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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 20, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Incessant Rains Have Wrought British Foreign Office Believes Associated Press. living breathing human beings whs
(Chicago Mar. 19.-Attorney Gen
r- commitetd the wrong. lIe cedared Court Review of Commissioners'Orders
Much Damage in South. Clouds Over Algeciras Have al :Moody commenced the: closing; argument I the government and the people would .
for the government" In the be satisfied with nothing less. FEVER Bone of Contention
packer's case to-day and the court Mr. Moody said his appearance at
Disappeared. room was crowded with local attorneys the bar 'was unusual and almost im-

RIVERS AND CREEKS EVERY ... anxious to hear the. attorney, precendented but the law gave him
I general.In the right to appear and after much HOUSE COMPROMfSED ON BIUL
WHERE OUT OF THEIR BANKS WILL NOT BE PUBLISHED Physicians Say New Orleans Pa
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Assistant DETAILS the opening argument he de- deliberation he believed it his duty .
OWING TO THE UNPRECEDENTED Secretary of the Navy MEETING clared tltg eyes of the whole 'people! to ,appear Justification for his ac :ABOLISHING' GRADE OF LIEUT.
UNTIL AFTER TO.!
of the United States tient Died of Cirrhosis of
were directed tol tion. he said would be found not only GENERAL BY MAKING LAW INOPERATIVE
RAINFALL-BLIZZARD IN W. T. Newberry; Arrived 'DAY- -'RANGE'S POSITION ABSOLUTE .! this court room, asserting that, in the importance of the case, but in

government was far; too much in I the fact that if Immunity be conferred the Liver. UNTIL OCTOBER 12 ,-
CENTRAL ILLINOIS SERIOUSLY Here Sunday. AND FINAL, SAY OFFI earnest in the present. ease to pur upon the defeaoiants on the
I sue as the attorneys 'for the packers I ground which. it -BILL PASSED AIMING TO RE-,
DELAYS, RAILWAY AND INTER CIALS. i on had been claimedit New Orleans La., Mar. 19.-Unanimous
intimated it is pursuing, f\.sense'ess! would overthrow :the legal Interpre- agreement of the phyelans ORGANIZE THE CONSULAR SER
URBAN TRAFFIC.' Assistant Secretary of the Navy, I creation of law. Ka,declared If a tation of the government for alm.st from the visiting states of the south,
W. T. Newberry arrived at the Pen I wrong had been committed the government twenty years aid would cripple the of the local physicians and of the representatives VICE.
sacola navy jara' Sunday at noon By Associated Press. was seeking.the punishment government\ in its attempts to enforce of the United States
By Associated Press. and although his presence was hardly London Mar. 19.-In the opinionof not of the corporation.: but of the the law of the land. I that the patient did not have government -
known during that day, everyone was the foreign office ihe clouds over I '
yellow fever was the result of an autopsy Associated Pr
19 whole
Washington.Iar. -The notified at 8 o'clock yesterday morning the Algeciras conference have practically -: By M
of th.j country east of the Missis. when the 'guns on the Texas and disappeared 'and a basis of held Sunday on the body of Washington Mar. 19.-There were,
e!ppi river according to reports to the saluting cannon at the yard boom agreement on the Moroccan questionwill : Shonts Midy esign from Jules Ebrenz. who died in the Charity three speeches on the railroad rate
bureau is .. Hospital Saturday night and whose bill the senate Messrs.
the weather experiencing ed forth a salute to the assistant sec- be reaches! to-morrow. in today by
the effects: of the prevailing storm rotary; This is ba ed upon a modification! case had teen reported 'as_yellow fever McCreary. Galley and Heiburn Mr.
below Panama Canal CommissionBy by one of the local physicians. No MoCreary announced his determination
with temperatur. the averagefor Mr. Newberry came to Pensacola of the German demands regarding the,
this time of the ;jear. There from New Orleans where he arrived policing and French concessions of suspicious case exists in New Orleans to vote' for the bill whether-

have been. heavy rains in the south and departed at noon Saturday on part of the demands on the banking amended or not. but said he would
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and snow in the north. the dispoatch boat Scorpion. The lat. question.The I I Associated Press of the knowledge of the department Ebrenz was formerly a Jeweler but not object to a reasonable provision
The storm began on Sunday night ter is in command of Commander details will not ba published Washington, Mar. 19.: Reports have I Shonts is badly broken from overwork met with reverses and became addicted for a review of the Interstate Com
in the south and extended into New 'Vreeland who is well known in Pen. until the meeting of the delegate to- been current that T. P.j. Shonts Is and has been ordered by his to intemperance. He was found merce Commission's findings. Mr.
England, New York and the lower sacola. morrow. I about to resign the 'chairmanship 'of physicians to take a rest of two ill .!a a St. Charles street lodging Bailey replied to a criticism of his
LaVe Region and upper Ohio Valley: The run to Pensacola was made in the Isthmian Canal Commission.. It weeks at Atlantic City. This direction house nearly two weeks ago and on suggestion for prohibiting in the bill:
there the rain turned Into snow to- quick time, the dispatch boat bein: FRANCE'S POSITION IS I was seated authoritatively; at the war was peremptorily ordered by the 8th removed to the ,Charity Hos. the suspension of the commission's
car moored alongside the navy yard ABSOLUTE .AND FINAL I department to-day that ihe repots Secretary Taft and he is now stop- pital. Dr. Halsey who is in chargeof order by courts below the Supreme
Rivers in the states Misslssiopi, wharf at noon Sunday. i were without foundation,}to the bet; ping at the seaside. the ward reported the cas suspicious Court. He contended that Congresshad
Alabama. Georgia and Carolina are The visit of th? assistant secretary $Paris, Mar. 19.-Officials hero say of yellow fever to Health Officer 'absolute power to prescribe the
bank full and stages above the danger Pensacola is for the purpose of Inspecting that France's position is absolute and Kohnke who in turn reported it to limitations for courts which it'creates
line are expected tomorrow In a *aajorit the local navy yard and familiarizing final against placing-the Moroccan police -i British J rine Interests President Iron! of the state board of and cited a large number of decisions
\' of the big waterwa\s. himself with its needs.I under international command. health. The case was then 'referred in support of ins,position. Mr. U*!bum
The inclement weather of yesterday After exchanges at the various capitals .t' to House Surgeon ,J. 3L Batchelor of] advocated the review provision but

MUCH DAMAGE FROM morning prevented him from starring; officials declare'another vote will ., L orrled Over Subsidy Bill the Charity Hospital. Dr. E. Denegre expressed the opinion that even if it
INCESSANT RAINS,on an Inspection tour but yesterday show that France is supported bv Martin and Dr. Hamilton' P. Jones was omitted no person could be de w
I I I afternoon he was shown about the:(Great Britiaa. Main, 'Portugal; and .... who was ifr-charge of the emergency Pried'ot his right of admission tothe

Atlanta, Mar. 19.-Reports from various -'I I yard and th,? work that i points: In Georgia Alabama In the various.departments. The proposed Italy and United States abstaining.UNDERCQNTROL. any Drs. Batchelor and Martin said the
!I London. Mar: 19.-The American could be taken at the present stase!
other southern stat location dock t was suffering from catarrhal LAW INOPERATIVE
Mssissippi: and .3 ofjhe graving bill i man >
ship subsidy is a tingBritish The government is uname to prophesy -
show that. incessant rains have! should congress make an approptUtiQn fOREST fiRES' y ship owners and. builders and formed: the probable effect of the measureon jaundiceDr.' Jones' opinion was that UNTIL OCTOBER 1 Ii?
Trough much, damage and caused for'same., -war! also pointed out he had yellow fever. Thereupon
( the subject of a question the Ho!5e British shipping but it ,the bill is
In trans-, to him: .President under the of 'Washington Mar 19.-The hou<
great inconvenience railway of Common. today hut ,Premier passed its consequences, would of Irion pledge nj
portatkm\ |! It is probable that the assistant & absolute publicity, on Thursday telegraphed today reached a compromise on thC
Bannerman .be .
Campbell govera- course carefully oons.ldered.SPONSORS
Rivers and creeks are everywhere. secretaryillleaL' h?rV to-day, pro _'j .._. ...... salarthe. .. ... ..,.. ,e '- -- -."'" t ; : the health authorities of question of abolishing the 'grade ov
out' of their banks owTng"to the" aFJiriost 1.vt ifng'the'wPither: foswtsble. From .y -- t Texas, Mississippi and Alabama, and Ueutenant general In the. army by
unprecedented rainfall. Tres-''here he will go -to Key West;theice Invited them to come here. On' Saturday providing that it shall not; become' effective -
ties on a number of different roads to Charleston where he will leave By Associated Press. FRENCH OFFICERS AND'MAIDS the visiting and local physicians until October 12 next in order.

have been washed away, tying up the. Scorpion and .take :a traia. for Bellingham. Washington 'Mar. 19.- with Dr. J. H. White of the Marine that Generals Corbin and Merthur

I traffic in many' sections' I'Washlngton.CUNSPIRI0.TO. The forest fires that )yesterday destroyed WERE SENTENCED NAMED/ Hospital Service visited the pa maybe promoted before, their retirement -;.
There Is considerable 'property the village and mill at North : tient but owing to his critical condi *

damage but at, yet no loss of life wood leaving thirty families de-:- ..... ton reached no concluson. It was held An Important bill declared to be
las been reported tute and threatened the town of Lrn JBy Sunday in the presence of the doctors the first step towards a reorganization -

r dan, were put under control to-dijr By Associated Press Associated Press.New from the different states of represen- of the consular! service, was pass.'
HEAVY NOW FALL A large force of men battlea': witht.ho Rennes. France. Mar! 19.-A council 'Orleans, Mar 19.-General tatives of the Marine Hospital Service ed. It classifies the service and in
AT DECATUR ILLS. flames all night until Lynden was out of war Just held here has sentnc- and of a large number of local creases the salaries to the extent of
of danger. ed MajorHenry to one years imprisonment Stephen D., Lee has announced the physicians: including the state and one hundred and, seventy thousand

Decatur Ills.. Mar 19,-Eighteen and Captains,, Claret ,and sponsors and maids of honor for th3. city health officials The finding that dollars per year.

, inches of snow fell between nine KILL WE Off for Gilbralter. SpIral] each to one day's imprisonmentfor Confederate reunion as follows the man had not'died of yellow fever,
clock last night and noon to-a'av. ILas Palmas. Canary' Islands Mar. refusing to command their: troops Sponsor for the SouthMiss Josephine was unanimous. Dr. Jones In whose
This is the heaviest snow fall ever 19.-The United States floating lock to enter a local church and assist in Hamilton Isicholls, of New Or opinion the visiting doctors had been REV. RINEHARDTTO
I known here. All business was suspended Dewey en route for the naval station taking the inventory In accordance leans. : called, agreeing to It. This official
, and the street car and inter 1 at Olongapo. Philippine Islands, with the jaw providing for the separa Maids of honorMiss Mary Sharp announcement was made: REMAIN HERE
': urban )line were blockaded until noon. -MAN which arrived here February 23, left tion of church and state. The trial Askew of Colunv 5us, Miss.; Miss Sarah "New Orleans, La, Mar 18, 1906. .
, There were no passenger; trains today Saturday. The Dewy will call at aroused widespread attention as it Ruth Frazier, of Chattanooga t "We the undersigned physicians
I on some of the railroads and nj Gibraltar. was a test case. Tenn. I representing our several states invited '
: train on any road moved without **o ---- -- --- '. by the Louisiana State Board of ANOTHER CALL REtEIVED FROM
locomotives' One train with four lo- Health to examine the case of Jules
omotires on the C. H. & D. is suck Bbrenz find upon autopsy held this ST. JOHN'S CHURCH, BUT HE

ii a drift six miles east of Decatur. Three Negroes Arrested at PineBarren <,. day at the Charity Hospital that the WILL NOT. ACCEPT IT.
case was 'one of cirrhoss! .of the liver ..
i'
YOUNG LADY Yesterday on This AShb MO tt accompanied by Jaundice and acute
S nephritis and that the man did not At a meeting of the congregation
Charge. t have yellow fever." the German Lutheran church, held

DIED YESTERDAY .. 0ti II Signatures to AnnouncementThe Sunday afternoon another letter from

." ",,, announcement was signed by the St John's Lutheran church ofNew
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I Three negroes Will Thomas, Will! \ t Dr. H. A. Gantt. for the Mississippi Orleans, was read regarding the
Williams and Th"omas Collier were ;:' .: ;: r'1 ,_, >'c 1 health board Dr. W. H. Sanders, for call of Rev. J. F. W, RInehardt to the
MISS SATINA MORASSO PASSES arrested at Pine Barren yesterday by h .' I the Alahama health: board: Dr. W. R. pastorate of that church. The New
Deputy Sanders upon the charge of' .: :':> :> i Thompson state quarantine officer of Orleans congregation look the position -

AWAY AFTER ALONG AND conspiracy. The negroes it is alleged -I' 1 I Texas; Dr. J. H. Florence acting pres. that the popular Pensacola pas

PAINFUL ILLNESS. were assisting or endeavoringto ident of the Texas health health; Dr. tor could accomplish more good in
,
assist another negro; to procure 1 Hamilton P. Jones Dr. E.' Denegre that city tban in Pensacola and in-
rmmunition and a gun. with which he I Martin.:: Dr. J. M. Batchelor Dr. W. G. slated that the local congregation allow
intended to kill a white man named Armstrong Dr. C. H. Irlofl, president him to accept the call.
Miss Satina }Morasso a native of Timmons t The congregation had, ,already de-
I ofthe, Louisiana health! board! and.Dr
laly, eighteen years of age expired TImmons and the negro engaged !In Quitman Kobnke, president of the clined to allow the pastor to accept
at! her home on South Palafox street a fight yesterday morning at the mill New health board. the call, and it was thought the matter
'esterdav morning about 10 clock where all are emplojed. The negro After the announcement the visit bad been settled as the resolution
after a long and painful illness of. was the Instigator of the trouble and i ing health officers expressed' .themselves was forwarded to the New Or.
Consumption Although a sufferer Insulting"and abusive language -
used very
congregation
in high commendation ,of tile leans
from the disease for more than a towanas Timmons. + .
wr afternoon
attitude of publicity which the LouIsiana At the meeting Sunday
''ear It was not until a few months Afterwards the negro announced
authorities had assumed and expressed the congregation of the German Lutheran -
*;nc? that she was compelled to seek that he intended getting a shot gun declined to*
l church positively
their full confidence in the
}her 'room, where she remained until, and putting an end to Timmons. liequit 4
the
allow the to
call
pastor accept
I taken to
measure prevent a recurrence -
death r
arrived. J work and at the same time the .
.
the matter
thus settling ftnany.'TWELVE
J of the fever here.
The young lady l was surrounded by three negroes ;Jbove'namt"d stopped I
Dr. Gantt of the Mississippi health
her three elder sisters and onobrother also. The, negro, it seems could not '
said "This I think has
board : case
when she expired, as well as get shells for the gun. and the three BURIED
,
been of immense advantage to ,
\r a number of Italian friends I proceeded Jo buy them for him. Before th"1
whole south. It was promptly
The funeral cortege will leave the the threat could; be carried out
tome Xo 700 South Palafox street at Deputy Sapders. arrived on the scene:; ed to and us make and a we full were investigation enabled of tocome IN SNOW SLIDEBy
t30: o'clock three of the men. The try
this afternoon proceedingto and got
Ya it. Of course, we are gratified at the
St Michael's church where the other Is still at large.SUPREME Ii
rvlces will The in' result. As to the future we feel assured Associated Preta.SUverton .
be conduct now that we shall be immediately Colo., Mar 19.-Twelve
lament will be In St. Michael's. cemetm COURTGRANTS ) ? advisea' of any further suspi miners employed as the Shenandoah

i//Il// l clous sickness and wa have found mines were caught by a great snow
that every arrangement has been, slide today and swept to their death.
STRIKING MINERSMAYMAKETROUBLE APPEAL made to restrict the spread of'sick';! Their bodies have not been recover
ness if It does occur. Adequate methods .
of screening and disinfectbn
By Associated Press. have been adopted and I see no rt'a.-I ed.HYDROPHOBIA
Washington Mar, 19-The Supreme son why under the mosquito tbt'OrY.1
Court today granted an appeal in the in which we all agree,. there shouldbe a
case of Ed Johnson a Negro; of Chat any appr0ben' kn. with the precaatlong -
By 'Associated Press. tanooga under sentence to be handed that have b".en taken, of a se- AFTER 6 YEARS

Lens; France. Mar. 19. Many dirl- tomorrow on the charge of assault. riou fever visitation in ,New Orleansor
lions of troops have arrived here tol The order acts as a stay of proceed- elsewhere this year In my opinion -
be is assigned for the r there will be no necessity for the By Associated Preu.Owingsville .
realty< for eventualities possl- ings. No reason
any I 1A Ky. Mar. 19.- bly' arising from the miners strike. intervention and the action today imposition of quarantines in the ,
Forty before A event that sporadic cases of yellow Wells fourteen years old died to--. ay
six{ thousand men are out now will serve to bring the case .of the result of 'beini' .
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and investigation. fever do develop. I feel confident hydrophobia ..
are parading the ,streets carrying the supreme court for bitten! six by a mad JrI';
+ that such foci may be controlled; years ago f.
Bags Several minor collisions W Wells developed hydrophobia last ;
have OF without menace to the health of New
already occurred JOINT CONFERENCE MINERS Orleans or the surrounding states I week He is the third person to dla
AND
OPERATORS .. am especially pleased! with the public from bites Inflicted by the same (tog.
MOlt' Body Will Be Burned. sentiment I have found in ,New Or
Cincinnati Mar 19.-The body of Indianapolis Mar. 19.-A Joint con leans. I have been here at other Grand Duke Dead.
Herr Johann Most who died Satu ference between the coal operatorsand times and I note a great change. In Nice, Iar. 19.Grand Duke Constantlne ,

day of erysipelas will be c'rnlated minter of the central competitive UNCLE S.uI-I ,MAY NOT BE ,A 'ST..PATRICK, BUT A.FEW. 'GOOD ,SWATS WITH THIS CLUB'WILL favor of promptly reporting cases of of Oldenburg died hero t*
Tuesday. Mrs Most arrived from field has been arranged for tomorrow suspicious or actual yellow fever." day. Ha was born lar US4.
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i 1" 'POLITICS Will Direct. from Our Distillery- to YOU-' .CONfEREN E TO

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..Saves; De ..ra'- Profits SiiT1L

f1 "CUT IT OUT"says Pi-mutt 'Adulteration
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.4 SOON BErat 8 E HAYNERWHISKEY PROMOTE
1sFP the doctor to many of his lady patients, because he doesn'tknow '

of any medicinal treatment that will positively cure womb or .

i. f4 ovarian troubles, except the surgeon's knife.

: That such a medicine exists, however, has been proved by the TRADE 'Quaker'Rye
". wonderful cures performed on diseased women in thousands of

:J cases by .
1 4 FULL QUARTS $4.20: ...

VIE PAY Exmss CHARGES, -

WINE CARDUIWoman's The Coming Political Contest in We will tend you In a plain sealed With Latin American Countries
i case,with no marks to show contents.
OF Florida from a Tallahassee FOUR HAYNER FULL PRIVATE QUART STOCK BOTTLES RYE for of Will/ Convene at New Oileans

$3.20 and we will the express ,. .
.. pay
; I Viewpoint. charges. Try it, have your doctor test .. on April 5. Vs
It,test It any way you like. If you S \
Relief Mellow with
tout find it all. right and the purest years..
The correspondent of and best whiskey you ever Soeclal to The Journal.. "
has saved the lives of thousands of weak sick and Savannah News writes to that paper, tasted. ship :. back' to" us at New Orleans: Mar. 19.-Governors Smooth rich and delight Jjj
.4.' It : women, under date of March 14. as follows: cur expense and your $3.rO of 27 different; 'states, mayors and.' pure,
;f has rescued thousands: of others? from a melancholy lifetime of Since the dates for the Florida will be promptly refunded. I boards of tradfe::! of !.OIhI( .different

{;(: chronic InvalIdism. It will cure you,if'you will only give It a chance. primaries have been fixed so early At our distillery one! of -- *-o' I towns anji cities and editors of 3,000. fully stimulating.Time .
... ;.... Sold at every drug store in $1.00 bottles. Try It. May 15 and dune 12, politics will soon, the largest and best different newspapers ia the wide,
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I ; ,be active in the Peninsula Stat equipped la the world wo 4 PsW're s territory bounded by the Rockies, theAUe.henles.
; The most important offices to be' distill an average! of 9.50 the Qreat Lakes and the and
gallons of PURE WHISKEY -
:.'j. "i WRITE US A LETTER GAVE UP SUPPORTER filled at the approaching primaries, a day. When you t have teen invited to come to money. spent 4to
4 freely and frankly. In strictest conti"I, wore a supporter for years, for are those of Railroad Commissioners buy HAYNER WHISKEY.itcoesMirectto New Orleans 'April 5, 6, aryj! '1, to I
i my .womb, which had crowded everything Justice of Supreme' Court ana! .congr. you I start in motion -great tratf.9 propaganda make you want it again if you
;dr;!;; 1.eDC6UnIn; us all your troubles. down before it,writes Mrs.S.J. ssmen. There wlu be. two vacancies from our distillery thus 1 DrstiLa5 among the Latin 'Countres: ''of.
1tt.P; W. TCI send Free Advice (in plain, Chrisman,of Mannsv-!: .Y. -*'I suffered on the commission and two Jn the purity assuring IUd you saying of you perfect the 'Central arid South America and take order once. I
jaled envelope). Address:, Ladies' untoU misery and cpuld hardly Supreme ,Court. The present Rail dealers' big! profits. HAY. time by the !-forelock in view of the I .
1 walk. After taking CarduF! gave up road Commissioners are candidates} KHR WHISKEY .is pre trade expansion: : to'follow, the open-
J!x Advisory Dept., The Chattanooga my supporter and can now be on'my to succeed themselves. They! are R scribed1' by. doctors and ing of the Panama Canal. : Phone'1C. Lewis Bear & Co.. C4
.: Mattdne. Co., Chattanooga. Term. feet half a day at a time." Hudson Burr of Little River, and I used in hospitals and by half a million'sat. Not until the canal 19 .completed 404-403 Palafax St. and 2-10 Main St.,
Jefferson B. Browne of Key West isfied customers. That's why YOU should will they wait, but, stimulated ,b/ the : Pensacola Fla. 14 .
!i Thus far only two candidates are try It.WEffE OCR, KIABEST: OITICK activity 'brought about by the ofi en- L: .
mentioned as' opponents to M'gsri. tration of work on the Is thmus'''pf
.;r --- -- ----- -- -I Burr and Browne. They are E. H THE HAYNER DISTILLING CO. Panama, It is proposed: to form at ---- --- ....
I Bailey, of Monticello. and E. W. Ir. ATLANTA, GA. DAYTON. 0. once' a permanent organization:: for
i for Men Women vine of Lake City. Mr, Bailey is an ST. LOUIS, HO. ST .PAUL, MINN.: the purpose of developing' and magnifying De Ruyter ( Holland ) Gin
Ordm for Ariz.. Cal Col.,Idaho, Mont.KerM
iP extensive farmer' of Jefferson county, N.ln the trade relations between the
Ore. W
Cub. *h.j or Wyo. mn t be -
SHOES whlly Mr. Irvine .f3 a traveling sales oo the bM..oft VI*BT1 forfl.iw bv txmIM" states of the Valley of the Mississippi -- -
PAID, ,
and Children cil man. l, I OOSUSLA&TdforOlS.suby&IUUrkkAlD.' : the Missouri and the OSio. and
t N DisraLEBT.: TBOT: 0. ESTABLISHED 18GO.
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Supreme ,Court Candidate the countries to the south and sell ___ ____
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Capital $500,000.00 Paid In Full. -------
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Justices (Parkhill and: ..Whitfieldare b) the' Latin Americans those Amen '
il candidates to succeed. themselves can product and manufactures, which
'J'" \ .... on the bench' ana thus far no opposition -I ___ u__, ._ ._ ___ are now supplied principally b)" Ger TWO DAYS ONLYlMATINEtE'
4 There is a combination of circumstances to which the distinct and decided has appeared. Jud&3 Parkhill is many and Grea Brltian. Those! '
i"*. progress-of our Shoe Business is traceable. .First, of all comes the from Pensacola. He is now servingthe I DA'M G'BY STORMAT states which have been asked to par,
worthiness of the goods themselves; -then our always lower price; and last, unerpired term of Judge Carter, ticipate are: Illinois, Indiana, Ohio,,
; t but by no means the least, our fair system. whO' exchanged places with Judge BLUIr' Missouri, Pennsylvania. Michigan.'I AND NIGHT!
l";; We have made It simply impossible for a fair person to doUbt the Parkhill for a place on tha Circuit SPRINGS Wisconsin. :Minnesota. North and
bench! several months Judge South Dakota, Kansas, Nebrask,
genuineness of our claims that we doundersell others on Shoes, and most ago.
'f ; people are disposed to be fair. Parkhill had just been appointed to a Iowa, Oklahoma Colorado.. Utah..! WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY MARCH 21 and 22
six-year term on the Circuit bench )Montana Wyoming: Texas, Indian!I
.J Ytfu may buy one pair or more from us, compare them with what you Special to The Journal. ,
: when he exchanged with Jud.s; Car. Territory Arkansas. Tennessee Kentucky -
t buy elsewhere and then. free from the persuadings of any salesman snake Bluff Springs ;
';412 your own decision. If prica and quality are not entirely 'satisfactory, send ter.orators lIe of is the one state.of the, most eloquent 20, 1905 we had Mar.a severe 19.-0n storm March at 4 South, carolina West ,Virginia Georgia, ,North and I The only high-class Dog and Pony Show coming this year.

\Ji! J them back. MaV) an honest comparison. That's all we ask. Judge Whitfield was nominated in a. m. This morning we had' a duplicate Mississippi Florida and Louisianaand Alab'ama'i The exhibition beautiful, a performance incomparable.
1 As long as 0e present stock lasts there will be no advance in price. the last Democratic primary, along of it thecenter of the storm being it is anticipated that an attend'

ft"tj; wth! Justices Cockrell and Shackle- about 150 "yards w.est 'of lastyear's ance of 2,000 delegates will be'' se '
; ford. and in the drawing for terms he disturbance, but following the cured. The program "contemplates i S El 8 EL BROS.
e
HNf drew' the two .year*term so that his same general direction. As a': result addresses 'by'm of national and international .
1 term fences have teen laid flat, garden enclosures from all the
present expires before the prijrcaries reputation
in 1906. Jua'ge Wliitfleld has are' gone' and chimneys dam. states-both in" business and public I DOG and PONY SHOWS

k ; Th BAZAARW. pjeen remarkably successful In his aged. =-,,__ _' : life.Mr.
career. He has been in office !almost The house belonging to :Mrs. L. James W. Porch, chairman of IttroJucimg zoo of Ma llntit Tralno' Animal In the
\ continuously since -he left college. He Medlock, occnpied'By :Mrs. Sallie Porter the Joint Conference Committee of w.rld.A' frogramma'replete wit noveltls
is a resident of Leon county. Soon was moved 3"or' 4 'feet to the the New Orleans business exchanges
W. G. PORTER, Proprietor.. after he left school and was admittedto north. The-6itrS''Were moved and the in explaining the objects of the conventIon WATCH FOR THE STREET PARADE EVERY MORNING AT 11 O'CLOCK!

: 114---116 East Wrlght'Street.WE practice law, he was elected" county floor beams ttowresti upon the says: "We realize that It requires
judge of his county. ground. Some of.Kthe.piers were a combined effort of the large '
25 Marvelous
Ponies. 75 Wonderful Dogs Kcckeys
-, -_r __ Resigned County Judgeship. driven through the floor, the, walls, cities north of us to Create that volume 100 Thoroughbred

............................................... Not long thereafter he resigned as were torn offth..? chimney demolished of tonnagethat will give us, as I boors Open af 1:30: md 7:30: p.,m. dsiIj. Performances an hour later.bONTMiSSTHE .
: county judge to become clerk of the I and the water- poured-in.In torents. perfect shipping facilities by waters !
: State Supreme Court. This position The house 4s uninhabitable ana'! the enjoyed by New York/ In fact a|
: : HAVE. SPECIAL il hf held several y ars. When C. B. property is otherwise- badly damage careful analysis of the situation, PARADEBURROWES'
Collins became 'lnvolvedfind resignedthe The rainfall ,;bis jnorning was exceptionally clearly establishes th.j fact that we! '
2 State TreasurersWp. Governor I JiWvy, and"will' keep the should have better facilities! and that)
riK r 35c TEA Eloxham appointed. Wbltfl ld to fill farmers from planting' for* several the wonderful tonnage that xre( 'wHli I
th.& vacancy. He 'Was elected 'to succeed days. However;; they will not be Idle be able to control will speedily "re-! '
himself at the next election. After -I as it will take considerably work to quire them. One of the results of "
:; : : W. B. Lamar was elected to Con I repair the damage to fences and out this convention we hope will be per I -
.. That goes away ahead of any tea we gress from the Third'y district and resigned I I buildings. manent organization with a few train- .
'.+; :. ever saw before at such a low price. 2 as Attorney General. White- ,I ed and thoroughly competent men in
It brews o&t strong and delicious! in field was again the lucky man and a: ( .- .. charge, whose business it will be to
+, flavor: It has no bitter taste; it is 2 became Attorney General by appointment ,of the, A favorite.sports polUh,: port.One 'of Polish watch over every Interest from a Mississippi Fly and Mosquito Screens !
:' selling like hot cakes to our best us. of Governor Jennings. A few a valley and southern!! point of ,
: tomers. Try some at your house; wet months thereafter h? wa$ appointed country geutl legman Is.to capture a wolf view who will; constantly guard us
.' know you will like It. 2 to a place on the Supreme bench and alive, and asjuls'mode of doing ,it Is against discriminations and if. they
on the reorganization of the court a probably: new'to many Englishmen I : occur, be in a trained position to '
: 2 2 few 'months later his good fortune will briefly describe It. A wolf being : advise all of the participating exchanges Sent en Thirty Days' Trial, Freight Prepaid.All .

::1 .2 14 W Garden LAZ JACOBY The Popular' : followed him again when hs drew the driven into the, open, the well mounted i of just what is being -done
J4 : Phone 183 Grocer. 2 chief justiceship.Tame horseman pursues it,,armed.only witha wherein it hurts and ,how' to apply material needed for attaching! the screens and doors included with

.....................................,............ Congressional Campaign.It long wlilr>' and some rope. The wolf i ito the cur. data It .will of also every'be conceivablekind their duty out extra cost. ..
almost certain gather
seems that the after a time tries to take rest but the
the benefit of would-be :. Screens are made only to order yet returnable If not satisfactoryMORE
contest for Congress in the Third rider forces Jt .on' with his whip till, I for ship
-- district will .exceedingly tame tbs! after repeated attempts at rest it sinks pers. to look into all entanglementsor THAN 200,000 HOUSES. ARE FITTED WITH BURROWES'
ear. Sparkman Clark will difficulties that may occur by :pea-
) and probably exhausted. The rider then SCREENS.
NEW have no opposition, while Lamar springs 'I'U who do ship; in other words, to
from hIs horse, jumps astride the wolf
: will be in no danger. Hon. JeffersonD. I be the watchdog of the situation and Every practical improvement in screen construction during th- pat
and holding the ears, secures it
Stephens, of Jackson county, is an {t.by through an intelligent effort well applied thIrty! years, was first used by us.;
announced candidate against Congressman with the rope. Most men require the : build up sentiment to the pointof .
Lamar but at this distance assistance cf a "mounted companion, I making our natural advantages Drop postal to P. O. Box 104, or phone 1015 and local representative
from th.5 primary it Is not expectedthat who ties the wolf while the other hoi is properly workable." will call to give you estomates.GORDON. .

Sleeping Car ServiceBETWEEN be will poll a very heavy vote. I its ears with both bands and in this __ _.
The opposition to Lamar has been WilY tho capture Is comparatively' easy, La Grippe and Pneumonia. A+ "n "
feeling around for a candidate: to oppose but to do It single banded is a difficult Pneumonia often follows la grippe
him and to give him a hard race .feat. Nasty bites and even dangerous but never follows the use of Fbley's,
but thus far no man has been found wounds result should .the hunter ha emiscalculatedf Honey and Tar. It cures la grippe -
?p who cares to enter the contest. La- the strength of the ani coughs; and prevents pneumonia and & BROWN
ife1"IM mar made such a splendid fight for mal. No one,; however is considered .a.i consumpt on. Ask for Foley's Honey
the impeachment of Swayn, who is perfect sportsman till'be has done this, and Tar and refuse any substitute of-'
extremely disliked in this district. fered. Mr. G. Vacher, of 137 OsgoodSt.
Pensacola
and yet many never succeed. Of the large;
Jacksonville. and was so successful in the case in party assembled only our host two of .. Chicago! writes: "My wife had a '
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the body of which he is a member and other Bsvere case'of la grippe three years HARDWARE COMPANY.
his stalwart brothers one '
I that he is particularly strong in his ago and It left with a terrib'ecoirgh.
man had obtained this blue ribbon of
f.strict at present. Then too, he: She tried a bottle of Foley's
Leaves Pensacola made friends by his stand on -tire rate Polish sport-Blackwood's MagazIne.4OSTthER'S ; Honey and Tar an-t it her immediate I
5 gave
rJ ______.-__..___w_. ________ p. m. question. His name is frequently : relief. A 50'cent bottle cured)
I mentioned in connection with the -- -- ------ her cough entirely." Refuse substi

t Senatorial race two years hence. Tak3 few tutes.W, A. D'Alemberte. drugg'st
'
: Arrives Jacksonville________.______ J0:50 a. m The full The membership State Legislature.of the- lower & doses a of the and apothecary. Mill Supplies, Iron Pipe and Fittings,

i house and seventeen members of the H Bitters this' Curious Storage of Hay. Steam Pumps, Galvanized Roofing,

Leaves. Jacksonville________-_::',____________4 p. m. the upper the coming house state primaries.are of the to be next nominated legislatureof in keep Spring strong!and :,I An found English In traveler practice through there a Kashmir novel Barbed Wire, Nails, Boat Spikes. ,

|; This contest will be watch?.1' witn and healthy. method of putting fodder up for win- Tarred Roofing, Building Hardware,
t Arrives Pensacola. interest, as the success' of the ad- It cures ter use. The country lies in a valley:
JJ5
pi! ..______________. a. m. ministration's various' reform measures a among the Himalayas.: The chief In- Scissors, Razors, Pocket Cutlery.SPECIALPRICESTOTHETRADE.
will depend to some extent at I ; ,3 Spring Fever, dustry of the people consists In raising '
particulars see or write least, on th.? complexion of the legislature -! Colds GrippeIndigestion Cne ,wool and In making this Into fab .
11 Bills for the perfection of1 rics which have carried: the name of
: the Everglades drainage scheme will I iCostiveness,
the all
country over the world. A curIous
H j j. w. LURTON arnor come up Broward in the Is next thoroughly legislature.confident Gov--I STOMACH 5 Weak Dyspepsia Kidneys, custom In some places Is that: of ,.

51 of ]the success' of the drainage I! IT!ER or I Insomnia., ', banging quantities. bay up among Mall Orders Promptly Shipped

iSwti of the Everglades and be is leaving'no. 1'I .. .. the branches of trees. Wby It was
B 'Division Freight and Passenger Agent, stone unturned -to baten the! I done was more than I could guess, till Telephone No. 767.
'
work. I, my guide informed me that In winter

\' ;" L. & N. Rai road. Pensacola Fla. The' Life Insurance: Question. '\I I I the snow lies five and six yards In
The next legislature must again i depth" and that the supplies of hay,
'W I
t 5---- -- deal with the state life iNsurance, Good Service which now look only as If they were
question. A state life insurance, bill I meant for! camelopards: are then easily

1 fti! SCREENS 1 'Put them in Wore' the FLIES and was almost islature.talked becam It to had death a passed law In at the the the senate house last dur-i and leg- You'll Getfrom I abound reached there.by the flocks of' sheep which PAINTERS' BRUSHES. FINE QUALITY.

wi 1 Ing the closing hours of the legisla. '.
!:f MOSQUITOES get into your house. ture. The recent disclosures In the ]Utl atlD:: CIrcu.tace.A We invite all Painters to call andS
;
; 1 I' We can furnish them CHEAPER NOW. I insurance investigation have maa'el. : your linen if we Scotch baillle recently advanced to !, 3 ,our stock, of Paint and Varnish
11 1 Supply of BRICK now on hand. new friends for Governor Broward's I launder it. Our method the bench had: a criminal placed before \ Brushes. 'Every kind you want and
insurance plan. I is not to pound the fabricto him accused of some very modest violation !; need, and of the best bristles
19 Phone 11. HG.. DeSILYA & CO- The bill which was defeated in the pieces. but rather to of the law. Of course the baillie
:.- last legislature, which gave the rail..' preserve it, and snd it knew the prisoner welL He heard the 15 {Cents to Two Dollars.
5:= ___ road commission control over the] home' to you looking fit charge stated.
J.f'f- ----r"frz --- physical, condition of railroad tracks' 1.0 wear. "John, man I'm 'sorry to see you I I Saunders Mill Company
in the stAte, with power to compel' ,
I- here. We'll just fine you half a crown." j I
Order Tour
ICE COAL and WOOD bridges Improved, will"roadway almost and surely tracks come and foe- The, Star Steam The"But clerk the bere'lntervened.charge Is 'not i Phone 717.' 21 Cast Garden Street._
ht i I IIi fore the next legislature.OUfl yet proved; -
Laundry. we have not heard the evidence."

Consume Ice and fuel Company. I PRICES ARE, CASH AND!' Then the benignant baillle: -
I ALIKE TO ALL" 37 & uarden St. Phen 114. "Ah. well John my man a\ the
Olce-Corner Oil. and Tarragona. Phone 251. I Pensacola. Fin. charge is not proved well
f I i1I PENSACOLA SHOE PARLORS, \ just fine you Subscribe for The Journal
r -- Corner Intende \cia and Baylen.l j an el hteenpenee."London Telegraph.
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I THE:: PEN ACOLA JOURNAL, TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH, .20, 1906 .:
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CSTYy OF45MILES is one of the main symptoms of SAW o OUT rof ;1.... \. ;


that terrible disease called :Rheumatism .

which?:makes life a daily t THE .

4 torture to many thousands. '

JAIE. Life out of doors and I '

HAMLINSWIZABDOIL < ', ", which they receive and the _

rr healthful development which I ,

Yesterday Morning at 7:5l-Big: Alf Hansen, a Soldier, Makes Attempt ; a strengthen laxative is the'internal needed the "


Change in TemperatureLast But Found'the Steel sanction, because its I


"The Very Latest [ Night. !is a treatment which affords a Too Tough. parents itself free, well-informed from every I '

positive cure for rheumatism and :'k because of its pleasant flavor

a Touch"" A velocity of forty-five miles an hour allied diseases. All Hanserf, a soldier from Fort I..,, of Figs-and for the same. ',

was attained yesterday morning by Barrancas, made an effort to breakout fathers and mothers.

the wind, when it came up strong Applied externally it relievesthe of the city jail Sunday night by tcr. % .t Syrup of Figs is the only r'-"
from the southwest This occurredat paub at once. Taken inter. cutting.one of the steel bars of his
;s here In Furnishings for particular 7:51, and it continued: to blow hard cell.IUs efforts were fruitless ,; : without griping, irritating, or

men. for some time.' There was little dam nally, it cures permanently by however, as he had no imple- .without producing that '-'U

age done In the harbor there, being purifying the blood of the lactio meats with which to work, except a % time cathartics and modern
The Haberdasher" says "Tho little if any timber adrift. piece of steel wire, and this only "e% .. If
acid which causes the disease. carefully guarded. you
moment a fashion becomes popular After the storm had passed the day made a .slight Impression'upon the
, tt ceases to be a fashion in was a beautiful one, but last n'ght Anthony Smith, of Mayville, HI., heavy steel bars of the celL strong, healthy and happy, ;
there was a big chan' e in weather Hansen has been in custody of the needed, and when nature needs
'I had such rheumatic .
striCt meaning of the word. conditions, as predicted by the local says: severe city 'for some weeks. When he was ait.:::: the,simple, pleasant and :

We are showing a novelty The wind rose to a high velocity pains in my arm and shoulder first arrested h., was given a little -';: :. Its quality is due not

Shirts. Soft colored' sl'kSh and the temperature took a tumble that I could neither work nor sleep liberty but on ran away. He was *:;J of with
of a number of degrees. The minimum later picket up by the officers and principles plants
:rts with collars and cuffs attached temperature during the twelve and was fast losing all hopp of sent back to jail, where he again r. original method of

; they are fashionable.Come hours preceding the issuance of yea- cure, when I heard of and tried esc .ped. When he' was again arrested : not accept any of the
see them. terday morning's map was 64 with a he was locked in a cell and not i 5., '
; increase their
maximum of 66. Indications for today Hamlins Wizard till, two, bottlesOf given an opportunity to run away. prots.
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are fair and colder. which performed a perfect, permanent The cell he was placed in was also \,. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP

Weather Observer Reed in his dally occupied by another soldier from the .-r'tT. ..._. 1W. order

cTA1IDARDto11flikJlIIIEZEIIIIB( summary ('f conditions, yesterday cure.Price, 50o and $1. fort. a : .; 't .. -
said: lot sale and recommended'bI Late Sunday night Hansen took "
from his of steel wire 'd ("t.rl.4 ; .. sary )
\ cap a piece
"A barometric WHITE'S -'I
depres-jlon; !Is, this PHARMACY. __
morning passing eastward over Ken Pensacola Fla. with which he proceeded to attemptto f'l ,.J I : V"i only. ..
saw out one of. the bars. lLe would .: ; .. a_
---- ----- tucky, Tennessee and the northernportIons Phone 180, Night Phone 446. f.-
., never have succeeded even If let
of the east Gulf
states and
alone but the other soldier did not
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FLORIDA CURIOSITIES. general rains are falling in Alabama
give him the opportunity to try. As
Live and Stuffed Alligators readyfor Georgia and from Kentucky and Ten
Florida and Alabama soon as tha ether soldier saw what
shIpment. nessee eastward: there' have been he was doing he called one of the

Oratfge wood canes with. alligator thunder storms since 7 p. m. Sunday officers and'told' them .,what the man
heads 75c. in,Arkansas, Mississippi and Alabamaand LAND-COMPANY
was trying to do. The soldier said
Sea Shells and Shell Shell heavy to excessive rains have occurred '
Jewelry, Manufacturers of he was already in jail and be did not
and Wood Novelties, Leather Goods a over Mississippi!, Alabama and and Dealers In care to get Into any more trouble,
northern Georgia. sIl'OlIs falling in the .matter!to the.offi-
so. he reported
Specialty.MRS C. N. McCLURE. South Dakota, Missouri, Illinois! and LUMBER, SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLES cers.

Opera House Building eastward, throughout; most of the Ohio AND KILN-DRIED SAP. Hansen was taken from the cell

107 E. Government St. Pensacola Fla.] valley to western New York and and 'placed in the dungeon.
Maryland; the snowfall has been

heaviest in Missouri. The northwestis In buying cough medicine for chll-
R. K. WHITE, again under the influence of high MANY PRESENTST [ dean never be afraid to buy Chamberlain -

'Watchmaker" Manufacturing Jeweler, and Graduate pressure. the, crest of which extends 's Cough Remedy. There Is no .- ; .. )
Optician.30 S. Palafox Street Pus.eola. Fla. southward into Texas: and temperatures danger from It and relief .Is always k '?)

this morning range from freezIng -. sure*to follow. It is especially valua- > M i'.J I
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in northern Texas .and Arkansas ble for colds croup and whooping

TURTON & BELL. to 12 degrees below'zero Wyoming, OFFICER'S cough. For sale by all druggists. _ _
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PHOTOGRAPHER SINCE 1870. ,
in-Jicatlng fair and colder'we3ther ----
'f .
Kodak Supplies. FUlthing for Amateurs. with fresh northwest winds for this :
-- vicinity for tonight and Tuesday." i Tha Pursuit of Happineia...... ** a ;) Windfall '

"What I want. said the earnest citizen expression "wInd;

TERSELY TOLDFred. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY FUNERAL l "is to see a state of affairs which Amusements i coined when one wishes|
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine will give every man a chance to work." i good luck dates1

Tablets. Druggists refund money if it "Yes," answered the cheerless person. "" / William the On-|
F. VIsscher, of Chipley Fla.. fails to cure. E. W. GROVE'S signa. "bot that won't give entire satisfac- ;c. 'IEH 7f 'I- was It was a criminal)

sis, in the city yesterday on a short ture is on each box. 25e. ,.., tion. What.nearly'everybody Is looking cross In the British for-,

business visitS Remains of Police Officer Burn- for is a chance to do nothing and Last Night's Play.S. into COnSE'Dt.All- that)
Contar and III* Dainty Vapll. IL: O. was the greeting that was four S5lli't.for fuel
A. Alford ana' E. J Stokes prom make l'verybody"p.Ise" "work.. -Washington or other
inent turpentine operators, of Chip-, An old pupil l of Conture tells bow the ham Placed at Rest Yesterday Star. given the Harris Parkinson Co. on penny as the wind)

1 i.-y. were among the visitors to the mastercame Into his schoolroom one their return engagement at thq opera Saxons and cast to the>
cIty yesterday.Hon. : day .when the model was in exception- Ht. JlCHl l. the !
I peasants)
t Afternoon. house last night and from the excellence
villain Is
condition the Critic-That In
| ally good light especially your story as a bless-!
Thos. F. West of Milton was \
of the performance they will doa
in the city )yesterday shaking hands fine and the circumstances the se i a perfect masterpiece. Where did you lished. apt to cast enough)
As be the character? Novelist I Imagined heavy business all the week. Thisis
Mth his many friends here : "' I ance altogether auspicious. entered *.II get coined winter firewood.)
one of the students got up'and I II Many were present yesterday afternoon a man possessed: of all.the'forms the strongest company Mr. Harris forestry custom]
I .
S, S. Liyhtman! returned yesterdayfrom went to the tub of water in the corner at 4 o'c'ock' when the remainsof of wickedness which my wife attributes has ever brought to Pensacola, not application of the'
I
relatives a two week's in Nashville.visit to friendsand j leaving all the rest buried la their Police Officer W. B. Burnhrwn, who to me when she is angry.-London 'only frpm a dramatic standpoint, but It was decrl't'd\\

I work. "What are you going to do?" was murdered by a negro Saturday Tit-Bits. vaudeville as welL Dr. and whole trees(

The many friends of N. C. McMil,f asked Conture roughly. The student night, were placed at rest in St. is Amer the three'summer
Harris still the in ,
hero
dashing
lan will p to learn that he On.nd. Off.,
) sorry 1 showed his hands, which had some Michael's\ cemetery. as firewood, but
has been confined to his bed for several -i them Mrs. Hightone-You are having trouble the plays and his support does him
and that he
paint on replied was one
I The act was so plain.
: days with a carbuncle his funeral cortge moved from: the I cooks
on going to wash them. Conture dabbed with your ;? Mrs. Fjashly credit The Illustrated pictures were "Do
neck home of the officer West Government so. 'Mrs. attempt was ever\
on ,
I The first one carried on High-
!! his thumb in some paint on the palette new and the Phelps-Cullenbine Co. "that .
The Board of Public Works will i, of the nearest student and made a street at 3 o'clQck. The cortegewas : tone=And how about the l last? Mrs. was also clever One of the best features In our

hold a meeting this afternoon at smear on the dainty pupil's forehead. composed of pol'ce officers, firemen -! Flashly-She carried off so. I lost two I of the entertainment the better, of Ma neat.

i 5; 30 o'clock at fhe city hall, when it" "You'd better wash your face, too." and membrs of S. B. A No. 1.1 i dresses and a hat. I i Desmond trio who were loudly cheer class In Mnocatt
Ii- expect,d that the city counciFarssolutlon
he said. The face washing was the dir the I The !
Following ctly behind carnage -! barely allow
to dismiss J. E. Long as Persevering; ed. The juvenile member was an Infant "
I last act of the students when they had said
of the undertaker and mJnister; or sos with]
fireet superintendent and reinstate C. "Jenkins Is a man of remarkable per eurpise and her delineation of raised ,
I i finished their work for the day. The there tot!
happens
II all the !
Gingles, will receive consideration. came the officers of po'ice department severance." the southern shouter !
dainty pupil took the hint to heart, coon was re have she will
Superintendent C. F. Zeek, of the who were not on duty. They "Is he?" nev-J
]I markable.
apologized and sat down at his easel by the beairT ,
Pensaeola Gas Company, left Sunday were headed by Chief Schad and Ch'ef[ "Yes Indeed. He has tried six different Tonight the will present |
without visiting the tub. If be had company To for It is kepfr':
nignt for Philadelphia on a business, Bicker of the fire department Following kinds of hair: restorer and hehasn't "
1 not done so he would never bare entered "Partners for Life. a cut ugly ease In wblctt!*
He will be absent for about
trip. ;i given up the fight:yet"Where
the officers were the captains : :
ten days. I J'I the school again. cure IU snap*. But ...
I of the hose companies or the fire de Dog and Pony Show. skin :: is a far better]
there is much pretension thereIs
To get the best results with jour i Tb. Earth' Swift Motion partment. The hearse, bearing the'! much that has been borrowed nature I 'Seibel Bros. dog and pony shows, Witch off th oose,!

desserts flavor them w'th;; Blu* Rill:.>on Everybody knows that the earth body, and the carriage of the pallbearers ; i which begin a two days engagementIn piles. a district Mi Ladlajj
I never pretends.Lavater.IIIDDN
Lemon or Vanilla. Absolutely pure makes one complete revolution on its followed, while the large number : Pensacola next Wednesday after causes ben any ef their

Joes! twice: as far and the "Blue R.b-I axis once in each twenty-four hours, of members of S. B. A. No. 1, noon come very highly spoken of ), too fascUatinff...*

ton Flavor" Is perfection.mtrlloqalam but few, however, have any Idea of the with the flag of that organ'zatioacame ,
which next a number of carriages!, fall DANGERS by the press. The Milwaukee\ Free
high rate of speed at such an Immense -
ing In behind the stevedores. :Amongthe Press a most conservative newspaperou
\ ball must turn In,order to --J'
In the Bible. accomplish city officials present were Major amusements, says: "For a purelydog --- -

Ventriloquism which Is described! as the feat of making one revolution Bliss, Recorder Laney and J. Geo. pony an,:' monkey circus, Seibl piece BE PRETTY.
NATURE
t'nkinr from the belly has its first in a day and a night. A graphic White, Sr., of the Board of Pubic' GIVES TIMELY WARN Bros., are entitled to take the lead. an'
historic! !mention as far as we' are Idea of the terrific pace 'whlch'the old Works.In INGS THAT NO PENSACOLA Their animal actors are far and and Gloss*'

ware, In Isaiah xxlx. 4. "And thou earth keeps up year after year may bo, this order th* cortege moved CITIZEN CAN AFFORD above any others ever seen here in @ What Color. v
sbalt) be brought; down and shall speakout had by comparing speed to that of slowly up Palafox street to the' Frat the matter of Intelligence, and their Johnny' of a female.
,
of the ground, and thy speech shall cannon' ball fired rom modern high Baptist church, where Rev. J. W. TO IGNORE.DAXGER training and education is' nothing for a smile of a femaln:
I short of astounding. No better exhibition and If to/ heatt!
be low : The highest velocity ever :
out-of-the dust. and thy voice pressure gun Senterfit conducted the services, after
: under canvass was even seen & hair. Sean'"
hall be as one that hath a familiar attained by such missile has been estimated which the body was borne to St.l1chael's SIGNAL NO. 1 "
conies i Milwaukee.. The papers everywhere is now known is.
Fprit.! out of the ground and thy at 1,628 feet per second whichis \ ; cemetery and there lad'toirest. fiom the kidney secretions. They I speak highly ,of both performance Bill that burrows InVl

'lf'f>th shall! whisper out of the dust" equal to a mile i in? 32-10 seconds.: The pall bearers were Officers j will warn you when the k-dnejs! are II and management, and Kokomo root of the hair'

-Brooklyn Eagl I The earth in making one complete Hall!, Simmons and Brown of the police sck."r 'kidneys: excrete a clear the powerful educated Chimpanzie. man The littla",

revolution In the short space of twen department, and Will O'ConneI,1: amber fluid. Sick kidneys send oat I seems to be creating a small sized throws up ini

R ..o1lrc.tDI.. ty-four hour' must turn with a velocity R. Williams and John Langford from i a thin pale and foamy, or a thick sensation by his marvelous stunts." p dandruff. T rt

"npr?"* roared the old lawyer to his almost exactly equal to ,that of the S. B. A. No. 1 -I red, ill-smelling urinefl full of sedlcient "tour of germ must brf

MH. studying law with him. "You toldm cannon ball In short Its rate of speedat Several beaut'fui floral tributes: ware and irregular of passage. For an Impaired Appetite. an en j

*you Dad read this work on evidence, the equator Is exactly 1.50 feet per presented at the grave. One of thost, DANGER SIGNAL NO2 comes from Loss of appetite always results from of the chemical
from the members of the police- department the back. Back dull and .
and yet the leaves 'cut" second. This Is equal to 17 miles Pominutl' pains heavy,or faulty digestion. All that Is neededI the falling liaise
are not was especially handsome. sharp anal acute', ,tell you of :sick kid- I: a few doses of Chamberlain's Stom-- stops the falling
"Used .
X rays. yawned the versatile rejs and warn you of the coining oi ach and Liver Tablets. They' will invigorate mirer baldness. For
5ifl and the father chuckled with deiisbt -- ,- diabetes and .
dropsy Brlght's disease.Doan's
-- -- NEGRO CAPTURED.NEAR the stomach, strengthen, the not! druggUt.
as he thought what a l lawyer the BROKE HER- CHAINS BAY Kidney Pills cure sick kid- digestion! and give you an appetitelike thing? South Palafoxj
boy would make.-London*Punch. MINETTE SUNDAY nos and' cure .ihtm permanently.Here's a wolf. These Tablets also act he stamps for com

She Wore Them for 30 Years But is Pecsacola proof: as a gentle laxative. For sale by all > } Co., Deuolt,
"Bud" Jones, the
neUro who is alleged geade
Mrs. Albert Pourtaless residing at
The
Oae .
Exception.
Free Woman.A druggists.
"Of Now a to bav? ambushed and shot at! 430( Government St.. says: "Mr. I
course, said Henpeck. "I don't'wsy. venerable lady of Ia., says that I'
preacher .
near McKinnon's
!
negro tur- -- -
Pourtal has used Doan's
ss KidneyPills -
do what me" drnker: for
tells
wife coffee
my she was a regular: I
about
'" pentine camp two weeks ago.i' and values them very highly. 1I
\That! exclaimed Meeker in Rur- 30 years, and although convinced that and who made his :imm .. 2a, "'
P.t.: the habit was the cause of her Increasing escape before the' has suffered from irregular- action ,f:!, liiBW; fmuj i ,i.
of sheriff
arrival the dull
was captured the kidneys and aching paiut -
"Xo; you see if she's In a sarcastic nervousness the was loathto I'
Sunday near Bay Minette by a man across his loins and in the small or
aGed when she orders me to (10 anything give It up. named Clark. ,f his back 'for jears. The i'
I know she wants me to do just "I became so n rvous.-: sie says, Sheriff Van Pelt was notified of the] ticn' from the kidneys sece-I

the opposite/'-philadelphla! Press. "that when I had callers It would excite arrest and went after the negro, returning much annoyance. Wherever he
sit
my nerves so that I would to tbe city yesterday after- caught or during changeable and I "SELF
Ills Experience. and cry for-an hour or'more after they noon with the prisoner. stormy weather his back ached terri.

riMtArtist-But jon love art for its had gone. I could not even go Uptown bly. lie tried all kinds of remedies, .
I: :
*w sake? Second Artist-Why. ve!*. to do a little shopping with any but obtained little benefit When he B "ID. .
Ira cominj to the conclusion that comfort and I would often get all I GEORGIA: FRUIT CROP saw Doan's Kidney Pills advertised
Mfi all ready and then take off my hat anl IS NOT MUCH DAMAGED he procured them at Sidney Kahn's m '
there Is la it-Brootlyn Life "
stay at home and have a crying spell. drug store corner of Palafox and Ro-

Tfc "I began drinking Postum ,Food Coffee -I Atlanta, Ga., Mar. 19.-.-Prominent -nena Sts. They proved to be a very
language denotes the man. 'Aarse about a. year ago. g'vinj: up the I fruit men in this immediate section I II effective remedy, relieving; the urinary I B Protects both you and family, 31 1905.

or refined character finds Its 'ei- old kind entirely. From the begin say that while the promise: frost troubte and the dull heavy achingIn Ratio of { ; ...
pression tne naturally In a coarse or 're- I ning my health showed Improvement came they do not believe the fruit his back oQ stpp: ring entirely. i II

l Phraseology.-Bovee. and soon I became hearty and strong I I crop was ,Injured materially, ihj He recommends: Doan's Kidney Pills

i free from bodily discomfort with a weather being dry. Reports from the very; hl"i1Ito hi? friends at every opportunity. The Fidelity

The Original! laxative Cough Syrup tranquil spirit and so reman: to this i northern section of the state gUe the ." I ..
ia !'nnHy's Laxative Honey and Tar. day. And I owe It all to the use ofPostum. : same information. Reports rout For sale by all dealers. Price 50 .

't "Pels all cold from the system by J ." Name given by Ppstum Co. I Southern Georgia say no damage was cents. Fostr. elburn Co... Buffalo ts.
fUns as fc cathartic on the bowels. Battle Creek. Mich done the crop In that s(> tion. No New York sole agents for the United i CAHO A. REDDITT ..
keflfled's Read the.little danger is apprehended to-night, sireinIs t.1tf-s.
Laxative lIon?y and Tar II! There's a :'reason. 'I ,
aCertsn. : safe and harmless cure for I book, "The Road to Wellvllle," in falling over a large portion of Remember the ntmeDoan'sandke mf .:Ii"' li !iJ.ligSSSSSii _____ :
1. croup and whooping cough. pkgs. ** the peach belt. .. no other. __tl- ." "' 1
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r"al, rua1r \ THE PENSACOLA ,JOURN A Lj 'TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH, 20, 1908 ,- ; .- -

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ing a permit from him for
-- the
I burL
ber of the state press who has ever eral countlesfana-a Pndin5nt In the To succeed- these days you must have plenty of the body of such person. I

openly set at, defiance the laws of construction of dredges with which to of courage,.strength. How is it with the Sec. ,3. That all sextons

e n&tftda iottfnal the United States and gloried in the cut ditches Into the Everglades., F ore children?' Are they thin, paledeiici.te? Do or other persons who may overseen have coal:
act. 'Ibis Gov. Browarddid in his There iyrnoinstance on record not forget Ayer's Sarsaparilla. You know itCh trol ,over any cemetery in the Ct

Cuban filibustering schemes. where a nIembr"of the state press makes the blosd pare and rich, and builds,up. shall make :weekly reports t to tti
We know of no member of the state has ever set a decis'on: of any courtat health. Sold for sixty Health Officer of all Interments

: 1'' DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. the press laws who of has his continuously slate. ignored doing defiance by spending This the GOT.people's Broward mon-is iMP?: w the:*=general Miewttith ->>*"***.WS44l5 en. 7wsII.years.-::;:;: whereof during the they week are such in the sextons ceneterr made t tI

This Gov.. Broward is doing by refusing -ey on his Utopian project of drainIng overseers, respectively and shall or I
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it PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING- EXCEPT MONDAY obedience to Chapter 5245 the Everglades,in the lace of the specifically in said reports the namti stats
Acts qf 1903. whicn requires the trustees decision! for the United States court may hereafter pave or otherwise permanently and of the : [
: ages persons interred their
,
...BY... of the Internal Improvement that the act 'which constituted the Legal advertisements \ improve, or :which It may sex, color and place of,birth! and
i Fund of which Gov. Broward is chairman Drainage Commission! Is null and void. authorize to be paved or'so Improved locality and date of death. the

THE JOURNAL COMPANY. to turn over air monies in the These last mentioned acts of Gov. An Ordinance; to Privide for the Extermination shall be of stone cement .asphalt or same appears fromhe burial as the

hands of said trustees to the state Broward are committed too, at a of Mosquitoes and the some product thereof. Issued by said Health Officer. pennt:

treasurer to be placed to th3 credit time when he is under his solenv Destruction of their Larvae Provided: Until January 1st, 1908 Sec. 4. That any person s
1J; FRANK L. MAYES President and General Manager. I. of the various counties to be used in oath to obey the constitution and Be it ordained by the Mayor and any existing sidewalk on both sidesof of violating any portion of this con\1ct'd.

4 :: the construction of hard roads. laws of thfe state of Florida and the Council of the City of 'Pjsnsacola: Belmont, Street between the East nance shall be punished by a fine or:!! S0A
: 5 We have never heard of any member constitution and laws of the United Section 1. It shall be the duty of line of Tarrangona. Street and the exceeding Fifty ($50.00) Dollars or no<
,1 MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS., of the state taking States. both sidesof by
'press money all persons residing within the corporate -West line of Baylen Street imprisonment not exceeding thirty
: ., I' appropriated by the legislature for a "Those who live in' glass honses limits of the City of Pensacolato Tarragona. Gulllemarde. Palafox days or both such fine and imprisoa.(lit\ Ar..
specific purpose and spending it according should not throw stones" and .the cover or' senses and to keep COY- and Baylen Streets. between the North meaL
SUBSCRIPTION RATES. to the dictates of his own members the state press can compare ereo? or screened with wire netting line of Belmont Street and the North Sec. 5. That this ordinance r.I

It One Year..................J5 00 Ono Month....... ..i...... 45 sweet will. This Gov. Broward is records with that pf Gov. Bro- not larger than number eighteen ((18) line of Wright Street on both sidesof take effect immediately on its passa-shsij
Six Months............... 2 50 One Week: ..,....:........ it*) now doing by taking the money appropriated ward seven days in the week the year mesh all cisterns tanks reservoirs Palafox Street between the South and approval. '
i" Three Months..... ....... 1 %5 Weekly Edition per year..$! Ot by the legislature of 1903 round. without danger of suffering (including flush tanks to water line of Belmont Street and the North Sec. 6. That all ordinance. tJ
: ? -- -- r to construct hard .roads in the sev- by the comparison. closets not in daily use) or other line of Jackson Street, constructed in parts of ordinances in conflict hers-or tt

,.. .. open bodies of standing water upon accordance with existing ordinances with are hereby reipealed.
;! The Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed their cement
premises. f of, material, other than stone Passed February 28. 1906.
1 Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. *$ if $ 1 ;' ii'f i!. r-! i;' I Section. 2. Whenever it Is'not asphalt or some product thereof may Approved 3Iarc.h 3. 1906. I
practicable to screen or cover cistern .to'an extent not exceed-
any be repaired
:J : Is Parker "Jollying" The South? l tank, reservoir, or other open ing ten per 'cent (10%) of the total Attest: CHAS.Mayor H.of BUSS.Pen aco a'.
r't bodies of water as required by the amount of such s'dewalk: with the
':;'; Offices. 108 and 110 East I Papers on Saleon Trains foregoing section it shall be the duty same material. of which: it is con- C. E MERRITT. Clerk 4.al

.}.i Government. Phone 38. and at all News Stands. *; Atanta News. *1.of the occupant of the premises to oil structed.. NOTICE. alal
with kerosene all such cisterns.
?U < '3'$ I$ Section 2. That this ordinance Notice! Is hereby given to
** 'No 'f'$ ?H tanks reservoirs or other open bodiesof : i credior :
& PENSACOiLA. FLORIDA. TUESDAY MORNING. MARCH 20. 1906 I standing water at least every fifteen shall take effect immediately. legatees distributees and al other
. ] I t ,Section 3. That all ordinances. claims

3 Has Judge Alton B: Parker droppedthe : leadership.and certainly It cannot do i unoa((15)of)kerosene days using to every not less fifteen than((15)one and parts of ordinances: in conflict against persons the having estate of Wm.or J. Hahn demand, fe 'tef

i Secretary Taft lectionable: features in every locality McClellan boom or is he trying worse. feet of surface oiled. When premises herewith be, and the same are hereby ceased to present the same \titlft

but we are here to assert that Florida to ladle out a little'soft soap to the "Certainly no faction can refuse to on which any srfch"cistern, tank repealed. two ((2)) years to the unders'ge a )
and the Presidency. will compare' with any state in the southern Democrats support a ''worthy southern candidatein reservoir or other open body of water Passed, March 2, 1906. Cottage Hill, Florida,
? !
i11 Union for advancement in all lines. the lighfot the loyalty of tha southto shall ba unoccupied it shall be the Approved.. March. :3. 1906. out letters testamentary upon theej.
: Bween the Taft presidential boom There is no one who can "knock" At Jackson Miss., he is reported to every party: candidate. II duty of the owner of such premises, CHAS. H. BLISS. tate of the said deceased. t
p and the possibility of his appointment regarding our people who are the bestto have said that McClellan is the logical "But if this course .would give southern or the agent thereof to cause' the Mayor of Pensacola. F. Hahn. Executrix. Samanh !
candidate. The Judge attende4 Democrats they Attest: Cj E. MERRITT. 1'In t
recognition
to the United States Supreme Court be found anywhere and as for climate the same to be covered, or screened or
: of War hast it can't ba beaten. Our resources a banquet at Charlotte, N. (1, given.deserve, it will also put them upon Ud, as is provided in this and the City Clerk Escambia County Circuit Court, :
: bench the big Secretary are just being developed yet by the Manufacturers Club last' night their mettle.,, It will.maka. it necessarj foregoing section. State of Florida. In Chancery ac

been getting his full share of newspaper we are on the road to prosperity.We and took occasion to review the his- for them to insist upon devotion to Section 3. Whenever it shall be An Ordinance to Provide for the F. Croal complainant vs. Josephine! c'c

1 notoriety of late some of the have no drouths no cyclones tory of the Democratic party during ideas and principles; to avoid as I' Impossible to either screen or oil any Prompt Report of Fever Cases and Croal defendant On Monday the c'o

comment being anything but com no pests. ''But we have the nearest the recent campaigns. He said: their character and tradit'ons assure, cistern, tankS 'reservoir, or other open to Protect the- Public Algainst the 9th day of April A- D. 1906 the de !

plimentary. The Albany (Ga.) Herald approach to a perfect land to be The party paralysis" was complete extreme policies;, to keep themselves boay: of water as herein before provided Recurrence of Yellow Fever in the fenlant Josephine.. Croal. I reqm?. 0
; found anywhere. If you doubt it come and almost fatal after Bryan's nom- thoroughly In tpuch with all the e'e-! It shall be the duty of the. owner City of Pensacola: to the bill a'galas''
4 In commenting upon the possible and see. nation, and; "in 1904. hoping to cure ments to be found in a national and or agent of the premises* or the occupant Be it ordained by the Mayor and her appar. This order to b publish
action of Secretary Taft intimates that The name of Gainesville should be or palliate it, you advised returning progressive 'party. and to be ready thereof if the same be occu-' Council of the City of Pensacola: ed once each week for t4) consecutive -
k he is the strongest man the Republicans again to New York for your candidate and willing to antcipate! and promoteall tiEd, to stock the same with minnowscr Section 1. That it shall be the weeks in The Pensacola Jour-
changed to one with a more Celestial only to meet the worst defeat in cur the needs of small and to keep' same so
fish
a great country the
f could nominate for the presidency duty of every physician .practicing in nal a newspaper published in said Es.
sound. A community where the party history. We confess:. do not understand stocked.
we
people of Tensacola during the cambia County. A. M. 'iMcMi'lan, tI
he not be '' the City
ii and believes will ,
are the best to be found any We quote further: Judge Parker If he was correctly Section 4. It shall be the duty 'of period beginning March 1st and ending Clerk Circuit Court by L. G. Armard
tiri willing to-be side tracked with an appointment where; where all are prosperous; "It is now nearly twelve years since quoted at Jackson he is for McClel all persons residing within the corporate November 1st to report in writing D. C.. Pensacoli, Fla., March S, 1906 I;
to the Supreme bench. The any man professing devotion to your lan. His speech at Charlotte was evidently limits of tha City of Pensa Health Officer all ( 6maroa 4w
where there are no drouths, cyclones party has been caosen in national or prepared and there he seemedto cola to empty at least every seven to the City Seal c
Herald says: mosquitoes snakes bugs or pests of hi any: northern Democratic state to be trying to induce the southern days all kegs barrels, bores jars or cases of acute fever which may come SALE. .
Decidedly one of the most Interest ill an important executive office. At other vessels receptacles of what within" his knowledge or observation FORECLOSURE
Is- asouthern ; or
nominate
any kind. about as near to Heavenas people.to man. NOTICE IS GIVEN that
-i i ing men In contemporary public life the last ele *Ion kind 'their premises, together'wIth the name and address HEY .
perhaps eight out often ''As the mover upon
to of recent elections
history
one can without the by virtue of a of foreclosureand
get crossin'g having such with
of the fever
is Winiam II. Taft. the big Ohioan person
water the
of th'Ot9'S then uader 30 which contain unless same
were ft is
wall to the
; who. after having filled various positions Styx. ranged with our opponents: and today give figures. Cleveland shall be kept securely covered or in twelve ((12) hours after the discovery sale made' and entered by the Circuit tI
elected in
was 1884. receiving '
Court of the First Judicla' -
of honor Ud responsibility: has of !such! or cases. (
case
{ such
rr1 By the way-do Gainesville people the party organizations screened, and all persons or
: are lifeless
: : .1 219 electoria(votes to' 182 for Blain
of Florida: in and for
i.-) found apparently a perfectly congenIal their time ieader.5 their agents. who may own any vacant Sec. 2. In any or all such cases reported cult Ebi
wear halos? one arc dead. 01 In
1888 Harrison received 233 elector- .
berth at the head or the War De- have abdica&j. t>r.: have beccrne.Repubcans lot within the corporate limitsof to him the City Health Officer county, on the 10th da of h1h, t
worse ial votes Cleveland 168. In 1892
and
in chan
p rtm?nt. the City of Pensacola shall caus shall subject to Euoh rules and reg- D. 10. in a cause .
.
while Jn thin
The DeSoto County Advertiser is mora: : Cleveland
received 277 and Harrison
Secretary Taft is one of the kind of one state the threat hangs them to be removed the from all barrels. ulations as may be prescribed by the very, A A. Fisher i com t
men, who do things. He believes in not only an up-to-date newspaper but that they may become the over victims of 145. In 1S96, McKinley receved! 271 kegs glass or crockery tin or wood- City Board of ,Health be empowered plainant. and C."J. Kennedy is defendant .

4, taking the bull by the horns'whenever one that occasionally gets a little the spoiler the, destructive or the bered and Brayn 176. It' must be remem-, enware, boxes jars, or any other ves and 'required to: Investgate! the case I wU.] as Seial1Iaste alp teed I
that nomination
: the bull manifests a disposition to be ahead of the date. as in the case of corruptionLst Bryan's. followed SrI or receptacle which may contain or cases so reported to him and if he by Cur for that :
contrary and has decided opinions on "When such the split In thQ party and the exceedingly water, unless the sam shall be kept has any doubt or suspicion concern at public out at the county coir I
the whom the conditions
negro 'Cooper Adver confront ., ,
all public questions, which he expresses : unpopular second administration securely. covered or screened. ing the nature of the illness he shall house door in the city of Pensacola
e with vigorous candor. He i is" tiser has reported hanged in three you? why Until should you hesitate any'longer : of Cleveland. Section 5. That any 'parson convicted report the fact immediately to the Escambia County. Fla on Monday. .

ti very close .to the president whose different Issues. However the Adver- and New the York Democrats of Nebraska -I In 1900 Bryan's' popular vote was.6358.132 ,- of "violating any provision of resident Agent of the State Board of the 2nd day of April 1906..between jI j
and other northern I against 7, g7U.:,!) for McKin this ordinance shall be punished by a the hours of o'clock a. and t
is
confidential adviser he is and than tiser man a Rood explainer and states have, Health and shall 'ad! and assist sucn 1 m
brought forth fruits! 'meet ley. It will be/ seen ':that up to and fine not exceeding Fifty (50) Dollars inves- o'clock p. m. the highest MdJer! ]
,whom he is hardly less strenuuous in wri"les'out ,of the matter in the following for Agent in such other further: .
p fighting the frequently fierce battles repentance at least so long I including 1900, the Democratic! part or by imprisonment not exceeding tigation as may be necessary to deter- for cash, the following property, situate
of the administration. manner: as they are threatening to give them- l was a powerful political organization.In hirty ((30), days or by both such fine mine the nature and cause of any such lying and belt's' between numbers ,
.Justice Brown is to retire from the The'Advertisers aim is to get there selves and the party over to further 1904 the, candidate. Judge J"arkpr. and imprisonment. case or cases. And the' City Healtn 51 and 518 South Palafox Stret,
4 4' supreme bench durin'he coming first with the mostest news. Our destruction-should you not ass rtyourselvt's was considered,to be:"safe and sane.'' Section 6. That this ordinance Officer is hereby authorized and empowered in City of Pensacola.! Escambia jt j

18 summer. and Secretary Taft could: publication: day is Thursday and the ? You have'born the and Br'an'was loyal and gave the shall take effect Immediately after < to' enforce the fumigation of County Florida to-wit One ptentet
fit! have {.he place thus made vacant simply -: paper is printed Thursday morningnot heat and burden of the day. Your party his 'best efforts. But behold the its passage and approval, and shall remain -any place. build'ng: or premises where shooting gallery. 'One flute 7
by indicating his willingnsss to- a few days later. That explains statesmen have demonstrated. their result! Roosevelt's vote 366 and 'in force during the period begin- any such case-of fever-exists may Two gasoline engines. Four rIfles
L'rd .
accept It. But the war portfolio is: why we have hung Cooper three ability not only to take care of the interests Parker's popular vote was 5,082.734 Ing March. 1st. and ending November' a have been with such disinfectantsand One tent. The said property being situ .
times. If he don't like it he will have of their ,states and their section or 1,729.809 below that of Roosevelt. 1st. 1906. east s'd of }
ated on vacant ; on
more to his liking and he has publicly in such manner as may be prescribed lo
stated that he will remain in the to get his reprieves earlier in the but they have been the, dam I Parker did notget an electorial vote Section 7. That all ordinancesand by the rules and regulationsof eoutrSouth Street between .

cabinet unless the president insists' week. Some day we may hang .him against aggression at home and the outside the south, and he lost New parts of ordinances in conflict' the City Board of Health. Main: and Cedar Streets. Bi of ..- ,
that be don the judicial ermine. for keeps. Then he'll be dead. threat of discredit abroad. Among York by 175.552. herewith, be and the, same are hereby Sec. 3. Whenever any physician at cost of purchaser. Ge. T. Moi 1
t them
are men with the knowledge, The figures 'are appalling' but- the repealed1assedFeburarY. Master. 20mar24-27 :
Taft
And should Secretary not return practicing his profession within the g. Sp'eclal
] Editor Hovey. of the Polk experience honesty and courage; to situation, is far: from hopeless. As .. : 28, 1906.
:t to the bench he will be an exceedingly County City of Pensacola shall be called to
"1 formidable: candidate for the: Record paid the following tribute to out represent their fellow partisans with for the nominatioa of a southern man, ,Approved March CHAS 3. 1906.H. BLISS. I see or attend any case of'acute fever BIDS WANTED. .I
the surrender of principle and the south will"not feel especially flattered Bids will be received by the Board
presidential nomination I between March 1st and No-
:Republican
:William Jennings Bryan in the last their fellow countrymen 'wIth safety Mayor of (Peosacola.Attest .. 1
by Judge Parker's suggestion. of Public Works until 12 M March 2fii!!
: two years hence. and should he be: vember 1st. it shall be his
honor."I .
'k'l nominated Democracy would find him I issue of his excellent paper: and It arouses' the suspicion that he : duty to order such case to be screen- 1906. for the sweeping of the Pap\
4l a .hard man to defeat His ability is I The Honorable William Jennings myself placed at the front for a wants ;. new low record in the electoral C. E. MERRITT.Clark. ed at once and if such Is not done he portion of Palafox street from the ls> ,
.4fl treat his integrity unquestioned his I Bryan seems to cause a whole lot of time have every reason to be grateful college to keep company with shall so report to the City Health Officer day of April until the 1s day of 0 .'

:ity for work almost unlimited. worry' on the Republican side of the to Democrats everywhere and especially his'own.. We feel sure a hood southern An Ordinance to Provide for tbe Pay- who shall subject to such rules tober 1906. Bond will required 0
;1 his experience large. On the' house. The bravest man is h, who to those of the south. I appreciate man could carry at least a few meat of the Expenses of the Board_ and regulations as the City Board of the successful .bidder The Bud .tPulWIc ,
meets defeat lives yet to the honor thus conferred states that lie beyond the Parker the '
fight
: again. deadline Works
: '>;. It is rather to be hoped speak- of Bond Trustees of the City of 'Health may prescribe take such reserves
U4 "rom the standpoint of a Demo- With the strength of a Gibraltar Bryan -upon me, and have no regrets for the' but we are not especially Interested measures as may compel the proper reject any and all bids. 20mar4t93fomtfffjr
II that he will after reflection ac- is moving forward in a cause that past; but no one I think. can know I'I in getting "recognition." We Pensacola: screening of the patient, for such t'me
the supreme court justiceship, can have nothing but success in store. better than I how futile our effort has I want a great national party without Be it ordained by 'the Mayor and the as may be required to render such Yow !
of Pensacola NDnG-
been in the and how Council of the City :
past unpromisingthe any hint of sectionalism, and will
::fl4 ?h the probability is that he will we case harmless to the public health.
r1 thing of the kind. Mr. Grosvenor Ohio. Is busily-engaged outlook is for the future. unless I get it when we say what we Think Section 1. That the Finance Committee Sec. 4. It shall be the duty
we throw ,aside isms. and grasp the and nominate a man who is in real of the City Council of the City
,
of 'or guardian of
figuring out Mr. Roosevelt's and every parent any
'great moral Issue of Pensacola is hereby authorized
now so clearly perceived sympathy with the masses.It '
Hamilton decides child and the head of family to
Andy to tell chances for a third term. As Mr. the to and audit any every
by
people. The time has is not worth while to twit the empowered approve '
1 T4 '.:, knows there will be soms more Grosvenor has plenty of time on his come ,when the really effective Democrats Democrats of New York and Nebratka. and all expenses declared to be necessary acute properly fever'screen occurring eny and in their all cases respec-of I' I

?j C-g out for the tall timber. hands there is no harm in figuring.: of the country should be recog-- nor to talk about "fruits for re by the Board of Bond Trusteesin tive famIlIes between March 1st and
.
nized, and when they should and about the preparing. engraving. ofttk.hf1J
no longer pentance. The day has come whena '
November 1st, 'and to keep such case
"' ., It appears to be taking the Russian hesitate decline or refuse to seekor : sufficient number! of men vote as advertising and selling the Improvement or sick person screened' with a mos
I Gainesville Should Be to accept those honors which are they please to decide every election Bonds of the City of Pensacola "
officials about as long to investigate quito net for the first seventy-two (72) ..rtcto.rsaF.Iy.cio4t"
i their just due for work well done.: It! and the way to .succeed In oliti';3 is authorized to be Issued under an Act
..,. Annexed to Heaven. the surrender of Port Arthur by Gen may possibly be that the party will! to deserve successnotby any political of. the Legislature of the State of hours Sec. during 5. That the attack of illness.,convicted THE MOST BEAUTIFUL'MAOAZCvE]

t eral Stoessel as it did the Japaneseto ; go to defeat again but since 18SG it clap-trap but by being sincere Florida approved May 12th, 1905,and any person I TUB WORLD"Askyour
of of this -
The recent "knock administeredto has done I ordinances of the City of Pensacola, violating any provision ordinance
capture it. nothing else under northern and honest. by I shall be newsdealer for this superb
t punished fine
Pensacola potatoes by a one-horse 1 I IKH. adopted July 19th 1905, and January by a not. magazine.. If he does not handle it
exceeding Fifty ((50) Dollars or by imprisonment
3f Iowa preacher furnishes the text for If wasn't important enoughto (lib. 1906 and to approve. in so far as not send ns his name and address withyonf
n H H certain few such concerned any con- exceeding thirty ((30) and address and for
the W'ho have are name
ones obtained expenses sample
":$t the following boost which appeared in days or by both such fine and itnpris- Jo
*. C this shooting have been the tract ;made by said trustees involving copy! price 250. Mention
: a, recent issue of the Gainesville Sun: ADVERTISE CLIPPINGS FROM % "market" hunters of that section such expenses. All such expenses onment. this Rega

':' Pensacola is having trouble with it's not Important enough: to worry ? APRIL MAGAZINES. '$ who have keen able .to provide for when so approved by the Finance Sec. 6. That this ordinance shall Burr Publishing Company I

1l: "knockers" who visit that city and about. ,And if it was ADVERTISED the entire State from this source. It Committee shall be allowed and paid. take effect Immed'ately! on its pass- 4 West 224 Street New York C/t/
then write to their northern home is a pity this of age and approval and shall remain in
t tr you will not have to worry slaughter cannot be put Sec. z. That for the payment
force the 'year 1906.
i lt papers and give that city and locality : Satopto. the expenses<< of said Board as herein during
about/ it-BO. in any: event Sec. 7. That all ordinances
and
severe We do not mind what A Danish Prose Master. of Ten Thousand -
ti1f:! : & rap. To inquire more minutely we find provided the sum
till
ill such people say, and have no fear DONT WORRY, Jens Peter J&cdbsen was the lead- that ten mlleg from the town of Great (10000.00) Dollars or so much thereofas parts of ordinances' conflict herewith U r. flQiiJ'ueni isNrJh.bzS
'''jb from such statements of persons who ing figures In the modern revival of Bend is the largest of these'sO- may be necessary,is hereby appro- be and the same are hereby re- OI.CplDPANL : ::
,, only put the worst side forward. HH"" Danish literature ana! his death a few; called salt marshes being fifteen priated out of the General Fund in pealed. :? IU1'a "
J-rre Every city in this country has Its years ago at the age of thirty-seven I: miles long by' half as many wide, the City Treasury which is ,not other: Passed February 28. 1906. COr1 of
.:. lJ Indignant persons who do not get on GOV. BROWARD AND tV wa9 a blow to the hopes of his countrymen and is commonly known a.s the wise appropriated. Approved March 3. 1906. O PIU lrf' b p
l-I; In the world and live off the alms of *; HE STATE PRESS not unlike that wtalch Americans "Cheyenne Bottoms." The Inhabitants Sec. 3. Th.at this ordinance stall CHAS. H. BLISS SDatrlu
s. the more prosperous ones. It will always & --- felt at the death of Frank Norris say that this used once to be take effect immediately:! uponits pass- Attest: Mayor of Pensacola.C. AlD B lal. "'Oun.W .
ti: b$ thus. But there is one thing Jasper News. & Jacobsen was a scientist by the bed of the Arkansas River which age and approvaL E. MERRITT. Clerk. U r
i11' certain there are few cities anywhere # C training and profession and there is, somehow or other got turned off ages Passed March 2. 1906. Cr :
c a in the world that have fewer of such ';'; *H : perhaps something of a scientific ago. This has left a great marsh oraeadow Approved March 3. 1906. An Ordlnance'Relating. to Mortuary
i ::1l people than Gainesville. There maybe spirit in his severely realistic manner pretty generally covered CHAS. H. BLISS Records.Be ---_' .
.! a few old shacks in this city that Sometime ago Gov. Broward took: particularly as applied to the with a dense 'growth of weeds and< Attest: Mayor of :Fensacola. it ordained by the Mayor and the NEW YORKCLIPPER
; $ ought to be removed but the question occasion to indulge in a' fling at the ideas and manners of a past genera-. waving grass to a height of ones C. EX MERJUTT. Clerk Council of the City of Pensacola:
;-'.o of title or the fact that they belong state press by referring to editors: Uon., Side by side with this spirit head in some places-also her. and Section 1. That upon the death of
itfl to some estate makes it a matter who sell editorial at so much an inch; however exists the'' fervid Imagination -|:there pools of stagnant water. No AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND SEC- any person within the corporate limits

:'lt that cant be done at the present with sentiment thrown in. This was of the born romanticist and the more ideal feeding or resting grounds ..TION NINETY ((90) OF THE CODE of the City of Pensacola the attend
'kr time. hotly resented by some members of instinctive feeling for form that made I for ducks are elsewhere obtainable. ing 'physician or, if there be no physician .
.t14: In regard to beautiful farm lands the press, but well knowing that all Jacobsen pre-eminent among his contemporaries Early in October the great flight begins ..OF ORDINANCES OF 1902. RE the nearest relations or. If .18 THE gREATEST

,' : J and pleasant country homes we are honorable professions and societies as" a stylist His novel.! and the marsh is alive with ..LATING TO SIDEWALKS. I' there be no relations the undertaker, THEATRICAL I 'SHOW PAPERIN
not afraid to compare Alachua county have a small) proportion of unworthy "Niels Lyhne generally consideredhis them until December.To Be it ordained by the Mayor and. or, if there be no undertaker the coroner -
i with the best of them rn the old setit members and knowing also that the masterpiece is a character study get the cream: of this shootingone Council of the City of Pensacola:. ,shall report the same within forty- THE WORLD.
tied sections of the north. People best men in the iwiprld sometimes of modern life but not a few critics must arrive on the scene of oper Section 1. That Section Ninety ((90)of ) eight .48)) hours thereafter to the City 10 Cfe

,1J who are here to spend the winter can make hasty utterances in an unguarded believe in that his his seventeenth: finest work is contained his- attons just after the first cold weather the Code of Ordinances of 1902 be Clerk using ,blank forms for this purpose $4.00 Per Year. Singe Copy,

fl1 verify this statement and as to the moment which they do not. mean torical novel "Marie Brubbe.century"-Tales of the season prepared to rough It. and the same is hereby amended so furnished by the City. It shall ISS7ED L.
..J products of the soil the figures will and would glad recall if they could, for April. !with the professional hunters ni' as to read as follows: be the duty of, each and every undertaker SAMPLE COPY FREE.
i tl: show which is the best. we published an article in the gover- *. 5 thoroughly prepared with an outfit "Sec. 90. That ftom and after the to obtain. and furnish the City
F :' In many localities the use of commercial nor's defence. Shooting In Kansas. suitable for cold and wet weather adoption! of this ordinance all side- Clerk with a certificate which. shall FRANK QUEEN PU8. CO.((d)

fertilizer causes much com But in the governor's speech in not forgetting a pair of good, -big walks'on both sides of all streets (excEpt contain the name, age, race and other ALB 3 BBK praLISUEtS,
If ment from northern farmers who use Jacksonville on the 3rd of this monthhe Certain salt marches bordering onor wading boot A few cigars also will Bru Street) -within the. limits details of every person Interred within 4tW.SUK :T..IWTOd
12 barn-yard and other fertilizers. Butt took occasion to again denouncethe adjacent to the Arkansas afford River In not be amiss for distribution among (bounded as follows towit: On the forty-eight ((48)) hours, thereafter ; -

; If by using $& worth of fertilizer on : press of' the state in broad antsweep' Southwestern duck Kansas.shooting. This some feed remarkable -the friends you will of necessity North by the North line of Belmont on blani forms to be' furnished the *** #***#**#********
;' one acre of land you can make It produce *- terms and make charges ing-ground; draws great quantities of make.!. Brancard in Recreation for Street on the South by the South line undertakers for this purpose by the # *
$ 1250. Is It better to which March. Main Street on the East by the City. ORGANS. *
I1 not produce are not only wholly Incapable mallards which alight in their migratory of # PIANOS AND
;;I.ili: it than to produce! half that sum with- of proof. but which are wholly untrue. flight while. following the' a East line of Tarragona Street and on See 2. That no person shall buryor # CASH OR EASY TERMS. i
out its use? But taking all that be has said beds"of the Missouri' and Mississippi Gun Went Off'Too Soon. the West by the West line of Baylen place in a tomb or rem ve from the All Piano Work Guaranteed. *

,' The man who makes remarks about about the members of the state pressas rivers: remaining for.a. considerable The Hon. oreno"Jones make announcement ., Street. and also on both sides of Pal City or otherwise dispose of the bodyof CLUTTER 4 RUSHING o
iI the poor negro hut that stands on being true as gospel even 'then, period of time thereby affording that. he Is not a candidatefor afox Street extending from the Norta any human ,being :who -shall die Jn # 12 EAST GOVERNMENT SIt *.
3\.1! land that is In litigatIon. does not seethe their records will stand by comparison some of the very best tfuck shoot: congress. This gun went.off ev- line of Hickory: Street to the North the City or be brought'I Into the City PHONE 476. *
\\ti mansion that adorns the adjoining -with that of Gov Broward. ing of its kind on the continent. I dently before the opposition could get tine of Jacksoa Street and on both for burial -without flrst reporting the ge .

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I li PEOP]bEandEVENTSone MENU, .. II DefUNll\K J'I'I nUtuu.1 TISM-ii THAT INSIDIOUS BREAKS DISEASE DOWN (II



I Rheumatism does not come on in a day the THE STRONGEST -
;
I Seen Heard and D Special to.The Journal. I causes that produce it work in
Among 'Those Who GOt Come and DeFunlak. Mar. 19.-Wednesday at-I disease becomes intrenched in silently the blood the system foryears. This insidioui ,
and :
ternoon the ladles of tho Town Improvement some exposure to cold or damp
E Tarry & Won and; FOR BREAKFAST Association gAve> their-I weajker'! or slight indiscretion brings on an attack. Poor digestion, stomach '
len L
Society, Here and'Elsewhere.. fifth reception at the home of Mrs..r! troubles, weak Kidneys, torpid Liver and a general sluggish condition of
B. P. Morris. 'Despite the rain the the system are responsible for Rheumatism Food souring in the stomach

i : rooms were crowded" and"every one I poisons the blood, the failure of the Kidneys and Liver to act properly leaves
By4 E NELLIE !BECK. Telephone 669. I bad an enjoyable time. ;,, waste matter and impurities in the system, which, coming in contact with

.. The official inspection of Co. K., F.,i the natural acids of the body, form uric acid. This is absorbed by the blood,
sn. Dove Brand Ham S. T.. will occur on April 2 and will; and as it penetrates to the muscles, nerves and bones produces the terrible
== be followed 'by a reception and banquet -' pains and aches and other disagreeable symptoms Rheumatism. Life is
IDove Brand
BAPTIST WEEK OF PRAYER Bacon made a torture by excruciating pains, nerves are shattered the health
undermined
AND SPECIAL ENDEAVORFOR The Journal's Daily Fashion Feature Gold Band Ham B. P. ,Morris has been announced asa i ,and if the disease is not checked it breaks down the strongest con-

THE HOME BOARD. Treasurer.candidate. 'for tha office of' County stitution. It will not do to depend plasters,liniments,etc.;such treatment
White Label Bacon is helpful in easing the pain and reducing the inflammation but does
not
D. S. Glllis is i
last night, and continuing a candidate for re-
panning reach the blood
where the real trouble is
election to located. S. S. S. cures Rheumatism
Pyerv night this week there will Scotch Oat Meal the office of Tax Asses.
meeting in the Sunday school by purifying and invigorating the thin, acrid
>*> & of the First Baptist church at Cream, of Wheat sor.Dr.., Harley Cawtho'n left Saturday blood driving out all impurities and poisons and

rooll1: for ,Nashville take a postgraduate S S S sending a stream of strong, rich blood to wash
7 1iTi* Ladies Aid will reorganize in Heckers Buck Wheat course In.d.?nlstry.A I out all irritating particles that are causing the

tid SJnday school room this after- Flap! Jack Flour I II rumor I5 current that Col. W. I pain and inflammation S. S. S. stimulates the
r.001> ai 3:3(). : \ W. Flournoy will become a candidate I PURELY VEGETABLE sluggish organs to better action, tones up the

Tie regular meeting of the ,Ussion1' 'I : I (Florida Syrup fori'supreme court justice.' 'I stomach and digestion, restores nervous energy ,
,*
\' Society will 'toe omitted Thurs. Dr. Morris has twenty five acres of I:I and builds up the entire health. S. S. S. cures Rheumatism whether acute

<< on account of the week of prayer Maple Syrup land five blocks from the post: office or chronic, and, the cure is thorough and lasting. Book on Rheumatism
.Even I***? Is cordially invited to that he Is turning Into a private park.:I and any medical advice desired without charge.
Purity Coffee Tetley's Tea
these meetings and members : He having a large'barn built and al
attend especially urged to unite in this L Cocoa seven 'foot fence put around the THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA GA
are place he will be able to turn in I
week of prayer and special effort
Home Board. ostriches, deer, rabbits etc. There Is,
for the
4! zlfJ a cottage on tha place where Dr. and
-+- Mrs. Morris are now residing. Eaton-H rbut Writing Papers.are .
RETURNED FROM THEK. In the game of basket-ball Satur-
Hotel De '
cf P. GRAND LODGE. day, DeFuniak 'beat Pensacola 8 to pleasing to look upon and still more pleasing to write

7. upon. They have a good hard surface, and there's never any
Mr anj Mrs. Henry Horsier re- ROSEAU GERELDS Mr. Bruce is having a barn built in hanging of the pen or blotting of the paper when you're using
turned Sunday night from Palatka the rear of the Chautauqua cottage. the Eaton.Hurl.ibut-5.) 35 and 50 cents.
where they 'were delegates to the The Fancy One of our most prominent bueln.sssj I -
Grocers
grand lodge Knights of Pythias men will open ,a hardware store lu I Coe's :E3ook.s"tore.
Mrs Horsier as grand representativeand Phone 391. Pensacola.ANOTHER the near future, and we are badly in. I :

her husband went as grand vice- need of one. Phon. 235.. 313 S.uth P.".. St..f. 0.-1..
chancellor but returned as grand I It was' rumored 'around town Sat
chancellor > \ urday thatJJim Helems had dlao! Fri. <
Mrs. Horsier had a grand good 11Yii"ii day In Florala; but there seems to be I .
did other ladies : HIGHGRADE PIANO notruth in the '. '
time as the Mrs. F. report. Fine lot of Diamonds at exceedingly,
,M. ma.ms-who was made grand We have secured the agency for W. H. Jones is a candidate for reelection low prices for a few days only. Ask
chief-Mrs. Neville, and Mrs. J. !I. the celebrated Packard Pianowhich as member of the schoolboa"ril D-am onds! to see them.

Clutter SrAmong is one of the best pianos made in for tiLe third. distrIct, and J. I .
the social features. there AmerIca. It has a tone that is full, Burnes Cawthon for county treasurer J. F. DAVIS, 213 S. Palafox St.

iras a recepttion at the Putnam round svmpathetc: clear and resonant J. D. McCrimmon is a candidate for I" ------
House -which was official headquarters The election for tax collector. :
Packard as well as, all
for Knights anol f ladies and a de- other pianos we handle, can b-j put in Among the visitors are 'Mr. and I[ JAS. HANSEN &. GO.
:ghtful water party on the St. John's jour home on our "Pay when you iFord. and Miss Bertha Adams, of
river for the ladies. like" plan. Primsby,. Canada; Mrs. and Miss Sel-- IN NEW QUARTERS
,
OJr and Mrs Horsier spent one 1J CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE don, Escambia, Mich; Mrs. Weaver
charming day and night in Jacksonville Pensacola, Fla. Buffalo N. Y.- Mr. aatf Mrs. Sesaoms
en route home. Bonifayj Mr. E. M. Hemn. Mobile;
/ Mr. B. R. Anderson and Miss Letha POPULAR EAST HILL GROCERY
-+- .
I I Wyatt -Milton.
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NEW CITY LADIES :TO ':Mr. Loney Irwing, who has a position FJRM NOW OCCUPIES STOREON

MEET WITH MRS. BOYER. II LAUlLHhLL at Point Washington, spent two CORNER GADSDEN 'jj'Your
4/417 I II days in town visiting friends.
Mrs. !H. H. Boyer will entertainthe Mr. Louis Taylor spent Saturday AND DAVIS STREETS. ;
Nw City Ladies at Flinch this 4 in Town.

afternoon at her residence on Thirteenth Mr.: Thomber is going to let the .,
street, corner Ninth Avenue Special to The I JOutflal.I ladles! of the Presbyterian 'church

-+- / laurel Kill: ; Mar. 19Mr.- J,. A. take charge of his store next Wean.' Jas.' Hansen & Co, the well knownEast

INTERESTING GENEALOGYOF Gens.; of Wing Ala., was visitinghis day, the profit- to go to that'church. Hill grocery firm corner of
parents here last week., Alcaniz have
RECENT ,BRIDAL COUPLE. I I iradsvl and streets,
Rev. J. W. Wheeler filled his reg-
The Earth anu Man Compared. moved into new quarters one block
The wedding to which Mr/ and Mrs. :0. . \ ular appointment: the First Baptist Choice of Spring Medicines
.. If it were possible for a man to con- east, on the corner of Gadsden ana
Charles Edward! Bat son bade their church here 'Sunday.
friends, at their home on West FiftyMghth Rev. Wm.'', Sapp went to Ponce de struct a globe 800 feet In height-much Davis streets. blood purifiers (resolvents, some call
street recently, that of WIl THE TAILORED WAIST GROWS MORE SEVE !. Leon s Saturday to 'attend a special less'than twice the height of the Washington The store building is their own, them): tonics or general body: build

Ham Eyre Gibson Gaillard to Miss WhIle! the lingerie waist grows pleat, this fastened' !'nv'sibly, gives a meeting of.'the Masonic Lodge there. monument-and to place: upon having, just erected same especiallyfor ers. Some like the old fashioned remedies
Mary Stamps Bateson, awakes notable -more and more eaborate! the taIlored vest eqect to this model and the I I W. F. .Martin went to Andalusia j any portion: ot its surface an atom one their bus:ness, ,and all the coun- -sulphur and molasses, sasa-
historic recollections The brides inch tucks close to the armho'e In', and Troy the first of the week. i I tour thousand three hundred and eight ters, shelving and everything connected fras fa and, so oil and so on. Have
i a e-at-niece of Mrs. Virginia Jeffcrson model grows. plafner'and more severe.ly Gbson fashion give breadth: : to the Mr. Cowart. representing' the Cow- ieth.of an Inch In dIameter and one with it is entirely: new. In fact them Some prefer the modernized

Davis; and her kinsmen on tailored. and consequently smart.shoulders. A matching box pleat runs, art- H8r'dware'Co,, of Jroy, Ala., was one:hundred. And twentieth of an inch their'stock itself and everything in syrup or elixir of sarsaparilla. Have'
that side have signalized th.a Howell er. The pleated model has ever beena from neck to waistl'ne :n the back.I here. Saturday.: |i in height.: It would correctly denote the the store with the exception of thei them. Whatever: your Spring needsIn
name in f ast wars. Both the younger favorite with those who affect the The co'&r: is high, the stitched ban: ,I Laurel, Hill! now, has four passenger, proportions man bears to the gigantic telephone number is new. Th.3 phone dnJ s, med'clnes.: prescriptions or.
brothers of the Confederate'presl tailored waist and this season shows through the centre has eyelets In ihe trains daily. j I, number lit still the.old one-No 50- chemicals we can furnish them to
dent's widow made picturesque and! some few changes in the size of pleats rounded ends throusft whch: to slip I I 'Conductor John Whittington the globe upon which he stands and the friends of ,this well known your utmost satisfaction, even as to

heroic records on the seas. The and tucks. The double centre box the four-In'hand tie. *- Yellow River R. R., having bean promoted -I firm are invited to ring them up
is ,t I to 'uctor with A Klolnff; I. I at their nsw quarters.
room the youngest descendant of< .. I passenger con. I price.Hooton's
two noted Pennsylvania families n n 'I layover at Florala. 'will move his! ,At 'so ::e.amateur ,theatricals in Victoria Jas4 Hansen &. Co. ,have built up Pharmacy,

the Gibsons and the eyres. Few who, of a well-known and popular surgeon I home. The congregation was highfy I family'there next week. two people In the stalls, whenever I an enviable business in the East tof
race the stately and placid wi bw of lof the South' capital .Dr. Charles pleased and if a call could ,have been!1 I -" t nncUman ,J. L Richbourg has the beorine was kisset kissed each other Hill section. Their well selected The Birthplace Prompt Delivery
Dr. Edwin S Gaillard at her pleasant Bell Gibson. His father was Dr. Wil made at,onCe it is probable' he would about completed the work of assss-! loudly and with? lstentaU n. It turn I stock of goods always fresh and PHONE 1100.Nick's ,
quarters In the Windsor suspect that| ham Gibson. who founded the Maryland have been earnestly requested' : to assume sing city taxes. JThe- total valuationwill ed out that the man' in the audience I their phompt delivery and courteousand -- --
her girl life blossomed In civil strife,' Medical College ana! was long: the pastorate. "lie is a' small amount to $75,000. tU. was, the husband' of the heroine, wha: bU5In ss-like methods. ; have all ,
and matured In exceptional trial. dean of the University of Pennsyl man but he preaches a powerful ser F. Richbourgwas a visitor to De disapproved.of her. theatrical tables: combined to secure them a patronage
The mother of William E. G. Gaillard vania. The son married a belle and mon," was the comment of one of his Funiak! the first of last week. | which few business firms outside 1 Buffet and
was Miss Mary Gibson of Richmond.I beauty of Philadelphia, Miss Ellen I II hearers "and that is what we n ed." William Givens has moved to Falso, and. with the help of an amiable friend. of the downtown section njoy, Iat
took this of reproving them.-Sydney their store Hansen & Co. will
She was a war !belle noted for her I Eyre, and settled in Virginia. lie Ala., way ,. new ;
wit and tact and was the daughter went with his neighbors and the I Miss Kate Kruse of Pep ria, IIi,. arrived Jas. L. Clay of Wing, was here first' (Australia!: ) Bulletin. be better equipped than ,ever to serve Restaurant
stern old Unionist cut off his son andnevE'T last night en route home from of the week. their old customers as.ell as the
the new ones thy hope to secure, and all Is the only place of Its
and is of M'sa
-- ----- - -- saw him again. He died just Jacksonville guest
at the war's close. Miss Gibson marI -I I Mabel Roberts. Miss Kruse's friends t STOP WOMAN 1 both new and old are cordially' invited kind in Pensacola' la fact

I red! Dr. Gillard, of Lea's army; movIng will learn with regret that she baa THE ATMOSPHERE. } to call there and see 'them. Itis
Is there anything more deliciousto to New York, when he been summoned home and will leaveon
a whetted appetite than ed the Medical Journal. establIsh'l the noon train to-day msteaa"" of lint Attempt to Weigh It Wai Made AND CONSIDER *'A Star Oat of Jacob."
six children in early life, young remaining for a week or more as she by ArUtotle. THE ALL'IMPORTANT In the lime of the reign of Hadrian: A Pride to

Southern widow caraa! for and educated intended when she left here' for the If we are to believe both legend and FACT about A I). ISO:: 8JpW, appeared among j

Gold them by editing the Medcal: East Coast. history. the first attempt to.weigh air the peopl of Palestine claiming to be : Pensacola.Larger
Journal in her husband's stead. Mrs was that made by Aristotle the greatGreek a messiab-the "star out of Jacob"- .
and presidedover Dr. Mark Codrington of Beuna in his
Gibson also organized which Balaiai predicted proph
of the fifth
the New York Chapter, Daugh Vista Ranch Mexico made a br.ctnrlsit ; philosopher century. ecy. (See Numbers xxiv, 11.) This cltlfs cannot
to Pensacola friends and will return lIe first weighed an empty goatskin boast of a better equipped
Confederacy.Mrs.
of the
ters Jewish messmr's Simeon
Sliced Ham name was
Gaillard was noted at the Con in June. Lag and thea inflated It and again put That in'addressing BarCocbeLa."bkh latter name In the place. The service Is the
federate centres for a wit that had It in the balances and because be Mrs. rink-, best that can be had
some sub-acid in it. De Leon's "Four Why Blue Ribbon Vanilla Is'grow found no difference in weight under ham you are con- Hebrew language means "son of a

or Crisp Years in Rebel Capitals" relates this lug more popular ev ry day. Abso- the' two conditions announced to the fidingyour privateills star." Thin Individual whe so blatant Nick Apostle Propt'rShoe
o' her: "A very dapper and hyper. lute'y! pure. goes' twice as far and world that air was a substance wholly jo a womana Iy proclaimed himself- to be of divine ,
military young officer arrived in 'gives desserts the "Blue Ribbon. iBIa- without weisbt. woman whose eiperi origin took Jerusalem by storm (A. D.I I .
.mid-war from foreign vor" ence with women's diseases 132)) and actually commenced the rebuilding -
Richmond In. With modern laboratory apparatus .
.. .
..,
Breakfast He brought among the covers a great of the temple. lie took the
servi e. most high school scholar can dem- a'se -- ::=.r.:
blockaded much splendor of fresh unl Clerks, Attention. any # many years. government in band and issued ,coins -
onstrate the fact: that a flask of ten Mrs. Pinkham is the
I form. and at 'a small and early wore There will be a meeting of Local' ; and performed many other public offices.
Bacon? sword, 'boots and blind spurs. Miss No. 259 Wednesday evening at 6:15 cubic Inches capacity weighs fully daughter in*law ,of One of these corns, now in the
Gibson, waltzing with someone elss,I I o'clock. Important business to b3 three grains more when filled with air and Lydia for E. rinkham, British museum, has an enlarged star Comfort
her, mosquito-netting traina transacted. than it does after being placed: under many yearsunderherdirectlcun
entangled
side and the other a
npon one upon
,
and recent acquisition ,B. F, KING.Financal the exhaust of an air: pump. The numerous '
pride and since her decease.6he Hebrew legend mlaUIDJ'TIle Deliverer ,
-
We think will that !
you agree of that have been
!
great presence
the spurs. With rearYfLADIES' experiments has been p of Jerusalem." The/lews, it is said
there is not and you will also I mind, she stopped and tapped the MISSES', CHILDREN'SAND made on the weight of air warrant the advising sick women v (f lost 000,000 men defending this mes- For Men Ilil
with
agree fresh arrival on the shoulder. .1 scientists in announcing that the free ofepllrge. .
might I trouble you BABIES LATEST STYLES j 111 slab at the time when the Roman gov.
sweet: 'Captain. weight of the whole terrestrial atmosphere Many women
momenU'Town AND PATTERNS. ernment attempted to put down the I
thatMorrell's oSsmount one is about equal to that of a solid suffer "silence and drift alonjr from .
Topics. PENSACOLA SHOE PARLORS, ball sixty-two miles in diameter. bad to worse, knowing full well that popular delusion In 'Roman history After being on your I
-+- Corner Intendencia and Baylen. copper have immediate assistance i Bar-Cocheba is known as "Cozlba of
they ought \o I feet all what
The philosophers have also shown that day part ;
baby daughter of t Mr. and but a natural modesty impels Barchocheba." The enemies of the
Gladys ,
Celebrated Mrs. Timothy, Burns has been seriously -- --- the weight of the atmosphere must be them td shrink from exposing them- : "son of a star" changed his name to I of your body is it that ;

ill but it is hoped will now begin limited to where gravity overcomes the selves to the questions and probable "Bar-Cozeba: which In the Hebrew needs the most rest? :
centrifugal force. If It were of equal examinations of even their family I
to improve. means "son of a lie.
Iowa's Prize .' density throughout Its height above the physician. It is unnecessary, \Yithout Your feet, of course.
earth it could not extend a greater altitude -or price you can consult a woman -
Mrs. Marlon Bowes arrived Satur. ', money A Speed Recovery. One-half of the 'I :
day evening from New Orleans where [Before than :;,818 feet which would whose'is knowledge from actual experience On one of the visits of the American I fatigue in standing or .

Hams andBreakfast she enjoyed the carnival and has hada II leave about 1,200 feet of Mount Ever- great. i fleet to English ,water Admiral.Erben !
lovely visit of three weeks with est sticking out above the atmosphere. Mrs.p nkbam's,Standing Invitation. : was la command. with Captain AlfredT. walking, however :

relatives. I and If Is a well known fact however, that Women suffering from any form of Mahan, the writer An Dnal.ifalr8, I comes from wrongly

air, loses its weight and density as we femaleweaknessare Invited to promptly as his flag captain." One morning Captain constructed Shoes.
who has communicate with Mrs. Pmkham, at
Mrs N. McK. Oerting. ascend from the sea level and calculations admiral
Mahan came,.to. hIs with
has recovered sur- Lynn, Mass. All letters are received, Our line of Stetson
been quite ill, which have been made on that invitation to dine with duke which
BaconFor and answered an .
read by women
cl!ntly to assume her numerous i After basis go to show that there may be a only opened A woman can freely talk of her he had received. Oxford Ties are made

philanthropic, duties\. stratum of,very thin air at a height of private illness to a woman; thus has "I can't accept.laid Captain Ma- for 'the comfort requirements -

hlch we are role agents 21,000 miles. been established the eternal confidence ban, "as they forgot to invite you." '

*r*" the finest meats of the kindto Mrs. B.sisters F. Bryars Miss Franklin spent Sunday Mrs. I a tour ofmornings .sh01r.1indnJ e. between Mrs;Pinkham and the women "I should say you Qin't." growledthe of tired I' ,

be tad. Wiggins with her and Mrs. Moore in Century. and afternoons: The r_ of Quinine. of America Out which of the has vast never volume been of admiral. "I'll answer,for,. "u." I feet, and have all the .:
broken.
or a car rde: after tea, People who suffer with the liver and the admiral wrote I
Mrs Wiggins leaves to-day to spends '- experience which she has to draw from, Whereupon : style and grace that
veral months in Repton with relatives are the times to .think of 'who get run down in nerve strength it is more than possible that she has "Admiral Crben. United States navy I be shoe.
can in a
---< put
of Mr. WlgginfMrs. the sometimes. complain that quinine does gaifted the very knowledge that will regrets that Captain Mahan his flag
: them .no good:: says a physician. The help' your case.- She asks nothing in captain. cannot accept the invitation of Come take a look at

H. J. Bennett of Xlnth Avenue OUR DELICIOUS reason is this: When quinine passes return 'except your pood-will and her the Duke of Blank. ,Captain Mahan is I our new spring and '
Sol Cahn & CO. returned Sunday morning from De CREAMS AMDSPARKLING 11 into the Intestine it Is acted: on by the advice has relieved thousands. Surely on the sick list","
Funiak where she spent the past SOD: A3 bile.'and forms with it a salt that Is any woman,rich or poor is very foolish An hour or so later a'thiuenger frorn' summer styles.
week most enjoyably with friends. I soluble! only In a great excess of bile, if she does not take advantage of this the duke returned,with Invitations for I

The Pure Food Store, 1 ao ,It passes out of the system without generous' offer ill of don't assistance.hesitate to get a the admiral and the' captain,, whereupon BOSTONSHOESTORE I.
-
Mrs. Creighton ,Hoyt: who spent entering the tiool at alL To prevent bottle: If you of are Lydia E. Pjnkham'sVegetable the admiral wrote.(r.alnt-

Southwest Cornir Ptltfox and IntendtncU several days with Pensacola and relativeshas Hunts 'thl I. bilious persons ought to clear out Compound at once,and write Mrs.Pink. "Admiral Erben accepts "with pleasure I

gone to Montgomery Kandy Kitchen Cafe _the bile by a gooJ liver pill or a salinepurgative ham Lynn Ma s", for speciul advice the Invitation for Captain Mahan I
178 vllle on her way home. j : before the quinine Is taken. When a medicine has been successfulin and himself. He 'wUhes. also to ad- Fashionable :

.. { 480it. Rev. Mr. Wray.of Dayton. KyJ 104 PabfoL, Phoqe 9 9 Uven when the liver Is not affected it restoring$ wellsiy'without to health M many trying women it. vise the Duke of Blank, that be has ]I !i I Foot Fitters I j
take such medicines cannot ___
test to "
always you .
Mahan
First Baptist taken Captain off the sick I1st.t".d "
in tha ,
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..... ------ __1 I' church who preached Sundaj: left Monday for bef ore'using-q iDbe.; "I-do--- pot. believe. it will help me. 1--! ::TL1

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ALL THINGS COME TO room dwelling corner Jackson REAL L 'ESTATE, LOANS AND HOOTON &, WATSON.

and Guillemard with fcatb. _electric ,,- *
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lights and everything _..modern; one I .. INSURANCE., .Successors: to Tfcoj. C.: Watson 8 C&

:ti1 block from car line-and ,Let! square., Merchants and'thers
: considering' change ot .. $1500.00 : Rental. and Insurance
FOR $35OO.-$42OPER'. YEAR L dIRgleaI-Esfafo, Agency
see,
location should Nice East JacksonSt
.; i littJehorn on
(t4; HIM WHO WAITS. you can get 5 new:houses- bringln'gln what we:have to offer. j overlooking the bay. r .

I$420 per year. These ate:a ,''b rgaln.I on the new contract'street.( ,'We to :. :- $2550.00 .->' *\ '. *

klO\ I { can fnrnlsh now a.'stored: office .-': : 5 ,'beautiful- ,," building"' lots on East List"-of f ;Desirable. 'Pr p.rty'for'Sale.

'LESLIE E BROOKS or building to suit Jackson. ,: corn er 9flT avenue. :
But while you're waiting better take off jour coat requirements / .
your special $2750.00oeand'
isNOW "
and hustle. The time to'make money *
1 t+ REAL ESTATE BOUGHT 'AND SOLD lease only or...Bal for : '3 'lots, corner Reus and Two story brick building centrally located. Just off of Palafoi
or the land
{'t immed:" improvement Cervantes, fits' ._.. street.. ... .. .. '.. .. .. ..:... -.... .... .. .. .. .. .$10,50000 '
ate -- -
RENTS COLLECTED. MONEY( subjectto $3150.00 One of the most desirable building lots on North Hill ,on a corner

ii "l- our on approval lines Also 12 room 2 story modern home North. fronting. south near 'car, line 100 by 150 feet. .. .. .. .$3,700.00Two

: LOANED. have an, ideal site for GuUlemardfc, 'near: Jackson St. story new dwelling on corner lot 60 by. 125 feet on, North

large hoteL $4000 Hill.. ., .. ,.... .. .. ........ .... .. ... .. ". .$3,15000
and the best way Is to buy Pensarola real estate. 204Vz S. Palafox SL Fisher ,Building.- House and lot South Spring near A desirable and very comfortable one' story six room dwelling with

l Its increasing in value every day. It's our business. Phone 42.. Rom na. all modern conveniences on the car line. West Gregory Street, lot
,
... :-f i to fcuj for and sell for others. Better see us todajr. Will Be As ,- ,$50 O.CO 80 by 144.. ." .. .. .. ....... .... .... .. .. .. ..3000.00

'Elegant little home on North Il'n. North half of block 67. New City Tract; 10 lots by,137.ft 6 inches eacha
.- beautiful location: overlooking the bay; only one block from car

CITY PROPERTYFOR Good 'Palafox.McDavidHyer beaut- ). $6300.00. line.. ..... .. .. '.. ... ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .:' . .$1,75000.
[ I as x Two story-five rooifi'store and welling, and,one story four room

Pensacola Investment SALE lot on West Government opposite dwelling corner lot, 60x170 near water front. .. .. .. .$,4000.00
Company opera house.. We have a few well located blocks in the New City Tract that we can
t List )'o'J' property with us, if you sell at from $325.00 to.$500.00 per block any one of which Is a bar.

::4!; 4. H. D'ALEMBERTE, City Manager. $650. ; '; Company want- to find a bujer. gain. '

';J' (For five room cottage near R. R. Those having property, desiring to sell same. would' find it to the'r
.r W. KNOWUS, President. .. B. smrrso Secretary. shops. Good investment. rents $S6 advantage to 'place same in our hands, as we have disposed of about
11:'i J.L STILLMAN, V.-Prej. and Gen. Manager. KNOWLES HYER, Treasurer. per year. Agents New York L. S. BROWN & CO. 300000.00 worth in the last 60 days. If you have funds to loan

-gj Rod f.iai Loans, Canaraf '...,e.'......'*. $1850 Life Insurance Company.' Thies Building. consult us. If you desire :in agent to collect your rents; or want
;, ,8 E. Government Street "WE SELL LOTS." fire Insurance; or If you want: to buy a piece of property and Joa't
.417
Buys beautiful home of six rooms,
jr I.;.. 215 South Paiafox Street, Pensacola Florida. E. Cervantes. Phone 7CO. Pensacola, Fla. r"," -- know who owns same. consult us.

-:1'.. Bargains in Farming Lands.
- 200 acres,on,P. & A.. R.",R.. :14 mil's Miscellaneous
----- Sale.'
---'- For
i from Pensacola; $ room house. 100

w WHEN YOU WANT NICE, JUICY WANTED pecan trees: 600 acres cultivated; FOR-s.U-; d HACK No 12-:-Always ready w.mi good HOOTON & WATSON ,

,i'; WESTERN OR NATIVE BEEF cheap at.'. .. '.. '.* ... ....$%OOO TYPEWRITER excellent- reliable driver. C. H. Taylor, pro-
second band Rem-Sho,
and Fancy Groceries at living prices W.A."IlTED-Wh1te China silk shirtwaist 400 acres on L. & N. 10'miles north condition $35. 20marlO. pr'etor.! Phone 1236. Hackman's Exchange 34 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
give Moyer. on the Square a call or and brilantine suits to clean. 350 acres good. timber; fine land.; A Phone 185. 20feblm PHONE 54., .

fi phone No. 718. 115 W. Intendencia St. Igmarlt bargain. FOR SALE-Freight and passenger t
Still :0 pounds Standard Granulated 45 acres 4 miles from city, two
COT FLOWERS-Ordars promptly
'ti
boat two 25 h. (Murry & Ire-
1 ilkg r, Bugar 100. Country Pork Chickens WANTED partner in paying busi houses barn. 5 head cattle find 30 gurtha; gas : p. : length 66 ft.I filled for ros33.. carnations. flowers ,

.. and Eggs a specialty. ness. Will bear Investigating.Small head hogs, all for .. :. .. .,.$2000C.R.YAEGER beam 18; draught engnes 3 ft; launched Nov and' designs of all kinds. Miss Bertie
.
( :GOPHERS: GOPHERS, AT MOYERS. capital required. Apply P. O. ember 1905. Powerful tow boat. Ton-, Smith 616 N., Barcelona. Phone 651.. FOR SALE !

.( PHONE 718Hi. Box 753. 17marl6t nage 42. Delivered anywhere in, .
.
L. Diamond Tail .
} TAILORING-B. r.Gents' .
Ilf"Itf state. Price 5750.. Write J, M. _
POSITION clothing cleaned pressed and .
WANTED ON THE ROAD *
HELP VSANTED -By experienced wholesale No. 202 Thiesen Building.Phone_ 686F'orSae' Rowley, .Miami Fla. 20marl2t, repaired on short notice. No.t 11%
salesman. grocery West Government St. Pensacola Fla.. 240 ft., on Wright St. by 1S2 ft. deep. 506 East Jackson. 2 story S room
Satisfactory local and out .
of / I FRESH GARDEN SEEDS-All kindsof Idee. a fine warehouse sltt cheap at $5000 and _hall house bath. gas. delightful
town references
1ven. Address
t_ [.A..vrED-Salesmen of ability and strictly fresh farm and garden neighborhood, lot 93x150. $3500.
I tf, neat appearance to call on merchants s. O. I*. care Journal. 17marlw seeds at reasonable prices. Also J.- H. PORTER sallmaker. 716 South 80 ft. on East Romana St.. 240 ft. 7 room and hall house on North

:P' in their territory; elegant side I have secured the services of E. E.- fruit and nut trees. Banks Bros", Palafox street. Orders taken for East of Palafox St., a good hotel o; Ha>ne,, with all modern conveniences

:iQ line convenient to carry; good commissions Liger, and will toe pleased to have FOR S'A.LE-7.0oo.00 feet cypress Chipley Fla. 25feblm tents awnings camp stools and house business site. for immediate sale; $2500. .
ronittance. Belmont feet cots. etc Prices reasonable. Sljan. large ,dwelling hou e on same, $12,500.
oak. 7.000.000
fet white
: ; prompt all his friends to call and see him. 6,000,000 FOR SALE-\lcMlllan' &; Turton have 5 room cottage and reception hall,
.-rt Mfg. Co., Cincinnati. O. It*. He Is an expert barber. J. S.J.Durham pine and gum. Apply McKln e Oert- Just received a carload of fine Ten SHIP CHANDLERS-McKinzle Oert- '201 ft. on the south side of Garden back and front gallery, closets, house

ci4 211 E., Wright ISmarlw* ing Co. S. Palafox St:, 17mar4tS nessee horses and mnles which may ing &; Co. wholesale and retail ship St. by 160 ft deep on Tarragona and new and in good condition, large lot,

:r .WANTED nurse. Apply 619 N. be seen at Pou's stable on Intendencia chandlers and grocers, only first-class Manressa streets, the best warehouseor can be bought on easy terms. J1200
) Palafox St., corner Gadsden WANTED-Position wanted by fist- C. BROWN LEGHORNS Kulp- street. 9. llroar: house of kind in city. Fair prices to all wholesale business site in the 715 North BaylenSt. 7 room 2 tory

? WANTED colored man cr woman class circular saw filer and hammer. Hughes Strains; egg record. 240 per city. 20000. .. res'dence: lot 70x125.: every modernconvenience
to live premises. Apply to Miss Reference furnished if necessary. Ad pullet' The farmer's and ,fancier's! FOR SALE-40 acre farm 10 acresIn Fine stationery wedding Invitations I $5000.
rB Smith 319 on E. Gregory. 17mar dress Filer care Journal. chicken. Eggs for' hatching. 'An all pecans; 2miles south Chipley on B. visiting cards, tally cards etc. Celia 40 ft. on Spring St, between Garden Corner 8th avenue and 12th stree:,
;k 15mar5t fertile guarantee. Prices: Pen No., C. & St.. A. R. R; also 120 acres 20 M. Robinson representing The Chas. and Romana streets. $4000. 5 room and hall cottage gas. city wa.

1IL: :WANTED-Men to learn barber trade. ARCHITECTURE Plans. 1. $2,- pens Nos. 2 and 5.' $1.50:for 13. acres, Improved. 2% miles. from town. H.: Elliott Company- of Philadelphia.' 40 ft. on East Romana St., east. of ter large lot can be bought on easy
Specificationsand Address J. B.. Hogeboom Aycock, Fla.
'
-t-: Splendid time to begin. Busy sea details furnished< for modern cot. Sunnyside Poultry Farm. Smarlm Smarlm. and adjoining.Bass'. & Co, $4000. terms at 11700
Fla. References- DeFun'ak.l
Springs,
son soon. Few weeks completes; top tages $5.00. Blue Printsof fine dwell"ing 1!
.r 1 wages paid !graduates. Positions drawn to suit the most fastid'ous.! the city. I live In Pensacola corner llth 110 LOTS ON NORTH BAYLEN STR EET, A SPLENDID INVESTMENT:
FOR SALE-A block North Hill-
on
'4 : waiting; best trade In the, world for Chas. W. Howe, Bagdad. Fla. FOR SALE-Grocery.. store and .resi- elegant building site and a good in. street and 15ih avenue In New City; I THIS PROPERTY' SHOULD BRI NG NOW $2500 FOR IMMEDIATE I
.... man. Little, capital starts business : stock and'wlU take care of your Piano'bythe
It. ?4* poor. Investigate.' Moler Ba'bor, 14marl2t fixtures dence combined etc; nice hom including, good- water,, vestment{ for, sale cheap if taken at year at a low figure. Refelt I SALE.,... .... .... :I:.. .... ... ... ..., .. .. .. .. .. ... .$2000.00
Address I. W W. 119 W. Gads-
once. .
College. New Orleans La. 17marlw* A BARGAIN-Party owning 6,000 whole block under fence. Cash ; tune clean out, etc. Phone 802, 2
j acres gooa' mill timber mills l located one only. Corner Maxwell and Sth ave den St" "18mar3t rings.: : J. Conrad Scott Smarlm 144 ft. on East* Garden by 192 f!.. 6 room and between hall cottage Davis on and East 6'h

WANTED-Ten men to work on turf on same will sell, outright or an Mrs. Z. P. Ryan P. O. Box 614. FOR SALE CHEAP-'Three screen deep at 14400. Gadsden St.
home
nice and 'good neighborhood
\\k: pentine farm. Men with families interest to practical man with some I 13marlm* doors each '24: by 83 indies. One 5 lots on the southeast corner avenue a
preferred Call on.A. Green. care of money. Address. "Owner" Pensacola ----------__?. ---. single door 37 by 84 inches. Can be Eggs for HatchingFrom Spring and Baylen Sts, a splend: cheap at $1800. Cervantes
location 25 5 and hall cottage on -
Solomon Furniture Co. 16marlw*'&Journal. llmarlOt. FOR SAIL-Turpentine adjusted to doorways two by four site. $2500. room
lijjll' crops boxes timber to ,cut 15 crops, inches less each way. 1311 N.DavIs.18mar2t. my'' prize pens of S. C. Rhode building between 8th and 9th avenues lot
ti: WE LEARN' you to make mirrors at 1 WANTED-Everyone to know that will sell entire business or an interestto Isalnd Reds and S. C. Brown Leg 2 lots on Cert antes, between Sprin's 40x137% feet deep $1500.

home. Full guaranteed formula $5: The Great New Fox Visible Type-. good man with some money. .Address horns finest ,pens in the south $1 to! and Baylen Sts. 60 ft by 125 ft. deep Two cottages on East Romana S'No ..

P F. ),1. Co.. Box 472, Pensacola Fla.ISniarlm ..1 j' writer has been received by F. R "Florida," care:Journal., f FOR SALE: OR RENT-60 acre farm; $1.50 per setting of 13;, or $6 per 100; a nice building site. $1300. 522 and 52 ; renting for $6 per
Bruce and is now'on display at No. 28 11mar10tFOR 5 miles from city on Brent road; 7 also agent for the famous Bant Incubators month good Investment $600.
East Government. All interested are room house all fenced in; 5 fields; 2 and Brooders. Drop me a 3 lots on Strong St, between 10th 6 room and hall cottage at Fisher
.
r W4i'EDGood'cleaner and presser cordially invited to call and inspect7mar. SALEwostorY' housecontalnj story barn good water mail box on card and I will call E. L. McFadden and llth avenues\. this Is very cheapat \ille lot 60x125, fronting on the bay,

1 t,h{ at once. No. 9 E. Intendencia. ing eleven rooms, corner lot, SK5x the land. Address "Farm," care Journal ProP.. Myrtle Grove, Poultry Farm R. $650. $1800* -

.rn 13mar. th'e 120. For. information apply 501V.. ,, iSmariw'oNTHE F. D.. No. 1, Pensacola, Fla. 4 lOts on the southwest side of Reus 5 room and hall cottage at little

.."..'..' WANTED-Contributions for Orphans' Chase. llmar HTGH' LAND-East Hill elec. 7nar1rn'} I' St., between DeSbto and Strong for 'a' Bayou lot 100x140. on the water a delightful -
: Home. Money, clothes eat
:J ;W.\-lTED-Ten experienced saw mill few days $1750. a home $1500.
ables etc., received. Notify Mrs. Wai"Fisher FOR SALE1-Four room house with trie car line", s x lots 100 ft. front
\'t'I hands. Apply room 415 fourth president or Mrs. N. McK. bath. at Goulding, with two lots. by 137% deep corners $700. inside MATTRESSES RENOVATED. New

s t' floor Thiesen- buildingWANTED Oertin'g Itecretal}'. 4mar Apply to L. M. Davis. P. Q. Bpx 633: lots $600. There are no better situations tick furnUae/1 if desired. All done MONEY at. the lowest rate of interest on Vacant or improved city property
in .order short notice. Leave
on
City. ,than these lots. A. V. Clubbs.: good THE COLLECTION' OF RENTS A SPECIALTY.
i : -First class laxity; stenogra WANTED-The public to know that 10Darlm'I I orders at Green' & Watson. Phone
; '; pher. Address in own handwriting FOR SLVLE- show'' cases o'l' tank, 193. 7mar ,
all has
kinds Bingbam
WI can do of repairingfloat FOR SALE-A. R. a
'WIth Office Care counter If rent returns are not satlsf actory give us a trial.
''Jlsjffi{ references Work building horse.sboelng., etc. J. good team of mules for aale. See, platform scales scale. 3A! your
,
Journal 4mch. gallon milk churn 2 w heel,push cart, MRS. H. S. CHUNN will receive
y .- _ G. Welsh Carriage Co. 27febKODAKEKS them on hfe new float, feb2:, pu-
S"f heating stove. Hugh Moloney, 924 N. pUs in shorthand at her residence.

'!: FOR RENT get KaufTman's prices FOR SALE-Beautiful block In New Davis St ISmarlw*. 321 'N. Barcelona St. Terms. $5.00 a The Fisher Real Estate Agency
>. '. for developing and finishing. Best City. Tract No. 312. For cash $609.(). month in advance.. 4mchlmo. ,
FOR SALE OR RENT-New six
and cheapest In city. Mail orders room
receive -Apply to A. M. McMillas..Court Houaa.
'J FOR RENT-Furnished or unfurnished prompt attention., Romana and lang house on East Hill in excellent location TO U. S. LIFE 'SAViNG STATION 206 South Palafox Phone 87.
r$ 6 room cottage at Big Bayou near Palafox Sts. 20feb. on two large lots; block and a AND RETURN-The launch Le-
i -H line facing water. Apply P. O SALE-Nice. clean old newspa half from line cement basement
car FOR car ; Clalr. leaves Palafox .street wharf 9 a. -- -
-q Box 364 City. 13marlm COURT HOUSE DYEING.: Pressing pers at ave cents a bundle. This of beneath, large airy rooms -.bow r m. daily. Fare rouno. trip 25 cents.

and Cleaning Club 118 N. PalafoxSt. fice. b ath and sewer connections. For Spec'al rates to partiss.{ Pavilion HOTELS.THE .

: :A. R. BINGHAM has storage room forrent.suitable' .. Mrs. T. J. Davis Prop. Your pat particulars address House care Jour- phone. .6:;". C. H. Burton, Manager. Timber Lands I
BROWN HOUSE-Airy
rooms
,\." ,. for furniture or other ronage solicited; satisfaction guaran AUTOMOBILES. agent for the nal. ITniar; mca4-lm
\:''JJ. goods. 104 and 106 South Tarragona teed. Careful attention ,given ladies' Pope Mfg. Co. and can sell you autos good beds. Free baths and sample _

t\1o;: fit Phone 630 SOnov garments. Phone 1222. gfeb from $500.00 up: They,cost less,than ''FOR SALE A .second' hand wagon MATTRESSES.-Wholesale an.! retail room. $2 per day. Special attentionto
\ horses to keep up. ;They can be run traveling men. ,J. R. Brown, Prop.. also farmi
and- : and two good size mules. Will sell manufacturers and dealers in 200000.00 deals and up;
WANTED.-Hauling transfer In sand or anywhere Ii horse can go, at to Ben cottonmoss E. & C. mattresses DeFuniak Springs Fla. ISmarlm
I LOST a bargain. Apply Johnson and : and city property for investment!. of
Sis -- work. Office phone 363; residence Leslie E. Brooks. : cor. 6th ave. and Lloyd St. 15marlw. and b-trvsprings. Second hand furniture ,'It'
Acosta & 22-28 saw mill and turpentine locations
CHIPLEY
1; phone 390. ; White N. bought and sold. Upholstering CENTRAL HOTEL -Op
1'. UOST-<5old hat wn. with wreath design Tarragona St., 25mar. FOR SALE-One 25-H. P. boiler and FRESH YARD EGGS Received dillY :and repairing done. Old mattresses depot Large and well lighted gIn! pine timber cjpress hard/jl

: with a small bird inside. Reward en'gine;' portable boiler on wheels; and every egg guaranteed; 25 cents renovated; new ticks furnished if desired rooms.. Free sample room. Meals at stock farms. etc. Saw mill and
.j't.j't:1 I; for' return to 426 E. Gregory! WANTED.-Tba Merchants TransferCo. enffne or boiler in' running, order.' dozen C. M. Wilson corner Davis I ,;' 114 E. Belmont St.. city. all hours. Special attention to traveling pentine land a specialtj Call on ui
:Omarl w.i wants your moving and fcauling. Also 2 log carts eomp'ete! ready' for and Lloyd streets., ,Phone 620. 'Phone 771. Davis Mfg Co., C. T. Davis men. $J.00 per day. J. 3!. Tug-':
guaranteed. T. B. Tnor- or address Box 115 DeFuniak Springs
All breakage service. For terms.apply to Jas. Mc 4mar3w* Mgr.C. gle. Prop. lZmanlmCIIIPL.EY ;
: { LOST-Black and white spotted set sen. Prop. Phone .978ISJunelm.. Voy & Co,, Cantonem nt,1; Fla, ..' Fla.ITURNER&AYMARD.

ter.AnsW'crs\ to name of "Spot"Finder WANTED-To buy old gold and silver 23feblm. <:1 ,! FOR SALE-Registered Berkshire and ROPKE has Just'opened a butcher HOTEL-Carl Setterlmd

'i please return to owner and receive broken up stuff regardless of '[ Yorkshire Pigs; pedigrees furnished: shop 'and grocery store corner Davis Prop. Special attention to (
: reward. P. Coffey Warrington. sizes. Cash paid. Ligntman & Klein FOR SALE-My property, erG E. Bra-f also fullblooj game ch'ckens,! and eggs and Brainard Sts. Your paron- cial travelers. Free sample "ommer-I
Fla. Navy YaI'd.! ISmarStBe ,106 E. Wright. Phone 1127. inard St., consisting of four lots 40 i all at reasonable prices. Dr. J. 3. I age .so'.Ic:ted. Satisfaction guaran- rooms. Large rooms with

":W''St x150 feet; a two y4dwelling con.I McGeachey Chipley Fla. Smarlm I teedPhone .915. lmarm $2 per day*. ISmarlia Real Estate and
taming 6 rooms hall ways. bath room
1 WANTED.-A. R. Bingham wants I
a rd and Rooms. i your moving and hauling. He guai* closets and pantry. On',car Une; will I FOR SALE-80 acres good land three :, WATTS'. AND COLES -Contractor BAY HTEL.-Open night and day. Abstract Company,

m I antees all breakage; Phone 630. sell entire property foty J3000,00.;, E. miles south of Chipley. Twenty and builders. Estimates on all kind European plan. ,Rooms light and
''r JVANTED few hoarders at 21! W. I L. Reese. v ,.r', ,22feb acres in cultivation; and pure sprjng of building' and repair work. Satis clean. Transient trade solicited. Sawmill and Turpentine Land a SpeD
Gregory. New ho'Us' good neigh. II will tune and repair,your piano and : water. Will sell for cash' or on t Ime. faction guranteed. Phone 1208. offlc0. 575-579 S. Palafox. Js& S. :Nlcolau.] .
j borhood and on car lin ?. ISmarlm* i organ as cheap as any one; guarantee JUST RECEIVED-Larg i&ipmeat of Apply A. Hogeboom. Chipley Fla. 208 N. Reus.: 28feblm* Prop. cialty.P.

,. ij. I It I best and neatest work. Prompt gallon imported or larger Olive quantity.OIL .Retail Morasso by pint 28feb. CARRIAGES repaired and repainted. 0, Box I 115, DlFalak! Spring J, AJ11i;
DNB large double furnished attention and satisfaction. Phone 802
room. & Co. ship chandlers an I FOR 5ALE.-onJy i young Boar pit -
Hot and cold water bath with use 2 rings. J. Conrad Scott. Smarlm I Found
\-t v specialty. J. G. Welsh Carriage
Palafox.
South 4oct sired by Duke of Florida 68923
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; of Phone telephone 865.', 415 West Gregory 17marlw St.* I WANTED-We want your orders for FOR SALE Large horses and mules! of Orphan,Lee. of Baltimore: 58544. I Co 27feb '-1 I D. HALE WILSON fi CO.
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FOUND-Some packages! guage
1907 Art Calendars. Over 300 original : All guaranteed with registrations and -
for turpentine operators and lg men. :. glass tubing. Owner;may get same
designs select from. Carl
to All Setterlind.
pedegrees. Chipley
f1 FOR RENT-Newly furnished rooms guarantee satisfaction. .Address to Loan. ESTATE
We Money and REAL
by Identifying property paying ,
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prices. >es Printing Co., Pensacola. :1. Fla. %Sno .
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reasonidble. Apply 20 W. R & Co. G, :O. Cobb
t I: very 16febWANTED. Waterman man for this ad. Apply ,to Pensacola
J ':: tnana St. 17marlw ager., Chipley.: Fla. 23feblm., EGGS ror hatching from carefully MONEY' TO 'LOAN-Everybody borrows Cement Stone Co..' corner Wright Stand RENTS AND LOANSWe
t I .-The public to know that manted hens. Strictly thoroughbred: money from Jno. A. Hall "& 9th ave. ISmar.' bargains -
; FOR RE. Furnished or unfurnished FOR SALE.Improved.anduntmprov. fowls and I guarantee a good have the following EPcial'
old be bought at Government
1 newspapers can Co. 16 E. street Whenin
all 'of : fora
In parts the city. estate
rooms on the hill; location high ed property for reasonable h&teh.1 in very desirable real
!! this omce for five cents bundle. They Stock sale at need call on us. 9feblm
Wilson & Co. Real Estate ,
;.4.: and healthy. Close to car line. Apply are all elean and niee.WANTEDEtetrio J. A. Agents Barred Plymouth Rocks, few days only.
fUUIiUIINI"ts'.ISUU"I4..III1IUSIU
K ) at 314 E. Strong. 'Phone 1213. Room 7, Salisbury building. Phone mouth Rocks and S. C. Brown Leg I ;MONEY:: LOANED on all kinds of personal ONLY ....... IN SPECIAL BARGAINS. 80x131

16marlt.L. work ot alt kind. 172. ., I J3Jan horns; $1.00 per setting of 15 eggs'or pioperty on short notice. J FLOATING |I. .ITH **Vi TIPS : 2 lots In block 170. New City
> ,. $400.
.. __-- Let us dean your fans, reair your FOR SALE-One fine. extension table $&.00 a hundred for Incubator eggs. II Terms easy. J. B. Gray & .Co. 2 W. .. feet, on car line .. .. .. Gada.pa
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PERCOLATOR. _....._ .
;w FOR RENT-3 furnished rooms for dynamo, Uo your wlrlnj. etc. Paona and six fine dlnt'ng chairs cheap have 500 half gallon cans fancy Florida '' Romana., Phone 1165. iteb6Y.TO.I4OAN.On I........ ..,.... a.,........ IC den 3 lots corner. .. ..16th.. .ave. .. $1,000.00
J rent. Apply corner Chase and 670. Pensacola, Electric Co.. 205 Will deliver at SOc 8 Co street
S. Address P. O. Box 395. 25feb Syrup. per gal ....." 1IilJ4.tw aU. a In >ei*
1;I if Erring Sts. llmarlw Baylcn. Ion. Address Plymouth Rock Poultry real estate or ..rw--. TEA 5 lots fronting Toledo square ,
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sufficient -; .. .. ..
security by City
other al'pl-
[i; FOR 'SALK-I0 room noust.1( comer Farm, J. J. Pope, Prop., Bristol, PMt "aw ,._....,. ani.
t f .. j 4 i FURNISHER OR UNFURNISHED I SECOND HAND CLOTHING WANTED .;' lot S blocks from PaWo. *..Jot 96x Fla. 24f.blm* lug to Thos. Pebley ,cor.. Palafox and UI""," ............n... One 6-room house with bath room.
: rooms for rent with the privilege of -Hlshest price paid for gents 192 on <*r l line For. particulars', Romua. UP stairs. _ITnov-ac. sewer connection. gas In every a:

S; light housekeeping at 254 E. Gregory.I clothing only. ,Sell second hand woods quire of Standard Clothing: Co' 29jaa FOR SALE-My home corner 10 aye: MONEY TO LEND-On good real e.- nice neighborhood If taken$1.450.00
and Cervantes St. This Is a bargain ance .. .. .. .. .. .. ...
Phone, 557. 9mar2w Dress suits for rent. No..Intendencia security, or on good collateral Kin
I WANTED-To loan money ,on .your if sold soon. A. C. Binkley. Ute STEAMBOAT SCHEDULE 6 houses in block 17 West
,,1 NICELY FURNISHED front room WANTED.-All kIna_ ot electrical watches. Jewelry and:personal ef. 16 mar. at lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks Truct renting $30.00 per month. WW!!

i :with or without board, 401 W. Chase., work., I sell all kinds of electrical fects. Highest cash price tot old gold Fishtr gliding.- ----,, 21Jan STEAMER CAPT FRITZ,. J. M. lend 2,00000 of necessary. .. $260.0:
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6mar2w batteries electrical and silver. Ugbtman.&.Klein 106 E. TYPEWRITERS-AU makes new and -- -- Rogers, 'master. Passengers anu All of these propositions are bar'gains
:t and .other supplies: ., MONEY!: ; LOANED on all kind of personal !
between "
345 Phone 1127. ." second hand, for ,sale and rtnt Freight service Pensacolaand will be held open for a iecaysonl
i When you need me ring or 955. wright property on short notice. aa J
fel; NICE FURNISHED ROOMS for rent. E. W. Peake.new Star Laundry building Phone 380. F. B. Bruce, 28 E. Government Terms c TJ. W. Bullrd. npstalw2S Freeport Fla. At Baylen street )
furnished clean and nice FOR 9.\LE-A,desirable I0t'3YLnLin.I mar wharf Wednesdays. Tourists and 1 location! 01
l Newly E. Garden. ISdec.WANTED. ',I' South 'Palafox St., Phone 1144. Excellent: warehouse
t near postoffice.<< Apply at 128% E. mediately South 'of the Masonic %< Knfinor others desiring to see places of intereston railroad track very cheap.
1;l Government street, Mrs. B. Trainer.' .-Real Estate for sale or Temple having a ,frontage on Pa'a-- WANTED-To sell hotel furniture: it Choctawhatchle' Bay and Santa j Good 8 per c.nt mortgages on Etna-'-

7janlm.OU rent. leas-a,or exchange. Your business fox street of 20 feet, by&' 4 ptb. of Reason for selling business calls UNLIMITED amount or money to loan Rosa Sound should. make this tr.p.; Best kind of Investments

111 repectfullysoclted.\ J. A. Wilson 182 feet. For sale for'a teirtfajs nit me away from town. Splendid stand:, on all kinds of personal property Special rates for ,parties of ten or, Property in ail parts of city vacant
a newspapers at five cents a bundle Real..Estate Axeat. .!%% W. Government at 21000.00; one half eaah. the bat 1 all in house now that can be accommodated. Special rates to business men on large more. For rates or .other ,Information .or improve1! wanted and for sale.

at this office. They are all clean street. Room. 7. Salisbury ance in 12 months at "pixjcent: ,, in- 105 East Intendencia St. loans.' ,The- New York Loan Co. 204 y apply on board or .address P.:O. 30 S. Palafox St.
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TRANSFERS S LAW. REAL ESTATE LOANS AND
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\n the qualities flavor aroJna. .
COLLECTIONS
color and good* material anwtterof S. J .
embodied In It. I. ...r', PALAFOX AND ROMANA.
fine tasteits PHONE 55S.
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Following Is a list of the deeds recorded ;, : ., .'
MOBILE.ALABAMA.MARKE.TS "
& Co.
Greenhut I "
A. I .y f' :
yesterday reported by the : :
DISTRIBUTORS Pensacola Abstract Co: .: ;
PENSACOLA. FLORIDA. J. J. Hooton and J. R. Saunders to delicious I S ,1 ; The best ,situation la the.city for a. ._:' T. G. YATES M. D,

Theresa Johns, lots 6 to 10, Inclusive J2'\ I ,
tourist hotel
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-=--- block 228, New City Tract. flavor appeals to you .

FOR SALE $1000.C. Naval Stores.. S by 172 feet deep on East Government :. S 306 THfESBV BUILDINCCot"treJ.J.

Theisen to A. V. Clubbs.. all of "old joe" is just right Savannah; Ga., Mar 19.-The naval S
lot 299 and W. 50 ft. of lot 300, square stores market closed today a$ follows: J S street, .overlooking eville square ,,: .;.
(0000) ) acres choice land ranging 17. Old City. $2500. S S :::
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WW 6 20WG .
and Adams street ''With view of : .
twenty-five miles of the try it-you'll so too open '" ,
to J.
from st* Emmet Wolfe to O. E. McRey- say ; ,..*..6 10 :

best deEP water port In the southern folds, lots 4 and 5,. Belmont Number a million bottles sold N ,..- ... ..}.- '... 5 9CM S Pensacola bay $10,000 will: buy the, :: :;. .'- FINE PHOTOGRAPHS.
1 Pensacola Harbor. Will sell in an- '. Pensacola Fla.
it3. lUg of the East King Tract, West of .. .. ... .5 45 ,
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1tIJ slz traot, $3 per acre and up. Tarragona Street $1 and other con- most K.520 ; .:" property I "4

Ttis I land Is especially suited for truck siderations.I I nually ; popular I.'. ,.-,. ",. .. ..455 I ..,:t' : '- : ;. HICKS'CAPUDIN -"

fanes feraps. pecans and stock raising. Geo. W. Wright to W. R ;Wright Co. brand sold. H... ?, f.t. .... -.4 '05 S
They furnish the best all year all of block 3 and lots 1. 2. 3. 4. 16. G.*..3 95 :. ,

craSSi't for sheep. cattle goats and. 17, 18. 19 and 20( of block. 2 and all of full F..! 3 90 .: S 4 IMHCOIATU.T CVIUU
I measure-convenient package
bogs ncls; do well on acrons and the block 4. New City. J1750. E.. 3 90 ? HEADACHESrc.iu'upCOLDS

raD s year round; plenty timber pine. W. B. Wright to W. B. Wright Co., moderate price sold everywhere D ..,.390
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oak ,cc for all purposes. Get rid olpaying lots 6, 7, 8. & and 10 in block 2 and C.. *.3 90 .
rent and buy a home. You canFail all of A. V. CLUBBS. IN.TO n HOVKS S
I block 3 and 4. New City, $625. b & b atlanta Suirits Turpentine 69%, cents. '
all manner of farm product at Frank Sigarl to T. 'I* Grant. '0. L. S TridBMblOtCARRIAGE.AI DnIiPa S

Penfttcola at high prices. Bass and Chas. H. Bliss, all right title AUSLEY" CO.'S REPORTS 4 .- ".
Special! bargain In 100 acre farm.6 and interest In and to property sit Liverpool Cbttori M rket." -

miles from court house Pensacola; 20 uated in block 160 of the Water Front,' S S S Close ,'GOOD .

acres open land: balance heavily timbered Jl and other considerations.J. n.-Feb........?*..:.!.,,....,.
: fruu. grapes and pecans good E. Watson. V. H. Wright and i'eb..Msr...............'.... 5lar.April. ..' 'vWhen you .-wast a ooi. carriage,
shingle mil), steam power all complete Bleeker Forbes .trustees Escambia Political' Announcements. } .....l.?.*.'.._.,...575 :...:..............M..........3b.,4.; : ....... ...... : prompt service and safe and careful

jnoo worth $3000. Lodge'Nn.15.. F. & A. !I. to Mrs. Geo April.May .' .... : treatment remember the original
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FOR RENT. Stockinger lot Tax Collector May June...,..... 5.78' HACKMAN'S EXCHANGE.'
No. 200 West Roxnana No. %, 21 in Sec. No: For .11Ule-l al.T .......?.....,.....'..... ....5.80
cottage. 6 in i AUSLEY
Nice St. COMPANY
I John's cemetery, $20. JulY'ADm' .........'....................... ..Sl 6 PHONE 185.
street. J1063; Elizabeth: Harroun 'and Robert Har- f hereby announce myself a cand'i.date Angnst-September...5.79 It was founded in 1892 and It bas a
?-;!<* ottage, water front East roun, her husband : .
to W. S. Reeve C. for election to the office 'of September-October. 564 J reputation for polite and careful drivers
Gregory St., $6.00. W. McDonald and\ G' H. Dunn. trustees : Tax Collector for Escambia county October-November ... .5,59NovemberDecember I and the best informed cabmen In

Store house good stand North of Cottale Hill Cemetery, begin- at the primary to be' held on May 15 .......6.53DtcemberJntuury COMMISSION BROKERS \ the pity. Following are the membersand

Hayne St.. $10. ning at an iron post at a point 40 1906. I solicit your vote.; ......., ....... S their hack numbers .
Choice offices good location. rods and '4& ft.. E and 40 rods S of Respectfully Lira-pool Spots,590. A. M Soloman. No. 1: A. J. Leggett
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The best investment Jn'city today 2" NW cornet of SWVi! of Sec. 2 T 1 N J. S, ROBERTS.SHIPPINGNEWS., % 11 WEST INTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA, FLA. 'i| No. 5; J. Stall worth. No. 7; J. E. Morris .
stor brick building in business centeron R 31 W. and running thence In an New York Cotton Market. No. 8; S. Sunday. Jr.. No. 11; C.

Palafox St.. 40000. easterly direction 2623 rods thencein Open High Low OO-MJ II. Taylor, No. 12; O. Abdelcothe, No.
southerly drection! 9 rods thencein March.............1053 '10.;,a 1053 IC 56 l. Private Wires N. Y. N. 0 and Chicago. i 15: R. J. Parker No. 18; T. II. Hear- ,_

H. T. CRAWFORD a westerly direction 26 '2.3 rods and May..10.70 I 1074: 10.
thence North 9 rods to I July 10.83 1090 1078 10.83 terson. No. 30; A. J. Braswell, No..773
point of be- '
October.W4f; Ij3: : 1027 100 \iCOTION i All the above are nice closed
ginning. 1% acres: $5. S OCKS GRAIN PROVISIONS and BONDS car
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315V2 South Palafox Street. December .. ..... 10,31 1047 10.819:13: > ,
riages.
Jas. ':M.: Bullard to Geo. P. Went- flew York Spot.?, lltd *! J.
STALLWORTH. Pres.
------ ----- worth lots 1 and 2, block 32 New '- Signed
City
Tract $1 and other CQns'derations. S Arrived. S Open Wheat.High .Low Cloaa t* Bought and Sold on Margin or for Investment. By C. IL TAYLOR, Sec. and Tres.:

D. E. Armstrong to W. T. Eubanks August Belmont, Br ss, Clarke, May._.-,....... J9, '.* ;79>i 78}. 78TJ .
OFFICESFOR commencing at SW corner of W. A. 2367, Bremen to Gulf Transit Co. JuLy_...,....._7S *" ;mt 77'i 7 DIRECTORYJoppa
Cobb land thence. runI\'ng S. 5 chains Marie Aust ss, Gerolmich. 2579 S

thence E. 40 chains to Escambia New York to Gulf Transit Co. t : Corn.. ... ..............................S...............

Creek and thence running up tin 'Sailed. Open, High Low Clo-te Lodge, No. 6, I. O. O. F.

Creek to SE line of W. A. Cdbb land E. O. Saltmarsh, Br ss, for LJverpool. May...........44 .., . .
RENT being in Sec. 22 T. 5 N. R. 30 W., 20 .. I I I JolT. _.. *' "* 48'4 "H. meets every Tuesday evening at 7:39

acres $300. S o'clock at Rafford Hall, West GardenSt.
VESSELS: IK !'CRT.Steamships. .
F. T. Martin to F. Herman. N. 150 New York2Stock Market Visiting brethren are cordially *

ft of lot 51 and N 128 ft. 9 inches of '. : '' Open Cl ne vited.

.IN. lots 50 and 87 of Herman's subdivsonot Dordrecht, Dutch. ss, Teensma, 1920, Southern Pacific..,'...r:);.:.._ 65 J 65-t} THE BOY WHO STARTS A T. IL FLEETWOOD N. G.

.. .. lots 2, 3. 4, 5 and 6, Inclusive in 'FunchaL .. .. -.10.,& UtoA. J. W. GINGLES. Sec.
Sec. 5 T. 2 S. R. 30 W. In Pueblo Dorothy, Br ss, Whjte 1546 :Mobile S.R.*. 137s;; 1Jft,4 SljanSm. S
Atch..\...'....... {r.T ,
Palmes Tract $l and other considera.. lolanthe Br ss. Hodgson, 1943, St. : ws/ ,
tions. Vincent to Gulf Transit A:B ,._,1.>>....J.... 15,,S 15H:' Pensacola Lodge. No. 3, K. of K
Co. 4
BLOUNT BUILDING.We U.IIT....... ....,... .. .. .
7:30
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84 82J4 meets every Monday evening at
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Daniell to Jackson Mguel! de Larrinaga Br
harvey Iota ss, Thompson I
B.& I.) .....?..!..,,... 110 K**. BANK ACCOUNT! o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall
12 and 17 block! .West King Tract, 2668. Manchester.
Krj!: ,.......2 41** over lou stable. W. Intendencia St.
for the
of
purpose correcting deed. .
O.F.I .
Sblps. 6JX Ki Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.J. .
$1.00. Orpheus; Aust ship Medanic Tries I I U.S; ... ....'rfti.-'.-.;IU;. 40H 89}. A. KIRKPATRICK. C. C.
Jackson Harvey to Lee Daniell lots u. *., pref.tred'...*.'...fc..10a 105
are now ready to rent 13 and 21. block 93.West King Tract, te. 4 *. R.1'F' ; Sale and saves, and deposits the nickels andS H. HORSLER, K. of R. & S

the offices in Uiis fireproof for the purpose of correcting deed airnj. L.&N..j.-'r'-.. 152 ))49VLtu4 'a.Rat.nbone Lodge No.
steam heated, electric 100. Anna M., Ital bk; Alcese? 868,_ Ha :. -i rw bOj; 88JiLP. dimes that, other boys wbuld'spend is a 30, K. of P., meets every
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and gas lighted building A. A. Fisher to L. 3!. Davis S 10 ft. vana. .. .... 66 fc a. a. boy- who will begin active business Thursday evening at 8:00
Tenants get lower of lot 17, block 3, West ICng Tract. Gurli 'Rus bk, Blomberg; 702 Barb V.o.--.... 61tf Ii; o'clock in their temporary
life succeed. He will
Can.: .;:'" .., .. qualified to reach 1
Insurance rates. If cibes: to Pensacola Lumber Co. J '< \ 170 170 Hall
application $60. .. Castle over Pea stable -
be made at once. Pedro Lacave, Span: bk: Marlsta g, fl.Y.Ov... *.....*....,:;. 148W" '145 S manhood with habits and qualities of 'C W. Intendencia street.Visiting .

offices may be arranged The Original. 509, Savannah Ital to nix bk 2!. Robinson. P.O R.D'G................fv. .*.......,1 frjsf:?!! 125 9i*.' : character essential to thrift. cultivated 5' knights are cor-
Schiafflno
to suit tenants. Applications 'Foley & Co, Chicago originated Precursore, ,1508, 8t.P ....:............ .,. ...11; 17J :' and dlaly welcomed. S
are made daily for Honey and Tar as a throat and lung Genoa to Rosasco Bros. .14I..I'.................. 26 and developed, will have his savings J. D. KIRK C. C.

choice locations. Always remedy, and on account of the great! Scilhn Jtal bk, ZenO, 1220,'. South- i 1 B B,...:...-.. 40 fiT 40?' and accumulated interest ready capitaL C.J.LEVYKofR.2. _
merit and popularity of hampton to Rosasco Bros. .O.I._.. ..... 7. -
ready to show plans and Foley'sHoney I ; .t..n; No Sale Knights of Columbus
prices.Hooton. and Tar many Imitations are Starthem,' Br bk, Maitland_ 1272 .;...... ....;\:: ,........... la-; 13eU :5 One dollar opens an interestbearingaccount Meetings of the

offered for the genuine. These worth. Antwerp.*' r -.I'4-e-I.I. 1i % 151 i on which we pay four percent.FIR'STNATIONAL. Knights of. Columbus

less imitations have similar sounding Schooners. : Si.. : '. I are held at their hall.
Lizzie E. Demlson Am sch I :
names. Beware of them. The genuine : Peck, .Aiwley & Co'S. Daily Cotton. Letter. No. 8 West Intenden
Foley'e Hone/ and Tar is in a yellow 452. to master. S New eta street
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Horatio L. Baker. Am sch.'Mohr York. ,Mar.:.. :-Liverpool was on everyMonday
package. Ask tor it ,
refuse
and far, better than 4he talent expectedthis evening at
substitute. It is the best 720. Lagua to J. A. Merritt & Co.
any remedyfor I
cables 7:30 o'clock.
morning showing an ad- An tnviUtton
& coughs and colds. W A. D'Alem- Thos. S. Dennison Am sch. Wade
Watson BANKOF
Baltimore vance of 6 volnts,bn spot and 4 to 6 la extendedto
1329 to order.
berte druggist and apothecary.
visiting
points on contracts The Knights.
Barkentines.Beatrice S Egyptians .,.... *
started the ball rolling in the Eng JOHN B. JONES.
NO FIRE SALE OR JOBBER Am bktn. Casavegglo, 1430 lish market, and advancea': prices OF PENSACOLA. FLA. EDM. FOX. Grand Knight
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Agents. STOCK. ALL SHOES DIRECT Rctterdam to Pensacola: Lumber Co.MEN'S -f Recorder.
FROM FACTORY. I there until they Were 5 points higher f: W H xowa.s.Pres. W.K. Bras Ja., V.-Prws. and C&!sHier.
5- than. the opening.' T. W Bass?and W N.ROBBRT Anst.Caohleri.. -
BOYS' AND! Pensacola Lodge Np. 4 1. :
PENSACOLA SHOE PARLORS, LITTLE The weather. map for the western DIB'BCTORS-F., C. Brent. W. A. Bloont. W., H. Knowles W. K. Hyer. Jr.. O. F.
Corner Intendencia and Baylen. GENTS' FITTED WITH LATEST L). Q. Brent. Pensacola Lodge No. 4, L o! O. F.. ;
I belt was exceptionally: good but for
ARE YOU READY ? STYLES AND PATTER"S' meets every Thuisflay! evening at 7:39(
I the eastern somewhat discouraging,
31ar and satu. .. PFN3ACOLA SHOE PARLORS! at the new hall on West Garden
heavy rains being reported as far
It Mars and Saturn reflect the same Corner Intendencia and Baylen."CK' street. Visiting brethren corflally ;
north as Atlanta, a fall of 4 Inches invited.
Those cheap rates expire :April 7th proportion of the light which falls upon being registered at Mongomery. Reports J. NEVILLE Secretary.E. GREENBLATT, I

to California and the Northwest their surfaces the smaller and much I I from :Texas say conditions in _
nearer planet would look three times NO. 16 that state are ideal. A prominent S No. 5803. Daughter. of Rebekah. S
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Each first and third Tuesday tick. as bright as the much more distant !traveling man representing a New ; S ldint. JOHN PFEIFFCI. Aisittin CuWir.P Naomi Lodge, No. 10, Daughters of

ets are almost given away.to Texas, and much larger Saturn. As a matterof Ready at all hours to answer callsto York dry goods house who makes ,W.E. C A MARPr K.YIC4.rresldent and Cishler. J.W. ANDREWS Aislslau.t i t Ciihltr. Rebekah meets every Monday nightat
Oklahoma and that section. fact, there is no great difference between any part of city. First class in i just returned from a trip through | 8 o'clock In I. O. O. F. halL 'Visiting .

; the two. It Is Inferred from this every respect. Fast and gentle horses T. ia.s stated,to us to-day that he had sisters cordially invited to be pres

First cass; round trip conventionrates fact that the visible surface of Saturn and pol'te: drivers. Phone No. 183. 'Just returned from a tri p through THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK ent.
that state and that he had never MJIS. B. R. ,
to California In May and July.ThI"QU consists of clouds, since no surface of George K. Faulk.COFFEE. WITKOVSKI. S
seen the outlook better or more prom MISS WILLIE KENDRICK, Sec.
OF FLA.
land and water would reflect so much PLNSHCOLU
islng. for an enormous crop. S
h Pullman Tourist Cars from light as that planet gives. The fact that Mr. Price was expected I DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. M. 3;, B. A. No. 81, meets first and
Washington D. C.. to San Francisco DESIGNATED
In New York to-day and his third Wednesday evening at 7:30: p.
"New la Atlanta.Orleans Montgomery, .Mobile and H e I* Deliberates : recent very bullish utterances from S CAP1rALSTOCK, $200,000. SURPLUS, $ OO9. m., Stafford Hall, No 10. West Inten
and Southern Pacific .
Mrs. Sparks-Your husband Is a very Little Rock being well known barf dencia street. S
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Sunset Route) and from St. Louis DIRECTORS-
vla. deliberate man, isa't lie? Mrs. Slow- tbt5 effect of scaring weak kneed bears A. O. FELL Pres.J. .
Wabash and Union Pacific and man-Indeed he is. Mrs. Sparks-.Did tQ cover early and values were advanced E. Browner Lu SWEENEY. Sec.
Kansas City. Wears the Pioneer I S Henry L. Covlngton Fr.nk Rcllfy, F. ,
you ever know him to do,anything in some 18'points above Satur J. M. pfeiffer, W. S. Rosasco, C. W. Limar. S .
We have the a hurry? Mrs. Slowman-Never! He Coffee Roasters of day's closing priecs. But on the Bryan Duimody, T. F. McGourln, J. R. Saunders, W. O. W.
best service to
China whole The main support came from Live Oak Camp No. 1,. W. Ii. w.
Japan and plans eyery movement with the utmost A. M. ."try., W. ". Milton 0. E. Mains,
Hawaiian Islands. West FlorIda.'McHUGH'S
; the element meets in Pythian Hall 1st
deliberation and lingers studiously over shorts covering long preferring W. L. Cavvthoo. Dr. W. J. Hannah, fnkKenzle Oertlng and 3rd
to wait and 1 b.;) shown what C. M. Covlngton. M' E. Clork. Wednesdays in each month. VlslUaj
No trouble to detail. I have often thought that S S Alex McGowln.. .... .
answer questions. every Mr. Price' was going to do' before sovereigns cordially Invited.F. .
If he ever'dies suddenly It will be an takng! hold. A. BOGHICH.. C.
Sollolttd.
Individuals, Corporations Firms
Banks.
of
J. F. VAN RENSSELAER awful shock to him. BLENDS We are inclined to.. think the bears Accounts LESLIE E. BROOKS. Clerk.

C. W. ELY,T. P. A. General Agt. forced "values lower than they caredto S .. Four per cant Intar,st Paid on Tim. Deposits.
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124 Peach treu St., Sot So Very Vnexp* ed. face the governments census bureau Woodman's ircls.w.

Atlanta. Ga. "Ada, dearest Ada will yon be .. have report with,-to 'be issued to-mor- O. W. C.. Oalpirove.: No. 4, t
A trial)
no equal.
mine?" roW 'at ten o'clock western time. _: Woodm' Circle meets every Thurs
"Oh, Charles, this Is so unexpected! will convince the con-- While they 'are' expecting a rather ......... ...!..?..?............"..".. u day.3 p. m, 2d floor Pythian Hall over
Marine they hardly expected: S J. S. REESE. President. E. W. MBNEFEE. Cashier. Intendencia
Grocery Co. little time." bearish report Pon's stable. on street.
Ton must give me a S .
noisseur that we. the tal. ntQuId: let thm hammer R. M. CART, Vice President. Visiting sovereigns cordially Invited.
"How long. darllngr"Oh
604, 606, 608, 610 S. Palafox St.s I will Just call m mma. She Is make no extravagant hrices so low and were evidently i THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF PNSACOLA.DlrectorsL Mrs. Leona Langford Guardian; Mrs.
Phone 725. willing to let the weak ones fall out M. B. Ol.en. Clerk.
waiting In. the next room. -Fliegecde. claims. and carry ,prices about where theywant J. ft'cves. J. S. fleets, W. CeC. Kessler R.. M. Ca'ry,

V. J. VIDAL! Manager.THE Blatter. th m- when the census figuresare .' W...A. D'Alernberte, .T. A. Jennings J. J. Hooton., --...

HOME OF GOOD THINGS TO published.' J TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. .
EAT Willing. Wholesale and RetailGROCERS' We believe the report will show''f 5 YOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED Pensacola, St. Andrews and
Just Received: "Now," began the philosopher "take :something like 10,500,000 bales ana' '....... .. ........................... ._,.. ., ,...OO..

Halibut Chunks Halibut Quick Lunch the life of your neighbor. for Instance. if.. this ,should'Jbe :the' case It will'I' S Gulf Steamship CO.

50() kits of fancy Mackerel. |.125 per He"- surely. fceconslrud t as bullish as from ,..

kt: "I'd do It In a minute.* Interruptedthe this must'be* de'dncted-' about 500.000 I": 'mi3TcN GRri PBeoIIDUor. T. a.: W LL'Cg..VTOs.PSWDSW,. STEAMER TARPON

-o( kits Salmon. $1.25 per kIt. practical man. lit! the law .would linters', leaving' the jcrop close to 10000 ,-| It)!. bllSHNF1L.. .! I.a. JUN8FIE.LD AlORL"'O.QC"-1I1D w. G 1ARHOW. Master.
6ft kits halibut flns $1-25 per kit. not Interfere. He's learning to play and all kinds of Feed .000: bales. However, on the other .i FIRST-CLAi' PASaKNUtaFREK ANDPENSACOLA.

So kits of Cod Tongues and Sounds. the cornet: ;? S Stuffs. hand should it show something! like' Citizens National Bank $I !'a it would loot bearish
and
per kit.Bloa.ters. 10850.000 of PeaucoU. Florida. 1" -Detworl1l-
Milkers and Roes. Herring, Notaxlo... to me.... "" pr'ces. would, b<> hammered: without I' S Of 'ccroKSvMorris MOBILE. APALACHI.

COdfish, Pickled Salmon Dill Pickles, Neptune say. Bftreas' If 'you keep mercy. The strong holders of short ;aeo.tw. Bear. T.E_ Weile: Riz 31.RoWnvm. S{,. HiltOn S Or..iu COLA. CARRABELLE. ST. ANDREWS -
German Sauer Krout. cotton seem confident as to whit the I Wrig8t.- MILLVILLE.
6n blowing like that you'll get yourself S TRSNS4CTIflStcamDomes
EAVKtNG 81/SfJVrftS
Wss Feet In kits. 100.* disliked. Boreas-What do I care! Itisn't Pluto Water outcome will'be and with the present A CIfERAL And all points on 6t Andrews Bays

Maaewil and Lange's Fruit Cake. business to furnish popular outlook; for thnew crop seem to I Carr bele' ar.d ApaUwhlcola.
national Biscuit Co's Fruit Cake, 25o my hate very m.U'CJi' the best' of the bar-' --..-- SCHEDULE
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Per pound. airs.-Modern Society. am''- -- Leave FebtacoU tfundat 1:30 ..

We handle the celebrated blends ot Wholesale, and Retail .. .j;$ advise extrpme edition In trading m for Mobile. AlL]

'Uee): roasted by the Gulf City Coffee until! thi? ovniinpnt report is ;II Ik.C.", C : : ct;, CC>. ; ::. Leave Pensacols. Tuesday. 1:30p..
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Co, r."ew'NOTICE .. St ADelr. .. Mlilvtil
H p Chipman, Manager I o.ttcf thp W'tt1" avPU8h: ?; It mIght! be Pr. for Ap.
Oa"ca, 85c lb.: Gold Standard 25e Neither the captain. own New\ Orleans GroceryXo bfJllfcb pnoiisn to etPrt; t!io heavy Wholesale and Be tail Dealer ta 1 UeaicoU. Crr.bell. and lnt.r
lb iamon<1 Blend. 25c Ib; Golden er.. aa consignees of tb.3 _, ft..ar* s't"-et .to eoTPri"!? and In this Anthraate polntL .
iJlo, ,Oc lb. -as Maria will be response; rj", '!'. .. w-o.11 ,d"1"tI"e a'iy Blacksmith C O"A .L For additional Irforottlon. apply fcj

Strictly fresh roasted and fole for debts contracted by am -".,,il* ,TV,. rather:look f'r this the! and J. R. SAUNDJiRS.
's as goo said vessel, Jas. McHugh we'consljer OQc: ? N'o 43 Scnth Palafox street. T.lep njyrtOr115r 'I;, a R- COBB. Pr..14.at.
any Coffee sold in this city. the crew of Contrary might han>en; therefore -
.. fcecd us your urders and we will, deTer _.GEROWNICH. Capt. it safest to be conservative!! Tarragona: and Gonzalez streets.Phones << and 8T2 Gen. 1I'rtand Paai&cola.Pass.I'lLI Aft.

promptly. GULF TRANSIT CO. Consignees. Phone 105. 'Proprietor. under, existing conditions. j I.

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e stir SPECIAlBARCAINS JAME&ARDISPOLICE. KILLED /, Reese Mendel i -EAETT SAID D 0HE IN,

t OFFI CER BURNHAM You Don't Know How long

:*l p FOR FEW DAYS ONLY! The Home Tailors, 1
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mm j i Lots I 11.to 15, block 97, Number of f Witnesses testified BE fore Coroner's Jury that!They Sawt .. ,B ildets. WAS NOT I :consider you yrill' t keep the'question' in ''good health.of life insurance Wouldn't it while be well you to F

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t t1(1;. Belmontnumbering..S650. Him When He Fired the Stio t t-Ardis Has Served d Term of t.n t.- 3 *. can get 'it? Better let the Equitable carry the risk. ((

: Two lots N. Barcelona ;

t!f.. between Gregory and .*Three Years I i Penitentiary.R :.' 'f' Of l flIGHTONE Insurance |{ "RflACGen'l Agts

EireLife.lYIlUWieb
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r'f- Wright .. a few days another reward! ''will -be .. {
', REWARD OF $200.00 HAS ALREADY offered, making a total of about. $500. '

f = Leslie :! Brooks BEEN OFFERED FOR HIS AR. Description of Ardis_ '., 'Men'sIf: When He Reached the Orphan's see tho(

J ttft REST AND THIS MAY BE INCREASED Anals( is a negro of about 5" fec*10 Home .... .... _......N./NNNNNNNNO NN NN 5U
J or 11 Inches in height:: weight 165 or Claiming His Brother iO. PEJSf8.a..OOLA. W(]
TO $500.00-OFFICERS 170 pounds; color dark brown or almost Fine"Clothes.'
:.$ Fisher Building.t CAp. black; round face; good teeth; : .. Was the One i in trouble. t Iron Works and Supply Co. \ left.
,.::2'i:. ARE ENDEAVORING TO large "pop" eyes; sloping shouldersand suf.T
11 : inclined to stoop ;When lasts 1 Manufacturers and Repairers of MACHINERY AND BOILERS, i
TUBE THE MURDERER. en wore overalls over' a pair. of Some days ,,since the 'county officials FORGINGS, MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP
\.' dark pants and .had ono a, cgp. He to whom. had been reportedthe REPAIRS A SPECIALTY Prompt attention given to all orders, logvic:
T usually wears a black raw *dgeStetson ,theft, of. a bicycle, arrested and i day or night Agents for James McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and '
J .. Uam.s Ardis. an -convict, is the hat. New and .up-to-date line of Spring' held 'subject .to the 'orders of Judge .TImberDogs.allo, chains of all descriptions.! 'Office phone 123. Resdence !- : 'f.e
th FULL murderer of Police Officer W. B. 'The officers have sent-this description and Summer Suitings and Beggs, a ten-year-ola; boy named .. phone 1029. P. 0. Box 123. PHIL WITTMAN Mgr. 1 Sur
., Eurnham.,,'This fact was clearly established of the negro to officers Jri all sec ings"T Rees.3 Everett The boy acknowledged ............ .................................... T
.. tions 'Florida; Alabama rind Missis 1'rouser-1 stealing Ihe wheel and stated,
".'.ftr4 Sunday morning, when the sippi In"the"hope of apprehending: the Suits from $17.50 ioJSO.OO. ;that he had soM it to 'a man on"a tuxtilif
EXPRESS Trousers from $5.00 to $15. .
}i", l I witnesses were examined by the 'coroner's negro, and it is believed. that he., will I steamboat which proved to ,be true
PREPAID Jury which had been em- finally be captured. / Join oiirvGenl/eifia'1/ iS: \ !t.Club. : the latter"paying him 'the. sum of nat
,tJ investigate Costs only $t.5 panelled the night previous to I
II '.. as ing and small! repairs., I notified of the tender-age of..the boy, of
.f fI' jurls No pills is pleasant and' positive Dyeing ,
the case. The ver- : and) Cleahfn? of men's and. and succeeded in placing him in thehome' riot i
i aict was in accordance with the a DeWitt's Little Early:Risers. These women's Clothes a specialty. I I I .
"so at' Summerfield, Ala., with the E. w. LAWRENCE. Prea .t2" ''+'" 7 w..t Rs Famous Little Pills are mild and
above $ Give.US' trial We
i..i facts. will appreciate j I I hope) of his.ultimate reform. Recently Hct
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1! 1t There were halt a dozen witnessesto effective that children, Delicate ladle your business. M he received the following letter -- ,' nosBY\
the murder and each testified that anl,weak uople enjoy their.cleansing REESE-ME'DEL.I? lL( RING 'CO.,. from H. H. Stewart, secretary of the I'
t : James Ardis"was, the one who engaged effect while strong people .say they Phone 675. 11 N. Palafox St. :"borne,, which will be appreciated by .NN.. .NNN.N, NN.. N- .1N- .1N..N.N.NNNN..
; IDoz Jerry I A>nox, in a fight in front are the" test. liver' pills' sold.. Never those. knowing the boy: Nt!
....! of Norman's saloon and that when grl _e.- ':"Selena. Ala.. Mar. 16, 1906. 0e
': ... f DELIVERED FOR the officer approached' to place him I REGEPTiOiy :BY 'rev.. W..Q. Vreeland,' Pensacola Fla. i
t 1 '...&.: under arrest, the negro turned and "Dear' Sir and Brother-Your 'tor. it
fired upon him. then turned and fled I : nado came last night! I had rather
;. $ I29P east Wright street, losing his hat An Accomplishment to'Be Revived. '
.' on Harduppe-Canyqu whistle. DAMON LODGE you had sent me a Texas bronco. I WE COULD NOT SEE |
H 1 in his flight. Tommy ,'. met him'at the depot, expecting :you o.
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Mr. Wigwag? Wigwag-No, my boy. I would be with him in I .
.:\ Tried to Buy 'Cartridges. .'i ,' J as you stated
:My whistling days are over.: Tommy jour letter, and found him in charge, : So without ]light I people cannot see the goods you have +
: ; CHAS.BLUM&CO Ardis evidently' : turned north after Then you'd better learn again. 'Wig WILL BE'TENDERED. a-s' TO-NIGHT v' IN of the* conductor. He denies being I! :. displayed in your window-in fact.'cannot. see the house *
; going a short distance on Wright ? Tommy--'Cause ,1 heard the to If itself I
; .1 517 AND 519 WEST BAY ST. the of wag-Why HONOR PF GRAND CHANCELLOR boy you. were 'bring and
t* street, for he appeared at store :
'S JACKSONVILLE FLA. pop say he owed you some moner. and there ever was a whirlwind wrappedup .
.". Hugh Maloney on East Hill before you'd have to whistle for !It HENRY HORSLER. in that much space, he's the j!
'; j 10 o'clock and wanted to buy some I vortex.. :i GAS ARC LIGHTS
32-calibre cartridges. Mr. Maloneydid I ','1 think' tje has mov.?, two wheels
Fixed For LIf.e."I.can't
Morris Dannheisser not have any and the negro then iw'tnat Damon Lodge No. 13, which holds to-day; I may yet have trouble about : make people see both the business house and also what *
,{. went to the fruit stand of C.' Apostle understand < .yorjng him its regular meeting\to-night, will give on of them. You said he had beenin : is shown in the windows.. 300 candle power: gas arr. C C:
'e' (Formerly of Dannheisser Bros.) near there on the same mission, bu lawyer lives. 'I've Never)iear4 of > the first reception to the new grand Sunday school, but he denies ever costs only 3 cents an hour.. : of .
was again unsuccessful. Ardis, when having a client""You chancellor' Henry Horsier, of the fan
;i Old Rye and Bourbon Fine having been in. a Sunday school in I A
Wines Beer and Tobacco. he was at both of the stores, was haven't? Why, he is.one of the Knights of Pythias of Florida. his.lit. ? and claims that his brother by
It"Pure without a1' hat and was breathinghard people who helped to break old Bigger- Arrangements for the event were is the one-that was arrested and will i! Pensacola Gas Company :; cot
:':? Old Hickory Whiskey Specialty as if he has been running and son's will. He toesn'tjleed! ; clients.- perfected yesterday and .it promisesto be up here to-night..and that you will crii
n 12 I appeared to be excited. None of the Record-Herald/ to.3 one ,of the enjoyable occasions next 27 to:
W. Zarragossa Street Ch?a; come Sunday ; : Phone 148. 24 and E. Garden Street.
(' \ PENSCAOLA. FLORIDA.! storekeepers at that time had heard In Pythian circles. A number of addresses "Miss ,+SudJe Hunt the matron fortunately Ml
';' of the killing of the officer. will he delivered during the came in to-day and we have ...N....1NNN'HNNNNNNNN..+.....+*+**.*.*..*.+.<.....*..*** / then
From the stores the negro went to course of the evening. <
sent him' to th,3 home. I didn't receive -
THE BEST 'SHOE FOR'
f : the home of his mother in what is THELEAST In; addition'.to the banquet the letter from but a message Tit
known as the Montgomery settlement MONEY CANjBE) FOUND. AT report of the granji; lodge representa signed anyj by yourself you, asking Miss .NNNN.N.N...NN.N.N..11e tar
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In the northern suburbs where he obtained THE I tives will be heard relative to the recent Sudle to deal! gently with the boy. to"I ,
K r CDvW a black cap. It te said thiJtie PENSACOLA .SHOE PARLORS, meeting,,at Palatka. There will This !she will do: I have but little cia)
s told his mother what he had done, Corner Intendenclt and Baylon. also be work In the. second rank.
home. -
: f Idea that .he .will, remain in the Spring :
taking of _. ;
and then left evidently one members of_ 'Damon lodge are until had the -
n He rtfused .to go' \ police '
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t & Qtd the freight trains from the city. J. urged to be present. .Members of slater called; .in; fact.said positively he ."; .-,,-'Q, .. S
1q;S Y Always Carried Revolver. lodges and visiting 'brethren are I, would not go out there: -
learned cordially Invited tq,attend. and panic "IV any one in the ste/e can man- Now Here :
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1im Ardis al-
It been that
has
.' ( ways carrld a' 32-calibre revolver YOU WO tT ipate. age, him it will be Miss Sudie Hunt ..., : .

and that this was the. one he used A Chicago AldermanOwes His Election an.ohto, her tender mercies I have deliver and spring cleaning is being planned. You'll find quite Ja
1 similar
the offi d ,Jjutn. We rescued a. .bit ot-old furniture that you'll want to replace with .
.murdering
Saturday sight in Chamberlain's'
BE FAIR TO' to Cough citizen of Selma -
j ,. character that Is now a : butEspecIally
y cer. The supposition that he grappled I 'new, J
Z't..tr Remedy."I
! and one of the finest boys among J.
the officed's revolver and shot "
: can heartily and conscientiouslj r
ut?. Cigarettes had done its work for leemo
him with it, ia without foundation.The YOUR FEET recommend Chamberlain's Cough Will \
: him all'If,has done for this boy. My,
. officer either did not have any Remedy for affections of the throat t :"but, he certainly cut up yesterday -i the
D my.
or else' dropped' it ,on the sidewalk and lungs." ,says' Hon: John Sh nick,,. We will tryjto'do'our yery best aft
j t" ; ,and it was picked .up by some one I v 220 So. Peoria St:: Chicago. "Two I for, him. You Want ,New Mattings \i Trtlitl
who intends keeping it. The two bul- IF YOU FAIL' TO SEE,' years ago outing' a political campaign ''Respectfully,yours, >
\ t lets that fired at Lenox and x 'I .
wens I caught cold after being overheated,
\& "H. H. STEWART Now-- -we want you to come in and see us about the fur4 eeL
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which lodged in the side of Norman'ssaloon OUR PINE LINE OF ,
which Irritated my throat and I was "Secretary Home." : *
Orphan nlture and matting Question-we've everything youwant
en ,
r I I 'are of 32-calibre. finally to I could
tyt compelled stop as
Ardis was employed at the Gould il : Klc. Rockers $1.25, $:.50 and up' to $20.00.. Odd Dress J
not speak loud. In my extremity'sfriend i G!
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!'< LARGE: QUANTITY OF era from $9.00 up to $25.00 and more.. Spring patterns *
t,55'a Ing Fertilizer Work,; ,where he had
: ; m. to Chamber
advised : use
7 COAL IS' BEING, HELD and Japanese Mattings! 25: and 35: cents Ja
China lovely
are .
,'l -I I ben! working -for"| a number of MEN'S! lain's Cough Remedy:: I- took two t
SPRINGOXFORPS. yard. Laid Free Also: fine quality.of Window Shades .
months. He' worked"'all of last week "
tf doses .that afternoon..ap.d' could not
,
: Pttsburg( Mar 19-With a sufficient I Hartshorn rollers fret. f
r' with_ the exception of Saturday. He l Relieve my senses when. I found the south, the I wIth 50 cents'and up-Hung
to coal
water stage ship
r,. -< did''not go to work on that day but next morning the iaflamatkm had Coal
spent most of his' time hanging largely subsided. I took several doses Monongahela. River Consolidated MARSTON & I
: around saloons in the vicinity of the that nay )kept right on talking through and Coke'Company is holding five million ,; QUINA ,
bushels of coal in the Pittsburg ,
"l; r. union depot *the campaign, and I thank this medicine T Jau..
After +
harbor. 1 It is
April expectedthat
4d I' Served Term in Camp. THEY LOOK'.WE, ILL:>TO cil. that This I won remedy my is seat for.in sale the by Coun all ,.if the'wage advance Is not granted i' 108/110 S? Pafaf t ox St. Phone 148._ Pensacola, Fla. | Ilpr'

tJ 111 called!Ardis.Jim who Fervey was,bears also a'sometimes ba.. repu THE EYE- AND'- ',: ,FEEL f druggists.. .' I. co: UD the at miners: least, 50 the cents price a of ton coal to will the ......, ...........................'............ ..... "'f

I1t I tation. He had "--served a ,term of FOUR CASES IN 'THE consumer With the amount of coal = .-, ::3 deall,
CD three years In th.a state convict GOOD TO THE FEET. i CRIMINAL COURT. In the harbor the company will net a .
' camps, and had been at liberty less AND''TRY big profit. Recess Supreme Court. .SAFES 1 I/SAFES 1 .SAFES! SAFES I ...,
h I than a 'year.. He was sent up' from DROP IN I A Four cases were,tried 1 in .the criminal ." Washington, Mar, '19.1--The United Safes. tell
t it, I We invite the young men or this county for shooting' negro PAIR ON- .' ,-/", court yesterday; Judge Beggs. States Supreme ,Court' today, took a ,Buy Diebold for!
i Pensacola and vicinity, to call i named Ed. Coleman at a mite" '., ..., ,'1 'presiding. ., ,., recess of two, weeks:;: Scarritt Moreno, Agent.c5t. ===
miJw and Inspect our Spring Suits.They're :meeting n or'Oouidlng. i He was! first ", ",.1 The first case called was that of
:t !'sent to River Junction where he 'II, i .
: Hannah J. 'M lone. charge with '
exceptionally. fide In 'j. S
!worked for a short while. but when convicted Body-Biulding Champion ,Liniment i for Rheumatism. :
e quality this spring with the 1/ second_-larQeny.Sh.. was .
!:; coats cut much longer than last' 'Yarn Bros. & Co subleased a num and sentenced tp*serve these .months Chas. Drake a mail carrier at Chapl&ville -
year. Prices -range from $S"to )Wr) of convicts -he1' was among the :. m jaii. ; :;:, *,:\ Resultsfrom ,,, Conn., ,says: "Chamberlain's All kinds that_ you want.
+a $25. number s.snt here anj.later; '.akcc. Walter :HarYIs; \w rasj.convlcted; "otpetit Pain Balm U the;champion of all lini-
w out to the camps, 'where he served'out ": larceny; and'Jlnd' $2.50'' and laents. The put year I; was' troubleda .
his time. He has'been in i trouble H. 0. ANSON costs-or!'! sgrvee30'dari: Jn,Jail using 'great deal with rheumatism in my AND PINE
;frequently, and was known asa'mean ,, Perry Foster! Jri".;* &, convicted shoulder. After tl')1ng'lereral cures OAK
I t 'land dangerou negro,-especially when and -sentaneedto' &J1'; a 'fine of ,$1Q the storekeeper here recommendeo; : s
The John :White Store drinking.. and costs or aerve'15!.j 4ayt; GrapeNuts this remedy and'"it "compl'tily curedme. cheaper' than you can bUY day
Reward of $200 .Offered. CAsH 'CL011l ,. Henry Thomas ron, Carryingcon:. : ." There ta no use of anyone suffering It anywhere. Any size' you the

{ ."..,.n., In ...,,'. W.*r, 'I''I'b sealed weapons. was sflctenced 1o from that painful aliment when want. 'Mu'n
A reward of $300.00 has already serve three months ,in Jail.' Thecourt this liniment, can be obtained for a
20Z-207 teen offered for' the capture of tha a fiat upon 'the a 10 days'trial will show YOU, small and
S. Palatox Street Corner Piltf oi ml YiIn.c.,1 did not place sum. One application gives E. C. SWILL "a.
negro. This reward baa been offered have to
""l Phone 225. -' prisoner and he will serve -THERE'S A REASON. prompt relief and its continued use fora Pie
t. b>_ Sheriff Van Pelt and Marshal .. ;''-'-'t r the three months ev&feU he .has tie : short time will produce a permanent I '
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.i'..'r- .Schad.. ,and it is..probable.. that within I ,:; .eees@ary amohgt t.'t xa'Atie.t -- I cure. 'For:sale by.alldrtggiata.. Phone 614. bra
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