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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 18, 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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Death Followed,Shortly.
Negro Escaped from Vernon


MEMBERS OF BOARD WHO WERE t I f Jail Captured Near Chipley. WOUNDED OFFICER RAN HALF, (

COGNIZANT OF POLITICAL CON I II' *
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TRIBUTIONS MADE BY COMPANYARE U G'E'N T' Delivery
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I : l Years THEN FELL' -TO SIDEWALK ANDT.
INCLUDED IN NEW PLAN- I' Ago. "
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TATE. 1 'I 1/' I IDil.f\ED'lt I i I prisoners Chipley who Mar., made 17.-one his of escape the.negro from NIGHT UPON SUSPICION j OF B&jING

the Vernon jail early Wednesday: THE MURDERER.
.' KICKS'I I mornin'g, was captured about three -3
Associated Press.yew ; :e
By miles north of ChipleyHe mode his
? York. lar. 17. The World .
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I trail an easy one to follow by again
to-morrcw will say: t Police Officer William B. Burnhanv'
". taking up his roguery and thieving before -
At a conference yesterday It was; of the most widely known an&
one
\k he was on hour out of the Jail.
Freed that the trustees of the New fie plundered Tax, Assessor Wm. popular officers connected with thv
York Ufe Insurance Company. who. --r Bowen's house; ,six mile miles northof Pensacola police department, wa
were members of the finance committee --- Vernon from Dr.: Wilson in Chip- shot and killed near the union depot'last
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during the presidential campaignsof ... .!'
,, night at 9:15 o'clock. An tin
:::::-.- ley he stole a:: huggy robe,, and froma
189S. 1900 and 1904. and were cog y home just 'over in Jackson countyhe known negro who appeared to be'lIl{
cizant of political contributions made< '' stranger here committed the crime *
;= supplied himself'with a hat, a pairof *,
tthe company, should reiihburs* .shoes a pair of trousers 'a coat and he made his escape, although followed :
'h, company to the extent of one hundred \k and other articles of clothing and by the wounded officer for halt];;
! and forty-eight thousand dollars -, some bedding. He was sent back to a block. The latter then fell to theysidewalk
'rhllI" the total of the.poiltical con the county prison Friday.,, j I and expired within a fen'.,
the
mirations made by company minutes.
Sheriff Allen is still .working for a
Each of the trustees will go into hi'wn
The occurred near the
clue to Bias: Wilson's whereabouts, shootin'g ;
- funds to make the
1 private pay and it is hoped here that Wilson will southeast corner of Wright and Tarp ;
H! TJI. I streets almost in front of tha.:,
ragona
soon be recaptured.' Wilson' is the
In all fifteen trustees are involvedi ;] -ee---- ';. : negro i who is charged with ''beIng an saloon of W. S. Norman, and occurred,
under the agreement each mat F
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accessory before the fact, to the murder at a time.when large crowds of pee-
titan wl:!) have ten thousand to contribute dollars.a trifle Originally less : A Busy Day at, the: rensacola Post Office. of Marshal A. Watson, who was pie were either in the saloon or on
the streets, but no one seems to have
It planned to hold the estate of, -' shot by a prisoner held In the. city,
was
Jail here last falL been an eye witness to how the officer
John A. McCall responsible for all
politic contributions and to bring : DlNEJTou1JJjJJQN The scheme to break jail and its received the wound.

legal!: action against the estate to obtain TWENTY-TWO LIVES LOST execution\ .. gas one>of; the.'most: successful Negroes Were Fighting:
.. history '
in'the ofthe. county.
reimbursement. The abandonment .sho
The: ue ro.waq. officfir, Burnham' -
of this plan was the decision : CEUBBY THE SPEAKER and was planned Vf' & 'triratTprtsonernearly and another negro* named Jerry;o
each at the conference. IN RIO two years ago, Vhen he' was Lenox were engaged In a: fight on the,
\ the only inmate of the jaiL "Everyday
the
j sidewalk near the saloon, when
he was allowed to come out ol '
ORGANIZATION Of WASHINGTON CORRESPONDENTS, the cell and walk a'bout'' In the stranger drew a revolver' and fired,
AWfUL DEATH OF open two shots at Lenox. The -latter ran
ENTERTAINED AT NEW WILLIARD HOTEL space around It He drew a profile of into the bar. and just as he did eo,
Two Held in .the key to the o?l1. and secured an Burnham 'up to place the,
Telegraphers are Officer ,ran
MOTHER AND CHILD iron lever used in closing the doors:
A [[ BY UNCLE JOE"l-CRIDIRON: : METHODS WERE ,IN-- : negro doing the shooting under ar, '
.J This lever he placed inside the cells is turned
Public Mind Responsiblefor rest The latter it stated :
:: TROD: UCED. over an iron flange-plate into whichit
suddenly and fired upon the officer.
DEMENTED WOMAN, WITH CHILD Disaster. fitted so closely as to be 'mistaken The latter staggered: back from the
for of the cell itself. It 'was
a part
By Associated Press. It was not a 'Gridiron dinner although shock and as he did so the negro
IN HER ARMS, THREW HER *; Gridiron methods were Intro- this implement that the two white and wheeled and fled east on Wright,
Mar. 177* Speaker] ,
five used
negro prisoners. as a lever
street. Although mortally wounded,
duced. The rules'"of the club as to
SELF IN FRONT OF TRAIN BODIES OF ONLY SEVEN OF'THE ton'ght' "gave a dinner to the which 'in opening the cell door Wednesday the officer as soon as he recovered
short speeches are never'pub
Club the famous organiza lished were invoked while skits and morning after which they-dug a hole I from the shock gave chase and raov!
VICTiMS .
-- HAVE BEEN IDENTI- wall
through the brick and were making
Washington correspondents songs of the club entertained the for half a block before his strength
By' Associated Press FIED-OPERATOR WHO IS DIRECTLY he has been on many oc- speaker's guests. their escape when the Jailer ap gave out He was seen to stop auj

Chicago Mar.( 17.-.(rs. T..J Tan' during the past jtwenty-two The club presented Speaker Cannon peared E. .with Stokes his has sun. the J. most in front of the residence of Obi4 f
J. bought A.
ner of Zion City, a member of the RESPONSIBLE\ FOR A distinguished company was with a large gridiron appropriately H. (Smith lean .ga.1nst'a telegraph}
MoCormick place at Piney Grove. The
Zion church, killed herself and infant THE ACCIDENT ADMITS THAT : to meet the club and nearly I decorated and informed him that i conveyance carries the turpentine still post for a few moments and then fall
today by throwing herself with the ,assembled in the beautiful while no one could be made an honorary and eight hundred acres of timbered face downward upon the pavement; v
child In her arms before a fast Chicago HE WAS ASLEEP. I d dining room of the New member' of the club the grid land. The consideration was 17000. Died in a Few Minutes 4

and Northwestern train. Mother Hotel at toe Invitation of the iron which he had received meant. The L. & N. R. R. Co. ran three (Several parties ran to where the ofW
lad child were killed instantly.! It is. I that he was its best friend. I trains for the benefit of the excursionist fleer had fallen, among them belnar

believed the woman was demented, as' By Associated Press. who went to DeFuniak to hear Sheriff Van Pelt who was north ot|
More taking the fatal step she had! Pueblo Colo., Mar. 17.-Twenty-two I the governor speak. On account of I the depot 'when the shots were flred,}
lours.Wandered aimlessly about the city for dead and twenty-two injured is the Boles Found Guilty of I the scarcity of wood the three trains When the sheriff reached the officefy
best estimate obtainable of casualties: were coaled from a freight train o_ n I the latter moved his lips and endeav;
I In the wreck of the two Denver & Death the side track here. : ored to speak to him but he could;
V Rio Grande passenger trains which Causing His Wife's Material is being placed on the ., not utter a sound .Dr. Blocker was',
THE: WILL OF collided twentyrflve miles, west of ground for the erection'' of the three I' quickly summoned but the officer dled,I,

this city early Friday_morning. story building to be occupied by the within a few minutes after. falling tai
SUSAN Only seven dead bodies can be iden- By Associated Press. Boles's father; two brothers and two First National Bank, and work will begin the pavement: .
B. ANTHONY tified and only one of these retains I brothers. n.law were indicted for per, in a few days.ASSASSIN. Entered Above Right Nipple.
sufficient outline of features' 'Vto be :Mar 17.-A Jury at Quit- jury. One of the brothers-in-law! testified -)
The bullet from the revolver of thfi>
I
readily recognizea'. The remainder found D. J. Boles guilty of to the grand jury that a con !
lEFT HER ENTIRE ESTATE TO are known from the fact that the found location : by causing his wife's death spiracy existed to testify in the Boles OF nipple negro, and entered from just all appearancesmust above the right,.,.
bones
of the charred !his behalf. -
would sardines on fast Christ: trial in have severed<< an artery. The couv's Uf
THE CAUSE OF WOMAN'SSUFFRAGE I were in places'where they fixed at Much ..excitement prevails\! at Quit- notbe traced bu!,'
I have been when the collision + is punishment was I STEUNENBURGUNDER of the bullet could ,
naturally
occurred. paralysis.'v for life. man but St is not believed that via appeared to have taken a downwards

Two telegraph operators' are held,. the verdict was rendered lence will result course. Jr

in the public mind responsible for the ARREST AT OAKLEY, Coroner Was Summoned.
although no formal indictment Landrum summoned
disaster Coroner was
Rochester.By Associated N. y.. Mar.Press..-The will has gone, out against them. PEACH NO 1 ,DECISION IN'UOLTON'S ''IDAHO, AND YfI.LL.BE. and upon Beaching the scene had a jt
W Susan B. Anthony was offered for Both, have been ordered dischargedfrom Jury empaneled and the body, was
probate to-date. The estate amounts the service ok the road. IN DANGERBy CASE BROUGHT TO SCENE OF viewed as it lay upon the sidewalk
to about: ten thousand dollars all of A coroner's jury has been empanelled of- CRIMEBy Afterwards It was moved to Pou's uoy,
'meh is leon to the woman's suffrage and will begin an investigation dertakiffg parlors and prepared for"
fansft Rev. Dr. Anna Shaw of Phil-I the cause of the-accident on Monday.S. I Press. burial. The coroner's jury repaired''
Lively! the operator whose Associated Press. By, Associated of '
Wphia.< Lucy E. Anthony of Philadelphia F. I to the office Judge Landrum witty
and Mary=! S. Anthony of failure" deliver train... orders resultedin ", Mar. 17.-Reports from I Washington; Mar. .The nomination Associated Prese. the witnesses, where all were sworn>
Rochester named trustees. The the collision has not been arresteland in this imme. of Alfred E. Ho'!tonUnited Caldwel, Idaho liar. 17,-A': tell the names of th* witnesses taken,;
are as fruit
Mithoay homestead is in Mary An-' It is considered probable that'no say growers no harm was done,I States district attorney for the western gram from Oakley states that J. I... and the jury dismissed Until this +
llIon s name.RESENTED. action against him will be taken until crop by last night's cold.: district of North Carolina, was Simpkins, a member 'of the executive morning at 8 o'clock, when the investigation
after the coroners inquest. considered todayby a sub-committee committee of the western federationof by the jury will commence.
bureau j
of his'failure to deliver weather predicts of the Senate Judiciary Committee]
Lively says miners had been arrested. near!
Have Right Man.
WITH May
AHANDSOME weather for tonight?j
freezing
the train ,order: I was asleep; that'sall. No decision was reached. Objectionto there. An officer will be sent to OakIcy -
UMBRELLA ." event growers say the crop j the appointment was made by Rep- to Identify and bring back the The police and county authorities
who damaged. Reports from both, were active as soon as they reachedthe
todaythat Lively Blackburn on the ground
: It developed ; resentative is wanted In
Slmpkins con
S Comer: who for years has I is the regular day operator at Swallows -. and southern portions of!, that Holton egineered the political prisoner. 8c?ne. They dbtained a description
."'1' in the employ of the L. & N. had, besides performing his report no damage so far.I'prosecution against Blackburn relating nection with the assassination of ex- of the negro from Jerry Lenox,
Frank Steunenburg.CANNOWSIGN
Governor I'
JSht depot.. severed his connection other duties, worked Thursday night fears' are entertained for to-", to recent indictments. with whom he had been fighting and
t v.th that company last night, much for William Van Densest; the night :' I officers were given this description: ,
"the( regret of the agent and thu operator. Van Deusen is said .to have i t and told to look out for the man*
other employees in the office. absented himself from the station BOWLERS MEET Lenox did not know the, name of the*
t>i M before his departure for home I without obtaining the approval of his SHORE R..R.ORDERED negro who he said, was a stranger., V
Mfr employees of the office presented superiors, SCALE SEPARATELY, neither did any of the other negroes;
AreilL I Cromer with a beautiful silk um- SOLDBy I AT LOUSVILLE who were In the saloon during the
; as a token of their esteem andlIrJeftdShip. J evening. It seems that for several
Mr. Cromer was taken by DETERMINED TOBy ByAssociated: Prays hours the strange, negro had been 1a,
," > f'. but feelingly thanked the Pr ... i By .A4Aoclated,Preis. Indianapolis Mar. 17.-It, can be. the saloon and was evidently looking/ '
Associated :

"BS mtn for the acceptable gift. I.Louisville. Mar. .-In the presence state authoritatively that officials! of tor* trouble as he endeavored to p'Clcv:

Mr Cromer and family will leavethrlnr GET A DIVORCE. which, Mar.has 17.TheBay been in the hands Shore i of three thousand persons Acting the; United Mine Workers .America a quarrel with a number of negroes]t tat
this week for Denver, where -' for two years, was order i Mayor Owen Taylor tonight sent the t ti have decided to allqw the Ryan resolution the bar Shortly before 12 o'clockthe
'IIJ in future reside. by Federal Judge Waddill, to- i first tall bowled in the annual tournament to be eliminated from consld- officers located a negro at the det '
Associated Press. to be put'up at auc : of Big Tarpon Caught. Paris Mar 17.-During the examination Norfolk property at a time and place I gress spinning down the alleys and that the adoption of the report of every particular. He was ,arrested
,Fort Meyers) Mar 17.-The tarpon of Countess, De Castellane today to by special,commission I a roar of' cheers greeted his effort the. scale committee virtually repealed and sent to jail where he gave ,
tbSOn is now fairly under way. An- she said it was her intention divorce after thirty days notice. when he finished the performance ata the resolution which prevented one name as Robin Boyklns, and ata=
"1 leren monster measuring five feet persist in her. application of for defendant a and fifty thousand II neat'"spar.." There Is the largest district from signing an agreementwith i that he was employed at, the eot
p Inches was lander by James I .- The non-appearance Is pritw of. which I attendance in-the history- of the con operators until all districts had **'
._hall!I. of Jersey City N. J,, yester- led the court to him.enter a temporary the must upset be in cash. I gress. come to an agreement "fl i ,(Continued on Page .Thr1S,* 1

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i4; >1 I AT THE HEAD OF THE SIC'STORE THE BIG STORE THE .BIG STORE 1



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!1i A RUSHING .
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.. -Black Taffeta Silk, Pen sacola's Fashion, Center., Shirt Waists


TRAIN 98 cents. Carried" Over From Last Seasonat


The weave is of the finest, and, the; quality you can :actual cost.. Four dozen fine Lawn Waists, very

tell the minute you catch a fold in your fingers. t'We Attractive Specialsoffered sheer and elaborately) trimmed. This, is one of the


:'!; Two Exciting Hours in the Eegine aren't though going you can't to say get it it elsewhere is worth for more as little than as SL39 that., to you at attractive prices for MONDAY'S quick most Come sensational early and get waist first offerings pick,.remember of the entire at cost season.price.

Cab of an East Coast selling. Sale begins at eight. Phone and mail orders filled, IQueen's



I I Railway Flyer. New Spring Goods Come Marching In. lace Curtains. .

Imported Ginghams, 5,000 yards of "Gray" Suiting

t The Most Popular of All Fabrics. I
'"Who of you have ever felt the sensation ; The swell Window Drapery at

of a ride' in the cab of a loco 10 CENTS. Dress Gingham ,8 3 1 c Sheppard Checks, black and white, at 85c and $1 at 69 and 1.49. Cost Price. Only one of a kind
Includ .
The usual 15c
quality
I'm motive To the initiated of course it ing all of the new checks. Cream White Mohairs from 60c'to SI.25. to select from.

is nothing more than ordinary. But The usual lOc quality. Cream White Serges from 75c to $1.25 Something absolutely

ta the one who has never tried it, the Here is a Gingham op- The style and quality of these goods cannot be matched new. Women who caughta

feeling, is immense, ana1 'tis the ride first glimpse of it last
that
should
of life writer in the Daytona portunity you anywhere in,the city for the money. r. of
; his Gazette-News., says a Table Damask, take advantage of. Just ', week declared they had Short Ends Matting

At the Invitation of J. R. Parrott .98 CENTS.All think, 5,000 yds to select never seen anything quiteso at half price measuring from 5

rice president and general manager, Pure Linen; the usual $1.25 from; absolutely fast colors Wm. Johnson & Son Inc. pretty. Come early? to 15 yards, both China and Jap.
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of the Florida East Coast Railway, and $1.35 quality new designs. to both soap and water. it won't last long. Remember, at half price..

the writer !Sunday rode in the cab of ,

\ Engine No 55 from St. Augustine to

Uajtona while she was pulling the .

i magnificent train known as No. 99.


=j; The eluding trip the that means additional comes about from two touch flying hours of overII exrllement in- Special Display of Gage Bros. & Phipp's Ready-to-Wear Hats


he rails in the night ,
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Somehow an engine seems to be

II" more than a mere machine. In the

I I majesty of its power, groomed and 2L.
and 20 and
t primed for the run, it almost appears Tuesday Wednesday March

''I I .to be a living teing. It is like a ,

J,.r thoroughbred wait for the word.T .

t t Anglim wag the engineer on No,

I ( 65 last night, and Jerry Thompson .. ., .. ., .. ''' .
,. :S. ... J ; t t' "was the fireman The engineer is a '!$!. ,-...

l'it} veteran in the service and he looked .
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i his part, giving the impression that such swift!
el! non ball or using some
CHAIRMAN REILLYTOCALLCOMMITTEE
f he knew his business every minute I means of soaring along. Palmetto THE MEANING CONFEDERTAES.
I I and pine went by a swimming mass '
and at all the angles.
Jerry Thompson, the fireman was of green and black. OF "LLOYD'S"IS ARE INVITEDAS
The fireman his feet again
,t ellm was on
and wiry and he kept the mas
{l bite locomotive keyoa' up every notch forcing the power from the engine.
of the way. The engine swayed and tossed as It WOAIssSNo :
rrtf
The run from St. Augustine to Bay- tore along. The wind swept throughthe TO WORLD OF SHIPPING WHAT BODY WILL MEET ,IN FEW DAYS WELL AS OTHER WAR VETER

?; tona is 74 miles. cab windows in a perfect hurri
When the majestic
i train rolled into the Ancient City cane. There was a hissing, roaring ROTHSCHILDS ARE,' TO WORLD TO ARRANGE: FOR PRIMARIESOF AN'S TO ,ATTEND WHEELER

: '! !from iJ'ack80nvllle.with, its precious sound that was deafening. OF FINANCE. MAY 15 AND JUNE 12. MEMORIAL CELEBRATIONIN
41 load of human freight. Engine 55 was Glaring white mile posts became.
mote and frequent There was a feelIng ATLANTA.
standing steaming and snorting' like
Ow
;. a. thing of life ready to be coupledto 'of exhileratiou that was temperedby
the train. Within a few seconds an occasional cinder that found Like most great and enduring enterprises A Journal iepresentatigek&w chair'
of starting time. Engineer Anglim got Its way Into the cab. These cindersare Lloyd's had a small (beginning. man' Frank Reilly, o(ttfe' if ready for business. One hand was on. not numerous, but riding in like It is now to the world of shipping and ocratdc executive committee; 'last night Pen-
United Confederate'
r the throttle and in .the other he held on the :wInd they had a way of stinging marine insurance what the house of relative to the meeting of the committee Veterans.
sacola Fla March 1906.A
his watch The conductor the like hornets.At Rothschild is to the banking world.Lloyd's to arrange for the May primary .
-gave I invitation to what don't need.
never people they
y Through these headquarters an urge buy
intervals the fireman pulled dates from the latter of Chairman Reilly said that he would
rlgnal and she was off on her southward I i part
T extended
has been to all Confederates We
cab floor committee In- are kept busy enough supplying! the demands of the
} triP. down'a hose ann soused the the reign of Queen Elizabeth and had call a meeting of the many
41 As the train was gaining headway and the coal pile. The cab of a flyer Its origin in a- small coffee house, in side or the next two weeks, but that, Grand ISbns'of of the Confederates.and customers' who buy because they really want what we have to sell,

t the writer gazed ahead and wondereQ'bow locomotive is no summer resort. Tower street kept by Edward Lloyd he expected( 'to ;hear- from the chair, Spanish' -Army American war veterans Republic to attend and buy at Kress' because they Know that all things cost less i in the
t many of the passengers, reclining Engineer Anglim kept a keen and says the London Commercial Intelli man of the Mote committee and' he; _Kress Stores '
celebration
the Wheeler. .
for the signals that had 'not 'rjecetv-d official nc memorial ,... ,
steady yet '
any '
t: op the downy cushions there of the lux. gave him lookout the right of wa).. The throttle gencer. He was an enterprising man, tice regarding the primary. .1' In Atlanta.MarFh 27.. '..., ._ We never have occasion to use the eSP'ression Just asgood "_
tirioug coaches behind, were and through his business'contact With
t' 11 who gave a thought to the engineer was wide, open and the engine sea-faring men and merchants enlisted When the county committee meetsit This /will ,be a, :gotkble'gathering there is never any need for a substitution or misrepresentation.Most .
and great time is, expected the
'f and. his trusty helper who were guiding sailed along- steady as a clOCk. in foreign trade foresaw the importance will issue a')'t-l. in accordance with thousands a of oVi"soldiers:will as assemble of,the goods sold at Kress cannot be purchased; elsewhereat

I, 4 them !in safety to their destinations Signal lights gleamed here and of improving the shipping; the state committee's call for holding be1! ', to do honor to their honored twice:the Kress priceVe.: know it and you know it. No room
there along the track. Never before and the'method of :marine insurance.:; the primary and candidates will ;';chieftain. "' for bluff where prices and values: speak so loud in favor of, buying
had It seemed that and white opportunity to file their.'applications
green given an
A gale Blew> through the cab. The He'was' the founder,of the of, f
system The railroad,rale from Pensacola to, at Kress9.Ve .
were such frienaly; colors. With the 'I for places on the ballotThe :
1 engineer leaning from the window wasa I
: heroic figure. His grayish hair train moving close to sixty miles an maritime and commercial intelligence first 'Primary.wJU..be "held. May 11; Atlanta and; return is $1035' It Is \ seek only to secure the trade we can hold by supplying you
which has been this
into its from
developed that' number
h streaming in the wind and his "jump- hour there was no earning for red. present effectiveness. Before the and the second: primary" June 12.Chairman' 1. I community hoped. will a large attend. with what you really need at the least price you need to pay-there
When .there was a glimpse of the lat: Jleilly will send ofrt .
er" assuming baloon-like proportions. time of Edward Lloyd maritime insur. tbe'members W. LN'ID'rICH: are never any forced sales. .
of the
The fireman with bared head and his ter on some switch it was suggestiveof notices to committee
n blood and' trouble. All along the ance in England was conducted by this -week, probably Tuesday Commanding First Florida Brigade, Should anypurchases ever prove unsatisfactory for any reason
shirt at
the throat was trying;
to satisfy open the everlasting desire of main track though there was a the Lombards some Italians who calling the meeting and stating the U. C. V. your complaint will receive the careful attention of our manager.

4 the furnace for coal. friendly light here and there that founded Lombard street but after date on :which It will be held. C. V. THOMPSON.General. The highest prices you need_ to pay:
Lloyd embarked in the business' Britons Adjutant
Near Dinner Island was a sharp seemed to beckon the swiftly rushing

curve and the view of the track beyond train. I I conducted marne: insurance in Stops Itching Instantly. Cures piles, 'lbe'hlghest grade Tea on the market isOYAMA
was hlaVlen' Now if anybody No. 99 Is known as a through train London. eczema, salt rheum, tetter itch hives Blown Glassware lOc' EachA
think it fun to approach a curve of and makes :but few fttopa. Ormond The subjects of marine iU Unncej herpes, scabies-Doaa'g Olatmeat At,, TEA
that sort at the rate of 85 feet a was at last reached and some of tae are the ship, the cargo and tie any drug store.' giant 'assortment beautifully decorated illustration
of ; every piece an
a1Igbted.ooaln gaining all which may belong] to different
.; second or so, when he don't. know passengers t
Pure. Just as imported. of Kress' wonderful values.
the train parties. In time of there Is'What .
if what is beyond he wants to try it. headway out of Ormond war :
sl !In this particular case it happened ktmmed along over the smooth rails Is termed the maritime risk-danger The highest grade Tea on the \30YAMA DON'T FORGET REGULAR SUNDAY Whiskey glasses pear shape; claret and champagne glasses, bell

that.therp lay beyond a long straight and rattling switches until the rant from accident, collision and stranding TEA EXCURSION TODAY. STEAM, shape; cocktail glasses stem flare and bowl top; cordial glasses; sherbet -

s" retch of lev el 1 track A change In station light of Daytona loomed. into --which is distinctly separate from ER MONARCH LEAVES PALAFOX glassescupbell and pear shapes;tumblers.bell shape;finger bowls
7. the motion of the engine told of increasing view. Three sharp shrill whistle the risk of capture and seizure by an Imported. I I
Pure. Just as WHARF 2:30.
speed The fireman arose toroax and the red was changed! to white; enemy. Even knOWS!
B e f mere man
hot All-Qver
d even more speed from the 'en one more short answering blast from This class of 'marine Insurance had .------. i Table Mats 0 r e how to ,appreciate the
cine and there was a ready response the engineer, and the train began to its inception In the conditions arising '1r THE ROCK OYSTER.It dishes have LaCeS beauty of All-0er

Look-ing straight ah ad the track slacken until at/last it stopped at during the seven'year. l'"encb-Engl1b' ruined your table tops, lay in a Laces. He likes them,and he likes to
Deemed to be rushing toward the the station and Daytona's share of war of 1757 to 1763. !. Foaad In Only Two Place, Spain I set of mats. They add much to see a woman he likes wear them ITS t

train As the rails and ties disappeared 'passengers alighted. A minute or,I Llojd's moved to Pope's Head alleyin r at" en and Oregon. the'table's appearance. such an offer as this that nuke Kress I I Ia
under the engine the sensation two and it was off again. speeding on:,, 1770, and in 1774 removed to its The rock oyster is found only on the Fancy oval shapes in six sizes, mad of Jap I household word. I
nf the tenderfoot in the cab was to its destination at_ the southernmost present,quarters in the Royal Ex coasts of Spain and of Oregon. At anese straw with looped edge, also round All-Over Laces inches widever'9RC
ill something like flying or rtalng a can.1( .city on the mainland:of FloridaSpring change. In 1811 Lloyd's was Incorporated Yaquina bay. a favorite summer resort and fancy shapes, . beach handsome designs per yard j

by an act of Parliament This 1Ja of OregonIans, digging rock oys- Infants' Hose We are inter RCDD Very fine work-:
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1 act defines the objects to'be: ((1) The ters it regular pastime. In the early ested In the '"1IISb'p
carrying on of the business of ma- morning before the sun is high crowds Stock Collar lar has silk
t : 1' babies too. Our prices and .
rine,insurance : qualities ;m
socIety '
by members ot the embroidery
Humors : eii' armed with picks and shovels wend
t'' ; ((2) the protection of the'' Interests r their to the famous rock oyster prove it in a practical way. assorted colors,2 tabs and 2 silk but.
way
of members of the society in Infants'colored hose,assorted colors,fall tons,white, red, light blue nUe green
respect to shipping cargoes and : bsds. The state geologist of Oregon line of sizes, fine rib, red, pink light and lavender. .
.J Impure or effete matters accumulatedin freight; ((3)) the collection publica aye of the rock oyster: I blue and white lOc No less than 25c. in ordinary: |Q/
fxr
"Jt sclenUtic name is pholaa Like black socks store. .
tion and diffusion of intelligence and Zo Three-quarter lOc t ? *
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: the blood during the winter cause in the x. information with respect to shipping all bivalves, it has right and left One-half and three-quarter socks,rib top. Hair Oval back, firm black

spring such disfiguring and painful troubles The corporation of Lloyd's and the ,I valves, each having on Its middle portion assorted colors lOc I krisdes. These sell for
committee of Lloyd's who are the' executive a triangular rasplike valve. It isthis Black rib hose extra fine grade, assorted I Brushes 40a and
f I as boils, pimples, and other eruptions; also'. body of the corporation, and rasplike organ that enables it to cues,ift} to 5>4,per pair lOc I most stores-our price.We. at 25

weakness, loss of appetite, that tired feeling.' j the secretary of Lloyd's, have practically excavate and keep Its burrow open.
nothing to do with marine In- k'z'Z The rasp Is not hard enough of itselfto On Sale On
The best medicine to take is 'Hood'sSarsaparilla (J) SaleThursday
surance in the of taking risks
way or cut the rock but the bard quartz I
: .'f which thoroughly cleanses the't paying ,losses. Their duty in this 'respect sand that rests in the folds of the Wednesday 9 A. M. 9 A. M.

; blood and effects .'' is to afford ,marine insurance rasp gradually wears away the stoneas Table Exceptional value. In sash!
These the
+< permanent cures by giving brokers who wish to effect Insurancea -I are

.a,J healthy functional activity to the stomach .;/ '..11ftfi place of meeting with:those: who the fast growth as needed of the corresponding oyster. When with vlll Cloth tems.48 plain and ins.wide.fancy pat. Sh Rods rods that tit any win'

I liver, kidneys, bowels .and skin., r t. undertake the risks.A -< the eggs are hatched in the sea water Usually sold. f or 25c.' Kress'price 1 0 cow." They save a great deal I of ill'mado

!It SPICIAL.-TO meet the withe of thoe* who they look like small patches of jelly- humor in adjusting,for they are ;
7 .
j WLUtl Colored Bras frame
prefer medicine in tablet form,we are now pup Laap.ge.They with to .
't ; ion it IIp Hood'* /barmapaniia in horoiate.ated Miss Minnie Lynch.53 Hljh St.Worcester. have a whistle language on Gomtra fish and for several days swim about hang stay up.Sliding
tablet a*well as th. usual liquid form. Byrer. Medallions gfttfiinches up rodsfit.n.tndownryhandso mo.
with the outlines
of their shells
future
When health failed akin
:;.j dwlnc HNId'anparilla to a solid extract,w. *Ts my island In the Canary archipelago.They r 3 lOe Corrugated and
#;a{ sties have retained&[of *Trv In medicinal the tablets ingredient the curative prop. becam plmplr.erts pained bead ached. can whistle there aa articulately forming slowly about them. By instinct diameter,assorted subjects, shaped ends. Complete silveredorbrUSglobotOe) .
hoi by t mall stomach seemed sore and everything ate each looks for a vacant spot on
dmgi or tent by 100
{au on*dollar C. I. Hood Co., bewail Mass,. felt tike bad.Hoods Sarsaparilla cured me." as a Bostonian speaks. And since they 111en a rock surface and when found be Souvenir endless variety of Boys' llamb1ede-1 '5t' eat
intaesting tool if.e ()
can whistle loud and shrill the views to sport even
very
,t tit tt backs against it and goes into busi Post-Cards send ytv friends. Comic Jackknives pull the peg suwnd thrn
Cameras can converse a long way off.
a ness. They are preferred to all other for.ll 'ea.Yariouswond effects.pDeraisubjecb Boys'jackknife blade,metal handle !Ie
A Gomera mile"from' borne Leather, .
.
hunting a fc BO-'Ju1knife'2 blades,when handle. IJC
othgni .
t blvavles for the table and as they are Sc.a piece Many >lor at for _
can ask his wife what there la for .
found only in one place on the coastof
lunch and if the menu does.not please
bun he can scold her and order a We invite the young men of an unparalleled Spain and at attractionScientlflcAmerican. luquina, they are !!WATCH KRESS WINDOWS"

1 change quite as well a* though he Pensacola and, vicinity to (' Hand .
s" r ; 'aaassssswwsstt ,dale.1 stood beside her. inspect our Spring Suits.: ,

one The Gomeras talk in a singsong! ,,and They're exceptionally fine in Whale. --- -- .
i of ills% malad? 7 Simply the s Jstem sasiasKaALL their whistle language reproduces the I quality: this spring with the I Whales,.though they 'are mammals, -- '

4 quinine,or that deadly I spoken one's intonations.- For Instance, coats cut much longer than last are fitted to live like fishes in water.: r
iJl: Dort 1sr $1's Da .rears. It lank;ai aA children baVfe i year. Prices range from $8 to Order Tour
all
: ? aaoaary o o po.lu i Iltanatee over America taunting $25. i' The true whales are of two kinds of
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Jl cry; I families-the spermaceti whale which ICE, COAL and WOODConsumers'

;! HERBINE "Hiss for shah e. I has teeth in the lower Jaw, and the I'
n zue ashns.a.tmrta Hiss for shame whalebone whale which has Of
w tartq et mat rLL n r none. IcelTndFuel
t.it p +bhrl.l alt tbe.trtweoresintoe Everybody know your name r' I named there I Company.
ad o.lc.1.e. a tatlr the first are two species
{, .on.eorauttrwtbop.ad.somcatronbha 5OOMrbottla This cry is not' sane. It is Intoned. John White Store the cachalot and the sperm, which I p Offic...-Corner: Chase and Turncoat. Plwn. 259.

Au Druggists.I And so the Gomeras Intone, their guttural when full grown measures from seven

I language. It would be Quite easyto t*..MM In *..'. war ty to eighty feet The capture of this
ga --
whistle the "Hiss for shame" cry. I animal is attended with greater danger -
205-207 & Palafox Street
.S r So<< It Is quite easy to whlstlg the Gome than that of the whalebone or

II'"Z, ras' singsong_ laDguae.-Clnc1nnaU Eauirer. 'Pbon. 225. t I Greenland whale on account of Its for. Subscribe for The Journalf.

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I -s been 1'oraaeath so4 sit,kinS.I bed of yeast me4ictnes troablIwthntstomsek. ) y toegu.-b m f} ;ilF EXTRAORDINARYSALES: 'N,
attach7 is green as era. .'n breath bevin I ,
BE LOCATED[D Cascaret.S bad odor, Two weeks a.go a fri.ud reconmende fd
Cb..rfuily sad after using them I can whim ty sad .
therefor. Say that they isac.atireiy cureue, 5 N ,
let
JOB know tbst i shall retommai
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I WE ARE"LONG" Most Modern the Buildings ,in ii.: Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.Ladies' w u

South. ,Pslatbl.! ,Potent.Taste flnod.Do Good, u
W.v.r
SIcke.-W.sken or Gripe,IOe.C,Sic,Never V
sold ia bulk. The. genuine tablet Uampe4 ceo-
.Oauaa&ee to cure at your money back. i m
Local parties together with Eome Sterling Remedy Co.,Chicago or N.Y. 598 w. -

New for the Yorkers establishment, have perfected near Pensacolaof plans I I AINUAL SALE, TEN MILUON BOXES and Misses' Hats Just In. u .

In the new styles-the long
a modern sanitarium or rather a

Sacks, Double and Single Breasted place somewhat upon the order of a lICK NO. 16 18


joung are man here-longs just the for. kind the enjoyed hotel whre and where quiet guests and rest can still can receive be- Ready any part at all of hours city. to First answer class callsto in m One lot of Castle & Co.'s Newest Pattern Hats, one lot of Christie & Co.'s New

the bene-fit.of treatment If, necessary N
every respect. Fast and gentle horse 1
:So man who spends a reason- by all of the most modern and polite drivers. Phone No. 185. Ready-to-Wear Hats, all to go on sale
George K. Faulk.
Me sum for Clothes. need ever equipments and appliances.' m m

Plans of the building? have reached
eg! the renutat'on! of being a here, but the parties interested do HICKS' : Rf j
Monday 'Morning at 9 o'clock at Special Prices.
pot dresser-unless he goes to not care Just yet to ',tve out any information I CAPUDINE 1 ,

the uroff; store. as to who is connected w'th IMMEDIATELY CURLS .
this movement The building! will be UEADACHESDreaksupCOLDS N -
Take a look at our new line. four 'lit r
stories
in heighth. will be N : 1I !

75 by 135 feet and will contain over IN 6 TO 12 HOURS N New Waists New Skirts New Suits-Special Bargain Offerings. I'
T riallaUIt! ,
seventy rooms. It will be heated by We AI Dre.jamBURNHM N .
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cTABDDEO1( I IIJ steam lighted, by :electricity and N One case new Wiite Lawn Shirt 53.50 Fine Jap Silk Waists in black $%.50 fine White Lawn LJngere I'I

equipped with elevators and all] mod.! I Waist, trimmed in lace, embroidery or' white, trimmed. in broad Waists. very dressy and stylish I
THIESEH ern equipment. It will be constructed N J 'and tucking. Strictly 75c tucks newest sleeves, special $2.69 a special opening -bargain....$ .'.9 "'
[ 1 lot of finest $L75 White Lawn "m"lt' : Black Zap Silk Waists I t .
of concrete, and for comfort and KILLEDI r, value: !!- special Monday.! t' .. .. .49c or Linen Waists,:button-hole em- trimmed with! lace and tucks .1

-- convenience.In OJ. A handsome- line of 'new fine broidered fronts nicely tucked $2.50 values, special.$1.93. .. I
FLORIDA CURIOSITIES. addtion: to"the main building I fU newest style sheers, opening !
White Lawn Saratoga Waists We are also showing dozens of
Lve and Stuffed Alligators ready there ,will be seven cottages' on the sale price. .. ..'". .. .. ...'$1.39 II
NEAR R UNION I N perfect fitting, embroidery and other styles "In Lawn and Silk Waists.
To: shipment grounds. These will New S'lk! Suits, New Wash Skirts, "
surr und a circular tucked fronts, made to retail at from the cheapest to the finest Lin
Orange wood canes, with alligator the'center ". New Lawn and Linen Suits, New Lawn
heads 75c. plaza, in of which will 1 fd ...t.69, special, for this sale ....$1.19 :and Jap Kimonos. gere eyects at special prices. :

Sea Shells and Shell Jewelry Shell be a large fountain.- The plaza ,will I it'S .- ._ _ _ _ s,"
I'll Wood Novelties, Leather Goods a contain flowers shrubbery. etc., DEPOT J.W n,r- '

Specialty. through which' there will be walks, ii

MRS C.House N. McCLURE Building leading to and from the cottages, ,as I Special. Silk Bargains. Extraordinary ,Bargains ,. Special Wash Goods.
Opera ,
well as the main WI'
107; E. Government St. Pensacola, Fla. building. These cottages Continued N 'NEW ,ARRIVALS, IN SILKS. -. -.. 1 lot of lOc and 12%c Double
will also ( From First Page) )Il'Ompress. in White Goods.Two '
constructed of con ffcf We have.just received 25 pieces of width Percales all colors special r11
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: crete. H 'denied that he had'any1connect'on Jap Silks. 27 Inches wide, all the new Monday. .. .. .. ... 8c "t
R. K. WHITE, One of the features of the main : with the shooting, but ,he'l! shades. We bought them at: a barN cases of best 15c White Dotted : Finest 15c Printed Madras Shlrtitfgs l.W,

Watchmaker Manufacturing Jeweler, and Craduate building will !be the 'bath fitted the description and is ? ,! gain and will give our customers the Curtain Swiss, extra wide'in for... .. ..'.. .. .. ....t2 c N'!
Optician.30 S. Paiafox Street. Pens acola Fla. sun room, held for further examination. Several N advantage. Regular' 40c value for ;)Im: Ends a great bargain for Best 15c Zephyr Ginghams" new JWIIP
where those -
dsring 'a sun bath :cau Monday !
other -
negroes were arrested during At 25c yd. choice styles, special Monday, :
TURTON BELL enjoy It Is it.the Idea-of" those the night but most of them are be-i I The latest thing in ,White and 25 pieces best 20c and 25c Dotted per yard.. .... .. .. .. .. .: ..9c
who are : Dress Chiffon
behind Swisses finish,4
ing ,held as witnesses. /black narrow hair line plaids '
1.
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PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. the movement to cater to that and strips for spring and summer a special for Monday. .. ...17c lOc and 12c Dress Ginghams In.
Kodak Supplies. Finishing for Amateurs. class of business men who.are. worn Large Crowds Collected. j N waists and costumes 're 100 pieces Mill Ends of Drawn !New Checks. Plaids and Stripes
out from The report of the three shots in spedall\fonday.. .. .. .. ..8Vzc *
overwork and who desire to m duced from 75:: to .. ... .. 59c yd Border Embroidery Cloth for
go to some quiet'place, where they'can I rapid succession caused a large crowd; Special line of Fancy Silk new dresser scarfs worth 15c per 1. case of 8'ic Fancy Plaid Check

TERSELY TOLDThe obtain all conveniences' and enjoy a to congregate about: the union depot N figures. variety of all colors yard, special Monday. .. ... .!*/& and Striped Dress Ginghams, .
rest and at the same time obtain treat In less than! five minutes the streets' N for 39c, worth. 59c. ,Sheer White India LJnon, lOc quality special Monday.. .. .. ... .6*c
ment should It' and sidewalks were filled with peo 3 cases of Mill End Calicoes in
become .,...6c15c
necessary. Black Taffeta Silks in the Chiffon. -
pIe, all anxious to learn the I (N good colorings 6c and 7c values IU
r.tx emp ojees received their I It is expected that all matters connected parttcu-1 Louisine: and Rustle weights Combed Yarns India Linon '
ch-.%.ks! vesterday afternoon for ser-: with the movement will have lars of the murder. When 1.In" $l'r2jv3-foch I;'Taffeta, ,Silk for this ....10c special Monday per yard., .. 3Jc

TIC'', rmdcred during the past fifteen been completed 'within the course of arrest was made the crowd swarmed! m sale, ,re4ucJ t/>,.. '.... ...- ''SSfe, Our 19c India Linon in this sale lZVac 10 yards good Sheeting Domestic Uu Uu
about the officers thinking that they1 special Monday for.. ,. ., .. 39c ,
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dli.o."lwpl. ten days when the public will then .$L39 S6"i ch..Taffeta Silk for this 'a 15c Double Fold. Persian Lawn

be given all thefacts.DLIGATS. had captured the murderer and ,it ap-I! OJ .? 'saje, reduced".-. .. .. ....SLiDN very sheer......bc .
are the keys to moist suc peared for a few. moments as if there :
45-inch sheer Persian
36-Inch Taffeta Silk for this very Lawn. l
r'SSE's-antl' you may: have the "ke "" would be trouble; but this was avert $1.50 Lace and
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; sale, reduced 4o._ ,. .. ...... ..$t.19 25c kind .19c Embroidery.l
orr of people working for you if jou TOGRAND ed when it !became known that "the (U -
watch 11.75 36-inch Taffeta: Silk,.for this All other lines likewise reduced. !
"situations wanted"
ads. negro was only a wit e5s.
N Bargain in Pou,de Sole-We will sell 200 pcs. New Hamburg Edging and N
Rev. J. F. W. Ilcinbardt urgently re LODGE Artilleryman Saw Killing. m si.&; grade of Pou de Soire for .$1.35Sf 19c Double! Fold Dimities in assorted Inserting Sc and lOc values. to N

quests all voting and other members An artilleryman from Fort, Barran: J1.75 grad f.I'P" de Sole for.$1.39u .- checks .' 15cVery go Monday at. ..' .... .. ......50 lit
of the Lutheran church to attend a cas was standing on the depot" platform : a fine 25c:; Dimities for.19e8c .- I t' :ICO pieces extra feood and wide 1..
Aerial' meeting at 3 o'clock this after- when the shooting occurred. 'tout' Lace Striped checked Nain Embroideries and Insertlngs N

toon, at the church to consider a new IPHYTIANS RETURNED TO THE he was too far distant to recognize the New' Wash Goods. sook .*.. .So ranging from 15c to 19c values "1"
'letter from St. John's church ot Ns.v negro. He said that two negroes were }special Mondav. .. .. .. ....10e:
Orleans regarding his call to that CITY LAST NIGHT, AFTER fighting when one drew a revolver and !N We are 'now prepared to show you 8c quality of checked Nainsook for.6cIn One case of very fine Swiss Embroideries J.Y

place. ENJOYABLE TIME.AT fired two shots. The officer he sa"d.|I m the handsomest line ever brought to assorted size checks. and Insertings, Just Jn, the Of

The court martial in session at the had seen the negroes fighting before! ,,1 Pensacola. Also the 15c kind for.10e greatest values ever offered.5c .
Pentacola! nary yard concluded the PALATKA.The the shots were fired. and was almost:;: : New Printed- Batise. New Organdy Also the 18c kind and 8c Torchon Laces. Mon llll

trial of Seaman O'Donnell yesterday upon them when the strange negro! N Rage) New, Chiffon Organdy New day only.... .. .. .. eo ..3ic
Also the 23c kind .18c
morninft:, upon the charge of scandalous drew his revolver and fired. The 'ru Princess.Tissue,,.New Check and dotN One case of all Linen Torchon lAces
conduct The trial of Sanchez delegates to the grand lodge ficer advanced towards the negro, Of'f ted Madras. Panama Cloth very fine for In- to in this sale very cheap.
go
Knights of Pythias, who have been artilleryman said but before he : '
got
who has the' same charge against him : fants wear and fine underwear, line
A handsome of New Val and
spending th6 week in Palatka in attena'ance within a dozen fen of him the
'as commenced immediately. negro N 100 Cotton Down Pillows covered 12 yards in a piece for 1.25 1.50 to
I upon the sessions of the raised the revolver and fired again, Round Thread Laces go at Jill
Ruffin Howard, an aged negro who lodge reached home last night There then turned and ran. The soldier said N with Silkoline and ruffled worth 2.00 and------------------$2.50 SPECIAL CUT PRICES. fU
hail been 50c each special Monday ... .. .29c
employed In do'ng were about fourteen! delegates, including the officer followed and he dd: not '
In work on the Blount excavat.1 the ladies: from Pensacola, ant think the latter had ben hurt until fU 2 cases of finest I5c and 18c Sheer !ruftf
d<'ad at his home in the all of them were tired from their he saw him stopand lean up against; N SPECIAL BARGAIN SALE OF TOWN Souvenirs given away from 9 to 11 and Fine Printed Batiste, a special -

i ortion> of the city Friday ntght. He long trip when they reached Pensa- the telegraph post then fall to the,I ELS AND BED"! SPREADS MON. o'clock for Monday. .. ... .. ..GVzG fUfj,
hail worked during the day and whenhf cola.
pavement. : I t DAY. TUESDAY Lunch Cloths Dresser Scarfs Pillow !.
AND
MONDAY
left for home
was In
apparently Everyone however praised the jytU
Had No Revolver. Tops and Center Pieces 2 Trunksof
(wd health. manner In which they were receivedat What became of the officer's revolver -" Bargains in all Ki"ds of Summer Un- we will give away a handsome souvenir Drummers Samples at Half Price )."t.
The friends of Penn Harvey whoraduaied Palatka and spoke highly of the if he had is der'wear. of $2 or Monday. AtJi
enjoyable time that' they had spentthere one a mystery. An m to every purchaser over. l
in the class of 1904 '
from I empty scabbard was foima'( in his #i1i
tie during the three day's sessionof

I it ards! 1803.Pensaoola taking:' mil)a Classical be post interested graduate school to course after-learn tory the the most of lodge.the largely order The attended session In the was In state the one and his of officer would pocket.have had It a is fired revolver not at believed the with negro him that when or the he he I|m MYg g COME TO THE BUS STORE FOR BARGAINSI m: iM

Mt he U
one of five in a class of was running after him. It is possible I
"out ]50 at Princeton University in much goQ-j': was accomplished I however, that he drew his revolver as NmT
'he Pensacola was honored by, the election I
1 school of science who are msn- running and it fell from
he was his
toned" as honor students of their cellor of of Henry the: lodge.TOOTHSOME Horsier. as grand chan grasp and .was picked up by some;!i

I rlas"The young man will spend his I .' one. H. Latin & Co.
miner! vacation in Pensacola. Found Hat of Negro. | Off
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Frederic, formerly of the firm! SALADS. The hat of the murderer was found
"f)r Ausfleld. Chapman. & Frederick. on East Wright street where he had|
iui now in business foe himself. was Promote Health and Please Palate. dropped it in his haste. It is a black i ftJaaaaaa222222222eaaea222aea2laaa2222aaaaaa22a2eaaaaaaaa
'In! Pensacola yesterday having come A lover, of good; living writes from felt hat such as are used by negroes' :
t"wn '
from Montgomery preparatory from the country. This hat
Chicago: was tried i .. :
'I Mr" opening on office in Pensacola. "The favorite salads in my family," on Bojkins the ,negro under arrest,- ___ ___ _,__ _u ____ __ --------- --- ---- ---------r-- ,---- -
Frederic is an architect and he says "are prepared with Grape and 'seemed to fit him. When II I-:
iraughtsman of recognized ability Nuts, according to your' receiptes. We oi:'. however. he had on a hat arrest-j t i, h men on the force. He was "a :' ; Beautifuland for Men Women-
and the" fact member of S. B.. A. No. 1._ and that ,
that he Is to locate We
per"ently regard them as unapproachable. could have procured another easily I
in tFtnsacola will be pleas- are also fond of Grape-Nuts with enough as he had ample opportunity!}t organization will conduct the funeral, SHOES
!ng information to all. cream as a breakfast food and use it between the time of the shooting and I! the announced.hour of which has not yet been 0 0 :4 as natural as and ChildrenWe
Uuu Seelbach and brother the daily."I his arrest to do, so. % I life is what they
"misville hotel me"a, were in Pensa- was a great sufferer for years." Sorrow at His Home. of
our
VITAL STATISTICS. say in Shoe
forward
efforts DepartmentYou
best our
cia vestera'ay. he continues "from stomach trouble. 0 arc putting
the
They are I
pro-
f'letors of which gave rise to painful headaches. The 8cen 9 at the home of the dead 0
'*!:U!vile! but the what big Seelbachhotel their buslnes3 1 in anrf I
"11 in Pensacola could not be and bedridden with ulceration of known to his wife and little daughter!I the Past Week. 0 Photographsafter we are Selling at Old Prices on about 60 percent
:'.'nied It the stomach and bowels. I suffered was pathetic. He resided on West ,The following is a recortf of births '
:."it presence Is in to this be regretted that not! untold agonies while the doctors were Government street.. about three t and deaths as filed in the office of of our ,Shoes. :v :; :v X

j 1I.lo! ,n early enough so city that was they I trying to cure my ailment with medi houses west' of DeVillier street and, the. city clerk- the lest week: 0 u seeing, them. That's Something to Brag About!
when be bid his wife little Births. 0 _
"M: hare been shown the desirabil- cines. and. daughter -! You'll say JJO,
I 'II of establishing a large hotel here. "1 could retain ,nothing on my stomach good-bye )"estero1'a) afternoon as I "'bite-To E. P. Roch and wife a ; .On the other 40 per cent our advance is very
but an occasional: sip of cold he went on duty they little dreamed!,boy'; to, Richard! A. Morris and wife.j fr
I lf on are not perfectly pleased water or a teaspoonful of olive oil, : that it was the last time they would:!j a boy; to Toney Gomez and wife alI | fciffl I slight. 2C In every case we have maine''i'i,

jl ,.w:;* Blue Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla and at last even these could not betept see him to the alive.family The sad by newes Thomas was carried -i I I boy; to C. M. Pirrong and wife ai Kodak !tamed Our Fixed Standard of Quality a .verj
"' down. The doctors then gave! Burn- boy.
. goes 'wce money: back.far Absolutely pure. me up-said there was no hope for),I ham, a brother of the dead officer. At;;, CoTo'red-To George Harten and/ important point 2Z ...&. ...C *v
kI a Fla\or"as is and the "Blue Rib ,mt" i! first Mrs. Burnham was so shocked wife> a boy; to Chas. May and wife Developing and Make an honest comparison between our prices
perfection. ':In th!s strait my good angel in-; that she could hardly speak She'''a girl; to Annie Adams a boy; tof
finishing done in a and the prices of others. That's all we ask.
***highest ducr.i' me to try Grape-Nuts food. and could not realize that the husband;i Louis Montgomery and wife girl
grade Tea on the market Is It may sound ludicrous to say of the! who left her only four hours previous I!; twins: to Vincent Robinson and wife hurry and cheaper As long as the present stock lasts there will be

O-YA-MA initial experiment that the sensation] was now a corpse. IVr grief and i a boy w than at any other ADVANCE IN, PRICES. X X
TEAPure. was simply "heavenly" but nothing! that of the little girl was heartrend-l I Deaths. NO
mUder! than that will express it. !I Ing. Nothing that could be said orjo'one I! \\llile-.John Dunn chronic tuber- place in the city. -
Just as Imported; "My recovery was rapid and In avery could pacify th?m. There, 'Was!|i cuJosis.I Mail orders given
few days I was up and about,: another p'tiful! scene when the remains -I I Colored-Quintus Holmes. 83 -years, prompt attention. BAZAARl15l16
Special Meeting. and in a few weeks was a' 'perfectly! of the dead husband and father;:: senility; Ix>rena Dorsey. 50 years la If our pcturesn't The
A special! meeting of the Clerks well J) man again. And it was all the were taken to the lttle home later In grippe;. In ant of Louis Montgomery I suit youcan't ,
1' you.
nev-oieni Association Mill be. held work of the Grape-Nuts food; for. as the night. j stillborn, ,
londay
night at 8, O'cJock at conduc- I have said the doctors bad cease to Was a Popular Officer. ,I be suited.
'or'5! and building. Business of imsor'asee case hvpeless. most popular officers of the depart i Hazelton, Pa.. Mar 17.-F. N. Everett '- of our prices.
pu attendancj requested. "Since, then Gnp tlts. has been, ment. He was sober, steady and in-f I,I r cashier of the First National o5 ,_ __ t.
B. R. W1LKOB3KI Sec.t antI always shall be a staple articleof dl "trjous. and always had a good i:Bank: : of Freeland. was arrested here KauffmannROMANA
-_ food with us." Name liven by word for eterjone. He was about!I to-night on the charge of embezzling
>ONT FORGET REGULAR SUN. Postum Co., Battle Cree Mich. thirty-two years of age, bad been ai!: $ c.ooo from! the institution. Win. f
DAY EXCURSION TODAY. STEAM- There's a reason. :Bead ,the .little'boolr member of the police department 'for}jBeckIey/a i lawyer of Bloomsburg.I AND PALAFOX TO THE J Jjfr JOURNAL '\
rt J MONARCH LEAVES PALAFOX -"'Th& Roatfto1 Wellville," in about two years and wa? considered I;I wag arrested tbout the same time on Pensacola, Fla.
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. PAGE FOUR" TH -: PENSACOLA JOURNAL: : .,.s.u NP AY MORNING, MARCH' 18, iso S .

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Judge.Parker Again .. I : *fcfc { HHN- i 4* f'- Hffl .Rj" mH HH Whtf you fet for your money ij '

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i1Jbe UiilaTi' t in Bad Taste. important than what you
M ByCHA5. : : p&y. ,

Jurtge Alton B. Parker, late democratic I OU a CRIMINAL CLASSES -i
t
candidate for the presidency j H. LANEY"Judge The NEW CITY I I

seems to have learned nothing by ex- Pensacola'sMunicipal GROCERY
DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. --- : of COMPANYis
perience,,and instead of taking his defeat _

ir ij PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY gracefully continues to go out of STATISTICS FROM MONTGOMERY, MOBILE- BIRMINGHAM' I. 1 Court lit the East Hill resi!-

t his way in wanton and altogether un- I UACKSONV1LLB AND PENSACOLA.: dents' convenience for

.>. ...BY... hifeh-grade eatables at
called-for attacks upon the personal ---._ \! w. -i-!-------.---.. ....n...........<'.<.4.'l................_...*'....,_*_ra" ",_-*'0..0* il *3HIHKH H prics in line with

;HI THE JOURNAL COMPANY. -N honor of his successful opponent President 10-0 I down-town stores. la

Roosevelt Judge Parker was arrests fact
One 4s courtof different source? over_
theory of reform to work the two sections of the criminal
fj recently in Birmingham 'and in an interview from not from consequently has credited to The criminal records of I
4I I t .the top down and the Birmingham and
l.... FRANK L. MAYES, President and .General. Manager. ; published in the Birmingham bottom up. Perhaps the better -way'',. a population of something over 100- Pensacola by a non-resident We Sell Cheaperthan

Ledger he is reported as saying: Is to persue the plan of the civil engineer -!' 000 people to draw from. Pensacola, lion, which under conditions poPUla-1 other
J through the had 5.589 arrests properly belong to us. stores in
who tunneling during the 1905
ETT year '
I am convinced! as far as I am class.!
; MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED personally mountain Work from both ends'and and collected fines $16,040.75. exceed- In 1895 Montgomery had 66, cased! our Everythingwe

? concerned that Mr. Roosevelt meets In the middlE:. I ing both in number of arrests and of concealed weapons, Jacksonville 54 handle is guaranteed -
': t will) ask for the nomination of th;* re- No ArchimecHan' Jever Is strong the raised from fines while Pensacola only had 37. While to be pure, fresh

Q SUBSCRIPTION RATES.. pubMcan! party for a third term. While enough- to Jilt;society as long as it re1nims revenue Montgomery had 1,906 cases of drunk I and of the best quality,
this would probably be disputed if H profane and obscene language. and
: One Year.S 00 Ono Month....... ........ 45 was reported in Washngton.: or In top-heavy with certain immor-j of the 'peace of every i Adulterated Foods

1}I Six Mouths............... 2 50 One Week................. H) other portions of the east in alltlej which topple it over whenever! disturbances Pensacola: had 1.389 cans of
Three .. ...... m.own its center of gravity is disturbed. The kind. Means Bad
Months ... 1 25 Weekly Edition OC( : Health
year.$1
per mind. I satisfied that
11 am at present, of
; easiest way to destroy' any vice is toj drunk alone and 2,600 cas" profane -,
-- -- this is the intention of the 7- : ,For the -
-- -- president.In Jepopularize it. Make any eo-called i i1y' language. same year therefore you should
},1! The Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed spite of the! fact that when hs! nom- little offence In a community respectable f.5 'iJacksonville: had 1,076 drunks. Of: guard against this /

ination in 1904 was an assured fact, and all the bad people in that : 'profane and! / obscene language Jacksonville very important
!t Circulation, Statement Can Jte Secured. he made tho statement that under no community will indulge to an excess "had only 269 cases, while I tion and plae3 ques-

t --- -- condition would he again be a candi In that p rtlc"ular'thing. : 'it -' Pensacola had 1,234. I( these recordsare I orders with your
us. as
,,1.1: date I believe that Roosevelt has in- There are certain privileges Indulged -- : a criterion,. then Pensacola is toe motto is "Purity our"

;i Offices, 108 and 110 East I, Papers on Saleon. Trains tended all along to again ask for, the in by well regulated people, which : worst talking city in the country. 1 t i
Government. nomination.This become abusive in the hands of will not stop here to comment on this >>
Phone 38.
and at all News Stands. : Fresh Meat
will this subject fora Our Departmentis
is equivalent saying that others. When hocp-skirts were first fact, but reserve i

:m President Roosevelt introduced into the (Bmdwich Islands : future article. I !

m FE SACOLIA., FLORIDA SUNDAY MORNING. MARCH 18, 1906 deliberately and they were immensely 'POpular at There are forty-one licensed placesfor praised by everyone
purposely mis-stated his 'real Intentions court, and royal ladies for a time selling liquor in Pen-sacola, besides 'Who visits it for its

on the matter of a renomination hatf: monopoly on the fashion. But some other places where it is I cleanliness. We carrya

I The Most Remarkable Palafox Street Car tracks and that Judge '''Parker personallydoes soon, the natives began the purchaseof sold without a license. There Is one I full line of all kindsof
of I fresh meats fish
hoop skirts: from an enterprising saloon to every six hundred our
not believe
j t Trust in Existence Should Be Changed. the president's per- American agent, but not being adapt. population Including men, women and oysters and vegetables.

f sonal word can be depended upon. ed to their style of dress, they put children. It' is certainly convenientto I

i With the single exception of the Several weeks ago The Journal called Without going Into the question of bamboo bottoms to ,the skirts and drink in Penoacola if people feel

1111 ) Standard Oil Company there Is no President Roosevelt's personal integrity -hung them irp in the trees and baited -1 so inclined, and this may account. to For Quick Service
attention to the desirability of moving them with dates and coaconuts to some extent, for the large number of
: 1 trust whkh co; completely controls its -which, however we belisve is and Satisfactiontell
the street car tracks from the trap wild monkeys, What is an Inno-- drunks to her discredit on the police
}Lf: field of operation as the theatrical regarded quite highly that of
as as jij
cent luxury to one may be a dangerous records of the city. 'XJentrar to give
L1 : trust-the KJaw & Erlanger syndicate center to the sides of that portion of the gold-telegram candidate-It must snare to another The pertinency Convenience has much to do with the you
1\10 220OPRA
1u -and everj'thing: considered this Palafox street between Garden and be admitted on all side that Judge of this illustration may become whiskey habit. Ellas Simmons was

theatrical octupus is the most remarkable Wright streets so that the place now Parker Is showing anything but good more apparent as ,this series: of articles a moonshiner atta': lived up in the .:: c .:. .:. .:. = = ::'1
I
Si"
develops. CHAS. H. LANEY. Choctowhatchie countIl"Uncle
:1K t organization of the kind in exist- taste in 'gOing about the questioning .
occupied by the car lines can be pre country Pensacola Is not: a city of large. as he was called set up a still in the -- -- -- -

ence today. served for a,park as It was originally the word and motives of a crimes, but of .manlittle offenses smoke-house in one'corner of hl ..yard
Lastweek Sarah Bernhardt who intended to be. chief executive whose election gave From police ,records it appears that I either of the other three cities of atout twentt feet from his dwelling HOUSEONE

:will not knuckle to the trust*, played In to Judge Parker the distinction of being Pensacola has a 'larger number of arrests Jacksonville MontgomerY' or Mobile house. Now the spring from which
Jacksonville _We now understand that the boardof each year than .either Jack."On"l and doing over half as much in this the family got drinking water 'Was at
and Tampa. In former
the public works is favorable to this the worst defeated< candidate in yUle Montgomery or Mobile. During! line as Birmingham and suburbs, the foot of the hill about a hundred

place she appeared in the skating -!proposition and we believe that the the history of his party, the year 1905 there were in Ja.cksonIvilJe with 100.000 population., (But of this yards a way.. When SI was thirstyit WEEK !

rink and in the latter at the casino : !HIs "dignity" was exploited as one 3,721 arrests of all description 5.589 arrests In Pensacola there were -waj go much more convenient to go CommencingMonday

lft! an adjunct of the Tampa Bay members/ of the city council will' also of the chief assets of Judge'Parker's from which the city. received a revenue -II 158 foreigners, or -residents of other to the smoke 'house for a drink thanto
approve, it The matter must. however of 513,065. Montgomery for the countries than the United States; 128 the spring, that he stopped drink-
hotel
; In neither
g place could either March 19.
be settled before street paving political stock in trade but even.that same period had 4,457with a revenue soldiers and marines from the Naval ing water entirely He boasted that ,

+41 this* world's greatest prima donna, or begins and for that The seems to have been padded in the in- of, 1396450., During the )'.earl Reserve. During the months of he "hadn't 'drunk no water in nine- 'RETURN OF THE FAVORITE
l the people who wanted to see and reason Jour- voice. 1505 Birmingham Is credited with, March and April' when the fleet was teen years."

hear her. secure the regular opara nal ,again calls the attention of the 9.795'arrests ana! the revenUe from: here there' were 1411 arrests nearlyas Man's original drink ,was branch THE BIG CITY SHOWHARRISPARKINSON -

I II house for her council to it. these arrests was ,$31,676.76. It may: many as for the five month's' pro water There are now more distIlleries
appearance.The
The street car company would in Says There is "White Slavery"on be well to state that the city court of!I ceeding. So presumably 60 per cent in the country than CO.
same holdS true in nearly Birmingham-the police court-has of this number must have been from and certainly more beer

every place which she will visit. It all probability object to bearing the Florida East Coast.The jurisdiction of misdemeanors tbroughi i the fleet or 'people) brought here by there was before "} branChes'l Includ'ng the pleasing actor

would hoI" true .in Pensaoola and yet expense necessary in such a move, out iJefferson county, concurrent 'with! itjs presence. Thus we have from famous." ROBT. H. HARRIS

:N1 neither in Pensacola nor in any of and The Journal does not believe that old story .about going away' and20EXCELLENT
the should be from home to learn the news seams
company compelled I
these other places does the theatrical bear It.," But the matter Is to to be illustrated in the columns of ... :+:+ ..(........:+... !t. .:!t.f ..:-+-:+:+:.. with all received in excess of $100 per PLAYER
trust own a dollar's Interest in the of such year.-Madlson New Enterprise.
Importance to the the Hagerstown, Inxl., Globe a copy ,C A Car Load of Scenery
"
opera houses themselves. And that city that the cit of Pensacola i iI .
_f is where the remarkable feature of itself could very well afford to pay'Jof which has just been received! 'by Said The Contention 1J\Jit. Open'n, hill "Hearts of The BIu

The Journal and which Pensacola now sets up the claim JUdge." .
the contains the
for movinfc? of the
this remarkable trust cornea in. car tracks in "" that she older town than St. Au-
following in an Vaudeville-Great Paelps- this dispatch date-lined from I and Pensacolians
cue ,' .
-1 Who would have supposed that two ..! I gustine. The contention may toe just. bine Trio LeCompt & Leffler Fajnt
New York theatrical who If the:tracks are not to be moved Boston; -1| 1 1, ,.. L' but it will be about as difficult to establish & Tyson American Bioscope.
managers,
owned no Interest the play houses and the place is not to be preservedas TELLS OF WHJTE SHIVERY (;+--t(, '-: .K +: +-> :-+<+. .;...:....-..:+:...'+...; it as to convince the general Matinee Saturday.

$ scattered about the a pa""ik. then the- street paving Man Claims 4,000 Men Are _K<=*pt ':it public that Bacon wrote Shakespeare Seats on sale Saturday.

country could should .be done in Work Against Their Will. in Part crats to nominate for President. Unfortunately ,Lakeland. -News.. .. Prices-10, 20. 30 cents
; i4 ever have brought the majority of the center of the An Amende -I ,* Ladles free Monday nigit under F

them under a control so complete that street where the tracks now lie and Boston. Mar. 10,-A fugitive from After quoting1 our article in l Defense I although Mr. Beard didn't say this, : The Journal Prospering.! usual conditions..
ki3 each side which Is now used for travel what he calls white slavery to which of the assertion' that Penaacola rank 'We have hopes that be will I The excellent]] Psnsacola Journal has
the In due
greatest actress in all the world should be he says men have been drown under ed ahead of 'Augustine In point of season. The exchange editorof let the contract for a handsome modern ---- -
I:' could not hire one of those play housesto : either converted into a parkor false pretenses John B. 'Harles, of age. Editor, Mayea, of the Pensacola the Metropolis had lifted that part, building of its own which when .

appear in ,without first making sold .for business purposes. Philadelphia landed here on the Journal says,! of -Mr. Beard's letter to the Atlanta finished will be one of the model LealldverhsementsThrough E

terms with the two theatrical Under the present arrangement the .schooner Theoline from Jacksonville "We know how Augustine must Constitution urging a southern man, newspaper buildings of the South

I?; K KIs managers center portion of the street occupiedby Fla., with a tale of 4,000 men subjected feel at the thought of having to sur. for the president, recently reproducer: in Frank Mayes is evidently prospering
referred to* to render title the oldest American Democrat with our comments, and: thoroughly deserves it-Live
the street hardships and indignities as : and he
Who would have thought that the car line.!is just that much Harles 'says he went to work last settlement but,we don't ,think even inadvertently lifted the comments I Oak Democrat.C Holy land !

individual owners of an opera house waste space' and it will continue to year on a railroad which is being con- that is sufficient for Lewis Zim's reference also the latter suggesting Mr. Tillman i. S .

-the Pensacola be until the prevailing plan is changed structed in /(/F'Joricm.. but received'only to us ante-deluvian and we as the right man for the. Job. 'Well.there's .! Southerner for President.

opera house for ei- to one or the other of the plans $7.50 a week instead of $-I a.. day hereby deny the impeachment," no harm done. Neither Mr. John S. 'Beard lawyer and politician A Lecture 1
.mple-would Beard
ever have surrendered suggested by The Journal.Of which he was promised. He charges Now, if; by Implication,:our refer mistake nor to the Metropolis would makea I of Pensacola, says he wants the

? the right of individual lbertyand : that 4,000 men are kept at Work ence to Brother Mayes'a age in connection endorse the bouth Carolina -democratls to nominate a southernman ...by...

contract to such an extent that they against their will on the railroad ;by with .{he.-birth\' of Pensacola, senator for resident and we are I for the next presidential candi--
almost tempted to that both will
would allow two what effect U an anti-smoking the presence of armed guards. He alleges should be constructed as playcardlng say : dat.;. The southern states seem to be }
eastern theatrical do E.
yet in Chas. Harkoff
so. Strange things happeu Rev
ordinance when !passengers may hold that the men are under-fed and the brilliant quill-driver an ante-delu-- I the only states always sure democrat. .
j agents to'dictate who, they should a-smoking cigar or pipe between otherwise Ill-treated. Harjes says he vian in anything but his pretentiousness politics. Who would have dreamed a ic, ana!! a southern man, if beaten'
their
month ago that Ben TIllman would On His Travels Through the Holy Ual:
? .nd who they should not rent their fingers while had much difficulty in escaping, and to Pensacola'3 antiquity we herewith could not be any more completelyvanquished !: FII
: seated In the street certain and, wish it distinctly now be Roosevelt's chief lieutenantIn than Parker was in the
4j property to? charges Florida officials :with now forever SUPERBLY ILLUSTRATED.
cars? In New Orleans. where an anti- } that in unison the senate leading the fight for the II of
If Sarah aMing the railroad contractors to keep % understood ,we last election. There are plenty
Bernhardt could be Induc3d railroad rate bill? And is.
he
smoking ordinance is enforced, the the workmen in that state.! with 'The Journal readers, know the .yet men in the south who would make Joseph's Church
to come to Pensacola. neither she not be assigned to Live Oak Democrat. if elected. Is it not
owner of the pipe or cigar is com This man'must eitherte 'a liar of i appellation Ideal presidents
I !')or the citizens of the community pelted by the conductor to him in any other sense: -for if thereIs about time that the southern democracy Tuesday, March 21, 7:45: p. m.
the
either the Mtinchausen order or :an escaped Pensacola Liveliest.
: uJd hire the house a modern disciple among. Floridasgifted I recsi. e some of the honors for
opera for her
throw It. away or put it: into his convict from the convict camps, craft of'editors. that specimen Pensacola insists on being the older I the faithful and loyal support given For Benefit St. Joseph's Church
t ,w1i use or their convenience. It Is than St. Augustine. But as the first
pocket He should be compelled to though no convict labor is being employed is The IPensacola Journal's effulgent to the northern democrats?-{Jacksonville
Aot epough that the owners might' settlement of the former was madeon
do the same thing here. in railroad building. President and General Manager.But I Metropolis., Admission 25c.
Santa Rosa island she can't ,
get
,
want to let her have the house thatn while we are pleased to make CCC
However, as our ,esteemed. contemporary the money. 'Both cities are old will
Hall!
amend in this respect, we can I Add a St. Lloyd Company
) opera house is a quasi public institution any enough to than to be Helped ::
the Times-Union, seems to be because Richard L. know'better and TaUaferro
concede that SenatorsMallory
not
S 7 and that the citizens themselves The Anti'Spttting Ordinanceas Quarreling about trifles, and 'what the I I handle illustrations
the guardian spokesman of the East Campbell quoted by The Uournal as: voted aye on the proposition to strikeout

are the ones who make theexistence Applied in Street 'Cars. Coast interests .generally]] we refer .giving the history of an attempt by people liveliest'Want town.to know We is, which not looking Is the Arizona and New Mexico Alone
are ,
: of the house 'Don Tristan de Luna to found a set state. The (House 'bill to make a
opera possIble I new
the matter to it for refutation .
and settlement for old places In F1ori' & We want
A tlement near the present site of Pen- state from Oklahoma and Indian Marine Co
and profitable. Madame Bernhardt lady sends The Journal the following new' ones and full of life. Come to new Grocery
eacola that that should constitute the thus amended then
Territory. as
I would not consent to communication which Is
give Klaw & self. Gainesville.-Gainesville Sun.
birthday our western sister. By passed-thus adding one star to the I 604, 606,. 608, 610 S. Palafox St.
Erlanger a share'of the profits of her explanatory the historian's confession, the Index.
Good Things own flag.-Lake City Phone 725.
u k tour and the houses under their control :At the meeting the city fathers attempt to establish a settlement fail- Journalistic Enterprise. I, a

be'i; are therefore closed to her. as recorded in Thursday morning's, Within Easy Reach. ed-there was a funeral in the neigh In Pensacola last !Saturday the two- "J$ M .j; '$ ftHi V. J. VIDAL, Manager.THE .

:We Journal, the city board of borhood of Santa Rosa Island in 1562. year-old Child] of Wm. H. Caro was I
referred health
3 .. to this trust as remark. the council to amend requested The want ads keep "something do- ana) all that' waS real of the thoughtof killed! by a street car. The Pensa- i VOX POPULIEAST i H'ME OF GOOD THINGS TO tit
able. It the
lg more than that-its power anti-spitting ordinance in the Ing" all around you all the time. a colony at that 'place was buried. cola Journal actually printed a picture k

\ Is almost incredulous. If its moving street You noticed1 neighbor' Jones, the This is the sum and substance of the 'of the car running over the little EAT

\ spirits owned the opera houses wh'ch cars.They other narrative of the historian quoted by child.-Miami- News, I i: H"' if Just Received:.
suggest that two cuspidors be day, driving fine-looking horse C S
history
It controls, there would be nothing placed In each car to remedy the evil. -and you wondered possibly wherehe The Journal.falls to'giVe We the are real sorry date that when Those New Railroads. GREGORY STREETIN Halibut hunks, Halibut Quick Lunch! M

strange about It. but they do not own Personally I think the remedy had '' Pensacola is 50 !kittof fancy Mackerel. SI.25 per
pro- managed to "make a raise.: Pensacola 'Was born, but when she did about to get two more BAD CONDITION 01l
I them. Neither do they othe shows posed quite as objectionable as the It didn't occur to 'You, possibly that really first see the light of day ag 1 railroals the Pensacola & Andalusia kit. kit l
which evil Its lf. One is under foot; the her old connecting that city with the Centralof 50 kite Salmon. 11.25 per
in them 'had permanent settlement dear
appear and therein other neighbor Jones exchanged the Editor Pensacola'Journal: SO kite halibut :ins. $US per kit.
lies another marvelous feature of the elevated and more prominentfor old piano for the new horse at a total sister, Saint 'Augustine. had settled Georgia up in Alabama and the Dear Sir:-I would like through the 69 kits of Cod Tongues and Sounds, al
ruination of ladies dresses, In Pensacola & Northwestern which is .
hadTeared substantial ,
cash outlay of "little loose change"for down to business- : .
t their power for they bave the show passing ia and out of the cars. Besides a want advertisement a edifices and was 'prepared to defend designed ultimately to connect that columns of The Journal' call the attention 11.%& pei klLBloaters.

as well as the houses under perfect how are the cuspidors to be You noticed the Methodist preacher them against an JnvaaSng. !: foe city with Memphis Tenn. Work is of the city offic'als, and moat Milker and Roes Herring.

t control. kept in place wag riding a new-looking bicycle and with ,a magniflcient fort. My but in progress on both road= -Live. Oak unsanitary especially the condition Board of of Health East: Gregory to the Codfish Pickled Salmon, Dill Picklei.German a'i

1 1If Every theatrical organization which The, anti,spitting ordinance should,.you wondered it he"haa' been given a young folks are, hard to make :understand Democrat. street, most especially the portion Hauer Krout. tt.00Manewil i!
CCC Feet in kits
be made emphatic. In the first pace! raise of salary As a matter of fact .- St. Augustine 3leteor.S Pigs
ones to this part of the isOntrolle'd for health 'common I he owned of ,* Plenty of Life Yet : east of Alcanlz street. If there ever and Lange'a Fruit Cal"-
and decency In two sets Shakespeareand -
; were any gutters to carry off the Fruit Cake, 2 'o
by the Klaw & Erlanger the second I The New Train Service. iPensac61a real changing National Biscuit Cog
place, In the short ride he traded one of them for the estate is water from the street they have long
yndlcate although the latter does taken on the cars spitting is unnecessary wheel, with the aid of a threelinewant' Beginning last Sunday the scheduleof ownership every day and new build- sincebeen obliterated and per pound. celebrated blends ot
consequently We handle the
not own dollars I. This filthy habit advertisement. what is known as thj accommodation Ings are being constructed. Marks of I
a worth in one out is not everji..tlme it rains 'the water Coffee routed by the Gulf City Coffee
1M tolerated in other .You noticed the other morning train changed so that : His 'enterprise and progress and evVa'ence,
.f ten of them. These shows must cities way must it was now and filth from tfce-streetwashes over I Co..II. P. Chipman'Manager
be that the .store hailchanged and that there is life in the'old town yet.
I here ,Make the penalty great corner drug possible to go to Pensacola Standard 25cIbTTHlniond
appear in the houses which the sjndlcate I: the sidewalks and Intothren.tardof Onaca. 35c lb; Gold
enough and It will cease to be a necessity. hands-that new fixtures ; return In the same day. instead of the Jacksonville. Metropolis. the residents Blend 25c Ib; 0<)lden .E.
dictates must charge the price: were being put in, a new sign over ;trip requiring as formerly two nights C C and
Rio Ib.
Warm weather the 20c
I ,
of admission which the syndicate stipulates .' The Journal I the door, new faces behind the coun- and a day. This is in line with the Seconds Beard's Motion. mosquito ud as goolas
quite agrees with its will soon be here ,and if the gutters Strictly fresh roasted
ters; and it may not have occurred suggestion made by The Breaze 'overa Hon. John S. Beard, of Pensacola, !
and must : i city.
pay over a portion of aforesaid not cleaned Coffee! sold in this
lady reader Spitting should be -. C are out and the any a
prohibited to YOU that a six-line Business OpportunIty -, year ago antf; which it has been urging -in a letter to the Atlanta Constitution I and will deliver
we
their profits to the syndicate's treas-! I! stagnant pools properly drained sickness ., Send us your orders a
in the
street cars and it would advertisement had brought a off and on ever since. We do not suggests that the next democratic

i' ,ury. A show> that refuses to do this&nnot 1.be without any additional legslation,( new business man .to your neighborhood say that The Breeze brought it about candidate for the presliancy be named is bound to result, Other street tare I I promptly. ._.
looked after by the city and cleaned -
4 get a house to show in, and a i if,the street car management had lifer but:we do say! that'it is the only paper from the south. We second the motion. -- a
house that refuses to i You noticed a gang of men at workd1CCIllC ia this section that urged the change. .-Lake City Index. up after storms aid I don't see S
comply nUth. its \\Q1SQ1" it ID 2&2&e and, f-DJD7't'e I 1I'br Qlr ..ettGf' << beta
.. : 4. l lll .. Cl. (QtC,, ODAD :
.. {, \ \ t-nDo It"} a;\\pwper street car r fuI8.oas on (te the tot next rfoor; ,sa<( yaaern < < S (:tunt.<:q", "' 4 4I '{'rIaC ?lellflllg'0 (J' .dit4f( ta(>

>:1JP7' )2. J')7 )2' >z. hD1 J'4 4'/e rqq .'<< \\ <... at& 'snte. "veer gi(I({' < cP3&: '" h(( 'r4 't"''' ''' ite-4 <
I It b niaartl Jt>r the city to enforcean recently: bought ft. .nd were' to buIld A. flu% Twrr buildIng fa to be erect- that alt eonty ..wmm\i'i\oD' Now I. (be time 4c t qat (boss I you C

I sic.it there Is a trust under the sun that I a nice home on it But nobody told e4 for the bright Pensacola JournaL who, during their term of office' have. neglected gutters and. drain way of
ant-spittlng) ordinance so far as it >ou. perhaps, that .a, real estat ad- The Journal,deserves this new borne received more than .4"Q per,year for the city and sot "wait until warm PINE .
controls! its field of operation to a 1 applies to street bad 'to learn of weather comes and fills the air full OAK AND
cars unless It can costing but one dollar effected and it is a pleasure for us per ,diem, mileage Inspecting roads
greater extent than this its existence have the cooperation of the street the sale and operated to give you a this evidence of prosperity.-Apa-! and bridges ,or other prerequisites. of poisonous odors from the foul re

1 'haj not yet been recognized. car new neighbor. lachicola Times. must refund to the counties all received fuse. cheaper than you can tuy
company. But the Pensacola All around yon all the time in C *' C in excess of that amount Mr. Editor, 1 hop the mayor or the I It anywhere Any slu! yOU

f street car company seems to object a hunoYed ways, the little classified: What Beard Didn't Say. In cambia county .the governor has' proper official will take notice and do want.

The Pensacola Journal has develop. to:doing anything in this respect thatit ads. are causing things to 'happen. i. A big headline in the Jacksonville ordered the present board to refund, something toward cleaning up our I

'.e4 that hump and it is bigger than is not forced to do, 'and this seemsto They are keeping 1Oqr': 'neighbor Metropolis ot yesterday is to the effect -.and also the members of the preceding -' street and receive the .gratitude of its I: C. SEWELL

any camel's. The Sunday issue was 'be a case which is hood lively by promoting little trades that Hon. John- S.Beard. of Pen board. Now It tit up to the com many residents' "I-, .? I ,.
decidedly to
Q.) up among the people. '//What.are they doIng sacola says that Ben TUlman is:the jnissioners of the various counties to :'A; RESIDENT..
pll to the good.-Ocala Banper.iC 'the 'C mpabr, for your ,most, 'availableman for. the Demo-;,"cash up accounts" and come across' Pensacola Mar IT. j Phone 614. ,




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THE' PENSACOLA, JOURNAL' ,- SUNDAY, MORAN !""N G, MARCH' '18, '1p08
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ore t1 t1th | FIGHT" FOR CONTROLOF f


The Reason Why 1 ; I

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l THE MUTUAL. LIFE

Thousands of people take '
Hostett er'e
Stomach Bitters
$1f In preference to any other stomach remedy is- r FORBES 1
itii STOIiACH because they f>und It the only one that could cure -

them. When the appetite Is poor, complexion sal
g, low or the tongue coated you, too ought to com Strong Organization of Policy.

Ei mence takingHOSTETTER'S Holders Formed to Oust Present REPUBLICANSMET I L "The Quality Store" I


,

STOMACH BITTERSat Management fRIDAY

once. Nature Is calling .for.; assistance and the
9 longer you de ay the sicker you're going to be. For SECRETARY FISH OF POLICY-

i any aUment r the 'stomach "w or Kidneys SALE BEGINSPROMPTLY I
I find It the best. It cures and prevents jou'll HOLDER'S ASSOCIATION TALKS:: SUE BEGINS

j Sour Stomach Heartburn. Costive n e as, Jndiaes- .J OF EXISTING CONDITIONS( ) ANDA NIGHT.Coun EMBROIDERIES I
tlon, Cramp. Female Disorders i Colds or Grippe PROMPTLY
In order to guud against counterfeits REMEDY THEREFOR-ARM. '

II I unbroken.HOTEL to see that. our Private Stamp ,on.,neclt we of. urge bottle you is STRONG COMMITTEE PROPOSITION AT '::30 IT 8:30:


I II 1 _.-- WOULD KILL PLANS. Executive Committee Endorsed .

= Special to The Journal. Rix M. Robinson f for
: : = = .Washington. :
: : : : D C. Alar. 17.Will

I I =-J: the Insurance policyholders' Company of succeed the Mutual In their Life Postmaster C Sensational Sale, Monday March 19th

1 efforts to wrest the control of the ,

1s company from those who nearly I The Republican County: Executive
at s SITE. wrecked It? This is the question Committee of Escambia, county helda
which thousands
of these policyholders meeting Friday n'ght at the officeof
II I are now anxiously asking of Sec- C. H. Alston, at which! Rix M. Rob-
P letary Russell W. Fish, of the Mutal
inson was endorsed for appointment
\ j: Life Pollcyholder's Association, which as postmaster at Pensacola. Fifty pieces Imperial "* Corset Cover and Skirt Flounces in
has its
I ,
In this I
headquarters
:: city II I
the
6 H is said that meeting was i

1t I IIn I II I j!! The (best situation in the city for a I trenched The financial present in the management resources control of of the firmly the enormous com in: black largely' republicans attended by and both that white every pre-and widths from 14 to J8 inches ; actual value from 39c to

net in the county was .
c represented.Mr.
I f tourist hotel 130 feet fronting south pany, is determines! to perpetuate itself Robinson received the unan mous 50c the yard at '
t possible.. It has the great advantage ,,
vote of those assembled and thankedthe
: by 173 feet deep on East Government of having access to all the
committee in a short speech for
) I 1 books and thus can reach'every policyholder -
the endorsement It has been
stated
II. i street overlooking Seville square by mal! or in person throughits 250 ttto
I( agents, and, by the irony of fate by some of the republicans that no and
and Adams street with open view of .Is using the pollcyholder's monay to fight will ,be made against Mr. Robin
--I.. pay the, agents for obtaining proxies son as no other party has the endorse-
... Pensacola bay, 10,000.. ( will buy the for the coming election to keep the ment of the committee POSITIVELY THE GREATEST VALUE-GIVING EMBROIDERY EVENT EVER SCHEDU'LE'D' TO

I property. present management in control. Me- 'The. republican'state central 'com.l TAKE PLACE IN WEST FLORIDA. MISS IT' AND REGRETS ARE SURE TO FOLLOW, FOR 'ANOTHER -
tte will: In Jacksonville
has meet early
Curdy with his family gone-travelin-in-pnncely sailed > for Europe next month and C. H. Alston will go SALE OF SUCH MAGNITUDE IS NOT LIKELY. TO .OCCUR AGAIN. SOON. IF EVER

E style but his associates manage th't!before that body and secure its. endorsement -

- company to-day. Consequently the for Mr., Robinson p These extraordinary values now on display in our big South Window.
I :policyholders are anxious" to change .
--
I this condition for and the to benefit secure of an all administration instead .- committee and the First National ..- This. price is positively but for One Day-Monday and for Cash Only.

I It. ofa few Bank, ot: whico n$ Is president, is: ja-
favored parties on the
A. V.
CLUBBS. inside. The Mutual Life Policyhold voted by a large' deposit of Mutual .
Life funds.. He is
!9. er's Association was therefore formed member of the salary published committee as al, frt ,1Madras
t. J. that through its efforts there might
E : : : = be secured a governing body of. by twiiich secretly increased Mr. )IcCurdy'a and Zephyr GinghamsThree
and for the policyholder. Headquarters salary from. HQO.OOO to $150/1
poo.
.
have been opened in Washingtonwith I
Russell W. Fish as secretary and -PracUcally: every prase of mismanagement -! special offerings for Monday; Tuesday and Wednesday.
and dishonesty within the
O. Robert
N. Harper president of the
NEW American National (Bank, one of the company which the New York lesisla1! .- Every yard bright, new Spring designs.
l largest financial Institutions of Wash' live tevestlgatiou,, has partially made<
I -1- ington, treasurer Hon. ;John; De- public was brought specifically and)
pointedly to the attent.on of ]
Witt Warner, of New Tork is the these MADRAS GINGHAMS A. F; C.America's CLASSIC ZEPHYR'S
counsel of the association There are very trustee :as long as three years j i .
25 Pieces Finest
,.0 Since a'shonest 1 1ananagement Chambrf 47 Pieces'Madras
This
ago. that time !
about 600,000 policyholders !In the :Mutual \ '
Wove Ginghams, made 51 Pieces
Sleeping Car Service and as each policyholder, Has cost the policyholders especially for Boys' Waists Special selected patterns'. .TwoZev h 1'r Dress Ginghams, light,
whether insured for $1,000 or $100,000 some .3o,000.000 $1,000,000 per cool and airy, in PIa'Stripes
Blut and Girl School Dresses; ac. Tone Plaids Stripes and Checks
or 11,000,000, is entitled to one rote jnontfc. Because these men were part and Checks, regular 10c values
and parcel of the corrupt managementand tual value 8%c yard the kind JUanriho ask 15C for
In an election for trustees the'coun. Extra Special
6 ec'al'
Extra Special Extra
ulen'aynt! '-- the charges made three ;
is,, years
try being Ecoureo! for proxies Not
BETWEEN only is t *resent. management, It is|\ago: did not add anything to their fii.i-THE YARD-6,i 10-THE YARD-10 8U-THE YAR3-8> .

charged, using: the poUcyholdars'Inoney Knowledge of the actual conditions
they.tpolc. 0,8teps o,correct the evils
to pay agents to secure such I .
proxies, ,but it has refused toaupply; until the public disclosures of last fall .
anyone else a list of the policy hold forced them to make a scapegoat, of I NEW ARRIVALSLawn
raderUad Pensacola and Jacksonville.Leaves ers. The association therefore can Mr. McCurdy.' Then at once Mr. I '
learn of them only through those al Baker H. IL Rogers and< their Standard -: ,
ready interested who pass the word Oil associates put In a* presi-I 1-- ,' Mull and Silk Shirtwaists, Gilt Belts Gilt-Trimmed Turn-Over Collars,.
along. Thla is being done "by state dent! their man Mr. Peabody. ]

associations, and otherwise, and many partner. of Mr. Baker's ,uncle. I,: Fancy Silk Ribbons, All-Over Embroideries, Purses, Hand Bags, Hat .
S
Pensacola,5 "These 'are the men who ,now 'ask
influential in localities
m. various )(
; p. are at their men own expense' advertising<< for proxies for ten''years.' The only 1 Pins, Persian and India Lawns, Linen' Lawns, Figured Batiste.:
real service they could offer the poll-I
in the newspapers in order that the
ld ''POlicyholders may be Informed as to holders would be to resign and I re- ,
Arrives Jacksonville.---------------_ J0:50: a. m.Leaves what Is being done.Prominent I place the millions of misused funds.:* j .
Men at Work. I I Continuing Mr Fish said: "The I I

For Instance In Baltimore, Mr. B. plan} of thy, 'management will be effectually Yours for Quality, I
4 the millionaire broken up if the legislation:
N Baker steamship
Jacksonville________ ____ --:--..--.. p, m. owner, 1 is at the head of a committee' proposed" by the- Armstrong committee ,

charged with obtaining proxies. Mr; is-enacted; which/-1 among other; W. J. & B. FORBES.
'
Baker who carries $560,000 insurance I thing annuls 'all proxies now held

ff Arrives Pensaeola...._____--_________ JJJ5 a.. m. holds a policy for over $100,000In and furthermore' postpones the annual
Mutual with him meeting of all New York Companiesto
the and are associated -
; i such distinguished men as November< 15th,'in this way giving I : _____I_ -
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For particulars see or write Douglas H, Thomas. In Connecticutthe the pollcybolders themselves an opportunity -- -
movement is actively!'p\uadt,6ysuch to elect trustees to- represent
them. 'west to the southwest ,corner of sec the south line of eecttons'31, 32, 33.
State .Senator .
as
strong men tion 7 T. 5, N. R. 31 W thence northto 34 35 and 36 being the line
ch Alfred E. Hammer of New Ba-ren, f.Corbin. "It Is imperative that the policyholders ; township
J. W. LURTON of New :Britain president of everywhere appreciate this TOM mm northwest corner section 31 T. between townships 5 and 6 to the
( the American Hardware CptJ.: H. critical moment in' the history off the 6 N. R. 31, west; theaca along west bank of the Escambia river;
n.rch of Naugatuck presidentof company and'act' promptly and with state line to point'of ,beginning Composed thence nortnward along eaid river to
Whittemore ; of the following rectlons: 2, 3,,,the point of beginning.
Division Freight and Passenger Agent, the Bridgeport Malleable IronWorks united vigor in the common cause for -
LleuL Gov. R. S. Woodruff of the institution and enactment ot 10 any 11, T. 6, N. It. Jl W., late partof 'I I A. M.. MCMILLAN,
PLEADED 22 34 and 35 T. 6, N. Clerk Doar of Co. Commissioners.
. precinct ; ,
auk legislation 'will bring relief to
others. of as
and Many
Fla New Haven
L. & N. Railroad Pensacola, them." 31 W. late part of precinct 20; R'I I
viII them hold policies for $100,090, the tions 4, 5, 6, 7. 8. 9,,T..,fi N. R. 31 ;
,. amount carried being 45. Precinct No. 20.
---- -- ---- smallest
sections 31. 32, and 33. T. 6, N. R. 31
000 W., late of precinct ,9 voting Shall remain as before except as ta
parts ;
A movement which can commendthe Cottrell; GUILTY sections 34 and 35 township 6, N. R t
place to be at Creamers rn.
FOR SALE! support of such men as those A. M. McMILJUAN 30 west, which are now a part of precinct
mentioned must have something behind FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. 23. Described as follows: Com
; Clerk Board of Oo. Commissioners.
0. it worthy of attention. "Had Pensacola, Fla. -- mencing at Mayo and McCurdy'iFerry
Life Insurance Companyof on the Escambia River thence
the Mutual ;
t. York been managed with reasonable li the Criminal Court Yesterday Precinct No. 22. along the line of said river, northeast
40 ft on Wright St. by JS2 ft. deep 506 East Jackson 2 story 8 room New to
before except as
a fine warehouse site cheap at J500Q) and hall house bath, gas, delightful prudence and honesty, it{t Shall remain as T, 6, N. R. erly to the state. line; thence westerly
.iI
H of
2 ,
lc -- sections 3. 10.and
neighborhood! lot 93x150. 13500. would have paid the last twenty year to the Charges,of Forgery and along the elate line to the NW.
80 ft. on East Romana St., 240 ft, hall house on North about $99,000,000 more in 41yl East of Palafox St. a good hotel or 7 room and than it paId' 23. Described as follows; Commencing W; thence south along. the west
TOper conveniences }Its policyholders Chas
Paper.
traslness\ site, for immediate sale; Hayne. withall modem. said Secretary Fish. "The .loyal I I Shoe Comfort Uttering Forged at Mayo and McCurdy's Ferry ern has of said section 3$ to
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large dwt'llhl' 12500. on the Escambia'river in township the township line between
house townships
,
'; on same 12500. agents of the company are putting
and reception hall, ,.
6 room cottage effort, but !practically no I north of range-30 west thence south :Z; and 6; thence eastward along said
:01 ft on the south side of Garden back and front gallery, closets house forth every' white of aald river to point
line
business is be'ng written and i 'Thos. 'Rauscher. the yours; along the a I township line to the SB. corner of
Inch Si by 160 ft. deep on Tarragona; and new and In good condition, large lot, new there can be no relief until confidence : man who. was arrested several weeks where the south line of section 9, section 31. T. 6, N. R. SOW; thence
Manressa streets, the best warehouse can be bought on easy terms $1200. is restored by a new management.The For Men since.upon the charges of forgery and Earns township Ana range strikes the from said SB. corner, south on the
or wholesale business site in the 715 North,Baylen'SL 7 room 2 story same trustees who selected )>Ic- uttering forged papr, was before the Escambia 'river; thence' along tha I I 1'ne'! between sections 5 and 6, 'T. 5.
cat: }, $:0,000. residence, lot 70x125 every modern Curdy and other discredited officers,, crIminal.court yesterday, Jujge: Beggs southern line of section fl, 8 and 7 of I N. R. JO W., to the middle of said

- 40 ft on Spring St.. between Gardenand convenience $5000. driven from office by public opinion, After being on presiding, for trial upon the charges. township 6, north range thirty ((30)) I section line; thence eastward through
,nds, Romana Corner 8th avenue and 12th street, still control the 'policy of the 'company your Rauscher, when called upon to makea west and along the south line of sec the middle of said section 6 to the
streets $4000. 5 room and hal} cottage gas city water and the policyholders mOtley feet all day. what part plea entered one of not guilty. The tion 12, T. 5, N. R-31 W. to the southwest I I western line thereof; thence in southeasterly *

:mss ** ft. on East Romana St. east of large lot. can be bought on easy The board is practically unchanged of your body is it that Jury was then 'sworn, 'and the case corner thereof;; thence nortb and:' direction through sections fo.
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.ties. and adjoining Bass & Co., $4000., terms at $1700 except that the most worthy, trusteesare was about to be proceeded with when along the west tine of auctions band i2.. 10 and 11 of T. 5, N. R. 30 W tt,
resigning." needs the most rest? Rauscher changed his m'nd and wita. 1 to the township line between T. point of beginning.

LOTS ON NORTH BAYLEN STR EET, A SPLENDID INVESTMENT; I "How do you propose to remedy. I I Your feet of course. I drew his plea";of not guilty, enteringone 6; thence east alond the of same section A. if. MCMILLAN.
eke, of affairs!" of The ,court instructedthe line to the northeast corner Clerk Board of Co. Comml !slonerl.MASTER'S ,
state gusty
no 1'0 THIS PROPERTY SHOULJD BRI NG NOW $2500' R.I IMMEDIATESALE. I this A Remedy Proposed. j j 1 I I One-half of the .Jury td return verdict of guilty 6, T. 5. N.. R. 30 west; thence I

.. .. .... .... .... ... .... .. S. .., .' ?? ....$2000.00 I "There are thirty-six! trustees;" replied i fatigue in standing or which was done. scuthward 6 township on !line 5 between north of sections range 30 5, SALE.
a ofJttee I Mr. Fish. "of which thirty-three Rauscher. while proprietor of the and By virtue of a decree rendered by-
'41 ft. on East Garden by 192 fL G room and ball cottage: on East walking," however the west. ,to the middle of said section
se are pf New York City. The. policyholders Klondyke) restaurant forged name the Honorable Francis! B. Carter. Judge
*;? at $H,<00. Gadsden St. between Davis and 6th 'I from several line; thence eastward through Court of Escambiat
: of other states and countriesare comes wrongly of Mrs. Guard-na to said section to the eastern of the Circuit
250 1 lots on the southeast corner 'avenue, a ,nice ,home and feood neighborhood -I entitled to representation on the, constructed Shoes. sory not&*rThr e of proml5-1 line mlddi thereof of thence in a southeasterly -i t County, Florida on the 10th day of 1

ldentoo "ag: : and Baylen Sts.. a splendid cheap at $1800. board. This can be had by revoking placed with the First direction; thtough'jectons! 4. 22 i i January. A. D., 1906, in the case''of J.
haling: : site, 2500. 5 room and hall cottage on Cervan.' the proxies given to Mciirs. MdCurdy Our line of Stetson and one with the Fisher Real Estate of township' 5. north of; O. Uennlngs against J. C Van Pelt.
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tee. between ta, and 9lh avenues, lot and Grannlss. by declining to give : Oxford Ties are made Agency, about J1.400 being secured in 10 and 30 west to P!Dt beginning..1 as Sheriff of Escambia County Florida -
; lots on Cervantes, between Spring 40x137% feet deep, $1500.Two I pew proxies to trustee Baker; Gerry, all. I range A,, M. MCMILLAN. and ex-offlcio administrator of the
I deE and Ba>len Sts. East Romana St.,! for the comfort Cases. I of Lawrence Alexander d...
60 ft. by 1M ft deep. cottages on and Auchlacross and. finally, by Trot- re- Otner Clerk Boara' or Co. Commissioners. estate -
1 nice building site. 11300. No. 522 and 526; renting! for $6 per log their proxies through. delegates quirements tired Hugh tope; charged with assault ? ceased and Maggie Alexander. I wilt
-= 5 lots month good investment $600. i whom the policyholders themselvesselect and battery upon Police Officer Ben- oa Monday the second: day of April
Ind Uth on Strong 'SL, between 10th 6 room and hall cottage at Fisher-; to represent them at their 'annual -s,! i feet and have all the jamin was found guilty Friday and Precinct No. 9, I i& D., 1906, sell at public} outcry for

t? $6oO. avenues this is.very cheap yUle. lot 60x125_ ; fronting on the bay meeting. The company is in*, i style and that I sentenced to pay' a fine of f 25 and. Shall remain as before except as tosections cash before the county court house
) $1800. I strutting: its reprsentat''vea everywhere ; grace costs or. serve 60 days in Jail. 4, 5.S. ; 7, 8 and't, of T. 6, door in the city of Pensacola Florida) ,
4 iota on the southwest side of Reus 5 room and, hall .cottage at L ttle: to secure new proves' rupnln.;:i can be put in a shoe. Walter Harris! was found guilty of, north of range..31 west'and sections I during the legal hours of sai:, tb*

St, between DeSoto and Strong for a Bayou Jot JOOxUO, on the$ water, a delightful for ten years in the names of George j I Come take a look at ?>etJt -larceny and sentenced to par' 31. 32 and 33 ef--'f.-'.,-ftortl It of range, following Scribed property to-wit?
ff" W. Auchlnsioss, and claim, that ,they i t : ,lour ,new spring and day. No. 23. Described as- follows: lot-ona ((1), section twenty-seven (27)),,
E **ONEY ;at the lowest of Interest on vacant or' Improved city property are entitled to receive tbQ con'Jdepces summer styles: I Porter King-for vagrancy, was sentenced commencing on.tb? 'wH bank of E e.I! township one ((1), South. range thirty
rate .. of every polleyhol ''er-: As a matter'of I I to pay a flna' of $\5 and costal, cambia giver "where the.south' has ',iKSO west, fronting the county road.
THE COLLECTION' OF RENTS A SPECIALTY. fact. the men, as mynbers pf the, .I I I jor serve 60 days- t} section 9 strikes th$ niter; thence I iin the county of Escambia, state of,
board of tru te"s, are, wlth> & rf..dlt t BOSTONSHOESTORE ; west along the south line of sections[Florida. Together with the improv*
your rent returns are net.satlsf actory give,us a trial. rectly 'responsibly) for the 'Press: '.m!. 1 ", i 9. 8 and 7, T; -5TJT: RT,30 west and l intents thereon and the hereditament
management of the eoap} W. Mr. t, I Ij tl Precinct No. 23. ,1!; south line of sections, 1J, 10, 9, 8,, and appurtenance thereunto belonging
Baker has ben a member of the l Described as follows: Beginning atj i 7. T. 5, N. R. 31 west io the \v, cor or In any wise appertaining. Deedat
.L board since 1819. and of Important j Fashionablei | t ti i : the northeast corner; of ,section .33.;ner of section 18 .same,' T, acid R; cost of purchaser.
The Fisher Real Estate Agency committees, and:! PO one has, eyfr .ae-, i Foot Fitter township 6 north range 31 west; thence south along.ihet i west line of SCOTT M. LOFTIN. ;
cuser him of being -dummy" jrrusH I i -. __ .I I thence south to southeast corner of I sections 18, 19, 30 acid ju,to the SW lWts. >4
t III> M-4.q I'44 ox \ Phone 87. tee. He is a member of the flames' .. .. section 11 T. 5, R- .31 West; thence I corner of section 31';". thence.. east along mar-oaw-lw..



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. t! SIX THE PENSACOL & JOURNAL_ 1 SUNDAY MO.RNI.NG l MARp.1-I.,. -9 0 a 1'H

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MONEY WORJS HARDwhen .REAL ESTATE -

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r It Is properly invested. D.dyou : DeLuna Street ; D.

THE CORNERSTONE EOF 1 "_ever stop to think":jhow hard jou + \ '. BARGAINS. ,HOOTON, & WATSON.
worked for the m n'ey-ou have say" :" .

ed up? And did yOU., qver, figure up J t *' H 00-rLctt W. _Romapa St", 54x120, _Successors. to Tnos. Watsoa, 6 Ci.

,.. how easy it, earns ,more/for.: you when Merchants and others near Sprng.: w

wlselj l invested? And' djd:;lt ever .occur Considering changepf $2550.00: The 5 lots, on. SB cor. 9th Real I Estate Rental and Insurance
I to jou' that when' YQn allow your l location, should see 'ave.,* and Jackson Leading: Agency
4 YOUR PROSPERITY savings to remain idle you are throw what.we have to offer! $0300().00-Splendid lot for business ','
on the',new street Wex 'GoVernm nt j-r: ', gala 1
ing away hard earned money? Why: contract: to > .building! oa Wj 1 f,
not either Invest in good renting Improved can now f'- opposite opera house. I -

property 'or vacant lots that : furnish::a. store, office suit, v $315000--12,room 2 story modern tl to.Desirable'; Property for Sale.Two J

are increasing in valuje.,OP)lend it out or .building,' to ;--1 home, on the hill; dirt cheap. ,

1 at eight"per'cent, on *good real estate your special requirements $5000.00-Elegant little home on North tee Z
IS LAID mortgages: ? I :sa the. following lease or sale; I i':" Palafox St.; all modern 1m-
haVejot el or the l land only for ideal l for smallfam'Jy. .story brick) building centrally located; Just off of Palafoxstreet. deiI xE
: Immd! 'ate Improvement :,:. provements, .. .. ..' ... !' .. .. ...,;.. .... ...'. .. .. .. .. ..$10,500.00One
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bj enlarged
$2400-Property Romana rentIng can
desirable lots Cit
': oiijiieisubiectto of the most building on North Hill on a corner
for $288 per'cyear. :_ our approval. Also I small cost. fronting south near car line 100 by 150 feet. .. .. .. ..$3,70000* 4f

"when you pay jour first dollar ,on a, piece : (4 real $ 600-4' room house.' 'rtntt* g' for. $84 have an ideal site'for .U7 O.00-6' room newly papered cot Two story new ,dwelling on corner lot 60 by 125 feet on North! Cean

estate-whether for 'a home or business property. per year jf.*: 3 :- large hotel. ,'. tage and 5 lots located where Hill.. .:, ''', ..., ... .. ...'w... .... .. ... .. .. .. .$3,150.00 11"
Pensacola is oa the eve of the greatest growth in $1500-3 small houses renting for $18 : it will increase in value. A desirable and very comfortable one story, six room dwelling with

1P her history, and investments made now will, yield per month. ,, ; ."$1500.00-6"'room'--.. : cottage East 'Jackson all modern, conveniences, on the carline, West Gregory

,1mL handsome returns In the near future. We have large 14500( -''Property one blocfc ,from Pala- Will Be As : .St, beautiful bay view. 80 by: 144.. .. .". .', .. ........ ''!... .... .. .." .. ..Street.$3,00000 lot 'nI
t lists of business and residence property, farm and fox, renting r $54Q() per year. List: yo'ur:property With us, we can: North half of block' 67,. New City Tract; 10 lots by 137 ft 6 Inches eacha J
timber lands which we would like to show you. $2400-6 room dwelling corner Jack-, get a buyer
ji beautiful location overlooking bay only one block
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from
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I son and lights Gulllemard etc. ,batn:> electric .* Good as Palafox.; of:'Money-'to interest, : loan at -reasonable_ rates Two line.-story five.!room. .. store... ..and.. .dwelling.. ...., ..and. ..one.. ..story... .four. 175000.car L8ra*

$1500-5 room dwelling East Hill,two dwelling, corner lot ,60x170) near water front.. .. .. .. .$.400000 room

Pensacola Investment Company i, etc.blocks from' car line bath gas.* -L.: S. BROWN & CO. We have a' few well located blocks In the New City Tract that we can

,sell at from 325.00 to $500.00 per block any one of which is a bar-
4. M. D'ALCHBERTE, City Manager. $350onew houses East Hill, rent. E
I .' McDavid-Hyer CompanyAgents' : Thles'n Building. gain.Those. .
ing $420 per year. SELL LOTS." having desiring to sell'same.' would find
: "WE property, it to
; W. KNOWLES, President R. B. SIMPSON I. their
;. Sec ltary. $ 800>:-:4 lots. North Spring -.street.I. have orPA4K
in
advantage to place .same our hands as we disposed of
J.E. STILLMAN, V..Pres. and Gen. Manager. KNOWLES HYER, Treasurer. I. $1'200-100 feet bv 120 on Gonzalez New York 300000.00 'worth In the last 60 days. If you have funds to about loan
St., half block'of Life Insurance
I Palafox. Company. For Sale
Rael Estate, loans, General Investments. consult us. If you desire nn agent to collect your rents; or want!
I LOTS 540 $SO. $60' 8 E. Government Street fire insurance; or 'if ,you want to buy a piece of property anJ Jon' e
I Ion East Hill, 1.00'cash1:and 5flf cents Pensacola>> Fla. FOR SALE-A block on North Hill- t
? 215 South Palafox Street, Pensacola Florida. Phone 7CO. : know who owns same. consult us..
I| week. No taxes. No. interest > J Iegant )jbukLug; ,site- and a good Investment -

t f for: sale cheap if taken at
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91* /WHEN YOU WANT NICE, JUICY r---"VA iTED--- LESLIE E. BROOKS. Some den St ; 18mar3i HOOTON & WATSON

its WESTERN OR NATIVE BEEF -: FOR-SALE CHEAP Three screen best

':f and Fancy Groceries at living prices, |1 REAL ESTATE BOUGHt: AND ,SOLD doors, each 24 by 83' Inches: On
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4i give Mojer. on the Square a call or; experienced seamstress single door 37 by 84 inches. Can be PHONE- 54. SOUTH PALAFOX STREET. 8ITJ
also grl; to lenrn. : to I Ij
Apply RENTS COLLECTED.
; _g phone :\o. 718. j MONEY, adjusted to: doorways two by four
j Miss C. Good
Smith 319.E. Gregory. ISmar| Investments fain
Still 20 pounds Standard Granulated' .:.... LOANED. Inches less each way.. 1311 N. Davis. -_--_ .-- _-
; 1 Bugar. 100. Country Pork Chick i WANTED.' partner in paying busi 18mar2t. r

:tc ens and Eggs a specialty.! ness. Will bear Investigating.Small 204J S. Palafox St., Fisher. Building. FOR SALE OR RE.NT 60 acre farm;

GOPHERS GOPHERS AT MOVERS. capital required. Apply P.' O. Pr&ne 462.WantCd. and Homes. 5 miles from city on Brent road; 7 Board an-d.Rooms. Miscellaneous hin ghO1
PHONE 718.: Box 753. 17marl6t* room house"all 'fenced in; 5 fields; 2 L

-- story' barn, good water,-mail box on WANTED few boarders at 212 W. DRESSMAKING 011p;
,1 POSITION WANTED ON THE ROADB the land.:., Address "Farm,"care JournaL Gregory. New house .good neighborhood E R lAger ha: ;
opened a first-class
WANTED Jo" dressmaking
HELP > experienced wholesale groceryt Sfp.
A BARGAIN 18martw"F'o'r and on car line. ISmarlm
shop at her .
r residence 238
West
Got'
salesman. !
Satisfactory local and out Seven room and hall house! on North p.m
4 t, of I r Sale., .. ;. ernment street and: would like to hare
town references !fciven. Address -
:: j Hajne St.. with all! modern conveniences double furnished
at'awearolnce to call on roer-j kS. O. L. care Journal 17mar1w.]. WANTED-White China silk shirt ON THE HIGH: .LAND-East Hill electric ONElarge room. your patronage. ISmarlw
p: chants in their territory; elegant sideline I i waist and brilantine suits to clean. for $2500.. : :'c.arjine, s'x: lots 100' ft. ,front( Hot and cold water' bath. with use I.(

convenient to carry good commissions ; I have secured th, services of E. E. '115 W. Intendencla St.. l&marlt Two cottages on East Romana St., by' 137J deep,, corners ,,$100.l l inside of t *? hone. 415, West Gregory St. HACK No 12-Alwajs ready with gooJ bls1

t' ; prompt remittance. Belmont -; LIger, and will ber pleased to have No. 522 and 526; rent for $8 a month lots, $600.There are-no' better situations Phone 865. llmanlw5FOR reliable drive' C. H Taylor pro- s1p

;tt. Mfg Co. Cincinnati. O. It* all his friends to call and see hOmo W'A1't-rED-Gentleman wants room for $600. than 'these, lots.', A. v. Cl.Q..bJJs.F prietor. Phone 1236. Haclman's Exchange ;
Sl.JE.5IfAN'A: -Tovork;i He is an expert barber. J. S. Dur. with private family! northern part .:; RENT-Newly furnished ,rooms Phone: 185. 20feblm*

country general _!stores.. We pay : ham 211 R Wright. ISmarlw' of town. Apply F. B,. care,,Journal. 144 by 192 feet deep, .on. East Garden SLVLE-r-3: show cases, o'l tank, very' reasonable. Apply 20 W. ,Re- --- ....... --
ISmarlt '" street $14.400.. platform: scales, counter scale:' 3.4 mana St 17marlw CUT FLOWERS Orders promptly

y : salary and all expenses. Write In-j I WANTED-Position wanted by "list- gallon milk 'churn, '2-wheel push cart.heating'stOve. , filled for roses! carnations flowers ItG
C frnational Table ,Supply Co.. St.,j class circular saw filer and hammer. 5 room cottage and reception hall Hugh 1\I lone ". 924 'N. FOR R Furnished or unfurnished and designs of all kinds. Miss Berth

: Louis )lo. itWANTEDMen j Reference furnished if necessar)'. Ad. For SaleFOR 'back and front feallery 'closets,house Davis .St,. ISmarlw* rooms on' The hl1!!! location high Smith. 616 N. Barcelona. Phone 651

$400'' dress Filer Journal. -- .... new and in good condition large lot
everywhere Close to line.
: care' FOR:' S\LE.OR RENT; New six .room and healthy. car Ap- TAILORING-B. L. Diamond Tailor. E
-3 .da ly; pass circulars tack signs; no i\ lamarSt* S'ALE-7.000OO .feet cypress; on North 8th avenue between 11th. 'house on East Hill in excellent 'lb plyat 314 E. Strong. Phone 1213.- Gents clothing cleaned pressed anl
;+iz canvassing. steady. Continental Distributing -I 6,000.000 fet,white olt,7.OO0eO0 fret and 12th street a bargain at $1200. 16marl2t
ARCHITECTURE Plans Specifications cation on :two large' lota; block and 'a repaired on short notice. No. 11'iI
: Co,_Chicago_ It : and details furnished for modern cottages pine and gum. Apply' McKlnzle- Oert-I Corner 8th avenue and 12th 'street half from:'car line; cement' basement West Government St., Peasacola Fla. I'o'
f5.00. Blue Prints of dwelf1 log Co S.. Palafox Str 17mar4t. beneath FOR RENT-3 furnished rooms for Idee.
'.A MANAGER W.IlTEIReliabte: corn- fine 15 room and hall jitage pantry back and lange airy rooms. ;now ?r
pany wants responsible man to tak! 1 ing drawn to suit the most fastidious. j front gallery, gas: and'< city water, bath! and sewer connections. For rent. Apply: corner Chase and PORTER
J. H.
j Sts., I sallmaker 716 Soiri
S. C. BROWN LEGHORNS-Kulp- Spring Umarlw
l charge branch house in Florida; staple Chas. W. Howe Bagdad. Fla. house new a large lot $1700. I particulars address House, care JournaL Palafox street. Orders taken
let
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t 1 line! salary $12500:!;) per month and; 14 marl 21 Hughes. Strains' ; egg.' record..240 perj ITmar
I The farmer's and fancier's I! FURNISHER OR UNFURNISHED I tents awnings amp stools and home
pullet.
commissions References and $IOO3 -- Four l lots on west; side of Rues St.
b' : A BARGAIN-Party owning 6.000 chicken. Eggs for hatching An all I I rooms for rent with the privilege of.' cots etc.!' Prices reasonable. 3ijan.
IJ cash required Address Lack: B3X: I between DeSoto and Stronge for five Iron SALE-A] second hand wagon
*f 585, Chicago. It* acres gooa' mill timber. mills ]local- fertile guarantee. Prices:" Pen No. days'. at $1725.7E) -4.- and two good size mules. Will sell light housekeeping* at 254 E. Gregory SHIP CHANDLER8-\lcKInzle: .
I ed on same. will 'sell outright, or an 1, $2' pens Nos. 2 and:5, $1.50 for IS,.1 : ,..' at' a bargain Apply ,to Ben Johnson Phone 557. 9mar2w Ing & Co., wholesale and retail ship
_-; WANTED nurse. Apply 619 N" 1 interest to practical man with some Sunnyside Poultry Farm. DeFumalj t54 1-3 Jt onWestRomaoa.reet: at 6th chandlers end
cor. are. and Lloyd St. ISmarlw grocers, only first-cla!
FURNISHED 3
1t1 Palafox St., corner GadsdenWANTED I ioney. Address "Owner" Pensacola Springs, Fla. References.-anyone >J the, foot 'of Spring St. improvements "- --- ---- NICELY front room house of kind In city. .Fair prices to all.
j Journal.(, 11marlOt.I the city. ISmarlfl on'property, renting for,$13 per month FOR SALE-A desirable lot lying immediately with'or wthout! board.401 W. Chase.
-A' coWed man cr woman I --. --.:- I *\ 6mar2w Fine stationery J
1 lnvita
$4000. : south of the Masonic' wedding ons.
Th to live on premises Apply to Miss WANTED-Everj one to ,know that FOR .S\LE-Grocery store and residence cards
visiting tally cards etc. Celia
The Great New Fox Visible including stock Temple, haying a frontage on Pa'a- NICE FURNISHED ROOMS for
Smith. 319 E. Gregorj.WANTED iTmarn3 Typewriter combined ; rent
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40 ft.by 170 ft deep on East Ro fox street of .30 feet by a depth of Robinson, representing The Chas.
-------- -- has been received by F. ti. fixtures etc; .nice' home good water Newly furnished, clean' and nice
mana St. next to Bass ft Co., a good 182 feet. For sale for a few days H. Elliott Company, of Philadelphia.Smarlm. .
-; -Nurse to I've! on premises.I Bruce and is now on display at No. 28 one whole block; under fence. Cash "' oniy near postoffice. Apply at 128% E. .
investment $4000.
.1 Apply at once: to.319 West.: Belmont.I East Government. ,All interested are only Corner Maxwell and 6th ave. 'at $21.000.00; one half cash the balance Government street, Mrs. B. M. Trainer.

17mar2t cordially invited to call and inspect. Mrs Z",P.. Ryan: P. O. Box 614. 5 lots on the"St>nlheast corner of in 12 months at six per cent. interest 7janlm. *" "
Hooton & Watson. ISmarlw I live in "Pensacola, corner 11th
7mar. .
ISmarlm n_.._..__ -..__....___":-- Spring and Lee streets; a splendid. at- five- -cents streefand 16th avenue..In New<< City
c WANTED- Men to learn barber trade, building site $2500. FRESH YARD EGGS-Received Old newspapers a bundleat
WANTED-Contribut'ons for the Or FOR S\LE.-Turpentine location 25 daily this office. They are all clean and will take care of your Piano b>
Eplendld.time to begin. Busy sea- Home. crops boxes timber to cut J5 crops, and every egg guaranteed; 2.5'cents the at low !
phans' flerore.
Money clothes eatables 506 East Jackson-'street, two story and nice. year a Refclt.
&JI ton soon. Few weeks completes top C.
; dozen. M. Wilson ,
wages paid graduates. Positions etc., received. Notify Mrs. Wm. will sell'entire business oran interestto 8 room and hall house bath, gas a delightful streets. corner Davis tune clean out, etc. Phone 802, 2
sher good man with some money. Address and Lloyd Phone 620. J. Conrad
rF1 president or Mrs. N. McK. and good nefghfeorhood. lot 93 rings. Scott. Smarlra
waiting: best trade in the world for 4mar3w j
poor man. Little capital starts busi Oertitfg.' secretary. 4 mar "Florida. care Journal.llmarlOj, 'ft, by 150, $3500. "., HOTELS.THE .

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ness. Investigate. tMoler Barbar WANTED-i-The: public to -know that .' '715 N. Baylen 'street8' room: two FOR SALE -Registered Berkshire and Eggs for .
: College. New Orleans La. 17marlw FOR SALE"-Two-story' contain; Yorkshire Pigs; pedigrees furnished Hatching
: we can do all kinds 'of' repairing -70xJ25 .. ;
..... story residence lot>, .ft. .every BROWN HOUSE-Airy: rooms,
float building,, horse shoeing etc. J. lag eleven'rooms, corner lot, 95x modern convenience an .Ideal. home also fullblood game chickens: and eggs good beds. Free baths and sample From my: prize pens of S. C. Rhoi"
'ANTED-Ten men to work on turpentine G. Welsh Carriage' Co. 27feb: 120. For information apply 501V.. 5000. J1 ,J' all at reasonable prices. Dr. J. s.McGeachey room. $2 per ,day. Special' attentionto Isalnd Reds and S. C. Brown Leghorns -
1 farm. Men with families Chase. llmar ,.,Chipley, Fla. 5marlm
., finest in the south to
traveling m noJ.. R. Brown. Prop:, pens Jl
preferred- Call on A. Gren. care of I KODAKEKS get Kauffman's prices Two lots on Cervantes street between $1.50 setting of 13 or $6 1G9)
per
: DeFuniak Springs Fla. ISmarlm ; per
80
FOR SALE-Four room house! with FOR SALE- acres good land three
for
Solomon Furniture Co. 16marlw t developing and finishing. Best Baylen and Spring streets 60x also agent!' for the famous Banta fntubators .
r I and in Mail bath at Goulding. with two lots miles south, of Chipley., Twenty
cheapest city. orders
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---r------ receive 125. a nice building site a bargain CHIF'thYOp.depot. and Brooders.
HOTEL
CENTRAL Drop a
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attention. Romana Apply to L. M. Davis.-P,, O. Box 633, acres 'in cultivat'on' and pure spring
LIVE ENERGETIC YOUNG MANWANTED prompt and
$1300. Large and well card and I will call. E. L. JlcFadJen.
1jjj lighted
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H for
lOmarlm water. Will **! cash ime.
Palafox Sts. City. or on
-In town in Florida 20feb. .
every ___. -Three lots on Strong street, between .. Apply, A. ;Hogeboom Chipley Fla.28feb.e rooms. Free' sample room. .,Ieals at Prop., Myrtle Gro e Poultry Farm, S.
41q as special representative; of one of
F. D. No 1, Pensacola; Fla.
llOUSE
attention
all hours.
Special
COURT DYEING. SALE-A. to traveling
the largest real estate and investment Pressingand FOR R: Bingham has a 10th and llth avepues. This. *
1i Cleaning 'Club. '118 N. Palafox team men. $:!00 per day. J. .M. Tug- 7marlm
1tt:' corporations in the south Part or good of mules for sale. See property is very cheap at $650.
St., Mrs. T. J. Davis, Prop. Your pat them, on his new float. f&b2P FOR SALE.--Only 4 younfe Boar pigs gle. Prop. 13marlm
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; whole time: Must be Intelligent, of ronage solicited; .satisfaction guaran Money at the lowest market rates '::sired byDuke of Florida 68923 out I MATTRESSES RENOVATED. \*.,

1ic good address. and furnish references. teed. Careful attention given ladles' FOR SALE-Beautiful block In New on improved or vacant city property; of'Orphaq' Lee. of Baltimore, 5S541 I CHIPLEY HOTEL-Carl Setterlind tick furnished if desired. All done'

Good contract to right party. Address garments. Phone 1222. 8feb Clt)". Tract No. 312. For caaa $600. guaranteed with registrations and Prop. Special attention to commercial in good order on short notice. Leave

with stamp. Drawer 36, Jacksonville, Apply to A.':M. McMillan. Coon Housa. 10 LOTS'ON NORTH BAYLEN pede reeli.: Carl Sett' rJjnd. Chipley. travelers.. Free sample and bath I orders at Green & Watson. Phone

1 Fla. 14mar3t, WANTED.-Hauling and transfer lang STREET, A SPLENDID: INVEST. Fla, .; 26noT. rooms. Large rooms'with good beds. 193. 7mar
work. ,qmce phone' .363; residence -' MENT. This property Is easily worth $2 per day. 13 mar In
::WE LEARN you to make mirrors at i phone 390. A cost a-&' White. 22-28 N, FOR SALE- NIc vtlen> old:newipa- $2500.00. .. .. .. .. .. ....$2000 EGGS ror ')Hatching from carefully MRS. H S. CHUNN will receive pi
j; home. Full guaranteed formula Tarragona SL' 25mar. pens at,twe .cents bundle. Thi$ of. minted hens.Strictly' thoroughbred: BAY WTEL.-Open night and day f pus in shorthand at her residence.

P. F. M. Co., Box 472, Pensacola. $5.1 fice. 5 room and hall cottage out houses fctyl; and I guarantee a good hatch. European plan:, Rooms light and 321 N. Barcelona St., Terms. $ 00 a

ISmarlm WANTED.-The! Mercaanti TransferCo. fruit trees and large garden spot '6 Stock for $ale at reasonable! prices. clean" Transient trade solicited. month in advance. 4mchlmo
< --- wants,your moving and hauling.All AUTO OBILES.-l'am agent for the lots.go ,wth) house on Southwest) corner Barred Pymouth! Rocks,' White Plymouth 575-579 S. Palafox. Jis. S. Nicolau.
t A."JTED-A man to work around the breakage guaranteed. T.. B. Tnor. Pope Mfg. Co; and can sell' :you autos G and Wagn streets; one of the Rocks' and S. I C.:' Brown LeghornS Prop. TO U. S. LIFE SAVING STATION

ulI house and yard. Apply to Mrs II sea Prop. Phone 978. ,ISJunelm.WANTED from $50000 up. They,.cost leas than highest po'nts'! In the' >city $1000_ ; $1.00 per 'l setting of 15 eggs or AND RETURN-The launch LClalr

T Wright 100 Jackson. corner Bav- horses keep up. They ,cm be run $500 ;a: hundred for: incubator eggs. I leaves Palafox street wharf 9 a.
len. 13mar -To buy old gold and .silver in sand anywhere a; Cr8e can go. FOR RENT.. jiave" 500 half gallon,cans,fancy Florida jLoai3o4e..4.oi.32suIsuz3ssssjt ONLY '54LEai *.' m.: dally.: Fare<
broken up stuff regardless! of Leslie E.:' Brooks., : 715 N. Baylen St... .. .. .. .. .$3750 :Syrup.' Will deliver'at 50c per gallon S FLOATINCG'n'W *Pasjv.ps Special rates to parties. PaviLoa:
:\vlANTED-Good cleaner and presser sizes. Cash paid. Lightman & Klein. '506 N. 9th avenue.. .. .. .... 2000 :Address Plymouth:- Rock Poultry : : phone 65rf.: C. H. Burton, Manager

4: at once. No 9 E. Intendencia 106 E. Wright: Phone 1\27., FOR SALE-one25-n..J boiler and '514 N. Hayne St.. ., .. .'. .. 20.00 Farm .1.J.. Pope; Prop. Bristol. .PERCOLATOtt.---.... ._ II mch4-im*
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ISmar. en'gipe,; portable bolter- on wheels; 213. S. Baylen... .: .. .. ...... 17.50 Fla. 24feblm ..... .a. ,p .II.rtId"- ,.. I -
WANTED.-A. R: 'BIngbam IfUl-ML. I
wants engfn 1 or boUet"In running order. Three cottages; at Flsherville one at &5I.rIC.d.. TEA. MATTRESSES.- anJ r*-
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; :WANTED-A good cook. Apply at your moving and hauling. He guarantees Also 2 Tog-1carts complete, ready for 1000. and two at $1500 each. '.uiw.r.au.l.e--. StORE tail manufacturers and dealers <111

once at 701 N. Palafox, 13mar I!I all breakage.. Phone 630. service. For terms. appjy :to Jas. Me- 625 W Romana St. .. .. ......10.00 ,Money to Loan. ul,Pied.nllml SEW lfm P.uacjla cotton, moss and E. & C. mattresFes

m 1 will tune and ,repair your piano and Voy & Co, Cantonemont,., Fla.' .:721 W. Main.. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1250: u"nliUlin... and ba' springs. Second hand furnIture -

[W'A'Io"I'EID-A good nurs, 701 N. Pal organ as cheap as any one; guarantee 23feblm. .- Collection of rent a specialty. MONEY TO' I.oAN-EverYbodY borrows .bought and sold. Upholstering

) alOx. ISmar I best and neatest work. Prompt FOR SALE My property,4U,E. Bra- money from Jno. A. Hall & and repairing done. Old mattresses.
I attention and satisfaction. Phone 802 'I Co, 18' E. Government street: Whyi EXCELlENT' 'BUI.LDINGSITE renovated; new ticks furnished if &*-
inard St., consisting of four1"lota 40 '. .
$2000-$5000 and;; expenses for local I 2 rings. J. Conrad Scott: Smarlm xloO feet; a two story dwelling. containing I In need call on us! 9feblm sired. 114 E. Belmont. St..T.city Davis .
Phone 771. Davis Mfg Co., C
sales manager. World famous I Iri |I WANTED-We. want your orders 'for 6 rooms, hall ways,,, bath room 'THE FISHER MONEY LOANED on'all kinds of personal 'Mgr.a .
ttousehold necessity Colonial CaJfactory 1907 Art Calendars Over 300 original closets and Pantry On car line; will pioperty on short notice. _ -- _
ri N., Wellsville- Y. 11-18 designs to select from. AH sell entire property for $8000.00. 'B.U I Terms 'ea.iY. J. B. Gray.Co... 2 W. ROPKE has Just opened a butcher

prices. Mayeg Printing Co:, Pensaco Reese. ,%%feb Romana. Phone 1165. ifeb FOR. .SALE shop, and grocery store corner Pa.
t WANTED Ten- experienced- saw\ mill J vis 'and Brainard Sts. Your pa'roi
4t hanl l. Apply room 415, fourth Ia. I6feb JUST RECEIVED-Large soipment ol REAL ESTATE AGENCY; MON::Y TO LOAN.-on reai estate or Two, cornet jWs'North'Palafox I age solicited: :Satisfaction gua'afl.
Olive OIL Retail near'car
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door Thiesen building. Imported by plat, other"lu1lclent.security! teed. Phone 915. Imarlm.
WANTED.-The public; to know that gallon or larger quantity. G. Morassq to'.TbosPebley, cor. Palafox by app!) line; cheap at... .<. .. ., ...7QO

; 4 JtTANTED-First class laay stenogra old newspapers can be bought at & Co.. ship chandlers &A4! grocers 701 log up, tirs. and Others on North Palafox at from WATTS AND COLES-r-oDtractor
Romana. -
this office for five cents a bundle. Theyare _ITnovx.MONEY $150 all kin I
pher. Address in own handwriting South Palafox. 4oct Phone 87. ,up. :; and builders.- Estimates! on
1i (with references, Office Work. Care all clean and Illce.WANTEDEle.ctr11'i ., TO LEND-On good real o- Four corner lots in block N.: of Ha?'J of building and repair work Satis
;Journal. 4mch FOR SALE-Large horses aud mules, tate security- or on good collateral: erman's residence, New City, a bar faction guranteed. Phony !:208! office

[1 .. work of eh k'nd.' for turpentine operators and loj pica. sf'lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks, gain at.. .. f... ...,,.,. ,.,......51000 208 N. Reus. !feblm*
Let us: cieanyour fens resairour, We guarantee satisfactionAddress 206 South Palafox Street. Fisher building. %1JauMONEY' Five lots E. 13th St.. near car line

U FOR RENT dynamo lo jour wlrIn etc. Pa--n3 Waterman & Co., G. a. Cobb man facing Oporto.quare.. .. -... ..$iZdO CARRIAGES repaired and repainted..
570. Pen :J.tola' EJectrii Co.. 255 8.1 ager Chipley, Fla. ZSfeblni. LOANED all kinds of persona Three lots Gadsden Floats built to order. Horse shoeIng
corner St.
Ba lcu. ) property on hort notice.: and a specialty J. G. Welsh CarrlagCo. -*
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thi -Furnished or unfurnished i FOR SALE.-Improved/: un'lmpr.ed .)\' For Sale. Terms easy. J. W. Bullard, upstairs car line unsurpasted view t>f bay $950'! 27feb

11 6 room cottage at Big Bayou near I I SECOND H Nri CLOTHING WANT. prjyerty In all parts of the city 23# ,South: Palafox St.. Phone 1144. Two' loU E. La Rua (near In$800'' __ .. __ __ _ __
line facing water. Apply P. O. SEED6-All Five lots on 8th St, E. Hill,
car ED-Highest price paid for gent's J. A.-:W.Uon & Co., Real Estate Agents FRESH GARDEN kinds nor near
; :Box 36.&. City. ISmarlm 1 clothing only. Sell second hand 'goods I Room. 7. Salisbury, b9n '1ug. Phone of :strictly fresh farm and gar 'en I car line; excellent! site. ,.-.' ... $950 for Sale .

,. 'i j|I Dress suits rent No. E. Intendencia 172. -. 23Jaa feeds at reasonable prices. Also} UNLIMITED' amount or money to loan WANTED-To seil hotel furniture
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.tt 'A. R. BINGHAM has storage room for fruit and nut trees. Banks Bro'', oa all kinds of personal property* calls
rent suitable for furniture or other WANTED,-..All kinds of electrical FOR SALE-One. fine extension; table Chipley. Fla 25feblm 1 Special rates to business? men on large I C. YAEGER Reason for selling, business[ s'ani
4 toods 104 and 106 South Tarragopa work. I sell all kinds of electrical and six fine dining!: :chairs cheap. loans. The New York Lean Co., 2O4% me away from town. Splendid

St. Phone 630 SOnov batteries and .other'electrical supplies. Address P.. O. Box395.25feh, FOR SALE McMillan Turtonhave: South ,Palafpx-. No.,202 Thiesen Building. Phone 686 I all in house now that can be accommodated !!"..
ifl __ just received a cardaI'ot fine Ten- ,, 105 East Intt'nd'ncla! 3Pensaco'a
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When you need me ring 345 pr 955. FOR SAL .--10, nowe .. *
nxnu corner n65ee horses and mules which maybe Fla. HimarlFOR. -
r Business Opportunity E. W. Peake.,new Star Laundry build lot. 3 :blocks from Palafox. lot 86t | ". .
Pou's stable on Intendencia -
Ing. E. Garden. ISdec. 192 on.car line. For, particulars! is street.seen at ,Found SALE-My home corner 10 ace-
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-FLORIDOPPORTUNITIES Interested A.'lTED.-Iteat Estate for sale or -quire_of.,- Standar4ClotbtS&29jan. t,FOR SALE-40 acre frm. 10 acres tat FOUND-fiome packages of guage I .r- LOST gain and If Cfr\sold antes scon St.A. C.Ths Binkle is a ba- I

"Pea'ns'ular in -the- great"opportunities rent, leans or,exchange. Your business WANTED-To l loan money oa your pecans-.mles! south Chipley on Bt,* .'glass; tuMng Owner may get same LOST-Black! .and white, spotted setter -!. 16 mar. -
In the State send 10
cents
respectfully: solicited. J. A. Wil watches. Jewelry and:personal ef 120 -
>C* & St. A. R. R.; also acres 20 identifying' property and payingfor Answer to name of' !
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-tt for our )Iaazin of Opportunities son. Real Estate Agent 22% W. Government fects. Highest cash price-for old gold acres improSed :2/i miles from tow this, ad. Apply to Pensuco'a: ] "Spot"Under i TYPEWRITERS makes new
; I please return.to. owner andre.| rn
? A one >ear. Jacksonville Development str et. Room 7. Salisbury and silver. LJghtman & Klein 106 E. .I' second hand for sale and
Address J. B. Hoseboom Aycock Fla. Cement ,Sttm6: Co.. corner, Wright St. cejve r ward. "P. Coffey Warrington.lNavy
'B.
( Co. Jacksonville, Fla. 13mar3t: bull'!:""' Phone 172. 23Jau wright. Phone '1127. Phone 380. F. Bruce. :28! E. Cover
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HALE WILSON 6 CO. I .

D. ESTATE lONG LOSES THE McMillan 'Bros. Co. .. -


REAL Man is Born to Die .' L $

AND LOANSWe '
RENTS Y ,
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INJUNCTIONSUIT THE EQUITABLE born to live and look after his -T/ 'r r xN
have the following special bar- family after his death. Have you arranged for protec-.
dins in very desirable real estate for tlon for your tautly If you die, or provide for your old ;
f only. t age if death does not cut your life short? Better see us -
eSPECIAL BARGAINS. at once about the matter. Our representative Trill call I, : -': '-
tots In block 170, New City 80x137' MOBILE. ALA'BAMA.MARKETS. on you If you like. 4 :

feet On car line $400.00
lots corner 16th ave. and Gads Insurance Gen
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street .. $1,000.00 KnowlcsBros.MJrae 'ac -
len 5 lots fronting Toledo square In New Fire, Lila Pensacola

. 1000.00 -
rltt house with bath. Judge Carter Dissolved Naval Store
One broom and I the Injunction '
connection, gas in every room; Savannah, Ga., Mar. 17.The naval
saner nslghborhood. It taken at stores market Closed today as follows: -
Late .. .1450.00 Against the Board of WW-.4., .. ..6 20 ...................................................

'h uses in block 17, West Kin* Wa..6 10 ooxA.jj .
That 6 renting $30.00 per month. Will Public Works.The A good thing N .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..5 .90 i. Iron i I c
-VV j;.000.00 of necessary .. $2600.00 of M.- .. .. ...;;. .. w. .". ....5 45 jj Works and SUDDIV CO.
l All of these propositIons are bare temporary Injunction secured to have. A gin qual- K.. .... '.'... ; ..... -..,. .. ..:5 20

rains a.Jd J will bo held open for a fewSys by J. E. Long some weeks ago restraining ity that all men appre- 1.. .... ....: .... .. .... .. ..4 55 FORGINGS Manufacturers, MILL and AND Repairers of MACHINERY AND. BOILERS.j If you like to keep your .
onb! the Board of Public Works H.. .. ... .. .. .:.. .. .. .....4 05 STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES.
Excellent! warehouse location on from removing' him from the office of ciate. Insures strength; G.. .. .. .... ...............3 95 b REPAIRS A SPECIALTY. Prompt attention given to food and and
railroad track very cheap. street superintendent was dissolved F' .. ..' .. i.. ,, -.'. .......390E day or night. Agents for James McKay & Co's celebrated Log and 1 ,dry, good

Good s per tint mortgages on h nd.Be.t :yesterday> by Judge.Carter who heard vim and vigor. ;... .... e.:. .... .:........3 90( Residence f
kind! of investments. the: case at Marianna Tie D .. .. .. '.. .. ................3 90 ,. fi cold, then you simply
Injunc ,211 1NNNNNNNN4NN ..... .............
in all parts of city, vacant sell it :.. ... .......
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propert tion was dissolved upon the ground, AU good dealers C.... ... .... .. .390
tr improved wanted and for sale. of want of equity. J Sprits: Turpentine 65 to 691,4 !c nts. must have an AUTO <
30 S. Palafox St. 'It is now up to the Board of Public? "B. S B. Atlanta .-
Phone 234. 41f 4s .NN NN NNN .. t
MATIC
works to make a move of some na, Refrigerator.
ture, inasmuch as that body has been ,TIMBER MARKET :
Instructed by the city council to remove I j :
FOR SALE Long and reinstate Gingles. -- The market reached the highest fig- i' AU'SLEY COMPANY o

Heretofore the board was. powerlessto Political Announcements. ure in the history of the port during
choice land take the week when timber sold readily
50.000 acres rangingfrom any steps on account of the past .
six to twenty-five miles of the injunction having been served upon at 29 Vi cents.' This was for aver : zeociiiJ I
blat deep water port in the southern the members' but now this. has been For Tax Collector. ages of from 35 to 40 feet Averagesof '1 COMMISSION BROKERS
states, Pensacola Harbor. Will sell in dismissed and the board is free to act. ;from .,30;to-35: feet also showed an ,
any size tract $3 per acre and up. The. case went before Judge Carter I hereby announce myself a candidate increase, seeing! ) fof:'28$ cents. while PENSACOLA j
This! land is especially suited for truck upon a motion to dissolve. John B. for re-election to the office of all under 'th'rty* feet brought 23 and i 11 WEST INTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA, FLA. t

farms, graphs, pecans and stock raising Jones represented the c'ty and: submitted Tax Collector for Escanbia:: county, 24 c nts. The market showed an up Lt
: They furnish the best all year a brief while W. A. B'ount! Jr. at the prmary: to be held on JJay 15, ward tendency during the entire week
grasses for sheep cattle goats and represented Mr. Gingles and was pres. 1906. I solicit your vote. and the demand;!toas strong for all. | Private Wires N. Y., H. 0 re and Chicago.: II Professional Directory
hogs; hC"">s do wen on acrons and the ent and mad an ai'gument before Respectfully, classes of'tlmbeirlbeee: was but little 1

range ear round; plenty timber, pine, Judge Carter yesterday: Avery & J. S. ROBERTS.. material of less than 30 feet placed A I! i
oak, -.re.. for all purposes. Get rid of Avery represented Mr. Long in .the upon the marklt.y'The': receIpts dur- I COTTONSTOCKSCRAINPROVISIONSandBONDS f THOS. PEBLEY,
paying rent and buy a home. You can litigation. ing the week -rfere about 1,500 pieces, s
sell all manner of farm product at The next meeting of the Board of and every.piece was:sold as soon as It LAW. REAL ESTATE. LOANS ANSI
Pensacola at high prices. Public Works promises to be an interesting was placed on the market The stocksare t Bought and Sold on Margin or for Investment. i COLLECTIONS
Special bargain in 100 acre farm 6 one.IREAL. SHIPPING NEWS light and the outlook not very s PALAFOX AND ROMANA. <

miles from court house Pensacola; 20 "Ibr'week.' ht for, heavy receipts during this $ Referent!: First National and Peoples Baafe Phono 1173 I PHONE 65J. {
acres open land, balance heavily timbered 8.
; fruit, grapes and pecans good ONININNNNN.1N.N.NNN.N.NNNNl.N1NN1
;thingl mill, steam power, all com Cleared. AUSLEY & CO.'S REPORTS T G YATES M D

plete, $1-500, worth $3000. ESTATE Dorothy. Br ss, Whyte. 1546, for t>wcrpool, 'Cotton Market ,

FOR RENT. timber Amsterdam with 334,000 s ft sawn 'au.-Feb........r.........................Close.. OPTICIAN
Nice cottage No. 200 West Romana 1,238,000 s ft lumber .
Fen.-Mar..5: ee 3OG THfESGV SUfLDf/VC/
street $1065 Weardale, Br ss, Lorlmer, 1446, for Mir-April..........::..:..................5.66
Nice cottage water front. East TRANSrERS Liverpool! with additional cargo of April'M':y ....................._..........;fi.68 .
Gregory St. $COO. 75,000 s ft sawn timber. Jra1.J'un.......;..........:................5.70 DR. C. E. BENNETT
Store house, good stand, North lolanthe Br ss, Hodgson, 1944, for 'June-July -.i............... ....E>.72 A PASSPORTTO ,
Hayne St.. $10. Havre with 190S square bales cotton. JalyAngrut ..........._.......... .73
Choice offices, good location. 2317 pes dogwood logs, 355,672 s ft Aagaat-Sept.mbar...*....................:6.71SeptemberOctober OSTEOPATH.WILL .
The best investment in city today :2! Following is a list, of the deeds recorded lumber, 3,310 tons phosphate rock.E. .....:........ ..........5set.teberNov.mb.e
brick building in business yesterday reported by the O. Saltmarsh. Br ss Rogers, 2319. '................ ......Ml RE-OPEN OFFICES IN PEN-
story centeron Pensacola Abstract Co: for Liverpool, with 5,600 spuarg bales Normnber-DecenLber...................:....550DoeemtorJTannary I SACOLA APRIL 1st
Palafox St., 40000. Estate of S. N. Van :Praag by S. cotton, 900 hhds leaf tobacco 45,000 ........ ...............
Pasco, Jr. to Wm. H. Knowles, W. A. shuttleblocka 70,000 s ft oak lumber Liverpool Spots 6,84.c I PROSPERITYis
H. T. CRAWFORD D'Alemberte and A. A. Fisher esecu 11,000 s ft gum lumber, .11,000 s ft I
tors. estate Wm. F:eher. deceased N popular lumber. 100,082 s ft pine New York Cotton Market. I 4 \
315'/2!' South Palafox StreetOFFICES %. N% of SE%, NE% of SW% and S, lumber; for Barcelona, with. 1,000 Open High Low Oloa I
*4: of SWU! ofSe,16T.1ait.31 square bales cotton. J n...r..7.M.119.2i: < 16.U 1023 It83MroJ I
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.-. ...';o.. ...10.10( : 1043 10.38 loan I
W. 517 acres: .J3440. ;Weardale Br SaMed. Kay;..;...........*.M57 lOGO 10.63 10.5Q I a passbook to a savings account Have ,you got Y
Wm. H. Knowies, W. A. D'Alem- ss, for Havre., 'Jay 1068 10.74 106 10J2: one? '
berte and .A. A. Fisher. executors es- k
10.61 108S 10.62
VESSELS JK ,SRT, August 10.08
tate Wm. Fisher, deceased, to Lenora October............MJU. 10.:2> 10.17 10.22 Every man', woman and child should havea savings
Saurez. lot 49 of the subdivision of 12: Ste.ms"lpa. Df08lBber..10. 10.%7 'iai9 1027 bank account, which should be kept growing, 1

one-half acres. in See.,,18 T, 2 S. R. 30 Dordrecht., Dutch ss, Teensma, 1920, New York Spoil. 1123: i no matter how slowly. Money on deposit Is a.satis*, 1t
W. $75.Thos. ; 'Funchal. clew Orleans 10K
fact:on everyday: of one's life-an interest earning t
C, Watson to Abraham:: Van: Dorothy. Br ss.-Whyte, 154$, MobileE. .- ., Wtot.. ,, '
FOR RENT Houton all of ,block 375 of:toe New!, .. O- Saltmarsh, Br ss, Rogers, 1 Open*3 High Low Close} I asset, and an ever-ready help in time of adversity.A .
City Tract. $350. 2319, Liverpool Gulf Transit, Co, .' May_.......78 ooJi V 78 7 '
Albert G. RIera Jr to Mrs: Susie 'lolanthe Br J\1IJ'-:!& 78* TTJi 7fcJi ..
I ss: Hodgson, 1943. SL ,,pe. -..--- paid.FIRST DR.J.H.MOCKDental
R. Morena, lots 1 to 6, Inclusive blk. Vincent to Gulf'.Transit Co. \ 1
36 of the 19 I Mguel de Larrlnaga Br, i.i if Cone ;,s.- -
Arpent Tract, $2000 and ss, Thompson .
...IN- t+ Jf tt. (Open its H1Rh \ Low Close I
Manchester.
2668 :
other considerations.Frank May............. tf W' .:i'3K &X.Jttly Surgeon. !
J. Riera'to Harry L. Brooks Ships.. : -. ..... Ui "i43S 44
and B. F. Wolfe part of lots 22. 28 and ;lt- yXot e; ;*'H' i-jj!.. .IAusley t t t
Orpheus: Aust ship,..Jledanlc Tries -
NATIONAL BANK and Work
Crown
Bridge a Specialty.
BLOUNT BUILDING. 29 of the Donelson Tract bounded as '"fc.*Cd'eaDaify.Cotton
follows: beginning' at a point on ,N. te. N err' ; Letter.i II Painless Extracting of Teeth.
side of Romana St. 8 ft W. of a con- Barn;. New York.'llar'W- 28% S. Palafox St.
Anna M, Ital bk, Alcese Ha. much better OF PENSACOLA, FLA.
tinuation of the, W. line of Barcelona ., 868. morning was 7 and 9 Old Armory Building. j
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St., thence W. along Romana St. 40 vana. expected being ndue about 4 points I w. H.KsovrLBs.! Pres. W.K Aria:Jo,V.-Prea. and CiM..r.I Phone 1077.
ft.. thence N. 240 ft., thence E. 40 Gurll, Run Lk, Blomberg 702 Bar higher and coming higher on spots'I T.W. BREST: and W N.BOBBRTB. Asst.Cuhien .
We are now ready to rent ft., tnenca S. 240 ;ft. to point of bee baioes to Pensacola Lumber Co. and about 8 higher on arrivals... Asa DtBJCTou-F.: C. Brent. W. A. Blount W. H. Knowles, W. K. Hyer. Jr..
the offices In this fire g'nning, $100 and,other ,consideration. Pedro Lacave, Span. bk,, Maristang, result.of the better cables our mar D. U. Brent. I
proof, steam heated electric +iA. E. Schmitz to :W. L. Morgan W 509, Savannah to Rlx M Robinson,' kets opened some 7 points higher than A GENTLEMAN'S TASTE IS BEETSUITED
and gas lighted build. % of NW4 of lot 5 In N4 of Sec. 33 Precursore, Ital bk. Schiafflno. 1508, last night's c1osIng''but" there was considerable WITH A :'
ing. Tenants get lower T, 2 S R 30 W., ?. 10!) and other considerations Genoa to Rosasco Bros profit taking on both sides,
insurance rates. If application Scillm, Hal I bk, Zeno. 1220.. South. neither caring to have too heavy a !
be made at once Theresa Cohen and husband, A. M. hampton to Rosasco Bros. load over the, census. report on.. Tues- CERTIFIED CHECK 1
offices be Starthem, Br bk, Maitland, 1272 day nextThere N.. SfiU3. 1I
may arrangedto Cohen to 0. L .Bass,, ah of block 171, I
suit tenants Applications West King Tract, except lots 17 and Antwerp. was a report in circulation 50 CIGAR.
are made daily for 18, $100 and other considerations.W. Schooners. th"at Mr. Price had' returned to Nsw C..Vt.tAMAR.Viei-Prtlldent Prtsldint. and Cuhtor. J.JOHN W. ANDREWS.PFEIf FEB.AultUnt AnHUM Cukler CMklir.U. All the qualities of flavor,aroma i i
choice locations. Always M. MeClellan to" W. R Runyan, Lizzie E. Demison Am sch., Peck; York and was buying cotton exp'ectlng'a' E. CLARK color and gootf material !
ready to show plans and an undivided one-third interest in *52. to master.' bullish report from.the government embodied in It
prlc sHooton. blocks 176. 181.;197, 198 and 200.West Horatio L. Bak'!r. Am sch, Mohr,' but this could not be confirmed and THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
King Tract, $100 and other considerations 720. Lagua to J. A. Merritt &; Co. we are inclined. doubt its correctness I A. Greenhut & Co.

Thos. S. Dennison, Am .sch. ,; Wade, Of PCNSMCOL. FLA. ,
James :Alexander to Rosetta Jordan, 1329 .Baltimore to order.. .The weather through the western DISTRIBUTORS
S. 37 ft. of N. 110 ft. of lot 6. block 1, Barkentlnes.Beatrice belt was unseasonably cold and heavy DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. PENSACOLA. FLORIDA.

East rations.King. Tract ?1 and other consid, Am bktn. Casaveggio, 1430 tions rains both were east reported and west from, while most sec the 'CAPITAL STOCK, KOO.OOO.: SURPLUS, W9.0DO. L i
I Rctterdam to Pen!acola Lumber Co. .
& Watson. Emily C. Wright to I: D. Green all' forecast ;'s for more rain Sunday DIRECTORS. A GOOD CARRIAGE.When
of lot 181 block ,27, Old City $1000 throughout the b'lt. .
and other considerations. I The amount brousrht.Into; sight for Henry L. Covlngton, Frank Reilly, F. E'Brewner.
the week ,was 158,000' bales against W. s. Rosasco, C. W. Lmnar. you want a 'good carrlaga 4
Frank Wilson to N. B. Butler N% J. M. Pfeiffer, t
Agents.AREYOHEADY
of NWIi of ,SEtf of Sec. 7 T 1 S R COFFEELr !! 161,416 bales last week ani 211a97 Bryan Dunwody, T. F. McGourin, J. R. Scondcra, prcmpt service and safe and careful i iHACKMAN'S
-- 30 W.. 20 acres. %20. last year. Many r'K.J traders.seem to A. M. Avery W. ".Milton, 0. E. M ura. treatment remember the original.
Wm. K. Cbestnut,to J. W. Hjer. lot l' be short and they are watcalng each W. L. Cowthon Dr. W. J. Hannah MKenzle Oertlng, EXCHANGE.
2. Sec. 4, T 1 N R 30'W.., less 6 acres other: narrowly. ready to skip,at th'3 Alex McGowlo, C. M. Covlngton. "M. E. Clark. PHONE 185.
? on N. side of said lot 80 acres $1 ara tbe PSonsst least sign of dissention ;n the ranks. It was founded in 1892 and it has 4
and other, cons'deratidng Coffee Roasters of The Bombay movement is very null- Accounts of Banks. Individuals, Corporations Firms Solleltod. reputation for polite and careful drivers

J. K. McCasklll to T. H. Long, lots "Eh receipts for the week; being C2.003; Four per c.nt Interest Paid on Tim. Deposits. and the best Informed cabmen lathe
Those cheap rates expire April 7th 9 and 10. block 84,.,Tfew C'ty Tract, West Florida.McHUGH'S bales against 103.000 last year an1: city. Following are the member
to California and the NorthwestEach $1000 and other considerat ons. 71,000 the prev'ous y ar. and their hack numbers:
I !Mark Mayo to J. A. Mathews, a certain A te'egram from Little Rock wb! ie A. M. Soloman. No. l; A. J. Leggett; ;
first and third Tuesday tick. parcel of land' beginning at a Mr, Theo. H. Prtc eta are almost given away to Texas, stake situated 4 chains and 45 links BLENDShavenoequal. nent New Orleans brokers were entertained tJsRKESE. President B., W. MBNEFTB. I via No 8; S. Sunday Jr., No. 11; C.
Oklahoma and that section. I W. of 6E corner of NW% of SE% of stated that Mr. Price said f, R. M. GARY. VIce-PrsldenL H. Taylor, No 12; O. Abdelcothe. No.
Sec. 5 T :S) N R 30 W.. thence running before leaving. "I would advise cau- 15; U. J. Parker. No. 18; T. II Hear-
First class round trip conventionrates I 15 chains'and 80 Jinks; thence W. t1 tlon .'n accepting reports of increased i THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF PENSACOLA.f old No. 21; S. Bibbs, No. 26; M P,:t-

to California In May and July.I links, thence a little W. of S., to a Atria] acreage. My.estimate 'of Cite government -I piroctors-L J. 'fteves, J. 8. Reese W.* DeC. KtiUcr.; R. W., : 1.r'l tereon. No. 30; A. J. Bras well, No. 77:
not far from 10- All the above are nice, closed: car
I stake situated 1 chaIn and 50 links W.. will convince the con report is T. w. A. D'AUmberte, T. A. Jennings, J. J. Hooton.
-Through Pullman Tourist Cars from I Iashington. of point of beginning, thence E. to 500,000 bales. I am bullish on the I I i' 'TRANSACTS AGENERAL BANKING .BUSINESS.. riages.
'' D. C.. to San Francisco point of beglnn'ng. 2 ,acres $45. noisseur that we outlook" 5 YOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTTULL\ Signed J. STAL1.WORTH, Pres,
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via! Atlanta, Montgomery Mobile and Mark Mayo to L. N. Strickland, beginning make no extravagant There is no question in our minds 011.NN111/11/NN.NN.1NNNN..... .......... By C. H, TAYLOR. Sec. and Tres.,
Sex Orleans and Southern Pacific I at the SW corner of Strick that the time Is very ripe for a rad'cal I I
(Sunset Route) and from St. Louis I land's store,. thence running S. 37 f'. claims. t. bull movement. With a heavy short 0 I. :
J? Wabash and Union Pacific and thence SB 174 ft. thence N. 131 ft. interest in the' market the only necessary -!I : Vloe.P .iJDU'I'. I
miltE T. 6.: W4LL48 TimberLauds
Kansas leader with .nLTO Pa..mu'l'
City. tang is a money 1. ,
I thence S. ISO ft. to point of beginn'ng' 4iHIKB. ANSlULD III0RL"cf t0, 1eerC..artr.:
Sec. 5TSNR30W.$175. Wholesale and RetailGROCERS who will start the ball rolling. Can ;i B.Y. W6BSrw.

TV> have the best service to China, G. E. Kirk toGeo. C Brosnaham.E be ba found? j I Citizens National Bank I _
Japan and Hawaiian Islands. A I'tf bad weather in the belt win '
% of lot 203 block 25, Old City. $1
of PcasaeaU.: Florida.
Pensacola Railroad Co. to Wm. Kendrick be the signal for an effort on.the partof $200,00000 deals and up; also farms

No; trouble to answer questions.J. NE% of SE 4 of S>c. 9 T 5 N. the professional to run out tae t..right. Morns Bear. T.'ECfO3.E \Vell BIT 21 Robmson. L. Hflton Ore.o I and city property for Investment,, or
W.
I R. 30 W.. 40 acres. $50. southern shorts In the new crop Gco: mill and turpentine locations, vlr-,
and all kinds of Feed Vo'ere indications today fUNERAL/ BACKING BUSIHfSS TRANSACTED saw
F. VAN RENSSELAER, months and there s A .
O. L. Bass to J*.D. Green E% of lot timber, hardwoois.
pine cypress
G. W ELY,T. P.A. General Agt. that such a movement was start- g'n
other
40. block 8, Old Xty, $100 and Stuffs.Pluto -
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farm, etc. $aw mill and turpentine -
124 Peacbtree St, considerations Ing. ... _. --. -- stock
Atlanta, Ga. F. M. Ifarr'son: to I* '-I. Davis lot The New Yorkrdry goods; market reports 1 I land a specialty. .Call on us
17, block 23, East King Tract East bleached goods seFIng well with 4.I lor address Box 115. DeFuniak Springs

STEAMBOAT SCHEDULE of Tarragona Street,' $100. and other WaterWholesale actual the scare whole:ty i'we some are quarters.On 'nelin:,d. to I I ; R :'fI'"C.A..R cfe CO. "" M w r r.

considerations. Wholeul aDd ErUU Pttlcf i.
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6TEVMER CAPT. FRITZ, J. M. and perhaps a bureau report s me-.}f Steam, Domestic Anthracite f** fA Fla.TURNER&AYMARD
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FreIght ,service master.between Passengers Pensacola ana Eicambla 'Lodge, No. 15, F. & A. M.. and: Retail what in the nature of a surprise to|I I and Blacksmithf V I.i I.r .

md Freeport, Fla. At Baylen street Regular communication of the out talent of the However, conservatism until this reportIs Is the I I i Offiee--No. 43 Sooth Palafox Street Telephone..S3.Yir.1 r I F Real Estate an I
wharf Wednesdays. Tourists and Escambia Lodgs No. 15, F. &: way Tarragona and Gonzalez trggt Phones and $72
others desiring: to see places of Interest G A.. M. will be held Monday New Orleans Grocery Co best policy.! !i! o comef : : Abstract Company,
on March 19, at 8
Choctawhatchle evening I -
Rosa Sound should Bay make and this Santa trIp..IIpec131 o'clock. Visiting brethren fraternally .For a meld easy action of the bowels !:I Sawmill and Turpentine Land a 8ptO

: rates for parties of ten invited. a single dose of Doan's Ragulets Is II clalty.P. .
inore For rates or other Information or- C. D. .BEYER.W Jas. McHughi" enough.' Treatment cures babitualconstipation. I I for The JOu'rmjli
app1y'on board or address P. O. G. DAJLET.,- W. M. 25 cents a box.' ..Ask Subscribe. D. Bal 115. DiMii Sjrlnu, lrliia
Box 69:, Pensacola Fja, Secretary// Phone 1O5. Proprietor.;;your dni gis!: for them i.-.
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A. HENRY WHITE Honesty and fair dealing will be :our watchword, and. we will at all times promise, a square deal' to :all. JAMES R. NIX


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H? i tE* t6r SIF:ix at:: *7ex '.K *' '$'';b !, : "'i; K $'i'$_ HHH -;)*r t: viands keen sight of the as public to the, is wishes.the one anal. !.who.dE','!: i< ::0 i< j,. Mi&$3d&Mdk. ii9; ill i J7

fPIANOS AND ORGANS. '; clip coupons and keeps, Jab on a fat fe
& CASH OR EASY TERMS x:i Amusements. $ Union Labor Hall bank account. Hustling?, and plentyof 'a .
f.Ht & All Piano Work Guaranteed. ;pi44 it, counts for' considerable, but "
:l # CLUTTER A RUSHING, llcb I x z xc ,I ,Room_ 1, "OJd, Armors;y Building.\ 0., without the other qualifications mentioned .: ', j "
,JJf 12 EAST GOVERNMENT ST. the good.American ..
I meanjng qf Xhis f :
i '.I" # PHONE: 476. "It Land.." \ A L DGEROOM: : .: '"-word Bta&dVWr :ibiitlitlle.When ..q ";. 't1lll'iT ,,..-
'\.I\.'' t "Through Holy SeibeL,>: roa., flr.st'w nt intoth '' .
t On Tuesday evening' March. 27, 'sufficient to = ,
: accommodate troublend
**'IlIlY **&*# **& showbusineSg 'they hadtheir
, Rev. Chas. E. Hartkoff; pastorof- St. 75 people for' rentat. ".. plenty, of them. This was' three: '
' s Joseph's church, will deliver lecture, .J'e.bJi.) rate (*'*/: .years ago and.the.fact'that. they have
upon the {Jlojy) Land, 't through .which' :' i succeeded ern beyond 'Ull! lr"own ex"- i i
Florida andAlabama he hastraveled extensively. Tile lecture -; MECHANICS'HEADQUARTERS 'a1e tat ons ia _mewhat'pt1zzlhig to WHY NOT?
i has been.prepared'from notes!! \ 1 everybody' in the. business except the
LAND COMPANY of his travels and J. 'wjth the :superb Where employers, Gel'w-r" Seibe Bros themselves. hey: give
f illustrations will prove an 'attraction1of .'the secret according to the +9 1' t
cure help. Office clerk in away is I
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more than ordinary interest. The why you
Manufacturers of ] charge all the tlme..Phone press agent for the benefit of the public -
im and Dealers in lecture will be given for'the benefit ot'!' 776 and you will be, sup- first' and 'old showmen secondly J.' should pay'cash when.you are buying house
St. Joseph's church and will commence Seeing the &eea' df'a new abow'andfeeling
tUMBER SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLES I'
\ plied. fumiehings. Every business
! : promptly; at 7:45 p. m. The Illustrations that perforaance consisting man procures
AND KILN DRIED SAP.
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-_-----S------- Lloyd-Hall Co.HarrisonParkinson. BUILD 'HOM'E81! .that sirupt would Everybodyaid'getting astonish,:interest entirely and in- ,.. why should you not receive credit whenbuying1 i
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_Company. I awjajr from the usual. acts aeen with I II for the home?
Theatre-goers of Pensacola -will be I the ordinary..dog..and. pony show- I
II I You welcome at* time
: I ':- are to come
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pleased to learn of the return of the ----------1 ads which have been sen since the .
;: :t popular H3trris-FarkJnson( Companywho shows 'Is the latest tested t exhibition dog and'poD.y. show.Walt in.!ita.infancy x': '" here and' chpose such articlcs as you may +

.I" THE it will be remembered, made so to 'seek fame in the amusement fields'J-they .1 launched thejj!" .,enterprise, first .. ,need, and pay for them when can. '
you
: strong an impression on their former Three 'progressive and successful. securing the finest stock that money
? visits to this- city. This season thecompany young business men. the 'S-elbel Bros.,'I' could buy and in addition entering i' 'Youcirri: just as well as not' have the goods, delivered right away and use them

J; has,all new plays and a car of \Vatertown. : WIs., ar& the new seek I!I I the training ,barn\the,us@'lv, engaging ;- while iyou are paying for them. Read here of some extra good values .: I
H load of Cf'nerwith. which they stage ers after renown from? the saw-dust 1 1I ,l the servtceeof, the furemgtEltrainief'and .,
If* 1 the-m. arena, and) from all reports they are : ringmaster Ij ,Ajrwr ja, ru
PEOPLE'S'SHOE .T
Robert H. Harrli, recognized: todayas I reaping p.' harvest of'good' American!II Backed' by ;tie qualities 'which ,got t
one of"the 'Jeading: actors, I dollars, presenting" a great show with!{ -make successful "showmen Seibel .Just Think of This !
I still heads the company and.-,this season ,their 'Wonderful'' dogs, ponies, and Brps: rallied' forth wfth} the result that
is supported'by 'an 'eve'n stronger I monkeys, some two hundred in number -!I after their[ : first performance in a city .
company than last ,year; The plays and are rapidly winning name|Leach succeeding one ,bas been atten a
f presented this 'season are entirely which will soon be one to conjure|Jeir 1 I : by, .more" people> ttban the tentI .-j-: .- We. will sell-you, a, celebrated ",.. i
i iV" U new to the popular 'priced theatres as l with. The Selbel Shows are coming"to ;I I would hold. For yea; It is the first time they have been Pensacola. They will spend two pony show has been'+%thing of child's
leased to repertoire and'are all recent I I days in this city, making their initial delight and something 'new in the
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New York successes.. : The opening bow. in this, 'city. before a local' auofi- 'four footed fun malting line is by no ,5%( Buck Range for $37.50
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STORE welcomed with'more than u' ual
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interest, as something new in the .' f'' ;, t.
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z s too amusement frequently line nowadays, doesn't' happen,J any,j jJTojt i: ''. : :. .' ,$3.00 Cash and110c a day until paid for. ; .

f 1wx. alone is>the ring performance :
Y ''a top. notcher ..b'ntj} thej"aqimai\ actors"I
effing l it are said/fq..b ,.ma.ry.fI"JQr W e ;also have the largest and most complete line.of Furnitureever

t> 32 W. Government St. beauty intelligence, ., obedience.Among'the .

r i;ir ,ponies .*,\s little, "Soow in Pensacola which would be show
Cloud the smallest- full grown ; seen we glad to you.
thoroughbred Shetland pony, in the t
world. .Kokomo, sai4.Jto be the. nearest r
'appro ch, to manj which the apa
r. Lischkoff, Prop'trWin t ", orS J has produced,'"Is he greatestof : ,:' 4? ,Parlor' Suites.
fih 'J the monkeys, and; Scqu ,- he wonderful :. ,
+c r ap tramp dog."fakes; the, centre t
1I.1 ot the stage as the. bright particular t

LA mq c street star 'ofhe parade. ,canine which"qccurrs..cpntlngent., Wednekday The! e"W.( .can sell you a handsome Parlor Suite, finished in

y Ez Opned r.y .5 own" mon story lng in miniature at 11:30. o'clock'\t. tell its?'i i iwpr.Thomas'Electrlc : : mahogany at the: low :price. of ,$32.00-$3 down '


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!'*' -" OLljs the best '
:.j.,4 : remedy'for that often .fatal dIsease- 26 and, 28 East, Garden Street. '
( rz'h croup. :Has been u8 with succsss in'
Im I I our family for eight, years,"-'airs. Vh
MARCH 17, Whit acre, Bugalo.,N. Y.: L.I

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As Played by "the- HarriSTParkinson: Company, at the Opera ,House. all|; Next I YOU FAIL TO SEE REGISTRATION

iI ,,. Week. tf. 0,' i OUR .IFINE' .LINE ,OFMEN'S l

Consisting of Vici i t| 5' BOOKS ARE OPEN
-bl.' will be a complete scenic production -,'ertcea next 'Wedn -sdar afternoon, givi;
Patent Leathers, High of "H arts .of the"Blue Ridge,"' log a total'of four.perforauncea dur.i _...-
I J'J'i a heart-render4ng story that appeal SPRINGOXFORDS aSUPERVISOR
Tops. Low Quarters ing the'engagement'of t-wojdays.: Thltart
' to every man,;woman and child., The' : and subsequent career 'oj( theca SCOTT WILL BE ATCOURT"
'IPSf and all styles of Foot I vaudeville part of the company in-;.young showmen show\ Jhat brains -
wear. Also a full line: I eluded the great''Pbelps Cullenblne> and determination! can ,accomplish,, .nl : HOUSE ALL THIS
Trio of singers, apd' dancers; the nm-|!I America. > *
t of CanvasShoes, Slip !slcal team, Fayne & Tyson; LeCompt',I The show business is'an,: industry WEEK, BEGINNINGTUESDAY.
Jr pers, Rubbers, etc., to' & Leuler, song illustrators and the!, !in itself, and good showmen. like ) ,
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American Bios c"e. The usual ladies' great musicians, are bqrn/O9t. made r
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ffc fit old and young., tickets will bj in force the opening I i Competition, rivalry and..'opposition THEY LOOK WELL TO ....
. night and are on sale Satur 'a1'. are the three great facto,.,to contend AND. \r.1 -
---..,...,t with and watch closely,and the show*] THE EYE FEEL ''Supervisor of' Registration W. : Itching J Scabby Skin Bone rains Swellings
Seibel Bros.: Dog &,.;' Pony Show. 1 man with a clear foresight, -a, cool GOOD TO THE FEET. J. Scott will j ba at the court house ; ,
The Barnum of all dog and pony J i I head and good judgement, -with 'a Tuesday and during the balance of*. JtJ'oaha..aehe.' heali all Scabs,Scales,Etupt1 one.Watery w
DROP' IN. AND .TRY Art ..: an.t: pains in bones, Busters by glrtag pur 1,bcaltli blood
I Prices Will i Be Our i the. .week, and thereafter: for four I -ft! back htohingltcabby aDd Joints affected part
1 # I ,PAIR ON= weeks on Thursdays, Fridays. : andSaturdays. 4' Skin. Blood fee 1.
hot.8wollenGlands, CANCERSnppnratln
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Best Argument. : v I' Bliincs and Bump
I The supervisor is opening the books on the Skin Mncut '
Tb tberefletant Patches to Mont.how.rhuaaleeiclnood PwellingsEatlaSSorea'Tmor.ugiyUlcers. !:
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I ----'f.. -'r' *o> that all who are not registeredcan Sore Throat Pun- Sur"a
j .. '" do so before the coming primary. Balm .maklqtbc.: plea Bpouailrnn,Ooppe r..ooIOredbloodllUelD4dd1. down orwor.p r.UUnt cancer Pimple perfectly., Swelling If TOO, tifj'| ::i
I taint,take Blood Balm and they
jt A' great"mltny young men have be Ulcerion&nypartof
I ; '- ;1:: tody. Hair or IOJebtowtfatligout: ,tAU appear before they develop SOLO Cancat
Everything new and -t tIih : ,come of age.sines the last registrationwhile I'i Botanic Botanic Blod Balm (R.l.Btit l"
i Blood Balm, Guaranteed
others 'have move* .inland> become ant and safe to o.Jamil11oInsrrec1ent.
just from the factory, H. O AH'SON. to ear the worst and most deep Mated for 30 years. ; s
residents. These will all want catei. Heels al(sores.stops aU aches aDd .. btrenfibent "ellLr.Ir
3 if* The purchase of one ; 'and the books pains,''redaat All swellings,makes blood acfci cure Dyipepila... Prf e at;' K s
to. register are opened para and rich chancing the body Into Jarc.r bottle. Tak. directed. /
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I pair of our Shoes will for'that purpose. healthy condition cured when ,right quantity U *JJr|,
iS make call for another. cm: CLOTHIER:; : 'OM RbwuiUa. Cctanh.Eczema, Scrahla moneY'retun4ed.' Sample bent f rsaJrnrttlnjBloodBaimCaAtlania.OA.. T
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are caused bl Poison ID the Blood. B.B.B scribe your trouble spectol ITC tit
;. We, have Shoes to suit The highest ;fade Tea on the. market is tops Hawking aoJ,'Upttung.. .,, Itching andBorauvblat cal advice. .to. salt your wee, also **
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that fought by The Journal Puzzle
I Army during the past week. ;
. It was a noble fight and even those tj/ 1a
who have been defeated deserve the
I greatest credIt. Out of 365 answrs P 1QF p T 'S t,
, received, not mOre than 50 missed i
, two or more ans\\"ers. and all the 4 pt Eti

others would go on the honor list If := -
A there was apace to publish their \-7)l <-T-1 i-::
J names. But-there are too many of -
them this time.' 5(1ij -.- p- : .
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A large number of coupons had they I i t
: correct answers to "No. 2 and 6," but at t
on second thought a line had been ; 7E;;( / =:::- :, -
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:, knife" and other tools substituted. In ((1 HAS NT H6 A
,J a few instances "No 6" had also been tea P vot E. : J A t'
written "'pl ne" but "level" substitute "i y
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best"
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Nos 2, '3, '7 and 8," mowed the
:i arm down by the hundred.

J Many New Puzzlers.
More new names appear among
I those!; who sent correct answers, than
, usual and the unusual number of,new .
recruits: who are enlisting every
i 'week is a matter of pride with TheJournal
, (! for the paper has no friends
whom it values more than it does the vx eeuret:
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I its Puzzle Army. And. The Journal is
, just as proud of those who fail week
J alter week but keep on trying aa it
:, u of those whq answer correctly every
, veel or those who get the dollar. ForIt
. stows the stuff they are made of '- ;)-., .... -.
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girls and .bojs-the kin! who will ;' : t 't
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any of. .you fall to "show up" with; : .. -
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every Thursday e-ven] ..
:, ing And-If it could be done honor- TO THE BOY OR GIRL WHOSE NAME IS DRAWN FROMTHE CORRECT ANSv.ERS: RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE; BY NEXT_ THURSDAY NIGHT, THE JOURNAL WILL GIVE A SILVER DOLLAR.
a My-would give ...e dollar some;
J fines to those brave little puzzlers .

I who. are not entitled to It-they haven Bayliss. City;. W.. Effie Suggs. City :Minnie: Barbare City; Dennis Eagan, they will know they are O. K; if not ning for that ola dollar and if I get lar.: But. I do hope that my answers I day's puzzles were received this week.
. bw so brave and-but then they'll! Richard Vogel. Warrington Fla.; City; Callie Colvin. City; Kell West, each Puzzler will understand "wh>."* any of them. wrong I will get therein are correct because they haven't beenin 'among them Clara :Wiley's from Hammond
*1)) "get there" in due time. j Kathleen Wheat Millvlaw; Bennie sty; William Le, City; Arnold Sara. Ray Merritt, Cil>-, writes: "Dear due time." a long time. I hope there will not Ind., ''''m correct. They ara
J Louie Barbare. 435 East Intendencla Walker; Millview. Fla.; Lloyd Wheat, City; George V. Greenwood, City; Mr. Editor-I seem street: is entitled to the dollar this Millview! Fla.; Margaret Bell. Mill Latoskey Bray City; Annie Mooney, from the mark, or the dollar every Here I am again and I hope that my the paper two weeks ago. I remain postmarked. m:' "Received"Hammond.Pensacola March.
' time and I U Invited to call for it at TCW.: Fa.; Sammie Stewart. Bagdad, City; Modeste Peake. City; Helen time, but I am going to get one of Puzzle ,la correct. I have never .answered your puzzle soldier." 9 10 m"
J The Journal office. ria,; Carey Stewart. Bagdad.Fla..; Stokes. City; Kathleen Stokes City; them dollars jet unless fate is against :jour. Pazzles but once' it was Ah. Miss Bessie-it is only the a.
, Correct Answers. Addis: Stewart Bagdad. ,,Fla:; Grace''I Marjorie McLean. Escambia Fla.; I me. But I am not discouraged yet. I correct but. to late to conquor that "hard" ones that are worth while. The One little puzzler put a green "One'
Correct answers to the Puzzle Pictures Chariton. City; S. Stewart, Bagdad Jack Gentry, Milton Fla.; Willi8ml have tried again. This time I believeI dollar, but hope to 'get it this time. harder they are tfte more glory in cent stamp on her. answers and the
I which apt'areain The Journal Fla.; Ella Beatrice Butler City; Lucy I Gentry, Milton, Fla; Frank Gentry, am 'a little nearer that dollar. This :Jean Neel of Westville- "Dear Mr. getting them and the more they train postmaster collected! another penny
, Sunday March. 11. are Swaine/City; EJ 'Swalne. City: Millie Jr. Milton Fla.: Alma B. Parka Car time, but If I miss this time I am goIng Editor-I will answer the puzzles for your mind to solve the"hard" ones you from the Puzzle department. An
Hammer.. Swaine City; B.. il. Sjkes, Montgomery rabelle. Fla.; Alice P. Pntchard, City; I to keep on until I do gt close my second time. I have sent them in will be called upon to solve as you other little puzzler put a stamp on her
, :--Drill Ala.; Bertha,Gagnet..City; Willie Edna Briggs City: Oma H. Coker, enough to put It in my pocket Your once before but never' got that old grow, older. envelop 'and then brought it to The
, 3.-<:hisel Johnson. City; Arthur J. Johnson, Roberts Fla.; Nellie Glackmeyer little 'puzzle friend. Ray Merritt. Flipp' ry dollar.: I think my answersare I That Honorable Dollar. Journal office
4.HatcheL, City; Mildred Louise Bowman Hol- City; Wesley Woodland City AnnlB Gertie McDonald,. Htj( writes: all 0., K. I do not know though.I Essie White Bagaad: "Dear Mr. Remember-Always put a red stamp.
I 5.-Auger.S lander., .Miss:: ; Ella May Bab City; R. Pfeiffer. City. I "Dear Editor-I am sending my an- am not so certain about the first and I Eflltor-I will send the puzzles In, for on each envelope you send toy(mail, n?: .
/ .. Edna Seritas New Orleans, La.; :Master : Some Letters Received I swers in for the first time and if I last one. Well I will close hoping to the first time this year of 190( With matter whether you live in Pensa
-Drawing Knife P. Witman. City; Leona :Murphy. From the large, number of letters, don't get that dollar" this time I will win the dollar. I k'nd wishes, hoping to get that hon cola or not And It makes no differ
, -Screw Driver City! ; CIdeIurphy.:: City; Belle Murphy received only a few of the best can: try' till I .do" Bessie L. Ferryman, City writes: orable dollar, Essie White.. Bagdad, ence whether jour envelop in sealed,
. S.-Plane. City; Kathleen :McKinnon: :Mns-: be'printed. If the names of the: Mamie Monti City: "My Dear "Dear :Mr.: Puzzle Editor-Here is another Fla." or not-It requires a red stamp to getIt
Correct Answers Received. cogee, Fla; Esther Drackett. :Morgan: writers appear in the "Correct" list'_Friend "Mr. Puzzle Editor-I am run- attempt for' that 'slippery dol-i I A number .of answers to last Sun! I 'delIvered'' in your own city.

/ Correct answers to all thy last City. La.: Gay Holland. City; Lilla!I
Lowr CUy Maude' Clarke CUE
j Snzzle ; ; ; :
pictures were sent 'In by the I :Manuel: Johnson, City; Lloyd Blumer, :: ::s. "SU .s. .
, following girls and boys of the puzzle City; Clarenee Martin., City; 'LettleMartin. "

' army: I ,City; Leona Blumer City; Althea -

, Aubrey Graham City; Henry Wad Blumer.. City,: A. Dannheisser I SERVICES AT PENSACOLA CHURCHES TO-DAY. i

dell. City; Pearl Suggs CUr; JudithMaxwell. City; Anna. Lisa Henrickson. City;
, James W.. Tenn. City; Bovkin: flyer
City; Evelyn Maxwell: City; .XTabel Hokett.. City Carl 1
;
' Lola! Lee Wilf' I City; --SUiNlSmI." != """" ::SS
Daniels. City; C. DanfcJ" Thorpe City; Louise Barbare. City;

City. Grace Reilly City; Joel I Mary Abraham, City Bridget Di Lu;- .

, Harrison McDavid Fla.; Mamie Mon.! tro, City; Susie Eagan, City; Tom following will be the order of ser rD. D 'Rector. Sundays 7:30 and 11 a, in'g Wednesday evening: '7-43... Song ed are the Poor 'in Spirit" held in the PeasacoU. Library build

I <' City; Harvey: Bayliss City; Ethel'I II I King, City; Barnie Laughton CHj-; vices at the various churched throughout J -. m.; 5 p. m.Wednesdajs. service Thursday 7: '30 p. m., All :: 2. Recitative" Bass-"Let Your Light leg on East Chase. .street.
the city today: and Fridays-Holy welcome. so Shine.
Catholic. s Air Bass-"Love Your Enemies. Second Church of Christ, Scientist.
Communion 7:30 a. m;' Dally at 5 p .
St. Michael's Church. First mass 7 Baptist 3. Air Tenor-"When Thou Prayest"4..Chorus.The The Secon-tf Church of Christ
: o'clock; children's mass 9 'oVock; m.For holy week special notice will be First Baptist. Church Sunday Lord's Prayer." -lentlst-Servlct'6 every Sunday;;
PUZZLE ANSWER COUPON last mass 10:30 o'clock; vespers 4 given. school 9:30.a.: m.: ,Rev._ W. A. Wray 5. Air Contralto-"Lay not up for morning at 11 o'clock Wednesday af:
o'clock.St. St. John's Church. WarringtonRev. of Dayton, Kentucky, :will fill the pul- Yourselves Treasures upon Earth. ternoons 3 o'clock. Reading room
Joseph's Church-Until further : Jf R. Bicknell, priest in charge. pit at both morning and evening ser- 6. Chorus-"But Lay up :TreasuresIn open dilly from 10 a. m. to 3 p. nu
Answers Must Be Written on This 'Coupofc: Blmk. No r Heaven." <*here Christian Science literature
notice is given the following will be .Services'today at 7.30: p m. vices., .
Attention Will Be FiU Those Not Written' Oa It No,. -, the Lenten Service schedule at S! r Century Mission-Rer. J. R. BIck The following. musical program. will 7. Recitative Soprano "Is not. ,Life may be had. Room 6 Masonic. Teals
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Exception to this. Rule. :, Joseph's church on West Government I nell priest in charge. Services today be rendered More Than Meat" pie. .
street: I atlla.m.- I II "Sing Alleluia Forth."-,Buck, Air .Soprano-"Consider the Lilies
My answers, to the puzzles in The Journal'today. we as follows: I 7 Low Methodist. "Praise M> Soul -the King"-Hj dn. of the Reid. St Cyprian Mission (Col.)
Sundays- a. m. Mass and Instruction I
It Shall be St. Cyprian Mission (colored) Old
8 Chorus-"Ask
thodist Church-I "Lead us 0.Father.y-Barnby. and
>
9
; a. m. Sunday school10 Pajafox Street M
Christ Church Building-Rev. D. D.
.
110m.Woodward."Art
Mass and Instruction Vreeland, pastor. Services "The Radiant Given unto,You"Sunday
No.l.1 r a. m. High ; 7:30p. f Rev. W. Q.
= Moore pastor. Sunday school t:30
nou'Wearr' Bullmger. school at the Stoddart Ave-
m. Vespers Instruction. Rosary and i 11 a. m.and 7:30( p-m. Sunday school
will preside at the nue Mission at 3:30 p, m. C. F. Zeek a. m. Services 11 a. m. and 7:30: p.
Willis
Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament, 9-30, a.. m. J. N. Andrews Supt. Miss Alice
.. communion
m. Holy third Sun-
superintendent. All are corolally invited every
No. 2. 6:30 m. Home organ.
Wednadays-7:30 p. m.. Rosary I Epworth League : p day.
Reading on the Passion and Benediction I Missionary, Society well meet Thursday :Mr.: :\Iax'Iein' rg violin. I .
of the Blessed Sacrament. i afternoon at 3:30. East Hill Baptist Church 11th Ave,,. .
No. 3. Gadsden Methodist Church I I and Chase Street-Rev. J...W. Senter- Umversalist A Valuable Policy.In .
Street
Fridajs-7.30 p. m.. Way of the r School at 10 First Universalist Church-East to-day's paper appears an ad. for
. I fit Sunday a.I
Regular pastor.
. Cross and Benediction of the Blessed Rev... F. A. Rogers pastor. l I second and fourth Chase street Sunday School at 10 a. Chas. A. Redditt, ,of Chlpley Fla.,
. 7:30 Sun- Preaching .every
: services 11 a. m. and p. m. m.
I Sacrament. I Y. P. C. U. 6:30 nu ,All are district manager of the Fidelity Mo
No.4 .... 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. m. p.
!day school 9:30 a. m. Young peoples Sunday at
Holy Mass on week days at 8 tual Insurance Company of Philadel
cordially Invited to attend.
, . Union Epworth League 7 p. Prayer meeting 'every Tuesday nlgnt
, o'clock except Saturdays when it will 6pm.' phia. ,ThIs company U writing the
... be at 7:30 o'clock.Confessions I m. at 7:30 b'clock. most popular form of Insurance. They
No. S . . ; West Hill Baptist church. W Jackson Christian.
in the evenings before write that Income
First Christian church 43 E a policy provides an
-f4. . f Lutheran Church. street-Rev J. W.. Senterflt pas life in
Sundays Holy Days'of Obligation 'and street. Sunday school for the event of total
. Cl'.urch-Rev. J. Sunday school 10 a. m. Preach- Gregory
No. First Fridays from 4 p. m. to 9 p. m. German Lutheran tor. 10 m., H. J. Mackey, Supt disability besides double face value
6 a.
. W. Reinhardt pastor. SunnySchool : ing first and third Sunday at 11
F.
every
-
Baptisms Sundays at 2 p. m. or by I Communion at 11 a. m. conducted by of policy in case of accidental death.
. . 9 a. m. German service 10:30: a. m. and 7:4)0: ) p. m. Prayer meeting
appointment.St. E. B. CerutL Prayer meeting Thursday rate is the
and the practically same
No. 7 . -- . a :. No services at night English Lenten every Sunday 7 p..m.. at.7.30 In.fAlL' cordially Invited
a' p. other insurance. Better nor.
as
,. service every Wednesday night at I
Katha-lne's-Cen8.ntes Davis
,. street Rev. Andrew T. Sharpe and S. 130 p., m. ,Church meeting at the Presbyterian.First _v respond with him.CROSSES.

. u UNo. 8. f 'i T. B. rector. church'at 3 p. mAll voting membersare Presbyterian ChurchRev.Julian Salvation Army.
attead. OF HONOR.All .
; Sundays: Holy Communion 7:30 a. requested to S., Sibley, pastor. Sunday
No. 9 ., m.; Holy Communion 1st and 3rd Sun- Scandinavian Lutheran Church- school 9:30 a.'m. Christian Endeavor Meetings nightly at the Army' Hall Confedeate Veterans who d_;
fI Services at 10:30 a m. and 5 p. m. Preaching 11 a. m. and A cordial welcome U extended to all
11 4
Matins and 4:30
j day a. m.; sermon p. p. m. sire Crosses of Honor will please no-1
Rev. Helle pastor. 7:30 p. m. Sunday school: every Sunday 3:30 p.
No. 10_, m.Week Days: Holy Communionevery t The following song service will be m. Richard Norris captain in charge tify Mrs. A. E. MacDavld president*
Thursday 10 a. m.; services Church of Christ. rendered Sunday evening at 7:30 p. '. Pensacola Chapter U. D. d before

every day at 4 p. m. Church of Christ cor.. Jackson and m: First Church of Christ, Scientist April 1st that the crosses may be, seat
a a Ucaniz Streets. Bible school 10a. Shepards Cantata-"The Sermon on First Church of Christ. ScientistS cured in time for preseatatioa M* "
LName- I 11 m. and 7:30p. the Mount" '
at a.
Eptsccpal. m. Preaching .
: Services trill mortal &v
' Beatitudes-"Bless- v1.ce at 11 a. m. .. bet dajr < ;
Christ Church-Rev.: P. H. Whaley ._,m. by W.. T. Tracy._ Prayer meet- L Chorus:' The, .. .

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L vi! .."'?AGE TL .. THE PENSACOLA' :JOURNAL, S U N t) A Y-:'M'OR"'NIN.G, MARCH. ''18, 1906 ,. +

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: ", : i Is lore
: to children
: .+.. ............*.............O..; ...i..................: E. L REESE 'J. MENDEL t 1 ; be and no home
i H&VAN& Woman'sNative can completely happy *ith.
FEUDSETTLED
NEW FIRE liMIT H OLD

: Reese 6; Mendel, out which them the, yet the ordeal through
'
IA Little Ice expectant
I : .t mother 1
The Home Tailors, must pass usually so full of suffering-. !

R ORDINANCEPROPOSED I'WAS danger and fear that she looks forward

Builders to the critical hour with apprehension



I 'Will' Keep a Lot of Food Z of BY A CHILD penetrating all unpleasant, feelings,'and and dread.so .prepares Mother's the Friend system i its for the



4 4> In an '"Odorless" refrigerator. It has patent dry air i I ordeal that she passes throughthe

J circulating scheme that does. the business .and no other + event safely and with but

4--*;K<4 ++ .refrigerator is so economical'. ,to use-as ..: .,. T 2 Proposition to Extend Present Men'sfine' and Bitter Enmity Betweeg little suffering, as numbers have 1 Momer

U*| ; >,- ..' Long testified and said, 4t is worth

J .i' An Odorless. r', +: Limits is Now Before the Crazy Wolf and Little Sear. its weight in 'gold." $1.00 per


+ ., 2 City Council.The bottle druggists. Book containing
Incident that Paved
:, ; : Besides a saving 'In your' "ice bill. its, .nse spells + valuable information mailed free. frl-end

l H.E-A.L T-H in big letters. We are sole agents Peace.
Way to REGULATOR CO. Ga.
THE BRADF1ELD Atlanta
D Z: following ordnance providing

+ 1 for the extension of fire Clothes.New .
the present

: ARSTON & QUINA, limits is now before the city council t Crazy Wolf was a warrior of the .:::::II,

+ and is published previous to its pas- I Sioux nation who held, to all the sav-
t
line of Spring
Palafox St. Phone 148. Pensacola Fla. sage, for the information of the pub Summer and up-to-date and Trouser., ale traditions of his race. For years
108/110 S. i and Suitings ,
.
i from the
he receive rations
lic: refused to

:N.t'11N.N4NNNt N..1.NNNN.NN..NNNN..J Fire Limit Ordinance.An ings.Suits Trousers from from-$1750$5.00 to $50.00 to .$15.00 \. hands him singular of the among whites,all and the this Sioux.marked His ye a Is Your Bathroom Modern? o

Ordinance to Amend Section 167, Join our Gentlemen's Suit dub deadly enemy was Little Scar who had RP/ R p

twffi Article I of Chapter!X of the Code Costs only $1.50 per month for press made lasting peace In his heart with
of Ordinances of the City of Pen- ing and small) repairs. the whites and who had yielded little lilt is.not,'don't,you think it is worth your while to examine

METHOD LAUNDRY sacola: Dyeing and Cleaning of men's and by little"to the allurements of civilized and remodel rebuild it if
into conditions or 1
NEW Be it ordained by the Mayor and women's Clothes a specialty. living. necessary f

.e Council of the City of Pensacola: Give us a trial. We will appreciateyour The enmity of Crazy Wolf and Little

w. LAWRENCE r..ll1o" Re S w..1 R...... SI. plrO.. f8 Section 1. That Section 167. ArtIcle business. Scar dated from the day of the great You cannot have too many safeguards for the health of your
'-.E. -
-
I of Chapter X of the Code of Ordinances REESE-MENDEL TAILORING CO, battle with the Pawnees. self and family, especially the growing children. Bad or antique ,
,of the City of Pensacola be 'When the remnant of the stricken 1 1.is 1.
and the same is hereby amended so as Phone 675. 11 N. Palafox St. plumbing is as dangerous to the health as good or modern plumbing

+++ + ......*.......................................... to read &s follows: Pawnees and Little had Scar turned quarreled to fly Crazy over Wolf the beneficial. Better by far to pay out money for good plumbing

t DAVID BERG'S CELEBRATED : Section: 167. The' following shall right to take a scalp and a ha.nd-to- than for doctor bills resulting from defective: sanitary equipment 0
be the fire limits which, shall be MOW
ENJOYING
-.3:'V 3. known as the fire district: -CommencIng I band combat ensued. The chiefs parted -,
lESLOSHIESiR.LVrBATS fAre f at the of intersection of the them and said that neither must
point '
.. t center of. Hickory and Palafox MUCH PROSPERITYUNDER () die for the nation had need of all its t The cost of

: fresh and of the most delicious flavor. If you '. Streets: thence East along the centerof men. Theugh the hands of Crazy renewingyour
Mi 2 have not already tried them by all means let us Hickory Street to a point one Wolf fcnd Little Scar were stayed by
send you some. .. : hundred and fifty (150)) feet East of the chieftains, hatred still lived In ;bathroom furnishings

,t : Kosher Ring and Thick Sausage ..e.... .. .. .. .. ......... 15c< the,Eastern line of Tarragona Street: DER.MAN'AGEMENT OF M. F. their hearts. and the slight!
;
.. ;*Weiner and Knack ,Sausage........ ... ... .. .., .... ......15cJ 2 thence North along a line parallel with! BOWES WHO IS MAKING IT It was ten years after the battle with ,, extra expense of '
i Kosher Corned Beef selected...... .... .... .... .... .... 20c the Eastern line of Tarragona Street the Pawnees and at the Pine, Ridge I )
i .. ... .... ... to a point.in the center;.or, :Wright ONE OF THE LEADING obtaining the best
Kosher Smoked Beef selected.. .... .. .. .. .25c .t agency where a. portion of, the Sioux 'A'
p +.* Kosher Tongues exceptionally fine.. .. .. ..... I. ...........25c Street r thence;;West along'the'center" 1 ; '. bad been gathered,, the government '. E 'win in reality bet
; CITY.; .
:. Kosher Fat in 10-lb buckets' .:.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ......... 15c of Wright Street to the center of Tarragona STORES *OF. THE erected schoolheuse for-. the Indian
,_. 'a { health
North along ,
Street;; thence assurance,
Strawberries Blackberries
'1 Special: Blueberries Raspberries and : the center Tarragona: Street to a children.' Instantly a division occur-, R ,
Z 25 cents can or $2.50 a dozen. : : feet red between the fathers of the tribe. as well as
point one hundred and fifty (150) The East Hill Grocery Company is
North of the North line of Wright One-half of the warriors wished to a saving
i 14 W Garden I Popular i now enjoying a spell of substantial
LAZ JACO'BYThC Street; thence West along a line parallel send their little ones to the school. The f In
': Phono 183 Grocer. with the North line of Wright prosperity under the able management other> half declared that -the teaching repair

?.................................*..*...+. .........' Street to a :point two hundred (%00)! of M. F. Bowes. The place 'has af> the whites should never have placeIn : bibs I

feet West of the West line of Pala- been literally packed with choice the'minds of their children. .The \.
fox Street; thence South along a line children of Little Scar went to the the -best bathroom made the
Unquestionably equipment is
4 1 parallel wifh the West line of Pala- fancy groceries, fresh and direct from ,
,, NNNNNNNN.N.N1N11N...............ON.1...41 fox Street to a point one hundred and the factories. Every modern business schooL The children of Crazy.. Wolf famous "jStftadftssi* Porcelain Enameled Ware, every piece of which

fifty ((150)) feet North' on the North Idea has been adopted by the firm and were kept In the wigwam. is the makers. We have in
unconditionally guaranteed by sample
THE DAY OF THE COAL STOVE ,J line of Chasa Street and one hundredand Bnnners,.came to Pine Ridge from
N
2i
the blood
is already telling
_ fifty (150) feet West from the young Standing Rock and the Rosebud. They our showrooms. A conference with us will give you much hdfful
Prices have been reduced on all the
: : West line of Palafox Street; thence told of the coming of the Messiah that information.
necessities and the of
,
obite( people
.
West a line parallel with the buffalo and that if, .
along the ifcijfc
: AND ITS COMPANIONS North line of Chase Street to a 'point East matter Hill can jtnd;.&
hundred and'fifty ((150)) feet Westof .secure
one would hear the
to the ground they
ears
living prices and can also depend on' '
: : the West line of Baylen Streetthence ; WICKE & CO. e
good service. : thunder of the, hoofs of the oncomingherd.
; .
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,t + the ash sifter and the ash barrel, has passed. Up-to- + South'along a line parallel o ,
I The phone fctanber" Is No. 212 and ... 4i
Gas West line of Baylen Street
the Gas and with the
1 : date housekeepers now use Range e Street the location I is a.| the corner of Gads' One-half of the warriors at Pine 1 i 4
of Hickory ; .
to the'center
Water Heater exclusively. No wood to chop no .
i .. thence East along the center of Hick den and Haynej : reets--just within:. Ridge were seized, with the Messiah
ashes to take to out tp t
coal to carry no up carry ,
easy rea.ch' for all families on both danced the ghost' -
Street' to the point of .beginn'ng craze. They dance -
: sift, leaving a trail of dirt and dust from the stove ory I
Section 2. That all ordinancesin i East Hill and. )\Yest..Hlll. Mr. Bowes and put' on the ghost shirts.. The'ne- --
0 across the kitchen \tail the way to the ash dump .
: In the kitchen covered, hair full of .: conflict herewith be and.the same is a practical retail man. and understands half stampeded' from the agency, and
everything your
x: + the wants of the people.If LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD COMPANY
w It. Xo fire to coax and coddle. Gas is a guarantee + are hereby repealed. with it went Crazy Wolf as savage In j

v of the right kind of fire, instantly, for any pur- + Section 3. That this ordinance this you excellent are, not already institution a customerof heart as he was when he fought the Through and Local Time Tables Between Poiuacola and Points North.
pose whateverPensacola. shall take effect immediately upon its you are Pawnees 'on the frontier of Nebraska.
.+ i passage and approval.Another not doing .jour pocketbook' justice. Little Scar stayed at the agency. READ DOWN READ UP

Gas Company .Ordinance. 'One'day after,,the battle.of Wounded Trains Not,' Trains NOL ,
i i Solid >Biorrr Wheel. Knee had been, fought a band of twenty 2 4 3 1

__ Yesterday 'The' Journal publishedthe In the production of solid. emery Sioux braves broke away ,from the 1lt5pm( 11:55am Lv. .. ..Pensacola.. .. ...Ar. 5OOam 4Uup'o:
j Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. 1 following ordinance providing for wheels the best cement that can be main body for the sole purpose of raid- 6:30am, 6:2&pm.. Ar .. .. .Montgomery... .. ..Lv. 9:35pm ll:15am s11:45am

...................................6................ the erection of a wharf at, the foot of employed Is one that,binds the emery Ing Pine Ridge agency and killing the 9:1opm() I. Ar.. ....Blrm'ngham .. .. Lv. 4:20pm( 8:33am: 1
Alcaniz street as having been passedby together with that degree of strength children who were gathered In the 7:25pm 3:17am, Ar..Nashville..Lv. 8:45am 2:23am:;: f8:00pm -

the city council This was an which will resist the centrifugal strain schoolhouse-the children of their broth- : ::3 am Lv.. .. ....NaB vUle.. .. ... .Ar. 8:11am i'uuani' t

error as the ordinance was simply; due to the high speed at which emery ers who had succumbed to the white 1:25am I 8:15am t Ar.. .. .EvaniIV1l1e.. .. .Lv 3:00am: f 9Opnt: 1\

published for information,;'previous to wheels cut best-about 6,000 feet speed'per man's ways. In the band was Crazy 7:40am 2:10pm Ar.. ... ..St. Louis..Lv. 8:45pm 3:30pm: c

tj action by the council, and Is here minute. It must not soften by Wolf, his heart full of the lust of kill. 7:50pm 3: lam Lv.. .. .Nashville .. .. ..Ar 8:21am: 2 loan 1 17:20am
any frictional beat or glaze or burst or be- 2H.am Ar.. .. ..LoulsvUle ..Lv.
rrt with published again' with that ex come brittle and break with cold,. nor Ing.The warriors came within sight of :: I 1.Olnn 8:30aI::: Ar.. .. ..Cinc1nnatL....?.. .Lv 11.00pm 2:45am:: I 9:20Pfl 6.00P::: ,

,planation. as follows:' must It hold the cutting grains until tho schoolhouse. It stood on a bluff i

f AN ORDINANCE.- they are too dull to cut nor release and on one side was absolutely unprotected Between Pensacola,Mobile and New Orleans. i
Ordinance to authorizeM. them so readily as to waste the
Entitled an away Crazy Wolf knew the location 6&7 ,2i3 4& 3&2 1i4 548:
: A. Quina and J. J. Sullivan, their wheel too fast It must be capable of _
of the room in which the little ones 1
i associates heirs and assigns, to establish being thoroughly mixed evenly with I 7OOamll:05pmll:55amLv] | ..Pensacola.. ,.Ar| 5OOamTTOOpm10:45am : : 6:39pai
gathered dally at their lessons. The 1
and erect a wharf at the foot the grain so that the wheel 2:55am: 4:12pm Ar .. .Mobile .. ..Lv12.4Camll.5am| | 2'3opm
of Ninth Avenue in the City of Pen have emery either hard or soft spots maynot and mounted' warriors made a headlong 6.00pm: | 7:15am 8:15pmAr.. New' Orleans Lv. 8:15pm|......_ 8:J5ru
Pensacola rush down the valley'skIrtIng the ridge
llII! ......ii.. sacola. to the channel of be out of balance, and must also be and as they whirled by the school they Flomaton Pensacola and River Junction.
capable ef being tempered to suit different
BJ Bay.fid it Ordained b.y.the: Mayor and kinds of metal or work." Great poured volley after volley Into the 21 I 5. I ,1 I ,3 I Trains do not stop at stations 2 I 4 I 6 !: 1
where children of the \
the friendlySioux
Council of the City- of Pensacola: care and skill are required In the,mat- room Dally DaUylDaUy Dally where no time Is shown DallrIIDaIlYIDailDa\.1! \ 1

t Section 1. That: M A. QUINA andJ. ter of selecting only pure and strong dally were assembled.It ..... 4:55 : 2:50 Lv'. .... omaton' ? '. r. 12:45 1:25 :25''" ,
SULUIVAN their ,associates chemicals for cements.-Cassler'a was not the fault of Crazy Wolf ..... 5:00 %:35 %:55.. .. .. ..Century .. .. .. 1:40: 1:21 81.: ." 4
heirs and assigns, are hereby authorz- Magazine. these that on that day there was not a ..... 5:07:: 2:413.:05.: '.. ...Bluff.Sprlngs .. .. *1:33 1:15/ 8:15. ... 1
PVi II II IIi ed to establish and erect at and from slaughter of the innocents. A teacher ..... fit17 '2:51'3:20.. .. ? ..McDavid.. .? ... -12:%% 1:05 8:06.: .... 1
the terminus of Ninth Avenue in the had seen the feathered heads showing ..... '5:3.0. '3:03S6.: .. ..Pine Barren .. .. ...12:08: 13:52 7:5;J. ..., 1

i yr City of Pensacola a wharf extendingInto among the willows by White Clay _.... 5:9 3:13'3:50.. .. .. .Mllno.! .. .... '11:59: 1243/ 7Cil ....
1m the Bay of Pensacola to the chan A WARNING creek and taking the alarm had burriedjtbefibadr ..... -5:43 ..... '4:04.. .. ... .Qulntette .. .. .. '11:51I'12:3-1j'7:39\: ... :

nel of said Bay.. nte the cellar.. ..... '5:53: '3:25 '4:11.. ..Cottage Mill; .. .. : : :: /\ ... I
a Section 2. That the said :M. A. The raiding band went northward. ..... '5:51: 3'9 '4:15.: ; .. ..Cantonment .. .. '11:40 1226 71, ....
i
Vest ..... '6:01 '3at4:23.: .. .. ....Gonzalez.. .... 1
DEiTOver: 15,000,000 Sold in Florida in 1905. Quina and J. J. Sullivan; 'their associates To: the People of Pensacola. There was cavalry at the post to take .. 11:35.121'1:61:
and :assigns, shall commence up the porait, and the fugitives suc- ..... -6:03: '3:36:25.: : .. .. .. ...Roberu.. .. .....11:33I'12:191: .7.4 ... f
'.? Frank Reilly Agent Pensacola Florida said wharf' within, six months from ceeded In 'reaching the main body of .... '6.15 '2:45 '4:40.. .. .. ...OUTG.. ,. ... '11:2.: '12:09 '1:15;; ...
.. the passage of this ordinance; that time ..... '6:21'3:51-:48.: .. ,. ..13rent.. .. .. .. -11:15 '12:04'7:09: I
this
i ---- ---- _V___ V the body of said start shall' not be A Journal reporter happened in the Indians who by were surrounded ..... 6:25: '3:54: *4:52: .. .. ..Gouldlng .. ? .. '11:11'1:01, 7:05i. !
t' ------ -- store of ;well known druggists W. by the troops of General Miles 4:00/ 5:00 Ar... .
less than twenty. feet nor more than our ..... 6:30: .PenJacola.. Lv. 11:05 1155 1:00: _': :
t H. White.& ,Co., the other day and in and were being gradually forced Into J
the width of said Ninth::Avenue:' and ; PM PM Z'\o Z'\o 28 A 31 rJ 1
said M. A. Qnlna and J.' J. speaking of"the sudden changes In the agency. ..... 7:00 \
If(! that the ( :271 Lv. Pensacola.. .Ar. 10:50\ 10:30. ... j
New L. C. Smith Sullivan shall have -the exclusive the weather and' the sickness which Crazy Wolf, when he saw the sur- I..... : 1:13.. ? Bohemia. .. .. ?.... ..10:17.. .1
was
llarf'privileges.. seems to be so prevalent a member render' of his brethren coming, ..... '4:15 7:11 .. .....GuU Point11:33 '10:1S. .n.J
.
:*3. Section. 3. That the said M. A. of the above firm remarked, "Sucn mounted his pony and made for the ..... ..... -4:16 ,..... .. .. ..,Yll2estra.. .. .. ...... .10131..1 I
i .VISIBLE TYPEWRITER weather cannot help but result in Bad Lands. Tie foresaw the end of the '
Quina and J. J. Sullivan their associates ,..... .4:18. 1:18." .. ..K8cambia' .. .. .10:2&.10:10..1: .
( heirs and assigns, shall have coughs, colds, bronchial troubles, the uprising and the complete subjugationof .... '4:25': 7:25.. .. ... .lIulat .. .. .. '10:19: .10:01.: .. .'
t !.Meat complete machine on the market.Sealhem full power to demand and receive grippe Is also ba d for old people 'and. his people and he laid It at the doors .... *..:%8 ....... Jo. ...Harp. .. ... ...... 1
r amy office;or write for prtoea wharfage from all Vessels, barges those who are run down or have a tendency of the tepees of the Sioux who had refused ... -4:33 7:35.. .. ..GaltCity.. .. .; ...... ,

anddeseriptiftmlltt r. flats lighters and steam boats loadingor to any weakness or disease.. to join the braves on the warpath I..... 4:40: 7:39.. .. ..Milton .. ..... 10:05: 9:58..J. /
nf Continued he. "It seems to us that .... !6:00 ,... .. .
unloading at or attached to said : .Good Range .. .. ......
ztr L. S. BROWN you should warn every man, woman .... '5:18 e' 8:15.. .. ... .
wharf and for all 'goods deposited on Crazy Wolf made np his mind to kill .1Io1t&.. .. ......... /
and child in Pensacola, the
,1 or taken from or over said wharf; provided especially' Little Scar. Ho nearly starved In the I..... 5:35': 8:30.. h ..M1igan! ::;. .. .. 9:12 8:53 ..
V V Pcnsacola, Fla. however that no drays cartJ, aged and run down through_ the columns Bad Lands and his pony was dead. A ?.. .s..s ...&-38...' .. ..CreliVlew.. .. ... 9:0i 8:45.\. .
of the Journal to build'them.
201 Thiesen Building. vehicles or pleasure carriages transporting selves up and take proper precautionsto week after the surrender he started for' 1......i. PM' !*-8:56// .. ..Deer Land .. .. 8:33: A II. .,.. .,!
merchandise '
over or,
goods or :;
and there the .agency on foot His ammunition j. \
ward off sickness, wouldbe
from said wharf shall be charged .... ..... .j. ..
wharfage on said wharf. very much less suffering and fewer was gone, and he had nothing but his ..... ..... 9:44.: .. ...Argyle.. .. ... '1:44.. .....'. .
i deaths in Pensacola this winter.:' knife. He ate willow bark and roots.. .... ..... e 9:57.: ..Ponce DeLeon .. 7:29..1. ... .

CONSOLIDATED GROCERY CO. Quina Section and 4.J. That J. Sullivan.the said, their M.associates A.-,' When 'asked what they consideredthe Hunger took hU bodily strength, buthia ..t.r ;t... ..10:10.: ., -.. ... eele.. .. ,. 7:17.. .. ... .

heirs and assigns shall,In consideration most universally successful medicine heart purpose warn tmweakened. ..... ..... 10:15.. .. ..CaryVUle.. .. .. 7:12..1. .. .
of the erection of said they had ever sold in their store Crazy Wolf, starving,lay on the bank ..... ..... 10:30: !. .. ..Bonlfay .. .. ... 6:55. .... ...
ffi'V. MAIN OFFICE. BRANCHES.B ) wharf have exclusive free privileges for that purpose, without hesItationthis of the,White Clay creek. The tepee of ...;... .- .'. 10:47.. .. ? llpley.. .. .. 6:37: ...

V. II set forth in this: ordinance for the well known druggist answered Little Scar was only 300 yards away. ....;........10:58 .. .. .. Aycoek... .. .. 6:27..... . .
,1&CbDD.llI.l1or1d&. ..TSJUJ "Our modern cod liver oil preparation, ..... ... 11:01.. . .
H. Tampa Pcnsacols, term of twenty-five,years they paying Crazy Wolf was famished but he lay : .. Cottondale.. .. .. 6:18..... i
: Vtool and if people only knew whata .;... ..... 11:25.. . .
therefor to the City Pensacola. the health there. Jn, the bushes waiting for night .. .Marianna .. .. :00.: ....
i yearly sum of one:hundred dollars in grand protection to it is, we and vengeance. He looked down to the ..... .......11:45.. .. ..Cypress.. .. .. 5:38.:
PAID CAPITAL; $500 oo semiannual payments would not have clerks enough In our water's edge, and there be saw a little .......t... 11:52.. Grand JUdge '.. 5:32.
yd store to supply the demand.. You girl'with a willow basket full of food. ...;. :.... el:02.: .. .. Snead.. .. 5:21.: .
?,, The Consolidated Grocery Company Is succeiEor to the ,C. B. Robe r Section 5. That at the expirationof know it Is not a patent medicine as rhe.little one looked "'_.. ...... 12:15 Ar. River Junction Lv..1' 5:10.- I,

j1.: ... the Company: grocery, of brancH.of JacksonTlll the; Florid the Florida Naval Grocery Stores Company and Commlll1on, of JacklonTW of the Pensacola said twenty-five shall have years the privilege the City everything and, It does in Its not is contain named on any the oil label to famished eyes of the up warrior.and saw She tho ._: _.! fl I P 31 I I'Trains \
Compaui
: M"' AI Jcksonvlll: the grocery branch af the Mutual NUll Stores of purdiastng.said wharf at such val- clog the system and upset the stomachbut smiled at him and held out her basket. stop on s1 goal. 1;

3{ rjscksonvllle: the groce* branch of the Gulf NTH StOrM Company, : ua lon as may be determined upon by It does contain every one of the Crazy Wolf knew his strength was gofag --- -.- __ --
T Company
:Tampa; ue grocery branch of tb On Naval Stores Company of Pena three arbitrator, one to be appoint medicinal curative and body-building fast It might not last him till the I
i: She grocery branch of the Walt Cout Naval Store. ComDa ny'of PenIaCOl&' ed by the City, one by M.0 'A. Quina elements of cod l liver oil actually. taken boor of revenge. He ate the proffered rom b1 s up!. The little one smiled al of peace. He had never broken a t* .I j

Sh. grocery'branch or the Southern Naval Store Company, of SaTanna.h. ; and J. J. Sullivan their associates from fresh cods' livers. food. The child was molding clay.. him again : dltlon 'of the Sloui' raca

tfl;: Will handle everything In Heavy and Light Groceries, Grain Dome.tIt heirs and assigns'and the third to be Vlnol cures coughs, bronchitis.streD'gthens' Suddenly she turned and offered Crazy; "Whose child are your asked Crazy Crazy Wolf walked into the ageccf ::Ii
and Turpentine Toole chosen the thus '
Imported by two builds
Groceries etc State Agents for the Whit appointed. the old, uP' the Wolf the model of a peace pipe. "You Wolf. .
j Hickory Turpentinr.W.0on.. Section 6. All ordinances or; partsof weak and run down. and makes rico, haTe eaten" she said; "now smoke." "The child of the great warrior Little B. C. in Chicago! Post E. :
;
11! ordinances in conflict with this ordinance red blood. If It falls -e will return Scar," 5tasJJieansTrer and a little child was leading him- ,1 I
,
a : iu1'Wolt took the_pipe! and btew
M. COVINGTON shall be and the' the I
it"
10.: same are money paid for W. H. White .
WplfJbad'eaieiutlie:
t b BMN CH. hereby repealed. &; Co. druggists. an'Imaginary. cloud( of smole"away (CjMzy breqd,of' ". .. 'N ,, -

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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL,' SUNDAY. MORNING I MARCH 18. 1906 x
-- PAGE ELEVEN


! Wl t & ( i{ r l l 7 ri 7 7 C Cv NEW STORE TO ..E :::t -= I r

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n
Sl OPEN TUESDAYWHITE
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1 AND NIXp WITH A, FJNE TWO DAYS ONLY I IMATrNE

WHITE
STONE LITHIA LINE
J WATER BEGIN OF NEW ,GOODS WILL

p !I n BUSINESS'WEDNES I I AND NIGHT !

DAY MORNING IN II I ;
2 I

',, The highest testimonial ever awarded to any mineral water was that .given NEW STORE I Ii

:'J,, to White Stone Lithia Water by the jury of awards of the Louisiana Purchase i

1 Exposition when they gave to White Stone Lithia Water the official award. On Wednesday morning, bright and
ribbon as being early, unless of course, something
'J
.//providentially> intervenes ,Pensacola:
!JIJ Is tWelcome' the advent. of ,a new I


The Best. of the Many Hundred Waters Submitted for Examination r firm.sail This,under commercial the name of acquisition White & Nix will:, I

"t' ana; will be located at 39 South Pala
fox street The stock is to consistof
This alone stamps it as being the best medicinal water of its kind, and the ';: clothing hats, shoes gent's furnIshings .1 I

# ever-increasing sale of the water in carbonated form stamps it as a table j etc. The, trunks personel valises consists, suit: of cases A. _

,. water without a peer. This is a record to be proud of I Henry White and James R. Nix, two
j Pensacola boys who are well and favorably I
J? known. WEDNESDAY Y AND THURSDAY

The Water Will The store Is located directly southof ,
& Positively Relieve Any Case'of Indigestionin the new Brent building,and has a I MARCH 21 AND 22. *-


& ,The only high-class Dog and Pony Show
ten minutes, and this one virtue alone should commend it to thousands 'coming this year The exhibition beautiful -

who suffer from this disagreeable actual test it has
,, malady. By a been proved the performance incomparable.
that this water will hold its gas 20 times longer than any bottled water. It i is

taken from a spring which has a natural pressure of 20 feet-the only one of I, SEIBEL, BROSMV

I its kind in America, and, it possesses many other medicinal qualities which II I II I Ii o yJiti.t '. y.A'E

J no other table water possesses. It is the lightest water in the world, and it i DOG AND PONY
I ,, .. 3fY. t1 SHOWS t
will blend properly with still wines Scotcn whiskies, and all other liquors. y ap t i

v S24 } X rfltr. ucing 230! of tt. finest Trained Animals lathe
.B

i The American Public Will Always Insist on Having,' the Best'J ?; I : 7iv Watch world.for A programme the Street replete,with novelties.Parade .a!t r


Every Morning: at 11 o'clock.
of everything, and, White Stone's increasing popularity is explained'thereby. : c .,

/ Insist on it and you will never regret it. as it absolutely the best,you can buy. 9f 100 Thoroughbred Ponies I 1- I

., IT IS THE BEST ON EARTH. Wonderful Dogs I ; ... .if.c

{4 25 Marvelous Monkeys I ;i


1 11 N.GOLDRINGDISTRIBUTER: : : r L75Open 7:" p. m. daily. Performances an hour later.. j


tl! TSm P8Tt8rDIl.

A. HENRY WHITE
.
ii
depth of one hundred and twenty feet
WHOLESALE LIQOUR DEALER It has two large cky lights for the iSfiBURROWES' -
convenience of day customers and
f four gas arch lights, 300 candle: power
; PENSACOLA FLORIDA. each for the assistance of those who
J" have to make their purchases after

1 trt: very night tdbtily fall. constructed The show windows so that window are. and Mosquito Screens !

-,displays will be made very efec- Fly

$ 2 J J $ I tive.One ,
of the most notable facts in,the
arrangement of the store Is that every
-- ,piece of fixtures shelving counter Sent on Thirty Days' Trial, Preight Prepaid
..........++.....N......*....+..+...+...++...+....... I I and charming young woman, and is AN ENTERPRISING clothing tables show cases etc., were t
doubtless surprised her own aud- purchased right here at home. They
nen demise and consequent notoriety.In All material needed for attaching the screens and.doors Included with.
2 I were mac'sby) the Saunders Mill Co.,
A SHERLOCK HOLMES STORY i the summer of 1903 Miss Brown BUSINESS MAN of Pensacola land there are no prettier out extra cost.Sereens'are

TZ and a former pupil! Miss Lida Law ., fixtures anywhere in the city, made only to'order, yet returnable If not satisfactory.
went to Paris to spend their vacation and that is saying a great deal. These!
I -Mi&s Brown to study. French and young men are very proud of. their: MORE THAN 200,000 HOUSES ARE FITTED WITH BURROWES'
Sequel to the Tragedy of the Seine at Paris. i Miss Law, music. At the ena1 of the E. L. REESE, WHO IS NOW A MEM- beautiful store and also boast of the: SCREENS.
summer Miss Brown returned to fact that all the InsIde'woodwork was
North Carolina leaving Miss Law to BER OF THE NEWDRY, GOODS Every practical improvement In screen construction during the past
f By Cella Myrover Robinson. continue her studies,.in Paris made by a local firm. They are thirty years was first used by us.
.J I AND CLOTHING FIRM OF ticularly proud of their big hat
\ONNNN..NN.01....NNN/4NNNN/SN0..NN 'Miss Brown's nam was registered 'which is 20 feet wide and 8 feet Par.1 Drop postal to P., O. Box 104, or phone 1015 and local representativewill
'on her arrival In Paris, giving also, '
with two mirrors, ball
WATSON, PARKER'" & large call to give you estomates. N
the names of her parents, John
An interesting example of circumstantial A man was found in Fa doors steel wire shelving etc.,
i evidence and the Sherlock O,, who had known this Ethel tteville'l,Brown and Sallie McGeachy. I II REESE. ys-ah>o made by the Saunders :Mill
I The Ethel Brown may be known Company. ...... ****SHWWHMK8DIAMONDS 1I< H-H 'I'H H".HH".fi> .
Homes method's' of of the in her childhood. lie
: some press I
by the Ohio man and the Savannah C Is located at back,
office the
indicates has been fully illustrated in father John Brown and her mother, The WATCHES JEWELRY |
man's goo friend but she is not the i and is 18.inch elevated platformwith ,
tbe dispatches of the last few days Sallie Geachy well, in fact .intimately. on an j
of the Paris records.
{ Etta Brown I Many E. L. Reese asso- a new iQtsk, new safe, new cash CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES BRONZSE &
'which furnish he harrowing details But they left Ohio, so he said It is a small story in itself but it, years ago and all. The ,
chairs
of a tragedy recently occurring In some twenty years agu, and had not ciated himself with the departmentstore register new
how the most astute of
shows even telephone STERLING SILVERWARE |
No. 790 ani'
of William Johnson & and phone number is : ,
Son
(Paris! the heroine of which is said to since been heard of. From detectives and men are
bane been a wealthy American Savannah also came the historyof sometimes deceived newspaper by circumstantial, his career with this firm is marked orders from the city and sur ART POTTERY OPTICAL GOODS,
rounding country will receive prompt
woman the murdered woman found eidence. ,I i with progress/ and advancement, in i
The press dispatches of the eighth In the waters of the Seinethisman Since writing this I see that the fact he was manager 'and buyer: of attention.The new store (and it b new Jn CUT GLASSWARE
from Paris France sent out the story did not know Ettie Brown but is London woman. I the clothing department until a few H
Ethel Brown
a
In detail, as follows: he knew some some one who did 'I weeks ago when he became a memberof every respect) has tie: agency. and for i / i
I Schaffer and l\Inx. men s
The body of a young woman very know her. A Mrs. McGachy a friend SUNDAY DINNER AT the firm of Watson. Parker &. Hart Engraving and Fine
handsomely dressed and having about of the Savannah gentleman knew I I I Reese of this city. I. Stationery.
her person evidence of wealth and Ethel Brown well, was in fact related { THE SOUTHERN HOTEL;I II I ... .
distinction was found deaa' in the to her and had visited her familyin
S lne with an ugly gash in her head. Fayetteville N. C. Her father Following is the menu for Sunday ; s
Orders Receive
Mail Attention
Prompt !
ind no mark of Identification except ,was,John Brown ana' her mother's dinner at the Southern. Hotel: -
that on her clothing which 'bore the name before her marriage was Sallie. Sliced Tomatoes Fresh ,Lettuce 'vs
tame Ethel A, Brown. The police of McGeachy. Queen Olives
Paris were unable to find anv clue Ethel or Ettie, as she was sometimes Blue Points
to the mysterious murder or suicide called.by the family was a Chicken Gumbo 'Fillett. t. rT E. Om Sadek Jewelry Co. $
ncept a record of one Bttie Brown; fanatic on the'study of the French Salted Almonds MOBILE ALA.
her. John Brown; mother Geachy language. Ettie so says the Savannah Baked White Fish with Parsley I ; ;
town Fayetteville, which entry was gentleman was a teacher of FrenchIn Boiled Sugar Cured Ham :a c-u**2*** *#tt*##***! rado in 1903. the Salem Seminary and so enthusiastic Georgia Corn Pone
All foreigners on entering Paris, was she in Its study that she Roast Young Chicken, with Dress'ng'
ue required to register and these conversed In French on all occasions, Savory Gravy lya B. L. HALL & CO.WILL .

rtcords are kept by the police. said her prayers in French and reada Currant Jelly SELL FOR SIXTY DAYS
The name on the clothing and the French translation of the Bible. Roast Tenderloin' of Beef .v
record in the police court were the She always had her linen marked with Mushrooms I FOUR FULL
duty clues to the mystery and theAssociated \\n'hel A Brown and she it was Stra-wtoerry Frappe' Bell Pepper Salad QUARTS
Press, the McRae and without a doubt, found dead in the Oyster Souffle Veal Pot Pie ...0 F...
other press itoicates' sent out the Seine. Boston Cream Puffs \ 4r
story that Ethel A. Brown of Fajetteville This latter story in spite of its Mashed Potatoes Sugar Corn s THE CROWN OF BALTIMORE PURE RYE WHIKEY-
0., father John Brown exaggerations comes nearer the truth String Beans Fried Es Plant 3.. ':
mother: Sally Geachy a rich and than the first. The first was made' Mince Pie Suet Pudding WJne Sauce
Handsomely dressed woman was out of the whole cloth-the second Banana Ice Cream Assorted Cake FOR $3.50.
found murdered In the Seine. was patch-work, part truth and part Mixed Nuts' Bon Bons
It was one of the most mysterious fiction. EdamCheese Saltines Other brands at rock-bottom prices.: You get youi

"a es on the criminal records of The fact of the matter is that the, Cafe Noir ,e goods the same day order is received. Give us a trial

Tans The telegraph and. telephone Etta Brown in Paris whose In 1903 name is was alive registered ami Milk 17mar2L Tea Cocoa. JAMES R.'NIX order. B. L. IJALL & CO., Quincy, Fla.

wires of the several Fayettevllles In ,well and is now quietly pursuing"nei I[ .
the United: States were kept busy duties as a teacher of French In thePrE'sbt"rlan NO FIRE SALE OR JOBBER ,I Mr. Reese is a hard worker and has
rith inquiries from the press as to College]) for Women at STOCK. ALL SHOES DIRECT many' friends who are interested In boos clothing they are also agents
& Co. and
Kirschbaum ,
'the history of this Ettie Brown, father Red Springs. N. C. The writer has FROM FACTORY. ''| his progress and success. To him for A. B.
also
Jacks and Kirschbaum: for Jas.
:
fol'n: Brown mother Sallie Geachy. known Etta Brown since her earliest PENSACOLA SHOE PARLORS new II![there firm is no is such sure word to reap as fail the,benefits and the A. Bannister and Walk-Over shoes; PAINTERS' BRUSHES, FINE QUALITY.

*nj: the histories were forthcoming. childhood She is a most cultured Corner Intendencia and Baylen. ''of his connection therewith.Mr. Savoy Emory,,,Earl &; Wilson shirt V
.. I l and collars In all styles: -Stetson's We invite Painters to call and
,. Reese Is a very popular young all
-- & Nix's
-- -- --- :man and is endowed 'with many stearl- No Name and White ; special I'' see our stock of Pains and Varnish
nitmbEimi mmBI-- -1 j Ins qualities and richly deserves the soft and stiff hats. I Brushes. Every kind you want and
will! have full line of fancy
** They a i
business success he is now enjojing need and of the best bristles.
and white vests for full dress and,I I
ml mlil [ others. And as for neckwear they!II I I 15 Cents to Two Dollars.
Have You Seen the Piano Player La Grippe and Pneumonia! claim to have the swellest line ever .
Pneumonia often follows la grippe brought to the city. Panama hats II
91 but never follows the use of Fol y's they will ,have In profusion of every Saunders Mill Company,
I Honey and Tar. It cures !la grippe shape imaginable and they have to
is
it
in the line a player inside
lIT This is something entirely new piano! coughs and prevents pneumonia and be to 'be appreciated. Phone 717. 21 bat Garden Street.
'II the piano where it is not seen except by the operator: and then only I I consumpton.: Ask for Foley's Honey A.seen Henry White was born In Ffcn-,

when in use. A child can play it, and when player is not In use. it I and fered.Tar Yr.and"G.refuse Vacher.any of substitute 157 Osgood of- sacola and bas lueo! here all ,his life.'I

can not be distinguished from any other piano played by hand. Ei St.. Chicago writes: "My wife had a He Is a son of 'George White, Sr.I' points connected with'his to a few weeks ago. One of hla
of la grippe three 'years being 29 being to study
M severe case He Is a young man year '
lost day
business. The results are I l-oasts.ls that he has now one
ago, and it left with a terrible old. For twelve consecutive years heWs line of the beat from his post of duty since he began
ITS EASY TO PLAY AND EASY TO ,BUY ifJ : cotfgh. She tried a bottle of Foiey's employed! at the, Jno White I that he is considered In this one city.cf He has I I working which was on Nor 3. 1894,
men
it her Imme clothing
I Honey and Tar and gave Store and at the time that be serer-' being always polite and l which by a strange coincident, wu
friends,
R: GLAD TO HAVE YOU CALL AND SEE IT diate relief. A 50 cent" bottle cured ed his connection there, was manager many attentive and possessed of no bad :the very day on which hU present
,,,, her cough entirely. Refuse substitutes Shoe Department partner began working for the late
I. and buyer of the habits.
W. A. IXAlemberte, druggistand White. ThU is Indeed a record
Harrington John
born at
.
He has never held any other position, James R. Nix, was
114-116 S. Palafex St. apothecary. to be proud of and speaks volume
!:; Old.. and Larg.at Music" House PhenelSPENSACOLA c: and is therefore most certainly well- and Is also a y:UBS man w'Uh I for his energy and ambition. { h
!...S yale florida Hou..ln Clutter : LADIES' MISSES', CHILDREN'SAND posted and well-fitted In .his particular many sterling qualities to {ecom-, The combination which brtaga theC
Jf:1I1 Jf:1I1t BABIES LATEST STYLES line of business. Mr White every .mend him to the esteem and respectof two young men together It '& strong)

GEO. W. C. CLUTTER Tree. B. E. CLUTTER Sea AND REMSACOLA PATTERNS.SHOE PARLORS, summer ,would spend a. few weeks in his fellowmen. He too..was in the II one. and, they mean to make it interesting > ,,

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' Monday March, 19 dull back, French heel
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C. K. of A. Han Special to The Journal. 'Falco, Ala, Mar. 17. -Mr.; and Mrs
Brent, Mar. .-The weather bureau attended the Chautauqualast $3.50PAIR
: ...by... ]H. J. Chitty
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f 1 1i "prophet" gave us a forecast! ] Saturday.
Pensacola No. 14
i Temple, Wednesday's rain, but did not fore- Mr. J. H. Givens returned Monday
: I Rathbone, Sisters.Barrios' warn us of its unabatlng intensity. ;after several days absence .attending Ladles' All-Over Patent Clio
iSome of our crops are going to ruin |to buslnesse elservhere.aiessrs. Ties, with one large bow over
Orchestra. on lands where cultivation has H. G. instep, French heel.
> I heavy :: Oeo. T. Corwell and
r Prize' for best Lady and Gentleman been : account of the Pen- *, r
: : 1 Impossible on Baggett made a business ,trip to
i Dancer. : heavy weekly rainfall sacola this week. .. $3.50PAIR
I f' 35c.son 'We are making- bad failure with Part of Falco' gun club had a nice
Admission
.Ifr lettuce. It appears that a new d:s- shoot last Saturday at clay' pigeons.Mr. .
i : ease is knocking out the lettuce growers D. W. Clary ma"de the best score Ladies': Patent Vamp Word,
: has gone Cincinnati where she in the shipping regions, and we ]ipn the forenoon killing 15 straights.Dr. dull backs Cuban heel large
: ,. '. will Tiit. on her;; way to New York. may have the same ailment here. The ; A H. Miller'made the best In the eyelets-silk ribbon laces,
: : ;: .f :. < -. under leaves begin to wither and in afternoon, making 23 kills out of, 25 sole on a swing last
Mrs. James McGIbbon entertained a day or two the whole bead has melted shots from the'same position. heo.v\\
I : i very handsomely: dinner Thursday down: We attribute It to the constant One of Mr. J. H. Givens's pointer
.s'l t : j for Mrs. Buck of* St, Louis who is visiting saturation ,of the heavy soil.Anothegireak dogs and one of his fins blood hounds $3.50
; jjt her parents 'Mr., and sirs l.?K., is the 'premature ]have what is known among dog ownersin PAIR j
Yonge, and for,:;:krs..: ; Land who is risking her sister Mrs. making the normal "drumheads." verY fatal if not rightly treated blucher
Patent
tip or plain
Uohn Stillmaar,, ;: While the cagbage" are going up .and He has put them In charge of Dr. lace, full Cuban heel or half I
' +. the lettuce giving down, the rabbitsare who thinks he
Miller says, he can cure '
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Cub n"heeli large eyelets Ik
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: ,, Mrs. Vaughn.of-Nashville left Sauratey \- digging out our ,carrots all night them 'without much troUbles ribbon* laces, band turn andben.eh
: "'. noon for:Jiome after a pleasant long-saving us from having them to The )Jog hauling department of th? finished.
This is
'round yoke, a soft
visit to
t :>> E-H'r-Maxwell:;: : pull.Our Florida and Alabama Land Co; Is very '- leather feesgood.ca
: this sam pliant yie'dln :
A i strawberries are nearly drowned much;interfered''with this"week on,account
finish with .all feet .
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Edwin/lMrris v
Mrs. Van Corlland
; out"the chIckens'picking, them
,of wetground and longhauta.
the of the ..
'i edge of tPennS'1vanla-spent' : Friday In the *'" .....
from !
of brown "" morn, till nIght to get enough for taking 6'to >10.'onn' ta pull two or '
:, trimming city on Tier/; :/ way from South their dessert .
E three;small loss,.and the ground is so
above which Js set COME E A
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( Florida to join per husband! at*NewOrleans Mrs. Marshall receives daily TAt}
a pa- boggy, that the loading on the cars
gold braia' The
:: and spnd the next eight ': SEE
hem the waist per from E. Liverpool, O. The Issue I, must be done with oxen, which makes AND
/ is covered, by the weeks. In: Texas:and_Mexico." of March 12 gives the "fresh" news of i t It very slowGives work. WHAT1S' CORRECTIN
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f" .snow of the season
sash, which ties In
*3fr. Tucker.ofjh.: U. S. S.. Arkansasand
trains,jielayed,. car traffic Health
sleeve shows Mrs. Tucker are staying at 11 "street. I Vigor and Tone. 'SPRING FOOTWEAR. j
cuff trimming, tn<4 East Chase. hampered, 'graph and phonic w'res' Herbine,Is a boon for sufferers from
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F : ; trammed. ',4 damaged, etc. Five inches of snow anaemia. By Its use the blood Is
had melted through the night and five quickly regenerated'and. the color
t Mrs. SupervelHe who has been very' inches!' ,more still enveloped the earth. becomes normal. The drooping:
MEYER SHOE COMPANYFeet
. her guests Mrs ill is greatly improved and well on the' A high river was next looked for. .. I strength Is revived. The languor Is
: j Jones, (Mrs. Good- 'Way to recovery. Mr. Supenrille arrived The railroad passenger rate In dimin'shed.! Health, vigor and tone

:;'', : : the U.'S. S..Arkan- Friday night:.from. Havana. 'Ohio has been fixed at 2 .cents' per,'predominates 'New life and happy Furnishers For Folks,
: Mrs. Albert mile between all points within the 1:activity:results. Mrs. Belld-H, Shriel,
t The friends of. Mr. J. W.
I' !t Hyer, Miss' Laura Burge,many Sr., formerly of thjs city but "Buckeye State" It Is said that the 'Middlesborough, IlL" writes I have 102 S. Palafox Street.Is .
S'uter, and, traffic ,is
increasing under the new been troubled with lIver complaint.
of
Ala. will
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Louisville. Ky., tariff:
and poor blood. and have found nothing
learn that his .wife is critically ill in
Orleansr McGowan that city. 'Marchj, 18th being the third Sabbathof to benefit me like Herbine. I
:i Knowles Hyer '. the month, regular preaching day i hope never to be without it. I have -
monitor Arkansas, at the Brent church. The Methodistshold wished that I had known of It in myhusband's
., Reyno'c1', of the Miss Marie Josefa'SUperveiUe, witha Sunday school In the morning life, time" 5 ic.' SoM by there anything more deliciousto
( U; 8. N, few friends,went down to the Coun- and the Baptists in the afternoon all druggists. a whetted appetite than
;! of the local nanry/ try Club on Friday her birthday. every Sabbath..
I 'Woods of the tor .
THO6 BEST
MdMLId1. N. THE SHOE FOR THE
) : Miss :Mattie Smith of Cottage Hill,
LEAST MONEY'CAN BE FOUND AT
1 arrived yesterday on a visit to'Mrs, Gold
: AND Mead Wilson THEPENSACOLASHOE
GEORGE
QUIETLY WASHINGTON'S: QUEUE. PARLORS,
f Miss 4 Corner Intendencla and Baylen.,
Nettie Robinson has removed
It Hid a Luxuriant' 'Suit of
Straightand
( Kryger and Miss from 17 East Jackson to 208 West Sliced Hamor
: were quietly mar GaIQJsden.l\lr,Lj E. Brooks having'purchased Very
8 o'clock, at the the Jackson street propertyand The Father of his Country concealed -
I! brother Dr. will build:a two-story residence a .luxuriant, suit of hair beneath The Organ, That Enable the .Hemispheres .
gave the bride. thereon for his own occupa r. his queue -wig. Many now wish the to Act In Harmony Crisp
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t old fashion were in vogue, to conceal r Near the base of' every well organ.
1 : \ of St. Mrs. Willla 'Roberts mother of I Miss thinned,hair or baldness. Yet no one ized human brain there Is situated
the ceremony in LJllle Taylor, has returned, from a need have thin hair or be bald, if he, curious little a Breakfast
: a few intimate pleasant visit in Mobile. cure the dandruff that causes both., spongy body called the
relatives. Dandruff can not be cured by scouring -'' corpus cnllosum. This all important

be a surprise for Miss Georgia! Coins of Century has the scalp, because it Is a germ little organ:consists of a double chain
of Captain arrived to make her home with her disease, and the germ aaa to be killed 1 1Newbro' of white nerve* .fibers, and it Is through Bacon?
f bride, as it was ester. Mrs B. W. Robinson at 208 Herpicide kills the dandruff I these that the two portions: (hemispheres
: 29, but they will West Gadsden. germ-no other hair preparation will ) of the brain are enabled to act

J. DAVIS, 213 S. Palafox St. wishes of every- .. "Destroy the cause, you remove the In harmony by being continually We think you will agree that
J ", body as theirs Is one of those rare -Miss Bradley of Greenville, Ala. effect."' There's no cure for dandruff brought Into anatomical and physiological there Is not and will also
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proval and everybody predicts a long for home Friday after an enjoyable A_ If AJt>.mberte, duggist! and apothecary agree that
{ Choice of Medicines Several
our Spring and. happy life for the popular Captain visit with :Mrs: E< Meade Wilson. 121 South Palafox street, or years ago a well known Phil
and his generally beloved bride. send Idc in stamps for sample to The adelphia physician and surgeon Dr.
p. I blood purifiers (resolvents,.some call The parlor where the ceremony Mrs. E. H. Dennard has returned Herpicide; Co., Detroit, :Mich. A. IL, Stevens mad the announcement Morrell'sCelebrated

t. them), tonics or general body build. took place ,was tastefully decorated( from a delightful visit in Mobile __ __ that. In hls"beUet. the corpus callosum
with white roses and exquisite ferns. where she has spent the last two r. was the seat of the soul.' His peculiar
f ers. Some like the old fashioned remti An informal reception followed during months with her husband. Ideas were given quite an airing
ti li which the most delicious cake I, through the .
press at that time, but the
e b edies-sulphur and molasses, sasa- cream and champagne were served, Sir.: and ':Mrs F M. Williams have whole theory fell pretty flat when Dr
the table decorated returned from attending the r n Iowa's Prize
t..1; being prettily grand erc'sCofflIort '
A. F. Of
fras and Sawyer San Francisco
tea so on and so 'on. Have with K. Palatka proved
'p. ferns and violets. lodge of P. at where. they
!,,.:: them., Some prefer the modernized The bridal trip was postponed for. had a most pleasant time. [ that a'certain west coast worthy had
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: the present and the happy couple are survived twenty years after having the Hams and

".;.1).,..'... 1 11y syrup or elixir of sarsaparilla Have at home to their friends at the.Anderson Mrs. M. B. Preston left Saturday at and Satisfactionto entire corpus callosum shot out of his
Hbuse. noon for Mobile called there by the thought tank and that another had
? : 1 them. Whatever :your Spring needs The bride wore her traveling dress, serious illness]. of her brother's wife. lived eleven yean after sustaining a BreakfastBacon
an extremely becoming and Mrs. J. W. Burge. similar *
j In very everyone who dinesat Injury. The psychologist were
drugs, medicines
prescriptions
i or smart !brown handsomely trim the
5553k gown Kandy Klchen pretty well _agreed that a man'g life
j 4 ..:) pulls AM chemicals, we can furnish them to raeo! with rich applique, donning the Mrs. Nell Whalen of Grand Rapine. whether 'you live here or would terminate" them ment his soul
wrap and hat to match upon leavingfor Mich., is spending a few days' with are a visitor. You can
made its.
11: jour utmost satisfaction, even as tow her new home.. her friend Mrs. E. Mead Wilson get the tenderest'and exit on the lead of a pistol '
cartridge It was these well attested For which we are role agenfs'are
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i : Mrs.L.Walker and her daughter Miss Did you knQw that the time on etc you have ever eaten. cases of men living after losing the corpus the finest meats of the kind
r ':1 Hooton's Winnie Walker of Caswell Ala, arrived -Gregory street is five minutes store callosum that caused Dr. Stevens' to be had. *
Pharmacy, in Pensacola Saturday' afternoonand than the same time on Palhfox T Chops .. .. .. .. 30 and 40c "soul theory relapse into obscurity..

i The Birthplace of Prompt Delivery. Phone 1100. are the guests of her daughterMrs. Steaks... .. .. ....50 to fine( -
C. L. Mann. :Miss Emma Boiling of Mobile is A Poser.
i1 t tIrs. visiting.Mrs. Stokes on East Inten Fine French Drip Coffee ellSupposing, Uncle Septimus,
William ,Gilbert Baker of dencia. Hot Chocolate; Ice Cream that you knew two nice young men.

It! ; Eaton-Herlbut Writing Papers. Nashville, TeniL, who has been In the i and Soda. One has lovely Iha1r_ and a straightnose Sol Cahn & CO.Th.
city for: several weeks and for a partof Ask your grocer for Blue Ribbon Vanilla and the.other looks Simply; adorable ,
'ni her vlsit was a,guest of Mrs. T. or Lemon the cheapest as wellas '
Jq; are pleasing: to look upon, and ,still ,more pleasing to write W. Brent. left Saturday for hom .' the best. :Absolutely pure, goes in life, _uniform. Supposing! that
upon. They have a good, hard surface, and there's never any twice as'far* and the "Blue RtbbanFlavor" they both wanted to marry you. which Pure Food Store,

il ,I; hanging of the pen or blotting of the paper when you're using Mrs. Edward (Steel Jones and Mrs. is perfection.The would you,choose?-Punch. Intu'.nda
t the Eaton-Hurltut-25, 35 and 50 cents., Virginia Bland Jackson( after a delightful
visit guests of Miss Lillie highest grade Tea on the market IsC.MA Kandy Kitchen Cafe A Good Prescription
> 1: CioB'! :Elookstore., Taylor: left Saturday noon Mrs. Jones "Doctor; 'I wish you'd" prescribe for Ph.n'= l IllgI

!r;) went to visit her ,nether Mrs Stan TEA 104 Palafox Phone 999 my complexion.! ,
; "" 23S 21. ..utA Pa1hY
itlMl. P..c. ard in Mobile for,a short time before "Certainly madam" returned the

!.\>. tv returning to New Yor)>.. Mrs Jackt ., :' : i doctor and he,wrote, "Let.it alone." I

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SHOES
FOR MEN FOR BOYS UNDERWEAR. HOSIERY. SPECIAL THIS WEEK.

a FOR WOMEN. Light and durable, many styles to MONDAY AND TUESDAY.
,,. "Ralston's Health3.50 and UOO4'CYawford"$3.50 "Alden'::;" -a. strictly h',h-grade select from. See the Hundreds of dozen now.on our
The season for Low Cuts is here new Egyptian 100 dozen Men's Half Hose. 1 equality
and we are prepared to supply your and $4.00. S.hoe50., $2.75, $3.00 and $3.50. Crepe pure white only 50) the garmentSee shelves. Swell styles excellent values at 7%c pair. '
<< 10, 15, 20, 23, 50, 75 and $1.00.
\ery want. Our lines comprise some GENTS' FURNISHINGS. our new buttonless. sleeveless 5 dozen Men's Fine Stiff Bosom

q of the best known and most superior "Jas. Means'"-$2.50 and $3.00. Undershirt and Drawers/to/ match 50c HANDKERCHIEFS.The Shirts $1.00 and $1.50 quality at 49c

'" makes manufactured in this country. Our line' in 'this department for the garment, $1.00() .the suit. All the WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY.
soft finished hind that don'tscratch
a spring and summer now complete in new and staple styles in Balbriggan
FOR MISSES."Dudd's" ,
5c, lOc 15c, 20c, 25c 50c. 65 pair Men's Fine high cut Shoes, r
detail.SHIRTS Nansook! Lisle!
0 "Dorothy Dodd" (for Women)-; every and thrad. sizes
5
to Several
=: % 10. styles to select
$1.25. $1.50 $1.73; and
$3.00 and $3.50. SUSPENDERS.The .
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$2.50 NECK TIES.
SHIRTS! SHIRTS! from $3.50 shoes for $2.65.
"Queen Cotton"-$1.75, $.OO and $2.00,' We have recently' received an ex kind that don't give you that rfirt, bows narrow and wide strings,

$250. 'Bi-' letalic 1and Wachusett-The top quisite line of the ,most uptodateTies tired feeling. 25, 50, 75 and $1.00. 50 dozen Men's Ties In fourinhands.25c .

""Dorrls"2.)0.) :FOR THE BABY."BuddV notch in shirt making for $1.00 and ever shown in this city; all the PAJAMAS AND NIGHT ROBES. quality at 19c.

01 C' $1.50. latest shapes in silks and wash goods, The sleep producing kind, soft and FRIDAY AND SATURDAY.

"Bernalda"$1.75."Welcome"1.50.. Fox" and "Carhart"50c. Weseo and Garland Unexcelled 25. 50 and 75c.!) comfortable and pretty patterns Sat 50 good durable Umbrellas $1.00

75c and 100. values in. 50 and 75c Shirts. See Our big show window. popular prices. $U5 and $1.50. quality at 83c.



"Parisan" :Ribbons, 50 pieces to 25 doz
: 2000 yards 40xinch White Lawn, select; from, for sashes, for girdles I and of good weight, made to be found on center counter; Embroideries would be hardto 500 pairs Infants and Children's

01 in both Sheer and Batiste I I ft for waist fronts, 'and sell for and well' worth 20c, some very desirable lengths for find under one roof, the Soxjust received, all col- O C i

3 finis, 12]>and 15c values Itlucj many other useful points of a I our special price 15c, 2 Skirts and Children's dresses. very elaeorate as well as the ors, black and white, pair Z J p U

01 x j Lady's or Miss Easter gown. for ., 2 5 C.. Come early and make selection dainty baby effects.

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cj Whine Linen Suitings 36-inch (our special) Round) Thread 54-inch (our special) Round Thread 9 '36-inch Sheer all Linen Lawn :S5c We have just received our sec

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3tt-tnch Union Linen Suiting i .., 23c
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shipment of GILT BELTS and
36-Inch All Linen Suitings' . 33c 45-inch (our special) Round Thread 72-inch (our special) Round Thread FINE LINEN LAWNS 46-inch Paris Muslin (special)....15c I

3 :"ft-inch. Butchers Linen Suiting. ..35cDDoooooooooooooooooooo Linen... .. .. ., .... .........65c Linen '.. .. ,.. .. .. ,. ....$1.00oooooooooooooooooooooooooooc 36-inch Sheer all Linen Lawn....55c 29-inch Persian Lawn (special) .lOc BELTING.

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The work of cleaning city thorough 1 ,
!fares' and! of making a quIck economical
disposition of all the various kinds of city .
want* and refuse has with the recent
rapid growth of American cities grownto
be a moll picturesque Industry and one
that has presented very complex Industrial t
and engineering problems. Some experts .. LIGHT
hay declared that the plans of refuse .
disposal followed in England are superior REFl7.t.
to most of those in vogue In America. .
but It la admitted that in the kindred c.E.Rr: 617 AND 519 WZST BAY ST. 3:

Geld of street cleaning the Yankee are JACKSONVILLE,. FLA.
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The cost of this eort of city homelo&erpInp. -
which la of each vital Importance to _. land Ailing I -
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ail resident of large communities varies : ',, : -1 .:> ..". .7.-. ":;. <, < ;,.: ; ." ;, ,, .:. .; :-.:, : conveyed either by boats or cars. ent'e to the need requirements hU not; as yet u. been met. I
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street cleaning operation* 1* ILM per year, : _)t' "" '. : ... _.. automatic appliances extent haven For loading employedto to Is found In the utilization ot city gar-I
Ind In Philadelphia considerable
in Boston It la U.78. whereas a food waite. In New York and I. I ( of Dannheisser Bros.) a
! it is but 96 centa per person for railroad cars grab or clamshell buckets bags or States
the full twelvemonth and In Baltimore operated in connection with locomotive other oftntmentcUnited and uttl Pure Old Rye and Bourbon, Fine
only 73 cent One indication of the prog- cranes have been utilized extensively: methods under Invelitlgatlon. Thl Wines. Beer and Tobacco.
TM which la being made by our big citiesin Jew BEING 17.N.L .R.JCD ATS.R. and for the conveyance of the waste material Izatlon-ar& now known a. crema.
( spreading the gospel of cleanliness Is to the deep-sea dumping grounds process of destruction in the burning of garbagein : Old) Hickory Whiskey Specialty
found in the of mu- there Wave been introduced selfdumpingand tlon consists furnaces. This is ,
bieipal/Uee to own outright full etjurp- V-Propelllng scows. The self-pro- specially prepared extensively In England. 12 W. Zarragossa Street.

[nent: necessary for street cleaning In- the removal of ashes, garbage> sweeping marked but is diverted to the pemn scows three In number are the the where plan the followed"destructors." as they are PENSCAOLA. FLORIDA.
Icludlcg horses wagons tool, etc. shovel and either a can on wheels or a : dumps established through the effortsof property of the city and are at work employed for the destructionnot
framework on and refuse. crematory going to with termed are
the season sea
In a in
day
. supported andother
Street cleaning methods vary In detail rubber bag Waring.The every u
In different American cities, but the wheels to serve as a receptacle for tbesweepings. In New York more tnan 1,100 miles of the late Colonel ashes and street sweepings. Each scow only oaswells Opponents of themethodtowever. ---
( receive awage New York system la preferable to six pockets, and each
cheat followed the metropolis Th hand sweepers streets are cleaned dally-some of them contains five or declare that It Is costly
la may
b* tsjua fair of twentieth of $2 per day for eight hours' work. being gone over several times within the that followed in many American titles, pocket Is fitted' with, two hinged doors. even when carriedon
example
as a
uniform 24 hours-and considerably more than 1.000 be opened when the boat is and a wasteful process Safes! Safes! Safes!
his Which may
conditions.The
Mo de- must furnish own Ideal and U undergoingimprovement. favorably
century ** The street cleaning Each man tons of refuse is handled daily. The three but It is not yet at full allowing the under the most
of New York city muster about be changed on Monday In the summer all sea proceeding spj-ed. of New York conducted a very t
jirtmtnt which must classes of waste material or be drawn out by the City
general fall
CQf'Seach to
refuse method
.of) lQye s. a very Incignlncant portion and Thursday of each week and to its own destination. The swill U dumping must be discontinued for thon'lUion current of the water at the bottom of elaborate Investigation of this not Buy Diebold Safes!
which is embraced la the executive that the floating waste material sometime since, and the outcome was
taken to Barren Island where U Is reduced The self-dumping scow Isenabled
force. la order to systematise the work If Ita condition necessitate.hellmt and fertilizers, the plant collects on the bathing beaches puring the ktSd Us contents In the wholly satisfactoryIn Its I'f'sulLVhl'r
beingoperated r
of Greet cleaning tie city la divided intoMcUona oftener costs C-S. and with to greases the heated term the refuse is used' for greater portion of the refuse
under contract and the disposal the vessel Just described as. the Scarritt Moreno f
: each of which baa a eectloo- balm e .. the total cost up to $4.50. ,costing the city 60 cents per ton. Tbe Land All On the ether hand, landinlineoperations same manner is as without propulsive power treated was effectually destroyed or rendered ,
utilized by but
ou addition the equipment difficult in the winter, ash which constitutedthe
*e, which cotutttut tie headauartenor In to sweepings and household rubbishIs are be towed tom [ harmless the
street In consequence
carted to 13 river front dumps where it old-fal iond Hat scow ta now
U located. The major portion of the has, of course full for Is carefully sorted An within a few years Ini".Ue aH r'brblslt> The In thU field save for lisa vegetable matter which was only par- 4gent tMr
and obselrts
ctual work of atreet cleaning 1* done by the removal of sweepings aa collected 1.000 the sum of ,.X>,GOO a year this either burn all 1 carnage: 8r reduce togrease virtually *f land lWk g. There baa tUlly carbonized, and every refuse heap
to tore of LMO band *w epen or "White included in this e<.pseveeral. hundred pays privilege and apportions the work among and lertlllzer. and utilize all offecs the purpose demand for wlf-pro..lIJnl disclosed paper which was not evescharred.
nlacs," a* they are commonly called beau.a > ash oarta and tru paper and street sweepinr* for Slung low lands been some -
vf light wagonsand subcontractors.! A portion of the refuse' .." ,. .. designe'' particularly with rete:- -
' and a-number nf mat-\ 5'r scows
oWle of untforms. Each of carts :
UMlr whlt ,t'1stm" nt.T'
assigned for Is not towed out to sea to the buoy-
'... 1* provided with a broom and vehicles being regularly

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and I have never wanted enjoyed my stay here and I am reanyglad II I
the Florida East Coast extension. I again they want to go now that cumstances that I came down. I guess that I
: 1r it**I ***** ***** **** because the o* the situation has worn for anything. Our Collar and
t4 %?:a'l **x IF a : was first induce}! to come south novelty Those:who have been sick and who you will see me down this 'way next
of rheumatism in my shoulders.I away. Thers is "nothllng: to prevent class who are generallyto year for I have a sneaking Idea that
x comprise that ,
East had been working for an ice delivery them. They can leave when they so will again bother me."
f.ExperieJce J'au hand the be found upon work of this kind. rheumatism
j company 5n New York city .and contracted desire. But on the other better provided for than Duncan was shown a copy of the I Shirt Machines
been
.. the rheumatism at the ice great majority of the men who cams have would have been In any city in Miami Metropolis, containing! an article -

< Coast Extension Laborer % works. Of course I came south at a here from New York Philadelphiaand I they for the hospital facilities in reference to the hospital facilities -< t .
that country
and who knew tbe ,
l less salary as that which I was receiving other cities I far ahead of the the extensIon He stated that
are on these
regulations enable Iron
and us to
them when they
in New York city.and' when II there was work for that they would far as he knew the article was correct
j
: hospitals BO
satisfied. They haveever. I free city articles to fit the body
had sufficiently recovered I made up arrived area at I[ that it hardly.: expressed the
and
assigned to, wre they
to be therefore
Industrial Record. be convenience and while I ha"cnever have i naturally. and
not
,:s I my mind to return. I may I benefits whichthe. men received. ,
worked on a railroad home. comfortably. There's no
right before
% treating the exactly in that interesting ,
." company I Interesting
." ** *; :' ** "* to who have told me that the arrangements I formalife: : rough edges' to irritate
.'. + *** *** 'o.e- o.t..o.o I situation fully : those Cured'! Consumption.
,., *s e g*rJ..<* #* 1 1J. but explained the I the men on this work t part of the' United States.I II -when they are laundered
did for you
the foreman of gang and he weather has I Clearwater
my fishing the Mrs. BW". Evans. ,
they have,There is good here.
reports which have not appear to kick very hard thoughhe are far ahead of anything is facility for I.I been superb, and really I am going Kan., writes: My"husband; lay sick fo,i
W. who has been em-|the sensational I that I ought to have remained ever seen. Th re every
!
Duncan I I York and did say man. I have had a vacation months. The doctors sad he
circulated in Ne P fy ed as day laborer on the Flor- been until I haa!! been her three comfort afforded the entire SteamLaundry.
a treat- only one day We procured The Star
the
In other cities In reference to but the company has gone ., .I lost had qui rlsumpUo1. :
only that
East Coast extension was accorded to the months longer. tonnake,timeI wasdown this way and :m car'rng a bo; Ballard's Horehound Syrup
Jacksonville last Sunday on his way: ment which has bate'been been induced to!I "In reference to the stories .about to some expense for in arranging them as possible. a neat little sum of money ash cured him. That was i .

t' his: home in New York city. : laborers wbo work on this extension I I the sufferings of the men-wbo aw at life as plasant healthily located. 1 home. I did not ask for transportation six years ago and since then wit have
south to
Mr. Duncan ts those who come work this extension. It is all bosh. The camps are but the foreman: of house W I
among by Duncan win I i on and in fact there when I.left, always Kept a bottle Jn the
the statement made day I warden St. Phone 114.
want sick a
this great who was not 37 E
Cum some :
to Florida to work on Of there are it for and
to, a : course with fixed me do without It. .For coughs
He said The food I was cannot Hehtacola. Flit
r.+!..r.Jad; enterprise several months be interesting.' Industrial repre-j I to get back home. They have h?eu has been but little sickness. the'' .gang Jacksonville. I will rail ontheClydj colds it has no equal :23c! 50c and $1.t
1:0, With him came a trainload ofmen sentative! oflh: of had
being a'we have al dnifglita.- -
home after iav- here for a few months and liter for hone' I haTe Sold! by tpi. -
and I amen mwa} the cJr- ". I.
according to his statement work I and bent upon city could have been saved under :/'. ;
months at on roving disposition -
er... of in spent"about six -
fo llnw,4 Tatar on. la view : -C, j--
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PACE FOURTEEN THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH- .18 1908 .
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1 unexampled harmony was (Immediately: '


, Namejrhem FLORIDA OPPORTUNITIES Mlme Them own established Amelia and: among had between some them them.turkeys was a genuine of her THE KING. OFPURIFIERS


freak of nature a strange reversion of
: $ o.oo IN GOLD_. PRIZES.The the cultivated turkey to the wildness of L

was: a ben turkey
remote It
Jacksonville! Development Company, publishes a monthly "Magazine of Opportunities: It Is called the more than ancestors.two old renowned for BLOOD SWIFT'S
"Florida Home." It is devoted to Florida and is published for the purpose of presenting those opportunities, years vicious disposition.
athletic
It offers nothing: but propositions feats! and t
specifically In Which the Jacksonville Development Company Is interested.
united
bad SPECIFIC
I merit that are eafe. Our, publication; ,is advertised throughout the United States and When Amelia! and Pteinforth; satisfaction as.a
I of the highest propositions had attracted has such perfect .
their fortunes this turkey No other remedy given 1'-:" ,
is !being sought after by interested people in every State in the Union. Scores of requests for it, from Maine .to ,
the lawyer's attention and he had is reliable in the cure of blood diseases 9a THE cnrpurifier
,'. California reach our office every day. it blood and tonic or so I
f ks FLORIDA IS A STATE OF OPPORTUNITIES ,t are they? We want all 1 the people of Florida-particularly often amused himself! by teasing o.ndrnpt'mDg of character as S. S. S. It is known as The BLOOD PBRIFIL;, t
interest themselves in telling those of other States what Florida offers, or It to perform: extraordinaryevolutions : every ,, K.M.-; ..
farmers of Florida-to
r; the of its success and .__ ..
and the secret 'iY% _
muscular structure Purifiers
" can offer the homeseeker and investor-the large investor and the small investor. The articles miu- .j,
i (not over 300 words), to tha point: honest and 'accurate. They must not contain individual advertising matter, of the average turkey is wholly its right to this title ,is because "IT _CURES DISEASE. i i ;.. ,.;M i- 1
though the attractiveness and advantages of .a particular city, or town, or section for a particular industry, or IncapsbV. of L healing ''': t9 t t .
entirely purifying
made ..1
..
medicine :.
be dwelt While his wife had been speaking of It is an honest .I" : ..... "! .
local conditions upon.
FIFTY DOLLARS may IN GOLD-To make It worth While, the Jacksonville! Development Company will give $50 I Judd's ambitions project It.had ocwir- roots, herbs and barks, which are acknowledged to specifics for :fi:' ...,.!;....\ \:'.

in gold prizes for the best short artlces! on this subject as follows: First prize $20; second prize $10; third red to the lawyer's mind that It wouldbe diseases arising from an impure or poisoned condition of the blood .t (';.. .J/... -...
prize. $5; and fifteen prizes of $1 eaca. The articles will be judged in this office. The contest will close April 15 very funny If their old ben turkey in
.. NOT A LITERARY CONTEST-This is not a contest in which fine English or rhetoric plays any part, Its I could be substituted for the postmas and possessing tonic properties that act gently and admirably the building of a run.

. a contest merely in knowledge of facts and conditions, and a plain matter-of-fact way of telling thm. We ter's. The scheme looked fanciful but down, weakened or disordered condition of the system.

' want nothing but facts. No fancies. Stelnfortu bad turned more difficult One of the in favor of S. S. S. is that it is the only blood
" i DO YOU WANT "FLORIDA HOME?"-It costs 12 cents a year to pay postage on our magazine' alone not I tricks In staunton without being greatest points! : remedy on the

.. counting the expense of producing it. If you want It sent to you regularly-and it may interest ,and benefit caught Urged on by Amelia he gave market which does not contain a mineral ingredient of some kind to derange or damage the

you-send ten cents. to help pay postage and It will -go to :you regularly. serious thought to the matter and by system. It is the one medicine that can be taken with' absolute safety by the youngest chili
WHAT HAVE YOU TO SELL?-Incidentally, if you have anything to sell or exchange-t! matters not
what-so the proposition is in Florida and one of merit-bring it to the attention of our Investment Depart bribing a hired man at Judd's the or the oldest member of the family, and persons who have allowed their systems to get it i

;1 meat thing which was Judd accomplished.scat to' the White The Houseon box such condition that most medicines are repulsive to the stomach will find that S. S. S",

: Jacksonville Development Company, Jacksonville, Fla. the morning: of the day before while thorough, is gentle and pleasant in its action, and has none of the nauseating effectsof

't Thanksgiving actually contained the the different mineral mixtures and concoctions offered as blood purifiers.As .
REFERENCES-Any Jacksonville Bank; Dun or Bradstreet.
corpse of Amelia's hen turkey dressed
I In the best style of the art and packed every part of the body is dependent on the blood for nourishment and strength, i it >is

s "I with the same care which Judd had necessary that this vital fluid be kept free from germs and poisons. So long as it remains
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X;. 'I _....,.,.... ..'>'>:t J;:'"<"f'<..,......."."..4.:J .:.J."r." ..'l-"'............;:"c.'...v...<.i.c."" "" .v c.-.tI"" "":3..-"'l"c......,,............ .........2.........(...........".-....'..>.......v..t..v..y.v.....c,:..:i ..,.... its a calamity Froui all poInts'of view bestowed"bronze." upon bis Incomparable uncontaminated we are fortified against disease Gentlemen S. S. is used as a family medicine
1 >.: It made Miss Klagger extremely un- "I'll bet the man doesn't live that and health is assured;t.but any impurity, home. I myself have taken and always found it what in It o-+I.

r Story' popular; Indeed, she had never been can stick a fork into that old bird," humor or poison injuriously on the sys- claimed to be. It thoroughly cleanses the system of i t.
l | well liked. Few approved of her as said Stelof rtb. "The ax that I and affects the general health. Pus- parities increases the appetite improves the digestion
jtem
: postmistress. She had inherited the chopped her bead off with was dulled and builds up the general health. I have given it to cj
1 office from her father! and had never so 't I couldn't split a cedar shingle tular eruptions, pimples, rashes and the children with fine results. It promptly restores the a pay

..;l | The President's Turkey j |!I needed It, being well to do. J I I with It afterward." different skin affections show that the blood blood tite and tonic clears and the has skin of all eruptions.endorsement.It is a very fci
hearty
a, I It was a double blow to Judd because )I On the day after Thanksgiving Judd my
% is in a feverish and, diseased condition as a 124 S. 9th St., Lebanon Pa. P. H. THOMPSON.
r.Jt BY HOWARD FIELDING. | i he had a sentimental feeling for 1 i I went down to Washington "on business -
..rat *** -I iI Miss result of too much acid or the of
Klagger. whom he often praised I as he told his daughter. As a presence
? % Copyright 1905 by Charles W. Hooks. |; ; to his daughter as "a strong woman, ,I matter of fact he went as the result of some irritating humor. Sores and Ulcers are the result of morbid, unhealthy matter in tit

t + !H x.r: .lf :nja ,{ .j:4Jl\; iiiYArsg7Cis i .ffi5 *j :: powerful strong woman. a masterly: irresistible impulse. He simply bad toI blood and Rheumatism Catarrh Scrofula Contagious Blood Poison etc. are all deep-seated
I woman." At such times little Miss I I I I go. It was in his mind to strike up on ,' ,
r Judd would have a cold feat In her '; acquaintance with the humblest of the blood disorders that continue to grow worse as long as the poison remains.

r t a May morning two men-just_ might as well fish in tie middle of tie bones, and her sweet blue eyes would I I I president's servants and beg for news But all blood diseases are not acquired; some persons are born with an hereditary taint

ON plain ordinary men to look road. But on a day like this" wander, frightened, over the familiar from the executive kitchen but this"us this affliction manifested in The
and
in the blood skin has
see
great
at-alighted; from a train at lie left the remainder of the sentence objects of her name, as If she were '\\ not easy to accomplish. He hung we many ways. awaxy

Staunton Pa., and walked up to the imagination and hIs silence I- about to be driven from its shelter. around the White House until he began pallid appearance, the eyes are often weak, glands of the neck enlarged, and as the

-c the main street to Parker Judd's bouse. was so Impressive that It roused Yet she knew well enough'that Amelia to attract the attention of certain .taint .has.been in the blood since birth.the. entire health is usually affected.In .

FK The main street becomes a country his some companion's questions about curiosity.the Winkumpawand They asked Klagser any; other would poor never man.marry her fatheror the Inconspicuous secret service persons, and connected it is quite with pos- all blood troubles S. S. S. has proved itself'perfect remedy and has well earned the

; road within a stone's throw of the finally decided in its favor a circumstance This conviction: was most agreeably sible that he might have been subjected title of "KING OF BLOOD PURIFIERS." It goes down into the circulation and removes

r + railroad station and "the old Juddplace" upon which they congratulated verified In early July when the suspicion to inconvenience had not thepresident all poisons, humors, waste or foreign matter, and makes this stream of life pure and'health-
is a little farm. themselves for the Win that
later: It was Miss Klagger who had:
of him.
.1 Judd had been at work In a field but kumpaw yielded such sport that day sent the Winkumpaw story to the himself caught with sight his headIn sustaining. Nothing reaches inherited blood
Suddenly, inexplicably,
had returned to the bouse for something as a fisherman never forgets. Washington paper had crystallized in- a.whirl and his feet treading upon troubles like S. S. S.j; it removes every particleof

r he could scarcely remember "It's a cur'ous thing," said Judd to to certainty. In the midst of the result- air Judd found himself entering thepresident's the taint, purifies and strengthens the weak,
what. \Vbeu the two men came into his daughter at supper time. "The older Ing gossip it was announced that Miss .
,' the yard he was sitting on the chopping man's got the same name as the Klagger would marry a lawyer named exalted workroom.The took the hum- ss.s. deteriorated blood, and supplies it wish the
personage
block trying to persuade himself president And he repeated It several Steinforth who from a small beginning ble postmaster by the hand and greeted healthful properties it needs and establishes the

'D to get up and go back to the field. lIe times meditatively "(.ooks some had risen to such power that it was him right heartily. foundation for good health. As a tonic thisgreat"medicine
was a tall loose: Jointed man. with like him. too accordln' to the picturesI've said to be only a question of time when "
"I've Just written a letter, said
sandy hair and corn colored! beard. lie seen. Guess likely! he's some re- be would own the whole"town. be "to thank for you that turkey the has no equal, and it will be found
yon
t t i had dreamy blue eyes and a deep, lation. They come up from Washing The postmistress went on a brief finest bird that ever gobbled! We all PURELY VEGETABLE, especially: bracing to weak, anaemic persoui.Rheumatism .

slow and gentle voice. ton." wedding trip leaving the,office In the enjoyed it immensely." Catarrh Sores and Ulcers Skin
Mr. Judd" said one of the visitors The girl counted some one dollar bills hands of her young brother, who was ,
"we want you to hitch up some kind of ,tor the tenth time with great satis- grotesquely and indeed maliciously un- Now never the actual gobbled turkey,' 'because In questionhad It was Diseases, Scrofula, Contagious ,Blood Poison and, all other blood troubles are cured perma

a rig and drive us out to the bead of faction. fit for that honorable station and when Amelia's old hen and gobbling Is a nently by S. S. S., and so thorough is the cleansing of the blood that no trace of the disease -
Brown's pond. We're going to allow "I'm glad they didn't think you went the bride returned and resumed charge
prerogative of the male. Moreover the is left to breakout in future years or to be transmitted to offspring. If you are in
t up the stream and 'H It we can catch with them for the fun of it." said she. of the mails her manner was far more '
', a few trout. The next morning early Miss Judd offensively autocratic and her neglectof had president he attempted had not to eaten do so.any Under of it, nor ordinary need of a blood purifier get "THE KING" of them alf, S. S. S.and good results are

; "I've got( a good bit of work to do" went down to the store and returned public business more brazen than it circumstances the turkey sup- assured. Book on the blood and any medical, advice desired furnished without charge to
tI raid Judd and then afraid that be with some articles which had long been had ever been before. The result was
posed to be Mr. Jndd's would have all who write..
might lose the chance to go fishing hoC needed In the house. She brought with that Mrs. Steinforth was removed been bestowed In charity with other THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY ATLANTA, GA.AH .
added with as near an approach to her also the surprising Informationthat from office In October and Parker
similar It
I offerings but happened to
baste as his nature would permit, "butI the fisherman of yesterday resembled -I I Judd was appointed.
have a higher destiny. In a playful,
guess I can accomodate ye." the president's portraits because Judd was overwhelmed. HU for -
moment the president had directed
A pretty girl with yellow hair and he was the original of them, the I tunes had declined, despite his daugh-
that It should be sent with his compliments -
blue eyes like her father's though with president himself. Judd received the ter's
I good
j management, to a point
!. to a certain senator with whom
more light in them appeared at the news with wonder and reverence. I where relief was urgently demanded.
he bad recently had a disagreementover
,; door and regarded the strangers with Thereafter the exalted head of this i It had even been rumored .that Lawyer (
I the matter of patronage In thesenator's tiJDIBM J4RBU i]
a mild regret The men lifted their hats nation made! more visits to Staunton Steinforth was "reachln out' for the state. Let the gentleman be 1

j and the girl acknowledged their salute I than the general public ever heard of. I old Judd place. In view of these factsIt known here as Senator N. as
fc'U and vanished. Facilities for the dissemination of Is no wonder that Providence and .-
Of course the president could not disclose 4
"I "Infer from the young lady's expreselon .' news were scant In that tillage, and I the president became completely and the facts to Mr. Judd because / AT THE TOP THEY SAID ptAHH W MIRED! ''
said the elder man "that our I the exertion of a little "influence" blended Judd's
very reverently thought.; DO n
r COULDN'T
that would have broken the poor man'sheart WELL, GoJ4 rrs HWH UPt4ER
friend forgets; to charge a proper price I sufficed to check them altogether, with "lie's been right gaod to me," said LOST
be THEY HAVE FIVE
It seemed to, one of those OH, I >w WELLtYfe
for his services when he takes people the exception of one serious Indiscre- Judd for the hundredth time as he sat
cases often encountered by statesmen CAN HEAR YOU FELLOWS OOWMl
Bshing. He's a widower." he added.That's tion which was committed by an Individual the M FIVE DOLLARS
on chopping block one evening after -
U&{ his where a good He Is better than the THERE WELCHWG. fM UP WTOP W&Y.W.BOtu
daughter.
,' who should have been the last supper. "I wish there was some- ""'
truth. And Judd was so grateful and / AMD =
HIGHER ,
When THAN
: they were out upon the road to betray a secret of the government thIn' I could give him. -rr : rvG
so pleased that the president yieldedmore 7 -
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t"la 7n Judd's wagon they approached the for she was Its chief beneficiary InStlunton. "He doesn't want anything," re-
and delivered
and more to temptation
r '" Subject of compensation whereupon : Mis Amelia Klagger the sponded his daughter. "My goodness I
I eulogium
a really eloquent up-
y: Judd displayed embarrassment, as if postmistress The story which revealed he's got everything."
,- on the Judd turkey.He tuq
IL their mention of the matter were anA the
president's favorite fishing "You remember the night he was
of It when
was In the midst a
f' unmerited kindness. In return for itt ground and ruined the Winkumpaw by here to supper" said Judd "when we faithful attendant entered bearing a r 1 IiI
be said: making too famous was traced with
had the broiler. lie
poult everlastingly
box:, which he set down upon the table.
:
"Ye won't catch nothln In Brown'sbrook. perfect certainty to Miss "
i
r. Klagger. stowed it away didn't be? And the Under the cord that was wound aboutIt GETTING 1 1Z
{ : ". 'Whydon't ye try the Winkum This happened so.late in the season postmaster chuckled with pleasure at there was a letter which the president OH! OH) 1 MUST GO. pH! I FEEL ttKi'
!;i-iJ paw? that It cost the president not more than the memory. Said It was about the top after courteously requesting Mr. DOWN MOW. NX( lit j'M GONG 10 FN.1CM
'4; \ ThP Tlsltor .bad never beard of It. one outing and Judd not more than one notch in the way of a turkey. Now Jndd's permission, opened and read as REST A Mlt itl'TE' I II lt bETTittGDIUX
''''' "Folks from out op town don't po fat fee and one golden; day in the company I've been a-thlnkin' an' aponderin'an' follows: t WISH I H DH'T COME EN'KEEP

there much. continued Judd. "an ] of the great man wham he had a revolvln In my mind" he added gV UP HfR!. 1 BEUEVg
\;.. them that do are most generally dist learned xtegard with a gentle" adoration with increasing decisiveness "an this To Great His Excellency.and Good Friend-It Etc.: has been my .

'* app'inted.Vtth a bright sky ye yet the incident was looked upon is what I've come to: Some o' them misfortune to incur your displeasure and

;b/ ----- -- :_-. .. poults has growed up into mighty to receive at your hands various and sun-
; .' prime turkeys an* I'm goin to take the dry things which may be called in the
It ," ,_ ," ; language of the viilear. exceedingly .
....., best o. the lot an' fat him up from noon tough. But this turkey beat. them alL hl (lt
j I an' send him to the president for Try It Try it with an awl. with a drill 1 Il,ttl f
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Thanksgivin. What do ye sap to that with an ax. You will make as much Impression -
girlie?" on It as I hare made upon your

Sewing Machines It struck Miss Judd as 'a, good Idea favor Now at during last ,I this know session what I of may congress.expect WHAT aAC ASEMlStflON s. My{ PIEAp i'ottLY
r and absolutely original. 'Neither she from this administration. Believe me. ORI ''
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nor her father had ever heard of the etc.. yours. N. PSHAW> J rlt CA'flOWM

gentleman In Westerly IL J.,.who has The president's face was Immovably S

provided presidential turkeys. for so placid as he folded the letter and putit

many years. Such is fame. Into his pocket 1tW yv
AT COST
I, Judd picked out three turkey of the"bronze" "It is from Senator N." said he.

wSj 1 variety and bestowed upon "We are old friends. I sent him some
them an affectionate attention such as of your turkey,' and this is' his acknowledgment Q

jMkl'j ...at... no fowls In that region had ever before He says it beat any- v ,
enjoyed. They responded gratefully; thing In the turkey line that he had

I they throve miraculously; ,they ran a ever seen."
neck and neck race with the ax as A happy smile illumined the face of

Wm. Johnson (; Son. I their goal and Judd was forced to confess Parker Judd. .and hIs mild blue eyes IS 7ERItt6tE.

to hIs daughter that he would were suffused with tears. He tried to 100 FtEI!
\ I have to kill and dress all three beforehe speak but could not. The president THE RooF. Wl.TOt : .c tt

# ,.Ci ', could make a choice. He did not say grasped him warmly by the hand and t tluSTrtTti43EWA
much about the matter to anybody else; gently guided him to the door. To M7r
*, indeed he labored under the delusion wife said the rrutait
"My and I, president
i Call and see the ,different that he said nothing at alt} and when "have been making some' plans for .

.... the truth became known he honestly your little girl. You'll bear from me 014! Id -
"'' I believed that his daughter had revealedit about It presently. Goodby"The lutbi6.r re

the Electric and be spiced the evening meal with president crossed to the table
l styles, including many a kindly' jest about the Inability and opened the box: and tested the tur G 7tt

of women to keep a secret. key with the point of hIs penknife.

Amelia Klagger Steinfortn heard of "Somebody has put up a job on

4; Machine*. on display in our I, Judd's plan. She always heard of everything Judd" be eaid and jabbed the turkey I KAREBTT 15 WALL Wa, nx.D ME HAPPEN.evefor I TIME KrEw just t
that was going on., 'an' a good resentfully but :without effect Lffr5TMlj.. I UKF tM AT THiQ'.OCyiV g!!
1 I deal that Isn't as her neighbors expressed .. w

n, hardware department. All It. She was credited with
.. new being the first to hear all news but that Invaluable for Rheumatism. y ,
1y
w l couldn't have been the case in.,this In- I' have*been suffering: for the past

l stance because she never spoke to any few years with a severe attack of :
Wheeler & Wilson n
: .Sewing member of the Judd household after rheumatism and found that Bal'ard's: WfJ t:Or ALL
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't. I the loss of the postoffice. She mentioned that gave me satisfaction and tended TN Gs. wlUtlt
the matter to her husband who abut Snow Liniment was the only thingto WAY AM I LOidGr 1' EEc
.f", Machines. one eye and blew thin cloud of smoke alleviate my pains. March 24. O:!. 6R Oowt+''o T f
toward the ceiling, of their 'dining John C. Degnan. Kinsman. Ills. !5c, off! i4Etaod!
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IJ.' room. Then he began to laugh noiselessly 50c and $1. Sold by all druggists. -- J nIgjf" -
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i Wm. JOHNSON & SON. the body Amelia was angry becausebe The highest grade Tea on the market la

did not speak, and she gave him
!t': !I' some sharp words but when be finally O-YA-MA TEAPure.

w!( ., .. told her what be was-laughing at au Just as imported. Journal delivered to any part of city at lOc week

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:3 wealthy peasant who felt that brllh"'Ip. r court that the old peasant once fell off TWO.0u r

.- were numbered called his song to a haystack and landed on his ear they
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" rat trnm whence uo one returns and I stalment plan.

- c.,, ,icath you my blessing," -
1a: second eon came forward with
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::..!!.tn Henry you have been a good t ItO

1.. \ ,aUot, I bequeath you my good name."
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who shared .a seat with a man who was
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investigate
tnre has passed a resolution to -
the banks in this state?''

__ I' 'RU66ER 11Airi tc- ?, 1' + "Yes 1 see," replied the other. 'Have
objections
".tndrew .Jat"J..aOn Ton are the NUN? we r't 1rt you any 'y
NET "Not one sir. "On the contrary. It I Af
TOUD'and I bequeath t. UP 'oUoRR'f
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you IUJT gra'e." HOBOES ::0. You think they Deed. Investigating do f I, III,
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"tlS. Fach of you press my hand for the .tr\'f. "Yes sir. Four weeks ago I was up
Ust time and then go back to your work N. In Brooklyn and met a man who wantedto
I u.: the cornfield" start for Chicago at once. lie -lacked

ttut, dad, you are worth many thou- : -. %3 $:; of his fare, 'and he gave me a check
QIa r for $10 on the bank to advance him the
1 s.",,1! doll:irs, they protested In chorus
money When I took the check to the i..l i.{
that Ii true, iny sons, but I havetl.1l Irr bank the feller behind the winder handed f 1t
:i to male an equal division I have it back with a grin and said:
ineAthed\ all the honors to you and all "John Smith don't bank here. .

'he miner to the lawyers They would THEN SHE FORGAVE HIM. But there his name" says I. ,
:toys got It anyhow, even If they had "But he has no money here," says he
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all fault he pleaded after "But where'a my ten"" says I.
itd to "It's your
proie that your mother was a fool bunk,
I took the cheek to the
he and when I
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he had stolen the kiss. ,
iidrnir father a lunatic, and they ;.. .
began to talk loud and demand my right
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'could han made you enemies where you "1Ane! she cried Indignantly.: they had a policeman put me out doors out doors Just because he has aided a "
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an now always be brothers and friends" done anything .to Invite such \liberties Yes sir I want to see the banks invest!- poor feller who wanted to get to Chicago
"\ot directly be answered, "but you gated. I want to know If Its lawful for in a hurry to hear the last dying wordsof P 3
MORAL.T shouldn be so irresistibly attractive." \ them *.o grin at a man: and throw a his dear old mother,"
(the lawyers were not satisfied with Thus we learn the value of diplomacy, check back at him and then throw him JOB KERR.

Ib. (iivUlon. and having convinced the for he ;got another.ttMVo + rrr

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There are various ways of doing business farmerish looking man had dropped r eI
Into the bookstore to ask for a certain
with the toe
said the man square schoolbook and the* clerk took him for I
'"but there Is only one way of
shoes an easy one to work and softly InquIred:
doing: business as business One day In "May I ask If you are a Republican In
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my office In Chicago a man named Jones politics)"' : t,q,
who had an .office across the hall, came Always baTj' brent," was the reply x\
Into mine and asked for the loan of $;) Then I wish to call your attention to
for three days It was business to ask this book. It Is a biography of Theodore Sa
Roosevelt and Is going off like hot rakes.' ,
I, O U and be gave It to me
for
an. time
/ Contains all bin adventures from the ,
I td to leave for :New York "
Next day he was born to his last Unit In Colorado
all of a sudden and a week' later I called "No. I guess I don't ,care for It," was* : .
for Bouth Africa. I had been In Africa the reply. :
six months hunting up certain: parties, 1'ou'lf find It very Interesting"

l when I entered a hotel at Cape Town. -
one day to find Jones there / I t

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Hello, Jones," says I.
m ."Brown the Interest on $:) for six Hello, Brown," says he. l

ri1iA months at 5 per cent Is 124 cents". l.

says he as he hands out 13 cents" "Why, alt I figure the time It was 6 ,
and 20:! minutes and I'/ II
"Right you are Jones, says I as I mouths 2 hours
bands him bark an English halfpenny Jones owed you at least another farthing '$1 t
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and we both went our ways without another ." ., .' -
word. As. I was saying there la .'Han ed If he dldnt!" muttered the / .

i only one way tor do business as business." square-toed man and for the next: hour ," 1J'

Then why didn't. you do It that \\'ayl" .he looked out of the car window and ap- ,I(( / t

was asked r rared to be highly dissatisfied with hlm8elf. ,I ii

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."Well one or two might; have been left ..'.- .- ..
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bra vet T* .
"My SOB BilL Do you know what be
did the other morning when the weather
out and touched ti } .
was at UI'G1' Went right '
his tongue to the ax. and If you'll show "" ,.r
me where and when our I'resldent did e
that In his boyhood I'll buy half a dozen .
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SIDE LIGHT OX THE SAME. ., '. ;; '+ it. and H'UbU1 itet'mate your this-old eye on world Bill '
and SM Gossip tells socaajo t .thing* that not tree.- s x
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shall never marrry him-he history is ;?0 $ v i
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WInks-What a tlresowe bore : la't hum before J'eaflJ8 the lW'fort *t" -
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trbrl11tdi he Is luck a 'I good'spender I hate to KinfitbTh'l'U him| .up.
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il: CAHO A. REDDITT, District Manager_ 'Chipley, Fla. p i! E WHY? There must be a, reason.;; Wise and shrewd businessmen

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"'IUI..a..aIUI-i uwu ."' ----.r"IUI'U"-.a.M iurwluwrrtw _uJuI"'. Washington: D, C+ Mar. 17.- <;apt. do not take to the Miracle Hollow, Building Block
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-- ------ --.----- -- College building says that it will be "' just for fun, or just because 'they look pretty, or just to help us

:...:...:...: ..:...:...:...:+-:...:...:+:+:...:........:-+:...:...:...;+.:...:+:...:..'I I would of be change inexhaustible.of climate. The caused argument by-|This ready is for record occupancy time for this a great summer.government along, butt

M t the lowering of Lake. Qkeethabee is i building project for It was

: '; I SETTLERS ,OF LEE :COUNTY | East not mild worthy Coast climate has of was always'consideration.the result claimed of: the it e only President in of February the Roosevelt college.two laid years the ago cornerstone thas Just Because they are Durable and therefore Cheaper

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i I gulf stream. As a matter of fact, 1 1Is it The building occupies a prominentsite .
FAVOR
DRAINAGE
: SCHEME the southern latitude that counts. in the Washington barrack
l -; .:. Bodies of water may have influence on reservation overlooking the PotomaC:
;(1 ... lands immediately bordering h Jbelr, It its the main feature in an extensive; than wood or other material, to say nothing of the other advan-
tit t t : 't. :Lv.Iyer: Prom, shores, but thIs! influence.is, lost .a improvement,scheme which will make
0 'tages. They will give you .a cool house in the summer and a
y short distance back, and cannot affect the old Washington barracks a huge

J y y.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .: the climate generally. The argument[military park.Congress I warm house in the winter; a house that is absolutely fire proof and
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.:.: : ;<< : : : : :+:+: : : :+:. :+:.:.:-.;+?.:-.:.: .:. of the soil burning be easi'Iy has not been very liberal j
also
J:J' up can vermin proof. There are no wooden walls for rats to breed behind -
in War
the
.fOf I disposed of, where the question is i dealing out money for
'r'f rid of College and about: the only orna no walls to be painted every' few with the attendant
The settlers of Lee county, and par-,t would of course be necessary to cut to get the surplus waUr.It so ; t years
strikes; us that rather than kill mentation that' has not been 'cut out] .
alon* the shoresof and inconvenience.
ticularly those living many latteral] canals, and possibly a -expense
of the fWilHam's
original plans is Empe
the
drainage pans altogether, the
the Caloosahatchee river are disappointed fourth main canal would b? needed '
: '-4 over th" holding up by the!\ either into the Everglades or directto big land companies should favor a fair gift statue of Frederick the
% courts of Governor Browarrt's plans the and equable plan to 'accomplish this Great., The architect Charles F. Mc--
sea.
c I to drain the Everglades. Our citizens( A canal cut into New River or St.Lucie work. The Flagler interests are arrajed Kim Interior, provided embellishment for a liberal, hut amount aJl this of Why Don't' you Investigate If you are Going to Build
against the drainage plans butIf
t saw In this the settlement of the vex-: Rivers would accomplish! the this had to be eliminated when Congre 8
vast
t body of rich soil
of of the vjas
td question disposing overflow -
insisted: s( be'
that the" kptwithin
a ;!
of water from Okeechob'eMnto drained, the East Coast road would be '. (
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a million dollars.Nevertheless
the valley of the .Caloosahatchee, and itself (prove of great advantage to the the greater gainer. To kill the djaia- ; the' War" College t if: ....
t both those who have favored the Hic-,I people of Florida. It would! connect a'ge) question now means"that":'it will not beautiful, Is imposing on account:,
I4 1/ocheo dam and those who opposed the two sections of the lower peninsula not again be taken up ra this genera- of its size. The building Is in the' "' .
t tion. .N ] any king of building. We invite you to do this because we know
: this plan agreed that: the opening of without the necessity of making a form of a cross, the center of whtehj
canals to th Cast Coast would have. great detour of several hundred miles.II I is surmounted by a dome Brick re- .-- .that you are interested .in money-saving, and we are not uneasy
.F the effect of relieving the Caloosahat-I Engineers would find ways of controlling The Original. r.eved 'by In.Q ana limestone Is used about* your decision after you do make a thorough investigation.
chee and doing away with overflows)[ the water sufficient for navigation -' Foley & Co., Chicago originated for the outer walls. Although only
3 I i on this river As to the merits of the! of steamboats in these canals honey and Tar as a throat and lung; f. little more than two full stories 'in 1* a.,- A dwelling, church, store, hotel,. or any other kind of building
,, plans of the state officials to accom-1 1 and once they were declared naviga- remedy, and on account of tile great height the Interior construction of the I''' made of the great Miracle Hollow Building Block,will look
plash this result it cannot be said that j ble the government would take charge merit and popularity of Foley's War College is of the most up4o-date .
'.f' all agreed as many looked upon the, and the work of improvement wouldbe Honey and Tar many imitations, arc fireproof design, hollow.tile blocks being -I better, last longer, and be more comfortable: in all seasons than a

c + five cent special tax as pretty heavy,I carried on b)" the war departmentin offered for the genuine. These worthless used liberally" In the floors, partition house'made of any,other' material-then why not try it?
and thought that a tax of two center charge of rivers and harbors. I' imitations have similar' sounding and stairways: 'This iis unusual I
1 acre on all private and state lands!' Fight Still On. names. Beware of them. The genuine for a building no higher than the War
eR ; would create a great enough revenue' Despite the fact that Judge Lockein Foley's Honey and'Tar Is in a ye College, but the government engi I,
,& s' to accomplish the work of reclaiming,, U. S. Court has given the drainage low package. Ask for it, and refuse neers in charge adopted hollow tile We Also Do Sidewalk of the Best Kind
any substitute. It is the best remedyfor Paving Very
a vast body of rich soil say in a scheme a solar plexus blow the fight as the safest and most durable material
coughs and oolds. W, A, D'Alem-
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that be used and, at the
period of ten ears. I j I is sun being wa'ged on the governor. could
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k berte, and
druggist apothecary
} Living as we do here in Lee county)I| Perhaps the governor's opponents do same time ono that could'be brought -
on the borders of this vast tract to:(: not believe: that the :Marquis of Queen-' be reclaimed and therefore more directly -,: bury rules will hold in this case, for The Bald Head.A The purpose of the War College as
.t interested than other sections i I I while the governor is down ana out' bald"head is a less familiar (and outlined by iStecretary Root is to make! We have'secured the services of an expert sidewalk man from
:* i of the state there Is Keen regret that' he has a reputation of "not knowing nowadays less true) representative of U a sort of post-graduate'schooJ for;]
*, the land companies! and others opposing ., when he Is whipped," and is sure to the unchangeable than the Ethiopian's army officers. The' best man from ?. Louisville and are prepared to do your work promptly. We guarantee -
the plans of the state officials bob up for another, round. skin or the leopard's spots, but it was the various post schools, :will be grad t our sidewalks. If you want to pave but haven't the cash
of the Leaven
could not have come to some agreement -; The TImes-Union of last Sunday cited in this character with,impressive ed worth up .to and standaraU special service .schools.-i 1' in hand, we will let you pay'for the work in installments.
that would prove of mutual advantage gives interesting accounts of both
pathos by ,of the
.. Illpparchus one ..sev From these picked grades men will 1
to the private land "
sides of
owners the
able article (
; controversy an -
en martyrs of Samosata., After they ''be selected for advanced study at )
and the state. We believe that the ,
+ ; undoubtedly written by Mr Vans
t had been subjected; to severe tortures the War College in ''he great problems:
opposition has made -
r a mistake in Agnew putting the case of the land
at last confronted with of national military science",
they were soy defense
ehlir* fire all i i -
ol> along the line with companies in a'strong light, while
It and responsible command. The College
the intention of killing the object All! i of the en crosses, and the Emperor Maximian
i parts governor's address be-
sorts of arguments! and theories have, fore the Younglen's:: Democratic offered then a .lasf chan'fl'to"recant.. will fill a gap that now exists.:
i b'en brought forward to show that I League; of Jacksonville, on Saturday But the aged Ilipparcbus put his handon .in the education and of nllitary:the American authorities'expect ar,'
r the plan to reclaim the Everglades is night last is published on the same his bald head and cried "As this, my officer splendid ,results, from the Pbnsac.ola Cement Stone Co
not feasible, or at least cannot be accomplished -II page. The governor-answers' some of according 'to the order of nature, can trainIng. which the-,- llege will affordin
without the expendituref the strongest arguments produced not again be cove-red' with hair so the,iiigher branches of the warlike e ,
) a tremendous sum of money. I against the draina'ge' scheme an.l never will I change'or conform to your science.
Scheme Practicable. gives notice that he will stump the wish!" Maximianj,ordered a goat's!'
I? <- That the scheme is practicably was I state if necessary to acquaint the skin to be nailed to:Hipparchus' head A Problem a WUardry.. Vj. TELEPHONE. 399Factory
t, shown by the fact that the engineers people with his plans. He may even and then jeeringly claimed that the We want to knojv why,,persons,whc J'
y Of the Disston Company advised that'Igo so far as to call 'an extra sessionof condition fulfilled. But believe in
was Hippar- wizards] or, at all events,
rompany to enter into a contract with I the legislature for Judge Locker elms remained obdurate and consult Located Corner E
e the state to reclaim the vast bodies of main point In continuing the; injunc- speedily! wizards nearly always preferto at, Wright Street and Ninth Avenue.
died on the Fross.-London.Chronicle.He believe iu men'or women who are ,
}' muck lands surrounding Lake Okee-i i tion is that the Board of Internal Improvement in''
rhobe, and such of a race inferior" their own or .
a contract was entered Trustees had no to ,
into The work, however, wag I create or assess: a five cent power per acre Was Abseatmlndcd. I circumstances which prove that tbe.ir :: ,,' :t ..:' '_ -' ', :
:; 1 Sever carried out The only artificial1''I tax as the legislature was the only The absentminded man is at it again. occult powers are of no use to them-
Wepochee j body that could do this under the con lIe had been reading the egg story and selves. The rule l.8'not invariable, for h
r'' { ;,I stitution.To decided to try the trick. The first thingto there Lave been great wizards like ;* What Load Will Ire BearT

c..J. ) and this was not at first intended for i those! familiar with the Everglades do was to boil the egg. 'How,many Paracelsus, Roger Bacon, Michael Scott The army rules are that two Inch ice
1...,.. a drainage canal. The canal opened to it must be admitted that lr."ansAgney.'s minutes? he asked himself, and, goingto and Cagllostro, who wert acknowledged will sustain a man or properly placed L
.' 14 t the south, and was Intended to be cut argument in the Times- the stove with the egg in:one hand by those! who consulted or fear Infantry; four inch ice will carry a man CORDON & BROWN
: i through Into the lower Everglades but Union 1s correct on that part of the' and his watch In the,other,.be droppedthe ed them to be in all, :ways their Superiors on horseback or cavalry or light guns; I ,
_tt was abandoned after ten miles was controversy.: It is' very doubtful If latter in the hot water. Then, but it i ia seldom broken. In all' six inch ice..heavy field guns, such as
i 1. cut This canal could be ('omplt"te11 the lower Everglades; could ever be placing the egg ou the table he eat the letters on country superstitionswhich eighty pounders; eight inch ice a.battery
11' for an expense of not over $:>0.000, reclaimed, and if so their value would down to read until the time was' up. we have published the "wise"' of artillery, with carriages and I
; t. and the this with a canal into New River not pay for such an undertaking. The At the end of five or six minutes he man or woman has always gypsy bloodor horses, but not over 1,000 pounds per HARDWARE COMPANY.Mill
r.-t or one contemplated cut plan '
being should be
) confined
to the
{ ..i-1: from the St Lucie river together/: with saw grass region,' bordering upper Lake I!'I was surprised to find the egg lying some peculiarity of appearance square foot on sledges, and ten Inch ice .
\ } the llicpochee canal, would go a long Okechobee. "There are approximately there before him. but, euppoaing-that marking out him or her unfavorably sustains!! an army or an innumerable
)""" way toward accomplishing the work one million acres of this class of i! he bad himself taken it from the kettle from,their kind. The wizard of India multitude. On fifteen inch Ice rail-
t. of permanently lowering Lake Okee- land lying In the eastern part of De-! and cooled It., he proceeded to crack is usually a naked,ea\age, while those road tracks are often laid and operated.
ir:. chobee six feet below its nonnal level Soto and Lee counties but the larger i;i and peel It. The consequence'may be who resort to him are civilized beings 1 for months, and ice two feet thick
". and thus reclaiming! : something like tract being within the borders of Bade Imagined. Finally he missed his watch. clothed carefully in muslin. The reverence withstood the impact of a loaded passenger I Supplies, Iron Pipe and Fittings,
.;i I one million acres of rich muck land county The governor is rfglit when The house was searched high and low, of the whites for the black obeah I car after a sixty foot fall (or
'!'' lying; to the southeast south and west he states that such lands are needed and it was not till the following'morn- man or woman in the West Indies'is t perhaps' 1,500; tons), but broke under Steam Pumps, Galvanized Roofing,
.; "p of the 'great lake for a distance of fifteen for sugar production. They would be Ing that the cook found it'in the kettle the subject of countless naratives especially that of the locomotive and tender (or
t, miles In these directions. worth $50 per acre for this purpose where it had been boiling for bo rs.- in the French islands.-London 'perhaps 3,000 foot tons). Barbed Wire, Nails, Boat Spikes,
I After this was accomplished it when reclaimed, as their f>riihtv! Exchange. Spectator. .
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--.--.- oJad 5nee>e night Out. Tarred Roofing, Building Hardware,
"2et'Pr'suppress a sneeze" said the
I Scissors, Razors, Pocket Cutlery.
trained nurse to the young woman who
bad Just performed that polite act "It
is'a great strain on all the nerves and
blood vessels of the bead, as it throwsall
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of letting It come out of the Orders Promptly Shipped.
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vessel that=may be weak Is likely to

U". So many people who have apparently<< recovered' from an attackTof La I burst it and cause Instant y:.
with Pneumonia. Grippe are stricken loud sneeze does not sound very tIm..1 _. -
This -
is due. to the fact that the Bronchial Tubes. and: ; Lung+* are left weakened but it Is a safe thing to do every -"VM M
and unable to resist disease. I .
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dynamometer, a man is precisely at his
r ,', weakest\ when he tarns out of bed.

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I TAR highest by breakfast point after but the it midday attains to mealIt its

then sinks for a few hours rises
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,t* will not be cures Grippe: Coughs, and prevents Pneumonia but strengthens the Lungs so they and Idleness. s Put them in before the FLIES and
to
susceptible the development of serious lung troubles. Do not take .
chances with i
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preparatipn that contain get your
may some harmful drag when FOLEY'S HONEY AND I I I Election Canvasser-What does
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4.-( I had a bad cue or La Grippe about ten rean when 'e's talking to a protectionist'e's I NOW Get prices at once.
10 weak that I have been troubled more or Jess every ago winter which since left until my I Lungs used G. VACHER, '" Osgood St., Chicago l ..y,: "My wife bad. very a free trader, and when e's talking :
f 1. FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR, .bich cured me completely and Lungs severe case of La Grippe.sad It left fJerlth Ver7'btd cough. She tried to a free trader 'e's a protectionist and : of
my BRICK
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lunatic!-Punch.
j s Three *-*, SOc. $1.00. The ,
; iy the $1.00 bottle jSJyHfggg*utes..* the small size and Hew to Tell Them Apart.
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b Mr. Knowall (laughing)-Can you tell H.
:, SOLD AND RECOIMEXKIIY ae, Miss De WItte, what is the difference I G.__ DeSilva & Co.
; between a wise man and \ fdol? l
Miss De WItte-A wise man knows be

f. ,(. W. A. D'ALEMBERTE. _, Druggist and Apothecary, -:S. a la fox t Pensacola. isa fool and' is miserable' ; the' fool. r : Phone '11.

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