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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 17, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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SATURDAY
PENSACOLA FLORIDA, ,MORNING MARCH 17. 1906. PRICE, C -ITS

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MAY ALSO TAKE UP I FORTY CHARRED BODIES DOCTOR ARRESTED- .




THE PANAMA CANAL \ IN RIO GRANDE WRECK I ON MURDER CHANGE;



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of House I !-H :f.fiHfl .
Chairman Hepburn, .
Prominent Nashville
Practitioner

Commerce Not ** RUSSIA AN WILL IMMENSE FLOAT LOAN 7.1 MINE Passenger Trains, Banning at ;z BRITISH STEAMER
Committee on
S WORKERS RIDDLED WITHBUCKSHOT ** IS HARD AGROUND $ Accused 'of Killing Mrs.
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Satisfied With Hearings.Does By Associated- Press. i High Speed, Collide 'lead-on & By Associated Press. 3

lib Berlin Mar. 16.-The Russian 7iAtlantic City; N. J. 16. Rosa Mangrum.
Mar. iS ito .
& loan ,that will be issued VS Near Adobe, CJI.} The British steamer Cearense '3

after the Moroccan question # UPHOLD JOHNMITCHEll AT & from Para to New. York struck a'
Not Believe Cromwell Has is settled will amount to two g. '
& on the shoals near Island ?; Evidence Him Said Be
hundred Against to
and fifty million) dollars 7o BIJAMED it- Beach today and is still hard *

Right to Refuse Answers. and possibly more. The Sa OPERATOR aground. 3

same German British 'French i} a The steamer carried twenty- *; Very Strong.

.* and American banking, syndi- ?. lA5S. one passengers, who were tak. % .
& cates which were represented # en oft by' the breeches buoy <;. J

IF BALANCE OF COMMITTEE ** in the negotiations going on before & Failed to Deliver Orders. to the ;b late this afternoon. ENORMOUS CROWDS IN COURT.

SHARES HIS OPINION HOUSE disorders broke out in The vessel is lying easy and 3
." 1>ia, will be invited to partici- ROOM AND STREET DUFHNa
1 I West Bound Train.
MAY TAKE UP INVESTIGATION 1 pate. fj Endorse Action in Removing Dolan -4 Coley Wadkins Killed by Jim Dan-. ** cargo and nuts.of rubber/JCargo sugar and vessel hides 3; PROCEEDINGS-AGED FATHEROF

-LIVELY SESSION IN HOUSETO *"k
rfFft'GRAYSON
are fully insured. *% DEAD WOMAN ATTEMPTEDTO ,,
and Bellingham from Officein MANY KILLED BY TERRIFIC, IMPACT forth as Result of Dispute *
PREVENT PASSAGE OF BILL r GET AT
AND FJRE ADDED TO HOR &ft... 'J :aka PRISONER-.REIE.AS- c
ABOLISHING THE RANK OF Pennsylvania.By Over Small Matter. ED ON TEN THOUSAND DOLLAR

FROM ROR OF CATASTROPHEDEADAND' ,.
UEUT. GENERAL. BOND. .

Associated Press. INJURED 'BROUGHT TO Special to The Journal. COUNTY Will BE I 4

Indianapolis Mar. 16.-The special PUEBLO WORK ;'OF RESCUE Chlpley, :Mar. 16.-Jim Danforth

By Associated Press. I national convention of the United killed Coley Wadkins to-day at Glass By Associated Press <

Washington Mar. 16.-Chairman GREENS LASTNIGHT line Workers of America this HINDERED BY COLD. : AND SNOW with a double-barreled shot gun, 36 Nashville, Tenn.. Mar I .r-- Dr. J..,

Hepburn! of the House Committee on I afternoon endorsed the action of the i. buck shot taking effect in the body, 9 Herman Feist !was arrested, hem t today

Interstate and Foreign Commerce Is : executive board in sustaining the 'find STORM. of which pierced the heart VERY MUCH charged 'With the murder of Jfta-

no satisfied with the Panama canal : ing of President John Mitchell in the The trouble is said to have started Rosa Mangrum. whose body watt:{

Dealings of the .Senate Committee on matter of ousting, Patrick 'Dolan and < over Wadkins getting water fromDanforth's found In the Ohio River ,:near Cairo. <

inter-oceaaic Canals and if Mr. Hep Uriah Bellingham from the presidency By Associated Press,( well.' HI., six weeks ago. r'

burn's committee shares his opinion: and vice presidency: of district No. Pueblo Colo, Mar. 16.-A numberof Will Wadkins. a brother of the dead Dr..Feist- s a,well known and prom- .
man was an eye witness to the shoot '
nn ihe subject canal hearings before 5 of western Pennsylvania. As far as AICHER meat physician here and his west;
lives, variously! estimated at from ing. -
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caused a profound sensation. There
the House Committee are not un- the national organization is concernedthis T
Ilk '!y. ends the Dolan case. Only the I twenty to thirty-five were snuffed out The trial'coroner's the jury charge held of Danforthfor premea'itated pence against him is said to ber ry
upon
Mr Hepburn does not believe that Many Persons Witnessed Indoor pleas of President Mitchell and Sec- early today in a head'on'collision: of murder., strong.

William Nelson Cromwell has any retary W. B. Wi'son! prevented the expulsion two passenger trains near".Adobe Col. Danforth admits the crime and says Attorneys' fa the cue late nib afternoon <

ngtu; [to decline to answer many of Baseball Game at the i of Dolan from the organ'za-: on the Denver and Rio Grande Rail be intended to kill Wadkins. He If ,the Ruling of State Auditor len thousand agreed dollars to Fehst's bond release This ball on

the questions proposed to him concerning tion.t road, and several of the victims were madano attempt to escape and is now !was furnished after dome delay: and

saes his)[part r. Cromwell in the canal has refuse projectand ] Y.: M. C. A. Incinerated beyond identification by in jail at Marianna. Amos, Regarding Commissioners Dr. Feist was released from custody'

to answer inquiries which called for NEGRO HANGED fire that destroyed- the* wrecked An "enormous crowd surged into the
Holds. court room and out into the etreet'durin
that cannot be coaches. More than injured SEVERE STORM
information regardedas a score, were the proceedings and excite'

professional secrets. The V. M, C. A's. first game of indoor IN GEORGIABy but all will probably recover. ment ran high when J. EL M *en. th.'

I baseball was played in the Asso- The wreck was due undelivered, IN CALIFORNIA aged father of the dead woman made
RALLY TO DEFEAT I ciation gymnasium last night. The mountain Escambia county will 'be richer by an attempt to get at the prisoner, The
orders, heavy i grades a
THE PRINCE BILL several thousand dollars, provided. the agitated; old man was removed from
contending teams the Green'sand
were Associated Press. blinding snow storm sharp curve and By Associated Press. ruling of State Auditor Amos hold the room by an officer and'an outsider'
Washington; Mar. 16.-For an In- the Grays. The line-up of the the slippery condition of the rails. powerful looking man, mad
a 4 more
Washington Ga., Mar. 16-Richard Fresno CalMar.. 16.:-A storm ofunprecedented : good. This is to the effect that a
ram in the House today there was a I teams was as follows: Andrew, a negro was hanged here I Only the locomotives, 'baggagecars severely has been ragIng aa if to come to Mason's assistance.The .
in the vigilance of those who [county commissioner cannot draw officer drew his the
lapse Greens-rW. S. Garfield, captain and re.and
this afternoon for having criminally I and day coaches were ,wrecked thesleeping for sixty ours and the region be-
pace been on guard to prevent lh'lila1lon pitcher! ; J. S. Reese catcher; C. F. assault the five year old daughterof '" tween San Joaquin and King's! RiverIs ( from the county more than 1100 per demonstration ceased.Dr. .
which take the : cars escaping almost un- i known FeIst declined to discuss the
would away Zeek, first base; Thos. V. Hannah, J .B. Roberts in this county on the : threatened with the greatest rood 5 ear.. This ruling was made
rank of lieutenant general in the army afternoon of January 26. scratched, as in, the Edendisaster: on of years. The fall of snow in the some weeks ago, and the presentBoard'of' case in any manner, meeting all questions -
and the chances of Generals Corbin,.second!: base! ; Dr. J.,H. Pierpont third the same road in 1901, *ten e part of Dountalnsex, eds all records,. with the same reply} : "I have.
Commissioners tm-
and McArthur 1 for promotion.Mr. I I base; ,, B. Ferriss, short stop; B. a train ran into .the flooded canyon } :y a. ,..County- nothing to say"
mediately returned to the all
Prince, of Illinois, whose bill treasnry
P. Bache center field; J. R. Kellar, FRENCH COAL ..
Abolishing; the grade in question is I left field. through a washed out bridge.Today's COL. ELLIOTT TOMARK In excess of the $100 which they had COL J. M. FALKNER

the regular order of business under disaster was made more drawn and which amounted in itself

'he call] of committees slipped into I I Grays-Chas. W. Gray captain and MINER. STRIKEBy horrible by the manner of death ofmany THE GRAVES to a neat sum. This was paid however .

the legislative 1 breech., There was an short stop; Geo. P. Wentworth passengers. Fire swept the NOW IMPROVINGWELL
under protest and the matter
immediate call to arms on both sides. pitcher; Dr. J. W. Higgins catcher; ,
wreck, engulfing the victims in a caldron -
called to the attention of the governor
and for three hours the friends of the
Fred W. Marsh first base; W. B.
generals filibustered against the bill. Associated Press of flame and leaving only charred By Associated Press. as the boana1 does not construe the

The net result was the previous Sheppard second base: ; Roy Douville" Lyons Frailce. Mar. 16.-The miners,. and blackened bodies to tell! the, tale Washington r. 16.-Col. William law as does the state auditor. KNOWN MONTGOMERY CIT.
third base; Dr. Wilmer S. Hall, center strike due to their protests againstthe of slaughter. Elliot of Beaufort S. Ca former
ordered on the bill and
question
Not only were the members of the IZEN WILL SOON BE ABLE
amendment pending, offered by Mr.]I field.The management of the mines previous -: The trains met 011 a sharp cure congressman, has been selected com'missioner
Gros>enor, which extends the time score was as follows) : Grays to the great disaster at Courrier and were less than two hundred yards I II to mark the. graves of Con present board called upon to make TO RESUME HIS DUTIES.
on March 10, is extending. About' federate soldiers who died in northern good but members of the old board.
of the operation of the bill so as to '
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allow the of the officers 30 runs; Greens runs. thirty thousand men are out. I (Continued on Page Five) I prisons during the civil war. Some of these have exceeded the $100 f
promotion [ The feature of the game were the The Montgomery LJouroal of Thursday
nani-d limit by large amounts the refund evening contained the following

batting of Mr. Sheppard the base I demanded tn one or two instances article which win be read with, inter

running of Tom Hannah the buntingof reaching over $500. :All of the old est by Col. ) lkneT"a' many friends *

PREDICTION OF Geo. Wentworth, the grandstand members have signified their intension in West Florida:

playing of Fred ,Marsh the first base of making good the amounts due Colonel Jefferson :M. Falkner, who

RAIN FOR SUNDAYCLOUDY playing of Mr. Zeeka :}'Dr. Pierpont'o the county but so far have not doneso. has been ill for the past: two ;years
ano) almost continually confined, to
sllaes from third base to the home c The question which is now discusser his room is now on the road to recor-

] plate to be called out by the umpire ( ( by members of the board, aa ery and it is expected that he will

WEATHER IS EXPECTED I every time. 1 1 AL ('OQR Pp we'll' as others is how far back does soon health.be enjoying his usual good

The game was well patronizedthe this ruling extend and how many previous -
This will be pleasant. and gratify.
TO PREVAIL TODAY-LIGHT c
accommodations the hall being: h' : boards does it cover. It it includes I ing news to Colonel Faulkner's

VARIABLE WINDS. taxed to their full capacity and e"crypatron more than the two boards mentioned friends throughout the state, and they

of the game was delighted. fu it will have the effect of are legion. '

former commissioners.bring-I' For many months during his Ions
ing more
illness! Colonel Faulkner's condition
<*lo dy weather today and rain to- \t1 the matter and more money
BIG CASE WASARGUED was. thought to be critical and the
marrow is the forecast of the weather IIlilidMflI
.
\ county treasury.It : greatest alarm at times wag felt by
officials for Pensacola and vicinity. whena and friends But Colonel
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HERE has always 'been the custom 1 his family
This from Washington
forecast was wired
commissioner went out Into his district -I Faulkner has been a. strong man, a
last night and from all appearances -
with will and
to Inspect roads and ,bridges or, man great force power;
will] prove correct The minimum to look after county business that he: and it was his ability to endure phi
Pensacola for
temperature at CASE OF PORTLAND CHEMICAL be allowed per diem and mileage for i sical pain and suffering that' brought
tie! twelve hours preceding the issuance Tlo 1.RootsvP him through the crisis of his disease
his work but under the ruling of the
,.... I
of %be map yesterday dropped CO., VS. E. E. BLODGETT WAS state auditor this must not exceed and his friends are rejoicing with his
'\to\n to 12 degrees with a maximum ) commissioners family at his rapia1",: convalescence and
u'' 72 in his 1 BEFORE JUDGE SWAYNE.A t tI 'y1juia $100 per annum. The I
Weather Observer! Reed, Illd believe the ruling to every indication of his ultimate and
however do not
I
summary, yesterday said: I r 1111 ? correct and think that the' complete recovery;
_.. FRONT. I bj> a one, I'
The depression which was o\ertho I IIII governor will set the matter right. There is no more lovable man In
I
Carolinas Thursday morning is now I case involving about $70,000 was I ll Alabama than Colonel Faulkner, none

I'assijjg' over Maine; it has caused i before Judge Charles Swaynein { lift j"'i il more generally respected and widely
heavy now from Maryland northeastward argued I I{ li l'ti WAS THROWN : beloved. 'iRe has devoted his life togood
Snow Is still falling In KanMs. the United States Court Thursday. t deeds, and hU ability and patriotism

Missouri and Illinois. The plateau It was that of the Portland Chemical t FROM WAGONYOUNG his pure life high purposes,

< disturbance has moved southeastWard Company vs. E. R Blodgett and came have made him an Important factorin
and is the Rio Grande Alabama In its growth and development -
entering to this court from, Levy county.
valley its been diminish- ; but a monument that will
; energy has The proceeding was to enforce the stand for him.for all time is the Jff'erson -
ed by the southerly advance of the ,MAN F/IOM MYRTLE
purchase money lien on a large and M. Faulkner Soldier's Home at
northwestern
high pressure area; tem- i91.riot.
jxratures having fallen decidedly from I valuable tract of phosphate land inLevy ; OROVE RECEIVED PAINFUL' Mountain Creek, which he founCexA:
\ 1 and to which he donated the beautiful
I
f\ada and Utah northeastward which had been con
county,
/( ffJjY INJURIES YESTERDAY.A forty acres of land upon which the
through South Dakota the coldest be-1
tracted for and upon which a large 51 home it bultIf
to* :.M: degrees below zero In north- SARDInE
II amount had been paid. Colonel Faulkner's health continues
"''''
1''rn Wjoming; It is also much I Case occupledthe attention of Martin of to Improve as it bait within the
\0 v The man named near
'this in gulf then young
morning east weeks he will within short
":,;:;at,* and the south Atlantic coast I I.t. the court all of the day Horace Bis- Myrtle Grove, h lying In St, Anthony' past few a
l JArli'I'TO serious time: be able to resume his duties a*
5L' frosts being observed in west- beet of Jacksonville representing the ?f hospital in quite a, district: attorney of the Louisville Ik
the result of being
ffl k condition,
as
Wto Carolina and central Mis- plaintiffs and Maxwell & Reeves the '. afternoon Nashville railroad a position he has

'''' L thrown from a wagon yesterday
'jj'pj l it is cloudy and warmer In defendant. of Bomana and filed so long and faithfully to the

utflern[ Texas. The conditions are The headquarters of the chemical at the corner His exact condition road. During his illness! the responsible
Reus streets.
Uvorable for partly cloudy weatherWith company are In Boston, and it Is un- l ascertained. many and varied duties of the
be
l 1At variable winds over this, derstood that the defendant in the cannot yet with Ebbin' office have fallen upon the shoulders
Martin was In a wagon
vie!pity tonight and Saturday." case is also of that city. also of Myrtle Grove when of Hon. George:; W. Jones 'Who has:endeavored

Judge Swayne. after hearing the arguments Brown accident, occurred. The two had to follow in ,the) footsteps of

GRAND I took the ,case under advisement ::41 the been in the city for some. hours and his able and greatly beloved chief.GREENEGAYNOR ..

LODGESELECTS had started home anaJ "were going at
a very rapid pace along, Reuu xtreec

: : ORLANDOSpecial ACADEMY BURNED At the corner of Romana street the
I horse which had been whipped be
Jt came'excited and attempted to turn DEFENSE BEGINS

AT SHREVEPORTBy 1 ,Nod:. ; into that street. This caused Martin

to The Journal. __. /c ;' to lose his balance and be landed on
Palatka Mar '- : his head in a ditch. He was unconscious By Associated Press.Savaanah .
16.-The Grand Loa'ge:
Mar. 16.-After sixty
of time and -was' takento ,
for some
Florida.
Knights of Pythias adj.urned .
of either preliminary proceedings
Associated Press. days >
this evening after one of tho the hospital. conduct of the Green.
Vincent's doing the driving, or actual
16.-St. was
most who
Shreveport La. Mar Brown
,
interesting
and enjoyable ses1.on.'ii EVER NOTICE- .
trial the government early
y for' fast and Gaynor
thirty the police
,, established, was 'arreSted by <
: In the history of Pytafcmkni in Acaiamy \ r
ago was destroyed: by fire this after HOW WE WILL PALL OVER OURSELVES. TO GIVE A PUBLIC FR AXCHISE AWAT TO SOME CORh&RATIONAND and reckless cTiviag.; and .held in the this afternoon closed its case. Tbs

Orlando was selected as the place nook The loss is sixty thousand dollars WHEN WE ARE HANDED INFERIOR SERVICE IN RETURN "THAT ALL' WE WANTTO : city jail without bond pending. the defense immediately began the Introduction
of evidence.
WT the and insurance twelve thousandfive condition of the injured man.. .
meeting of the Grand Lodge
loUt DO IS JUST TO GRUMBLE AND KICK?
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J; CONDEMED AS FOOD FOREIGNERS RUSSIA.


; $ Obstacles ,.That, Are Placed..> IB the Them fLORIDA OPPORTUNITIES; 'Name Them

NEARLY EVERYTHING WORTH EAT Way InTe tlatlon.. '" '
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of Their --- -
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ti iNG HAS BEEN UNDER A BAN. 'In relating an interview with a Russian !
$50.00 IN GOLD PRIZES.
'
i official Ernest I'oole says: : -

FI'oDa the Da?* of ,Adam There Has "The.. chancellor smiled. publishes monthly "Magazine Opportunities." It is
Company
'a The Jacksonville Development called t
Been Sot Only Forbidden Fruit, but 'Xot:long .gohe) replied, gentle It Is'' devoted to Florida and .S Js published, for the purpose of presenting' those opportune
"Florida Home.
.. 'Forbidden man came here with Just such a letter.
Meat and Vegetables.The Is' tnterest It-'offerk'hoth.ng but :
Development
; Company
/ whiCh the Jacksonville
proposition
;
Peculiar Belief of TatemUm." But .melnwhlIe, the governor:: bad received specificaUy. In that are safe. Our publication is advertised throughout,the United States
{ii' I 'different ord.>rs' fromjsonie one of the hIghest merit Jested Union, Scores of requests for it ,a nd
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people in every .$tate iiu'the rCa1iforn1 o.m Maine
.' From the days or Adam and Eve to else In"Petersburg. Tbe gentleman did is being! sought. after.by : to

the present time there has been not not see the peasants.' RlSTlS our office every PPORTUNITIES-mat day. they? We want all the people of Florida _
STATE OF are .
I' forbidden I FL A artlcnlarly
only fruit but forbidden .
'Let's get out of this I said speaking the farmers of Flor'.da-to interest themselves in telling those of other States what Florida offers,
meats
'ft @) and vegetables. For one reason low In'English. 'Let's hire a sleigh can offer the homeseeker and Inv stor-the large investor and the small ,investor. The articles must be short II!

or another people have resolutely and Just begin looking as.we did in (not over 300 words), to tha po'nt. honest and accurate.: They must net contain individual advertising matter
.d refused, to eat any and all kinds. of least"'we or section for a particular
those other' villages. At can attractiveness- advantages of a.particular cjty. or. town Industry,
though :
JLhe
4 Wbfct kind of Oxfords are.those w*:I flesh fish. fowl fruits and plants. see ip lloo.r- Q.:
y something before we get local conditions may l>e dwelt upon. t- > '
I are featuring in our wIndow? Thus the apple the pear the strawberry "Unfortunately the chancellor caught FIFTY DOLLARS. IN GOLD-To make. It worth While, Jacksonville,Development Company-will ;,

1 -KEITH'S be the quince, the bean' the onion the my meaning. In ..gold prizes for the best short artc'es: on his'8ubject. as follows:"first prize. $20; Second 'prize, $10'e ,,',
KONQUERORS. to I!
4 sure. WORTH showing. Better wortbbu'lng 1 I leek the asparagus s, the woodpecker:: "'If you try to see the peasants by prize, $5: and fifteen przes: of $1 each. The articles will be judged In this omce. :The ontest Win lose April 1.;

and wearing. the pigeon the goose the deer the bear GOOD HEALTH yourself said *you will not only be NOT A LITERARY CONTEST-This 10. not a'contest in which fine English or rhetoric plan any part

t the turtle and the eel-these. to name watched, by the police but some at 's a contest merely.in knowledge of facts and conditions and a plain matter-of-fact way 'of telling them. .t:

< FOR MEN, only a few eatables, have. been avoided -' depends upon good food more least of thi peasants to whom you,-talk want nothing but facts. No fancies. -

i as If unwholesome or positively InJurious than' medicine. We have will be our spies. We hare,telephones 00 YOU WANT "FLORID HOME-It costs 12 cents a year.to. pay postage on our magazine alone, QJ.

For Men, $3,50 and $4. to health and digestion.As ALL THE GOODIES to every village, and at two, hours at ; counting the expense of producing It. 'If you want it sent to you regularly-and It may interest and bene.yousend *".,
all c nts. to, he'p pay postage. and It will go to you regularly. .
know ten
we the Jews have
long I I II
that make the table attractiveand latest we shall know not only whom
if have anything to sell or exchange
9 HAVE YOU TO SELL?-Incidentally, you matters
Styles. had a "hereditary antipathy to pork. On WHAT, no
the have also what
add
the necessary finthiag'touch you seen but you yourselves \\-hat-so the proposition Is InFl rida. and one of tnerlt-biing it tojhe attention pf our Investment Depar.
other I
hand swine's flesh ;
,
was highly to the meal. I have said.. Meanwhile 'you will

esteemed by the ancient Greeks and Sweet Pickles, Sour Plckl s, have been seized and thrown into a village menL

MEYER SHOE COMPANY Komans. This fact is revealed by the Relish Chow-Ctowr Pickled I l jail awaiting;: our 'orders.' He Jacksonville Development Gompany Jacksonville Pla.

,,p many references to pig as a dainty bit I Onons! S'panish Queen Olive's smiled grimly. 'Our village police 'are ,

of fOOd.' At the great festival held an- Stuffed Olives, India Relish, rough fellows.. They would doubtless REFERE.NCES-Any Jacksonville Bank, Dun or Bradstreet ,

j Feet Furnishers For Folks, npally: in honor of Demeter roast pig Celery Salad. Catsup India I flog you both In Jail before we could'in .. -
was''the Chutney, Chili Sauce Tonfato _
102 South Palafox St.DANCE piece de resistance In the bill)) form them who you were., Of course I n
Soup Preserved Fruits, Pure I .
of
fare because the
pig was the sacred we should be for this and should
.. animal 'of Demeter Aristophanes in Jelly, Apple Buttle French Mustard I reprimand them.sorry But In the meantime. right angles to said Eastern line of' same either -with virtified brick or

The Frogs" makes one of the char. Salad Dressing, Horse Rad-) Legal Advertisements Jefferson Street the distance of Two I concrete base with a hard finish RJ'
you see, would have been flog
acters hint that some of the others 'ish, Pure Olive OUr I you Hundred and Forty ((240) feet, thence a: slant to the center where there rjr

"smell of roast pig.?' These people undoubtedly C ged.E'erylJody's Magazine. In Escambla County Circuit Court,'''I t( run Southerly 'and parallel with the be a 'gutter One and one-half (ii iu' )
had State of Florida. In Chancery. An-'J' Eastern line of Jefferson Street to 'the inches deep, Ten ((10)) inches nifcJt

Monday March 19 known the been at the festival ROSENAU GERElDS DEADLY POISONS.Some nie Thorsen vs. The unknown heirs'(' North line of Church Street the botlon and Fourteen ((14)) i ijej

,,p as Thesinophoria, and had --.--- I of John McCree anj: against all parties -I I The Southern line of said port'on: of wide at the top, the City agrees 4

z$ C. K:. ef A. HII eaten freely of roast pig. Those who The Fancy Grocers, Queer Druzs and the Uses to claiming an interest in.the West:I Caurca: S'reetshaH begin at a pointon : the .said_.street shall always remj"
toot!!::: part !n atotter Greek mystery or 43 feet of Arpent lot 67, Old (."1ty ol street of- from-
Fifteen
; !!y... Phone 391 Penaicola.to Which .TJ eyAiPnt; ,, the Eastern line of Jefferson Street a aad cnl'-h1r:
f f&stiva'.!, b aws as. the mc"sins! jibI \ Dr: __-- "Tte \czo3J f 'c! the rattlessaie: : hast Pensacola.;: On Monday, the'25th day- Forty (40)( ) feet' Sout.b.or ,the Southwest (15%) to Sixteen oz-i o:: _

Pensacola Temple, No. !14, I I stained fron cartaia fscd _.*d, abate: p aa tcowr: to czre locsrioto? ataxia: of Way, A: D.' 190C the defendants are Corzer cf let "X" fcezce ran, (lei!:)' Test'UtdS:"that tie Cuyiijisaistaia.

Rathbone' Sisters. ': all from beans. **nd scarlet .fever. ," said a che ist. I required to appear to.the bill !ed: rai'erly ;t.rijht angles to tie East-' the ssiti avene: or: era

| Again as we all khow. m.ce are *-*-I the "bashiianIanzetuZ "Homeopathic' physicians oftea( against them herein,, This' order ta; eru Jine: of Jefferson Street; the dia-- eflually'>desirable; that,:it will zeej
and the <<:
dog.
Barrios' Orchestra. 'I teemed lu China and iu omt.. parts,ot "prescribe I be published once each: week for i I an. .e of Two H! J1fred. '(200) feet,' construct nor :permit to be constrict.
Prize for best Lady and Gentleman I I India I .but the audtut Kgjptiairt; ; "those! who Lave an autipathy to theelephant. it. twelve ((12): consecutive weeks inTho 1'Jie'itc'e. run 'SoutherlylId parallel! sidewalks.,. in.said street ant, tint
j .
In other words the members "You know ,the curara the deadly "' published 1 it
Dancer..Admission. Greeks and Jews abhorral mice and Pensacola Journal, a newspaper wit.Jt' tha: 'Eastern" line -bf Jetl'eTsonstreet ;jwlll never. .pe/mit to be construct
of these stocks! refuse to eat'thelrotems poison that tbe South American Indians In'said' Escambla', County.t.. tfiereupon any steam or street tu
would not touch thfe distance Forty (40)) feet
mouse meat. Hats and J
I 35c. I field! mice wore sacral In old Egypt the zebra. tbe leopard: and the smear on their arrow tips? Well M. McMillan, Clerk Circuit.Court by thence run at fcght; angled to said line line,.telegraph{ or telephone' or ant

and elephant from which they take their curara is very helpful In hydrophobia. L 'G. Aymard D., Pensacoia. ,. Fla,' Easterly to the Western line of Com- other wire bearing'poles.Section .
#*# #* *** *# ** were. not to be eaten on this ac names. "There is a seaweed caled 'bladder- Feb. 22, 1906.) : 24feboawl2wks. 3.. That no vehicle shan

count.the So. too. in some parts of Greece, The survival of antipathy io certain wrack.' They make of this an anti- I mendencia, Section 2.Street, That all Ordinances anti enter thesaid street, except: from the
mouse was the sacred NOTICE OF.SALE. .
r \to PIANOS AND ORGANS. animal of North end thereof, or pass ont of the
fat
a marvelous anti-fat. the -
-4 iio CASH OR EASY TERMS. ? Apollo, and mice were fed In his temples foods was found among egple as By use Sealed bids will be received by the, parts of Ordinances in conflict here'wlt'n said street, except at tile South eni
,t highly civilized the of this anti-fat I kuow'a man who reduced be. and the same are hereby re-
'". All Piano Work Guaranteed. ; The chosen people were forbid as Egyptians the. Board of Bond Trustees of the City thereof.
!. den Creeks and the Romans. Quite 'a list his weight forty pounds In three of PensacolaFlorida from February pealed. S
CLUTTER & RUSHING, ;JS. to eat $Jbe weasel nut! the mouse Section 4. Any violation of t 12 EAST GOVERNMENT ST. "JI and the tortoise after his kind." These of animals! whose flesh was forbidden months. 26, 1906' uutil March 28, 1906, at 12 Section. 3. That this Ordinance prohibitions contained In the foregoing -

4 PHONE 476. came under the designation of unclean. might be drawn up. For-example.:' in "There is a deadly fungus, the fly o'clock noon, for' the purchase' of ,all shall take effect Immediately after its section shall be unlawful and any
.
'.. '\ But people hare abstained from oat- old Egypt the sheep could not be eatenin agaric which unfortunate,people some- or any part of Three Hundred Thou- passage and approval.Passed. 'person violating them shall, upon conviction

*##*# ##*# ** ##.4## #* Ing kinds of flesh which could not be Thebes nor the goat in Mendcs. nor times eat in mistake for mushrooms. sand ,Dollars 300,000> :"Improve- March 14, 1906. in the Alunioipal Court be

-- called unclean. For example, the people the vat m Bubastis nor the crocodileat They make a medicine" nitrate, which, ment Bonis of the City of Pensacola. A'pproved .March 15. 1906. fined *>y 'a fine not exeoceding Fifty
-F-------- injected under the skin, causes a copious Florida" ejng of the denominaton of CHAS. H. BLISS, I Dollars or be imprisoned for not ex-
of Thebes as Herodotus 'tells us, abstained i Oml os. uor the. rat, which was sacred C:
flow of $lo,0( each, dated January 1, 190o,: E. MERRITT. Mayo- I feeding ten im's.!
Marine : tears. French actressesin '
Co. from to Ka tIle ,
Grocery sheep. What Is the mat- sun god. Howeter, the Clerk.
I weeping scenes such as 'La Dame maturng January 1, 1936, subject to Section 5. Thth1s orxlmanrt
-- "
ter with mutton chops? Then, the ancients people of one place had no scruples
604,606, 608, 610 S. Palafox St. used to- abstain from certain about eating the forbidden food of another aux Cnmp1i s,' have sometimes used I the right of the City to redeem any or AN ORDINANCE.' shall take effect immediately after cj
all of said bonds at time after passage and approval.
Phone 725. this ; any Entitled Ordinance
drug. an to authorize
vegetables. Indeed, the Romans sneered place and this often led to religious I Passed March 1906.
twenty(20)( )}ears from the date thereof : 14,
M.
A. Qulna and J. J. Sullivan their
"Cocaine
: V. J. VIDAl at those Egyptians who did not dare disputes and bad blood. causes wakefulness. I once ,
Manager.THE at par and accrued interest, and bear associates heirs and Approved: March 15. 1906.
worked forty-eight! hours assigns to. establish -
HOME OF GOOD THINGS TO to eat onions, leeks or garlic and yet Among the vegetables tabooed as thanks to ctfeaine. Cocca at a stretch ing interest. at. the ,rate.of 4'.per : and erect a wharf at the foot Attest: C. BL MEffiRTFT.: !

EAT the Romans themselves were superstitious food by the Egyptians may be mentioned stimulates cent. per annum, payable semi-an- of Ninth Avenue In the City of Pen- 'City Clerk.

Just Received: about what they ate or what they th onion. the garlic and the exhilarates and removes all desire for nually; "Th& principal and interest sacola, to the channel of Pensacola, : CHAS. a. BLJSS

r Halibut Chunks. Halibut Quick Lunch should' avoid eating [Icek. I.uciau says that the inhabitants foal or drink.' A"n Alpine guide will are payable in gold at t.hoffice of the Bay. "Mayor, City of Pensacola.!
( of fancy In his "Roman-Questions" Plutarch chew fifty or sixty grains of this deadly United States :Mortgage and Trust - -
) 50; kite Mackerel $1.:;>> per of relusinni adored the OIl'OU'Ord.' !iBe ,It Ordained 3)y the Mayor and An Ordinance Prohibit tho Recol
kit. asks, "Why do the Latins abstain drug;: before commencing a difficult Company New York.
lug to ('Ii ny. the I'gypUmslSt'll to Council of the, City of Pensacola: nition by City Officials of the Assignment \
50 kits Salmon. J1.25 kIt. strictly from the flesh of the ascent."-Detroit News-Tribune. The legality of the bonds,will be approved '
: per woodpecker swear by the leek and the onion. Juvenal Section 1., That ,M. A. QU1NA and of Salaries by Offlwi!
50 kits halibut line $US kIt. i" In order by Messrs. Dillon & Hubbardof
per to answer I'lutarc..b'squpstlon iHjke fun at tlio 50: kits of Cod Tongues and Sounds, correctly It is necessary to a sin to. eat tliom. 'Ile/jsclalius"Surely v i JThe Shorn. New York whose opinion to the heirs and assigns, are hereby authorz- sacota.
\
$1.25 per kit.Bloaters. have.some idea of the peculiar custom I!I a very religious nation ..and a blessedpeace A friend o{ Maurice Barrymore related legality, or a duplicates thereof, will ed to establish' and. erect at and from Be It Ordained by the Mayor anti
.
Milkers and
Roes. Herring and belief called "totemism." is an incident of his last be delivered to the purchaser ,or. if t the terminus! Ninth of the of
i : There I I!I where garden meeting Avenue, In ,the Council City peasacola;
Pickled Salmon. Dill very : i is overrun
Codfish. !
Pickles more than,one purchaser, to each -of
of with the brilliant City of Section That Ebtwcutire
a stage society in which people claim actor, which occurred Pensacola a wharf extendinginto' 1. no
Sauer KrouL with !
German j gods"The
I
the The bonds will be '
Ftet descent from and kinship: with beasts, only a short time before his faculties purchasers. the Bay, Pensacola to 'the clnan- Board or Officer of the City shall accept
A Pigs In kits. $1.00. j survivals:: of totemisui the engraved under the supervision of ,
among
; Manewil and Lange's Fruit birdg'TPgct bfes and o'fher 'objects j began to fall. As they were parting nel of said.Bay. or in any way recognize or agree
Cake. ancient Greeks and to the
I are very interesting.ianiilies certified as genuineness by !Section 2. the to assignment transfer of an
This object which is the That said M. A. any or
a "totem. "
:
i$ National Biscuit Co'a Fruit or newspaper; man asked the other,
Cake :Sc '
United States and Trust
named after -animals and Mortgage Quina and J. 'J. Sullivan their salary, or compensation, earned or
J associates ,
4 family
per pound. mark they religiously abstain 1 "Where are you to be found nowadaysat Company of New York.
We handle the celebrated from The members plants were not uncommon. One Athenian and assigns shall ,commence unearned of any Officer or Employee
blends ot eating. of the tribe the Players? "No, replied Bar- Each bid must be made blank
roasted genus, th'e Iodda: {. had, for itsncest".ll on a said wharf within six months from of the City: (Provided that this pm-
Coffee
by the Gulf City are divided Into clans each
Coffee : or stocks
rymore; "I'm posted at' the Players, form lurnished.by the City and must
vision shall not the iron
H. P. I plant the asparagus. We the passage of this ordinance that prevent
Co. Chlpman.
Manager. takes ;
of
which the
name of some animal ,. but find be accompanied by duly certified
you can always me at the a .of warrantor
the fer by endorsement ,
be that body of said wharf shall any
this
Oaxaca 35c' lb.: Gold Standard. may sure plant.was tabooedas not be
25c plant or object as tile bear, the Lambs. As a matter of fact," he added check' on one of the banks of the Cityof less than shall not prevent the transfer by
: Ib Diamond food to twenty feet, nor than
Blend. 25c Ib more :
and child
; ; Golden buffalo every man. woman
the owliiecfcer, the asparagus( "I'm Pensaco1a] for two (2)) per cent of of "warrant other
Rio 20c lb.Strictly of the loxidae.i -New York I'ost. whimsically, posted at the Lambs, the width of said Ninth Avenue; and emorsement any or
: fresh roasted and as good and so forth. Xo member of the bear too, but they temper the wind thereo"Old the parvalue of the bonds bid for. that the said M. A. Quina and J.. J. written order-of the City 'by the person -
family would\ dare to rat Iwar nic-nt. The bU: shouli be in sealed envel- Sullivan to whom same is made payable!
as' any Coffee sold In this city. shall have the exclusive
; ,( Send us your orders and we will de but 'he Las no objection to eating buffalo At Second Stand."Isn't Word* With New Meaning. ope'markeil "Bids for Improvement wftarf privileges.Section. Section 2. That all ordinances or

iI liver promptly. steak. Kveu the marriage law i is it true, as a matter of fact After the teacher had carefully ex- Bonds" antI addressed to L. Hilton 3. That the said M. A. parts of ordinances, in conflict herewith

..,. bastd on this belief, and uo mau whoso: :Mr.: {$Simmons' a .Ued the lawyer who pluinrd the familiar story sbe asked Green, President of the Board of Bon:J Quina and J. J. Sullivan, their as>O- tie and are l1 rooy rept'alcdction

family name: Is Wolf may marry a wo- I was (>xal1ll11111;; the man as to, liis: qualifications whether Trustees. The bid, to be considered, elates heirs and assigns shall have ? 3. That this vrdiuaa

: i v- man whose family name is also "'olt. for jury service, .*'that all Tommy the he ex{>ec9d to be must be received at the office of the full power to demand and receive shall take effect Immediately ugiou its
sheep or the .
among goats.'IIows
In you know cboat either of (lie Board of Bond Trustees in Penfcacola!: ; passage and approval.
a general way it may be said that parties wharfage from all vessels barges
a feller to tell, answered Florida, by or before 12 o'clock Passed March 14 1906.
almost 'all our food prohibitions spring to this suit Is what you have read noon flats, lighters and steam'boats : ,
Tommy, "when his maw calls him a on March.. 1906; and at the same loadingor Approved: March 15. 190J
; Cabin from the about them? unloading at or attached
Log extraordinary custom generally lamb and his paw says he is. a pesky place delivery of ,the bonds will be to said Attest: 'C. Et- MEKRTTT,
called totemism. Mr. Swan, who "Yes sir, answered tbe, man, "butthat's wharf and for all 'ciods' deposited on
kidr-Piiiladchphia I.edger.FALLING'HAIR mado on April 10, 1906, at 2 o'clockp. City Clerk.
was a missionary for many years in all we know -nbout Abraham! or --- m. The sale of said bonds is subject or taken from or over said wharf; provided CHAS.: HI BUSfa'or. !.

the Kongo Free State. thus describesthe Alexander: the Great or Bloody Mary, --- --- ,to Approval ,by the City ] however that no drays carts, :\ City of PensacLAn

custom: If I were to ash the Yeks and yet we l have a pretty good idea as STOPPED. I of the City of Pensacola and Councilt t-vehicles or pleasure carriages trans..
Maple to what kind of people they bids. porting"goods cr merchandise over or!' Ordinance Prohibiting the Sac: *
t people why they do not eat zebra flesh, were is reserved to reject any or all from
they would reply, "Chijila" e.. hIt is :Mr.: Simmons appeared to be too intelligent Bal net.s Cured by Destroying the: For iurthcr particulars address the: wharfage, said on.wharf said wharf.shall be charged II Exchange of Impure or :Adirttcrfctii

a thing to which we have an antipathy a man to sit on' n jury, and Parasitic nn That Causes It. United States .Mortgage and Trusl l' Section 4. I Condensed Milk or EvaPoratCream
That tire "said It\!. A. facer
and the
Providing
"It is of he was excused.: -Chicago Tribune. Baldness follows falling hair, fallIng -- Company or the undersigned.
or, better one the things Quina and J. J. Sullivan! their aJ
'x associates In -Which' all condensed Milk &
I3 hair follows L. HILTON GREEN
SyrupWe which our fathers taught us not to cat." dandruff; and dandruff
heirs and assigns shall in labelled
con- Evaporated Cream shall be
To Clean Leather. is the 'result of a germ digging Chairman Board! of Bend Trustees,,
So it seems the word "bashilang"means sid rat1o ,of the erection Joi
orsaid and Pcnaltj
the people who have an antipathy To clean leather mix together half a i Its way Into the scalp to the root of ; Pen aco1l.: Florida. wharf:: have exclusive free privileges the Violation Further Providing of- this Ordinance a

have secured the to the pound each of French chalk;aDd fuller's tha; hair where it saps the vitality ol An: set forth IA ths! 'ordInance aad
sole leopard; the "basha- the hair. To bstroythat is.to .ynsace relating to the numbering for the Be It ordained by the Mayor

V:' for lamba" "those _who have an antipathy earth. two ounces of powdered prevent *s well< as cure dan germ''ruU. falling of,houses: : !, term of twenty-five years, they paying Council of the City of Pensacola.
agency Towle's Log starch and one ounce of yellow'; ocher. hairs and lastly baldness. ,There' !Be' it Ordained by the ,Mayor, ando I therefor to the City or Pensacola the SectIon 1. That It shall Le aal! '.

Cabin Maple Syrup guaranteed Wet this with' boiling water' enough to Is i only one preparation known to do; Council! the City Peasaiolar: yearly 'sum cf one hundred dollars in !ful for any person company, or OOPiporatlon

make a thin pagte""and add one" tablespoonful that, Ne-\\&ro's Herpicide, an' entirely! Sctlon..lv That Jill persons iOwn-. semi-annual' payments. to make. ecU. offer or

absolutely pure of sweet oil. When cold r.ew. scientific discovery. Wherever Ing,, or occupying; ifouses" In..t1 Cty: Section 5. That at the erpirat'on' pose for sale or exchange in the Ctf
AMERICANS SHOULD spread on'the soiled leather of Pen acola and of such: I cf the said! '.twe t. '- of Pensacola condensed milk: of
t' let it remain -, I it has been tried it has proven wonderfully the agents ) ve years the City any
and put up In "log cabin"cans until dry and brush off.. Wipe off I succ(, 3fu1. It can't bs other persons, are hereby required: to number of Pensacola shall have the privilege evaporated cream unless manufactured

.at the following DRINK MORE LIQUIDS every particle of the cleaning; material wise, because it utterly destroys the their respective houses in cOn' of purchasing said wharf at such valuation from pure, clean: healthy !!.
: and polish the leather with wax melted I dandruff germ. "You destroy the! formlty with !the provsons: : .of Art'cle as may, be determined upon by 1 unadulterated and wholesome mtf,

prices: -- with turpentine four ounces of was ,i( {cause you remove the etr?ct." For 2, Chapter 9, of taj Code of Ordi three arbitrators, one to be a IIOnt.: fromwhich the cream has not beeS

and a gill of turpentine. If you wish ; sale by W. A. D'Alemberte. druggistand n3.nCe3.of'190'2. ; and any 'such owner: ,,I ed by the City one by M. A. Quina I removed, either wholly or In part and

Quarts, 45c.Onehalf THEREFORE IT IS ALWAYS A to darken the 'leather, add alittle oil apothecary, 121 South Palafox or occupant thereof who shall fall to and J. J, Sullivan, theIr' associates;i saId! condensed milk or evaporatw
to the street or, send lOc in stamps: to The' so number their houses or to change j' hejrs and assigns and the third to be!, cream shall be concentrated to a de-

I: Gal. 85c. GENUINE TOAST TO HEALTH wax preparation. I Herpicide Co. Detroit. Mich. their number,. if wrong. after being chosen by the two thus appolnted. gree' to contain a minimum of seven

WHEN YOU DRINK AMERICAN Catarrh. notified so to do by ,the Board of Pub- Section 6. All ord'nances or parts and one-half per cent of butter tat and

Gallons $1.65. be'' I'c Works, shall upon: convct'on! ,be t of ordinances invponflfct with this ordinance a minimum of twenty eight per cent
QUEEN." Many cases of catarrh might punished by a fine not exceeding Ten shall be and. thj same are of total milk solids} 'by weight

avoided and others greatly relieved if j i ($10.03)) Do'Iars. 'or by Imprisonment hereby repealed. Section :. That it shall to unla-

4 There is nothing more at the first sign of any trouble in the : not exceeding Ten ((10)) days or by 'Passed March If, 1906': ful for any person, company 01 co

It "early snuflles" period the nose. and There's Comfort I both such fine and' imprisonment: in Approved. March 15, 1906. poratlon to manufacture, sell. or oS.6t!
has been
i delicious (and nowadays try's determined by the coun throat were thoroughly' sprayed at i the discret'on: of the Recorder.: 'CHAS. If. BLISS for sale or exchange in herroeUcaur

t1 there Is do leading physicians: that Americans -: least once a day: wlth'nlqllrt of listerine I Sectfon 2. That ths: ordinance 'hal1I C. E. MERRITT. Mayor. sealed cans, any condensed milk or
: nothing so rare) not drink a sufficient quant-I op ''a:
mixed with two parts of water. I take effect Thirty ((30) days after its Clerk. evaporated cream unless pal
ity of liquids. To the human ,. dIeI -
'
and UoonWhich oe
system, shall
I
packages
as A throat Satisfaction! 'passa e.. .. :
maple thinks this
pure syrup. This liquids are second in importance only specialist treatment Section 3. That all I AN ORDINANCE--- -- I jtinctly labelled or damped the nam
to food and the drinV: that as much apart of the good and ordinances Entitled
is corporatioa
f is guaranteed found I an' Ordinance to establish of the or
; to be abso- and ,parts of ordinances in conflict person company
at its very ,highest perfection when it cleanly toilet as brushing the ieeth or ana'(! provide for. the maintenance by whom made and the brand by
j to everyone who dinesat 'herewith, be.and the'same ,
.
are hereby
lutely pure and full meas also conveys fooa1.: This: Is exactly hair or bathing.New York.Post.j. the Kandy Klchen, 'repe led. use and ccmtroj of DeLuna Street. which Or under which It cIt mad Us
the office of American Queen User. Be1 It ordained by the Board of Aldermen further provided thai when con-,
-
whether live here' Passed March 14, 1906.
you or
In
ure. hops, it gives the nerves the great Button Barred. and Major of the City of censed milk or evaporated cream "
are visitor. You Approved March 16 1906.
est of all vegetable tonics and iu "Our'collectlon dear a can Peosacola: ; not
today, my brethren sold from cans or packages
malt is conveys to the blood and tissue get the tenderest and CHAS. H. 'BLISS. i Section i., That the the rend
-
r said the rector. "ia for the clothIng ju'cest of steaks C. E. MERRITT. thoroughfare hemetlcally thai
,
one of nature's chops, Mayor between ot
finest
vegetable Government Street cans
the shall label such
fund. M the same time, may I Clerk. on brand or
foods and etc :you have ever'eaten.. South
the water of which it is and 'Intendencia Street of the nut
with
L earnestly impress upon you that, on the packages the name
made bonated conveys a pure healthful car though the collection Is for the clothing Chops *. .. .- 30 and 40c An Ordinance, ,to ,be entitled! ; Ani North, running through lots Two Hun facturer of the milk therein. .
liquid, which scientists d> dred and Seventy Two (272) c"-
Ordinance to extend and Two Section 3. That person
clare is fund it'is not necessaryto contribute Steaks.. .. .. ,.,. ,50 to 80c( and change ti > any
almost as to Hundred .
necessary the : lines of that. portion of Church Street I and..E1hty Seven ((287) in pany. or corporation violating any i'

Sol Calm & Co. health American as food. buttons. Fine French Drip Coffee lying between Jefferson Street and j' Block Sixteen, (16)). .Old City, of a vision of this ordinance ehall on ( Jviction

Queen is equal to any Hot Chocolate. Ice Commendencia Street width of Fifteen and one-haU ((15%) be'sUbject to a fine notexcew;
American beer in high qu.aUty'and There are three kinds of people In Cream to Sixteen : half deft'--'
in na' one- ((16& in
and Soda. its germ proof purity.It is made of the world-the. wills,' Ihe'won'ts and i Council of -the City of Pensacola now known'aS Cushman'g Alley or of the paymentf safd" fine an &:!

I The Pure Food Store, the coatiliest materials I In the cost the can'ts. The first accomplish everything Section 1. That the .lines; bf that: Dereache Street.iS hereby declared to iprisonment not exceeding thirty ca""

liest of modern breweries, as to equip- the second oppose everything I portion of Church Street which be a street to be known as DeLuna Section 4. That all ordinance

I S.uth.Mt C.ra.r Palthx ad InUndencia ment., It is brewed by master workmen the third fail In everything. I ----- I tween Jefferson!! Street and ,Commen-Jie be- itreet! and the City hereby assumes and parts .of ordinances l in COJ1 11! therewith
has
and been declared withouta dencia Street shall be I full control of nd.obligatlons* for the .fte'And, the same are henl1
and
the.
peer by the' expert Brewer's Chem- same maintenance .and "
usetof the same as repealed. :
Phoned } 21$ Its of the Walhelnua Institute Chi Scorn no man's love though of a Kandy Kitchen Cafe( follows are hereby, towitThe extended and changed as ,I a street. : PasSed:,'iiar. h,14, 1906. ,

cago. They' declare that no beer in mean I degree. Love* !'a'present for; a, I I said of Church Northern )line of I Section 2. That fa, considerationof Approved!'.'STa'rch 15. 190*
portion
the, Strest! shall be-:
country Is' superior to "American mighty king. Much:lesff.mate-any man I' .the assent,of the persons.now own- Attest: C." K MERRITT
104 Phone gin at a point on the Eastern .
Queen. made S.Palafox. ,999 line of 'tng'the '' '
J iY the Acme Brewing. thine Herbert. soil of the ?aid ialley that It City Clerk. -
Co., of Macon, Ga. | enemy. ,i Jefferson Street" at the Southwest Cor.' snail' t>ecome"a Street, '&nd of their CHMt .J{. BLISS

nr"if: 'lot "A, thence.run.Easterly:at promise to immediately' av'' the Mayor City of Pensaco)1a )






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b end(1'RtYIlTa3ot7o1: LIQUOR BiOUGHT<'LOSS OF WITH ann &Af

- OF NAVY thur. \\711n1fD8.IS SICKED OUT O r CTTT IKnRMAHT" :a OOIMO: ,

.rtlcor BUILDINGDitching Lg.i pa. N.&iT5I.W'----: 'BOW/._-'. 0
h.ort The most improve-l method to free house e twa.eon.: -
of Urge or @m.ll roaches I... to use thecnnt : ...
-ter. of a box of "Pt-terman'B Roach Food" at one I r lJuct itd trid .155carS) _;DrfDk... .. I41-
, or time. Shake,it on joints HO some of it will krd&I < blacoedltion!
Meeting Was Held penetrate and remain to keep the premues I b' gowisveflto'dcr4btmfss '
Thursday A. few date U&g5iS'fcOn.
Night About
Completed for Re continuously free. Boaceea eat it as food; it ia Navy Department Makes Public of theaflrma'U !
z Bum owner oi a siore. i neJwasTrapectedJiyjiis
$30 St. Patrick the most destructive remedy on this earth to ,. | | > .
Mrd When Twenty-Five Members them, and it wilt not "l\tter them to otherple.'e. UnS neighbors
the Concrete '
ceiving to lire and multiply. Recent Assignment t of r01t5 >'
1115 BEDBUGS-"Peterma ,'s Diseovery"(quick' Ian ? cdNi'! skiown''aslaCQO, L *
:, It Were Enrolled. Foundation. silT r)-Bedbug* take it i. ren'. 11Ient1lerhaxeiThii. DRINK
i radition) in Scotland up in the circulation Officers. : ;
Wenot
yrn when going Over whereIt .
.
.bo" .>1'i;: dIed in 461. made is brushed lightly. _ /I -
. B': hop of Ireland in 441. An enthusiastic meeting of tnose It's invaluable if bricked *e- BARS MEN FROM BUSINESSWe

1efit musically inclined and who are members Some rapid 'Work is being oone in on back beds of when picture apart frame andon Following is a list of assignments
U> hate a limited amount ot5hamn of the Y. M. C. A. was held preparing for the foundation mouldines. etc. It will
of the of the business
in the United 'States' made read man who fall from J'CNI penty to rala. loses his familr and
not : ,cks to give to our Irish Thursday night, when the Y. M. C. A. big Blount building at the corner of :;t not rust or harm fnrni- navy, pub.lic friends and the only. ambition left i* to be admitted to the"poor house." -Drink U
Irish ture or bedding. Odorless this week by the the of hU condition."
frien'i if you are come Glee Club was organized. The follow. Navy Department given cause
' I
art. and not poisonous."Petcrman's
f f1 OUt.Have, ing officers were chosen: Palafox and Garden streets. Although ;J'1" (liquid) in flexible, : Drink has conquered the .6tronll'est'lntellf'ct"-" bravest; hearts and the noblest
only a week has elapsed since handy cans for crack*, walls mattresses! ,ete natures. iiusLnes competition has become so keen that only men of steadfast habit
Director-W. Rear Admirals "
S. Garfield. H. Lyn Ro
at Odorless,non-explosive. .W. ,, commission can expect to succeed w111 nower"on earth can heal the inflamed stomach membranes -
a look our new work was commenced most of the burned out by alcohoL The craving for drink is disease
President-J. M. Walker. Pet rman'a Ant Food"-A strong powder announced. a brought oa by con.tinnal ; -
faring! Suits. They please all Secretary and Treasurer-A.' H. ditching has been completed, and allIs to"kill and drive away ant :also-waterbeeti es Captains-if. M. :Miller 'detached indulf ene*in alcoholic 6 mlll
nationalities. 'Diaz. .... 3 now ready for the laying of the or"Peterman's black beetles Rat-in one Mnues night.Food makes!: ratsor command of the ..Minneapolis; ordered Orriar No I OrrineNo.2
of Librarian-R. MacRaven. mice wild:they will leave and not return. home anQj. placed on waiting orders; '
line Summer
Un
Sec our concrete foundation in the la form and
excavations pill
The club organized with a member Take no other as time may be even more S. M. Ackley discharged from treat i tasteleseandodotUI .ID'I I should be taken

dent ear ship of twenty-five, and many more which have been made.In important Originated than in 187 money.*. Perfected in 1905 by ment, at Naval Hospital, Mare Island; by those willingto

<. orYith' Examine our line of "Star"Shirts are expected to join now that the or- making the excavations workmen Wm. Peter-man Mfff. Cltemwt. ordered home and !placed on waiting knowledge of the be cured.form Inconvenient
ganization has been L U encountered considerable trouble at M.58.68 West lath bt. New'York City. orders; A. CL Dillingham commission i. be carried 1acolr..e
perfected. London,Eog,Montreal.P.g patient tea, Cures Whiskey and Beer Habit to.
,
. to be to in Pensacola announced. 01'100 .st_ pocbt._ _
11111 promises a great success, several places, especially in removIng Sold by all ,oruggista and -
114)e ) THEY ALL HAVE A STORY judge from the interest that is being throughout-the United State: Commanders A. Fiske detachedas ORRINE U the only sore and safe borne treatment for the liquor habit No loss of
of foundation -
portion the of the
: time or abaenc from home No sanitarium treatment e ,.
Inspector of '
ordinance at Cramps
in it
! atches taken and the fact that it is un.
old building which had been there for --- Mailed in plain sealed wrapper on receipt of price. Write for complete treaties o -
, -- { der the direction of Mr. Garfield. Sucha ship yards and ordered to commandthe -How to Core Drunkenness," (sealed: ) free. TUB ORRINE COMPANY, INC:
that club will add interest to the Y. M. C. years, but which was as strong as Minneapolis; C, P. Eaton, retired Washington, D. C. ,

:naln A. and will also fill along felt want ever and', as hard as flint.rock. I McDAVID ] oetached office of Judge Advocate Cure Effected or Money Refunded.
" General and ordered home; A. C. A Registered Guarantee ia every ":II. Price!cither f.rm $1.00 per bos.
ba1triot. in Pensacola. Air. Garfield is receivIng
roots and in abundance ,
I Cypress
ST stumps OHKLNE: is sold m every city by the leadingdruggist.. Sold la tills city by 3t
Almy retired ordered'to
the hearty co-operation and assistance I ; the office of
-
also found in certain
were
por
( THIESEH J of. the officers and members of the Judge Advocate General for duty;
tions-of the .and these all removed J. H.
:' the association.. lotr were Special to The Journal. Hohrbacher. retired ordered to WHITE'S PHARMACY

.:.&;t1 with'.difficulty. SCcDavid' Mar16. tr. R. A. Boni- special duty in Bureau of Ordinance; ,

TO CORE A COLD IN ONE DAY It was not expected that the excavations fay made a business' trip to Pensacola C. F. Pond, given additional duty as 1O6 S. Palafox Street, Pensacola, Fla. '
inspector of at Naval
that FLORIDA CURIOSITIES. Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine would be nearly completed by Monday. ordnance Maga -
Mare J
>Island
let&car Live and Stuffed Alligators ready Tablets. Druggists refund money if It this date, but the progress was faster Blrs.: D. F. McDavid visited her zine.Lieutenant Commanders yard. '. G .. "" ."" ..............
. for I fails to cure. &. VV. GROVE'S signature daughter, Mrs. G. R. Stanton, in Bluff
aIlS'shaU shipment. than anticipated and the laying of the ''Doyle ordered to duty as inspector of
Orange wood canes. with alllgatohead" Is on each box. 25c i Springs Saturday.Mr. ordnance at Cramp's ship 'yards
concrete would commence this morning C. Bowman has returned from : .i
!I. 75c. works of Neafle and Levy Co.
aad
\ the Sea Shells and Shell Jewelry Shell SHOE PRICES AREADVANCING i If gravel could' be secured. There Pensacola, where he'was called to works of the New York aMp Building, IA Little Ice 1

f thfl and Wood Novelties Leather Goods a VERY RAPIDLYThe has been some delay, however on the work a few days extra in the place of Company; J. Strauss ordered to Bureau -

emi ; I part of the L. &. N. ,in not furnishingcars his brother, :Mr. T. Bowman who has of Ordnance for special duty; J.
SpecialsMRS been home sick list.
at the
C. N. McCLURE, local shoe dealers are having a: so it will probably] Monday on H. Rowen detacher the Rhode Island I
I !:'ill'. WileF.. McDavid of Pensaco-
the Opera House Building great deal of trouble explaining the. morning before this portion of the and ordered home; B. B. Bierer com .
e-gGo 107 E. Government. Pensacola. Fla. reason of the advance in the price of. la, spent Sunday with. his parents at ussion: announced; F. C. Bieg: ordered -

any shoes in fact the dealers all over the I work is started. : this place. to the Bureau of Steam Engineering. I: Will Keep a Lot oi Food I

con.t. country are having the same trouble.II I .Material for the building will beginto Miss Annie B. Ndbles is visiting in .

. beF'i.ty R. K. WHITE, The average man or woman are slow: arrive here in the course of a week Ii Muscogee this week. .Lieutenants L. P. Stone detached -, .
will be plenty of the steel We heard that one of our friendsIn Naval Station" Tutuila Somoa f .
there ,
: Watchmaker, Manufacturing lewder, and Graduate to understand why they should be I aoa ; ordered .
r. ex. Optician. 30 S. Paiafox Street. Pens acola. Fla. ed upon to pay 25 or 50c more can-I I frames and supports on hand !when North McDavid said he was goingto home and placed on 'Waiting or- in an "Odorless" refrigerator. It has a patent dry air *

-- -- -- pair of shoes than they did last year I;I the foundation is completed. correspond for The' Journal Won dersY.; Ball, detached the l>e's- : circulating scheme that does the business and no other T
der he don't wake ? .
why
up moines and ordered to the Rhoofe'
anC The Boot and refrigerator is so economical
or the.year previous. to use as .
TURTON & BELL I Mr. L. C.' Brewton and Mr. O. 'K. Island; R. T. Menner ordered to the
r itala. Shoe Recorder of recent data gives a :
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. article the subject II Champion Liniment for Rheumatism. Bowman went to Century Monday.We Desmoines; W. T. Tardy ordered to t
very good on I see the A. G.. V. were out for the Maine D.V.. Knox detached the
Kodak Supplies. Finishing for Amateurs. which is reproduced in part and which Chas. Drake a "mail carrier at Chap. ; : An Odorless :
another drive on the hard road Monday Lawton and ordered to assist-
I duty as .
--------- will no doubt be of interest to the r IctiHe, Conn., says: Chamberlains .
afternoon. They seem to enjoy ant to the inspector of ordnance at .
Pain Balm Is the champion of all lini .
I public! : : ryin's those rubber, tires. :E. .Bliss Brook-
new works of W. Company,
TERSELY TOLD "The Boot and Shoe Recorder has I m,?nts. The past year I was troubled Mr. C. H. Snowden went to Brewton };jn. N. 'Y.En:3lgnsL.. : Besides a saving In your Ice bill. Its use spells :

made a thorough investigation of the i a great deal with rheumatism in my Tuesday. : E. Morgan. J E. Otterman. T H-E.A-L-T-H In big letters. We are sole agents. .
I
I
of shoulder. After trying several cures
of increased cost manufacturing
causes the Rev. J. T. Flllingim and Mr. Geo. C. IS1.' DcDowell, '!P. 'P. Bassett, H.
Ti i T. Hughes of Dothan. Ala., was shoes and as' a result is : the storekeeper here recommended
co eIDog. the business visitors to :he able to officially declare that the ad- : this remedy and it completely cured BonIfay spent Sunday and. Monday in E.; Kimmel. P. P. Blackburn. A. G. i i
AIJI Pensacola. Caffee E. O. MARSTON &
E. Fitch
P. Dampman, QUINA
cijesterday.; vanced prces: now demanded by the : me. There Is no use of anyone suffering |
IcerlPen. from that painful ailment when Messrs. A. L. Sarft and ''Paul Lambert Jr.. H. S. Doward R A. Dawes, D. B. ,
'inched for money,!' a man will manufacturers are not only' fully just-! liniment be obtained for made a flying trip to Pensacola Craig R. R, Riggs, C. C. Soule, Jr.. N.
this can a
sonmlmes offer to sell something at fled, but that as a rule the percentage! small sum. One application gives Saturday. H. Wright; F. G. Tupper, D. W. Bag i I 108/110 S. Palafox St. Phone 148. Pcnsacola, Fla. !

and an amazing sacrifice. Those /tho of advance of the finished productldoes prompt relief and its continued use Jot ''Mr. and Mrs.' J. K.. Bowman were ley, A. Claude, E. E. Greene:. S. I* .

,a; watch the classified ads. the ben-_ not fully cover the Increased! visitors in Bogla SundaY: Hazard. "W. F. Halsey. Jr., J. W. H.j ;
itlva Hfits in such cases. reap cost of production. As an example I a cure.! shorttime For sale will by produce all druggists.a permanent We saw one of our young ladies re- warn,;'. C. L. Hand, B. K. Johnson J, :............................... ..................J

1 ac- the actual figures are 'given here of cove: a handsome box of flowers Little C. W. Mauldm. II. II. -- -
grf>flany 1 1.olli jn'J Charles eebach.! of the differences in the cost of a $3.50 I lInddY"afternoon. \W wish that kind C. A.' Richards, A. H. Rice,'
:. 'UKv'iJ'c.:( nrouiiPtois o* the Seelh shoe for men as shown on the books CARD OF THANKS. X B. Reed, II. ,, MIChael'l
;\
Ro-Igpri,
Jt carted : *> would
express n eBsen::! ? r
,. '
,' hoi 'I of in n :.' drfo in Peniia- / I n Je Business Men Should Be Particularabout
or ii of a l acing manufacturer and verified Mis. H. Peircesrnrt family think of us; too. Oak, R. P, McCulloiigb. F. D.
.
oyeapro a m a pessurisi; ::'. an t will re by comparison; with records of. sire 10 return iher! heartfelt thanks to Ir. W.' \V. Jackson. of Chnmuckla, U-n, ,\. K. Shoup, E. A Todd U P.

n for leteral! d..n;, other makers of a similar grade o?, their many friends aad neighbors: far was on our side the yesterday Tr adwe r. W, H,. Toaz, I. C. JoHn=on, the stationery they use.. Rxamlnp the paper you've

-ans. shoes. I tLelr kindness and assistance in their live/; Jr., X. W. Post, D.' P Wicker-Jham, been using. Is it good enough for your business? You know
1. and Jlrs. R 1'. Roca of East i iuovtrnment Ve are always glad to see ilr. Willas
rant street are the proud par. 1905 190& sad bereavement. Also to all those he is so jolly. R. F. DlU .n. :H iL Stewart H. A. your letters are your representatives and should be good. We

- by .'Dts of a fine toy who arrived al: Upper stock . .1 .60 $ .67% who sent floral tributes.EXCURSION We hear it whispered that some of Stewart, and G. M. Baum commission's have the good kind f* j just a little money.Ooo's .

t theeper' Their home jestenlay The name 01:t Sole leather .. . 14 .30 our young people are anticipatingnext :! announced. F. G. Topper resignation -

!the young man is John Marlon. Innersole ., . . 10 13% Sunday, March 18, as one of the accepted to take effect April : :EloO EJ-tore.

e. Heel .. . .. 08 11l% SATURDAYThe most enjoyable days of the season. 14; A. A. Peterson ordered to the
". orere The new saw mil owned by :Messrs. Toplift . .. .. .04% .05% \Ve are anxious to know what will Rnode Island.SurgeonsJ.. Phone 235. 213 South Pallox Street. Penmacola .

. Helton & Bojett at Mlllview, employ. Welt . . .. .O-tl6 .07 happen. B, Dennis. detached

ins; twenty hands has commencedlrat'on Royalty..5 .05 Young People's Society of First Naval Hospital Pensacola Fla. and or- ---- ---- --- --- --- --- - -- -- ---- --- --

,n('. and will assist materially in I Counter ... ... .. 05 .07:vi Presbyterian church will give one ol' No pills is as pleasant and positive dered to Na al Proving .Grounuls' In Chappelear oraered to Naval Hospit r

, its ouildin-: up that hustling little town Lining. . .. .. 04 .0& their excursions Saturday morning at' a peWitt's Little Early Risers. These dian Head, Maryland; F. L. Benton,; al. ,Washington D. C.

In the list of new suits publisheo Trimming . ., . 07 .09% 9 o'clock going to points of interest Famous Little Pills are so mild and detached Natal Hospital, Brooklyn Passed Assistant Paj masters-F. R

,ttriay! an error occurred, and abor. .. .. .. .. 55 .58 on the bay and also to Milton on the effective that children, delicate ladrei and ordered to Naval Hospital Pen- Holt ordered to Navy Pay Officers
Fla.Passed .
made it appear that Newman GoM }Findings . . 20 .24 Florence WItherbee. Fare for round and weak people enjoy their cleansing sacola. Assistant Surgeons-If. A ''School, Washington, D. C. yard for

'rIg had entered suit against Lena Manufacturing expense. .08% .08% trip 50c Refreshments served on effect, while strong people say they Dunn. detached Naval 'iProving: course of instruction; G. A. Deering

(.idnng The parties Mr. Goldring board. are the best liver pills sold.) .Never Grounds; Indian H -ad. .Maryland and l detached Washington yard and resignation
nought suit against Lena G. Guar $2.1 n $2.55=% -
... are gripe. orderea' to the Princeton M. W., accepted.
- dna.Of. alSle"'artl "In rease in cost of producng: a Baker (detached Naval Hospital,, Assistant Civil Engineer-S. Gordon

, 0" Dick Warfleld of }he clyai' $:3.50: shoe at the present time from Ancient Salads. Washington D. C., and ordered to; detached bureau of yards and docks

ted ; '! served! turtle soup yesterday for that of a )ear ago 38 cents per pair. The lettuce was deemed by the an- Naval Hospital) Brooklyn. 'N. Y. and ordered to Troy, N. Y.. for course

.ted: Anner to the prisoners. Not only di-1 The selling expense and discounts are,I I dents the food of the dead because Assistant Surgeons-W. N. McDon- of instruction in civil engineering at

aeriod 'He steward serve the r prisoners with! not figured in this table, the factors when Adonis, the beloved of Venus, ell ordered to the Yankton; :J. D. :Manchester the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
t CP cost only being given. I I k the Princeton and l Chief Boatswain Retting, detached -
delicious soup but the city offi'als was mortally wounded by a wild boar detached
., Naval Station, San Juan, P. R.,
1e4 "This shows the situation regarding I ordered home and placed on waitingO1.fers.
camp in for their share, the the weeping goddess! laid him upon abed

Log *a\or. marshal, clerk. and a number men's shoes of medium grade. Tha I of soft and tender lettuce, whose and ordered home.Boatswains Freudendorf de--

oi officers who ware present! at the same rule applies to other qualities of milky Juice soothing and narcotic I Acting Assistant Surgeons--L. H. -G.
possesses orderedto
..wi&W. dinner hour enjoying it. men's goods, and practically. the samewomen's Schwerin ordered to the Celtic; J" D tacheo) the Constellation and
to misses and children's qualities. Lettuce'was eaten by :Naval: Station. San Juan P. R.; K. Wouldn't it be delightful for you to

InddluMa News: It is reported ft hoes of all 'grades 'slight changes,I the ancients at the close of their repasts -- Rundqubt. detached the Uncas and I always be served with the satisfactory .

$)r. Andalusia that the L. & N. road will perhaps, being shown owing to the > as,*from Its-cooling qualities ordered to New York for duty in connection I kind of meats? How would a

exaxr- .cur'l I) put on an accommodation substitution ot kid for the heaviereathers. It was 'considered an antidote, to the with the Connecticut. pound of really good sausage appealto

.: rain from Florala to Georgiana to jeafm? effects of, wine. The bitter Chief Gunners-S. Chiles, detachedthe jou today? The kind that will satisfy .

or "mnect! with the fast trains on theM "With this .posltVQ. evidence of increased herbs which the; Jews ate at the passover ; I Olympia and ordered to the Ne"va and nourish. It is d'gestlble! and
.D line An effort was made to conrn Startlingresults. >aa! ; P. Hill, detached the. Nevada
healtnful made of the kind of beef
:'ao cost it is manifest that shoes were wild lettuce, succory, tansy,
this but the News and ordered to duty at Xaval Magazine -
was
report, be distinctly that mother would use for the :Sunday .
'sh.mi. sold at "old prices" must camomile and dandelion and this :
J.
I1nahlf" to do soSouthern St. Juliens Creek, Virginia;
ilk. inferior to those sold last 3ear; andif same.race are the inventors of the salad Shannon' detached Natal Magazine, roast.West

l1 Hotel arrivals: T. E.Wetit shoe dealers and shoe wearers demand compounded of oil vinegar, sugar, Fort Lafayette, N. V. and ordered to

:Mobil-\ : X. Green Atlanta; N. the same quality as those salt and mustard to render the bitter in the quick relief of to the Yankee. End Market

teJ iv HaUfx. Tir-ton, lad.V.. F. Dc- bought' a :jear. ago. they will have to herbs palatable. The Irish two centuries Gunners-H, A. Davis, detached the ,

de- imnel) Chicago; Thomas O'Brien, par an advance in prices sufficient to ago made their salads of sorrel PAIN-whether caused by local Yankee; ordered home and grantedone Cor. Belmont and DeVilliers.

,ea v e\II" Wk: W. A Smith. Bfrm'nsnam! ; cover: this additional cost. It is there-, RichAmerican wood sorrel.and beet chopped with vinegar month's leave; L. S. Walker ordered PHONE 385.

J.nd lohn Thomas New Orleans; C. A. fore impolitic for shoe dealers and disorder of of to duty at Naval Magazine, Fort
etor beer and a little sugar but no oil. injuries, or any
JI-.WPI, xew York; H. C. Leonard, hoe' manufacturers to advertise that I I Lafayette, N. Y; H. Webb, de- -
headers of classic
ttiKKin;., Louis Seelbach Louisville; t heare selling their goods of the, alt or mustard. the internal organs-are obtained t&chetf, the Lancaster and ordered to Dr Wooller!! SENT turn of nx to
bow lettuce morpbfoa,
. will remember
J. rhas Soeibach, Lexington. same quality at last J ear's, but rather > history a Pensacola yard; T P. Clark, detached PAINLESSPIUM opium, iattdtoom,
- to use all endeavors to educate theptfullc I caused the cruel death of CambyRes, by using HAXLINS Washington. D. C. yard and orderedto elIttotopiunco.:

fef and get full value king of Persia and Media, and of his Naval Magazine St. Juliens i i i IDeOr'A'lWkeY..
lly (Ia\ vou mod Blue R'Jbbon: Lemon to pay more Cut Glass duty at O I luge book ot pare
consort who also his sister
,
11,;* Vanilla? and good service, and not insist on was WIZARD OIL. Creek. Virginia. UeulsrsoghomeorSAO
or Absolutely pure; goes tort am treat*
*;*" goods at 1905 prices to ultimately 1 Warrant Machinists B. Smith :
"
far )
In as and the "Blue Ribbon
P.a"m is perfection.MEN'S find them below the standard, anti If these sparkling HMlelpal Thrift. Some of the pains: which it I to do duty af assistant to the inspector AND ment.M. WOOLLEY: ;
q f pieces
Liana very generally unsatisfactory." On the way, from one town on Cape of machinery at Cramps shipyards WhiskeyOur Cure Atl : 7.

on: were ticketed with the usual Cod to another a contributor to the most promptly and successfullycures ; J. H. McDonough ordered tote r .

by BOYS AND LITTLE La Grippe and Preumonia. oston Transcript came upon a charming Franklin.A -

Be STYLES GENTS' FITTED WITH LATEST I Pneumonia often follows la grippe price marks, this might still be house by the roadside, which immediately are rheumatism, neural
AND PATTERNS AT follows the use of F'olej'sHoney i Chicago Alderman Owes His Election -
but never bis attention. It
>n. claimed
Intendencia and Baylen. and pneumonia and
coughs prevents was well set off by green blinds. There burns scalds Remedy."I .
i beauty's sakes.The ache sprains, ,
tot[ New consumption.: Ask for Foley's Honey was a smooth piece of lawn in front a ,

or Thf' Suits Filed. an.! Tar and refuse any substitute of of shade trees and hammocks can heartily and conscientiously
fine colic ete.
; cuts
.Hint fon*ing new suits were filed fered. Mr. G. Vacher," of 157 Osgood Jeep prismatic cuttings in the group recommend Chamberlain's Cough Shirt Machinesenable
LU brilliant sofa
the piazza chairs pillows
(
({ offl<* of the clerk of the circuit I St., Chicago, writes: "My wife, had a faultless metal of the bigger pieces are and all the adjuncts of summer curative medicine Remedy for affections of the throat 4
IUtI'f'6tf'rday '
I This
! : severe case of la grippe three years great and lungs" says lion. John
rich and while the
LesZie angularly effective
x> G Brooks vs. heY Taylor, re- I ago, and it left with a terrible ; : omfort in luxurious profusion. 220 So. Peoria St, Chicago. us to Iron these
JI"vln.rooks damages. 5200:! : Leslie E. I cou-gh. She tried a bottle of Foley's simpler handicraft as exhibited in the. "Whose place 13 this?" he demandedof is a pleasant, safe, and certain years ago anring a political SheniCk.1 articles to fit the body
afl .
.flat Nt''man attorney for plaintiff. Honey and Tar ani it gave her imme- smaller pieces possesses dignity and charm.i the boy of twf'l.e110 accompanied internal and exter- I caught cold after being naturally and. therefore,

' d' Go'dring' >'s. Lena Gaur diate relIef. A 50 cent bottle cured him as guide and alvler i In general remedy for which irritated my throat and I was comfortably. There's uo
ma look fine And
and
They they
:n. .ht'lJ E't, al, bUt in cnancery; Avery & her cough entirely:' Refuse substi are. '"That there* said' the boy.' "Oh. that falls to finally compelled to stop, as I could rough edges to irritate'

..9es I attorneys for plaintiff. tutes. W. A. D'Aleiiberte. druggistand the price tempt the 'hardest fisted..Thesale : there's. the poorhouse." nal uBe, which never not speak loud. In my extremity a you when they are laundered

' apothecary. !I"= the week. I Tbe poorhouse! the man exclaimed. relieve and cure. Nothing else friend advised me ,to- use Chamber here.
'I
:ftay "Too seem to have luxurious: paupers lain's Cough Remedy. took two

A Chans In this town. like it. It druggists. Price 60 tfoses believe that my afternoon senses when and I could found not the The Star Steam

.: Of the twenty-six barons who signedthe : i "Well' you see" was the explanation next morning the inflamatlon had

Magna Charta three wrote thetr t "we hain't got but one, 'n* she's an old and $1.00. Fully guaranteed. largely subsided. I took eereral doses Laundry.

names and twenty-three made their 107 SOUTH PALAFOX STRCTPENSACOLA ; woman. 'n' the overseers they board \ that nUo>. kept right on talking through ,

Cure hoarseness mart. This Is all changed now. Ev I I II I her out with one o' the' neighbors 'n.I Sold and recommended by the campaign, and I thank this medicine

throat and sore baron can write, but ealy a few I let the poorhouse to some' o' them Boston WHITE'S PHARMACY. that I won my seat in the Coun- S7 Eo Aaril.n et Phene 1Ut
..
ery F1
Dr caused. by cold or use maktnj nuirJi.: ,I r L- j I folks for the summer 'n that pays Pensacola Fla. ciL" This remedy is for sale by all Peniacofa
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y the importance of getting to work at It is of the. utmost Importance that! I .. you like it?/Then why be contented OPERA -

I once and.of continuing that work unto I particular attention should b3 paid : 'it? Have to be? Oh, nol! Just HOJJSE
the season closes. The resolutions to the thorough organization in those M .II.Do nair ana have long,
t lieu1wIn Journal : on Ayer vigor
I adopted last night and the stirring sections of the city that were tbs hot Y thick bair; soft even hair; beautiful ONE WEEK!
;
lit words of the distinguished speakers beds of the disease last year. Th y line in it. !
all dwelt upon the necessity for cannot begin too early to psrfect their S I hair, without a single gray :
I ? CommencingMondeyMa
just as
C ".a little pride. Keep young
active were Have a
thorough and immediate organization organization and to beii;: g g 'Y! ,erco
DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY, I I( and work In all parts of the city for In screening fumigating. aocJ cleaningup long as you can. tows 1.Yee*

the prompt and truthful report.. by the and putting that section in the r ;' .. rch 19,
PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY .1 physicians of any -cases that may Develop best sanitary condition possible., The RETURN OF THE FAVORITETHE
and ths fullest newspaper: pub- health authorities! would do well to
i ..BY... licity being given to such reports. If look carefully Into these matters, a.1d,1 BIG CITY SHOW
these things are "done we shall at where necessary; assist in puttingthe I,
THE JOURNAL COMPANY. once win the confidence of the whole entire district in the best possible GORDON & BROWN HARRIS-PARKINSON CO
world and secure the full 'support and shape to prevent an outbreak this ,
cooperation of jnen Jjfce Dr. White year.It Including the pleasing actor

4 FRANK L. MAYES, President and General Manager. and others who can be of most assist- is of th3 utmost importance taat: ROBT. H. HARRIS
j ante to 'us'! .. Honest men will not very citizen'-Jn .New Orleans should:r i and20EXCELLENT
I stand for a policy of concealment and set his home in order and keep it so 1 COMPANY. PLAYERS20A
ki* MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. every meeting held in every ward lu throughout the summer; and to that! HARDWARE Car Load of Scenery
t I. this city should lay great stress upon end he should heartny cooperate with bill
!
"Hearts
x r honest and prompt reports and full all those who are engaged. in the Opening" of The Blue
r publicity being given these reports. Ridge.
work already.REMARKABLE .
'SUBSCRIPTION RATES.
I 4" .Vaudeville-Great Phelps-Cullen-

One .year.a.$5 00 One Month....... ........ 45 bine Trio LeCompt & Leffler Fay

Six Months............... 2 50 One 'Sraek..4..... 10 I..a.a.a-.:+)..a :+:...:+:...:...:...:-A..:"':"':'..:...:+:. :.,:) I & Tyson American Bioscope.
Three !Months..... ....... 125 Weekly Edition per :year..1 00 Mill Supplies, Iron Pipe and Fittings, Matinee Saturday.
Seats on sale Saturday.

Ii EARNING J JCAPACITY 'I' Steam Pumps, Galvanized Roofing, I Prices-10, 20, 30 cents.
The Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed Ladies free Monday nigit under

Circulation Statement Can Be Secured... .:. J \ ;1 Barbed Wire, Nails,. Boat Spikes, usual conditions.

:+, '-S OF SOUTH f t Tarred Roofing, Building Hardware,
'
-4 Offices, 108 and 110 East Papers on Saloon Trains <. iIt :
Cutlery
Razors Pocket
I Scissors, :2.anrrfy your: Homo""ficfontj
Government. Phone 38. and at all News Stands.FlENtSAOOLiA. : -'radC8D:1ft.D.: : : .. :. II I

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a 190B'f ..:...:+:+:. .:+:...:...:...:...:. ...:...:...:...:+:...:...:...:..: ..,..:...:...:...:...: 1f Il
SATUR
FLORIDA. DAY M01TlG.. M..CH; 17, SPECIAL PRICES TO THE TRADE err c In.toJIt-

,.r, has been so. attractive 'to note be given where industrious! .tenants Mail Orders Promptly Shipped. .
r The Passing of Senates Action the. } onthl
on and chronicle the -great strides the have cleared enough on one year's'

Abdul Hamid. Statehood Bill. south is making in .manufacturing: crop to make" a substantial paymenton I Telephone No. 767. 2

'A report comes from Constanti I .Much as President Roosevelt dis- and industrial development that these a farm of their own and pay for i c :Ped ch 4' t
have in some degree overshadowedits that farm outright on the proceeds I SA *AWWVVVVVVV THE MOST BEAUTIFUL
that .Abdul ILamid Sultan of MAGAZINE!
nople liked the action of the Senate ia refusing _.__.
'Turkey is so seriously ill that his to admit the territories of Arizona other sources of productive wealth, of the second: year's labor. I J' -- .IN THE WORLD"

life is despaired of by the physicians and which really constitute the basis But by adding the value of farming .- 1'"u.' Ask your newsdealer for this supeAmagazine.
and! New Mexico .as one state, If he does
of its permanent progress and pros- Implements and live stock to the valueof not handle it
Is
i !n attendance, who say his illness! the action is being general\ com- send us his name and address withjw.r

primarily due to the constant fear of mended by the press of the country, perity. the farms the earnings last year name and address and roc for sample

t assassination which has, for yean, south and west particularly and that The south was formerly an agricultural still show 20 per cent returns on the .copy. Regular price 25<:. Mention

f hovered over the head of the "Sick the people of these territories are and commercial section and total investment.This Sewing Machines this paper.

j Alan of Europe." I pleased that their protests against rom- these sources acquired great Is only a fractional part how Burr Publishing: Company

Of all men upon the face of the I joint statehood have been heeded goes wealth with a high degree of civilization ever of those sources from which they .. 4 West Zed Street New York CHI

13 earth Abdul Ufamid should naturally{ without question The Birmingham in consequence, so that it wouldbe income of the south is derived and on

tare the greatest fear of death. His Ledger commends the Senate for its a very grave,mistake if she did nbt which an estimate of its earning capacity A GOOD CARRIAGE.When
COST I .
v life has been one of unutterable atroc action and In this connection' has the till place these in their proper sphereof can be justly ,iven. The prof- AT'

mea and the horrible stories of his I fc.llowing to say: usefulness and value in all estimates Its on banking, merchandise transactions you want a good carriage

deeds that have emanated from the,i The (Senate refuses to follow the that might be made of the re-, dividends from stocks and bonds prompt service and safe and careful

v palace of the Leader of the Faithful[president. It voted to admit Oklahoma sources of the south.It I I receipts from transportation lines, water -l .;,at.... ,

{ky ihave shocked the civilized world. with the Indian Territory, has become a rule to measure val-, gas and electric systems and treatment, remember the original
j which was right. The people of those
Abdul Hamid dead frill, as far as territories wanted' it. It than refusedto ues by the earning power pf the in- other purely commercial sources were HACKMAN'S EXCHANGE.

I the world Is concerned, be far better I admit :Xew Mexico and Arizona as vestment on which they are based no less. than .000,000,000, whil3 re- Win. Johnson 6 Son. I PHONE 185.

?y than Abdul alive, and the sooner he one state. That too was right and considered by: this standard the ceipts from miscellaneous! sources
Just'rlly the president should take It was founded in 1892 and It has a
shuffles off this mortal toll and his;I| '
farm property of the south is the such as sales of lumfoer, timber land,
(an active Interest In forcing those reputation for polite and careful drivers
4 blackened sOUl takes its flight to the( most valuable of all its live stock minerals etc., were fully ; .
A i two great territories into one is not assets, as the Q and the best informed cabmen ia
Great 'Bar of Justice the sooner will,I altogether; explained but he did make following statement of its values and Jl.OOO.OOO.OOO.: I the city. Following are the members
the world be relieved of the 'Presence),I it an administration measure and the, and their hack numbers:
earnings will clearly demonstrate: I To the above we can add the returns and the
4 o? a monster for whom Hades yawns:.I senate would not consent to it. There Call see different A. M. Soloman No. 1; A. J. Leggttt
According to the census of 1900 from manufactured products of ?1,500-
r In state of Stall No. 7 J.
'Was propriety making a No. 5; J. worth. ; E. Morrls. -
the Oklahoma territories. It is about there were 355,791,55! acres in farmsIn 000,000 which gives the following No. 8: S. Sunday Jr.. No. 11, '
f Strong Opposition to the right size for a state as comparedwith the southern states, of which there grand summary'): ,. including the Electric II. Taylor, No. 12; 0. Abdelcotbe, No

the states around it. There was were only 121,831,797 acres improved. Recipts, agricultural ...$l.-s OOOOOOO styles, IE; R. J. Parker. No.. 18; T. II. Hear-
: Anti/Pi1otage Bill. reasonable objection to its admis- :1 S. Bibbs, No. 26 M. Pe
.,.. no or 34 per cent of the. whole. Recipts. commercial ...2000000.000 old No. ; ; -
sion. Recipts miscellaneous ..' 1,000,000,000 terson. No. 30; A. J. Braswell No. 7"
,Ai' The speech of Congressman Brant- In the case of the big territories The value-of the entire acreage improved Recipts manufacturing 1.500,000,000 Machine 'on display in'our All the above are nice closed ear-
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? ley of Georgia recently delivered:t with their deserts and mountains and and unimproved Including riages.;
t I against the bill abolishing compulsory!!1 canons, the diverse 1>Op'1atlonnd int Signed J. STALLWORTH. Pres.
buildings and all improvements, was Grand tptal,,:.......a.$6.000,000,000
pilotage on coastwise terests, it was not right to force them C. H. TAYLOR. Sec. and Tres.
vessels is reviewed -;t hardware By
.: together and begin an eternity of dis placed at $3,058,133,129'; and yet the Now this is nearly 6 per cent on department All new
j and commented' upon by the cord. The two should be admittedand fraction of the 'whole thatwas improved the wealth of //the entire nation welch : 0f'> 7. < .

n Savannah sews as follows: (I allowed to work out their own produced last year $1,500,000- is $110000000000.: The south posese- NEW
;:; In his recent speech In the House:Jesth\y as states. Bach is able to go YORKCLIPPER
000 which showed an earning capa- es of this the.sum of $30,000,000,000, Wheeler & Wilson Sewing:
.i; on the bill which proposes the abolition alone. ,
''I 1 11 of compulsory pilotage throughout -I The (position of the Senate ami the! city ot nearly 50 per cent on the total from which it will be seen that the ac-

the country on coastwise vessels, president should not be considered in acreage including the 66 per cent. teal earnings of the. south last year

9'' 'j. Representative Brantley of the this matter but the admission of: that was idle or unimproved.This was 20 per cent on Its total worth Machines .
';:" Eleventh District made several good states has always been a political is the clearest demonstrationthat These are not extravagant estimatesbut IS THE GREATEST
:J joints against the passage of theM question without concealment Just
be of the value-of
can given/ in-
measure. He directed attention'of the, what the lower house will do with the vestments in southern farm property. in the main are official figures an.Iare THEATRICAL 4 SHOW PAPERIN
i ; fact that In its earliest days Congress bill Is soon to be seen. Very probably: under rather than over tlC real
Even with all that has been or that Wm & SON. THE
:y l had recognized the right of the states the territories will have' to wait for can be said regarding farm labor in earnings of the south last year. Someof JOHNSON WORLD.

;, to make their own regulations respecting another two years. The two house! the south no other portion of this con- the estimates are based on census ... $4,00 Per Year. Single Copy 10 I Cis.
;
J pilotage, and this right had are not on good terms and m.ay not -
gone unchallenged until a few years tinent can show such earning capacity figures of six years ago when It is -" .- .- ,. ., -- ISSUED WBE LT.
aE j when agree. from its farm lands.. known that this period has been the
ago a movement for the benefit SAMPLE COPY
It is further remarked that these ------ ---- FREE.
I
!i of iNew; England] vessel owners, most prosperous that the south has
'. was started to abolish pilotage. The still another warning! A man In only carry an average valuation on ever experienced. These figures tell FRANK QUEEN PUB. CO.(W)
J States know better the peculiar needscf Hanover. Pa., 'fell Dread: while bring both improved and unimproved of their own story and need no embell- ALSERTJ.BORIS. PCBUSUKRS,
scuttle of coal from the cellar.- pease47 W.Sera 8Tn Mr YOU
ing
a about
I their ports than it is possible for $6.50 an acre. Instances can ishment at our hands.
::, ,Congress to 'know them, and a general Atlanta News. I,
law Mighty glad we live in "Florida ------ "'-
covering the subject would inevitably *
amount to a discrimination,where there are no cellars. Wonder HICKSCAPUDINE

,,1 against:pome of some the northern of the ports.states Because whose' if it would hurt a man much to tote The Sunny Side of Life SCREENS ,

t in an armful of wood from the backyard IMMIDIATtLT CUHtS
;j !'IOrts have a great foreign trade haveBeen HEADACHESnre.x.upCOLDS
?
fit_to_abolish compulsory coast-
: 'e jJiKJutge. it aoes not follow that .
3 similar abolition would be desirable moron Von Sternberg. the German IN 6 TO IS HOlM

In southern states, whose ports have ambassador, is: not well named. 119 ,e ,red sear JOe. AI DrQa
A, little
relatively
foreign trade. '
1 each It is rt recognized of as desirable that the Is considerably diplomatic horizon more than at Washington a speck on Put them in b,-ore the FLIES and
-Im entry shall have a corps ,
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of competent pilots; but if the means : MOSQUITOES into house. The Journal Printed During
of earning a living be taken away "Why does Rockefeller Run" asks t7 get your

;from the pilots bow is the corps going the Mobile Herald. Dead easy 'Cause I We 'furnish them CHEAPER February, 1906f
to bo sustained. The southern can
,roast states are not In a position toi no doesn't want ,to be caught a Total of

d i assume the burden of expense, and I | NOW. Get prices at once.

,jif heavier fees were levied upon "H Hoa.. l
i' foreign shfps they would be driven to 139,325COPIES
,other ports for their cargoes.: SANITARY CAMPAIGN 'f Supply of BRICK now on hand*
The-kernel of-the whole proposition IN NEW ORLEANS. -.
its, to save pilotage fees to coastwise >tt ---- 4
(ship owners. Neither shippers nor New Orleans States. iiE -
i crews nor ports would receive any -X of
e :benefit. It would be taking money ( n1t-a !r i die DeSilva .& Co. or an average
out of the pockets of a brave and .

l ard-working class of men to put in- (Following meetings in other uptown .
'Ito the pockets of the vessels owners, wards, the Tenth Ward held an Phone 11. 5,805DAILY
most of !Whom are domiciled In New enthusiastic. meeting last night at
''England. It Is a survival of that New "which Drs. White Warner and Chas ,.
11 j England spirit of thrift, even If It be I saignac and' Mr, Janvier made ad
Young Wife-Oh, Fred! the mlee have .
to ------
{necessary to pass a law accomplish dresses. The time has arrived when eaten all that cake I made. -
fit the war upon the stegomyia must be Husband-Never mind. .What's the use I The following figures show The peD-
r 'Mr. Brantley's speech on the bill I begun In earnest, for observations in of grieving over a few little mice sacola Journal's circulation for each
41 i no doubt did much towards giving vast years have shown the existence lla Hope. of February.:
month
TWO DA YS ONLY day during the
4 J interior and Western congressmen any of this varlaty of mosquito In this Jinks-Do you expect to move thlf of
'insight Into the proposition and will city during'the early days of A.pril. print? 1906 with the averagfe> number

1 prove a stumbling: block In the way of It is necessary, therefore to be ready Fickle-I expect to. yes; but hope mj copies daily:
'w ,the unjust and unnecessary antipilotage to exterminate all kinds of mosquitoes wife may decide to grant me a reprieve. MATINEE AND NIGHT! Feb. 1 5,700. Feb. 15, 5,703
:a bill. as soon as they make their appearance Feb. 2. 5,700 Feb. 16, 5,700
a" anti-pilotage 'bill which Is sim and It is none too early to Feb. 3, 5,750 (Feb. 17, 5,900:>

F J I'The flar to other measures that have bee get the forces ready dot the fight WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY MARCH 21 and 22 Feb. 4, 6.000 Feb. 18 6,125
which must be 19 ..,.
J Introduced in the past with the same waged; Feb. 5, ..... Feb. ,
After addressing' his audience last Feb. 20, 5,700
Feb. 6, 5,700
i object In view is graft pure and night and noticing the spirit and en j The and Show this Feb. 7, 5,700 Feb. 21, 5,700
only high-class Dog Pony coming
elm-pie( and, as .1 Ir. Brantley says' thusiasm displayed Dr. White announced r.Mr year. Feb. 22, 5,700
r.t 1 ,,will only be beneficial to owners of that If the same spirit should The exhibition beautiful, a performance, incomparable.* Feb.Feb. 8.9, 5,700 5,700 Feb. 23 5,700

coastwise vessels who already have animate the people in the other districts Feb. 10, 5,900 Feb. 24, 5,700
1 of New Orleans he would be .
: t their full share of protection. It Is SEIBEL BROS. Feb. 11, 6,100 Feb. 25 6,27pFeb.
glad to recommend to outside communities 26, .'
12, ..... Feb.
note that the
to
energetic
j pleasing that they refrain from: quar- Feb. 27 5,9*
Feb. 13, 5,700
1&, fight which is being made against the j antining even If a few cases of fever Feb. 28 5J#
14, 5,700
Feb.
measure blJS fair to result In prevent- should develop in Now Orleans. Ow- DOG and PONYSHOWSiIwIrNM -
11 ing to the splendid' record Dr. White
ifs { .. 139,3tf
sg .
t tag passage by congress. Total for the month
made while control of the forces
in ,
mlmmlvln -
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: 0. DO. IT NOW if. South the.anthorities, vheu.lt and comes the to people yellow of fever the WATCH FOR '. STREETPARAD :EVERY MORNING\ 'Ill O'CLOCK I hereby certify that the abo th'

ftt 4' is a good creed;' matters more thoroughly than statement la correct according to
any
;t' and-with the aid of :! other man In the country and It is Important Thoroughbred Ponies..75 Wonderful Dogs! 25 Mamlatrs Monkeys! records on flit In this offlce.
.
t WANT ds FRED A. SWEITT,
26 ADVERTISING: his valuable that-New assistance: Orleans and should support have Doors Open it 1:30: red 7:30: p. m. dallj. PerformancM-in fetor Ulir.DONT Circulation .)lanag*-p.

da You axe usually able to .. during the season upon which we are Newlywed-Cma't you ,cut tfowi Sworn to and lubacrlbed before ffl'

4P practice it. OS now .entering some Of your eitrava ance T f4+.aa- MSS TH E PARADE: this 58th day. of February, 1906.
,. 0 The business: Interests here and the Mrs. wlywed-Oh.. yea FU begin oa A PERRY DICKEN,
il tirCGK"6'FdiY y' 'n.a! .
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FORTY CHARREDBODIES Colorado Climate andDocturs. ,-






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WRECK .. .. An eloquent and convincing:
.., ; : : : :'i: '.{:i3i4.Y- :.: iayrir d'jN1fr
;testimonial from Mr. 8. L.

:Davidson of Denver Cola

(COntinUed from First Page)
fatter ,of the little group of

apart when the engineers discoveredthat handsome sturdy children
Powder
Baking a collision was Imment.
whose pictures we publish.

FORTY CHARRED. BODIES\ ; ,' .r Mr. Davidson and his family.were
STILL IN THE WRECK } under the care of the best:

Ahso/uteyPure doctors la the nut and spent much
Pueblo,'Colo., Mar. 16;About forty time and money in futile attempta
charred bodies are in ths ruins of two to regain their health.. They finally
passenger trains on the Denver &; R.'o came to Colorado, thinking theclimate

Grande Ra'lroad'! which met in collision r'P would be beneficial, but

Makes the finest, lightest, best flavored biscuit hot at two o'clock this morning thirty .fir "cq l. were again disappointed.

miles west of Pueblo. ______ Finally Duffy's Malt Whiskey
breads cake and The trains met on a sharp curve. was tried and proved encc 8.fal
pastry. Number 3. westbound, pulled by two after everything else had failed.It .

I engines, met number 16. eastbound is eceasaryto read Mr.David

Royal Baking Powder is 'of highest and running at high '''speed. Many son's letter and study the pictureto
quality, always were killed by the impact and fire add appreciate gratitude for what

ed to the catastrophe.. Duffy's haa done for hitanif and

pure, wholesome, uniform. The contents of each can are The cause of the aco'dent: is rpport- W his.. family. He says:
ed to have been the failure to deliver r.r1 rJ v r' I want yon'to Know that Duffy's Pure
exactly like other and will retain their and orders to No. 16 so' that No. 3 could Malt Whiskey has done our family more
every strength [nod then ten ycr** of medical attendance.
pass. I .Y We were under the CAT of th. e
freshness The three locomotives are a mass bit decora In the East and apent time
regardless of dimate or season. of wreckage. I and money endeavoring to, Meur son
1.i.d respectable degre of health. Finally ws
Relief trains were sent as soon 11'i
as came to Colorado a. W6 thought tn.
Remember that possible from the nearest stations and climate would do na some sood. In this
Royal is a pure, cream of tartar ba= from Pueblo with physicians and we were disappointed, and I wu on ththverge
of retumfor East when my attention -

king powder, absolutely free from alum or phosphatic acid. I other At noon assistance.s teen bodies and 34 injured i' t, "Whiskey.was Personal Duffy's I have Pure not Malt used ;
: .' ii .
were brought here on a special + w\ ; 1 ii5Y S1 rn. ,: : liquor in any form, but so muck is Mid

relief train. : % {.: .2'i: r: !'r).+5i. J in jaedlcin behalf ot I your determined whiskey.to when used asa

The work of rescue is greatly hindered I tors and take Duffy's Fur ataltWhir

I by the cold and a, heavy snow i key
"From our rperlenc I may state thatyour
storm. Halt WhUkey will bring health to
Alum and Atom-phosphate powders I ___ I aay Invalid except when a surgical oper-
injuriousDo
are.
OPERATOR FAILED TODELIVER ation la necessary. Aa our picture will
3-j : prove, we are all happy and 'in the beet
: AN ORDER of health.-. U DAVIDSON Denver.
Not Use Them .1306.Our .
Col. Feb. ZT.
.. MR. AND MBS. S. I* DAVIDSON AMD FAULT
f f Denver Mar. 16 It Is reported -
here that an operator's failure to deliver -'

1q 1 trous a collision train order between caused the passenger disas-, Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskeys


trains oq. the Denver and Rio Grande an absolutely pure, gent ) and invigorating inset, and tonic. builds up th.nerve tWsut', tones up the heart. gives
**& **H"* H H 'l-H Iwf: :# proud of it. lie dresses like a man today. power to the brain, strength and elasticity to the muscl a and richness to the blwwj It brings Ijjtp action all th* vital
I and eats like a man, and his table It is said that Operator S. F. Lively force\ h makes: for overworked delicate women ana 81 J 4ly chtdrca It strengthens and Mtalns the system la a promoterof
i et'quattee! is said to be superior to at, Swallows, ten miles east of the good health and longevity men., makes the old young and keeps the young !!tron,.. Seven thousand doctors prescribe and
AMUSEMENTS r that of some men.ahis' clothes are of scene of the wreck was ordered to; 2,000 hospitals use Duffy's Pure :Malt Whiskey exclusively. '
t; ". the latest cut and he dresses in the hold tae west bound train there until' Beware of dan eroot Imitations ubftltates. They are seamed tiamful led are MU IWOfIt.4I47 by ao.aapuloao Ie'*> "Leek
* height of fashion and always enters the east bound should pass. It is as- for the trsda.mrk.the"Old Chemist."m the Isbel,and lie! oerUla the MO]ova the cork Is unbeeken.W. Cruj2l3t3 and grocers, or dIna.s. .
'* .,00 a bottle. Dor'advice and medial booklet rr e. Dun>digit Whiskey Co.,Rochester,N..Y.
M the arena carrying a cane. lie wearsa serted that the operator was asleep
:i- 'Io *# if rf Y Ii(ikli < '
+ I erplFlt$'if IF'E] l tY +er silk hat and patent leather shoes when the west bound train passed.
N. GOLDRING AND LOUIS BEAR COMPANY. Distributers.
and has a valet to wait upon him from Later, when asked by the dispatcher
I the time his performance commences at Pueblo If the train had paaaed he

Y I until it Is. over. It frequently takes answered "No." A warrant is out for ,
A half an hour to get the dandy ready his arrest. THE HUMAN MIND.It -

I for his appearance before an audience
i .;7 as he is very fastidious and particular The Original Laxative Cough Syrupis la a Wo d rfol Vehicle For Rapid SAROMA PREPARED PAINT !
{ about his appearance. He is"sa'd: Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar. Ity .( Action.A .

to be vanity personified t His hair It expels all cold from the system by flash of light Is not sluggish sound
bV must be parted just right, his trousers acting as & cathartic on the bowels. travels rapidly bullet, is no messenger This is a low-cost, ready'prepared Paint for painting:;

t i i,. possess the proper creaseand Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar i' boy, and an automobile which cottages, baras. roofs, etc. Painting greatly lengthens
the, life ,of buildings besides adding much to its
so
his general appearance perfect, and a certain, safe and harmless cure for shoots a mile in twenty-eight secondsis ap

otherwise he will Ins' \t upon delaying colds, croup and whooping cough. moving along certainly. When it pearance.

I. yam the performance until his ward comes to getting over the ground in a
DOLLAR A GALLON.Saunders
THE BEST SHOE FOR THE, ONE .
'L robe is satisfactory and his
appearance real hurry, however, to devouring distance -
likewise LEAST MONEY CAN BE FOUND AT:
lie insIsts
.
being -
upon In dead earnest, the dreamer
the whole thing while he is before THEPENSACOLA marches proudly.at the bead! of the procession I Mill Company,
1 the audience. Mc floes an citing : SHOE PARLORS,
lie makes the very latest thingin
act which Is the hit of the show. Corner Intendencia and Baylen.
t. ?Mt the IJae of. 150 horsepower racing Phone 71 7. 21 East Garden Street.
He has hs! luncheon served hot; eats i
SUNDAY DINNER AT cars look like hay carts in a mild bank.A .
!'
with a fork uses a napkin pays his
check and never fails to ftp the'wait- THE SOUTHERN HOTEL' man sits: la his hair after dinner

er. All of which is said to be very and dozes. He awakes with a start

funny and affording I great delight to Following is the menu for Sunday and discovers, to his surprise, that he

the little: folks esoeciallj. dinner at the Southern Hotel: I lost consciousness for exactly three DRIVESTHEM

Sliced; Tomatoes Fresh Lettuce' minutes by the clock. Yet in those

t r< riy To draw the fire out of a burn,heal Queen Olives three minutes he journeyed from New

dLL, a cut without leaving a scar or to Blue Points York to Port Said transferred himselfto

cure boils, sores tetter, eczema and all Chicken. Gumbo Tillett, St. Petersburg, ,loitered in Paris and OUT OF

skin and: scalp diseases, use DeWitt Salted Almonds London and sailed up the Nile. What is"
Scene from "Hearts of the Blue Ridge," Opera House Next Baked White Fish with Parsley
Monday NightThe I Witch Hazel Salve. A specific for of greater importance in this connection THE HOUSE
Get Boiled Sugar Cured; Ham
piles. the genuine. No remedy
he journeyed leisurely, almost Indolently
Harris-Parkinson Stock Co. mergau will be one of the features causes such speedy relief. Ask forDaWitt's Georgia Corn Pone lie stoPPe4 at various "pointsof I I TO DIE
Roast Young Chicken, with Dress'ngSavory !
The Harris : -the genuine.
-'Park nson Stock Com of their week's engagement announcements interest" and examined them thoroughly
pany opens their week's engagementat of this wonderful p'ay being! Gravy
Currant Jelly I he met with annoying and
the heatre next Monday night witha made later. More than a carload of NO FIRE SALE OR JOBBER i end
Roast Tenderlo'n of Beef amusing experiences on steamships
scenic product'on of the powerful scenery is carried by the Harris-Par. STOCK. ALL, SHOES: DIRECT with. StcarnsHElcctricRat
talked
with Mushrooms trains, be acquaintances
melodrama, "Heart of the Blue kinson Company and all their plays FROM FACTORY. f I
Straiwlberry Frappe Bell Pepper Salad whom be encountered foreign lands,
Rid'e. and from all reports the company are staged with that careful attention PENSACOLA SHOE PARLORS,
Oyster: Souffle Veal Pot Pie : and be told' some of them precisely
is even stronger: than when hire I that mark the success of some of the Corner Intendencia and Baylen. and Roach Paste
Boston Cream Puffs ; what he thought of them. There was
last
season. They have allnt'W
: nearly largest productions on the road. ,
:Mashed Potatoes iSuanr!! Corn in that. A dreamercan
genuine pleasure
plays this year and a strong olio Parker Denies Interview.' aat a.eA
of specialties' It will 4>e remembered -: Seibel Bros.' Dog and Pony Show. I I Augusta Ga, March 16.Judge Alton String Beans Fried Egg Plant put thousands and thousands of Z3e: box Of Stums' CUctrlo Past will hill *ff all tfc* rat sad 4
Mince Pie Suet Pudding. Wine Sauce .lie* IN a hens* la a single night
that behind him In the short of
This company last season pay! With the Se'bel Bros dog and pony B. Parker; passed through this c'tyth's Banana Ice Cream Asorted Cake miles space
ed to the largest week's business ever! shows, which will be seen In this city''' morning on the way to Camden, three minutes and lazily enjoy himselfin WATER BUGS COCKROACHES, BED BUGS
\txed: Nuts Bon
Bans to nsa.
Electric Pasta Very easy
done and other vermin are here by a -eek.stand companyand Wednesday and Thursday, March 21 where he, went to confer w'th: David Edam Cheese Saltines his wanderings By comparison the
the excellent Impression madeis and 22. are a number: of very extra- Bennett HilL He denied having given Cafe Noir chauffeur with his life in his bands, is GUARANTEE dOM Vour n..t nionty do H will t mt to l'A.deeadyoreSt.ar.JEleelrlsli.1salltw.bP..e.::

still fresh in the minds of theatregoers -! ordinary monkey actors. The star out an alleged Interview at Birmingham M'lk Tea Cocoa : a slow coach! and he must attend 2 oz. box 25c; Hotel size(eight times the quantity)$1.00
of thIs city. With the ladies' performer of the lot is a big chimpanzee to the effect that he! believed: 17mar2t. strictly to business. lIe can engage in Sold tnryikirt ir silt in rait nwH M rtciltl..Iet I

ticket given away for their opening almost the s'ze of a man'woo Roosevelt would seek another nornina- no conversation or sightseeing.The PASTE CO. 111. U. S. A.
STEARNS1 ELECTRIC Chicago
play the house evidently won't hold' Is a sort of Berry Wall of the "400.' I fan, and declined to discuss that subject human mInd (is a wonderful ve- ,

fhf'm. The Passion Play of Oberam-II' Ills name is McAllister, and he is very I Her Method of Darn Ins;. hicle. Some people In spectacles have

"The worst case of a henpecked manI analyzed it and think.that they know
--
ever saw," said the traveling"man. what it ia and what it can do. But they I '=...c __._ --

"is up in my little native place among I do not know, and they never' will know.ProYJdenceJournal. SICILIAN MAIDS.
the Berkshire hills. The hen in this: 1.
---
case la a smart woman who runs a The Strict Espionage That !. E....-

'T farm and keeps everything shipshape eked Orrr Them.
except.her husband. She is content to Cave Him Start. America r
The girl In Is singularly
young
We Will Buy Holding up a pair of antique candlesticks -
let him get along In,.any old fashion unrestrained In her movements
said
an auctioneer :
Interfere with
not
be does
so long as albeit there i Iii so much stress laid
her, work. One day he asked her apologetically "Give me a start. npon the presence of chaperon upon
voice from the
and Give It to You to Try. If she wouldn't darn at least "A dimer came a such occasions as usage or etiquette
You & Bottle of Liquozone, for crowd.
of his stockings
one pair ,every
I demand 'It, but what Is this pretense
exclaimed the horrified auc-
"What! p
r ,
be owned had boles.
pair i of espionage in comparison with what jT

We had been Abo most forms of the foEowln. < "She gave him a crushing glance and tioneer."Ut said the bidder, "I thought I the young women of Sicily must endure -
make few claims of what Liquo- been made with it.115 power said 'If pair has boles wear two ,
lOne will do. And no testimonials are proved,again and a"in. m the most difficult lI::KiUaey tomacb: Trouble Troubles Women Liver Troubled. l rlaeasesFever pairs and every the good places In one will th:1t: 'would give him 'a startrIlrrklrss. accordipg to a book of'sketchespublished 1iri .1
published to show what it has done. We germ'diseases Then we offered to Inflammation or caUurb-impure or poK I I in collaboration by two Eng-
Drt'if'r that each sick one should learn its supply the first bottle free.ia every disease Boned In nervous bood-Usually debility indicate Ltqoozooe a germ acu attack.as a vita izeewoumphsaing :, cover the boles In the other. And she lish authors? According to this au-

power by a test. That is the quickest that required it..tnd over one remarkable results. made him do It too.-New York: Press.Uesleo' Doctor to wife of patient-Be brave, thority, the young woman who comesIn
(
fsto convince you. million dollars han been spent to an- by the day to do Dewing brings actlapt'ron. Stationery Attracts Attention i
50c.
Bottle
to Inform
Free.
painful duty
It is
madam. my
So .
we offer to buy the first bottle and nounce and fulfill tLL>offer. Fans. Sa'eswomen' In the shopsare
P: it to you to try. Compare it with The result is that 11, 00.000 bottles If you need Liquozone,and have neve In Mexico fans were used long be- you that in ,twenty-four hours alone to as surely as a magnet draws steeL We
common, remedies; see how much more ban been used mostly in, the past two tried it,please send us this coupon. We iota the conquest and when Montezuma your,husband will_l>* no more. not allowed to go a customer's stand for everything! In stationery 5

n does. Don't cling to the old treat- jears. Today: there are countless cured will then mail you an order on a local I heard that the Spaniards bad The Wife (overwhelmed with grief house, the maid servants are and everything we stand for is top #

frsnts\ blmdlj The scores of diseases ones, scattered everywhere, to tell what druggist for full-size bottle, and will landed and were about to visit, him he but at the same time having regard to not allowed to leave their employers'houses quality Just as pure water is look

"**.:rh are due to germs call for a germi Liquozone has don pay the druggist ourseh for it. Thisis sent for and lapidaries and expense)-Good gracious! And you unprotected even to go to ed for from a crystal spring, so the
fIde Please learn what Liquozone can But so many others need it ,that this our free gift, made; to convince you goldsmiths have prescribed medicine for five days! church according to an agreement entered finest things to be had for money are
do offer published rtnl. In late years,science to let the product itself chow whatit ordered among other gifts which werei
is ; you upon when thq maid 'L4' hired. sought at our store, and the expectation
dueases to i I i to be offered to Cortes, two feather at Jeast.
has traced scores of germ can do. In justice to yourself, please When a young 'girl is left alone at Is never disappointed. Our sta
What Liq\ ozone Is.. attacks. Old remedies do not apply to accept it today, for i it places you underno i!i fans'oraaniented with a sun and moon home she is locked into the house by tlonery world Is the whole thing not l
them. We wish to show those sick ones obligations of gold. Like' the Japa- .. .
The virtues of Liquozone are derived < highly polished --- -- -- : a hemisphere. Everything from a !5-

solely from gases. The formula i ia sent to -at our cost-what JJquoione can do. Liquozone costs 50c. and SI. I I nese 'and other ancient nations' the her What parents.would the Independent youngwomen : cent tablet to the most el gant of polite
irh user The of making re-: Aztecs evidently considered the fan an
process<< stationery.
Where It Applies.These : of America think of such assiduous ,
C.lIrf'S; large apparatus, and from 8 to 14 CUT OUT THIS COUPON 1 emblem of authority, tot they generally COFFEE -
t\"}' time it is directed by chemistsaf the diseases in rnkh Liquo- placed It In the hands orometeuctll!, I oversight upon their,actions as HOOTON'S PHARMACY
are Fill It out and man it to The TJquosona Ctna- DISAGREES ? the fair maid of I
ate is to that enjoyed ( > by
highest class. The object so
has been 'employed. In theseit god of and of Totec, the military -
V* zone most panT,/ S-IM Wabae&Ave,Cblcaco.My paradise The Birthplace of Prompt Delivery
and combine the to into this beautiful little three, cornered island -
as
gases carry
haa earned its widest reputation/ disciple of QuetzMeohuatl.Weighing WITH MANY Phone 1100.
w* system powerful tonie- ermiclde.nbct all of these trouble we supply the first; disease to....._............................... I off the coast of Italy? ,
f tx) with Liquozone kills any format bottle free. And mall-no matter how difficult I have never tried Uqooson. but It yon win the There's. health and As -a matter, rri.ct. few: American -
disease germ, because germs are, of offer each user' a two' months supply me a Soo boitla Less I will tab Ii..N Anchor. bow .h1-'F.-s.;: : A. M.
-\se had strength from girls realize ,many liberties they Escambla Lodge, N
A who no knowledgeof
vegetable!
Yet to the body Liquo- young lady,
origin. further test without the risk of a penny. 'I
zone B not only harmless, but helpful ............................................---- nautical phrases asked a friend. enjoy. Free from tbe English nursery Regular communication of
in the extreme.: That is its main distinction Asthma doltruuttileet "Do you know. .I often wonder why system before her debut;free AC a rule Escambla Lodge No. 15. F. &
Atece**-Annml*
Common germicides are poison Bronchitis Hay F:yer-Idueld& ,.................... ....._..N.NN.NA a,ship has to weigh Its anchor every POSTUMRead to choose- her own husband, unlike :G X A. )L, will be held Monday
then taken internally. That Is why Rlood Bowel Poison Troubles LeucorrCCouCtaColds time It leaves port?" The answer of most of her European sisters-allowed I evening. ,March<< 19. at 8

medicine ds has been so helpless in a germ M.luia-s'ouralpa; c.----....--...................... her friend was not illuminating-"Well fairly unrestricted:companionship with o'clock. Visiting! brethren fraternally
h se. Liqupione is exhilarating, vi- Cvnugiuoa CDusuiDptrai Usei) ... !ryw' aaa tWmCancerstews 1 5 GIVe full nddroas- nt*plainly -er-the weight Is constantly changing the opposite sex and altogether c nsld-, invited
ziuS, purifying, ; yet no disease germ ': eaofuls- }'pbnftDysenteryi5&Ube. -Tha Road ,to Wellville" ered as'the companion and friend of C. D. BEYER.W. .
'
Un exist in it. Mklsffw. ; otfl Ural Ibis offer applies to new men paly' ; yon know, because of the er:- -
W. 1C
He purchased; the American rights to Dyp.psis-D.u<5nJT! 'Tumor-rkc.1 Tab.reusastczentsfry. Any pbys + ) apeatq 'will 1 t gladly\ tuppUed: tut Uat. liberty.-Philadelphia! Leder SecreUrr.o
JU020ne after thousand of tests had ItferalnlafoBe* Tkr t TroutiiiiiuiiI&iiiIl a the anchor!"London sews.a her
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PAQC tX! THE PEKSACOLA JOURNAL, SAT4J45 DA Y_ M'O R NT MO.; MARcI7, 1908t ,.
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t l i THE CORNERSTONE OF CHEAPSix DeLuna r Street* BARGAINS, HOOTON. & WATSON ,


J400000-.Lot W. Romana St. 54x120. Successors to,Thos. C. Watson o Co. j
Merchants and others
small dwellings one block from near Spring. _

l Palafox'on lot 70x160; renting for 1540. considering location, should change see.of $5S0.00-The ave. and 5 lots Jackson.on SE .cor. 9th Leading Real Estate, Rental. and Insurance Agency

year
YOUR PROSPERITYIS per $4500.00 what we have to offer $6300.00-Splendid lot for business
We
on the new street to j building on' Wp Government

can now'contraet opposite opera _house. .

LESLIE E. BROOKSREAL furnish or building'a store' ;. to,..office suit $$315000% room 2 story' modern List ef Desirable Property for Sale.
j home, on the hill; dirt cheap.
i jour special require- $5000.00-Elegant little borne on North
LAID ESTATE BOUGHT AND SOLD ments, lease .,or ,sale; : Palafox St;; all modern improvements -
or the 'land only for ideal for small Two story brick building l centrally located just off of Palafox

RENTS COLLECT MONEY' immediate Jmprove- family can ba enlarged at street.--;. ... .... .. .. .. .. .$1030000
ment on lines subjectto small cost, One of the most desirable building lots on North Hill on a corner

LOANED. our approval I: Also $27)0.00-6: papered cot fronting.South near car line 100 by 150 feet. .. .. .$$3,70000
first dollar piece of real room newly
rwhen you pay jour on a
have an ideal site for Two story new dwelling on corner lot 60 by 125 feet on North
!
,J estate-''whether for a home or business property. 2041/s S. Palafox st.. Fisher Building. large hotel. d' tage and 5 lots, located in value.where HiH. .. ..... .....'. .. ... .. .. .. .$3,150.00:\
Pensacola Is on the eve of the greatest growth in It will increase
Phone 462. A desirable and very comfortable one story six room
dwelling
I her history, and investments mace now will yield $lSOO.00-6. room cottage East Jack. with
all modern conveniences! on the car line. West Gregory
returns in the near future. We have Will Be As ,t>on St beautiful bay- handsome large List with 80 by 144.. .. .. .... .. ........ .... .... .. .. .. 3000.00
q4 lists of business and residence property farm and your property us, we can
North half of block 67. New City Tract; 10 lots by 137 ft 6 inches
Umber lands which w: would like to show you. REAL ESTATE get a buyer. each
: a beautiful location overlooking the bay only block
Money to loan. at reasonable rates ; one from car
Good as, Palafox. of interest. Hne. ... .. .. .. .*.. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... $1,75000
30,000 acres wood land. 15 to. 25 Two story five, room store and dwelling and ,one story four room

; miles of Pensacola; cheap for cash dwelling corner lot. 60x170 near water front. .. .. '.. .$,400000
Pensacola Investment Company and quick gale; also city property for L. S. BROWN '& CO. We have a few well located blocks in the New City Tract that we can
sale and rent.V e want real
your
sell at from $325.00 to $500.00 per block any one of which is bar.
a. H. D'ALEMBERTE, City Manager. estate to rent or sell on best terms McDavid-Hyer Company Thles Building. gain. .' a

ti W. BL KNOWLES, President R. B. SIMPSON Secretary.J. for good service. ,I' "WE: SELL 'LOTS.>! Those having";, property desiring to self same, would find it to the'r

York --- -- advantage place same in our hands, as we-have, disposed of
New about
J. E. ST1LLMAN V Pres. Ml Cen. Manager. KNOWLES liTER, Treasurer. Agents
". T. CRAWFORD Life Insurance--Company. $300,000.06 worth in the last. 60 days. If you have funds to loan

Kael Estate, loans. General '"'(catments. EXCELLENT BUILDING consult us. If you desire nn agent to collect jour rents; or want
315V2 South Palafox Street. 8 E. Government Street fire insurance;' .or'"if you .want: to buy a piece of property and Jont
215 South Palafox Street Pensacola, Florida. Phone 7CO. Pensacola, .Fla. know who owns same. consult us.

-. SITESFOR
.For'-Sal. '

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/WHEN YOU WANT NICE, JUICY I SALE
WESTERN OR NATIVE BEEF WANTED FOR \LE-7.000.000: feet cypress; Some HOOTON & WATSON
,
I 6000.000 fet white oak, 7.000,000 feet
Groceries at living prices Two corner lots North Palafox. near
and Fancy
Oert-
WANTED : pine and gum. Apply McKinzie
.- give Mojer on the Square a call or ness. Will partner b ar'in investigating paying busi! ing Co. S. Palafox St. 17mar4t.t. car line; cheap at. .. .. ... .. 700 PHONE 54. 34 SOUTH'PALAF'OX STREET.
; phone No. 718 Others on North Palafox at from
Small capital required. Apply P. O Good l Investments ,
J Still 20 pounds Standard Granulated Box 753 17marl6t; S. C. BROWN LEXHroRN8-Kulp- I $150' up. -
Sugar, $100 Country Pork Chickens Hughes Strains; egg record. 240 per Four ('Orner.lols In block N. ot Ha;- -I
< and Eggs a specialty. POSITION' WAN'IED ON THE ROAD pullet. The farmer's and fanciers erman's residence. New City a bar

GOPHERS GOPHERS, AT MOYER8. -By experienced wholesale grocery chicken. Eggs for hatching. An all gain at. .. .... .... ........$1000 Miscellaneous
PHONE 718. salesman. (Satisfactory local and out t fertile guarantee. Prices: Pen, No. and Homes.A (Five lots ,E. 13th St., near ,car line TimberLands

1 of town references '!feiven Address 1. |2, pens Nos. 2 and 5,. $1.50 for 15 faclng'Oporto square... ..- .. .$1250
S. O. L.. care Journal. 17marlw* Sunnyside Poultry Farm, DeFuniak Three lots corner Gadsden St. and DRESSMAKING-Mrs. E. E. Liger hat
; HELP WANTED car line, unsurpassed view of bay $960 opened a first-class
L. I have secured the services of E. E.: Springs: Fla. References-anyone in BARGAIN dressmaking
the 13marlm Two lots E. La Rua (near in$00 shop! at her residence 238 WrstGoi.
I Liger and will be pleased to have? city. Seven room and ban house on North
:1 t < seamstress an lila frfends'to' call and Hayne .St. with all modern conveniences Five lots on 8th St.' E Hill near eminent street: and: would like to have
experienced h .
iWANTEDn see m : deals also farms
FOR SALE-Grocery store and resl I car line; excellent site.. .. ... .$950 $$200.000 and up; your patronage.
-- !fr: also girl to learn. 17mar."WANTED He is an expert barber. J. S. Durham ., dence combined. Including stock ,for 2500. and city property for investment or IJmarlw

ail E. Wright. 15marlw fixtures, etc; nice name, good water, 'Two cottages on East Romana St., R.YAEGER saw mill and turpentine locations virgin HACK No 12-Always ready with

,l -A colored man or woman Miss WANTED-Position wanted by fist one whole block under fence. Cash I No. 522.and 526; rent. for $8 a month pine, timber, cypress, hardwoods driver. C. H Taylor goodreliable
to pro
) to live on premises. Apply Class circular saw filer and hammer. only. Corner Maxwell and 6th ave. for J600. stock farms ,?tc. Call on or address prietor. Phone 1236. Hackman's .
vf1 ,Smith 319 E. Gregory. 17mar Reference furnished if necessary.. Ad :Mrs. Z. P. Ryan, P. O. Box 614. No.:202 Thiesen Building., Phone 686 Sawmill and turpentine land 'a specialty Phone 185. 20feblm Exchange

dress Filer care Journal. ISmarlm 144 by 192 feet! deep on East Garden Box 115, DeFuniak Springs Fla.TURNER&AYMARD.
premises --------------------------
J\'I.\\'TEI-Nurse to lIve en I5mar5t street 14400. CUT FLOWERS-Orders
!J4 Apply at once to 319 West Belmout FOR SALE.-Turpentine location 25 For Sale I I filled for rose,/ carnations promptly flowers r
!.17marteWAN'1DDMen ARCHITECTURE Plans. Specifications crops boxes, timber to cut 15 crops 5 room cottage and reception hall of
designs kinds.
and all Miss
and details furnished for modern cot. will sell entire business or an interestto back and front gallery, closets,house FOR Bmi
sAbEpa RENTNew six room Smith. 616 N. Barcelona.
Phone
i to learn barber trade. tages $&.00. Blue Prints of fine dwelling : good man with" some money. Address new and in good ,condition, large lot, house on East Hill in excellent location 651 ]

11 Splendid time to begin. Busy reason drawn to suit the most fastidious.. "Florida, care. Journal. on' North 8th avenue between 11th on two large lots;, block and a TAILORING-B. L. Diamond TailorGents' .

:I; soon. Few weeks completes; top Chas. W. Howe- Bagdad, Fla. llma.rl0tFOR and 12th ,street, a !bargain at $1200., half from' car line; cement basement Real Estate and clothing cleaned, pressed and I
wages paid 'graduates Positions j I 14marl2t SALE-Two-stoI'Y" house contain beneath. large airy rooms -shower repaired on short notice. No. 114
best trade in the world for eleven 6x Corner 8th avenue anJ'12th street Abstract Company West Government St Pensacola FIt
waiLIng; \ A BARGAIN-Party. owning 6,000 I ing roomscorner. lot 9 bath and sewer connections. For ,
poor man. Little capital starts bus- acres gOOd mill Umber, mills located 120. For information 'apply 501 W::|5 room and hall cottage pantry back and particulars address, House care Jour Idee. I
$ Investigate. !ftlbler Ba'bor' Chase. front gallery gas and city water. Sawmill Turpentine Land a Spec-
'J ness. on same will sell outright, or au L llmar house : nal.' lima. J. H. PORTER, sallmaker 716 Sout II
new. a large lot $1700.
f College. New Orleans, La. llmarlw interest ,
to cialty.
practical man with some i FOR SALE-Four room house with % [ Palafox street. Orders taken for I
; 'WANTED-farm.Ten men Men to with work families on tur- Journal. llmarlOt. Apply to L. M. Davis. P.. O. Box 633.; between DeSoto and Stronge for five and two good 'size mules. Will sell P. 0. BOI I 115 DeFuolak Springs, Fisr'id] cots. etc. Prices reasonable. 31Jan. ,
pentine at a bargain. Apply to Ben Johnson.cor.
City. lOmarlm days at $1725 .
preferred. Call on A. Green care of 'IED-Everyone to know that --iBoard --- SHIP CHANDLERS-McKinzie I
m 6th ave and Lloyd St 15marlw Oert-
Solomon Furniture Co. 16marlw The Great New Fox Visible Typewriter 54 1.3 ft. on West Romana.street at and Rooms. ing &. Co., ,wholesale and retail ship
FOR SALE-A. R. Bingham has
has been received by F f. a the foot of Spring St., improvementson FOR SALE-A desirable lot lying immediately -!I chandlers and grocers, only flrst-clacs
Acth' wanted ineach Bruce and is now on display at No. 28 good team of mules for sale... See house of kind in ,
WANTED- e jnan property renting for $13 per month south of the Masonic city. Fair prices to al, 4
ij East Government. All interested I them on hki. new float .feb2? ONE large double furnished room. ...
; : county to exhibit, demonstrate are $4000 Temple having a frontage on Pa'a-' -- -
& and advertise staple line; salary $18 cordially invited to call anJ inspect. I FOR SALE-Beautiful block In New fox street: of 30 feet by ,a depth of Hot and cold water bath, with use Fine stationery> invitations

:.- weekly, $3 per day for expenses. No 7mar. City. Tract No 312. For cash $600. 40 ft. by 170 ft. deep on East Ro 182 feet. For sale for a few days onlyat of Phone telephone,' 415 West Gregory St. visiting cards tally cards, etc. Celia )

:.. capital required. Honesty and sobriety --_ -- ----- -- Apply to A. )I. McMillan. Court Houaa. mana St,. next to Bass &- Cp., a good $21.000.00; one half cash. the balance 865. 17marlw M. Robinson, representing The Chas.H. .
; WANTED Contribut ons for the Or Elliott Company of '
Philadelph'a.Smsrlm. .
1' more essential than experience National lang Ine8'tmentMM.. in 12 months at six per cent in r
phans' Home Money, clothes, eatables FOR RE.-r'7Sn..ly: furnished rooms, .
_, t Co., 120 Chestnut St. Philade t- terest. Ilooon &Watson.. ISmarl .
phid. limar etc.. received JCoii/v Mr" AVmtFliner FOR SALE--Nice, clean : 5 lots on the *.outhed't corner of very iea>'onable. !App' :20! W Rom --- -- -
i1 ___ : I pre*!dent, or .Mrs N. ( at ae cents ,a baad'e! This ef. St. *
McK., pers : ]1 Spring and Lee ,iltP..t'!; a *pl nd d KREH YARD EGG?-RE''f'ivpd daily
?,4! WANTED-Local repi emulative In Oerting secretary. 4mar flee V, TL ,I building. site ,,J2oOO and every e,;g guaranteed; 23 cent'S.lozen. ------ -- street and 15th a\enueln New. Cn

.: Pen&acola: : to look after renewals and Wl.o\NTED-The public to know AUTOMOBILES. am- agent tor, the i C. M. Wilson, corner Davis FOR. RENT-Furnished' or unfurnished and will take care of your Piano ,
; that L| 06 Eait Jackson street: two story and Lloyd streets. Phone 620. rooms on the hill; location high :the at low
t Increase subscription list of a prominent we can do all kinds of repairing110at Pope Mfg.Co. and can sell you ,autos year a figure. Refti: .
4 8 room and hall house, bath gas a delightful 4mar3w and healthy. Close to car line. '
Apply tune clean out etc. Phone 802
)1 monthly magazine on a salary building horse shoeing. etc. J. from $500.00 up. They cost less than 2
and good nefgbborhood, lot 93::I at 314 E. Strong. Thone 1213 I J
and commission basIs. Experiencedelilrablf' rings Conrad Scott Smarlm
::; 3 G. Welsh Carriage Co. 27feb horses to keep up. They can be run ft. by 150 $3500] '. i FOR SALE-80 acres good land three 16mafl2t .
but not necessary. Good op in sand or anywhere a horse can go. miles south of Chipley.

,' portunity for rfght person.. AddressPublisher :: KODAKEHS. get Kauflman prices| Leslie E. Brooks. 715 N. Bay len street 8 room two J I acres in cultivation and Twenty FOR RENT-3 furnished rooms for
Box 59, Sta. O, New York for developing and finishing. Best ,. pure sp-ing Eggs for Hatching
14mar and cheapest in city. ':Mail orders FOR SALE-one 25-11. P. boiler and story residence lot: 70x125 ft. every water. Will sell for cash or on t Ime rent. Apply 'corner Chase and
receive
etfgme portable bolier on wheels modern convenience an ideal home Apply A. Hogeboom Chipley, Fla. Spring Sts. llmarlw
;
prompt attention. Romana and ; From my prize pens of S. C. Rhoia,
.1 LIVE ENERGETIC YOUNG MAN r Palafox Sts. 20feb. engine or boiler in running'order.. $5000 f 28feb. OR Isalnd Reds and S. C. Brown L<>::
FURNISHER
., WANTED every town In Florida COURf HOUSE- DYEING.. -. Also service.2 log For carts terms comp'ete apply,to ready for Two lots on Cervantes 'street between FOR SALE.-One choice !block on top rooms for rent with UNFURVISHED the privilege of horns finest pens in the south, $1 J '(o

as special representative of one of t and Pressing Jas. Me- Baylen and Spring streets, 60x: of the ridge east of the electric light- housekeeping at 254 E. $1.50 per setting of 13; or $6 per iw>
Cleaning Club. 118J.. &. Co CantonenK'nt Gregory
PalafoxSt. Fla.
; the largest real estate investment Voy ;, site also agent for the famous Banta In-
and :: .. Mrs. T. J. Davis Prop. Your pat 23feblm 125. a nice building a bargain I railway, between 7th, and 8th streets Phone 557. 9mar2tr
corporations in the south. Part cubators and Brooders. Drop i )
or solicited satisfaction $1300. Nautre has favored this section and it me
whoie time. Must be intelligent, of r rt rouage. Careful attention; given guaranteed -' FOR SALE-My property, 416> E Bra- cannot be duplicated A. V. Clubs.I NICELY FURNISHED front room I card and I will call. E. L. McFaddenProp. j
good address. and furnish references garments. Phone 1222. ladies': inard St. consisting of four lots 40 Three lots on Strong street., between with or without board 401 W. Chase ., Myrtle Grove Poultry Farm R.
; Good- ontract to right part Addres; 8feb x150 feet; a two story
; with stamp. Drawer 36, Jacksonville, \VANTED.-ilauilng and transfer 6 rooms, hall,ways, bath room property Is very cheap at $650 sired. by Duke of Florida 68923 out 7marlm

t Fla. 14mar3tWE : work. Office phone 3C3; residence! closets and pantry., On car line; will : ot Orphan Lee of Baltimore 58544 NICE. FURNISHED ROOMS for rent
Money at the ,lowest market rates I
9 phone 390. Acosta & White, 22.28 N. sell entire property for 300000. E. All guaranteed with registrations and Newly furnished, clean and nice,, MATTRESSES RENOVATED. Ne.
; LEARN you to make mirrors at: Tarragona St. 25maWANTED. -. L. Reese. :22feb! on improved or vacant clty.'property. pedegrees.: Carl Sett rl1nd. Chipley. near poatoffice. Apply at 128'/4 E. tick furnished if desired. All don

fa home Pull guaranteed formula $3. 10 LOTS ON NORTH BAYLEN Fla. 26nov. Government street Mrs. B. M. Trainer. la gOOd order on short notice Leave

P. F. M. Co., Box 41%, Pensacola FlaISmarlm .-The Mercnants TransferCo. JUST RECEIVED-Large snipment STREET, A SPLENDID INVEST. 7Janlm. orders at Green & Watson. Phone
EGGS for hatching from
wants imported Olive OiL Retail by pint carefully .1
:your moving and bauling. 193.
All breakage guaranteed. .T. B. Tnor. gallon or larger quantity, G. Morasso MENT. This property' is easily worth manted hens. Strictly thoroughbredfowls Old newspapers at five cents a bundleat mar
.. .. :_ .. .. .. ..$2000
chandlers $250000 and I guarantee hatch.
sen. Prop Phone 878 ISJunelai. & Co. ship aatf grocers 701 a good this office. They are all clean L MRS H. S. CHUNN .
; WA.Vl"ED-A man to work around the will rec-ire pupils
South .Palafox. 4oct. Stock for sale at reasonable price and nice
T house and jard. Apply to :Mrs. II WANTED-To buy old gold and silver 5 room 'and hall .cottage'out houses Barred PJj! 'mouth Rocks White in shorthand at her resilaoct"".

T. Wright, 100) Jackson corner Bay broken up stuff 'regardless! of FOR, SALE Large horses and mules, fruit trees and large garden ,spot, 6 Rocks and .S. C. Brown Plymouth "7- ------ 321 N. Barcelona St. Terms. $aW *
Leg- ;
len. ISmar sizes Cash paid. Ligntman & Klein for turpentine operators and l log men. lots go with house.on Southwest corner month in advanee.Imchlmo 1 ,
horns; $LOO per setting of 15 or
We 'satisfaction. streets of the, eggs I
106 E. Wright Phone 1127 guarantee Address G. and Wagner ; one HOTELS.THE .
: ;ANTED-Jood cleaner and presser Waterman & Co., G. G. 'Cobb man: highest po nts'in the city $1000FOR'RENT. have'500$5.00 a hundred half gallon for Incubator cans fancy eggs.Florida I. TO_ U. S. LIFE SAVING STATION ,

at once. No 9 E. Intendcncia WANTED.-A. R. Bingham want ager. Chipley. Fla. :3rebln1.I AND RETURN-The launch Le-
moving and Syrup. Will deliver at SOc per gallon BROWN HOUISE-Airy, rooms, Clair leaves Palafox street wharf 9 am. .
:
your hauling.
13 mar. antees all breakage Phone He 630.I .guai <' SALEBarred'Plymouth' Rockcockere's 715; 'N. Baylen St.. .. .. .. .. ..$3750 Address Plymouth Rock Poultry good beds. Free ,baths and sample I daily.. Fare rountf trip :25: cent aSpecral -
ready for yard $1.50 to 506 N. 9th avenue.: ... .. .. 2000 Farm, J. J. Pope. Prop., Bristol room. $2 per day.. Special attention I rates to partis PanLoa

:3VLNTID-A: rood cook. :Apply at will tune and repair your piano and $3; 15 eggs $1.50; thirty! $3.50.' Mrs.Lizzie 514 N. Hayne St.. .. ...... .. 2000 Fla. 24feblm,. to traveling men J. R., Brown Prop. phone 65:*. C. H. Burton, Manager.
once at 701 N. Palafox 13mar B. Hughes. Chipley.Fla.Hfeblm .'
organ as cheap as any one; guarantee 213 S.. Baylen.. ., .. .. :... ... 17.50 -- Funiak Springs, Fla. ISmarlm mchHm.MA'ITRESSES.Wholcsale *

WANTED good nurse, 701 N. Pal. attention" best and and satisfaction neatest" work. Prompt Three cottages at. F'Flbberville, one at Money to Loan. CENTRAL HOTEL, CHIPLEY-Op. -
2 Phone 802 FOR SALE-Improved and'unimprdv- 1000., and-two, at $15.00 each and retail
afox. 13mar 2 rings. J. Conrad Scott. Smarlm: ed property In all..parts of the city.J. 625: W. Romana St. .." .. .:...$10.00 depot. Large and well lighted manufacturers and dealer; in

'-WANTED-=-- -We --- - I A. Wilson &; Co. Real Estate Agents!;, 721: W Main.. _.. .. ... .: .. '.. 12.0'CollectIon' MONEY*TO LOAN-Everybody borrows ,. rooms.. Free sample room. Meals at cotton, mobs and E &.. C mattresses
i 12000-$5000 and for local I \1"antyour orders for all hours. Special'attention and
expenses Room 7. Salisbury 'b l1din<<. Phone o'renls.a'speciai ) to traveling betf 'Springs. Second hand furm
t sales manager World famous 1907' Art Calendars.' Over 300 original 172. : y. money from Jno' A. Hall & men. $2.00'per day. J. M. Tug- ture bought and sold Upholsteringand

t household necessity. Colonial Co, designs to select from. All 23Jan Co, 16 E. Government Street When gle. Prop ISmarlm_ I repairing done. Old mattresses
: prices. MajesiPrinting; 'Co. Pensaco FOR SALE One fine extensioo table lanced call ion us. 9feblm .
a factory N.. Wellsville. N. Y. 11.18 renovated; new ticks furnished if Ii"i -

la. I 16feb, and six fine dlnTng chairs' cheap. MONEY LOANED on all kinds of CHIPLEY HOTEL-Carl Setterlind, sired. 114 E Belmont. St., ('I"

3., :WANTED-Ten experienced saw mill I WANTED.-The public to know that Address" P. O Box.395 .. 25feb THE FISHER I 'property on short notice.personal : Prop. Special attention! to commercial Phone 771. Davis Mfg. Co., C. T. Ua-

: hands. Apply room 415. fourth L old newspapers ran be bought at Terms easy. J. B. Gray &. Co., 2 W. travelers. Free sample and bath vis Mgr. _

floor Thiesen building i itw.u.'TEDnrst this office for ftve, ,cent. a bundle. They FOR,SALE gas and-5 room free mall coit&ge.delivery, city,.water on. Romana. Phone 1165. Itch $2 rooms.per day.Large rooms with good 13marlm teds C. ROPKE has just opened -a bu:chft!

are all clean 'and nice.VANTED.EIeCtriC and Davis
.
shop corner
; '[ class easy terms; corner 8 aTe and 12th MONEY TO LOAN.-On reai estate or grocery store
laay stenogra '
; pher. Address in own handwriting \ work otah; k'nd.' St., East Hill G E. Brett. llmarlw REAL ESTATE AGENCY, ?'other sufficient 'security by' ayplj.Ing BAY HtTEL.-open, night and day. age and solicIted.Brainard Satisfaction Sts. Your gna'iii pc'nn

'i nrttli references, Office Work Care; Let us ciearf jour fans recairour; FOR SALE.-10 room house, corner to Thos. Pebley. cor. Palafox and European! plan. Rooms light and teed. Phone &15. l Imarlm
dynamo !. Roipana. op stairs. 17nov-ai. clean. Transient trade _
Journal. 4 men. < jour wiring. etc. Pa:-ns lot. 3 blocks from Palafox lot 96x solicited.
g 570. Peiisacola El-ctrlc Co.. 205 a 192 on car line. For particulars Inquire Phone 87. MONEY 1O LEND-On good real e. 575-579 S.. Palafox.: Jas. S. Nicolau WATTS AND COLES-Contractor*

Baylcn. of Standard Clothing Co. ZSJan tate security, or on good collateral, Prop. and builders. Estimates on al! !kin
i LOST at lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks. of building and repair work Satlb
SECOND HAND, CLOTHING WANT. FRESH GARDEN SEEDS-All kinds Fisher building. 21jan faction guranteed. Phone 1208. offlc
ED-Highest price paid for gent's of strictly fresh farm and/ garoen 206 South Palafox Street. Found, 208 N. Reus. 28fehlm. .
I t/O&T Between the postofflce andS clothing only, Sell second hand oods seeds at reasonable 'prle .> Also MONEY LOANED on all kinds of per-

quarantine launch. a registered let. Dress suits for rent No. E. Intendencia fruit and nut trees. Banks Bro,., eonal property on short notice. CARRIAGES repaired and repainted.

ter addressed to Wm. L. Stearns. WANTED.-AH kinds of electrical Chipley Fla. 25feblm Terms_c''asy. J. W. Bullard. upstair FOUND-Some packages of guage Floats built to order Horse shoeIng '
Finder please communicate S Palatox St. glass tubing. ,Owner may get same I a bpecialty. J. G. Welsh Carnal
:r with Mr. work. I 'sell all kinds of electrical 28% South Phone 1144.
Stearns at quarantine station. FOR SALE-McMillan &; Turton have For Sale by identifying property and paying Co. 27feJ>
6norUNLIMITED
w 16mflr2t batteries ana' other electrical supplies. just received. a .carload of. fine Tennessee for this ad. Apply to Pensacola

When you need. me ring 345 or 955. horses and mules} which may WANTED-To sell hotel furniture amount or money to ioanon Cement Stone Co.,. corner Wright Stand

E. W. Peake. new Star Laundry build be seen at Pou's stable on Intendencia. Reason for selling. business calls all kinds of personal property. 9th ave. 13mar. STEAMBOAT SCHEDULE
in E. Garden.. -
? ISdec. street. q llmar me away from town. Splendid stand; Special rates to businessmen OB large

FOR RENT WANTED.-Real Estate for sale or FOR SALE-10 acre farm./10 .acres in all in house now that ,can be loans. The New York Loan Co., 204ft STEAMER CAPT. R1TZ. J. M.-

rent leas or exchange. Your business pecans; mlles south Chipley on B. modated. 106 East accom.1,,1 I South Palafox. NOTICE TO, CREDITORS. Rogers master. Passengers anj:

J FOR RENT-Furnished or unfurnished respectfully solicited. J. A. Wil C. & St. A. R. R.; also 120 acres, 20 Pensacola. Fla. Ifimarlw Notice Is hereby given to all credl-,' Freight service between Pensacou

I 6 room cottage at Big Bayou near son.. Real Estate Agent 22 tf W. Government acres improved 2% miles from town. FOR SALE-My: home corner 10 ave I I tors, legatees and distributees of and 1 and Freeport Fla. At Baylen stri

I car line facing water. Apply P. O street. Room 7., Salisbury Address J. B. Hogeboom Aycock. Fla.Smarlm and Cervantes St. Th's: is, a bargain Business Opportunity all persons having;claims or dtmand&against wharf Wednesdajs. Tourists and

Box 3b4. City. ISmarlm buildlnj, Phone 172. 23Jan if sold soon. A. C. Binkley. I the estate of Mrs. Fanny Sul- others desiring to see places of Interes'

WANTED-To loan ,money on your FOR SAL -Registered Berkshire and 16 mar. I FLORID OPPORTUNITIES the interested livant deceased to present such on Choctawhatchle Bay and Santa )
;:'A. R. BINGH .M has storage room for watches, jewelry and personal ef- Yorkshire Pigs pedigrees furnished I .In great"opportunitiesin claims and demands to the undersigned -i Rosa Sound should make this rt-:
rent suitable for furniture or other fects. Highest cash ; ; TYPEWRITERS makes. new and the"Penlnsu'ar! State. send 10 c nU within two years from this date,''! rates for parties of ten or
Special
price for old
gold also fultblood game chickens and eggs sale and of ,
"Magazne
second hand for rent. for our Opportunities. A. D.. 1906.
February 24. '
l Inform!
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goods. 104 and 106 South Tarragona I and silver. Ughtman GeneTievei For rates or other
& more.
; Klein 106 E. all at reasonable prices. Dr. J. s. Phone 28 E. Govern. Jacksonville I
f* St. Phone 630 SOnov wrl. t. Phone 1127. 3SO. "F. B,' Bruce. I one year. Development S. Beard. Fanny W. '.i jtion, apply on board or address P. 0
McGeachey Chipley Fla. Smarlm meat 2mar Cn. Jacksonville. Fla. 13mar31jjjj&jjjjjjj Sullivant. executors." 24feboaw8w. Box G9: Pfn......l. VI.

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THE PE.NSACOLAJOURNAL SATURDAY. MORNING. MARCH 17, 1908
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I D. HALE WILSON 6 CO.I l lJ C"old00" McMillan. Bros.- Co.-, Professional 'Directory.

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REAL ESTATE, |' COTTAGE HILL || whiskey ,.. NEW METHOD tAUNDRY

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AND ,..... : THOS.. PEBLEY;
RENTS LOANS ''. ... .
C. ML LAWRENCE. Pnrrlo t Wmmt Jr aDiamonds *i 9t. "a-o.... is
LAW REAL LOANS ANCOLLECTIONSS
Special to The Journal. ESTATE

We have the following special barCcins Cottage Hill, Mar. 16.-Misses Katie PALAFOX ,
AND ROMANA.
: m very desirable real estate for and Lena .Ferguson and their cousin Fine lot of Diamonds at exceedinglylow PHONE 539.I .
few days'only. Miss; 'Sarah Ofinger,. of ).Mobile, Mr.: prices for a few days only. Ask
SPECIAL BARGAINS. Caaa. B. Beau, Gray McKlnnon and to see them.

ic's in Mock 170 New City, 80x137 Rev. Mr. Hoc: the new pastor of the MOBILE.ALA4MA. i : .

t,p,: ,,n car line $400.00 church here, were guests of Mr. and J. F. DAVIS, 213 S. Palafox St. G. YATES M D

: ," corner 16th ave. and .Gads Mrs. ,Egbe.eall.: last Sunday. some men know h __ .,
; :Mrs Cfas.Ltvy and
"t't't $1,000.00
5en, ;" .routing Toledo square in New of ,Pensacola are two httleboys, MARKETS.Naval ........... +...................+......+.....+. OPTICIAN
visiting Mr. and
Cn' . $1,000.00 Mrs. Judge Levey Mrs. Levey is' quality by instinct. 306 THIESEN BUIlDINGCJo"ttre11

ot ,. ;, 'oom house. with bath and still very 111.Mrs. Stores. -----
f.'wer connection gas in every room' ; .Wm. Lloyd Hahn, of Pensaco- those who know good Savannah, Ga.. .:Mar. IB.;-The naval it IAUSIEY s COMPANY !I
ishborhood. If take stores market closed.today as follows:
,:,L6 n at la, was a guest'of. ,Mrs. and Mlss'Hahn whiskey insist having ,
ince. .$1.45000 last Sunday. S upon? WW .. .. .-.., .....,,, ,.. 6 20 FINE PHOTOGRAPHS.
.; nojs": in block 17, West Kin -.Rev: John Beck will "old j joei"; its enor- WG.. .. .." ,.:.. -..'. -6 10
:ng $30.00 per month. Will preach here N .' .:. ..- .-590M Pensacola, Fla.
Trvtt rer Sunday. ihire. mous popularify has been 'S- i COMMISSION BROKERS{ i ii
lend |I2':! tIUJ!' of necessary, .. $2600.00 Haverland and Mrs:. Youkey .. 5 45 I .
alone- ..
All o1 tties6: propositions are barren were In won by quality K. 520 "
I
ajo will be held open for a few Museogee on *business Saturday more than million bottles .. I.-; ; .. ..4 55 11 WEST INTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA, FLA. DIRECTORYJoppa
a
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*ivEi H-.. .! ...'. .,.4 15 i
L3H Mrs. BeaU went the Tuesday I
,',. !'eat warehouse location cn to city Sold annually; must be good i .G: .4 05

raiiTtia: rack very cheap. to of attend'the the me tinr.; of Daughters -. full I IF. .. ...' .. _oi.J.l| ..400 Private Wires N. Y. N. 0 and Chicago. I Lodge, No. 6, I. O. O. F.
Confederacy. measure-convenient package ,, O. O. F
Goo s per c ?nt mortgages on hand E., .' -.400 Joppa Lodge, No.6, I.., ,
Mrs.
jjes n.i! of investments.prow Stahl was in town' on businessone moderate price-sold everywhere D.. .' 400C I meets every Tuesday evening at 7:34

'rt!\ in all parts of city, vacant day last week. ., .... ...400 I COTTON STOCKS GRAIL PROVISIONS and BONDS o'clock at Rafford Hall, West Gardea,
Mrs. '
Everhardt, of Roberts visited SL cordially in
cr imptw fJ. wanted and for sale. Mrs. "b & b" atlanta Spirits Turpentine 69 cents Visiting brethren, are
30 S. Palafox St. Levey Tuesday; -- 5 vited.*' N S '
Phone 234. Mr. W.' H. Smith was In town L '-S> rs AUSLEY & CO.'S REPORTS" Bought and Sold on'Margin\ or for Investment T. H. FLEETWOOD, N. O

Tuesday and Wednesday on business. Liverpool Cotton Market :i ? J. W. GINGLES, Sec
Mrs. ,Finch and two-sons. Dolsten ..," '' 3ljan6m.

and Waldo; and Mrs. M rriman, spent Jan.-J'eb...................'..-.........Close.. :i Reference! : First-National and Peoples! Baak. Phone 1173 i -
a pleasant day in town last week FebM r..563 Pensacola Lodge, No. 3, K. ot P.
tMr. and :Mrs. Youkey were in. the Political AnnouncementsFor I MMApril............;.........:.. ..... ...... ................................ ........ meets every Monday evening at 7:39

city Monday. .April-May .6.W o'clock at their temporary Castle Halt.
Mrs. Adams and daughter. Nelta. Tax Collector. May-Jana........8.62 -- ----. ---- S over 1011 stable, W. Intendencia St.

returned to the city Sunday to spenda Jane-Jmlr -.*.. Visiting brethren cordially welcomed
few days with relatives bofore returning July'August ... p.68Aug..stSeptemb.r J. A. KIRKPATRICK C. C.

to her:home In Kansas. I hereby announce myself a candidate .* .. H. HORSLER. K.of R. & S __
for re-election September-October :......:. 6.51
to the office of
.Tax Collector October-November'...:.:...5,4 Ratnbone Lodge No.
For an Impaired Appetite. for Escambia county, A PASSPORT
Loss of appetite always results from at ,the pr.mary .to be held on May 15, December-January November-December........5.45 30, K. of P.. meets every
QTS.9ffr '190{). I solicit vote.Kesyectfufly Thursday evening at.8.00
; faulty digestion. All that Is needed your Liverpool 8poti.5.15 ,
o'clock in their temporaryCastla
Is a few'dose$-ct/Cha nb$rlaia-'s Suxa. irt: i .\ #' ?-y-1-Y--: Hall over Pou ta-
ach and Liver Tablets.. 'The'y-Y1U..17f' J. S. ROBERTS. New York Cotton Market.
Intendencia street
ble
W.
I vigorate tho Stomach,. strengthen tne .e. f Open Righ Low C'oseMarch. Visiting, knights are cordially
digestion and give you an( appetUe -- ---:,,- 01<,'1' ....,...5jo.s l.lOM ,1025 K 37 welcomed. ,

lik v a: wolf.: These Tablet! JlJ;; .:act May......:.r..i J. D. KIRK
asia gentle -laxative. '.,FcAdruggists. \ sa\e1'hviail\ .. Jol1.m..i......'io.55'1O6i lois 1 _6! :
Y t C. J. LE Y.K. of K. & S.
'' P 1( SHI PIN.G NEWS October..10.11 10.19 1009 1015 _

December......... 10,1510.28 10.14 1013 Knights of Columbus
.. .,
Taken'at IIU"Word. New York Spots:Th15N8Ote5ns1o5i6'3"- ,. S. Meetings of the

he When one tlayhappetth41 llossettl '.was, td a student'go.'wlth.,of some;,art Cleared. 5' -- > Wheat.',. S is a passbook'. to a savings account. Have yon got are Knights held of at their Columbus hall,

Wear "'ale Open High Low Close one? No. 8 West Intendencia -
Br ss, Lorimer, 1749, for
fellow students to the end of
east
., .Lon- _.. *
May 7W< 1X 78iJ 7S XJily street
don. There at a wharf side onn he saw: Liverpool, with 2OJ7,000 s ft sawn .. -7 % S8H 77'i '78 Every man, woman and child should have a savings on every

an Immense canvas on the barroom timber. : ..- bank account, which should be .kept growing' "7:30 Monday o'clock.evening *at
CHAS.BLUM&CO An nvltation -
walL After laughing at it for some VESSELS:: IK ?CRT.Steamships. Corn. no matter how slowly. Money on deposit is a atis- fa extendedto

517 AND 519 WEST BAY ST.. time and thus provoking the Innkeeper's Open High Low Close facton: every day of one's life-an interest earning .. visiting Knights -
JACKSONVILLE.:: ........... -
FLA.
wrath the following conversation V May i <3Tf <3V, J3 JOHN B. JONES
asset, and an ever-ready help in time of adversity. ,
Dordr cht, Dutch ss, Teensma, 1920,i, July_..44 44 43;\i 4S& ED I. FOX. Grand
took place __ Knight.
'FunchaL A dollar opens the account. Four per cent interest
: "Where did you.get that picture?" I New York Stock MarketS ; S Recorder. *
Morris Dannheisser Dorothy Br BS, Whyte 1546. Mobile paid.FIRST. -
"Oli neverjmind, young" man' *here* E. O Saltmarsh, Br ss, Rogers, S T Open Close Pensacola Lodge No. 4, I. O. O. F.

} "10t itr 2319, Liverpool to' Gulf Transit Co. i Southern Pacific...........?' 6tya fti Pensacola Lodge No 4, I. O. O. F.,
of > nnhels
i Formerly er ,Bros.) .
'What price do you'set on It.?" lolanthe, Br ss, Hodgson 1943, St:: Copper. ..... .:.....,%; .. '.- 106T, 10'f meets every Thursaay evening at T'Sa
Pure Old Rye Bourbon Fine
and
*More thmyou can afford." Vincent to Gulf Transit Co. A. 8.&,.:....>..... 13s4 lAtch at the new hall onVest Garden

Wines Beer ana Tobacco.: I "Indeed": said: lossrttJ: :"Now, how Mguel de Larrinaga, Br ss, Thompson .. ro. 9i street. Visiting brethren cor lallJ'Invited.
Old Hickory Whiskey MySpecialty touch?" 2668. Manchester. : A.R .'. t. loO: lo9'aR.K t ATIOtJAl flAK E. GREKNBLATT.
# T._..=.,:... 84% 84'aB NEVILLE
12 W. Zarragossa Street "Three thousand pounds" replied the Weardale, Br ss, L .& O .....:.-.......i.llo>J llt S
PENSCAOLA. FLORIDA. Innkeeper.At S Vincent.. gri.3...... ',4>'J. a, 42 H, Daughters of Rebekah.
.- this there was a loud burst of ehlps.: ..._ C F.I ro') 6J 1 '- OF PENSACOLA. FLA. Naomi Lodge No. 10, Daughters ol

laughter from the young tirttsts. Orpiheus, Aust shjp' ,. Medaqic, Tries:I U. 8.......?...-.%._.:;..;..k... 40%.' 40-4 \V H Ksowe.ss,Preg' W.K.ITYZR JR.,V-Pr's. and dasiier.? Rebekah, meets every Monday nightat
Safes! Safes! Safes! "Do you know hows much I would, te. ; U.84 preferred.......t..... tflo"!., ". 105',, l T. >V: BRENT and W.N.BOBEKT,A nit.Cashier S o'clock in I. O. O F. hail VisitIng -
R f S.. ->Sale N DiEECTOBS-F. O Brent. W. A. mount 'iv. H Knowles. W. K. ByeI' Jr.
give for !3.000 picture?" .. I sisters cordially invited to b
you. your Bart. L.& :N.. 153) 152 D G Brent present -

Buy Diebold Safes! "How much?'*4s6edr the Innkeeper. Anna M, Ital bk, Alcese, 868, Havana .. .....,:'r W i"' 81
"Three pounds?' said Rossetti. I M .. .. .. ?...... 84CJ 06 MRS PEARL WITKOVSKIM'SS ,

Scarritt Moreno, "Done," said the Innkeeper promptly. Gurli. RJS bfc. Blomberg. 702 Barbs -' vC..5.."*....fT: AVi 6U4 .. ,. -. -{ -WILLIE KINDit1CI'{, Sec
And to his amazement and amusement :aoes to Fefesacola, Lumber Co Can Pao. 17uJJ 'mii .. M. B.13. A. No 81, meets first 'anfi
Agent. ; 'the Pedro Laca'eSpan.. bk,.',}f rlstang, N.YO; U5 l4tt>/
Mr. Hossetti found himself owner third Wednesday evening at 7.30()
509 Sarannan to fix M Robinson P.O ....;."J....-4. 114 i S 84'5bt p.
of the colossal daub. Pre Ital bk, Schiaffino n.l'o........................... ln: ,_ 12s Nd 803. nt.. Ra2ord Hall, No 10. West: latea-
qrsor 1508
Genoa to Rosasco Bros. .P .. 175h U6B C C.W.LAMAR. Prtddent.M. JOHN PFE.Fm. *Aitittant C:ai iiir.l dencla street.
De IlghtnlnR Calculator. .I.. 10 20S .. A. G. FELL, Pres.J .
A
E. CLARK.V1u''r lldent tnd Cashier. J.W. AdDRtWS. AuiStMt Caslli.r..
VV-OOD Multiplication Is the most Importantof 'Bci1J! 1, Ital I bk. Z no. 1220, South- B........._............ .......*OTi .. 41 L. SWEENEY. Sec.
hampton to Rosasco Bros. T.C.I..,_.. .110 !5T*,
the fundamental rules of arithmetic.
Starthem, Br bk., Maitland. 1272, .. 1334 I
sU. a w.O.vI.
NATIONAL
rv
BANK
All kinds that you want. In large accounting departments men- Antwerp., "S .1 .?.......... __........:15-" 1-" THE AMERICAN Live Oak Camp No 1, W. U.! W.
tal arithmetic Is often used to a"elY: ,
: Schooners 'j- ,. 5- 5- L:'"'. _J. PENSACOLA.. FLA. meets:! in Pythian Hall 1st and 3-d
large extent,,and the pne who cannot Lizzie E. Demlson Am seh Peck, Ausley & Co's. Daily 'Cotton Letter. Wednesdays In each month. Visiting

I OAK AND PINE perform this 'task without resorting' to *52. to master: New YorK Mar. 16.-The cotton DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. sovereigns cordially Invited

figuring the long way on paper has Horatio L. Baker Am sen, Mohr, market to-day was a dull and lifeless P A. BOGHICH. C. C.
cheaper than you can buyit but a small chance of gaining a position 720. Lagu to J. A. Merritt & Co. affair, 'very little traiiing being done (CAPITAL STOCK, $209,000. SURPLUS, $60OM. LESLIE E BROOKS. C'! rk.

anywnere. Any size you worth having. Here Is one little Thos. S. Dewiison Am sch, Wade, Ether! way both sides evidently wait DIRECTORS.

want. lesson In lightning multiplication. Sup 1329, Baltimore to order. ing for the coming government report. Woodman's Circle.W .

posing you waut to multiply 53 by 84. S Barkentines.Beatrice This report is supposed: to take :'n Henry I.'Co\lngto'n. Frank Reilly, F. E. Brav, ncr, O W f. Oal prove.: No. 4.Woodm"i ,

[ G. SEWEll First, multiply ,units by units, thus Am bktn Casaveggio 1430 vel1.thing.linters, included, so that if J. ,..Pfelffer, W. S. Rosasco C. W. L-.rnar, Circle me-ts every Thursday .'
,
it should show 10.750,000 as the T. P. McGourin J. R.Sounder, 3 2d floor Pythian Hall
4x3 are VI: set down the 2, and car- Rctterdam to Pensacola Lumber Co: Bryan Dunwody, p. m over
1. Multiply"tens.by unite and units amount ginned there would have to S A-.M. very,__ W. Milton.. 0. C. Maura, Pou's stable on Intendencia! street:
Phone 614. ry : be hbout 500,000 bales deducted for W. Cawthon, Dr. W. J. Hannah, ffkhcnzlc Ocrtlng, Visiting sovereigns cordially invited.
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by tens, adding the 1 to carry to the linters which were not counted in the Alex Mc6owln. C. M. Covlngton, M. J:.. Clark. Mrs. Leoni: Langford, Guardian; Mrs
first then add the two prod PIANO OWNERSHIP.With .
product government's former estimate of the 14!. B Olsen. Clerk.Pensacola ,
A GENT!. MAN'S TASTE IS BEST ucts together; thus: 4 X'-5'are 20 and 1 the terms we offer there's nota total crop thus bringing' the actual Accounts of Banks Individuals, Corporations and Firms Solicited.

SUITED WITH A to carry 21,-and 8 x 3 are 24, and 21 family In West Florida, and South ClOP, down close to 10,300.000'whkh -- --
and 24 are 45: set down the 5 and carry ern Alabama but that can own a piano. 'With the world's present rate 'of consumption ; Four: par cent Interest Paid on Time Deposits.

CERTIFIED CHECK5c 4. Now multiply the tens together and Ten dollars down and eight dollars a is not far short of a famine. Sf. Andrews and

add the 4 you had to arrythus: 8 x 5 month gives you a Cassell piano worth Bulls have ,figured the final reportof

CIGAR.All are 40, and 4 makes 44. Set this amount I l[$275.regularly Our$350 stock at the also special price Pf Tuesday the census would greatly bureau help due their on next position ....... .......'.. ......... ........ ........ Gulf Steamship CO.
comprises the
down in the answer, and you will have J. S. REESE, President. E. W. MENEFSE. CashI the qualities of flaror,aroma Packard. Kranioh & Bach, Lestsr and with the" recent sustalne .. STEAMER TARPONW.
the correct result4452. t: M. CART, Vlce-PresJdenL
color and gool' material is Ch'ckering: Clutter_and Newton. pressure against; thfe" market: bears .
embodied in 1L CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE- have not been ,willing put their position | THE: PEOPLE'S BANK OF PENSACOLA. i i C. !1ARROW, M d.r.Fm.ST.CLAS .
lp a Shot aer. Pensacola .' to the test of the census figures. PASSENGER AND
A. Greenhut "It was a strange experience>," said Fla.COFFEE Meanwhile, Mr. Price who has been 4 Directors-L. J. R-eves, J. S. Reese, W. DeC. Kessler I R. M. Gary, FREl ..tT t-ERVICE

& Co. the huntsman. "As I ascended the taking vacation and la believed to 0' \ .. A. D'Alemberte. A. Jennings, JJ. Hooton. I'I'V. -Det.. c-

!DISTRIBUTORS. spiral stairs .of,the tower I saw shot have had! very' little Interest In the 3 i TRANSACTS !A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
to New York in YOUR ACCOUNT RBSPBOTFULL1 SOLICITED PENSACOLA. MOBILE. APALACHIo
market returning
L.._ PENSACOLA. FLORIDA. tower falling was like:rain OO'f, around ei'high me: _"At. The Its base shot time for the census figures and manyoperatof8 ....... ...i. ....................... ........ ....:.$'0a COLA. CARRABELLE. ST. ANDREWS -

belIeve that with the bear
there was a tank of water for the shot MILLVIULE.
side unattractive at the "present levelso And all point* on St. Andrew
Into. If it fell on the earth Bay
to
drop fresh is
campaign
OFFICESFOR you know, It would be flat.instead of We are the Pioneer,. concerned far as starting there may a be something R., HILTON'M EUSHNFLL: GR&Eol.,( asui&a.PR&'UDIIC'r.: S T. E WILLIS: MOUEKO.Via*-PRBSIDBKTMANSFIELD ASS .C.uDIU. Carrabede SCHEDULE and ApaUwhlcoIa.

round. On top'of the tower was a huge Coffee Roasters of doing In bullion\ way as long accounts Leave Feiioacola unda.y: s:3o n,
boiler filled with molten lead. The are most thoroughly eliminated Citizens National Bank m for Mobile, Ala.,

manager ladled the lead Into a percolator West Florida.McHUGH'SBLENDS. of PeBsaeola JI'10ridLD''EC'OP. Leave Pensacola. T 1 .da). 8.30 B.

a kind of strainer,:and thence It .. In spite of heavy selling for both accounts UIfor St. Andrews, Mlllvllle, Ap..

fell into the cistern of cold water 200 the market has a good under Geo VT.Wngtt., Horn- Bear. 1'.E.Vfelles BixM.Robinson.! L. Hilton Qren. lacnlcolf. Carrabelle and intermediate
seconds tone and we ar Inclined to think the points.
'It three to
feet below. took it BAVK1JVC BUSIfilfSS TBANSACTtOWboletale S
CENtRAL
RENT bottom has been very nearly reached. A For additional Izforma.'loa apply 1 J
made different sizes of: shot
fall. They
J. R.
The trade is now firmly convincel: 8AVNDi :
on the tower by using different percolators that the farmers of the cotton belt -- _. __ J E. R- COBB. Prwldent
-big holes for bIg shot small will put In an Immenaa acreage, in S Gen Frt. and Pas Agt
holes for fine shot, and so on. The water have no equal.! A trial, ) fact with favorable weather conditions -------w--__ -w -- l Pensacola. Fla. '

...111... In the cistern' "had to be changed will convince the connoisseur it wi'l! undoubtedly v S ,be a record R. M.Pes.ary, C.A.IU: : :: -6i.-, c.S .'..',-....'... JaG;Se... F..." -- S.
have
every little whUe. It would be- breaker. ,
o and Retail D.aln.8
_
hot otherwise that It"would that Even the bears admit that trade
we
come s o

BLOUNT BUILDING. have TimesDemocrat"The kept, the shot soft."-New Orleans make no"extravagant known conditions before are but better they than go cheerfully wag ever Steam;,and Domestic Blacksmith Anthracite C a'A L ARE YOU READY ?

.. of the-market rhlje they ar3
abort *
claims. S > OSce-No.' 43 South Palafox street. Telephone 93.Yar'4 .
.. admitting that fact therefore it would 1 Those cheap rates expire April 7tll
highways of .literature: are seem that this was essentially a comer' Tarragona/ and Gonzalez st'e!!ts. Phones 6 and 372BURROWES1 J
'wlth the! ,., ..... to California and the Northwest.
spread over," says Holmes. weather market even before the I '" = "'
Wholesale and RetailGROCERS
We shells of dead novels eacl/of which ha weather can have any great effect Each first and third Tuesday tick-
are now ready to rent mouthful by the the other on the next
swallowed at a one way or -
the offices in this fireproof been eta are almost given away to Texas.Oklahoma .
continued
the reports
yield. But
Is done with. crop !
and and section.
public thai
steam heated, electric from everywhere of a large increasein
and gas lighted bulldog scare friends of.the staple
Tenants get lower A bill Is better.:receipted, and an old acreage the is First class round trip convention
demand
In the market
and all l kinds of Feed spot
insurance rates. If appli- chair Is better reseated, and.that Is the fair and offerings moderate., .It looks Flyand Mosquito Screens rates to California in May and July.)

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Through Pullman Tourist' Cars from
offics may be arranged neither of 'em l looks? at all like the from time to time which -will be perfectly
Washington, D. c.. to San Franciscovia
'to suit tenants. natural'nd in
Applica-
every way
other. .
.
Atlanta Mobile and
Montgomery
>ons are made daily for benefit trade the gradual tower ten-
"hoice locations Always S 'The Origin l: 4 WaterWholesale jitney might ,prevail for ,some time to Sent' en Thirty Days' Trial!, Freight Prep ld. New Orleans and Southern Pacific
(Sunset Route) and from St, Louis
adv to show plans and come. The.wE'ekly statement tomorrow -
Foley & Co., Chicago, originated via Wabash -and Union Pacific and
.
IJric"s.Hooton. Honey and Tar as' a. throat and lung : may possibly present more bull, .. Ill material needed for attaching! the screens and doors included with- Kansas City.

remedY. and on account: .of. the greatmerit Jsb aspect,, on.. account ofm.the heavy: ou{ tra.eost; *. S
and Retail. takings: by pplnners during the past .
of Foley's .
Honey. and and:Tar popularity mat y..Imitations,I !. are t ;week but the trace: :will likely iiaktheeoimpartson3 Screens are:made, only to.order, ;yet returnable If:"not. satisfactory. We have the best service to China! ,
Japan and Hawaiian! Islands.
wlth. other year:
; ome '
the genuine Thesa worthless "* HOUSES ARE WITH BURROWES'SCREENS.
offered for MORE THAN 200,000 .. FITTED
imitations. have 'similar I 'sounding New Orleans Grocery fa: than last: and thus they might show S-S. No trouble to answer quesUons.
The in a different lights 7. .
names. 13ewar of tthj: gnu !Sup ..
ine .Folev's Honey and Tar fs' In a.:5'el. Every practical Improvement in:screen construction:during, tha jpast S

& W low package'' A k f r'lt: :and' 'refus i S Jas'Phone OUR PRICES ARE"r'_CASH: AND ,thirty! :-y ais.w.as. first used by. :,us.. ', r -- S. :* :. ...'., G. W. tLY.T.J. F. VAN P. A.. pENSSELAER General Agt
"
'ALIKEOALL S' "
McHugh : .
substitute. It I Is, th- best remedy 'i> I
for any coughs,and:,colds; W A. D'Alem ':PENSACOLA SHOEH; PARLORS S ':'Drop postal to.P...6: .io4"9r 'phone_ ? 1013 and local "representative"will 5 121 Peachtrci St.

Aaents. berte, druggist, and: fipothevary."Ss 1O5. < Proprietor. I Corner: Intendencia ar.d'Bayleru .call:to give. you s.tomateSr .. Z_ :" "- --S. .- *" '.-' '. --S :, .Atla 1ta.. at. S5SSC

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;f Knee-Length 1 1J THE QUARANTINE..I FREEPORT I .-.. lii "QUINCY 1 I Man. '(- is. ,' Born'. to E'iel



THE EQUITABLEVas born to, lire and look after his
.
Special to The Journal. Special to The Journal. y;
I arranged for
his death. Haveyou
after
family prot!
I J Nainsookand REGULATION Freeport, Mar. 16.- Dr.: D. S Quine,.. Mar. 16.-On Monday night tion for your family if 'you die, or provide for jour old c.

; Thompson of Wlnnetfeg' :Manitobahas the regular ,meeting of the Empire age ITdCath does not cut your life short? Better see mat

I located here and ;wHl engage ii Club was quite largely attended those once 'about) the matter. Our representative will call

. the practice of m dici 1e. He com present being Mr. and Mrs. A. T. on ,you, J( iou like.KoW'1es.

OF MOBilE with the highest recommendations as I ARw' Hearin Mr., ind" Mrs. A. L. Wilson,

to his efficiency and skill ana? we con Mr. and .J.lrsJ. L. MoFarlin Mr. and Insurancd Bros.Gcn'I! Agts

kjhi Crepe gratulate' ourselves upon his locating: 1sceit.escb; Ior2SCtnta'Ct.UETT. Mrs. Fred Burghana', :Mr. and Mrs. W. Fire, Life. ola
L 'here. PeABODY ft CO.
: H. M. H. Wilson
Jfmtert f Ckutt' 'Mnutrtk'ZSiri..t. Idle. Mr. and Mrs.
l It is with regret that, we chronicle __
Maritime Board Publishes Rules to the departure of Miss Bessie Wilson: ." Mrs. Budd of Jacksonville; Messrs. .
E. ; Gardner
Drawers C. Lon, Williamson? .
: Govern Shipping During Sea for past her year home she in has Lake been City.the':For efficient thE .. Stein, Hinson J. L. Davidson,Broome, ............ .....'Z'I..'!:..N..A.OOX.A.I ..................................

: ..t stenographer of the LI'. J. McCSaskill ',' Hdgge, Thomas, J. S. Shaw, Harley, i

with Shirts to match fork son of 1906.The Co., and has endeared herself by her Nick's Buffet and R. L. Munroe, Ginsberg, Wedeles, S. Iron Wd-rks and Supply CO. !
she
charming qualities. May
many
'
wear : ladies .
spring and summer E. Key'and Ra/be/ Love The < .
bb very happy in her new position.. Manufa- r n ad- Repairers of MACHINERY AND BOILERS .
; comforton
: ing. They spell amused themselves with games of
'Miss May White of DeFuniak"Springs
Restaurant. FORGINGS, MILL. AP.D STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES. :
I STEAMSHIP
hot days and are not :Mobile (Register of yesterday is the' family .
I visiting; of Mr cards while the men held the first rehearsal REPAIRS A. $ClALTY. Prompt attention given to all orders t
and sticky like contained the following relative t.o I McLean and will teach a select school show be ,
clinging la the only place of its for the minstrel to day or night.eAgents for James McKay & Co.'s celebrated Lo: and'Ilmbtor i
.' under-gar- quarantine regulations at that port from 1st to 6th grade work, at his also chains of all Office phone :
Dogs descriptions.
close-fitting residence.- '. kind,in Pensacola. In fact given by the members of the club on 123. R sl.
for the season of 1906: : dence phone"iOM. P. O. Box 123. PHIL WITTMAN, Mgr., *
ments. Drop in and see it Ma . April'17th.. .
t them. The quarantine board of Mobile bay I i K)Miss'., is 'Mary visiting Cross her uncle, jr.of. Judgs Henderson, Wm, .or. . Mrs. Irancis Phillips entertainedvery ....+.....+.......... ....*.........................+

yesterday made public the maritimequarantine Wilson. '. .
delightfully with a bridge party
SPRING SUITS BEGINNING regulations which went Mr. Gus Campbell the'popular attorney APridedPensacola. Friday afternoon, her guests, being ............. ..............................

.into effect yesterday, the printed or- M DeFuniak spent. Tuesday here I.
sL TO ARRIVE on legal business. Mrs. Sweeney Mrs. G. M. Underhill,
ders being signed by Dr. Rhett Goode, I THE.DAYOF THE COAL STOVE I
Mr. J. (R. Dasher of Point Washington ; Mrs., J. L. McFarlin Mrs. Massey :
Would like to have you president and Dr. Henry Goldthwaite
spent Tuesday with friends here. Mrs. R. L. Munioe.-Mrs. A. T. Hearin .
m examine some of them. executive officer.Regulations iMrs. Wm. Croft made' a,flying visitto Larger cities cannot T .
boast of better equ'.ppea! Mrs. Budd. Mrs. A. L. Wilson Mrs.
Governing Vessels From DeFuniak. on Sunday: last, but was AND] ITS COMPANIONS
i Tropical Ports-Vessels from the fol-I called home by a telephone' message place: '.The.aerviceiS the W., M. Corn'. Mrs. J. E. Davidson, f
1 I He wa!,' accompanied, home by our best that can be had. Mrs. Fed Burghard Mrs. Broome .
lowing tropical ports may be admitted
old and ever welcome friend! 'Chipley Mrs. M. H. .W.lson. Mrs. C. S. Curtis *
after disinfection: Ports of British Campbell who is now engaged in the Nick Apostle Propt'rA ... tb'ash sifter and the ash barrel has passed. U -to-
; and Miss Underhill: the Gas Range and Gas .
The John White Store and Spanish Honduras Nicaragua, lumber business in Marianna Fla. date housekeepers now use
I On Thursday< night Mr.and 1rs: W. Water Hater exclusively.x No wood to chop no *
Porto Rico and Bocas del Toro. Vessels Miss Mitchell of 'Macon, Ga., arrived
coal to-urrr. 'no ashes to take up. to carry out to *
MJ Entertained
the to the
jester via steamer Fritz Corry Evening
fp.alliit In Hen' We.r..I engaged In traffic between Mobile
I accept the position of stenographer Biff leaving a traU of dirt and dust from the stove *
and'
Whist Club. Mr. Mrs. Underbilldn
;4i--l 205-207 S. Palafox Street I and Cuban ports may be exempted.J. J. McCaskill Co t MOHAMMEDAN FUNERAL. across the kitchen all the way to the ash dump J
from disinfection detention at the prizes, the other guests being kitchen covered hair full of *
and I (\ Margaret Ecker, of. Jacksonville. everything in the your
t Phone 22$. quarantine. provided that they comply Fla.. is visiting the family of Cere..o I .,Wlt"\1ale'' '* Body !. Mr. and }Irs..X. ,L. Wilson. Mr. it' No ,fire to coax and coddle. Gas is a guarantee J
.I with the regulations of the Public -,R E. L. McCaskill. We are sorry' to Consigned to ibe GIWT*. .. and Mrs. M.:H. Wilson Mrs. Sweeney of the right} kind of fire instantly, for any pur-. .
i Health and Maiine Hospital Ser learn that her mother,,'Mrs. Griffith When the life otaIfoh&mmedan-: Is Mr.. and Mrs.. W.: H. Ide, Miss Underhill 1 pose} whatever tPensacola

._ .n__._ vice. Vessels from all infected ports I who have been here sick for soma ebbing away a distinguished'read Wfthe Mr. Storm:and Mr. Peter Miller.
shall be disinfected -and detained fiveda's. ,time has made. little. if any Improve Koran is summoned'recite afoud pi7 Tfc---L, I Munroe after spending Gas Company \
't Florida and Alabama It these vessels shall have ment. its several days among his Jacksonville
McGuire is relatives chapter the resurrection, BO that friends: returned to the city Tuesday.
been disinfected at the of Mrs. N. visiting -
port departure -
II in compliance with the regulations in Florala Ala. the spirit of the person'on ,b arln?'It. }:. T. Brewer, a prominent tobacco : Phone 1,48. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. :
LAND COMPANY blooming.' may have: an easy Heath t The :Mohammedan dealer and of Hartford, Conn.,
$ last ,port the period tothe: of quarantine transit from station the growing.The trees. hens are laying and .:fish gardens biting believes that.tie* vital prin' arrived in grower the city Tuesday and is -...-.... .. .,.. ..... .............:

f Lt 4 and Manufacturers Dealers in of shall be counted in the five dajs. now and Freeport is' a- -fine.J place to ciples of the.whole system are concentrated spending' several days looking over : I : ,

f.R: SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLES Vessels in good sanitary condition visit. : in the head.;'when death ,is the the'tobacco'prospects.. ..................................................
LUMBER not otherwise subject to quarantine result.. The watchers' at the bedside, 'Mlsa Lillie :Martin an attractive -
it'.. AND KILN-DRIED SAP. which have touched for coal or ordersat LADIES' MISSES', CHILDREN'S also read some plls.ages. and then a young lady of Hawkinsvllle, Ga., is 2 DAVID. BERG'S CELEBRATED :
;, Islands. free of infectious AND BABES! LATEST: STYLES spending 'a short time in the city as
---- tropical reported
drink of sherbet Is given to the patient EJBE
disease, without taking on AND PATTEfiNS. death. thp guest. 'of Mr. and Mrs. Horace : : : 1E.A..TS i
to lessen the of As
Si L. REESE J. MENDELReese pangs I
i board at such islands either passengers PENSACOLA! SHOE PARLORS Curry.W. .
:
soon as the spark of life has fled thetwc .
'
or freight. will. be allowed to Corner Intendencla and Baylen. great toes re' tied together'with W; Cobyt the:government tobacco i Are fresh and ot the most delicious flavor.: If you .
6 Mendel pass without disinfection or detention, : expert. returned to the c'ty: Tuesday tried them bY'all
If provided they shall sail from said !pOrt -;:- a thin. strip of,cloth. .the moqtb Is after, a visit of several days in send have .not. already: means let us .
within twenty-four hours from arrival :::: : : ::T : closed and incense is burned near the Maryland. yon" some.' .
*.. .... .. .. .. .........
;: The Home Tailors thereat and they have been more body. .:. captaIn Williamson returned Saturday Kosher Ring and Thick Sausage .. 15e .
1 than five 'dajs in transit from that The interment ,follows a few hours from a short pleasure trip to I Weiner and Knack Sausage.. .... .... .... .. .. .... ..... lie :

port. The crew of those vessels not after death.' The .asbers" are nand Jacksonville. Kosher Corned Beef.. Delected. .... .... .... .... .. .. .. .. :!Oc.
I.t Builders to go ashore at such ports. Vessels THEPEOPLE'S shroud the Miss Laura: Frazer. who for the Kosher Smoked .Beef, selected .. .... .... .... .... ... ..... .25c;) C
infected shall be disinfected and detained women who:wa ii1 iii't and : two 'Weeks. has been the charming past Kosher Tongues;, exceptionally fine.. .. .. .... .. ............:5c :
body and dig aoL\ e .earth to
not less than seven days after I guest:of -M.iss Laura Love, returned i Kosher F'aL. in 10-lb. buckets..i&c .
hold thewater thatit cannot
.1 so spread
the removal of the last case of yellow last Friday to her home In Decatur, ,. Special; Blueberries,' Raspberries! Strawberries and Blackberries
much. (1.: *
fever. The forgoing regulations do very as Jt tjoasidered unlucky Ga. C : 25 cents can or $2.50 a dozen. .
: 44VAii of to tread on this":wrnwr Tbe jrashlng is
.
not appljto fruit vessels which. operate i 'Mrs. ,Caroline Kast l. of Milwaukee -
under special regulations. a great ceremopy') 'apd wh finished Wis.. arrived in the city Friday and i l4WGirdori. L' -AZ I A MUX/The Popular i:

Regulations Governing Non-Infected r- the body, ,is shrouded !iii.T. n ,mote. : will spend soeralweeks among : Pt) .n.It1f3'! JMWWD, Y Grocer. :

ii Vessels from Ports Infected With ceremony. .It.uth re is'.a: ..tvldow l of the friends, here. .. ... ..... .... ...... ... ..................
Men'sFine Yellow Fever. to Avoid Detention-At I deceased, sbe I,returns,:thet dowry her Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Stein left
the infected ports the vessels shall be SHOESTORE husband had.given J herr If the decsas- Wednesday for their home'-in Chicago. -

entirely under the supervision and ed's mother is present she says 1be .. .. ,- 1
jurisdiction of a medical offcer. Just milk -ith which I gugklcd thee I freely After a pleasant visit of three ,I Ord.er Your'
ji: prior to leaving the port of departurethe .. t. bestow .' Tnus' she resigns months in this city the of
vessel shall be fumigated with upon ..thee ., guests Mr. ICE COAL and WOODCdnaurnOrs'icc
the debt of the deceased to her. When and Mrs. Frank P. May Mrs. Geo. B. ,
: be -
fumigated
sulphur The vessel may Massey and her three children of OD1: '*he 'I
have been : the body Ger-
flowers
with sulpht"r'on arrival at :pjsced,on .
mantown. 0..
returned home
the quarantine station. If they it is carried to the grave on a bier or, Miss :Monday.t and Fuel Company.
Emily Williams of
7 Clothes. have been less than five days .... if the relati e\! can Afford. It in' a cof' Ga., arrived in the city Wednesday Macon. ,Office-Corner Chase ..iI'T.rn..a: Phone 259.
they shall be detained long enough to fin. At tbe.teraye feur creeds<< ,are :re afteronon 'for an extended

mak9 five days from the hour of fumigation cited and e.bo4ititb! eadto'the friends here. visitto .
New and up-to-date line of Spring at the port'of departure. If tl north and the,.f nee looking toward i Dr. R. F. Godard returned -- -- --- -

; and Summer Su1tlngs and Trouser. they have been more than ten days in Mecca i Is laid on its!!.back Jn'.its tomb. i from a'short visit to Live Oak Tuesday, where &
.A.t lags. transit they: shall be fumigated at 32 W. Government St.M. The grave is a\eat.eveD feet long for he had professional business In the LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD COMPANY

:;. Suits Trousers from from$17.50$5.00 to $50.00 to $15.00: thereafter.quarantine (and If the detained vessel should five have days S both sexes bu\.!thj. ? depth for a man is Interest of the state board of health. Thrtujh and Loch Time Tables Between Po sacola and Points North.
measured by th distance between his Judge Paul Thompson and J. flax-
Join our GenUemf.n's Suit Club.SI been In transit for a considerable< READ DOWN READ UP
Costs only'' $1.50 per month for pressIng number of days. It is obvious that al feet and chest; for a woman between ter It'of Campbell l left this wek for a vis Trains Nos. Trains NOL

anJ ama!! repairs. case of yellow .fe>ver and recovered leaving the vessel Lischkoff long for the grave, it,is believed that they will represent fie local Knights I
Dyeing; and Cleaning of men's and Prop'trWill of Pythias :at the annula of 11:05pm 11:55am Lv ..' ..Pensacola.. .. .. 5:00am: 4Opn: '
t women's Clothes a speclaity. infected and not affording any opportunity the deceased rauet:have been a grea.'t8Inner. the, grand lodge.Maryland meeting 6:30am: I 6:20pm: At.. ... fontgomery.. .. 9:35pm lilian11:45am
to the officer to
Give us a trial. We' will appreciate quarantine 9:10pm: I Ar.. ....Birmlngbam .. .. .Ar'1 4:2pm: ( S-33alD
your busln"fls. determine shall the give same.the) captain The a meci'lcalofficer certificate Before the body i is covered the Mohammedan Covered With Snow. 7:25pm I .3:11am: Ar. .. ...Nasl1T111e.. .. .. 8:45am 25ae8OOpm :

REESE.MENDEL: TAILORING CO.. stating that all the foregoing reg-- takes a little earth and, Baltimore, Mar. 16.-Snow began : ::3.am, Lv. .. ...SashvUle.. .. ....Ar. 8:11am I :'II all!
Phone ulations have been complied with. The Be Opened.; ; throwing It into the grave saysVe fallinghe're at 10 o'clock last night. 1:25am I 8)5am Ar.. .., jivansville. ... ..Lv. 3:00am: il-epu
675. 11 ,
i: N. Palafox St. captain or agents shall furnish all the created you of earth. and we return CumberJand''rclrts! a snow storm 7:40am 1 2:10pm' Ar.- .St: Louis..' .. ..;.I.v. 84iipm 3'JOpn;

-.--- .- labor and material deemed I you to the earth, .and we:shall raise' that has continued for three'dajs. At .. I
necessary 7:50pm :27am Lv.. .Nash'ille .. .Ar. 8:21am: TTam::
b> the medical officer. All expenses you Qut of.the earth on the day of resur Frostburg the ground is covered toa 2:1am f 8:30am: At..Lsuisviile .. .. ..Lv. 2:45am 9:3111'/1:
;tl lICK NO. 16 connected with the work directly (11". SATURDAY rection." Then a mound Is built to 'depth of a foot. Scores of linemenare ,7lam 12:01n'n: At.. :. ..C1ncinnaU.. #. ..t.v. 11:00pm 6'OOp1!
indirectly, shall be paid by the own- keep the earth in the grave from crushing out repairing! the extensive dam
)g Ready at all hours to answer calls ers or agents of the vessel. Use two the body. and water Is' prinkled age to telegraph and telephone wires "' Between Pensacola Mobile 'and New Orleans.
:- to any part of city. First class In per cent of sulphur for each one thousand on it in three lines. Special prayers for in that section and trains are much __. _
-r every respect Fast and gentle; horses cubic feet. Close compartments delayed. 6 &. 7 2&3 .4&1 3 &. 2 1&4 5L6
the safe of the deceased are offered
1! end polite drivers. Phone No. 18.:; tightly MARCH 17 voyage 7:00am 11:0ip'm 11:55amILv'T.PensacToiiAj5ooarjjio0pm -G ZtJpm10t5am
after the burlaL\ As In the case
1i .George K. Jo'aulk. Regulations Governing NonInfectedfruit ., 'of Hindoo funeral,, the 'are not Russian State Secrets Sold. : 2.:55aip4:12prnAr: ;, .. ,..Mobn .. .Lv.1l2:4-0am11:59am! 22Prn:
Vessels from Non-Infected Fruit a poor St. Petersburg, Mar 16.--A big scan 6:00pm: 7lam: 8:15pm Ar. NeI 'Orleans .. Lv4 8.15pm. . ._. 9' a'D
both remembering the needy
_ _ Ports-A resident medical, inspector With a Complete .Line of ; '. forgotten rice and dal has developed in the ministry of
I shall be stationed at fruit ports. Vessels :, .. by distributing money, salt. marine owing to the discovery that Flomaton, Pensacola and River Junction.

t shall be subjected to no restrictions wheat among them ,after the.funeral.. the- plans for the' construction of Russian .21- I I 5>> J 1 :1' I 3 Trains dOnot, stop at stations I 2 I 4 I 6 !:t

DON'T BUY I except inspection and disinfec- Ladies', Men's; : : submarine' boats have been sold ElailyDallyDaIly1DallYJ( where no time Is shown \ Dall.IIDaIlYIDal! .;DaI
tion at the quarantine station. Clock. 'agents of
No The
Prague a foreign
\ power. ..... 4:552:30 2j60; Ly.. ....J'lomatoza. AI'. 12:45 1:25j: 8:25.--
I passengers at shall fruit be allowed to embark Misses', Youths' Since. the middle of the fifteenth century __ .. ;.. 5:00,2:35' .2:65.. .,:., .. ..Century .. .. .. 12:40: ln 8:211. ...

f I Limon Blueflelds any and ports.Ceiba.except from the city of Prague has possesseda SO DECEPTIVE ...... 5:0 2:41'3:05.: .. .. ...Dlurr.Springs H ..1..12:33 1:15 8:15.. ....
Passengers
may go from and Children remarkable clock the machinery of ..... 5:17 %:$l'3:20.: .. .. ..:McDavid.. ...... '1221. 1:05: 8:06------: -

SHIRTS AND I to another non-infected one noninfectedport which .is most complicated. The dial ...... 5:30: 3:04'3:6..PineBarren: .. .....1:081 12:52: 7:55 ..
out restrictions. Vessels port be with / which' Is' between six and eight feet MANY PENSACOLA PEOPLE FAIL ..... 5:39: 3: 3:50: .. .. ... ...Molino.. .. ....'.11:591 12:43/ 747j/ ,

to carry marine medical may required In-- across.has a number of hands which TO REALIZE. THE SERIOUS. ..... .5:43 ...UI'.'4:04: .. ...Quintette. .. .. .11:611.12:3..j.7:39j.$ ..

II spectors. Shoes mark not 'only, the minutes and the NESS. ..:. .&:5'SS.4:11.. : .. Colta e' Hm .. .....11:44 d12:291'7:34. ..

!1 Regulations Governing Non-Infected hours but also the days. months, years ....; .5:57 39'4:15.. ...Cantonment u ...11:40\ U:2617n: ....
TIES Fruit Vessels from Infected Ports".I I and centuries. Of this clock. a poet Backache is.so .... '6:01'3:314:23.: ... ....Gonzalez.. .. .. .11:35l2:217:26' ...

They .hall.carry a marine medical In I I ." tells ns: .. It comes and deceptive. ..... .6:03.3:38: : '45.. .. .. ...Roberts.. .. ... .11:33 ... -C
spector. No 'vessel l shall lie at the .1 'ICI .At the left skeleton stand: ing. goes-keeps you guess ...... .6:15 '2:45 '4f.O; .!.. .. ...Ollve.. ..' ....- .11:22 .12:19j.7:2.1.; .. ...
of the dial a. .
wharf at Puerto Barrios or Puerto Consisting of Vic?,' And aloft banes< musical. tell IB the Learn, -toe-cause-then it. ..... '6:21 '3:1 '4.48... ..!; .. ..Brent.. .. .. ...'11:15 .1OW7:09t. ..
k ; -; anyway. walt tJIt yon see Cortex between sunset and sunrise. I Patent Leathers,. High tower., Nine times'out of ten It cure' from ..... 65 .3:04 '4:2 .,. ....Goulding. .. ....11:11 .l2:0U! 7:051.: .
our No passengers permitted. Only the Low Which he' rings by a'rope that he holds In the kidneys. cranes ..... 6:30: 4:00: 5O0( I Ar... ..PenlWnla .... 4Lv. _. 11:05111:551 1:00;- .-.
captain Or. other officer of the i I Tops. puartcrs, his hands > : '
vessel
That's PI NO2SIAM
why Doan's t PMIN 211 I .
} WE SELL SHIRTS may go ashore to enter and, clear his I and all styles! of Fo t. In his hour.punctual. ,function of striking the it. Kidney Pills cure, ..t.....1'4::001 1:00 I Lv.. Pensacola... .Ar. I I. 10:50 10:301.! .:

tl vessel, and only during daylight and I wear. Also a full 'Hoe But the funniest sight of the numerous Cure every kliney ill from back !.:.1al. 7:131.. !. ,.Bohemia .. .. .. .....10:171. .'
: ''t. AT 50. 75 da. he shall return aboard immediately alghtaWhich ache to'diabetes. I'.f '416'; 7:11 .. ....Gull Point .. ..1... : .10:15''. .'

without having gone anywhere else. of Canvas Shoes, Slip. the ..clock. has to how to -the. H re's a, Pensacola case to prove It: J'. I.... : & ...... .. ...ynle tr .. .. .::.. .10:1Z-------: -
-I AND$1.00an.1 especially Into houses. Vessels shall ci people below .... .: & : .. .. ..tacambia .. '
Rubbers A.
Oertlns. .lO:2'iOlOf------: ,
.to.. seaman. of 419 L. St.
pers < ; Is the tunics and tights.Who .
be holy in '
fumigated apostles.
:wlth'sulphur upon arriving ?, tells how to do it. He 1-..: 4:25'. : ... .. 1ul t.. .. .. .10:19.10:011. ..
; or proceed In : "From
revolve In"a ring a says
.If Ties at 20, 25 end SO' at hole's the quarantine station except fit old and young. row. my experience' with DO n's Kidney i I.-. : ........, .. ...,.Harp.. .. ........... ...9:581. .. .'
If
;. f t c nts. No,use paying any the they contain frult Pills I can strongly recommend ftiem' I.I 4i33! '7:35..GaltCity.: .. .. .. .4. 9:51------

more. and Immediately upon discharge of W.Bdrr. 'Ake.t,Skim P reu. to anYOfleinneed: fa good medicine' .. 4:40:391.i: \ .. ...MUton .. ..... .. : :; 9:471..1
cargo be at city wharves all holds shall if Each'square inciT of the human skin for the kidneys: "Kfdn complaint $ .6:00 .i.-t-.. : .Good-Range '.. ;. ..... :

I I1 We I invite :you to pee Regulations fumigated with sulphur. contains DO' less than 3,500 sweating an.3 backache caused 'me y-suffering at :t81. ; '.' .. .. ..hlolts.,.- .; '... ... .S 9:81.\, \

=r.J to our Spring Sutts-U.50 Fruit Vessels-:Fruit Governing vessels Infected arrivingat Prices' Wilt Be Our ,I tubes, or perspiration pores.' Each of Intervals for ,years. The first or sec I------- :: 8:30: .'- ._..1tngan9:1:1! .
I $15.00-two and three .
quarantine" ,station with yellow! these tubes although wonderfully mi ond attack I, did not muM but as time 5.46: 8 381. .. .. 8:h
1 piece 5ults. fluteis anInch' iniength'Eaehof went by they .p .8:661.! .. ..DeerLand.. .. : AM .
t fever on board or with history of about.one-fourth. pf grew worse and ar .1.I. .1
.1.
Best ::10 .. .... . .
;' same-en' route' will not be permittedto .Arg menJI : these sweat.tnbes maybe times laid me up. I'ould hardly walk !" ssey HeaJ : .. .
;. -9-:35: .... ..... ...
tJ land at city wharves. Cargoes of likened to-a draintile. We find and it was a difficult matter to 1,1 Spring 8:13 !
such vessels be lightered from tiny straighten after stooping while the : .........:, ,. 1..r.M..Argyle.. .. ... .. 7:44-------------,-
may \ that the average adult has about 2.000 .I.. .. 9:57. .. ....
; quarantine station crew dischargingsame .1' kidney secretions were irregular ; ; ; DeLeon .. 4. 79... .j..
i to be held ;i in quarantine five \ 'J square inches,o( skin! on the surface of unnatural. Doan's Kikney Pills and I..:.. .... : :. ..\Vestville.. .. .. 7:1. ..... .1.....

daya. These regulations are subjectto his body. Each, square inch of this at Sidney Kahn's; procured ..... .... 10:15 :. .. ..CaryVille.. .. .. 7:12 ..... ...
i change at pleasure. of Quarantine Everything new and outer cuticle' ia. as we have said, liter No. S South Palafox St.drug store ,..... .... 10:30.. .. ..BonUay .. .. .. : .......1..,. ..

h H. O. ANSON Board of Mobile Bay, just from the 'factory* '{ > ally permeated"with Its 3. 00' quarter ''From personal experience I cured know that me. I..... .... 10:41.: .. .. .,. C pley.. .. ... 6:55.: !...... .. ...

Inch persplratioi,1 ditches. If we could this remedy can be depended .... ..... 10.581.. .. ACOCk... .. .. ....... .,.. ... .
.,... I A Safe Cough, Medicine: -'for Children.In The purchase1 of one > put each of'these'little! tubes end to fulfill the representations upon to I.. ....... 11:07: ..., otto9dale.. .. ... .
'
made for
: ;
CASH CLOTHIER buying a cough medicine for children !. pair of our Shoes will \ \ end we would find that they would extend I..... .... 11.25. .. .1lananna .. .. .. : .. .

1 never be afraid to buy Chamberlalns make call for another. a distance of not less than 201.1&6r IfFlor sale ,by all dealers. Price 50 I..... .... '11:45.. .. ..Cypress.. .. ....' .6181..1.. .. .

; Cough Remedy., There ,is no you ; Had you ever:before stopped'to cents. Foster-Milburn Co.. .Buffalo. .......... .11:5r.. Grand Ridge .. __ .. ... .

Corner Palafox! and Main.E danger from it and relief is always We have' Shoes ,to suif'" ; consider the, factithat. the',aggregate I'ewYork, sole agents for the UnitedStatel. I..... ...". '1:02.( .: .. .. Sneads.. .. .. 51,....... .1.. .. .

sure to follow. It is especially valuable -I all classes of people* > length' of'_the tile Pitches! for draining /............. uu: Ar.. River. Junction LT. 5:101..1..1: .

for colds! : croitp .and whooping -... ... ,,' ..:- '" /" the human'bodyjis' almost forty miles? Rsmembe-' the name-Doan's-anj ___j- P1.[ I P M I I ,
c ugh..For'.sale by all druggists. V ':': : .. .,, '. .::: -. .
T"T TT"--T"- "T"T., To" take no.other. ,;, .-; Tralns.stop.on slguaj..... .... .. ': .., .
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