.! :o-operation from each physician in given by them, are said i to be. collectively by the weather Wheeler Sewing
I for today.
1
by a
Vbso'utely' pure goes twice as far and he state manifested most remarkable company of
a
I to -
expected occur
Showers, however, are
health reputation
Walter Haird. traveling for the O. L. lie "Blue Ribbon Flavor" Is perfec.:tOrt to build up the animal actors. The weathermap
Gregory Vinegar Co. of Paducau, Ky ion. I >I the commonwealth. mint enter Into The show is unlike any other dog durirrg Saturday.showed that the' Machines.
of
(tn I the earnestness of the work before show the road, the differ yesterday l!
is the city on a short business visit.i ana' pony on for the twenty
temperature
avail minimum
Th:>. (fs the first visit Mr. Baird has I New Suits Filed. I ital statistics will anythingr ence being in the ring performance.There its issuance i
paid Pensacola in eighteen andh : following nC'suit were filed > be profitable for'omparis': n or ar is a similarity: in the parade, four hours preceding
The
jears '
while the maximum & SON J
.. of the clerk A further effort will be of the handsomest had been! 62 degrees Wm. JOHNSON ;
be
8UJ notes'many changes and improvements resterday}' in the -office I I ument.;iiado the coming year to Interest which is said to one was 70. The local dbserver In''
(tn court: during miniature affairs on wheels
the city. He was born and fvthe circuit
> conditions
'
weather 1
,11, raised! in Mobile and has a numberof I Peoples Bank a corporation vs. and to_appeal to the (patriotism but all "sameness" ends there, accord- his summary of :
, the L'ver- o> the profession in this respect and the nt. "This show"he yesterday sad: I
friends defendant, ing to press ag
in Pensacola. i Jeo. W. Ward '
better report of \1tal -, "The southern disturbance has
It is hoped that a out for a reputation as
nat Londan & Globe! Insurance Co, says;;, "is .
.
: pool & at the end Carolinas causing heavyto '- ;
Southern Hotel arrivals: C. W. Say corporation, garnisihees; .damages 1 statistics may be given well as to make money, and'we are moved to the !
*:-*. Chicago. C. L. Ojtrander and a excessive rains from southern Ala-
; of 1906. acqulr both. A new show
Reeves, attorneys rapidly ng
0.e.J Tamih Indiana Sak Simmons. ;250; Maxwell & Preventable Diseases. bama and Western Florida nothas-//
; -that Is a fresh and finished; performance -I New L. C. Smith }:
Huntsville for plaintiffs. I analysis- of the above Information Virginia: and general rains
; W. L. Story. Albany, Ga"; Journal Company From an consisting! cf new and originalacts ward into
,
TIe! -
\U'm S. E. West vs. : health condin south -Atlantic!
and
}Moller G. G. Spinger, U. S. S respecting which !were never: before offered over the Gulf
1t.F'. Texas: L. C. Nonnell U. S. S, Texas: a corporation damages for$1,500;.' I the State. it is laarnea': : that of the by any similar exhibition before, is states. Light snows are still fa'ling' VISIBLE TYPEWRITER!
pla'n.tiff
T. Cubs U. S. S. Texas; J. L. Avery & Avery attorneys ; !iseas.e .which are generally termed what is doing the trick" I from Colorado eastward to New York. -

Head Jacksonville; J J Beitzer Lena GoM- U It .preventable pulmQnary tubercu| All records were broken during a The plateau! depression still remains I
Philadelphia; J. BWood Louisville; Newman Goldring vs. 11 r>sis (consumption) has caused 170 recent seven weeks tour of the south stationary. Most complete machine on the market.
.. Hugh B. Pensacola J. H. ring et al. bill in chancery: Avery & likewise smalloox, 5 deaths; have fallen ,
Wright; ; ?eaths and in the larger cities of Dixie people "Although temperatures ; 4 Bee them at my office,or write for price**
311 Tomb. U S. N; John Sumpter, U. S. Ivory, attorneys for plaintiff. I iphtheria 18 deaths; malaria, 42, and were turned away at almost every c'dedly: over eastern Texas, Arkan., arddeacriptiremaiter. I

811J1 J'ellow fever 82. performance and the newspapers area I sas, Louisina, Mississippi, yet the,
It almost seems a paradox and burlEsque unit In'voting the performance the freezing temperatures at 7 a. m. had I L. S. BROWN f
of terms to speak of deaths south. western Tennessee,I ,
Ys.RemR the un Jfme : .best ever given in the only reached
mo oaweryCoIdIDOaeD.Y. from preventable diseases for if preentable northwestern Arkansas and as far Pens colat Fla.

- I-I ljI 3D..C1.J.! ..... 350 why should ckness: from "Dr.Thomas'Electnc Oil Is the best' southeast in Texas as Palestine' ; temperatures Thiesen
otht such sources occur, much l less death! remedy for that often fatal dsease-: northwest of Pensacola 201 Building.

croup. Has been used wth: success in range from 40 degrees at -.Vicksburto
;
,Itas.-, --- : ; .. ... ... our family for eight 'ears-mrs.. L.! 20 degrees below zero in northern I
; ... *'"' --- colder for this
i'r. "* '*IJ _. 1[ t n JlnbH: ''':.;ft.::. WblteacrE Bugalo N. Y. Montana indicating
J ;:rn: H;!!< 'nr.np"n..u.u.-.rH
t :.JrH ...
.. f': ; f
.UU.Ht:: u. f. J BURROWES'Fly
.. U ,
; .. _......... _,- -IUI"'kjlllNi'4IUI" r".iNUI "" vicinity tonight with conditions:: favorable -
ti $ i !I
Clli .SHRIMP, FINE, FRESH HEADLESS for fair weather tonight and

" I Will Put a Piano in Your Home Ii; ONES AT JOE ROTH'S, 'TAR- Friday. Winds along the west IFlorl-

RAGONA AND ,GOVERNMENT STS.If da coast',,'ill be fresh west to north and Mosquito Screens !

dp.. /5;! On such conditions that the payments will hardly be felt. In fact, fj j I west."

,':J- that do yourself and family an injustice i I Iacclnatlon
be prevented by
the conditions are so easy you smallpox can Trial
\ (and evidence and proof Sent on Thirty Days' Freight! Prepaid.
not to get one. f I been submitted in I
.: have repeateoly Mental material needed for attachIng! the screens and doors included with-
All
these reports of the efficacy of this '
- H i. against a most jut extra cost.Screens .
protective measure
.
' S: For Ten Dollars loathsome disorder) and antl-diphtheritic Power are made only' to order, yet returnable If not satisfactory
\. diphtheria antitoxin) will:!: '
(
!'.l H! i We w 11 pnt a Piano into your >home, all delivery charges paid by f i not only serum'cure but will inhibit attacks! Increaseswhen MORE THAN 200,000 HOUSES ARE FITTED i WITH BURROWES'

SCREENS. _
observing _
screening and -
diphtheria If ,
r of $2.00 will hardly be felt, and the joy ; -
_
us. The weekly payments due precaution against the bite of practical improvement In screen construction during the past

H it gives will be yours while paying 'm Infected mosquitoes will avert an attack Every first used by n. .
rf J of ownership, and the pleasure of malarial and yellow fever, thirty years was
.J
- for it. No interest charged. f; then it would seem that the occur-I Grape-Nuts Drop postal to P. O. Box 104. or phone 1015 and local representative
is
altogether
i \ ence of these diseases will call to give you esto ates.
S. Palafox St. due to human stupidity -
'
ii: Oldest and Largest House unnecessary and is __ __ ,
Phon.15 ----.
L i. Music Hous.ln Clutter Music I PENSACOLA rtt ; .ignorance or a wilful refusalto which is the daily food. -- -- - ----.1
Florida observe and adopt measures /
-. B. E. CLUTTER. Sec. i:1 practical experience has taught to be A REASON." ; Journal
Tres. The
"THERE'S
._{ \\I GEO. W. 'C. CLUTTER. .Jftf "' necessary to prevention of these dIs-( Subscribe for .

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I:i rAmPOUJr _- THE PENS'A COLA JOURNAL, FRIDAY, MORNING, MARCH 16* 1906 -, ,

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time street and car company force into make making their cars the "- Vt; '' The Sunny. ..Side : of' Life -< OPERA HOUSE

the streets they dW *
WfJe safe to run on as NEWS AND VIEWS
.
JOttfmJl ,
ttntftiftria to put the negroes in the rear, the e FROM. STATE PAPERS. ONEWEEKT"
have been iI .
life of the baby would' !

saved. m' :f [ ; \ i Commencing
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The, real cause is the 'private own- ; _

DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. ership of public utilities. Profit. For Supreme Court Justice: Iri11' 'f4
S t. This Is the God we worship "We,learn with a great deal of pl as- j' Monday, March 19

PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT 'MONDAY What can we do to become worshipers ure that a strong pressure is being RETURN OF THE ,
of the true God brought to bear upon Cot W. W. FAVORITE

...BY... GEO. R. SMITH. Flournoy to permit: his friends td announce : THE BIG CITY SHOWHARRISPARKINSON
Route 4, Butler Ind, Mar. 13. his candidacy for the Justiceof :

THE JOURNAL COMPANY. the Supreme court ,There are,two c CO.
i* vacancies, to be lled' this year; aad
--------- # the members of the bar of West Flor Including the pleasing actor

FRANK L. MA YES, President and General Manager. # TIDE TURNING IN ida. who, arg" best qualified to judgeof c' ROBT. H. HARRIS
FAVOR OF HEARST )t- his fitness for this eialted position "and20EXCELLENT

:'by reason of their intimate' association PLAyER

Z % Montgomery Journal. i with him; are among those who -
MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. 'qU A Car Load of Scenery
: I are most strongly urging him lo per
HH i"l- I niit his nam to" be used. It can b-- r1UI Opening bill "Hearts of TheIUdge' B',U,*
*
said of is careful
SUBSCRIPTION I hiRj that there no more
RATES.
The Washington Post in comment. I and conscIentious' student, of legal, Vaudeville-Great Pheips-Cm.,..

One year.$5 00 One Month....... ......._ 45 In' on the selection of Congressman problems in the state than ,he, and E I bine Trio LeCompt & Leffler, IVtt
Six Mouth................ 2 50 One Week................. 10 ; I his marked success In his chosen profession tri.r & Tyson American Bioscope
chairman of the democratic !
Three Months...... ....... 125 WeekJv Edition, per year..?! 00 Griggs as I woula' indicate that he would Matinee Saturday.
-- campaign committee says it was a : if elected fill the position with honor .4-h ; I Seats on sale Saturday.
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Hearst victdry. It cla'ms that Mr. both to himself and his friends.-Da A Race Track DI ltoalty. '- Prices-10, 20. 30 cents
; The Only Pensacola Newspaper. From Which a Detailed Funiak husband roust not let his Ladies free
Breeze. Monday
Griggs is ,known everywhere as,the Doctor-Your aigit! unusual -
down.
a
system run conditions.
I Circulation Statement Can Be.Secure. *l.Ofllcu.106 friend and supporter of Mr. Hearst.It Suggestion for Mr. Cleveland. Mrs. Dopely...Doctor, he has been doing:

--- -- further says that "the south is on President Cleveland with fishing.'ibis best,to keep it up. but it never wins. Amiability Itself =

the Hearst band rod arrived in Florid. Percy I am afraid that ray conversation
wagon. rampant has -
A GOOD
.. CARRIAGE.'When
and 110 East Saloon Trains _______
Papers on _._ __
I I But more significant still Is the and will now ,go in to soothe his _____ -- --------I is uninteresting. .
let the thou&httrollble
Government. Phone 38. and at all News Stands. nerves and get some old-fashioned Miss FootlIght-Don't
that "Mr.
the Post
statement little bit
By you. 1, was a sleepy any you want a sooi:
enjoyment. After a brief rest from carrlap,
Hearst is much of how.Pa >
as a doer things,
the fatigue Qf his journey, he will prompt service and safe and
PDNtSACOLA' FLORIDA, FRIDAY MORNING. MARCH 16, 1&06 as Mr. Bryan Is a sayer of things; do well to steer straight for the sanctum -

and that is immense." Here Is a of Editor Law, at Bartow, wherehe treatment remember the orIgtnaHACKMAN'S
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great newspaper of the country pay. will get the best line 'of-pointerson
: Is Graft Back of The "Want Ad Sense' ing compliments gratuitously to :Mr, how to have -a good time In Flor EXCHANGE.

Isle of Pines Treaty Hearst and pointing out his availabilIties Ida.-Live Oak Democrat.. ie'' 1''l PHONE 185.
is Good Sense. as the leader of the democratic ..
'"The mills of the gods grind slowly Tip for Florida Farmers. It was founded in 1892 and it ms a
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hosts into election
the presidential
Ab ut every American is a tradera next
; ," it is true, but In the matter of I This is something new. Heretofore Color b 'can't raise corn any more reputation for polite and careful 1In..
"swapper. And the most enthusiastic ', than Florida but the farmers out ers and the best informed cabmell"
slowness they cannot for an instantcompete papers like the Post have not ;
of the "swappers" read and use there are dispensing with it as a feed the city. Following are the memIFJ1
with the legislative mill at I been disposed to compliment Mr.I' ,
the For Sale and Exchange columns Hearst but neither to criticise him. ,for.hogs They have discovered that and their hack numbers

Washington, especially when the latter of this paper. Evidently the tide has turned in his garden peas are superior to corn tot A. M. Soloman, No. 1; A. J Legett;:: .

is putting through a grist that is Favor. It is apparent that he ha$ not I this purpose m;king bettet pork for No. 5; J. Stallworth, No. 7; J E. Morr's .
less mone}". The idea might be tested No 8 S. Sunday Jr.. No
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11 c
anything but acceptable to a great lost
Some people would rather have a ; but has gained in strength, and
with advantage in Florida. It is H. Taylor No. 12; O. AbdeJcoUie
No
of the American people. prestige from his unsuccessful contest :
: majority
lodger, "rent free, than to have a declared in Colorado that an acre of 15; R. Parker, No. 18; T H. Hew
; Even since Congress convened the "lonesome 'house. 'But a Furnished for the mayoralty of New York City. peas will produce twenty percent. old No'21; S Bibbs, No. 26; M. p?tterson. .

Isle of Pines treaty has been hanging Room will bring you an income if The action_ of the "courts iq denying more pork than an'a- -re of corny while 'l- .No 30; A. J. Braswell, No 77:
him a legal remedy against the frauds
it costs less money. The animal is All the above are nice, closed
fire. At first there was considerable advertIse car
'you It. which deprived him of the office and said to grow faster and larger on pea
I talk regarding It and the assertion I his dignified acceptance of the result riages.
Shakespeare" feed, and does not become so fat- Signed J. STALLWORTH Fret
'Was openly made that it would be I said: "Never be tax has added to his popularity. ''Se even realizing thai meal for bacon.-Tampa Wasted a Partmer IB the .....Ily. By C. H TAYLOR, Sec. and Tres.
I ratified by the senate without delay. ed'for speech. But the want.-adver. in seeming defeat Mr.\ Hsarst comes Times. "Why did the undertaker make his
out stronger than before the be- 'daughter give up?"
race SIn you
For some reasonS probably because of,,tiser Js "taxed" so lightly for speech "So that she could marry that young
and
gan, very greatly more popular
'Defense of Broward. '
: the sharp criticism the measure has : that the tax never becomes a burden. than soctor." NEW YORKQLI'PPER
time ibis
at any in public career. .The attacks'On Gov. Broward, lead .
received at the hands of the American Not only has his popularity grownin by the Times-Uhion and St. Augus -

people no action has been taken I You can reduce your house rent- New York City and state but everywhere tine Record, owned by the Flagler_J iu-

and it Is possible that it may be probably' from one-third to one-half- throughout the country his terests: and i joined in by that class

ignored for the present and allowedto by renting a furnished room. It strength and prestige has increasedto oi papers that past experience aas

rest in hole until ,things would surprise you to know how manyof such an extent that he is now more proven ,are purchasable, remind us : (: CYE IS THE GREATEST
a pigeon
fully in the mind ,
public than ever more of a sleep'ng lion surrounded
have quieted down a little. your friends do this. before and is receiving from the I, by a pack of barking jackals than c -. Way Oat Weat.TrareUr THEATRICAL I SHOW PAPERIN

According to the treaty with Spain masses a recognition as a leader and anything else in natural history. The a -Tb r say the Indians In this
at the close of the SpanishAmericanwar If that business scheme of yours is a factor In politics not heretofore accorded .I j I governor will turn on them one of .- region used to be fearful fighters. THE WORLD.

4 I I good enough for you to devote your him. This together with the these days and when he does I I Old Resident-TeL Why dey didnt 10 to
the Isle of Pines is as much apart I $4.00 Per Year. Single Copy
I I smoke de pipe of peace often enough te ,
.. I time to it, it is good enough for some change in the trend of popular thought: what a scurrying for holes there wilbeDeFuniak' : 'em .
of the United States as is the ( even make nervous.Ko ISSCED: WEEKLY.
other man to invest his money in on some of the great issues of the: -Breeze. '
state of Florida. The method of its You can-find the "other man" througha day make it evident that Mr. Hearst I '* 5 SAMPLE COPY FREE.
cession to this country was practically In the future will have to be reckoned: Subterranean Channels. '
"Business Opportunity" advertise Of Qkeechobee Is "connect. FRANK QUEEN PUB. CO.(Ltd),
with and his Influence will be more course !
.; identical to the cession of Florida,
ment. Florida, zar I SUSIE, PUBLISHERS
potential. ed" 'With the'cc an. So is all
SL Saw you.
45 W. ra ,
a.sxsizs.,
It cannot be legally I
given
area; away "
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I I What his political aspirations may which has these same "subterranean -
:. bj the senate any more than that I I Every. day I in this city OOJI'EI be we do not know 'but we cannot channels,,". and'they break out into j "*3i1tndh ujn'oane-
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'l/ody could' give Florida back to PEOPLE' make up their minds to I for a moment doubt that.he will make the ocean Itself: all"round the coast, ...

.. Spain. I I move. If you have a vacant' house or: feood use of the popularity and strength So that fresh' water can be dipped
fiom the saJt'.on calm ,days. But :
which time
The that be had qualmsor and events have broughtto
powers no i apartment you should have something him. these pro"enothing' except that "al!

conscience In raising the American I to say fo these people. are but I parts of the one stupendous ,

,flag over the island of Porto Rico ,t: $ H whole."-Jacksonville Times-Union.. .
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i* ...
The man whose ';
and it seems rather strange, to I say services might be 'if
worlh more to,you than to, other ''.' HOW SHALL Business Organization. #
: 'theTeask that,any body of .American any WE SPEND # -
It of in Lake
It the duty
every man
employer In the, city may: be readingthe THE STATES MONEY. 7 .
citizens would, for an instant even Butkf to join the Board'ot Trade. By
:j )
"fictonel
# : Terftctiotf"THE
:- consider a proposition to relinquish Help Wants every day Just now. Jacksonville Times. becoming a member of this organization ,
Union. *
all claim to the Isle of Pines. -: )'OU'will be encouraging! that MOST BEAUTIFUL MAGAZINE)
*
I If have the ;: .. IN THE WORLD"
you "wrong man work- of business to effort -
body men, greater
,; Can it be that there Is a little graft f H H i' Cfcaaa-e llere.T .
ling for you, In any capacity you are in the upbuilding of jour town Mrs._Easy-What are you giving up this Maggie (aged 6>-DM yen ever see yet Ask jour newsdealer for this superb
mixed In the deal? .
up handicapping ,yourself The town needs the assistance of lent sweetheart ,- amnltyf' ,magazine. If he does not handle it
I lleedlesslyfor Governor Broward has a very poor every citizens-Lake Butler Star.: Mr. Easy-I'm giving up about nineKatie (aged 7)-Only,wunst oo a clotatenthji send as his name and address w ith>'our
Now that Grover Cleveland is m|i In some other work he might be opinion of the wisdom that makes of,njr salary to you. .:-the same M tag l1tbQUa.QtJ..,__._ name and address and lOCo for sample

'. Florida 'on a fishing trip something useful. The "right man" for YOU opinions for the state press, but just They Rarl> Fell Tree.. copy. Regular price 25C. Mention
it fc possible that the state .
; may be expected to burst out from will probably answer !your want ad now prena Most of the Spaniards dislike to fell this paper.
might not think the wisdom of the
;i un Burr Publishing Company

exactly that of Solomon-thereto-e and this fact perhaps accounts ,for the 4 West 224 Street New York Cit/

Quarantines at Mobile' Register of Thursdayhad one may be accepted as a balance lot giant trees of, California. The SpanIards -
the other, and no bones need be two centuries ago pushed their
Point <
drainage scheme: to know what the people think than eave the clearing of paths through the D. BALE WILSON 6 CO.
'A recent issue of the' Havana, I' The Eev-erglades drainage schemeof what the parties to this controversy dense forests, not a twig did their axes

: 'Cuba,' Post, contained the following the governor of Florida is meeting ; think of each other, and there Is opportunity chop down. Nor do the Spaniards

relative to quarantine matters; I I with criticism in his own state. The for an appeal-why' not have transplanted to the new world ever REAL ESTATE,

Qurantine Kill be upon us within Jacksonville Pensacola papers are it? destroy timber; They continue to build
CL few dajs. There is no getting opposed 'to it on the. ground of the The State hasa certain sum of their houses of stone and mortar, at RENTS AND LOANSWe
enormous cost without practical at its disposal-the
around this fact, much as -we would bonet. money governor
of and
like to do so. The order has Nearly $50,000 has been expended thinks this ,should be spent.: Accept great expense money physical
gone bargains
exertion when timber in abundance have the following special
for machinery and lumber for ing the doctrine that good money j
out and no good will come of sulking
The thing to do now is to make the dredges and the total sales of land In should not lie idle while we work. the surrounds them out of which they In very desirable. real estate for
; to how'shall it? could construct log houses as did other a few days only.
best of the present 'circumstances.)11903, according the trustees of the question arises we spent '

:With, the putting on of the quarantine .' Internal improvement funtf, only The governor thinks it should be in pioneers, at .a: minimum of cost and I / SPECIAL BARGAINS.

there will be no more getting into brought In $867.34. The expense sofa vested in drainage, and he has already labor. The Spaniard does not even fell 2 lots In block 170 New City SOilW

; the United States under the 'present Is considered to ha only a drop put a goodly sum in'mud of trees for firewood, but picks up dead 'I / / feet, on car line .. .. .. .. .. ftCO.
: arrangements except by New in the ,bucket and, in obtaining an (problematic value, while the state limbs as they' fall to the ground or Z lots, corner 16th ave and Gads

York. But can we not remedy this injunction against the collection of press is practically unanimous in pulls them from the trees with his den: 'street .. .. .. .. .. .. .. $1,00000
condition? For instance, the United the epecial drainage tax, Florida citizens thinking it it must be spent it could lariat-London Express. Beyond the Power of Man. 5 lots fronting Toledo square In \e'l

i States allows people coming from have made affidavits that the more profitably take the shape ot G&J7boye-Men are no good eh? Wasn'tit City. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. S1.0QOM:
:Belize, Honduras, to go into quarantine land is of comparatively little value good roads or schools. Now let the .. man that made us smokeless powder. Ambignoes.Mrs. One 5-room house with bath an!
at that end of the line, the necessary when placed .against the cost of reclamation -people decide which Is wiser the The Victoria Cress.The horseless carriages and wireless telegraphy Prudente-Miranda, listen to me. U sewer connection, gas in every room
time before sailing and the passengers and that owing to the char press or the governor. If we ha.cthe intrinsic value of the Victoria cbS I only catch young Mashley kissing yen nico neighborhood! If taken atsnce

have an unmolested entrance acter of the slush land only a portion money shall we have a sjs.'emof cross, the most highly prized decora- of Mrs.man dayboye If he'd-make Yes,.and you I'd smoke think less more tobacco once Miranda be'11-get Don't a piece worry of, my rna.mind I'll give! him .. .. .. . .. .$1.450.00'houses
The for could be used for agriculture. highways' or some millions of acres tion in army and navy Is, about 1% block 17 West Kiel:
into the United States. thing drink less wine and spend less a piece' of my mind If I only catch Mill B in ,
_*, Cuba to do is to use every endeavor in mud for ten years? pence. It -was Instituted by royal -.t- n.- jne ocsei Truct. renting $30.00 per month VTiJ

; to-bring about the same method bete tflH: We have our doubts as to whether warrant on Jan. 29, 1856, as a rewardof lend 12,00000 of necessary: .. $Zt u tu.UII: !
I It Is something which0 may not the Everglades can ever .'b? made into gallantry of all ranks, and the first All ofthese propositions are bargains

'be able to bring about' In a cay, or a anything more valuable than water, presentation (of sixty-two crosses) was A Dena-alr Peculiarity. How to Boll Water. add will be held open for a wcays
VOXPOPULI but suppose we accept the governor'.. A doctor remarks "What strikes one boll water would to be
"""week or a month or several months made by the late Queen Victoria In per- : To seem avery only
perhaps, but if it is worked success opinion that ten million collars would son on Friday, June 26. 1857. It is In most at a Bengal hospital is the lack of simple thing, and yet the late Excellent! warehouse location en

J! fwlly with Honduras why would it HH H H give us a large acreage of, land; what the shape of a Maltese cross and is sense of proportion in the estimation Charles Delmonico used to say that railroad track very cheap.
then? of itself, returns no luna-
not also be 'successful and satisfactory. Land'- mile. of road would made to this day out of metal from old of diseases. man is gravely perturbed very few people knew how to do it. Good 8 per ctat mortgages on
In Cuba. .The United States maintains WHO IS TO BLAME FOR ... revenue every Russian at Sevastopol because he has not sneezed for "The secret Is," he said "In putting Best kind of Investments.
put increased values on the tax books cannon captured vacant
'i one or more marine hospital service STREET CAR ACCIDENTS and multiply the ability of ths rural -St James' Gazette. three months, but he is comparatively! good fresh water Into a clean kettle already Property In all parts of city sale.,
all the time .:- wanted and for
here
doctors anyway
or Improved
Which Indifferent to the fact that he exhibits quite warm and setting the wa.
districts to pay' taxes. is
and they could be In charge of this 1 30 S. Palafox St.
Editor Pensacola Journal what have let I the early signs of leprosy. ter to boiling quickly and then takingIt
quarantine station. We suggest that : wiser, to improve we or Snow' at m Halfpenny a Pound. Phone 234.
S the American Club continue its goo.) I see by a late Journal that Pensa needed Improvementswait while we; Snow is sold in the north of Sicily I right off for use in tea, coffee or

i nork, nith this idea !I* view. cola and the street car company have put money in mora 'unimproved land?I where it fetches about a halfpenny a fl..tle Folly. other drinks before it Is spoiled. To let

.. of the plan suggestedby another life to account for, becausewe The press of the whole south have pound. It a.government monopoly, "You'd never think KJones was from It steam and simmer and evaporate until -
The adoption and
lect city officers that will not or been advising the people to practice I and the prince of Palermo derives the the country would you? His manner the'good'water in the atmosphereand Pensacola, St. Andrews
the Past 'would result in great convenience can not do their duty. intensive farming-was it wrong? U perfect: and his dress fashionable." the lime and Iron and dregs only
L to travelers from. Cuba to The killing of the We have even heard that "ten acres I greater part of his Income from It. The I CO.
Caro's
baby was which the "Yes, but he gave himself dead awayon left in the kettle Is what makes a great Gulf Steamship
is gathered on mountains
caused by of Florida land was enough for the snow
ignorance
"
the, United States and there can be or carelessnessof '
the street car today. people sick ,and It Is than
the street average famItY"-1WaB this wrong?! in felt covered baskets, is,widelybought many worse TARPONW.
car !
to it with reference company and the STEAMER
objection
BO more "How?
no water at alL" For water boiled like
;, to Cuba than there is with refer Good looks and dollars saved at I land, however good, that we don't I purposes.-L ndon Tit Bits. "Got up ad gave his seat to a woman. this and flavored with a few drops of CL 3ARROW. Master.

: ence Honduras., ., the expense ,of life; ,a life crushedout need? Which! Is right, the governor or; ."-Cleveland Leader. lemon juice Mr. Delmonico used to FffiST-CLiASa PASSENGER: AMFREIGHT >

i Provided a foreign quarantine station that need not have ,been. only It'' the state press? la Bad Way. I charge as much,as (or:his best liquors SERVICE

is far enough from an Infect woul.have'cost a few dollars. 'I' "I fear that my husband will break Little TMCB of Life. and be often recommended it to his
:Any mechanic ...' It Is while are patiently tolling at customers and friends who -D.twitd-
port to prevent Infection of obtained could have made and lehlle. Lack. down! He U suffering from brain exhaustion you ,complainedof
,it put% on that :car a fender that would It is told of Schli ann. the exhumer the little tasks of life that the meaningand loss of appetite. It Is worth trying. PENSACOLA. MOBILE. APALACH
travelers at such station. their dettion have saved the life of the baby. I shape of the great whole of life -Good Living, -
of
Any buried cities of the ancient world "How dreadful! What are his symptoms COLA CARRABELLE. ST. ANDREWS -
at the point of embarkation i" man ;with. any, brains knows, if heever i that he was pursued by III luck In his ?" dawns upon you. It is while ;yon are ( MILLVILLE.

;. far more desirable than at the,port of saw the fenders on the cars of I earlier undertakings. Mentioning the "He latterly keeps repeating himselfin resisting little temptations that you are .
Pensacola
entry Into the United States. none.SOme. that they were 'Worse than fact to a friend,the''latter asked him his excuses for coming home late' growing stronger.-Phillips Brooks. i And all points on St. Andrews Bay

which leg and he first.Inserted in Political' Announcements.For Carrabella and Apalac.hlcola.SCHEDULE .
arm
one' Is from the club,dear! .
r guilty. The of
counter people
The G. O. P. pie at Washington Pensacola trousers and coat. Schliemann said Her Attraction.
should find
out who. It i bandar. 8.30 >
i I is doing considerable business, was.fletthe:motorman. It Is the busl he habitually Inserted the right. "ThatIs Why; He La..aed.Jenks Jim-How did you fall in love with ), Leave Mobile Penucola Ala

_ notwithstanding, it is lent ness,ot the ,street car company to fix i the cause of your misfortunes" said -Why on earth did you laugh her? Is she pretty or is she rich? Tax Collector m.Leave. for Pensacola Tuesday. 8:JO P.

their-cars so that life will not be; his friend. "You have offended the >o heartily at that ancient jest of Bo- Jack-Both; she's pretty rich.-Pitts- for SU Andrews. MlllvUle, Aj*

An exchange says that Limberger taken; of the city omcers to see that left hand fairies and they take out rem's? Wise-In self defense., JenksIn burg Gazette.A I hereby announce myself a candidate 1a m.'4lco1a. Carrabelle and intrmedi

cheese will cure smallpox.. We'll take they do and of the people that they i their.vengeance .on you. Reverse your self defense*, Wise-Yes; If I for re-election to the office of p0it.
elect officers that will do their duty. said wise man once said that when Tax Collector for Escambia county, additional Information apply u
"And
the smallpox for ours,, habit and see. Schlie hadn't laughed so. he would have repeated very For
Politeness is' but I at the primary to be held on May 15. J. R. SAUNDERS.
alright when it
mann in telling the Incident In his later the thing, thinking I hadnt be began to feel too Important begot a
,John D. should be prevailed upon causes*us to. whitewash crime then We, and prosperous years. "you see how it seen the point-Kansas CUyJIndependJt. map of the universe and tried to find 1906. I solicit your- vote.' E. R. COBB Pnaldut.
should not 1 .. and Pass. Aft.
>e so )olite. If th( people .. Respectfully, Gen. Frt.
> It.
to stay lost. and the council ,had :put as much ,Changed my luck. himself on J.'S.: ROBEIlTS. Feasacols Zla ./

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THE PENSACOLA JO'URN'ALFRIO.AY MORNING MARCH 16. 19'06'

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E- WEEKLY REVIEW'' INTERESTING LETTER E MillON' .1 I -1 ,


WRITTEN ByANOTABLE WOMAN '
Over
Half a Million
Old '
Mrs. Sarah Kellogg of Denver. Color
OF SOUTHERN Bearer of the Woman's Belief Corps.
Benda Thank*to Mrs.Ptnkha Special to The Journal.' SATISFIED CUSTOMERSDo

Milton. Mar 15. Tuesday morning
The at 1 o'clock you think such an enormous business could be built op and
a two
following
i story dwelling
on
: letter was written continually increased if our goods did not have exceptional value and merit?
s. Quaker .INDUSTRIES .. by Mrs. Kellogg I Conecuh street owned by G. A. Doyor. think we could hold the trade of half a million people if our
: of 1628 Lincoln I Creary and known as the old Fisher reputation for doing exactly what we say wasn't firmly established?
: Ave.. Denver I house was destroyed by fire. The Do you think U. S. Senators Foreign Ambassadors. Bankers. Businessand

CoL.toldrs.Pinkham.Lynn.Mass. house had been vacated th day be- Professional men in every section of this country would keep on usingHAYNER -
WHISKEY if it wasn't all right?
New Corporations Formed in Dixie Dear lira.PmVham.:: fore and the cause of the fire is un Do you think doctors would recommend it and hospitals use it, if itwasn.t

Rye ':: "For five years I known. It was one of Milton's oldest absolutely pure and unadulterated?

) Land During the Week( \ wutroubledwitha landmarks., having been built 50 or 60 Just think these things over carefully and then send us a trial order.
.". ,.a tumor Wch kept years ago. j Your money back if you are not satisfied.

Just Passed. NI's r AKelgrowingcaU&intense agony lgme and The concert given at K. of P. hall United State Senate.Washington D.C.

great mental depression: I was unable to attend last"Friday .night-)" Pensacolians for "I have found Hayner Whiskey exceptionally fine for table and medicinal purposes." I
:. I Rich and mellow with to my house work and life became a burden the benefit of the Presbyterian church U'...M.Si wt.
: age Chattanooga Tenn., Mar. 15.The tome. J was confined for days to my bed, at Bagdad! was well, attended and U.S. Senator from Nevada.HAYNER .
industrial growth of the south presents lost. my appetite,my courage and all hope. greatly enjoyed and appreciated by:
is 'I could not bear to think of an operation
I delightfully stimulating a feature of diversity which is and In my distress I tried every remedy blchI our people and was. a.*success n-t
hardly found in any other section of thought would be of any use to me, and cially. WHISKEY
and the country due very largely to the reading of the value of Lydia. E. Pmkbam's ''Mr. H. Otis died at his home in
smooth. fact that the natural resources are Vegetable Compound to sick women,dect.ledtogiveitatriaL Mulat Tuesday of consumption and I
.er I felt BO discouraged that I
of strenuous was interred in the Milton cemetery
. just development.entering upon In every an era: southern state had feel little better hope after of recovery the second;and week when, thoughtIt I beganto !Wednesday: afternoon. The funeral FULL $3 .20 EXPRESS

\ Tell the dealer send there is a constant influx of money only meant temporary relief; but to my I services were conducted by Rev. Mr. 4
to 4 and labor. seeking virgin fields and great surprise I found that I kept gaining Abbott pastor of the Presbyterian -
I the natural result Is that a greater while the tumor lessened in size. church here. QUARTS O PREPAID
\ is "The Compound continued to build up my Mr. A. J. Adams, a former prominent -
material bein's
of of finIshed
. you a case it today. Jz1 variety general health and the tumor seemed to be citizen of Orlando
Bagdad but of
. now -
made in these states' from their own absorbed, until, in seven months, the tumor is OUR OFFER We wm send you Ia a plain sealed case with DO
. Phone IG. Lewis Bear & Co., natural products, "than ever before. was entirely gone and I well woman. I am circulating among friends marks to show contents. FOUR FULL QUART
WftM 404-408 Palafax St. and 2-10 Main St. The Tradesman gives out a list of the so thankful for my recovery that I ask you here. Mr. Aioiams:! Isin t splendid, BOTTLES OP HAYNER PRIVATE STOCK RYE FOR $120. and we ,
new industries established in the to publish my letter in newspapers, so other health and attributes his Improvement! will pay the express charges. Take it home and sample it.have your doctor Jj
Pensacola Fla. 3 women may know of the wonderful curative to hig recent stay of several months, test it-every bottle if you wish. Then if you don't find it just as we say rand
south, during the week endng: today. "powers of Lydia E. Pmkham's Vegetable In Mexico where he says the climates perfectly s'tt1.factory.shipitba.k to us AT OUR EXPENSE and your
from which much information can be Compound.* 13.20 will be promptly refunded Bow could any offer be fairer You A- 4
.._ salubrious and invieoratiner.
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-- Th:1- don't risk
gleaned by the careful reader. A num a cent.
When women are troubled with irreg'nlar Mr. MIt Rabbr a prominent lawyerof
bar notably heavy investments will! or painful periods, weakness, displacement .. Brewton business visitor Orders for Ariz..Cat.CoL. Idaho.MOI1t.Ney..N.Mn..Ore..Utah.Waah.. > '
a.- ___ ,____ _______ be oIbserved, particularly in the linesof or ulceration of the female was a or Wyo..must be on the basis of 4 Quarts for IM.OO by Expres Prepaid :
,. here Tuesday.Dr. or *tt quarts for ttliJtO,by artightrepasd.. fi""nS'I'QQ
.
'mineral and t-mber: development.The organs that bearing-down feeling, Inflammation McKinnon made a flying visit
De Rtiyter ( Holland ) Gin Tradesman's' list for the week backache flatulence, gen .to: Mobite Monday. Write our nearest office and do It NOW. ,
follows: eral debility, indigestion or nervous -
Mrs. P; G. 'Caro and children ofT
;;z Alabama. prostration. they should remember THE HAYNER DISTILLING COMPANY r '1
I nsacola who have been the gues'ts ..
t. tAnnistpn- ice fac-.. there is one tried and true remedy --..
,_ Mining company; '
; : of Mrs Caro'a sister Mrs. E. L. Mc- Atlanta Oa. Dayton 0. St. Louis Ma .St. PaulMIaa.
)r ........................ tory.: Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Daniel 'for several days, returnedhome
... .......................... (Birmingham- -$25,000( coal mining at once removes such troubles II to-day. 403 Dismu&T.TEOT. O. ESTIBLUHID 18C8.

;0:: DAVID BERG'S CELEBRATED"i.i.If. i. company; lumber company; land company No other medicine in the world has R. A. Bonifay. of MeJvidvas in
; $100,000.lumer company, received such widespread and unqualified town Tuesday..
.> ; : ::3IIttr : : 14EA.rei: : Guntersville--5100,000 land and development endorsement. No other medicine Mrs. W.. A. ,McLeod who has been

7: f : company. t has such a record of cures of female suffering for several years with an affecteji -
. Faunsdale-$200,000 land company. ills. thumb acted the adviceof
upon
Are fresh and of the most delicious flavor If
you i Opelika-Gas plant. Mr .Pinkham Invites all sick women her physician. Dr. McKinnon and
have not already: tried. them by all let v
send means us Sluntsville-Canning factory. to write her for advice. She daughter- submitted to an operation last week.
c you some. Boaz-Planing mill; machine shop; in-law of Lydia E. Pinkham and for ,Part of the nail and a tumor which A PASSPORTTO

. .} Kosher Ring and Thick Sausage .. ...'. .. .. .. .. .........15c : grist mill. twenty-five years under her directionand had formed at the root of the nail,
t; Weiner and Knack Sausage... .... .... .... .. .., .... ......15e Portland-$8,000; lumber company. since her decease has been were taken out. The 'WOund is now
Kosher Corned Beef, selected..... .... .... .... .... .... 20c Alabama-,$10,000 milling company. advising sick women, free of charge. healing and it is hoped that the
t Kosher, Smoked Beef, selected. .... .... .... .... ... ..... 25c i Tuscumbla-Canning factory; oil She has guided thousands to health. thumb will soon 'be well and give no

Kosher Tongues, exceptionally :fine.. .M .. .... .. .............25c mill and ice factory (projected. ). Address, Lynn, Mass. more trouble.!. .
: Kosher Flat. In 10-lb. ,'buckets..... .. .. .. .... .. .........15c Arkansas. Remember that it is Lydia E. Pink- ,Evangelist Kegel commenced a series -
' Special: Blueberries,, Raspberries, Strawberries and Blackberries. Heber-$10,000 farm gate factory. ham's Vegetable Compound that la cur- of meetings here Saturday night, PROSPERITY
: 25 cents can or $2.50 a dozen. i Osceola-$50,000 lumber company. ingwomen,and don allow ydrorgist In K. of P. hall. The meetings are .
Prairie Grove-$25,000 oil and gas to sell you anything else in its place. UDt as well attended as they shouldbe
t :: 14 W Garden Popular company. but it is 'hoped that much good I
LAZ JACOBYThe .
t Phone 183 I Grocer. : Hot Springs-$23,000 oil and' 'gas I will be accomplished.Mr. .

:.................................................... company.Greenw. Ripley Telephone system. Brown. Forrest Shoe D.Co.High, of,St.representingthe Louis, en- is a passbook to a savings! account. Have you got
ay-$15,000 cotton mill. Guthrie-$150,000 cotton milL -
:. .. tertained an immense crowd on Willing one?
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Pins Bluff-$25.000 brick works. 'Pawnee-$100,000 '
mining company.
street Tues ay night with an illustrated Every man woman and child should have a saYIngs -
e Maberry-'Distillery. Oklahoma City-$8,000 manufacturing -
L. HALL & CO. Florida. company; $10,000 lumber com lecture and moving pictures bank account. which should be kept 'growing
Brown and his dog TIge.
of Buster
, WILL SELL FOR SIXTY DAYS .. Ocala-Artificial stone works. pany. Wm. Davison, Jr., is building a new DO matter how slowly. :Money on deposit Is a satisfaction -
, Jacksonville-$100,000 naval stores'. South Carolina. residence which he will occupy when everyday of one's life-an interest earning

:. FOUR FULL QUARTS company. Klnstree-' $10.000 supply company; completed. asset, and an ever-ready 'help in time of adversity. .
'Lake Cit}- 100,000 cotton mill. $10.000 ice factory;,
turpentine man
= ...OF... Georgia. GreenvUle-$5OOO' land company. from Mr. Georgia R. Wjche.has: a rented the Milton A dollar opens- the account. Four per cent- interest
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.lUan25,000 manufacturing Anderson-Cotton gin. his paid.FIRST.
moved
home of John Stewart and
THE CROWN OF BALTIMORE' PURE RYE WHIKEY. company; 'Seneca-Ice factory. family here;'
Macofl::-$10,000 construction com Greenville-$500,000 lumber com !aiessrs.EcL: Arthur and W. tf. Williams -

FOR $3.SO. pany. pany. _. Jr., left Tuesday morning for
Carrollton-$10,000 overall factory. Charleston-$10,000 lectric'supply Palatka to attend the Knights of

Other brands: at rock-bottom prices. You get your Indian Territory.works. company; $200,000 building and loan ipythlas convention. Mrs. Williamsand .NATIONAL BANK
Davis--$2o,000 water company. r'ij- little son Ellis, accompanied Mr.
goods the same day ,order is received. Give us a trial Tulsa-$50.000 well. tool and' machine GeoVgetown-$250,000 water works. Williams as for as Marianna where ,

. order. B. L. HALL &, CO., Quincy, Fla. company. Tennessee. they will be the.guests of :Miss Lizzie OF PENSACOLA.: FLA.
M.ariettaOoo water works. Nashville-$5.000 cigar factory; $30.- Golson. until he,returns.Mr. .

asaw-$12.00Q ice and cold : 000 phosphate company; $35,000 Hamp Whitley and wife, of W. H.KJCOWXBB.' Pres. W.K.HTB..JR..V..PrfI'L and Cashier.
--J--- --- storage ,company. foundry and macblne.shops.Chattanootgai0,000 .Mason .Ala, are, visiting relatives T.W. BREXT and W.N.RoBERTH. Ant.Caahier
DIBBCTOBS: -F. O. Brent. W. A. Blount. W. H. Knowles. W. K. Hjer Jr..
Kentucky. : development here. D. U. Brent.
Cloverport-Electric light plant : company; 60.000 brick and tile Rev. J. W. Killough, agent of the
: SAROMA PREPARED- PAINT Barbourille' oal mines (near), : works; '$50.000'milling company. board of Trustees of Homes for Supcranuated -

Hopkins,'ille-Tobacco factory. I Sweelwater $10,000 chemical Preachers of the Alabama
Louisiana. works. Methodist Conference was here this
This is a low-cosf ready-prepared Paint for painting
Alexandria-$100,000 lumber company I Kenton$ O.OOO implement works. I week the guest of Rev. W. T. Ellisor.
cottages bars roofs, etc. Painting greatly lengthens
.Miftonlans who attended the Chau-
the life of buildings besides much Its ; saw mill. Memphis 420,000 power plant; $50- I N.. 43. I
adding; so to ap were delighfully entertained _
Lees Creek-$10,000 lumber mills. I 000, lumber company; grain elevator. tauqua Saturday
:pearance. Ajax-Saw mill. Knoxville $10,000 construction but the trip home on a C.VT.LAMAIt, President.U. JOHN PFCIf FEB. Assistant Cashltr.' '
ONE DOLLAR A New Orleans-$30,000::; lumber company company. train overcrowded with a disagreeable C.Ct.RkT1tsPreiWeMud Cashfer. J.W.ANDREWS.: AssiitMt Cashier.
:' GALLON. ; $50.000 sand and gravel company Jackson $ *O'land company. motly crew, was extrttnely unpleasant. '
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). Saunders Mill Company, 'f.ansfield-$30,000; shop.$5,000 contracting foundry company- and machine '.!Dallas Harriman-Broom-$10.000 Texas.development factory. company business.Mr.. D.here M. McDavidwho now visited home is doing folksat THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK,


Phone 717. 21 East Carden Street Monroe-$1,000,000 silk mill, ; $10,000 cement stone works. Chumuckla Sunday. Of PtNSHCOLA. FLA.

Lorin'g-Saw mill.ers$2.O0 Elmendorf-$20,000 pottery. DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES.
--- Al. : gas plant.Mississippi. (Georgetown-<$100,000' water light HICKS' DESIGNATED

S -- --- -----_.___. .' and power company. CAPITAL STOCK, 200000. SURPLUS, J60.0M.
Como-$75,000 cotton compress. Rusk- Saw and planing mill. CAPUDINE

1" Order o'U.r iBiloxi-$25,000 fish oil plant.- Beaumont Saw mill; silk mill; saw I L IMMEDIATELY CURES DIRECTORS. 0

or agee-$30OOO lumber' company.Culfport .,' mill (near). 2J.1 'r liEADACHES8reaMupCOLDS Frank Reilly. F. E. Brawner.
WOOD Henry L. Covtngton
ICE COAL and factory. Shiner and mill
-Cigar -$25,000 gin com
C.Y:.
J. M. Pfeiffer W. S. Rosasco, Limar
I Sardis-Electrc: light plant; ..pany.. J. R.
from: tla.Consumers' > 156T0$2110UP,5r.w Bryan Dunwody.' T. F. McGourln, Sounders
Pascagoula-Saw mill and lumber Gorman-Electric:: light' plant'
W. ".Milton 0. E. Miura.Mihenzlc .
Ice and Fuel Company. koi We. Al Dna IMICOfFEE' A. M- Avery
31 1 plant. I,1- Mineral Wells-$10,000 brick! works. W. U CavUhon. Dr. W. J. Hannah Ocrtlag
00 Phone 259. Scranton--Telephone s}stem.- Big Spr'ngs! -$30,000 ice factory.
j Office-Corner Chfte and Tarragona II 'I Alex McGowin C. M. Covlngton M. E. Clerk.
1S .-w-- Missouri.. I Austin-$10,000 manufacturing: com i
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.)() Columbus-$100,000 zinc company ,pany. Accounts of(Banks, l Individuals,Corporations Firms Solicited.
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'VI --- - --' St. Louis-$100,000 development Kerens-Oil company. '
00 I company; $50,000 building company; Fort Worth-$10,000 supply company Four per cent Interest Paid on Tima Deposits.

Ei $50,000 min'ng company; $30,000 wire ; $20,000 wood preserving plant.: "
a, f1 McDAVID p DeFUNIAK J company; $6,000 distillery; $200COO Lanrnla- $30,000 light 'and water -- -
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$10,000 build.
development company; company.
00 trunk works. ''We are ,the Pioneer .......e..o..t'++ 4.4"' '''''..4''.'''''''4ss444
_ _ Ing company; $27,000 factory |I Gorman-Water Cashier. "
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;ai11 -- Alba-iStamp mi1!. I ICartelvine t San Anton'$30,000 gas electric Coffee Roasters of j"S.. REESE, President E.

Soecial to The Journal. Special to The .Journal -100-ton stamp mill and power company; $200,000 round; : It. M. CART. Vlce-Pretident. J'

LJ'o 00 'ft"Dnid> Mar. 15.-Everybody iarmtel De1''uniak Mar. jg.-Q Qy. Broward Wetb: City-$ ":OOO mining and ,millIng bale gin companr West Florida.McHUGH'S i THE PEOPLE BANK OF PENSACOLA.
: to attend services at McDavidt'x will be in DeFuniak !Saturday. He company; ore m'll. *- Virginia.Richlandl0.000 .
rff Sunday at 2 p. m. conducted by will address the Shorthorn Associa- Excelsior Springs $29,000!) storage, : ice factory; coal z Directors-t, J. R'evss, J. S. Reese, W. CeC. Kessler R. M. Gary
ft' Williams of Birmingham. Ala. tion at the court house at 11 a. m company. mining ecmpany.Ioaupke$150,000. i W. D'Alemberte, T. A. Jennings J. J. Hooton. i

D !I..JTlle Ruby Bowman celebrated her and at 3 p. m. will speak at. the Chau- l11n.o-l2,400': land company I: brick and lumber BLENDShavenocqual. .; TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING RESPECTFULLY BUSINESS. SOLICITED.
YOUR ACCOUNT IS .
:d. third birthday Tuesday. Quite a num- tauqna. Joplin-$100,000) mining company.: ,J company. ................................... ........ .... ..
twr there was a meet $10,000 brick works.
of her small friends spent the day :Last Saturday North Carolina. Chrlstlanburg- I
nt th her, indulging in childish games ing on behalf of the Southern Cotton MooresvIHe-$10,000 electric light Herndon-$20 000 cann'ng' factory. A trial I --- :
nd partaking of the refreshments pro Association. Judge Campbell ''Was plant. Richmond$ OOOO chemical fac.

Pd: by her mother. ejected 'chairman., After an InterestIng Wendell- Wr Tom Bowman has returned 'to address from the Hon. Harvie mill; sash, door and: blind factory; Norfolk-$50,00 land C01I' any; that R.IL bC8HUFt.UCAsm!'= MANSFIELD MORKNO, hs.CA5Ifl5ft

r usacola: after spending a few days Jordan of Georgia a branch of the $25,000 lumber company. r- $100000 lurn'ber company; $10,000 noisseur we Citizens National Bank

. '-Ilb! his parents here. Association was formed with between Wilmington-$10,009 lumber. com: bottling works. make no extravagant
We regret to hear that Mr. Wiley 40 and 50 members. _, pany. Waver-$50,000 planinsr milL of Pfntvolft, florida.OSCECIOP3. .
I d B.> man is very sick and hs! parents On Wednesday :Mrs. T. Batons gavea Asheville-Veneer'nj' : p'ant. Wytheville:>UUng works. claims. : .
1\\.. been: called to .his bedside I I dinner in honor of Mrs. Mathews of Rockingham.$200,000 cctton mill. Lexington-Ice factory f Gco. W. Wrlcbt. )[orri.Bear. T.E.Welle. nix U &b1J111I1D. L, Hilton flre.A ..:

Miss Minnie Brewton entertains a I I5uber Indianapolis:: Ind.; who is visitingher Concord-Braid factory. ** Wert Virginia. I GtNtaAL BAVKI/VC/ BUSIJVfSS TRANSACTED
of young people at the home mother; :Mrs. Woodlngton. There Cooleemee-$10OOJ! cotton mill. Keysr-.$10.000 construction cornI Wholesale' and Retail I -

'I ()' her parents last Saturday night were 14 present.Mrs. Asheville- $10,000 foundry''and'',machine :I pany. ..
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of Chicago. and : oil and -- -
'.*' Norman Hall shop. ; j West Union-$24000 gas i-- _-- ---
t'me-r\one present reports a pleasant Mrs. Geo. iletcalf, of Janesville.Vls... Selma$ 5.0(1) knitting mill. i: rornps y. 'G ROCERSan4 -

,D A. large crowd gathered at the are visiting with their father. Mr. J. Greensboro-$5,000: lumber ,< npany. HllnUnl'ton-$2 stone works: --=- -11.- J.IJ. ....... '
M.Carr. OO:
Home T. Sherman.Mr. 'I Sro, AOl iron working plant .Jt. ,...-..
of Mr. R. J. Bowman Tuesday all kinds of Feed rr." -
Luther Menderhall. of coal and land
B'ffto' and Mrs. I Favette--$300000 : 1\'laolaaJe\ and BcUil Deal.r&.
Wash'ngton-Cann1ug
M factqry.;
witness the sllgjhtcf-hand ,
15ho'th j Duluth finn, who have been spendIng Aurora-$50.000 lumber' I''(' !pa ny. s Stuffs.Pluto Domestic Anthracite
a traveling There cQmp ny. 1 Steam
*' man. the winter In Cuba. sjnt a fen ?! 9J18nt. -$25.000 developmentcnmwinT'f COAL
.l. ere. amusements for both young ando days with Dr. and Mrs. H. W. Thoma Oklahoma. ." 1\ OQn) lim'tap company! and Blacksmith
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drp Punch and Judy pleasing the chI} on their way home. Perry-.Q-il company.Hobart .J t .PV1 lMI-1 .!s; ont n>arbla works. Office-Xo. 43 South ,Palafox street. Telephone 93.
her most of anything. :After a num- Mr. A. Lynn Free, of Pawpaw, -$200.000 oil and gas com-. rh '*ter-fioofto( hardware' company WaterWholesale cornerTarragona and Gonzalez streets. Phones 6 and 172SHINGLES
"f other features the ascension of Mich., has been spending a few days pany. .,Hftisawav-$25.000/ lumber com Yen! J-------- -
Bpr A' Streeter-Land t
'1. large baloon was a pleasant with Dr. E.: C. Thompson. company. panv.Moundsvillf.
Fight to those present. After the 'Malcolm Bruce and Y. C. Green iMcLoud-$10.000 cotton gin, ; ; ,, --*10 000 laundnr.
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I-'no. was over the crowd was tender were Initiated in tits' third degree 01 Tonkawa-$25,000 Investment.. company -, Cbarh>'tnn-$12.000 saw mill: $50.. and! Retail.
p. t'd some very fine tausic Odd-fellow ship Tuesday. ; 000 coal mining company; 5.000 him- ;
Re' J. of Texhoma Telephone company: -
T. Filllngim! addressed a After dinner Wefatiesday party br comosny!
p.. 11arg. congregation at Ray's chapel twelve took a trip on. the DeFuniak ''Mulhall-IOOOO! hardware cow-: : Mal"tlnburg-$5OOO development WINDOW GLASS.
1 Sunday and Northern Railroad: and had a pany. -. ., cowpsnv New Orleans. Grocery Co. SASH DOORS,
c. Ur O Hall Of Wiggins, called on good time despite the rain. Enid-Telephone system. RrIdvet51O,000 planing milL
his dal1ghter. Mrs. I. c. Bowman last Kinsflsher-$100,000 oil and ..gas. S' S..lem-.UOOO oil and gasi com BUILDING' MATERIAL.

It.o J turday.II''- It. J. Brewton was a pleasant I eczema Stops itching salt rheum Instantly.tetter.Cures Itch. hives piles, company Ponca City-$10,000 tent and-' -:**Wa'- 'panr.Franklin_ -$50.000 oil and gas com Jas. McHugh Phone t. : H... G. DcSILVAS. CO. {

caller In Cottage Hill) a few days. : herpes scabies-Doan's: Ointment. At tog factory. ,.pan). 105. Proprietor.
Eti! any drug store. Gage-123-barreI flouring mill. 'Parkersburg Coal mining company. Phone





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I,. PACE SIX: THE PEN 8 .CO ''L A- .JOURNAL:, FRIDAY .MORNING I .MARC-H, G, '. .,,_- ...... .


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rgaatssttnttncssKacsxgxgxgxtacsxt: I'R BEULAHBeulah : IJ!'I MArried 'Every shapely woman, pretty: figure covets.and a

PEOPLE and EVENTS: many; of them deplorethe

:Mar. 15.-School meetln.1 I after loss marriage.of their i girlish The forms:

was held last, Saturday bearing

Seen Heard and Done Those Who- Go Come 1 Mr. Albert: Garrett- was elected to fill W 01 men 'of children is often' destructive
Among and the position of director for another to the ther s shapelir..

term; which is a practical endorsement All of this can be avoided

| I Tarry *g Women and Society :Here' and Elsewhere. and approval by neighbors and however. by the use of Mother's" Friend before baby: comes, as this,
I friends_6f.his official acts in' that capacity -
I the for the strain
,for' the last three, years. Mrs. great liniment always prepares body ,upon it, and
Il the of her form. Mother's Friend
Annie Bowman, who has been our F preserves symmetry overcomes all the
\ g By C. NELLIE BECK. Telephone, 669. : l teacher for a" number of terms' was F danger child-birth, and carries the expectant mother safely through

I : endorsed ''by a rising vote, and requested -I this critical period without pain. It is woman's greatest; blessing

@) ., to ;accept the school for the Thousands gratefully tell of the benefit and relief derived from tto

,. all she will
-- next.term which we hope use of this wonderful

ARTIST COLTMAN OF OHIO 7he-Journal's Fashion Feature What kind of Oxfords are those we do. ands remedy. Sold by all
Daily
ON A SKETCHING TOUR, :: Pr C., Dawlrins, Arthur Spare Mother's
GUEST OF MR. AND MRS. BEARD. are featuring in "our window! ? me'other .have been "wrestling with ffisrsfmE
severe the prevailing and In.
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.cases of
:I 'Mr. and Mrs. Ora Coltman. of Cleve "KEITH'S KONQUERORS: ," to be
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fernal attended by a mild formof
: grippe, book telling all about
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land. 0., are in the city guests of
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1I sure. WORTH,showing.. ,Better worth profanity.. will be free. .
liniment sent
Air and Mrs. John Beard on the Bajshore. this ,
$ buying and wearing. ". Mr WaIter ,Bowman was quite sick I, r,end
last week with cold and a slight hem n.
4 Mr. Coltman is on a sketching Bratffold, Regulator! Co., Atlanta, Ga.
FOR MEN, but is a great
tour and the friends of Mr. and Mrs. orrhage 'of the lungs
'k Beard have been enjoying a peep atcome I I deal better:at this: writing
of the artist's gems since his For Men, .$3.SO.and $4. '!trs. James.Snowden has been quite I : 1l- "" ?* ****MMf-*..1t"i
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arrival on Tuesday. Now Mr. Colt' sick,'f r 'a few days but her friends
man has kindly consented to display 9' Styles. will, be pleased to know that she isgetting DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY fI f

;; home of his sketches made in Canada, : //'q( : II <- better now. I CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES, BRONZ3E I
t Paris and other interesting ana1! picturesque Mrs. Eliza Busby, who has not been
points in Europe and America feeling well for a long time Was in t STERLING SILVERWARE, I

for the few remaining days he will MEYER SHOE COMPANY the city one day l last week to consulta
1 1't be here, and pilgrimages to the home payslcian.! We hope she w.li; soon i' ART POTTERY, OPTICAL GOODS, f

of Mr. and Mrs.f Beard will be the Feet Furnishers' For Fo1k '. be restored to her usual good health. S CUT GLASSWARE. J
k thing for art lovers for the coming Mr. Bedsole and Mr. Young ofHeadiy .

week, or at least, as long as Mr. and 102 South. Palafox St.DANCE Ala, were the guests of :Mr. i .
k :Mrs. Colt man can remaIn. and 'Mrs.'James !Fisher, Sr., last week. j

Mrs. Coltman has a fad for the .'"''Mr James' Fisher Jr.. and family, Engraving and Fine Stationery. \
antique and is quite an enthusiastic of Mfllvlew. spent Sunday with home- '

collector. folks.Mr..' .
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e LAST SONG SERVICE th*: county convict camp, was home Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention

FOR THIS SEASON. for 'a few days last week and was
Monday March 19
: The Presbyterian choir is preparing : present -at: the school meet'ng.

I. to render a song service Sunday night C. K. of A. Hall I Mr. Moses Penten, after spending a
t the program for which will be published I few :weeks'with, his family, has returned E. O. Zadek Jewelry Co. i
: in The Journal Sunday mornIng ...by... I to his work as foreman in a-lumber i

:. camp in Baldwin county, Ala. MOBILE, ALA \

These song services have been no- Pensac la T Temple, No. 14, :Messrs.- Hirst 'and Heiton.-of near Wi'W iME 'iH iEa HH'i"If.il- ." :
table musical features for several Rathbone Sisters. Mlllvlew, were the 'guests' of E.

S F "winters and as this will probably sBarrios' Grimes: and other relatives last. Sunday ..........."' .......""' .."' ''''.'-'....t.......
the last this the large -
for season .
.
r auditorium of the Presbyterian church '',., Orchestra.Admission' (MY, Eugene, Snowden of Hammac i

will no doubt be filled as usual with 35c. Ala., spent a few days with his par- A'Little .

S lovers of good sacred music. ents, Mr.and Mrs. James. Snowden, I Ice 1
So look for the program in the Sun : returning to his home Monday morn i

day Journal and better be too early .q" F! .. ing. I
than too late.
f ; Mrs. Barrineau, of andher' -
Quintette, :
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WORTHEYSCHOLDMORNING .i I POWELTON I and daughters Nit ,'Barrineau.Misses Bessie and little Hanna I

:' Capt.! George WEDDING.T. Worthey of the col- grandson, Mrs.-,Jas.are
her onidas.. and .:Miss Selma :Marie ; : \ Special to The Journal.- Mr., Ernest Snowden, of Pollard is
SchoM of Bremerton. Wash_, were : .., Powelton, Mar. 15.-We have had +
.. at home ;
: ; ,. foi -a few days, the guest of .
united in ; fine weather ..
marriage Wednesday morn some
spring .
his father, Mr. Jas Snowden. _
ing at the rectory of St. Katharine 'T but the rain has set in this'week"l an "Odorless" refrigerator. It has a patent dry air .
Episcopal 'church. 1",i. ; sorry to say. The remains of Officer William i circulating scheme that does the business and no other :
'''. Ftgher, who,died of yellow fever Sep
i The wedlng was a quiet one, the ,, Mrs. 0. M. Mullins ,was called.home tember' ; refrigerator is so economical to use as +
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1&0"5. and who was buried
1)rid5 arriving from her northwestern ) c, _J last Friday i S 0 .
on acount.of the death of 4
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in the : have
city, been taken
.. home on the five o'clock train, and J. ,', her grandmother, Mrs. Kelly. Mr. up and r' 4C
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jflpr. $ "
f. re-interred l In the family lot in Beu.
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the ceremony took place at 8:30: Rev. ...1. Mullins joined' her Saturday and they l lah cemetery.- It will be rememberedthat An Odorless :
: lA. T. Sharp rector of St. Katharine / : returned to their home in Muscogee .
Officer Fisher was stationed at
f officiating in the presence of a few Sunday. I 4
.' wItnesses. >" .;' the corner of Government street and I 4
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Miss Mary Williams and'Miss Laney Cusbman's alley and was the : Besides a saving in your ice bill, its use spells :
& After the ceremony the bria'al party .. Oginn, of Montgomery.,' left Mon. first to-be1 stricken by the fever.among 'i H-E-A-L-T-H in big letters. We are sole agents. 4
'Went aboard the collier where a wed -
day at for
noon home,.after
spendinga
ding breakfast was served after an Altnough he was a member' of the :
Informal ... week with their aunt-, Mrs. R. police-force but 'a short time he had.1' I
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'St reception.6- THE RUSSIAN BLOUSE STILL FAVORED. I Thompson.: made a good record, and it is with MARSTON &QUINA
Mr. B. Whiddon soent. Mondav
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MRS. JACK McGUIRE'S --- sorrow w to tfie death of .
PROGRESSIVE EUCHRE For the small man who has outgrown placed by a "belt of the suit material and Tuesday in Muscogee., I this worthy Young-man,.,, His-parents 1 .4

: TOR MISS BUCHER. : his baby. dresses of soft lingerie and the white mother of pearl buckleis Miss Mabel and Jennie Merritt. of arid family have the sympathy of this t 108/110 S, Palafox St. 'Phone 148. Pensacola, Fla. .

:Mr, and Mrs. Jack McGuire entertained materials, and Is yet- too small for maikedlyprominent all of these.I Muscogee. were the guests of Miss community. their great loss.Owingto .
S. Knickerbockers, those Russian blouse The little suit is of a plain' chiffon Lavada Brown Sunday.Mrs. "
; with Progressive delightfully Euchre Wednesday for their night attractive suits are still holding first place. The weight mohair |in cream, all the edges!, Seals, of Pensacola, visited the unreliable the nature distance of to horses school, and Mr. :....................................................J

i guest )Mis Bucner of Pacific, metropolitan Mluputian bazars are stitched with a' heavy white ,silk,the I relatives here this week. James .Snowden is considering the
Mo. displaying these in the new season's closing at the left side made invls't-! I Mr. John Lowe and Mr. Fred I feasibility sending the 'children i.
Har'l
The white and cream mohairs in plain and ly, the narrow bands on the bishop'i dy .who hav accepted horseless He has the
game was highly interesting. : carriages. motive Business Men Should Be Particularabout
figured weaves. The dark leather sleeves fast ne. witb'a single pearl Marianna, Fla., left Monday on NO: -
Mrs. Fred Massey and Mr. Glenn Miller I : power alright and with a few
belt of past seasons is now being re- button. 3. S I minor '
winning the aca prizes theboobleg I changes for safety 'and
Mrs. J. H. Mullins convenience the stationery they use. Examine the
_n and__ ,.daiwr'hfpr___ ___., will paper jou'te
being captured by Mr. How- "' have the vehicle readIn
: Miss been using. Is it good enough for business? You know
Marye, made jour
I a flying trip to
[jfr ard White Miss .
and Bucher.After time fpr the next term of school.
S S the delighted friends and of her friends Muscogee Monday it your letters are your representatives and should be good. We
game "delicious refreshments friends. Mr. W. < .have the good kind for just a little
Fenn The Journal's money.
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served." Then" representative -
were followed
S: a I -+- II it CHIPLEY 'I was a caller here this COMPETENT : UDOES.eth.4j .
musical] treat, tho honoree being an !
; accomplished musician and a gr POOR MAN! : week. ( : Doctors Endorse 'Herpicide. C1oe's Elooks"tore.

uate of the Beethoven Institute of \VTiat is a, summer resort, pa?" Mr. Rob Brooks, of Pensacola, visited Women. 'Who make a business of
;3 Louis and contributing cheerfully d-I "A man entirely! surrounded by a his. aunt Mrs. Wilson, last Sun beautifying other women come pretty Phone 235. 213 South Pal fox St>_ Ponsaco/
her art for a body of women.-Judge. jour" near knowing what will bring about _
I the entertainment of h Special to The _" day.Mrs.
the best results. Here letters
Florence are
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I Chipley, Fla.. Mar. 15,-The citizensof Halman and children from[ two
who concerning
---- --- Miss Letitia Baggett has been left Tuesday for Pensacola Herpicide: .
nursing the two year ola' son of lion. the town of Chipley feeling that where they will reside in the future., "I can recommend Newtoro's Herpi{ Fine lot of Diamonds at exceed.ng'y'!
---- W. H. Milton at Marianna for ten the town is in need oVa new hustling Their many friends here cide a'S I it stopped my hair from fallIng Diamonds low prices for a few days only. A4

days past, has returned home 'bringing paper met on Tuesday to organize: .a them 'go. regret to see Out; ''and as a dressing it has to see them.J. .

the good news that the little )Ir. W. Jordan no superior. F'. DAVIS 213 S. Palafox St
stock company for the purpose of get. is building a sawmill ,
ij r Cabin chap has quite recovered. near Gonzalez (Signed) Bertha ,A. Trullinger,
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Log depot.
4 ting up and pubhishinganew pa.pe'r.A Miss Mary Wilson Miss Complexion Specialist,
company with 5000.00 capital Lena and "281,4 Morrison SL, Portland, Ore."
Mrs. S. A. Friedman's ,attractive Marye Mullins -paid a pleasant visit r Crabs Helped !. Rabbit Hunt.
guests Miss Brickman of Montgomeryand stock was organized and th%\ follow to Miss Mamie Waters Tuesday after. "After using one bottle of 'Herpl- On a property where the rabbit shoot- I
Miss Rosensweis of Atlanta, left cide.: my' hair has stopped falling out
ing officers elected: Buelt Cook, noon.' Ing was strictly preserved upon the
and my scalp is entirely free from
I Maple Thursday after being the recipientsof president: I. A. Hutching, ,secretaryand ''Miss Lena Mullins was a visitor in dandruff.- southern coast of England a boy was
charming' attentions and enjoying
many'all sorts of a good time during treasurer: L. D. McRae', vi e- Pensacola Mr. Braderkk this week. "(Signed( ) Grace Dodge caught with two dead rabbit in his I

their visit. Miss Rosensweis will visit -president; A. D. Campbell, L. D.: Me- fell and was painful. "Beauty Doctor. possession and nothing that would account -
ly injured last weekj( but we are glad '."195 Sixth SU Portland. Ore." for their decease. A search of
her cousins the, Misses Marcus in Rae Buell Cook A- J. .Gay, John B to know he is
I Syrup .Montgomery before returning to At- Glenn, Jr., and T. A. Dekte, board of much improved. For sAle'. by W.A. D'Alemberte, his pocket revealed nothing but two
lanta. directors. The enterprise Is' backeo The druggist; and apothecary, IZI..iouth live crabs of small dimensions, the end
by the leading and influential busi-- Original. Palafox'street, or send lOc in stampsfor of a candle and a box of matches.
Foley &: Co., Chicago, originated sample to The' Herpicide Co.. Detroit
I r We have secured the sole ness men of the town, and w-a feel Under promise of release the urchin
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. McLean and Honey: and Tar as a throat. .. _and lung Mich.,
that will
children Mhseg Mary. Jeanette and sure they soon be making remeay, ana on.account or the great '. was oersuaded to disclose- hi. method
\ agency for Towle's : --- --- -
Log Maggie, and Masters Jamie' and things hum and giving us the news merit and popularity of Foley's of procedure. First he selected--ilk";

;: Cabin Map'e\ Syrup, guar- Charles, of Freeport, Fla., are guests fresh within the next'few' weeks. Honey and Tar many imitations are ly burrow and then stripped off his
of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Morrison and Campbell.Mayor Bwell Cookand 'Mr. John D. offered for the genuine. These worth. clothes putting his coat over one hole,
anteeJ absolutely family. delegate!$ from Washington less imitations have similar his
sounding trousers another
pure over and his shirt
Lodge No. 73 and, Mr. Wesley: Gainer -
names. Beware of them. The Our Stationery Attracts Attentionas
genuine
the
third. lit
He the
candle
pver end.
I and put up In "log cabin"cans and Mr. Jno. Tharpdelegates; from ,Foley's Honey and.Tar is In'a I
The friends of Mrs. Bache -
ye
many New Hope ixnlge. No.. 77, are attend. low package Ask for, it dropped a little grease upon the crab's surely as a magnet draws steel. Wa
and refuse
at the following who has daughter-in-law spent the winter Mr. with and Mrs.her ing tha Grand Lodge at Palatka. this any substitute. ,It is the best remedy back and stuck the lighted candle I stand for everything in stationery,

son and week. for coughs and colds. W.A.IY Alem. thereon and then put the crab at an and everything we stand for is top:
prices: B F. Bacbe.- will regret to learn that
she leaves next week for her home in From what we can. learn, Chipleywill berte, druggist and apothecary. unoccupied opening. Straightway the quality.' Just as pure water Is look
f Quarts 45c.Onehalf Live Oak. soon have electric lights, as several I frightened torchbearer fled sideways ed for from a crystal spring so the

-- parties are seeking' a. franchiseto The AltermatlTe.. into the darkness and explored the.innermost finest things to be had for money ar'

Gal. 85c. Miss Emily Ensign of Flora. Ill.. is erect a plant The doctor had been called to.see a depths, while the boy, expect sought at our store, and the Our expectation sta-

in the city at Hotel Escambla. Her pitman's wife. On coming down from ant as a terrier, awaited events out is never disappointed.
thing, nota
world is the whole
Gallons, $1.65. //mny Pensaoola friend: )? will learn her room the doctor said to the husband ald Presently a rabbit bolted Into tlonery from a *'
hemisphere. Everything
leaves "Well I'm .to the coat As it did so that
with regret that Miss Ensign : Geordy glad say boy was of polite --
cent tablet to the most elegant
this evening to !spend several weeks there isn't very much wrong with your after it like a shot and boy.: rabbit

$ There is nothing more with Miss Gussie Cawthon and Mrs e'sCo.: wife. It's'a case of too much blood I and coat all rolled over together, the stationery.

delicious (and Nannie Bowers' in Florala. Howevershe and we'll try an old fashioned remedy. boy rising from the fray with the rabbit HOOTON'S PHARMACY,

i. nowadays will then return to this' city fora ,.. Just get leech at,the chemist's. and I II I In his clutches.-Korea News. The Birthplace of Prompt Delivery.

..; there is nothing so rare) longer stay., and Satisfaction put It on her and believe' you'll find Phone 1100.

as pure maple syrup. This Mrs. Charles J. Rice and little I her better when I call in the morning." Priceless, Yet C .tle_Pare Air. _,_ __h___ h__
;
daughter Myrtle leave to-morrow to Next day the doctor called. again and. There is no menace to vitality and to

Is guaranteed to be absolutely visit her mother in Greenville Ala., to whQ dinesat meeting the husband who was a bit of GOOD HEALTH the sum and the value of the productsof --

everyone a sportsman, lib, many of his kind, vital so imminent
for two or three weeks the Kandy Kiohen. depends upon good food! more energy continuously
pure and full meas whether you live here or said: "And bow's your wife this morn- than medicine.. We have so Insidious, so effectively active Our Collar and

J. ure. Mr. Innes, the banker of Rushmore, are a visitor.' You can lug Geordy Better, I expect" "Nti, ALL THE GOODIESthat as are the Invisible wastes of the body.
Minn, a accompanied hh wife and get the tenderest and man, but she's worse,"_ replied Geordy The dead by the weapons of the world's
little boy, is among the recent "Worse!" exclaimed the doctor. "But make the table attractiveand battlefields few
.are compared with
of steaks
Julcest chops, add the necessary' finfs'bingtouch Shirt Machinesenable
1r rhals. ar'l etc you have ever eaten. did you do as I told.you last night to the meL l.Sw'ettt those whose lives have been either
-"Well'oot exactly, for I couldna get a
blighted or prematurely ended becauseof
'f I Dr. and Mrs. W. P. Crowell of .. .. .. Pickles Sour Pickles.
Chops 30 and 40c leech, so I put the ferret I' bed wl 'er." failure to maintain the body In '
ticello Ind.. ar: ,the welcome Relish Chow<;how, Pickled a
among tow
I winter residents.' The 'are pleasantly Steaks... .. .. ....50 to 80c -London Tatler. ." I Onions, Spanish Queen Olives, correct relation to the atmospheric articles us to to fit Iron the body

located at Mis'* Daisy Horsler's. 19 Stuffed Olives India ReH.b. source of abundant.energy waiting to ,
therefore
Fine French and
Drip Coffee naturally
n Sol Calm & Co. East Gregory for the season. Hot Chocolate Ice Cream V.I..le Desolate h..,.... Celery Salad: 'Catsup India be transformed Into vital force and comfortably. There's no

i and Soda. The most valuable desolate island in Chutney, -Chili Sauce, Tomato 'I who have died for want of proper roU' h edges to irritate

It pays to Insist on having Blue the world are the Liakovs. In the Arctic Soup, Preserved Fruits, Pure breath. He who would live at his best j you when. they are laundered ,

The Pure Food Store, Ribbon Vanilla. Absolutely pure. ocean off the mouth of the Lena In Jelly.: Apple Buttle French Mustard. i must breathe air at its purest There here
Goes twice far and the "Blue Ribbon Siberia bound and Salad Dressing. Horse Rad. I'
as ', They are frost utterly I'Is no material necessity to life greater !
"Flavor" is perfection. barren save for arctic OHMS, butthey" ish Pure Olive Oil ,
Ii than that{ of air. There is
pure nothing j
Stuttmeit Corner Pilalox and lnt..*dtcia contain such enormous quantitiesof I TheStar Steam
S II so priceless and yet so coatless as air.
The niemebera NOTICE. Kandy Kitchen Cafe fossil Ivory that they are exceedingly I I I There is no financial Investment which t tI
of the Nw Degree :
valuable-In fact although uninhabited I ROSENAU&GERELDS. ; Laundry.
k1 Phones I J g Staff of Naomi Reb kah Lodge will save for the Ivory diggers'and of I does or can yield so sure and so large I

.5- meet this evening at Odd Fellows' 104 Palafox..- Phone'99 9 themselves Incapable of supporting The.Fancy Grocers. [ returns as money wisely expended for 37 E araen St. Phone 114..naacol. .
Hall promptly at 8 o'clock for drill I pure air.-Professor S. U Woodbridce I
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life, they produce a revenue of 1.000.- ...0118391. ffe nacola. Fl'V
J, D. PULUAM Capt J in Good Housekeeping.
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000 a year.-London- Qflf'ffl.S' .
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THE CORNERSTONE OF CHEAPSix DeLuna', *\ Street MAKE MONEY' : HOOTON: & WATSON, !


"Others are doing it* while you only '

Merchants and ottfers look on." Get busy with' your idle Successors to Thos. C. Watson, Ca. '

small dwellings one block from considering change of money' and let us help you to double ,

Palafox on lot 70x150; renting for $540 location, should see It,by? Investing in real estates
YOUR Leading Real Estate Rental and Insurance
PROSPERITYIS per year what we have"to offer AgencyIfsfef

a $4500.00 on the new street We There was never a more favorable

can now contract to time: to buy and make money In Pen

store office sacola real estate than right now.
furnish a ,, I
LESLIE E. BROOKS or building to .suit .Desirable Property for Sale.

your special 'require Elegant little home, North Hill ser

LAID i REAL ments lease or sals; vant's house on lot all conveniences ,
ESTATE BOUGHT AND SOLD
or the land only forImmedat .-' .. .. .. ...... ....$5000 f
,, "' Improve.meat Two story brick building; centrally located, Just oft. of Palafoz

RENTS COLLECTED. MONEY linessubject 1 tAn exceptionally desirable home onBast street---------------------, .... .... .. .. .. .. ,.$10,50XXOOOne
on' Hill all modern of the most desirable building lots on North Hill on a corner
Also Improvements
/when you 'pay. your"first dollar on ,a piece of real LOANED. have to our an approval.ideal 'site for large lot...... ... .. .. .'. ....$-1500 fronting 'south near car line 100 by 150 feet. .. .. .. ..3700.00
> state-iWhether 'for a. home or business property. Two story new dwelling on corner lot 60 by 125 feet on North

(Pensacola is on the eve of the greatest growth in 204>4, & :Palafox St. Fisher BUilding.. large hoteL; I Lot on,W. Romana street, foot of :Hill. .. .< ,...., .. .. ........ .... .. ... .. .. ...$3,150.00A

her history. and Investments made now will yield Phone 462. Spring street and close to proposednew ,desirable and very comfortable one story six room dwelling with

handsome returns in the near future. We have large Will Be As depot good money in this $4000 all modern j : conveniences, on the car line West Gregory Street lot

I lists of business and residence property, farm and 80 by 144..r .. .. .., ........ .... .... .. .., .. ....$3,000.00

timber lands which, we would like to show you. REAL ESTATE 5 beautiful'lots corner 9th ave. and NortbThalf of block 67. New City Tract; 10 lots by'137 ft 6 Inches each'a

Jackson St.,, .. .. .. .. ....$2550 beautiful location overlooking the bay; only one block from carS
Good as Palafox. Hne. .... ..- .. .... .... .. .. ..' .. .:. .. .. .... 175000.
30,000 acres wood lands 15 to '25 Splendid."business Two story five room store and dwelling and one story: tour room
Pensacola Investment miles pf Pensacola; cheap for cash building lot on dwelling corner lot. 60x170 near water fntnt----------,4000.00
Government St
Company and quick sale; also city property for .' .. .., opposite opera...house$6300 We have a few well located blocks In the New City Tract that we cans

if a. H.D'ALEMBERTECty sale and rent.. We want ,your real : ll'at from,$325.00 ,to $500.00 per block, any one of which la a bar

Manager. estate to .rent or sell on best ,terms McDav d- yer gain.
Two story brick building, corner
Y/ H.KNOWLIS, msldaat R. B. SIMPSON, Secretary.j. for good service.' companY'1 I.Tarragona Government Sts.$5500Lot Those having property. desiring to sell same, would find it to their

.I.STIlLMAN, V-Prej. and GeL Manager. KNOWLK HYER Treasurer. Agents New advantage to p1 ce same in our hands as we have disposed of about
T. CRAWFORD $$300,000() worth in the last 60 days If 'You have funds to loan
Life Insurance Company. ; 77x180 W. Int ndencia. near
ftoef Estate, Loans General Investments. consult us. If you desire in agent to collect your rents; or want
St------ .. ..
8 E., Government Street Baylen t..T .. $63001EIegnt
315tSouth Palafox Street. fire insurance; jor If >ou want to buy a piece of property and Jon't
215 South Palafox Street, Pensacola, Florida. Phone 7CO. Pjjnsacola,. Fla. know who owns same' : consult: us. '
,oF block lots
: on North Hill, 28
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Want It? .
For Sale : J':. _
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8 room 2"story, house, 2 lots corner 0"

WHEN WESTERN YOU OR WANT NATIVE NICE BEEF JUICY WANTEDI S. C. BROWN LEGHORNS-Kulp- Some No. 1201 N. Davis St. .....$2000) HOOTON & WATSON ,

Hughes Strains; 'egg record. 240 per
and Fancy Groceries at living prices. 6 room, newly' papered and painted
havesecured ths pullet. The farmer's and fancier'schicken.
of E.'E.
services
Mover on the Square a call or PHONE 54. SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
give hous, 5 lots North' Reus, between
LIger and will be pleased to have Eggs for hatching. An all I

bone \0 JO 718. Standard Granulated all his friends to call and see h'm. fertile guarantee.. Prices: Pen .No. Good Investments Cervantes and Strong--------$2750
Still pounds' -
He is an expert barber. J. 'S. .Durham 1, $2 pens Nos. 2 and 5, $1.50.for 13. .
Chickens
Bugar $1.00. Country Pork. 6 room cottage, all modern conveniences -
211 E. Poultry Farm. DeFunlak
and Eggs ,a specialty. ? Wright. l5marlw'WANTEDiositio5ii Springs-Sunnyside Fla. References-anyone In ,' .... r close in------: ... .. ....$2400

GOPHERS GOPHERS, AT MOVERS. wanted by nst- the city. 13marlm Miscellaneous
PHONE 718. class circular saw filer and hammer and Homes. 12 room 2 story, near Palafox St.. TimberLands "

Reference! furnished it.necessary., Address FOR S\LE-Grocery, store and resl all conveniences .. .. ......$3150
Filer care' Journal dence combined including stock. '" DRESSMAKING-Mrs. E. R LIger has'

HELP WANTED lomarot ;% fixtures etc; nice ,home. good water A BARGAIN; I Fine building lot corner Zarragos- opened a first-class dressmaking

whole block under fence. Cash ....., shop at her residence 238 West Government
one sa and Florida Blanca St. $850;)
,hall houss North
ARCHITECTURE Plans.Specificationsand Seven, room and on street ani would like to have
6th
WAr' !D-Ten men to work on turpentine details furnished for modern cots only. Corner Maxwell and ave. Hayne St.. with a1l!* modern conveniences $$200,000.00 deals and up; also farms your patronage. ISmarlw
Mrs. Z. P. Ryan P. O. Box 614. Nice well
and built
:: little house new
farm. Men with families tages $5.00. Blue Prints of fine dwelling for2t00'; ;. and city property for investment or

preferred. Call on A. Green. care ot drawn ,to suit the most fastidious. ISmarlm* ,,_n_____________-_____-__-__ M East Man street fronting ba'y.2500 saw mill and turpentine locations vir- HACK No 12-Always ready with good

Solomon Furniture Co. 16marlw Chas. W. Howe Bagdad Fla. FOR S\LE.::.TtripnU-k> atton 25 Two cottages on East Romana St., gn: pine timber cypress hardwoods, reliable driver. C. H. Taylor pro-
No 522 and'5Z6rntfor: $8 a month 4 room cottage near R. R. 'Shops, stock farms etc. Call on or address
14marl2t. ('rops boxes timber to cut 15 crops, prietor. Phone 1236. Hackman's Exchange .
A.\'TED.-Active man wanted In will sell entire business or an interestto for $600. i,4""' good neIghborhood.. .. .., .! ..$1050 Sawmill and turpentine land a spec- Phone 185. 20feblm

each county to exhibit demonstrateand A BARGAIN-Party owning 6,000 good man with some money. Address ally, Box 115, DeFuniak Springs Fla.
East Gar
144 by 192 feet ,deep on
acres gooa'! mill timber mills located Cottage at FIsher-stIle------1200: CUT FLOWERS-Orders promptly
advertise staple line'; salary $18 "Florida, car Journal. :
on will sell den street $14.400.
same outright
or an filled for carnations
roses flowers
for No llmarlOt
weekly $3 per day expenses. interest to practical man with some 3 room house on big lot near depot, and designs of all kinds. Miss Berti

capital required. Honesty and sobrie- money. Address "Owner" Pensacola: FOR S'ALE-Two-story house contain- 5 room cottage and reception hall. good Investment. .. .. .. ...$650 TURNER&AYMARDReal Smith. 616 N. Barcelona. Phone 651.
essential than experience. National back and front gallery, closets house
ty more (Journal. llmarlOt. Ing eleven rooms, corner lot &3x

Co., 720 Chestnut St., Philadel.1phia. 120: For information apply 501V, new and '..In'go .<\,.:"condition, large lot, 395x236! Brent road opposite Gould- TAILORING L. Diamond. Tailor.

lmar. .WANIED-Evepone to know" that Cnase. llmar on North' 8th avenue between 11th Ing per front foot;. .. .. .....$r.50 Estate and Gents' clothing cleaned pressed and
: ,
The Great New Fox Visible Typewriter and. 12th' street/a. bargain, at $1200.. repaired on short notice. NO: 11%
WA.\TED-Loc representative In has been received by F. A FOR. SALE-Four room house'wth 'fro' Abstract West Government St, Pensacola, Fla.
10 opposite Oakfield on Hard Company
acres .
at Gouldmg. with two lots. Corner 8th' avenue and 12th street ,
bath
and Bruce and is at No. 28 .
renewals now display
Pensacola to look after on road.. .._ ..... .. .........$500 Idee.J.
increase subscription list of a prom'- East Government. All Interested are Apply to L M.. Dav.s. P. O. Box 63J, S room and hall cottage pantry back and Sawmill.and'Turpentine Land a Spec-

. nent monthly magazine on a salary cordially invited to call and inspect. City. lOmarlm front' gallery gas and city water H. PORTER sailmaker. 716 Soulli
basis. Experience 7mar. house new.a larae: ,lot $1700. We can sell any property that has a cialty. Palafox street Orders taken for
BinghaDl'hw-' reasonable price. tents. awnings stools
R. and
I FOR SALE-A. camp house
desirable but for not right necessary. Good:Address opportunity WANTED-,--Contrlbutlons! Tor the Orphans : good team of mules for sale. Se Four lots 'on west side of Rues St. P. 0. Boi 115. DeFuniak Spring, Florida cots. etc t Prices reasonable. 3ljan.

person. ", Home. Money: clothes, eatables them on hw new float 'f9b2? between. DeSoto .and Stronge for fiveda's
New York. ,
0.
59 Sta. L. .cO.I
Box ,
Publisher etc., received. Notify MrS. Wm; at $1725., IIO; S. BROWN &. -- SHIP CHANDLERS-McKinzle Oert-
,4mar.LIVE.. FOR SALE-Beautiful: block, In New ing &, Co.. wholesale and retail ship
'
ESsher president Mrs '
N. McKOertitfsr.
or 'City. Tract No. 312.. Fc.r cash $&03.;) 54 1:3: ft: on We'st Rom 1 street: at Thiesn Build'ng.! $650 i chandlers and grocers. only first-class

ENERGETIC. YOUNG: MAN secretary. 4mar Apply to A. M. McMi'las.: Court Houaa the foot of Spring ,St., Improvements "WE SELL LOTS." 1 I house of kind in city. Fair prices to all.

WA.\'TED-In every town in. Flori WANTED-The public to know that ___ ___....-q-----I .. laus<< on._property'" rentfns- 'for $13.per month --- Buys a five room cottage near R. R. Fine stationery -wedding invitations
ol
of I ,
da as special representative one we can" do" all kinds'"of 'repairing clean' tiUUU. .,. "' For Sale shops; rents $800 'per _month. Will
old
FOR SALC--Nlce. newspapers visiting cards tally cards etc. Celia
investment
the largest real estate and float building: horse shoeing; etc J. p ''It. net qver 12 per cent: lihis. .Isa: .genuine -
at live cents bundle This office M. Robinson. representing The
corporations in the south. Part or G. Welsh Carriage Co. 27febKODAKEitS a 40 (t. by.., OJf.f; ,deep.,on East Ro !FOR SA'LiE-A second hand wagon bargain. .' Chas.
whole time. Must be intelligent of mana .St., next to Bass. &, 'Co., a good $1850 H. Elliott Company, of Philadelphia.
and two good size mules." Will sell
good address and furnish references. get Kauffman's prices AUTOMOBILES.: am agent for. the investment. 4000. at a bargain. Apply to Ben Johnson, Gets ,a handsome six room residence Smarlm,

Good; contract to right party. Address for developing and finishing. Best Pope Mfg.Co'and can sell you autos lots" 'the'"southeast' corner of cor..6th ave. and Lloyd, St. ISmarlw New and modern near car line. 417 E.
with stamp Drawer 36, Jacksonville and cheapest In'city.. Mail orders receive 5 on, I live In Pensacola corner 11th
from 5500.00 up. They cost .!less'than a- Cervantes.
Fla. 14mar3tWE attention. d Spring and1 Lee streets; splend'dbuilding FOR, SALE-A desirable lot lying.1m.ijnediately street and 15th in New
prompt Roman am horses to keep up They can be run ..E1VOI.3 ,: $1350{)--For six room cottage bath avenue City
Palafox Sts. 20feb. sUe $2500 south'of the Masonic and will take care of your Piano by
.
a' I '. ? Good rental
: In' sand anywhere horse can ,go. ; etc., E. Wrfght St. property -
LEARN you to make mirrors at -- --- ---- Lesl'e E Brooks 506 East Jackson street two story Temple bavin1* a frontage on Paa-! or nice home. the year at a low figure. Refelf
home. Full guaranteed formula>$3 COURT HOUSE DYEING. Pressingand -4---I fOx street of 30 feat ,by a denth of 1 tune clean out etc. Phone 802: 2

P F M Co., Box 472. Pensacola Fla. Cleaning Club. 118 N. Palafox FOR SALE-One 25II. P. boiler and 8 room and hall house, bath gas a delightful 182 feet For'sale for a few days onlyat rings. J. Conrad Scott. Smarlm

l3marlm .. St., Mrs. T. J. Davis, Prop. Your pat engine;' portable boiler on wheels! ; 150 and$3500 good-neighborhood.: ;:: lot 93 $21.00000; one 'half cash, the balance c. R.. YAEGER ; -

ronage solicited; satisfaction guaranteed eng'ne or boiler in running order. ft. by in 12 months at six! per cent. interest

WANTED. man to work around the Careful attention given ladies Also 2 lag carts comp'ete, ready for : Watson. Phone 686 for
715 N., Baylen j street! 8 room two llootoa & ISmarlw No. 202 Thiesen Building. Eggs HatchingFrom
house and jard. Apply to Mrs. H. Pl 1222. .
garments. one 8feb service. For terms apply to Jas. Me- residence lot 70x125_ ft. every GS-Rece"ived

T len.. Wright, 100 Jackson corner. 13mar Ba)'- WANTED.=Hauling and transfer I Voy & Co., Cantonem'nt. Fla.,, story modern convenience, an ideal home FRESH and, every YARD guaranteed F ; 25 cents daily my prize pens of S. C. Rhode

23feblm. Isalnd Reds' and S.' C. 'Brown .
work. .Office phone 363 residence LOST Leghorns
'
;, $5000. dozen C. M. Wilson corner Davis
390 Acosta & White. '22.23 N. 41G' finest pens in the south $1 to .
phone I FOR SALE-My property. E. Bra- and Lloyd streets. Phone 620.
I '
WANTED-Good cleaner and be- ,
presserat Two lots on Cervantes street $1.50 setting of 13 or $6 100
per
; per
and ;
Tarragona St. 25marWANTED. inard St., consisting of four lots 40 4mar3w LOST-'Between' the postoffice
once. No 9 E. Intendencia. i tween Baylen and Spring streets 69i: _ letter also agent for the famous Banta Incubators ."
dwelling launch a registered
x50 feet; a. two story containing quarantine
13marWANTED. 125 nice building site, a bargain FOR SALE 80 acres good land three and Brooders. Drop
.-Tha Mercnanta Transfer, 6 rooms hall ways bath room:! a addressed to Wm L. Stearns. me a
; -\ good cook. Apply at Co. wants your moving and hauling. closets and pantry. On car line; will $1300 miles south of Chipley. Twenty Finder please communicate with Mr. card and I will call. E. L. )McFadden,

guaranteed.' T. B. Tnor acres in cultlvat'on: apd, pure spring Prop., Myrtle Grove Poultry Farm, 1L
once at 701 N. Palafox 13mar I All breakage sell entire property for $300000. E. street be- Stearns at quarantine station.16mar2t .
sen. Prop Phone 978. 18juneln.I Three lots on Strong water. Will sell for cash or on ime. F. D.. No 1, Pensacola. Fla.
L. Reese. ,22feb and 11th avenues. This
10th
tween '
WANTED good nurse 701 N. Pal I W 'lTED-To buy old gold and silver is very'cheap at $650. Apply A. Hogeboom. Chipley Fla. 7marlm
afox. 13mar JUST RECEIVED-Large snipment of property 28f b. BROOCH-Round coil with opal in
stuff
broken regardless! ; of
up
OO-$5000$ I sizes., Cash paid. Llgatman & Klein imported Olive O'l Retail by pint Money at the lowest market rate: FOR SALE--One choicehlock on top center. Lost between Masonic Temple MATTRESSES' RENOVATED. New'
$ and for local5al,8 !
expenses gallon or larger quantity. G. Morasso and Progress Club Reward for tick furnisaed if desired. All done'
vacant,city property. .11Jge east of the
E. Wright. Phone 1127. on improved or of the electric:
manager. World famous JOG & Co. ship chandlers ana grocers 701 between 7th and 8th return to 202 W. Gregory marl43t in good order on short notice. Leave
railway, streets.
household necessity. Colonial Co, I South Palafox. 4oct. LOTS ON NORTH BAYLEN orders at Green & Watson. Phone
W.\NTED.-A. R. Bingham wants 10 has favored this section it
Nautre and
factory N., Wellsville. N. Y. 11-18 INVEST LOST-Watch charm;' raised letter M. 193.
A SPLENDID 711131'MRS.
your moving and hauling. He guai* FOR SALE Large horses and mules STREET cannot.be duplicated. A. V. Clubbs.
WANTED-Ten mill I operators and WENT. This, property is easily worth on one side and engraved J on other I
experienced saw antees all breakage. Phone 630 for turpentine log men., ,
hands Apply room 415, fourth We guarantee satisfaction. Address $2500.00., ._.- .. ,. "- .$2000 O SALE.-Only 4' young Boar pig:: side with six little diamonds set in M. II. S. CHUNN will receive pupils -
I 1. sired by Duke of Florida 68923 reward for return to this of- in shorthand at her
floor Thiesen building. I will tune 'and repair your piano and & Co, G., G. Cobb man out Liberal residence
Waterman and haUcotta'ge out houses, Orphan Lee. ,of Baltimore. 5S544. 14mar2t 321 N. Barcelona St
I organ as cheap a's any one; guarantee Fix 22feblm I 5 room fice. Terms $500 a
\\ \XTED-First class lay stenographer i best and ,neatest work. Prompt -ager. Chipley. fruit trees and large garden sPOt. 6 All guaranteed with registrations and .- month In advance. 4'mchlmo.TO .

Address. own handwriting attention and satisfaction. Phone 802 FOR SALE-Barred Plymouth Rock ..i lots go with house. on Southweot corner pedegrees. Carl Setterlind Chipley LOST-A star-shaped gold pin with a

with( references. Office Work, Care 2 rings. J. Conrad Scott.? Smarlm cockere's! ready for yard $I 50 to G. and WagnT? streets; one of the Fla. 26nov.EGGS row of pearls 'around:design. Opal U. S. LIFE SAVING STATION
Journal. 4mch.MOflOytOLOflfla : : city $1000. center. IFnder'please! return to 221 AND RETURN-The launch Le-
$S; 15 eggs $150; thrty .250. Mrs. highest ponts: in the from
ror hatching carefully
WANTED-We want your orders for Lizzlp B Hughes Ctopley. Fla. West Jackson street for reward. Clair leaves Palafox street wharf 9 a.
manted hens. Strictly thoroughbred
1907 Art Calendars. .Over 300 original 14feblir. FOR RENT. 13mar2t m.' daily Fare rountf:( trip 25 cents.
and I guarantee a good hatch.
designs to select from. All 715 N; Bajlen St.. .$3750 fowls Special rates to parties. Pavilion
prices. Mares Printing Co., Pensacola. FOR SALE.-Impiored>> and nnlmprov- 20.00 Stock for sale at reasonable prices. LOST-A neart-shaped key rIng. phone 65J.: C. IL Burton, Manager.
506( N- 9th -
16feb ed property In all parts of the city: St.' 2000 Barred Plymouth' Rocks White Plymouth Suitable reward for '.return, to Jour mch4-lm
HONEY TO LOAN-Everybody bore J. A. WiUon & Co.'Real,Estate Agents, 514 N. Hayne., 17.50 Rocks and S. C. Brown Leghorns nal office. lOmar

rows money from Jno. A. Hall & WANTED. The- public to know that Room 7, 'Salisbury building. Phone 213 S. Flsherville.. one at ;: $1.00 per setting of 15 eggs or l\IA'ITRESSES.-Wholesale anj retail -

Co. 16 E. Government street. When old newspapers can be bought at 172. 23jan Three cottages! $15.00 each. $5.00 a hundred tor incubator eggs. I --- -- --- manufacturers and dealers in

in need call on us. 9feblm this office for five cents a bundle. Theyare fine $10.00, and tv..oat .' $1000 have 500 ha'f' gallon cans fancy Florida FOR RENTFOR cotton, moss and E. & C. mattresses
1'oRSALE--One extension table St.
all clean and nice.WANTEDElectrio 625 ,W. Romana Syrup. Will deliyer at 50c per gallon and baa* springs. Second hand furniture .
MONEY 1250
LOANED all fine chairs '
kinds six dining
on of per.sonal and cheap. 721 W. Main.. ..
Address Plymouth Rock Poultry bought and sold. Upholsteringand
property on short notice. : work of eh k'nd. Address P. O.;, Box95., 2 feb of'rents, a specialty.. RENT-Furnished "unfurnished -
: Collection or
.. J. J. Pope, Prop.
Term, easy. J. B. Gray & Co., 2V.. .' "'... ,... Farm,, Bristol repairing done. Old mattresses
Let us ciean jour fans repairour Fla., 24feblm 6 room cottage at B'g Bayou near renovated; new ticks furnished If ds'

Romana. Phone 1165. ifeb dynamo do your wiring, etc. Pa"na FOR SALE-5 room cottage., city water : r :- r,;:', car line, facing water. Apply P. O. sired. 114 E. Belmont St., city
MONEY TO LOAN.-On Pensacola: Electric Co.. 255 S. gas and free mail delivery on :T'" "! 1J ISmarlm* .
real estate or 570. Box 364 City. Phone 771. Davis Mfg. Co., C. T. Davis
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other sufficient security by apply. Ba-'lon. easy terms; corner 8 ave. and 12th :Board and Rooms.tFOR Mgr.

ing to Thos. Pebley cor. Palafox and I St. East Hill. G. E. Brett. llmarlw*, THE FISHER A. R. BINGHAM has storage room for
Uomana up stairs. ITnov-m. SECOND HAND CLOTHING WANT Furnished or unfurnished rent suitable for furniture other C. ROPKE has just opened a butcher

,ED-Highest price paid for gents FOR SALE.-10 room House corner rooms on the hill! ;" location' high 104 and 106 South Tarragona shop and grocery store corner Davis .

MONEY TO LEND-On good real es- clothing only. Sell secondhand ''goods lot. 3 t blocks from Palafox. lot. 96i and healthy. Close to car line. Apply -St.goods Phone &30 SOnov and Brainard Sts Your pa'ron-

tate security or on good collateral: Dress suits for rent. No E.Intendencia 192 on ear "">. For particulars inquire REAL ESTATE: AGENCY 314 EL Strong. 'Phone 1213. age solicited. Satisfaction guaran
at lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks. of Standard: Clothing Co, 19Jan at teed. Phone 915. lmarlm
Fisher b'ltlding. 21Jaa WANTED,-All kinds of electrical 16marl2t

work. I sell all kinds of electrical FRESH GARDEN SEEDS-All kinds FOR RENT-3 furnished rooms forrent HOTELS. I WATTS AND COLES-Contractor*

MONEY LOANED oa all kinds of per- batteries anj other electrical supplies. of strictly fresh farm and gar 'en Apply corner Chase and -- -- - -.- and builders. Estimates on all kind
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sonai property on short notice. When you need Pe ring :35 or 953 seeds at' reasonable prices. Also :,' hone 87., Sts llmarlw -- --- -- - of:building and repair work. Satisfaction

*Terms easy. J. W. Dullard upstairs E. W. Pe ke. new Star Laundry build fruit and nut trees. Banks Bros., Spring' 'THE BROWN HOUSE-Airy room. guranteed. Phone 108. omc .

.St! South Palafox .st.. .Phone.1144. Ing. E. Garden. ISdeo. Chipler. Fla., 25feblra ._ '' ) 1- NEWLY FURNISHED rooms for rent. good beds. Free baths and sample 208 N. Reus. SSfeblm t
: ; .t Special attention
SHOT Apply Carrie M : $2 per day.
Very; reason. -room.
UNLIMITED WATgD.-Real Estate, for sale.or: FOR SALE-3 acres Ian 1 on Town' 206 South Palafo Street. Scott. .20 W. Romana St IQmarlw 'to traveling men ;J. R- Brown 'ProP., CARRIAGES repaired and repainted. '

all amount or money to loanon rent Jeaa exchange.. ,Your busi-- 'Point,opposite city near marine ways .. 'I'r. .' DeFuniak Springs Fla. ISmarlm Floats built to order. Horse shoeIng -

SpecIal kinds of personal property. ness respectfully 'solicited., ,J, A. Wilson $300..cash: ; deep water; frontage.. Adi FURNISHER OR UNFT/RNISHED: I a specialty. :J. G. Welsh Carriage i

leans. rates to business men on large Real Estate Agent 22% W. Government dress Land care Journal. lOfea. ,rooms for rent with the privilege of ;CENTRAL HOTEL CHIPLEY-Op I Co. 27feb ';
The New York Loan Co., 204% \ at 254 E. Gregory :
South street Room, 7, Sa.Usbtl'rybullding. Foi5aIO.WANTBDTo. light-housekeeping depot Larg and "well lighted
PalafoxSTEAMBOAT. FOR SAIiE McMillan & Turton have '
r:::.. Phone 172. 23Jan received carload of fine Tend r Phone 557. 9jmar2TrNtCELY !rooms. Free sample room. Meals at
a
just sell, JxpteL .furniture. i. ISIIED-front-room.'all hours. Special( attention To traveling i L Found, I
WANTED-To loan money on your nessee horses and mules which maybe
business calls orwlthout board 401 W. Chase. $:.00 per day. J. 3!. Tug-,
SCHEDULE watches,' jewelry and personal .ef- seen at Pou's stable on Intendencia Reason for selling .With men. : '
fects. Highest cash price for old gold street q t llmar: me away from town-_ Splendid stand! if,. fimar'w :gle Prop. .ISmarlmCHIPLEY II FOUND Some packages of guage ')

STEAMER & 106 E all In Tiouse now Jhat.can be accommod.ated. boarders at 212 'glass tubing. Owner may get same I
CAPT. FRITZ J. M. and silver. Llghtman Klein FOR B.-\LE-40 acre farm, 10 acres In WANTED-A few W., lIOTECait Setterl'nd'! and
Intend'ncia St
property paying
Rogers; master. Passengers ana wrlght Phone 1127. pecans; 2mi'es south of Chipley! on LE: '. 105 East 16marl Gregory. New house good neighborhood 1: Prop. Special attention to commercial by Identifying this ad. Apply to Pensacola:
'Pfns FX: lln, for
JTPisht service between Pensacola C.St A. R., R.; also 120 ''acp s.: ill -.._-, ___- coa.____ ,- ,- and on car 16feblm : "travelers. Free, sample and bath Cement Stone Co., corner Wright Stand
and Freeport. Fla. At Baylen street I acres improved%, milea! froox:town.I FOR SALE-:My home corner 10 ave. l'UC& 'U1t."ll" HKD ROOMS for rent Lars rooms with good beds. 1
rooms.
*fiart, Wednesdays. Tourists and Bus__ In ess Opportunity. Address J. B. Hosebcom, A)cock::] Fla.Smarlm .' : and Cervantes St. Th's Is a bargain Newly furnished clean and nice .i $2 day. .. 13marlia 9th ave. mu.\\
'''- ---- per
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others desiring to see places of Interest -r" .: : i If, sold. scon A. C, Binkley.. ,near p atomc. Apply at, 128% E. ,

on Choctawhatchle Bay and Santa FLORIDA OPPORTUNITIES-If Interested I6fmar, i vernmentstreet: Mrs. B. M. Trainer 'BAY: HOTEL.-Open' night and day.

Rosa Sound should 'make this trip In the great opportunities I FOR SALE:-, Reg:stered Berkshire andTorksafre TYPEWRITERS--A11 makes new and 7janlm.. .J: .ac''S" 'J <'..r. C -"'_, European plan. Rooms light and Old newspapers for
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furnished
cants PIgsf pedigrees
special send 10 :
rarest forparties of test In the"Peninsular State, Transient' trade solicited.
or five cents a bundleat
mou, For : of Opportunities.:' : also fullblood game ch:ckens and eggs ,._scond hand for sale and'Phon r nt Old newspapers at clean.
rates for our "Magaz'ne ; Jas.:
or other Informaaddress Palafox. S. Nlcolau
They are all clean 575-579 S. at this officeT
office. sale
28 E.
I' J. 380. F. B. Bruce Govern- this ,
lion apply on board or P. O.u one >ear. Jacksonville! Development-, all at reasonable prices. Or.- S. ? -
*ox C92, Pensacola. Fla. Co., Jacksonville Fin 13mar3L:: M Geachey. Ciipley Fla. 51t&rlmi'iiiiiiii1iii'ment", ltr and 5106.'S4 Prop.





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IN JAPAN : is a list. of the deed* re -- ---

corded yesterday reported<< by" the o1'Fine Insurance, 1

::; Crepe Pensacola Abstract Co:. 'It. MARKETS Fire, Life.

H. S. Forbes to p. Hale'Wilson: an f :

undivided half Interegt.'injpts.l.and2.: ,Naval store:

Drawers Destitution ,in Island Empire is block 1%. Dallas Tract,.f 1 and other n' Savannah, Ga.: Mar.\ 15.-The naval 1 JD

:;; considerations.i. .j r .' ; stores- market.closed today as: follows:

Even Greater that at First B. F. Wolfe to A. A. 'Fisher, lots 3 WW ... .'. ... .... .. .. .. .. ..6 '20 ...........

and 4.. block 58, Wst King ;Tract. $1 WG.. .: .. .:. ..' :.. : ,,'!." .6 10 i

1 with Shirts to match for 'Reported! and other considerations. N. ,. .: .. .. ... ... .. .. ..590 Iron i
-; spring and summer wear A. A. 'Flsher'' to R. C. Caldfwell. lots ) M:;. ;' .: ... ;. '. i. ... .5 45

ing. They spell comfort 1 13 to 20 Inclusive block 107. East K.;. .?. ..'. .. ... ..... ...5 20 : :
L King Tract. Behucnlum1i tng, $1 I.: ..:. .. ;... .. .... ..4 55 .
on hot days and are not Heartrending iideedare; the details. and other considerations; .. H. ... .. .. .'.. .. ..... .......420 FORGINGS
clinging and sticky like of the Japanese famine which are now:! A. A. Fisher to E. A. .D'Alemberte, i Clothes.New G.... -...... .. 4 10 : REPAIRS A

close-flttlng 11 n d e r-g a r* coming thick and fast 'from correspondents -j lots 21 to 30-inclusive-block 107 East F.-l.; . 4. 05 day or >

ments. Drop In and see who' are on the ground. Ana': it, King Tract Belmont fumljerin\ ,. $11 E..i' : .::/ .).;j..j .jj 403 :. Timber dence phone i
I : .*' and -to-date 1 ne of Spring : ; 05
them.SPRING is now settled beyond peradventuri i end other considerations.' ] and Summer up and Trouser D. ... ...........
I II ,| J. R. Saunders to A. A,,Fisher all' Suit. n;-s. . .C.-- 4 05
that
the
SUITS BEGINNING already however received generous to-appeals for response help.--I: of block 107. East 'King Tiaet; Belmont ) ings.Suits from $17.50 to $50.00. :.Spirits Turpentine: 6&.. cents.

I very much more must be sent to save I I Numbering $1000 and.:.other. con' '
Trousers from to $15.00
siderations. $5.00 AUSLEY d. CO.'S REPORTS
::1 TO ARRIVE !' the distrissed portion of Japan from:,1 W. B. Runyan to Mis..* M. R. Zeek. Join our Gentlemen's- Suit! Club. !Liverpool Cotton Market rA :l: (
an inexpressibly1. cruel and agonizing II] I Costs only $l.Soper: month for pressIng !. 1 !
Would like to have | lots 11 and 12, blOC'k 52, Trt. Close
you fate. and Belmont and small repairs.} !! ;raD..rob.... .............................,.
i fl examine some of them. ; There are now over a million people I I J100 other considerations.: Dyeing and Cleaning of men's andwomen's Feb..Hsr....................................569
I suffering pangs sucn as we are notable Henry 31. Yon-gt. and' J. Wallace' Clothes specialty.. )lar.-April.. .................................5.59 II
; t to Imagine, including thousands : Lamar to Whiting Hjer d IenryHjer. i I Give us a'triaL' We will appreciate April.M y......;..............;...........::5.110I I j ff
,. Lof the very old and helpless the sick I : ,W. half' of. block 145'New' C ty: business.REESEMEIIDELTAILORING. I May-June..........................562JoneJmly -
and the little 'chi! that the Japanese authorities are doing -,I Bohy: to Knowles Hjer. N j CO.. July-angnst .....:.......................... fM f (
1 1 The John \White Store all they can. but. this is pathetic-i half of block 321. New City, $1 and Anff st.September..................'.....5.63 11 J JI
.a I'ally little compared to' tha requirements other considerations. i i Phone 675. 1f N. Palafox St. September-October! ............ .......... .

of the nee '.t" They are instituting -I A. L. Green to J. S'mpn Reese. ,S. __ __n __ October-November ..'.............. ......5.51 I
Sffflallat In Men' Womr. for works : 30 ft. of lot 261..block' Old ] November-December :................. ....5,41DecemberJanuary I Private j!
1.1 large plans : public $5000. 30.; City I ........ ...........:...
Safes Safes!
205-207 S. Palafox Street I which will give employment to many t fy' Safes
will neos-1| C. A. Daw Liverpool Spots,5.;i.
poor; but these projects and Mary E. Daw 'to( J.

t !t Phone 225.CHAS.BLUM&.CO. I sadly oe sk'W of 'development-and! A. Daw. NWtf of block 60. West Kins.:. Buy Diebold Safes! New York Cotton Market. i I COTTON !
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.',;1 : starvation wn1! not wait. I Tract. 3oo. .
f'' 4 -------NIii !--, 0; Mrs. Gurney !3inford. a devoted mrs-l) Mallory Kennedy and W. ABlouut. Open High Low Cose: -
Scarritt Moreno March.............. 1021: $ 162 10.21 JC 28
sionary of the Friends' persuasion relates Jr. to Maxent Land Co, t :
M y..f._.........U3> 1015 1035 10.4
in sim i languageS tragedy lots 15. 16 and 'frae. lot 14. block 41 Agent. laS/.,.:............ 1050 less10.45( 105 .
;Iii IiiIi more thrilling than ,any fiction or' of Maria Machado or Gregora: Caro October.........;..1.1.10 .1014 1007 101 2 Reference: :
: drama, which has just ten place I' two Arpent Tract being a part of D'uember..10,14 10.W 10.14 10.1New .

I before her ejesr but. of which she what is now know as Donelson Tract., York Spots. 11.05 ..........
learned too 'late to be of service. In $350.Off. New Orleans 10W
a district near' her there lived an T. E. Welles to R. M. Gary- beginning Florida and Alabama Wheat. -

honest industrious farmer who. with at a point at the '1SW corner of Open High Low Close ,
Ii his family were brought to the lasti the' VIdal Tract. See. 33 T. 1 S. R. 30 LAND COMPANY )by i7 M. ..:n HEW !

extremity Everything nad gone to' W.. and running N. 53 decrees,. E., Julyr.TTi''JL'.ns 18 77>i %
procure the pittance which wouldkeep 14.84 chains thence N 24 degrees 25' :. Manufacturers of *
them together for one more W., 1065 (chains thence S. 65 degrees and Dealers in Corn. .
day at last the father said. SAWED CYPRESS Open fliich Low Close W. f
and LUMBER SHINGLES f.
11QTS)6) QTS 35' W. 1780 chains, thence along W ...........
"We have never begged-we cannot AND} KII-N-ERIED..8AP. 1Iay. 434 t'31 (S1!. J3%
now We must die! of starvationfleotflere line of Vtdal Tract topoint of. beg'n.ning. : July__... ......4j <37' 43*.. 4J:*.
$49 20 acres. Sl3 O. --.: !
,00 Is no ;nope for us.:- So
W.I.. Carney to Southern State Ausley & Co's. Daily Cotton Letter. fmmsmm/mm
he travelea' wearily the hill, his
up Lumber Co. a right of 'way 50 ft. New York, Mar. 15.-Even the most
wife and .two children by his side, '
wide commencing at a pent 653 ft S. SHIPPING.NEWS radical bear seems to taink cotton Is I THE I i
and together they ,flung themselvesfrom
a cliff at the baof which their of NE corner of NW%' of NWlYoSec. low enough in the face of the coming .
13. T. 5 N. R. 32 W.. thence N. Census Bureau report of amount ginn. -
dead bodies afterwards discovered _
Mrs. Binford were adds: "There are 33 degrees 15' E. 15i5 ft.:, thence on. a ..: ed to to3 published on next Tuesday.While i i
I curved'Jlne 4 degrees to left 164 ft. to y : it is true that most of the reports -
suicides. The rea'Japanese
so .
many; many VESSELS IK fCRT.Steamship
war is only just bginnlng; Sec. line thence from 'a nt.1156. ft .' from tbs! source have been a i
there are so many widows and orphans .I E. of NW corner of See, 13 on a curved source of'disappointment the longs 1

so:; many maimed and disable! line .degrees to the left 686 ft., Dordrecht Dutch ss,.JTeensma, 1920.'FunchaL' during ,the winter the bears evidently f the
I soldiers who are fighting the grim thence. on a curved line.2"decrees .' do not care, to crowd matters much date
E'nemyStarvation./ Yes the war is the .left 350 ft.. thence N 8 degrees 45' Dorothy. Br ss'Whyte,15 46,-Mobile farther untO they see what this .report : '
4 I onjy) beginning." W. 1050 ft., thence from a point 2243 E. O. Saltmarsh, .,Br ss. Rogers. will show; and th longs ,fear coal

517 AND 519 WEST BAY ST.. The Christian Herald has just received ft. E. on Sec. line from N. W. 'corner 2319 Liverpool to Gulf Transit Co. that history1 might repeat it elf. Th; sift,
I from th, ,Rev. Mr Loomis! .of Sec. 12.-N.'8 degrees 45' W. 5358 ft. I lolanthe. Br ss, Hodgson. 1943. St most conaervatlre-traders think there : ,
JACKSONVILLE. FLA. representative in Japan .of the American thence 1716 ft. E. on T. line from NW I Vincent to Gulf Trat! 'Co.' will be plenty' of cotton to go around ,

.-. .- Bible Society tha first samples comer of Sec. 1 T..5 N R. 33 W., J150 Mgiiel de Larrinaga, Br ss, Thompson. -but they. thlnk.'U is well worth pres- A it
I of Japanese "hunger bread" receivedin I I !, 2668. Manchester, ent prices with the world's needs at t tee

Professional! Directory America If It were but possibleto Gives Health Vigor, and Tone. Weardale. Br ss,,. bfnier 1749. St i near 12,000,000; bales and the shortst'i }. pose
put fragments of these specimens Herbine is a boon for sufferers'from Vincent .:'JLghlpa. a certain! extent agree with. them
of food to.which human beings are reduced anaemia. By Its use the blood is on this. The5 general feeling in this signal.'C
I THOS. PEBLEY Orpheus, Aust ) Tries. respect is causing the extreme (l.nn- i |
upon the tables of the, great quickly regenerated and the color sWpV Iedanict i. :
LAW REAL ESTATE. LOANS AND hearted American people not .one: becomes normal The.drooping te- ,:;.' 4 ness in the. markets the outsider beIng
COLLECTIONS- more word of appeal would be need strength Is revived.. The languor Is I Barn... .' conspicuous his! absence. ,J : Phone :

PALAFOX AND ROMANA.. ed from pulpit or press to bring into diminished. Health: vigor and tone Ann, M. 'ital blAJcese! ,. 868, Ha Liverpool this morning was 'better t
PHONE 553. the Relief Treasury 'money. in super- predominates. New life and happy vana. than expected coming only 4 ;points 4...........
< downon while contracts were
bI bundance from Maine to California. activity results. Mrs. Belle H. Shriel: G'urli.! Rus bk. Blomberg; 702 Bar. advanced 2 spots points. On account of the :
The most forlorn tramp by the 'Way. Middlesborough, Ill., '
writes I have baaoes to Pensacola Lumber Co better cables markets opend alan
: stjle would turn in nauseated disgust been troubled with liver, : bk our i
complaint Pedro Lacave .spah Maristang. advanc of from 2 to 4 points shut
T. G. YATES M. DOPTICIAN from this; bake1' mixture formed ; j
and poor blood and have found nothing -509, Savannah: to RI 1tI. Robinson. I there 'was no snap to the market. and
.. I shrub sometimes of acorns sometimes of a to benefit me like Herbine. nJ Precursore, jbkaJchiafflno.. ,,, 1508 i while there was some little covering
root called tara of small
again hope never to be without It I have Genoa to Rosasco Bros. by scalpers who had sold yesterday
:. berries much like acorns, or dried wished that I had known of It in my 5illm.. Ital bk. Zeno 1220, South- lines. READ
306 THIESEN BUILDING t :he-market was on very narrow Nos.
radish Trains
and burdock
leaves-all boiled husband's life time"} to Rdsasoo Bros. .
50c. Sod! by hampton The disposition seemed to be a waiting .
) dried and pounded then mixed with a :B bk 2 4
Maitland
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Starthem ? 1272. look for little
one and We very
I i i very HttTe powdred rice, and made. Antwerp. from values until after 1l)5pm( : !' : : narPI
Morris DannheisserFormerly I into cakes or stewed. It is indeed re Schooners. change present 6:30am : :
"oltlng-it could not keep !life longin druggists.wcb the publication of the ginner's report. () I
localities the whole Lizzie E. Demison, Am ach. Peck, There. seems to be too much evidenceof 1l:4Mm I : :
some
population
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., ( of Dannheisser Bros.) l is sick. These samples were sent D 452 to master. __ *, a full, su.pplof cotton for the Immediate 7:25pm :
Pure Old Rye .and Bourbon Fine Horatio L. Baker. Am sch of spin :
Mohr, future requirements 8:00pm: : I
I Wines Beer ana Tobacco. on that the time twelfth the of heavy February snowfalls, and since with I All kinds that you want 720. Lagua to J. A. Merritt & Co. ners to encourage wide speculation.in 1:25am I : I, : '

Old Hickory Whiskey MySpecialty intense cold have cut off even such Thos. S. Dennison, Am echo Wade, favor 'of pnces. We think the interest 74aing( _I : ) :
1S29 Baltimore ;to order. is about evenly dividea'! now l
12 W. Zarragoasa Street. I meagre and pitiful means! of supply. AND to let 'prices advance 7:50pm: : I
PENSCAQLA. The Christian Herald has this week OAK PINE Barkentines.'Beatrice with a disposition 2Ham I : I I :
i FLORIDA.I sent $15,500 making a total .of $35 500 Am bktn. Casaveggio. 1430 somewhat in order to furnisha 1t'am? :!: I (
--- Rctterdam to Pensacola 'Lumber Co. better plans to sell on
gone to the famine field through this cheaper than you .cai.'buyIt ,
think the marketis
We inclined
t! Co11re11.; ; channel. The sum named formed the anywhere. Any size you are to
somewhat sold out and that a good
third remittance and 'was divided ; .
want. Cured Consumption.Mrs. I
FINE reaction is due, the necessarily large 6 &. 7 2&3.
PHOTOGRAPHS. thus $10,000 to the Japanese Red

Pensacola Fla.DON'T Cross tion with Society the provincial who work governments in conjunc-!! E.i: G. SEWELLPhone Kan.[ .writes B.. W.: My' Evans husband Clearwater lay sick for:I short cover Interest than the being long Fide more which likely has to. 10:45amj 7:00am| :: |[ \ | : : ( (

11' and they in turn. with the "sonchos"! three months. The, doctors sad! he been reduced.to strong holders. Altogether 6:00pm| 7:15am! !' | | !
'' had quick consumption. We procured the bears seem to have' the
or headmen of the -villages a unlI 614, :
t I! : a bottle of Ballard'sHorehound? Syrup situation well in hand and they them- 1
versallw' '
respected
anal trustworthy
I : .. ,, and |It cured him. That was selrss furnish the market with the -
ti bodY of men; $5.000 went direct taj) -., 21 I 5 I 1 J 'I r J :
six ,years ago and.since then we havealwa.s only support forthcoming in the natureofpur'hases I :
i BUY .iS'endai. in the heart of the starving J
; kept a bottle in the house. We to cover.Th'e !
population to be"used, for most urgent i
cannot do without it. For coughs and I weatler map was rather poor :TT.: 4:55 2:3))) .
cases by the committee, of which OFFICES colds it has no equal. ':25c! 50c and f 1. 'this morningshowing rain'! in most .. ... 5:00 2:35 / \
EL chairman
Rev. W. Lampe \\s and ,
Sold by all druggists.' < sections. Freezing weather in north ..... 5:07 2:41 :
I Rev. C. F. Davison treasurer; lastly Texas and the Territories. necessarily ..... 5:17j2:51 : :! l : ,
j: SHIRTS AND I $300 was sent to. Rev.. 'Mr. Loomis inTo'Zio ; MeT&jing :preparations for the new ....'. 5:5of: 3:0t
I whose work is in harmony Tourist Club.
of
Meeting crop and making October :aecidedly ..... 5:391; : ; : : : '
I with that of the Red Cross. The regular'meeting of the Pensaco- stronger than were the nearer options. ..... : .....( ;' !
I I A cable dispatch received this week FOR RENT la Tourist Club will be this afternoonat The market Is essentially a weatherone ..... .5; : : : : .
:. states: "Relief work progressing 2i0o'clock. at toe Chamber .of' and this 'Is' watched carefully by ..... *5:57 : .. \ !
1 TIES well: committee now in excellent .
Commerce rooms.' There will l also al classes of traders. .... : : : ; :
condition to do still more effectiveduty '.
be an entertainment by the tourists. We favor the long. side for the reason .-..;. .6:03: : \.
and to all funds entrusted
I use I and others at the same place! at 7:30: 'that we think, the market is sold! ..... .6:15\e'o:45 : ) : .
its famine
to The continues
:'i anyway wait till you see with unabated care. severity and help is I ...IN. this evening. All invited. out. '. ..... .6:2W3S1: : / : .. : / : / ]
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greatly nsedeta1. This tells the 6:293:54
ours. : story /
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':l I of present conditions. .Piteous appeal -| :: ]
cannot strengthen ,nor emphasize EXCURSION SATURDAY I IThe MaIi Co. IM PXo\ !I J I ::

;.iI: WE SELL SHIRTS I the appalling drama of human suffering -; BLOLINT BUILDING.Ve Grocery I.....'.. : : I I IJ.

AT 50. 75 cts. now being enacted in Japan. .If; Young People's Society of First, 604,. 606, 60S, 610 S. Palafox St. J....... : /
I these words fulfill their mission, they Presbyterian churcn will give' one of1, > hone 725. I..... ": ;
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AND $1.00 I will constrain generous hearts tosend -.. .. heir excursions:: Saturday morning at I... : .. :
r.. money necessary, to avert the \ : 9 o'clock. golngrt points of intereston II V. J. VIDAL, Manager.THE ........- : : : tp.
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I most pitiful crisis which the twen- ths ,bay and also to Milton on the H )ME OF GOOD THINGS TO ... .: : ; \
;and Ties at :20! 25:; and 50 tieth century has so far known. All \ are ready to rent*t Florence WHherbee. Fare for round I EAT S I..... .4: !\
Ci>nls.o use paying any gifts however small will be gratefully now !.. ..; : .
the offices in this' *fireproof trip :30c-; Refreshments. seized on Just Received: h.. {. .
more. acknowledged and will be trans steam heatt"d'el" ; c. boarlt'.. Halibut Chunks. Halibut Quick Lunch ,.... : '
mltt-ed by,cable to Japan through the .. ; 5C kit*. of fancy Mackerel J1.25 : :
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\\'e Invite the and lighted build
to
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Japan Famine Relief Work The i .S
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t,1 our Spring Suits-$7.50 ing. Tenants get lower
Christian Herald S3 to 144 Bible I I1.
to ?1500-two and three insurance rates.' It application GOOI\.SIDE\YAL KS 50 kits Salmon. 1.25 per kit. I. : : : :
New ,
York. .
1 ill' piece aults.i House. be made at.onc. in kite halibut.:ins $L25 per kit .. 1..1. : :
offices be :Mr. .MandeJvIIle., an expert cement 50 kits of Cod .Tongue and Sound -1-: )[ ; : [ ;
may arranged, : I. 1kG
n La Gripoe'and! Pneumonia. to suit tenants. AppUca-/, worker of. :35 years experience who J1.25 per'kIL.' A' ... : 1 /
i Pneumonia! often follows la grippe tions are made daily for /:. built.the elegant walk through R. E. Bloaters, Milkers and Roes .Herring -. ... ./
; but never follows the use of FoI r's choice locations,*'Always Lee square has gone Into business! Codfish. Pickled- Salmon. Dill Pickles, :J..... ....
'i Honey and Tar. It cures la grippe ready to show }* "and with Mayor Bliss. If you want a flrsti German Sauer KrouL J..... .... : 4
I pall.$ Fet In kits $ .0o>. 8:13...
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coughs and prevents pneumonia and class.'-walk built see these gentlemen j j4mar3L Pigs 1."l'
consumpton.! Ask for Foley's Honey prices. ., ..... .. ){anew 11 and' Lange's Fruit Cake ..... .... .
r H. 0. ANSON and Tar and refuse any substitute of- National Biscuit Co's Fruit Cake 25c ..... ..... : .

fered. )tr. ,G. 'Vacher, .of 157 Osgood .4- 'ambla Lodge No. 15, F. A A. M.I' per; pound. ..!........ :: .
St.. Chicago writes:' **My wife had a Special communication of V/Q handle the celebrated blends of ..... .... :'

severe case of la grippe three years I Escambia1Lodge--XO. 15. F, &= Coffee roUted by the Gulf city CoffeeCo. ..... .... .
H. P.' Chlpman. Manager.
CASH CLOTHIER, ago. and it left with a terrible A. M. will be held Friday lb. ..... ...! : .
35c Gold
Ofxaca. ; Standard. 25c ..... .... .
!t cotfgh. She tried a bottle of Foley's evening Ma"* 16; at 7i30: Diamond Blend. 25c lb .
1 Honey and Tar 'an,)it ;ave'ber Imme- Hooton & Watson o'clock. Work In- tb? EJ. A. degree. lb; lb. ; Golden ;.; .... ; ,

I 5 'I Corner Palafox and Main i diate relief. A ,50 cent bottle cured Visiting brethren fraternally invited: Rio.Strictly JOe fr.sh roasted I and as good .....)....... ./ .. ;

1;. I her 'cough entl lrR fuse substi : C. D. BEYER .$ any Coffee sold In this city. I..... .. \ .JI
tutes. W. A. D'Alemberle, drugg-st: W. M.Secretary. I I I
W.
..Ii-., G. DAILEY. Send us jour orders and we win deliver _
and
43 apothecary, Agents- : .. promptly. Trains stop on

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